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 Miite, Whiles & to
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. PHoneSS
.   :
���,   s'U-VIBER 271.
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.t
-U    ''���   -';T.Mi\STEHj   B   Ci   pjui.A-   MORNING,  S-QVEMBBR  6, 190..
|S i    EPR
.*���,,,, |        istian Temper-
i lelebrates Its
foundation in City.
unnivei  ai j   of the
,V. C T.   I',   in
���. d  la it  evening
ch, the , arlors
���i ���   ���-. ,.:���  !. lld   il  ag
-. i  an I fern
m   i e . lit n in. d ia
,'i    lo    I h-    spi -I'lle- .
FIVE CENTS PICK COPY.
YOUNGi UBfRAlS ARE    WHIiFgIRL WISHES    S[RS TO ORGANIZE   ENGLAND'S fUTURE IN   TEUTONS BAITING
GOOD START!  TO MAURY CHINAMAN    STRONG ASSOCIATION      HANDS Of CANADA      FRENCH NEIGHBORS
M
Jui���    A ���lu        '        '"   Prevented   Be- Fra . r River Canners' As >rd Milner Says Dominion!German Government is Dis-
WillEni.    \P < \ One-Eyed Celestial|   ciation Will Be Succeed tide if  It SI turbing   Peaceful    Rela-
wantages,        and Woman with a Past.       by Mure Powerful Body.       Remain Part of Empire.        tions With France.
i,
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'���    i li m
Oil
In tin
O!
��� ���     the ..
-    erai       a
���   .i imbei
lifted
  ; . i >.. ���
rK..nlsatioi_.    From   ,       ,
1      ���   ��� In    .
borhoo*J ol  ,   hm, ime   on    l]uj
remini     m ol    h ���   mi m .    ,,, , , ,
.., -;,,-   cause   i
district,  the  vis!-!     Ii        Ution .. .,.,.
���""    wh ch4]
ro
members who join the
havi
c ion   wit
ii
.lac tt dramatic   ���
::   .    Chi laman
. ���    md
iin. <l. .rn,I  .,
i   i nt the
ti lance o
i
iJ.ii,  Organized.
at in I
'   11'.,.  .     ;
:i   yoiin;
111      :   '     I.    . !..
-. was una  .
,i his family.
.*
��� '
,.   In-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .'ini'
their ,'��� '��� ud*       < ��� a    n initti
n     use   of   ; .vo    lillii    :'..'���        and
��� I ince   ol   . matti r,     i hi
old days in ! 1" a Iqua rtet     ���  ��� . I.  ������
The consi li ution a
lion la   "in;: drawn   ip   and ai
this and a few oth.    mat in   com.
...  org i n    i Ion  will f-   ��� iv
The entry fei   ai        ies have no
, ��� i   iiv d, but  that  ihese will
low as  ts ' onsistent    with    the   a i
, to       derived  is asi
������'. ch  thi   ��� ���    evi
betw < n    China-
*
11       '  ���       Iris v as  ave
rdaj
h,
���*���: ���      Hi     warn sd    a
-    ���    om.     the     i     ���
one ol Lhe a     n
��� ' >  cm   of th    pfom-
1 iwn.    It wi
r"3tim   '��� '       e pastoi  tha     . -
China nan, nn I ���
' ���!.,     . ,    . ack'
:������   t. ad-
'
'   .-.   :.    Th < -
tn        Can; assoi latlon,
:.,   fi hing
-.,..;::..
nera imn   i  an
iec .-  within
two ling to a sta
..,-i;    il
.ii   will    ml
pracl    illy < ca i on
���   I , ,     .      ...
inti  ��� .       _     .    .
���     MHti��hi* j.,    ,
his pr '"J'Vif,,
���  Chi   Cai idian  i lui
Berlin,  No.    i     1 he  relat i
: Fi ance i a an     . .   .
jrbed  thro., tianj 's      el ing
the higher type.
r,
	
,     i r: ���
me  rem        that   l
Heard I oni t lanadians, no-
is    tl.i
he so      an   ipj tease of  the  Germa        ��� ho     ���    -ned
I
si ��� .   ���   and    tha
lift   -i;  Canada  is  unattra
are no big issm
to     e   an  , \. ..   .   i
���vil1 ij next fi v.   lays are going to d   et
w--!   '��� ' Canada  will  n ma n i -
-    ��� i -  ���'    ��� : for of the Britisl
1 ! ..  .   ���    of|the conservation  of the fisheries and.df
'���'       Sinclair.
I    .
��� ��� i r,, e ,ii,::, need
��� ""' ��� i f her Lus-
Fi inces Willard
ivas the   founda-
-'   i    U. in i!iis prov
���   <��� n nn.- tanci a ol
il of tli.   union In   the
.Inning In this
a ben her late hus-
moved  to \\ estmln-
who bad been with
were   Mrs,   Pearci.
Mrs,    Cunningham
B_AI.K_.-4N Wiiii KUVfOKS
IIIXUKEI) GKOUNDItSS
Despite   Servian   Military  Preparations.
A!|   Danger of  Hostilities Thought
to   Be  Over.
History of  Movement.
tn   -i ���e .hi Inteii
.   w< rk nf the organl-
past     twenty-five |
. aclal  work war   In
. * ng in Victoria on
bat  in this <*it>- on '
Many of   the ad-  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
nc pa] speakers, and | ] ,"", * "' " .""" ao,JW| lover is anything bul  handsome, with
.   ., i"l   '''''   last   .ei     Or   I .ai.. owing   to     re        ,,.       ,        ,      .,,,,   ,i,,,   ,..w,,  ,,..K    neiir-
(. histi rj   were re. ��� "   ��ne eye, and  tbe case was appai
���   ', , newed  rumors  'bai  ho   llities ������     lm* . ,,���.-,. ,.,,,..  .   hHnrf   fnr otiiev    ��� liintrs
oi   the   work   .lou.-, |enti)   onlj   .
1 ������     _ qui '       i       oon    to   i  .
Ing can   d
in i 'hit the 3toi ��� ol .v.: Ha).
com ie:. d  thai   vi ry day a   the
.   md Offlci    Bou        ��� .     -
ed at thi     ore to se<   tha   n       of th
articles  were moved.    While on duty
he not Ici I a white girl go Into one of
tli.   opium  joints, and  noi   come out.
He advised the police station, and Detective   Bradshaw   went   down.      Tlie
-ir!.  who is not unattractive  in    appearance, was found in th.   join   with
a trio of Chinamen, noi smoking   b r
with opium in her possession   She Is
held on a, charge ol   vagrancy at    the
lockup,
The girl's real nam. ia said to be
Delia Walker. On Wednesday she
completed a term for frequenting
opium dens in Vancouver Shi says
she came from California, and wanted
to marry the Chinaman to escape from
ests i
I canm mon
ice*    or
An ���        - ���      ��� Fr isei ���
: 'Jin--   ' i    oi lation  w        i .
new m,     in I
nexl    - i.   ;.....-       .    li    ly all tb
b;iii e.      i.i..
that Question rest-: with Canadians
N'o exti :ii.i. compulsion could
certa        -  ine    ��� . er    st - uld    be
exeri -��� l t    Influence it.    It i est .with
: hi  decision of l hat qu> s.
. ii.!  witb   that  qui stion  pi
decisioi     ��� the date of the .���
... . ile
thi . on    t't    C
tnd     Id '    .. a for
: I - '..- 1   aSi   ..ill   :: ..   sale
oi Una -      .. German
ace.
The Frem b gi      flci        lies to
It  the mai ��� itra    a, and
M. Juli -   : n n. ii ambas
ig :������ : , h    an
menl   with   tbe       rman   fori Ign
to this end      i     o far without
ss
eral of last even   . ��� . took
ubj< :���:   and   dei tared   that
i.. new necessary for Germany to I i
���on hi r rights. The German gov-
representa-
tion_ to Fran,-,, early In October with
:< ���'.-:��� nee   tt)   this   affair,   which   was
nets of the north who have nol    een       d condii on ihe   empire    waa
Even in Its badlj o   an    prior to the controversy which aro e
men f the old association    will
ha v.< ned i ,, articl. - i: agreement.
M 111> of the canners now operating
along ��� . ��� orth -rn British Columbia
coast havi for years been members
of tb. F aser river organization by
reason - the fact that they also maintain.- i - nm ri.-- on the Fraser river.
It is felt among the (.tinner., that
an association i mbracing all the
packers on the coasi will be better
able to leal with affairs affecting the
.Isliing . iness than could a body
represi ntine tie rely . ne section of
the Industry. Now that Canada and
the   i ni i d  Stati * have    placed    the
political entity in the world;
��� rl)   organized   it   would be    the
gri atest power,
' It lies with all parts of the i m*
pire and es;.., lall) with tlie people
of the younger dominions to decide
whether it shall be capable of dls-
_; ntr its great mission in the
world."
I .cial  home  wiiich
.a tie- Bank of Com-
���   ��� - .i bii bmenl  ol
.   "ii Thlr I at enue
.   Royal Colun
.'. ��� re  asked   to
S ll  ous     and     bars
1  .    he  right   to sa)
: hi r they .- bo ild
. ce or not,    (Ap-
l_oud iu. ......        The dalk in       i i
i' in  ha -   taki n on an ularmli    aspec
in ile twi   owing tu    re
__~        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
:��i' u   Si . . ..    md    \
arj-.     i'ii.    Austrian  troops    an
o ba .������ . een ini i em hing on
.   ��� i.   n title     Si ��� . .i     has
been makiug  ,....-:      prepai al I ���:..-    foi
her evi]    surroundings,    thinking   he ] regulations of fishing in waters   con-
would tin l her money.    The Celest ai
DISCOVER NEW CURE
FOR TUBERCULOSIS
tiguous to the boundary line in    die   u ,,   ,,       nMlll,       r, ;'"'' sulliU
Hand, o, ., commission which has in,-i ^nadlkable    Results    From publlcaU.
me orpr     nml    the   findinirs    of        Pillinir Dispaiao^ Rnno Pqtt_ U-unous  i
from the pu Iication of the Emperor's
interview, bui  the raising of the con
t. iversj  in the newspapers    esterday
regarded  by some of    Chancellor
Von Bu. low's critics us a dexi,.- to
divert public attention from the emperor and the chancellor to a foreign
quarrel.
Pari.-.,  Nov. 5.���While it is nol bi
. eve.i inofficial circles that Germany
.vil!   make   the f.i.-a   Blanca   incidenl
..  jeel   ..I  an  ultima;um.  a  con-
Iderable disquiet exists bere aud the
I opinion  continue,   that   Germany    is
seeking to conflict diplomatic humiliation upon France as a diversion from
the situation arising at home from the
ion ot Emperor William's now
The Vancouver police hav. been communicate I with, and it is expected
that the girl's record wlll bi fore
the magistrate today In evidence from
. tin- Vancouver polici      Since the Nip   i,
war and  tli.   removal ol  tho seat    of
'Sue mesalliance in this city, two more        sjon
men e power,    and    the   findiu_
wiiich,  when given effect by the    reci    ... Ills,     , a���     n0(       <.
I   !'oi   tii.   years, i   is fell  thai
siioiu >������    ; hi   associ ited   canners
are the better Will   the)   hi   able    to
:   inds . ii  the com-
Filling Diseased Bone Cav-1 ^!_inle,r.view
ities With Solution.
|,i!;.*
I ill) Bang t be h> mn
h   ���  ,m i  , rief    'nl
��� a R< ,s.   VV,   II.
Lenn.e.
I,tw-" ngratulate
���    *    ' hon
iiiix.-d   marriage:   have  i   reported
In the province, mid both hav.- ended
unhappily.
	
PACIFIC  WIRELESS  IS
SUCCESS   IN   HAWAII
I,
SOLUTION   IN   SIGHT  OF
MOODY  PARK   DIFFICULTY
\  meeting of the committee of the
.    .   council appointed to    look    into
. half of ;li.   cit)
Hindi of the    Royal
���' ance, In a humoi -
rt    i:   McLeod,  for    the
unce    i <"������    *>f
.
