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 ffljte, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
.. ci Phone 85
261) Colambifji
3\
e,
Shiles & Co.
^ew-^tefivrr^sTER, b. c
NOVEMBER,  I- 1908
FIVE CENTS BER COPY.
BAWTHOffiHMTE SETS
NANAIMO Nl
iiAii costs vessel    TREATY WIIH IAPAN
S78Q0 IN INCREASED RATES     m t
Socialist    Cand'date    for   Blue  Funnel   Steamer   Antilochus   De-
��� at Rendered Vacant
���lis   Resignation,
iayed by  Heavy Fogs���Cargo of
-   and   Kemp on Board.
Republican Nominee Wiil Have 295 Votes in Electoral Col-'
lege���Complexion of House of Representatives Practically Unchanged���Speaker Cannon Re-elected���
I Gov. Hughes Sustained in New York State
---Johnston Wins in Minnesota.
Nan ���
tlie  Ni
candi
elec! I ii
.. ��� Ai   a   ii,- ���
���oclali - . .
ol   51 lect
he pro\ Inci
I ���   about bj thi
HawthornthwaTl
nation <
con eat, J.  H
hprnth ��� Ins
ent thi
���
.;.. Nov    i.   W thin a mil
Point, rolling in    a
.   . mth     ' gale blow -
...   Fun    .  line    I
�� hich arrived y<
oughl  i ou      Suudaj
n ti      to avoid he i ashoi
Foi    hrei    lays hea , ���
om nl" i     ��� as, <!>';.
Ratification Expected Soon,
in Spite of Diplomatic Denials From the Japanese.
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Tokyo,    Xo\      .    'I hal
of friendship will    be    v. i
aftei   . he  pn ��� Idenl       ��� ecti in  In
I'nited States is the opinion g< ni   til
��� -  ii  Bed   in   diplomat c   circh .-  here
fhe J ���     are    evincing
uu tht oughout   pluralitj
ited, ln an
jf   ilu    R< pu i.
i ection -it   Wil
 ij the White
.   idi ii       lti ki-  u !���
. :. nexi
���    . II .iM. ������-    Will
��� .;������ ���       : nni   that   whicli
��� ice.
A National Election.
...    . .  ... ctlons in forty-three
| id two
W    ��a- Tal';;
.   .,    -,     Pennsylvania, 250,000;   M ��� ne
Xew   Ham pi hln .    I        |
��� i    , il i, 101     \ ��� 100;   Rhode
id,    ' 0,      i 'th ut,   j
s'i w   Vie;.. 200,   Xew   Jersi
01 I;  .M I, 50,000; Wi si   V rginia,
Illini ���      lOOj i)8    Indiana
I... irs.
EASTERN   STATES.
INSANE WOMAN MURDERS
FAIRBANKS POUCE CHIEE
a.   12,
I ii nn.i
���ei",     Michigan,    100,000;    Wisconsin,
I.".1    Muni, sota,  leu.mui. and North
<-n'-".nA",
i il... ��� ������I*-!."*.>t noniim ��� j
for governoi   In  New   .     t,  was    defeated by Hughes bj a small plurality,
The vi teran Joe Cannon, of Illinois,
erritories.   In twenty- speaker of the house   of   repn
M -overnor    and   ,iv,'s> ���')-'ai��--'  whom a  bitter lit:.;,  was
I in    the    "mer.-;   m*Ae, Is  re-elected  by a majority of!
I .     , VUllll
. i  justices of the  "WW.
New  Jersey.
Sta ���     i '.i .
I'al    ,,\   a   a
".    ph;
in i-
F lirban        Ua    .'   N i\
Ml
A,
an.. -       5 being I aken   ind it wa
ers were heard dat
against the rocks at Carmanah
the danger was apprehended und   thi
el   brought   around,   rolling   fi un
...   in the high seas.
The Antilochus broughl a large car.
go, including   dg  shipments < I hemp
and silk.    Had she arrived to land her
, ,������ cv-pn /.__n_rre.s-      Bryan carries thi  solid south by re*
iurt, and in Beven, coum* *������
. ,i    tu ..Miiii: nf duci'i majorities.
a.:, eh cted.   ihe states or
|: ��� xceptlon of .Maine,
ui. voted for mem
I e House of R< presentaUvea.
I Tii imed had held their
ate elect vote I    only    for
I lates   in   the   eoni-
I ������:kansaa and Georgia
I 'i.i. e  been  chosi n
ng only the i epn -
and pn Biden*
���.. .   voted for.
j ets   in   the   held
n
lam    ll. Tafi    ol
nl    .hi I lame -    S
I                                foi vlce-pres -
Taft  Has  Large  Majority.
Chicago ��� Hearst's Chicago-American Hashes election of Taft, declaring
tie will hav,. no fewer than 295 votes
in the electoral college.
New York -Th.- New Voii; World,
supporting Bryan, conceded Taft's
elect ion at 7:02 p.m.
Chicago- The Journal, Independent,
which has bei n supporting Bryan, con
Ohio.
���  evi Ian I    I    ompli te retui ns from
1 Indicate Uiai   Ti I    will
can;     i    - ate b.\ .id..  ��� .     :      i al
I Ity.    The  race  for governor  is  close,
Harris  I Rep I  lavorlte     Meagre
us show Hi mocratlc gains
Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia   cit)     v, li    give    Taft
: 101,000    plurality,      raft    will      be
.-.lect.    |.
West Virginia.
Charleston, 9 p.m.���State  will give
. ilican  plurality. The  Republican
.'. ���  ticlret Is running bul slightly behind Taft, and will probablj be elected
| with five Republican congressmen.
MIDDLE   WEST.
North Dakota.
Fargu   Earl j   returns   indicate  that
'���ui has carried North Dakota Iby   a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   . much
am and thick weather had prevent! ... , to   see   a
ea tween  the
i ,*o c mni rles ��� ���
, h    Jljl .-.   i;      om    if the 11
p ipi rs of Japan, says  todaj   thai thi
i sion of tl        eatj   between the
two powers  Is  Imminent,  but  this Is
.      d in diplomatic circles,
(in.- of the diplomatic corps salt] to
_^^_    jdav that there Is good  reason to
Fail .,������������   Nov. l. there would have  ,.        .        ...
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ : lieve thai  wane
���������*s  . Blai een,a Bavin! ol $7890 in freight rates.  _
!' i im ��� chedule went Into ������*'-
1 . Mil        .   -   fee    Nov.   .     The  Anrtllochus was  at!
breaking  d i . the  *To-   Manila find Yokohama   with   the , . . . _   ..
posal for a conference of Pacific ocean
powers.
This official said today that the
Japanese realize the difficulty of
America's entering into a written
treaty with Japan and have no misgivings that the friendship of America
heen actually opened by the two countries, the Japanese governmenl have
taken official cognizance of the    pro-
man's room In order to arrest her on   I'nited   States     battle hip    squadn n
of in    ni:y, sworn to be the  Sue came up with the fleet al sea    n
propi iel      ol ...
Threi shol _ svere fl ed a; him, only-
one ol which w ,- effective. Tne Duval woman is now iti the federal jail.
Sh- . .i - to have no recollection of
the shooting. The li a I man's father
i    ll    i:    -i lh .   ol   LTrba i, 111.
weir with the warships into Yokohama, where an enthusiastic cele i ���
tion was held.
SASKATOON   WILL
SOON   HAVE   Y.   M.  C.
for Japan, as expressed at the time of
the vlsll of the American fleet to
.lapan is sincere.
_AKE   STEAMER   WAS
DESTROYED   BY   FIRE
Saskatoon,  Nov. 3.���C.    R.    Sayer.l
has   een here for about a week in the  G.T.Pi PARTIES   CONNECT
interest of that progressive body. As I
Owen  -    nd   Nev. 3.���The  Domln-  a re8uu rooms have been rented which
ion Tra u "ii company's steamer wil! be ytted up with baths, etc.. read-
Telegram, valued at  $20,000, was de- j lng matter provided and a man placed
stroyei] by fire on Sunday nighl while L   charge,   th. premises will be ready
approai h ng   Ri ttlesnak
Fitzwilliam Island
Fraser Lake. B.C., Nov. 3.���The final
tie was made  yesterday    completing
cedes election  of  Tan.    The    returns
nov.  Indicate the election of 64 Demo- smaller majority  than Roosevelt, Re
crais and 7** Republicans for congress publican Btate committee claims state;
fhe Republicans have gained one dis- for Tafi bj substantial plurality,
trlcl In Illinois heretofore Democratic. Minnesota.
Speaker  Cannon   Elected. SI    Paul   -Reports   Horn* nine   c.mn-
Chicago-The   Republican    national lies ,,"l"',;'  Tuft's ���"������-"*"���.���  ���*������*   ex-:
congressional    committee    Issues    a "' ",|   '""' '    The    De8,)atcb  (Uei��
emenl declaring that Speak,-, can- claln,s Tttfl "*1S ,iin'"'1 st:"^ *'-v u'��'-
nun   his   been   re-elected    bj    aboul
at, and   laron S   8000 plurality, and thai  the next  na-
vlce-presldent.      tlonal   Houss of  Representatives  will
. ,.   \    Debs    of   lu-    i   Republican bj a working majority.! ... .      ���. ���  ,
s^BM _._._,. Wis, -ui-in  indicate ihat   raft has car
ried thi state by upwards of 100,000
plurality. Davids in i Rep. i for governor is expected  to run    behind    this
harbor    on   for occupation in about six weeks. wag mauc ,��� ���     __.__..
The crew of ten, The outlay for ,he first year will be LUe Grand Tnmk pacific location sur-
Includlng two women, escaped to the abQUt |4000 but the business men of1                                -- ���-   -*---*��� <-������   ���
shon    Thi  steamer had a large cargo ,he city   liaVl.   promised    substantial
on   merchandise. IsuoDorl   and in addition ll" men have
^^^     This
FRINGE   ALBERT   ELECTION.
signed on for a $6 subscription,
constitutes the first sup toward a  V.
M   ('.  A.    llildlng.
am  J    Bryan,    o
| Si li nt, an I John vv
va e-presid' nt
a-    W.    Chatln
 ,    Johnston, Democratic
| will lie re-elect! d by 10,	
Wisconsin.
Milwauk'c       Early    returns
IVl 1 llol .
rriiiu
Polling ti"       ..i 5 in   'be
Prince Alb' 11 i onstltui nc i if Sas-
kai liewan fi ihi Dominion Housi of
1 '��� mmons, nt ��� im :������_��� io i vas size
of ihe riding, and the hi avy snows the
resuii cannoi ie known iiii tomorrow. S
\ good major; -, is assured for W. W. s"n
Ruttan, the Liberal candidate.
JEWELRY   THIEF
ESCAPED  OFF
.HI
it,   aad     Benjamin
of New Yoi 1    for vice-i n *l
eived I
Ri . on -    have   nol    bei n    ret
, . .   , 'olora lo,   1 lelavi are,  Idaho,    Indiana,  Kansas,  M.iiiiana.  North  Caro*
riioina*. E5. Watson,  lln:*., South Dakota, Mississippi, Okla*
an l Samuel
vice* pn bI*
.    idellt
i    lol	
dent
Ic ependi    ���      Party���Thomas    I.
dig! hi.-.its,    for    pt*. si-
Graves, of Georgia,
��� ���rn.
lie latest      : a-   Btate   thai   the
olid    Republican
houia.  Nevada and  Mai viand
NEW ENGLAND STATES.
Mame.
\u__u-i.i.    Malm    Returns    Indicate
Tart will curry Maine by 30,000.
Connecticut.
Newharen���Indications     are     that;
10,- I
.... B ii     i iii ii t:    i        omi      iv   "��"i" ������������ ,
tui   in. carried  < onm-cucm  l>>
iveTe Vermont, New   l-1"   ba.* can h	
'   n .en,ui.     Michigan,  ���
Massachusetts.
Dakota and    Maine
, 9 have returned      Boston   The  Boston Globe    iDem.)
majorities   Nebra ka announces that Tafi has carried Mas-
con la  ani    ohu. nachuBetts by 160,     Draper iRep)
, Inixed d< legation is elected governor by 75,000.
���   ui,,is,   Indiana. Rhode  Island.
(I     hm        ive.,,.    ������       providence    ran has carried Rhode
Island   bj   less   man   10,000,   and   both
sides claim the Btate foi governor.
New   Hampshire.
Concord Tan has carried the Biate
 ���         m  ���     ...   ,    .,,   ���  ih-esen.  Indications  tavoi
��� ��� '������ R��publle hi    "    - ��� ,,,,.,     trover-
.,      ,ol,         elec. ��� Qttlmb)   ""���'"   "   -"'"
"' ' "'"' Vermont.
I'm.   the total .
ii  lh.   electoral col        Montpeller    A   p.urallt    of Ibi
,i,   ,     oveD    ihe Tuft   <vas   flven  b)   the hullo, d.-t
..      o,    Chairman the  Vermont   legislature
... Ilcan national arrange nt tbe majority of the
.i   claimed         '"'   ;""    Bta e     "fj     ,
<:.     ;,.   than   >hel.   ballots a.  the state house.
r, mil  wn . as rollows:
���|-.,|;, i���.!���:. Bryan, 32; Chafln, i
A s'. u i" e d.
in   i    .      a vor ii
a     hal cast     ���
figure
Illinois.
Chicago* Governor Deneen claims
thai Taft has carried Illinois by at
leasi 20,000 plurality. Estimates m-
dlcate thai Stevenson iDem.) will
have 22,000 plurality for governor In
thi  citj of Chicago,
Michigan.
