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 FIKt:
INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES * CO.
tr.bia St.
[Phone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
WUKh WILL ABOUND THIS
AL 10 COUNCIL    WM IN WtSTMlNSTEK
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  TUESDAY MOR:
EMBER l   1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
Lengthy Protest Against the
Raising     Coquitlam Dam
Received
! land Road.
[ayoi  Keary,   Ud,
i   Mn..   meeting   ol
ev ning,    All i tie
ai   excepi     ���   I,
much bu in.
receiving an-
��� ference t.
ii  lake dam.
Laka  Dam.
rote as totiows;
op,    ill       vii en      \,i
Start of  Lulu
���    '     ���
City���New
I
Lit)    .
for  th.
In
building   ..
thei
.' in
th.        . ���   i
"'���*_$" "
'Mie Will  Hav;
��� 'ness in
tries.
Retirement of Chief Mcintosh POULTRY CUSSiFltD
To Take Place at Early Date     AS ANIMALS BK CUSTOMS
toe i authorizes  the  con I,   annoyance.    He wa     ap Dominion Government Take Energetic
;:i    !;.    i,.  W[]j   ^horth   re*   pointed   a   lanuary,  1905,  having I        Steps to Prtvent Foot and Mouth
OVERLAND TRIP fROM
VALDEZ 10 SEATTLE
���
rn. in ii
��� n lei
111
V. hen
���
il   i. an i
trial   ;.
Iven 'i..
lie li
i nn,
b, ad nt the ''">   police.
:   oi ii     :'������ gna-
hat th
in    . i
for eigln  years previously  po  ci
at   Vanco iver, and  patrolman
time    lh   n  Igned his office on
'���'     ��� I   '"������   Fi b.  ll .     ui   returned   ifter    --
thai    :���     \. ill     ri ' Ire   [ ,w   .?��� noi   i, with an addi-
i lon of alai hi comm lonei
ml tl ' fEic ������ ic) of lng thorough!. a fl, .1 with hi
'ha., been well main- duel of the depai ment Mr, Mcln-
he Is case-hardened [ tosh ha not made any plans for the
e. th, ie Is little doubt future, but believes thai he ean do
impla nti ol a cer* better foi himself In other sphere of
��� cit)   ia\    caused him  aci Ivlty.
Disease   Entering   B.  C.
"Cariboo Bill" Undertakes to
Make Arduous Journey in
Three Months.
'> trip ui   '..' I  ���... ovei land I
For the purpo    - of  pi   ,*enlng    the
��� ad of th.  oui break   of   fool   an l
:. in ('an ida ���! numbei  of
���'���* '���      passed     etween   the  vrai I, z, Alaska, to Seattle, is to be mr
"      ol -      om   and the col   dertaken by    Billy    Cooper,   a    well
.     .;   the different ports.   Tier      known musher of the northern regions
for   "'"    "'���'   "''   Westmin     r, iCooiier, whom is well known to many
i ii. i  i ii,J* a-*-
I   ,01
>"v
oil   V .,.
itaih'.,- coin
in of a  new   aho
ith of.I he . !oq i i
i. ,   of i ii i ,iiii���;
ibtaln    n     in .. i
.. ater    for     11
Lake Coquitlam
'.', ,,  ���  :
���   ���   |irotectlon   mr
. , V. 11'
; , ' r an ���   mal
......
necesBtt)   foi   the
ol   th,   cit)       In*
.   menl of a i   mi
....;.    n g 11
ind   rei
Water   Supply.
:,.    ei ection   "i
ie consequent fl
, of .,'.<��� Ian : . I uated
....   pi
able matt, i. �� hich
he wan i   "i   '
of thi   ��� lecti Ic ' om
��� lv tloode I ..a i drain-
,���..
..���
call) all the
ll    ���':. : '    :
HAMOSA Hill. NOT BE        TRANSFER OF SAUL IS
INED BV COMPANY\        GRANTED TB ROVERS ^.ir' E��
���
...
the
' '" :,
Mi,ell   ,.   , ... M,..
Be Towed  Down tc City   Full  Back  Line to Be  Strengthened  cn
an-.     iho.OL.ghly    Overhauled���
i.   ..  Charter CM-MR.  Boat.
Saturday���Junicr League  Defuncts
���Californian Club to Tour.
I ion ild ...       il ad
.    ���
ihe
i ii.   I:    al Ml
to mak
Wlllill   If
1
now
Ilea
foi
���
ing
v, ti, u ,
���
i   ���
mills, ���
pei : e if
���
��� ���  .
��� ���   ing of the   ��� ���   old       oi      At a nn i ting ol the Vancouver dis
. .-*      ...      , ��� ..  .         :        t lea        ... -eiilng     the    v. i
ning    In the oard    of I satisfactor ���   il'ecls a  wa     i iched    t.
m    M   ,,,..-'   i an   grant   the transf r of  Saul   trom
ild             le to iw down to  ���*������'  :               i the Kovi         i irant, ������
il .  Mi,      . ���     ��� ���  ,; ,  ...    , .  . ;.       ���   ,                 , - ...       ,   , ��� , \\-   ���
I :.���   rh . i   ne ir    Glen    \ a
��������� ago, an I whii h ; - ai    at
r
a .      aisi d   and
.. in Island, and tit an, tt, oi the National , ��� he Sham ucks. Tiie trans*
(' inlh llargn av s    and
1
ovei    u   mar-
���...'.
. ii in
el oe
���
In the i' " -
a  Mine
diffl. il
���
' aren ly  fail   condition    After   the David oi   fr m the Rovers to th,   Co
ches here, i; will be placed In lumbian college ware made, the) nol
Ir) lock an-i a thorough ��� ��� rhauling ha. a- en - .- ,. i place on the lln -
made  ....   compet. .,    m. n,   n oi li r to   up.
termine whether ii   is advisable    to]     the junioi  leiagu , on account ol
repair or dispose of the vei iwal    of    the    Nationals     ind
ng the timi   thi  Ramona will be Eburne,   wa_   declan I   defunct.    Th,
laid up, should it be decided to again IB. t'. cup  tie between    Celtics    an!
place it In commission, one of thi   C   Westham L- and was ordered to  ie
P, R, steamers, probably the Transfer    played  on   the   Island, on   account   ol
\ . is Munn, has '"; i -1 a number
'i wires from the customs denartmeni
ai . Ittawa and from the d iputy min-
I i of agriculture. The quarantined
tat,     ire    Pen i ylvania,    New   V'
Vliohigan,    and    on
il    and   De av
wi i.   added,    The quarantine Is  of a
sweeping   character,    preventing   noi
th, ������ lon   of dressed  and
i "th. r meats,   mi   fodder and manure,
and only allowing the Introduction of
[cured  meats and  lanl   from  the    In-
��� eti i state
An Important ruling is    thai    c m-
��� id in a cli cular from the vetei in*
al    Intimating   the
������ mlmal ���"     held to Include poul-
! try, of which a  n imb< r are being in-
ced  Into  I    tish    Columbia    for
ng purpo
The correspondence  shows a deter*
. tl am on the pari of the Dominion
anient nol  to permit the intro-
ilon of the  lis, ase.
Ion
���
.   to a decaying pro a
ile in itter, has had a
��� if.-. ���  on our .'���') Mi
.
vas   given
lam
entire!      ��� ��� ���
ed wl        till oi
el ol thi    i  ���    ���
',':.. Ol
: hai ".ii  i l)   li i'ii.I km Ired  mala
the . ������
.   i    .'
���I      .r.  a   I
in- ri bi
ed a    a ol
��� ���     miles,       n.
,���    tii.l   I .11   iu  o
In  '  ���..   n      uni
"ii what i- nutural-
.i i.e. .     The  e\ .1   io
���  omii i   i
���. al. '1   a>   ; he   lake
.1   an Ier   the    n< ��
ni  from    '     to
. he  low   I in !.   nem   th,
���   Hooded and .ham- <1,
ut to  Valley.
��� I .,i ion- v. hich    >ve
��� :,   lionoia   1,   bn I)
ii. hei  encroa. hm ni -
nil      Ill     Cil '���   *    "'ill' I
ii      ' ai  danger    to    life
n   he vail,) of the Co
��� ieitlon of an)   dam
Mie
.
cit v
ill  mi ������������
which Is now lying idle at the    Lulu
!������ ,i       Rlvor island a   I. will be chartered foi
,., ||.,. Broi      Si lu si   ,'ice on the up river run until
.   .,,.. an time a-  the Western Steamboal  com
...... ready to rep ace the di a   ���
..  ,     m ��� vessel
.,, ,hp i ��� the	
TERRIFIC  MUD STORM
PARALYZES CALLAO
TWO-CENT FARE LAW
KELB CONSTITUTIONAL
i. in.i
Wa. mi,     i em
.-
.   -...ii    ,,i . the    United
.i.        r  the ea
a !:..! ��� "     UU
.
railroad i on n I, sion fixing a  |w   ���
IIiihsi ngei   rati   on    I U       ���   n,    .  tae
,,i Mu in,i. I State -���;
, ,,ui i'a , . , i ��� a uidu) . eing to
hol ;   In  order.
:' ' WO    I.
.... i  as the '     i i
1 torn
rd a. wave3,
��� i
ears,    s \vi        o v.       the
-   ai.
n
xti., tim    noi i en  played.
Nanaimo    will    play    their    coast
a ;.���   with Van, ouver at Reckon Saturday,    li was intimated that  ih" Californian association wo ild sen : .. team here In Easter
ir, .in i ma ches would be
���     r . "..   Victoria,
:.      smith,     N'anaimo     in 1     Seat! le.
  ���      ,    guarante,    of    $800,
. Con Jones ini mat, I    he   had
��� ::   promised     The  expen ses    of
���    wi : ���  estimated at $1 I.
s. li. Davli.- ted the Rov, r-.
Pi i     Bo ii I; Co collegi .
u;i-
SHAME OF SEATTLE
THING OF THE PAS i
Aiii.ty   Loage   Elects   Officers,
The elei      i   ni  ofuc ra    ���        __ui_)
No. 27,  I.  U. O.  I- .      ������   ��� ������ i I)
evening   ���    ilted in the toll wing bi Ing
.    , . ,i to fill th,  diff. r, ni chali -.    P.   _
i;..  .1.   \v.   MacDonald;   N. 0.,   James
,,n;   V   G.,  Ceorge Adams;   n
, ord ng     c   tary, VV, C. Coatham, P.
,;     financial  si cretarj.    Dr.    T.    H.   ,
S.op  Kentucky  Horse?.
Si   John, N. !(.. Nov.   ,".   One ��� (Tec
���   mi;  i,ai_ of foot  and    mouth
among   Mni.e I   States    cattle
will he the holding up ai  the border
I of    fifteen    Kentucky     thoroughbred
I hoi ���- boughi for the New Brunswick
_��� ". ��� : ii ment.
RACING IN SEATTLE TO
EIGHT EOR EXISTENCE
"l'i time Klondyl .. "Carltx o Bill,''
and ���ho lived in this city for a time
some ��� ars ago, will I, ave Valdi z on
his hazardo Ip ou Dec, 10, md - *.-
iec to reach Pionei Place, Seattle,
ire.    non I.- 'i he |ourn< j   .a 111
������ ma le by iob sli I. the conveyance
being fitted with adjustable whet I ��� (
r's manufactun .
six doge, one McKenzie river hus-
��� ���. 'ii" Shi. i Ian v oif and the otln i
or malamutes, will form
Mo,,; er's team. He does nol expect
much difficulty in the early or final
stages of hi.- journey, bul looks tor-
ward to a hard Mine along the Hoota-
; linka ri ��*er, from which point he expects to break trail for six hundred
miles n Ith now shoes. The itlnerar)
cf the hardy voyager is as follows:
Leave Valdez on Dee. io, i availing
to Fairbanks over the government
trail to Dawson, touching a; Circle
and Eagle, then proceeding along the
I lo itallnka river ti r a i ons I, rahle
dl tansi until be Btrikes the Canadian
telegraph trail along Lake Teslln. Following Telegraph creek, he will reach
Hazelton, then will move on the Uulk-
eley, and touching Fort Praser, Black-
water, Quesnelle, (where he will strike
the Fraser river,) Alexander and Soda
Creek,  thence over the  old   Cariboo
Ashcroft.
BitterAttackMadeonGamb- ;,,;"1 *l  far
,.       _,, .   . 'point he will travel over
ling Element of the Mead-j;),a,is inu, Washington,
ows by Representative.
From this
the country
Not Yet Appointed.
London, Nov  20   Sir Edward Ward
. maneni   und, r   n c etary   of  stat"
Levey;  treasurer, Aleck   Adams. P.G.; ] informs    the     Canadian      Associated
.. im  captain   C.  S,   Richmond, P.G.;   Press thai   Make is not appointed    'o
dis-
organist,  S
th
at th,   lie-
S, ,:,|.    Dec,  i.    I'h.   restricted ���
.. low   Vesler  Wa)   was ,1 rs<  I  ���"    :
midnight.     VII the vv��mi n hav n
,,-,], red  i" leave the cil    or i
I isle,
ili-l
Sv. ini- tn. The install.,-
n, a offli ers will take plac,
meeting In the new year.
India, but lias been offered theappo'm
ment, an,l It remains with him to accent it or not.
ed  '" leave tne cuy or ���.���    ***-, . n ���        J   I?
,, ,���  ,h   The   - a.,   i the Rephes Are Keceivea rrom
ct was ordered by Mayor Miller. r
I wenty states and Provinces
Seattle, iSov. 3u.���The coming ses-
.-: n of the Washington legislature bids
fail to be enlivened by the bitten *
..ie ace track contest in the hi.-mr.. ol
ate. Repr. sentatlve Ole Hanson.