'���    ���
"- ���   nni. ni   r.-on    Belgi adi     u a   less
��� \       ���   ,   cit)
I    Is   difficult    ������   isceri tin the   ex-
ie      uth    i :   i In .-.     i. poi I -.
ivhich   .: .     elieved   to   be    i ea I)   i x-
.   ; 'i'- !.  ..   hougli    do I.;..-      both
countries   an    preparing   tor iiossibill-
ll,s     A"   ""���  s"^i:'"   legation   it    lsi   [the.ground difficulty at  Moody    pari
i tie ja.serted thai    the    rumors   i in-      Honolulu, Hawaii.    Nov. 5.���Within: met at  tfae grounds yesterdaj-,    with
.em :''���'" ' -'">���' ''""  Servia is maintain- tue    past   week   regular   Associated  ,. ,    .,., ;i:u���, ,,,  the clubs concern-
t, faithful work   la*  :l  ",|lvrl    attitude   pending    tfie   Press  dispatches  have   been  received  .,,,     Tll|V,,    repre8entaUve8    or    the
proposed   International  conference.        here  bj   wireless telegraph  from S.m   i{1)Vl.,.s    (.|ui,     President     McMillan
\  diBpatch  t.. ti,.   Dailj   Mail  from  Pranciscc,  a  distance  ol   2100   miles.   Manager   Dav'la   an.l   T,.,.as���,,,,  Ky;iii
Belgrade   reports    thai     the    heights  Uni 11 these appeared and were verltted   ,,,,  nded, and from Columbian collegi
around the u,wu are occupied bj   :>..-   man)  iiersons had been Inclined tu I,   wt.I... prof_ Bouck and others.    All tli.
The  incident    In
question   arises  from   the     desertion
from the foreign legion of the French
[army of a number of German subjects
and   their prosecution   by   the   French
re-  authorities at CaSa Blanca. Tins time,
the j however,  France is resolved to stand
--hie -.-   No\ ���   5.���Remarkable
'it ��� in c tring    tuberculosis   of
lem ii-   ated  in a five  weeks' | firm.
���''   :l"--   hom    ���  .   destitute crip-      Paul  fain!.on.    French  ambassadoi
���    Idren,  todaj   turned  the    at-  in Berlin, has been instructed to no-
ention  to a treatment discovered  by  tlfy Germany   that   France   maintains
hmii  luck,    of   this city,     The|her view thai    the    whole    question
should    e arbitrated, and thai in the
league;
lt   T  of T,
hi   cit)   i ouncl
- nilatlons    to
N'.w-
, and
I,   ex*
the
Janiet- Cunningham   Speaks.
.���0',:, h   old timers, Jam
|li. i.i
 i troops and that the bullion in the
national  banks will    be    removed    to
Kragnj-evat/,
.nil statY ... 'n'w^^^^^^^^^m
tin-  material.
Despite  these military preparations,
says  the    Mail's    correspondeni
danger ol  ho unties seems past
skeptical   regarding   the   reports   t**"**1 j members of the committee, Aldermen
iii,    new   wireles     station   Just   com*  Qarrett, Johnston and Gray attended.
the
"lld   hit      ,io\.     iiii
wi 11   known.
raid,i" "-������ mam   years  h.
Hi
together   with   the   gen-   pleted,   had   been   In    communcauon
ni) and the bulk of   with  numerous  iiointa <ui   the   Pacific
coast, nn I bvi u with  vessels   in    the
Behrlng sea.
The corapli i un "i the Pacific cab!.-
to il: ��� islands Hi ars ago broughl
,h,   ,,. rltoi    lm    "I1"'h wi,!l ;'''
si ol   .'���   ���   .; I, and th
ill
.. i, _lng board he
liquor  li. ��� ii:ii
h   . me   ol the
���   for    hit re
lime came foi
INDIAN   AFU.ES i ED ON
CHARGE   OF    MURDER
le . elO'l
I    ill. .
ir   Kam*
I faith
'���
' ���  .
���6 Co
i- : iii  t! rn
i     Thai    howed
     the
lie    referred    to
the  prohibition
now wavered In    Its
ni i it ed a    on -.
ilu-   function
K.inili.'...-    Nov.  ���"���      I���   now
bal   Ma. hi  ,    l..ii..'iii|i.    wh
pi .it'oil     ; I   1111     1 Ile    1 esei Vi     It
      ten da ���    ago, �� as i he > let lm of
nun   '       111    bod) was fouud iu K.itu
loops i .ake lasi . . en Ing �� ith a    ullel
*a , i,mi i bro igh li        ari
Aiueher   Indian   i... undei   arri it   ut
Salmon Arm on suspicion bl being th,-
perpeiialor    of    ih ���    crime.       \y ��� .
'��� l.akeui|i's distippearunce his hqi     wai
found  with au empl.  saddle neai  I   ���
was
ipol where the hnd..  was later discov-
1.     Iiis   undei si... d   i a.n   the   man
was  in  the companj   of
os,_i iiBning
f .i practical working wii iless system
no;   onlj    With     the
vessels    ut    all
will   have   the  effect
,,,,   which       anger*   haw   been
Hawaii.
ri
of i ��� ii '*��*B
:   with
" '"j
lng  the    feeling    of
Alter thorough discussion it was
resolved that the Rovers should re
mui absolute control of their pitch
that the college should have a pitch
adjoining, and the girls' hockey team
ill, old rugby pitch. This will ac
commodate all three clu *, and the
gills   will   use   the   W. si   End   lacross.-
ing room. The citj council wlll
Improve the college ground, bul the)
musi provide their own dressing room
accommodation. There is mile doubl
thai this arrangement will be u
ci i.talile io all concern! d
:> atmi ut, which promisi s to bring re
��� ���a large in ici ntage of suff. , ei s
from this form of   the   great    white
plaj  Is simplicity its.it    and    con-
Ista for the most  part in tilling    the
cavit)   caused   ���>   the disease with    a
metallic  salt,   bismuth   nitrate,   combined with a basis of vaseline,
The discovery was incidental tu an
X.-ra)'" photograph of a little invalid.
The   solution   was  applied   to  fix   tne
outline of a tubercular   abscess    and I upheld
ii Ing  lefl  In  the   cavity,    proved    a
healing agent.
in. Beck told his discovery io Urs.
John   Rldl 'ti and   Wall,ne   Blanchard,
...   hom<   for    destltut.     crippled
children, and  in  a   flve  weeks'    trial
twenty out oi  forty  crippled children I accldem
. re cun d   bj   the    treatment     The
: in ila . ontalni     thlrtj     grains    of
tth      ib-nltrati    com lined    ��Ith
meanwhile she declines to relea e the
deserters, to reprimand fhe officers
-.oncerned, or to exchange regrets wi'h
Germany, At the same time the
chances are that St. Petersburg and
London have been Informed of the
exact situation. Premier Clemenceau
di. lared today that he was ready to
go before the chamber of deputies
on the issue aud resign if he was mr.
UNION BAY  LOGGER
FATALLY   WOUNDED
Nanaimo,   Nov.  ...-   A  fatal   shooting
occurred at   Doane's logging
camp, l nion Baj. this m<   ning,   One
u thi   log .     ha I   ������ a ou   hunting,
and upon hii   return    to   the   bunk*
slxtj    rail    ol  vaseline.    The    pas;.   ,|n,..(. .  ,   |,���niping the cartrl-dges out
. i-.-u
under
am
. JUNG   GERMAN   IS
BICYCLING AROUND WORLD
i...i.i, \ i\   ...    Ule)cling bis w -
around the woi Id, Ro .it   Hellmich, a
 p-oin:;   tl.'i'iiiiiii    huiiing    iioiu      I
might with the jump in rates ttrr|ve)j   here   thla   morning   and   will
 th     commodities, musl  now sub    ,.,,,.,,  tomorrow   morning   foi   Beattie,
si. am.'i    for
;|     l-ldl       ���"     '
RATE  ON   SALMON
WILL   GE   RAISED
��� ! i)( ate to the east on can
on,  whicb  ii    was    thought
so tm ined i    aoiid   it t h. at ut e
u    ���: ,   fever I     nduc< d
..'  ih.     cuvil       As    the
i    ,n tture
��� d
n  ���  ��� ���   ite  thai   f illj   ���">
. ��� i    ��� .    ipled ch   ' - ii
.   lai   disi
oi  i.is  rifle  wl ���   ��� .    -     ftl    all
-    e out, . all* d   tBe
���i    Then   -a.is still a
.   , ....   ifli    and Jami -
'  . o wi     .     ��� v   tei l  awaj
.- nded      .-    ball  eni*'i-
i'..  v.as  removi.'
to the < nd ho pita], where be
in an unconst ions condition.
mil    "   ;   '
��� vnabie. the dictum ol
where he will  board
a
railwa i   ci ni ianiea being thai    a  cj,ina, there   ti gin
"���bat White Plague
ii|h>u   little more
the   murdi red   man  the    night ^^
,���...��� com- Bii - '   -������' "nnet1 8a*,mon
hi be SQueezed out of 'iJ>'
C|,.. , 1""'1 "t 01   the  Mission
whicli the crime musi  navi
mitted.
Siberia to Pat Is,    11 i expeel ���
Paris  early  next   year.
ti
11 in h
801 ||
;:-..
'ill rei
13, ('. Anli-Tubei !
l'i olutlon calling'
1   '... ernmenl     to !
imber Trade   wirti   Tasmania.
Nov.   5,    \.'"';l
ED|  all ���""-��� iHity toi   the car,
J was     pa sed
"I'lOilHlv        _
tiinii, . , Hon that    fm
Ich
ih,. pros
';_
n ci ssary   for
of    a
in
��e reso- ;.(irlll
I h I      :   ' '   '
llobart,   Ta   sin, ma.
the object of Inquiring Into
pects ot opening  a   trade In    tlmbi
betwi ."i  Tasm mla and  Ind
land has   een visited by H. R. Wilkin
,,    ihe  repvi  ' ii -!''��� '  ":  '"'   ll"1""1
taiits.    In   mi  interview
.li
nn  tliis  product  will  jump  ten
hundred pounds on Jan.    I.
,���.esi nl   rate Is eighty cents  i��'i
i   i        This applies to al
I, nn this an l the other side shl]
i poi . v,   'I to east,
The
hnn -
rail
i'i
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Ruef Jury Completed.
San  Francisco,    Nov    ..      \'y.,-.
the
Floater  Was  Vegetable   Peddler.
Tin- body of ihe ��Ihinaman who was
loun i drowned In the Fraser rivi    on
Wednesday lm . I e n idi n* ti- 1 ''���
Chong Vuea ns i hm of his cousin Llm
v en, win. was las, seen on Mclnne i
streel on Oct. 0, and whose absi i e
was poted in th,. \'.\-,s ai that
PURVEYED  LANDS  IN  ���
CARIBOO  DISTRICT _-,,     , _-. . _,    .    ,
Big Planking Contracts to Be Let.
\   i vi     Nov. .-,.   a huge area of      Prince Rupert, It. c. Nov. 6.���11    I
���ni      ...a*  surveyed und sub-  claimed from non-offlcial sources that
d   Ided bj Provincial Qovernment sur-1 before the end of the present  month
...oi. during the past  season in the *"": ���������; *  ;"-   lllf'    planking    of   the
'    boodlBtrict.    A party of ten men  --'" -** of  Prince Ruperi    will    have
��� i  yesterdaj   from  Ashcroft  and  l"'*-'" ''"  aMl1 l'"ll>' ���"'"l ��� wl" '���������'���
paid oil    i   spehl the pas;   mm-   employment,  the lowest   wages to lie
, ��� at   worli   in  the  vicinity of  the  i,;ii'!   " ���''   *; H   u'-      Unlike   other
Mud and Dlackwater rivers  fiftj ml1es|pUDl*�� works ot this kind there will
. .   ���  Quesnel.
di
awing ol   wenty panels and the ex-,*rha mini wat n vegetable vendoi   and
������.ii
villi stated that Hie h"li:l'' :""i: "   ' ;"" ���,*n,rem6n- ,lu' -i'"'*v  had been acting queerl
....   ,,,    t,.|^^^J v       i'.,iin    Ruef   (ill    the   chat:-   ..,-,.v.;iii*:   tn   hi      il.-alli,     The   relatives
esoluiioii   I ',    ,, ��� !i1    ;""'  '"' offel'in8 �� l,vilil' t0 Supervisor J. J.[took charge of the body, and It  was
:    ���    ��� " '    ' of whii     ire   '
., , -     vaa competed today
(   ; mn I mn ��� 1!''' ,'"1 ���
Snow  Visits  Chicago.
Chicago   Nov    3     A  Blight   fall
of the season, fe
todaj.
be no enn r.i.���tors' boarding nous i and
thte men employed on the work   i in
ii   , I anj wh, re In  i hi    own.
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a :-     of     i
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WILL INVESTIGATE
INDIANS' GRIEVANCES
^ac^nczzis^icczziE^
Alleged Harsh Restrictions on
Fishing und Hunting Rights
to Be Probed by Agent.
