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 ,U,TE SHILES & CO.
i*H|T7 * Phone 85
ASSURANCF
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
fflUMEB COMING
f(j StTTLE IN CANADA
Sl"^ ���'   M     BTBR   H.  C..  WJESDAl   MOR
it ~~
EMBER  -���    '"'
FIVE CEN   ���    '��� II   COPY.
tepodet Declare Dem*   Full  Court  H.ndi  Down Decision  Ac
,,,..,t;S,d  m  Eng- vers,f  to  Ncw Trial- Prison,,  H
mllir, u   '
MUSI P��S 10
LULU mo BRIDGE
FASHIONMU MENDICANT    j FERNIE IS RAPIDLY
TAKEN FROM SUITE TO JAIL      RECOVERINIi FROM FIRt.
inion
lant1-
^     . Alberta.
Not   Known   ,-��� . 0n
-p-ity    Organization     Complains    of
Swell Beggar Who Lived Like a
Prince- on  Borrowed  Monty.
,:,
���_..
:. ���
.
ilan I, is e       - be li
intends to make __ ���    . . .
��� 1*:,     : :
N. w
I  have
an th<    ..    b
-  .
.,  .,-�� i   al
City Council Practically Decides to Accept Two Tenders
For Bridge and Return Other Deposits    Electric
Light Charges Will Be Lowered    Macadamizing Front Street.
a��irjing   business    and   ma ���    last we,
.-..��� sb, .and
��� ,> -.   ':
I!-'       '
--
-.
[fll
affairs.      About ��� u - "   - -���     ���
. ���  ��� J", an sere : ���    ���  ��� ("as
.    tin waj fn ... K '      -'" - ���    Inf,
Thai    It    s  ":    *���'   -;
[1   !  ::,ak<   things   :'":   ���'**������
I i  am  sun   i   ���* ' ��    *���'���'
...
... rs will come
��� and -��� ttle hi re,
\.. ��� rta where
.. .  b :;���   ., suit
- artlng   In  I
..  small  bi ale an I
will hanp on Di c   i-
.
GUESTS OF   MRS   V.    ..CHNSTON
CELEBRATE   CHURCH   JUBILEE
.
...   :.  it  time
.-en !������ iple 1
[ike  ".bos.    il
awaj
ising cattle, bul > ou
���  shi ��� p md :
O   l/oiidon   and
ll  at   the * \-
-,. ls simply bea i
. me  could
,- ,n   make     is
.  ... al.ui | .but < an
.��� ���   1   went     ti
, d wh le
i   and from
.._���:���      ...lies
many   eyes I i*
Btsnerana i know tha:  many peo
in s... I an  al oui to c< m ���
WjSSHNs FiRE   ON
GERMAN    SOLDIERS
.-...-    (Jet man mllit., ��� ��� ��� ���
M thi   .
Johnston   Agni
then    >-
-
ol the ���
Epl    ���
-    ���
.
v.
-
- ...   .-.,.   city
I    tl��     '.��� ; a     -.      ,|1SCIISS
tenders of    the
���: ,    Lll    .        .'*.      h    ������(-   .
*,-.,- ���   m    tenders
"'  ' .   ci with   the
���   -     .      ,.
-.���.;*-
���    .. or,  ,,n the
New  Lulo   Island   Bridge.
in
i, nd   - ' ���   -        ���'""* ma
.  .
������  "   ' di        .....       lhe
���
ell Wo e with refer ���"���������   t<
,i,--'e,     contrac       ���   : t-
dlre<_tor>   publlshen   foi   b ���>������      i   "
bei Inj     Th.   T   logrs pi Ical  union and
i'o -.    Mi 'ter    living
fo ���������    hi  be -    h, world alio
n    ��� bboi  i*'-oei   reputed owner
o   mine   li   Ca   (o nia   Nevada, Colo
��� ���       llaska     is   In  jail    toda
.���'��������� ���_*.        th vagrai -     Th   complaint
, -, b)   Henrj   I   Forbes, head
Henderson's I ��-   '''   Mendlcacj   boar,  ���    th    Char
lei   Organization   Boclet;     wh<
hi     John   D,   Rockefelle    H������     ���
Everything   Is   Hurry   and   Bustle    in
Streets   of   City���Business   Men
Propose   Bu'ldng   Hotel.
li.
tte trades council will    be    Informed} P-**1"-*-*- '-" 'ne BOC,ety*
Foster was arrested las' night it   I
lar-
���
coiinc d	
iiaca th.   publication i -.-... ���   mstgnffifceii Ofroomi    ttheCOr-
wtth H'- ... Co umbiai   ' "'"'    '"'"    ' '' ''    ���''*   unpaid
coteTSa, | ..   :, amounts to $3500. The suite was *pccn
i, ������rr, -.-. ai d   leal        I      ������ t?t 11''**'-
'. i .
special   comn ��������� charge  <
la
���AiBjqn     ���'���'  ���     i*  *i
���   \y ���.
Tin
rooms   wei
.   ��� ��� .      . ;.. II'
*!.,       ��� n    atlon
11 ���       .... oi
freshment    "...       n ������.    a
hli thdaj   c ik,    to , ��� tnnieni ��� b i
���   on,  whi,     a ., iu nded
twenty-flv, to mark the yi
nf   ih,-   life     of     :h ���    , liu., h.
natural...   ent, ��� i ,l  Into the
lecoratlon    of tin
,. ivelled o
i,
In   h�� rn     cats,
��� the  Internal onal
i       >, .    ,     .*-
Mot. ison   ._   i  .     V'am ���
....  i     : . con     ���.,
n ��� ���     S, ai th      i ae '������ -*  �� aa    ti��� e
of
a        62,500
dg   .     steel    ;.'
were five ti the U
S   St.      r    lucts Expert Ci     C mada
Found)    i o.   Canadian    Brldg    ���
Minn, b|ki1'.s Stei      nd J j  Co
an i th,   Midi ihd    Id Idg,   i -     Kan 11
i     .     The in si waa > he lo�� i   t tend
Opium Prosecution.
\ ut of thi   -���-������ ...
..   ���
with ��� _      ���
ask  the    ��� $50 and
......
_    -    _
ig -     cense and
turn to them ���.-...���������
$82 35 ....   STOv.   15   '������       -���"' -    ���"
tO   .la  .    ".,      ��� ���
ag   opium.    Re-1
fei ed        the  finance  committee    to
.,.
Municipal   Debentures   By-law.
\    i -\   .w    was    ��� ��� several
sue of    de-
,.,,,-H ���       it' ���   zed hi    ���  towing
bj h,w..    w :, ,  ,, eel  Improve
the Prince ���.    '*    ������.   on his
Vi ca '������'"        ' ���  ��������� ���
...   elry.
'���������counts ki       .   Fo   er
'���mont,     -       orrowed  In  th,   last
��� aw ch ni -n i'.   ��� ;
'������   t -    eceived abou- $600,
na th, ��� ���    ..������.'!
nd boi Si   ki   i  ���������,	
 'i   '���      -   creditors   - -
John    D. Ro,
. ��� ,.    .    *; 000,000.
.  ���-.  v. -���    ������ h,    la  hean I
ade.   says  h>-  hr,-
w. Gibson, a   ���        ;    0    '     1".
nle, stub's that  thi    cl     :    :-   a hor
���Ibi '������'  lon o  confusion,
although  everything   !*   golni
��� ������'"���'         the        - ���   ��������� ople
nov.   |]   Fe iii,     I ere was before
the   Are.    Thi    ���    ��� ���       are  full  of    a
eonfui ei     ���'   -    I    cks and lumber,
��� -  and cemeni.   There ar   ���
electric lights    I     nighl      : I
.,.-,.     ..       erOSem       ���'
'���'.-���-���    ���- ������     lolni      "������     ofilci
 < verythln
; -  ���       and   hustle,   work   gOliii      '   ti
��� I ���   iam, '" Bun li      i   on wi - I
During the   fir he electrii
light poles and the wires wen dei ���   ���
��� thi     ������������������������       ystem  nr;
- ���  ��� -  ii ��� -'id an a
now as al any ��� lm<  before.
!   ���        -ing a number ol  the  busl-
men of the city will proi ���
���ojeel   v hich   the;   have   had    in
mind   ���      ���-���     time   that   s the ,
tlon ol         ������ nd  hot'-1,    fivi
hiyh. and modi	
NEW   YORK   HARBOR
P< OCKED   BY   FOG
EOUtATOR SAYS HE UN
SOLVF SECRET fll SEX
"
CANADA SHOULD NOT
ABROGATE TREATY
U1   ment. marki '   schools
on by Rus ilan s ild*
London, Noi 23. Editorially h.
Vo, kshlre Posl i ��� en in^ to the
commercial    tn .ry    b< '��� w-, a    Frant ���
and fan,i.la. *a>s. n gardlng  th
'' '" amaMU �� '"   gestion mad,   thai Canada    hould ab
mik'ng experiments,__      , viuiiiitr   troalx    Q|    ,,,,.,
u onlj about $120 i. ss than that
the Canada Foundry Cn.  , .* , all pap ��� I July 27, 190S.   This was to
:,|,|���,in' . of the de-
enturi i,   ���   lxed wen     u
;:,,   Ban   m  Monl ��� a  ;>> V\ estminster,
ToronUt   Viontn ���    v- "  \ oi '��� or London, i       ind. al     e holdi -ion.
In   ft easurar's Office.
, . \. n,  wa* Injured
rogate the ��� xlsting    treat)
-
.. Ill      111    . to
nation    The i -
in-1< ra abovi the
���A le, .;     �� ., , . ,],"\
l,v the ii- v.    one
Referrndum. M^^
Aid, Fadi i   moved    ih,     ai ci ,,! Hn,
ol   th,   ������ nd, -    oi    i be    lui., nation il
i omibci i!o  foi the su1,   -i "��� . and
ihe i lanada Foundrj (',,  for th,    u -
��� icture, as li '���. .i ��� the low t Caua
dian tendei   i It   ���   ��������� Ing i al)  ��� !
11n��� :��� in-.- in,iu ',,,     \ni. ilean    ��� "i"
���*������ "      \ 23.���Incoming
���   -   - up and do	
        ���   ty,     Inconvit ncing
���   - ,.....   of i -, dense
hat envi -���   today.
he   Pent	
oat i unnln; Brooklyn to Jei s, ]
���   i ah  ii". ���   pi, i  toMl,   ���   indlng
Batb rj   teai Ing away    aliout  ftl
,..    , .   gide of her ���
,...,. ii;,i,     ,.,--,-,,,.   . .    on
. i   nom  ��� ' whom were hui t.   Se*.
E.   Castle   Breeds Two   Unknown
Varieties of Gu'nea Pigs Accord
ing to Mathematical Rules.
��� - ton, No.   ���       Fight  ������ ���
���       ���    ���   -ions    -hat     he
-��� ��� ���    ��� '  ti  mathematical    rate
got  rning   reproduction  and   sea   de
��� nation  ol   the    highi        nlmais
Prof, bsoi  wm am E, Castli, oi
thai
_    th
leave ih,  Dominion Irea t., impo e re*|
lallati i    tat .if- <u. Ft anci    ihat  It
would    lr"]
ll.;..
.
I ih ���   tn,n l,
mi,,11,,, i t he ax*
nol   croa
in  the ball i se m-
Mfi? order  and   pro
... -.     The
i ,,..,.     ���; be ��� *
oon to ��� ' lh ai
-.'.   ,,   .ie   :���
'���������   5 ni    .,   ,- - *'
*  . nation      a '���      ��� '.
e sent to 8    Point
,   ,ei, I    '.
ol   tier  nol li< rs    In
.
the mot lui    .��� i      pm     \ |
I'd   lm   io thei   Ini	
no nsi    ������ ���
ille.nl    ll |||     in,   li,.'I),        ,||    tl.  Ifl
���I.,        Ki - .  i
:    -,        h,
i    i 'In ohm., i I ���
M.  I_.  ._ . ��� ,     i-
.v   - .11,
i . ��� ircci 1.1,1''
, ullw ,i     war
a comprehensive program nas uueui'k'     . ip n.  wot
;,,,,i for the Hicks com eri     ������   -       v      <��� ������>,������
Wesl      Kiel       .1     :.    . Oltl, ndlna   Willi
hv Sixth 'i" hi >   pun .
ch,,.. b  P '      !'"ni
in ii b  to he  hoped  thai   _uch  i
will    ���   .i   - . ��� l upon    I' wou i ������'.��� mi -
fori      li   rrom  over)   p ilnt   ol    t/l< ���*���
a :  would  give  noth a
tion  to .    '     ol  France    In
and rivals o| < lanada In i'i am ���
Good  Program   for  Concert.
hi      een
given  iu  th
ChUI , ll       I III ,      e f ning       ll>
��� v oe ouver j UethodUi
choir. Home ot the p lm pa   pleci    be.
��� \>'
mi ig thi  Bn ince com
inittej to   appoint   a
iu u   ��,|ii, Ial   nt the  I     isurer's    ]1 It ���
nn,I  It   S.  Ilo'iv n wa      elected    al     B
of $1 I'h,        ���       . -    ,*    t
it,      ,i.    no�� ipo nted
,i. .   ��� .     i ,.,  ���.-,-, ,, mouth
Munli  cai  Election.
i',, Ung  pi... ri   Bxed    at     the
...i.i    lion hi   he cli       ill, flt'i
Ha ppi   ��� > >   tin    ���   ������
 n   -   ol     . ll ������   "'���i    ""I
. h   sire is,  and   the depui
,,,fi pri       i.   cholen    is   lol
Cap!   P( ele, H   .1   H. Burnett,
li igh Bun and '    W, Qillandi rs
Strut   Improvements.
!������      i-i,-   .... ...     ' ,1   ,~   follows:
bei ���
unnii
SUPREME  COURT   TO   PASS
ON   FINE   OF   $29,240,000
u   propi i'
in.;
\\ ',��� n   tfi   are
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ��� ,i I     ^^
, i. ���      "������ ;*    :
rf'SEP. RIVER COPPER  CO. I ������Com.      When
TO INSTAL ORE  SMELTER    , .). ... '    I
k.i *������ ������t������������>��(���!,���1
Ba
thi
i
uil,I aero
��� ii. -
be
ii   ,,,iiitae
sup
Westmlns ���       ,      hants jai(lew,,h  0B  Tenth    street
8h01,l��1 '       I      ;   ind Fourth avenui
locally.  nntj^^^^^^^^^^J     .., ,
   With t'o-
n |be    h ���
.
.   h II.
.       S.    A.    aVI
vard  university, has  bred two
eraHerry'linVs were compelled to stop I lately  unheard  of vaHi *       -      ��� *
ng Until  the fog lifted. y^
'1 hi     *��� ettlfl h    two nnima
  ...
....  ,  piga are of exi ���    same
er  a     I    ���    ' a I llcted
tvould    be.    H ...
an I 	
���  -    ���'Ul    of    111**" '
ch ' I    ''*���*���    thi
th of hal I   ej .      ��� ���  math
.,,.,.,,.,'    .,,,.,    precise!       | ���    min   '
 vn hew  lighl upon thi
hiiltli s "i animal hi    ' ���
' r I     "    - - Xpi rirni nts    tn-Q
I ���      i upon     i the farthest
In definite!        ' :-     tl     secret
'
\\ gshlngton,     No\      23     ���'	
..,,. ,.,i , ha    s  '   Bonaparte ttle I u
1 ���       ,.,,    writ o	
��� ��� h   di cull  to i evlew th.. i',-1 n
I lha   ��� out ��� Ing l  ���	
Itidge K   M   I .an '"-  In    I ase   In
, hb h thi   Standard I ill compan)  was
IliiPil $29    10 ob chargi s ul       '"'
thi   inti trust  law     I h   ��� ��� a
-i, ,
���_;, tv . fti ial es ' he position   that
��� appeals wns without Jurisdiction
��� ������        I J udge Landis'    decision
lOC.l'.
Iven prefei   ace
.   ti
���
hi
Me
.Sun n    ,
.i
������
.1;,.    on     lUSl     i;
* th   thi    F  '        md VS
:.   ll i      ���     *,       ��� ' x' "
u- workln
.. ���... ��� b  is t'...- gpi lng   ���
��� ,      ... na 'in*   ol   .x .
j, and       -*-��� ��� ��� "
,ii the i ���      ���   ���       '���,jm
tam*a*m,Uk;^\^  _��� ,; I;, ,   W   D \ ft'80N,
Penitenl
ittawa    ' ; '",
H
-
a\ :.��� n   "���     Hearl   l.J
i.    11 i   i. i.    3t at
^H
���. . en
h.-
icholi ,       In    i li
r re. moval
.1
I
.   ���
���
'"E-A-.-AviTS.
