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 Ute, Shiles & Co.
|RE insurance
bffWESTMINSTER, B.C
^rislative As,
DEC 131907
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Wfcte, Shiles & Co
L ESTATE
Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,  THURSDAY    MORNING.    DEC.     12.   1907.
TEX  CENTS PER  WEEK.
'!! ��kc "7K n mmm m~   "0RANGM MAY      lH,NBU ���m " ME   . SORE BUNCH OF SPORTS
aCARS OP BUSINESS]   "����i��UT ib^ihi AMONG TELEGRAPHERS     SUPPORT CATHOLICS    ��� slEts HIS H^"" - THE NOME TEAM
Co
llolli
^^^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^jB'rict   of:icer __M
Ijgeussionon Ferry Service, sanding, Minua    -,,, x��� tl_ wl]]
J',.,.,,        .   Sidings,   and"';;; ' Bafiernoon   and
;UnS Indulged In. | X1:,���       '
""��� """'"<"���'   "i  Troopei  Arthur Tim-
lick, killed while a mem >f the s
��� ���!, Singh, a Hindu wh,, ai ���  !
Gigantic Strike for .30 Per Grand  Master Sproule Lays b��r.  recently from Beiiingham, was Four Flushers Engineer In
Cent Increase and Eight     Down  Line of Policy for tound roaming around tie streetsiaif
Hour Day Proposed.
:,���.,.. ��� was absent  from the
| .   board    of trade
, evening, Bfter    considering
and   disposing   i
am. ��� ���  itions
Order to Follow.
A. C. during the Boer war. The cere
mony will take place Bharp al eight
o'clock, in the presence of the mem-
,f| ebera of A and B companies, wh
o are
|t.ra
I
nit'ii
the  meeting j askwi "�� parade in review order, wearing  tunics and  helmets,    The mayor
0M n��'iv name  waa  added to the  and aldermen, aa well .-,    many ot* r
H. Hrown. ieoretkry Prominent citizens,  will    ������   ,,,,.   ������
.. :   Sawmills  com    '""   (jf ll"' " men will be n
proposed   by  J.  A    : "    ' ' ' ]       bori  gervla
1 vious  io the unv. lling of the I
' The  ceremony   pi imi ��� -   to  b
Toronto, Ont., Dec. 11.���Commercial |    Toronto,
inl railroad telegraphers are taking a  ti
referendum on a contemplated gigantic  striki    for   30  per  cenl   Increase
and  an  eight-hour  day.
Tbe following mese ige reached here
this  morning
"Each operator receiving this,  will
write five copies and mail to live op-
n ,
11.��� No discrlmlna-
. i.on against Catholics is the line of
' policy laid down by Dr. T. s. Sproule,
Grand   Master  ol     tin
Lodge Of   British   Nortb America. Th ���
resolution      recently   passed     b.v   tin-
count)   (irange lodge forbidding lead-
er_ ol the order to appear on th.e plat-
communlca
Is:..:--
J- , I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
fr01ll erk  Duncan,  wbicb : '"" '  !,"b"' sive  natun
[., | tl iver to the pet! ion
oard,    the ma^oj
public meeting
ie Bing thi
(rtof city :u-  and to oi
impalgn.
Ii .i - i bj the Vi, t ria
favoring the organiza-
^___\
ol
EATE OE DISCOVERY
AT IAST REVEALED
who will in turn repeat the form or In any way assist In the elec-
aci and mail A, I. \v. Quick, BtLouis, ion to political power of any mem-
Mo,   This chain of letters ends Janu-   bei   of    tbe  Roman  Catholic church,
e       ^,1 should be signed bul   comes In tor seven, censure from the
 ator.   will you sup-   Grand Master In a letter whitfj ii is
port ill and II necessarj  strike for 30  understood   has   heen   sent to  Joseph
.     ���   and eight-hour day,  E.   Thompson, county   master.    Tbis
to  commenci   March   1.  Answer 'Yes'J letter points out, Qrst, that  it  is'not
: to above address."    within the power of any subordinate
the C P. R. operators have very | body  to pass such a resolution, and |
nighl, roaring aloud with pain and
angi over a severe cut in his h<-a l.
H, was gathered in by t'.ie police, and
hi.- wound dressed at the station Av
far as could be ascertained last night,
li; a ah had been celebrating about
town, and was very drunk. He had
Grand Orange entered the house of a friend with a
hatchet In his hand, and while executing a sort of war-dance, had managed to cut himself on the head with
his weapon. He was given a ;.kI at
the station, but no charge has been
preferred against him, and he will
probably be released this afternoon,
or as soon as he has become reason
ably  sober. _^H
sertion of False Report of
Game in Van'ver Papers.
t  arrangements     wiih   the
��� ratoi ���  and  mosl  of
fairlj   well   pre-
declares that the resolution itself Is
coi ��� try to ali the Ideals and prin-
of OrangfiiSBT.
EIGHT AT GRAND fORKS
RECEIVES SUPPORT
Hulk of Ship Missing Since ���    oth m matter  oi wag   ���     , . ,.1^0���!-.-
________________________________________________________________________i,-^_^_^_^-H-^-_^_^-^-i-^-^_^-B
hoard    and   was en-
\   1:. White point-
��� ei la  boar I'i   11
lly slmil hi
Vani mvei    oard
., :   lai ���   month  i
tial   be 1
ed    fen     Bervies
11 the city, with
��� :   the  Island,  and
- em thai the, w< i ���
deputation to wai
for 1 lie pui poi ���- ol Bel
ol the Island and
i�� Infl lenc    In an
nt to secure . -���: ini from the pro
���mi -��� ���'
I ted  thai  as T.
ol    the   roads  and
ages 11      ittee   ��.,-  nol   present,
i   e taken al present,
a- a ful ire in--' ���
d    11   the di pn>
I tO   VictOl i 1   and   in
der with refer n e
Ithe 11 govern mi nt  gr.mt
tion    of   a   new   land
11.��� stated  thai  they
nei eived and that
I robabllity of the
pom milt  in the near fu-
:'        ���    ��� ���  " ���   was   received,   and
������ ndi r,al   the   thanks
foi   bis efforts In the
-������
I " ������ 0 reported  with nef-
j* 1        ���    ��� gol iat ions whoeli were
the G,  N.  B   in an
(��� .1 Biding Installed tor
& Sona along the line
ridge    and   Cloverdale.
Dr.   Spi,mi
1902, Discovered on King
William Sound.
V incouver,    i ���
iroughl   from   !
11.���Word
this   mo
it is not thought many [ should  vote of his own    free will for
the   ,  ee: ositii ti.      With   ,.... man  he thinks  i est.     If such a
;   telegraphers   the   -.- neral   rU]��� as was proposed was carried ou
���      'I' rent. i;  would mean a boycott such as was
���  dished    by   Roman   Catholics  in
itain Collier, who haa been   i e_and,  and   Orangemen    should not
Federation of Miners Promises Assistance to Men who
Decline Low Scale.
^^fte Salvatiot^^l^H^B'k   all
be  steam  sc oo - ';-p    Dominion,    from    Nov.
''i.'    which   started   from   Yaku-   Scotia  to  the   casi.   will   lecture  to-   an Catholics
tat bay five years ago toi Seattle and   '- - ' ' v"-'!l ���   nal1    "'������   Begbie
The Nome haslet bailers who play
ey the local uiilitia team here on
Tuesday night, showed somtthing of
their true color when they supplied
the Vancouver News-Advertiser nnd
World with the following report of
the match, which appeared in those
journals yesterday under the headim;
in both newspapers: Hough House at
the  Royal  City."
"After a dispute which nearly end
ed in a free light, the basketball
match between the Arctic Brother-
hood team, of Nome, .and the S xth
regiment, of N'ew Wi stminster, at ih ���
Royal City last night, was awarded
to the former. The score was 2���0
iii favor of Nome at half time. Ralp'.i
bomas and Snider were roughly ban
dk-d by their checks and could not
play in the second period. The Nome
captain warned to replace them with
substitutes, but Westminster objected and refused to play in the second
half, although their own umpire &'.-
emitted that the Nome m> n coul.l
play substitutes. The Nome men
therefore lined up, and Referee Swann
awarded them the game. They had
to rush for their dressing-room to get
The   specta-
was  nev< i   i    rd of afti rwar Is,  v, a
n rei i" I  on  the shores of  Monta    ���
streel ���     eel ure   will   commenc
at eight i md      thi   captain is
stiri Inf   speech and a good
Cai ��� ein  Collier
Island, King William sound,and sllo.i  �� noted speaker, and talks  from ex-
: Ishi d.    'I he   l liscovei j   w ������ ���
also   a   treasure Bhip,   bringing   a
consignment ol gold dust and a la
er eet mini rs   after a cl an-up In
H-^Hiikon.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ Grand Forks, B. C, Dec. 11.���Great
pass resolutions such as they would consternation exists here today over
resent  of they were passed by  Roni-   th<   recelpl  ���;' a wire from the k.-ad-' awa>'  fl'onl   tbe   crowd.
quarters   of  the   Western   Federation   lors were very rough and when sev-
  01-  Miners ;.t  Colorado,  which  Is   as   eral  Nome  ladies  upon  the   balcony
Christmas drawings are now in full   follows: , waved  pennants  they threw missiles
swing,  tickets  for  various  prizes be- "Denver   Colo.   Dec. 9.      at   them   and   the   supporters   of the
in-  on  sale al   several of thi   st  res   -|,f   A.   E,   Ih.uly.   president . Miners
In  the city.    J, G. Gamon a   making;        uriiun, Graud porks, B. C:
a   krave   attempt    to   corral  twe-b ts ,    "Executive ioard will support min-
ai ly in Toronto, managed   the  Mttr,
a i   had   e            number of women     '���' '         i|c     has   lately  been
and children aboard and was carrying       ' barge ol 'lift branch of the
il   her capacltj   In passengers and   work  in Britisl              bia.     Al
cargo when sh,   ran Into a  gale such   in'';'' meeting   tonight
as bad never Btruck th<   bleak Bhori
ni   the  barren  Islands in   Prince Wil | 	
rom every customer in exchange for I ers ,��� the Boundary to maintain pres-
a   tickel   entitling     the   hold*'.-  to   a: en,   st-ale.    Letters   follow.
rlzi   on Dec 23, providing, of course, (Signed)   "JAMES   KIRKW1N."
ne ol the lucky pasteboards is held.      ,n v.i( w o! this wire t0 an oniooker.
Mi.  Gamon   expects to  sell  between Lji attempts at a settlement of the la-
-""  ;"':   :;il" tickets,  and    will   give  bcr  difflcuity  appear  fruitless,  as   it
tweli    I-. fifteen prizes, valued l8 generally believed that the Granby
.-   .::    according   to  his  estimate.      company   will     remain     firm  on the
st..ii I   thl y   !...,-_   '..,'.:, a   and    ,,    il
iifnirnnnn nnwrc llttl6 blo!uibilu-v of lne Iabor union
AIyIdASSAuuK dKYIl 11k cisisappears ��be
an
N
WAGES REDUCED,
WEAVERS STRIKE
Ham sound In the experience of those
who luckily weathered Its onslaught.
The storm must 'nave driven the Dis-
oovery ashore on the jagged rocks,
and few of the passengers could bave
reached the land  alive, .  	
It Is quite possible that some of the
cre�� or passengers   reached shore, [Shingle Workers Cannot Ac- British Diplomat Will Retire
bin they must hav- starved to death
within a few wi eks, It is believed
that fully a hundred persons wen- on
board and all were In great jollification when the vessel left Vakutat, at
the prospect of a good tims during
the winter of 1902-3 on the proceeds
Of  -i   big  clean-up-
cept Cut of $1.00 a Day.
and Walk Out.
IS LEAVING AMERICA
from   Position   Within
Few Weeks.
Ktlso, Dec.  11.���Seventy-live
^iin
basketball team actually had to rally round the ladies to protect, them.
Captain Peele and Mr. Malon;.. of
N'ew Westminster, deserve credit for
their attempts to keep the crowd in
.land- The Nome team will play Snohomish, the Pacific coast champions,
tonight."
