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 'hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
IfW WESTMINSTER, B. C
IMBER 278
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, Shiles & Co
RCAk ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B.  C,   SATtRIlAY    MORNING,    NOV.
1907.
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H
IMOKFR Al ARMOURIES WARDEN SWORN IN
WAS GREAHUCCESS YESTERDAY AETERNOON
|jg Crowd Witnesses Bas- J. C, Brown Assumes Duties
ketball Game,   Wrestling     at Penitentiary this Morn-:
Match. Etc.
ing���Inspector Pleased.
A ,,,���,,.  i.f   hundred    young  men
I,.,   entertained    at the Armouries
.  . ning, when  the officers of A
H ,....;.: anies  gave  their  "Smok-
w\   >, proved to be an unquall-
Tbe events were all in-
��� Bv
-,,..,;.. and everything was eon-
U(.(,.,i |i pleasing fashion. The pro
ram Included a basketball match, a
;i��� ��� rl ti, v, restllng bout anil
tany othei features, all of which
meK ro ii    ���  applauded.
In the presence of th_e entire B. C
]eenftentiary itaff, J. C. Brown was
yesterday afternoon formally sworn
in as warden of that institution, the
ceremony of administering the oath
of office being carried out by Acting
Warden inspector Dawson, who has
lei-en in charge of the j.en. since Sep'.
2, and who will leave New Westmin
e sUr oil his return journey to the east
on Der. 9.   On his way to Ottawa, Mi' '
ASIATICS ARE EMPLOYED,
WHITES WALK STREETS
Exclusion League Brings Out Telling
Facts in Connection with Their Attempt to Keep Canada a White
Man's Country���Agitate, Educate
and Legislate.
"V TENTS PER WEEK.
CATHOLIC SOCIETY       SCOTCH CONlfiu WAS
WILE ORGANIZE SUNDAY WELL UP TO STANDARD
Knights of Columbus Start Attractions Provided by S.
Off Strong in This City���!    0. S. for St. Andrew's Day
Parade Tomorrow.
The  second public meeting of tv.\ to t__��� Hindu quarters in the west end
New   Westminster   Asiatic   Exclusio ij of the city.    In answer to a question
\lberta pen,-   k'-K'ie held last evening clearly pro,' I from  the  floor of  the  hout-.  he  <5
^^^^^i Haw son  will visit    th.  	
Frank Mi-1 tenUary   ai Edmonton,  and  Will  aUo   ed {hd{ li'�� interest in the exclusion   wared that the city by-laws were net
.-, ,. |      .   rendered    several se-, ^.0,u] u f(,w ,la>s atStoneyMountain.! Bul>Ject ii far from diminishing, lie
. ���  Arthur Smith presided j Manitoba. attendance and the interest display-*!
Mr.  Brown assumes charge of the  1U ihe subjects deoated clearly pro -
A local bTanch of the Knights of
Columbus Is to be formally organized
in this city on Sunday, wh' n about
three, hundred members of the order
will arrive here in order to attend the
inauguration ceremonies. Representatives will be in attendance from Victoria, Vancouver, Dellingha��, Seattle,
Everett, Tacoma, aa well as from a
number of easurn cities.   About one
Were Meritorious.
A very excellent concert was given
last evening in the Knights of Pythias
hall under the auspices of the Lord of
the Istes camp, Sons of Sc^ti'Sid, in
celebration ot St. Andrew's Day. Attracted thither by the wide reputation
of the camp to get up a good concefT,
an overflow attendeance listened to the
various numbers with keen eriToy"5Tent
and did ample justice to the refreshments inter in the evening.   Fully 250
num ��� r of times.
ii and IntermedleiU.  ahortly take up his residence In tie '���'���'���lauJ soul with the ffiowmeat Mr
and victory wi.it tei thu, uarden's quarters,    nis appointment !'" exclusion of the yellow men fr a,
: eall   match
'.min,
by a score of 20 goals
e.e:    ���;        i,-,, t -  wen���:   In'  rmedi
in. Sangster;
i a .   ..   Sangste   .  forwards, A. Gll-
.   on.    Senior, Goal, >'���
i   Spi ing; centre, I". Lun I.
A. Robertson and  D.  Mri-
���   . ime   Aa- fast anei fori-
���  ���.'-.   watchi el.
J restllng n atch  #as between
udj   M    ���       .   ind   Pte. Archibald,
ilted In two s tral ghl TTiTTs To?
Archibald had dSTaone
���  tling tor : wo years, and was
���      ���     a   ; eeeer  condition.
��� :'.',- program wer^
o  Col Sei gt. Lusby; and a
i ���    foui   times    around    the
���   . - e n a ' lolumbian    college
I a militia team, which was
i dlegi   team    by half i
rii.    Tin- colleg.   team was made
( Dan Mi Curdy, Elmer Meredith,
e,i and  P.. W. White', an 1
team B, Qilley, i:   Sang -
Kee'crtsr.ii - i.e! <:iff Spi
. of iii- mllltla team had
bed playing in the basketball
Iind were therefore pretty well
In ��� :    efore starting.      liael    they
stringent enough to cope with 'he Situation.
Aid. Shiles, Marshall Sinclair, Peter
members of the camp, their wives,
hundred and fifty members will arrive children, and friends, attended. Aft-
from Vancouver ln special cars early   er the conclusion Of the concert an I
wis played   penitentiary this morning, and    wlU i]:'?  lhat 0I)<? ��">J    ��H present  w|'{l ^Me* .inef other public
men  also
in the morning, reaching here in time
to assemble in the Oddfellows' hi, 11 at
half-past nine o'clock.
The ceremonies In connection with
quarters nis api>oi
tn the wa_rdenship is favorably regard-
i e| by a large majority of the people
of tin's city,anel ihai he will discharge
his duUes in a conscientious and ca-
pabli manner is em assured fact
Speaking of the- new warden yei r-
day evening. Inspector Dawson s:at 1
thai be was of the opinion that a better nian ihan Mr, Brown could n t
have been found for the position.
While he bad only known the ne'��
postulant for a shon time, he had
��� i greatly Impressed with his remarkable aptitude, general a ility aral
sound common  sense.
addressed the meeting, every one nt the organisation of the new lodge will
TREATY WITH FRANCE
BffORE PARLIAMENT
Negotiations will Not Conflict with. Preferential
Tariffs with England.
I irti     fresh tbey probably would have I     Ottawa,  Nov.  20.���The Franco-Am
;      dlege boy* a close race.    ' erlcan .rade ^^ wj(h FleldIng ���.���..,
'  ri   eei,i by  R   Lester Palmer, _   ,
,   , . . , Bro eur  negotl ite i    in   Par a  a   t- w
u Smith s aocompan!ment,was
Ij  appreciated part ol tne  months ago, wees presented to parlm-
IMr,   Palmer  wa-   encored   ment yesterday.   The treaty coinprri
! es three schedules,
i-ouag men figured in a potato      CA) Giving    the    minimum
:e, which oonsisted In picking ail"- ,.    ,, .      ,, ,
rates applicable to ( anadtan goods en
pe 01   more  potatoes  from the'  Moor  I
fecli       i    airi carrying them Indl- tertn* Franc*'
to a basket    The race was (B) sinewing ihe' Intermediate tariB
foi        Pte, ...enick.    The oiher coin- rate payable In Canada.on French lm-
etli .- were w. Sloan. H. Porter, u ,,orts.
*          :,i ;"'" VV' 1!,,rr' (C)  Special tariff given to specified
\   ��� ���   ;��� match between two blind
contestants    furnished    much French products.
I     ement for the spectators,   Tii / The new rates proposed to lie given
1         i    Wiggins   'iinl  Pte,   Moinri. to Franc* will extend also io all-coni:-
���   Keiiy  refereed    the bout,| trjOT l0 Whicii it wil
i        (vent ilin-
tin; province of British Columbia.
The routine work transacted iucij
Jed the reading of tbe minutes"of ' fe
previous  meeting,    ihe  leading oi a
communication   trom  the   city   clerk
with respect to ilu- enforcement of t
health   by-laws,   ani   tlie elecUon  tt
members  to two coiumeite s, on.   ol
which is in look after the organizrii
work oi the league, an i which is composed of Pi ler Peebles, Aid. A. Q.i ���
uit and li. Stead.   Tbe other <?oh_,i"  ���
te-f was apopinted tor ibe purpose ofj
bringing the question of exclusion ri
fore tbi;   public   me" ting    to  be   h  le
ri .ious 'ee the civic elections,, when]
,].:��� rmanic candidates are to be as.
..I ���.,! place Uiemselves (.>n record _���
ijting opposed io Japanese toleraOanl
... this province.
This  committee   will  be  compo c:
: ,,'.  VV.  Dodd,   V. Johndro    aud A.  i .
Cook.    .1. .1   Randolph and S. Crai<?,
who   '.vere   hoth   proi" se d  as  *and;.'-(
. te      X' tlreil,  giving ai   their  n . sc i]
:..'   tact  that tliey  were not voter>.
A paid organizer ofThe leagm ls to
oc ,;.hvJ lu tho iieid al an earl) date.
The constitution of thi league was I
oj ted without discussion. The nriin
i��_nturta of this have already -oe���
pul ; snea.
'in,'  principal  Bpeakei  or the e ���
nmg   wns   Cordon   M.   (riant, of  Ya;.-
couver,   wno  occupied    the  platforni
j tor over an  hour,    am!    deliven .  ;.
' mos'  interesting speech on tne su.
ariil  l��ct ��'   Asiatic exclusion.    He dev.if-
til  tliat  ('.lis  was the   first  attempt ot j
tbem declaring  that   the   leaegue  bal
their entire sympathy and support
Towards the close of the meetine.;
Mr. Phlpps, severely scored the cltv
council for permitting Industries
-.erieieh obtained rebates from the city
to employ Asiatic In! or. Up alio r.'-
frrred to star chamber committee
meetings, and mad/> seime grave ai-
legaMons against certain memb.'rs 'ef
the council, without, however, naming an.v one. Aid. Shih'S replied to
Mr, PMpps, declaring that committee
meetings of the council were not
��� I    ed.   and   that   reporters  were  ai-
commence with a parade to St. p, -
ter'e cathedral, in which every one of
the serving of refreshmeTTS',"The outer hall was cleared and the j-otmg
pe_-op!e .and some not o.uite so young,
enjoyed a dance with real Highland
relish- The party broke up sBorily
after  midnight.
One  of the  main    features of the
the visitors will take part.    His Lord-  evening was the presentation to Rev.
ship Bishop Dontenwill fs to address
ibe   visitors.
The fnitatlon ceremonies will tak'-1
place in St. Patrick's hall during ihe
afternoon, when the f"llowing eifficers
of the order will administer therit?s:
J, ii. Cane, Grand Knight, of Bellini-j
ham; .1. G. Byrne, G. K., Vancouver;]
F. .]. Sebl. Victoria: T. .1. Gorman, G.
K., Seattle; and several others. Aboul
A. E. Vert of a silver medal, in recognition of his untiring efforts for tbe
sood of the order. The addnss to Mr.