FALO, NEW yoke: and
. ., Niagara Falls.
���ies. etc, adBreaa
W.   VAJX
assengfer ami Ticket
ams St    Chicairo. ill.
���
il
I    '	
���       ���
Sof.    cos   of  the   :���'
of ih**  re-
r tb
The a r
-
.    |
Meeting ot Women Voters.
s    ��� ' -   "i    be w  c  t. r.
.     .   ,. made
ot    lh ll   women   vol	
Ihe  !��� si,l  nee tj      I I    R   0111*)     on
' ������   in   view    ,,f    thf
iKiacti ������ ��� ���   election,      it
��� ,,,, ,.,    (,|
b    elt)  m-
���
:-". of ibe provln-
of  W    ('.  T.   V.
he
TELEPHONE  INDICATES
APPROACH   OF   FISH
���
l
'.
ren
should  be    a
Fl ���
I  I- i
...
������
���    -
- ��� mad .	
. -nr
, . ���; n- x( month ���      ������ ;,r
���    ,. ���houib   no rteftnfte   &n\
, ns fiv.-d
The Edison Theatre
ONTARIO   BARS  ALL
NEW   YORK  ANIMALS
Lower Fraser River,
keigkt and P
aSS-
Corner Columbia  and  Begb,e
H,gll ,������,���. Moving   Pictures,   llluf-
Program changed Mos-
Wednesda) and ''"��� ���'������������
K:_
Ni ij
:;nar>
day
e*ger S
^. "Favori
ervice per
te
��� ighl am) passengers to
7 Points i��� tween  New  Westminster
lld.
an-Ker'*, wbMXt daily
l*m-: additional trip on Mondays
uvuu uoc_is_ia_gai
, , ur .    No..   215
,        ,
h���rt. t0 prevent  Mi., spread Into
Canada of lhe foo    and  mouth d
N-vv
'.        ilU,|  penns   .una- and  i  -,ri'''
���   - mm -"���"' "n j;: ih{"\
of .mniai*. fodd-r. manu-
resh bide*   Tu.- ritaatlon
th,,r  not  even doKs. '*<* or hlrcH
'     I      a fl     'I *' '"
ll .-    It., .���',,'���.]    ' ��� ���  ��� 'I    '"
. ,!.,   ii    B it asked  foi   road
���   lots,   N''-
an.i   18,  S   24,
���    -��� . i,
. i   , n.i   I
, .     lb-inn. ���
i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���   :   ,.,   (i|i    - ��� '       Beigi ���
.    .     .-....,���,-       .       .,   , ,
. ,   i      ,,, ���           "    I were today re-
.. .   ,,,ii,ii,   io           ''i'  'i'i-                ' '��� '  )  ���        o   "���   tort    at
bi, h havi    ." ' med   n I sh I .          n  b��ean��e
.,; -.  .,    ���     min ��� .    ���<���'������ <-      bai    -Uitral*
. ,j ha. ��� .��� m lined al Im '*��� l�� (hi ��    m    neiiitrndo,   the
��� i the 9t, teai publli   u             '    ;",r| ! '   "   *""
..r coaxing  rou  Into lh     imposition    i am mm .,     .,��� government
.hli  I an, giving you lhe Rr.-u opportuolty to subscrl^ t0 sish.
Servia   Hides  Htr Treasure.
Nov   23.   Sev
' - I ii, Nov, 23,���Th.. movement of
watei male by Ht-h in swimming is
sufflcli nl *o actuate a ti I, phoni. ani
so t ������ tnlcate    ��� hi li    appt oach    to
 ii n.
A  Noi v jilftn in v.- nt.e  I '     '
hone, enclosed In a water tight
box, which may be Immersed in the
sea, and  i-   connect! d wi-h
the     b- hing       oat.      ia i rdlng      0
the ap]
|i ecte l with
nd each kind
��� < in it    :��� i b   he,
���
Exp ���   ��� i    the
...    ��� ���     presen
herring an thoji
reach   thi    tistrni;   > iui    where
the more subtle tno\        ts of thi  flat
lish are ��� oncerned it la thai
the microphone mny prove 8 useful in-
dlcator of th, Ir whereabout
rn
dtowc : to p��a th*
cas oi
���
BOOKING TO   ANO   Fit*'**!
OLD   COtWTRT
ANf    THREE   KILLED   IN
POINTS    IN    THK.
M ��� -s hf: akranokd at this of-
urnlus leave Wes'hara  Uland "   FICE.
,.., * Fr.dav.  at 8 a.m.;, ,:}.
on  Saturday*,,  leaving.     Km- i
"'10 Pm.. calllnt,  _,_   RtMMlm   a-t' Kn.pn-.-ot of  BrttalB
Of   :
"8vlng at
Retu
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,,,,i,j nol  loss the opportan " "; I-- "<" rh" <:i-ho st. Pierre.
deads     wo,i  ,.,..��� | otl   ' ground lai    ���*"^- *��*��%.  The   French
opartai larsa cuta Into thi   cla ��   h��.  tiaHaft may hav.,, m,i���,
r,��r tl__n_is��lv-M at ;.n., ���to" ���   Ob ,M':I'11
The ("on ,*.    intlelunt'*-  ��"   ���        '���      'int . unninu wi-hldelot.     lhe
lore should Dot tnlsa the opi '      l*** �� v""r ai.piif-atrot   Si
tanpWi of 'he  b.1,-1- and rf�� tr.iv be ����e* at mv office at  ;^.h^
and an, further infotrniitlo,, -ho   mv Wbscrlb��r  wishes  to know.  I -*h;.P"
larti nt my office.
Lftdfel ,., u-ntieiiieii are Invtted to mbsorttf. (Blfned.)
WINNERS OF  NOBEL  PRIZES
UNOFFICIALLY   NAMED
Stockholm, Nov. l':!.���It is an-
nounced, but not officially, that tho
Nobi i prlsea arc likely io b�� .awarded
as  follows:     For chemistry,  Prole.sor
Ernest Rutherford, director of the
physical laboratories or tha rnlvcr*
lit) of Manchester, Manchester, England;    literature,     Vlgernon    t'harles
puUt,  ...      nnt .     Nov.
Elision on the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_.      *Swlnburne:   physics.    Professor    Max
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The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
NOW   SUPPLY
Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal
Direct from the Plant and Abattoirs of J. Y. Griffin & Co., of Edmonton, Alberta.
EVERY CARCASS IS SUBJECTED TO GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
No possible fear of diseased meat; only the best can pass the rigid tests of the Government, a perfect guarantee.
There is no Government inspection in British Columbia; therefore
to know that you are eating carefully inspected Meats is safety
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
&: J6&A**.y
TRADE CONDITIONS
IMPROVE IN CANADA
THE STAGE
"Little  Jchnny   Jonts"
.  rher  1:   a    tascinatlng       mn
���    �� "   I ' 1
��. ���     vt        ���_i t*< :i "l': every!hing that ycung Mr. Co   n
Money is Now Much Easier U-rites that seem i to pi.
Than During the Previous' HiH "Runnln8 ���<" l,tU("
-. ihlm into prominence. "T , Governor'^
MO!lths---Election Helped.   Son"  added   more  to  his   popularity,
. and then  'Little Johnnj Jones" plat   I
him on  th,' pinnacle of _ ucce s ls   i
awa, Nov. 23.���Trade and  finan* | native playwright. Mr. Cohan manages
cial conditions In the Dominion are to-1 to  Inject a   plot  Into  everything    he
���'.   better than at any previous time  writes, anil th. rr Is a rllyme and rea-'
to the statenaent   son for things, and around the *,h le
h>. (veaves a dalightful ;'���<���'  <>r melody
License Notices
i
��� ynop.is    of    Canadian     Nort*vWe__t      N'OTICE I* hereb)   slven     ������    I In-
Home.tead   Regulations. tend   to  applj   ut ���     Ol
Auy even numbered section of Do-l'he Licensing Boai . . he I ;'\ ol
nnuiora ianda In Mauitoba, Saskat-.l_- N'ew Westmin ier tor a --"-new-ia, ol
ev**:i ami Alberta, excepting 8 aud S*. licen e to cell llcytoi - ���., r il ill on '-'������
not reserved, amy be honn-steaded by premises known r__ the Windsor H
any person vito Is the *ole head of a -��� :, ������ i on Colwahia and Begl ������
family, or auy male over is years of n-,-*���;,. [n the said f.:*t>- of N'ew Wesl
age, tv the exienl ol one-iiuarter sec-: min..   ���.-
NOTICE i- hereby -;; ������ a thai I Intend  ;., ;, a    thi   i.  ..���   .- ttlng    '
Licensing  Bout I
v, ,��� itmii itei   fi .    ,   ren
Iii 'nsi   lo     II 1 quoa
. .i.i ��� . a >v. n .. ihe !'''-; ������ ��� Hotel
sltuati I Oti '.������ i it-.H-i ol Bi - -..- in I
From streets In the s.d; i':> of Hew
Westmlnstei
AilPRED _S\\ '���* Vson'.
New >\ *��� st mi n-*tr*.r, Nov. 3, W08.
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT. il
WARNING  TO Pl��**.CMAS��33j
slnci   1902, accordln
of Rudolph Forget, M.P., president of
the Montreal Stock Exchange,    There
Is  a 'broadening  tendencj   vlslhle u'A
around, and  the  indications  are  thai.
there win be a good markel for some
mouths   to com,-.    All   the  banks are
loaning money at   \%  per cent., and,
In ["act, monej has n ver been so easj
w bib-  the country's   crop   is on    the
move,
���   I':,,  confidence Is now pretty well
:���,..,    i.   Forg.     has   no  doubt,  and
with  the effects of Judge Taft's elec-
ii hi in the United 81 ites he i.- o! the
���  i ��� ���] thai monej i indltlons In Can-
ida **U1 lmpro\ e more rapidlj than at
my time Blnce the panic, which upsi i
tAmg-:  generally on  this  side of  the
Uno     The  In lu I   al      ItuatI in    has
ai,, improved In almost all lines in
, ���,,,., 11,    In .- ime " ' '*- the it"':  a e
en  from  25   p     cent,  upward ,
,!,,. previous month.
that la IrreslstlWj fasclnatiug.
"LlttW Johnny Jones" con '-
Thursday, December 3.
.      ���:
Ciun of  ltiu acres.  i��ure or le_s.
Appftntlon tor *ntry must be
made In person bj the applicant at
a DomiMo>n Lands .egaucy or sub-
agency toi the district in  which the
P. C��. WLODEAU.
Ni *  '. estminster, Ntw, 'i. l'.*'1**.
laud is si'i'iitte.   Entry by pr,>xy may,
however.   L��_   made  at   m  age-ncy  on
"The Lion am* the Mouse*"'
With emlched vlguti- "The Li >���,
/,.:    M,)ll,-I'''   will    1
ti: n at  tli   ���,,,: .hot ;ix". :',l.ovi',��j plans
J houae on Wednesda     Dec. 2.    H*nii ,
i B.   Harris  la said   to  ha.ve   le I  n
tall   unflnistKd In  iiis   sap'-emi   effort
; , ]iresenl    diaries    Iv.-m'- �����
drama  with    imcting ti'i-mn. ���>���!.:.   \*W
Harris hai ta ..-���   ad\ mkige ���    he or"
rportunlty to choot ��� the :,, ���  -���   -,., yer ���
two companies fot M,.   ���
:;\.- <v:,-y In 'be company t, ��� ae   i eo
���. -   i, ,i  facl  which aho''-'    ,���",-���*
thoroi ig .1' p.m.
Reports from  the 11
I anj to b, ib - ���
Ll n ad the Hon-- *
complimentary i,-c""
���li ��� in,  enl o ig    __
Co., Ltd
Ni ''"!''!���; '* hereby giktoa bat l Intend 'it- aupily at the n,���*.���'. aittlng of
the Lirtftnetog Board of th* City of
New \1 ���"'a'luUwt.>r for a ii"ena*""ral ol
license ��� teil liquors by tecaM on the
1,,-,'inis. - *-��� '������A.va.n a:s the it' :. M,,r-!.
iitual '���'��� Carnarvon m*h. >'������-- ������
bi reel - I livu i aid ��� Ity of New ^ es ���
minster
('���)   At least) six months' _wt_l<_enc<_ P  C, CAMERON^
Hii'Ti  and   ciiltiiyatlon of thp*ltw��<|  ii*,  -Vs'"-   WestffltlflfttP-t, Nov. 3, ii"v*-
-.,,. i,  ;.,.,,.���  t',n   ."sree   wai.-,
\ tomoatieadei   may, [ft >.*��� m
tf^aAvw, perform) the    requlresti   ra ;���
^certain conditions by the tat,he-,, motn-
^e���^ son, daughter, brotbe/ tw s-Uier of
}tt�� intending bomesteaden.
The hoine"^<si,ler is rejulVedt to per-
ant'ilftwm the ho��i*v_iead dutieM��� ������iiiI-st one
Every aaslgnmeni *
' south  African  Volu i
i lund  grant  iiiuwt    be ���    ,;
i ^.ointment ol a buI
' in' the Conn provWi .
.s'pfcla i attention Is
|Beat.ti_._3 v��l Section 51   the Valim
, iBounti-" -V't, M*"\ which
prei .i-.'--  ksnown  as   tttn   Roya     tt-u ���_   ,.   ,        ., ,.��� ,
'      ,      .'no assi-fmneoU dl the rlfhi  ���   -
lh>:������'���. -iMi:_?.-<i    cornei     -,-f ( ustomi , . .
, , _..��. unteer i��,v ihe .'.("��;���*!iitiu n
lions'  ,**.,i:i,,i.,,- md Columbia street, ju ���
��� flCE Is her<*j  given th'** l In-
*<n.|. ����� apply ai  'i** next. *^it ���*._{ of
{'������!��� Ucensing  Boarfl tor the <'v'v ofl
Xt-'v   Westminster  fo* **   renewal1. ef|
lici <**��� - to. soli liquors i*-* retail <,n
���-.'���-:;-*^*:,
:  ��� oa  duties   by  Uvlng on    fii.-<n. _g
lEUftl owned  s  *���-���.���   \j-.   him,  not'168��j
th ���>��� -. ;ii'y   i   *���'   ,  re      , i   m ���   itp
the-���������.itiaUy ot  ._',.-- '-���',i,'- ������   *****
����w��-c*_m_.pet_cion  In the building   of
magnificent yacHts, Cornelius Vanderbilt. has asi-ed Clyde sliip builders to
estimate for a magnificenl  yacht   of
11600 tons tn \if readj nexl Keason.
J
WOULD FORCE TRAMPS
TO LABOR ON FARMS
Ni i.   York. Nov, 23.���That mos'   *of
*;,,   unfortunati s wh i  _tand Bhiverlng
New York'B bread-line waiting  tot
KII'.L AU
ii
dr; bread and a < ip of coffee, are
Uavj .in.; professional boboss who
WOuld um work If employmeni waa
offered them, Is the opinion of T. V.
Powderly, a governmenl labo agent,
who im** madi a study of condition
here al close ran.;".
Mr. Powderlj   has    BUgge3ted
n,,, gtate purchase farm.-, when
professional r< Ivera of charl
be forced to work.
flO  Bi rvlCfl there,  his
them   in   the hands  0
state department
corn ���lion.
l"
Jl -.
tz:posing An Executor
7���Cain;
8���Roj
��-�� In making your will THE CHOICE OF
AN EXECUTOR should engage your
thought at least as much as the division
of your estate.   Advise with
THE
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
Hum. Office: NfW WESTMINSTER, B- C.        Write for parliiolars.
J. MART, Managing Director
NOTICE ;    i':.-*',.   given that I  li
tend  to apply al  Ihe nexl  sit<4a?g
tike   Licensing Ekwfcd   of  the  Citj
;>��������   \\',--,iii'ii*Mm'   ton-,   ���"������' vt ��� -
,,;,i,,,-<o(tie  e'Venlng  dresses and
waists;   washes   well  and   wears
well; 27 Inches wide, per yd 65c
Bordered
Kimona Cloths
Exceptionally attractive A"'-
erlcan Flannelette known as
Buperflne flannel owing to t'ne
finish, 'i'liis material comes '"
neat patterns; is lir, Inches wide
and has a 3 1-2 inch Paisley
pattern border on on, s'd��* <m-
ly, which proves B dainty
trimming for front collars nnd
cuffs of garment; colors are
sky, navy, brown and cardinal.
