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 INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. jphone 85
.i.l.r.Ul-: 8, NUMBER 214
EASONABLE WISHES
VOICED IN COUNCIL
| ...Lh of City Satisfactory
-Claim for Damages from
Brunette Sawmills Co.
LIPE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEWfiWESTMlNSTER, B. C
MML CANDIDATE HAS
SUPPORT OF YUKON PRESS
Supporters  of  Robt.   Lowe. Nominated
fr��r Parliament, Believe Election
'- Assured
Daws��n.   v   T., Dec:    iV-Official
l"'1,li";,li"1'- foi .    0i parliament
'' '   :'"''  "      leted with Robert Lowe
formally in th
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,    TUESDAY   MORNING, DECEMBER 2 9, 1908.
FIVE CE.NTS PER COPV
BASKETBALL MATCH
MAY BE ABANDONED
bavin*
only candidate
of the Yukon papers. Every paper In the Yukon ter-
''���"->���. Including the Dawson Xews and
Worl' ' bai v him. His support*
" '���'���'-''' li" wlll win withoui question,
N '"' ���'���' ' ' " a Is be ng conducted againsi oth,    can lidati a
'*"'���'"   I    a  li ading  miner merchant
of Whit.   )),,.  ,.    ,,, i .,   i . [rc]
��f        P ii -   In Vancouvei   an i    ���
where In   British   Colum  la.
��;     CUT CABLE RATES BY
AT LEAST ONE-HALE
Henmkei Heaton Believes
Thai Pressure and Ae-ita-
tionWill Have Good ifcult
... . Ion, Dj
though it was not the Lasi nie.em .
���.   old   city  council,  statute com
the authority to meet on Mon-
Oi ning,   and   adjourn   sine   die.
ion  Mas  taken  [as|   evening    to
the Bentlments of the members
i losing of another year of civic
Vi ry   little business  was done,
council will meet on Mondaj
.   earlier than the statute call
take   under   consideration   the
reduction   of   the    lighting
. so thai thi y maj bo effective
,   n. w  year,    A  letter from  the
tti  Saw mills Company complain-
!��� lay   In opening the Lulu Is
rldgi    for  their    t
;. .a    .. claim for i
..:.   Important I tte
��� it an i  Jardine wen   al
The Civic  Year.
���  ���   the  council    parted
I   d all tii
Y> ai      Ip   v. as   very  i
ol  thi   '���������
���i  he Imped  the advanc ���
i mtinui I    Th, .  v
. and value 1  frii  id   (Aid
. io ha i       ��� iod
������.'.,,. . ny  im
. ���.'. i. . I   .   ..
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.   i ho ii d     thi ;���     ...
ei   nexi        ,1
HI    woi .   ��� ���'
pre
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a voiced uiim
... ud    ..���
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ol    ud    .-..  ���
Cla.m  for  Damages.
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.    ��� .
|eiting into their ca
and   the
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Los Angeles Team Not Likely
to Meet Locals Tonight-
Plans Disorganized.
The    much-vaunted     l.v-     Angele*
ed as Liberal candl-  ,
He i- now th.
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a
Hi   .
���   Idem of    the
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lucing at        _    ,0  to  75
eeni    i    .. :.   i    ..;  ��� he powei ful
t on thi
��� .
.
eon -���   ici lon    an 1
ii stateowned ea
ARMY ON FRONTIER
Of SERVIA READY
1W MASONIC LODGE IS
UNDER CONSIDERATION
War  Cloud   Not   Removed
From   Balkans -    Russia1
Favors Slav States.
Announcement  Made  at  Banquet Yesterday��� New  Officers  of Lodges
Installed   by   H.   N.   Rich.
DROWNING ACCIDENT WAS
NARROWLY AVERTED
bas] etball team has, to all intents and
appearances, defaulted the match
which It was scheduled to play here
against the Militia team this evening.
The last information received locally
from Manager .... \Y. Halin was a reel:- to a telegram sent on Monday of
last week .from John Reld, advising
mi.i that thi locals were willing to
meel his team and naming the conditions, Hahn's replj was to thi ��� H I
everything was satisfactory, and
that his boys would be seen in .
Iiere tonight. II. also promieed to
forward adveritsing matter to be dis-
tri nted throughout the city, but up io
lasi nighl the expi cted "paper" had
aot   arrived,    .lohn   K.-id and  all
i|    hi   team aband< v i ho ���
i   they   read   In   yes. rday's   News
��� .i. ii had  got mlxe l   ip in a
......
i    v ��� .v   | dim   '���   was   ' ':
iv- in Van
...       :, ��� _    .       ie   V .A C
jainsi
i M C.A.,  bul   be h   ga i ���
Iled  when  th-     outhern i
:      . ions i iffei
.1      .    the   Vancouver   _;oi ts.     With
iver matches         :��� d, It
enn      un Califor.
ii.i   te  in   v. .11   com..     noi   .     of     the
Ine, mor   ��� thoy
ii]   for     Honolulu
��� w  day s.
angi m. n: -   mil le John
v. i'ii  Manager   Hahn   ..  re   that
ivould  tak      seventy live
��� hi   gate   reci ipts,    and
thai  .        .... tlslng was to    ���   In the
Ick a! managi i.    Because
uf the     . -    sfa< torj   conditl      o   a
,   11   Vv
., Ill la  .   im declin a
. .ii be a n..
evening, a
yesterday   being   thi   ni iresl available dat-   to  the  festival of St. John
to  au   the Evangelist, the two local Masonic
lodges mei  together at three   o'clock
! for the annual installation of officers.
The installing officer was  the  deputy
stand master, H. N.  Hich, of Ladner,
and thi   officers of I'u.on lodge No. 9
installed   were;     W.   M.      W.   G.  McQuarrie;  s. W., H. P. Latham; J. W
A.  innes.    Following this the new ol-
in ers of King Solomon  Lodge N'o. 17
were duly Installed a_ follows; W. M .
1 T. Sampson;   ri.  W.,  Dr.  F.  P,  Smith;
J.   \ V . J. G.  Gainou.
In the evening at 8 p.m. in the Masonic hall, litted up for a banquet and
lecorated, about 150 sat down, includ-
...': Mm... i-- pa-; masters, wh ch facl
was referred to by one of the speakers
tiowlng the great lnetrest in Mas-
���. j  .a ���      city.    J. ri. Clute, P CM .
. ndon, Dec. 28.���Accordin
authority in close touch with Servian
governmental affairs, Austro-Hungary
has a force of 15a uOO men in Bosnia
and Herzgovlna prepared to invade
Servia at a moment's notice. It Ie reported from Cettinje, Montenegro, that
the war minister and general staff
have gone to inspect the frontier o_
Herzgovlna. The trip of the military
officials is  considered  suggestive.
11 is .-tated that typhoid fever has
broken out among the Austrian troops
In iiosnia and is causing many deaths,
The soldiers are also suffering from
and exposure and would welcome
activities of any kind.
Thai   Russia  desires   ti      inite    the
Slavic states, Montenegro, Servia and
i      aria under the same flag, wiih a  occu   ed  ad   ihe   rei
���    ���  to forming ul a powerful ,  .... ,,.,..   t0gether
counterpoise against Austria's advance _,. , . ,      ister, occu-
FRANCHISE HARSH
EOR HOUSEHOLDERS
Deputation from Trades and
Labor Council Interviews
the City Fathers.
in.* n  voici d in torn
RESOLUTION AIMS TO STilP
GAMBLING IN REVELSTOKE
.
Ri   el
pied near the < hair.
VIasoi  i   toasts  wei ��� I mored
...���            an-
.'���  I'.  H, Stuart
.   P.G.R.,   of  Ai  i rta,   who
���  an vi li avor was    ��� ng made to
.    '.   Ma ��� ui.   :��� .-     .a    the
1 .i  a  ian  ritual, and
ation would    - made to
idgi    in   the   Immediate
anisatlon   was   well
cial
aroasii. u   vi. ii      Ful.
,     ��� ils m ��  lodge and only
required  th.   conseni    of    the   Grand
PJNTIFF SEES VISION
OF MAID OF UiiLLANS
.    ... i signed by Ma; t r
lark, 1 dl<      .   a public mei ting;
I ha;   the   chiei  of   police and
i.     abl< s bi ructed  to  foi I h
pu   .i    to]   to all foi.:.-   of gam
:   in   the  hotels,  bllliai I   ha Is
- ev hi . e In thi
nachlnes and i
uoti i- be   com-
.   on  nights
ance with any
- a v.*. - of   i he
_. ila Ini  -
	
ciiy    e ;..Viu ith c  ���    ���
d      .     i ord . ��� .       een    receive)
, ; thai ih i chief,C
ail. i ���      Igldly    ro iment will not i
cute all i tws in! ai        ;���_
;.. i to       albovi ivhich und
. rs." ��� .. n  can-
-   - ������ :   -. -
. : ..;
. nd    .       eseni  lodges.
FERTILIZER BQMliS TO DL
eiSCONTINCED TDIS YEAH
Canners  Will   H3ve  to    Adopt    Othei
Means cf  Disposing of Fish  Of-
fal in Future,
I   ���
���
.
���    nld   el'.-
.   i an
.   iand.
oom,
dra ���
���
,   ,    ild a il
���   ���        .   d .   .    ���      ���       ��� :l    *'*
in     and   ll
' ''>*-   ,1,,i
en   ip,  the  l"- valued '.''
tie 1'' bridge
., y,    ' IV v    O  I
le that  hi   had to    <> In '1'
lhe swing half open In order to
.., ... otherwise she would
gone   In   and.    thi    irldge,   and
have   torn   the
.,       ��� .    off."
So* wo do noi wl li to be hard on
mighi have
,...���   .,   v.en    serious   ftCcM**   ���""'
0 g  a*n,] we would like you to
.. him positive Instructions to have
,,,���������   open,   especlallj   for   the
��� v with to*    coming up the
. ��� r on a  Rood tide."
rhe letter was referred to the spe-
i bridge committee  to  report
Health of City.
ii���.  medical officer of health's  reran fo,- the month of November -i>< �����*
��� I  that ther.-  bud  been  nine  case- of
��� ,hoi,i fever.    Ther- had been two
mis of Chinese from tuberculosis,
but the in.n had not received medical
attenUon.   A number or testa ot mil"
���al   been   made   with   -aiisfactoiy   results,
Committee  Reports.
