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 V   ...
"White, Shiles & Co.
nFIRE INSURANCE
MEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Xl'Ml.KR  24'i'J.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C,   WEDNESDAY   MORNING,    NOV
hite, Shiles & Co
^REAL ESTATE
NOV 21130J60 (yjfc S(> Phone 85
TEN  CENTS PER  WEEK
iri
for
���clai
MISS ROSE ENDORSES   EARTHQUAKE WRECKS
TAYLOR'S MEMORY      DOMINION EAIR DATE    BASEBALL SMOKER
(..?.'_;:"--acf<; to
jairy   Demonstrator   Sees Population, Horror Stricken, Secretary of Exclusion Lea- Calgary Directors Unable to Boxing Competition a Draw G. N. R.  Lines Carry Too
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DISTRICT EXHIBITS       ITALIAN PROVINCE       SHALLOW INDEED   CANNOT BE CHANGED    WAS GREAT SUCCESS      EIGHT Hill S ROAD
Great Possibilities  When
All Sections Pull Together.
U|M Laura Ri'-e:', of Onlt, Ontari i,
boil***" known export on butter
eftklBK tad lecturer on farming t=n ���>- i
eti to* written interestingly fo
ayor eKtvy <����� ''ie subject of district eiklbits She <<>niumii.Is ve-.,
UgUy tkt qn.iHiy of iiii! exhibits et
NeW Wes; min-icr fuir. as sh<-  was
;licin when   on her
.���rn local exhibition.
ow:
g from the east to at-
fairs of tne west,  the
; the mosl  astonishing |
to each  alike is  tli ���
i,   Their Bize, the care
iste    displayed  in  the
... Immense variety an I
y of the products made
ilaim with enthusiastic
ilight,    ' Well!   this i~
vertlsing loheuu could
whereby  so    many  people
hat can be done, null Bi e-
frlng,   I know [or my own
Ktentlon  ami  Interest   waa
jn   elistrlcls,   which before
���r exhibits, l di I nol kno v
Spends Night   Hiding in!    gue "Cannot Remember"     Postpone   Big   Event  to
Dark Grottoes. Events of an Hour Ago. \   Suit B. C. Growers.
A meeting of the executive of the      Manager R.  L. Richardson, of tne
local   Asiatic   Exclusion   league     was  Calgary fair, has notified Mayor Keurv
that their exhibition will be held from
.lune 2'J to July ft. as at first proposed.
The suggestion advance 1 by Mayor
iry that the fair be brought on ai
a later elate in order to give British
Columhia  produce time to  ripen and
considered
ReggiO di Calabria, Italy, Nov. ]
���The province of Reggio di Calabria, [
Italy, was visited by another severe1
earthquake at twenty minutes past 2
o'clock this afternoon. It was especially severe at Hranclialeon, Eeruzz.i-
no and Blanco,anil a number of houses
were shattered or damaged. The
people who had summoned up courage
to return tee their homes after the
earthquake of October 27, again became panic-stricken and fled a second
time to the country. Bome of them
are camped tonight i:i the open air
while, others have taken refuge In
subterranean grottos. Men and worn-
ii. rich anel poo:', priests and soldiei
are tin-own together, and the devout
are raising prayers tee the Madonn'i
and the saints to Buccor them in their
misery. The gravity of the situafio.i
ri increased by the Inclemency e.f tha
weather,
A set6nd violent shoe'.; waa experienced in ibis town at 3 o'clocl; rii' -:
afternoon. The people were thrown
into i sieete of consternation, which
was addi d :,> by the stories of further
damage al Peruzzano, Assistance has
'. een Bent tei that place.
held yesterday evening in the Columbian  oflice.
Having  been  assured   by  the  prest-
dent   of  the  league    some   days  agi   r,
that  in future there would be no discrimination against this paper in tho
matter of  news or
cerning tae  work of the
advertising   con ,
I becoma   displavable,   was
association, ,
,    ,   , bv Mr. Richardson s directors, anl the
the   News  last   night   called   Up   .1.   >>��� I ,    .
_ . , ��� conclusion arrived at that thev wiiunl
raylor, the secretary, In order to bb- ,
.    , , be under too much risk trom the Btor-
certain what business had been trans- , ....
, ...       ... ri rn-v  weather to .lave the fair later ]:i
acted  at   the meeting,  l.e  being the   ,
.      . ,      ,| .Tiily or August,
proper party  to deliver  that  uitoniri-,       ... ,
. Mayor Keary state.) that the R. A.
tion. i     ,        . ,   ,
.,., ,    ,   -��� & I. society would have a tent ut the
rhe secretary  was  asked  to sta.."
ie, b
'burn,'
tk,
jshed .
If1*'
Brai
���.bi:
���r 5.
PriaJ
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L
m
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d
|p   a' mn   yieiii'  province,   a .
work enables me to do, l
ie Keen rivalry and  wTiole-
(tion   which   exisls   betwe". i
Tie.    district exhibits  bring
and ambition to a gran l
i   time,   energy,  ingenuity,
e.i'  expense  seems  tee be
secure fust place, and the
laily a work of art.
\r nme danger that this gre ii
come Brst, may lead to
ad  Strife lhat  may prov--
n othei wise to the ootmi-
-���nelly  rivalry   will  tend tQ-
i;*Hfr ii>  development  and  in>
The   different   districts
���ve. brothers and i-Sstei
iulei be united    together io
jr. i  make  British Columbia
ted big productive province
led to become.   Let each flls-
nieel W��Tk hard, fot iis own
IDI.   >.,<;   not  to do i"   in  such
ftr, pull eiown or run down
ifetioli.     The'  enel   will   le-   dlS-
itt-Sueh .'.  course is followed.
an ��thibi!ieiii only ow fust prize
be aw.arde ei. and only one' eiisnie'i
take it-    This ���should  be e'oiii' ra-
ed.    In Uie  iiwai'iliiig  of  this  pii/..',
Aleve the various juilges 'In hoii'st
faithful  we:,,.     There   is  uo  plo'-
or planum-.     Kadi   work,   iinl '-
Ddent and irrespei live of the other.-..
adlng In the marks    -.without    the
It knowleerie-   of   which   districl   !s
ning out alien 1, for it  is only when
.marks from ril the judges nre to-
. .that tha:   i     I.now u.
indivie! :      judges  do  nol   know
more th '. e    '"��� ���-   lh'1   g'-nereil   piia-
thow the (l, i>ie '������' iii" !" ''im >
11 .the  Bin' :      ai-    ; niiiishi'i
lt Bho>
Ito depart
EPWORTH LEAGUE PARLOR
IS OPENED IN STYLE
what i. id bene done   at the m< eting.
He replied, "Th'ere was nothing done."'
"Anj resolutions passed?"
1      I dun'! think so," drawled .1. ri.
"Any committee appointed  to  l'":;
, into the Chinatown situation','"
"1  don't  remember.    1 don't  think
so," was tiie response.
"Was eve;;,   member of the executive, present."
"I   forget,"   declared   the   ambitious
j politician.
'lias the date of   t'_.- ��� next public
meeting I een settled upon?"
"1   couldn't   say;   I   don'l   think  so,"
: �� as  his  set  reply.
"Do yon mean to say
Calgary fair from which pamphl ta
would be given oul advertising the
New Wesi minster fair, and the Simon
Praser centennial. Only early fruits
will be exhibited trom British Columbia.
���Clever Sleight of Hand
Work���Music and Smoke.;
Much   Freight   to
Canadian Railway.
Suit
Ii was worth while attending the
baseball smoker yesterday evening.
That popular masculine entertainment
provided under the   capable manage-
Vancouver, Nov. 19.���In the Bound
ary district an attempt to recover the
large volume of coal, coke and ore
haulage  lost  during  recent  years  be-
ment oi the boys who wield bats and j c:iU8<' of ���'��� ���'��� Hill's aggressive coai-
make all kinds of kicks on the green "etition in ,he Boundary district, ihe
,, i C. P. R. has prepared plans and speci-
Bward eliii'ing the summer time, could   ���    ,.        ,     ,.       ,    . ,_ : ..
, fications for the electrification of the
not but be a winner, aud It certainly Columbia &  Western railway,
was  well  worth  tlie  four bits and Six The  motive  power  will be Supplied
bits    charged    for    admission.     The by the Weat Kootenay Light &. Power
smoker  netted   the   baseball   club the company, the control of which is now
, ..- .,        . . .      .,, , ves'.ed  in interests friendly to the C.
neat sum of $65.30, which will be ap-   _   ,, ,. ,   ...
P.  R.:   in  reahtv  certain directors of
plied towards the wiping out of a bey  .,.., c  ,,  R ,m, Uu.^ Bhftralujldera ,���
outstanding debts. . uie enterprise, whose plant and equip-
Fire    Chief    J.11. Watson    acted as   ment   at   the   main   generating Gelation
chairman  In  an efficient   maimer, in-  ���" Bonnlngton Falls on the Root mav
river, the pole lines and substations
Phoenix
troduclng the various entertainers
who had volunteered their services,
A. Howard opened   lh.   proooodlng. ""> .<*"��"����� ���>�� Boueedarj HOI, al-
CAMP FOR CONSUMPTIVES
HAS BEEN ABANDONED
Los  Angeles,  Xov.  10.���After    five
years  of  phllantropic  effort   directed
1 toward  the  cure of  consumption,  N.
that you don't!��. Nelson, of St. Louis, a capitalist
The fi .'iniii opening of the EpworCi
'ague's new loom in the Queen's Av-
know anything that took place at tlie..; who established a health camp at In-
meeting?" I din. Cai., win re hundreds of patient's
"Really, I did not take :'���������.��� minutes, j Pave' found health or improvement.
I don't remember anything." 'bas abandoned the undertaking. The
The secretary was getting ��alloyed settlement, picturesque because of its
enue Methodist church was fittingly a! ,h(, pergjStenCy of the reporter,and array of tents, wil] disappear on ri -
celebrated last evening by a social flna]]j yolonteered the informationLember 1, and the land will be cut up
and entertainmeat.in which theleagua tha) B ,,K.mLnir 0l- the executive nam-1 into ranch tracts. Violation of th >.
workers and many members of the ,., Jl:,.,.;,,>.,,, ilild lh(. minuteB of tbe rul - and abuse of the privileges, :���>
oongregi      ���   ������                                      meeting, although why this should bejgether   with   numerous   impositions,
to   bring  about     this dec'-
A room in the 1 oeiy completed ad
luj.iii was ..Uoted to tha league, und
this was carpeted and cwtalned ani
otherwise Sited out in a mannei which
eee ide ii quite home-Uke. The >pcoplo
gathered Usi evening in the Sunday
schoo] room, where, ii short service
was iiekl. after which the new roo.u
was thrown open and at once throni?-
ed. An Informal (program was rendered, after which tr^Ireshments were
served.
The chair waa occupied by the Rev.
\V. ll. Barraclough, and among tho ia
tbe eas.. s-peing that Taylor is secre-  son lined
tary, was not made clear.   The New^,|    ju.
then gave up the attempt  to securei
Information of interest t.e Its readera
aiel decided to wait unt 1 this evenlus,
bj  which time it  is possible that the
secretary's  memory  ma.-    have-  been
restored.
For n s iclety tbat ri su] posed to ' ������
conducted upon non-political liue;. the
New Westminster Exclusion leagv ���
can certainly be said tee have given
tha News a coarse de.-l, ctesplte l':-
fact   that   every  assistance'  has   been
STAR SOCCER GAME
FOR THIS AFTERNOON
who tool, part ia (the program were:   giySD -n ln ,hesc 0OiumnSi M whj >,.
the case in the future, in spite of tho
secretary's  obvious   attempt   to   sid ���-
track ..il news and advertisements in
league into his
What will pro'jably be the star soccer game of thi season thus far wi'i
be played this afternoon at Queen a
park, commencing at 3 o'clock. The
match will be between the Columbian
Mrs. Etherington ami Miss llaze.1 Kenny, duets; Miss Lydia Card, Instrumental solo-. Miss Ethel Dauphinee
solo; Ira Clark, recitation; Prdf. Etb
orington, presldenl of the society, aft-
i . -; Rev. Dr, Sipprell, address.
Guessing contests and various games
were afterwards indulged in by Che
young people. The refreshments were
provided by �� committee ol young
:i en.
college  seniors
an   aggregation
who designate    thein-
Sons of Rest.      Tha
connection   with  the
own newspaper.
itton an
these v;
S      Ires the dii
���kt, and m
'mw-2
'.'..��3   1'"
jUtow     [t Wil'
HHIttoD'>'
-ZZ^Tmjifat b
iju/J^uid tineiharei
Invaonaand co:e
before ihe.v
This
l be, for then each Bep-
,< 11- . .-is sj eclal and tull
it is the Bumming up ot
rltfus le pari ments w hich
��� Uelr n.i itlve s ind
I he awarding ol tho
nd ri isonable iei all.
up o display, I slunk .13
islble should  havi
then in 1 ome more of an
���aiuie; people will the 1
;��� the I esl iu their lid Is
an 1 drawing comparl
lng ; 1 conclusions, which
never   thoughl    UT.     ~l\"
RHiiiiiiiie'i' exhibiting, the wid-
/.'||lrta~tM�� the int.-reM .ereel ihe gr��'a1��"
V';Ule     Md accoinplrilu'd.
Il ibe' ��ni n;i ue-un nt  of such a  largo
{       naderUUig  a-  ellurict   exhibits, com-
PllCBtlOM anil  troubles will arise', how
B"m*n-*T4ttMaih   .lei iliis may  I -.- eonsldP''-
..     !':��l.ri_AU ilhould   Iry   lo   li"   r.nsouabl"
'���y^.-JWiWteat.      ll    is   Wedi   iee   ge>   Sll'iligh:
''-',l     9 the head   maua.-er    wiih  an>  ''"iu-
ilaiati for he is oi'iimi able to siriiigh:-
41-1' the niisuiiilorsi milling.
r||! ^(M|Clusion.   Mr.   Keary.   I   won. I
:*) to tell yon  bow highly  el, ligliled
I With your s;,l"iieii.l fair, of which
LlRfCCT  MONUMENT TO
LATE   HON.   S.   W    Ni'lNNESj
Brandon, S'ov. i:1     At a meeting of
.ei. ;   from  different  societies  - 1
Bran lon In the City ball last evening
ii was decided to open .1 public eub-j
tlon  list of $5 and    under with
to en .' a monument in Bran-
Ion to perpi 1 itate the name of the Iat
Hon.   S.   ri'.   Me lun. S,      ll    wils   Btat "1
by those' pre��enl th il ihe feeding was
very strong throughoul  Ihe city that
a monument woi 1 hj of the late mem
8011161 ber should l��  1 ected In one or other
wn 3 linii
:i sialii'1
groun is.
in marbU
estal.
11, decided if i osslble to eree
in \\'i -1 p nd. or ih" City lia'
li   is in  be a  tnll-si-/.