Per yard 25c.
the .-a "i'is, 'A New \Ve_tWtaBter
New  \\ ���*���',,,>?v*-tt'T. Nov. ::,  IBOH
Notice i-  I,,.,���'���.!>������ given that'   *e Intend ;" appl; :,�� il.,- nexl .-.i*tiiii_".-.'i th,.
Licensing D����-di tm the Citj  ol ..
.Vestraln8t, .    ���,������ .,. renew al of   I *��� I ���������
�� s< I! liquors by to Ial] on the , ������''-���;-
��� ��� i Kn m u   ,     ���-,    Rolbrook    ii.'.'i'-.
ia ���  '.  OU   Pi ,1 f     i ������ -;
1-1I1X  M-XtVI-l"    ..      '   M,-I)(IXA..    i
weight, running from 2 1-- to
ii 1-1 lbs, eaeh. Ask to see
them.   Each   ..    $100 to $3.50
"Utute s.'i'ttU ,ln- atvMe-l      r��ogni!
li ' the   D-'^'Utm-'ii      ��l     *    ;r
ivi'V ii Is nc-** ���xecutei'- md date- aj
the  date  of   ��rh* warra'" for the
grai 'dssued U.' the Miu -;:
and   fefence Iri'-Mvor ol " !
l. \v. GfflflBHWAY,
CommfaSHwl - ���    '���    ��� ' 1
Land     ""v*
28th   Bi   ������'fiii���"-"���    I   Vv
���ROFEES!'"1!'1'-**-
A SPECIAL
Cashmere Hose
FOR LADIES
3 pair for $1.00
One special lot of Ladles'
Black (Embroidered Cashmere
Hose, and Plain Tan or Black
In a very good grade of Cashmere. Sizes S 1-2 to 10 incbos.
Specially bought and specially
priced 3 pair for $1.00
.1,1.-.,���
Inn,lies, fancy or
designs, covered
taffeta   All   one   pi
with    ���
7;:
A PURE SILK
Crochet Thread
5c
per spoo
Specially  reduced  fron
per spool to
/
per spool In "
der to clear out soul- 50 or '
dozen.    You  might as well "
this pure silk in place of -':
lne wheu you have the   opportunity lo buy at the same price
Spools  arc the  same  size.
shades.    While  they  last.
be per  sp
OP'
W. S. Collister & Co.
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esoav.
N0V. 24, 1908-
THE DAILZ NEWS.
THREE.
w$
The man, who thinks he
can't afford to be well
dressed, certainly ought
to find out the prices for
ft
Progress Brand
Clothing
LUMBER MEN FEAR
REMOVAL OF TARIff
Portland Timber Man Much
Alarmed at Prospect ---
Sees Desolation as Result.
>i
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Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO.,  New Westminster
!   .. XMAS   GOODS ..     1
,             ______                                                         ,
|    we are now prepared to show you the largeBl Xmas Jewelry Stock *
��� ,.. : Id the city.    We have now the very article you hav ��
��� , . : that Xma.-t present. If you do not. wish to purchase lm- *
Inn .-.ill put any article to one side for you. ���
} l{,::. hal by making your choice i irlj you ha. i full rangi ���
J led from. J
W. C. CHAMBERLIN Th'*���-��**"" j
J    -  .     ent for the Longines and Hamilton  Watch  Mi \    tents. ���
{��������_<���.���*��������� ��������������������������������������� ������������ ��������������������������������������������������*������������..������ t
Nov. 23.���Just  how  much I
imb, rmen fear competition
lr"!"   I Columbia  In   case    thej
1*',it' ' ' : i- removed, is shown]
view    today    with   W.  G.
Howi ... ;���;���... own( .-  0f port-'
land, who   aid:
"If th,   luty on lumber is taken off
in response   o  the demands of some:
j eastern theorists, the timber Industry
of the northwest    will   be  paralyzed'
and evei    n  .. and logging camp will
be shut down. The $2 a thousand duty,
���    ���  en profits  ou  its   manu- j
facture, and it can be easily seen that j
men an   not going   to    manufacture |
lumber  without  some  profit.     Shouldi
t.i,- $2    ,   taken off Canadian lumber j
will swamp  the markets of the east,
and   a -    h, re   will be   none   shippe I
from   th     i nil.-,!  States     to     foreign
countries   the   woods of  Oregon    and i
Washington will be given over to soli-;
thej  were before the .-��� Ivent i
of th        It,    Into Oregon.
"Tha   th re Is danger of lumber   i -
Ing place I on ihe free li it Is evident,
efore  It   behoves , very   manufacturer ol   lumber, and every  own t  uf
-  :i_   camp  in  the  northwest  to
I,., on ert * i averl the < alamity "
HENRY'S
i 'i ��� iti i Stock.
SeedsAI"rees, Plants,
\>;\l    GARDEN
;.v   .      ,   CONSERVATORY.
vai I ties; ri asona - e
;:,. borers,   scale    or
lama   i itock. No
annoy  you.
���  lol of fruit tre, a
;. .  thi    fall    trade,
'i Pear, Plum    and
Cla i \p|ile. in Ii ading
I,     small     fl .I
home grown and
at nn from bear-
H  n Bulbs for fall
; ui - ��� ���    grass    -������',-
ill lock     Jtuy    dlri   '
thai grows.
Bee     Sup, Hi
il , Cul    Flo - ���
Catalogue Free.
M.J. MENRY
Greenhouses  and   Seedhouses.
'-  Westminster  Road.
��� ������'* COUVER.
. South Van*
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REFERENDUM MUST PASS TB
ENSURE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
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PENITENTIARY   SUPPLIES.
Flour.
Sealed-tenders, addressed  "Inspec-   ', .... ,,,���,!
chlnei \   ha exniut <*'11  Bl .nun.
pa of Penitentiaries, OUawa," and
endorsed "Tenders for Flour." will
ie  received  until   Monday,  30th  No*
Grand Trunk  Ry.
.ember, inclusive, from parties desirous of contracting for tin.* supply   of
Hour   u
mil  30th  November, 1909,  for
the     undermentioned     penitentiaries,
. as grant   '   nudi i  tha - . ier\ Isiou
haii i.ian ,,i the pai ki c immltte.*,
.id  Garret
U,   \v.   ilu ihat i   ,1'   w   attention   lo
' ��� the ,l mgt i oi ��� ugiues on the G. _���_. R
namely:
Kingston Penitentiary,
nail, neai tht Brunette saw mills, to
,,.���1 sons ravi Hing on ihe level cross-
[ji        ,,, |  thi   ch i ���  was instructed to
C    ,,      T Kln����ton '���"i'"!"i:l,'>'- ;i,  .,���.  ,��� authorities on the
���Jttllent Train Service Between       St   Vincent de Paul Penitentiary,       ^^
Dorchestei  Penitentiary,
Manitoba P< nltentlary,
British Columbia  Penltentli
Penitentiary,      Edmonton
fcgo, London,
Fl       ���! t- British
-amilton, Toronto,   v
Montreal. Quebec,        I >������<���'<���-
D   d     j   n    a       *�� for,n of oontract' *���-- be Iurn-Bned
Portland, boston, ������ apPucat to the wardens of the
matter.
The following accounts w,
for p    ni"'"'
Finance
F.     al.     Hi. 'V      CO,
Forms of tender and Information as  '������ H
ed
To al
���Wall the ,
ONTARIO
pal business centers of penitentiaries,
Fire.
.$1L5.00
89.U0
.$18*1  00
*:::,:,. 10
;    81.15
.$476.25
i
.$  18.02 j
Board  of Works.
EBEC a���d  the MARL DOUGLAS  STEWART,       Roy.. Cl.     Plnjlnj   JUJ.   ���
"ME PROVINCES. ; QE0  W   ,VUVS0N'.    1MR>
;.', O, NEW yORKandl -���Pecl��" '!    Pf tent,R',e8'!
,KUl"-iiniA, via Niagara Falls.      Ottawa  October 20  190.
'"' -1'"" Tables, etc.. aifflress        _         - ,   liih|l ,,,.,,
GEO, w. VAJX. _,,
v.';AA"'l Passenger and Ticket  Tkp FnUOTI       lie<ltTC  ONTARIO BARS ALL
*""'���      ' lams st. .Chicago, 111.      lllCLUIwU   lircauw new york animals
~~ Corner Columbia  and  Begbie. ^ ^ ^    ,.-;1||s.   On...   Nov.   23.    E*
Uwcr Fraser River! High Clasa Moving PlctuVes, illus., traor(llnarj precautions are being
IJ . , * aSer I^1 e L-,,,1 Songa Program changed Mon- ���,.,��� here to preveni the spread Into
TreinKf J "D trated songs,        i rainda 0f the foot and mouth disease
tht and  PaSS-       !day, Wednesday and Friday, J^ prevalent 'n the sta.es ol   New|
en^er Servi
ce per
irite
*   "i'i; frelghi and passengers to]
.,, ''J'""s  """een  New  Westminster
, w*W��Uin Island
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
UQlittPc^c*
v,,ik and Pennsylvania, and a strict;
tmbargo is being i|l!1(Vl1 on ������������ Bhlp"
������.���,. of animals, fodder, manure and
fresh hides. The situation is so serious that nol even dogs, eais or birds
are allowed to puss the frontier.
�� Hrael'Tnan-Ker's wharf dally
" "������>���.; additional trip on .Mondays,
im' ni'"K leave Wes,hain lslund 7
a,(,n.'(''" 'vcept Fridays at 8 a.m.;
a. A'"i:i1 trip on Saturdays, leaving
���,.,.���     .vv   THREE   KILLED  IN
BOOKING TO    AND   FROM   AM, thi*
It
I1 in..
,
"""���in offer.
calling ai  Stevesum as
C.  P.   R.   COLLISION
.- Three
men were MW 1" !1 collision on the
"���'ick i* j si*:     -�����*.
IN -
:   ���*   I  L   V        ,*4   E   W   8
POINTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTRY
CAN   HE  ARRANGED AT THIS OF*      pontyp00ii    Qht,    Nov.
C. P. it. near here this morning, owing,
Empress ol Ireland,  Nov,  13. \q ^ o]i(,._ swit(,h    A (,OI1,,,��� header
Empress of Britain  "v" "   fre|gh1 crashed inion suandlngfreight
Empress of Ireland  lJ Engineer Findlay; or Toronto Junction,
, narticulars,    Fireman Sweet, and Brakeman O'Con
For other dates and parnc ^ ^^ me��   ^ |..()n| nnglna ,���
apply '" _   ,,,..,-. ,-,- the double header was smashed duo
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C v I* aceat. i,scrap Iron.
PROSPECTUS
Pitt Lake Brick and Cement Company, Ltd
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Having been authorized by the Company to sell stock of the above Company I hereby submit to the public
the following particulars*. Capital, $100,000.   One thousand shares at $100.00 each at par.
criptlon list is opened todaj for J30.000 only, there being applications already made for $40,000, ani
the list will remain open for ten days, when it will be closed. Should the amount be over-subscribed by the
public, there will be Issued to the subscriber hla proportion of shares applied for.
The following gentlemen  have interested themselves previously to the registration of the company:
E. J. Fader    $20,500.00
H. P. Naylor    10,000.00
Dr. R. E. McKechnie, Vancouver     1,000.00
B. P. Bishop	
Dr. ,1. \V. Thompson, Vancouver
W. H. Keary	
T. S. Hall, M. 1)	
W. G. Schroeder	
J. E. Allan  	
.losi-ph Reich.-nbaeh 	
ster,
1,000.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
100.00
uOO.OO
500.00
: ,      e  If  the  fi ���  ',     s re
nt ��� ;���.���'.-     : .   now  ��� ha    ther,   v. u -
er I ,'i otection   in    addlti
halls an 1   reservo r,    The  mayor and
Al l   lar,une, v, ho introdui ed tb.- mo- j
- Ion, I ni li suppoi ted   he idea.
Georgi    \     ithnoi drew att, ntlon
.,   condition of about 300    feei    of j
tht  dyke road towards the North Arm
��il.   it th    i :. : "i' lhe gravel road on
Lulu isiaiid, the onlj avenue available]
ui him an i '   lieis,   This was   ��� '������  i   I
. the ; "a d ol woi k_s to- report.
John   B,   Rushton  asked  to   be     ip
ali !   assist .ir   rl- i k  ;n   iii.- treas
���   -    :i.i ���   , ..   the  promo
: tlon ol  ii. P   La hum to bi
Rec, Ived and 'J-
Vn anon; mous i onti. iution    signed
. . i  ���     iva      ei        .  > .< l'ng    "   ���
,   to   the   at ��� il ol   sta ding at i mi
no ,.i i '1.   u  ' .i.- citj  mal .-��� ts. Th�� let -
.   .. ,1 ami li'.  :.  �� Ith pow,
���ii a, I   , onf< rred on chaii man i >l
na    ���    ��� ommittee.
rh,   i   i tesi     ol    the   A   -uii.ii-
foi     ,,. ���    the  ma-
Thomas Freeman  300.00
T. S. Annandale  500.00
Percy Shadforth   500.00
John A. Montgomery  300.00
Charles E. Doherty    500.00
Mrs. F. P. Bishop  100.00
Miss Eagle  100.00
Edwin R. Fitzgerald      ���.... 500.00
While & Shiles    oOO.OO
N'O APPLICATION WILL BE RECEIVED AFTER TEN DAYS FROM THK ABOVE HATE.
The offices of the Company shall  be at  the Northern Crown Bank, 24S   Columbia  Street,   New   Weatmln-
B. C.
Present Directors of the Company are*.
E. J. FADER, Lumberman,  Presio-nt and  Managing  Director.
J. REICHENBACH, Whole-ale Meat Merchant, Vice-President.
J. E. ALLAN, Bank Manager, Secretary-Treasurer.
H    P.   NAYLOR, Vice-President Berg Machinery  Manufacturing Co.
W.  J.  WHITESIDE.  Solicitor.
BANKERS���NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
The  Solicitors of the Company are  Whitaside &.  Edmonds,  New Westminster,  B. *.,.
Any person subscribing $500.00 oi over may become a Director of the Company upon application, subject
to tin   approval of the Hoard.
II Is proposed to issue the stocl. on the Instalment plan, 20 percent, npon application, and 20 per cent,
monthly until fully paid.
propertj   the Company pro     ���     :,, takeover is.  Known as Timber Berth No. 400, and situated on Pitt
I.i'i... covering an .,.������   ol  214 acres tributary   to   N'ew   Westminster   and also two  mineral claims situated    in
niddle of -"aid property, covering an area of about 3000 feet by 1500 'eet wide, am, known as the silicon
Mini Claim No. 1. and Silicon Min al Claim N'o. 2, which when Crown granted entitles the Company to all
the min, ral rights therein under the Laws of the Provincial Government of British Columbia. The timber berth
cov.t .01 the rights to all the timb.-r thereon the said area mentioned which has abundance of timber to sup-
pi)     i   plant "i'i: : iel and timber for many  years to come.
The property is situated adjacent to the shore of Pitt Lake which is a distance of about twenty-eighl miles
from ��� Citj of New Westmnister, and affords navigation all the year round for steam boats and river boats
and barges and has an Ideal harbor win re the said plant will be erected to operate on the ground. On this propertj there is a large deposit of clay of a cement nal ire which is very accessible the bench of ciay '.eing over
':!��� ���  high a o ���   the level of the water, which affords easy access to ex.. ,-atiou.    The clay bank mentioned
twe n 2000 and   1000 feel long om 300 to 800 feet wide-and affords a   natural   incline  for  transportation
from tht   bank to the plant which will be a distance of about only 400 feet from  -.be lake shore.    The  clay has
lie,-n thoroughly tested  by  the B'^g ilachinerj   Manufacturing  Company, of Toronto, which w,as reported on in
reto ���'- fo Iowa by H. P. Naylor.
Th,   Piti  Lake Brick ,v Cement Company,  Limited,  New  Westminster,  B.C.
Gentlemen,   1    hereby    beg   leave to report to you that I hav,. on the 4th day of October, lbub, examined
the        .. a ...   u. nl oned in your prospectus on Pitt Lake and ha        and the material on the property to
be    ��� same a   that -��� nt to us tor testing by Mr. I'.. J. Fader, of New \Ve3tuilnster, which has given the following
r< that is to sa;      Some few  months ago -.uni,les were sent to pui Toronto plant by Mr. E. J. Fadei for
,.-.-���   ,.    We found on analysis that ihis clay contained properties of a very  unusual  nature containing  almost
miieral nect - arj   for the making of Portland Cement    W_ found l>j   drying in a rotary kiln and  | ilver-
ing that we could make*   brick from it  without burning that was  superior in our opinion  to any
���li  in ,, ::.. .i   d  In Canada, being perfeel  in appearance, exjtremel;   rigid and of giv-at   fire reslstanci     and
, non   <     is  such as we have furnished  the  Pitt   Lake   Brick and (.'���ment Company and    stamped    "B< 'g,"
, ,     .. My Company, namely the Berg  Machinery Manufacturing Company, Limited, has guar-
1 ;,,   be Pitt Luke Brick a*. Cement  Company the manufacture of tho*.,- brick at a cost on the ground  not
to exceed $4.00 per thous md as ; ��� i ��� xhlbit.    The 'nick was tested iu  the School of Practical Sclenci ol T n nto
th,   ,        lng te.l 1.740 lbs. to the square inch. (Sign d) 11. P. NAYLOR.
