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INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
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LC 10  1908 | ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
JEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
'/CTOR^'
iwns still has
HOPES Of CLEMENCY
lll)vt��s have mm
FOR NATUNAL CUP HATCH
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.   C,  WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9,
1908.
FIVE CENTS PICK COP\
���tice Has Not
Ub
Decided .- i^
Prisoner's Favor.
''ary
t'ere in
in-
Clio.-. ;,
onvlcted murderer I at    \\.
Mr
1   irans.er.cd from Sham-
'��cks Cannot Plav ____ c .
ul r-iay on Saturday���
Tr'P by Boat.
CHICAGO UNEMPLOYED   ABSENCE OF SUBSIDIES   IMS presbytehians
FORM ORGANIZATION   HILLS SHIPPING IRADE! m mi ALL mim
'Uncrowned  King  of Ho-1 Mail Magnate Says Pacific
boes" Presides at Meeting;    Fleet of America Will Dis-
lames -������ ������
cl Mr
UrlllU'-J   tO
Dec. M. In
lella and I*
I ,. - -. ne.. commuted "j
who .-   con-  hai��������� , C       and Kir
0wlQ8 team has been
Saturday, National cup tie
* !l'""   li land:
in Loft on a Top Floor.
rUon
hanging on Friday,
company with Jack  Per.
ing,   has   not    yet
appear In Eight Years.
tor
The
nenl
of Pertella and the Chinaman Is
ol   Justice    some
til lng    tha    authorltlea
tki  I'- course, bui
'   "" ,"'i,!'1 with re��ei
ilthough all  pa ���
,.;ii the case have been
.  time,    in vii -���
.   .-.ur. iction of    th.
ipon    merely   circun
opinion i ���
that the    enten       ol
muted to . me i .1 life
 ll,      MM.
''���'J '��� halv   , Bi I.-
;;;i'V'"      '     ���'���'���'-��� forward,,    Hayes I
Vulson ~-    Caydzien     and
Lui   ���'���':i     ���  '   .-  . Rice
bull    Sa i
in   Nal ���
nni -V Turn-
''���" s i mn..   pla*.
...   :,,. .   have
1      ' -nes lor Vancou-
'���' ' '' ���        ;       will weaken
'"' ' i. I pal illfflcultj  ���,
':  ' ��� ������      it m.   :.   oi ..,,
an   ...
for -ii
H.���lu ii large loft on
1130 Soiiih Clark street,
Chicago    Brotherhood
"'i. mployed    was    Ioi malty
'Hi - meeting    wa.   a pre-
.   t, .i'n
noi l nv
to -ueii
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cl    ���
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''" '��� I   ��� ���   has
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noi
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u
,  r. ach le :.
-������-.Ming   Lhe :���
...... a
���   the  min.-'.' ���   i -
b. case.
���.   ��� on li ru ��� >:
in*      eternii
I'paralely, will
i nloner    Ha cli ������
 -    ..
irml
i.i   i i._   mill
hi  local .    ..   ���
o th Id        -'-.;.
i.  .   pose of th
tiiu   ii ��� a     nil just i
len i office, thi
. i a ith ii window v... .
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11      i a v I
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execution y �� '11
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lanciul        ...
.-I ih ollecting i
....       ��� ai
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tinu. ...   ,
Chieae     Dec
.....      i(,
y. *:i rdi .     in.
ol    th
organiz
liiiiin-i'-  one.    Iho actual work of th.
organization win oe laid cut m Hull
hous.  T ii   ia; ev. ning, when th.  nexi
meeting   .'ill ���,.  hi m.
It.. I"*  M, Wilson,    called   by    hie
ri''''n i    ���     ' Uncrowned Wng ot   tie
Hobo   . ��� pn   : led ai the mei ting, and
Istlnj    m. ....   .iiime- Bads Howe,
known v* the "Newsboys' Friend" and
��� i gran I in ... Capt, .1. B Ma Is, builder o       ���   Mi., bride,!   in  Si.  Louis.
TWO WIVES SETTLE |265,ij...j     During tseptemoer *��
ORONHYATEKHA ESTATE   lM"M''     iehind   and   .Nov. iii ic
Portland, Dec. 8.���That the .V ..
can flag will hav..- disappeared I'rom
Pacific ocean -shipping within the next
eight years In the prophecy made by
R. P. Schwerin, vice-president and
manager of the Harriman water lines.
i-'or this condition, Mr. Schwerin
blames lu- government for not providing ii,-idies and for diversion ot
freight '.. foreign lines by America.
"Bus ine - on our lines v as ne. ��� w
bad as ll Is now," d. cl ired Mr.
Schwerin last night. "Our steamers
out ol   San   Francisco  last year   lost
| $478,1 :id six mouths of M;._
1 ii they wen   ran  at u  loss ol
..   -i
add. i
Important Step Decided on at Meeting
Of Presbytery���Port Moody Calls
Rev.   E.  H.  McColl.
The r. gular quarti rl.. meeting of
th*? Westminster Presbytery was held
yesterday in St. Andrews church, Vancouver, Vi. ii a large amount of rou-'
Mue business was transacted. Rev.
John M. (Milam, of North Vancouver,
was elected moderator for the ensuing
*.. rm. Considerable tituu was taken
u;i with a discussion ..n assembly remits,
A unanimous call from Port Moody
Presbyterian church to Rev. E. H. McColl was received by the Presbytery.
The Pori Moody congregation offers
Mr. McColl a salary of from $800 to
$1000 a ���..���ur, with on.- month's holidays   .Very   twelve   mOIltllK.   Tile   flltlllc
ncumbeni  is no stranger to his new
cb rge, having been ther.- as ordained
lonary for the past year.   Tae In.
i iction will take place on Dee. 28, at
;. ii. ,   wh. n   Rev.    Mr.  Gillani     will
le.    Rev. E, C. Thompson, of Sap-
SNAKE JUICE TAKES
PEACE OF WHISKY
Prohibition County   Wishes
to Return to Open Laws-
Cheap Spirits Sold.
                    i.i ih .. .   ..-., , hi
Toronto     iec.        *C   inctll        Boyd      "1 JIOO.OUO to run a big trans-
vi    Iin   ti : ihe Union Trust companj   Pacifii liner on a single round    trip.
���u -i       .    i1      v b e '..���'���             ���'   Ihi iese    government    gives    a.
he .-a  ince of Me   ������'���������"���"... agreed   u bi     :,     d in.ountiug to $70,000  ;    veo-
Vale, Ore.,    Dec.   8.���According   to
the officers of the l,aw in Malheur
county, tht; prohibition Byatem is not
,-,o successful as was anticipated ny
the opponents of the saloons. Malheur
county "went dry" Beveral months ago
Speaking of the situation, one of the
officials said:
"Whisky,     of    the     ..aak..    juice
variety, Is arriving In the coun y   on
very train.    It comes in all kinds of
lackages, in bottles containing a wide
aiv-ti   of la iels,    li  is sold in back
anis, and,  because It  Is    tbe    most
poisonous variety of bcoze,' its effect
upon tbe consumer., are obvious,  vVe
are doing what we can to prevent the
sale of this stuff, bui ��� vidence to con
vict the sly grog deali rs Is particularly hard to obtain for  the reason that
every man   who drinks    regards    the
A. | man who Bells the stuff as his    best
n
paid tp her by Mrs. Th. ��� ����������� Oronhya-
���   ha, ...  ... id. ivaUon of hei
ontnehi  ol    It < amis   ,,.,     ���   ��� .    es-
���,. of  ih.   I te li
tekha.
sei.- cai ni1 the Japanese flag.    This
���MM1"- be made up    in freight
nd ng. I.-    by    the    American
\cland On ihya-   steamei If they are to < in p *���   with
��� ��� ��� e lines."
'-
.]  .
���
.
���
:
���
tai
yAMlMHS LEAVE SEATTLE
WHEN KAID IS PLANNED
POACHERS REPORTED ON
HALIBUT F1SH1N0 BANKS
EXPLOSION Hi POWDER
CAUSES DEATH OE JAP
Seattle,  Dec.   S    Gamblers    receiv-
lasi nighl that Instruc-
...   ..   I     en given out to i.e-   olic .
through M I    a I-'  Mi!', r, t.. make
.    .i :
.a  th-   cit;     al
 :  found in thei      \ ������������ conspicuous    by|again invaded by American poachers.
.Vho   Was   Injured   Two     - ���    ' ��������� ���  '���'      !"    haunt     I*  ivas learned thai an .American lish-
l'.u. Rupert, Dec. 8.���The Canadian fisheries cruisers Falcon, Kestrel
and Restless tied up at the wharf on
9 in i        eaving again  early   Monday
imblii ���    i lorning to patrol the halibut fishing
*
all    persons! grounds which are reported as being
o u n 9
ks Ago  Succumbs in  Hospital
��� F,i*e  Fcilc.vicl  Detcn.ition.
iiis  morning,   an. well   known  ing   ioai had put Intc Alert hay where
irofessionals ol Seattle, with bankroll | ba     was  purchased contrary to    the
.iii.l ������;.:,. box*' rms, left   (1    ug  laws.    The  cruisers are  now
\
Pacific    rail
i   her,
���  mill
.
STRIKE.
and  If caught within    the
limit she will    e seize i
GETS   RELIGION.
OON   MAKING  BID
-. DOMINION  EXHIBITIC N
	
:��� -
l
��� ���'  to
n ihe vi.   ��� ���  Me    ��� ..n I
���       ...   Dec.
i lomlnion  Lab    ������
heme    ol    Sask
l<   and  i    .   ,    .:....
ll   - argui il all threi
. .i-i',
��� ..a   bo tar as this i
I and Sask ito< ..     ould
. i  ai   i      allwa.   burnin*
.     ,,,.,,.,   o   v    oth      wlndot        - ���   ih.   -Mas- and climbed
. Ith the ��� \< ��� p  on   -   through.
i_, ..  ;,,   ��,,   found an I brougni  m |
hospital.    II.   ���'. :    26    ���
Chilean Miners Clasn With Pclice ana   P;.t Ci-ow*;,  Kidnapper and Desperado.
KhI   Several.
i    Me  S     *v strike ha
('(..Un .     .i    mini -.
.   ilispati hed  io their
,;  i,....,.      Before leaving hia Polh i                       tied to i'i ���-. Sev-
quantity u .ai ol them  wi   ���   killed or wounded.
on the stovi. and 11 ... ,- ha\
,    was expi           a explosion       ��� - lief.
.   and  unabl    to ���������������
,. the d. "i th ougb th.
Now W. C. T. U. Lecturer.
Chicago,  Dec. 8.���"Pat"    Crowe    is
g on   the  lecture  platform under
usplces of the Woman's Christian
T.:i.j>e,iinc ��� union.    His fii si address
li ;-   red Thursday nlghi    In
St. Mai.. - hall, Evanston.
Features of Roosevelt's
rton,   will   preach,   Rev.    .lohn
i   will   iddress the new minister,  friend."
i  v, IM  l. Wilson will aid-ess tin        .".siress has been less actlv.  iu al>
of the towns of Malheur county sine.
quarterly  home    mlssl. n    and    rohlbitlon    was    inaugurated.    Vale,
mentation  report    was    presented  ;      county  Beat,    and    Ontario,    tho
Rev.  Mi*.  Logan,  following which   biggest town In the county, have no
ial granl   were passed. money in the ciiy treasuries as a re-
At the    afl. mu..ui    coni. r.iic-    on Lull of the loss of the license money.
