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 jtt, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
W WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME
NUMBER 262.
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
'  260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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PER  WEEK.
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ATTENDS
MINOR MATTERS
EARTHQUAKE   COMPLETELY
DESTROYED   KARATAGH
Inimportant--Pound
Amendment Read
'First Time.
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Mai
ari
i iBtfOdllCt ieen    e.|    ail    11 111' 'till 111" 'IT
asks   Poll l   !    !...  law.   I lee     iiceipt    ul'
'tapOI't.-     Illllll     II     ceillplu     lit'     lil"
land the   reading ol   com-
la  comprise I   the   business
frilty I'uuiH-i: i ��� i < -. ��� - ii i ii -���.
punlcatlon  from J. A.  I..
Ike w< 11 I.ikiwii sleid bridge
{.applying fui tlie privilege uf
il'ifor   th>'  const ruction  of rii '
Lulu  leland    bridge,    waa
lifi.-Blc   in:   reference, and  tii"
 Jnstructe l to acknowled
ninstgl	
rTJl|tojn'ii(U'Il!    Shingle  Co.,   Ltd
_ff a  refund  of a portion  ot
"lir''tiufcS   in     accordance   wiih   lhe
s^ur|&afttturers'   Exemption   art.     Th"
^^nW���*��� referred to the finance com-
its tor a report.
. nn  r. S. Young,  secretin y  of  the  irim-
UUU.I'im Electrical association, Toronto,
ded   a circular   letter,    setting
I the desirability of    having tho
le Light   Inspection act  amen 1-
by the   Dominion   government    1 i
 ����� lower inspection charge:-.
WU  fOlui'-l   nut    'lia:   the'   revenue'
4B the tC  pe i-tiuii   eef  -;ii.   ami   ule
8 Brttdh.i e  got  lee ie quite an Item
-.4   t-Sfl-Hlb'      .MIV.I IlIlK-Ilt     (-('ill  1     We 11
"4 K^Jcrunse the rate. The coun-
id to enlist the support of
ember of parliament tow-
g the adoption ot an am-
Ich will he laid before the
e next session On motion
'erred to tlie electric
Ittee, with power to act.
iu tie' council's reminder
inpany had promised to illl
i   Btreel  near    where    h".;
Ine crosses the  Brunette
.eral Manager Woods, of the
V. railway, wrote that the
receiving attention anl
would he filled In the near
ie letter was filed, and th?
fcrorhs was Instructed to see
kt QliS worl; ri unde-rtal;en at lhe
dlSStpoasi daf'.
Ha reply tu the written request of
ll City council that the government
106 aa electric ligiit at the approach
'tbe Praser river bridge in this city,
iebflc Wetrks Engineer Gamble wrote
tt at fhe direction of the chief com-
ssioner he would look into the mat-
r on the occasion of his next visit
|thiscity. The letter was referred
Wltll ithe electric light committee.
1<(. fr. W. Harrison applied for permis-
J-B to use powder for the removal of
iimps (rom property near the corner
1 Second and Regina streets. The
lark Was  instructed    to     notify   Mr.
more dead in these villages, but  ti
vestlgatlon   Is only  now determlnlni
the  approximate number."
LABOR CANDIDATE EOR
DOMINION ELECTION
St. Petersburg, Nov. Ll.���Tne flrst
direct reports from the scene of the
gnat earthquake al Karatagh, Russian Turkestan, ahout three weeks
ago,  reached   this  city  Saturday  from
a correspondent who accompanied th>3
relief expedition sent from Samarkand, Telegraphing under date of November 9, this correspondent says:
"The town of Karatagh was completely destroyed. The victims number ahout four thousand in Karatagh
and aboul ten thousand in the adjoining districl of Denausk, All the villages In the vicinity were wrecked. It
is   proiiahle   that   there   are   hundreds ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
n. | lor will   represent   the   Tories,   the
Triangular   Contest   Likely
Next Year���W. W.  Forrester May Run.
There Is a possibility that the
forthcoming Dominion election will
see- ,i three cornered fight in the New
Westminster district, with Liberal,
Conserva live and Labor candidates in
the field for public honors.   J, D. Tay-
The enterprising Liberals of Rose
dale, in the Chiiliwack riding, hav
completed the organization of Hi1'
Rosedale Liberal association, with a
number of prominenl citizens as officers, The following names are thoso
of the officers who have heen chosen
to guide tho destinies of the association: C. W. Munro. M.L.A., Hon. president; J. Mercer, president; Alex.
Thompson, vice-president; George
Smith, secretary; and Ii. Mercer. .1.
Henderson, William Muirhead und Noble Ryder, comprise the executive,
STRANDED TRADERS^
RESCUED EROM RIEFLE
Liberal nominee is to be selected at
the convention to be held on Monday
of next week, while the Labor champion, if present Indications are to he
relied upon, will be W, W. Forrester,
building contractor and cx-alelernian
ul the citj of New Westminster.
Mr. Forrester has heen taking an
active interest in labor matters lately
and has for the past few days been
discussing matters pert.aining to politics with the recognized leaders of
the labor elemenl In the city. With
the Bupporl of organized labor, uno--
ganlzed labor, a section of the Exclus-
NEW ZION COLONY IS
PLANNED FOR LAS VEGAS
Chicago, Nov. ll,��� Wilbur Qlenn
Voliva, the self-appointed leader of
Zion. who has been deposed by his
people and the federal court, will lead
those who followed him out of Zion lo
Las Vegas, N. M., where his agents
hav" closed a contract for 7,000 acres.
As rapidly as they can dispose of their
propertj here the Volivang will depart
for the Southwest, lt is hoped to settle 2,000 families there within two
years and begin a model city-
The tract contains marble, iron,copper, zinc, lime, lumber and clay in
large   quantities.      The   full   extenl   if
the wealth of the tracl is not  known.
Primarily the colon., will devote Itself]
to agriculture, bul ll is the intention
to build up a new Zion nn there will
GOLD EEVER RAMPANT
AT SEDGEWICK, ALTA.
WEST   END   LACRU..   '        f JB
WILL   MEET   WEDNESDAY
The members of the West End Lacrosse club will meet Wednesday eve-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^inlng in No. I fireball for the purpose
Of   winding up  the   business    of the
Important Discoveries Have f)ast SKlM"'' liml -,u" l0 receive ore
medals   presented   by    .lames   Leamy
Been   Made  Recently   in and Robert jardine, and won by the
Iron Creek Vallev West Bndera last summer.   The finan
"' ( clal situation of the club will also W
, discussed at leugth, and plans wTll be
made for next year's lacrosse season.
The shiehl presented by H. Dorer for
I the winners of tbe intermediate series
will be on exhibition, but will not be
formally handed over to the club, as
It has to be won three times Tn succession before becoming tbe absolute
property of the winners.
Sedgewlck, Alta., Nov. 11.��� There
have, from time to time, been reports
of rich deposits of gold in the Iron
Creek valley, and, no doubt, to very
many, these reports were incredible
However, the sceptics have been silenced by the Important discoveries and
developments of the past month. An
old time prospector has been working
be-   employment,   of   diversified  nature |OU lla, cret_.kp aml blfl flnfo llave been
tor all.   Twemy families will start for Lf Bucjj vaiue that he has ordered ma-
the new home at once.   Voliva intends | chinery for handling tbe sand in lar-
Lo establish factories,stores and newspapers,  anel    the city  is    to   be self-
governing.
Suspected   Spies  Arrested.
Toulon,  France,  Nov.  11.���Five
of
R. G. McPherson, M. P. for Vancouver, Is confined in the Vancouver
hospital with nervous prostration,
brought on by over-work. Mr. Mc-
Pherson   was formerly  a  druggist   in
 this city, and has many friends here
lon League of the city, and the usual j who regret the poor condition of his
Japanese and White Companion Escape Death Off
Twelve-mile.
wi
iv;.':
am
Dawson, Nov. 11,���Wada,   the   indomitable Japanese, and (Jeorge Sut.i-
erland, the Chandelar trader, who lett
here in the heavy ice a week ago Monday, were shipwrecked on a riffle in a ,
.-hallow     course     two     miles     below'
Twelve-Mile, and barely eeeaped with
their lives.   The men were rescued after spending two days and one night
on their stranded scow, with the heavy e
river Ice    swirling  past    them    and
threatening at any moment to sweep]
them beneath the merciless tide.
Colin lnkster and four Moosehide
in liana were the rescuers. They put
uui from Twelve-Mile in a small boat,
'.riiili the Ice was running thick. It
was night, making the undertaking
doubly difficult. The rescuers toon
greai chances, bul managed their
��� ���ran cleverly and transferred the two
stranded men to the mainland without
i ni is hup.
election floators, Mr. Forrester .believes that be would have a strong
'hough following to warrant bis entering Into the political arena.
The labor men of this city, although
numerically strong, are not sufficiently represented on the voters' list to
assure them any chance of success nt
the poll without the support of one cr
the other of the two jjolitieal parties,
this being evidenced by the showing
made by J. s. Rainey at the last election while running ou the straight
lobor ticket- A large number of the
labor men. although qualified to vote,
have neglected to register, and for
this reason will be unable to marl;
Ihe all important cross on the ballots
when election  day  comes around.
health and  hope
covery.
for    his  speedy  re-
! ger  quantities  than  is  possible  with
i the old style grizzly.
li was only during the past week
that news of the value of his discov-
ery leaked out, and the ru-h to stake
claims on the creek has started lit
good earnest. The land bearing deposits extend for a distance of four
miles, and this strip is being rapidly
staked off as placer claims.
At present there is concerted effort
being made to locate the head of the
supply, and it fs expected that very
interesting disclosures will follow.
FELL   FIFTY   FEET.
MORMON ELDER DENIES
PLURAL MARRIAGES
Missionary Gives Lie Direct
to Rev. Webb's Statement
---"We Obey the Law."
the ringleaders of what would appear
to be a most important association of
international spies were arrested here
yesterday by special detectives.   The
authorities got a mass of papeers and
a cursory examination of these docil-
j ments  leads to    the  belief that the
��� gang  for a long time  past has beeei
| carrying on an extensive traffic in mil-
! itary and naval seecrets.   The local of-
I ficials consider the arrests so impo--
tant   that  they   have    communicated
with  Premier Clemenceau.
'-     earrlson th;
 Iat   permission   rouhl   not
! .granted.
[AW. Smith poitiii l "in nun certain
���irsone. had u-'ri powder in blasting
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plied thai  the i- rsons
,umps durin.
��� '   [Id. Hettley r
���eatlfluad hiu
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ects_______________________
IisponstbiUty
'^images whi'
;,���:, ;ct��34.:
. Caroline }i
Jiat owing te
1 done so on their own
md were liable for anv
h  they  migln   have of-
Orchestral Concert Tonigiit.
Much interest is lieiug shown in the
choral and orchestral concert whleb
.viil be given this evening lu St. Andrew's church by a chorus of fifty,
and sev< ral well known local and Vancouver soloists. The orchestra Will
���Olislsl Of fourteen pieces. Prominent
features of the program will be Gounod's cantata "Gallia" and Dvorak's
"Stflbal Mater." A large number of
;ick. ts have already been disposed of.
the price charged being fifty cents.
Laborer Loses His Life From Columbia River Bridge.
Revelstoke, Nov. 11.���Ed Race, one
of the i'ii rie gang under J. Praser,
while under the influence of liquor, �� n
Tunisia;, morning fell off the footway
when crossing tbv Columbia bridge into the river below, and was drowned.
li appears thu; the unfortunate maal there are
was  on  hri   way   across  to   the   west | |jeon  one
Winnipeg, Nov. 11.���Elder F. A.
Graham, 116 Henry avenue, missionary of the Mormon church in tTie
city, denies the statement made by
the Rev. George T. Webb that mere
are as many pural marriages among
lhe Mormons in Canada as in the
United States-
In the course of an interview today
Mr. Graham sail: "In Mr. Webb's in-
terview he gave out the statement that
plural marriages are beiug entered into by Mormons. This is untrue of any
place oa th i face of the earth where
Mormons. There has not
plural marriage  celebrated
A meeting of the River Improvement committee will be held this
morning at 11 o'clock in Mayor
Keary's office, when the question ol
employing an expert to make a survey of the channel and draft an estimate of the costs of the proposed improvements, and the matter of sending a delegation to Ottawa, will be
discussed with other matters. Mayor
Keary, chairman of the committee,
will leave this afternoon for Vernon
and other interior points, where h?
will be engaged for several days with
exhibition matters.
MAYORALTY WILL
NOI BE CONTESTED
ANOTHER   PRISONER   ESCAPES.
Aid. Jardine Withdraws,
Marshall Sinclair Declines,
Leaving W. H. Keary.
nk.
t wrote to ih<' effect
Improper street drain I,
of two uf hei
hous.
n
���te baseinen
ti the meet h,i   ,,\ \ ..w.-Mib stive:
JeloW With a.'iuie. were Hooded,
JlUCh to Ute elisi-ueiiioiture of her teli-
tQtS.    8|iliasl..<l  tli.el   lie   evil  receive
J�� attaitkni of y���- bo-mi ot wm-ui.
| The board  of   werks   will  acl   ill  lb.'
(tatter.
} W. S. Doyle wrote lhat he was |>r<'-
' arlttg to ared a lesiele'iice on hi-
Ota la i��bur    ii   block   7.  ami   there'
<.���������*** ^���tt'fl permission to place liuild-
Og material on   the street.      lVrmis--
 ton was gram ei.
Under the   head   of     reports,     Aid.
���"""'fray, chairman  of  me   light   oomniil-
fb   .4 ee, reported to  the  effect   that  street
IthtS applied    I'ur     by    re.riuen's     of
/Tlpruee and Other  streets,   were being
I i Mailed.
Aid, Hanley reported that he hal
��TM����d^th the ri. IV K. to fill up
Ite hole at th.' foot of  Kiglilh  Street.
AM. Qarrett   introduced   an   aiuend-
SAt tO the Pound  Bylaw which was
A for'the first   time.    The union'-
DJ Inent Will jprovil,   for lhe extension of
'tithe pound limits to include Sappe--
*n, aad  la  proposed   in   response  t't
lite Wishes Of a  large number of Sap-
>erton VWrijtents    expressed   in  a  pri-
tton a (XKaple ef weeks ago.   The Hy-
*W Will h�� put    thiou-'h    its second
rt��fe at the next meeting.