Vice-President Berg Machinery Manufacturing Company.
The following is ih    ���    i  lol   i   O'SulHvan as to 'he lire test: Vanoouver, B. C., June 29th, L908,
ll.  i. Fader, Esq., Net.  Westminster, H. C.
in .,; sii     l beg :.) reporl thai tht     resent silica brick submitted by you for fire test was subjected io a
���    heai m m)  wind furnace i.e., to   ,  temperature ranging    etween i300 and   1400 degree  centigrade  or -.72
to 2552 degree Fahrenheit tor i ;4 no.u*a without disintegration,    rhe onlj effect of tb..- great heat was to i-ua-<'
a slight crack in tb>' brick due iuainl>  to lhe escape of steam from the water of combination of tnc plastic ma-
lal ol the brick,    In my ,,pinion ,, building constructed of this brick would  withstand  the destructive  action
of fire, and can therefore be u t l with perfect safety.       Yours faithfully, j, t.i 'SULLIVAN. F. c. 8.
I; can readllj bt seen from the above reporl thai the brick Intended to be manufactured by -.he Pitt Lake
ltiicla & Cemeni Company, Ltd., can b< placed on the mark, t at such a price that uo other pressed brick manufactured in Canada can compete with it.
li is the Intention of the Companj 'o proceed with the erection of ihe plant at the earliest opportunity
ami plan- tli, ni,i. upon ih. null.,-: ol British Columbia and other places where a market can be had. Mr. E.
.1. Rader has agreed i<> sell to the Company the whole of his Interest In the said property as above mentioned for
ih, sum Of (30,000, payable as follows: $2000 in cash, and ?2S,000 in stock in the Company. Apart trom
ibis Mr. K. .1. Fader subscribes to the Companj for $20,000 treasury stock, which hi agrees to pay within two
j, ars,
This proposition, withoui exception, Is believed by most expert men to be one of the best brick propositions thai has been placed upon the local market, considering the fact that the brick in question is a waterproof brick, which as fai as we know, cannoi be found In the whole Dominion of Canada, and has all the qualities of a tirst class Brick.   As you wlll note   trom the  above report by   Mr.H. 1". Naylor, it has a crushing test
test of 3740 ] ids to the Bqtiare inch, whicb it is doubtful    if any other brick   made   ean   equal,   Apart trom
this, ii is a handsome brick and will make �� very pretty finished building,
The BUascrlbej can easilj Judge from the ,om of the manufacture guaranteed by the Berg Machinery
Manufacturing Company, nanielj $4.00 per u whai an enormous profli there musi i. made from the proposition,
��� ,Mi.--i,i< rum the faci thai om local pressed brick and Seattle pressed brick is placed upon the market above $30.00
., thousand, places us In ., position ub you wlll readllj see to cut those prices in two,  if necessary,    and    then
make 300 per ceni  oa ��*     i  nnd i  .,.,' no reason why tho people ol New   Westminster  should  permit   thei
outside public to taki up ihi.- itock when thej have ai their door a proposition which cannoi te surpassed ay
.my which have been formed In British Columbia. I ban-already fosmed several companies here thai th^ pu .
lit nt New Westmlnstei know, and hav.. made for foreign capitalists enormous sums of monej which reallj
should have remained at homi This is the firsi time thai i have formed a companj In New Westmlnstei andl
asked the present public ta subscribe, anil I wanl you to plainly understand thai I am not doing s,, with the ���'���-
jeel of coaxing you Into thi proposition, i am merely offering it to you as a good, solid, bona fide Investment
.md l am giving >ou ii,. lir ; opportunity io subscribe und at the same time knowing that the stock will be
readily subscribed within thlrt; days In the East I therefore consider thus,, who have the money to Invest
should not lose the opportunltj a- ihere Is noi the sii^hiesi doubt that this Company win pay enormous dhi-
deiids. Work commenced --"i the ground lasi week, and a gang of m.-n is now clearing a site for the plant and
opening large outs Into the clay, so ihat visitors may hav.- an opportunity of visiting thr property and Beelng
for themselves at auy time.
The Companj anticipates bavin.; the plant running within six months irom the above date, and vou therefore shonUi  not  miss the opportunity <��f gating in your application at  an earjy date.
Samples of tha brick snd day may be seen at my office at ihe Northern crown Baink. New Westminster
und anj further Information thai any subscriber Wishes to know, I shall be pleased to give them such particulars at my oO'lce.
Ladles or gentlemen are invited to subscribe, (Signed.) k. J. fader. Promoter.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND CEMENT   COMPANY,  LIMITED.
To the Directors of the Pitt Lak�� Brick e\ Cement Company, Limited, New Westminster, b. c.
Gentlemen,���] hereby make application for  snares In the above named Companj of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, and r. mu, st you to allot m.. that number of shares; and I hereby agree to accept
the same or nny Himllar number that may be allotted to me, und pay for the same as follows:
Twenty per cent ofl the signing of this application; and 2o per cent monthly until paid.   And I authortsi
vou in register me as ihe holder of iv ��ald share*,
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THE DAILY NEWSJ   )
lislung   Company,   ^^^^^^^^
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front j ���
streets, New  Westminster. B. C.
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E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
there are of profitable settlement and
 investment in the Fraser Valley. These
Published by the Daily News Pub-1laUer are more suitable and certainly
Limited,   at   their j nll"'u  cheaper  thun  anyUiinn else  on
llvitish Columbia ccast and every,
one should know it.
I trnsi that the publicity association
will also be represented .and arrange
 [tor the distribution of suitable literature;   but above all,  the  city council
���_N,o^'feaET> !slli"'"'   S"''"'v   a   ,0Cat5on   B6C0nd   "J
~X.'^rw^.��. - none and shew the public what can  | b
 1 turned out in Cruit, lumber and (ish,
N'ow is the time for New Westminster to push herself to the from aud
acquainl the world with hei- possibilities.
"BUSINESS MAN."
Vancouver, Nov. 23, l!?08.
TUESDAY.   NOV.   24,   1908.
FOOD   OR   WORK.
Get the Habit! a* h-H-I-I-M- -H-H-H-K-l*
"GET
THAT
HAPPY
LOOK "
by dt ilin'g at "The Fair."
Special   for   Today���"Postal"   Linen
Letter   P.a-ls.   15c   each.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
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Kngland has a serious problem to
solve just now, that of the unemployed, and the Government Is persuading municipal authorities to nn-
dertake useful works within their
bounds and ar,- willing to guarantee
to the extent of 11300,000 any loss accruing on account, of unskilled labor
being employed upon such work-.
While such guarantee may appear
to relieve the government of any responsibility for the suffering being
experienced by the unemployed and
their families, it does not put the
much needed bread Into the hands of
the famishing thousands, neither does
ii  provide a remedy for the   poverty
Funeral of James Hutchinson.
The funeral of the late James
Hutchinson took place j sterday under the charge of the Fraternal Order
of Eagles, of which deceased was a
member. The interment took place at
the Church of Kngland cemetery. Rev
A. Shlldi'ick officiating. There were
about fifty-seven members in the pro-
cession. which was headed by the i itj
band of fifteen members, playing
luncial .strain.-, Including Chopin's
funeral march. Thi pallbearers were
R. .lohnston, A. Haines and J. Rober ���
son, of the Eagles; and F. Howard, J.
New Westminster T
*\Ve buy for cash    and sell for tht
PRINTING
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS    '
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR IWORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
tl
same.
TENDERS
Tenders are invited for the grading
of gas holder site, per cubic yard.
For details inquire of Mr. Renni .
secretary, care Vanstone Heating &
Plumbing Co.
ROYAL CITY GAS CO.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone "SSS
'M,-I"M*,I"I**1,'*'I�� ��H��**j~j.4.a^..?.^_,j..j.
AlexJ^ck's Sporting Goods
ciuns and ammunition, footballs,
umbrella-, typewriters, fishing tackle
etc.- and all l*:n'is of light automatic
machinery repaired.
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on the Wheel."
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse power engine.
i* j    One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
* i     Ms,, a good assortment of new and
*_*
.��.  second hand goods,
f!
I,      SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block,   Near Tram  Office.
ph,me 275.
THE ==
Royal Cafe
(Late I.-, i
Ent,
tlre'y   New   Management
Proprietress,     MR���       . ���
nHi>-     ARCHER
(Km
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
i-is on the
Game and fowl
which,  like I ,11-''a'.-,  -������ms I hav,
taken a thorough hold on th,   British | Woods and G, Price of the Bartenders
iii u ses.
like the
union.   The service of the order was
i-i'n.l by  President   H. J. Clink, and  'J.
Robl .  chaplain.
There   were a    large    number    of
li appears to us very nine
shifting  of  responsibility    from    the
shoulders of the government to those
of others less able to cope with    the  flowers, which included the folluwin
extra  expenditure    needed    on    these
works, which the municipalities could
do  without   in the  lime of    de-
Social reform lias not had
ex-
became
Wi
pression
ibe impetus given it that was
[jected when John Burns
President of the Local Government
Board, Neither does the Labor Party
from which he sprung offer anything
in the shape'of sound counsel to its
representative In the Cabinet, but
rather chides him on the fact that
nothing has been acompl'shed to
bring about a better slate of things.
Failing anything else the Economists
fall back on the habits of the working class and the consumption of Intoxicants a- being the reason, but
th,-;, are unable to offer a solution, for
the extremist's demand for curtailment
of his privileges at mice tin,Is its r, ���
,1 u.f ia the vote nf the working man
who ��i: brook no interference with
ei oi hi I ��� er, and the b>e-
ii tlon - how .. (lovernmi :r
did ii - s iii. ���'! Ing restriction to fa I -
like nine pin ���   the indignation
of tht   eleel u i  ���
Tii ��� drink  -i i< -.. n  Is  onlj   an   ��� x-
...     , gei aw a    i..'!,. the n al Issue,
which to our   i he    extremes,
.   rich at     lh    verj   poor     ll
ii... i  .   '���  tht   old fi .: la
.    '    ��� .       i       -i    ih,   ..
11   ...  '.,, .In, si   abllitj    ot
rlstt 'r.at,    ������ :; ch    has    bro
..,..    . ii   . hal   the  worKeT
���   .       himself to   at ���     a
Bet     !" Id, or i ipply 1
he old   a.i. - .'���,
���    ���   ,   .     , ��� ,
is nol   ma le It    ts
i   ?L    :.:. 1 . ���������    :  enues of I   lie,
*    It ills ..;,.   ��� ������-  on thi   glo 1, ;
' -he   j,ast       - '"������''     when    it
toll.-
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce, heart: (iilehrUt
and Murchle, cross; B, White, spray;
M. Humble, spray; V, Bray, spray;
Mr. and .Mrs, Howard, cross; G. LS.ow-n,
spray: Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, -pray;
.!. A. Rosengren, wreath; Mainland
club, pillow; G. Price, spray; Eagles
order. Peters and Hogan, Bartenders
union, Miss Fur, Wilberg and Falch,
.Mrs. Cot a, wreaths.
D. Murchle carried on; the arrangements,
NOTICE
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
All members of New Westm aster
Aerie Xo. 20 are requested to ittend
the regular meeting on Tue 'in evening, Nov. 24th, 1908, wh.n not nai in
of officers for the ensuing yeai will
take place,
H. SCHOFIEL1
.-
fonfectionary
We have just put in a
new line of Candies of
all kinds. See our show
case.
We handle the
SUPERBA
CHOCOLATE
Finest quality;
Any flavors.
Everything fresh and
clean.
HOWARD &
MUIRHEAD
Columbia Street
CHOICE   MEATS
AT THE
Breakfast.
Lunch
Dinner
Meal  Hours:
6 ''* 'I a. ,���
11:30 i ,   ���      ;|;
��� 30    ,  ,
������iK'ht   Refreshment
Ordi rs at  all
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.      ;;���.
trance Columbia nnd a
(' O. Ilox   474.
Tel.
Estimates   Submitted.
Central Meat Market   ..w
Corner Elghtb St.  and    Fifth  Avenue
PHONfe  K70
BOWELL  &   ODDY.   Propria.or.
estminster..
Iron   Work.
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufaci
 ,, Wrought    iron   Gates,   r-encea,   CrsJ
���_ ��� in9s.  Balcony  Railings, and      L
C.   Hambcr F e Es"<-
General Machine Work anJ
BLACKSMI THING
ACCOUNTANT  AND  AUDITOR
The Malleable
Sole Agents
Notary   Public Conveyancer 	
Room   10.   Brine   Block offlc*- ���"���d  Worki:
NewWestminster P. O. Box  795   fenttl StrRHf,      ���       KeW WfiStml
& CO, IF. CRAKElafe' * w
n.:��
���__ ���
a Hardman.  a. James, j. Mcciughan     English  Watchmaker
STOVES.       TINWARE,       PLUMBING : Two   doors   from   Ceo.  Adam*,   Croc
AND   HEATING.
Front Street    Trust Blocl
Telephone 54.       B
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Ladies' Gold Watcnes from  $12.75 up
Gentl��men's    SU v er   Watch*"    open
     face, $6.00.
 I   GentlPmen's Sliver  Watcnes,   dcubU
P   O    Rn    fifil   case' ���J7-50 '*!������
* J' B * oc      Agi-nt for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to    tbe    Welhnan
Antic Expedition.     Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewpiry. etc.. etc
Watch    rppalrmg;     cnarges    reasonable.
Su ts  made to Orde--
Columbia   and    Mclnness   St
Massage  and   Scalp T-iatmerit
Special:/
Corner of   Sixth   and Colurnb'
GET   YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE  IT  AT THE
Royal City Laundn
Royal Avenue and  Blackie Stre,
*���*v ip
1
ennsylvania
^^^^a^BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa^B^m Blacksmitl
F
or
__
past
-  ��� ct-m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.,     .   iot seem alive to the |
v
'-��� ���   *
������
���*. >
f �� . ,-     a
_____��� band lit g
- ' .t .-.
..    .   ���   i..   -*
Ith the young
rug-
. .  win n it :
a
the flne - e
���.
-
LA
li
-
S3
IS
S3
8
m
?Z?L?��E��i��^jyj*^^ em rrrrw torn.
���
w
it
w
No more
sore feet
if you
wear
this kind
of Shoe
Made of Hue
soft Vici Kid
leather, with
firm,    heavy
soles.
Men's $5
Patent
Leather
Boots
w
_________________________________���     1S
BEST    QUALITY
'BANFF"   ANTHRACITE
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
/
co;
. *_
P. O.  Box   345
'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRCMT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. ���   - 0 WESTMINSTE
IT WILL REPAY YOU TO CAREFU1XY
EXAMINE THE
1 :.    th
.   , 1
$>  Prices $3.50 to $5.00 a pair
dA tat*   sea��,  may s��   u"'  JNC 	
r^ztoMi Special Things in Xmas C
a half dozen gg
iore styles pRj
the  very ^4
ormore styles
of   the   very ^
Boots for CQ
���
*>
i
-��
NOW ON VIEW IN THE REAR
OF OUR STORE.
:,i *
:    ���   .
i eo direct    la
.    ���    that, evi ui.
81 iVt       -'ir i
ove O
test, nation  no.      :.    a     n
Absolutely
Waterproof
'.ii
Invictus
"Dry
So.x"
and
Warwick
"Wet-
Defi"
PUBLICITY   PEQUIRED.