Ottawa, Nov.        rhe fi
ment has noi I fled the I
Kisflpouk and r rves  in    thi
Babine  distrlcl    >\   .   itisli   Co
that an ageni of the di n nl  will
go out  in  the spring  to    Invest!   i ���
the grievances with regard to tli    al
legi .I unjust restriction of   theii
ing and hunting rights ove: the wh il
district,    The Indians of the reserve
affected number over 5000 and   h.  recent attempt made by the provincial
government   to make  them amenabh
to the province is the cause of   the
Dominion government's    action,    The
Indians claim the whole country originally belonged to them and the white
are now seeking to usurp their rights
of prior possession
Some Lime ago when the provincial
fisheries Inspector attempted to compel the removal of welvs placed Illegally In the river; > Klsopouk Indian squaws ducked the ins] ec ors
in the river while the Indians sat
quietly <m thi bank and watched the
proceedings.    The inspectors decamp^
aafZA-gmi    ww:mzzi3is:
THE - UP -TO
DATE
ggfmt'i^^w^tii^?mitmi^'mn-a*-v aa
BtfuafttH'i'M'-
-^J6^
ifl. No serioii.- trouble I anticipated
b) Lhe department here and i: is believed the matter In distune can bi
adjusted satlsfactoril) tn th.- spring.
J. Eueene Brown
272 Columbia St.
MOUSE OF QUALITY
Co.
Phone 367
INDIAN SEAL HUNTERS
SECURE A BIO HAUL
Pay-Day  Will   Enrich  Siwash   Hunters
of  Sealing   Schooner  Thomas
F.  Bayard.
i Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
I for Sale ���:��� Io Kent -:- tte. S
* *(.
I.**..-*rr:,m'���".
WILL the teamster who brought down
the blocks and tackle for painting
the Brackman-Ker wharf from J ie
Tambouline's four week, ago ;iiea-,>
notify J. Lynn, wharfinger,
Victoria, Nov. 5.���Not since the heyday of sealing has there been such a
rich pay-day as the Indian hunters of
the sealing schooner Thomas F. Bayard will have when the deputy ship-
ping masters at Clayoquot nnd K.yu-
quot pay off the siwash hunters. The
schooner whicli took the most valuable
catch of the sealing  fleet, having    28
���a otters and **'.:', sea] skins, had Indian hunters. The) have een paid off
on account i ; the 3eal skin i I
drawing from $50 to $200 to the man
nver and above the big advances, slop
chest accounts, etc., and lune still to
be [i nd for the sea-otter skins. The
Indians were Bhipped under two agreements, one being that they take $125 f
p< r skin for their share of the seiv
otters, ani the other an alternate
::-:���.'��� men: that they wait until the
as are disposed of and take half
of the proceeds. The Kyuquot camp
will lie paid for seventeen of the
_ikin_. taken b; the brown hunters of
the more westerly villas., while the
other camp will draw �� tges for
eleven skins. The sea-ot tei Ins ac
cording to experts v.lio have seen
will average well, and as the
of  goo-j   sea- *���������:*   skiii^ ranges
irom   $250   to   Ji    and   sometimes
more, it is expected the  Indians    will
��� ���    mon. j   foi   potlachec   sufflc - nt
isi all w Inter wh lay con
ALL
kinds
.
af    skins
��� tnned
and
dresse 1.
D.
Cameron.
124 T
welfth
stl-
!t,   P,
O.
. Box I',',-.
'H )
RENT
���Suite    furni
shed   t
'ooni-,
sui
table f
or
light housekeepini
.. Ap-
ply
to Ah
���x.
Speck.
FOR RE.NT���Furnished housekeeping
rooms; clo.e in; beautiful vi w;
furniture tor sale. Enquire r om 7
Burr block.
WANTED���Board and room in      ���
family ' ..  ; ouag i '-.-. I;  -������ '
office.
Li
tcense
Noti
ices
i.-,.   known as  the    Holbrook    Hote
Bituated on Fronl stre. i
JOHN McNIVBN S  D, McDONALD
N   a   W'.'-'miu������:..] ,  Nov,   I.  1908,
VOLUNTEER     BOUNTY    ACT,   1908,
WARNING   TO PURCHASERS.
NOTICE .- g ven that  I in-
en l to appl) at the next sitting of
'the Licensing Hoard for the City of
New Westminster tor a renewal of
license to sell liquors ������ retail on the
Every assignment of the right of a preml8e8 knowu as the Windsor Hotel
South African Voluteer entitled to a
land grant must be b.. way of ap-
pointment of a substitute and must be
in the form provided by the Act.
Special attention is called to Subsection 3 *.f Section 5 of the Volunteet
Bounty Act, 1908, whicli provides that
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a sub-
stltute
situated
on
i   i  imbl
and    Begbie
- reets,
In the
sai
Cit)
of New West
minster,
P.
O. BILODEAU.
New   \Y.
'stniin
-'������
Nov.
::. 1908,
-ynopils     of    Canadian    North-Weitl
Homestead   Regulations.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to appl) ai the next sitting of
the  Licensing   Bo ird  tor  the  City of i
New   Westminster,  for a renewal    of     A,_y even numbered section ot Dol
license to sell spiritous liquors bj  re- Llni0n  lands  in  M ��� I
tail on  the premises known   as    the
i
l.ivri <>o':  Arms. :it:iited ��� t'oluni.da'
street,  in  the  westerly  Btore  In  the not reserved, may be homesteaded bj^
(hen's Block, in the said City of New
Westmin* ter.
\l.t''\"   MATHESON.
New  Westminster, Nov.   .,  1908.
WANTED
Iin;     fees
.  ;-.7, ( . ������
Pupils for violin and man- ! i;Mh   s ptembar   190S.
NOTICE is hereby given that we In-j
tend  to appl)   ai   the nexl  Bitting ol      NOTICE Is hereb) given that thirty
the Licensing Board ol the   Cit)    oi   days after date we intend to apply to
shall be accepted or recognized  N*ew westminster for a    renew.,:    of  F S   Hussey,  superintendent   Provin
.    Department    of  fhe   Interior  ���cense to   .       ,.,,;._ -,.. ,..,.,��� ������ .h���  cia|  ,,,n,.., Victoria, B. C,  tor a re-
which is not executed and dated after   preml8es known aa  ,i;��� Rn88el|  ,,,,.���;    newal ol  the liquoi  license held b)   i
situated  on Carnarvon    and    Begbiejfor  the   St.  Alice  Hou-l,   B.tua_e    at
streets In i cl ��� nl N'ew We I
minster
il. 1.   BRINE.
C    G.   McLEAN.
nster. Nov. 3, 1908
the date of the warrant for the land
grant issued by the Minister of Militia
' aind Defence in favor ol the voluntei r
.1. W. GREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands. Ottawa.
larrl son   Koi  Bpt ings.
Harrl -    Ings C
Li
.;..c- .
Dated  Nov,
1,
1
190S
\\ in i
.
I
WOMEN KILE PETITION TAFT
FOR PRIVILEGE OF VOTING
iVA.NTED���Girl  to assist with    l.ghi
housework;  go   i wagi
tween 12 and 1 .... on, A, V..
.McLto i In mra i     ofl -     Arm -" i   .
block.
WANTED���A nice Japanese .... wao
understands English, wants position
at house work. Japanese No. l
ho ise, Sapperton, He Asa,
WANTED���Nursing, or daily work b>
English woman.    Apply  Box '_C7.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate-?.
Family trade  a  specialty.
rol.  113. Otoce    Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
\. . w<
Nl ITICE is In i.i.)   -;,��� a    ll r   I   in-
���.   ip] - -     next   lifting ol
I...-, nsln; Board    -    i      Citj   ol
New   Wi stmlnsti     tor a   ri newa]    oi
���   i   to sell     iuors on thi
know a a * the Depo   Hoi      Ituated on
cornei of Colum    i ... th Btrei I ,
In the said ' t New   \V. stminster.
j. WISH.
New  Westmlostei. Nov. .:. 1908
l  i LET���Furnished bei
i 19 Dickenson street.
Tenders Wanted
room.    Appl)
the Crescent
 Sealed tenders (whole an: -eparate)
WANTEDGood plain    sewing    neatly J m^ed -Tenders for Bridge'' will be
done.    Apply  Mrs. J. Simpson,
���. P. O. Box 937.
As!:
WANTED���White waitress;  good wai-
Apply  to West  End restaurant.
r* Iv< i    y the undersigned up to l
p.m. of November  7th, ir  ''.���
t'i*il!'>*iiug:
i.    To Bupply    the   ma>u iIal    and
build  '.he substructure  of    a    bridge
NOTICE is ai ; >��� .;��� gi .-en hat I Intend to appl) at t.i" nexi _ ttlng of the
Licensing Board of thi Cit> ol New
Westminster lor a renewal ol licence
.o .-.'ll liquors by retail on the premises known as t1 ��� Co mopoiiiun n"' '.
situate on Columbia street, opposlti
('. P. R di pot, ti. the . ai I <'ity of New
West minster
J. ;:   D, Mi DONALD.
_.'.���������.   V. esl: iin iter,  Not. ::.  19 18,
.'ANTED���A
Jones.
��� N'ov.     - A di
:.
-
I P
.    .  '.'    ... t     Buffrage a
Annum;, emet    ��� tai    ��������� a
R   .     N'o...  Howard
association
\ aad
do ������ ��������� ��� to assist In the
aient bj securing thi
ol ev. r) women in ihe state, Mr.
Tafi has often said he was willing the
women < f America Bhould have the
right of franchise if they desired
The president -ail.    'Now is the time
the  *''''* know ��� Colonial Hotel, si
provided   ''    ���   corner ol   Mi Kenzie and I
������ en
���.   Hun-
��� i.-i
I ������. e.V-
AN,
Clork.
Oct 15.
,  alll     Bin  .'!...     Ill
Wesl mins - -
���    ' :.     i
.id City of  Ni
NOT' i)   ,-:."ti    bat  I   ln-
acroso the -North Arm of ih.. Fraser I"""- '" ���'���������'   '  ' '" '���' ,lultt8 ot th ,
nurse   girl.   Mr..   Dr. lTlver at the site of the  pi tseat   Lulu   Licensing Bca d  Wi  the City of New
Ulan.l bridge in this city. I'Westminster for   i  renewal of license
���j.   T i put in place and c     ���>*,��� the! lk" lje11 lir|",,ls ]>y cetal1 "" ""*' 1"V1''
supers ��� ucture   of   Bald
; mat.-rials  for  which   w 111   I
by  the .-orporation.
Plan ; aad spe< Iflcal I in
at the ottlce of the Cit
A marked chi nue I n
dred   ilollart  n .      iccomi
tender
The lowest or an;   tei
sarily .
W. A. Dl
Cltj   Flail, New We
1908.
any person who Is thi .;    i
family, or an)   male ovi    L8 j-tan
age, to the extent or one-quartet sec.
tion ot 160 acres, n.
Application   fur   entr)    must
made  In p.-t son   by plicaati|
a Dominion Lands
agency  for the   list
land is situate.    En .;. mi]
however,   be  made  at   an a ���:
certain conditio:.- ither, moi
er, ��on, daughter, ���:
an Intending bnnu      i ���
Tbe homeste ider
toi m the home -.-,. .       es under oa]
of the follow in_-
(1)    At  least > Idea
iii.on   and   CUlth tl    :.
each year foi  thn
IL'.    a  Dome i! he at
dsslres, perform t..
dence   duties   b)   llvii
land owned   solel)
than eighty   180)   a        in extent,
the  vicinity  uf hi.- -1  J->�������}
ownership iu land  will net meet!��
requirement
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i    13)     If the fathei
any male over lb years of age, to the ; falUer ^ J(,(,.aM.(1,
extent of  one-quarter  section  of  160 I Qag lierm.(nenl  ���._.., , .
acres, more or loss. . ,and owned 80k.lv  ,,,   him   BOt iei|
Entry must be iur.de personally at \ than elglUy }SlJ|  ai.,, . in Mtent|
the local laud office for the district in ��� the vlclullv 0; th,. home-rtead, or u^
which the land Is situate.    Entry by j |(J   .   Homestead  ea    ed foi   1 �������
proxy may, however, be made on cer- j ln t!u, vicinlty, such homesteader!
tain conditions by the father, mother, |perform his own resldenci   luties D|
son, daughter, brother or sister of an I |1TlIlg wm, the tather (or motl>��).
Intending homesteader. Ml    xno term    ��� Id thet*
The homesteader is required to PW"   preceding  paragi i '���  :ae(*
form the conditions connected there*  meaning nol more than nine miles��
with    under    one    ofthe.    following!,,  direot line   es ���   o�� the *W*.
plans: ,:-  roaj  allowances ci
(i)    At '.east six moniu.,- residence measurement
upon  aud cultivation of the  land    in!     (5)    .\   homesteadei    ;���'' :il!'nS
;!*iti*_Ba
Syiuipsis of Can.dian  Homestead
I egulatlons.
