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INSURANCE
wHtTE, SHU.ES & CO.
260 CaitHhbia<St Phone 85
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C,   SATURDAY  MORNING,   DECEMBER 12, 190b.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
FIVE CEaNTS PER COP\
Chairmen of Committees Review City Council Work During Year���Aid.
Gray Refers to Reduction of Lighting Charges-Aid. Johnston Says
Underwriters Will Shortly Examine Local Conditions to
Reduce Insurance Premiums.
PREPARES       JLIOUOK INTERS JKE
fOR REVOLUTION       AlARMiD IN W
Ultimatum Sent to Czar That
Constitution Must Be Restored or War Will Follow
Thei
. _   .,   gath* i Ing ai tin
council chambers last evening ai   tbe
... .:     meeting, when   the Alder-
rat
men ���
givi   in
lhe  li'1-'  council  ai������ nded  to
ol    h.
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with
aid
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K- ar.   look tin   chair, and i 11
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i ������in.-. . .. every member of i he , i
* m council, ii. referred to ihi lm*
, ovem. in a v. ,noi.-i-ilon, and
s.ui'I i desei .������ i ... ������;, ntlon ol i ������
.ii lerwriti      . :i.  und i ui ning
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��� ���,-.. ��� majority   of  ihe
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as  h. ed,    i       ��� city ol   V w
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Aldermen Jardine end Gray.
Aid. ,1 ri'-f i ��� ���
appealing
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willing
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.rn* all
Lulu Island bridge, Many Industries
���>.-!��� rvn.ii- ii in the island, and he
iva vi : glaci to be Identified with the
ii Idg ll.- also refern 1 to streel
i. . , and In app. aling for their support said li- bad been thirty-eight
a the country and twenty years
In Westminster, it the ratepayers gave j
hun v.-t support he hoped they would
nv  ri s ei  .,.    i Applause, i
Alderman Johnston.
.  :    i-i ii-   ..    follow, i,     ��� i ew_ng;
i. of bl   I.- .ii ii. ii   , the mar- j
i . . Tin   market    .. a-    ulti-1
v .. i ���...  ,i ui  a    :   venue
.  ...   in;,i    ,i  .i->-v  ni   .. .ii. ..
; i.    Whi e the   ''.'���" ,
i    ,.   men   ...     i   uo   ens - a n venue
. , ,i  ...   ... . . was . i    the
. i ��� -    .   lui .    In  the eai ly  pari    ol
he yi      tb.   'i a.i;      tad 1;. en extend-
md the woi      ��� a    now completed
..ii   hi of Iheir
i>. li. Mai
Helsingfor, via Frontier, Dec, 11.���
That Finland will .send an ultimatum
to Russia warning 'he Czar *.h,Ht a
rebellion Is Inevitable unless the Finland constitution is restored, !_ the
belief of diplomatic agents of other
European powers here today.
The lawmakers at thi- convening of
the Finnish diet, early in th*- approaching year, will point out to thf*
Czar ih,ai Finland has l n   - bbe I of
lta constitution. Th.-y hope tht.- Nicholas will yield, but thi;y fear there is
no escape from an armed coi * .
Temperance Agitation H_>* Made Great
"v.    r '/.. .
Headway  and  Caused   B.cf*-t5osS
of Trade  to  Victuallers.
WA
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ERVICE IS
MUCH IMPROVED
Montreal, Dec. Ll.���Al a meeting Ol
ihe Licensed Victuallers' association
yesterday it was admitted ihat the
temperance campaign In this province
had made great headway, and caused
a big le.-s to the trade in-Montreal.
Prejudice againsi the liquor trad,; was
on thi Increase, it was declared, and
i lio association must strengthen itself
for protection,
The legislature had placed additional restrictlous upon the saloonkeepers,
despite the fact that a petition con-
j taining 70,000 signatures had been
presented tu Premier Gouin, praying
that the license situation remain unchanged. Lawrence A. Wilson was
elected president to lead In the new
fight.
Opening oJ/New Reservoir
���Notable Event of Year
���Many Extensions.
CASTRO WILL. UNDERGO
OPERATION IN PARIS
In   Spite of   Reports  of    His     Serious
Concition, Ver.szuHan Pres dent
Eats and  Drinks Heartily.
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ii/..,-. vi wbosi    work   he| operation at
as well as t" thai of
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ihe market was the besl on the
.- coasi   . applause), II  ��as cl
.mil the stalls  were ^ ��� II ki pi
With   refi rence   to  Ih.   i'n,.   d.    i
iu.i iii .- halls, at Sa i-
. a. and  the noi th  end  of Queens
h   would en d In  i be
He   referi ed  eulogi I i ill)
. Cli n  on, \\ ho  had  gi O'...  U]
. in .I,,    an !     ivas    de*
ni ns int. i est.-. and to the firemen.
Wii i.   refei   ik<    d   he  reduci lon  ol
i-      of ii      . nee in   X w   West-
Vld. Johi      .   in       iced i ha
���  ; .���     , Hndci
Boideaux, Dec. 11.���President
ir... ..i Venezuela, left this citj
o'clock this morning for Paris,
bell. ��������� d   that  he    will     undergi
Ca -
it  ll
I*   is
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the  Fn neh  capital   instead ni In Germany, owing    to
death of Dr, Israel, of Berlin, wh', was
to have performed the op. ration.
The reason for the operation i- not
known. It is reported that Pri sid. nt
Castro ate and drank enormously
whi ��� bere and showed every Indlca-
tloi ��� hai ..ii his vlsll he was ��. eking
ut his lost In alth.
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EMNVICT INTENDED
TO DYNAMITE PRISON
The report of the wai'-.-works d��
partment for the eleven months en -
lng N'ov. 30, i attached. It deal.s With
the construction of the Queens park
reservoir, its effect on the city water
supply, and the numbei- of main extensions ,and new hydrants placed this
year. In the total for Queens par!;
reai rvdr the sum of $21 tr, sunk in i.'.k
abandoned reservoir is Included.
To .Alderman Shiles, Chairman Water
Committee.
Sir,���1  beg herewith to submit the
eighteenth annual report of the water
works departmenl  oi th.   city  oi  N'ew
| Westminster.
Tne past year bu._   .een one of great
progress in  this a partment, the extension an.l   improvement of  the system going forward at a    fast    pace,
AT  UIRTHAM KI A_Un[quIte -" keePinS with the Increase of
Al nLoiiHin lOLfliiii.;imilation and Ul��� genera, advance.
  men*, of the city.
,,..,.       , -. __ ���,,���,j i    Th,.*  largest   piece  of   svork   under-
Second Round ot National Cuo PUyed . '
taken this year wa.- the new reservoir
Today���Juniors   W'l|   Engaje  in
SENIOR MEN ENGAGED
Match at Moody Park.
The senior Hovers are due at Westham island today in the __enii-fiu.il ol
the National cup, aud will not be
quite as strong as usual, as Shawcros
in Queens park, which w.as commenced
early in the year, and finished by the
,nd of June, when the water was
turned in, and it has been in constant
use since.
It has a capacity of 2,500,000 imperial gallons and with the overflow weir
at   its   present   position    a    reservoir
md  Saul  cannot   play,  having   laken |opacity of 3,000,  gallons.
lhe increase of building In the out-
part In cup ties at Vancouver. The
team leaves "ii the Kerland from the
liighth street slip at twelve o'clock
sharp. A few more support'rs would
he welcome.
At Moody park at 2:30 the Junior
team and a picked eleven will meet,
and an Interesting game Is assured.
COAL STRIKE ENDS WHEN
LEADERS ARE ARRESTED
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ii  ,i reduc-
Sab ,n, Ore., Her.  11.    U.   V-iiua. a
a. a..-..-i       ..-i-i'ii, let,     ������    est. I    !i>Tfc
,oi   a...; .--.      i ...,    ,| . n   ..   of  aitro-
:..  , .  !'.!!���  I ,|.. .I.i.   ll Ul     - SI  '1
.. . he ini. nd- i ... - . li ',. .i irison
. i list} i- ��� ...% up the pen - ntiary in
irdi i.si ape.
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mi :.     \i e do uot i   ......   a ; ���
it-is
ibabl, .   . i . ,. ,     -������
... led i     in     ;    .
.., , Ial .-.i.i r. ol this i ty,
i   ��� -i     for years
.. nd mr.   co.r.i
.. nue,"   I i,  ' ��� li. Ved tha
���  pros ��� v,    .  -:���    i
e city was growing,   ll m '-'"'���
atlon wa    growing, and
,,   vim-, ruing  the  call -  on    n
���ial   in.   as   ni   ilu ir   disposal,   A
��� :.     ba i ���' en mad. a *-"
i   qm   : on ..'. expen liture, and
een    aid -'    ���" l1'"' chair-
.���   .   ,     on   i   ol   works, mi I . oft
I say  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
, i .:    md  sidewalks  to | vu to i
EDUCATOR   SAYS  MODERN
SCHOOLS  NUT   THOROUGH
.. - "-. ial i ui
,11.   ll)     wiia   ill
he . on 111 ion   i
^^H ^^^^^^^^^^���h; iv_. : :,'^^^^^^^^^^_
D   thl -  ' t  $6 I  tO  $'   00 llll        '.
,.: ved that  the ex- '       Alderman   Sarrett,
ii   .... * ne:       eai   would   uore    han .-,   ,, ,     :    .,.,. s   .,,    ,,     humorous
th    cost o   the  r. dm lion     H        , r     |, .     ,   ,, ,,.   .        |,,-,,, ������,  ,0
[hi It w-i- their duty to --i-,-     th,       .;,��� ,,,!..- , omn Itt.-v-, li nary   and 	
Lyers the cheapesl lighi    ���-- Ible.        .,       ,t    ,.,,,,. a-.,,.(i   the   condition s,.  Louis, Dec. 11.    President Jacob
\.. l.ii;.--.-..      In    answer   io    D.    D.   ,     .               .,     0ja}    wjtj,   uliai      i. Qould s, vn man. president of Cornell
Bourke, he  said  il   was  the  inten  on   ^  _a p    r     ngo  Rn<j sa ,| .i..,.  ;i,,. ,,.. im(verajlyi  was  til0 principal   speaker
of'the council  to continue  ihi   work, .)a,,.s (|l .-,,   Wails, mot's and groun * ,   the banquel of the Cornell alumni
of filling up the swamps.                          ,, i ,,,,,,]..  ,;   :,   credii    to    the    ciiy. ),,,.,.   i;l.(   nighi.  and   in   his   address
Aldtrman Shiles.                    Queens  park  uas In  excellent  condl ���, siei educational reforms.
.|.|   gjuio;   was  iniroduced  n     an   1'--'1, wad thej  had ther-3 a man who ne s;l: ) tbe educational Institutions
ald( .,,.,, .                  years, then thrice   l-ad grown up with the grass aud flow- 0f ti,e present  day,lack  thoroughness
,���,.. year ������..ier commissioner, j er. daugluei       ;   park rangei was an ;M drill work, in comparison with the
ag5lu  an alderman  retiring  excelleni  offici  ���    He had    kept    bis institutions of fifty  years    ago,    and
ii,  ;la.;   erved, the mayor  j.ioniisea to    the    ratepayers.    There that the course of study mighl be lm-
I   the city taitlifulij and well, i were  n"    ��>ai     chambers    now,    the proved  upon   by     providing    for   two
Mr   ShMe's va.* heartily received.    He I press were always welcome.    The re- yeara  |n   preparatory   drill  work    and
i   ih wiih the details of the report ofi],orter.s  tried  theii- best   to gei   it out|lwo in 8peciU] studies.    He advised a
his  committee,   water,   npon d  else    right,
where, and  Intimated  be mighi  again j crooked,
Valparaiso,   Chile,    Dec.    ll
strike  which broke out  in  the
-   -
c ...i
lying parts of the city has been the
cause of a very large expenditure in
extensions which now reach thi city
limits in all directions.
