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 kite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
^ WESTMINSTER, B. C
[JIE ;     .' Miil'.K   296.
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Phone 85
^,/"!S PER  WEEK.
or GIFTS IS
HARVEST OF MHKMTS
ores in Gala Decking for Xuletide���Trading Exceptionally Brisk this Year���A Few of the Attractive Headquarters for Presents Described.
HONORS LIST HEAVY    PUPHS Of PUBLIC
AL THE HIGH SCHOOL    SCHOOLS PROMOTED
'fi
DOMINION ELECTION
ALL REGULAR STUDENTS SUC- SPECIAL PRIZES OFFERED BY J.
CESSFULLY PASS CHRISTMAS, W. CREIGHTON WON BY W. Mc-
EXAMS���CREDITABLE   WORK. KAY   AND    F   STATON.
I jjrding monsy II evidently  no;  a
lun:'  ���'���-'������ o: Betting rich in New
Lmin ter, judging  by  the amount
1,4 ^   eing ipent doily over the
Inters ol  the   up-to-date   stores  ol
The volume of  business
L. u       ted is remarkable, even
[111,        _,   season     Of     the   year.
L   . ,       odj   la   most   anxious   to
��� will bring pii asure to
I,. :.; ;ent.
\_   i .    . le season  is essential I j
the period  of all
ien 0i onomj   b, comes al-
I ID ���'  I ivi.- hne88 i-  a  \ Ir-
ie pasl couple ol d
.., merchants have bei a
���     a   Xews   man.   an i
f - on  they are enthu i
tl .-nr,   result  nt
ghta on their .-tucks
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. m   i.i   the
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'    L.   DeBeck.
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Inn   tha .   li
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etc    in end
ag jinn hi
on   Chr   tmas    da;
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er   Bha\ In)       ivi lb
di corated     with   Iry
C.  A.  Welsh.
Qgs   dati a   oranges,
t- latea   fancy biscuits and
\ ���   iev  varli ties of eatables
f     ���   lwo  large  windows  of  the
1     i ��� " ery,"   while in   the   in
l'r' ' ''er. will be found Cbo'c
r     goods   which   would     take   a
I wse      dog to enumerate.   Tb��
'   "'is carried Is responsible
mi as ��� trade of this up-to-
f -rie. nothing but the best flnd-
a plan   on the shelves.    One ot
1 windows is occupied  by a large
F        tree,   brilliantly  lighted et
ft with multi-colored lights which
���� and off at  lute, .als a*  the
"ti its pedestal.
T.  A.   Muir.
''""��� log cabin, with  a Teddj
warily  over its enow-
ii cuples    a  corner of
"  '������   ��ituliiw.   and     i.s   at-
I erable   attention.      In
[ decorative attraction,
Il! ng a tempting as-
I ul,.  gifts.      He ex
ii Immense business lm-
' ie   holiday,   and   has
' ; r medies for which
i  heavy  call    after
IVl   .
.
Adams  &.   Deans.
I eing   made  by   this
and chiaaware. din
! i" t
Iaii
%i ti ru)
: ' ibli   for presentation to
the hous:.,    selling  for
|i.     These   useful   house-
' tve  been  selling  well
'���"i  there Is still enough
lo  supply   all   comers
I.1 '" el   choice:      According
[I ' raisins and other small
'':"'   are costing the grocers
than  last,    lun   the
C1,st��mers remains the same.
The White  House.
.     "!    ' Btore for ladi-s, Mrs.
',���    ''h's selections for gifts to
J"""""  members  of the homo
L        "l"11'^   In   their   variety.
jt|   'lf lh" articles   which   Imvo
*ken away from the store in
n��mii,.,.s
If    le
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W
gi stlons galore to offer peo] le who
don't exactly know what they wan',
and their kind assistance is oft n al
in"-' Invaluable,
T H. Smith.
"Everybody has something to si end
on something for iomebod} at Christ-
"|;| ��� and tins store has something
���'"' everybody," declares Mr. Smith.
i""1 even i cursory glanc inside his
well appointed ston. will bear oul hi
statemi ni Evi ryl ling in the dr.
line i .ni be  I re, an I a
-   being  m - le thia  yea    of
"ttle      "       tides,   ranging   In   pric
��� i   the lire'  Including fan-
��� ; i     Hi and-
kerchii ������   the  newi st  d -. bal
;t hundre I    ��� .      ..,
tl '��� Foi   the    1  rgi .      . Mr,
o
W.  C.  Chamberlin.
''' I china, ju
.��� . ���
I om   Mr   '
>���       ���       '- :
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.
i r     ' '        r
j. w-
.
E.  Sinclair
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and d at of all kinds ol
���       accord        to Mr.
Sinclair, has  I een  i xce   I i
this season, an I th    nun        o   useful  gifts   bough!    al   h - sto      hav
Inglj   greater   'han    in
'.cars.
W. S. Uolliscer a Co
In order to be hi tter able to handle the Christmas rush, an electric
cash carrier, Tue Brst of the kind In
the city, waa on Thursday installed
in this store. The cash boxes are carried to the cashier's office and returned to the clerk In remarkably quick
time, this Innovation doing away with
considerable waiting on the part, of
customers. Among tbe gift specialties offered hy 1 his firm might be
mentioned a Large assortment ot la
dies' handbags, gloves, purses, neckwear, umbrellas, fancy shawls, hosiery, etc., etc. A special feature Is
also being made of table linen, of
which there is a large variety in
stock.
Phillips,  the  Wardrobe  Clothier.
A  specialty is  being  made of neckwear  this   Vuletble    by diis  firm,  an
exceptionally   large  Btock    being on
hand.     All   the   latesi   designs  in   ties
are Bhown, while those desiring
gloves, collars, suspenders or other
lancy articles for a Chrlstma gift,
u n Mmi them inr.' iu large variety.
The Btore windows are attractively
gotten up. a large Irish harp, decked
nat in green and white, rfvetting the
attention of all passers-by As extra
help Ime- been secured fo: the busy
s asoii, customers arc assured  prompt
service.
J. J. MacKay.
Toylanil. the paradise "i the bairns,
Of all the purchases thai have been
made recently, and will be made during the nexl few days, those trans-
.,,.,,,,1 m Ma atore will be thf most
mysterious. In some unexplained
manner, Santa Claus is mixed up with
many a transaction, and small wonder H is thai the good old saint hov*
ers there, for the ph.ee is replete
,.,.,������   floor  to  celling,  nnd  from  front
t0 ,.,,.,,.,  witii the    most bewildering
assortment of toys, fancy goods,
books, pictures, Christinas cards, etc.,
thai   one can  possibly revel  In.
Form III.. High school���There have
been 68   students    in  attendance  In
tics form during the Michaelmas
term. At present the regular attendance is about Sl. All students who
have attended regularly liave suc-
cceded in passing the Christmas examination- and most of the students
have  done  very creditable work.
Four new students from outside
points have only been taking classes
for a month cr two, and consequently have failed In making a pass mark.
Fiv,- others began the term in Aug-
iut were detained trom classes
by illness, lasting from four to Ave
weeks. These have, with one excep-
failed   to   maki     the    r quisifce
'I hi    following   is :-.   report  of   I  e
'  '���������   ' foi   the term.
��� . imination    papei - were set
Miss   McNiven.  Ii. A., in the  Bng-
:.'!       tin, and  four by
if, tathem
- ... ii . v ry
he ten Mr   McMillan
id    ..-.-    i narks for
athen
science .   , :    o
Ided to   b   examina-
'. ��� ���  the i ial
ty i the rl ;iv
mum
General  Pass   L.st.
Oil'      Whi.-
i  , .  1172;   ll.
1146; A.  Bow-
15; L.. Lav
'     i:   Cairn-
1     \     Arch -
I 102;  G   Rob-
'    .\1  Don    i    1057     L.
i I  .  1029; -V
���  ason, 957;  .1.  R
ii   Nelson, 944;  M. Rob-
M   Archibald   941; J. M
J. Murphy, 889;  E. Campbell,
>7.".;   M.  McKam,  870;   M. Smiili.  S62;
I..   Dunlop, 854.
Absent from one exam.��� W. Patterson, 843; T. Storm. Sti : Ii. Dawe.
!s29; H. Sclater, 807; F. Whlitaker,
796;   L  Crake.  792.
The following were absent for more
than one month���M. Paris, 717; E.
Bent, 632; L. Archibald. 527; T McAllister, 514; (J. .McCallum, 493; A.
