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 INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
2��0 Columbia St. Phone 85
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
vo
[A'ME
NUMBER 210.
CAPITALS PROPOSE TO
VISIT EXPOSITION
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER   23, 190
FIVE CENTS PER COPV
, ,.=>.Yukon-Pacific Fair Would  Like
A! **E
,   ,���v. Bellies to Play Exhibition
Came With Ottawas in Fall.
Ottawi
Dec. 'l'i.-���-Although ii  is ra-
lacrosse talk,   ib.
ea  .   [or lacrosse tait,  in,, men
,   .,. vi in ibe great national gain
n0l ;,, any means Idle, and within
'   ,,,,-  few   weeks there  will  llkelj
the ������ *' ' ,
. ���,,., i   ,i contract, by  which   thu
..,,;_ will take another trip to the
p   ,,  coast,
nnual     Seattle     Exposith n
.   ,       patronized by  thousands  of
has uiecided lo include la
, in its programme and will ask
the Vai  ouver and New  Westmin ter
ml   iheir team.*  down   to  it
,,. ;,,      Thej   want  the New   West*
n!  eastei n team  to  play a
aiues and Capitals are likely
n as i he eastei n team  The
...   havi   many    friends    among
i, ,   ei 'i clubs and ha> ������ :.- en as-
lug    u.-lcoin-    when   ih..*.
;.
I illigan  of  the  i'n i ni  cl lb
uf the propos< ,i  ��� i Ip, and
.   i ays nothing d- Unite has
i  upon,   be  has   told the
ial in ibe eveni ol    he team
 i    howlng in th    N I. U.
ii j will again travel across
i   nt,     A   bona   Ude   Capita]
am ���       e taken   ilong
MM RESCUED FROM
WATERS OF FRASER
Employee on Vulcan Taken
in Unconscious State from
River -Condition Serious.
-"' 'hai C. iJolan,  who fell
l"t0lhe *���''���' -  river irom a tug near
���"'    Brunette-   mill   yesterday     after*
1   ***** attempting  io  commit sui-
cide.    What
1'.   cause,   he   owes
'   ' ' th'    ''"ck of some Japanese
working on the boom
getlc   measun
, and the ener-
uf Detective Brad-
baw *" hurrying him the the Royal
Columbian hospital.
_Th" man wa i ngaged on th ��� tug
Vulcan as second engineer, and yes
:' ���'''��� feared to havi ei u drink-
:,l:'       ��� named   Schrelber   .-ays
thai !'"! '-' ; imped off from the stern
''n,!' ln " the -��� about 3:30 p.m. A
board was thrown to him to cling to,
He
CHILDREN'S CANTATA
PRAIRIE SCHOONERS
VERY SUCCESSFUL     BRING SETTLERS TO B.C.
Sunday   School   of     Queen's     Avenue   Two  Oklahoma  Families  en   Route to
Methodist Church  Shows Careful This  Province Will   Spend Win-
Training���Parts Well  Taken. ter   Near  Seattle.
A   very   successful   Christmas can-      Seattle, Dec. 22.���With
Lata was  given  last evening  by   the I Wagons, ten head of horsei
children attending Queen's avenue
Methodist church Sunday schools.
They have been training for the oc-
caslon for some time, and ihe result
r< fleets great credit on the teachers
and others responsible for the production. "Around the World with Santa
Claus" was tbe cantata selected, the
libretto   leiug  from   the pen of    Ida
by   T
wo covered
and mules,
Moore  and
the
and
Dr.
the
NEZUELA  WILL  MAKE
PEACE   WITH   HOLLAND:
��� ���
....     De       22.
\   V< ui /..'��� lau    a dm
I   the    decri ��� ihi      v
wi.   al     Wll'iiv Ud     nl
lined i  ���  v. aezuelan |_oinu
.���I   ,     n   a. d<  i     ..    w ��� il
i    pi ac Icall)     the
:i- .ii  the   II puti     ���   ������-  ��� -i  ���'
nunts   Of   Yen. ... ;      II ,I
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tlon
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but   In-   did   no     ... -    old   of  i:
woul 1   hav.    dn svm i   bui    for
loommen   -      ���.. ne    along ld<
i   I wiih    difflculty.
Rothwell   i .- |  (ii  ���   aid   and
in.in w 'is taken on a dray to ih.   ho
a v. . V   ���  ...i   consi
n. bs   some  bom <  Inti
Llti town   -i ��� i.. jiiii     "i ������
his nan noi        BA'      \*.i1J'~:'
iiin.    but  he - ... 1
vv.ii-    m  .      , v  \* ilcan.
ROVERS   HAVE   GOOD
TEAM   FOR  FRIDAY
Ureal .v..    '      bi Ing taki u in tie*
.,ii    .        -vii      Daj
when ih.   I. ...   - ��� ir. rtain ih<   sham
ai   Mi od)   park.  The team  v. i'i
i .        iii ue..  an.l
..i- Turn.. : ..
Sawyi ; ,i.i I Cai se; forwards, Hayes,
Shaw cro * Mel lowan < 'aj dzh n, an I
Lum-. len; ��� ��� -..I-' uniy mid Rev?,
feai a the presi nt
ilnie l is.s may not bi
;u p) old team
irday.      i
v
. in.
Scotl  Taylor,   and   the   music
Martin Towne.
The  platform   represented   a    ship,
trimmed   out   wiih  Christmas   ducora
limis.   nnd   small   flags  in   . very   po-
sible   place.    It   was   the   good    ship]
"Santa  Claus," and   the  idea  was  ti |
show children  of   different   nationall !
ties garbed In the dresB of their own I
count ry.    The   song-    and     i ho   i
*'' re   i   i)    wi II   taki ::.     h     pi inci;.a' :
..-���i'       being     i:rr ful ;���     appo - loni '���
Helen   lin.n. tt   . -     a     Roman
GI     I..     olo   in   ' in  Honor  ol
��� i      King"  with   abllii ���.   Miss   r,-   su
.. as  ; he    i v.; it in    I     anthem
Mighty      Uod,"   while    W.  K.
ie
tnd their families, J. i
James Harris have reached ibis city
trom Oklahoma ou their way io British Columbia, a distance of 3,000 miles.
Fhey will take up a homestead, They
ire now living ai Ravenna aud in the
spring will begin the remainder of
Iheir journey of  -i.'.U miles.
The emigrants started Prom bom..- a
month ago, travelling through the
Texas Panhandle. No Man'
?.nd N'ew Mexico to frinld i I,
<o, where they took a train  to
PANAMA CANAL TO
BE OPENED IN 1915
SMALL TOWN WIT AND
WISOOM PLEASES PATRONS
Isthmian Project is Proceeding Slowly���Statistical Information From Secretary
Cohan's   "Fifty   Miles   from      Boston"
Receives     Hearty     Reception���
Local Girl in Cast.
Laud,
Colora*
S. attle.
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fr
*
���
���
Fra   Elbertus   Hurt.
New   York,  1)   ���   22.    A   -  -
cial  dispatch   to     thi      Times
rom  Buffalo sax s   til il
j   Injun i   .-i.. Hub
ud,  ��� hi   author and  Ite
in the woo Is no:       i     c<    n>
in   Easl   Vo i,  N,  V.. . ���
day.    Whili   as  Is ing   - orkmen
-   miscalculati I  the    disi - u
��� tree would  fall     md    was
-   ished,
*****************
 s	
looked the traditional S mi a
Claus. Lawrence Johnston acted as
captain of the ship, and the captains
of the Irish Guard were A. Oxenbury
nd Gi ni.. Diamond. 1' arrang i
ments generally were in thi capable
hands of V. O. Canfield. About 7"
children look pari
should I.e extended!
ble  for designing  tin     costumes,
,iu.I in the children  ',,.,- tV     I 'a .ie     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
er  in   which   the;     acted    their 	
tl ..-,-,.        ., ' International   Smelting &  Refining Co.
San Francisco, Dec. 22.���The Panama Cana] will be opened January l
1915, according to an official communication received yesterday by the
California promotion committee fi'om
Joseph Bucklin Bishop, secretary of
the canal commission. Tne statement in pari is .as follows:
"There hns been excavated from the
line of the canal sine.- the Americans
took control about r_6,0u0,00u cubic
(yards, This is us near as can be calculated at the present time, and Is
aboui one-third of the entire excavation necessary to complete the work.
Of  this  56,000,01)0 cubic yard,   about
" i, ;|."" have  l n   removed  dining
the  pasi   three  years.    Active   work
was um   begun until .January,  1905. In
! 1901   \ only     about     243,000      cubic
..   Is  wen   r moved, all from the Cu-
h     : cut.    i'i 1905 there were removed
; this   cut   ni 1,000  cubic     yards.