Ud, Henley reported with reference
h. improvement of Naaalmo  "���"l
���'mt he Md visited the ������te wtl"iv a
ridge   bad   he-n   reconiniende.l,   and
Wad now  com*,  lo  ill" opinion  thai  ��
SOUP  BELOW  STANDARD
HUNDRED   MEN   STRIKE
one hundi. .1  iu< n    ui
I .,       \.|,.m-     I.a, .
ai   i vi.������    '..��� ill oui   on   ��i   ki   is   l'i w
111 .....     II e.iv-.    Of   11
lng out of i in i reatmeni mi led i to
.vi r i hi dispute ������ Hvi d, howi ver, as thi li
wi i. adllj adjusted, all the
men rei in ning io woi k after being oui
om day Tbe cla i of oup Bei . ��� tl
was respon Ible for the trouble,
28.���The lti
...:.. h li ��� d  .1 seubti
..    circles, thai Joan
...   a;.]., ared In a v
v   ,nid  addressed    him    in
ol  . ncouragem 'nt,  .a
��� ���   continu.    his   presen
ie      promised     w< ild
.shoi i i.     _��� i rowui .1   wii li i I'iiiiiipli    It
I  Qpi       �� ,.        ���   .!
and meditation in ii3
Immediately afti i iie
. . .. ;,i, n, u| ri itdiug he di ci ei ol
beautlfication, lhal tbe apparition is
said to have appeared. It was noticed
thai when the pope came out of the
oratory be waa very pale and for several .!.,;.    mnlntnlned a marked ill* nee,
ONLY  ONE  MAN   SAVED
WHEN  STEAMER  SINKS
CHINESE fi.4MB.ERS ARE
CAUGHT IN POLICE DRAGNET
San cisco,   Dec,   28    Due  hun
dred and sixty Chim se wi re taki n In-
to custody        I   ���   police dui Ing -.-, sudden  raid   w hich ��as  made on   thi
Urns gambling   ..i.ie..*  in   thi   Chinese
quarter     .night.    The un
der directii n of the new   chief of po
thel
���   ��� 1 it iis re-
-
Pug. t sound I n .. -
.   .. lng  with a  num
ie  - tor a contract to taki
offal  produced at ilu-  i
on th<  riw during the coming li-hin.c
season    The
e canners a  - ma
In :i iin' offal from
n. lies has been bandied by   . ���
Iqe, .1.**,   B.  i ook,  swepi   down  on  '*'' ' ,,i! ���in'1 t: ���
ihe  auartei   with   a   suddenness   thai   season  !l;'   federal  governmenl   guar
qua: tl I    with    a
set   the guards al  naught and the pa-
trol wagons spent a busy night haul-
fa
the an * nouni
lng the prisoners  to the city prison.   u^'-   recenl
whe,,. thej  we       ���   ed for violating   '��*������     ���   ��� ���' wil1
the  anti-gambling  oidtnance.   This  la be discontinued In 1909,    It is tl    ���
the largesi capture made In anj raid!fore neceaaary (orthecannei   to make
for several years
New i a.-il.
'lee would not be necessary.
' mlghl be put In to carry
" through,  nnd  the  ravine
' ��� n port waa adopted,
i   i.din-ton  stated  tbat  s
A cul-
the wa-
mied I"
iConttn K i on Page Two ,
Parole  System  a Success.
Winnipeg, Dec. 28    Dominion Parole |     i0^
iiille. i   Archibald arrived In Winnipeg' '
i,i pui   Into . Cfeci  lhe Juvenile Delln*
qilelit    ael        The   p:.>vin<v    will    ipp '
for   a   royal   proclamation   under     lie-
act.    He   ay - that In nine years ~'K-
mui convicts have i n released under
the parole   system,  of     which     13,000
secured full liberty, 39 only returning
to criminal life,   He thinks liritisii Columbia  win 'be  the next   provlm
adopt the ne'-
IO
\   s. W., it' c, 2.s,   The
Advance,    and    th��
British bark Ivouna  were In collision
off here today. The \ilvi'.n<" Wl nt
down, and with the exception of her
lirst officer all the members of the
crew lost their HveB. The tvouna put
Into Newcastle leaking badly,
Wedding   Bells.
Ue\. ,i P. Westman united in matri-
i ij   Miss  Anna A.   Morria,  late of
Ontario, and .1. W. Mclntyre, of Vancouver, on Saturday m noon In Mt,
Pleasant Methodist church. Miss Gertrude  Bllodeau, Of this <���*>. attended
the   I.r ,   and   K.   A very     supported
the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre
wlll reside al Cedar Cottage, where
Mr. Mclntyre conducts a grocery
store
,i. s. Wallace, of   Vancouver,   has
purchased the    B 'ord    Temi anci
I, i for $6,000.   Mr. Small had " '-"���*
agi ,i h for some time,
Hottentots on Warpath.
Capetown, Dec 28.���Thf Hottentot*
in German Southeast Africa are again
on the warpath. They recently raided
some cattle pOBts near the lleehuana-
laini border ami murdered two Europeans, Seven Oerman soldiers sent in
pursuit of the raiders were all shot
down by the��� Hottentots. There is
greal anxiety among tha local residents.
Pioneer Almost Starves.
Robert Stevenson, pioneer mountaineer, explorer und traveller, had a
close call when he lefl Nicola nbout
a wcoi< ago to cross the Hope mountains on hli way to Chilliwack and
home, lb- was almost _lt*rved during
the journey over the n*'i>'' Mountains,
and had to be lifted from the saddle
on his arrlvnl.    lie Is TO years old.
IiIRI. ESTARLISHES NEW
RECORD IN SHORTHAND
' oth. r arrai genu       aa th<
n   . * nei io the dumping of offal in
ihe rive:   will  lie mine ||y , n
I  during big ��� eai
than for the pa-* threi
Tne city council met representatives
of the Trades and Labor council at
the city hall yesterday evening, to discuss an amendment to the household
franchise. Mayor Keary and all the
aldermen except Aid. Fader were pre-
sent; from the trades council attended
Thomas Turnbull, J. P, McMurphy
(.secretary), H. Knudseu, C. Feeney,
and   David  Doyle.
Mr. Feeney lirst addri Bsed the council. He explained that the present law,
which compels the householder to
make application In August .md ap-
pear In November to make a eclara-
ii.ii ..; Identity was very unsatisfactory, and the trades council would like
to see a simpler method of registering.
Would it not be possible for ihe as-
sei nor when vVting the property to
place the occupant's name on the reg-
Ister, or at least to reduce the visits to
one In order to qualify? A court of re*
ti would rectify any i rror
.Me.* rs. Mi Mui phy and Boj le followed, and in explanation to Mr, Turn-
bull, it was explained thai the household lis .*. as drawn, noi i ing to
the Westminster charter, ut as l.al
down In the gi m ra mun , act
,���;��� .,: applicable to .. ��� y. No
1. In ion of a voter i givei in ibe
charter.
���
thei������ ��.is no '�����.'.. i of r
an 1 an amendment   *
would   cosi   $60       .ii    it
an amendment
....  Clauses   u *.   .n the
the .     ii       rhe Mtin-
��� ..   ���. .i . d
wei
.
....  ��� \. :'���    -
an was th I   ���   vt
.> ��� ar.
Mr
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. msehi
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v mayor sal I
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er.
:. II tu  il
as thought
: j. and he co *
... ���       ��� ���      ....
Pt   tWl
���     .      .. . onfi
with  the citj   solicitor, and  draft an
���ii the charter to be rob-
This com-
���.. ki  week.
���    red      l    ���-���'������
was done Bhould be don    quickly, as
itun   mei on   January    -i.
'   n adjourned,
C.   P.   R.
ENGINE   FALLS
OVER   EMBANKMENT
San Francisco, Dec 28 Ruth Oh
bon, A 1-5 ear-old San Francisco girl,
has established a new world's record
Grand forks, n r. Dec 28 -The
nglne of a C. P. K. freight train
jn- h.r age for rapid shorthand writ-1 jumped ;he track at ihe bridge near
lng. in a test before Superior Judge Fife, b. O, on Saturday afternoon
rhomns E, Graham, the girl wrote 860 Both the engineer and fireman Jumped
words   in   live   minute-   and   read   the  and   the   latter  was  severely   bruised.
same correctly. The statutory provisions of lbe courts In this state
are 750 words In five minutes. Miss
Ohbon'a record is considered phenomenal as it was taken from a transcript of proceedings taken from the
court files and was entirely strange to
her.
Tremors in Montana.
Butte, Mont., Dec. 88.���A Miner dispatch from Virginia City, Mont., today
states that at -I.I.O o'clock yesterday
that section was shaken hy the severest of the series of seismic disturbances thnt has been going on for more
than a  week.    The electric power and
The enfiine now lies at the bottom
of the embankment; the rest of the
train  remained on ihe  track.
Ikbt plant was put oui of commission 1 m. i_. Stewart
Udal   Now   in  Commission.
The Melhodlst missionary gasoline
launch, l"dal, is now In commission.
having started on her initial trip to
Queen Charlotte Islands. This Is the
boat which waa built here by Capt.
Oliver, and donated to the church. It
had been Intended to call her the
Good Samaritan,' but the name was already registered. The saloon has
'been furnished with portraits of the
pioneer missionaries on the const, and
the mission work i. in chart'., of Hev.
STRAWBERRY   HILL   NOTES.
Mi     *   Shingb . ai. i   Ravi q   have
tii Ii   i   cottagl   foi   Cl< v Hard   Bros.
.ui    ;.. ���   atlj   bought  by
in  latter,  who ..,������ ni    arrivals
from Kelowna, whert thej disposed ol
ih'h* ranch because ol unsatisfactory
(irrigation.
Mi   and  Mrs.  Mel.. Hand are rejoicing in  the birth of a little daughter.
Mi*s Hague aud Mis*. Bennett spent
Christmas at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Bennett.      '
Included among thOM who spe-nt
Christmas -hi the re-ld-nce of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyde were A. \Y. Hyde, G.N'.R.
operator at, Oroville. Wash.; G. S.
Hyde, C. P. R. operator at Brandon.
both vims; Charles Wilson, of the Union Bank, Russell, Man., and JaJDes
C. Wilson, of the Puim Sound Lumber company. Port Gamble, Wfcah
nephews.
Cholera Still  Rage*.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 28.���St. p. u i
burg still conltnues to suffer from the
Asiatic cholera. There were eiifht-en
���low emi | and five d"aths from the di-
yatterday This has been the
dally average for the month.
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lo tin
Irom Pago Oue )
stacles to fhe payment  of the sums
uu -   Mr.   Kelly,  contractor    for
Park flre hall, were remove 1,
:, wen no liens outstanding, \
is passed to pay the contnac*
due   to   him.     The
committee also
Qneen
and ther
motion v
tor the balanc
chairman of  the flre
eported that the new halls would hei
ready   for occupation this  week. One j
hoi.-e had been  purchased, and Chief
Watson wanted authority to buy a ��� ,
Other.    The report  was adopted.
Arc Lights Wanted.
a petition was received from ,1
number of residents of Knox street,
Sapperton, asking for an electric light
on the street. Also on Eighth avenue
on the corner of Erie street, a similar
request was read, Both applications
were referred to the lighting committee-,  to report.
The board of works will report on
an application of Thomas Hutton, owner of Lots 23 and 24, Block 1, in Subdivision of Lot IP,, and adjoining lots,
tor access to the various propertii 1
Miscellaneous.
The Sisters of Providence orphan-
ago -ind St. Mary's hospital wrote
thanking the council for Christmas
gifts of $50 each.
The markei clerk reported that the
receipts for November were $243.90.
A   request   from  Gilley  Bros,   withj
10  the   purchase   of  sewer
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office.   Greenhouses    and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
SEtDS for the spring trade
from the best growers In England, France, Holland, United
States and eastern Canada as
well as those which can be successful!}  grown in B. C.
Extra choice lot of fruit trees
and small fruits, strictly home
grown and our own propagation
from bearing stock.
Ornamental In all leading
varieties suitable for planting
in B. C. All the best make of
spray pumps.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.   .MAIN   LINK.
3:20,
Leave     New     Westminster
11:20, 15:20, 17:42 aud 22.
Arrive at   New   Westminster   10:17,
!_::::"., 16.27, IS:45 and 23.
WHEH YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is the beat value, because It is pure, nutritious and very economic si.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
���m****v*****m***********m**r***m*****************+*
Special Sale This
: week of
I THEM
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
HARDMAN   &   CO.
A. Hardman. A. James. J, McClughao, Front Street, Trnst Block.
******************+*<->���*<?*������ ******************+ + �����*'
Stating that if the council would       JREAT NORTHElt.N RAILWAY.
pipe ���__   -    ,          -   	
arrange for the purchase of sewer pipe   Lv- N- w- 9--*�� a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m.