Every statement contained in the
report is untrue. Thern was no danger of a "free fight"; Lomen and
Schneide: were not "roughly han .-
led"; the New Westminster refer.e
did not admit that substitutions could
be made; they did not have to "rush
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      for their dressing room  to get away
/ from  the  crowd";   no  persons  thr.w
GOVERNMENT  HAS   NO   RECORD .. ,.  ..        '
missiles at the Nome ladies;   nor did
OF   NOVA  SCOTIA   DECISION the genUemen from Xome or any other  place  rally    around the  ladies  to
Ottawa,  Dec.   ll.���Sir Wilfrid  L.ni- protect them, because it was not aec-
rier, answering R. G. Macphersan, In essary.
the  House today, said  that  the  gov- As for the score, the News report
ernnuni had no record ol tlie decisi n er compared  notes   with   the   official
Of the suit'me court of Nova Scotia scorer, a member of the Nome team,
deciding  it  was  not  an    offence  f.r and   found  that  both  records  tallied
Chinamen  to enter Canada, and that exactly.   The correct score was 15 tn
prolonged   indefinitely,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Loudon.     Dec.   11.���A     letter    was
gle weavers in the employ of tin Met- I posted today addressed to Hon. dames
ealf  Shingle Company's    mill  at   this Bryce,   British Ambassador  in  Wash- ' the   most   the   government   could   do   8 in favor of New Westminster   an-.
place, went on strike this morning on mgton,  requesting    bis    presence    In  was to sue them for the head tax of   not 2���0 in favor of Nome     The fact
account of the    reduction    In wages, London,    lt is expected that he   will   $500.   Until such time as the govern-; that there was absolutely no Samite
Reported tha, ���     ���   ,    ,     , ,     , 7 ** * -? "* ""T'    WWch ' ' '"^ "^ ^^ \m   earIy    '"    the uew ^ for a l ment nad this ���d '^ould not be   f^tZ score^ and    no  obiec��to��
the   ndustrial agent  ed tha. their presence is required at     The mill company notified the men ^nation    with    the    government advisable to make any statement  of Cm    New  Westminster s    s de    a
Mr  (osiello happen-  the   association   meeting  to   be   held  mor,  than a week ago of the prospect- authorities,   principally   in    reference   the intentions  of the government or    ���  tf the  worT o       he    eteree
^ in the city  yesterday, and   this     evening     in   the   Liberal   club   lve ,.���, but the loc, union at a meet- to the  relations  between  the United  amend the law making clear the  in-    hot   how   deXnedlv   fate  th    re'
rooms   when   Importanl   matters  are   lng la8|  Monday evening    decided to Stales aml ,iapan. ! tentions of parliament in passing the  port was
work for three   days    under the cut,      ], is believed that there is little like-  act In the first instance. i
awaiting  tlle    decision    of    the state Hhood  that   Bryce  will   return  to  thei 	
council.   President Brown, of Ballard, Washington   post.    In  case  he  does
i�� in  Kciso today.    The company has not|  his successor will  be Sir  Henr\   HOUS XO IV   ASPIRES   TO
rilic rnilPCDT  8en<   '  Tacoma   tor   a crew of non- Howard, present minister to the Neth-
WILL 111 Vt  LUNLLKI   unlon men and exPects to reoommenc< erlands, stationed ai The Hague.      J
operations as soon av tbey arrive. \tl explanation of this action by the
The reduction In wages affects all authorities, it is said that Ambassador
A vocal and orchestral concert.held   departments and    amounts  to from 1 Bryce never contemplated a long resi-
under the auspices of the matrlcula-  cent to !'������.  cents per thousand shin- tience In  Washington, and   named a
will be given tomor-  B'es handled, meaning a diffi renci ol year as the possible limit of bis ser-
from 75 cents to $l on a day's labor. vjoe,   xhe British authorities, for ob
:   company with K- .1. Crean.
-  the official  personally
Mbd si    red  whal  was practical-
I'A  1
|
thai   the  siding   would
'������   the suggestion ol
ommlttee consisting
E .1. Crean an I i'. B.
I :>e go ti) Vancou-
- aln  Interview   Mr,
'     official*   of   ihe
��� objeel  of having -,%
���  ai   Mr.   Flummei
��� ���     as al  thai of
tu be  up  for discussion.
MATRICULATION CLASS
PRINCE RUPERT MAYORALTY
shot
:roit Wc
'  were;  VV*.  K. Qilley,
'  inningham, ES, Qou-
I. Lyle, M, w. Miu-
��� .   A     I-i.   White,   sec-
>"A\  AND   SUICIDED.
linn  class of '0B	
row evening ai the Columbian college. The program will be very complete, and an enjoyable evening is
promised all who attend. Among the
numbers will be George ll. Grant, In
a reading entitled, "Gone With a
Handsomer .Man"; Godard's mazurka,
a piano solo, by Miss Grlndley; a v,>
eai quartette, "Where Are You Go-
ing.   My   Pretty   Maid,"     reader-.1   by
Jt was regarded as a foregone cm-
elusion that John Houston, editor o'
the Empire, published at Prince Ru-
vious reasons, are extremely anxious pert, would soon take an active pari
to maintain good relations with the in politics in Northern British Columbia. Mr, Houston served many
terms as mayor of Nelson and afso re-
It Is a sad fact that the Vancouver
newspapers are always too ready to
print anything of a defamatory nature
about New Westminster, especially
when athletics are the subjects. Any
"mucker' can get his odium in thc
Vancouver prints so long as it is aimed against the athletes of this city.
LIGHTSHIP   MAY   BE
DARK   AND   ADRIFT
Mrdci
"man's Crime    Growing Out   Misses  Howell and   l.uiiel anel   Messr_.^^    i_���_^���^i_^i_�����^i_^i_^i_^i_^i_^i_^
��< a Love Affair. Ral SOD  an 1  McDonald;   cello solo, by | and mistook tho lights lA the fog. The j ..lected   at   ^
i!    Tl ttempted   Mr.  Greenhalgh;     piano solo
:'    '   V Attrldge, and sub-   Water Lily," by Howard DeBeck; vio-
���':   the   woman   who  lln  ��� -.". Schubert's "Ave  Maria." by
'.,:i es ii. Griffith, In   Mr,   mi itii;    reading,  by George  H.
'. ��        i-vurlous   nimrtnientB In  Grant,   "The   Debating   Society";   an-
��� ���	
��� -e',,     possesses   ll   pecu-    nraer    mic.ii   ,|ee,�����vi��,   ���	
the   Peplai
Iroquois Ashore in Fog.
Bellingham,   Wn..    Dec.    11��� Ths I United States of America and Japan,
steamer Iroquois ran into a mud bank   .,������, n- Bryce Bhouid illsisl ������ retlrlna
on   l.utiily   island  last   night  en  route   they   will  send  a   man  of  wile  diplO-
from   Vancouver  to Senile,    getting   ]1K���j(, experience to handle the diffi-   presented  that city In the provincial
offal  high tide this afternoon,   She j cuit    ai���,   delicate   situation
landed her passengers here today anl   might   possibly   arise.
returned io Vancouver.   The steamer ,	
was  several   miles  out   of her  course       offleen  f<ji.  ^   -^^  y.ar  w.vo
meeting    of Hos.- of
Columbian   lodge.   No.   115,   Sons    of
Steamboat captains plying between
Vancouver and Seattle report that
they have not setn the lightship at
the mouth of the Fraser river for two
days and that she has probably drifted   from   moorings     up   the   channel.
a| passengers  proceeded    te)  Seattle
train.
The Iroquois arrived in Vancouver
earl> yesterday afternoon and was nol
damaged   by  the grounding.
which   legislature.       His  newspaper   is   now   T]le buoy opposite the llghtshlp.acroBS
devoting most of its space to giving   the estuary, has been a mile or m, re
advice  tei   iho  Ottawa    and   Victoria   out of place  Tor the  past  ten days.
governments.
A recent arrival from Prince Rupert
stated that Mr. Houston had already
intimated to friends his intention . f
running for the mayoralty ai soon as
the town shall have been incorporat-
i <-,
-I'h,
Cuckoo   Sings   in
t  li
Smith
Attrldge   was  himself' a,,,)   a   piano duet    by   Messrs.
"ring   from    Highgate,  and   DeBeck, "Lustsplel."
Dr ..." '��� where he  was born.      There are thirty-one   matriculates
dee e-   ... ________I_______________________________________L....._.
,     ted fr,
: in 1893
'nan,,
lV��, where he   was   born,       There  arc
::"  years    old,    and In   the   class  of  '08,  an
'���  Detroit College of tendance is anticipated
h   G) ' Not   only was he tor 1908 is conposed of the following
��vPr  ' Physician,    bill    her      Misses Benson, cros.
WeH. and for this cause Qrif-| Hall,   C.  Hall, Johnston. Kenny
fit!
The   class
following:
Grlndley,  l.
Mc-
vife   some    months ago. j Bride, McKay, Oliver. Shaw. Watson;
��� ���,...,
r"f��h i,
began
^^^^^_    between   Messrs.  Barraclough.  Hells, lieveroau,
��K pre ",|'-   when Dr. Att-   Fuller, Jones, Latimer, Lane, McCm-
:,',,     '    n course of travel for dv,  McKenzie, Multit, Pearson, Proa-
ft lu,,,;",     '     along to look after ty, Robson, Smith. Stapleford, Teagtie,
'' :,;i|  'Wing the bills. Watson,  A.   While, G   White,
England, yesterday evening, when arrangements   were  also made for  the
holding of an open social evening i.i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the   lodge lieailquariors  on   the  thi I
Wednesday in January. The officers
A number of inquiries have been elected were. Past president, B. L.
made as to whether or not hunters Webber; president, R, Oddy; vice-
are allowed to go out after deer next president, George Bowell; secretary,
Sunday. The game law expressly H. Disney; chaplain, G, Simpson:
states lhal it Is unlawful to shoot deer   treasurer,   P.   B.   Brown;     executive
on  the   lath,   so  anyone so  offending   committee,  Messrs.  Saunders,  Purvis,;,;. x, R. |>:ljd New Westminster a vis
it vest, rday and inspected the local
facilities. The party included M. J.
Oostello, western traffic manager:   A.
The lightship was conspicuous and
plainly seen at all times, day or night,
but it was stated that the vessel was
nowhere to be seen since Saturday.
The attention of the marine department should le called to the a'.sence
ed.    Mr. Houston is said to enterta'n
'even greater political aspirations,  re-
garing the mayoralty   position as a
stepping-stone to a higher oflice.
Several   prominent   officials   of   the
Of the lightship and the buoy being
out of place, for the reason that instead of being aids to navigation they
j are probably a danger, lt is quite likely that the lightship is adrift and Jn
! the path of steamers, with her lights
out-
will be liable to prosecution.   The sea- j Mercer,  Cherry,  Whyman,  and  Pat
Bon  closes mi   midnight on  Saturday | terson;   inside  guard, F.  w. Muttit;
next.
^^^^^^B outside guard,  T.   S.   Oddy;   surgeon,
"~" Dr.   R.   Eden   Walker;     atidito:s,    F.
A ploughing match is to take place Broad, F. E. Johnstone, and G. J. Woi-
on John Gilchrist's farm. Crescent fendon; trustees, li. T. Kirk. F. Jack-
Island, on Friday of next week. The son, G. Simpson; delegate to the si;-
Delta farmers Intend making this an ; preme  grand lodge   me. ting,   H.   Di -
Burnt  to   Death.
Vancouver,     Dec.     11.���Mrs.   Mary
  Mc Dona id   was  burned  I  dtat'i   in  I
Gray, assistant general  freight aaent. \ fire which destroyed her home at 1522
annual   event.
ney.
Seattle; W.H. Somers, general freight
agent at Bellingham; and Freel Graham, travelling freight agent. They
Will return south from Vancouver today.
Westminster avenue early last night.
Her hus'<and. Coll McDonald, wai
found in a drunken condition at th'.'
rear of the house and was plac.d under arrest..
"*w-mm>,fj*wn\mmi nifmujuimii-
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-1
PAGE   TWO
TTTE DAILY NEWS.
THUR;DV>
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11
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>
Condensed
Advertisements
FOUND���STRING      if      SHE
.  pearl Im ip-
pl>   The  News.
FOR  SALE���PIANO,    PRACTTCAEr
ew; east;
musl   -���.!.    Address M.  C. M . Ne* -
i '
Fl IR   S VLB���2     STORIED  H< ��U8 '
��� orner lot, Carnarvon st
T< n r< tth, furnace, st<mi
dui' a.   Price $5,500.   Apply v.. P. 0.
li )\ 69 :
FOt"ND���OLD BRINDLE COW, l?
not e.iled for in two weeks, will
sell to defray expenses. A- Miackvay
Burnaby Lake.
FOR  SALE���i INK FUNK  A-  WAG-
nalls Standard Dictionary   Subscription edition. Apply, Daily N- wa
SEEKING TO DESTROY
VICIOUS REGIME
if Wj3 r���  _rr .   T^eW-
Portugese Agitators Gradually Settle Down���Opposition Remains Quiet.
m
V-
#HS^
GOOD JAPANESE WOMAN
wants situation to do cooking
and housework and washing. Applj
Japanese  House,  p 0.  Box  n I,  New
W ��� - minster.
H
MKI
; I'll IKONS
FOR SALE
AP
ply
P.
0.  Box
2 ���',.  New
Wi st-
:i .:.
ei
JAPANESE      BOY      ATTENDING
school wants work with good family  in  -��� ��� irn  for  room    and   board,
Applj Box "ie. city.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework for mon tli, or
washing clothes by the day. Apply to
s. Matsumura, P. 0. Box 296, city.
POSITION  WANTED    AS  WORK-
ing    housekeeper;    go d    cook.
Apply at News oflice.
LOST���GREENISH COLORED   overcoat, on   Saturday  night.    Reward.    Kinder rei urn to Central hotel.
To RENT���ONE FURNISHED BE il-
room,  near  Library.    Apply  :s7
Victoria  street.
WANTED���YOUNG LADY, JUST
left school preferred, to take
care of office. Apply D. C. Daily
News office.
ry-NTKD���YOUNG MAN WANTS
' ' a room containing a Stove or
grate, in private residence; vicinity
of Sixth street and Royal avenue preferred.    Leave replies at News offlc-.
TTTANTED���POSITION    AS    FIRE-
�� "    man or warehouseman in west.
Addn Ss 4he N'ews.
Dec.   11     ' nco
��� termination   to
��� with tne "   ������'������'       and
��� ssed   a  oon vie tion  tire-
country will remain quiet and that the
government's program  will triumph.
!!������ aaid: "We're Beeking to destroy
a vicious regime whi rei ;��� theoi I M in-
archlal   artiea reduced parliament to
sti: iiir>   an !  debauche 1   the administration.    My purpose is to end these
abuses and restore a Bound system of
administration and  finance an.l achieve
a truly representative Bystem, and in
short  regenerate the  countrj     politi
caily.    Whenever th,- old parties are
readj to  igree to discard selfish aims
and devote themselves to the business
of the countrj. the eli ctl ea -  -.>. Ill  be
;   .: lefore.
Premier Franco pn d cts thai a
meeting ol the opposition leaders next
Sunday will be barren il results aa
prei i'i is e (Toi ts, and that dis-
coui age : ij ; heir non sue ��� ��� ��� i hey
will j Iel I perha] s soon, r I i. ���    ixpect-
PLANS  A   "JIM   CROW"  CITY
w
News.