,vl ' ��� om, - from a dist rlct  in Si -
sporting men hold .-way, two
eai - ago laid plans for putting I he
. a , ; i ick ai the MeadoWs out of existence. The first part ol hla plan
was t< ei elected to the legislature
.ui,I having succeeded 'n this and the
' iTicially counted, he hai
oui with an announcement that his
principal work on the legisluature will
be to stop the gambling at the Meadows. Hanson -ays the ace tints of the
numbei of defaulters who attributed
their downfall to race horse gambling
gave htm his first idea.
The racing forces will not give up
withoui a fight, however, and 'hey
will hav. foi their support a respectable ei, in, nt of the community which
van,-' the Meadows to be open during
the Mask,-Yukon-l'aeifl,' exposition.
The tockh. Id. i- of the Meadows
make a fortune ever) year and had j
expected to make n big killing dUTlngJ
the exposition, 11 o.' which Hanson
oni'i '���   to cul ��� iff,
Cooper Is one of the best known
men in the north, having pmn.- to Cir-
|cle city in 1896, and prospected around
there for some time with fair success.
Hi joined the gold rush io Nome in
L902, and made a fair sized fortune
out of the sale of claims. Latteny
his riehe-- have dwindled to a consid-
ile extent, and it is because he is
no longer "bothered with wealth" as
ii ���nt*' it. thai he Is taking th, arduous ovei Ian l trip. He has a re] ita-
tinii as an athlete, and was tor some
years welter weight champion of Ala-ska au I the Yukon.
POPE  PiUS SUFFERS
FROM SLIGHT FEVER
Rome, Noi
i slight tevei
to remain in
150.���Pope   I'iiis   X     ���  i
��� ida)   and was o    -   I
. ,1.   Doctoi - Po acei ....
SEVEN  HUNDRED LIVES LOST
AT   SEA  OFF CHE   FOO '
Chi
una
ol fort) or iin*.  fi ���'
eamships ."i i led oB Mi
Foo, C
u .ii
Foo toda)
Sov. 30.   Twi
.rn ;iic presenl dam
i ile entile ,1- id' lion ol Chi
ol , f the Coqult* ,i.l.ni  "������ lacking,  bul
oylng iis fisheries and thai n total of
loKging ami   other pur- drowned
.lap-
port
i,. tails of the ae-
is reported
sons have been
The   volume  ol    mall    manor    r< -
)   Cnmi-ii-Mon, r   A.
���  to    advertisements Insert! d in variom   new ipapers
increasing daily, the
w
volume  o
I    b)     Pll dn
Vii Leod   'ti  a
tt'i
nn  of   B.  C.   E.  R.
iui   id- proposal by th'
���ui   to defl. cl furtherand
ol watar Hum the lake
ral course la Illegal and
j*""v   Du    interests   which  our   dU
s"""" "i its most valuable a*8��ts
tin -uppi) of water for all
"" dotni sii,. ;in.i nr,. protection
mil   should   be     prevented,
*h(,J trust i|,ai your honorable bod)
*lj ;"'' onl) refuse t<> give lta con-
'"   i  ,,
""l in  li,
'ami]
bnt
...,
���Iin.
>M,,.
proposal which would re��
further depletion and oon*
i,I;**imi of ih,. city',* water siipi'b.
Will
in,',,,
i,.
Carnegie   Endows  College.
Fayette, la.. Nov 30. Prei*
William A. ShaulMin, of Upper Iowa
universlt) yesterday received a ,'ll<,'l���
���,������ Andrew Carnegie for $30,000 in
payment of Carnegte'a pledge to gi-'e
thai amounl when $160,000 additional
endowmenl of the university should
have been completed.
somi
larg,
famou
and magazin, s i
campuign   of    publicity    inaugural, I
months ago having int. rested a
number of easterners    In    the
is Fraser river valley.   -"��� number
of those Beeklng information definite-
ent|ly state their intention of coming out
in  the  spring, and    are    anxious    to
know  exactly what the prospects are
,,,,   work   In   their  particular  line   of
business.    Many of these intend    to
mi,in,   farming or   ranching   with
con
ton; Aniiiy. Oregon; Armstrong, B.C.;
Sprltt   Lake,   \nw.i:     Madison, Minn,
Birmingham,    England;    Fallon,    S ���
iiid.i.   Polnl    Richmond,    California;
iM,-.-    Make.   Michigan;    Knoxworth,
Temies.,. , ;   Lac   S'.   Jl an,   Quel,. C,  all I I
Daysland, Alberta,
lueluil.il in tbe mail received yesterday were requests for detailed In-1
formation (rom a young lady, Vilas
Gertrude Ramsay, of Minneapolis, and
Rev. .1. C. Shall&nd, of North Dakota,
boih of whom desire to take up land
iu ii. C, preferabl) on th, coast district.
A  supply of limp,, uu   which West-
ARMY   EIVMGRANTS  TO
GO   TO  AUSTRALIA
Lon Ion, N'o.   30.   -A despatch 11om
Sydney, N.  s.  W.,  says  thai    parlla
in. ni ha. In. reased the vote for assisting immigrants lo  ��25,000.   An agri  -
mem will probably  be reached    wiih;
..lanihiaf.iv  announced that  with pro-
;,��� :��� ear.   and rest they felt  Biin * I .;
no complications   would    ans-. All
., idii nc -  ha ,'������ been suspended.
G.  T.  P.   INAUGURATES
PASSENGER   SERVICE
Winnipeg, Nov. 30.���Saturda)   mark
: ���;     na ig iratlon of the Brsl regu*
. - pas-'i ngi r and  fr. ight  service on
the  Grand  Trunk     Pacific     betvt - i
���r      \\ |1 am i fld Make Sup r... June*
M ui
���   such  measures as    '"v
W*J to compel the electric com-
0     '    J   OUt   its   exisllilK   i'^r	
lhe city    and    thoroughly of $10,31
''���  low lands which are now
' "--ili'il and drained hy ll"
Customs   Decrea.:
Ottawa,    Nov.    30.���i'
revenue   of   Canada
totalled    $3,790,052,    a    decrease
$1,167,963.   For the first eight month
,,f    the    Oacal    year,   the
revenues total $30,989,2*8, p
27.
customs
[or    Novenib 'r
Of
ths
customs
decrease
'
Mi
Fire Costs $200,000.
)0, Flre, oi   -"I'll the
  ,I'ndl���rMM.it"snd  much property  "J
siv-. ��� icond   :,!"-
day.    I-" *-
Philadelphia, Nov.
V,"',n"��'  *���. J!!? ��� * I. o��d Incendiary origin, destroye
if th,. existing dam.
signed    by    ���|nlin
-I  on   Page :; I
i  t;
Brisa A Co.,
Woorilawn avenue,
1200.000,
Bome oilier occupation, one man. for.minster is Indloated i>> a heavj star
Instance, being anxious to secure an, was received yesterdaj from the pro-
Insurance agency in some roiintry d's-' viuctal government officials at Vic-
1,-lci. Another is a school teacher, torla, and will h, iorwnrd*'d to all who
a third expects to make a little side ask for them. The maps were lupplleJ
money by writing newspaper article*. | free of cosi |U the Publtctt) aMoola-*
As an indication of the wid, range tion.
,,f publicity seemed, the names of the A number of letters written in
following districts or towns in states.French and German have been re-
and provinces from which replies have, ceived asking fo. booklets in 'he
been received recentlj. will show that language of ths writer. As booklets
the work of Mie association is brlng-lara only published In English, their
ini; good results; Scotch settlbmenw request cannoi te compiled with, but
Nova   Scotia;   Claremont,  South  Da-jlengthy letters in  FVsnch or German
kola;   Slilrrim.   North   Dakota;   Cleve-' will   he   forwarded    lo   ths   Int. !
land, Ohio;   Caldwell, Kansas;   New-  parties, and an effort wlll he mado to
(Vive,   New    York:
ario;   Fn lerlcton
MoCrlmmpn,   On-
New Brunswick;
Bridgeport, Illinois;  Astoria. \VnshiiiK-   Fr'i <���)��� river valley.
Induce th<   pro ,, cl ve settl.      n B
C, to moke Mi,a,- future home In   tl*e
Cold   Weather   n.   Middle   V.'e.t
\\ .mn; eg,  Nov.  30.   -Zero    weai I
with a  northwest  gal    is announ ���
to be approaching,     Vl   Prince  Alb   I
and Battle ford,  the    mercury    today
registered is below and at .Minn   i'  a
(and Devils Lake 4.    In the w*st, pax*
ticularly   in   .Montana and   North  Dakota, a sleet has Interfered wiih t< ���
Smallpox  Near London. graphic     communication     along     the
l
London, Ont.,    Nov   30,   Following I Northern  Pacific railroad.
the discovery of two ,ulld cases   of 	
smallpox   among   the   puplm     Of     th<|       Calgary Violinist Scores Success.
the Salvation Army, which will h,   required not  to -��� ml undesirables,
collegiate Institute, the hoard of education has ordered that Bthool closed
im- a week, and In the meantime .t
win be dlslnfedti d. lh, disease �����
believed to have com,, from Qorchea**
ter township, wherf there are unite a
aural of cis,-.
Ellis Elects for Jury Trial.
William Kills, the ll. C. K. It. swiifli-
iiiini who is accuse I of manslaughter
in connection wiih the recent collision
on ib- lnterurban line, yesterday
morning elected to be tried before a
jury iu Vancouver nexi May, preferring
h tn i _pi !. trial, No application
,M,l [or ' all. Tii" proceedings
v. i . toi mal, ani occupied but
-...,!���'   Mm.-.
London,   Nov.   SO.���A     Berlin     di-i-
patch says,   Kathleen Parlow, a young
Calgary violinist, achieved great
triumph at llluethner hall on Saturday
night. She was recalled twenty limes,
und her playing of BrahmV concert,>-
aroused great enthusiasm. On Friday she played with signal success
before critical audiences at Gewaud-
h.'ius. Leipsig, ���
China's Reform Movement.
Peking, Nov. 80.���An edict of am-
nest] Is to be issued by ths crown on
Wednesday.' It appro-tea the program of reform already announced,
I,ut does not otherwise define the
policj of the new regime.   Reformers
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REBELS VICTORIOUS
IN TROUBLED HAYII
Citizens of Port au Prince!
Panic Stricken at News ofl
Approach of Enemy.
Porl au Prince, Nov. 30.���Government troops under command of Genera] Celestin Cyrlaque, mini:-ier of
war, composed largel) of voung recruits, who were sent out to capture
the leader of the revolution, General
Aiiioine Simon, have met with a severe defeat at the hands of the revolu-l
tionlsts.
The engagement took place at Anza
Moan, which lies about fifty-five miles
to the east of Jeremie, one of the dis-1
affected ports, and after severe flght-!
in1,- the government forces were rout-
i*,l and driven back to Miragoane,
about 20 miles distant, Miragoane Is
aboul 50 miles from Fort au Prince,
li is reported that General Celestin
has taken refuge iu the Merman consulate there. Some of the wounded
wer,- brought to Port au Prince by the
Ma.'Man gunboat Centenaire.
The victorious rebels under Genoral
Simon are advancing rapidly on tli"
capital md if the) succeed in making
hi Ir   whi   Into  Poi i   au   Prince,  it  is
feared   thai   they   will  loot  the  city, i
The  populac,   here  Is  panic-stricken.
Ul the stores and business houses ari
..; ied and  putting on thi ir shu
Man)   are  proti ctlng  I lieir   i esid
y barricading the do u    an I windows,'
ind evi ry  foreigner In  the c'ty    has;
. over his property the  flag of
on.     The mark, ts  ar,    di s, ; I
1    'M ������ , ountry people who conic In
:   ,i" rning with ptoduce h ive fie 1
.  .  pit! ������ l... theii   good    be-
u I.
.'/AS   LOST  IN   WOOt- -
NEARLY   A   MONTH|
WE ABE USING PURE CA5ADIAH MILK IH
wans
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Et��
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS HI
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The  COWAN  CO���,  Ltd.,  TORONTO
Ladies' Hair Dressing!
Massage and   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner of Sixth  and  Columbia.
P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 5".        Res. 429
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
-Vrought   Iron   Gates,   Hences,   Crest-
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITH.NG
Phone 97
Perhaps the Most    j
Important Item
,������ ,h.. ie. . meal of the day is
cut,.,      \;e  you   getting    the
.   ii mui are   not,   get   a
sanipli   | .nnni or a half    pound
ro ind) hore.
0,i,  Coffee at  10c per pound
[s q   I real   favorite    with    our
ADAMS & DEANS
GROCERS Columbia St.
PENITENTIARY   SUPPl
ES
Flour.
Se***ed   b a | i,,,,.
tors   ��f  Penltentlarle     .,
endorsed   'Mv,,,
��    ^ceived   until   Honda .
vember.lnelu.lv_,
ous ol contracting
| flour  until   30th   N'o...
