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 ^fihiles & Co.
��F1��C INSURANCE
t WESTMINSTER, B. C
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While, Shiles & Co
,REAl>f STATE
Columbia &r \        Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C  FRIDAY  MORNING. NOVEMBER  22
1S��07
ITALIANS INSISTED ON
SAILING   ON   VIRGINIAN
IS ALMOST
IOR BUSINESS
^'Westminster's Biggest
Best Hotel to Receive
.withinShort Time.
_
, ell bot< 1'"    Within it few da;..-; ���
��or<lt  will  fall   on  the  ears  of
lHn|TT    descending from C. V.
*X N. H   trains at the .two lo-
Mjtl, ami   it   is   quite     probable
J4*f Will  In' askeel  to step  into a
IMtni11.'   -I  "'''��� ride lee the in '���'
���tti..     A   f''',v   ri'1*'   l"   ���'   hott-1   ' 1
WCMtDliii-!'"���'   will   he   a   novelty
 w bat  ii   there  is  to   he  no  eli '
Hi tke   Hus-sel!   eepiipiueiii,   : In��� .-.���
���Urely  he   ..   v��-liiel��-   to  meet   a'l
1
|M*jP|^ Carpe:.'' .     ai'e  imw   aibling   'ri'
fUftg tOU' '���������'     '"   '!"'  new   liiiVlelii:';,
���Ttfjftli.ae-   will   ':,.���  iie   r> a line.-- * '    " ^_m
��Jt*Bn������enceme���,     of   busine*   Newton BciTS. ClriVCr Mono-
^^^���   ^*^*^-^a\m   -.illl
logue Artist, Will Render
"David and Jonathan."
In dramatic  characterizations,  "Da-
'   viei and Jonathan," a stirring Biblic.l
Montreal,  Nov.  21.���There   was    al
warm time oa the Allan steamer Virginian las; evening.   Twn hundred It-1
aliens  who bad  purchased tickets for
Liverpool, swarmed    on    hoard    the
bteamer  and   took   possession of  the
steerage. The company intended send
ing the Jtalians on the Sicilian, Bailing this evening, hut the Italians cam.'
to the conclusion that they would sail
on the Virginian, and took possession.
Attempts  were made    to    d'slodge
' them,  but  without   avail, and  finally
! the company was obliged to take off
I 250 other steerage passengers, mostly
Poles, Russians and Swedes and trans
ler them  to the Sicilian.   They took
the change of steamers philosophically,  ami  the  Italians  carried the day
The Virginian has 800 passengers Ii
her steerage.
HOTEL LICENSE FOR
SAPPERTON WANTED
Petition is Being Circulated
Among Residents, But
Many Oppose Movement.
ODDFELLOWS ENTERTAIN
FRIENDS TO-NIGHT
,1s-
ss
The only matter -still
the management, but a
his problem ls anticipated
Tabor, of New Brunswick,
premises from the owner,
a te-w months ago, paying
neeiunt   in advance,  and   L ,,,,  	
later notified    Mr. Fader drama, will be presented this evening
i       not comply  with the   u,,,j,.:   the auspices    of    Royal  City
A suit resulting from th"   lodge, Nee. :;. I. o. 0. P., by that gifted
ent   or    the  agreement  is  Impersonator, Newton Beers, a mouse tried in court.    Proceed- ologulst celebrated for his renderings i
1 ii  started anl  will  be  of stirring scenes  peculiarly adapted
in due time, but Mr. Pa- to entertainments held under the ans-
fediate troubles are to get a picea 0f fraternal societies. Newtnn
fcinii to manage the house BeerB has long since' made a reputa-
it is constructed. To invest ,j,,M which compels attention, and Is
itxty thousand dollars in i still far from having reached tho point
for ornamentation only, ri where Ma dramatic art is oa the wane,
tdered a New Westminster For the past few weeks he bus been
usmess, it is reported that appearing in Nanaimo, Ladysmith,!
iron, accountant tor Mr. P* Victoria, Vancouver and other coast!
assume the management, but cities, presenting "David and Jons-
ion of this rumor is not yet tftap," "Damon and Pythias," and :;e.--
Sng, eral ntlier like dramatizations for tbr'
iss.-'.!  ;- exceeded in deaga   benefil of fraternal organizations. Ev
larance    by  very  row hotel  erywhere   his   topereaBfttions   have
b on  the coast.     It proh��bly   p,*,, stamped with ibe seal of p��W.c
ird'in British Columhia. The  approval, and it  is safe to say that
loot- is subdivided into an o'-   his  appearance in  this   city  tonight
_bv. dining room, kitchen,cloak   w\\\ bul be one more to be added '���-
A proposition to establish a hotel
in Sapperton ls again in the wind, ami
hiels fair to get as far on the way towards development as the licensing
commissioners at least.
The responsible party is a Sappe.--
ton   old-timer,   who    believes   that   a
hotel  would  till    a  long-felt "want lnl
Sapperton, as  well as bring compensation  to himself.    He is  circulating
a   petition among    the ratepayers of
that district, and if a sufficient number of names can be secured, the pe-
tition will le laid before the licensing
commissioners at their next meetinu.
According to the recently enacted Li
quor   Licensing   by-law,  the   endors;1-
hii nt of a majority of the ratepayers
of the district in which the promoto-
proposes building a hotel is required
before the petition can receive the attention    of    the    licensing    commis-,
sioners.
It is confidently affirmed by persons
. who should   know, one    of  whom  ri
Alderman Garrett, that the promoters
I will never be  able to induce enou,?ri
taxpayers  to  sign  his  petition.    Aid.
Oarrett stated  yesterday that he had
ben asked to support the petition for
a license, bul lie intended, on the coi-
trary, to oppose the movement lo the
best of bis ability.   He held that Sai-
perton, notwithstanding the increased
number of industries and the grow-in1;
need of accommodation, did not jifeed
a hotel.
The circulator of the petition reports that he will erect a btfildinr,
first-das'!, in every way. to cQst not
lis? than  $20,000.
CANADIAN PATROL BOAT
FIRES ON AMERICANS
Put in Hay, Ohio, Nov. 21.���The
Canadian patrol Vigilant todaj came
upon two American fishing boats and
a launch near Old Hen Island. There
were four men in the boats. The fishermen were ordered to surrender, but
instead they hurried aboard the launch
and set out for American waters ts
fast  as they  could go.
The Canadian government boat
chased them a lively race for n time,
hut when the Vigilant sent- a shot af-
i ter the Americans which came dangerously near them, they surrendered
and were taken aboard and later to
boats fishing on the American sid?.
and liberated.
The  Canadians, however,  kept  the
fishing boats.
PENITENTIARY WARDEN
MAY BE J. C.
CENTS PER VraiE
>,ten CENTS PE
PRm *
**7.
">b,
1   V-. v*
E'*%��Aftia SINOGRAPH
FAIL  TO  APPEASE  STOR.vt
'���%
'If
y
Nov. 21.���The Gei
man steaim .    "* -.^ >hich arrived
today    from   Japtu.      ith a cargo ot
3,800 tons of coal, was lashed during
.   .     . _ | her vovage lv a hurricane which sent
Ottawa Despatch Announces | ,....im,aill<1���s'wavt.s awash her aecka,
Appointment    tO     Vacant | carrying  away   every   portableanicri
Government Position.
Ottawa, Nov. 21.���J. C. Brown, tf
New Westminster, Is to be warden of
New Westminster penitentiary iii
place of the late Lieut.-Col. Whyte.
Mr. Brown bas been long Identified
with the interests of New Westminster and district and the public life
of the province.
GOVERNMENT LOANS
TIED UP IN BANKS
Secretary Cortelyou Proposes
Taking Drastic Action
Against Gotham Shylocks.
GRUNT FOR DOMINION FAIR
ASKED FROM CttiUY '.ITY
|nel  several  bedrooms, besides
and bathrooms; while tbe two
Stories  are'  laid  out   in   parlors
(rooms.    In the basements aro
lithe barroom, billiard and poo'
Kpample  rooms,    storage  room,
lritl_tmace   room.
kil th'    furniture  has  rn rived,  and
fc^be Set   up a.-   '.-'Kill  lis  the   painter;
,V*��<"it��' I
b.e restaurants
Ito employ all whites
uJBpttle,  Nnv   ri       The .lupnnese \vh i
J-f      ItfB  menial   tasks     ��i.<iui   Kenttri
��� MNUtafant   ;e;v 'ei !.��� seipi'lann'd inthe
ilWWfcltiiie   ie\   whi:('  Inline', aei'iii'iliii '
'to a ���eclsiiiii 1,'iidieil hy thi' tui'inlei'i-
l*a%  tpB   S'aett  e      Kestaiii'atil     Keep' 1-
MMCtatb   e        Thi'     ediani'..'   will  take
HM��.jJr,ai|ii.r,l\, as ilu' restaurant neei
do HOt belb v.-   Mn".   can   fell   the  ���laps'
pla-cea -,\-   ri..'1   n.nie.     (;ie..u:. an l
IUItfem Will   I'H'   aiil;    lei'   le l it-el.
the long list of previous successes on
the coast this season.
Mri'iiely a large number of tickets
have' been disposed of by the committee in  charge' of  the entertainment,
and as the lodge Iras decided to throw
open  the eloors of the lodge  room to
Ihe general public, there' is no doubt
that   an   overflow   meeting   will   greet
Mr   Beers' appearance  this evening.
in order lo permit Mr. Beers to commence   his   impersonations     at   eight
o'clock, ihe members "f  Royal  City
lodge wl"  assem'. le at  seven  o'clocl;
and transact   t'lie  usual  routine business  before   declaring   the    meeting
open  to the public.
I ney
Took    First   Cable
I New   ri . ',..    v..        .'i       \\ illiain      '.'
Bklekk'l     v. in- e i\,   I   ihe   in: i    i,
���age ov i  i ,    \ iaiitie- e   : . -. .-m ;
PHeSl<)( a       It'll    i.e.:;;:]    > ��� >   ( J e I e ,  II   V   I'tu, II
���C i dues ihe,    ill   lll'iKiiJeii.     II   was
"jft^HocMug  as  ..11  experl   lolegrupln  '
^Bts.nni;i.en  thai  he received   the
essage.   He delivered it to tho
__   ^Brm  and si ut  the President's re-
j  to   lhe    Ipi i.      ||,���   rilsee   re ea ived
.��� ,_  ^Kbst me; -a���.'..���   from  llm   Inent   aiineiiii"-
nCM '.'toll'the   fall   uf  Kii'hnioinl   nl   the elos.'
*f tjte  Civil   War      lie  ha I   irinia.i-  -ef
th* fll       iniliii,;,     H'li'urapb     staliiui.
Ittee  1 m.s..   Mr.   Shudder   has Iretm   in
th^e^Wellery  business  in   Manhattan.
I Anxious Father Inquires.
J,  Collins,     of   Ai'l.riii-.'i.   S'l.'l.al.,
,':ljjlfwriii''n  to  lnuninhm Kan.ls Agenl,
i' ''J1v'H��rK<'ii/ie- imitiiring conc'riiiug the
���'���'���  IfMtealKnils of  his son.  William CoV
MM,  weui   was  lasi   hoard   of at   Yari
'ik%*tkMvii.  when  he  was working for lb"
" vC;1k.   The young man is descrihel
"   'aM'lWln-  about   nineteen  years of age
five (o.l  seven inches tall, light  huild,
','M*A blown hair. anel. when last heart
riOVwn;'   smooth   faced.        \">'     lli,p>'
Jtnowi ic the whereabout; of the youn.;
.. gut    i,.pieste.| to communicate with
Vv#tl*T  Mr.   Mi"Ken/.ie or ('lib f of PO-
' Homdiitoph, who will In turn notl'v
BBanxioi's   y.-y.-nu    of  th"  missing
PROHIBITION   LAW
CAUSES   WILD   SCENES
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. ri.    lap.
ced nted scenes vn-n- enacted in tbe
Sj natc chamber of the historical cap-
it.>i of Alabama  when    the statutory
prohibition  bill  was passed,    Womei
a-i1 children thronged through the cor
; [di -. e and gallerb a and even Invade i
the Banctitj  of the floor itself, pushing tho senators from their seats an i
giving  vein  "i their   enthusiasm by
shouts and cheers thai   choed and r
��� ch l through the building.    Senators who opposed the bill ware hissel
down    when    they   ajose   to   spea'..
again il  the measure,
Tin., statutory prohibition bill which
passed today was In the nature of al
compromise between the anus anl
i Prohibitionists. The anils., Mietng the
handwriting on the wall, agreed to
give up the tipht provided the timo
was extended until January 1, v.ni'i,
when the sale of whisky -will be forbidden In the state of Alabama. This
amendmenl will be scut to the House
and will in- concurred in wlththil a
light.
SIR   WILFRID   LAURIER
CELEBRATES  BIRTHDAY
Ottawa, Nov. -!1���Yesterday wns lhe
anniversary of Sir Wilfrid Laurier'.-
birthday. The premier was horn at
St Lln, Quebec, November 20, 1SI1.
so that he was Gfi yeans old yesterday. Telegrams wore received fro.n
all quarters,conveying congratulations
and good wishes.
Sir Wilfrid is In the best of health
and spirits und celebrated 1be day In
characteristic manner, that is to say,
at work in liis oflice In th? Wflltei'l
departmental block.
Calgary, -Nov. 21.���As a result of i
-special meeting of the city council,
which was attended by I. S. (i. Van-
Wart, prealdenl of the Exhibition
board, and Manager Richardson, the
city will submit a bylaw to the people
i<i re-Use $35,4  iiu- the dominion fair.
MaiiKgui Kicharib-on gave a sketch
of the insinuated expenditure. The Dominion government grant for $50,00 I
carried certain stipulations. The grant
must be used tor equalizing freight
ratea tor tive exhibition from all owar
iin. Dominion. Special prises over and
above the regular exhibition, advertising outside of Alberta, and th ��� cosl ol
educational exhibits and add.tional Attractions for the fair.
The grunt from the provincial gov-
ernnieni   was. he thoughl. to be given
unconditionally.
The hoard would have to expend $40-
000 on new buildings, and for this>pur-
08 ��� thej would hav,'' only $20,000. If
the City should give $20,000 toward;
the buildings, the board would give
them a written guarantee that it woul I
pul ba $15,000 In permanent buildings,
and another $5,000 in a tempo: ll :���
building, in which to accommodate visitors. After the fair the city will be
rii .< ii full posesslon of all the build-
Inga and thus will gel bacls $4 I.Outt
for the $20,000 pul in.
Mi Richardson Btated that the board
Intended to aee thai visitors had
proper Bleeping accommodation, They
would pul up a temporary building
oniside of the grounds and rent rooms
an.l cots al  ;i nomin il price.
They wen' also endeavoring to bo
cure the targe number of tents whicn
are used in llm local military camp,
ami these would he placed all overth'3
city, with boarding house people,anl
for  private  use.