PRESBYTERIAN   PASTORS
CONDEMN  THE PRESIDENT
N'ew York. Nov. 19.���Thi Presb
tei lan Minlst* ra' asso laJ ions at the
.veekl ��� in- ting todaj p .��� I a resoi'.i-
(ieen by a liberal m ijority and a;i< 1
1 livelj debate, condemning Uie actio.1
of Presldenl Roosevelt In ordering th*.
omisslon of the motto "Iu God W<-
T 1 ��� ," from tbe gold coins. The re ���
olutton rea is:
"Grateful to (loel for Indi Id 1 il and
national blessiag and holding th it ow
nal  ma] prospi rltj I: du   i'i this su-
ei'v, and believing that lh    1
to  'in God We Trusi,' I ���   ��� : .   mon ���
vi ii ii religious bi nl Iraeni ol our tend, *'��� th
"Therefore, i; Is hi. . re olve I
thai ' he Presbj 1 u lan Mini 1 ; ' as3 1
clal ui of New York deehis ll wise'
.1111 in the ime 1 esi of religion and morality thai the Umes-honored mono of
ri.,,,11 our fathers be retained on our Bpecle,
from the city
selves as    tin
match will te chiefly for practice,    1
prepare  the   players  tor   future   ha d
contests-
One' of the Sons of Rest has han le 1
the- News the following particulars:
The following will do duty: Howard
(vice-president), Hargreaves (captain), Lock (treasurer), Winch (Hon,
member), Turnbull 1 presldenl I, Sti f-
tens (member of committee), Ha!T
(member ot millionaire club), Ryall
(sub-captain), Cunningham ("The
Nine"!. Sutherland (member of committee), and Lumsden (secretary;.
il se rve,     Mr.     Bryce    1 mllllonaln I
I with a piano selection, which was followed by some clever renderings on
tlie mouth organ, by Henry  L wis.
��� colored man who possesses music.il
qualifications which would entitle him
[to travel with a minstrel aggregation.
His imitation of a freight train travelling through a tunnel was loudly
applauded.
Joe Youngheart���who has change l
his name and grown a mustache since
the days when he travelled with Magician Hermann���performed a number
of sleight-of-hand tricks In a manner
that completely bewildered the intelligent audience. He intersperse 1 hia
turns with clever witticisms at the
expense of several prominent citizens,
but tiie most cruel blow of all was
wheu he picked out J. J. Cambridge
court registrar, as being the most innocent individual in the crowd. IT'
even passed up Mayor Keary and the
Columbian representative in favor of
.1. J., who'accepted th honors Mush-
ingly.
Another musical selection by Henry Lewis and a classical masterpiece
on the piano by A. Howard, lapsed th'j
interval between the prestidigualeur'..
.xii and the entrance Into the roped
arena of Jimmy Spence, late of tha
Toronto Argonauts, and J. Burnett, of
the National Sporting club. Vancouver, who were matched for a slx-roun 1
contesi with four-ounce gloves.
Tom Cunningham was appointed
time-keeper, taking his bearings from
a reliable Btop-watch Bupplied by EH.
Hughes, whei ha* yet  to explain how
at RoBsland,   Grand Forks
and G
ready   represents
an Investment   of
al out $2,000,000.
It  is estimated  that  ihe  electrical
operation of railway trains over the
heavy grades pet ween West Robson
and Midway and over the various
spurs 1 unning to the mining camps
will reduce rates nearly 40 per cent
a figure whicn C. P. R. men claim the
Great Nortnern railway will never be
able to meet. Al present the rate fo-
hauling ore from Phoenix to Granl
Forks, Greenwood and Boundary Fall*
is 20 cents pi r ton in quantities in excess of 1000 tons daily. Both railway
companies charge the same rate, the
Great Northern lines, however, only
reaching Grand Forks. The C. P. R.
lines extend to the three smelting centres. Seventy-five per cent of the ore
tonnage, however, is supplied by the
Granby company, and the lion's shar-2
of this traffic in recent years has bee a
secured by the Hill road. It is contended that with a sweeping reduction
in rates due to the installation of electrical haulage on the Columbia &
Western branch, the Granby company
as a business proposition could not
afford to patronize the Great Northern.
The gradients of the Hill road are
lower than those of its rival, giving it
on account of the reduced fuel consumption an advantage, especially in
the haulage of coke from the Crow'.i .
Nest district. Both roads quote the
same freight rate of $2 per ton- The
, increased cost of operation of C. P, fc
freight trains is also largely ilctv '��� ���
the absence of an    all-rail  route be
lie' came to be in possession    of th.
ticker.    Mr.   Hmcheson   was  selected   ,ww" the <m]  m,MB and the ,0U?d"
ary,    Freight cars have to be ferried
across Kootenay lake am* the gt/'J*!^
on the Columbia & Western railwa,,-1
prohibit iiiii- haulage of more than
live cars at a time over the summit
between the Columbia and Kettle river divide s.
10 act  as referee, the decision to ba
given on  points.
The two boxers were fairly evenly
matched, neither having wasted mucS
time learning the liner points of ths
game, Burnett was live pounds h av-
ler than Spence, who weighed 122
pounds, The Vancouver boy ais;> had
:i longer reach, which proved of considerable advantage. The flrst rounl
was an even break; round two wen!
in favor of Burnett; the third bout
:i bad 1 bree minutes for Spenc*1;
iverybodj   Interested In the gam    is honors were even in the fourth.Spence
CARIBOO HOLDINGS
ARE NOW DESERTED
'   ime,   Bring your poi kel b 10I   .
no collei tion  will be   tak n or looki I
:'������'.    Mr. liaslam, seciel iry of the ^'-
vv. ri c. win probably be "In Chai
ilie.
or bronze, em a stone pefl
1(11.""'
the Ititrict
Important ��
n      tlhuttodo
,'^ri hea*y.-
,'siie',:    The Mmi
,e��y olv.ydur
=|p, efficientiwsi
[tii. p**tvt* y
1     .
'xliibils play so large and
pari.    May they long eon-
-o In their usefulness and
thoughtfulness and cour1-
_6lf,  Mr.  Trapp  and   your
-tani-. Ib much appreciate
id.'i.s and tends much to-
SHE DIDN'T HAVE NERVE
ENOUGH TO HURL B0M3
St. Petersburg, Nov. 19.���A well-
dressed woman ahout 1N years old was
found In a dying condition today at
the station of the Tsarkoe-Selo. Sho
confessed 10 having been selected ?o
execute an Importanl terroristic act,
imi her courage failed her and she
look poison.
The woman belonged to the social
revolutionary party, and said bIu1 wa3
given n bomb by ih" terrorist organization, but dropped li Into the rive1"
Neva from a bridge before poisonip.4
herself.
wards lessening their vather arduous
bask of judging.
My ���sincerest wish is that the past
success of your fair may lie an earnest
of its still greater development and
educational influence."
miii) ii is hereby
"Resolved, that our national govern
ment be respectfully petitioned to ro
lain and  not remove it   for any cans !
or under   any circumstances   whatever."
Girl   Makes  Serious Charye.
Nanalmo,   Nov   19,   Richard   Drew
an   elderly   man.   Is   iu     police.'    cou 'I
awaiting trial on a charge I rought bj
a gil I of this city that hist night h '
endeavored tei lll-treal her as she was
returning home after dark. The gi"l
allege3 he dragged her Into the bushes
imi 'she there managed to escape,
though tearing most of her clothin:
in doing so.
makln 11 e of 1 ime nifty tool wor;
when on the defi nsive; the fifth agal 1
foun 1 Burhett tbe aggri Bsor. in tho
last mixup 1 li. re was verj l tfie to
choose bel ween the two men.
Refcn .' Hutchi son declared the boai
tei be a drn ���-. Bui netl was 1 eallj ��� 1
1 ii led to the \ li I ir;. as h ��� outcl 1 ��� 1
his opponent throughout the contest;
inn lie' eliel not se'cni to be displeased
at 1 ie di 1 Ision given,
Guggenheims Leave Workings in Upper Country-
Poor Showing Made.
Basketball Teams Are
Meeting To-night
The hardy  athletes    from the ire the'seniors will take possession of the
hell   will   prove  Iheir  prowess  al   tke;court-     I
,. , , ... The  Dawson  basketball  team  is  H
Armounes   tins  evening,   when    they   ,       ,���,���,, _.
bunch  of   likely players,    and    they
will match themselves against the lo-   shoul{,    glve    lhe loc,u bovs  ���  ,,,,,,
c:il mllltla basketball ti nm. All ar- match. The New Westminster boya
rangementa have been nuule for thflj hav,e been doing good practice, anl
game.    A  preliminary will be put on I confidently announce that they will be
,.,,���,���..     n ,     ., ,,      1 able to secure first honors,   The local
first   between tne  Columbian  college
1 team win line up as follows:   Spring
and   mllltla   Intermediates, common-, nm|  ,,,.,,���   ,UiU,u.   M,in.is���.,   ,rn,..,.
ing at  7:30 o'clock,  and  about  8:;!0 and Robertson and Lund, forwards.
tube return;; for
past seven months
V incouver, Nov, 19, L>r. <.. '.��� Boy I,
of Barkervllle, an old re i rim of th.-
Cariboo   district,   stales   this   morning
that   hi'  understood  the Guggenheim
syndicate bad permanently abandoned
' their projects iu the Cariboo region.
The  operations  of    the  concern  had
been  worked  feu   about    thirty days
1 this season, the entire ouput during
  the |u rind being from fifteen to twenty  thousand dollars.    This  result was
Ottawa, Nov.  IH.���The total ini| oils'so  unsatisfactory  as to    lead  to  the
of Canada for the seven months end- consideration of the permanent Bhu.-
ing October :M, were $222,685,188,com-! (k)wn 0f the operations.   At the time
pared with $188,681,080 for ihe suni"  nr. Boy,i ieft the district all the forces
period a year ago.   The duty collected : hil(1 1)cen laid off  nnd| though It was
was $80,171,987 againsi $80,946,8(15last   reported that the cessation was aim-
year.    Coin and   bullion  imports this  ply temporary, it wns generally unde -
year amounted to $11,TOO,507, compared
with (6,430,000 last year. Domestic
exports this year totaled $149,270,7811
compaieel with $147,807,576 a year
ago.
Foreign exports this year amounted
to $10,146,T88i as against $10,392,117'.
for the same period last year. For
the month of October the imports totaled ���$310,924,716, compared with $29-
120,668 In October. 1906, and export..
$23,897,148, compared with $26,880,Oi)0.
stood that thc workings would not' be
again started up.
The capital Invested In the equipment of the Guggenheim workings ls
large, and it is said to be uncertain as
to whether the plants wlll be sold or
taken to other fields In which the syndicate Is Interested. ,
The Rev. B. A. Sand will leave t >-
day for Seattle, where he will remain
until Saturday.
.
r PAGE  TWO
TITE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
10 minutes spent
in a "Fashion-
Craft" shop means
better style, better
lit and a more
satisfactory suit.
Dress Suit���$35
This suit bears witness to the fact that
Fashion-Craft Tailors have a more complete knowledge of how to make a
Dress Suit than is found elsewhere.
H. L. DEBECK, Exclusive Agent, New Westminsi er.
FLOUR FAMINE NOW
THREATENS MONTANA
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Twelve Cities Almost Without Wherewithal to Make
Bread���Coal Also Scarce.
\ Votin.
f"
Helena,   Mom.,   Xo.
18.���A    .
���md
Vl       'ri;,""
famine exists in twelve of thf
ciiies  of  .Montana.    So  far  a.i   ��
salers are concerned,  thej     '"    '' ���
, llour, and the prospect for che future
is anything but bright.   It Is decl     I
the situation Is Ear more threatening
than tbe talked of co:il famin ���.
The trouble, according to millers, .-
, that tbe railroads lune either been unable or unwilling to supply < irs. On ���
miller slates that orders be .���ecelv; .1
six wi eks ago for Immediate lellver;
I have not been touched, and there >���'
no lolling when  thej   will  be.
Millers say that unless car3 are fur
nished  within  the ni xl two or thre ���
daj s, j;   will    be  ueci ssar    to    clo
lown thi   mills en: 1 stop      ' '���;���-��� :   ain
Bin     i'e' full now  and .
ing furnlshe I.   The niillei    Intei    ; i <
th    mattei     af   ������ :;li    tli"    i
board ee;' railroad c mi      -ion
,-le .'.   to r< lleving
| A LIBRARY OF 125 VoLU||S
WILL BE GIVEN AW AY
13
. 2��
9
X        THIS  ELEGANT   LIBRARY INCLUDING   123
���   HANDSOME  CASE   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE      i riir
25
���
The merchants listed  below "ill give  with
���    base one vote,
Top  row���Dr,
William Doug
Thompson,
us and Bob
M.I
Pos
KLONDYKE
., Colon* 1  Me
ter i' rainer i.
BASKETBALL  T
Gregor.    Seconi
Bottom row���
EAM. 0
I row���M.
\. S. Pu Id
r  DAWSON.
Do iglas, B. Whiti
M. Finlaison( capt.),
1-��� cretary-treasurer) and J. Hancock.
Double Screened Nut
Mail Service
No
Clogged
Stovepipes
$5.00
Per Ton
Delivered  up to 4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on  sale    to  all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to  Southern  California.
For fnOl information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
Dispatched by C.  P.  ll. tr iin at S:_15
a, in.; close S a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
daily.
Millside  Xo.   1,   daily   except  Sunday;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   except
Sunday.   Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched  by B.  C. Electric railwa.'
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver, No.  1,  dailyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail receive! 9 a. m.
Dispatched by G.X.K. train, 8 4b a.m.
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, Port Kel! i
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bon Accord, Blaine and .Seat:!;' fall points
in Washington and south, also all
points in eastern states), daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at 3:30 p, m.
Clayton,  Tuesdays  ami  Thursdays
Tynehead,     Wednesdays   and    Saturdays.   Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatcher! by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver No.  -;   Victoria, No. 1,
Central   Park,   daily   except  Sunday
Return mail received at 2 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p. m.:
East Burnaby, daily except Sunday
Return mails received at 1:10 p. in.
Dispatched by carrier 12:00 noon:
Tiinberland, Tuesdays and Fridays
Return mails receive,1 Tuesdays an-
Fridays.
Dispatched bj ri I'. R. oal 1:30 p.m,
daily ee!.., i da '��� i at the saino
time during winter month \
Ladner,    West bain    Island,    Por,
l Guichon,   Steveston,   Sunbury.   dail.
except Sunday.    Return mails receiv
ed from 9 a. m. to  11   a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday ami Saturday. Return mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, Xo, 2; Victoria, Xo. 'ri
and Burnaby Lake; closes a:, 3:30 p.
m.; daily execept Sunday. Return
mails received at 0 p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    a>
2 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p   m.:
To southern    points,    dally excerii
Sunday.    Return  mail  11   p. m.