_________________________________________________    *i:"
u"     ludermi a lon - \
namely:
Kingston Pi nltentl
St. Vlncenl d   p . ;
Dorchester Penitential ,
Manitoba Pi nlti otiarv
O*K)*O*O*O*K)*CO*K.*��0*O4C*O4C 0*0*C^0'��0*n<KX3*OaK_*O*O4O*O,        Alt;l
�� Advantages of a Bank Account ���
British Columbia Pi a  ���
Alberta    Penl ���
llll'I'.KlIl
Forms ot tendi r
It i.s well to pay bills promptly, bul not t iy the same bill twice.   * to form of contract, will       lurnlshedl
0|,  ",  "' '*-"'"' "uu intortaation a
Sometimes bookkeepers, i>>- mistake,  send  oui   bills  after  they have f|on application to thi g[ tlu,
been paid.   If you pay by cheque, however, the cancelled checks are 2 penitentiaries,
returned to you, and can be produced as receipts. jl .   DOUGLAS  STEWART
Checking accounts are.  therefore, more than a convenience.   Thej y, GEO. W. DAWSON,
vuvv...wg      ���, v,,uUio     die,      ��,'���   .,.,'"'.    in'"'      "	
O    are an  insurance  against   over-navment.    Every man or woman  wbo   o
O O i
2    pays lulls should do so with checks. ���]
START TODAY bj opening uu ic ml   -vlfn 2
in peciors  of    P,
Ottawa, iii 'oi',..- 'mi. 1.908
Office  and  Works:
Tenth Strfifil,   -   Mew Westminster
The Malleable
Sole Agents
HARDMAN _ CO.
A Hardman.    A.James,   J. McClughan
STOVES,      TINWARE.      PLUMBING
AND   HEATING.
Ihi
������ROFESSIONAu.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA    |W
' m   corner
F.   HANSFORD     Ba     ���   I
Solicitor, etc., Cre ,���. |
New Westminster, B. C. Branch. *   co*���      Colum!,,-, , ...^
;WO��WW��^��OWWW^O o��>W��0^0#OOWWO*OvOW ttreeta, New Westmlns   _^_^
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OOKSLEY'S    im; Streel    Trust Blocl-
.- Picture :
Qui -ii.]. .N'ov. 30,   J, Lead e ai t Ived
. i-   f   in Fra- i- la      ; ist   ..��� ek and
nrted nis having Icon lost in thai
rict f
POST CARDS
ARE  NOW   O.N:  SALE  AT
M.   MOREY'S   STATIONER'/   STORE
J.   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN     F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE  FAIR,"  Columbia   Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
licltor,  etc.,
$  opposite Court House   New Wes
O.
\17jn       /^l �� g | ster.   Pho-M. 143.
\ 1 i3 \^I11ILOI-o_,��l1^5) p1 ''"San'i':*'
AT ALL PRICES
f.'US, y
<j>   Col mi  i.i  street,   Ni
���j   Vi   J. M ;' t, side, ii   :
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2   MARTIN &  McQUARRIE, BAHRlS-j
0   ���"���   *��� rs, solicitors, el      Ofl  es, Nm|
v. ��� stminster    Tt
for about thr     �� eeks, during
hich i Ime his only food wa - whai he
���' tain   i:om   tli     vegetati m  in
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th      new
. ' ��� oa 1 and till he
tin      lad i
. in a a...* irabl,       ite   otl
,.i. . :.. nt h on,
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Xmas
Subdivid ng  South Africa.
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1'    ...   ii   di\ ..;������ i  into * __
.: * pUl poses 'ii   local  con-
���  singl   < ham ��i  and '������ glsla-
��� ��� .   :��� Bn   .        ers.    Fi am hisi
:. itive que -  ...     ire   settled and
, ��� -' 03t]  med,    The
dr-afl   ol   the ���- lon    :-    nearly
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
De
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Dec. 2.���The Lion and thi   Moust,.
��� i     .. ���Little  Johnnj   Jones.
Dei   S.���The Devil.
��� -Ariz n,
Der. 10     rhe Texas Co
..:     Girl    Leavi   Home,
'il.    50   Mile    i ."in   1,   *:on.
21 .  in Toylan I.
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,lan.  15.���1 ���   Lorch.
Jan. 25.���Three Years In Ai
Jan. 27. - l>, t'il's Auction.
Feb. 11.���Br, ,* ter't   Mlllloiib.
Feb. 13.���Jane Eyre.
March   3.���A   Stubborn   Cin I rella,
March 19. Uncle Tom's Cabin,
Have Vou
Bought yours?
We have now
large supplies
of Green and
Dried Fruits,
all new.
Also, Mixed
Peel, Nuts, &c.
'Phone 18b.      Barn "Phont   137
Columbia  Street.
���'   delivered   promptly   to
any oart ot the city.
light and Heavy Haulm?
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
6   XT 1   1 j f^ 1 O i and   1/orne
% JNo trouble to show ^ooas at fi^)it(;,,,.,. ,AI~:
O O   U    Solicitor, ��� .ai. !
�� M.WV    4*     tp    v    e^*      r.Plir O     la aud McKenzie si
n    i Inster, B, C.
Q      f-��m\   fi     .it     .    .     "J       MT.-^r
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* St.r.-1
A'. MYERS GRAY. ':
D*K*>O+C'*O*K)*>O0<>0*>O1>C*>C*>D'>'2.  M*0*M^?i>r*>M'>M3*Ck*D*��G��>O*��'O*��-O   Box  169.    Telephon
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eonrn.'.   I��. C.
SOClET,_?S
HOWARD &
MUIRHEAD
9
Pure   Food  Store,  Burr Block.
L mmmm     I
JKtrWm a_a_MV_N_M 9___ __Wt_n ������_��� l___R____i
irtion Otl
".  .     urban  tlocl     , in    I       Cit;
NT,  .   ^Vestmin ���*���      B.   C
pro i of certi-
��� th 8249 \,   Issued
in the names oi Sarah Jane Bingham,
M  ry  .Montrose, Sarah    Tierney,    baa
in  filed in this offi
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
late of the first publication hereof.
in a daily newspaper published In the
City  of  New   V, i strain iti ���'.     i sue    a :
duplicate of the said cortiflc    \  un- j
less  In I he me intime valid i ijectlon!
be made to nie in writing.
C. S. KEITH, ,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  New Westminster. B. C, Oet. 26th, 1908.
-
Imperial      	
Hungarian  Jewel
Terminal	
$7.00 per bri.
$6.50   "      "
$5.50   "      "
1. O. O. F.���AMIT ,   :
lhe regular
ire lisld In 1
bla  street, e.
1   *  o'cloi ll,
*.. O. U. W.���Fl
��� Meetings tl
day    In    each    n   i
brethren con
Lroilue room, .\. O. U. '������
f, Hows'
-
COURT  ERUNETTf.,  No    . 99, I.0.F
���Meets  the   Fo i ���*'���
month   al   i   <��� I ���������
hall. Oddfellows'
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR.AND FEED MERCHANTS
PRONT   STREET. New   Westminster. Telephone 333.
FRATERNAL   OROtR   OF   EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20-  Meets e"
evening at 8 p. m . In the im.
hall,    Columbia    stn el     \    ' ��� '--
w. Pres.; ll. Schofli      9
F. CRAKE
|������il ������,... .*;
FIRE ALAR.M  BO.KKt.
5���Asylum,
ii���itayal City Mills.
7���Carnal von and T*��uth
8���Royal avenue au;i Eighth.
9���Filth avenue ami Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's  Hospital,
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Duffortu
15t-Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue an,I   SiiMi
24���....ru avenue and Second,
25���-Fifth  av��*��ue and   Fourth.
88���Fifth avenue and --.ighth.
27���-Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes nuil Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie
36���C.P.R.  Station.
42--Small & Bucklin Mills.
Acclimatized Tested  ***  t
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Knit    THE    FARM    GARDEN,
LAWN   'M:   CONSERVATOR')
Rella . . u ,��� ��� a . ison
i .... . No bon : . scale
; umlgation to dan i ock. No
windy agents to annoj
Extra choice lol of fruit trees
now ready for the fall trade,
50,000 Peach, Pear, Plum and
Cherry; 70,000 Apple, in leading
varieties; 100,001 mall fruii
plants; strict!., hon ��� .- iwn an I
our own propa ation from bear.
ing stock; 50,000 Bulbs for fall
planting. Choice grass ��������� I
always In stock. Buy direct
and get stock that grows.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cul Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
Greenhouses  and   Seedhouses.
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
Branch Nursery South Van-
i
iTl;
English  Watchmaker J     fll g
Two   d.->ors   froir,    Cto.   Adam*,   Grmjer ^"^
Ladles'Gold Watcnes from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch08    oti*>n
face, ��6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver   Wai nes.  <l<'u!)t��
case. $7.50 -i;,.
*. ���< nt r..r the celebrated - mth Hem) i
Watches, supplied   ro    tbe    Weilman
Wrtie  Exuedltion.     vil  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Inwpiry, etc., etc
Watch    '���    -:>-ir.-a"     manies   r.-ason-
ahle.
. |.-^Ap%
OTW
couver.
��__._
Nurseries
WHEW  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
i ��� '   M.M,   ,   11    ( ,\,T_R
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Train. Ever*,  i.,    ,,,    ... yny
\J.\A'* I
j Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF   FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and btst ideas
tor    COMFORT,    CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted with
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   jlluminat, .���   ir.)m   jn   th(,
world.     The   equipment   consists   ol
private   compartment   cars,    .tandard
! 16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
! car, reclining cliair can (seats  free),
i modern   day   coaches   ami  buffet    li-
j brarv  and  smoking cars.
j    For Time Tables, Folders   or any
further  information  call ,m or  writf
F. W. PARKER,
720 Second Avenue Seattle, WiJ-j
WILL BE HERE IN
FOUR WEEKS
Advertise
THE ROYAL TEMHLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street
��� ONS OF aCOTLAND  BENEFIT Aft
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the i
Third   Tuesdaj   of  ever   n
K. of 1*. hall.   Chief V.
I.  O.   O. F.���Royal  City  Lodge. No.
-.Meets   In   Oddfellows' Hal    Co
umbla Street, every i ���   ' :
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting bretbr��n *'���
be   made    weloomi     G   i:
X. <;.: c. M. Osl orm   P ,;
lng Bocretary.
**Obt    Ut-    COLOIViU'
116,   SONS  OF   ENG
Red Rose Degree me
Fourth   Wedm ,dn
tu   K.  of  ���<���-  Hall. < -
, ,,   in.. Wbll.   '.    ���
Weduesdaj    In    a
time an I plai
OTHER     FRATERNAL    S
Include the Union U
F. and A. Mm King S"'""1"" '"" ,
No. 17, A. F. and A- m ���  ';  "
No. 1160; L. O. L., No. i"'
Sapperton, No. 46S3, [. O. J
V���   court Westminster,   No.      ^
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nesi     ' J^
30ARD   OF   TRADE      N.   >    ���'
stor Hoard Of Trad"    tneel
'    Hoard Room, City Hall,   i   "
YOUR   XMAS   GOODS EARLY   ^J^SJ^*    '
!    Thursday    of    February,   Ma),
AugUBt  and   Novein ,   ';       ���**'   rf
Annual    meellngs    on
Thursday    of    Fa
members    may    be    i'*'   ' f
elected at any monthly or quart*
meeting.    A. A White. S"^
IN
The DAILY NEW;
and you will  have one  of tlie
Biggest     Christmases     in    the
history or  your   business
or
*M
HE      O fi-
Ir YOU War
ADVERT.*-*.**
���    laM     --
i t. v    n e
gitnatioli
w s ?��!1W^
-S01/7-H WSSTmnsTEK. -
��� Or SUBDms/O/i or^.
��� !jTm.GE.E*SEC36M��-*m. rSEkS��C2S
-H' I \**\**y H'"M"H ���:������!"���!-!*��� . H-��
Clearance Sale
OF
Mens   Neo'lio'ee
shirts'
���   ; .MM :   - ..: - .. >
Sizes from 14.1-2 .    A 1-2.
. h-ese shirts are ... be cleared
out for the extremely low-
price of
75c the Shirt
mm COMPANIES
APPEAL TB COliNCH
SEC   OUR  VMS!   VMMltm
RDROBh
If you contemplate buying a
p.        A
3-Acre
II   I   IPQ  THEWARDRC
IJLLllr  Uj       CLOTHIER
20f>--21i   Columbia  Street
r
Be sure you secure one near town
:       :     ON THE TRAM UNE     :       :
��� >ur subdivision is positively the only one on the
irket supplying either or both these conditions,
���  cl when you consider it is an indisputable fact
i more money has been n purchasing
land near growing centres of pi i ion than by
all other schemes combined, you will readih under-
stand the wisdom of those who have alreadv in
��
vested with us.
It stands to reasoi tlu landsosil latedis bound
to increase in value much mo-e rapidly than if
miles away from town or electric tram. The present low prices will not hold good much longer.
We are opening all roads in our subdivision, .so
that every lot will front on a good road.
The soil is just the right sort for fruit culture,
and the clearing so light that the wood and shingle bolts will sell for enough to about pay for it.
The price we are asking per acre for our splendid South Westminster homesites is only $75.00 to
$100.0v, and we have a number of choice blocks
left to be sold at these ridiculously low figures,
which will soon be raised.
If you do not want one of them yourself, just
make a present of one to each of your children (it
would be the very best kind of life insurance) and
even if you do not plant the land out in fruit, it
will almost certainly add to its present value fully
I'M per cent, each vear for the next ten years,
making it worth in that time $1,000.00 per acre,
a very reasonable expectation. We can give you
a deed at once.
Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager
New  Westminsrer,  B. C.
Also for sale at   MALE   BROS.   &   CO.   and
PACIFIC   REALTY   CO.
..... ���__*��*��
MADE IN CANADA
OYAL
YEAST
CAKES
Best Yeast
fi
in the World
ry, I--*
GlLLhllCOti'i
Sold and
Used    j
Everywhere
WEDNESDAY,  Dec.   2
Henr)  B. Harris
PRESEN   9
THE  LION   AND
THE MOUSE
,   char!     Klein   authi     ol    ' M"
��� .m toned r-'ni,  Fagu . im
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DECEMBER   7th,   1908
Mineral   Haters, Etc.