New Westminster had spent $1,500
on advertising and $10,00(1 on music
Calgary would siieiid more on advertising and less on music. Westminster had raised $9,000 from local subscriptions, Calgary dh| not Intend to
ask an.v subscriptions.
The board suggested thai the council appoint a committee to co-operate
In expending the money.
New York, Nov. 21.���An acute dK-
erence has developed between Secretary Cortelyou and the banking insti-
ests of the country. Secretary Cortelyou feels that certain banking institutions have not treated him fairly.
In this feeling he is sustained by the
President.
The administration has stepped lo
the front to save the financial situation, instead of the men whose lull rests have been jeopardized co-opo-
rating fully with tbe government they
have met the government's liherailiy
it is charged, with selfish aggrandizement.
lt is extremely probable that, within the next few days, several .oT tha
men who two weeks ago were figuratively on their knees to the secretary
id' the treasury will hear from bim iu
no uncertain terms.
Briefly, the secretary believes, and
thia '>< lief Is shared by the President,
thai ee: tain hankers, instead of utilizing the funds released by the government to relieve business stress, have
diva rted the money to build up cash
reserve s.
Others, it is saiel. have gone into
the markel to buy securities at pan1"
prices, rather than apportion the mo
The above despatch was receive'l
yesterday, but no confirmation as to
its authenticity could be obtained.
Mr. Brown is at present in Victoria
attending the sitting of the Fisheries
commission, of which body he is 'j
member, and up to yesterday evening
had not heard of the appointment, although be knew that his name had
been connected with the vacant offlce
for several weeks past.
Sinee the death of Lieut.-Col.Whyt >.,
the penitentiary has been under the
charge of Inspector Dawson, wh i ae-'
rlvea here early in September in older to investigate the escape of fou:
convicts from that Institution,
and causing much damage. For twi
days in the middle of the Pacific her
Oriental crew kneeled before their
idols and prayed to their gods. An incident of the storm was the playing
of a battered phonograph in the cabin
Capt- Frank gave orders to keep
music in the air, and the familiar
strains of "My Old Kentucky Home"
could occasionally be hevmi above tho
roar of the tempest.
The Tolosan came in with a yellow
flag and will probably be fumigated
by the quarantine officials.
AMATEURS MEET
WITH GREAT SUCCESS
"Don't Tell My Wife" Loudly Applauded by Appreciative Audience.
BROODED OVER LOVE AFFAIR
ALL THE DAYS OF HIS LIFE
Nanaimo,  U. C, Nov.  21.���An    old
man named Martin was found dead in
bed at a house in Northfleld this morning.    Death was due to heart dieease.
The old man had a magnificent house
built years ago for the reception of a
girl whom lie was to marry, hut the
engagement fell through-   The house
has sinee been used for the keeping
of cattle and fowl.   Most of them ha I
perished from hunger and thirst, sine'*
the old man's death.
BURN HAS RECEIVED
i PRIZE WON AT FAIR
among the business interests
hat
Married. Not Murdered.
Calgary, Alia., Nov. _!1���.lacob Schneider. 06 years old. widower, whose
mysterious disappearance a week ago
created sensation here, was found in
North Dakota, where he bad gone to
get. married. His nephew, Leonard
Shan, held ty the police on snspleior.
of murdering the   old man, was released.
need  it.
More than $20D,ftOO,000 has been r
leasee] and placed iu the hanks. So
la.V-.-~ has the government been that
the working capacity of the treasuf?
is close' to a iHiint of impairment, In
addition there is the dee ision to se'l
$50,000,000 of Panama canal bonds,
and also to issue $100,0 10,000 in cer-
Ulir.ntis  of  indebtedness.
When the Wall street financiers
came to sec Secretary Cortelyou, he,;-
ging for this money.tluy declared that
the legitimate business interests demanded thai the crops must be mo?-
ed, cotton exchanges arranged, and so
on. it was with tie Idea thai legitl
, male business Interests were pe -
1 Buccored  that    the    money  was  r������-
! leased.
\ totally dlfforenl sn nation has el ���
veloped.   'rhe secretary has dlscov   '
ed that the hanking  Interests of the
, i ounl rj. Instead of releasing ilie m in
| ey for ihe need of actual I usiftlSSB, nr>j
utilizing i> In two ways.
First, when' heretofore bankers h.id
. been contented to carry a flexible cur
rencv rose rve of approximately 20 I) a
e enl. ' hey now, in man., instance
bave Increased their reserve to 33 and
even 50 per cent. Aa fasl as monej
has been loosened by the govetnmenl
it has been locked up by bankers.
Second, in many cases   the bank i
have Utilised the funds so provided to
buy   securities   al   panic   pi-lies',   wit a
the loins   as  collateral.
As a result  there is no more mooev
loose today for the buslnt ss Interests
of the country than thi re was before
the government started to render assistance  to  the crippled   banking  ip.
(erests.
This fact is now realize 1 by the se"'
retary of the treasury and he feels In
has been treated unfairly.   What st������ i
he wlll take to remedy the situation
can   only  be  surmised.    One  method
of retaliation is at hand:
The si'civtary can withdraw the do-
posits from the banks and the batri
eis who he thinks have acted unfairly. After be has Stated hri views idn
the bankers, if he finds them still recalcitrant   he  may   take    some   sub
,��tep.
Calgary, Nov. 21,���Arthur Hum has
received a handsome $250 gold watch
from the New Westminster Exhibition
Co., being the trophy for the ten mile
race he won there during fair time.
The watch is suitably engraved on
the inside of the case, giving the date
and place of the race.
Accompanying the watch was a let-1
ter from Manager Keary to Jimmy
McEwan, stating that he was glad to
send the watch to Burn and stating
that lie thought McEwan was too
hasty in the remarks he had given to
the Albertan for publication on returning from tbe coast. One point
Manager Keary particularly objected
to was the Eacl that McEwan had
stat.'el they received better treatment
in Vancouver than in New Westminster.    Of course, that is all a matter
of opinion.
Hoth Burn and McEwan are entirely satisfied with the trophy ami are
of the opinion that such a prize is
worth going a long way to win.
Farmer Outdoes Luther Burbank.
Wenatchee, Nov. 21.~W. B.  Pack-
i wood   expects   to evOlUte  a   variety  of
potatoes that  Will enable a man to ga
iher instead  of digging  potatoes,    lie
Is led to    ' In ve t .iis by a strange i \
I erlence be has had on his ranch
Central Washington,   He haa succeed
.ri   in   raising immense potatoes     n
vims above the ground instead of by
roots.   One of the big fellows weighs
four and three-quarters pounds, 'I in
product  comes from the  planning  ol
potato seed  that  grew on top Of vines
Jast year.
Little Girl Dies from Burns.
Nanaimo.  Nov.  21.���Little  live'-yea;--
old Maud Qibbons, who died at Lady-
I smith yesterday, was tbe victim of a
burning accident.   She was sitting by
the siele of a bonfire on Sat nnl '..',
when her clothes caught fire. Her
father, who was In the house at the
time, saw the accident and rushed OU
nnl tore the clothes off her back. The
nttie one was badly burned, fiowever
and gradually Rank.
London, Nov. 21.���As a result, of th"
scarcity of fodder throughout the
county of Middlesex, cattle are h n-r
sold at almost sacrifice prices by farmers who are anxious to dispose of
their surplus stock before the wlnt r
cornea on, Tbis condition ls genenl
around London. C.ood beef cattle are
still Iti good demand, but. stockers are
being let go at prices heretofore un-
heafd of.
Produced   under  the able  direction
of  .lames   W.  Evans as  a benefit  for
the   Women's  auxiliary  of the  Royal
Columbian    hospital,    the    three-act
farce. "Don'l Tell My Wife," presented by a septette of local amateurs at
the   Opera  bouse  yesterday   evening,
j proved to be one of the most enjoy-
i able theatre events of tbe season, and
j the warm applau��e tendered the Hies-
' pians by the appreciative audience removed from the footlight favonTes any
j doubt that they might have entertained as to their ability to interpret Sidney Orundy's  comedy    in a   suitable
manner.
The story   of  the   play,  as   is   we'l
known locally, hinges upon the boomerang brought upjn himself by a pra-_-
I tical joker of a husband, who foolish-
i ly  thought  that  be  was  a  match   toe
i woman's wits.   As Felix FeatherstonJ,
j the would-be master in his own hous-',
' James W. Evans, the only professional in the cast, appeared on the stage
for  the  flrst  time  in  five  years.    His '
long absence from the   glare of tne
footlights had in no way impaired his
ability bo successfully interpret a difficult role, aud it is a foregone conclusion that were he in New Yor\�� .-i
tho present time, he would nol be on.'
of  the   three  thousand   tramping   th,'
Great White Way in search of work,
In the  leading feminine role, Misa
.leannette  Peele   (Mrs.  Featherstone��
acquitted  herself  in  a mannev    that
showed tbe possession or con si de rdSt '���''.-
dramatic talent and also the ability u
thoroughly   loss  any  man  that   might
interfere   with   her  plans.    Manning
a husband is oue of this lady's sinui;
points,  and   her  success  las;   evi ning
should he a happy augury i'h', the future.
Miss Margaret Lewis, and Harry
Davis, who acted the part lovers, hoth
showed   that   their   training    for  this
had nol I n < onftned to the n bear-
sals held in St. Qeorge'a hall, es h
having apparently in en wi ll Supplied
with willing i artn ra in the past.
Penelope,  the  i ert   maid,  foun i ,e
cleaver  Impersonator  in  Miss   Minnie
Johnston,  who Introduced   Into    the
���' i part   a   few  mannerisms    of  hen'  OV
which in no wise detracted from th i
effect,    in the third act, Penftop*   I
led to believe thai sha Is about to b i
kissed by both Felix and Unci.  Job i,
inn   both  decline,    Misa Johnston  11
aoi used to being disappointed In this
manner, but Bhe acted the part  well,
C.  i��.  i'i ele, who was cast for the
part   of   the   cantankerous  obi   UnclQ
John, made a greal hit with the audience by bis  -ei'.'i advice on the way m
whit h a  family Bhould  'ee con duet id.
Mr. Peele Is competent to judge as to
this, and it did not require greal effort to i arry Oul his part.
The musical num ers, "So l.onir,
Mary," and "Wouldn't You Like 10
Have Me for a Sweetheart," interpolated betwen the acts, made n greit
hit with the audience, both the sinking and acting being well up to the
professional standard. J. W. Fleming
as Dancing Dan, Introduced some
clever lerpsic.orean exercises during
an interval.
The following ladies and gentlemei
took part in the musical numbers:
Misses Bllodeau, Pride, Heaton, Fletcher, Spring. McLeod, Emmett, Kin?,
Corrigan, Livingston, McLain, Wilkle,
and Lewis; Messrs. Johnston, OU-
chrlst. Small, Stapletord, Mumford,
and Bilodeau.
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:i,V XJ-LBi HAII-Y M'JWS.
SEA HAS GIVEN UP
!    ONE Of IIS VICTIMS
It Should Be There ���
Look Por It!
The Label that Protects is in every genuine "Progress Brand " Coat and Overcoat.
Whenever yon buy���do just what this man
did���Look for the La kel���and don't buy
'til you find it. 108
H.   L.   de BECK
 FOR        J
Oil  Clothingj
BLACK OR YELLOW
Short Coats 3-4 Coats        Long Coats
For Men's Black Rubber Coats, all sizes
For Boys' Black Rubber Coats, all sizes
For Men's Mackintosh Coats, in grey,
mud and black.
Men's Shower-proof Coats
Boys' Shower-proof Coats
 TRY	
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
i
Lashed to the Boat, Body of
W. Holdan is Found on
Shore of Bowen Island.
'i'he sta has given up nue of i; i dead
us a result <>t the awful expi riencesol
tbe part}'  Of  three  who  set   out   in   .,
.sailing  boat   from  the mouth  of ih ���
Praser on Monday night, with the intention of sailing home to Vancouver,
for the body    of William  P.  Holdan
was found yesterday on the snore cf
Bowen Island.   He was fastened to th.'
boat,with hUiaCe contused and beaten
almost   beyond   recognition  from  the
battering of the waves.   The body was
found by .(. Bowes, who has a camp
' on North Ann. and had been searching.    The older man. named  Hudson
, is still missing, and as he could nol
| swim, a power which saved the life of
j Chapman, one of the three, it  is feared timi ii.. has shared the fate of Holdan.   The three men. with one other,
, bail been i'ii a shooting expedition to
the   Delta   country,   and   there   was   a
' gale* olowing  when  they  started onl
from Steveston,   The sailing Loal cap-
ri:.ia|  off Passage island, but they lii'.in-
aged  to turn  ii  over ainl (limb bee tf:
after   cutting   away   th.'   mast.    They
drifted   for   three   hours    and   ran U >
against  the rocks    off Bowen islan I,,
where all three attempted to jump t i
a rock, and Chapman only succeed' I
: after desperate effort-.     The' others
were swept back to the boat and  Iri:''
e d away.   Holdan was i'i years of ag1
land his family reside at iui Dun-unui''
j street.  Mount   Pleasant.     He  was  a
member of C  company of th" Sixth
regiment,
Condensed
Advertisements
FOR  BALK���PIANO,    PR-V
Ij new;    owner '':'-:
musi si ll.    Address  M.  C. M., Xew
I Hile'.
yni;  S .U---.    ST H.1...1 Hi >' h .
-T     en corner lot, Carnarvon ;- r< ������'
Ten rooms, bath, furnai i. - one
dation.   l'rice $5,500.   Apply Z., P. 0.
Box 693
FOVSD���OLD BBINDLE COW. iF
neet called for in two weeks, will
sell to defray expenses. A- Mackvay,
Burnaby Lake,
For  SALB���TWO   DISPLAY   TA-
bk's    ami    one  cashier's  office.
Suriibl.e for any store.    l'rice $5    a< "'i.
Apply Hox ls"i-
Lost   A PAIR OP OOLD-RIMMED
Glasses, on Tuesdaj morning, lee
tween Hospital street an.l tram offlce,
Kinder   please return    to this oflice.,
Mrs. vv. A. Powers, Sappertot
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework for month, or
washing clothes bj the' day. Applj to
S. Matsumurs, P. 0. Box 1.1)6, c ty.
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I Evening Classes in Commercial Branches i
Dr.   Mclntyre  Nominated.
W.'iaski, Man..  Nov. 21.���The  Liberal convention   for the federal  constituency    was  held    here yesterda".
' Dr.   Mclntyre,  the    preseni   membi r,
: was re-nominated,
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors  from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches  from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
1 face. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Kxnedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Kings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
:  Watch   repairing;     charges   reasonable.