Extensions of Mains.
Among the larger of these extensions are the following. Six i_.ci
mains from the end of Royal avenue
to Thirteenth -treet, 792 fee ; Fifth
avenue from Second to Third street,
693 feet; Eighth avenue from Twelfth
to Thirteenth street, 528 feet; Tenth
-,..v from Sixth to Sei nth avenue,
.:-M feet; Royal Columbian hospital
261 feet. Four nchi mains; Twi ifth
31 reet    to    Lui i     sland,     1783     'set;
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Seventh  sti.-- Ml-    ���   v, ,;)i     ;_>
nines a week ago came to an end to-| Centra,   .,.    ,:>   feet;   total   7142
teet.
lay an l work has   ieen resumed.   Ti.
i ovi in n    u as  put down  . y    i oop
who overwhelmed the rioter- and
rested theii leaders.
n I'
ll' -....: .
ind n..u
Irom uffii
., mai i
liims
If for election after He had
bat  there wee u|taken a rest.   lApplause.)    He point-
he si aiieie.I condition of    the
in   ord'-'.   and   ci ndltlon, and
,f that  iviiinii.i"   was
...,  ol
|i v oi more advei
se c
rltlci in
city as u great difficulty In the open-
of roads,  .-nvi is.  and   wati r main
ciiy,     In  answer  to
In
ixtensions m tue
member of th.   <"11"-  John Peck
who ask. d about the sui
producer, | vey 0f ,i���   coquitlam lake watershed
Slipel"
that they
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.,     due ,o Hv. and the super-   the alderman said some difficulty had
���   ,,:   vvorku  to m  ''^ ^  arisen  aboul   the  survey,   which  was
.,,���, i, had the approval of  ,.,���.,- explained by  Mayor  Keary thaj
il      ,������,,   wha, waB uesi for all ap-  |,  had been found  necessary to have
wiii) |the survey made i.>  a D .minion lana
with that quail*
tti(J! Qcation was resideni here,   Th
,,1 of works.  t0 g0 t0  Vancouver, and  the counci
permanently Lad hesitated to spend    $2001
Biiend  difficult survey among the Vancouvei
��� wiiich  had  I.cen  mad'' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tb.   : nances al  .heir disposal,    Much j SUI.veyor, and no oue
���     .-,,)  had   been expended on the(fl<.ation wai
* ipi Intendenl of ihe boan
11    ii<���>   had an  ettgineei
employed   they   would have  to
��bout $500 a inonib. They .ould ��'"
set a .nan less than *$2W " "H""11'
and be would require one or two assistants. Mr. Illli received u. certain
"iiioliinieiit tor work which he did tor
the council. Now the superintendent
wi')i the chairman had done thai v"'U'
and he hoped the ratepayers would
^member thai the onalrman had '"','I��
'���ai'shi) criticised, Every member of
"'i council was us much responsible
lls the chairman,
Financial   Matters.
considered the beads of tbe ''-<'-
���n: . of th. ciiy would coibpare
with  any ojher city in  the
pro  ���,.., of  ;,,.j,iK), Co'iimbla, or the
people.
Alderman   Henley.
Aid. Henley weni at no P'1
into the  business of    the    I
works, as the report has teen
cd,  bul  he took some 0]
explain his position
ll.-  ba l    kept    bis  institution
ratepayers.    There  ;ll.,. ,h,
chambers    now,    ihe j ,
welcome.    The re-
It out
i ometiiues    ll    i ante oui
    il..iii'^b;.i.i
With regard to the wai  r supply the
a derm m lui i some pertinent  remarks
to make concerning  B,  C,  E.  R. offl-
t.|       iiv >'li' ved the)  would do what
,h,,  ,,���ii,i. but corporations employed   P  Ei ,_
,,..,,.  ih .  best   of  in. n.   to hold   whai ,
the)  could ior their   employers,   and.
,1,1, .in. n musi  work to see tbat the)
di-] noi gei ihe I esl of ihe olty.    i Ap
plaii8C.)    The   B.  C.  B. R.   had, how-
lever, shown a willingness to meet the
reasonable requests of the city eoun-
II.   Wiih reference to the lake water-
bed', he intended to gel the deed from
hud I ihe  Dominion   government   If elected.
I [i uot he was willing io stay at home,
a! ami  not gel  hi.- $12.50 a  inonib.
The  Absent  Alderman.
The mayor,  referring to John itc'd
nd  Marshall   Sinclair,   said   he    had
more thorough cou*. In the arts and
sciences, blnglisb history and politloaj
economy for professional men in order
ihal they may havi- broader views and
he less fettered by t. chnlcallti. ���*.
GIVES FORTUNE TO
McGILL  PROFESSORS
Montreal, Dec. ll. Announcement
was ma \. today of the gift of $50,000
by Roberi Reford, the millionaire -hip-
ling- man, '. > McGill university. The
money Is to be added to the endowment iunij ;.n,l utilized for the Increase of thi   salaries of professors,
Thi  salaries now paid the professors
fn addition o this .- ��������� bas ��� n
ised pipe varying l torn I:-. 140 i ��� a
e-qus rter to wo and a half
inches; renewa -. 1123; ie sides pipe
used for house services amounting to
5404. and with larger pipe laid in connection with the ��� - voir 8032; total
36 ill feet, or nearly seven nrl^s. This
lis the largest amount laid In any one
ar since the water was turned on In
. the city.
Queens   Park   Reservoir.
The  cost ol   Qtv ��� ns   park   re <        '���'
complete with all connections to   the
are very small, taking into consldera-        *''���>' raain !l :;'"' **n ! tbe dl
tlon the .-ocial po Ition thev are   ex- j -rlbution system in th.   lower
p'ected   to maintain  and the  cost    of'lhe   ci!>'   wa!i   $22,220.26.    The
ago   they   might  have
but  they  are not   now.
living.
be. n ad
and a '
Year
���quai.
i result many good men have
fence   cost   .-?."*r,..,7;
(Continued   on
th.
mn- r
irt .*'!
tei
fence
Page
bei ii ait racti d io otn. r li< los.
CHINESE   SUE   CITY
OF   RENO   FOR  DAMAGES
TAKINU EXTRA FHtCAUTIGivS
TO hXLl.lit Mm OlSlAiL
 ���.  Reno, Nev.. Dec.   11.��� The    Chinese]
GOVERNMENT residents   and    store keepers    whose
IS now FORMED j bouses were burned a few month- ago, i.
i
Ottawa,  D-c.
11.���The    liepar.menS.
i, i I Ution to precau-
  when the grand jury  ordered lhe    old  of  agriculture,
Charlottetown, P. K I.. D c. 11.��� tenderloin district destroyed, are con- tions which hav.- been taken *,o keep
The Hazard government has been re- templattng wholesale snjis against out the foot-and-mouth disease, i_a__.,
constructed as follows: Premiei and' the city, as a result of the successful I decided to organize a staff to prevent
attorney-general, Hazard; provincial outcome of the -suit tor damages by [communication between affected state*
secretary and commissioner of agricul* one of their countrymen yesterday.      ;and Canada oy means   of   ice    roads
lure, .lohn  Richards;  public works, J. over the rivers which form a bound-
M    Commiskey.     without    portfolio, STRYCHNIN? PLACED ary between the two countries.
George K. Hughes, Benjamin Qallant,
John .Mi-Allan, .1. D. Mclnnes, t'apiain
Joseph Read, James McDonald;
Speaker, Matthew Smith.
Nl   COMMUNION   CUP!
lbe
Sinlib, as they
in iiublic
by   Aid.
at length I worked with them in iho council, and
lonrd    of a|ways found tiiem mosi amiable, and
ubllsh-! working for the best Interests of tlm
pportunlty   to city.    He was sorry to hear of
with reference to retirement   of. T.
the criticisms of ins department. Peo*|flttd m)l enough merchant.
work not h'-jiilV.     He hud   been     asked
lone, thoughiFader tb,apologize for his    absence,
area of the clty|and referring to the work of his com-
W.rlS   such   thu       ^^^^^
amount of work  to cover.
stance they had nnd to lay
,���) the olher side of the
children lo gel '��
. .:.:,. n  work  hnd been
Yoiingsiown. Ohio, Dec. 11.���It
now believed that an effort was made
io poison Rev. Louis Lops, ed' St..
Roche   Catholic   church,   last   Sunday
|CANAD1AN   EJECTED
isi FROM THE VATICAN
pie. spoke  to hlm about
ing done, but it would be (
inking time, ami  ibe i^^^^^^^^^^^^m- a    i
t they bad an enormous| mii^e8 said  ibe police possessed   a
For In-j very competent chief, one ot the bail
a sidewalk they had ever had. and in the Baal-
bridge   for t8rj, inspector, S. J. Pearce, they had
done on    tbe , Continued on Pftge Bight)
Still   Import  Live  Cattle.
London,   Inc.   11.-��� Lord   Carrlngtonjduring    the    afternoon.    The    priest
has refused  ihe request made'ou    be-   novered between life and death.    It Is
half of Dutch chambet�� of agriculture j thought   that  strychnine   wa.-,   placed
to close |K)its against li\.   cattle from hn ihe communion cup.
the 1'nii.d States or Canaila.    He said, ���	
It  was not  wholesome tO hav..    only a1 Japs   Use   Canadian   Flour.      ���	
dead   meat   irade. St. John, Dec. IL���According to leiil 11)e wag nanded over.
 ,������ i Kawa,  a   merchant   en   rouie   *.o  Kng*
sensational  Yarns Officially  Denied.   , land,  the  Jftpanese are Increasing the
Rom,, Dec. ll-���A foreigner, believed in be a German-Canadian, tried
by force to enter the Vatican yesterday, although refused an audience
by the majordomo, He was ejected
after a scuffle wilh the papal guards
and declined to give an account of
himself to the Lallan police U) whom
London, Dec. II.���The agent-general nf British Columbia ha*- Issued a
statement denying the gensatlonal
���stories, of ho employment In the coant
province, that are being :,:i ' ''' '��� i:i
London papers.
use  of Canadian     flour    and    canned
G. T. P. Appointment.
Winnipeg,   Dec.   11.���Controller
J.
goods.     He  said   that    the    Ormans j Baker,  former city  manager C.  P.  R.
-applied   mosl of the  machinery  used
:n japan, but. thp machinery is nol up
to the standard and  Kngland is gain-
| 'ng ground.
telegraphs, who was defeated at this
week's election, will shortly be appointed superintendent of the Orand
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TWO.
THE DAILV NEWS.
SATURDA*,
CHURCH
SERVICES
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(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
a p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
auy church notice from this column
Indicates tbat no copy has beeu turned
In by iho pastor or other responsible
party.)
