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White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
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:S (MISSION  TEMPERANCE SUNDAY    FIKTORS SATISflED
fACES SERIOUS SPLIT,      SPECIAL SERVICES
WIIH LIBERAL RULE
NEW PROCESS WILL
EXTRACT LOST GOLD
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Closing of Fraser Throughout the Whole Wide   Tailings   Rich   in   Precious
rtO Gj Net Fishing from.    World To-morrow, Preach- Steady Growth of Dominion Under Laurier'* Administra-1    Mineral, Previously Wast-
Aug. 25 to Sept. 15.
No fishing with i",,s '"' ,1k' l',ra'st-'r
fc#tWecn August 2b ami Septem-
rll^CIt year. !������ 'li'' program which
being ilr.afted by the Fisu-
D^trei. siein mew sitting Tn Vic-
^fter ei  great < 1 * -1* 1 "f labor. Ill-'
HHs finally been  prepared and
^Bssion is considering its ail-
sion    will li''    held on
when the report will h?.
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fWierii".-   eli-p-artmeni.
Jgefcnwhi:    : i ���; .< ii t _-. a i-i.. e oming Ironi
erta, <li"��i'.i-'li  various  i-hann.'ls,    -\
^B. anions; the members of the
ion.  and it   is even  afflrmi I
commissioner,    Campbell
s  reslgne I.    li  la under.
rior to his departure from
Swi iiny submitted a ml-
i  in  Prof.  Prince, which
thai gentleman the Intel-
Mr. Sweeney did nol ; %���
n in certain matters,
the Intention of tne corn-
whole to recommend an
Be Beason    between    tll -
Hcntioncd above, is practically
James Anderson, of the St
innery, who lias been follow-
hroceedlngs closely, has learu-
gh liis sources of information
packers have   been pulling
ml  have,  influenced the dec1
the commission considerably
standing  the  Btrenuous opj>
f certain members  who have
ri si s of New Westminster at
According io Mr.  Anderson'*
nt,   the   recommendation   will
all Kill net lishing on the Frill be stopped from August  25
ember IB, and thai ihe traps
weat   .�� continue  fishing.    The
rguments advanced by the ad-
of an absolute close w.*ason
river    are  that   sockeyes   are
even during the close, season.
alleged thai as many as 12,000
offered  for sale during the  re-
close season, oi  in the close Bea-
pt ll'1"''. and  also thai  lhe c.imu'i'i
ieen n unit in recommending an
Jute  dose  s"3.-on
'""discussing   ihe   nintt_er   lasl    i V ������
ittg, Mr \ee ;e : '.oi'd lie.il  no iin" i
'Jl^fpOSe   I'l'iii !      i-   -��� : v.al   ��� v   hav in '
Qloae Bee:.- in.     ') ee.'   :���>���      lha'   liic   i<   '
i�� Jusi   clo <������!   has   seen   the'  bigwri
JflUl  Of   l eill. ������ I    'lee.    "IVe  ;     ill   a    gl'o'l'
i^Ulber  i.:   ..' '"'ill i onceiisivi :.'
,||_��t k i v. as  noi   hee- s-ar.
.bnpre v..  i !i.    i ai.,     Cun'inniii'J,   Mr.
Hkon     stated::     "I    have    always
cm  againsi  a close season o:i
tfvc;   while  li liing  by 1 raps is al-
n not because it would injure my
Hj^igs.  iee'ieiie-.- I  bav ������ a i rap site  in
,'*3n   gUl;      lllli     . .      bl.;!   I     eeli.'       e'      1      ���   '     I
--'ybtty flrii    !  eie a.'. .    ba:
ers Will Denounce Drink. tion a  Clear  Indication that Present Government is
" Best for Canada���Facts and Figures Prove It.
Stirring  sermons,  directed  against 	
the evils of the drink traffic,  will  b'
preached in churches and chapels ths Tlu' lesl ��r iR,lilk':l1   merit is tho  gambder,  profligate,   money   waabor-
world  over  tomorrow   morning   after- prosperity   that   wails   on   the   iitople.   rowe,].   and tlle Liberals succeeded I '
noon, and evening.'    World's Temper
ance -siinday" is the appellation affixed to a particular Sabbath day every
year, when an united effort Is mad ���
throughout the wide world to bring
home to the people the awful results
of the liquor trade, the greatest enemy of the church in every community.
Under lain ral rub. the record fron this legacy of debt Conservatives to
1896 to date has heen marked by | de daj accuse the Liberals of greal BI
give of prosperity and material prog- pendltures; they forgei the country
its- never before known in Canada, has advanced under Libera] auspice'-.
The- farmers have never been so well-'thai the expenses arc geater.theneeds
to-do, never so successful and content- greater. Tiny also forgei thai theLfil-
ed; the manufacturers have never eral* have the money to BpenS. Mr,
been so busy and prosperous; nev ���:��� j Fielding, Qnance minister, speaking
Special rallies of temperance Boclo-)were working men so much in de-jon this phase ot the subject, once
ties will be held In many iiaris of eln- mand;     D��ver     did    they   get  bt'tl  i" Bald:
province, and    temperance    sermons  wa6es "The  le880r BUm '""' predecessors
will be preached in most of the cnurch- Great Dlei  Done- expended was extravagance,  because
es  dealing with this particular ouea I    '���':-'' manner .n winch tha gr-at we ���   thej  did nol  have ii to expend;  th
has been opened up is a monument to  Larger sum we- have expended Is econ-
ibe- sagacity of the government, anl  omy, because we have lived    within
th    results a men v.i oi  the cei tiny,  our means."
The   land and water tansportation  pro Liberals   Brilliant  Deeds,
blems of Canada have' been solved In j    The resources of the countrj  have
the  Interests  oi   the  Dominion  as a  been developed by the exercise of an
de  The National Transcontinental  Intelligence and grasp of Canada's pos
railway,  to  build   which  the govern-  slbillttes nol possessed bytheCoii ei
tion.
The annual Bervlce of Urn Roycl
Templars of Temperance will be hel.1
tomorrow at St. Andrew's church,
when sermons appropriate to the e"-
casion vviii be preached by the pastor
lb v. ,i. s. Hindi rson. A large numbi r of the members of the order hav
ed, Yield Good Returns.
Roi*: ��� 5J SCHOLARS
MAY WIN i ���..__. ftiMHIE
Essays on England's Naval
Hero Wanted from Public
School Lads and Lassies.
signified their intention to attend and   men' received a direel mandate from   vatlves, who had eipml opportunities
the people, Is  being  rapidlj   pushed  ! ���   bul  who for eighteen years carried on
completion, and  very shortly Canada  a governmenl that waB conspicuous bj
special seats have  ' een  reserved 1   '
them.
At  the  Queen's   Avenue  Metliodl3t
church, the  Kev.  \v.  11. Barraclough
will also attach the demon drink, ;.;
morning  topic  being     'Close up th
barrooms and giv-- the bojre a chtyice," ]
At   the evening service he  proposi
to  dilate   uiKin  the Interesting  prob
lern, "Is the drink traffic a curse or al
of children will  ,;,:ifl   Inducing a greater evenue, Ur.
Vancouver, Nov. 22.���A new method
of extracting gold and other metals
from black sands found in many of thrive!* along tin- coast Hue of llrllis'i
Columbia is to be given a practic'l
tes: in the Cariboo district next Killing
The process is a chemical one. an 1
the discoverer is T. Oorwln, a metallurgist, who is now in Vancouv.ir, M'
Corwln has staked two miles af pla
cer ground along the (.luesin'i river,
aboul twelve miles from the vlllago
of Quesnel, and backed by Vancouvn-
capital, he will next year Install fl
planl vviih a treatment capacity of ten
ions daily.
"The treatment charges bj my process," saiel Mr Corwin today, "will
not excee I ?i per ton. The chemicals
used can le bought for about ii p '���
i<en of material treat".I. i have' al-
readj demonstrated to my own saii--
tactlon th il I can recover from 90 I )
95 per cenl of the Bold associated
with the i-l ick Bands. The process also separates the rare metals like platinum and osmeredian, which are found
in the J lack Bands of the Btfeams of
the Atlantic to the Pacific.   The flnan lie questions, anil was best know* by
ces of thi  country have been so ably iis attempts to purchase the votes of
and economically  administered   that the people by bartering public works
each year of  Liberal rule has found in exchange foi  political support.
. the debts of the country promptly discharged, no new debts created, and a
handsome surplus remaining,    [jower
blessing'''      A   chOi
sing at the morning Bervice. Sever.'!
of the other city pastors will also el ���
liver temperance sermons.
Smith  is Acquitted.
Winnipeg. Nov. Iri.���After being out
The preseni ejovernment has promoted Immigration to a remarkable extent, anil is today engaged iii providing transportation facilities In response to the expressed will of the people, and in the carrying out of Its own
pre election pledges,
The   Liberals    have  striven    at   all
ifiiia.opi
-"ijrttti*.
ri-aJiowin
''iia opei.
^��irtrapi
fishing
fish,    i
season
Ander ���
Har.
'%*��    1"   -
jjjgfairy'*
,.   vJ"tf*ri
,   ii 'CAuti^
. ���. .1 to "i." | olicy of shutting
nei i: b'-ni."ii (iii thc river : nd
; [he 11 ap -vv u. rs to e lent Inui.
itlon.   li   ��� ��� -ie'- i" me to be in
to prohll H thc net mi n from
while the imps are allowed '���
consldei the ordlna,r; clo-"
sufficie nl pr iti ction," aid Mr.
ui, in conclusion.
McMartin, deputy sheriff, who
in under treat menl al the St
hospital b x ihe past few daj '
��� id to be able to resumi
hi Monday morning.
hi-
S HAVE ESCAPED
FROM KEFOKMATUKY
tective Smith, of ihe city police force,
on irial ior manslaughter in the killing of a suspected fur thief by the
name   of  (..uns.
WILL PUNISH TEN
THOUSAND   WOMEN
will hav. another line stretching from its lack of ability to grasp Rival pulvl^ Cariboo districl.    There will  bo
big money made In treating these river sands, as a series of assays shos
that they contain gold values ranging
from |100 to $H00 per ton, besides the
rare meals I mentioned.
"An Illimitable Held tor the application of the new process to the Waal
.lumps of hydraulic propositions is al
so opened up.   In the Cariboo I treal
ed ten pounds of tailings���nothing bu<
so-called waste���and Becured a recovery or |1.10.   My local financial backers will supply the funds for tfie lenient planl to be erected next 'spring ou
our two placer claims along the Que*
nei  river.    If  the results are as successful ss l anticipate, we will lose
no time in Installing other planter
Mr. t'orwin was (formerly in charge
of the Btamp milling plant at ihe Sultana mine in the bake of the Woods
district.
Alex. Robinson, provincial superintendent of education, is in receipt id
ii letter from K- W. Matthews, sccie
tary of the British and Foreign Sailors' society, in which details are given of the society's Intentions to circulate throughout the HrltisU Kmplre
a number of busts and medals oi
Lord Ne Ison, made from the wood iui.1
copper of Ins two flagships, the Victory and the Foudroyant. A prize ll
offered for the best essay by any I (i.v
or   girl   under   sixteen     years  of  age.
dc iiing with any subject    connected
with life on the rolling wave. Two
prizes  have   been specially   se'l   apart
for Canada, and this year ihis subject
has been selected for competition:
"What does the nation owe td Nelson
and in r sailors'.'" Essays will be received by Mr, Robinson from Kil
schools In British Columbia untllJune
30, Nei essaj shall exceed 1,000 words.
The prii \ will be an artistic copper
I la pie. bearing the King's InlUals,
From the report received the work
of the society is proceeding excellently. The sab' ol Nelson medal1.,
ma le trom the copper of the hag
ships has realised a handBome fig
nre'. and has been of assist ance in
furnishing seamen's homes In dlfler-
ent British and foreign ports,
;.e ��� a less burdensome ta the people
ivnO accomplished the purpose for
which ii was designed. The post office department has been managed in
a business-like manner, resulting in a times to promote harmonious r> latlo is
surplus for the first time In ihe his- between the various elements of the
tory  of the' country.    Every  depart-  population,    n  has hr<m  the aim ef
an hour anil three-quarters yesterday  uient of the government has i   en oni    Conservatives to disturb this harmony
afternoon, the jury brought in a ri
diet of not guilty Hi the case ot D��
ducted upon  business    prlnen^es,   uland raise up race and religious pri
which honesty and economy have be-jjudices, and create discord  winmv
come apparent in the satisfactory re- such ;i course would appear to serv
suits secured. 'some, political end.
The- aver.ige elector
What Electors Demand.
What ehx's the avenge elector re
quire of a government.?
I. To do ewrythineg possible to pro-
hould be sari
Bed thai his requirements have been
ii'i'i   by  the   l.i..eral governmenl   and
that everything ihm goes to promote
mote the prosperity and w< Hare of the \ national growth, and the prosperity of
Madrid, Nov  ---Ten thousand women are being summoned to appear in j
the courts to answer for having glo.i-.
Red a crime.
Jesusa  Pajaini, a   young milliner uf'
.uil'iao. recently suot deafl a man I >
whom she bad uvea betrothed and wh i
had deserted her    She was sentence
to three years' imprisonment.