Dispatched by f'.l'.lt. train al 3:15 p.
m.. mail closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 9C (C
P. R. east, second mall). Return mall
received at 1  p. ni.
Sapperton, Xo. 2; Millside, No. _.;
Coquitlam, daily except Sunday. Return mall received at 1  p. m.
Spokane falls X Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ''lily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
Has Won  Its Way.
1     ..   :���:!.; Iiing  so   com
,.. pi ople as  to  L    el, ad  In i
i yeai ���'������ ;.  i      enc
ictt fi   t pro    ced tt and _
ul play, j       H       '      . ml nis I
a   re  inclined Lo dou pro
or mor ility of a Bib!    pii     on   o
red   t subjeel    om e far as
brand it. unheard, as a sa
i, em ; be author's earn        n\       lon m
I hem   to   \ i-ir   it,  their  r] nunciatl  i
.   re ; urned to ; rai 11        hav
eecome iie- higher e ilogl sl . an i of-
en solicit and a I. Ise I heii u loners ;.i see - he pla:.. d rin li
most vivid and lif lil.e li on on
en 1 times of John the Ba
'!ut bas ever een u nl I In
intry,    11        i ire    ni
iwn oul      irmo .. a
.i   rea Ij        tutlfnl  hear!
���".'ie. n .in so d
c i bul   hat will Li  -     el        b. ��� ���     i
mi '���.   w ben   lie  heai s In    i iii' !
lisp "Xow   iie. down to sl
So ii   is    with    this    1 eautiful
���-  ;ri ' it  iie" ��� no'   contain one  la i
'. e lightesl and mi si : rivolous    .
most bai'ib ned and sinful are hi I I   n
tranced    ami    spell-bound.      It        m
mands  reverence,   it does  no'  ask   I!
"The  Holy City"  will    appear at  the
Xew Westminster   Opera    House   t ������
night.
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SOCIIITV. CIU'RCH OR SCHOOL   IX   NEW   WES
(TRIMi   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OF   VOTES tMti
LOWING   MANNER :
I*
."V
M*��
��t *
Uar
Arc
fBTO
. onte ���   be   .a  Aug.  - y.-l.  1907,    and  v,,
90S, :it  7 p. m.
e        ox ls | laci l In l>. S. Cuitis  a.  Co
it.es   ire to b     lei       ed.
..   ' ���
ecelved   the
Current  accounl mpl     paid ar.
1! .      , votes can ed    ���   Ira lln
���   ed  bi lenv.
o
v Lib ary  Is on exbibli on i E. F V
D. S. Cui        wil    i ount
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
<i REICHENBACH   &.   CO.
J Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
*	
% MRS.   Wl,   M.   COOK
���
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
��� THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
^      (under new management)
J    Lionel    Haweis,     Photographer
E.  RUSHTON  <$. A. SPECK
Sporting   Goods. Gen.   Repairing
.   D. 8. Curtis v. '.:
Dm
A.   j.   BIRTCH
Dry    c,
 ���
West   End   e. WSk
 __M
"i hf: , -���rifi
D.iily   and   We '.   _BM
MOREY   & CO.
Books and St.: onen
O.    BURDETT
Home-made    C ��� e;. c c i a. e
fectio'Vi.      Ice   Crea-
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STAB
S.    H.   Thompson,  Pr;;I
��������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������'��������������
1901.
Leave
y.20 a.m.
12.25 P-m-
040 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
..Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
... Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. TACKSON.
Condensed
Advertisements
F~o]r^Al'iE^d7lAXr>, PRACTICAL
ly now; owner moving east;
must stlL Address M. C. M., News
1 dice.
POR SALE���l. STORIED HOl/SK.
���*- on corner lot, Carnarvon stree*.
Ton roonts, baih. furnace, stone foundation. Price $5,500. Apply '/... P. O,
Box 693.
OST���A PAIR OP GOLD-RIMMED
Glasses, on Tuesday morniitg, be
tween Hospital streel and tram offlce,
Finder    please return    to tbis offlc ���.
.Mrs.  W, A. Powers, Sapperton.
Ladies' and Children's Flannelette!
and Woolen Underwear
These disagreeable days make one feel tha:|
they   need   some   good   and   warm   clothing.!
Before purchasing elsewhere, step in arc!
have a look over our Range. It is well wortk|
considering.   Goods and Prices right.
The White Hous
A. J. BIRTCH
e
275 Colombia Sire!
it-        ADVERTISE        El
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
FOR QUICK   RETURN'S.
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
tight Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
[���HE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
ind LUXURY. . I] is lighted wiih
Juth electricity ana gi.*?, lhe mAst
brilliantly   illuminated   train    in   the
vorld, The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
rij   section   sleepers,   luxurious   dining
ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modem day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,   Folders,  or any
further information call  on  or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,1
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS,    Daily trains   (except I
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,!
express    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Fot  information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic   Manager,
1 Vancouver.  B. C.
i T  OST���A
1JL*   Leave 1
LADY'S   SABLE SCARF.
il ihi.- office and gel a re-
ward.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework tor month, or
washing clothes ley the day. Apply to
S. Matsuinura, P, O. linx 296, c.ty.
WANTED    POSITION   AS   SALES-
lady,  or as  nurse  for Invalid,
', Apply hi this offlce tor addi>
TTTANTED    A  NUMBER OF MUST
V V    ci.i.    laborers.   Apply to Quig
ley. in ar Small & Bucklln's,
1
WANTED    Iri'      VOI N'G     LADY,
room and board, convenienl  '.i
posl Offlce.    Apply K., Box 693.
HDMER PfoEONS FOR SALE.   AP
ply    P. u.  Box 537,  New West-
; minster.
i -
ONE LARGE   FRONT   ROOM   TO
rent; heated, 1 tc.   Third avenue,
I second    house    from    Sixih    s'treet.
WANTED���POSITION AS HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good experience; best of references. Apply
(I., P. O. Box 693.
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDiNO
school wants work with good fan)
lly in return Un- rooia anel hoard,
Apply Box 645, city,
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W.   E.   PALE'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE*.
lam the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings   Deale
rrlv��
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell \<ni .nr -b.r.-.i ���' , ��� ^.^
and will give you bettor vn]ue than you can gel  In anj ��� bi  f
In the cit; .   Try me,
Wall   Papers in   endlcs:   variety.    Oilcloth from 25c  up.   Cr'j
Matting  from  15c  up.     , moleums   from 45c  up. Curtain Srt-'f^
ers,  the   best  made, $2.. >   per    set.       Ca.-pets,   all    grades    Hj
prices.     Iron   Beds,  wh    -  and tint enamels, $3ri0 and up.   '' ___\
ambulators and Co-Car. _ of all descriptions.
All kinds nf Job work and repairing done on shortest notice,
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed,    New goods arriving
I have Bold the block and am still doing business In the san
and in the same old way.
WESTMINSTER REALTY EM-
ployment Agency supplies all
hinds of help free to contractors au1
employers. Phono 366; P, 0. Box
368; 266 Columbia street. Call and
see our list of city Iota, houses, acreage and farms.   Wc can suit you.
Rapid Ea^
Grinders tsw
Mm
- .ike
1 an be run with e
horse 1 owe:- or w lndtnl-1
. 1
"unning grinders made Smor
Slr.r,.    ami    l-'ee I   '    -     ' ***
1 ��� Sntpr
s:zi"s.    Our  pulpera  ana
mail.'   Willi    pn.eriri     -"''"" Re(j
reversing the handle    A" " w*
an l  ball bearings. he P
iene(
r. J. TRAPP & cfc
Limited ������.,
tDNli&AV,  NOV.   20.   19C7
TJIE DAILY K ISWS.
PAGE THREE
jsarJgps^.Gwi Trunk Ry. Interesting
y-\   Excellent Train Service Between
Tl Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
BUMMER CHILDREN.
g. C. Co����t Line Service.
<AOWAY, JUNEAU.  PT.  SIMPSON,
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc.
t.s. Pr,nceSs May Montreal, Quebec,
yet Van<_pu\, r s -,,. in. on follow   "�����"���*" ^��*��^   >^����,��#w��,j
Tk v,     ��� ,.,, xov. 12 Portland, Boston,
26-  Lv. Vi-  "ria  11  p.m. Nov. _.;,   And all the principal business centers of
9-  Lv. Vie''..: ia   1 1   p iu.  Dec.    S
L,v. Vie toria 11   p.m. Dee.
L,V. Victoria  11   p.m.  .Ian.
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
S   Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK anc
Food Facts
IE!
GEO.  W. VAjX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
��� 25; Lv. Ve'eiii  ll   p.m   .Inn. -I   PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
* ��'��� L?. Victoria ll p.m. Feb.   v. For Tiro* Tables, etc., address
Mj   I,v.   Victieria    1!    pill.  Fell.   Ill
ANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
$.%.  Princess  Victoria
tVtt VSCoa,.-:    l::ln   ;>,   in    daily;
At Victoria I'.rin p. m. daily.
IgfeS VlCto    '   '  a-   '"���   daily;     ar-
| VtpOOUVi i   "   a.   m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
%.%.  Princess   Beatrice.
Victor,a - . ::n ;i. in elaily t x-
Monday; .hums Seattle __::io;i.
gUy escep   Monday.
ttie ll :30 ]i. in. daily ex-
Ifondsyi   arrives   Victoria  7  il.in.
f escept Tie .-.lay.
TORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
ttMmer    R    P     Rithet.
V) Victoria;   Wednesday, Saturday,
'Tom   ViCte::.::       T.ie.-i| iy,    Irileliy,
WItT   COAST   ROUTE.
���   S S   Tees
tves Vkl' : i.i   11   p in   1-1  a'.el   1 Iiii
tCb month   :���'.   irii\e>i|ie,t,   Me.sepii
<,   ArborUd  ��� Tin nt '-a !i
th lor Q ��� ���'������ ���'���-������ i .i'"i  *vii-   i""':���
Qf MCh i   'ti'h tor .'.lie"i.-''i. '..'itn-
Cap* Sf-    aii'l  w ay  jMiris.
ANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Vfe>:' .,.;\ . r    I   :t'i    p ;n     !ai]\,
_._ Swoda        ;���':���; I������..   ao<l   Sat'itriir,
I   tt 1  : Xanaimo at
DAILY  TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,   Sleeper and
Tourist
Leaves  at   3:15   p.  m.,  and  makes
connection   for  Kootenay   points,  also
St. Paul and Chicago.   For rates and
particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
Agent,  Ne w  Westminster
or to E, .1. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
15, 11 :.y.
10:2.
12:4."
I
(BASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Mev.   Westminster,   S   a.  m.
fedt.esdays anil Fridays.
Ilwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Leave New Westminster b:2-
15: !.".,  IT: Lln, 18:40.
Arrive1     New     Wesl minster
12: ',',. L6:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. YV. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V.. W.  &   IT.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. in.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m
(1. N. R.���PORT GI ICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon G p.m.
Leave Guichon 'l a. in-, arrive New
d   Saturdays,   calling   at   \ew Westminster 8:30 a. in-
;tte
iveen   New   Westminster
.
UP  RIVER.
. Tu., Th��� Sat. 8 a.m.
������. Sun.. We'll.. Frl.. 7 ii.m
fRASER   RIVER   RCTCrTE.
S, Transfer,
e w   Wfsmlnsler  daily  ox-
,ii 2 p.m., with additional
al 5 a.m.
\\v\--ton Monday, Tm sdaj.
Thursdaj   and   Saturday
Fi: ! ey al 6 a.m. additional
5 p. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays anil Fridays.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANOOUVER.
There is more albumen and
fibrin (the strength giving
elements in beef) in a bottle
of BOVRIL than in a ton of
solid Beef Extracts.
Without these principles
animal life can neither be
built up nor sustained.
They are essential to life.
BOVRIL is a scientific
discovery not simply a mechanical reduction.
It is absolutely standardised���that is, its constituents
cb not vary,  a fact which
physicians appreciate.
BOVRIL is the only preparation that retains the
elusive life giving���life sustaining principles found in
Beef.
BOVRIL is a boon alike to
invalid and athlete.
Keep it always on hand.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pionr?r Limited'' St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that eef the Chicago, Mil
waukee  &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
BLACK HAND THUGS    I
|    CANNOT LAST LONG
	
Society for Suppression of
Blackmailers Among Italians Organized in Chicago.
Chicago, Nm.  19.��� Aroused    by  In
cr< asing  ;   . Iness on the pari ol
desperate  blackmailers  masquerading
���te.l-: tl.-' name of the "Black Hand,
Seasonable   Fashion*   lor   the  ,Ti,<��s
alleo aad v hot Should It.-  tvolded.
Ten  good   - '..iti  volumes  could  not
bold all : ���   ::'��� I say about ehll-
Aren's  i   sbions,  ond   yel   t.>  the  lay
miml there seems ' ul little difference
In their garments.   Slill there Is, am]
one ee.  tin' best things t<> note is tin
'aultabllltj of each garment t ��� its own
particular use.   The hats for everydaj
wear aro of some material which can
Ic washed and Ironed  and Chen  lool;
like new.   There is a   <vlii�� choice ii>
these wash hats, some twrinj; made with
ti Hat brin. embroidered in one eif th��
new Swedish styles, and these, we all
know, arc so thlcls that a Utile starch
will hold ;i,: tn firm f >r a comparativelj   Professional an.l business men am,.a.
long period of usefulness.  Others havs   the Italians of Chicago yesterdaj   ir-
a foundaUon made of thin material re   ganized the While Hand society.
enforced with one of the stiffening .aa-      .,.,,.. UaUm BlclHana  th(, Btronge3,
terials. and   upon  this   foundation  are
laid no end of very full ruffles i upertm-   Slcl,lfln BOclet* ln ,tu' west' <��nslstin ���
posed so that the brim is a  very tluft   of more  than 1.40U members, met for
of daintiness, The crowns are generallj . the purpose of organizing against tlfe
made   In   tam-o'-shanter   style,    and   "Black   Hand."     Similar action  was
around tbe crown is a ribbon of what-   taken bj  the Societa Trinacrla ol 800
ever style is desired, with a big bow   members.      The    Italian chamber of
ln front or on one aide or a drapery   commerce, with its 250 members, also
and bow of the same material as the   la on ,.,.<.,���., as approving the mow-
l:"'        "fu'u  nut   ment, and will give its moral and financial sn|i]eort to the movement. Th i
Italian consul, Chevalier Quido Sa'. >*���
j ta. is one of the leaders.