Sunday. December 13.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Kev. \V. II. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday .school and Bible classes at
2:30 p.m. .Morning subject. "The Life
Story of an Indian Chief"; evening,
**The Responsibility of Citizenship."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
m. Mid-week prayer meeting
Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Mo
"Typical Relation of the Temple to
the Church"; evening, "Consecrated
Intelligence"���a sermon   for students,
How niceiy an.l easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
ake Icing
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORaONTO
Grand Trunk Ry. j GORdSn'S^~
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
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HOLY TRINITY���Rev. A. Shildrick.lT
rector. Holy Communion s a.m., Mat- J,
ins 11 a.m.; Evensong at 7 p.m. Bishop A
Dart  will preach. : '*
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ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN:- 4*
J.  S.   Henderson,    pastor.    Sf*r*  '*
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Sahbatb i,
:30    p.m.
ST
Kev-
vices  11  a.m. and    7    p.m.
school    and     Bible    class 1
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. V.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m; Epworth
League .Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer
in eting Wednesday at J p.m.
(No subjects received.)
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KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, T
Sapperton���-Rev. E, tl. Thompson, M. ��� ^.
A., pastor.    Public worship, morning,
11 a.m.; evening, 7 p.m. S a Wrath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30. Y. P. S. C. E. Monday at S
p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL -Hev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser-
vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Sunday in the month after morning service. Prayer meetip?
on Thursdays al 7:30 p.m.
. No subjects receive i ,
WEST  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev,  T.  Wardlaw Taylor, MA.,   i'i.
D., minister.   Services at ll a. m. and
7 ji. m.    Sun lay school ������: -   10 p.m
(No subjects received.)
COLLINGWOOD      METHODIST ���
��� s a*, i i .cm. and 7:30 p.m.. Sun-
- ihool a* 10 a m.   Epworth League
. v.    i.i ui lonald   school
*;    .:��� ���  ai - p :u .,i..i   Sunday
-   ���      u     p.m.   Re\ w. iv irt Jones,
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BURNABY    MISSION���Pastor,    H.
VV. \v. Bromwlch, ISast  Burnaby. Ser-
Ices i    follows:    East Burnaby, Sun-
.-   two o'clock;  pre-aching
*  3 p.m :  young people's ser-
7:30   p.m.;   Thursday,   pi .  ��� r
��� ������   at    8    p.m.    West  Bu: n
3  [ .       ?chool at -     ' and preaching
��� ;.3o.
fNo subjects received..
SALVATION ARMY���Captain C. H.
life,    C.    O.      Servicer    will    he |
��� onducted    ia    the    S.    A.    barrack* i
-.   Sund *��� Hows:   7 am., knee|
drill: 10 a.m.. Sunday .chooi; 11 a.m.,:
hollm tise;  7:30  p. m.,,
* *.     '     il m- and Mrs.
Bios*      ���  V      ���  : ll i ,r,duct  the j
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Our Christmas Neckwear Stock Is Complete
All
the new colors and styles
25c to $1.00 the tie.
New sets in fancy boxes,  comprising 1 pair Braces, 1 pair
Armlets, 1 pair Garters
$1.00 to $1.50 a set.
1 pair   Braces,  in   a  separate
fancy box, 75c to $1.50 a pair.
Initial, Cambric and Linen
Handkerchiefs
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PHILLIPS,
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THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
211   Columbia   Street
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I. il ii   ;      ��� -     Sei vici
.   and 7 p.m.  Sunda;   school at
���.  li.       ���!. !.  igui on Tm
��*��fenlng. F ting    \\'* Inesday
:. .        ilornlng      i eel   ' ;-   is. th ���
I the King    of    Men";
��� vening     Whal   Will    v,     Do    with
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPEL
Eighth   ���-'' tween    Third    and
Class meeting at 10
a.m.; preaching al n a.m, and 7 p.m.;
Sunday Bchool at 2:30 p.m.    Rev.
Jl.  Marsh, acting pastor.
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealer* in All Kind* of
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
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And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Als,. to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niapara Falls.
For Tim*. Tables, etc.. adtlress
GEO.  W.  VAuX,
.ssistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
A^ent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago. III.
SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY UODOiE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
Are hold in Oddfellewa' hall Colum
bla street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
A. 0. U. W.���FflASER LOCGE No. :-
��� Meetings the first and third Tues
day in each month. Visltlnt
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. 0. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows'   block,  Clarkson   streel
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F
��� Meets the Fourth Friday in Ihi
month at >* o'clock. In the small
hall, Oddfellows'
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FOR
^AS_SHOPP[NG
Artistic Display of
Ladies'  Fancy Collars
Lace Jabots
Silk  Girdle  Belts
Kid   Gloves
Laces Ribbons
(Neck   Ruchings
Fancy  Goods
Furs  Marked  Away  Down
L5UY   NOW
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FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES
Aerie No. 20- M lets -very Tuesday
evening at 8 j*1 m., ia :he Eagles
hall, Columbia r >et, A. Clark
W. Prea ;  H. S b Qi I.. Se< retary.
THE
ROYAL   TEMPLARS   OF
TEM
PERANCE meet
every
Wednesday
at
S  o'clock   p.
m.,  in
Oddfellows
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reel
..The Fashion Centre..   I
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STOP and See Our
Xmas Perfumes, Comb and Brush Sets
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DRUG
STORE
ION3 OF SCOTLA..D BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday ot every month i:
K. of P. hall.   Chief v.. Suthei
E/ES  TESTED FREE.
I. O. O. F.���Royal C,:y Lodge. No. S
���Meets in Oddfellows' Ball, Col
ami in Sti ������ it, every Fri lay evening
at B o' Visiting brethren will
nad.     ��� ���' ?on       G   li. Ollley,
N. 0.; C. E. o P, Q , re    rd
lng ?������   i   try
-OSE CF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B S.-
Rod R e Degree meets ..ec.'nii .md
Fv-* SVedn. : i of i jcti month
In  K. of P.  H ill, . 'i Bt, in
* .   in.. White It. .   ������. Fourth
U ��� ii.-. --i i>     ir,    ���-.!��� h  m.inth. siime
i place.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
:.    ide the Union Lodge   No  9   A
F. and A. M.,  IV on Lodg.
No   17, A. F. and \   M     L, 0. L.
Ni    : I   i; L. O   .. *         13; Coun
v N .   H i   0. F : C. O.
I*'..   C ��urt \\      .. ister,    No.   330;
i.     . rhood of   ' Nesi  No  29;
HEATING STOVES
If you want a h    ���
Oxford Florance, Oxfoi l Oak . |   :, |ao ne In v , e
heavy nickle trimn * '������'���.
!><)  ii"*   i"- .*'���    to cal    In    in I   li   pi cl   ou
Ran        lh       ��� ��� : satlsfacl
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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30ARD   OF   rR*.D_i.    N   *   Wgiimla
Board of T a I.    meets in th.
Boa . R ���������in. I '.';��� li i ., aa follows:
Third Thursdaj of each month,
Quarterly meetings ou the third
Thu rsda y of F i nary, May.
Augusl in i Novembe -. al s p, ra.
Annual meetings rm rhe third
Thursday    of    February.    Now
111 iy      lie      ;,"ii;)<iSih|      iiml
elected at any mnnt.i." or quarterly
mei'tlni;.     A.  K. White. S***0.
There's a Loud tall
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ROFESSIONAi
COAL
F.   11 A N S FO It D.     Barrister
So Icltor, etc., Crescent bhwih
corner     Columbia    an l     McKen/i
| streets, New Westmin.-.:*'**   B. fl
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Pennsylvania
Jjiacksmitns
BEST QUALITY 6SNFF ANTHRACITE SND NEW
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
HIS
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���   licltor, etc.,
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OUR    BEAUTIFUL
I Stock of Xmas Presents I
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SEVENTEEN   MEN   DIE
WHEN   TRAINS COLLIDE1
is now about complete. Shelves, tallies,
show cases loaded.
liiu.-.vis, Dec,   11.    Seventeen    men  ���".
���  dead and m an a *���< ore w, re  i^f
injur.-.1 In -i collision between a freight  IS
train mid a crowded workmen's train
near the Tourtaxis station toda; ,
Seventeen bodli s have been taki n
from the wreckage und one i- believed to be under the debris still.
C.   Hambcrj
ACCOUNTANT AND  AUDITOR
Not.iry   Public      ���
Great Clearance Sale
Toys   and   Dolls
still ��oes merrily on.
Prices snipped away down.
Room   10.   Brim
New Westminster
Conveyancer
Block
P.O.Box  795
1 J. J. MacKay & Co.
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OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. -  - NEW WESI
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UTES1DE At EDMONDS, Barrl"
ter und solicitors, Hlackle Dlk..
Columbia street, New Westminster
VV. .1. Whiteside, II. L Kdmonds.
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\KTIN K-. McQUARRIE, BARKIS-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Weatminater, Trapp Block, ooraei
Clarkson and  Ixirne street*.
GBOROB B. MARTIN, tlarrlsier urn.
Solicitor, 'aiiilclifn block, Colum
] Ma and McKen*.:le streets. ^.,w Went
��� mln-iiet, B. C.
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer   Limited'-   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
No   trains   in   tlie   service   on   any
railroad   in   thc   world   that   ei|iial   in
���i|iii|iment  that  of the  Chicago,  Milwaukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own  and  operate  their own  sleeping
ind ���''" i      . -s on a 111 their trains and
, ,<ive     ��� i    - trons  an  excellence  of j
,rrvi        i      . htainable elsewhere
.,   .   ROWE, Geno-al Agent.
j 134 Tbinl SU cor Alder  "Pi.'tla'xd. Or j
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W ��� have now moved in:'-> our new store, recently
ll. Smith's millinery department, and are showing a comple
of CHRISTMAS COODS
An early   -election will prove profitable to the purcha ���
the very article you have decided on  for  thnt   gift.    Ordei
you gei a larger choice of goods to .-elect from.
The  Jeweler J
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W. C.  CHAMBERLIN
Sole agent for the Longlnea and Hamilton
Watch Movements
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Eburne.   B. C.
Company,
FLOUR
Imperial	
Hungarian Jewel
Terminal	
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McQuarrie & Co..
iCR AND l
$7.00 per
$6.50
$.S50   "
ED MERCHANTS.
FRONT STREET satu
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TKE DAILY NEWS.
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It s the time of the year when we sacrifice profit, and, in many instances, a portion of
the cost, in order to clear our kshelves before the spring shoes arrive. Men's, Boys',
Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes marked at hurry-out prices.
The sooner you come the better you'll fare
Can You Stay Away From Such Offers As These:
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$6.50   MEN'S   BOOTS   FOR
$4.95
' Bl iC.ii rs, with hei       c Iin n. .   m    ol  ���
*,��� .-���;   pa r  .   .$4.95
n Call | ��� .... ��� ndid  win ���
        . .   . ,$4.< r
���aND  $6.00   EOOTS FOR
$4.00
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       $4.00
,i.i  Meta     '. .  ������,  .
��� E N       $4.00  AND   $4.50  BOOTS  FOR
$3.00
l-.ea v       ii Call i;,
I; a re: t foi
.$3.00
$3.0:
A Snap on Men's $3.50 Boots
$2. 0
Call
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.    "   *. CALFSKIN  COO" V..        BOOTS FOR
$1.75
to  . .
. .  $1.75
:,    Iin.
$1.50
LADIES' $4.50  TO  $5.5.  SHOES   FOR
$3.25
...in Table No. 3 !_        led wi .   ol   iiairs   of   our
of i $i        boots; kid    and     Velour
������v.   lol   an        1 r. ;i  pnir  $3.25
LADIES' $3.50 AND $4.00 BOOTS FOP.
