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 INSURANCE
WH1TE, SHILES & CO.
250 Columbia St. [Phone 85
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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME 3, NUMBER 211.
LOGGERS ANXIOUS TO
SEE LIMITS OPENED
Small Millmen Will Appeal
to Provincial Government
Against Speculators.
Vanco iver, Dec. 28. -Claiming thai
,, . u, unable to obtain Bufflcieni
standing timber tor iheir legltlma .
jIllIU,.,iv needs, and alleging that
nractlcu . a" ""' timber on the Bi .1
Ijk Columbia coast is being held bj
meculaioi , a number of small Baw
-ID own ;il'd loggers have started
a tnov
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.   C,   THURSDAY MORNING,  DECEMBER  24, 1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COP1.
menl 1�� secure relief from tne
provlm       "'���'' nnii'in at the nexi   1
. , h gislature in January,
���j ���, ,,     mall in llmen   and    log|
upplles  of standing tim-
��� 1.- of the big lumber num
ompanle . and slni e    thi
n [overutneni   placi d   a
...... , .. all crow n   limber land
.  , up their  timber    hol I
1.. in thi   position ni ha
l0      ��� .nn 1 he  ... -vie tin j  di
ig   for   apecu atlve purpo ���
.1    in.- alleged    to be
'. .1  vi emenl  m id.   ;��� -
��� ...   1 he    nten  ivi ,
ition ��� iltlon the
��� - naet  ai   the im thcoming
li glBlatun , amendmeni
1 ning un
land .....i.v..
ill  in    u'cing th,
���.
As   all   tui
���
gulai li ui    .1    1:     -'... ���   11
.....     . ; .
......
i-ecoui
. Ini    .    ... .1:.
,11 on thi   ,..i in
���   :v   ....     :.
ii throw open
una tide logger
.. thai  the;     hall
;  lies., lands for tiieir immed-
SAINT mums HANDS
(ITS TO CHILDREN
PI
���asant   Entertainment   by     st      An.
drtw's Sunday School���Present.
a*'��n to Rev. Mr. Henderson.
.""  ���'���' ��� m -.. the Yuwiide, St
N'li bola     bein ,
a    Santa
di It)
1
CARNEGIE MAY BE IN
STEEL BUSINESS AGAIN
Impression Prevails That He
and Schwab Are Traveling
in Double Harness.
known  10 chlldnood
.w   the    presiding
annual entertainment ol
'*"���' l-UP'la Of St. Andrew's chu
u  wa    right   that    a    school!
1 '"���"' l'";": Peebles, should play the'
pU11' ''���' Santa Claus with a Scottish
a   little   unusual,   though
''.'   '��� 11  a   ���'i'i-.u  success.   He
..sslsted   v.   Roy   Henderson   and
William li... a   clowns, a huge Christ-
'��&<-   lie..   v,.:l,   it     load Of  toys   was
lou to    ... 1 hlidren, and ai
11 '���-"'     ��� pu.--.-ii from
iand- ol Santa Claus to the little
��� 1 v ; .  had ��� 1 be requisition-
ee of 11 ��� bounti ss.
I;' ���   J ��� p .      m  presided  dur-
h an ; . apa ity of
.   noi   ba ���    wi 11
,; more.
v.  .    disappointed   in
- ��� nei   M   Miss  Munn,   howi ver
r cap     e    a enl.   Nol
��� ;n    were:     Piano
. M. .\li N'iven,
������'       McNiven   and the  1 ontri*
f'ame on l'/unil;., vocal
"lien   aking
The     llecord-
iind.-r a .New
lie, .-ni
th�� man
ler
Chlcag ,    Dec.    23,
i Herald, in a news anlcl
rch last j York   date,  says.
The Impression gained In many
quarters from Andrew Carnegie's testimony before the House ways and
means committee that the Laird of Ski-
ii.i Ib back in the steel business again,
is further strengthened in Wall street,
where it Is reported on what was said
to be excellent authority that, he Is
ih. real power in Charles M Schwab's
Bethlehem Steel company.
In other words. Carnegie's common
nen.se and Schwab's geniuq ari 1 bought
to be travelling In doubl.. harness
again.
CHICAGO WILL TXPENU
$28,000,000 FOR BEAUTY
WOULD CROSS OCEAN
IN DEEP SEA BALLOON
CANCEL BABES IN T0VLAND
OWING TO LACK OF SUPPORT
Hair - Brained Aeronauts
Propose to Take Aerial
Route to Their Finish.
Indian.ipolis Dee. v ,\ balloon trip
that will attract general attention Is
being arranged here by Carl G. Fisher
and George I.. Bun-baugh, The proposed flight will be acn.* the Atlantic
ocean.
The plan is to mal,. the trip In a
gigantic balloon, attach d to which
will be twenty smaller Bupply balloons
:hu gae from which may be fed into
the larger balloon If necessarj by a
le.iV v . iii tead of a basket 1 can y
the passengers, a *peciall\ ' ull boat
will be used.
Management Finds Public Take   Little
Interest  in   Local  Productions���
Playgoers   Must   Assist.
GOTHAM PAWNSHOPS
TO BE CLOSELY WATCHED
The announcement is mad... that the
compan) bringing "Babes in Toyland''
to the opera house tonight cancelled
the engagement, owing to the poor
sU-ppon given In the advance bookings
it Is unfortunately true that the public ha* not suppoited the local man-
agement In the way it should this
sea 1 n and about only two bookings
recently have really proved profitable.
Tbe pnhlid cannot expect good companies to come here when they are
not assisted by a fair recompense for
the   trouble.
Complaints have been made In pant
years that the class of comoanies
playing Inre are poor, but this year
.Manager Macgowan has included such
high-Class attractions as "The Lion
and the Mouse," "Richard Jose," .and
"The Jefferson Boys" in a classic like
"The Rivals," and all have been very
JAIL DOORS OPEN
EOR SAMUEL G0MPERS
American Labor Leader Sentenced to Twelve Months
Imprisonment.
Washington, LK.e. 23,��� Justice
Wright, of the gUDri me court of the
district of Columbia, today found President Gompers, of ihe American Federation of Labor; Secretary Frank
Morrison and .lolin Mitchell, former
president of the mine workers' union, guilty of having "flagrantly violated" an injunction granted by Justice Gould at the application of the
Buck Stove &. Ra ige company fixing
their  punishment a.   V.owv
Gompers, on.- year in jail; Mitchell,
nine months in jail; Morrison, six
months in jail.
The three labor lead,:-- affected by
the decision were In court when the
opinion was read and they promptly
gave notice of appe&l. President
Gompers was released on bonds of
?500U.    The  amount of  the   bonds of
$1000 and
______________________
ana ..
1      .-
i Lizzie  Peters',
,    Mie
1 'lull, I in. oth    Trapp,
fri
, ., ���      Mc
EJ    ��� ���    !.
S.
\. on    I
lined  bj   those
(flute .solo), Berita Roach, L .
id   Burl Gnu;     nd   Vudrej   Lewi
-'.,,. Cla 1    ������ .    fhe
. ��� noustrai ion on
���a      bildren, and  l.;    ac
tions '    le i
ill;:' lon   of
ho    ���        ehaii    -   hini    by    the
���    ��� '..  . iastor
I  hi    co    :    ���    lire   I hi in     hai    hi
.. 1..   much,  und   there
In . onnei tion  wil:i
,   .    ... is  more at-
��� ��� ���     i ��� 1.,  . .1   30
.1  for  son . id he ��    '-��� .1   0
istance  given
nflrcatory   legi rt'im.
West End Methodist.
... r of Ch
in ': - ce thi
ac ���  ��� he V I :       ' ���
ent  tim ���   '*
holdin an in
()ll .... and      i'llogues
Plans   cf   Commercial   Club   for   Civic j
Betterments Are Ecicj Made on
A Huye Scale.
Bill
1 Ii   .. .... I ..v. 23.    A fi w ol the pre-
.  . lans Of thi   i 'iiii.e rclal club
for  the   utilization  of    Ch ���    - '-    i\-
sourci   . and the    adornmeni    of    its
al aspect:  ....   likelj  1 1   et into
' . latun   this winter    1 hi   law
yers retained by the club* are looking
ove pi ovisions  of the posed
. and some other suggest! I bills
... lew ;o i.i ��� sentlng a  modest
..1.1  ni  ; h ��� genera]  scheme of a new-
city.
Whai ;.-  n conti mplation a   th.
ro   ���    ni its entiretj only
about ��� 000 - not  to be ��� .**.;������
to be con -id. n d In a
.1    . which recognizes that
11     a .. y 01    wenty-flve :��� ��� ar
will   :.-   : ���   1      mere ���   for thla
;... nl of the gi neral plan.
n,�� *,,, D.c. _,-.. _i��� .���, J POULTRY SHOW FAVORED
pa   ed, make the pawnshops i
��� 1 (,-    ter N'ew Y011, vlntially ,.  pari |
of the , olli -  .viv   n 1 n      ��� bably will
be Ini oduced in the legislai ire wflich
I onvi v    ;;��� Albany, at the Instance ol
Police    Commissioner    Bingham.    Although  Bingham h 1    made no
anno     ��� mi nt   about   the  matter,   - e-
.������ :,;    - Ice investlgai lon    iave sh iwn
II Is -iid. that so 111.111;  pawn brokers
Ically In league wii b   ��� ti
hat      Ingeni b gislation   0    11 gi ate
: ten    - ie c 11 -.u\.
A   I dlj  repoi; of . ach daj 'a    busl-
n ������ all pawnshop     n tl     cit)   bj
.'   which  di teci ���      co ild  lay
flngi :.- almost   tmme , ���:��� y    on
-*- ��� 1 articles, ��111 ' ���-   hi  ������ ature and
.il 1 ..a-,   io i,i.       ipo    1  bill,
said,
RY LOCAL FANCIERS
Many   Breeders   Willing   to   Join   New
Association���Would   Hold Annual   Exhibitions  Each  Year.
_____________
nation
... in      , mie   m
!  timber  Ian is from
,111    illll.-t'ill   ���
_  them.
Iven h
-..   im. ui   \\ II h      hehl    in
the school
.'. ILL RETURN
TO PRUbECUTE CALHOUN
kill
one
""' i.i. c. 2a!.-    1 am -. ing
���-* .11  Fi am Isco to linlsh  Pat-
and I am going 10
���" prosecution evi n II
the dii'i'.-i. in-.- n bethei
: nine nr  1 i\t.. nine
1    lienej   made  'bis  - at.
113   h hi n  a 1<ed  ��1.1
.    .      An bough weak t; .uu !
