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 Xcctaw-
r        INSURANCE
-H,TE, SHILES & CO.
*HI1  '  c, Phone 85
Lire
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  FRIDAY MORNING   NOVEMBER 27.   190**
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
CITY COUNCIL Will
SOMKTIMt HERE!        m ^^
PARADES AISLE      | LIBEKALS .t.UKE LtAhE      NEW CRUISER WILL BE    i FOOTBALL CLDB WILL
THREATENING TO KILL     ON NEW HEADQUARTERS    y^ qN g c j-q^j
|tc Erl,ct Building on Royal |
in
Three  Storey   Block.
.   ,    ave ling r, ,,
VI, C, A.,  spout,
(li,   ,U\  yesterday    'n
a  ,.���-,,, ier ol  bual-
tlnic ago volun-
azed     Pressman     Terrorizes
��� rs cn Train  by  Wield.
",'j   Ugly   Gun.
tion to *-"'v-" -------- * Liquo
^nu. I.  Again   Talked   of- N(JW Dam ^ (J^^ ^ Pa
Again ��� ��� -usse(| with ^^^^^^^^^^^
B.C.E.R. Officials.
i: .'i      26,    Crazed  with    It?
���    und, - the sting ol a
At the specla ,r ,!,..    cjty !**��I-l>oseil  Insult, Gi   rge  Wagenlander,
council , ilie I foi .       , ,.,���,������
ness nn*"                 nnectlon  wiV'""   '":" ' '"   mau' '   P">P<����-
< Coquitlam  dam  to bt ij tin    :,y    ,.,,
Vancouvi ���   Po . ,y, j com,
UP lo ' disCUsd   ���,   ,, _  ,).
poa..   to  , "'.in.- tn -. ���  i
i'. i' ���"
I '
. -,- i me "-
... ���
i nn"
     ������
'  ^    *-V* *��� "M Vancouv,
���    ;.       _,..    , - was '" liavc been |
,i.
Ore.,
train   .���.
.   .,i   I'm
tetnoon
but  owing    to
���    n- li did not ma.   bj.jdg
. in
iv   ibi*
Mr.   Say-
beld "'
led to
next,
i ���   three weeks
���!���; ���,.,.   ol     in
,, l prolesuional
and    nis.,    lo j
��� :     to  en 'I ���
iltable   building
,.   Irable      lti
Uo;        avenue,    <>"
.    ol work   li ,
i ling the lay-
in latlon.
in    under    con-
pro*
Islan i
���
s,... ral
;���
I
-���
I
|       -_>���: _ei.ii     Int, ' ..��� ,,';',:
I Mie com ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
pa .    ;., tablj  Mi,,-                 .. th Fina11*   ''' ' :         Egan 8te��ljed in
���en i "   .lai igei   Bu   i a   and  J ine '" ' ''  "       "' realizing ,h
:*   pres. man   ol      Portland,
on  Northern  Paclflfl
14, mi  route  io    this    city
la -i night and tei.
"" '    I :_���' ra ,,:   Mi>   car  in
which id n_   bj   pacing tiie
aisle, gui and,  and    threatening
Ing to i. II tin   ib ; person who dared
to move.
Fin.ilM
Two   Young  Liberals   Will    Be    Giver,
Seat; on Senior Executive���Clu--
to  IViov<_  in January,
26 wi",
H. Olovi
''.I.-.      V, ,.
and  Jui
ca
th
���
! three fiet highoi  ..ati  ""*'i ,,
on   botl      ca   on
���d  re
���    c i , m   th,  ,    .
''  a^f-.. more t
IA
i-'i  s,-, t. ll   ,;    ntei     -.������    .mi-    i, id
, mi
and    Consulting    En Schu
and submitted  tor    a
tian  thi
���
thai  ' oi mber* .       ini I]
ai I seen
t'.,.   ibeiii.ii Ives  whai The
ouvei  Power com
.. ml
:.. ,   ''-^^^^.........................^
���
rcqul ....   11, ba ���
the '' uv, rdal, eel ion in
operai lon earlj In the new year, wh le
the I. ne --ill also be electrified
at once.
.-,,    Mi-s    i.iii..       Falling  the companj   succeeding In
. . |     ,..,. the l dslng ol the dam to get
rcaiixtriK tn,- situaiioi^j
walked hol-llj up to tin  demented man Mvn*   given,    The   two
��� ���ii    '������: ���     d to look a   Mi-  -'in. Wii*.-1win  be appointed    hi
��� ii   .-: : .. ,    the llrearm and
th,   '��� nd ovi ��� ���,'������. ��� red hlm.
���
A; Mn- regu a i  nn i t ng ol tli i Lib
al  association yesti rd iy    evening    li
wus decided  thai   the  Hardman  ; i
Ali ���iv nzle  street,   b,   leased   Ioi
j,:,:���������.  with a   three or six  year ��� x-
tenslon option, it being the Intention
ot tb,   as oclatlon to make iis hea I-
quarters  there,   moving  early   In the
new year,   The hall will be fitted up
and   in   proper   shape   by  Jan,   1,  according to the propi li -
Notice ,,!' motion to .un, ml ihe con
utltutlon i" permit ol the addition ol
two in, tubers to the exec itlvi   board
new   nr mbei S
���||.-       ;-efellll.V
organized   Young  Liberals,  the  selec
Mon being I, ft to that assoc atlon.   A -
Liberal Government in Earnest Concerning Protection-Tenders Called for.
HAVE CONSTITUTION
Committee   Appointed   to     Draw     Up
Rules���J. Bruce  Elected Capta.n
. for tlie  Season.
-
dice
In i - i
ten   in
wa   ��� n ned over to tin .
^^^^^^^^^^^^    nion  ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Itlei   and   after   several (executive board, including the offici
tad  com,.:, ���'
, apadi
 ,1*-'
to cot' U.JH
thia ad Ution Is    made,    the
..   I. Includlr
coin;,os,.,; of fifteen men
Vancouver, Ni <t, 26.- Apart trom the
ajctivitj displayed by the Dominion
_��� - ni i ;��� since electioni in respect
to Improvements In the harbor at
Vancouver, th, fact lhat the governmenl - pledges were not mere pre-
��� li t- i, .i p - ,in * s, is pro.��� n bj the
ippearance of an advertisement this
week ,n prominent newspapers tor a
n ew cruiser for Lrltlsh Columbia for
Mi,- flsh, ri-.-  pr,    ction service.
Tenders addressed to G.J. Desbarat ,
acting deputy minister ot marine and
fisheries, Ottawia will Ik recleved***-up
to I iniiaiy io, 1909, for the con-- ,
tl in ol a t.w in screw steel crulsi r for
��� ��� - otection service In Bi Itlsh
Columtjia   waters,   oi'   the    following
a largel)  attended  meeting ol    iiii
W< stmlnster Football club was    held
l/i-:   evening, when  a  number >>i  important   matters   Weie  dealt   with.     E.
R. McMillan Occupied the chair, due
'. ini!-,. i    ;,ii-.i' ra   dealt    **, in
was  to appoint  a  committee to draft
i   propei   constitution   for   tne    club,
tho e  appointed    eing  President  Me-
Mill:,n.  Manager  Davis,  \v.  Anderson,
IM Bridge, A, (i. B< aton   and    T.  il.
Wilson.
l-H.,r nominations were received for
the office ot captain, .1. Bruce, i ,
Klrbj. R, Sawyi i and J. McGowan.
The ballrft resulted Bruce, 7; Kli ���
6; Saw er, 5, and McGowan, 2. Druce
was thi   i   dl Clfli ��� .1   ' a   -..mi,  and  Kim.v
was chosen  vice-captain unanimously.
Considerable discussion took    place
advisability    of engaging    a
onstruci on ol
with a
Bwimmln ���
. ond  ih",-     v.    ���
,m- and   n  i I*
thii tl llnoi v\ ill be
���
n the cH
" '.   : ,,,uii-   at
I
BOMB THROWER HURLS
MISSILE AT A TRAIN
GERMANY BUFFERS FROM
SURPLUS OF UNEMPLOYED
Ca '��� itta,   Nov.   26.     \     bomb wa--*,
train   com n     ini i Cal*-
.     , .   .,        f cutta. filed with b_u    i   in    i -
, on   the  intention ot   ���*���****��� ���'                      ��        .
a hi I,   .-.. nth
.   .     ,   no  | ass, ngei 3 w<       i
itra       brew i lie    tal on .;, ���
F   iJLOOD
jvVlPlNGOUT  NEGROtS
i tl,
anic   u > onluslon,   !.   >l
.,: ter   i.i   le   his  i sea. e,     Th,     p	
��� ii.,:, M  commenced a hol
:' ���!���   be offi nder, but thi re M li- tie h , .
thai he will ',,��� ipprehended.
The bomb thrower Is believed to be
day at a meetinj?!enough  water for power purposes, it ���< l;'"iv'  ���""' ;i ti.e_iitt.er ot the revolu'
,, | tlcal  g ���,       ���   ,; ,   conj1)eiied    to    acquire    the  tlonarj   cabal  which nas  been manu-
.   discuss . ol   thi   Stave   Lake    Power  facturing internal machines for months
.. -.   after    efer-  comnany. which also has a franchise[planning a wholesale slaughter of the
���  dim, ..   "11-, naniei.. :     Lengi h.
all.   H   :'��� ��� t ;    breadth   ol   Immiii ; ���   ���  	
Id, : 32  , ���     and depth from top special cai  tomorrow for the game at
i"  '             .mui-  at   side,   I" Vancou.    , and at   length It  was de-
,. de  vered at Victoria, ti.C. ,. 1,1.:< to do so, the car leaving the 3.
Plans and specifications of this new r   i_. u. depot  at   I   p.m.    Last w -ek
mer i in ���-        nal the department ;;;. car proved   i   success, and    it    ia
ne and       erlea, Ottawa, at the hoped  that  the citj   will rallj   to the
office, of the collector ot customs, To* aiuppon once more, the club being at
ronto,  Hamilton,    Collingwood,    Van- ,.,,n    m  need  ol  mui,is.    Treasui  r
r,  II.  ('..   uul  Sydney.  N.  S.,  and i;.;,,     , ported on thi   state ol the club
at thi   an,-nei,- ol  the departmenl of exchc.qm -.  which owing  to  the '���������    ���
marine   and   MM, ��� ���       al     Montreal ,, , ...   , , ienditure la very low, in Gac
throughout the fatherland are clamor-   ',,������.,., si. John, N.B., Halifax, NS. v H
Be -iii,   N'ov. 26.   -'1 ie woi '��� mil, cla -
1 lermanj   are  t i lay  facing  hardei
tim .   In ���   have experienced  in
i gem ration, an i thi situation h is   ., ���
come - i i" ate tha     be labor unions
Gibson suggested an appeal lo
lng   for governmenl    assistan e.    To I charlottetown,  P.E.I.,
th   si rious  -'������<' on, thi   Berlin   h   c.
md     Victoria.
municipal authi ritles are already con
dei lng     ������ Inauguration of extenslv
The
, an   be
same   plan*
procur, i
li-o.ii.Mii'.. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
, ., .    ,,, thi | owi ��� in Mu- city,
dna      noa In ord ous ���   thesi   matt, rs.
,.,   so mixed   with   (,, ii,-,;,'   Mail.,!       8       I��Og,  M     Sohuy-
....   ier,  and others  hav     *en   invited   to
... y.ars trohi n >w   attend th-    tieetlng, as well as repre-
,,.    l0at i  of ti . ;���' and
poakin ' 'ci   council:     rhe  ob-
. . blood In    ni ii mee lng  la    to   give    the
tt ] ortun 1:'  '"
 uncil    befori
  or Keary goes ti   '��� :-' '"������'-
will
., nts "I iudia.
lublic  works  to  provide employment j the department ol marine and  tlshei
for those who are Involuntarily idle.    Us   ,,���, al th(  a^.,.-u.y of thi   d part-
It is ���  ���iinaie.i thai more than one-'., n   o{ mB1 ,���.. ;i��� , fisheries, Victoria,
fourth of Germany's wage earning class   ,;   ,-     lp l(    ,,,   seVenth daj  nl  Jan-
is une I at prei ent and that by uar,    i-��_.-.���_
th,   middle i f  l lecemb, ���   the  propoi
tion will hav,   reached ��� ne-third.