A.NTED���POSITION  AS   PRESS
man  or  helper.      Address  The
West Virginia to Not Allow Whites
to  Live  in  it.      ���'
West Virginia i.s to make an experiment in a jim crow citj-. This city has
been laid out near Charleston, tinea;,ital of the state, nnd it Is expected
that within a year it will contain a
population of sever,.1 thousand.
Thi.- population will be colon d. No
white person will be permitt <l ti reside within its limits nor to own property therein. In the midst of this little
Africa is situated the state colored
high school. Educational facilities will
be ample and there will be electric
light i, .--w. rs and a park.
The city will be governed, of cou - .
by the negro inhabitants, and the di*
patch to the Sun says the whole state
will watch with interest the progress
of the experiment as testing th ��� capacity of the negro for self-government.
It is to be ho]>ed that the plan vill
succeed, and that the negro-s wil!
prove themselves equal to the occasion. Such a success might hei;, to
solve the "race problem" In futur -
years.���Baltimore Sun.
mm * -
'f>c �� ���m . ��K.
"v. r"*"S
Scene from  "Why Girls Leave  Home"
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ann
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tirpo Tables, etc., address
GEO.   W. VA'jX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, III. '
Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion     Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
NOTICE
Canadian Pacific R
Crit
ailinr,
ay |
"��h Columbia ra,��
Bervlc.      StLI"��
..
0. C Coa.1  .
-.KAGWAY. JUNE
PRINCE fi_
S.S    P
Li ave    . #
Nov. 13; Li .
Nov. 26; I.. -.
Dec. 9; L. \
Dec. 26; Lv. \ |
Jan. 9;
Jan. 25;
Feb. 9;
Feb   24:
.
Pi
CT/1 ANTED���POSITION  AS   SALES-
'���      lady,  or  as  nurse   for  Invalid.
Apply at this office for address.
WA,\TJJS9���A NUMBER OF ilRST
class laborers.    Apply to Qui?
ley, near Small & Bucklin's.
tS        ADVERTISE        Sl
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
If  You've  FOUND  Anything.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon : oute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON    and
FAIRBANKS.     Daily  trains   (except
; Sunday)    carrying    passengers,    mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
���itages a'. Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
Loi information apply to
J    Fi.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Managei
Vancouver,   f.    '
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
I
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
TH. 113. Office   Eighth Street
NFW    WFCSTMIN8TER.    ���     C.
IX THE MATTER of  th    R i   -
Acl and In the matter of the V
Terminal   Railway    .and   Ferrj   Company and the Vancouver, Victoria ani
Eastern Railway and Narigai   n Com
panj.
NOTICE ts here ij -'������ a th r m
agn ement baa been ma li tween
the above named Companies providing for the sale by the Victoria Terminal Railway and Fen.. C in pany of
the "third section of the und- r -i
of such Company an-i also of all tha-
line of railway existing from a  pglut
Ion the line of the said "third .--ction
of tiie undertaking" near Mud Hay. In
' a gi neral  south-easti rly  direction  t
i     int on the International    mnda
line at Blaine, and all lands,  prlvil-
easements, fixture . goods, real
and persona] property used or enjoy-
. or intended for the use and enjoy-
mi i ' of the said lines of railway or
either of them to the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern  Hai -.vay  anl Navi-
m Company:
AND  NOTICE    IS   ALSO     HERE
BY     further      .given    that    a   du-
of     a u h      agrei meni     h . -
- i -. filed in the office of the Pr,. -.
i i.,.1 Secretary and that an application
be made  for   the assent  o    the
Lii ttenant-Governor-in-Councll to the
said agreement thirty days after t e
first publication hereof in th
Columbia Gazette.
Dated  this   lf'th  day of  NovetRner
1907.
JAMES JEFFREY,
Si' retary   Victoria  Terminal   ila.:
way   and  Ferry  Company.
A. H. MacNEILL,
Secretary of   the Vancouver, Victoria  and   Eastern   -Railway    and
Navigation  Oonpanv.
:i;  ,|:ie,
lull,]
R0UTE.I
ce.
Lv. V
Li v
Li VI
Lv. VI
VANCOUVER~V|CTOR|._ ..,
SS    Pnncess   V,ctoria       "
Leaves  Vacouvi
arrives at Victo
Leaves Vlctorl i
rives Vani ouvei  -
VICTORIA- SEATTLE
S.S. Princess B it
Leai es Vi< toria .
cepl Mondaj
in   dailj excep   '
Leaves Seattl.
cept  Mond i -
daily excepl  T li
VICTORIA      NEW      WE
ROUTE
Steamer   R    p    ,
Ti�� Victo
7 a.m.
From   V
7 am
WEST   COAST   R      PE
S S   Tees
Leaves Victoi.
-^Ml'.SfJ
tr
ADVERTISE           t
��� IN ���
THE
DAILY       NEWS
If Y
01
've LOST Anything.
WANTED���BY      YOUNG     LADY,
room and board, convenient !o|
post office.   Apply K.. Box 693.
,��� ��������� ���   ���    ��� i
WANTED���POSITION AS HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good experience; best of references. Apply
G., P. O. Box R93.
YDUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS
situation as house boy; honest
and intelligent; speaks good English.
Address    0.  NISHI,    P.  O.  Box   414,
New Westminster.
______________________^^_______������*���_��
DR HATHERLY, Optician and doe-
tor of Ophthalmolgy. Cures
Nervous and Chronic Headaches by
gagV-kilifully pr. scribe.] glasses.
W^ Parlors on Sixth St.. Murchie
block, N,-w Westminst r,
(NOTICE.
���\ E HEREBY K ll .b\ THE PUB-
lie ' ' after tbi late ill orders for
wool will bai ��� i e aci om] anled by
CASH.
(Signed!    BELYEA  & CO.
LOUIS WILLIAMS,
WILBER   SMI.TH.
December 3,  1907.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Ceo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up.
Gentlemen s Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.,50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.     All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairiug; tiiarges rr-aaon-
able. I
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted tram.    Low- Hates.
j  . k Time. Excelli nl Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANii ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale    tu all
E iropean .polnl
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Tri,
Rates to  Southern California.
For bb.i Information call on or write  '
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St, Vancouver, B. C.
A. I). CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER!
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
tight Tra'ns Every-  Day in the  Yen l
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
HIE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and best ideas
for    COMFORT,    CONVENIENCE
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with
both   electricity   and   gas;,  the   most   of each month I  ��� |
brilliantly   illuminated   train    in    thc   to Harbor and ,-��� 1
world.      The   equipment   consists   of   month   for  Quata
private   compartment   cars,   standard   ���,,.,,,,,. ,.,,.., ,,   . .
16   sectmn   sleepers,   luxurious   dining   ..,      ... ���
, 4. ��� , -      ,    s:"��. l aP0 Scot    , . :
.ax. reclining chair cars  (seats  ireel,
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li VANCOUVEK-NANAlMo RCUTeJ
brarv  and  smoking cars. S. S. Joan
For Time Tables, Folders, or any Leaves   Vancoin
Further information call on or write except Sundaj
F. W. PARKER, leavea    i: '     '
GEN ERA l. AGENT,      '  a   "'-
,     ,,. UPPER   FRASER   RIVER ROUTeI
7-to Second Avenue. Seattle. v\ nr _   _   ���
S. S. Beav-r
Leaves   New   Wesl ���  ���.
Mondays,  Wednes .
Leaves  Chilli* IC     7 j
Thursday   an I   S it railing
landings   between   New   v-       .J
and Cbilliw n
CP ::. .
Ramona���
From N. \\   Tu.,     '     Sat. .
From Cbwk, Sun., \\ ed., Frl
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER  F.e.Tlj
S. S. Transfe-.
Leaves   Ne��   \v,-
cept S in laj   it 2 \
: rip Monday al 5   ,
I_eaves dte< tston Mon la; el
V\ ednesday,  Tl ursda -      1
at 7 a. in.;   Fr, i ,     I i iltkWl
trip Saturday '.. p, in
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
From Victoria !l p.m   lsl and i-''l|
from    Vanconver   af    3   p, m.. 2:
and   IGth   of  each   mourh, calling
Skldesate on flrst trip and BeU Cool^
on second trip.
RIVERS  INLET. VAN  ANDA, LUNOf
ETC.
S. S. Queen City
From Victoria S p. m. everj T'i.'-da.|
from Vancouver 9 .i   m, every W��
nesday.      Returning arrives a: Vm-J
couver Sunday afternoon; at Vlctorl
Monday   morning.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO NANAlM0-|
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 1 a:i:   'I
. rives Nanalmo 4 p.m
Leaves Nanalmo Satu  la   -' P
| arrives  Victoria 9  I1   '-'���'.
For   reserratlons   are:   lnforniatlM|
call or address
r.;n   GOULET,
A*om, f.'ew Vi estmlnBtei
_   i   COYLE
mat, (Jen. Fuss  A :���������<���'. Vanci
J. Vi    TR "UP.
Upiioral SuueHntenriei t, Victor*
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of New   Westminster uud dist-n-t
On Sale at-
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon s   Cigar   Divan
tv Ad ,-ertisp the town we live i.i iy
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr
friends.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWB
Trains & Steamers
C P.H.  MAIN   LINI
Leave New Westmin ti    i '
IS: 15,   IT:'.'",   In: 10,
Arrive    New     Westt
12:46, 16:30,  18:25, 19
-
Overland
leaves   15:11
express    ������
12:1-',
GREAT NORTHERN K-\
LWAV.
le -t I
Lv. N. W. 9.2(1 n.m.; nr. San
Lv. N. w. 4.35 p.m.: ar. Seati>�� >-������
'v.,  W.  &  Y.-VANCO!'VKH
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. ^
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 P-
O. N. R.-PORT 0D10H0W.
Leave New WeBtminster
arrive Guichon 6 [> m
Leave Guichon ti n  O
New Westminster 8:30 a. mm,.
Mondays, Wednesdays andJ>
B. C. ELECTRIC-VANOO^J,,
Lv. New Westminster 5-50. '
and 8 a. n... and every half hour ��������
after till 11 p. m.
Lt. Vancouver tor Wes
fame heurs.
.rrive^l
. ^^^f:?1;^\'>*4y*afM'$$���%��&
fe,_Pfl"fnif*"~:r-i'i ___j__\n ������ "1������
tmioBte''
ADVERTISE IN THE
���-���*���-*(,     ._.,| DEC.   12.   1907
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
WHEN SEEKING
ristmas   Gifts
fTjiXT'SK:.
HORDES OF EMIGRANTS
RETURN TO GERMANY
CALL A T
ftlx-b^*^
PE,F^FE.CTION
COCOA
j Berlin Faces Serious Unemployed    Problem-��� Food
(Mopie L*af ��� i    Reaches Famine Prices.
Label)
;;st TO
[emmd You
A. J. BIRTCH
fi
ouse
275 Colombia Street |
IS MADE OT CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST A5D BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
������������������������������������������������������������������������������: ���������?����������������������������������������������������������������
Berlin,  Dec.  lI.     '        .   some al
a: :n lest ii,'   ru ��� ' returning emi
grants without m< .��� ��� will critically
glut the alreadj overcrowd d labor
market in Germany.    It has been un-
'E have our new
^n:;,::fX;.XMAS presents!!
i   ofBclall.   suggested  that ivern-
ment Imitate ethe American plan of
excluding undesirables. Labor organizations are greatly troubled over
\FOR SALE.	
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will   fl*** "n,^'<ri "f an inMllx at a 0mfi
T   when  th<- question  of employment L
deliver to any part of the city. ��� acutely difficult,   commodities, even
laisins
Valenc a, Sultana, Blue
Ribbon, Rex and   Table
Ra   n .
Juts
Of   ;. .  kinds.    Shelled
nd almonds.
��ccls
Tn:. and lemon
. by Ods).
Ixtracts
kinds	
2 for  25c
"omatoes
2 for 25c
fe have just received
icarlcad of Flour, Feed
|nd : Get Prices
A Dinner Set makes a nice and useful present.
We have a nice selection at $8, $13, $16.50 and $20
Jardineres from 20c up to $5.
China and Glassware of all kinds.
Our Grocery Department is well stocked with
Xmas goods.
adams&Tdeans
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
��� >�����*;��������������������*������**��� ������������**��. �����������4��*6��4
:
���������������������
���������� ���^���������������������������������������������������������������44 ���������������
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery ���
I The Mark of Esteem I
���
at Yule-tide      *
the   barest  necessity is,   are  rising  to
almost famine prices.
It   was  stated  at  a   meeting ot the
municipal   council   of    Sehoenierg. a
suburb  ni'   Berlin, tonight,that   there
were  30,000  skilled  and    36,000     un
��� ���| skilled workmen idle in Berlin alone.
��� e.\   proportionate  number are  idl<-  in
other  Industrial   centres   and  in   the
farming  regions.
���|     Similar conditions   prevail   in   Austria,  to  which  country  more  Ameri-
��� c.an   emigrants   have    n turned   In   a
j fortnight  than departed.,,
New Wellington and Blacksmith's
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
'Phone   105.
I*. O. Box   345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER I
���   i'i  f,e:_-e-i  the fellow who sits nexl u    at    the   office.   &
���'.-   Indication of your esteem at  Chi time will help hin
b ough the coming year.
/
���' :  s he might find use for:
A Sterling Silver or Brass Inkstand
A   Fountain   Pen.
A  Desk Lamp.
A Desk Clock.
A Leather Writing   Pad.
A Cut Glass Sponge Holder.
A Sterling Silver or Brass Blotter Holder.