The C00ji#|l then iidj.mrned,    >��
"   Vri'ri **"      '
Strike at Armstrong.
Armstrong, It <'.. Nov, 11, Au attempl at a reduction of wages by the
management resulted' In a walkout
by the employees of the electric light
| company the tirst of the week. So far
as the company is concerned, the mea
are still walking, aa matters have nu*
yel been adjusted, though ll is said
thai at the next meeting of the directors certain changes may be looked for
that will result in a rearrangement of
preseni conditions. Temporary employees ��re now in cuar
plant.
ettf
5
of   thi
Officials Killed In a Raid.
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 11.���Japanese
camphor factories in Formosa Siavo
been suffering from raids by boai
hunters, several Japanese officials
having been killed and their heads
carried off. Punitive expeditions were
being organized. Several camphor
factories have been suspended owing
to the raids.
To Test Japanese Munitions.
Victoria, H. C, Nov. 11.��� Sever.il
experiments with new Japanese arms
and ammunition are to be tested i't
'h\ military maneuvers on an unusually large scale, which begins on the
Itlth. near N'lkku. New batteries or
heavy artillery are tn be tested, ns
well as new telephone services for
Held communication. ��� '���-"
siete Thursday morning with about as j sinc��
much liquor as he could carry, an 1
had fallen on the track bridge. Some
men while passing belied him Up on
to ihe fuel way. when he OVtSentlV
fell down again, for he was seen by
several school children a little later.
Later a hoy employed in the Revelstoke sawmill saw what he thought:
wns a man in the act of roiling off the
edge of the footway. As no one lias
seen Race since, it must be conclude 1
tliat unden the influence of drink he
lost his balance and pitched overt!.'
rail  into the  river below.
Shrubb-Burn Match.
Winnipeg, Nov. 11.���The prospects
are thai a race may he arranged between Alfred Shrubb, and Art. Burn,
<ef Calgary, In the near future. Dura
has been making an enviable reputation (or hem...'If In the west, and a
race between him ano the champion
long dlst ince runner would be an Interesting event. Shrubb's ankle is
steadily mending and last nighl he
stated he was willing to meet Burn in
an evenl from two miles up, for R
purse.
the issue of the manifesto in
1 ������-.eu !>;. the president of the church,
Wilfrid Woouruff, prohibiting plural
marriages.
"If Mr. Webb can prove his alligation he can earn a reward of $1:1.000,
which Is offered by V. S. Peet, a real
estate man. not a .Mormon, of Salt
Lake City, Utah. The same kind of a
statement has been frequently made
in the United Slates and many efforts
have been made to get those slanderers of our church to prove their state-
ments; but so far not one1 statement
��� f tho kind lias any evidence whatever  been  presented.
���The Mormons are law abiding citizens, and if it is true that plural marriages are hein
Aid. J. Jardine has changed his
mind with regard to the mayoralty,
and will not be a candidate at lhe
coming civic election. He announced
to. the News yesterday that owing to
  the pressure of business in connection
McLeod Gets Away From Fernie Jail I ^ith the management of the Ewen es-
And  is Still  at  Large. I tate, ho would not be in a position to
Fernie, Nov. 11,���A prisoner named
Milan, N'ov. 11.���A local newspaper.
performed today th^ I known as the Organ of the Law Courts
church as a whole would like to know I bas published a sensational statement
properly attend to the duties of mayor
________________________________      J during the ensuing term    if elected,
McLeod, who was undergoing a three ( ^  fae ha() therefore decUied not  L()
seek election to the mayoralty. Ho
will, however, be a candidate for ald-
ermanic honors.
lt is reported on very good authority that Marshall Sinclair, who was
mentioned a few days ago as a candidate for the position on the anti-
Asiatic league ticket, has withdrawn,
and will stand for election to the ald-
ermanic board instead. This wil1*
leave but Mayor Keary in the fieil
and unless a dark horse springs up at
the last moment, Mayor Keary will
again be re-elected by acclamation.
ii. ii BOJ J.CasUsaiU'. certain that al!
the members of the present ^OW-]'1
will be in the field again. Aid. Hen-V
ley stated last evening that he would
be a candidate, aud Aldermen "Shiles
and Garrett, when asked whether they
would run again, replied that they
knew nothing to the contrary. All.
Smith is still indefinite, but the rest
of the members have announced their
intention of being candidates.
months sentence in the local gaol for
theft, made his escape from that institution yesterday morning and is still
at liberty, tl appears that he was sen'
by the gaoler across tbe gaol yard to
the fire hall to get a pail of water, an 1
when he did not return in time, _i
search was instituted, but he was not
discovered. He was wearing a leg
iron when he disappeared, but as a.
had been employed filing saws the
day before it is supposed he 6ecrete 1
a file on his person and would thn.--
be able to rid himself of the irons.
The police throughout the Pass hav3
been notified and his apprehension ;s
confidently expected.
SENSATION PROMISED IN
TRIAL OF AN  OFFICER
Japanese Complain of Boycott.
Victoria, H. (.'., Nov. 11.���Japanese
papers complain of a boycott againsi
lapanase goods Instituted recently at
Manila. Other advices state that t'ae
Manila authorities have been subjecting Japanese foods and patent medicines lu stringent inspection, with the
result that a large percentage Ins
been rejected.
Great Havoc Wrought by Floods.
Rome, Nov. 11.���-The rain storms
and Hoods throughout Italy continue.
Railroad tracks are being carried
away in several places and reports are
being received of the destruction of
houses and the destroying of cattle.
Several human lives also have been
lost.
Tbe application of F. J, Coulthard
for a record of 3,000 Inches of wate"
from n stream running into Pitt river, was not heard yesterday b.v Government Agent C. C. Fisher as wa",
arranged some weeks ago. The h^ar-
Ing was adjourned to December 7.
Mr. Coulthard wants the water for
power purposes. (<������ ^
it, so that the church could deal with
offenders against its own regulations
and the law of the land. If Mr. Webb
ha.; personal knowledge that plural
marriages are being performed he Is
shielding crime if he does not bring
ihe facts before the authorities, Loth
of the country and the church.
"Al the timi
the Mormon church was on trial and
i very possible efforl was put forth,
both by the Mormon church and by
the slate to fniel om if such a thing
did exist in the church, and all lh-
Inquiries made eliel not result in a single bit of evidence lhat plural marriages were being practised."
concerning the defense to he made by
Nunzio Nazi, former minister of pub-i
lie instruction, who is being tried be-
fore the senate on tne charge of falsi-.
tying documents and defrauding V.i>
state treasury. According to the paper. Nazi is ready to produce letter-,
that the late Premie r Zanardelli ask-
of the Smoot inquiry ed for funds for the purpose of subs!
BOARD OF TRADE WILL
DISCUSS IMMIGRATION
The  probability   is   Strong
The suit instituted b.v "W. Gladwin
against the G. N. R. to recover damage's for property destroyed by flr*.,
which is said to have originated from
one of tbe defendant company's locomotives, was listed for trial in the
New Westminster court house yeste;1-
day morning, but by mutual agreement, was adjourned till December 9.
The grounds of the suit is that the
railway company failed to use a proper spark arrester on their locomotives.
Mr. Gladwin Is a resident of Burnaby,
and the fire in question was started
near Piper's siding, last summer.
that Un
dizing the press.   He will produce also i immigration  question as   regards tho
I
receipts from certain pawnbrokers, al-1 Importation of Asiatics ln:o this province  will  be  a live subject uf discil'-.-
leged to have been signed by Zanardelli. ll Nazi follows the course intimated by the paper he will arouse
much indignation.
Fernanda, Ky-, Nov. 11.���As the result of a quarrel over an election bet,
William Hopkins, son of Rev. Thomas
Hopkins, and Frank Foley, of this
place, fet.irht f 'up! here today. Hopkins was instantly killed and Foley is
slightly injured.
Million Dollar lire.
Iquique, Chili, November 11.���This
port has been visited by a fire, the
biggest since 1SS2, which entailed
losses amounting to over $1,000,000.
It broke out yesterday and seven anel
a half blocks were burned over before
It was under control. The property
destroyed was mostly dwellings of tho
poor, and no less than two thousand
people are homeless today. The fire
was about one mile distant from the
commercial quarter of the city. The
nitrate stores are safe.
sion at the meeting of the oard of
trade tomorrow evening. A prominent
member of the board is preparing a
re-solution to present to the board fo.'
adoption, which will contain something in the nature of a request to
the government to restrict the immigration of Asiatics or to check it altogether.
In speaking to a News reporter yesterday, the gentleman interviewed
stated that immigration was decidedly the concern of the board, and that
it was the duty of the board to faco
the question openly.
Volcanoes Are in Eruption.
Victoria,   B. C,    Nov. 11.���Advice
have been  received    in Japan of re-1 jng service the children of the Sunday
markable   volcanic  eruptions    in  the school will attend in a body, the chil-
Next Sunday will be the twenty-
fourth anniversary of St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church in this city.
Appropriate sermons will be preached, and special music will be a feature at both services.    At the rnorn-
Kamschatkan peninsula. Mount Khu-
checskataya's flumes being visible for
50 miles, and volcanic ashes have
ben falling in a radius ot 200 miles.
tlren  meeting in the school  room fifteen minutes before tb? service. The
rector.  Rev, A.  de  D. Owen, will of-
'ficiate both morning and evening.
*r PAGE   TWO
TFTE DAILY XEWS.
TUESDAY, f,
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OGRESSI in
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Forthe   ������."���' raonc3',youcan
get twice as good ri :'��� .::t in
��___���._-*_>_
yrooress Brand"
Clothing
as any tailor can make,
Or, you can get two suits of " PROGRESS
Brand" Clothing for what one of equal
quality will cost at the tailors'.
LOOK POR THE LABEL THAT PROTECTS.
H.   L.   de BECK
tis
ALASKA FISHERIES
-.    SERIOUSLY MENACED
Condensed
Advertisements
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ONE FURNISHED BED-
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Fertilizer and Oil Companies
Declared to be Destroying-
Important Industry.
\
TAKE
The White Pass   F. CRAKE
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi   information apply to
j    ti.   ROGERS,   Traffic   Managei.
'ancouver.   B.  C.
"The Milwaukee"
"Tht Pioneer 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
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
t-u Third St.. ror Alder. Portland, Or.
Trains & Steamers!
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave Xew Westminster &:2b, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:15, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45.
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. X. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R��� PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:1.0 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 pm-
Leave Guichon G a. ni, arrive Xew
Xew Westminster 8:30 a. m.
���Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
English Watchmaker
Two  doora   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches  from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
; Watches, supplied to the Wellman
i Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason
able.
Tacoma, Nov. 11.���"Unless the governmenl takes some prompt measui -
prohibiting the use of food fish for
making fertilizer nnd oil the King salmon and hull.iir. industry of South-
��� astern Alaska will lie absolute!}'
ruined," states C. Arthur Fobs, of the
P088 Boathouse company, who returned yesterday from Pleasant hay. Alaska, where he has been since last j
spring.
���Resilient- of Southeastern Alaska
are greatly aroused over the way in
which the fertilizer companies are destroying the small herring and numerous petitions are to lie s��'nt to Wash-
Ington, I). ('.. this winter with th -
hope that the government will prohlb-
' it  tin- practice.
���It is absurd for the governm nt t 1
Upend millions of dollars In fish hatcheries when such work as is carried on
by the fertilizer companies Is permit
ted. Along the shore's of Southeastern Alaska during the past summer
several companies bave b< in catching fish for fertilizer and oil and th
astounding number taken by them ls
promising the speedy destruction ,r'
other Ashing Industries of tie'- Alasl 1
waters."
FOR  SALE���PIANO,    PRACTICAL-
:.��� w;    1 .' ..���-.    ...".lng   east;
Ad Iress  M. C.  M . New
JAPANESE   LADIES   WANT  GEN
eral housework    tor   month, or
washing clothes by the lay.   Apply t<>
B   M its 1:11111:1. P. O. li"* 296, <\ty.
WANTED-  A    YDUNG   GIRL     I   >
help with housework.     Apply
this offlci
WANTED    POSITION   AS  SALES-
lady,  or  as  nurse  tor  invalid.
\ iplj al ihis office for address.
ONK   LARGE    FRONT   ROOM   TO
reut: heati d, etc.   Third avenu -.
second    house    from    Sixth    street.
HIMER PIGEONS FOR SALE    AP
ply    P.  u.   Box 537,   Ne w  Wesi
:. ... - er.
WANTED    POSH I 'N   vs   HOTEL
Clerk. 01  Bo ikk leper;  good ex
. ace;   besl   ol   refi rences.    Appl)
-'    P. O   Box 69 :.
TWO    FURNISHED     ROOMS     TO
rent, with fireplace.    Third avenue, second house from S:xih sue.:.
: Write P, O. Hox 172
JAPANESE BOY  ATTENDING  J >A 1
.- -he 1 : wants .*    .. ������������ Ith goo I I m
....   in   re- mn   ���   ;    re   ' ���: I   boa   I
wants   time   for   su. I).      Applj   li 1 _
5 ri. city.
_���       _���. - ��*      rtrtar
ntes
ldto*-New
ffHBALL
lie-tor,
if Cour
Phone .
jKlTBSIDt
: A LIBRARY OF 125 V(ri.Uf.L��*
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY
J. I' ��i
tor of th
lian Bai
Columbl:
N��w ^
THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES^RTIN- ��
HANDSOME CASK WILL BB GIVEN BY VOTE i>. hi, 1 burriatei
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   Wri ,   m:   New \
CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OP   VOTES   I ; XHEJ
LOWING   MANNER :
street
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The merchants II '��� I    elow will give  with  each
chase one vote.
The  conti   I    1 fan  Aug,  23rd,   1907,    and  will i
1908, at 7 p, ui.
\ : allol   ��� \ i.   place I in D  8, Cuius & Co's   :
-. . \ ���        ��� . 1 p   ii t ed
nr.
Critics Eulogise Alaskan
WE ARENOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   50   per   cent-
on  a  SAFE or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C
510 Richards St., Ph ine 2125
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rate;:.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANU ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets   on   sale    to   all
European points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Tn,
Rates  to   Southern   CaliiOe-nia.
