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 Accident
INSURANT
wHlTE,SHILES&CO
20 Columbia St
-..* /�����..���.
Phone 85
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CG.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
.
Nl':v' .: NSTER   B.  C,  TUESDAY MOK ; 0\rEMBER 1,0,  190
FIVE CENTS PER COl'Y.
Ill MAKES PLEA       Sffle AfTER IRUlH.
M RECIPROCITY  EAGER FOR KNOWLEDGE
Veteran Railway Man Shows Battery of q      , ns Fired
e  .ptimist in.   at Secretary   .  the Board
WW ACCIDENT IN BID
. C. BRING
_
lAiLWAV
FRIENDUES
OCUVPY MOODY P1K
COMMISSIONER IS
HEARTILY GREETED
Speech..   ��� ancouver.
oi Trade of This Citv.
\ strong    ; l a
city,    ir th
..   ,    as the In-
een    ' Ian
. n>.   ihe
mad     ��� ".i 'ii
Greal  Northmen al a
Ini    .  the Van-
Hi   ul .i : .
und    ���   -
i,i
an Xo
i   ion      I .i
,i   in     i  they
tnd  i  '   -
ial iu I!      ,'     Unit 'd
I hi
M. re's a i   am    to
-  husy,    I
' M  Tor��nti lopeii a healthy
j Interest In  this burgh and le  no ,
thirst ,:        , |
he
ol   ,i
���'HI tal . nching.
oi   q estion
Two Motormen Dead as Result of Head-on Collision Near
Beaconsfield Late Saturday Night    Twenty Others
vereiy Injured    Negligent Employee Has Disappeared    Victims Nearly AH Central
Park  Residents.
future   Soccer Tal
'     Tri.        Out   in   the     Fog���
iy  o    Best Men  Away.
, ,-xcit.
Head of Si n Army 'in
Canada Speaks on Res] on-
sibility of the Individual.
	
i - 	
pi luted   ������  a .-���     inyon     tavii
:
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*.C.i��rjf, t* j   ., \ i inn-. |-j E   Whlti
,i.      -,    I'  ���
.....
lions, and
i (1< tailed   Info I    fo
-iime cit ���
Thi
note  i'ii, ���
coal
.
nto     .   "
i' ....  d:
.   in ...     Pa   .      I ���
v..,,
n on
!'     ,
I
���
��� mei ��   ; an   t hi n
.   , o     rain  thai
. Ighl   futui ���
��� ��� ��� he greatest poi:
on, and  of  British
-. Imiti I re .. in es.
I ai    .-!,. .-. in.' some
nal are pr ipared
. t to share  In  your
.-. ������ coul l do a -��� i
���   . you If these -tamers wi re removed."
tn get  north of the
vi tei an   ('ana liin-
. i   his   native   land
adopted  country,
5 -    - ���   number of Cs
State
��� ��ns and cities mat
���isii   .     ��� ��� ms in  mi
.  In  '   -   in" ���
i   born    in
��� , .nun..  . :      eciproc
wipe oui
the  line;
��� ��� t- i   chanci
"Ai" uni  Siudla in    .lores"   evi
lonerj   In
club In the Queen ���' '.'���
a cop    o     ,������ conn tunli al Ion
Secreta .   Boat i   ���:  'I ..
"New Weslminsn i   ii  C.
1   u   Sir,    Thi :     certain
relating '.i con litioni  In    New    W ���-*
minster  v> hich  I    h  uld   like to  know
and  In  di fa ill  of    know Ing    jusl    to
��hom rn app     fo ��� :���   In ,i Infor
mal   m    I   am  tt rl Ing   to   y< u  In    he
hope   thai   you   will   be   kind     nough
*.. refer this letter to the proper au-
ihority,    l   wish  to ascertain    I
lowing:
I    Value of    farm    lands    arou i
N.   VV. 'i'i*.
_    Wages   paid   to   fai m   labon
in tt Inter, in summe .
:.  Rei ition of wagi
...   ; .(. lm t.
:    N* iim ber of i       ��� n
and    ..      ���  ���
".-,. Principal mark, ts f tr lum iei.
...   Kxtenl   lo  ��hich   live    toi k  In -
l- engaged in.
7. If there be municipal ow nership
It I of  p iblle  utlliUi - .   i
ich ownership operated
e expenditn
Centr,
.     ..    ,:
.,    !,.'��� I   I,        1 i.-on
-
W. SI vi     Ci i" al V
. i
\    i, -...
���,.   ���
\,.  \:   ��� ad ci
Harris,    Westminsti
i' ,- ��� i.    Co od
Cot
v.
cut.
W
I).
hurt.
A. McLeach, C< n   al P ���:
face cut,
W. I'ai.jiiliai son, ' '��� n ral
ly   shaken up.
Sj Ivesler   Johnson,   i '��� ni   i
leu  injured.
I-'.   Murgatroyd,  Westminsti
Bhak. n up.
W. s.   Shei -..   ��� m e  hu
Severs a ni i   n  uo
How it Happened
I'll
,      !,    I'     i- I      i
Saturday  near  Bea
ta Ion  "ii
ivhli
., 'i'ii. , ou   Ai in'.
few  of the i :   ' :;! ' : '   '' ��� tr Coomb
.   "SI        es," an i ��� Coonib i
oe   i     - 'Mini an to tl co evenii
ong .h- tv      , ....
a    n       ��� re     !.- .     ,  ,
eitt del,    ! wo     - -       - tirs
from
���     .. ree   i        and i '   v    '
.:,,,,.    r|-)ie condii '���' h;,l
'ar {torn pleasant, a _iea\ '   ���
���
Pugmire,  head   i
They  ��ere te B   C.
L. R. depol   bj    tl al      de
el tt ;.        .....<-.!. in.-, .i ol
he memberi   ,
latlon an. i, ling
Th. :���   ivi ri   the usual features of a
of
 B
ance n��^^H Hew    tme^^^^^^^H
.   ., , nded I * ' '    in"- an*- ;r" lunging   into his  address  thi     com
, ng torn up, tl '        ,:  ���'������  '''-'':'-   Oib'aon "- sionei   took occasion to congratu-
aa(jjroo] lil i li       ienl    and orward     Before the    -        ������   the  corps    n    :-   Bne hall   iu
Onl    -, ���      remained In    '"   r|   Coldicul     netted     again,    bul   whi. ���      worshipped,   and   Its  ex-
shape.   ' " '   -���'���'>- o distinguish play, |telleni   lighting.
Do   Thyself   No  Harm,
f ���   su iject of  the ���   >,  whl< h
Ellis ...,.
havin lay's  dutii
-:.
th.
iverhanging Moody park, and at i
i
.,.:., ..... ...
in , ;. i   ,       ��� ���    '       shea  made good  in
ted thr. nt end '  ��� soon  "'' ' ':
i, .  , .    iat0 1 Idj   having  n
sot a seat was li '-       '      ;n    ,n    *   ������
bai .. and wlll prov ���   a
broken, tlu.  doors  were       n  ofl ]l  ,ha'   position,    ,
' ��� ��� I *   ' ; eral tin es in    ucci isioi ��� mei ting, the singing being
,    . i     ' -   tach test till Cold- [ that   heart}   chi   ic i        i   ei -. ii
i twisted,
oni-il  una     	
: considerable da-j-*. bich wis ��.-,;. and ragged, the pli
maged will '���   ..   aired ata"co*>i   <  -   ealisin** tl      thej were not called
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P):' "' *v' '       |VI'S- I was delivered .in ihe concise, decisive
Hhrdly a  soul  In  the  smaller car;    There wa    a lol  ol  goal getting hi manner for which thi er is n   ed
escaped   injur.-,     -loans,     roans   and   lh<? second   '   If,  Cojdicul   scoring    -was  rrom the  Acts,   "Do Thyself  No
���ci-i.s | hi        ,  i   from  ;<'\ direi ��� and  McGowan twice during the Harm."    The following are  some ex-
l :i..-i -mui dollars
i- u ,.., tion
Evi   wl::',-.   was  ,n    darkness,    eriod,    ui  Hollett tt*as beaten several, tracts from his address
For  - on  waa   n times when    ���    goals were  lis      "Men, do not bring destruction up
badl)   desd and      ��� :.  the    work    ol   tllowed   fo     offside.   The    Siwashes  on themselves bj one act.
escui   i      neni    -     iiose  who    wer.   wen   beaten at all points. Hargreaves
in-
         I   i  ma;..!
|ty eases    peo|il,. I
bul - injured their utmost   worked  >���     for the Indians and I.ie,    ;,���, .,,1(I reugi0n t0 .,., i - ;iil. i)V
to  , ;:   removing   the   leps   foi    should havi   been tried with the team.   .   ,_,.,      ���    . ,llt,s^    Tllt   ytl.}     .Vl,,,|
amid    the  Th��* regular Rover halves all did we-*. I'backslider,' when men go
i\\a,   fi  in  peace,
tunati   i
,-  ���
 H and it  Is e>    cti I on Saturday Saw-
l ,,      .... .,       ,,   dl)     ap-jyers   will   take   Reld's   placi     Bending
... a dangi     the  centn    half   forward.     McGowan
,, ,*  ,  ,, - ,,,. -,i   his   ol l   defect  of ri maining
in-
,,   v. tiling   now
er    <in
, .   -       If the
-, '.
,      ���   a .I
:
.;
-t Kill
I at way
���
i
jlfaiv of
I ci
:     nti     ���      ':
."���1  .'
a and the  I i
..    '
��� ���
ii
���    f there ���.<
or I
.        .
inii I] all
anj   al ��� vi .in���������
nt
i   ..
1 I.    Is    111'. ^^
righ    fuiui'i
h,
Don
on        ,:,.-     111'.
���    ���
-
"I_���   .-   . . i:. ...
i-i Bente ! In X. W. Cit).
I in.- ..i am ol    v.ni king
mills*;   on   tail.
If you    can    Ben I    anj    pamphlet
Ing  with the e topics h  ��-ould be
i' ,..n .    nosi  thanli fu
I   , . 	
are   d-
ired im-l .. n ,iu ���    ,i
. ���    .
,    ,
ni   v,    ; v. .fi
, .    u* Coi
���
���    .
".-    accidtni i
'
���i   .1  Donah! th
,, .   ���
th
;   . - ade bum ha	
.   -        ���     m lei --. id
:  - .<���:-    facl chei
y, ll - ���      -
���
..I      i
o id,
. .,n  aw ful    i b
the    interu                                                         Ier.    To too long with the ball, Clute, the Mon
me:, man, noi getting the opportunity
Con            Coutts, v ould have had. Hayes an 1 Lums-
i              ... oth did w .dl on i hi Ir w Ings,
th                 .ii             ,    . .   .       mu   were;   Rovi i s   Goal, ll
.the       ���        '           ���             man, T         Bai       W,   i_ndi - - -n.    Lassite ���;
.               t hall              ' larse, Reid,  Bruce;    for-
Coldicutt,    McGowan
ng.      , i.       ��� Lnms len. Siv             Goal, Ho
, -i    i ���          ���       \ ��� ��� _���    ���  ���         hal\    . '������
"Ml     .
a di .i-i ���       0. Canfield, V eaves, J, Hoult.
work  was rushed il     Mnlini     fll      n,     i1    Ryall
... ed     from i..  Tin nbull,
1   -
..    ,.
i ii
al   1 '    ���     '    ��� l1"--
: ���   ��� .-      ..   iiievlai
.      ; : ��� . ,-!,,, l-il\
-    ���   ,
i
II     !
mi   n ni       - line  ' as played
nd the Van
���- .  ihe  tormi i
��Inning b;   two goals to one. Collier
and Hai greavi     * om a penalty, nei
  [ted   ih..   lull   for  the   CnrptMitnrs.   and
-    Spi i il- foi ihi i lumbers    The game
skull    a. t  �� is qulei the scoring was aboui
imbla rlv<
��� .'.
