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ite, Shiles & Co.
PlUE INSURANCE
JEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLOM-E ri N-' il;;i-i; -''''
its ��� _ _
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW WEBTMINSTER, B. C,  MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18,   1907.
L"cu,        TEN  CENTS PER WEEK
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mm mm     blast may have     liberal candidate   proud actors tramp basketball teams    bank* ,i tinue
: THROAT AT BLAINE      KILLED NAHU GIRL WILL BE NAMED TODAY THE GREAT WHITE WAY    MEET ON WEDNESDAY      OPENING EVENINGS
scutcheon, of This North  Vancouver  Mystery. Nominating Convention To | Thespian's self Esteem makes | Boys From thettozen North (Saturday   Night    Business
fay, Attempted Self Mur-     Seems to Defy Solution���     Take Place in St. George's
'jll Border Town. New Theory Advanced. Hall���130 Delegates.
*���
^���Rutr!><''i:i. .i   nieiii weT_7.ii.iwu      There bavebten ikj developments b;
where be had lived for connection with the North VaacouV&r
v.,,,,. yeiterdayattempt- mUrder 'uy**ry' "****** l" the po-
liif. who are verv reticent, but ii/lniit
It suicide in Blaine by cir-   ,,   , ,,, ,.,,        , . ..
lb.il tbey are still working on the tb
Wfr"'���''��� wiIh a niz'"'   He '"'  or) thai possibly some other lEafi tee
A gh-i-i!.-   >>���" iu'1 .nil was not   negro Vlnetto, now in custody, is the
T> live  many  hours.     Nei in*   guilty  party.
KuuU be obtained last night      '" North Vanoouver, where the tl-
jjnan's condition, i fair is still tbe sole topic of converse
���Pomiaiii ii gathered In  this tlon, the belief is gradually but Burely
lay, it  appears    thai   Mc-  gaining ground that tbe girl was nil
b.i.l   been    despondent   for murdered on tbe spot where the body
past,  and  was considered  was found.   Tbe theory that she may
%S ble associates as neet al-   have  >""�����  accidentally  killed,  possi-
in liis right mind.   He bed   bly bj   -. blast, and thai the bodj was
���en working as teamster at   carried away and hidden, Ie heard iu
ElDf-riii.. cainii on Me ri. i.. ie-     ;,:,   quarters,   it is point   I out thai
jaml had  been in the habit  'his Is just what a foreigner, such a-
fceriodfcal trips to this city.   ;i    Japanese,    Chinaman    or    Hindu,
|j made Wise's hotel,across   *'o��M   have done  under the  clrcum-
jfc, bis  headquarters,  having  stances,  as   ue would   naturally   fa?i
���ere for the past two years,   being charged  with the death of thl
girl if she were found close to where
bo might have been wi rking,
Wtsb.   !!'��� owned ,i heavy team
IS an 1  a   '.vii-iiu. and  had  m-
H sell  them,    lt   i i  suj   ���
lenl over to Blaine foi
By train, tram and boat, delegated
to the Liberal nominating convention
whie a is to be held in this city thli
afternoon, wil] be arriving all mora-
Ing, and by two o'clock, at which hour
the chairman is expected to call th_>
meeting to order in St. George's hall,
it is expected that fully one hundre-l
and thirty staunch supporters ot good
government, representing New West*
minster city, Delta, Richmond, Chilli-
wacl . a ! Dewdney, will be assembled
to listen to his opening remarks.
i All arrangements in connectio.i
with the reception of the visitors aro
in the hauls of a competent committee, and every detail has teen carefully looked into. The principal busi-
tii ss of the meeting will be the first
thing deall with, namely, the nominating of a candidate to represent ��he
V ���   ���minster district in the Dominion
The movefoents of the negro Vine!    ,.;,., Mm, which is    expected to take
to bav been closely canvassed by hua-    , ,,,   .��;���;,.., the next few months, Th.
dreds who have been over the ground, (choice of the candidate will be mad'-
,0
loikin.. on the constructionI but  nothing  new ol consequent   ha
river I ridge Eome years  to veloped.
Irbeoa W.as tin* victim of an
FOOTBALL PLAYERS BREAK
LIMBS IN VANCOUVER
The Invincible Wanderers wen tl
victors in the game played a1 it creation park Saturday afternoon aad ��!<���-
t'l'.eU'ii the Vancouver Athletic club
with the sdore ol six points (two
11 les i ui nil. II was a splendid g im ���.
.but  wa_s   marred  by  two  serious   a'-
dents.
Shortly    after    the
fchicn  affected him  for tha
ieis days.   A sharp pii ce
11";-'!f_H   _____P'     '''"' '"':"' '''V<<':ul'' :>*'
was removed wii bin a f' w
Dr   H. Kdi-n Walker, the
ever the same, and often
ol pains in the head.   He
Binder Dr.  Walker's cave for
He was between twen-
tnirty  years ol age, and
;.<m    as being a stea I;
1 B1 discovered in Blaine
fl I     ���' :irl' ''"
Llil    I ���
ently written by some un
ir'son,  as    the authorities
nol   make oul the name
I although iin- a Idress,   N- n
���er, \> ae  quite distinct. The
fcthorities    telephoned    ov t
know  whether a man  nam   1
|    ami    McKercheron    was
ltdiliiv-; thai the    name had
^Wiml '.,  ri,.   pers.,,, ,,!' ;,  man  ... ,)k��n atKmt the ankle.
4 attempt', i suicide.    A r-'c ri1' 	
HurchaseH   through     L. Mc-
ttrie, W.as al-es  fiuniel  iiii  tiie  man.
��4��J��nthl8   grea'l:,    fimplitied   tl,.'   wo  1,
outsi ���
bj ballot, anl on account of the number nt' delegates present, the counting
will take some lime, and the result
will not be kn iwu until well on in the
afternoon.
Immediately the choice of a candidate has been decided upon, the meeting will proceed with other business]
some of which will be of considerable
importance, A number of important
n solutions have been drafted by local supporti rs of the party, and these
will be endorsed at this afternoon',;
meeting and later forwarded to the
proper quarter. There will be an Inti .��� sting discussion <>n the Asiatic s't
nation, and ii is proba ,le thai a res-
;. P:
resse
itrff
cri
Spencer came In collision with Wood-1��lutlon dealing with this ..lldm.nrtan:
ward, uld later fell down on the slip- ^stion will be drafted and endorse,
pery mud, and it was discovered af- by the meeting
,e,wards that his le�� had been brok- Any delegate who is arable
,.��� The second one occurred in the tend the meeting .s reminded tha,
second half, and this time the p. pular proxies must be appealed thi? morn-
Bmie Murray, one of tri' star play- mg. and notice given to the chairman
ere, w;,s  the  victim.     Tbe accident! of th,   convention before the meetinn
Him Refuse Fair Offers���
3000 Broke on Broadway.
happened In just the' same way as the
lirsi one, only that  Murray's leg was
POODLE DOG CAFE IS-
SUBJECT OF DEBATE
illi 1 to order.   Alternates are not
allowed at a nominating convention.
The repori which was current last
week thai some. 3,000 actors and actresses were Idle iu Ne W York city vv..s
odd news to the layman and ordinary
theatre-goer, and James W. Evans, an
oil theatrical man. who is stagite:
"Don'l Tell My Wife" for presentation
at the Opera house Thursday and Friday nights, was askeii to discuss the
situation.
"Yes, l bave seen the report,' Mr.
Kvans saiel, "and will say that the occurrence is mu an unusual one. 1
hardly believe the financial Btrlngencj
is the cause e>f this condition, but tha;
it is due In part to the 'survival of eli.'
fittest' both in plays and players.
Nearly all were employed at good Bal-
eerie s at the opening of the se i i i
but as different managers were com-
��� le:l for obvious and varied reasons
to necessarily 'close' their show- il
was e case of 'Take me back to Broa 1-
way' for tiie' players. To an actor
Broadway is heaven, and they almost
prefer to be there broke than on tho
road, wi rking. Then an actor is very
proud of his position and his attainments, He glories in his self-esteem
and ability to refuse offers.
"I would venture to believe '/hat if
today hundreds of the reported 3,000
many of them penniless but proud,
w< re to be offered a part not exactly
suit< i to ber or him, ot If the play
was nol entirely up to his ideals, or
if the salary was a few cents les; than
the i bad previously earned, it would
be 'No and me to remain on Broadway.'
"But the thespian's pride is often
a valuable asset in dealing with many
managers, and they are compelled lo
barn traits mme pleblan than artistic to top1' with the wily third rate
impressario. Many unfortunates seek
their own way back to 'good old Manhattan ri!"' owing to these same man-
igera, and though, as 1 say, actors aro
proud, they are generally a worthy,
well informed class Of people, whose'
guiding star is ambition, and whose
love for t,n:r work is in a greater
quantity than these managers' lo-e
for ari and a 'square deal.'"
Promise to Give New Westminster Team Hard Time.
The  basketball team from  Dawson
will enter the lists with the NewWest-
Does Not Warrant Extra
Work, Declares Manager.
Dating from December  1. the four
  banks doing business iu this city Will
minster Seniors at the Armouries on no longer be open on Saturday eve-
Wednesday evening. The team is now, _\1___i u has been usual in the past.
fairly started on its four months tonr, , _ meeting of the hank managers was
having had several hard matches alnco Ueld last week, with the resull that
leaving the Yukon, and they should it waa decided that the custom woU]
be in pretty good shape when tbey en- l)e jont, away w|t|,, during the next
gage the locals. Tbe New Westmin- few monIlls a, least.
ster bunch has as yet played no regu-       Questioned M to the reason for the
innovation���which is not looked upon
with favor by a large number of peo-
lar matches this year, although a ime
good practice matches have been
played, and thev will undoubtedly
give thc Klon likers a hard battle.
A preliminary match between the
Columbian college and the Militia juniors will be called ai ahout 7:30
-���'(lock, and room will be made for the
seniors tee go on aboul 8:30 o'clock,
The senior Militia team will lin*- up
as follows: Guards, Spring and Peele;
centre'. Morrison; and forwards. Sangster and Robertson-
Body Found on Road.
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 1".'���Tne tody
of an unidentified man about thirty-
five years old, was found this morning on the Dallas road at tldewate*
shot through the bead.
NANAIMO WILL HONOR
MEMORY OF PIONEERS
>t't!��e local a'ohon'ies
D
���
Victoria, Xov. 17.��� if the recommendations of the police' conurilssioners  bears any  weighi  the  license of
(PORK  800N TO  BEGIN J
ON   E. &.  N. TERMINALS the   Poodle   Dog  call'   is   in   jeopardy.
  _\ special meeting of the police com
.Victoria/ No\.   iri-  Tlc'.-e   is  some [..;.--.imi was held yesterday afternooi
probability tim   v. .uk    will   !,������  com- ����� n-n a re] ori on the i induct of th_
Uenced  ln  conni-eriui   with   the   pri ..���    i;,i,,:it   for   tlu-   pasi   lew   month;
pOSed   new         , :,          : initial-    of
CMMdIan Pn cu  ���.���'������   date.
The 'prope' ��� id.    ' ic   ���-.'���. "i l:
to .t��--estai,!i : ���- <'< ���    ai wi  ir-ui
Works, ts sui: ' 'i;,'-< '��� i ���  e.n   '��i;1 '���
was submitted and considered. Thia
, epoi: ba '. I een prepanefl by the chief
of ; olice al i he requesi of tho may >r
and after a full ooasideratlon thereof
and hearing Mr. Smith, one of the pri-
FLAMES ENVELOPE THE     I
SCHOONER BERKELY
WATER NEEOEO WORSE
THAN GOLD IN VICTORIA
Nanaimo, B. C, Nov. 17.���A "Princess Royal" time will i," had in thl".
city on November '-7. This r.-.ena..
that the fifty-fourth anniversary of th"
e landing in Nanalmo of the pioneers
from the Princess Royeil, which came
oul from England, is to i.e observed.
The .Native Sons of Nanaimo will
have charge of the affair and the
scene' ni ceremonies will be al the
historic Bastion.which will ie in keeping with the Bpirlt of the affair. Th.'
Bastion, the Interior of which bas
been improved, and on which oth ir
Improvements will be made forthwith,
Will Illuminated, and the Native Son
will perform the role of hosts.
Nanaimo owes much io the plucky
Princess Royal passengers who came
here in 1854. The whole city will turn
out  to honor the memory    of mos?
lag empkp   : f  .....   ,   :|��� i       ,,   . ,,, ,.,,, cftjC( a resolution wee
there Is a ����� .���:������������..     ������: ���-                     :������. "in        ��� ������������ ii i ��� mati  r
tertall soatt> .,.���������.'������:.���          license commissioners to con Idei
must be el  . ��� '  -u ������'������������ ���:.)..    . .      .vi ability  of cane Hlns   th    li
bor will be ��� -
work"alo��' .'eral complaints had been  made
Superin* ,.,���.;        io the manner In which, il  Is al
in the city        i ' ��� ���   - :i                th<   Poodle Dog ht^-ai lal
thte|(;''��ean" lecided upon aa    onducted.   After Mr. Smith had    een
the Jesuit i    " !i;        -n an opportunity Ut answer the al
ttonxothei ' ���;. iipi " '-��������� *
this' jnomi "'" ||: :
the plans i . --n   ;    '<
yar<g jmd m.i   - ���
IMk pttLZtlC'.i, b- eel
Santa Barbara, Cai., Nov. 17.���En
vek.peel in flames thai started in hi r
engine room at 3 25 o'clock this morning from unknown cause s, the new
sti am si hooner Berki 1;. of San Francisco, worth $73,000, mei her dcomsis
,iri- .- olf shor - ner Point Conceplloa
lier crew of twenty men barely having
time to escape from burning to death,
,i:.i the chawed bull is now adrift, a
di r. licl.  men ti li ;   na\ igat lon,
'i he Bi :'. Ij clan red from Ban Pedi i
,'.., in   11 .��� A   i ba rged a i , ��� o ol lum
' ei al 11.30 o'clock on v. e p   id ij afti ���
. ... ti,   ne 1  v,a    on   her   ,\a      to
, ram Isi o.    Fireman  I loutherty, whil ���
her    mac liner;.     dist  vi r .1
smoke coming from  no tr tho    wa. '���
loci   ;  and bel re '.;,��� could   do   an;
Lhin ; iii quench the fire, flames shol
oul  . .i all sides of the engine room,
and mpidlj eating i heir way along ihe
room  turned  thai   departmenl  of the
_Wk FURNACES CLOSE
commissioners as soon as possible   The
commisslcmBra    concluded, bo  Mayor
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^, Mcrley   si;.'K"l   Pisi   nighl.     tha!     the
0����     jjH$6 lo Grand  Forks Canoelled | poodle Hog W'.as being run as it should
legal        i onl line I In i he r< porl  the
, ommi a loner ���   pe iso i   the   resolution
whii ii   iot.  foi ih that lhe commi i    in
rr-;  I       , :' H .e'.ini.i,,    v-'ii  I mu ' ac- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lion should be taken by the license j ship Into a fiery furnace.