Auy available Dominions lands within the railway belt in British Colum- '
bla, may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a faintly, or I
VEST M INST E K EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���I'n-ler new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can Bupply you w
hinds of hflp promptl: f ��� ot
c!iars;e. liraru h Ofl 6, 107 Coi I
atreet w-*><t. Poo.-,. V 2750. Vani m
ver, B, C
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and     McNEtuEY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   8.   C.
Phone  431- P.O. Box   885
each   year  for three  years.
perform   iiis  residi n e
(2)    If the father (or mother, if the j cordance with the above
,:.,
father is deceased),    of   the    home-' with parents or on I
mender resides, upon  a  farm  ln    th I   b;   himself musi
vicinity of  the land entered  for.  the ' for the district of sue!, inte
M.
INSi.KV
;.  )'.."-
tp give him  an  opportunity
a   ,��� he mi ani by
this statcni'
Eyc-Opcner   Case   Adjcurnsd.
('ai 'a. y, No\    ���    The criminal II el
sail againsi McOllllcuddy b)  Edwards,
<i\ iii.   Eye-Opener,    was    today   ad-
r .. in d  until
of the ai riva
of  Van ouvei
defence,   Mi
I  I.���:��� H       I
sir. ni '';*'..> to the a IJournment, but
wa - unsui m hi Cit I. The case will te
tal'*vi up in m Tuesda) without doubt,
Ate. Speck's Sporting 6eods
I'uesda; nexl to allow
of E. P. Davis, K. C,
who will conduct the
lavls    l tt    V tncouvor
I    Nolan.  K.C, objected
f5M!Mi��i��E
CANADIAN PACIFIC
AT LA NT IC STEAM S H IPS
La imi u HQKoir-eOTi
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD CDUNTUY
CAN DE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Em] ; ;   tain, Oct. 30,
Empress of Ireland,  Nov,  LS,
Pi i- other date* and particulars,
Kl)   GOULET,
C   P. It. Atjem.
Hun.    and      ll . .  ,.balls.
umbrellas, typev mits, flsh-
fna; tackle, etc ,,, Hgh(
-,. 'ed,
ALEX. SPECK
Man Wheel."
tackle,
automatic machini
ALE
Columbia St.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse  pow_ |
One slr.'i'.   CU    ��� :
One top for i icpi
Also a good a -".;-,;. ni   .; new
second  li uul  gi
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Offi.*.*..
Phone *:;"
requirement! as to residence may b*
latlsfied by such person residing wlti
 |t!iu father or mother.
..,,.,.,,.,.                                 ,,,      ,A, Ci)     If tho settler has his |..rm��n
NO I li E       lie       .     .''. ��� a     i I    I  '!l , ,                                             .
. ent residence u|ion laruiinK land <>wi>
tend  to a  ii'   a    the next  alttlag of ���
,. ed by him in the vicinity of In- bomi
th..  i.iei :             ard  ..i  -lie City   of,       *
��� stead, the requirements   as   to resl
dence may b<- satisfied by    r> lidence
upon tlie said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be i?lveu to the Comml isloner ol Dom ;
Inion Lands nt Ottawa of Intention to i
apply for patent. !
COAL.���Coal mining rights mav be
leased for a period of twenty <me years
at an annual rental of Jl per Mere.
Not more than 2a60 acres e!i;i" be
leased to oue individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the m<*r-
c'lantahle coal mined.
Six months' Dotl
be given to the Comm     ��� r c
minion Lands al Ol
to appl) for |i tti ���.'
1
N.-w  Wi for  a i'i newal
Lie* a.- ��� ��� ell liq ior: i) n i ill on the
premis.s known as the Fraser Hotel
Bituati >i on the i oi n.er of Begbie ����� I
Front Btrei i.    n a I City   of New
Wes' mlnste
\1.FRKD .SWANSON.
Deputy
N
thias
for.
of the Minister ���
'I
B.-Unautnorlze_l .
advertisemi   I '
New  Westmin '���
Nov.
1908,
NuTlCE is hereb . -��� n thai l Intend tn appl) ai the nexl sitting ol
the Licensing Board tor the City of
New   Westminster  for a   ri newal  of
license lo  sell   liqi..; -   b)    retail   oil   the
premises known aa  the  Royal    City
Hotel,  Bituated    come:    ot  Customs
W. W. CORY,
QQOKSLEY'S
.: Picture j_
POST CARD'
anil
House Square ai  I Columbia street. In j Deputy of the Minister of ��he Interior
the said Cit) of NV'.. Westminster,     i  	
B-ALCH.      ! '
M.  MOREY'S   STAT.or
j.   G.    GAMON'S  CIGAR^Vbf   m
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG
'THE FAIR," Columbia
STORE
Strest-
!���:
\ew   W'esitnin-'. r.   Nov.
I..0V
Noi ice is hereby given that we intend to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board for the City of New
Westminster for a renewal of license
to sell liquors by retail on the prcin-
C.   liamber
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10,   Brine  Block
New Westminster P.O.Box 795
Theatre
Bccjbie-
The Edison
Corner Columbia and
High Class Moving  P^*'. Mo���j
trated Songs.   ������*l
day. Wednesday ��nd "ri FBlDAVi
NOV. 6,  1908.
THE DAILY NEW!
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CENTS A BAR
[Tie best Laundry  toap
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SUNLIGHT bOAP
NPREADS
sunt
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"Hoarded Wealth"
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FRIDAY SPECIALS
Davies vy  Son
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Meat Stall
'   and   Mutton
;   grass  Tec*.
First class   Cc*. . ��� I
1   -   P ants.
i
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Sllverdale
-i.  Veal  and Pork.
Stride.     Stall
Cut   Flowers,   plants   snd   Fr
Monk s   Stail
Fish   and   Came
Weldon's Stall
Vegetables   <_ntl   Herbs.     0
,_   specialty.     Winner  of   four
firsts,   two   seconds   and   2nd
special   prize    ri   'C-C_;  exi
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TORY PARTY WALLOWED
IN SLOIiliH OF DESPOND
Lost
Wanted.   To   Rent,   or   For   Sale
in  the   Daily  News  bring
returns.
P. 0. Box 29.    Phone 22
H. I. Keen
Vegetables  and   Herbs
High
V al���:���
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^HENRY'S
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Seeds, Trees, Plants,
FARM    GARDEN,
CONSERVATORY
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Buy    dlri   I  g
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���   Mali rials, Cut    Flow
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Srei      .uses   and   Seedhouses.
Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
Nursery South Van*
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Nurseries |
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MADE IN CANADA
Use Only the Best
GILLETTS
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY
For making soap, softening wa*
ter, removing old paint, diiinfect-
ing (inks, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 lbs. SAL SODA.
Sold Everyta'fitre
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto. Ont.
"THE
Kingston     Standard     Reproaches    the
Toronto News for Raising  Racial
Cry���Blame Conservatives,
Kingston, Ont., Nov. :,     i lie    in ,-
Standard   tConsei vatlve)   Inn.  an adi<
-uiial on  th.- Conservativi   ; ai'..
whit t, it joins issue w Ith tho Toronto
Newj for i al   ug �� race crj. u   .
Clares:    "If thi   Conservnl ve  part}   :.-
to  be i . :l   in   thin   n a   -
i oronto  N'< ��  . i li.-n i he Stan i  .
.  follow."
The S .: decln       thai tl.   i
..... ...      to       tne .���
d< taai   in  thai the pait>   had not   i
couraj -...- .mt and rep i I
.in.. ;. the ill t_   .-.
t ir rn--.   Sei    ;..-I. and   n can
failed to i to
MesBi  . l-'nu lei, Lei irgi       Popi
Bennett.  �� b li   al   I h.     am
pointed the Qn ���>-. ...   . I
llm row.-,   I ui Iff, Sil ".ii  ���   .
li  mills:    "11  thi   (  'l ������   pai
���.. come ."it of ;. ���
ond It  ���>��� Hi not i om ��� oui  thi
recrimination,   ll   will   o
through  th ��� tall"  ol  bi Ibei     and  ru
on, and above all it ��111 noi i ���   .���
.mi  of it    >   finding   fault   with
Liberal  part)   for  having on   li
iii,. Roman Catholic vote, everj   vi ���
or a good pai I of It, ��tilch I he ' '���
,-.ei vatlve pi ; ty mighi  verj   well
bad ll ;; had been nue to Itsell   n
., idition    and had proclalme I
1.1.in. the   ��� lly, I'i
:    the    unconsi   i atlng
loctrlnes Orangi   3i
.   . iding a
er vatlve."
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Tel. 53        it"     ���'-"���'
Estimates   SubmittM.
������Westminster..
Iron   Works
I0HN   REID.   Proprietor.
il u ��� irera of
'it    iron    Gates,   t-ences,   Crest-
'"9*, Balcony  Railings, and
Fire    Escapes.
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
q    T   PACIFIC   MAY   RUN
THROUGH   PINE  PI
....ml Trunk   Pacific
nto ih*-
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and   HEATING ��� ..._^^^^
Front Street    Trust Biocli Z-Z'
MUiii   uiniui __   ^ port E9Slngton a,,-, Hazelton.  ri
Genera! Machine Work and Telephone 64, P. ��  Boy   6o     ^
BLACKSMITHING Willg     YuCIl     CO.
Office  and  Works: LADIES'   AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
to-h Street,  ���   New Westminster 1        Suils made t0 0r(l"
-���______  !    Columbia   and   Mclnnes.   Streets.
ted   the   Finley   river  country unit
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D V. LEWTHWAITE Westminster Applications Wanted
I rafisTu   *- - * ^ wjii ^ ,.,.,���.iv,,, ;,v ,i���
CABINET MAKER.
i- .     with .1   A. Lee.)
��� i    and    solli i
on  furniture  a
and    tore furniture;  all
i - paii
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D.V. LEWTHWAITE
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House  Phone  B 2''
m. of Monday,
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. .    No.euil.er.   1908,   fOT     tiie
<,fflCe -Phone l��>.     Barn 'Phone (                 , 1,,.,sill,.r ,������ the &       ���
Columbia Btrest .   mm-.i��� i*.   laJarj    II-*
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an:   pari rllv cierlt
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lWo .... onlj   exi     Aed his pur-
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,,,      .        , tai  ''"   ������     ������' lng ���"'������ i Ised ;" anj oi th.  . ���
..l wlll co   m. ii.,. building right awa-   I consider
the    Vani oui * * w ' Btminster
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the oi      thing ln evidenci  and
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LIMITED
T. R. Pearson, Manager
New  Westminster,   B. C.
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Also for        at HALE BROS. A C ). and'
PACIFIC REALTY
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THE  DAILV NEWS.
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TOO LATE TO  REPENT.
The President of the New Westminster Conservative  Association in his
ess on Tuesday night, if the Columbian reports hlm corn ctly, -������
his faith In Sir Wilfrid Laurier, that
be  would not  adopt   the  foolish    attitude of not continuing the work   of
development in British Columbia, and
the prosecution of the work of deepening the ship channel of    the Fraser
River.    A few days ago the fact that
this work was  under way    did    not
count,  and  the  Minister    of    Public
Works  was held  up to  ridicule    because he was  taking  means  to
the  work accomplished  in  as spe
a manner as the most modern appll
ances could perform lt.
"Laurier    and    Loot. l'lirn    tin.
i_ascals out,"   "Laurier and   his  pack    ___  	
of grafters,"    "Political    thugs,"    and Newfoundland   Election.
everything   mean    and     contemptible      gt< Johns. Nfld.,   -Nov.    5.���Returns
that could  be    .-aid    of    Sir Wilfrid  tR)m tht> generaj  election    in    Xew
their policy
Everything Good to Eat at Welsh s
l1,:,;; at prices that are right.   If you will give us a trial order you will be convinced that this is the
inicest, cleanest and most satisfactory Grocery Store in the city to trade at.   Give us a trial; you
can do better with us.
Laurier and his Cabinet
and administration, was
t.he same president working and
voting In opposition to that administration and policy. What can an.*
sane man expect, except that Sir
Wilfrid will interpret the voice of the
electorate as being opposed to tue
policj and program of the Government, and therefore accede to its
wishes. The member elect seems to
have scaled down to this view when
he said "that the Government could
nol make the channel any worse;" Mr,
Tailor realizes jus-- where we are at,
and knows how helpless he personally will be to get the Government to
view the people's verdict in any other
wa; ��� or approach the men he has
classed under such hard terms, in the
hope of getting them to continue the
progressive policy they were engag :
upon. Already large interests have
called a halt in view of the position
we have placed ourselves in, tit it
is to be hoped thai the new Chamber
��� ��� ommerce, In process of formation,
will be able to strengthen Mr. Jardlne's hands in an effort to gel
rnment to disregard , the efti
the campaign put up !,i the gentlem in
and his associat. - who now     i I
pi nl   as   to  ex:.:. ?.   faith   :::  Ca
great, si statesman.