,,   ,       ,,���.  , , ; Lv. N. \V. 4.Hi. p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
In  carload lots it could 'be obtained] Ly_ N_ w 12.10 am . ar_ ^^ ,.15
ch taper.   Th
it   could 'be obtained ..
��� LiV
etter  was  referred to
the finance committee, with power to
let
A letter from  the  school    trustees
tsked for thi streets adjoining The
Westside school grounds, to prevent
tie water from flowing over
grounds, to ho improved, and
communication was referred to
board Of works.
the
the
the
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal  Avenue and  Blackie Street.
gUiflKffW'
��� 1      nMi��aK^*rw^%-��)Mi>Fn'>,vi
it,, v ....lli.HM_JA_.LL [I J
IKING TO    AND   FROM   A.NS j ll;30 p.m.
MINTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTR", '
CAN   HE  ARRANGED  AT   THIS OF
���
a.m.
Lv. Seattle S:10 a.m. , ar. N. W; 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:56
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar. N. v.\ 6;20
a. m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
N'o. MOT   leaves   New Westminster
3.50 p.m., arrive Guichon 6 p.m. Fridays; also connection by 10:10 a.m.
except New Westminster rue-day and
4:35 Thurs lay.
Leave Guichon 6:30 a.m., arrive N  ���
Westmlnsttf 8:45   Friday-;   also connections by 2  p.m.    except    G ii
Tuesday and C a.m. Thursday.
Lv. N. W. 6:20 a.m.. 3 p.m., and '1.55
; m. for Vancouvei.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m.,  1 p.m. and
! i ;30 p i,:   :' .;��� Westmin ter.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave I        Wesl er 5
1, 7:2       id   ��� .ii.! ever;    1  .
tour then   "  - I p.m.
Lv.  Vancouver   tor   Wes'minster  &
���*:50, 6:50   .  _ hi
�� A Choice Selection of
Alligator Bags
_
O This   kind  of  leather  is  highly   fa-
O vored  for  ladies' hand-bags,  combln-
n ing, as it  does, handsome aristocratic
g appearance   with    almost     perpetual
wi ar.   Indeed, this is one of tho most
substantial leathers on the market.
The interior of the bag Is lined
with strong, Serviceable .-ilk. 1 otind
with leather. The locks and metal
fittings are heavilj plated. A dainty
little  coin   purse  inside.
A very popular design shown by us
includes the ornamentation of the
bag with alligator claws, which adds
the linal touch in attractiveness We
have the exclusive sale of these
goods for British 1 lol imbia.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd
FOR NEW YEAR
ALSO  A   SPLENDID  ASSORTMENT OF
Manicure and Toilet Sets, Card    and    Cigar    Cases,    Hat    p,ns
Ebony Goods, Gold and  Silver Handled   Umbrellas,  etc.
W. C. Chamberlin
Sole agent for the Longlnea and Hamilton "Watch  M<
menl
��>>Z���<<<**'X-*��>9_^^^
1 GORDON'S
1 jj
IDry Goods House!
 s & dons,
3 THE    BIG   JEWELLRY   STORE
o Cor. Hastings and Granville Sis.   v Vancouver,
I 2 Geo. E. Trorey, Managing Director
Special Offering In
FURS
fo Buyers
1
o
I'
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, iO
J The Manager and Staff of
Emprcrs of Ireland Jan. Stli
 Jan. 22
'ROFESSiONML.
_lorsican  ...
For  other
apply to
dates  and  particulars,
A.
[EALLER     BARRISTER,   St)
licitor,   etc.,     4-   Lorne   Street.
ED
GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent
opposite Court House
ster.    l'hooe 141!.
New Westmin
W
He
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Don't Miss This Chance
IEW   WESTMINSTER
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
���Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
N'o trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway. They
own and overate their oivn sleeping
_*s on all! their trains and
1 _ trons an excellence of
sen. . . btainable elsewhere
.   .   ROWE, General Agent.
\S* TTiird St.. cor AMer ^o'tU-vd. Or
111 riiSIDL & EDMONDS, Barrls* 2
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk., I V
Columbia street, New Westminster, i 0
W. .1. Whiteside. H. L. Kdmonds.
Wish aii a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
i
o
o
��� <
���, V:o:o��>:��x<*:o^ .
..The Fashion Centre..
w
|ARTIX at McQUARRIE, BARRIS
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices. Nei\
Westminster, Trapp Illock. corn.'i
Clarkson and I.orne streets.
O
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Tlie New Year's Choicest
Products
a'"
ADVERTISE       "*l
��� IN ���
THE
DAIL-*       NEWS
lf
"ou   WANT   HELP.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i oute
t�� r ci inr -.    caf :ross, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and'
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except1
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
expre*? and freight connect with 1
stages at Carcross and White Horse, i
���aining a through winter service. :
hot   iniorrr.at:   n   -.pplv  to
H    ROGERS   Traffic   Manager,
will be found at our store    In
thing thai embraces tab ���      ��� lie -.-
fancy an 1 .-tuple groi ei le    and pri ��� i
1 Ions of all  kitnl    ai
quality considered.
We   wish   all   our   cu
nd * A Happy and Prosperou ���  '���
i'ear.
Groceries   and   Crockery war
COLUMBIA  STREET
A Little Good Coal
makes .1 big, hot Qi    whi n
nf poor < oal sends out ao fa  ���
at all.    It Is economical to
om- conl. bi. am ��� clean,
V"        I.l. iliel      I  vi. '    1 ���   .'
leaves verj   littlS ash an l
do more  ; er ton  than
le .     v-J--    - ll vs r   11   '.1  any
pan  nf ;:,.��� city,    Pull   wi
always     Telephone  your
til   118,
Adams & Deans |      GILLEY   BROS., Ltd.
f-. _-*���__-. m��_____..     _,__._!     y* _ _, _ 1.. ._ ..  '
a^'^i
L C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
m^m a9*%\%*.ma mam
Manuforturer* and Dealer* m AU Kind* of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe��.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Scene from "The Great Divido," Here To Night,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stnck for Fencing and Draining.
�����������������__
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Bank of  Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ���H.-.OO.Ot'O.OO
RESERVE              $11,000,000.00
branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  In  London,  England
New  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A   cu-
eral Banking  Business Transae t-��d.
-etters of Credit Issued, available wl tl. correspondents lu all  part* of the
World.
8-ivlngt Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In sums of tl sm. Upwards.
and Interest iiIIowhi) hi 3 per Cent, per annum (present rate),
"otal  Assets over SlCS.00n.ono.no.
n  i). rn-iYMi'.F.H. Mans*"'
N'CW WESTMINSTER BIIANCH.
'��� ?' ���>&: *
*m~.
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
EKurnc,   H. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "      "
Terminal $5.50   "      "
McQuarrie&Co.i]SB ANI ll>:n merchants
rRONT   STREET
New   Westminster.
Telephone 333.
'*>_
������$*���&
Sl
<*!' Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
1
British Columns coast Llns
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Steamer Princess Victoria wil leavi
Vancouver daily al l p.m.; arrive Victoria 6 p.m. Leave Victoria at 11.59
j, in. daily; arrive Vancouver 7 a.m
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
B.S. Trader  will leave  Victoria for
.New Westminstetr ever} Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wed-
a.  day
WEST COAST ROUTE.
8 8. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, loth
aDj 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each inonth for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves   Vancouver   1:20   p.m. dally,
New Year Goods
't open,,,] up direct fro,,, England; we have cut down the prices
��� I  every  pocket.    See our show window display for a few of the
' .    Pn   Presents.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Re CHARLES CUNLIFFE FISHER,
Deceased.
I
WHISKERS.
MADE IN CANADA
**�����������������������������������������.�����__-____.____-___._._. ���
��� ^****���+++++*++*++*****����*****************+ %
^^^      ^^^^^^^^    Once   npon   a   lime   the   clea*
' shaven man used to be told that h��
iTICE is hereby given    that   aV looked like a groom.   To tell hi in so
credito!    and other    persons    having j at the present day would be, by im-
*"-; demands    against   the  plication, to insult Mr. Chamberlain,
of l harles Cunliffe Fisher, late   Winston  Churchill  and the bishop
'f i.v-  City of  New   Westminster    in   "f London.   Very similar, though in
.lie Province of British Columbia, Gov-   the opposite direction, has been tlie
��� at Ag'-nt, deceased, w-ho died on   fvolution of public opinion with re-
i.   21st day of October,    19U&,    and   Far(-* to whiskers.   At the time of
wh-   ���  will iva,, proved in the Suprem.    "*e   Crimean   Tar   they   were   the
'..*   of   British   Columbia cm    th.-   badge of the military ra.te and were
the center of sentiment accordingly.
BAKING
POWDER
Geo. Adams Extends
Holiday Greetings
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR EXCEEDINGLY LIBERAL PATRONAGE DURING THK YEAR, and EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES
FOR   A PROSPEROUS    NEW  YEAR.
2nd day of November, 190b, b}  Fannie
. Fisher, of the said City of New
We tmlnster,    the    executrix   tv
,   an   ie reby required  to     en I
particulars In  writing of their claims
if (or demands  to  me, the  undersigned,
thi  solicitor for the said executrix, on
li*
except  Sunday.     Leaves  Nanaimo  at  J
7 a. in.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver    Jan.
12th and 26th.
NORTHERN  b. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.  Beatrice   leaves   Vancouver  Jan.v
19th;   Feb. 2nd.
S,S.   Princess   May   leaves   Vancouver
Die. 29th, Jan. 12th. Jan. 26th.
UP  RIVER.
Beaver���
From    New    Westminster   Monday
��� ���'��� sday and Fi Iday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
ami Satui da}   it 7 a in.
���
One remembers a song, onoe popu- ;
lar, ef which the refrain was, "The |
captain with his -whiskers cast a bIj j
glance at me."   To quote it is like j
nailing up the ghosl of a forgotten
#a. t.   It reminds us no loss of the j
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    modesty   of   the   early   Victorian j
..i before the 20th day   of   January, j maiden than of the lady killing pro-
1609, al the undermentioned addn       pensities of the early Victorian war-
a;   r which  il..'-   the    aid    executrix  nor.   Whiskers were one of the ladj
will  proceed  to distribute the assets  killer's weapons in those days, and |
tt would scorn from the sighs of oui I,
There are rncny baking powders b��t
There is Only One
MACIC BAKINC POWDER
It u Pure, Wholesome and Economical.
SOLD IN AU. SIZES.
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto. Ont.
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Public Supply Stores GEOprA0DpA,vls \
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Phone  92.
PYTHIAN
SKATING   RINK
anil   'n.ormatlon
1      reservations
. -   Mires..
ED. GOULET,
A^ent, N'ew Westmin tei
C   Ii. FOS1
.en. IJis.   Agent, Vancouver.
.;. W. TROUP,
Oeceral  Suiier'i.?��nilen-    vtr'nrla.
tv^j*j_>sr.j.-*
���^__- P ��.o U--r^�� -
,''cpsis     of     Canada*      rvorth-Wett
Hooiesteaa   Regulations.
, even ed section of Do
...      i Manlto
nd Alberti      . ��� I .���..
... ed by
arson who
....   18 yeai    ol
NEW  K. OF P. HALL.
Eighth   and   Agnes   Streets.
Moi Iiii.:".  .       0 12
2 30 to 5; i vening, ',  ; 0 to 10,    _dnii
lon   i 0i,    skati s 25c           :.���
* mas    hollda
tinder  twelve  will tie        Itied
���   ' :. tO    12    f I
md on Satui la
sane    hours   foi    1 "���-
Lower rraser rviver
Freight and Passenger bervice per
SS.  'Favorite
��� ... *
oinl i ;   X ��� ���
Li
: ��� ���������  at
..in.
