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SHILES & CO
NOV 14
_ WHITE, SHILES & CO.
iii. 270.
iii BI-MONTHLY
Nee(], r Rooms May
' Mean Change  of  Head-
auarters to tiardman Hall
IM..D.. WHj. OiSPLAY
��������� i-U EXPOSITION
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   FRIDA?  MORN) -      NOVEMBER 13
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
YESTERDAY'S ELECTIONS
p t
l:min;">'   '��� nts   tor   Erect-
L Guildincj    at
Seattle .��� ipleted,
..
-.
months,   and  g, :i. ��� ,
ound, mi'.ni,i ..
mi   will   meel
:    .,,'    one,     a
tbi
, ���  prevlou
���   :    'i; ..li    .it       t;i       A.
In    the Liberal    ,
.enlng, when
, for the secon I
ii.   voice   of
��� nn ms on Ihe
moi ���   fi ��� qui nl
on  Pad
n
���
apaci   ���������;, in  .
'
���
Mint
I
..
���not
���
���
I
"
.   en  ��� ii n
��� .  [dent, too]
.i ai era of mln >r
able  routine
ti d, the ni ��� I
. ommtttee    to
m  with  i in- Wi st -
tee \- aa      rough!
. ...   d amission A.
o Izi I t, i 111 ,1.,
hol ling of a con-
di legates in    the
nspiay in     in
ai
...   j  bull Un;
icatlon    i
executive
''��� '   " :     tl n   aJ     Hubert
in one -
m  ���
In .'.���������      vi Itten       ..���    ion   \ I Pl
.i building   ���'l,;,i:'     '                ieri     ,i .     - -ii ling
site IC .   ,                        ereon to       ���  ���   .* -
,!l'''                                    ivlll provh                                mei ts.    Thi        have
1 loniinlon t >.-.   tl circumstantial run        ..... mg tiie
etui ns   [rom   Yale-Cariboo ������ nay  in   ih<
io yesterdaj   - "   ;,"'::  ' itive  candidati -
over their Liberal opponej        Owing    to the    Ie    ��� ���,-���
. .-. ies, thi   i unpli te return ���  .���  be  a .
to   tan    are:
Yale Cariboo.
(Con.)    2607 Duncan    Rosi      (Lib.)
i   . ��� in |i a la by "62 vol-.
Kootenay.
.Con.i    3023 Smith    Curtis     iLib..i
Goodeve leads by 909 pote .
mm ano     SUICIDE fOLLOWS
LUNbEHT AT ST. ANDBEW'S.
DEATH Of DAUGHTER
ige  Audience Listens to  Sor
: tones of  Caledonia After  Re-
past cf  Scottish Dislies.
and
111
184
.   14
Wife of Sheriff Williams, of
Whatcom County, Ends
HerDayswhile Despondent
Rumors of Emperor's Death
Are Current Among Chinese
Bellingham, N tv. IL'.- Despondi nt
over the loss of her eldest daughter
and  dreading   to   no  to   the state   in-
:"        i I on. to  ��������� hicl     n   was com->
.    '.   .
Thi   condition
so  -���. ous    that
o{ suffering  for ten    years
ti..; chronic diabi ti s and  sciatic
admitted that bis brain i-       ���    t
proacl   ol   St.  Andrew      ! laj
sugi ..   tli.   annua) .    i
er and i onceri    which
duly  In | i     ii   St.    Andrew's    le, ture
evening.    Thi   e
��� ���   -���   att, ndance al the   llnner. This
ivas i i uspicet   oi the ' '"'j  T ""
' ���-.    an ,    the    us mis,   wife ol   Sh< rlfl    Williams,
s,<': ' :'   :       '   ���vere Berved-    *���' ������ ���'   Whatcom county, last evening sll
S   Hende 'son was able to take part lnL_,���,
l.o.n her bom<. made her -.- is
to the eon.i hi use and, entering    the
herlff'i   ..ii,.   .     iolt  .,   revolver Irom
thi   :'.'..-���     tor the lit st   time  sine
bis  recent   Illness,  presiding   al     thi
igh the governmenl hi - - m-   <"):><���,���<���,���  ' - ""'l from the din-
���   the headquarters
���   .Inured to   the
! in considerable
ubject,    the    oon-
:    elng  thai    larger
table   in   view  of
of a   Young  Liberal
> i  iniiiittee, consMting
on,  W. Turnbull, H.
i'   W.  Luce, the latter
Voung Liberals, waa
oroughly   into   the
instructions to    re-
ii Ive  meeting to   be
���
be    b.dd    In    tb.'
<m   W. dn. .-d iy  in-
���    week  for the pui
organising    the
I
Whi ::   loslah I
,!"  ' '";|.  that ca he Infam   sod
1,1    " ��� . Prince Chun, h      been broughl into
teiests of the  1909 .   wa     as- |i ilaei      T) ���    . mperoi   bai     ��� ��� n
thai   the    Brh ovi rnnu nl
for i ���  ���;,
tion it li  ".. :������ shown that    Can ���
iuld     '    .     .;  it. d  and    il
I . n Bl   '���"   d n    It to lhe Dominion.
D, spite  i:
I .'���!:    "
. more tl.t...   , .������ u   ago, it  wns
neci ���     the British governmenl
to ��all   iir.i1 formal!.  Invited    bi fori
t. i  I ti lng the past few d
���' wei l the emperor an I mei
was in Europi     - of i        eath        the empi  or  the gi ind i iuncH, then -ou io
belii vi    '...���     .��� .-    ha .,��� beei
��� ilj.     'i:.' .      ���   i .; ba .
actu ��� enci   since Nov. *.
ner.    The program of music was  ���      '      lesk and Bhot herself In the head.
BHYAN AUViSED TO
BECOME EVANGELIST
.-..avjfin   JM'��.-*!���-'-��������� I
-.tor Predicts That Thrice Defeatea
Presidential    Candidate    Would
Rival   Apostle   Paul.
EARTHQUAKE SU
ALARM MIMICS
��� ,arations w, re ma le for the
dian exhibit! m and building;
Cana
North   and   South    Vibrat.ons    Sha'r-.e
Windows and  Doors at Sedalia.
But Do No Damage.
OFFICIALS PROTEST
BUYCOTT 01 JAPANESE
ii.: llngton,    Kas.,
'��� n nch E. Ollvi r, wh
viva)
sued
.Nov.     12.���Rev.      Sedalia, Mo.,  Nov.   12.���Two    sllgh
is holding a re. earthqu    ���   shocks were felt here this   Annie Tld;
ceptionally good, and    almost    everj
i -���.- :    ��� i-.��� ��� .-u encore.
Among so mnny artists it  is atffi-
��� ,'.  ;.. partlcularlzi. bul  pi   ba      I
I mosl amusing Items were the c
ns of A.  G.  Williams.    He    v. is
suffi ring from a cold,  but  ilu.   defect
���was   bai'ely   noticea ;le,   the  lm I      a
of thc vicar's voice, in a reproduction
of  n     .i!:..'-'     concert,    being    most
Mis songs also  wer,   a
ablj given.   Miss .Munn was In t-plen*
I did voice, and her songs were heartily
appreciated,    li.  O.  l.amb recited    a
selection  from    "The    Lady    of    the
: Lake"   with   suitable    emphasis,    and
| this was cordiallj  received.    Another
excellent recitation was that of Miss
Mr. Morris' contributions
meeting  in  Burlington,  has    i->-
an open letter    to  William    J.
morning.
���Windows  and  doors  were  violently
Bryan, urging  the  Nebraskan to  be-1 shaken
come   an   evangells -.   an i
iut  no  damage    was    done.
were much applauded, while Mr.
Forrester's selection on the bagpipe
proved a pleasing introduction to the
i Mill RAIOERS
tU OX COPPER ISLAND
U.   Further advices
...    thi    Siiiliaito   Mam.
lh .  Orli m.    redding trage i;.    ai
According i" lati i ad
'���
unn, i*  sh it    six
ling    Bchooner    bo��o
othei  three, prevlousl)
were   drowned     >vl"''
"'��� ���  cape.
'IGPAPER MILL WILL
BE  BUILT  IN  SPOKANE
Hong Kong Nov. 12.���The registrar*
general has Imposed tin.'.- on all
t'bin.���������*.��� Bhopa In this citj which have
displayed signs advising their customers no: in purchas, goo ls ><: Japanese manufacture I la stated, also
thai ���..'!��� municipal officials have d-
\ Ised the city  merchants to pun
��� ���   good si Imported from Japan.
This action of the officials Is
di res, in. .1 by  the populace, and
Ij efforts ari m Ing made to
establish an organized resistance to
th, decision of the registrar, I..-..*-.>���
of appeal, couched In Inflammatory
age, have bei n Beni to the pres3,
ui gin the . ollectlon ol a fund with
which t" "light China's battle," but
the papers have nol published thes,
nis Ive3, as the> have been advised by
ihe government against Baying anything lo stir up feeling over the boycott
Tbe action of the government Is
llk-elj to promote enmity among the
Chinese.
BELL AIRSHIP TO
RISE   FROM   WATER
predicting ] The   shocks  were also  felt at Hous- concert.   Miss Woodward recited   two
that he would becom. an equal of the tonia,    seven     miles    northeast     of pleasant  little selections, and    other.!
..' ostle, Paul.
"Twelve  years   ago,"
writes
I Bed a  a  and at Lamonts, twelve n_..a.s lending assistance   were    Rev.   .1.  G.
!-���'������   ���..in  here.    The   vi rations appeared   Reed,   Mr,  Cameron,    Miss     Dockrill
French E. Oliver, "I wrote you a letterito  b,   from north to south
in which I stat..'. my conviction that 	
you should  preach    the Gospel,    and
added the statement that if you would
���'tat.   your  wonderful  talents  iu
ofj
Sew   York.  Nov.   12.--Mrs.  Cora   B.
WOMAN   SUES FOR
MISTAKE   UM   IDENTITY
(piano  solo,,   and   Mr.  Christie.    The
orchestral  selections    added    Interest
��� o ile-  pi o    -i ii     Ther.. was no form
���I  speaking,  the  pastor's  appearance
being very cordially received.
-**''     Hi il instantly.
more than a yeai Mrs, Williams
was the constant ati ndant of her
i .laughter, Belle, a teacher in
Bellingham schools, who was
afflicted with tuberculosis, jhej
travelled all over the west in search
of health for tbe daughter, but she
finally died here in June. Since that
time the mother has been despondent
ami once before tried to end her life.
Sin- was unsuccessful. Since then
sh.- has been growing worse until she
'��� tame violent and was finally committed to the state asylum for the
Insane.
Lasi nigh; she evaded the members
of her family and fired the fatal shot.
Hi r husband ia distracted with grief
over the affair and he is nearly a
wreck. He has spent his savings for
years on the family and when bo
leaves office In January will be practically without funds, although ,at one
time be was counted well to do. The
dea l woman is survived by her hus-
.'and, two young sons an i a small
daughter,
God as   in  evangelist,  the Bryan
the twentieth century would equal the
Paul of th,   first c< nturj  as a cham-
"i f the cause <>i Christ.
"Personallj your three defeats have * ���"������""-' t**ama��e8 because' as *he ,al
been th,   sources ol   ioi row to me, as
1 had hoped to see you elected to the  ,;'!:" Ounness,
murderess, and taken trom the train
V..  last  -uniiner.    Her
Ar,AA ::;;;:;���" ;���.::;SMy00LED CDINESE
ABANDONED BY WHITES
EXPLOSION INJURES
PASSENGERS IN TRAIN
leges,  she    was  mistaken    tor    Mrs
the 1-**   P��rt--  tiad.)