U'u Uuilv New ,
Sir.- l am writing to ask I    tie cit; *&i
coum ,1  la  takln          -   to        ���  the JjxVj
New  Wi Btmin ti    tl   11 It i rei iesi d . I QJ
,,, the forthcoming cxhlhltion al Seat* ^fX
i,,..    i   *,.,��� that the Not h Vani a ��8&
< - nr ti _��� l ins juai decided ,r" Becure a Cj/
i. ueni poaltlon In the British i  i
Prices $5.00 to $7.50 a pair
best grade Patent  Leather
$5.00 a pair. ^^^^
These   are   made  on   a  narrow, J&.   ��#
medium and broad toe last,  all styles fe^ ^1
 pA
0%
0*
Book anci
Stationery Store
...    .��-.    .    *.a-;;":. ;
���^**m*J*m*oa^i.*^^4>�����**���i*4*��t^���^%���^am���v'���m���a���^*ma>*���***^'>^^','l'*^
and widths.
n^^ijaTivCTiiMRn^T^nurrj^fiiwicr... j:   ��� smwwmvjmdXJiaZTvzr^u^^v^^^
'faflfll JNTXXaK
HEATING STOVES
FELT       ffo
SLIPPERS W '
I
We have the jH '
Best   as- j^J
sort met it    of fejHl mjZMmmuammmimmntm^^TKK 11MB
Felt Slippers JO
For
Men,
Women
and Children
1. you "ich a lii-ati-T for tot\   ,r hard ccal 01 i ll1, '
Oxford Plorancfi, Oxford Oak.-.     ndsome In appearance  ������''  !
heav;  ulckle trimmings,    Alno I    ge rang ��� of alrtl .hi hi ,1
i>��   nol   forget   to  call   In   and   Insp -, ;   our Oxford  and   i.,;
ftange3, Uie range   that Blve real genuine satisfaction.
T. j. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
������LitXT.in\x!ravajumMV,?-i?,\Mam:imaiiujiii,i?j
ever   put   in j)^
stock.  Prices gR \
from 35c to $1.50 ������ ���
��.:n
.a  sec
in n.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
���i i     BeeniB to me I
tunii,  of a lifetime to acqu
h ,.,i .ii.i of thousan '
,, be the 01 i>"-
ulnt    the
thi
������ 111!)
Ill III     ��
(1,    lit*    ll-lnil-    ���"
1th   th,'  posslhlllttea
8
JgEpCRKCX*--
House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
IN  B. C.
GOING UP
Hm
all over town you wlll ���- ���
In'gB in which our mal ���
being used.    Come  back .
from now and they will he -
Btanding, solid an
���jay they were built, tf you ��ra��
fl bulliing thai will last   w'i
little attention and few repair
mlldlng materials
ri't  our
Tli'
the cheapesl in
the '���
niiiR its wi
il] as in
in tlie c��r:
BROS., L
net** TlrfSa.AY
NOV.
24,  1903.
THE  DAILY   .\ LWS.
PAGE  ri\T5.
a uAHn  ���
The tasliMores I. H. SMITH The Cash Stores
ster Trad
"  ������  ���*���- �������������������������������' ������   **������   ������   ������   ������  -M*i.M<_��itt*�� ��..���*��
;City News;
*���*   ���*���������������������<-�����������������,�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Prices Cut in Two 1
���
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* 	
������  ������#������'!. �������*����������
I!
���   ghi In a load of coal
in   Lad; smith  for  Gilley
-������ >���_>��� ������_..
������
���  Kii .<
one
i ��� hi
off a i,ox  of  "B.
[t will make
!'
GR EATER
BARGAINS and
BIGGER PRICE
REDUCTIONS
THAN EVER!
ii  .
such
_ii-
son tht-i
the bi '
...ni,] ib,. continued
amet. and for this ���
���  uo further changt
. .ii*.
���
���
���
���
Ends of Rolls in Inlaid Linoleum
$1.50 line for, per square yard   75c
$1.25
$1.00
60c
50c
:
ei ���. it crockeryware at cost;  ���
Kyle's       m street ** *
Jan
MIST BE CLEARED OUT.
If    ia i family left on
old   country.   They
Era of Britain on
I'' , ,
M' restaurai i    est    : tj   and with having
.   !��� ���    ine    a    Fraser   rivei J
"������' - - under arresi i bai ge   with f
havin Insulting   language   to- ���
wards      , hit,   waitress in a Japan, se -
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
Gamon'- for Royal Citj  Mixtur
' h, \\ i . Emhtlen ge 'Be. presented
���'��� ��� C w- - & son, of Chilliwack,
have at ��� an i will be placed at
Q leen - 11
Cleai   l.i.i'.���'-...:  cigars of   exclusive
i "'Bri lante,"  made  by  thei
1!     '   Ciga    tai   ���:; ***
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C
Opposite Lorne Street.      Phene 73.
when   the   latter  remonstrated     The
witnesses to be  culled  in  support   oi
th" cha -���   this morning will include*
Niclii.  the  proprietor oi  the   restaur
ant, ai:    i x pponese *���*> alter.
Cut :'. ������.���..���!���.- an i bulbs of all kinds,
Tidj. **
������������������������<
aa__l_,_i__l__>__,__l_>_l__l__l__._fc-_>-l,_l,__,-_l__,_i
!*���������������������������������������������������������������
the business     W<
. -   tjuo e i In
u evei ���   ?
eable     C ���������       ��� I   in.
ive man i
The V  V  & il. rallwaj  have asked Thi       amei   Favourite,  which has
d Inches trom Murraj been chattered I     the pu       ���  ol ta
,  ol their engines ing   i  .   mber ol  prospective    Inves
i                     ter to   ie   tore I In a tors to i ev,  the prop, rt;   h, M by
. I    -i ng the trac
make   no    ��������� enc
tm
��� ��� ....
Tt i ,. ro get tall bu   3 and
t-cl :iov. era    is     l laviea
Tel, l! 208.
j
.
, ised   of ou
-..  ��� . -i:  .
,   a certain
- - of th
in :   hat ���   It .i ������
. : >���     how 'Ver,   wt
,       .-       .,
ited iurt
So we a ,-lnd sale ol   >( a    n*
il
i *
I.
0
I
��� ���
0>:
ti
ii
irdei  -i redu
���.   ���    This mu -i  be ice _m
m_ saving this in   ti
Ing prl
.   11.    .,,, ,
N,        erve    iut thi
Pitt i ���' Brii i. a.- (*��� menl company
at Pitt i ��� will It ave the market
.* ha : ("clock this morninj
,  turning    towards    evening.   A    large
I number ',: inti lent  .. i Itlz, d- ha     an
'9      \ a ��� I    ie held In the boarl nounct I   heir Intention of taking pai
0   ii trad,   room   it  three   o'clock   this in  the excur Ion    and    investigating
O  afternoon for tae purp f organlz-  the pro]  isltlon.
q   ing   , local   - ici, I    tor the [>r< .-entlon
;t\of cruelty to animals. For    sale-Seven    roomed    bouse,
a, I bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   wood-
g     All dealers handle,"B. C." aud "Old | ^ed;     horae   3laUj  carrlage   house;
��� jSpo cigars.      The    old    reliable j ^^ ,.,...,. on  full lot     For  furt;:,-   a,
i brand,.. "particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth *
V .      OtT*t*<it * *      __a
��� The citj   council and the  board    ut Slrw-- ���
��� ade -vil                  F-wer River Saw*      ^          .^   ..^  ^  m^   yea)
' '      '"  '     '���    ;i> the the ann   ,   Sons of England banque
��� ns  lil'""r"r* v D-|wU,   .  h    : in this city, the date hav.
McRae. j ing    ... q .,���;    for   Dec. 14, when   tht
nts   per  members   of  the lodges  of  Westmin-  +
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON  VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
McMenemy & Anderson
Phone 192      Pacific Heal Market      Columbia St.
*������������������������*��������������������������������������>���>> ������������������������������������������*������������������*>'*�����������
���
ft
n.
Kylt
- ��� las,  2
Front 3treet.
*  ster, Vancouver, North Vancouver and
.   ist   E Iwat 1   Wilcox
Mount Pleasant will meet In the Russell hotel.   As ''ach lodge has a large
������o dollars    bj    alleged memb,    [iiPi a monster gathering    is  J
GOOD
Second  hand  HEATERS  at ai
Snap. 1
I Hardman, James & McClughan .
���
:
:
.    . , in Chai - - Cla   w.as
BIG BLANKET SALE
Union Blankets in limy
...!   ij .1 idg.
.1
��� i
assured    For a numbei of j'ears pas:
Cor. Front and Sixth Sts.
1  the  at ; nal  gathering   had been held ���
I     38-
at tht        ; .mt,,n hot-1, Vancouver.
��� �����������������������������������������������������������������>�����>*���*��� *���**��������� ��������������������������������������'?>�����������������������
i     \        .      , .      K.C     ;  " ��������� le I,
w. v. Han a     ared fo   the      .\. Ander erg   has   taken  ovei
...-., ' the  i      ��� al  blllla d  and   i ool  room   ,
.md  v II  conduct    a    b indii a i   pool  ���
��� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**��������������������������������������*>������������������
i
$2.75
.$3.50
$3.95
comment Ing   _> xi
daj     Valu i iven.
...      il
..:���:���. , o ner
streets every
" ������- N -'-ln- ,u     the
���*-*���    y-   Queens i,s re .been
J.    W.    Mac
Price Cuts in White Wool Blankets
md.     H*
$3.25
���4 ���     *
.0   Doi
������'? .>      A. numbi
' 2 are dis    -
Mon- ���
One of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
ng    ki      e with a human
lillty
T. H. Smith's
Monster   TRADE  SALE
ne  -��� nd
, ' liilil. as a pact makei
.    _ce reached thi   ��� av*   I J
asi    evening   ah I ���
tt,  who has ,i t, ii I -;��� love ���
,,n ���   ���      the  animals  in his oar.         lUght #
.. i  i. ,    ie charged    up   to    thi J
....   wards, but to some straj animal ���
���. iii noi been    trained    in the ���
gentle ways of municipal affection, iT
li   1    Mad *
Citj   Cleaning   and   Dj'eing +
pressing     and      repairing, j i
. | .  oi
only
drav
i '   me   t pn   ent
.   . . |        .      teamer    Strathcona
which    has      een    calling    at     the   -Vo
\\V specialize thl   pat
ne ��� - and ci ii guai antet     i
i jfai tlon to our cu itomers.
Canned   Goods
Wt   have just    received   another carload    of the    fan
Tartan Bran I Canned    G ic-ds
Fruit and Vegel ���   ,;.    Be^ Bure
to try these goods before buying
others.
I
���
���
���
X
Ramona's us i      -        since the latter
was dis tbled       river s me days ago,
^ *K4'J*o*00*OK)*K3*��b*0*0   _)*K.-*^-��O^aJ*0^00*O^*O*O*��040   yesterdaj   Informed   the    N'ews  thatj
.  ; here was no foundation I ��� the rumor
~~~~ 1 ono    ���l:ti   tn'   Stra  ''";'''*  wou--*-  !''
|| DECEMBER    7th,    1908 ofl ,,,,. V(lu.,,:,..   run and placed en-
U ��% **. B jc�� ^# jm*. m m .  tlrely on  th**    up    river    route.    The
nav@TOii
i'i, m ��� 27S.
"   ���
���
gtmm
Public Supply Stores GEOprA0^MS
Phone  92.
Cclunima   street.
New    West minster.   B.  C.
���
I'M'
PATRONAGE   OF
TR1 3TEES.
��� '- ���.' ::    .    and  Georg
i Terminal Cil ���   in l up river points is
iair
TROUSERS
[he Royal City High Schooi
*
: '���   A-not?
CALVIN Schubert Symphony Club
and lady Quartette
C   *\\tT\ Most ot the numbers were    wi I
���y^m*am9^J aged ' "    !''    s ��� M
���ini. Ganm t Allord to Miss
This Greal Musii;.il Treat
N'S
New Wes.mins-tr
Vrtlstea in Hide THOMAS VALENTINE   i" RCELL   celebrated   Am   I
can violinist, and thai charming mono*
\N-;\ PEARL WEATHEP
TON
A "*.'.*������ ence was held yesterday   n  ��������������������������������������������������������������� *������*���>
hall  between   Maj-or  Kear:*,i  .��� . _���..	
Graj   md Aid.  Henley, Superin
ad nt o! Works Furness, and  Electrician BOwler, on behalf ol the city,
George E. Halse, Becretary-treas-
McCartney, on  b t-
:' the B. C. Telephone company.!
of i il stan Ung matters between the bodies was deall  with, and1
- , :..-,.  to  applications  to    the
lea which  are  obstrui tions |
���    will be removed.
�����������������������*. �������������������������������������������#������������
���C*O*040*��C-��00*��0*C*C*C*K)*K.    0��K)*��0*��0*K_*0*CC*C*O*C*r.*O��O
C90KSLEY',
s
?~>:
mjjjcture :
POSTCARDS
One  Nisht Oniy
���at _"ir
Westminster Opera House
HI        com ��� ri  given   In   V\ e il
odisi   church   this   evenjn ,
��� ', _ii ordi 1     Admission - ���
mgements  are  being  made
Dldlng  on  an annlversarj
..',,   War I   Kim,I      i
nday, Jan, 1. at the resident i ol
���  the members,  ttrs bii |
.. made al a  meeting hi Id
��� Id ai <��� of Mrs, C. A. V* ''l"*1'
Sixth street, on Saturday.   The draw-
Ui kets for the painting i I
tt*-i   f*f\        Mr*' '" Tno:'"b''1   resulted In  Nn
%pl,Uu turing the prize.   The wlnm
requested to olalm the prize    al    an
| early date.
Gillette Safety u ���    , ,       ,
v*11 ���' w inie crossing the   Vedde r river,
RaZOr      -      $5*00        l  Chilliwack on    Saturday    alter-1
noon, .1 young man employed   i    tlu'���
Sumas Lake Developing company   '1S
civil   cns'.teei.    ('.  A.  bertsl r,    was!,
drowned, being thrown into ihe water!!
Iby the breaking of a raft.   The body ,
WRITIE
If You
nnot
Call
12-bladed Safety
Razor   ���
MY MAIL INSURANCE IS INCREASING RAPIDLY, AS MY
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT FIND THAT INSUR
ANCE CAN   BE PLACED WITHOUT TROUBLE  BY   MAIL.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVES PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY ATTENTION, WHETHER IT IS AN ENQUIRY FOR
RATES OR AN ORDER TO PLACE INSURANCE. IF YOU
CANNOT CALL. WRITE WHAT YOU WANT, AND I WILL
GUARANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY RATES ARE THE LOWEST, AND THE OFFICES I REPRESENT   ARE   ALL  OF RELIABLE  CANADIAN   COMPANIES.
SEE OUR SHOW
WINDOW
0, M medalB, university and dei .1
will be presented
the   Jnly
'W  ON  SALE   AT
Al*-. NOW
j 1��Y'S  STATlONERV   .STORE
RAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
ZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
mental  �� rtlfieal  :
to Bjudents stu cesi ful
examinations.
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FAIR,"
Columbia  Street.
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THE      DAILV      NEW
if you've KUUNU Amth af.
Is   till in the river, but as 't reward\X
ef $.">t. for lis reoovery has been <ll'";^
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
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ARMSTRONG  SLOCK.
i
fered, and a large number of Indians
are on the lookout, it Is expected 'hut' 0*0'*K)-*K>*K5*0*CO*K)-$0-'^
it. will be found within a Bhorl time.	
A companion who was eros Ins with j* " "
Uertsler ,at   the   time  the   latter  was
drowned e*osped by holding on to a;
HF.ADQUARTERS lor SPECTACLES' log for some hour., imtti picked up.    i
DRUG   STORtE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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PLOT AGAINST WHITES  Street Letter Boxes
AIMS AT MASS KILLING
Carniv.il of Crime Planned
by Indians-British Residents Fear Assassination.
Following is the complete   list   of
street letter boxes, together with their
I location and numerical designation:
Box
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Sun Francisco, Nov. 23.���That the
Hindus and .Mohamnn dans In India
hav.- laid aside their prejudices and
unit, l In a gigantic conspiracy to wipe
out British rule In that country In one
blood; stroke, is the sensational story
which i> told today by Miss Helen
(lies, a medical missionary, who returned from the Orient on the steamer
Mongolia yesii'i'day.
Miss Wilcox says that the manufacture of bombs by the revolutionists is
,a well known fact, th, women being as
active iu making these infernal machines as are the men, Wholesale arrests hav,- been made by th,- British
authorities, but the purpose of the natives is nol broken Miss Wilcox says
that for fl while every British resident
in India feared assassination, dynamite outrages being of almost daily
occurrence, But, Bhe Bays, the native
Are now thinking of wider ranges of
activity, and have decided that U will
b, easier to wlp, out the British race
in India, al one sw, ep, Instead of wasting time nu petty outrages
CRISIS IN CHINESE EMPIRE
CLOSELY WATCHED BY JAPAN
Mongolian  Army  Placed  Under Different Commanders to  Mitigate  Possibility  of Revolution.
i.- ndon, N'ov. 23.���Japan is wateh-
;:._ closely the de\ lopmenl of affairs
in China and is preparing for whatever emergency the crisis may bring,
according  io advices  todaj     by    th_
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British  loreign office.