Bracktnai
tlon ( -   . mure or ������
entrj     musi     be
rson   ������..   thi at a*
�� Domic Agencj    or   sub-
strict  in   which the
may,
en .i.i'     * .....
:
���
ti ..
... : red       per
the hom< c one
.
.   At li a.st sis months
:     ilth ition of the land in
*��� i i.  foi  three years.
\ nom< steader may,  if h*  w
perform I he    require i   resl-
���   d itlet   by liviu;-- on    farming
1 owm .1  BOlelj   bv  hlm.
u
ti
���
TENDERS,
���    ������ i   IO the ii:
��� ii  Ottawa, and  uiai ki.: i i
Ioi .���   Tender  for supplies, ]
not  less   uosl is  '  will hi
-1 hi ���   (80)   acres  in  ext< ut, In  ":    ������'
.int..   of   bis   homSfltead     Joint,       Fifteenth  Day  of  January.  1809,
a land will nol   ��� ���       his ��� fa the ship .
em ent ..... and ptoi Is ion ; ;...
'��� i    U the father (oi moi ier, 11 the  Canadian (Jovernmeni st. mien in tin
li '   ������ Is deceased) ol a  b  mesteader   ;.        .   Coluin ...   \  v..      luring  tin
maneni   ri    lence on  farming    eason ol 1909, and also fo     ipplying
owned   -.    Ij   bj   him,   not   less  the stores required toi   h   lighthouse*
. i'ry  ��� -.. .  ,i r< .-.  iii extent, in  i���  ,i,;,,   Agi ncy,  i on    i
oltj  of th*  ;���":...  tead, ot' IIP* j brush'       i is,   pain:-,   dr)    goodi
��� -i. ad entered for  by hlm  ���,,.
rlclnlty, su6h homesteader may     T|,,.     ,,t   ,     furnished must be ol
in hla own residence dutlea by| . good ,,���.,.ilv nnd mus( ,���. delivered
������-    g with the father (or mother).      |n   accordance   ui;h   ,tv   specification
(1)    Tne ten, "vicinity" in the two ,prepared 1jV ,lk, Agen,  ,������ ,���..  ,,,,,,���
Preceding  paragraphs is denned    H*men| ���.. Mlll.ill(. ,������, Fisheries at Victoria,   B.   i
defined    a*i
meaning not more than nine nVos In   ���u,���    ,,    r    f|,)nl   whom    8peclflCft.
;      "it line, exclusive nf ihe width
i lie
in
tlon.-;  may  be obtained.    All  supplies
I delivered musi  be  approved  by    the
Agenl of the Department and the Officers  of  the  Governmenl   steamers,
otherwise they wlll not be accepted.
The Department reserves the right
to accept  tbe whole or any part of a
tender,
Each tender must be accompanied
on a chartered
sum  of  $.100
which amount will he forfeited if the
successful tenderer decline, to deliver
"'   oad   allowances crossed,
1       irement.
15) A fc,o_H6*W.'}'ei intending to
>���' form hie K��Sidenoe duties in fcC
'"il.iucp ���..'Vii the above while living
with pn.*"nts or on farming land own-'
M 1-4. himself must notify tho agent
'    tha district of such intention.
������-'x months' notice ln writing must (
'"* Riven to the Commissioner of Do* j by
toinion Lands at Ottawa, of intention |Canadla^B&nkJor^the
1,1 apply for patent.
w   W. CORY, ,���
the supplies at the tender prices.
this   advertisement
Depart-
an aocepWd cheque
Deputy of the .Minister of tb�� Interior.
tr
-M
ADVKHT.aR   ^^^^
��� IN ���
TME      DAILY      NEW8
FOR QITICK RBTUnN3.
1,
lender  not   nee-
tr
ADVEKTISK       *���
��� IN ���
'UF      DAILY      NEW*
lt TO... Need AnytblDi'
Papers copying
without authority  from
ment will not ho paid.
Tho lowest or any
esaarily  accepted.
Q   .1.  DESBARATS,
Acting Deputy Minister of Marin.
and  Fisher!
Departmenl
i
Ottawa.
of  Marine and   Fisheries.
<i,l, December, 1908
WHEN GOING EAST
��tSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
'���  .   i  Trims Every Uiv -,n thr  Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF FAME
THE     NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest    and btst ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
md   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
*'.   sretion  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
..r, reclining chair cars  (seats freei,
era   day  coaches   and   buffet,   li-
>  and smoking cars.
-  Time Tables,  Folders, or  any
���r information  call  on  or  write
F. VV. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wi__i
of the mid Charles Cunliffe Fisher,
deceased, amongst the parties entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims and demands of which she shall
then hav.. had notice, and the said
executrix will not be liable for the
assets of the said Charles Cunliffe
Fi..her, deceased, or any part thereol
so dlstirbuted to any person or per-
Bons of whoso claims and demanns
she -hall not Mien have had notice.
Dated  this   16th  day   i f   December,
A.D, 1908.
A. WHEALLER,
'.lev    Street,   \*<. v.   Westmin   ���
tor for th     v Fannie
Clara Pishi -   Exc
Christmas
AND
^^ New Vears ^^
fare and 1-3 for Round Trip
Bi      en all stations on Canadi in Pai
ai       ���    *��� .';���:-. Va
I  Seattli
NEW   YEAR   EXCURSION
28th  ti     la
1st,  :
;   "i: n I.,
i:. e :.. "b, 1909,
_______________     1*?Jl       __________���
contemporary that when the hirsuts '
circle   is   completed  they  may  be ]
mode   to   Ferve   that   purpose   yet
again.���London Graphic.
Animal*'   Qarrr   War*.
Birds as well as four footed anlmali
and insects often avail Themselves e:
tbe labors of others In home makin*:.
have a photograph of a barred owl nc-
Lb a remodeled hawk nest. Skunk- u--
woodchuck burrows, white footed niiri j
snd flying squirrels are fond of build
lng boles In decaying trees made hj
woodpeckers, and bumblebees take i
possession of mice nests in the ground
--St. Nicholas.
I Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found |
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- ftc. {
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ED.  GOULET,
.gent, New Westmlnstei.
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Edwin   Morcaunt   in   "The     Great
wide." To-Night.
Returning lea ��� Inland 7
a.m. excepi
additional I rip on Sal , le.
.���i.i
inducement offi
few Westminster Opera House
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WEDNESD.W, DEC. 30
The Conspicuous  Social Feature of the
Theatrical Year
John Cort Presents America's Great
Emotional Actress
Florence Roberts
And a Remarkable Supporting Company
in Seymour Obermer's Wonderful  Play
The House of
Bondage
*
Cast includes Arthur FORREST, Tiuki.ow       J
Bergen and Ann Warrington e
A Scenic Production  Complete and  Posi-        J
tively Charming. |
PRICES   -   $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c j
(The  lowest  Mt   which  Mi-s  Roberta plays)
ORDER CARRIAGES  FOR   10:40.
j
WANTED���To rem or lease, good vegetable  land.    Apply   thla  office   tor
particulars.
LOST���Light grej overcoat <iown-
town Wednesday. Finder return tti
this office.   Reward.
VA ANTED���To exchange, zu acre.s of
land for city house and lot. Apply
Box 393
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\\A.\TED���Nursemaid from    1 to   6.
Apply   Mrs,   John   Brydges,    corne*
. arnarvon   and Elliott   .streets.
J.vST���Pearl brooch Saturday morning, somewhere in town o: car. Finder please return to Dominion Trusl
Office.
WANTED���Two boar
central situation .
Daily News  office.
li rs or roomers;
Apply     X.Y.Z.,
TO RENT���Board and room; piano;
close in. 340 Third avenui , near
Fourth street.
WANTED���A girl for light hous-cworl-v.
Appl..   .Mrs.  Passage,   1922  Venable-
eet, Grandview, Vancouver.
.  SALE���Second .i in .    . lano   ta
������ lass   con.iiii- n     A] ply   P.  O.
838, city.
_*n ���One oished    bed-
*.:- ar llbrarj tor two.
two Lilian ones,    lien: reasoar
.    ���      Appl]   28.  Vlctoi la .-treet.
WANTED���A  nn:- ��� ces re
quired   from  1  to   6   p.m.     -Mi*..   Dr.
Jon.... Royal avenue.
SALE���A span of heavy gelding.-
wel] matched, abou: 1700 lbs
:   .   and   six years old.    For
her  particulars  applj
.   P., Bos 29, city.
RENT���Suite
furniSheil
rooin_>
for light
housekeepi
ng-. Ap-
V'x. Speck.
W \ v    ..    Pupils
for violin and mar-
vn;      fees      ni
oderate.
Addle-
1   \ 4S7, City.
V E S T M i N S T E R EMFLOYMENT
ENCY���Under new manageniftiV
28fl Columbia street, Phone 366, PO
box 807. Can supply you -with V
kind? of help promptly, free of*
charge Branch oflice. Wt Cordova
Bt-eet weet, Phone A 2Tiif). Vancou-
'c:, B. C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, accounting and * Btemla-
G ilnn  .*.���  Palrtey, E*hon��   .in.
IS   :"  i-1;   block,  Viincmv. r.  R.  C.
Japanese Employment Ageno
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    ana     McNEELEY   ST&-
NEW   WESTMINST-ER,   B-   C
J
Ohone   431-
P. O. BO*   8*5.
English Watchmaker
Qold Watches for Ladles from $12.7?
up.
Silver   Watches,   gents'   open    fnf**.
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents'   open
$7.50 up.
Agen'     for    Waltham    and
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Tuo   door*  from   Geo. Adam*,  Grocer
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THE DAILY NEWS    )!
OBITUARY.
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY, DEC. 29, 1908.
CONSTITUENTS NEGLECTED.
Members of the Opposition often neglect the interests yi* their constituents by wasting time in criticism of
the acts of others who have been
more* diligent than themselves, and
that is the explanation of why a constituency represented by a supporter
of the Government succeeds in the
acquisition of necessary public buildings while another fails, simply because it is not represented by a man
equal to the duty he owes to those
who elect him. To accuse a man of
bribery because he has faithfully
performed the very duty he was
electee! to perform is not only absurd,
but particularly unjust. Many hours
have Ih'oii wasted by members of the
Opposition in captions criticism
which might have more usefully employed iu furthering the interests Of
those who sent them to Parliament
When two nun ask for the suffrages
of a constituency, and one pledges
himself if elected to follow a certain
course and tbe other opposes the
view, it is only reasonable that the
responsibility should be placed where
it belongs, It is for the electors to
say whether they favor certain things
or not, and If they are taken at their
word, they cannot place the blame upon the Government, There Is nothing
���.icious in the doctrine that a constituency   favorable  to the     Government
hits  a   repr ntatlve   who   is    more
likely to secure benefits for those he
represents than one represented by
an opponent of the Government, whosu
aim in life is to embarrass, and, if
possible, overthrow the Government.
These, subjects are mentioned in the
press daily, and it would be useful for
the electors to examine them thought-
full} .-ind the conclusion will be
reached that a representative in sympathy with the Government of the
day will naturally have more influence
md be in a better position to Berve
lis  constituents  than  one  who is at*
igi ther opposed to mid out of sympathy with the administration, This
. ii common sense view of the matter.
md needs no argument to support it.
Richard Lonsdale.