A few days ago iho corporation ol
whole  people.
2. To administer public affairs economically and  honestly,    to tax  the
people   cjiblablv   and    triiiri.    bill   not
unduly.
II. To develop  the   resources of  the
the people has been contributed in
with a lavish banfi by the governmenl
of the day.
Compare   Records.
The condition of the public debt ;s
a.   good   iuiiJcation of  the  measure  Of
pi  .- pei ny eujoyi'ii by the people. The
public 'K'bi  in   l  '.in. ai'ler thc COBl     -
vatlves htnj  been  In   office elghi i
.. wns $268,497,432. When ib-yas
sum.'', i.ow-cr in 1878, the public debt
1 counl ry  on   sound   principles,  anel   *o
that e'Uei to promote Immigration, and
j to provide  tra-aspartatlon  facilities.
Have  Liberals  Made Good?
li is admin bed - the i on lition of th?
country  proves It���that   the  Liberalsi wag $1,,, J/M[K B0 1|,a, iu eighteen
Mil   -        -iia' ...   .��� Bilbao, at ' haVe -hvn  tj*****  lh'���  '"s; .fl6,1"1' yeara tbey 1"'1'"1 '" ,h" ""nl""S ,,f i:V
wag  aenounced    '""" Oonfedenation.      Nothing Ije0]Jle t_he<sum of $118,135,363, equlva
bas been lefJ undone thai would ���  :��� '. \, .u  -,,, an average Increase of about
to promote the prosperity and ivelfa  :\ six ;iud ., i1;ijt- millions    pei  annum.
of the ii-.'p'ie. During elejven years bf Liberal rule,
which  the  sent enci
and aii address was eiraii.'.i by the author, Manuri Aranaz. expressing sym-
pathj   wiili   l'aja.n:i   nml  extolling  he"
act.     This ad ' 'i s i    was afterwards
signe i i>.   10,  millini rs.
The public "��� ��� ec itor has decide I
lhat rie- publication of the addres ���
���i punishable oH nse, nnd citations to
a ".s'.vi i to the charge are now belna
si rvi d oa the '-- il hot anel all thfi si -
natoriea,
there has positively been no addition
lo  ;   .-  pu lie debt,  bul  surpluses have
li cannot Ix? Ruacesstully denied that
public affaiis have bean administered
with economy,, having due regard to nUeen ra'eatetl amounting to over $90.-
; io', e-i    pi e���I'oiiian. e-  of   Ilie   public   SI   '     p00 000.
Vice. gj]   Wilfrid  Laurier once said.   >'. h   -'
i is an inc-oiii.i'overtibi - fact thai uu   ..,., ;-,;,i:il, Bl Toronto, that II  wa    no'
-lea   i.ill Tai   polii-;.  the  taxi s  liii'-'e  I        e
a.i.    - i-.-,   to quote a long array "f I ���
BAPTIST CONVENTION HAS
ELECTED ITS OFFICERS
diminished  md ibe- revenue has bee-i ures   ,(,  , r,,V(,  the  prosperity of th
rea ed   In Btai'tling contrasl toCon country, tor, Bald he:  "You will i'e"
ervatn    la     when ,b" v ry contrary lhe a,, .,, ,,,- prosperity In jour pocli
was the case, tor un ba- the Torj  ad ,,,, ���      xhta    prophesy   has  been re
'  ! i   tral on I ixea were Increasi I   it l ,,,      ,; i    fulfllll L ,-���.. ,,, ,-  ;:i,, ,���,���,
revenue was rednc tb |1:in   ,  ���,..,,.  inv,,  tel|     |lr   j;��� ;,.   ,
ae iperltj   in  their pi cl e;s  i   ev<
v.i I   :      a-'bt'.'ivvleil'.-r-l.
Bq boys, Qlenroy Climes and Or,i
Andeiaon. i scape 1 from lh" Provenctal
itlormatory at i'.iinl r.rey yester.lay
mom :     an I oiliiers from the vi'lonii-
atorv    ami    lb"    I'liivim ial   police   are
SOW   scutching  tor   them.       Climes  i
#bOUl   1-.   viars of  age.  of  dark   coni-
plexinn. ;.e iv.-i s inches in height, and
eSJTpre a pair of heavy logger'.s boon.
And. una bas been an inmate of th"
WtDreasie.i". .'inl gut awa;.' once before.
Hew,:-'- wanted ;... i-mly al Sumas tor
tbe alb ged iheii of a watch nnd waa
���rreMe 1 ,,n Ihis side of lhe line..    Th"
Miserable Toi y Perfoi'm.-inces.
I;. i. ev* r Increasln _ elebi. wai rii ���
lol of the Conservative government.
N.ii having the Intelligence lomanaga
affairs so na to males both endsmeet,
resort  was had to the device of the
WILL  FOLLOW  WISHES
OF   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
me
tote
lute
le i
t��lr
trate at New Westminster, ;."-
whom    he  appeared,  sent     hlm
j  to ih^ reformatory.    Anderson
feel   10 inches  In  height,  very
Both i o s were blue sweaters,
v. bin they gri  away were wtfli-
eoats.
Calgary, Nov. 22. The Baptist con
veniion ol Wesi.-ni Canards -vs .11 el '
an accomplished fad by the adoptlo i
of a  resolution:
"That we 'he' '.I'viediti' I delegates of
the BaptiBt churches ol Manltd"oa,Saskatchewan and Hri'ish Columbia, in
convention assembled, ibis him daycf
November,1907, In the city of Caigarv,
do now approve of tbe action of ilie
joint committee on the union or Hap-
list  convention or  Manitoba and the
. hoards ol trade of Edmonton and uo
Northwest, lhe Baptist convention ol
British Columbia, in the organization \#���. and thanking the executive com
of a Baptist convention Ior Western  mission for benefits secured by thes
Canada, and do ratify the same; and
further, that we now proceed to a d's-
Tr.ide Returns  Analyzed.
'ria ���  tot ei  tm le <���!'  the  c untry  In
(Continued on Page Twi.)
SOCCER TEAMS PLAY
AT   QUEEN'S  PARK   TODAY
Winnipeg, Man., Nor. 22.���Tho
Western Canadian Immigration association held a meeting yesterelay
When   letters     were     read    from   ni"
cttsslon  of the constitution  prepared
by the committee."
The convention elected officers is
follows: President, H. B, Sharpe, Winnipeg; vice-presidents, Premier Hut h-
erford. Alberta: A. llogott.Viiiieonver-
Dr, s. .1. MoKee,Brandon-; treasure",
S. Blaekhall, Winnipeg; secretary, J.
F. Mclntyre. Winnipeg; auditors, .1.
ri Allan
iwo cities.
.1. M. Obed Smith, nellng for the executive committee, will go to British
Columbia and take up with the ment-
lei's of llritisli Columhia the program
of publicity work, now being done for
that province by the association, lt is
the wish of the committee to have 'h^
propaganda arranged to follow the ex
n,l    J. McCracken, Wran!-|act lines most desired by British Co1
umbia
A scheduled soccer match between
the New Westminster footballers anl
the  Norih Vancouver team   will be
-th,,1 played this afternoon at Queen's park,
commencing promptly at ��.30.
The match was to have been played al Vancouver, but owing to the fu it
that the .athletes' plots have already
.been cnfifiged, arrangements were
made last, evening by long distaiu7"
illume for playing the game at Queen's
park, The North Vancouver men will
|egve Vancouver on the 1:30 ear, arriving here in due time. The Westminster line-up will be: Goal, Barbaree; backs, Clark and Herringshaw;
half-backs, P. Locke, A. Turnbull and
O. Peel.,' forwards, Watson, Ambrose,
L>.nK.e..en. I.-. Turnbull and Cuhnlng-
ham. J. .1. Welah will referee thl-
match.
BLAMES TARTAR'S PILOT
FOR   THE   COLLISION
Victoria, Nov. 22.- Before the com
mission v. inch Is enquiring Into lh<
Tartar Char nu",' collision. Mr. It'll
well, who is acl ing for Capt Whitcl.
of th.' Charmer, this morning an
nounced thai he would produce evi
,lence' lo show that had the Tartar
been on the course as stated by he
officers, ihere would have been ���'���
collision.  He abo stated Ural he vvoubl
riow thai Capt. Jones, pilot on thi
Tartar, had endeavored to force thi
Charmer to go to porl Instead of to
starboard, as it is claimed he did a
fi'w elays before the accldenl with
the steamer Titan.
Vernon, Nov. 22.-HNolan Davis, who
has spent several years ill Ui' fruit
raising districts of California, is aboul
io atari a pap.".- in Summerland, to
be known ns the Review. He expeet.3
to have the Brst num' er oul by ih ���
ginning of tho new year,
MILITARY PROGRAM
FOR ENTERTAINMENT
Many Attractions for Soldiers' Gala Night Next
Friday���Awkward Squad.
MISSIONARY MOM CHINA
RELATES EXPERIENCES
Mrs. iluntlev. a mlssl ins 'v vv ao ii i ;
bei n working in the heart of Chin i
[or the lasi twenty years, and is no v
on parole, delivered a lei nne I'hui
day evontng In the Wesl Presbyterian
church ou the subject, of her experiences in Hie Orient Her ball! wa i
very interesi ing and waa keenly followed, Mrs. Huntley live so far Inland from the coast that she requires
six mouths from the time she dlsem
barks at Hong Kong to reach her
post, travelling In Uu* only manner
possible   by boats on rivers, an i In
lhe   regular   Chinese'   conveyances  on
land.
The meeting was held under th.?
auspices of the BCOUler auxiliary, of
the West Presbyterian cliiircn. Ti������
annual report of missionary work during the past year was received, and <i
thank-offering [or foreign missions,
amounting to $127.75, was taken uo
among the members of the assem-
blage. After the conclusion of tfie address, a short program of sonss, recitations, etc., were rendered, and the
serving of refreshments ended the
meetiug-
Active preparations are going on tor
the big military entertainment which
is to be given by lhe eilliceis ami m V)
of A.and B companies, sixth regiment,
|l. C. 0. 11 . at the Armouries mi Fri
day. Nov, 29, ami the many featurea
which win i e pn ented are being rehearsed nightly by the mi n who are
to  le   the  star  performers.
Among  the  star  attractions  of  the
evening will be a burlesque drill tj
an lncompetenl awkward BQUad, eon-
manileel by Sergt. Major CornTrii. All
military rules will be disregarded "���--
this s-piael. anl much tuntfWDWW
promised  in  connection  with  ibis l'"*
tare, a boxing match between tvfo of
the mllltla middleweight^, and a wrestling match between Andy MacDbnali
and an opponent whose name kepi
���ei rei will also take place' during I i
evening.
Il is proposed In h - v.- , i,a ki tbal]
match betw< en teams repres ntln s
the mllltla and Columbian college,anl
in order to make way for the other attractions, the game will be put on
earl In the - - ning and win last less
than an hour,
Dining  the evi ning,  music il
lilllls    Will    ll      11'  '."' I    ll A      -'      belie, while   '   ' ' 1 local
will obltgi   ������ th ."���- i     nd flui ' .    -V8
this  '-- - ��� .-        f    n-
 ia   ents tl the  militia-
iii- n  ai"  y.r lining    evi      effort    to
LINE TO BE BUILT FROM
PORT SIMPSON TO SKEENA
Victoria, Nov. 22. Notice ls give.i
in the liritish Columbia Gazette by ���'���
i. Prior, of this city, th it. (ipplii ation
will be made to the legislative assembly at its next session for an act to
Incorporate a company to build a Una
of railway from Port tflnrp'oa to a
point on the North Skeena passage.
The railway wlll be of slandai.T or narrow gauge, to be operated by sieam o.-
electricity, from a point nt or neae-
Port Simpson; thence following the
Work canal to Skeena river and to n
point on North Skeena passage.
Power is also asked to connect with
and enter into a running arrangement
with any other railway and to receive
from any government or person grants
of land, money, bonuses, privileges or
oth^r assistance in ciA of the company's undertaking.
���
H
, PAGE TWO
TriE DAILY XEWS.
First of all ��� see
what we have before you buy your
Winter Overcoat.
Special English Nap
Overcoat���$40.
Made in any style and lined with Skinners Satin.
It is true that this Overcoat is a marvel
of comfort and style and good value.
H. L. DEBECK, Exclusive Agent, New Westminster
i
IB
-.e;K
.    .;-'<-
���' ADVERTIS1
THE      DAILY       NEWS
POR QUICK  RETURNS.
a       ADVERTISE I
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEW
If You'vi  lost An;' bins.
IMPE
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT* STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
commercial Interest    ��� cou
een ri li emed from
> of Can in it
.   . -���   '   th
I thei      ndi
a the
the two parth -
Public Works Constructed.
The Lil er lis  bat
:.- ng  publli    --��� I thei
servatlvi s c laim credi -a
ivitj   in  : bis r< gard.     w hal   are   ' '���
facts?    In  addition   to  the  consi
tlon of ad litions  to the Tri
and  ih.'  building of thi   gre it   KI
fleld lit'; lock, the depai tmenl of p
He works has pursue I a most \ i
course with the object of cheapi
and facilitating transportation betwe -i
the great Northwesl and the Canadian
I Atlantic seaboard.      Special  and  energetic attention wa i dii       I    ��������� ���
the following lmpro\ em nts:
i. The   harbors  em   Lake  S i. i rior
whi re the western grain Is deliver -'I
by the i all waj a  tnd stored f ir dl I
bution.
i'  The  harl ors    for  11 ans shipn i i
in Ontario.