Detroit   Some returns Indicate Taft
has  caiiied   I In-     stale,     lull      ll.ainiiis
(Dem.) for governor i.   running ahead
of his ticket
Iowa,
pes Mom-   Bryan was polling well
in ' arli  lion. -
Missouri.
S:     i.ouis      Indications   are   t
Bryan   wlll carrj   the  state  by
! lentd
, lecied
in Francisco, Nov. 3.���Hiarry John-
,  supposed   to In   Forsyth Jewell,
who was Wanted at Sydney, Australia,:  - -- ^^^^^^^^^
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ for the  all-tied  theft of jewelry  aud   been assure'1  by the    autho
closed at four o'clock.   Bryan has oar- j laces from  warehouses, and also  be ' vi"""'in   ,hiU the i'Gatl W*H he vu!
ried the Btate by a reduced plurality   lieve,! to be a member of a noble Bng-
over Parker.   Governor Patterson luio  lish family, escaped from the British
probably   defeated  Tillman,    Republi-  steamer Lord Sefton last night, though  qawSON  NEWSPAPER
- -  -  *    MaitU
I
vey, when the party in charge of .1
W. Chndleigh, working north, connected with the party in charge ot W, P.
Graham working south, and met .at a.
point near Bulkley Summit, about
seventy miles north of Praser lake.
These parties are now on their way
to Ashcroft,
The settlers of Praser laki and Nechaco are anxiously looking forward to
the completion of the sleigh road,
which the government is building
north from    Quesnel.    Settlers    have
^ .it
Victoria, that ihe road will be rushed
right t hrough,
Kentucky.
-Democratic  pluralitj
l.oui.svill   ^^^^^^^^^^
i all counlies.
Virginia.
Richmond-   Earlj    return
myall's  pluralitj   in    Virginia    to
10,     Bryan leading on returns
iiand.
the )Hiiice guarded the vessel awaiting  a   cable  irom Sydney  authorities
in   authorizing  his   arrest.     Johnson   was
acting   as   second   steward.     He
trachoma
Indicate	
HAS CHANGED  HANDS
���"
WESTERN  STATES.
Nebraska.
i.mc..in        Returns    Indicate
Dawson, Nov. 3.���The Dawson News
���ias   .������,  world has been sold by  Richard
,,,���,,;>.,.,.   a���d   William   Mclntyre,   the
founders, to deer C. Barton and Otto
  __     ,Kas.ner.  wholesale meat dealers, and
Gigantic   Musk   Melon. ! (*harles    Settlemier,    Joseph   Greene,
Saskatoon, Nov.  3.- Some very  flne , M^n    Forre3t    and    Arthur    Devi r.
samples of British Columbia fruit from
,1,,.  viclnltj   dl   Notch   Hill have  been
recentlj   shown    here    Two    applesl
show,,   measure  fourteen  and   three-
I newspaper men.
tnat i
quarter  Inches  In circumference
und
about
governor   ������'ll1   ljl1
^^^_                                  ,, A musk melon weighs 65 pounds,
Bryan has polled    an    unprecenenl d	
.,,,,,  in  Lincoln ���'""  Lancaster counties and   ih- Indications  are  thai     the Barnard's   v.ctory   Confirmed.
bat  county   normally Republican, will    e      Vancouver. B. C    Nov.    3.-Judge
Policyholders' Chances.
Toronto.   Ont,   Nov.   3,-It   is  *"
announced that  U  will  be at least  a
)year be{ore the Canadian pollcyhold-
;,... ���,  lh,  defunct    Mutual    Reserve
,,���,,,,  ,.;,,. 0f  n.w   York need look  tor
���nv return [rom the liquidator. There
close
eavi      his
very cio��e.    Early  returns  fro\n ove.   i.urapman    ,     ��� ^_
ti���-state place the result ln d I ,,   nin   on the recount ask. d u>  H��n. |iu:ains:
figur, _    ti .  iie <'������-����� ' '���"        William Tempi, man, of the votes casl   ,
HOW  ieJTH   WENT.
Arkansi  .
;; ., ,.     I.ryan'd      majority     ill
.11    IIIS   ll�� 11    st.I   '
Wyoming.
Democ-i
u  la conceded   raft   ha.    carried
the s'ate bj   where from	
,. ,.,, . | in victoria, conflrmlnj*
. I< tor;
decision    mi    are  sab' to  be  hi  law-nits pending
ihe conipany, and the propoa-
iiii' nt  of th( se will  nave to be
clear.'! awaj  before the real work of
il on eon    i- proceedi d with,
foi
in
ly    Sp'Cial
in, in
ca I
The
v     HUSH     ���
..ill be from 2 10 to 30,000,   ,  plurality,
All
are
\    ��    Vol k      l.lle   l)J
Inn   Bryan    has    n
reduced     In    thai
���   nnbli
Nj 	
ilm -i thai    If Taft'
u itslde cltles'und 'li;'
York
I ii mini at lc
Ctt! The
;
THE   EMPIRE  STATE.
N,w York   Governor   Hughes
Blected governor by small p""
w as
allty
tccordlng to Incomplete returnB
|h,    |���.���,o,iar.c     congressmen
,. ted.
Georgia.
Vtiuntu   Ten  of the ������'������ven   Demo-
, | ,-���  congrei ii trom Georgia ba\ ���
ii n .,.,;, cted without  opposition,
Louisiana.
N,.w oi iran.    Flrsl returns Indicate
Bryan's plurality In Loulsana will   ���"'
10, to 50,000.
Florida.
Jacksonville        Florida    elected    a
Oregon.
Portland    Latesi returns
[ja.-ts of ilu* stai.. Indicate thai    l'"
wlll have a  pluralitj  ol   18.        n'"'
So. ialists   polled   15,000,  the  Prohibl*1
uonlsis .'.nun, and Indepi ndents   a ""���
1000,
Washington.
Seattle    Heaviest   voti    e^''1
Tafi  carrying Btate with  entln
t\Jenkins Secures Reserved
Case Before Full Court
\v.
i the (
; ria
i;    McQuarrie,   who    conduc ed  lng a conviction .'    (4)
. .   oi  Jami
Whether     the
limn 100,000   th's
u nine io the Democratic
"   Hi.'   Citj    ,il -I
Taft     150,000
iU'-l Boverno,   , - Democratic legislature.
l.b'ni -Governor   < hanini      ^ ^^
\iistln   'i'i"
Texas.
Btate is
I
Knglflnd    und
on     .i   ���
11     . \. i :  ion
��� , Inlnu 'I
; e   I
k-enesl     ���     I    !������<���������'"     Vl':"1	
:::;::::\^         '������,""' ���
York state outside
Yoik gives Hughe
66,206; Sheam, :'',;
trie      n   " "i  B*-v
* i .���
Chanler
The  sa..."    AU
HI!   ' C4'771;
of creati-i
7l.ii''1
concedei
Th
i.i;itii. ...late  lickel   Is  elected.
South Carolina.
,   |Umbi i       Early    Indications
publican  state    congressional
elected.    Cosgrove  (Rep I   *l-*
10,000 majority  tor  governor,
went   Strong  fOT  Taft,    Taconia
itepiiiiiican majority.
^^^^ Utah.
>'.no-     sail   i.akc   Republican Btate -'i1*-*11*
man  claiins  siale   for  Taft     by   ^e.1"'"
11, mocrats make no claim .
California.
lenklns ai  hie,remarks of counsel tor the crown on
for the Hazelmere murder at I te thal "s' ,|i'1 n<" s0 :��l1"""1'" "'" -i'"'>'
  . thai ii le i to a taultj  vi rdlct.
i-eceni assize when Jenkins was touiui ���    , ���      ,     ,, ,
in answer to a question by Robert
'-' '    ���"���'��� :""1 sentenced to be hanged on  ,,,; hl..   K'(.   (.,.(iun ,���,,,,.,    M to
l("*   Dec. 18, made am.thei  effon for    the|w;iether  the  weight  of evidence  ad-
yesterday
ticket
have
City
small
to
.11,.
' .
Oysti i* Baj
A  v   V iri.     -I ���'   " '"'
I       ���   ���
rh. i.
Tn
led hi
!   |;,., ,,, p ,   ,. trrled South Carolina     sau    Franclsi
000. I Tb ���    ' ntlre    Democratic  Binan majorltj
[Iclti i  has hei n el<  ted
Tennessee.
fi      lead'm;
,  In man,.'  prec m I
prisoner     yesterday     before     Chl-^iduced bj the crown was not sufficient
justice Hunter al Vancouver. i to convlcl  Jenkins; his lordship    an-
liis lordship granted a reserved swered. "In my mini there ,-xistcd a
,.,,,,, Whlch will be taken al the full condition of dou it," a Btatemenl which
,.������,, at Vancouver on Nov. 10, and ralghi Lfe taken to Infer thai tbe
...n] ii;IV(. precedence of everything I chief justice was not fullj satisfied of
,.]se.    The points of law upon  which. ,,   proven guilt of the prisoner,
application was  granted  were  Ip      ap the evidence taken will be i"-1-
!,,;,.,-  .,s-   follows        III      As   lo   Wile! b "     ,,,,,     ihe   rout   on   tile   learin      of   the
nas Bufllcl. ni evidence to war    applicai on,
ranl . . con i-lct; (���_) Whethei      \\ th  n gard  to the  habeaj  co   >ua
lh(  | ���     i hlel iii.-aiee guh   Wrii   re   Patrick  Groghan. the  t rown
i three wi iks to
,.ilv. Beve ected  ' ;   ,    Mar    Morrison    was    atWtta
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SUITING OF EARS
Chinamen Who Brutalize Patrons of Japanese to Be
Given Bonus of $15.
Hongkong, Not 3.���The rioting
which resulted here . ��� sterday from
the attempt of those involved to force
the local merchants to continue the
boycott against Japanese goods has
been suppressed by the soldiers, who
were called out to patrol the business
districts.
The riots were organized primarily
by the students of this city and the
disturbance is evidently widespread.
At Singapore similiar riots have occurred and a number of merchants,
said to have shown a desire lo discontinue the boycott and otherwise
favor Japan, have been branded as
traitors and in several Instances marked by having their ears sliced. It Is
alleged thai a league has been formed
secretly and has pledged itself to give
anj liian who slits the ears of ,u so-
called "traitor" $15, and should he be
thrown Into jail, to see that he is held
up to the public as a martyr.
Jouxx^MUJX. ^UJ-U
-jpZM3j%^z^.j^-^^
THE-UP -TO
DATE
Clothi
������^^iiS^ASiSIS^ -S,a*Va_��.'*��
J. Eugene Brown ���& Co.
Too Proud to Beg
272 Columbia St.
HOUSE OF QUALITY
Phone 367
I Wanted -:- lost -:- found g
'a tier's powerful detective story "Too  g   fnr Cain  .���. Tn dnn\   ��   hfr    -,;'
To,,,,  to   Beg."     1,   is   the   lirst   time  $  lW dQK    '    ,U Mlii   '   LU"  |
Tv*', p 1 _"���_���*"���/_"(.���"it-'i
\���,i",i"l\~tt-'n.-'t\���'
FOR RB.N'T���Furnished housekeeping
rooms;  clo.-.e in;    beautiful    view;
furniture for sale.    Enquire ruom 7.
Burr block.
The  attraction at   the  opera   hoti-i'
on  Thursday evening  is  Lincoln    J.
(
1
the show has gone west to the coast
and the management feels well assured it will equal and surpass any of
the melodramas making the western
circuit,
The plot is one of detection into
which Mr. Garter has infused heart
interesl and a liberal sprinkling of
wit and humor. It is probably safer
to assert that nearly every person is
or has been more or iess interested in
detective stories from the Nick Carter
variety to the mon classical work of
"Conan Doyle, and in "Too Proud to
lie?;" ii is claimed iliat Lincoln .1.
('arter lias struck a happy medium
between these two writers of d. tective
fiction and the resull Is thai the plaj
pleases the classes ind masses allk .
However, theatre patrons here will
hav, an opportunity of judging this '
for themselves on the presentation if
the play. The scenic Investure Is
elaborate and tasteful in design. The
a-ast is a very capable .me and num*
some well known favorites
situate,i on Carnarvon and Begbie
streets In the sa'd city of New Westminster,
H. L. BRINE.
C.  G.   McLEAN.
New Westminster, Nov. :;. L908.
WANTED-
-Boat
d and rcom in
private
famlly bj
young man. Apply
A. this
office.
WANTED-
-Pupi
Is for violin ai
id man-
dciin;     !
ees
moderate.
Ad lre&3
Box 487,
Cicy.
FOUND���Small boat adrift near
Westminster bridge. Owner can
have same by proving property and
paying for  this notice.    Applj    on
board steamer Flyer.
bers some well known favorites. Two!
clever children  have  Importanl role
that  are not  ovei oo ted in  the tout
��� :  ��� mble of tiie en ��� i tainment.
Canadian   Pacific   Earnings.
Montreal, Nov. 3.���Earnings   if the
Canadian Pacific Railway for the period   ending   October   31   dec;', ised   : .
> ;  compared with last year.
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
No.
No\.
Nov
Nov.
Nov.
housework;  go  .!   .......       A; . .
tween 12 and l o'i lock .. n . W
M. Leo 1 insurance office, Armstrong
block.
WANTED���A nice Japanese
ut;!' rstands English, want.. . oslti m
at    house   work.   Japanese   N >.   l
ho is,., Sapperton, He Asa,
WANTED���Nursing, or daily work by-
English woman.    Apply i; ix 937.