REGIMENTAL SHOOTING
MATCHES AT HUN!)
in
L   NOTES.
nittli'hes of tht* Sixth Regiment,
11.  ���
i ,     in
.i
���      :-     '
���   ���
i I. matchi s i.l' and
U    ui I    ll
i-:. it.
��� d._
���   ! VV   'S
ft Ii     l'i
The   ���     w
���  n I
���
,ii   Moto+ni in McDonal '
waa the t ijpt, buI
il In ������      being 11
torn to ]
rial Su      nteiiden   K. ll   >
,    ,, c 1 e n e r a 1 M a
R. Glo.       ...,..! ed i '
.i wei
reck,
���    ���ie.'
a -        ,       ��� .    ���   I    : i
madi     for
,   , ,i    ..
, ,, I i
psenta Ive of play.
iiiii'-
���
i.  M. C.   \   ba
ll,   ,,.,!!    CO]
Vancouver bj  a
��� ,i    aboul
ore.     In    the
'i   M. C, \  unn from
l  ,     corea   be
ai oma, 19, \ un
.a the w rei   Iin
,...
Mr.   follows:
1. Lieut.
2, I
:   Sergi
i   .   ��� ,
T
am
���
consisting ���     <     ' ��� ���' "'
,\l. Donald   Ii
. ,i.      , -,-.: ���    In in
n |   j|    ornia.ll    "< uomiiu.   niuuruwr-
i car being si  >"��
for vVestra                             i the tram -.- i On his
bi in           ���    o .,s far  is a     0. J.   McQuarrie, local   man
LORD HAM'S SHOW WAS
INTERESTING PAGEANT
I. ind  -I    ��� n    ���       h ��� I...i i M
celebrating th
.,   e 'I'ni-<������ .*
���ini Bell, was
,. ���    .
ial.
'
liagcant  organized
1\V   ��� "I
Cod, awaj   fn m  peace,    aw aj     from
dlvin ���   love,   lntluen< ���      and     pi n ���
��� ��� ���      an ide i .���:'  the  Insen
i  le _    awaj.'    "-\v h. n     thi j
ietj    to     di ad< n
��� onsciem es   it   is   om   ol   the  sm- -i
signs thai they are ge tins    ������.      :.. ra
'', d     Voung in. n and wonn n, ma;,   l
ou   o create ind k<      a tend r
! mow   ��h
���.���en your Ioi  to I sin-
mi 'i    and    wonn a    v,
grown grey In 1        i       -  ���    thi   d
Ir  heai t -     tcoi
ill ii has r  ���     ���- nd t
���
The Still  Small Voce.
i'i   let     ���. our    . onsi ;- ni es
��� d.    Rem. mbi i      hi        ilce
king   a tin  night���the
God   in oui Bell ���v    is somi on<
h ���     so  ]    '.' i 'iiii;.   pui   it.   *4f peo !'-
. onsci. nei s,  li   , ���.
iwer oI    man    11      ��� ��� ��� -
thi m."
���  Ing p issed in n i lew tl e  la i
i anion h  t. thi     i omml
,| d.     foil an      ot
��� di   for companionship ns  far
a.  th -'i  and  blood  Is   t om ei ne I, bill
mi :       is, onslble foi  the compan-
, h .''it  give  to  books  you
��� |,   the  lit. ratar.    you   take    What
,i   i ms.     Is    Impun    literature,   the
lm   , tfeet of double meaning lit-
i     ire."
i har-
i . nil!
h
���   i
���
until    cars       ������
ll   ol
al
.   - eneral li
mt  supposed to change
ireci dence at Cedar Cot-
:IS ig .ion.' on everj other trip,
rage,
Chi,.,
8 *���' Mill
-
Ur, . n speni   everai
���   "a    Saturda)     ln-
,i    chool for
ii
.'a. loslves    \.as
���
tt lement,
ii ati th   head
ll ,i  of   plot
n India, 1 I -
���   ,       h      i. ,,
arc
���
________ ____________________
C.   Milne   	
Pen	
i     .i"	
... Capt.   Ma.!   McHarg
Perry  Trophy
The  I'.-ir..   Trophy   ha
ii, lng  smaii  cup, again   thi
, omlng the permanenl property "
winni'i   nl'   tl"'    -i't'llil .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,00, i     .   ,.,������:      ilision bj  some fortun-
|S.:   ,,;,. , j,in.',    is  .-I'l'in..on I,
i, *���      (1,1 reaching ' !e lar Cottage, Sw lti h
ITS, man W. Ellis notified Motorman Mc
H ���  oonal I thai  he had a clear track to
167   , having < vldentlj  forg ii
      i.i      i   \'i ticouver    bound * oar
'
eo  E Trorev, .he latter cupoe- ������ being ke
f th,.  |y on iin lasl trip of the day  The Idea
of therefore, thai the    Westminster   ���
.cores at  200, 500   600, 800    "
i. Lieut, T. Cunningham
:'  Capt.  Han   McHarg
::. Men;.  ('.  Mllne  . , ���
!. Corpl. Heaney  	
Sergt,  Taj lor   	
Lieut   .1.   Sclal i
Se, BO
' . .      '���       lit i:   '
vlaj '
had   not     pB    ���
166! station -at tin*  time,    Owini
i nn I oth cars were
hich  car,  they  had
-  .
v..    Dunlop,    traffic    managi ���
on.   t lonductoi   Ca lei   and    a
N'ews  man   boarded   the  Bardl
..,���!   ..nt   for   Beaconsfield,   where  the
delayed  passengers   were picked    up
  *'
^^^^^^���esiitmsibl^^H.
.    et, ti    vhat  hai  ot are
... he
tinted ignitude
'A'i    naturally   most t m ... ���   ,        ...   to]     .,,,.    cbritalan's
.ui i  was  nccom tanied  by a      . pointed oui   it   was their
 ��� i irage   t     ch traders
i .   ���-��� ftghi  -in as   hi   - ���    ���   which
md broughl home, The ear then ri
turned ro the scene of the wreck,
thi officials and a nuntbei of
employees remained until seven
...ioi k clearing the track ol the le*
iirls. one rm was taken back to
Wiaconvi r. wiiii, the other was
broughl to the Westminster car barns
re II '.*iii be repaired,
The ai .id. in wilt prqbably cosi tha
13 C. k. it. companj a Bmall fortune
i.i compensation . ad damai ���      rhera
an   agi >'. in- .. een  em ,:
ii.nl the B, C.  i.'.  R, whereby a Umli
of |1B00 Is       i    oom Ahirii
"
Chancer, who headed waa (.V|,.. |ifting up ,tg han<|  ,isa|nst
th<   pageant, was followed by a band ,;,���,     gjn   WOrked     lestruction    and
-1  y     '"'   bl    .creation   and [euth   and    ,   ��� ,.. ,,���,,  ,.,-  .,,,   greeA
Penzer and   Marlowe  were    attended Rnd  ,,   nd   iroclamatlons of Ihe Bal-
In nice  manner.     \  striking    feature ,.���,���   ^ M1V ,,,.,, H,  ,,���,  . ,   ., I(,0 ,0
u;,   William Caxton on a float with ,a .,,,  ;il . ,   ,. .,,., ���.,..,,. ���nd h
group of pi titers working an ancieni Th(   ,,;,:          ld .,.,, ,,,���,.,, exhort-
prlntlng pt   ���-���   Several companies of .i:il)M,   ,,���, ,,���. cu8t0marj  effect, and
la, in  gorgeous oostumes, and a ;,���. ,,,;������, ,    ,,.���, manj  eaita  ������. their
number ol  bands of music completed ,     ,,,   ,,,, ,  .,   .,���. ,,,.,,;...,,-  ,,, ,���
the ipei ine'..* 	
At   High   Wycomhe, a    picturesque i+     �����*������*������<.���<!���>��<>
Buckinghamshire town, the flrsi Lady >
Mayor came into office,   she li Miss ^
11,., e. I rfnclpal of the ilisih \\'.> t e ^
,  Bchool, and a graduate of Oir *y
ion college   i ambridgi      Bhe will  be .-,
i��������� every function of a ^
.- i     .:���    , ,
"    '   :    <'    injured.
toy   ot   the .. .���,.,, .diri
Central  Park ca
..
(Contlnti   l onl i
.'   out two ;
<���*<���������������������������������.������
TEN   KILLED   IN   FRANCE.
Maunteban. France, Nov. 9���
An express train was derailed
yesterdiy rear Grlsels. Ten
persons w��rc kiiled and  m*r��y
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S TARTS IN NANAIMO
AWantedA- Lost'-:- Found A  License Notices
1 for Sale *:- To Kent -:- tic. 1
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Run Expected to Be Heavy
This Season---500 Men to
Be Employed.
OFFICE GIRL  WANTED.  Apply  P.O.
Box   253,   City.
TO   RENT- Furnished    rooms    fromi
1  i er tt eels  up.    Sti am  heated,
buth and modern conveniens *. Ap-1
ply tii.- Vendome, or t    Mrs. Are'::-
er, Royal Cafe (formerly Lee's).
LOST- Sunday p.m., on Third street,
between Third and Pouri h aveni i .
a black cocker spaniel pup, aboui
six weeks' old; white spot on breast
and teet; this pup was too young to
wander very far awaj without be-
Ing carried. Finder will :e reward
ed on returning to \Ve3tmlnst t
Bowling Parlors.
N'anaimo, Nov. 9. -Herring ara now
running in various placi a along the
coast and some fair catches are |h'-
ius made especiallj at Pender harbor. Within two or three weeks, ao
cordlng to usual custom, it is expected the lish will be making their annual  visit   to  N'anaimo.
With each year the    value   of the
fisheries  of  Nanaimo increases.    En*
quiry at  Inspector Taylor's office elicits the information that the business j WILL the teamster who brought down]
this year will be conducted on a larg-1    the  blocks and  tackle  for painting
er scale than ever with probably buUjto the  Brackman-Ker wharf for    Joe
nun  being engaged. Tambouline's four week, ago pi ase
Last year fifteen drag seine licenses      notify J. Lynn, wharfinger.
were issued and twentj gill nei lici n-   ���-���������-���	
���,e.-.    Practically all of those holding  ALL  kinds    of   skin ined    and
licenses   lasl   year   will  be  operating!    dressed.    D.Cameron,    124 Twelfth
here again   this  season   with  several j    street, P. O. Box 732.
more  companies  fr tn   the   mainland. ���    RENT_Suite   furaished   rooms,
With  all   these men,  mosl  of  whom,    ^hai)h, fm. ..gh. hougekeeping   v
come 11'.,iu outside points here, being ,,      _    ...
jnv to Alex, speciv.
employed   in this  industry,   i:  will  be ' ,	
seen thai  the fisheries    ol    Nanaimo  FOR  RENT^Furnished  housekeeping
.in dollars and cents, means something     rooms;   clo. e in;    beautiful    view;
annually to the city.   Each of the drag      furniture for sale,    Enquire room 7,
seines  will employ on an average of|    Burr block.