That  the electoi a ������ were mis!
I 11   ���   '.   the   i ami -'--n    ol
��� and il   and si con lly  by  the  I
- ilored ri porta al   u    Borden  -
in- the country, ther     can      ������    no
doubt.    But  If the' Governmenl
. i.ie, to fully respei i the voice i
��� -��� - 'orate,  which   couty  only   ! e
its policy as a whole, then we Bay we
I ive no possible cause for com
and   ;li ��� people, especially the Toi I
who misled them, and not the t;
ment. wiil be to   Lame for any _
etback 'his citj and dlstrk: maj ex*
perience. This is the only honest n ij
of viewing the situation i Mr. Lee ��� it-
ivithstandlng)   an I   ���-. ���  one know,   li
��� tter than the mi mbi r-elect, and his
tall   about wrei   ...    oun   -   Ike   the
'���' , ���   ' - Mr. B    len
���aid bis follow, rs were   nlj too i .
hold o
al   ���:. ���  cost, ii thi  -        .rati   ha
In consoling th< noi
���    :.
:
' ��� thi on
. :
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���      ���   no trac    ..
��� _.'... ���   ���
t.     ..n ;���,���'..
81i i  La trier,
foundliund   last   .Monda..   are   yet   far
''���v  from    complete,    only    nineteen    of
thirty-six   seats  in   the   next   colonial J
legislature having been accounted for.
Of the nineteen seats, the premier, Sir I
Robert Bond,    has    won eight.     The.
other eleven districts returned    can-i
didates  favorable to Sir Edward Morris, head of the opposition, or People's
party,    and    a  former    member    of
Premier Bond's cabinet.
$30,000 Fire at Penticton
Penticton, N'ov. ,">.���Fire has destroyed Pomerog's fruit and tobacco store,
K.'tu & Sons* harness store, and Wea-
tli'i rb: 's barber shop. The loss will
reach $30,000,
Turkeys and Chickens
AT Tin-:
Central Meat Market
ike.
Settling Papermakers' St
Glens  Falls,  X.   Y..    Nov,  5  -Thei
papermakers employed  in  the Inter-  j
national   Paper  company's   plan;    ar I
Fort Edward who wont out on  strike
Aukust   l  because  the  companj   proposed  ti  5    per cent,    reduction    in
wages, held a meeting last nigh; and
decided, it is .announced, to accept the
reduction.
J. New some & Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
��� FOR
THANKSGIVING
Corner Eighth St.  ind    Fifth Avenue
PHONE .-.70.
BOWELL &  ODDY. Proprietor*
First   President  of Cuba  Dead.
Santiago Nov,  5.���Thomas  Es
Palma, the Brai presld nt
tblic,   died   last  uitttt-
HEATING STOVES
If you want a heater for soft or hard coal or wood we have them.
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks, han Isome in appearance and al! with
.: ny nickle trimmings.   Also large range of airtight heaters.
Do not forget to call in and inspect our Oxford and Lorain
Ranges, the ranges that give real  genulre satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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WOULD MAKE  NEVADA
GREAT    RACING   STA"
Reno,  Nov. 5.���The Sp irks  Foi
i he anti-gam ling <       i   I       ithorltj
tor  ih.-  statement that  eml   a
T,  H.  Williams of the n.-u   i'aliform
joe;,e   club are in \.:   citj    Th .   u
to  .   nsull   li glslatlve  can Udai
the pi     - -���  of secui lug legl ilath n bj
i ���  a- .!   legl     '   ���     th it   will  ; ermlt
hor  ��� i aclng to be chart   ed in N    ���   i
for a p> riod ol    i five years,    li
la the     ��� ��� ��� -    ag to the ton -
authority, of thi     u etrai '    ii i
pie to make Nei ada a racing   tal ��� noi
< [nailed to an.. In Hi    union.
Prince   Rupert  Without   Fsh.
Prince    Rupei      B. C,    N  .   '..    \
i. .    i    ' ii-   ol uffal '   e .;��� i     ti Prince
;     . ri in the fl h it. lu   I ���     \It ioti|
v Ithin i iventy mill i ol the most   oj
iiibui   lank    in   the   world
not a ii ii < tin bo )i:��� 11 iti Prim .��� Rupi i'i
(bi i ive iv mon ey, a i ail the fishermen
for the / .'i.-.i two b eeks   have
baking a ��'i;ll earned hoJidajr,
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Breakfast, (.  to 11 a.m.
Ltincn.  11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Waterproof Shoes
Men's Waterproof Boots
Geo. A. Slater's "Duk-Bak"
Geo. A. Slater's uDry Sox,?
'Doctor's Special "
McPherson uAnti-\\Vt"
These are first class makes, and
keep the feel absolutely dry,
will
Women's Waterproof Boots
The "Cross," Velour Calf
The Geo. A. Slater "Dry-Sox"
The "Empress," elk hide soles
The "Marsh High Merit"
Ihis is the Store for Waterproof Shoes
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T
vt
HERE'S a   tendency to-
wards good clothes
days.
Men   dress   much  better
than  they   did  a   few   ,' ���
aur<��.
Wo ask men who app
high grade wearabl
and  see  our  hand
att
cal
showing of
< Garments.
all am
]  Wii
Not high pricei
ni:.-.. grade   not at a
I  I
Note the handsome
shown in our windows,
May we have th
of showing you the season'
best ?
LONELY SUITS
We've put prices on our odd lines dl suits thai  will make
It will pay any man to buy one of our lonely ��ults.   NOT!
se|
PRIC:
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN
House, Ltd.
Nev/ Westminster, B. C.
o. c.
Suits $8.00, $0.00, $10.00, for 	
Suits $12.00, $16.00, $10.00, for 	
��� Special line of Boys' _.*weal*��rs;  regular $i.(l" and $1
75c and $1.00.
.$6.95
.$9.95
ir  ���
ill
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REID & CO.
THE
CLOTHIERS
Phone 442
_����__ FRIDAV
N0V
6. 1908.
THE  UAILT   MEWS.
pace Fin:
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<(&*#*&*%*' ���- -' ���-;:;--��--::--��-i:**-i;* o
$J Ihe Cash .Stores I. tl. SMITH Tlie tali Stores
j
I
lore Startling Bargain News |
For Watchful Shoppers
W'  ���'��� u   leaves, early
���''      " rate in Manitoba.
Cl
Away Go
Ladies'
High Grade
Umbrellas
,       lc'a:'   'I ivana   cigai
mer::    -
B.  ('.  Cigai   i:
of   exclusive
made  by   the
**
... u
Ji      "'" ������������ :   ��� place i
_.���'"' Mi   3 Cecill     ,; ,urke. ser:..
on Nov. 17
^^^^^^^^ second dan^i-
ter of Vlr. and .irs u, D, Bourke, to
Frank Mal on      oi Vancouver;
Tl* * !" si Place o get tali bulbs and
first-class cut flowers is Davies'
greenhouse,   Tel.   B 208. **
Arthur Butter, who lias been living
across the river for some time, leaves
on ) visit to the old country today.
lie will visit his old home, Weston*
Supi   ��� Mare,  .: hen  in  England.
Gooii ;-
'.<>'������'������ i.l
T.   ���**������  I -...-ni -:i.    crown  ���
timber i this cits   ind on . of ���
the ol of the coast  distric
Is   lying in   in   Vancouvi
lie was 'Uddi nlj  stricken on Sun ...
and   bis ll        .,.:,..    reported
very low. Mr.  Higginson  Is 66 , ��� ���
of age.
Specials in      j
Rocking Chairs I
Regular $1.25 for   90c
Regular $2.25 for $1.90
Regular $5.00 for $4.50
LEE'S
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S  BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
Sevcntj Bve cent Columbia Disc records going in .".ii cents. .1. H. Todd's
musk' house, Hun- block. **
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T.i ��� offii   :'   returns  oj   the   recent
J. lection   tor the   House of  Commons
for this riding are announced   its ioi-f
lows:    Taj lor, 2846;   Jardine,    2020;
Conaervath - uiajorlt;, --nr..    The    re-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   I turning officer, T. .1. Armstrong, de- j
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old clared   ���**���'    Taylor  elected   yesterday
Spon"    cigars       The    old    reliable _attt��j    Le    allot boxes had been open-'
** i.< d and I ii    rotes counted.
Leaders
AT
en in tne  fc_agie     *
was a large at !*
*.   I.. O. I.   1593  f.
Ridiculous Prices
SI.25 and $1.50 Umbrellas for 75c
��� "/��������� ii   in the Ioi     Good,       vlceable um r.'iias.
���'���   ���   frames, fancj   pearl and bone bandies, n<    one
it what i* well worth $1.2.1   o $1.50.   To keep up
��� lemonsti ate  the  fact  thai   we are Ind...,
i ��� ai  eastern prices    ... ���- are offering this mag-
tion    tl  75c each.
S2 and S3 Umbrellas ior Sl.50
I     i. ���      lis lol .a :���. ���    mot hi
jun mei        md R       .... ���  ���       i
��� *...-.���     .  : .- _ , ar  $2 00   to   >    -
    $1.50
���r-.Q brands
lo
y*     The Daughi  . -   if England will give      A basket social was held last even
�����*   in at   lorne at   the residence oi  tvirs.  lng bj   the Orangemen In the Eagl
..��  Disney, Agnes street, on Nov. 18. Four'hall, at  which tiiere
*f  nev    members   were   initiated   at   ajtendauceol both _exe
 eting held Wednesday evening. and the True Blue   lodge   were    thej$
promoters  and the  proceeds will   bi O
Alben   Bamfield, of Hazelmere, lias ���,,..,,.. ,, ,._ ,.     '       ,   . .  , ���
devoted to the object i ol thi lodges, ft
ii,ade  application   to   the water   com
misstoner   for   a    record   of   twent, , by   ^   _..    R   Q   p&tterson    j   gU]
^^__ ^_ .wellCluti        occupied the chair dur
purposes from  Campbell creek, ,       . .   .
| ing tne musical program, and gave a
For    sale���Seven     roomed     house,
bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   wood-
shed;     horse   stall,   carnage   house; .    clearing out crockery ware at cost;
fruit  trees; on   full  lot.    For  further       .^   ... ��> ^
particulars apply to owner. 192 Fightb
street. Ah   flay,  convicted of  -elling   sain
suey withoui .i liquor license, wn,
fined   SI1 ������       ��� ..   city    police    court
Fre^h   local   honey,   pure   and   goo 1
com!, and glass, each    25c
Three pounds  wal'nuts    50c
Three pounds good butter  ....$1.00
Hungargian   flour    $1.65
Phones 193 am
44
Th,
e   People
Grocer
. The  baskets were put ui) for auction  O+^'-^+O+O+O+OO+O+D+O+O+O*
���........���,,    ....    ..    record   of   twenty K.   ^
llnches   for domestic  and agricultural
C. A. Welsh
0*O9O*O*0+0+00*0*0*K��0*K��&
short   iddn      on the gunpowder plot
of which .- .wi< tne 303rd anniversary.j
MEW   ARRIVALS
v\    CUBl
to Bpcra Cloaks
: i       - Covei        n   ���
Special Sale of Linens
The ("Kneral I  ,���',-   place yesi irday of
Mi...  I....:...     .. . dii d .i    the    '���'.��� . al
Columbian hospital at  the age of 41.
The interment   took    place    at    the
��
i Church of England cemetery, Rev. c.
W.   Houghton - dictating.
'l he funeral will take place on Saturday of Ole Oleson, the young Swedi
who died at tbe Royal Columbian hos-
Tiie remains
I al the Lutheran .   me-
A meeting
at   R al '     to ��� :l le wha
oi    thi
nd   th<    ' lapltals   ������:   Re
. the Minto cup
next year,
drawing tor the la t game      .
will
* cl ta i. ....
. Q  threi aining to be played
: O  in    the    prese n
charge against  Ah
Clow, who was supposed to share the |
ownership ol   the  store    where    the
wine was seized, was dismissed as hei
\. as able to show he ha 1 disposed   of
his Inti  - -*    The :' ittles seized wer.- j
. on.i.c.i- I
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON  VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
C .:  fl ifl -is am
Tidy,
kinds.