TO LET���Furnished bedroom,. Apply
139 Dickenson street, the Crescent.
WANTEDGood plain tewing neatly
done. Apply .Mrs. J. Simpson. Ash
street, P. O. Box 937.
NOTICE is herein given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the City of
N'ew Westminster for a renewal oi
license to sell liquors on the premises
known aa the Depot Hotel situated on
e irner of Columbia and Eighth streets,
in the said City of New Westminster.
a. WISE-
Nev.  Westminster, Nov. 3, 1908.
Ni ITI. IE  Is .;       ...   given   that  I  In-
'������ii i to ippl   al i.l* nexl sitting of thi
'������   ���     ng Bi ird ol th ��� Citj   of    New
>��� es: in ,   a     new al   if licen
o sell liq ri tail on the prem-
-   nowi tno     itan tiotel
sit late  on   Columl la sti set,   opposlt.
> ��� I'  R. d. . ol   In the   aid . litj of New
tminstei
.1.  B. li. M( DONALD    ���
N'. v   IVesI min st ������'. Nov.   ;   I .-es.
".N'o man ever discovered that hi
had made a seriou- mistake b)
saving  money."
Cold Weather
does not affect INTEREST. It works mulr and day���ll cannoi
freeze. Get interest at w irfe tor you bj opening an account
TODAY In our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
A Man Who Is Worth While
take- ti. unnecessary risk and does nol pui h;- money into
every scheme presented which promises large returns; rather
Is he satisfied with absolute securltj for both principal and Interest such as is afforded by
    qhe ==__
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
There Is no unnecessa red tape allowed to enter Into the
transaction of business with our customers Our theorj is thai
time  .-  valuable to all concerned.
w   offer everj up to late facility for p. imptni -     nd wish I .
lo ueas with  ���������
DO IT NOW���DONT DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.       F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
British  Columu-a  raait ;\nt
8ervice
[nten   * Added Four Tun..  a j
NOTICE i.s berebj glvi o thai I intend to apply at the m m sitting of the
Licensing Board for thi Citj of N-w
Westralnstei for a renewal of llcensel
to sell :;. [uora bj i *.. i on the : remises known a.; the C< '. ni l] Hotel, situ*
at the corner of McKenzie and Clark-
' a streets, in the - ild Citj ol New
Westminster.
Trains & Steamers
SCCIET.ES.
i.���Too   1'iyud   to  Beg.
12.���We Are King.
l;!.���Montana   Limited.
18.���Hip  Hip Hooraj.
20.���Willard  Mack.
Nov. :���:;.���In Wyoming.
Nov. i'6���The N'ew Dominion.
Dec. 2.���The Lion and the Mouse.
Dec.   ll.���Little  .Johnny  Jones,
Dec. v���The Devil
Dec. 9.���Arlzi na,
Dec  10.���The Texas Co.
i K      :e.--\\ hy Girl i  Leave Home.
Dec   21.���50  Miles Prom  Boston.
���    ���   24.���Babes   In Toy Ian 1.
2a.���Sandy Bottom,
!'���     M.���The  Great  Divide,
i ....���Florence  Roberts.
SI Plunkard.
Fan   5.���Hor  First  False  Step
fan   i     Shore   Vei
Crip ile Creek.
Jan. 15.- T     ��� lore Lorch.
San   Vantonlo.
Jan   :���     Devils   Auction.
������ Bi   ���   ' II     uir.,
!���'.     13,   Jane  E
M ii ei;   :'..���A   Stubborn   Cinden lla.;
19    Uncle Tom'i   Cabin,
M   I'. INSLEY,
New Westminster, N'ov, :;. L908.
r P.R     MA i.n    LiN'E.
:.  .   ���     Ni w      rt'estmi i
ll :20. 15:20,  17:42 an I 22
Arrlt     il   New   Wes! m  ; I
12:25, 16.27,  18:40 an I 2
V.'H,
IU: r
WANTED���White waitress; good wages. Apply to West End restaurant, i
WANTED-
Jones.
-A   nurse   gir!.   Mrs.   Dr.
V E S T M I N S T E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street wect, Phone A 27B0. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
NOTICE i- here . given thai I Inti nd io apply at the next a tting ol
the Licensing Board of the City of
N.-w Weslmtnstei for a renewal of
license to sell liquors bj re-ail on the
premises known as he Fraser Hotel
situated on the corner of Begbie and
Front streets in the said Citj of New
WeBtmlnstei
ALFRED SWAN-SON.
New Westminster, Nov, 3, H'"s
JREAT NOKTHEKf*.  ....II..VAY
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m., ar. aeuttie t _..__. |
Lv. .\. W. 4.'..t p.m.: m  s- ��� i
Lv. N. w. 12:10 a.m.; at   Si ittle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle S: 10 a.m. , ar. N. W. ���'. p.m. I
Lv. Seattle i.-~> p.m., ar. N   w. 9:55
p.m.
Lv. Seat;- 11:30 p.m. ar. N   v.'. 6:20
a. ���.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODIjE. NO. 27.���
The regulai meetings of this lodge
ire held In Oddfellews' hall Colum
hla street, everj Mf-nrtay evening
.it 8 o'clock.
*. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the flrsl and third Tuesday in each month. VlRitiup
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge loom. A. O. D. W. hall. Odd
felljws'   block,   Clarkson   street
o.'URT   BHUNETTr.,  No. 4099,  l.O.F.
���Meets die Fourth Friday In the
month ,r ** o'clock. In the small
hall, Oddfellows'  block.
Male   and  Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA     and     McM:llEY    ST3.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
pi-one  431- P.O. Box   885.
N.' IL IE .    hi ; (bj   -���; ..-n       i   ,
ten l   to   i| the nexl
the  Llci ns!   _    . ard  foi   the  i li
N'l   .'.      V.   ��� e,     |   ,:     ;,     ('I
licensi to   ell liq to reta
[ireml; 19 kn >w n   i -  the  Ro
Hotel,  sit uat ��� I    coi tier    ol   C
; Columbl 1
S'eW   We-t'liH,   ���
E   FALCTI
ir,   Nov.  '���',.   I'"1*
Ho ise Sq
the Bald Cit;
in-
of
of
of
he
'Ity
ma
In
,'��'W     We-   !���  In
FIRE ALARM   BOXES
5���Asylum.
ft���Royal Citj -Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tantb
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and i ��*elfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
1.1���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and   Dufferin
15��� Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24��� . ...ru avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  nv-iMie and  Fourth.
2<>���Fifth avenue and  FIghth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
S2���-Agnes and Sixth.
34_Srhaake Machine Works,
35_(*01umbta and McKenzie.
36--C.P.R.  Station. ��
4:   Small A Rucklln Mills.
License Notices
Ni iTICE is here j hal  I In
tend  to apply al   the n Ing of
th. Licensing Board for th Citj of
Nev Westmin ;������! for a r. newal of
���i. en e I,, sell n pairs by retail on .he
premises known as the Windsor Hotel,
I u. I   on    Columbia    and    BegbW
. treeta, In the said Citj of New Westminster.
P. 0, BILODEAU,
New Westminster, Nov, 3   1908
NOTICE is hereby given thai we In-
tend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Russell  Hotel,
Notice is b reby given thai    .��� ������ Intend to uppl> tu tho nexl   Ittln    ,1 th,.;
Licensing  Board   In;   tii    . ,,     .,
Westminster for a rei a.-'-'
to sell liq ���    ���..  retail 01 p em-'
i,.r,s known ��� 1 1  the   Holbrook    Hotel,
situate;! on Fronl
.JOHN McNIVEN &  ii   Mi DON ���,,!���.   j
New  Wes! min iter, Nov, I, \ 90
NOTICE 1    ;��� ,-en thai    1 In
tend  to applj  al    I    a. ,,!
ihe   Li.. 11 lng Board I 1        ,1
New    Wes. min ,n ,,������
license to sell splrii ���.   iiquoi
tail on the premises knowi    .1     the
Liverpool Arms,   Ituati d ��� n Columibla
Btreet, in  the westi rl ���  the
G. N. R.-PORT Ol I'JHON.
Leave New Westminster IS:-".' p.m.,
arrlv Oulchon 6 p.m Mon laj -. We I
ne da; s,  ind  Fi d ij -.
Leave Gulchon 6:30 a.m., trrlve New
Wo tmlnster 8:45 Mondaj - Wednes
da ���    ind Frl*daj -.
V..  W.  ft   Y��� VANCOUVEH
Lv. N. w. ''. 20 a.m.,  I p ;. . an ' '< :*-
p.m
Lv. Vani ouvei   3:35 a.m.,  1  p m   and
11:30  p.m
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster ">:&<���. 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and s a in., and every naif j
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
r;.-(). 6:50, 7. j i an 1 half hourly tin
U :30 p.m.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. -O   Meets every Tuesdaj
evening at S p   m , In  tbe  Eagles
ball    Colum 1 a    bi reet,    A.   Clark,
w.  Pres.;   H   SchoBeld, Secretary.
���"HE   ROYAL   TEMMLAHS   OF   TEM
��ERANCE  meel    every  Wodnesdaj
��� ���   s  o'clock   p.  m    in  Oddfellows
ul, Columbia strei \
-.a.No OF oCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THt iSLEi
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First um
Third Tuesday of every month 'ii
K. ot P. ball, ' Chief W. Sutherland,
I.   O.   O.  F,���H0y.1i   City   Loage.   No.   _
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, Col
umbla Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock, visiting brethren will
be made welcome, i;. !���:. Qllley,
N. O.; ���'. E. Osborne, P, 0*, recording secretary.
80AR0   OF  TRADE.    N'ew    Westmin
ster  Board of Trad"    meets  in  the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third    Thur.;.lav    of   each    ni'uii.fi,
Quarterly   meetings   on   the   third j
T h i; t* s d a v    of   February,    May, I
August and   November, at  *  p.  m
Annual    meetings   on    the    third
T !i u r s il a y    of    February,    Now
members    may    be    proposed    nnd
elected al any monthly or quarterly
meeting.     A. E. Whltp, Ser,.
HO8E OF COLOMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.-
Red Rose Degree meets Becond md
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In  K. of  P.  Hall, Columbia  St.. at
8 p. m��� White Rose Degree, Fourth I 'all or address
Wednesday    in    e.ic.b month, same
time and  place.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria le        Vancourer
' 10:00 p in. dall)  excej
VANCOUVER-V'CTORlA ROUTP..
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouvei
dally   exi ept Sunday ai   10 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. dali;.
Princess Royal at 9 a.i
���   "pt Tui s.lay.
VANCOUVER- SEATTLE  ROUTE
Steamer  Pi lm es     Ro
a. in. dally exi
tie.
On S indaj a |. a,     V   a i
tor Seat:!.- via Vld I
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA   ROUTE
_' S.    Trader  will   ll ai     V'icl
New  Westminsti
Fi Iday,   ��������� I   a  bus a
.   Leaves New Westminster on Wed-
ie Bday  and  Sal u I
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Tee��
Leaves Victoria 11
jand 20th of each monl !>'
Mosquito Harbor ml  way ports; ,t;.
of each  month tor Q ral ind wa
ports; 20th of each uioni _hcu.et,
Quatsino. Cape Scott and waj ports
VANCOUVEH-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Jojn
Leaves  Vancouver 1:30 pm dail
except Sunday,    Leaves  Nana-mo st
7 a. in.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIM0-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leavea Victoria Tuesday 7 i.m*! -*:"
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Sal irday 2 p. m-i
arrives  Victoria !i p, m
S.S. Queen City lea. - Vancouvei
7 p.m. Sunda); arrives S inalmo ll
p.  in.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA, LUND.
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Trom  Victoria 8  p.m. every U''il"'8*
day.  from   Vancou er   10 a tn   tollo*.
Ing day  for above and  lm
.oints.    Returning to Van
day    afternoon;     Victoria    Monday
morning, via  Lad) imith
NORTHERN  B.  L.  ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and I
every month til 8 p.m.
UP RIVER.
Ueaver���
From New Westminster M<"llh-
Wednesday and Friday. |
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursdaj
_nd Saturday.
For   reservations   and   mrormatlon
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Inion Lodge, No. 9, A
F. nnd A. M.; King Solomon Lodge
.No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1160; L. o. l... No. 1693; Courl
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
V., Court Westminster. No. 3.10:
R-otherhood of Ow's. .N'cat  No. 2!>:
ED. OOULET,
Agent. New W'*���""���
C, II. FOSTEK,
A.St Oen. Pass  Agent Vanrnuvef
.1. W. TRt-'1'
General Suuerlntendent. vt^J_
Choice Meals
at
Oven's Block, In th   mid Cl    ol New i
Westminste .
ALEX   MATHESON,
New Wi stmlnster, No>   t
tr       AnVERT'.ai<;      �������
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
ff YOU "War. ;, Situation.
tT ADVERTIS!.        TU
���  IN  ���
THE      DAILY       NEW*.
To  INCREASE  You,-  BUSINESS,
Central Meat Market
ci ft!*  Aven"e
Corner Eighth St. and   nr���
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BOWELL * OQDV. rrc.C,.-��<^ gESOAV
,   NOV.   4,   1908.
THE DaAHiY NEWS.
THREE.
Follow directions ������    m�� V     t
ith Sunlight Soap and know hou- pe, , pijre soap V aldCZ
,an clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure thf finest fai
f ive Cents A Bai
Use lt In
The
Suniight Way
0
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
No them Bank and the <'��� ���   n i; ���       [Can
mdi i   authority of Aci of Parll -,
D OFFICE
WINNIPEG
. Authorized  $6, 00.00
i' iii! up) 	
. Undivided Profits 	
throughout  AJbeita, Briti b Col im da,
and Sai katchewan.