In i"!"'.. I rom .,'.'. points along the liu.'
the  canal, 5.932,470    cubic    yards
... re removed; in 1907 15,764,095 cubic
li Is; In 1908, down to .November 1,
nearly 31,000,000 cubic yards, and the
total for this year will not be far
from 37,000,000 cubic yards. This will
'ring the  grand  total   of    American
A  representative  audience    greeted
the  rise   of   the   curiain   Last     night
wh.n George TA. Cohan's   rural  musical  play,  "Fifty   .Miles  from  Boston,'
held the .boards.     The play certainly
deserved the repeated and hearty applause which greeted the different situations  and several  of   the    musical
numbers.    "Fifty  Miles  from  Boston"
In  all   its   three  att-   sets   forth  the
good hearty fun and frolic, as well as
the   various   idiosyncrasies of   "Small
Town" girls and  boys, business meu,
widows,  maiden  aunts,  etc,  as    were
and   are   living   today   in   the     leaser
New Kngland  cities,    'lhe little  postmistress (Hazel Lowry) and her lover
the Harvard  hero  (W.  D.  Steveusum
were the centre oi attraction, -nut the
interest  was  not su givat as to over-
shadow the ucting of the either characters.
The musical num .... were well
rendered ana though m a. measure
disappointing in th Ir catchlness, ihey
were tuneful an.l pretty. "Jack rand
.Ml;," "Aim It Awful," and "Harrlgan"'
were the mosi favored by recalls, 4ud
��
must   be  stated   that   Suzanne  L.
.'r^vrloyiifiENKEIMS'RIVALS
FORM CORPOHATION
[ire-eniai lon   depen ;��� tl    to    a i
large . \ . ii* .ui the music, the oi  '.- -
��� i.v    i  r.    :��� d   by     Herbert    D,
At  th- close of the
rormance, whicli  was witnessed ' -
of visitoi s, Santa i'
Has Authorized Capital of
$50,000,000.
.   number c
': V
th'  i hildren.
C   BISHOP  DIES
AFTER  TRIP TO  EUROPE
14 R<
: .i,
���
lo     n
Funeial   of   Christopher  Brown.
In splti ...      i. ���   ...
���     ���
'  v. ii     ...     >l .-,    i ...
|    .... a
��        . I a t S
.  ��� hi ���      .i-i.      ;
I  Cl ReV.
,  |
,   nd     UOtll ��� .���'    !'
������    \   Uoi.      on    ..-     -   Mr
is, e   :v .    r.i. ���    John  OU vi  .  M,
\    i , G e o. S.  B1 a k
.1    Thompson,   V,  .1.    ('.milliard
DELAWARE MAY BE
CHRISTENED WITH WATER
T   nton,
N. J.,  Dec. 22.���The inter*
... Smelting & Refining Co., with
an   auth I   ������ .f  $50 000,000,
incorporated here
a re
Westford mad. thi most of her role
of Mrs. Tiit'ord. "Aunt Kate" (Katn.
iyii R. Perry, alias Jessie Martin, a
one-time Westminster girl) was an-
exoavation io about 60,000,000 cubic! ���-*���"������' attractive character, especially
yards. As practically all of this will In her song, "AInt It Awful." The
have been accomplished within three Play possibly appealed more to the
years, the average rate Is between 36,- ladles in  the audience tor though by
 000 and  12,000,000 cubic yards    a  ao  means   of  a    sickly     sentimental
style, ii was full of such points that
usually tell more with the ladies than
with men.
"Fifty   Miles  from  Boston"  Is, how-
evei*, a healthy, jolly son  of produo
tlon and as such it was received last
night.    The orchestra carried  by the
good    work    and
e thoroughly  en
Veal*.
DARK HAVILA BATTLES      |
WITH HUliE ICE FLOES
��� -i*-
San   Francisco,   Dec   22,     v< lording
i.. a dispatch received bj   the Merch-
yesterdav. The I ants' exchange
���.  tei day  the  Danisn, t
rain   laden   from   Ta-i
incorporators     are     Frederick     Hoff, | bark   Havila
Richard C. Hunt and S'elson W   Run- coma, has arrived at Falmouth,  Eng
nion,  Xew   Vork.    It   Is said   lm*.  the   flftj   days overdue,    after    a
...   will oppose :ii-   Guggenheim   ,;-< sage through the ice fields. Octo
ests
Newport  News, Va., Dec, 22.���If thel
, ins "   the Women's Chri   Ian 11 a
pi . am "  union   di   li lawai e  ar
.- giant    20, Oi ' "i    . attle-
Lama  Stops  Wandering. : Thfi  (ulKl].   three
Peking, Dec, 22.���The Lama ol Thi*   meat difficulty.
terrible
 BOdo- j
10,  ^tiring   a   snow   bl zard,   four
ih.   crew  were washed -'v'
board and one of them was drowned.
company did some
their s. |i i-lions Wi
joyed.
Babes in Toyland.
1 "'     ���     ..;���      ; v. nt"   ' WO   *   II    ���     pifHUK .
I
' in "Bal es  In  Toj land,"  v. hich com< -
to the opera housi    omorrow i renins,
showing   fairyland,  and   every   one  is
thi  acme of ari. the work of the ci I
list,    John    Young.
wi re  '.��� scued    with
I rated   scenic
These   ilctures  .  ���
iniiicale   I   design 	
which is the mosi  gorgeous one must
judge  for one's self.
ill .-u lovely and
that     to    decide
VAMOND   MINES   SAID   TO
EXIST  IN ARKANSAS
Capitalist* Visit City.
i   ''���   *'  ,
i i   una,
with
I ll)   ol   ���
lh. 'ol    be H
,! ii'    com ' ���'' !
ilk  with    the    manager,    w
.     ,.       v       ....     lei
,,.     Both v niieiii. :. ta v
IU   hi    I  ���' lopmeni  ol
md     M ''"" Ul'"     '
Cq������ln  mi i Westmin*
...mini.      Bl  ' '"   '
>  ie manj  attractions
.. bu .ie  ..  in.in  iiiiiii-1"-
-I ilu   commun
U
s.
and
'others.    The    ciiui. li    was    ct*o
...
oral    tribute
W
13  TO   SETTLE
EARTHQUAKE CLAIMS
'    !'   ���' ' '���  vvhich wll]  be launch    .   .     \ his capital, and bl   d    inure
���  ���  5-wi"    e christen   I .u  ending oj his ,,lU;    . a . ���
ring mer N'orthi rn China, whi< b
Tin- liip Kentucky, the   on . ,   . , ,    .          	
' egan shoi tly aftei    i   a    val i    L��has ,
vi    . ...iv    ever   christen I oi., , Muvfreesboro, Aik.   Dec.   22.    Tests] 	
. ol ., British <... .linn under the com-; . ,
with w   ��� hi   yard, had hundre  ��� ,   u        , ,   Must completed   in   the   new   diamond      Kingston,   lamalca,   Dec.   22.���News
ind   ol   ( ol   Sir   1 : ,'in Is   ^ oungnus*
lottles iii  whiskey  broken agalnsl , neld recently discovered n-eai  herein-  received   from   London   yesterday an*
.<.i_.ai_a   ..er.,.,.,i,n_r t�� nr__a_iippto.-s   lusi I iiounced   Hint   ih.-  English   Insurance
al
her  hull   :-..   Kcmui   -
v   ill  down lhe ways.
when    sli
Appoint   Manager.
dtcate,  according to  prospectors, just  nounced   that   the  Bnf       ^^^^
returned,   that   a   rich   diamond   mine' companies  have agreed  to settle
exists In Arkansas,   A $1,500,000 com- claims resulting trom the earthquak.
,    Iful.
e
K. Fa
������
set-
ib
Rush  for Land.
��� jaw. Dec.  22.   Seventy
.,i the eoiuiir.  south ol Moo e
iav. were thrown open Ioi entrj yo*
��� 4a . and already over    nou    '���"��'
'   v . mnny froiii the United Btaten,
ii 'own *��ltlng io make appHca-
Hon
tnUll-
Poultrymen  Getting   Ready.
i.... il nen
,i ....
\ ...I, vi    ���   .   uitrj and  P.    Stoi . a
social on    w hich  ** HI    e   hi id  In  i iu
et - .        on -...:. i
.       .     on Inuing   : Some
'.ir.eie..-.   .ii   ...-���   Lo
...mnd     the
.,   Centra   Pai li an
ii.. ��� 1111. i.nil.
Dianioiid  Thl��i  Sentenced.
Winnipeg,  Di c  22    Pnii,,.    On ��� n
bpum, ��im ��a* caught In the aci ol
diamond mi., from rou,. ,<���
ime on  Deci mber Ei,   ���.vis
conn  found guilty
on two chargi
LOST  TORPEDO   FOUND
DY  SAN   PEDRO  FISHERMEN |
s:in Pedro, Cal., Dec 22.���A torpedoi
,.,];,, j   al   *: i.Oi 0,  which   wa.--   I.i ���
,!,,. it.ss. Pi    5  whii.- :ii practice
... was picked  up  Monday -     i
;1 .,     ,|f polnl  Flrin b}  two ti-h- n ien
,m | low* d Into tii" harbor,   The head
,   |      orpedo *.v ns con ddi rablj I eaten
Bn,l ,i m aged     -' ,i       from
struck tUe b eakwater.
rge   Wolf,mien,   ot   Annandale's  "auy is bein^ organized    to   develop  and Br.  oi January 14, 1907. ona
i     , ;���,^v'h" property. | sis of 85 per cent., without adjustment
��� ..-, store, has been appointed
.!",-]��� of il*.- Co-opotatlve store,I
,vhlch wlll open for business In the
Cunningham block, Sixth street, on
.li.unary 2, Sevente n applications j
were receive,! im the position b) the
trustees. ^^^
���
l.aviir-
Obtains Art Treasures.