Buffalo, N.  V.. Nov. I_2.���A gasotln.
pr, sid. nev.     Who     knows .'     I'.-rha, s
' ,,,. ���,r,. ,���.,,��� .11.._>-..,I     inili"iiii e .     to tu hi. wus wrecked on the south liteak-
l am ftrmly convinced that one    am-  amounl toi alleged    tnaignmes    w
'    .,   .       ,               ...        I- which ���*�������� *"�����-    s'li'i-cted.      Mrs. wall early  today and  six o!  the Chi*
bossa lor of Christ of your calibre    Is
Hi
Brooklyn,     de*
worth  more to  the nation  than    ten   ""���''������*  wh<J *ives    ln
thousand presldente. c'ares ,h-*' sh" suflered 8UCn a 9hock
"This impression regarding j-our fit*  that neither she nor her mother    has
���ess for the great work   named   has completely recovered.	
been  strong in my heart  for    twelve
years, and 1 pray (knl that it may be
come a tire in your groat soul "
lies,.-   weie
III lllS.'lVe..
lir. iikwall.
drowned  and
by  climbing
from    which
lour sav, d
up on the
tuev    were
PASSENGER TRAIN
BLOWN   OFF   TRACK
American to Act as Arbiter.
New York, Nov. 12.���According    to
cable advices  which have    been    received here,  it is  expected  thai     be-
v' 12.���C. B. Pradi,    a
it, who owns a Ui-
mill  in  thai -nai.. an*
will  al  once    begin
lon of a $1,000,000
lie citj  nt Spokane, a
..   . niployment   to
.ii.   Mums high m
a direi tors and capl.
I In lh,   Chicago, Mil-
'���..ul. has I u working
D ri   li"   two  .vac.
a 1,1 li.   located on  the
lie uppi r watei - ol
���  . in iiiiihii. uhere ihe
lew  enterprise have
of  spruce  and
. which ar ��� princi*
mufacture i f papei.
���    hlppod to Spokane
nto papeT here, be-
railroad facilities.
��� siimaled.   will   be
lhe entire  N irth-
iii.i grades of poll   from wood-pulp
ti -i here.
Hammondsport, N. V, Nov. 12.���
The aerial experiment bureau of Hammondsport, In which i'i**u. Alexander
c Bell and Q. H. Curtis are Inti rested,
is planning to undertake a novelty
In aerial experiments. Th ��� government
is .specially desirous ol having a type
of airship lhat will gain the necessary
tn soai in the air bj gliding
over the water.
Th,. experiment  bureau   will   within
,,  |, v. days  li rtake expi riments on
Lake   lv'iika.   wher   the   airship   wlll
,.   iropelh I   b)   iis  own   motor over
the Btirface ol the  water, to get But-
i,,.,, ;,i speed to expand Its wings. Tha
airship  will  be attached  to light  can
canoe - v, hich will be carried with
��� aves lhe  water to
Kansas City, Nov. 12.- An explosion
of powder   at Dodson,   seven    miles
southeast  of the business centre
KansaB  City,  thus  morning    ii lev-
Kansas City Southern passenger train
from the tracks.   One m
and thlrty-flve Injured.
Houses i"r ii dl.
wei,     �� recked      ' ���
1', isons .in-    .';<1 l"
h,    Cu..    bouses
cause  of divided    Bent I menl    among
iii ���  powers,    an    American    may  be
selected to bead the court which will
m Urate the  Casa  Blanca  affair.    It
i  is said  that  the  court   of arbitration
,, will have for iis members a German,
Frenchman and two other   foreign
n wi, killed   ���'���"'������nees.    After their Selection these
taken by the police boat.
Thai the Chinamen Were deserted
by a trio of whit- smugglers and left
ti battle for iheir lives, was revealed
this afternoon in a statement mad.,
at the West Seneca Street police sta-
tion by Mock Quong, ihe oldest of the
Celestials.    Quong    made    the Btate-
ivansos City, Mo., Nov. 12.���Tnlrty
passengers on a Kansas City Southern
train were injured, several probably
fatally, when a powder mill exploded at
Holmes Park, south of here today, as
the train was passing. The explosion
, lesi loved three houses aud shattered
buildings tor a quarter of a mile in
, very direction. It is reported that
several persons were killed in the
three houses which were wrecked.
Tb. train was near the powder houst>
and ihe force of the explosion almost
blew it off the track. The windows
were shattered and part ofthe coaches
were blown off. Timbers and stones
were hurled through the train. The injur,,) were brought here and taken to
hospitals,
menl   to  Chinese    inspector    Pierce	
through  an   Interpreter. I NANAIMO RESIDENTS
Quong   stated   that   the  boats   were j                     WANT  BETTER  SERVICE
running on a  hitih sea  close  to    the .	
lour  will   be  authorised   to  select    a
.. llf     ,���;-,.' president, and according to the under
th,    explosion   standing, this wlll.be    aa    American
tilled chosen by tb��_. Americas state depart'
This   in : aug. in.-ut.
have
spi
In .-ii
in. nt.
Ml ll   Ot
accept a ble    to   Fi unci
;t   is
au I
said,
(,. i
many.
\ ii
tho n.ii 'hiii'   ;l    ll
fly into tin- air
at
iventngi
row-i ol
cine.
12    Nev
mu
11    '  Dock   Schei
..,   ���
I'ii'i!!,'  i
m,,      ' i    ������ laj   ihai   the   Vainl r-
1   mi,I   I
"ns  InterestH on the water,
end*
il:v
'
'
I'       .'I
' I'll  I
ion   anil e
o im  ervatlon
"We Are  King."
\n  undersized  audience    wltne
the production of "We Are  King
i be opera liouse    y��sterda
i he  wide <!],. ii  spaces  in   t h
,,, having a depressing effeci on
the actors. Although handicapped li
such outrageous names as Bexendorf,
Sianiiacb. Kites, etc., the members if
the casl managed i,, retain lhe atteii
Hon of the patrons until nearlj ������'������-���
Fast Train in  Accident.
Rochester,   N    v..   Noc.   12.-Thre,
l��� nn- eastbouud Twentieth Cen*
l, thi   Sew York Central's
thrown   from  thei
Qlo s.'ii.  road crossing,   Just
shortl) after 3 o'clock
bui  strangel}     enough
lassengers 'h "
breakwall when a terrific gus; of wind
Bwamped ."ih craft. He sai.l the
while min managed n> scramble up
the rocks. Th. chin.se appealed
in ibeiu for assistance, but only one
responded. He helped one
Chinamen to the pier and
lowc i the other smuggh rs,
ack" Wi will ne back In
ii..!  help  youse."
rn*   thi
then  toi
yellitii
a    llttli
Nanaimo, Nov. 12. ���Business men
ber. have for a long time complained
of the steamboat Bervice between the
mainland and this city, and a committee has be, n formed which will Interview c P. K. officials on thr, < questions, In the first placi the;
thai t:i> ..-- ngi . rate on ilu
from  Ni naim i  to Vancouve.' i
i ai
turj  Limit
.  ���   train,  wei
rails ai
, .,  |  . I the cil
ihi    morning,
of the inanj   pi
noi on
��....
. aiiu   Injur, ik
. ,,,   caused the accident
hurlod  from   ibis    bertha
\ broken rail i-
,i;ive
o
clock, the dialogue being
mi thai   the Buhmerg
i '" tl and an Immense
"��� , on trui ted, has
I   spoi
others.
iind
,bai
dra
itiappy in
if, ling
Will Give   Expert  Advice
DubHn, Nos.  12.   sir Horaci
formerly of the agricultural de
paiitii'iit  In   Ireland
f01. the  United  sun
Invitation to confer
Newc(.aiper Mao 3iown to Daatb.
New Vork, Nov, :_.. William F.
Shanley, 2:; years old, an employee of
ti Brooklyn newspaper, was struck by
a gus. rn' the Btlff wi sterly gale
pi. vailed her. lust night, and losing
I his balance as be reache l for hi
i was   .swept    from     an   ell VBted ' '
.. I platform In Brooklyn under an a �����
hiroaching train. His groans were
'beard while the wrecking crew en
deavored to remove his body, bul hi
die i as the work progress, d,
GI3S0N  TO   DRAW
PICTURES  OF
iiiiut
:,i m
..IO
lexori Hani. S ��� - '':��� th, ��� ���< Ight
rat,, ai.��� too high; au I In the third
placi i omplalnt is lodgi i nun ���������**?
WEST Joan does not leave Vancouvei
time, often ... Ur- delaj .1 by
.\,w York, Nov. 12. Charles Dana freight,
Gibson is on bis waj to Seattle today The committee states thai Nanaimo
to begin a series ol |ien and Ink is more anxious for transportaUoh
sketches of "Burly Westerners," which facilities to Vancouver than to Vic-
Will appear in    the   magazines.   This  torla, as the attitude of the capital to-
iieW    ��
oil
oil
Lat*
follows Gibson's failure tx��jward Nanaimo is (
onsldered sellish
Kelt
1 -1 mi -
will  leave here
next)* week  on
with the commit-
Honorable nn
ntlon must
in
be
,���   country   Life   appointed   by
|,���l8|(ieni   Roosevelt,    Sir
,),��� i
aid, ,i to I'.dmnu'i Cnrro
nu
ll   in
tin
'     tire
aw
doubl,    duty   as   a
pondeni   an I   n
Nathan   -.ron   i
11, wbo dl l
for
v. ral years been
Horace
Investlg
has
it in".
lellll
newspaper  i ,; 1"'
ollin-'
Ifil I   '
pro i
i unmittee
tnllar  to
thos
which  the
will Inquire
Into,
,-h..   |       ";i
.ii'iii.n'   minister i
B   ni   Prince   Albert.    .;
Mam
. i   ,
with  a   pri '
n i
Elected  Moderator.
\-
r     Rev
with
n ' '
l h
M ,n '
V\ i'llii
0   .
Donald
elected
-    ������   ���
At the city police court >��� Bterda;
ihree men, John Peterson, Harry
Splcer and Aii Sam were fined $60
and costs ,..ch for supplying   Intoxi
cants  to  Indians, and  thOI
found   with   ilie    liquor
Siwa
sJli'S
'IK'll
make a i itcc* ss nt' tne work    in
painting, which he undertook when h ���
,;,,!.. a   fond   farewell    to the    proud
..pi in bla< k und white, who bear   bis
name, and  sei off l'or tb-- Latin qtiai-
ti i of Paris more than n vear ng". Bui
camel's hair brush snd  the cants failed I"    produce    anything    In ^m
>lors   that   could   claim   the   dlitlnc-
' a
FCRNIE PEOPLE ARE
NERVOUS OF FIRE
Fernie,   Nov.   12.- An  outbreak    of
fire  occured   her   lasl   evening   abont
11 n'eiock al the residence of l>r. Cor.
lbe   brigade   was soon  on    the
lire  nmler    control
lion
of ibe graceful black lines ,,
(   >,.  before much  damage was
tiled   f
An    Insane   man, i..on
ird
(biison gi
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TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY.  NOV
'3. 1303
KNOW  WHAT  YOU   EAT
Ith and Strength
Are Gained by Eating Pure Food.
��
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The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
Have Made Arrangements to Handle
Stall
f, Mutton, Pork and Veal
Direct from the Plant and Abattoirs of J. Y. Griffin & Co., of Edmonton, Alberta.
EVERY CARCASS IS SUBJECTED TO GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
No possible fear of diseased meat; only the best can pass the rigid tests of the Government, a perfect guarantee.
There is no Government inspection in British Columbia; therefore
to know that you are eating carefully inspected Meats is safety
chenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
g%&fift_-��%Bg^g^^
MEAT FROM THE PRAIRIES
IS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED
Every    Precaution    Taken    to    Guard
Against      Disease     in    Animals
Slaughtered.
A refrigerator car of stall fed ���-���������''.
mutton, v.-ai iiii.l pork, arrived in this
city for the Relchenbach Co. Ltd.,
yesterday from the pian: of the J. Y.
Giffln Co. vi Edmonton, Albei.n.
Ai a cost ot i."i'i',:.Mi'.i, the ���!. Y
EYE OPENER REBUKED
BY CALliAHY JURYMEN
*
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
I For Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. I
Dan     McGillicuddy     Fined    S10O     for
Libelling   Bob   Eawars:���Each
Party Pays Own Costs,
Calgary, N'ov. 12.���The famous Mali
of D. McGillicuddy. charged with havin- criminally libelled R. C, Edwards, |
editor of the E/e-Opener, closed Ui-t
night with the conviction of McGillicuddy, wao was fined |1')0
WANTED- Work   by   the
dress Mrs. M. Bradburj.