The funeral of the late Richard
Lonsdale, aged 37, ol I'ort Moody,
took place yesterday to St. Peter's cathedral, the Interment taking place at
tho Roman Catholic cemetery. The
pall ibearers were old friends of deceased, Capt. Mayers, 11. T. l.oiirke,
W. Grlce, T. Batt, li. Batt and I Bates.
Sprays were received from Mrs. Digby,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Gifford, Mr. and
Mrs. .1. Md). Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs. Batt, Mabel and
Ethel Teskey, wreaths from Capt.
and Mrs. Mayers, old friends at the
Brunette sawmills; from the family,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Cherry, M. J. Phillips and H. Gregory, and Mr. and Mrs.
E. Palch.
John McLennan.
The death has  taken place of John
McLennan, of Langley.      No    details
are at hand, but a coffin has been sent
up from Murchle'a parlors.
William Hughes.
The funeral of William Hughes, who
died  yesterday    morning,    will    take
place this afternoon at 2 o'clock to the
Church of England cemetery, Rev. A.
Shiklrlck officiating.    He died at the
early .age of IS 1-2 years of inflammatory rheumatism.
Tenders Wanted
NOTICE.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned until IL' o'clock noon, 19th
January, 1909, tor:
The supplj of nine hundred (900)
Cedar Poles to be delivered at points
to be designated in the vicinity of
Langley Prairie and Fort Langley.
Also separate tenders for the digging of holes and erecting said polos.
Specifications may be had from Agents of this Company,
Lowest or any tender  not necessarily
Accepted.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA    TELEPHONE
COMPANY.  LTD..
Vancouver, B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
BORN.
BRITTON���On Monday, Dec. 28, to
the wife of J. W. Britton, jr., 14S
Columbia street, a daughter.
Re the East naif of the southwest
quarter of Section 111, Township 10, iu
the Disrtict of .New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title .No. G3S6F, issued in tic
name of Johana H. Strand, has hem
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month I't'otn
the date of the first publication heie-
of, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of .N'ew Westminster, issue aj
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
ve  made to me In writing.
C. S.  KEITH,
  District   Registrar of  Title-
I    Land Registry Office, New Westmia-
Get the Habit] ster, B. C, Dec. 28th, 1908.
This Week
"We are giving you a chance of a
lifetime to get a nice Dinner Set
each day from today until next
Monday. We will offer a different
set at 20 per cent, discount from
the regular price. Today we offer Green Malvern at $14.50 a
Set of 96 pieces.
Watch for our Extra Specials.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
We buy for cash and sell for the name.
WHEN YOU WANT ANY KIND OF
REPAIRING OONE
Such as Guns, Umbrellas, Typewriters,
or any light automatic machinery repaired, go to
ALEX. SPECK
Nome ts hereby given that an application "ill be made by the Vaiuou.
ve, Westminster and Yukon Hallway
Companj to the Parliament of Canada nt Its ti"'*1 Session for an Act to
extend the time for commencing the
construction of the branch lines authorized bj Chapter 170 of the Statute of Canada, 6 Edward VII, a.s follows.
(a) From a point on the main iiii"
between Anderson lake and Green lake
running along or near Lillooet Lake,
Lillooet River and Harrison Lake, and
thence southeasterly to a point on the"
international boundary line, at or near
the town of Huntingdon, In the Province of British  Columbia.
do From a point on the main Une
between Lillooet and Quesnei. running
in an easterly direction through the
basin of Quesnei Lake to a point at or
near Tete .lattne  Cache;
tc) From a point on the main line
between the Cottonwood and Willow
rivers, running south-easterly to Barker-, ilie;
nil From ,a point on the main line
In British Columbia on Willow river,
running easterly to the Fraser river,
thence along the Eraser river to Tete
.I,nine Cache, thence through the Vil
low Head Bass, thence by the most
convenient route to Edmonton;
Until the lP.th day of July, 1912. and
to extend the time for finishing and
putting the said branch lines In <���;��� r
ation until the 13th day of July. 1914.
Dated  at   Vancouver,  the  21th   day
of D.ceniher, 190S.
MARTIN, CRAIG, BOURNE   & HAY
145 Granville street, Vancouver,
B. C.
Solicitors for. tho Vancouver, Westminster nnd Yukon Railway Co.
Columbia St.
"Man on tho Wheel."
FOR SALE CHE^P.
I_arge steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block.  Near Tram Office.
Phone 275.
ar.d
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
(Three Years WHb J. A.  Lee.)
has just opened    ami    solicits    your
patronage.    Miceion   furniture  a   specialty;  office ami store furniture;   tl
kin Is v furniture repairs.
First class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 26 Alexander Sl
Opi -    te Tram Office.
P.   O.   Box  304. House   Pbonn   2 20.
��i��-^****^^
CUT PRICES
ON ALL
Showerproof
COATS
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  Columbia  Street
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Hotel Butler A
Fourth Avenuo and Marlon Street
Sf__ATTLt
RATES:
Room   $1   per   day   up,
^ocrn   and   board   $2.50  per -iv/ uo.
Room   with   bath   $2.50 pe-  Civ  jp.
Coom with bath and boar.. $'��� per rUv.
Al] outsid ii with ho
water, Bteam beat, long d   i    te te!
phone. 'Bus meets all trail       id boil
'��� U.l.l:Tu\ GILB1
All ol u.*. can tolerate a little exag-
ition and uncontrolled imagination
ln publicitj literature, but this claim
uiade by the Edmonton publicity agent,
that a successful experiment had been
made and that in a short time light
ind power in Edmonton would be gen-
-.-ated from the northern lights, making., oth light and power absolutely
free to consumers, seems to be overstepping the limit.
PKU-INDIAN8 PROTEST
AUAINST REPHtSSIVt L4W S
London, Dec. 28.���The government's
repressive m< asures in India have stirred up such a storm of protest among
.... pro-Indiana that a desperate hght
over   the   colony's   future   is now   as-
Bured  after the r aa enabling of par-
llamont.    On one side the reactionar
will . top at nothing to prevent an*.
nove In the direction of autonomy foi
dependency, On the other hand,
thi Indian sympathizers will savagelj
criticize the law recently passed by
the Indian council in Calcutta by
which the Southern provinci s were
virtually placed under martial Law.
The reactionaries' strength was not
rcv.aled until Indian Secretary Lor-I
Morley announced his im-ution of
gradually -iving iiiuro of the Indian
admin stratlve offices to natives In
stead of Englishmen. By the old aristocracy, which has always considered
Ind'a a proverbially provided refuge
for England's   "younger    sons"   and
poor relations," this suggestion wa*i
ceived aa almost treasonable
IM
JL Johnston's!
w
ALL THIS WEEK    gj
Brand new winter goods m
selling at a discount of 85
from 10 to 25 per j��j
cent, off the regular Hra
price. Now is the time m
to save shoe money. No ��
other store in the coun- ��8
Everything   yoa   need  for  the   Family
Di'incr   ������
she iylyi;;!y Park Ston
.
W.   H.   SMITH.   Proprietor.
Corner Sixth   Av*   and   Tenth   St.
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK   AND   STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Line
Phone 473.
AT
k'sV-'V 'Tr.'KJs s .jf-
MATINEE   ANO   NIGHT.
S3! FRIDAY, JAN. 1
try can give you better j$j
shoe satisfaction Hum ��8
ourselves. |8
Just a Sample of Some of Our Prices yA a ���   p i     i       i
.     $3.00 H
Tne  Incomparabl    comi dl in ���
J. C. Lewis
In the best of all Rural Comedy dra
mas.
I
|*j Men's $4 heavy box calf Bluchers for  .
J_-��  } il rttnr-r\l -. ���_���    . ���^
53    "    $6.50 brown moose, 15-in. top Prospectors,  5.00 ?R
&J Boys' $2.25 box calf Bluchers, sizes 1 to 5, for    1.75 ffl
(jj    "    $2 Boston calf winter boots "
m Women's pi Empress Shoes for   .
u      a      a
m
1.50 &
3.25
li
a
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AMOV RIOTS ASSUME
SERIOUS  ASPECT
li c 28, -The riots . h
starti 'i on S iturday, with the rei i
ni ih .-    to obi;   ui oi ler prohib*
i plan     ���  ol  opium  po]
now affei ts  iv,. lv   ��� i���������      Twenl.
mill     wi  ' "��� Tu . 'ii men are
reporl d under ariw. Thej have withdrawn to tl Belan mountains and
the atithoi Ities have a K.-d th i viceroy
at F.xx'how for add i'i. ma I troops.
1*51
i
i
is tor .   .   2.50 Ss
F2.50 fine kid Blucher cut boots for     1.75 fQ
3.50 American made shoes for .
     --���*-��_*���_.        V.UU      \J\S\S \JKJ      ___. V_��_L .JL a    I   TJ     VVI
isses' $2 box calf winter boots, sizes II to 2, for    1.50 K
$1 fine Dongola kid boots, heavy soles,    1.50 ^
WHjlRE can you beat these prices?   f
. iM
For 22 years Mr. Lewi   has BUCCei
fully produced  Si   Plunkard  and  wil
appear al ��� ach and evi ry performani
In the character role.
SEE the    Mammoth   ThfeBhing    Ma
chine In actual operation.
Magniflcenl Band and Orchestra.
1 Ionic Quartette.
5        111.,'  Specialties-  Son;;   Hits      6
Two Free Street Concerts Daily.
Pricea (Evening)���$1.00, 7.">c 60c,
and  Uo c.
Prices (Afternoon) *7Bc, 50c, -.r��<.
anrl  IV.
| mmm
\    bi  n of lhe Big E.eclric Boot.
-      I
New Westminster, B. C
in *
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THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B.C.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY (.OAL    |
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers & Preston
Office,  Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
Moreys
Books. Bibles, Praye- 3ooks.
Toys. Dolls, Games, Fane) Goods
and   Novelties.
At Morey's
Bags, Purses, Wallfts, Mus c Cases, Writing Cases, Toilet Cases,
Leather  Goods.
At Morey\
Cards, Calendars, Booklets, Postals, Postal Albums, Photo Albums
Scrap   Books.
At Morey's
China, Crockery, Glassware, Wood
to  burn,  Pictures, Art Goods.
BARGAINS   IN   ALL   LINES
AT
COLUMBIA  ST.
P. O. Box 345.
Phone 105.
Westminster
ransfer C >���
ifllce 'Phone 18:>.     Barn 'Phooi   I37
Columbia  Street
Baggi lellvered   promptn
any  part of the city
Light and Heavy \\m\n%
OFFICE���TRAM  OEPOT. ���rjesoAV dec. 29, iw.
THE  DAILV  NEWS.
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TheCitriiStores T. tt. SMITH ThefashStores
Another Big Snap in
Dress Goods
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$2.75 and $3.00 Cloths for
$1.00 yard.
.;-, lengths of
comes in fin
from
'" ''        V material i* 54 inches   wide,
heavy   self ,?���,.\ ,.., broadcloth and tweed suiting*
A rare chanc- to secure a dreaa length at one-fourth the reg-
ular price;  now for  ��. _-
 $1-00 a yard
l'i"   High school atudenta will hold
lance at Sl   <i ge'g hall tonight.
Ai! dealers hanaie "B. C." ani] "Old
.SiKirt" cigars. The old reliable
brands. ������
Tin- lineal .brought in a large con-
slgnmeni of herrings for transhipment
ea ' yesterday from Nanaimo.
That Buperb production "The Great
Divide,' presented by an unusually
dis-tingui. hed company of talented
players, will be the attraction at the
Opera house tonight. **
The Navajo club dance, which la
to 'Le giv-n on N'ew Year'.-: Eve, ia to
be .trictly an invitation, and not a
public affair, as previously announo u.
by
Turkeys, ducks  and   geese
hundred at Relchenbach'^.
the
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An Exceptional Offering in
Shirting Flannelettes
20c and 25c Flannelettes
for 15c
The mild season is our onl;  ��� xi use for mal :ns thl-* (.nnounce.