Chicago,     Dec.    22    M-i'i
.    ine Chadburne u daj
  ^M
The tests show  pits, oue tracl 2.000  and   Including   casts.     Insurers'   pay-
feel wid.  and much longer, containing   mi its   on  claim*    i uing   over
strong tracts of the pn ien< f drill*  $8,000,000   will   :'    commence
Ings,   From the drilling!) already done,   tomorrow.
ll appears that both the Mauney and	
Riley tracts form on i Immense pips
covering 160 acres, The large3t diamond mine in M'ric-'i covi onlj
- Ighty .i- res.
fimllj ;    in  iii!
lined   po��    ;rol   of
80  acres are und     con
he   Oz_*rk   Diamond    Mining
tiling a
MaiUles   ^^^^
iod.i> | 'he police^^^^^^^^^
and was sentenced to
elghi years in the penitentiary, "is
alleged f< niale accomplice was i��
lea ed,
Steamer Wrecked���Seven  Drown.
Cuxhaven, Qermany, i},t'- ���*���*���""-.
Brii i, cotton ��t��uni r hound for Lltr-
", | ,,,������ Qaiveston, Te��w, wW
"recked today on Poinl Mitten Head
Th" captain ami six membars of i'"'
''' �� ����� ie drowned.
Heney on Way East,
i-hlcago, Dec 22. -Pranoie - ,,,',"'v
Rrrlveii here today and after u three
1,1       rlslt   resumed   hi*   trip  10   *''w
' Hi ii,id he wn '' ",im: "" m
from lhe imllcl ��'-vn-i '������ ''
'Ived i. ..nil:,  in wurt.
ibat
plana  of
London
Favor of Canadians.
London, Dec. 22.���Ii is I''*1"*
with  a   vi��w   '�� defeating
American I I   trusta,   thi
mnrket committee at a recenl meeung
Waived to lake such atepi aa mlgM
ba though elrable to influence the
board ol agriculture to   remove   re-
..,,.,,.,,OI1H upon Canadian itore cattle.
There will be a midnight celebration
Holj  Communion ai  Holy Trinlt
���hvi.iion Thursday ai 12 P; m. On
lri ,,���,s Daj the services wil be as
Piiioiv      .-���- communion;  11
.1 iu
Iiv( n-onir. -
Montana CHy Shaken by Quake.
Virginia City, Mom., Dec, 22, Six
earthquake shocks within the course
hi twenty-tour hours threw tb.; residents here Into a panic, causing theml
to rush forth Into the street. The
lasl shock was at 6:25 lasi evening.
on of h. r ari treasures s '���' I
laist summer bj the governnn ut, by
mying Into com i $82,411, In addil ��n
-.1 the $70,409 pre\loualj paid tor her
.link's and   penalties <>n  ihe propertj
company, und this proiiei tj will be le-
veloped.
Pope Recover from   Illness.
Kome.  Dec.  22.���Tbe pope has fully
i ecovered  from his recent lllneas,
received   Archbishop   Ireland    o��
Paul in private audience  today.
It'-
Sl.
ill       I   i   I   I  111 M UllUillXIl'
Japanese Diet Opened.
Tokyo, Dee. 22.- Both houses ol t-he
Japanese Diet were formally opened
at 'J o'clock this morning. Suraltaka
llaseba, a prominent leader ol tbe
Constitutional party, was elected
speaker of the lower house. The
emperor's address will be delivered on
December 25.
Barque  Lord Shaftesbury Coming.
The   Bi iii- n   barqu    Lord    Shaftesbury, 2:100 tons burden, which is now
lying in  the Royal roada, will arrive
ai   ih.    Frasei   River    mills    to    load
1,500,000  lev  ol lumber  tor Sydney,
Australia, on  Saturday, Jan, 2.   Tho
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     lvirr|Ue  hanlio... which  has   hc-n  h.iad-
���.,,,_ lng   for  some   weeks, Is  expected   to
Kangaroo on  Bill  of Fare.
,    . ,. eai     foi   Valparaiso on   Saturday.
New      iork,     Dec      22.    l\aiig_tio<>
meal  is to be served In New York holds,   a   local   dealer   having   arranged i        Killed   When   He   Falls  on  Gun.
for the Importation of 200 of the ani- Victoria, Dec. 22. Joseph l_vun��
mills for use as food. The tail is Con* m, i death near KlU lake yesterday
sldeivil the great delicacy, but almost through the accidental discharge of a
every cut is suld to be good eat ing i
by   those   who  hav.-   sampled   It,    "file j
Toronto Capitalist Intends
To Acquire Business Here
dealer who hopes to meel with success
in his new venture says he thinks
i New .orkers will soon take to kangaroo meat In the same way that Kuro-
peans like American specialtie�� such
:is  wild" turkey and  quail.
s  a in-
matin*
Holj
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atlon.
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After considerable correspondence
between Publicity Commissioner A. W.
McLeod and a leading business man of
Toronto, arrangements are now almost
completed for the purchase of an established business here by the eastern
merchant, who will be on tne coast
early In the new year to personally
Investigate the proposition before Anally deciding to buy.   The names of
ibe Interested parties are being   kepi
private for the present.
Between 9.40.Q-Q0 and $60,000 will be
required to buy out the local buslnees
man, who has been established  bere
ni'.iny   years   and   who   would,   in   the
eveni of the deal being put through,
elect   to   remain   a   resident    Of    this
city, whi re he would Invest the money
realized by ths <*ale.
iMin. against which he fell as he ran
from his cabin lo get ,a shot at a
pheasant he heard ojitslde. He was
single. 38 years ot age, an Knglish-
iiuin and former soldier,
Italian Girl's Revenge.
Rome, Dec. 22.���A terrible tragedy
has been enacted In a hospital in this
city, where an author, named Carbut,
was being trented. Carbut, a married
man, had abandoned Anna l'ancelllnl,
a sixleen-yeiir-old ^irl, after winning
her affections. The girl sought hlm In
the hospital, and plunged a dagger in
Stamp Famine at Valdez.
Vaidi*/., Alaaka, Dec. 22.���A, stamp
famine exists here, Postmaster Jefferson being unable to open the Post office vaulls. The services of a professional burglar are !��>lng sought by
the postmaster, who is greatly Inconvenienced by the kicked vault.
Manitoba   Local   Option.
Winnipeg,  Dec.  23.���Manitoba looal
his lefi  shoulder.    Ill and stricken aa I optlonlSts   did  far better tn   the  vote
he was. ib,- man removed ih" dagger |a.., T,i,,a.,i,,y than am returns ind!.
from the wound and plunged It *e*t- eated. Out of twenty four muntc';iril-
eral times Inlo the girl's body, 'itici they carried sixteen.
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VIOLENT OUTBREAK AGAINST
FOREIGNERS DAILY EXPECTED
Portuguese  Watchman   Kicks    China-
Man  In Canton;   Serious Trouble
Results���Ships   Boycotted.
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
' AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal   Avenue and  Blackie Stre*et.
Hoagkonli, Dec, 22.���-It its feared
that the anti foreign movement at
Canton, originally caused hy the
death of a coolie ou the steamer Fat-
ehan, who Is alleged to have been
. Licked by a Portuguese
A . hman on the vessel, will culmln-
^.t u a i .in outbi iak againsi all
foreigners. So serious is the situation regarded that the British tor-
.... ;. destroyer Han has been sent to
Canton.
The British Steamers Moorhen 111111
Canton, two of the ships which arc
being boycotted, have been recalled
from Willow. All Chinese vessels
and their passengers are closely scrutinized upon their .arrival. The native press continues to foment the
;._��� = - ition  against   foreigners
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block, New Westminster, B C
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at a
Five Cents a Bar
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK   AND  STORE  FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Line
Phone 473.
��� Special Sale This
��� week of
P.O. BOX   471
Tel.  5".
Res.  429
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engines
i *_ to 23 b p., - an i I cycle. Best
, ,: 1 q tl n ai -..". Engines kept In
8toch at
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Sixth.
ie 105.    1
._��.-_-__- turn 1 _T
Office.  Front St
P. O. Box 345.
Foot of oixth.
Phone 105.
IBCMfiHfiHPEB
NOW 15 THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
HARDMAN   &   CO.
A. Hardman. A. James. J. McClughin. Front Street, Trnst Block.
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FOR CHRISTMAS
ALSO   A   SPLENDID  ASSORTMENT OF
Manicure and Toilet Sets, Card    and    Cigar-    Cases,    Hat
Ebony Goods,  Gold and  S Ivor H.indhd   Umbrellas,  etc.
W. C. Chamberli
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agenl for the Longlnes and Hamilton  Watch   Mi
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;afor Bags
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gjku Christmas
BB AND
W New Years ^
fare and 1-3 for Round Trip
Between all stations on Canadian Pae-
jtic Railway and on steamers, Vancouver-Victoria  and  Seattie.
CHRISTMAS   EXCURSION
On Sali   D cembi i  21st to 25th.
NEW   YEAR   EXCURSION
.'hi   Sale   l:-    mber   2_   .   lo   January ||
1st. L909
A.11 ��� lod to i       d -ii. '.i an 1
Including January 5th, 1909
For further particulars ana reservu-
t'ons apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westmlnstei,
or to C. li. FOSTER,
st   (lenl. Pass.   *.gt.   Vnnrouvi.r.