1 ni.l   Inflicted  b.\   Mon -   Haas' I
M i'    I lene)   profi s. ,1   1., nave
"i his   nthuslasm.   ll.  won 1
the ... vs b ������ dangi rs ol his
rob bis work of aonn   of Its
'in.'
the
period  with-'considered suitable,    Mrs. (Rev  1  F. A.
��� hen in thc ch
gram,  mid   Mesdames  O 01       Adams
an :   i .. ua   I,   .... I   M  ���-"     -1-
. \ McKam an drilling tin ��� 1 ��� ��� '
in  elocution     The  ��� .ening    W ll ��� be
���in to a 1 ivitb the de .
lion of a Chri��l
St. Paul s Reform" 1 Episcopal and
.|,,, w, S| pre ibyterian churches will
hold their annual entertainments on
Tin-day  next,
ROVEP.S   INVITED   TO
PLAY   PORT  HAMMONdI
An  int ia lon  has v - a    mended  to
....        os nd ��� ni.i   to
1                   ud on _ ti  noon,
\\    i,                  ... ..mil.  afti      thi
: .,-.1 and expects to 1 send
ood eleven .1 of  Inti   .
Iut
TICKET LOST IN CINCH tiAME
WINS FIRSf PRIZE IN DRAW!
CREATES DISPOSITION
FOR SELECTED CDILDREN
in .    .   I by seniors. Def
inite .11 rangi monts will be   madi    to
il....    The   ��� niors will -Va <m Hanni
,111   Aberdeen   man,  tomorrow, and   hi
will be givi    .... out,   The new
has .:  goo       , v. Von  as an outsld
bui. Lumsden, who takes that positioi
has  um  been able  to play  ri gu
and a  di putj  woul 1  be welcome, To
morrow's  leagu    garni   is    attracting
��� cn 1 11 : ,1 le    Inti " rat.     The    Sh    .    chi 1st wi
i.h-v will    ti i over a good team, and  i>   pipes
the Kovei    v.    .. out at practice yea
ti rday.    Before  the  senior game  thi
intermedlati 3  and     Has   lvm
���  In 11 friendly L-ame.
C.*,.e  Gilchrist   is   H?ppy   Eacause  Joe
Mahoney  Held Poor Hand Some
Days Ago��� Winners.
The revising committees of the provincial exhibition yesterday completed their examination of the schedule
for next year, .-\ei*i>i the poultry and
the ladV and children's classes, left
10 the charjje of the Women's council.
Th.. reason the poultry has noi yet
been lix**.l up Is that the Westminster
��� 1. rs linen' e to form their own
funci< is' ass iciailon, havin 5 bi ��� n
pr. vion-!,. dependenl upon the Van
1 ��� mr association, and alreadj 50
promises have ��� en 1.. c lit 1.1 tor
ne :n ien hip rn' the new asso< lation
They will probably hold their "shows
in conjunction with the exhibition^and
iw j ear, o\\ in^_ to the V iw being
later, M will be moi ��� favoi ible (or
the birds, which are moulting a ioui
the 1 iiii- ..; the ��� xhibition u ually, 11
September or October proves unsuit-
a ile, the show will be held in the beginning of the year, when the birds
are   |n   good  condition generally.
will
ARotST   SURPLUS   OF
CANADA'S  POSTOFFICE
 ��� ���
.    Dec,   23.    The     report     oi
.master-general   for  thi     >';|i
March 81 show* a net    u'l''"****
"i Jl.os2.301, the best showing In the
of  the  Canadian  postal   ner*
dei     Deluding   the   establishment   of
���*����� ii' w  postofflces.      11 Is estimated
ias.011,000 letters were    posted
In r nada   iu  ihe  twelve months.
Scientist     Declares     He     Can      Make
Youngsters   Good.   Bad  or   Indifferent  as  Desired.
-^-Elections  Are   to   Be  Held  Jan.  9.
Victoria, Dec. 23.���Two by-elections
"HI bo held on January B    In    this
'vlnce. One in Revelstoke, necessi*
���ated by the fact that Hon. Thomas
Taylor, the new minister of works,
'""-' appeal again to his constituents,
il"'l neither in  Nanaimo. necessitated
Hy ih.
resignation of
Mr. Hawthornth*
Snow  Falls  in  Atlantic  States.
Philadelphia,      Dec     23.-Eastern
''""Vlvnnia,  New  Jersey and    l��''la-
A        are   today   buried   In  a  blanket
of *nov.   from six inches to a &��'  in
An old-fashioned white Christ-
' '   :   assured.
1
Chicago, Dec. 23, Dr, U B. Land-
one, president of a Los Angeles Institute and chairman of the Internatlon
al Educational Committee, is In Chicago to Belect iwehc children to be
brought up under a new method which
he says ii is possible to make u child
anything a guardian wishes good,
bad, or indifferent, sweet-tempered or
quarrelsome���lf it only is placed in the
proper environment and surrounded
with the necessary equipment t., develop the desired qualities.
Dr. Landone states that his own
method is unlimited and that tbe age
of the child and its previous environment and training offer "" interference.
HUDSON'S   BAY   STEAMER
WRECKED  IN   NORTH
Winnipeg, Dec, 23 Word was
,,.., ed here todaj bj the Hudson's Ba>
Companj that their steamer Stoi
which pli.s between London and Hud
-ou Hay, was wrecked ihree weeks ago
on Lisbon nhoals in Hudson Hay The
crew was rescued and Is now at Moo��
Factory. The cargo consisted ol n
million ami a hair dollars' worth ol
furs.
poorly supported.
When companies have been playing I;Mitchell, and Morrison wer
'belli in Westminster and Vancouver It I $:;ui)ii   respectively. ^H
is 11.,; uncommon for local  people to      Till. caBe grew ou| Q, pUbucation in
to   Be   Introduced   in   New   York   go Over  to Vancouver to see the per-   .j,..  Federatlonlst, the official organ of
Leyislature Would  Make Them        formances   there   by   the   very    same   ,1,,.  i;;o,. organization   oi  statements
Part of Police Department. j companies  they might patron'.-   here,   classing the  Buck  company as      un
fair," ami urging that sympathizers
with labor should noi trade with the
concern.
In the annual report to the American Federation of Labor, President
Gompers said thai he had violated
the terms of the Injunction and asserted that "he did not see how lie
could  do otherwise.
The federation at the Denver convention accepted and endorsed Comi>-
ers' report, re-electing him to the presidency   of  the organization.
Frank .Morrison, who has been secretary of tne federation since 1S97, also
1 is ribed to the statements made by
President Gompers and his statement
Has  endorsed.
The case is the development of one
of the bitterest fights in tin- history of
United States unions. At tli- head of
.iiv ftghi against the labor leaders was
James A. Van Cleave, president of the
Illicit Stove and Rang.- company, who
also Is president of the National As.-o-
..: Ion of Manufacturers, Van Cleave
is one in the most prominent enemies
..1 organizi I labor In America He led.
;..- nghi a; the Chicago and Denvei
na . . ��� a. enl ions last summei
���     the    anti-injunction    ;ila___._>..-
[��� posed for the platforms of the
Democratic  ani   Republican parties.
rhe B ick Stove and Hang.- case ha.
. .;, In thi ei arts In one plac. or an-
othei  1 ir several yeai *
Justice Wright's opinion Is lengthy
and is characterized by such utterances with reference to '.lie defendants
In referenci to their respect for Lhe
, ,,-, t.s a the follow '.ng: "Rampant
an I Insolent defiance, unrefined ic-
s.iit. 1 oa.'s. affront and vulgar Indignity.''
Thi three defendants, ll was shown
have repeatedly referred to the Bu. ..
company as unfair In violation of the
injunction, both iu public speeches
and In art iel..- in the Federationist.
m(1:'['h.e name of the firm was also pub-
Ivle d in the "unfair" list.
Gompers   has   frequently   said
would rather go to Jail than keep si*
leni on what he considers an Invasion
if the lights of unions.
HALIFAX
SCHOONER
RESCUES  LARGE  CREW
J 1 -i because lie wo.dd Insist ,,u putting up a raffle ticket .. ,1 - ak .11 a
game oi 1 im h in the h ungi     om ol
'..m "H'>   Cig ir  s    a   fi v.    :,:.. ���   ago
J01    Mahoni.-   will   keep   m   -\.. It . .,
his old  briar until    the    fates    ileal
more kindly with him, and Dave Gil
II have four bran I p w U. B.
a_, one    of    his   unexpected
Christmas  presents,  the  i.icKy  paste-
aul   won  bj   bur.  trom Joseph ha.
ing captured the fl  ;t priz, in Gamon'a
ial Christma      ifflo y.- ivday -vening.    'I'll'', winnluj   of the $18 prze
by   ibe   lorieiied   ticket   vu-vl   much
j mis.-.mly merriment around the cigar
-���.nn;  yesterday  evening,  c ...1   'jests
lai   ihe   expense of   the   loser   coming
1 from all quarters,    He took it  all In
I good   part,   however,  and so  tai   .1-  Is 	
known, Have Gilchrist has noi as yet
entered a protest.    One Is content, the        C'VIC EmP'��y��s Paid Yesterday,
other is satisfied. A"   l1"' '"'vi''  employees  were  paid
Twenty-five  prizes wer,   distributed lheIr December wage-, yesterday, near*
lucky  winners after the draw. 3601 '5 two we8lu i,h,':ul '"' the usual pay
Halifax, X. S., Dec. 23.���News was
received today that ihe Halifax
schooner Agnes ('. Donahue had saved
32 i". 11 from the Norwegian Bteamer
Solglint, wrecked in the Indian ocean
and landed ih-m al Durban, s nub
\frica. Forty others from ihe same
.-Irani. 1 wer.. taken off an island
wher,. they had been marooned. Th
Sulgliiu lefl Norway in Angus!
was stated to be In colonization commission, ui I; is reported here that ;
Captain Bull had discovered new seal-
Ing  <fi aters.
Toronto  Increases Police.
Toronto, Dec. 23.-H *>< ^dded by
the police   commissioners   yesterday
to form three new police divisions,
bringing the number up to ten, to
llllil(1 six new stations, and to add ������'
men to the lore, bringing it 'U> to
BOO Recent addition*! ol
made thefle extensions necessary.
suburbs
Advertising Australia.
London, Dec. 28���The department of
external affairs of the commonwealth
Of Australia is preparing for circulation in the old country a volume of
views of the six states of the commonwealth, which ta pracTlcally identical
with the .souvenir book presented to
the sailors <>f tire American fleet last
month.   The cost of the enterprise will
be   debited   lo   the     vote     of     |100,000
granted !>> parliament for advertising
purposes.
Expanding Bullet Invented.