$2.50
i ed and Aft;     airs Women     Boots, In   latents, 1-iid.
ox call    nd velo ���     lar * 1.5 I *' I "�� s. I    I      $2.50
LACiES  $3.00  BOOTS  FOR
$1.50
On going for . .   .$1.50
So ���     . _   : ; 1.     .
LADIES'  $1.50   ELASTIC  FRONT   HOUSE   SLIPPERS   FOR
95c
Misses' Boots, size 11 to
... $2.2."
Children s Boots, size 5 to 10
ii t.) $2.01 v      $100. $1.20 and $1.30
$1.50
[educed prices reign throughout the store.   All Xmas goods away down in price.
Whv not save a few dollars?
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Sign of Big Electric Shoe
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C*
The Largest Shoe liouse in
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It Makes her Tired
When the wife wanta high grade
foods and la offered "something just
i< good."
Trade al Adams & Deans, you al
ways gel whal you want.
Our Btock of raisins, currants, peel,
p.e f0, the Christmas eake Is ""'
verj best.
Adams & Deans
Groceries   and   Crockeryware.
!
OPERA   hrOUSE BOOKINGS.
'"' 21.   mi  Mile.. Prom Boston.
Il'' 24.���Babes   in Toyland.
*''' 25, -Sandy  Bottom.
"'" 29.���The Great Divide.
Ihi 30.- -Fiorenoe Robnrts,
���:, l    si pinnkard.
Henry's Minstrels.
' ''������ -Shore Acres.
���' 'i   ��� \t Cripple V-
'''"' l."    Theodore Lorc'i.
Jan. '.Ti.-Thrro years In Arkansaw.
.ian. 27.- DevU'8 Auction.
Feb. li.   Brewster's Millions.
Fob. iv Jane Byre,
March  ::.-���_  stubborn  Cinderella.
March 19.-Uncle Tom's <'"��iu
April 2.���Marrying Mar*.
To Remit Money Safely
Use Canadian Bankers' Association Money Orders���the cheapest,
safest and most convenient method of iemitting or receiving
money  transmitted by mail.
They may be obtained at the
Northern Crown Bank
J. E. ALLEN. M>najer, New Weitminsler, B. C.
WATtR SERVICE IS
MUCH IMPROVED
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THE        DAILV
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ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
(Continued rrom rase One)
$400.72, and the  iron;  enclosure  wall
$694.30.
Bui although the expenditure this
year bus been large, the revenue 1i;j.s
increased, to the extent of over $00U(>
me; thai " I 11.07, i, cubing a total of
|36,484.65. Thii.* Bhowlng will be
better tell nexl year when tbe ex*
pendi'iire will probably COI exceed
one-third of the present.
Hydrants.
.\'ew hydrants have been placed in
ih, following position*: Comer of
Royal avenue and Fourth street, corner of Queens avenue und Third
street, Central school, Fourth avenue
und Sixth street, Fifth avenue and
Foiirib, Fifth., avenue and Ninth,
Kighth avenue and Thirteenth, Small
,t Bucklin mills. Royal Columbian
hospital, Columbia und Alberta street,
Columbia uoposlte Sapperton    school,
Columbia street .mil Distillery, rum
berland md Harvey, Seventh avenun
and Sixth, Seventh avenue and Tenth
Thi n  an     till  thirteen  hydrants   om
ii.in i   ,, uii-h are b. Ing placed as fast
u* ilie work will permit, t
New   Services,
'riie number ol new services con-
n, ri-ii this year to date la l��y, making
u total number now In use 2016. So
well haa ite- new reservoir demon*
strated Its usefulness thnt iim-ing tho
late heavj ui'iis, when ihe water at
ih,- Lake was very high it was neces-
' saiv to open a flushing gate and run
water ofl to keep the overflow at the
reservoirs down to a point of safety
and wiih the advent of a dam of 75
t'eet high, ii would Insure a plentiful
supply tor some years to come, but
this musi not be done.at 'he expense
of the purity of the water.
The works at the pre-*, nt time are
In good order, and a pleullful supply
for all  demands,    with    nearly    tl"*<���,
times ihe amount In reserve we eYQi
hail bi fore,
W. STOTT.
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THE   DAILY NEWS
SATIJPDA^
THE DAILY NEWS    )
Published by the Daily .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
officer, corner of Sixth and Front
street.-*. New  Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
���"-ATURDA.-, DEC.  12, 1908.
constructed a barge capable of holding eight cars. The iiargc is towed
down the lake from Okanagan landing
to Kelowna, Summerland and Penticton) where the fruit and produce are
stowed 'n the refrigerator or other
cars und shipped directly to the market. Already thla season some IBO.
cars, about three-fifths of whicli were
fruit, have been thus shipped and
aboul   forty more will follow.
THE DELIVERY MAIN.
When dealing with the extension of
the city's water main intake : sater-
day we said that the scheme I.e. "the
extension of the main Into the circulating water at the tunnel intake
and the Increased pressure resultant
from the raising of the lake level
���would be an economical on_> for the
city," we considered we were clear in
our reasons why It would be economical, ln that we jiointed out that if this
were done it would be unnecessary for
many years to duplicate ihe delivery
main. It must be remembered that
the estimated deliver)  by the fourteen
Alberta Aids Railroad Construction.
Winnipeg, Dec. 11,���The government of Alberta has decided to aid
the construction of ,ft railroad running
from the extreme north of province
to connect with a I'nited States line
at the International boundary. Tnere
It will probably begin at Peace River
and end at Coutts, south of Lethbrldge,
tapping a couni ry now practically
without railroad facilities.
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a
READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY^
For mot-ins SOAP, ��of:cninn wntcr, re-
moving old paint, dUinfecting sinks,
clo-iets and drum, and for many other
purposes. A can equals 20 lbs. __nlSodo.
Sold Evevvwktre.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
Burglars Steal $1500 from Saloon.
Aatoria, Ore, Dec. 11.���Failure to
lock the outside door of a safe in a
saloon at Chinook, a settlement across
the Columbia f:*oni here, enabled
thieves to break  into the    safe    and
SUIT
OVERCOAT
RAIN COAT
BATH KOBE
NIGHT ROBE
UNDERWEAR
HANDKERCHIEFS
HOUSE COAT
SUSPENDERS
UMBRELLA
SHIRTS
CLOVES
HOSIERY
MUFFLED
TIES.fec.ftc
inch main at its installaiion was only  stea] $1-,,m  last  ni���hI     The    robbers
oon.-id'-'red to be sufficient for a population of 10,000 tor domestic use
only. but with a population of
12.000 and watei supply being made to manufacturing establishments the present main without increased head pres.su:-,. will not meet
om- needs. The question arises, will
the main stand the increased pressure? Originally the intake wus planned for ,a head fourteen feet higher
"than where it is located now, and the
pipe was considered heavy enough to
stand fifty per rent, more pressure
thun would be upon it ut that level.
We are Informed thai U is the opinion of two hydraulic engineers that the
main will stand for years with 80 per
<���, it, more pressure than ll lias un-j
der present conditions, but of course j
this would te a matter for the City;
Co ni. n to take up with an independent
and full) qualified hydraulic engineer,
an i opinions pro and ron should not
be entertained bj the Council outside
of i'i" advice thus obtained.
used an axe to break their way
through the inner door. There is no
clue to the robbers.
NOTICE
Teamsters  and  others    arc  hereby
notified  that on and    after    .Monday
December 14th.  190S, the Glen Biidg,'
on Sixth Avenue will    be    closed    to
vehicular   traffic  and   will   remain  so [
until reconstructed.
By order,
W. A
N'ew Westminsti
13. C
H'NCAN.
City Clerk.
Dec. 11, 1908.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters and Decorators
jEstimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
The Moody Park Store
Corner Sixth   Ave   and   Tenth   St.
A full line of Groceries, Confections.
School Stationery and Christmas
Goods.
W.   H.   SMITH.   Proprietor.
NOTICE.
What to Give
Him for Christmas
Is   a   problem we sol
i
THE MARKET STABLES.
v sterday's weather was not pleas-
am for man or beast _u th. market
are. Wagons v. stored w hi i e
horses could have had shelter, one of
i i has been there many moons. A
I, Le more regulation would not hurt
anyone and would give full effect to
the Council's provlsii . Eoi the farme_rs'
horses in attendan on market day.
The clerk and his a sistant have their
hands full during * (ev vi.*;. hours
of market day trying to satisfy vendors and purchase) that a little
., islatance fn ;.. -;,- departm -nt
Ls necessary I ��� . 'egu ite matters on the - ;... - In the
staf
Get the Habit
Now is the Time
to buy that dinner set you prom-
ised your wife for Christmas.   As
our special today we are offering;'
a 97-plece dinner Bet    (three patterns)   for only $T.i...,    This is a ,
snap. (
. The next regular meeting of the B.
(.'. Fishermen's  1'nion will be held In
the  Eagles  Hall,   N'ew   Westminste
B.  C, on Saturday,  Dec.  12,  1908,  .it
two o'clock p.m.
.Ml  fishermen are  cordially invited
to attend,
P.  PETERSON,  Secretary.
s a problem we solve many times a Jay. Our
store being Headquarters for Mens tilings, tKe
question is easily answered. For men both old
and young, great and small, we ve ideal gifts-
just the sort of gift that will be appreciated most
alter Christmas is over.
From our stock of Men's excellent.
Garments, Correct Headwear and
choice Haberdashery, the most appropriate Christmas Gifts it is possible to
make can be chosen.
The Edison Theatre
C_rnsr Columbia and  Eighth.
No  stair*  to  climb   to  .*-.���  ouri     High Class Moving   Pictures,   lllus-
toy department,    All on one floor!trated Son-s-    Program changed Mon-
m.l lots of room to move around.  da3r. Wednesday and Friday.
Sp�� dai   Matin.������      for    Ladies     ml
Child     - s.i   .. v      : ���   no,in ai 2:11".
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Make your selection early while the picking is best.   Belter now than lat r.
You'll find our prices no barrier to choosing exactly what you'd like for "him."
Come to a MaiVs Store
for a M
CLOTHES,
HATS
an's Things
D&CO.
and
TOGGERY
THE   PROVINCIAL  CIVIL  SERVICE.!
We un lers an I tha     . ��� attention of j
Pro. :. ial    Govei um. bl    having
������������ to tb     ���     of members ol
roposlng to become
��� nunicipal offlc,..-, a <   -
* will be Issued ferrlng to the
facl thai the ���-*��� i Hi otton Governmenl passed a reguls lon forbidding
an    Government rrom en
gaging In any v. ::,. . 0i employment
without the consent ol the Lleui inant.
Gov.-rnor-in-Council. Il j- easy to
realize 'he complication;, that may
��� where an individual is at the
���   ���   time a mem ��� , municipal j
council ar, I  an ��� m  loyee ol the Gov*
��� nmeni    W< belli .     ial public opln-'
ion  will        ,      tics       una ilmoui In
���     ������: the Goveinm mt   nfoic ng
ition to v      .   ��� el    re-]
n .    ll.
��� .    . .       .'    I   .-,  been
, rem ���-..,- ;. an l  puts
an  en I to thi ,,  the ;
- * ���       em c       t will no d iu n
.-..������   mosl
Interested ll does In lhe
Government .<-.   n    editorial   column
until  thi   ��� r mei tiom d    ea. hea
tliem.