Christmas
1908
Our store and stock looks better   from   the  inside,   come    in
and don't take such long  variations,   We don't want the universe,   but just  the  _ir..t letter
of it. Our stock is complete;  a
beautiful  display of tl.  B. aud
Fr   - Xmas buxes, in all __ize3,
and our prices are like a   wet
carpet,  liard  to  beat.      Home- li
made candy always fresh, mad.:
every day.   Al?o tobacco, cigars
and pipes.   Xmas boxes of cig    j ;
ars 10 and 25 in box.    Peterson  f
and  Shield brand pii.es. And if ���
you have a look w<  ar i    ire y iu
will   buy   and     e   plea* d.   for
wi  have the best also the next
Magazines,   English    par
pers, every week.   We also tab
orders for tee cream for dinners
md    vi't'v.
INNES & REID
Phont 310.
ColunVia St.    Next Tram Office.
tjamnnam-'r fggg/gg^
This kind of leather is highly favored   for  ladies'  hand-bags,   combln-
g, as ii does, handsome aristocratic
appearance with almost perpetual
wear. Indeed, this is one of the most
lamia! laath rs on the market,
Thi Interior ��� : tne bag is lined
with strong, serviceable silk, bound
with leather. Th lock* and metal
fittings are heavilj plated,    A dainty
O little coin   iiiirse  inside. ���
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q bag with alligator daws, which adds O
x the final touch in attractiveness    We O
������ have  the   exclusive    -ale    of    these *
* goods for British Columbia. f,
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| Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd I
�� THE   BIG   JEVVELERY   STORE ���
�� Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts.     Vancouver. |
o *3oc. E. Trorey, Managing Director o
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A Bank Book for Christmas  I
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^^ Old Country
BOOT STORE
EIGHT   DIFFERENT   VARIETIES.
Names:
"Derwentwati_r"
"My Heart's  'n  the   Highlands"
"A  Plunge for Life"
"Resignation'1
"Sunshine   and   Shower"
"Braw Wooer"
"Lord   Ullen's  Daughter"
"Hold  Tight."
5Ve hav..- ju I        to hand a rare aelecth a in elghl different eub-
j.d.i ,,i the iin   '    ,  ' n.   ���'! high art color printing, obtainable In
the old country, ion   ot them after well known paintings by artlsta
of WORLD Willi: , ime
\ the e works ol art are necessarily verj expensive we cannot be
expected to give them away Indiscriminately; we therefore jiropo.se
giving any one of them to every purchaser of soods to the value of
tine dollai- and upwards, mo that no one need with sueh a nominal
purchase lewe this opportunity of becoming possessed of on.- of these
specimens of old country high art.
BIG REDUCTION PRICE SALE
As a further inducement to purchasing good boots and idioe.. at
this tini", we have pill on a big reduction in price sal.- In all line . of
boots, shoes and illppers, suitable for the present season
See our __lii>i>r*r nhow for Christmas presents; the quality is away
up, while tho price Is just as far away down.
Make your Christmas purchases now, the best are k<.in* fast
Old Country Boot Store
Columbia Street
JOHN   STEWART,    -     Proprietor
Pretti
Dalnl
Sn .ii
Kid Clo ...   .
\.-w Silks;  Elegani !���' ira Marked D
50c to $3.b0
f.c tc *
$1.00   to  $2.50
A   Savings   Account   opened   with   One   Dollar   or   more
v       acceptable Christmas Gift for  children,   relatives    i       fri
This kind of a  present i* one that cannoi  i>    losl oi i
,:,���  for  years
It'.- a : nod Idea���try it.
..The Fashion Centre..
Th*
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
New Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F.   B.   LYLE,   Manager   5,
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We are Prepared
to meet your Christmas requirements
In Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Those Vi.) hav..- been dealing with
US know, thai quality considered, we
give th.   best  possible  values.
[f you want anything In Crocki ry-
������are we can give you the best bar
. tin   In the city.
Adams & Deans
Groceries  and   Crockeryware.
COLUMBIA   STREET
A Little Good Coal I
niaki *   l bl *   In 1  hv   �� ���'���' n 1 . '
of poor coal sends out n
ai all.   it Is economic il to
our coal, bi cause    ll   Is   1 ���
goes farthest, makes mi  I beat,
leaves verj  little ash an I
nu more per ton than
grades.    We  deliver  it  lo   1
part ef the 1 Ity.    Full   wi
always    Telephon*  your
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* tn AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     l urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe*.
Large .Stack Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Alway.s in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED L811
CAPITAL
RESERVF
..ranches throughout Canada und Newfoundland
|14,100.000.U
111,000,000.11'
ind  in   London,
New   York, Chicago and  Spoiiu ue, U.8.A , and  Mexico Citj
eral Banking  lliisinesB  Transact.d.
.etter* of Credit luued, available witl. correaiioiiilents In all  nn'
World.
r.avlnflS Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In sums <>f $1 l|1'
and Interest allowed at B ]>or cent, p.r annum (pies, n: rate)
Total  A��se<�� over 1188,000,000.00.
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Easterbrook Milling  Company.
EhurnCa   B. C.
FLOUR
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Imperial $7.'��0 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $.5.50   "      "
McQuarrie & rir FL0UR AND rBED MERCHA-: -
FRONT   STRPET Nrw   WeMmlnate- Telephone v'i
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V'i Result of Watch Guessing Competition ^��������o��*<��������>��o������^^ LIBERALS ANXIOUS TO   I
ABOLISH UPPER HOUSE!
Tho following is  a  list of those v_h
Watch   Guessing   Competition:
Gentlemen:  39 hours, 37 min., 36 sec.
ist    a  Whittaker,  39���29���7.
City.
.,1(1   v. Smith, 39  . 15 -36,
Sixth strei I
Edward  Walmsley, 39    17    17.
473 Agne
Bo**-
36���39���28.
Kennedy Adam-. 36    10���18
New   Westminster.
William  Archibald,  lie    io
Queen's avenue.
\    t;. McKenzie, 36    :-    10
340  Second  Btreet.
0 won the.12 prjzes at Horace Dortr.&     *
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Ladlts'i  35 hours   22 min., 37 sec. S
NIrB- ���'��� A. -Mian, 35���25���30. 2
117 Third avenue fi.
~nl    Mrs. a. w. Gray, 35���12���18. ���
HOUSE of QUALITY
.
McKenzie, 35���35���3E
The Place to Buy Your
Xmas Presents for
English Election to Be Fought
With End of Class Representation as Issue.
Girl
2C-6-28.
l-i    Glad)    Ni thi rl y. 30���10���4.
���   Westminster.
-"'* l ivyn, 30���13���5,
Burna   .   p.o.
Vivian  Drown,  30���20���15.
fourth avenue
IM
Horace Dorer
WHERE?
AT
MADE IH CANADA
SnRftRDJpmqB
It is to thc advantage
of every housekeeper
in Cacada to use thein
vigic Flalv.;; Powder.
Oillttt'r IVrfumed Lye.
lv, I ri_.! Unking Puwdcr.
(jlllttt's y. .-��� , Tartur.
Royal Yeast Cukes.
Gillett's Mammoth Blue.
Magic BakiRj; Soiia.
Cillelfa Washing Crystal. |
MADE FOR OVER
a^O  YEARS
(EiliMiib.il 18S2>
E. W. OILLETT CO. LTD.. Toronto, Oefc.
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J. EUGENE BROWN U CO.
THE HOME OF NOVELTIES
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lbs. I
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W.   H.   SMITH.   Propr **
S ���*. .   A.-   and   Tenth   St.
C.   H amber
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10.   Brine E :.*.-
Nev.   Westminster P. O. Bex 795
Christmas Goods
.lust opene I up direct from Fug
-', i  <",-���   .'  pocket.    See our ��� low
i   - r Christmas presents
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few ... '!
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd. !
mill inn iiii
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PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK}
London,   Dec.   22.���- Levi,..,.,     0f    UtC |
British  Liberal party    will
stake  their   present   control    of    the
government early next  year on  their
ability   virtually  to  abolish   the  House
of Lords.
The decision to act again t V- peers
has not been quite deflinltely reached
������so far, al least, as anyone outside
the cabinet knows���but tne matter ls
undi i' careful consideration, with a
majority of the minister, openly In
favor of an early start on th.* campaign.
The difference of opinion Is mainly
las  to   the  extent   to which  it   will   be
wise   to ro.    The  more  radical   members of the ministry are for complete
extinction of thv prlnclpli  of ben lit-
I ary legislation and the creation, In thc
lords'   place,  of a hou?..-    chosen    In
j some   such   manner    as    the     L:nlted
i States senate.
The nior.- moderate ministers        v
ni.iking  the   upper   branch a   kind of
advisory board with praeticallj  no l g*
I Islatlve powers.    The reallj  con       a
11 tive  Liberals  believe it  will iffl-
cient   to  arrange  for   tl       a sage  of
law- through  the Commons  ov.
lords'  veto, in cases  where two-th
or thr fourths majorities can    ��� TO RENT- Board and   room;    piano;
cun I.    Whichever  of             plans Is      '-!-'-'*  ���'������       '���''   '"->������'���   avenue,  near
adopti I will h       i imltted iu the form      Fourth stn v
of a bill when Parliamenl         nen
after the Christmas  reces_
It   Is  considered  a fore;
11 sion that the lords will  rejeci   it. ' *
��l    Then the Libera  WANTED-A girl for light housework.