Voung   People's societies,  it was    de-j    Three suits  hav..  been    started   in
cided to form a union of Presbyterian  the supreme court  of  Mi*'    Btate    to
Young People's societies In the West-  have the Malheur prohibition law de-
niinster district. ��� clared void on technical grounds.
The next meeting of the Presbytery 	
vi  he held during the first week in
: v..,;::;;./ ;" '" FRANCE NOT ANXIOUS
FABLED"sARAOOSsTstA       ��� ENTERTAIN CASTRO
DISAPPEARS FROM OCEAN Government Will Insist On
  Apologies   Before   Vene-
whiripooi Graveyard of Gaiieon and     zuelan President Lands.
Frigate   No   Longer   Exists, 	
Says Skippers. Paris,   Dec. S.���11   President  Castro,
  I   i  Venezuela, comes to Bordeaux    ht
II not be aih'v,��� .i   I. set    loot   ou
Nj ;     Va*<  Dec-    8.���The    Sam    ,.    m,. d(ja untl]    ..       jv taa oflered
so--sa   -   ,   th.   graveyard of  helpless      formal apology for the fashion    In
an-   drifting  derelicts    m    the   iVhkh  he  ha.  na.lu,.a  France.    This
ll^uwt. ecislon was made by the cabinet, but
-.        .   ,.;  a si ci. ',   i - ii   \'. .is suspi ���   ���
that Castro would disembark at S   .���
lander, Spain, and because lMs phj
cal condition  may   be   such ihat  nu-
I   .  , . ��� reports     Capt.     James   .
. liters,   of   Lhe    British   st. amshlp
Hornbj  Castle,
M.. says Mi.   Bea, once    marked    by
1ms   been   forwarded   to    the
"i iphlc office In Washington.
h yd ro
il ioi' v< -   mighi   render  Imn < ..
Message Summarizea
Mi.     i   ' :   ell
lie scheme
light  e.   in.
.-   ral
. i. :
Dom
��� lie
Id
������<  BENNETT  GIVES
PRIZES  FOF   BALLOONioTS
PREACHERS  TAKE   UP   FIGHT
FOR WOMAN'S SUF.RAGE
,   ,.,,.,, n .. '     The ilgh  fov muni .   ���,
a re
,     ,   | . ..���.���,. i'       ���������  : ee-
... ,     Tl-I worn, n In chan
to en 11
,    iheir sex ai possible
.up  manj niembi i
|j   ,i    nidi.. .M..   in     t.i
Km ourag. num   .i.
i    Jam..- ..'   ,"''   ,:
���    .iivl to th.   Freu.      .   o
tin rn. tional   aviation
{2500, a- well a     '��� ' ���   **"111
'   '     Vo be added aa prlaes In ���'������ I
���  annual compel li on
.. i lull ami.i.inc.- thai    'be
' ' nu.un   prize oi  ���*-."1  for    tl"-'
li :   ol  lhe  Club lo  l'i main  "'
oi  iii. t>-eight hours has I een
-  Victor De BeaucLalr, who left
1 ���   '       i.    Saxony , last      Saturdaj
bi balloon Cognac and ian.I'M
"   '      .   Pisa, Italy, yesterday, after
':!      i' liity-six hours.
i li.    wom. a   wit'
inun   many   pulpits
are   1. ad nK
v.i. pd   :��� rterdaj
minisi, is .. ia rally taking an emphatic
position In  ravor ol  tne .Men-ion of
;,.   t,,ii.ii io women in Chicago'* municipal affairs.
rii_ full t. \ ol the message oJ
p - .ui ri oseveli to the second �����������--
..,,ii ,,-. tue sixetieth cougi*e0s of the
i ; ��� ,, s ivaa deliv. red yesti may.
Strong k.i'.... - ���    Mn   ra. ���-
lo\\
(       .-.     11    I-.'- :���    IO      th.
iu. iii  ru    ..... iniouui  righi  of
OVel    all  COrpO ......ins
'; i ,''..:���
\i..,., legal all corporau comb na
n,,a> ol . >Ral toi business pui mlt by
KUbstUutlng aew federal law tor Sh. r-
Mi-
billtiea ol   using    railroads    iu   Btock
gambling   operations  and  huge   swindles upon the public.
Pi  iiiiuin  upon MidV ei u   Inlli.i i. .
:   control of principle oi iudividual-
i .in in business.
govern      Crj   of "state rights,'   when  raised
.minn in connection with the ecu ralization
-eaweed and drift, is now ,, broad ��� *���-
panse of clear water. ;, ,. care at a boBpltaj imperative. But
strange occurrence j shouW h��� a,..ivi. a, Bordeaux and hh-
Illness not ������ serious, th. cabinet has
determined thai some - gnal ot redrew
must be exacted from Mi*.- Venefcui Lan
president for hla ignominious ex il
s! m of M. Talgny, th.* French cha ���
on d'affaires, from Miui coun ry iu .!:.__._.
ary, 190b. Permission to land will .��
in 11, conditional upbn he I - -
.1  ... official telegram ol apology   -v.
DISAPPOINTING   MEETING.
doing  an lntor-
:h,    -ulfiag.    hosts     v.a-M,,,,,     .,      . ,,   ,    law,   which   is   W"
I
Patient  for  Asylum.
i"-    Venture,    which    reached
��� ��� :  yesterday Mom the north,
insane man named Crawford
Van
' V au
���*-��� Dawson, who was handed over to
1,1 " ;" tor custody in the provincial
This     man     boarded    ,n��
isiin   i,t   P..i_,_,_,   d���.._��.i    Inn   when
be
man
1 m ai Prince Rupert, but
':*    '   "el dock, (I at Bella Bella
his trunk on the wharf, Jumped
""   "!'   Ship and   ran   Into   '''*.'     *>U��h
11'' he remained until she had gone.
Vl''"' lie came out of his biding place
lookod after until Mi. Venture
''"'".l.    ii,.  was (poi.. barm bei on
age down, bul fear tb il    he
'*t'   lump   overboard   led   ),!,tl   *0
i"ik|, |    nnl|]    Vancouver   ^';��
il
DIVINES  WANT  SCHOOLS
TO TEACH   RELIGION
Philadelphia, Dee. 8.���A resolution
thai public ecoooIs be closed one afternoon ui oach week to allow the
children  to attend  religious  sen oei
and ,- ive Instructions In their own
churches wns defeated todaj after a
livelj debate al the federal council d1
the churches of Christian America
K resolution was finally adopted, in
which ii was declared thai ll w���� ��"'
duty of the school* to provide relit     >
instruction
a
Instruction was given in in
,,,  their children n
the dut} Of parents to ie<
well
thai t,,|(''1
home.
M, open meeting ot .bo Westmin-
i.rc.'ineil, U. T.ofT.'swiH.'OheH
tonight.   F. Haggman and Eva Wtta
, .; .,-, part m o dohnte.
I,... .,.,; mii.; all such combinations
undei absolute governmental control,
making ihi   abatement of abuses the
., iogative ol Mi. executive, i-ather
than of the judiciary,
Absolute divorce ol Interstate cor-
;���,.,i.ions from stock gambling by
,,',,, .lis),nieiii of government control
of Issues ol securities, by enforcing
publicity, simple method of accounts,
.tc.
Abolition of all rebates and special
privileges,
Shon lerin franchises [or all 4'or-
porat'ons engaged In imblic business,
particularly those using water power.
Place ral I roa (I*, absolutely under the
control of the* Interstate commerce
commission a&d so enlarge the powers
of thai body thai U will made thoroughgoing.
control of the Interstate commerce
commission of all issues Of railroad
securities, arbitrary control and regulation of all rates and control of all
traffic- iiprr-f-rapnts between system**.
Give to guiding ganlUS Of railroads
jusi due of wealth, but abdllsh possi*
in   the e.ntrai    governmua!     of
Little   Intarest  Taken   in   Toronto
the License Question.
Toronto, Doc. 8.���The ina-s meel ug
called for last night to discuss the
question ' i reducing the number of
i hotel licenses, had a dlsappointlnglj
small attendance. Mayor Oliver spoke
strongly for a reduction. Other members of the ((.unci1, prominent clergy,
men and citizens also spoke in favor
of  the   proposal.    It  was    announced
thai  ;i  $n... mmpalgn  rund  would
on     the     i.ropu-
LIBERALS   WIN.
thi
iie   n*. Te d   i"  carl'}
powei to d.al with centralised wealth,        j.
M ii..i sincere, but is lifted bj  those 	
who oppose governmental control of
Interstate corporations and stand for
absolute and unrestrained Individualism in luisiue.---.
Bring telegraph and tei. phone companies doing Interstate business under
control of interstate commerc. commission.
the French governmenl anj th�� .. -
patch ....' telegraphic Instructions to
Caracas or the liumcd-ate execution
..) the arbitral award in th.. ia_.-.it; o'.
tlie  Fi ��� och . iaiius.
Dr.  Domingo CasUllo, tht  Venezuelan consul-general at  H-m turg,     .:. i
I). Efccalftnte, consul-g* n. ral    .
:��.(.!.  passed  through  Paris  yesterdaj
on Mi> ���   v. aj to Bani n ler, presu
io ;.,. i:  Pn -i li n* Castro.
DISPLAY   ADVERTISING
UUILDS   UP  BIG CHUF.C'
C-ldtr   and   Motherwell   Victorious   in
Saskatchewan   Eye-elections.
v.ne, \ t. Dec   -.- -"Does advertfir-
Winnlpeg, Dee. 8.   -The    Si-hatebe-   j,,^  .,.,_. ������    v\'ell,  1  should say it did,
wan   provincial   i.\<-el. ction-  resulted   particularly   in   religion,"    said    Kev.
in
he " turn of Hon.    it. Cakler
National  and  state  control  of    all j Saltcoats, and Hon. VV. Motherwell In
natural  resources.    .Men who produce Humboldt  ,,y large majorities.    Their
and* find   market  for that   which    is opponents  win   probably
produced   should     have    far    greater deposits.
suaie oi wealth thus produced than ai! 	
preen;.     Workingmen  should  be    in- Ladies' Aid Elects Officers. [morning papers���the big ones, a pag<?
lei-e.-i.d in the corporations for which i     \i the annual   meeting   of SM An-  v-.1)(.n ll(. liaj th�� money and thre.* or
in   Francis  A.  Poole,  pastor of the First
Congregational church, yesterday.
Mr. Pool.* took charge of the church
lose    their Uhree years  igo.   it was then a morl-
! I.und  organization.    Mr. Poole Started
���""*��� ,��.iih   advertliements   in   the Sunday
they work and produce. drews  Ladle*1  Aid  society  yesterday
Practice of Issuing ex-parte injunc- afternoon, a representative attendance
ilous should be greaib  reduced. Few
cases in which there is < xcuse for such
prooedure,
National
laws    to    protecl
four column-, at other times. H<? took
big type and h" told tbe people what
was going on in the church, what tbt-
sermon would i^ about, and who
would be there.