:..-. other little thing for desk "-���     r   iossibly    personal jet  Iry,
have a very large assortment of ines  enslve    and   useful
gifts for gentlemen.
| THURSDAY,  DEC. 12
I
E.J.   CARPENTER
PRESENTS
For the First Time Here
A.
���
I
���
"o Clear
1
We    will   sell   all  our
1
crockeryw a r e,
able for hotels and
urants, at cost; also
Ha's   and   Caps, as
''''    ave a   large  con-
��� ment coming in the
first of   the   vear   and
MUST  MAKE ROOM.
re are
11 ng up our Xmas
goods, consisting of
Glassware, etc., to-day. j \
' ������ will be on sale
Moi [ay and we invite
pection.
Sirks & w*m*j
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers. ���
|||      GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director     |
* %    Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts. ��        Vancouver   t
JI ��� ?
l 'Why Girls
.Ltd. ILeave Home'
* *>
^$7RiFW&.ss����eigara^
Great Northern Railway
0 ie of the Most Powerful
Factors   in   the Work    of
��� National Reform. Positively
Clean,Moral and Instructive.
3 gbs.        i
Creamery Butter
for$1.       |
%s Choice Cannes per box, from
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS   ELEGANT   LIBRARY INCLUDING   125    VOLUMES    ANO
HANDSOME   CASE   WILL  BE GIVEN BY  VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IX   N'EW   WESTMINSTER   SE-
CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OP   VOTES   IN  THE   FOL-
J    LOWING   MANNER :
X        The merchants Hated below will give  wilb  tac-h 10c  cash   pur-
��� i base <me vote.
rhe contest  began  Aug,  83rd,  I9u7,    ami  v, II close   J.m. 22,r2.
*y   1908, .it 7 p. m.
* A ballol box Is placed In D. S. Curtis &    ' 's drug store, where
4   \ ot< s are to  be   li po sited.
���
At tlie cl��� ������ contesi thi   Lodge, So lety, Church or Schoo:
J   having   received   thi       rgi  I number of votes will be awarded thi
���   library.
e
ac to
<s��
_ Ajv2*
re" Silverware  Coupons With
,   Each Purchase
Fr^ Delivery to All Parts
of  the City
<��
o
o
���
���
I
*>
!     *>
t
Currenl   ai nts   ��bi n   promj I      aid    re entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can        securi      y trading  with the linn. list-
ei below,
Ubrarj n ��� chibit; m ,r   '.\ .'   i'i-''.:.-   ���   -���������������
I). S. Curtis  will count tbe voti S.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
���   (under new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
Me 4 Son's. | -
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing
1>.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West   End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.   CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &   CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate    Cor
fections,    Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H. Thompson, Prop.
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 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.
Prices    $1, 75c, 50c and 25c
0PERA3H0IJSE
WEBNESDAUEC. 18. '07
STETSON'S
ORIGINAL   BIO   DOT BLK
Uncle Tom's
Cabin
!     THE BAHNT.M  OF TflEM ALL
More Grand Novelties Than Ever
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Phone  194.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General  Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash.
Two Brass Bands and Orchestra.
Two  Funny  Marks.
Two Mischievous Topsies.
Gorgeous   Scenery    wiih    Beau,iful
Electrical  Effects.
Grand   Vision   and   Transformation
Scenes.
Genuine Southern  Cake Walkers.
Buck  and Wing Dancers.
         Male and Female Quartette.
_,       _ r   r< il ��� A ft /     ftv I       m-���w Chariots drawn by Handsome Sh.-t-
The Best of Lverything W. r*4. Draper land pomes
^��� Col.  Sawyer's Pack Siberian  Blood
B.  C.  Land 'Hounds.
Good to Eat
���I IIII Mill III ������ *����...., _r��t/_n_H	
Af grNNV'Q C  f V H3!ch for fhe B|9 ^efit Parade
At    JVHiIiaN I   ��J    Vx3Lr6 Ellard Block.   N?w We.tmlntter. M.C  j        Prices,    23c, 5Cc, 75c   and $1.00
Surveyor
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For Xmas Presents
Be sure you carefully examine cur Stock
We have things] rare,   beautiful and useful, many
single articles which cannot be duplicated.
A large range of lovely Books here.
J.J. MACKAY y CO.
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JUST   ARRIVED!
TOYS!       TOYS!       TOYS!
Don't  forgei   ti   I   >'e have a fall  line  of Toys,  all  new  sto'        l      b
��� ���   in   et lling  il less than eastern prices.
Oui   line of Dolls at Jl"1' and |] 50 can't be equalled.
PRICES ARE RIGHT
Every FRIDAY we have i    pei       gale of Choice Home-Made Can-
el:- t.
SATURDAY we will sell a pop .:...     rand  ::' 10c Ciiar= at 4 for 25c.
Two for a quarter at 3 for 25c.
C. A. McKILLOP,
SUCCESSOR TO  R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
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Columbian's -Balance of Trad.- Bugaboo-'.
('dining back to Vancouver, is the
Laurier governmenl I i be held res-
i onsible for agreements made b.v the
C. P. R. to evade the spirit anl intention of the treaty"
This came out ln 'evidence at the
commission, and if the Lieutenant-
Governor contracted, and. as i.s cl limed, withheld assent to the immigration act for personal ri asons. th>-n
what was Premier Mi-Bride doing to
stay there, when he constitutionally
is responsible for the act.- or the
Governor,
Hor r,s
MINUTES
Name. ..
Address
Diamond Merchant,      Columbi
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Phcr.e 310.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at thtf
office?, corner of Sixth and Front
street.-.  New   Westminster, B.  C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
.3 ->;-" 50
THURSDAY.  DEC.   12.  1907
THE   NEW   COUNCIL.
Alth   . irly a tn ml    ��������� 111 ela   e
.   council  g.ve--e place to
ih>. new ..:. I thai pi ee tically the same
aggn .it again, we   aay i e
excused      ki   make a few suggestions
bail only normal boi-s ��� sense tie
would know that by such argument
he is only nailing his own political
coffin.
In the first place, do< a ht mean to
say thai Laurier is so ali powerful
that he controls the world's finances
and the markets to wnich we look
he sale ol our product -. and loes
he not know ihat until th un 'esl
i ommenc d south of the I oundary,
thai it was impossl !��� to gel abor of
any kind and thai i: tii,' Orienl tl labor now unemployed was represented
bj whites, there wo ild have been a
1 trger number of whites appealing for
work now, and is he aoi putting the
, oss! le levi . ... o the hands
ol Eastern people, who do not fully
erstand our position, whtn he
I oints to the j revision having to be
- BY-
Miss Helen Badgely
Entertainer and  Dramatic  Reader
AND
Miss Mae Dickinson
Guitar and  Vocal   Soloist
AND
Mr. Piercy
PRINTING
Have your prlntln :  .
town by the local mod     I
high grade printers ���
Jackson & Morrison
iAILY NEW!
L'nder
College.
th.
Elocutionist
iua i;-- a iif
Colum!ii 'ii
Market  Vendors
K trmers and other oul en resl-
ients   are Invited to visil  the latest
and   most  up-to-dal     Barbi     Slio
New Westminster
to engage the minds of the city fathers wh :i they are framing the esti- made for the white unemployed, while
mati laying ou the work for :u'z one word is heard aboul provid-
]:,ns . ing for  the  Oriental  who  is turning
.. ������,.,. ���  "''"    :- -J-"* Into othei  chann is, an-l
I- ������<-���  think  that   a   mi mber o:
. -  .i   -. ule is  self-sup orti tg
tin   ,    .:.   I   should   be  selected   w.th       ,       ..
And then  what is to be done with
fltnes:  '' --������' ""   "'��� '���������' *ople    whom   the  Conservative
:isil--     ���     Ity,  so that we  may  gel   governmental Victoria have contractor sbar<  of those who in the spring   ed with ibe Salvation  Armj   to   ,rtn .
wlll  , on ���������  : "a   ; . '  Central   Wi sl to   !:��� re?
permanentlj   take   up  their  residence
honday, mmm is
In College    Gymnasium
Admission      ...        -      50 Cents
Asiatic
Exclusion  League
OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Get Established
home uow thai will net a profit of $500 or $i
such a proposition,    New House on Fifth .,,
ern.    T�� i  lots  - ach 66x132 feet.   You can   ell   i .
All we   .-:. Is $2700 for this pro
. r -
lnl i it.
DOMINION TRUST
TKOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSUR VNQ.
Ilie Hub lonsorial Parlor
J. R. Coon. Prop.
A handsome wash   >wl   fltte    with
he,- and cold water, his been ins
ed'on the premises, and the    ublic is
invited  to make use ol mv nl
No  charge   ma I
TEACHER WANTED
���un
XMAS
Dressing
<>n tb- > ast, and this City of Homes
���has advantages to offer to such that
are nol enjoyed by our Bister cities
���'��� th Dominion, aad it is unfair that
we sh . il I only gel the few that hit, r
throug      ������   ��� .:.   in  the  natural  order
md
w is  short,;
asso< iation \
had  I.) rise to the occasion and  pr -
vi !>'  homes  for their artisans;    but ���
.aurler take or get   tny i n lit for!
What becomes r> the
It is the Oriental In Vancouver
thing else In Toroni ..
When Laurier took hold In IS96, th i
whpl    countrj  .. id been depress* 1 for
��� irs,   and   from   then   for I id   years
eril     grew    to s ich  aa extent
that   in   Toronto,    as   elsewhere   th ���
-���      '   Hould get the majority,  dwelling    accommodation
anel co ild -. I them if they knew s .me-  and    the    Manufactun rs
ibin.-; of our city.
Then we think the next matter-of
importance is that of a thorough sanitary overhauling from end to end��� the prosperit
we n., in a systematic cleaning up all =
over the city- and to d > this, Mr.
Peara should be relieved of th ��� collection of licenses and devote his
whole time to this mos; important
work: an-l while on this department,
,'t' think a continuance of i'he sewer-
tge System should be compulsory
wherever it ij deemed necessary, and
that ii should be carried out in the
most effective circuits, and at the
least poesslhle cost for good, permanent work.
Thin we think Columbia street from
the C. P. R. station to the Catholic
cathedral should be cement paved by
competent workmen under an efficient foreman, who thoroughly under
standi cement  work.
Another matter that needs tne attention of the board of works Is the-,
avenues into the city from the city
boundaries Inwards, so that we may
gat our full quota of trade from th ���
rural districts (the municipality of!
Richmond, for instance).
What ihe board of works has done
in   permanent  street   work,  has  been j
don,- well and a continuance of per-j
manent works Is what Is needed, ani
then  should be no outcry aboul short-;
age ol  labor for several months.
It  would ' e well wlien   i job is fin-;
ed for thi   de -     to be rmme liate
.. :.  an '   in  the  < I aning of
iralns   the  boulevard  put
.-, . I kepi al the expense of the
li oi      h luld aoi be cov
. r   :   ���       the r<
Evi      ..     whetl      ;-   ��� -.,. . :n  lo;   of
e   ��� end   ivor to
he    i ������     clean  and  trim.
���   to  lo ei. In ruclng h nu ���
eeker    to      ttle    lere.
His worship the ma; or an i the
council as represenl ng the city
snould en !��� avor to ge the gove n
menl  to remove the bridge tolls.
It would help New Westminster
v, r., much and the city mighl even
offer the small balance over the cosl
Of  collection.
A General Meeting
will be held
Monday Evening, Dec. 16
o'clock
IN ���
EAGLE'S HALL
Important   business.
All interested ar.. Invited ro attend,
T. TURNBULL,  Presldenl
.!.  D.  TAYLOR, Seen tary.
\   .:a al Ions    for    th      ositlon of
>   South  I      n el   n
will be received bj  thi   M     e  Rldg
Si   ool  Hoard  up to Januar    1    1908
S    iry, fiftj  doll irs   _$5i     p
K.   W.   BECKETT,
Secretary  S ho     B  ird
H ��� ���- . Dec. 9, 1907
-     LN
THE        DAILY        NEWS
If   Vol'  Need   An
ADVERTia :
ALL    PRICES
Eyes Tested Free.
We do not think the minister of fi-
nance, with his large surplus, would
accept such a small sum; however,
It might be offered, so thai no excuses could be made to the small but
vexatious toll.
There are some other matters���
such as industries needed, etc.. etc
���we Will touch on these in a future
issue.
Will be continued all
THIS WEEK
Bargains for Everybody
Every Shoe in the Store Reduced
in Price
Men's $5.50 Boots for - - $3.50
Ladies' $4.50 Boots for - - $3.50
Boy's $2.25 Boots for - - $1.50
Girls' $2.00 School Boots for $1.50
Now is the Time to Save Money on Shoes
 THE   PLACE	
XMAS IS COMING!
GLADDEN' YOUR YOUNGSTERS' HEARTS
By  Ordering
A  Christmas  Tree
From
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
We wiVl deliver  tl your bouse specially selected Christmas   treesiril
good bushy topes, from 50c upwards, according to size    Ring up AJ52
or phene your order to the office of I-'. J. Han A_ Ca, Ltd.,   b a -
the 19th, and delivery will in- promptly made on the 23rd ln3t
P. S.���Special rates to Sunday .Schools and Charitable Institutions
The fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
Phonfs:   A352;   109; 88.
W. S. CURTIS. Manager
! Not from
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to .settle
this cheap labor question
Just   have your garments,
with the Union   Label
attached,  made hy   :   :
J. N. aitchisc >N
Columbia St.       New Westroi   ter
English and American adi'ard TH
bles. Bowling Alleys, etc. N;w a^
second - hand   tables  and  suppi.es ,��'
Btock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
lone  A2698. P.  0   Box
Bowling Alley,   P
VANCOUVER
\ ��� ���:���   i ir   M I  '''
,, Toroni -1
HAY andllOTiiY
I have choice upland prairie Hay
and Timothy, also Oats, Wheat and
Peed to offer in car lots.