��� ���  ' Association Money Orders toi      tli    . ���
,   Sov, 3.���The    trial
even   seal   poai b< i
I i iner   Sakai
��� !  July 22
with   2ii    seal    skins
ii need yesti rday   morn-
isecution compli ted    ' ��� >���
di uce  lasl     night.
n    tried  ti    irovi
''��������� id killing   of
';     '���'��� ���     i thi  thn e i He limii    Th ���
���   to    ]. iw  thai   owing
tl ���    si '.nun.-  drifted
' '   '        * and    during   the
ghl  and       ill boats wi re sen!  oui
un li t- the Impression
thi > ������ vi   mile sfrom    shore.
The er, he   Kinsal   Maru   Xo.  2
* li .   possibly   next   W< In
��� lay.
J. I. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
'.,   SAYS   MUCH   CAPITAL
IS   COMING  TO   COAST
HENRY'S! S
Winn ������"..        ll. C   Dring   aa
^j    . tanl ������ m        the C. P
H. ol
en rou     to th    Pacific coast    .������ hi re
,. .,:��� the counti y   o re*
iB���*l"n__i    *>��    MADE   \H   C&^t/V'*^ Investment   o
SeedsA-"rees, Plants,
'ARM    GARDEN,
iNSERVATORTf
. ��� asonable
orers,   scale   or
ma -   stock. No
annoy \ ii
.   lot of fruit trees
;   the    fall    trade.
Pear,  Plum    and
;    100   \pple, in !��� adin������
,   ���      Bmall    fruit
. tly home grown and
agal on from bear-
no,  Bulbs tor fall
olee   grass    -��� i I
tock,    Buy    direct
thai grows.
���   ������ ���        Bee      Supplies
��� iterl tls, Cut    Flow
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Green''-'-.ijses   and   Seedhoures.
Wistnunster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
.--. South Van*
iver
*��
.md Engli .lists.    He ea  -     a'
chan fo    largi    nvestmi it    o!
C capital  cn   the   P ' fie
coa?I   ai tei             nd in u
li
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
insures Pure Food.
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'OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE   NOW   ON   SALE  AT
M.   MOREY'S   STATIONERV   STORE
J.   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN.    P.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
������THE  FAIR," Columbia   Street.
E. W. GILLETT CO., ETL
T.iro...,
WHEN  GOING EAST
P.O.Box  474.       Te!. 63.       Res. 4_!H    **SK THE TICKET AGENT
Estimates   Submitted. Tu  SEND YOU  OVEI,
.. Westminster..
! Iron   Works
i
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
ciK'ht   I Yams   Kv--v   i iv.v  -n  the   Ye,
BETWEEN
nneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
I'll-    I K -\ I X   ��� ��� i-   ���* ���_ M k_
I'HK     NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor
Manufacturers <j.
B   Wrought    Iron    Gates,   l-ences,    Crest
I (V i a ���-> ��c ��> **\ ��> ^   fi i"9s.  Balcony   Railings, and
-W___aa_B_B__aH_iHB___r__ll_B_>��__l . M._aki_,�� ��/nrL .-j I Embodies the newest   and bsst ideas
��� General Machine Work and ^   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
TPNiniri^Q BLACKSMITHING and   LUXURY.     It  is   lighted  with
1 r_.l>L/|lil\0   'both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly illuminated 'rain in the
world. The equipment consists oi
private   compartment   cars,   standard
sealed   ��� ��� .      addressed    to
nd   endorsed   "Tendi i    \\\\\\\\ StN...l
ding,   Vernon,   B.  C.,''
'���ived .it  this   office    11 in ���
'   ' I Friday,    November    20
construction of a publli
Vernon.
ii clflcai lona can bu   ��� - i.
tender <>: tained at thl
und on application io tli ���
���       ill    Vl 1 IH 111
li  Ing  arc notified thai
a -vlll mu be considered unless
'-  '        '   printed   form  supplied.
:|1 ! with their   actual   slgna-
lari 3,
musl   be accompanied \
que on n charti 11
to  the order ol
���   ihe Minister of Public
���   ������ u per cent. 110 |
mo mi  of   the  t-mdei
Office  and Works:
New Westminster
16  section  sleepers, luxurious  dining
c��r, reclining chair cars  (seats free),
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li
bra.** and smoking cars.
��� i    I mic   Tables,  Folders,  or  any
nrthrr  information  call  on  or  write
e W. PARKER.
���J2C Second Avenue. Seattle. W����h
A
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riatMt vo*_>/
ujiu mi w* r
ns hon ant ah
Ut.
FOR SALE BY
WUHAN & tO,
A. James.    J. McClughan
��� lto<]   If  Hie  pi r on   A Hardman.
' Ier Into a con
:  ipon to ,i  PLUMBING
��� ���,, the worli  i
Front Street    Trust Blocl
SenUto Approval A
To Rk. FONSiBiaB. People  ��� W��*S
m _*"*_L_.   1  ��� ____*
Laughlin jp
FOUNTAIN PEN U
RED  GEM ir
t<hc InH Pencil
Your Choice of
and   HEATING
$
n il  bind Itself
inj   i. nd I'.
\ _P. TESSIKR,
Seci otary.
ROFESSIONAL.
I    Public   Worl,!'.   I IttUW
I 'ms
Wy   HANSFORD.    Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
Thes*
Two
Popular
Articles
' for only
St bnw '".
tl
Po<.t
paid
lo any
address
1 \t��A
McKenzie
corner     Columbia    ami
strei ts, New Westminster
no    e pi ii, foi thl ��� ,	
the,   Inser,   , h     A   " H H* A LLHR,    BARKIM**  80
ithcDepar: nt.       A��   "c.tor   etc     41 Lo���e��*
 opposite Court House   v '*  "'
ster.    riionc 143.
Westminster
T��lrt      ��; ,. HJHITB8IDK  & EDMONDS  Barri
1 ransTer Co. W ���,. aDd solicitors, b��cw�� b��
Columbia street,   New    Westmlnste,
W. .1. Whiteside, H, L EMnwnd
18s.
Barn 'Phone 137  ��martIN ft McQUARR
la   Street "���    '��� Wi solicitors, et
Westminster,   Trapp
Ci iri ton and l-onie
BARR18-
Offices, New
corn 'l
��� ���:        mptly   to
ol the city.
i ��� i "___ 7�� ui��TiN Barrister anc
khasd Heavy Hauling GB��|.��tSll��,��
"  RAM    DEPOT.
Illustrations aie Exact Sue
Bve iy pen guaranti * '1
full ll Ki, bclid Gold cut
on right h*nd may b�� hut I
m either our standard
black opaque pattern, oi
Nou 1>i rukul.le  TtaiiHptu-
ent. as desired, cither In,
i plain or engravti.1  finish,
as preferretl.
Tea may try this psa �� **w��*i
ttyondoanfln4ltMnpi*Mnted|
ft (miter   mtx Ifl limn >*>n Wfl W-
;    fur*    f"P   IIIRF.K   1IMU  THITl   IWlAI
hum  In   ftny utlirr iimk*', 11 tit
,niitfiy ntlifaeloiT In avtn i*
.  |p��t rrlntn It Sad *��� villi HOO
>uu |1.10 fur it.
I Ctrr on lift Is our famous Mid
1 popalir Ran Ou ink p��ooll   i
, ,,in|.l.'1*. l***k proof trnni.(ih. Bit)
lie   cnrrinl    h*    any   pOilll* "    lf
'  \.,Kkrl or ���1im|_|.<tik bftfi Wh-M "'
I any ���tml�� at tir��t touctt. PUtl
mini (avrlni!) fof.l, Irldlam
point,pollihtdTalo��nl*td i "���
1 r/mr,   Wir��  cotlft   HnWIi.      MUll
���Vfnrwhar��  for I-' '���".     ���A-'���'���,���
want*")     Wrltt for l.'ruil.    * MM
liuw  " Irst you fori I I ���***���*-������ ' "
,..___..,. .��_   p����
Laughlin Mfg. Cofj
�����     Majullo Bldg..
Detroit, Mlr.b
T Poachers   Placed ^'
'j^Q A D     On Trial at
-SOUTH WESTM/fiSTE/i:;
i mma\
���pl/m���
' or susD/y/s/o/r or���*
-LDT9MGL CA5EC36. r/Eu>5��C25, fi/$orSE!*,S��C?5.74. WHS3172.���
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The ��� the pudding Is it. thi
South   Wi   tn  nstei   subdivis; in an   I ���
�� hen the i    ee I-.,
It, and to judge from the way the o-acre blocks in our
led up, the investing public recognize a really goo'i thing
"Mj  .���    is a i   a   i!" said one man ought about two weeks '���age, ���und only examined his pur-
(hase foi  the first time yesterday, "and I would nol take double whai I paid  [or It.   You Uo not say
half  e oush  ,.      *   your  spkmdld subdivision,    ll  is by far the  be t thing advertised in any of the pa-
���
- -.  .  to    lake a hum,   on my 5-acre tarn, and will commence building right away. I consider
la id here will .���... shorl   time, isi   a    vi  auble a*_> any  along     the     Vancouver-Westminster
line.-1
These are    ������. .   tw<  ol the  manj   complimentary   rei rences  to oar I acre su division, and go   to
��� ho\. that oui statements are basi I on fact .r.,d will bear investigation as tor Instate, when we
.-  .��� e new   Chilliwack tram runs through and has iis first fixed  station  In  the centre of the
property, It will Le found exactlj as w< represent. We make this point to offset IJ possible the hed effect of statements circulated In ... effort to sell certain other lands, that the new tram line runs
through them, when, as a matter ol tact, an oid discarded trail Hue U the only thing ln evldence.and
the adopted route, where ac.ual construction is rapidl) advancing, is miles away. This sor- of thing
does no gooi   an       Ings dis redii  on i       erpi  rptoi   of  ihe canard.
All the other excelleni and variously named orchards, gardens and apple grove.-- are ali right in
their way and place, bui are noi In the same class with ours.   This i- conceded by all.
Our principals h^ve control of all the good land at the South Westminster end of the Chlllitfack
train line, and it is here that the wi -e ones are now Investing, recognizing thai our choice suburban
villa sites possess soil admirably suited to fitit culture, and can be purchaser! tor $100 pei acre -the
same price asked  for 5-acre    locks  situated from  l'1  to  -11 miles distant  from town.
Om subdivision has only been on the markei a few weeks, out during thai short time we have disposed oi ove.  :."'< acres.   This fact    peak   foi  Itself.
It fruii farms ari worth $100 pei acre lo miles from town, whai should they be worth two mil' ���
away, when you haw all the conveniences of city life? This i- the way the quest! :, '.- if- figured out,  and   th<   resull  I    very much in our favor.
Don'i  pui   ;    B
numb     l< ��� ���
per i-i ni
, '   i ,;h   .,   ii     and I lo ��� .     Vou'll never regri    It,   \vi -���  onl   i   limit
nt prl ���        >' lien   i .:      commence run ces   will   ���   ��� ',l1   to   :���"
Our carriages go over everj daj.    Any hour will suit us.    It only takes
half an houl' t i drive over.
Domini
i  i rust
LIMITED
T. R. Pearson, Manager
New  Westminster,   B. C.
Also for sale at HALE BROS. & CO. and
PACIFIC REALTY CO.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Pulillshed by the Daily News Puij-
lisiuug Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets,  .New  Westminster.  B.  C.
HFOHM SOCIETY TO UPHOID
MORALS OF COMMUNITY
E,  A.   Paige Managing   Director
<un i o"n IfLTl a ot��>
Maple Ridge Residents Sand Together)
to   Resist   Any  Attempt  to   Sell
Liquor in the District.
WEDNESDAY,  NOV. 4,   1908.
ENGLISH CRITICISM.
When we suggested some tune ago
the invitation to Canada of tome of
Great Britain's greatest statesmen,
especially the Colonial Secretary, so
that he and they might become thoroughly acquainted with the Immense
possibilities of this gigantic country
we were taken to task by some scions
of the old land with the bold assertion that these directors of empire
were fully conversant with every detail of our national life. The cabled
extracts of press comments on the late
elections in this country go to snow
that the credulous editors of the
British press do nut understand very
much about our party struggles or
they have been doped by partisan correspondents from this side of the pond.
When the  English press, uninformed
Why Pay Rent When Your
Rent Will Buy You a Home
New 5-roomed modern house, with good
basement, only half block from ear. Price
$1850, on very easy terms; $200 cash, balance $20 per month.
Four-roomed house, close to car line, almost
new. $1260; only $150 cash, bal. $12 month.
W. J. KERR
New Westminster, B.C.
Port Hammond, Nov. 3.���Ai a meeting held on Saturday In the Methodist
church. Maple Ridge, a __oclety was
formed to be known as the Citizen's
Protective association. The object Of
the association is to promote and protect, in every way possible, the intellectual and moral Interests of the
community. W. Q, Tanner. B.A., was
elected chairman and J. Hicks secretary. The next meeting will he at the
call of the chair, after which regular
monthly meetings are to be nei...
At the same meeting ^arrangements
were made for presenting a strong
protest, whenever necessary, against
the granting of any liquor license
within the bounds of this municipality.