'As   a  rule,"   .said   Mr.   Poole,   "the
being   present,   the   following  officers
were   selected     lor    1909:     President,
Mrs.  (Rev.)    .1.  8. Henderson;    Urst
wage   vice-president, Mrs. Marshall Sinclair; j
workers iu the employ of corporationsLocond   vice-president,   Mr?,   n.   O   congregation bas Quadrupled in three
and the government, wh.n injured Inn,amb; third vice-president, Mrs. Mc-' Vears al)ll a, a ni��*eting of trust-es ��.
such employ, or worn out In service.       Martin; secretary, Mrs. *\V, J. Corbett; M],.,.j,|,d ,,, enlarge the-chureh 'mi  IlBg
Increased salaries    tor   judges   of treasurer, Miss a.  McLean.    ReportsI^ tWiP, ng preaent itaaC'
federal bench. read al the meeting showed that thej  , .,.
Uncertainty  which attends    punish- 8Um of $700 had been raised by   lbe!    Aid4ie  Docksteader, of Port  Haney.
ment   of    great     criminals,     through Jadies during the past year, mainly by  wu admitted to the ltoyal Columbian
technicalities    and    Indifference     ot mean's of social's and collections. and;).(l .,;...' ].,., ev.nlng with ,. fraei  - '
courts  ami  restrain  and  curtailment had been applied to the wiping out of ankle.   H wlll be n w������ri
of ".ntiioritloq  ()f poni-fi*.
i Mie church debt,
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WEDNESDAY. 0EC
1908.
WIRELESS STATION
AT PRINCE RUPERT
MADE IK CANADA
Connection   with   Southern
Cities to Be Made Shortly
-Two Telegraph Services
It is to the advantage
of every housekeeper
in Canada to n -e them I
Prince  Ruperi      Dei    ..    Within    a
comparatively   shorl   time   Prince  Rupi ���    will have ' '- telegraph
ons in operation, affording splen-
el< graphic   c immunication    with
all coasi  cities,  and connecting with
Land lines at Vancouver.   In addi-
��� > - be wireles.     ition to be in-
iiere earl)   nexi  .-print; by the
inion    governm. ut,    which    i1. Hi
giv.    Prince  Ruperi      legraphic  connection with   the     ities   to   the  south
by    ii   system   of    wireless    stations
located at the north and south ends
Que. n   Charlotte Islands,  and
ai -i potnl ;  : thei down front  ;��;
messages can :     sent direct to ->'-
ation ai   Paichena, it is authors    ��
eported I   i   an American com-  v:"-"--�����-��������"������"������"-������*������ ���
will also    ...   the    field    and   WANTED   Good Hv,   agen   to
a   wlreh             on    at    Prince      Al *rv< I    '     '���'-���       ���--   wa h< i
I  . .   : horse and r - , referred
  .   at  Daily  N ws office.
Magic Baking Powder,
aillctt'.s Perfumed Lye.
Imperial Baking Powder.
Gillett's Cream Tartar.
Royal Yeast Cake...
flillett's Mammoth Blue.
A'aglc Baking Soda.
Gillett's Washing Crystal.
MADE FOR OVER
SO YEARS
(Eslabliihfd 185:)
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD., Toronto, Ont,
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
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I Wanted -:- Lost -:- found i
for Sale ���:- To Rent -:- Etc.
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THE STAGE
"Arizona."
' \ ' furnishi I i
dished -. :   inns-   I        od
-. an :    ��� in.    Addi*.
WANTED   S ition   as
��� .     -���-���-.. ber,   by
Exi ��� ���'- nc I . I Iress,
Office,
booKke per
your.,* lady
News
. M       t -..-���!. ':
' in ��� " Ami i'ii .i     v.,---  play, at the
hou ���   ;��� .   jilt
TI.  :;eatf.   _ Ic sei ms n
���    "- *���*ng   comedy   u AN rKIK_ _1Ul.., ������,.]. by ,lR. !UOnth;
iv    ��� .uul hail   -i      succeeding visil      experienced girl;  wages $20 or $25.
'   '    lellght.    v     hat    gone over thel    Apply M.  B.. Daily News offic
',....  ol  Mr, Thoma    play, Mine and
��� ��� .  i n.1  It  is   n il   our intention  to
burden our readers by reiterating tho
praises   which   critics   and   the
public have written and said about it;
suffic   Is !<) saj
. e.
Tt) RENT���Seven roomed, furnished
house with one acre of ground; also
forty chickens; rent $2H; Queens
avenue and i-Meventh street
I
Furnished rooms from
$1.50 per week up. Steam heated,
bath and modern conveniences. Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. .Archer, Royal Cafe (formerly Lee's).
TO RENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, Apply to Alex. Speck.
that the coming pres.  T(J   j, ,.*_*,������..
entation will be as good and as perfect
i    lo detail as on any of its former
visits  here.    ':'������ >ec the  same
bluff,  hearty  Canby, and  his  comely
wife, the same Estrella, with ber weak
poln - that are nurtured   by   the flat-
ti :;   ��� :   the Captain  until the  frank
In .ii vd   Lb :'��� nani   Denton    re-
her of  he * danger;   charming
��� .    ��� m   Bonita   wit i all the sprlgbt.
n.       .'   youii. sdate, cavalier-
like husband i      i      Boham, and all
the attendanl charac    *s, including the TO LEI
v l.ju. ro Tonj, the   lunt  Dr.    Fenlon
and his eccentric I laking to Mis-	
,,,.,.,., I,,,    i WANTEDGood plain    sewing    neatl
WcCullagh, the    trong m'nded Bchool]
���    U'ns,  thi   - i  an' maid,  and
which    go    to
ip  ii'.-  .     t of I bis  more
in ug ���'!���
Fancy Cashmere Hose
New Style Mufflers
Silk Umbrellas
Fancy Braces
New Neckwear
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the .New \V, s;
minster post office, the hour given In
each caae being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as .. rule, be
tore the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise sMUWl, are despatch.
ed and received daily excepi Sunday,
The only mails dispatched and re
ceived Sunday are the C. P, R. south
and ('. P. R. east mails, not Including
the way mail.., Sap... i' in, Fra. i r
Mills and Coquitlam.
Malis   Despatched.
6:00 a, m. (closed at en . ���:. -
the  pre\ Ions  nighl i    Vancoui er    \ a
M    N.   li.    "Owl."
' .: v    Vancouvei    and   - exc. pt
Tuesday I Vlctoi la,   . la B        I
rally, ay.
Sumas and Seal tie,  lai luding all  Li.
S.  points e:ist  and  south, and points
n New Wesl min.* er and Hunl
ing lon, B.C., via ('. P. R. south.  a bo
C. P. R. east, s ipp.   ton, an I    I
Mills.
v;:n ,i iii    Blalue   nd In
ch I ug all M. S. poinl
���'  ii .-.' i  ; ointi ������-
- i   (..une ,  via G. N
Clo and disti
ver V illey, S n r. s Cenl
.   agton    M..-.  .
Porl  Kel. , and
ti      .   i
day;      Cla   on,      Moi I i
as
WHEN GOING EAsT
BETWJ ^"
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN i i   ,
THE    NORTH-W ^
Embodies the a, f."   LTD,
(or    COMFORT,    c NVRv^,deaj
and   LUXURY      [, ,'",:S|^CE,
both  electricity   an "    : "Ith
brilliantly   iHumi """t
world.      The   ,.,,
Private   compartmen
16 section  sleep. ��� !u' _*L 'ta"dar'J
car reclining ci J^i
modern  day  Co fj�� &�� ,
-��"�� and smoking .           tel' h*
For Time Tab!,
furthrr information ' nr iin*'
t. w. PAwnl '
720 .Second Avenui    v���,  i, u,
.             lr- Wi,.))
Trains &^Steatners
CP.I .   '   ���
ai   New
IHEA'l   NOR'I iiEil.N  || ui
.... N. '.'    .<:.���  ,v
U. N. W. 4.35 n.n
4.35 p
: 1" .,
Thursday   and    S iturd t; id   '���
and Bon   M cord, V. i !-. . | . a.m
i       Thi se in.'nl. 11 Lv. Seal l le     10 a.m
same days as d< spati hed, ��� 1:25
11:00 a.m. -Vanco iv.     i u      md  p.ni.
.-
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JUST WHAT YOUR FRIEND
WOULD LIKE FOR A
PRESENT
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia   Street
WANTED���Pupils for violin ind ma
di.liu;     fees    moi   rate
Box 4.sV, City.
Furnishi l bedroom.    A  ply
(39 Dickenson s-.roet. th.   C       en!
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done    Apply Mrs. J. Sim,
tre. t, P. O. Box 337.
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>HOENIX    ." MALGAMATED
TUNNEL TO BE  STARTED
than  FOR RENT���Furnished  bouseki
rooms; .In q .. beAitlful view;
furniture for sale. Enquire r.iom 7
Hun* block.
��� '; ;,    Di        ���    The   Cam
ited    comi ni..'-      Sm..'  '
onnag. -, .��� hich iiave been show-
t. idy im r >ai    lately, avi rag. .
IJO tons   la.il;   luring the pa it
' '   ���       It   ship]    i   1220    ions    to  the
British Columbia    ���        ���     .. a
S|':,'.':' -   .i  Greenv -��� I  and  1920  i  n
to M     Consolida   id    melter at  Tra I
- 'i"   otal of :m i" tons I elng thi   lai
���- eekly si    n i..     !,     w.       Tiu I
' -   at  Mie mini   is  being gradually \
��� as, i. and It it       ected thai af.
ter thi  beginnii . e a. w year rh.. !
will show      till
icrea   -*     At  tlu    Con v-
dx   \m:i V- u  j
... commenced
��� mnel v,,.,..    .. in tap ,j,,.    i..,..
- ��� .    to the pro
.li    .��� ::        ii.  S,
V B S T M INST E It EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Tnder new management
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, PO
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
st-eet we��t, Phone A 2750.  V in
a*.',   B. C.
0*9O*K>*C*0*O*O0*C*C#C*>C*0*C
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AT ALL PRICES
^dlC-d
No trouble to show
RYALL'S
Goodf at
DRUG
SrORE
Centra]  Park, via B, C   Ele I
way.
12:30  p.m.���Str in     .. Tim-
b. .  ind   and   South Westn
courier  (Tuesday and Friday).
l: 30 p.in -East Burnah
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, bj  cou
2:00   p.m.���Ladner.    Port    I lu
Westham  I land  and  Sunbury,    i
excepi Sunday;  Woodward.   Tue
Thursdaj   and  Saturda;
Favourite, Capt  J. C. B (Sti ve
ton in ill di Bpati h. l an l r
Vancouver.)
2; 30    p.m,    Vane ��� Piper
si,liner, via G. N. It   north.
i:00   Vancouver and B
via B. C. Electric railway,    a u
an extra mall is despal hi i to
tori i via Vancouver at
Bl in.   an I Se ittle, includinj
al      ist and south, t *i. U
"Fiver."
v     C,  P. R -
Mills and Co       i
Note     Th    two 7:30
; ������  i .   ��� il
all points
��� .i :   i in lu I "     Lang ���-.    ... i  d
\ i.   Porl   Ham y.)    The _:30 p.m. C.P
R.  dec p itch    unit!    all  Lowi
poln     east of Coqn
Lv, Seal le 11. 10 v   ���   .-
a m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
\To     17   leavi
���  0     m , arrive G
da       al .. con ��� ���
��� New Wi   ���
im;:, Thursday.