Tr.theway, 502;   B. Tretheway,  500.
Form II., mathematics and science.
Examination papers were set in algebra, geometry, arithmetic and in
physics and chemistry. Marks were
given for term work, the maximum
being  600.    List:
Mis.s, s .1 .k'rdine, 521; K. .lardine,
616; and Kakin, 515; E, Bettty, 516;
Misses M. Briggs, 493; Cotham, 473;
McXiven, 471; Wil-on, 4<!."i; 'Elley,
460; Hoy, 4.MI; Parrot, -117; aud Gau-
din, 422; C. Creighton, -117 (missed
algebra exam); Misses Harris. 412
(missed arithmetic); Corbett, 400;
and Imlah, 390; John Disney. 383;
Misses Gilley, 369; Dockrill, 343; and
Oswald, 313; John Forrester, 298
(missed algebra);     Miss  Croll,  273;
���
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Following is the promotion list of
the West Knd and Central schools
supplied by the principals. The re-
SQlt is in every way creditable both
to the scholars and their painstaking
teachers:
Promotion list:  West Knd.
From Division II. to Division 1.
Alman Griffith, Blanche Griffth,
Marguerite Wilkie, Olive -Bodley,
Mary Patterson, May Wilson, Effie
.Mills,  Harry Crane.
From   Division   III.   to    Division II;
James  Shand,  Harry   Pretty,    Jack!
Dawe,   Ernest   Smith,   May   Monteith,'
Mary Preston, Ruth Appleton, Tottie'
Marshall. Alee Conolly,   Leonard  Et-
tinger.
Promoted from II. Primer to Isl
n der���Eden Adams, James Adams.
b, Vbra, Evangeline Campbell, Ag-
n< s Craig, Violet Crane, Arthur Dickinson, James Earle, Willie Ettinger,,
Ell en Gregory, Myrtle Gregory, Ro-
dn Gourla . Lincoln O'Connor, Ivan
Si   ie 1, Pansy Wintemuti.
Girl   Pupils   Promoted.
Iven the names  of
���    ...    the Girl's schoi i who I
.-. ������    ; il   In   obtaining   proi
from ii lower to a higher grad
All names    ri    give n    in    - rdi r
m rl
un   tlie  Juni r  gradi    (Mrs
i to the Inten
: i Bridges,
Bi Ita   Knowdi 11,    E
ii       Sarah Murray,    Berita Gw
i Roach    leai   fortune M:i:r
Cl .       \       Jean  Kei
\'. i '.a  Dean, El li   \
noa   i:.e'    .  \ li Iel   Chan,  Annie
,     Haw,    Mai ���
Drew .   : . ��� .  Emma Hal<,  | ���
..v. l; n     ft'hite,     \ . Ir. y    Hel a
l^ewis.
From ihe Junior grade (Mis
Leamy, teacher) to the Intermediate
grade: Bertha li. N'esta Owen. Lois
Winnifred McDonald, ('.race lil. Ie
McWhinnie, Marion Beatrice McN II
Ruby Louise Gregor, Grace Morrison,
Sylvlai Hall Fulton, Agnes Clayt n
Turnbull.
From the Intermediate grade (Miss,
Homer, teacher) to Che Senior grad a:
Evelyn Anna Du Tot, Agnes Jean Gilchrist,   Louie   May   Wilkinson,  Janet
Kathleen    Gilley,    Alexandria    Gray,
Edna Burden. Isabel Roy, Helen Mary-
Walker,   Ellen  Annie   Johnson.     Eva
Mary     Armstrong,     Eunice    Dorothy:
Brice, Olive Reichenbach. Greetn Dol-'
son,  Mary  Grace  Bailey.
From the Intermediate Grade (Miss
McBride.    teacher)    to    the    Senior I
grade:  Edith May Cherry. Jessie Isa-1
bel   Allen,    Kathleen     B.   Cochrane, '
Naomi Alice Rolph, Isabel May Macdonald, Margaret  I. Grieve, May Lillian Barclay, May Isabel Mack, Margaret M.  Stephen, Edna Sarah Eastman,   Lillian  F.  Jenkins.
Boy  Scholars  Promoted.
The following is a list of pupils
promoted from one grade to another
(Continued on page .?.)
Party Ha^ Selected Its Nominee, But Identity Is Kept
Secret---Thomas Turnbull Under Suspicion���Campaign Funds Are Available.
The Labor party of New Westminster lias definitely decided to place a
candidate in the field at the next
Dominion election, due to take plac-;
some time next year, this announcement having been made at tbe regular meeting of the Labor party h'dd
yesterday evening, when a request
weas also made to all memler.s pres
ent that the name of the candidate
shoul] be kept secret until the next
meeting, which takes place on the
third Friday in January. A diligent
i by the News yesterday eve
i ii. failed to bring to light any mem
tier who would disclose the name of
tie nominee, but by a judicious questioning and the process of elimination the probabilities dwindle down
. ' men, one of whom will almost certainly be tbe nomin e
Thomas-  Turnbull,    Ralph   Wilson,
. ad s  G. Tidy comprise the trio, the
:   -���   ���     ��� i  being the  fa roril .    Mr.
��� a    lisappodnte 1     many    of    his
ib;   iii.   s .on ng hi   mide  In
manic   contesi. and     Is   not
likely  to  be   pul   forward   f<     hii
rs,    Mr.  Tidy  is  nol   the  stamp
,   .      bo  would    hank, r afl
honors,   and     is    mori n  t
Turnbull su
������- '. ��� . that his Candida uri   Is ex
a I Mr.  T rnbull
has  never as  yet     e n   backward   in
ng forward when a i>oli:ii
:: sigh    and has ben unusually
In  preparing the war
for the Labor nominee in the coming
i    .
J. S. Rainey,  who   Bee led
place In the three-cornered fight for
Provincial honors early in the year,
has announced that he will not In
future take a prominent part ln politics, and is therefore out of the running. W W. Forrestor, whose name
had been mentioned in connection
with the Labor party some weeks
ago, strenuously denies any such alliance, and must, therefore be counted
out.
The Canadian Labor party has a
campaign fund available at any time,
while the local branch is also in possesion of some monies left over from
the subscribed capital which was destined for use in the Provincial election. It is possible that levies will
be made on Individual mem'ers in
order lo successfully carry on the
election Ign. One of the officers of the p irty informed the News
last night that an offer of support
had been received, but he declined
to go into details.
At the meeting yesterday, the secretary, S. G. Tidy, was Instructed fo
draw up :i resolution protesting
ag ijnst the immigration of 5,000 Englishmen to BrlUsh Columbia early
in the new year, owing to the c ndi-
tlon of the labor market at the present time. A copy of the resolution
will I e for varded to the Hon. Frank
r, mini ti r of thi int- rior, ai an
early   da ��� .
��� - e I . which w.as larg ly attended, was a'.dress--'1 by M b rs.
Truce anl McCallum, of Vanco
and several local speakers, including
Messrs. Thomas Turnbull, Ralph Wilson,   P. fi.   iidy  and   V\ ���   s..., i,.
TOUGHS TERRORIZE TWO VICTORIES SCORED
vm nmausEis By MNSTER m
NEW ROAD PROPOSES   PERSIAN ENDORSES
10 CROSS IHE BRIDGE!     WORK Of SOCIETY
during  the  pTlst   few
,.     fancy -iilk and chiffon scarfs
W  '''I'M
t        I
'
'omhi
lni"'y "Tiprons,    jewAled
''""'>   lolls     fancy  tea
H*  "d :i Iwwi of oth. r fancy ar-
Im bh7 Btllff ot  obliging  young
1  Lhg counter have sug-
\antes, France. Dec. l9.~The diO-
cessan authorities have Investigated
,,,��� alleged miracle reported to have,
occurred in the village church at
nnn recently, and found it to have
teen an optical illusion caused by the
reflection of a church image upon
the sacred water as U�� candles,
moved. jfttajjh)      '
Victoria, Kee. l!0.���Two more .applications for permission to construcl
a railway In the province have been
made, one by Barnard and Robertson, and the other by l.ivIngstoiiQ.
Carrett ,v- King. The former i-i ror
permission to incorporate the Southern British Columbia Railway company with power to build and maintain a line commencing at a point six
uilles east of Kamloops on the main
line of the C. P. H. running through
Grand Prairie valley-and Salmon Arm
for a distance of 30 miles, nil in the
Kamloops district.