Appiy   Mis.   Passage,   1922   Venable
(i ���   -ign. ' '
A   gem   .    -    ction  ol   membe,    ol   __^^_ '     ' v' v"��cfl"v<-'-
parliament   will   follow. ;md   the
will bi    tl il tlon  of tbe r  b<
P ��� ml     A Kjulth is knowi   *
WANTED \.;v.;:,;,;,. from 1 to 6.
Apply .Mrs. .John Brydges, corner
Carnarvon   and  Elliott  streets.
���
LOST���Pearl brooch Saturday mora-
ing, somewhere in town or car. Finder pleas.- return to Dominion Trust
Office.
WANTED���Two boarders or roomers;
central  situation .     Apply    X.Y.Z.,
Daily  N'i ws  office.
FOUND- Boai   adrift.    Owner   please
apply a: Premier hotel. Vis city.
NOTICE
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SCAN,
NEW  K. OF P.  HALL.
Eighth   and   Agnes   Streets.
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A Grand Display of CHINA-
WARE   for   Xmas   Presents
Leave Yonr Order for TURKEYS
and GEESE,    -       11 Drawn
Public Supply Stores geo^adams
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   8   C Phone  92.
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oppos   .
ind thai  it wo ild be a
ship for the Lil   ral mei      rs of ] tr
��� . ut   to   camj      n
��� ion.
So - t nas re
thrown
FOR SALE���Second hand    piano    In
:'.!���-���   class   condition.    Apply  P.  O.
.  -      city.
TO RENT���On.  .    -    furnished    bedroom, tr a. .  irary, suitable for twa
Also two small ones.   R..-n*. reason-
y 287 Vii :oria street.
WANTED���A nurse gri:   services required  from '.  to ���.   .....    Mrs. Dr.
Joti'V. i.     I avenue.
on s  h a
	
. - -A span of heavy geldings
lords        trying -  bed, abou: 1700 lbs.
:..: ..-                               .... \ years old.   For
aber  i trther particulars  apply
.;.                        a            �� :   legis*     t0 e  a. P., Box 29, < Ity.
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i       ort on I ct, is to
the       I    consl
rs el from thi
and   of   "life
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-    Liberals
ation
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them 1       chance.
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TO RENT���Suit*- furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, .-ipply to AV-_. Speck.
WAN! .
-Pup
Us for violin
and maa-
fees
moderate.
Addresa
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VESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box. 807.    Can supply  you with  nil
kinds of help    promptly,    free
charge.    Branch office, 107 Co'
st-eet we��st, Phone A 27r.O. Vai.
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ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
I_fc__v_i_<._ W&Z^'SXSSS&JBfi
Re C&ARI_��S CUNLIFFE FISHER,
Deceased.
.\. i'i''':. .
1        ., late
' of the City of .Vw Wesl   Ins er
i' . British ��� a, Gov. |
eased, who i
, the 21st da*,   oi   0   ���   ���       i:""\    and
whosi  will was proved In the Suprem.
Co .;I   of   British   Columl ia on     the
.'a i da) of November, 1908, bj Fannie
Clara Fisher, ol the -aid Citj of v ��
Westminster,    thi    executrix    in-  ���   i
named, are hereb) required to    send
particulars In writing ol their claims
i
oi   .l.'titauds   to   me, ihe  undersigned,
the solicitor for tbe said executrix, on
or before tbe 20th day    of    January, I
��� is.05*. at the undermentioned address,
j after  which   date  t_ie   said    executrix,
j will   proceed  to   distribute   the   assets
I Of   the   said   Charles   Cunliffe   Fisher.
deceased, among, t 'he parties entitled
thereto,   hating   regard   only     to     the
i claims and demands of whicb she shall
| then  have  had notice,  aud  the    uaid
i executrix   will   not  be   liable  for  tho
[asset!  of th.. said    Charles    CunlltTe
Fisher,  deceased, or any part then-of
so dlstlrbuted to any person or    persons   of  whose   claims   and   demands
<he shall not then have hud notice.
Dated this   i��th day  of  DeeemMf,
ah ions.
A. WHEALLER.
nn Lorne Street, New Westminster,
B.C., lollcltor for the said Fannie
t'l ra l'i li. v. Bxcutrlx,
AUDITING,  accounting and  systemin*
Quinn  .'. ���      Phone  -.117.
i*   K   < _ .    v..v.- iver,  B.  C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    ana    MCNEE..E.Y    STS,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   S.   C".
phone   431- K O. s-O*-*   HCt.
J* New some & Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on Al) Work_Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12.7'>
up-
Silver    Watuhes,   g.nts'   open    fac��
$600.
Silver Watches, gents'   open    case.
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham    and     E'tfti
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
Christmas    gifts    in    all    kind=.   ..f
jew.dry.
F. CRAKE
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published 'oy the Daily News Publishing Company. Limited, at their
offices, coruer of Sixth and Frout
etreets, New Westminster, B. C.
6.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1908.
BASE INGRATITUDE,
(luce again has Premier McBridi
forgotten to recognize the claims to
cabinet position of the one man who
made it possible for him to have tne
opportunity to seize the leadership of
Hhe Opposition, aud be the plerson
whom the Lieutenant-Governor had
constitutionally to call upon to form
a ministry. He has scorned the
rounds of the ladder by which he ascended lo the position he holds. Mr.
Thomas Gifford, member for this
city, is the first person entitled to
the portfolio of Minister of Works
created at the last session of the
legislature, ..ut he hus not beeu self-
seeking and has held that ministers
should l��e called to the cabinet by
the Premier. This constituency was
nni le to suffer b) the ministry of the
day for returning our member in the
first instance iand the memorable utterance of Col. Prior will go down in
history as showing how bitterly Mr.
Gilford's r,-n.it. ivas resented at Victoria. Now when the opportunity
arose (and there have been many such
opportunities) when the Premier, who
personally benefitted more ilifln any
one else, could have made the amend,
honorable, he casts it aside in favor
of one who has been Importunate in
his demands :��� i 'cognition. Such
will he the cas to the end of the
chapter with Premier McBride, whose
.-trim,-; failing is that he forgets his
friendvs.
men in the House to whom politics is
an almost unknown quantity, and the
greater part of the old-time fighting
force rehired to political obscurity,
for the presenl at all events.
LIPTON   ABANDONS
CHALLENGE   FOR   CUP
Glasgtftv, Dec 22. -Sir Thomas
l.ipton declared today ihat he would
noi challenge the holders of the Am*
i rica cup because he had been unable
to agree with the New York Yachl
iclul) on conditions of the race to be
run. The designer of the 1909 model
has been ordered to burn all the plans
of the challenging yacht which 'oe
had  drawn for iJpton.
Get the Habit
A Dinner Set
is about as handsome ,a present as
you can possibly giv.- your wife
for Xmas. Today we me offering
as a Special an Apple Green
"Malvern" Decorated Dinner Set
of 07 pieces for only $14.75. This
is a beautiful set, aud can bi
secured at this price tomorrow
only.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"THE   BIG   STORE."
Headquarters of Santa Clause.
"We buy for cash    and sell for the
same."
MUST HAVE CLOSURE.
Ag the time ior another session approaches, the question of its length
naturally arises Last year the House
convened in N . mber, this year it
will probably be called together about
���h" second week in January. The government will na\ ' some useful leg s
latlon to sul mil *. th lions.., and no
time should bt losi In disposing ol
public    busim The    governmenl
would  do  wi 11   .      i    very    eai
mom v  to  i -vs.- the rules   of    the
���  for the  pre.  ntion of obstructs i.   som- i ting  . on the lines of the
I  h   . vi.. i   ; iei t   tv    d :!;
cul i.v.
1 Pi n    .. bi re  is  Iltli
Cerenci , The  people  wen
��� ed a   iii" great expense
died on   th    co miry by the inor-
le last si   sion, an I
the ���". at  wil    be    ustalned In
in) action wh   h will make this sort
of   thing   Impossible  for    the    future.
Soma of the i.i q     uo wasted hours
-if tb�� public time last si ssion are no
longer   Jn   the   Ilu.... ,   but some   will
he the...   who   must   quickly   be  suppressed  itr   the  public interest.    Parliament  can   transact all its business
in five month* *��� ;- annece -ary discussion Ig  cli..-.;..;. '-'���'-    Politicians  must
1 ���''.\M.ind that    parliament is not to
b<   the airing plat e -<>r ������"���'' Personal
grievances, but rat  n'c':' l*"' forun* for
foe   transaction   of       ''*-b,ic   '������u-sill(-'-i:-
lJi'   government  won   :d  u" wel1 ad"
';*'<1  to give   oariy  ai   tention to  thej
Question of limiting the     d' bat,;s' anl!
**���" solution of this has L   ,fct'n ���'
'"" by  the   bfother of    _���
I ia  described as ck*
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER,
(Three Years With J. A. Lee.)
has just opened    and    solicits    your
patronage.    Mission  furniture  a  specialty;  office and store furniture;  all
kinds of furniture repairs.
First Class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 26 Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
P.  O.  Box 304.        Hou_.e  Phone  B 29.
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This is the Holiday .Show
Thursday, Dec. 24
Victor Herbert and Glen MacDoncugh's
Greatest Musical  Success of the'
Century.