 '< the  famous  blue diamond  known  as
BRITISH TWO-CENT rate | -���**' "HoPe Diamond." but this famous
DOESN'T  INCREASE  MAIL ! '-V1"   W&B  sold  some   time  *'so  b>'  the
  I order of  the court  of    chancery    In
New   York,  Nov. ll.���The    two ceni
Inesday. n,v ,
'oca
-Ooy_wAOTA_S7��^
nowj^tour^haS���
o :ii-_r_igmj_
��� Columbia Disc Rec
All new and the latest.       Usual
pm ���
$ WILL BE SOLD
$ UNTIL FRIDAY FOR
;> cents.
50
man  of much  greater   physique   than
Lord Douglas, the latter caught up the
gun and shot him in the back of    the
head aud neck.
Lord Sholto was once th*% owner of
I postage rate to Great Britain has not
materially Increased the .amount of
mail passing between the two countries as had been confident!} expected
England, A consid 'fable amount of
romance clings around the name of
the family.
as it  is, just Jumps    Into   Canadian I wouid be the case.   The rati -has now
politics ii  Is i <_ or less a  leap in been In effect  for a month and    the
the dark, dangerous In the   extreme, general post office reports that there
Th,. dictatorial  tone of some   of    the|ha#s   been   no increase  in  the  amount
papers over there has only one answe*
.���ind that is, that we know how to
handle our own affairs and will brook
no interference as to who shall guide
the affiairs of tliis nation, and it he-
speaks little for their judgment in indulging in partisan directions that
may lune the effect of destroying the
of first class mail passing between the
two countries, except a very slight one
in letters addressed to London. Liver,
pool, Manchester, Glasgow and other
big cities in Great Britain. On the |
other hand there has heen a marked
increase in the amount of printed
matter handled in the mails, although
Gel the Habit
All Aboard
*'ni the steamers���this is the
day they are on special sale
at The Fair, N'os. S and 9, Tin
steamers onlj 35i each, today
"Ii:' Come earlj and avoid
the rush
Remember, after Friday I sell no
more Records at this price.
C.
Three only $40 Columbia machines, nickled
horns.    Sale price.... iio
Three only $35 Columbia   machines   ri
horns.    Sale price  $2�� a
One only $55 Columbia machine,' nickled
horn.   Sale price  ��** __
  ' $45.00
J.H.TODDS Music House
0*0*0*
Applications Wanted  Racket c
NEW   WESTMINSTER
harmony  that  should exist    In every!the postage rate on that class of mail
section of tbe Empire.   If there is to haa not been changed.
be anj direction il should come from;  .���_
the great units of the Empire and ihe'titled ENGLISHMAN
tlmi  is not far distant when the voice JAILED FOR SHOOTiNG
of  all   the  sections  of    the    Greater! 	
Britain    beyond    the   Seas will hav-      Cranhrook, Nov. 3.���It is    reported
much to do in shaping the policy of here that Lord Sholto   Douglas,   who
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p.m. of Monday,
the 16th of November, 1908, for the
position of Treasurer ol the City ol
New Westminster, salary $12." per
month.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Citj   Hall,   N'ew Westminster,  Nov.  3,
[90S.
A full line Df   '.i-'.. .i i,,,.;
fancj  and  work  baskets jusi
received.    Thej   are beauties,
and fully justify a  call of in-
upectlon.
We one more leg to remind
you that Christm is is coming,
uul goods ate goins
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Starlmg   Silver   Goods.   Leather Hard   Bags.   Watches,  R,ngs   China}
etc.. etc. u '       "**��� I
Have  opening   up,  Christmas Good
mosl complete ever shown iu the city	
Of Gold Jewelry, Fountain  Pens,  Umbrellas.   Jewe
the  Empire In  what must  come.
fmpi rial Council
has a residence near Creston, is under arrest at that place tor shooting
and very severely injuring a man with
.1 shot gun.
It is said that Lord Sholto unexpi c-
edly returned to his hou*e and finding this  man  there ordered  him  out
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
The press  telegrams    reaching    us
from  New   Yoi'k, tell of the absolute
business, the closing ^^^^^^^_	
.anks ..nl .tock exchange, and   As he refuted to go out and bein
idlng   .. the stores, for fear ,	
' ''';'"Iin- the fever heui !:*��-<.���������%
reach. choice of the nation's  J"-Jpj f^/^ff^jir" -J*/***
chief exi      ive,  the President  of the  W^^&S*"'^
United Stales oi America.    This con-.
ti ists   gtronglj   with    thi    . aim   de-
libi  ate waj   in   which  the eleel irate
���;. I.i decla elf a  few day ���
,i  ' ..��� Ice,  fully as  import-
be made.
- u      our   Amencan cousin-
nati i-  lUJi
..���iy  much more of an lm-   \\j
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
(Three Years  With J.  A.  Lee.)
has just  opened    and    solicits    your
patronage.    Mission  furniture a  specialty;  office and store furniture;   al
kinds of furniture repairs,
First Class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 26 Alexander .St,
Opposite Tram Office.
P.  O.   Box   304. Hoube   Phcr.e   B 29.
JW. C. CHAMBERLIN   -^_i_!__!_ij
��        Sole agent for the Longlnes and Hamilton  Watch  Movements       *
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The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Tomorrow's   Special ��� Pcckct    Memo
Books   5c   each:   regular  10c.
HAVE YOU TRIED       OKANAGAN;
  THE
CELERY?
Selected   Eggs,
Creamerj  Butte
i rood  Flour, , ������
It u the besi on the niai ki
hree dozen  for	
. th  poun is (or .
Back      	
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$1.00 j
$100 j
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hi
I j    b, and   w ith  the  i"   si s Ion
of  her ir w  ten-it irie i  an l     l<
��� "   ���"���   as had    i a    i ;.,   resp n
ties tha! call for strong men to guide
the  affairs   ol     the   nation.    To    the
financial  world   Mr.  Tafi  is a  much
stronger man -ban the retiring President, but it remains to I.. seen if Mr.
Taft  will  .-��� a.- .-iron- a man ;n dash
and diplomacy as  Mr. Roo evelt  bar
been.    As close neighbors we aj pi .
to pn :it by the Republicans being in
power, and strange as It may seem, a
Liberal  Canada  desire.- a high    pro-
tectl in      i ��� linet  south of the  19th,
Perhaps it is  b< cause of   late    years
nism   Is   synonj-mous   witb
ncj-,  and    whateve
Brj-an ;..���   - :.*.   to thi   contrary there ��?Zt
as 'o i.is pos-   ^Ll
.' ..tile
as In favor    >l   j^J/j
���!    standard.     Anj   ^W
i in ib" currencj over
.;;      .   ' lld   i'.t.'l   it -
..... pai    '.,:  ���'.    '      ilnlon ;':
.. . ,   6ui   trade  relations
. . entwlni I   hal there
hen cannoi  look
��� .  jinarj f< ue.- an I \ lew th
gh   without   I        -       thai    iii ��� |
A lean ha.    noi     i mui h   <
a- thej think thej \\&\ e, for In
in nation under H" i. n does money
ont.. so much Into the ele< tion
metho Is as it does und r the Suns
an ; Strip! ������������ and the struggle Is
one mainly between monied Interests,
The trades union.- have marshalled all
itheli ij i ������! suasion and com-
. in, u ( Dnl ention with the r.\ o
:rr, at pai I les In fav ir of the "also
ran " Imi the fighl was reallj nar-
pov ��� I flown to the two greai contest-1
���'.������ rail and Bryan, an i fr<tm whal
   co ,:,'���  o iserve   out side the  game,
eason I
ere Again
Every man ani woman that
is obliged to be out when (he
walking is bad should be provided with a pair of these Shoes.
Adams & Deans \
Phone 97 GROCERS       Prompt delivery    <
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Now is the time to look aft
EYES
your \
Call
m
RYALL'S
Eyes Tested Free i
DRUG
STORE
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We have all i  -   nosl rei     . . w. ���
" *";1 1,,:'  :;;:"    ' I   Im . ��� lowing makes:
ile tn obtain
.,,
Tafi   had   ihis
weeks ago
opponent  -checkmated
Mr. Atjnew Dying.
,' Innl], ;���. Nov. 3.��� Hon .1. !l. Ag-
m w, provincial treasurer, I. -till alive,
but Iii death is bourl; expected. Be
fore the surgi ons could ��� perate on
hlm for ippendldtls the abcess inns!.
ren ��� -I.'- bis death  aim isi  certain.
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GEO. A. SLATER'S "DUK-BAK."
"Inv*cl     3ho    *   .���:. !.. with viscolized wa*
terpr<   '���    ������������'���'���   - ��� irani i to ki  p the .
abSOl   ;,!-,   dry,
CEO. A. SLATER'S "DRY-SOX,"
il   cal�� leather l ned  Blucher cul Hoot, with
upper leather  of Giant-Calf   our most   reliable Boots
THE "DOCTOR   SPECIAL."
A Blucher cut box call Coot, with viscolized
waterproof boIi a boot we highly recom-
men '       "�� Blve comfort in  (very detail.
or Ladies
GEO. A.  SLATER'S   -INVICTUS"
'" of Brm Vici kl i. uppei : ned
" I ^e ;-..:���- are heavy viscolized
I ami thoroughl)  waterprool
"     Calf ) viots
' "��� fall wear
THE   EMPRESS
.  neal   I ��kin !    ;   ivj
&Q Pennsylvania
tt Blacksmitlls,
^A ^^^^_
BEST    QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS V PRESTON
Photm   105.
HEW ISIKIEB
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THE   "CROSS"   SHOE,
'!''   of v..|(.ur Calf,    wtth    extra  heavy
making   an   ideal   boot   tor   the   wet
weather
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$ OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. ���
<& W. IN. Draper|S. S.   RAMONA
fi-	
IF. CRAKE
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Hard  block,  New Westminster, O C
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam*,   Grocer
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST
New Westminster, B. C
SHOE   MOUSE   IN  3. C.
85
Ladles'Gold Watcnei trom 112.75 up
OeiitU'nien'H    Silver    Watch"*     one
face, $6.00. j
Oentlemen'B silver Watcnee, douhl*. ���
case, $7.50 mji.
nonn
elhnan
��/s|   cane. $7.50 >ip,
/(S Agent for the celebrated south Bi
M>S Watches, h piled to the Welhi
rl\ i *\.*-<��� tit. Expedition,    .11 warranted.
��*im&E
Chulrifi.  Kings,  tewHirv, etc.. ��te.
Watoh   repairing;    ��nar��es   reason-
uhlB.
CAPTAIN   DONSER.
Re.jul.ir talUngi bet-vaen
NEW   V/ESTMINSTEi.   and   CHILLI
WACK.
Call '.-; at MuiUUla.ua,  n ''���   ���'. l***"'8-eJ
Minsiou ami waj |iori
���engers and  trolghi.
Leave.-;    Dracknian ��   1*"'
New   Wostniinstor,  Xuvdny*,
Jjys   anj   Sst.nd.iy   -it   H  B      '
Leu,..-.   Ohllllwucli  Wedn����d��/.  F
ijy iiud Sunday .11 7 a. tt*.
fur   rales  and   1 <���'        ���
STFAMBOAf CO
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\vesier:   ^^^
NEW   WESTMINSTER
B.   C
U'HITMoiai''. HHiireta*")'' V.*-*3
NESDAy'
NOV.   *,
1908.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE
Q<**��^ ...    ..   ...      ...,.,...,,.,^2:
ffccOshStgres I. H. SMITH ThefashStores
Si
The Biggest cargain
Sensation of Hie Season!
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Knoi.
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covei   otl a lox  of  "B.
m I  tr.  one.    It will make
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Specials in     j
Rocking Chairs I
W. II. Van tone was down town for
the ti; e te  laj after his very
serious   11 a,
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
merit���the Brillante," made by the
15. C, Cigar factory, **
The lacrossi club meeting to deal
with the Minto cup challenges has
been fixed for Friday night.
Tlw In si plai e to gei tall bul - and
first-class   cm     flowers    is    Davies'
greenhouse.   Tel.   I! 208. *"
The funeral of .lohn Otway, of Vale,
lake; place today al Hope, the re-
malu__��havlng lieen forwarded by train
��� ti-i'ila.
Goo i  pota oe..,  75 cente  per sack
Kyle's,  f-'i.,i,        ,.,,, **
Tho annual anniversary services ol
St. Paul.. Reformed Episcopal church
will be held ou Sunday, Nov. 22. On
the Mondaj following, the ladies' aid
will hold its annual .-social at the
home of one of the members.
Seventy-five cent Columbia Disc records going at 50 cents. .!. il. Todd's
music house, Burr blocl.. **
i
The temporary trouble on the B. (.'. ww*www��������*�������� �����*�����*"����������*�����'-"����� ���*"����� ���"*
B.   R,   Interurban  line    near  Colling-'' rrr~	
wood, resulting from the recent heavy j 04040404040400^40^*0^)^
rains, is now a  thing of the past,    a!0
work  gang  having  been  engaged  all
daj   j-esterdaj   In  removing the    last
traces of the mud and  Land slide-.
Regular $1.25 for 90c
Regular $2.25 for $1-90
Regular $5.00 for $4.50
LEE'S
Mammoth  Furniture   Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA 8TREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C
Opposite  Lorne Street.     Phone 73. ^6
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All dealers handle "B. C,
Spoi '     i   ;ars.      The
0 and .