8 to l" men.   The Japanese companies
holding  licenses,  employ  many more WANTED���BoaTd and mom in prlvat
to each seine, as high as 12 to 18. The      family by young man. Api
gill nets will engage a'aout two men to1
a s.'ino.    Besides those actively engag*
NOTICE " .���   given that I  in
tend i" aid ���' at the next sitting
Hie Licensing Board for the Citj
New w ��� 3tniin ter for a renew aj
lie. n. e to ��� U liquors by retail on
pr, mlsei . iv n as the Windsor n
situated on C t tmbia and Be
si i eets, in ' - said City of New W,
minster.
!'. 0. BILODEAU.
New Westmin iter, Nov. ::, 1908,
NOTICE ���    h i-eby given that 1
tend  to applj   at  the  nexi  sitting ol
the Licensing Board of the   City   ol
Xew  Westminster for a    renewal    of
li. ein.e to sell liquors by retail on
premises known as the Russell Ho el,
situated  on Carnarvon    and    Begbh
streets in the said cHy of New W
minster.
F.  C.  CAMERON.
New Westminster, N'ov. 3, 190S.
NOTICE Is herebj given that I intend to apply at the next sittiim ol
the Licensing Board o�� the City I
N'ew Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors on the premises
known as the Depot Hotel situated on
corner of Columbia and Eighth street
in the said City of New Westminsti
,i. WISE.
New Westminster, Nov. 3, L908.
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WANTED���Pupils for violin and man-
fees     moderate.       Address
Cay.
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It is estimated that the value of WA.NTED���Girl to assist with light
the Nanaimo fisheries in all Its dif- housework; good wages. Apply be-
ferenl branches last season in Nanai-! tween 1^ and 1 o'clock noon, A. W.
mo   proper   was  close   on   to    half
million   dllii.rs.
McLeod Insurance office. Armstrong
block.
WANTED���A nice Japanese hoy who
understands English, wants position
at house work. Japanese No. 1
house, Sapperton, He Asa.
Australian   Politics.
Melbourne,  Australia,    Nov.    6.���In
the  federal  house of    representatives
at Melbourne today, Wisher, the labor,
leader, announced that his party was  WANTED���Nursing, or daily work by
'in.!, le to continue its support of the |    English woman.   Apply Box '.._7.
Deakin ministry.    Deakin moved    an'
adjournmenl  and the hout e rose.
A'O LET���Furnished bedroom.    Appl;
4:;:i Dickenson street, th- Crescent
At Work on u. s. Tariff. WANTEDGood plain    sewing    n  1
Washington,     Nov.    9.��� Chairman      done.    Apply .Mrs. .1. Simpsi n.
Payne    t the House of Committee on      street, P. 0. i3ox 937.
Waj-s and Means arrived ai Washing-]
li n todaj and immediately set to work
1 , get ready for the Committee's bear- j
Ings on the tariff,
WANTED���White waitress;  30   ;   ���
ges.     Apply   to   West   El  I
ant.
NOTICE.
A special meeting of the i; C.
Fishermen's Union will be held <>n
Saturday afternoon, Nov. 14th, ai 2:30
o'clock, in Hardman's Hall, New
Westminster.
All fishermen are speclall,. invited
to attend.
T.  WELDON,  President,
P,   PETERSON, Secretary.
WANTED���A   curs,'    -iii.    Mrs.   I
Jones.
V !���: S T M I N S T E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new mat agement,
266 Columbia Btreet, Phone 366, P.O ;
box 807.    Can supply you  with   ill
kinds of  help    promptly,    tree    of;
charge.    Branch office. 107 Cordova I
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancou
ver, B. C.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 intend to applj at the nexl sitting of the
Licensing Board of the City of New
Westminster ;jv a renewal of licenst
to sell liquors by retail on the premises known as the Cosmopolitan noti I,
situate on Columbia street, opposite
C. P. R. depot, in the said City of -V-.,
Westminster.
J. B. D. McDONALD.
N( w Westminster.  N'ov. 3, 190S.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Hoard for tbe City of New
Westminster for a renewal of license
to sell liquors by retail on the premises known as the Colonial Hotel, situ-
at the corner of McKenzie and Clark-
con streets, in the Baid City of New
Westminster.
M, F. iNSLEY.
New  Westminster, Nov, 3, 190S.
NOTICE :- hi * given that 1 in
:��� nd to appl.'. at the next 3ittin
the Licensing Hoard of the city of
New Westminster for a renewal oi
license to sell liquors by retail on tl"'
premises known as the Fraser Hotel
situati d on the corner of B< gbie .and
Front 3traets In the said City of New
W ���    minster.
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ALFRED SWANSON.
N'ew Westmin-:''.'. Nov   3,  L908,
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Tenders Wanted
Japanese Employmenl Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
NOTICE Ib herebj given thai I Intend to app j al he nexl - i 1 ing of
the Licensing Board for the Citj ol
New Westminster tor a renewal of
license to sell liquors bj ��� tail nn the
premises known as the Royal Citj
Hotel, situated corner of CuBtoms
House Square and Columbia "."-, In
rhe said City of New Westminster.
E. FALCH,
New Westminster,  Nov, 3, 1908.
Synopsis ��jf Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
I     Male  and Female  hsip   Promptly
Sealed tenders (whole am! separate) Furnished.
marked  "Tenders for Bridge" will  bejCOLUMBIA    and    McNEtcEY   8T8.,
received  iy the undersigned up to 1
p.m.  of  November   Tth,  190S,  for  thel       NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
following:                                              Phone 431-                     p. o. bo�� ��85.
1.    To  supply    the    material    and I	
luiild   the substructure  of    a    bridge!
J. Newsome & Sons
across the North Arm of the Fraser
river at the alte of the presenl  l.uiu!      D   *  , ,   ~
island bridge in thi, city. Painters and Decorators
2.   To put iu pi ice and complete the Estimates on All Work Given
sftperi ructure   ol   said   bridge,   the 1 ,flo c.  ,,   .
rials for which will be prov.ded\���9 Sixth Avenue
bj  the corporation. New Westminster
Plans and Bpeclflcationa can be Been	
.,; the offici  of the City Clerk.
A marked cheque for Fifteen Hundred  Dollars  nms:   accompanj    each
lender.
The lowest, or .any tender not neces* penitentiary SUPPLIES.
sarily accepted.  __
W. A. DUNCAN, F|0ur.
City Clerk.    ,    Sealed   tenders, a Idressed   "Inspec- ;
City Hall, New Westminster, Oct. 13, j tors  of  Penltentia h      Ottawa,"   and.
;'"'"��� j endorsed   "T;endem   for   Flour,"   will
be   rec lived   until   Monday   UOth   No-
Alex. Speck's Sporting Goods r^JSSl'   ,': :;,;A,
t\���  ���- '   Bour   until   30th   November.   1909,   tor
, .,, ,-,,,,     ''"'    undermi ntioned     penitentiarie
Guns   and    ammunition,    toothaiis.
,.  , . , ,   ! nanielv :
umbrellas,  typewriters,  fishing tackle
etc., and all  kinds of Ughl  automatic      Kll^i|"" Penitentiary,
machiner;   rep. 1 S'' Vlncenl *�� Paul P^'tentlary,
Any available Dominions lands wiih-
r|iu the railway belt iu British Colum-
; uta, may oe homesteaded by any pt'i'slou
*ho is tbe sole head of a family, or
nny male over Is years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of mo
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tbe local laud office for the district in
which tbe lmd is situate.    Entry by
Notice is '��� erebj  given that   we hJp���**- nia>'. however, be mad. on cer-
!,,���! to apply at ih,- nexi sitting of the|taln co'ldili'^ '�� the father, mother,
Licensing Board  for the City of N ���    !8on' "all^ter' ���Jl'-Jtlier or BlBt��r of an
Westminster Cora renewal ol license j---*ten��Hr,s homesteader.
,, ,. ..       ,        .  .,       ..      _., ,���  .    The hdmesteadei is i-eq:ilred to per
to si I! liquors hv retail on tin- prem-
jform the  conditions connected there*
Ises known a* the Holbrook Hot*!, I tvith i.u.ler one of the following
situate I on Front Btreet, 'plane:
JOHN McNTVEN & D.   -i. nov .,,!>.  ;    (ii     m least a'.x moui'i.* residence
New* Westminster, Nov. 1. 190S, upon ami cultivation of the land    In
  r-H'h   year  for three  years.
NOTICE is hereby giv< I    I   a      (2)    li i.e  father (or mother, if tht*
tend to apply at' the nex Itting oftfather Is deceased), of the bonn**
the  l.ir.-n in-,'   Board   roi Citj  ofjiteader resides upon a farm in    th*
New Westminster, for 1 wai of viclnltj of the land entered for, in.*'
license to wil jplritous liq 1 bj re- requirement u to resilience may be
tail on tne premises knov      ,     the'satisfied by such person residing wita
mm >ia  'he father or mother.
in   lh"      V')    If tbe settler ha3 his perman-
il  New eft  residence upon fanning laud own*
; ed by him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the  requirements    as    to residence may be satisfied by   residence
VOLUNTEER     BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
WARNING   TO  PURCHASERS.
ti--..... perform I
di ace duties  bj
land owned   Bolel
than < Ighty  1801  a
,n inity of bl
- ownership in land will no
requlremi nt
Cli    If the father I
father Is deceasedj 0 ��� *
Has  permanent  re I    n '��� on lari
land owned solely  by hlm, ��':
than eighty  (80)  acres In 1 -
the ���icinity of th-- homestead, or m
Everj asslgnmeni of the right of a
South  African   Voluteer entitled to a
land grant   must    be  bv  way   of ap- 1
, , '    on 1. homestead 1 nti red tor t>) "'I
potntment ol a substitute and must be        , .   , ���, . .    ,   d
,    ,,    , . ,   , ,      .     . n the vicinity, such homesteaaer nu
in the form provided by the Act. ' . ,..,... _l
perform   his  own  r. s. lenci    ������ ���    Jl
living with the father ior motberkj
1 provided by the Act.
Special attention is called to Subsection ��� : of Section 5 of the Volunteer j    '"-   rno iern
ilotiut
Act.  1908.
which provides that precedlng paragraphs la defined
no asslgnmeni of the right of a vol- {moanlng not more than nine miles
unteer by the appointment of a sub-L dlm,t ]inPi exclusive .���' the *���
stitute shall be accepted or recognized 10�� ro.u1  allowances crossed   In
of  the   Interior |.
ny the  Department    <>t   tne   mi-3"*-"^ I measurement
whicli is not executed and dated after |     jgj    A   bomesteadei
the  date  of  the  warrant  for tbe land
grant issued by
(5)     A
uerrorm   bia   residence
.  th-e Minister of Militia I cordance with the a
and Defence in favor of the volunteer, j w)tb parents or on farinin    md i
ed  by himself musl
for the district of su.'!. IntM
Six months' notice In ��"
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.1. W. OREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands,  Ottawa.
:'Mh  September   L90S.