Delivered    prlceB given on request
casa��
IvEii
THE   UNEMPLOYED.
The Columbian drivels again and
makes the Laurier governmenl responsible for the lack or employment j
in   Vancouver.
If the man  why  wrote such  drive
JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe House, Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Shoe
Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
D. C. HOFFMAN,
CALGARY
I   Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKE!
PHONE B 284
IA meeting of the Liberal!
Association will be held01!
THURSDAV, DEC 12,1
at the Liberal Club Boon*
AT S P.M.
Ail Liberals in the M
are cordially invited to attend.
J. W. McDonald,
President'
W. J. Cunningham,
Secretary-
Choice  Meats  and Chickens always
on hand.
Corner Eighth si., wad   Fifth Aven
no      THE      DAIL
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AV, DEC-
12.  1907
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
/   page rare
The Cash Stores
ubstantial
ing on Fancy
[mens
;��� from the usual course of clearing out all
surplus stocks during our January Sale we have
; -ive you the benefit of the reduction on
[gil Tab     loths and Fancy Linens now.   -his: when
j  . will appreciate a little XmasGiftof
jl ��� ��� and  the outlay will be one-quarter or
jone-thiril less than if you  made your selection later
Ion,  The price quoted here   ii    i     is a saving but
<-. ii  . : come and judge from -'irks.
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CITY NEWS
I  -���     it I owi . -. Douqueu    or fun- j
.   leslgns  telephone  T-   Davies  &
.  208 ***
e
M e is oul ���:' the ell ���  an I
will nol     turn  until this afterno in.
The   oai I ol bi hool : i tistei i assembles  tb     i .��� ai:,-;  in  the  city  hall.
ji    White  Man's Canada"
i  i il  al  Kenny's restaurant.       **
The Union Masonic lodge held their
regular meeting in the Masonic tern-
iie  lasl evening.
The iiiontfih   meeting  of  tl ���  New
Westminster Benevolent society takes
aftei aeon In the board of
trade  room.
\   carload  of  Flour and   Feed  just
ed al K i le & Sons, Fronl St **
E.  Harrison   will  stein  for Toronto
���,:' tin- C. P. H in the course
fi
_  '��� i -.������ -    ..   ��� ime  bei ween teams
the    residenl   and   day
Columbl illege i:
ifterno n,
-. ���   ���
B. ('. Cig tra for j mr
lit   Runnei   .   (5x16, regular  J1.50,  reduc I to $1.25
Runners, 72x20, regular $1.7i to      $1.23
��*__ Linen Runners, 72x21, regular $2.75, r, - ,$2.00
-    -a Linen Runners, 15x14, regular $1 50, redu i $1 oo
["raj   Cloths,   27x20, regular $1.50   reduced to....$1.00
. ������ n  Tray  Cloths   27x20, regular 75c, reduced I i  50:
Tea ci,,His   36x36,  regu       $1.75   reduc   I   to...$1.00
iwn Work Tea Cloths, 30x30, regulai $2.00, reduced to $1.50
.   Embroidered T<u Cloths.   2ii\'.',n.   \-p-n.\bi-: $1.50,   reduced
 #v............ $1-00
,,/��� tis of excellent Linen  Doylies,  Mexican Drawn   F
;-!i li. s. edges, 16c anel  l aes foi   10c and 5c;
. 25c oni-s for 20c and 15c;  85c and  75c oni b  for 60c and
lovers were    ���
���-   rdaj to   o   i I   o play
I  ������   <    iiiitlam   football   team,   in   ac-
witb    arrang   aenl      mad -
somi   da; .- ago, so    iat I      m tch had
called  off.    The tn iti b   was  to
.   ,-i       ���   ..        i e , Inster
J inci lon    l u lng   th i   aftern -   i
i wan'  a new cottaege on    a
, :���>-..  market   value?    We
  only $400 cash
Abbott    &    Hyde,
��� '' ilchon Hotel,
To   ! loderi     -   ���  n       m   r al
dose    ������!   Van' ouver  -       line.
u nite    fi    Sb li s,    Co  imbla    smet,
.000 Yards 34 and
36 in. Flannelette
Clearing at Mill Prices
~" '  iki    the   saving   possible we   bought   several     cases     for   spol
��� it find the piles too heavy   for  our  annual  stock-taking���
re'g another chance to buy what you  need  and save Mttle
"r much;   34-lnch extra soft finished  fast color stripe flannelette.
only  ,          10c
heavy  quality  strong Flannelette, perfectly free from dress-
  121 ;c
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Tii kets   ���- iffl    foi   i    leautiful
l-palnl fa i Mow   ai e  now   on
ai   Mrs    Birtch's    store,    'The
White   House,"   priced  at   twenty-five
ipleci     The pillovi  ts the work
of Mis. Thornber, whose artistic  ;,ro-
il icl Ions are wi n In N'ew West
minst* :      I be  Iraw lng w 111 take place
On   New   Vial's   Eve.
Besl  meals In the city at Kenny's.
Single  meal.-  25c;  meal  tickets $4-00;
white cooks. **
Owing in the Eagles' hall having
been previously it for Friday evening, the Asiatic Exclusion league
will be unable to hold its fortnightly
meeting on thai date, and consequently the meeting ��ill be held on Mon-
j day, A dance is to be given in the
Eagles' nail on Friday evening, the
participants being mostly Norwegians
and  Scandinavians.
Wesl   End  grocery.     Japanese oranges 65c per ixn-    Ask for Library
coupons. **
bride was supported by her sisi -
Miss Irene Eickhoff. The cerei
was private, only a few friends and
relatlvi ��� lng present. The newly
married couple left Immediately after
the (���' remony for Victoria, where
they will spend a few weeks, after
wards returning to tnis city, where
they  will  reside.
We are agents for the I. II. C. gas ������-
line i ngines. Thes.- engines are giving universal satisfaction. Abbott &
Hyde, next Guichon hotel. *
A large number of the members of
the Rose of Columbia lodge, No. 11".
Sons of England, will go over to Vancouver this evening to take part in
an entertainment and supper beln -
given by the Vancouver lodge., j,_
O'Brien's hall, Many prominent
speakers are slated to address the
meeting, and it is expected that some
interesting statements on the Immigration  question  will  be  voice"!.
The Olivet  Baptist   Bun   ������     Sil; ol
will ..ive a Christmas Canl    i < utitle I
Sh idow" on Monda    ��� vi ning,
i- c  yy-1. at elghl **'
Tbi   fifteenth  annu il  i ->..-. entlon 'if
the Northwest Fruit Growers' association, which was recently held in Van-
��� -. ���   ieen pronounce I the mosl
siici-, s ;ii ever hi Id In I he history of
socla lon.    b n official report of
: iie papers read, and the dis-
: .-  held, i.s iie) v ���  dng  pre pared,
copy of this reporl will be mailed '    any one sending their membership fa   of $1 per annum to Maxwell
Smith,   Dominion  fruit    inspector,  of
Vani ouvsr.
Columbian College is again endeavoring to give Westminster public a
!i; rar and musical tn al Next Monda rening, Dec. 16th Miss Htlen
;... - dramatic reade:. Ms- Mae
Dl in '-a vocal and guitar sol dsi, and
Mr. Piercy, elocutionist will give a rein the college gymnasium. They
have tlie highest recommenda
from the Atlantic to rhe Pacific. The
proceeds are to be devoted to the gymnasium fund. *
A. M.   Beamish, a '. ra 11   agenl   f r
the  "Are   Vou  Crazy"  musical  com i-
dy.  passed   through   the  city  yesterday.    The attracUon which he represents  is one of the  -winning musical
comedies of the season, and has been
making a  big hit all along the road,
as evidenced by the press notices carried   by   the  agent.      The  paper  car-
��ied  by   Beamish   denotes    the  high
class    character    of    the    attraction,
some of  the  posters  being  remarka-
' bly well executed.   Why such a musi-
' cai comedy should Iw hoodooed by te-
i ing tagged    with a  name like    "Are
j You   Crazy,"  could   not   he explained
by  the  advance  man-
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If you want to get a bargain.    Jost j few left in Statuary.   We hare  J
different styles and  kinds  of ''hairs on  exhibit;   no  two aiik-;   J
    60c  to   $50 00  J
MORRIS   CHAIRS
ROCKING   CHAIRS
DINING I'll URS
HALL  CHAIRS
PARLOR  CHAIRS
LIBRARY   CHAIRS
DEN'   C HAIRS
I John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium :
��� DUPONT BLOCK ���
��� TEL.   73 COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.    ���
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IN
I CROCKERY
X Xot the goods but the
��� prices.   This is the store
��� for a long choice  but a
% short  price   when   you
��� are looking   for  a sen-
��� sible Xmas gift.
j Public Supply Stores j
X Geo. Adams, Proprietor \
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[Crash! Glass!
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, [tc.
Beautifully Embroidered
Cashmere, Lustre and
Silk Waists
Worth $3.50 to $6.50
for $1.50 and $2.25
h"' on'J arrived Saturday night, so the goods are all  aew, crisp
;i,M tart.   The factory's over-makes, Btock clearing prices were
lercurrent to ns, In nce tho big saving,    All sizes 32 to 44
,v"'i represented.   The'prices are simply the lowest on record.,
,         $2.25 or $1.50
Front St. New Westminster
FDA STOCK RLPLETE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
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T. H.  SMITH
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The answer of the bovi rnment ex-,    , ..,,..
,. ,     , ..   ,.  ...   .   !    Repairs of all kinds given speeia at-
ecutive to the  request ol N-��   �����'> v tenti5n. Sewer connections mJde.
minster for a new fire-proof land reg-  Moderate charges. Phone   A 377
istry office is expected to arrive Iromj
Victoria today.   A meeting of th> ex-
ecutive   is   billed   for    this   mornftrg,
when the petition is slated for consideration.
How would a box of clear Havanas,
like tlie "Bririantes," go for Xmas.   **
Tiie  , ndow iii, nt  Jul llee  fund  committee  which   has  charge of the  .arrangements for raising a large endow
menl  for Columbian ccllege in commemoration  of    the fiftieth   anniver:
iarj of the Introduction of Metho Usm
in  the  province,    hel > a  mi etin    In
Vancouver the other night, and part
Ij   compli te I   plans    for  raising  th ���
money.     Organization  w rk wlll  in-J
pushed    forth    withoul    unavoidable i
delay.
The K. C. Cigar factory is manufact-
; urlng six different brands of cigars. *
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Quite a number of lads and young!
men turned out to the Armouries ye3-
I terday evening, when the new Mllltla
Bugle  Hand  was formally    organized.!
Thece is still room   for   several lads;
' with musical abilities, and early applications should    be made   to Hand-;
i master    Leslie.      Aspirants    for    thej
| bugles or drums    should    not be less;
i than fourteen or more than eighteen
years of age- Twenty-five members
nt least are required for 0 start.
Chamht rlin's special $16.00 Ladies'
watch, P, O Bartlett movement, in
26 year gold filled case. ***
The wedding of H. 0, Pepin, who Is'
well known locally, and connected
with the Schaake machine works, and :
Miss Sophie Klckhoff, of this city, was
consummated yesterday at St- Ami-
row's Presbyterian church. The Rev.
.1. S. Henderson officiated, while
Frank Wolf acted as best man.   TV
Will     no    doubt
appr elate at any
time  a nice pair
0 f GLASSES.
Certainly no season of the year
Is more appropriate than this tor
pre entlng her
her with a pair
/ of nice glasses.
Vo-i can take
a pair home and if they do not
suit ln-r sight, they can be exchange,!   at   any  time.
We, so most people know, are
the largest dealers in the city
of Optical Goods. You can have
Glasses at an.v price to suit.
F. W. HEATH, graduate optician, late of Ottawa, has charge of
the  department.
YES, MR. MERCHANT. YOUR
NEIGHBOR HAD A FINE PLATE
GLASS FRONT BROKEN A FEW
DAYS AGO, AND WE REPLACED
IT FOR HIM WITHOUT A CENT
OF COST. HE WAS INSURED
IN THE NEW YORK PLATE
GLASS   INSURANCE  CO.
YOUR'S MAY BE THE NEXT,
SO YOU BETTER LET US INSURE   IT   FOR   YOU.
THE COST IS LITTLE COMPARED   TO   THE   RISK.
PHONE, WRITE OR CALL FOR
RATES.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork     '.f/At,
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props
Phone 192
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CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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Manufacturers and Dealers in AU 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
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Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
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Ac Low Prices for Cash
20 pound  Pail    $2.63
10 pound Tin    $1.35
5 pound Tin 70
3  pound  Tin    40
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
^^^^   Limited ^^^^
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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WHY {.MLS LEAVI HOME
A  plaj   with   an extremely strong
] and plausible story nnd attended with
ia moral of much value is B. .1. Cai
penter's emotional  melodrama, "Why
Girls Leave Home," which will be pre-
���I    for  tho flrst    time    in   N< w
Westminster  tonight,   ai     tbe   Opi
house     The  story  has  to do with  a
charming   young   girl   who     was   led
away by an unscrupulous man by th
aid   of   wine,  merry-making   anl   the
charm of "Bohemian life."
She is nol i bad trirl ai heart, hut
is made intensely angry by un older
brother, the head of the house, wh ,
does noi understand her nature and
tries to drive where he should lead.
Her   false   friends  misrepresent   mat-
It Is Just About
15 Days to Xmas
Come early and make your  selections  while
our Stock is complete.