Vert was read by W. G, McQuarrie,
nn."; the presentation was made by
Chiel Barclay, of Camp 191. On the
back of the medal is inscribed: "Prs-
sented by I-onl of the Isles camp, 191,
S. O. S., Xew Westminster, B. C, to
Rev- Bro. A. E. Vert, first district dep-
Icvved   to  attend   a!)   meetings.       Mr  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Shiles was corrected on tbis p*ttt dv   are completed, lunch will be serv d ir
one of the press representatives, whs  t'ie ^a"-
pointed   out   that  many closeel  doors
meetings had  been    he-Id 'eiurlng the
year,      Chairman    Thomas Tuinbull
ruled the discussion out of order, an '
thi     i etlng adjourned,
forty members will be initiated dur-1 uty grand chief for British Columbia,
ing the afternoon. After the ceremon- 1907.'' The medal is of silver and in-
ies, which will be of a secret nature,; laid with Scotch pebbles.   In reply to
FOUGHT FURIOUS FIHE
WITH FLAKEY SNOWBALL
There are indications that a thirl
1. ight ind , ess :im , lK>at will be
running on the Fraser hetwen this
city and Chiiliwack at an early d,it��.
A local syndicate of business meir
have heen investigating the Fraser
river trri.V, and have arrived at the
conclusion 'hal thi re is enough business for three boats. The two bo^:-;
mm- operated, tbe Heaver, by the C.
P. R.. and the Ramona, by a firm of
Royal City nun. have during the la7:1
few montbs ieen taxed to their limit
Ui keep even with the freight offering,
and  the promoters of the new v n'-:
I istotr, We th,  Noi-, 'ri'.��� As the re
suit of .a fire which destroyed six sa-
i loons and damaged several house's in
Mr. McQuarrie and in acknowledging
the gift. Mr  Vert outlined the work if
the organisation in this province,
pillowing was the program:   Intro-
ductory remarks by chairman. W. Q.
e McQuarrie; song, James Aitcheson;
| song, A. Innis;  song, ..liss Muirhead;
Bong, J. W. Creighton; reading, J. G.
I Forrester; violin selection, Mr. Camp
��� hell; song. Mrs. A. W. Gray; iiishlanl
dancing,   the  Masters  Adams;     song.
.Mayor Kearj ; recitation, Dr. Hoggftn;
] -King,   Mr.   Ross;     song,   Miss   Laird;
thc  restricted  district  yesterday,  tne  mouth-organ selection, Scotch medley.
of the B. C. Electric is completed.
tne yellow    races    te' dominate  m<�� nrt-' are confident they would find am
world,   and   In  a    lucid     manne      be] pl��  business until the  Chiiliwack 11"
pointod   oui  the'   results   that   wouli"
curse Canada if it were noi checkej
immediately.
The Vanc'jucvr league' now numl creel o.ur :aiei members, while Vlcto.U
also  has  had   a  strong     non-DOlltlt'U'
. ue which was doing good work m
i reform element ls sjiouling its thanked
i as a victory for prohibition. The total loss is estimated at $2..,000, and
had ii not been for a timely snowstorm the entire town would undoubl
edly   have been  burned.
The lire started from a defective
Hue eiiul spr. .Id rapidly owing tb th<?
scarcity of water, untiMke snow commenced to fall in large tlakeo, wh'ch
Master Francis Vert; recitation. Mr.
Emery; song. W. Morris: violin selection. Mr, Parnell; song, David
Boyle Thf accompanists were Miss
Vass ami  Miss Laidlaw.
.. ufT  -'���"
Sousa    Indisposed.
Chicago. .Nov. 29.���John Philip So i-
sa. the noted bandmaster ami c mpo-
ser, is serioutely ill at the Auditorium
! the  citizens    quickly   gathered >  In'n- here from the effects of ptomaine poi-
| balls,  with    which    the>y   fought   the1 soiling  contracted   in
ilames for more than an hour. elays ago.
rounds ami resultel
,
-ward drill, conducted by In-
\        i   rm uish.  eompleted  the sv ���-
'  ' ������ tnlnmi nt
i..
CHURCH     SERVICES.
Ohvet  Baptist  Church.
'   nf sermons    for    Bundav,
e>.   ing      "The  Needed  \'j-
' lice  ,  ' Ini,ml,, Outlo k,   I'p-
I I ..e   e    ol    lhe'    li orllri:',
���   e.  iinance of the Lord'.!
will  he-   adralnlsl red.      The
i i o talned a new Indi-
eomnninion service, which will
: for the first time.
Wesl  End  Methodist Church.
1 ''    nt   11   a.  m.   and  7   p.   in.;
1    : at 2:30 p. m.   Epworth
���   ���      Monday    evening al S
Prayi i   meeting Wednesday
'   m.   Nexl Sunday will be tbe
1 missionary  Sunday.    Rev, .la-
f hite, li.  ii, superintendent  or
'        ���     missions, will preach morn
t      mil evening.
Qu��n*�� Avenue  Methodist Church.
:,'v' W. n. Barraclough, li. A., pas-
5r-   Regular services at 11 a. m. an I
I l""    Sunday school and Blbl i cl isa
P. iu-    Pastor's morning su1 ���
'God's  Everlasting  Ijove"j  eye-
"bject, "One in Christ."     Bap-
reception and sacramental ser.
111 the evening.
the    keep-Canada-white    < iujv
appiyareAustra- gveeit nation could not tn' built witl
Hungary, Norway.    Sweden,    Russia, Asiatics, ana unless me Anglo-Saxon
Denmark and poasibly  Spall. nice wa.   prepared    te, do tb    ban
In  nominating the treaty care was ��""; "ia' !,i' '" ^elr task, its any ot
taken to conserve the Interests of Can B��ory wo.n.i soon be on the wane, and
a,la's, growing i rade with  Britain, in- other races would supersed
no Instance will Ihi re be any dlscrlm
GIRLS COMING TO
REPLACE CHINKS
Milwaukee two
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������
��� f
I Asiatics in Public  Schools I
Salvation Army Bringing
Many British Maidens for
Housework in Province.
?t ra ���
first jelnre among tho nations of 'h. , _,
world.
\. the iiresenl  time there were -- Victoria,   Nov. 29.���Brigadier  Ho.v-
500 men seeking work in the city of ..i in charge of the Immigration de-
Vancouver, while more than, this n.iu partmem of the Salvation Army  tor
:<���:   ol   Jaixanese    were  bei...'   .... n Canada,  with  headquarters In Toron-
," ployment In m.lls and other   nd to, and Adjutant Wakefield, In cha g^
tries.    The   Asiatic Gxclu lou lenji'ies of ihe. Immi^atlon  wok    in Lir.tri.i
Were oortalaly going to hurt poi.1 Columbia, lias wait* . ou Capt.  Hon,
ans bei      e these had left tneui   Ivoi it.  c.  Tatlow,  finance  minister,  and
th*. op.n to the missilas ot the league by minister ot agriculture  tor the prov-
theii  actions In the pas'-   The meji- iiice, and discussed the army's plans
Dors ot  tha  Exclusion  leagues we-u for Immigration during ihe approach-
prepared to sacrifice their pany be- lug season.
is on a few lines of French spoclaltlM  |lllt-' ,ll<-'lr country. The army has chartered the Domln-
In wbicb Britain Is noi interested. Tn     uommontlug on  the i" llci-  roiiow- ion  line steamer    Kensington, which
tariff la reduc-  eu ny Joseph Maftln with resueel w will Ball irom Liverpool February ��0,
IB "11 Ig   llil     ' lilie'l   elle| In        Millie'
cases where Cawulo'n intermediate tain1'; have been granted Kianco, Greal
Bi !; In will gel the Bamo advantage,
In two or three' instance's, such as in
wines and medical liquid's, lower du-
tiea have been given PTanoe than
thoso iu foi'o wiih Britain under tho
preference, This will be changed bv
legislation this sess;on. whop
s nne rate v, bl apply t<i Britain,
In  cases wbcri> there I* no  profer
ence given to Britain over Franco, it
M
llghl wines, where the
ed tee fifteen percent. Iwinty per cen*
and the highest twenty-five per cen'.
The general tariff It? fifty per cent.
The' lower duties will apply to Britain
as we'll as France, Medicinal liquids
are treated In the same way, the existing tariff will be altered to give th'"
same flufles to Britain. With the ex-
ceptlon of altrrit a dozen special lines
where special rates are given Frnn
on thai  vessel there will be 260 domestics, .'.'I families, and   160 youn.;
men : ound Cor British Colunuflh t i en-
gage  in  domeBtlC nnd  farm labor.
Situations  will  bave    been secured
leel
p
|lsuia
ee '    .
the attempted monopolization ot Mar.
ri.ia  railways by  the C.  V, it..  Mr
cr.iut stated that t.'B  was a good ex-
ample' ror Premier McBrlde to lolloa'.
lie Bhould  re-enact te Naiai net. or
Its equivalent,    until    he  praotlcalh   for all these iu advance thr ugh the
rorced us acceptance upon Ottawa efforts of the looal army lmmlgratl "i
After commenting at length  upon department.     They will   be met on
the  attitude of the  0.  P.   It. and  th"   their arrival at .Halifax, and furnish-
japanese, tne speaker concluded wiui 0d with tranaportatlon right throush
goods entering Canada, they will gotl lha remark that 11 wnB the policy of ,,, their destinations so that there Is
the  advantage    of the  Intermediate! the league' to agitate   then educate, absolutely no possibility of any eou-
EPworth league    , f the  Weil
'   ''i '  ehureh  will hold  a SO-
'rl'i''    on    Monday  evening' gei rates
I an "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"
'
interesting program of
a��d sonn-; win    ^  ren ,,.,.,.,].
tariff rates now existing,   a apeclnl then   legislate,     a.    nearty voi/j oil gastloh arising through their coming
Hal   where lower rates    are granted thanks was tendered him by Ihe nue:    |��� a!lv uf lh(, centr���S 0f the province
are: French wines, booi.s nnd period!- tna. They wlll come by special trpin.
cal��, olive oil. medicinal preparations^    Sam Craig, one of ihe ��eamw�� pri    The 250 domestics are at present he-
embroideries,  pur.- silk, velvets, Bill* the executive, spoke upon the mode |ng carefully selected in Great Britain
fabrics  and   ribbons.    Tbene  articles, of living  adopted b.v  the   Hindu i   "i   hy a staff of rii Canadian officio's o
ower than the Intermediate tins province.      He  quoted   Instane s   the Salvation Army who will ev
1st.   The minimum duties given W| wwa rom- i..ndus have llv d at a the greatest -are tn this task
France to Canada will apply to about j cost ot tm
...nd'is  hiivfl
a inontt:.
The racial question in one of its most acute
forms is about to become a live issue with the Board
of School Trustees of New Westminster.