A number of (.roups of blackmailers
re known already to the White Han l
rest  of  the   hat
along ih Ige of all tbe ruffles ami
the bows when they are e.f the material. Pink, blue nnd white leutlste
anel Persian lawn are all pretty made
np in these' little bats, ami so ts dotted
swiss and alsn the thick linens, but
naturally the lasi mentioned are only society. Some of them are small politer those with flat brims. There arj. ticians and an' umler the impressioa
several kinds of fancy straws, but th�� thai they have the protection of the
mull   ancl   batiste   nre   more   fen-   tbe city and county authorities.
small girls, Bay up t'i six years old, and  ,	
tlie fancy straws for those older,
Th.. girls nf larger size,  to fourteen A  Great Actress Coming.
and   trite...;,,   may   have   ribbons   and g^^   .,,,,..    ...hn. ,   ......, .   ,...,;,.:.,
flowers of all  kinds or auy   kind oa ,   . ..... . ' ,
.,.,., .   .,        ... _   work .a the role oi Roma,  n the   :
then- hats,  but  uo feathers  this year.
Wide brims are the preferred shapes. inal Prod ;'::':l oi "The Eternal (   ty
fei there are many in which the brim won hei  a national reputation, cemi
is   twisted   and   bent   Into   as   many tothe Opera house Tuesday, Xov. 20.
Bhape.i as are seen  in  their mothers' in an original drama in three acts, b)
dais.    A  f.nv  very advanced  mothers i,,;,,,  tfutchins, entitled "The Spider'j
put tiny mull caps on their little daugh- Web-.      M>. Truax la Btarring thi-3
These   caps   are   small.
WESTMINSTER OPERA
HOUSE
TWO NIGHTS
IHLHSIIAY iimi FRIDAY
Nuvtimbnr 21 and 22
That wholesome Laugh Producing 3 Act    Farce Comedv
"DON'T mi
MY WIFE"
Presented by a Clever Compan .'
of  Ixical Amateurs
Chorus Musical Numbers
Between Acts
Produced under the Direction of
JAMES.W. EVANS
As a benefit for the Women's
Auxiliary of the Royal Colum-
i lan Hospital.
Seats  now    selling at   Ryall's
Drug Store.
Prices.    25c. 50c, 75c .and $1.00
Gowan MacGowan, Manager.
ters'  heads,
scare..ly cov iring the bead, and serving no earthly purpose that I ear. imagine' unless it ri to keep their curs
flat.
And that reminds mo to mention tliat
��odaj  every mother looks out for hor
Jhildren's ears, and if they show any
propensity  toward standing out from   .,       gtandai
tlie bead she e^'s a sort of contrivance ;
that  holds   .'he   tender  ears  back   llat
���   ison under tho managemeni of John
Cort, and  ls 6aid  to   be making th" j
greatesl "hit" of her wonderfully successful career,     The    company  air.
Corl   has surrounded    this delightful!
artist   with  is one  of unusual   met:'
while the production is fully up to the.
n every respect.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT
Clarence &  Bennett's
oly City
l.v.   New   Westminster  3.50.  6.50,  1   own  and  ��Perate their  own  keeping
and 8 a. m��� and every halt hour there    '" ''    ''  ; '' ' "    "!1  '^   '   i! ,; ' ,!     "
eifter till 11 p. m.
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of '
service  not   obtainable  elsewhere.
Lv.   Vancouver   tor   Westminster  ��l fj. S. ROWE. General Agen:
���aame heurs. , u Third St.. --or Alder. Portland. Or.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVF        $11,000,000.00
^-anr.hes throughout Cana,la and New   - ,t,_iai,._,  and   in   London,   Kcgland,
|HERN b. c. ROUTE. Nri-w  Vork, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and  Mexico Cltj      K Qen-
8.3.  Amur. eral Banking  Business Transacted.
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>i>ftiHBi'OC)e: \ - *���     ;..   m .   :':. 1 World.
Bl   each   month,   calling   nt     ?aulng��  Bank   Department.      Deposits  received in sur.is of $1 and Upward'.-.,
Kt* on li   ��� t'i;. and Bella iriola and Interest allowed at :'. per n-n. per anniim  (present rate) adilr!d
ad tri; four times a year.
MtNlET   VAN  ANDA, LUND,     '',';l1   AsSEts over $108,000,000.00,
EJC, Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p.  m. to 9  p.  m.
'tit P. Queen City. >J"W  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH ri   D.   BRYMNER   vrnno���'
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Eft r in:;.'   arrive     .it    Va-li      ,���;
i<_4_i    afternoon;  tit Victoria   5   i r
if .flfrin-. J   ar
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Opera liouse Bookings
Holy  City   	
Don'l Tell M.
Sarah   Truax
i Zeke   	
Wile.
Vri iv i rirls Li ave Home
. .Xov. -I'i
Nov. 21-22
. .Nov. 28
. .Nov. 'Jt'
. .Dec, 12
.Uncle Tom's Cabin  Dec. ri;
Are   You   Crazy Dec. 20
Williams Jubih e Singers   lan.    !
Sti   nghearl   (R ilph   Stuart). .Jan.   2
Juvenile   Bostonians    lan. ri
Gorl m's   Minstrels Ian. 15
���WITH���
LUELLA MOREY
As SALOME,    the daughter of Herod
���DIRECTION���
LeCOMTE   &   FLESHER
A superb production of this beautiful Btory of the days of our Savior.
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iittpreM Of Ii i'i,mil sails Nov. _!'l I ���'
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Reduced rates now offereri. IS
When  buying  lickels   lo   and   from'!*)
���he Old Country. ! ink wiih us ami get   X
Jeneflt of reduee,|   rab's  ami besl   ac-   jj
^jpo^lmotifttlon.       I'e.r   full   particulars,   ij!
L^ppiy to
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__\ ����� t^
the easy payment plan^without interestJ^^-3 v
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62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. C.    |
r  full  particulars, 1 o  _f^ j_^_m t��� ,�����
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D.  QOULET, J !�����    All   orders   promptly   executed; carefully packed free of charge. K
C. P. R. Agent. ^>>>>>>>>xo��XO��>>>��XO^
FROCKS,
is efficacious,
ilthougb undoubtedly uueoiiit'oriaiilo,
out ;rreait outstanding ears are simply
unendurable.
The dainty tittle dresses for tbe small
women are often made' of v'hlti sill;
which will wash, and the whole shape
Is wrought ley Bmocklng. Tb.' frock is
cut In one piece and ilie' top smocked
in for a yoke, either high In the neck
or cut square al the throat for coolness.
The waisl line is .also defines by rows
af smocking. A few have' the belt
made separate and the skirt Bhlrred
three or four deep around the hips.
Vhi> skirts are rarely trimmed, but they
may be bems-tltcbed or featherstitched,
Nothing but neai hand work Is considered suitable for children's clothes, and
this is a rule thai seems to be ingrain-
td in Mother Nature.
Underwear tor small children during
summer is light and porous, but made
bo ihat ii i> warm over the abdomen <
���oal around the body.
Tho feet are. dressed in different
ways according to the requirement
rm' dr.'. j needs white or colored
Btock I nj -. are worn long, bul In very
warm weather little socks are Been
ofti'iier. Low sh ies. black, colored or
of white canvas, are worn, and the ab
surd little sandals which are worn
without stockings .-ere' sen frequently.
I asked one little girl if sho likod them
and she shook her head emphatically,
and then I asked if they hurt her feet
She answered quickly, "Yes'm." A
lool; nl tbem Bhowed tho Bole portion to
be full of sand and the toe was miuli)
into a torture by n big knoi iusidr.
Mothers who wish' to follow fashion
should look al the Inside of these sandals before tbey force the tender Utile
feet to wear tbem.
For wraps there are pretty little sburt
sticks of flannel and, for nice, silk
coats, taffeta or pongee, black, white or
tau. For very warm days short sleeves
arc in order, and a comfort, nml tho
neck of the frock can also be cut out,
but guimpes are found V> Illl In the
lack for cooler days. There are pretty
little capes of rather thick cotton material In shape of a deep bertha. Sashes
nre worn If one wishes, but nre by no
means obligatory. The yoke frocks for
small cirls nre caal and pretty.
OLIVE HARPER,
Devil's Auction . . ���
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Kerry   Cow   	
1 Ireara  City   	
.Sis in New York .
eTjie BurgomaiS/ter
\ College   Boy   ...
Jan.
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ONE  NIGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20,
Prices    tor this   engagement   only
25c, 50c, 75c and $l-uo.
��� ������Feb. 251      Theatre Parties    Now Forming
..Mar.    2	
...April 1 ."���~ ~"
...Apm 8 nnrntNEwwEST-
. .May
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New W����tmln��ter, B.C
0PERA=H0USE
Gowan MacGowan, Manager
Tuesday Night, [Nov. 26
JOHN CORT
-Presents���
The Best of [Everything
GoocftoEat   Sarah Truax
At KENNY'S Cafe
I
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs in remind his old patrons
as wedi as prospective cut torn -
ers. thai iu'w .-t: le of i ye-
glassi s are constantly being
added to his large stocli nf
optical goods, ii- wishes all
to call in ].'. Ic, iei buy or tc p it,
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings Jit.     VANCOUVER
"THE SPIDER'S WEB"
An original drama in three  lets
By JOHN     HUTCHINS      '
A play 61 Intense Dramatic Power,
Nicelj Blended with Keen WII and
Brl li Humor.
T
Reserved  Seats at  Ryall's       Prices.
; I    I, $1.00, 75c and 50c.
.( ADVERTIS1 n
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
li' you've  POUND Anything,
Hctriiin.iv... Jnatlce,
Mrs. Abba s. Shoen, a Chicago! club
woman, thluks every confirmed bachelor ought to be i'..-..'.l f er the maintenance of nt loasi one orphan child, tliusi
milking hlm assume. In part nt least
Uie family duties he haw (shirked.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B,   E.   WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,   General   Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rates:
$."e and under  3 cents
Over $5 aud uot exceeding $10  6 cents
Over $10 and not exceeding MO 10 cents
Over $30 and not exceeding $50 IB cents
These orders aro PAYABLE AT PAR nt an.v office in Canada of a
Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking point* Ut
the United Stales.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENO.
fhe.  form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with
safely and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS 7 30 TO 9 P.M.
- PAGE  POUR
THE   DAILY  NEWS
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Dally News Publishing   C ���:..' ete-.   L mited,   at
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Fronl
streets, New Westminsti r, B. C.
the civic machine wants an overhaul
ing, have the intention   if recommend
iti-; a certain te oi
comes to consider the fallacies In th
programme.      in  the   Oral   place   ��
i  i   'nre to tii?   must have cither a  butnina
I ody of thi    ��� '       rate.   Tho
��� me is ie ellml ".personal  In-
.- lativ ���"  as
e:    ��� BtXMl
or a dominant it.   to ar
public an i  unite it  so th it   li    ton ���
E.  A.   Paige...... .Managing   Director
WEDNESDAY.  NOV. 20, 1907
'TWAS   EVER   THUS.
The nominee of    the Conservative
���'  if''"'  I" the  bringing will be solidlj exi rt: ed In tt given   li-
ird of a candidate for the council j rection.    Mere general dissatisfaction
by getting    together a convention of will not  do it.    [n the secon 1 p]
resentative men"  who shall noin-iwho are   "representative"  men?
inate "prominent    business    men" as : we say ne n representative of dllten nl
-and ths|classes or interests In the community,
we admit a divergence which will
probably make united action Impossible; and if we define the term to mean
men representative of sound ideas .-��� -
WI
wheel,   pi iject    turns   on this���that a
number of these "prominent"   people
who have hitherto   h��'ld    aloof   from
civic politics, would consent to he-
good b ���! come candidates if they were assured j to municipal government, the question
blow at the opening of the campaign, '"' a strong support by a "large body By whom snail they be Belecte4'
for the Columbian's editorial can only   "t- ratepayers." brings us to a deadlockat once. Again,
be compared to the whining howl of a      To those who have given any cou-1 does it   follow  thai "prominenl   busi-
whipped  cur.    That the editor drew siderable attention to the problems of jness men
upon his Inventive imagination for th
I
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia St.,   Next   Tram   Office
vj
venom contained  In his  "whirlwind'
leader, is the most charitable way ol
.saying- he  Knowingly   perverted    the
truth.
municipal government, the programme  istrators?
will have a very familiar sound.   It Is   science���an   axiom  which
will make the besl admin-
It its an axiom of jKilitic.il
many well
ia programme which, in tbe words of known Instances support���thai the
an old song, "bobs up serenely" from business instinct and the political In-
time to time when dissatisfaction with stinct are seldom found together, con-
While ii is the business of no one municipal managemeni reaches a cer-'joined, thai is. in the same individual.
outside of the Liberal party, we stal . tain stage. It is a programme which Indeed, a moment's reflection should
whai is fact, ihat at the convention of [ has on the face of it certain attract- s'li|lw thai the man who has made
1904, Mr, Jardine, at the close of the ive features, and lt is a programme himself "prominent" by his success in
lirst ballot immediately moved tomake which, given certain circumstances, looking after No. 1, has had precise..
Mr. Kennedy's nomination  unanimous, holds out the besl hope of the immed-
the training which unfits him for th
Mr. Jardine did not come out of the late attainment of the special reform administrator's duty of ignoring the
conference with Senator Templeman, sought. Nevertheless It isa program-1 interests of No. 1 In order that he may
neither did he   "cany his grip," nor
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SIR   DANIEL   McMILLAN,   Pres. J.   W.   DeC.   O'GRADY ���
Authorized Capital, $6,000,000
Open for Business on Monday, Novell
213    Columbia Street, New Westminster
nu'  which  contains  several   false as- attend closely and Intelligently to tli"
3umptlons, and Its success can he pre-1 Interests of the whole commuiflty.
dieted only when the'    circumstanc sl    The truth is thai a certain dlsposi-'
tion of mind, which is generally call-
presenl In such force as to neutralize ed "puhlic spirit," coup] .1 witn
lhe effect of the fallacies. ; knowledge and intelligence, i - the ne ������
Furthermore, its success will be essary qualification for administrative
confine.,!, as a rale' at least, to the re- office, and the wit of man has not '���'���
form of some specified abuse, and will j devised an;.- t *��� -^t other th'an actual
not extend to a general and perman-Urial which will show whether or nol
never tendered, and would, under na I ent betterment of civic administra- :l '"tm has thn: qualification,
circumstances have accepted the chai"- tlon. The circumstances which must Such difficulty as may exist, how-
manship on the  so-called    patronage'j exist  to guarantee  such  success  are! ever, about the finding or electing of
plain   mai-  qualified   candidates  is hy  no  means
did he "gei up ihe line" with him.
Mr.  Jardine  rendere l    willing and
bearty support  to Mr. Kennedy   and  above alluded to are, so to expn'ss it.
ha i he been unwilling he wouid .���-������i-
have supj orted Ml Kennedy to save;
tin. constitui ney the odium of bein^|
represented   bj.   tic candidate of th��
Conservative party a: that time.
Mr. Jardine never asked    lor. v,....