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l.iv-r; 0,1'    \i-ie -.     11 e.     ,|       .   I
Htrei 1 In tbe westei Ij im<
Oven's Block, In 1 he suld fit;
Wesl mln ti r
ALEX   MATHESON
New  Westminster,  Nov    1   1908,
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on the Wh.rl.'
Dorchester Penitentiary,
Manitoba Pi niti ntlary,
British Columbia  Pi nltentiary,
Alberta    Peuiteutlary,      Edmonton
FOR SALE CHEAP. All;|
l'"'-' norse ')0Wer "n-in" Forms of tender and Information aa
""'  Btraw '���"������''''��� to form of contract   will be furnished
(''*" '"'���' ���'"*��� exPre8a wa*on' on application to the wardens of the
Also a good assort me ni of new and  penltentlarlpt
second hand good*. DOUOLAS  STEWART,
SPECK & CRANDELL GEO. w. DAWSON,
Speck Block, Near Tram Offi-e. Inspectors of    Penitentiaries,
ph in.   273.                                           '    Ottawa, Octobei 20,1908.
upon the said land.
NOTICE is hereb thai thirty     Six months' notice in writing should
days after date we Inti nd lo apply to be given to the Commissioner of Dom-
F. S, Hussey, superintendent Provfn- 'nion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
cial  Police, Victoria, R   c, for a re- apply for patent.
newal oi the liquor license held by us COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
for tin* St. Ali., Hotel, situate at leasod for a period of twenty-one yars
Harrison  Hoi  Sprii j at  an   annual rental   of  $1   por  .if-re.
The Harrison Hot Springs Co., Ltd.,    Not   more   than ilf.GO acres shall   l>c
Qeorge Hartnest    Manager. leased to one individual or company.
;    lid  Nov.  1,  1908, A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton  shall he collected  on    the    merchantable coal mined.
W. W. COltY,
Deputy of the Minister of ��hn Interior
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family  trade  a  specialty.
Office   Eight itrSft
be given to the Commlai
minion Land, at Ottawa  of tot*-
io apply for patenl
W   v,
Deputy of the Minis* I
N   B��� Unautnortz - "; " I
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ynopg.s     of     Canadian     NortnWei>
Homestead   Regulations.
A'jy even numbered section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by 1
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any malts over 18 years of
age, to the extent ot one-quarter sec-, ARE  NO        ���    ' sTOr
tlon of 160 acres, more or less. , ���**��� MOREY'S STA mVAN,
1    r    GAMON'S  CIGAH   *-"
Application   for   entry     must     be, J   *   "    ,r8    DRUG   STORE
made  in person   by   the  applicant *^���*���%A.L,, Co|0mbla Street
a Dominion Lands Agency    or    sub--   ������''
agency  for the district in  which the
land Is situate.    Entry by proxy may,
made  at  an  agency
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ACCOUNTANT AND  AUDITOR
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.   ��?.   c. New We;tminster P.O.Box 795
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however,  be  made  at  an agency  on
certain conditions by the father, moth- j Columbia and
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of; ornc
an intending  homesteader. High 01*83 Moving ^ ^
The homesteader Is rejulred to per-   trated Songs.   Program
form the homestead duties under one | day, Wednesday and    ' l'^
of the following plans- | 7rrv7^>~^
At least six months' residence i '*���
(1)
upon  and   cultivation of the land   in
each year for three vears.
(2)    A Homesteader may, lf lie  so
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Canadi an Pacific   Mr. Edmund CarroSi
RAILWAY COMPANY
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First class Dairy Butter,
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HARDMAN I CO.
IH1TE81DE  &  EDMONDS, Barrl*"
and Bollcltore, Blackie Blk..
Colum ia Btreet,   New    weatminater.
W. J. Whit.'Side. H. L. Kdmonds.
.RTIN &  McQTJARIUB, BARKIS'
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Is good, and in its miry depths the bad politicians of the east will wallow for
the next 20 years, but we of the more favoured west, and youngest of all in the
family of confederated provinces have been forgiven, and even though we have
. av. lly naughty let us climb i ut :'it, for do we not hear the Great Liberal Chieftain's cheery voice promising us absolution, and stating that he in-
ends carrying out his program of developing the great west in spite of the
fact that we have not been very good to him.  So, there, with three cheers for
Laurier, the Magnanimous,
iot us gi      '   the game again.   Our prosperity is assun d in spite of What the
croa and this great country must continue to grow by leaps and
boui ; ��� '' ' ��� come.
Ours is posi ; i. Ely the only sub-division on the markel through which the
Chii1 '       '     .   Others are ad verl     las  fronting on the tram,  etc.,
is .-:;.:. their pi oprietors even . far as t i try to per-
.   >.   ,  toplanl   takes across his sub-division, marked to sent
the B. G. E        _ tramline.   Thi limit, and such criminal at-
��� ai mis ti ation should be sevei I   p mishe I.
Wehaveou  re] u ; ��r honest and fair dealing to m I w. and when
we state that we I elieve there is no be ten hance to make money than by investing right here, we '��� >at fact in mind.
The work of placing ties along the lim i being pushed ahead and in a
short time the rails will be laid throughout the first section to Cloverdale. We
have a number of choice block ! ifl in our 900 acre sub-division at South Westminster, and now is the right time to secure one, or better still, two of them.
When cars commence running prices must jump right up, and at no point
along 'Sue whole route to Chilliwack will such marked advances be noticeable
as at this end, where our principals practically control the situation. When
this splendid subdivision is sole, out, which cannot he long at the rate the 5-acre
blocks are now going, they wil! and put on the market another 1000
acres. The prices, however, will be more thnn double what they arc al present,
so don't put off, or one of the chances, which only come occasionally in a lifetime, will pass by.
You will readily under-' hat it will me in to have about AM'* a ires of
id land, which    ���   > the present has lain  idlt    practically in sight of N<
Westminster, subdivided and settled on by hundred        ���   jperousai I happy
families.
Why, pric >b ���*���**���* '''" '  : -      ���   ! ' ,!V w . are  i
of it, reach the same level a   at   C mtr tl Park, o.
minster line, viz., $1,000 per acre.
Stop!   Thie': ' '   Act !!!
Our carrii       jo over every day    A.ny hour will suit us.   It only takes
half an hour to di      over.
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New  Westminster,   B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS    )
Culihehed by  the Daily  .News Publishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
offices,  corner  of   Sixth   and   Front , ���*-,'"l"'.
street.., Xew Westminster,  B.  C.
i.n prererenoe Canada could hardly
inter Into an arrangement n rh,. sug-
��� ��� **n ii of Washington thai does nol
Include the whole British nation in its
���.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
MN ACCIDENT IN HISTORY
UF B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY
ACCIDENT
LIFE
SB    INSURANCE
TUESDAY. NOV. 10, 19C8.
���HOLD  THE   TIMBER."
This sound advice was handed out
by Mr. James J. Hill, the railway magnate, at a banquet given in .ii.? honor
!,.\ the Vancouver board of trade on
Saturday last. While late In the day
for us to call a halt it is noi yet too
late, and we opine thai some good
may result, for, in the same issue of
the governmenl organ that reports hla
speech, we find the News-Advertiser
"entirely in accord." This sudden
conversion from the declared jiolicy of w,a*v
the McBride government, of allenat-
ins ili<- timber areas of the province
for the purpose of providing a yearij
incline by way of taxation, and the
uttxn.c defense of thai policy by three
ministers, Premier McBride, Ho..
Capt, Tatlow and \\<m. Mr. How.-,:.
the gigantic fortune- made by some
of the government supporters was not
commented on by tiii.. same Journa',
the News-Advertiser, when page after
page in its issues contained nothing
bin notices of application for timber
leases. It was then that the most
powerful conservative organ in the
province should hav,- sounded the
warning note, but no halt in the giveaway policy was made until ihe reclp-
(Continued trom page Oue.)
company, bul the claims which will be
sure to com..- in from passengers ..iii
undoubtedly be heavier than this, A
conservative estimate of the cosi of
the switchman's blunder to the B C.
E. H. is placed at $50,000.
The funeral of the two v;r-i_u; of
the accident will lake place tomorrow afternoon to the I. O. O. F.
cemetery, when representatives of
the Knights of Pythias, uftder whose
auspices the funeral will take place,
the Orangemen and the Street Rail-
Men's    I'niun    will    attend    in
SICKNESS
FIRE
Old Established and Reliable Companies.
Claims
romptlyAd . ��� .,;.
White, Shiles & Co
260 Columbia Street,
New Westminster   R   r-
large numbers.
The Two Victims.
.\lunlock  McDonald,  the  motorman
who was instantly killed, uas 30
y.-ars of age, and had been living at
the Cosmopolitan hotel t'or the past
two years. Me was a native of
Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, and was a
i achelor, He is survived by his mother
and four sisters, three of whom reside at the old home the fourth beini; in the United .States al the present
time. For sum,, time after coming
here, -McDonald worked on the
dredge  King  Edward,
Get the Habit
Twenty-four
Ralph Jamleson, who was fl years
of age, is survived by a widow, three
ienis of the government's bounty were j children, a brother and mother, all of
so loaded down, that the bottom drop- whom live at Sapperton. He had been
jied out of the market. The timber in the employ of the B. C. E. R. aeon-
limit market bus not recovered yet, siderable time and was one of the
and while the governmnl may refuse j most popular men on the line. He
leases for a period, we think that the | was a member of Granite Lodge, Xo.
finance minister mis.sed the chance of
hi.- life when he let all the "unearned
Increment" enter the pockets of the
speculators instead of going into the
provincial treasury to wipe out the
provincial public debt, which it assured l.v would have done. However,
so much has gone that is unrecoverable, and we must make the most of
what remains. We are Slad to see
the conversion of the government organ in these words: "Bul the government's policy should be to secure the
unearned increment for the people, as
Mr.  Hill  Indicated."
6, K. of P., having joined this lodge
alter Fraser River Ixidge. Sapperton,
of which he was a charter member,
had ceased to exist.
cases of toys, rocking horses,
fancy goods, Xmas papetries,
Xmas stockings and hundreds
of other Xmas articles, just
o -tied out. These are the
best selected, largest stock, and
greatesi varietj of toys and fancy goods ever shown In the
city. Several more cases still
to arrive, including a Large variety ��f wagons, dolls' carriages, etc. Thest. s;oods are well
worth   your  inspection.
s ���cial for today���No. 7 Puff Envelopes, 5c per pkg. This is a regular s ieclal.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
TME
Royal Cafe
i Late Lee's, i
Entirely   New   Management
Proprietress,      MRS.     ARCHER
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
i >.. sters on  the half shell.
(lame and  fowl in  season.
Meal  Hours:
ti;. akfasi 6 to 11  a. m.
Lunch    ll :30 to 2 p.  in.
Dlnm ;��� ..   .. ���":���!" ;o 7:30 p. m.
Light   Refreshments  and  Short
Orders at  all  hours
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.       Entrance Columbia and Sixth  sts.
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talent, will give the first of a. series
of popular concerts in the K. of P.
hal] on Saturday evening, Nov. ll. at
8.15. Tickets for sale at H. Ryall's
and McKenzIe's pharmacy. Tick -
25c and 15c.
Weir, -day   Special-
30c and 10c each.
-Cheese Dishes
CHOICE   MEATS
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Wfltch     our
Xmas ;._!.  -.