In making hi e_u ape from the ��� n
gine 10:1111 Assistant Engineer John
Bird wan burned about the head and
face, bul nni seriously,    lie was the
f)
������^Interview; Refused. 'nnl  Ik
Qimsri'Fiv:. ;.  N-e.    17.    S,\ ruvna. e
*\t*) lant <���)-..-.ri   ileiwu    1;   tin.   Cul,:..' .
WOhtfittg    een  1 le,v.i mil  last   ni-i'ht.
It if-expect.-I  liini   ilw-   ii'inainrng nn
*lB^'h^ Shin  diewn  in the course of .:
4*y Ortwo  u.mmi  nil tin-    nial-.'rial   :��
O bUBkei"   wi'l   In. eb-arc/l 11)1.
,   Manager 1 ridges is si ill "not in" 10
attempts in mt-rview  hitu.
1     The  -Ore, 11     N,,riheni    ere    t rains.
, *Mtft haul ahnir.   11 i 11 ��� t \    per   cent   '���'
j the Ore from   r'n-u'lliv,   were.   eatU'i'lleil
i
7*��iMrday mil ii  i   eNpeeie 1 that tlie
|C'J^J!i''Or,'  r.'ains   will   I,"  e nice 11  d
h^^^^B   it looks like preparations
] for     ���Hllotigcl  siniiension   of   work.
It Is ge_per.il!'-   conceded  thai   n  small
] fate* o^Bftchinlsts   and   carpentecs
Butting things In shape for
work    wh -i the plant relations,
only one of the twenty men who composed  the crew that   was injured.
Athletic Meeting Tonight.
\ meeting of representatives of the
New Westminster Athletic organizations will be held In ll. Ryall's offlcej
lhi�� .evening, commencing at 8 o'clock,
for the purpose af appointing a delegation to attend ibe general meeting
to he held in the Vancouver AUili'th.
club rooms tomorrow evening, when
steps will he taken towards organizing a British Columbia Amateur Athletic   union.
Athletic circles are anxious \o hnvo
a representative meeting this evening
In order that a strong delegation may
be appointed. New Westminster, it
is pointed out, i.s om. of lhe lead'ng
athletic circles in tho province, and
should be well represented. It is specially important tha: lacrosse men
and fool bailers should he present.
LAST   SEALER   IN.
Otto  Lost a   Seaman    While    in
North.
the
Victoria, Nov. 17.��� Unless rain
.iimes soon to increase the wat ir suo-
piy at Goldstream, there is a prevailing opinion that there may be sonv
trouble with the electric lighting In
the cit...
The Electric company, realizing thf.
situation, have begun the equipping of
additional steam plant. That used
some years ago before the preseni
company assumed control i, being fit-
< l up and pul in sin  [or supplying
li  is expected tb it this mi ���
be  in  iunning order tomorrow,    'i'ii
��� mi to the plan'  will be capab! i
ol  genei al Ing al one  2,000 horse i o v-
-. i; is expected, and w ill be utlliz  I
���   purpose of supplj lng ths t lee
, i icily   in i di'.l  in   lighting and  oth r
waj s during I he d tj.   At the pri  ��� it
��� im , wil h the sl reel  railwaj   run
l he Bteam plant, the demand upon   ' ���
���\niev  i owe:' at   G eldstream    '.- ���  tl
about seven and u qi irter millions of
gall ma, a ij - A. T, :loward, of rii.   B.
C. Electric < ompany.   \\ iih the ��� q i
tnent  being fitted up now this would
be reduced by about two mi 11 i < --. g ���'-
ions.
who have since passed away, and tho
few splendid citizens who still remain.
ARE   ARRANGING   FOR
BANQUET   OF   PICNEER3
Fernie  Wants a  Subway.
fernie, Nov. 17.���A petition i�� betns
Victoria, Nov. 17.���Preliminary arrangements are well under way for
iin- annual banquet under the auspices of the I'.ritisii Columhia I'i m- e ���
society, which each year is held in
the evening of the first Friday in Do-
cembi r. Thi Be functions In the past
have proved exceptionally notable and
enjojable, an l It is anticipated thai
the forthcoming one will be no excep-
; ion in the r lie.
Ui th    years roll on tii ��� ra\ag s ol
Grim   Reap ir  In  decimating tli��-
of tl      li nc rs become \ alnfully
no! :��� oable,   From Iti    tal us us an or
nlzatl   ;    o        lng al on ��� tim e
i        ���    t memberships In the pi
vinci  ll iins, i'i r this re ison, .1 icl n> l
i h an i'M. ui that a mi re handful
;     . ��� akin i   ��� in 'ii    . i ..
, Id thc ti 11 on of the earl days
ami ;��� call tbe memories of the pest,
The dinners are always attended
ii> a largo numbt r of citizens who
i cou ilder ii a privilege to te pi i ui"
! I to !"��� preseni on such an ex casion,
and it may be taken as a certainty
thai  as long as    they are held th ���>���
will | rove a succoes in res; eet to nu
pit���F. B. Lyle, manager of the Koyal
banli. suited yesterdaj that the si ��p
had '��� een decided upon in order tint
the staffs employed by the hanks
mighi bave a little more liberty, and
that the employees might be free (O
go away from tbe city for th<' weekend if they so desired.
Mr. Lyle, In answer to a question,
remark' d that the bank managers ha I
discussed the advisability of closing
on Saturday evenings with a large
number of ibe city merchants, and
they ha I found that tin re were no serious objections to the step. Although considerable business had
been transacted in the past on Saturday evenings, the banks were pot
benefitted greatly thereby, as tbe
business consisted mainly in the cashing of pay checks. Very few deposits,
comparatively speaking, were maile oei
Saturdays.
With reference to the men employed at n distance who only came to th;
city oa Saturdays, Mr. Lyle remarked that their checks could be easily
cashed by the merchants. The fact
that several iri the large industries In
the neighborhood of this city had clued down recently, hail greatly reduced
the number Of checks to he . ash > I
on Saturdays, and as there was no
probability of any change for seme
time, the banks had adopted the s>'s-
te'iu in vogue in all the smaller cities
and would remain close] on Saturdays.
SIR JAMES HECTOR
DIES IN NEW ZEALAND
merriai attendance at least. It may
pr pare.i for presentation to iho citvjbe mentioned thai the Pioneers are
council by'the residents and owners of looking forward with pleasurable an
property In the Fernie annex, asking | ttclpatton   to  the evening when  thev
Victoria, Nov. 17.���The last of tho
sealing Meet has arrived, the Otto,
Captain Senile,entering the harbor to-
day with her Bag Hying at half-mast.
The reason for the position of the iia:?
was tbat she lost one of the seamen,
D. Daniels, on October 30, While In
Behring sea. The man was stttlng bv
tbe rail at night when the boat gave 0
lurch and the man wont overboard. Although efforts were mad? to save him,
they were of no avail, lie has no relatives and is Only a young man.
The schooner brought STI .skins nnd
1.000 quintals cf cod.
that body to construe t a subway nnd ir
the Great Northern track to eonne."
the annex with the city proper; also
for the extension Of the water mains
and electric light; the grading of the
streets and laying of sidewalks. Building operations in that section of the
town have been very active this ye it
and many neat and attractive vesi
deuces have been erected, but as yet
the town council has eloti" nothing to
supply ordinary conveniences such as
���ither portions of the municipality enjoy, so it is confidently expected that
the petition now being circulated will
receive very favorable consideration
it tbe hands of the city fathers.
will be the guests of the Native' Softs
at an early date.
Victoria, Nov. 17.--The Provincial
government has been unable to grant
the request of the delegation from.
Dewdney asking that the government
construct a traflic bridge across the
Fraser at Mission ln connection with
the railway bridge which the C- P. R.
is about to construct. The cost nf
such work. $l-.r>.0u0, is thought to Le
excessive and the government cannot
afford that amount for this purpose at
present, and the 0. P. it. is not will-
in- t.e accede to the arrangement i-i
any  even!.
Sir James Hector, formerly chancellor of the University of New Zealand!
Who was geologisi of th.' Palliser
boundary marking expedition and explorations in Northwestern Canada
and British Columbia, is dead in Wellington. N. Z. ��"
Sir James, then Dr, Hector, rendered Invaluable services under C'ayv''ii"
Palliser and his name will always bj
remembered In connection with the
early history of Westm Canada.
Ii will be remembered that it was
ieie- partj under Dr. Hector which
made the firsl scientific execration of
[Kicking Horse pass and gave it ita
name.
The    doe 101'   W I -   -te ol igist      lo '    i il '
part; . bui  his sen I es were used i i
j verj  gi neral manni r as the repo] I -
of  Capl.   PalllSi i   to   Hi '  see r tip,   , _
state of iii" Impel lal gov  rnmenl Bhow,
Tl xpe lition   itarted   il   Bault   Si i
���', ���   ��� od l he '��������� .i nlnstlquia
rner iu IS57, proceeding wesi and ��� x
ploring thai  portion en' British  No   b
\>...   i   ,   '   -. ween    he north
e am h of the S itihewan riv r and
the fronl ier ol the iui" I States ami
betwei n i iii- Red rh ��� r and the Roch |
mountains) and Incidentally proceeding through to the Pai ilie coast,
Dr. i lectoi makes the following ri I
erence  to  the    Kicking Horse river
which gave' Its name to the pass:
"Here," says the report, "I received
a severe kick in the chest from my
borse, rendering me senseless and disabling me for some time."
Tbe river throughout the report '.s
then  called   Kicking  Horsg  river.
Sir James Hector was created K. C.
M. G. in 1887. He retired from the
chancellorship of the university of
New Zealand in liiOo. He was a graduate of Edinburgh university with the
degree  of M. D,
A monument near Field commemorate- the death of his son who died
while en route across the continent.
Marshlleld, Ore., Nov. 17.���Printed
bills circulated last night called the
citizens to a mass meeting to drive
Out tbe eight newly arrived Hindus.
but the proposed round-up fell through
on account of information that the
I Hindus would leave this morning.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MO\r;   '
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rj!!H_sres:_w_ro__r__K^G_OTi:^^
Used in all Hospitals
Only dietary articles of the very
highest merit are used in Hospitals.
For this reason
OVRIL
is a staple article of hourly use in every hospital
in Canada. The doctors recommend it, the
nurses use it freely,  the patients plead for it.
AMATEUR SHOW IS Cor.der.sed
AWIQiil OF fllffFW Advertisements
 I -L ar Libra -   -
"Don't Tell My Wife" Com-	
pany is Strong and Well F' ' SAL1
Selected ior parts.
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ivi   i.      aeral ie.,   resl   centi       L""'1''  SALE���2    BTi lil ED HOl
ie  adveni    _>f  New   V,  Btmn   -I-     on corner  ri;. Carnan  a si
T n rooms, bath, furnai e, .- ��� ��� ���   I   ���
l ,'  ne.   Price $5,300.   Applj Z., P
Box 693
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Purveyors to
Thc   King
Tii
upon  th
sti r - ama eur I  li nt'a nexl   1- .;> Into
l ho dash and glimmer oi .in- [001 lighi ���
tor ott Thui - la;   ������:,.', :��� i nl ij  ���'   nil
"Don'l   Ted!   Mj   Wife"   will   hold   ihe
boards at the I>:>' ra ie-nse, -en i i; i-
quite sale   in saj  thai ihis interesting
farce \rii! pi-..e to be nn attraction i I
no loss magnitude    th in iho several, ' Indei
eith, rs that has heen the patrons' good   Mi
Fortune  in witness this season.     of ���
course the fact that the pro Iui .ion is I   j
Lost    A  PAIR di'' mil.I' RIM.ME
Glasses, on Tuei i.e   mo ���:;.'-. b
tween Hospit il streel     id I   im offlc
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j A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUt
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY
W. A.  Powi rs, Sa
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Just What You Want for
the Wet Weather
by local anrits and that it serves as ������
��� benefil to thai vi ry excellent Instltu-
l lion, the    Royal  Columbian  hospital,
both enter Into the argumeni Tn ra.or
of the success of the occasion. yy
Bul aside  fr   that,  i;   Is  certaid
thai   Mr,  Evans,  well and    favoi i
VPAXESE   LADIES   WANT   GEN
eral housework    . u    m ml h, ..
washing clol he        the daj'.    \ ply t<
ri. Matsuinura, P. 0. Box 206, i  I  .
ANTED    POSH ION   AS  S U-.ES
lady,  eu   as   un.', e   for  Invall I
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THIS   ELEGANT   LIBRARY  INCLUDING   Iri",    \..
HANDSOME  CASE   WILL  BE GIVEN BY  VOTE
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   l.\   NEW   WE
CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OP   VOT1
LOWING   MANNER :
The merchants listed  below will give  with  . i
Vl'P
I known here for hi   pas    ucci   iful en    t-ttanted    V NUMBER OF HRS1
ti rtainmenl ,   "Cupid   in   Posterlapd"   VV    , .,       . ���   , ���
WANTED
(la-      iborei
and "A Trip lo 1! ippylan I," will non    , .    ,,   ,.. Sm,n & ,. .
i.i m  sustain  i,;-  reputation a3 a (     	
i ible  director  nnd  a    manager who   TT7ANTED
V V
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Thi   conl egan    Vug   23rd,   1907,    and
DOS, al  7  p. m
\.\ i i.ri    BY       "i   ll Mi      '.rii
1   board, com   i
Apj lj   K��� Bex 693.