I AUSTRALIA  COULD
FOLLOW CANADA'S EXAMPLE
AUSTRIA  WOULD  HAVE
COMPULSORY  INSURANCE
CHAP'-E THAT  OFFICERS
EXCHANGED ASIATICS
Vienna   Nov. 26    Tbe    government ,
SPECTOR OF
IN    KILLS   HIMSELF
C'harli -     l>a
'
i,
1,
, ,    ,.    Hi - de   him
��� au    open    mai ked
. asi I   Mind."
Mil- |ll   OplP        I  '.
"������li-i- i. ���  nke, were entertain
ad\   ^	
treet,    ,-estei da
!    ill    ll,'l    dull.
,,., nttii  Bister, QU< ��� nie
vi.,      one    ol    i he
th,   , vening,    the    first
\M       M    K.,sun in
' nion bv Mis. Byrme*
ROOSEV ELT MAKES
PLEA   FOR   NEGRO
...   .      ion,     Nov.     -ii    I'n-   d i,
,;..    .<���!���   toda    in de I.   i Ing i he address a    i he laj in.-    "i     h<     ,    a
stone ol  i li.   Young . Men",    Cbrl tlau
... ia .,,,1  building   for  coloi ed
pii .   i   , .   ed    tin   relal Ions   of    the
v hi, e  and   black  i;n ���������-. and   made    un
plea  fu       : In      quai e   deal"   Ml
ica's  future    iieiinieii.     oi
'-M'O
owei  House of!
n Ri,. Ill deft In
 Ial Insurance
It exi��� uds the pre n a\ p o\ Islons for
.... i -..,, ;,-      .��� _      :,-t      illlleSS
to all  woi kun a an I    - ���' an -.  Includ-
-i , altnral    la     ei       In urance
I age ia also madi    ��� ligatory
in th,   ,., '   ol .,11 workm, n employed
,n   Industrial    coucern__,    agricultural
San Franc
I tha
ico.    Nov.    26,    Charges
ifflcers    an I    membei a   ol    the
��� ���   ot   th    Pacific  mail  . ti .   Vlon
.,:i .������,... ;i:i.   . ���
���  ,   Into  . *.i
.....      .,  .      _   . lot
.- �� i..     ail   ������  :   M   i.- "Man   -,,:!,''-���
, /ni       ' :      ,   i >���-.   ... :-      ..,���-���-.     :
'1 hi   'ne stlgatii n Is ex]
tend    ���     ,:������..'      .    lng
���   a the i>iieiii and thi- port.
Lon lon, Nov. 26.���In referenci io the
statement ol tb-- premier of South
Ausiralia   regarding   the   vacant   gov-
,;i.-ir,,   n thi   state, namely ihr thei
��� a    ���, ii Ion ot  honor  In  South
a iii a   should   i"    . - ga de I
.... ond ' hi   'each of their mo >i   li -
.i'ljiii-';,- tl cltizi -a *, lhe Earl of C    wi
��� ia;   il    A,is. i ;,l an     ,1,���-'!-.���     to
., i Canadian sj sti m. thi   imp,
rnnn nt  will  probably ag
la  oiers
servants     and    employers
. d0eS  ������.   eXC.    !    LARGE DREDGING
the
,00     i he in, in" -   ��1 person     tt' ���     I
i ,. .'I"".
The Mate will male   an annual gi "������
, I ,!,,, .rn- | w.n.i lhe costB of admin
.    ag the funds, and alter the Afti
,,,,    will idac- *17 tor each contrlbit-
tor.
DEaLS  IN   KLONL-YkI
ui  bi i   fath, i -   negro     He  '-- '
,. i   social    qualit.   fot   wl-tcn
IS. ���'"'    t'quiillt>  "I "eat-
...        ���   mv    equalit>  of   op
lortunlt)  um ���' "vlng." and he In-
I    ih,,    "performance    of    dutj
Hhouldb.   the lest applied to the white
Testing  Mission  Boat's  Engines.
i   sting   hi -    "���' 'I  coramenc* 1  wiu,
., ,, th ���  in w   medical  mis*
,   .,..    bi   Good Samaritan, w ui, ii,
thi   Methodist denomination ol British
,-,, imbia  is ,-oesiiuciiti:- to  be  " *''
,    Dawson,  V. T., Nov. 2d-   A    report!on th��   wan        etwi   n  Seymour nu.-1
has    eon  received  that  Rusaell   K us   rows an l the Na.-s river.    James    .v.
n. bonded his ,eii miles of dredgins  R, ibek, ol Victoria,   is    testing    nie
...,���,     iwo    modern    dredgi      on   -���    |    engine   which are being used-
Walkei a   Fork,    in    the    Fortj mlb        | ���*,     ted Oibi  lhe boat will
country;  to Davison    I      hei       man   ���������  read}   in    a re*    days.    Captain
. ,��� -,ii,   viaska Consolidated Gold   oiivei   Is doi pg tne    '."at    to    tne
lng  company,  for li ,   Sei-   church, .and this represents a valuable
consideration     She will be    able    to
.,���,,.;   ,.;,,. Mm   aid to thi   missionary
the   citi7.en_.   which    Manager     Davis
thought premature al the present, unie.
nd specifications Thi...., l8  llOW,.v���, m0ney yet to come
application   from   in   lind  lh(. ..,,,,,  luis  h.1(,  ,���  pl;l>     ;i
number ol out matches.
The club was  well satisfied with a
,   .i t that thc e ip ������ ,".i in the recent
match with the Celtics during the exhibition w," u was now  ordered    and
would be available  in a    tew    days.
The-,   has    i, ��� ii  some difficult}   a*    to
, iin- arrangements made with the   ex-
i Uibliion  dlrectois   when    the    match
was settled
i* implimentiai.   I Ickets wer,  ordered
to    ���   i sued  io employers    ot    labor
���  li    ba i   iound   work   for  the   p ayers
,, hi rwis,   assisted.    A   vote    ot
,., - w as passed to the pla; ei * tor
i ci Bsful re nit   .���*���> far.   .1. La .*
    ...i- confirmed In bis position as
iraini r
The I, am  Ior Sai in Ma;,   u as ch, ise i
a , follows:    Goa . Loi k;  bai',,-. <''.aiIt
nd '��� : iy; ii ,i. ��� s. Mine . Sawyer an1
'Lenny;   forwards,   Hayes,   Shawcrosa
McGowan, Carse and    Caydzien;    re-
.���   es, Ri Id an I Ric,.
Shamrocks   Goal.    Lamble;    backs.
M  !_��� .,wn     M ��� -i-i *
Mr,ill mm.      Davis;
W.ilfini'ion.   .lones.
haves, Sngden,
l'orwai-ds. Jottes,
Bruce,   Mitchell.
EDDY PAPER TO
PLEASE FASTIUIUU
other ���.i mu   di��� dRing
ling In tne '.\   a
-, man alike.
baseball Club Is Up Against
Very Serious Proposition
New  Insurance Company.
Winnipeg.   So.    26.    Stock   sh	
bav,   heen issued and work of organ**
which will b.  hacked almost exclusive-
_.. .,,,.��� capital h is alreadj been | May Lo���� An Eye
^e)1-    u..���. ;  pwparatorj   to aaklns      Regina, Sask., Nov. 26.   -Roy Haml!
,  cliai.u,,  tt(  Lhe nexi   session ol    the   ;,,,,.,���������),.   Canada  Permanenl    stafl
, ,     ,    |,8    been    called    the   ;,.,,, ,������. ,,; i,i- eyes Injured la a gamo
l^"[,.,,  PrudnnUai. hut .. - lln   am\    ,.   IB8ketbaU al lhe Y.  XI. G  A. One
intll( ,   ��� ., n,i a are .MMi a "-*' i,,r th.   players  stuck   Ilia  thumb  lutt*
company ol   that    litle    " | Hamilton's eye and he maj  lose   thn
Boston, Mass.,  Nov, 26.-The Chrl*
,,,,   s, ,,���,   Monitor, the    fourth   ot
the |ournals  lo  be published bj   M ���
wm-kVand various bodies in the church I Mary Baker tl. Eddy, appeared on M
m ponstl
mj   make themaelvas j streets oi  tbi* clt>
,.,', the maintenance of the  two-cent   dail}   paper
ii   is  expeciei
I'lll.,
IPS   mil.
. iw Pi,-. isam wil] be mail
ioa1 to d< a| wiih the sick,
a,, ��� <sarj     accommodation
mui,   foi   .     ant  sorvii
hoard.
iy.   sold   at      ���'
According    ���
,*���';��� thelMM.Eddy'siiromUe.the twelve pagei
and   m oi the i'-  flail}  contained    "nothing
can    belthat would be tlispleaslng to the   m
nothing morbid, ���-    ���
io be held on   i istldlous ;a-'
...iii,   or  \ib'.'
chan
i mj
,���, ,.,,���. i,Ier,  I nee, s*an
;':"    offi
IV,..
Btore
the
We:'
"!l I   .'
III
���
11!-' '11 111,
""I. :,
anxious  Mine  In
and executive o
'.ill  club wiio
i*i  in   1907, vision*    "f
uu-. summonses    an I
ii a,s ,,i  ihe law looming
Immediate future In con-
mi unpaid de a  contract-
the    season,    when    a
of   baseball    paraph, rnalla J
���wared, mi trust, trom the Cun- U>
"Bll--i'i   Hardware   company.     The in
���etnalnij unpaid,  the club treas-  wayi
���        "'in' replete with coin al any  .-.,,-y
""'���lng ih,. past lew days a re-
paymenl  lias been received
io   b,
re-
Mi,
,,, ,,|   the  player* io ue  reauy
I sponsible '<"' ,l"' contracting ol
|debl  ,������ BBfarasoanbeaacertalnted,
L    hm aOI yet been   billed    tor    the
amount.    The spectacle of J. K. tun-
���i,���!,ain, ex-manager of the Westmin*
Bler iia.-bail teani. being sued b} thi
iSli;iin Hardware   companj    for
,1a.   would   bu   Just   a   trifle
(tirlj
inli.".-
nentatlve
ati< ;
of    Mrs.    J.   I'll! discuss the
in
����_
hi
*- ll���
Cunning
unpaid   de
funny.
\ll     et, li
me,linn   ol   the
1907
ll)ve was beld yesterday evening
Women  Voters  Meet.
\   meeUng ol   the    women
which  was thoroughly   repr.
jM clmracter, was held yeaterdaj
t,������i. nt  the resldenc.
Gilley,  Eighth    Btree
torthcoming raunlcl lection.   A��
Ijnteiedtlng address was delivered bv
I the provincial superintendent ol tW
\w c T U., Mrs. Bpoflard, and it was
L^d io .nee. again shortly, before
I h) ,,,.,,,������ comes on. The decision*
ai the meeting are   bel-M
Ieight as, a result.    Tbe boll of the eye
U tilled with  blood and  the retina i'-
��� detacbed-
iu-rlved at
ale   bl   request.
I'n
Wl   In:
V thos..
uppoBed  io be respon
slide
lilnt
g Jl* contracting dt the debt. ,n
a"1- """ino,-.,i,,! i��� the   Btntometil
m1 Ilan Bettlemeni would avoid
""��� *     in   which   the   |in>��'''**K
"   Wo��'i! pla.\  an Important  part,
Ml'   .    ; ,..      in
un ��� lenient ot corned}    "'
.
iv M
" ml,
��f Hi
-
na i. \. Cunningham, man-
Cunningham    ilnr iware
manager ol    Lhe    baseball
'ii.   Mm,   the goods  were or-
lie- , hlcf ..*,, e it Ivo ot >!"''