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Cafe and
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A Western Institution
For Western Pe<
Die
comnntt' e,
The mirage in  which the editor ��/
ihe Columbian fancied    he saw   th
the presence of ahsolute,
feasance an! corruption   in  the civic   the onl;.' hai- to th" better success of
government, and of a healthy public our municipal Institutions, The a
words "unlimited funds" we would re- opinion, outraged hy that corruption, sence of Intelligent puhlic inter, t is
mind him was also ethereal. That ft has happened more than once that one great bar. It is safe- to sa\ that
there was an election fund willingly rii programme on lines similar to the'the majority of those who have- th-
subscribed hy every class represent.- Victoria proposal has broughl about, municipal franchise in any commun'-
ed in ihe Liberal association for le- for a time at least, a salutary reform: ity give litt!.. real thought to the prou-
gitimate election expenses is fact, and ! hut we do not recall an instance iti lems of civic government. Another
at the close of the campaign the said which il has broughl any markel harrier is the wain of continuity i.i
legitimate expenses were promptly j change in such conditions us those! municipal policy, and yet another ri
paid and not one obligation allowed lo   which actually exist  in the capital to-1 the mixing up  of executive' anil   ley-   second - hand  tables and supplies   in
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
Every description uf Banking business
Special Terms for Savings Deposits
Correspondents in
Banking by
all parts of the worl
mail a specialty
English   and  American   Billiard
bles.   Bowling   Alleys,   etc.     New
T.i
remain unsettled, which state of day; that is to say a pretty widespread
things cannot l.e said of some Conser- feeling that there is room fir improve-
vative campaigns- If, as the Colum- menl in civic methods, without any
hi in state, s, "whisky flowed like wa'- suspicion of the existence of anything
er," there was a miserably disappoint-| worse in those methods than slacked defeated candidate, who would have ness or had judgment.   The failure of
islative  functions.    If our friends *'
the- capital   would devote their ati- lition to the bringing about of reform
in some of these points they would do
more to free themselves    from    any
Clauses  of  dissatisfaction   which   m ��� y
only  been  too ready to sacrifice any-   such movements as that under discu.;- : exist ihan they can do by .sporadic ef-
thing to unseat the honorable geiitl-   sion is quite understanable when one  fort- tei eleci certain men.
man whom the electors placed at tho
head of the  poll, and  his continuous
bitter invective in season and out  of
- easoh confirms this view.
The open insult to ihe "church pe >-
ple" ill  become.,  the Columbian, an
will no doubt be remembered at the
polls.
The Liberal paper has always "been
a disturbing element to the sleepy
..journal up the.' Btreet) and now for the
.information of the editor of the Columbian, we state that Jardine anl
Kennedy were not the principal subscribers to the stock list, and be it
fn^/.lier stated the whole of the capital to date has heen subscribed by tho
Liberals of this city, and not one cent
of subsidy or corporate funds hi;
come to the paper in any way.
Can the Columbian assure us that
III ia_3* die same financial support from j
t^.e rank and file of the Conservative |
party?   Again, the Daily News has .'et
no time called out for a convention,
It is true two correspondents made
suggestions in view of the Conservation nominating convention, but this
paper did not. even comment tHeri on,
Again, categorically, Mr. Kennedy
was not invited to retire over the 1'en,
II mtlary appointment or for any other
cause; therefore lie could not and
did not decline to do so,
["here was no urgent c ill for an atten lance  a'   the  L.ib< ral   meeting  ' i
die ose ri l gateB, It having been i alle :
In ...  regular way, an I tt rally cf th!.
kind Is  nol   unusual    wher      Llbe il
j rincipl s are to l e upheld a 11  pi
.; ettiated, and the  mlj r a ��� in xe -    ���
i ..inf. ot' foi   the ' drumrnln.: up   Id   i
i.- i hal it ih tin  only met bod knov p
the. editor rn iho Columl lan, Tl... |d  i
thai  Mr. Kenn dy  was    d ibai r. :
ballol  ir. .tu a' tending I he i onventl .a
coutil only emanal i from a u     hlle
in politics, as if eli etc i by I allol  ue
would have taken Hi" p. ue of a del ���-
gate, when us mi mber ior the constl -
uency he would havi.. a iterfeci right
to take part  in  thai convention, anl
although not    personally  present, lie
was represented by another, n il ad "���
-alia
The editor of the C.'oliimbi in
wil! find at th" clo..' of tit" campaign
thai he has played with the snow until
UK' "whirlwind" has buried him. Al
present writing we would suggest liberal doses of the concoction advertised
at the top of the seventh page of the
Columbian. This, with a little exercise, will no doubt rem 'dy what
e roubles blm at this time.
stock.
H.   CLIBURN
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT.
Down in Victoria they hav.. in in-
-: i .ation a project for the reform if
their municipal government, Wheu
we. say ".they have1' we mean of course
that Boma   ratepayers   who feel that
The  Northern  Bank  Is  the  Only  Canadian 3am|
Its Head Office in the West
Get Established
iszaKi
:; .        :. imi   non thai wlll ne ol $500 oi ]
���   - ich a  proj osltlon.    Ni w House on Fifth a\  i
������tit.    i'������'��� ' io-. each 66x132 feet,   v m can Bell oi ���
$650.    All we   iri   i    jjT'e. foi   ��� .       roperty.   I
Into It,
DOMINION TRUST
THOS. R. PEARSON.
REAL ESTATE and���
���anager
���INSURAI
RYALL'S COUGH SYRUfl
PRICE   50c
Money  Back  If  Not   Satisfactory.
RYALliDRUTSTOli
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, E.:.
Aerated Waters
Family Trade a Specialty.
r*l.   113. Office    Elgh.h   ��� -reel
NEW    WESTMIN8TER.   B    C
Westminster
Transfer (J
..'flc^ 'Phone lss        Hurt) t'i
Columbl* Si.
Baggage delivered    pre n
t'tirl of Ilie City,
Light and Heavy H
Offi00���Train   neV'j
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250    ���    ���    Eiflhth Streel
WE ARENOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save  you   50   per   cent
on a  SAFE or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
V nn co u ver, B- C-
MO Richards Si., Phone 2Vit
YOU   REQUIRE
NEW Sill
Come over ancl see o��|
new Fall Pattern!-
Dan STEW4
Next door Hotel Ati"
VANCO IJVEJ
The Oriental Contract
of Vancouver.
ctofi j
Japanese Labor Contra
New Westminster branco
llox 545, WEDNESDAY    NOV. 20.  1907
TIIE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE FTVE
CH. SMITH
B"aaw,tWRraiy'f?ff ���tyt7mr\Wr*w^irwy
IH. SMITH
The Cash Stores
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Snaps and Money
Saving,
|Prevail throughout the Store
.Read over this Irii can-fully, as every Item appears lure' in stoc
Just a.- ...i .I'Mise'd anel can ;<��� oietainoil hy your smallest messenger
providing <��!' I'liiii.e. you send or come yourself In,time, and you will
if you  lie <-.|   : he-  .uo.eels.
Save on Cottons and
Linens
300 y.. ,; inch   White. Cotton, . \'ra good, loc quality, with sllg i
impei'.   ���   n  . h. ,���  i |ge,    Senile,  ends of fine Cambric fin's;.,
���ultari .,,���.,     inderwear, etc.; while It lasts  10c y-i
87-inch ���  i. ��� '   i I   .-.������'. n.'     lue or red chei ks  1Sc
12 jo/, se    la:.'.    V   ,rin3,   ITri .1 j.hemmed  ready for use.per dOZ.$1.25
12 do/   'i     :������  Na ���  i.e..  ri\21, $1.25,   $1.50,   and   $1-75;     odd  lots ''���
Hc:i!'   :i:iw        95;
20 d< .'��� i Ta:.'..   \'.; .in . 1.1x21, hemmed, ready for use;  special per
ftz<:i      $1.25
100 (I "'��� ���.  U'l''.. Tcm':-,   aids hemmed,    fine heavj    quality    Linei,
HK\ " !.  '.villi and without  red   or  hlue   l.u'd.'r:   special   ;air....     2"..-.
$2.00 Crompton E. T. Corsets
��� for $1.00
;.&,������       .,������-"',.���!-. l:in.   hut all sizes, 18 to 2G, In the lot; white, drab
-JP4 i'-i ���
NlEle' il 'was made  from imported   Flannelette,    extra   h av;..     ve.'y
Vide a    "   ��hiie. wi'h frill collar and front; only $1.00
|gtc)        e   :. ...ei.- r.. ��� ;ai s. of good  serviceable Imported tweedi,
:'^l___f* ..'. md odd sizes, In greys, navy and black; regular
���. $20.00 and $18.50.   Snap eu     $12._.0
\$25 and $18.50 Sample Coats
for $14.75 and $11.50
weathei   h - cau ed  incensed demand  for these heavy winter
Store is thronged every day  now  with  eager  buyers!    Com-.
;  io the Big Caah Stoi e and   eneflt
Wonderful Reductions in
Trimmed Hats
fgranei arras of Parisian mule is arc  being  .-.hel now at  less ihan
���ilf first cost.   $���_..,.iiii, $i;..nA an.l  $12.00 Hats,    Tii.   choice of our
'��MV-,,:!   i-aittvies   Hilly      $7.50
ri eftlle ae|i|uaiicrs for Trefousse Gloves and  Reliable Hosiery,
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j T.H. SMITH
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
K67-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
3��i
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$ 1 ,000
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Bjjys ;i   l  roo.pori  Cottage,   new, lot 60 x 148, all |
'���cultivated.   This is the best buy in the
city to-day.    See us at once.
TERMS.
!. ��� ���    Pa  : --   o! dei :- and lusur- ,   ���   ...     June,     i
ance policies.    .4 reward  ol $15 wen   mos       esidents from
be paid at News ..nice. | Vancouver and  othei   outside   p dm i.
K number of city p<
Bowell & Od ly will oi en a I uti
shop corner Fri'h and Eighth ���-   ���
Saturday. **
... settle
their accounts with    n   cit;   tod
tomorrow.   Any pany nol makini
i'. C. Fisher, Provincial goi    i u:iLjl  paymeni   within    the  nexi
agent, returned yesterday    from Vie- dfty* will be officially notified thai th
toria, having gone  to ihe. capital on cancellation   ed'    the sale  agreemenl
Sunda)  morning. I wil1 r"1,l)w ,h'' failure to deposit the|
One  square   piano   $50,
music house.
Todd's
The Rev. B. A. Sand yesterday sold
his dwelling house, situated ou Fourth
amount owing by them with the treai-
| urer,    Notices to this effeel  will  be
.-eu' out on Thursday or Friday.
K. Cor.,!... of    .Mud  Hay. yesterdaj
broughl  into the citj   ���. blue grouse
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JUST  ARRIVED
A lafga consignment of���
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jonn i\m Lee s emporium
Don't you think it would be a bright idea to
brighten the home with those odd pictures
and photos that are packed away or laying
around getting spoiled. Our charges* are
the lowest of the low. Our work is the
highest of the high. Anyway call and get
an estimate from
TEL.   73-
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COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.   X
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renue, to 8. H. McAllister, for a bum   which he had slightly wounded while
oul hunting on his ranch. The bird
���riii I e ad I" i '.i the avi try al the
i. teen's park zoo.
i ine  small orgo
Pod      na        bou
a snap, at
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Tin.- \V( stmin   ei    liati let    convents      o    the   Women s   Ml - lon in   so
In the neighborhood nt $4,500.     sir.
Sand Intends to build a new resid mce
��� in the adjoining lot early nexl serin..
Buy at  the Whs'  End grocer)  ai l
ereive coupons for the tree library.**
Ola l Stortroera passed througB   h ���
cltj yesterday on hi- waj  trom A a
rii.  where 1     had been for thi       3t. Ciety will be held ��� �� afti moon
:.-..  years, to Xew York, where he will   :;,     ,    Sapperton  Methodisi    church,
��� u .,:.   on  Nov. 2.S on the Celtic    i."   commencing    al   '-:������"  o'clock.      Thc
Norwa; ,il being bis inti ntion to Bpen I j,      ���   ., atter to coi the con-
Christmas with his parents. veution  is the   reporl   [rom the dele-
The. tree  li rary contesi  closes on gate' Ml* Bfiv'J' K' i;'" ' o�� Laduef'
Januarj   23,  and  we    would    remin! Lo ;1"��� w'""""'- board meeting which
nose interested    that the West  End ^b held In Woodab       Onl  rlo. a fev;
;!.,���    only   groce y    wh... ��� we ks aga    Besides thi  three city or-
,   ,                             t,, ." .us, there will be preseni del-
��� - ttes  trom Chiiliwack,   Ladner an I
s. .McConnell, un old man wh ' I���  - ither  places.    Mrs.  Rev.  W.   H. Bar-
been something ot a nuisance' in ths ra lough will I <�� the presiding officer.   |
city for some time  past,  was yesl    -
day even;:,- apprehended by th.' cltj Jus( 0U���Q| ' !'"' business���the West j
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\ FOR SALE.....
��� Dry Fir Wood  in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
��� deliver to any part of the city.
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C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone .333
gl rn ery is
\<>ti-s can 1
police an I taken tie the baslIlie,
whence he will emerge this morning
in answer to a charge of drunk r. 3
before the police magistrate.
End restaurant, Everything new and
bright; good bill of tare, by Neshl-
mura. ***
Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist  and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St.,  Opp.   Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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For cut flowers, bouquets or fun-
oral designs telephoni '!'��� Davies <fc
Son, B. 208 ���*'
The Eraser Valley Nurseries, Limit-
. d ad which VV. C. < urtls is chi d
-h reholder, aro progressing rapidly
with the clearing of the land, which
is situated het wen this, city and Bur
' "���   sl >���   v-' '       ���'���'���������  Insu.'-   ,,,,.,   hike    A gang of five men anl
ance igents met lasi evening in the two teams of horses are engaged in
office of Malins. Coul hai I & Co., ��������� ��� ,ning stumps, grading, etc., and M".
consider matters relative to the het- Curtis expects to have. the. ground
termenl of lire' Insurance risks in the readj for use In the Bpring, and have
city.   All the leading offices were re.v   everything    running    full   blast   next
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resented-      Another  mei  Ing   will   be
In hi before I he en I i il I he month.
For your Xmas Pudding and mince
meat, fresh raisins, currants and peels
al  K\l" eV  Son3, Home of Plenty, 2551
Front st rei t. **
fall.   The company has e 'cured officer  .
in the F. .1. Hart & Co. premise .-. I
One  English  upright piano, $1". ,,t
Tod 1's music house ***   :
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Oil  Clothing
Loi  Toi  Chan,  a Chinam tn a I
guilty of  stealing   Charlie   Sen'-   hi-:
i ,. le <en Thank sgi\ lng night, wa - .   -
t relay  sentenced  to spen l   t.n-  n xl
six months in the common jail.   The|^u9;
Celestial is a Bnished malefactor, aad
has been In trouble several time's jirc-:
vlously.
A meeting of the western Branch 'if
Lhe Lord's Day alliance was held yes-
i  v i;;   afte noon In the Vancouver Y
_\l. c. A, parlors, which wees attendel
by  a number   of    Xew Westminster
members eet the organization.     Tho
was mostly of a
routine nature, the secretary being Instructed iei  prepare a   report  tor the
press, which will nol be ready for the
Bread at five cents per loaf.   Turn-1 next couple of .lays.      A deputation
bull's bakery, Fourth and Columbia. ���I'waa appointed to wait on the Son. W.