Motive Guichon '���. 10 i  , \
.in iter 8:45   Fi
���   ���:: ������  bj   2  p.m
1      la   and 6 a m   l
Lv, N. \V. 6:20 im       p.m., i     '
foi  Van o
Mv. Vanco ..
:!. 10  p mi   : ii   v. ���
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New v. ��� I       ,o,
������ 50   7 .''. and - every ball
tour then  fti ���
Lv.  Vancouver  tor  Westn aster t\
:  50   6 50   7:20
' .-'"
1
he Milwaukee"
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Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
IV.aie  and K-Viale   Heio  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA     .ni"     McNl^Ei-fcY    ST3..
NEW   WE-STMINS1 tR,   B.   C.
u,inne   431- P. O  6_v   R86
HENRY'S*
Nurseries
c
ce,   Gr'.''.
a n .I   Seed-
nhousea
housi*.-,,
3010   Westminste-  Road.
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
Branch Nun   -.  South Vancouver,
Ai i lima '/vl 'l.������- ted stock.
SEEDS foi   the    prlng    trad.
ii   be I iwer   In    Eng
'     .   M- im       Holland,    I'n." I
.":..���'   and i a toi a Canada   as
,i   tho ie '���'. hi .i , an be bug-
- hm  :��� own "i B. C.
��� - .: '    ico 1     .    frull tre.
���i , .  . mall  fruii      11 li 11}  home
v. in propa
tearing   lo
ie niiiin I.   . ill     lc
va li ties suitable
.. b, C.   All Mu   besl make of
pump .
i*. .Mii/ei...      Bee     Supplies
8]   i lng M'i ' Minis, Cut    Flow
er. . etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
J. lhwsome&Sons
Painters and  Decorators
Estimates ..n All Wort Gi
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia  and  Eighth.
'i .   .     Movln ���   pii     ��� -    i
'   vv      ;���   .,. im , hai ���������: Moe
v.', dnesdaj and i i
8p. ��� Ial   Mai ii        fi :     !,. ip _    md
Children Sal u   la;    :' -   oo j;3o.
'The   Pione��r   Lunittd"   St  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"  Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South     Wc*    Limited"
Kansas City to '
No   trains   m   tin   srrvict
railr. id   in  the   w ���*
iwb, Port Haney, Po tli I   equipment that
Web '���!���'-     Corm i waukee  A  St.   Paul   Rai
'..       :;.  and  Harrison own  ?nd  ��l'erate  'heir own sleeping
,,  .,    ,.      ���   ,  ,, , ,, and ��� in. i ���   .rs on alll their tra
Mails for Port M M    mil B
both \la Vancouver and C  !'. H
filVffl AWAY
!
with
IKK
war.- .
will -r.\
late   Pot
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i-h.i- ���
I  I I  i .- ���
C   I3CO-
ADAMS & DEANS
PAore 9.
ROCERS
Columbia St.
The Moody Park Store
Corner Sixth   Ave   nnd   Tenth   St.
A full line <ii Groceries, Confec_'Ons,
HEATING STOVES
"' J'.i warn a heati    fo    ofl  or liard coal   ir wood we hare them.
Oxford Plorance, Oxfo     Oa      hands  In    . pearance and all with
heavy nlckle trln n -      .   ., |arge r^nge ol airtight heateri
Do not forgei ��� call in nnd IriBpecl our Oxford and Lorain
Ranges, the rang,    that rda] genlitne iction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Boh    !
Stationery
.ind
Christmas
Goods.
w. h. sr/
ITH,
BOO
:���
Proprietor.
Of
'ERA
16.
IfOUSE
<INGS.
Dec.
Wh.   Qir
ive Home.
Dec
21.
50     '.Mi.'S
IMhii   |;    -on.
Di .
24.
M,v
n a i
Di c
nr,.
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Dec,
L1:..
Th,.   Mr.
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Doc
30.
Florei .
noi ���
rl
Jan
1     Si piui
Mails   Receive*J.
0: ir, a.m. Blaine ant! Seati In
eluding all U. S. points, \ a G, .'< R
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.    S i i HM,
Tlmberland    n i  Soul i   \\'i  ���   ..   *
by courier (Tuesdaj an i IM Ida ��� i
8:20  a.m.    Vancouver and  VIi
via B. C.  i  ���������     ���   railwa;
9:30 a.m.   Vancouvei    via G   N   R
10:00   to   11:00  a.m.    Ladm
Guichon, Westham  Isi md    od
day. Thins In., ami Sal la V
ward. \ La .;'' amer Fat onrit-?. (St
ton despatched and rei \ an
couver. i
12:30   to   l    p ii.     C    P    It.
S ipperton, Fraser Mill    ��� r.    i
I nu.
i: 00 p in.   Vancouver   . 'enl ��� al Pari.
. Fraser Ann.
l :30 p.m,    Basi Bui. . .
'    2:30  imi .    Burqultl im        cou
,    '-'���������'���" p in    Blalm   m I  Se ittli      li
eluding all M. S, pi In.s   al io all
���.(; ween Blaine and Ne . '      tmli
via G.  N. it    v..   not.   a ���-.-..   a
d.-ivs on  which Mn ie malls
patched  and received, i
t: 15 p.m    Vancouvei   .., <;, n.  it
"Flyer."
ii."" Vancouvei via B, C Electric
railway.
9:00 p.m. Victoria i ia Vancouver.
7:0(i p.m Sumas and Seattle, Including all M. s. polnte and points i,. -
(wren Huntingdon and New We,tmlnster,   via.  ('.   P.   It.  south :   ,i!so  Fl I	
.Mills.
1 :00 p.m.��� -('.  P.   ll. . as*
. trons   an   excellence ol
. btainable elsewhere
ROWi . General Agent.
[.IS Third M.. cor A!-4-"   *>iirtli*_d Of
give
lerv
i
Street Letter Boxes
Eastertrool  Milling  Company.
Ebu
rnc.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
[mperial        $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5 50   "     "
McQuarrie & Co..
ii. ��UR ANI) FEED MERCH \.\ 1-
PRONT   STRErt
New/   Vyestmlnster.
Telephone 333.
BOARD OF TRADE.- .N'ew Westmin
Ster Hoard of Trade meets In the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thurs d,ay of February, May,
AUgUBl and November, at 8 p. va.
Annual mectlnj.n cn the third
T li u r s d a y of February. New
members may be proposed ami
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. ED. White, Sec.
Following I ��� the con
streel letter boxes, togi thei with l
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1 Eighth  Vve and Tv
2 Eighth Ave. and  hllghtli St.
..   Sevi nMi  Ave.  and  Fourth Si
i    Sixth Ave. .ni I   I'ii.id tit.
..   Sixth Ave, and Sixth St.
Ilxth   Mr. and  Ninth St.
;    Sixth  An-, an l   Twelfth E .
b   Sixth v.   an I  Fourte. utb rf1-
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i     Fourth  Vve an i Si ������ a i :*'���
l     Fo irth Ave. and  Fourth SI
I i    Fourth   Vve, and Secon i
|i     riv,i .\v,.  and Second St.
IG   Queens Ave and Flrsl SI
I ,     Queen i Ave, and Third St,
I i    Qui ens Ave, and  Sixth Si
in   Queens Ave. and Tenth Si
20   Eighth St. ami Toronto Pla
lm    Hanlan and Tinner Sts.
22 Agnes and Tenth SI
23 Agni s ami Seventh sis.
_'i    \,j.i\i*.-i and Fourth SI
26���Agnes and Elliott Si
26 Vgnes and Dufferin St .
27 Columbia and  Leopold Sts.
28���Great  Northern   Railwa*   Station
29���Columbia and Elliott Sts,
30   Columbia and Fourth Sts.
���:i    Columbia and  Alexander Sts.
32   Columbia and Tenth Sts
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34���Fronl and McKenzie Si i
35   Fronl and Lytton Square,
::,;   ,,-,,,���, si., Sohsake Building.
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38 Columbia and ,'*'Mrv s,<
39 Columbia and Distillery Roa.
40-Elghth Ave   and  Rlcbmon.
41���Rlohmond and Keary Sts,
43���Columbia and  Alberta S
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Published by the Dally .News Publishing Comiiany, Limited, at their
otfices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets,  New West mint, ter,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
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,���Toronto Globe, Dec.   1.
Thi  next regular meeting of the B.
HOLY TRINITY  LADIES | f*   Fish( rmenM   Union will  be  held  in
HOLD SALE OF  WORK  thu   Eagles   Hall,    Xew    Westminste,
B. C, on Saturday,  Dec.  12, 190K.  at
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WED/SIESDAY, DEC. 9, 1908.
AN OPEN  PORT.
The concerl and sale of work, in
connection with Holy Trinity women's
auxiliary proved very successful yesterday. St. George's hall was well
. filled, and over flOO was realized for
(church purposes, although the complete returns are not available till all
the  receipts are  in  lurnil.    The stall-
\S"e may be fortunate In having an holders were:    Plain wot
two o'i lock p.m.
All   fishermen are  cordially lnvli
'., .,1 en I,
P.   PETERSON,   Secretary.
Public Meeting
open winter and frei navigation from Armstron
; ���   ��� I. . 5 . 1
Mrs. W. I.
.Mrs. Jones au'l Mrs,
the mouth of the Frasei to beyond the j Dickenson; fancy work, .Miss Jones
Fraser River Milks al Mlllsidi But and Miss Phillips; refreshments, Mrs
the keeping of o],en svater should not | Dockrlll, Mrs. McColl ,and Mrs. Baa
be a matter of doubt, because the mills Ue; candles, Miss Marian Martin ani
upon the river do not make their ar- .Miss Cotton; fish" pond. Mis*
rangements haphazard, bui plan Cor Dorothy Broad and Miss Margerj
��� vi.-. months ahead. There lore, to j Launders. Among the your.-; ladies
givi every facility for the moving of helping to serve ;'-' w re Miss Her-
the output, aiiil to 1. ep the mills In ring, Miss Harvey, Mi-.* Frances Har-
Cull operation all the Limi we should Vey, Miss Ashby and Miss Cor
see to I   thai arrangemen -1 ar�� made   in n,,, evening a \  ry succes
up any  ice   that   may  form   cert  of vocal and Instrumental n: 1
1 the channel. was carrl. ' out, th    u rang m ml
loubi e ��� 1 the Samson   ing ma       5  VIrs,  \iiuan,ki\      .. M _ x,,u   -A.... ,   ..
'     ''i'luh  this   v'01'-   Watson. '     . .. ion   1.  -    .1 com
A  public uu etiug of the
is hereby called for
Friday  Evening,  December 11th,
,1    S  p.m., .11 the   Council    Chambe
Mil'.   Hall, for the purpose of hearing
re]  irts from members of the Council;
��� v   li enabli  candidates for aldermai
to expr -   tbi ;i vh ��'s on civic affairs
V,*. II. KEARY, Mayor.