Peter Peebles, one of the School Trustees for ��
11)07. and a candidate for election in 1908, informed J
the News yesterday that he intended to introftt-e X
the exclusion topic at a meeting in the near future. J
He is alive to the fact that Chinese and Japane.se 2
children, and Chinese adults, are attending thee
public schools of this city, and that the conditions*
under which they live arc such thai these students X
area menace to the public health. Investigations!
recently started have brought most startling dis- |
closures to light concerning the mode of living of z
these Asiatics, and the facts obtained are sufficient ���
to bar from the public schools a number of the vei- ���
low students now attending daily, on the "ground j
that their utter disregard for all hygenic and sani- X
tary rules is apt to bring about a public danger.        |��
As far as can be learned, there are no Chinese J!
in this'city evading the $500 head tax by attending o
school for one year, although such cases are numer- \\
ous in Victoria and Vancouver. 1 he number of ! I
Asiatics attending school in New Westminster is !���
far in excess of what most people suppose, and is J |
increasing at an alarming rate. J [
In response to a direct question, Mr. Peebles in- JI
formed a News man that he was in favor of open !'
'* ol t MEETINGS OF  THE  NEW WESTMINSTER   BOARD   OP J |
ni3" i SCHOOL Trustees, and that  he  would  look with ..
Two   f   . ...... w
"' "'���   league are cordially1 two hundred million dollars' worth ofi     Aid) Qarrett wtrs called upon rt>
nted ���
attend
exports,
rf these cf
B  umbia and
speech and  detailed his recent  visits   i,e,.e  ptrfec-tJv
-tieiais are frwn Hritish coi  Z favor upon the admission of  reporters  to  School o
j understand   the situiition t Board meetings in future. J t PAGE TWO
l\
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  N-y,   .
30
Do   Your Clothes-
fit you when you
get them, and do
they retain that fit
after several
months of wear ?
Fashion Craft
Clothes do That's
the main thing,
Business Suit
Special value $25.
Made from fine Imported English Worsteds in Winter Weights, double and
single breasted style.
"Fashion-Craft" Style is synonomcus
with the best creations of London and
New York Tailors.
H. L. DEBECK, Exclusive Agent, New Westminster.
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ipOR SALE    PIANO,    PRACTICAL-
*      !.���   now;    ie,'. uer    mot In ���,   east;
RIFLE SHOOTING.
DrTelojJ"  Ihr   Ireien.   I eenf nml  (ttaarl
find  Train*  ill,-  Kje.
it Is neit only tlie muscles of the ei an
wlii.-ii are tested ley properly organised rifle shooting, it si:;,[dies an ex-
cellent exeirclse for the chest and
lungs i ine of the tirst things tie ��� young
rltle shot lias to learn i.s bow te, take a
deep breath, to till tbe longs with air,
and tlie'ii tn hold the breath uhile the
ride is kept absolutely steady and the
finger Is gradually tightening on the
trigger. A glance at any successful
ritle shot will show you a num with a
deep chest and full powers of breath.
lng.
Any form of recreation which trains
the muse les eef the arm ami exercises
tlie chest anel lungs would seem likely
to be beneficial to health, but if that
Is not enough there is the uneqaraled
training which rilie shooting gives to
the eye and to the band working with
tlie eye. The Writer remembers bearing a musketry instructor boast tbat
he Iim! lengthened ne>t only liis own
sight, but the sight of scores of boys
whom be had taught bow to use their
eyes In aiming at a target, by two rn
thre,' hundred yards, simply by con
tinueel practice .-it long distance shooting. It is astonishing whai results can
be obtained in tbis way by placing a
riih' on a sand bag raised on a tripod
Rapid Easy
Grinders
- ,:.  be . un  ���'   b ���
owe.  ������
-unning grindei <
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SI   e'.v    en I   Fee I Cu:
Bizes.    our   pulp,
m e le   wiih   reversl i ��� ���
reversing  rii- h in lie
and  ball  bearings.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited '
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Address  M, C.  M.,  News
70R  SALE���2     STORIED  HOUS_,
on corner lot, Carnarvon str ������'.   Agricultural pursuits may be t ne
pass'on of his life, but clad In these
lam tie" pioneer Furniture and House  Furnishings   De   ���
.,  Dlrectoi   ind Bmbalmer, and I will sell you anythlngln
and making the pupil aim as accurate-    V   and will give you better value' than yi.i ��� tn gel  In
""���     '*   in iii" city,   Tr;  me.
Wall   Papers in  endless  variety.    Oilcloth from 25c op.
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtains
ers,  the  best  made, $2.25  per    set.       Carpets,   all    grade.,   and
prices.    Iren  Beds, white  and tint enamels. $3.50 and up.    Pre-
'��; ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
V   All kin I* of Job work and repairing done on   b i I  -��� :.��� I
&  able prices and satisfaction guaranteed     N'ew   .
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ly as be ��� an nt any distant object The
eye can be trained, of course, equally
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well, though tbe Bight will not necessarily be length ;ned, by aiming at objects cl ise at bund.   I/ondon Spectator
Tyranny of Clotoes.
Place a man in a silk bat an.l frock
coat and transport him t" ei farmyard.
Ten rooms, bath, f irnai e, stone
; datlon.   Prici   $5,500.    Apply ri. P. O
> Box 69 '.
I have' sold the block and am still doing     sini
and In tie'1 Bame old way.
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OUND���OLD BRIXDLE COW.    i ,���'
not called for In two weeks, will
sell to defray expenses. A. Mackvay
Burnaby Lake.
A Word to the Wi
ise
;��� The place  to  buy your  Furniture at cash prices on v
iti              , _\
the easy payment plan without interest              *'
or extra charge
garments be feeds in such surround-l
ings miserable, out of place, essentially urban. ��� lothe blm, com ersely, i.i
flannels or knickers and place lean In
a church, and it is utterly Impossible
for him to assume a fittingly devotional frame of mind. Cnllmited autocracy itself cannot Impose bui b tyrannies "ii tbe snbject Civilization
 ; Is the slave of its clothes, ami tlie'i-e' is
heavy plaingold Rix.il no  prospect  of freedom.  - London that is why there are so many in use in New Westm
QrfiPhic-  Every one buying a range  wants  the best, and as a rate
The Juice 0f the Grap?. they see all the different  kinds and pick out the w
���'   ��� Arabs say that when the first There's where we   shine,  as   The   Monarch is   a   Winneri
There's money in using'a MONARCH RANGE,
inside.      Reward  at  this
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APANESE   LADIES   WANT  GEN-    grapevine was planted the demon Iblls  ki-        ~r- t    fT
eral housework    for   month   e.r   sacrificed a pea k on the spot where Inme   1 imes out or 1 en.
BRYSON & SONS
washing clothes by the day.   Apply to
s. Matsumura, P. 0. Box 296. c I
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Appl
th" plant was set.    As Boon as it  Le
gan to sprout forth he sacrificed an
_  ap,' over It.    When the grnpes  began
. _..__ to appear he slaughtered  n   Hon,  anil
AN I ED-POSITION AS  SALES-   w������r, these wen- ripe be offered uv a
lady,
al this I'llle ������ for ad lress
 .......   ....   ..._,_���._    w[|,,n mas,, wi'i-t- rij'e be offered  up a   1 07 p   I       L-    cf
or as  nurse  for Invalid,   pig; bence it is  thai  be'  who drinks   10' ��-o|umt"a 3t-
Agents for Monarch Ranges
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wine feels at first as proud  as a  peacock   ami    be,-,,mes   subsequently    as
ANTED���A NUMBER OF FIRST   Irksome as an .-.pe'. as bold as a lien
and at length as Rtupkl as a swtoe.
WANTS.
' ��     class I e:eo:e:s.    Apply to Qui
! ley, ie ai   Small &  Bucklin's.
ADVERTISE IN THE. NEWS
TTTANTED-m
��*    room and
post oflice
Max freed Furniture Co.
62 & U Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. C.
| Complete   Mouse   Furnishers �� iWA;N���
jl?    All   orders   promptly   executed;  carefully packed free of charge
Y. ei Mi      LADY,
boai I, convenient  'o
Apply K.. Box 693.
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IMER PIGEONS FOR SALE.    AP
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f. o.  Box
.New West-
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Ai    POSITION  AS  HOTEL
rk, or Bookkeeper; sood ex-
perlence;   best of  references.    Apply
<:.. P. O. Box 69:;.
*Are You Buying Your Talking Machines*
Musical Instruments or Sewing Machines
At TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
IF NOT���Wc are both losing money
O RENT���ONE FURNISHED BE. >-'
room, near  Library.    Apply 287
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Victoria  street.
In Crockery and Glassware
Big Cut Price Sale still on. j���
JAPANESE
school WE
B     BOY      ATTENDING
ants work with goo.I fam
lly  in  return  for  room    and   board,
Apply Box 345, city.
ADAMS & DEANS
The  City Grocery.
P. S.    Look in Window    Any Article for 25c.
WESTMINSTER REALTY EM
tiloyment Agency supplies all
kinds of help free to contractors and
employers. Phone 360; P. O. Box
litis; 266 Columbia street. Call anl
see our list of city lota, houses, acreage and farms.   We can suit you.
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THIS IS
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Edison Dec. List     Victor 10 in.       Columbia 10 in.
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
\ Surveyor
| Ellard Block.   New Weitmlmtn   B.C
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
LADIES!
We have just received a shipment of
very stylish
Dress  Skirts
Some very smart ones for'evening wear also the
'stand bys' for street wear.
Call and let us show you.
The White House _
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street |
Wb^j      ���-���w ^^^      ^   "698 Waltz from Romeo and Jullel 5268 Hldalguense Two-Step
���   1^1 ���   LlruDCr   ���   9699 I'll  be Waiting, l .'ane'. When 5269 "Twenty - third     ot     July
8\ ou Come Bach Home, .\l nch
9700 In Monkey Land 5255 Parade Post with Kal ei i
9701 The. Merry Widow Wallz erlch March
9702 Some    Daj     when    Dreams 5256 Harmonic  l(' tr.'.'H
Come True 523-1 War Songs March
9703 Ring Oul the Bells for Chris! b2l2 Dell' Oro Mazunca
ui.i-i 525-1 Medlej   eet Stralghl Jl
9704 Flanagan's     Tie,,! lea    Wit ri 5271 Slavery Days March
His Tailor 50 9 The Clrl I Lefl Bi hind Mi
97(16 Honey Boj   Medley 5232 Meel Me lown   at   the (
9706 Wouldn't   Vou   Like  to  11 io       tier
Me for a Sweetheeart? 5258 Bye, By,  Dearie
9707 Three    Rubea    Seeing    New 5260 yacramento
York 5253 I'm Wise
9708 I Get nippy When I Do That 5270 In Monkey  l.and
Two-Step Dance 5247 Qolden  Rod
9709 Protty   Black   Eyed  Susan 5246 Captain ririiy Bunting
iriio Won'l    ITou    Waltz   "Homo, 5248 Uncle  Josh   .loins  the.  Qran-
Swcci   Home"    With    Me   For        gers
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
DAILY TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,   Sleeper and
Tourist
leaves  at  3:15  p.   m., ,and  makes
connection for Kootenay points, also
Sl. Paul and Chicago,    For rates an'l
| particulars apply to
KD. OOULET,
Agent, .N'i'W Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt,, Vancouver.