Aerated Water"--.
Family trade  l  specialty.
Tel. IIS. Office   Eight  street
NEW    vVESTMINSTEK.    P..    C.
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.   U \IN   Ml MM
a ire     N< v.      \\ ���   ' ii J"
ll..'". 16:20, 17:42 and 22
trrtvts .-,!   Nev,   v, ���   in  iisti-i   lo    ���
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1RBAT NORTHERN H'.ll.W A V
,_.��. .N. w. kjo a in . iii. Seattle 4 uu,
l.v. N. tv. 4.:;.*, |,.in . ni. Baettla Pi p ">
Li   N. W. 12; Mi 1, tn    .'���   Beat! a 7:16
a.m.
Ll   .SealMaB i: i" n in   , in . V W    '��� l1 tu
I..   Seattle i 16 p.m. ai   N   W   �� :,:'
p.ni.
l.v   Beattie 11   10 p n  at   N   V    8  10
... m.
li. N. it.    PORT QtllOHON,
N".   .'.9;     !_.���;,> �����-,     \..��    \\ ,   Mil"    ���
jl.u0   [,.in..   ;irrlv#,   (Jul, linn   ll  pin    I'1
I days;   alao 00>MQtlot_l  b)   I" I"   ' '���'
!except New WeRUnlmtPi Thi   '���   ���"���'
4:36 ThuiFday.
I    Ixiav*' Mulohon GM10 n rn    ',' lti  N-w
I Westminster 1:41 i',i,i:.. --.    I a ootf
nectloBl iiy '<! p ni.    akoftpl    Otik-hoO
Tii'Sday iiti'l il n in   Thursday
Lt. N. W. 6:M a.m.. :i p.m   an' 1.M
p.m. for Vancouvi t.
j Lv. Vancouver ||M n.m.,   I  l"��   and
111:80 p rn. for Weattttltutei
B. G. BLBCTRIC-VANPOTJV1R.
Leave New Wc-M minster 5:B0, 6:10,
J6:50, 7:20 nrnl 8 B.m., and c-v-'t-y half
hour ther.'nft��.r tin ij p.ra.
Lv. Vancouver tor 'Westmlnfter at
C:M, G:'iO. 7-.20 aud half hourlj UH
���11:30 ,,m.
��� snKU   r\iHONVOK   OF   SCHOOL
Mi   ! ii i";
Ihe Royal lily l%h School
Pri  ��� in > Mi,, famou
Schubert Symphony Club
and lady Quartette
M,,..i ,,f Mi,   nutnlo i    wi r,    wi iiiph
I,,,  in i ,iit��� ���������!  .      .   ��� thi   '*���'' ''in
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VOU liiiimii _liorl to miss
This Brail Musical Twal
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1*1 i i" i" ii.i. ��� lebrati i Vmi rl
������on vi'iiiiii-1 ind tha ohai mini mono
loglfel KSSA PEARL I. R m HBR1 '���
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AT  THK
Westminster Opera House
lj,il,l i>,  'I.' -���.,,,���        |     ni ,|r.pxr;-
��,. ni ,i i rt>fl��ates  will  '���" pteaeatel
',,   a i .|.f��� rir a  SllCCCS-lfill      in    the      Mily
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"The Milwaukee"
���The Pioneer Limited*' St. Paul to
Chicago. "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in tlie service on any
j railroad in the world that equal is
' muipmerit that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and ,"'Tt>-\- ; ts on alll their trains and
give h i * trons an excellence of
��ervi.:    i        btalnable elsewhere
,M   .-   ROWh. Cene'a) A(f<nt.
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ptotestlng agalflst  paylftg arteari ol
! water rut'- on a house in flappertoh
[owaied  by   Mr   Oleheliet'i and n<;   the
ir-oiincii was toot fully de-ftltled on   th��
i matter tli*->  letter  wn-*    Bett.     Ul    'he
fln.iniv- eoxDmittee.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High ("iis.. Moving   Picture.-,    i I  -.
inircl Songs.    PriiRram channfil Mi r-
lay, Wednesday and Friday.
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j    THE DAILY NEWS    ):all(llis��� ,,���, patronage li8tB |n his
[partmenl  throughout Canada, and ha*d !
NOTICE.
eby given thai the M
' nun.  Mi.  !'!ll,lic  '^uil'ling has  been
l'iMilibtioil  Ijy  Hie  Uaily   Ni'ws  Pui,- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
UBhlng  Company,   Limited,   at   then   s,ver*  directions  to  the Deputy  Mia-;    Notic  is mvmuj b*��cu. tuai me tim
offices,  corner of   Blxth   ami   Front  lBter '" liav" tenders called    for    all'for the reception of tenders for Ver-
���treeta, New Westminster. B. C. supplies,     by     public    advertisement
     where  possible."    Of tour-,., thq Mail
���*-��� A*  Paige Managing  Director   .,���,;  BmpIre  win   ,���,  pieased to    hear
j this, and so will the general    public.
Other Ministers will no doubt make a* jo. c.      Bj order
their convenience like announcements.! NWPOLEON TESSIER,
 [In fact, the "patronage list" is as good I Seer,'inr
Notice.
New Westminster Co-Operativo Asso
ciation.   Limited.
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extend            ���  30th December, 190S      A   '1>ec'al  seneral   meeting of  th
nd specifications are also c    w' Ass0clat*��n will be held in th
Plan
��� s
B. C
TUSDAY.   DEC.   I.   1908.
���is abolished    throughout    the    whole
"       '   [iiibllc service of the Dominion.
THE NECHACO VALLEY. But  what about the Provinces, and
There la    considerable   speculation especially about Ontario, which is the
imi enquiry into the placing upon the! largest   purchaser of supplies'.'     The
be seen   at Victoria   and   Vancouver, Board of Trade Room-City Hall,   onjjij;
Tuesday, Dee. 1st, at S p.m.
Business:     Receiving    reports
tees  and   selection   of  a     suit ,1,1,    . ..
iilac,> to start business. *
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IT WILL REPAY YOU TO CAREFUL! Y      1
EXAMINE THE
Departmenl of Public Works, ottaw
November 20th, 1908.
SPECIAL THINGS
- IN ..
All members are requested to make  *
- , a special effort to be presenl
Get the Habit Shares at $5.00 Each
market of this Nechaco   .-alley,
The section appears to be iii the 'n-
terior Of British Columbia and its lo
eaiion   must  be    exceedingly    rougn
"patronage list" was not peculiar to
the Dominion nor tu the Liberal
regime there. It has been the rule
from time Immemorial for   all    party
and hard because R. P. Bishop is re-j governments to buy from their friends,!
ported to have taken all summer sur-jand  thi.-. Is whai   the "patronage list
veying two townsnlps, No. 13 and lilt must be hard to reach, if the stories
of the outcoming party are to lie be-
A Brush and Comb
IS
Our Special
lieved. The properties appear to be
in the hands of a Seattle syndicate of
whom some prominent Canadian Conservatives form a part. Ii is also
said thai the British Columbia Governmenl   Is building roads   through    the
for today.
valley,    li  is further stated  ihat  ap-1 bring  aboul   a   real  nnd valuable re- j
plicants  al   the  land  offlce��here  can form   Mny   should   give  the   Whitney
gei no information with respect to this Government no re_   until it abolishes
district,    li   Is  beyond  question    that "patronage lists" In    all  Its    depa I-
the  N chaco   .all,;,   is    being    widely ments.    Toronto Globe, Nov, 25
lv, d  in the  1. astern and  Mid- 	
.'i"   >\ '   ;   Provinces   of   Mann.!:,,    and
h  the Eastern  States, and that COUNTY court CHAMBERS.
0    ol a former Provincial Cal Yesterday   b, fu     his   hon 1     I
inet minister is attached thereto.   The Howav:
climate,  I he   fertility  of the      , ,,    ,      ,.
* In re Beghai lta u  Oi dei
soil, 1 he facl thai  the 'i->\ernmi nt of    . - , . ,���
ol  administration      th   will
!  1 Solum "a   is  building all    the   ,   ,,   ,. 	
��� '.  li. 1 _��� nnedy Ioi  , xeutcoi  .
sti .. asons  why      , , ,,  ,
1     Mi re .lam.'.* 1       an.   Ordei let-
in , estmeni iu  I hi se  land * will h ,   .  .
ters   in   admiui on   \\ 1 an
rofita  le one. ,      ., ..
:,. iced.    Securiti   to    sal isfai     11    ot
i;  ��� :     :       formi 11 the pos- .     '   ,. ,
registrar.     .1.   D.   i\ lined ,-
m of ai    iliei ..   ite, how is
tors,
ial   lhe   llovei 1   Ian 1   offlc * .
Page vs, Elli       1 rial fix !)��� :.
!  in .. no il ii '.'    Is    the   ,,,,,,        , ���    .,   ,,   ,
II.  G.   E.  Coi "iii I. lor R.  M
I   'i .���  ol ai   ' it pi ssibh   *.*,   ,,    , ..      ,  .
' IM ul for deft.
��� :   ;1 mark, 1    �� ny      10 luc ��� ,..,,...,,
In  re Menu Eickhoff.    Order 1        I
: may b<    al    I     1     '.'    Mas the     ... ���,    .    .,
ministral Ion.     \\.   Q.   Mc ] 1     .,    Cor
..   j    ��� 'ii crown gnanl   l. so Man the
i exeuctors.
- can give thereto ?    If     . ,   ...   ,,  .
In ri   G.  \\.  Iluie.    For a Iminstra-
the land is crown granted, when was   .. .
tion.   Application to be rem ���   '    Mr.
tli    application mad" for same'.' Have'
means.    The Whitney Government has
been doing this during its whole term.      Regular price 35c a set.   Today only
Mr. Hanna spends large sums in buy-   2._c a set.    Come and so,.  i|  for yotir-
ing for ihe "public institutions":   Mr. j self,
Reaume makes large outlays for    thej
public works; Mr. Cochrane does    the
same  thing for the crown  lands.    If
conservtalve  journals   like   the   News
and   lh,.   Mail   and   IMnpiiv   drsiiv   r0 H	
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Anyone wishing to join may do so
at the meeting by paying an enroll-
menl tee of $1.00 and taking irom two
shares to fifty shares.
W. DODD, Secretary.
NOTICE
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NOW ON VIEW IN THE REAR
OF OUR STORE.
The Fair
'".. e buy for cash   and sell tor I i<
same."
THE
"Lord of the Isles" Camp No.  191,
Sons of Scotland.
A
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Book and
u b MacKay'Ss^���;stor.i
-Ml  members  ar.-   requested   to    at*  t| e    ���   B
���end the meeting on Tuesday evening,  ������_Ai:*_*rMiA^ *
December 1st, s ,,.���,.   Business:  Kb-,*��� ������������"***^"^""***+***"^^***mm^mm,^l
tlon of officers, and a social hour    I 1 ���������������
celebrate St. Andrew- nighl T\ 1
Bj  order, JT CUTIS VI
WM, SUTHERLAND  Chief.
JOHN  FORRESTER, Secnd
msylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
iioyaS Cafe
Entirely   New   Management
Proprietress,     MRS.     ARCHER
the conditions ol survey and ,ad*
rertisemeni been met ? Has any member of the presenl adminlsi r uioi     1.1
i;     .   ���    herein 1    Has nny pro 1    ��� ,n
liti'ri made in the estimates foi
M    '   .''ric  for executors.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
funeral of the late Wm
reys or lhe building of roads in   thej will take place this afternoon
v    , ,...,    Vii:..:.  ���    1, ,.      tin     ', ' ���'- ''"al;V undertaking parlors.
Pn, M.  .     . nrough Mi'
ich
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lld  .ill"-'. ��� r  It'.::. i ���         I         '
make answer, tl.
...i  :         livi i> a   mine ��f
1:     tin ....-  ., ie unta
will    overshadow the   groate-st
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
, :.   he iiall   ihell.
Game and fowl In
Meal  Hours:
I      ...-*.        .. 6 to 11 a. m.
L ini h    11:30 to 2 p. m.
Hi mie r ..  .. 5:30 to 7:30 p. m,
���   Refreshments  and  Short
Orders at  all   hour...
SETTLERS'
ASSOCIATION
OF B. C.
P.  O.  Box 356
Pho,*.
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.      En-
Col imbia and Sivh . 11
iin ea u       f to wn; ,
Ti rm    to 1
.    ' I fi , !''i'.:.
and       ���       ' il tiv.ued
' $1600.00.
Five a ill cleared a
��� for $1000.00.   Ti rms
P. B. BROWN
MANAGER AUCTiONEE*.
Begbie Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Boa  345 .���,������, ,���
.OFFICE: FB8HI STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. -   ���
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I      .. XMAS   GOODS ..
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J the very article you have decided on  for  thai   gift.    Oi
'   ��� .V st, cenl
���    "��� ��� ���    md     ������ showing a
CHRISTMAS GOODS
_rh selection will    rov,        fltablc*    . the : 11
���in
,",'.,i     ot    ' ��� ,. ,
IW. C.  CHAMBERLIN
The   Jeweler ���]
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TOO  GOOD   POR ALDERMAN. h>|
It  doei lo foi   a   man ftW
si   king   mnnicl too (j^
profuse  In declaring h     g 1   gua V(]
ties     A  candidate r   las     month's SK*
municipal election Blackpool,  Eng Cj^
tai. I   .11 his spi ���   ;'. u 1..   this I ...1 TM
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��� aii   ������   .1 int,  ���   ; epl)* to 1
1:011    ,    iu    .     : -��� mi ot
ol    ... and  ,
mawarc ol 11  will glv
1. ..! " .,.   to pro matti    ...   tn,
M        iture nn ��� * .   .������ . n  th,   qu n
..   dealt  w    , ' ii in
We are able to do.