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and   Old
:������ liable |
Clearing out crockerywan
Kyle's, Front street,
A
at cost;
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A Manufacturer's  Over-
make of Silk and Lace
Waists   Cleared Out
at a Fraction of
Their Actual
Cost
gm   . -. ,                   ,      . ;e  tnanufac! urlng
Cana la and  thi   Stai  - ipportunlty of
magnlfii enl       e of v it a fraction of thi Ir
Ther - a ���     r     lis! ot, and are the new-
,   ��� coni   ptioi       t thi lesigner's art.   They come
6
u meeting   of   Burnaby   council
Saturda)    evening,   a   resolution     was
^^^^^^^^ passed  unanimously   thai  no AsLa
The bonusi - for the B, C. E. R em- ���w"*1*1 ���" futur( be employi I on muni-
ploydea In New Westminster alone clpal work. This restriction will hold
amounl to ove ��7000, at per capita of;-""1', not onlj on work given out
tgg 7g i direct  by the   luthoritle .  but also in
i ases where contracts are let to outside parties, a clause being inserted
Into all agreemi nts i overing this
provision.
s
3 Leaders 3
Three pounds good butter $1.00, We
an selling lots of this butter. i-_ is
giving our customers good satisfaction
Thre.- dozen . lected eggs ..; 0 i
These are real good egg.-.
N'o. 1 Manitoba hard wheat Hungarian flour $1.65 lie;* sack, or $6.25 per
barrel.
Ik .1 <, an
1 polnl  d
���. ���  fro
i   '
-
-. ed   ana   ���"
opportunity.
s  fc I*    ���
.    fl
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at
etc   also lac
>i   5 nei   Tl ej    i ���   >���. n th
���,.  . lm... ver,    to
,   a    anj   hou ������   In the
 $2.50
autlfullj :
��� , . .1
 $4.50
Tor sale -Seven roomed house,
bath room, pantries, closets, wood*
Bhed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
1 particulars apply to owner. 192 Kighth
street. *���
The l md regis! i y fees foi * he month
of 6ctober were $2289.21, an Increase
of $290.18 on    the    previous    month,
- when $1999 93  was taken.
Aboul twentj--five Americans left
:u- thi louth yesterday morning. Intending to cast their votes for the
presidential and state elections In
Washington.
T. II. Barbaree, cashlei i thi Dominion Trust. Is laid up with typhoid
fever. His llness means a temporarj
. ��� remeni from activities in the foot-
ball fii I ��� .i'ii will result in the
. eningj of the Rovers "���an:, of
whli h Bai  aii - i    goalkei pi r
Ten i ire of thi
Lulu islan I       Ige mu in hj Sat-
fli n es to
aw  bj   means    or   the
using th ���
I!.  ('.  K   R
the Fraser brlrlg
C. A. Welsh
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The   People's
Grocer
Cul  flowers and bulbs of all kinds.'.
Tidy. ** I
The R. T. of T. will parade    in    a
body to St. Caul- Reformed Episcopal
church on Nov. 29, when special sermons will be preached by Re.. A. deB.:
Owen.   Present arrangements call for
a   parade  by the Junior Templars in
the morning, while the older members,
of  the  order  would  march  from  the
hall to the church in the evening.    A \
... gi       nout is expected,
i
A gran ;  masquerade dance will be
held ai St, George's hall on Friday,;
November 13th, under the auspices of'
the Orchesography club Those want-j
ing suits must put iti their orders ati
the Empire Tailor sho i before Saturday, the Tth. A Imission g< ntlemi n
one dol i  . ladii - : ** I
,
enemy  &
Phone 19 2
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON   VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
Anderson
Columbia St.
���i
$12   0
���.2.50
.$1.50
H.
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Good pn idi   with
,  ��� al   ^
bian hospil ,-ery ���
ths will i *)
me, I *
Plans - ispitaljj'
. ngs ari   ::. i oui -.  ��������� J
 ft* Architfci   !���:   ,;.  W.   Sat*.
nexl yeai   ha re I    coi c-1 eoqiected to    e In the   I.';'.      o    the \",
tl m of , .... arlj *
for that i ���
This evening   the   most   ��� i   9
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the long �� ilks of the chil    i n
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   Stark, of Vancouver,!*t
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Owing to  the grot.   I of
Lulu island the school trust.
One of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
tfVs^f*
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
i
his evenln
grand   master,   Bro.   W.   K.   Houston.
of Victoria, accompanied bj   D,  D, G.
^_^^^^_^^_^_^_^^^^_^^_^_ I.M.   i'n>.   James  	
A numberof bottle   ol I ind  probably other    gnand  lodge of*
In .!������ police station, and ������ Chinaman fleers, will pay an official visit to Tain for selling liquor without a litJens ,|lon lodge No, It A. P. .ind A. M.
bear'testimony to a police raid lnlexpected that there will be ... large j?
Chinatown on Mondaj night. The ac-'attendance of the brothers of loth!*
cused was trough! up >-esterday, and  lodges, and  arrangements  have been ���
���
It is j J
��'���o*u*o��>y'j*K)��o*'o't>o*o*o  J*:--*- +q+,o+q+oo+o+c��o+o*q+o
remanded at the citj police court Two madi
Chinamen accused of gaming failed tl ly.
.,, appi a . tm i the ball w*s forfeited.
to entertain  the  visitors  suit-
,--./^TI-B__MaW��llJ^^
The kind that will
keep your feet
DRY during this
awful wet weather. Remember
we guarantee our
shoes waterproof.
������'
The  Attornej   General  has  notified
.,.,.,, Edison   en cut theatre draws i .  representatt, - of the B. C. Union
QUltean  lUdience these winter nights, of municipalities,  of    which    Mayoi
aml ,,'���   ,, ,    ���i that is put on ju-sti- Keary i.s president, thai he will be abb
.' '                           .,    pipti   e   of en* to receive a deputation of the union
nlng  ,i,,,.i-i;,::. :   and               il- ai Victoria In about iwo weeks time,
lu9tra|              m   effe ts        thi   ru e . . ��� ���   the licensing of clubs and  tli-'
...   twice    i -.������ amendments of the    municipal
���     ���       -i"''-*'"  ''' iu&es
fun ��� people   will lo (li a^^^^^^^^^^^^���
then be nuide for the annual meetint
We specialize this pan oi our
I aslness and can guarantee sat-
Isfaction to our customers.
Canned  Goods
We have just    received    another   carload    of the    famous
Tartan Brand Canned   Goods���
Fruit and Vegetables.    Be sure
J   i ,' K   i     to trv these goods before buying
_ff_*i.**i#r-  \     I
others.
Public Supply Stores GEOp^AMS
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aci   which the union  d X
discussed.    Arrangements wIHlJ
ut  ni.
non.
These Shoes
sold only by
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The Reliable Shoe Man
5 Do it Now, Ladies!
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Don'i    '���   '-���������
it    tiil    nearei
Chrlstma
-,��� out have time
thi n.
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H. Morey & Co.
have
( .rj good choice of
In assorted designs.
are t! most popular
(or burning, because
the most useful.
Itoxcs
tilings
they   are
See Our Window
Display
Prices away down
at
Morcy's
Provincial Fli Ins lector
:    [i avlng   this    morning   on
o   il thi    Homespun   tor Vani ouvei   .
1 land, whi re he ��111 i rulse the coast Q
while  , olio, ting thi   ������' '��� I ���  ' - en ���
ntlj  Imposed on all    tish   cun      5
nn i    ���.���tors operating ln B. ('. waters, ^
This InduBtrj  Is to a large i xt< ni  in ���
tin hands of the Japane e, onlj a few o
si Itite men i ngaging In the  I u ilm bs, ^
Mr. North finds occasional difficult) In ^
;     ing the tax, ha\ ing recentlj    -   ���
coi i] ' Iled to make a Bhow of authority
order to enforce    paj ne a'   by   a
o :   ie In  Vancouver,
Yn
LF
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I lrunk
Insured?
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Borden, %
217-219 Columbia Street
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,\t a i trgely attended    meeting   ol
the   WOaitmlnater   Conservative     01
elation yesterday evening, officers for
1909 were elected as follows: Honor*
ary presidents, Hon. K. I.,
Hon. Richard McBride; pn si,lent,
John A. Lee; lirst vice-presiusnt, W.
Norman Hole. K.C.; Becond vlce-pres!
dent, .1. \v. Crelghton; secretary, W,
N. Carty; assistant secretary, \V. It,
Ciordon; treasurer, Qeorge Blalt tlyi
executive, ,!. .\. Montgomery, D, c, l-
ciirist. li.- i.. EMmopds, w. <;. McQuar
;���'.". .'. v Cun ilngham, J. it Oram an i
!). E. MscKenste, With few excep
tions, Several candidates were allot*
���' fo-.' each nosltlon,
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And Is your house furniture, clothing, etc., Insured? If not
you cannot aftora to take the chance of losing it In a tow minutes
by fire when you can msun it in a reliable Canadian oompany
for 11.000 at a cost of less than ;. cent a da ,
Anyone will admit that it Is . or h more than that to b* wtth-
i-it the worry of finding your home In a.-he* some day   with   no     -.
compensation for your loss. n
l.et mo quote yon a rate on i ither .: new pi 11 : or an old one us     ^
I can you nion... on your iirem'um. <��
Economy Insurance Broker I
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
wedne:sdas
NOV
. 4.
IOI
Lumber  Yards The Edison Theatre
Change Hands in
Revelstoke
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie.
High Class .Moving Pictures, Illustrated Son.*-* Program changed Monday, Wi dn< sday and Friday,
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���ynops.s    of    Canadian     Nort! Weil
Homestead   Regulations.
Rei i -
bas jus
cc    ���
In
.:.    Alex, Whyte
. a lumber deal of
tance,   v. In reby  he I
be  Didsburj   L im
Of     ��� irsi    you   are    In    need   of
j.grocerles, and of   other   .side    lines.
'I,|n-   Well, i ���   ar.   doing    a g I    general
ie    Bowman-Sine
busim *-: at the
....       , .  Ke,. Istoke,   The
, people have already ex-   QueetlsborOUgh
Uberta and have C__t,'M6f%_S   StOTC
: litions    in    t^ese
Thej   have also
three i lumber  yards   at
Si    .,,, Daj .land,  Alta .  where
hey alp arge and extensive
nterests   i  ��� hase    being    inade
from .1. E Vande burg. The deal of
these in ��� ���'��� upaniea at Didsbury
und Cai t ..." was consummated
through Messr* ' E, sin.- and F. W.
Hess,     .   ��� e    is   not    yet    an
nounced.      ' ������ t>'ll:*t  ri spectable
figure.    '!   ��� In the countrj  and
in the Itimbi . ndustrj of ihis firm
Is ,-, da :. :;������ t! on thai busim ss *v")
:.. hat i immerci   Is expana*
It. |   ���   ��� i    ipinlon thai the coming spi   is a -.'.reai Impetus in
. ��� _         thi    conditions are Im-
. ing
LULU   ISLAND.
Wi ��� ! ���: lng no rent, no book-
;... ani     thi    clerks arc    share-
holdt   ..
��� ���     ..:.  give our customer.,    lull
valui - at the lowest price,
II. re Is one snap:
Choice Potatoes and Turnips delivered to any part of the City, 75c per
Sack.
M. Crane
Clos
COUNTY  COURT  CHAMBERS.
Any i ven numbered section
minion  lands in  .Manitoba,  _;..
ewati and A        a, excepting S a
not ,-. ���,   ���   I, ma;   be homt sti a I   ���
any ; i     m ft'hu is tho sole b
tain.   , or anj  male over i,\ -. ���
age, t<   the i  tenl or one*quarti
lion of ICO .��� res, mure or less.
Application   for   entry     mu
made  in pi i on   by   the  applli ���
a Domini.ui  Lands Agency    or    I
tgency for the district in wiv I
laud is .-itu.ite.   Entry by pri ....
however,  he  made  at  an  agi u
certain condition.* by tho father, i
er, son, daughter, brother or sisti
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to p1
Iform the homestead duties undei
of the following plans-
tl)    At least, six mouths' rei
upon  and  cultivation of  the lai
each year for three years.
Proprietor. (2)    A Homesteader  may,  if !.���   so
5< ith end Lulu Island Bridge, ctesires, perform the    required    residence   dutii s   by   living  on     fa
land owned   solely   bv   him.   noi   .
| than   eighty   (snj   acres   In   ext<
| the vicinity of his homestead.   Joint
i ownership in land  will  not  meel
j requirement.
(3)    if the father (or mother,
father Is deceased) of a homeste_.der
nas permanent residence on  fai     ag
land  owned  solely   by   him,   not   less
j than  eighty  (80)   acres  in  extent,  in
YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
HELP
Phone  146.
Tenders Wanted
Sea ��� [i rs i whole am! separate]
marked "' ��� nders for Bridge" will be
  received     .   the undersigned up to l
On Mondaj  before His Honor Judge p.m.  of  November Tth. 1908, for  the
following   applications following:
���   made: ���    1.    To supply    the    material    aud the ��icinity of the homestead, or up*
Bartlett   vs,  Tateishlc,     Order    for .build   the substructure  of    a    bridge  on  a homestead  entered   for  by bim
ne i   ��� it made. Adam S. Johnston across the North Arm of the Prasei   In the vicinity, such homesteader
on    ehalf of  1.  P.  Hampton Bole for river at the site of the present  Lulu  perform  bis own residence duties by
the plaintiff.
island bridge in this city.
Matheson  vs. Parker:  For substitu-,    2.   To put in place and complete the
tion of service:   Order granted. Adam superstructure   of   said   bridge,    the
S. Johnston fo   the plaintiff.
Blair vs. Hemphill and Thomas W.
Hemphill: For interpleader Issue,
Order :o be consolidated, and issue to
Tie delivered within eight days, J. I_.
Kennedy for plaintiff; Mr. Ford for
cl    nam.   Mr. Buchanan for sheriff.
Page v>. Ellis: To fix day tor trial.