__________       I
daj.    a*d-
'. 0.. City.
LOST���A leath. r pocket    t,ooi-    eon-1
tainlng some money.   Finder pletise
leave ai this office or   .1.   Watson,
teamster, r-u i_. Williams,   Sapper-1
ion.
Grlf.
'in   Co.   have   recentlj   constructed
The jury found  that  the    plea    of
justification was not sustained.   They
-"an-  for the feeding ami    eventual f" ^" " lhf���il�� *�� **\
slaughtering of cattle bj the mos. ;���-      *',       CltUeM  "'   Calgttry' desU'ed
i ~ved of and sanitary methods '" fl"", ��n  ret"rd  tbe,r " ���Vll"'r"v"';
ot the obscene literature, Illustrations
keP-  a!  and such like in th- Eye-Opener, au t
OFFICE GIRL  WANTED.  Applj   P.O. i
Box
City.
After killing,   the meat
mi  even  temperature  (never  frozeuj
and aged enn:-:;      make li as palat-
ab-e   ������- ' ,;- ��� ih     Bi to '   slaughtering,
���'r' aulmala are i an I illy Inspected   >>
"'���*   inspei tor  app It     | the   gov-
' :;:.   as   an   absolute    safeguard
1 :  animals finding
,vaj Into   .     market  unfit    for
i .    U     '.-   fl     ii-.leli'JI,,
:..  flral  li    am    the J   Y, Gi If
in   i".   purchased  the   animals   iiuiu
Lhe i itic.i. rs, .. n feed them i
;....;:. befor ��� ,'"��� : ai Ing them for the
tablt. Th.- ci mpanj own their own
reft Igerator cars, w hi th, never varying in temperatun , br ng .
direct to thi cooling ro ��m of the
Relchenbach company,
.1. L Youcom, manager of th i companj for the tiii'ld! west. With heP I*
quarters at Seattle, and Milton Oppenheimer, manager of tii" Vancfntver
branch, were In the cit> yesterday
euperiul tnding the arrival of thi first
car.
Nexi Thursda,   another car con  tin
lag 30,000 lbs. [or home con utmption
will   arrive,   and   arrangements  have
!������   ii inn.le for similiar lots wi ekly.
suggested that tin- paper be suppress-   	
ed In case Blmillar stuff !,���   ;'iinte.i ln | WILI
rn-  future.
The judge di' Ided thai each partj
Bhould pa; iiis own costs, Tin iiiilg..
in his finding cautioned the Eye-
Opener againsi repeating o ijectlon-
able literature.
The defeni e a ski d f ir a reservi ���
ca -.- Inasmu. b a the ludge I I '"
the Jurj tin- deciding upon the point.
of  lustification
TO RENT���Furnished rooms from
$1.50 per week up. Steam heated,
bath and modern convenienci -. Apply rh.- Vendome, or to Mrs, Archer, it... nl Cafe (foi merly Lee'.-s),
six :?        'old   ���������'. 'ii b
and fei ;. thi * pup wa > too young to
��� lei   v ��� r>   far awaj   �� * ho
li .i Flndi r v ill e ret. i I
ed .'ti returning to Westminster
Bowling Parlors
V K S T M I X S T K H '..'I PLOYMEN 1
AGENCY���I'nder new management,
2G6 Columbia Btreet, Phone '���'*''1'', P.O
box 807. Can Bupply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free ol
charge. Branch ofTice. in? Cordova
street west, Phone A 27.",0. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and  Female   Me,p   Promptly
Furnished.
dl '.' ������   duties   by   ll farm::
i land owned   solely   b. bim. not M
��� than eighty   (80)   a i ���-������'   '   -J
- the vicinity of b to. Joint!
ownership in land   ��� meet thiij
i requirement.
(3)    If the father '    '��� II ;-l
j father is deceased)
act,   *908.|flll- permanent resld larmingj
WARNING   TO  PURCHASERS.       ' |an(j   owned   solely   b;    him,  BOt i��'.*i
Ahan eighty  (80)   acres in extent, tal
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY
COLUMBIA
NEW
and    IYIcf-__E._.��Y   STS.,
the teamster who broug it down
the blocks and  tackle  fo    ��� intlnglot*0M 4U
to the   Brackman-Ker wha I i .    Joe! 	
Tamboulln      foui week ea
notlfj J. Lj un, wharfln ���
V/ESTMINSTFK,   B.   C.
P. O. Box   H8i3
iNOTICE.
ai.i,  kinds    ui    . kin
dressed.   D  Cameron,
street, r  O. Box 732.
TO    RENT
.uni'
12)
and
���Ifth
McCallum   Sentenced   to   Penitentiary.
Toronto, Nov, 12.- I). Cameron McCallum, former teller of the Farmers
bank, arrested on a charge of bi tallii i
$16,496 from the bank, was sentenced
yesterday to four year.* in the penitentiary. The shortage had i.een eon-
elderably reduced by McCaltum'i
friends  slu<tr* it   was  llrei discovered,
== TME
1
-Suit-   furnl .i  ,      om
suitable for lighi hou dag,
ply to Alex. Speck.
* ���
Royal Cafe
(Late Lee's.)
Entirs
y   New   M_ina-;ein*;nt
Proprietress,     MRo,     APCHER
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT  CUISINE
''     "''* on the half shell.
Game and fowl In season.
a. in.
p, m.
11 p. in.
Meal Hours;
Breakfa ' ,; to
Lunch    li;3o to
Dinner .... B:30    . 7
--���Khl   Rofrei ha    . e and  Short
Ordi ra at all hour-.
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.      Kn-
trauce Columbia and Sixth ��ti,
__.'!.. .',   . '���''.
��� *
POR RENT   Furnlshi I
riHinis;   i lo e In;    beutititul
furniture for sale.    Enquire
Burr block,
keeping
view;
; ",in   i, |
A   jpeclal   meeting   of   the   B.
Fishermen's  Union will    be hold
Saturdaj afternoon, Nov. Uth, at 2.-
o'clock,    ii-    Hardman's    Hull.    New
Westmin ite
All  fishermen  are    peelallj   invited
to attend
T   WELDON,  President.
I'   PETERSON, Sei retary.
Every assignment of the right of a
South African Voluteer entitled to a
land grant must be by way ol appointment of a substitute aud mu-t be
in the form provided by the Act.
Special attention is called to Subsection :; of Si'i tion J of the Volunteer
Hount,. Act, 1908, which provides that
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized
by the Department of the Interior
which is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
grant Issued bj the Minister of .Militia
and Defence In favor of the volunteer
... W. OREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa
28th s.-pt.'iniiu**   1908.
on a homestead entered tor by b;a
In the vicinity, such homesteader maj
perform  his owu res : ���'  * :-
living with the lather  ior motheri.
id   Tne term "viclnltj   m the two
,.receding  paragraphs  Is   i"-'-u>'d *"���
meaning not tnort then ���������''���'��� "11**'3 '**���
a   direct   line.   6X1 lusivfl     '  '���"   wll--jl
of  road  allowances crossed   in  '
measurement
(6)    A   b estea let     itendlng
perform   his  residence  tl ttles in ���������"
sordance with the  i ���
With parents ,,;  on
���-d by himself musi  no!      '     '*"''
rot- the distrlcl of bu ;   ;:
SIX months' nol   i   In v      ng ���v
���,e given to the Corn I :   !'
minion Lands bi Ottawa  of
to apply for patent
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w
'ROFESSIONAl..
WANTED- Board an i room In private
Deputy of the Mlnlstei rl"'
N,   b.���Unautnorlitefl
mis  advertisement   ������' H  *'"'
for. __,
family by young man.
office.
Applj   A, this
w
WANTED -Pupils for violin an
dolln;     fees    modi  at        Address
llox   IsT,  dn
F.   U A N 3 F O R D.    Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
 1 corner      Columbia      and      McKenzie
man-   streets, Xew Westminster. B. O.
A.
WANTED���Nurslnj
English woman,
WHEALLER,
licltor,   etc.,
BARRISTER,   SO-
���12   Lorne   Street,
or dailj work by!0P*3O8,te ('.0,"'t House, New Westmin
Apply Box 937       j ster.    Phow. J43.
TO LET -Furnished
^^^^ "in    Apply
439 Dickenson Btree ,   .. ,.,.���,
W
HITE8IDE  &  EDMONDS, Barrl*.
ters and solicitors, Hiaeklo Dlk.,
 j Columbia street,   Xew    Westminster.
neatly   w. .1. Whiteside, II. L, Kdmonds.
I WANTEDOood plain     , ...
i    ,1<mr    APP*3   Mrs  ,i   Simpson   Ash!	
street, P. O, Box 937, i MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARKIS
WANTED
.lones.
���A   nurse
Mr .   Dr.
j LOST���Sunda}  p.m., on   i bird
between Third and Fourth
a  black   cocker  spanli
street,
i venue,
pup, about
ters, solicitor:., etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornat
Clarkson and I/irne streets.
GKORQE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets. N-_w Westminster, B. C.
���ynopsia     of    Canadian     North-Wrv
Homestead   Regulations.
Auy even numbered section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2',.
not reservod, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 1_ years of
age, to the extent ot oiie-u,uurter section of ittl) acres, more or less.
Application for entry must bt.
made in person by the applicant al
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
.igeucy for the district In which the
land is situate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be made at uu agency on
certain conditions by the father, moth
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejulred to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans'
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
each year for three yearH.
(2) a tiomesteader may, if he s<
desires,  perform  the    required    reil*
C
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POST CARDS
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MOREY'S  8TAT.ONERV  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S  C.QAR   WVA". ��
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STOHt
"THE  FAIR," Colu-nbi   t.tre��
The Edison Theatre
Columbia and Begb.e-
lus-
Corner  	
High Otes, Moving   '7";1M11J.
trated Songs.    Program cha
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Tdvkktih^
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THE      DAILY
To INCREASE You
NEWS
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Use   i*
Simply    :   .  '   *��<***. i
II th,    . *'    lt   ::
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and   t.
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SMALL CONTRACTORS
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Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
p. O. Box   345
Phone   105.
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mak, comm. nts, Th,  w >i
Bonk of  Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPiTAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE             111,000,000.00
Lnchei ���'.'t Canada and N'ew ftmndlau 1.  and   In   London,   England,
Chicago and  SpoKa ue, U.S.a\., and  Mexico City.     A Gen*
e ng   B-.isii.ess Transac f��d.
.er.erj r Cred t Issued, available wi tl correspondents In all nartu of tht
..
Savings Band  Department.     Deposit*   received in sums of fl am! opwa   In
ind   merest allowed at 3 i>er rent,  per annum   (present rate'   ..'������'���
lour times a year.
Tttal Assets over SlfiS.OOO.OOO.OO.
NSW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH
'.    I)    i.KYMVKK    Mil.
[HENRY'S
.1 Te- ������     Si
I Seeds, Trees, Plants,
FOR THE FARM GARDEN,
���. CONSERVATORY
:���*.������-,  rea     ��� ���   ������
orefs,   bi ali
nu-,.. No
���'���:. annoy you,
.    . tre,
f, the fall trade,
Pi ar, Plum in I
v. i Ie, iti l.aditi
. io,    small    i'r.ii
limiie grown an i
tga! on from it" " -
Bulbs toi   i ���
holci     grass   : et
Buy     .Iin  ������
that ( row
Bee     Supplies
Cut    Flo*-*
��� - .���
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
���   and   Seedhouses.
-'   Westminster   Road.
NCOUVER.
* MADE IN CANADA 4
THE KIND
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Ti.ronln. Out.
mil ' -   as
anj  conl i*a<       can      .car-
Ikes, i
.   : ���       ....
! as i hi ap aa an iti actor
I can    The govemmt nt ens   ���.      knov
..hai  :* costs to place I t i
i: -i   in   stre, ts    elthet   f,     , oad�� i; -
or  sid, .- and   t lien   .   i     all    ..