For full information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
ADVERTISEMENTS   IN
The
Daily
News
BRING   BIG   RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
The dramatic critic- of the Denvei
P is one ot the few privileg I
newspapei boys who commands sufficient salary to insist up ra signin '
his articles, and who therefore writes
In the ii: e; pi e .sun. He saw "The Alaskan" In the city he now calls hom
and of the play which come here ; -
morrow, he says in part:
1   won ler if,  because,   li!.    Loc .
var, it came "out of the West,   X ������
York   wouldn't   have   the   "Alaskan.'"
Was it trie i, con ��� i',;. 'I and han ;e .
lefon   it at rh id in the me tropolis, on
;;,!���  ground   thai   "no  good can com
out   of  Nazareth;"   that   the  counl
still called wild and woolly has no I le
rn even : he light! r to rms of art?
V, hen one think.- al the music b,
comedy anaemics that have heen waited to us from tlie pampered -Easl la-
leled "metropolitan suc< esses, w ���
marvel at the temerity which would
sneer at 'his buoyant breeze from the
land or�� the setting sun.
It Is n all) a good thing, this ' Alaskan."    ���
It has the charm of actual oovelty,
music that ni times approaches the
period of dignity, and a hook tha- ���-
written with spirit and freshness. Opulent, then, both In mirth and melody,
this unique and picturesque affair is
very decidedly  worth while.
The merry affair last night was entertaining. Both acts were the very
antithesis oi' dullness. From the opening scene before the curtain, where
a snowstorm rages, coming down on
the journeying dogs and the sledge3,
io the linal chorus in the Nome bungalow, there was not an uninteresting
moment, and the pleasure of the nlfeht
was added to by the excellent scenic
effects, th stunning stage management, the dash and  vim of the cho-
The "Alaskan" opens with a fine
picture of 11 mining camp among the
majestic hills of thi Northwest. Tii.
acl rieiis on briskly, and ends with a
lingering touc b of genuini charm. Th ���
miners find tri Ir sluice- run a failur ���.
an I leave the camp, sadly bul hopefully, for new fields As they go, rii ���
curtain falls; then, In resj on ������
cor Hal calls. || rises again.
WANTED���TO   EXI HAXGE, ONK
lot,   value  $ I < '1 da:-  1 lottag
���  re   5c   from   Vancouver),   : ir   sm ill
-"  1," on   river,  anywhere  i el ween
VV< stminster  and    Mission  Juncl lon.
I ri. Ward, Cedar Cove P. O., B. C.
rniMiiKi: i_axhs--\vk dkal kx
J- clusively in timber. Have large
and small tracts on water. If you
wish to buy or sell, Bee me. E, 1;
' ". li dler, 107 Hastings St., Vancou
-��� ���:-.  li. C.
:
:
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Al the cl ae nf the ci otesl the I. > '..i-. s t;    1
having    received   the    largesl num'..:' of votes wi
library.
Current  accounts  wl        romptl) pa 1 arc entitled 1
Re mem 1      . ites can |    ,- trading with 1.
ed below,
Ll    ary  is on exhibition at  \v   K. Pales' furniture
D, ri. Curtis will ' mni    ie votes.
JROE E.
Solicitor,
. and McK<
ntt��. B. c
HJyErTg
id Notary
1 at Ne\
�� remove
on street.
��.0. Box K
TtrESTMINSTh.lt      REALTY       EM-
���' ���'.-. ��������� enl \ '���..-��� a ipplies all
;. Is of help fr e to 1 onl r ictot    a   I
. . : iyers. Phone 366; P. O, B 1
��� ''������: 2C6 Columbl 1 street, Call an I
<ee 'i ir lisl of city lots, houses, aci e
.<��� an I : irm      We ci n suit vou.
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 MARI-
TIMB PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, XEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls, i
For TLjim�� Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'jX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket 1
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
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W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH    &    CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
(under new  management)
Lionel    Haweis,     Photographer
E.  RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods,  Gen.   Repairing
IRD OF '
Board
ri.   S.   CURTIS 4 C
���vlid  We
Drugs -utt-ly
 sday
A.   J.    BIRTCh
Dry   Gocas
West   End   C-
THE   DAILY   NEWS   POI
Daily  and   Weekly Nti
MOREY   &   1.:     >. O.
Books and  St.it .-.-fl*
 itt-.
O.   BURDETT    ,|��
Home-made    Chocori:. JBm
lections,     Ice    Cr��a
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STA
S.   H.   Thompson. Pro;
if, 1
�������������������������������������������������������� ���������->.��*,�� ��������������������������������������������������������
Pool Purchases Much Ccpper.
New York. N. Y-. Nov. U.���Th'.
Tims Bays' A pool in which the largest copp< 1 consumers of Europe are
represented was recently formed !n
London nnd has purchased 50,000 tons
of copper. The price paid la slit-duly
above the prevailing price in the market, The copper is to he delivered in
November ami December, ?!_'.��� affloUflt
involved is approximately $15,00t).000,
which is said to be paid in London on
delivery,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
DAILY  TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,   Sleeper  and
Tourist
Leaves  at  3: ir,  p,  ni.. and  maki s
conneciiem   for Kootenay   points,  also
St, P ni un 1 Chicago,    For rates nnd
partlculai a ap] ly to
KI). QOULET,
Agent, New- Westminster
or t'i E. .1. COYLE,
Assi. Cenl   Pass, Agt., Vancouver.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Ladies' Blouse
_.}->
Stylish and up-to-date, suitable for all occasi
in prices   ranging from   75c to $18.00 ei
siona
'Carrlgn;
wo
The White Housi
A. J. BIRTCH
IE OF C
pe, 80N8
Rose i
cturth W<
K. ot I
p. m., W
Vednesdaj
275 Columbia Sire*"5 and
dlally in
Bt, H.
ft
EMPRESSES
>��
Opera House Bookings
Tilly Olson       Nov
eThe Alaskan ...
. .Nov
.vi irray <t Mack
. .Nov.
Holy  City   	
.Nov.
;3,arah   Truax   . .
. ..Nov.
Why (Jills Leave
Home ....
.Dec.
lUn-cle Tom's Cat
in  	
. .Dec,
Are   Vou   Crazy.
. .'Uee.
Stronghearl   (Ra
ph   stiiiu11
..Jan.
Juvenile   Bostonlans   	
. .Jan.
���Devil's Auction
. .Jan.
Dream City  ....
. M e.-.
Buster   Hrown
12
i ;
15
20
tu
12
18
21
13
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I   J8,ooo jnjirnKss rii'-^iUTAIN )i4,5oo
; M. Po*��r \ EMPIlEc.3 OF IRELAND J     T0N��
1 i.iiijiiess ol Britain s&IIb Nuv, J-;
I Empress of Ireland sails..., i .Nov. __'
Quebec  to   Liverpool.
rim;.:ess   Ireland    , Nov.    1
Lake   rhanij.hlu    Nov,    :j
Empress Britain-    Nov, 16
Lake  Erie    Nov. 23
Trom St. John to Liverpool.
Empress Ireland    Nov. 29
Lake Manitoba    Dec.    7
Empress  Britain    Dec. IS
Christmas Mt Home.
Reduced rates now offered.
Winn  buying tickets  to and  rrom
the Old Country, book with us and get
xi ������':> ���,-: re luced rates and besl  ac-
'������ ��� aodatlon.      For  full  particulars,
'PI Iy to
ED.  QOULET,
C. P. U. Agem.
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W.  E.   PALE5
MONEY - MAKING   REGPS^
A. O. P.
life
i am the pioneer Furniture aul House  Furnishings   De
Ifti
Director and Embalmer, and i will sell you anythlngln Wiftta-ff*}'.
und will give you bettei     due ihan  ������.���: . ,-.���. mtttA to at
In ihe. city.   Try me, '��� *> Max^
Wall   Papers in   endle;..   variety.    Oilcloth from 25c ee.     . 41 RQYAl
Matting  from   15c   up.       inoleums   from 45c   up. Cm!        '   ri?.   *r^E
at w wolfi.
ers,  the  best  made, $2    i  per    set.       Cirpets.   all ee   > ������-1  Hall,   Oole
prices.    Iron  Beds,  wh   _ and tint enamels, $3.50 .in: ri-    BmUUNQ ii
ambulators and Go-Car.i of all descriptions. **���*���    "���
All kinds of Job work and repairing done on shortest nol Ice ,8 ���____'
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods at   ":-: L�� m. ~.
I have sold the block and am still doing business in the       ���    IATIO
and in the same old way. ��AMP�� 181
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Rapid
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ttntbla gtr.
w ,        .        >t 8 o'elo<
Binders ^
Can  !'" run with e ���
borse i ower <>r wlndml
"unning grinders made.
f. and
s-! iw  in, i   i-v ��� No. 17,
siztffl,     ou:   pulper    and '|lffco,ll60;
made   wll���   r6verslble Kri-'-pappertoi.
,..,,.   aii ' '���.   Court
reversing the hnnaU Brothwho<
and  ball bearings.
Bauiah Re
T. J. TRAPP   & fe
Limited
i.   nm m IM i���l ���^UtiDAV,
NOV.  12,  19G7
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
PROFESSIONAL
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f ���       riSt-BT  an I   S->lie ,u.r.     < ham -
\sm   Canadian    B-mh   ,,!    ' '��� 'tmn.-.. ������
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rstminster, It. C
^A* licitor, < ie
^naaite Coun  Ho.i .'. N'-w \\'i::
tt.   Phoaa li :
BARRISTERi   80-
���l_i   Lorne  Str< et,
Y
fHITlMlDE A- EDMONDS, Barns
tcra ail'l soli'ito'K. Hlackif BII,.
,|^bla ifri'.'l. New West minster.
' J, WlU'w''1"   ll-  I-  Edmonds
lIB. J. I'-   liAMl'TON   BULK,  solid
,l^tor of the supreme ,'ourt. Otln er
���m^lan   Bank   of   Coniiuerce   liuihi
,   Columbia   street,   opposite   post
:|e0| N��W  Westminster.     Money   to
EWEART  ��. MeQUAKRMi,
i.-rlsters   ,..'id;._<���__. ..:-.        ,ji-
Westminster, frapp Bik.,
 Clnrkson   "''d   Koine   pt.t_t.ig
tBOMTSr, rooms _!1 to _M, Ita '.mu
il# Street .Ijstiph Martin. K. (.'., .
. W��ait, W. (i. McQuarrie, II. A
mrta*. Mr. Martin wiIfl he ln th.
MtBtlnatar ollloes every Frielay uf
���noon
BORQK E. MARTIN, Barrister .md
Solicitor,  riuichon   block,  Colum
I and McKenzie streets. New  West-
niter. B. <������-
*IYERtGRAY- Barrister, Solicitor
fi Notary 1'u.iic, In practice since
)1 at New Westminster. B.C.    Of
Ices removed to Curtis B.oid., Clark
on   atreet,  opposite   Court   House.
Box l*ri.    Telephone t',4.
P. H A N S F O R D, Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
Bar Columhia and McKenzie
9CtS, New Westminster, B. C.
���   Nil
RD Of TRADE,���New   Westmin
Board of Trade meets iu the
Room, City Hall, as follows
.6  Wednesday  of each  month
ly  meetings on  the  secon!
iday     of      February,     May
��n<l   November,  at   $   p.   m
meetings    on    the    second
y     of     February.      Nra
may    be   proposed_ and
nt anv monthlv or (|uarterl>
A. E. Wht*e, Sec.
SOCIETIES.
), ��iRf-AVIITY   LODGE.  NO. 27���
|lai   meetings of this  lodge
|u Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
every  Monelay  evening
fek.    Visiting brethren cor-
rtted     to    attend.     C.   S.
���fl. \   G ;  A.v.n. McDonald,
mr. C, Coatham, It. S.; <1. G.
��� s    Alex. Adams, treasurer.
The Road to Success
*SR��_j________w____m_____w________^
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning hev orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
1 LORD'S DAY ACT IS
RESTRICTING TRAFFIC
Gowan MacGowan. Manager.
Charge Made That Railways
Cannot Operate and Observe Regulations.
Tuesday Night, Nov. 12
The Swedish Dialed Comi   .
"Tilly Olson"
with
Aimee Commons
���AS���
THE FUNNY SWEDE G1KL
Supported by a Btrong company.
A comedv drama of the Northwesl.
Played over l(|h nights in ..hicago.
Special scenerj painted by P. W.
Hamilton, ot the Broadway theatre,
Mew York city.
See Sweel   (Sw< de)  Tilly Olson���
"She Hani- so Yolly."
PRICES
Seal
Ryall's
IK
-75c,  50c.   and 25c.
Saturday,  Nov.  '.nii.
0PERA=H0USE
Ottawa,   Nov.   11,��� In   his   reiiort  of ]
be rai ��     and canals department for
i tno it! o April 1. 1907, I> puty
Ministi : Butler says the' Lord's Day
Acl -������ ��� . ting traffic on Seen,'.a;, has
c-t down bj an eighth the capacity ot
the Inte colonial rolling stock to han-
dl business, and by throwing work
on othei days of the wick has em-
harrassi i operations, He says it will
require the Installation oi more mo-
I tive power and curving equipment,
an ! is other railways arc similarly affei ed thi re may have to be legislation to . ��� leve them.
in ri gat : to th ��� proposed (,n*Crge-
:,' nt ol 'h" We lian 1 canal and th-'
. Hon of the Georgian hay ship
canal, Mr. Butler recommends a commission ol three erpi ns to stud) economic as. nt before either project ie
undi rtaken, I'he deputy says th i
"vein question In the developmenl of
;        growing country is tran
orti :'        The growth of traffic Is bo
Lo h ive out sped means of ac
rommoilating it. and despite the best
efforts  ol   those concerned  ther,' has
been  seri< is congestion.     The rem- PRESENTS
edy, he say:', may be round in the am- e  The Newest Comic opera Triumph
plificatlon   an I   Improvemenl   of railway equl] ments, the ordinary type of
which will be bettered and the quantity Increased.
Since the confederation Canada has
vend' 1   on   railways   over $31G,000,-
000,
The gross 'Minings of Government
railways for nine months of the fiscal
year were $6,509,186, and the working
expenses $6,328,895.