The second Is to incorporate a company to build and maintain a line from
a point on Nicola lake running along
the valley of thc-NlcoTa and Coldwater
rivers; thence along iho Coldwater to
the divide of Coquihnlla: thence to
the Junction of Couulhalla and Fraser rivers, near Hope; thence along
the soutb shore of the Fraser river
to the railway bridge at New Westminster and by the mo'U feasible
route to Vancouver, ... .
The New Wesl minster branch of
the Canada Bible society held Its re
organization meeting In the Queen's
Avenue Methodist church lasl evening. Owing to the inclement we ath
er, the   attendance    was    decidedly
small,   only   fourteen     people    being
present. The president, D, s. Curtis,
was In the chair. The devotional exercises were conducted hy the Hev.
W, H. Barraclough, assisted by the
Hev.   Dr, Taylor.
The reports of Hev. J. S Henderson, secretary, and K. I.. Webber,
treasurer,  were  read and  acci^tepd.
Dr. Isaac Adams, a Persian mis-
ilonary, at present In charge of the
Persian colony at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, gave a short talk upon
the benetlts to missionaries ln having the Bible translated Into the language of the people they were endeavoring fo proselytize.
The officers for t^ie ensuing year.
who are D. S.Curtis, president; Rev.A.
de B. Owen, secretary, and E. L.
Webber, treasurer, were then elected, and the meeting adjourned
Two rowdies, claiming to hail from
Portland, were literally picked up on
Columbia street last night an 1 carried to the "house." The two worthies, who refused to give th ir
names, were considerably the worse
for their frequent libations, and w re
attempting to sell what they said
was real Irish lace along the street.
reinforcing their selling arguments
by threats of dire bodily injury unless the listener speedily became a
purchaser. Becoming enthusiastic,
the pair came very near assaulting
an old m.an whom they approached
in one of the downtown hotels. The
proprietor telephoned for the police.
and Chief Mcintosh, accompanied by
Detective Bradshaw, responded. The
culprits proceeded to make things interesting for the police, but after a
severe struggle, Bradshaw    managed
to   manacle   Ihe   two     prisoners,   and
they vere dragged on a passing car,
en route for the station. On the oar
tbi y became unmanageable, and nol
wishing to raise any further disturb
ance In the car. the two were then
���dragged oil. a passing hack hailed,
and the pair of rulll.ans landed safely
in   the   "caboose."
But one drunk wetis picked up last
night .but he was so compi"tet.v drunk
thai   the   police  had   to  take'Spartan
measures to revive him, fearing that
he would die from the effect of the
liquor he hid taken.
Hi 11 > Sheaves wauled for assault
and contempt of court, was arrested
yetserday morning by the Provliic.il
police, r,U some place across Ihe river. It is supposed that he was taken
In at his presumed place of employment, the residence of one Williamson. This Is the bald statement issued to the press yesterday hy the
Provincial police. Information as to
fhe time and place of the arrest and
the identity of the officer who made
the arrost, was refused by the department, so lh.it the News Is not
able in this case to follow its usual
custom of giving all tbe news flrst,
and with complete detail.
GOOD CROWD WATCHES FAST
BASKETBALL GAMES���EXTRA
TIME   IN   SENIOR   EVENT.
"    .->���   5  ,*������ .
A crowd of about 150 braved the-
elements last night to travel to the
Armouries and see New Westminster
win two fast games from the senior'
and Intermediate teams of the Vancouver militii? The visitors, taken
man for man, were fully the equa's
of the home talent, but their lack of
team play is what lost them the game.
Fast brilliant team work on the part
of the Westminsters is all tnat won
them the games, as the teams were
very evenly matched as regards
' weight and skill.
i In the senior game, tlle score stood
13 .all ai tull time, so it was decided
to play until either team wou by
i making a lield goal, or two free goals.
' Lund then made a free goal, which
was quickly followed by a field goal
made bj Morrison, winning tbe secern! game b\ a score of 16 to 13.
The game between the Intermediates was a walkover for tlie home
boys, who won by a score of 24 to
9, Still, the score was largely tho
resull of clever team work, ami if
Vancouver pays more attention to
this and less to attempts at grand-
Btand throws, they may make dangerous opponents In the future.
lhe teams lined up M follows:
New Westminster lnierniediates���
Forwards, H.Sangster, Qilley; centre,
R. Sangster; guard.-, Odin, Spring.
Vancouver Intermediates���Forwards,
Schroeder, Bennett; centre, Fraser;
guards, Willis, Schack. Seniors, New
Westminster���Forwards, Robertson,
Morrison; .centre, Lund; guards,
Spring, Peele. Vancouvers���For
wards, Peacock, Selward; centre,
Kemp;  guards, .lohnston, Austin.
Officials for Intermediate game���
Referee, Austin (Vancouver). Timekeepers. H. Wiggins (New Westm n-
ster); Kemp (Vanerouver). Senior
game���Referee, T. Mahoney; timekeepers, H. Wiggins (New Westminster);   Bennett   (Vancouver).
m
. PAGE TWO
THE DATLY NEWS.
SATUPOav
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Opportunity   Still   Knock
Your DOOR!
t
Will   You   Open   It?
��!�����
���    o
SOME HAVE OPENED THE DOOR
HAVE BOUGHT WILL BUILD
HOMES. AND ENJOY A PERPETUAL FEAST OF BEAUTIFUL SURROUNDINGS.
NATURE HAS BEEN VERY KIND
TO NEW WESTMINSTER. AND TO
SAPPERTON IN PARTICULAR SHE
HAS LAVISHED ALMOST ALL HER
FAVORS��� SCENERY EVERYWHERE   IN   RIOTOUS   PROFUSION.
THOSE DISTANT MOUNTAINS
IN ALL THEIR MAJESTIC SPLENDOR. TOWERING HEAVENWARD,
UNTIL THEIR SNOW-CAPPED
PEAKS ARE ALMOST LOST TO.
VIEW IN THE DOME OF BLUE
ABOVE. CONSPICUOUS AMONGST
THESE, MOUNT BAKER RISES TO
THE HEIGHT OF 10,719 FEET,
THEN. AGAIN, THE EVERGREEN
WOODED SLOPES. THE MURMURING BROOKS UNDER GREEN
TREES, AND THE GRAND OLD
FRASER RIVER FLOWING GENTLY  IN THE VALLEY BELOW.
ALL THESE SPEAK OF PEACE,
AFTER A DAY'S TOIL AT DESK,
OR   MILL,   OR   PLOW.
A HOME 'N RIVER VIEW PARK
WILL BE A COMFORT TO THE
WEARY   IN   MIND   OR   BODY.
t*y#z*m*m*%#*H
i*yyc*>2
jstm
*>*>*>*>     4      4
�����     *     ���
$10
Starts  You
WE HERE SHOW YOU A CUT OF
RIVER    VIEW    PARK A��   HAVE
STILL A FEW LOTS N THI8 BEAU.
TIFUL PARK FOR SALE IN PARCELS OF -1, 8. OR ' . OTS, AT
BLOCK PRICE. WE ARE POSITIVE
LY SELLING THEM AT r
PER CENT UNDER THE PRESEN"
VALUE. AND WHE". NECE!
WILL MAKE TERMS TO SLIT PUR
CHASER. IF YOU WISH TO =-���
ALL CASH. WE WOLLD ALLOW A
SUBSTANTIAL   DISCOUNT
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. WE
MAKE YOU THE FOLLOWING 0C.
FER: 4 NICE LOTS FOR $500; i'i
PER LOT DOWN. AND $10 MONTHLY. THIS IS A CHANCE FOR THE
BOYS OR ANY ONE OF LIMITED
MEANS.
I AM ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN
YOU WILL DOUBLE YOUR MONEY
uN   THESE   LOTS VERY   SOON
FOR     FURTHER     PARTICULARS.