Mayor's  Office,   Dec   8,  1908,
ana^er Wanted
NOT CHEAP GOODS, BUT GOOD
GOODS AT LOWEST PRiCES
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Our   All ��� --
$1.65 make.,
Hungarian   Flour   at
��������� ���-   bread.
1  small  tub of
save   ii i money.
Ceylon  T< a 3  11
Irish   Ground   '
Selected   Egg*
. ag :,i:f.  Min
per ti
\ coin
all  prices     3
.;���   $1.00.
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ats 25 -
OUR CANNED GOODS ARE
NOW   IN.
Coin. I'.'as and    Bean      lOc
per tin.
Tomatoes, big size 'i _*���>     *,(.
_���    of T. : - Soaps
;.* '.. Indo ���
Hi': -.
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'IC1I1,
Bacon.
Meal, Ba
Give   is you
PROMPT  DEL   . ER\
'���      1'  !   (V -   - liink  you   will
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COURTEOUS TREA1
Pure Food SuppJy
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... difference    be   ���:	
I reaklng a channel  ��lien    the
ci   is    Irong  and       'ping    an    0]    1
channel    bj     running    through    and
breaking up the thii    ,      This diff< .      f\     [\|
cn'- - 1 ��� i1 ���   ...    after in thu -
callin8      '    ;::';"  ;     '���   the  aut1101 " of  Rickin  ham   ml   Earthenwar .
���'���    ':' "     : '  ,!>   '"^''���n'    "A Including   Bowls,  Jugs,
gineei ill     mattei      rhe snagboa
I be in 1 ommission c. a
..   ".iM-,   mill would uot  be    ex
pected to accomplish much in th.   up-
river reaches, therefore she would bo
avail.ible   for  keeping     the    fleld-ic
moving  so thai   then   would,  be    uo
great   pad'   i" n  vlgation  as   farl
.i -  Millside,
instructions I.sued now    that    will
stand and be operatlvi   in the absence
of  tin-   resident engineer  is  what    is1     Special    for    Today���Dutch
required and  noi  a waiting until the | Notepapor 15c per box.
solid and meetings are called
and red  tape kind- faster than Kinir
���'    , ���.- ii ��� a grocer) .- ore.
Get the Habit      A    m   b; stating exp rien
ni-. i      ii-        qui! M   noi    late -    than
Lo 'ridav, Dec. 11, 1908, to
.me w- dodd'
!'    ' ' ,M New We I w ter.
Butter Crocl -. etc., ju -
Give ns a call when s. - any
of the above.
lhe rair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
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same."
Tenders for Cedar Poles ?
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Tend rs will be received for the
suppl.. of Cedar Poles for construction
of Chilliwack Railway, to noon, Dec.
15th, 19 18.
Specifications can be secured from
office of Local Manager, New Westminster, and Purchasing Agent's offic",
Vancouver.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily .accepted.
W.  H. HAZLITT.
Purchasing A -��� n
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every    order   placed    v..to     A   S":
t     ���is
us    means    a   satisfied   customer.
and sell for the
Frost, ti it be found Impossible with the
Sam.-.ui to  -.. k lep the field-ice moving        to prevem its solidifying, then I �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*>����������������������
Instructions should be In the hands ofi*
some official In the Dominion Government office,* '<. al on< . use craft that  *
can   perform   the   work.    The    river
mil  I   be  kepi  ".   ���   ���    all   cost and   11 j ���
i, of no us.- waiting until    absolute <_.
���  :���  expenditur
Now is tlie tim
���.  it-  compi'    1 largi   expenditure  J
and  at'., ndanl  1; -
to
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��� Arrived�����A Car-
��� load of
LllL l'iADE IN SOOTH BEND KAllllL
o prejiare.    We owe it to the    ri   *   c*
nterests upoi   *    - mighty river. *,
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
FROM OCEAN  TO OCEAN.
The announc m ui      made that thi
. ��� 1  link in    th.     Natl mal Transcon*
Rail - ��� ���' een    Mon :1 ..1
and  U in ii; eg        u tli   .iand.- of   the
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.1     point    t- u
-   rt _>. ol  Lak.. Abltibi and  ��� in-
.. ai d * iw ��� *   La ke N'ip - m
th -  * ire,  that
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HARDMAN
A.  Hardman. A. James. J.  McClugh in Front Street, Trn _t Bloc*
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Rate.s on work of .11. d -*
criptlon or quantity quol I
on application.
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Daily News  Block.
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$   Finest English
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Scotch and English
Tweeds
Ati ui      :,, sail  wati i  on th.   Pacific
..   iand, and thi 1. -i - ol com
pi li. n bj   the en 1 <     1911 are iv .-1
completion of tlu Temlakaming av  ,
:. Ontario trach to the inter   ;���:   Fancy Trousers
:   Worsteds. Tweeds
and Cashmeres
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Tranascon ind tn.   com ag   uto  J
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o tl ion of tii- main j J<
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. ��� osi of   '.    ' ���:������    Ii musl aoi  be
ha    tiie  aim   of
:i . build a line
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and thi   .'.;���-  lau  Pa. llli   I       i
ol . mil u ' ������"' ctlons and   a !
. :  Lmi :���'      ..   I'.  '������      The   ulttl  l I   the
10 percent|Cheviotsandc
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REDUCTION
i Vicunas and'
on original price! Venetians
of every SUIT    L       v   ,
Irancy Vestings
and TROUSERING! Silk and
in stock
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Proprietress,     MRS.     ARCHER
CUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
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Meal  Hours:
Breakfast 6 to 11   i   m
Lunch    n :3o to 2 p. ni.
Dinnei   .... 5:30 to 7  !0 p. m.
Ll '���   Refreahmenta  and  Short
Oi its at al!  hour
WILFRED A. RUTLEY
.���!     Opposite Post Office.   (LATE THOS. C.  MORGAN.)   Columbia   Street.     ;���;   j
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.      Kn-
trance Columbia i nd SIxi
Pennsylvania
BlacksmitKs'
BE5I PUR BANFF AMTHfUCITE ANO HEW WELLINGTON
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Bov   34 "5
'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -   ��� HEW WESTMINSTER
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There's 9 Loud tali
*"-   build ng mat< rial ���
Material i thai
thej   .. i i] ri ed   to  I -
are   ���...- *.-. ��� i.i.;  thai  call   ���
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ii    good i ���    to   buy
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SETTLERS'
ASSOCIATION
OF B. C.
P.  O.  Bo< 550 Phone  iM
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��� !l   Smith's millinery  dej i tment, and are   bowing a i J
��� "f CHRISTMAS GOODS *
��� An earl)   el< c lon   ��� 111 pi   ���        .tita le to the pur. ���
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JW. C.  CHAMBERLIN  Tl"�� J'w"g
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three      ti      Term i
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Comfort il le   li...
roomi i   ool tagi
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iltlvated,    for
51600.00.
GSLLEY  BROS., Ltd.
builders of the Tranaoontlnental la to  0*0*C*0*C*0*C04040*0*0*0-}>0 0*0*0*0*>0*0*CO*0*0��0��C��o*0
��� -.is .mc.- for all.   Ii means a larg. i ��
outlay,  bui   a  Ki'.'in   sinlnii   in 2
M, . ii ti - verj beginning thi 5
n..-.\ .Vvi. nal lln   -"ill be able i��. trans- Q
������Mn   it a    low    n  rale    with o
iii  n- an;   o           Ider llneB, ^
The "i ii'tii il cost    ;i     ������ lm ������'. .  ml j#
li  musi  hi   remembered    thai    ll    i Q
opening  up foi   jpttlemen    in emi n ft
of vii    .i    Inn i      Everj    Kottlei who X
builds  hi    i ibln and  sticks ir.     low ���
In  i he  sdil   w iH a - iumi   his  Bha. ��� 6
the nal lon    burden      The amotuii <.' m
Indi i.t. in.-..    n'hlch l ��� in*-.     i i      :'M ^
enormouB will  I ���   hi     ea ij    fin inci il *-
oblli atlon    for    lh     Canad i    ti lis.. *4
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nted b:   tl." building ol  this railway.: f.
ther m. ......    have   v:"-a     In ���
armaments and wan ('.ina.la i
LOT 7,  Block 36
nn the corner ol Royal avenue and Eleventh street, Splen
did warehouse or factory site; n. c. Electric and C, P. K
tracks run past this pioporty. Price $3000. Rea onabli
terms    this is a SACRIFICE.
Five ac      all clea   'I and    il   ���  '   '
MKiwia  tor $ioco.co.   Terms.
P. B. BROWN
MANAGER AUCTIONEER
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urquoise Jewelry
The Turquoise h; December's Birthitone
Deybie Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Dominion Trust C<
T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
New Westminster,  B. C.
B spend-  O*0*Cr#0*0K>��00*0*0*��O*0*O*O 0*O*0#O#O#0*O0*O*O4O#O*048
J. HENLEY
Mauiirncturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water-..
Family trade a specialty.
Tel.  113. Office   Eight atrset,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   H.   C.
...   ilea    v., ton
in l< ni belief regan exerted
Q   '-'   destlnh i. in the n rn '
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�� It is Most Appropriate for Xmas  Gifts *
o ��
o       Ou* stock of Jewelrj tor the Christmas trade'contains a     eral
<���?   pi) of turquoise setting   In rings   lace pin . waist n '
O   for the ladle , and enn' links, tie pins, shin stud   an-l ring
6   gentlemen, all set  in   l l-karai ir,.i(i
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A Turquoise an.l Diamond Setting makes a charming 	
we can make up in ..rd. !��� on th* pn miss   an   design d<
fi i- tha
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Henry Birks & Sons
TH!;   BIO   JEWELCRY   STOK1
Cor. Haste anJ Granville Sts.    Vancouver. ^
Geo. E. Trorcy, Managing Director
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The Cash Stores
T. M. SMITH
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^City News;
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���   Royal City Mixture. *v
The Na. ib ttill hold their next
..     .:  ,   it St, Geoi ge's
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Hav.   ,011  on iced   . ige three- rea i
lit.   I 0u **
Alderini . all(i    Gray,   who
''���'' ��� ed, are expecting to
today.
lev   ��� ,   ,,,..,    0f    slang, Tony
*���. ��� , ;i    : might.
Cut Bowers and
Tidy.
bulbs of all kinds.
Grand Xmas Gifts     See our window
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P.   Hughe    lefl   yesterday   for  Jed-  *
way, Queen Charlotte  Islands,  where.**
Handsome Eggshell China Tea Set f
Elegant Morris Chair
he will i.    une the managemenl of a
general for    the
Milling ' iv ianj.   He doe
t" return to :',;,. city until n.-xt fa
Don'i  have to buy���just take a stroll through
em departments and ask for coupon.
ie dlffer-
��� .
jail, i
brutal
...  the  . rovlnclal
;.. -orab     from the
.,  pe       ��� . '. Monday,
the Hotel it'i--
ii.- langcd     om 6 p
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r��"Wujx.i7 . .w.
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Si
I A visit to our store any   f thesi
days will prove a rev.        . to
1 many.     To   those looking for
* really useful Christmas gifts, we
I extend    a    special   invitation.
I There are so many things to
choose from at prices to suit
every purse.