The national transcontinental railway expenditure during the same period of the fiscal year were $5,537,867,
compar d with ?_1,G09,627 last year.
it
NEW WESTMINSTER
Gowan MacGowan, Manager
��� �����* I
JIAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
20���Meets every Tuesdaj
t  8  p,  m.. in the  Eagles'
timbia Btreet, F. J. Lynch,
ll. Schofleld, Secretary,
JV.���FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
Igs the first and third Tues
each     month.        Visiting
icordlallv invited to attend.
room, A. O. V. W. hull. Odd
..blfK-k.   Clarkson   'itreet,   C.
['CWrlgan.   romrdir;   C.eo.   Huron,
workman.
1
Mail Service
IE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
80N8 OF ENGLAND, B. S ���
1 Rose Degr��M' mw>ts Second ami
Burth Wedii"S'l.'iv  of each  month,
K. ot P.   Hall,  Columbia   St.,  at
p. m., White Kn.se Degree. Fourth
Wednesday    in    each month, same
DO and  place.     Vlsltliii;  Hrethren
rdlally inviii-.l.    1-:. I.. Webber pre-
It, H. Disney, secretary.
IIIT-iRUNETTE, No. 4099,  I.O.F.
>the   Fourth   Friday   in  the
at   S   o'clock,   in   the   small
Pddfellow..'    block.       Visiling
Tare cordially Invited to at-
, Bli. Rushton, C. it-;  F. P.
1, It. s.
WTHOYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8803,
��.*��� The   i .-unlnr   niee'rings'. ot
Lodge  are   hehi   on   the   S ind
Mirth  Tee.'Sitae s eef each   month
p, m.  in   lhe> Oddfellows'  Hall.
|Brothren   are  eordialy   in-
tttend.    K. 0. Firlh, C. R.;
'.  MftXV.'   II.    See.
���i* IVAL TEMHLARS OF TEM-
s.   FfRARCE  i i    every   Wednesday
M I *Wock   |i.   m..   In   Oddfellows'
".!WI��:-:jPpIu mbia      slreet.       Visiling
"are cordially invited to at-
itmi,    Q,   ll.i'-'gman.
���ecieiary.
s. c.
N.   U.
0?1��COTLAND  BENEFIT Ab
llTION, LORD OF THE ISLES
"Vl91.��� Meets on the First and
TUesdav of everv month in
rap. Hall.     John    McNiven
Me J. Forrcpter, Rec. Sec.
r,/.|'w^0.-Ke^-Royal   City  Lodge,   No.   2
^H'^WIU' III    lldill'elliiws-    Hall,    Col
UnrtiaStre-:    every  Friday <v. ii.tig
��t 8 O'clock      Visiling brethren  will
|"j l��,����ft W'li'iinii..    (Ml. Clow.  N.C
Of-, OSbortii'.   IV   ll.   recording   see-
Ill    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
IClUde the   I'nion   l^idge.   N'o.  It, A.
"��� M4 A. M.;   King Solomon  Lodge',
"��. 177-A.  !���'.   ami   A.  ,\I.;   I,.  O.   I-.,
NO.1150;   I..  O.   I...  Sn.   I.V.I3;   Court
:- Bappisrton, No. n;s::, i. o. f.: c. o.
'������ Court Westminster, \(>. :;:;ei;
Brotherhood of owls, \est No. iri;
B��Ulah Re!  :kali   l_od-'c,  \,,. r,,  i. o.
t;_K     -
: ��� [spatched by C. P, U. train at 8: 15
a. in.; close S a. in.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millsfde  No,   1,   daily   except   Sun
day;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   except
Sunday.    Mails Received al 6:36 p.iu.
Dispatched   by   B,   C.  Electric   railwaj
Co., 7:-la a.  m.:
Vancouver, Xe>.   I,  dally except Sundays,    Return mail received P a, m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.m..
Cloverdale, Nioomekl, Porl Ke!!-��,
Hazelmere, Halls Prairie. Hon Ao-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all poiuts
In Washington and south, also all
points in eastern statesi. daily except Sunday. Hel urn mails received
ai 3:30 p. in.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdaya;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Sa'ir--
days. Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by ll. C. Electric railway,
10:30 a. in.:
Vanoouver No, _ri  Victoria, No   1;
Central    Park,   daily   except    Sunda;'.
Return mail received al - p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p. m.:
Fast  Burnaby, daily except Sunday I
Return mails received at ri'11 p. m.
Dispatche,]  by carrier 12:00 noon:
Timberland, Tuesdays and  Fridays
Return mails  received Tuesdays ami
Fridays,
Dispatched by c. P, R.   oal l :30 p.m.
dally   (closes  dail.   al   the  same
i
time during  winter months:
Ladner,     Westham     Island,     Porl I
Cuiehon,    Steveston,   Sunbury.    daily j
except Sunday.    Return mails received  from  1)  a.  m. to  11  a.  in.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday, Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. II; Victoria, No. t,
and Burnaby Lake; closes at 3:30 p.
ni.: dally e\i'cept Sunday. Return
malls received at ti p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    v
2 p. in.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. m.:
To  southern    points,    dally  excent
Sunday.    Return mail 11  p. in.
Dispatched by C.l-'.lt. train at 8:15 p.
in., mail closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C.
P. R. east, second mail). Return mall
received al 1 p, m.
Sapperton, N'o. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Corn'.ltlam, daily except Sunday. Return  mail received at 1  p. m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Srltlvh   Columbia Coast  Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C.  Coast Line Service.
SKAGWAY. JUNEAU.  PT. SIMPSON
PRINCE RUPERT. Etc.
S.S    Pr.ncess  May.
i.e eeves Vancouver S p. m. on follow
lng dati -
Victoria  11  p.m. Nov. .1:
John Cort
The Alaskan
j    By   nit th. n,  Glrard  and  Figman.
Wednesday,   November   13,
Direct from Knickerbocker theatre,
I New York, and a record breaking
I transcontinental tour.
73 PEOPLE
and  an augmented orchestra.
Nov
No\
Dec
Dec
Jan. 9
Jan. 25
Fe . 9
Feb. 24
Lv.
l.v.
Lv.
l.v.
l.v.  Victoria  1 1   p.m. Jan. 21
l.v. Victoria 11 p.m. Feh.   .-
l.v.  Victoria  11   p.m. Feb.  24
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves  New Wesminster daily exci pt Sunday al - p.m., with additional
i rip  Momiay at 5 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday,  Thursday   and   Saturday
al 7 a. m.; Friday at t; a.m. additional
j trip Saturday ."e p. in.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m.. 1st and 15th;
rom     Vancouver    at    8    p.   m.,   2nd
Victoria 1! p.m. Nov. 25 I ^^   16tn  ot each   month,   calling  al
Victoria ll  p-m, Dec.   8   Skidegate on flrst trip and Bella Coola
Victoria 11  p.m. Dee'. 25   "'' s' ('nml trip.
1   p.m.  Jan.     I   RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA,  LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Prom Victoria 8 p. in. every Tuesday;
t trom Vancouver 9 a. m. every Wednesday. Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; al Victoria
Monday  morning.
VICTORIA--NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; a:-
rivi 8  Nanaimo  1  p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p
j arrives  Victoria 9 p. in.
New Mill at Nelson.
Nelson, B. C, Nov. 11.���A new mill
Is now projected for ihis city and will
be built at some point on Lemon creek.
The promoter is R. S. P. Smyth, Iat -
partner of A, E. Watts in the mill at
Procter, recently sold to H. B Herron,
of Nen Llskeard, Northern Ontario.
With him are associated Bruce White
and several other Nelson men. They
hold extensive timber areas in the valley of Lemon creek and inten 1 I >
m tli . the product available al once,
Seats on sale at Ryall's Nov. 11.
Prices���$2.00.  $1.50, $1X0,  75c,  50c
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
SS.   Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vat ouver 1:30 p. m   dally;
I arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. ra. dally.
Leave s Victoria l a. m. dally;    ar-
...
i rives  \ am ouvi r S a. in.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.   Princess   Eeatrice.
1.. aves Victoria 8:30 a. in. dally except  Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
| in. daily excepl Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. dally except  Monday;  arrives Victoria 7 a.m.
lailj  i'M- -pi Tuesday.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R    P.   Rithet.
_T-o   Victoria:   Wednesday,  Saturday, |
7  a.ni-
From   Victoria:    Tuesday,   Friday,
7 am-
in
'VBRTISE IN THE DAI LV NEWS  ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Victoria 11  p.m. 1st and  Ilia
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatslno and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuaet, Quatslno, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaven   Vancouver   1:30   p in. daily,
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves   ai i p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a.  in.
UPPER FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
8. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster,  8  a.   m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday*, calling al
landings between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
DP  RTVBR
Knmonn���
|     From \\ W, Ta.. Th., Sat 8 a.m.
I    From Chwk. Still., Wsd., Fri.. 7 a.m
For   reservations   and   InformaUoi
r-all or address
ED   QOULET,
Agent, riew Westminster
B.  .1. COYLE,
���.oat. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouvei
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between a!)
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'lic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r'-iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave
Day Train             Arrive
0.20 a.m.
...  Spokane   7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m-
....Rossland  4.10 p.m
9.40 a.m.  .
H. A. fACKSON
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
Gowan Me^cGowan, Manager
Priday,   Nov.    15th
The Originals
MURRAY & MACK
In the Undisputed   Musical
Success
The Sunny Side
of  Broadway.
��.__	
Libretto by Walter and
i Murray. Music by Boyle
Woolfolk.
40.PEOPLE-40
| Pretty Music, Pretty Women
Pretty Dances, Pretty
Dresses, Plenty of Fun.
CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL
CONCERT
MURRAY   &   .MACK.
I icic ou Friday,
| ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
-ON-
The Good   Cheer te^Eve"Nov"l2-l9fl7
STORE
For Good Groceries
Cheap
Pants
Overcoats
Reefers
Cardigan   Jackets
Underwear
at 8 o'clock,
Chorus of 45 voices.
Orchestra   of   14   instrument';.
Gounod's Cantata "GALLIA"
Dvorak'3
"STABAT MATER"
d
anil
Mis
M r.
' Mr.
Mr.
.i   mi .��� llaneoua  programme
SOLOISTS:
Ella Walker, Soprano.
Harry J, Davis, Baritone.
���ics>;,> T, Longfleld, organ,
.1. s. Cameron, violin.
ADMISSION     50c
Hides Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Free Silverware  Coupons With
Each Purchase
Free Delivery to All Parts
of the City
Kyle & Son
T.ie Home of Plenty
AOVtRTISE   IN   THE   NEWSJ-Phone 276 "^55 Front St.
Highest Cash Price Paia
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE A.ND ENUINl
WOKK.
. SHIP SMITHING, HRiuuni and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   wora,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders mid correspondence In-
Ttt<*l.
JOMN REID,
BEUB1K b'tlt-Li,,:.
New \r<wtaiJnbttr. r. o. ��74.
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PAGE  FOUR
TJE   DAILY   XEWS.
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South Vancouver
Ferris   Road
l am n the 1-5 of ai
-.-'-:. del   '       etitioi
They are all  pra I ��� .   md in clover,  and an- close
to   the ased  extei :  the North Arm road car line and
.     within stance ������' th   cil   .  and  all  I i   as  tor these
ad   well  Bituated  tots  is  5325 each, and  very easy terms.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. VV., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
,   Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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LICE\5E   NOTICE.
Sj
��HORACE DORER
A
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VOTIC1
t the m \-      ting ��� * jvvi
the  Licensing . the City of Itj
Sew  Westminster   foi    t renew     ���'  ^*~��
���   -   to s tors bj  Peta I on th?
��� -. .i- the Windsor ll >-
���  ..        ited on i     ,..-..   eel
P. O.   BILODEAU.
\ >n   .'   itminster,  Soy.  11, 4bul.
m
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
THE DAILY NEwS
Publi.-he'l by the Daily News Publishing Company. Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
-���- ets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
_*<T,_t -���
- -   -V>-
<5S__5_3i^pKt>
agi - against the <   i. ��� atl< as   . - shall
, make the avoiding ol ents more
Bt a le in the end than thc 1 tkii
i h-ances.
TUESDAY.   NOV.
1907
UNDER CONTROL.
News  . .
������ hich -was
"The  1 :.:. ������������ --.-;.���   Collision."      Such
���   :., .. b   more   treq tent   in
:. . the   Unite I   States
than th I to be,    and th it fn -
quency Is a healthy Bign ol   be   . a< -
and a I .���  democ  il Ic spirit
Is a serting Itself against that c
ration rule  which   in our time    an!
counti;.   has  taken  the  place of that
domination    of    "mass"
"class"
against which the people of older lands
b ������ h i : . wage -nch a long war���
a war of which the last battle has
not even yet been fought. It ia possible, of coin-.-.-, to take the cynical
view ind sa; thai the preseni outcry
against corporation malpractices Ts a
mere Bwing of the pendulum, and that
i... and by the pendulum will swing
again an 1 our last state be worse
than the first: but the argument from
historj sei ms to be against such a
view. Rather should we say that the
corporations have before them tlie al-
ternative of radical reform from within or���ihe guillotine. The feeling mi
favor of government ownership of
what are culled "public utilities" is
undoubtedly gaining strength, anc
"public utility" corporations wil] not,
if they are wise, conduct, their busi-
���-.< ;s in such a way as to add to that
strength.
The partlciflar poini which we are
now dealing with Is the growing demand for control by the government
of the railway corporations, so far as
such control may be necessary to pro-
1 cl the iiv..- ai 1 pockets of the public, aa.-' [.he article which we have.' al-
^ady referred to is one of the public
utterances of that demand. It refers
"e. and founds Its demands upon, an
"accident" on the main line of ihe C.
P. Ii.. n< ar Regina, which acci lent i a
head-qn collision resulting In some
1"-.- of life) it declares could, not have
occurred if trains were run on a Bys-
tem which put the safety of life and
propertj ahe^d of all other considerations. Accidents of this kind are as
a rub' due to one of two causi s, either
an official forgets or misinterprets an
er 'i. a train conductor, allowed
a certain discretion, "lakes chances."