V,'- have too much Flam    ��� .. of    tht    ������  ti
li y so wi   have put the ki       In th     ���  . ���     This comprises
ream of our stock in crean   and     riped and white English
and Dutch flannelette 36 -... de     Reg 20c  nnd 25c;
        15c  yard
60c Table Damask for
30c yard
Fred  L.  Webater,  representing   the
AlliVhaniVr- Co., Seattle, and
F. L. N'-ely are hen transacting bu_-
ln      with the Fraser River Mills Oo.
Christmas,
, D 20s.   ���*
I ..... h mi:*. .1 in thi.-.  '.
. ���  *    and very prettj di
I, l ���   hi wide, nie.-
   30c yard
NEW BED PILLOWS
Have Arrived
$3.25 Comforters for $2.50
���
Hi
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led, (ii sali
$2.50
j
T. M. Smith
r Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
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5��0t.*0*K)*K*O0-K*O-K��0'K>-��0 3��O-K>��O*K>��O-K��-K*0*0��0*O*K5!
Thre,.  val:.;i ..     ;i..'.*i's, b> lotlgin
For berried  Holly    for
ring up Davie;' greenhous
A small amouni of loss Is reported
from the booms of logs -which got
away from the Fraser Mills, and drifted down to the bridg.- on Saturday before they wi n   - ecovei
"Thi   Gre ll   Dl, Idi "   the   play   that
..-.. ���. v. hi re ri. ���      ���'.-..   die approv-
' ������ opera hou_-.   tonight.  . .**
I am leaving town an I h e a fine
piano to sell cheap on easy terms, or
will leave with responsible party; u.-e
for storage.    Addi..--.- Box B9S  City.
\ mei ting of the executive oi    the
Kov.-- Fool   ..! club will be held this
.. aing, ;.... 13  thi -  ' "������
I .- of members,    The collection of
subscriptions will be undertaken shortly.
OM Country mistletoe at Tidy*.-, ihe
*.   Phone 184. **
t hiet of Police J. W. Mcintosh has
b(   :i  asked by  William  Shannon,  of
Chicago, to try and locate his missing
G Shannon,  formerly of
thl     :il   . to Is  thought  *
somewhere In I      delghborhod.
... profits   -      ur own trading b>
via., a mi mbi r ol ,:     Co   ��� ���
i Q ''���*       ' ;:;~        >0UV
i 5 - ������ ds ai the ii* .. Si li Street Store,
% ��' Cunningham Block
?Q Clear Havana cigar.- of exclusive
?5 merit���the "Brillante," made by the
y *  ]'.. i*. Cigar factory. **
?q      Al  the   Knos    (Sapperton)    church
,:���.'     11     enti .' linn* at  to  be    held
' ���, this evening,    commencing    at    '��� '���''
.    , I., a cantata "Kris (Cringle and
hla crew" win he rendered    by    the
children,   who   have   been   trained   in
their respective parts by Mrs. McDougall and Miss Kittle McDougall, The
tata will take thc place of the us-
al Christina*- tree.
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i Given Away Free Tonight
GET   A   TICKET
TODAY
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Owen Blown, of Surrey, were killed
by the Incoming tr.'iin yesterday morning, being caught hy the engine while
crossing the tracks near Liverpool
station. One of the horses was valued
ut   $200,  while  the  other two,  a  well
[matchi ��� . could not have been
bought for !������*- than (350. It is alto-
geth.-:��� ujteij inat a ciaiin f0r compensation will b�� made to the G. N. R
Buy -our Turkey from the largi *
selection in the city at The Reichenbach Co., Ltd. ���*
Owing to the Christma.- vacation
there la nothing doing in the way of
cases at the supreme or county cour:.-
thls week.   The courts will resume on
Monday next. ,
I
Everybody get your Turkey at
Reich��nbach'fc; hundreds to ctxx.se
from. �����
On January the following new past
offices will be open; .North Bonaparte,
served from the Seventy-Mile House,
on Saturday of each week; South
Chillivack, served from Sardis on
Mondiy. Wednesday and Friday; Ker-
risdale, daily except  Sunday.
"The Gr at Divide" come,- to the
opera house -anight with the stamp or
; 'i llfl approval.   Don't fall to     ���   1 *���
Qui'.e a number of residents ar.. ���_..
Ing advantage of the offer mad-
time  ago   by   Publicity   Oon.::.     I  .-.��� :
A. \V. McLeod to forward booklets detailing the advantages and    resources
of tht- Fraser River Valley to friends
on receipt of postage and addre.--
postage to any part of    the    Brlti
Empire Is only one cent per copy,    a
large number of interesting and    in-'
structive booklets can be forwardc-d to
distant friends at a small cost.
Knoc ... the cover oil a lox of "B.
C." cigjrs and try one. It will make
a "hit.' ������
MacKenzle's for Choice Chocolates.*
At a  meeting of the Royal Columbian hospital board yesterday tenders
for  supplying  the  hospital   n-xi year,
were received and opened, the following being accepted. Bread, white and 1
brown, A.  L. Lavery;   beef, and mut-'
ton,  J.  Reii ...   milk  and  eggs
Donald  McLean.  Pitt  Meadows;   coal..
Mayers &  Preston and Gilley    Bros.:
groceries, G   Ad.-.:*...-    wood,  slabs,  L.I
Williams:   fish,  Ri v..   Citj   Fteh  C1
in ! : inpra -   W   E   Fa    -     The d: ag
������ ni   rs wi        ft ovi    to a committ*���
Gamon's for Roy-,: City Mixture. ���'
etfaod!   an I  : .. a
how to spend n* ���:.-
ai the Co-<       ..���   Stori   S.xV 6tri ���:
.. en Satui
:. presenai res oi tne maintenance
ui way department of the C. P. E.
ivei     in   the  city     yesterdaj    maiking
a:".angi'incct.- for ilie improvement of
ditches on the Eburne line in conm-c-
ilon with the complaints of the Bur-
iiaiiy council as to the disposal of
water. An interview between the officials of the company and the chair i
man of the hoard of works with reference to the new -racks on Front
street has ibeen arranged for Thurs
day.
China Tea Set
Morris Chair
Betides these we are offering some very special goods at ver
cial prices TODAY only.
I   MERRY  XMAS  TO  ALL.
\     LEE'S Furniture  Emporium
X    LEE'8 BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Opposite Lome Street.      Phone 73.
^
Shoe
Bargains
o
v
All
This Week
AT
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
O*e*C+O*O*C+OO*O+C+C+7+D*0 0BO��OBOBO��O*tOC_��OBOB0KMC
MacKenzi
for  Fountain  Pens,
The phenomenally successful American drama "The Great  Divide" staged
iy  Henry   Miller,  will  capltvate thea-\
tre  patrons  at  the opera    house    to*
night. ��*
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BOOKS
J
MacKay's Bookstore
There are probably no belter books published iu the world foi
ung people than hy Thos. Nelson &  Son, of Edinburgh, and the
R. T. Society, of London,   We have hundreds of these
bocks be Ides a large range of other hooks.
���
excellent*
07
or New Year
GREAT   BARGAINS   IN
Toys, Dolls, Post Card Albums J
Children's Toy Books f
I. J. N
&p o %*9 ��
Booksellers
Stationers
Co.j
News Dealers I
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New Westminster
Co-Operative Association \
w*
Limited.
The  above  Association   Will  Open  a
Grocery Store I
Singing Our Praises
There   ..iv   lv.v-   r.i:ni* era of  hiu-*iness  mon.  ani;
from one end of Canada to ,he other who are continual!)  singing
tho praises of the independent   Canadian   insurant    compnni.
represent for the money they ttve t^m in premilinis   :)���.
prompt manner in whicft they setile all claims
My rat<\* for insurance are lower than other*;     Whj   na    I
��
on Saturday, Jan. 2, O'l
in the store in me Cunningham block
Corner Sixth and Urnaivon Sts.
under the management ol Mi   Qeorge
Wolfenden   a fun   ij,10   nf groeertet
�� 11 be carried.
The pain-mure and WpjlOW Ot the
people of Now \\, stm'nsi. r City
and district  is reapettttfcHy  solicited
Tho. Secretary wi, , -i the siore
from 7:30 to 8:30 p. 111. 1 v : ��� veUltlil
until the BtOTe opens for the purpose
of receiving har, money and enrolling n-.einhev com,. aU(1 Kt ua explain the benefit, you can derive by
���inlng.
HELP  US  BY JOINING,
THEREBY   HELP YOURSELF.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
BUY   YOUR
Turkeys, Geese
AND
FANCY DRESSfD FOWL
AT
The Pacific
Meat Market
1
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_y��    1,11.1    Ib    Ml.unrra,    I ���   Thi*   ������   "*
lhf�� Orient.
In all matters of sentiment th��
lr��b'n Instinct is sure. If y��u can
tppeal to him on any grouad of boa-
���itallty or generosity, says the author
at 'In the Desert," you have a hold
���n him.
lt used to be tlie boast of Arab pom-
try in Its best days that it -n.?vcr
praised a man except for what was In
kirn," and the habit of judplns directly nnd without regard to surrounding*
bas always been an Instinct of th*
race. All those evidences of worldly
prosperity and success which turn
the heart of the Anglo-Saxon to water
leave the _\rab unmoved.
The Arab is an artist ln ma_H__en. j
remember a certain sheik, who waP
ence my traveling companion on tb*
Upper Nile, a tall, lean, keen faced
���can. of r complexion almost black,
with a glitter on it like tbe sun polis>
on desert stones, who walked amonf
ttie fellahs on the crowded deck like
��� chief a mong his slaves.
TTlth him I shared the same narrow
corner of the deck. He was strict in
bis religious observances and at lhe
appointed hours would spread his mat
on the deck, turn In the supposed dl
rectlon of Mecca nnd then kneel and
rise and kneel again, bowing witb
bis forehead to the ground in the Imposing attitudes of Moslem prayer.
Quick at detecting the least sign of
consideration or respect, if we stopped talking or moved to make room,
be would treasure up the courtesy and
when his prayers were over turn and
acknowledge it with n grave gesttiM
tnd a smile that seemed no conven
tlonal grimace, but expressed the t��
teutiuu iW a deliberate friendliness.
PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with ��{���
us means a satisfied cus- ���**
tomer.
OUR IWORH SATISFIES
OUR PRICES AKE RIGHT
4* Hates on work of any description or quantity quoted
ou application.
I Jackson X Morrison J
Daily News Block.
���J*     New Westminster. Phone 388
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LOT 7, Block 36
on the corner of Royal aveim- and Eleventh street. Splendid warehouse or factory site; B. C. Electric and C. P. R.
tracks run past this pioperty, Price $3000. Reasonable
terms.   THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr ���	
New Westminster,  B. C.
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Telephone 54.
Wing  Yuen Co..
P. O. Box 665  A
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I       High Grade Tailoring       |
V %
jfi Gentlemea,    your    wardrobe is not V
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to  Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
V
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I
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Royal Columbian Hospital f
complete  if you do not possess ,a
Full  Dress Suit
iin.l a
Tuxedo  Suit.
Onlj  the very best goods and trimmings used  and th*' fit guaranteed.
RUTLEY'S
A  Sinyiilar Mollusk.