.1. Bowser, attorneys-general for the
A mass meeting of the members o? province, for b.w purpose of request-
the various Epworth leagues of rivri iug him to use his Influence with ro-
district will be held on Tuesday ev?- gtrrd to the better enforcement of the
ning nexi in the Queen's Avenue Meth- Sunday Observance Acl in this prov-
odist church. Arrangements are be- ince, where it has he-en practically a
lng made to bring al least two. and : dead-letter in the pas!. The result of
probably three, Bpecial cars from Van-1 the interview between the deputation
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BLACK OR YELLOW
Short Coats        3-4 Coats        Long Coats
For Men's Black Rubber Coats, all sizes
For Boys' Black Rubber Coats, all sizes
For Men's Mackintosh Coats,  in grey,
mud and black.
Men's Shower-proof Coats
Boys' Shower-proof Coats
 TRY	
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couver for the accommodation of tho
league members from that city. A
full attendance trom the three city
leagues i.s expecte I.
and the attorney-general will also he
furnished to the press by the seer ���-
t trv of the alliance.
cLEOD, MARK & CO.
The farm Land Specialists,
New Westminster
;-,,- ..;:,ri,;:,.--.riril,::���::i>*-:���-:,i:;,.-:i,::!.::,.-'.l :..:-���:;..;;..":. - .::. :-..-: -:,::.."- ::. ���'������."-������'������ .���:..-.ii:,,--.."..--...-..i'-���::..i..::.,r-,.:
N'ew 6-room house, with hath and
Four lots on    Second    Street, $675   Bush closet; lot 66x132; lane in rear;
cash.    White, Shiles & Co.,    260 Col-j near   Queen's .park.      Price    $2,100;
umbia St., 'Phone s". "   terms.   Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon
hotel, -N'ew Westminster, B. C. ���*
The regular monthly me ting   t th i
; .anl of managers of the Ftoyal Col-     Fre.h figs, shelled almondB and wai-
umblan  hospital will be held ln the  nuts,    al    the House of Good Cheer.
city hall ihis afternoon.    Besides tho  Kyle &  Sons. **
routine business, the progress of ' ulld-l
in.; operations In conn ction ��Ith th
new   hospital   building     Will     ri'   dl Pressmen  on   Strike.
etisse l.
New Yo: ... Nov. ID     io enforce t no
Fruil   ranch ot  10 acre's within 33   demand of the International t*?^tinq
miles nf  Westminster of  Vancouver,   Pressmen's union  thai an eight-hour
by rail or boat.   Annual nei  returns   schedule go Into effeci today, Btrike3
$2500; in centre of good trull growing   have been ordered In the pressrooms
district.    Price $5000. Abbotl .t llyl .   ol several large publishing and print-
| nexl  Guichon    hotel,  New  Westmin-   lng concerns in this city.   Over a year
B(eri u  (��� ��* | a-.n an agreemenl was made between
the officers of the union and the UflV
A eonniauy Is In course of organlza-   ted  Typothetae  of America thai   the
lain for the purpose of developing tho  eight-hour workday waa nol to begin
extensive pulp limits situated on the  until  January   I.  1908.      This agree-
wesl Bide of Howe sonnd.   Captain H    menl  was repudiated al a mwttng of
i PHILLIPS |
| The Wardrobe Clothier |
I Mr. Employer
fresh Pork
'SAUSAGES
ffaily	
WkoiceBEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
Telephone 192.
A. Mellon, of Vancouver, a \ romlneul
Intereste I party, ha! applied t > tho
Provincial government tor Bufflcleni
water power I i operate a large plant,
ami ii is anticipated thai active ope1*
aiions will be commenced al an sarly
date. The application posted by Captain Mellon calls for i.ooo Inches i '
water   from     Rainey   river,   or   Ih'i'i
creek, as  the-stream    Is sometimes
called.
the pressmen later.
rn���rrr   ���
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
Japanese Caught on Border.
r.ehliniriiain, Nov. lb,���A band ed' ten
Japanese who came across the hor.1""
from  British  Columbia  were   plckel
up last nighl by Immigration Inspectors  here.      They  claim' 1  to  be resi
de��nts thrown out of work by the closing down of the lumber mills.    Their
I    Three pounds best creamery butter! slol'>' wa�� disprove! ami today thov
'for $1.   Three eloz. lest ense Oggs fo-' w''lv Benl  to Seattle tor asportation.
$1.   At the Homo of Plenty. **     -ourbeen Japanese    illegally    in tfio
country have heen captured here wlth-
Sotnething like $7,500 was taken Ul In ten days,
yesterday and Monday by the city I 'Th:> bordOT from Blaine to Suman
trea��tirer, this amouni being pari ot is now patrolled, and within the past
the $20,000 still due to the city for s.x months 800 Japanese have been
lots   pun.h'.isid    at   ths  luicltoa  Bale, tuqjitd  hack
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::       :     :: ::
HP'
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. PAGE  SIX
rJTHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,
NOV. >
Wtor*
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry Soap
Sunlight Soap
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH
Thi
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
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Sapperton Lots
AMATEURS WILL ACT
TO-MORROW NIGHT
McQUARRIE   &
Real Estate Brokers I insurance Agents     Fina
Members of "Don't Tell My
Wife" Company Are Immune from Stage Fright.
PRONT ST.
nciai
Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST
rri
The "Don't Tell My Wite" compan/
is receiving quite a bit of good advertising owing to the jocular titi ���
and many a man is being brought
face to face with the little car.l which
is being distributed about the city.
reading. "Say���Don't To'.'. My Wife. '
Tlie phrase is well worn anil often
used and makes a fit leverage for
many a good wife to have a laugh ri
"Ills"  expense.
Mr.   Evans  and   the    ladies  of  th?
Splendid Lot near the school house     $300; terms
Columbia street Lots    $450; terms
A splendid Lot, cleared    $150; terms
The best Lot in Sapperton CCxl65,  cleared,  for  $425; terms
Ixits at $100 each; easy terms.
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Uncle John, in "Don't Tell   My Wife."
P. PEEBLES ��
270 Columbia St.
.eai
Estate
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Hospital auxiliary are using every!
means to attract attention to this'
event, ami in reward for their liTril
work it is to l.e hoped that no one
will miss tii.' opportunity to see this
Bplendid performance when it goes oo
Thursday and Friday evenings, at the
Opera house.
The  s a:   : a!.,    c. ene 1    yesterday
morning  at  Ryall's  and  tbe  demand
\\':es   good.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2. 2. 4, 5, H, ri', J-. 13, ll. lo
io, it. is, 19, 20, 2s, tit;, 71. 72. 7;;. 7-1
and 77 of subdivision 2, in suburban
block  14, Sapperton;   prices  ranging
from $125 to $200.
0 room  house on Hamilton  street,
all   modern   improvements     One   lot
��� from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1400,
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments-
K room house, all modern improve-
I ments, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton.   Price $2700.    $1000 casb,
balance on time.
3V4 acres land next to Royal Oak
1 hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 2S bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
rooin house and barn and large chick-
; en house for about 250 chickens;
good well; ne.ar to school and tram;
all fenced- Price $3500-. Terms $1500
cash, llotiii in April ami $1000 April
following, or $3100 cash.
1 Lot fiCx>;I2 ft., S. '_. of S, lane at
I back, 3rd ancl Queen's avenue. Price
'$1250; half cash, bal. tl months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
; Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot   20,   block     ii   facing     English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
i street;   price $C50.
100 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x2S, lean ton 1 1x28
��� and  lean too lt'ex22;   barn  311x32 an !
. lean   too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk bouse, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arrant, -d at 7 iier cent.
Ful]  sizeel  lot on Third  street,  be-
tween Koyal nnd Queens avenue easl
. new house; $1400.
160 acres, less 3% f<>r new railway,
Township 4, Sec 11: all bottom laud,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
in acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room bouse; barn 40x75,
sufficient feeel foi' about 300 head of
stock, l'rice $8000; tt rms one-third
cash, bal, te> suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car Hue.
Lot '2'i. block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street;  full size $1600.
160  ACRKS  about   two   mibs  from
Aldergrove station,   30   acres   cleared
and  partly  fenced,  good   house,
and stable.    Price $16 per acre;
cash, balance to ue arranged.
1% ACRES, Work 9, UU No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8; smith side of tli" river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of
10th Stmt ami St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on Sth St. between Bth and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 anel 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth Sl. and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
barn
$ 176N
Full Blzed Lol i
of Regina SL,  be
avenues, west   sl :
$400;  hall cash
4  Lota    B8xl32 eai      4.1.
13th street.    $1200
2 HOUSES   on ! lot, k��� .
Sapperton;  5 room    .   |
���hed and 4 rooms,
shed.   $1000 each.
ance easy.
77.58 ACRES, black loam
ploughed and ele-..:.       . e  ,
B. Vi Sect. 5.    $75 per acre"?
ca-sh, one-third 3 month
mouths.
7 LOTS, 120x52, '..   1 ���
4 lots cleared, imal
house, 175 chickens   fenced
price $1500, $looo casb.
6  ACHES good  loan] soil.
Lot   16,   corner   1:1 ..    ,;   .
and   Brunette   road
roomed   house;   pal   ir,  din;
kitchen and three be
ed;   conservatory  30 nr 411 :
heated  by pipes;   wei:   1
15   bearing  fruit   (:��� >
stock ready to planl out; 2 -
5 acres  cleared,  Iriri
mainlng  acre;     all  fenced;
from school.    Price $3000; ;
hal. in 6 months al V
1   Lol  88x132,
$800  cash.
4th  ave : .
3 LOTS,    5,  6  & 7,
cleared,"upper Bide of
! tween 1st aud 2n I Btri
each.
th .
erivo lots, block 31, lot 9, $l"'iei each.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., rid
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
IS, 24, 30  MONTHS, AT 6%.
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in thc advertising columns
j rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
House.' and cottage on Columbia st.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12.;
-55,000, easy terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation;   200 young
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;
new house., IU storey, 5 rooms;    hen
bouses,   in   good   order;     some  acres
- planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
ri'eiter from nearby spring.      Balance
of    property   easily    cleared.     Price
{4,7 00;      $2500 cash, balance 0
md 12 months.
This  property Is only \.U mile from
1 tram  line.   Over two hundred chick-
'< ns and ducks could le sold with the
iroperty al a snap.
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1 1-2 acr-.;', more or
! less, in block, corner of Llth Street and
; Koyal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
1C0   ains.   2   miles   from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots  on   18th  street, between 7th and  Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or Merriva] an
Agues; full sized Iot; city blocl; 31,
lot 11; one house noils for $25, the
other $lu; flush closets and all connected with si'wi'i.v Price $3,500.
rash $2,000, balance In 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 %.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of fi of 4
] fcleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
i cash, balance C months at 7 per cent
Lot ll ou Sberbrook street of 11 eif
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 ca h, alance, fi months at 7 per cut.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city '. mlts
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars OD
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
Bltuatloa; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
bouse. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modem convenience's; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane In rear;  part of lot
'��� set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.
: $ 1,5(i0 cash, balance arranged.
100 acres on the Scott road. 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
: cash, balance easy.
Part of lot nco, joins Lake Commur,
about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
Half cash.   Jump.
7 lots Xos. Sl to 86 and D5, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
house, chicken house, 17;, choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
Lots le',, 17 are I 20 of 1 I of 3, Price
$500 for three or $175 eai h; 1-2 cash
balance il months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lol mi Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all ch tr-
ea. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, coi
of Qilley road.   $225 per acre.   Ai . ��� ������
age Is selling fast at this pi - e
Sn. 308, 8 roomed House, v. Ith bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; ri
cash, balance .'! and b mos. at 7 ''.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from
Cth Avenue on south s
37 & 38, full size.    Price $11C
four, or $300 each;  b
Any
mlntoi
ewan 1
not re
any P*
family
age, t
tlon ol
Api
made
a Don
agenc;
lawlt
bowev
certali
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an im
The
form
of the
(1)
upon
each
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desire
dence
.and
than
the v
owne.'
requfc
(3)
fathe
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land
than;
the ^
on a
tothe
perfo
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(4)
prec*
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pert
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with
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Double    tenement   b
isi and 2nd St.;  1 lol    Prl   11
cash half ami half in 6 monl
, Rents for $10 each ten int
411 acres (�� section 11
of Tn. 2. about 2 mile'
Haworth mad, Surrey;   b
1 '/4 storey bOUBe, 3  i'e
other :; can be adde I
1 hack;  1'-  acres ch
\\ Ith clover, red,  fair!
One  mile  from   Bhlngk   d
$1,200;.  terms  hall
menu lis at 7 ';.
Westerly  1,  11  of 63, S 1
132x132 corner  100 tei I
bouses draw Ing $28 pi
$5,000, half cash, balanci
months.
160 si:. % of Section 26 I
lu acres.partly cleared ;   K in ���
running through; goo 1 i-
north  nf  Webster's cot 1
mill and P O. at the wesl 1  rnei
ber worth $7 jeer acre; ce
4 miles    from    Port    Hani
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash,    H
ranged.
Large   lot   ami   two cot'
lumbia street, Sapperton,   B l
at $lo each.
One and one-half storey I
full   size  lot,  situated nortl
Royal avenue and corner of "���
street;  9 rooms^ hath room. '������
cold  water, closet;   woodshed
bearlg   fruit  trees;   streets on
sides;   lino   view.     Price  $1,80C
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between
and ,'!rd Ave., second lot fron   .
Ave.;     52x122 feet;  all  clean
alongside  and   back.      Prfci    S
half cash, halance easy at  7
150 acres Improved land,
and sin ds complete, near Cl "
all under cultivation, $15,000.
can  lean.ib.  this, don'l  del
bargain;   terms  Can  be' ani
*''l''iir   lhe'   above   four   ;
special price will be made l   '
chaser.
House 30x42
and 5th Ave
lib     Sl.
Subdivision of lot 4fi, block 6, comprising some of ibe.. finest residential
sites in the city for sale: exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue, First street, (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten ;i;;.\120 foot lots facing on
First Btreet at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an I
First street, held al $1000); two lois
on Fourth avenui', 12 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; tour lots, 52 1-2.\.S5, $450;
five Iris, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and Inspect plans.
House, full sizeel lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; reals for $10 per
month,   Only $1,050.
10 acres In B6c. 82, Timber, flr, ce-
dar and alder, Hood soil; good roads.
Apply for full  particulars.
Lots 17, is, 19*20, 21, face on IGth
slreet and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash,    Single lots at cash.