Old  Tillies'  Sake?
iril I Rescue the Perishing
971 li Marianlna
9713 Florida Hag
)714 Make a. Lot of Noise
9715 Old Dog Sport.
H7H> Two  Blue Eves
V|''!" N irodnl  V'allclk
803J Hdureu
S032 Akuxe Maro
50S7 Hom n ij.'  a   M  rl l.i '
1698 Where   the  S Iv'r    ('
Wend e  its  Wa
'���    Dream    On,      Deai
Dream On
3700 The  Indlffi renl   Ma
3707 Oh, Oh, Miss Lucj
3701 I > ���-��� ��� imlng
3702 Jusi  Take Me Down       A '
e|"l'l   II,   I
3703 Amojze In  gewaschen
3695 Jusi Help Vour i ll
3696 When Summer Telia  \    '���"���'���'
Good   Bye
"bib ii,. My Little T ddj  Bear
3692 Southern Girl
3693 Tie. Hymns of the OldChurcl
Choir
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5249 I've   Told    llis    Missus   All
About Him 3894 The Two Nightingales
5251 It Ain't All    Honey   ami    l. S704 Al  the Village Posl OHif'
1   Ain't All Jam 3706 Flanagan at. the Vocal Tetcl"
5284 Tho Last Hi so of Summe. er'a
5263 Homeward
5262 Medley of VoltN Bongs
40c each
706 Uncle   Josh  joliiH the
Kern
(ri.ie"
75c each
65c each
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ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS   Q
J. H.   TODD'S Music House
New Westminster, B. C  |
'Phone A 278.
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*amT SATURDAY.   NOV-  30, 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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PEACH GROVE
Is situated one and one half miles from Westminster Junction, eight
miles from New Westminster by a good wagon road and six miles to .New
Westminster by water. PEACH GROVE overlooks the beautiful Fraser
River and lies on a gentle southern slope. Three steamboats call daily, four
trains daily to New Westminster, four trains daily to Vancouver and two
trains daily to the east.
The soil is rich chocolate loam, five feet deep and particularly adapted to
fruit and vegetables. It needs no draining, it needs no irrigation. Good
water can be obtained within a few feet of the surface from pure flowing
springs.
Both soil and climate are admirably suited to fruit raising and in fact all
the hardier varieties of decidous fruit trees appear to have found in PEACH
GROVE ideal conditions for their growth.
PEACH GROVE, settled for more than ten years, has always been highly
prosperous and one sees fine orchards and numerous comfortable homes on
every side.   A poor family is unknown throughout Peach Grove.
The man who is on a salary, or the one conducting a small business producing but a limited income, can here find a golden opportunity to strike out
for himself in an independent undertaking which can not fail to net large
returns. The man who has farmed 160 acres has here a certainty of earning
from the cultivation of only five to ten acres of land a larger net sum than
his entire 160 acres would ever earn.
It is difficult, for those not informed, to understand why lands in some
of the Pacific Coast valleys are so much more valuable than, for example,
Manitoba, Alberta or Middle States farm lands. The reason is, that the valley lands grow a much higher priced product than wheat, oats or corn. The
yield from an acre of high grade western fruit land will bring in money from
ten to twenty times more than an acre of grain. This is the secret of the
higher values. Apples grown in the Peach Grove district are never sold in
barrels, but are packed in boxes and sold as fancy fruit. The area of lands
capable of producing fruit of the quality grown in Peach Grove district is
limited, hence the high price that such lands command.
PEACH GROVE lands are practically the last of the distinctly high class fruit lands at a price which will
permit a man of moderate circumstances to secure a fruit farm, as the most valuable lands for fruit culture are
fast disappearing from the market. Fruit lands are readily selling at $300 and upward per acre for undeveloped
lands, and, as Eastern orchards are rapidly deteroiating, owing principally to intemperate seasons, $500 to $1000
and upwards per acre are prices at whi>ch well developed orchards find ready sale to-day. Crop records of the
Peach Grove district show as high a yield net per acre as any land in the Dominion of Canada.
Our lands are offered for the present at $100 per acre; one quarter cash, the balance in equal quarterly payments covering a period of three years.
Ten acres of this ground, properly cultivated, will more than amply provide for the every day needs of a
family from the very start, and, as the fruit trees come into bearing, large profits are assured. We guarantee to
refund within ninety days of the purchase the entire amount paid for the land if, after investigation, it does not
entirely please the buyer.
We want you to see this property and we invite you to call at our office at any time and we will be pleased
to go with you. We will not insist upon you buying but will ask you to use your best judgement. You must not
delay as tbe property is now selling rapidly.   Further particulars on application at our office.
VV. J. KERR,
"THE   FRUIT   FARM    MAN"
Real   Estate,   Insurance,   and   Financial
Agent
Notary Public Auctioneer
P. O. Box 377
276-278   Columbia St.
'Phone  190
New Westminster,   B. C.
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T3E  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDa,
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily N'ews Publishing  Compan?,   Limited,   it   their
offices,   comer of   Sixth   aad    Pr ee;:
streets. New  Westminster, 8. C
could possibly lend himself to fcrrfte
ui) the "heroic postures" of the Conservative nominee as he Is able ;o Ue;
himself, and the fun of it is that J.
D. honestly and truthfully believes he
is a .great man.
E.   A.   Paige
Managing   Director
'^���i^ik'-fy-
SATURDAY.  NOV. 30.  1907
WHY not:
Wheu people ask, as they do, wh.
the government of the province persists in charging road tolls ou tne
bridge across the Frasi r at this city
the answer is���as the speaker may incline to the poetical or the colloquial
style ��� "Echo answers why," or
"Search  me."
When  the  bridge   was eree.eei,  no
one grumbled at the charging of tolls
on the road traffic.    That traffic wa3
relieved of the heavier    tolls  whieii
had Ik.ch charged ou the city's ferry,
and it was also freed from th'- n c 3
sity of observing hours and submitting bo delays;  and all lecogniz d tha
fact that ilie bridge, built by the ..   i
Ince as a provincial public work, an 1
costing a round  tnijiion,  wa-    soui ���-
thing oi an experiment  and   aad the
ri    i   �� hich an    ��� s] i rlmi nt in
The goo l timi s a    ch   eegan in i an-
a la    wh< a    the   Li i ral governmenl
C.lllle'    IntO    ,  ".'.     . ..eet   at   th.e:    t ill I .
so gn .a',, and bris idvan al ouv
perlty as thej t e a\ i; anel
therefore i .������..; t that a .. ��� o
reven i . i these road tolls
nee; ' '��� ..; once s in en I . d. iju a
lot of water has run under the I -
since iii ei time, and fi om the Eai I
has come, ev. u as the water���from
the same ; olnt of i h compass and
with the same steadj Bow���a si i i
of prosperity which has (hanged the
conditions In man thinj - anl. amongst others, has p.ol only fully justified Mr. Dunam.-ir's courageous policy
in building the bridge, but has lifted
the undertaking out of the class of
experiments and by I hat h is left the
governmenl altogether without'an excuse for the continued imposition uf j
these vexatious tolls.
.No doubl we> sha!l hear the' . j,] parrot cry about the "failure" of Ot in i
to grant a sa' sid i Ivance i in 'I ������
fence of the Vict ria ?overnm nt;
but in the liis: ;���: ii a mei
roi cry��� some    ai r mg   ..- .
made in the future under which a Do
minion  subsidy  can   be  pal i  to  ier -
-. Inclal   governm nts   which <_��� e >;��� 11
I irge works of this i der a i ub-
lic ownership plan���but no such arrangement now exists and in Its a -
sence .the payment nr this subsidv]
would create a precedent which would
he most dangerous; and in the second place, ii ri absurd to talk as if
the Victoria government which brags
of its overflowing treasury nnd its
swelling surplus, cniilel not afford tie
remit these tolls unless it received
Ktbe BUbsIdy, The argument in defence
is, n* we have said, a mer" parr"t
cry; but if. for the s ike of argument,
we eive it some consideration, whiti
follows? By what principle of justice
can the users of the bridge be penalized for the sins of Ottawa? By what
Ki tii \>p mudelle-headed logic can the
BJDVjrnmenJ at Victoria sustain the
P.osltion���Ottawa owes us a subsidy
In aid of the work and refuses to pay,
therefore we will impose a fine on
Smith, Jones. Brown, and Robinson '.'
The fact is that tlie Victoria government, bowing hat in hand, before
corporations and wealthy speculators,
has no sympathy with "the sobergoing,
liomst, everyday industries of thei
count:'}, and is therefore fertile in ex-
.";; es when asked to do anything f';r
tbem; excepl perhaps It be a methifig
��� i, e or less s) eel acular, o it eef which
a vote catching si heme can be manufactured, i  .
"J. D. Taylor.
vatlve candi late
chairman, s;o.;e
young    ;>e.. |e
the present Conser-
at the request of th i
a tew words to Ole
issembled,   and   his
strong anil intelligent manner of
handling the present political situi-
tion ��� * * * " Fie! fie: for
shame, to use your own paper in an
attempt to fluff an lntellig nl public
In such slobbering self-praise.
Poor James Davis! we certainly
sympathize with you. It. is hard lines
to have to write laudator) articles
aboul yourself, because no one el ������
can conscientiously do so.
PARTNERSHIP
It. .1. McMenemy, Propriefcr of tha
Pacific Mea:   M irl t, has dei Ided  IJ
take   in    as a business    partner M
Anderson, the    present    book-keeper.
'i'ii'- firm will commence to do bus-'
iness under the name of McMenemy
ev Ander30n from the first of Decern-i
ber, 1907.
Mr. McMenemy wishes to lake ttr.-v
opportunity of thanking his many customers for thtir kimi patronage in
the least and trusts they will extend
the same to the new firm.
CITY ELECTIONS
It. won't wash: what won' wash
James Davis' piffle about himself be
Ing .strong and intelligent. ' What
ho !
The Consi rva    e  ilogan, m it I >
war cry���"James I lavls, stron
telligent"���vide the Columbl in
POUNDKEEPEl WANTED
'.  . i.e at ion ���    for
Poundki epi r v. in  be
in i  ��� -.-:.��� I up   " 5 ;
December  2nd.   next.
the   ;   -      i   ol
receh   i  by  the
e. in. ol Monday,
S ilar    f65 p1 r
month.    Untie..- to com     nce as   i
a -  appointment, ma le,
\\". A,   DUNCAN,
Cit    Cl : :.
' ll     Hall,  Nov.  26.  1007.
LAND   REGISTRY   AC
xxii, cit;
Re i.<  3 22 and 27, I lo
of Ni w  Westminster,
A certificate of Ind : a i iie   Itle to
ibove pro] erty will be issu d   o
'   ; ��� ��� ei:a rii.. on the lllsl day oj De-
���   a  ii r.  1907, emi ss in the n ean
a  valid obji ction thereto be mad
me in writing by a ;e.son or pei   u
claiming an estate or Inter st 11
In, < r in any pari thereof.
C. S.  KEITH.
Districl Registi ir of Titli s.
Land Registry office, New Westm'n-
ster, B, C, 29th November, inn;.
The   pereson  or    persons having in
eli custody or pos&e isli n the foil w
b. . Title  Dee el -    r    iti      to thi     aid
proper! y are requesti d 'ee   lelh ���
me t" the undersigned:
15th December, 1862���Robert    Ke.-rj
to John Cooper, conveyance in  fei
Martin  &   McQuarrie,  solicitoi
for applicant, Trapp Mock, New]
Westminster, B. C.