ANTED-  POSITION   VS  S U,ES-
lady,  or  as  muse   for lnvali I
Apply at this oflice for address,
WANTED -A NUMBER nl-' HRS1
class   laborers.     Applj    t I   ri1 ������
ley, in ar Small & Bucklin's.
TT7ANTED    BY      Vol N'G     LADY
VV    room and board, convenient ' ���
posl oflice.    Apply K.. Box 693.
HiMER PIGEONS FOR S \l.l-:    AP
ply    1".  u.   Box 537,   New   Westminster.
ONE   LARGE    FRONT    ROOM    TO
rent ;  heated, etc.    Third avenu '.
second    nouse    from    Sixth    street.
WANTED���POSITION  AS   HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good ex
perience;   best  of references.    ,\
G., P. o. Box 693.
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDING
.school wants work with goo I trim
lly in return for room and boat I.
Appl;   Box 345, city.
WESTMINSTER REALTY EM
ployment Agencj su
kinds of help free to cunt:'.,!" ������ - au1
employers. Phone 366; P. 0. Bos
36S; 266 Columbia street. Call an i
see ' ir lisl of city lots, houses, aci e
-.1--I.I- and farms,   We can suit you.
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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Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his ohl 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 rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
Double Screened Nut
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IMPERIAL
The Good   Cheer
i STORE
IS  OFFERING
Underwear at $1.00
per Suit
Can't   Be   Beat
Stove-pipes
$5.00
Per Ton
Delivered  up to 4th Ave.
Ladies' Waists
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
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WILL BE GIVEN AWAY I
J        THIS  ELEGANT   LII.R.Ua'  INCLUDING   iri,
?   HANDSOME  CASI-'   WILL  BE GIVEN BY Vol;.
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   Wl..
CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OP   VOTES
LOWING   MANNER :
The merchants Hated  below will give  wiih  ea
J  chase one vote.
���
��� The  e mti        i    in  Aug. 23rd,   1907,    and  will
.   190S, at 7 p. hi.
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Colun
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are '    b    deposited
Al ;le" ���.   ���   e    the i ontesl  tbe Lodge, 8 ��� li i
having   received   the   largesl number of vote, ���...
library.
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f        Curreni   accounts  when  pro tup I j paid .er*- eDtl
J        Remember,   . >tes can he' Becured by trading ������>
��� eei below,
I.     i e ;. exhibition al  W   K. Pales' fnrnl
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W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
:
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Me.its
{ MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
X Restaurant
J ARCHIBALD   BROS.
��� Plumbers
��� THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
t (under new management i
f Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
��� _���,	
J E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
��� Sporting  Goods. Gen.  Repairing
��0AM
D.  S. CURTIS & cc Wf**
Drugs S2S9SS
         iOAR
A.   J.   BIRTCH ster
Dry   Goods BOBI
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West   Erd   Qi    -.-.        G"*
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THE   DAILY   NEW 3  Fri
Daily  and   Weekly   '.;*;
MOREY   &   CO
Books and S:  I
O.   BURDETT
Home made    Choc
fecteons,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   BTABlfl
S.   H.   Thompson. Prop.
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Ladies' and Children's Flannelette
and Woolen Underwear
These disagreeable days make one feel that
they   need   some  good   and   warm  clothing.
Before purchasing elsewhere, step in and
have a look over our Range. It is well worth
considering.   Goods and Prices right.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Streel
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W.  E.   PALE'S
MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE "iS
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{<  I iiiii the pioneer Furniture and nouse  trirnririua.   r)������...-r-. ten*
;���;  Director and Embalmer, and I win sell you anythlngln my lln'       *^1
j��J  and ��ill give you better value than you ran gel  In any othei
J   In the city.   Try me.
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Men's Pants
Wall   Papers in   endless  i   reefy.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    Chini |nn(| ]
Matting  from  15c  up.    L    oleums   from'15c   up. Curtain St    : at 8
ers. the  best  made, $2.2i   ,.er    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and ���
prices.     Iron  Beds, white     nd tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre- I     p
Sj         ambulators and Go-Carts ri all  descriptions.
J��J  aii kinds nf Job work ami repairing dune on shortest notice, Beasos-
>J  able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    Xew goods arrlvln    la   ���*"'
US       -    a ....... . _
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
Lace Curtains and
Curtainettes
Rubbers, all
sizes
j��J   and in the same old way.
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W.N. Draper (The Best of Everything! Kyle & Soil
Good to Eat
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Cllard Block.  New w����tmm��t*r   r.c
At KENNY'S Cafe
The Home of Plenty
'Phone 276      255 Front St.
1^1 ���^      -ji ;���;  ame prices ana sausracuon guaranteed.    New goods arrlvlni   la   I
I^IOrtllCB   11       j��;  ' Unyr MM ""' l),ock anrl am *m ,ioiu�� business in tlie samep!a<*|
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Hates.
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   Trip
Rates  to  Southern   California.
For fnlll Informal lon call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
OSES"''WtCTi-^-r
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Grinders jw*
":m   be  run   witli  eitli, r  ��� '   i:�� ���  '  ^^
'lo.-si'   tower  .,r   uinil.ni :      :"  "'"'ttmbli
���uiitiiii-; grinders made, t 8 <
,   be mi
striw  and   Feed  Cutters m
ilzes.    Our  pulpers  and  bIIc
m ide  with   revi rslble knives, ":
reversing the handle.    \|j :"1'
anei ball bearings.
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Portland. Ore.
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FRIDAY, NOV. 22. 1907.
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
48
PROFESSIONAL
n
Y:
W" NORMAN   it'll.K.   K.  ri,    JlAlt-
��� fister anil Si.,icit<ir. Cliam -
erf> Canadian Hank nf Cniiiin' ; ,���������
building. New wns-miiiM.T, H. ('.
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A'jfHlSALM.K. IlAKUISTKI.. S��)
��� UcltOr, etc.. 42 Lol ne S'l'i.-'
Opposite Court H<iu-". New We.-'tini'i-
Bter. .Krone 11 '���'������
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WH1TB8IDK   .v    l_!).\10.,'I.S.   lit:
tars and  soliciiors.   Blackie   l.lk ,
Columbia Stre1' -.    N.w     Wi'stiiiim-H'.'.
W. J. Whites !���   II   I.. Kdii ri.
R. J. P. HAMI'TON HOI.I'I. Solicitor Of tin   .-��� i;>i"<��� tii<��� ceiurt.    Offices
adlan Ban of Commerce huiklin'-i,
,bl�� eStl'et. opposite Heist Ofii:"-
WeitBlin>ti'i.    Money  ii)  hum.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Britlnh Columbia   Coa��t  Lin*
Service
IARTIN,  WKAKT   i:   McQEARRlE
BarrlSto       Milie-iiors, etc. Offices,
Weeetminsfr,  Trapp  Hlk   corn.'."
tyxnl l>u'ue strets. Vancouvi. 24, 44b Granville street,
^^���Jin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
MoQoarrle     ll.   A.     Bourne.       M -.
*M0tim Wil   be   in     the     Westminster
�����#ry  tri'iileiy  aflernoiin.
'   ���":
���
PjB. MARTIN, Barrister and
-r   Guichon  block, Colum
i m_a_ lleKenzle streets, New West
fcc.	
^���
, flVWtGRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
������d Notwy Public, In practice since
IMI tt New Westminster. B.C.   Of
tOM rfABOvc : to Curtis Block, Clark
m eitreet, opposite Court House.
IU). BOS IM.    Telephone 64.
i c:
F. H.A N SFORD,    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
Columbia      and      McKenzie
l. New Westminster, B. C.
I
PUB.
.RO & TRADE. \. w Wee-tinin-
Ster HOtTd "! Ti ;> l��- meet- in ill"
Board Roo:. Ci'}' Hall, as follows:
geeoad W<  ���'��� ���    b,.   ,,:   eairii   month.
Qnrterly   -.-���.���.,-   <>n 'he sea-em i
KOedH, !'.'���: na: May.
Ilieetl tn I   \'"viiri"r.   at   -    \,.   m.
ke etings   on   the   second
of     February.      New
may   be'   proposed   and
__\ any monthly or quarterly
A   E. White, Sec.
SOCIETIES.
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tte
COL
lyrtii
LUMBIA    LODGE    No
OF  ENGLAND,  B.  S.���
���egree meets Second and
^^Idnesdav  of each  month
^^__^_HB��.  Hull,  Columbia  St.,  at
_T* Ml^^Bite Rose Degree, Fourth
~~ Wedaetdty     in     i-.n-l:   monib.  same
��2a:aXv&mk':'a\twi  place       \ri-atia"   Brethren
_      eorditlly Invi   ���    ���:  i . \\.���lc-r pr
g-^,    eldest, M, Drin  .      e,   ��'iar\.
*URTtRUNETTE,  No. 4029,  I O.F.
>C     ���MMtS the   Foeinh   Fridav   in   the
L.     Bon   I   It  8   o'e-'.ee-k.   in   lhe   small
, htlV'tWdfello'.v:.'    I,lock.      Visiting
brethren are iia lie inwi.ai i., m-
tend.    J. B.   I:-is1i'.mi.   4\   K.:   !���'.   P.
Maxwell, R. .-.
I::.
��� I
etch-
and
Pre-
wf!��f
'aa}mr.w-ift*w7ra>^infr^_ii^ IB __������ **W'MJ3rV2��lIK
tAMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
ar meetings of this loeige
fi Oddfellews' hall, Colum-
every   Monday   evening.
|k.    Visiting brethren cor
intei    to    attend.    C.  8.
\. Q.;  A.V.n. McDonald,
C. Coatham.  R. S.; Q. 0.
Alex. Adams, treasurer.
U.   ORDER   OF   EAGLES,
���Meets every Tuesday
f-tt  ^   p.   tn..   in   the   Ragles'
Blmbia street.    F. .1. Lynch.
H.   Schofleld,  Secretary.
-FRASER LODGE No. 3
the first and thirel Tues
���ach     month.       Visiting
^Jtordlallv Invlteel to atiend
|*00m.  A. O.  ri. W. ball, Oel.l
T|ock.   Clarkson   street,   C
fan    i ee-.er I, r:   ileii.  iiacon,
|pDrl.n..in.
r.i.fHBR    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the inion i_od.;c, \o. n, ,\.
���  and A. II.;   Kin-; SoIoiihui Lodge,
ONO. 17, A;.P.   and   A.   M.;   L.   ()    L.
No. HBOj't, o. I... \'���. i.v..::; curt
.     ' BappettoU, No.  n;s::, i. o. \.\- <-. ().
*'���.     COUM We-Miniieeter,     \,i.     ;;:',i|;
SrotherhBl of Owls, Nesi No, 29;
B#ul��*t W:>'i  Lodge, No. B, I. O.
First Aid in Cooking
Nov.
13;
l.v
Nov.
26;
Lv
Dec.
9 ;
Lv
Dec.
26;
Lv
Jan.
9;
Lv
Jan.
25;
Lv
Fe!j.
9;
l.v
Feb.
24;
Lv
OURT ROYAL L'.'LUMHIA. No.CSC.3,
A.   Ol   R.'*��TI elll.al     U!''e.lll,_;s    ol
thli   Lodge   ire    '  --I   .    on    Uie   Se.-llll.l
end Fourth 'i "       -. oi cn-h i,.,.;.-,u
��t 8 p. BB. In :le.' (i.lill'ellou i' Hal
Visiting Srei iii mi ���' ���'��� ci.i'iiiiih iii
��Red tottte ri.   i:. c J ii iii. c. it.;
a?. P.'MtlWell. S. ea
I  ROYAL   ���IteV.r'LARS   OF   TEM
CK  meet    every   Weellieesilav
���    ���'-tfOCk    p.   III.,   ill   Oehlfellows'
'OeOlttlnl.Ki     street.      Visiting
]^^^_JjHJ|,e cordially Invited to at-
o>:,:,;0'Wtt, "O. Haae'inan.     S.  ('.;     N.R.
'Brow��l,,i:*��reia'>.
-|'|"	
, ���_*____- �����'���COTLAND BENEFIT AS
lS\ IwlATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
'JgAH^Itl.���Meels ou the First, and
Third iPttftday of every month in
5K��   Ot   P. Hall.      John    McNiven.
OMefj J. J. Forrester. Rec. Sec.
���J-	
,  (O. O.^*���Royal   City   Lodge,  No.  3
���-Meets  in  od.it'Hiows'  Hail,  Colombia Btreet. every  Frielay evening
It 8 o'clock.    Visiling lei'ithieii  will
|;| .   be made welcome,   e.n. ciow, n.c.
C.EyOsborne,   |>.   c.   recording  see-
"��� 'll     ��� 	
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
SKAGWAY. JUNEAU.  PT. SIMPSON,
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc.
S.S   Pr.ncess  May.
Leaves Vancouver s p. in. on follow-1
ing dates:
Victoria n p.m. Nov. 12
Victoria 11 p.m. Nov. _.'.".
Victoria 11 p.m. Dec. s
Victoria 11 p.m. Dec. 2.", I
Victoria ] l p.m, Jan. S j
Victoria 11 p.m. Jan. 21
Victoria 11 p.m. Feb. _S
Victoria 11 p.m. Feb. 24
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
8.8.   Princess   Victoria
Leaves   Vacouver  1:30  p. m-  dally;)
arrives ut Victoria G:^o p, m. daily.
Leaves  Victoria   1  a.  m.  daily;     arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S.   Princess   Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria S:Ii<J a. in- daily ex-1
cept Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 ;j.
m. daily excepl Monday.
Leaves Seattle 31:30 p, m. daily except  Monday;  arirves  Victoria 1 a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer  R.   P.   Rithet.
To Victoria:   Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.m.
From   Victoria:     Tuesday,   Friday,
7 a m-
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria ll p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each j
month   for  Quatsino and  way   port.~;
20th of each month for Abcuset, Ouat- I
sine, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30  p.m. daily, j
except Sunday.    Friday ami Saturday j
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at I
7 a. in.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New  Westminster,  8   a.   m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,!
Thursday   and  Saturday!,  calling  at
landings   between    New   Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Frl.. 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves   New   Wesmlnster   daily   ex- j
cepl Sunday nt 2 p.m., with additional I
trip Monday at 6 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday, |
Wednesday, Thursday   and   Saturday
at 7 a, in.: Frielay at 6 a.m. addltionaj
trip  Saturday 2 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria ll p.m., lsl and lath:
from Vancouver at s p. m��� 2nd
and ICth of each month, calling at
Skldegate on first trl]) and Bella Coola
on second trip. i
RIVERS INLET. VAN ANDA, LUNrf,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria S p. in- every Tuesday;
from Vancouver 9 a. m. every Wednesday. Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday   morning.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
*     S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrive s Nanalmo I p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. in-:
arrives Victoria :i p. m.
For   reservations   add   Information
call or address
ED. QOULET,
Agent, New WestBilustei
F.   I   COYLE
���isst. Gen. Pass  Agent, Vancouver
J. VV. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
I
It is really surprising the uses to
which Bovril can be put in cooking.