A Bingular light giving CTeature
peculiar to the waters of potithern
California is the phyllirhoo. n sing*
pish mollusk. So plentiful are
these light giving denizens of the
deep along the Californian coast
thai thoi-e wbo have undergone the
experience say a night on these waters is awe inspiring. As the boat
pasw-s along one can see in the waters under it countless forms, passing and repassing, each giving forth
its strange, weird light. But beautiful and impressive as this strange
eight is to the beholder, the light
riving powers of these animals are
disastrous to themselves, since the
light emanating from them attracts
the attention of marauding fishes,
which seem to relish a light meal
��t aaj t'ms.
(LATE THOS. C.  MORGAN.)
>;     Opposite Post Office. Columbia  Street.     S
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Tenders   wlll   be  received  by    the
undersigned and marked "Tenders for
I Supplies," up to l  p.m., .Monday, Do-
cember 28th, 1908, for supplying    tne  ("* |~| ^m try r> **  P-O.Box 4T4.       Tel. 55.
nospital from 1st January, 1909, to 3L*t|
December,  1909, with    the   following       ACCOUNTANT and AUDITOR
articles:    Bread,  white    and    brown;   Notary  Public Convevancer
Res.  429
beef; mutton; milk; drugs; groceries;
wood, slabs, per cord; coal, washed
nut; fish;  funerals.
Detailed lists of drugs, groceries,
beef, mutton and flsh can be obtained
al ih" hospital.
Neither the low c~t nor any tender
necessarily accept' d.
Samples of the groci rles and all information obtainable on application
to the Lady Superintendent, at the
hospital
W, 11. KEARY,
S- c.Vary  it.  ('.  II.
Ni w Westminsti r, B.C., Dec. 17. 1908,
Room   10.   Brine  Block
New  Westminster P. O. Box 795
NOTICE
Ti an iters  and  others    are  h
notified  thai  on and    after    Monday
Deci mber 14th,  190.   the Glen B
.ui Si.xth Avenue will    be    clo.-. d    to
vehicular  traffic  and   will   remain  so
Ul ���construe', d
By order,
\V.   \   DD.N'CAN,
Ci';.   Cb
New Wi stmlnster, :���    '   Dec. 11   1908.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros.  Engines
1 ���- to 25 h ;... 2 an I I cyi le, Best
value on the market. Engines k. pi ���
stock at
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���    N'ew Westminster
mail service
Following are thc hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour Riven lu
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual ��__t_6pateh. All malls,
unless otherwise stattfd, are despatch.
oil and received tlaily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday .ire the C. P. R. south
ami C. 1'. R. east malls, not Including
the way mails, Sapperton, PraBer
Mills and Coquitlam.
Matis  Despatched.
6:00 a. m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
tl. N.  K.  "Owl."
7:110 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) Victoria, via B, C, Electric
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, Including all U.
S. points east and south, and points
between New Westminster and Huntingdon, B.C., via C. P. It. south; also
C. P. H. east, Sapperton, and Fraser
.Mills.
8:1>0 ii in Blaine and Seattle, including all U, H. points east and south;
also all points between New West minster  and   Blaine,  via U.  N.   It.
Note.���Cloverdale and district ((.'lover Valley. Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hazel
mere, Port Kells, Hall's Prairie and
Nicomekl despatched dally except Sun
day; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
aad lion Accord, Wednesday end Saturday, 'l hi. e malls are all received
same daj a as despatched.
11:00 u.in. Vancouver, Victoria and
Centra! Park, via B. C, Electric , ill*
way.
12:30 p.m Strawberry Hill, Tim
berland and South Westminsti r, by
courier  (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m   -East Burnaby, by cen..   .
2:00  p.m.���Burqultlam, by  courier.
2:00 p.m, Ladner, Port Guichon,
V-Wi'in 1 land and Sunbury, daily
excepi Sunda; ; Woodward, Tue da
Thursday and Saturday, via steamei
Favo irlte, C ipi k C. Bruci . (Steve
"m mail di patched and receive l via
Vancouver,��
2    0 Vancouver   and
Sl ling, -.: i G   S   't   north.
i 00    '���'  ��� nd  Bu :. ��� v.   Ial
via ik ''   Eh rallt. i       -   I
ui ��� --.tr.i  mail la despati hed to    Vic
toi  . ������ la '���   ��� al this ho ir
-.  tine and Seattle, Including all \_
& points east and Bouth   vi-, eT*
-Flyer." '    '���'   '   N- K.
2:30 p.m.- 0. P. r. , ���st   g
^��er Mills and Coquitlam "'
Note.-The two   7::;,,  ., ���.   _
ar^ s t: ��� i
r rrng ,,������, i: :::;
a.  despatch omits  all i,,,..   ,.,.,^'
points east of Coqultlon, ,       t p
Webster's     Corners,    ��� "'
Agassis and Harrison    n���    3.)r|n'
Malls for Port m���.���i, andH   ,.   ,!,
both via Vancouver ;,,ii .���  p  ,   J
Mails   Received
6:45 a.m.-liuune ,��� i   s,    Ufi
eluding all Ik S. poinl
"Owl." v "
9:00 to 10:00 a.m    S   . .. ���
Timberland   Bnd South   u
by courier (Tu?sdaj and Ik .
8:20  a.ni.-Viuici,���v,,   ,0(j   y,^
via 13. C. Electric ralh
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver, , , Q  N ,
10:00 to 11:00 vn, :.,.,,. ^
Qulchon, Westham I land 11 ] l.���,i'
day,   Thursday   and  Sa W()(J
ward,  via steain.-i- |*,v,,,..,.    (8t6ve^
ton   despatched  and   ..
couver.)
12:30   to   l   p.m    i     ;
Sapperton, I'm., r  Ml
lain.
i :||(1 p in.   Vanco iv
and Fraser Arm.
i   :o p.m.��� Ea     i;
'   0  p.n    -Burqu
3:30  p ti.     Hk.iv
eluding all V S
h ��� .'''i'ii Blaine and '���-
via O. N. R      See i -  o as i.
daj a  on  vl Ich  I v
���   ied i nd  reci  ved.i
1:45  p.m    V n -
"Flyer."
'    ' ������:
rallw ty.
'     in    V
7:00 p.m���!
" ' ,'.,:��� I
���    ���
I Mills
i Van*
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loqiiit
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Co., Ltd.
Columbia St., New Westminstei
ORDER
EARLY
(I
Many
Pat
rons
Hearty
Greet-
mfjmvJMm)
Geese, Ducks
Chickens
Lvery
Bird
Gruaranteed
Call and
i
L
eave
Y
our
Order,  or
Xelepnone
101
f-.iSv
.*- ���** "I THE DAJhV HEWS.
tJLSE silVES.    "*���*
New
Year
Gifts
Perfumes,
Chocolates
Ebony Goods,
etc., etc.
A pleasure to
show you the
goods.
AT
RYALL
Drug Store
lie Edison Theatre
Ccrner Columbia and   E.ghth.
Higa f.i-.. Moving   Picture     I .
|-.ited Sons      Program chan ��������� I M   .
���it \\i  net lay mid Friday.
il  Mi -in. i     for    v ii'      an<3
I I i rno ..���: ii' 2
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a tpecialty.
Tei.  113. Office   Eight str:
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara  Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. adtlress
GEO.  W.  VAL��X.
Assistant Cen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, IV Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
umbla Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be mi te welcome. G. E. GUley,
N. G.; (*. E. Osborne, P. G-, recording secretary.
.I
Synch's ...  Imam   ficrr.i_i.lead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lauds witn-
in the railway belt in British Colum-
SOCIETiES.
I. 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODtaE, NO. 27	
The regular meetings of this lodge
are hsld in Oddfellews' hall. Columbia atreet, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock.
*. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���.Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
Mkiws'   block,  Clarkson  street
_OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month   at  8  o'clock.  In  the   small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES,
Aerie N'o. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. rn., in the Eagles
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark.
W. Prea ;   II   Scbofleld, Secretary.
fhE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesda?
nt 8 o'clock p. m., ii*. Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
ION3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATI0N, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month ln
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
<*.
I.   0.  0. F.���Royal  City  Loage.   No.  3
���Meets   in   Oddfellows'  Hall,   Col
ooe. ur COLUMBIA LOUGE No
Hb, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red .to ��� Degree meets Second and
Fourth  Wednesday of each month,
in   K. of  P.  Hall,' Columbia SL, at ^^^^^
8 l��. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth   bia, may be homesteaded by an> person
Wednesday    in   each month, same   Ah(, ia the ,.,��� ^ad oi a family, or
time and place.
 any male over li years ot age, to the
extent  ot  one-quarter  section  oi  ttid
acres, more or les3.
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud office lor the dts'ric. iu
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under oue of the following
plans*.
(1)    At  ioast six montns' residence
upon and . iiltivation of the laud    In
year  tor tbiee  years.
(ii) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceived), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in tbe !
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing witn
the father or mother.
(li.     If the 3tf.ler haa his ;������ rman- '
ent residence uj an farming laud owned hy him in tue vicinity of his home-
IStead, the requirements    as    to resl-'
deuce may be satisfied  by    residence
! upon the said land.
Six months' notice in wriiiag should
be given to the Commi;s:onei oi Dom
inion Lands at Ottawa of Intej
apply for paten:.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the L'nion Lodge, No. 9, A
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. '.7 A, F. and A. M.; L. 0. L���
No. I l.v; l. O. L., .N'o. If-yo; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F; C. O.
V., Court Westminster, No. 31.0;
Brothf rhood  of Ow's,  Nest  No. 5>5I;
30ARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m. j eacij
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. .New
member., may be proposed *and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meetiiK.    A. E. White, Sec.
VV. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Hock, New Westminster, B C
Groceries
Fancy confectionery,    general    provisions. All good.- at lowest prices.
THOS. RUTLEDGE
The  Residential  Grocer.
Corner Sixth Street and Fifth Avenue.
Phone 404.
Object Le soi.
"Why does the lady walk so rapidly
with her chin held so high nnd M
firm'.'"
"bhe is goiug to look iu the swim-
ttlnjj hole for her little son."
"Is he lost'."
"No, but he fondly Imagines that hla
mother Is."
"Does she yearn so much to see him?"
"Yes, very much, indeed."
"What will she do when she liudi
klmV"
"There will be a fine slipper play
wben that happens."
"And will her little son be sorry am;
promise never to run away again?"
"He will not be sorry, and he wfi"'
promise himself tbat the next time h��
rnos away he will become a ptrate am*
live to strike terror to all mothers
hearts."
"Ah, I see; this Is the first act In Uk
drama 'How Pirates Are Made,' I suppose."
"Yes, in tlie Imaginations of Htu��
twya."
E
COAL���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one yi ars
at an annual rental of $1 i*er acre.
Not more than 2360 acres sun" be
leased to one individual or company.
JA royalty at the rate of five cents per !
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal m'-ned.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Mlatster of i*be interior I
Mabe_,  Brownell,  in  "The    G-eat    Divide," To-night.
uix Hundred
Dolla
rs
I   PAID
In
Dividends
e
in
the
Lasl
-.-.Mi'-
FIVE
Ye
ars
r
Plan of Plant To Be Erected at Port Moody
V'
*������:...
����� In
k
kind of refined oil i
,,:"1 '���"���  best    $60    per
business   the deman l
���  ''"v  of refining crude oil
��� "  moat profitable In I
i*   world.    Nothing goes to
ig   la   lost,    Crude     oil
1 Vancouver $1.46 per bai
I
'":
i Increases by leaps and
'"'b year. During 1907 ���
691 bi rrels of oil wi r.
the  railroads   nf    ''"���
i  , ��� d   statei.     Shipments    of    oil
, ��� i  from San  Francisco cu. torn
In the month of August amounted to
ii ,000 gallons,     California,   sine,.
i- supplli '1 every district, state,
country,   und   empire,     with     golden
eam, but alwaya going out.    Now.
through    the    oil    industry,    all    is
I ..,���:������ .1      The  cold   Bows    steadily
bach for California's oil
British Columbia needs mom i:    'l
y     established      in     Vancouver
will mean thai all the thousands   oi
dollars sent  OUT oi  the country  to
buy  ml  wlll   remain  ln   the  province.
| and also moan   many    thousands    of
| dollars    coming    into    the    province
| from Australia, China and Japan.