Ini   an   :   held by sev-
,i���    Columbian   offlco   to discuss
.,,���, lu,a..s of raising the neces*
,,,-v funds to wi|���- out tl ebt. Oiljf, .iv
Bfi��    members   attended,   although 	
may ���.,��� ,���.,.��� summon ed.- II was de- 0near*��.a.
���,,������. con��lb��lWUQ    "    a edged bayonet was m��WI.-JgJ
iU   ���,    An<.iber ineniber pMDtad toL��. ago by     ������;.,-,.,,,��. 0,     ��    ���
,,, win, 1260 wack. when digging ta his   tin*"-"
'"""���' ""' ,  'iwin- to   the rrden oil Westminster street.     The
,,   ,������,.   i,,t,i    amount owing  i<�� gaiuni   ��iv
inrdware   company   >* weapon bad evidently been then
Breaking   Up   Illicit  Liquor  Tradi.   	
St. John, N. l(., Nov 2& Ne��
Uruns��.*Jcl_ officer.- are working h> Thei-e la every possibility that West-
conjunction with Main, officials In anlaiaater and the Praser \.a1tey district
aitempl to break up ihe boundar} i"H"��in be represented at the A- Y. P. ex-
liquor traffic. Tbe> have arrested i- hlbltion ia Seattle in 1909, tb, Initial
K.  wis,.. John  t'ollin-. Alomo    R*t'Lteps towards securing    ihis    having
District to be Represented
at A.-Y*-P. Exposition
cllffe .md Ledbetter.
for
Cunningham
onlj
fans
lhe
S12 "ifl not
$2B,
are
1 on   Wil
of
ii,,. more optimistic
hoping lhat  the patrons
come forward with   tn
,,,,  to wipe "IT Ihe tie"
���,,t., _;.i:-y a smoking nonce I
v.���  io ra'-,   til    ���'""'-
the
man}
years Judging  trom  the amount
KETCHELL  IS CHAMPION
San    Francisco.    Nov.    20.
Stanlej KetclMjl won the n��id-
dlswslght oamplonahlp from
Billy Papkc with �� knockout
blow in i in* eleventh round thl*
evening. limli men funuht
gamely irom ihe stun, honors
being (airly even all through.
a   large   amounl    of   won
m i
, been decided upon   ai   an   exi cuilve
Inisetlng of tha. Publicity tuwcclatlori
yesterdaj jiftemoon, when ii was d -
cldel io approach ihe citj council ani
the board ot tradi   with reference to
j ih, making of i large display I ths
big fai'������ -^s concessions are being
napldl}     taken    up    at     the  A.  Y. IM
.mounds, earlj action wlll be ttecessaty
In   onler  tO   secure   a   good     location,
lng ihe past t\>,, months, explain, 1
Mm; over ihr,-,* hundred replies had
b��, ii reci ive.I In answer to small u ;-
\oi us, m, uis inserted lu a number ot
hij_.li class magazine* and newspapers
n,niiiH ihe |,i,-t two days over thlnj
i quests for detailed Informal Km concerning tin Knis, i valley bav, been
l'i ceived.
li was decided lhal anv real estati
agani or other person interested In
the worh of association should b, * u
titled to iool. over Ml communications
received Inquiring tor lands, etc., _o
that tho part'e;   leslrlng to locate her.-
oi
lllllll.      .*������,���-    .e.-.n.",-  |    - 	
of decay from rust,   Old lighting men ^   ohanged ban,- over the light,
are  unable to account   for its i,1vS'
,,,ic.. U i the four-edged bayonet eenu
;,, have ! een ohsoleti lona '" I "���' "  ;'
lime.
��� Theie l�� everj reason to hope that the I might  be placed  In  touch with  local
��� Luggesttons advanced by the publicly* |people.
��� promoters will be    favorably    enter**     .\ major It} ot the replies to thi  .,
��� tained by the two bodies to   be   ap- vertlsements Intimate that thi  wt
��� proached, as much good worh has al-,lwIll move to British Columhla In   Un
��� ,-e.iiiy been accomplished by this asso*; spring,    In  thi   meantime   the  c m-
in   ��� datlon. . ali������ ol     i iUclty will be  vigo
��� publicitj  Commissioner  a.  \v   Mc-  ,.,,-.,-;.,, ,!;,  ., that i 'man;  In ��� ,
m                                                     ���  ,.,,,!   |n giving a short resume of ths  -    tl ...      ;   ma    b,   Indm
��� ���������������'������#���#��������� ������������jwork whicl   hi  had accomplished dur-   ,.,���',    to this district,
the Letting b< lng   Slightly
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The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
NOW   SUPPLY
Mutton,
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 Rcichcnbach Co
3
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
rasasu
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Statistics Show Birth Rate
in America Still Decreasing
MiiST AT SAN FRANCISCO
IS COINING era
City Elections
>   Is hei ������ '.���     ��� ��� ��� 11
vv _-M��M"I��M- ���M"I"I"I"M"K<
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I Itacu, M. V., Nov. 26.-  "During th ���
lod  from IS80   0  1900 the [iropor-
.,!'   cliildn.-n   ti    1   worn, 11    of
lld- earing ago  dei 1  a- ��� I    In    the
ailed States  by   152,  or an average
a kiui thin;,   [u    1   '. decade.    I:   a
ime that lhe change will continue
.::< becked for ;. century and a half In
..���   direction iu which it nas been In
jresa during thi   I isi  foi ty years,
���her,, will be uo children left."
Tbi.. startling   -' it imeni  came out
.11 the lecture uu "Birth    and    Birth
Rate,"   delivered   1.;   Prof,   Walter  F.
coa iu the   cours     on   sanitary
������ nei  In Ooldwln Si     .   tall yi
L, *  me 1. .     .���  uu lei stoi d   is pre-
ng thi  1 on   -ii: inci   - mova*
contiu .   ;   1 Wlllcox,  "
.   u ' ...    ������ od   0 Inging
.   to ��� ���   -. sweep
1   :- gnll thi    ' han .���     1  -
,- to [i oj ,-   ihem
to th,   fui        and see ��� ���   ,1'1'*
It Is 1 the main d itles ol
at 1        ,h
��� lety   l��
ii  ,,..    .        frlii  of  tli    currenl
.    I,   . .-   ;  Mm     -,, ill-oil e,
e to c   ���        M,   , oui se.
"The true r a son . >r the rail In tli -
rate la thai   ln mi lern    times,
mainly  within thi   la 1   halt  f n
and    '-Mi  rat ��� hav<   corai
the  control   of  human will    an I
1 holce  in  a- ���"" "   '?,,i    '" il (|l'u
, ever before true.
"in,;  leading   American    audio
,,.   John Shaw Blllinga, put it as toi-,
lov m:
modi in decliue in 1 b,   bii 1 li ..,1.- ol all
civilized communities."
Prof. Wlllcox also gave atistlcs to
show thai marriage i.s le s common
among college graduates of both sexes
tb m ii is In the average of the entire
population. The figures regarding the
M. Mi 1 at ��� among college gi adual - a
show that the .r-iily educat i pan of
the American people not onlj does not
Increase the population at .-.ill. but on
the coutrar*,. rails  ;., re ,roduce   ts If.
GROTESQUE   IMAGE
j Coins   fo--   Pacific   Coast   States  to   Be
Produced   in   California���Philip.
pines  Also   Supplied.
i 	
.San   Fran, i-en.   Nov. _!���',     Tli.-     i   ���
STOPS  HICCOUGH  FIT,
N  r   York,  Nov.  20.���When sclenci
,1  th,   ' N'..��   Westmini tei
lire 1 requ uc<       the said
electo ihe   C 1 on Ml >N-
DAY,    the    7th    d - Doci ni ie
r.'"*   ai   11   o'clock ...      L'oi   the pur-
pos ��� of elect lng .1  Ma i*or    and
School    i;i'. .       eai     190'J,
and  .1    12 o'i '.,,i!- u    a ��� 1   ..1 ���    ame
mini  has completed  160,000 pieces   ol   ii,,,. [or the pui ol 1 eci ng Beven
the 1100,000 ������ ,'i'L-i* coin- recentlj    or-   pi   sons as Aid .in- u lor ild    eai
il,-! -,l bj the treasurj departmen . and   ol   1300.
���s  ,,1,.. 11.-1  10 iill  the   entire    order      The  mode of nom ��� tlon    ball
when   the  demand     requires,    Ii     is as  follows.    Elach  caodldati    thai]  be
estimated  that  a  ton ol  pure coppor nominated    In    writing;    tbe   wiiMn ���
will be required  for  ibis work.    Theishall   e  mbsc Ibfrd   ���    iwo persons as
mini li'-i-,- has now been awarded thi       ��� ind Beconiter, who shall
righi to coin all subsidiary colnts re 'I'M qualified electors aad eaidenta in
quired on this coa t, ami In addition the City; and such nomination papar
Is at work on $8,000,000 in silver coins  shall   contain   a 1 ��� '"    dgned  by
Philippines,    The completion   the   pei    q nomlna    L tha    be    con*
i
v
iad  failed to cure a ,.,.-" of Hiccoughs
had ��� ndured   for   124  houi -  and
��� ��� eminent ph; - Icians sat helpl
Imagi  ol  "BUllkins"  waa
��� ������".- ��� the patient's eye . and hi
n't hiccoughed since.
The pi rson  foi   . bom ihi   '
of  lui k did Is 1
T   K.   Miller, 1 lie  thia       il
'   been   1 il   mi     ������    ,    idne;
;: oub e only a  ti-1 and
v   ���.     life hail    ��� ��� i. di
tor
this task  wil Hake   four    months'
��� '..   a 01'.       \   f, w  of 1 in* new  *$",
ROl ',      I I, S-' -      1 li" Ml      .1-   tl illl"
.unk" design bave be< n coin, ���-    ',������   ���
salts 1,1 th, '.'\ a ,11 ',��� iu.;
i      Eon   mo      are tunm 1    onl
hi   coin  factor;      ", a    i->
                l..tli
RICH  CARGO  ARRIVES
ON   THE   GLENFARG
������Th,- mosl Importanl factor ln
tho
1 ��� in th, chang - thi d
and voluntarj avoldanci 01 prevention
,, , the part of a steadily Increasing
num er of married 1 eople who prefer
to have bul few 1 bildren. B. tore this
change began the birth cf a child in
the va��t majority of case v a not an
In lioatlon of a deliberate preference
lor thnt result on the , at'l ol oth or,
. Mi,i- of the parent
"There li not a single one among
lhe experU who denies that this is
tin* (.-rear  underlying cause    of   'br'
Victoria   No\. 2C     WH h Bilk 1 ilui ,1
: ��� a 1!;. 11 million doll        ,   I a val-
.   shipment   of    r-alskln    and  sea
,,i 1, i' ;,, \;    taken    ���-  .1 ip ine ������ ��� ��� ilei
-, ,1 1  in   anothi     half   million,   the
steamer Glenfarg ol thc C, I". R. fleel
irrivel \\\J, mornlni; with a rich cargo
of 3263 tons. A In a. \ gale ��as encounter! 'I in mill "i ��� an, bul no damage was sustained.
POSSESSED WEALTH,
BUT HE DIED ALONE
Kamloo]..    Nov, 26    Jam,.-   Quest,
(111   oll-lillier  Of   this   pla<        ��:i      I'lllll'l
dfead   In 1,     cottagi .--.  d 1; - ago
II waa aboul 70 ye, .-, of age. His
l.ody was In a badl) emaciated condition, in Ills poi kel wa i ii bank book
.hnwlng a credl of $8600. Cash to
ti, ��� amount of $161! was al 0 In hli
���
TENOtzRS
:   '
.   In, di ������ B-te, per
-    u Inq il
Bl .'���','.      , \ an   tOl       i!        Qg    ^
Ftombing (',,.