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LARD
LARD
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling- of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
Smoking Jackets from $4.00 to $9.00
Gowns from $6.00 to $15,00
Bath Robes $8.50 to $6.00
Ties in Fancy Boxes 65c, 90c and $1.15
Mufflers in Fancy Boxes
Braces, Garters and Armlets, all in one
Box, the set $1.00 and $1.50
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites y< a to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
I'ut your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
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Scene from  "Why Girls  Leave  Home"
ters to her brother; he loses his h ae!
nnd attacks her.    Th ��� villains chloro-
her and smuggle her Inanimate
to  a   roadhouse,  an l   represent
her  as ���!��� ad,    Thi   broi her,  wh , h -
bi en   imprisoni d,   . eliev, s   the
and   in  .   Bt  oi   ri morse   is  al oul   :
iestro ���   I ims. If,  -.-.'i n, afti i   .1  thrilling  advenl iri   al    he   01 dhouse,  th
ted Pi    I makes her escape anel
��� irs at the prison In time to 3avi
his   life.
The   play ttely  mount* ,!
.  Intei   n  ��� I by .1 casi of exi ep
tion;.lly clevi 1] le.    ���::��� serve you
-ears at  Ryall's.    Prices  $1,  75c, 50i
and   25c.
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Clarckson and  1,
ver, rooms 21
JosephMartin   1 b'^
G, McQuarrie,   H _,*"
Martin  wil  be In ,
offices even   1 ���   M
GEORGE i-:. m Mti 1-   ,7~7~-
Solicitor, GuicS'bS818"
na and  M, Kei , ..
minster. B. C. "'
The Wardrobe Clothier
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VV. MYERS GRAY, isier, Solldl
and Notary Pu ,  , , it
1891 at New Ye. ���      ,    b.C,
Bees remove i ��� . (J
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P.0   Hox 169,   Ti a     me 64.
WL.   H A X SFOH : r~~l
BoHcitor, ��� J
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BOARD   CF  TRADE
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1     rd Room
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce Transfer Co
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Coiinibia Bt
lai -   -'   de lv<_.red     pron \iiiy  ro  ��',-
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Light avA Heavy Hauling
Ot'i;<.��� Tram   Oeoct
SOCIE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
B.  B.   WALKER,  President ALEX.   LAIRD,   General   Manag
BANK    MONEY "ORDERS
sued al I be follow lng rates:
fo  end under  3 cents
Over $5 and no   exceeding $10  6 cenl
Over S10 an ! nol exceeding $30 10 cen
1 e.e     . ��� '    nd not ( .'������ e ling $50 15 c
The- are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office    in  Canada  of a
Chartered   Bank   (Yukon   excepted), and at the principal banking , dnts in
the United States,
Negotiable at a iixe.i rate at
THE CANADIAN  BANK  OP COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
They form an excellent method of remitting  small  sums of money with
Bafet;   and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   Loudon,   England,
New  York,  Chicago anel   Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A   _tn-
eral Banking Business  Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents In all  Darts of tbe
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cert, per annum (present rate) adde>l
four times a year.
Total   Assets  over  $1CS,000.000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager
Westminster iron Works
1RAL   MACHINE  AM)  H.1VIHN!
WOKK.
.SHIP SMITHING, UHlLHiB ind
81 RUCTURAL IRON     WORK
Ornamental   Iron    WorK,   WciUdlDf
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence tn
^e^eH
JOHN RfciO,
[cQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS $
FRONT  STREET. New   Westminster. Telephone 333,      5S
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1. O. O. F.���AMITY  LODGE, N'O, 2
The regular 1
are he!.I In n
Ida  Btreel   1 .-
at 8 e'e lock,     V
lly     invite!
Riehmon I, N. 1!
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O* CO ������ ������ ������ ������ ���* ������ ��� t > ������ ������ ���>* ������ ������ ������ ������ ��
% They are Perfectly Waterproof
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New  Wesrminnter. ^ ���. <7|
�� yOU TAKE NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK  BOOT."
�� For ovi r fifty years the nam     I DICK h       een a bou 1 : .'.���', woi I   v
* in tlie Old Country for Waterpn   i    Boots,     Thi 1    1 ec il    process  *
��� renders the sole leather perfi   tl;   and    permanently   Waterproof, be-  *
Bides ad ling doubly to its wearing Qualities, ���
4 These we specially recommend for the wel weather:
* Prices���Ladies,  from  $2.75 to $4.00. Youths, $2.00
��� Gents, from $3.50 to $3.00. Boys, $2.75.
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Double Screened Nut
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J.   STEWART,    Proprietor |
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Will   be   held  in  Columbian College,
commencing' on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at thc College.
W. J. SIPPRELL,
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���Meetings the f -(
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brethrei    ordial ed to tKL
Lodge room, A.. 6. U. '{
fellows'  block,  Cli       i    'reft,
B, i torrlgan,  reo B��
master workman,
ROSE OF COLUMbIA LODGE N
115. SONS OF ENGLAND. B. it
Red Rose Degree meets SecomlU
Fourth Wedni s lav    ' ;'!
In K. of P. Hall, ('.elan,1:.! St, T
8 p. m., White Rose Dejrrei ":
Wednesday In each month, sa"
time and place. Vlsltl ? Bretirt
conl tally Invited. E I \V< bei ;"���
Bldrtit, il. Disney,   ���   ���
OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I Of
���Meets the Fourth Friday lo *
month at 8 o'cleck, In - :il
hall. Oddfellows' block, Vlsltljj
brethren are cordially Invited I a_i
tend. .1. B, Rush on, C, B.; F--
Maxwell, it. S.
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Sfove-plpes
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We have opened up a consignment of goods for the
Xmas trade.
'    A few samples are in our window,  look them over,
come in, we will do the rest.
Young man, during 1907 your wants have been at-
ended to, your mother or your sister will appreciate
something in return.   We can assist you.
Per Ton Delivered
i   50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, Nc 8
A. o. F.���The rei ul        etlDS8j
this Lodge are bel I o 9
and Fourth Tuesd i j
at S p. m. In uie Oddfellowe   I |
Visiting   Brethren  n i I
vJted to attend.   E, C. Plrth,��-. ��-,���
F. P. Maxwell. Sec.
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Brethren are cordiallj Ip vlted to *
tend,    ii.  Haggman,   �� r'
Brown, Secretary.
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4 ^���^.A.W.>^...>,,MMA;WW^WWtt>>.>��vii SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISL
'-' ' ~~ "  Sl     CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Firstm
Third Tuesday of every .",
K.    of    P.  Hall.     John   M'-N|,e*l
Chief; J, J. Forroster, BM, ��
HE   ROYAL  TEMPLAH3 OF TE
PERANCE  meel   ever)   ������     '
at s o'clock  p.  in-  In Odd*   -!
Hall,   Columbia    streel     -     !
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W.   E.   TALE'S
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
f. J.  TRAPP   &   CO.
LimUed
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
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Meets   ,11   Oddfellows' Ha"
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p   in the city    Try me :my other ',;"''
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umbia sue. i, everj
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it 8 o'clock.   Visiting    ���:!��� ���,"p!'.
CH. Clow-Nfl
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Wall Papers In endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up China
Mattmg from 15c up. Linoleums from 46o UD cuI..., '
ers, the best made, $2.25 per set. C ,!,".?'aJ,urtain^h.
pnees. Iron Beds, white and tint ename S3,0 ^adesand
.mhulato.s ond Go-Carts of a��� d scHpTleni "" "*    ^
be made welcome.
CE. Osborne, P, I
retary,
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OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCI
Include the Union Lodge, N'- ������
P, and A.  M.J   King Se i"1'"":
No. 17, A.  F. and
.. kinds of Job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason- S
��� a  prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily. |#J
I have sold  the hlork and r.m still  doing business  in   the  same place v
and In the same old way. ****************'*>'*''a\rr-<rii#),, >*<
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No. 1160; L, O. U No. '-' : .
Sapperton, No. n'--- b '��� " '
K,   Couri Westmin ter,
lii-ot!ierlKK..l of Owls, Nea   .0j'q|
Beulah Rebukah U��dge, fo.J-
O. F. flSDAV.
DEC   12.   1W7
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
cQUARRIE
aj Estate Brokers Insurance Agents
Phone 333 PRONT  ST.    Phone 333 FRONT  ST.
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Financial Agents
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Synopsis
Homestead   Regulation!.
lONT
ST.
Phofit;
_jjE LOTS on BruiA
nd Distillery streets,
zed Lot on 4th St. at the
rton,   $1600;
balance terms.
a i!
16     '��� railway
;;;;'"!: :'     -n ,,i(,):ii lan,, ��� ReglnaS betwee
10   acrea under-drained
An.i  - .,-.i .. ,���, a-.. 2  ject on oi  ii )-
[ minion lands  in  Manitob i, r; iskatch-
ewan and Alberta, excepting IS and 20,
n'1"1 ������ *   fed, may be homes  ,-aded by
1 AKE N'O i'i- ES thai a . I ation __as
ieen made io .resistcr Joseph Tays as
.  any e - ; on who i.s the sole head of iP owner in Fee siuil,le- un(ler a Tax' until  Wednesday, December 11
en0jfam��iv ,.-��� an,- ,���_i��� ,.,,. i. ... i Sale Deed from C. C. Fisber to Josenh   in,.i,,<-,,���. ���..   f..~ .,.  ,
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28
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,,125 to $200.
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1",   12, 13,  11
66, 71, 72, 7:
:;. in suburban
prices  ranging
farm;
!  all
round and fenced around and I i
centre;    5 room house;    barn  10x75
sufficienl  feed fee- about 2'ni bead of
Price $8000;  terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser
Sth  .ani
avenues, west siele of  Ith St
$400;   half  rash.
1 Lots     88x132   each.
I3th street.   $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES
6th
family, of any male over 18 years of *al" D���ed (rom C' C' Fisber to Joseph
. age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-   '' " "'ing date the mh da>' of x��-
��� ��� ������ .-em er, A. D. 1904, of ali and singu
lar that certain parcel or tract of lanl
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed reader for Pu .ii,; Building, La lysmlth,
' will  he receive |  at  this office
1907,
tion of Ui'T .acre*, more or lest
Application   for   entry     must
on 1 lot, Keary Street,
from
One mile   Sapperton; .7 rooms and kitchen, wood
Hamilton Btreet,
ments.    one   lol
60x132. l'rice $1400,
In  monthly  pay-
��� ...  all modern Improve-
Sherwood street
J2700.    11000  eash.
ll
���   to  Royal Oak
titivated,    not a
. ass,  28   hear
| nds.    Bufflclenl
j    . :     lod   large   harn, .,
ind   irge chick-
��� ,out    250   chickens;
b ���ei and I ram;
J . 5?-jC0 .   'I'e:ms  $1500
an I $1000 April
| 'h
S. '4 of 8, lane at
I en's avi nue     Pj Ice
,'e months.
I Fourth avenue and
\.    ��� 132 i nly $800, ..
uenl
.;   ��� e In ���     l.:i   '   b
rid       i     narvoi
. ��� . ���  legs i Ight of wa ,   i   iul
25 acres stum ��� I
eared and fen i I
|. : sx28, lean too 1 lx2.S
. irn   30x32  an
��� -    10x16;   ���...
each    10x12;     wa
.   m Ik  b   . ���    small
��� ait, 03 '���" '."'.-���
ng well   Prici
.: mce easllj  ar-
I at" pei ��� ent, I
���i Third   Bl '    ; >���
[ I Queens   ,-��� enue east
$1400.
14, lot 'J, $10   I eai :i.
stal   in on  new car line.
[/lt   22,   do ,     it.    betwei d    Mi ,
Hoftapds and Thomson bouse, Carnal
von street; tull size $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove Btation,  30   i , leared
anJ partlj ti - | good bouse, ham
and Stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
eash, balance lo be arran -���-1
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lol Ne,.
Lot 8;  Bouth Bi le of thi
������      $300;   half   cash.
2 LOTS. 132x1 12, N.-W, i rn ol
10th Street an I St, An In ������ Price
$1050; ball ���
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Dl
ne ���
lots on  ith si. between   5th aad
Ave. on easl sl le;  fail size 1, 66x
6 th
132; Nos. 9 an
both, balf
ance easy.
77.58 ACRES,  black  loam  land,  all
ghed ami cleared and dyked;    N.
E   ', Sici. .",.    $75 per acre, one-third
cash, on..--hird ;; months, one-third 6
months,
7 LOTH 120x52, facing Sth Avenue,
' lota cleared, small house, chicken
bouse, 17", chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price $1500, $ii)i 'I cash.
���: ACRES good loam soil, Group 2,
Lot   16,  corner   Hlue   Mountain  road
i    ini tte   road,    south  side;    6-
omed     mse    parlor,  dining room,
ien   ind three bedrooms;  plaster-
ed;   conservatory 30 or 40  feet long.
4th avenue,, made iu person  by .the applied at a,ul Premises Bltuate, Lying and being
ia Dominion Lands Agency   or   sub-  '" the m*ir'ict of Xt'w Westminster,
agency  tor the district  in  which  the,in the Province of British Columhia,
land Is situate.   Entry by proxy may,irooi'e Particularly known and described as Lot  13, Block 5, subdivision of
Lot 201, Group 1.
You  and each ot you are required-
to contest  the claim of the tax pur-
shed anel  i rooms, kitchen and wood   ""^���",-   be  made  at  an agency  on
shed.   $1000 each, one-third cash, bal- Pertain conditions by the father, moth
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred- to per- cheaaer within forty-five days from the
form the homestead duties under one  date of  lha   first   publication of  this
of thc
Hi
upon
each
(2)
I'd.owing plana:
At least six months' residence |
and  cultivation of the land  In
��� ear for three years,
A homesteader may, if he so
12.     Price $1000 for   beated  by pipes;   well;  stable;  barn;
bal ince easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 i, 2 ml ��� -  from c I
(0 , '������
15   bearing fruit  trees;   considerable
sine;, rea ly to plant out; 2 skep bees;
5 acres cleared, light timher on remaining acre;    all  fenced;    V2  mile
wl.    Price $3000; half cash,
. . 6 months at 7 per cent.