APPLY TO ONE OF THE OWNERS,
J,   W.  NEY,  OR  TO ANY   REAL ES
TATE   OFFICE   IN   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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J.  W.   NEY,   Windsor  Hotel,   New Westminster.   B. G
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I will sell you homes on goo |   terms  as  follows:
2 five room cotages at $900 each
3 five room cottages, new, tit $1250 each
1 four room cottage at    $1200 ���
What do you think ot a iot at $ 17r>; $25 cash, balance $10 per month, J
n ar the car line? ���
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Reliable brand of canned goods f
on the market this year is the |
TARTAN BRAND f
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P. PEEBLES t'L
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;. 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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\ One carload just in at
j Public Supply Stores |
! Geo. Adams, Proprietor ���
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Buy a home now that will net n  prolit  of $500 or $60"    �����   j])()|
Just such H proposition,   New House on Fifth avenue, 7 r����m'   ,-,���
em,    Two iota each 66x182 foot.   STou can Bell one of 'i1"''' ��    ,
$660,   All we asl; ls $2700 for this property.   Good terms, too
Into it.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANT .TURDA
Y. DEC. 21,  1907,
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
PROMOTION LIST OF
WEST m SCHOOL
(Continued from Page One.;
EVERY BIRD
GUARANTEED
ForX
mas
in the  Boys' school.    All  names appear in the order of merit.
Promoted from Division VII.. junior grade (Miss K.Burnett teacherj to
Intermediate grade: Lloyd Bent, Gordon Houghton, Victor Dashwood-
Joues, Leslie Osborne, Thomas Corbett. Fraser Allen, Kingley Har;. Norman Forrester, Thomas Scott, Elliott
Hanes, Alen Mackenzie, Douglas Diamond, Cecil Smith, James Cameron,
Charles Daw.-, Glendon Adams, Howard   MacDonald.-Ernest  Welsh, Reggie
Barraclough,   William  Johnson,    Gordon Whiteside and  Harold  Crawford.
Promoted from Division V., intermediate grade I.Miss L. Armstrong,
teacher) to senior grade: Frank Mayers, Solomon French, Clifford DeBeck,
Dougla Collister, Wallace MacLean,
William  Hood  and  Paul  Phipps.
Promoted from Division IV., (Miss
J. Rowan, teacher) to senior grade:
Herbert Bailey, Wlllard Scott, Harry-
Bond, Alen Sim. George Quoy, James
Phillips, Bertie Johnson and Thomas
Annandale.
In Division I., Walter McKay won
the prize for the best original essay
and Fred Staton won the prize for the
greatest improvement in penmanship.
These prizes were presented by J.
W. Creighton for competition among
the boys of this class.
Reichenbach
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BUTTERS & SEWELL
PROPRIETORS OF. THE
PURE FOOD SUPPLY CO.
(CASH STORES)
Invites the inspection of the Public
to their new Grocery Store which will
be open for business
Monday, December 23rd,
in the Burr Block, with a complete
line of staple and fancy
GROCERIES,
and solicit the patronage of the people
of New Westminster.
HUNDREDS TO   GHOOSE  FR&m
SALE   SATURDAY
Call and leave your order or Telephone 101
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Pickard   China
Call ami examine our stock ol the Pickard  China.      We   ar.
Agents for the  Pickard  Hand Painted CHINA In New Westminster.
Every piece guaranteed   hand-painted.      Also   a   line  of   the   iest
Liroows China.
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W. C. CHAMBERLIN, Th��*""*"
Agent Hamilton Watches
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CHOICE   CHRISTMAS
urkeys,      Geese,
Ducks   and   Fowls
'ACIFIC MEAT MARKET
cMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props. Phone 192
OAL! COAL!
New Wellington and Blacksmith's
COAL
Mayers & preston
p- <>. B.��  345 '""""  "*���
pEi FRONT STBEET. FOOT OF SIXTH. ��� ��� 0 WESTMINSTER
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender tor Puhlic Building, Ladysmith,
li. C." will be received at this office
until Wednesday, December 11, 1907,
Inclusively, for the construction of a
Public Building at Ladysmith, B. C.
Plans and specifications can be seen
and  tonus of tender obtained at this i
Department and on application to the'
Postmaster at Ladysmith, B. c.
Persons tendering are notified that
!.nil. is will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied,
;ind Blgned With their actual signatures.
Each tender innst be accompanied
bj an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
tin' Honourable the Minister of Pub-
Uc Works, equal to ten per cent (10
p. c.) of the amouni of the tender,
which will be forfeited If the person
tendering decline to enter into a contract when called ii|Kin to do so, or If
he fai! to complete the work contract- I
id for. ir the tender bo not accepted
the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order, i
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, '
Ottawa, November 13, 1907.
Newspapers will not lie paid for this
advertisement  if they insert lt without authority from the Department.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned, and marked "Tenders for Supplies," up to 1 p. m, Saturday, December 28th, 1907, for supplying tne hospital from 1st January,
1908, to 31st December, 1908, with the
following  articles:
Bread,   white  and   brown;
Beef;
Mutton;
Milk;
Drugs;
Groceries;
Wood, slabs, per cord;
Coal, washed nut; ,
Fish;
Funerals.
Detailed lists of drugs, groceries,
beef, mutton, and fish can be obtained   at  the hospital.
Neither the lowest, or any tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of the groceries and all
Information obtainable on application
to the Lady Superintendent, at the
hospital-
W.  H. KEARY,
Secretary R. C.  H.
New Westminster,  B.  C,
December 18th,   1907.
Gilley Bros,, Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DLaLERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement. Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Br -k   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
K*1*X<*X*Z*��X*Z<
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
HILL & GAUVREAU
Consulting Civil and Mining
Engineers, B, 0. Land Surveyors and
Draughtsmen
Tel. 37.
New Westminster, B.C.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fttfth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
24���-^��rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avme and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Blghth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKensle.
36���C. P. R. Station.
jjj Thejplace to "buyjyour  Furniture"at
thejeasy paymen��plan without
||ar extra charge
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cash prices on
interest!^
Max Freed Furniture Co.
62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. G.
jjj Complete   House  Furnishers
a   All   orders  promptly  executed; carefully packed free of charge.
���^H PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS
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TOYS !    TOYS /
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��� Don't forgei that we have a f.ill line of Toys, all new stock, which
+   wo are selling at less than eastern prices. <,
f   Our line of Doll., ut $1.00 and $1.50 can't bt- equalled. 4'.
��� PRICES ARE RIGHT |
��� Every FRIDAY we have a   special  sale of Choice  Home Mide  Can-  ��� )!
X   'lies. ���
SATCRDAY we will sell a popular brand of 10c Cigar.; at 4 for 25c.  J
Two for a quarter at 3 for 25c. I
C. A. McKILLOP,
BROOCHES
CUFF   LINKS
SCARF  PINS
RINGS
CHAINS
NECKLACES
PENDANTS
WATCHES
���    Phone 310.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
SUCCESSOR TO R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily N'ews Full-
lishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New Westminster, B   C
E.  A.   Paige. .
MARKET REPORT
.Managing   Director
...   ���. i.i.,
SATURDAY.  DEC. 2!
THE   YALE   TRUNK   ROAD.
��
The condl i in of the V ������-.- road is
such that it is almost Impassable at
ih.   preseni time and Industrie upon
��iin li il..- 1.' iple of r.i" di itricl are
depending an n al!.1 tied up becau e
the w,tg<'ii road 1^. .is it bn.- een
.son after season, so cm up thai
iy wagons sink clean to the hubs, und
this notwithstanding thai representations have een ma :��� i ain md ,i^...:i
to the Provincial government whose
duty it is, under the Carnarvon (erms
ni' . ent, to ki ep : .1 ; runk
roads  in   repair,
Tinie- an.I again has the Prenii r
promis d that the necessary work
would ; 1   done t.. mai e oad in
a 11,0,. in ��� : mam i.e. since 'li - Province had allowed -: to get in the
state it is. because of the lack ���>!
proper repairs which weather conditions and traffic made necessary.