No.  306.���9-roomed  house,  with  bath   bedrooms
room, comer of 6th and Agnes St
Price $4,00C; terms % cash, balanci
11 and 4\ months at 7 <;.
upstairs,     an.l
down stairs;   parlor, dining ���" "
chen and pantry,   Full si/. 1 I '
ning back to Ash St.    Price J;.;:
$1,500 casi,  balance ai  $500
at 7 per cent.
No.  810.���9-roomed   House  and  bath
room,   Agnes   St.    $3,000;    u.   cash,
balance ,1 and (1 months at 7 'ri
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   am,
room,  Agnes  St.      Price $2,500;   ...   "I"'"1 B,dvfl 1,etw,">"  FlrSl
cash, balance 3 and fi mos. at 7 %   i Btr!et8' No'  B'  6  ani'  7     ":
,,.,, _.   . , each or $1100 ror Uie three.
IbO acres,  Westminster districl, 10
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or i    Full sized lot, north side -
Dr
I
.    . 1     Three ru] sized lota on Fifth
bath        ,, ,
......tl.   ,.t.l__   i._-a ���    ne.._i      nil
chard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; abler bottom land; running
spring; bouse IS x 22; frame barn .'I'i
X 32; I l-post frame house ainl ciiev
stables, three in nil, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near al hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about. Kin
acres limber, flr ami cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage bouse 16 x 24; hen
bouse made of hewed timber b,j,| in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a life,
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent. .    ���
j llton slreet between Sixth .ni'1 '"
1 streets; $23f>.
28   acres  on    Mara   rond, |;''   JM
$160 an acre    FOR    A   FEW   "A
ONLY.    One-quarter   cash,   '-.b "��� '  I
and 2 years at 7 %.
1   lot  No. 24  on   13th,  ������bi'i'rt ���'";:,'
aide of 4th avenue.   Price $2���� c
Block 12 on 12th St., easi side: -
fUll   BiZed  IntS,      Tede-  %Z.M 0^"
r.ish, bal. C. 12 and 18 months
in   I'I  H'
���I lots on Fifth Street, n '-   till
Suh.   15, S.  Illl;.  13.      $350 eacp.
cash, balance �� months at i �����
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�� WEDNESDAY,
NOV.  20,  1907
TDK DALLY NEWS.
t>Anr.  SF.VEN
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
following descri
Synopiti    Of    Canad an     North-West
jCf' Homestead   Regulations.
, Any even   nu:a'.ere.1   sei tion   ed'   Do-
'     minion  lands   in   Maniioiia.   S.is.riitch-
ewan and Alberta, excepting >> ami 2ri
reserved, may in- bomesteaded b\
person who i- the sub' head ed a
license
  :  ads.
Re Lota i to 9 (Inclusive) e.f a por-      Commencing  a!  a   posl   .: ated  ;;'
t: in of Lol 94, Group i. Map 440, Nev. the Bouth eaai corner of Timher Limit
'<���'��� Btminsti-.' district No. .'^riT. then.'" Bouth mi ehains. west
Where.,-  ��� .  0f 0{ the lo.    of Cer- v" chains, north 80 chains, and easl
: -���    i 'ri Ti le Numl' r 15715a, issued -:l chains, to polnl of c mmencement
N'OTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
���". the name ol Pel r Latham,   b is
been Bled In this office.
Notice is b. i<���:... given thai 1 shai.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
Octe
HARRIET PORD,
Per S. 11. Fori. Agen
4, 1907.
ally, or any male over is y.-ars of ,,:,i,.,:t:(iu ;,,. nia.'.e to me in writing.
age, to the extent  of one-quarter section of 160 acres, na ne- or less.
Application    for   entry      must      ue
le In pers<n   by   tin-   applicant,   at
Dominion  Lamls  .-V-rucy     or    sub-
igency for the  ilisti-i��-t   in   which  the
is Sltuat'       Kn'r.v by   proxy  may.
wever,   be   mail"   a!   an   ai^'iicy   mi
In condition.- by the fat hei', mot h-
C. S. KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, 13. fi., Oct. 21. 1907.
fi.   TAKE    NOTICE   tbat   Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occcupation
j lady, intends to apply for a Bpecial
j license over the following described
! lands on Texada Islam!,
Commencing at a  .Mist planteei at
j the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 0S25. thence south SO chains, west |send by pos: prepaid, or deliver to the
{ so chains north Su chains, and eaat underslgned, their Christian and sur-
; SO chains, to point of commencement | uam(,.   addresseB  and    descriptions;
IN Tli : :: \irii:i.   o Es ,'.  ���
Al xander  Ewen, . ������ C
���   N ��� Brit ish. C
'..
NOTICE IS HEREBX GIVEN u
��� . : be Re\ Isi d Statute | British Columbia, Chapter L87, th.e; all
creditors and others having claims
againsi the Estate of Alexander Ewen,
wdio died on or aboul I ie 8t b daj of
July, 1907, are required em or efoi
the  ri.th day of    December,  1907,    i
October i.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Fori. Agent
1907.
er, son, daugi
intending
The homes
-     form tbe hoi
ofthefoBow
(1)   At lee
upon and c
each year f<
W A b��
desire*, J��r
dence dutk
tand owned
than eighty
the rtctaRy
ownership i
requirement
(3)   llth
ii
ible;
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Ne
HOC!:'
b
ther Is di
as potman
nd ownc
n eight:
e vicinity
n a home
the vlclr.
rform W
Ivlng with
(4) The
receding
leaning n<
direct ii-
f road of
weasuremt
(5) A :
perform h
cordance v
with |sar>i.
���r, brother or sister of
bomesti ader.
eader is rejuired to per-
estead duties under one
ng plan.-:
-' sex months' residence
tivatlon of  the land   In
three years.
. ,i lei   mi i  .  If bi-  so
. m i be    requli   I    ro_si-
h . u -.  on
iolelj    >     him,   uol   le
"i   acres   In  i stent.  i.i
el  hia li". '��� dead.   J dn
this
ther (oi ier, if the
ised)  '��� in   teader
. nce  ...i   [a   .   .
by   him,   nol   les a
eee   ac ��� a   i.i  extenl.  iu
.  i ii   bomi   tead, or up-
ud entere I  for I y him
ih homestea ler may
>wn ia sldenc ��� duties by
... Cathi r io;   mothi i i.
. m "vie nil y" in tb    I wo
.graphs I    di  in d     ia
nore th in nine miles in
.   .ri ISivi       .   "..      '���'��� :   '
ancea cr is si i    .ee    the
.....   lnl     I n !
Idem      lutl<       ti   ai
;: ��� ���    '   e ..
ir cn  'arml      land i v, n-
tnust l the i
��� ol   mch : itenl
notice In  v.  . lng  i
be Commi    onei    :' Do-
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
l. TAKE NOTICE thai Harrlel
Ford, of Hammond, 3. C, occupatloo
lady, Intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following described lamls;
Commencing  al  a   posl   planted   al
��� be north i isl corner of lot 235, south
.. isl of Gilli's    Bay,   thence   easl  CO
chains,    thence   soutb    to th
thi nee we :  ,   ]���. along the   hore I i
_. 15, them i   ��� ��� ���
i ound .1'.'..     ol"    l.e
, ommem ement.
an I nortl
".;".   to ol       I
11
rri :t fi ird
TAKE NOTICE that ap;.I.e.it ion has
een made iei register Joseph Tays a-e
the owner In Fee simple, under ei Tux
Sale ri ed trom C. (.'. Fisher to Jo eph
Tays, bearing date the lt'.th day of No
veml er, a. d. 1904, of all an I sin? -
lar thai ier: tin ai I or 1 acl ol ian 1
ai d pn ::.;- ��� situate, lying and
iu i ii. District ol New w estminster,
iu the Province of British Colum ila
tuore pai i Icularlj  known and 'l i
i a ��� Lol   13, Bl icli  .       .   livislo	
Lot 201, Cn.u;. 1.
ifi i  and eai ii e.r you are requ'.i   i
: > i on e :   the cl  ..ee  ol   I ie  tax
a., er ���'���< bin fo '.- I .���    .<;.   fi  _n the
date ...'   th<    firsl   puhli   i
notice upon you, oth rwise l Baa 1 register Jo3e] le Ta; a      "������ m    .n reof In L
fee .   Ai     i  ie' re y direel thai  publi-      ,
��� alien i lotice for ��� ne month i:i   , j,,. .,,(i;j,
.-. dail    :.��� ivi paper  pub]   btd al  Ne1..-   ...,,,,, f,ve
���"    wlnster will be good and sufflcl-   Bayi Texada  Island, thence south
' ���'    ervlce thereof. chains, thence ��� a il   SO  chains, the nce
...ni  Registry Offlce,  n0rth SO chains, thence wesl SO chains
N'o
ier 1,  ll
2. i VKE NOTICE thai Harri I
Kuril, . : Hammon I, B. C, oi .upation
, ee!  . lnl  nds     to apply    for a sp    .1
timl ��� :  llcen ��� following d
lands.
���i   p ���-'     plan',1' 1   ; I
easl   corner of  . ec ion   2 I,
:      .. south east of Gllli'3
S
the full particulars of their claims, da-
ly verified; the statement of their account and the nature of the security,
If any, held bj  tnem, and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE thai af- |
ter b ich la il  mentiom .1 d ite the executors, John   Hendrj   and    John   il.
Jardine, will pro< ee l to distribute th i
assel   of the   deci    ed  imong the par-
,.    ei  Itled thereto,  having    n ;a  I
to th   .   emi- ol whii ii they sh ill
n itice,  and thai   the said
.��� [ll  a ii   be ! a ih    for the
.������; i      el   or  inj ieen t then   t to an
.
il  eli     me     ;    1  2
ae ol ition.
DA ririi al   Ne w  Wi   tmln ite r,   thli
Oth da> of No> emi er, 19 '
MARTIN  &   McQFARRIE,
Solicitors    for    John   i '��� p Iry and
John It. Jardine, i v i ���' u a of the
i   Estate.
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LARD LARD
Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
LARD
Afe Low Pi-ices for Cash
20 pound  Pail    $2.00
10 pound Tin     $1.35
5 pound Tin 70
3   pound   Ten    40
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
ovince of British
l iy of o. tober,
New We sl minsf
Colum   la,   this  .
A.   I),   i.     ,
C.   S.   KEITH,
i Us riet 1 egisl: ar,
To John  Sirr,  I
to ] oinl of c mmeui emenl
HARRIET FORD.
November 1,  19 I".
T!
Pi rd,
lady.
i   . :'. : .
.   Hai m   i.i,
Intends   to  ap]
. et
thai    ; lai  '  ;
i ' .   > '   '     e
loi   a  s, ������. i 'i
the    following
ersoi ,   I with this notic ,
... : ��� .ee ,��� i iaii e ���, ,- i or nn ler I Im i r   licei
tie 11 . aimln   an)   n- di scribed lauds:
.1     ,��� vi tue ol any      Commem lng   al   a   ,.. .     pi inti  I  a
red In   . im     .   m I  all  ;<���.'��� the   south-east   corner   of   S iction  i
Bons clai ��� .���   In eresl    In   sal 1 an 1   aboul   Qve   mile
... .i:e ��� asl   of
la al Ottawa, of   ntention   ;,., |   |,;.   .,,.      .���    vt.���,.,,  title  is  not I Gillis  I ay.  Texada  Island, tie ne ���  6Q
registered und-r the provisions of the   chains   south,    thence     ivesi   to  th?
Land Registry Act," shall te forever > shore, thence  northerly    along    the
(.stopped  and debarred    trom setting| shore to the south line of S ction 19,
. p any claim to or In respect of the  thence easl to the poinl of commence-   ... nement of their account and the na-
Vri  W. CORY,
Mil , tei ol ���',���' Inti rioi
uthorlz   .     u        '    :i
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IN THE MATTER ot the Estate of
John Connal Wh; te, late eef tlie city
...   New   Wi stminster,   British   Col-
':���" ' a  ���    .
NOTICE IS lilriri BY. GIVEN, pur-
. to tie' Revis. ���', i tatutes i f Brit
. . el mi rie. Chapter iri. that all
11 ors and Others having cl 'it is
against the ��� state of the s ild Jobn
Connal Whyte, who died on or abo.it
the '.'Ui daj ol October, L907, are required on or before the 30th day .1
November, 1907, to send by post, prepaid, or deliver to the undersigns I
their Christian and surnames, a'.riv .3-
es and descriptions; the full particulars oi their claims duly verified; the
lenient   will   no
pain
LAND    ACT.
Form of Notice.
said land oo si 11 tor taxi s as provided
...  : i . "Land Regisl rs Act."
Timber Notices
i
men'
Novembe
HARRIET FORD
190".
Hurrb
duster Land Distrii t,  Dls-
'ol New Westminster, B. C.
Ihotiee that James Sharpe. of
Biestiuinsti'r.   ll.  C, occupation
aan.    inteiiijs    to apply  for ;i
|^nr  i r lirens ��� ov r the follow-
el lands:���
Commen :n-   .it   ei   ii"--.i   pl.inii'el   on
thi'^est   bank of Twenty-five    Mile
C(Wk, About  two mib's  from  tbe I-.il-
l.     TAKE   NOTICE    thai
Ford, of Hammond, is. C
lady, Intends to apply  (or a special
tim ier   license  over    the    follow ng
described binds:
Commencing at  a  post  planted   ri
the south-west corner ol location N i.
about   four   miles     south-easterly
slund, thenco
thence  south
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New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai Harriet Ford,
of Hammond, B. C, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber I p.
license over the following deBdribed]from Glllls hay, Texada
lands:     In  .N'ew  Westminster district, ] east  to   location   No.   S
commencing ut a post planted at the j to  Lot 235, thence   west  and  south
north east corner of Timber Limit No. | along the boundary of the said Lot 233
S663, New Westminster  Dist., tnence |t()   the   shore,   thenee     westerly   an.!
looett River   ib-n-e East forty chains,   south SO chains, east 80 chains, north | northerly to the point of commence-
Bonth, One  Ininrired anel sixty ehains,   ;so chains, and west SO chains, to point   ment.
Wett, torty ehains. Nortii one hundred : 0[ comnienceuieut. '
HARRIET FORD,    I     November   1
Per H. S. Ford, agent
October 4, 1907.
and sixty
mencemen
JAMES SHARPE.
HARRIET FORD
1907.
ture of the security, If any, held bj
them;  and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after such last mentioned date the executrix. Margaret R. Whyte, will pro-
"    ' '  oeed to distribute the assets of the de
ceased anion,-,   the    parties    entitled
[ thereto,  having regard    only  to tho
claims of which she shall then have
j notice,   and  that   the   said   executrix
Win not  be  liable  tor the saiel assets
or any part thereof to any person or
[ persons of  whose claims notice _sb_V.l
i not have been received by her at tho
time of such  distribution.
.1. D.  KENNEDY,
Solicitor for Margaret R. Whyte, executrix as aforesaid,
Dated  the   lib day    of    Novembe-,
I 1907.