It enriches soups and gravies, and
adds flavor to stews.
BOVRIL
is more than a mere emergency food.
A  Good Cook Appreciates Bovril.
By Royal
Warrtnt
Purveyors to
The   King
NRE FIEND STARTS
DISASTROUS BLAZE
Starting in Stable, Flames
Are Mastered after Causing $144,000 Damage.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.   E.   WAi.KER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rates:
$5 and under  3 cents
Over $b and not exceeding $10  6 cents
Over $1U and not exceeding $:!0 ' 10 cents
Over $110 and not excelling $50 4b cents
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office in Canada of a
Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in
the United States.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
Tbey form an excellent method of remitting  small   sums  of  money  with
safety and at small cost.
��� NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manag��.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS 7110 TO 9 P.M.
Winnipeg, Nov. sl.���.\    mysterious
Bre, which  started in an old stable,
probal I) nf Incendiary origin, also d.1-
Btroyed  $144,000    worth  of  property
last ninln. It burned" an old warehouse
; belonging   to   Frost   <t   Wood,   Imp] -
! ment manufacturers,  then  spread  to
| Dyson".-  pickle  factory, from  which it
] jumped to    the Rat Portage Lumber
Co.'a sash and door factory and Merrick   efe  Anderson's  track  warehouse,
all of which were completely destroyed.    Only   the  excellent   work   of   l.v-
brigade  prevented  nore serious damage.    The C. P. H- Imperial Limited,
westbound, had to be held two hours
and a half.
The losses, together with the Insu ���-
anr^, so far as can be learned, arc Sl
follows:
Dyson pickle factory, |800; fully in-
sureel.
Frost k Wood  warehouse, (1000.
Rat  Portage Lumber Co.,  sash  factory,  $25,000;   stock.  $85,000;     insurant . {liiii.iiiiii.
Merrick.   Anderson,   warehouse,   $5,
000; stock, $25,000; insurance, $2n,0(H)
Other  minor  losses,  $2,000.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England,
New  York,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wi tL correspondents in all Darts 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.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m. to 9 p.  m.
N'JW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager
Brandon, Nov. 21.���A disastrous fire
occurred here last evening al   11:30,
the loss of which Is placed at o\v
$20,000. The scene of the fire was
in Campbell & Campbell's big brick
block. Rosser avenue. The stock was
valued at JT."..nun, and of this abo it
$30,000 insurance was carried.
Consistory   Postponed.
Rome, Nov.  21.���The Pope has    x-
pressed his Intention to postpone until  January   the consistory    which   ll
seemed to be established was to take
j place in the middle of December. No-
j thing definite' is known regarding tiie
creation of new cardinals, but it wou'd
seem thai   only a few Italians will  I e
I created.
WESTMINSTER OPERA
HOUSE
TWO NIGHTS
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
November 21 and 22
That wholesome Laugh Produe
ing 3 Act    Farce Comedy
"DON'T mi
MY WIFE
V
Presented by a Clever Company
of Local Amateurs
Chorus Musical Numbers
Between Acts
Produced under the Direcfion of
JAMES W. EVANS
As a benefit for the Women's
Auxiliary of lhe Royal Colum-
bian Hospital.
Seats now    selling at Ryall's
Drug Store.
Prices,    25c, 50c, 75c .and $1.00
0PERA= HOUSE
Gowan MacGowan, Manager
tr
ADVERTISE ��
��� IN ���
HE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything,
Tuesday Night, Nov. 26
JOHN CORT
���Presents���
Sarah Truax
"THE SPIDER'S WEB"
An original drama in three acts
By JOHN    HUTCHINS
A play of Intense Dramatic Power,
Nicely Blended    with    Keen Wit  and
Brisk Humor.
Reserved Seats at  Ryall's.      Prices,
I $1.50. $1.00, 75c and 50c.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily   trains   (excepl
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.  H.   ROGERS, Traffic  Managei.
Vancouver.  B. C
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains   Everv  Day  in the   Yeji
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, SL Paul
and Chicago
THE  TRAIN oh   I'AME
Illl'.     NOR I'll WESTERN,     LTD
Embodies the newest    and  best idea.'
[or   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
��nd  LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly    illuminated    train    in    thc
A'urld.     The   equipment   consists  of
iirivate   compartment   cars,   standard
i6 section sleepers, luxurious dining I
ar. reclining chair cars (se.iu free)
modern  day  coaches   and  bullet,   li
hrarv and  smoking  cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information  call   on   or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW
Another Great Sale
OF SPECIALS FOR
THREE DAYS ONLY
Friday, Saturday and Monday
November 22, 23 and 25, 1907, at
JOHN. A. UK MAMMOTH FURNITURE EMPORIUM
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY   Tra;no   & QfpnmOT
=finest and fastest=   * r��ins cc steamer
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINK.
ft
EMPRESSES!
i
18,000 C EMPRESS OF BRITAIN \ 14,500
H. Poxert EMPRESS Ot' IRELAND i      TONS
Empress of Britain Bails Nov. ib
Empress of Ireland snlls Nov. __'���
Quebec to   Liverpool.
Empress  Ireland    Nov.   i
Lake Champlaln   Nov.   :i
Empress  Britain    Nov. 16
Lake  Brie   Nov. 23
From St. John to Liverpool.
Empress  Ireland    Nov. 20
Lake Manitoba  Deo.   7
Empress   Britain    IH'c. 13
Christmas nt Home.
Reduced rates now offered.
Winn   buying tickets  to  and  from
the eld Country, book with us and eet
iiii'lll of reduc-Dd riitt's anil best ac-
eommodation,     For   full  iiartlcular.ii,
apply to
ED. dOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Leave New Westminster 8:36, 11:35,
15:16, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
ri.': 16, 16:30, 18:25, 19:36.
Overland express arrives 12:45,
leaves   16:16.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.:i5 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. & Y���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.     I
U. N. R.���PORT Gl'IOHON.
Leave New Westminster '3:50 p.m ,
arrive Guichon G p.m.
Leave Guichon 0 a. m-, arrive New
New Westminster S:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and  Fridays. !
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lt. New Westminster 5.60, 6.60, 1
and 8 a. m��� and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m. i
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
tame hours.
SPECIAL   NO.   t.
Is an Elegant Hardwood Golden Finish Secretary, 4 ft. 3 in. high and
2 ft. 2 in. wide, with drop front for writing, fitted inside with shelves and
pigeon holes, and has large shelf under for books, this will make an acceptable
gift for Christmas.   The regular value $7.50.   Special sale price $5.60.
.SPECIAL   NO.   2.
A Handsome Imperial Oak Sideboard, with heavy turned pillaster and
carved pediment top and fitted with English bevel plate mirror 24 in. by'14 in,
also 1 large and 2 small drawers for plate and linen, and large double cellar-
ette base.   Regular value $26.Op.   Special sale price $19.75.
SPECIAL   NO.   3.
Is a useful Bookcase in golden finish elm and stands 4 ft. 8 in. high by
2 ft. 6 in. wide and fitted with 5 large shelves. This is a piece of furniture
that will be appreciated by those who like to have a place for everything in
their house, books included.   Regular value $8.00.   Special sale price, $6.50.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
Columbia Street,     New Westminster.
Phone
73. PAGE  FOUR
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PRIDAV
FBIOA
N
���
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Dailj News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
Btreets, New Westminster,  13. ri
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
Gifford, M. P. P.. of 1 D. Taylor, anl
of tho Columbian; for aii the wa; -
a.i l works of the MdBride government
are faultless and lovely in their '..yes.
i'-yV .
FRIDAY.   NOV. 22.   1907.
ABOUT THE PLATFORM.
The Colonist is quite blithely sarcastic in its comments on the Liberal
pi. form which was drawn up at the
recent convention In Vancouver. H
would not he worth while to follow the
organ through all its criticism of th i
platform; one or two samples of its
style will be quite sufficient, it says:
, "We do not know that  we ought  i��� >
say of it (the platform), as was sai!
of a certain other deliverance: .';
contains things which are new an I
good; hut the things which are new
are not good and the things which ar i
gi <el are not new-' At the same time
such id characterization of it wo'uld
not he very far astray."
Thi- is. nl' course, quite too awfully
clevah, di ncherknow; but it is always
easy to draw on one's memory for
.smart sayings which can be tiese l i.i
criticism of a plain, unadorned lee.si-
ni'ss statement, Buch as a political
platform. When such a platform hay-
pens to he ;leeii of a Liberal party ia
British Columbia, it follows as ei mattei of course tha; much of it will no:
be new, because, in the first placf,
Liberal principles are fixed anl p> r-
manent; ami inthe second place,Tory
a uses and Tory malfeasance are, unfortunately, far from new things iu
this' province. Naturally, therefore, a
platform which seeks to apply the fix-
el principles of Liberalism to the per-
slstent abuses of Toryism in British
Columbia, must contain a lot of ma.
ter that, being, as the Colon st acknowledges, good is not new.
Another characteristic utterance ,��!"
the McBride organ is this: "Another
(planki alleges that certain corporations do not pay their taxes." Then,
a little further on the comment: "Tiie
allegation in regard to non-payment
of taxis is somewhat affetfed by the
fact that it is not true." But it is
the Colonist's version of the '"plank"
ami not tho "plank" itself, which
lacks the essential element of truth
Tiie "plank" says that certain corporations do not pay some taxes which
they should pay, -and that is notoriously true. Hy the way. this trick of
garbling public documents is becoming a very common one with politicians and political papers which support
the McBride government. They see in
to have discovered that the truth wi
not serve their purpose.
The' stal ment that tue Intercolonial
(or any other railway for that matter)
cannot, with a given number of car-.
Iwcndle as much business in six days
as it could in seven, is not exactly , f
a nature to excite astonishment. Mos'
of us, in Iriit. hail quit.' made tip our
minds before we heard anything aboul
the'e railway troubles, that six was ft
smaller number than seven, an.i to
find the fact gravely advanced as an
argument against the Lord's Day Act
is apt to excite a feeling of amusement. It is noticeable, however, that
when the right of "business" to follow its own devices is to I e defended,
no argument i�� too silly for use, no"
is any way of attaining the end too
roundabout.
the drama which particularly appeal
to the American spirit anl which displays its artistic ani poetic beauties,
as w<-ll as the force' of its elramalri
appeal. Such a play .-boul.!
Miss Truax at heir vers best, ami Increase her already greal popularity.
"Tbe Spieler's We ." calls tor a company of artistic players, ainl these
John Cort is sai.; to have supplied, as
well as magnificent scenic setting-.
Miss Truax will be the attraction al
the Opera hous,. Tuesday night. November 26.
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia St.,   Next   Tram   Office
We observe in one >f the McBrlde
papers a defence of the Hon. <; ���'
Foster, who. as we notel the other
day, is an advocate of the free admission of Orientals. It is. of cours?,
quite natural lhat the McBride organs
should sble with bim. as there is
abundant evidence that the government at Victoria is of the' same mind.
.lus' what the' individual opinions of
tiie members of the McBride government 'in this Oriental matter may be,
wc ito not know; but everybody know.-,
that the government as a body Ts the
mere creature of certain corporations
which are advocates of "cheap labor.'
and that ii must do as its masters direct.
Great  Actress  in  Original  Drama.
There seems to be no doubt as to
the emphatic hit Sarah Truax hie
made in her new play, "The Spider':
Web," an original three act drama by
John Hutchlns, in which are said I ���
be combined those salient features,
serious sentiment, sparkling wit anl
brisk   humor.     There   is   a   charm   l.o
NOTICE.
After December 1st. 19D7. the'
branches of the undersigned Banks,
in New Westminster, Ii. C, will not
open for Dusiness on Saturday evenings.
HANK OF MONTREAL,
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE,
ROYAL BANK OP CANADA.
NORTHERN HANK.
!    SEALED TENDERS   addressed   lo
' the undersigned, ami endorsed "Tender   for   Public   Building,   Ladysmith,
! Ii. C." will be received ai this "tii ���,-
! until Wednesday, December ll. 1907,
j inclusively, for the construction of a
i Public  Building at Lads-smith. B. C.
Finns and specifications can le seen
; ami  forms of tender obtained  at, thi;
Department ami on application to tin'
Postmaster at Ladysmith, B, C.
Persons  tendering are  notified  lhat
tenders will not be considered unles3
' made   on  the   printed   form   supplied,
anl   si-uteri   wiili   their  actual  signa-
tures.
Each t'tieb-r must be accompanit 1
by an accepted cheque on a charter) .1
bank, made pas abb' to the order Oi
i.i.- Honourable the Minister of Pub
lie- Works, !��� [ua] tee ten per cenl 110
p. c. i of the amount of the ten le \
which will le forfeited if the persoi
tendering decline to ent< r into a con-
tract when called upon to do so, or if
he fail to complete the work contracl
ed for. If the tender be not accept* '
the cheque wil1 bo returned.
The Departmenl eloes met bind Itself
to accepi the lowest or any teiiele':'.
iiv Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
! Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, Noveml,er iri 1907.
Newspapers will not be paid for thia
I advertisement  if they  insert   it   wltti
out authority from the Department,
Signs Painted
Anywhere
NOTICE.���Koyal City Sign Works
have removed 1-' Fourth Street, city.
back of Guichon  Hotel.
J VS.   PENNINGTON  am:
PRINTING
Have your printing done' in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS  BLOCK
The Northern Ba
SIR   DANIEL   McMILLAN.   Pres.
Authorized Capital, $6,000,000
Will Open lor Business on Monday, Nnvemkel
248 Columbia Street, New West
Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
Whh--Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New anl
second - hand tables and supplies in
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
A Western Institute
For Western People
Head Office, Winnip.