:..   n    Ul     Pi ll.,-.      Rupi 1 :     V.   ���"
knoM   how  tn  .io the  wo ,.   aa  * mall
li toi s   an.i   v. ho   ha\ e   snfllclenl
ea: Ital    o   .a; i >   out   ,ni>   v.ork   ihe;
a  .   -is well as to tui n       bon Is
i that they win do tha work rigli    Fifi
��� smal]   . - nl racto i.    la
overnniet tlshin
in I nails onlj.    rh, j   ean  do it   with
ind will    Mot ���
mini
tnd no   . ������    - ..ii.- man, ui  tu oni
��� firm, who, tu,ue than I tely, ha
tan Prim ���   ���   ���
his  money.
The gov, : um  -.   ii    I
i:   11' ��� ,1-  .'tli  i
.;   to how   mail conl
the  work  thej        ��� ist
in   cli a: lng   ��� hi      iw ti fin
doz, n small conl ra, ton d -i
well and on time.   Thi ������ are in i'i In ���
Rupei t spending t he mom y thej  mad
as profits    Thej h ui no quat 11 Is with
the   men thej   , mployed   el ih, r   ot ei
wages or rood furnished,   Nol so with
the large contra,ior*-. They had
mad< ��� ��� i       Ir wo   . -��� . ���       ��� Imi
Thej   had   q       ��� -'s   with their    men
over both wagi    ahd the food fui
ed.   Th.-y havi
out spending   i ilollai of their ;
Westminster
iu Prince Rupi
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IrciflST-Kr    **L_-0* In the tendei      illing for the
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In
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Office 'Phone  18b.      Barn  'Phone 137
Columl)ia  Street
Baggage   deliver*!   promptly   to
nn>   part or the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
red tha
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streel
pi ,ii . ha
ipplii
Grand Trunk Rv.
'*c en cp idelv/cen
1      \ London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
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STOVES.      TINWARE
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Is good, and in its miry depths the had politicians of the east will wallow for
the next 20 years, but we of the m< ������ \ oured we*--4 and youngest of all in the
family of confederated provinces : heen forgiven, ar.d even though we have
been awfully naughty let us climb f it, for do we not hear the Great Lib-
eral Chieftain's cheery voice pr I   n, and slating that he in-
tends carrying out his program < I ie great west in spite of the
.. t that we have not been ver ������. with three cheers for
Laurier, the -Magnanimous,
let us again,
croakers pi and this gr. a
bound   . tc come.
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suadi a surveyor to plant stake! ���   ���                '��� sent
the B C. Ele trie tram line.   Tl ' 1 at-
ipts at misrepresentation should be s verel     i   shed.
We have our reputation for hon* I fair di I  when
we state that we believe there is no better*       ��� to    tke mo ���    han by investing right hero.- we bear that fact in mind.
The work of placing ties along the line is 1 ��� ing pushed ah< I and in a
short time the rails will be laid throughout the 'irs* section A) Cloverdale. We
have a number of choice Mocks left in our 900 acre sub-division at S�� ith Westminster, and now is the right time to secure one, ������!��� b -'ter still, two of them.
When cars commence running prices must jump right up, and at no point
along the whole mute to Chilliwack will Buch marked advances be noticeable
as at this cud. where our principals practically control the situation. When
this splendid subdivision is sold out, which cannot he lone*at the rt '��� I ere
blocks are now going, they will subdivide and put on the market I hei 1"<*|>
acres. The prices, however, will be more than double what they are atpresent,
su don't pui off, or one of the chances, whi I nly come occasional!) in a lifetime, Vi ill pas- by.
You will readily understand what it will to have about ��� re
good land, which ; p o the presenl ��� as  lain .
Westminster, Bubd       d and - Ireds
families.
Why. pric<   *
of it, reach tli" la 'ark,
mini ter line, viz..    !.  pi i
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Our carriagi s go
an hour to di
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Dominion Trust Co.,
T. R. Pearson, Manager LIMITED
New  Westminster,   B. C.
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I    THE DAILY NEWS
j a comedy drama with brilliant scenic
_J| ofTects.
Thu _*c,;iiic investiture of "The Mon*
streets
C.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
Published by the Dally News Pun-
tis.iint;  Company,   Limited,   at   their Jtona 1-imiffd" Is merely the dress for
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front ja   ���s,0i'.'   ()f  superior  dramatic  worth,
New   Westminster.  B.  C. j ''   'l'*llls  with   the   troubles   of     twin
     brothers, one of whom is arrested and
! condemned for the robbery of a train.
I which crime, in teet, is committed by
his twin.    The  mystery of their  re.
lationshlp   is   not   revealed  until   the
final curtain and the dramatic effect
I is  thrilling.
"The   Montana   Limited"   will   hold
the   oards at the Opera House tonight,
FRDIAY.   NOV.   13.   1908.
LABOR IN BRITISH POLITICS.
Tne cables from    Australia    report
the impending formation of the second labor cabinet in the federal Commonwealth, and those who are closely
in touch with the trend of politics in
the southern continent cannot be surprised  at   the    intimation    that    the
Deakin cabinet lias fallen.    But what
we  wish  to  call  attention  to  is    the
contrast   between Canada,    aud  Australia, in the advance which labor has
made in Australia in comparison with'
the Dominion In the Held of organization  as  a political  party, aiming    at
the social changes which it has failed
to secure   in   the older  countries    of
the world.    Labor as a political force
exercises by no means the Influence
on .governments which it might do in ���
Canada today, and the labor members
of the legislatures are but  few, with
only one genuine representative in the
House of Commons.    The Impotence,
<tr  rather  the  reluctance of  working-'
men to  break away from  tlie    older
paiti.-s,   was   seen in  the  Callure    of
labor candidates to secure election at
the recent   Dominion election,    lt  will
be a long time before there will be   a
r.-al Independent labor party, able as
in tho old country to influence   ministries along the lines of internal and
industrial  reform,  or as  in  the  Australian states to form ministries, auJ
carry out  the work    for    themselves
Thy Souili  Australian    state   has    a
labor   ministry,   under   Hou.   Thomas
Price, once a ston.. cutter, and on his
recent, visit to England this knight of
labor was signalled out for the courtesies of ambassadors and statesmen,
and lionizing at social parties.
The la'or party    in Great    Britain
was equally Impotent till mainly under
the fostering oare of Keir Hardie the
various   sections  weie   brought    into
harmon;. and the harvest of tli
-''-.' n ���,,.,.���  : ��� ars ago was garn, i
the last general < 1< ction in 1906  \
., .- illd   working   del ���-   ion   ������ ��� -
to pari! iment.    Then   had fi im   the
rei ii n ol Thou - - B      in M       th at
the  disoluth n    f   1874    bei a    mining
������;,:���.��� lentatlves   in the   British
of Commons, bul  it remaine I foi
present  g eneration to se ��� the
centres  of   pop a  el< cting
who had worked bj  the sweat of ' ielr
ow.    Right Hon. .lohn Burns Is th.
first    labor man  to enter    a   British
. aliiliet.
Another feature which ha s marked
the growth of    labor    in    Austral! m
Btate politics, and  where  is  seen    a
dividing line such us  marks  the
gress of the cau e in Europe   is that i
from t he first  ;t.  New South Wales
men who have embraced the doctrines
of advanced democracy have beeu allowed to represent the laboring <
iti South Australia only nun who have
worked   tor   their   bread   In man ia.
labor are eliglbli,
As has been point) 1 out by skilled
observers,  labor  In  Australia    is dif- '
i'erenl from the union Bystem passing
under the name i f organized labor onl
this continent   and    in    Europe.    In
Europe    th,     ma si s    have    become
emancipated    b)    a     long     si r iggli
���i fain I  . Imosl   Impossible  odds,  nay,
le Is C ar r om over, while In
1 anad i   thi    unions    are    prat I
from Ami ,:  in headquartei .
���ni '��� ,n.��� : 'i'i  iju mi ni'i.i  about  mat-
en    ���',;. .i oughl I . ��� ftgo i     have
o. ii  .     le !     Australians   ha..   been
. |f .-. ntred,  the bulk of the
CARD OF THANKS.
-Mrs. R. A. Jamieson, mother and
Ross wish to thank their many friends
for the kindness and sympathy extended them in their rec*'nt sad bereavement.
Get^the Habit
It's Worth a
Good Deal
to know that you don't take any
chances with your money when
buying goods from us. If goods
do not satisfy, or are not up to
our statements, we will take them
back. So far, we haw- nor had
any goods returned for dissatisfaction. Good Things and Nothing Else is our motto, and if you
care to call we'll show you some
of the finest china and other art
goods, and the best line of toys
ever shown in this city. We offer
you the greatest values possible.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
���The Finest Store ,n Town."
Today's Special ��� "Royal Bonn"
ware, five inch, six inch and seven
inch plates. 10c. '5: and 20c each.
Large   Salad   Bowls  5Cc   each.
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Our Clothing display ex-
cells anything in the past
that has been shown. Our
prices are ROCK BOT-
Furnishings that
be   equalled    in
TOM.
cannot
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'M-M-M* 'M"M"M"M"H�� >H"I"M"M..M. *H*r*!-v^.H-J.
J. Eugene Brown
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"'.Ve buy for
and sell
CMOICE   MEATS
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corae: Eighth St. and    Klfth .Vvenue
PHONE .^70
BOWELL &  OODY.  Proomttar-t
GET  YD I'R
Christmas Curtains
DONE  DP  AT  THE
F. C R A K �� /\!Mjpi^i.spo.f iif m
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and   Blackie   Strcst.
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo.  Adam*.   Grocer
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Ladies'Gold Watcnes   trom  112.75 up.
Gentl**men'B    Silver    Watch**"*     open
face, |6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver   Watcnes.   doubl**,
case, $7.50 up.
A^ent for the celebrated South Bend
LO   ^atr*1*-'8. mii'plled   to    the    Welhnan
*&?_*   Arctic Expedition.     Ml warranted,
r'halns, Rlni*s, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch    repairing;     cnarges    re.aaon-
.hle.
S Ladies' Hair Dressing!
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Guna   and    iitiitn  all ���       footba'.'.
umbrellas,  typewriters, | i
etc.,  and all  kinds of
machinery  repaired
ALEX. SPECK
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lx   in  ..ii   con m .:: Ili a,  with  a huge
-.ii,;   | im i. thai the unions have had a
].��� ��������� fl, 11 for worl tnan3htp, unlti d '���.
.���'.!' Interesl of keeping ou
v. hite labor n hlcb would tend ti -r
wagt s, and the utmost <.; p - It'.on "to
��� ,ilenta! Immigration. Cuni ������ :���
enough one of the strongest uni a I ���
tin Shearers, a noniadlc class of men
who are busy only a portion of the
year.
To the outer world the most lm-
,... ta ��� Issut .- In 'h" acci ssion of a
��� i . minlstr; to power under fhe
, .:. rn c i8s i.. the Influence it will
have n Immigration the problem of
:: ival ii :fen<'. and the Inauguration
��,i a pvoperlj trained militia, bo dear
I-, the heart of the retlrin
and on the proti dive tariff
ill.-.-:
The Train Robber.
Bcenlcally "The Montana Limited"
is a marvel of the stage mechanician's art, One of t.i" triumphs it re*
veale in ihir regard Is a Hie size moving express train which is robbed by
i id agents In regulation Btyle, "The
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We're showing Three Dollar and a Half
shoes that will surprise every man that
wears moderate priced shoes and who ha*
never seen our $3.50 shoes.
Meii's fine Blucher cut boots, made of box
calf, with two double soles through to the
heel, a boot equal in manv respects to a
regular $5 shoe.   Our price $3.50 a pair.
Men's fine Vici kid Bluchers, made with
neat kid top, fit for the best dresser in
town; $3.50 a pair.
Men's heavy kangaroo - grain Bluchers,
made with a hand-rivetted, double solid
sole, leather sole, and waterproof; $3.50
a pair.
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Massage   and   Scalp Treatment
Specialty
Corner of  Sixth   and  Columbia.
FOR SALE CHEAP
Four hoi ������ po
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On    top for expi
Also a good ��� l
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SPECK & C3ANDELL
Offiee.
Speck  Block.  Ne_;r Tra
Phone 276.