In either case, however, in all cases
excepl where accidents are really unsold by any possible precaution,
the ;e sponsl illity shifts ; ackward
from  ri'   Indh i lual employee to the
��� . i ��� ��� e    ind ag iin from   he man-
��� .... nt to the  dlrec oi       and    yet
In fn   .     ���    Ill ectoi 3 to I   i sl icl
, I
N'o ia lv. :,. manager w~ I ea to have
iccldei        a line undei   h     con-
I le know.-���  lusl w hei '    ie  .ve ik
���.'. - In thi  opei  tin.        tern a    . an I
be pr ' ,e o know   ji .   hoe
i ,ii,  be madi   sl i ng,    In
-   i."i  \ or Is, be knows that, ���-��� i-.en an
squlpm iei   ..-   perfeel    as ll   can   be
��� sufficienl staff, the num-
��� :' ,-.���   Ideut.  can be redui ed to 9
mall   fraction of the  preseni   yearlj
ital; but lu- also knows thai the pro-
ling   ef the proper Btafl and equlp-
��� ;.i would mean the narrowing of th i
on .i    i ��� ween gross and nei
. ��� ," ,.     md a    e onsequent    cutting
and     lessi ning  of
ires,    Dial   wuld
in an i I of dl   ctorB.an 1
Inted !   imbling
holdei ..   ri ��� ��� .:. .   e rami-
. i the basket.
in med . the public
.   nedy applle ! If tln-y
���  ;hl way,   it Is, dn t,
control   a    can
vith reasons   e bop"
: ri    It, and, secoi     ', in?
:.  ���:      |J      .fri   ii . ���       ,     :   ���'.    ..
VERDICT   OF  -N    G."
Thi Monl eai Sta iper which is
owned anl conl by a man who
��������� .��� iges    that    he "put    up'
I least $29,000 to help I   ai     rative can-
��� .    ites in  1904, b ���
"Whatever the  pan;,    papers  may
J claim, the     ��� -���     tions in Ontario ap-
��� ���   to show  ni i change In sentiment.
The  Conservatives  b 11   Ea I   Northumberland    and    the    Liberals    held
North  Wellington,  the nab-   constitu-
- In which the I ties laced
each  other."    Later in the same article 'he  Star Bays:   "The Opposition
���contrar;.-  to  all tradition���has
come   the   timid    party,   substi
mild  suggestion for  positive    aggression  an 1   doing ita  offici il   'op] osln b
in a half-hearted way.   It is breaking
no  new  ground   with   any  implem nt
more formidable than an erratic golf
dub. anel leaves the people guessing
whai they would gain If the;,  were   o
work  a  political  revolutfofl    and  lir
the Conservative party to power."
IT'S FINE!!
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roller
Rink
ENGLISH   BAY
Every Week Day.     Music
Afternoon and Evening
'Phone 3465
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAIl.V   NEW
The Northern Bai
<DY.
Head Office, Winnipeg
SIR   DAMEL   McMILLAN.   Pres. J.   W.   DeC.
Authorized Capital, $6,000,000
Open for Business on Monday, Novel
248 Columbia Street, New Westminster
The Zuyder Zee. whei-" the greal
Dutch war (bets gathered in the days
when they disputed wiih England the
title <.f Mistress of the Seas, is to be
cl Ited in anei pumped our. and turned
Into farming land. Its area is 1,400
square miles, and the- cost of the w irk,
Ich has been begun, is put ar sev
enty-slx million dollars. That is quite
an undertaking for little Holland
wiih its five million jieople am! never
English and Amer.can Beeliard Tables, Ecwling Alleys, etc. New an-!
second - hand tables and supplies in
stock,
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P   0    Box   US-
Be evllng   Alley,  Pen lei   St.,
VANCOUVER
"'.-���������at for  Messrs. Samuel   Ma
1' ... Toi into.
Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
A Western institution
For Western People   I
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Every description of Banking business trans;
Special Terms for Sr.vings  Deposits
Dominion    Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
QOOKSLEY'S
^^ Well Known
Souvenir Wt\        ~
POST  CARDS B8"8&d^r,,���-
Correspondents in all parts of the
Banking by mail a specialty
world
The  Northern  Bank  Is the  Only  Canadian B_
Its Head O'fice in the West
of N'ew Westminster and dlst'i.tt
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
��5" Advertise the  town  we  live hi   I .
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoe-r
friends.
-:T'7 ^eadytorthepresT?"
fcSH&ni WHVlM_w^N"R^4     1M MIMMMMm   ��..    ,,���*������������������������������*
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163,CO__OWa��T W.VAHW.IX.      ���
ADVERTISE IN  THE DAILY
Prospectors'
l FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood  in -1ft. lengths, which
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
t  Eighth ave. and Second St.
M>
riiowa
and Loggers'
BOOTS
Our lines of Prospectors' and Logging Boots are
extensive. We show the very best shoes of this sort
that are made. Ask to see our "B. C." Logger Boots,
prices from $5.00 to $7.50 a pair; also see our C. B.
Dayfoot "King of the River" Loggers, at prices from
$4.50 to $7.00 a pair. Money can't buy better logging shoes than these two makes.
Prospectors9  Shoes
We're ready along this line with some of the
best shoemaking that it is possible to obtain. Our
prices on Prospector Boots���the same styles as cut���
start at $-1.50 and run to $9.00 a pair.
Our "Brown   Moose-Hide" Prospectors  at $7,00
arc the best values in B. C.
Prospectors  and   Loggers   will ba greatly interested
in our Slock of Shoes
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ffitft&B g tfefcii-3-##_fci. i
STOP PAYING RENT\
M-i--H-H--H-H_M-HMB-MaHHHHBiHH_MHMH_a.M
������������������������^������ i
$600.00
&
;   Buys a house and corner lot  near to car.
is rented for $8.00 per month and will net
���
1 5 per cent
Enquire quick.    Good terms.
McLEOD, MARK & Ct\
The farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminm
_\
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Tl     : K
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
PACIFIC   MEA'
>''*&$$&"'' MARKET
"%^e���  ,���.,   .       .
Byfjl        Col im  ��� i ��� 'jj
r ������MWW'
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
MOmWrnM
RYALL'S COUGH SYRUP
PRICE   SOc
Money   Back   If   Not   Satisfactory.
. ryalTs iliioitf
^wS-HEHSSSri
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN (IF THE lllli
ADVERTISE IN THE. Nf3:
- .':;���*.. YUltOAV. NOV. 12. 1907
R&-    THE   DAILY.   N18W9/
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T. H. SMITH
The Cash Stores
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��� Beginning Monday,   Nov. 1 1, '07 we |
X commence unloading ���
: 5 Large Cars of Furniture x
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WE are proud of our Fur Bus-
_ iness, it has grown to immense proportions. Manufacturers
of high standing have made liberal
trade discounts in order to get a
share of our business. This enables
us practically to sell at prices small
dealers pay.
We are showing very exclusive
and new designs at lowest possible
prices.
| We invite you to see them now,
the choice is better.
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[hite Foxaline Throws, regular $5,00, for ��� $3.00
[hite Foxaline Stoles, regular $5.50, for - $3.50
Irown Russian Hare Scarfs, regular $2.50, for $1.75
[Brown Russian Hare Stoles, very deep collar,
splendid value at $7.00, for - $5.00 and $5.50
[Marmot Stoles, 6 tails, satin iined, good $6.50
lines, sell here for $5.00
Marmot Throws, 72 inch, with genuine squirrel
tails, graduated shape, best satin linings,
sold in many stores for $10.00, the Cash
Stores Special $7.75
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An attractive display of Eastern Mink, Isabella
���Fox, Grey Squirrel,  Alaska Sable, Austrian Mink,
Stone Martin, specially manufactured to our order
lin the newest styles of scarfs,  stoles and throws.
?Ask to see the pretty animal muffs.
I ji-. T. ll. Levey, aentlst, Crescent
club '..uildins, Columbia street.
Marcus Cox, u well known prospector, returned yesterday afternoon from
Pitt lake, where be had been prospecting Cor the past few weeks.
Owing to the density of 'he foe;
yesterday morning, the steamer Transfer could nol get u\i the river from
Ladner at her usual hour.
Tin- free library contest closes on
January 23, eeml we would remin 1
those interested that the West Enl
grocery is ihe    only grocery    where
,i-i s can in.' had. **'
An A si ni ic Exclusion league ha.-i
i een organized at Merritt, a littlo
Lown in the- Nicola \ralley. Meetings
:ire hehl every Sunday.
Millinery Bargains
At tive cents each, 500 or more quills in black and
|every desirable color.
At Ten cents each, 100 wings, mounts, etc., worth
[up to $1.00.
At Twenty-five cents,  plumage of, every description, worth up to $1.50.
At Fifty cents,  new ospreys, large wings, fancy
feathers in great variety worth three times the price.  |
At Seventy-fiveca its, 52.25, $2.00, $1.50 wings,
[birds,  hackles,  flowers,  etc.  etc.,  a great saving,
come quickly, they won't last long at 75c.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
I. Hunter, the only Inebriate to face
the police magistrate yesterday, was
mulcted In the sum ot (2.50 aud costs.
! le promise l to be good In future.
B ... ������ the Wi ' En i gr icery and
re elve  coui on      er the I       library.**
li. .1. McQuarrie, loc il m mager of
the li C. E, U. company, lefl .-ester-
day in c empan: of E. R egers, ol th ���
Vancouver offlci. for Langley, where
:i week':, shooting will be indulged in.
Four lots em    Second    Sl reet, $675
cash.    While.. Shiles & Co.,    260 Col-
la St., 'Phone 85,
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Mrs, Alfred  Webb, of Queen's avenue, lefl yesterdaj  for Victoria, wher -
she   will   spend  the nexl   few   weeks,
,   ng  hi :    on, I'V,   Webb,  who is
lished  in that city-.
See Ri ichenbach's advei tisemenl on
. . her page, fe-.:- lav I, all sizes.   **'"'
The. Rev. .1. P. Bowell, bursar i I
Colum ..en colli ge, ri in Vernon on
ilia semi auni al touv -.-���' the Okanagan
valley In the Interests of the col-
I 'ge.
One  English  upright  piano, $1". al
'i'e.(lei's   music   house- ***
A Siwash in possession of liquor
was arrested yesterday afternoon b.v
the city police. He wlll probably he
. si .--., ,| the usual $25 and costs this
morning by the police magistrate.
One small organ $15, a snap, at
Tod iri music house,
Nee invitations will be Issued tothe
St. Andrew's entertainment which will
:,. held in the K. of P. hall on ihe
29th of this month, but all members
of the society, their families and
friends will be made welcome.
Just opened for business���th   Wesi
End restaurant.   Everything new and
bright;   good   bill  of  fare,   by   Xeshl-
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mura,
"Tilly Olson" is to he the attraction
at the Opera house this evening, lt
is a comedy with a Swedish girl as
t..e oent ial Bgure, aud as popular
prices are charged, a good house
should greet the company,
one square i lano $50, at Todd's
music house. ***
The trial of the case, Nygrew vs.
Nygrew, will be taken up this morning In the county court before Tlidge
Howay. The suit Is tor the recovery
f money lenl by the plaintiff to the
defendant, his brother, tor which n
note was givsn, and la sui l to hav-
I eea dishonor, d.
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The run of cohoes seems to have
drawn to a close for the pri s ml season. The fishermen on th - river obtained but very small results during
the last tew eiays. an I yesterday
catch was very small. The ������ ason
has on the whole- 'ee.1:: a successful
one.
Prull ranch of 10 acres within 85
miles of Westminster of Vancouver,
[by rail or boat. Annual net r turn3
$2500; in centre ot good trull growing
district. Price $5000. Abbott & Hy I",
next Guichon hotel, Now Westmin
ster, n. ('���
,i. Et, Brennan has returned from
the east, where he visited trlenda ii
Ir.s native Glengarry county. Ontario,
land spenl some time In Montreal.New
York, Minneapolis, Chicago, anel other large cities, He was absent about
three nionths.
Dr, ami Mrs, Manchester, formerly
reside.nts of this city, have retiinioe.
.nun New Vork and other i astern
cities, where Dr, Manchester took .i '
post-graduate course In Bttrgery anl
the study of diseases eef the nerve i, '
They wlll take up their ce id mi i In
Hammond, Dr. Mam heBter Is b okln ;
[or a site tor the establlshme il ot u
sanitorium tor the treatment ot aier-
vous diseases, and pending hi.. Hn il
; holce of a lo< ation, he will i-.-n w private i ractlce al Hammona, He precede 1 Dr. Dohi rty aa su] firlntendenl
it C, ��� Pinvinri il asylum in this city.   Is
Newton Beers, the ated chan
acter Impi i sonator, �� ho i - :<> apiie.'ip I
here on .Nov. 22, undi r the auspices of,
Koyal City  lodge,  Nee. :;.  [, o. o. ;-���.,''
delighted a large audience al  Nanaimo  last  night,  when    he    presented
"David and Jonathan," the tragedy In
which he is billed   to appear In this
rfty.
ll. Ryall has received a com muni,
cation from a Vancouver man who!
wants to seemri photographs of the
members of the N'ew \V <���.-.. iiiin-i,-: Lacrosse team, for Harry AlUngham, now
in England. Mr. AlUngham is known
to many New Westminster people as
a former employee of the C. P- H. in
ihi< province,
New 6-room house, with hath and
Hush closet; lot 66x132; lane in rear;
near Queen's park. Price $2,100;
terms, \ >���; ^ Hyde, next Guichon
hotel, .New Westminster, u. C.
The wedding of Ri .-. ri McNiven,
of the staff e.r the Fraser River sawmills, and Mrs. D, Pei. Ins, also of
Millside, took plao ab i u I hi end ol I
lasl week In Bellingham. The happ>
couple rei urne I to t s on Sunday
evening and are now receiving the
congrai ilal Ions    I I telr many friends.
busim    i bl ick   known  ees   i h ���
DeGrey block, on Hastings street,Van-1
couver, which  was erected ahout two I
��� ��� ars ago bj Frank S. I) iiIrey and I)''.
Holmes, of this cltj. was sold yesterday for the sum of $66,  en- $2,000
; er fool frontage. The block Is i
three-storej structure, built of brick
and advantageously located.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son, B. 208- *"
His Honor Judge Cane sal In county
court chambers tn this citj yesterday
and heard applications for orders fo:
judgment and substitution of service.
the <-ise-- in which the Yorkshire
Guarantee efe Securities corporation
ear as plaintiff. The defendants
in the four cases are Kennedy, McRae, Pierce, and Stark. Orders wer-.'
granted in each eas ���.