THE  ORIENTAL COMMISSION,
It is a matter for congratu. itioi
that the Dominion government has i.i
ri* (Service so able a deputy minister
.of labor as Mr. Commissioner King 's
proving himself to be. and that regardless of political strife, the whole
pouijjiunity appears to have conMenci
j\ Wm,
i That he will hew to the line, 111
tnat ter who falls in the process, j.
now certain, and a reluctant or halt-
Ing witness, from whom the truth has
to be dragged inch by inch, will hav3
no mercy at hi.s hands. Tin.' comls-
sion of enquiry was created to ascertain the whole fads, so that the Japanese and Dominion governments can
deal with the trouble Intelligently an!
effectively, ami if with the large powers with which the commissioner ri
invested and the alnios: unlimited
.-i op ��� he has been given, the main
points of which be has outlined, talla
in any measure to elicit all the evi-
ei, ac-. then wc think <b<- 1 ommi ision-
cr win nol I e- blamed, lent the response lllty of failure will real with tho ���
wh i smother up a bad business 'n
-a hich   : ae-  agi a:   will:   the .lai.a i
nal ion lia b i ��� evade I In lette"
an l ��� Irlt, being '-::cumvente I by
i ombin ition ir i emovod from th ���
confines of control il both of the high
pari ��� to the i ;reemeni. l.e' tri-
inqulrj bave the fullesl scope and let
everyone whi In. any evidence per-
I Lnenl I hereto, ai I the comm.i
-ee ���-.-' pos assion of the facts,
It Is stated thai the McBrlde ,->>'���
ernmeni ha 3 renewed for anol her tei in
the engagemenl of J. P. Babcock, pro-
i Incial commis doner of ftsh< rii s, We
confess that we do noi know whai Mr,
Babcock's duties are, an I ll is therefore possible that ne may be a vei'y
useful official iii some way. but thli
way certainly is no! along the lin-'i
i!' the protection or bettermeni of tlie
fisheries of British Columbia. There
Is the Beton lake hatchery, it la true,
hut ii doe�� not appear to have hate':
i'ii anything of much value so far;
���and there |K an annual report, which
���contains more or less interesting nbi-
n-r aieta about fish and recommendations for the protection of sockeye,
hut these are either ImprafiWcable ur
useless as a means towards the ond
iu view. We take ii for granted that |
Mr. lTabcoci.v, reappointment has t'i
full and cwlial approval <ri Thorn,.*
Every description of Banking business
Special Terms for  Savings Deposits
Correspondents in all parts of thi worl
Banking by mail a specialty
The   Northern  Bank Is the  Only  Canadian Banj
Its Head Office in the West
Get Established
BBHHHHMHH^^HaBHHIBB^HHHBEacuHH
Pay a .. tne ..ow that will ne roflt of $500 o   -
e    ���     ich ei proposition     N'ew House on Fifth
��� Iri'i   lot-   each   66x132   ri-f\.     V hi  can  Bell OIK
$650    All we ask Is $2700 for tins property.   Q
into it.
DOMINION TRUST COI'i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager    ma
REAL ESTATE ami INSURJ
RYALL'S COUGH SYRI
PRICE   50c
Money  Back  If  Not   Satisfactory.
 AT	
RYALL'S DRUG STfl
J. HENLEY        Westmn'
Manufacturer of I FcHlSTCl
Mineral Waters, Etc.
fflcti 'Pbone I8fi
Cnluinh1' "
A i    I  IIT   ��� Baggage delivered
Aerated Waters, p���� of ..,�� u,
Family Trade a Specialty. 1*1 III ill
Trl.  113. Offlce   Eighth   t    eel Light and UtdSY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C OWI DO��� Trait. ^
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
liilhlli Mm
YOU   REQ^\
NE W 51
Come over an
d 4
new
Fall Pat"'}
Dan STEVI'
Next door Hot*j\,
VANC 0J_
M
WE ARENOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   50   per   cent
on a  SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT &��EXP0RT CO.
Vancouver, B- C
io Riobard* St., Phon�� 211..
The Oriental Co*
0f Vrincouver-
Japanese L.b* <
New Westmln��t8f
linx f'1
���H FRIDAY, NOV. 22. 1907.
F5t    THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PACK FTVT_;
The Cash Stores
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ster
tb
OSlti
A 77iree Dcrys Sale
of Waists
��� jhis Sale should arouse unusual interest, in fact
we expect big crowds for the balance of the week,
for we are placing on sale the newest and best
assorted stocks you ever had the opportunity to
pick from, along with delayed shipments which
were accepted at liberal discounts. We are
actually offering for the balance of the week hundreds of garments at less than half value.
For convenience we divide them   into  Three
Bij? Lots.
At 75c.
Wfllstr    ���:   i;.:; ',.'��� .|   <:. -an.. ,-. :'<���    \\ .., ������  ���",-.-; .-       a i   .,...������ :   e
fabrics   ..-..    ���-..i. i,:    .ihi |ii..;:v.  ie, ,u-, and  llghl    patterns,  w !1
CUt ale     :    i'i'    '���' :'���'���������'���   i  ::   ir -   allel  deep  cul'ls.  .tli   si/a'-.  :: I   to 4-1
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CITY NEWS
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Lost    Pai ... .   nsur-
anoe polii ies. war | ee; *���::, wri
be paid at News   u^e.
II.   I'.'.   .   ..   ol    I'. :.
laj    notified   the   mana; i    ot   thi
Qui "ie a park too tl. it lu   had C i
���   aw a v Mle oul hunting, an I
C A. Welsh   :ee   rei irned from \ ,   wou,d  ,,., ;il(,..^,  ., .,,.__     .
toria, where he .pent a couple ol da: Bame . . ,hi, zqo  .f ., a ^ .,
o�� business. ^ rangements could be made   The fawn
Bowell & "ii.- will open a   iutefl< ��� 'vil! :ik,'!>' arrive here today in charge
sh,,,, cornei   bibb and Eighth Btre \ ��' -'""" ot the farmers who will ;������
Saturday. " r"miI1.g up for the weekly market.
K. j. Fader will return tomorrow or      Three pounds   iest creamer)  butter
Sunday trom northern British Colum-  fo' $*���   Three doz. best i i jgs fo-
bla, where he has been looking over  $!���   At iri' Honie of Plenty. *���
some tinilH-r limits.
At tlie mass meeting ot all Eire E
One square piano $50,    at  Todd's   *'����th leagues ln the Westminster di*-
music house. ***   ;'"':   '" !"' 1"'M iu the Queen's Av ���
nue M thodisl church on Tuesday eve-
At $1.50
Philip McMahon, once proprietor o
the Lytton hotel, and niori' recently 0?
Alaska, arrive',l from Dawson yeste
e' .-. and Is calling on old friends about
iwn.
_\     Hay at the Wes:  End grocery and
reci Ivi coupons for the tree library.**
Mrs. \v. .1. Hadden, i ; Ladm r, wh i
has bei ii undi rgoing treatmenl at th i
Km 'I Columbian hi spltal for the p ��� '
week, Is slowly Improving, and Will
' ,. able to leave that Institution In '-
(���(.urs,   ol a wi ek or sea
Wais;
Jap S
and .'
of Black and Cream Lustre, Woo] Cashmeres and Albatroa .
ts, white wash vesting?, etc., all colors and sizes in ihi- In.
".'. save big money   <> buy youi stock tor six months to come.
At $2.00
id,
Is of handsome waists laid out Bpeclalij for this sale, al a
'action of their actual worth. New Taiteta Silks, new Cream
ick Japanese Silks, with fronts  of  embroidery,   velvets,   Ben-
. w lists   if al'.over lai ighl awaj below i ���   cost of mater-
I now- toi  a greal final clearance al    52.01
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Another Sale
of Coats
Not too late to get a winter's wear.
You'll buy a third less, and pick fro.n
as large and as handsome a range of
model garments a< you ever feastoJ
jour ��� .ea- upon.
At $8.75
New show, r proof and heavy Import-
(,i Twee I, in both dark an I llghl
Bhades, ranging in prioe Hom $10.iO
to $15.00, for   $8.73
ning next, special music will be furnished b) the choir of the Queen
Avenue church, specially reinforced
foi ihe- occasion bj the addition i
several prominent local vocalists.
Eighl leagues will be represented m
the meeting.
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DEPENDABLE RAIN
COATS
Cravenette* at - $10, $12.50, $15 to $25
Mackintoshes at - - $8, $12, $15 to $22
Black Rubber, - - $3.50 and $5.50
Boy's Black Rubber - - - $2.75
Oil Coats and Pants in great variety.
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One small organ   $15,
Todd's music ho i ie.
a snap, n\
See our window for Girl's Blouse Suits.
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The. tree ll rarj coat- sl cl ses on
January 23, an l we would reniln I
those Interested that rii ��� West End
grocery is the only grocery whe; ���
votes can ; e had.
iri'-h figs, shelled almonds and w il-
iHits, al the House, of Good Cheer.
Kyle &  Son-. ������
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more new Coats, ln aeven-elghths   and    %    lengths,     cut    ln
style, sold regularly at $15.50 to $18.50.   Going now at $12.50
the girls along.   We have not overlooked them    In this granl
nice.
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5c, 10c and 25c
ntrlmmed Hats, all colors, clearing at   	
fhite and colored  Wings and Quills clearing at
Rl
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T. H.  SMITH
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.-���.f,.���'_.-.;���_,"._'..Mf-.."_.-'..-.."H-i.-VK-n-.e ���.. '.. ��� ��  "  n  ���>  ��> n ���> <��� " ���' ����� '��� "  " ,,���
$ 1 ,000
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a a 4 roomed Cottage,  new, lot 60 x 148, all |
cultivated.   This is the best buy in the
city to-day.    See us at once.
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The liti rary and v I i 'en;- -: w i_t_-��� i
be held in St. Patrick's hall on
Fridaj. D<'c 6, un ler the au pices nl
iii"  V. W. C. T.   tri promises I i   ie
quite   an   interesting   entertalnmeni
and a large number ot talented youn.i
es an   alreadj   practicing hard ii
to I e ln the' running for the big
prize-.   Tickets are new being offered
for sale by the members of the Y.ri.
Mr. and  Mrs   G.  ll. Sherwi 11, a
companled by three grown-up Bons, '���'���
l..  Fred, and  L.. Sherwood,   arrlv i
here yesterdaj   with the intenti in o i
making N w Westminster their fu- A Vancouver newspaper correspon ���
lure hone. The famils halls from lent is gathering photographs and his-1J
���'Moose .law. and Bpenl some time- .'I eric data of the members of the New x
Vernon on the way to the coast, Westminster Lacrosse club, to be us
ed in Eastern newspapers,   The Idea
Por cut .".owv.-s, -a'li.e, a-:-    or fun-   ,eM,   Xi-w   Westminster    intends    t->
eral  designs  te'.ephon    T   Davies  & a lV}  ,-lM. tju, Miiit.e cup   next
Son, B -i|v ***   summer is becoming quite firmly es
tablished in the east, and the reading
Belle McLean, a woman whose r<      public there i8 prepared to learn somc-
utatlon is as black as ber skin, was  ,hin,, (|, lh(i 1)|nu.h .h.i( shmV(., a f...v
yesterday apprehended bj the city pn-   . r _ ;n the Tecum8ehs
lice and lo Igi a in  the woman s i
al the lockup. The arrest was the r< Just opened for business���the Went
-uit of the woman's negligence - ' End restaurant. Everything new and
obey a summons to attend court, e-:i ��� iright; good bill ot fare, by Neshl-
being Implicated with other undesira-  inura. ***
bli 3 in a brawl which happened In Uie       , ...-.,
. . \ meeting m the New Westminster
outlawed  section on Wednesday nign'    .,.,., ,   ,,       .
riae-h ra   Association was held yester-
For your Xmas Pudding and miu.-o <**$ Mternoou in the Bcience labor:',
meat, fresh raisins, currants and peels wry of the High Bifliool, for the elec-
at Kyi- & See,-. Home of Plenty, ri,", ''"�� '"' officers for the ensuing year.
!,....._, 8tree| ���*    Those following were- elected":  Presi
dent, R, McMillan. M. A.:  Vice-preai
A seicc.a- match between the Tai.-'- dent. Miss K, Draper; Secretary, Mi s
1. s. of Vancouver, and the Westham  McKenzie, It. v   The subject of histo-
island team, will be played al Brocl-:-  ry will come up for discussion at tha
ton point  tomorrow afternoon,   com-  first meeting which will be held year-
mencing at 2:46.     The    match is a  ly in January,
scheduled one. and as the bomp ting
teams hold hi^li place   in the B. ".
Challenge cup series for the game., already played, the contest    tomorrow      Thl, ladles    Aril   and the' officio!
afternoon should be fast and furious,  i board o( QUeen-a    .wenu.'  Methodht
' church will    tender a complimentary
banquet to the choir on th ��� evening
of December 5, in the school room uf
The Hovers' football team will go to  the church.   The congregation will ad
'Vancouver today te,  play  a Bcehuled  opt thai  method of proving iheir ap-
j match with the North Vancouver   lev-   preciatlon of the service's which the
an.   They wlll leave-ni tue l o'clock  members of the choir have rendered
tram.   Following will be the Rovers'i in the past. T, R, Pearson has beei
line-up: Goal, Barbaree; teacks, Clark, leader of the Queen's Avenue church
; and  Herrlngshaw;   half-backs,  n.  P���  choir tor thirty years uninterruptedly.
Lock, A. Turnbull;    an I  Peele;    forwards,    Amiero-e.  Wei.son.   l.e.ckhart.      New  6-room  house with bath  and
Lumsden and L. Turnbull; spare  nan   ?���"���" closet; lot 66x132; lane In rear;
Cralg mar   Queen's   paid;.       Price     $2,100;
terms.   Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon
Four lots on   Second   Street, $675  hotel. New Westminster, it. C.
cash.   While. Shiles & Co.,   260 Col-
I umbia St., 'Phone sr,. **
H. L. DeBECK,
THE CLOTHIER
Opposite Post Office. New Westminster, B. C.
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* FOR SALE.....
, <������<>���������������������������������������������������
Dry Fir Wood in 1 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
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On*
Todd'
English upright  piano. $40, ,H
nouse.
Bread at tive (cuts per loaf.   Turn-
bull's bakery, Fourth and Columbia. *
Mr. Employer
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE 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 AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::     ::       :
U. A. Henderson, who for si\ year
conducted t_he confeel lonary bualn
rhe Dl    Id convention  ���' the w -���  >"'|V ,hl> ,lam offlce and Bold   "" onlv
I en'   Mis io:;-.:'-  S its w�� 1   11 In   ���>' ���-" ";' '"   n montha ag0 "" R   ''
the Sappertqp Methodisi cha.-.:. ���,.���- ''"'''>'. will Bhortlj remove to . mcon.
terdaj afternoon with a fairlj larga ver with tho intention of opening busi-
num ���: of delegates In .:',:i\::i' ��� ness there, He proposes te. hold an
The chief item ot hush,,'-, was ri" auction sale at his residence on Agnes
ort from the delegal ���.    tree!  ;> out  the last
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
receipt ol a rei i
if ihis month
. Mrs.   Rev,   .1. !���'.   Bel
lhe Women' ��� board
ol Liii| P| . ,  i, .- the purpose ol dls] oalng of Ills of
teel i.    Mr.   lii'iiiler-iui came to N v
meeting    whii i
took i lace in tlie city of Wo i istoci .
Westmin ti ��� before the big Tire.
The Farm Land Specialists,
New Westminster
Ontario a few v." eks ag i,
9
Salmon,
,-   Son'.-.
ce nts per tin at K. 1
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
Telephone 192.
Fruit  ranch of   10 acres within
i miles of  Westminster of Vancouver, ;���'. t. .lames, of Toronto, has , t-
I hy rail or boat.   Annual aei returns warded  a  cheque tor $15 to Qeorg'
$2500; In centre of good fruit growing Cassady, manager ol the B. C, Pack
|district.   Price $5000. Abbott & llv.i", era' association, and the latter ii In
next  Guichon
-ler.  II.  C,
hotel,  New  Westmin- structed to deliver it to C. A, Welsh.