HEATING STOVES
If jou want a heal     I .''���'���
. 1,      .      . 11        ii,. 1 ,    .
:      le t rlnim 1. * -      ,   o large rangi   1 Ighl I
Do   not   foi        * ��� 1        our O:
Kan;       the rai I .��� null,. sa'      11
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
I   .,'..   never drlnked  nor    smoked,
and  have  ne\   ���  walk, 1  oui   with   n  o��j.
His  reward  1    \A\
the i 1 payer:     w*&.
t wen ���    . nl
0 ca
angeli
TORY QUIBBLE.
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ihe Department ��� J^
qieii 1 fyl
y_i
1        opponei
do this, and the., .���.*,	
ar,  to dwell                           ol m
.1 lation,   Thi   general pub! c w ll SXj
'.���I doubt taki   thi   renunclatl ...    mo 1 Sic
ii riously and give the Minister , , mm C(j
for the reform  which he bai* by hla ^<4
|lat accompli hd withoui  waiting,foi mx*
���my other administrative or leg - aM... [Aj
lily. itf
It i.s one ol the Ironli - of journall ujj>
 .      ,        ^^___   I
mem of the abolition of the cau ���       K>l
_���      ________________    &2
awa   Ministers  becau 1   the'   had  noi p/f
taken action Blmllai  to  Mr,  Bl   I ur's, Jm<
In-ii'iincln;.   In   thai    connection     Mr.;(j^
Graham, Mr,  Puifaley and Mr, Oliver, ^rl
���\,.iii.' with thin compliMui  in th,- M ^4
and Empire the public receh id In tho LU
I,., ,,  the Information trom St, John, Tyl
\"u Brunawlck, that Mr. Pugsley had
nlrci-i ly, "after giving lhe   MM 1 very
Our prices, too, are the lowest of an;-   shoe house in British folumbl
Here Are Some of Oar Leaders
'��� '''n Bluchi          : ���    (it  Inch  top boot, made    with    heavy
-'���!' ���    olutelj    ������ ,1  boot.    Per  pair $3.50
���'' '      " Inch top, oil tanned _   , ,���. with   louble Bole
hi AH  bra     rlv< thc besl ���. pei   ,alr $4.50
'' ;      Canad an workman     hoe. mgue,  Bl 1   n 1 -
iraln  leath, ���        ���     ��� ��� ,, *;;,���,.   , .    ,���,,
   $2.50
moo ,. bide ,.1 ispi 1,.,      .������,.     Uri,u.  wilh    twelv,     inrll
"'b*'! *   an.1 ntted with  11 ap .       Per pair   $6,50
'"' '���Emperor- logging boots tor ,,,, ,,,.,,���,.,, ,.,,, , ,   .,
*'��� h cIunip sole and outside coun -     in.,,,, lm.h  ,���,,_ an(j  buckskin
��� ' ,,"(" you'll pay $7.00 for In oth     ;,!,n,      ,,���,. prjqe  ,���.,. palr$6.50
Tlit> Look Hill k Clad
to  Bee bobic ol   0
coal cai ried    Into
I il In't   know 1 hi
in   roa! ?     Wn j    tl
mosi as  many  a    tli
egga or butter.    Lei
you the kind tha    ���
the    perleetion   of   th,
flre  that  our coa
q-mihi    ;';;,",:.	
GSLLEY  BROS., Ltd.
ess	
& "
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mm
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
rading Company
Mr,   Wo r ,,,,    ,,,  n.   f,(
r  your siio,.
tb 1 complaints are v, rj often mad'
simultaneously  with    the    announce
Mi, . ��� nsiires Tin Mail and Empli
bund fault ye#terdaj with other "1
ta
1 oi Bupply    you
with the best lines possible at pric. from. lKM- palr ..." $1.75 to $7.00
'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Si&n of the Cig Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOU8E   IN B. C
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manatacturtr* and Deaters in All Ktnda of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
_ Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
F'ish and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
JYJ 'nc   L-Mnu&%"    or,ut   nouSE   IN B  C W?    -���___________.	
mB^mmmBBDB&BmBBB^BBBBBBBEm  ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS 111X,       U
, _.. ..   _ -
The Cash Stores
T. H�� SMITH
^^J*0*Vl���������aV*��*����>*O* , ., j,y.,,to,o^0
Great Alteration Sale!
Stupendous
Reductions
�� �����
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IN THE
WOMEN'S
NEWS; j^^^s uooas/|
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'���
ati
.... -, .   grocers
ting ol the B  C. R<
.   Vani ouver yes-
tali :
Dll    ,
 one .      the    tnost
lies,    Hei
B,        al        '-u.
!   ' 'In   ui. s
Mn-   h
th.' cli ta,
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upertntendent of
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lepartmental I
whi
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''h'   ���������    ��� tl ," ���    thai    mala..-    the
���.���   -   ...
. - com!  -
- .-..    falling
Th,  ���
;. nal Us
nd sales
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GOODS  R 6HT���SERVICE   RIGHT���PRICES  RIGHT.
LEE'S  Furniture   Emporium     :
��� lll o   rurmiure   cnipuriuiu      ���
��� ���
���     LEE'S BLOCK. COLUMBIA STREET.   NEW  WESTVI  \S"ER.   B.   C      ���
���
���
:
Opposite  Lfrne   Street,      Phone 73.
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bigge     i       erywhere: "Little Johnny      For    sale���Seven    roomed    hi
���'""'        H       Thursday evening.    **  bath   n   in,   pantries,   closets,   w     i
she i       liorse si til,  carrlagi    h
fruit   -������- s;  on  full   lot    For  1 n
particulars applj to owner. 192 Elghtti
s' >"-'   ''���    ��� ���   md  Ofl cer Gill    last
street.
n-'ghi   ,i .!,,,.;.    Imnn    a   half-
lireed,   ?.  ul   |   ,-    Vancouver   on    i
���   '��� ng liq ior to In lian
\ ���        'tui      .    ���       ...     ���   ���
near the
���   -.   made  to  the
Gamon
i". ii
.    fo
ival Cil ���   Mixture. ���*
liffer-
wUI
!>���-
.   in    In
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Al. . Ill- -     '.
twent y -1
adull
fifteen
n .. Mi thodisl .     Mo
���    ��� tween     Litl
..    -. . Ill  lau'-;l        n a ��������� ���'���
PRIME RIBS BEEF
Mutton   Veal    Pork
Dest Farmers
SAUSAGES
Bologna, Head Cheese
Pacific Meat  Market
Phone 192 McMENEM. I INDERSON       Columbia St.
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the
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k of  Montreal
-
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on  Sati
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���:
...     EVERY    ARTICLE    IN     ~"        READY-TO-WEAR    DE-
rMENT   IS   REDUCED   BUT    EENITH    UNDERWEAR   P>
I       :   ���   -M CORSETS.
j :<:���:����� + y+r+oo+<^o+o*o^+GQ+^*:+j+D+z>^i*^yK>+o
I lomen's $12 and $20 buUs Keduced lo $5
��� ,    the
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��� ���; r ��� ��� ' i ���
.   use 1 fo      -    '������
on
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f work i given in s
. . on  'l hui
;.  ,.i     ,1    h . . fund
,. :      given
. In . '���'* i ol the
BSTA.BL1SHED  1817
CAPITAL         .I.-..-W0.OOG.O0
RESI         111.000,000.00
Branches tb il Canada in   N  ���< :_ mdland, aad  In  London,   England,
Xi-'.v   *i , hli ���-,    -.-tne. D.EUL, and  Mexico Citj      a   ���< ���
<������ ... Business  rraniac t**d.
..tters of Credit issued, available witl  correapoadenta la all oarts   I Um
Woi   L,
Savinui Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums ol 11 ju pwi dl
and Interesl  allowed at S per , er:.  i-er annum  (preeenl rate)  a,.,ied
tour      v       ... ;jr.
Total  Ass'tis     .,     MM- 100.000.00.
\'*v     WE8TM1NSTKR BRANt H Q,  ll.  BRTMNKH    '
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and I row a    V    Rot
. ���. I 11
I, d  ra
������
u l .   ..,��� ��� charge ol   ���
$5.CO
S3 Children's Coats Keduced io SI.50
.'.
. ������-:. :.-   Afte
��� ���. ���   hm .
.   ������ que ted 1
.-���
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i.'i    lm Mi **dame    S
i    '���             (Rev.l '' W.  Houghton,
'  ���'-   ���                ould, J. S. i ,sr., G. SV
:. hers.
,1 splendid line oi Tweed Walking Skills at il5r,
Women's S10 Coats ior S4.95
Women's $12,53 Coats for fl.75
$7.75
(Positively all our $20 Coats on sale for $10 each
75c Flannelette Blouses lor 45c
$1,50 Black Lustre Waists for 45c
500 Silk Waists for $2
250 Lawn and I 'men Waists for $1
Unheard of prices in Women's Underwear
51.25 Flanaelette Gowns, in plain
colors and stripes, far 75c each
K indies' Vests and Drawers, slight
imperfections, for 25c per garment
Sweeping reduction on all hkirts and Furs
��� Mn an l skirt In the store i duced
Monster sale of Blankets and Comforters
. -.- ioi) pair ot ' ' in.' ���     n    loch     These must go, we
ere!    reduced  th m rrom  20  to 33   1-3   per    cent.    Evei
!������ luced,
 $6.j0
 $5.75
... :.
I hi   to t a
i lean
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:      This
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.   dcQ ial
lllinery busl
ud    - 111    b ���
i  id    on
���    . . i
ited C. Cham be rlli      .v
good     .        ilso
i.
, .   i X. Nori ii. w ho has x-
; timbi ���:  limits   in   th,
One  of Our iVlottos:
Prompt Delivery
:
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-    58.47,
Clear Mi ,���. ma cigars of exclusive
merit���die "Brlllante," made by the
B. C. Cigar factory
... ne 1    mi    Sundaj    ��Ith  ���
j." A,  lliii ' ird. one of his   < hi ��l  *
���
���
o
���
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I
Canned  Gooc'
\\    have Ji ' ��� '    an
inti i ''niiii d    Goods
i id Vegi Bi
��� . ; ���.  these goods   ��� for,  bu
��� an-.  ��ho had  been Luk, n
111 In the woods.    Mr,  Sort n
him at once to tin  Royal Colutn-
t.    ftf 'I
Publac Supply Stores geo. adams
���|l_r J Prop.
fiione   92.
Columbia   Street. Nrw    W, -,  ,,,���sic,,   U    C
���rated  *\�������������������������������������������������������������������<��������� ���������*������*������*<!
pon  for  appendicitis.    Mr.   Hlbbard	
is noi yet out of danger.
i*.mm***m
Oe04040��>0*0*00*>0*K)*>0*0*0*0  oe<^e<ieoeo����o*cx>*oea:,!*o*^*,T*o
, i    M ned Peel  IBc
pound,    new
Kyle's,    Fronl
i go, ds,    little    price
The funeral  of th     I ite    VS 1111 im  street.
Vienna,   kllli an   interurban car
on Prld -    ; ���    '    ivom
;ing parlors th aesday i vening  wlll  b<   "Tht
Maaonii    cemeterj -he Mouse."    By Bpecial   ir
\v. E. Fab
aoon  to   th
J.  S.   l'.'i:i'
ittractlon at   the opera   hou e ���
tbsenci    if a reg-
12 - biaded Safety
Razor   -
ml   the  man tgemenl    of    the
uccei ded  In  having  the
cult   price   on    the    lower
red iced from    $2.00    to    $1 50
ihe  pit   Mi,'rriu,''  will
id ai $1.50.
"The Lion and th,   Mou io"   i ti
v. ��� ...    'i;    evening    al    the   opcrn
Th,   ���!,"'.'. thai pii ' es   ovoi v
"���
M . .   ilp  Bl hop  i ,��� gal, nei
Ri ..   F ill,' i   Mar ���.   ill' O
n pioneer ml      nai      I n
in  ti  X
tcently   retui ni i   \ la   Poi' 0
-. ���     from   a   Cal hollc  com  ntinti   il 0
-   where over    slxt)     i'i    ��� ��� o
in ni tendance, and al <���- iii' h 'h"
I ol church exten lou w
Ij   d' ilt   u Ith,     AH..i   l| < ihIIii
..i     ,,n i ii,��� , oast,  Bishop i.' ���. ,1   md  ^
(�� 1  f)f)\       veteran miisiona -  will leni
WRITE
If You
Cannot
11
1  ���
',
MY MAIL INSURANCE IS INCREASING RAPIDLY. AS MY
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT FIND THAT INSUR
ANr.l    CAN   BE  PLACED  WITHOUT   TROUBLE   BY   MAIL.