3. The lin- 9 ites bel wi en the
proi Ince of < Int irio and M- >mt r< a] an !
other eastern , ori totli b; .rail an 1
water.
I. The harbors for ieceh Ing, si
an ' shipment  for thc ocean vo.
3. The iri, ;  St.Lawreni e ship i
ujxfl �����,_,,��,   ,,                               ���   ll'1' Montreal and Qu   iec, to il    -
w  I    :U"!ma"v"s,,:" "-   (nlshl  and day).
rho   �����m_._,    ___________________ ���V<'1"'S���     kl':': The-   i;e.���.'ral   iele-a   iea.S      ,',-,,   I ,,<-.��� -,'
ino people i..K.|- bv excessive iivm,,,
,,,.,,,.,. excessm   taxation    dlvera  .,,   aueg  .j,,,,,^,  whlch  woi'
1     ll!'' l our manufacture rs from for-!
����������������������������
������������������������������������������������^���������������^^
\A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUi
WILL BE GIVEN A WAV
THIS  ELEGANT   UllI.AI.V INCLUDING   i-    v
HANDSOME  CASK   WILL  BB GIVEN HV  VO
��� SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   VV
��� CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   oi*' vo'i"
{   LOWING   MANNER I
ELECTORS SATISFIED
WITH LIBERAL RULE
 '
(Continued from Page One.)
led  things   for  eighteen
I
The merchants lis'.-1  below  n.,:
i base one v..ie..
give  with
_____________________________________________________
���
��� The contesi   began  Aug.  2.1rd,   1907,    anei   ,-...
��   1908, at 7 p. hi.
���
��� a  ballot box I    placed In D   S. Curtis 4. C i
to be dej    . - .
',-,'1  in irkets,   militated    againsi   the
exportation of   far
lo-   Into ih - St.Lawn nce as the ma
j   having      ceived   the    large     numbei ol  rati
���   library.
���in      roduc ��� ' artery  "'" "nl:'   lh    l��'oducts  of
1224,420,485.    Compare this with Th-  "" " N'orthwest' !,,n ;ii"' ;l>" P">d "
total  trade  of Canada    for  ih,.' ������ ." -   "'    ;"'!    "''    the  w"s',:"    Vmerl.
ending  August,   1907, which  amounts     *
to $640,338,157, an Increase   of st."..      '" acc��mplish this additionaldepl
i     renl   ice ounl a  w bi n      >n.pt!} , a I an
J        Remeni e .  v itea can be-        ired by trading wl
���   ed below,
over    the   previous
rease   of $7.;.
twelva
725,729
montlis.   ^^^^^^^^���
The trade policy of Uie governmenl
was condemned in unmeasured terms| ���:e
by the Conser'""'	
of water was provl
���
���
!.     i .   Is on exhibit lon   tl  W
bb Pales' fin a
el ' I ai the lake ba
rvatives.
bors. Dredging ha     ���   ., done at  D
poi    harbor,   Collingwood,    Godericli
Ow. ii Seiiin |, Meafoi I, Saull Ste. Ma
Sarnia and other places, an 1  ��'
D,  S. Curtis  will  count
some of them wharves and breakwi
  Buin.-; into re-
[criminations when they observed thejers haV(. ,���,.,..  constructed.    perha,
j Liberals casting off the wornout math-1 ^ mos|  |mportanl  vvort ,������ ,his ,
cription consistently i arri* d <>n bj t.i
preseni governmenl haa i een I he in
provemenl  of the St.  Lawrence
VV.    E.   FALES
Furniture
ods which  had  been    so abortive oi
I good results, and applying intelligent
f principles of political economy, promised In the ni-ii' and enlightened pol-
j Icy which was to govern public affairs
from  the time the  Liberals assumed
offlce, the Conservatives    could    butl
scoff and sn ei ^^^^^^^^^^^
per, "One universal wail of anguish
:rom 'be. manufacturei a would r ���-
si und from earth to hi aven." There
was no wail of anguish, but a tribute
of  praise  and   i h inkfulness  that  tho
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
channel.    The old-fashione l  plant  o
ibo  Conservative gov rnment,
useless to accompli b ani i hing In th
general ieen.   waa  thrown  aside   i -
Said Sirpharles Tup-   L,bera] government and powerful,   i
era  dredges   n ere   built    an I   pul
work, and the result Is 11 ������: ��������� b.a  !n
the  magnificent   deep    channel,   we
��� THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Me.ts
".   S.   CURTIS 4 c
Dru-js
A.    J.    BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
West   End Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PL
Daily   and   Weekly  Nt
(Continued on page ?..)
(under new  management)
Lionel    Haweis.     Photographer
Th<
.      _     i ne
> ��)dison
$        Phonograph
j Nothing Can
Equal
The satisfaction there is in offering to
your guests a satisfactory form of entertainment, one that takes care of itself, which
does not interfere with other forms of amuse-
ment, but rather helps them.   Such an entertainer is the Edison Phonograph.    11F
Condensed
| Advertisements
ly ne v; owner moving ea it;
niu.st Bell. Address M. ('. &__., News
iffice.
���w
E.  RUSHTON  &  A. SPECK
Sporting   Goods.  Gen.   Repairing
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Statione
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate
fections,     Ice   Crea
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STij.q
S.   H.   Thompson. Prep,
?����������������������������������������������������������������������<.������������������������������������������
�������������<
Reausm
1T.OR  SALE���2    STOKIED HOUSE,
on corner bet, Carnarvon Btree*.
j Ten rooms, bath, furnace, stone foundation.   Price $5,500.   Apply '/... P. '���).
I   Box 693.
F<
10UND���OLD BRINDLE COW.    ii ,,
not called for In two weeks, -i>ill ;|
.sell to defray expenses.   A- .Vl.iickv.iy, j
Burnaby Lake.
Edison Phonographs with the New Edison
Equipment,  which includes a large Horn
and Stand.
Gem, $16.50; Standard, $32.50; Home, $45; and Triumph, $71.50
Edison Records, 40c.
OU   SALE���TWO   DISPLAY    TA
hies    and    one  cashier's  office.
Suitable Tor any store'    Prici- $.". each. :'
Apply Box 485.
LOS'I
,     G
OST���A PAIR OF GOLD-RIMMED
J Glasses, on Tuesday mornlitg, be
.tween Hospital street ami tram office.
! Kinder please return to this offlc?.
I Mrs.  W. A.   Powers, Sapperton.
Ladies' and Children's Flannelette
and Woolen Underwear
thev^diSSeable>y8 ,make one ^e] that
they  need  some  good   and   warm  clothing.
Before purchasing elsewhere   sten in and
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   ���  275 Columbia Sfree
r APANESE   LADIES   WANT  GEN-
'     eral housework    tor   month, or
washing clothes by the day,   Apply to
S, Alalsiiiiiiir...  P. O. Hox 296, city.
"   W.   E.   PALE'S
MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE
u-^������4s>ri\
2X,  9.
'ANTED- Position-   .\s  SALES-
COLUMBIAS,
���
ri\pply at this oflice for addresi
I'ly,  or as nurse  for Invalid,
$35,  $40, $50,   $80 and $110.
Columbia Records, 65c
WANTED- A .NT
�� t    (lass laborers,
ley, ii, ar Small & Bucklln's
ANTED- A NUMBER OP HRS1
Apply to (jni'-i
W
-^A.'^ri'''i'-eVi. T
[7ANTED���BY      vol Ml     LADY,
room and board, convenient  'o
post pfflce.    Apply K., Box 693.
VICTORS,
HDMER PIGEONS FOR SALE.   AP
ply   P. O. Box 537, New Westminster.
a
V
J��'        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^B~" >_________���______! ""
>J  able prices and satisfaction guaranteed
��   , i  ������   ���
1
utrte
$25, $33, $36, $50, $60, $72
and $120.
Victor Records, $75
Write for prices.    Catalogues mailed on application.
Om: large  Front room to
rent; heated, etc.   Third avenue,
second    house    from    Sixth    .s'tr<'<'t.
WANTED���POSITION AS HOTEL
I Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good experience; best of references. Apply
G��� lb O. Box 693.
I am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings   Dealer,   F
Director .and  Lmhaliner, anl  I will sell you anv I bin n In my linei    ^H
and vvill give you better \ ilue Ihan you  can gel  In any other ;
:a i!i" city,   Try me.
Wall   Papers in   endless   .ariety.    Oilcloth  from 25c  up.    <-" '"'  ^ '
Matting  from  15c  up.    l   noleums   from 45c  up. Curtain Stretch- I
ers,  the  best  made, $2.r    per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   ana  I       I
prices     Iron Beds, whi'.  and tint enamels, $3.50 and up-   Prt'   f   **
ambulators and Go-Carl_ of all descriptions.
All kinds of job work anil repairing done on .shortest noiice'   ll "'"-'III
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.     Now  goods  arrlvin- eini-.' Q_^B
'A   I have sold the block and am still doing business in  the Bams P" ,
J��J   and In the same old way.
v*x<<*x*z*z*z*z*z*?:^^^^
 rtneli
i
*
Rap
JAI'ANT'riSK      BOY
school wants work wi
J. H.   TODD'S Music House
New Westminster, B. C.
ATTENDING
B,^-^^^ ��� "ith good fam
ily  in  return  for  room    and   board
[Apply n��x 545, city.
|   'Phone A 278.
rnTJB8TMINSTER   ^REALTY     EM
| y ' ployment Arfency supplies il,
Kinds of help tree to contractors and
| employers. Phone ;k;��; p 0 B()X
368;  266 Columbia street.     Call and
| sec opr list of city lots, houses, acreage and farms.   We can suit yon
id Easy
Grinders ���*���
i
'I   be   r,r,\   villi  eiiii, i   : i, am : "''j^j'
111 'se : ower or wlndml
"unning grinders made.
Straw  and   Peed  Cutters
'izes,    Our  pulpers  and  sllcera ���'
made   with   reversible knives, "r
reversing the handle,   All are
and ball bearings.
M
""��� i. TRAPP  & CO--
Limited
MHUMBM-HW '<:,
lAtURDAY. NOV.  23.   1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
FOR
I
ELECTORS SATISFIED
WITH LIBERAL HLLE
SB*.-,
I
4 CO
icery
jpil  Clothing
BLACK  OR YELLOW
Short Coats 3-4 Coats Long Coats
For .Men's Black Rubber Coats, all sizes
For Boys' Black Rubber Coats, all sizes
For Men's Mackintosh Coats,  in grey,
mud and black.
Men's Shower-proof Coats
Boys' Shower-proof Coats
 TRY	
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier |
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Sapperton Lots   j
���
efeodld L '        r 'in' ; iriee.-i   ... a-.      ;?oo: terms ���
^9lumbU't-'"'- i   I-"'--     $450; terms 1
ktadl-1   ri'.  e-l.-.,r..i]     $150; terms Z
^Bl.ee'  in  Sapperton   CCxlO...   clean <].   fur    $425; term: ���
���..^iilfcift.fl'''1 ' '"���,1-  "I'riv '' uns. ���
PEEBLES &i I
ibia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307 J
�����������������������������������* *-���>*< �����������������������������������������<>���������������������������*?
(Contlnu   ; :   im Page Two.)
-     : - ��� he el
llghl   and     -���    - - ���
Poor Not Negiectcd.
Tbe  tran   ��� a facilities In  !������
. ��� nied purelv
iei. al  .leein- !tlc  ii a li'  lar.     also  b<    1
[ rea Ij   Improvi I.     In   the   Mai ll
Provin es pi the t reatesl a*.
������ ntlon has   een   aid    e i be n, e Ib o
���;.. .   |... su isisl   ..y the in-'''
a i.e.-!.. .     ,.  e ,i   time   naiai'..    Wl
,-oted Ior a  ��hai t    in    Nova   Sco   i; <iiiie<
which   would   all. vlate  'I'
< i   i In-   Bshermen, the  Conservatlv
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated bv the fact that the
efiaest Cocoa in the world U made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Ii the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
0PERA= HOUSE
Go'A3i MacGowan, Manager
Night, Nov. 26
JOHN CORT
-   ills
Sarah Truax
IN
In    a.Iiii: lein    il    ina.e     als e    I e
condition  said to the i redli of th ��� governi i(
thai the postal rati b have bei n greal
5   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR  SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
Thi
IQYAL BANK �� CANADA
V TOTAL  ASSETS   OVER    45,000,000
;e
Jffe welcome small accounts anil pay interest four times
_ ye*r on Savings Hani; eiep esits.