Mr-Harry Freeman, who has a large
iilani  at Aldergrove and ships a' Ab-
botsford station,  was ie.  town yesterday and  was so loud  in hii d nuiici-
atlon  of thi    Pri mil r's   broke .    ir u,
ises that  ibe Columbian had to take
the matter up iu its    l- ader 01' last
night and, as is i\- habit, i-rets away
from the 1 ��� ���-- J point al Issue and cites
instances in which the Dominion gov-
ernnieni   built   roads   in   other   piov-
inces, but i.iite to give an instance in
���Abii'li   it  has   repaired   roads.      The
Vd    trunk  load  was built before tbe
Province    came    into    confederation,
and  the  Dominion  gov. rnment   is  in
no sense morally or  legally  required
Jo  repair this highway, and tue suggestion is arrant nonsense. The facts
ii'���   that   the   Premier.   Hon.   Richard
McBride, has repeatedlly promised to
the piople of the district most interested that this section,  now impassable, should be put in a good conditioti
-so \_)ni heavy  traffic  could  traverse
it at all times of the year, and as is
his habit,   forgot  or  disregarded  tho i j
promises   made  and  it   matt rs  little j
to him what, suffering is entailed by I
���he struggling rancher,  who is trying.
to raise a few dollars by taking shin-,
gle bolts to the mill    and hoping toi
have   some   Christmas  cheer  for  his j
family.      The   cold,   hard,   relentl ss |
nature of the Egotist cares little foj*j
the suffering iis broken promises en-i
tail.    The  Columbian  deals with his'
broken   promises  in  the  case  of  thf
Asylum; why does it not take the man-!
ly side now and demand that justice ;
be done to these jwor struggling settlers around  Aldergrove and Abbots-'
ford?    ii   would   command  mor.  respect than  the    gathering of young
oen 'o bear the empt:   platitude   of
a  man who lias not  the flrsl quality
of a stati -man. r> B| e t !'��� r l.i - promises.
yesterday's market will go 'down
, to history as the largest ever held
in this city, Provisions of all kinds
ni re plentiful, and buyers were
many. Prime hind-quarters of be f
brought from 7 to 8 cents; prime
forequarters from 5 to ('. rents. Beef
was plentiful, and in prime condition
sold readily at quotations. Prime
lamb sold at 11 rents, and mutl 1 ������
lii. Supj lies were shon an I much
in di manrl. There was a fai ��� :
of pork; and dem in I eno 1 ;h to keep
the prii e for prime pork it* eei 9
an l lo cents, Veal, which sol I at ll
cents for medium calves, and ; to S
for large, was fairl; wi 11 old, pr ������
calvi s being especially   souj hi   :���
There was a good supplj of eggs
which sold at 50 to 55 cent . 1 tail
and a; 45 cents wholesale, Fowl wer-
held at from $6.50 to $8.50 per d< zen,
Chickens, for which there was a Iargj
demand in the well-grown irds, esold
at from $4.50 to $6.50, while ducks
for which there was a fair demand
won. all sold nt quotations. There
were plenty of turkeys in evidence,
and prime birds wi r ��� more In demand and higher prlcefl than ti ��� ������
of inferior quality. They sod at 26
to 28 cents per pound, live weigl I
and at 30 rents per pound dn
Dressed chickens were to be had at
from 22 to 25 cents per pound. Live
geese brought from $1 to $1.25 each,
and dressed geese found many buy-
ers at 20 cents per poun I. Appl s
brought from 80 con's to $1.25 pel
box, according to variety, wh Ie p ���
fatoes found ready sale at $18 per
ton.
DIAMONDS
STEEL   ���   BLUE   WHITE   WESSELTONS,   FROM     1-61   TO   2       CARAT.
PRICES   FROM   $8.75   to   $300.00.
BRACELETS
STUDS
EMBLEM   PINS
LOCKETS
WATCHES
ALL   SIZES,      FROM  $1.00  UP   TO   $150.00.
Dorer
Goldsmith     Silversmith     Diamond   Merchant
Columbia  St.,   Next  Tram  Oflice
TNE    YUBA
AGNES  ST..  NEAR  SIXTH   ST
[Not from Teachers Wanted-Male.
Ottawa or Japan ���
Room and ; rd,  $6.00      $8.00 pe (, , , me ror High School    anel one for
Meal Tickets, $5.00. ll?    V        If set.lie I common    Bchool,    New Westminster,
Individual  Tables.     General   Read CfllSCheap lHvOY question   for commencement ��f nexi term
iie- Room.   Applications received until the   0th
 instant.
Just   have your garments, I x'-!
W. IN.  Draper       with the Union   Label
attached,   made by    :    :
J. N. AITCHISON
Secretar
B. C. Land
Surveyor
f.llard   BIock.    N?w  Wi-��tmlniter,  ��!.C     Columbia St.
New^Westminster |
x- ADVERTISE >
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
���
PRINTING
Have j     ���  , :   .
ton n bi
ie gh gr
Jackson & Morrison!
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Afcsolutelv    PURE
IS THE FLOUR
MANUFACTUPwED  BY  THE
Easterbrook
Milling
OFEBURNE
Co,
in lasl nighl a Columbian were
found the following word.-;: "When
'Onr Dick' comes u< town, pun.' politics cul  no figur ."
Ono would imagine   the Columbian
were referring to a deml-god, a prophet, a saint, or a  might} preacher, 1
Insted of tho Honorable Richard McBrlde.
To  those   Wno honestly  ami   truly|
know our Did;, it is to laugh, while I
to those who do not, such adulations
aro too sycophantio to do aught but!
harm.
Granby Smelter to Resume.
Grand forks, Dec 20.���At a meet-1
lng of tho labor union hi Id here last'
evening a 'vote was taken on the
ijuestuiti of going bad; to work at |
reduced wages, the result of which, ;
however,  will  not le  made public un-!
til a similar voio has be u taken at
Phoenix   toaig&t.
It. i.s fully considered that hoth par- ;
ties are  now   being   brought   nearer
tog&tber .and  that   things  look  bette.''
now   for  a  KcUloment.    of  the labor j
um Iter trouble tlian ' eretof ire.
A lady should never forget to say���
IMPERIAL
-when she wants to obtain the very best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled ior Pastry       TRY     IT
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for   fcrminal,   and   see that you get it.
Feed of   all   Kinds.      Hay
The Easterbrooke Milling Co.
McQUARRIE   &   CO.  Local Agents.
112 Front Street.
TVflrcwsraw^*.*
mas
X
Gift
s
For Men
HERE ARE A FEW SU66ZSTIOHS FROM Ol/R
BEAVTIFl/L .STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS
.5MOK1N6 COAT J * 3,50 To
LoUNfi'INfl RORE.S    J J .00
NECKWEAR  SO
UMBRELLAS  1.00
VESTS. FANCY  2.50
BRACED, FA.T. {  1.00
HOSIERY. PLAIN, FANCY... 25
HANDKERCHIEF j  25
EVENING DRE.5,5 } LO-   ...
TECToR-5  J.00
JHIRTJ  J.00
UNDERWEAR, SUIT  I.50
KID GLOVES  I.��5
PYJAMAJ  1.50
NI6HT RoBEJ         75
-5WEATERJ  2.00
HATS  2.50
STEAMER KUGS  Q.00
bAGS AND SU\T CASES  2.00
S\n.oo
12.00
1.50
7.90
5.75
\.n
n
1.00
2.50
2.00
710
4.00
2.50
2.00
4.00
5.00
J 4.00
J5.00
RL. DeBECK
OPP. p.o
The Clothier.
new wtsrmnsr^
Jjm.,,lZ.'.   ; tordav.
DEC. 21,  1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE FTVTB
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The Cash Stores
Mil
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Christ
mas
Everybody hos Something Io Spend on Something for Somebody ot Christmas.
and This Store has Something for Everybody
Suggestions and hints as to what to give will be
appreciated, as we strive to save you money on
every purchase. The prices back up the statements,
and the last words are,
"Shop in the   Morning
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mother 14
Linens
This time Carving Cloths and Centre Pieces get
Marching orders.
Buy S. B.  Runners,  72 and 54in., at $1.28,75c and 50c
Can save you much on Fine Table Linens.
Winter Coats for Girls, 8 to 14 years,
at $2.25
Don't let the low price mislead you, They are well worth $3.75 to $5.00, but
the time has come to make a final clearance.   So come now and profit,
A Grand  Climax for    Friday   in   the
Blouse   Department
This blouse sale has brought hundreds of new customers [to the^store,
that's something, for once thev taste of thess splendid bargains they'll come
again. Now we add to the offering Fifty Elegant Silk Waists at $2.25.
You would scarcely credit it. So come and see for yourself. $4.00 and $5.00
fine Japanese Taffeta Silk Waists, pleated, tucked and trimmed with Valenciennes Lace, at $2.25.
Gents' long Turkish Bath Robes, with hood, two side pockets, cord and tas-
sels at waist and neck; $9.50 value for $6.25.
!    aled Silk H. S. Handkerchiefs,   10 doz.   only;  clearing at 26c.   larger
at 50c, 65c, 75c and $1.00.
Give Trefousse Gloves and give the best!    Sold hero at old  price, $1.50 up.
!;i;- :k, tan, mode, navy and white, in all sizes.