NOTICE is here ,;. given to in ��� ol-
ectors oi the ci;;.- of wew Westminster, thai 1 require the presence of iris-aid electors at the City hall, on
Monday, the 2nd day or December,
1907, at 11 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of electing   a .Mayor   and two
School Trustees  for    the year  1908,
| and at 12 o'clock noon    of the same
.day, for iii" purpose of electing seveu
iriit persons as Aldermen for the said year
i\. of 1908.
The mo Ii  ol :. mination snail be as
__   follows: Each candidate shall be noui
: .i ��� I in writing; the writing Bhall be
Ibed   i   two pei ������:���.-.<-.   ipos
'. and seconder,       i      ill   e duly quali-
'    I i        rs and residen s   .. the city;
e .     iper shall eon-!
tain  a statemenl   signe lb
son   nominated,  that   h ���   ce nsi nts     >
ich i       '    !on.      The    nomin ition ���
lell     ed to 1 i'e-  R -
���',. ning Offii er ai  an;   I ime bi I �� sen
i-e..'       a and   (in the
case ol   M ij or: and School  Trust* es)
12 noon of th    .       lay of Decen
eer (in the case i E Ud irmen) I o'cloe l<
p. in. of the same .la.".
In the ��� venl o   a ] dl being i ���-
sary, such poll will be opem ei on the
9th ei r  oi Dei enib r, 1907, al 9 o "lea- .
a. in..       . wil    e  . In open until 5 p.
I. , oi the b iii'       ty, at the following
e ������ ���-:    The  Council  Ch imber,  Ci*
the Fire hall, Sapperton; and at
the Li lon, Ten h stre< t,
i H   ,'..... ... . . ��� rsoi        required
��� e ���    i   notice a nd govei i   hlm -"if ac-
. I .
Given  i.n ler m;   hand   at the City
hall, N   '   IVestn i he 22nd b iy
ol  N   i  mbi   .  .''7
\v.  A, DUNCAN,
Returning Officer.
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town by the local modern
high grade printers���
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Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Get Established
just
$1
Inl i II
a home now that will net a profll of $500 a    ���
such a proposition.   New House on Fifth    .
Two he:. eacl) 66x132 feet.   Fou can a
we ask Is $27i)'i for th:- property,   Good
.
All
DOMINION ROT COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSl
D
ominton
Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
TENDERS
English and American Eilliard Tables. Bowling Alleys, etc. New an i
second - hand tables and supplies in
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. 1'   O   Box   1185
l'.e>\\ ling  Alley,   Pender   S  .
VANCOUVER
\    :.:   tor   Me ssi 3. Samuel   M :   fi
���' '   Toronto.
$
lf you re^fter the
dollar.
TENDERS vill be received by tii"
undersigned up to MONDAY, the 9;,i
day of December. A. D.' 1907, for the
following:
!. All tlie interest of Kmily Pergn
son in Subdivision II of Lot 34, Suburban Block ii. City of N'ew Westminster;
2. Lots 29, 30 and 31 in Block 22:1, j
Subdivision of Lot No. 520, Group On !
fl),  Vancouver District.
The highest or any tender not nee- j
essarily accepted and all tend rs subject to approval of a juelge of the su- j
preme court.
For further particulars, apply to
C.  G.  MAJOR.
Columbia street,   New Westmin-  j
ster, B. C.
ASIATIC
EXCLUSION   LEAGUE
OP   NEW   WESTMINE
eneral   M
will-!
TEK.
eetino
held
AG
Friday Evening, Nov. 29
at 8  o'clock,
EAGLES   HALL
Important  business.
All Interested are invittjrt to attend.
I
T.  TURNBULL,   President.
i. I). TAYLOR, Secretary.
Signs Painted
Anywhere
NOTICE.    Royal    City   Sign   Works
have  removed to Fourth Street, city. I
back of Guichon  Hotel.
.IAS.  I'KN NINO TON'  and
ROUT    RICHARDSON,
, Proprietors.
NOTICE.
EARNED  THEIR   LOVE.
1 ������ . ��� ..t ele ning illn< as of Sir
I Ii nr ' ampl ell - Bannerman b,8s
oul       am c:    persona]
. '       I [ere Is   >ne ol   ihem:
��� !���''���.'. |e i ilie n en have ��� ver earned
o near to th hearl ol their
'al supporters as Sir Henry
Campl ell-Banm rman The Lib rals
worshipped Gladstone; thej admire
Ros bi vy: but they love C. B.' He is
one of their verj selves, lie' is not
brilliant, hut he is sincere, lie doe.
nni lead by virtue of any commanding and indisputable ability; but it is
as if one of the men from the fighting ranks itftd stepped to the trnnt to
gnl.de the column forward. In nis absolute honesty of purpose, there' is entire confidence. He may u;i> wrpng,
but he will never consciously do wrong
Even I_ord Rosebery the other dav.
who d iff eras strikingly from hlm in
liollcy, paid a willing tribute to him
person all v "
MH. SWELL  WRESSE'R.-
|
THE  "DOLLAR IS A COOT)
FTMESfT).
IF yOU COME TO US WE
WILL SAVE VOU "DOLLARS. "BECAUSE WE VVT
ElTTtA VOLLAKS I.NTO
yOWR SUITS WHEJS WE
���Buy THEM AJVD you GET
EXTT.A      DOLL A Tt S    IM
youn   suit wnEfi  you
Buy  it  f-rom   us.      to
GET     DOLLA-RS     IS   OffE
WAy 1 O GET FH.1EJS  VS.
ALL S1S.OO SUITS A-RE
MOT 7 HE SAMEQUALITy
TAy LS ��20.OO FCR A
SUIT OF CLOTHES AAD
yOU WILL GET ��20.00
WO "RTH.
WE -DOM'T JUGGLE WITH
VRICES.
WE MAKE A THOFIT.
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Oflice   Te
G.  K. Gllley-
291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL   DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rcsebank Lime, B. C. Pot-
tery Vitrified Pipe. Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Presse-1,
Mantel, and Fere Brick, Fire Clay. Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt.   Forge Ccal. Common  Brrik   Sand, Gravel  and C'ushed Rock
December      1st,     1907,      lh>.
of the  undersigned  Rinks,
B.   ('..  will   not
Sill'Uel ay   evi
After
branches
in N'ew  Westminster,
open for  ouslness i,n
nlngs.
BANK OP  MONTREA1
CANADIAN   HANK  OP
MERCE,
ROYAL HANK OP CANADA
NORTHERN HANK.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
TH.  113. Offlce   Eighth 8trnt|
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.   B. C
Westminster
Transfer Co
ifflca 'Phone l��f>        Hwn  rtxin* it! |
Columbia at.
Haggle  delivered
part of the city.
promptly to w I
C(i.M
Light and Heavy Hauk
Offi-e^���Tram   Onnnt
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It's a grnnd thing that the Conservative nominee of N'ew Westminst' r
at present controls the columns that
are not tal<en up by "quack" advertisement! in the Columbian; as il Is ���.
certainty that no person, even wen'
be an Inmate of Dr.  f>_:.eriy's hot '.
H. L DeBcck,
The Clothier.   \
Opposite Post Office.
i
New Westminster, B.C.
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Evening Classes in  Commercial Branches
Will   be  held in Columbian College.
commencing on Tuesday, November-5.
For rates apply at the College.
Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight   Specialist
begs to remind his old patron
1    "    ���   ���    in    pective
ers,   thai   new-   sl  le   ol    ��� ��� ���
glasses   are    con I intlj    bell
added   to  his  large    stock    i
optical  goods,    He   wishes   a
tee call to look, to buy or to n
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings SI.      VANCOUVER
YOU   REQUIRE
NEW sun
Come over and see ow
netv Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next d',.,1
V A N <:
Hotel Aal  ���
o ; i ���'
. F. CRAKEl
fi Westminster Iron Works
English. Watchmaker
Two   doors   from    (.ro    Adama, C���c" i
W. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal   x
Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist  and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St,. Opp.   Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Q.IVBRAL Machine Ai\n h,N<ilNF.
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHiMi, uitmufi ano
STRUCTURAL IKON     WORK.
Ornamental   iron   worn,  inotudlni
Fences, o.iteB, Fhe Usoapes, etc.
Mall orders nnd correspondence in
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BBOBIK BTKJUIM,
New Westmlnntnr ?, o   ��7|
from V2-m
Watches, oP(1
rliiuM
Ladles'Gold Watches
Oi ntlemen b   Sliver
face, $6.oo.
Qentlemen'B Bllver Watches,
ca.se, $7.50 up. ,
Agent for the celebrated Soutu �����"!
Watches, supplied to the wn���>
Arctic Exnedltlon,   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., ^c-
Watch   repairing;     charges   *��   j
able.
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The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Wes tin In s ter branch P. ().
Box 645.
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NOTICE
Abb
in
THIS   IS   TO   NOTrF
cerned thai  I will   not
responsible for .iny  debts
without   inv   written order.
IN  WAI
1907.
CO*
(Slgncili
Wednesday, Nov.
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27,
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
fo page ote    ���
The Cash Stores
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>������������*���������������������������
����������,������
irandSweeping Sale
of Winter Coats
Ip to $10.00  for $3.75
Ip to $18.50  for $7.75
All Sizes, Newest Styles, Not Two Alike
in the Lot
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Sale is unique in the history <>f this ston\ as the garments
re all specially ordered ani niaele for this season.
ave decided t<> make a tlnal Bale nl Hie entire stock. We
��� rin very heavily and must unload. So the benefit you'ii
HI be two-fold, by getting the winter wear at but a fraction
" lirst rest    Vor genuine bargains, see our windows.
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CITY NEWS
Have You Seen
Mew Figs,  EtaUtns, Currants, Dates
ami  Nuts, etc. for the Xmas holidays
.i; ri. Bt  End Grocer;. **
it H. Sperling, general manager ��..t
the li c E lt. company, is spending
a lew lays shooting in the Di IU
Fresh tit-. >:.���:.. .i . ... ���,.- an.l wai-]
mus.   at    the Hou* ol Good Che��.r.
K.vle    &     S.,!l.-. **     e
I
A pastoral play, "Zeke," drew a fair
house at the Opera house yesterday
evening. It was about on a par with
similar Rube shows.
For cut flowers, Bouquets    or funeral  designs   telephone   T.   Davies  & j
Son, B- 208. ���������
Mr. Justice Morrison  will hold  *''���
ne  coun   chambers    in this  city
," ornlng    A number of Important
Ions  will be heard.
Bread al five cents per loaf.    Turn-
���. ���       Fourth and C ilumbta. *
The D. G   S. B trel  will leave fo>-
n la t >daj,  when   It  w 11 r raain
: er some time.    Engineer Keefer will
inaki   thi     t rip to tin     capital citv,
���   ere he e ��� ng ged In govi rn
menl i     ime time.
:          ��� th   West
I         - new and
fare, .   \.
.a-, ���**
ll. H. Howard, a r< titer of Arthur
Howard, will arrive here from Tor-
oni ' on Mondaj ol i ext week. He
een ei iploj i d as assistant
auditor by the Massey-Harrls com-
pany.