F. B.  LYLE,   Manager.
naclian Bank of Commerce
Hi        Caplu.t, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
 -; HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
.��>.,:>.'��� -fc'-'JtfiLKEIt.   I'reslelcit. ALEX.   LAIRD,   General   Manager
~f| BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
^^ Iss loei al the following rales:
^5 I     16 abd un :��� ���     3 cents
}p   j     Oft $5 ; a ." b"..    jiu  6 cents
pVier $10 ... ���    :;: ���. s -" 1" cents
Ow f 30 ,,i, i : ������.-...-; n._ .?.,n 15 cents
-iv*m ord<       . ������ r\. \i:i.i-:  at i'\it eei anv office    In  Canada  <���
i ��� -
larterM Ban      ', i:."ii   ��� -_���������-. t.��� 11.    n i at the principal banking points ln
Negotiable at a lixe.i rate al
THE C\\\!'i\N  hank  ii-  com MICROS, LONDON, ENG.
������'i toy tOJOU an ������  '   ������:;'      -i'e i n;  le-niiuing  small  sums of money with
etch- I      Safety anl   ai     aae'l  e.i
and  I jf WK'.vrMINSTHIt  liltANCH���II. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
p.,'-  PEN fATURnw i.viri\i.\i;s ; ;m thu I'M.
-e-:.-l
dallf-1
*:*xm
Bfaok of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1X17.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RlttRVE       $11,000,000.00
"WMrtM* tk��>ugli<iiit. Canada anel Newfoundland, and in London, England,
H*W York, Chicago anil Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Gen-
Wl Banking  Business Transacted.
ttwt Of Credit issued, available witl. correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
n      tVtng* lank Department.     Deposits received In sums ot $1 and upwards,
Ud Interest allowoel at I! per cent,  per annum  (present rate)  added
tsy
���,(:��� r limes a year.
���Ul AawU ove,- jifis.onn.nno.oo.
��*n every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p.  m. to 9 p.  m.
N5JW WESTMINSTI-IR BRANCH.
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager
would raise everv objection possible   l> reduced, a boon tor which the pe
The Liberal government, while dolna
whal was necessary with regard lo
Important public works, has in>i been
unmindful of the poor man. and hii
interests bave nol bi en n iglecte I
.ui his welfan  has i een thoughtfully
���   grateful.
Preserving   Public  Domain.
The pollej  of the  Liberals to pn
-I-        Ituri   i eld at   prohibitive  ;
ne musl  be placed    where r
prapei:    belongs.
The  Libera]  government,  appreel i-
iin:   thai railways were necessary I
lhe devetopmenl of new territory, extended   assistance     by   payment   of   I
"THI SPIDER'S WEB"
An original drama In three, acts
By JOHN     HUTCHINS
A play of intense Dramatic Po��
Nicely  Blended     With    Keen  Wil  and
Brisk Humor.
Reserved Seats at  Ryall's       Prices.
$1.50. $1.00, 75c and 50c.
servi   the public domain for the sei   cash subsidy upon which Interesl waller Is too well known to be enlarge 1   charged,   thus    the    subsidy   became
upon, bul ii is Interi sting in this
practically a loan.    The Liberal goi
considered, li can truthfullj be Bald nectlon to remind the y iple thai i.i' ernment imposed other conditions with
thai s mosl vigorous and progressive Conservatives voted as subsidies ti respeel to rates charged the govern-
policy bas been pursued b) the gov- railroads no less than 56,087,072 acrei menl upon all subsidized railroads
ernmenl In the Urection of Improving These are. the people who accuse thc which effected a greal Baving ��� ich
aids to navigation. governmenl of alienating the public year- Had this policy been adopted
Canal Tolls Abol.sl-.ed. lands and favoring the ipeculator at by the Conservatives In the early hls-
In order to facilitate, lake shipping the expense of the . ttler, tory of railroad building, many mil-
Tories Made Settlers Suffer. lions of dollars a  vein- of the people's |
Aa a matter <>r ract, the lamls alien- money would have been saved.
Ished. This was a great boon to Can-  ated  by  the Conservatives were na Pre-election Promises Kept.
i lian shipping Interests, and, judging nrally selected along the rlght-of-wav To make even a shorl allusion to nil
ty results,  ii   appears  to  have-   bee.ilof the various ralloads and were con- the good things accomplished by the
.i'isi  whal waa necessary to turn theisequent!) of greater value (ln respeitlLibera] Government since 1896 isqull -
the governmenl tolls een vessels pass
Ing through thi canala bave been iib-b
tid< of the grain-carrying trade through
1 ana lian channels. The St. Lawrenci
ite is patronized u, a much greater
��� '.������ ni   than erer  before.    Canada  Is
in transportation of products) to the Impossible In a slmrt article, li mav
settler who waa compelled to buy' be said with truth thai whai the Lib-
from the corporation al high Qguro erals promised before the elections iii
the  land   which  he  would  otherwise 1896 an-i before every general election
, i ���  an,! more handling American   t | have been entitled to lake up free as since, has been more ihan performed
a homestead.   This is the manner ifl That the people believe ihis is prove
which the Conservative    government bj   (lie  resull   In  bye-elections.    The
protected    the    homeseeker   of    ihe' Government has losl but one seat Lon-
al   route.      Thus does  a   progressive  west, by forcing him to buy from thei don and ln that case no Liberal candi-
porl grain, there being a difference in
��� . n i ati s of several cenl - a bu b I
In ;;.vor of th<  <Canadian lake nnd can-
governmenl create favorable commercial conditions from which the people
a whole ree elve the benefit.
Well Managed Post Office.
The- managemeni of the posl office
department affords a striking instance
ni' Intelligent a Imlnistratlon under L'b
eral methods compared to the Blipshod
manner In which business was conducted In Conservative times. Iu
y.n:. ihi' last year of Conservative
rule, this department was run at a
loss of $781,152. Last year, under Lib-
. ral rule, thi re was a surplus of over
i  million dollars���after ihe establish-
railroad or locate so far from the lin ri dale  was   nominated.   The   Conserv-
thai it became of no service to him. atives have not been so fortunate, they
What will the people think of the men have steadily lost the slight hold they
who cry    "the land  for the Bettler,"I had on the public confidence.
win ii   they  compelled     the'   settler   to Future  Safe  With   Liberals.
purchase from the corporations at aj Sir Wilfrid Laurier pul the'case we'll
high Bgure, hmd which the corpora- when he said the Liberals had not been
tions secured for nothing? I Imitators, had nol   walked  in   bi al n
If the settler is compelled to pay r.   paths, bul  had framed a policy to meel
high price for his land he ewes ll (,j| difficulties as they arose', a policy nub-
Double Screened Nut
Stove-pipes
a Conservative govemment.whlch fri'
teri'il away this heritage of the homi
seeker. The evils of laml bonus I
wealthy monopolists must be laid '<���
the Cons 'rvatives, and if the west siri
ed to the condition and the time. As r
has been in the past, so il wtfl be ia
the future, the Liberal Governmenl w !]
face any difficulty; meet every problem as  il   arise's.  and  solve'  il   In  the
menl   of hundreds of additional   post! u'r< toda>' in having land adapted to  best interests of the Canadian people.
$5.00
Per Ton
Delivered  up to 4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladles'Cold Watches  from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
'ace. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
'���ase. $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to Ihe Wellman
Arctic  Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings. Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
The Good   Cheer
.STORE |
IS  OFFERING
Underwear at $1.00
per Suit
Can't   Be   Beat
BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW
Another Great Sale
OF  SPECIALS FOR
THREE DAYS ONLY
Friday, Saturday and Monday
November 22, 23 and 25,  1907, at
JOHN. A. IffS MAMMOTH FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Ladies* Waists
Men's  Pants
��er.
nr
ft
��� N. Draper
8. C. Land
Surveyor
"���ri Kleltw Waitmlniter. B.C
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
Lace Curtains and
Curtainettes
Rubbers, all
sizes
Kyle & Son
The Home of Plenty
SPECIAL    NO.   1.
Is an Elegant Hardwood Golden Finish Secretary, 1 ft. 3 in. high and
2 ft. 2 in. wide, with drop front for writing, fitted inside with shelves and
pigeon holes, and has large shelf under for books, this will make an acceptable
gift for Christmas.   The regular value $7.50.   Special sale price $5.60.
SPECSAL    NO.   2.
A Handsome  Imperial Oak Sideboard,  with heavy turned pillaster and
carved pediment top and fitted with English bevel plate mirror 24 in. by 14 in,
also 1 large and 2 small drawers for plate and linen, and large double cellar-
ette base.    Regular value $2(5.00.   Special sale price $19.75.
SPECIAL    NO.   3.
Is a useful Bookcase in golden finish elm and stands 4 ft. 8 in. high by
2 ft. G in. wide, and fitted with 5 large shelves. This is apiece of furniture
that will be appreciated by those who like to have a place for everything in
their house, books included.    Regular value ,$8.00.    Special sale price, $6.50.
'Phone 276      255 Front St.
.i ADVERTISE      "W
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
ir YOU Need Anything.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 70.
DUPONT BLOCK
Columbia Street,     New Westminster.
s PAGE FOUR
T3E   DAILY   NEWS.
SATUftOAV.  Nev.
I
THE DAILY NEwS
Publistae 1 by the Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth an.! Frout
Btreets, New  Westminster,  8.  C
CIH ELECTIONS
E.   A.   Paige.
. Manacjiny   Director
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SATURDAY.  NOV. 23,  1907
THE   HOUSE  OF   LORDS
The wires gave us some time' ago,
a s.in iei' synopsis ol Lord Roseberry'a
opinions about   the    House of Lords,
but it is worth while to lvad Bome ex-j
tracts  from the press reports of his]
speech, nut only because tlu1 Question
is one in which every loyal Bubjeci ia
the' Empire has an interest, but   because some of the things which    thu
speaker said have an Indirect bearing
upon  that  question of senate reform
which comes up from time '������' time ri
our discussions of Dominion politic-!
matters.
Lord Roseberry did nol defend ti>('
House of Lords as ii is. "lie had
never aecn able to defend the prese.it
constitution of the House of Lords;
he h.iei indeed stoutly attacked it: he
had constantly endeavored to reform
ii. But on the' other hand hi' was
from the ix>tmm of his heari con
v'inced, b . i 'j lol i if political and
historical experience of which he was
essed, that a Secon I Chamber,
-in.I ati effective Second Chamber, wa3
i: ��� ���       .,'    .   both   io  '.ll-'   w-'ifar ��� of this
country an I ;<i the maintenance of i:;
constitution. And if he might sum up
the i osition in a word, and he did be'
lieve thai ii embodied the conviction
of the .ina: mass of th.' intelligent
opinion of this country. He was not
a House of Lords man, but he was a
Second Chamber man."
And he wont, on to make it pretty
clear that if he were (ree to choose
he would not be a member of the
Second Chamber, but of the first.
People seemed to forget that riievari
majority of the lords were members
of the upper house not by any act or
volition of iheir own but "by the accident of succession and the Law of
the constitution."
The present popular feeling againsi
the lords, he believed, was fhe retribution which overtook them on account of the'ir subservience to the
Tory government which went out "f
oflice two yeArs ago, "1 think." be
said, "thai the House of Lords is suffering in popular reputation not for
what it bas done, but for what ii has
lefl undone; uol for fulfilling its functions of legitimate criticism now bit!
for having abdicated them during ilie
last ten years. If it had always been
a chamber of revision and correction
it would stand infinitely higher in es- i
teem  than  it does."
llis policy therefore was to men.'.
the House of Lords, not to end it.
"He firmly believed that the natioi
<K��Uld not submit to he governed by
i stogie Chamber, and he was equally
���certain that the nation would demaniI
that the Second Chamber or other
Chamber should place itself in ha.'-;
moflv with the changed conditions
w$0*Sh hie', come into existence."
,i. ril IE is hereb;   gi .<���:. I i the cl-
citj   el  N'".n   v. i stmifl-
.,.���:. thai l require the presence of the
said  electors at   tlle  City  hall, em
Monday, the 2nd day of December,
L907, at 11 o'clo< k. a. m., for the pur-
epose of elei tin , a Maj or and two
School Trustees tor the year L908,
and at L2 o'clock noon of the sam i
day, for the purpose nf electing Beve*i
persona as Al lermen for the said yea.-
of 1908.
The mode of nomination shall Ee as
follows: Each candidate shall be ;iom-
Inated in writing; the writing shall be
subscribed by two persons as proposer
and seconder, who shall be duly qualified electors anil residents in the city:
and such nomination paper shall ion-
tain a statement Bigned bj the person nominated, that he consents '. i
such nominal ion. The nomination
papers shall be delivered to the R -
turning Officer at anj time between
the dale of this notice anel tin the
case' of Mayor and School Trustees)
ri. ii<><tn of the 2nd day of December,
or (in the' case' ni Aldermen) l o'clock
p, in. of the same' ila...
In the e vein of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened em the
9th day of December, 1907, at 9ocl n .
a. in., and will remain open until 5 p.
m. of the same day, al the followins
pi iia s: The Council Ch imoer, t'i':
ball; the Fire hall, Sapperton; and at
the Light station, Tenth str let.
Of which every person Is i-equired
tee lake notice and govern himself ac
cor liiieriy.
Civen under my hand at"tiie City
hall, New Westminster, tho 22nd day
of November, 1907,
W.  A. DUNCAN,
Returning Officer.
pOOKSLEY'S
NOTICE.