ROYAL Cl TY GAS CO.
s,nits 10  1 ich no n.uai lon,
The no nlnatioi    iap tiall be de
llvered to, the K, 1 urniti    1 ifl;, ��� r at an\
time between the date ol   this  n ���* 1
and (In til      ���     ol  Via 01  an I Sc
Trusl -1   I-.' 11 ..ni ol  the 7th da,\   1
11 ,-��� 11. ��� . 1908, or ' in : bi cas ���
Aldei men 1 c ock p.m ol he t
, 115.
e ��� . ���   ��� ���>   a  ;.<ii!  being  n ��� ���
icli    . :   will   11  open, 1
i ������       la       ;    - ,  ���       1908,   al
1,, , -       md   1 main  1
until 5     in   ol   th,     wii    daj al    the
1,...       i ;,,, ! Cham
ber, C .      t.i,- Flre Kill, Sappei
ton;  an v. aterworks Stori bou
ai    tin     <orner    of    Auckland    an I
Eleventh streets; of which everj  per
i
���THATS   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us mcanis a satisfied customer.
OUR{WORK SATISFIES
OHK PRll.ES ARE RIGHT
Kai,.. on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daity News  Block.
���J��      New  Westminster. Phone 388
>1,'I-"I,'I"I"I"I"I"I'"I*''I"I"I"I"M'"I"I'��['
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT, 'W^
WARNING  TO PURChAbtRJ
i.e;j  assignuiea 1 ul
South  African   Voluteer ��� ; :'-
.aud grant musi *a)    ' *n
. .���.;il"lil .,!  .1  SUl '  ; :-' ���
iu iho form provldi ,
Special attention I : '" s
section .! .if Sei tlon ���'�� '"'
Bounty Act, L908, which
.. ,   issignmenl of the righi of a u'-
j unteer by the appoti 1 *������ ' "'
stitiite shall be accepted 01 ���
{ by the   Departmenl    of  th    in'' '���
I which is not executed and dated aM
the  date  of the  warrant for the lanj
' grant Issued by the Min' '     ,: M"
and Defence In favor of the voluntee
.1. W. GREENWAY
Comml si mi '' !
Alex. Speck's Sporlinn Goods1 "j    "   ' "take n"tic" an(
,:                   ���1--_-���2_2____. govern  himself accordingly,
I ,.:  ........ .      .,.-      ,���;,,
Mh
��� picinliui-   li' 8
������P.OFESSIONAL.
WF    MAN SI"
Solicitor, etc., Cn " J
corner     Columbia     and     ^^���l^''"zl*,
streets, New Westminsti r n. '
A.yiii;.\i.i.i-;u.   BAfiHi! .   R, �����>
.   Ilcitor,   etc.,    42   I "'1
opposite Court House   S* l
ster.    I'lio-w 143,
(Inn.-   and    aium inltton rootbails,
umbrellas,  typewrit ,,.. tackle
etc.,  and all   kind. niiomatic
machinery repaired,
(ii'.<-n nn Ier my  hand at  the City
HalU   N,-w Westminster, the 24th Day
of November,
W08.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Retnrning officer.
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia at.      -Man on th,  wheel."I C��      M cl fll l> C T
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse pow, r engine,
One straw cutter,
On<; top for ��������.,.,.      , Bgon
Also a good ai ��� 1 r)���w ;md
second hand go,
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office.
Phone 875.
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10,   Brine  Block
New  Westminster P.O.Box 795
The Malleable
Sole Agents
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. MoClughan
STOVES,      TINWARE,      PLUMBING
AND   HEATING.
Front Street    Trust Blnc^
WHITESIDE   &   EDMONDS, I
ters and Bollcliors, D 1 Me ����J
Columbia Btreet,   New    Westmltwterj
W. J, Whiteside, II   l- RAvnonAt
MAItTIN &  MrQUAIl^T^'tR*I
IVl   ters, solicitors; etc.   Offices, Ne��
I Westminster,   Trapp   n'of''<*   c(,rD'
J Clarkson and 1/irnc streets.
OT      ADVERTISE      �����
��� IN ___
THE       DAILY       NEW!*
If  YOU Need   Anything.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
HlKh Clas.i MovIhr  Pictures,   Illustrated Songs.   Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
pKtJRGEE. MARTIN, 'l;;;;'^;;;.
U    Solicitor, Oulchon bl<��^. 1       J
bla and McKenzie streets. >������"
minster, fl. 0- .	
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
Curtis block. Clarkson street.
Dox 169.    Telephon. G-l-
tsr       ADVKKT'f";       "W
THE      D A . ��. Y      NEW
If YOU War. ��i Situation.
���5   . THE DAILf NEWS.
soi/TH W��srmmsT��/f.
���pl/try.
* or si/Bo/y/s/orYor.
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^     mn
If you contemplate buying a
FARM
Be sure you secure one near town
:       :     ON  THE TRAM LINE     :       :
Dui' subdivision is positively the only one on the
���ket supplying either or both these conditions,
ami when you consider it. is an indisputable fact
lhat more money lias heen made by purchasing
land near growing centres of population than by
ither schemes combined, you wil! readily understand the wisdom of those who have already in-
ted with us.
It stands to reason that land so situated is bound
to increase in value much mere rapidly than if
miles away from town or electric tram. The present low prices will not hold good much longer.
We are opening ail roads in our subdivision, so
that every lot will front on a good road.
The soil is jusl the right sort for fruit culture,
and the clearing so light" that the wood and shin-
bolts will sell for enough to about pay for it.
The price we are asking per acre for our splendid South Westminster homesites is only $75.00 to
$100.0v, and we have a number of choice blocks
left to be sold at these ridiculously low figures,
which will soon be raised.
If you do not want one of them yourself, just
make a present of one to each of your children (it
would be the very best kind of life insurance) and
even if you do not plant the land out in fruit, it
will almost certainly add to its present value fully
100 per cent, each year for the next ten years,
making it worth in that time $1,000.00 per acre,
a very reasonable expectation. We can give you
a deed at once.
Dominion Trust Co., Ltd
T. R. PEARSON, Manager
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Also for sale at   HALE   BROS.   &   CQ    and
PACIFIC   REALTY   CO.
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ma nil  angi ���
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|W. C.  CHAMBERLIN The"le"eler I
a
LINER COLLIDES IN
f 06 Off SANDY HOOK
Eight Passengers arid Several Members of Crew oi
Steamer Finance Missing.
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Royal Cafe
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Entirely   New   Management
Proprietress.     MRS.     ARCHER
QUICK    SERVICE
EXCELLENT  CUISINE
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'. GILLETT CO , LTD.
Toronto, Onl.
'jj HENRY'S j
....-_.������        �� tock.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
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Pe ch,  Pear,  Plum    and
m  Cl ��� 1,000 .v   '    jn leading
3   varii 10 i small    fruit
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.  50,000  Bu       foi   fall
seeds
always in    sto< k i   '
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Fertilizers,      P��       S ipplles,
Spra; lng  Mate *     ��� Flow
ers, etr.
Catalocue Free.
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M. J. HENRY
Greenhouses  and   Seedhouses.
3010   Wcsttn nster   Re
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Brun       Ju    erj   S< i
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J. HENLEY
M_._i'_,_ac_urer  of
Mineral  Waters, Etc,
Aerated Water*.
Family  tracp  a  specialty.
Tel. 113 Office    Eight str:<t
NEW    WESTM   \STER.   P..   C.
CHOICE   MEATS
AT THM.
entral Meat Market
'orner Eighth .St.  idO     Hftb Avenue
PHONE   37*"*.
GOWELL & ODDY. Proprietor*
��� SAILORS ARE SE4KCH1NG
HULL OF LINER SARDINIA
Death   List   cf   Wednesday's   Disas.cr
Now   Totals   123   Persons���Ship
Is Still  Eu-mng.
etta, Isle of * ������     i
The arln
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mtside larlio
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MH1S.
search of ih, -    elng con
���! bj  men from the w arshlps
it  i.   slow   work an ���   diffi*!
ms the flre Is  still Tl ���   *1,
Is so hot thnt it is almost
for thi   pallors oi rd.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
SNOW-SHOVELERS
KILLED   EY   TRAIN
I
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p.m,
v. ii'-'ii' i- you 1
.
<���   p. i!   as   you  ni ���    .;n    of
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rickets issued to and 'rom all points
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LAMAS  OF   TIBET
HEAD   REVOLUTION
For further particulars and reservtt-j     \ . S'oi     26.   The    sti    rnsi
ons apply Tango Maru, arriving   rsI  hM
PENITENTIARY   SLPPLIES.
Flou,*.
���(      5i ali ,   ;��� ndi 1 s,  adores* ,1   "lnspec-
. -   of  Peniti ntlaries,   Ottawa,"   and
j .��� ��� Bed     'i ��� 11 li Flour."
, -, e, Ived   until   Monday,  30th   N'o
c   vember, inclusivi. from     n tie   d<
 iti       .,    for the supply   of
until   30th  November, 1909,   oi
, the     undermeni lom ,      >ei ;
namely:
Kingston Pi nit n
st. Vlncenl tl ''��� nileu  ary,
. ... li,-...,:- peniti ntiary,
Manitoba P< nlti ntlai .
British Columbia  Pi n ������ ml
Alberta    Pi nl i nl ai :���.      Kdmo'itnn
Aim.
Forms of tendei and Information  '���
to form of contract, wlll be (ui,i    * '
| on application to the wardens ol ' '"
i penitentiaries,
DOUGLAS  STEW MM".
i;i:o  \v  DAWSON
in ipflotors of    Penltentii Me*.
Ottawa, Ocio'--'- "o, i*><A
KD. QOULBT,
Agent, New Westminster.
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\s.t. Genl. P,*ics    Vgt.   Vnnnonv,-*r.
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in Tibet, wher,   thi   Lamas h id
ih,  ti- Id againsi China.   Troops
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P.O.Box   474. Tel.   53.        Re*    429
Estimates   Submitted.
..\Vestminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturer*-* ot
'-Vrought   Iron   Gates,   Mnces,   Cresting*, Balcony  Ra lings, and
Fire   Escapot,
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITH.NG
Office and Works:
Tenth streel.   -   ksk Westminster
Public Market
Market  Clerk  D. E. Mackenzie
Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays 7a.m. to 6 p,m
PKone  138
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FRIDAY SPECIALS
Davies (*��? Son
Charnley s
Meat Stall
Prime   Beef   and   Mutton
Stall   and   grass  fed.
Cooper Bros/ Stall
BUTCHERS
Silverdale
Beef.   Mutton,  Veal and Pork.
I
First-class   Cut    Flowers    and
Pot   Plants.
Monk's  Stall
for
Fish  and   Came
Lost
Wanted. To Rent, or For Sale
ads. in the Daily News bring
q.iiek   returns.
P. O. Box 29.   Phone 22
Weldon's Stall
Vegetables and Herbs. Onione
a specialty. Winner of four
firsts, two seconds and 2nd
special prize in 1908 exhibition.
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LONDON UMEMPLOVtD
REFUSE TO 8TARVE
Get the Habit j
A Fine Xmas Gift
FRIDAY.   NOV.  27.   1908.
London   N'ov. 26,    1 .
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I listricts
IN   STATU   QUO.
Like the season   then
���   ���       prior
1 ��������� mber, and the si
n i  the wa   b . ifternoon.
..���-..
,. .    ,, lar  lei
and greai things ������������ . - cu I,    bul I
good in 'hat respect as
. :i i ..   twenty ye irs and   .-
���   .... ii   crest of  the
wave i- local option   and one or two-
Government official- feeling  safe  are
....- to dl turb  i onditlons,    an I    t non.
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offering  ,.- .,
It"  Blue Dinnei
mlj   }9.50.