22 and 25 in. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, latest mountings, of gold silver, gun-
netal and natural wood handles, best Paragon frames, barrel runners and
���"""'I rods; prices range from $1.50, $2.25, $3.50, $5.00 up to $8.50 aud $11.50.
Hundreds of Little Gift Articles at 25c and 35c. Such as fancy combs, pins,
hat pins, fancy lace collars, purses, bead necklaces, gloves and ties.	
Another sale cf Trimmed Hats up to
$15.00 each for $4.95
100 Ends of Fine Wool Blousing
Clearing 3 yds for $1.25
Open Tonight |T
t"i 10 p. ���r. |   ���
D
MATH
Open Tonight
till 10 p.m.
jCity News
del a box of B. C. Cigar- for your
Imas gift **
Due :a al   Reich n achs. **
Kyle & Son are still selling II 1 s.
of creamery butter for $1. **
Mr. and Mre. .1. H. Campbell, of
Third avenue, are mourning the lose
of their five-weeks-old son,  Who di- d
yesterday afternoon.
Several cheap lota for sale, close
to car, in .Sapperton and West Knd;
|li"i" each; easy terms. White, Shiles
& Co., city. ������
Feir cut flowers, Douqueu    or fun-
; eral  designs   telephone   T.   Davies  &
Sou, li. 208- "���
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLeod are
leaving today for a four weeks sojourn in  California.
Buy China for Xmas presents
the place to buy it. is at Adams and
Deans. **
Adams and Deans is the place to
buy groceries if you consider quality
and   '.rices. **
W. Norman Bole, K. C., returned
to the city yesterday after spending
a few days at Harrison Hot Springs.
Geese  at  Reichenbachs, **
3 modern G-roomed houses to rent,
on car line. $22.50 per month. White,
S   . -s  &  Co.,  city. **
:;   lordship Bishop Dontenwlll will
conduct, a confirmation service at the
irch   of  the    Sacred   Heart,  Port
Gul ton,  on Sunday .afternoon-
Leave your orders for turkeys anl
geese at Adams' Public Supply stores.
No,   1   birds, drawn anil undrawn.   **
Mistletoe and Holly for your dec-
orations. Ring up Tidy,  florist. A184.
You cannot do better than purchase
your Turkeys, Gtese and Chickens at
Benson and Ayling's. Fruit, confectionery and fresh fish daily an.l always  in  store. **
The next regular meeting of the
newly organized Local 29:; of the
Cooks' an.l Waiters' union will take
lil.ec- In the Eagles' hall on Saturday.  Dec.  28.
6 room cottage, goo I garden. 3-
stall stable; immediate possession.
Price $1250; $750 cash, bal. on easy
twin.-.    White, Shiles Ai Co. **
Do you want a new cottage on a
large lot, below market value? We
can suit you for$1000, only $400 cash
and balance easy. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon Hotel.
Major and Mrs. Morris, Salvati 'n
Army provincial officers, will be in . _
charge of the afternoon and evening Jj
services at the Army hall. Begbie Xi
street, tomorrow.
Buy your Xmas candies at  Kyle's,
Front streeet. 3 lbs.   for 25c ** |
ISBCKIEEJ
��*,ixm&��^,2itKaaaWMM'
The Shadow of Santa Clan*." is
th" title of t:n> cantata which will
(lose the St. Barnabas Christmas f-n-
tertainment of Friday evening of
next week. The program for the evening include- singing, recitations, action songs anil drills b.v the children
of the Sun.lay school, who are being
trained   by   their   teachers.
The annual ball of the Ath nta
Hockey club was h^ld In St. George's
liall last night. Ther. w re about
fifty couples present, and after the
dance, a dainty supper was served.
The affair broke up about two o'clock
and all present declared they had
passed a most enjoyable evening.
Chickens at  Reichenbachs. **
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FULL LINE OF 1
Christmas Goods
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Drugs,
Toilet Articles,
Leather Goods,
Fountain Pens,
In Special Christmas Wrappers ������
Fancy Stationery,
Hand Mirrors,
Triple Mirrors,
Lowney & Webb's
Chocolates, in Boxes of ff
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all sizes from 25c to $5 ||
Cigars, 10ys and25s     ||
In Neat Christmas Boxes
F. J. Mackenzie
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Good  flour  $6.60    per
Kyle's, Front street.
barrel,    at     ,
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DRUGGIST
Everyone is a star in the Williams
Original Dixie Jubilee Singers, which
is booked in the Opera house for New
Year's night. C." P. Williams is the
funny man of the company, but
though rich in laughs, at no time is
his fun offensive.
Phone 66.
P.O. Box 217
Dominion Trust Block.
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Turkeys at  Reichenbachs. **
Five   Roses  and    R.   H.   flour,  at'
Kyle's. Front street. **i|
I
W.   SymcocK,  the  shipbuilder    a<d
tug boat owner, who has ueeTMind r
treatment in the Royal Columbian
hospital for the pasl few days, is reported to be progressing favorably,
and win be able to leave that Institution shortly.
Christmas turkeys and geese.dfawnl
and undrawn, at George A<lams' Pu -
lie  Supply  stores.       Leave  your or-'
tiers early, **
Before renewing your fire insurance j
policy for 1908, call on White, Shiles
& Co., and get their companits' rec-1
ordg  for   prompt    payment  OF losses
during  1907. **
The following are the Subjects selected for the services at the Olivet
llaplist church tomorrow: Morning,
1 "Tlu' Disciple Whom Jesus Loved";
evening, "The Changes in Society
M.ide by the Incarnation." The Riv.
Dr. Rugg will preach in 'Loth instances.
The promotion exercises at Sapper-
1 ton school were concluded yesterday
afternoon, the showing made by the
children being most creditable. A
special prlzo given by Trustee Thornber for regularity and punctuality,
was qualified for b.v two of th ! children, with the result that Mr. Thornber decided to duplicate the prize offered, thereby making J. R. Duncan
and Gertie Oatrenbi rg happy.
Crash! Glass!
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.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAy'DEC.2l
'iel
The London Police Whistle.
What ie the most powerful weapon
h man can carry against the i>ossible
dangers of nocturnal London] For
general utility aud for special emergencies you cannot���at least such is
one night rambler's experience beat
tbe ordinary police Whistle. In addition to Its services a.< a cab caller���one
for a prowler, two for a bansoin���there
are times, happily extremely rare.
\\ ben it may prove a tower of strength.
One such occasion the writer can re
call. About two hours after midnight
ln a ipiiet byway. An agitated elderly
gentleman at an open door, which he
1- afraid to enter. The lock has heen
forced and within may be���burglars!
Have you seen a policeman? No. But
three blasts on tbe whistle and the deserted pavement swarms with them.
From every corner one arrives, and
the house is surrounded. The home
going citizen knows not by what forces
he is encompassed till he sounds that
whistle in his or some one else's emergency.   London Standard.
When  the   Snuffbox   Went   Round.
A curious characteristic of the earlier
days of club life was the almost universal practice of snuff taking and Its
very slow replacement by the use of
tobacco. It was part of a gentleman's
education to manipulate a snuffbox elegantly, and the possession of a number
of costly specimens of those receptacles
was Indispensable, explaining why
tmnlTboxes of every variety in egold,
silver, enameled and jewel incrusted.
nre nowadays so largely found among
the curiosities of the collector. There
wore snuffboxes kept full In every
room In the clubhouse, and the frequent call for it by an Irritable old
member was one of the bits In Bul-
wcr Lytton's play "Money." The supply of snuff was made gratis to members. The cost amounted to ��2n or
��30 a year, and as the Indulgence In
��� bacco In tins form gradually gave
way to that of smoking the expenditure was thought unnecessary.���Fortnightly Review.
Ccstiy  Keys.
One thousand sei en hundred poi
was tin' sum giveti by Counl Ad
i!.. I! ithschild I'm' what may be s
... ! valuable key In the sv
It   is   marked   n Ith   the  arn
Strozzi   family and   is  believed   I
the   work  of  the  greal   it ilian
Benrenuto Cellini,  who flpurisbe
the sixteenth century. The key b
eled out of a block of steel, presi
two grotesque female figures and
mented with various masks and sc
Anothi .��� .   stly key. which formerly b i
: aged to the Medici famllj, is ii
South   Ke.   ��� .;. m   museum,   Loi
The upper part, of the bow rests up m -
square   temple,   inclosing   a   stam
figure, exquisitely chiseled, holding a
shield.   The pipe consists of a column
with a CxirinthUm oxiniluJ
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
'-'Westminster Iron Works!