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New our Stock always is ?
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HEATING STOVES
hard coal or wood we h tve thi "'
earant i  ind
if you want a heater for
Oxford Florence, oxford Oaks.     adBome In appea
heavy nlekle trimmings.   AJbo I    je range of alrtlghl heaters
Do   not   forget   to call   in   and  Inspecl   our Oxford  and   '��� :
Ranges, the ranges that give real genuine satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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The pictu i     oaned by the Ontario 5
ex-Jf
$1.50 line for, per square yard.
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$1.00    "    " .. "       "       "   .
75c
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ward I Sbcietj   ol        ,   .   to the recent
hibltlon .. ,    |ia.;K yesterday. Ot
the  fir about  ten have    found
purchasers  a very good average    for
loan collect ions.
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MUST BE CLEARED OUT.
merit
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made   by   the
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'"'' !h" * ' Ij drill ;, meeting was
held to consider whai athletic clubs
shall !.. conducted during this winter.
Th.- ofl i mei
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The wedding of   George    Mathews
and    Elizabeth   Gamel,   ot   Glasgow,
���   otland, was solemnized on Tuesdaj
vening bj  tti- Rei   E. G. Thompson,
M..V. of Sa
Clearing oui crockeryware at cost;
Kyle's, From street. '*'*
Cut flower* and bulbs of all kinds. I
Tidy. ** j
A  meeting of the Westminster Be-j
nevoleni -society was   held    yesterday;
afternoon at tin- city hall, Mrs. Hill,:
vice-president, in the chair.   A num-1
ber nt routine matters were decided,
and ia list of officers to be elected ai
the next meeting ol the Local council
of Women was approved,
Smoke Royal Citj  Mixture, **',
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WE8TMINSTER,
Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
B.  C.
sample line   if fur.
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mltj  to sec .:���   .i  :��� ���.   good I ir
r - li ir $10.00 to $15.00  values
fur
little
$8.50
1.-��� "   ������-: ...:: bulbs and      For    Bale���Seven    roomed    house,
first-class   . it     flowers    ts    Davies'I bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   wood-
B 208 **   shed;     horse   stall,  carriage   house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
street. ���*���
All dealers haul:,. ������*���. c." and 'Old
Igars,      The    old    reliable
brands. ���*
Women's $8.50 and $10 COATS
For
$5.00
;. ind tweeds, ghori   ind    hn    iuartei  lengths,  with
the net. 190a sleeve;  well tailored   ind st up-to-date    In
tlcul ir     Thej are  going  for $5.co
OPERA FLANNELS at less
than
Half Price
W.  E. Vanstone  lefl  on  the a: ������ -
;      for the , asi' to
recuperate.    He will visli his broi.
| who i.s ., medical practioner in Bran-
: don.
���JT-inch
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French    Flannel.     colors
��� il ..'..-.  going  for,
 30c
BOYS" SWEATERS for
75c
On
��� ��� diamon Is the total value of
them is $2350.00; com t and see     S.sk
to be shown in our diamond room to
see ' os.   stones.    Horace Dorer.     **
Ud. E. .1. Fader, as chairman of the
health committee, fi els it his duty to
(push the Fir ; street sewer scheme,
������-��� clall' '- set ei al cases of typhoid
fi ver ha v, occui 'ed In that district
��� i nt I... He is circulating a form
asking propi i tj ow n, rs to sign the
petition t,. he council, which lacks
the   necessarj   number of  signatures
' Ai least two-thirds of the propertj
,r,\ tiers .ni the streets aft, cted must
-inn before th   i ouni il can act.
Il  is said tli it there ari   about    - *.
m    a       ol lllni ss In the I
.��� ati *   ���   oh i out   eleven   mil*
accldenl .and   t oui  one million
la      . furthi ;���  ti' edi I
to   show   the ace of   l
l0n e    um    taintles
���'
The linal gain,' in Chapman
liard tournament wil] :.. plaj-ed on
s.itnrdav evening al S:30 p.m., between McArthur and Wlntemute, the
only two cue artists uow left in the
race. Yesterdaj Wlntemute defeated
bj    7"   points,   while Mc-
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON   VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
McMenemy & Anderson
Phone 192       Pacific Meat Market      Columbia St.
ighl   r Indow    are , Runacres
Aithur won out over his opponent  byjj
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52 points. Th.- concluding game
Bhould havi been played this .--."ning,
��� it the double hoodoo of Friday, the
thirteenth, discouraged both players
. consequently an arrangement was
made postponing the deciding trial of
skill for twenty-four hours
GOOD
��
Sa urday's accident on the B. C. E.
R. demonstrated th ��� jation ever;
man who avels - Ier of protecting himself and his family against
such ui ' n events, White, Shiles
�� Co., 260 Columbia  street   city, can-j ����������������������������������������������������������������������
give  .. i forma tion cn Ac .���	
i   lent  and  Life in*u am
���Second  hand   HEATERS  at a
: Snap.
\ Hardman, James &  McClughan ���
���
Cor. Front and Sixth Sts.
����������������������������������������������������������*��*�����������-�����
and * u dinal
75c
New Westminster Gas Company
Notice to Consumers
M. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
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Wrci-a... *������_..;
croroof Shoes
The kind that will
keep your feet
DRY during this
awful wet weather. Remember
vve guarantee our
shoes waterproof.
These Shoes
sold only by
are
COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
All gas usi -I will   ." charge I ror at
the following rates:
Ql     LSI d  ...   lighting   $2.30
c is used for Ik sting an I cooking $2.00
Cas used for power  $1.50
c.ish discounts  .-ill ,te allowed    off
above prices on all bills paid at   the
office  of  the  Cunningham  Hardwai
Oompanj on or before the l"th of the
current  month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
Nov,���ni!,' r  1-Ui.  190'.
The    Kamoua    Is    lying    in  a
twelve  u.-et of wati I���    will    b.
: WO  " '1 .   , ,n   .,
flu down i The
Bea       bi ���������   .     ��� ���- ,. ��� and
Durin Raiuon i is <
lon,   hi       ��� '��� hcona
will  call    ;,t  the    majority    of    the
. : | "i ts,   -,, i will    handle
I .   the b : ln< - -    Th,   81
very lauge cai go this we,
. i, while   th,    Beaver   broughl
Ion n   a   vi ry  large  quantltj   of  pro-
luce  for the market    todaj*,    almost
���   ���       I iinlitii;  contributing its quota.
��������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������ eeeeeeeveeee ���������������������*��������������������
One of Our Mottos: ���*���
Prompt Delivery       %
\,."   tasty   meals
Ki mi. 's restaurant.
at    all    hour.-
We specialize this ; art of our
iess and can guarantee -
: lon to our c u tomi
Canned   Goods
We have just rec ived another carload of the famous
Tartan Brand Canned Goods-
Fruit and Vegetables. Be sure
to try these goods before buying
others.
Th,- Westminster Liberal association meets In the club rooms, corner
tmbla and McKenzie streets, everj
.secon-.l and fourth Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Visiting Liberals welcome. A. __.
K lington, president; J. W. Mac*
;. secretary.
| Public Supply Stores
GEO. ADAMS
Prop.
��� Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.       Fhone  92.
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in.
PEELS:
HON
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RON
FIGS  AND DATES
Be   sure   and  Bee   our
FRUITS     before    you
buy.
%. PEOPLE'S
GROCER
���position Is  being discussed to
- hi adult .ithit tic club In con
:..       .:i with  St.  Andrews c.mrch.   the
which has attended the iboys'l*
school club having Influenced ���
the eld n members towards taking this  *y
W,   Fryer,  who has  had    con-  8
ile experience in this    line   ol T
h i     '��� n   engaged   as  physical  ���
- .: for the boys,  kppai itus, In-  ��
two acrobatic    mat*!.    Hum'���    'J
.id panallel bars, has been   pur*  Q
assistance   having   been   ri    0
*i"in Bome of the church tn< i
i- resti il  in the    work.    Mi
ire held on Tui - la   evi ilng.
���   ship   tee  being  86 coins
Pop    ii   i oncer!   ai ranged  b>   M;
. St. Barnabas hall, Nov. 18, a! ���
2 .i   and   ir.c.
' ' ill as a  pari  ol  tie- currl
of Columbian college Is flndlni
ta vor among thc fair i
and thej Indulged In a strenuous gami
I ij   afternoon,    the    day    students' quintette playing to a tie with,
the resident young ladles,   it was the
Same of th > year  to which    the
male students have bean Invited, atul
he admirers of th>>    prettj    nthletea
n Te  much In evidence     The    young $
ladles  put  ti|, a lively exhibition    or I*
the game;    thej    excelled   in   head,*
work, and have the    science   of the 2
play down pat, bul were sllghtlj  er |y
l-atle   In   their  shooting.    An  endeavor
is   to  he  made  to secure  games   With
otjier   lailles'   teams,   of   which   mere
re seve-ni in the province.
Is
Y.
Trunk
Insured!
An I is 3
���I ���   unot afford to rake the eh of los Qg it in a tew mini
by fire when you can insure      in
f..r |1 i at a cost of lest than a cent a day.
Anyone will admit that it Is worth more than that to bo wi'h
oui t.i worry of finding your home in ashes some day ****ih no
compensation for j-our loss.
Let me quote you a rate on either a new policy or an old one as
I can stive you money on j'Our premium.
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ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
Empire cream sod
as,  25  teats  per
tin.   Kyle's, Fr
ont street.
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WOMAN PLUNGED      f"
IN STOCK MARKET
ACCIDENT
Society Dame Speculated tojj
the Extent of $8,000,000-
Now Loser bv $35,376.
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New   York,   N'o\    i 2    'The   story of!
.!    ... -.,. ...   . of Phil idelphla
I  ���   .        th      ��tt.nl  ol   **. ,000 ;
in twenty month    ���' ���;   told in the New
i.l;, \ .      The   ll"' i
��� ���.- .;  ..'.'  In r  dealin ;s,  said   to  have :
been i ' tips'  from one of the |
leading  financiers ol   America,  ia    a
h       ,'i   $3.1 176,    She  Is   alb ged   to
,-e ���'.��� n hi ivily in the bull market
of 1906, bul her gains nnd much of her
fortune went aw,aj in the silent, panic
uf the spring of 1907.
The woman Is Katherine M. Church-
man, wife of William B, Churchman, a
close personal friend of J. P. Morgan.
Mrs. Churchman is defendanl In a suit
ibrought by Edward Harding, assignee
for the brok, r firm of Mills Brothers
.-.- Company, which failed In August of
lasi year, l larding's counsi l argues
before Justlci McCall todaj on a ino-
liun for th,- appointment of a referee
to hear testimony.
Mis. Churchman, through her lawyer, has fought the suit bitterly, She
took it mice to the appellate division
on the ground thai there was no cause
of action. Though she denies many of
the allegations in the complaint and I
insist., the linker firm boughl and sold
the stuck without specific directions
from her, the complainl and analysis
ni' her account with the firm allege
that she was Imbued with the fever of j
speculation and was on the road to
win hundreds of thousands of dollars
when the market suddenly took a
downward swing. Then the greater
part of her dealings, it is said, wa;,
mi margins.
The purchase In one day for her ac-
court on several occasions totaled between $400,000 and $500,000, while
$100,nun purchase were, ii is alleged,
frequent.
Her sales on profits also amounted
to hundreds of thousands of dollars,
LIFE
GH-r
INSURANCE    |��g
FIRp
!?���   c-   Land
surveyor
El'��d block, New we,,
SICKNESS
Old Established and Reliable Companies.
________
Claims Promptly Adjusted.
Telephor
mmster, �� c
Wi"g Yuen Co.
LADIES
Columbia
'TAILOR*
Order
lite, Shiles & Co.
���
'���ess   5tre
ets
260 Columbia  Street,
New Westminster,  B. C.
Applications Want*
-
Snaps in Sapperton
is:
liftB
$10 DOWN, BALANCE ON EASY TERMS
jt S  lti | 'H^Will secure you a lot in this beautiful . ; urb.