Thr  merj   butter
'���y   .   :��� .      --��� ���   ;g iqt
Vt the H of Plenl **
-  I     ".   pos'-
nuptl       ec<    ���      on  V\  dm sday aa I
laj  afti i noons,  ' tec.  I and 6, a'
er home,    SI i orner of iri
>:,,. ;-e and  Siv li   ���
���er
'" ts.  New  We>'
l".e:  youi   Xmas  Pudding  a:.1   mince
eat, fresh i rants an.l ;���< el
i Kyle .v  S ms   H m     of Plei 11   222
'roni  stre I **   ���
���
:���' '.,���: lots on    S   ��� S    .     f'ria
.  i   a      V. 'a        51     ' 3   .v   Co.,     260  e     .
um. .a Sl      rii ine s".. **
Man Bernhardt, .1 r sident of Rai 1-
:11a' street, was yesterda) given unttl
next Monday !>> tlie ;o!ice magistrate
in which 10 clean up her premises, a
complaint having been received from
tin1 health department 10 the1 effect
thai all kinds of refuse had been allowe.1 to accumulate around her
shack.
New Winter Coats
or Little Tots
; an,1 Mixed   ["weeds, it Brown, ind Navy, Reds, Green; suit'
trimmed;  regular $5.00 mei $6.50, for
$3.25
1*25 Newest Dress Goods
or 75 cents
1 Ends and pieces of Scotch Tartan Plaid, Plaid Panamas,
Scotch  Tweeds,   K.ashmera; & Venetians. We invite you to Inspect
"' COlleotlon Of the most worthy materials ever offered at Hie
1   '"'   in   the   oily.
���" at one price,
NOW 75 cents
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T.  H.   SMITH
Salmon. ."1 cent- per tin at Ivy la .V
S.m's. �����
For attempting to enter Canada Dy
stealth, and refusing to pay the regular $600 head tax. Yuen Ben Ij".'.'
will face Captain Pittendrigh in tne
districl court this afternoon. He w is
captured tho other day hy Canadian
customs officers new Blaine, as lie
was hii ting ihe trail in ihe direction
oi .New  Westmlnsti r.
We are' looking tor th.' Xmas trade
in lion Bons and Crackers, ainl wil
have' a beautiful display at the Wesl
End Grocery.
Tiie' junior league' and mission band,
ol' Queen's Avenue Methodist church,
will gi\e an 'al home" on Tu s.lav
evening, Dec. 3, in ihe. schoed rooin
of i.eo church, commencing at 7:30 p.
m. The little folks will have on sale
articles I'm Xmas gifts, and will als >
furnish refreshments, The parents
...11 trie nds of ih ' children arc Invited
a. attend.
The time for the Pr b l.i in ;, Co 1
iesi is drawing ;���> 1 1 lose an.l remem-
er thai the Wesl End Grocery is the
,1 ilj    gr ���(���,���:';.    ,\ ii re    votes   are ol
ialnable. **
A young man employed at the Brit
n.i'ite sawmlllB wo 1 badlj Injured las!
evening shortlj before the? plant closed  Siwn   for  Ilie' day.     lie was  take 1
ii) ihe itoyai Columbian hospital,
where it waa found that be had sut-
fered ;i .severe cut on th;' back of th a
head, The doctor is unable to say al
preseni whei her the injury win prove
serious   or   not.
l.ee Coy. Ihe Chinese owner of the
disgraceful shack in which ,:i num'or
ol' Hindus are finding Shelter at the
present time, is reported to lie male-]
lng heroic efforts to make the old
structure habitable by a liberal application of whitewash and cheap disinfectant- His efforts :tiro meeting with.
Uttle success, however, and the old
building haa no chance of oscapln;
destruction by Are on Dec. 17, according to the decree laid down by thn
health authorities. , .
.   ^   :.��   tug  ownea l&
Meyers &   Presi ���:..   will
ling   ue ar tie    Lulu   island   i .
���during  th.   last   sii   moi   lu   11   more,
1^ a iout completed, and ;���������:.
are tader way feer launching h r nexi
Wednesday.      The  tug  ii  11 ri.    ;.   |
long, or 8 fe. ..   Dext
t   tUg    e  ,.: r .1     i ,.,.,.
It will he used on -i.e Praser riv. r.
Fruil  ranch of to aci bin 2b
miles of  Wesi:  ter ol   \
by rail or boat.    A:.:: la] nei retu   .
12500; in centre ol good fruit growing'
[listri       I': ce $5000.   'i il it( �� liy.ri.
i. \'   lieiichun    hot ..   N.-a   Wesl
1 ter, B. C. ��*
A 1 ontract has     ��������� n   let   ) J. c
Armstrong tor tin-   1 iilding <if a 32
extension    iu 1 ie    rear   01  th 1
���lol.a. te,;,    ao.    - on      Tl..   shoe Ann
h ii    een greatly  ciam     i  foi   S] a
and  lhe owner som-   Cm,- ayo ag]
���  :, 'bu pre mis -    .. ;.   12 Ce t
rd tla    req iii 1 i    u  ��� inmodation.
eeee'i   ���.. is  a ��� ��� iri'  1        .1    Cai
��� 1   Smith   an ; ition fo   the ad
tion   . 111    ie  . oc .  .    11 tlj.
The Rev. J. S, Henderson and J. :!.
���   will go ovei ifterno
I ihe meeting       ith 1 tli
ttous which Ib :ee 1,. held iu Vancouver
two genii, men  will  represent
the rarlous athletic clubs in this ���
,an 1  have 1 e< n  Instru as to tha
manner In which the;  a e  0 use their
iui! 11 11 e with   ega     to the propo
il ion of   1 B. I'. At i'.l' lie ;isse>cn-e
tion
11;, Th irsdaj    rei lng next, tbe con-'
..  ol   Q teen's   Avenue  Methodist church  will    banque 1   the choir,
from T 'o S o'clock, and afterwards  1
congregational gathering will be hell
church, when a program of cho-
. -.'lees an i ad Ires -���.-.- w III be ren-
... id,  and   a  welcome  will be given
ie.   ...    strangeis who hav<   reci   -
this    tii in 1:      their     church
A large num k      t the members ol
the two local  Orange  lei.ige.  will  go
:ee  Blaine ;ri -  evening  foi   I
puri ose <>:' c<m:. he RoyBT .
Pu    '   degri -   on a number of cai
dates     Tl i'  New Wi stminster e ontin-
___.i-.it  will be i   Inforced    y a Vancou-
vei  Ji legation, air1 -le   toi el strength
��� >f the  ii. C - it re ichi -
Blaine w ;li be - e we n fiftj   end s    ���
enty'-five.   Tb   111 in'gemen are due 1 ���
return   here    ou     s .-.-. \ iy   morning'
train.
A d> I eiii'  be: w  ��� a.      e iiK'in ers ot
the   Columbian  college   literary society  took  place    yesterdaj   afternoon,
when   the   following   subject   was   up
for discussion: "Resolved, that a professional care r offers  more a Ivan'.-'
ayes i'1 a young man than a business
career.''    Mr. Mowat. Miss Woodw��i-.T
and Miss Hill upheld the' affirmative,j
while  Mr.   Hums,  assisted  by Misses j
Woods   and   Burnett, advanced   arci
ments in favor of the negative.   Pric-
elpal   Slpprell    acted     as  critic, and
pointed out the good points and weaknesses of the different arguments The
affirmative carried conviction with the
judges by it points tn 6
The Columbian college athletes will
take part ln two football matches v
nay, the juniors meeting the Westhn 1
island juniors at eleven o'clock, whi'?
tbe Intermediates will leattle with tv
ShamrockB Intermediates at 2:30 p,
m, Following are the team: Junto'*,
goal, McArthur; backs, Meyers. Crou-
ty, Latimer. Turner B Smith; forwards, Priest, Bi es. Pound, H. Dr*
ney, J. Draney. Intermediates, .goal
Hums, lacks. Wllllstorst, Teagtw
Hock, Jones, Nixon; forwards, Ormonde, Fuller, A. Smith, W itson, 11 iu <
Sparc men.  Fitzgerald,  McKensle,
OPERA��� H0II5E
:
S  .-    -ses jni Ornaments I       Xmas    gifts    II 1-   worth
are iwelL
out a Morris Chair for Daddy or ���  |9.00 each
A   .Music  Cabinet,  for  sistei im $6.5    ...ich.
Pa   01   2 ibi - from J. 50 eaci
it all price's���fine larg > 24x30 to   $2.00 each.
of other me in and look aroua-1.
: John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium l
DUPONT BLOCK ���
��� TEL. 73    COLUMBIA STREET.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C. ���
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To be or not
to be���
That is the Question,
HOUSE OF QUALITY
J. Eugene Brown
Whether you wish to be dress ���
i-l stylishly and up-to-date ani *
feel thai the garments you have   ���
on   are   the  mo-
you.    If so.
.-riia1 1��.   for   ���
J. Eugene Brown :
& Co. ���
have the goods to fulfil all thos ��� ���
requirements.      Qualities    and ���
cannol    b<    surpass  I ���
our Buits are tailored    by   the ���
ll   manufacturers in the' bU3l- ���
ness, and ran always be relied '���
upon for  style, quality an.i  ap- ���
im e. ���
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Mr. Employer
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO. I C<\N
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.       ::     ::     ::     ::     ::
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Telephone 192.
ChoiceBEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
THURSDAY, DEC. 5, '07
FRAZEE    &    WADE |
Present   the   Original   Production,
direel  trom a 2b week's    run in Chi-
The  Latest  Musical   Rage
The Royal Chef
With a big cast of CO people, in-j
eluding Wm. J. McCaithy, Oscar Rag-1
laml, Hertert Carter, Franklin Fox.
Geo. Porter Smith,   Gertrude Hutcho-
son,   Dorothy Une,    Lain lie Laurette,
Dixey Idllird, and the famous
Broilers
60 People 60���40    Beautlfu'    Oiris W|
30 Song    Hits 30���20 Tun    Makers 20
A Scenic Marvel,
Sent sale opens Monday, December,
2nd;, Prices ^1.50, $100, 75c and 50c.
NEW THIS WEEK
Combs and Brushes
At all Prices
Call in ana have your eyes tested free
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard ilock. New WtftmlMUr, Aft page six
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That's what we are saying to all
our Men's, Women's, Boys' Misses'
and Children's Shoes
Furthermore, we're going to make it our business to see
that they G O.
It is simply our time for unloading a great big bunch of Shoes
with which we find we are overstocked and which we are determined the public shall have at prices lower than any other Shoe
firm in the country would ever think of selling them for.
To-day ��� Saturday
We intend to do a record day's business
We have stacked our windows full of shoes. Every shoe bears
a big square ticket with the ordinary, everyday price showing.
On the same ticket will be found the Sale Price so that you
can readily figure out just what you are saving on your shoe bill.
Our windows are surrounded all day long, and well on into the
night, with all kinds of people sizing up and taking advantage of
the greatest money saving shoe prices they ever saw or expect to
see. When we started this sale we intended it to be a record
breaker and certainly thus far our expectations are being
most fully realized. Shoes are leaving the Store at a tremendous rate, but
that dosen't bother us, we have thousands cf pairs left and every
pair a bargain for somebody. But, the prices we are offering now
will not last forever.   "A word to the wise," etc.