BABES
IN
TOYLAIND
Presented with an augmented orchestra. Cast of twenty principals
and the best singing chorus ever Been
in a road organization.
Production complete as played eighteen months in New York and twelve
months in Chicago.
Prices, $1.50, $1. 75c and 50c.
..-r*r-*f>
Reid & Co
Get a Smoking Jacket
or House Coat for
"Him."
The restful comfort which is enjoyed in the wearing of a'
House Coat; the soothing effect upon the tired mind after a day
of hurry and worry are reasons why you should remember him.
Looking at them is a pleasure, buying a satisfaction,
giving one to "him" a delight.
and
Grey, maroon, blue, etc.; plaid collars and cuffs, edges finished with cord
Morey's
Big
Santa
Claus
House!
THE PLACE TO BUY VOUR
Toys, Dolls,
Fancy Goods,
China, Glassware,
Books, Bibles, etc.
We are gl ring   two -. .
Set, und ., 10 piece  roliei Set
���i   ���   ipi.
silk frogs
orth
.i    -.' are aud g< | a    ���   on
ime
ina
$3.50, $6, $7, $8.50, $9.50
AT
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FASHION DEMANDS A SNUG. TRIM
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Morey'
COLUMBIA ST,
FANCY VE5T
as the recognized requisite of every outdoor costume.
An Ideal Xmas Gilt
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The great popularity of the Fancy Vest this season makes |
it especially good I   !^ for the holiday giving.
A Dainty
fif!
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recognize
Good dressers everywhere
and demand Fancy Vests as the winter's
smartest turn.
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $6.00
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Nobby Clothes for Men
,
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our new
Musin
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which have just
arrived.
A. J.  BIRTCH
m ijiii.niiiiii st.
THE WHITE HOUSE
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as
days  a3o It wan   f**
��� .a. u -v    Ontario*V*
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n   j   t. lit l  li adi r   ...ti.
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", upper  ""
...   fve hi���..'���    ������-
.-. that     ti��    *'
��� i  a.  leader  3- a   '
-���uting  the mui >������
its   tlie   man   whoi|
. ut   ot   the   wilfin
arllamenta
ire.
id    that;
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r*_����s��-ifc'_3H��_sst aaaaa
aSEES
i ur in politics vcith<11'
_\ .-hurt  time agoj
ConBervaUvew
, ami this gentleman'
Borden <-'u l*ls lusli
Now Mr. Be&
Mr. Borden   ��oul .
. .   .  to vSlr  Clia
^��*aes  '*-������ ���-'���, aej.    ;���
. ,���  f'l.a - .*.  ��� i.��� ���'
would  i- ���      ��� ."
the VVe i,  an I
.   Mi. r.  D. M nil
would lead   thei
new.
Many cban ���  i <���
in a few month
,1,,. leader o! thi  Quelx
was Mr. Ben ���      '
���,,.. m panled   Mi
tour throngta tti  West,
geran is ev. n  withoui a Beat  In tne
Hou *.. ana  Mr.  Monk  is   the    man
win,..- name Ison the lips of the good
Conservative. -        Quebec.
Th,    dilli.1ilt>    i-    that     Mr.   Foster j
covets the po "- tor himself, hut
mlortunately hi would not he accept-
..M, ,,ilh(,,. in Ontario or Quebec, The
,maD personal following he had in the
Bouse last session were rejected by
the people at thi oils, and it would
have been inflnltel; better r-r the,
party had Mr. Poster been dropped
before the campaign commenced.
Tilis )s the unfortunate position
then of the Conservative party-*
leader who appears to have lost hto
lnfluence> and no .^ In sight who
could secure the united support of
the two large provinces,   many   n
ON CHRISTMAS SHOES
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At JOHNSTON'S
PLEASE
Women's Elastic Pronj i1 	
Women's Pur trimmed Fell G rman Slippers  ...
Women's Fur trimmed Pelt  Borneo Slippers, all
Women's Plain Felt Slippers	
Children's Plain Pell Oi rman Sll    i
Wumcn'H Fleece Hindi ��� I lists. ��� rriii,i House Slippers
Women's two-strap Pine :: .i. Evening Slippers ...
Women's two*��trap French \\-"\ SHpiien! In Patenl
Women's fine $3.56 lac,    o ts, Blucher cuts, etc, ���
���ml  Ivii
.95c
$4.25
$1.25
. . 65c
..40c
$1.20
$1.-10
$2.00
$2.50
Women's One $100 and $4.50 patents, .sale price *3**?''
Men's German Slippers, heavy felt soles 90c
Men' Hii.- Chocolati Kid Slippers, regular $2.50 goods for ��� ���a"1*7*'
Men's iin.. Vici Kid opera < ul Slippers, regular $ii.*r��*i goods for $'.7j
M.n'.s line India Kid, house SUpptrs, regular $2.00 for >,**-��
Men's iin.- tan kid elastic vi. touee Slippers, regular $2.00 for $1.50
Men's Mack kid. elastic side bouse Bllppers, regular l-tw for $i***��
Men's best patenl  leather bootsraand or pointed toes, regular $ii.no
$8.00 lines for
$4.50
Men's llox Call' llliitiicr., luather liofd, a $0.00 Ikkii  for                $4.95
Children's boots, sizes 5 ti> 10, regular $1.40 to $2.00 lines tor pet
.Men's liov Call' Btochem, double s<ded  hoots,  with bra       ., , -.,,|
Boys' handmade hoots, t>iw6 1 to r>, regular $2.00 and $__._... goods
Men'a box calf, I'n,.   Blucher cut, hoots, regular $8.50 foi             $2.50
Men's vici kid blnch r:., regalaT $3.50 goods  foj!' $2.50
This Is the time to buy shoog.    Our Big  Shoe  Sale still continues,
Misses' School boots, sizes 11 to 2, box calf a*_d kid, made with
and you can buy shoes at Factory  Prices.   . .
heavy extension "0Ip��. raftucea from $2.or. and *$2 lt, a ,,,- ���, $1_0o
pr| '^GREATER   BARGAINS  THAN   EVER   THIS WEEK.
1   ** .     -1
Johnston's  Big Shoe House, Ltd.
".N   OF  BIG ELECTRIC   ROOT.        New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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Don't  Waste  Any
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ONLY  TWO  DAYS  FOR
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
Ths brat inducement evs offered awaits you at tins Xmas store. In
addition to the extracrd niry v iluos already advertised we are submitting
two extra values in Women's Waists, marked at such a price as will make
this store fairly hum from now on unt'i  Christmas.
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$12 Waists for $4.50
���Vi       ; .':���   ��� silk, colors   blai ���*���.      cardinal
i li ovi r silk, '.ac- aud I   mined, net.
ves. Regular $    0, $10.00 and $12.00 valu.    tor ,.. .$4.50
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���1 Idored all  "   ��� ere lu
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$1.50
N'l ITI      lv   ���   war *..".������    i M ..n consign! . erday by ex
tVi  .   ild .;' ������    desired bold them <.\  r until Bprlng and sell them
tt tl lar prl W   gol I hi i   al   lesa   th in   manufi cl urer '    ;������ Ices,
.������.������    .in I  as a I in-i'u wiit and offering w<   havi   pui  them
icntloned pric     Don't fall to si cine one; nil slzei and
color.-*.
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's
Ready-to wears
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���   lays
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Christmas !
2
days more and Christmas will
be hero. Nowhere and never was
there such a large selection of
mmm *��**���������
Fo
TWEAR
as at our store.
See our window Tonight
We will be open every evening,
so that those who cannot get
down in the daytime can do so
at night. Our big clearing sale
is still in full blast Our prices
are lower than any other store
in R G
Remember, this is at
uas    Da>
u -.VV       ,
to    S:30       \
ihrei irch i     ft  a
idanci   tlui in-  thi    tiinni i   ho i
., I.  i;,.   covei  off a ��� oi ol    B
C." cigars an.I try one.   it will make
a "hi:-
Al.-v      Koigu:-on,     ileputj       j-i.ind
rhancellor of ilie Ktu��:lits of Pyth.ai-
Dl 11 ut   \<i   ll, ��m condtiol n public j
installation of officers ai North Van
.���ouver i lOrigc  No   10 i ii Jftttuai)
when several montbers of ths local K
if p   lodge,  .ne expected  to atti nd
Special sale of slmwei������pr-xtf Coat ���
Ml L'utii Century   brnnd   i:.��>d i;    $18
quality for $15.00; $20 ror $16; $84 foi
110;   hi   Phillips' **
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NCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
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I Xmas Groceries I
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j      ' .    ui ���* call  bi tore Xmas ���
.    \'.. can i;U s you     iods Ihfll ard  *
1    \n i  quality,     \\ ���    guatantei
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BOOKS
iVlacKay's Bookstore
There are probablj n     fttei book   published In iii_ world for!
young people than by Thos. Nelson A Son, or Edinburgh, and ths
!;   [\ Society, of London    W    have hundred! or  these   exceiiontj
hock* be Ides a large range ��� I other books.