Specials
suitable
'��� Corner Eighth St. and    birth Aveuue
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Now  thai   Canada  has    become    a
force :n the commercial world, we find ;
many of the foremosi Amei leans, Ki
publicans as well as Democrats, sug-
ge ting a change by r moving the c is-
toms   barrier  nov.   existing    between
the two countries which are separated ti?  the  i 'i.i.   It is significant that
since  we  have given  v\liat is known
as   British   preference all  talk  ahout!
reciprocity comes from our neighbors.
our policy with respect to the movement became fixed when we received
the   rebuff   at   Washington,   and     nil
Canadian  statesman  could   with    dignity re-open the question,   Sine- that
rebuff wis administered to Sir Wilfrid j
Laurier,  we have  nol   only grown  In
I ide importance,  but   we  have    e n
n .ching out, with a large mea.su:,. 0f
Success, for the markets our American   oouslna  had   v. ry largely   controlled.   We have bei une competitors
in  very  many  Hues of  mjbufactured
goods.   Our trade ��Ith the Orient haa
gone up  by leaps and  bounds,  while
thai ol the I'nited States has not onlj !
In some lines in which
��� * d with tin-in ha   ��� illen off .
entirel...    We have m id i such inroad - li
fgrain  carr; Ing   ���; ������ ' ���   that: I
he X n Yoi l< t lhamber o   C       en     ,
ii l ., si ate commi sion to en- '
WtiXft t*,ll ���    ' e  gi rn   ti illi .    W ���  not
..: ry 'li   percentag ��� ol the grain
th j ca.. led foi us, but we ai ��� cai r; -
erj     much    ot    thi ir    harvi it
through   u tr  terrltorj    and    shipping,
: rom our own | on 9 at I he soal card,
Then- can b    no qui stion    bul    thai
1 he nation   w Ith    a    popu al Ion    ten
times  gre iter than  our.-    Is    fei 1 ti ���
!-e- t.i   the ' "'ni etl i .a 1'.in,ida is 11��� 11-
1 !!���   up toi l it is ever cropping up In
the speeches of thoughtful men over
there, aad when they are 111   ft iin   I
a    lubllc functions here.
Ther.' is an added reason for alarm
on their part, that is the steady Influx
Into ''.i.iiida from th LJnlti d Stati a
<;f that (las 1 of well-to-do sett Ier
which any nation is glad to welcome,
The United States manufacturer
would like to follow these p xjple with
the Implements th ���> have been In the
habit of using on their American
hold: '_-. This cannoi '.e done so
profitably as long a* tb*' tariff wall
exi is. and while it may be a source
ol annoyance and of expense to the
transportation companies, the customs barrier Is prettj sure if a long
lit,., from 1 x'odloncy aa well as ne-
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"QUALITY'    The tut Here Um J
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Made in blaak
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PRICK ;
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PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia   Street
SOLE AGENT  FOR 23TH  CENTURY     BRAND     HIGH   0**AUt
TAILORED   GARMENT   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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Geo. A. Slater's 'VrySox^
^Doctorj Special'
McPherson "Anti-Wot:
These are first class makes, and
keep the feet absolutely dry.
will
Women's Waterproof Boots
H EATING STOVES
ii you tvftnl a beater for soft oi hard c6al oi ivoi i v.- them.
Oxford Florence, Oxford Oaks, handsome In appearance and ill "'
heavy nlekle trimmings.   Also large range of airtight heati
lx> nol forget to call in and Inspect our Oxford and I "
Ranges, the 1  age   that give real genuine satisfaction.
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and     will j bridge wen       . led  in to    the    citj
tee in this city,    clerk on   .- but   thos.- mailed
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tl ' -:     Mixture.
Tner i  I]   lisi    at    the
���nonthlj   ci ,,..,   ttlli<.|,    begins
"���'���*���  ln"l!i'       ii fori   Us honor Judge
Howa.
If you w mt ., i.i,-,. hiuc',1. cooked bj
a white < op in at Kenny's res
taurant. ����
morrow.
Anything     you    want    and
served al Kenny's restaurant.
nirelv
Sevonty-flve cent  Columbia Dis<    -
cords going ai     ��� cents.   .1. H. Todd's
music bouse, Bun 'dock. �����*
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LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C
Opposite  Lome  Street.      Phone 73,
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At the sitting  ��� :   the  lull coun  In
Vanoouver  this morning, the re&en
cd case of James Jenkins, convicted
of murder, wa* set to come up, but it
is doubtful  if the  business    wi.i
Umbrellas^
���i i�� exp- ih ��� a bacteriological
li  ": ���   ' i ., lam water will
be present 0itJ council ai an
lonld at once settle I
an;    io I     purity of    the \m U"UU"U1 ���-*���.*
I much advanced, as two of the judges m
are 111, and this limits the list before 2
Cl   i    Havana   cigars ot    exclusive whom cases maj '.io heard on appeal.    3
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Specials...
'.o (lr s ;:',,:.
a  '���'���' Bri lanti
'���-^  ''>.  C   Cigar fai
madi
by   the'
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Good  worl ,"!n-_    done    at    the
Clearing out crockery war,   at cost
K\lc's, Front stri   t,
AT
Ridiculous Prices
Smok..  Ro*, a] Cil -   Mixture 3
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mouth of tin r in the moving of     * ��
and ��� the current is constant-1    The   sixty-seventh   anniversarj     oi   "
bringing down,   .  -     lng tin   ueces-   th^  birth of ll,  K.   h.   King  Edw,a
nary preliminai \   to the larger  works   vil was not marked bj anj greai dis- J
the governt is in hand. play'of bunting in this cit;        terday,
only   a    ve .-.     few    buildings    flying1
If you require anyth;n_, In the
following line come to   '-.
Bananas (good ones), doz.. 30c
Oranges i Navals), doz. ...50c
Grapes  (California), ' i-!���:��������� 60c
Apples   (Okahag id   an I
tosh Reds i, box  ....
Mcln-
$2.50
Apples (local) $1-00. $1.25. $1.50
Walnuts, three ;;�� 50c
pigs and Table R i
C. A. Welsh
The   People's
Grocer
Phones 193 aud  t43.
'i'i. ��� bi st plai ..... -_>���; fall I u!  s and
Brst-class    cut     Cowers    is
greenhouse,   Tel,   li 208.
the Union .lack.
51.25 and $1.50 Umbrellas for 75c
lozen  In the lot.   Good, serviceable umbrellas,
-.   ;.I    t<      frames, fancj pearl and bone handles, not one
��� whir la wel] worth |1.25 to $1.50.   To kee;, up
demonstrate the tact  thai  we are Indeed the
ling at eastern prices   we are offering this _nag-
���    - _:.'^.ition   at 75c each.
$2 and $3 Umbrellas for $1.50
,  i iz -n in 'bis lot    Steel  fran ���       mother-o'-
- gnn metal hai Ilea      Real  Glo   ���   co\ en d   with
:   $2.00   to   J3.00
 $1.50
. I i"c v  .,���.,..    Reference was made
����  to the ev, m  ai  some    ol    the    city
[churches,  the  national  anthem   being
t     The funeral ol  the late Ole (Meson  snns as   tn ex ression of loyalty.
took place on Saturdaj to the Lutheran   cemeterj   at   Annlevllle,   In    the
'  *.  absence ol   Ri v.   B.   A. Sands.   Lutheran   minister,   Rev,   A. Shil.lrick  officiating.
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All dealers handle "B, C ' and "Old
Sport"    cigars.      The    old    reliable
?9  brands
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��� ���
Of     lhe    ���
Blue Mountain  Sociables will be glv-  ���
The opening entertainment
en in the  H ie  Mountain schoolhouse! 5
tomorrow night at S sharp.   Adults 25 J
cents,   Chil
Cut flowers ai
Tidy.
to    ��� -.��� -
;1  hull)
....   kinds.
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.2  Notice to Orangemen
L. O. L. 1 15 O
ii
tnd u rs ... the above
o  meet    u  ih
NEW   ARRIVALS
. -   irrlval     ar ���    new   Tapi   tr;     Covers,
new  Cu"    ���;  i ops and Fani ���  Worl   Aprons
to flporti Cloaks
Special Sale of Linens
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
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rproof Shoes
".)  lodge
g  Orangi    H ill,   Royal avi nue,  at   12 30
q  tomoi row, ts'ovi m er 11, for the pur-
��� .    .     ittendli funeral  ol  our
��� ite brothei .I-cl   nal I
Q      Offlcei     md   n ol    L. O. L
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��� By
R.  G.   PA'l Tl [.SON,
Woi Master.
Knights, Attention
All  members of Grani .   Lod ������. N i,
i 16, and  Royal  Lodge, No. ti. K   cf ''���
in-,, re [ueste I to  ittend the funeral ol
our lai.e brothers,  Ralph A. Jamleson
and Murdock M   McDonald, on    Wed-
j net-day, Nov. 11, ai  i  p. m. Members
will assemble In  the K. of P.    Hall,
whence they  will  march ;���> the I- ()-
o. l*. cemetery.
Sojournln | brethren are invited    to
ittend
I,   GRIMMER,   C.   C.
Granite Lodge, No. 16.
C. STEIN, C. C.
GOOD
Second  hand   HEATERS  at a?
Snap.
Mrs,  Towl       .   Langli j. on   Friday
of  Last   u, suffered    a    paralytic
stroke from which she may not recover.    Mrs. Towle, who is mer seventy  *>
years of age, has  bi en    - lng  in  the  J
a*
district  fot   many  years, and ia    the  ���*��� ^
mother  of Towle,    of    the  ����������������������������������_�����������������<_����������.��*�����������*�������������'.���������.*����������������
Langley Commercial botel, Stanlej  C,
Towle,   of  tin    Langlej  Creamery,   D.
M. Towle and Mrs, .1   Drum-   �����������������������*��������������������������������-��������>-��-��*����������#*>������������������������������������-���������������-������
: Hardman, James & McClaughan:
Cor. Front and Sixth Sts. |
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For    sale���s.-vm    roomed    housi
baih   room,
shed;     horse   st .
fruit trees; on full iot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
street. **
None of the new tm ��� from ���
much Is expected by the Rovers this
������ ison took part lu the trial ye*terdaj
bul whatever difficulties tiiere may
be in the transfer of Saul aud Shaw-
cross from the Vancouver teams wl b
wh.. ii they have signed, the cl i i
as ired of the services of Sawyers,
a spi. :i lid centre half, who will appear In the club colors on Saturday
againsi the Celtics in a league fixture. Sawyers iias played for the
Thistles and  latterlj   for Nanaimo.
One of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
We specialize this part of our
business and t t antee sat
isfaction to o .^rs.
Canned  Goods
We have Just     received
other   carload    of t'ae     famous
Tartan Brand Canned    Goods
Fruit and Vegetables.    Be sure
to try these goods before buying
others.
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I Public Supply Stores GE0prAoDfMS
The kind that will
keep your feet
DRY during this
awful wet weather. Remember
a guarantee our
shoes waterproof.
These Shoes are
sold only by
Empire cream so.las. -���> cents  per.,
n     Kyle's, Front Btreet. **'��� Columbia   Street.        New   Wettminstet,  B.  C.
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Prop.
Phone   92.