Jjiji   NOW IS THE TIME.    SAPPERTON IS  PROGRESSING   I    S
Many industries are on the tapis and   the  neighborhood   is   .nun
.mow Into the industrial end of New Westminster,
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   DONSER.
Regular sailings   between
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
[>. I). BOX   4~4.
Tel,
Res.  429
calling at Hammond, Eianey, Langlej :
Mission and way ports, with passengers and  freight,
Leaves    Brai kman  tt   Ker    wharl
N'ew   Westminsti r,   Tuesdays,   Thurs
days and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves   Chilliwack   Wednesday,   Fn
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and  particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
R. WHITMORK. Secretary.
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Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
m -.1 'i
New   V..
month,
l'.u-
���
l
Wrought    Iron   Gates,   K-ences,    Crest
ings,  Balcony  Railings, and
Fire    Escapes. .,n.|,
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
TENDERS
Office and  Works:
rentli Street,  ���   Hew Westminster
fi* J 8 s_Li"j|
._,_��SL.
��y*-4__,. _>^    ^ <tMha^   f*
PENITENTIARY   SUPPLIES.
1:30 p.m. on 1
190!.
building at
Plans and
.ni l forms ..i  ti - li    .
Di par -ii (.j.,
P . tmaster al '������
Persons tenderii , ,
tenders will not |
made en thi ;���. v
and signed with tbi
tures.
Each   tender   m
���J* Flour.
j*      Sealed  tenders, addressed   "Inspee    by an accepted cheque <
3.  tors   oi   Penitentiaries,   Ottawa,"   and bank,  made  payah . .J
4��|endorsed   "Tenders  for   Flour.'    will|the Honorable the Min ti
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODtaE, NO. 27.���j
Tbe regular meetings of this lodge
MY PROPERTY is situated on Eighth avenue, the only avenue which
is opened up through from the city tt, the limits. The situation both for
view and for convenience is unexcelled In any part of the district.
Price to Home Builders, $225
are held in Oddfellews' hall. Colum* $10.00 down, balanci
hla  street, every  Monday   evening. ;
at s o'clock.
to suit purchas r.    Call and -..   me or write for    ai
pointment.
A.  O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE  No. 3
��� .Meetings the first and third Tues-
oa\      ii     each     month. Visiting   Corner  Eighth  Avenue  and  Richmond Street    S
brethren cordially invited to attend. .
Lodge room, A. 6. O. W. hall. Odd Fr*-m Car Line.
GEO. E. TARGETT
appeiton.     Only twe   blocks
-THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR [WORK SATISFIES
OUH PKIliES ARE RIGHT
Kate* mi work of any description   or quantity   quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
j. Daily News  Block.
��|��      New Westminster. Phone 388
*
-frM.....M"M"|. .M"M..M..M"H.
Tibe   received   until   Monday,   30th   No*  Works, equal to tei
,   vember, inclusive, Hunt parties desir-
*j*
.*. ous of contracting for the supplj    of
flour  until   30th   November,  1909,  for
the    undermentioned    penitentiaries,
. i namely:
Kingston Penitentiary,
St. Vlncenl de Paul Penitential 5.
li...eh,���.-.;.;   Penitential 'j.
cent.)   nf  the  amo
which will be forfi ���   .
tendering d< cllni       ���   1    -.-  .
trad   when  called
if he tail to comp ete I
tiaet.-d for.   If the
ci pti .1 the (,h'-'i 1,  ���.'. I
The Department di
to accept thi   I, iv ��� 1
By order.
NAP       SS1E1
Manitoba Penitentiary,
British Columbia Peniti nl lai
Alberta    Penitentiary,      Edmonton
Alta.
Forma of tender and Inform itii ��� as   Department of
to form ol contract, will be I        bed (l(.t  20   190S
,,,, application  to the warden    ��� ( the      v,,v.,.,.���,, w
Penltentla   - dvertisemenl
 ,;l*vs  s'' ���      oui
GEO   W   DAWSON
1    l'. mt- ni rtIi * ',     ~	
11   .u     ...    20, 190!
LAND   REGISTRY  AC.
*!���-'   block,  Clarkson  street
.( ADVERTISB       'bl
THE       DAILV       NEWS
If   You've   t-'IM'NI)  Anjth'ng.
COURT  BRUNETTE, No. -1099,  l.O.F.
��� .'���- ::v*   Friday   In   the
: .       :--  In  the  small
-
-*-:- *..*._.    .-- ,��~    3F   EAGLES,
--; - -      ruesday
-���-:. : 1  'Jw   1
mil. 1 n    ,        ���- Clark,
V      -���-������!        -       .-���:,:._.-   .     r ��� - * itary.
' -���'.   ���:���>.   - i ,', - .1 = 5   OF  TEM-
*'��;. �������������. 1  '.:..,"   *'-���;���  Wednesday
1      I    ' "e.'i    ;     n M 1'* iiows'
lu .      ���
�����'.���.- '.' SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
M : -*~ '.'.. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, lti.��� !��� ,n the First an.l
���'* if every month to
 el VV. Sutherland.
*���������>����������.��>������������.��� ���������������������^^���^������������������������������������������������������v ������������*������
I.   0.  O. F.���Royal  City  Lodge.  No.  -
���if-   In   Oddfellows'   Hall,   Col
. .-��� ' et, every Friday evenlug
at :* o'i lock.   Visiting brethren will
. li     welcome,    O,   E. Gilley,
N. G.; C E, i' r  G . 11 cord
ing   - ' retary,
, ubt ut* COLUtViblA LODUE. No.
lib, bONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Ki 1 Rose 1 '��� . ������ ���   ' Be    1 id     d
' ti  '���'.'��� Ini ol      -h  month,
tn ... of P. Hall, rtniumbia 8t, ai
* p. ;n., White Rose Degree, Fourth
'\ ednesday in i ach month, same
time and   plat 1
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
in. lude the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
v. and A. M.; King Solomon 1. Ige,
No. it, A. F. and A. M.; 1.. O, 1...
No. 1150; I., ti. I... No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4083, I. O. P.; C. 0.
)���'., Court Westminster, N'o. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow'a, Nest  No  29;
BOARD OF   irade    \. ,.   Westmin*
. Trade   mi eta in the
Bl City  Hall, as follows;
Third   'ih ir day   ol   eaeh   month,
Quarterly   mi ��� tings- on   thi
T bur�� d ���'. ..    of    F bi uary,    May,'
ial    '      ..���-.���.    t 8 p. m.
Annual on    tbe    "bird
T a ursdaj    ol ry.    Now
mem'.,: ���    may    bi
ny rn
1 *. . . Wl Ite, Boo.
V'.t;.
4_l_
REID & CO.
Smart Suits
Our llm   of Smait  Suits for Young Men an   tilling a "long
fell   want"  in  the  heart of many a swell  young  Dresner.
We hav.. the styles Wiai appeal to the i'oung Man thai taki
i" en   ip.-rest in his persona] appi arance.
new medium  length,  Bhapely  cut  Coat,   with    graceful
'rand lapels, cuff   on ileevea, the handsome hanging trou-
111,1 'iir' man; . ffects thai go to making swell ga
combine to
PLEASE THF. SMART YOUNG DRESSER
$^0       S12       $15       $18       $20     to      $30
���'���������I ^u ' .   the Voung Mem u high face value
innacf!
CANADIAN PACIFI
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
i'OVUU UQESGi'^na'
BOOKING TO    AND    FROM    ANY
POINTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTRY
Re part of th,
lol ... suburban
nt'  New   VV<   ' ���
Whereas prool ���
ii. ate of title nn.
In the n in...- of Sa
Mal..    Men   . 0  I
been Bled In thia i
Notice ia hen
CAN BE ARRANOED AT THIS OF*|a,  ,hp explraUon
Xl PICE. thl   date Of lh"  !
J      Empress of inland,  Nov.   13.
x'Empress ,.i li Itain  Nov, 27
��� | Empress of Ireland   Dec. n
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��� j     For   other   date*,   and   particulars,
4      apply to
X KD   GOULKT,
*i C. P. H. Agent.
in a daily aewapa* ���    |
City of  Net.   Wi
duplicate of the
less  in th,   ic antiini
be made to tne In ��
C, .-'
District   ie
Land  Regl trj  Offici    N't *  ������''    '
ter. B   C   Oci    Gtl
��� Trains & Steamers
CP.lt.   MAIN    LINK.
Leave     New     w>    nun li r
11:20, 15:20, 17   12 and 2
i
���
���'12   ' ..  16.27,  Irf  i ��� and 23,
Lower Fraser K ������
Freight and Pass-
is: 2o, enger Service pt-5r
:20, lo:20, 17   12 and 22. oo     ..T      .       V
_rrlve al   Nev_   VN'esti Bter   lo \;..00.      1 alVOriK
:
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S iw wi
.-. eat
ho  '.'. ntei   wi Ighl     n  i h, dee   I 'ndei
WE'VE THE BEST MILLS' BEST!
1KEAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
t... N. w. 9.20 a.m.. ar. BeatUa * D.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m   ah pointa  bei   ������
i.v. N, VV, i: I" a.ei., ar. Seattle 7:l.">  .1IH| westham i :
a.m. |,,.,u,    ! Ki ������
Lv. s.-a   I,. ���   io a ii!  . ar, N. w . 3 p m    ..,, _��� ,,.,,,     ,.\
LV.    S tie     I      '  '      '      I  .    ���   ���       N.     W.    '���'������������>'���' ��� |,.;n |;,'      ,,���
P.m. Retu '
l.v. Senile ii::io p.m. ar. N. W. 6:20  ,Mll   ,|,,ip., . xcepi i
addltli nni trip on
Q. N. K.    PORT GUICHON. ;i-    ,   io p.i
���'tl" I  a .. I." 1 ..all ...���   '
No,  :::i7    leave     N'ew   Wi si nun "
'in p in., arrive ' lulchon 6 p.m.  t'1'
Indiu ���    ' i
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OB.   JAEOER'S    an , ,, s   ,.;lojee   all   v,    a u
'-���*T>   '"xil" : nted   In   nil   weights   ani   :-i/--
1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 to $7 the suit
There la no bette ,,, bu
y^%^\       mE
I-pIwPb Outfitters
PS;    - ^42
\
da., s;  also ,-iinneei inns by  i" i" a.m..
oxcepi New Westminster Tuestlflj an l
1:35 Thtirsdity, |
Leave ilulchon G  tu a.iii , ur ve New ;
Westminster  **  15   Fridays;  also con
ie .-t Ions by  2  p.m.    excepi    i lulchon t
Tuesday an I ii it m. Thursdn .
Lv. N, W. 6:20 a.m., 3 p.m., and '>������''���'
p.m. for Vancou\ ��� r, |
Lv. Vancouver 8:36 a.m.,  I  p.m, and j
11 "ji |. in. for w eatmlnster,
H. 0. BLBOTRIO��� VANCOUVER.
Leave   N'ew   W". t ml teller  5 : all,   6:20,       wjj^ '^^fif jj'^ ' '^{|p|f |fv('''
6:50, 7:20 ami S a m., ami every half j
60   *���*!&
tf   EXPE"1-    _j
���^ TB*D�� M'e
Di
Copv;ii^'<t��.'.;
J J hour thereafter till : i p.m
���
iv m
Lv. Vancouver foi   Wostmlnster *;     ;. ���   ���
��� I:.-.." hotirl    til      [it-
Z 11-30 , J   m&
.   - '���' i ; .�� ���.
13.   1908.
THE DAIL7 NEWS.
f��AOE aEVtS.
hAve rou tried     OKANAGAN
-���CELERY?
It is lhe best on the mm
 1(Ji!ea !or;  .$1.00
ee pounds for	
Cream1 ��� ,
Good F��our, per  w * ��� ��� ��� ' $1.65
Adams & Deans
phone 97 GROCERS       Prompt delivery
License Notices
N"li' ' tere j given thai I u
tend '" ' ��� al the next sitting of
the '*;" ������ Board for the City of
New -Vl -niln ter : n a renewal of
1Icen e to sell liquors by retail on the
|U'"'"'" i. as the Windsor 11-
sltuated ,- , .,    | a    and    Begbie
���"'"'''" i  i i ity of New West-,
mins-.