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Men's Oil Clothing, all sizes, all lengths.
Men's Black Rubber Coats,  all sizes.
Boys' Black Rubber Coats, all sizes.
The New "Mud" Color Rubber Mackintosh, for autoing, street wear or
driving.
knows whal  the public 1
' gives i;  to them.   Tin   pi ij   i
...ilner of w:de'    reputation,    SI Ine.v   	
Gi .nd;..  and  the casi.  Including   M ',   AXT
Evans himself, is admirably Buited La    ' '
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their parts.
Miss  Peele should    be    .-;! ndi I] ���
[suited to the wittj  Mrs. Eeathertrtonc   IJ3MEH
.' ���>'. io manipulates the husband idea so P'-v
cleverly,    Miss Lewis will be an Meal   :" :;   ' -	
I Kih, i   Granger, an l   Mi-.-  Johnson   :i
j bright Penelope, the maid.   Mr. Pi   l    QSE LARGE   PRONT   ROOM   'I
irascible uncle, ��� reut: hea ' '��� fctc-   Thlrd r|'":i"
ANTED    TWO     WOMEN     I   I
pres lng, al  the Royal Citj   'y.
��� :S, oppo Ite the   !',. mier hotel.
DMEH PIGEONS POR S VLE,   Al
ply    .u. ri.  i'- ix v ri.  N'ew   Y.. s
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es are to , ���   Iti
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should be "it" a    the irascible unci
i Harry  Davis a  spi mdid  Prendergast
i Frank   Bilodeau  a   characteristic   bu!
[er, and   Mr.  Evans the  righl . ori    if   AfyT
- ic end    house    from    Sixth    B'treei
The Wardrobe Clothier
a Peatherstone.   Thi so constitute I he
ca il of the farce.
The  musical   numbers will   be  "S i
Long, Mary," sung I :��� Miss Lewis an 1
son. Mumford, Gilchrist, Small. :;��� i-
plcio" I, afti r Ai ; I. BetW( ons Ac' i
II.  and   111.    "Wouldn't   Yon   Like  to
ANTED-  POSH i IN   AS  HI (TEL
Clerk, .'!��� Bookki   pe     good ex
perience;   besi   of   i       ences,
G., 1'. o. Box '. ���
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account     .-��� ben   prompt       .'.i.e nti
Iri:..       ...       ,-. icured by tradli      rl
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'��� ���   on exhlbltl a   il  U    E, F iiei    fu
D. S. Cui       .'.      . ounl the votes.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH    &    CO.
Fresh   and   8alted   Meats
MRS.   M.   .M.'COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
n.  nei i   in.      wouiani   ruu   uine  io * Plumbers
Have  Me- for a  Sweetheart"    will  be WES rMINSTER     REALTY      EM- ���	
sung by  Misses   Fletcher,   Pride  Liv-             ploymeni    '.  encj       ipplles   all! ��� THE   ROYAL STUDIO
Ingstone, McLain, Wilkie, Spring, Em- '      s of help fr   i to i   itrai      - a . I # (under new management)
mett, Heaton, McLeod, King, Corrigan            ''           '"               ;     >'���  "���   i!   ��� * Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist  and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
and Mi ssrs. Mumfor i. Stapleford,
Small, Bilodeau, Gilchrist and John
son. Tonighl and tomorrow night r -
!i. ai -.iis are to be held at the 12 <
house,
The seat sal ��� begins at Ryall's drn-t
��� (store Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.
88    2G6 Columbl, street.     Call am'
see our lis   of cil    I I , b ��������� ���    . ac ���
e an I farms     ri    can sail you.
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Sporting   Goods,  Gen.   Repairing
1).   S.   CURTlb   t  ���
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A.    J.    BIRTCH
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West   End   Gi      ���
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DAILY   NEWS   P.
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Books and Bt
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CENTRAL   LIVER/    ST
S.  H.  Thompson, Pr
GAZETTE  NOTICE!
!
House of QualityIF. CRAKE
Companies   Which   Have   Been   Incorporated in the Province.
Bevan Bros. & Co., with a capital of
$30,000.
��      Trail Rochdale Co-operative assoc!-
��� ��� ntion, with the provisions of the Co-
*>   operative Association Act.
Wwo^^w^^^.,;-^^^^***^^ eaSSTnSSf Tpany'wlth a
The  B. C.  Pressed  Brick company,
| witn a capital of $100,000.
Or,mt & Sons, with a capital of $_!0,-
i 000, to acquire and take over the Imsl-
j nessriif .1. li. Granl in th" city oi Van-
English   Watchmaker        couver as  wholesale and retail  litlri-
_       , graphers, etc.
Two doora  from   Ceo. Adam*, Grocer       -,-,,.,  North Coast  Lumber Con,panv,
 _. with a capital of $1,000,000.
The North Pacific Really company,
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up wlth a capital of $25,000, to acquiro
Oentlemen's    Silver   Watches,   open   ,     , ���   ,. , . i . ,
"ace  $600 j land in Vancouver and to deal In real-
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,   double  ly eenerally.
case, $7.50 up. I    The Pacific Union club, with a cap!-
Agent for the celebrated South Bend   tal of $10,000
Watches, supplied   to    the   Wellman      Tll��� chler englncer ���,��� the i.;,,is ,��� ,
Arctic Kxnedition.    All warranted. , ,,   ,  ..
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc. *   ''" ;     'Partmenl  has call 1  for leu-
Watch   repairing;     charges   reason    ders  for  the  construction  of  a   large
:'hle. one-roomed school house al   Wycllffe
 in Cranbrook electoral district.
������        _ i      The Pugel  Sound Bridge &  Dredj-
' YOU    REQUIRE     A llln�� company, of Seattle, ha 3     en lvg-
* i-e'ci-e. 1 nn nn  extra    provincial com-
w�� r>i�� Lirapcr ����������������������������������������������������������������������/ ������������������������������^t
'^���4
/ B. C. Land
Surveyor
Etlard Block.   Nfw Westmlniter,
Make a Clean
Breast of it...
Gel a new SHIRT .:��� a nimri i of
tin ni from among o ir sl ll3h di Ign -
Tor the preseni season, Maybe your
Llm n closet need still more replenishing���-say In the matter if Collars,
Cuffs,   Handkerchiefs,  etc.
In Underwear. Socks, T.es anil
Gloves, we can give you complete and
lasi ing satisfaction    for little money.
Our stocks are selected with a view
to sterling quality and durability as
well as l'ocentness of .style.
LET   US   BE   YOUR
HABERDASHER. . .
J. Eugene Brown
P.   S.���OVERCOATS.
MERTISE IN THE   NEWS
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
. tere 1 as an
I anj. with Ft. M. Dj i r, of Vancouver,
���iii.it-lie 3 iie- i he company.
The Commercial Union Assui im
companj', of Lond in, Eng., has he. n
given a lie use as an extra provincial
company, with A. T. Von Ethingi r. of
Vancouver, as attornej for the < >m-
pany.
WE ARENOT IN THE TRUSI
And   can   save   you   50   per   cent
on a SAFE or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B. c
510 Richards St, Phone 211.5
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: The Oriental Contract Co. j
of Vancouver.
Japanese  Labor  Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box  r.4."..
Ladies' and Children's Flannelette|
and Woolen Underwear
These disagreeable days make one feel tha:
they   need   some   good   and   warm   clothin?,
Before purchasing elsewhere, step in ani
have a look over our Range. It is well wortl
considering.   Goods and Prices right
The White Housel
A. J. BIRTCH  - 275 Colombia Streel
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
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.�����  I ia in the pioneer Furniture and House  Furnishings   He,!,
Director aad Embatmer, and I will sell you anythln
anel will glva you better ralue than you can gel In i .
In i he city,   Try :
W.  E.   PALE'S*
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
fOOKSLEY'S
Well  Known
Souvenir
Fire Bug Bus,. _=.t Trjil.
Trail, It. ('.. Nov. 17.���A Bre of undoubtedly Incendiary origin wns di.-;-
covered last evening ahout 7 o'clock,
and bul for the promptness o�� tne local Bre brigade the main business section of Trail would possibly have Leen
wiiied out. The scene of th ��� blaze
was in the rear room of a Btore whicn
is in the heart of the busiesl portion
��� et' the city, and which has been vacant for some time, A large pile uf
paper, chips, .-iraw and other inflammable materia] had been collected together in tin! centre of a r< ar r iotn
and Ignited, The lire was blazing merrily when the outbreak was discover-
POST  CARDS
of Xew Westminster and dist-na
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
���t<rAdvertise the town we live in i}'<ri, and before It could be extinguish
mailing Picture Poat Cards to yoi'fied, a  large hole  was    burned  in tha
friends.
floo��.
J
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as pro pi i tive customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to pest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.     VANMHJVER
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Wall   Papers  In   endless   ��� -iriety.     Oilcloth  from  25c   up.    C
Matting  from  15c  up.     I    .oleums   from 46c   up. Curtain Strett
c.s,  the  best made, $2.2    per    set.       Carpels,   all    Brade
prices.     Iron  Beds,  whit     _nd tint enamels, $3.50 and up.   ?"-\       *
ambulators and Go-CarU of all descriptions 1~
All kinds of job vork and repairing done, on shortest notl     l- I
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|  able prie.-s ami satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving
>���.   1 have Bold the block and am still doing 1
��*j   and in the same old way.
business in the    in
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BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phnne 250
Eighth Slrefil
Rapid EaM
Grindersm
Can be ran with eith    stea  I
hois..   | ower or  w iinlnii .1
������nulling grinders  made .
Straw  and   Feed  Cutters   I
si_.es.    Our   pulpers  and '
made  with reversible W'r
reversing the handle
an i ball bearings.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TA-.K THRKF
m.^FEss:ON��.i.
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NORV- ���   '       |;''���-''"
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fr8 caaadi
fcalldlng. N>
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Cc_st  Lln*
Service.
:������������:��� ;,"���>::��>::���; �������::����x*��::*>��>; MSWOK* ������:��:��� ��� �����:�����������.���:���:���.:���
v��   JVHEA1.       - \..::.-ri ..    .-  -
/*���   HCitO:
opposite Co -
itett   Pko��i<
[hITES' i'i    a I'.l'MONTiS. Harris-
ties s ,    - ��� ��� s. }<:... kie Blk..
abia   uri'i'i, N'"w   \YeMiniu��t8r.
^h,t. .-. ���.-. II.  1- Edmonds.
IB. J. f���  :: xM,'':   lN'  i;',1-K- p"!!rl
���   tor ot ': ������"   '"'';   ''"::*''
lian    lril.i.    of    '  .e|:.t':e: ei'    l.nl^l
<dUIl    ..i    street.   Opposite   post
Ne*    \J> e-'.i.-:'.i:>'i r      M .nev   f
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IXC��- wi-vri"  v  ri - ;. .������..i:-t
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Ke*    >'. >-e-:i:ni.--ifi.   ; ihpp  BiK.
Ctn; h.-o.'i   .end    ri.ine   rlieelB
rooms ill to i4, 445 Crao
fct.    Jieeph Martin, K. C, .
m        ||t.   \V.   ri.   McQuarrie,   II.   A
|Jm|    Mr.   Martin   will   be   ln  th
_ftami--   offices  every   Friday  bf
GIOBOE K. MARTIN, Barrister and
gtUcit. r 'rii'.ehe.n Mock, Colum
I^m| McKenzie streets, New West
"^ *1, B. C.
ftf. MVKRS GRAY. !:.>:; ee-U-r, Sollcilui
.   ai* Not  -    Fee;...i', -i. ; r.e.'.ve tince
IMI at New '.\>.-:iii<i.:-U'r. BC.    Of
SOMr��n. ���'' Iriittis Block, Clark
���OC   Wr-e'. ..;.;- ^.',J   Court  House
P.O. Box ''' '���'���   T"'-ei !l"IK' Gv
IllANSFORD,    Barrister,
Hfco'icitor. etc., Crescent block,
|Colum.iia     and      McKenzie
Kew Westminster, B. C.
atstr
OF TRADE     Si .v   Wi Btm '���
B<.-. meets in the
Room, Citj   Hall, as foil  ��
��� We Inesday of i ach month,
���ly mei tings on thi ���-��� i I
ftd ol February, Maj.
ft and November, al 8 p. m.
dl   meetings   on   the   Becond
��� I . : February. New
m-, proposed    and
��� any monthly or q larti  Ij
\  i: White, Sec
SOCIETIES.
���AMITY  LODGE.  NO. 27���
liar meetings of thia lode*.
: In Oddfellewe' hall, Colum-
et,  every   Mon lay   evening.
k.    Visiting hrethren cor
. Iti 1     t.e     attend.     C    S
I, \. a..  A.Vri. Mi Donald,
::   C. Coatham, It. S.; 0. G
S.: Alex. A.I:.re;-. treasurer.
:tte
iRNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES.
No. 20    Meets �� verj  Tuesday
Bng  ai   '   p.  in., in  'li.'  Eagles'
Kolumbia street   F. .1. l.yneh,
���res ;   II    Schofleld,  Secret nry.
��� U.  W.���FRASER   LOCGE  No. 3
-Moetire-s the first and third Tues
in     each     month.        Visitine
thren cordi'illy Invited to attend.
ge room, A. O. V. W. hall. Odd
illows    Mock.   Clarkson   street,   C
Oorriuan,   l'l'ii.r Iit:   Geo.  Bacon,
' master  workman.
>e
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I08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115,  SONS  OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S.���
-Bed ROB" Hi'giee ni.'.'ts Second and
Fourth   We die\-.l.'\v   of   each   month,
I" H K. of I', lh.ll. Cnlttnilda St., ill
I'p. ill., White  Hose I <��� > - roc. Fourth
Wednesd,!',     w    < .,, b.  nnmih. same
time and   I -": i * -< -.     Visiii.ie   Uroiliren
'   OOrdlally   in\ i'e !.     I-"    ',..   \\ riibey pre
' Sldent, ]'    Urine ;..    ���;��� v :;::\.