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Special Array of
Women's Neckwear
llano       ������. mas l
v ���   ,  ai rivi .1 ' ���*. . ���
. ��� ���   ni ��� ������ ;;.- that i.- n
and    ... * hentic    -  r    v. oinen'i     .-
v, i|  them   ire do
I... -,' -. Ra
pi ., ������     20c.   35c,   50c.   75c.  $1.00.
$1.5C    $2.00,  $3.50  and  $3.00.
I Ladies' Fancy Belts
'     at Very Moderate Prices
\ new shipmi nt of thesi
modltlee hav.. come to b ind,   In a I
wilderlng axraj of Btyles, shai
colors,   Prices are 25c. 50c. 75c. $1.00.
and $1.25.
New Ruchings!
New Ruchings !
In a Thousand and One Different Kinds
MODERATELY PRICED
A special showing of Fancy Umbrel
las, especially  boughi  for Chrlstm i
Price $1.50. $2.50, $3.50, and $5.00
VISIT THE
Handkerchief  Department
\   ... th    daiutj   creations   on
I ,.     Th i.   an    Handkerchl I -      I
all kinds and r.l prices from 5c to $2
Mi   tlon
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ChUli-
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Mi-.-
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ii   ;.i    tl
v.   ition
Sievowrighi   7
i nut expeci   J
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everybodj   ���
at John i,n.   house, ::* X
���
the X
Ch
bargains for
"Arlzon i," the i rei zj  play   of
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   8.  C.
Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
west,   Here tonight.   See It.
Harol: M -. n thy, of Mission C ty-,
. .   ;��� ecord ... 200 Inches-
of v . ��� c, me. viiiUal and
industrial   ��� from an unnamed
3tream     v.- _   ou tiei \  through thc
southwen ���            eel lon 24, township  I
��� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<������*�����������������������������
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M icKenzl   - ��� mgh cure cui������-.
Turn tn [iage tfcree at  on. ���     efoi
All
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reliable
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ration r' ��� . ii.i'. ���
��� mat. rial I
and, in > the
und through which
road passes, much bal
H   red
it .
too la'e.
Jt.ii- _   Christmas  she
comic :. laj  morning.
salt
Th
M is nnd- . --..-. d that no action will \
be   !ii-oiight  bj   the     gal   repreSenta-   for
tiv.    of W lllai . Vi ��������� :.. .ailed  in the   wor
D. c. i-i. P.. tra       igain     thi  compan .   IT,-:
Salvation Ann.     Is    preparing
meeting    and    sale    of
>: . .  on Thursday, Dec.
in    The work has been pre-
u efl
Cool, y's       .      m
audiences in  t '.-. i a-      It  wil i e
you tonight.   I      ra   ��� ��� tae.
members ol the band of love
and lad es ol the loca] corps, many of
the a ��� Ing very appropriate for
PRIME RIBS BEEF
Mutton   Veal   Pork
Best Farmers
PORK
SAUSAGES
.Bologna, iTeaaCneese
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEMY & ANDERSON       Columbia St.
of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1S17.
CAPITAL ��14,400.000.00
RESERVE              $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canaua and New foiimtland.  and   in   London,   England,
.N'ew  York,  Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A .ien*
eral Baa'.nug BusiDe&s Transacted,
.etters of Credit issued, available wl tL correspondents in all nartu of the
World.
8__vlngt Bank  Department.     Deposits received ln sums of $1 aiad upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four ti nea a /ear.
Ch I gifts.   Tin- pf-oceeds will be   Total  Assecs o.er $168,000,000.00.
devol      ���    the local work. M**_vv   WESTMINSTER BRANCH
O. D.  BRYMNER. Manasi"
The ladii.- ������   -    Pet. r's : ai.-.. ivill
ho ii   ���    - '������' and ���'���������* '���' [ng ..
sev in-   ... S     Patrick's   Hall  during
You phone B__.  Royal CUy Cloau-
works. Mats cleaned.
afternoon and evening of W-ln---
th<
���    : -
Thursday the
All       ic    agree on the merits   of
"Arizoi       tl     western play  with    a
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��� One of Our Mottos:
10th.
���* : moral.
Prompt
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St
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hit.
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Knock ti.
on
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It  wi
I make
"hit."
����
Yi:... ���     Sing Ke ��� wi re   sum-
mi : ai   the city    police
courl   ��� -.      otl    Sun lays,    con-
;im   to the tra        i.   use by-law. The
former was Bui I  ��� ij loll irs    and
costs, but the validity ol the law was
.���.���;. cond case, when
W.  Norm; n    Bole,    K.  C, defended,
[t [a expe. ���   chairman   .    .     dng       i    Mie by-law    was    ultra
the  lighting  commiuee,    Aid.    Gray, J vires, as conflicting    with    Dominion
will make  a statement    at    Friday's legislation.    The case was  adjourned
ttg ol     -    - . '���' '!'  r' -*'1    till Monday.
. ac.  to,the    opoai I re I iction In the '
rice    I 11 hi
The doll booth ai St. Patrick's hall
on the 9th and LOth promises to be an
Cameron's orchestra will attend the | attractive feature for the little friends
tirst night of Si Peter's Church Tom-j0f Santa Claus. One grown-up doll
bola and a free concerl bj local talent
will be given on the last ��� vening.
freshments will be served.
Re-
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C-uiumuia  street,
will be given to the person who guesses ! *���*������<�����������.���������������������������*���?,��.���..
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A'e specialize this part of our
msiness and can guarantee sat-
sfaction to our- customers.
Canned  Goods
We have jus: received another carload of the fa;nous
Tartan Brand Canned Goods���
Fruit and Vegetables, Be sure
to try thes ��� jroods before buying
others.
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Public Supply Stores GEOprAop^MS
New   West minster,  B.  C.        Fhone  92.
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her name.
The following    arrangements   have O#0����O*0*��0#O*O04O*040*C*>0*O   C_*K^��K3*0*0*0*00*0*0*0*0��0*0
A Bpecial meeting of the W. C. T. been made for polling at the torthcom-
* M. will be held  In  the leagui   parlors  |ng  election   for Surrey municipality:'!
of Queens avenue Methodist church at e,  m.  Camcross,    returning    officer,!
J ihree o'clock  this    afternoon,    when Lolling   places,   Ward   1,   Tynehead
���all women Interested  In the manage-  8Chool  house*,   ward  2,  Wise's  hotel;.
ment of municipal affairs are Invited wan} :;. Mud Bay school house; wardj
to be present \'. town hall, Surrey Centre;  ward 5,'j
 _  .   |(  ,,._     pra|rte    school     house.    The
r ���-��������--�� j deputy returning officers will be:    IM
.
Don't Forget: The Big
Trade Sale Is Still On
W, are noi gi In    " ll"  " much i i
...   ... ,...���(  ,, .ii the Xm i
,,,,, ' ,,   we talc,   this op] in   ... ���
;,.. thai "a ail Dross Goods    . ,.
|-,nev Linens, on all Coats, Suits and
Skirls   Wn S|     i ill   Furs, Mie...  in
auction ,f from 25 to 50 per cent, c
all lines.
The Sale of Blankets will continue for another
week.    SAMPLE of PRICE R EDI CTIONS i
    $6.75
    $6.00
    H5.75
Trade With
Us and Save
M
3 cans Alvinston
Corn	
'S,'
* 2 cans
Middlesex
! L. W. Davis;
I .lohn Money;
George Troughrton;
Albert Banford.
Tomatoes Un-.. 25c
i Canned IVas.Mid
dlesex brant1,
oer tm	
. 10c
$1.00
25c
$9.00 Blankets for  	
;���.���- im Blankets tor  	
$7,Cq Blankets fer  	
3 lb. Butterv...
3 pkgs. Raisins
3 lb. Currants for.. 25c
3 lb. Mixed Nuts for 50c
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Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
**m*awmammmaBBm&
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 a
Fresh cut   berried  holly,  mistletoe, O
cut  flowers,    greenhouse    plants    for O
IChriBtmas.    Henry's   nurseries,   3010
: Westminster road. Vancouver, B. C *'
most Important   Item   in   Mas
: wlll bo found (n page three,
There seems to be but little pros-
pi 11 of tho Los    Angeles    I ask tbi
team | i; 114 a visit     ���> Westminster
this winter, as the locals are unal le
to put a team iu the Held sufficiently
Btrong to warrant  trying conclusi ms
wiih the California   boys,    Althi ���
all the players on la.*:    year's   star
quintette are still In the city, two ol
t.i.\u are now  deuared from   i'1 ���
on th.   1 iglmental team, as thi.. have
' aol been attending   drill,   and   only
j militia men are allowed on the line-j
up.   "1 lie two delinquents are 0. Peele
iand C. Spring, both oi whom have expressed their willingness to play.   '':-
I failed 10 show any desire to take paid
I in the   diiiis.    Robertson, G, Spring
and Morrison are still ellglole :" '[l--'-
.mi there h. lack of good material with
which to iii! up ihe two vacancies
rhe be I regimental team that could
be 1 u. teioti up here at the i'1Vsi al
tliui would be aiMo 10 meel the V. A.
C on an equal footing, bul would n t
:.   ���'. matoh for the Vancouver V. M.
C. A.
Cf*.
nsure
Yrp
our I
earn
Perhaps you have not got a team of Teddy Bears, but you may
have a team of valuable horses or a stylish single driver that you
would not like to lose. I can insure them against death from any
cause whatever, includi i flre, accident or disease of any kind. If
you are interested inquire for ratea, and I will be pleased to give
i you full informaMon whether you  insure or not.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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nd 443. J
Th.. rushing life oi ih ��� cattle ranch
I*  faithfully  depleted    in "ArlBona."
Opera house tonight. **
GET YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DO.NE  I'M   AT TH1-:
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and   Blackie  Street.
P. O. Box 665
I Telephone 54.
Wing  Yuen  Cd.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Suits m_da to Order.
Columbia   and   iYIM.iiv._s8   Streets.
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HOW DELIGHTFUL
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Government Inspected   BEEF
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Is to the palate.
Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already been sold to connoisseurs
throughout   the  Westminster   District, and   the verdict is   Unqualified   Satisfaction.
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Killed, dressed and sold under the most careful sanitary supervision
ONLY.
eichenbach Co., Ltd
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
9
Columbia St., New Westminster
M>
JAPAN NOW FAVORS    I "TEXAS" REALISTIC OF
ENTENTE WITH CHfNAl   m 0N THL
' -. .ui -md the n: kudo's govi rnmeni
\:cli!ii-lin i   - tti
i ] birthdaj annl\ ��� ���    .
TUCK'S   CHRISTMAS   CARDS.
The   I laity   NT. w s  ia   in   :
Pretty  Romantic Ta.e of the Southern m]..i.| of.christula8   car(]
For   First   Time   Since War         Ranches Enfolded to Local Play- '(**L_________________________��
.,   a        -ii*        ���        ���    ,--.        ��� l                     goers���Weil  Mounted. n       m   of  Raph iel 1          &  Co
UeleStial Empire IS UOnSlCl-                                0.  lAinilon. England     M��
ered Worthy of Notice. and compan      ���    .   .  . n
'lhe com.       drama  oi    Texas"     a premier  position   foi
��� sented at            ipera    hous.     i.i endars and cards, and this  .