Monday. Nov. 30, fixed for trial. .1. K.
Grant for plaintiff,
In r< Gusi Gunderson: For Hirers
..;' administration: Order granted.
Securltj to be satisfactory to registrar.     George   E    Martin   for  plaintiff.
materials for which will he provided
by the corporation.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the-office of the City Clerk.
A marked cheque for Fifteen Hundred Dollars must accompany eacb
tender.
living with the father  (or mothc-n.
(4) Tne term "vicinity" in the two
preci ling paragraphs is defined as
meaning nut more tWm nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive nt the width
of road a.lowanoes crossed in the i
measurement.
(5) A homesteadei Intending tti -
perform his residence duties in ac- i
cordance witb the a.,ove while living '
Street Letter Boxes
ed  by himself must  notify  the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing musl
oe given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
\V.  W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interlo*
N. Li.���Unauthorized rjhilcatlon f
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
u Foll9Wlng is the complete    list   ol
eel letter boxes, together with their
on and numi   ical dee ;n ttlon:
I,ox No, Situation.
1���-Eighth -'.,<���. and Thirteenth St.
a    Eighth Ave, and Eighth St.
J���Seventh  Ave.  and  Fourth  St
4���Sixth Ave. and Third St.
Sixth A .*(    and Sixth St.
6���Sixth Ave. and Ninth St.
T���Sixth   Ave.  and  Twelfth St.
&���Sixth Ave, and Fourteenth St.
9���-Fifth Ave   and Fourteenth St.
If���Fourth Ave. and   I welt'th St.
11 ���Fourth Avenue  ana  Tenth  St.
12���Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
13���Fourth Ave. and  Fourth St.
14���Fourth  Ave. and Second St.
15���Third Ave. and Second St.
16���Queens Ave  i_ai First St.
17���Queens Ave. an! Third St.
>    Qui ens  .Ave, and Sixth St.
19��� Queens  Ave. and Tenth St.
20 Eighth  St. and Toronto Place.
21 Hanlan and Turner Sts.
.'.     _gnes and Tenth SI
\:w - a:..i  S'-vtiM,  Sts.
:;    '   i ��� nd Fourth S -
\-11 ��� and   Elliott Sts.
-���        * -    ��� I I   !'��� '.Ill   SI   .
-1   Colum   a an l  Leopold sts.
Northern  Rallwaj   station.
29 ... Elliott  SI
an I Fourth SI
Co n Alexander Sts,
and Tenth S
!���   R   Station, Fronl   Si
iii I. nzie  3
!. tton Square,
"'    i-i., n SI . Schaake Building,
and Keary Sts,
3*    ri,}".' Kean- Sts.
C    .;. Distillery Road.
i"   Eighth Ave   and  Richmond  St.
mon .    a I  Kearj   sts.
12   < and Alberta sts,
43-*Junctlon Columbia and Front Sts.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
V. ���* 1 iRSE,    DAWSON   and
N -' Daily train.; (except
Sunday I carri ng pass ngei , mail,
expres! si I fn ig.1 I conned vith
���   ,      . ��� i   ��� nd White Horie
i .     -.-   nt( r  'rrvicr
..   tpi ly  to
NEW   WESTMINSTER.    B.    C.
The lowest or any tender not neces-1 w,tD parents or on farming land own*
sarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, Oct. 13,
1908.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
|     Family  trade  a  specialty.
Irel- 113 offlce eight ���feet Synopsis ui  lanauian   Humestead
Regulations.
Aty available Dominions ian Is witn
in the railway belt in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a family, or
any male over IS years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of lot)
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud office for the district in
whicb the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, motner,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an j
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is req'iii*. d to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans:
(li At least six monies' residence
upon aud cultivation of the land in
each  year  for three  years,
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader  resides upon  a  farm in    the
VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT, 1908.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
Every assignment of the right of a
South African Voluteer entitled to a
land grant must be by way of appointment of a substitute aud must be
in the form provided by the Act.
Special attention is called to Subsection 3 of Section o of the Volunteer
Bounty Act, 1908, which provides that
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized
i by the Department of the Interior
which  is not executed and dated after
the  date  of  the  warrant  for the land |vicinity   'Jf  ""-' land   entered   for.   thl
grant issued       the Minister of Militia wauIrementa as t0 lv*si'!"'"  may be
md Defence In favor of the vol inteer, 8atisn*-;d I     such person r,r nng wit,
J. W. GREENWAY,
-'Sill
' 'oramissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa,
���ptembta"'   1908,
Lo
wer Fraser
Rl
ver
Freight ana Pass-
bervice per
bb.     Favorite
enoer
'i.'i.Tlc   Mi
Carrying treighl ami passengers to
all points between New Westminster
and  Westham   Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf daily
ai 2 p.m.; additional trip on Mondaj ,
leaving at 5 a.m.
Returning leave Westham Island T
a.m, daily, excepi Fridays al 0 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturday , leaving
ftl   .    in    calling bi   Steveston  a *
liuliii onv nt oh i
��� nvn: i ISE      ** ft
���  LN
T H r.      V A  I L Y      .-��� E w ���*
the father or mother.
(3) !f the settler bas I , ��� rman-
ent residence upon farm i . ad owned by him in the vicin homestead, the requiremi a ;0 residence may be satisfied bj r< sidence
upon the said land.
Six months' notici [Ug should
he given to thi Comn      om    ol Dom
Inion Lands al Otta.  . of inti ntiou to
apply for patent,
COAL.-  Coa] mln , may be
leased for a period of twen ,,. yi a s
at an annual rental of $] .,��� -r e
Not    more    than 2500 ai .,,,"    be
leased to one indivl I , il or company.
A royally al he rate of five i enl per
ton shall he collected n the merchantable coal mined,
W.  VV. CORY,
Deputy of the Mm - ,  [nt.arlor
Telephone  r--:
P. O.  Box 665
ng  Yuen Co.
LADIES'   AND   GENT?
Suits m   I
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AILORS
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Day after da)-, and  week after week,  tell tl
people what you want them  to know,    li
the public in your business by compelling
to read your ads.    Make them watch your r
space in this newspaper every morning.
System Spells Success
Advertising in "any old way" is a thing i
past.   Select your medium with  the sun."
that you select your salespeople.   Stick to thi
best.
THE MORNING DAILY
is unequalled as a'means of bringing your wares
to public notice.
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING NEVER FAILS.
providing you have the goods.
See Our
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influence their daily wants.   Use it -*,v*
your share of business.
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The     ton ki epi,    yawn. reti hi d
mc . if, half opi m d hi   ��� ���--'   and thi n
m , d iand tone Bald,    Ain'I   the13
nobody    In    Bladi ni
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Fasterkrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel       $6.50   "     "
Terminal $5.50   "     "
McQUARRIE &C0.
FRO
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
NT STREET. Ne//   Westminster. Telephone 333.
\, C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutctcturer* and Deater* m All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
IKoyal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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COMPANY,  Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
BUTCHERS i
COLUMBIA
STREET
Pkone 101
Phone 101
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Bank of Montreal
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COLLARS
: In All Shapes :
In the Castle Brand
W. G. and R.'s
Best Grade Goods
20c, or 3 for 50c
Formerly sold for 25c
each
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia  Street
ACCOUNTANT AND  AUDITOR
Notary   Public Conveyancer
Brine  Block
CHURCH OF HOLY PETROLEUM
Room   10.
New  We.tminster
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
P.O.Box 795   Attorney Who    ProMcuted    Standard
         Oil   Is Annoyed   Because   Reiig.ous
Sect   Accepted   Oily   Gift.
I,
.Vv,   York. Nov, :;       'J ie
church has laid  It ell       -u to    ��� lng
' called the chun h ol I  >l ���  Petroleum."
Thus   Frank S.   Monette,   who   was
On  Sunday,  Nov, [Tain    tor  appointed a Bpecial attorney  by  Pre-
rn points wil] leave New West-  sldenl   Rooseveli   tor  ���'.���    rosecution
minster at 8:20. of the  Standard Oil  conipany,  began
Train tor Seattle will leave at is:20. an address tu the Methodlsi preachers
Train   tor  the  East   and  Kootenay al     their    Mondaj     meet! Mr.
points    will    leave    Westminster    at  Monetti   Is u trustee ol the Methodist
15:20. Wosteyan university In Ohio and is In
Train iruiii the Easl  will .arrive at   this city on business   tonnected with
12:25. : that Institution.
Train from  the easl   will arrive at      He referred to the -':    rei slved by
23:00 the  Methodist    church    in    Western
Train   from   Seafi,.   will  arrive  al   Pennsylvania of exten lv..   oil   fields
L8:45 ipposedly Standard Oil sources.
  i He added:   "As a  Methodlsi   son,    1
For further particulars and reservu-  mu.t protest against   receiving stolen
goods wiiich have held prices to the
consumers at over 300 per tent,
above normal cosi I proi ��� it against
receiving these goods profl      I in the
t'ons apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, N'ew Westminster
or to C. li. FOSTER
Asst.. Gfnl.  Pa..:..   \gt.   Vancouver.
name of .sanctity bul   ��� �������� ring of   International kleptomania."
..........
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HEATING STOVES
It' you want a heater for soft or hard coal or wood we have them.
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks, handsome In appearance and all with
heavy nie! '��� ' t: iinmini: ���.    A'.-" large range of airtight hei I irs
Do not forget to call In and inspect our Oxford ani Lorain
Ranges   the * inges that    :���    real genuine satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
irs*
Oil
GILLEY
GOING UP
ill u\ er to-a u you will sei ��ulld-
ngs In which our mate- la! - a e
ng used. Come back years
fr in now and they will be still
standing, solid and safe as the
���lay the> were built. If you want
i building that will last with
little attention and few repairs,
get our building materials. They
are the cheapest in the beginning as well as in the end
BROS.
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ESTABLISHED m7.
CAPITAL ��14,4C0,000.00
RESERVE             $11,000,000.00
hei throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  In  London,  England
N' *'  Ve;,   Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen*
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,r* <���' Credit issued, available wit I. correspondents In all Darts of the
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Total
1168,000.000.00.
per
Can
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' allowed at ;{ per cert,  per annum (present rate)  added
' times a year.
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Are  you earning $25.00 per  wed;?
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But man>  qualified men nre paid much more.
Wannamaker, of Philadelphia, paya  his  advertising    manager  $25,000
y AV   and In a recent Interview said he was cheap at the price.
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ietter being used,    but,  instead,  the  work of every student ls looked over
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guppiies practical ad-work tor the student,  showing    lay-outs,    copy,  etc
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Write tor further particulars.
The  Sword  School  of   Advertising
128 Fifth Ave. We3t, Vancouver. B. C.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New West-1
minster post office, the ho ir given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received daily i xcept Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the C. P. R. south
and C. P. R, east malls, not including
the way mails, Sapperton. Frasei
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails  Despatched.
0:00 a. m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous nighti���Vancouver via
G. X. R. "Owl."
6:30 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) Victoria, via B. C, Electric
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all O.
S. points east and south, and points
between N'ew Westminster and Huntingdon, B.C., via C. P. R. south; also
C. P. R, east, Sapperton, and Fraser
Mills.
8:30 a m Blaine an I **- attle, including all U. ri. polnl i tast and south;
also all points between New Westminster and   Blaine,  via G. N.  it.
Note.���Cloverdale and district (Clover Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hazelmere, Port Kells, Hall's Prairie aud
Nicomekl despatched daily except Sunday; Clayton. Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
and Hon Accord, Wednestday and Saturday. These mails are all received
same days as despatched.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver. Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim*
berland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam,  by courier.
2:30 p.m���l.adner, Port Guichon,
Westham I land and Sunbury, daily
except Sunday; Woodward. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via steamer
Favourite, Capt. J. C. Bruce. (Steves-
ion mail despatched and received via
Vancouver.)
Vancouver and Piper Siding, via G.
\. It. north.
4:00���Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday
an extra mail is despatched to Victoria via Vancouver r.t this hour.
Blaim and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via G. N. it.
"Flyer."
4:45 p.m.���C. P, R" east, Sapperton,
Fraser Mills and Coquitlam
Nme,���The two 6:30 a.m. C. I'. R.
mails, sou* and east, take mail for
all points from New Westminster
east (Including Langley and district
via Port Haney.) The 4:45 p.m. C. P.
R.
Hold-up Man Captured.
San Francisco, Nov, 3.���A. few minutes after Edward Fitzgerald bad
helped two other men hold up an
Ocean Beach stret car and rob the
conductor and motorman, a mounted
policeman arrested him with the conductor's belt and money in his pocket.
The hold-up netted only $6, and hap-
pend this morning.
Well Known Editor Dies.
Toronto, Nov. 3.���Rev. Malcolm McGregor, editor of the Presbyterian,
and also on the editorial staff of Westminister, died this morning after a
lingering illness, death being hastened by an attack of pneumonia. He
was born in Glasgow, Scotland, In
1862.
JUNIOR   FOOTBALL.
.Nov.  7���West  En i  and  Central.
Nov. 7���High school B and Sapperton.
Nov.   14 ��� Sapperton     an!     nigh
school A.
Nov.  21���High school  B and  West
End.
Nov. 21���Central and Sapperton.
Nov.  28���-Central and St.  Louis.
Nov. 2S���Centra.', and High school B.
Dec.  5���High   school   A    and   High
school B.
Dec. 5���St. Louis an l Wi Bt End.
Dec.  12���St.  Louis and Sapperton.
Dec.    19 ��� Vest   End    and   High
school  A.
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 Tim�� Tables, etc.. adtlress
GEO. W. VAliX.