Just a Moment���We would ask you to shop early.
To our Lady Customers-Shop in the afternoon--if you can-for
you will receive better and more careful attention then than in the
rush and hustle of Saturday evening. We like to reserve the
greater portion of Saturday evening to our out-of-town customers
who have not the chance to shop during the week.   So we say���
Come One and All to the Mammoth Shoe Sale
tl-lkyj-b-ff^w,bir..:2.
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster, B. C. N0V   30. 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOK  SKVEN
Iand
REGISTRY ACT.
a iplicatlon ..as
|(  eph Taya as
Simple, iiiuier a Tux
lB c.C. Fisher to Jo eph
16th day of No-
ail aad Blngu-
traei of lanl
lying aad being
��� -., ,i  Westminster,
British Columbia,
nown and il scnb-
,, :.. subdivision of
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing &.
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE ONLY BT
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
i
,    a .ii you nn- required
, laim eei Lhe tax pur-
���n,- days fr in the
,1   publication of  thi;.
oth< rwiae I s.ia.l reg-
. ,   ownei thereof In
. .      din ���' that publi-
[oi i ne  n b in
:, .I al  New
i and siiiin- -
ni:   i
: ol   l;   ���    b
;      of  Octo ������
^Timber Notices
t. TAKK NOTICE that Harriet
Pord, of ii immond, B. C, occupation
'ady, lnl mds to apply for a Bpecial
timl e ie ..... r the following des
cribed lan :���
Comn em Ing al  a  poal   planti .1  al
the i ��� of lol 236 south
ol   ��� :;    ,    them ���   .    t CO
1   ll     ���' e   |ll|        I,,    ; ... ,,   i   .
e   ,,.,_���    thl 111     ���     'II   Ine
nd noi 'ie   ...      th
boun I I ..   22rt, to the poinl
HARRIET FORD
KK1I 11.
e
itiCi.',
i or un ler
 ning .ier. in
,.n I all
e   ,   :     ia    said
i-nose    e I.    .
,,-. I   on   cf Ihe
ill   el
from
In ri   pect ol
for taxes a idei
thai     i i .   .
C, oi cupa lo i
ipi ��� i .:
; des-
. :.      I!.
"ie   er 11       ���
.
Commei it a planti
ea     ��� irne c . in  ii,
ol Gilli'a
Bay, T< x     i Island, th    ���      outh 8U
chain nce easi cha        - bene a
I ieni e west 80 i    il
.i   ..  . encei enl
HARRIE1   F   RD
I,   1907
TO   CREDITORS.
..     i riri.   NOI 1C1
Ford, of h . I.  H
la.ly.   lnl      Is   to    ipplj
.1..     Han   ���
i'.. occ ipatlon
until Wadn&daj, December ll, li'oT,
Inclusively, irir the construction or a
Public Building al  Ladysmith, B, C.
Plans eiinl specifications can te seen
and toi in - .ei tender obtained at thl i
D iari meni and on application to the
Postmaster al Ladysmith, B. C.
Pei -een    tendering are noiIfled thai
tend ; - Vi ill nu:  in- cien-siil. red unlea i
ma le  on i be   printed   form   supplied,
'i   with  their actu il   ri--.na-
re
tendi     must be aci       ant l
I cheque "en ;e i h ��� ter 1
i     ���    ',"      lee   lla
ira iie  I be  Mini te    i
lie Worl      'i.e:     i ten per ten    (10
i of tbi    imo inl   of the
whii li  v 111    e '..: feite I if 1
n ���   lee In, ��� -'i .iei. r In     a
;, acl   .-.  ' .   ipon to do   o, or 11
;        be work co
pd foi ender be nol
. ie -.-. ii! be rel ui ni I
The Deparl      a   does nol bin I
��� . e lowest or en..
Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Se ci * tary.
; menl  of Public Works,
Otl iwa, November 13, 1907.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
: emenl   ;.' thej   Inserl  it  wltfi-
oul  aul h iritj  from the i >epa 11 menl
WHISKERS.
Once upon a tine the clean
shaven man us'-'l to be tol.-i that he
looked like a groom. To tell him w
at the present day would be, by im-
plication, to in suit Mr.' Ihamberlara,
Winston Churchill and the bishop
of London. Very similar, though in
the opposite direction, haa been the
evolution of public opinion with retard to whiskers. At the time of
tlie Crimean war they were the
badge of the militarv cagte ami were
the center of sentiment accordingly.
One remembers a Bong, onre popu-.
lar, of which tiie refrain '.vei--, "Thr
captain with his whiskers cast a B'.y
glance at me." To quote it ia liki
railing up the frhost of a .forgotten
fast. It reminds us no less of tlie
modesty of the early Victorian
maiden than of the lady killing pro-
pen.sitie-e of thc early Victorian warrior. Whiskers were one of the ladi
killer's wi apons in t hose days, and
it would seem fr":.' I .ie- of oui
contemporary I;:.et ���-��� b ��� i '::e> hirsute
circle ia complel ������! '' >y m iy 1"'
made to serve I -. rpose yel
again.��� London ' Ir .���.'.,.������
Double Screened Nut
Clean
Comfortable
it-
ini er  1      ise   ovei      be     following
Con __     I    i  post  planted i
th-easi   cornei   of   S eel lon i!2
and        ��� .    Bvi    ui li ith-ea      ol
,   sada island,  thi nev  60
iins .......      i     t  to   tie-
shore \  noi berl;     along    the
,   ���     i thi    outh line ol  S< cl lon 19, |
I oint of ' ommem e
HARRIET PORD.
November 1. 1907 (
;    ol  I   ������   '
I ite ol   the i
��� ' ���        er,  B
- :.
s  ii ...,;.;,   (,.-.  :x :
ed Statu
r.ea  ter 187,    that nil
Ol bei 3        lier. ..,        e ,
ol   rii icander Ew en,
mt i      -'.    '������������>,:
iuln i ���' i ���.
:     i   iber,   l ��� ���",      i
���'    i
'        I. i
nd    di      Iptions;
��� ��� : belr clali      \\\
��� ���   tatemi nl of their ac-
ture of the    ���   url
a.i. . an 1
e. TAKE NOTICE tl, u  at-
��� menl on el date the ex-
a.   Hen Irj   and    J b .   .'
��,. ee i l i disl: Ibute th ���
di < easi i among the par-
to,  baving    regar 1
: ilms ni' whil h thi 3 rii ul
tii e,  an I  that   the sai l
v.ill noi   ie" liable    for tho
e : any pari thereof to anv
i rsons of whose claims no-;
I not  have been  received  b.v .
\    iz tim ��� Buch distribution. | K��rd. of Hammond, !'���
1-2.        New  Westminster,  this
N'ovi mber, ::��i>7.
M \R'l IN  & McQUARRIE,
tors    for    John  Hendry anil
I    i. Jardine, executors ol the
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST=
���
EMPRESSE
0*1
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TAKE   NO I'ICE    rii it     Hai rii I
Foi : :���      mond, B. C, occ ipa , 11
la Ij. Intends to apply for a spec! .1
tim ��� r .; '-.i- over tli'- following
descri - I  lan is;
e . icing   il   a   poi I   ; lanted at i
i ine soul . �� est ��� oi ner i ;' loi al ion N >.
. o, abo ;: :" mr miles south-easterly
trom Gi - ��� ��� rexada - ind, thenco
easl to location No. 8, thenoe Bouth
Lo Lot 235, thenfte west and south
along the ee. in lary of th ��� sai 1 Lot 235
to the shore, thence westerly and
northerly to the point of commencement,
HARRIET FORD.
November  I,  1907.
18,000   | EMPRESS  OF   BRITAIN ) 14,500
H. Power { EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      IONS
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now la the I Ime to ] urchase :��� >ui
tick" ' - .:  j ou are -ning to spend
Xmas al bome,
Nexl   Empress   sails     Dec.   13th.
Foi  othei   dates  and   particulars,
apply :<>
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
TAKK   NOT ICK
that Harriet
C . occupation
for a special
the  following
:TICE   TO   CREDITORS.
I
". VTTER ni' the  Estate-  of
mai Whyte, Late <>f the city
Westminster,   British   Cpl-
ease I,
13  HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
���   Revised Statutes 11 Brit
la, Chapter  187,    that  all
id  eei bers    lan lng  claims
��� ate of the  said  .;"i"i
le, u im .in ,1 ien or abo it
��� !' Oi iiii er, 1907, are io-
. fore the 3 ith day   ���!
01   to send by epost, pre
��� i-   in the  unders.g ie I
.  in i s iin.inn's, a lilr h ;-
Iptions;  the full partial-
f claims duly verified; ih"
of the Ir account and the na
ecurlty, if any, held  by
lady, Intends to apply
1 timber   license    over
I described lands:
Commencing at  a   post   planted at
the north-east, corner of Section 2'.
I about tour miles south-easterly of
! Gillis bay. Texada island, theuce 160
, chains   BOUth,   thenc,.   lo   chains  ea_t,
thence 160 chains north, thenci.' 4')
��� chains  wesl   to  point  en'    commi nc -
ment,
HARRIET FORD.
November  1,  1907.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.
F. B. LYLE,  Mgr.
i
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6, TAKE NOTICE
For I, of Hammond, B,
lady,  Intends  to applj
that    Harriet
C.,  "'I ��� upa .   1
1...   a special
th
following
tim ier   license  over
desi rl ied I inds:
i omva ������������ lng al a posl plante I at
the south-v . ' irner ec' Section 7. a3
shown on map aboul balf a mile nori1-.
of Gillis ba; . Texada isl ind, then..-"'
, as- n.i ch ilns, thence nortb 80 chain i,
theni ��� wi - SO chains, thence Boutli
SO ,���!; iins ; ' i oinl of commencemen
HARRIET FORD.
November  1,  1907,
|ieh
ix, Mai
I
It
ril -TAKE NOTICE that  af-
ast mentioned date the ex-
iret R, whyte. v.- I] p -,>���
stribute the assets of the de
Im��ng the    parties    entitled
having  regard    only  to  tho
:  which she shall then have
;""1  that   the   said   executrix
01  be liable for the said assets
>  Pari thereof to any person or
f whose claims notice shall
:"     "v'i received hy her at the
,: B"ch distribution.
���I. D. KENNEDY.
"et R. Whyte, exe-
7. TAK.. NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupation
l:\ely, Inten Is to apply for a special
timber license ovei- the following des-
e rlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
-10 chains north of the south-east corner of Section 6, .about a half mile
north nf Gillis bay, thence 80 chains
north, thence SO chains west, thenco
SO chains south, tbence 80 chains
east to point of commencement,
November  1.
HARRIET FORD.
1007.
"r ror Mat
F ''������'��� as aforesaid
i;i" lib day
of    November,
r,8E IN THE DAILY NEWS
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender  for   Public  Building,  Ladysmith,
B. C." will  be received  at  this office
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
v        HEAD   OFFICE, TORpNTO,
fi    E.   WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,   General  Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued iit the following rales:
J", an l under  3 cent.-,
ii ver $���*> and not exceeding Sin   ti ceuts
Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10 cents
Over $30 and nol excee ling $50 lo cenl -
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office In Canada of a
Chartered Hank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points ln
the United states.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THE  CANADIAN   BANK  OF COMMERCE, LONDON. ENG.