After December 1st. 19C7. tl; ���
blanches of the undersigned Hanks
in New Westminster, B. O, will not
open for ouslness on Saturday ew
nlngs,
BANK OF MONTREAL,
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE,
ROYAL HANK OF CANADA,
NORTHERN HANK.
HORAC
LICENSE  NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given thai I intend lo apply at the nexi sitting Of
the Licensing Hoard for the City of
New Westminster, for a renewal of
license to sell liquors b.v retail on th ���
premises known as the Windsor ll >
tei, situated on Columbia street.
P. O.  BILODEAU.
New Westminster, Nov.  11, 1907.
Signs Painted
Anywhere
NOTICE.���Koyal City Sign Works
hive removed t<> Fourth Street, city,
back of Guichon   Hotel.
.IAS.   PENNINGTON  and
ROBT.   RICHARDSON,
Proprietors.
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia St.,   Next  Tram   Office
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS  BLOCK
The Northern Banl
Head Office, Winnipeg
SIR   DANIEL   McMILLAN.   Pres. J.   W.   DeC.   O'GRADY.  Gen  k|J
Authorized Capital, $6,000,000
Open for Business on Monday, November ill
248 Columbia Street, New Westminster
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of New Westminster und district
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
_HTAdvertise the  town  we live iu
mailing Picture Post Cards to
friends.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
Westminster Iron Works
GBNBRAL MACHINE aind d.N(iINK
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, UK11JUK. and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK
Ornamental   iron   Worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in
vited
CooWs
Restaurant
i        Cafe and
I       Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New ani
second - hand tables and supplies In
6tock.
A Western Institution
For Western People
Down in Quebec they seem to hav.'
rather curious notions about law,    A
receni dispatch say., that a certain ac- j
cused person was found "not guilty"'
on the ground that certain other person's were just as guilty as he was!
lt appears that there is grave dac
ger of the recurrence of ihoss scene i
of horror  which  were caused by  th
great famine in India of some year3 |
ago.     The  failure of the  rains  his
caused  a  failure of    the crops, anl
where  millions  live    "from   hand    >
mouth," such a  failure means Buffering and death.   .Much as ive ol jeel I j
i..:. ; is oven unning this countrj, out
;-.. mpathj musl i e Btr mgly Btii red    :
...  able i onditii n of , eopl   < in-
I  ni -   ee. ihi' iiei'iiii'i b of iumger au
of ti ii ���   lng di   th th ough ro )
Bpecial omission or commis non i ���
iheir own, but bj th fa.lui of the
earth to > ield its increase.
They have a problem In municipt
finance down at the' i apital.    i lov mi-
ment  street,  which  ri tri"    principal
thoroughfare   as   we'll    as   .i.e'  great
street  for retail business, was pav'ri
some Ave years ago on a  "local im-j
provemenl" plan, the payments ���>!' the ;
property  holderi   to be    spread over
.en  yi'ai'a.    Now,  when about hall' tha
term has expired, the street wants pa-
\ ng more    than  it diel    in  the firs*!
place, and who is to pay the bill? Bv
the way, block   paving was adopted
and some one should    let the puldri
know,  as  a guide  to civic  bodies i'i
future paving enterprises, bow it happens that, after such a short time, the
pavement is full of holes.   Ib all wood
block  paving to be condemned or is
it.  only   that   this    particular  sample
was bad?
Beicourt's    Successor
Oltawa.    Nov.  22.���.1.  ft.  T, Uaron.
barrister, has accepted the candidacy
for Ottawa, vice Hon. N. A. Uelcourt,
appointed to the senate. |
Every description of Banking business transi :ti
Special Terms for Savings  Deposits
Correspondents in all parts of the world
Banking by mail a specialty
The Northern  Bank Is the  Only Canadian Bank WrJ
Its Head Office in the West
Get Established
Bu    a home now thai will net a profll of |500 or ri''"".    WE 11 Ail
|ue      uli a proposition.    New House on Fifth avenue, 7 rooms, ml
I'm.    Two lots each fit!xi:!2 feet.   You can sell one of these
$ii.".".   All we ask is $3700 for this property,   (lood terms, too
into i .
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY ��
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANfl
RYALL'S COUGH SYRUP
PRICE   50c
Money  Back  If  Not   Satisfactory.
 AT	
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
J.    HENLEY Westminster
Transfer Cj
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Ele.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tt\.  113. Office   Eighth  }.    ,_ei
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   8    c
���'fii- 'Phone IM        hwu rs*,]
Columbia  BV
Baggage delivered    j.i.>n.t"'J w]
part of tbe cltj
Light and Heavy Ilau
Offlon���Traei.   0<!D<"
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250   ���    -    Eighth Street
YOU   REQUIRE
NEW SUI
Come over and see ol
new Fall Patterns,
Dan STEW4
Next door Hotel A*��
VANCO LIVE*
WE ARENOT IN THE TRUST  .  -
And   can   save   you   50   per   cent      j |   J|]g   0fl(.fl[3l   COOtf J
of Vancouver.
on  a  SAFE or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO I j   J��p��"��" Labor contra?r'
.,��� brand f
Vancouver, 13. Q-
510 Richards St., l>h.me 21S
New Westminster
I_OX   bib. 23,
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NOV. 23.  1907
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Xhe Cash Stores
in
��� Gen
ier
''������I
on
ictei
ts
Three Days Sale
of Waists
This Sale should arouse unusual interest, in fact
e eXpect big crowds for the balance of the week,
���or we :ire placing on sale the newest and best
(assorted stocks you ever had the opportunity to
(pick from, along with delayed shipments which
fwere accepted at liberal discounts. We are
���actually offering for the balance of the week hundreds of garments at less than half value.
For convenience we divide them   into  Three
IBil!- Lots.	
At 75c.
I Ca   imen   ���    \\   ���    ���    ��� ���     .,, \  pretty wai
��� ' il   eu l pretty, In dark  an I llghl    pattern      .  "
.' , le ited fronl    ind dee                 I sizes. 34 1    i '���
 75e
At $1.50
��� ie i Cri am Lu itr i, \N ool  i la   im<  ���     ind .ri ea' i i   .
.'.������   �� ��� h ve tings, etc., all coloi    an I sizi 3 in thl    .
. monej to buj you. sto I   I       Ix months to com .
snk Wri
At $2.00
..' nd some n al il     ; iid  ���          ocial     For
Q   eei'   their eee  '      ,'     A'e    ���'���          . ll   '.       '1 .   ffl             -   .
.1 : ane ������ Silks, with fn
if allovi r lace                 ���        elow 1 u
uli   v fo    1 gn al Una] c'.ea   m ������    ;   	
thl    sale
_s,  new  Ci
velvets,  ft ���;-
i of mater-
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Another Sale
of Coats
Noi ti to get a winter's vti ar.
You'll bu    e ���      I less, and pick rro.n
as lai  e and   is handsome a range 0"
I gal tni '.' -   a    you ever  f' aste '
your ���   1 i  upon
At $8.75
\eu showe r; roof and heavj Import-
ed Tweed, in both dark and lighi
shades, ranging in price from $10.j0
to $15.00, tor   $8.73
more new Coats, in seven-eighths    and    :ii    lengths,     cut    In
.tyle, sold  regularly at $15.50 to $18.50,   Going now al $12.50
the girls along.   Wo have nol overlooked them    In this granl
uce,
.::<���!  Hats, all colors, clearing  at    7a:
and colored Wings ami Quills clearing;*! ...5c, 10c and 23c
������������������������������������������������������������������������<
�����������������������������������������
T. H.  SMITH
:": wwmm ybyy;z%bybcby..-y 'i-
Builders   and   Contractors
;i;_
For Sale at a Bargain,
Carload of Shingles, $2.20 per M. I
F. O. B.  Westminster
McLEOD, MARK & CO. j
The Farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster j
i " ��������� ".  ",.���'���>-_,.".."..���'. "_.��...'..i.._.ii .",_....���-,..���,-������..���'....,,...,.._......... ;,':-,'::,^VV:,'ri,'-::'^:''-::'':;]^;''ri.'i,-.;';:;'',::":;^::;[;; .
""'""���""'""���r'"""""'.^
fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
Telephone 132.
One  square
iiM.-ri   house.
eiui.o  $50,
at
Todd's
Mrs A. o. sc vena, of Alluvia, ri in
lown visiting at the home oi Mrs. L-
G. McKam, of Ash Btreet.
Buy at tine Wesi. End grocer) and
receive coupons for the tree library.**
A Royal Bank of Canada bank book
wa-  picked    up a',  tine    city  mark >t
erdaj   morning.    The ow n ir may
obtain poseSesBlon of the same by applying to the chief of police.
For your Xmas Pudding and inin.-;e
meat, fresh raisins, currants ami peels
��� ei Kyle & Seins, Home 'e: Plenty, -.">>
Front street. **
The subjects for sermons al the OU-
rei Baptist church tomorrow will be'
v rnlng,  "Bye  Guidance";    evening,
rhe Man Who's Afraid."   The.  Re/.
M. I.. Rugg, D D., will officiate 01
occasions.
For cut flowers, Douijuets or fun-
eral designs telephone T. buries &
Son, 1',. 208 ��**
A in- ��� ting of rie' exec itiv<  ol  th
Llbei al       oclai lon   was   held      -"<"���-
...    a i a.- e ommh '������������ roo
when  roul ine     isiness   \-   -   trai   i
ed,  anl    . lans   for    th      future  di >���
ed.
Brea i ;ei five cents , er loaf Turn-
bull s bakerj. Foui th and i lol imbia. *
Four* lots 'en    Secon I    Street, $675
White, Shiles A; Co.,    260 Col- j
������in la St., 'Phone s". **
A pro] osil am to form i bugle band
imong ihe meml ers of A an I li c im
panies, Sixih regiment, D. C 0. it.
will shur;ly assume definite shape,
ainl an official ordei app dntlng th ���
an Ismi ie .rill 11 .���'. ��� e iss ;��� ���; In
course ol   ..������ n  si  tw    w e   -.
Fruil ranch ol 10 acres nIthin :'~
miles  of  Westminster of  Vancouver,
��� rail or boat. Annual nei returns
S2500; iu centre of good fruit growing
listrict.   Prii ����� $5   \v itt & Hy i- .
next Guichon hotel, Nev. Westminster, B, ('. **
on  T mrs la.,   nigh , as    a   re uli    iit
Which   S im   Nii h illj    :-   |. in-    .
polnl  ol death.    A de_>cription ol      ���   i
man wanted was lefl for the guldanc
of the cit) police, wno are now on th
lookout    for   the   suspect.
Jusi opened tor business���the Wen-
End restaurant. Everything new anel
bright;   good   bill  of  fare,  by  Neshi-
nuira. ***
to smuggle himse
For attemptlu
Into the United States, a Chinaman
was arrested at Blaine a few days ag i
and arraigned tor trial before Captain
Pittendrigh yesterday morning. The
evidence was unsatisfactory, and h
conviction was qoi arrived at, but tho
magistrate decided to hold the Cbttk
for further Investigation. it is rumored thai ei systematic smuggling of
11: .��� ntals into ti e Unit" I States fro a
i Ven i 11 ha. been going on for wme
monl hs.
New 6-room house, with hath and
Bush closet; lot 66x132; lane in rear;
ni ar Queen's park. Price $2,10 I;
tern Abbott .v Hyd m xl Guichon
io!  ,   New Westmlnste .  B. C
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DON'T GET
WET
When you can keep dry
with one of our	
DEPENDABLE RAIN
COATS
:
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Cravenettes at - $10, $12.50, $15 to $25
Mackintoshes at ��� ��� $8, $12, $15 to $22
Black Rubber, ��� - $3.50 and $5.50
Boy's Black Rubber - - - $2.75
Oil Coats and Pants in great variety.
See our window for Girl's Blouse Suits.
Xotie e s ri :. .      ed b) lhe' < :      *
e lerk '. bat he is pn ared to iei , I
nominal ions for mayor, . men and
school trustees up till n o'clock on
Monday, December 'ri and that Vne election, if one be necessary, will be |
���en the Monday following. The
noiice points out that a mayor, sevei
aldermen and two school trustees will
be required to till the civic c6mpl"-i
ment  for next year.     Trustees T. rii ~~"��� =
Trapp and I'. Pe ebles are the two "-l  ��������������������������������
tiring members of the school board.      4>
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���
H.L.DeBECK,
THE CLOTHIER
Opposite Post Office. New Westminster, B. C.
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A re sidi te- 'e, 'hi - ( 2 . M', Why-
man, has ��� en granted tli i ivileg ���
of using w al er fi om Bertraud cn ���
which runs thi mgh his f irm In Lan ;���
ley, A rec I el three Inches wa��
gf inted It} Governmenl Vgi nl C, ('
Plsher s esti rday.
Salmon,
Son's.
ci nt ��� per tin at  K. I
A basket! all match was arranged to
be played last evening at Columbian
college between the college inte m ���
dlates ami the.' Vancouver Y. M. C. A.
intermediates, but for some reason the I
Y. M. C. A. boys failed to put in an
appearance, and th.e match had to be
cancelled.
Hotel, boarding house keepers, and
others: $10 reward recovery oval toy
yellowish, tne,Mum sizeel trunk-, well
roiied white' cord; c-irdboard tag one
end, "J. H. Wolverton, Vancouver,"
be torn off; also faintly markel
It" eerts vm lid near lock. Apply offi ��� ��� this paper.