Al L    CORRESPONDENCE   RECEIVES PROMPT AND  SATIS
FACTORY   ATTENTION.   WHETHER   IT   IS   AN   ENQUIRY   FOR
HA I I  |   OR   AM   ORDER   TO    PLACE      INSURANCE.        IF      YOU
CANNOT   CALL.   WRITE   WHAT     YOU     WANT,   .AND    I    WILL
i.HMIANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY RATES ARE THE LOWEST, AND THE OFFICES I RE
PRIIINT   ARE   ALL   OF   RELIABLE   CANADIAN   COMPANIES
tkets  for   	
Bts tor	
. .  $3.25
for  ���
 $2.25
 $1.50
 $4.25
��� '*"!ters for
imforters for
��� rs for
Gi7/ef��e Safety
Razor   -   $5.00
SEE OUR SHOW
WINDOW
:* ��� >0-K*OK��0*��0*K��0#0*0*'j*>'*-j*>u*>oo*>o*K>*>o����o��i
T. H. Smith's
Great Alteration and Trade Sale
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
HtADQliARTERS for SPECTACLES.
ilgary,
Sevehty-aevefl cats I havi  ' I  ']'
with bj   the city polli,. i ",|11 d u lng
1 the month <>f Novombei', nineteen   ol
Which   are   for   drUnktQ&SBI       I'lii'   1"
Ilan   ..dviniiin, iii   uri,     w|il,'li     V'"
Moiiiy meant .ulen ,,r lltjttOi  te   In
dian.-i, includes nri.i'ii iflofe    dltnli
llns  accounts ror   fl��V��B   hlttl-fi   l'tim-
ngc to property nuitibef live nni ihi*<-e ���
cases each or ragfattcy, tii.ti, opiunM
siller and  assault  are  recorded while:
the other cases are _'����������� ol a derloua
nature.
Dramatlo   i.ltuations   in   "Tho   Ut��
ani the Mouse' are ieen la every acti
It's Kloinv strongeit  drawing   card..
Bee it tomorrow night. ** !
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
^o*>04>o*k>*k>��3o+o+o+o*>o*o*x) Cr��^o4o*o4oaooao*oaoaoaoaK)
GET YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE \JP AT T11M
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackie Strett.
P. O. Box 6B5
Telephone 84.
Wing Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND ��ENT8* TAILORS
Su'ts n-nde to Order.
Columbia   snd   Mclnness   Streets.
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supplied by
The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
Pure Food Purveyors
The Best Meat at the Lowest possible prices*.   Butchered,
dressed &nd   shipped   under Government inspection &ml
Under  the  Latest  and  Cleanest Conditions.    Sold by
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
Rescue of Imprisoned Miners   Canadian Pacific
Is Proceeding Very Slowly
RAILWAY COMPANY
Mail.uu,    Pa.,   Nov   30. iteg   would hi    otal num er of deal
ni  ��� he nun   i    of di ad a iIt j -   ���
of th, :, aster of Sal      aj   >A    (,f the ; * bodk's VdU'Al *'*���- 7S hav~
>-M
ih.- mine of the Pittsburg, Buffal i C ai
tanj. vary today from 120 to -1 I
The offllcals ,,i the company dei : i
.;��� !,. : more i ban 120 w, re killed
,,ii 1 assert thai thi   Is the larg, -i pos
���   . ite     The   oreman  ol
lares  thu   _ i: men wi re  in
Iii ��� :i ld< ���'* fit ;. 'I'h,  other five are de- i
capitati       ���      '   badly mangled  that j
o .a       ���' l] bi   Impossible to i    -..
tlfy  ill, in. Thirty o     >r
od ��� -   �� ilch  wi re   In   Bight  of   thel
rescu   -    this   morning   undoubtedly!
will be removed today.
Three galleries of the mine remain
Imperial Limited
8:20 a.in.
Atlantic Express
3:20 p.m.
lea -' -
leave*!
���
Whether you travel for
business always buy your tickets via
ihe C. P. R. as you sre    ������ rtaln    of
Bpeed, Bafety and comfort.
Tickets Issued to and ''nun all points,
unexplored this afternoon and the to- j
the ii...    ai the time of the explosion, j tal number of the dead  will not
Only one escaped
 ^m
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    |known  until   Mi.-y arc  penertated    v*y
150 bod-j the rescuers.   The mine officials admil
..Mil  in  the  shaft.     So    far j that th   e still I   a possibility that the
eighty-three have been removed.   Thla'estimates hav.  been too small.
m.iifiii'i muii ���	
CANNOT Ml !JLW_B|i��E_ i^TJE.
igal, No., .." The y.-
eramenl ol Pori igi I todaj made an un*
, boi row $6,00*0,000
Poi igal Si,'" Hank to pay
the salaries of the govi nnn ni officials,
Th- treasury i- Impoverished and of-
ti'.. holders have received on reman'
-r.aion for their receni services. The
present resources ol the government
for the realisation m cash have been
exhausted.
The revolutionary i>art.y, throughout
the country Is using lhe -lination to
foment disturbances,
Street Letter Boxes
Follow ing ls the complete list ot
streel letter boxes, together with their
location nn,I numerical designation:
Boi No. Situation,
1���Eighth Ave. ami Thirteenth St.
2���Eighth  Ave.  and   Eighth  St
3���Seventh   Ave.   and  Fourth   Si
4���Sixth Ave. nnd Thud St.
B    Blxth Ave. and Sixth St
il    Sixth Ave. and Ninth St,
:   Sixth Am . and Twelfth > .
I  S   Sixth Ave. and Fourteenth St.
���  9���Fifth  Ave. anil Fourteenth SM
llth St.
enth St.
12���Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
13    Fourth  Ave.  and   Fourth  St.
14���Fourth Ave. and Becond St.
ir,���Third Ave. and Second St.
IG���Queens Ave  and First St.
17���Queen.-; Ave. and Third St.
18���Queens Ave. and sixth Bt,
10���Quei'iis Ave. and Tenth St
10���Eighth St, and Toronto Pla,'e.
21���Hanlan and Turner Sts.
22���Agnes and Tenth BU
211���Agnes and Seventh Sts,
24    Agnes and Fourth Sis.
..'���    _gnes and Elliott Sts.
l'i;   Vgnes and Dufferin sts.
27���Columbia and  Leopold  Sis*.
2.   Greal   Northern  Railway Station
20   Columbia and Blllotl Sts,
30���Columbia and Fourth Sts.
ill���Columbia and  Alexander sts.
112���Columbia, and Tenth Sts
33���C.  P.  It. Btatlon, Front  St
34���Front and McKenzie sts.
.'!..���Front and Lytton Square.
36���Front St., Schaake Building,
87���Drun<-tie ami Rear)  Sis.
88���-Columbia and Keary sis
ni)--Co)umbln  and  Distillery Road,
40���Elphth Ave  and Richmond St.
41���Richmond and   Keary  Sts.
42���-Columbia and Alberta sis.
Mail Service
low lng are the hou    ���     li - patch
, ��� .   rrlval of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given In
case being the hour of closing
- hich is half an hour, as a ruh .   i
actual aammQ0i*''     All malls
at   tnli     otherwise .*t_BW. are despatch,
ed and received daily excepi  Sunday.
The only mails dispatched    arvl    re-
celi ed Sunday are the <'. P. it. south
and C. i'. It. e.,si malls, not Including
the   way   mail:-.   Sapperton,   Frasei
Mills and Coquitlam.
Maiis  Despatched.
6:00 a. iii. (closed at eleven o'clock
the  previous   night)���Vancouver    via
M. N.   R.  "Owl."
7:30 a m    Vancouver    and  (exci it
Tuesday) Victoria, via  li. C   Electric
A��ent, New Westmlnstei.   railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all U,
S. points east and south, and points
between New Westminster and Huntingdon, B.C.*, via C. P. It. south; also
('. P. It. east, Sapperton, and Frasi r
.Mills.
8:30 a in. illaiiiu ami Seattle, including all I'. S. points ea.st and south;
also all points between New Wesmiin-
ster and   Blaine,  via O. N.   K.'
Note.-Cloverdale ami district (Clo-
For further particulars ana reserve
Mous apply
ED. GOULET,
��� to C. II. FOSTER,
Asst.   Qenl,   r'liss.    \e;t
V-MM'OI) v,ir.
Lower Fraser River
Freight ana Passenger bervice per
SS.     Favorite
i ver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elxin, Allu-
  : via and   Kensington    Prairie)    Hazel-
mere, Port Kells, Hall's  Prairie    and
Carrying freight and vf) sengera to j Nicomekl despatched dally except Sun-
all   points  between  New  We tmlnster j day;     Clayton,     Monday,     Tuesday,
and  Westham Island. i Thursday   and     Saturttay;     Tynehead
Leaves Itrael-inan-Ker'., wharf daily j and Hon Accord, Wednesday and Satin 2 p.m.; .additional trip .,��� Mondays, Urday. These malls are all received
1,,;lvin" ���" 6 :im- 'same days as despatched.
Returning leave Wesiham  Island 7j    11:00 am.-Vancouver, Victoria and
.a.m. dally, except Fridays at f, a.m.; i Central Park, via B. C. Electric rail-
addltlonal trip on Saturdays, leaving'way.
at 6:30 p.m., calling nt Steveston as]    12:30  p.m -Strawberry  Hill,    Tim-
inducement often
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
: berland and South Westminster, by
[courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1 M10 p.m ��� Ea*Jt Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
lmiii) p.m.   Ladner,   Port    Oulchon,
Westham I land and Bunbury,   daily
| except .Sunday;  Woodward,    Tuesday,
(Thursday  and   Saturday,  via  steamer
Favourite, Capt J, c. Bruce,   isteve..-
��� for CONRAD,.CARCRoss ati tn *(on ln;i" despatched ami received   via
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   ,5 Vancouver.)
FAIRBANKS.    Daily train,  (except1    2:30    p.m.���Vancouver
43-J,,ne���on Co.umbla am, Front Sts, | SSl   Si   5!^^*'   mM'���^' ^ (!' �� ������ ����
and     I'iiier
connect    with
ts easi and south (j    *
���1'lTer."
2:30 p.m    C. P. R. <        S
i' i i    r .Mills and  C iquitlam.
Note.   The two 7:30     ra   C   P, R
malls, south and  east,
all  points    from    New     \, i   trnln   ��� i
east   (Inclu Iin ���   Langlej   an I  d
vl ���  Port  Han, y.)   Tin  2:30 p.m. C.P
K.  deBpatch  omits  all Lower  Fras, .
1 points easl  ol  Coquitlam except  PiM
Meadows, Port Haney, Port Hammond
Webster's      Corners.    Mission      City,
Agassiz and  Harrison    Hol    Spi a
.Mails for Porl Moody and Barnet ..<"������-
j both via Vancouver and C. P. R. ma
Mails   Receiveo.
iM..", a.m. Blaine and Seattle, In
eluding all i'. s. points, via <���'. N. H
"Owl."
9:oo to 10:00 a.m. Straw berry Hill,
Tlmberland snd 8outh \v< Btminsl r
by courier (Tuesday and Friday),
8:20 a.m. Vancouver and Victoria,
via B. C.  Electric railway.
9:30 a.m.    Vancouver, via O, N   it
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���i.ailiier, Porl
Oulobon, Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Wood
ward, via Bteamer Favourite, (Steveston despatched and received via Van
couver.)
12:30 to l p.m.- c. P. K. east,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 pm.���Vancouver, Centra] Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by com ier.
2:30 p.m.��� Burqultlam, by courier,
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all v. s. points; also all points
between Blaine and New Westminster,
via I). N. R. (See note above as to
days on which these mails are despatched and received.)
4:45 p.m.���Vancouver via <!. N. R.
"Flyer."
6.00���Vancouver via B. c. Electric
railway.
imoo p.m<���Victoria via Vancouver.
7:00 p.m ���SumnB and Seattle, In*
eluding all U. fi, points and points be-
tween Huntingdon and New Westmin*
ster, via. C, P. R. south; also Fraser
Mills.
1:00 p.m.���C. P. R. east
tii
ItT
ADVERTIBB
- iti ���
tt
stages at Carcrow and W��Z uZ* ,'���     4:00~Van<-o,lv" ��nd  Burnaby lake,
maintaining: a through winter service'  V,a R ��- R,eo,rlc ralIwa*v.    Saturday
THE       DAILY
V
NEWS
Fot  information   _pp!v tn
f   H.   ROGERS, Traffic  m
antgei, ]
an  extra, mail  Is despatched  to    Victoria via Vancouver at this hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
C.   Mamber
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10.   Brine   Block
New Westminster P. O. Box 7<.*>
Synopsis ut  Canauian  Huir^ieadJ
Regulations.
Ai...  a.a ���   i "i.	
in the rallw ij  b< * ...
Ola, ma., be b imesteade .
vi ho is the Bole hea I i
any male over 18 years o    M-*
extent of one-quarter -
acres, more or less.
Entry must be  mi le j i *
the local laud offi
which the land  ia  - tuate
proxy may, how. vei     e made ���
tain conditions by the
son, daughter,  bro'her ���'
Intending home.*''    ���
The homesteader if i
[torm tht conditions ���
��� with under one ol
I plans.
Ill Al least s!\ monii
upon aud cultivation ol I
each   year  for three yi .
cm   if the father (or
father is deceased),   of   tbi
steader resides upon a farm
viclnltj  of the land enti ���
requirements as to real
satisfied by such person I
tbe father or mother
(8)    If the settler has bis
ent residence upon farmls
ed by him lu t.ie vlclnit) of
stead, the requirements   ai
deuce may lie sat M lied b)
upon the said land.
Six mouths' notice In writing ������""���fl
be given to the Oomnilsslonei i      '"
Inion Lands at Ottawa of Intel
apply for patent.
COAL-Coai mining right"       "e
leased for a period of twenty-ODi
at an annnnl rental of *' ep
Not   more   than 8660 m rea
leased lo one Individual or i
A royalty at the rate of five cents P
ton shall be collected on    tiw
Ohaotable ���'o*1' mined.
W. W. M1-''.-
Depuly of the Minister of 'lie IP''
pet*
��� nee
***       ADVERTISK      V*
��� IN ���
THF      DAILY      NEW
11   YCM'  Need   Aii.vil.Ill
Jjir* ru
esDAV
DEC
_    l too.
THE DAIL? NEWS.
PAQ3 SEVEN.
CHOICE   MEATS
Coming, December 3rd!