Next wi ��� wi will be opi n In
thi evenings to a^comi .date our
pati ons who ar ��� una .i>- to call during the .la>. Also we will offer
. omething as a ���;������ cial ��� even
ing al  7:30,  thi i tl ire  watch our
ads.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
" ,\ e buy for cash    and sell for lhe
Eame."
Westminster
Transfer Co.
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Columbia  Street
Bagsnge   delivered    promptly
any  part of tne city.
L iglit and Heavy Hauling j
DO YOU
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
P. 0  Box 174.
Tel.
lies.  4 2!. '
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Gasoline Engines |
-j-r- !"H��'f'h**H";- .|*����;..H"I-I"H',4'   We   ���ell   the   celebrated   Palmer   Bros.     ;
1
sei   the   celebrated
Engines.
W That the
of Our
Stock-Reducing Sale
Been  a Grand Success ?
JAPAN
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EUlLDiNG   NAVAL
STATION   IN  FC
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUKWIHK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES m. RIGHT
Hates on worl; of any description or quantity quoted
on application,
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I1.: to 25 h   p., 2 and 4 cycle.   Best
value .-ii th ��� market.   Engines kep
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:; Jackson & Morrison
Daily News  Block.
���1*��      New Westminster. Phone 388
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Ibmi. street,  ���   New Westminster
SETTLERS
ASSOCIATION
OF B. C.
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Poi I .?���'.. ���', '.. Dec 11.���Capt. X.
P. i '-.ii.-oii. ma ti i- of '!;,��� Ann i lean
.. mine La H ilna vhl< h arrived
yesterday, reporl thai active pro.
Br. , is made b. I ��� ' ipam se in th ���
��� ��� ti ui tion ��� an li iportant naval
ta tlon ni K. ��� i. ing ' and of For-
' ��� A i ari o oi :��� ��� ��� ���.. sound lum
' ��� ������ for tho woi,. ��� can led hj the
La, iiiin.v
P.  O.  Box 556 Phonc 334
Can    upply five acre   fruit    lands
within easy distance of town; ca h or
M**H��M��M*'I"I"I"I"I"l��|nIn|4lI thre8 ���v'':"-'*   Terms to suit all c l. v
���������  ...      Comfortable   flve   ro mod   cotttage
TO THE   ELECTORS OF   NEW       | and   three     lots,     all    cultivated      for
$1600.00.
WESTMINSTER.
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So it .should be, with the goods we are offering
at the price we are asking.
Never before,  and perhaps, never again, will
you be able to buy shoots at such startling prices.
LADIES: Wo can give you
Leather Shoes made f<<v $3.75, o
Slippers for 55c, or a pair of Rubbers for
the best  Patent
'��� a ��� lir of House
��� a pair.
GENTLEMEN: Our special I
is a $6 Patent for $<
for $1.25.
or;
or tt lay's selling
or a pair of il  ise Slippers
eii'-s and Qentlonlen, Il i with
I'egret thai i find II necessary to
. withdraw from candidature for the
..in,,. ,,i alderman, having found tnal
��� '-.use of ii iglecl io re , , have
''''' ,h'* propertj qualification re-
Quired by Law, ; hi ve to thank the
man)  frlendg who b  ..  bei n Interest*
lln3  the lv.. ,,u    in.-,    behall     and
FOR^FRUIT   SHIPMENTS   whoBl    .;l;.������.   ..���.������,,   .^
.'i iction,    The  tnanj .- ���,
Nelson. Dec.   il.   A  new  departur.   confidence won
le being taken bj th. Cana Ilan Raclilc and moved  mo to
upon Okanagan lake which win have ghow, if elected   thai  th
to be followed al a lai t date In thla  had  noi   been   m
vicinity If the trull growers wish   to there   waa  usefu
C. P.  R.  USES  BARGES
'Klve acres all clear,.,I and    il Ivat   I
for $1000.00.   Terms.
P. B. BROWN
MANAGER AUCTIONEER
Begbie Street,
NEW   WtSTMlNMTER
������
my i
of
ring ��� , in--.
to
confidence
placed,   and    that
XMAS GROCERIES
Candled   Peel    Raisin-,
Boy
[irices.
s'and Chil
Iren's
Shoes
at
manufac
turere'
Big
3 Shoe Poliash, 5c
a box,
6 fo
���2f
>c.
pui
We
'chase
give a 25c pack;
of $1.00 or over
tge of
poli
sh
with
every
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rvlc ���    i    (ould
lriak,. sliipnicnt.. to the northwest pro. render to the citizen   generalli
vine,   in the mosi economical    wav.     your obedlenl   ervant
Orowerg from Kelowna now in Nelson JOHN REID
report that the railway company has  New Westminster, Dec  10   lyos
A full line of general
lowe��t prices. Try om
vou  wlll come again.
good     am
THOS. RUTLEDGE
Corner Sixth Street ami
Phone 404.
[���'it
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���h Avenue, j X
THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN
i
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THE  DAIL? NEWS.
PAUK
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IleWagrB T. H. SMITH lhe Casb Stores
�����:
Timely
Suggestions
for Xmas
i h Istmaa rush is already on u     md , ,ff ls taxed
. ,   lh, uttermost.   We earnestly solicit morning and fore-
, .       iiop] Ing   from  now until  Chrism.
...     ���  ''   ' "i:-    vv'' liav'' prepare I a ho :
���a lon, articles eminentl;    -.;���   :
useful nature, ��� ���
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iCiTY News;
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W.   I.- returned        -���������rday
from .   :,,   ;K1. been tor
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o   your
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SWEEPING   REDUCTIONS   IN     SATIN
'.   Satin   Lined   Eider.iown for $14.75
i_  an  eye-opener in valui   oi
a lined and Of the fini st qu
,:   514.75.
$12.00  VALUES   FOR   *
,. ,!  -   fill*  l,     li     Gfi     .  Tl', ' ��� i .��� ���     ���
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The  kv -    have    been
com] ; ....   -,, ;i.   resume   the
up-rlyi ���   run on ",' lesday ne-,
Tt ��� lace to get rail bulbs and
first-class   cul     flowers    is    Davies'
greenhouse.    Tel. B 20S. ""**
V.'. \V. B. Mclnnes, Elmer .lou*.-- and
II J.   A.  Pattei      . of Vancouver,  were
in ��� in., citj  - ��� -v. lay,
'
M icKe:... [gh cure cure3.     **
A pecial ���:. ng ol the local lodge
of tl C 0. ( . F. will he held this
evening, when , numbei of candidate*
n ,il I e initial ���
, . enl
':   rmln
��� ing
to and    from
pec'al cars,
AH deal v handle "B. C." una "Old
Sport"    cigars.      The    old    reliable
brands ��*
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i Ideal Xmas Presents    j
t We are Bhowlng a line i ���' goods suitable for In.:''ay gifts thai sur-
��� pass anything ever shown I   ���
��� We have rockers at ices that wlll give you a chanc.     i
��� make a present at a ve 5 :        cosi    and bi   pr sentabl .
See our special llni      . curtains.    Odd lines of one, two aud
three pairs. al  less than  hal
Whhe Mm Vile*, and honey.oomb bed spreads at $1.00 each;  regu-
���
���
Hor,.
jewelry
produi *
Charle.-
lar $2.50, $3.00 and $3.5 I goo Is
Come an 1 look through.
\
Dorer has on  view   in
window a calendar, 1
:.  :,..   color  photography
of
E. Curran's   paintinir    "TheI,
Knock 1 he 1 over on
." eigars and try one.
"hit."
k fox  of  "B.
it will make
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PER CENT. OFF ALL WOOL AND CO"
FORTERS.
The *      ale of blankets ai V
���:    :  pric. _ will <ontinue    1 a
. eductions as will ens
. PVLED COM-
I 1-3 per
1"... ��� ma .    Such
edy exit.
:rs
|Tf,W|��|STUPENDOU3 PRICE CUT    NFL
:;.'���  a our st.       3 1 educed a -    iff ou
both in ch  1.    mi Hum ani
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-EDUCTIONS IN  WOMEN'S      HOS'Ec
NECKWEAR.
- ho-.-'...  and fancj goo I    dep
,tion.-- an I 1
. Ilai    11 cl Laces, ������',..
... fin -.     . marvel.
THE  BIG SALE OF FANCY   LINE'  3
fancy   Hand-drawn   and   Fancy   Bat;-
Price.
AND     FANCY
P ..     IU!  ��� I
���_'    belts,
al
1NTINUES.
1   L nes   at Ha'
A.  D   McRa     .- i 1    li nei  David
. ,- :.;   and   * Ice-pr -  leni   of    the
Fraser  River  Lumber company,  were
a the citj  :������-���-da;
Han*  V'ogslang Poultrj   Food  Is > '��� "
onl.   pri parai on  on  the  market today containing protein���therefore it's
the   est.   Tak.   no   other   Ask fo th ���
,| gen line al > oar grocer's. v*
The 1 wo Ioi il of the K. of P.
Royal and Granite   ai ��� holding th
annual   roll  call on  Monday  nexl     it
the Castle hall.
The  Westminster   Liberal    asso    1-
tlon meets  In  the club  room... corner
Colum .1 ��� un '. McKen :��� ��� stn
second and fourth Thursdays :'r 8 p.m.
VI ';���������",-.    liberals    '.��� elcom..     \     E.
Imber Necklace." One of these will:
be given _��-,,.. to all persons who visit'
big ston   and register their names.
Holly and  Miseltoe  for Christmas..
Phone 184; Tidy, the Florist.
In a I isketbflll same at Columbian]
college yesterday, the glrl8' team defeated the  ladies'   night   class    by    a ���
score ...   1" to 6.    In the evening the:                                                 rv  -l
matriculation team defeated the com-] Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
men Ial    a the final league frame b) .1
score * :  14 to 5, .'ill the points
.-: cored in the first half.
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.
Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
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CHOICE BEEF
Best of Farmer's Pork
MacKi: 7,ie's  pharmacy
gifts.
f,
eboni
The new undi nomiaatkraal church
at Blue Mountain will be opened tomorrow, when the dedicatory and ���
morning service wil] be conducted by!
Rev. D. Oswald. The afternoon service, ai hree o'clock, will be conducted I Mr. Storey, Rev. R. Lennie,
Rev. A. 1: Vert and Mr. Madill. Special  mi -    will  be a  feature of   the
ervices
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
HcMENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia St.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 5817.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
.914,400.000.00
111.000,000.00
You   ph. :;
ing an I '. .
worki
Royal Citj  Clean-
Hats cleaned.   **
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Dona :.   ��� . retary.
Mac
r   CHANCE OF   BOYS  SWEATERS  AT  HALF   PRICE.
: ... In plain navy and plain mi y stripes
i-- tl :' .ni.l $1.51) \. lui
: 11  Westminster Lacrosse club -Vi
n ". Tui    I iy night to discuss the
challenges  for th<   Minto cup  n nl
1   the Te   imshei an i th.  Capitals, ol
Regina. V
Han   VOgl
A  .-       v ful   i. in-    was -'��������� en yi ���--
l rda     :..!���.    .... ispi. es of the Anti-
Tuli   ���     .   is soc iety    at    St.  Go..- -
hall. th.   i,all being  lecorated for    ��� he
i. -i T.i 1 ri were about 100
couples present, and a program of
ome .������ y dances was carried
through Harper's orchestra dispensed
music. The society will benefit con*
siderabl    fi im the effort.