GENERAL MACHINE ANU K.NUINI
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKHJUK. and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   Worn,   meiudiu*
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence tn
7lted.
JOHN RfID,
BEJGBIifl STKi-JBrr.
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pione��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 in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
i.U TWrd St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or
CLEARANCE  SALE
Of New and Second Hand
Furniture, Stoves, Pictures, Lamps Et
The entire contents of my Front street sto
must be disposed of at once as the buildine- ie+ ?
k   IS If) Kp
This  is
altered and two stories added,
portunity   to buy a complete outfit al
onable figure.
vour
op-1
a very rea*
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C. WILLIAMS
X Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333  |
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CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8   A.M.    TO    11   P.M As Usual
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uperb Stock!!
Books,   Fancy   Goods, Toys,
Beautiful  Calendar
Xmas Cards, etc.
j. J. MACKAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEJ
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FOR some time you have been planning to get hold of a nice little farm���something not to big, and conveniently near town.
Such a place as you could live on during the summer, for instance, and which would yield you all the farm and dairy supplies you would need and pay for itself besides.   We have just such a place for sale.    It has been placed in our hands exclusively and must be sold within the next week or two.
SITUATION-The property consists of parts of Lot 132, Group 2, New Westminster District, containing 22 acres. The situation is
charming; on the South bank of the Fraser River, about 5 miles from the city, on the new river road to Ladner.
IMPROVEMENTS- Of the 22 acres, 9 are thoroughly cleared and under cultivation. The land is level and the soil is of that rich
nature which has made the Delta of the Fraser famous for its agricultural products. Nine acres have been thoroughly
cleared and placed under cultivation and the whole tract, besides being benefited by the Delta dyke, has been thoroughly
ditched and drained.
BUILDINGS - The improvements include a fine, well built and well finished residence, with six  living rooms etc.
$2,200.   There are also the usual farm out buildings, including two chicken houses.
Easily worth
M��<
WATER FRONTAGE   The water frontage extends for a distance of 480 feet, and consists of one of the most valuable assets; for
at this point there is splendid deep water, while the proximity of the Great Northern Railway Co.'s new line to Blaine offers
additional shipping facilities, so that the frontage alone, for mill, cannery or other manufacturing purposes should easily be
worth the price now being asked for the whole.   Upon the frontage also is situated a GOOD WHARF with large WAREHOUSE and a large SCOW HOUSE also is thrown into the bargain.
THE PRICE The price is only $5,000, and the cash payment required is only $2,500, or even $2,000 [if other considerations are
satisfactory: balance to be arranged as desired. This is an opportunity which should not be allowed to go without your investigation,
Daily steamboat besides semi-weekly steamer from Victoria.    Good wagon road.   Railroad near.   Fishing and shooting.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. Vidal, J. P., Manager Real Estate Department.
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���JA IrDAY.
DEC   21,  1907.
THE DAILY Ni:\vs.
PAOB SEVElV
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HOW  ABOUT
For
SHOES
Christmas
We Can Suggest Nothing Better Than Shoes or Slippers for Xmas
The following are some of the many lines we are offering the trade at a reduction of from 10 to
30 per cent, off our regular selling price
Great
Reductions in
Mens Fine
Shoes
Men's $4.50  Fine   Kid   Boots with  heavy soles    $3.50
Men's $4.50  Box    Calf  Leather hned   Boots : $3.25
Men's  $5.00  Velour  Calf   Bluchers $4.25
Men's $6.00   Kangaroo   Leather lined   Boots $4 50
M-n's  $3.00   Box  Calf   Boots  for $2.25
Men's $6.00   Patent  Leather  Button   Boots  for $4-75
Men's  French   House  Slippers $1-00 a  pair
Men's Chocolate   Kid  House   Slippers $1-75 a pair
Men's Tan Kid  Nullifers $2.25 a  pair
Men's Black Kid Nullifers $2.25 a pair
Men's Snake Skin Slippers   $2.70 a pair
Men's  Fine  Kid  Comfort Slippers $1.15   a  pair
Men's  Carpet  Slippers 45c a pair
Ladies'
Comfortable
House
Slipper
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Women's  Red  Felt  Romeos  $1.35 a  pair
Women's   Low Cut   Felt Slippers $1.15 a pair
Women's   French   Felt   Slippers 90c a pair
Women's   Elastic  Front   House Slippars 90c a pair
Women's Fine Strap  Evening Slippers   $1.25 a pair
Women's   Fleece   Lined   Buskins   $1.25 a pair
Mow About  Shoes for thc Children
Boys'
Boots
Boys Box Calf Boots with hjavy
soles, good wearers, our $2.25 kind
for $1-M
Boys' Fine Kid Boots���our $200
kind for   *1-5��
Boys' $2.50 Bellows Tongue Waterproof Boots for  $2.00 a pair
Youths'
Boots
Youths' Boots,    sizm    10 to13, our
$1.75 line for  $1.40
Youths' $1.75 Grain Leather Waterproof Boots for  $1.50
Youths' Fine Kid Boots with nickle
eyelets, our $1.75 line for $1.25
Youths' Hand-made Box Calf Boots,
our bei-t $2.00  ..Shoe for $1.80
How About a Pair of Ladies' $4.50 Patent Leather Boots for $3.50
This American
Boot
In Patent Leather, (-Jun
Metal or Kid for $3.50 a
pair.   A Regular $4.50 line.
Whether Working Shoes or Fine
Shoes��� this is the store that
can shoe you.
This Patent Leather
Button Boot
All sizes and widths, a regular priced $6.00 Boot for
$4.75 a pair.
t witl pay you well to take advantage of these Shoe Prices���They will not last much   Longer���
,-, discount on anything from a Shoe Lace to an  $1 I.OO "Dizer Boot"
JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe House, Limited
i  Sign of the Big Electric Boot Columbia St.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS
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CALENDARS f
Cnnstmas Cards
Christmas Postal
.Novelties
BIG  LOT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
TURNBULL'S
BAKERY
4th and Columbia Sis.
��� ������.i
APPLES
"GOOD ONES"
No bitterness  in  WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.       It is piquant'
in saltness- bid delicate, giving just
ethe right savour.    Use no other.
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We have a fine assortment, of I
APPLES, eatin? and  cooking; }
ranging In  price $1.00. $1.25, [
$1.50. j
etfllliriilW. LOCAL NLltS
NEW   DATES.
FIGS
AND   NUTS  1
J4P ORANGES
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies. |Fresh
taffy. G. B. chocolates.
Bread 5c per loaf.
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Come and have a look at
our Xmas eCake before buy-1
ing elsewhere.
30c per pound.       It'is, good
ADVERTISE t
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
If  You   WANT  HELP.
l^ast     shipment   befoiv   Xmas;
rtie best this season   	
   60c per box
PURE MAPLE SUGAR 10c a Cake
We have a fine assortment of
"GOOD'' Chocolates, In fancy
(CEN,
CA.W&SH
Ihe People's Grocer
P. S.��� Try a sack of onr Hungarian Flour���better than
Lake of the Woode or Royal
HousfhoM���and tb" price is
less: $1.7.". per sack- We are
selling lots of it. Repeal orders  every  day.
mirgMrwaAsmasrziaa
-uxr. t3immMmj��ampiat��ji3SBSB^rjtwaakm^asmV^mitmii
A splendid selection of new Sy
imported goods from the
Celebrated Sheffield Makers
eO
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.       ....
Tei. 65
The enteretalnment given by the
children of Mrs. F. Broad's class In
Bt Georgi 's hall yesterda} afternoon
was very well attended, and went off
. with greal eclat, over I'm people being present    The youngsters gave a
j performance very creditable to them
! selves and their teachers.
I
We are agents for the I. II. C, g.as"-
! line engines.    Thi?se engines are giving universal satisfaction.    Abbott &
; Hyde, next Guichon hotel. *
The local union of Christian En-
I deavor, of which Prof. A E. Ethering-
| ton is president, will hold Its last ral-
i ly for 1907 in the Queen's avenue
j Methodist church on Monday evening.
Dec- 30. Addresses will be delivered
| by the Rev. Rotert Milliken, of Vancouver, and Rev. .1. S. Henderson.