*��
cMenemy   &
Phone 192       Pacific Meat Market
Anderson
Columbia St.
series.      Vesti   I
T. M. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
iQ.e.eninu Q. Clu ���   " feated  A.   B   tti
. ���   bj   22 points, *.*. hi!    K. C. Brown won
-    Lui " -: 0. Ch :r '���' '��� b> '���' ;,,iuts-
the
ti
F'W       *9*. ^���������.    _-�����     >*���       �����* ���������       "���*.     ������"  .  ������**���       ���w.yw.__.       -r. ,-'��*. ,--�����- ..**���*-,  >��-_*(|.    (**.
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L   Tenders toi  the su structure of
! 1 ridi.e over il'.    North Ann to replace
| the present Lulu island bridge have to
i be in bj  tomorrow, but   up   to   the
i.resent  none    have    been    reoelved,  vjpe .mi, cu[Siin.    ho,h   departments
Uiough from the applications for plana having  been  improved    considerably.
; trom  contractors,  it    is    anticipated  jirs. Archer has had a long experience
that at least a dozen tenders will fc J h. th), management    of    restaurants,
An       .. tn tl
and i:   ���-. of A an 1 D. C
���i . ���    the    ��� ... lurii -        - .
the .;... up   il
-     ai ' :
- asou, the ��� of a
i - tn]       ���   Instr ict w    - Ing  (ti orablj
i      Definite    arrangi ments
ul'h ' to this will be made at a
me 'tin ;   -*' A and i) companii - a ;*-o-
' e held on Thursdaj  i ���  n*
:��� drill,
Emp      cri un sodas, 25 cents  pei
tin.    K; le's, Front street, **
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������***��� *���������������������������������������������
One of Our Mottos:
1       Prompt Delivery
ffW^
During the short time the Royal IX
(late Lee's) cafe has been under thei*
management of .Mrs. Archer, many j J
favoral le comment*
crproof Shoes
The kind that will
keep your feet
DRY during this
awful wet weather. Remember
we guarantee our
shoes waterproof.
These Shoes are
sold only by
it
The Reliabl
i received.
j, McDonald, a I tllor who tor - imi
time pasl 1ms     ��� n  located on    Front
1 gtri et.  will Bhortlj   remove to    more
^^^^^^^^^^^     have been hear.I  ���
on the improvement both in the Ber-|X
We spcciali..  ���        art of our
business and can guarantee sat
Is faction to our customers.
Canned  Goods
We have just received another carload of the famous
Tartan Brand Canned Goods
Fruit and Vegetal.les. Be sure
to try these goods before buying
otherB,
Public Supply Stores geo. adams
Get the Habit
Farmers,
Attention!
Galvanize
i ii'.-s and toardlng houses. ;itid is assured ol an increased patronage In the
near future.
it t;.   city   counc.i   does   not   act
p  ii with the provision of addi
i lona I- *.-.-.��� ii.. immodal Ion, espe.
elallj : r the Orientals, the scandals
of tl uriai ground related by
Dl ��� particularly in "Blenlt
Housi are likely to be .' ," ated
right here, Negotiation i are In pro-
oth tor the laying out if the
new cemetery for Chri tlan burial,
and ������ ll'. the Chinese for a bi c ion i|!
their  . scluslve   use,     Put      ineaiiu all*
th *  UOI  room  tor tile  und. i in'o I
r t....  old    cemeti i,-.    ��v ith    .,
hearse,
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Prop.
rhone   92.
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��� us    ^^^^^^^^^^^
|.,,;, B   . in i your farm? Mos-   ,,, , -A!
,,;- you do,  and to ���neon-1 ��� ���
you to tin >���*���' sway all  th is -
,,  .   ;  alo   ones  you  have   had
are offering    the "'>'   l noU8e la81 "������'���'��� In the real old
M li tl .una held the I oard
il
runk
Insured?
M, |ong   we are offering    the "������"-���*���  '   "*"' '"'*"'  "' "����� i��'.n uiu x
;���s,   heavj   weigh)   i-.ils.    3 orthodox manner.   The tall handsome ���
3jze   ;,, 30c, 35c, and 40c each.; 'il!i'"'   *Ben   W,  Cutmlng),    and    the *
snap you cannot of-!ylrtuou8 lMlt  "'I'''1  :""'  tempted ��" S
.  Inn iiniortiin O
  "IM... I
ton
onlj
l . i ml *���-' and Is for todaj
i Miss Fargo)  were much to Hit
j a. al io was the honest,
j ate   husband   (R. j, Cotnans),    Tin
I tragic portions of the pity weie well
ow's Sp-cial���Writing Tabl��t�� J relieved  by  the effort* of tlMiC, the Q
P .Iz..  Your  choice  of several   M'w  <***   '"^"Klyn.     ���nd     Brtdgel   O
ti'Hool    (Miss    ROget'S),    whilst     the o
ITomori
Lette
Gr,idec, 10c each.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
buy for cash    and sell for the
(I'Hooi   (Miss    ROget'S),    whilst    the q
' two  children named   in   Ilie    east     as   f.
.Master [Prank Relohardl iwnii.i andl
Irene Relohardl (Venn   caused   fro-:
i quent applause by their pretty actingi
an i dancing. Tht. seems showed n!
polloe station, an Irish woman's -..card   tt
ling house, u cellar saloon and a home o
and thp play terminate I with virtue o
triumphant and the happiness of the ��
deserving ones. Myera and Vedders, ^
is  well  a;   the   rninl
And  ||  v.nir house  furniture,   clothing,   etc.,   insured'.'     lf   not
i . innol afford to take th(< ohanoe ol losing it In a few minutes
by (Ire  when  you can insure Ij   in   a   reliable   Canadian   COmpanj
for $1000 at a COSI of loss khan a cent a day.
.nyone will admit that it |a worth more than that to be with*
���  the worry of finding your home In ashes some day    with    no
i  . n atlOO for your loss.
hei me quote you a rate on either a now poll. |   ir an old ono as
I can sr.vu you money on your premium.
elen
tvr*
iu this cast. ;,dded to ih.. amusi monl
or interest In tha drama.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  ^WS,
FF.iDAY. Ncv  6
I, C. R. EMPLOYEES QUIT
INTERNATIONAL UNION
m i- MMsfrtfcw-wBB
ll
��f__a7i->
Canadians Organize  Separate' Brotherhood.  Having Tired of Repeated
Friction with Federation,
Uoncton, S. B. N v, 5,   The Inter-
national Brotl      ood of Railway Em-
,    pes on the I. C, R. is no more, but
thi   Canadian Brotherhood ��� ������  ���*��� illwaj
���     ha .   .   and
-.--.���      of tin   former
order as nc    ..   mbi ri of the latter, it
,  ,-��� i  ...    organization,
-... .   the i on of the    tnter-
..:.,. ings have not  gone
, . thlj  ; -    hey might hav.-, and
..;:  Oct,   12   last   ::   meeting  was held
and the m w order . a    ��� rmed.   A. R.
er,   of   Halitax    is   now   grand
lent, and M. M. McLean, of Halifax  grand s   retar;    i usurer.
"Progress
mM\
tl all
199
Laiii
ta
(j>R0-J^5S
���the brand that is si
with  the   unconditional
guarantee of satisfaction
or money back.
_-*o*o*o*K.*c*cc*o^*o^_^��oo*K>**K^^ i Canadian P
1F_Y0U WANT A_BARGAIN
~now is youfTchance
ise Records!
All new and the latest.       Usual price 75 cents.
C.
adfic Railway Co
������"'tish Column.. ''
Servi
-oa��t '
'.in,
TiME TABLE
VANCOUVER
-"���in '   .
VICTORIA   ,r.TTl
ROUTE,
CR
MoHTRtAt/^
% WILL BE SOLD
? UNTIjL FRIDAY FOR
Remember, after Friday 1 sell no
more Records at this price.
o
VAN**��OUVER..v>CT0R|A
Princi.---. \
aouTid
J
Steami    i .
i - - ..
.   -   .
n
I
%      VANCOUVER-SEATTLE R0Ul   j
ner I i-
.-', ,1" .
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO., New Westminster
FRAUD. IN EXPORTS	
TO CANADA MUST STOP Dynamite Kills j      TENDERS
* Three only $-10 Columbia machines, nickled        c
��� horns.    Sale price $32.50 5 ���
ft        Three only $35  Columbia   machines,   red ^ '',    ,
horns.    Sale price $28.00 ?
one only $55.Columbia machine,  nicUed        8,WMT|
i"'^-    frde price.... $45.00 ^    ,,,,.,,,,,.
2
O   i'i-   .   .'.
Lea e   Mi �� \ .
. ���
XT
Montr.-ai. .Nov. _      .  London spei   il
fit ile says:    ��� Tin   l< ng .     i Uni   scan-
of prefi renci        aud     is    being
. ,i ight befori   . ... ii menl by Mitchell
Thomas    Fountain,    principal   of the
, -,-.- al departmenl of the g it  rn-
:.-.,-      ���     of trade, who rei ently de-1
Many Railway
Workers
N'ov.
Dt namite
is
i lared   in i                  efor.   the depart* certainly  killing  off   railway  laborers
mental comniii ������    ...   eei ain foreign engag   I   In    he   construction or    the
.   :   ... re very Largely repacked here transcontini ital east of this city. Two
and   declared   as   British   on   export, ,,v, ,-,, killed Sunday in Parson's camp,
thus   fraudulently   securing   the   pre- seven were  killed and  two died  from
.  rence on entering the colonies.   The injuries in Webster's camp, north of
l'i tish official  attitude presumably is Dryden   on  Tuesday,   and   three were
ilia: the fraud is on the Canadian and killed  ,n   Engolf    today,    All    deaths
noi   on   the   |3ritish   exchequer,    and were the  result   of dynamite    explo-
wiiii thi-  Canada  musl   deal.    There sions In the leep rock cuttings on the
is littli              however, thai a strong
Can..dian      represi ntation      to      Mr.
Sealed    ��� n iei -   ad Irei sj d
undersii a -.    and   ��� ndorsi d
for  Public   Building,   Vernon,   B   (
will in.  !-. ceive i at this   off <
1:30 p.m. oa   Fridaj.    X* vi m - -
L90S, for the construction of a ,
building at Vernon.
Plans and spi cificatlons ean
an.! forms of ti nder o itained .:. this
Department, and on application to the
l'o. tin,..-ier at Vernon.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered u
made on  the  printed   form  su,.
ind signed  with their    actual    -
tures.
Each  '��� nder  musl   be accoi
by an accepted cheque on a eha
lo    B   \_/ m-*" DL'    \J    I W IMt/l \_l
Nt!W   WESTiVllNSTER
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O+C+3+0+0+D+C2+O+0+0+Q+0+0O+O+Q+O+0+D+OO+0+O+C+C+O+Q
WEST   (
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iand 20th of ���
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sublet   sections of   .1.   D.   Mc Arthur's   iank,  made   payable to  the order of
contract,    All Tuesday's  victims  were   the  Honorable the  Minister of P
Churchill will lead to thi  enforcement   Canadians
of :in   existing law againsi wrong ox-
port declarajions.
today's were Danes.
REICHSTAG   MAY   STAND   BY
CHANCELLOR VCN  BUELOW
CACHED AMMUNITION
FOR   AN   INDIAN
FIGHT
Berlin, N'ov. 5.- Th. reichstag reas
.-.-ii. ih d hi i- todaj I., ug before iho
designation hour the members gathered in the lob! les and the committee
rooms .md discuss .1 I he position of
Chancellor Von Buelow, Neither the
. . .in., mini ��� . . . ared
..a : the - xi i ptlonal.
ly  full  house  faci r ol  empty
Fi
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a thi
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Edmonton,  Nov. 5.���Workmen    un-
gagi d .a remodi Illag the old Hu Is m's
Baj foi - yestei lat unearthi d over 400
pounds    of    ammunition   oi    an
manufacture.    The  end    consists    of
aboui   100  shi       and ���::"1  pounds    of
powder which ha I bei n cached al th.
fool of the stairwa\f now rotted away.
Tin- sh.-ll.s are of [i c tliar  ������
onlj with the ..I i Ballar Is-:. Ice
di clan l I. .. militarj v.
i-n    Th   d ite on the cover ng
of i h    box wa    IS65    1 he cachi   ������ ���
���.nei  of    In
.- d the fort.
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10
cent.) of the amount, of the :��� n :��� r,
which will be forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter into a contract when culled upon to do so, or
if he tail to complete the work contracted for. lf the tender be not ac-
:epted the choline will be returni
The Departnn ni does not bin I ii ell
to accept the lowest or any ten I i.
By order.