The letter accompanying the cheqin
| is  noi   exactly  clear,  hut   the  expvc'
it semis ae if Thorleif Larsen, the   8lon8,  ���A n ,w ll.li;. ..j,ioking ., win
winner of the Rhodes scholarship, will   ..(,....  ,nul   ,.,,u, ll(,sl  t(..1In  won ���
���oon he as popular at Oxford as i- ,,,.,,, ,��� lhi, conclusion that Mr.Wewa
was i��� Toronto.   Word h.s i.een v" 0,,,M(;(1 a tittle clothes money from T*
delved In this city that he hue heen
elected  president, of  the  llahhit  clllh. ;
' oumseh ad/nlrers while in the east ;
few  weeks ago.
Advertise in the news
This club, the members ol which are
some of thc beat men iu Qjceter col- Hotel, boarding house keepers, and
lege, is named after a ttatr-eAie which : others: $io rcw,avd ifeoovery ovul top
is called the "Rabbit Warren," on ae- yidlowish, medium sized trunk; well
count of its tortuosity. Mr. Larsen is, ropea white cord; cardboard ity? one
simply delighted with Kxeler 00lleg?.!endP ".!��� R. Wolverton. Vancouver,"
He thinks Oxford is the most. heaiitt-,;may be torn off; also faintly marked
ful city tn Europe, and England tli^Roberts on, lid near lock. Apply of-.
ilneHt country in the world. ' fire this paper, ** I
ii well I. i omi - lnl lllgence to In
vestlgate; without Investigation w ���
would all err.
As for our pari, we have exercl e-1
all care In obtaining the hlghesl claea
tailor  worl posslb
Your  Investigation  will atrengthea
our chilnis.
Tallornien ol I ried experlenoe design and make our clothes. We. have
no difficulty In lining the most dls-
i roport.onftte flgur ���
The evidence of extreme quality is well established
in our clothes
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
P. S-
THE CLOTHIERS
.FANCY HANDKSRCHIEF8.
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PAGE  SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
fRlCA
Sunlight
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
Five Cents a Bar
COOPER IS BLAMED
FOR BRIDGE CRASH
McQUARRIE   &
Real Estate Brokers I nsurance Agents     Financial
Engineer Used High Stresses
Without Authority from
Company or Government.
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.
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Sapperton Lots
4   Splendid Ixit near the school house      $300; terms
T   Columbia street Ixits     $450; terms
a>   A splendid Lot, cleared      $150; terms
��� Tlie best Lot in Sapperton GGxlii.l,  cleared, for   $425; terms
��� 1/ris at $100 each; easy terms.
I P. PEEBLES ��i
I 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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Philadelphia, Nov. 21.��� The roj tl
commission named by the Canadian
governmenl  to investigate the can.- ���
Uiat led to the collapse of the Quebi ���
bridge on August 29, was lasi nighl
made public.
Theodore Cooper, of N'ew Vork, ilu1
consulting engineer, in his testimony,
given before the commission in Nce
York, intimated tbat tbe engineers i:i
charge of the work at the bridge 8i*.a
were incompetent and declared that
the expenditure of timi and three
hours' labor the weakened part of the
Structure could bave been braceel up
until remanent repairs were made,
and the structure saved.
Mr, Reeves explains that Mr. Cooper made mollification in the units .if
stress. Ordinarily engineers use 11'.
000 to 15.000 pounds to the square
incn, as the basis or unit of stress in
determining the amouni of metal i.i
be put Into each member in a brldg",
but in tbe Quebec bridge, according to
Mr. Reeves, Air. Cooper increased tbis
to 24,000.
"Such high stresses," he says, "bad
never before been used and when using them he acted without authority
of the Quebec Bridge Co., or the Dominion ol Canada. The fall Of tho
bridge is to be laid directly to tho
changes of stress ,as made by M-.
Cooper."
PRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT  ST.
1C0 acres, less ::v> for new railway, Full Bleed
NINE LOTS On   Brilll-    Township 4. Sea    11; all bottom land, of Regina Si
ette and Distillery streets,   "��*�� *�������� iuiu u. for dairy farm ave,,.,,    u,
ft-icnn        1    if   >4t*  &CTea wider-drained,    ditched  al! $400;  half .
bapperton,    JjdbUU ;     nail    r0UBd and fenced around and through
cash, balance terms.                  centre;    6 room bouise;    barn 40x75,
sufficienl feed for about 800 head of
Leots 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15 I stock.    Price $8000;  terms one-third - HOUSES    1, 1 lot
10, 17, 18, 19, 20, 28, ''.ri 71. 72, 7::, 74  ca8hi bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile Sapperton; ; .
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban   ,���������' _...,Hnn nn naw (.ar une. ���h">i aut' 4 rc
shed.   $1000 each, .,;.,..
ance easy.
I   I-ots
l.'llb street.
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cash
block 14, Sapperton; prlcjes ranging
from $125 to $200.
0 room house on Hamilton street,
all modern improvements. One lot
from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1400,
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments-
8' room house, all modern improve
from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs
H.effards and Thomson house', Carnarvon street;  full size $1600.
eients, full sized lot, Sherwood Btreet, I casb, balance to be arranged
77.58 ACRES
ploughed  and i
160  ACRKS  about   two   miles   from   ��.  14 s,.(.t   5    j7-
Aldergrove station,   30   acres   cleared   cash, one-third  I
an.l  partly   fenced,  good  house,   barn   months,
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; |1760
7   I-OIS,    IJ',, ,J     facja
Block, corner of Auck-
Loafers Must Work
Chatham, Ont., Nov. 21���-At the
meeting of the presidents of the different societies of Chatham last evening,
it was decided to petition tlie council
to force a number of loafers of ths
city to work There area number of
families in destitute circumstance.;.
Tbe men refuse to work although
there is plenty of employmenl for all
and the city is put to the expense of
keeping them.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
( ADVERTISE ��
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THE      DAILY       NEWS
If Vol' Want a  Situation.
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
room bouse and barn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
gooel well; near to school and tram;
all fenced- Price $3500-. Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66xW2 ft., S. >2 of 8, lane at
back, ,'!rel and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 mouths.
Block comer of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 8Sxl32 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block I! facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price  $050.
160 acres less right of way aboul 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 an I
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; tue,
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30;   small  milk  house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing Cash $2,000,    balance
fruit trees;  natural spring well, Price months at 7 %.
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily ar-1    L0tg  14   and   16 of
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c acrks good loam bo
Lot  iti,  cornei   B n   y ;;.���,.���
and  Brunette real.   ���,.,.
roomed   bousi .
132; Nos. 9 aad 12.      Price $1000 for   heated  by pipe!
both, half cash, balance easy. 15   bearing fruil   I
stock ready to pi 1
5  acres  cleared,
D.I90
r acri
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ments, mn sizea lot, enerwooa iww,|- -  -��� 4   !o[8   cleare,!
Sapperton.    Price $2700.    $1000 cash,      ^ ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2,DiSt,   house, 175 ch:. ���..      loiadls
balance on time. Lot 8;  south side of the river, near   JirjCe $1500, }!"
3V4 acres land next to Royal Oak   bridge.    $300;   half cash.
hotel,     has   been   cultivated,     not a      2  LOTS,   132x132, N.-W.   corner  of
Stump on  it.  now in grass, 28  bear-   j oth Street   and   St. Andrews.    Price Jobn
ing fruit  trees,  all   kinds,    sufficient  J1050: half cash. , ��n rei
��eu3u, mm roomed  bun > ����f
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and   kitchen and three ��� -  St0'
Cth Ave. on east side;   full sized, 6fix   ed;  conservator .    1 . W ,B'
it in
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mainiti-r  ae:< . ��_ul B
from ichool.    Price $3000''.^^
land & lllli 81. and Roy-
bal
al Ave., almosl an acre.
$2,500
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160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, be-
tween  7th and Sth avenues.
In 6 months a' ; ;.
II    avi
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1 Lot   58x132
$800  cash.
2 lots,   5, 6 *
cleared, upper Bide ol
tween 1st and 2n I Street!
each.
���I   LOTS,  2   lotS   fl   ::-   ISI
Cth  Avenue on south
37 ^ 2\ full size,    p . . $11001
four, or $300 each;
Double    tenement  b j
1st and 2nd  St.;   1 .]
cash hall and balf In 1   1  nthi .|
Ri nts lor $io each '���   inl
1 of 6    of
ranged at 7 per cent.
Fall sized lot on Third street, '.�����-
tween Royal and Queens avenue easl
side, lieu'  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each,  ance, C months at
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance C months at
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., rid
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICK $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 0, 12,
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
j
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
ales; the information in the advertising" columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her 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 stpek make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
$1,500 ca_sh,
House and cottage on Columbia sr ,
house rents for $25, cottage for $42.;
$5,000, easy terms.
_.'7ri acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenclng to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hon
bouses, in gooel order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring, Balance about 70
of property easily cleared, Price "alf casi
$4,700;      $Lri,oi) cash, balance C
2 bouses corner of Merriva] and
Agnes; full sized loi; city block 31,
lot 11; one bouse rents fnr $:'."., the'
other $10; (lush .'ris. :s and ail connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
n t;. in and 18
In acres '-_. sectii :. I :   '���
of 'I'n. 2, about 2 mile
I law orth   road)  Sum.. .    :.
1 i*i storey house, 2 roi ms 111. ���:
7 ner ,,,���(   other 3 can be adeb-1
shack; \\_  acres e ���    ed and
Lot 14 on Sherhrook street  of  i!  e.f   with clover, red;  tall
3, cleared.   Price-$275;  1-2 cash, nal-  One mile from  shin   ���
,���.r ,.. n| $1,200;.   terms  balf i
months at 7  ';.
Six lots, 60x150, outside city limits      ...    ,,,,.,
\\ esti'i'lv I,  11  of .
$60 each   lot.    Fuller   particulars mi  132x132 cornei   100 fee
enquiry. houses drawing $-^   ���
$5,000, half cash, balan
HOUSE and LOT months.
Centrally located in a commmandlng      _���    _
...    ..   "    m ,   , ,   f    .     ,      1C0 B.E.  Ji of Section 26 .
situation;   rhlrd   avenue, at   foot  of ,��� .,(.,,.S|(iir!]v ,,,���,,,.,,
Firth street,    rwo an.l one ha.f sto.-. v  running through; good 1
house.   Twn rooms (recently papered)   north   of   Webster's cornei      I
All  modern conveniences;    hot   and  J""1 i"1'1 1'"' al ^e wesi
11       .       ,   .,    ���    ,     1 , ''ur worth $7 per acre; 1 ���
cold   water,  bath,   Mush  closet,  lava-   , Illil(,s   fronj    p,,,f    ,,.
tory.   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot   $2,100; terms $l,lmi cash, I
66x132, with lane in rear;   pari of lot   ranged.
set out with fruit trees,
l'rice $2,751.
balance arrange I.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 a res
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; onlj $30 per a ire, $1,000
cash, balance easv.
Large lot and  two ci I
lumbia street, Sapperton.   I'- '���
at $10 each.
m
��*,
One and one-half ston-.
full   size  lot,   Bltuated  north J
Royal avenue and comer of Jl I
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,   street;  9 rooms;  bath room, b
acres,   only   $25   per   acn-   cold  water, closet;   woodshed
Jump. bearlg   fruit trees;   streets 01
Price  $1,8;:
7 lots Xos. Sl to 86 and 95, 95 faces   Blde8;   flne  v,ew'
and  12 months. on Mll avenue.  next to Ounns ranch. ��� CMab'
This property is only -v. mile from ���) lois cleared without a stump; Bmall ' Lot facing 2nd St., betwei n
tram line, Over two hundred chick- house, chicken house., 17;, choice I and 3rd Ave., second lot from
ens and ducks could be sold with the   chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.   Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all clean
Lots 16, 17 an.l rii of 11 or 3. Ibi,. alonK-sl'le ���<1 back. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash hn,f r!l*h' balance easy al :
balance 8 months al 7 percent, 150 aces Improved land,
Full Bized int on Royal avenue, hi    ;""' ���beds complete, near Cl
tweeu Fourth and Merrlvale; all clear   ''" un<Jer cultivation, $15,000.  I
eo, $1,200, ri" 1 cash can   ban lie   this, don't   .1
bargain; terms can be arranged
1  1-2
loss,
ior ol
acres, more or
in     block,    cor-
] Lth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Acreage on Vani ouver roa I, corni 1
t:
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, eum-
prising some of the finest residential
sited in the city ror sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the coraers of F.urih B.ve-
nue, First streei (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in  all ten 33x120  foot lois facing on
1 First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth    avenue    an I
j First streei, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, )_; 1-2x120, ai $600
per lot; four |o(s, 5_i l-L'xN.", $450;
five lots, $400. Call tit our office on
Froat street and Inspect plans.
H011.se, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acre's In sec. 32, Timber, fir, cedar and alder, flood soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
l.i''i 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
slreet and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$260; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash,   x
of Gilley road,   $225 per acre,   Acre
age la sidling fasl at thlfl price,
N'o. 308,   8-roomed House,  with  bath
room,   etc.;   Agnes   St.      $2,500;    ri.
cash, balanci. 3 anl 6 mos. al  7 - ri
No. 306.���9-roomed  bouse,  with  bath
room, corner or 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms ri cash, balance
3 and G mon lbs at 7 riri
bath
casb,
bath
No.  810.���9-roomed   House  am
room,   Agnes   St.    $3,000;    y_
balance. 3 ami li months al 7
No,  812.���8-roomed   House  am
room, Agnes  SI.      Trice $2,500;   U
cash, halance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ';.
100 acres,  Westminster district,  10
j acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard,  ���..',   aero   strawberries   planted
this year; abler bottom land; running
spring; bouse is'x 21!; frame bam 30
x   Iri';   14-post   frame  bouse   ami   co*
stables, three in all, stable 8 cowa .-hid
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near al hand:
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres limber, fir and cedar, never beep
logged; $2,000   refused ror  standing
Umber; carriage house Hi x 21; hen
house made or hewed Umber laid in
mortar, 12 >.- 30. a chanca of a ufe
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at (1
i>er cent.
: XtrFor Ibe. aie,ive four ;
special price wil! be tua le
chaser.
House'  lliixi;.',   in,    si ,  ' ���***:<
and 6th Ave' ;    2 sing!,, an I ' '
bedrooms   upstairs,   and
down stairs; parlor, dining 1 "':::
Chen  and  pantry.    Full Blzed lot *
ning back  to Ash  St,    Price $3.8t(:
$1,500 cask,  balance
at 7 per cent.
at $500 per
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avei
norlh  side  between   Flrsl  .end Set*
streets,  No. 5,  0  ami  7.    Price W
each or $1100 for Uie three,
Full sizeel lot, norlh siele' of "!r"'
llton street between Sixth and I**
streets; $225.