Berlin, Dec. 23.���A Goettingen gunsmith   named  Sehrader  has   invented
and   patented     an     expanding    bullet
tn lucky  winners  after  the  draw,
men being interested In the event, the'da>
lirst  live .being:   Dave Gilchrist    (by
proxy   J.  .1.   Mahoney).  pipe cabinet;
Parnell    Keary,    meerschaum    pipe;
in neat
all
Fred Nash, Peterson pipe jn
Parnell Keary, two ('. 11. B. pipes In
case; James Sharpe. pipe in case. The
:;_,"i unsuccessful ticket holdi rs will be
permitted to tempt Dame Fortune
once more 111 (Jamon's New Year
raffle.
In a draw at Chapman's pool room
yesterday evening, H. Fletcher won a
it B. B. pipe In case, valued al about
$.">. Ills ticket cost hlm ten cents.
cases the pay
checks wer,- cashed within a COUple
<>t\ hours after being handed out, and
the  coin exchanged tor the  multitude
/.nee- i of tilings necessaiv or expected at his
*-���'*"   i -_-__������
GIANT   STOCKINGS   TO   BE
HUNG UP FOR  RIVER  MEN
! festive season. Several of the corporations or industries of the city also
departed from customary rule and paid
their employees in advance, the B, C-
K. K. issuing half-month checks to a
majority of the men in their employ.
adapted for the destruction of dirigible
balloons,   The bullet can he fired from I Mew Year.   The reqipit Is hcln
the  regular infantry  rifle. ] piled with.     ,
The Marine Review, a weekly publication or Seattle, has written to one
of the members of the Publicity ns*
sociation asking for full particulars of
the shipyard which Is to tbe established lure by Seaton Hros. early  In the
com-1
Railway Won't Carry "Drunks."
Chicago, Dec. 23.���The Chicago &
Milwaukee Kleetric Railway hereafter
will refuse to carry Intoxicated persons on Its cars. As the walking between towns is not particularly good
a decided diminution in the number
of that class of patrons Is expected.
Tin* reason assigned for the order Is
thnt some of the cars have no smoking-room., nnd It Is not desired to carry "drunks" in the same compart men*1
with  worn. 11  and children.
New York, Dec. 23.���Christmas
stockings ten feet long and made ot
canvas will be hung from the lowest
points on the new Qneensboro bridge
which spans the East river, Christmas morning by members o�� the
Queensboro bridge celebration commit
tVe.
Intended tor river men, the stockings will be hung so that they can be
reached with a pole from the deck ol
a tug. Tobacco, serviceable gloves
and other practical gifts will be placed In the giant stockings.
Judges Go on Strike.
Halifax, N. S., Dec. 23.���The judge-
ami stenographers of the supreme
court of Nova Scotia are on strike.
Tho court reporters have as a protest
against the smallness of their pay refused to take notes and yesterday
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CHRISTMAS MARKET
The I hrlstmas market yesterday
proved a greater success than could
lave been anticipated. Although the
roads were in bad condition, and a
litlc rain fell during the progress of
the market, it was well attended, particularly In view of it being held on
an off dfty less than a week sine the
lasl market. A heavy business was
turned over, especially In dressed poultry, which was in excellent demand.
The N.-�� Year's market will be held
next Wednesday, Dec. 30. There was
, good business done in the rings.
Meat.
The supply of beef was very large,
and established a record for the
Christmas markets. The demand was
about an average, Lamb and mutton
were short, on demand, while pork
sold readily. Veal was not so plentiful and there held a good demand for
medium stock. On the whole the attendants had a busy time satisfying
the requirements of customers at the
.stalls. Prices ruled as on Friday.
Butter and   Eggs.
There was but a light call for butter which held at 35 to -10 cents retail. Tlu, supply of eggs fell, and
prices ruled at 45c. for wholesale and
60c. for retail. Prices have held long-
er this year than is usually the case,
but the mild weather luis caused a
w akeiiing of the market.
Live and Dressed  Poultry.
Naturally this was the feature of
the market, and the stalls were loaded with turkeys and geese. Dressed
turkeys made 30 cents a pound and
geese 20 cents. The sale of turkeys
much in excess of the previous year,
and g.ese both live and dressed sold
easily at regular rates. Live ducks
reached the market plentifully and
met a ready demand. Chickens
changed hands in fair numbers. The
supply of fowls, all the familiar
breeds, was abundant, and call for
them brisk.
Fruit and Vegetables.
There was seen again a large offering of apples, particularly from the
Mission district, with ,a demand good
for nice stock. No material change is
to be recorded with reference to the
potatoe  sales.    Onions   were marked
PYT1-11AIN
SKATING   RINK
NEW K. OF P. HALL.
Eighth   and   Agnes   Streets.
Hours; Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon,
2:30 in..".; .-vening, 7:30 to 10. Admission 10c, skates 25c. During the
Christmas holidays school children
111,ler twelve will be admitted every
lay trom 10 to 12 for 15c, Including
skates, and on Saturdays between the
same hours for 10c, Including skates.
j at $1,00 a sack. The stalls devoted
to flowers continued shy of contents
owing to the time of the year. Qui'r
a fair amount of holly, however, was
sol J. Pot plants, as primulas, are
coming in.
Ther.- was a fair supply of sucking
pigs  and   they sold   well.
The ofricia] quotations are the ime
as lasl week, except where otherwisi
indicated.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105,
XMAS BOXES
CHOCOLATES!
GANONG'S
LOWNEYTS
FRY'S
The Largest Display
in Town
direct   from   the    Old    Country
and   also   Home-made Candy.
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BOOT STORE
EIGHT   DIFFERENT   VARIETIES.
Names:
"Derwentwater"
"My Heart's in  the  Highlands"
"A  Plunge for  Life"
"Resignation"
"Sunshine   and   Shower"
"Braw Wooer"
"Lord   Ullen's   Daughter"
"Hold  Tight."
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COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Loaf Label)
Ii the best ralne, because it Is pure, nutritious and Tery economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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Special Sale This
week of
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NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
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FOR CHRISTMAS
2 A Choice Selection of
ALSO   A   SPLENDID   ASSORTMENT OF
Manicure and Toilet Sets. Card    and    Cigar    Cases.    Ha*.
Ebony Goods.  Gold and  Silver Handled   Umbrellas,  etc
W. C. Chamberli
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Cigars, (imported   and   home
manufacture.)
Tobacco,
Pipes,
Pouches,
English and American Magazines. Picture postcards: Ice
cream for dinners and pari
All at  prices to suit thi
pies of this city
We cater for local tra I
Don't   Forget 	
Alligator Bags
This kind ol leathe is nighl) fa-
rored for ladies' hand iags, combining, as it doe.-   handsome aristocratic
pearance wi h almost 1 ei petual
wear, Indeed, his Ls one of the most
stantial lea  ier.-. vn the ma, kel
The Inter! 1 if ' ��� bag Is lined
���'��� -ih strong, - ".Ici able silk, Lou: I
with leather. The locks and metal
fittings are heavily plated. A dalnt;
''.ttie coin  purse  lnfid*.
A very pop 1 sign b .-���. a by 11-
nciudes thu ornamentation v; the
bag with alligator claws, ... . :. adds
the final toin:. in attractlvi 1 We
have  the   exi luslve    sale the* ���
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5 Cor. Hastings mi Granville Sis.     Vancouver. J $
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A   Saving.*.   Account   ..���:������  i -,v'.    One   Dollar   01    more    make
most acceptable Christn is Gi . .     ei     relai  friends
This kind of a  presenl -      ,   destroyed, and
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New Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F.   B.   LYLE.   Manager
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We hav..- ju.-t got to hand a rare selection in eight different subjects of the finest specimens In high art color printing, obtainable in
the old country, some of th-ra after well known paintings by artists
of WOULD WIDE fame.
As these works of art are necessarily very expensive we cannot be
expected to give them .away indiscriminately; we therefore propose
giving any one of them to every purchaser of goods to the value of
oue dollar and upwards, so that no one need with such a nominal
purchase lcxse this opportunity of becoming possessed of one of these
t*peclmon._ of old country high art.
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boots, shoes ai.d slippers, suitable for the present season,
See our slipper show for Christinas presents;  the finality is   away
up, while the price is just as far away down.
Make your Christmas purchases now, the bei t .are going fast.
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Old Country Boot Store
Columbia Street
JOHN   STEWART,    -      Proprietor
We are Prepared
to meet your Christmas requirements
In Staple .and Fancy Groceries,
Those who hav.- l.e.-n dealing with
u.s know, that quality considered, we
give the best possible values.
If you want anything in Crockery-
wan we can give you the best bar-
giin-  In  the city.
Adams & Deans
Groceries   and   Crockeryware.
COLUMBIA  STREET
A Little Good Coal
makes a big. hot Are whi a a lol
of poor coal sends out 00 beftl
at all.    It Is economical to bu
our coal, because    it is   1
goes farthest, makes mosi   eai
leaves very little ash an: ���
no  more  per  ton  than
grades.    We  deliver   it   to any
part of  the city.    Pull   welgl
always.    Telephone  your    ' '��� :
to us.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Drain* in AU Kind, ot
Lumber,   Litth,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxer..
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
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL S14.4O0.000.0*
RESERVE        111,000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,   BuglW *
New York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.8.A., and Mexico City
eral Banking Business Transacted. ^
.etters of Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents in all  parts 0
World.
���avlngs Bank Department.     Deposits received In Bums of $1 ��������
and Interest allowed at 3 per c ent. per annum (present rate)
Total Assets over $108,000,000.00.
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(J   D.  BRYMNKK
Easterbrook Milling Company.
Eturne,   R. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR -
Imperial  $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50
Terminal $5.50
McQuarrie&Co..1"''"'"""' ���""*" "ro0HANTS
FRONT  STREET
MiiiLn MADE IN CANADA
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Music.    Success of.th
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CONTRACTORS
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J. New some & Sons
���'i'i|S       Painters and Decorators
or demands   to  me, the  under* Ign. !,
���-  for the said executrix, on Estimates on All Work^Given
the2&thday   of    ^^^. 399 Sixth Avenue
1900, ai   the undermentioned address,
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afti i* which  date the  said    exe'
will  proceed  to distribute  th..- assets
of  the  said   Charlc.  Cunliffe  i
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thereto, bavlng regard only to the
claims and demands of whii b she shall
then have had notice, and the .said
executrix will not he liable for the
assets of the said Charles Cunliffe
Fisher, deceased, or any part thereof
so ilVinbuted to any person or persons of whose claims and demand*
she shall not then have had notice.
Dated  this   16th day  of   Deci mt.er,
A.D. 1908.
A. WHEALLKK.
89   Lorne   Street.   New   Westminster,
n.r.. solicitor for th ��� said Fannie
'i '.'i KI-'Ilt, Excutrlx.