, ��� pi ii Japanese denials of Interne, n Chines, atiaiis, there Is
ever;    indication  ihat   the   Mikado    is
enl; al ve to the possibilities of the
Oriental situation and will not be
found   unprep ired   In  any  event.
Chinese messages, reaching London
ii.-, way of Japan, saj thai Prince Chun
is splitting uji the Chinese army and
appointed division commanders with
���i  ii rate  authoi Itj.  as   he    fears    to
isi to the consolidation of power
an Ier anj one general.
Tlvs Is taken to mean thai serious
dis t... lon exists. In th ��� ranks of the
.:; iii. . :.i gives coloi to the repi n I
tha ���   olutlon   s thr, atened.
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No. Situation.
Eighth Ave. and Thirteenth St.
KigiiUi Ave.  and  Eighth  St.
Seventh  Ave.   and  Fourth   St.
Sixth Ave. and Third St.
Sixth Ave. and Sixth St.
Sixth Ave. and .Ninth St.
Sixtli  Ave.   and  Twelfth St.
Sixth Ave. aud Fourteenth St.
Fifth  Ave.  and Fourteenth St.
Fourth Ave. and Twelfth St.
Fourth Avenue and Tenth St.
Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
Fourth Ave.  and Fourth  St.
Fourth Ave. and Second St.
Third Ave. and Second St.
Queens Ave. and First St.
Queens Ave. and Third St.
���Queens Ave. and Sixth St.
Queens Ave. and Tenth St.
Eighth St. and Toronto Place.
���Hanlan and Turner Sts.
Agn is and Tenth Sts.
���Agnes and Seventh Sts.
Agnes and Fourth Sts.
Agnes and Elliott Sts.
Agnes and Dufferin Sts.
Columhla and  Leopold Sts.
Grea'   Northern   Railway   Station.
Columbia and Elliott Sts.
Columbia and Fourth Sts.
Columbia and  Alexander Sts.
Columbia nnd Tenth Sts.
(.'. P.  K.  Station, Front St.
Front and  McKenzie Sts.
Front and Lytton Square.
Front St., Schaake Building.
Brunette and  Keary  Sts.
Columbia and Keary Sts.
Columbia  and Distillery Road.
Eighth Ave.   and  Richmond   St.
Richmond and  Keary Sts.
Columbia  and  Alberta Sts.
inn ition Columbia and Front Sts.
AUCTION   SALE       TENDERS
I Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columu-a Coast Lln*
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
__n-_ira>    In   tli*-   Far   E_a��t
Abdur iiahjni.ii. the late ameer of Ai*
thanistflu, had a grim sanse of huniM
which was sometime* excn.-.��ed without scruple. On one necasion a ilur-
bar he was holding was Interrupted l,j
i n_an who, in a state of the greate-n
excitement, rushed In declaring that
tbe Ru-* ami were advancing to Invadi
Afghanistan. '1 umlug ae de ror a mo
me_.t frum tl.-* business Ir progress,
tbe late tmeer i;_ the mo*, unconcerned
tones ordered his shaligassl to conduct
the man to tee summit o.' a cerium
w&.cb tower. "Look you out well fot
the Rnwlans.' commanded Abdur [tab
caa, "fer you do not eat until you ��*m
dt-om arrive.**���Grand Ifaguln*
Dec.
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Dec.
16-
Dec.
21.-
Dec.
24.-
Dec.
25.-
Dec.
29.
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Jan.
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Jan.
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Jan.
6.���
Jan
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Jan,
15.-
Jan.
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Jan.
28.-
Feb.
11.-
Feb,
13,
March   :
March 1
The  Lion and the Mousb.
-Little   Johnny   Jones.
The Devil.
Arizona.
-The Texas Co.
���Why Girls Leave Home.
���50   Mile..  From   Boston.
���Babes   in Toyland.
Sandy   Bottom.
���The   Great Divide.
���Florence Roberts.
si piunkard.
-Her  First  False   Step.
-Shore -\cres.
���Cripple (.'reek.
���Theodore  Lorcli.
-San Aantonto.
���Devils   Auction.
Brewster's  Millions.
-Jane   Evre.
:',.���A   Stubborn   Cinderella
9.���I'ncle Tom's Cabin.
An auction sale of new and Secon
hand furniture will be held on
Wednesday, Nov.25
ai 2.30 p.m., at the corner of Columbia and Kear> street, SAPPERTON.
The -"ods include: Three Iron
beds, springs and mattresses (new),
two buffets (now), one gentleman's
secretaire, one erm chair, threL. rod
Ing chairs, solid oak; two loung'
(new), one kitchen cabinet (n>'W), two
dressers and stand, one heater, two
rifles with 100 rounds of ammunition,
I wo shot guns, etc., etc.
All these goods are in first class
condition, and will be on view on the
morning of sale.
Terms cash.
J. TRAVERS. Auctioneer.
SOCIETIES.
I, O. O. F.���AMITY LODtsE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held In Oddfellews' hall. Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock.
<_. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. TJ. W. hall. Oddfellows'   block,  Clarkson  street.
..OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month  at   8  o'clock,   in  the  small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
Sealed tenders  adaressed    to    ihe.
undersigned,   and   endorsed   "Tenders!
for   Public   Building,   Vein,,,:    u    c "
will be received at this   office    until
i 30 p.m. on Friday,    November    20.
1908, for the construction of a public'
building at Vernon.
Plans ami specifications can be Been
and forms of tender obtained al this
Department, and on application to the
Postmaster at Vernon.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures.
Eaeh tender fciust be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 per
cent.) of the amount of the tender.
which will be forfeited if 'he person
tendering decline to enter into a con-
i tract when called upon to do so, or
!lf he fail to complete the work contracted for. lf the tender be not accepted the cheque win be returned,
The Department does not hind itself
. to accept  the lowest or any tend' r,
By order.
NAP.  TESSIER.
Secretary.
Department, of Public Works, Ottawa.
Oct. 20, 190S.
Newspapers wlll not ie paid for this
advertisement If they Insert it without authority from the D-'ift-'tment.
Service.
Wail Service
Following are the houra ol -',--, A
arul :,n'h':-- "' mails at the n,.,  ;. 1
mln��er Post office, the 1  J^"*
"T T "":
which lB half an hour, a
tore the acta , .���^
leu, nie  d,\s,i;li,.|.j
ed and received dally , SC(     ���       1
PrinceES Victoria leaves Vancouvei j The only  mails dl
TIME T/VBLE
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   8EATTLE j unless othei
ROUTE.
| ceived Sundaj
I and C. P. it. i
the    way    mail,,
and
80Ut|
'" * IncludhJ
��� il   Fra
Mllla ami Coquitlam.
daily except Sunday  at  IU  ji.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. dally.
Princess  ltoyal  at 9 a.m. daily   ex-
ept Tuesday.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE. Ma"s  Dt&W
Steamer Princes*  Royal   leaves    9   .   '     a' m' (cl08ed       ��
aidTy except Tuesda:  tor Victoria|the.p���
and Seattle.
Charmer leaves daily   for    Victoi a
l p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday  and
Friday, when  business offers.
|
'I.  N.   11.  "Owl." 4
T::f,J ���'���"*���- '���'���' i  (exc
Tuesday) Victoria,  ,..: >���,  ,    ,
railway.
Sumas and Seat , . , ���, . ,iU
S. points east and south, and polllJ
between New Wi sti | HuJ
Ingdon, B.C., via C. P. R.
Leaves New Westminster on  W*_-   r"_   .'.      ""' A   ^ "*lt, all
, '<-. P. R. ea.st, Sapperton  ai      tv
nesday  and  Saturday. MUls ** ��� ���   �������
8:30 a m. -Blaim
��� and   .- u
eluding all U. S. poinl   ea Bout]
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
88- Tees
Leaves Victoria  l!   p.m.    1st,    10th also all points between   '  ,. Westma
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,   ster and   Blaine,   .;,  ,;   ���,   r
Mosquito Harbor and way ports;  16th     Note.   Cloverdale and ��� {,
of each month for Quatsino and way  ver Valley, Surrej Centn   |  gin, All
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,   via and  Kensington    Pral huJ
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.      mere, Port  Kells, Hal
vancouveh-NAnaimo  ROUTE.   Nicomekl despatched ,,
8. a. Joan j daj;     elm ton,     Mon
Thursday  and    Satui i .,,;,,
and Bon Accord, \'.��� lm ���,) g*
Westminster
Transfer Co,
foBla-   Rnln   Ihfir   Tutr,
"1 nei-<__,- ��fi_'D'. thlngi. ;:p tn my owt
Hate," ^sld a man who has '.oo'__��d It
a restaurant for many yearn. ~A'��r;
few coots do. I hey hare palates that
erare high -lessening, The lonrer thej
the rcor* calt and pepper and
spices they require. If l .-inuld .send
���_!' try dlshe. a�� I like tHem, they
wocitl l-e nj hot and peppery that ball
the [ ttroLs ln tlie restnuraut would l*
jn��t.!�� U* bjt tliem."���Ksn "Sork tr<*te_
i*_.Trr  r i..���
Fmrf-r miT milk of differ en i ��*nrp**
��� tures.
Too inn,-n churning ^^ill injure tb*
rraln of the hntter.
Tivicc us much water Is needed tr/
���o-flH which irlve milk as those not tfi*
lug milk.
Cleanliness, proper feeding and .-nre
fill attention are lbe chief requisites o*
the dairy business.
This Is tbe time of y��*ar to weed om
tlie unprofitable cows and give your
best stock the care lliey deserve.
lt wlll pay to keep a hi, ord of evsry
cow you own, tl_e nmouut of milk sks
��ivee, the date ef her birth, calves, ste
ufflce  'Phone  18b.      Barn   Phone 137
Columbia  Street.
Baggage    delivered    promptly    to
any part or the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Sent^On Approval
To Responsible People * g^'j
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
FRATERNAL   ORUER   OF   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles'
hall,    Columbia   street.    A.   Clark, I
W. Pres ;   II. Schofield, Secretary.
THE   ROYAL TEMPLARS  OF  TEM
PERANCE meet   every Wednesday
at  8  o'clock   p.  m.,  in  Oddfellows' :
hail, Columbia street.
��ON-> OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland. \
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
��� Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col
umbla Street, every Friday evening
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. O.; C. E. Osborne, P. G,, ren I-
secretary.
USE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
(ted Rose Degree meets Becond and
Fourth Wednesday of each month.
In K.. of P. Halt, rv.lumbia St., at
& p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in etc*! month, same
time and  place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the I'nion l>jdge. No. 9, A
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Ixidge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L.. No. 1593; Court j
Sapperton, No. 40_.l, I. O. F C. O
K., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotnerhood of Ow's.  Ne*.'   No   29; i
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third]
Thursday of February, May,
Augusl and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. New
memhers may hp proposed and ,
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.     A. E. White. Sec.
*0UNUl^'
Trains & Steamers
and
RED GEM
EV>e Inh Pencil
Y'uir Choice nf
Th.ii
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
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8:20,
10; 17.
Poll
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Kddrass
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINK.
Leave     Ni w     Westmin   ��� i
j ll ;20, 15:20, 17:42 and 22
Arrive  mt   New   \\,
| 12:25, 16.27, is.4,', and .'
���JREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
i i_v. N. W, 9.20 a.m.; ar. Beatl 4 o.m
I Lv. N. W, 4.;.r, p.m.; ar. Seattle io n.m
| Lv. N. \\. 12:10 a.m.. ai   Seattle 7:15
a.m.
! Lv. Seat He 8; 10 a.m. , i
! Lv. Seattle 4:25 p.m .
| p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Imperial Limited leaves daily at
3:20  a.m.
Atlantic Expi,' 6 le iv< - ally at
1:20 p.m.
Whi thi r you travel for ph asure or
business always buy your tickets via
the C. P. R. as j'ou are    certain    of
���  d, safety and comfort.
Tickets Issued to and from all points.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminstei
Oi   : > C.  B.  FOSTER.
Asst. Genl.  Pass     .gt.   v .nr-onv,...
WHEN  GOING EAST
*\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Litfht Tra'ns Evrry Dav in thr Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies thc newest and best ideas
ior COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
md LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private '���ompartment cars, standard
(6 section sleeper?, luxurious dining
-ar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,   Folder.,  or  anj
further  information   call  on  or   writf
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wa*-1.
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p*m. dally,
except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. in.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. ra-;
arrives Victoria H p. m.'
s S, Queen City leaves Van,-., ivei
10 a in. Thursday, arriv. . i ��� ��� ouver
ti""ii Sundays.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
,'roin Victoria S p.m. every Weflnea-
.h'.;.. from Vancouver 10 a.m following day for above and Intermediate
points. Returning to Vancouver Sun
day afternoon: Victoria Monday
morning,  via   Ladysmith.
NORTHERN  b. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
I_*aves Vancouver 2nd  and   16th  or
every month at 8 p.m.
UP  RIVER
< Beavei1���
From New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursd iy
md Saturday.
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For   reservations   ana   information
���all or address
ED. QOTILET.
Agent,  N'ew Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
���������st.  Oen.  Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
.1.  W   TROUP.
Ooneriil  Superintendent.  Victorl*.
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A-��<>r_.i__K Powen of Milk.
In an experiment made to determlM
the  nhsorptive powers of  milk  there
was Inclosed In jara a portion of mllfc.
end  In different Jars, but not In connection,   different   substances,   giving
���IT Bnvom.    M  tbe end of eight hours j
*. portion of the milk ivn* drawn from I
near the bottom on each Jar ly -iinins I
���f n pipette, so as not to disturb nnv
pari of the milk.    In every one of fit
teen trials the milk bail absorbed tha
fiaror to such an extent tbat it hs*
pane tra ted the �������� r lowest stratuu.     i
Mlmlraliont arg Enaol Sua
Bvery penguaranteed
full 14 Kl. -".iKlGolii-cut
on right haml muy i���. h. i
in   nllirr   our   Btandtrd
i,i-ria opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Tranapai*
fill, as ilrai,,,!, fll|lfr jn
plain or enijravfil fmiali
"�� preterrcl.
Von mi)- Irrthlipan ��� w<��k.
ifi",ii-u���.ii������i��������� ptmatad
��i>.ii.r artlcla than jn aaau!
m,i  for mm,
*���_  TBll     ..,,.,   I
������111   lU     .,,,   ���||���r  mtk,     ,,   11(l||
��,H,r��l7   ���>ii.f4|.��.���r Int,,,, ,..f
���I*., nlura li ��i.,i��. .in ������j
rn it. in far n. "
rvro. ,l"l��o.,rfin������,i_n_l
rcn-ular K,,; l���.  |nk  ,,,nrt,    ,1
i  ��i ..,* i...l i���,..| irlnBipb, U���y I
U  t��,�����_l   I,,   ���iy   p���,iu���n   ,,. I
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< ���*,),    ��,,��!��   t.1   ll,��t (,,,,,1,.     ],|,|j.[
JOB    ,l|,rln^|    fr��fl.    Mall,,,,,
Pollll, I .���!,.la..] ,ulri���lfad r,.Ur
'�����',   taai,.  mill   llnl.h.     ,;.,.:
���"rywh.r,   f���,  |;W       Artlil.
"*1""1     "HI. for Until,    .V.,,.
,'c��  ���  I,., ,,.u f���rir��� ������    j,,,],,,, I
|# Laughlin Mfg. Co.**
**8     Majullc Bldg ,
Ollfolt. Mlrk
G. N. R.-port GUICHON.
No. 397 leaves New Wi minster
J.r.O p.m., arrive Gulchon 0 p.m. Fridays; also connections by 10:10 a.m.
except New Westmlnstei Tue day and
4:,1.'i Thursd,,;..
Leave Guichon 0:30 a.m.. arrive Now
Westminster 8:45 Fridays; also connections by 2 p.m. .,,.;,- ouichon
Tuesday and 6 b m Thursday,
Lv. N. W. 8:20 .,.,���.. :; p.m., and '#.55
p.m, for Vancouvi r,
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., l p.m. and
11:30 p.m. for Westminster
B. C. ELECTRIC-VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50 6:20,
G:50, 7:20 and S a.m., and every half
hour thereafter till n ;, ,���
Lt. Vancouver for Westminster at
5:50, 6:50, 7:20 am, half hourly till
11 :r_0 p.m.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Coute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (excepi
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
Uages nt Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
Fot   information  *tpply to
I.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Ti.*DC Marks
De-signs
.... cop-vriqhts ac.