N.M'. TESSIER,
Secretary.
p..     I'm.n- of Public Works, Ot
Oct. 20,  I 108
Newt pa] ��� rs will not   e paid foi
������ emeni   if they  Insert   It  with-
oui aul .ie: ity from thc Department.
^ m or each montb .
|     .. XMAS   GOODS..      : '
* J   '.iu.u.-ino,    ,i .
X repared to sh< esl Xn       lewelry S ���      vancouvek-nanai . -
�� exhi  ited  In   he city.    We have now the vert   article you hav<   -�� .   ,.   .
I * -j,--*.   .loan
J     ecided on for that Xmas present,    if you do noi wish to purcha i   Im*  #      Leaves  Vanc<
��� a--  will   put  any ari i ".     ide for you. *   ��� -. - inda
��� Remembi by   making your choice early you have a full   ange ���  - ;1  ,,,_
��� I   VICTORIA-NANAIM0,      MANAI
COMOX-UNIO\    ���
S.S. City of '. ii
v        Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton  Watch  Movements. ���      Leaves Victoria
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arrives  Victoria  :���
s s.  Queen  Citj   ���
7  p.m.  Sund,!-.
:W. C.  CHAMBERLIN  Th�� """""��� I
HAVE YOU TRIED       OKANAGAN
CELERY?
THE
p. III.
u the l"       in thi   market.
Selected   Eggs, threi   dozen  for..
me j   Butte     hn ������ pounds :'��� ���
i.   id Flour, per   ack  	
RIVERS  INLET, VAN A'.::
ETC.
S.  S. Queen City.
���      i'n.ni Victoria 8 , ,m  everj
,       iay,  from  V i   ���
-���I''-00   j     lng  daj   for  .
'     points.    Returnini
I      .lay     afternoon;     Vic:
mom ng, via   I
. .  $1.00
.. . .$1.60
Adams & Deans
Phone 97
GROCERS        Prompt delivery
NORTHERN  B. C, ROUTE
S.S.   Amur.
1.. at.���- Vane 11���
every month at I
DP  Rt\
Beavet1���
From    New    V,
Wednesday and
Fron   Cl lliwa
ENVOY   DECLARES CHINA
FRIENDLY WITH JAPAN
To   o. .Nov. ;     Tan.: Shao VI,
cial  ' 1 m -.   ��� ;. ��� ;,    to    the    Unlti ,
Stati.-  from  China,  will sail  foi   San
Francisco on the steamer Mongolia to
"'���* ��� accompanie i bj a large suite,
11 ring  bis  visit   to Japan  the i nvo;
,l;|-   ��� ��� ii ' ���    ��� ���     -in of much atten-
'    peecb he said that
��� ���     mistaki n in think-
���'..in.i was evi n slightly    un- j
friendly t , ;i ,|  thai
��� ���      -     ' ng    I ;        lie-'
ountri*        ....
In Manchui la
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SASKATOON   NOT   DONE
WITH  THE   ELECTIONS
I    .
1 . ;   ���
-;  In re.
II
iV.  C.  Suthi      m .    .
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KIDNAPPED   TWO-YEAR-OLD
CHILD   FOR   RAMSON
in i co, Nov. 5.���Francis W.
Smiih todaj swore out a warrant
charging .1. Pommer, the '������ ��� i"1.' of a
notion store on Stockton .-- n et, .-, ith
kidnapping his two-year-old baby gi I
. terday as ransom for ti broken
show window.   Smith is Incensed and
'declared that he will have the sum-
:... per jailed. The child was in the
.-are nl' Miss. Louisa Kobele, x nurse,
���est< rdaj. siie had wheeled the babj
out for a walk and left It In front of
the  store  while  she went   inside    to
' make a few purchases,
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Pass-
;eng'er bervice per
bb. ^Favorite
��� 0*��0*0*K)*k:*0*��00*C*K)*C*��0*0*K) O*��O*K.*O*>C*��O*��CO4C-K.*0*tC*��>C*O   tnd Saturday,
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��� Now is the time to look after your \ JxorM [
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackraan-Ker's wharf daily
at 2 p.m.; additional trip on Mondays
leaving at 5 a.m.
Returning  leave  Westham  Island  7
a.m, daily,  except Fridays  at 6 a.m.;
additional  trip on  Saturdays, leaving
ial  5:30 p.m., calling ai  Steveston as
Inducement offers.
EYES
reservati ��� -      '
:! res a
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".vent    ���������"��� ���'   v��<-8tl "'!
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Oener��l  Snoer'ntondi 11
8 Call in
Eyes Tested Free
RYALL'S
WHEN  GOING EASJ
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU
"THE NORTHWESTERN 111
,| KiKht Train*  Every D��v It
BETA! EN
Mnkes Wheels Turn.
Newark, N.J., Nov. ."..���Upon the an-
i    nl  nl  Mr. TaiVs election tola    ��� h     i0     opi'i .iihes in  two '��� real
th'.ea i mills In th    i Itj  weie notlfli d
..v. ould   e tesumed
i_e>        inlay,    Since    last April    the
��� - ii running on pai I time.
DRUG
STORE
0*��C*>0*>0-��0*0*CO*��0*��0*0*0-K)4G  0*O*O'��O*K)��O*O0*0*��0*0'��O*0*0       IVHnneapOIlS, J ���
and Chicago
Grand Trunk RyJPennsvl���- ^^ ^^    4T        -ethmnk
���    -    ...    .    I'    .lcNab,
will retln   to make wax for Hon. ,1. A
     ��� r ol education, who waa
i��� d in Wej   um.   The inmoi fur
-Hi- r  adds    Ilia;   .1.   A.   Algln,    ol       he
I'le" ii x, wil] si.in ' toj  tin   ���. ,ii   .i be
vacati .1  ie.   Mr.  Sutlu rland, and  that   12
oppi   Ition  candidates   will   be   forth-      Train from  the east   will arrlvi
coming    io    i ontei i   but h    idtj    an I   23:00,
county,   In.   Monro,, unci   Paul    Som       Train   from   Seattle   will   arrlvi
in. i feldl   1 g   nu ii.ion. tl, 18: 15,
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Canadian Pacific Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
A'l'1 ;'-!| tl ness centers of
ONTARIO, Ql I Bi i   and  the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADI ' Niagara Falls.
For Tin.' Tables, etc., adflress
GEO. W,  VA'jX.
A isii  .ie   Gen !  Pa   ....   und Ticket
Agent, 135 \ lam   . ���    Chicago, 111.
ennsyivania
Blacksmiths
RAILWAY COMPANY
-
��� at e
Train    for
New West
i Mi   Sunda; .   Nov.
-
minster at
Train fo -    will leave al ' :20,
Train   for  lhe   ICasi   aad   Kootenaj
Westminster    al
tu: 20.
Train from the  Basl  will arrive at
COAL
BEST    QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
����. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
iii:      NORTH-WE!
Embodies the newest   wd W
[or   COMFORT,   t "������*
,���d   LUXURY.      '        '
��� both  electricity  and  % *
brilliantly   llll"";���   ' 1
j world.      I he   ��� j
: private   Ci
; 16 section  sleepei .
I car, reclining
1 modem   day
; brary and smoking
F. r    I  "
further inform; t
F. W. PARK!
im Second Avenue
-F.OFESSIONAL.
at
al
CO   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
WINNIPEG   EDITOR   IS
COMMITTED   FOR   TRIAL   t'OM apply
For further pni-ilcuiars and reaervu-
V.W QOULBT,
Winn .'��� . i   VV   Dal ������   i -Vgent, New Westminster.
tor of thi    Vii : ���..   Pn or to C. 13   Pi ISTER,
coin' i     trial   yei ",\ Asst    >;. ill.   PaSB.    \Rt.    V'ineonv.tr.
with  erf] el. b    tin   i       i    il	
I'    t
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block, New Westminster, B C
Anrnnf. *
���^5"*   Trade Marks
Wf>* Ui ;tn9
Copyrights Ac.
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THC       DAILY       NEV/   8
WANT   HELP.
lie'
AV,.'   ,    ' 'AA S A
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     . a.'.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
TWO   rJoor*   from    Geo.  Adamn,   Grocer
Ladles' Cold Watenea from $12.75 up.
Qentlemen's   silver   Watch*1    opOT
fare. $6.00.
Qentlemen's silver  Watches,  double
cane, $7.50 >ip.
Ai-ent. for the celebrated South Mend
WatcheB, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic i'i- ieditl        v.11 warranted.
I'tiiilni,  Ring*,  .iewf-irv, etc.. et.n.
Watch    re(,, r im-;     (ftiargei    reason-
ahl 11.
S.S.   RAMONA W A'
I corner     C<
CAPTAIN   DONSER.
"
Regular saillnys between
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
eniiiiiK nt. Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission und way ports, with pan-
lengera and freight,
Leaves Brackman &. Ker wharf,
Now Westminster, Tuesdays, Thursdays  and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves Chllllwacll Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For   rales   and   particulars,  apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
corner
streets, New Westnlnsf
T   .VHKALLBR."
J\.   [ic tor,  etc.
opposiie Court  il"
gter.    l'i'.i'i*' '���,;!-
W   ters an.l *
12   I    "
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Columbia    * ei
W. J. Whit
M
locQUAB^!
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Mtl'lN  &
Westminster,
('Jar .
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NEW   WESTMINST
lt.   WHITMO
��B��&.
STER.   B.   C.        | ,,,, ,A    Mi .:��� ' ��� '
RF, Secretary.      ��� : ''* Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
F LOU R
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.50   "     "
minal $5.50   "      "
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. NewWestminster. Telephone 333.
4-
**_*���
1
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer*  in All Kind*  ot
Umber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
v
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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MOTHERS:
Here is a Snap in
BOYS' BLUE KNAP
REEFER COATS
Xavy blue, mostly with gold
buttons; '50 only; assorted
sizes. Our regular $3.00
and $3.50 lines, and good
value at that. While they
last, yours for
$2.00 the Coat
Come early and get your
selection.
Bengal Causes Uneasiness
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211   Columbia Street
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ptly    suppi east        \    Km-
ation officia ,. acked oui
:... and h .- carriage
stoned    Om - Footmen
i leaped
av_*rj
1
RUSSIAN   SOLDIERS
FIRED   AT   OFFICERS
St. Petei
;. . _��� .   i.: Vs
t thl    :. .- -...:,   ��� . , -. . y.
.,    ��� -       .   n:  ������:  -      era I
... tnman ier    >_ ..-,*>���:.
��� .    .   Mltsi ' ��� e greal
���   - _ :. ..... stlns
eli ...   ..-  war v. ith Ja] a
rhe general was ac     -   ������������ ���*       bj
the staff offl< ( ra ai I .lev.     Man;
of the bulleis Bred  bj    the    so
i passed over the heads . - - :Seers.
: but il.���   : ���'..���  ...  .ii I *. :.���   .. I      ini were
wounded.     Many  arrests ������ n
in i l<
BAPTIST UNION IS NOW
AN ACUIMPLI.HED FACT
t
X
| PRINCESS CHARLOTTE
LEFT   CLYDE MONDAY
[���**H"M"I"M* ���1"!"1"I"I"H"1"I-'
na
���**���
"Nd man ever di JC i I bat he
ta i  made a .-��� rio ta    ml .take    by
saving mone ."
Cold Weather
INTEREST.   It wort    nl _ht a$d day
ereal al woi    tor yo
our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
��� ci  [NTEREST.   Il worl        ;ht and day- h cannoi
��� ��� ��� interesl al woi    tor you       opening   an   accouni
A Man Who Is Worth While
nneces ary risk and ies not put    hi--*    money   Into
��� ���     scheme presented  wl omises large returns;  ral
Bfted with absolute   ��� urltj foi both principal and   n
such as Is afforded *, ���
���������   lhe  	
GOING UP
all over town you will see build-
in;:.- In which our materials are
; used. Come back >> ai -
from now ami they will be still
standing, solid an I e as the
���la; ' lej were b iii'. 1:' > .: i ni
i . ng that will  last    with
lit:.- ���- mtion and te-*. * . airs,
gi ��� building materials. They
a.v tin in the be fin
ning as well a- in the end.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
ias no unnecessary re-d tape allowed to enter into the
tion ot business with our customers.    Our theory' Is that
:    valuable to all Concerned.
Wi offer every up to date facility for promiitness and wish to
lo : uslness with you.
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.       F. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
Interest Added Four Times a year
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
II ____________
Victoria, Nov. 5���The new    net I n
Ahe co.is: servi      ���* the C. P   R.. the
I Princess   Cha. ol ���     lefl   Glasgow     at
j
noon on Mon       I ir \ .,-* ��rla, ai
.in-: to cabled advices received yest<
dn J. \Y. Troup, superintendent of tht i .���.-���. - aamshlp service
of the C. P. P..