The fire Insurance agents of the ell /
will have a heart to heart talk In the
offlce of Messrs. Malins fe Coulthard
this afternoon. The subject of their
deliberations wil] 'ee the matter of of-
i ring rebates to pati ons, which some
agents are charged with practicins,
and ihe- question of uniform rates.
Sev ral Hre insurance men from Vancouver will ,< on haul to take part
in the discussion.
At eight o'clock this evening, ���>
meeting of the Liberals of New Westminstei- will be called to order in the
��� Liberal club rooms, the object of the
gathering being to appoint delegates
to a nominating convention which >
to be b Iel at 2 p. tn.. em Monday o.r
next week, when the representative of
the Liberal party at the next Dominion election will be chosen. The
choice of delegates being a most important factor in the selection of the
future candidate, a request is made
that all Liberals attend the meeting
this evening In order that the feeling
of the community may be thoroughly
represi nted.
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for our Christmas trade.
This is the finest selection of Hi_.li (".ass Furniture ever shipped
Into it. ('.. and comprises, amongst other Items, Morris chair-. Music
cabinets, Buffets, Bldeboaxds, Pictures, Couches, Dining Tables and
Chain, Leather  Easy Chairs. Hall  Furniture, etc., etc.
You cannot afford to miss this showing of high class Furniture,
Hive ns a call and look over the goods.
x John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium f
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TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B.
C.
Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit of $.",im) or $600. WI-. HAVE
just such a proposition. New House, on Fifth avenue.. 7 rooms, modern. Two lots, each 86&132 feet. Yon can act! one of these lots [or
$650. All we ask lia 12700 for this property. Good terms, too Luurf
into it.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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X Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
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Will  be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
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Principal
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New Coundland, and   In   London,   England,
New York,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A General Banking Business Transac tid.
Letters of Credit issued, available wl tL correspondents In all narts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits  received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
I  Total  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
;   Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m. to 9 p.  m.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Mr. Employer
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF Ar;_^ YOUR VVOF.ri-
MEN TO THE FULLEST POSSI-
ELE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN ANO
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::     ::     ::     '���'<
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
i'liiinii 250
Eighth Street
NOTICE.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
|    All Liberals in the city of
New Westminster are  re-
\ quested to attend a meeting
j to be held on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12
; in the Liberal Club Rooms,
I at 8 p. m.,  for the purpose
;of electing delegates tothe
Nominating  Convention to
' be held in this city on Monday, November 18, 1907.
Signed,
J. Reid, Pres.
J. W. MacDonald, Sec.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDA,
NOV
TUBtDA
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Is the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU  BANK   WITH
������   The
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Just What You Want for
the Wet Weather
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Men's Oil Clothing, all sizes, all lengths.
Men's Black Rubber Coats, all sizes.
Boys' Black Rubber Coats, all sizes.
The New "Mud" Color Rubber Mackintosh, for autoing, street wear or
driving.
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The Wardrobe Clothier
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McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
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Sapperton Lots   I
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��� Splendid Lot near lhe school house       $300; terms  ���
x Columbia street Lots     $450; terms
X A splendid Lot, cleared      $150; terms
��� The best Lot in Sapperton 66x165,  cleared,  for    $425; terms
��� Lota al $100 each; easy terms.
j P. PEEBLES gl j
��� 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 |
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GOLD FREIGHT IS
COMING TO AMERICA
McQUARRIE   &
Real Estate Brokers Insurance  Ag ents    Financial A
Thirty Million Dollars Shipped From Old World to
New on Ocean Liners.
PRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Finnic 333 FRONT Sl
New York, Nov. 11.���Steaming
along the transatlantic tracks today
are' ."ri passenger liners, or which
twenty-elghl are bound to th'1 Easl
ami twenty-six to the West In the
Wesl bound group are steamships
.ringing a treasure far greater than
any argosy of old. While $50,000,000
in gold bas bei n engaged aboard, oniy
$20, 1,000 has arrived, and tbe remainder is distributed among the ex-
ress steamships due within a few
days-
More than $7,500,000 is store-.1 awaj
In th*' strong room of the Oceanic, of
the White Stai line, due to reach here
em Wednesday, and there are large
sums em the Kaiser Wilhelm II., from
Germany, England and Prance; the
Lorraine, from Havre, and the Sf.
Paul from Southampton and Cher
hourg. Practically the entire $30,000,-
000 Is now on it- way here.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2, ri I. ri it, in. I-'. 13, 11. 15
ri.. 17. l\ I.'. 20, -Iri 66, 71. 7:. 7:!, 74
anel 77 e-i subdivision 3, in subur an
block ll, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
C room house on Hamilton stiver,
all modern improvements, one lot
from car line; lot 0o.\i:;j. Price $1400.
$0uo cash, balance in monthly payments
160 acres, less 2% tux new railway, , I-'nl! sized Lot mi li
Township 4, Sec. ii: uli bottom land, of Regina St., betwe
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues, wesl side i
8 room house, all modern Improve-  and stable.   Price' $16 per acre; $
i'e acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient  in-1 bn- aboul 300 hea I ol
stock.     Price  $80C0;   term*  One-third
casii, bal. i" sull i tri baser.   <ine mile
from station on  new car line.
I_ot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoftri.-els and Thomson house,Carnarvon Btreel; full size $1600.
160 ACRES aboul two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
an.l partly fenced, good bouse,  barn
1760
$-100;   half  cash
I   I,.is.    881132 ...
L3th street.    $1200 cash.
L' HOUSES   on 1 1,,;
Sapperton; b rooms ani
CROWE  TELLS ATHLETES
WHAT  IS  AN   AMATEUR
Toronto, Nov. 11.���Secretary Crowe
of the Canadian Amateur Athletic union, has issued the following;
All   athletes    in   Canada,   whether
 mbers <���; bodies affiliated with this
union or not. are   directed to follow
the definition of amateur a; se; forth
m   tiie  British   Olympic   council   and
I governing qualifications  for sompeti-
tion at  ibe Olympic games of Ibns in
London.
An amateur is one who has never
! competed   for money  prize',  or mone-
, tary   consideration,   or   any     declared
wager, or staked bet; who has never
��� engaged,  assisted or taught  any ath-
. letic exercises as ;i means of pecuniary gain, and who has    never taken
| part in any competition with any one
who is not an amateur.
_ meats,  full sizeel lot, SherWOOd street.
Sapperton.   Price $2700.    $1  cash,
balance' on time.
3V6 acres bind next to Royal Oak
hotel,    has   been   cultivated,    not a
stum;, on it. now in grass, 28 bear-
in-- fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn. 5-
room house and barn and -irge chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram;
all fenced. Price $3500 . Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $lou(j April
fe ell iw Ing, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66x-?32 ft., S. a. of 5. lane at
, back, :ird aud Queen's avenue. Price
$1250;  half cash, bal. 0 mouths.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 8Sxl32 only $800, ;e
i splendid  investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to britlge, Carnarvon
. street;   price $0,70.
160 acres less right of wax- about H
acres for railway; 25 acres stum peel.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story bouse 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too 10x1.-.'; barn 30x32 and
lean too ;j_,'xl4; granary pixiO; two
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon
cash, balanci' to be arranged.
iri ACRES, Btock 9, Lot No. 2, Disl
I_ot  8;  south side of the river, near
bridge,    $300;   half  cash.
2 LOTS. 132x132, N -VV. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on sth St. between Sth ami
6th Ave. on east side; full sizeel. 66x
132; Nos. 8 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, halance easy.
stock ready to plant out; 2 .
5 acres cleared, light tim
sbe-il  ami   |  rooms, kite
ibed.   $1000 each, ont
ance easy.
77.58  ACRES, black
ploughed and cleared
E.   ri   Sect.  5.    $75 per i
cash, one-third 2 momh     ���. ���
months,
7 LOTS, 120x62, fai
4   lots  cleared,  small   h   .
bouse, 17.". chickens; fern ���
I rice $1500, $1000 cash.
6 ACRES good loam R
Lot   16,  corner  Blue  m       ...
ami  Brunette'   road,   bou
roomed   house;    parlor.
kitchen and three- bed:
ed;   conservatory  30 or   I     ���
heated by pipes;   well;  i
15   bearing  fruit   trees;
Block, corner of Auckland & lllh 51. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
malnlng acre;    all fenci ei.
from school.    Price- $3000;  1.
bal. In 6 months at 7 pei   ���
1   Lot  88x11
$800 cash.
4th  av
100  acres,   2
$40 per acre
Two  lots  on
tween 7th and
miles  from city.
ISth  street, be-
8th  avenues.
2 houses corner of Merriva] ami
Agnes; full sized iot; city block :;1.
lot 11; one liouse rents feer $25, the
other $io; Hush elosets and ad connected     with    sewers.      Price- $3,500.
12  and   ri
il  JXJTS,    fi,  6 & 1,    full sii
cleared, upper side of Oth Aven
tween 1st ami 2nd Streets.    1':.
each.
4 1X)TS, 2 lots from 1st Sti
Cth Avenue on south side, N<
37 & 38, full size.    Price $1100
'four, or $300 each; half casb.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
fllard  Block.   Nr�� We��tmln��trr,  B.C
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Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OFF. PREMIER HOTEL      Phone B27S
WHEN  GOING EAST
\sk the ticket agent
to Send you over
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For Time Tables, Folders,  or any
further information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
shed  20x30;   small  milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing Cash $2,000,    halance in 6,
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price  nionths at 7 %.
JCOOu;   $2000 cash,  halance easily ar- '     Lots   14   and   15 of  1  of
ranged at 7 per cent.
street,  be-
tvenue east
Double    tenement  house,
1st and 2nd St.;   1  lot.    Pri.
(ash half and half In ti montl
Ren 18 for $10 each tenant.
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Six
Full "sized  lot on Thin
tween Royal and Queens
si le, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 1
$1000 each.
6 LOTS FACING 4 th AVE., iei
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $.7000
CASH, AND BALANCri IN 6, 12,
IS, 24,  30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
House and cottage on Columbia st,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12,;
���ri'e. ', easy terms.
27'i acres of the best soil, 10 acres
6 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 0 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of ll of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 jeer cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars i n
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
i Centrally located in  a commmandlng
' .- dtuatioa;   Third   avenue,  ut   foot   of
, Fifth street.   Two ainl one half-storey
'house-.   Ton rooms (recently papered)
! All   modern   conveniences;     hot    ami
cold   water,   bath,   flush   closet,   lavatory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;    lot
66x132, wdth lane In rear;  part of bet
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arrange*!.
cleared, under cultivation;   200 young
fruit trees, just comencing    to   bear;
new house, 1% storey,
houses,   in  good   order
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acre-;
cleared;   barn  60 x 30;   stables, etc.;
rooms;    hen [splendid soil; only $30 per acre. $1,000
some  acres  cash' balance easy.
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes. |     Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commui
Water from nearby spring.      Balance i about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
of    property    easily    cleared.     Price I Half cash.    Jump.
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
FIRE ALARM BOXES,
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon anil Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and  lelighth.
il���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's   Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin,
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
'21 ���....nl avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Bighth.
27���Thir,1 avenue an.l Tenth.
32���Agnes and  Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
'���"���Colmibla and McKenzie.
IC���C, P. il.  Station.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 96 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Giinns ranch,
This property Is only i\ mile from j 4 lots cleared without a stump; small
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick-   house,   chicken     house,     175    cholcel
ens and ducks could be Bold with the j chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.'
property at a snap. '   r   .    , ���   ._
Lots 16, 1\an.l 20 of 11 of 3, Price
$500 for three or $17.". each; 1-2 cash !
! balance 6 montbs at 7 tier cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be-1
tween Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared, $1,200, $800 cash
Acre-age on Vancouver road, corner
a' Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acre
! age Ih selling fast at this price
No. 308.-  8 roomed House, with  b tth
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; ri
cash, balance 2 and 6 mos. at 7 ri.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th und Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms K cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.  310.���9-roomed   House  and   bath
room,   Agnes   St.    $3,000;   '_.   cash.
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 'ri
No.   312.���8-roomed    House   and    hath
room,  Agnes  St,      Price $2,500;   i,2
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ri.
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres   under  cultivation,   10  acres  or
chard,   %   acre   strawberries   plante I
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring;  house 18 x 22;  frame bam 30
x 32;   11 post   frame house  and   co*'|
stables, three ln all, stn
40 acres 4 section 14, N. Lj e ' I
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from le...
Ha worth  road,  Surrey;    house
1 Vfe storey house, ,'! rooms fiulsl.-   i
other 3 can  be added upstairs, ss
shack;   l'-fe   acres  cleareel an
with clover, red;  fairly e.i-      ,.,
One   mile   from   shiimle   mi .'.     P
$1,200;.   terms   half  cash.
mouths at 7  ri.
Westerly   I.   11   of 63,  Sul
132x132 corner  100 feet sip;.:
houses drawing $28 per month,  Prta
$5,000, half cash, balance In 6 and 11
months.
160 S.E.   ', of Section 26, Disl 11
in acres,partly cleared:  K.'in ���
running through;  good road;    :    I
north   of   Webster's coin'';
mill and P 11, at the west ce
ber worth $7 per acre'; ci i
4   miles    from     Porl     Han.   .     b
$2,100;  terms $I,lo0 cash, bar)
ranged.
Large lot and  two cottage- i
lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rei
at $10 each.
One aud one-half storey bouse i
full  size  lot,  situated north
Royal avenue nnd corner of Mi K di
street;   9 rooms;   bath room, 1. I
cold  water, closet;   woodshed; J   ���
bearig   fruit trees;   streets  on  I
sides;   fine  view.    Price  $1,800 i
cash.
Date
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot. 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots racing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First Btreet, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, -12 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five bts, $400. Call at our office on
Front Btreet and Inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres In sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Oocxl soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
streel and 8tb avenue; 2 corner Iota
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash,    Single Jote at cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queei
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Que��
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared;
alongside  and   back.      Price    $1.0M
half cash, balance easy at 7 ','
160 acres improved land, I .bbrA
and she,Is complete, near Cloverdale
all umler cultivation, $15,000. If ri
can handle this, don't delay; it? I
bargain;   terms can be arrai:: I
x-irpop the above r<>ur pro)
special price will be made to
chaser.