FOREST WEALTH
TO BE SAFEGUARDED
p
.N'ew   We:
0, BILODEAU.
N'ov. 3, 1908.
? Now is the time to look after your
EYES
NO! ICE ,y gh-en that I   ln-
-���'ni1 !" f.v ai the next sitting of
| the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
. premises known as the Russell Hotel,
; situated on Carnarvon and Begbie
j streets In the said city of New West-
! minster.
!���'.  C.  CAMERON.
New Westminster, Nov. ;_, 1908.
Also, it's his duty
well economica.;".
to dress
Logically, it s  his  duty to
near
Progress Brand"
Clothing
zs
Dominion Government is Doing Good Work in Solving
Problem of Forest Fires.
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO.,  New Westminster
I Call in
Eyes Tested Free
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
*
4.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I in
tend  't, applj   at   the next  sitting of I .^.^���J..^..|w^..|.
the   Licensing  Board   of  the  Citj*4 of
N'ew Westminsti     for a renewal    of
license to sell |lq ior.. on the premises
i  known aa the Di pot Hotel situated on
corner of Co! imbi ��� and Eighth Btreel
in the said Citj of New  Westminster.
,i. WISE.
^^0*>O0*0040*0*0*K)*0*C  C^C)^0-*0*>C)*>0*OO*-0^o*0*��O*O*O  New Westminster, Nov. 3, 1908
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Easter-brook   Milling'   Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial 57.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.      $6.50   "      "
Terminal 55.50   "      "
NOTICE Is a rebj given that 1 intend to applj ... t.ie next sluing of the!
la." rising Boai | ol the City of New
Westminster for a renewal of license
t.i sell liquors by retail on the premises known as the Cosmopolitan Jtiotel,,
situate on Columbia street, opposite
C. P. R. depot, In the .-aid City of New
Westminster.
J. B. D. MCDONALD.
New  Westminste:-.  Nov. '���',, 1908.
a-.^..^..^Mti.^..T..]..^.a ...T,  .
McQUARRIE
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 intend to apply at the next sitting of the.
Licensing B a d for the City of New
mlnsti. t.:. renewal of 11 ase
to sell liquors .. .��� .:���! on the prem-
|s< - known as the Colonial Hotel. situ-|
at the cornei ��� VCcKenzie and Cl irk*,
I,.  ������       ild Citj of N'ew1
For Real Comfort
TRY ONE OF OUR
Knitted
Fancy
Vests
$3.50 to
$6.00
ui  Sti
- dnsti
iw Westminsti
M. F. 1N.4LEY.
Nov. "., 1008.
LOUR AND FFFD MERCHANTS
NT STRt:   ~, Ne.v Westminster. Telephone 333.
Sm
J
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
! Lamb
er
Manufacturer* and Deaier* m All Kind* ot
Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 urned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
M City Branch, Columbia St.
Teleph
ime 12.
Npw Westminster
NOTICE      b Iven that I in
tend  to applj   a    thi   next   sitting of
���;.,.  I.;.-.:. I of  Lhe City    of
New Westm -al  ��f
licens tail tin the
premises l t ow . e Fraser Hon I
situati . on ' ��� ���     ��� ol B< gbie and
i-'Btm; | City   Of N   .v
Wes' mlnstei.
A_LFRED SWANSON.
Ni w W< stmlnsti      Nov,   I, I ��������� 3,
    ��
NajTICE i.* herebj  glv a that I In- j.
tend  to apply al  ths n* xt  sitting ofl '
��� ...   i.i,,:. lng   !'���' ard  for the City of.
New   Westminster  for a  renewal  "tj
license to Bell liquors by retail cu the
premises known  a.   the  Royal    City
Hotel,  Bituated    corner    of  Customs
House Square and Columbia street, in
the said Cit.. of New Westminster.
B. FALCH.
New  Westminster,  Nov. S, 1908.
Plain and
Fancy Patterns
Vancouver, Nov, 12, Th ., he Dominion government is exer'ing everj
effort in the difficult, problem of conserving the forest wealth of British
Columbia was the statement made last
evening by E. P. Bretnner, president
of the British Columbia timber and
forestry chamber of commerce, at
the annual meeting of this assocuuiun
in O'Brien hall.
Mr. Bremner add*-d that the Dominion government's efforts to preserve
the timber from the devastations of
fire "were worthy of every commendation.'
Regarding the changes ln the uusn
flres act he announced that he had
eve... confidence thai al the m-xt session of the legislative assemblj sueh
amendments would be introduced and
passed as would meet the requirements of th.- situation.
The meeting Beemed remarkablj
enthusiastic, a tone of sincere optimism showing itself throuhg everj
h, the impression being easily
gathered, that, in the opinion of the
��� rs, the timi er tndustrj of the
province is on the eve of a new era
of prosperity.
It was deci led to appoin a ooni-
mittee to represent the three affiliated
associations, namely, the B. C. Forestry association, trie Loggers' association and the Lumber and Shingle
Manufacturers' association, and co
draft an outline of suggested amendments to the bush fire*, act. for submission to the government.
a\LSO
Sweater
Jackets
$2.25 to
$8,50
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209- 211  Columbia  Street
Two by Acclamation.
Charlottetown, P E. I.. Nov. 12.���
Yesterday was nomination day for the
provincial election.-. The Liberals
captured Charlottetown without opposition, Hor. George E. Hughe.- and
Dr, War. urton, th.- present membe s,
being elected by acclamation. In all
of the other fourteen districts there
ar,* All tickets on both  sid -
T Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
v
*j* iritiih Sflumir? ?*�����* -������'���*
T {iervic
TIME  I ABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SC .TTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leave; Yaucouver
10:00 p.m.  dailj  except   Situ.lay.        J
'     VANCOUVERVCTORiA  ROuTK.
PrinCflS*. Victoria leaves  Vancouver
daily except  Siiu.V'V  at   10  p.m.
Steamer Charmer at l y.m. dairy.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m.  Mil].  SJ_-"
ept Tuesday.
H-l-H-H-i-l-l- ���!������! -H -I--I--I--I 1 -I���I���I--I--I-1 *********** ���.-���.������I-I 'M-i-fr
e Road to Wealth
IS THE MUST TH0USAN3 THAT  COUNTS���SAVE THAT  AND
W��E ON  THE   WAY.
nothing like financial Independence or like having
��� y laid by.   Then If you wanl money you've got It.
to ,-ti t>, your friends it, borrow and take the risk ol
v.'u would then he compelled to go without what you
���   money iu The Royal Bank ot Canada you can go
1 li without ;iny delay    There might come a time wh.n
' t money
���
'I",
thing  mean   al   "   being  Bavlnt
-
'���" ���'��� ..a i
'
"...lv
for your famllj or for yourself t try much, and
to have it   wh .,,     ,..|  can  get It.
i'Iiii... ,1.    ...     ta_.l_.__.     ooi.lnrr      pltj      aCI'Ullltl 111 I i"
I
Notice Is hereb;  glren that   we in*
1 tend to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board (or the City of Nev
Westminster for a renewal of license
to s, ii liquors I > retail on the prem-
: [8ea known aa the   Holbrook    Ho
; situated on Froi I  -reet.
JOHN McNIVEN I   D. McDONALO
New   WeStl   " N"'     '���   ���'���'"v
NOTICE I   ���' -lven tna"    '   :i
.,,,,, nexl  silting ol
,1,,.   I.- . n ���      !"'���   '  tor  ;!>" Clt5 "''
N,.u. \\,   mlnsti     toi   i renewal   ol
ms liquora bj  re |
,  ,,(J , cs known   as    the
Itua -.1 tm Colum la
westerlj   store  In  thej
... the   aid City of Nev,
minster
ALEX. MATHESON.
New Westmlnsi       Nov   I.  1908
NU
.i.i
le
HAVE YOU
e contrary it i- ov,   . man's dutj to make blmself flaan
���> EVER noticed bow changed a man becotw
irAPTBI]   !li"**^'--
1 A savings account today, and you will certalnlj
H0Mf Hating the habit becomes
liter
-'ii
""VINOS BANKS, Inlarge.   medium   and  smal
.if.-
furn
lum.
, ROYAL BANK V CANADA
NG By   MAIL   A   SPECIALTY.    DO IT NOW-DON'T DELAY.
W  V" '     IMINSTKR Bj
HUNCH
F.  B.  LYLE,
^terogt Added Four Times a Year.
iVJsr.
PICE is here j given that thlrtj (
Hfter date we Intend to applj to
iey, . uperlntendent Provln-
,ial police, Victoria, B. ('., for a renewal of Ih liquor llceA, e held bj ns
for ,[,,. st; Alice Hotel, situate "'
Harrison Hot Springs.
T1���. llarriMHl  Hot  Springs Co.. Ltd.
Qeorge HartnesB, Manager.
Dated Nov. I. L908.
j. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate*"?.
Family tradn a ipeclalty.
Tel. 113. Offici   Eight etrtJet
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.   ������  C.
Synopsis uf  Canadian   Homestead
Regulations.
Auj available Dominions lanJs with
in tiie railway belt in British Colum
bla, may be homesteaded by auj person
��ho ia the sole head ot a famllj. oi
nny male over IS years of age, to the
extent of  one-quarter  section  of   It"
..  ���    more or ies*.
Entry must be uir.de personally ai
.a.' local laud office tor tha distrii
which  the land  is  situate.    Kntrj   '
()roxy may, however, be made on cer
tain conditions by the father, mother,
sun, ilaiignter, brother or sister of au
Inten ling homesteader.
The homesteader is required to
torm the conditions connected th i
with    under    one    of the    following
plans:
in   At least s'.x months' residence
upon and cultivation of ths  land    in
leach  year for three  years.
(2)    If tae father (or mother, It the j
father Is deceased),    of   the    home
steader resides upon  a farm in    the
i vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
i satisfied by such person residing wita
I the father or mother.
j    (3)    If the settler has his perman-
jent residence upon farming land own-
J ed by him in the vicinity of his home-
| stead, the requirements   as   ,to residence may be satisfied by    residence
' upon the said Iand.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dom
Inion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mIn<h��R rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one yearn
at an annual rentaJ of ��t  per acre.
VANCOUVER-SEATTLE  ROUTE
Bteamer Princess   ltoyal   leaves    ;*
' a. ra. daily except Tuesday for Seat-
' tie.
On Sundays leaves Vancouver 9 a.m.
Not   more   than 2560 acres shall    be
leased to one individual or company, t t'��r Seattle via Victoria
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on    the    merchantable eoal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of <*l_e Interior
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday and
Friday, when business offers.
Leaves New  Westminster on  W'ed-
iii s.lay  an.l   Saturday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE
SS   Tees
Loaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, "th, 14th
|and limb of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and waj  ports; 7th
ol each month for Quatsino and way
;.. r's, 20th of each month for AhCUSet,
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER
(Three   Years   W':th  .1.   A    |   e i
:. i.-i  Jus;   .���;���' ned     ami     _. ,.n .        imii'
patronage     Mission  furniture   t   specialty; office and store furniture; all I Quatsino, Cape Bcott and way ports
kinds of furniture repairs. vancouveh-nanaimo route.
F   ii Class Workmanship, 8* 8-Joan
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Work hop: -ii Alexandei 3i
Opposite Train Offlc -
P.  O.   Box  304. House  Phone  B 29.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Imperial Limited leav*e3 dally .-it
S: 20 a.m
Atlantic Express leaves daily at
8:20 p.m.
Whether you travel for pleasure or
business ulwaj*a buy  your tickets via
the C  P. R. as you are   certain    of
speed, safety and comfort.
rickets Issued {o and from all points.
leaves  Vancouver   1:80   p*m. dally,
excepi  Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo at
,' a. tn.
1 VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.8, Clty of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 ��_,.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
j arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
S.S. Queen city leaves Vancouver
7  |i m.   Sunday;   arrives   Nanaimo   11
p, m.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA.  LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City,
rrom Victoria X p.m. every Wednesday, from Vanoouver 10 a.m   following day for above aud Intermediate
points.    Returning to Vancouver Sunday     afternoon;      Victoria     Monday
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Oenl. Pass.   Vgt.   v��nrouvor.
moru'.ng, via Ladysmith,
For   reservations   umd   information
all or address
RD. OO-TLBT.