New Westminster
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for La lie. from $12.75
up.
Silv i'   Watches,   gents'  open
$6.00.
silver watches, gents'   open   ���
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham    and     Elgla
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
Christmas    gifts    in    all    kind.
Jewelry.
F. CRAKE
Two   door*   from   Cmo. Adam*,  Grocer
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THE DAILY NEWS    j
Published by the Daily News Pub-
ashing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
etreeta, New Westminster, B. C.
E. A.  Paige Managing   Director
UNTO.N.rlOLAf-EC?
in order that as many as possible of
the employees may enjoy Christmas
at   home.    The   men   will work   only
five-hour shifts.
Gamon's for Royal City Mixture. **
Get the Habit
THURSDAY. DEC. 24, 1908.
Special
UNSELFISH GIVING.
Christmas symbolises brotherly love'
Happilj we forget the rough corners
we have found in the struggle of the
gear's life, and if we are true to
ourselves, int.- to mankind, we have
,i right to remember the sacrifices
made by others in our interest, aud
for  our   welfare.
Christmas commemorates' the giving of the Christ for the human race.
Without that gift we had no conception of the Creator, in our hard material estimates it. seems difficult, to
grasp the true ideal without sign or
symbol. So' Christmas returns to us,
..md we enter into the mystic once
again with the children, and we forget   the  realistic  commercialism.
But Christmas, although bringing us
much in touch with the rising generation, . Would not permit us to forget
thai there Is a higher plane demanding
our recognition of obligation, We
should not lightly cast aside tnose
who have been the means of adding
to our prosperity, or carrying out our
ideals.
We should not forget the hearthstones that find a parent, or a child,
missing from the family circle for
the first Christmas. We should not
toi ������! the stranger within our gates
away from the old In me for the first
Christmastide. Our prosperity m the
year that Is so near, our enjoyment of
the festive season, our true citizenship, will all receive an Impetus in
proportion to the manner In which
v\e meet  thesi   obligations.
In our Christmas Eve preparations
today, lei us do what, if left until
Christmas Day, may be impossible or
ineffective.
For
Today
Cobalt Blue Dinner
Set, 97 pieces	
$9.50
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
We Wish   ali   our  customers   a   Merry
Christmas.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER,
(Three Years With J.  A. Lee.)
has just opened   and    solicits    your
patronage.    Mission  furniture  a   specialty;  office and store furniture;  all
kinds of furniture repairs.
First Class Workmanship,
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 26 Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Offtov
P. O. Box 304.       House Phone B 29.
When Shopping
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Montreal Is wrestling with the problem of Sunday theatres, and several
test cases have been taken into court.
The people who dwell in Eastern Canada are in the habit of regarding the
West���the last West���at rather a law*
��� '.    and  "wide-open" -ort of country. sl
,   , , In part our
iu1   we wish to tell them that at no,
:i* In British Columbia would Sunday i.   a*"' s        tolerati d for a
ment.
call iu and look over ou ...    We
always buy with a view *_  supplying
the
Holiday Trade
stock consists o:
Cuff
mo-
United  State    mill, rs are  to make
ar mi the department of agriculture
cause U    pure food experts hav-- de-
i ed agalnsl  the practice of bleaching flour with nitrogen peroxide, The
:..' contention seems  to be that
allowed  to poison
because    they
plants    for
niiilei	
thej   ought  to
Hour if they  want to
!,-.���   Installed  expensive
do iv It affectively.
air
' mention
Toilet Cases, Leather St.s
and Collar Boxes, Js^ei Boxes,
Smokers' Sets, Manicure Sets,
Sets, Sewing Sets. CarryaM's, Mirrors, Ebony Goods, Bra.s-es. Hand;
Bags, Purses, Perfumes. Ameri
can, Canadian, French; Chocolates, Webb's and Lowney's;
Fancy Combs, Gold Rim Eye
Glasses, Gillette and Ever Ready
Safety   Razors   ($5.00   and   $1.00).
of course a lot of lines  We can't
All on view.   N ii t...    to
Salvador  Need  Not  Pay.
. I rani Isco, Dec   23.���According
��� cablegram received here yesterday
by Consul-Gem ral L. M-jia, of Salva
dor, from President  Ftgueroa, of the
Central  American republic,  the  Central American court of justice at Car-
togo, Costa Rica, has decided in favor
of Salvador in a BUlt brought by the
government of Honduras to secure an
indemnity from Salvador for loss sus-
.    .   *he plaintiff during the Hon-
duran  revolution   last    July,    which
i.V.     v-   claimed  had  been   Incited
a__d carried o__ by natives of   Salva*
?oe.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
HEADQUARTERS for SPECTACLES
P.S���Can give you better value to
;..ctacles  than others.    We make  a
��� laity of this line.
Reid & Co
AT
oreys
Books. Bibles, p, ,,,.,. Boo^
Toys, Dolls, Games, Fancy Goods
and   Novelties.
AtM
Get a Smoking Jacket
or House Coat for
oreys
Eajs   Purses,  Walli      Music Cas-
....  Writing   Casts.    T    let    C
ases,
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Leather   Goods,
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At Morey's
Cards, Calendars. Booklets, post.
SlS, Postal Albums. Photo Albums
Scrap   Books.
AT
The restful comfort which is enjoyed in the wearing of a
House Coat; the soothing effect upon the tired mind after a day
of hurry and worry are reasons why you should remember him.     |  \ ,   ayt ��
Looking at them is a pleasure, buying a satisfaction, and j       cnina, crockery, Giasswar., w��oa
giving one to "him" a delight, I      t0 burn' Pictures' Apt Good8'
  BARGAINS   IN   ALL   LINES
TODAY
25 per cent, off these prices       %
83,50 for$2,60, $6.G0 for$4.50, $7.00 fur $5.25 | MoFcVs
$8,50 for $6.35, $9.50 for $7.00        g J
!ggflg��MM�� I COLUMBIA ST.
FASHION DEMANDS A SNUG. TRIM
FANCY VEST
as the recognized requisite of every outdoor costume.
An Ideal Xmas Gilt
The great popularity of the Fancy Vest this season makes
it especially good taste for the holiday giving.
Good dressers everywhere recognize
and demand Fancy Vests as the  winter's
smartest turn.
25 per cent, off TODAY
$2.50 for $3,00 for $3.50 for $6.00 for
$1.90, $2.25, $2.60,  $4.50
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our new
Fancy Muslin
which have just
arrived.
A. J.   BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.    .
THE WHITE HOUSE
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Ba.lvHous;   John   Released.
D      .       '..;���.': vi   "Bath I
'��� ba  I   i '. ftl    ar.cus.d of aa-
on Lyman Atwell, a'
I    itogi iphi r,  was    found
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'������... ��� _��� to the date of tho regular I
meeting of the  Westminster    Uoeral
Delation falliNg cn Christmas Eve,
there will be no meeting until two
wi eh later, on January 1!, ln the
JLiu-dmnn  Hall. **
Double-Haader   Service.
A double-header service -will bn the
rule on the B. C. E. R. inter-urban
lln ��� today, commencing at 1 p.m.,
When the return tore to Vancouver
will be at the usual holiday rate of
fifty cents Tickets arc pood until
January 2. On Christina. Day, a Sun*
dav flf.rvico will be In operation on all
'city lines, tho  reduction  being made
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ON CHRISTMAS SHOES
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Women's   Clastic   Finn-   House Slippers   	
Women's Pur trimmed Felt Oer.nan Slippers	
Women's Fur trimmed Felt Romeo Slippers, all colors ...
Women's Plain Felt Slippers	
Children's Plain Fell German Slippers	
.95c
$1.25
$1.25
.  65c
. .40c
Women's Fleece lined elastic front House Slippers $1-25
Women's two-strap IV.  Kid, Evening Slippers V-*o
Women's two-strap French heel Slippers in Patent .and Kid   ..  $2.00
Women's flne $3.50 lao    "its, Blucher cuts, etc $2.50
Women's line $ 1 on and |4.50 Patents, sale price ���  ��������� $3'2b
Men's German Slippers  heavy Celt soles 9
.Men's flne chocolate Kid Slippers, regular $2.Ml goods for ��� S17*-
Men's iin.. vici Kid opera oui Slippers, regular $2.50 goods tor V-7Cj
Men's Tine India Kid, house Slippers, regular $8.00 for	
Men's flne tan kid elastic side bouse Slippers,  regular $2.00 for $i-*>��
Men's black kid. elastic side house  slippers,  regular  $2.00 for $'.50
15.00
$4.50
Men's best patenl  leather bootsreund or pointed i��'*H. regular
and $6.00 lines for  	
Westminster
Transfer Co. I
tfTftoe  'I'hone   18b.       Hnm   'Phone 137
Columbia  8treet
nne-'-'CP    loMverei   promptly   to
anv part or fhe f'ty
Ughl and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Men's Box Calf Bluchen  leather lined, a $0.00 boot for  $4.95
Men's Box Calf Bluchers, double wled boots,  with brags    quilted
soles, regular $1.00 line for $3.00
Men's box calf, fine Blucher cm, boots, regular $3.a0 for ..   __  $2.50
Men's vici kid bluchers, regular JH.i.O goods for $2.50
Misses' School boots, size* 11 to 2,  box calf  and  kid. made with
heavy extension soles, reduced  from $2.00 and $2,25 a pr   to $1.50
Children's boots, sizes & to  10, regular $1.10 to $2.00 Hues for per
palr $1.00 and $1.20
Hoys'handmade boots, sizes 1 to 6,  regular $2.00 and $2.2a goods
for    *1*50
Thi�� is the time to buy sho��s.    Our Big  Shoe Sale still continue*,
and you can buy shoes at Factory  Prices.   . .
GREATER   BARGAINS  THAN   EVER   THIS  WEEK.
Johnston's  Big Shoe House, Ltd.
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SIGN   OF  BIG  ELECTRIC  BOOT.        New   Westminster,   B.   C.
^^*^ss*m*\*mmamWsssMMBMSBa	 THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1908.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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I. il. SMITH     The Cash Stores
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ONLY  TWO  DAYS  FOR
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
The b����t inducement ever cffered awaits   you   at   this   Xmas  store.     In
tion   to   the  extraord r.r.ry   values already   advertised   we   are  submitting
I    3     ttra  values in   .'/omen's Waists, marked  at such  a  p.-ice as will   ma/?
th _  ;'.o-s fairly bji.   from no// on until   Christmas.