Joseph M. Gaites presents
Geo. M. Cohan's
Phenomenal Musical Hit:
AT THF.
Central Meat Market
I Wanted ���:- Lost -:- found
1 for Sale ���:-To Rent ���:��� tte.
77/�� 57V4GE
Corner Eighth St. ana    Klfth Avenue
PHONE   370.
BOWELL 6. ODDY. Proprietor*
City Elections
I WILL TRADE a flve i ere tama all i
cleared,   al  Westminster    tunctio.i,,
for ,ii..   lots;  Sapperton    pr, terred
C. Tyner, Box 556.
i'i Hi SALE���Lots on the Sixth street
ear line, for $lon each, $25 cash,
balance $10  per  month     White  & tn
Shiles,  200 Columbia street, City
"Little John
ny
nes
n
70
��� .fly the Biggest and Mo
34 weeks in New Yoi4
-*��.*��.*
'
here or tne
w
rt iv
��� igh I .-
the .   .
*
���   .*���
v  a.
;���.)���'_���; <>:_���
���   :
amous Attn ction in America.
22 weeks in Chica;
Hum*' Wave of Laughter with
Ail Star Cast and
Music!
Laughter!
p
Girls!
.Ices: $'1.50, $1.00, 75c SOc.
Notice ic hereby given to tho electors ol th   Citj of New Westminster]
thnt I require the presence of the Bald
j elector.,   .it   the   Olty Hull on MONDAY,    the    7th   day    of    December,
1908, ai  11 o'clock a.in., for the pur-j
pose of electing a Mayor   and    three
| School   Trustees   for   the  year    1909,:
.and   at   Ml  o'clock  noon of the  same1.
day, for ihe purpose of electing seven
i persons as Aldermen for th.j said year
j Of  1909.
The mode of nomination shall    be
las   follow.-.    Kach candidate shall  bei
nominated   in   writing;   the   writing _.
shall be subscribed by two persons a.*  TO
proposer and seconder, \Mio shall   be
duly qualified electors and residents >n
the Citj.  and such nomination , aper
shal;  contain  a statem mt  signe I  I
the   pei on i. imlnated  thai   he    eon-
enl     ��� nomination.
The i imtnation papi rs shall be de
llvered i tl Returning Officer at any
time * -i thi   dati   of this notice
and (In i        ise of Mayor and School   ,..
Tru 12  no ���:;  i :  the 7th  day of
;. 08, (In   tin   case  ":
p.m. of th,   same
day.
ii.     ��� of a    oil    elng nei
po opened on th
Uth   day  cf  1 908,   at     9
1   rema'n   open
: iii. of th       . ���    '        t   the
,.      T     Co Cham-
'-   . Hall, Si
tO! ..'��� -     '���'
corner    ���       V' kland tan I
;' wbl, h ���      . per-
otice and
If   iccoi dingly.
i,.                  my  hand at  the City
Westminster, the 24th Daj
of Noi -   . er, I i *
W. A   DUNCAN,
!:��� turnlne I ifflcer.
HOUSES TO RENT���Those nice new
houses on Thirteenth between Fifth
and Sixth avenue; splendid view.
One minute from ear line. Everything new and up to date; woodwork
mission finish, cast iron enamel
bath, electric light, hot and cold j
water, six rooms besid. po__.ch and
vestibule; four closets. Just the
home for a Christmas bride; look
over them. For particulars phone
A 179.
FOUND���Child's purse.
this office.
Mwner apply
"Little   Johnny   Jones."
\ musical attrac*ion ol exceptional
iii- rli  ani one that ha -   ilr, adj made
., metropolitan reputation In the I,���ailing theatres ot   the  i     'lit'.;   is  "Little
Johnny Jones," which wll   be   ��� en at
the  opera  house   on   Thursday    with
entire and complete original pro-
I duction.     .No   musical   play   produced
'for   many   seasons   ; ist   lias   hoen  so
j widely talked about ami no music has
] been  more widely  sung or    is    more
I familiar   to   every   household   in   the
country   than   the delightful  melodies
| of   "Little   Johnny  Jones."
Amy L��slie, one of the most famous
writers on stage events in the country,
in her review of the performance in
the Chicago Daily News, finds ocen-
sion in her column review of tho performance to f'-mark: "The play itself redounds tremendously to the credit of in young and busy an .author
as Mr, Cohn.    It reflects    much,   but
^___________________________________ copies  nothing except  as    a    kindly
RENT���Seven roomed, furnished ���.���, i,.._();i,. or Candldl> given remlnls-
house with one acre of ground; also ',.,.���,... [t is kindled with the spirit
forty chic;., n*;   rent    $20;    Queens  of   harmless   clean   troll,    md   has  a
avenue and Eleventh street.
u RENT���Furnished rooms from
$1.50 per week up. Steam heated,
bath and modern conveniences. Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Archer, ltoyal Ca  ��� i foi ni   ly Lei a).
RENT   Suite    furnished    rooms,
litable �� n hou ekeep tg. Ap-
���i Alex  S] ��� ck.
WANTED���Pup
: illn;
Bos   187, City
I - for violin and man-
ate.       Address
r i LET-  IM:'        .      droom.    Appl'.'
������   ' Dickenson    treet, i ';������ cent.
W VNTEDGood  |      i    set. In_    n    '
Appl;   M      J. Simpson, Ash
reet, P. O. Box 937.
FOR RENT���Furnished housekeeping
rooms; < in ������ :n : I eautiful view;
:  rnlture fi . Enquire room 7,
Burr bl< il
VESTMfN 3 T i-_ R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
1166 Columbia street. Phonp 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office. 107 Cordova
st*eet weet, Phone. A 2Tr.n. Vancou-
���c.-, B. C.
story which reads well simply as a
neat report so concise and Inti 111 ������
\\. is. Sueh a noveltj as Intelligence
elthei called for or expressed in musical comedy Is a departure and the
smari little romance, the comedy
drama and the plot, have lots of backbone and chan WU sharp, modern,
new .md agre, al li lorn i th ��� brief*
esl scene and -on-, and the music
which Is likewise the work of this talented young author Is so tuneful ani
o fi : ii I mtj lhat
every tune of c : up a will al-'
nn   ��� com) is  , whlstley memory."
'The L.on ana the Mous*. "
'I... Lion an! th Mous .,' he play
thai h is enjoy 1 ovei three yi ars of
aln unbroken duration as a su-
te success, ��� ill brought to the
opera house o:i Wi Inesdaj evening
of thla week y Henry B. Harris.
While this drama    may    have
been sen and enjoyed by manj playhouse patrons It is fai to came that
th.y will follow the example set
throughout the countrj in their desire
to witness the dealings and misdoings
of John Burkett Ryder afresh.
Charles Klein has filled this play with
such Lipid action and bright material
������   ���   ���*���        -_*'.:*c*c* *. cc cec-^eoece'+rTevM-erec^c^M-vc Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
i
T 7,  Block 36,
Mrltish  Co;u,r,-.;a Coast
Service
.irn
���yncpsis     of    Canadiiw     north-W ett
Homestead   Regulations.
A .;���  even numbered section of Do-
d  iauds :n Manitoba, Saskatch*
ev.        ���:; Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
_ *r*       i ���    l Mor  serious   thi
Japanese Employment Agency **-��_
mer ot Royal av, au, ind El' ������ ni i strei t, Si len
 le ,,; factor j   . "            an 1 C P. R
mn past thla p.opertj Price 53CC0.    Reasonable
THIS IS A BACRIF
Dominion Trust Co.
not .    -.:..':. may be homesteaded by COLUMBIA
any person who is the sole head of a
. , or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent ot one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry mti3t ne
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Ageucy or sub-
igency tor the district in which the
; land Is situate. Entry by proxy, may,
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE, j however, be made at aa agency on
Steamer Princess Victoria leaves I0|certaln conditions by the father, moth-
i.m. daih  excepi  Monday for Victoria  ir, son, daughter, brother or sister of
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Prlnc --   Royal    leaves    Vanco i1
laj at 9 p.m
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished,
and     lYlcNEEi-EY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINS'i ER,   B.   C.
Rhone  431- P.O. Bo-��   885
serious ighl that one fails to
.-leaning of the author
In . Bing "The Lion and the .Mouse'
but once. A company of players, who
It u said bui :��� - * y yet seen in this
p'.ay, wlll , n ic the many difficult
roles The cen equipment will be
i complete ln everj detail, and a delightful engag ment Is looked forward
to by those wh ��� vide themselves in
knowing what is what on the stage to-
day,
T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
New Westminster,  B. C. ���
I ��:�����:��� DKXD40*0*0*K>*0*0 O+0*O*O+0+3-**aD*>0*O't<��O*O+0
H"M"H- *M��M-
-THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
rder   placed
I   satisfied
lomer.
ORK SATISFIES
PRICES ARE KHilir
��� wi ������.  of anj des-
lantlty   quoted
1 Jackson &
""Al Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
\lt | ft]] the principal business centers ol
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAUI-
I'MMM  PROVINCES.
u     to BUI PALO, NEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Palls.
i*.,r Tin    Table8, etc., address
OEO,   W.  i/A i*
. liatani Q sh'l Passenger and Tioki l
A _.(.,.,:. . luino St.. Chicairo. 111.
O
��� 'ar. 1 Seattle.
_ ��i    Charmer leaves dally   for   Victoria
l p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S.  Trader will leave  Victoria fo-
New Westmiusteti every Tuesday.
Leaves N'ew  Westminster on  Wed*
nesday
with
cus-
.*.
I
I
*
i
"���V. LEWTHWAITE �����2.*��il
I
I.
I
I
C-BINET MAKER.
With J. A. Lee,)
'"'l   and    lollclta   your
lon furniture a Bpe-
:i i   itore furniture; all
ire repairs,
I&.V.
Workmanship,
LEWTHWAITE
:' ��� hop:
IPKlKl.N'h TO AND FROM NY
POINTS IN THE OLD OOUNTKY
CAN MM ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICII.
Empress ol Ireland. Nov.
1 Empress of Ireland ..
��� Empres,  of Drltaln --
.Dee.   11
,Dec. 26
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
5 S   Tec��
Le ,... ���  Vict iria   11   p.m.   1st,    10th
and 20th of eacb month for Cla.voquot,
Mosqul   ��� M irl oi and way ports    10
of each month tor Quatsino and waj
. i rts; 20th of each month for Ahi i   :
Quatsino  Cai e Scotl and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. -loan
i.,.,,.     \ in, .���..���".���   i :30   i' ui
;.,��� ives  Nana mo at
: a. in-
SKAQWAY T.nuTE.
..pin,   -    May leav,.- Vancduvs
er 1.
NORTHERN  b. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Lea-''    Vancouver  ..'nil   and   l'JMi  Ol
ever;   n   nth
MP  UlViilt.
Beaver���
From -New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 am.
For   reservations   aud   laiormaUoi,
���all or address
ED. UOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTKK.
..���st. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
<>i��T.��rnl  HiUM"r'TitBn<1ent.  Vli��trtHt
Box 304,
lu Alexander St.
Tram Office,
Hoube Phone B 29.
For   oilier
apply to
dates ami particulars,
ED.
OOULET,
C. P. R- Agent.
.mt
AOVERTIHK
-JN-
>��
THE      DAILY      NEWS
To INCREASE Your BUSINESS.
in intending  bonu'Stcader.
The homesteader Is rejulred to per
form the homestead duties under one
of tbe following plans-
(ll At leas', six months' residence
ipon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) ___ Pou-.esteader may, if ),e so
tssires, perform the required resi-
ience duties by living ou farming
iand owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, ia
the vicinity of his homestead Joint
; .u land will not meet this
requirement
���    M the father (or mother, if tbe
Is deci aaed > of a hon lei
��� rmanent residence on  tarmlnu
�� n,"l   toi, .    b    him,  ii il   less
than  eighty  (80)   acrus  in  extent,  in
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
ni   ::   li.iine-stead  entered   for   by  him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
lerform his own residence duties by
living with the father  (or mother).
ill Tho term "vicinity" lu the two
reci Ung paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more Dmiii nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive ��' the width
,M road allowances crossed in the
measurement
(5) A homesteads! Intending to
perform his residence duties In ac
cordan.e with the above while Hvlne
ivith parents or on farthing hind owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing mn*t
tie given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent
W   \v. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
VOLUNTEER
WAnNING
BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
TO  PURCHASERS.
Every assignment of the right of a
South African Voluteer entitled to a
land grant must be by way of ap-
polntment of a substitute and must be
In the form provided by the Act.
Special attention is called to Subs'., tlon 3 of s,ution ."> of the Volunteei
Bounty Act. 1908, which provides thai
n , asslg .: ��������� ���    ;  the right of a vol-
ite :  i ���  ��� ���     nt of a Bub-
��� it ite sh ill b< pted or recognized
by the   !��� i      ol   ths   Interior
s ', . .*_cuted and dated afier
tin d*Hi of the warrant for the land
cjrar.t I      ��� ,       the Minister of Militia
         volunteer:
.1   v INWAY,
���   ��� Di :   i     Dominion
Lands, Oft i������ a,
��� i   Santera  _.-    1908
Alex. Speck's Sporting Goods
Guns  and    ammtttrttion,    footballs,
rella    typewriters, fishing tackle
and all  kinds of light automatic
ierj   : "paired.
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.        'Man on the Wheel."
"The   Devil."
Th,- conipany that wlll present "The
Devil" in this city Is headed by Ramsey Wallace, an actor well known in
the w��>st, and his supporting company
i.-. veil b ��� th ������.'age. An entiro
d ol      ���   ��� ���  I effects. Inclii'l-
[ng  a   lotii, ;--- ��� 'leal   plant    are
d     Thi   date   n this city iii De-
cember *���
SenU)n Approval
1. BSPONSIBI.B fEOPl.E
A
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L
aughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
��� mi*,,*,..'