A   full   line  ol  i   1.1 v ihini
i ihooolats ���
FTancy itux chooolati
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II HI,III.I :
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Drapes
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Delivery nnd Courteous '** \ ���
Treatment, vl"*
Singing Our Praises
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ffom one end ot vmnda to the ot&Bi  whd a,-e WntiWrttHj  llnglng
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GREAT   KARGAINaS   IN
Toys, Dolls, Pos  Car i Albums
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RUSSIAN SAYINGS.
He who fears a sparrow wlll neves
sm millet.
an untried friend Is like aa m-
creckod nut
Wben von die even your tomb shall
be comfortable.
Tbe absentmlnded tnao looks for tbe
borse he rides on.
Better to b��g than steal, but betttr
to work tbau befi.
A mother's love will draw up from
the d��pth_ of tbe sea.
Wben tbe asm bears too light a load
be wants to lie down.
He wbo is ou horseback no longer
knows his owu lather.
Man carries bis superiority inside,
animals theirs outside.
Tbe nobleman ls always in tbe rigM
wben tbe peasant sues.
lf tbe thunder Is not loud tbe peasant
forgets to cross himself.
One whip Is enough for a good hor**
for a bad one not a thousand.���Mil	
kee Sentinel.
Hotel Russell
Christmas Dinner
'�����**f*c
PRINTING! L��T 7,  Block 36
Brine &. McLean, Props,
Meal  Hours 6 to Si.iO.
TH* Qreek Figure.
Greek figures of meu appear taller
and more graceful than those of modern-* Modern artists make the upright
figure seven and one-half times tbe
length of the head. Tha flreeka ma**
It eight times, lengthening tbe shin.
and tbe longer sweep from knee to
heel gave Une figure increased grace
and dignity. The same plan was fn
Quently adopted by Lord I_elghton, ln
whose paintings the same effect ls obtained.���New York American.
Mads a Difference.
Teacher���If one  servant  girl could
clean two rooms h_ two  hours,  bow j
long would lt take two servant girls
to   do   It?    Little   Girl-Four   hours.   ~..   ��� _.   .   ...   __,  .       _
_,     ,      _ ,.        ,,     ,    . ,     cfuckeii Salad, Mayonalsse Dr.'--.sin
Teacher��� Wrong.    It would only take
one   hour.     Little  Glrl-Oh,   I  didn't j
know you was talking about servant
fclrls that wasn't on speaking terrasi���
London Tit-Bits.
Bedeque Oysters on Half Shell Canapes D'Ancbois
Celery cn Branches,     Salted Almonds.    Manzanilla   Olives.
Boiled   Salmon  Trout,  Shrimp  Sauce.
Fillet of Sole, Marechale.
Sliced   Cucumbers      Lettuce      Potatoes  Anglaise.
Sweet Breads en Cases a la St. Club.
Tenderloin of Beef, larded, .Mushroom   Sauce.
N'elson Lamb  Chops. Trafalgar.
Banana Fritters,    Kummel Sauce,
RUSSELL CHRISTMAS PCNCH
Armour's Sugar Cured Ham, Champag ne Sauce.
Boiled  Young Fowl, Bo.-*ton Bacon.
Leg of Mutton, Green Caper Sauce.
Ox Tongue.  Monaco.
Roa.st Prime Ribs of Native Beof, Yorkshire Budding.
Young Turkey Stuffed, Cranberry Sauce.
Suckling Pig and Crab Apples,
Delta Domestic Goose, Apple Sauce,
Breast Pal sans, Bread Sauce,
Saddle of Venison, Polonaise.
California  Partridge on Toast.
Wild Canvas Back Duck. Orange Jell}
Mallard  Duck. Apple Jelly.
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OllKjWORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIliHT
Rates on work of any description or Quantity quoted
un application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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on thc corner of Royal avenuc and Eleventh Street,
did warehouse or factory site; 13. C. Kkctrlc and o, p
tracks run past this property.    Price $3000.   u,, ,
terms.   THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
New Westminster,  B. C.
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Telephone 54.
P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made  to  Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
Lobster Salad. French   Dressing
Kept  His  Contract.
Patient ��� I   thought   you   extracted
teeth without pr.in.   Dentist���Well, yon
rtll) hare tbe pain, ^sven't you?���life
img; i. HENLEY
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Manufacturer of
Boiled Potatoes 'Mashed Potatoes. Baked  Sweel   Potatoes,
Asparagus,  Melted Butter.       Cauliflower au Gratln.
Petit   Pois.
Old Fashioned English Plum Puddlng.Hard or Brand}   Sauce.
(Specially Prepared)
Deep Appl.- Pie      Hot Mince Pie. Strawberry Tart     Plum Tart
Xew Westminster Ice Cream      Christmas Fruit  Cake.
Pori   Wine   Jelly
MacLaren's Imperial Cheese
Water   Wa''' r*'
Canadian Chi ese.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade  a specialty.
i Oram
Bananas     Apples
Cafe Nolr,
Malaga Grapes.
Vie ted Nuts and Cluster Raisins.
Ci*. in.  de Menthe Frappe.
Tel. 113.
Office   Eight street, j Orchestra   in   Attendance
Price  75c.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Royal Columbian Hospital
Tenders will be received by tbe
undersigned and marked "Tenders for
Supplies," up to i p.m., Monday, December .'.Mh, 1908, for supplying t'ne
hospital from 1st January. 1909, to 21-t
December, 1909, with the following
articles: Bread, white and brown;
beef; mutton; milk; drugs; groceries;
wood, slabs, per cord; coal, washed
nut;  flsh;  funerals.
D< tailed  lists of    drugs,    grocei
beef, mutton and ti*h can !>���   obtaini 1
nl the hospital.
Neither the lowest nor any tender
ii. cessarily accepted.
Samples of the groci ries and all information obtainable on application
to the Lady Superintendent, at the
hospital.
W. II. KEARY,
Secretary  R.  C    H.
New Westminster, B.C., Dec. 17, 1908.
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Market  Clerk   D, E. Mackenzie
Open   8 a. m, to 6 p. m. Fridays   7 a. m. to .      ���
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FRIDAY SPECIALS
Cnarnley s
Meat Stall
Prime   Beef   and   Mutton
Stall   and   grass  fed.
Davies <��f Son
First-class   Cut   Flower5   s
Pot  Planti
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Sllverdale
Beef.  Mutton.   Veal   and Pork.
XMAS WEEK
MARKET   DAY,  WEDNE8DA.
Dec.
L
Monk's   Stall
for
Fish   and   Came
H. I. Keen
Vegetables  a
Highest   Q
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ADVERTISE IN FHE NEWS
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
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tiM    Sale
A span of heavy geldings
(bays), well matched, about
1700 lbs. eacb; five and six
years old.
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tHE      DAILY      NEWS
WB VGU fflNT UNI KINO OF
REPAIRING DONE
i, Typ-writerS,
or any Hgl hinery re-
'
ALEX. SPECK
Holumbl -  SI        ' Man on the Wheel."
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Larg whistle.
r engine.
One stnt ���
One to . esg wagon.
tment of now and
' hand g
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck BIcck, Near Tram Office.
275.
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Off ce,  Greenhou��es   and   Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
inch Nursery So ttb Vancouver.
��������� I . Stock.
SEEDS for the spring trade
fuuu tiie si growers In England, Prance, Holland, United
Statea and ea tern i ana la aS
wel] an those v. hich ci
cesafully grown  iu B. C.
I'xii*a choice lot of fruit i'.
and  small  fruits,  strictly home
grown and our own propagation
fioni beating stock.
Ornamental   in   ail   leading
varlrlios   -liit.'.!..   for     planting
in B. C.    All the best make .,f
pruy  |iiini|..,.
Fertilizers. ueo Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers, etc.
Cat.ilonue Free.
LM. J. HENRY
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Everything good
to eat at
The People's Grocer
Shell almon .-    4��c
Shell   walnuts    40c
3 lbs*   Mixed nuts 50c
Christii   plum pudding   ....35c
3 lb. dates 25c
Huntley's nd Palmer's
Sweet Biscuits in lib.
packages, L' packages for. 25c
Candies     Galore���All     Prices.
CAWttSH
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phone 193 and **43.
THE
Hardware Store
Is the  Place to  Procure Your
Xmas Goods
Get something that will bo useful   us  well as   ornamental.
Razor Sets, Carvers, Five
O'clock Tea Kettles, Plated
Goods, Shaving Sets, Mirrors,
etc., etc.
Anderson &?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Local Notes
Bu) your Turkey from the largest
Belectlon in the city at The Reichenbach Co.,  Ltd. **
Th. Pythian Sisters .arc considering
-giving another dance early in the
New v..ai*. the social function held
under their auspices last week
having  proved eminently  successful.
Everybody   get    your
'Purl
ey    at
Relchenbach's;   hundreds
to
choose
from.
��*
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf t-e test quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCHIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard B'.o:r. New Westminster.
An  order for letters of administration   was   made   yesterday  by   Judge
i Howay in the application of th" exec-1
��� nt.irs of  James  Patterson,  of Chilli*
I wack, deceased.    The order was sup-
��� ported  by J. K. Grant.
i
j     A niei- piece of china makes a nice;
Christmas   present.   Adams  Ai   Deans
have  marked all  their    china    away,
| down   to  clear.
Improvements   are   being   made   by
ithe B.C.E.R. on their wharf on Front,
street.     The  old   bunkers   are   being
pulled  down  and  more  room  wil li"
available    for    the    transhipment    id
i
merchandise  fi*<im the tioats.