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REjD & GO'S. REDUCTION sale
An Overcoat
S ��� . In
mrm-immmrmrw
NOTICE.
_**,< ���;
hen      - ������ time
c ption ol  tendi   -  fo    V,.--
<".,  Public   Bull ling has  been
united voice ol   , Bection ��� I the i   m- <-*������- Decen        190S
munltj   i    expei ted on  this que I   ,n       Plan      .: .-, ��� cl    a    ms an   als    to
In the five lum : ed won  in ���   '
d to be on thi  11     but ������ hich  ���     '*
nol   ' here, onl ,*ei     smal   a m i
< .,: |, p, i. li  '    I]    to   -:'M< ��� *
a i ���.: ting  conditions    1       ���  !"
no doubl will  ��� ��� en invariably
do without n -    I withoui    egard  ���
*>o consequence .
Taken   ;,    a   whole   ,ve   think   -"-*'���
Westmlnstei  will   compare   fat
v Ith anj  lilac, Iz   on   lie An
can continent, and th
Infractions   <���:   the   1
the "M; mi,,n-   the    licens      bold, rs i L l/-v/~vl    '       /-*.
owi  to the public have   een .-������_���  ��   I iJjCCll    lOOJKIOS
lne rair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster, \
���   ��� for c is'a   anrl sell tor
��� Victoria   an I   Vanco
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'. ' POLEI IN TES8IER,
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mbei   - '     1908
JIJ5T what
mm .     you have
observed.    There might be .,  stricter
lection  of  the  klti h ..    and  'j^ck
, mUi -  of  bo li  h tels and  re   a tr
:.- , and a mor ��� frequ ni ele tnlng up
would   conduce  to  the public  heal M
bui   the   conduct    of    the    licensed
hou-,-- as ,a  whole  la   ivorth..  of coni-
mendatlon.    Ii  it   were otherwise  we
would be the first to condemn and demand   the di.scipliniug  of  tne  license
boldei -.   Thi re is one point not fully
considered  In dealing  with this  local
. "   movement,   -.���Much  ia  that the
. on -nt-   ol   the  ��� ������ perance   cause
ai    el  ...ovided ac min    : i-
l,',m   ., , i.e the .. " e of thi      ensed
es is anj  extenl   ;.��� Ittu     I i   the
t-niperance tra
anci    oardii     .. ���   ���   .   -      ���-:..-
���
els.
Th      en , ���       n of the CU..
C luncil v., .
bn ' it need
and a thoi ng and  in-
tliat ii     .,-    Board    of VS
tiould ������  ^S
���    ��� ,uld ' omman .  Qj*
...       an
Uorird VVorkn reet,  ^\*i
r     ,i,ii    , ' ;   ro the   f^Jj!
nduiii i^rj
Lhal     here u II
ne ���   n the adn o     thii   *JJ5��
��� artm, at,  b      ?:������    i -r.. .-;.  v^
Is givi ii Into hand {��j
ii. mi i that  withoui the      ��� M.inrt- '*���-���**
���.���;' check.* Th,-:,   |   !. , depa tm       ol  s��vj
��� council's business that ne ich  Qj
a strong guiding I,- nd as i   ti of   hi   L   ""
Board of Works,   md u changi   ai thi
ii   id would be beneficial.
There Bhould be some consideration
jiven to the Increase of th cost of
gov, rm.i, in in the Cit) Hall, and while |
i,ot  , asting any   reflection  upon    the
���ii   or their salaries, ii is up io the
Mayor and Count I]  to  'ton and con-
for:
Ladies and Men's ���-' .:*-. mad ���
and  trimmed   lo  o I, thi
���"���  *   styles,   cut    ai       flnisn
$12.00, -Sir,.00. $18.00  ip
-:- ��� our $5.50 Troust
GALVIN'S
Phone  B 35C
32 Sixth Str-et   New Westminster
Butter
Butter
Butter
JUST  ARRIVED.
I ���    -���   d .': .
���   30c
Now's the time to buy
too
an overcoat.   VV
many and they are going to be sold if
can sell them.    Mackintoshes,  Cravenette R
and Overcoats ordered out.
v
Note the Prices, then Invest
A 1 creamery but er,
��ox, -   ���> t 65.
foil 1*1
otsford     cr, amery,
ounda  for 7.",,**.
twi
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We ran give you best values
���'"��� ;i  in all groceries.
HOWARD &
MUIRHEAD
Pure   Food  Store.  Burr Block.
$22.0 i   -I." Mm,,M,. b  for  	
$15,00 M    - Intoi be;  for 	
$12.00 M ii   intoshea for 	
-". 00  VI      Into i;     for 	
$18      .-a-- te R tim ial
$15.00 '' ivenette H ilncoat I ���
$1*.'.���'"', - netti Ralncoa foi
> l     ���.  neti    Raincoal
Hs.00
i 10.00
M Ofl
$4.00
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The
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100   MEN'S SUITS
We're  ovtrloa li d  with  Men's Suits,    in  Fa
���  ���      "-���,-   i:, -. .,.,  of   th��   most   fill! ible   and
satisfactory   m itei' ils    The tailoring i- the best   -
all   pants wh -re  si rain  c imes are    ma !       loubl
strong.
$18.00 to $20.00   Sui'.-   for    $11.35
$12.00  to $16.00   Su   -   to     ���9.95
$8.00  ��� , $10.00 Suits for   $6.95
100  BOY'S  SUITS
One   hundred !S*>>M ti. Suit.- to bi
ficed at a reduction of 25 cents on the  lollar.
$7.00 Suit.*- for ' $5.25
$6.00 Suits for   $4.50
$5 00 Suit.** for $3.75
G ",d. honest, all ki 0 n atei lals ma le In th ,*
thoroughly dependabh ���* Mm- always give you
th,-  w.,r'h of   oui   *.  'i ���
Boys' Sweaters
and Underwear
l  lines of Boys'
:,;:   them
11
��� el, ar uj
s���.. eati rs we
prices:
$1.25   Sweat      for    	
$j mi   s*a-. ite
7.".,-   Swea    ..- in ���  . ...        	
55c and ���_"������ i nderwear   pei   Barmen
10c   and    l'i-   I'i: I.-:-,. ���  i ���      , -    ���-,- ���    ���
l���-r ,   nt.
Cf  Dr, .'..��� st
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HIGH  SENSE OF DUTY.
A'hllc Mr. M ,, kenzie King i._ to be!
ted    - - "��� appointment j
.:.   Imperial  1        1     onei        the |
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No more
sore feet
if you
wear
this kind
of Shoe
Made of tine
soft Vici Kid
eather, with
firm, heavy
soles.
���ry^xsssi
international  Ani Co.nfei  nc    kU     PrA_o<->.*-*   *t'? C_f��   i���   frr* AA
m  rnce^ W-5U to hSM a pair
;        1.     ni.' hi      ni/.        inward   SSI ' ��� ,���	
in.: ecoi :,;/.���        . vard  K^J
him ol t hXat
makes  a txl
plain   mai lei -of-fa Tt\
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 a nol in pub. 1 -J^
111    ���,,   a cou met.ai   . yf\
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..- vol,    0    11   eli ,-t 11.:i,   ti        tbove  Sj.'
Men's $5   ffi
�� Pennsylvania
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&   "BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   _.:0Ai-
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NEV/ WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
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Patent
O. _So'_   3*45
���pi-one   105.
V   Leather #j
Boot,     g
We can give ��^
y ,m choice on rfft
a half dozen ��N
or more styles Wo
of the veryjfij
ier Boots for S
m OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FC8T CF SIXTH, -  ��� NEW K
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11 Special fcs In Xmas Cards j
besl  grade Patenl   I
$5.00 a pair.
These   are  made   on   a   narrow, ��u
medium and broad toe last, all styles W
and wid
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IT WILL REPAY YOU TO CAREFULLY
LXAMINE THE
���VjJ    III    lUti
NOW ON VIEW IN THE REAR
OF OUR STORE.
ge*fi f\
Book and
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|B|/ ^m^    oook ann #
9   StaiEoncry Store Jj
.. :   m -::**,- -     ���
ol hi :   In.1.,,;   that could be givi n.,
hii ..    si,-  \\ ,li:id   Laurier 1 olnta   iu yY'l
n        letter, ln replj to Mr. Mackeuzli S^
.; tl,, llnatlon,  that Ihere I;    lbe -^O
i:   ������   rlut;, the Inter -. 1 1 of the Dom-
, Canada, v. In, h calls for gome *^*
' :i   ;i '��� I   and   Ilim    tlf   In: Vb��
fonts in   N'oi th   \Y iterloo,     nd JTikT
account of his being   full; pJ-J
ml  with every phase of    the NW
opium i.roblem makes hlm the al ���   I (AJ
Absolutely
Waterproof
fiOOlS
Prices $5.00 to $7.50 a pair
entatlve we 1 ould hi     th    f*ri
conference,    His entrance Into Pa lia*  0;W
mi mn broaden hi   in Id ol LlJ
ICHIGAN \Yt
UNDER   QUARANTINE   KKS
trl
FELT       ��1
IPPERS hi
For $f
Men, W
Women Q |
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HEATING STOVES
li you . am a hi h ird coal or wood
Oxfor I Floram ���-, Oxford O        hand ome In a| , ��� ai  ti e  m I   -
heavy nickle trimmlnRB.   A      :,. ,-   >��� of airtight h
Do   not   forgot   to  call   In   an .      ipect   our 0 ;
Ran es, the range   that give real genufre satisfaction.
in,
Bei.  as one of Canada'!   greai   .  'ii,,
lo nats.
STATE OF  Ml
Sign of lhe Dig Electric Boot.
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T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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5ortment   of Sfej
Pelt Slippers^
ever   put   in Ui
.stock.   Prices ry'
from 35c to $!.E0 jjj
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Washington, D.C., Not 28. The <i,
partment of agriculture undei teli
era .life Instructions   from   Secretai
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THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B
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New Westminster, B. C.
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to  - ���   iorai of our '"-: -''
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in  coal '.'    V. ��� 1 >   there  '���> '���
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you the kind tha
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better,
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
''���*!  .. rtl0AY, NOV- V.
THE   UAIL^   NEWS.
:ClTY NEWS-
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hi  business.   \\ e have i -   ;oo
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it���In ever     ectlon thi *���  ��� .   re*
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ie will n i'i   "��� a  can-   ' " t Saturd 5.   Tl
the may   alt.   >r one  upp< r floor, will n
,,: thi ,   -. :' ��� occupac; an   I the first ���*.     .
in Fe
.lust an ...    oi n t -in- Ridgi -
way's   tea   om     dollar,    ai     Kyle's,     Fur    *      -Set  n
Fronl    ��� "  1-'at'1   room,   pantries,   closets j
i-ihed;     horse   staM.  carriagi    fa
i_-y      Prepara elng n    :���   *  ���  '   ���  trUit trees;  on  full io;.    For further
*     ,: !'' ���'   ' Queen'31 partial irs apply to owner. .-.'
:*X Avenue    . .       on D     i      i  '-'-    The|street
* ^  train i ge ol H   Cna  .       In
ml   Hei   -       Me ������ ���.--
We invite you to call and inspect
! our wel! selected stock of Home
Furnishings. Everything new and
up-to-date. Prices marked in plain
figures. A pleasure to show goods
         LEE'S       ���	
Mammoth  Furniture   Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Oppos te   Lc-ne   St ret.      Phc-n?   ";
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��� important Millinery Announcement ���
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We h lap is, d i      mil   ;-       stocl    ind   ba i ���   leased
milHn        .- ��� mlses     In  jelling i ame, bo *vevei   wi
at a certain flgun     in ta *k we fin
if the amou ited
tion.   So v ,   ��� . -...-    ���      a i n-
Ier to n - certain  low
mu ��� | before 1      1st of Dei ember.
a   th,   ml     tery sect ioi '
on     ���   ��� _��� this means i N'o      ��� rve      it the
:: tide right in two.