2<S acres on Mara road, Bu"" .
$160 an acre    FOR    A   FEW   DAT
only.   One-quarter cash, ii.'i!i|nfe'
and 2 years at 7 %,
1 lot No. 24 on 18th. Btreel f"'^
side of 4th avenue.   Price $200 f:''''
tri
ak��
1
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la)
de
on.
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i".
th,
it t
ind tl
ce
a��te, 1
ADVH
Bloch 12 on 12th St., '�����'���< fl]c'b.ri
Ized ins.   Price ?2,;500, one-i"
feel'
.cash. bal. fi. 12 nnd 18 months
1 bus on Firth Strest, n '-���'
iSub. ir,, s. Blk. 18.    $350 wen.
1.oh, balance (I months at 1 �����
1 H.
'lial'
���_���__ ������ ilOAY. NOV. 22   1907
THE DAILY NEW
PAGE  S'.VEN
Timber Notices
'JifAKE NOTICE '...':���. id.cation ba
5��n made to reg:     ; ���l".-epb T,.y., a-
i owner in Fee sine. I". uinb. ��� ��������� Tax
le Deed fr��m c  '    Fi.-ber t,. Joseph
ys, bearing date- ;:,������ ;r.ib day of No-
inber, A. D. l'J"*, "���  ili; and singu-
that certain parcel or tract of ian 1
premises situ'���.���. lying and iirimi
e DistrlOt Of   New   Westiiiins'e.'.
Province   ol   ISi'Mi.-h   t'opinibia,
particularly knowu and dscr.b-
U Lot 13. Block ���".. si divi.-iou of
^JOl, Group l
���  .   you and etch  ot   .'.em   a:.-   leepm-cl
.test the claim   of the  lax   pu"-
wlthln forty-live .bits from th'.'
fcfltf  thee   first    publication  of   I hia
upon you, otherwise 1 shall reg-
Joseph Tays as owner thereof in
And I bere.y  direct that publi-
of this notice for ellle inonih ill
,y newspai"'i    peiblish'-d   at   New
nster will   ������<���  -���"> I  and  Millie -
'service there
��� Dated At the I.    i  K. -i-'i���;���  oiiic.
���, Province of British
6th   elay  of  October,
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.        '
take NOTICE that Harriet Ford,
of Hammond,  B. (ri. occupation lady,!
Intends to a        tor a special timlier
licence  over  the  following  described
lauds: in .\ew Westminster district,
commencing at a post planted at the
north easl corner of Timber Limit No.
SO0.I, New Westminstei' Dist., tlience
south su chains, east bi) chains, north
SO chains, aud west 80 chains, to point
of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
October 4, l'ji'ri
l.    TAKE   NOTICE    thai    Ha
Foi i. oi  Hammon I.  B. C . occupatl 11
Intends  to ap ilj   tor   ���  sp< ��� ��� ���
��� ;:;, er   iii. :.-   over    the    following
describe i lan I
epers ms of
a
.1. D. KENNEDY,
b Et. Whyte, ex.v
Commencing   at   a   post  planted a cm;:
the  _outh-w<      corner of location No.      |...     .       ..-.,,
]'{'*'.   .   oul   tour   miles    south-easterlj   ,,m-
from Gillis bay, Texada island, thenco	
east to  location  No.  8, thence Bouth
to   Lol   -15, thence   w.-s-   aad   bouib
along the boundary of the said Iai; 2",', '
to  the   shore,   thence     westerly   and |
northerly to the polnl ol commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November 1, tlHil.
\    .   :..
Synops.s     of    Canadian     Northwest
Homestead   Regulations.
wfWOTtminst
latofiia, this
ill, 1907."
2. TAKE    NOTICE     tnat     Harriet;
Ford, of   Hammond,  occupation   lady,,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over   the   following  described,
lands on Texada Island.   Commencing
at a iKj-st planted al the south west
corner  of  lot   15,    tbence    south     80
chains easl So chains, north 80 cbains
and wesl  80 chains to point of cxrm-
mencenwnt.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agen
October   I.  1907.
5. TAKE NOTICE that 11 u lei
Ford, of Hammond, B. Cri occupation
la.ly. intends to apply for a special
timber   license    over    the   following
described Li nels:
Commencing al a post planted at
the north-easl corner of Section 2!,
about tour miris south-easterly ...
1 (lillri bay. Texada island, thence 160
chains south, tbence -lo chaius ea-st,
. thence 160 chains north, thence 10
chains west to point of commenc
i    ..���
HARRIET FORD.
November  l, 1IW7.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan anil Alberta, excepting 8 and 2b.
not reserved, may i.e.. homesteaded bj
any person who is tlie sole heal of a
family, or anj male over ri years of
age, to the- extt-ut of one-quarter section of Hiu acres, more or less.
Application tor entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency <n- sub-
agency tor the district en which tie-
laud is situate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be made al an agency on
ci rtain conditions bj the lather, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of   &
ty
9
LARD
LARD
Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
a soil  ���
John Slrr, J
south __________
Ul persons b<
��� :_���
|  .
i those clal: i
_m and *U P-
���est Jn Mid
registered in
is claiming
id fcr descei
ditered und.
Ud Registry
opped and <
any claim '
i d land so sol
the "Land i:
't; 2 a,
' ::.-
QCcd;
000;:
('.   S.   KKITH.
Districl Registrar.
Csq.
��� ; ,. .I with this notice,
ling through or under
: - .a.- claiming any in-
..inl  by virtue of any
itrument, an l all per-
iny Interesl    in   sai I
.   whose title  is  nol
the pro\irion< iif the
Vet," shall i e forever
barrel    from  setting
eer in  respect of Hie
tor taxes as provide I
igistrj  Acl "
3.     TAKE   NOTICE     that     ila: ii. I
Ford, of Hammond, occupation  lady,
intends to apply tor ii special Tim i
License over tbe following described
lauds.
Commencia�� at  a   post planted   al
the south west corner of Timber Limit 9828, thence west 80 chains,   lortli |
80 chains, east  SO chains, and  south
i>o chains to point of commencement.
October I, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Fori, agent. |
lan intending  homesteader.
��� ��� " Tb.- homesteader Is rejulred to per-
IWKK  N'OTICE    thai    Harriet jorm ,e,, u ,me8tead duties under one
,;��� Hammond, B. C, occupation  uf Ull. following plan-:
ip: '���.    tor  a special      d)   At lea8t B|X months' residenci
th.-    following  ,,,���,���  and  cultivation of  the land  In
each year for three yea
CM    A   homesteader  may.  if he  so
___M\
; For I  ^^^^^
lady,   intend-;   to
i.nri.i r   1 ii-��� ���;i-��� ���   e.vej
described lands:
Commencing   at   a   ; osl   : '.an'.' I
the -ei.'.th-west corner of Section 7
LARD
Afe Low Prices for Cash
20  pound  Pail    $2X0
10 pound Tin     JLJt
5 pound Tin 70
3   pound  Tin    40
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
LARD
���
LARD
Foul
TAK,.   NOTICE
of Hammond, B.
���    :
���
i iri:
-LAND' REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lots 6*n
not ports
rth tinge 2.
itriet Wh
certificate <
iW* ��the :
6, of block 2, subdiv-
:' section 30, block 5,
est New Westmiu >t' .
eas  proof ol  the   o
title :. u . er 13973 a,
ime of Fre |i rlcl; Wil-
-    been   filed   In I ii
reby given thai  l shall
in of one month
���   first    pu     :   al  e D   h
Ileal ��� ol the said cer-
In the   .. antim   \ulld
le to me In -.-��� r tin -.
O. S.  KEITi
���let Registrar of Ti les
office,   New   Westmin
eCJlt.   Hi,   !:'(17.
I. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
Inten Is to appply tor a special Timbei
License over the  following described   1:M>-  intends  t0 ap')ly
lands on Ti xa la Island,
Commencing at a iiosl planted a!
the .soul h ��� a il corner of Timber Limit No. 9828, thence south S3 Shalns,
west 80 chains, north 80 chains, and
easl s" chaius, to point or commenc ������
ment.
HARRIET FORD,
Pi :��� S.  II. Kurd, agent.
October 4,  1907.
:,i desires, perform the required resi-,
^^^^^^^^^^^ iving oa fai mini;
land o'.Mieel solely I liini. not les-e
east SO chains, thence north 80 chains, ,lHin ,;uillv |MII acrea Ul extent, In
thence wesl SO chains, thence sou li ,e���, vicinity of his homestead. Joins
SO iii. ;n~ to point of Minnm iicenc v ownership in land will not meet this
HARRIET FORD.    I requirement.
rii   If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
thai    Harriet|nas permanent residence on  farming
('.. occupation   land  owned   solely   by   him.   not   less j
for a  special  than eighty  (80)  acres  in extent, in
the vicinity of the' homestead, or upon  a homestead entered   for by  him
shown on n ap al out half a mile north ' [it.uce  duties   bv
of  (iillis   bay,   Texada   island, theni:
November  I,   l!
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
des-
timber license over the tollowin:
cribed lands: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________i
Commencing al a post plan:   1 abo;'.:   in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform  bis own residence duties by
living with the father  (or mother).
i 11    Tbe. term   vicinity" in the two
preceding   paragraphs  is   defined    as
10 chains north of the south-east corner of Se ���: '". G, aboul a half mile
nortb of Gillis  : ay, thence SO chain i
north, the.nce v'i chains  west, thenc;
80  chains   south,    thence    SO  chains meaning not more than nine miles in
REGISTRY   ACT.
5. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation 'adv.
intends to api ly tor a special Timber
license' over the following described
lands,
Commencing at a post planted at
the soutb easl corner of Timber Limit
No. 9827, thence south so chains, west
su chains, north su ciiains. anl east
Sn chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. II. Ford. Agent.
October   I.   1907.
east to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November  1,  1907.
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
IN THE MATTKR ,.:' thfi Estate of
Alexander Ewen, late of the City
of New Westminster, British Columbia, . lei leased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Revised Statutes of British Columbia, Cnapter 187, that all
creditors  and   others    having claims  Deputy of th
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of mad allowances crossed in the
measurement.
iei    A   homesteader  Intending    to
perform   his   residence   duties   in   ac-1
cordance with the above while living'
with parents or on farming land owned  by himself musl  notify thfi agenl
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
be giv.ui to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Minister of the Interior
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned 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
->+ ���* .������#������#������#������#������#������#��� :*y*:.*>*>'b*y*yy*)*>ib*>*yy*)*)o*)*>b*)*)2*>
Boll
i
Of M
om, -
shed;
tS   CD
$1
ee :
'OI11 I
e i ���
CO
H. to '.'   I inclusive)  of a  por- (
,'94, Croup I, Map 110, New
|r district.
(���proof  of   the   loss  of i '��� .-
le Numbi r 13715a, issued
KB  of   l'eter   Latham,     has
Jtliis office.
^^���fereby   given iiiii   I  sliari i
explrati.      .,:   .ea,.  month   from
��� itt#lOt the   tirst   piibliiatii.il  lieie-
i��MI�� a duplicate'  e,f tbe  said   < -
lcat��, unless   i:i  the  in. anlime   valid'
|*Ction be m> ie  to me in  writing.
C. S. KKITH,
���   District    lb rist I'll'  eef   Title's.
Land Registr.   (itii.-o. New Westmin-
w. b. <;-., oet. -j i. i ;"i7.
LAND     ACT.
Form  of Notice.
against the Estate of Alexander Ewen,
who died on or about tlu. Sth day oi
July. 1907, are required on or before
ihe 15th day of December, 1907, lo
send by ]>ost prepaid, or deliver to th .
i'h -cribed undersigned, their Christian and Bur-
!names, addresses   and    descriptions:
I They are Perfectly Waterproof
6.   TAKE    NOTICE   thai    barriet
Ferl, of Hammond, B   ('.. occcupation
la ! .  intends to appl.   tee: a special
license over the  tollowin
binds  on   Texada   Isl.md.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Commencing nt  a   post  planted  at|the tul1 particulars of their claims,du-
the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9825, thence south 80 chains, west ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SO chains,  north  So  chains, and east lf all-v- lu'M b>' tnem- au;1
SO chains, to point of commencement.!    FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that af-
HARRIET FORD,     ter such last mentioned date the ex-
Per S. H. Ford, Agent,   editors,  John   Hendry   and     John   B.
October 4.  1907. '.lardine, will proceed to distribute th^
N, B.���Unauthorized publication ��� f
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
ly  verified;  the statement of their ac
I count  and the nature of the security,
1.
Fonl     ^^^^
lady,    intends    to apply for a spe
timber license over the following des
cribed lands:
assets of the deceased among the par-
Harrlet'1'63 entitled thereto,  having    regard
'only to the claims of which they sh.ul
TAKE   NOTICE   that
of Hammond, B. C, occupation    ^	
cial'then have notice, and that  the said]
executors will not be liable    tor tho
|aald assets or any part thereof to anv j
rsons of whose claims no
00.
'
ew Westminsi;  i.a.ni : rist ri. t, in--
trlct Of New Wesiiuinsl r, It. c.
Take 'notice :m .lames Sicirpe. of
ew Westmin: : II. ('.. m i'iil a: on
umberman, :.���-���:.] : appl.. t'����� r a
���eclal timber lie ens ��� en r the follow-
g described he i
Commencing-   .   a  "     plant' i on
IB Weit banb <>: Twenty live Mile
reek, abOUt t��o in:!,,- from Lie Lib
OCtt River, th-u , rii-t -b :���;>��� chain.;.
OUth, one hue Ir. I -.n ! ri\'. chains.
'est, forty thai:,-. N"i h one hundred
iid sixty chai e iei poim of I'lun-
lencement.
JAMES "SHARP!
ate, October i". I'.hit.
Land   act.
Form   of   Notice.
^^^^Kster, Land District, Dls-
WCt Ot New  Wes'iiiinstei', It. ('.
Take notice  that .lames  Sharpe,  of
!  .,,    few .Westminster,   11.   C,   oecupatiou,
jUmberman,    linends   tie   apply   for   a
v ;  Pedal timbei lin'iiv-a' over the follow-
M described lands���.--
Commencing   at   a   post   planted  on
.' !���:���: .he West  bank   of  Twenty-five   Mile
I W1111 [leek; about two miles from the l-.il-
���OOtt River, thence West forty ehains,
iouth, one hundred and sixty chains,
|u;i5a8t forty chains,  North one hundred
r'  Md tllty 'Chains     to   point    iif com-
"     nencement.
JAMES SHARPE).
-nii'i Hate, October in, 1.107.