Anrnnoaendlng ttkstdh and Ocacrlntlop niaT
liilcklf uaocrtaln r,���r ,,|���lI,.,, free whet Iter an
Invention la rrnlnii.i? v,,u^,.,���iil.*. I'ommunlr...
ttonaairlotlrconfidential. HANDBOOK on I'atenU
aent free. Cildest aa** i,< y tor MonnDS palenta.
I'alenta taken tlirouvb Mui.n & Co, recelv*
tpfclol nutU-t, wlthoot charge, In Ilia
Scientific American.
A haDdiaOmelT llluatrare _ weekly. r.i,i|:,*al. olr-
(���olaiion 'it any nmeniItlc Journal. Terms for
QaaMa. tSlo * J'"t P0rt__S�� |ire|��lfl. Hekl b>
all newwlealern.
MUNN & Co flj-a New York
inh,'.��, t-tBoa, tea. i iiu wmbington. D.c.
Uf    (ulllillliilll    HillllHSHJilll
Kl!(|lllillillll.S.
Any available Dominions lauds within the railway belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
-vho Is the solo head of a family, or
any male over 18 years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section ol L60
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district  In
! which the land  is situate.    Entry  by
: proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of au
i Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is* required to perform  the  conditions  connected   there
with    under    one    of the    following
| plans.
(i)   At least six montos' residence
upon and cultivation of the  laud    In
I each   year  for  three  years.
(2) lf t.ie father lor mother, ir the
i father ls deceased), of the home-
|steader resides upon a farm in the
��� vicinity of the land entered for, tlie
! requirements as to residence may  be
satisfied by such person residing witn
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements us to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
j    COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
i leased for a period of twenty-one year_
at an annual rental of $1   j��.r acre.
i Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one Individual or company.
I A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on th*. raer-
OhantaWe coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of tbe Minister of Hie Interior
urd.iy.    Thi  e  mall    .
Bame days as despatched.
11:00 a.m.���Vain,,av
Central Park, via B C
way.
12:30  p.m    Straw ���       ii ,
berland   and   South v.
courier  (Tu, -day and  Ft
1:30 p.m    i-.i-t B tra .
2:00 p in     Burqu tlan    I    ..
2:00  p in.    Ladm r,   Port   i
Westham  I land and S u
��� M-' pi Sunda: :  w o
Thui day  and   Saturd
Favourite, Capt, J. C. Drue,
ton mall   |��    a chi d
Vancouvi r I
2:30    p.m.���Vancouv,
Siding, via (1. N. R  north.
4:00���Vancouver and I
via B. C. Electric rall*��
an  extra mail  is de
torla via Vanco.r., r al
Blaine and S- iti '
S   joints cast and soul
"Flyer."
2:30 p.m.���r. p  R
Praser Mills an I ���
Note.���The two
mails, south  an I
all   points     from
east   (Including   La
���,;,i Port Ham >i    ���   ���
K.  despatch   omits
: jxhii'.. east  't  Ca
j Meadows, Pori Han
Web *��� i -     Ci
I Aga Biz and  Han
' M i la toi  Porl Mo,
both w., Vancouvi
Mails   Received.
c. 15 a.i.i     Blalm
eluding all  U. s. po ic
"Owl."
9:00 to  10:00 a.m
Tlmberland   and  Souil    West
by , ourier (Tui  d i
8:20 a.m.���Vanco i
.iii;   C. Electric ra
9:30 am.* -Vancou ���
j    10:00   to   11 ;00 u in
Qulchon, Westham Island and
day. Thursday   and Sal
ward, via Bteamer Fa ���
, ton despatched and rece *������
' couver, i
I    iL>;::ii   io   l   p.m,   C    P   '���*
Sapperton, Fraser Mill
| lam.
Vani fer, ���
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m
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R.
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itt
4
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-
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I ;00 p.m.
'   I
and Fraser Arm.
I ;30 p.tii     Las: Burnab
2:30 p.m.   Burqultlam
3:30 p in     Blaine and  Se
eluding all U. S. points; also
between Blaine and New v*'
i via. L.   N.   K.     (Sf>e   in"-
I days on  which these m
patched and received i
1:45 p.m    Vancouvi i
"[���'Iyer."
6.00   VancBuvet   via  B, '
railway,
icon p.m.  -Victoria irlfl x ���'
7:00 p.m - Sumas  and Sei
eluding all V. B. points and i"
twe^n Huntingdon and New vV<
ster,  via   C,   P.   H   -*!""lh:   *''"
Mills.
1:00 p.m.���C. P. H
lllil'l
.-lisl.
7iThelfcukee'
Chicago,   "South    West    L-m
Ksnsas City to Chicago j
No  trains   in   the   service  oO
equipment  that ot tne *������ ...(rJ
waukee  &  St.   Paul  WltW- ^J3
own and operate the.,*cmt J    J
give    hi      - *rons  an    'A
*     ��� htainable el^ewhf"
"rv,-?   H^O^C^tr*.lM<
,34TWr?5ucorAW��.rf^^��1 Perhaps the Most
Important Item
,*i'��vifr*".j!.i-��
ol
Coffee
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ADAMS & DEANS
97 GROCERS Columbia St.
WH��R YOU SPEHD A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PE_RFE.CTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
'��� ths beat value, because it Is par*, nutritious snd very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
���""���������1,��***-*t��_____^^
HATCHET ENGLAND   UI-M.IU.UI 13   MJUM   Ul
WANT AMONG INDIANS
Nc-   Yoi      Nov     2      \;. -     Carrie
Nation    sail .      p   the
steam, r Co umbl i ou   -,   rda;.    She
vill do i.-���' :        the
; prohibit .,:i   ca is,    wi        inroad    and
.'Hi   lie il. ii   Cla g ��� ���    \'���><������. -
i deen, Dundi ��� . Edinburgl . Lond m and
B, Ifast.
A. VV. Vowell Believes Natives in Northern Interior
Are All Right.
WINNlPtG HOTEL IS
SOLO FOR $400,000
I     __��.-
 4
A<0#04040e(X^*0*<--*0��0����0 C^040��>040*K)40r^_>o*K)40*o*0
I FRESH TODAY: '
Chocolate;
[n 1-4  pound  to  2  pound  Boxes
.*.   Sec Our Window   .-.
RYALL'S
DRUG
-STORE
0*K)eCeOK*0*CO*0*040*0*r>*0 0*O*0*O40*#(D*KX>*O4O*0*O��O*��O
fLOT 7, Block 36
le corner of Royal avenue and Eleventh street. Splendid warehouse or factory site; B, C, Electric and C. P. K
i.s run past this p.operty.    Price $3000.   Reasonable
THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R  PEARSON, Mgr.	
Winnipeg, N'ov 23 -It is report -d
that tli,- Queen'i hotel >n Portage
avenue has been sold by Montgomery
Brothers to a syndicate of Americans
i j for $400,000.
Wanted -:- lost -:- found
for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:��� tte.
Victoria, .V'v. 23 Th< . ipoi I of
starvation among th, Indian In
northern British Columbia d i edited by Superintendent A \v. Vowell, of
Indians affairs   for   British Columbia.
"The storj of live hundred Indiana
east of Fort Qeorge I eing on the '..-rge
��� of starvation carries u own refutation
fviSSv-SiSlv-lrA'" 'ts face," sa'(1 Mr. Vowell. * lu
the lirst place, two hundred miles
cast Of that post lands you on thu
prairies of west central Alberta,
Mr, Vowell says thai the   only Indians  that could  be  affected are  the
a nomadic  tribe north    o��
w*ft-ti**Sffi%*li*��_l'*H**^^
LOST���On    22nd,    a   gold   bracelet, I x&.anne
either in the opera house or between
same and car .tation. Finder pi-a -������
leave al this office.
FOR EXCHANOE   22V*   icres of rich,
cleared Ian I und -���  state ol
cultivation, clo e to   run   and
road:  water  pipi d  ot     l,a Will
exchange for house an I lot or some
goo I lots ni ' i j    Cal    ��� \{ >j il i'
i    Realty C i.
New Westminster,   B. C.
��� ��� o 5 "^"*    "���*~  ��   ��� "���""*" 3
fcft*<J*"*^:^0*C*0*0*0*C  0a*->��O-��~*K)4-0*0O*'0*04O*O*'D*0 0*0��';*..��:>o^03*0��D*0*0����0*0 O*y^D*K��D*>0*Ky3*K)*>O*>0*O*K>*K)
Easterbrook   Milling   Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel. .    $6.50   "      "
Terminal    $3 50
Hotel Butler Annex
Four*.,* Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
WANTED.���To      purchas    -Second-
band  Incubator and   Brooder   (50
100 eggs).  Musi, be In working order  and  cheap   for   cash.   Apply   to
Mrs. Sev, ,     Burna iy La    ���
WANTED���Gentleman     boarder     or
roomer,  A   ...   2nd house from  Ith
��� eet towards 5th. and on 3rd ave.
Connollj lake and :i tribe at th ��� lake.
The entire number of these tribes
could not exceed aboul 200.
From    the    mosi    reliable   reports,
bow, ver,   these   are   aU   right.      The
Indian   department   has   an    arrange-
ni' nt with th" Hudson's B ij  tor!. to
suppl)   Indian-   who  are ln  pres lng
need, so thai  It is practlcallj  Impo
Bible   tor   instai; ��� ���    o    .c vatlon   to
arise.    The  Hudson's  Ba.\   posts
well supplied   with food  so  that    no
credence can I e : laced In the reports
of want
it, as the repori Bays, wolves
abound, the Indians need not lack ,as
the bounty collectable ou wolves
would supply their needs,
Soom
Poor**
Roon-
W.Wi'Ki).   1 ,    exchange    Improved'
land   from   five   to   twentj   acres  on
cur line for town property. .Address
M. C, Cloverdale  P,  O.
RATES:
j'   p*_r day  up.
and   board  $2.50  per  day up
with   bath   $2.50  per   day   up 	
Rocn*. with bath and board $4 per day.   FOUND���Child's pur.
this office
"a
watet
phor.e
THE "HOLY HOUSE."
Owner apply
ooms, with hot andiioldl	
team heat, long distance tele- LOST���-Boom
-.: ,   meets all train.- and boats,
CARLETON  GILBERT,   Mgr.
port to ,l.
agle    bolts.     Re
- & Son, City.
C
QUARRIE &C0.
AiiiA AA'D FEED MERCHANTS
STREET. New   Westminster. Telephone 333.
HOME treatment; room
block.    Advice free,
Collister
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I
fe
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dtatert in  AW Kind* ot
,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 urned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
f
gj|
! Lumbe
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Teleph
one
12.
New Westminster
S*0^O*O*K5��OO��O����#O*K)*O*0 0^)^0*0<K3-J>o*00^^*��*c*r.*oao
5    Advantages of a Bank Account     *
ji ., pa, bins promptly, but aot to pay the Bame bill twice    *
*��� .     bookkeepers  by mistake, send oui Mils after tbey hav.
if you pay by cheque, however   the cancelled clucks are
���' ���. io .< i, .md can be product la   ''' "���;"���"���
therefore, more than a convenience,    rbej
Ever) man or woman who
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
PHILLIPS,
209--211  Columbia  Street
Car. supply you with a pair of
TIIE NICEST
KID Gloves
Either Imported or Canadian made
you would wish to wear.
Your choice from
Fownes', Dent's or Perrin's celebrated makes.
In colors tan, grey or brown.
Prices from
$ 1.00 to $2.50
LOST���Portl in t ' mink muff, consisting o! head and tails.   Finder please
return to  Daily  News  offi'a ���
	
TO  RENT���Seven  roomed, furnished
**-K'lta of the Horn*-   ol Jlttry  ami  ^__|
S��vlo��r.
Let me -jtv�� the main oiitlbic.* of the
tegpiid. At Nazareth was preserved
with pious care the house of Our
Lady. The dwelling place In which
ih(* received the gracious message of
the incut-nation, the lowly hoine which
ilieltereil the holy fam-ity for so man?
years, was a very precious sanctuary.
Ou May 10, 12D1, a month after thc
taking of Tripoli and Ptolemals, thl*
trr.y house was carried by the hands
3f ,.ns��*ls from Nazareth to a plow ln
Dalmatia between Flume and Tersata
rwi the Adriatic shore.
It was a one roomed edifice, built of
rod square stones, fasten id  with ee-
house with one acre of ground; also ment. and bore proof of age and ort-
torty chicken*-,  rent    $20;    Qu    ns ental   design.    It   Btood   without   any
avenue and Eleventh Btreel foundations and  had a  wooden deco
  rated celling.  The "walls wore cov��re4
WANTED    Work  by  tho    day,     ad- with frescoes, there were a tli>or and
dress Mrs. M. Bradbury, P. O.. City, a   narrow   window;   inside   wer��   nn
  altar of stone. t_n ancient crucifix, a
TO  RENT���-Furnished    :��� oms
$1.50 per \v.>ek up.    Steam h.  i
bath and modern conveniences  Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Archer. Royal Cafe (formerly 1. .-'.->.
ALL kinds of skins tanned and
dressed. 1). Cameron. 121 Twelfth
street, P. O. Box 732.
TO KENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, Apply to Alex. Speck.
A  PAIR.
JUST A NICE PRESENT FOR XMAS
81?.
Q -l-l-li'I"l"I"I"I'I"1* **M^^H*"-"W"-MHH***M"M***** ��M**M"I"!"I"I
WANTED���Pupils for violin aud mandolin; fees moderate. Address
Box 487, City.
WANTED���Nursing, or daily work by
English woman.   Apply Box 937.
! TO LET���Furnished bedroom.    Apply
439 Dickenson street, the Crescent.
j WANT El .Good plain    sowing    neat!-
done.    Apply Mrs. .1.  Simpson, Ash
street, P. O. Box 937.
__________������������-���       .
FOR RENT���Furnished housekeeping
rooms;   clo;e >n;    beautiful    view;
furniture for sale.    Enquire room 7
Bun- block.
in.
f'l'n.
���  mt     a :v,
i .ni ��������� against ovi i paj nun*
.,Id do so with checks,
TODAY i>> openln ��� an account
trom small c-npboara. containing a few vessels of common usi**; a chimney and
hearth. nWove which was a cedar
statue of Our T_nt_y witn th,** Holy
Child ln her arms. Thi* pastor ef the
p!��.ce learned In a **isiou that the building was the house of Our Lady, Tim
stone altar tliat at which St. Petei
celebrated masr, and the statue the
worV of St Luke the Evangelist, la
proof of the vision he was cured of ��
' serious Illness. A deputation ot fotw
responsible persons forttn* tth wer��
sent to Nanaroth to Investigate tho
mystery and they found that th#
' bonse was do longer to be found.
Meaittremen; and other means taken
' proved that the house that had _RkV
! denly  appeared In Dalmatia  was In.
i de��d ncne other thai: that which ht.4
; ��s suddenly left Palestine. Three yean
| iftpr.   on   Dec.   10,   1204,   th<��   holy
| aouse   again   ills.-ppeard   and   aiutlei
' the pontificate of Celestine V. came ts
Recanatl, a little  _own In th<�� march
vS Annona,  when  It flxeiJ Itself  In a
laurel prove belonging to a pious ladj
?alled  Loreto.    It  was  discovered  by
so_*np shci>henls and s,x,a be came n����
i 9crcl?>>i* ami v.(.s henceforth a  much
frequented ph'^e of pilgrimage.   Eight
; months aftor--vRr*l the house reiume*!
'.to a sm��ll hill, three nr'cs from U��*
ceti.'.tl. to land belonging to two hrottj
��_*_., who, however, fell out ��h it-tly tiffr
��n\-ani   over   the   division   of   weal'"
which Uosati to fl-.v, to the new
To save sb.-ift* between I
' thf;  h*>\is��  wai  buiIi'*"
moro and this tt*-
ly  '.a  the  i
V,
with
���   ��� '.in i
���
'"? 111,
i"   ma
in.ill   ,-,,,
The ���
 Wel
!!       '���   ' "MU.
ut "': brick
'��� till,-
\L BANK of CANADA
V'
I'llHlOln
1''*   New Wes'-mlnster, B. C. Branch. q
""" B��cl* o*o*to*D*>o��J o* -^oeo*o*o-��oo*o*o*o*o*>o*o
hul ii can . ��� ���-r
Sll
era   with
"Hi
A""1"'" won, clearlnV
'w������echa��u,t��.��S
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The
wil
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s""ii be ch��nJ
of Mori-ijreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET  MAKER.