1   Lol   S8xl32,
$800  cash.
1th  avenue,   13th  St.
Tm ���
twei '.
a, re
in
��� n i
7th
18th  street, be-
8th avenues.
IlOTi.
FACING    4th   AVE
.,  _ird
1 AND
PINE
ST.;   ORCHARD,
KIT 0
- ALL
KINDS;   7-ROOM
PUSE.
ALL
MODERN
IM-
R0VEMKNT8,
SEWER
CON-
KTION
PRICK $8000;
$3000
ASH, >NI) BAI
.ANCE   IN
6,   12.
1, II, 30
MONTHS, AT 6%
f md < nttage on Columbia st ,
renl    for $25, cottage for $11.
f'  -       - rms.
p. 8 rea of the best soil, 10 acres
m. under cultivation;  200 young
f 'wes, Just eomencing   to   bear;
lhouse, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
Ks, In pr>o,i  order;    some  acres
to with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Fr from nearby spring. Balance
: easily    cleared.      Price
'7 0 0 ;      $2500 cash, halance G
' '��� nionths.
rt)  is only M> mile from
1 ��ver two hundred  r.hick-
��� "ild he sold with the
;" a snap.
2  bouses  corni r of    Merrl, al    an l
���������I lot;    city block Bl,
lol   ' ' ���'���-<��� renl - for $25, the
oth,       ;      tlush   el   -���' -  and   all con-
���,-: Pi Ice $3,500.
. b ;,j    "        lance i'e 6   l- and is
months at 7 %.
I. its 14 Si I IB of 1 of G of 4
,, leared I    Pi   e $500; for the two, 1-2
l8h, balance 6  months at. 7 per cent
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of ll of
3 cleared Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 montha at '7 per ������ nt,
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located iu a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms lrecently papered)
All modem conveniences; hot aud
cold water, hath, rtu.->h closet, lavatory, electric light; nue lawn; lot
G6xl32, with lane In rear; part oi lot
set out with fruit trees Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil- only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
3 LOTS, 5, 6 it 7, full sized ami
cleared, upper side of oth Avenue, between 1st and _!n,l Streets. Price $500
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Street and
6th .'-. on south side, No. 3-5, 36, |
37 & ������ i, : ill size     Mce $1100 for the ;
four, zr SJCD each;  h ill . ish.
Double    tenement   house,  4th Ave.,
1st and 2nd St.;  l lot.    Price $1,700;
.. ilf and half In 6 months at 7%.
le nts ior $ll) each tenant.
notice upon you, otherwise I shall register Joseph Tays as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby direct that publication of this notice for one month in
a daily newspaper published a* New
Ii l,   perform   the    required    resi-   Westminster will he good aud BUffici-
dence  duties  by  living on    farming ent service thereof,
nm 1 owned   solely   by   him,   not  less      Dated at the Land  Registry Office,
than eighty  (Sui  acres In extent, in N'ew Westminster, Province of British
Ithe vicinity of his homestead.    Join: Columbia,  this  26th  day  of  Oct	
ownership in land  will hot meet thia A, D. 1907.
requirement. C. 3. KEITh,
(3)    it ihe lather (or mother, if the Dis-riet Regist ir.
father i.s deceased) of a homesteader To John Sirr, Esq.
:nas permanent residence on  farming     A��� ......<in. served wUh tM, notiw_
land owned solely  by  him,  not   lees and tho8e cMmlag through or under j
than  eighty  (80)   acres in  extent,  in them and all persons claiming anv inthe vicinity of the homestead, or up- terefft ln sairi land bv vlrtue of anv ,
���ii   , homestead entered  for by him imregistered instrument, and a:; per-
ln the vicinity, such homesteader maj   3on8 claiming any interest    in   sail
perform  his  own  residence duties by land   by  descent(   w-fl0se  ti���e  lg  not
registered under the provisions of the
I "Land Registry Act," shall be forever
estopped  and  debarred    from setting
up  :,ny
inclusively, for the construction of a
Puhlic Building ai Ladysmith. ii. C.
Plans and specifications can be si en
and forms of tender obtain, 1 at this
Department and on application to the
Postmaster at Ladysmith. B.  ('.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a charter 1
bank, made payable to the order ot
the Honourable the Minister of Puhlic Works, equal to ten per cent (10
p. ci of the amount of the tender,
which will be forfeited If the person
tendering decline to enter Into a contract when called uj>on to do so, or if
he fail to complete the work contra
ed for. If the lender he not accepted
the cheque will he returned.
The Department does not bind Itself
to accept tbe lowest or any ten ier.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS.
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa. November 13, 1907.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without authority from the Department.
Mail Service
preceding  paragraphs   is  defined    as
meanin
a   direct  line,  exclusive of the  width
in    the
11 nn anv claim to or in respect of the ' Dlspatch*d by a P
Bai i Und so sold for taxe3 as provided
10 acres '- section 14, N. 'i of E Vi
of Tn. L', aooiit 2 miles from bridge oil
Haworth road, Surrey; house l^xt-O
p.. Btorey house, 3 rooms finished, another 3 can  be added upstairs;   small
shack;   IU   acres   cleared and  seeded j thjs   , dvertlsemen'
with clove-, red;  fairly easily cleared, j _
()n���  mile  from  shingle  mill.     Price ror'
of  road  allowances crossed
mi as irement.
(5) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the al ove while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY, ish Columbia, Chapter 187,    that all
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior,   creditors   and   others     having  claims
N.   B.���Unauthorized  publication ut  against the Estate of Alexander Ewen.
will   not   be   paid  who d;ed on or about the Sth day of
R. train at 8;35
a. m.; close SS a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside No. 1, daily except Sunday; Sapperton No. 1, daily except
Sunday.    Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
e 'J''Dispatched  hy B. C. Electric railway
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver,  No.   1,  dailyexcept Sundays.    Return mail received 9 a. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m.:
suant to the Revised Statutes or Brit-
by the "Land Registry Act."
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
IX  THE   MATTER
Alexander  _vwea, late of the City
of  Nev.   Westminster,  British Columbia, decease i.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY  GIVEN
$1,200;
months
terms  half cash,
at 7  %.
balance  12
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT-
Westerly 4,  11  of 63,  Sub.  Block  5
132x132 corner 100 feet square;    two:
houses drawing $28 [ier month.    Price'
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and  12
months.
160 S.E.  U of Section 26, Dist.  12,
10 acres,partly cleared;  Kanaka creek,
running through; good road; one mile'
north   of   Webster's corner;     shingle
mill and P O. at the west corner; tlra
ber worth $7 per acre; cedar and fir;
Ll"ilos. from-.?��!_t __Hunf-^.__I!ri.C.e! Westminster, in the Province of British  Columl ia.more particularly known
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl,   Port   KelU,
Hazelmere,   Hall's   Prairie,     Bou   Accord,  Blaine  and   Seattle   (all   points
in   Washington   and   south,    also   all
. irfed on or .   points in eastern states),    daily ex-
the   15th  day  of   Decemher,  1907,  to  ce^  Sunday.    Return  mails  received
send hy post prepaid, or deliver to the l at 3:3�� P- m-
  undersigned, their Christian and sur-      Clayton,  Tuesdays   and  Thursdays;
TAKE NOTlCh. that applicatiom has Iiam<_,__, addresses and descriptions; | Tynehead, Wednesdays and Sa'.tir-
leen made to register Margaret Dob- the fM particulars of their claims, da-j days. Return mail received Mondays
hie as the owner in Fee Simple, und'r ly verified; the statement of their ac-|and Fridays,
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher, comu and the nature 0f the security
to Margaret Dobbie, bearing date the if any, _Q\_ by them, and.
1st day of pecetnber, A. D. 1902, of
all and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the District of New
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, ba4anee ar
rangeed.
Large lot and two cottages on Cn
lumbia street, Sapperton. Both rentee.
at $10 each.
One and one-balf storey house and
full   size  lot,  situated  north side  of
Royal avenue and corner of McKinuis
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commur, J street;  9 rooms;   hath room, hot and
about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. Sl to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens;  borse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
!0 of 11 of ::. Price
cold  water, closet
hearlg   fruit trees
sides;   fine  view,
cash.
woodshed;  yount
streets  on   three
Price $1,800. torn
j and described as Lots IS to 25, inclusive, Block 4, being pints of southwest of Section 2, Township 16.
Dated at the Land Registry offlc?,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 29th day of August.
A. D. 1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Benjamin Douglas, Esq.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen's1     Rfl Lota n ,ind 27| Block XXIIi c
and 3rd Ave., second lot trom Queen's i of ^t^. Westminster.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after such last mentioned date the executors, John  Hendry   and    John  E.
Jardine, will proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the par-
i ties entitled thereto,  having    regard
only to the claims of which they shall
j then have notice,  and that the said
| executors will not be  liable    for tho
said assets or any part thereof to any
1 person or persons of whose claims notice shall not have been received by
I them at the time of such distribution.
DATED at  New Westminster,   this
16th day of November, 1907.
MARTIN  &  McQUARRIE,
Solicitors    for    John  Hendry and
John  B. Jardine, executors of the
said  Estate.
1-2
[less,
acrei
more   or
in    block,    cor-
11th Street and
avenue,   invalu-
ndustrial site,
< >ne half cash,
:'���"'��� to be arranged.
Roy;
able
$4,500.
or ii
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 or 3. Price ���
\ y:00 for three or $175 each;   1-2 cash
, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lol on Royal avenue, he- j
tweeu Fourth and Merrlvale; ati clear-
e i, $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, come:
of Qilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acre
Ave.:    52x122 feet;  all  cleared;   lane J
alongside  and   hack.      Price    $1,000;
half cash, halance easy at 7 r'-.
150 acres Improved land, buildings
ml she-Is complete, near Cloverdalo;
���nl under cultivation, $15,000. U yon
���ni hiuieiie this, lon'i delay; It's i
Hr.t'hi:  terms can he arranged.
.-l-'or the Dbove tour properties ���-���
special price wi!1 be made to one pur
chaser,
House 30x42, 4th    St.. between Ith
and Sth Ave
��� Ol  Im   Hi, block 6, coiii-
I i the finest residential
���  for sale exclusively
lis.    i
��� comers of Fourth B.ve-
treel
age is selling fast at this  price
No. 308,   8-roomed House,  with bath
room, etc.;   Agnes St,     $2,500;   ^
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %. .,���,, r,,h Ave . ._, B,ngle ,m(i , donble
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
room, corner of r.ih and Agnes St, down stairs; parlor, dining room, kit-
Price $4,000i terms i., cash, balance chen and pantry, Full sized lot run-
3 nnd li months at 7 '.'. n Dg back to Ash St. l'rice $3,800:
810.���9-roomed House and bath | $1,500 cash, balance at $500 per ye.it
$3,000
(facing   Queen's
m ignlfloent property ia j No-
room,   Agnes   St
balance 2 and ti months at 7 %.
street,  comprising I No.   312.-8-roomed   House   and   bath
,   !':; 33*120  foot lots   facing  on      room.   Agues  St..      Price $2,500;   >,
':" ' -" $700 (excepting tke cor- I     cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 - j
"'"^ Fourth    avenue    anl|    160 acres, Westminster district, 10
under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard.
i;,   cash,  st 7 per cent.
tot
$600 i
s   I'uurw     avenue
,���..     '",- held at $1000); twi
,,. ,Urtb avenue, 42 1-2x120, at
; four iots,  52   1-2x85,  $450;
's- *400.   Call at our office on
Jt "reel and in
lots ! acres
Iiv,.
House.
I'ffist, t
ponth.
10
ispect plans.
full
sized   lot,   on   Keary
"'r,"n;   rents for  $10  par
����ry $1,050.
.   :"'r"s In sec
at *��4 alder
'my ^r fmi
ttaet --' l-8, 19, "��' 21�� face oa 16tn
82.  Timber, fir, ce-
(iood soil; good roads.
Particulars.
18,
"nil 8th
1950 .   u ,de lots *20() each.    Price
���"agle lots at cash.
cash.
���"���, acre strawberries planted
this year; abler bottom land; running
spring; house IS x 23; frame harn 80
x 82;   14-post  frame house and  cow
Three ful slsed lots on Fifth avenue
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5, 11 ami 7. Price $100
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $225.
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby,
$160 au acre    FOR    A   FEW    DAYS
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
Agnes Blackie, on the 31st day of December, 1907, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or inter, st ther^1
In, or in any part thereof,
C.  S.  KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry offlce, New Westmin- 01**0"o"o9   oV'7. ���>-'  .-���
ster, B. C, 29th November, 11*07.
Th.e (erson or persons having in
liioir custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested io deliver the
same to the undersigned:
15th Deronib r. 1862���Robert   Kerr
to John Cooper, conveyance in fee.
Martin  &  McQuarrie, solicitors
for applicant, Trapp block, Nov
Westminster, 13. C.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
CHRISTMAS AND  NEW  YEAR'S
HOLIDAYS
Tickets will he on Sale December
Deci mber
28, 29, 30, :;i,and January 1. Good to
return up to and Including Januar; 3,
at one fare and one third for the
round trip.   For other  particulars.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster  Coquitlam, daily except Sunday
or to E. J. COYLE.                                 turn mail received at 1 p. m.
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.. Vancouver.   '	
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver  No.  2;   Victoria,  No.  1;
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday.
Return mail received at 2 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p. m.:
East Burnaby, daily except Sunday.