Best Quality
Regular Size
The Reliable Shoe Man
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i:..v. n  Japanese  and  two Chinese
were enmeshed in  the  dragnet  of  the
'      law on Saturdaj evening, following a
drill in Chinatown by Chief of Police
Mcintosh and members of his    force.
the coalition of Asiatics being dlscov.
.  . i . ii .ro.-sed in a game or li i.*..nd en
the   ���.round   floor  of   a  store   kepi    bj
Tom   i  - o  on   Mclnnes street,    Th<
t.iirti en   devotees   of   lhe   ruddess      -.1
chum ���   were escoi ������ .1  to the    polli e
station   where the;   w. re givi n tli<'i'
I . .     "tt furnishing bail   for   I
, ice in  thi   police   court    tli ���
irnlng to answer to a charge of in
in    ,11    unlawful    game   ol
....    . la., s aei id-lit  ou the B, C,  i'
i,        lonstrated the obllgal Ion evei
man who travels Is under of protect
���ll   .and   hie     faniil.     a| ain ���
i   tnfon Been   tvents, Wh te, :'���'>
&  Co . 260 Columbia si reet, citj.  ' I I
givi   you reliable Information on Ac
cideni and Life insurance,
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.oils,
Ovals
3 for 25c
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URTIS
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DRUG   STORiE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
in greai distress 'because a fellow
countryman has appropriated hi-A
ivatch and chain, Ah l.tm, a Chinese
mark* I ardener living on Lulu Islan i
..a Saturday afternoon sou:.h, a sis
aa. ������ :n iii the provincial pollc I for
thc   I'Ol ".ery   of   hly  timepiece.     \. i'ii
the assist.mco of chief Constabl
Spain and CoMtable Wilkie, the BUS- J
peel van located, and on bi Ing i li Belj o
que.: iuiied admitted the deed, 'mo1^
culpril returned the watch and chain.jn
bui this .ini not appease the Ire oi the ^
complainant,  who  insisted    on    the ���
v.ouM-la.    Ihlef   being   I  di ed   in     111"   ���
provincial ja'i pending a bearing bj   ��.
.\inl is your bouse furniture, clothing, etc.,  Insu if not
������on cannoi aftord to tatce the chance of losing it iu a tew minutes
by fire when you cun insure u in a reliable Canadian company
for $1000 at a cost of less than a cent a day.
Anyone will admit that It is worth more than that to be without the worry of finding JfOUr home in ashes some day ������ ' h no
compensation for your loss.     %   f .Af*^ A ���*^-</A    ^^!
Let me quote you a rate on either a new poll \v or an old one as
1 can save yon money on your promlum.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
the stipendary magistrate.
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B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
tllard fatock. New Westminster, E C
One    Hundred   and    Seventy   Soldiers
Reported   Killed   Cy *'>   Miles        Telephone 54.
From S IMiwtSV       YuGfl       CO
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TIME TABLE
P. O.   Box 665; VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTl.
ROUTE.
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Nov,
a   : ii
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Mam ,
riday blew
icks at Konit
i ',-.    n lies
Serviai
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vus-
this
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Siets made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
Applications Wanted
pri 0    a    leave.;   ValU'i
10:00 '   Sunday.
VAN��OUVEH-V'CT'ORlA   ROU'
l'v\: ������ li    ' -a  leaves Vane
,; al   i i  p.m.
Stean -1"'1' llt 1 p.m. dali
j    princi sa Iio      ���"- ;i a.m. dalli
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YOUR
BUSINESS
HELP
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CHINESE WIVES OF WHITES
CUIH EXEMPTION FROM TAX
Apj ll    ��� ie     ceivi d by the
undi rsi ned  up to 5 p.m. of Monday,
���'! . '      ��� u: er,  190S, for
position of Treasurer of the City    ofl
Ww   ..    r.\r'.\ la ;     ��� L25    per
monl
W. A. DU.MCAN,
City Clerk,
. Now  \Vi - ��� minster,  Nov.
VANCOUVER- SEATTLE ROUTE
Ste: ��� Princi       Roya]   |i
a. ii.. 1 lesday for !
tie.
On :-'  a . . , I a.     Vanco iver 9 i
for Seat le ������ i Victoria,
Vii to la,   .-'.     ���    v. '. icstion   ��� - ;" i
whether Chin   e wives    I ��liiti
are liabl.  io tli h ad tax - n l tnd
lng in Cana la hi      een        ed    y the
arrival oi    - el    tl '
and ���   .   .
FENDERS
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WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trad, r will leave Victoria
New Westmin I .   Tuesdaj
Friday, wii a bus .;��� -      .'ters.
...���aves New Westminster on \\
' hi s lay and Saturday,
-. da;   ol   two  D
have  been  '������
Kir,-, I.iiui ral
..... i.    Th -     bold   th
I |    ,. ci ti takinj
lationalil     aad consequenl
ly Bhould ���       enable lo fhe tax
���i'ii,. quesl ferred to Ol
;:r,\ a,
Canton      '      '
1(1       ill
:    . h
on,   B.  C,"
Iiis   off t ���    until
I.:: ' p.m.  ��� .-   ���': iday,    No\ 20,
|]lf ���     190     Cor tl     ��� onstruction of a  pui
lilding :u Vi : ni'ii.
1   : ;   and   pi   Iflcatlons can be seen
and  forn    of tender obtained ai this
I Department, and on application to thi
Po. tm'aster at Vernon,
I .     m    tendei In . are aotifled that
THE ARMENIAN QUESTION. ,. considered  unless
London, Nov. '���'��� Thi "Times made on the printed form supplied,
correaspondent al Constantinople re- and signed with their actual signa-
ports that the   Turkish   government i mres.
will   aa;..- an effort   o deal with  the      Each  tender   musl.  be accompanied
Armenian    question    by     conceding  !,\  an acce] - I cheque on a chartered
grants of government  lauds to   bo   -  bank,  made  payable  to  the  ordi
\;, \* nians   possessing   title  deeds   to- the Honorable the .Minis;";- of Pu
land   rrom   which   they   were diapos- Works, equal tn ten per cent. (10 per
sessed '<.?   the  Kurds   at the time of cent.)   of  ile-  amount of  the tender,
the niassacres.
INVINCIBLE   A   30-KNOTTER
!. iiddii. Nov. '.'.���-The British bai
ship invincible, the latest addition to
the British navy, in a trial yesterdaj
mui. i-  sevi n-tenths  of her  power attained ;i speed of 25 knots.   I.i- ex-
tl ..-,  the vessel, when w<
undi r full power, will r iach a spi t
:',n  Kimls.  a  woi id's 11 cord.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tee*
L laves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7tb
and 20th of each mouth for Clayo
Mosquito Harbor and way port,
of each month tor Quatsino an I
ports; 20th of i ach monl b to;  !
Quatsino, Cape Scott and waj  i ���
VANCOUVEK--NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vaucouve4-   1:30  p-m
except  Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo at'
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO
,        COM OX-UN ION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo  I p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m.;
arrives  Victoria 9  p.  m.
s i-'.   Queen  City   leaves   Vano .-
7 p.m.   S inday;       rives   N inaimo   . I
p. m.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA,  LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Prom Victoria S inn. every Wednesday . from Vancouver 10 a.m,  foil ��-
ing day  for above  and  Interim
lioints.    Returning to Vancouvi r
day     afternoon,      Victoria     M
morning, \ia  Ladysmith.
NORTHERN   B.  C.  ROUTE,
S.S.   Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 10th o!
S.S.    RAMONA
CAPTAIN   DONSER.
f:f:;L.lar sailings bet-veen
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLI
WACK,
-,.    ig at Ham     ad, n ine>, Lai -
.  and >va-. | on , with pas-
. .. ;   :.   ;.
l.' avi s    i,:.,, km -a  >v   Ker    wharf.
New    \\'���   iminster,   Tuesc'.iys,  Thurs-
dsy., and  Saturday  at 8 a   m.
Leavea  Chilliwack Wednesday,  Fri-
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rati |  particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
11.  WHITMORR Secretary.
wiiich will    e forf< ited if ihe pi r on
tendering decline to enter into a contract   when  called upon to do so, or
If he tail to complete the woi!.  i on-
tracted for.    If the tender l" noi  ac-
epted the chi     ���   wil] ho returned.
The Departmenl does not bind itself
to ac. ept thi   low( st or any tend r.
By oi   ���
NAP. TESSIER,
Secretary.
i...        ni Pub Ic Works, t iti i*wa
Oct. 20,  !:"|-. every month at 8 p.m.
Newspapi cot   e pal up RiVBR.
I. thej   Insert   li    ��� ���      Beavep���
out atithorit; i thi  Department. From   New   Westminster   M i I
Wednesday and I'r:.lay.
" I    From Chilllwai l< Tuesday, Thurs lay
tnd Saturday.
LAN:*   REGISTRY   ACT.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Ceo.  Adams,   Grocei
Lad i    Gold Wati uea  trom $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch08    open
'    ��� . SS.OO.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,  dcubls
���    $7.50 up.
t for the ci South Rend
Wa: .'.led   to    the    Wellman
Antic  Expedition.     \!l  warranted.
-ins.  Kit. _ nl -���?. ei   .. I tc,
Watch    r<'..-.irlni;:     niiir-.'ijs   reason-
���
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���   ��� .*. '  : -'   .,!���.-.-..' ji ;     /.     .V
Re part < ...       port ion of
lo ,i      n-hloi k  J. ia  the    Cil
of   New   Wi st ninster,   B.   C.
Whi  ���. of i       e loss of i
titl    numbei   *���-19 A,
i thi   a imea of Sai      I ...   11 .. ghani,
-.   .   ���-. Sai ih   Tierni
n  filed in this office.
Notice is hen ...  given that  1
��� expiration of one month  from
ol   lie lirst publication hereof,
lailj newspaper publi bed in the
of New   Westminsti d,    i- sue    a
iti   of  the  said   certificate,   un-
lie  : ii anUme  valid  -    ��� tl lor
ll     li   to  in"  In   writ inc.
C. S. KEITH,
I ij -; i let   Registrar of Titles.
i.     i   i.'. vi i rj  Offii e,  New  Wi - tmlnster,  B. C, Oct.  26th,  I00S
For   reservations   anrl   sniormatioi
���all or address
ED   GOT'LET,
A(_:>*nt.  New Westn muter
C. B. FOSTER,
���'.nst. Gen. Pass   Agent. Vancouver
.1. W. TROUP.
Oer.fral SunerlntPTiden*'. ' ' torin
J
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BOOK! . Tl' \'.n FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
i IN BE ARR VNGED VT THIS OFFICE.
Empre ts of Ireland,   Nov.   i::.
Empn   ��� ol Britain  Nov, 21
Empress of Ireland   I iec. 11
r-     ..tic r  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.   GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
CFERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
Now 12,    .Vi   Ar.   King.
Nov 13.   Monti nu   Limited,
Nov, 18. - Hip  Hip ll. -
Nov. 20.    Willard   Mack.
No.. 2.1.    Iu Wyo ii
Nov 2t_    The New   I o nln on.
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Ip on Mondaj
. a.m.
ling   lente  Westham  I land 7
a.m. daily, . xi epl  i-*i Idays al  fi a.m.;
��� ti111 trip on  Saturdays, leaving
10 ,i iu., calliii.-  ,n   Steveston  as
. menl - iffers.