COURT BHUNETTE, ti:,. 4099, I O.F.
���Meets the l-'.iurtii Friday in the
BKmth al s eei-i.ii:,. in the small
kail,, Od if. i:,.a .-��� i.:,..���;.. Vhijiini'
brethn .:���.,��� , ., ,'���.:��������� invited r<, nt
tend,   ri       ;;e      -,. c i;.; v. v
.   Maxwe :.
COURT I   '.Y.j. > ; i u MO; A. No. 8808
A. O.   I'.     i l." '.ler   i : ii.-ts  oi
tbia   Lo'':""   il' e een    I lie    .Venn,I
Mill ITc        j||., ,i.l   .    ;e|,   Iim...
At 8  p,   in.   II        '���   ���"Ilov.s'   il.e'l
VUlttll ie -ee re
idled i.     ������ ��� i    I-' ���    xiriii, c. iri
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MIIAngl me :   i", ery Wednesday
lUi'tt' O'e'loi 2    le.    Ill ,    in    Olid fellows'
Hall,     t'oliiin1 . ,      sl ee'.''.       Visiling
, Bretliri n iii"   cor.ii'illv invited to ut-
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BrOWn.   .    . :.'ia   y.
���ONS OF aCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
JIOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
0AMt>, 191.���Meeis on ihe First nnd
Third Tnesd::',' of every month in
K.   Of    i\ Hall.      John    McNiven,
_ OMtf;  .1. .1. Forreptor. Uec. Sec.
I. 0. O. F.���Royal City Lodye. No. 3
���Meet-; in iieid.oiiow.v li.iii, Coi-
Umbia Siri'ei. e\(.|y l-'rielay evi'iiiir-i
at 8 o'clocl..    Visaing hn thren  will
| be made weiee.n." cil. clow, N.G.
CE. (>;��� leorn. . I'. (I. i'1'ciiiiling s;ec
retary.
0THIR FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
include' Hi" inion  rieii", . Xo. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; Iri:::', Solomon Lodge,
NO. 17. V I', and A. M.; I,. (). I..,
| No. 11 .Mi; I,, o. I.., v,,. |.M.i:i; Cou'r!
I Sappe:  -i. \.,. |i'a::. ]. o. l-\;  c.  O.
' *-. Co :��� Westminster. No. ;:;)');
^eTOtherh.....|   e.f   Owls.   \est   No,  29; I
Beulaie K'.'.'iiaii Lodge, xo, b j, o.
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TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast L nf Service.
SKAGWAY. JUNEAU.  PT.  SIMPSON
PRINCE RUPERT. Etc.
S.S   Pr.ncess   May.
Leavi e>\\
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L\. Vici Nov.<
\ . '    ..... m, Dei
...��      iria tn. Dec   26
i 11 p.m. Jan
i.\   \ .  | -...   Jan   - i
Lv. A Feb.   S
l.v.  \ .     :.'...   Fi       _ .
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
SS    Princess   Victoria
Lea\. a Vacouvei   l 30 p, n.   d.e  .
 ea at Vici    la 6       ,     -
l_��-a\.-s  Victoi...   I ii   m    ....... .
,'i\-'s Vancouvei v ���   m
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.   Princess   Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria y SO a. m dailj i x-
���. . ��� Mon . .      arrivea Seattle 2:30 ...
m   laily exce;,; Monday.
���  ives  S'-atti,- ti   : i , , tr..   ...,;..' . _;-
cepl  Monday;  arlrvea Victoria ', am.
didly exce ; t Tui ���- lay.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R    P    Rithet.
To Victoria:   Wednesday,  Saturday,
7  a.n-
From Victoria: Tues.I.e.., Friday,
T a m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Tees
Leaves Victoria ll p.m. 1st and 14th
of each nn.nth for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor anil way ports;   7th of each
.   ath  for Quatsino and  waj   p .
20th of each month for Abcuset,Qnal
sino, Cape Scott and waj  ;������ ���::-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Jean
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30  i m   dally,
scepl Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
.��� -    at 3  p.m.    Leaves Xanaimo at
7   n    :
UPPER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
I>-..!\ -.   Ni v,   Westminster, s  a. m
Mondays, Wednesday* and Fridays.
I_re.ives Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesdaj
rttursday and Saturdays, c;..;;:ng ai
landings betweeen New Westmlnstei
and Chiiliwack.
IT   HIVKit.
Ctamona���
Fre.m  X. W. Tn.. Th., Bat 8 a.m.
Prom Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Pri.. 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE
S. ��>.  Transfer.
Leaves  Xew  WesminsteT  dailj   es
i'e ,n Sunday at 2 p.m., with additional
i trip Monday al 5 a.m.
i     Leaves Stevi    on Mondaj. ' F i;��a la .
Wednesday,  Thursday   and   Saturdaj
il 7  i. m..  Frid iy al 6 a.m. ad<B li n ,1
S iturdaj  2 p. m.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
Front Victoria ll p.m., 1st and 15th;
from     Vancouver     at     s     p.   Ba_,   2ud
imi   16th  of  each   month,  oalltng at
Skldegate on flrst trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA.  LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria s p. m everj Tuesday;
from  Vancouver 9 a. m. every W' d-
nesday.     Returning arrive; al  Van
couver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
'.: mday  morning.
(/ICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX--UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanalmo.
Leaves Victoria Tue sday 7 a m.; arrivea Nanalmo  I p.m.
I.- aves Nanalmo Satur laj 2 p. m :
r.riM-i Victoria 9 p. m.
For   reservations   anei   Information
nil or address
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Lis  knowledgi   ��� !
Itlng li ::�� ns ..   ai wapapi v    Wh n
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fled I.-   Mr. Austin, viz., Hire,   wee    8
Am 1 not justified in saying, sir,thai
one-half iho crimes oommltted in the
countrj are bj Hie drones, who were
broughl nii in Idleness an.l plentj
w hj should Mr, Austin casi an; i
reflection on <w working class? 1-
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let our mi      .    eai  ind genuine wi rk
m< n."    S ii 'i ���'  fei' ie stati ment,  si
Lol :, our attention tei the fa I
���hat  you can fln I some ol the  wi
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yes, - i . some of Ui" vilesl an l
nii.;.ne'si men. win - tould Mr Au ���
i,n class eill our young n en as immoral? l think, withoul ��� ai ol ��� ontra-
diction, thai h( is laboring Under i
.   :. ��� and oughl to I e broughl
...   foi   hi i   a   ��� rtlon       "id sin ',
from  his li mglnations he cl -ss. - all
earners as  being  poss  ised
\i,,. .en I  debasing habits,    From th -
oni  ,,; iii - famo i - ai ii. li . one can ?!
m .��� .-. e thai  he    i    In tav >r o   tl
Asiatic.   Needless to say. he is better
qualified to handle them than the vli
eai of tr&mpB,   Considering it a s; ttae
, ;   duty,  Mr   Editor, to criticise tho
gentleman's letter, l do sei aa a Oan-
idlan whei earns his iriina is a la'o -
ing man and as one who has tlie welfare of Canada and your city al heart.
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N.w We Btminsti r, Nov. 16, 1907.
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Empress Britain    Nov
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Empress  Britain    Uec. 12
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Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:33,
lj  15, 17:20,  18: 10.
'i-i .e    N. w    Westminster    10:215,
12: ri. 1G:30,  18:25, 19:35,
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Lv. N, W. 9 20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv, N \\. 1.85 p.m.; ar. Seattle l1' p ni
p.m.
v.. W. & y.���VANCOUVER
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r.v. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. ami 4 p.m
il. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
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arrive. Guichon 6 p in-
Leave Guichon el a. m, arrive.. New
New WeBtmlnater vim a. in-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New   Westminster  5.50, 6.50,  1
ind 8 ti. ni., nnd every half hour thenv
after till 11 p. m.
i     Lv. Vancouver  for  Westminster at
snme hours.
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���an Second Avenue. Seattle. W.'h
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Dtspati li. .1 Lv C, P. R. tnaln at 8  13
n. m : . "--  s a. ni.
Sumas and Seattle, vis
daily.
Millsiele N'o. 1, daily
day;   Sapperton   No.   1,
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except Sun--
dally   except
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of
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ir   home   every mi enn
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and dining cars on alii their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
'crvti.e not obtainable elsewhere.
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134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Sun i iy,   Ma la Rei eived ai 6:1.6 p.m.
Dispatched by B. C. El��Si��lS P''hv;,v
Co., ':4b a. ni.;
Vancouver, No.  1,  dallyexcept Stin ���
days.    Return mail received 9 a. in.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.m..
Cloverdale. Nlcomekl, Port Kell'i,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Hem A i
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In Washington and south, also all
oil i ln e .ss rn atates), daily excepl Sun I - 12 ' tm malls received
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md Fridays.
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Return mall reci Ive | al 2 p, m.
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Dis; atched I     i ' 00 noon:
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Dispatched by C. P. R. I oat 1:30 p.m.
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Spokane  and  Nelson. ,���., maj] closes at 2:.",0 p.m.:
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Day Train Arrive! P> R; e"8tl SeCOnd mall)' Return ma,t
. Spokane ... .7-iS P-m. | r0coe,ved at l >'��� m'
..Rossland ....4.10 p.m.]     SaPPert��n.  No.  2;   Millside, No.  2;
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IF  THE   PAPER   I;;   NOT   DELIVERED AM   MORNING
���.���I ipaone or 0 ill,  an I we  \\ 111
that the 1 rror is Immedl tte
lv r. ctlSed.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
I'he only all rail route between all
points east, west and soutb fo Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with.
1901.
Leave
g.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m
940 a.m.
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T3E   DAILY  NEWS.
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streets, New Wesl er, B. C
v Victoria
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Miss K. Reid, Mis, M. M,,.
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Managing   Director
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Sixth Regimen)    is
Klondike Team 14
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bave their smoker.
8 PO UINTA
NOTICE.
MONDAY.   NOV.   18.  190?
WHERE IT FAILS.
a gi ... ii .1 oi non en se I: ta
about    Socialism.      One    continually
Bees the label    "Socialistic" attached
e.i ���.-1) geslIons    for    reform    In    our
systems of governmenl which are not
at all In accordance with Social!
some of which are In lee l dlami trie-
ally opposed i" It,   Then ag iin the i x
���   lent  which  Is generally  desi
by quotation of the oil saying "Give
Columbian College  Awards.
Following Is a com; I te list of the }
legri es confei re d an i diplomas awar 1- ���
e-l  al  Columbian college convocation
lasl Friday evening;
Degrees,  B.  A.,   1907���B.  ('.  Davidson,  Miss   E.   Wiokett      Ii. !).��� Paul
McD. Kerr, B.A., Rev. A. J. Seymour, \
S. T,  1.. 11906), by proxy.
Stapleford scholarship In  English���
Miss Margarel  Robertson.
Science   Diplomas���VV.   II.   Turner
After December 1st. 1907, the
branches of the undersigne I I: inks
In New Westminster, B. C, will not
open for ousiness on Saturd iy eve-
Dings,
BAXK OP MONTREAL,
CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE,
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
NORTHERN HANK.
a dog -i i ad name nnd hang bim
tr .quent ly use l by I be opponents ..;
reform���as the House.- of I.nr.Is and its
friend .... usip \ ll now���ley raising
the cry of "Socialism" In order to
creati opposition to ri forms h hl< h
the) f i'i unable, excepl by mi i . ���
senl ni.'in I > defeat.
Winm one ce mes to < onsider I hal
: ro] f. - ;il for e .radical < bange in our
system ol go ei um mt, v. hii h true
Socialism advances, one find -. ;is Is
natural, thai  ll es cei tain  tea-
i ures which are to ' e : iun 1 In i very
programme of reform. That musl .. ���
true of all systems which are saiv
enough in e worth considi ration, until tli" millennium does away with the
necessity for reforms.
Then are Socialists, to be sure, who
Indulge In all sorts of wil l talk, and
wlni si "in ready at any moment m
pull io pieces ih" whole social fabric,
thai iin';. may enjoy themselves by
dancing upon the ruins; anil they are
the j eei] le whei mike it possible to
us- the cry of "Socialism" as a bogey
to se;ne grown-up children withal;
but if their antics furnished the only
argument against the system, those
who oppose ii   would    have    greater
 I than now exists to look to their
defenci s.   The fatal defeci in Socialism  is that  it    is incompatible    with
democracy.   That unquenchable spirit
of Individual liberty which, since the
dawn of history, has heen a more or
less distinctive trait in the character
of those peoples whose mingling has
given to the world the race we call
"Anglo-Saxon," makes    Socialism    an
Impossibility us far as peoples of thai
race are concerned.   Mr. Asquith, the
Hritish   chancellor of the Exchequor,
pul  ihe matter with    clearness    an.l
force. In one of his  recent  speeches.
"If they asked him," he said, "iit whal
point it was that Liberalism and what
uns called Socialism in the true and
strict  sense of the term, parted com-;
pany, he answered, when liberty in its
positive,      am!      not      merely      lis;
negative sense  waa threatened.    Liberty  meant   more  than thy  mere   ab-]
sence of coercion    or    restraint.      it
meant the power of initiative, the free I
play of Intelligences    an 1 wills,    the ;
right so long aa a num did not become
a danger or a nuisance to   the   com-
���w.Ti'ity to Use, as he thought best, the
faculties of his nature    or his brain,,
the opportunities of   his   life.     Thei
great loss, counterbalancing all apparent gains, of a reconstruction of society upon what were called Socialistic j
lines, would be that liberty would be j
slowly  but surely    starved  to death, j
nnd ihnt. with the superficial equality
of fortunes and    conditions,   even if
thai could lie attained, we should bave \
the most startling despotism that the
world has ever se en."
I* J. H- Humphreys.
Certificates of Standing: Third year
in Arts, 1906���R. Taylor. E.S.; second .'-ear in Arts II. C, Di'liock, O.
Finch; firsl year In Arts, 1906���T. II.
Cro, by, ll. C. DeBeck, Ml ��� It. K rr,
A. E. McColl, Miss M, Sutherland;
1907 ��� Miss !���" Bodwi II, Miss II. Gill-
an l rs, Ml - E, Pentland, A. C. Pound,
Miss M, Robi rtson.