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland. a>.u,i   ,*.,   London,  Kugl.iud,
New   York,  Chicago and  SpoKane, U.S.A., and Mexico City      A   -ta-
eral Banking Business Trausac t-_d.
.etteis of Credit issued, available with correspondents  in all  -jarttf of t._ia
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits received lu sums of $1 ri. . upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent. r,rr annum (present rate).
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NSW WESTMINSTER BRANC H li   O.  BKYMNER.  Mans**.
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Fresh  . u    b. rri, l   holly,  mis letoi.' ���
cut flowers    gi ��� nhouse    plants
Christmas    Henry's   nurseries,    3010
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price, 85c
Ti.    ���
Poultr} ,,(hvi   a, t is the reaKthingto   Westminster road, Vancouver, B. C. **j
make   hens   lay, What   it  doe-    for'
lothers It wlll do for you,   Ask for the
One of Our Mottcs:
Prompt Delivery
A    BARGAIN    IN    36    INCH   WIDE     GUARANTEED     BLACK
TAFFETA.
Regular J2.25  Values for $1.50  PEP  YARD.
��� , nii.ii    b  : ���        .:.��� ti    rrom  M ���'���
���       .   . ,, loom lar $. ���:  $1.50.
��
$15.00 Coat-  for $7.50;  $10.00 Walking Ski ta for $5.C0; $-��.V
ik Waists for $2.00; $3.50 Somen's Jerseys for $1.95;   Lad.    '
Opera Cloak* at Cost Prire. Ladies' Direstolrs Gownj at 25 per
nt   off. Lad.es' Net Waists ft on\ $1.-:0 to 525.C0.
genuine,
gist.
At   your
���r's or   drug-
Over $ 14., \m;s realiz d bj I hi  ladieg
Petei    parish at  thi    1'ombola
... i . .:. .-'   Patricl
. all "ti Wi lm s-
ii.i.  v.; Thurs lay.   The fi Hots n
Th��� ..... .   smith from I a f. * of th. winners In tl.
anl     cont, .     ;.   anc inc.-,:,   raffl   -.     M Vila     Lewi-.     ,    .   -
fact tl       u   ���'��� --is him   piece; Mrs   1 .-. eze, violet ci ntrep
to   give the   neces-   Mrs. Armstrong,    hand    made
v. irk    This  handkerchi.      Mrs, W.  Walsh,  burnt
|n the field      .fa pill w;   W.  H. Keary, burnt sofa
^^v
. :.,   the
. .     Ill unai li
sai    '"1 ������ to    :'.:���'   civic
thirteen Candida  ���
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lust  arriv.
eai -.
the  Miss s  Connor
pillow;   Mrs.   Hills,  hand   painted  pillow;  Mrs, A. P. Morrow, linen centre*
;
T. M. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
the right name of a j
iliiiu'., dol] ottered to anyone Clevet I
enough to call it "Phyllis," it was de-
���+.?..+.?&.������.
PYTHIAN
ISKAT1NG   RINK
NEW K. OF P. HALL.
L     ith   and  Agnes  Streets.
I
D.Y
Morning 10 to 12; afte noon
.. ning, 7 30 to 10.   A linis*
tea  25c,    On  Sai  rdM
, ,1   children   under    12
,-1 - . ii, s tor 10c,
LEWTHWAITE
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Abated Water...
Family trade a specialty.
rel.   113 Office   Eight strict
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
in the  voting competition belaud   McQuai      ,  new millinerj   store,   ...   ..     ,,,���    ,.   M   B    v    and    ,ho
,, fun [ine 0f Christmas collars, belts,  Knights ol Columbus, the former won
j niching;.   i ���'.!- an1 faney no.i'lt:, s   '      ,    .,   .,,.,,,,,   .,lm(ilvj   vot0.     t0   ..pare,
\,inn, nt   and   Mrs.  Hies,   of   Van-1 the losers polling 120.) votes.    A- no
Louver, will conduct  the meetings at|ona
the  Salvation   Army   all   day   Sunday.
The adjutant  Is quite musical and    a
verv -mod  singer, and  It Is eypectexl  c��M to draw lots tor the prise, Miss
; .,���,'.   a good  time  will  be the  result, ; Anita   McDonald   being   the    winner.
Mrs   moss wa* sometime ago station- Another doll, named "Dotty Dimples"
L, i'���  New  We u.>in-.e>*,  and  will    be   was won by Mis, Agnes Carroll.    The
,,,,. 1 goods remaining unsold late on Thurs
1 I to mei I old friends.
I iia. evening were auctioned off by hd.
a number of members of A and BJGoulet, who pained some valuable
1 impanles, Sixth regiment D. C. 0. R., spieling experience while calling at-
a*;, iid-.l a Bmoker gH-en by the Van-   tention to the values of his wares.
:
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,w��$t)
A*e specialize this pan oi our
business and can guarantee sat-
Isfai tion to our customers.
Canned   Gootia
Wc have just received another carload of thc famous
Tartan Brand ( aimed Goods���
Fruit and Vegetables. Be sure
to try these go.nis before buying
others.
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Public Supply Stores geo. adams
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i_.cium.jia   Street. New    Westminster.   B.   C. Phone   92.
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comiMmi.'s of the regiment In ;
O'Briens    hall, Vancouver,
1 est,rday
B.   C.
Ever Ready!
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CABINET MAKER.
.  ars With J. A- 1-'
ie 1   and    solicits   your
Mission   furniture  .1  -I"1-
���  and store furniture; u"
furniture repairs.
class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
hop; 26 Alexander St,
Opposite Tram Office,
' ��'  B<"<   304. Hoube   Prlonr-.   B iJI.
V
xtjfc^r jmn_S_H__3__i V^
ATLANTIC StEAMSHIPS
BUOKINQ TO AND FROM ANV
POINTS IN THK OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICK.
Empress Britain
Bmpn
 Dec. - :���
relit ml        J*111-   's
For  other  dates   and   particulars,
appl) to
ED. OOULET,
C. P. R. A gem
Wers for Cedar Poles
''"i"��� will be
ppl) .   1
I or ch
received    for    til
ar Poles for construction I
"'���'imi uiiiiway, to noon, Doc
tlom can bo secured trom
Manager, N-'w v
Purobaslng Agent's office,
h 11..,,
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:   "������  any tender    not     n- '''    ;
W.  H. HAZLITT.
Purcha'-ing Agent
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firouou li.",, 0. Bt.' ri-. �����
On Tuesday evening, the 1.1th inst.,1
at eight o'clock, a concert and social'
will be given in the new church of j
Blue Mountain by the ladies aid of the '
, on ���< gallon. ������
'
FIRE  COMPANIES
ARE HARD PRESSED
Lon lon, Dec.   11.     Tae  I x;i, iv inv ol
such companies as transact lire    insurance In Canada is more than llkelj
to prove unfavorable daring the cur*|
rent ; ear, as losses ar.   , - rj c .nal li 1
ably lu excess of the   corrospon ling
pi Hod of last year.    A sequence   of
good years had been looked   tor   to
make amends tor the dl aatrous   ex
peri, ii e of 1900.
Siwash   Rock���a   Legend.
Arthur ,1am.'s Smith,    one   ol    the
nni.-.!   prolific   story     writers     of     the
west, is- the author of a cleverly written  Indian legend bearing the    BbOVS ,
title,    The story deals with the love
affairs of a young brave and his dusky |
maiden, and is told lit simple yel pic-1
turesque language.   Gotten up in   attractive booklet form, thc story may,
be  obtained from  local  book    Stores.
Snilih  was  for  a  lime  a  member of j
the  Dully  News  reportorlal staff.
John   L.   Sullivan  Wants  Divorce.
Chloagp, Dec. 11..  John L*. Sullivan
ti.dny  filed a suit  for divorce against
his wife, now said to ba living al Cen-
trevllle, R. I.   The charge is Infidelity.
! IIEAWIUHTERS for SPECTACLES ' The marriage took place In 1883.        '
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nsure Your F
earn
12-hiadcd Safety
Razor   -   $1*00
Gillette Safety
Razor   -   $5*00
SEE- OUR SHOW
WINDOW
Perhaps you have not got a team of Te<ddy Boars, but you may
have a team of valuable hor,e3 or a stylish sngle driver that you
would not like to lose. I can insure them against death from any
cause whatever, Including tip*, accident or disease of any kind. If
you are Interested inquire for rates, and I will be pleased to give
you full information whether you insure or not.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
GET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE UP AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackie Street
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yuen C ������
LADIES' AND  GENTS* TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia  and   Mclnnesa  Street*.
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Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already been sold to connoisseurs
throughout   the   Westminster   District,  and   the verdict is   Unqualified   Satisfaction.
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Killed, dressed and sold under the most careful sanitary supervision
ONLY.
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St.r New Westminster
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T,fty  Miles  From  Boston."
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Ross plaj ed the title roll
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house of quality" ^ LOT 7,  Block 36;
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did v. ��� Ite; B. C. Eli ctrlc an
Price $3000.    ���   ��� -
term      THIS is  \ SACRIFICE
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Nurseries
OH.ce.  Greenhouses   and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Wisttninster   Road.
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
III.i ., li   .Nursery South  Vim
couver.
Ki iviiiini/i'd Tested Stock,
SEEDS for ih" sprint; trade
��� om the ii'.-'i grower* in Eng<
1.11,1. Pranc.. Holland, United
stu-,,.- and eastern Canada .is
well us those which can be bug-
r< ssfull)   m*o��n in li. C.
i-.xiiu choice lm ol fruit trees
and small unit*, strictly home
grown and our own propagation
from boating stock,
Ornamental In all leading
va -li lies suitable for    planting
In   B,  C.     -Ml   th.   bent   lialve "f
spray pumps,
Fertilizers, nee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cul Flow-
on, ef*.
Catalogue Free.
j      M.J.HENRY      |
tlie   Latest   N   i/eltie
Pr ���. all lines.   \V_
Let   Ui     :.,..���   you   Vi ll   ' :
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T. R   PEARSON, M��?r.
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i\ew  Westminster, B. C.
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Hundreds of people ar<
travelling it those days.
Follow the Crowd
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO,
CLOTHILRS and HABERDASHERS
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
mr**lf''       'F'i.'i,    :'
Fourth Avenue and Mai
SI Al 11 I
RATES:
Room   $1   per   day   up.
Room   and   board   $-'   '
Room   with   bath   $
Room with bath and board
���,, ,      ,, Ke pai i of the northw<       ,    ,,,,, ,,f
i you want to see the finest ,0, .*, BUburban bio, .
of  New  Westminster, i:   .-
Whereas pruuf oi me lo i certificate of titl" numbi i S249 \, v-,i
in the names of Sai i jam Bingham,
Mary Montrose, Sarah Tlerney, has
been Hied iu this offli e
Notice is hereby given that I ihall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hi reof
display of
TOYS
!X|TI11'_ city.
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water, uleani i-   i    '������'"
phom   'Bu   moeu nil trol i
CARLETON  OILBKRl
Canadian Pacific	
RAILWAY COMPANY    Lower Fraser Riverlp    CRAKE
Imperial  Limited    leaves    dally   al
.-20 a.m
Atlantic   Expn   ?   leaves     daily     at
11:20  pin.