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car, reclining chair  cat- free),
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to read your ads.   Make them wai
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past.   Select your medium with the same
that you select your salespeople.   Stick
best.
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is unequalled as a'means of bringing your .
to public notice
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lence their daily wants.   Use its colu
your share of business.
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Awake
A Bind* naburg tuerclianl n ;- ilozini
in his store one day when a .it;
wiiii :i pitcher appeared In thi
*. iy and asked for a qum: of tnolas ���
The   storekeeper   yawned,   stretched
himself, half opened hli ej es, ami then
In nn Injured tone said, "Ain't   there
nobody    In    Bladenaburg    thai
molasses hut mc ?"
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1508.
THE DAIL? NEWS.
PAGE SEVEX.
���AVE you trieduf OKANAGAN
CELERY?
THE
l!  la the "���������;, on the
dozen for	
'
.... pounds for
....   is
"k   	
$1.00
.$1.00
$1.65
Mail Service
Adams & Deans \
GROCERS        Prompt delivery
Now is the time to look after your *
.
EYES
Call in
Eyes Tested Free 8
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
*^:f;40*0*O*'CO#O*O*O*-D*��O*C   C^O*K)*>Q^Q^O*XyO*0*>O^Ci*O^O^i
Easterbrook  Muling   Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial 57.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel .      $6.50   "
Terminal $5 50   "      "
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
MONT  STREET.
m
k_t__
Ne//   Westminster.
a*.~ A��(...*V,*.
. ���������!:__>___
Telephone 333.
J
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WE.STM1NSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* in AW Kind, ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurried Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St,
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Isn't It the Truth?
I
N'EW WESTMINSTER is progressing  today  at   a  greater  Bpeed
efore.   Developments ami improvements are on every
side.
' thing that can do her more good than to be known as a
people are wide-awake and energetic���who   are   thrifty
'    i ���'    To bo successful you musi build on good foundation
"'*;' foundation is a SAVINGS ACCOUNT In
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
thl
,,  I1""' 'a "o formality about opening a SavingB Account with
Courteous clerks will make the first steps easy tor yen it' .-'"������
��� "i saving your '.-.pure dollars.
:illll'ii money ia needed.    One  Dollar  will open  an account,
'.'"'::;'  you to a pass hpol. in which yonr deposits are entered,
��� ' delay In withdrawing your money at any time, with Interest
'" date,
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Inv*te accounts of merchant.., manufacturers,   Brms,   corpora
,|"1 Individuals, nnd will extend  to them  such accommodations
1 'asisteni with-sound banking methods.
"������'i'l'Y-NINK YEARS OF SAFE BANKING.
New Westminster Bran���.      f. b. LYLE,  Mgr.
Interest Added Four Times a yenr
lie ii.mrs of despatch
and dl   u the Now West-
the hour .-iven i'1
���  the bour of closing,
. mr, as ii rule, be
d    tiatch.    All malls,
' ited, are despatch-'
ived daily except Sunday.]
d   patched    and    re-j
celv' be C. I', it- south1
:   easl  malls, not including,
Sapperton,   Frasei
M1,      ' ��� ' iquitlam.
Mai|s  Despatched.
d   ' ed i.t eleven o'clock
��� .i i    Vancouver    via
G. N.  H.   'Owl.
''   ���"   : "<    Vancouver   and   (except
1"' ctoria   via  li. C.  Electric
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, Including all *L
I s- I'"11" ��� * and south, and points
between   .       . ��� . minster and Hunt-
' Ingdon, B.C., vLa C. P. R. south; also
('- P. R. ... g ipperton, and Fraser
Mills,
'    0 a in    Blaine nnd   Seattle,   In-
l U. S. points east and south;
aiso all [joints betwet n .\>-.v Wesimtn*
Bter and  Blaine, via G. X. R.
Note Cloverdale and distrlcl (Clover Valley, Surrey Centre, KU'in, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) 11.1 '������
mere, Port Kells, Hall's Prairie and
Xicome lespatched daily except Sunday; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday,
i ... day and Saturday; Tynehead
and Bon Accord, Wednesday and Sat-
irday. These mails are all received
days as despatched.
ll: i.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
L2.30  p.m.���Strawberry  Hill,    Tim-
ad   and   South Westminster,   by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
2:30 p.m���Ladner. Port Gulchon,
Westham I land and Sunbury, daily
except Sunday: Woodward. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday, via steamer
Favourite, Capt. J. ('. Bruce. (Steves- |
���-<>n mall despatched and received via
Vancouver.)
Vancouver and Piper Sidiii--, via G. j
X. R. north.
1:00���Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday
an extra mail is despatched to Victor;:! via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S, points east and south, via G. N. R.
"Flyer."
4:45 p.m. -<    P  R. east, Sappi     m
.   Mills an i Cotiultlam.
Note. -The two G: 10 a.m. C.  I'. R
j,  south an l  �� ast, take mall tor
all  points    from    New    Westm i
, a, luding   Langley   and  dii
,i._ Port Haney.)    The 4:15 p.m. C. P.
R.  despatch omits  all Lower  Fraser j
points  east of  Coquitlam except Pitt.
Mi   lows, Port Han.;.. Port Hammond,
Webster's     Corners,    Mission     City,
Vgasslz  and  Harrison    Hol    Springs.
Mails tor Port .Moody and Burnet goes':
both via Vancouver and *'��� P. R. mails.;
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all !'��� S. points, via G. N.  IL,
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill, |
Timberland   and  South   Westminster,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday),
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver .and Victoria.
\ia B. C. Electric railway.
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver,  via G.  N. R
10:00 u, 11:00 a.m.���Ladner,  Pori.
Guichon, Westham Island  and  iTues-
!.i..  Thursdaj   and Saturday)   Woodward. Via Bteamer Favourite.  (Steves-'
ton despatched and reeeived via Vancouver.)
1.0:30 to 11:00 a.m.���C. P. R. ea t,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1*00 ;��� in    V.in.'.niver. Central Park
an | Frasi r Arm.
1:30 p.m.  -East Burnaby, by courier.
._,...,, ., ,Lli    Burqultlam, by courier.
i:30 p m Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points; also all points
between Blaine and New Westminster,
���a q *,; ){ (See note above as to
iU,s on which these mails are despatched  nnd   reeeived.)
i  |5 p.in    Vancouver via G. N
"Flyer."
6:20���Vancouver and Victoria, via
It. c. Electric railway.
9:30 p.m.-Sumas and Seattle, Including all r. S. points and points between Huntingdon and New Westmin-
ster, via C. P. R. south; also C. 1' R-
east and Fraser Mills.
..���
The man. who thinks he
can't afford to be well
dressed, certainly might
to find out the prices for
mVa)**T\00
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
IS NOW OUT Of DfBT
Congregation Will Now Devote Energies to Assisting
Rural Parishes.
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO., New Westminster
���������������������������������������������������������������������������a* ������������������������������������������������������������������������
���      .. XMAS   GOODS
��� ���
:
We are now prepared to show you the largest Xmas Jewelrj 3tock ���
eve exhibited In the city. We have now the verj article s >u have 9
decided on for that Xmaa present.   If you do not wish to purchase lm- i
^ mediately we will put nny article to one side for you,
���        Remember that by making your choice early you ha\ range
���
:
of goods to s.-Iect from.
. C. CHAMBERLIN
The Jeweler
���        Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton  Watch  Movements.
��������*���**���*��������������>���>*������������������������������������*.< ���^.(.���^������������������������^���������������������i.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON  VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
McMenemy & Anderson
The special Thanksgiving service
held last evening al Holy Trinitj cathedral was of a choral charai ter
throughout. Stalner's beautiful sevenfold "Amen" was verj creditably
rendered by the choir inini.-iliiit.ely after the benediction add the service
concluded hy congregation and choir
joining in the singing of tbe nat .,
athem as a mark of respect to King
Edward, "the peace-maker," wi ..se
birthday was also being commemorated.
The K'-\. A . Shlldrick preai bed
from ihe " ki "Giving Thanks ai all
Times and at all Si asons," and In the
course of his remarks pointed out
that Canada had been .���.ranted blessings of late, 1 mos bej ..nd expect b
tlon, and had not experienced the
troubli s and difficulties that are even
now throwing a lark badov. over other nations. Bringin glhe "thank
lng" blessings nearer home the
preacher showed how British Columbia as a province and New Westminster as ;t city had good cause for
thanks for mercies received and bless.
Ings derived trom the Great Giver of
all.
Coming to purelj parochial matters
it was stated that the officers of the
church had -his year been able to
(dear off all debt against the cathedral, thus giving -cope for the congregation to extend a helping hand to the
rural parishes, wiiich. owing to the
extensive growth of settlement during
the past year, stood in need of much
pecuniary .assi-stance.
BIG  HALIFAX   BLOCK
DESTROYED   BY   FIRE
Halifax. N. 3. Nov. 9.���For three
hours last evening the entire city fire
appartus was battling with flames in
Black Brothers' four-storey brick house
on Water street, and it looked for a
time us If the entire block, including
Pickford aV Black's steam.-..':,, ware-
1. ���    swept      .'.1        The
tin  si ��� . 1 room on the top floor
of the building, in which a huge quantity of pre sed haj wa.* stored nnd the
smoke w.as so dense that it was some
time before the flames could .-_��� checked. Four firemen were injured and
had to be removed. The building vas
occupied by the offices of the M. E.
Keefe company and O. C. Cook, fruit
Importers.
Phone 192
Pacific Heal Market
Columbia St.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��1*.,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
3r��nches throughout Canada and New foundland. and  ln   London,   England,  I
New  York, Chicago and Sponane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Oen*  j
eral Banking Business Transacted.
.etters of Credit issued, available wl th correspondents In all warts of the
World. I
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received in sums of Jl and upwardB,
and interest allowed at 3 per c ent per annum (present rate- added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N^W  WE8TMINSTER BRANCH. G. D.  BRYMNER    Mnn����r*'
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
tor CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter <erri'-c.
Foi  information upplv to
I    H    ROGERS.  Tr.ffi.    Manager,
Trains & Steamers
SOCIETIES.
R.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellews' hall. Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
���a. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordlallv Invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall. Oddfellows'  block. Clarkson street
.OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month nt 8 o'clock, in the small
halt. Oddfellows' block.
"The Milwaukee"
���The   Pioneer   Limited"   SL  Paul  to
Chicago,  "Short   Line"  Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited" |
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in |
equipment that r.f the Chicago, Mil-
waukee & St. Paul Railway. They
nvn and operate their own sleeping
ind .'-"i'. ��� -rs on alll their trains and
<ivf >���. i . trons an excellence of
.ervi.      1      . btainable elsewhere.
.'.. .. ROWE. General Agent.
* 14 Third M.. cor AirW i>i*rfla*\A. Or.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
.\erle N'o. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., In the Eagles'
Hall. Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;  H. SehofieUi, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet everv Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. tn., In Oddfellows*
hail, Columbia street.
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. G. F.. Gilley,
N. Or. C. 10. Osborne. P. G. recording secretary.
--OSE uF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall. C-olumbla St., at
8 p. m.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday    in   e.ich month, same
time aud  place.