Return malls received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12-00 noon:
Timberland, Tuesdays and Friday*.
Return mails received Tuesdays and
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R boat 1:30 p.m.
daily (closes daily at the same
time during winter months:
Ladner, Westham Island, Port
Guichon, Steveston, Sunbury. diilv
except Sunday. Return mails received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No.  2;   Victoria,
and Burnaby Lake; closes at
in.:   daily execept   Sunday.
mails received at (I p. Bl,
Burnaby    lake.     Return     mail
2 p. m.
Dispatched by Q.N. Fyler, 4 p   m.:
To  southern    points,    daily  except
Sunday.    Return mail 11  p. ni.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p.
in., mall closes at 2:;io p.m.:
��� Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96  (C.
P. R. east, second mail). Return mall
received at 1 p. m.
Sapperton,  No.  2;  Millside,  No.  t;
Re-
No. 2;
3:30 p.
Return
'It
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
stables, three In all, stable S cows and )0NhY    One-quarter cash,   balance   1
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
hurches    near    at    hand;
and 2 years at 7 %.
1   lot  No. 24  on  13th.  street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
schools,    c
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing,    ^ ^ ^  ^  gfc> ^ ^^  ^
timber;  carriage house IB x -4,   m"jfllll 8lzeil lota.    pr|ce $2,600. one-third
house made of hewed timber laid jn |eath) ba(> 6> i2 anrf 13 month��
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a life
time. $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 0
per cent.
4 lots on Fifth Street. 11 .12, l\ 14
Suh. 15, S. Blk. 13. $350 each, half
cash, balance 6 nionths at T %.
Re Lots 1 to 9 (inclusive) of a por- j
Hon of Lot 94, Group 1, Map 440, New j
V,reslminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 15715a, Issued
in the name of Peter Latham, ha3
heen filed In this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from j
the date of the flrst publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
C, S. KEITH,
District Registrar ot Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C. Oct. 24, 1907.
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Now is the time to purchase your
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Xmas at home.
Next sailing of Empress from St.
John to Liverpool, D^ec. 27.
For other dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pion��r Limited" St Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal ia
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
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give their patrons an excellence of
nervice not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. Genera] Agent
t,U TVitrd St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
T H
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E      DAILY      NEWS
If  You   WANT  HELP.
"i-xrrvmiimuuami PAGE   EIGHT
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CALENDARS i
Cnnstmas Cards !
Cnnstmas Postal J
Novelties     -     -      i
BIG   LOT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
THE   DAILY   KLWS.       ��*
Thursday
���������*
Seeded
Raisins
��
12oz. Packages
3 for 25c.      !
Pure Salt ��� prepared by a
process which separates every atom
of foreign substance from the salt
WINDSOR TABLE SALTU
pure, indeed !
MS
fire.   Her   husband   w.,- absent at a
ool    meeting.      Mrs.    Dup 'tit.    al-
Igh  lightly  clad,  ran    ont   to  give
alarm tothe   neighbors,   bavins:
six children asleep In th" house.   I3e-
I'ore help arrived four of the children
perished, one being only four months
old.
CORRESPONDENCE
-..-..-:.,-:.".::���:
 "_-.       .   -   - '..".."..
Xmas Presents
A few Suggestions to help you in
deciding on that present you wish
to give.
STERLING SILVER���
Manicure Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Card Cases,
Cigar Cases,
Hat Pins,
Bon Bon Trays
Military Brushes
Ebony Military Brushes, Leather
Collar Boxes.   Gold and Silver Headed
Umbrellas.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
Thi ,*_ are old Raisins, but are j
in first class shape, you can't j
tell them fron the new. |
16oz. Packages j
2 for 25c.
\        New Goods and First Class       \
CURRANTS
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese  Labor  Contractors
.'-', v,  Westminster branch P.
Box 645.
Our    Currants    are    lovely, all \
cleaned,    by    the    package   or [
loose, just as you like. !
OUR  PRICES ,m all goods are j
right,   and   we    guarantee   the
quality.
C A. WELSH
Ihe People's Grocer
A INew Subdivision
lust what a good many people nave been waiting for���
Mr, D. D. Bourke has just authorized us to sell in lots a portion of hi-
Twelfth Btreet property, bordering un   Twelfth   street, Fifth   avenue,   Thir-
:-.��� nth  street, and a  lane.
The property is all cleared, fenced, graded and in'grass, and command;
-   charming view of the Delta and North Arm.
Heretofore this property could only be' purchased as a whole, but now
separate lots ran be had at prices iu stifled by local conditions, anl upon
���   sy terms,
Plan of subdivision at our office.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
NOW TOR FUN!!
Boys and Girls:
The   Long-lookcd-for
Roller Skates
Have Arrived At
BRYSON & SONS
Tel. 65
Educational    Blundering.
Edito&kDaiiy  News:
Sir���Please place ttiese facts before
your readers that they may demand
a reform in the education department.
The celebrated drawing investigation proved beyond a doubt that the
system of giving marks to the child
rec at the entrance examination on
the work done in their drawing hooks
during tne term was a great blunder.
, The better a pupil could draw th-
more liable he was to be deprived of
his marks, under that system.
The expert drawing master stated
on oath that t'nere was ruling in An ;
tone Henderson's book. For that rea
son no marks tor the work done in
his hook had been given to him at th.' I
entrance exam.
! Antone Henderson, at the investigation, drew so well in the presence
of .ludge Lampman that he decided
there had been no ruling done in his
book.
The provincial trustee convention
passed a resolution unanimously 11
have the marks in drawing given on
the wur,; done in the presence of the
examiner.
Premier McBride promised io carry
out their resolutions, if it were possible. Two weeks after the passing
of that resolution. I received a circular from the education oflice notifying me that the pupils would have to
. md in their drawing hooks at the
Christmas  exams, as formerly.
l at once appealed to the premier
to have that order revoked. 1 have
not heard that such was done, an 1
the exams, are hi Id nexl  week.
Surely, in the face of the decision
of Judge Lampman, of thai unanim u.
resolution, of the premier's promise
and of'common sense, the department
will not give marks on the books;
, if not, then what does it want tin-
books for? It mu.ies a bonfire of
theni after the exams, are over.
Qrgi the pi -,-! to ask the premier
to fulfil his promise, and thus sav
;the children from the risk of teing
deprived of their marks and of being
branded as cheats; and thus also prevent their drawing books from belngl
burned. .1.  X.   MUIR.
K'e'-fers.  B.  C,  Dec.  10, 1907.
G. J.  and E.  L. Armstrong, of  Me-
lita, Man., arrived in the city ye ter-
' day, and will remain here for the remainder   of   the   winter.
I fOB KITCHEM PCflHflWY
"""^       ANO
r.C00D MIOTIC
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PREMIER
TREASURE
^**JR.-afc__
We Can Help You
To Secure Your
Xmas Presents
There are several things to remember in  ,������,,,
e In your Christmas shopping:
FIRST���Shop  early  before every person is in a rush
SECOND���Do not  be afraid  to ask   Ua   to  show   ���
'
may not see on display.    An.v suggestion we can rivi "m"1"18 ��>l
fully given. be c.^
You may  want  a  parcel   flone up for mailing;  y0u
to send your present  ln;  if so we   will  assist    yOU  ,f, .u
-mr ability.    We  are  planning to give better service Vho     b"' of
ear. ver tn.
o
year.
Ty want a bo,
be ��� 0.
ver thl,
THCITAKEW
We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the  market.
 1
Buy the Latest Kid Gloves
for Xmas Presents
Yon  would  not  care  to give your  friends  a  poor  nai, ���� ���,   B_
buying here you obtain tke best  Kid  Gloves  mad.' * W
��RMiD PRIX, PAB/g
REM
i'.i
.���y
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia    St.,      New   Westm.n-
ster,   B.   C.
We Sell
Reynier Kid
Gloves
Ladies'   16   button   Glace   Kid,  ner pair ���,____
,..,,���, '           ���"O and 1375
Lad.es 12 button Glace and Undressed Kid, er pair. |1.75 to ��M
Ladies' Cape  Kid, in  the new leather shaeh        , W.^MuZ
Ladie. Short Kid Gloves, ,n .hades of brown, tan, modi ,v 2
cardinal, green, and black and white, our best Iim ... . .!L
Ladies' Short Kid Gloves. In brewn and black, per pal, ,'i25 ,*
Ladies'   Silk   Lined   Mocha.   ln Ught  .,������     dnrk   ^ '    *
pair    *"
Ladies' Lined and Fur Top Gloves, 'pe"r ; air ... $1.25, $1'.50 to ll
B oys'   Kid  Gloves.   [n  mannish styles,   per   pair     ,., jl0o
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment,  just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
Novelty   and Staple  Lines
of Household Linens
Every des ripUon shown in an Immense selection.    Now
Drawn Work Linens I
These linens will be  appreciated by your friends at a   I   (anei   Easy
to send and of the kinds which aro    not   usually   sen    li
stores.    All Japanese work.    Spwial snaps ln c, ntr, pieces   i I table
covers.
t o, r> .     .. S?le ASents for Monarch Ranges
lo7 Columbia St.
'.?:������,;���'���-���.e-.c-'..���..���.,���..".-:.-,.���..���.r:.--.-- --
.���:..::..-',r:y..,-l.r:..i':,l    ��� ,.
Ran for   Help.    Children   Burnt.
Montreal.    Dec.  11.���A    report  rec
celved here from Three Rivers stated!
that last evening    about  ten  o'clock
Mrs. Dupont. living on St. Marguerite
road, noticed  that  the house  was on ^^^^^^_^_^_^_^_^m
____________ Importers, Manufacturers, and Do
ers in Ladies' and Gents'
^^^^^^         ^^m^_^_^_^m FINK  HA IK  GOODS
,, , , Toopes,  Wigs, Transformations,
If the   neifer   Jersey   call    which ,_, _ ,   ���   .   .
Pompadours and    Switches
strayed to my premise* on or    a out
New Table Damask and Napkins
Special  patterns  i���  Table  Sets of bordered  cover   anl    napkin, to
Watch  .ur   future  advert! seme nte  for prices.    M, anwh:;    ,    ���   >,
"nen section in the House Furnishing department.
Leo. Mueller  IW. S. COLLISTER & Co.
HAIR SPECIALIST ��
NOTICE
247 Columbia Street,
New West.r.in.ler
i BARGAINS i    BARGAINSf;; rr���**5*"���-�� ��� ��WS=*. ,������ D��� II
:'       "XV/y  Yil y<J ' L>/\fVV-7r\ll>0 : ';   ���<' -1-fwy ev|,_,.nSee. ing.   Manicure and Massage, CWrpody ���
��� _ _ ���������^��������___._____._.. JOHN   TRA wns an<i Scalp Treatment ���
|* ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Cottage, 5 "rooms, new, lot cleared one-half
. block from car, $1,250, one-third cash.
Cottage, 4 rooms, new, lot cleared, two blocks
f from car, S 1,000, mostly cash.
Cottage, 5 rooms, well finished, fenced in front
\ with wire fencing, $1,700, good terms.
5 roomed cottage, lot 132x140, cleared, $1,200,
. $250 cash, balance $12 por month.
Enquire at once
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The farm Land Specialists,     ���     New Westminster
mw#imifmmmm��mtM('i't . y.y.b.yyyy.yy2i:yy.i2y2yy
,TOH.\   TRAVERS
Sapperto
and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granv.lle St. Vancouver. B. C.
Ll FE-
HOUSES
k w-v_                                             e        f wlH 8el1 y��u honiw on good terms aB follows
j ri **���/)             M   ���mM-_r%X 2 flV8 r����m 0ott88ie8 at	
*WQ*}\ A     &B IZy       JLtlTC X            """" r"t,:'"''- n"w. ;'t 	
W ^^\^ ��� '  |,"|r nielli collage at 	
/ Ond                            X Whal ',0 you tUink "l a '"t at  $175; $
ianceI /
ii' ar the car lln��
 $900 each J
  $1250 each!
   |12W j
h, balance $1'i pel montb, j
Accident \ p PEEBLES g
insurance
. ^. lines ofi����Z^������'�� ���� to, principal
< Electric Railway Service! SfSS^S:^
several I the ��� insurance companic.S i��� ^^H
You are assured of
cai
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ __ 111111
I 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307 j I
 [Interurban    Line.     ^^
Tars fvr Vancouver and way
Stations will run every halt-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p.  in.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mi-antes for both Sap-
perton and city limits over the
city line.
Z       City   Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twenty mm- $
uti after and forty minutes af- Z
te :. commencing at 0:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 0:30
a. m,
Sunday Service   ball-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
The dal" for receiving ti nders for
Public Building, Uidysmlth, B. 0., has
heen extended to Monday, December
23rd,   1907,
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m I'lans     and   speclllcathnis he
and prompt settlement of claims when you deal with ',''"' n""' """'s "' " '"l"' T*t? '' ;"
' ' e___H_,_i '  ,llls     I''leai I'll'-lll       Oil        .'!|l|lllClllieell     III
ilu-  Postmaster al  Ladysmith, B, 0,
Amole Protection
TURNBULL'5!
BAKERYl
4th and Columbia Sis.
I British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd I
-*+���*���������* j ��� i ��� tttttt t|
Branch
Offices:
Chiiliwack,
Vancouver
md  io William  Henderson, Superintending An-hit,'i-i, Victoria, H. ('.
By Order,
FRED,  OBLINAS,
St on tary,
Department  of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 27th, IU07,
resit j
All kinds of fancy pastry
Fir���*{ class candies,
taffy. G. B. chocolates.
Bread 5c per loaf.
Come and have a look &
r Xmas Cake before buy
-
>i*l _, r.
1 ��� 	
ing- elsewhere.
30c per pound.
It is 8��[
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