Ernie La Croix, a half-breed lad, ".'
��� ee; age, waa yesterday afternoon
apprehended by the city police, charged with stealing fruit from the li. C.
E, R freigul sheds. T.iese petty
< have been getting altogeth r
too quenl ol late, according to the
officials o fthe company, and for this
:e..-ein it was decided to make an ex
afflfrle of the flrst offender caught. La
Is bai | :.' d to I e the victim. The
lad has a police record, having been
previously chargeel with stealing and
cautioned as to his future conduct.
An accomplice who was with xhe a^
bused when the [olice arrived on tha
scene, managed to escape, but will
! likely find his way to the lockup be-
i fore today is over.
FOR SALE.....
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Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
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Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333  1
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X Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
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X Will  be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
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SIPPRELL,
One small organ    $13.
Todd's music house.
snap, at
One English upright piano,
Todd's music house-
$40,  at
***
1
A report of the annual meeting of
tbe Women's Missionary society, held
at Sapperton on Thursday afternoon
was brought to this office yesterday.
Had this reached the News office on
Thursday evening, it would have be?n
���     ��� published in full, but as it is twodays'
old, only a condensed account of the
meeting  is  given.      Queen's   Avenue
Women's auxiliary leads in member-
i ship.  With  ."ef  names enrolled on tho
i list:   the  West  End  Methodist circle
has the best financial showing;  while
: the Ladner Silver Mission band gave
| the best report.    The sum of Jlvi"1
[ is being set aside for an Indian girls'
"Don't Tell My Wife" was again '.'������   boarding school at Kltlmat,while $lf>,
peated at the Opera house yesterday    , ;s being granted  nctoria for tha
evening In the presence of an  ippre-i ,uiiaing of a new Chinese girls'home,
clatlve au Hence, and  the buci    - of
Principal
>>����������������������������<
,1. .1. Ashfcon, principal of the Sapperton school, has decided to sever
his connection with the teaching profession at the ond of the present term-
Mr. Ashton had been connected with
ihe Sapperton school for many years.
He has not yet decided what his next)
step will be.
Fresh leg-, shelled almonds and walnuts, at the House of Good Cheer.
Kyle &  Pons, **
Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIAL TY
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
4 ������������������������< ������������������������������O *������*����������*������*���*< �������������������������������������������������
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
the- previous evening w is duplic itei.
\,i,.r the performance, the entire
company repaired to Mrs, Cookri
where supper was Berved.
Tin' Thistles and the Westham Islanders, lhe two crick football teams
appearing in the B, C. Chail nge CU">
series, will come toother this afte"-
noon al Brockton point. V..: couvi r,
in .a regular schedul i match, .ri th'
present time', the teamsara ;ie%s in the
running, which makes it probable that
today'3 contest will be strenuous.
The Rugby enthusiast! of the ciriv
will turn out this afternoon and irw
dulge in a practice game al Q'.i.'iri
���park, commencing promptly at two
i'riock. The Rugby club was recently organized with bul a tew playera
in sight, bul tha numbers have been
gradually Increasing until at the pre
ent time the club can muster out two
teams for practice.
The free library contest closes on
lanuary ril, and we would remini
'hose Interested that the West En<l
grocery is the only grocery where
Otes can be had.
Thre'
for ri.
Jl.    At
pounds best creamery butter
Three doz. best case eggs for
the Home of Plenty. **
Mr. Employer
. i
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Seldom Indeed does a professional
Impersonator attain the high dramatic skill with which Newton Beers, the
talented monologue artist, is flftel.
Bi fore au audience which complete'y
filled the Oddfellows' hall, and which
included a large number of people who
.lid not belong tn that fraternal .uric
; Mr. Beers yesterday evening rendered
: a narration of scenes in the' lives of
David anl Jonathan, delineating with
rare mimetic skill tha different chftr.
acters which entered into the action
of the play. Spellbound from start to
i finish he held his audience, his finely
! modulated voice vibrating with vary-
lng emotions as he proceeded with iiv
thrilling Biblical narrative leading hp
to the Covenant of Friendship, Lo"e
and Truth entered into by the two
young men. Mr. Beers was warm1:'
applauded at the close of his dramatic
characterization, and was complimented on behalf of the lo_\il Oddfellow's
by Bro. IX Iri MacKenzie, P, ri. M,
P. G, H.
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::     ::     ::     ::
Detective Jackson, of the Vancouver
;olice force, was in the city yesterelay
on the trail of a man who is wanted
oa suspicion of being implicated '���')
a Stabling affray cn Alexander street
An in'.'riestiug lecture "Prom Beth-
lehi'm to Calvary" will be given in thc
dalvation Army barracks, Monday eve-
by Commission er Coombs, who la
his way west from Winnipeg
Sing by
ow oa
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
II
ri. 5PAGE 8DC
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.  Nov
23. ; J
$10,000 WANTED
ON THE MARKET
To Be Sold in Seven Days
Saturday, Nov. 23rd to Saturday, Nov. 30th
Entire Stock Must Be Sold
$10,000 of good honest goods.   Every garment guaranteed absolutely satisfactory by maker and seller.
Nothing whatever is exempted from the knife.   The reputation of this firm for handling-
nothing but the best is well known.
REMEMBER-This will be the greatest Sale of merchandise ever
conducted in New Westminster
Our offerings are such that no matter what the weather conditions, yon musi and will be here to get early selection.
DON'T MISS IT���There WiU be a crowd, but you will be jostle.!
iby pleased and good nature 1 people.
NO   RESERVt!    .EVERYTHING   MUST GO!
SEVEN  DAYS ONLY.
REMEMBER THE  DATE-        SHOP  EARLY-
Store open every mornincj at nine o'clock.
LOOK FOR THE RED TICKETS���THEY   MARK THE
MONEY SAVERS.
Sensational Values in Men's Clothing
Remember that you can buy Clothing during the SEVEN DAYS'
SALE for less than cost of r-iw material. Any suit or garment
may be taken out on approval, and if not satisfactory in every
way may be returned and exchanged for the money.
SHIRTS
Our Whole Stock of Fine Dress Shirts all  Sacrificed
at 90c each
Fine Dark Cotton  Working Smrts, at   55c eac'i
Excellent Oxford Shirts,  at    45c each
All our Flannel Working Shirts, al  95c each
Film Negligee Shirts, collar attached, al  85c each
SUITS
.Akn's Fine Canadian  Tweed or Worsted SUITS, well set up in
every way;    padded shoulder;    elegantly lineal and trimmed; all
sizes.    Sacrificed at     $5.3",
Men's  Fine Scotch   Tweed  or Worsieri    SUITS,    band-moulded
collars and    shoulders;     very newest   cut;     lined    with    XXX
serge;      double  waistee];      worth   double    $6ri5
.Men's Fine Tailored SUITS, of importi i  Tweed  and    Worsted;
slightly American pattern    $9.7")
.Men's Fine Imported Worsted  $11.35
MENS ODD PANTS
Men's Canadian Tweed.    Sacrificed   at    $1.15
Men's   Scotch Tweed.    Sacrificed   al    $1.-15
Men's Imported Tweeds.    Sacrificed al    ! $2-15
Men's Fancy English Worsteds, sacrificed al    $2.c>3
BOYS' SUITS
Hoy.,'  SUITS, size's  22 to  33 $2.75   up
BOYS' ODD PANTS
Hoys'  O bl   PA NTS, size-.-   tri  ' > 33    55c  up
SWEATERS
Men's Oxford  Grey SWEATERS, at       $1.43
M  n's  Heavy Navy and  Blacl; SWEATERS, at      9(ri
UNDERWEAR
Striped   Union   UNDERWEAR, al    45c  each
Plain  Union  UNDERWEAR, ol 55c eacn
Fine Scotland Wool   UNDERWEAR, at   65c each
Fin.'  Lamb's   Wool  UNDERWEAR, al    85c each
Penman's  High Grade  Unshrbikable UNDERWEAR, al .. .$1.10 eac'i
HOSE
Men's  Heavy  Won!  HOSE, 2    .,..���   for    25;
Men's Heavy  Woo] HOSE, 2  pairs  for   35c
Men's Heavy  Wool  HOSE 20c  per pair
M n's Extra  Heavy Wool HpSE, 2 pairs for  55r
Men's Fine Black Cashmere tfOS '. 2 pairs for   33c
Men's Fim' Heather .Mixture. 1 pairs  for    $1.00
HATS
$1.4'.
,$1.95
MEN'S HATS KNOCKED FLAT.
100 Men's Fedora ami Dipp Froi HATS, sacrificed al
High Grade American and English HATS, al   	
Hard   and   Soft,
HANDKERCHIEFS
White Hemmed HANDKERCHIEFS   5c each
While Narrow and Wide Hemstitched  HANDKERCHIEFS.. 10c each
The Whole of This Establishment One Blaze of
Electrifying Bargains
OUR GUARANTEE
We assure each and every person absolute satisfaction, We guar-
ai e ,��� every garment, every si itemenl here made, and will take hack
exchange or refund the money on any purchase not satisfactory for
any reason whatever,    Everything marked in plain figures,
No Juggling with Prices
One Price to All
This is Not a Sale for any Particular
Member of a Family
Vou will lind here unheard of Bargains for mothers, for father?,
for oung ladies, for hoys and girls. During these seven 'lays everything will be purchaseable at prices which cannol bo duplical id,
Westminster will be stirred from centre to circumference, and lh
gigantic seven elays' suh. will 1 ring to a rustling finish with which
wind ni values, the egreatesl turnover of merchandise Urn has over
heen Inlel  iii  ihe Province of British Columbia,
AN IMPOSSIBILITY
'Ti.- an impossibility to mention everything for sale during thi
seven days;    hundreds of art'oles thai have been overlooked ln wi
Ing ihis ndvertlsemenl  will nol  be    overlooked    when ii    come
marking them down;   and pro 0 ably though  the article you  wan:
nol mentioned here, ii will be found   waiting    you during the bi
a I   a
Price which will Greatly Surprise You.
This Store Is a Gold Mine where Every Man can Make a Strike
We have gone to considerable expense and trouble preparing and advertising this Great Sale. Remember
you'll get everything advertised, and more, but as we expect some heavy selling, our advice is to shop early.
Don't wait until the articles you want are sold.   We anticipate the heaviest 7 clays' sale ever experienced in
the Province of British Columbia.   There are bargains for every man or boy.
WM
^���^ ^Li^^
ING
Corner Columbia and Be��bie Streets iRDAY.
N0V. 23.  1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAtiE   SEVEN
Timber Notices
New   Westminster
UAND REGISTRY
Land   District.
District of  New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE  thai   ,:.....     r.   ,
��'Hammond, B, c. oi lah,
ipplication .ea   . wen ,,   to  ,, p    tor a Bpecial ���
���  : Joseph Tays as j HCe'iM..   ,-, ?,-..���   nu.  ].,_;,,
.. under a Tax   land.--:    h. xew We
.      I'-   iK-r  lee dee. CJ,!,     I'-.I., lile-1,     ���.:    ...   ���,.���,,    j,,.....^,
the 16th day of'No-   aorth easl cornei ol rimber Limit No.
.   ,,: all and singu    B663,  New  Westminster Dist., tnence
a   ,i or tract of lan I   aouth 80 chains, ,.        i :il.,.Ul
lying and being ' 88 chains, anei weB\ s,, chains, to poini
>,���,.  Westminster,  of commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per ll. s. Por
October I, 190'.
:   ���
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British Columhia,
known and il. scrib-
5, subdivision of
loci
|       e.i
.,���,! ,    i oi you are required
dm of tii<' tax pur-
ine. days from the
publication of thia
i thei wise I shall r ���-���.-
ow ner thereof in
��� ��� ,. direct that publi-
I     lee:   One   lllelllth   Kl
p i illshi el at New
���    i an I sufflcl-
Ri gistry Oflice,
, p ivlnce of I! ll b
ill  day of  October,
Hammond, B, C,  ip ���     5
������ads  t .  apply  tor  a  spec! il
llcen      over    the    following
��� ��� i Hbed lands:
Commencing  at  a posl I al
the Boatli-wesl corner of location No.
���'.! four mih ^ i iuth ��� astei ly
��� i om Gillis baj. Texada Island, i hence
easl to lo< ation Nee. 8, thence Bouth
���' Lol 235, thence nvs' an I souib
along the boundary of the aaid Lol 2 13
to the shore, thence westerlj anil i
noi I herly to the poinl of c imm ���
ment.
HARRIET PORD.
November 1,  1907.
TAKE  NOTICE    ;.i I    Ki**"h* J person   ol  wh shall
: in:
���  at th
ich        .;   ition
.1. I). KENNEDY,
Soil ll     i.e:  Margaret R. Whyte, i \
cutrlx as   ifori   iri.
DaU I  the   ith day    ot    Noveml	
1907.
I  *
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Synopses     of    Canad,an     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
ee ���
���.'