0 Ms!1-1 '   1	
ADVBRTISK IN  THF.  DAILY  NEWS
,]c:i    I
ethiti ��
Commencing at a   post  planted  at person or pei
the nortii east corner of lot 235, south   tice Shall  not   have been  received
if Qilli's    Hay,    thence    .vast. 00  them at the time
east ^^_^^_^^^^_^^_^^^_
chains,     ihence    south    to the  shoi"',
thence' westerly along the Bhore to lot
286, thence easl uml norih along the
boundary of Loi 235, tei the point of
commencement.
HARRIET FORD
Novembi r 1. 1907.
of such distribution,  and
DATED at   New Westminster,  this
6th day of November, 1907.
MARTIN  &  McQUARKIE,
Solicitors    ior    John   Hen Iry and
John  B. .lar.lin... executors ol
said  Estate.
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
2.   TAKE   NOTICE   thai    Harriot
Ford, of Hammond,   B  ('.. oecupatiou   ix  -p
Lady, Inl nds     to apply   [or a sp. cial
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
the uinler signed, aud endorsed "Tender for Detention Building, Victoria,
11 C," will be received at this office 1
until Monday. December 2, 1907, Inclusively, tor the construction of a De-
tention"Building at Victoria. B. C.
Plans and specification can be seen ,
and forms of tender obtained at  this]
Department and on application to Wi'.-1
iiaiu Henderson, Esq., lie-idem Architect, Victoria, B, C,
Persons tendering are notified tint
tenders will nol be considered unless
made on the prime.1 form supplied,
nd signed  with    their    actual    sign-
1 atures.
1 Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted ihence on a chartered
I bank, made   pa; ible to the order   of
jthe Honourable lhe Minister of Public
Wo . s. equal u. ten pi r cent 110 p.c. 1
of the amouni of the tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline   to enti. r   Into a contracl
., whi n  call   I  upon to do so, or If Ue ;
���#������'
YOl' TAKE NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK HOOT."
For over fifty years the name of DICK has been a household word
in the Old Country for Waterproof    Hoots.      Their    special    process
renders the sole leather perfectly and   permanently   Waterproof, besides adding doubly to its wearing qualities.
These  we specially  recommend for the wet weather:
Prices���Ladies, from $2.75 to $4X0. Youths, $2.00
Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, $2.75.
1
i
:
The Old Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia St. |
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor ��
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
.''_.-' r..i'..''--.,'--"-.*'_*".-1 '-_*'..*'._''..*'--*'.-*'--",^i"--1'-O'--V.
" *.l''.c^��*^r^r^i*-ir'e��v*^"��*-iv"^��*'ii!,*i��*'i.*'jr-.��".i���._**.*'
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
the
worli contracted
not accepted tb 1
MATTER of the  Estate of,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jjobn Conn:!  Whyte. Pale H lhe eitv ' ,
timber license over the following des-1    0f New   Westminster,   British   Col-1?*' ��� tender b<
cribed lauds. umbla,  ,���,.,,,,���,. :"" 'ue ������ l��e returned.
'    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, pur-     The Department doe. not bind Iti If
. ,, accept the lowest or any tender.
suant to the Revised Statutes r I Bvlt | .
Ish Columbia, chapter  is;,    that  all] :>    "��''
Comm di lng ai  a pi st    planted at
the Bouth east  corner of section  22,1
about five miles '���outh east, of (!illiri;
Bay, Texada Island, Ihence south SO |
chains, thence -ast. 80 chains, tbence
north Si) chains, thence west SO ciiains
io folnt of commencement,
HARRIET PORD,
November  1,  11107.
3. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Pord, of Hammond, B. C, occupation
lady, Intends to apply for u speeL'l
timber license over, the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at.
the south-east corner of Section 22,
and about five miles south-east of
(iillis bay, Texada island, thence 60
chains south, thence west to tho
shore, Ihence northerly along tbe
shore to the south line of Section 19,
thence east to the point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November* 1, 1907.
creditors and others having clalna
against the estate of the Bald John
Connal Whyte, who died on or abo.it
the 9th da.. 1 . October, 1907, aro required on or before the 30th day .-\
November, 11)07, to send hy post, prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned,
their Christian .and surnames, addresses and descriptions; fhe full particulars of their claims duly verified; the
statement of their account and the nature of the security, if any, held by
them;  and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after such last mentioned date the executrix, Margaret R. Whyte, w 11 proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amdng the parties nntltled
thereto, having regard only to the ]
claims of which she shall then have
notice, and that the said executrix
wm not be liable for the said asseu
or any part thereof to any person or   ,^4 Ylbud St.. cot Alder. Portland, Or.
^^^^^^^   Kltl.D. (IKI.INAS.
Secretary,
Departmenl of Public Works.
Ottawa, November 2, 11107.
N\ wsptipers will not be paid for this |
advertisement lf they insert It without
authority from the Department,
"The Milwaukee";
"The   Pionetr Limited"  St Paul  toi
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 ancl operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
service not obtainable elsewhere. -_, _       n.i.
h. S. Howe. g-.,m a8�����, ADVERTISE
13 ULLET 1 N
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham andJSeattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. tn., 4:35*p. 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.
Ui
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash.
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IN  THE  NEWS
bb\
l, im" _fAUE.   lrit-Hi
THE   DAILY.  NEWS.       fl
FRIDAY
>
A New Subdivision
ausi ��vb-et a good many ;>>���*>sil��- nave heen waiting for
Mi. i��. D. Bourke has just authorized us :o -sell in Uns a portion of his
Twelfth Btreet property, bordering on Twelfth street. Fifth avenue. Thir-
tv lith street, an l ;i lan.1.
'.')>��� property is all cleared, fenced, graded and in grass, and command;
a charming view of the Delta and North Ann.
Heretofore this property could only be purchased as a whole, hut no.v
separate lots can be had at prices lustifled by local conditions, and upon
easy terms.
Plan of subdivision nl our office-
There'i no economy in buying
'cheap" salt. At present prices
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more than imported sail. It is
pure and never cakes,
107 W
REPORT DEPLORES LAX
SUNDAY OBSERVANCE
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ua
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Memorandum Submitted to
Attorney General Bowser
Points to Violation of Law.
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1 WRAPPING PAPER
PAPER BAGS
AND TWINE
GET   our  prices  #
before buying  |
out of town. jf
ilj.J.MACKAY y COSli
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
���,���-,������-,���-_���-���_.'���-���������--_. ___���_���_______:___. - . ...... y. ���-' -   ��������������������������������< t
THE BEST-
Cookers and Heaters
In Town, are to be .
Purchased at : : :
BRYSON & SONS
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
Tel. 65
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
In the .annua]  report of the execn
tive of the Provincial Lord's Day al
liance the action of the attorney-gen
eral  of  this  province in   refusing  te!
I
sign   indictments   for    prosecution of
violators of the Lord's Day Act is sj-|
verely   criticized.       Tbe statement   ii
made that his action has actually resulted  in increase of labor and busi-1
ness upon thee Sabbath.    Further, (lie !
report states that the view that th'i
attorney-general has the power to ve-1
io the law within the province has not I
been entertained  by any other atto.'- \
ney-general in the Dominion, and lhat
neither   lhe   attorney-general   nor  tli'
cabinet of British Columbia h.is given ,
public  Justification  of this   refusal   ..:j
enforce the act.
The report, is distinctly unfavorable
tn the sacred concert on the Sabbath, '
terming it "a subtle innovation ami an
Insidious Influence." The Sunday paper, too, is still "a feature of violation
of law as well -is an untoward influence nf serious strength." Bul in the
.main the reiiort stntes that lhe on'- i
look for a stricter interpretation ?"
the act is favorable. The report recommends ihat the alliance continue ���
vigorously iu its work of education .is
to the nature of the Sabbath, tha;
citizens be urged to devote the horn's
of the day "lo rest, to devotion, to
spiritual Improvement and to doing]
good"; thai cases of infraction be
dealt with b.v means of conference
and persuasion ami that the claims iri
lhe I .old's Day Act he continually
brought to the attention of the attorney-general,
The report comprises nine typewritten sheets ami is altogether interesting reading.
Scotland   fraternal   society.     Alrea.lv,
a large number of names bave i"   '
., e.al, and a meeting Of lb'' elan-
will le called iu ih.' Coal City H*x1
v.,-, !: fe'i- the purpose iii <,:ganizin \
tl.. 'new camp.
Judge F'.ned the Constable.
ton nto, Nov. 21.���judge Hi'''1' ��� ���
wan is getting a reputation as rail
Judge, occasioned commeni Wednesday by reproving Mr. PreudlOot, K.C.,
for using the slang plttase "thrown
down." Yesterday he again came Into 'h.- limelight by summoning the
sheriff and ordering him to fine the
oonstable a day's pay because in- was
nol in court when his Lordship wan'-
e.i the door closed. Deputy Sheriff
Sutherland arrived in hoi haste unl
was followed speedily by a host of
constables.
V
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
OFFICE
DIARIES
for
1908
AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Holiday Goods Arriving Daily
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
See our stock of above before purchasing.
Solid Cold NECKLETS from $2.73
to $77.00 each.
Solid Gold LOCKETS from $_..!.0 tc
$55.00 each.
We ario have Gold BRACELETS;
prices $650 to $75.00 each.
and Gold BROOCHES, $1.50 in
$110.00 each.
Backed the Right Team.
.lack Cherry, trir the past twen.y
1 years a resident of this city, is leaving ihis afternoon for a holiday trip
tei the' old Country, where he. intends
in spend the next three months visit
ing old-time friends and relatives, Mr.
Cherry is reported to be making Hi'.'
trip on lhe proceeds of certain Judicious investments which lie mad- m
connection with the visit of the Tecumsehs to X��'w Westminster, lie having always been a money-talks supporter of the home team. While in
Ijondon he intends to look closely into the workings of the municipal board
of works in order to compare the
methods in vogue in the two countries.
The
'Eclipse'
Bread
Maker
Simple in Construction
Perfect in Operation
Easiest to Clean
Will mix and
knead a batch of dou^h
thoroughly in three minutes without hands
touching the
dough.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
W. C. Chamberlin
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
S. O. S Camp for Nanaimo.
Tin' Rev. A. iri Vert, districl deputy
grand chieftain, anil Aleck Adam-.
pasl grand chief and loni of the i i\<. >.
of this city, have during the past J \v
days been canvassing the ScotcTimen
nf Nanaimo, Ladysmith and surrounding villages for the purpose of getting
together a sufficient number to orgau-
b/i- -,i Nanalmo branch "f ihe Suns .'f
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83-
Your Opportunity
ADAMS & DEANS
The  City Grocery.
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Electric Railway Service \\
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
Stations  will  run every half-
hour trom 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
P. m.
('ai.i leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twecity minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at (1:20 a. m.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave ^
at   ten  minutes after the  hour
half past an.I fifty mtautes after < >
the   hour,  commencing  at  G:.'i0 +
a. m.
Sunday Service tiair-hourly between ���. BO a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Oectric Ry. Co., Ltd
This is your opportunity to secure 30
acres of fine fruit land, half cleared, house
and barn, good orchard and small fruits
bearing. Handy to mainline C. P. R. shipping point, also steamboat landing.
.Good opportunity to secure a profit
producing fruit farm at a reasonable price
and on easy terms.
For short time only.
Price, $2,500
Terms to be arranged to suit.
REAL
ESTAT tri
Week End
Evening Shades in Ho
Women's Plain Lisle Hose, Fancy Embroidered
Lace Lisle in the popular evening Bhade. i'T
pink, sky, navy, cardinal,  pearl grey, cn
white, per pair, :>u.
i   New Westminster
Chiiliwack
Vancouver, B. C.'
Evening Shades in mu
and Silk Gloves
Long White and Cream  Kid Gloves, per pair
 $1.00 to |J
Long Silk Gloves in pink, sky, heliotrope,
white, per pair,     35c t ..
Latest New York Styles in
Handbags
li-   new showing direel  from New  York comprl
in lar-ic and Bmall Leather Handbags, Opera i\
Nei lia.:*.   The price ran-'" gives imi a fainl ld<
showing,    Each 50c t<>	
Special Features in Girl's Jersey)
at $1.25
Made nf line quality wools, in line;,   ribs, buttoni
made with shaded waist -in I tn Hi  comforta
cardinal, navy, sky and white   Another lin.   .
mere, yarns in very close ;iiis.  buttoned on
'rii*. above lines em' eef special value and an on
to-wear departmenl   todaj    ;e!l sizes to selecl I ���
Women's New Tweed Coats,
$6.50 each
Hy long odds the besl coai io- the monej   win. a   . ���
season.   They are new arrivals, made of all woe
checks and plaids, dark in .Jhade,     Style  is dou   ���    ���
collar of Bame materia] as coat, tri" large po.   ei      ������-���{
with turn-back cuffs of sarao material;    sizes   UO ti
length  is three-quarter.    Onsale todaj at	
Big Sale of Skirt Length*
in   Dress   Goods   Department.
A  special   .-nii' <if Bervlceabli Dress  <;<n>ri.   suits   i
r:"">' d i..   i klrts.    In going i   rough oui  ati	
we. hav.- found a large niimiK'r of ends with Bufflclenl
iny uplnto skirts.    Lengths ranga from 3Vb i<> 5
width of materials.    Anion;; these  -���<-.-is   will   !..
Homespuns, Dark and Llghl Tv. Is, Venetian I ���
Sharp reductions make the purchase <>f one nr more li |
Itable Investment.   See our large show window foi
on sale Thursday, Frielay ami Saturday,
W.S. COLLISTER &G1
247 Columbia Street,
New We
\v. H. Gilley���Tel. rii'.     Office    Tel.   u:. .;.   i;
(il!
Gilley Bros., Lt|
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL    DEALERS
Wellington   Coal.  Van.   Portlan I Cement,   Rosebank   Lime,
tery Vitrified  Pipe, Drain  Tile, Terra   Cotu,   etc.:   Clay.
Mantel,  and   Fire   Brick,   Fire  Clay,   Gartcraig   F,re   Brlcl
Salt,  Forge  Coal, Common   Br :k    Sand, Gravel  and Cru< "
%eady
~*X$r For
The
ijri^  Afternoon
A    Walk
WE  have  some,   nobby fall  slulcs
thai combine elegant c  and r:.~imon
sense comfort.    Just lhe
thing foi a dressy street or
business shoe.       IVhy dont you try
RICE & HUTCHINS
ALL AMERICA SHOES
"A treat for lhe feet "
For MEN For WOMEN
W.E. SINCLAIR,
OUR dull calf Much"* I
extra heavy sole "" '*'
shoes for mid-winter ii""-
Why don'tuou tri a f"'
of the genuine
RICE fr lIl'TCl^
ALL AMERICA^
"AlnatfotlbW  ,
For MEN ii I
The Reliable Sho^l
���MMMi <irJL:i.\:.ams*M

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