.     ��    .-   -������   -*-.-������ \;-.:������������';���*���   ���*���   -*���   ���������   ���*���      ������-.-������.. *���   ���*���   ���*���   -*-..��� :-*    *   -*-J'r*r..:-*-   ���*���
$12 Waists for $4.50
his lo    In ���   colors   black,   navy,  brown,    cardinal
.....!������ over silk,  lace and  a trimmed, ni **.
.,...-.. ir $8 00   $10.00 and  $12 00  vain .   for    $4.50
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$3 Waists for $1.50
'x    i ..li a    . c, vn.i. ..   lustre
��� '���V      S3.00 valui    now at  .
.$1.50
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���*' > were sent on cdnsignmi nl  10 Ui : esterday bj   ��� s
V ���   could ii ' I ed hold them ovi r ur. il spring and seil then.
.: : '..������ got them at  less  thaa  manufacturers'    prii
.... I  as a i    *  i"1".'!    tndu<  mont and otfertng we bav.. pttl them
il  a      ���   a ...   ati in d pr c      Don't fai] to seesm one: all sizes and
colors.
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T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's
??eady-to-wears
City News
Given Away Free Tonight f
Al   ihe bowling alleys an individual
ch I ..].!_> -iven    by    Thomas
���Fie. num will bn competed tor in the
; New   ;
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old I
! Sport"    cigars.      The    old    reliable ���
brands. ���* j*
The contracts with the successful *
tenderers for the Lulu island bridge g
hav. been prepared, and work Willi*
begin   shortly. ���
GET   A   TICKET
TODAY
China Tea Set
Morris Chair
Besides ihe.-.- we are offering some very special goods at very ape
cial prices TODAY only.
MERRY   XMAS TO  ALL.
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LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Opposite Lorne Street.     Phone 73.
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Turkeys, ducks  and   geese  by
Hhundred at Relchenbach's, ,:*    ,
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All barber shops in this city   will] .
clos, ai ten o'clock this evening, and' *���+���++***+**+********������***'���************���*������ ������
closed all through Christ-   ^M_____M_________H________________ia__M__n^
mas   Day.  This   rule   will   also  apply ��� . ���*��������-**������
on Thursday and Friday of next week.
For berried Holly for Christmas,
ring up Davies' greenhouse, B 20_.   **
instead of a lease being granted tiie |
Chin....   Benevolent  association  of  a
portion  of  the new cemetery,  a sec- (
tion will   be  posted  by   the city surveyor, and charged up to them  with]
the  cost  of  clearing.     Objection   was
.'.v. at   the  last  city  council   meeting te giving them a 99-year lea   .
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I am leaving town and have a fine
piano to sell cheap 6n easy terms, or
will leave with responsible party; use
I ir sti rage.    Address Box 8yS City.
The body of Edward Batt, son of K.
' li.  Batt, of this    city,   was    brou
down  yesterday from   Kamloops.  The
cause of death was consumption, the
unfortunate   man  having  been  taken
| to th..- Tranqullle sanatorium in   the
i hope of .ffecting .a cure.    The  Inter*
1 ,m. nt will probably take place at thej
Church of England cemetery, but uV
rangements have not yet   been   completed.
Old Country mistletoe at Tidy's, the
Florist     I'i.one   184,
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
. merit���the "Brillante," made by the
; B. C. Cigar factory.
A successful entertainment was iW
en b.   the Sunday school child''**..- of
I!Sapperton Methodist church last evening.   The new ivnc-s hall was v'v
 llf-his than the j
I church building, and it wa.* well filled
with children and their friead*** 4 )>UV
:" v.. as    ���    occupli .1 the po. ItiolIJ
I nor,  ��ith gifts tor thi ��� n,
. of Vu'.i ti:   -...._    and
was can led oui  und
Rev. R. M. Th..:.
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MacKenzie's for  Fountain Pens.   ** i
Fine  Christmas turkey,  and  '-���
all drawn, ai the Pu lie Supply Si
ie  Adams. **
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TODAY
V
TODAY is the last chance you have
to buy your Christmas footwear. We
will be open early and late today.
We are asellin^ more Slippers this year
than ever before. Why? People are beginning to realize that something useful is the most acceptable. Remember
this when buying year presents today.
He would like a pair of Slippers, and so
would she. Don't forget the baby! Our
stock is the largest in the city. Our big
:_aie is still all the rage.
Received by express today, 30 pair genuine Indian moccasins. What could be
nicer than a pair of these for a Xmas
present?
REMEMBER THE  PLACE
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
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Ail txcHing runaway id Wiiich three J"
rigs   Ufa-red   took  place    about     \u\iv\q*6^0*O*C*C*0O*O*<*0*0*O*Q 0*O*0*C*0*O*C0*0*0*C*O*O*C
o'clock   yesterday  afternoon ou    'lie Is __^______^^__^_______^^_ 2
Fraser river bridge, ,all three vehicles ���c "
being somewhat damaged as a result.
One rig belonged to Mr.  Cummings,
of Surrey, tWftwer was the property
��.f   Mr.   J.-taieson,   a   rancher,   while
the   third   was   being  driven   to    tne'
Delta.    T.ti>   famage   resulting   from
the runaway was temporarily flxed up
at  K. A.  Brown's) blacksmith  shop at
Brownsville.
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BOOKS
Xmas Groceries.
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Give  us  a call  before X.n.i- 1
We can give you goods that are I
No. l quality.     w   guarant< ������  ;
atlsfactlon. ��
MacKay's Bookstore
hero are probably no better books published in the world fori
young people than by Thos. Nelson & Son, of Edinburgh, and thej
K. T. Society, of London. We have hundreds of these excellent^
books besides n large range of other books.
or Christmas
GIFTS
GREAT   BARGAINS   IN
Toys, Dolls, Post Card Albums
Children's Toy Books
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A full line of everything
Chocolates
F.ancy Box Chocolat.-s
Xmas Stockings
Oranges
Bananas      *
Apples
Grapes
All dried fruits at Special Nina
Prices.
I hint I. >   A  I'a liner's
Shorl Bread
Th 111,, I nos
Alaska Wafers
Prompt Delivery and Courteou    [
Treatment.
Singing Our Praises
Ther. ... large num en of business men, and other insurers
from oq.. end of Canada to tho other who are continually singing
,!'* i,r > - ������'��� '^'- Independent Canadian insurance companies l
������pres.'ut for the money they save them In premiums, and for the
prompt manner in which they settle all claims.
My rate..:, for Insurance are lower than others.   Why pay more?
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Howa ! &
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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BOWLING    (
Th. result of yesterday's game twlxt
Vancouver and Westminster   was an-
win for the Terminal City bowl-
by 20*1 pins,    The highest Individual scope was that of South, 222, and
he also had ihe highest average,  198,
The fdllowing were the scores:
Wi stmlnsti ���'
1        2       3   Tti. Av.-.
Silver 149    193    118���460    153
Murchle .   ..   153    132    158���443    UT
Rushton   ....   143     l'i    117���4 44    Us
v-   144    156    123���423    141
Willetti   .   ..   1S6    162    145���493    I6i
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2 3   Tti. Ave.
176    222 198���596 198
200    ITH 1_0���500 166
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145    153 136���434 144
159    156 ISO���49". IBS
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Hotel Russell
Christmas Dinner
Brine  &   .McLean,  Props,
Meal   Hours 0 to  S:._0.
Bedeqtie Oysters on Half Shell Canapes D'Anchoia
Celery ea Branches.     Salted Almond:*.    Manzanlllft  Olives.
*4 <�����.
(gggfcj^ Christmas fflSfe^
W m W
^r New Years W
Fare and 1-3 for Round Trip
IJ, tween all stations on Canadian Pacific Railway and on steamers. Vancou-
Vi ) Victoria   and   Seattle.
CHRISTMAS   EXCURSION
On Sale Di cember 21st to 25th.
NEW   YEAR  'EXCURSION
im   Sale   December   2Sth   *o  January
1st, 1009,
All tickets good to return up to ani
including January 5th, ive
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Boiled   Salmon  Trout,  Shrimp   Sauce. V
Fillet of Sole,  Marechale.
Sliced  Cucumbers     Lettuce      Potatoes Anglalse.
Sweet Breads en Cases a la St. Club.
Ti nderloin of Beef, larded, Mushroom Sauce.
Nelson Lamb Chops. Trafalgar.
Banana Fritters.    Kummel  Situ-.
RUSSELL CHRISTMAS PUNCH
Armour's Sugar Cured Ham, Champag ue Sauce.
Boiled  Young Fowl, Boston Bacon.
Leg of Mutton, Green Caper Sauce.
Ox Tongue. Monaco.
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Roa-n Prime Ribs of .Native Beef, York shire Pudding.
Voung Turkey Stuffed, Cranberry Sauce
Suckling   Pig  and   Crab  Apples.
Delta Domestic Goo^e. Apple Sauce
Breast  Faisans,  Bread  Sauce.
Sad lh   of Venison, Polonals
California   Partridge  on  Toast.
Wild Canvas Back Duck, Orang   Jelly
.Mallard   Duck.  .Apple Jelly,
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Every order placed with *i*
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OUR ;W0RK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Ratea on work of any des- ���>{���
cription or quantity quoted T
on application.
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LOT 7, Block 36
on the corner of Royal av,, ,   .,���! Eleventh sir,,... Spien
did warehouse or factory ->,, B. C. Electric and     P
tracks run past this property,    Price $3000.    u.,
terms.    THIS IS A SA''RiFK.'i:
Dominion Trust Co,
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T. R, PEARSON, Mgr.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
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T Daily News Block. TIm'a\mtiEEBSBRm%*M^^
.{.      New Westminster. Phone 388    JL  8 ,_.  _ ��_        ~ -���-���-���.���:���;��.
^^.4.^.^.4.,H"i..n..i..M"i4 I     x OIX  _M list ^\ nmit   I
Telephone 54.
P. O.  Box 665 1 fi
S    That you get mon. BatlBfactioc in    wearln
'���'   a   suit   in'
Wing   Yuen  Co.;
SPECIAL    REQUIREMENTS
than ������ ou do whi n wearln
wear" suil  which is made to sui|   the  crowd  and nol
LADIES'  AND   GENTS'  TAILORS       ;���     dividual taste.
Suits  made to  Order. !*��� "CUSTOM   MADE   CLOTHES"   made   by   me   will   givi
Columbia   and    Mclnness   Streets.       >J     satlBfactlon and   the price   i     rlghl
Royal Columbian Hospital  *
RUTLEY'S
(LATE THOS. C.  MORGAN.)
fi
."our   ���'
:���!
- ;���:
a- :���;
���I
Chicken Salad, Mayonalsse Dressing
Lobster Salad, French Dn -sing.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, Xew Westminster.
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass.   \gt.   VannoufW.