5.    TAKE   NOTICE    thai     Harriet
���  .    Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupation
-��� TAKE    NOTICE    tn.it    Harriet  lady'  i"u'"ll's '" ai'l)1>   f"-'  '���'  special
Pord, of Hammond, occupation lady,11 mber  licenBe    over    ,;'"'   following
Inten Is to apply tor a Bpecial titt .���.   '''   'lii''''1 land8:
license over  the  following  de ���,���,������'.������ i      Commencing at   a   posl   planted a-
��� he  north-easl   corner of  Sectl in
I
occupation lady,
a special titt ei
following described
lamls e.n Texada Island. Commencing
at a post planted al the Bouth wes
corner of lol 15, thence Bouth 80
chains easl SO chains, north .0 chains,
an I wesl 0 ca tins to poinl of oom
menci ment.
II NKI.IKT FORD,
Per S. H   fee; i.   Vge.i
11 tober   i    i ' '7
four  miles    south eat terlj     of
fllllls 'eee. Texada Island, I hem e i'i'
. .ie-  south, thence   10 >ri ilu    > a*t,
ce  160 chains north,    thenci    10
��� . tins  wesl   in  polnl  of    comn ���
-.-
HARRIET  FORD.
November  I,  1907.
TAKE  NOTICE
thai     Hai
ri  B.   KEITH,
Dii  : ' i  Registrar.
-
.an; ic ',
; trough or nn ler
��� aiming any ln-
vii't'ic of any
at, .mi all peril eresl    in   . ai:
��� '.       .,-V       IV 1<'       IS       III   I
prO. IS een-,   Of   I ll'
Ki i," shall I <��� forever
!    from setting
re :������ cl ol the
or taxes as provided
tl .   Ai"
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
. Ford, of  i! immond
Intends to applj
License over tbe
lands.
Commeni        d
occupation  lad;
toi   a    p ll ; :] Tim
follow lng desci I ���  .
a   ;.'>.:  planted  a*
���   of bloi ;. 2, subdh
of section 30, block  5,
New Wesl minst< .
��� i    proof ol  the   ee-.
tl a- nun   ������:   13979 a,
In tin     ime of Frederick Wil-
.'��� en   filed    In this
tho south wesl corner of Timber Limit 9828, thence nm sl 80 chain s,   lorth
SO  chain.-,  e ,.-;   \,i  chains, .ind   aoutn
80 chains to point of commi n< ement,
Octtber I, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. ll. Ford, agi nt.
I . T \KK NOTICE thai Hani. :
Foi I, ee; ii min on I, occupation lad;.
Inten Is to app| :. f ir a Bpecial Timbei
I.ieen e over th following d< scribed
lands on Ti xada isl   .\
Commencing al   a  posi   planted  a!
���: ���     mth easl corner of Timber Limit  No.  9828, thence  south  v > c"na a
wesl 50 e hain i, north 80 chains, and
easl sn chains, I i polnl of commi nce
ment,
HARRIET FORD,
Per s. ii. Ford, agent.
October I, L907.
6.     TAKE   NOTICE
ol  H  niniond, B. C
lady,  Intend    I    ap
timbei
���   ���
i lornine . anl
��� irner ee. Section 7,
Any even numbered section uf Da
minion lamls in Manitoba, Saskatch
ewan and Alberta, excepting 6 and
nol reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who Is the sole bead of a
family, <>r any male over ri years of
age, to tbe extent of one-quarter ��ec-
' tion of 160 acres, mure <>r less,
Application for entry musi i ���
made In person by the applicant al
v. Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agencj tor Lin.' districl In which tbe
land Is situate. Entrj a proxy may,
.. ��� vevei. be made al an agency on
��� rtaln < ondltions bj the father, moth-
; er, son, daughter, brother or i Ister of
an intending homesti a ler.
The homesteader Is rejutred to perform the homestead duties under one
'   ' "' ��� '; oi the following plans:
���'  "���'' '���']      rii    ai u-ast six months' residence
follofl in :
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'b  a ii- *y
'6 U'-i L-.-JJj
upon  and  cultivation of the land  In
each .    tr for three yeai ,
i.i    \ bomestea ler m iy, If be bo
;"   desires, .perform the    required   resi-
1 ' '   "' haIf a ml1' " ,-'!:'   dence  duties   by  Living  on    farming
ol   i.. ea;.   Texa la   lsl ind
' asl    " chains, ihem e noi th 80 ch
I chain,   thei ce sou
iO ch        tee polnl of ������ ommencement. ���
H VRRIET FORD,
November   I,  1907.
7.    TAK,.  NOTICE    thai    Harrlel J
I  ii I, i-:' I [amnion i. B. ('., oci    eeatloi-
!���!...   Inti nds   to apply   for  a   spei '. '
timber Iii ��� nse over the follow Ing desci   ed 1 inds:
i' immencin ���  it a post plan!   I abou
10 chains north <ef the south-easl cor-!
S out  a   half  mi! ���
1 ��� ��� ee','.neai solely by him, nol less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Joinl
ownei hip in land will not meet this
requirement.
i'ii If the father (or mothi r, If the
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
flas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon homestead entered for by him
in the' v.e'ii Ity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with tlie tather  (or mother).
i li    The term "vicinity'' in the two
The place Tto  buy your   Furniture at cash prices on
the easy payment plan without interest
or'extra charge
Max Freed furniture Co.
62 & 64 Hastings Sf, West, Vancouver, B. C.
Complete   House   Furnishers
All   orders   promptly   executed',  carefully packed free of charge.
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uorth        '.. ..      ay, tb--nce SO < hains
north   thence ������������ ienc3  preceding  paragraphs  is  defined    as
sn  clu,ins Bouth,    thence    So chains meaning not more than nine miles in
easl   to ] oint of commi -.. ��� ment,
HARRIET FORD.
November 1. 1907.
��� ���  i iy given thai  1 sha,I
;. 'ef one month from
Iti ���   ��� ,i 31 publication her ���-
I ati  of the e&aid cei
��� .������ ia- ;i in i in.' valid
to me   a wr.i   .
C. S.  KKITH.
D      ct Ri glstrar of Titles
office,  New   Westmln-
B. C   3i pt, 16, 1907.
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
5.     TAKE   N'OTICK    that     llairi.i
Pord,  of  Hammond, occupation  lady,
intends tei apply for a special Timber
license over the  following  described [j^-
1 inds.
Commencing al a   epost   planted  at
the south easl corner of Timber Limit
No, 9827, thence south 80 chains, wesl
80 chains, north 80 chains, and east
so chains, tei point of commencement
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. II. Ford, Agent
October  I. 1907.
F 9 (inclusive) of a por-. '
M, Group I. Map  lin, New'     8'    TAKB     N'0TICE    thal     Ha"let
II , ��� . Furl, nf Hammond. B, ('.. occcupation
Inrtv    Int-anda   In   nnnlv   fnr   n   BnpHftl ]**>-& by post prepaid, Or deliver to th
f ���    of the' loss  of Cer-' ' ������������������ ��� ��� " '���'���       . -.   .
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
riii;  MATTER    of tlie   Es  tte i f
Alexander  Ewen,  late of th    Cil
of  New  Westminster,   British  Columbia, eli'c. ased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
��� suant to the Revisi I Statu es of Bi ll
ish Columbia, Chapter 187, that all
|creditors and others having claims
against the Estate of Alexander Ewen,
'who died on or about the sth day uf
iJuly, 1307. are required on or before
Ithe   loth  day of    December.  1907,  lo
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed In the
measurement.
(5) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or en farming land owned bj him self musi notify the agen:
tor the district of such intent ieen.
Six months' notice in writing musi
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. li.���'Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
if Ti:" Number 16715a, issued
���     :   Peter  Latham,    bas
.  ��� office.
���    ��� .���:���  given thai  1 shai:
'v    dion  of one  month   from
\   "' the tirst publication here-
duplicate of the saiel cer-
- In the meantime valid
"n be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
'        ' Registrar of Titles,
:������ Offlce, New Westmin-
''  Oi ���  24, i:.i_7.
LAND    ACT.
Form  of Notice.
61   Land   District.   Dis-
; New Westminster, B, C.
ial .lam.'s Sharpe, of
ler,  B,  C, occupation
i;':""'ri   in apply  for fl
ense ovi r the follow-
anda: ���
H  a  post  planted on
"i Twenty-fire    Mile
lwo miles from the Lil-
'hence Bast forty chaina,
' '������' Ired 'imi sixty chains,
North one hundred
UMS    to   point,   of   com-
to ut.
i \MKS SHARPE.
''"'' 10, 1907.
license  over  the  following  described undersigned, their Christian and sur-
lands on Texada Island. ' names, addresses'and    descriptions;
Commencing at  a  post  planted  at the full parUculars of their claims, da-1
the south easl corner of Timber Limit ^ verified; the statement of their ac-
No. 9826, thence south Sh chains, west |C<)U1U
If any, held by tnem, and
and the nature of the security
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SO chains,  nortb  80  chains, and east '
SO chains, to point of commencement, j    FURTHER TAKE NOTICE thai af-
HARRIET FORD,    Iter such last mentiontd date the ex-
Per S. H. Ford, Agent,   ecutoi-s, John   Hendry  ami    Jeiha  il.
October 4.  1907. j Jardine, will proceed to distribute the
���������������^��������������� J assets of tiie deceased among the par-
i     Tvk-i.'    votht    tint    Harriet ' ties  entitled thereto,  having    regard
l.   takk   .NOiich   that   Harriet Department and on application to Wl
..\.-,l     ,,(���    [T_emmnn_l     ri     ('     _ir>f invnt Ion    Oil  V   to   tie  ('llllllS  Of   Which   tlie\   Sil.Ill '
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupation       ��� ���       Henderson, Esq., Resident Arch
lady,   intends   to apply tor a special then  lune notice,  ami that  tne said
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Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
SEALED   TENDERS    addressed to
i the under signed, and endorsed "Tender tor Detention Building.    Victoria, I jjjj
B- C.," will be received at this office j ���
I until    Monday,    Decemher 2, 1907, iu-1 fi
I cluslvely, for the construction of a De-   *
|tention Building at Victoria. B. C.
Plans and specification can be seen
md forms of tender obtained at this I
LARD
At* Low Prices for Cash
20 pound Pail    $2.GO
10 pound Tin    $1.35
5 pound Tin   70
3  pound  Tin    40
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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���  nher license ov, r the following des-1 executors will not be liable    for tho lte^ Victoria B.C.
(���..|ie    iailda. aaid assets or any part thereof to anv j    Persona tendering are notified tint
Commencing at a  post  planted  at!Person or persons of whose claims no-1 tender
eas, corner of lol 235, B6uth  "ce shall not have heen received I
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ealt'of Oilli'B   iu>,   thence   east CO them al the time of such distribu lon
chains,    thence   Bouth   to the shore,      DATED al   New Westminster,  this
thence westerly along ten' shore to lo'   6th day of November, 1907.
i-AND    ACT.
Fcjr'ii   of  Notice.
f     l!i;" ter, l.and District, Dls
cl ,,f New Westminster
',n��tlco that .lame
'     !e'llillS|lTi    |(      Q
man.    intends  to
timber lice
lini"d lands:-
lenclng at
's'   hank
23B, them asl and
boundarj   of Lol  -���'���"
commencement,
November I, 1907
norlh along the
15, to the iolnt "f
HARRIET FORD
MARTIN  &   McQUARRIE,
Solicitors    tor    John   Hen Iry and
John li. Jardine, i xecutors of th ���
said  Estate,
NOTICE  TO   CREDITORS.
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2, TAKE NOTICE thai Harriot
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupation
Lady, Intends to apply for -.-. sp clal
timl ' r license over the following di i-
cribed lamls.
Commi ncing a| a posl planted a
the south east corner of section 22,
ahout five miles south easl of Gilli'3
Hay,   Tex.ula   Island, thence   BOUth   811
chains, thence cast 80 chains, thenoe |
north 80 chains, thence wast sn ciiains
to i oinl of commencement.
HARRIET KOUD.
IN   THE  MATTER  of the   Estate  of
John Connal  Whyle. Late of the cit.
of New   Westminster,   British  Col
umbia, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to lie' Revised Statutes e f Brit
lai Columbia, Chapter 187, that all
creditors and others having claim.
again.-: the estate of the said Johp
Connal Whyte. who died on or abo il
lhe Oth day of October, 1907, aro ie-
B. C.
Sharpe, of
occupation,
ipply  for  a
nse over ihe follow-
N'oveni'ier  1,   L907.
quired on or
before thf
ith  dav
will not be considered unless  ���
j mad.'on the    printed    form   supplied,
'ami  signed  with    their    actual    sign-
I attires.
Bach tender must  be accompanied
i by an accepted cheque on a chartered
I bank, made   payable to the order   of
the Honourable the Minister of Public
I Works, equal to tern per cent (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender,    which
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline   to enter   Into a contract
when called upon to do bo, or If he
fall to complete' the work contracted
for.   If the temler be not accepted the
, i heque w illi be return 'el.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED, GELINAS,
Secretary,
lepartmenl of Public Works,
Ottawa. November 2. 1907.
Newspapers will not he paid for this
They are Perfectly Waterproof
VOU TAKE NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT."
For over fifty years the name of DICK has heen a household word
special    process
In the Old Country for Waterproof   Boots.     Their
renders the sole leather perfectly and    permanently
spies adding doubly to its wearing qualities.