"*   O   OOOOO   O   O   ���    *   0   OO   O   OOO   O   O   O   O   O   O   O   0*
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
L^rge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
I      -*
��<.��� ����� oo oo:;OOriOO':.eOo;.oo:.o oo ooriOO-:.ooriOOriOO:;:Oo::oo;,o
X They are Perfectly Waterproof
YOU TAKE NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT."
For over fifty years the name of DICK has been a household word
in the Old Country for Waterproof    Hoots.     Their   special    process
renders the sole leather perfectly and    permanently   Waterproof, besides adding doubly to its wearing qualities.
These we specially recommend for the wet weather:
Prices���Ladies, from $2.75 to $4X0. Youths, $2.00
Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, 52.75.
The Old Country Boot Store,   -  Columbia SL
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor
��*>*>�� OOriOOriOOe:: OO' OOvOO;'. O^. ���COOri*0*OOriOOriOOriOOriOOriO<
o
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that     Hariri" I '
D��U, OctOri',-  I'I.  IbiiT
LAND    ACT.
Form  of  Notice.
Itinin.;ter, Land District, District ot  New Westminster, lt. C.
Take BOt:i-e'   that   .Iuiiks  Sharpe,  nf
Now Woeiieeiie.-iei, ll.  C., neeupatlon,
Lumberman,     inn-nils   lei   ai'l'ly   for   a
occupation
special'.
__:_.._.���
v.    TAKE   NOTICE
��� ��� | Kurd, of Hammond, is
2. TAKE    NOTICE    tnat    Harriethady,  Intends to apply  for
Ford, of  Hammond, occupatiDii  lady,   Umber   license    over    the   tollowlr
intends to apply tor a special timber described lands;
license over the  following described |    Commencing al   a   post   planted i
lands on Texada Island.   Commencing j ^ north-easl  corner of Section 2
at   a  post   planted  at the  south  wes: ; about   tour   miles    south-easterly     i
corner of lol   IE
- ���*_ iwe'i C
leav,
exa
a island, then ie 16 >
special tin
ing descri
Commei
the West
Creek, ah.
looett Riv.
eSouth, OIL
East fort>
and, sixty
mencemei
Date, Octe
r
lie ense over the followed  lands: ���
inK Bl a pnst planted on
bank of Twenty-five Mile
il twei miles trom the Lil-
. thence Wesl torty chainB,
hundred and Blxty chains,
i hain-. North one. hundred
chains   to point    of com-
chains east so chains, north 80 chains, ; chalns
and west 80 ciiains to point of com-| thence
liieliceii.ent. cbains
Bouth, thence 40 chaius < a-:.
160 chains north, th nce b1
west  to point  of   commenca-
October   1,
HARRIET FORD,
Per s. ll. Ford, Agent.
1907.
llle'Ilt.
Novembei
HARRIET
1907.
. . i ,i>.
rora
TAKE  NOTICE    thai     Harried
of  Hammond, occupation  lady,
6.    TAK i'i  NOTICE    that
Ford, of Hammond, B. C   i
Intends to apply tor a special Timber  lady,  Intends t'i apply  for
���r in,
JAMES SHARPE,
1907.
:LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
License over  trie  following described
lands.
Commenclug at a post planted at
thc south west corner of Timber Limit" 9S28, thence  west Si) chains,   lorth
th
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
the under signed, and endorsed "Tender for Detention Building,    Victoria,
I!. C ." will be' received M this off.ee.
' until    Monday,    December-:, 1907, In-
icluslvely, for the construction ot a De
; tention Building al Victoria, B. C.
-     Plans and specification can be Been
ei   anl forms of tender obtained at this
,,   Departm ml enri on application to Wil-
Q sp dn]  Ham HenderBon, Esq., Resident Arch-
toll >'.vi:i ���.' Itect, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notifti l th.-it
' ��� tenders will nol be considered unless
���  made on the   printed   form   supplied,
signed with   their   actual   Blgn-
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
,��^,U..*t.Jt..Tl.,1f<J��_. I'  .". ���'  y   ���'- .", " "  "j "-Ot��JbJfa
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Harri
��� upai i
timber   license   i ver
described lands:
Commencing at   a   pos: 11 tnl
the Bouth-wesl corner of Section T,
shown mi map about half n mile north and
80 chains, east 80 chains, and south joj tlillis bay, Texada Island, lh nceiatiires.
so chains to point ot commencement, east 80_chains, thence north 80 chaina, |    i,;.,;.),  tender must  be accompanied
October 4, 1907. j thence-  wesl  80 chains, thenoe sou  i  ,,v ,U1 acoepted cheque em a chartered
HARRIET FORD,        SO chains to i oint of commencement.  banj{| I1);iil<,   payable lo the order   of
Per S. H. Ford, agent.] HARRIET FORD.    |thl, Honourable the Minister of Public
November   1,   Vri)7
Re lots a and fe, of block 2. sn'odlv-
iSkin Of  penis of  section  ril.   block  5,
north ran i'e-
district.
���I.    TAKE    NOTICE    that   Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation  lady,
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender,    which;
TAK,.  NOTICE    thai    Harrietjwll] bt, forfeited if the person tender-
2,west New Westminster I intends to appply for a special Timbei j Kurd, of Hammond, B, ('.. occupation t inK decline   to enter   Into a contract
Whereas proof of the loss i License over the  following described   lady,   intends   to apply   for  a  special  when called upon to do so. or it' he
Of oerttficate of title number  i:i!)7!�� a,, lands on Texada island.
>r ri"1
I EOT
luro*
ivtv-l
:: '
lssned In the name of Frederick Wil-
U��m;8mitb has boon filed in this
otfloe.
Commencing at a iiost planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit  No.  9828, thence  south  80 cnains,
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall I west 80 chains, north SO. chains, and
��t UtoVexpiration of one month from I east SO chains, to point of commence-
tho date of the first publication here-   ment.
f
0 CJ*' I
Ide
|i
\i,W\
Ot, Issue a duplicate of Ihe  said certificate , unless In the meantime valid
Objctlon '. e made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
tsttktt registry  office,   N'ew   Westmin-
���tor, li. C, Sept. IG, 1007.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
October 4, 1907.
5. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special Timber
timher license over the followin
cribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
40 chains north of the south-east corner of Section 6, eatiout a half mile
north of Ulllia bay, thence 80 chains
north, thence 80 chains west, thencJ
80 chains south, thence 80 chains
east to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November 1, 1907.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
fall to complete the work contracted
for, If tlie tender be not accepted th-1
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
I   ��� Secretary;
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 2, 1907.
Newspapers will not he paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without
authority trom the Dewrtaseat.
BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35'p. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
\V. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash.
IMI
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS VI
_ '.'.���        1
!S
pagf kight ~y
THE  DAILY  HSW8.
�����*��_��.
Building   Lots
Fine residential site on Third
Street, 2 lots on a good corner
for $1,200.00 on terms.    :   :
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapeit
in the end.
106 W
WEDNESDAY
NOV.
BRITISH HOUSE MAY
NEED A NEW PREMIER
Malins, Coulthard & Co. m
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
a ,.-; ibe. collector,
nts were purchased prior
:,   . ��� er 29, 1897, or thai thi  animal
which  the'  skin   W is  iri   n   �� I
ired elsewhere than In pi ihibited
wate rs, entry  wIL    not   be allowe i
Residents who desire to take sealskin
garm, ni   abroad may have the sen.
.vrist. red with the collector.'
The law on whiti. th. above Insti u
applying to t*��*��� Importation "
skins Into the  Unite i States 8
based Ie  very plain.
Corset Demonstration
mH-rnaa     iW     _-, m
Campbell-Bannerman Unfit
for Political Work at the
Present Time.
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WRAPPING PAPER
PAPER BAGS
AND TWINE
#
GET   our  prices
before buying  ||
out of town.
J J. J. MAC KAY & COS|
i m
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
���������������*��������������
���������������
THE BEST-
Cookers and Heaters
In Town, are to be
Purchased at : : :
BRYSON & SONS
London, Nov. m.���Sir Thomas Bar-
low,physician to King Edward's household, made a  lengthy  examination of
the premier, Sir Henry Campbell-Baa-
nerman, at Downing street today, an 1 j
an official  announcement    was subsequently issued to thee effect  that lhe'!
patient's condition was   satisfactory,'
ibut that in  view of the approaching
session of parliament  it is necessary
that he Bhould have some weeks' complete change and rest.    The premier
therefore is going abroad  almost  im
mediately.   He has nol been the same
; man since his Wife died last year, an 1
bis recent acute attack of heart troi-
' ble at Bristol was a signal that his po-
i litical  activities have    overtaxed hia
j physical strength.
It   would   be   no   surprise   to tha
! friends of the premier, who is seventy-
'��� one years old, if much of his parlia-
i ment ary work during the coming season is delegated to his colleagues in
I the cabinet, and the rumors of his ]ios
: sible retirement  from  tln^ leadership
of the Liberal party are revived.    In
, view of bis onclaughts on the House
of Lords it is not thought likely that
he will cure to accept a peerage .nil
continue  in   the leadership amiu  the
less strenuous surroundings    prevailing in the hereditary House of Peirlii-
ment.
C irpi nters are al work building an
Itional office on the top floor ol
ceiurt   bouse,  wbicb  will    be used
the Provincial police.   Tbe ball In the
ne.rib-east   corner  of   the   flat   ri  tne ���
section which  will be utilized.     Another  room  is being  constructed on
the bottom floor for   tb*' use of the j
j em it or.
The
'Eclipse9
Bread
Maker
Simple in Construction
Perfect in Operation
Easiest to Clean
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
Tel. 65
FUKS ARE DESTROYED
BY CUSTOMS OFFICERS
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE i FRONT STEI, FOOT OF SIXTH, HEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
OFHCE
DIARIES
for
1908
AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Holiday Goods Arriving Daily
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
Sec our stock of above before ]iir-
chasing.
Solid Gold   NECKLETS  from  $2.73
to $77.00 each.
Solid Gold  LOCKETS from $2.E0 to
$55.00 each.
We al.-o  bave Gold   BRACELETS; I
prices $650 to $75.00 each.
ami    Gold     BROOCHES,    $1.50  lol
$110.00 each.
W. G. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
JUST ARRIVED
���jpmf-z-
A recent action on the   pari of a
customs officer stationed on the border line between Canada and the United States, wbicb involved the destruc- j
tion of two   valuable'   .sealskin   coats,;
has caused considerable consternation
anions travelers,   it appears that seal- j
skin coats, jackets, capes, hats or sealskins In any other    form, cannot bi
taken across the line unless tlie own r
is able to produce an affidavit to tb i
effect that the seals rrom which thi ;
article is made were captured before
December 29, 1897, or else taken sTnce
in unprohibited waters.
Failure to produce the deolaratioa,
which must, in compliance with O'e
law, be signed by the American consul, will result iii the confiscation an*]
destruction of the garment. No compensation win be given for the article
destroyed. Furs to the value of sev-l
eral hundred dollars have been destroyed during Hie past month, and, lu '
spite of many protests, the officials
continue in their line of action.
In ib.. digesl oi' circular instructions
issued to the United Suites officials
appears the following, which deals
with this particular matter:
"i.i" law expressly forbids the Importation into the United States of
garments made In whole eu- in pari cl
the skina of | rohibited fur seals, and
unless the owm r Is able to estblls'i
by competeni evidence, and to the sat-
Will mix and
knead a batch of dough
thoroughly in three minutes without hands
touching the
dough.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
A fresh   stock of Raisins, Currants, Peels, Spices,
Shelled Almonds, Walnuts, etc., etc.
Also a shipment of China Crockery and Glassware!
ADAMS & DEANS
The  City Grocery.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������< ���
���
Electric Railway Service ii
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stations  will run every half-
hour from 5:60 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 0:20 a. m.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
balf past and fifty mtautes after il
the hour, commencing at 0:30 <>
a. in.
Sunday Service halt-hourly between iriiO a.m. ami Jl p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd t
��>*49****y****ir**y**y****y*H***** ************ fr* ms* ttttm
This is your opportunity to secure 30
acres of fine fruit land, half cleared, house
and barn, good orchard and small fruits
bearing. Handy to mainline C. P. R. shipping point, also steamboat landing.
Good opportunity to secure a profit
producing fruit farm at a reasonable price
and on easy terms.
Price, $2,500
Terms to be arranged to suit.
by the expert demonstrator of a v.
make ol French corsets.
We have made arrangements \ ;, the
manufacturer of this particular line to have
their Miss Winfield visit our store for a
short time in the interest of their high-class
corsets.
The exact date of her arrival
iot yet
For  Short
Time Only
known to us but will be announced later.
We invite every woman to take advantage
of this opportunity to be fitted with a proper
and perfect fitting corset suitable to their
figure.
Watch for future announcements with full
particulars.
W.S.C0LUSTER&Ct
LEADERS IN  MILLINERY.
247 Columbia Street, - - New WestmiiJ
W. K. Qilley���Tel, 122.     Offlce    Tel.   16. G,  E, Ci
Gilley Bros., Lt(
j   . ��� WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B.C1
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tele, Terra Cotta, etc.: Clayburn P'ti
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay. Gartcraig Fire Brick. Live'
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Br "k, Sand, Gravel and Crushed R::
������������������������������������������������������������������������><>���������������������������������������������������������>���
X Evening Classes in  Commercial Branch
i
Will  be  held in Columbian College,
commencing un Tuesday, November 5,
For rates apply at the College.
X  W. J. SIPPRELL,       -        - Pri
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ncia
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AXD PEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
NOTICE.
F. CRAK!
English Watchman]
Two   doors   from   Geo. Arlurns, V*
Ladles' Oold Watches from $,l:|
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watchss, I
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's silver watches, !,j
ROYAL HANK OF CANADA, case, $7.50 up. J
NORTHERN BANK ' ^genl for the celebrated SoutJj
' Watches, supplied   to   the   "fl
���.  Arctic Expedition.   All warran*
After     December     1st,     1907,     I li
branches  of  the   undersigned   Banks,
in  New Westminster, B. C, will not
open for Duslness on    Saturday ov.
QlngS.
BANK OF MONTREAL,
CANADIAN I! W'K OF COMMERCE,
Signs Painted
rii
Chains, Rings, Jewelry. etc.*
i Watch   repairing;    charges
able.
Anywhere     Westminster Iron
J GENERAL MACMINK AM> W
WORK. j
SHIP SMITHINU. HKIl'Hf'ri
STRUCTURAL IRON    VVWj
have  removed to Fourth street   city !    Ornamental   Iron   WorK, In
back of Guichon Hotel. ' I T��������' ��!l,ea- ���^"SKS*
Mail orders nnd {.orrcri1"""
���IAS.  PENNINGTON  ami       . vlted.
JOHN REIP��
BF.ORU-. BTKHIIflT'
New Westtulniuur
NOTICE.--Royal    City   Sign    Wl
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Proprietors.
BEAD THE DAILY NEWS' Ja^���. ����_.�������"'

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