Boiled Pota oes Mashed Potatoes. Baked Sweet Potatoes.
. paragus,  Melted Butt.v.       Cauliflower au Gratln.
Peti'   Pois.
Old Fashioned English Plum Pudding.Hard or Brand;.  Sauce
(Specially   Prepared)
Deep Apple Pie,      Hot Mince Pie. Strawberry  Tar:      Pluti. Tart
New Westminster Ice Cream     Christmas Fruii  Cake.
Pori   Wine  Jelly.
MacLaren's Imperial Cheese
Water  V ���
Canadian 1 '!:��� 1
Westminster Woodworking Co J'
BANK   AND   STORE  FITTERS.
Hi     ers of Mission Furn   ure,
Mantles, etc.
Worl..: Cc*. Eleventh St. and Car Line j    Orchestra   in   Attendance
Phone 473.
Bananas     .Apples     Malag , 1,
Assorted Nuts and Cluster Ral in
Cafe Xoir. ;,. Menthe F ap] ���.
Pric-  75c.
��    Opposite Post Office, Columbia
���:��������o::o::<o::c��:>:>>>:>>:>:>:.*.>:>::���; ���: >:��>:>:*������:>;>���>:��*���.��������*���.,,������,,. J j
Tenders   will   ....���  received   by     the
undersigned and marked   'Tendons for
Supplies," up to 1 p.m., Monday, December 28th, 1908, for supplying    tnel^"* ^       fr-1  ��| *r��"| 1^ ^> f+
ho pltal from Is-. January, 1909, (���> 31st
P 0  Box   474. Tel.
December, 1909, with the following
;. tlcli s; Bn ad, white and brown;
beef; mutton; milk; drugs; groci 1 ;
wo "I. slab-, per eor.I. coal, *.* a I
nut;  iish;   fun.v,ils.
Detailed  lists  of    di ug ��� 1 1 es,
��� v. mutton an . *'. h 1 an
r the in�� pltal.
Neither lowi ender
neci ssarily accepted.
Samples of the groc. v and all Information ��� ��� ali ile 1 llcation
to the La ly Superlnti ndi at, 11 the
hospli  1
W, II. KEARY.
Sei retary  R   C   IL
X- w  Wi        aster, B.C    Dei    17. 1 1O8.
UNTANT   AND  AUDITOR C* 1 * V ���    ���
conveyao.e, basolme Lngines]
We Sell thu Cel ibrated
Palmer   Bros.  Engines
ACCO
Notary   P
Room   10.   Brine   Block
New   Westminstor P.O.Box    '95
(NOTICE
Teau . ���
notified  thai  on  and after    Mo
l lecember 14th    ' ��� Glen
on Sixth   Vvenu    ���'  .1 be    1 los< .1    to
vehicul 11   ��� afTic  and vi 111  rem
Ulllil       ...... 1 V  .    :|
'    ���
V\    \   DUNCAN
Citj  1 li
'.'   ���    .- 1.  1:   c . Dec   ' '
.   V    III    _���!    11.    Jl.,    1
on tl ���   market
stoi K al
..Wr estminster .
Iron   Worhs]
JOHN   REID.   Prop   ���
li.iitii Street,   ���   M.v, Wesl     r
'V:  *^">/: Vv.;(>.:
\mssBP.
m
nbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
������*���*   'v-
ORDER
EARLY
Lvery
Bird
Guaranteed
:
Call
an<
eave
our
Order,  or
Telephone THURau"'>
THE DAlLf XEWS.
PAS* a*.VEN
HE Would"!
Xmas Present !l
Mail Service
Following are the hours of de.-,
a" ...   :' mails ..t the New West
minsti    post offici   the hou. gl.  a   ������
ea> ��� ��� the hour  oi
which   -  . ... an hour, as a roll
' ivpwtrh.    All m.i I*
unlesi ,, jiaxeil, are de.-,.:
red daily excepi  9 ... I
The liBpatched    ani    re-
cei ...   the C. P. R~ *.   ith
an . '    P   ..   ..... malls, no: I
the    ... Sapperton     I
Mills an i Coquitlam.
Grand Trunk Ry. m SHARE 0F ���
V
J.
pair of Fancy Sox
^i1k  Handkerchief
A Silk Muffler
A full Dress Front
or a Silk Umbrella
ecial sale of Showerproof Coats, all 20th
Century brand goods:
$18 quality for $15, $20 for$16, $24 for $19
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
-211  Columbia  Street
MAS    THEM
���M"I-K"M"M".* ���:-
Excellent Train Sen-ice Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
.And all the princips   : -   ..-.tersof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  tht MARITIME PROVINCES.
to BUFFALO, NEV.   YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., adBress.
GEO.  W.  VA'_X���
EXPO. ITION BUSINESS
Proposal  to   Divert   Pot-t.on   o'   Excursion Traffic by Wav  o* Car.;.
Lines���Coast   W       Senefi*
Assistant  Gen'l I'assei^g^r and Ticket
Apent. 185 Adams St.. ChirAgo. 111.
Trains & Steamers
.
Mat.s  Despatches.
i. (closed at eleven
' ie night)���Vanoo iver     . ta
G. N.  ii. "Owl
7:       .. ...���Vancouver    and   (<
Tuesdaj i Victoria, via  B   C   Electric
railwa;
Sumas and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, and points
between New Westminster and Huntingdon, B.C., via C. P. R. south; alfeo
0. P. R. east, Sapperton, and Fraser
Mills.
S:30 .tn..���Blaine and Seattle, In*
j eluding all 0. S. points east and south;
ial3o all ;*oiuts between New Wesimin-
' star aad  Blaine, via G. N,  H
Note.���Cloverdale and district (Clo-
| ver Valley. Surrey Centre. Elgin, Allu-
| via and Kensington    Prairie i    Hazelmere, Port  Kells,  Hall's Prairie    and  -***m.
Nicomekl _��� -. atched dailj except Sun* Lv- Seattle S:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. S p.m.
day; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday, Lv* Seattle *:*5 p.m.. ar. N. ���'. ?:f*l>
Thursday  and    Saturday;     Tynehi ..   I m-
and Bon Accord, Wednesday ai.d Sat- *-���'��� Seattle ll 30 p.m ar. N. ' *. 6:20
unlay.    These  mails are all  received   a- m
same days as despatched. G. N. R���PORT GUICHON.
11:00 am.���Vancouver, Victoria and      No-    :':    '>c'ave-"
C P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave     New     Westmin!
11:30, 15:20, 17:48 and .-
Arrive at  New  Westmlnstei
 5, 16.27, 18:45 and  -
JREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY
Lv. aN. W. 9.20 am.; ar. Beattie 4 t-m
Lv. N. Vi". IM p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
.......... . ���   ��� .
��� a.   _._.:...:.:������
mferenci       ��� ��� m
ttici:.
. .. ��� . B
9eattle*
on  bj   v. anada
���
_ . .    v Eng-
. . Sti  e��� and ' hi    -       *
I p.       _ -..      .    oi      am via
through  'in   Vancou-
...;��� 9 Thi bi      *   ets   �� ill   all
carrj  stop
in   Western   Ci na  .... d
in   coajun      a with	
... :'.        t.ffi-
;   ��� .
.-_.   .        aaddai p   ���
, 5   9 -.-   ���  from
boria <   '
,    at   thr    -��� _"il I
��ouid be paid tf <        as
.   ������'*     Specls mei
prepared "*:   the Canadian Pi
pecially to hantlle tl -      ge bushiest
r,.\:   summer
*'* .......    aa    aa     a.     a.    ..
J* J*��*lll./a*l��^aJ.��l<^.
Xmas
Gifts
Perfumes,
Chocolates
Ebony Goods,
etc., etc.
A pleasure to
show you the
goods.
i
��� cla! reduction in
Christmas Presents
OF JAPANESE  GOODS.
A. SAKURAI
New Store. Begbie  S'.-eet.
Centra! Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
berland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:0n p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier,
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Guichon,
j Westham I land and Sunbury. daily
except Sunday; Woodward. Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday, via steamer
Favourite, Capt. J. C. Bruce. (Steveston mail despatched and received via
��� Vancouver. 1
2 ton p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R, north.
4:00���Vanoouver and Burnaby lake.
1 na B. C. Electric railway.    Saturda}
in extra, mail is ties; atched  to    Vic
torla .a Vancouver at this hour.
���Maine and Seattle, including all C
.-*. points easl and south, via G, N. il
���Flyer."
2:30 p.m    C. P, K. east, Sapp< rton,
.50  p.m.,  arrive Gu        ��� 1"::"
days;  also conni -...-:,..
except New Westn   . -:��� t   _ i
rhursday.
Leave Guk-ton 6:30 a.m.. ar: - Nv w
WeatmlaaTei 8:45 Fridays; ., -* con-
nectlofts by  2  ; m.    excepi    Gulchon
-day and 6 am. Thursday.
Lv. N. W. 6 -    a.m.. 3 p.m . a...   ��� 5f
;. m. Ttir Vancou i > i
Lv, Vancouver Stu".  a.m.,  4 p.m.  and
* *.. 30 p.m, f tr w estminster,
B.  C. ELECTKK���VANCOUVER.
Leave New  Westminster 5:50, 6 :
fiiaSO, 7:20 .    I * .. m., and everj   hall
bour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv.  Vancouver   tor   Westminster   at
50, 6:50   ! 20 att I  half hour >   tt.
11:30 pm.
��� isor Hot.-!
 ': ��� er Ml      and Coquitlam.
SOCIETIES. Vote.���The two 7:30 a.m, C.  P, R
 n ills,  Bouth  and east, lake mail for
��� all  points    trom    New    Westmin   ��� r
and  distrlcl
I I
AT
RYALL'S
Drug Store
I. O. 0. F.���AMITY  l_OD(_E, NO. 27.-
l'ht i ������- tlai  .   etlngs of this lo Igi
ire ha.i in Oddfellews' ball   Colum
bla  street, every   Monday   evening :
at b o'clock.
.. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� .Meetings tbe first and third Tues
daj in each montb. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. C. W. hall. Odd
fellows'   Llock,   Clarkson  street
it   i Inclu ling  Langli
Synopsis oi  uii..aii.iii   Homestead
ReyulattOBS.
Ai.v available Dominions ian .is **>
1. HENLEY
Mniiufi-orure-
Mineral   Waters, Etc.
A^ted Water*.
Family  trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight strsrt.
NEW   \_VEs~i\AI\STE=:     B    C
WHEN   GOING  EAST
-.SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
tight Trams Ev.ty LHv m thr  Ye_c
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THL   l'RAl.N   lib   FAME
THL     NORTH-WESTERN,     LTD.