* "L"
��������: ~ *
���iti:
W. IN. Draper
�����   C.   Land
Surveyor
tllara Uiock   New Weitmlntter, B C
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new
second hind goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block.  Near Tram  Office
l'h,me 27").
and I
ta
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Your
Business
Givi us your first of the
. r .in,! see how well
�� ��. wil ; reat you. You wlll find
1 that oil) goods are all of the
I   vi ���'  quality, strictlj   fresn
ces  . Ight,
'., ���   can   s ive  mui  money on
. c, ry orders,    "Try lis."
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j       Firs;  shipment    of    Japanese
]        tig, - ;, .  just in, per ,1 ox 75c.
\   .  '    oranges,    large   on,
1'.'. n -10c.
We       .. fi n   boxes li ft    of
j     hose !ov I.i   apples,    McAulash
1   Red.
C. A. WELSH
���The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
Johnson's
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYE for
dying all woodwork furniture
and floors,
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX  for  polishing    all    wood-
���
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
SOLVA for removing all paint,
varnish, >. tc.
JOHNSON'S   PASTE   WOOO
FILLER for filling th.- -.rain and
lores  of wood.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
NECHACO VALLEY
ATTRACTS ATTENTION
Returned Surveyor Describes ���
Conditions in Northern B.
C.   Settlers Moving- In.     I
	
Phone 379.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beit quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
. hei        N  ���     ti.���R.    P.    Bi*  ���
j who c; t week with a re
turning    . ��� *���'���-*- ha.ve    ��� ��� .1
sm \   Mn.:   . li 'n   townships
13 and ' '��� In > '���   a>'s that
a   11 nml er oi went  into   ti   I
. ction ol mtry this yi ar.    lie
stat,      ii.e   a       11  deal of  valua   ���
land Is owned in common 1,\  th.   1      j
dians who, as usual, do not trouble 10
cultivate it.   Tl    land In the Nechaco
I valley  i- , OV,   >  :  With n 31 cell I gi     '
I of  po] lai     i '       con parativi Ij   easy
1 to clear.    Evidence ii seen    of ,i   fir
growth,  bin  ' nl>   ..  lew  stumps    i*. -
main.
li   i.s but n ci nil} thai   this  si i tii a
; has been nee ��� I 1   to s< ule.*. as f i
mi . ij evi ������} thing had to be packed   ���������
Howi v,r. last  winter the governmi nt
; built a sleigh road, which largel;   I
, low- th, trail of the old tei, graph
running from Quesnel to Fraser lake.
Now  :i   regular  w agon  road   is
built by ihe  gov, rnment,    of
some forty or fifty miles appear to    e
alreadj   completed, and  the  resi   wil]
I,,   finished   ere  long.    The  result  is
thai settlers are now able to bring In
| their effects
Sj" aking of the Grand Trunk, Mr,
I Bishop  -'aid   thai   the  line  ha 1
' ioi in ii    foi    pari    of   the    distance
through   thi     listrict.    It   crossed     the
Fraser just  above  Fori   George    and
Winter  Rates i":'1 ,vs tne so";h s,u,n: ��f t]w Necl ��� '
1 river nearly to Fraser lake.    Tenci   It
apply to skirl    the south shore of Fraser lake
I as  far .is  Stella.    From    Mint    point
Brine and McLean. Ither,   are  two   preliminary   lines   hud
out, and it is understood that  the <v
P. 0.  Box 249.
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Westminister, B, C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Proprietors.
| act. route i** not deflnitelj  settled.
AUVKRTISE  IX   THE  DAILV  NEWS
Special  attention   paid  to      Banquets, I     T1'"  i��"',v  remained   ln   the  C0Unl,r5
until the last  moment, and had quite
Private  Suppers and  Dances. an exciting time    coming    out.      The
... . ,, .   _    .  ... river was beginning to freeze am! was
100  Rooms. Hot and   Cold   Water. .    , , .  ,
j ful] of block     an   mch or   two thick,
Steam  Heat. nnd  ,;., ,   were  obliged   to   keep    the
...   ,   moving  day  and  night.    They
 made ti  record  trip for a  large
w    mr q   q from Fraser lake to Soda lake, cover*
J* l\eWSOme OZOOnS M. thirty miles In th ��� fiv.. days
Painters and  Decorators'	
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
Centrally  located.
Conducting   Inquiry.
Winnipeg, Nov. 30 J. II. C u
New Westminster commissioner of I . S immigration to
Canada, is here on iiis way to Vanco i-
vei and Victoi la. H, will Inq lire who
causes all the fi Iction among Unite 1
States officers arising from examining
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street       people going to the Sta i
SEATTLE 	
RATES:
Room   $1   per  day   up.
Room   and   board   $2.50  per  day  up.
Room   with   bath   $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
XMAS GROCERIES
Candled   Peel    Raisins.
A full line of general provisions;
owes) prices. Try om __<mi.|s and
mi will coin.- again.
���   ���������������������������
All outside rooms, with ho: and cold
- ��� .un heat, ions distance tele-
ne  'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBERT,   Mgr.      Corner Sixth Sue,-, and Fifth Avenu
'��� - Phone 404.
THOS. RUTLEDGE
��� ��� ��� ��� .������.. ���i:.*m*m*i;;:*i;. ���':':���..������:: '���#���*��
* Electric Railway Service | New Westminster Gas Compa
ny
m Interurban    Line.
��� CMrs   for   Vancouver   and     war
��� *  tioni  will  run  every half-
��� .:    from   5:50  a. m.     Last
��� ar li iv..  al ll p. m.
Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
��� ' an   leave the  depot    every
��� twenty  minutes   for  both   Sap-
City  Line:     Cars  leave tram Z !
office on the hour, twenty min- ��� INOtiCC  to Consumers
utes after and forty minutes af- *>
ter,  commencing  at  6:20  a.   m. 2 COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
i: All gas used will be charged for a-
Sapperton    Line:   Cars   leave - the following rates,
at   ten  minutes after the  hour, f. ,;.,, UBed   ,',���-  lighting                   .$2.50
half past ani fifty minutes after ���     ,;,JS ,ls���,, tor heatlng and c  Ing $2.00
the hour, commencing at 8:30 ���   |Qaa UBed for power $150
*��� In'                                          ��� ('ash discounta will he allowed   off
m     above prices on all bills paid at    the
Sunday  Service   niilt-Dourlr  Li<s- A    [   ���.. f     ,      ,,
office  ol   the  Cunningham   Hardware
'���  ""' i] ������" J    Company on or before th. 10th of the
' current   month,
,.   ^   .   ^   .   . ���   !       NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
���    p. rton and city limits over tbe
citj  line.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
I Novembi r 12th, MiOK.
I
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Calendars
Xmas Postals
Xmas Cards
STOCK
COMPLETE
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
Bridge Contract Let!
Queensborough   District <>n  Lulu  Island destined lo Ij,  om    nf
the largest Industrial centres in the province.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
to get in thi  way of an advance by buying water frontage Mur..
Shrewd Local Investors
have alreadv moi.. ih.au ,1' uled their money hy IniMtn; n, i}n,,���a.
borough, *
Mai>s ami price list on application to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
tm
I Ml
*Baa_Ba_e_a8^^.
BIG STOCK-REDUCING
IN THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT
Commencing   TODAY,   NOV. 30th
Close Upon $20,000 Worth of
Seasonable
High-Class Clothing
For Women and Children
WHICH MUST FIND PURCHASERS DURING NEXT TWO MONTHS
We are face to face with the pro lem of clearing our READY-TO-WEAR   DEPAR1 >li
immense stock.    Trade and weather condition   have   ��� as! thi  early selling of  .���
We are going to take, no chances on having to earn over ��� es,   Ready-to-Wear    Gin
are commencing this big clothing Bale with a determination   i       ke it the most successful   o
ness career.    There is yen a long season ahead for the wearint  ol ���..inter clothing.   So be nil
the opportunities here presented.
PRICE OF
LADIES'
COATS
REDUCED BY
One-Half
One  lot consisting of  ladle
three-quai ter   I, ngth   ooata    In
dark, medium and  light colors.
AH tailor made, neatlj  trimmed
and finish, d.    Some fort)  st) I
to choose  irom in  the  til't.-ti .-
coa      ,n   sale,    All    Izes  from
32 iu  12 Inches.    Regulai pi h
range from >7.50, $12.00, $!**��� 00
and $2     Realize a saving of
on,-half   by   buying   ai   $3.75,
$6.00, $9.00 and $10.00.
NOTE THE
LOW PRICES
ON THESE
THREE LINES OF
Children's
COATS
Thirty five only. Children's
Long Winter Coats In size
suits'���'��� for girls from four i >
��� ���i_.'V .. ��� .i rs old. i loloi s are
ni"* My dark, with a few siz, in
light grey, Thia i,,t is compi Ised
of regular \ alues from $3 75 to
������". 00.     Now   clearing  al      $2.95
Thirty   only.   Children's   Coat.
In bei'��� i grades than the foregoing   lln, .   WiMl  clinic,���  foi
of oldei   j .ar-.    Regular . i
$.',,on to    $8.50,    Now    clearing
at, .-ach    $3.95
Twenty-three only, Children's
and Misses' Coats���In line cloth
and 'weMs, An excellent nhow
n | al big reductions, All si/.e-i.
Rei ilar values $6.75 to $10.00.
N'ov. clearing ai  $5.25
PRICES LESS
THAN HALF
ON THESE LINES OF
Ladies'
DRESS
SKIRTS
We iin,i our racks overstocked
b) some 160 skirts, and the
knife goes in go,,,] and deep to
clear the surplus. Be quick to
Investigate.        Regular     value*.
M.BO to $6.50; at   $2.95
Vou wlll find this tbe greatest
skirt offer ever placed before
ynu  in  Ihis city,    All    -lues    of
dai:.  i��eed, Ughl    Btrl   i '    and
plain   colored   In ,
11 Ice a�� a.,  less than you \
for     ih,-     mat, r,.
m tho lot,    E tch .    $2.95
AT $4.95.
Regulai     raltu $7.50        i
A 1 Ig range    oi    i xtra
auallt).
Venetian,  Cheviot.   Serge   and
Cloth    Skirts���In     best     ta   o
made   styles.    Might   an I     dark
colors  In plain and  fane)   mixtures  and   plal I di Ovei
si \ ��� nty  st) les  to ch    I om
. '   '    : : EC<        K.ieii    . . . .$4.J5
INVESTIGATE
THIS
Remarkable
Suit Offer
Our     Entire    Stock    of     Ladies'
Su'ts  on Sale   at  Three
Special   Prices.
Ladies'    Broadcloth    Suits    at
$25.00    Regular $32.50 to $4.	
valu, The   Reason'      nice::
suits in only about a dozen
st) les, We only a-k >,,u to ex
imine ihis line to appreciate
the  sacrifice made.
At  $15.75���Regular $20	
00 values, Nine suits only
���<, choosi from at this price.
v i    Izes now in Block.
Cheviot  Suits at $9.95    Regu
lar $15.00 to $17 50  .nines. Only
eight   suits  left to  go  al    tliis
extremel)  low price.    We make
the cli an-up complete by off' .'
illg  th,    hal,nie,    ai   $9.95.     The.
will Boon go at this p rice.    Bi
mi baud earl) If you desire on\
$5. 75 Heatherbloom
Underskirts
CLEARING  AT
$3.95 each
Two dozen only. Underskirts
In brown, green, navy, grey,
-tripe,i and I,lack. Heatherbloom
underskirts with deep, wide
flounce and Mills. Regular
pric-   $4.75 to $,',.7:',.   Now  $3.95
Moreen
Underskirts
NOW
$1.96
Regular  values $2.50 and $2.75.
On,*    lot    of    best    English
Moreen Underskirts    made   in
full  lai ge  -iz, s and I
Al]  coloi s.     fi ,
skirt   valu i
al    thi ilar   p
��� ach    .   :
$1.75 LUSTRE
Waists
NOW
#7.35
Hlaci.    and   i  ���
zes,    Well  madi
quality lustre.   < In!
n  In  the     ��� ���
qu , kly.
S WEEPING
REDUCTIONS IN
Milli
inery
TABLE   NO.   *
Trimmed   Hats.   $4.50  es;*
Twent) fit e      on
Ti Immed   Hats.    Ri -
$G "'i to $8.50
TASLE   NO. 2.
Tr.mmed   Hats,  $MM
1 ���> ��� Illy   onl).   I..i .
tlvel)   Trimmed Hai       H
$7.50 to }\ 1.00
TABLE   NO. 3.
One-quarter  off  u
ance "t om- gtock ol Pa
N'ew York Pattern Hm
own   made-up  model      R' -
.i ces are $12.50 to ������ !    '
sal,   ai   a   redu, tlon
qua rt, r,
All   Untrimmed   Shapes   al   H
Price.
Watch our Window
Spaces and Advertisements for the Next Twc
Months
Thi y will  be H :' tl  ��
gains and special prh
ments  from the Ri ad) to V.
Milliner) Sections.   We prom
you   evi rything  a*    idveri
with  many 'a  money-savlm
port unity not mentioned hi '���
No sale lines on approbation during this
Sale
Red -'
Thi    Ready-to-Wear
has many reduced lines OD 'I
play. Visit thii department '
vou will be amply re paid.
and
Telephones   88-109
W. S. Collister & Co
���
THE  STORE   POR WOMEN'S WEAR
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