BIG BLANKET SALE
Union Blankets in limy
An attempt
~   struct officers' quarters for the  loci
S ih tl , orpj   n- ar  the   |
��� nl   cl adel on     Eighth   stn et.     Sub*
...   asked    to    communicate
4  with Capt. Quai e, 1'. 0. I ox 951.
9     Th ��� I est place   a ge   rt.ll bulbs and
'jflrst-class    cut    flowers    is    Davies'
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PRIME RIBS BEEF
Mutton     Veal     Pork
Best Farmers
SAUSAGES
Bolognatmiriead Cheese
Pacific Meat Market
- Phone 192 McMENFMY 5 ANDERSON       CoSumbia St.
T.i,        . ii   -   -������    ���
bowlln ��� it was
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th Bellingham |
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total. 2943.
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greenhouse.   Tel.  B208.
Th,  i inei il i I   he  ate Daniel Ford
of Mission, who died on Tuesday, took
Tht,.   are always people *- *]       ��� 1        IT P    l   T IT1 D _? . *-   ___________
: Second   nana   HE Al hRS  at a
the     ope      m
ari ��
Snap.
readj   to
lot  to
and   I      tl
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M place   vesterlav  to tae Catholic  cem-1����  * '��� -.���*������ ��� "     If the value  ���   ._ - - p ll    ^1        1
letery. Rev. Father O'Boyle officiating. | *** r-ot <here *ht' bu*v�� is not aP< t0 be  ���   narGttian,      JailieS      OL       IVlCi^iUgnan
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_houl i be. Of
i course real estate in  Mii.s citj   ia not   ���
o
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Cor. Front and Sixth Sts.
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; ��������*����������� ��^< ���*�������������������������� * ���**�����*�����������������
the Colonial   hotel  ;     rooms    ��        . s..,.,       , learning	
commence      in     Monday.     Valuable11, ,.,. . *>* ���
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prizes s,M-n. t
$2.75
.J3.50
.$3.95
I: >. i   be n ���    - ������               '���-  bouse*
O      ��� . -. in _   votes  ��� ���  declan     I y
O   '��� i    '���         as Mond           M:>   la. I
q     i r*           ,!   who
g'hav, it ii             ,:ii havi   o it   :aade;
��� '        'on,
H^H^^mfexecutive
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Citizen's Temperance lcigue will ���
held  '���       evi nil ���   i b ap-   -
proa i will I
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essan declaration,
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irrlv. pro- j i ide    t        i
bejsei in stool
Kennedy ^^^^^^^^
Price tuts in White Wool Blankets
O   MexicU
i j reach  the ;'
��� Fn ��� ills to
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$3_25
Representativ, *;   '
th,    ���Brillante.'    m
u to- |B. C. Cigar factory.
To ii. s.nii
| Monster   TRADE  SALE
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��� 8     The c   P   11.   :.4 n,   15 . which was
��� q  ditched "ii tlie new  1.   I n   n
, ��� Mi.mi., road last  week, was    removed
#  - ���'.���1,'iday to th .   a*  Vancouver.
....
mnual meeilni
itlve   .., stei.'.,:..  ��� . ning,   the
ring offici        wen     el
Hon    irj     .   ��� -ei, ii'.-.    .1.    D.
aa I Thomas G fford, .M. l.   _
l< at, '���'   I. Mui-.Mnil, : vic<
1    M   McLean;  secretary, r. 1
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One  of Cur Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
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Cclunibia   Stieet.        New    VVfot  nmater,   0.   C. (-"lone   92. T
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,..,...r.,..,..,,r^,_^-,.- -..^^..^p^fww^  Engineer Mack, i.'.t Ml. took the loc- r. S     I. O^rlan; executive,    S
l��-��*W*)OW'JWWWWMO   WK*>Q*)0*K��00����0*0*0������   ^^   ^    ,_       machlnlsts     h;l, ,    Mcm   ,11.   W.  F.   Mans-
������ ���: = ~ " been at   work  up n  th    derailed en-   :        md J.  H. V Ial    The chair was
'DECEMBER    7th,    1908   .       ,,,, lwo .:,,-  -���   lng her on the . ���.   r. Hansford, the
'rails again and patting It in such   a|tiring president.   Speeches
i *���>
i. i'i,-    ri    ���
mere    d      *
'Mi.   PATRONAGE   OF
TRUSTEES.
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as !dj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^________l_______________________��' an'1
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WEDNESDAY, Dec.  2      Jfo ^\ City High StllOOi
tamou
Henry B. Harris
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|THE LION   AND
THE MOUSE
'".,,;- ,.;    "The
Schubert Symphony Club j
and Lady Quartette   j
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I -"lice,:
Plaj   of    i'1
1 '��� iu ury.
.. new si age    ;
^���00, $1.50, 51.00. 75c .ind 50c
the numbers wi ���'���
-, rltten
or arranged especially  tor  the  Schu-I ,
berta
...
Yflll liinnnt Affnrtl to Miss
mis ilriiiit Musical Treat|
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OQKSLEY'S
J_ficture :   1
p0ST CARDS,,';;;:.
NOW  ON SALIC  AT
.,     mcl   le THOMAS  VAL1 S
���;-1Nl*   pURCEI-L.   <��� lebral   I    '
.',��� violin   '   m i that charral     i
logl8, axxa PEARL WEATHE1
TON,
One  Night  Only
���AT THK
Westminster Opera House
New
Smyrna
FIGS
u., 1,,,.,. bought too many
Il: ,,11(l ttre selling ibcm al
verj   lott   pric -
���I-,,,, .;;i 'i figs In one lb. box,
each    ���   1(*
. .   lea'.ers handle "B. C      nd    I il
a Igars.      The    old    n   ibi
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8 WRITE
Bf You
Cannot
Call
Thi
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. .25c
ll aa
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Three
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Smyrna
Bg
s     in
. .15c
Thi se a e all new Bg
ver   best finality, fcnd the price
we ,:,   quoting is verj low.
All
j M��REY'S stationery store
' QAMON'8 CIGAR DIVAN. F.
KEN2iE-s    drug    store    and
"��    FAlD   ,.       aa
*'",    Columbia  atreet.
medals, anivn-sity and A< ������"
mental  certificates  will  be presented] |
t0 Btudenta Buccewful   In the
, xamlnationa.
July
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If  You've   K'M'NM   A">"i '��������
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Tht PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phc,*e 133 and -.43.
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\'..lie,, It *   I       ':    ' I<1    ll      "
,;;.       the  \ anco ivei     ad   Vi ���-
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... Vani out Vn a 0
:.  :.. or  the  \- 0
��� al which o i.- I be ell ; ,
held next v y
rh ��� ' ..'.;.
ical dl ti let, three in thc
,-. - stmln i . lea ue will pi
������ iii-- maintonanc,  i I nil ��� '���    ���
lie        PI
.-,    llll \%
c< ��� i n the in w boat, thi Clo ,l Bnini'l
' t.tn. ��� ��� worh on lhe ml ��� ion wi
- th   north.
era pi Qi  alt.   lodgi   No
of P., tor the en lutttg yeai weri i li i
;       i< rdaj  ovi ning us foll<*->\ .   T.
M.     u barei, C  Cil  h-m   T. Wardlaw
I Taylor, V. C; P. 0, MWriwn  !"���  ''
::  Rowltl6g, m. ol w     .    Mi tJotttl.1
! ;>.. ,.r u. mui s .   \    , on, M   ol
'/ ; CM 1! lie.,ii,. \l of B.i '������ Mcln-
to ii. M. ill . . Ji* rl 1 >.',, in*.,.'
guard; L, Qrlmmev, ������<it..ide gdftrd, V
committee coMUUhg of Alex. Fergu*
.-on. F. i'. m uwell and T. ii mb
wa* appointed to Interview the mem*
hers of Kuy.ii i,, u*�� on Mond iy '���>'"
lng wuii *, view to hol. illy I*1
aiMiut two ��� time, when a l pa '
and pr,.-,, in   ,, . ,,[ tho K.
of P. Order in Mr ��� city will t>.   Invited t<i aiM.'iil.
I!
MY   MAIL   INSURANCE  IS  INC1'.��A3ING     RAPIDLY,   A3   MY
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT  THC   DISTRICT   FIN,,        IA1    INtUR
CAN   .--�� PLACED WITHOUT   TROUDLE   '���      MAIL.
ALL    CORRESPONDENCE   RECEIVES PROMPT  ANO  IAT 11
FACTOn.*   ATTENTION,   WHETHER   IT  IS   AN   ENQUIRY   FOR
RATES  OR   AN   ORDER  TO   PLACE     INSURANCE IF      YOU
CANNOT  CALL.   WRITE   vVHAT     YOU      WANT,    ANO    I    WILL
GUARANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY   RATES ARE THE  LOWEST,   AND   THE   OFFICES   I   RE
PRESENT   ARE   ALL  OF  RELIABLE   CANADIAN   COMPANIES
ALFRED W. McLEOO
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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OET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONH  UP  AT 'i'iUO
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackie Street
Telephone 54
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P.  O.  Box 865
ng  Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Suit* mada to Order.
Columbia   tnd   Mclnnew   Streets.
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Will be the great sale of Clothing and Gents' Furnishings at the Westminster
Clothing Company's Store the next few days
w
ful and Wide
Will be the  bargains offered.    Enormous reductions on all goods.    Suits
practically giveii away.
OUR SALE i.^ because we are overstocked and we intend to clear out
goods at a sacrifice to make room to breathe. Every corner of our store
is filled with splendid new lines of clothing and these it is our intention
to clear at any price.
FOR EXAMPLE:   Special lines of
Mens   Cravenette    Shower-proof   Overcoats
In greys and blacks; regular $10 to $12.   These coats are the
best value ever offered before in the province.   Sale price, - -
4,75
Another Sample of our Suit prices:
ek
h
.5 to $30 Suits for
There's a Cut for vou.
Another Sample of our Suit prices:
Regular $12.50 to $15.00 Suits for - - $6.50
These Suits are Tweeds and Worsteds, latest styles and patterns.
And yet another sample:
Men's Ail-Wool Underwear, Reg.$1.50per garment, Now 65c
Wool Socks, 4 pairs 25c.
Everything in the store reduced and All Stock must positively go.
The Westminster Clothing C
DAVE   GROSSMAN,   PROPRIETOR.
O. J UT., DiYl-UX   ii"
Perhaps the Most
Important Item
I,
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pati n
Follow directions
-vith Sunlight Soap and know how *. rfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pur contains nothing
that will injure the finesl fabric. 2
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
mat win lniuru *-**���-- -���"���-.-���: .auric.
Five Cents A Bar
ADAMS & DEANS
GROCERS Columbia St.
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Phone 97
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FRY'S Chocolates
AT ALL PRICES
LOT 7, Block 36
co ner ol Royal avenu   and Eleventh street. Splen-
uehouse 01 factoi      Ite; B. C  Electric and C. P. R.
in past this pioperty.    Price $3000.   Reasonable
TIMS IS A SACRIFICE.
No trouble to show G
oocls at
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R   PEARSON, Mgr.
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
* New Westminster,  B. C.
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Ea-ternrook  Millino   Company.
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR
imperial $7 00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel.      $6.50   "      "
Terminal $.=5.50   "
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McQUARRIE &C0.
I LOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
���    ���       TREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
I Umber
Manuracturtrt and Deater* in All Kind* ot
,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
! Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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! Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Teleph
one 12.
New Westminster
1 Thr,-,- V-'.i: 9 With ���'��� A. Lee,
baa just   0 - ne I    and    solid*.,    your
mage.    Mission  furniture a
laltj ,  office and store furniture; all
.Minis of turn! . airs.