M. E. L.���Mis__ !���'. ��odwell, Miss 1!
Gillanders,   .Miss   E.   P ntla id,    Miss
M. Robertson.
Primary in Music���Miss M. Carroll,
First year in Theology���W- P. Ew-
Ing, J. .1. Nixon, L. Thomas.
Diplomas were presi nti el to the following students by the Rev. A, M.
Sanford:
Junior    Matriculation,    1907 ��� Miss
; Ethel  M. Crake,   Miss    Edith Crak ���.
Mris   Florence    (i.   Earl,     Dorothy   V.
Frit h.    Nelson   C.   Kenny,    Louis  W.
Kergin, Miss Hessie M. Kergin, Miss '
Maud   M.   Kirklund.     .!.   Stanley   Ro'i>
son,    Herbert  D.   Rugg,    William   F. i
Shaw,    M.   Leo  Smith.     Mis.-  Iia  M.
Toop,    (rim:'" li.  While,    Arthur ll. |
White;   1906���Miss   F.   Bodw 11,   Miss
('. Chase,  Miss   Ii. Gillandi ra,  Mis-  !..
Kerr,   Miss F.   Kirkland,  R,   Kirkpat-1
rick. D. McKenzie, Miss E. Pentland,
C. Smith, R. H. Wilson.
.1.  I'. Bowell made the presen- i
English and American Billiard Ta-
bles. Bowling Alleys, etc. New anl
second - hand tables and supplies In
Btock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P. o. Box  1185
Bowling Alley,  Pender sl,
VANCOUVER
Agent   for  Messrs. Samu 1  May  .'.-
Co., Toronto.
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Waterman and Conklin
SELF   PILLING
 from	
$1.00   to $20.00
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silver��*milh     Diamond Merc;han.
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
DCS
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The Westminster Trust
AND
Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
DIVIDEND   NOTICE
Dividends fur the half-year ended
;;ist October, 190?! ai Hi" rate of ten
per cenl per annum, will l>.- pal l .-.;
iin- head offlci nf the company, _;- I
Columbia street, N'ew Westminster, B
C., "ii :;ml after this date.
P.   .1.   MART.
Managing Director,
New  Westminster,  ,';.  C, ri.tii   November, 1907.
PRINTING
Have your prii in
town by the lo i . mo
high grade prlnl rs���
Jackson
DAILY
& Morrison
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The Northern Ba
Head Office, Winnipeg
2.   W.   DeC.  O'C
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SIP,   DANIEL   McMILLAN,   Pres.
Ai..:.j��ii.ed Capital, $6,000,000
Hi!! Open for Business on Monday, '<   X:'H
248 Columbia Street, New Westminster I
Signs Painted
Anywhere
lev.
NOTICE.���Royal City Sign Works
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ have removed to Fourth Street, city,
���ntion of the following diplomas: back  of Guichon   Hotel.
Commercial Diplomas���Miss E. Butters, Miss It. Cederberg, .Miss B. Dun?- ;AS-   PENNINGTON and
more,    E.  Evans,    A.  Gray,   Miss  M. ROBT.   RICHARDSON,
Hardman, .1. .1. Johnston, 1'. W- John-' , Proprietors.
Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion     Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
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For Western People    1
Every description of Banking business tra
Special Terms  for Savings  Deposits
Correspondents in all parts of the world
Banking by mail a specialty
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Its Head Office in the West
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NTURDAY'S  RESULTS
IN  SPORT CIRCLES
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Rugby Football.
Junior.
���;  ;..'���: ation park���
Queen'i   -   tool   	
(lolli -i." . Victoi la  	
i:.'���   mi   late,
Vancouvei   \.l        c Club     6
High b hool    5
s- nl n\
Wanderi rs     ';
Vancouver Athletic Club    0
In   the   East.
Inter-provlnclal,
Al  Toronto���
Argonauts   1-6
Tigers     T
Intercollegiate.
Al   Kingston���
Queen's     l
'Varsity     2
VI Ottawa-
Ottawa College  ri>
McGill    '.. :_
Associaton   Football.
H. C. Cup Tie.
Al Brockton point���
Shamrocks     r,
Celtics  '>
Al  Woe-ilium Island���
Westham Islaml    I
Thistles     I
Al  Powell Street grounds���
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North Vancouvers    4 ���
Nat ionals  . <,'',   2 (
and Loggers*
BOOTS
Our lines of Prospectors' and Logging Boots are
extensive. We show the very best shoes of this sort
that are made. Ask to see our "B. C." Logger Boots,
prices from $5.00 to $7.50 a pair; also see our C. B.
Dayfoot "King of the River" Loggers, at prices frcm
$4.50 to $7.00 a pair. Money can't buy better logging shoes than these two makes.
Prospectors'  Shoes
We're ready along' this line with some of thc
best shoemaking that it is possible to obtain. Our
prices on Prospector Boots���the same styles as cut-
start at $4.50 and run to $9.00 a pair.
Our "Brown Moose-Hide" Prospectors at $7,00
are the best values in B. C.
Prospectors  and   Loggers   will be greatly interested
in our Slock of Shoes
Get Establish
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Buj  a ie ime now thai will nei a profit of $.",""- or $''>" '���
jusi villi a proposition.    New House on Fifth avenue, 7 i
ern.    Two  Iota each 66x132  ''eet.    Vou can sell one of tin
|650.    All we ask is $2700 for this property.   Good terms
into It.
DOMINION TRUST Vi!
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANl
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\ FOR SALE.....
���        Dry Fir Wood in 1 ft. lengths, which we I
', deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS        I
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RYALL'S'.XDUGH SYRUP |
PRICE   50c
Money   Back   if   Not   Satisfactory.
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 BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.���
New Westminster, B. C. SION OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Westminster
Transfer Ci
j   tfflcb 'Phone 186,       BW0 ^""l
Columbia St.
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Baggage  delivered    prompw
Family Trade a Specialty. part of the clty'
j Tel. 113. office, Eighth Street.   ll.U -��� J Upavy \0'.
n MONDAY    NOV.   13.   1907
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PACE FTVK
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The Cash Stores
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SAMPLE COATS
I     TO SELL
At Almost Half Prices.
CITY NEWS
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Dr.  T. II.  Lerey, dentil     Cr<
club     ,;.     Columbia stn i
E   J.  Fa on 8 tturdaj  ��� n
to    u . i rltlsb Coli
i oa I  poll ��� Q   ���"��� limits
One  Bquare  : lan i  f 50,
music house.
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��� ��� Ing thiit ke had two term
��� en   aldi i man  em (   ���'��� i   satisfli ,!.    \\.
Wilson -'en. 1  thai     ..   km ��  oi
.,,   Tod ri : ''"  men who would    ���
aaa   b/  tin-   l.e .     . .:';,    to  re    ���
ll    ���    ; I ������    - ul 1< linen In q  ���      .-n ni ! '
Mftyoi  k. ..      eturned on Saturda    ,.,   ,  t given their reply, he tell that
from  Vernon,  where    he attended        ,.      ,\,\ ,���>, divulge the names.
in. eting of i'tL.'.ijl-ir exhibitors of N  ���'���
Westminster's unntut! tair. T1'    brmal ��1" ]>-u~ "r the new  n.
���v"i"ii  l. ag i.   room in the new  tddi
Buy at tli.- Wesl  iri'-i grocerj  and   tlon    to   Queen's  Avenue  Methodisi
receive coupons bn- Hie f  library.**   ehureh will tak,. place i orrow evening.   A program of Bongs .m.i Instrumental   lelectlons   an i      eechi     will
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in.-ni-   nil!    ���(���   served      ril   arn
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The new Un ��� .; bol I wilt be rea Ij
for commi - lon in at om tun, ue .���;��� -
from date. The plastering Is nearly
nil Bnishe i en.el con il i. rable | ilntln ���
e     een done,
The.   ;:. ������   ..   ; trj   conti   '   cl on
January   rii. and  we    w ��uld    remin 1
- .��� Interested    that the Wesl   En i
eery  i-  the    onl)   grocei:���    whe   -
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ments are being made to ��� nti rtaln th
ne. in ..ns anei their friends In the b s
N .    fee   �� ill   i
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Don't Worry About
Your
Xmas Gifts
WVil do the worrying If you give us the opportunity to   help    yon
Beleci your pri ft from tin. fin..st Btock of   Christmas   goods   we hai
ever bad  YOU can buy now and bvii delfvef tht article CHRIST-
mas eve. or any time you say,   And as a special opening we Intend
offering three special bargains for two days,
Saturday and Monday,
Nov. 16 and 18.
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How! Why! and When!
The offer came through the ageat of a leading
m.unifacLiii'er und as hi.s discount was the lowest
ever ottered for such garments, it was quickly snap-
feed up.
As the time is limited now before our Xmas
Display, we make the prices the more irresistable.
At 9 o'clock Saturday, BE HERE, the sale
Begins and theg.i >ds will be sold, and sold quickly.
See Display in West Window
. . Coats ol darl. im; orted I �� e d, dark gre ������ ��� en, brown und
. with uvi r-chech ;. dark an I lij bl shadow nlal Is, i ill ible wel ;h i
��� ������ .    ou cou   ortable on those damp, chilly   diys,    All high class
.;.;.    lets, cai   fully tailored, with wide GI    on shoulders, el^-
j   tini !n"l  with  velvet   mi wide silk braid on collars and cuffs,
elf-strapping In latesl  fashion  possible, and  noi    two alike ln
entire  range.    These garments would Mil earlier at $18.50, $20.00
525.00.
'I".,   me 'ei ers of th Igi
.    Kn ghl    ������    Pyl will hoi
hi.-i  loin namenl  I iei.- ev  n ng in the
.  P. hall.   A large   ittend inci    -
I i ;.:ilee|.
u   \. Ii ... la      i ol   ���. trd, t .How u
',,���-, . I trust/
Ing    on     the advisabillt,   ���'���
granting thi   Cai I a   Cil    I ac n
mtial i .l>nni.���  In  salai les,    On
ing  ��� i  the facl    I hal   Vli i it a  school
r  ���     iu    Xmas Pudciinj and tnli inl  it   ��� ire  held   in  camera,
.in.;n. fresh i      ii     . irrants nnd peel     !'   is  Imiiossible to statu v i h any
al  Kyi    &  Sons   Home ol   Plenty, 25")        " of certainty   whetli r there is   i
ilbilit;  of the teachi ra getl Ing tli i
:e Ivance ask el for, bui there i ��� s i^l I i
������ marked optimism among the p   la
In anl li I ial ion eef ;he. coming
i alse.
Special 1
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Rev. .1. S, Hi n on i ond u ted B r
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e hurch, Menu' I'ii n-.i: '. The service
'i si. Andi. wri were taken by it1 i
I). A. McRae, of Los Angeles, Call
forala.
Brea 1 al b re i ents ; - i  loaf.   Turn-
bull's baVery, Fourth and Columbia. *
Jusi opem I for business���the Wes!
End restaurant,   Everything new and
righl.   good  bill  of  fare,  by   Nesh
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$12.25, $14.75 and $15.25
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Matchless Values in
Fine Furs
Our assortment is admit edly the bOBt in tbe city   anel covers a
ig   of prices suited to shorl  purses or long,    We ask you  to see
Rh;.   ; .ni;,. I efon' choOBlng n new FUR this season-
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T. H. SMITH
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
About  100  Oddfellows   will   anri
Ln the city this afternoon from Wash
tig on state points, ns well iis from
���   ' : .'������ and Delta, to lake pari in
Goulel      eturn,   was   -:i,. festivities which will be held this
a  rie..:-   time yesl  r-  evening In the O Idfellow ��� ' b ill,    Th
'. i'-i;   will   be  purely  a  fraternal  on -,
and evei j . (fori will be made by i lie
nie-ini ars 'if iii.. local lodges of Oddfellows  and  Rebekahs    to    give  the
stranger.s a good time,    Lodge buTS-
uess this evening will be quickly trans-
... '.��� I, i.i make waj   for the speech, s
ind singing,
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,vhu   l, en   condui; n-     the   Poi
I ......     lew ri.
;,].:..-' :r on Mr
in the city fo
day.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- navies it
Son,  B. .ins
one small organ   |1S
Todd's music house.
a snap,
Seven I ran.. re 01 s if I be law will
tai ,��� i ., ilici i lag sl rate this morning, in the majority of cases, tli ���
charge will be desi rlbed a _ D. nnd L,
or 11. an 1 I).. Four of i n prisone i
are Slw a ih-ss.
Four lots on Second Street, $676
cash. White, Shili a >��-��� Co., 260 Col-
um La St., 'Phone 85, **
A Hardman has Becured the Front
s:reri Bouth-easl Btore of the Domln-1���common order, containing as it does
lon Trust company building and will a bout between two clever young box-
transfer his stock of plumbing goods ers, songs, ��nd prestidigitation per-
to those, premises within the next few formances, Joe Youngheart, the weil
elays. The new business will be oper- ! knotfn ex-professlonal, will do the
ated under the name of A, Hardman j sleigfjPof-hand tricks. Tiie principals
g  C,, In the boxing bout have never yet in t
in the ring.   One is .1. Burnett, of the
The Smoker to be   held tomorrow
evening undbc   tlie   auspices ef the
N'ew Westminster baseball club prom !
ises to be an Interesting   and enti   -
taining event   The program is of no
A handsome hard-wood frame Morris Chair,
with patent adjustable back, and upholstered with
rich velour cushions. Never sold Tor less than
$10.50.   Special sale price, $6.95
Special 2.
Something for the little folks. A well-made
and highly-finished Solid Oak Rocker, with <1 ply
cane seat. This rocker is built for wear, and something the little folks will appreciate. It's about the
most useful and substantial present you can give
them.   Regular $3.50 value. Special sale price, $2.40
We have other child's rockers in great variety
for a lot less money if you want them.
Special 3.
And one that will soon be sold ont. A Solid
Golden Oak Rocker, with leatherette seat. The
frame is exceptionally well made, being double rung-
ed throughout. This will prove an acceptable Christmas gift. Regular value, $3.75. Our Special Sale
price, $2.90
Better start buying at once, don't  pul  it off and  then atari   kicking because you have to lake what  the sensible    buyers don'l  wan'.