Embodies, the newest    and bt--t
tor   COMFORT,   CON\ EK   ENCI
and   1 . \.  R V       It   is   lighted    -    '
b. th   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly    illuminated    train    ia    the.
world l'ht    eqir.prnent    CC
private    -ompartmer.t    car^    Mai
t6  section   sleepers,   luxonous   <i.. ing
,-ia  Port Haney.)   The 2:30 p.m, C.P ln tho rallwaj   ���< ���  In  Brit sh Colum
It.  despatch  omits  all Lower  Fraser Ma, may be homesteaded bj any pet-eon  cat, reclining chair cars (seats free),
points eaBt of Coquitlam excepi  Pitt "bo la the Bole Head ol      fan    y, oi   n-oder-.
Meadows, Port Haney, Con Hammond, ������*-���'* male ovei  LO years ol age, to the
Webster's     Corners,    Mission     City, ��teat ol one-quarter section ol
Agassiz and  Harrison    Hol    Springs. Uores, more or leas
Malls for Port Moody andBarnel goes      l':"tr>' ��' sl ba ni",u' ��� '''s'1'*"*-*   <"
'nth via Vancouver and C   P. U. mal'.** i  ���"> local ,a,ui ottlc*3 ,or tho dl8trtct ln j
.which the land la situate.   Bntrj b>
i
proxy mav, however, be made on cer
iran  and smoking cs.r��
Timt   i ahies.  Folders, or any
lurther  intoririHtion   call  on  or  write
P. W. PARKER,
\vemir   Sein-le   W����.J|
^OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.U.F.
���.Meets the Fourth Friday in tht
month at b o'eloek. ln the biuali
hail, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES,
Atirie No. 20���Meets every Tuesdaj
evening at S p. ra., In the Eaglet
ball, Columbia street. A. Clark,
VV.  Pres.;   11. Scbotield. Secretary.
'"lit ROYAL TEMHLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednendaj
ai 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia -street.
>UNo *Jr oCUTLAND dENEFlT Ab
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets ou the First an.)
Third Tuesday of every mouth id
K. of P. hall.    Chief \V. Huthonanil.
GROCERIES for XMaS The Edison Theatre
Vl , :
goo
confectionery,   _
t'hristma.   tree
t lowest prices.
, O. O. F.���Royal City Looge, No. o
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, Col
.a Street, every Friday evening
- o'clock, Visiting lirt-thrun will
V made welcome. (J. lv Cilley,
N. O.; C. E Osborne, P. Q., recording secretary.
All
THOS. RUTLEDGE
Cori
The  Residential  Grocer.
Sixth Street and Fifth Avenu i
Phone 404.
Corner Columbia  and  Eighth.
h .'..-., Moving   FicureH,    lllus*
,-.v Songs,   Program changed Moo
day, Wednesday and Friday.
3l..   il   Matinee    for    Ladles    and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
60   YEARS*
IENCE
-08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.���
Red Rose Degree meots Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P Hall, Columbia St.. al
8 p. m.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in e.ic._ month, surae
time and  place.
PROFESSIONAL.
A   ^'HESALLER,    BARR181 I ll,   SO
Hclior,   etc.,    41!   Lorui    ���-*"" ''
opposite Court House   N��w  We
lter
W
hoiv* 143.
'���SIDE!   &   KDMii.'.'i1;
rs and solicitors.  BlaekK     I*
da Btreet,   New    We��tni
( ''it.'Side,  H   L  IMniorirl-
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the I'nlon Lodge, No, 0, A
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. IT. A F. and A. M.J L 0. I*
No. 1160; L. o. L, No. 1683; Coun
Bapperton, No, (688, l. o. V C. 0
v., fonrt Wwtmlnster, No. B80i
Brotherhood or Ow'��, Neat Nn 2H:
Mails   Received.
6:46 a.iu.  -Blaine and    Seattle,    in
finding all U. s. points, via O. N. R,
'Owl."
'j;00 to 10:00 a.m.���Btrawberrj Hill,
iii.:'>criand and South Westminster,
by courier (Tu?��day and Friday),
^:'.',)   a.m. ��� Vancouve,-  and   Victoria.
j via li. C. Electric railway.
r-:30  a.m.���Vancouver,  via  ll.   N.  It
10:00  to   11:00  am.- Ladner,   Porl
,  lulchon,  Westham   Island  nnd   (Tues
lay, Thursday and Saturday)   Wood*
ward, via steamer Favourite. (Steves
tori  despatched  and  received  via   Van
i couver.)
12:80   to   l   p.m.   C,   P   it.   cn it,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and   CoquII
lam.
L: 00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Pari
SD I  Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���Bast Burnaby, bj ooarler
' 30 p.m.��� Burqultlam, by courier,
10 p.m.   Blaine and Beattie,    In
eluding all If. s. polnl i; al   i all polnl
���..���tween Blaine and NewWestminster,
via o. N. it.   (Ste uote above ����������� io
days on which these malli are des
patched   and   received I
4:46  p.m-Vancouver via  t!    N   H
"P'lyer."
fi.oo���Vanoouver via B, 0   Blectrli
railway.
B:00 p.m.   Victoria via Vahrouvi i
7:00 ji.m -   Sniuaa    and  Scull I'      |B
clpdingali n. s. pnitiis mui points bi
tween Huntingdon and New We '"i1"
ster, via C. P, it. south;  also Frasei
Mills.
i :oo p.m.���o, r. n salt
win rou want m m or
Such a? Guns   V.Vrellits, Type^Titers,
or anj I'Kh;  sutomatk  machinery re-
ALEX. SPECK
llumbia St Man on the Wfcei
taiu couditious bj lhe father. motUer,
son, daughter, mother or sister of an   DCD A IRIM^     fUlMP
intending homesteader, IXL-I  ,*\H\I_^V��    .'���. V
The homesteader is required to per
torm the conditions connected tltere
with    under    one    of ihe    toiiowmg   p^red   eo to
plans'.
tii At least six moum? residence
upon aud cultivation of the land in
each   year  for  three  >ears.
(i!) if t.ie fsthei (or mother, if th<*
rather Is deceased), ot the honie-
���Meailer resides upon a farm tn the
.Irlulty   Of   lhe  land   entered   for,   the
requirements as to residence may be
-.illslli'd   hy   snch   pel   .in  les-.diui;   wlt,i
the father or mother.
Cl) If ihe .i I! ler imi hi* . ��� I man
ent residence upon terming land own
������ti by hlm in i.n vicinity ot his he . e
Htead, tha requirements as to res
isuca ina> Im tatisQed by fesldi ni i
upon the mud land
six inontiis Duties in writing should
be given to ths UuiuuiiHaionei oi Dom
inion Lands h> iMinwa of Intention ti
apply for paii ui
i'iial--itn.i   mining I'luhis ma)  b*
i leased for a period ol twent) on.  \, a.
hi   afl   annual   rental   of   $1   i**!    ti   ���
Not    more   than (660 acres sh I
��� "'."i to om  Individual or compah;
v royalty ai the rats of Bva cents pei
"ii   sIihII   he   (-ollecieil   nn     the     m*>r
chiintnhlp wai mined.
W. Wi CORY.
Deputy Of tho Mmlfltpr >>f Hie 'nlerliM-
FOR SALE CHEAP.
iArpe steam whistle.
Pour hoi ���    ov ��� . engine.
One SV1��    '
One ti      or ei * ajron
v>- is.-oriment of new   -.nd
���v, Otl
8PECK & CRANDELL
Speck Bleek, Near Trsm Ofl
Phone
rB
it
*- �����   'Waimm*%**w
JRY'
scrit
Dc MAHRg
Dtst INS
Co.��v:.ia>'r'-* Ac-
fl-in ntal
Anrnno sonrtlng- n ilwtflb *#��^:?iuotan
niiricir njwuiri onr ^n'm-." !'un7t'������������,,,,���.
,',,,..vi. n Hp^tjwrprtw'jfttejni :; :...���tm
TAKE
The White
and Yukon
Pas5
0"tp
Uw'*>'M}XpBMantMMWm
,,���     IL'.     \    I  ' LLM*.   ��_.'������"��� '"t,"   ,',      V --a.���,
,r..H naUr*, without Utotja, ln_o
:.-. .!/_
JUSTIN &  McQUARniK,   "���' '
ft>    '' rs. solicitors, etc.   OfTlfs   N
"K'tiiiriBtor.    Trapp    Block,    ��
,r'rl(Sf'n and I/irne streets.
MU*NnTCo w��i��*i-i, New York
mif^R wSrktvnuw  p.u
BOARD OF TRADE New Weslmln
ster Board of Trade meets In the
Hi.ud Room, City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thar la of each month,
Quarterly meeting} on the third I lor CONRAI"), CARCRO-V '''IN
Th Or I day or IPsbrtiitry, May.'WHITE HoRSR, DAW?f. ind
Atlgusl an i November, at 8 p. mlfJA'RBANKS Oaily rrain* K***cepi
Annual     meetings    on    the    third Vun<-��y)    Carrying    pas-cm 'tiail
Thur ad a J     of    February.    Now   7pr""     ,n''    freight    conne.       w\t*
member,    Bi,    b,   ���ro,K,sod    and j J*f��   *   C-"cross and Whi'-   R��r��
���     WamtatBIng  a thrnno-h  winter   ���
��� ic led at any monthly or quarterly .     p      infnm, ., i    .
_ I '   '"'"rnitition   npplv  to
I h Rogers, Tr**- '���'*
"The Milwaukee'9
Th*   Pion'*
���"hlrsm.     '
Chicago
Kansas Cil
���   Limited"   8��    Psui
9  ifl    Une"   Omaha
'���        'Wesl      Ltn-iif*
.'I
meeting.    A. D, white, Rpc.
No   train-
ulroaH   in   i.
(|iiipmfnl   th
vntikee   8r   Sl
>v>.n   and    v
MVt     " ���
���'VI.
H Third V
���icauo
?.crvtcr   .in
I-    that   i*qu��
fViirai;,
Railway
i     .wn
���licit train ���
fxcellcn.
'Isewher
.cnet-ai  a,,
�����ortla.. '
P
it
houses    I ���
.louses,
.iminster   Roa
JVER,   B.  C
���  south v
ouver.
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{ Everything good
!
to eat at
The People's Grocer
j    Shell al
lmonds   	
Shell  walnuts	
:: lbs, Mixed nuts  ...
Christie   plum  pudding
3 Ib. dates	
Huntley's and Palmer's
Sweet Biscuits in 1-lh.
packages, 2 packages for.  25c
Candies     Galore���All     Prices.