Assistant Gen'1 Passenger and Ticket
A?ent, LV) Adams t-t.. Chicago, III.
"The Milwaukee"
���The   Pionc;r  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in  the  world  that  equal  in
eiiuipm.r.t that of the  Chicago,  Mil-
despatch  omits  all Lower  Fraser   waukee  &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
points east of Coquitlam except  Pitt Own and operate their own sleeping
And iMnini' t:T8 on alll their trains and
<ive i i _, trons an excellence of
*ervi_.    i      , btainable elsewhere.
Meadows. Fort Haney, Port Hammond,
Webster's Corners, Mission City
Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs.
Mails for Port Moody and Barnet goes
both via Vancouver and C. P. R. mails.
U Third M.
ROWE, General Agent.
cor AlfTfr   t}Ci*tU^.ii. Or.
IMHWE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FRO.M ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Empress of Britain, Oct. !!0.
Empress  of Ireland,   Nov.   13.
r i i   other  dates  and   particulars,
apply   to
ED.  GOULET.
C P. R. Agent
60   YEARS'
expe^ii-znce
Trade MURKS
DG3ICN3
Copyrights Ac.
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���ant (ren. OldUt Manor for wvurliiif luitontii.
V.itoiiti. taken through Munn & Co. xecaxva
tftcuii notte*, without cli.irue. In tho
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T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New W**stn.irister.
fr ->ja,      N a^W. ���,., Ls/'
HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE
BY FLOODS IN FORMOSA
Rivers    Overflow    Their    Banks    a
Forty Smal IVessels Wrecked or
Washed  Away.
iti^fe'f'j;:.      ladies' Hair Dressing
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Specialty
Corner cf Sixth and Columbia,
FO. Box 755.      Opp. Royal City Mills.
ROYAL  OTY
WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
Store, Offii ������ and House Window?
Cleaned.
an toi s Worl. Contracted for by tin
Week or Month.
Satisfacfh -i Guarantee I,
GEO. COX  & CO.
or. Columbia and Carnarvon Sis.
New Westminster.  B.C.
GET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE CF AT  THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and   blackie  Street.
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Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
I'rices right.
Uni.';.' first class.
Victoria, Nov. 3.���N6Ws v,;i< bro        I
by the steamship Antilochus of hi
daniagi sui I -'���   ' :<1~s of lit ��� b)
in Form  >a,   All the    rivers   In
nelghborhi od        K ��� lung, Giran
Tanko overflovi ed, forty   junks
wrecked i r n a ��� hed away, and a la
number ol IIvi s wi re lost.
CAVING OF KIVER BANKS
CAUSE WAREHOUSES TO FALL
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Pine Bluff, Ark., Nov, .'!.- Two la
brick cotton wari houses tumbled into
tlu.- Arkansas river yesterday, follow
Ing tlir continuous  caving  in  ol
banks of the Arkansas river,
The Hotel Jefferson and the Jeff i
son countj  courthouse are in dam
of1 falling Into   the   river   within  i
next 48   hours,    Tho   river  contlnti
to ,'in  it-  way Into the hear!  i I
business   dlsi rlci.   and   thousands    ��� '
".".���:' ol   propertj  are In It
miiieiit danger.
Sevi ral smal] col tagi s   h&\ e
1 carried   down si n am, iand    ti    lai -������
: plantation  i m   t he north of the rivet'
Is  gradually  disappearing,
FINISHED   BIG   DAM
NEAR  SUMMERLAND
THURSDAY,  NOV. 5
Summerland, B. C,    Nov. 3.���Mark
'  D. Manchester, engineer for the Summerland   Development  company,    and
i'.lis gang of ten men who have spent
| the past  month or six weeks at    th"
��� headquarters of Troui  creek erecting
a dam to Increase  the water supplj
for Irrigation  purposes,  has  returned
I to Summerland. The work accomplished consisted of a dam    183    feet    in
length And nine feet hiKh. being erected at the headwaters, and will Insure
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poses  next  season.    The cold  weather
Leading Melodrama .,.���.,,
a at   that  altitude    prevented     further
nnihlTIII/^    t of the Day I work being done this fall, hm lt ls the
r   If I l\f   I   I fill 1     ? Superb Scen.c Production I intention of the company  to improve
1 Iiii* I Im\1 4* the system s,il! further uuri*-s ""'
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Too Proud to Beg
A PLAY
COUNTY   COURT  CHAMBERS.
OURIWOHH SATISFIES
OIK PRICES ARE RIGHT
THAT'S   OUR
EC SI NESS
The case o? Cook va I'mil, and I.i
Every   order   placed   with    4- With -* Rush. Runs Along With Spirit could not be continued in the country
us   means   a   satisfied  cus-    -t **nd Ends Just Right. court yesterday before his honor Judge
tomer, f    .,Th(,  ir,m���,���   D.!_-_,,_*_^��  *-h;Mr���� ������    Howay, owing to the Illness of one of
t !)������   v, itness, -.
KosoyuBU vs. SulHcan-Hylandi Lum*
Prices $1.00, mc, 50c ami 2oc.
0��� . i      .   ���    in      _,    j      i ber  company.    In this   action    .1.   It.
^.      Seats   on   stile  at   Ryall s     Monday,
Rntoe nn mnvii _.r  i<_a      ?   *.*   ���   u     ,,   , Grant, acting for tli    plaintiff, asked
naies on  .���, i ..-. oi an;   aes-    ��}���  November lind.
cription   or quantity   quoted    4* for the case to be discontinued,   .1. D
,.;, application. 4* _r Kennedy, for the defendent, consented
 . f J. Newsome&Sons\i,r"vUUnK"" C08ts were pald "" ���"
X the  present,  and  Bhould   they  go on,
Painters and Decorators      Ut Bhould be a condition precedent to
Koini,r on.
f'.-timates on All Work Given
Jackson & Morrison j
Daily News Block. T
���|-      New Westminster. Phone 388    it  399 Sixth Avenue
���l-l-l-I'I-I-I-H" ���H"M"1"M-*h4
You Can Stand Behind
roperty that has value to back It up like
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS
now being offered by as. In blocks from one acre upwards.
ITS SITUATION
���    terly end of Lulu   Island,   neajesi   New   Wesmlnster
id  within the city limits; al]  facilities.    It ta growing,    shingle
ictory, ship yards, cannery, genera! 3tore and post office,
SOIL   AND   SITUATION   UNEXCELLED.
Call foi Maps,
Bight of the ten  men  schedule,l to
New Westminster ���lx,wl in  MacKenzle's  and Gilchrist's
teams in the house league yesterday
evening defaulted, the missing includ-
Ing the two captains.   Murchle, as the
lone representative of Gilchrist's team,'
rolled against Burnett, of MacKenzle's|
flve, the latter winning  by    '.'I    pins.
The scores were:    Murchle,  12., 128.
154, total   106, average   135;   Burnett
ni_!. 134, i'ii), total 500, average, 166.
The receni storms have done   con-1
siderable    damage    to    the     everal J
scows   moored   in   the   river,  one    of
thos,,  to  suffer  being    Gille.i    Bros.'
scow off the G, X   K   wharf on which ;
there wa    ,i derrick loading   iteel foi
tjii' Canoe  pass   n Idge  from    a  car..
This  sunk  on Sunday,  but  ]i,     ,,, a
refloated.   K. J, i-',u|,c also hud a   ��� "w
lubmergeil In the <loqiiitlam ri       im;
noi  nine. , ,. was d oni
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W e e
Telephones   SH - I Of.
Actress   Commits Sui    I
Alami da,   I Ial.,   \'<>.. : i,,,.
Hi amer, an actn .  ,,,
ivi -it ;       i ,   '       In !'��� -. nj
died yei ������    I ty in ^ ,
meda  from tli > ffi ft., , ,.,
���* ���"���.      ���*> *��� _____ - *>     woman  committi I su . |,.
:i love tiff air,
ectric Eamiay Service*
���
4 lnterurban   Line,
��� Crs   for  Vancouver  and    war
��� stations will run every half-
��� hour   from   .r':,ri(i a. in.    Last
��� car leaves at ll p. m.
ol
Favor    E.ipti_t    Union.
Ottawa, Nov, ;*,,    \,
(Lasl
Iv. Vancouver ll:30.)
��� ' .i.s   feavi   the depot    every
��� "��������� ;���':���*  ���       *��� *   for  both  Sai -
***���   perton ai ���   ts over the
Itj tli
City  Line:    Cars leave tram ���
office on the hour, twenty mln- *
utes after and forty minutes af. | lo1 0ntarl�� ;|" ' ,''"ll"<' Bnpi   ���
ter, commencing at 6:20 ft   m. ������������   l ""' con,mittl "   lhl   i stlon  of n
' | : Dominion  union  broughl  i��� a  resolu*
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave i i'1'""  '0 the effeel  thai     ...   affirm our
at ten minutes after the hour, ��� sympathy with the principh ol ,, |jan
half past an.l fifty mtautes after ��� tist union ot Canada   ol              ,,,.,..
the  hour,  commencing at  6:30* |'"' liracticable."
a. ru.      --
A  number ol   W,    mln   ��� .;.,���
Sunday Service   hair-iionriy bd- * Slaters weni over to \
twee:, 8.30 a tt.  nnd ll p.m. evenln ,,
t British Columbia fztectrlc Ry. Co., I, '
tii   ���   m   ���'.��<���.<.������,���   i,   *   o   ��   o   ��   �����**<.��,<,   fr   o   # ^
I
ficatliin
;
'^>ffi%-''--*-nBX&daii2SRi^
CHILDREN'S   SERGE
JU1 /j
$2.50 to $6.50 Each
������. uihi    ���.       ������   ���nn,ui ,,r th Be ���-' irviceable suii ,   1 h,,
���   of English Estamine and Inlshed  serve--   In
s.    The perfect and high clas     work    whicli    is py<   ���    .
suits mills .'ni! ij to their wearing qualities;  no
earns pulling ap iri in these   stiiti     skirl    are  ful
Ined throughoti!  and   attach d    o     ^'ii*;t     lining.     **
ti  .! ,   Bep ir,:;.   I. skirts,  neatly  trimmed  In  man;
ces   with  f.uii.i   yob ��� and ornaments on Bleeves,    S i I
Immed with white and cardinal braids of various wid
P    ���     according to size.   $2.50  :" $4.75, $3.00 to $5.75   $4.0i
i; sizes for two years to fifteen years.
f
*$&
Sm*m
������::���   '   .
n .1
um
��'
The Best Kinds
of���	
Boys' Hosiery
That mi m the kind of hosiery that will wear; the kind
thai is made to appear r.eat at the same time, We Bell thi besi
Canadian woo! hose mad,', aa well as several English maki ol
worsted hose.
Boys' Heavy Wool Ribbed Hose
35c per pair
A special hose for boys, heavy in weight, In all Bizes from
6V4 to 10 Inches; per pair U5c;  three pair for   $1.00
A Special Ribbed Hose
50c per pair
Double knees, spliced   heels  and  toe . and yarn    is twisted
line ami hard;  a good Wearing hose;  all bIzi -.  per pair  ..50c
OUR BEST BOYS' HOSE
60c and 65c pair
Two lines, one ,i sofi wool hose, the other a firm spun wo
both lines are the best at the price thai yo i oon buy.   We have
>o!,i the same lines for ,v ars   ani  can   recommend   them   with
even   confidence.
NEW
Comforter
COVERINGS
Thii  is the Si isi t. i   these
coverings are in di man    '..;.. n in
search of materia::- fo        ting let
us show you the man; ni ���  .'
we have jus; a I led esi
this pun ose.
Palslej  patterns, Pais ���    -��� .
fancj  Moral designs   and     '    ���
per  yard  . . . .2Cc, 25c. 30c and _:.:
Satin Finished
COVERINGS
50c and 65c
PER YARD
Ml ti i lals    in    whh li    thi
patterns tire woven in
ner a    lo i ause you to
ire l hat  thoj  ari   i   i
���   ���        , . ��� ���   ���
comforti    i overlni ���
A Complete Assortment of
AT ^PSiffi
TH&zJ)*f9m
mi ��� -
LACE
TRIMMINGS
m
The new laces hav,. arrived and you will be sure   ���
pleased with them.    Trimmings on a dress add to Its
pearam nly when the  trimmings  are nice  In  then
Wi  are now Bhowlng the  nlcesi   selection   of   laces   ������
shown in Xew Westminster.   See our large show win.low
some of the newest d< Blgns of
Fine English and German Valenciennes, Filel Valenciennes, Malteae,  Leaf,  Mnen and  Imitation i-
���*���"%
k.
Torchon, Rooting Laces, Beadlngs, Filet Oriental Insertions and I.aci-. Fine Guipure, Ecru Torchon I
sertions and Lace, Two-Ton,, insertions and Silk Laces and I user; ion.-. In nearly all cases wi sin
laces and insertions to match. New patterns in every style of la,-, mentioned. '��� ��� to ��� them wh*
you i'(*c|iiire lace foi any purpose.
One   Hundred  Dress Goods
REMNANTS
At Big Reductions
���lust thai numbei  on the centre table,    These ends  represt-n    lhe      ���
son'.-   besl sellers,    Full pieces have been   sold   irom,   until   va     lengtl
from i'i to ii yards remain.   Vou can now   picli  up  man      no      In
_���, o     , mn mi    and ai    ubatantlnl reductions.
w*8S
���m y L
* ~ ��� $~j�� '���
REMEMBER
the sale o| All Wool 54 inch Dies.  Suitings;  regular $1.25 and $1.50 vnlues ai
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