House 30x12, Ith St., betw. hi i'i
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, ami batl
down stairs; parlor, dining room, lichen and pantry. Full sized lot run-
ning back to Ash Sf. Price $3,800:
$1,500 casi, balance at $500 per yea'
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth aventie.
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5, 0 and 7. Price *-*����
each or $1100 for Uie three.
Full sized lot, north side e.f Hamilton street between Sixth and EigW
streets; $226.
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DAYS
1
years at 7 %.
28  acres on    Mara  road, 1
$160 an acre   FOR    A   FKW
e 8 cows .'in.I J ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance
2 span  horses;   near  Mission Station;   and 2
schools,    churches    near    at.    hand: I
steamer lands twice a day; about, loo
acres Umber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 34; heniful) sized lots. Price $2,600, one
house made of hewer] timber ];ij,i in c.-,s!l, b,il. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a life-, -1 lots on Fifth Street, II ri'. I\\\l
time, $9,000; $1,000 cash, balance at fi Sub. 15. S. Blk. 13. $350 each, M"
per cent. . .cash, balance C months at T Tc   ���--���'
1  lot  No. 24  on  13th. street
8lde of 4th avenue.    Price $200
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mmi; ii ��'���-*"  mwniwn TUESDAY. M"V.  12,  1907
THE DAILY NT.WS.
PAUli. SEVEN
Synopsis     of    Canad,an     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any ev< n mini..er< d see tion ot Dominion land- in Manitoba, S.iri.atcn-
��wan and  .M; e na. exo'pting n and I'1'.,
not reserve!  may lie homesteaiied by
���By person who is the sole bead ee! e
family, or <��� :-i-. male en. r is years of
age; to tb��' ��� :*i<nt of one-.piaiter sec
lion Of 16" a  les, more or less.
AppUca''"!' for entry must be
made in p.i.-'ii by the- applicant at
Domini' I.anils Agency or Mlei-
agency fcr the elistriet in which the
Igad is si;'i :'e.. Kntry l,\ proxy may.
however, be niaeb' al an agency on
Certain C<':i'l: ."Us by tiie father, moili-
er, son, iriii-rit.T, ln-oilier or srin-r of
gn intend in.;   honn-sii a ler.
The hon ' .-'. ailer is I'l'jnired lee per-
fora the :u>i':t'--ti.;i<l eliilii-.s imdcr one
Of the foi ��' '��� -ng  plans:
(1) A; b-a.-t six months' residence
upon an: < erivutiru ee;' ihe land in
each ye.i.        inie,, >ear>.
(2) A bi .1 '''.I le; 111 I, , ii he so
desires, , > . nil en- required resi-
denee d ' Iri n- cn ia;mill-
land OWI. ���..'.;��� :>' 111 III. Ie.lt ll'<-
than  afl'y,,  vi"i    ;ie ri'r-    He   extern,   ia
��� the' vici:       ...  iti    h "inestead.   Join
owner Bit  ���      , m i
teet. J
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
'..   Lo     I to 9 I Inci isive) of a | ���������
in   il I..   94, Gn ... I, Map 140, New
"���  sl minster dist riet
Whi  ea ol  the los- of Cer
tificate of Title Number 15715a, Issued
In the  ii ime of  Peter Latham,    in,
���   ie I : 'il in this offi ie.
Notice ls herebj given that I sha!'.
al the expiration of one month from
the elate, of the first publication hereof, Issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
Objl iio:i be made to me in writing.
C. S. KKITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. ('., Oct. 21. l'JU7.
lng des '���
lands
e    . ... acing  al  a   post  plante I  al
the south e Timb< r Limit
N '. 9827, thei i        ith 80 chains, west
BO ch ' chains, and easl
BO i bains, to poinl of comment en
HARRIET FORD,
Per s. H. Ford, Agent-
October 1. 1907.
NOTICE   TO   Cr.ECTCRS.
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IX THE MATTER    ol   the  Betat-   ���
Alexander Ewi i    la t tl     i
v ��   Westi tin ste ���,  British <
umbia. eie i'. a e '.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY GIVEN pur-
e ��� ml to tin' Revised Statutes e.r Brit-
ti. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet is;> Columbia, Chapter 187, that all
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occcupatlon creditors and others having claim-;
lady,  intends to apply for a special against the Esute of Alexander Ewen,
who  (Led on or abou;   the   s:h  day  of
July, 1907, are required on or before.
license  over  the   following   described
lands on Texada Island.
Conimencing  at   a  jkisi   planted  at
���
names, addresses   and    descriptions;
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
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aas pe;,
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treet J
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10 for J
Wl ..I
'    $1,JI
I not meet this
regulrei:
(3)    1; ���' ���      ; lor i o;- m, ;:,.:���. if the
father i- ��� '������ ��� i.-eii e o: a been:' .-leader
resilience-  on   farming
land   OV .:��� ���!    ��� b ���     him.    II el    less
than ei.-'e'.. . ii ;,. ;. s ia extent, iii
the vicii. ��� oi :h :,���<>.11*��� te id, or upon a he ..' : -ail i-niereel for ;,y him
in the vi -ini'v, such lioneiesteuek-r may
perform ;:������- own residence duties by
living wl'li rie father lor mother).
: (_) The ���-: ai "vicinit; " in the two
'���precedii;:; , :a-raphs ri defined as
iueanin -,-���: more tii.in nine miles In
a dire.;    ::,-.��� xe-la -i.e of tie   v, i lib
Ot    rOael Hies    croSS"i|        ill        111''
measui'   ���
(5)    \        nesteader  Intending    t i
perfon ��� i b u, ������  .lira--   in  ai -
cordan "���       ' ''.';������ living
with p. ���   ' . ;    .ri ,:. 1 e.,- !,
ed hj ;,--s'   notify the agenl
for the " "' ���-    '���'. i:,'.ntion.
gi^i : ' notice' in writing musl
n to the Commissioner of Do-
al (Ittawa, eef intention
eatent.
W.  VV. CORY,
���  Minister of the interior.
mthorlz   '  publication ��� I
lisement   will  nol   be  paid
TAKE NOTICE that application has
iee'e-n made to register Joseph Tays as
i iie owner in Fee Simple, undei a Tax
Sale l> ed from C. C. Fisher to Joseph
Tays, bearing date tii" 16th daj ol N i
member, A. D. 1904, of all an I i i
. ������ thai . erl iin , arci I or ti acl ��� lan I
and pn mises BiUute, lying and bi Ing
in the Disl rii I of New \\ estmin ter,
In the Prov Ince of British Col imbia,
more particularly known and d scribed aa Lol 13, Block 5, subdh i i a of
Lot 201, Group 1.
You ami cecli ol  you are  requli   .
i ' c mtesl   : he ��� laim ol I he  ta ���.  purcha or wiibin forty-flv ' days fr m the
date of  tin'   Brsl   publication ol   thia
....    " upon you, ol h< i v. Ise 1 Baa I r ig-
Ister Joseph Ta; s as owner thereof In
���. .    ..ll  here ,;-  direct that publl-
��� bis notice for one month in
i  ,! Ilj   newspaper  published al   New
:: Inster ftii) I e goo i and sufficienl   ��� 'rvice i hereof.
e. ite l al  thi   L .ii I Ri gistry Office,
New Westminsti r, . i   vince of British I
.' lum la,   this   26th  d iy  of  October,
A.  D, 19 ri.
C.   S,   KEITH,
1 lis: rii .   ilerisi .ar.
"si..
the south east corner of Timber Limit &��  i:"h day of   December,  1907, to
No. ns2."e. thence south SO chains, west semi by post prepaid, or deliver to the
80  chains,  north   80  chains, and east undesigned, their Christian  and Bur-
80 chains, to point of commencement
HARRIET FORD.
Per S H Ford  Agent rhe ful1 Particulars of their claims, da-
October l. 1907. ������'���' verified; the statement of their ac-
 . , ���  couni  and the nature of 'he security,
1.   TAKE    NOTICE    that     Harriet if any.  held by Mem. anel
Ford, of Hammond, ll. ('., occupation pURTHER TAKE NOTICE that af-
lady,    inten,Is    to apply for a special ,���.. s|li.,_   ,a8)  ������.,��� = ,������.,,  .,....,  ,hc. ,.,..
irr,
LAND    ACT.
Form tf Notice.
e  ,  .1    iu
Ml ns    ��� -. \- 2 v Ith this ine' Ic i,
....        ...in.; thvo igh or under
, : ,   ������ ;   ill iers ms claiming any :n-
.   ii   ...  -.il  land  '���-.-  vi:tue of an.v
,���   egisi      I   Insl r iment, an !  all  ; er-
������ -  claii i ..     : ay  Interest    in    sai 1
land   by   desi ��� at,   whose  title   is  net
registered under the provisions of the
Land Registrj   Act," shall te forever
.   e l an l  debarred    from setting
up any cl iim to or in resp< cl of the
said : ind s i sold for tax. s as | rovided
th    "Land Registry Act."
Timber Notices
timber license over the following des-
ribed lamls:
Commencing at a post planted ai
the north easi corner of lol 235, south
east of Gilli's Buy, thence easl 60
chain-, thence south to the shor',
i hi ine we itei: al ing I ie I ore to lo'
235, theni e ea and ;. rth along tho
' ound '���:'.��� i :' I .o 2 13, lo the , oinl "f
��� ommenceme il
HARRIET FORD
November 1.  1907.
2. TAKE NOTICE thai Harriet
Ford, ol Hammond, ib O, occupation
Ladj. Intends to apply for n sp. ci. 1
I im ,' r license e\ er the follow ing described land-.
' lommi ncinj U a posi planted at
the south eas- ' irner of section 21.��
about '2.\,. ���...:',- - south easl of Gilli's
Bay, Texada Island, thence south 80
chains, thence easi BO chains, thenc i
north 80 chains, thence west y > chains
to poim of commencement,
HARRIET FORD.
Novem er 1.  1907.
:;. TAKE Nl ITICE that Han i I
Ford, of Haiumon 1. B. C, occ ipatl ia
la ly, Intends to apply for a specL'.l
limber license over the following
di sei lhi A lan ri :
Commencing at a post planted al
the south-easl corner of Section 22,
and about Bve miles south-east of
Gillis hay, Texada island, thence 60
.���bains south, thence west to iho
shore, th nce northerly along the
shi re to the south line of S< ction 19,
thence e isl to thi ; oinl of commeni e-
ment,
HARRIET  FORD.
November   1,   1907.
ecutors, John Hendrj and John B.
.lai line., will procee 1 to distribute th ���
assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having rega i
only to the claims of which they shall
then have notice, and thai i he sai I
executors will nol be liable for the
said as lets or anj pan thei eof to ee
on or persons ol �� hose claims no
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LARD
LARD
Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
LARD
Ate Low Prices for Cash
20 pound  Pail    $2.t_0
10 pound Tin    $1.3=1
5 pound Tin      -70
3  pound Tin    J3
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
LARD
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.th day of Xo\ emi er, I ��� 17.
ib.y
MARTIN  &   McQl ARRIE,
Si 1 ; -    for    John   Hendry an.!
John H. Jardine, ��� xecutors of the
said   Estate.
NOTICE  TO   CREDITORS.
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$ 1,00C I
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4$yK   \. ��� .    I.and   Im-t::       Hi ���
fcrict of New Westminster, B. C.
,ke noiice that  James Sharpe, of
Westminster,   B.   C, occupation
Lumleei man.    intends    in  apply   for a
Special  ;:���:!��� r license ov   r tlle  following desci iie. : lands: ���
Comme bcin,-; at n post planted on
the Wo.-t bank of Twenty-five Mile
Creek, about two miles from the l-.il-
looett River, then"e Kast fort1' chains,
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
commencing at a post plauted at the
north east corner of Timber Limit No.
vvv'2, New Westminster Dist., thence
south SO chains, east 80 chains, nortii
South, one hundred and sixty chains,   so chains, and west SO chains, to poin;
West, foiiy (hains. North one hundred   of commencement.
and sixty (hains    to   point   of   commencem nt
JAMBS SHARPE.
Date, Oilnbe:   10,  1907.
LAND    ACT.
Form  of Notice.
i.    TAKE   NOTICE    that    Harriet
Kuril, of Hammond, li. C��� occupation!
lady, Intends  to apply  for a special
timber   license   over    the    following
described lands:
TAKE NOTICE that  Harriet Ford,;    Commencing at  a  post  planted  u
eef Hammond,  B, C, occupation lady,ithe south-west corner of location No.
Intends to apply for a special timber  p,   about   four   miles    south-easterly;
liceuse over  the'  following  described from Gillis bay, Texada island, thenco
lands:    lu New Westminster district, | east to location  N'o. 8, thence south
to   Lot  235,  tiience   west   and   south i
along the boundary of the said Lot 235 ;
- to  the  shore,   thence    westerly  an.!
I northerly to th ��� paint of commencement.
1 HARRIET PORD.
November  1,   1907.
October t,
HARRIKT FORD,
Per 11. S. Ford, agent.
190'.
IN  THE  MATTER of the  Estate  of
John Connal Whyte. late Of the city j
of New   Westminster,   British  Columbia,  deceased.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY GIVEN,  pur-
en:.-   to the Revised Statutes cf Brit |
Ish Columbia, Chapter  w.    that all
creditors  and  others    having  chiir.is
against  the estate of  the  said  John
Connal Whyte, who died on or aboat
the Oth day of October.  1907, are required  on or  before the  Until day ril
November, 1907, to send by post, pre- .
paid,  or deliver  to the  undersigned,
their Christian and surnames, aeldress- |
es and descriptions;  the full particu-i
lars of their claims duly verified; the
statement of their account and the na-
ture of tin- security, if any, held by
theni;   and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after such last mentioned elate' the executrix, Margaret R, Whyte, will pro- i
ceed to distribute the assets of the de-
ceased among   the     parlies    entitled (
thereto,  having  regard    only  to  the,
claims of  which she  shall  then have |
notice,   and   that   the   said   executrix!
wm not he liable for the said assets
or any part thereof to any person or
persons of whose claims notice skill
not  have been received by her at the
time of such distribution.