These we specially recommend for the wet weather:
Prices���Ladies, from  $2.75 to $4.ri0. Youths. $2.00
Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, $2.75.
Waterproof, h
:e-
! The Old Country Boot Store,  -   Columbia St.
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J.   STEWART,    Proprietor ^
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i  post  planted  on
Of   Twenty-rive   Mile
!���""���" lw" >>'"es from the Lil-
":' thence West forty chains,
.'"   '"""Ired and sixty cliains,
:halnse North one hundred
cha,D��   to point    of com-
:>or in,  l807
���'AMES SHARPB,
''ISE  IX
THE DAILY NEWS
:;. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B, C, occupation
lady, intends to apply for a speck'l
limber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at.
the south-east corner of Section 22,
and about live miles south-east of
Cillis bay, Texada Island, thence 60
chains south, thence west to tho
shore, thence nori herly along the
shore to the south line of Section 19,
Ihence east to the point of commencement.
HARRIET FOHD.
November  1.  1907,
i November, 1907, to send by post, pro-
paid, or* deliver to the un lersiguel,
their Christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions; the full particulars of their claims duly verified; the
statement of their account and thj nature of the security, if any, held by
them;  and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that i.f-
ter such last mentioned date the ix-
ecutrix, Margaret R. Whyte, w.'H proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled
thereto, having regard only to t.'.ie
claims of which she shall then have
notice, and that the said executrix
wm not he liable for the said assets
or any part thereof to any person or
SEALED TENDERS ad Ire ssed lo
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for  l'iiieiic   Building,  Ladysmith,
B.  C," will  be  received  at   this office'
until  Wednesday.   Decemher  11,  11)07,
Inclusively, for the construction of .'
advertisement if they insert it without | pubU(J mmng .���   Ladysmlt]li B< C.
ruthority from the Department. j     p],_.... and BpeclfloatIon8 c.m le geen
ind forms of tender obtained at thia
| Department and on application to tho
Postmaster at Ladysmith, B. C.
"Tbe  Pioneer Limited"  St  Paul toi     Persons tendering are notified that
Chicago,  "Short  Line"  Omaha  toi lenders will not be considered unlesi
Chicago, "South    West    Limited"   made on the  printed  form supplied,
"The Milwaukee"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
��ervice not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S  ROWE. General Agent,
and   signed  with   their  actual   signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted chequp on a chartered
hank, made payable to the order of
tbe Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per cent (10
p. c.) of the amount of the tender,
which will be forfeited if the person
tract when called upon to do so, or if
he fail to complete the work contracted for. tf the lender be not accepted
the cheque will lie returned.
The Department does not hind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 13, 1907.
Newspapers wlll not be paid fortius
advertisement if they Insert  it  without authority from the Department.
ij4 THrd St.. cor Aider. Portland, Or.  tendering decline to enter into a con-
TAKE
The: White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. ��. i'AGE' KIGHi    ,./
w THE   DAILY   NWVVS.
SATURD
AY.
NOV
23 J
I
A New Subdivision
Just what a good many people have been waltln    for���
Mr. P. D. Bourke lias just authorized us to sell in lots a poi tion <��f hri
Twelftb street property, bordering i u Twelfth Btreet, Fifth avenue, "I'lii--
teenth street, an i a lane.
The property is all cleared, fenced, graded and In grass, and OtMDxnAnda
a charming view of the Delta and N irth Arm.
Heretofore this property could only be purchased as a whole, but now
separate bus can le bad at prices instilled by local conditions, and upon
i .   .   terms.
Plan of subdivision ;it out office.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
is prepared, packed and snipped
with every care, lt travels straight
to your table in absolute purity.
153
at ���' flue of $1 withe eet costs; and earnestly recommend the revocation ��>'
the complainant's (Dug Welsh) II-
��� a . as a liquor dealer in the town
of Ferndale, Wash."
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MARKET
REPORT
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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WRAPPING PAPER
PAPER BAGS
AND TWINE
GET   our  prices  ||
before buying  ��j
out of town.
ti
11 J. J. MAC KAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
THE BEST=
Cookers and Heaters
In Town, are to be
Purchased at : : :
BRYSON & SONS
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
Tel. 65
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone  105.
'.-*>x*>c*>o*>y ������:. *>���:. ���: ���,: ���������:: *>b *>���-.:*>������.. *>
There' was ne change ill tlle market
quotations yesterelay from the form  r
, week, with the possible exception of
tne price of pears, which dropped
down to 66 cents ami 17, cents a box.
The supply of produce was about equal to the call.    Trading on the whole
' was brisk.
Meats.
Heel' was again plentiful, and Hold
readily at s cents lor hindquarten,
and from 6 to b for forecjuartet".
Lamb and mutton was in good deman I
and with the supply short, prices we-'
firm at 11 anil 15 for Iamb, and from
12 to 13 for mutton. There was a fai,"
offering of veal, and the demand wa3
normal. Prices ranged from S to 2
cents for heavy carcasses, and about
11 cents for medium sized calve i,
Pork was an average supply, ami BOld
readily at from 9 to lu cents.
Fowls.
The weekly offering of fowls was
iliiite equal to the demand, which was
strong. Prices ran as high as $8.5 I
for fair fowls, while a poorer class
brought from $*t to $7.50. Gcod chickens sold as high as $6.50 a elozen, bu!
$.'> was an average price. The sin-
ply of chicken's was not large, anil th
demand was strong. Ducks were' ia
poor demand, ami those who hadTlrs.
class fowl for sale were obliged t '
dispose of their stock at prices ranging ahout $6.50 and $7 a dozen. Tie r ���
is a very good demand for good fowls
at th<' preseni time, and the demaal
will undoubtedly increase as the holidays draw closer.
Produce.
Kggs and   butter  were  an  average
supply and  prices  were normal.  Iri.-
brought  ',:,  cents  wholesale    anel   tis
high  as 60  cents  retail.    Putter  see' 1
j for 30 and':."> cents a pound.
Fruit.
Apples   are   still     in  good   deman1,
, and prices have an   upward tendency.
. The greate part o fthe stock yesterday sold at $1.25 a box, while a poor-
er class of goods realized about $1.00
a  box.    Pears were not in good de-
'��� manil.  ami prices    ran  as  low as iri
| cents a box.
Several  tons    of  potatoes  bropglil
i $is a ton, but there was a limited
market. The supply was not largP,
A large supply of onions broughl $2-75
I a sack.
The  clerical  and  store   Bl&ff of the
citj  electric light  departmenl yeste'
daj   moved  from the  building  which
they had occupied for a long time past
i on Tenth street, to a    recently co.v
; Btructed structure at the' rear, which
will be used until a suitable location
I can he secured.   John 11<��� i>l will shorf-
; ly move his blacksmithing establish-
! ment from Begble street to the place
vacated    by    the   electric light employees,  the  building having been re-
I fitted In order to he' in proper sha:"'
; for the conducting of    his business.
A new  ih Kir, new windows, and several other additions, have been put in
| ai   Mr. Reid's expense.
OFFICE
DIARIES
for
1908
AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Holiday Goods A rriving Daily
San  Francisco,   Nov.  22.���A    CfJ-bTs
flrklrl    NI��_tr>L-lotc     on_r] ' dispatch received in this city today by
vauiu liciKieis ana ,. and A, Browni coal lmporters. says
I  _r��_r��l_r_____te 'that  tne strike of coal miner- in  New
-L-OCKclS ' south  Wales has   heen  settled  at   all
See our stock of above before pur-   the colI>e"es except  the Helbtirn col-
eliasing ' ''er-v'    The men wi" return to wort:
Solid  Gold  NECKLETS   from  $2.73   nex<   Mouda>'-
to $77.00 each.
Solid Gold  LOCKETS from $2.50 to    BOTH   PARTIES   LOSE
$55.00 each. IN   LIQUOR   LIBEL  SUIT
We also  have Gold   BRACELETS; ! '������"
prices $650 to $75.00 each. ' .Bellingham, \,lv. 22.���in the crlm-
and    Gold    BROOCHES,    $1.50 to   'nal   Hbel  suit which elided  in Judge
$110.00 each. , WilliariS8' cour1 I'1'*' last night, the el-
  Itor of tl," Pern   iie Record, as well r.s
XXT      mT*       aT*l 1        !���       ""' '������01,1i'l;i.;"hl '   ��� i: ;"*s. Dug Welsl^
W. C. Chamberlin 'mi ' K n''
The
'Eclipse'
Bread
Maker
Simple in Construction
Perfect in Operation
Easiest to Clean
Will mix and
knead a batch of dough
thoroughly in three minutes without hands
touching the
dough.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
The vi rdicl is as
JUST ARRIVED
A fresh   stock of Raisins, Currants, Peels, Spices,
Shelled Almonds, Walnuts, etc., etc.
Also a shipment of China Crockery and Glassware
were found .in;
follows:
"We, the jar... ��ulj  Impaneled an.'
sworn.  And    the  de)fendan1  guilty
charged and we assea-Xhis punishmenl
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83-
\
pportunity
ADAMS & DEANS
The City Grocery.
---������~t
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8   A. M.    TO    11   P. M. As Usual
This is your opportunity to secure 30
acres of fine fruit laMid, half cleared, house
and barn, good orchard and small fruits
bearing. Handy to, mainline C. P. R. shipping point, also steanVDoat landing.
Good opportunity to secure a profit
producing fruit farm, at a reasonable price
and on easy terms.
For short time onlY
Price, |$2,500
Terms to be arranged f�� suit.
PZAL
STATE.
New Westminster
Chill iwack
Vancouver, B. C.
Week [nd Special
Evening Shades in Hosiery
Women's Plain Lisle Hose, Fancy Embroidered aj
Lace Lisle in the popular evening shad", o. J
pink, sky, navy, cardinal, pearl grey, creamsj
white, per pair, 30c to ${#
Evening Shades  in Kid
and Silk Gloves
Long White and Cream Kid Gloves, per pair..,
 , $i.oo to $ii
Long Silk Gloves in pink, sky, heliotrope, black aj
white, per pair, 85c to $2,(
Latest New York Styles in
Handbags
The new showing direel from New y<>... comprise.! all J
in large mni small Leather Handbags, Opera  Bags, Pursi i
Net Bags.   Thfl price range gives bul h faint Idea ol ���
Bhowing,    Bach 50c to  tri
Special Features in Girl's Jerseys j
at $1.25
Made eef fin.' quality wools, In fancy rib*, buttoned on tin    .   -
made wiih Bhajped waist anl ie, tii  comfortablj   a;   v.
cardinal, navy, Bky and white.   Another line is made i
mere, yarns in very close ribs, buttoned on shoulder
The above  lines air eef Bpevila]  value' ami ari' on sale In     ��� ���
to-wear departmenl   today- all .fixes t<> Belect from. Ea  .     jy
Women's New Tweed Coats,
$6.50 each
By long enl.is the best coat for the money which v.i' ha.
season.   They ari' new arrivals, made of all wool Twei        I
checks and plaids, dark In Jhade.     Style is double-br<
collar of same material as ooat, fine large pockets, b1��
with turn-back cuffs of same material;    si/as    30  i"    I      -'-
length Is three-quarter,    Onsale today at       M
Big Sale of Skirt Lengths
in   Dress   Goods   Department.
A  special  sale of serviceable Dress Goods,  suitable  for    ��� ���
rainy  day  skins.    In  g0 Dg through our stock  of elrcs-e  ���    ���
w.. have' found a larw number of ends with sufficienl In
ini,' upinto skins.    Lengths range from 3% t<> :, yard I
width  of materials.    Anion;-' the.-,,   goods   will   be.     found 9��\
Homespuns, Mark and'Light Tweeds, Venetian Cloths, .
Sharp reductions make' the purchase of nne or more len
Itable investment. Se* our large show window leer ... :
On sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
W. S. COLLISTER & C
il
247 Columbia Street,
New Westm���
\v. i;. Qilley���Tel. IS
Offlci
Tel,  1(1.
a E. (;
Gilley Bros., Lti
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL    DEALERS IN
Wellington   Coal.   Van.   Portlan.l Cement,   Rosebank   Lime,  B. C
tery  Vitrified  Pipe, Dram Tlle, Terra   Cotta,   etc.:   Clayburn Pr*
Mantel, and  Fire   Brick,  Flra  Clay,   Gartcraiij   Fire   Brick,   .Uvelj
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Roc*!
,fW For
^vi?_iL____rf
The
-x<  Afternoon
Walk
WE have  some   nobby fall llylcs
lhal combine elegamc  and rr.-nmon
sense comfort.    Jusi lhe
thing for a dressy sheet or
business shoe.       Why donl you try
RICE & HUTCHINS
ALL AMERICA SHOES
"A treat for Ihe feet "
For MEN Ibr WOMEN
W.E. SINCLAIR,
For
WoflM
>_���
OUR dull calf bluth�� ��*J
extra   heavy   sole   are tt* "    ���
shoes for mid-winler ur"'-
Why Jon 'Iyou In) a l">:'
of Ihe genuine
RICE frill TCI ilV
ALL AMERICA^
���'Atrcalfortlitfecl
r    I'riV'i-'1
For MEN m
The ReiiableSho*

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