The sti amei �� 11 i   11 ai S   Vinci m
In the A.so( e   ai Monte, ide        I Cor-
onel on her way her.-.    She will run
at an    ecomonlcal    speed about
twelve km ts an i is expi c  ��� - to   arrive hen  al    il Dec. *-i>
Liverpool Cup Betting.
London, Nov. 5.���The betting on
the Liverpool Autumn cup race (mile
and six furlongs) to be run tomorrow
is .as follows: Crathorne and Menu.
6 to l: Silent. Lady, 100 I 15; Eaton
l.ad. 8 to 1; I.ischana. 10 to 1, ������nd
Se-\ King, loo to 8.
"a
aad  1.   A
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.   . Inted foi :....:
��� '
. ���  . .,.>:,. .- now ������':. ������ o
..  ., te the wi Iting the
3 of the Maritime - - - and Quebec an i ol ... '���*��� - these conns to ratifj the work of I
delegates to 'his Ottawa meeting and
name representatives to si, ai the
firs: meeting ol the     '.ion.
This mee-tlng wlll ie neld In Toronto and it hv - -_.s-.ed that
all meetings ol the inion shal
held in Toronto. The proposal of union was adopted . ; j unanimously, and '.he fe< lng il the delegates
to the Ottawa meeting ia thai the
union wil ... complete succesa [
lowing : . idoption ot he union constitution thi convention look up proposals :.. combine the missionary, Sun-
daj  .-> hoo] and o is.
ARCTIC   BROTHERHOOD
OPENS  CONVENTION
Victoria,  Nov.  5.���-The  Arctic  Bro
therhood   began   its   convention
yesterdaj   afternoon,  ovei   a  hundred
delegates, rpresentatlves of camps In
many   parts  ot   Alaska,   arrived  I nm
Seattle yesterdaj   and a reception was
held al the Vii toi i.i tta atre al which
Mayor Hall  presided, and replied  to
bj  Thomas Bruce, pas; grand Arctic
ch ef, and C K. Claypool of Tanana.
candidate   tor  the  position  of g
Arctic chief.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
REbERVE          !        111,000,000.00
tonchei throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in  London,  England,
NVv-   Vork, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen*
f :'   Banking Business Transactod.
"ttri of Credit issued, available wl tL correspondents In all Dart* ot the
World.
U"S' Rank  Department.     Deposits  received In sums of $1 and upwards,
Bt allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate,  added
four tirr.es a year.
��Ul As,*-<8 "ver $108,000,000.00.
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but have a dainty collection of Pyrographic
WOOD TO BURN
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES  ji
or the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Ladies' Hair Dressing!
Massage and  Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner of  Sixth  and  Columbia.
P.O. Box 755.      Opp. Royal City Mills.
ROYAL OTY
WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
.���"--���iii**. Office  and  House Windows
Cleaned.
Janitor's Worl- Contracted for by the
Week or Month.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
GEO. COX  & CO.
or. Columbia and Carnarvon Sts.
New  Westminster.  B.C.
BOWLING
���wnrilll
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson ���&?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
In the house league games ai
bowling alley., yesterday evening
tween   Latham's and   Bryson's te:
the I'on.'iei; won oui by 23 pins, c
ei-on in-i I - the    highest    soon .
! while   Latham  secured   high  ave
with   144.1.
Latham's  Team.
1        _        3    Tl
McLeod   ....Ul    US    UO���104
| Milne         **-'    it"    127     I-i
' Hughes       I for !���'   Burnett)���375
An,ier-.mi    .   (foi  Montelth)���375
Latham    151    IBO   132���433
i
;        Totol     1936
i.r-
.ni.
lti
Cameron
-Monk   ..
VVlllette
Silver   ..
Bn .-< n
Bryson's   Team.
1        2        3    Til.
.. . lis 165 126���409
. 133 IH!  97���346
..   ill    138    129���381
...   i for Brown I��� 375
..   li'I    131    147���402
in
Total    1913
On Thanksgiving  Day  Victoria  wi
pte)   with the Royals.
GET   YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE UP  AT THE
Royal City lairdiy
Royal Avenue and  Blackie  Street.
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���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
0l.RIW0_.__ SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Kates on work of any des-
cription or quantity quoted
. :i application.
i Jackson & Morrison f
* A
j. Daily News Block. T
* New Westminster. Phone 388    A
* *
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Just Arrived
A new
assortment of
FANCY
LINENS
suitable for Xmas
gifts.
We  can   please  the
most fastidious.
A. J.   BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
THE WHITE HOUSE
V -
KICKERS   PREPARE   FOR
F3ATTE ON THANKSGIVING
A difference of opinion  .i_.  to    tin
merits of  the  plumbers  and  ca
;.-rs  in   this city  ns   regards   kicl
ai.iiit;.   will   be settled    on    Moi
morning, when two teams, one repr<
senting    the    Van itone    Heating
Plumbing   t'o..   nml   the   other  .-. i
posed    entirely   of    carpenters,    ivill
clash  al   .Mood.-,  square,    the    charge
signal being due at 10:30 o'clock, The
following   weird  collection   of   names
was brought to the News office >es-i
terday  evening   by   accredited   ��.���[._._.-
sentatives of the teams, wlio assumed
till  responsibility for  the publication
Of    the    same:       Teams���Carp.-liters.
goal, Cockney Currie;  backs,    Black*
I pool Bridge. Glasgie Christie; half
backs, Belfast Boh Porter, Johannesburg Stewart, Blondy Yuill; forwards.'
Methody Haslam, Bluenose Sibley,
Missouri Bill Hargreaves, Lancasnire
Dutsy Rhodes, Toberniore Porter; reserves, Rippling Brooks, McFat McLean; officials, Urban Chaplain (man-
agi i, Frenac .Morrison (trainer),
mascot,   Dntchie   Holland;     linesman
! Boquet    Tidy.    Plumbers���Red    Lead
IRoberts; full backs, Cement-lt-Wel]
Hess, Flt-it-Up McMurphy; naif backs,
Paper-Wall Spring, Speenorl Heath,
In-From-Dublin McElroy; centre,
Tory Spring: forwards, Conservative
Si ley; Fittings Mannering, Ma ���
Him-Sweat Parr; Strawberry Lews,
spare, Flowery Davies; manager, Fall-
Easy Kennedy; mascot, Young Rondo, aged l", weight 300 lbs.;  referee,
I Spouter  Sam    Davis.
.UDVERTISE I.N  THE DAILY NEWS
You Can Stand Behind
o ierty ;hat has value to hack it up like
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS
nov     elng offi red by ns, ln blocks from ono acre upwards.
ITS SITUATION
��� ��� easterl;   end of Lulu   Island,   nearest   New    Wesminster
���   citj    mitsj all facilities.    It is growing,   shingle
���        bl]   yards, cannery,general Btore nnd posl office.
SOIL   AND   SITUATION   UNEXCELLED.
Call for Maps.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88-109
Will  Celebrate  Silver Anniversary.
The    Reformed    Episcopal    church
wns organized in this city In the fall
of 1883, and  preparations are    being
.made in celebrate the twenty-fifth an-
i niversary of the church,  which    will
| take place In about two weeks    Rev
C. B. Allen  was ihe first  rector, and
the governmenl  deeded  the property
upon which   the  building   -minis,  and
I Right Rev, Bishop Crldge, of Victoria,
dedicated ilie   church.    The   presenl
j church  was occupied    for    the    tirst
time In .lune,   1899.    The    organizations of the church are In a health}
' Btate.
Earthquake   at   Carlsbad.
Carlsbad.     Nov.     5. -    Earthquake
shocks   during   the   last   thirty  hours
������-have greatly alarmed  the  people    in
| the  Carls .ad   dlstrici    in    Northern
j Bohemia,    The shocks extended  Into
i Bavaria.   No serious damage hi.   been
reported.
��� Electric Railway Service
���
���
���
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lnterurban   Line.
i"..rs   fer   Vancouver   and    way
Station!  will  run  every half-
hour   from   5:50  a. m      Lasl
ear h avefl at II  p. rn.
Iv. Vancouver ]1:::(M
-   thi   lepot    every
��� -��� -   for  both   Bi
perton a        ty limits over tl
��� ���>    '���
British Columbia
t     *     ��>     *,.(!_  . C     ��     *)     *)    *r    ���     *
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty min-
Ites after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a.  m
Bunday 8ervie��  bair-nouriy b*
tv-   i   v : p.m.
Electric Ry. Co., Lid
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Pr
Ui ���  thai piece    ol     rood
burn lo lay,
31    """'
Chrisi...I-    5nu .���.
thnn.
H. Morey & Co.
have a verj      nod    chi        nf
boxes    in    assorted     .|.  ,. .,
Bo\.-s    are   the   mo I   populaT
things    for    burning,    because
they are the most  useful,
See Our Window
Display
Prices away down
Morey's
217-219 Columbia Sheet I
mm
CHILDREN'S   SERQ��
SUITS     -    $2*0 to $6.501f^
An unusual assortmeni nr these serviceable suits.   Thej .  .
-  of English Estamlne and   liard  finished  Berges   in    *.-
colors.    The  perfect and high  ��� he ���    work    wiiich    is  |
these suits adds greatly to their   wearing   qualities; no .lanjj
earns pulling apart ln these suits; skirts are full plaited
and lined throughout and attached to waist lining, Sa
waists are separata from skirts, neatly trimmed in man; Instances wiih fancy yoke aud ornaments on sleeves. Suits
all trimmed with white and cardinal braids of various widths.
Prices according to size. $2.50 :" N*75, $3.00 to $5.75, $4.00 '���
$6.50; sizes for two years to fifteen years.
The Best Kinds
of���	
Boys' Hosiery
Thai   means the  hind of  hosiery   that   will   wear;   the   kini
that is made to appear peat at the same time.   We sell the i������ -���
Canadian wool hose made, aa well as Beveral English maki
worsted hose.
Boys' Heavy Wool Ribbed Hose
35c per pair
A special hose tor boys, heavy in weight, in all Bizes from
.: % to 1" inches; per pair 35c;  Cue,, pair for $1.00
A Special Ribbed Hose
50c per pair
Double knees, spliced  heels ami  toes, and yarn    ta twisti I
fine and hard;  a good wearing hos.-; all sizes; per pair ..50c
OUR BEST BOYS' HOSE
60c and 65c pair
Two lines, om   i soft wool hose, the other a firm spun woo
both lines arc* the best at the price that you can buy.   We have
sold the same lines for years  and can   recommend  them   with
every confidence.
NEW
C]ornforter
COVERINGS
This is the ���-��� a ��� i
cn    . Ings an   In   li
si arch of materia]   .���
us show you tii.  man    new
we have jusi added ��� - ���
this purposi.
Pal lej  patterns, Paisli
fancy floral designs    ai
per yard . ...20c, 25c, 30c and
Satin Finished
COVERINGS
50c and 65c
PER YARD
M   t.-rials     in     Which
patterns are woven in -
i ��� :  ,.- to cause you i
:,   : hat   th< 5  a
ble for cushion i ���
.. n 'oii. r covi   Inj -
A Complete Assortment of
LACE
TRIMMINGS
The new  laces hav,. arrived and you will be sun
pleased with them.   Trimmings on a dress add to Ite
pearance only when the  trimmings are nice  In  them
We are now showing the  nicest  selection    ol    lacen   ������
shown in New Westminster.   See our large show win    ���
sonic of the newest designs of
Pine English and German Valenciennes, Filet Valenciennes, Maltese.   Leaf,   Unen  and   Imitation  l-!'-  ���
Torchon. Footing l.aces,  Bead ings, Filet  Oriental Insertions and  Laces. Fine Cuipure, Kern Torchon
Bertions and Lace, Two-Ton,, insertions and Silk Laces and Insertions.    In n**rly  all  cases   ������
laces and Insertions to match.    New patterns in every style of li  mentioned    Ask to see them
you require lace foi any purpo ���
One   Hundred   Dress Goods
REMNANTS
At Big Reductions
Just that num >���: on the centre table,    These ends represeni   thi
.-mi     ieal sellers.    Full pieces have been  Bold   irom.   until   various  lengths
from i'i to 5 yards remain.   You can now  pick  up  many  snaps  iu   Liese
dr.ss goods remnants and ai substantial reductions,
fl"��
P
m i.A
lh
REMEMBER
i; sale of All  Wool ."���! inch Hits.. Suitings;  regular $1.26 and $1.50  vnlii'.-   at, pel  yard
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