Whether you travel ror pleasure oi
in a daily pewspaper published In the business alwayi buy  mur ticket! via
fl...      ..*       VT_-,.a.       \l* ...I        ,   ... __
AT
Morey^
COLUMBIA  ST.
| City of New  Westmlni ti
I duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing
C. S  KEITH,
District Regl ti u of Titles
| Land Registry Office, New Westminster, l��. 0., Oct. 26th, ',',..
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ADVKHTSV.
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY      NEWS
the C. iv H. aa you are   certain   of
spc, ii, safriv and comfort,
Tickets Issued to and 'nun all points,
For further particulars arm reservations apply
KD.  OOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
(,,. tn r. n. F0BT1 ::.
AsHt. Genl. Pi.!-,r    "igt,   Vnneonvi��r.
Freight and Passenger bervice per
SS.     ravorite
Carrying freight an,i passengers to
an points between New Westminster
and Wei-tiLain Island.
Leaves Bruc_*man-Kei'h wharf dally  Ar<:t,c Kx|-'e
at 2 p.m.; .additional trip on Mondays,! Chulns, Rings, ���i""'"1"-'!*"":   ,m
leaving al  5 a.m. Watch   repairing;    CBWgei
English Watchmaker
Two   door,   from   Geo. Adam,,  ^""
Ladles' Gold Watcnes from HWBW
Gentlemen's    Silver    Watch-    "P*
face, 16.00.
Gentlemen's  Silver   Watches,   t
case, 17.50 up.
H,eJ Soutll B��B��
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d,
Agent for the mW"m'80w��i
Watches, annulled   to    the   W
Arctic Bxpedltion.   mi warr'
III'
Returning leete Westham island 7;
��.m. daily, except Fridays at  ii a.m.; ;
additional  trip on  Saturdays,  leaving'
ni  .r>:r!fl |i m.. calling    *  BtPvt����tnn lis
Inducement offers,
tv      AOVBRTIBB
��� IN ���
THF       PA.LV      NEWC-
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RDAY, DEC 12. 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE MEVEN.
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If you contemplate buying a
5-Acr
Be sure you secure one near town
:       :     ON THE TRAM LINE     :       :
Our subdivision is positively the only one on thc
market supplying eitto :��� or both these conditions,
and when you consider it is an indisputable fact
that more money h. vn made by purchasing
land near growing cei - of population than by
all other schemes combined, you will readily understand the wisdom of those who have already invested with us.
It stands to reason that land so situated is bound
to increase in value much mere rapidly than if
miles away from town or electric tram. The present low prices will not hold good much longer.
We are opening all roads in our subdivision, so
that everv lot will front on a good road.
The soil is just the right sort for fruit culture,
and the clearing so light that the wood and shingle bolts will sell for enough to about pay for it.
The price we are asking per acre for our splendid South Westminster homesites is only $75.00 to
$100.0o, and we have a number of choice blocks
left to be sold at these ridiculously low figures,
which will soon be raised. ,
If you do not want one of them yourseli, just
make a present of one to each of your children (it
would be the very best kind of life insurance) and
even if you do hot plant the land out in fruit, it
will almost certainly add to its present value fully
100 per cent, each year for the next ten years,
making it worth in that time $1,000.00 per acre,
a very reasonable expectation. We can give you
a deed at once.
Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Also for sale at   HAI E   BROS.   &   CO.   and
PACIHC   REALTY   CO.
atch Chains
-    irticle .
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go
e   .nihil  to  CO
the prl.
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, ,    Qlh .:   cha :''
i   ibli    $3.00 to $9.00.
1 owing ;. ���
li   this line  in  the  "Did -������
11
in $5.00.
111-
-i.lid gold chain   s_-.li.oo tc $60.00.
iiiitnV.ni.    'olid   .old chain can   e had from $17.00 up.
��� !. ii'iiii line of ladles' Lorgnette chains, in solid gold   rang
.111 $11.50 to $35.00 plain   oi  with jewelled s.    v.    up to $125.00.
io
, ie
who ii'.-v    Cobs, we have ai       ortment guaranteed to
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd
THE   BIG    JEWELERY   STORE
Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts.     Vancouver. ^
Geo. E. Trorey, Managing Director ��
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uggestions
Xmas Gifts
fo
We have an endless variety of
dainty and inexpensive goods such
as Lace and Chiffon Collars, Fancy
Belts, Collar Supports, Opera Bags,
Fancy Lace, Silk and Chiffon Scarfs,
Jewelled Back Combs, Umbrellas, Fancy
Tea Aprons, Silk or Ice Wool Shawls,
and many dainty novelties.
Make your selections early if
you would get the best.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -   275 Columbia Street
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| MARKET ;
I   REPORT
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There was a   , er;   	
��� ���.la     In   spli-,. ���    i
Thi   ���      dance wa
ment, bul wa     n   ���
large business wai i - d .-, all
line     ' i Ing     well id      !'.:
auctlonei i     conducl ed     ���       sales
Nexi   Wednesday  w. ie.    v,   wUl
be the (Ihrlstma - market, when
v.ill  be      '..'i���;���   large ofl ,,- the
holiday season, especial! o ��� il and
poultry, butt, r and e 5g
There   waa  a   large    u -      eel
and the demand was hardly up to th"
mpply.    Lamb and mutl q   . as short,
iand  consequently   there   was   a good
demand,    Veal   was   noi   so  plentiful,
I with a   brisk    demand   for   medium
* ici   in good condition, wiih a  poor
call tor la v-      tock,    There    wna    a
la    ���       -.-���      with a demand eqi
the requirement -    Pish ofl ring   wer
al        e  . ���
Eggs sho..   no likelil  - ��� ���  ��� ���      illin
and again Bold at 50 cei
wholesale     Bu   e    li ���'��������� i    o
figures.    There wa '  n
poultry,    all    In  go .ndition
selling well. ' Th.     uppl ...
j was good, with an equally good demand for well grown birds A fair
��� supply of broilers sold according to
size, Ducks were abundant, and in
good demand, Then was nol so large
'.an offering of apples, with a fair demand for No. 1 stock. The flower
stalls wen well filled, and a large
numbei* of chrysanthemum blossoms
sold readily.
Official Qoutations.
Beef, hindquarters, 7c to 8c,
quarters, tc to 5c; mutton, 10c to lie:
lamb, lie to 12c; pork, medium, 8-*��c;
veal, medium, lie. large Bi to '**���.*���,
eggs, wholesale, per dozen, 50c, retail
*..".. : butter, retail, per lb "���", to 40c;
fowl, per dozen, $7.00 to $8.00;
; chicken-. $6.00 to $7.00; broilers, $1 V
to $6.00; duck,. $9.50 to $10.00;
geese, each,*: $1.25; appl. - pe box
75c to $1.50; >�� atoe , per ton, $11.00
to $12.00; .:.;-���> s, per sack, 50c; tur.
nips, ",0c: parsnips, 75c; onions, $1 25
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High Class Tailoring
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
| for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. I
\\ '..\ i'i-'     v   nurse girl;   applj   Mrs.
l an
\\'\.\   ��� od live agen ell the
ni u * woi king  washer.     Mm
v.ith horsi   and rig pre M
���  ��� is, w. D. McParland, 1020 O est-
minstve   avenue, Van, on    i
WANTED���To n-nt furnished or partly furnished cottage;  nius;  | .��� mod-
j     era and    close    in.    Address S. T..
News oft ��� e.
Finest English
Worsteds
Scotch and English
Tweeds
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j y  rancy trousers
Worsteds, Tweeds
and Cashmeres
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10 percent
REDUCTION
on original price
of every SUIT
and TROUSERING
in stock
Cheviots and
Serges
Vicunas and'
���
Venetians
Fancy Vestings
Silk and
Worsted
1  WANTED
1!
nation   as oookkeeper
and stenographer, by young lad:,
Experlenct 1.    Address, A. Yi., News
Office.
SI \YANTK1>- Housework by the month;
exp< ��� ' girl; wa^i-s $20 Or $25.
Apply  M    B.,  Daily  News  office.
WILFRED A. RUTLEY
Opposite Post Office,   (LATE THOS. C.  MORGAN.)   Columbia   Street.
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Arrived���A Carload of
1 AIL rIaDE IN SOUTH BEND KAiN\JL
NuvV IS IriE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
HARDMAN   &   CO.
A. Hardman. A. James. J. McClughan. Front Street, Trnst Block.
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A REMINDER       I
There is but little time le*' 'n  thla year for good  resolutions. 3
Nothing succeeds like a dollar bill, and it only takes one to open    (
an account with this bank.
Among your other good resolutions, include the opening of a Saving!  Hank  Account with us.
DO   IT   NOW.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
New Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F.   B.   LYLE,  Manager
TO RKNT���Seven roomed, turm-hed
house " 1th one acre of ground; also
lort. ��� , n..; ren: $20; Queens
avenue and Eleventh strei
TO RENT���Furnished rooms from
$1.50 per week up. Steam heated,
iiaili v | modern convent aces. Applj thi Vendome, or to Mrs, Archer, Ro; il Cafe < foi fttei     Lee'a).
TO RENT Suite furnishi l rooms,
suiia I   ��� '   light housi - *   \. ���
ply to Alex. Speck.
WANTED   Pupils for vl. :������ aad mandolin;    tees    moderai \ Idi
linx  187, City.
TO LET Furnished bedroom. Apply
189 Dickenson street, the Crescent.
���a a  ���  -
I WANTEDGoOa plain sewing neatly
done Apply Mrs. .1. Sin;;"- n, '. :'
gtreetj P. O. Box 837.
FOR RENT- Furnished housekeeping
rooms;   close in;     beautiful     view;
furniture for sale.    Enquire room 7,
Burr block
VEST MINSTER EMPLOY MENT
AGENCY--Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply y<-_i with all
kinds of help promptly, free ot
charge, Branch office, 107 Cordova
st**eet we��t, Phone A 2"F>0. Vancou-
���c.\ B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
'-''aie  and Female  H:ip  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McN2Ei_.EY   ST3.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
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3 cans Alvinston
Corn	
2 cans Middlesex
Tomatoes for.
25c
'J)C
Canned Peas,Middlesex brand,
per tm  10c
3 1b. Butter $1.00
3 pk��S. Raisins ��� 25c
3 lb. Currants lor.. 25c
3 lb. Mixed Nuts for 50c
C A. WELSH
<rhc PEOPLE'S      -
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443. .
Johnson's
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYE for
dying all woodwork furniture
and floors.
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX for polishing all woodwork.
kU&Mtj CANDIDATES
STATE POLICY AT MEETING
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
SOLVA for removing all pain:,
vi.rni.--h, etc.
JOHNSON'S PASTE WOOD
FILLER for filling the grain and
pores of wood.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.;
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New V/��stmmster.
WHEN VOU WANT ANY KIND OF
REPAIRING OONE    j
Such as duns. Umbrellas, Typewriters,]
or any light automatic machinery repaired,  zo to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on the Wheel."
(Continued irom  I'age One i
a man who had served the city foi a
great many years, aud wa*- alwaj
be relied on.
George Adams.
The aid- rmanic candidates -
alphabetical   ordi r.     Georj ���     Ad
spoke of bis record  In   iasi  couni   -
! his desire to see Columbia and i
strei Improved, and ihe n.'.-d oi' i
i lighting.    If elected he would si
west end, west o�� Twelfth street,    id
Its dm . claiming that it had be< n a
'.- eti i in the past.   He i-'ood for o en
I meetings.