You're entitled to the first choice as much as anyone.
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| cultivated.    This is  the best buy  in the
city to-day.   See us at once.
TERMS.
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<;. ll. I.affeny. who 1ms for the last
four years been teller ln the. local
branch of the the Canadian Bank of
Commerce, has been transferred io
the Vancouver branch of the same
: ank, There Is no truth In the ���"". I;"
that Mr. Lafferty la to enter the ser. i
vice- of the Northern Bank,
Where are you going n.-xt Tuesday
ni-:lii'.'   Why, to the Baseball Bmoker.
of  course.      I   wouldn't   miss  seeing
that six-round boxing contesi for nny-,
thing.
Port Moody has grown quiet, Industrially, in sympathy with the eon-
lition of other coaal places at the;
pn senl time. Two of the big lumber
mills leave closed, and, according to
reliable Information, the third one I i
e ait el there will shul dov, n this ive it.
They will iiii :��� m une i closed uutll
the flrsl   if the yi ar.
National    Sporting    club, Vancouvi
and  the   either. Jimmy Spence, who|i
hails from the Argonaut club, of Toronto,
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture
Emporium
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New   6-room   bouse,  with bath   and I
Hush closet; lot 66x132; lan*. in rear;
near   Queen's   park.      Price     $2,1 n.i;
terms.   Abbott it Hyde, next Guichon
hotel, New Westminster, d. c.       ���*
Notice Is given In lasl week's Provincial (lazeiie thai ;it the approaching session of the. legislature application will be made tor an act to ta-
cor orate a line of railway trom .��� i
poinl  at or near Crow's Xest   I'nss c"t
the Canadian c'aclfl.c railway In British Columbia,by the most teaslbleand
I racl leal le route, to a ; oint ai or near
the s iinti.it or divide between th i
wati rs of the  North Fork of Michel
II ei i. an l the waters of Qrav ��� creel
ri'   wi-s:   Bl le  ol   the   Norlh   Foi li
Three pounds besl cr  imery  butt r  of Mi... d creek to the confluem '
tor $]    Three doz. best case *       "   '"  two nortn "ranches of aforesaid
..   [ |.e,.,,,, -       creek;    thi di e  by both  branches 'o
l Phone 73.
Columbia Street
N. B.---THE HOUSE OF BIG CONTRACTS
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Mr. Employer
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McLEOD, MARK & CO.
tTte farm Land Specialists,     ���     New Westminster
in
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relative  in
ItlotlS    eel
the   va
case fifty   mile
Fresh flgs, Bhelled almonds and wai-
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BBS'
rresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily      	
Choice BEEF
Telephone 192.
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Best of farm-
ler's Pork
poin i near the divide, with authority
o to i on ���: rui . equip, maintain an 1
ous comtetltors m the free library vo    operate branches  trom any  poim  on
ting contesi   was  very  little changed the proposed line or lines nol exceed-
by  the  ballots which  were deposited   |ng in  .,,,., ,,.,,,
iu the ballot  ' ox   during last  week, length.
', The  Royal  ('< lumblan   hospital    i till'
le ids  I..' n healthy  margin,    bul  SI
!  Barnabas church  Sunday   schoo!  and Mt".    '';    U��e House ���''' ,;""11 ( !"
Holy Trinity Sunday school are work-jKy\�� & Soll:!
I lng towar.' i the top-nott hers.
Fruit  ranch of 40 acres  within 33
| miles  of  Westminster of  Vancouver,
; by rail or boat, Annual net r turns
$2500; In centre or good fruit growing
I district. l'rice $.".000. Abbott & Ily.lri
next Guichon hotel, New Westminster, n. c. �����
I All Ho ia the poetic name of a Chill-
i aman who will this morning hive i i
\ answer to a charge of supplying In-
' dians with liquor. Ah Ho admits his
���guilt, an;i Is prepared to spend a ,.er:-i
in jail during the coming winter.    IIe
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWSiS^r^rs,���^:
The ftugbj match which was player!
at Queen's Park on Saturday afte1.'
noon between the Columbian College
players and a representative city, w ;
reniarkabie tor a greater exhibition id
energy than skill. Of course tin buys
arc just now organizing, and owing to
the ladi of interest shown here ln the
game of Rugby during the last fer-v
years, there ar.* very few practic'el
playerii available, but many are show
lng an Interest in the game and hiv
prospects of eventually becoming valual le acquisitions to the city t am.
Both teams were in ior form, but iho
Is an old offender, and Ins bi-en pre-   aggregation    wa:, the    most    laeUinsr.
I'!'-. CaHege team won by a few poinl i
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSS!-
BLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN ANO
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::     ::     ::     ::
over
i p'.caem j
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
.14 MON!
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PAGE  SIX
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAi
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45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK   WITH
Thi
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
SUICIDE WAS FAR
TROM BEING BROKE
McQUARRIE   &   CQ*
Real Estate Brokers Insurance  Agents     Financial l\.
I Synor
C. T. Barney, Prominent Fi-
nanceer, Ceases to Worry
By Severing Silver Cord.
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Sapperton Lots
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Splendid riot near the school house     $300; terms
Columbia street Lots    $450; terms
A splendid Lot, cleared    $150; terms
The best Lot in Sapperton 66x165,  cleared,  for  $425; terms
Lots nt $100 each; easy terms.
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New Yuri;. Nov. 17-���Thai Charles|
T. Barney, the financial and society
man, who killed himself on Friday,
was by no means ruined financially,
appears to bave been proven by statements as to his business affairs, which
were made public following his tragic
death. The cause, of his acl of se'f
destruction, therefore, is believed to
have been something deeper ihan the
money loss which came with the financial crash in which Barney und so
many   others   were   involved.
Friends and business associates <'f
the dead banker, who had been work-
in.; for weeks in attempting to settle
his business affairs, said that even at
lhe preseni low level of prices securities and titles to property helel by
Mr. Harney will exceed his obligations
by more than 12,500,000, They cypress confidepce thai all these holdings can be protected, and thai on the
rising market, which they expeel to
follow a period of depression, the
value of the estate will le greatly en
banced,
It is largely lo his inability to en
dure the bloi upon his business reputation, which he feared would resuit
from the suspension of the Knickerbocker Trust Co., and grief over <h -
knowledge thai many of his friends
had been carried down to ruin In the
collapse of his enterprises, thai his
closes!   friends attribute his rash act.
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270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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Injured at Trail Crusher.
Trail. I!. (.'., Xov. 17.���An Italian
named Mantelli, fell into the huge, ore
crusher ai the smelter yesterday and
was badly Injured about the legs anl
body. The crusher was in operation
and M.i melli was assisting in making
some repairs to the wood work. Tho
man is in the hospital, and will, it is
expected, recover.
PROMT ST.    Phone 333
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.'
Lots 2, ::, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, Iri  14,  15
16, 17, Iri IH, 20, 28, 60, 71. 7:'. 7::, 7-1
and 77 if subdivision 3, in suburban
block ll, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
G room house on Hamilton street,
all modern improvements One lot
from car line; iot 60x132, l'rice $1400.
$000 cash, balance in monthly payments.
S room liouse, all modem Improvements, full sizeel lot, Sherwood Btreet,
Sapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance, on time-
."i acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has heen cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 2S bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
room house and barn and large chicken house for about 2a0 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram;
all fenced- Price $3500.. Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $1<>oo April
following, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66xM2 ft., S. 'i of 8, lane at
back, ilrd and Queen's avenue, l'rice
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 8Sxl32 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block I! facing Engll b
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
1C0 acres less right of way aboul S
acres for railway; 2b acres stumpi 1.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 Story house 18x28, lean too 1 1x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 and
lean   ''ee ::2xl4;   granary   10x16;   two
FRONT ST.     PhODe 333 FRONT  Sl
100 acres, less 2% for new railway,
Township -I, Sec 11: all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
10 acres und .r-drained, ditched all
round ami fenced around anel through
centre; 5 room house; barn 4ox75,
sufficienl le e I tor about 300 head of
slock. Price $8000; terms one-third '
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1000.
160 ACRKS about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
an.l partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable', l'rice $16 per acre; |1760
cash, halance to be arranged.
\% ACRKS, BlOCk !��, Lot No. 2,Diit.
Lot 8;   seeiith side or the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half   cash.
2 LOTS. 132x132, N.-W. corner of
10th Street    and    St. Andrew*.    Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 8 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Full sized Lo|  ���
of Regina St , bi I . ���
avenues, wesl side i
$400;   half  cash.
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4   Lots    88x132  .
i::ih itreet   $1200
2 HOUSES   on 1
Sapperton; 5 rooms an
shed and 4 rooms, ,
sbeel.    $1000 each, on
ance easv.
77.5S   ACRES,  blae���;.
ploughed  and cleare |
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land l
howe
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ot thi
E. U Sect. :,.   $75 per acre,
cash, one-third 3 mon ,
months.
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Block, corner of Auckland & lltl) 81. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on lsth street, between  7th and  Sth avenues.
7 LOTS, 120x6?, fac
4   lots   cleared,  small
house, 17.1 chickens;  f, ���   .. ] ;.
price $1500, |1000 cit'-!!
6   ACRES   gooel   b,;,.
Lot  16, corner  Blui
and   Brunette   roa.l,
roomed   house;   parlor,  dining
kitchen and three be I
ed;   conservatory  :;o ,,
heated by pipes;   well;
16   bearing   fruit   riv       1   :...;.
stock ready to plant oul
6  acres  cleared,  light
malnlng acre;    all  ten    :
from  school.    Price $3000; hall
bal, in 0  months at 7  ;
1   Lol   88x11
$800  cash.
4th   a-..
3 LOTS,    6, 6 & 7,   ri
cleared, upper side oi
tween 1st and 2n I Streel
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from
Oth  A venue 1111 south s. !���    '.
37 fc 38, full size,    Price $noc
! four, or $300 each; bait    .  .
ADVERTISE. IN THE. NEWS
Follows Beattie-Nesbitt.
Toronto, Ont., Nov. 17.���Tb
vlnclal cabinet this morning appointed
ril. A. 1". Kent, lawyer and 111.'tuber of
the schoo] board, to the reglstrarshlp
of Wesl Toronto, in place of Dr. Beat-
tie Xi'-biit, resigni d.
12
chicken houses, each    10x12;     wagon  0,h(,r $10.   flush  (,lns,,s .,���,,
shed 20x30;  small milk house, small nected    with    sewerd. Pric
orchard, al! kinds of fruit, 65 bearing  Cash $2, I,   balan,',. in 6,
Pro-1 fruit trees;  natural spring well, Pric months at 7 %.
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily ar-1    Lots 14  and  16 of 1 <;f 6
ranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Koyal and Queens avenue' ea t
siele, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 0, $1000 each,  ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Double    tenement   b
1st  anel  2nd  St.;   1   lee' i
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE.. Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
IS,  24,  30 MONTHS, AT 6%,
2   houses   corner  or    Merrival    and
Agnes;   1 ill sized lot;    city block 31,
lot 11;    one house rents fur $25, the ,
���I con- ,.ash iiaif" und half In 6
$3,500. Rentg ;,,,. $lM )M, h :, ,
in I 18
in acrea ri Bection 14,     Hoi
t of Tn. 2, about 3 mllei
0i     ' Haworth road, Sun.
fcleareel.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2 iri storey house, 3 ro
cash, balance C months at 7 per cenl   ,,'1"'r :; can !"' added
shack;   1 ',-_���   acres   ch
Lot 14 on Sherbrook Btreel of 11    I   with clover, red; fail
3, cleared.   Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal-   One  mile  from  shin
$1,200; .   terms   half   l
mon'lis  at  7   ' i
Six lots, 50x150, outside city westerly -I, 11 of 63   Su    I
$60 each   lot.    Fuller  particulars on 132x132 corner 100 teel
houses drawing $28 ;���<
(1)
upon
each
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land
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In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
j house  rents  for $25,  cottage  for $12.;
$5,000, easy terms.
27.i acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses,   in  good   order;     some  acres  ('!lHn. balance easy.
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commman ling
Situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth Street, Two and one half.-- ery
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
colli water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
GCxl32, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,751.
$1,600 cash, balance arranged.
ICo acres on the Scott road, 12 aero?
cleared; barn 50 x 30; Btables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
$5,000, half cash,
months.
balani-
The
ormng
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
I \\'ater from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance C
and 12 months.
This  property ls only \U mile from
itram line. Over two hundred chicken-, and  lucks could be sold with the
I property at  a snap.
Part of lot 3C9, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $2,'i per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. Sl to 86 and 96, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots clean.el without a stump; Bmall
house, chicken house
chickens; horse and  rl
160 S.E.  'i of Section .
10 acres,partly cleared;  ���������
running through; good n
north   of   Wel,.-tei's   corm
mill and P 11. ai rii" weal
ber worth $7 per air..;  ci
4   miles    from    Port     Hani
$2,100;  terms $1.luu  cash.    '
ranged.
Large lot and  two ct,r
lumbia street, Sapperton.    B '������
at $10 each.
One and one-halt storey I
full   size  lot,   situated  north ���
Royal avenue and corner of M
street;  9 rooms;  bath  roon .
cold  water, closet;   woodshi I
bearlg   fruit trees;   streets ot
sides;   fine  view.    Price  $1,3:
cash.
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The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the clay. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
or
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1 L-2 acres, more
less, in bloc!:, c irner of lltl) Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Price
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So That You
Mr Pusinessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
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Subdivision of lot 16, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth 11 venue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at. $1000); two lois
on Fourth avenue., 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front Btreel and Inspect plana,
House, full size.l lot, on Keary
; street, Sapperton; reals for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32, Timher, flr, cedar ami alder. Qood soil; good roads.
Apply ror full particular*.
Lots 17, IS, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lota
$27,0; 4 Inside lots $200 each. Price
$950.  cash.    Single lots at cash.
Lots  16, 17 and 20 of I I  of
$jOO for three or $175 each;  l
balance 6 months al 7 per cent.