The following is a small Hat of oil
companies, showing the dividends
they have paid in the last five years:
Standard  Oil  Company   . .$-153,8112.000
Western  Oil   Company   .. 485,000
Amalgamated Oil Co.   .. 700,000
Associated Oil Company..     1.522,109
Central   Oil   Company... 483,926
Imperial Oil Company.. 1.640,000
-Mexican  Oil Conipany   .. 2,4011,002
Peerless  Oil  Company   .. 1,729,000
l'nion  Oil  Company   .... 4,986,000
l.ilon  Province Oil  Co.. 1,182,000
I'nited   Petroleum   Co   . . . 1,452.200
The British Columbia Roflning
Company now gives you the chance
to become a shareholder and this
company will without doubt do In
Canada  what  the  above    companies
have done in the States. Now is the
chance for Canadians to show our
friends on the other side that they
are awake to the possibilities oi their
..:   country.      Why   send   all   your
money for oil out of the country?
Let us impress upon you emphatically that this is really the chance
of a lifetime. One hundred thousand
shares at $1.00 in the British Columbia Refining Company, Ltd., are now
offered to the public.
This is
John D.
Rockefellers
Sworn
Statement
For Prospectus, Information and Shares, Apply to the Company's Office,
428 Richards Street, Vancouver
or   HALE   BROS, &   CO*5   New Westminster
v.-
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Everything for
the Table
Table Raisins, mce ones 25c lb.
Cranberries,   local  and  eastern.
We are sole agents ln this city
tor
Jacob <��. Co.'s Celebrated
Biscuits;
and have just received a consignment of 50 different varieties, In Half pound packages.
2 Packages for 25 cents.
C.A.WELSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
THE
Hardware Store
Is the  Place to  Prc;ure Your
Xmas Goods
Get something that will be use-
fil   as   well as  ornamental.
Razor Sets, Carvers, Five
O'clock Tea Kettles, Plated
Goods, Shaving Sets, Mirrors,
etc.,  etc.
BOWLING
Phone 193 and -443.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Two matches were bowled in tin
inter-houfle league last evening. Qor
don's team beat Emt>v's team by 166
pins, and Bryson's team won from
Hale's team by 29 pins. Willette and
Johndro had the highest indlvidua
score, 176. Tonight Sutherland anil
Gilchrist, .and Latham ai\d MacKenzle's men roll games:
Emery's team:���
1
Goulet      90
Kellington 90
Dailey    112
Rogers   	
Emery   ...   .
90
90
;*   Tti.
90���270
90���270
92 121���H2:.
.101 127 139���367
.146    107    lt)7���180
Gordon's team:���
Barbaree  	
j Latham  ....
>' Welch	
| Carver	
' Gordon	
1
.140
. 90
.200
.116
.  90
155
90
180
134
90
1712
3 Til.
115���110
90���270
161���511
137���1187
90���270
Hale's team:
Diamond  . ���
Harper  .,
Milner   ...
Johndro   ��� ��� ���
A.  E.  Hale
1
. 90
.141
.133
.176
.  90
90
120
134
149
90
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the be*t quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The Walsh Sash
-and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turn'
ing, and Bandsawing.
Bryson's team:���-
Monk   . . .
Cameron
Brown   ��� ,
i Willette
Bryson .
1
. 90
.106
.119
.171
,142
im
134
1"**
176
103
We make a specialty of   fir   doors,
steami d and kin dried.
1S7S
3 Tti.
90���270 j
127���388 :
145���112
115���440 !
' 90���270
1780.
3    Tti. |
vi   -270
100���310
119���346
110���177 .
lh���376
i
1809
Special
FOR
THIS W EEK
Lines which were almost forgotten in the big Christmas rush, but which   are   worth     'nvestigatinu
that you have more leisure time.
You will save money by taking advantage of these offerings:
W. E. Walsh W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End  of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster.
sr       .4.DTERTISTC       TO
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Tc   ..v."���:      -'     Yon.- BUSINESS,
asz-wnssn
held tutlery
Pocket Knh - Sets, Tal
in i    in  lines '���* useful and
orks und Spoons.
isehold articles.    :
BRYSON & SONS
Sole   Agents for   Monarch   Ranees.
Cclun-.bi.i  Street. Telephone 65.
0*0*��C*C*C*C4CC--K>*K)**K>*C*K)*K.-C-^^
*
During the Holiday Season
i
*
I
I
*
Senator   Ston��   Anticipated,
"I hold in my hand,'*' said Senator
Stone in tlie course of an eloquent
addn bs to the senate.
"Knew he'd say that -.ooucr or
later.'* commented one of the experienced students of legislation ia
the press gallery. "Xow in a iniu-
nte he'll say, 'Within the range of
my voice.'   Watch him."
"Within the range of my voice,"
Senator Stone began his nest sentence
"> mr" said i ii" student in tho
on - gallery. '"Nexi comes 'T desire
to state.'"
"I dfisire to Btate." said Senator
SI "ie a minute later, By ihi* tim*
liv press galli rv ��� i ��� convtils ons,
"Watch for 'In' t1 e last analysis,'"
whispered one of Uiem.
A minute later "in the list
analysis" came. Bets were offered
and taken as to wl ether Mr. Stone's
next paragraph -v contain "bi t
on ti ������ oth r hand" or "if it were
not for the fact." I e man who bet
on the hitter won. bul two sentence!
further on came I on the othe?
��a:n! "������Vij\��* Yrir< Tiin��*i
It  I.nut..
When a man writes a proposal oi
marriage to a woman he bas wrtltw
monietkiiitr that will last forever. A
woman never destroys a letter that
eontalns an offer of marriage.���AtoW-
fon 11'..lie.
AN ATTRACTIVE
DISPLAY OF
Evening
Wear
MUSLINS
Muslins which ai*. *<i much like
���silk in appearance thai you might
easily believe them to be -ilk al
first sight. They are known us
"Sole lv.He." "Silk Batiste," and
"Eolines." Only one dus- li ngth
iu each piece; floral design ol
delicate shadings on ground ol
white and cream. P. r j ard 35c to
65c.
-Mittfri
*ifti Sid
Twenty-Five
Ladies'
SKIR TS
ON SALE
$4.95 each
Ri   ulai :.k '.ii to $9.75 Valui
Colors are mostly dark with ey  mixtures in
stock of skirts ai the a regular v .         ..........
ranges In evei-j line have be^n     a     We follow   o
of clearing oui the tew remalnini ���     i   ���   eatlj reduo
\ e tigate thl   ofl i eai ly and a. |   sei . u ���
en day usi*
Boys' and Girls'
S WE A TERS -
ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Xo matter whai -i/..- you may require In a      eai        ou    ia
it here.
Sma I Girls' or Bo     Sweater      Button   I  on    hi  ild th
and bod) Is made with altern *     trlpi     ol    ��� ' sky,   pink  and
i        $1.25   nnd  $1.50
Boys' Heavy Sweaters���A  ga  menl   madi ;. i .1   > ' >
..���-   ire iiiany-  cardinal    ila i   whii       I 65c  to 5.1.00
Boys'   Fine   Jersey���l'i:'.     voo|    fei
close lir Ing eollai    i ���    arae oi ��� ���
$1.75.
. tic  to
AN EXCEPTIONAL
Dress   Goods,
Offering
Regular $1.25 Good
N��w   SoC per yard
'   onl ��� ol i'
n i
i :i  ��� |
ihe B. C. E. Ry. Co. will issue
^     Special Rates      *
Adults 50c, Children 25c I
To live long It Is  neressnry to Uv��
Slowly    Hcero.
In Luck.
Wht-n frenzied noise 1 ts dow.i the bar*
And crarker smoke wreathe curl,
iTirn llttl* Willie rhanks bla star��
Hi* was not  Ijorn a elrl.
good until January 2, 1909.
3
| BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RY. CO. \
Takes Them Off.
"TThy do the good die young?"
"It   la   a   malady   tliat   very   qnlckt}
proves fatal   and only tbe young ar��
ever afflicted."
And In ight.
"WVat happens  wben people fall I*
love at Brat ~i_rlit ?"
"Us-jully murrlagt' and Becond bi^bt'
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE NOW   ON  SALE AT
M. MOREY'S  8TATIONERV  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street.
Turkeys, Geese and
Chickens
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. an8   Fifth Aveniie
PHONE 37a
BOWELL & ODDr, Pronr.etor*
t
MONEY INVESTED
Ear Cli'-nts on First Mortgages on Improved farm kinds in the
Fraser Valley; and also on improved properties in the cltlefl of
New  Westminster,  Vancouver and Chilliwack, which give ;. return
to the Investor of
8 Per Cent,
All securities carefully Inspected  by us.    Ovr-r $1,000,000 now Invested for companies and Individuals,     :     :     : :     :
F.J.HART &;C0.,LTD
Established   Hlil
Incorporated 1906
New Westminster
Vancouver
Chilliwack,
TurnbuWs
Ladies' Natural Wool
UNDERVESTS and
DRAWERS
\  net.   .-im k of thi    i    ��� .     ...bl. isi   ���.���.   .. ,i
sizes.   The range or   Izi    runs from the !>    al    mall    Izi
size.    They are made of line   in ������ wool, natural color, and thi
they are mad., in i- such .1    to       the mosi  comfortable in  weai
Drawers to match underv   '    in  either ope    closed    tyle��.   I'v
garment $1.25. $1.35 .ind $1.50
Children's UNDERWEAR
25c per garment
'Drawers and Underve ts for boys  .md  nils,  in  union  wool,   fleece
lined.    Regular values 30c and 35c;  now 25c.
A Special Line
OF
BLANKETS
AT
**, sPW^i $400PerPair
One of those Special linos which cannoi always be bud. Wo bav
now 25 pairs of these BlanKetB and they are of exceptional vulm'
Size Is 60 by 80 Inches, and with but 11 slight percentage of cotton In
the makeup.    They nn- of Splendid  wearing Quality,    Per pair   .   $4.00
Eiderdown
Kimona
Flannelette!
heavy     Double-faced    Clotl
odj     with
���
y In th
ill   ih  for Ladii
nv jai ki *
Sm..,        fai   ets   Pei
JOc.
=       I
Ladies' and Children l
Woolen \
Gloves and Mitts
Children'    Wool   Mil
and ni'V. colors ar.
in-own,      cardinal,      bl ;'
white i per pair
Children's  Woo]  Gloves In    ���.
or gli Is' styles, all coloi
ami  fancy, per pair  ��� -25c. t<    "*
Ladle ' Wool dloves In <
mocha finish, and w "i! knit,
size . per pair  25c. tc 6Dc
Babies'  White Wool  Vllti
pair 15c. 20c.  I
Warm Cashmere and
LUSTRE
BLOUSES
Many   new   styles   nre   Bhown   ���'���'
these winter waist*.   Com pi
among the new Btyles   are    ���m*
dainty waist*- trimmed with ''��� '
guipure lace, In yoke and *ie<
Th. plainer tucked styles an ������ ���*'
Shown, In new Olbson shape- Ool
on at'" navy, brown, cardinal, blacl
and cream.    Each    $2 to ���**
W. S. Collister & Co
^fitf..*!***11
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