...40c
...40c
. ..50c
...35c
..  25c
C.AMSH
���Re PEOPLE'S
GROCER
���    Phone 193 and 443.     ,
THE
Hardware Store
Is the Place to Procure Your
Xmas Goods
Get something that will be useful  as  well as  ornamental.
Razor Sets, Carvers. Five
O'clock Tea Kettles, Plated
Goods, Shaving Sets, Mirrors,
rtc., etc.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Local Notes
Buy  your  Turkey  from   th*.   largest]
selection in the city at Th... Reichenbach Co., Ltd. �����    I
The Oscar came i" yesterday with
a quantity of general freight.
Everybody
get    your
Turkey    at
Reichenbach's
hundreds
to     choose
from.
**
Tho    Dominion    government    fooat
Petrel was at the department of pub-
lie works what!' yesterday.    She goi s
i ont today.
Application has been made to the
; mining recorder for a certificate of
I improvements to obtain a crown grant
of the Panther mineral claim, Britan-
' nia Mountain, Howe sound, for the
'Britannia Copper Syndicate,  Limited.
A nice piece of china makes a nice
j Christmas present. Adams & Deans
; have marked till their china away
! down   to  clear. **
Mr. and Mrs. i\ 0. Bllodeau return*
; cd yesterda y from Portland, Ov ,
where they had been spending a tVvv
days visiting their sen. Frank, who Is
attending Columbia University college.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best qual.ty.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Thomas Freeman, proprietor of lhe
���''Steamboat Exchange saloon, has b en
i onflned at his residence for the past
I couple of day*,    lt  is feared that he
lis  developing an  attack    of    typhoid
fever.
George  Adams,  the  Public    Supply
[ Stores, has just received a  large ship-
DOOI'S,   Windows,   Turn-   m.-ni   of fine  fat   turkey*   and geese.
ing,   and   Bandsawing.   I J����t >n the Pink of condition for the
��       Christmas dinner,
A   man arrested  by  thi    iollee    isi
We make a specialty of   fir   doors, I nighl will have to explain to the ' ���<-'
steamed and kiln dried. | lstrate "������- morning a charge of   ��� ;-
glng wiiich  will be prefei     I  ai    d *
i him.    He  says he  has  never  woi .< \
W. E. Walsh
Wr   m i i    ���    land does not propose to begin al  th a
.E.Walsh, jr.  latedate |n ,ife_
Factory:   End  of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New Westminster.
ar
-?�����
ADVF.RTI--i
���  IN  ���
THE       DAILY       NEW**
To  INCREASE  Yuu.* BUSINESS^
heffield Cutlery
'ockei Knives, Ca       _ Sets, Table Knives, Forks and Spoons   Ch   -
as Gifts in manj lines of iseful and dainty household i   I   l<
BRYSON & SONS
Sole   Agents for   Monarch   Ranges.
���^bta  Street.
Tekph...-
Knock  the  cover on  a  I ox  of "B.
C." cigars and try oue.    It will mike!
a "hit." *���
Rei .���   Booth and .i   Smith, elei    of
��� he Coquitlam municipal council, i
In  the citj   j esterdaj   end avoi ln_   to
arrange  for  a  public   mei ting  al   an
��� .ii-l >   date  with n fen uce  ' i   he    o
quitlam   lake  dam   to   whicb  the     i
thoi Ity  is  strongly opposi I     The    a
una! ratepayers' meeting  v. I] be I    I
on Jan. '.'. in the municipal hall \V<
min-       J ..in .i'.ti
MacKenzh '.-  :  i ic<   ' lh
In
ui .i  -��� . ies or' ..
il Citj    oi     r i his     In ���"  was
... ell   atti ii led   la-     . vening    ai
��� , all     i hi n ���
les are Mrs.    ...   i ���   Brj mner,
\l      .1   Stilwell Clute, Mi     (._   K   i
M        i    ll.  11 amon I,   Mi      1.
Harold Jones and Mi     Vrtl .   Malins,'
The committee  In  chai ge   v, e e J    \.
Moth. I'.v.ll. .1. S. I! O'Bri. ii and B. N. ;
Sutherland,    Harpui'.- orchi sup-
the   music
_���_^^_______^_^___________^^^________ Special   sali   ol Showi    prool  Coats;
D��0*OeO*0*K>��K)0*k>K)*K>*K5*0*K50<K)^^ Ul  -ll,h Centu
5              ^                          �����.����*���                                  * 'ill'lli: ��� for $15.00; $20 for $1.   $21 foi
~                                 c $19;   a    Phllllpi
During the Holiday Season
the B. C. E. P.v. Co. will issue
5     Special Rates
l Adults 50c, Children 25c
good until -January 2. 1909.
3
I BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RY. CO. [
*
Vi .i     .        mi ��� ting ,,i  th,   t'o,ii.I ol
! ��� i. ������ comml   lorn i
t roni    a   ���' as   made    by    a
ministerial deputation  to the tran fi
lof the Delta  hotel lie u-,   from ll   N
.i  It.   li.   McKenzie,
il ll ter brii
; considi rable hearsay e. ld< tn ������    of    a
unatoi     oal nre a he ho
i tei   bui   bei au ���   of  their ���   ti
- tibstantlate  their i li.ni gi   .  ih��*li   pro
were unavailing und  ihe licens.
wa    dulj   tran :'��� rred, i lor Qib
ii pecto
' ti ft   in
the  near future
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE NOW  ON  SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street
Turkeys, Geese and
Chickens
FOR   CHRISTMAS
AT THE
Central Meat Mar et
Corner Eighth St. anB   Fifth Aveuue
PHONE 37a
BOWELL & ODDY, Prep fitter*
MONEY INVESTED
For t'llents on Flrsl  Mortgages on improved  farm    nd In   the
I'laser Valley; and also on improved   properties  In  ihe cities  of
New Westminster, Vancouver and chilliwack. which :_��� a return
to the Investor of
8 Per Cent.
All securities carefully Inspected by u?*.   Over 11,000,000 now Inverted for companies and Individuals.     :     :     :    . :     :'
F. J. HART & CO., LID
New Westminster
tWifc��.jj;;ii^l2BB
Buying of Christmas
PRESENTS
Made Easy in This Store
Customer*  lind  shopping in  our store a   plea
article  is  marked  In plain figures bo thai  you .   ���
yourself whal  you should pay.    We have th
play in Buch a  manner thai they can bi     <-n and
easily,   Ev.       i. r on Is Invited to visit  the     ., .
around.    We wanl  you to see for yourself the
Of gift a tic es   which arc on  dii plaj   at jirii
this stoi      ..   popular Christmas shopping ceni u,,
below . a ban   me atlon  of a   rew     ,���,. i .'
lines:
SPECIAL BOXES of
Neck Ruchings
.'��� I'hiffon Neck Ruches ln fancy
Xmas box - With holly designs
A  mo " ropriate  i nd   Inexpen-
siv ��� gift to .. la . ��� Boxes can be
had whii i ta n a 1 white or assorted ci l varieties of niching In eai Per box  ....  45c
A Special Line of
Handkerchiefs
For Christmas
��� 3 for $1.00
Twenty-flve loz   pure linen handkerchiefs which a .��� t
for the nun:. ���   old In the citj     Thi
���ii,. ������ for $1 >" lone up In  one- ��� ;���      .       on<
iKixe  .
A Glove We Can Recommend as
a Suitable Christmas Gift
HtflD PRIX, PARfS, i9
| Reynier s Gloves
to ��� .      The     and ird of thi
. h ives  ��� know n all i iv. r I he woi Id I                   ���
When you iaii of I he -������ glove      rem                         the.     ai i
guaranteed.   Vou a  ���   nu chances when you                     Vnoi           Int,
If you . presenl            ' iris tmas   .                          chan ?������
I for a pair of the sai       i                       ���
I      ..
Rea
niaran
and   ��� Buied i
Ladies'   Hand Sewn   Suede   Glov.-   -   i he
esi ,nd mosi durable In wear;   tan
	
n
l
.    .   .   $2.00
Ladies'   Fine   Soft Kid   Gloves���\   beautiful   llm ofl
kid.   Thl   line ia known ei "Suzette,1       ���     cwn;  shades or tan
only: per pair $2.00
The "Bonneval" Ladies' Kid Gloves���Our ; Uni   0   |  "���     , rihown
i ol "in. brown, mode, grey, gn m, ���   rdlna . .....     and black
and white which are of a special waBhahlo flnltsh;  per pair $175
The "Sitka"  Ladies  Kid  Gloves    Made   Ol      heavy,     dure kins;
I,    . er and    ���   b   fine as the "Bonneval"  glove;      I colors;
 $1*80
GIFTS For
The Home
j- to $10
Eiderdown Comfo   ��� ,
Woo   bl ink. ���
Silk bound Wool | :,
  $.'���
Bed Spri ad . ��� $1.25 i   $7.50
Co        Covei '   $-.
Tapi      .'. |       ,
$7 50
'
	
$1.2
'��� . LSI
$7 00
4 Special Lines in
Drawnwovk LINESL
Vl  95c each ;
$1.25  to   fl 50,
Secon I    At    $1.3[>     each.:
values $1.60 to \   00
Third    Al  $1.95 each;
lies $2.25 to . 1.00.
Fourth     \i $2.95 each;
| 1.50 io   '
Low Prices
ON ALL FURS
Every   fui   In   the sto
had at redticl :' fro
iut  cent,     Remembi r    th
w hen iu search of Chrl
Reduced Prices
ON ALL
TRIMMED
HATS
For Christmas Selling
We might just here give a word
of ad vice to those husbands who
complain about th. ir wives' hats
costing too much. Any man might
embrace this saving opportunity to
present his wife with a nice hat
for a Christmas present, and save
money by doing so.
Don't forget the millinery section
In th" Christmas present search.
SOME THING
Suitable for
The Babies
Vou cannoi lei Christmas pass withoui remembering the
folks. Such a li.-t as given here may assist you In choosing i
and the.*,, are more serviceable than toys*.
Babies'  Knitted Wool  Jackets, sky, cardinal, pink and While;  Wl
and comfortable;  made in coat style.    Each 75c to $1*
Infants'   Cashmere   Kimonas, made of er, am cashmere  and   '���"
with pink or sKy silk;  most attractive and serviceable, Kucb       $20-
Infants' Silk  Dresses, made   of   Japanese   washing     -lH>s    '-':'
trimmed with lace ,and embroidery   Insertions;   yokes     are     tuck<
sleeves are full with draw string at wrist;   skirts are lull  with <vld
hem at bottom   Each $2.60 to $6-60
Establi hed   891
Incoi poi ated 190B
I Ver
sack
W. S. Collister & Co.
TME STORE  POR WOMEN'S WEAR
S^���^BBpg��� i ������_���____���___���
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