,,   u ,          |                            _    night was u qi i t, ho iv ly, descriptive - a ������ more than   ip to th.   n
.   . | in ii                                  iy, showing life as it was, and po The artist., employed a .      cond io
_      .._   .         ;   .., ���   .,, . ...                         oday,    .    ...   more    ...    li   - none at their work and
...          i.     i    ["exas     Ther.     were    iouic nol  onlj   effective bu             ig to the
[essentia        i        ier exciting ,M   Iraniatii   incUlents e ������.     Locally,    ord.        an
...   .     . [,      ,.i,                wh'ch  ii   ,    hoped  do  aot    al-jwitli M M. Mackay, n    .viih    '
the lat.       ,���               Plaj  stich  an importani    an   In Co     ���   h ol  whom will b.
....       , ,.,. ���                m       ii ,i iii.- in thai country, and    the i< show sam di     o lnt< i
,i    .      . _         , olltg ,,,,;.                vi'-. ag   ..  II   i    the   .in.-   bom. For Chrifetma   greeth
...      ecenth             ished              e and  pei i eful aci Ion ���,  ��� ere    well lhe  ch Idren on.       n             i     .eti
. ., .    lapan    nd* the  I'nited States���| trough   oui   by   he compan     ���     ent*   tha   II       i th ���      varied
li .    ly  i!l- "ie casl ol characters. assorimenl
on   -i ition     il                   ���������'   a coujili   of luvi     lorie ������     	
.vii_i through the roui  aci , on. STRAWBERRY  hill  notes.
.... (* i, i ij.  .               was  enacted   by   a    coquetlsh A movement is nn lou           ave   u
nt is tin    ;. *    ndication    i<           A-    w'lu    "''''    ";"'    ��xperienc school  built   In   this   viciniij      Ther.
_,.,,,   ,   Btu n on the pa;    ' ''" '-''  '" lu'liu' '���'      '���";'   "r    more, are  now sufficient  children ���          ���  ���
friendly relations jwhilsl the othei  was enacted bj  little age, and  there i-  sure
xas"   herself,   ivho had   no  former Increasi    In   |io   tlu                 be     neai
.   lenc i  .-.    no   -low in learn, future.
inn.    The cowboy hero, and  the other People living  i   n   the                  an
ranch hands were refreshing, and the, looking   forward   with            i i Iclpa-
THE
Road to Toy Land
15
UP THE STAIRS
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
..,,,.�����: i i .        Ba. ���
8:20  a.m
Ulanl i    i.\ ��� i. ������        .. i
:: 20 p.m.
Whethi ;    ou travel l         easur.
busin. ���   i;
th    .'.   P, R. a are     -��������� - iin    of
���  d, safel I i omfort.
'I        ��� .  i roi          polnl ���
Westminster
Transfer Co.l
t.mre 'Phone 18s.
Columbia   Street
Mill' !'.
any pari    *    ���     :
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPO'
Hundreds of people are
travelling it these days.
For further ;>_..       Mar- and reserva.
t'ons apply
GOULET,
Ag 'nt.   ������ *..- Westmlnstei
oi   to C.   B,   FGST1 '
Asst.  (lenl.  Phil     Kgt.   V-inoonv,\r.
Follow the Crowd    Lower Fra-er River
if you want to .-ee the finest Freight and Pass-
i i.i ���      .-     iviir  1)
the .       a    si
en      I in I 'ninn'- ,uiniiliiri.il), the
.-������]! the ; wo pow. r_ ha ���-.
I necessary  Introduction of  the  vlllinn tlon to the opening ol   ;..   H  c   E, i(
 ,                   half-breed,  togethei   with   the  :iliu<..'.i Devoj   &  in. n-'' n
necessarj   introduction  of  the   villain now running
cashier   short $100,000                   English lord almost added the   melo" Mr. Bennei  and ran           ..    noved
lost in MINING STOCK |'<' the drama, from   Eburn<    and     ���    ��� ;    in    their
                           I    I nder iiiv.ii'-ii.i.  i i.ii.iii|(iii- ib.   plaj houae.
display of
TOYS
].\'|T1IK (ITY.
Texas" .,- shown on  the board    la it. Qraj  Is building a u. w house on
evening i-a a natural portrayal of cer his  property.    Mr. New    n           pur-
!;"" conditions of life. chased the  Brlgga   ,,,,1    |8
1               " making Krc.t Improvement.    ,,,    the
CATHOLIC BISHOP plans w;Mv of clearing;   while Mi   Peacock's
A VISIT TO THE MIKADO '"'w   cottagi    i-   qiilie   an  addition   to
 H                        ih.- district.
horthgel    New   ifork,   Dec.   *.    \   Bpecial dl Mr.  Snelllng    im      imrchased    the
| patch to the Herald from BoBton .aya Burleson   Bve  acn   propertj   and  haa
.  - I      i  .wing     in
Hi aldsburg, I !al., Dec S. A short-
agi of more than $100,000 in the Bank
il u. aldsburg came to light today,
with the transfer <..i iin- busluess ol
thai Institution to iii" Farmers nnd
Mechanics' bank. Edward Rowland
the cashier of the bank, bas admitted
that In.' Is responsible for th
I the Mmd*' I H bank.
William Rowland, the father of the] that   Archbishop    William  O'Connell, j already   mud
cashier,   offered   Friday   to   make  the
shortage g 1. the stockholders   and
Rowland, Br., to supply the hecessarj
funds to continue business, The foi*
lowing day.  however,    a   proposition
who, in 1906, when bishop of Portland, clearing it. <i. VV, Hyde has bought
Me., was stmt to Japan by the pope It. Oray's old homestead, and la now
with a mission i<_ the mikado in the settled on 11 with h
Interest of tbe Catholic church, is' Messrs. McLellnnd, Stanbrldge Kel.
j making preparation!. Cor a second vis- loe, Shlngler and Dei v an'busy
from thi Farmers and Mechanics'bank  It, and will start  for Tokyo early   ln  Improving their ranchi
to take over all  the business of the 1909. 	
Lank was accepted,     None of the de- ,    <>u   hla  prevloui   visii    Archbishop European Alliance Denied
posltors will lose a cent,    it   I., said O Connell arranged for the establish-'    Paris,  Dec.  v   Officii       Q|ai    haH
there  will   be  no prosecution   in  the | ment of Catholic universities at Tokyo  been given  the dlapa
AT
Morey's
enger Service per
bb.     Favorite
Carrying ... isengers to
ali points between Nev, Westminster
and Westham      . i .
Leaves Bracl man-Ki���:���'.-. wharf dally
at 2 p.m.; .add.' ��� trip on Mondays,
leaving nt .". .i.m.
Returning leave Westham Island 7
.a.m. dally, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m., calling at Steveston ;'s
Inducement offi rs
i> O. Hox   474. r�� -I
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprletet
Man.if... ' ��� ��� '      '
Wrought    iron   Gates,   hence*.   Crest
Ings,  Balcony  Railing'. ;*
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Wori- ;nd
BLACKSMITHING
Office and  Worki:
Icnlh Street.   -    New Wesl \M$
COLUMBIA ST.
TAKE
The White Pass
m     m     m     "'and Yukon Route
 jfor CONRAD. CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE    HORSE,   DAWaSON   and
ff~* f~l 3 |Y> K> f> r*  FAIRBANKS.     D��..)y  trains   (excepi
_rn:i.tter.
and   Naga al
  I    I    I   iindci-sliiO'l    I'rniii   llorlin   in tli.- .ffi.fl   Mint  Krane..
Rowland lost thi   monej   In  minim,   thai  his comln     ,   , ;.,,i    ,,, ;l ,.,,,n-  (jroal   Rrltain  and   Ru
glock speculation, pletion  of negotiation    between    the to conclude a formal
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight   connect    with
.,,,,,   , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^_.    stages at Carcrots ind White Horse,
ni.in.iiin,,  Nolary Pub|ic Conv��y��no��P I maintaining a through winter service.
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Room   10.   Brine   Block
New Westminster
For informalicn *pplv lo
P. O. Box 795 I    j   ff.   ROOERS,  Traffic   Managet,
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    AC"*
WARNING   TO PURCHASIR6.
J-Mi :\ asslgnm. nt ol thi
South  African   Volutei r i n
land grant must   be bj  wa
Ipolntment of a substitute an
in the form provided by tin
Special attention Is called
section il Of Section 6 uf the V     Bteet
Uountv Act, 1908, which prm "   '"'
no asslgnmeni of the rlghl o
unteer by the appointmenl
sUtute shall be accepted oi     -
by the   Depart men t    of  ���"-
which is not executed and d.-'.  ���
the dale of the warrant for lh   Jj
grant issued by the Mintate. .     W
and Defenee in favor of tbi  ���
j  W. GREENWAY,
' commissioner of D< ���
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11  Decern** 22.
M" :-M
M   P  It   Aei>n-
NAVAL  CONFERENCE
IN  OPENING  SESSION
60   YEARS' 	
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Mon Ion
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frame a ..-. .ar. wa   , he.J
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lulclilr uacerUiln our opinion froa wl.r.ilu-r -.n
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culnii"*' '.t nny ncleiultlo tc-urnnl.   Term. Mr
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WljW&CoSG,Br(,,M,w,^NewYork   ;'w,tl1"<llni,er to <he ******ual
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Wednesday, Dec. 9
Hollis E. Cooley
PRESENTS
America's Greatest Play
By Augustus Thomas.
Same Great Company.
One Year Each New York, Chicago.
London, Eng.
GRAND    PRODUCTION   COMPLETE.
;on\s
Johns*
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYE for
dying all woodwork furniture
nnd  lloors.
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX for polishing nil woodwork.
(Correspondence
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
SOLVA for removing all lialnt,
varnish,  etc.
JOHNSON'S PASTE WOOD
FILLER for tilling the grain and
pores of wood.
Admission 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW K. OF P. HALL.
Eighth   and   Agnes  Streets.
Hours: Morning. 10 to 12; afternoon
2:30 to 5; evening. 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. On Saturdays
10 to 12, school children under 12
will be furnished skat.,- for 10c,
Anderson &?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
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OOKSLETS
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JOHN   REID'S RECORD.
Editor Daily Newa.
Sir,���Would you kindly    allow    nw
spa.v io correct a statement    which
appeared In your editorial thla mo
ing, ami which .1 allowed to go as yon
put lt, would iiave a tendency to pr.
.indie,- me In the ��� yea of the electo ���
in    the    forthcoming    election.    Von
state, amongst   other   tttlngs,    "thai
Messrs. Adams and Reid   have   seen
service  In  the council,  but  were
feated at the pollg by small major -
ties, ,'ind it remains to be .seen If tli.
ratepayers  will again  favor either .;;
th. in with their confidence."
-N'ow, Mr. Editor, In regard to Mr.
Adam.-, l havL. nothing to say, he being quite able io light hla own battles
but lu my own ca*;.' you forgot to
state that my defeat occurred almom
twenty-one years ago, and waa for no
discreditable reason. The Sund; .
closing by-law. the Introduction of
which caused my defeat is in USe today, and 1 don't ihiuk Mi.-iv js an.
citizen of the town who would say
that it was not In the public Inten .
seeing it has not been wiped off the
statute books of the city after twenty
years trial.