\��iiin    t'mv  W��drmir.<i��t.
C. B. FOSTER,
t-Kt  Men   Pun _   Agent   Vnnooiiv*.-.
J. W   TROUP.
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THE  DAILV  NEWS
FRIDAY    N0V
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'   ���-*, 1908.
FRIDAY. Nov. 13
KLIMT  &   GAZZOLO'S
Hit,
THE
a ui
An An,, rici nre and ��
some.
An entirely new and 'original theme
daring in conception.
A strong human  story, full of fascinating   pit tures  of   Western life.
A  triumph in Startling Sensational
Sei nie Situations !
Admission 25c. 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Westminster Opera liouse
One   Night   Only
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.  18
JOE  WEBER'S
Big  Musical  Comedy
Hip Hip Hooray!
(A College Yell in Two Shouts.)
Direct  from Weber's Broadway Music
Hall, New York.
RICE AND CADY
The Double Headliners, and a Whooping   Big   Chorus.
TWENTY BIG SONG HITS.
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
. We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson &?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
FIRE DAMP EXPLOSION
ENTOMBS 300 MINERS
���Salvage Corps Armed With
Oxygen-Supplying Apparatus Off to the Rescue.
Phone 379.
P. O.  Box 249.
Price* 50c, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50.
HOTEL RUSSELL
Xew Westminster, B. C.
FOR
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf tht best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Reduced Monthly
Winter  Rates
Ha,m.;.  Wesl  ti ilia, Germany, Ni ���
12.    Tb, . - wi    an explosion of tn
damp in the Radbod  mine in  ll..
this morning  ,. ��� It b probably will
sul'   in very  h< avj   loss    of lire.
n ,; ly  thirty-five    bodies    have
1,muffin   to tin   surface  and   300  i ���
are si ill underground.
Four hundred men were working
the pit  at  tlie time of    the   disasi
and of these about seventy have been
brought tn th,   surface.    Eighteen of
t bese ai ��� ?< verely Injured and one
since died. One hundred and flfty n    ���
are In shaft 2.
Rescuers arrived promptly from
diri ctions and the work of getting b< -
low   was al   once    organized.    Th,  ���
efforts,    bowever,    were    necessa
slow and att, uded with extreme d "
culty.    Om- i f the    shafts,    togi
with its elevator cage, was completelj
irned out.   An Improvised cage went
down wiiii it scuers who made hi
efforts to reai li their comrades,
At one o'clock this    afternoon    thi
flre had made such headway thai
r, scuers had to be   called    back
give way to the fire-fighters, and   tlie
flames are si ill spreading.
The vicinity of   the mine   is   surrounded by the police and the p,
are uot permitted to approach.
Heart-rending scenes .are witnes i 1
among the crowds of relatives    who
have gathered outside tlie police i
' don.
No hope is expressed  for the    :""
men still below ground.    The violence
! of the explosion caused  the walls of
< the galleries to fall in.
A salvage corps armed with apparatus to supply each man with oxygen
As now endeavoring to penetrate the
'mine. These are the same men who
j went i,ver to Courrierea, France. In
j .March. 1906, and rendered such va.'.'i-
j able aid In the frightful mine disaster
USUAL PRICES
The following  list  ,,i  go -     i ontains  prlci - and   lesi lines whicl      .   .
sent. We endeavor to meet these demands with  rell&l - hand       availing u
opportunity to buy at puces for cash thai enable ns to off��]     i dailj
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
Special   attention  paid  to      Banquets,
BOWLING
Private   Suppers  and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and  Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
Centrally  located.
Owing to the absence of all of
Lathams team lasi evening Sutherland's won by default. As absentees
received .'.~J> each, the score would
have been, allowing the same for the
absentee members of Sutherland's
team 2075 to 1875, a majoritj of Jen
pins.
The  figures for those  who actually
  bowled were as follows:
)        2        :',    Tti.  Ave.
w   jtj O   C j Arnold    121    145    132���398   132
J. lyewsome&aDons >i.u-k        m m us 391 in
Sutherland   ...152    111    140    136    145
Painters and Decorators 	
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
DEFICIT   IN   THE  U. S.
POST   OFFICE   FIGURES
Washington,  Nov.  12.���Postmaster.
9 I General  Qeorge Von  |_.   Meyer today
��� ������;������-.:��������� .���:;.-���:.:���������.,���������;.��� ..������::-���".^^������./���-'���'���^^.���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���-:::*^   [announced  that the postal deficit for
the last fiscal year was $16,910,278.99,
the greatest In lhe history ,,f the
country.    He  suggested   that,  as    ai
Electric Railway Service ���
���
��� lnterurban   Line.
��� '.ars   for   Vancouver   and    war
*} stations will run every half-
��� hour   from   5:50 a. m.     Last
������_
��� car leavea at 11 p, in.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
a    J means of preventing a deficit, a spe
-i?
office on the bour, twenty min- ���
City  Line:    Cars  leave tram ?',,,,
'      ... v   , eial local parcels post be Inaugurated
over rural free delivery rout, a
leclared
utes after and forty minutes af- .
ter, commencing at G:20 a. m
PostmaBter-Qeneral   Mey*
���   jthat the establish nt of I his parcels
Sapperton   Line.   Cars   leavei   P08'   W0Uld   W  ,""   ""'  ,Ieflcl*   ll,,i'
st ten minutes after the hour, ���     n,;""l>
4} Can   leave the  depot    every
�� twenty miautes  tor  both  Sap-
��� perton  and  clty limits over the
! citj  line.
half past an.l fifty ra hint en after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 <j��
a. m.
Uver)   routes Belf-supporting.
. "Phony"  Spelling in  France.
m Paris, Nov.  IL'.   Simplified phonetic
'spelling, upon the liin's ml-.or ited by
tween 8.80 a.m   and II  p.m. (President   Roosevelt, Is to          Intro-
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd *    ducetl "       ' Ilc M
*>     Domum >,   the mini I,    ���     lublic
'���������>������������������������������������ * .��,::���.:.���'������������:���-���  ��� |natruction,
Sunday  Service   linir benrl.v  be- #
ww vjj&jimm&imvtmmmm.Bmi'ZVifi asm
~i ling] I You Can Stand
UP!
H. Morey & Go's
loclt  ..- piling up !    It's goln ���
���      Ihi    BIGGEST AND BEST
Ever In   Calenders,   Cards,   Pos-
ial    'i ,,\ b, imils, fancy floods.
pt, ,   'i . and don'' forgel it ;
Mo rev's
.
proper!.,   lhal has value to back it up like
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS
now in iic offered by us. in blocks from on,, acre up\.
ITS SITUATION
Is "ti the easterly end of Lulu  island,   ne
and   within   the  city  limits;   all   facilities.
mill, box factory, ship yards, cannery,gene
SOIL   AND   SITUATION   UN
Call for Maps.
I 217-219 Columbia Stree
L
m^mmm/mm, _:5S5__s__z__a��:
j'M
Telephones   88
iiro��ai*��ffE*K>m'*i.r.^ amsmmrj
Long
GLOVES
at Short Prices
$1.95 per pair
For regular $2. 75 and $3.00 values
Sixteen button Buede gloves, Reynler's make; an unusuallj   a i
tock of this style makes ihis sacrifice necessary,    You  profit  bj
buying a pair of those gloves whll,  you have the chance. All siz* -:
grej and black only; special price    $1.95
An Attractive Line of
TINSEL BELTS
25c Each
I   ..    lozen
tlnse]
liai
inch.
Regu
price   ���
EXTRA WIDE
NECK RUCH1NG
An
i in hing   In   a :  ���.  I
Thi gn il diffh tlty l
lain this popu :
tgh     s,     1 II
ty,   pink,   . .
tone, I,lack and  wl
the yard or by thi
Dainty
White Muslin
WAISTS
It used to be thai these muslin waists wer. gold only during
the summer season. Probably the reason why this is changed
and they have become so popular all the year aroltnd is because the styles have been so Improved. Al any rate white
waists at'- in great demand. The new styles being shown are
remarkably attractive; they are generously trimmed with em-
broldereo fronts   ;,.<���,. yokes, tucks and plaits. Bach $2 to $6.75
Children's Wool
Combinations
Sizes 2 to in y< ars; flne I lb-
bed all wool combinations, sofi
finish, non-irritating to the ten-
��� 1< r<- i skin For children's wear
tin s ��� combinations are particularly adapted. They ai i a gr< ai
deal h ss trouble than two-piece
undergarments and they are
more comfortable. Prices according to size, each  ..$1.00 to $1.50
Children's Plush
Sleeping Suits
Madi of heav) plush fleece
line,! mat, rial of exci ptlonal
warmth; suits havi' roll collar,
button front, pockei and feel i i
sum., material; sizes for chll-
,|i. n from two to seven years of
age    Bach   60c and 65c
Plush Slip Waists made of
the same warm matei Ial as the
Bl, aping nits; a gri ai proti c
tlon and cold preventer for the
children,   Bach  -^c
STYLE and COMFORT assured
in the wearing of a new
Jersey or Golf
COAT
The attractive appearance of
the new styles together with
the Quality ia making these
garments the hit of the season.
Hundreds of ladies, misses and
children have provided them-
Belves wiiii a comfort giving
garment and are unanimous regarding tin satisfaction they
give. Vou can have them in
Norfolk coat si> 1,��� with pockets
and bell with vest or high collar effect.
LIGHT FITTING BEST
STYLE OR BLOUSE
STYLE
In all colors and Blzen, and
then are no gai ments i>, eco
nomically priced. Ask lo see
them In the ready to wear d"-
partment,
UMBRELLAS
New Handles to select
from
The same old reliable coveilngs, such as umbrella sateen,
i, I,, Taffeta finish, bul with dozens of novel and attractive
handli \ new range has been received which includes our com
pleti Chrl imas showing Many gold and silver mounts are Bhown,
a greai number of which have spa,-., sul table for name engraving.
Seleci  from these early and he ready. /
Men's Umbrellas, self opening   variety,  equipped   with  Btrong,
quick action spring,   Each ���   ..$1.25 to $3.75
Men'�� Plain, open yourself style    with    strong,   durable   tops.
En,,},      $1.00 to $8.75
Ladies'   Umbrellas,   in   gold   and   silver,   metal,   pearl,   hen,, and
i-uatlc handles,    Much 85c to $15.00
Children's  School   Umbrellas, a   new   lot   with   fancy   bone  and
wood haii lb
Kaeii
75c
NEW DESIGNS !N
STAMPED
CUSHION TOPS
���I 'ti. a ne* ,!���
honii like    patti in-
cushion top . floral
..... n     designs   a
pl Ici 6   than     U8U8 35;
tO          "I*
Ready to Use Cushion
COVERS
All    ready    for   tin
form made of bui h
linen,   duck,   sat, en,   cn
colored   musllu,  wnlte  in
all   nicely   mad,,   uiili
worked    design.-*;     all    colon
Each  50c to I1.5C
Lithographed and Tapestry TOPS, 25c each
Fifteen dozen of   thi ���
v lei able and economfi  I    - '��� *
tops bought by ua o   ���
i,,w   price enabling im    ��� ""
tin   greatest   cushion lo
possible at  this  prlci
in thin    lol  are   ��� vera
tops   from   our     i
which have be i,
soiled.      All   oil'    prll '
each 	
CUSHION GIRDLES
AND FRILL!
Cushion  Cords In  n, ��'
lng,   and finish, Kadi   25c.   ���
to    	
Fancy Scrim Frills,  1
),,ni?  with draw   I
plain   color  with   COl    i
i��� dlflereni mi	
fi Inches    Each ....76c to *
Striped     Ribbon    Frill*.
similar In
ards Ion)
rim frills,   bul   nm
scrim
sai in ribbon,
w id.     Eai h
It   nl
i   and   ������ "" "
..$1.35 io$2.0J
mam	
.'.:..     ..   eUt^^rfaVa ���"'���-'

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