���.-,;���,.; ,   ,  1 Woi kmanBhlp.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 26 Alexander Si
j^OK*.;*. ���oo��*K}*��*C4O**K>**0 c*K>*tK^0*K)*0400*0*o*0*r*o*<j Opposite Tram Off Usi
Lmderwear
AT
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All the leading lines of
L nderwear will be found,
including Stanfield's Elastic Ribbed, Tiger Brand
Elastic Ribbed, Tiger Brand
Fleece Lined, Turnbull's
Natural Wool,  Viking
Golden   Fleece, Wolsey's
Natural Wool, and Dr.
DeimeTs Linen Mesh.
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H~W"H~H** oI-wM-M-M-
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
t
Advantages of a  Bank Account
,. 1 , pay the same **���'" twice
,.���,i  oui   bills after  thej  ban
P.  O.   Box  30-4.
Hou_,e   PI,one   B 29.
I'lle.
woman -vim
' 13 bills promptly
.eepers, by mistake
,u pay by cheque, howevi     the cancelled checks ai
��� .   ni,1 can be pro luci I 1     ��� i  ;i|is-
 ���:.   are, therefore, mpre than ��� convenlenc
.  im ��� agalnsl over payniett,   Everj  man or
., 1 1 do bo with checks
��� ID w by opening an accounl  �� Itii
���-   The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
\ W. IN. Draper
%[ B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
ellard CjIock, New Westminster. B C
Dec. E.Dec. S.Dec. S.Dec. 9.-
D, - 10,
-The Lion an I
-Little  Johnny
-The Devil.
-Arizona.
-The Texas C
h   MouSb.
Jones.
PASTOR PUTS IP SIGN
"PHASE REMOVt HATS"
TIMBER HOLDINGS
10 BE DEVELOPED
-
the   Flrsl
f. C, ������ or el
has
... .....
M and   .
'n the fronl of the n   of   ; be
-���������   1 burch,   Into
11 will ni,,\ e in a weeks. The
ird   will   say,       '    ������       Ri
'1 and a ado ni d
with  millinerj   ..
ere 1 stubbornly
American Lumbermen Visiting Vancouver Will Extend Investments in B. C.
Vancouver,    Nov.    26.- A    irio    of
promlneni American lumbermen
ly representing several mill 0
hag arrived here Kith a   Mew  to mak-
large Investments in  British    Co-
lumhla   timber    limits     [,
refuse to accede to ihe request thus Messrs. .1 C. Turner, W. A. Burnham,
pui forth, one of be polite usher-; New York, and D. C. Rounds, of
will step up to her. tap her gently on  Wichita, Kan.    Th    dsitors, who
houlder and present a card which     ������   ts  al    hi   H   el    Vancouver, .1
will    nal,    '"Please    Remove     Your  ready own extensive Interests in the
Hat."    Mr. Whitnej  has    determined j state of Wi and  British Co
thai   he    will    preach  to    uncovered lumbia.
heads an 1 Is prepai   I  *    _       1 greal
lengths to carrj his point.
Virginian   and  Lonsdale  Collido.
S attle   N   ���    26    T        ������',��� rchants'
Exi b&Ag* ceived
thai the  '���
of   the   ii., i. ��� Ian  -��m< 1 lean    lm ,  and
the Bri imi    Lonsda
collision  r. Sa       Cn       1       ��� -:'Si"
Ian  wa    noi ���  Lons*
S dale was sligl        lama
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent ���:��� ftc. jl���
-.r-.t",.-'-..'",^-.. --    :A
HOUSES TO RENT - ".
houses on 1 iti     ���   ��� ei n Fifth
Sixth avenue;    splendid    view.
1 in    minute 1 ca Every
thing new and      to dati     vo >dwork
, sslon  lit,;- ron    enamel
e , ,- hi t   and    cold
Mt. Turnei today Intimated that
their cruisers would shortly examine
p (positions on Van-
isian l and the mainland. [f
anj of the deal., now in contemplation
are closed sawmills of large capaci ���
will ii;. ullt later on.
Mr Tumi I nt of the
. , i- Lumber compan; 1 corporation with a ' ,l 01 -
million                       Is heavily inti
n in   the    Southern
Stai     and M,*- large lumber ; a  i   In
New   York city.    Mr   Rounds  is   one
:u thi   southwest,    He controls numerous   lumber
mi.  - in Oklahoma. Ul three ari leading shareholders in the H. L. Jei
mber companj whose $400,000 saw-
ai   B lim .  Wash.,    was    recentlj
destroyed by fire, and the Vancouver
-"   new   Timber _v Trading company, which is
logging  verj   extensively  in  Mils pro
vince.    Mr.  Tinner stated  today that
1,1m-   for a   net.   sawmill   to   replace
th,   one  recently destroyed have been
completed.   Estimates of the probable
cosi ,u ��� being secured prior to start-
water, six room l,   pourch and  -ng ,i10 worlv o[ rebuilding.
ule:   four -lust     the     -j regard  British  Columbia  timber
���*���  ;;- ;, good investment," said Mr. Tur-
phone ne,       |,  j. ,     tiKU (hp   iumber
home for   ;
th, :r.
I . .
iv, r
���tl,
bride:
ilar_
A
;i
i. 1ST -On    22n I,    a     -    ���
��� ither in the opi   ...
same an,! cai   tation    Fin
leave ai  tl       Efice.
WANTED.- To
hand Incu . 01   in I   Bro ������ ir   (50
100 eggs)    Hi   ��� n   ���       ing or
and  , ������ ������    for   1 ���-'..     .     y  '"
M' s. Sevei
WANT   I      Gi 1
roomer,   A.
���  towards
or
2nd ho isi       >;u lti.
_>th. ;,: -1 ave.
. ale wlll I e revls M al the   next
'        ess.    Any  reductions which may
let,        , -,,.. ,i out  will tend to help   the
lian lumber Industry.    When the
. . 1- a-e  tarifl was  last   revised  1  did not see
the wisdom  of  allowing   foreign lurn-
  to swsjrnp our markel al a pi
whi 11   the   trad    waa   -��� -������ i    1 tt
then took <
, I
I at a lai I feel ci
congress  will n
is Improbable that the ,i.
will
WANTED. -To    exchang        nproved
land from   lv,   to tw  n
cm- line for to*w 1. y.  \ : Iress
M. ('.. Cloverdale  P. O.
THE STAGE
FOUND���Chlld'i
this office.
purse    Owner app
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Dec,  li',.���Why Girls  Leave Home.
Di c   21.���50 Miles From  Boston.
Dec,  24.���Babeg   in Toyland.
Dec,  25.���Sandy  Bottom,
Dec.   20.���The  Greal   Dlvldi
Dec.   30.���Florence   Rohorts,
Jan. L���SI Plunkard.
in. 5    Henry's Mini I
' 111.   6.    Shore   A,"
Jan.   II       Al   Cripple   Cl
15    Theodore  Lorch.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
LOST���Boom  >>:   Bhlngle    I ilts.    K
port to .). W. Davis Ac Son. City.
HOME treatment; room
block.    Advice free
LOST���Portion of min,. ninn". consist
ing of head and tails. Finder please
return to  Dally News office.
TO RENT���Seven roomed, furnished
house with one acre of ground; also
forty < hlckens; renl $20; Queens
avenue and Ele.enth sir, e
WANT Kill ie.fi Mi
���Work  bj   the
'l   i'i . Ibury,
day,
r 0
TO  REN r- Furnished rooms    from
$1.50 1 or week up **    im heated
bath .��� ' ' nces,  Vp
plj  ;  ���   '. , nd .me  01 to Mrs   Arch*
. ,      Cafe (form l;  1.    j),
"The Lion and the Mouse."
The wide distinction won ' j I tariej.
Klein's "The Lion and the M is
throughout the country, places this
drama in a field of popularity in which
then are fi... others. A most tlmelj
theme was chosen bj the capabl, and
Collister celebrated plaj-wrlght and hi> masterful treatment of the topic carried the
plaj Into instantaneous an,I seemingly
1 .     ..is 1,1 _ Henry    H    Harris
��� 'l b ��� -,. ptionallj  *_. 111. be-
: ton    th"   clevei   ai ' ��rs   he       1    1   id
were given an opportunity bj hi, 1 rer
onl     -.! en.. ..ne,    in     propertj
, laj .      \n   e-line,,: ���   u a^
, cen Ij  :-i\ en, ��� m 1 u int; thi
1,    ���,,..;.  n ho lis I w Itnessed thi  Kli In
.     dll In :   Its   i ell,ark,1   li
tnd   ���   ' .   d iduc Ing   a   consei vatlve
ose who maj  havi  bi en
.; more thi n 1 n, ���. the toi ,:   .1 'll re
1.aln   I In  the t< ns ol   million ���     Mr.
arris    sends      The   Lion    and   the
:     1    Opera  Houi e   in w ed
1     a< qualm inci  *.*��� Ith
a,i-
Clty.
\i.i. ���'���      kin
D, 'nni,     ',
-.  "     l. Bo
anned    ftnd
124 Twelfth
1 ,i   REN 1 turnlihi d   rooms,
ghi li   . ', ���   Ao-
plj to Ab'x. Bpeck,
��� .,,
"Little   Johnny   Jones."
1. ule Johnnj Jone " come   lo lhe
House    on   Thur daj.    wh 11
..,*r, B. C. Branch. ft
^��*0^>C4O4>OOK>*O*O*��O*O4>O O*) J*tO*K)*O*0<)00#O*K>*0*K)*t0*0
New
ank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
��� CAPITAL  114,400,000.00
RE8RRVE    ...       111,000,000.00
r,nch8�� tbroughoutianada and Newfoundland, and in London,  Kngiuu,i,
N''�����  York. Chicago and  SpoKanu. U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A uon-
...   ' '   Banking  Business Transacted.
' ltni   ��� Credit ,g8uedi available wl tl correspondents in all uarU or tne
,     "��� irld,
"Vln^ Bank  Department      Deposits   received In sums nf 11 ��ud W^JJJ
'    Interest allowed at 8 per cent,  per annum (present rate)  ami '
to,, ';"��� timee ��� yMr.
���"���ts  ove:   $1(18,000.000.00.
'01.11
,\
;   vv  WE8TMINSTER BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMNER. Mam*-**"
Re part of the northwest portion of
|0l   ,',,  sul,urban block  3,  lu  the    City
of New Westminster, B,  C.
Whereas proof of tlie loss of c-i'M-
Hcate of title number 8249 A, Issue 1
in the namoH of Sarah Jan,., Bingham,
Mary Montrose, Sarah Tierni-y. has
Sen Bled In this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the dale of the first publication hereof,
In a dally nowspapi'i- published in the
City , -New Westminsted, Issue 11
duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, Oct. 26th, 1908.
, 1 nice
Ban
'Phone 18a.     nam 'Phoni
Columbia Street
;age    delivered    promptly
any part or the city.
137
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Japanese Employment Ageacy
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McMEEuEY   STB.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
���-���hone 431* p. o. So* 885,
ib th    le [lon of folio* ei 1   of
WANTED-Puplls for violin and man- thai mo#i popular.of all musioal com
dolln;    tees    mod    1 ���       Vddrew ediea  wlll   wear th mie  thai   wlll
Boj( lg-   Cll, noi   be eradlc ited,  for a  surety    no
 ' joiiii '-. snappier, or more rib tickling
WANTED    Nursing, or daily work byLlay   ^as  visited the olasslo  precincts
English woman.   Apply Box 98T.       ... this town for man-, n daj    Qeorge
M.  Cohan  has  succeeded 'n  evolVlnB
a um..!, ;,i  comedj   with u  i"''1    plot,
     . _,i'iii[| there I- ini enougli lot    Intere 1
WANTEDOood plain    sewing    neatlylin "Little Johnnj Jone-'   to keep the
done.    Apply Mrs. .1. Simpson, Ash|f0n, who'lean town
TO LET   Furnished be
1 ib Dli iv'*nsoii itsee
Iroom.   Apply
the Crescent,
to ki
tl iiMliiental
street. P. O. Box 937.