I  might  also say  thai   in  Noveml) i
and December of  the  yeai-  following
I my defeat, a delegation of Mi.- men
who defeated me can.,, and urged mi
to allow my name to be  pui  forward
jas a candidate at  the following ele.
Ition, expressing regret  at  having ,',,
'������ated   in.',  and  proffering    thei:-    ur
WHEN Y8U WANT ANY KINO OF   POSTCARDS
REPAIRING BONE
ARM   NOW   ON   SALE  AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERV  STORE
Such as Guns, I'mbrell s, Typewriters,  j.   g.   GAMON'S CIGAR   DIVAN,   F,
or any light automatic machinery re '
paired, go to
ALEX. -SPECK
Columbia St.
Man on the Wheel.
, but I refu.-ed to accept nomination,
and. at the time had no Intention ol
becoming a candidate. Later, on
nomination day, 1 was persuaded
accept nomination, and was elected
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and I the ,, , ,  hIgheS,   vote 0���  th(. ,,-,,  ,,,���
"THE FAIR." Columbm  Street. | seventeen,   and   only   four   rotes   less
 I than the highest.    Sine  then I  hai
AA served two terms on the school board
VV�� IN. Dfcipct*!o1 '
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Large steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One il>ii for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Blccl;. Near Tram Office.
Phone 275.
XMAS GROCERIES
Candled   Peel    Raisins.
.  *.    line   of g< .-  .i       rovisiona;
. ' ���       Try   on     _������< Is    and
.- m    again.
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
l_llard -.lock.  New Westminster, B C
; feat, and I think If you will taki I
i troubl. to look ii)i the result of tho-*o
, elections, you will find l waa far f nn
i l elng .��� the bottom of the li.- * t
��� can lldat. 1    cei I ilnly    thinl;
j-.-.,-- Editor  thai  your statement,    that    1
CHOICE     MEATS   | was a defeated candidati  was vi
fi tched;   seeing  ilia:     1   wa      a
AT TIHC didate   in Bve different occa lon . and
j got   the  largest   vote   I evei   re
he lasi   time I  ran foi  alderman.
- no doubl your privilegi , a   ji M.   i
11 i itix.ens. to examine Into tl
Corner Klghth St. -and    Fifth Avenue   ,,..   and   standing ol   all   a    i rants
Central Meat Market
PHONE    .7'.
BOWELL  &   ODDf.   Pr-
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
THOS. RUTLEDGE
CABINET  MAKER.
(Three  V. ars  v, th   I   A. Lee.)
Ixth Strei    ������. | ��� Vvenu     has Just  opened    and    . illclts    your  in my opinion, unfaii  and   inju*  . and
for  the posl' Ion  of  nl I. rman and   II
��� hei ��� are any   good  11 asoi     ���>������,,;   any
of us should not be elected >ui
duty ;.i express  :in in    but  i s    ���
��� -   ii  as to w he hi    i he   a i    ��� rs
\\ ill again favor us u ith    thi i    coa-1
lid. nee.   withoui soi  I
i eason why thej sho ild noi
Phone "-0-M
Ladies' Hair Dressing!
Massage   and   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner  of   Sixth   and  Colymba.
patronage.    Mi- ion   furniture a  spe-   intended  to convej   a   wron ire**- J
"ialty; office and store  furniture;  all   sion  to  tne  mind- ol   people  who do
Inds of furniture, repairs
First Class Wo ; man hip,
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: nder St.
Opposlti   "J
P. O.  3ox  304.        HCube  Phone  B 29.
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I Electric Railway Service;
^ lnterurban    Line.
��� Ci*rs   for Vancouver  ^-nd    war
��� Stations   will   run   every  lialf-
��� hour   from   6:60  n. m.     Last
��� ear leaves at u p, m.
(Last car Iv. Vancouver il.'io.)
*>
��       .'ais   leave  ttie  depot    every
*>    twenty   ini.uites   for  both   Sap-
��� perton and city llmltl over ttie
Citj Une.
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City   Line:     Cars   leave tram *
offire on the hour, tweaty mln- ���
'ites nfter and forty minutes af- ���
ter, coinmenelng at  6:20  8.  m. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ������;;���
nt ten minutes after the bour, f.
half jnist and fifty mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 #
a.  m. '��
Sunday  Service   r.nl nrtirlr  b��- S
tween 8.30 aui   an.  11 p.m.
noi   know  me personally.
II theie are an.,   v ilid    ��� v...     why
I should not be Eavori I wl
fldence ..:' the i ati pay* rs, aft. r being
d. fi ate I i weni -  j .-ars a-^. i. I con
II is your div i" tate i hai . ��� ��� .in,
plalnl ��� and fall ly, and allow th. <-iii-
zeiis to judge for themielvi
I mn ii in and proper person to en-
inisi vvi:h their affali foi i h con ug
year in : he council.
JOHN REID.
N'ew Westminster, D. c. \ 100*
BOWLING.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
, ��� .���-���-���^���.-���., ���  ...  *����������� ���  ���  ��� ��� ���  ��  ���,���.���:.;������::::���
Tii.  Inti i aouse match ... - ivei u Kel-1
iin-t.in and .Vluirhead's lean I
las- evening In a ��i.i foi . ���
.'.-���, pin s, as none of Kelllni
played.    'I'ho.-e v.ho ncl ual       ila.v.       n
Mulrhead's t. am were:
Silv.r 119    M"    ITU    I.."    '.'���"
Henry 94    108     ��1    2J��:i   97
Vlulrhead  . .   .126   151    11"    19.    ill '
Tonlghi    Vancouvi r    ��ill   .   -. .��� .
with the local team,
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& C0.|
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Bridge Contract Let!
Qi nsborougb   District on Lulu Island destined to b.  on��   ��� t
the largest Indiisiiiai centres in the province.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
to get in the ��ay of an advance by buying water frontage ther*.
Shrewd Local Investors
have already more than doubled their money by buying in Queens.
borough,
Maps nnd price .isi on application to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88 -1 09
A STORE FULL OF
Xmas Suggestions
.Ve iv..   made great preparations for this holiday bu iqess,    Special  ourcha e
1   :    und
��� i \ i ������ ih   lines hav.- given us an immense selection which you wi) now lind on dispiav
We would suggest that you shop early and make your choice before the rush of ih.  i
."        I.IM     l..\V    Jjjyjj^
If you do not care to have your parcel around the houae we will Btore and deliver l| on ani dai
may wish.    There are many ways in whleh we ean assist yon.    Make this Btore your headquai
It is possible to mention but a few of the thousands oi Bultable gift articles to be toui A hers
Sofa Cushion Forms���
With pure white fillings.
each   60c   to  $1-25.
Sofa Cushion Forms���
With   pun   lea her filling,
��� :nM 65c to $1.2D.
Tea   Cosy    Fcrms���Two
������.Cc snd 45c.
Fine Footing Laces���In
suitabli fine designs for
bandk. rch'efs; i l widths,
per yar '.  5c to 35c.
Linen Han dkerchlef
Centres���From Bvi to Wn
Inches squar. ich 10c to
20c.
Articles You May
Need to Finish
Your Fancy Work :
Silk      Pom      Poms ��� Ai]
colo ...   n   15c and
20c.
Cushion    Co-*d_ ���  In  b
i- Iel col.
yard   or    In
girdle f< d       i usi
;.. 10c;  ��� ���  -ii)M >���
each 25e  tc  ��1.00.
Rm Cushion Forms���In
o 'long   or
���   10c to
35c.
A Special Sale of Ribbons
20c yard
Regular  25c   to   35c.
Fori j  ends of ribbon wai -
inn in  length from :M  ;o 18
yards, and conststlng   of
dozen   new   pieces   of   fane,
Dresden and    plaid    riboons
boughl nt half pric -. and the
balam e ol  si ori length     * i
clear oui  our rei utai      ���|( ���
This if   i special opportunlt r
to buy for Christmas    lam-.
���
Boys' Heavy Mocha
GLOVES
95c pair
��� 11 j . >   lined gloves   In
lapt. : -.1   i.v hand .
VIoch      tan   onl;
Al     hi     i .line   .-;   ' Ial
you can make y< iui i bolce i :'
a In ii.;.  ca .���   tan kid, made
ii,   :- .-..uiiii-'i
��� ii i.in ��.nly.
Boys'    Woolen    Glover���In
extrra    hi avy    w. Ight,    madi
���. .Jl.   for boys;  p. i
25c to 35c.
Boys'  Mitts     \ I    :/,
b elghl:     per
.     25c to 45c.
An Acceptable Gift
to any woman would
be a
Waist Length
v. ���   bat ���       thercd     i
length      in    .  ���
: es and  I '��� lalnes,    Nun'   V.
.'hall ���  .   I   ��� Flanm *   Fan
Plain  Silks,  Fam j   S I
. ngl h and pric.    i i
���   ������ j     ���������-���        '    hey offer a qui.
....       Ical       ' hoi.''' \\
from 90c to $3.00.
A line of Ladies'
Dainty Lace Collars
35c each
v.  new d<   Ign
in   (i   ental,  . i ilpu i    an I
ill   '..   i .   'i,|      lie,      eol-
v    irnovers     Made
ivith h .   i     oi     lain
and  .'. i- h m    . ichlng on
��� ��� . ���;.-    as    well
in al nei ruching on
toji i earn, white and
il u Special price, each
35c.
The Most Popular Styles of
LADIES' BELTS
I. Bel in plain colorsand fancy .1" Ign . an      III   and slh  i
iel!    an Me coi eel     yles In belts al   present. For Chrlntmsa our
lei tion     i 'ii ma U   In all qualities.     Pric. ��� i go   from   25c   to
$2.50.
Children }s
Necklaces
25c each
���.... ii ..
��Ith
��� .v   .;   i. :i:
Colored  and   Wh.t.    V   -
75c.
Beauty   Pins   Sit,     111
'     ���     .in !   ��� li  ... i 11
. in.-.     .   . 11    ��������� Ith    ���
10c. I5<
to 25c.
Baby's     B-oocl.--*    WII
.   ird      i:.. n  ' "Pi ''
ei pin bi I        ... 10c
Hat Pins, of Every Descnp:a
From  the  plain   -"i:i
and white beads to   th
, laboi ... mounted lop      N '
Ioi  .ju.i  in from  London   i
,,,i.       . xi ��� |.M..na:   v lm
10c to 75c.
The Big Sale ot Ladies*
Ready-to- Wear Clothing
Continues all this month
The immense over stock of this departmenl li being sold al reductions which make it worth your while to purchase now children'*
coals nt extremel)  low prices.
Special lines of Ladies* Underwear,  and   Plannelettewear,   Ladles'
.i.rseys, Boys' Sweaters.
Bargains galore In this department for every woman and child
who may need ready to wear clothing.
Low Prices On
ALL FURS
Evi rj fur in the store can ���
had in reductions of rmm 10
36   pei cut    Remember
fact wh. u in search .��i
inn�� i-'lt'is.
Chi
Special 'display of   Hn''"-*
M
reduced  prices from now
Christmas
nn   i
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   EOR WOMEN'S WEAR
74LZ.
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