Pull Bized lot on Royal avenue, be
1 ween Fourth and Mi nival..; all cl ir
ed, $1,200, $80 1 cash
Acreage ou Vancouver road, corner
of Qilley road, $225 per acre. Acre
age Is Belling Cast at this price,
No. 308.   8-roomed House,  with  bath
room,   etc.;   Agnes   St.      $2,COO;    '.
cash, balance :; and 6 mos. at 7 ��� y
N'o.  306.���9-roomed  housi', with   bath
mom, corner -if 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms i/4 cash, balance
8 and tl months at 7 %,
No.  810.���-9-roomed   House  and   bath
room,  AgneH  St.   $3,000;   \(.   cash,
balance I! and 6 months at 7
No.  312.���8-roomed   House  and   bath
room, Agnes St.      Price $2,500;   ri
cash, balance 11 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation,  10 acres or
chard,  %   acre  strawberries   planted
this year;  abler bottom land-  running
spring; house 18 x 22;  frame barn ;;n
x  32;    It-post   frame   house   and   co,v
stables, three in all, stable V cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for .standing
timber; carriage house 10 x 21; hen
house made of hewed timber laid ln
mortar, 12 x 30, A chance of a lifetime, $9,000; $1,000 casi
Lot facing 2nd St., between
175    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from
$1500 cash.   Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all  clean
alongside  and   back.      Price
half cash, balance easy at 7
160 acre's Improved  land
and Bheda complete, near Cl 1
all  under cultivation, $15,000.
'   v   handle  this, don't  di la;
bar. aln; terms can be arrangi
* I For  the  above   tour  ;
special price! win be made
chaser.
House  30x 12,  Ith    St., '   "���'-
ami ,"th Ave. ;    2 single and 1
bedrooms    upstairs,    an ',
down stairs; parlor, dlnli
Ch6n and  pantry.    Full sized 1 ���'
ning  back   to  Ash   St.     P    1  ;
$l���r)00 cask, balance at   "
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth H
north side between Flrsl 1��!
streets,  No.  5,  (1  and  7.   I'riCt 1
each or $1100 for Uie three.
Full sized lot, nortii side ��!'\
llton street between Sixth and E*l
streets; $226.
28 acres on Mara road, BW"
$160 an aero FOR A FEW' '
ONLY. One-quarter cash, bal����
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th stred ��
���Ide of 4th avenue.   Price *20��
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6 month*
at 1 * MONDAY, NOV.  13.  1007
TIIE DAILY NEWS
PAGE  Si:VEN
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
���H Synopsis     of    Canadian      Nc rth-Wri...
Homestead   Regulations.
I ������ Lots 1 i,i 9 (inci islvc) of a
I  Group '.rie.   ;, i, New
V.'estn ���       trict
Wl i il  ...  the   loss ��� ��� (' ir
il  Ti ]. Numbi r 15715a, Issued
  : In the  a ime ol   Pete r  Latham,    b is
ri   I in thl i office.
Any even na.... e...,i .-< '-tri.n e.r Do- ;   ;, :,..,.  ..;.,.��� llut , ,-,,.,,
,_nlon land.-    ��� ���  w.inbu.i-.i.  saskatch   .,���   tbe expiration of one month trom
iwa'n and Ari. .:;i. e\i'<;.iiim H an l 2G,  ,),,. ,\:i, . ,,. ,i.,. ,���.,._, publication here-
not reserved. :-. --.���  he li Mea.led by 0f, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unlei s In the mi antlme valid
���''M." 'h.;i be m ide to me ln writing.
C. S. KKITH,
Districl Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, 1!. C��� Oct. SM. 1907.
. .i    farming
11 _ iii.   not less
In i stent, In
��� ad    Join
I nol  meel this
OCI..
any person \\.. ��� .   ilie sop. h< a ! of  ,
family, or an, male' ov r ri year,, o!
age, to the ��� ��������� nt nt one quart.':' mc
tlon of 160 in-1" ���-'. more. <ir h'ss.
Appllcatii'.i :'or entry musi be
made in per-on by ilu- applicant at
a Dominion Lands .V.'eney in snh-
agency for the d.strict in which iii-
land 1�� sltuat' . Kntry ley proxy may,
however, be made at an annicy .in
Certain COnd ilie'te hy the tallier. ino,!.
er, SOU, daughter, hroiheT ur si-ter el'
an Intending  Ininies!, ader.
Tbe home-:,   ede-r  is  ii'jiiire.l   to  jice-
orm the ho.,������.-1< a.1 dmies under nne
the tQl-Ov. tie-:  idans:
(1) At b i   mon! Ii  '  ,     hh'tii',
upon and ���      ��� -���'��� "n    .   Hn- l.e n.i  ia
each year  ���. a.
(2) A h'    '      ...     ii, ...    j.   in,    ,,
desires, pi-.     .,.  -  >     -., pe...|
dence dut:
land owne .
n eight
e vlclnlt
ownership
eqalrenien
(3) irt: the
ther Is i.        ���   ���                       ,.���!���
S  pcrma :���::;,������    e.n   ,     ,,,
nd   OWni : hem.    no:    h-
an   eight "    eee-; \,.,   ,\    a;,   en
vlclnlt.. " .,'��� -'��� ei, o   ie;,
on a hom'      ,ei  . a    ��� ��� i   i ,v ..-.  hi i
the Vici:..     .      '���",   i ������to"   '.-.e ;������;   m: '
efm  hi ,'. a   :        |e:,c..   ,]>���::   :.   hy
JXg   Wltll    'he     I   I'll'   ;'     Le      llllll il'       '.
(4) The- ������ : ;.'.     \b- if.: ���  '   ill   ' h.   :.'...
preceding     >: ���.,���-���-, -.m d   as
meaning I; '       ������;,:..
a direct r��� ��� : i ...��� ..:  the width
road :. . -    ���
irenc
15)   A  hoiiicsti ader   Intending    t
perform i
a ....��� while livin ���
.      or cn far nd own
tojelf must .   I .    ag' ut
i     let o     ich inti ation.
j        ���....n'i. In writin    n
the ('..mmi.-she'-.    . .  Do
.:���  i r-   ���' a, ��� .  Inti ntion
i .  ; atent.
Vri  W.  CORY,
.   Minister of tho Inti rlor.
I 'nauthori    I pub Icatlori ��� ���'���
ea.e'nt   will   not ��� ���
..i   -. .��� e.. ������.   : he  : .,1 .wing desi rlbed
lands.
Commencing   al a   ;        planted  al
iuth east .< orm r e.t Timber Limit
No. 9827, then ���       ith 80 chains, west
���0 . hains, north  i I chain-, an I eas:
80 chains, to poinl ol commencement.
il VRRIET FORD,
Per s. ii. Ford, Agen .
October 1. 1907.
notice, to cp.e.c:tors.
��� ����������������  �������.��������� + ����<. ����������������� * ���
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
heen made to registi r Joseph Tays as
'he ',.. iei In Fee Simple, under a Tax
Deed from ('. t'. Fishi r to .he eph
1 .        earing date the 161 ie d i ��� ol No-
���      '.. n   1904, of all an i Bin? .
lar     i   cer  parcel or trai t ol    nj
and pn nil i       f-ute, lying and
Dl trii; of Nj a   \,.   tmlns er,
In the Pro. of British Colum! ia,
more ]     tlcularlj   known and dtf
��� l  a    Lol   i :. Block  '������ on ol
Lol  201, Group I.
You and eai b of you ave  requh
to conte ���;  tiie. i laim ee: the tax
��� ��� "i   i Cort. -five  laj i fr in rii i
date of tlie flrst publication ol this
notice a. on yi u, oth rwise I s ta I r -���-
Ister Josi b r . a as owner I hereof in
i. ���. An l I hereby direel that publish     if this notice for one month in
a d >ii. na ��� . aper publishi <l at New
Westminster will be g.iod and sufficient     rvice th ri if,
Do ��� i at tiie' l.and Registry Offlce,
*i .' '���'., tniinsti , P ivinci of Bt Itish
1 '��� lum la, ; bi _���.; b d iy of October,
A. D, 191 ;.
C.  S   KEITH,
Distrii ;  i ���     -'
T i Ji lin Sirr, Esq.
.1 -.,du this notic .
ind the      i.... iiii -  d, ough .a un ier
tie'.      ��� :   lil    e ..... ,    [ruing any :n-
! virt ue of an.v
it nti .   I in t, an 1  all  , e ������
. ���   Interesl    In   sal I
he- i   by  a.--    . ',  whose  title  i-  nol
t 'giste e ! ur.d r the i ro\ i   ons cf the
��� l Ue glstrj Act," i hall I e f irever
ij '���! .ml ilebarre 1    trom setting
6.   TAKE    NOTICE   that    Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, !',. ('.. occcupatlon
lady, intends to appl,.' for a special
license over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at. a post planted at
the BOuth easl corner of Timber Limit
No. 9825, thence south sn chains, west
sn chains, nortii SO chains, and east
80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
Ter S. If. Ford. Agent
October   1,   1907.
l.   TAKE    NOTICE    thai
For I. of Hammond, B. C, occupation
lady,   intends   to apply for a Bpecial
timber license over the following des-
crll e I  lamls:
Commencing  al  a   posl   | lanted  at
he north east corm r of lol 235, Bouth
,    ��� of Gilli's    Bay,   tbence   east CO
e hain .    thence    south    to the shore,
the-ni e westi   Ij  aloi -. I he Bhore to loi
... ��� bi oci   . ;     aad nori a along the
.1 ind ir;   ol   Lo    :: 13, to  . be poini "f
commencemi   i
No .���  nbi r i.  1907.
HARRIET FORD
I'AKE    NOTICE    thai
l\ THE XI '.I'Tlri.   of the Estal    ���
ri  lander Ewen, late of tii ��� Clt>
of N        .      tmi B      sh Co
umbia, decea
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN
suanl  '.e the Revise I Sta ! B
Ish Col imbla, Chapter 187,
ered ..- and others havin \ claims
againsi the Estate of Alexandei Ewen,
who died on or aboul tlie- Sth day oi
Julj. 1907, are required on or I efoj ���
the leth daj of December, 1907, i i
send by pos; prepaid, or deliver to the
undersigned, tin Ir Christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions;
the full particulars of their claims, duly verified; the statement of their ao-
   count   ami  the nature of the security.
Ilarrh't.   it' any,  held  bj   taeni, and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE th U after such lasl menl lorn .1 date the i .>-
ecutors, John Hendrj and John B.
Jar line, ��ill proi eed to ... trl mte th
assets of the deceased among the pap
: les ent itii el then I i, ha i ing regar I
onl in the- claims ol :. bli b I le j shad
then have notice, and thai the said
��� \e c .'oi.. w ill nol   be Lia or tho
sahl assets or an;   pari th reof to anv
ea or persons of v, ho e i   ilms no-
hall  no   have beet   rec Ived b.v
Lhem ai the time' of such dii I ri mtio i,
 p      DATED ;;���   New   Westmlnsti
Harriet 6th day of Novem er, 1907.
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Als Low Prices for Cash
20 pound  Pail    $2.03
10 pound Tin   SlriS
5 pound Tin   70
3   pound  Tin 40
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
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Limited
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huh, Inte nd -     to apply   for u spi cial
timbi    licen e ovei the following des-
I lands.
Commi ncing at  a posl    planted at
i he  i outh easl   i orner of section  22,
aboul  five niil.s  south  easl  of Gilliri j
Bay,  Texada   Island, thence south SO [
chains, thence easl  80 chain-, thi nce ;
ninth vn chains, thence west 80 chains
to point of commi ncement,
HARRIET FORD.
November 1, 1907.
::.    TAKE   NOTICE    that    Harri't
'cr.1., .:       ..;..(.,,.':, ation
ladj. Intends I i applj for a spe< ril
��� mber license over the tollowin-;
eh scribed Ian ri:
Commencing al a post planted a;
the south-east corner of Section 22,
and aboul live miles south-east of
Gillis ! ay. 'i'exad i i-l.in !. tie nc..' i.'i
ehains   south,     thence     west   to   tho
MARTIN  ri  McQC \KIUK.
Solicitors    tor    John   Hendry ami
John B, Jardine, executors of the
saiel   Estate.
NOTICE  TO   CREDITORS.
IN THE MATTER of the Estate o.
John Connal Whyte, Late o�� the city
ot .New Westminster, British Columbia,  decease I.
NOTICE 13  HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
��� to the Revised Statutes cf Brit
Ish  Columbia,  Chapter  IS",    that all
cn titers   and  others    having   claims
against  the  estate of  the  said  .John
Connal Whyte, who died on or abo.it
the 9th day of October,  1907, are .���__-
quired  on or before the 30th  day   d
November, 1907, to send by post, prepaid,   or  deliver   to the  undersigned
thi     Christian and surnames, addr
shore,  thence  northerly     along    tit"   es .inil descriptions;  the full particu- j
shore to the south 1 ue of S ction 19,   |ars .,;��� their claims duly verified; the
cl ,.i to or in t  spec! of the  thence east to the point of commence-, statement of their account and the na-
'��� :,;,!   laid     nd so sol 1 for tax. s as prov;,'.el   ment.
",   'l.ea.i Registrj Act."
LAND    ACT.
Tcrm of Notice.
Timber Notices
nl,i'i'   1.
HARRIET  FORD.
1907.
TAKE   NOTICE    th.it    Han
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ktmlnster Land District, Uriel' New Westminster, H. C.
notice that James Sharpe, of
���stminster,   B.  ('.. occupation
nun.    intends    to  apply  for a
irn  er llcensi' ov. r the fullow-
foed lands: ���
Commen,dn.a   at   a   pos;    planteri   on
', hank of Twenty-five Mile
Creek, about two miles from the Lil-
looett River, thence East forty chain3, ; south SO cliains, east SO chains, north
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet B'ord,
of Hammond, 13. C.��� occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber
liceuse over the following described
lands: In .s'ew Westminster district,
commencing at a i ost i lanted at the
north east corner of Timber Limit .No.
S663, New Westminster  Dist., thence
South, one hundred and sixty chains,
West, forty ciiains. North one hundreel
sixty chains   to   point   of   commencement
JAMES SHARPE.
Date, Octoier in, 1:1117.
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LAND    ACT.