,|, Unlit Mil
preoc-
KuH RENT���Furnished housekeeping
rooms; close in; beautiful view;
furniture tor sale. Enquire room 7,
Burr block.
V K a T M I N S T E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street. Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
Bt-eet west, Phone A 2750. Vancou-
���d, B.C.
Bide  of  life  In
d con Ution.
s ing hi    galore are faun i in "Little
Johnn     Jones."   Startling     Itu ition i
.. found In "Little Johnnj .lone.i."
orus who are never idle is found
u "Little Johnn; Jones," and through
i; ail stall-* "'rhe 1'nknown" who H��ys
,.\, rybody In the world has got a mean
ii , mm,,n because they do not ct��*nt-
ennnce his convival views of lite. Thin
Unique character must In- neen to bo
appreciated, It Is a classic In so far
Hi musical comedy la concerned.
1
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titWf'���'-���' -!    *"'f
"uv' ", 190|.|
Befor,      i i_    your    fll!'
elsewhi ��� i an 1 bave a look
ov, r ou ...,-e. We hav,- them
In all |ivices.
Not,   oui    **>   need    furs    .',,;
$1.35 up.
A. J.  BIRTCH
275 liiliiinliiii SI.
THE WHITE HOUSE
'fll- mi    *-afe' Mr Dressin��!
iiiiA-ii ?)'?.<*'*iiii.'/   '."A.* Massage and  Scalp Treatment    a
Massage  ard   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner of Sixth  and   Columbia.
Notice fo Consumers
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
NEGROES ARE LYNCHED
IN FRONT Of PULPIT
Southern Mob Wreaks  Vengeance  on   Murderers
Bodies Riddled.
Tlptonvillaj,  T.un.,   .Nov.   26.���Ihre,
dead   bodies  di ngliug   from   the   Ini
provised scaffold In  from of the pu -
���*,,it of ii negro church five miles from
this citj* was tli   spectacle that gn
ed a crowd ol pi rsons gathered to
to  view  the  work of the mob  which
| took   from   the   Uptonvllle   jail    la-i
I night  Marshall,    Edward and    Jamei
Stineback, the  negroes who shot an-1
j fatally  wounded   two  deputy  sheriffs,
After  thi   story   of    tho    proposed
lynching had been sent out late yes-.,
j day, and thus became known in Nash*
I ville,  Sheriff  Haines   and   others    re
Icelved telegrams from Gov. Patterson
pleading with  them  "for God's    sake
to prevent the proposed lynching."
Attorney General Caldwell, at Union
City, telephoned a number of men here]
Including Cheek Harms, father of the
special deputy killed by the negroes.
Mr   Rarrus said thai  he was  willing
that the law take Its own course, and
he advised  the mob to disperse, but
notwithstanding  these   endeavors  the
negroes wer,. Anally taken  from
'jail  bj  the mob,  placed in  a  wagon
and  driven  to the church,  where the
negroes  had  committed  iheir crimes,
; Mer, the trio were hanged, and many
I shots wer,. fired into their bodies.
COMMENCING   JANUAKY   1st.   1D09.  	
All gas lued will be charged for a' |
the following rat< s: ( ph0ne 379
Mas used for lighting  $2.50,
G,as used for heating and cooking $2.00
FREIGHT RATES ON
SALMON ARE INCREASED I*
P. 0. Box 249. i    Vancouver, N'ov. 26.���Local  railroad
ift'ices  received  copies of    the    new
 $ i flU 1 LL   JaUj .3 ____________
, ****** ****** m __________   Vancouver will  be  interested io leant
Cash discounts will be allowed   off ,-, ��� ,
Xew Westminster, B. C. ""v  ls   ���'  ���-������-������"'���"  increase    ol
I rates all round.
above prices on all bills paid at the
office of the Cunningham Hardware
Company on or before the loih of the
current month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November 12th. 190s-..
FOR
We Ha
(LL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
-.' the tsst quality.
T. A. MUIR
k CO.
'-���"-.ESCRIPTIOr.
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Elcck, New Westm.ti.ter.
Reduced Monthly
Winter Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
I'm;,, letors.
Th, now eastbound tarifl Is officially
, as "East, No, 2  IS,"    an,l    Mi*
i id  a-  "West  N'o.  1  1)."      All
������'nip      ��� will be supplied with the ne .
within  a   short  time  by K.   II.
of    the     iianscontim ni ,
fr, Ighl   bureau,    Chicago.    The    new
������ ���    will go into force on Jan. 1 n>'x:
omi, -um iv.cu'-an. The ,,al8e ��r th" rates on    "������"-���-->��������������.
i mon la the one of most intere: t in
, .-in,,-.   while   the  Incr a_ ���     n
i loun I   freigh:..  trom   easti rn
Special   attention  paid  to      Banquets.' Vmerlcan   polnta   ,,,   :;:;;1>;i   Columbia
Private   Suppers   and  Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and  Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
Centrally  locate
and othei Pacific coa     terminals run-
���   .,  L0 ,   nis  .-.     100 ;,'iiiid .
NEW ZEALAND  PLANS
FDR nev;  MAIL ROUTI
Ottawa,  No\.    20.    Canadian   r. .i,
Comm - -,,,,iei   Ma. li .  al   Sydnej.  N.S
J    i\/^...����_��.���__. _^ _P   C��� reiioi     in.i     lie N'ew Zealand g
. IMewsome&.Sons....,���,.������ haa ,1M, ��� ,.������,,,, ror
Painters and  Decorators'.
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
* ���-��� ���.��� -���,.;���:���.:��� ';*:::*-;:t*::-ia��i;::#/:���:.::���:::
Electric Railway Service *
*\ Interurban   Line.
* '������.- '��� r Vancouver and ���.*��� \r
*>      Btatli us  will  ran every half-
* bi   *   '   ;.   6:5(1 a. m.    Last
'    t 11 p. m.
; '-���      car lv   Vancouver 11:30.)
* Can ��� -.\i- -t\" depot tverj
�� twentj ��� .;,-- tor both 8ap-
o i city limits over the
Itj line,
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ..?.
at ten minutes after tbe hour, f.
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:80 ��
a. m.
s
���
Sunday  Service   tuiirneurly It- *
tween 8.80 a.m  and ll p.m.
BritEsh Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
��� ��� + ������,+ ��� ��� ��� �� ��� ��� ��� ���
���*���*���������� ���..���-.���   ��   ��   m
, ��� un ,,,, line to Tahli i. ��tiere con*
n, eii,,n \, i.i be made with i In foi
.'-in l-'iiii,e, ico. Tiii.-- woul I > nable
mails ���,, be cai i led irom S; dney to
San PrHnclaco in nineteen days
Evangelists fo, Kootenay.
Toronto, N'ov. 26.- The evangelistic
commit u , ol ' ii general assembly ol
th, Pre bj ti Mm church, ��hich m i
bere io i U-cided to Btarl foui
sliiiultaneoiia ��� , ung, II, i li campaign
in  Kooti na.   Hi :  i,t ai  the request of
i
City   Line:     Cara  leave tram *
office on the hour, tweaty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- m
ter,  cummenclng at 6:20 a. m. 1
worl ' he i om nil i ee will be I ted
bj an \niei 1,-iin , ,,iiiiiii!'",-. Dr. /.ai" -
man, �� ho cami 11 om N'e�� ���, ork for
iiii dj. today making the announce-
iii' ui.
Th,   .-.', i i,   ��� vil   In  hell i
,,i Chilliwack in i ilng from the convlc-
I tlon "i women for conduc ing ' .���**���-
of Ill-fame. The citizens of th, Vallej
i lit) are di tei mined that ihi* unhapPj
feature of urban  life   thai]  noi  tak��
��� ���    :*o,ii iii i in i, m'dst,
Choosing An Executor
n 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.
Horn* Office: NEI WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Write lm particulars.
P. J. MART. MnnaginK Director
MANY OPPOR TUNITIES
TO
BY
Buying Our Special
LINES
We are continually offering exceptional values In Bensonahle merchandise   of   ������
Note carefully the low pricing for this week.
TWO SPECIAL
SNAPS IN
Ladies' Union and Wool
Combinations
An opportunity to clean out the .balance of a wholesaler's Bmall
stock at a big reduction was s.-izeil by us, Wa givi our customers the benefit of our fortunal ��� purchases,
At 95c each :
Two dozen only at this price, and
we shall Immediately clear them oui
sm as nol to Interfere with om- regular
stock Sizes ar,- 32 to 38, and the
regular pric- would be J1.50 each;
while thej  lasl. each   95c
At $1.50 each:
Thirty   only   ladies'   wool   com
tions of exceptionally fine, Bofi Dnlsh,'
ood  weigh!  and  nicelj   i hap, d.    all
Ri . ilar   values   $2 25;    v. b I,
��� ....   last,   each    $1.50
,'
'     <��� _f
Hi
ONE LOT
Ladies'
Tweed
COATS
Half
Price
Twentj ,iul> in ihi.-, lot, bul
there Is no reason wh ��� j ou
should not have one If you come
earl;,. Thi y are made of all
wool ��� rey twee,Is. Mnee-quar
Ier lengl h, trimmed with **' ran
nn I but' ms. Regularly priced
al $**��� ii". SMi'Mii and $18.50. Now
half  price al   $4.00, $6.25, $9.2_
Ribbon and
Silk Ends
UNDER-
PRICED
Suitable ends of plain und
func) slllis, wide Dresden and
Striped ribbons for fancy work
bags, etc., in lengtha of    from
half to one yard.
Hundreds of remnants ot
baby ribbon and other narrow
ribbon In all widths, patterns
and colors.
Black Sateen
and Moreen
Underskirts
AT
95c each
Regular $1.25 and $1.35.
Full flare gored underskirts
with deep acoordeon pleated
frills.    Sold usually -is a BPeclal
value at Ihese regular piles.
This olT.rs an exceptional snap
for ihis week; leiiKihs are 38,
40  and   42  inches.     Kach   ,  95c
NEA T and
Comfortable
Neck
Muffi
ers
Two popular Btyles shown In
th��'.s,. all wool neck protectors,
One slyle is 24 Inches long and
live Inches wide ai the ends,
narrowing  considerable  around
neck,    The olher style  Is made
in chest protector shape with
kind collar fastened at back of
neck with dome fasteners;
colors are navy, sky, Alice blue,
cardinal, brown, black and
white and mix,',! patterns. Kfieb
65c  and    75c
Ladies'
Wool
Undervests
50c each
i'n,- great,   i    na
picked   p In I   I
wei     foi    onu   tim,
think    the     ami
when you     i        m     !'
��� .-���      sofi   and comfu i
Regular val ie    h
�� ay of buying tl i m
ich.   W,    ell the I
they last a
Attractive
AND
Serviceable
Voille
SKIR TS
il i   :.-.      I   - -
��� ��� ������ ���   n Ith thii tei u
> i enti ,-i gon      :
nicely    flare I,    trimn ���
rows ,,.  .   ,
around  bottom a
On.    .,-Menhir line
dire,  oh    style;  a nu
I' Ic, ���'
$8.75 to    .
Pleated
NOW
Delaines    QQc
per van
Regular 75c.
F orty-tw ,   Inch  b '
laine in half inch ;��� ���
abli   for use In lad e
dren'i    skirts;     ci
broil ii. cardinal, -'-.
ANOTHER
NEW LOT OF
Frilling and
Neck Ruches
ll   seellis as   if   we   CO ll
gel these dainty frllHngs In (��!
enough;  the demand foi
st.���ems to grow   everj
day.
new  assortment   bas Jisi
rived by expreaa consisting
wide and  medium  width  '���'���
Inf.-*;  Hess ollaretts and box*
frllilnfis  in  all  shades of
pink, Main,-  and    cream
black and white.
i.:
iffld
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   POR WOMEN'S  WEAR
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