The.'.- form ;in excellent  method of remitting small   sums  of  money with
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Man��g��r
OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS 7 30 TO 9 P.M.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1H17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       911,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Hen
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents ln all oarti of Uie
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received ln sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four timet a year.
Total  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m, to 9 p. m.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC IL , ,���      Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager,
AT THE
BIG CLOTHING MOUSE
BOYS'   REEFERS
Navy Nap Goods
With Gold Buttons
Sizes fitting Boys from 3 years to
9 years of age,  from
$1.50 to $4.00 the  Coat
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LARD LARD
Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
LARD
Afe Low Prices for Cash
.3  pc-ind  Pail    $2X3
',0 pound Tin    $1.3r>
5 pound Tin    70
3   pound  Tin    }3
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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YOU TAKE NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT."
For over fifty years the name of DICK has been a houesehold wor.l
in the Old Country for Waterproof    Boots.      Their    special    process
renders the sole leather perfectly and    permanently   Waterproof, besides adding doubly to its wearing qualities.
These  we  specially recommend for the wet weaiher:
Prices���Ladies, from $2.75 to $4.00. Youths, $2.00
Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, $2.75.
The Old Country Boot Store,  -   Columbia St.
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J.   STEWART,   Proprietor
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Sapperton Lots
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Splendid  Lot near the school house     $300; terms
Columbia, street Lots     $450;  terms
A splendid riot, cleared    $150; terms
The best  Lot in Sapperton  66xlii.\  cleared,  for  $425;  terms
Ixits at $100 each; easy terms.
P. PiiliJDJLiib ErtL
Estate
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. I AbE   sLUJH'i'    0
THE  DAILY  KfiWS.
SATURDAY
Nov.
I
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OFFICE
DIARIES
ior
1908
������*
AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Holiday Goods Arriving Daily
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
See our stock of above before pu>>
chasing,
Solid Oold NECKLETS from $2.75!
to $77.00 each.
Solid Cold LOCKETS from $2.50 to '
$55.00 each.
We _U.<o have Gold BRACELETS; I
prices $6 50 to $75.00 each.
and Gold itROOCHES, $1.50 toj
$11C.OO each.
OF INTEREST
TO YOU!
It will bo to your interest to
watch our add* carefully fo,-
the next few nwrnths, as we
an- tjoineg to keep you poste.
on the very b��st prices for
the very best goods.
Our New 'Xmas fruits
are all in, nic<- and fresh.
We have bought the best,
and are going to sell them
at tlie very
For Breakf-ut-u* WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It pvei ���
delicious piquancy to the eggs and
roils.    Never gritty.
���ioo people besides those stated on tho
],l.ii form. The proceeds amounted to
a'.aeiit $50, which will be used ln furnishing the primary school room.
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MARKET
REPORT
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches. |
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And  can  save  you   50   per  cent
cn a  SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C
510 Richaids St., Phone 2125
Lowest Possible
Prices
We have bought them right
and are going to give you
the benefit of our buy. We
want your business and It
will be to your interest to
give it to us.
Call and see our goods an!
get prices before placing
your order for Christmas
cooking.
C.A.WELSH
The People's Grocer
At the Granite lodge No.16,Knigh*3
of Pythias, meeting held on Thurs lay j
evening, the following were    elected
tm ofliw lor thi,' ensuing term;  C. C.
BrO. Oioi-s;,- l.ttiiig.r;  V. C, Dro. L.
Ciiiniiiei; Pre., Bro, H. Barbaree; M.
of W., Pro-  W. t;.  Simius;   K. of R.,|
&  S..  Pi'".  F.   P.   Maxwell;   M. of B.,
.,] a. McDonald; M. A., T. Hembrough;
*)v*>y*)i..*>:������:������::��������� ���:-���:.���:::*>y*>y*\[ , (,   , Forrester; o. t;., C. P. Deaufc
Farmers    are    rushing produce to  j{ail|iS were conferred on three, candi-,
market at .a rate which teems likely  ,iates during the mo. ting.   The mem-j
to meet the strong demand which ha>! ]M.rship of the lodge has been increas.j
not been    tally  satisfied    for    many   inR nt a  gratifying rate    during the
months.   Yesterday a quantity of beef' ]iast term,    and  it  is   expected th.it
was  thrown  on the    weekly  market   ���iany new members will be added to
which had a weakening effect on the   th(, wI) eMjy jn Ihe 1K>W year
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YOUR-
ATTENTION!
IS CALLED TO |
our stock of Toys and Fancy Goods which we have just added to our t
ri ready complete stock of Fruits and Candies. A visit to this depart- ���
; tent   will convince you that o-ir prices are right.
Have you tried our home-made Candies?   If not, you are missim
a treat.   See our Fancy Candv Poxes for XMAS
C. A. McKILLOP,
Phone 310
SUCCESSOR TO  R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� a, a, a, �������������������������$
A New Subdivision
m^m^^'mtt,^m*'mm*t*al^m^^~*^^^^*^'^^^^^K^aia_^_9_^__^m%9___^g^m^_t^_m^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.Inset whai  a good many people nave been  waiting for���
Mr. Ii. D, Bourke has just autho-ized us to sell in Iots a portion of his
Twelfth street property, bordering on Twelfth street, Fifth avenue, Thir-
t< enth street, and a lane.
The property is all cleared, fen'-od. graded and in.grass, and command:.
a charming view of the Delta and Nirth Arm.
Heretofore this property could only be purchased as a whole, but now
separate lots can be ha<l at prices iustifled by local conditions, and upon
easy terms.
Plan of subdivision al our office.
Quotations and caused much stock to
be left over. The great portion of ffi'-
be. f was sold at S cents for hindquarters and from ,j to (, for frontquarters.
OtTier meats wece a good supply, and
quotations were about normal. Lam!)
brought 14 cents a pound, and inutto;.
aboul 13. The demand for both was
strong and all the stock was clearet
out Veal sold readily at 11 cents for
medium carcasses, and largi r stock
realized from 8 to 9 cents. Porl;
strenegthened a half cent per pound
over last week's quotations, bringing
BV4  under a strong demand.
The chicken market was vt ry ac^
ive and quotations were slightly weaker than those of last week.
Good fowls brought from $6.50 to
$S a dozen, while- a siintller variety
were disposed nf at from $4.50 to
$6.')0 ,a dozen. Chickens were a good
supply, and the demand was keen
Ducks sold at from $7 to $b a dozen
The demand for eggs was very kee.-i
and prices were boosted another five
cents. Quite a few of the regular
market sellers received as high as 70
cents a dozen for their eggs, wh le
others sold out ut 65 cents a dozen.
The jobbers gathere d In a few case^
at 60 cents wholesale. Putter sti.1
sold at 115 and 40 cents under a nor-
mal demand.
Fruits, especially apples and pear's,
were in fair demand, especially for
good stock. Apples were offered in
large quantities and sold at from
$1.00 to $1.25 a box. There was a
very small supply of pe.ars, and thes?
sold at from 65 to 70 cents a box.
Potatoes sold at $18 a dozen, i'he
supply far exceeded the demand. Unions dropped 25 cents a sack from
last week's quotations, selling at $2.50
a   sack.
Among the specials were a few box��
es of second-growth raspberries, placed em sab- by Mrs. Keegan. of Woodward's, They were cons?:u*ereTl a"*Tare
I treat for this time of the year. Mrs.
Keegan also offi red for sale a'ouan-
! tlty of honey at 25 cents a pint. .Mrs.
A. Jenkins, of Cloverdale, sold dressed chickens at CO cents each. The'
demand was strong. The weekly auc-,
tion conducted on the square war,
largely patronized.
/Hooves
Tight
HUTEH$
K
the dampness out of
the house. The
weather may not be
actually cold, but the
moisture will work in.
A small fire in an
AIR TIGHT STOVE
will remedy it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B    C.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
i
ii You Should See the���
Xmas Cards and
Calendars for 1908
from the best makers in the world
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J.J. MACKAY U COS
BOOKSELLERS        STAMKS        NEWS DEALERS
The  children's concert    given   last'
evening b ythe primary department in'
the  Queen's   Avenue    Sunday  scttoolj
| under the direction of Mesdames Can-
I field and  Nicholson, was well attend-
i ed,   the  large school room being tri!
i eel  withythe parents    and  friends of
the children. Tiie little folks uniform-
i ly acquitted themselves well, render-
| ing choruses, part songs, duets, and
i solos, piano and violin s lections, reo-
I itations and dialogues in a form that'
would have done credit to aduit per-;
formers,    The enlarged  school  roo.n
mikes .possible the seating of about
Safe f\
Fire
Did .you ever think how
inconvenient it would be
and what loss you might
sustain should fire suddenly
' destroy any of your valuable
documents.    We have
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
How to Get a
That Will fit You
Visit our Corset Department this comine*  n
during the h  ee<
P. D. Corset Demonstration
by Miss Winfield, the expert demonstrator, Jl
out by this well known make of Corsets, Th I
Corsets need no recommendation and the fact thl
a person of experience will be here, who will seetl
it that you are fitted with Corsets peculiarly adaotftil
to your figure, will make this demonstration popSI
Remember the opening date,  I
Monday, Dec. 2ni
Women's Winter Coatsl
AT HALT PRICE
Stylish, Serviceable Coats in the newest
and materials that have been in demand this season!
No other reason for this sacrifice of new ��    |
than the fact that we have an over stock.
They must go now���now when you need
most.   Dozens of  customers   procured  a suit  -I
coat the opening day of our sale.    There
opportunity for you on
is
Friday and Saturday.
Coats that were $21.00
Now $10.5fl|
Coats that were $17.50
Now $8./3
Coats that were $ 14.00
Now $7.oo|
All Sizes to Select From
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street,
New Wesfmimlffl
Notice
papers
mportant
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
FROM-
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
|    Safety Deposit Boxes
Forgyour Deeds,   Mortgages, Agreements of Sale,
|Insurance Policies, Marriage and Birth Certificates and'
Liberal Association
M eeting
The Annual Meeting of
the New Westminster Liberal Association will be held
in the Liberal Club Rooms,
���on���
Wills.    Boxes only $2.50 per year and up.
Let us explain the system.
-8  A. M.    TO   11  P. M
-As Usual  I
The Westminster  Trust
AND
Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
F.J.
Tuesday Evening
December 3,  1907,
| For the Election of officers
and the transaction of other
important business.
J. Reid, Pres.
J. W. MacDonald, Sec.
The Good   Che
STOREI
IS  OFFERING
Underwear at $1J
per Suit
Can't   Be   Beat
HEAD OFFICE,   .
NEW WESTMINSTER, E. C
Managing Director
Ladies' Waists
Men's Pants
Lace Curtains
Curtainettes
"���"       ADVBRTig :
- IN ���
THE      DAILY
Rubbers, all
sizes
Ky le& So"
The Ho.ue of PkM
NEWS
FOR CJIiCK R10TUKNS.
''Phone 276
255 Fr^

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