.1. D. KENNEDY,
Solicitor for  Margaret  R.  Whyte, executrix as aforesaid,
Dated the tth day    of    November,
1907.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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Just to hand from THF OriD COUNTRY a large consignment
of beautiful colored warm-lined Slippers. YOU SHOULD SEE
THEM. The variety is pleasing and attractive, while the prices are
suprisingly MODERATE.
Again we have just taken out of bond a very select consignment of the famous Dick Waterproof Boots. .Boys' for School Wear, ri
Men's for City Wear, Ladies' for Wet Weather. Tor dry, warm feet \y
try the Dick Boot.    Only at 2
I The Old Country Boot Store,  -
||        i J.   STEWART,    Proprietor
1 ���ri*4ri**=:
Columbia St. i
J.   STEWART,
':������'���������'" ������:' ���������*:'.'���������#���::
that    Harriet
C. occupation i
for  a special'
the   following
New  \\. -linin. ier. Leuiel  Distric!, DiS-
KjtrLt of .New Westminster, B, C.
TaK.   noiice   tliat .lames Sharpe, of
New   \\ "-tiiii'ist'T.  II.   C,  occupation,
Lum1   ; mui,   intends to apply for n
���pecie'l  iriri'i   license over tlle following de ..-. ilu d   hinds;
. Co11>:e11 iiciti.n -ii :i pnst plauted on
the v., i bunk of Twi-niy-five Mile
Creel, n-., ,,-. two miles from the Lll-
i River, th< nce Wi'st forty chains,
h. one hundred and sixty chnins,
forty (hain i, North one- hundred
sixty chains in point of com-
bement.
JAMES SHARPE,
Date. <    loleer io.   I'.HiT.
j     5.    TAKE   N'OTICE
��� Ford, of Hammond, B,
2. TAKE NOTICE tnat Harriet lady, inten.Is to applj
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady, timber license over
intends to apply tor a Bpecial llm er described lands:
license over the following described Commencing al a post planted ft!
lands on Texada Island. Commencing 1 the north-easl corner of Section 21,
at a post, planteei at the south wes; aDout four miles south-easterly of
corner of lol 15, thence south S.i fini* bay, Texada island, thence 160
chains east SO cbains, north SO chains,  chains south, thence in chaius east,
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
aiiel west SO chains to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per s. ll. Ford. Agent.
October   I.   1907.
thence
chains
ment.
Movi
180   chains  north.
west   ue  poinl of
thence   to
commi n- '-
HARRIET
1907.
FORD.
"*
TAKE   NOTICE    thai    Harri
of Hammond, B. O, oci upatl
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet i 6,
Pord, of Hammond, occupation lady,! For!
intends to applj tor a special Tinnier lady, Intends to apply for a Bpeclnl
License over tho following described timber license over tha following
lands. described lands:
Commenc!ug at a post plained Kt Commencing al a posl planted et
the south west corner of Timber Llm- the south-west corner of Section 7. aa
It. 9828, tbence west so chains. iorth shown on map about half a mile north
SO chains, ens; SO chains, and south of Glllls bay, Texada isl ind. thenco
SO chains t i point of commencement, east SO chains, thence north sn chains,
LAND   REGISTRY  AC
October 4, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. II. Ford, agent.
luni-
igbt-
leiri
AY?
:e i
outb
e lots ie and 6, of block 2, su idlv-
l��lon of pints of section iri. block 5,
north raui.o L'.west. New Westminster
district. Whereas proof of the loss
of certificate of title number 13979 a,
issued iii tlie- name of Frederick Wil-
Uani Smith has been filed in this
Office
./Notice is hereby given that I shall! west 80 chains, north SO chnins, and
I. 'I'AKE NOTICE thai Hani. I
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
Intends to appply tor a special Timbei
License over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east, corner of Timber Limit  No.  9S2S, tlience south  80  cliains,
10
ilrd
11.
kali
tt the expiration of one month from
.tke dale of the  first, publication hereof, issue- n duplicate of the s.ald cer-
tlficnti' , unless In the meantime valid
Objclieui !,e made to me in writing,
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Laid   registry  office.   New  Westmin
i&��ter. ll. C, Sept. 16, 1907.
east sn chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORI).
Per S. II. Ford, agent.
October  1, 1907.
5. TAKE NOTICE that. Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply tor a special Timber
thence   west   80  chains,   thence  BOUth
so chains to | oinl ot :ommi ncemen+.
HARRIET FORD.
November  1,  1907.
7. TAK,. NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B, ('.. occupation
lady, Intends to apply for a special
limber license over the following described hinds:
Commencing at a post planted about
10 cliains north of the south-east corner of Section (1, about a half mile
north of (Iillis Lay, thence SO chains
north, thence sn chains west, thence
80 ,'hains south, thence 80 chnins
enst to point ot commencement,
HARRIET FORI).
November  I, 1907.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the under signed, ami endorsed "Tender tor Detention Building, Victoria,
It. ('.," will be received at ibis office
until .Monday. December 2, 1907, inclusively, for the const ruction of a Detention Buildiug at Victoria, li. V.
Plans and specification can be se a
anel   forms of  lender  obi lined at   this
Deparl in.uu and on application to Wl
liam Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, ll. C,
Persons tend, ring are notified th il
tenders will not lie considered unless
mad ��� on the printed form supplied,
and s'g'.n ,1 with their actual .signatures.
Each tender must le accompanied
by an accepted cheque ou a chartered
haul,, made payable to the order of
the Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, eequal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
of the amount ot the tender, which
will be forfeited it' the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or if be
fail to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender le not accepted th'
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender,
lly Oreler,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department ot Public Works,
Cttawa, Novem er 2, 1907.
Newspapers wlll nol be paid tor this
advertisement If they inserl ll without
n.r,'.-. rl1,;,' from th? !>. i artment,
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
B ULLE'T IN
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35> m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone  194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
VY. A. UOSS. Assistant General l'ass. Agt.. Seattle, Wash.
in
ADVERTISE.  IN THE  NEWS PAGE.  EIGHT
THE  DAILV  XEWS.
TUESDa/
Building   Lots
Fine residential site on Third
Street, 2 lots on a good corner
for $1,200.00 on terms.    :   :
tire
Salt
pre
td   b
I   a
process which separates every atom
of foreign substance from the salt.
WINDSOR TABLE. SALT is
pure, indeed !
148
DISAPPOINTED IN LOVE,
MAN CUTS DIS THROAT
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H, VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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WRAPPING PAPER
PAPER BAGS
AND TWINE
GET   our   prices  ||
before buying  ||
out of town.
J. J. MACKAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
PTMnnr ���
7Y/�� 5��S7"=
Xews :...- reached the city of tha
d-.-a::. by suicide of Samuel Toda, o!
tbi-- city,  which occurred iu Victoria
��� :. 8 .i: lay evening. The cau��e of the
- ac: ia said to have been a love
affair, ia which the young roan waa
jilted by :be girl whom he was about
to wed.
Very iiu.'e is known in thi.- city of
tha dec-eased. He came here from the
Eastern States a few weeks ago an!
obtaii-'-i employment in Fred Lynchri
cigar maa [factory. He made several
tri;. lo Victoria rince his arrival here,
and affer his return a few elays ago,
he seemed very dejected in spirits.
He weat I Victoria again la.-t Saturday evidently ta auain visit his fiancee, a-nd nothing more was heard from
him until yt-sterday, when the secre-
tary of the locai Cigarmakers' unicn
:,-t--2\'eii a telegram from Victoria to
the effect that he had committed suicide. He was about 27 years of age.
Local frien'ls are eneleavoring to locate liis relatives in the east.
The tragedy took jilace in front of
Premier McBride's residence, Toda
first attempting to murder Miss Lottie
Dodd, the girl with whom he was in ���
fntuated.
_    ��� -olt-n from her in cl
hood, thi ������       i���-    ���
title capacity of a "ix ml -
Minnesota farm.    A 0n< ri '
on will lee furnished for the ;
which is in four acts and eig     -������ nes
and a   ��� ...   tent   and      -    ���   mpany
employed.   The tide role will be
the ex* - : ���      clevei  eccenti
comedienne,    Miss   Aimee   Conimon.
One scene, showing the Interior < f a
Swedish church in Minneapolis,    will
be ie iteworthy,    as the Swedish i
riage ceremony    with   full choir will
occur as the finale of the play and a
fitting   termination    to   a delightful
story.   A sjecial feature (>f the entertainment will    be the   a;.j.earance of!
Master    Jack    Rollin in a  prominent j
part.   This ;.oung actor bas few eq I ���-
in ability and his specialties are most
artistically   given.     Prices���75 cents
50c, and -rie.
Cookers and Heaters
In Town, are to be
Purchased at : : :
BRYSON & SONS
Agents for Monarch Ranges
"Where To Go," a weekly publication devoted to the advertising of tne
resources of British Columbia, and
moTe particularly Vancouver, will
shortly devote considerable space io
a careful writeup of New Westminster- The weekly is primarily a tourists' guide, is well gotten up, and contains much valuable information to intending settlers and others interested
in B. C. resources. It is profusely il
liH.tr_ated.
187 Columbia St.
Tel. ���5
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS fif PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
.An obstruction in the sewer tn the
Central school grounds which has
been causing trouble for some time
was yesterday discovered to be the
root of a tree which had crept between the lengths of pipe at a joint
and had gradually enlarged until ir
interfered materially with the flow of
water. Nourished by the moisture,
the root had grown into a bunch of
fibre, taking up about twelve feet of
lineal space in the pipe. Considerable
mystery surrounds the root, as there
is no surface growth in the vicinity,
the nearest tree being nearly twenty
yards away.
The
'Eclipse}
Bread
Maker
Simple in Construction
Perfect in Operation
Easiest to Clean
Will mix and
knead a batch of dough
thoroughly in three minutes without hands
touching the
dough.
ANDERSON
fi? LUSBY
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
NEW
POST  CARDS  AT  MOREY'S
Hew Post Card Albumns at Morey's
New Tea Sets and China at Morey's
Pickard
China
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
STUDIO, CHICAGO, OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT     OF    PICKARD     HAND
Villagers  Flee  From   Slide
Barcelona, Nov. 11.���An earthquake
today caused a serious landslide close
to the  village of Valcombre, the inhabitants of which fled.
W��w Goods of all Kinds Arriving daily   PAINTED CHINA.
 AT  I 	
MOREY'S w-1 o-h*
217-219 Columbia St.
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
JUST ARRIVED
A fresh   stock of Raisins, Currants, Peels, Spices,
Shelled Almonds, Walnuts, etc., etc.
Also a shipment of China Crockery and Glassware
FINALE   OF   PLAY
WILL  BE  SWEDISH
MARRIAGE  SCENE
One of the most w. lcome engagements of the theatrical season is that
of the Swedish dialect play "Tilly
Olson, t<e be played al the New Westminster Opera House tonight Manager Fred Falkner in presenting this
comedy-drama is providing the mosl
consistent anel realistic play based upon the traits of Scandinavian character, that has ever been shown on the
stage. Tilly is a young Swedish girl
fnll of dry humor anel possi ssed of th
characteristic traits eef the daughters
of Scandinavia.    Her rightful property
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
ADAMS & DEANS      Investigate
The  City Grocery.
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j Electric Railway Service j
at once, two new modern residences, now under construction, which we have- rii sale on Second street, near
Third avenue. Large lot, lane at back, cemenl foundation and cellar, furnace anl everything  up-to-date.
PRICE  RIGHT���TERMS EASY.
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver and    way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both fcap-
perton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on tbe hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, com mencing at  6:20 a.  in.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave o
at ten  minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the  hour,  commencing  at  C:c!0
a. in.
Sunday Service   Cair-nouny be- < >
���wen S.oO a.m. and 11 p.m.        j]
;: British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd t
;
Embroidery
Linens
Only a few more weeks till the one [prevail
thought'will be, What to give for Xmas pn
Many women work up Linens as being thi
suitable and to those we beg to announce a nev.��.,
sortment of all kinds of Jfi&w
Sheer Handkerchief Cambrics WS
Sunny white Sheer Linens of finest Irish make
the proper handkerchief weights.
Round Thread Linens 36 to 54 inches in v,.r
and in the proper qualities for embroidering)
drawing.
Stamped Linens- A new lot just received^
eluding Fancy Cushion Tops, Tinted Shadow Cushi
Tops, Stamped Doylies, Tray Cloths, Table Covi
and Evelet Centres in all sizes.
W. S. COLLISTER & Col
LEADERS IN  MILLINERY.
247 Colombia Street, ��� ��� New Westmi_n>��e
e<
The Canadian Bank of Comm
ere
Innfli
'wrtc
. Ow
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E.   WALKER. President. ALEX.   LAIRD,   General Mi;
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rates:
$5 and under      ..
Over ib and not exceeding $10  i   enti
Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10   enu
Over $:;u an l nol exceeding $60 15   enu
These orders  are  PAYABLE AT PAH at any office    in  Canadi
Chartered  Bank  (Yukon   excepted), and at tbe principal banklnt
the United  States.
Negotiable at a fixe<l  rate at
THE CANADIAN   HANK  OF  COMMERCE, LONDON. ENO
The;,  form an  excellent  method of remitting   Bmall   nuna  ol
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R DAVIDSON. Msnagtr.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS 7 So TO 9 P.M.
House  of Quality ...
SHIRTS
We are' showing the latest In���
ENGLISH   OXFORDS  AND CHAMBRIAS.
1 =
With cuff attached or detached, in Btripes or checks.
Remember the unshrinkable Collars    quarter i   ���
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
P.  8.��� LATEST TIES.
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CASH   CLOTHIERS       &*��
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W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122,     Offlce   Ti I.  16.
G   K.  Qille
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL    Dl iLERS  IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime. B. C P��
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tele. Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn PreiW*
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fere Clay, Gartcraig F.re Brick. ,Llv rp��
Salt.  Forge Coal, Common   Brick, Sand, Gravel  and Crushed Rock
i
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Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to resi.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
I
YOU   REQUIRE h
NEW sun
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWARf
Next door Hotel Astor
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The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe!
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Ihe Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
Xew Westminstei' branch P�� ��'
Box 646. ,
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