Qeorge   Adams,   the  Public    Supply
Stores, has jus; received a large shlp-
1 in.-rn   of flne Cat   turkeys and geese
Jusl  iii  the pink of condition for thai
Christmas dinner. ***
Roberi Morton. ,a negro who spent
Monday night in the city lockup, hav-
' ing walked in from Blaine, was deported in charge of Immigration Officer
Corbett   yesterday   morning.     II.    had
; not   the   necessary   funds   to   ��� liable
ing, and Bandsawing.   him to stay.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turn
\\'.. make a specialty of   fir   doors
steamed and kiln dried.
Sapperton Methodlsi Sa/ibath
school will hold their .annual Xmas
entertainment on Wednesday evening,
December 23rd,   commencing at   **   p.
  m.   in   the   Princess   Hall,   Sap]    ton
Admission,  adults 25  cent-:   children
W. E. Walsh, jr.   free.    -\ good programme;  JOnas tree
land a treat for the children. Evervone
Factory:   End  of  Third Avenue. 4.
W. E. Walsh
Phone 413.
New  Westminster.
rs-
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ADVERTT8TC
��� I.N ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
To  INCREASE  Your BUSINESS.
Sheffield Cutlery
pm   ������ Knives, Carving Sets, Table Knives, Forks nnd Spoons  Christmas i   'ts   ���   manj   lines <d useful and dainty household articles.    :   :
BRYSON & SONS
Sole  Agents  for  Monarch   Ranges.
Colu-nb'a  St'��et.
Telephone 65.
com...
Isaac Walters, accused of having
stolen -nine blankets from a nai :her,
was arrested yesterday morning at
Westminster Junction by Provincial
Constabh Wilkie, who broughl the
. man to this city and lodged him in
' the provincial jail, where he will remain  lending trial.
MacKenzle's for Choice Chocol tes.*
Eighteen -Manitoba farmers   are   ai
ilu    pn   ��� in   time   at   Chilliwack   Inspecting properties wiiich thv  in
purchasing.    Nearly all these nn n   re
wel] provided with thia world's goods,!
ha_Ing been engagi I in whi ai  rals
in   the middle   wesl   'or many      ai
ll        the   intention  of  those  who decided in settle In the disi ���    ring
their   families   ��� arly   in   the   new
5 ��� .ii'-
IV.v, Eggi V ���--       If you   ��� ant lots
of them, feed Han- Voglsang  Poultry
i     ���   it's the stuff that contains the
nai     al     foi   egg     i i iductlon.       \*
your grocers ami druggl I
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During the Holiday Season      ��
the B. C. E. Ry. Co. will issue ��
Special
The  C   P.   R.  officials,  il   i,   stated,
are planning a schedule fo ��� i eplacing |
ih.   Agassiz i.v i   .hi iii.- Pacific division.    It   is   rumored  thai   the   public
wil: be reduced to one transcontinenl
al   sl:..   i..  i ie  company   can   hardly
��� fail  ;<. iasslsi   the small towns  In   tin
neighborhood b\ continuing thia nain,
�� hich would be of gn Rt ii *sistan< ������ In .
v     i.vi-liing   Wesimlnste - dally    on
C
q   , mal ket days.
Adu&fcs 50c, Children 25c I   ,;;:,���. IT." ZFZT&
the lately established   Wa   h   Sash  .ti
good until January 2, 1909.
I BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RY. CO.
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Door   Factor)   Is   running   time    nnd
one   quarter.    .\< a    ule  tlie  factory
C      hands work  10 hours ...    .'     , bui  bus-
* j Iness is -ii brisk with   ������        .  Walsh
* ...   Sen thai   12 1-2 lum     is now  the
I
iisumI  thing each day
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Pict
ure
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW   O.N' SALE AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON S  CIGAR   DIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street.
Turkeys, Geese and
Chickens
POR   CHRISTMAS
AT THE
Central Meat Mar et
MONEY INVESTED
For Clients mi First Mortgages on improved farm lands in the
Fraaer Valley; and also on improved properties in the ciii.s of
New Westminster, Vancouver and Chilliwack, which give a return
to the investor ,,f
8 Per Cent.
All securities carefully inspected by us. Over $1,000, ) now invented for companies and Individuals.     :      '���     '���     ���     :     :     :
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
New Westminster
Buying of_Christmas
PRESENTS
Made Easy in This Store
Customers  find  Bhopplng   Iii   oar  store a   pleasure       ;   ,.r,.
article   is   marked   m  plain figures  so that yon can
yourself what  you Bhould  pay.    Wo have the good* on    s
play in such a manner that they can be Been and txai    ������)
easily.    Every person is  Invited to Vii   the Bton   ,.v
around    We wanl you to see for yourself the '.v.    ���,
of  Ki ft  articles  which  are on   dlspla)   at   prlci ���    ���
this store the popular Christina,   -hopping centre,   Thi
below give   a   mre mention  ol   a   few     popul r   i
lines:
SPECIAL BOXES of
Neck Ruchings
:, Chiffon Neck Ruches In fancj
Xmas bOXi s With holl) li -
A most appropriate and im xpen-
siv.- gift .i a lady. Boxi i an be
had which contain all white oi
sorted colors; ii varieties of niching  in each  box.  Per  box   ....   45c
/^Ihandkerchieps
A Special Line of
Handkerchiefs
For Christmas
-���-3 for $1.00
7wi    > five doz.  pure linen handkerchiefs whlcl
f,,r ,  e moni ;��� .������   sold In the city.   'I ."���������   are     ild
three Cor $100, and an  done up In  one-quarter    o     oni
boxes.
A Glove We Can Recommend as
a Suitable Christmas Gift
^HO PRIX, PARK, l9
Reynier s Gloves
are '.ie- gloves to buy.   The standard of thi ove     n  ���
Reynier Gloves are Known ti i over the world for in - :-
Ities.
\\ hen ;.ou  iU) a pali of ;l"  ���   glove       ��� n embi i     tha       I
guaranteed.   V<m take no chance    when you buj here.   Ai Ini
it* you buy a pair to present as a Christmas gift  wi
them afterwards for a  pali  of        ��ami    >:��� '���
~i/.e    wrong
Rea 1 ih.   list  below and n
guarantee I
il of I hem  being
Ladies'   Hand-Sewn   Suede   Glove ���  The   hi
est in .. ia .'.i and mosl d n  w< ai .   tan,
��� ��� d
*?.oo
pair   	
Ladies'   Fine   Soft Kid   Gloves���\    leautlful   line  of  Iii"
kid.    Thia line is known as :l"' "Suzette,"   . nd    wn      had<    of tan
only; per pair    52-����
The '���Bonneval"  Ladies'  Kid Gloves���Our populai   Hill   Ol  glo\       shown
iu shades of tan, brown, mode, grey, green, cardinal, na\       nd
and white which are of a special washable finish;  pi $1.7-")
The  "Sitka"   Ladies   Kid  Gloves     .ivi     of     heavy,     dura   . kins;
_V,iih v tvler and not as fine as   the "Bonneval"  glove;   all ���
per pai,    , $1.*J0
GIFTS For
The Home
Eldei low n I 'omfoi   ���    .   ���    .    *.
Woo: .    .
..'ind Wool I lanl
       $7.50 to $"..50
I      Bpn ad . ei ��� !      ; I.    ���   *. ��� m
each $3.75 *.-y $6''i
i i v able - .���     $1.7   I
'-.' il
VII   il      .   . '. .
Nap] '   '" ���
*;' o
4 Special Lines in
Drawnworh I INENS
Al  95c each;
������' .'.   to   $1
\'    $1.35    each;
lues $1 ''  $_	
Third     M  $1.95  each:
a. a ���*?..' J", to $3.00.
I At $2.90 each:
1.50 to   . 1.00
Low Prices
ON ALL FURS
Et ei j    fur   In   ilv  slo
t red ��� i "
...nt.     Rememhi i    i
when in search of (i1 i
Established   891
Incorporated 1905
Vancouver
Chilliwack.
Reduced Prices
ON ALL
TRIMMED
HATS
For Christmas Selling
We mi_:.ii just here give s word
of advice to those husbands who
complain about, their wives' hats
co-ating too much. Any man nilKlit
embrace this saving opportunity to
present his wife with a niro hat
for a Christmas present, and save
money by doing so.
Don't forget the millinery section
in the Christmas present search.
SOME THING
Suitable for
The Babies
t��fan��\
Sk   /
W
I
Von cannot let Christmas pass without   remembering    the
folks.   Such a list as given here may  assist yon In choosing aril
and iIns.. are more serviceable than toys:
Babies'  Knitted Wool Jackets) sky, cardinal, pink and wbit< ��� *-aln
and comfortable; made In coat style.    Bach 75c W"'
Infants'   Cashmere   Kimonas, made of  er. am cashmere an
with pink or sky silk;  most attractive and serviceable. Kach
Infants'  Silk   Dresses, made    of   Japanese   washing    silks
trimmed with  lace and embroidery   Insertions;    yok.-s     are     tue
sleeves are full with draw string at wrist:  skirts are full with u,1_
hem at bottom.   Each *250 *�� *
$..' 00
W. S. Collister & Co
f
THE  STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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