D.  D.   Bourke.*
i    The   imlky   form of the ex-d.
| warden occupying  the    platform     ed
him to observe humorously that aldermen     were     traditionally     corpulen
! good-natured,  genial   sort    of    | ���
) (laughter) and he claimed he was cap-
j able of knowing something of pu iii
servants, having been one for twei
lone years.    He had plenty of time to
! devote   to   ihe   service,  and   'n   golni
'about  the city knew  pretty well what
I was  required.    There  was  nnuh  thai
; wanted doing in the west end. but he
-; would serve the city Independeni    of
any particular Interests.
Edwa.d Goulet.
The next speaker was the C. V   iv.
ag,-nt, who, because lie was Buch,    ai
not there io serve the Interest ol    u
corporation,    He had    been    o
council at Vernon, and also a   ;<   onl
'trustee.    He had taken an interesl  In
���the promotion of postal iv, rov. m.
and   saw   many   v. a.\ -     n   ������., ,
t-iiuld  serve the  town.    The;,     ,    .. .
wh> he was prepari d lo
time, but he  i emind. d  thi m that    h
was  ihe  busy  men  who  were  always
w llling to do a little more.
Alfred  Hardman,
Mr.  Hardman said iu* i ami ...
FOR SALE CHE/1 P.
Large steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and, ,,.
second hand goods. lh      . .,,,,:lli   ,���,.     L
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office. :i ���'*'���  ���'  ���--   ���'���    - -
Phone 27fi ivho told
tions ;.' help I   .
~  "    "  - ... ... , . ���    ., ���
a  Westmin I       an .     I a
had was  here -
B.   C.   Land
. Draper
Surveyor
Ellard  b'ock. New Westmi^E:tr.  E C
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For Everybody
w supply just arrived.    Roller  -! i    ng    -  ������-'���'*    thi    rage.    E
a.    Ro
Rink Skates foi
-   li   men an i won ��� n
BRYSON &. SONS
Sole   Agents  for   Monarch   Ranges.
bia   Street.
Telephone 65.
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��� Electric Railway Service;
���
���-������
lnterurban   Line.
4        rs   for   Vancouver   and     war
��� stations  will  run every half-
��� ��� ��� .-   from   5:50  a. m.     Last
��� ar ,��-tivi-B at  11  p. m.
* ��� --*��� car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
���
* in ieave tue depot every
t> twenty mtautes Ior both Sap-
��   jxTton and city limits over the
'j line.
City  Line:    Cars  leave tram *
office on the hour, twenty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- *
ter,  commencing at C:20  a.  m. '^
Sapperton Line: Cars ieave .,,;
��t ten minutes after the hour. *
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at C::_" *
a. m. '^
Sunday Service   caitnonrlT  b��_* ��
tween 8.30 a.m  and ll p.m,
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
-   ���     ���     ���     ���      ���      *     *     *     *     *     ������-������:���. ������:'���:-���    ������:"-���::.���#::*���:'���:������     *      *      <,
<*���     *
...    ol electric li-  i f<
, ���   lighting.    All
��� - sed, u- i; ii.       ������.'-���
....     on hi
ad
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, ���        '���      '
K.    It,    .,.;  . .        :
"".'. the [������ venue from  - d onlv
I ,..    *,.!,.
o   ��� -i of the '   ni  . ,,
Fred. J.  Lynch. g
lv .    J.  I... in i, H
-   lises, denying *.
... B It OUl
ten st.    I Ir would do ���
city, but it was not ri- ht I        ; wha
action should be taken mon h   ah. id
J. Reichenbach.
Mr,   Reichenbach      aid
known him for twi u;.  . ��� ai        a
ii-*    man, and he would woi I. for all
*li.   !���" ......    ;     city,
J. Carter Smith.
ir theii ���      i    C
; I to hi ... ai as
a i ouncillor ui Burnab,. ., .. ,ir<
a  : ustee, and threi
i -aioner, as a reason f.
him a    alderman,    M i him-
si:' strongly In favor of cement    Idi
v .   s, nnd thc vopoi   il I,n_; .,f
n   V   .\1V    \
i bi      ii al      allu led '-ngth    to
the   editorial  crltlcl elf  In
th.   Dailj  News,
The in1''; lng  iroki ���
eleven o'clock.
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OOKSLEY'S
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POST CARDS
ARE  NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street
CHOICE    MEATS
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Comer EigbtU St. and    l^fth Avenue
PHONE  37a
60WELL & ODDt. Proprietors
PUT SOME OF YOUR
PROFITS
IN OUR
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Y'OU   might just as well receive 4 per
*   cent,  interest,  added  quarterly,! on
the  money  you  do  not   need till  next
summer.   Write us about it
The Westminster Trust &
Safe Deposit Co. Ltd.
ABUNDANCE OF CHOICE IN
SUITABLE
Articles For Christmas il
SHOP    EARLY
SHOP    EARLY
A Most Serviceable Gift
to Lady or Gentleman ���-
An Umbrella
Appreciated probably more than anything you could give <.n account of the use it is put to so often. We hav,. bought a largi number of our Christmas umbrellas with handles of gold and liver, upon
which room has been left for nam,' or initials. You had :��� . , ;. ���,S1.
now -.. aa to have thla work don,- before Christmas.
Ladies' Umbrellas with natural   wood   or    fancj     bon<     o     pearl
handles, paragon frames, bulb runners,    steel    rod,   et.      Each    85c
"     $3.75
Ladies' Umbrellas with plain and  fancy gold and  i htandles;
01<    ..   md ali   ii'. covers,    Range In price trom  $^.00 to $16.50
Men's Umbrellas, self opening  styles,   fitted   with   strong    durable
ts, heavy coverings     Kach $1.25 to $3.50
Men's Umbrellas v. iib beautiful   told   and   horn   mounl '���-        Each
$3.75 to  $10.50
Children's   Size   Umbrellas.     Kach 75c and 85c
Fascinators
and Shawls
.
All  sizes an i
for   evening   weai
uses.
Ice     Wool     Fascinators   and
Scarves,   in   v, .
*1'25 t0   - I34X
Wool  Fascinators
cardinal,  pink.
combinations,   Each 50c to $2.00
Ice   Wool  Shawls,  dr.
Bquare   In    hap.
varletj   In d< i i:.,    $1CC
  $3.5.
to
Wool   Shawls   0r   Square.   ���
all   sizes  trom   '.":..
squares In cream
cardinal and tu ������ I   col.
white  ground.    Pi . ���    $1 to 5*
Silk Shawls   n
ii (, i band on
\\\ new and you cai
miring   them,
for evening wi
We have bei a a
Bome special  ������
Each       , ���    12.0C to UV,
Some Choice Djsigns in
Christmas
LINENS
\   pii ,      0     nu ,    .
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���      ���        I:     li     lOU it    v. 'i.i:    ���  ,   ���  i
.
.,-. tion.
Linen    Table     Leiytiis   In
Dami .      ... .. in.
Eacli    $2.25
to $700
Xa ���       v.    .   $2.75   to
$7.00.
cla I va   ii    in li -;
: nea   i|  .   i. ns,
EXCLUSIVE STYLES
IN FANCY
BACKCOMBS
Si  ..   of i   ���  choice     ind
.... a in the  < i
lali arlei les       ���    hen
ill th,        .    hapci, bin        .
, .,        ii ibs to
 Ira ���'
������nt ,
��� h brlllluni   ������: ��� \
:. .. Ighl   and   lu m ous
finish    In    best    qualit)
i ,��� ��orked in", ph ���' 'ng
.  ignt   imi combo are    In    In-
.   nni     oxes      Vou   .-.ii   givi
uul-      ��� ���   I indsom.    f. i
i���:,, h         30c to $8.50
SOMETHING
Suitable for
The Babies
4*y>
Vmi rami ,     ��� . ���:    pa -  ,. i i i    rem. i i
.-' tch     '      a       i'en here ma*,   as ou in
and th.      .,      . ��� ��� ���* ile than *��� ���;��� b.
Babies'   Knitted   Woe!   Jackets,  Bky,   cardinal,
warm and coi        a Mc; in ide 'n i oai      ...      i.
Infants'   Cashmere   Kimonas, mad.,   of   cream   l
.villa  di ��� t attiaci ��� ���   md   ervi< I.
Infants'  Silk   Dresses,  made ol   V
med with
i.      i   w r. ��� -
ottom.    Knell ��� ��� ��� 1        (0 ���*
Infants'   Cashmere    Drosses, iii        lln
  I '     ���
Infants'   Short  Cloaks  of Cn ��'i .
���    ���   i o choose from,    i: ich
liifi-.tr.'  Lony  Cloaks;   tWO  i: t \ !���     onl)       I .nl. $3 :;
Children's Bearskin  Coats in Coa
at. ������!!       ���    ��� ���   iti-i'     v ��� i houi
��� .      Each   :
Infants'   M.tts i  uall hi
Pei  pair 	
Infants' Booties In all sizes, In  cream,  pink,  v.
���v     Per   ialr     20: to 3i
Bibs;   in unusuall) large range of thi  ��� ever) daj n������ ���
plain and tanc)  stylet, an   to be fo in I In   ���   Three for
Babies' Fancy  Bonnets, in silk   fan.
��� .i.i ise an virnctlve ityle at low i    rlci    than u   i
Children's  Gaiters,  in   all   ill" smail   i-l.-.s.    white
and grej     Per paii         ��� 35c to 7
Children's  Warm   Wool  Overalls;   , ream    ind
without fa '.    Per pair 	
n
50c to $1*W
A NEW LOT OF
Fancy Delaine
WAISTS
\       cial lm of the��e -.'. > i.- ���
-,, aim    |u il arrived i" i par-
.-,      I mn   Eng and      i
, im   d. -ubl)   in,-"'   in    ui.
Ijearam ���   thnn  the  genei al   run
of wooh n  blouses In  i he  ,��������� i
Th.     are  all    ulcely    trimmed
with   lace   yokes,    collui      und
, .fl     in,| ,,,.,.,, ia|g um d are all
Ughl   in  coloi   nn.I pattern    are
mall    and    neat.     All    "���''
Each           $3-50  to  $6.00
Attractive  Cream and
WHITE
SILK WAISTS j
Underpriced at i
$3.95 each     j
Thi i ���   dow a il.iin
ivhlt.   :  i'.ii-  e
attractive  modes
lace  yoki  . collai       i   "     '''
settings  ot lace   '
ai  variety.   Si/,    I' '
special lot give v rl""'
32 to 10 Inches,   i'-
|B.?B to $7.50.   Now Each 13-K
You Can Choose a Nice HANDBAG at Almost Any Price
Note the varieties; 3Sc to $8.50
35c    50c  and    J
Children's and  Misses' Hand Bags in black .and colors.    Karh    ���   '
le to
ervcieable leathers;
a variety of styles in handleatuid shapo9.   Kadi ,
Ladies' Squaw Bags, new shapes, in all Blzei and shapes; tan nnd black leather* with strap
Ladies'  Hand  Bag.    tl pebbles, eroci *. Imitation seal and oilier stu *.-������,*	
and draw  cords.    Each
and  leather linings with �� '���"���������}   *������-���     -���������  �����-
Ladies' Fancy Beaded Bags, made in IMm alia only, with beautiful   pattern!   worked   out^en ^ ^
One beads of harmonlring colors.   Each   (o J4 0o
Ladies' Opera Bags, made Of fancy design silk. In light colors only.    Each
W. S. Collister & Co.
TME  STORE   POR WOMEN'S WEAR
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