________________________________________________________________________________________
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
K. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
.No. IT. A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150- L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 46S3, I. O. F.;'c. O. :
!���'., Court Westminster, No. 330; :
Brotherhood of Ow's,  Nest  No. 29; ;
���0N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P, hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. O. F���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col
umbla Street, every Friday eveniug
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February. May,
August and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, S��o..
tr       ADVKHT-Stt       -*a
��� IN ���
THS     DAILY      NEWS
C P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:20,
11:26, 15:20, L7:42 and 22
Arrive at New Westminster 10 17.
12:25, 16.27, 18: 15 and 23,
iREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 o.m.
i_v. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 n.m.
l.v. N. W   12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle S: 10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 8 p.m.
Lv. Seattle  l:2E p.m., nr. N. W. 9:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. nr. N. V/. 6:2(>
a. m. . J
G. N. R���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 8 50 p.m.
arriv Gulchon 6 p.m. Monday.- Wednesdays, and Friday!*.
. Leave Guichon ti:30 a.m., arrive New
Westminster 8:45, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
V��� W. &   Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 0:20 a.m.. 3 p.m., and '1.55
p.m.
Lv. Vancouver S:33 a.m.. 4  p.m. an*
11:30  p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANOOTJVBR.
Leave New'Westminster 5:50. 0:20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every halt
tour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver tor w^stmlniW %t
E-.50, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
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FAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAII'Y   NJfiWB
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Ladies' Hair Dressing!
Massage  and   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner of   Sixth  and  Columbia.
P.O. Box 755.      Opp. Royal City Mills.
ROYAL CITY
WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
Store  l ifflee nnd House Windows
Cleaned.
Janitor's Work Contracted for by tli.
Week or Month.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
GEO. COX  &  CO.
Cor, Columbia and Carnarvon Sts.
New Westminster.  B.C.
GET   YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE  UP AT THE
Roya! Ciiy Latrdiy
'.rval Avenue and  Bl?ckie  Street.
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.
AIL BH1TAIN CELEBHATES
BIHTHDAY OF ITS MINI:
Pe.ding   of   Bells  and   Firing  of  Gut
Marks   Another   Milestone   in
Monarch's  Life   Journey.
London, N'ov, 9,    King Edwar i'.-
tj seventh    blrthdaj     wa*    oibsei
today  with lhe firing  of mlitary
utes, tbe ringing ... bells, with thi
Ing of Bags   t-.*_roughout    the    Un
Kingdom  and    other    part -.    of
British   Empire.
'���'��� th(   teli        it   of  congratub.
received   al  Sa idrlngham  during
clay all  the crowned heads of En
Pn sldenl   Fa   - res of the Frencl
public,  Presldi ut  Roosevelt, and
mini.-roiis  ambassadors of Greal   B
lain io foreign powers were represi
ed.
The King Is ri ported to be in e.
cellent health.
BOWLING
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
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BUSINESS
Every   cider   placed   with    �������
us    means    2   satisfied   cus-    T
tf-^er. ;
OURPRK SATISFIES
lit K PRICES ARE RHiHT
Just Arrived
A new
assortment of
FANCY
LINENS
suitable for Xmas
gifts.
We   can   please  the
most fastidious.
Westminster proved victorious over
the  Capital, City  al   the  local   nl
yestei-daj  < vening, defeating the . I<
torla   howU rs  by  the  large  maj
of  -M   pins.    Tonight   Emory's  ,-   i
will   meel   Ki Hington's   team   In
house li ague b< i les.
Victoria���
i     2     3  yti. a. .
Townsley   ..    .   L25 L07 119 351  111
Kox       169 130  l.'l   123 111
Jameson   ..   ..  119 107 112 338 112.2
Petch L09 117 123 349 li6.1
Moran    133  115 KM 382  127.1
Total    1843
Westminster
1       2       3    Tti. Ave.
; Wide;,       125  132  136 393  131
! Arnold 169 166 162  197 165.2
j Hughes    143 100 113 366 118.2
Willette   ��� -    .  150 125 111 419 139.-2
; Murchle   ..    ..  125 168 lGtl 459 153
Total    2124
High score.  Fox and  Arnold,  169.
High average, Arnold. 165.2
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Daiiy News Block. JL
275 Colombia St.
THE WHITE HOUSE
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A THANKSGIVING IDYLL
ST ENDING alone in ine city,
s:ii_, tnidsl hurrj Ing teet,
I      .-... in the eyes of the thousands
Pas ii,- ine In the street.
M' n .n the pridi ol their manhood,
Men  ��Ith  the uurden of .*��� i ars,
men    ihildi  n an I  maidens,
Faces of smile   and of t* ars,
Passing  me    y in the road t - .
Hurriedl}   glan   > ai   i hi ,    iass;
Leaving m<   -
Lackin . In lad and In lass.
Lacking   in   man  and in   woman,
Lacking  In  everj    .
S : iel      ��� of kin lm -- an I     ���������   n
Something  of  tender,   t   gra
Wear. .  sad   and  dl
V>      New Westminster. Phone 388    .J. rtear      sad   and    :
t t   U3VERTISE IX THE DAILV NEWS      Honiewa,'(1  '  hie me al I
yyvywyyy v^,-vvvrrvv I Wondering whai was that somethl
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o   CarF   for   Vancouver  and    way
��� stations  will  -nn  every balf-
*>       bour   fr im   5:50 a. m.    Last
��� m  al 11  p. m.
Ltickin     ���. ���   . n .,a.   nr:!  | aased,
aiSway Service I
Did '���'������.   I  lind what   was  lac
Yes, foi  I looked In the cb a
Hazel-brown eyes of my darling,
utes after and forty minutes a_- ����� Roru   ,:   and     iar ling   and   I .h.
ter, conimenolng at 0:20 a. m. 4
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram *
office on the hour, twenty min- ���
^   , ' -thei    ;  i aw   wen   a    l.rilllnni
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave, ot 1 as laughingly li
(Lt   t car Iv, Vaneonver 11 :::o.)
*>       Ca the  depot    every
<> .-������-,   for  both )3ap-
���   perton ,ry limit? over the
at ten minutes after thu hour, *
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:.'!0 ���
a. ni. a,
Km Love in 1 hi eye   of n etheari
Shone ��������� Ith Its radiant  II
1     E,  S,
Sunday  Service   hair-Deurly be- >:���
tween 8 30 a m  and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Eicctric Ry. Co., Ltd
�������        4-*��*��*aV������������      ���       ���      �������������*      *      *       m      *      *
I'd" Wilcox,   chai   ��� :       th   ob* j
A     talning mon      \yy fai elj 1 lng I
himself 10    .-      pollcemai come R
*> '   up  bet :.   till      0 ll ������   11 a - ii ii
*    morning I
y_�� ^;jt*iijmimh'm^,'jwsm^.ism��mm
PILING
UP!     .
 1
H. Morey & Co's '
stock is piling ni' 1 It's going
to be the BIGGEST AND BEST
Ever In Calenders. Cards, Postals. Toys,  Dolls,  Fancy Goods,
I   eti.. el      tt'l  f '���! It .'
I
217-213 Co'ur.hia Street
awmLM mBwmmiki zjamuz:
You Can Stand Behind.
hat lu    1 aim- to back it up
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS
now iirin.: offered by ns, in blocks from one acre up\,
ITS SITUATION
is on the easterly end of Lulu   island,   nearesi   New   Wesminster
W��d within   in- city limits; all facilities.    Ii Is growing,
mill, box    1. tor,, ship yanis, cannery,general ston and \m    office
SOIL   AND   SITUATION   UNEXCELLED.
Call for Maps.
I
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F. J. HART & CO., Lid
Telejr>hor_��-*��i   8fS -1 O 9
I ttW^tnM-lllll ��� ���mm tJt-W-twn, traimmaiam? ..^ itnumiyim^
Fifteen
Only
' SUITS
REGULAR
$17.50 and $2i a/Ues
���
This special low price will bring
quick purchasers for Suits
such as these
rtii j were * 1 li cted for thii ���,. ���     lein    th     besl    value
wi had i-M-i-- -n for the money, Dozens of customers have een
pleased with thein al the regular price The balanci go at a price
which lakes ...'��� ij our profits, but  we are clearing them out   t<
 ni for ini:  n"\. Christmas stock      \ll   sizea in  dark    and    colored
. eeds and ch     ol     each   $13.75
Two Economical Lines of Ladies'
FLANNELETTE
NIGHT
GOWNS
Lin.-e >\ hich ha ve be q i bosi n from
the immense ranges submitted to us
fur our selection,    We    have    never
__.,. a   bl tier  vain,   than   what   we now
offer.    Read and profll   bj   I uying at
At
$1.00
these prices.
:ach
At
$1.50
eac
h
Heavj lianni ',< tt.- of nil e, soft finish, made up in full sizes, miTs and
collar are finished with frill of material and yoke Is trlmme 1 with row of
fli nnelet te insi rtion: pink, �� hite and
ere.un only.    v
Ma le   of   hen     I a
',   link, cream and   ���'���
...   ,.      . 1.
trimi     i  with ins.
��� ��� ,     1    ��� Izes.
,1i,u\4r
TRIMMED HA
In the Millinery Section
Now
Reduced in Price
01 Ier i .1-  been 1 11 en  foi   a  n'-noral redu.
1.1 tn 23 pi r cent, on 1 verj hat  Thesi hats are 1
ol   hi    iti   ���  Paris, London and New   Vork mod'!
ai    bul a traction ol  ,. ha Ig n 1
���  .  Is ,1 distinctiveness aboui our hats which n
elng from our show  roomi. wl . .
hats ol si" cial  merll   al mo lerate price has mad.
��� ian in* nl   popular.    Still excellent choli 1  to   eleci
now
AN EXCEPTIONAL
OPPORTUNITY to Lay
Black Dress
Nets* 75c yard
Five . nd   of ll    to   ���">I   Inch
black,      otted  and pin	
hea . -. -���. Ighl an I very durabl .
Tin- will make up Into hand
soniB wnii 1 . which are not, en
joj in- . in h in.ne ii-*. popularil 1.
The reduction In price i';
therefon mo 1 timely. Regulai
$1.2ii 'n ) ' 50 pi i- yard ;  now 75c
FANCY CURTAIN
FRINGE, reg. 10c
NOW 5c per yard
A  do/en  pleci s id  fancy color
ed fringes in Bhades and combinations to .sail almost any ma -
terial used. On ah 5c per yard,
in Six  yards for     25c
Children's
White
Bearskin
COA TS
Ai , ��� Ici. ��'. 'ie ; , , an Inducement to b ��� -a ready
mode, and savi thi trouble of
making up from matei Ini, They
arc all English made from good
quality bearBkin, lined through.
OUI   with   nice salccn  and  finished  with  pear] buttons or    frog
fasteners;  all sizes.    Each $2.50
to    $6.50
Children's Wool
GAITERS
35c to 75c pair
Kid' ' ���        lei
and   kill    ' rl   ������ ��� ul
terial
need for   1
I |on   to   'In    >i'< :
Deeded   bj   the UU -
pint, ction    durli      ' 1
went her.    v.'.   u ish  10 ��� mi'1
Size the ia"'. howi ������
have    an    tinusiinllj    ���
range of Jusl those kind
we know are most set ���
cdfors, navy,   brown,   canlini
grey, fawn and   ilack and will*1
per pair ..36c, 50c. go i
1
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KUlWllir*-' ���- --
. .    . m$M*i muMUtm 11.

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