(Three Vears With .1. A. Lee.)
has  just   opened    and    solicits    your
patronage,     Mission   furniture  a   special!.';  office and .store furn'.tare;  all
..im*'*' Ol furniture repairs.
i*,t--t class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop. 2�� Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
->.  O.  Box  304. Hou��e Phone  B 29.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
available al      	
Jl':!'"'   mountain L,	
1 wate] and mnada and New foundland
'"K'lioi ib,. deposit fco aud  Spokane. U.S.A.
,���.'""   ���-'���    teet,    The ness Transacfid.
-   ii
.$14,400,000.00
111,000,000.00
and   lu   London,   England,
and Mexico City.
A   ''. ** r,
'.uu ,,,,,,   ,J nvaiiiibie witl correspondents '" s" l"*r"'
of   'tl'
.
���'!
Bl'^ Cil, for Sharat      Depoeltl  -.-ceived In sums Of 11 ������* ������� **r^
1 at 3 per oe���t. per annum  (urwseni rat*' son
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Larrd
Surveyor
Ellard-BlocK. New Westminster, f  C
Re pan !" m north
lot   ."..   suburban   .'.''���>"-:
. f New Westminster, ft C.
Whereas proof of the lort o. _^Vti-
Qoate of title number 8240A is.:W
In the names of Sarah .lane Bln-Sw.m,
Mary .Montrose, Sarah Tierney. Ufa
��aen Bled In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
Ut the expiration of one inonth from
the date of the first publication hereof,
In a dally newspaper published in the
City of New Westminsted, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to ine in writing.,
C S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Regi tv Office, New Westmin-
���ter, n r... Oct. 2Cth, mo...
V E S T M 1 N S T E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management
26G Columbia street, Rhone 3-36, P.O
box 807.    Can  supply  you  with  all I
kinds ot help    promptly,    tree    ol
charge.    Branch office, lo7 Covdova
striv't -,v?6t, Phone A 27r.0, Vancou
ver n c ' "*'" -<���*-    Here. too.  ln the eonrv v
,  , ������ , ....   ,.     , ��_u��- 0 ehapei was  ..nilt,  which tr^.^
I way In time to the present UaSHk*.
��� 1 The famovu pilgrimage of Ii^ret,*, n,,*
TiM'yi j Japanese Employment ^^5^5jfcgfS
^urtn*.
_<*��� brotben
_^itty   lifted   *>ncft
Settled down ilnaV
,vt, f^^fi 'V11*1 vw* "**
_-��d  to  be   diverted.   In   c._<�����
<jm>""
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
gifts. Later on a fttstlvui "X"> ""&
gical rltos was Instituted. titTrt jn tlina
the feast of the translation of tbe holy
���ii-.iw.. um attatittaM- *���' niniiv ani-utrtut
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.
Phone 431-
C.
I ���
"":" becatni
the
���
like a   r.
i isit, out of t
at
me fifty only
1,000.00.
���ll.
,ER BRANC H
up shares,
'   I'.ll,    Foil
G.  U.   BKYMNKH.   ������'
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
^aie  and Female  Heip  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNUEa-EY   STS. j ������������* ���*- ->
The Mohammed ,n Oath.
Of all the mauy _tofms of tukliifl; tha
P. O. Bo�� ��85 swth used ln the courts perhaps the
most picturesque li tim? which the Mo
hnuiino,lan Is required to take. It Is a
silent ceremony. The sou of lnla_a
places his right hand flat upon the
Kor.m and puts the other on his forehead; then be brings bis fore-bead down
to and lu contact with tb,< book, u*
then raises himself nnd lool.t up steuit*
fastly for some sacoaids. The officer of
the court shouW then���though he som���
times forgets thl_��---.is__ the Mohamuioa-
in, "Are you bourn* by the ceremony
you hare performer! to speak the
truth?' and the* answer <s, "\ am." in
uidiu the ceremony hi.*, been aboil um-
*������ lo fever or ��u aiBrmivoloii.
J. HENLEY
Mannfneturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wat*4^.
Faimly  tridt.  a- _--fK.elj.lty.
el   113, r/ffi-ea   eight ��trse.
new   ve st nr r^yrgfi- ��. c.
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Smyrna
FIGS
VVe have boughl too many
figs and ar, selling them al
very low prici s:
Tim, inch figs in one lb. hox.
each   '0c
Three inch ti.-. two Ih. box,
each  ���25c
Valenafigs in baskets, cacti 15c
Three inch Smyrna figs in
ai'ge boxes, per Hi 15c
These are all new figs, of the
very best finality, and the price
we arc quoting is very low.
C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
New Westminster Gas Company
Notice to Consumers
BOWLING
MacKenzle's team won   over   Go,
don's yesterday evening by a majority
of 69  pins  Tonight  Kellington's quin
tet:.- wil
cl five.
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
meet Dave Gilchrist's pick-
V, sterday's scores:
Gordon's Team.
*        2        3    Tti. Ave,
li.i
111
109
Barbaree       ��� 90
90
'.hi���.270
Welch.          ��� '���"���
90
90- .'Tn
Latham   ������     ���1"1
122
122���345
Carver    150
1 IS
186���434
Gordon    ��� ���   ��� ��� 103
110
114���327
MacKenzie's Team.
1
g
2    Tti.
Coutts    I'11
115
1110���355
McDonald  -   .76
101
102���279
Burnett   ���-    .111
158
is:.���455
McPherson  ..126
109
loti���341
MacKenxle ... 90
101
94���285
ns
9 .
151
113
Total  1715
High score, Burnett 183.
High average, Burnett, 151.
COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
All gas used will be charged for at
the following rates:
Gas used for lighting   $2.50
Gas used for heating and cooking $2.00
Gas used for power $1.50
< 'ash discounts will be allowed off
above prices on all bills paid at th,*
office of the Cunningham Hardware
Company on or before the 10th of the
current month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November 12th, 190S.
Phone 379.
P. O.   Box 249.
We Have
ALL KINDS CF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf the  best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Bloc'*, New Westminster.
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
Special  attention  paid to      Banquets,
Private  Suppers  and  Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and  Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
Centrally  located.
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators]
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
Freo Land for Calgary Hospital.
Calgary, Nov. 2H.���The board of the
Calgary General hospital has been
successful In securing from the department of the interior an assurance that a. piece of land Immediately hi front of the present site
will be grained to the board, providel
suitable arrangements could be mad"
witn the city regarding the closing up
of  the street  allowance.
Ii is claimed that these two lots
comprise an area of almost 15 acres,
and the board feel thai this latest acquisition is worth In the neighborhood
of $50,000.
* Electric Railway Service I
. lnterurban   Line.
���   Cars  for  Vancouver and    war
���
���
���
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:ii(i a. m. Last
-ar leavea at ll p. m.
I  ��� Bi  lv   Vancouver 11 :'.0.)
Cam leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
perton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram f
office <m the hour, twenty min- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- *y
ter, commencing at fi:20 a. m. Sj
Sapperton Line: Cars leave S
at ten minutes after the hour, f.
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the   hour,  commencing  at  6:30 +
Sunday Service   hair-heurly between 8.30 a.m  and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
������������*���������   -����--4>��t��>t_^ae-��^����c^it]c**�� *��*��>Ha^��^��c����K**-tf^**����i��^��c����>����e^_]
���*-���: :������
Funeral of Thomas Allen.
The funeral oi tne late Thomas
Allen yeoterday showed th,.- respect in
which he was held, particularly iu
Sapperton. There were very large
crow Is ltt the Masonic cemetery,
where t.i'- remains were interred.
Having been for some sixteen or
seventeen years memoer of Royal Citv
lodge, .No. 3, J. O. O. F., about forty
members tinned out irom the udd
Fellows' order, and were marshaled
by M. .1. Phillips. C. S, Keith acted
as chaplain. Most of ihe officers of
the two local lodges were present, including Noble Grand G. E. Gilley, ol
No. 3. The pallbearers were: Ala., ir
Keary. .1. B, Kennedy, U. Sullivan,
Jam's R, Brennan, Aid. Garrett and
Capl DeBeck. Kev. i_. G. Thompson
ci nducted the service and the Odd
Fellows* burial ritual was also read.
Klowr.;     were     sent     as     follows:
Wreai.is���Mr. and .Mrs. \V. J. .McMillan (Vancouver), Mrs. \v. Johnson
(Vancouver), Royal City lodgi \'o. 3,
and   "Brehaut and Buoih."
Sprays���Mrs. and Miss Shaw (Vancouver), Mr. and Mrs. Clarence De-
Heck. Mr. and Mr.< J, li. Kennedy,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald, Mr. and
Mrs. Nels Nelson, Mr. and Mrs i'at-
chell, Mr. and Mrs. Stinett (Vancouver), Mollie and Florence Walmsley,
Mr. and Mrs. McRory .and Mis. Weir,
Mr, and Airs. K. Best, Mr. an,I Mrs.
lions,-, Mr. and Airs ,l. K. Armstrong,
Mr. and Airs. Te.-key, Mr, and Airs.
El. Johnson, Mr. and Airs. \\". McDonald, Mr. and Airs. Gillespie an I Charley, .J. and Aliss L. Walmsley, Mr. aud
Airs. Garrett, Mr. and Mrs, .1. A.
Montgomery.
Crosses ���Mrs. C. Digby, Dr, ni I
Airs. (;. McGulre, Mr, and Mrs, I).
Sullivan and family, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Sniiih i Vancouver).
Sickle Ah. and Mrs, Murdocli McLean  and   Fred   McLean.
Crescent���James Ft. Brennan and
VV. ,l. Brennan.
Anchors���Mr, and Mrs. McLachl.an
(Vancouver), Mr. I>. 8. McLachlan
(Vancouver), Women's Guild (.Mount
Pleasanl Presbyterian church), Mr.
and Mrs. W. R, Gilli y and J llinch,
Airs. Kirk, and Mr, and Mr .1.
Travers.
Th,. run,'rai arrangement_ �� n carried out bj  D. Murchle,
r
I     Caleno*"*:
Xmas Postals
Xmas Cards
STOCK
COMPLETE
[MOREY'S
I 217-219 Columbia Street
L
Choosing An Executor
In making your will THE CHOICE OF
AN EXECUTOR should engage your
thought at lea.st as much as the division
of your estate.   Advise with
THE
Westmifister Trust & Safe Deposit Co., ltd.
D
Hoiik Offiie: Nf* WESTMINSTER, B. C.       Write to particulars.
r.4. MART, M^noK��nK 04r%?ctor
. immm^mtmm^mMm
!
OUR
Great
GLOVE OFFER
Regular $2.75 and
$3.00 values
PER PAIR
lti button long Suede Gloves, Reynier
make, which is a sufficient guarantee
of their being the best quality. Au
extra large stock compels us to sacrifice this Special lot Hlack and
Grey, all sizes.    On sale, per p'r, **"1-75
NOTE CAREFULLY
the SPECIALS in the
Ready - to - Wear Section
Vs-rkui-s regular and odd    lines of special inte-*-
-��*���      %J%yC   a
One lot consist ini; of banies' Heavy
FUesce-lined Undervests ar.d Drawers,
v.hit.- and grey; all sizes- children's
friton Undervests and Drawers, grey
only; Plush Slipwalsts; infants' All*
woo] Hands, Infants' All-wool white
Undervests.
.t at present b.. inuse now in deman
At $1.25:
At 7&c:
Three dozen only Ladies' Hark
Colored Flannelette Blouses In neal
attractive patterns;  all si����s.
on,-  lot  of  Ladle       ; Colored
Flanm h tte Wrappi rs, w, ade and
of attractive style;    only a             :
numbi r n mains.
i n,      .,   Boya'   .hi | Girls    -  ���.
S\ oo Ji   ���     ���   or   S\. ��� ���������
kind h .���- bei ause tb*       e i
Porta ���  an    nice
���������itiL in.  li     ii   tin.    and
weavi      all   izes
At $1.00:
At $L95:
Five dozen lot of J___.lies>' Soft
Fleecy Flannelette Night Gowns;
wurm and comfortable; woll made
neatly trimmed with embrridory or
lteaflhig; regular value J1.25. Our
BpeCia] reduced price, now, ...    $1.00
i i ,,  dozen onlj  Ladii ���  <,
*���!.-. $2.50 to $2.75;   but the Biz
ranges of colors havi   ���
Bpecial   reduction   will
. ii quickly; colors ar, n ivy, c
niack and cream;  trlmmi I with
���iii^r colors on cftllat  and i iff?
Exquisite
Evening Wenr
MUSLINS
Known on the Anie.rican side
as "Sole Perlee." They have
: ui b a close resemblance to
silk ihat we mlgbt .S'dl them ns
tbat. The finish ie-equal to thai
of a soft oilk and the fabric is
extremely shfser, with delicate
���shading in the lifelike flowers,
which are stamped on plain
ground. We show them only
ln dn ss lengths of i'> yards
(one die-ss of a patlemj fr*r
yard 50c   ai_d  6Vc
Plain Soie Perlee
The same fabric a? in the
fancy styles; shown only iii
cream, pink and sky; any
length,   per   yard 40c
Cream Japanese
Pongee
Sheet soft, pure silk Popgeo,
which makes up Into serviceable
hands,une evening dresses and
waists; washes well and wears
well; _.'" Inches wide, per yd 65c
Bordered
Kimona Cloths
Exceptionally attractive ���^"l"
erlcan Flannelette known .,H
Buperflne flannel owing to the
finish, This material comes In
neat baiter,^ jp |J fudpfl *Citk*
ftild Jiau a !l l-l! Inch Paisley
Jiet.tern border on one s'de Only, which prove,* a dainty
trimming for front collars and
ouffs of garment; colors are
sky, navy, brown and cardinal.
Per yard 25**-
A Superior
Quality of
Feather Bed
PILLOWS
$1 to $3.50
Each
JKf.:at'  this maker*!  guara��(e*?
"�����*. guarantee ilia., th ��� flIBng
<<"��ttHi��i���i: in ihis pillow is _��b-
soi:it!afl\ .ill featnern, thoroogh-
!y cuivd .and cleaned and pari
fled an,] ti-,.���,. from mln. or adm
t. ration '
This ii* -i|... lirst time we hav,-
evei hail |,i?|p.-��v. s n Ith a guarantee like this and after careful
Inv, .stimuli,.., are decided thai
im other niak, -nwinld do us. Vou
will be satisfied with them as
w ��� were,
-vii,i tb, a again, thej are
lower in price than previous
brands. They hav.- nicer coverings and better sizes and full
weight, running from 2 1*2 to
3 1-1 lbs, each Ask to see
them.    Kach     .     $1.00  to  $3.50
A SPECIAL
Cashmere Hose
FOR LADIES
3 pair for $1.00
One Bpecial lol of Ladles'
Hlack Embroidered Cashmere
Hose, and Plain Tan or Black
In a very good grade of Cashmere. Sizes 8 1-2 to 10 Inches.
Specially bought and specially
priced 3 pair for $1.00
Pleated
Delaines     J��q
per yarc
12  n,;,   \il-\v-   IP       ; !'���
lalnes In navy, brown   ,
Bky, cream an I bla
for I.ad   -' and I
etc.   Plain goods ��� ���
rmay   ie had for wai '
CHILDREN'S
SCHOOL
UMBRELLAS
75e each
V'lii:   i- Jhi' use of glv ng
, ir.ui; i ii  a    good    umbri   a
!/.,'���.;���   .*���!/>.   Bxpenslve
(Or   ..,J_.o,,!   ii S4i,   when
I _.i  ;i qieclal ���small size Biilta ��� ���
for .I,",i .,i glrIs. Thej are mi
lust   ii'*.v     bI te,    with
handles, fancy   or   plain
design*, eov, red'   with    i ������'
taffeta.    Ml   one    i��]<"
A PURE  SILK
Crochet Thre
CZ*. ||'''1
OC per y
Specially  redu��uvei   via  B
IK'!'  SplKll   to
der to clear outtVlctorla *
dozen.     You   m-Si���nas   and S
iii    i   *-: noints and   '
this pure silk  '��� -*����� I v tulin|
Ins when you fligdon and New
U��!ty to buy a P  ��  *-"":
Spools  are th
shades
Vai  '
Wiil-'
i Milwaukee
st. P*lLl 1
W. S. Collister &
onear Limite-d" St r      l
o,
',0,
"Short
"South    Wes*
I City to Chicago.
Thej
Chirag''
St Paul Railway-
ent that of the
im . JfilflHH \i m
*#mammtt-mmm*WmMma**mm*am*amW^ ���^__r___"   r^Bma   I   WBC; I ***W1T.ZT'..
, . ���d operate their�����*        ;it,
flint--:'s on alll their   )(j(  ^
2K iEJKBUC aHZidmMnmmatmWfat.y,. i,   .. irons an  ����
d��*%wrPort^
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