Form  of  Notice.
on 1 	
1,80-H
N*�� Westmin der, Laml  District,  District <d  N'ew Westminster, Ii. C.
Take not iie   that   .lames  Sharpe,  of
New WeMiniiisti r, li.  c, occupation,
Lumberni        intends to apply for n
SO chains, aud west SO chaius, to poiut
of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
October 4, 1909,
���t
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupati e.i
laily, Intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencln-: at a post plauted at
the south-west corner of location N 1.
;>. about tour miles south-easterly
from (iillis bay, Texada island, ihence
east to location No. S, thence south
to Lot 22~>, theuce wesi anel south
along the boundary of the said Lot 235
to the shore, thence westerly am!
northerly to the point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November 1,  1907.
ture of the security, If any, held by
: them;  and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that af-
i ter such last mentioned date the ex-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephones 12. New Westminster
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ecutrlx, Margaret R, Whyte, will proceed '���') distribute the assets of the deceased among  the    parties    entitled
thereto,  having  regard    only  to  the 1
claims of which she shall then havei
i notice,   and  that   the   said   executrix
'.vi,, not be liable for the said assets
j or any part thereof to any person or
e persons of whose claims notice elie'i'.l
i not have been received by her at the
I time of such  distribution.
1
J. D. KENNEDY,
I Solicitor for Margaret It. Whyte, executrix as aforesaid.
Dated  the 4th day    of    Novembe-,
I 1907.
I They are Perfectly Waterproof
YOF TAKE NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT."       '
For over fifty years the name of DICK has been a household word
in the Old Country for Waterproof    Boots.     Their    special    process
renders tiie sole leather perfectly and    permanently   Waterproof, besides adding doubly to its wearing qualities.
These we specially recommend for the wet weather:
Prices���Ladies, from $2.75 to $4X0. Youths, $2.00
Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, $2.75.
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 "iFord, of Hammond, B. C, occupation
2. TAKE   NOTICE    tnat    Harriet hady,  Intends to apply for a special
Ford, of Hammond, occupation  lady, | timber   license    over the   following
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and' slxt
mencem*
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lng al a posl planted on
bank of Twenty-five Mile
it two miles trom the Lll-
. thence West forty chain;.
hundred and sixty chain-,
"hain.-. North one hundred
chains    to  point     Of coin-
JAMES SHARPE.
Intends to apply for a special UDaber j described lands:
liceuse over the following described Commencing at a .o.n planted aT
lands on Texada Island. Commencing ti,e northeast corae;' of Section 21,
at a post planted at the south west about four miles south-easterly of
corner of lot 15, tbence south SO\q\\\g bay, Texada Island, thence 160
cbains east SO chains, north 80 chains chains south, thence -in chaius east,
and west 80 chains to point of com- thence 160 chains north, thence 40
mencement, chains  west   to  point of   commence-
HARRIET FORD,        ,,, .,,,.
Per s. ll. Ford, Agent, HARRIET FORD.''
October   I. 1907. November 1,  1907.
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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3. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet 6. TAKE NOTICE th
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady, Ford, of Hammond, B. ('..
intends to applj tor a Bpecial Timber lady, intends to appl) to
License over tho following descrlbou timber Ucepse over tho
lands. ! described lands:
Commencing at a post planted al      ��CommencIng at  a  post
TENDERS addressed toi
the under signed, and endorsed "Tender for Detention Building, Victoria,.
Ib. C," will be received at this oflice
until .Monday, December 2, 1907, In-
(clusively, for the construction of a Detention Building at Victoria, li. C.
 !    Plans and specification can be se' n
i; Harri ���; ! and forms of tender obtained at this
occupation Department and on application to Wil-
��� ;1 sp cial; ii.nu Henderson, l-b-nif, Resident Arch-1
following   itect,  Victoria.  11. C,
Persons tendering are notified tb-it
planted  ut  tenders will not be considered unless
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
the south west comer of Timher Llm-1 the south-wesl corner ol Section 7, as
t US28, thence west So chains, lorth shown on map aboul half a mile north
SO chain;, !"���?��� so chains, and south | of Glllls bay, Texada Island, thence
80 chains to poinl of oommenceinent.! east SO chains, thence north 80 chaina,
October 4, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, agent
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Bide:
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Re lots ., and I'e, of ieleied. 2, sei division" Of parts of section :; i, hi nek 5,
north ran-' 2,west New Westminster
district. Whereas proof id' the loss
Of certificate of title number K.979 a,
(Issued in the name of Frederick William Smith has been filed in tins
office.
. Notice is hereby given tbat I shall west St) cliains, north 80 chains, and
let the expiration of one month from' east SO chaius, to point of commence-
tbe date of the first, publication here-' ment.
4. TAKE NOTICE tbat Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to appply for a special Timbei
License over the following described
lands on Texaela Island.
Conimencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit No.  9S2S, thence  south  SO chains,
tlience
w, Sl
sn cliains. thence south
sn cha
ns hi
point of
.. omn
encemen*.
HAI
lUIl^'l
FORD,
November
1,  1907.
Of, Issue  a  duplicate of the said cor-
tltlcete , unless ill the meantime valid
Objetkm l.e made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
i-Ud  registry  office,   Now  Westmin-
�����r, li. C, Sept. 16, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
October 4, 1907.
5. TAKE N'OTICE that. Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special Timber
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures,
Each tender must  be accompanied
by an accepted cheque ou a chartered
bank, made   payable to the order   of
the Honourable the Minister of Public
i Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
i of tho amount of the tender,    which
7.    TAKi-  NOTICE    that    Harriet i wlll be forfeited it the person tender-
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupation | lng (U_cll,ie   to enter   into a contract
lady, intends  to apply for a Bpecial j whl,n (,aUed upon ,0 (lo a0i <���. if he
de3" i fail  to complete the work contracted
for.   If the tender be not accepted the
timber license over the followin
cribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
40 chains north of the south-east corner of Section 6, .about a half mile
north of Gillis bay, thence SO chains
north, thence SO chains west, thence
SO chains south, thence 80 chains
east to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November  1.  1907.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
che pie will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department, of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 2. 1907.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they Insert it without j
authority from the Department.
B U L.1_E TIN
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35^p. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
\V. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
toOND;
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Building   Lots
Fine residential site on Third
Street, 2 lots on a good corner
for $1,200.00 on terms.    :   :
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salts. Insifl on having WINDSOR
SALT.
135 W
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ua
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
BOYS IN RED BEAT
THE BOYS IN BLUE
an I  Herrtngshaw;    hall Can
di       i   nningham,    Lock;    ���  �����
w       a, Ambrose,  Ho* ird,   Lockbart
���.ii l l. im - li n.
��� in. I.   FoBte i. Craig
I au; half-backs, Ha
A. Turnbulf, Stephens; torv ards, Hoc
..������.. Hall. Ryall. Len Turnbull, Grant.
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By Score to 3 to 0, Lock's
Eleven Defeats Turnbull's
Assorted Kickers.
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PAPER BAGS
AND TWINE
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vJ  before buying
out of town.
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THE BEST-
Cookers and Heaters
In Town, are to be
Purchased at : : :
BRYSON & SONS
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
Tel. 65
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  34S
'Phone   105.
OFFICE
DIARIES
for
1908
���AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Holiday Goods Arriving Daily
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
See our stock of above before purchasing.
Solid Gold NECKLETS from $2.73
to $77.00 each.
S illd Ceelel LOCKETS from $2.C0 to
$55.00 each.
We also have Gold BRACELETS;
prices $650 to $73.00 each.
and Gold BROOCHES, $1.50 to
$110.00 each.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
JUST ARRIVED
The local league team being without a match in the Vancouver league
two   picked   teams,  one   in   reel   shirls
; and the other in blue, oppose 1 each
other  on   Saturday   afternoon.       The
| reds  were captained  b.v  Frank  Loci:.
j and the blues by Alec Turnbull.
The   blues  started   the  game    an 1
(Barbaree was at once tested b.v Ryall,
and  from  his clearance the reds' for-
I wards got away in a body and pressed
the   blues'  defense   severely.       After
j much bard work, Craig and A. Turn-
bull got their forwards going and Len
j Turnbull deserved to score with a last
[ shot  which  just  shaved   the  uprigli*.
| Fine   half-back  play   by   Lock  Started
! the reds' left wing, and Lumsden en'l-
I ed some pretty wing play by scoring'
a fine goal. Stung by this reverse,
the blues attacked with vigor, only ( >
I be beaten back by the solid defense
of the reds
Still keeping up the pressure, Len
Turnbull, well fed by his namesake,
tried Barbaree wiih a couple of high
shots, but the goal keeper cleared with
his usual ability. This brought half-
time, with tlie reds leading by one
goal to nil. The reds started the see-
end half, and for some time the blues
had to work hard to keep them from
scoring. A. Turnbull got the bail
away, and good work on the blues'
right gave Ryall a chance to scoro,
but he dallied too long and was robbed by Clark. The reds' forwards
again got going and clever play by
Ambrose and Watson caused Craig lo
give a coiner to save his goal. The
corner kief; was placed with fine
judgment by Lumsden, an.l Lock
scored goal number two for his side.
from the face-off, tha reels again
attacked, bat A. Turnbull an 1 ti. i
. acks defended stubbornly and tli'1
re Is were- beaten back. Ryall an!
Harvey took tin. bail towards the red.'
goal, but (lark forced them to run .1
into touch. From the goal kick ;h ���
reds again pressed, and Foster in goal
saved a lightning shot from Ambrose.
Bilodeau cleared his lines with a fine
| kick, and the blues again got away,
hut Clark and Ilcrringshaw w tre n :
( to be beaten. Ambrose and Watson
took the Fall up the field and a fine
centre from the inside man was i ek n
by Lockhart, who scored a lovely goal.
: A. Turnbull tried hard to get his for-
! wards going, but the strong half-back ,
play of the reds was too good for
theni. To the end tho reds passed t - I
verely, and only good back play by
Craig and Bilodeau kept their goal
safe. A good hard fought game ending with the- score: Reds, :',; IHiks 0.
The I nys show.-' i great im] rov ���
ment in iheir play, and should, on the
day's form, earn their flrsl poinls
against North Vancouver next Saturday. Teams:
Reds���Goal, Barbaree:   backs, Clarl:
Carlist  Sentenced io  De=th.
Bat celona, Nov. 17���A court martial
sitting here yesterdaj passed thedi
sentence upon the Carlist General
Mi re and his seen. Those two men
were captured near Barcelona on December I of las: year in the acl .if
leading an armed uprising In Catalonia. Six other men were Benl to tha
chain gang tor life fi r taking active
;.ar;  in the Carlist movement.
The
'Eclipse'
Bread
Maker
Simple in Construction
Perfect in Operation
Easiest to Clean
Will mix and
knead a batch of dough
thoroughly in three minutes without hands
touching the
dough.
ANDERSON
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McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
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A fresh   stock of Raisins, Currants, Peels, Spices,
Shelled Almonds, Walnuts, etc., etc.
Also a shipment of China Crockery and Glassware
ADAMS & DEANS
The  City Grocery.
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Electric Railway Service \
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stations  will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:     Cars  leave train
office on the hour, twenty min- o
utes after and forty minutes after, commencing at C:20 a. m. < >
O
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave!!
at ten  minutes after the hour, <>
���half past and fifty intautes after
the  hour,  commencing at  0:30 ��
a. in.
Sunday Service   hnir-rtourly between S.30 a.m. aud 1! p.m,        ] \
\\ British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd %
Your
Valuable
Papers
Should be kept   in  a safe
i place.    Fire may come when
you least expect it and destroy   J
all your valuable papers and -sirX
important documents.    We have
Safety Deposit Boxes
For your Deeds, Mortgages, Agreements of Sale,
Insurance Policies, Marriage and Birth Certificates and
Wills.    Boxes only $2.50 per year, and up.
Come in and talk it over.
The Westminster  Trust
AND
Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
:iead office:.
>.
F. J. HART.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, E.  C.
Managing   Direrior
Corset Demonstration ~
by the expert demonstrator of a well known
make of French corsets.
We have made arrangements with the
manufacturer of this particular line tn have
their Miss Winfield visit our stoiv for a
short time in the interest of their high-class
corsets.
The exact date of her arrival is not yet
known to us but will  be announced later,
We invite every woman to take advantage
of this opportunity to be fitted with a proper
and perfect fitting corset suitable to their
figure.
Watch for future announcements with full
particulars.
W.S. COLLISTER &Cd!
LEADERS IN  MILLINERY.
247 Columbia Street, ��� - New Westmmslri
W. it. Gilley���Tel.
Offlce   Tel.   16. ri.  iri i,
Gilley Bros., Ltd]
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime. D. C, ::
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tele, Terra Cotta, etc.: Clayburn Presn.
Mantel, and F,re Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liver*
Salt,   Forge  Coal, Common   Br ck. Sand, Gravel  and Crushed Ro:��
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X Evening Classes in Commercial Branche
!
Will   be   held  in  Columbian College,
commencing < n Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
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t   W. J. SIPPRELL,        ....        Principal
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IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone  133
NOTICE.     IT'S FINE!!
A  nominating  convention    for th.':
purpose of (selecting a candidate in i"
preseni the Liberals of the Westml-n ���
ster districl en the nexl Dominion ri-1
ection, will be held in this cily on
SKATING
AT
Imperial Ro
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18     engu^bay^
commencing ai two o'clock in the at- M^very Week Day.
ternoon. Afternoon and Kvenin?
Delegates who may he una] l<' to at-' Thone 3465 ���
t.iiei shall appoint proxies nnd notify  in     .     .     .        ��� ll/Ji
  Presiding officer before the con-  WeStflUflSter   HOO   W
ventlon opens. OENERAL MACHINM A.m' ^
I WOKK. j
Sitrnpd 8HIP SMITHING, ��l��"M,'',X
01kntU' STRUCTURAL IRON    wgj
Ornamental   Iron   vmhk, ln
.,-^IT.W,        ,,_,,
J. Reid, PreS. I Fences.antes, Firo fcJBCapeSriJ*|
J. W. MacDonald, Sec. | ���JB.U on,er8 fln" ,,on'P"
JOHN REIP
BEUBIIi
New Westraincter
READ THE DAILY NEWS
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