I
The B. C. Cigar factory is manufacturing six different brands of cigars. *
The regular Sunday services will
be held at the Queen's avenue Methodist church tomorrow, at 11 a. m.
and 7 p.m.; Sunday school and Bible
classes at 2:30 p. ni.. anil Junior
league at in a. m. The Christmas
services will be as follows: Pastor,
morning subject, "Christmas Lessons": evening topic. "Tlie Precious
Name." The church will !'.. appro
priately  decorated.
The oiivf Baptist Sunday Scb^sl
will give ,i Christmas Cantal i entitle ;
"Santa's Shadow" on Mondaj evening,
Dec. 23rd.    I eight o'clock. **
Si rvices will tie held in most of the
city  churchi > oa  ! moi ning
an I in thi tie
teriors will    ���     ' I   w j h  holly,
iv.\. and'other .- asonable evergreens.
At SI hurch,    hoi    com-
munio ter  I .r  8 a.
111.,      CV   li] - -���   rmO   e .:
.  m.   Anthems    .mi
i Ihrte tm: ols will ti    end<    id h)
the choir
flow wo cli      Ha>ana
like thc "Brlllai for X-:. is    ���*
���y . ���        irinti    ha i ;a ide his
i city,  -,i small  job
���  v  i;. operation in thc
Wesl End. This firm is contracting
for work among the city merchants. '
the two partners claiming thai they
,.., able to considerably underbid the
white i rimers oa accounl of their
cheaper warhmen. Handbills and,
.. |g< rs are the specialties bo tor
turned out by the new firm, and the
work exported is iar from being credits le, the grammar and general arrangement being of the crudest v ;r
iety. Everj typographical rule and
tradition is rudely shattered by thesel
japs who, in the sample of their
work under review, spell Christmas
without an "h" and refer to the "An-
Iversal" sale of a newly established
Oriental  ster.'.
Dan McCaskill, of the Surrey hotel,
takes exception to a statem. nt made
to the effect thai Billy Sheaves, now
under arrest for assault and dlsre
gardlng a summons to court, was a
few days ago drinking at his hotel.
Mr. McCaskill is steward of a club
run in connection with that place,
and only members are permitted to
lee served with liquor. Sheaves w
not connected with the club, and has
several times been refused drinks on
that account. A few nights ago,
Sheave* attacked W. J. Ahern in the
club room, after the latter had refused to buy him a drink. Ahern still
bears the marks of the encounter,
his lip having been cut, and several
other bruises being noticeable on bis
face  and neck.
No firm
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i! ��������� * better record    ''���������������
larter of
been  I efore the I    i
has aiwaj s    ! (jen    to      asi       Va   i
���   ��� iui .!,-������  we  have ONE OF THE
BEST DRUG  BUSINESS
HOLIDAY   rRAD
���i   ���
e
Bags, fifty cents to s.x dollars! Dres-
ing Cases. Mirrors, Smokers'
Carryalls, Travelling Cases, Manicure
Sets, Ladies' Companions. Fancy
Chocolates, Hair Brushes. Military
es. Spectacles, Safety Razors,
Fountain Pens, Side and Back Combs,
iving Sets, Cigar Cases Perfumes.
Fancy Soaps, etc.. etc.. etc. at prices
to suit everybody.
our store,
I Drug, Spectacle & Seed Siore
fl   F, W. He-ath, late of Ottawa, in charge
of the Optical   Department.
New Bakery
H. C. MARK &SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
The John A. Lee Furniture House is the
place where you can get value for your
money. For instance, Child's Rockers
$1.00 to $4.00, Adults' Rockers $1.25 to
$35.00, 500 of them in oak, mahogany,
cobbler seats, leather seats, upholstered
seats, any style you want. We have 75
beautiful steel engraved Pictures with
two inch weathered oak frames. Regular
$3:50 for $2.00. What is there more acceptable than a nice Book-case? They
run from $5.00 up to $50.00, quartered
oak and well finished. Another good
suggestion: Take our stock of Couches
from $6.50 up to $60.00, the best that can
be manuractured,in all colors and material
FACTORY���Cor.   Fourth   avenue  and
Second  street.
STORE��� Sixth street, next Columbian
and near the Post Offlce.
A full, fre.sh supply of Bread  anil
| choice    Confectionery    constantly on
! hand,   at   roth  places.
Phone:     0 359.
^���to
This Store is Open
Evenings
For the convenience <>f shoppei .    Horn
���    ���
day.    We are doing everything we can to maki
which rn do your shopping fur Xmas,   [f po   |
:\ pleasure.    We want  y.'ii to feel    free   to   loo
' !,
;'   0
��� ver you  fei I  inclined     Everything ls su
A New
Coat
Sure to be Appreciated
If there Ih any Indie,
the  melJai i    al ti
needs a  new
w
*tIon -hat
toughs
eoati *���'��>��� not ]��
your choice ot , x ... .-...^
f:'l! ":' '' '': ' ���'���'��� I ...'-Slid
as   Shown   her. .
Ladies' Coats i��� n,.. Q���m
stylet, in guch material! u
Tweed   In  fan ...   atrf
stripes, Broadcloth., . i Be,w
cloths, ��� ach |6 $2505
Children's  Coats.     These  are   shewn  in line Twei
finish,  all  new.  especially  bought  for  the  Chr  tn
s li wai     . '
tra Ic
���    "    '"      $750
Misses' Tweed  Coats, in   threee-quarter length .       j,--
;'' ,  $13.50
Infants'   Bearskin   Coats   and   I'arai a! coats.al
Special Prices on Furs
For the Christmas Shopping
M
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Erown   Marmot   Ruffs,
I darl les; i
���
Genuine  Mink  Collars. .       ���
and    	
Among the' ��� .
-���   T     e ���    .- Blacl'  F
rang! ric<   fro
FUR    .      . .
Twenty  only   Fur   Ruffs,   ia :- Coon,   H li
FUR  MUFFS FOR $1.00 EACH
Real    001,    en IceaUe
! rie
��� . r un.   \,
���  .
The Neckwear Department
Solves Many a Gift Problem
With   hundreds   of   inexpensive styh     In   Lace.   Linen    and 5-
Collars and Ties to choose from,  you  can always  And
sure to be appreciated by man. woman  or child.
Ladies' Fancy Collars, of Bilk and   chiffon,  in seasonable  ��� "vv  '"' ���
$1 00  to     $350
Ladies'  Lace Ties, of fine Oriental  Ince.     lengths  .1(1  to ""- Inches:
25e   to       $3.50
Embroidered Linen Tab Collar* now   worn  on   all  occasions;    w:~
35c   to     $1.00
Boys' Windsor Tie*, made of best   washing  silks,     in   spots,  [��!aUs
nnd plain colons;   each 25c to M*
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
New Westminster
247 Columbia Street,
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
Columbia Street
Open every night until Xmas New Westminster, B. C
$250 Cash
Will Buy a
HOUSE
(Sec. 5-6) Nice new 8-room house,
painted, electric light,*water, good lot,
handy to Columbia street car line,
$250 cash and $20 per month will buy
this house and secure you a home.
Enquire for price.
F J. Hart & Co.
Ji.m+Al^.Zt^'m
usm
I LIMITED.
New Westminster. Chiiliwack.
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are tin' Bi si
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New We.tmln����'
Telephone 8^
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CfNTRAl MEAT
PHONE B 284
Choice  Meals  and Chick*
n. tm
Vancouver.
cn hand.
Corner Kigbth St ��nd
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JjLb-j.,':   :��� IfllRDAY,
DEC. 21,  1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
SPECIALS   TO-DAY^
Men's and Boy's Llulliiiiij
al Half Price
Handkerchiefs
.-ilk Handkerchiefs, regulai ::������ vaiue
:" 25c
Silk Initialed Silkim- Handkerchiefs
e.t 2 for 25c. Reg price 35c.
Children's SilKine Handkerchiefs, regular price 26c.  Sale price. 5C
Colored Bordered Silklne Handkerchief!, regular :i5<-. sale  10c
Men's Wool Underwear, regular 7>
viilue.  Sale price     35c
Men's Heavy drey Woollen Sox, regular price.  Ii5c  Sale price, pair,   15c
65 dozen MeiVt All Wool Sweaters |n
plain and fancy colors; regular prices $1.50 and $2.00. Given away
at    ' 85c
Braces, Ties
All tie 25c mni :;.".(��� Braces for ..15c
All the 50c and 7.".'- Hues for  . .40c
no iiozcn Cent's Four-in-hand Silk
Ties; regular 25c and ���!"'<��� Sale
price      121 _>c
Boys Plain and
Fancy Sweaters
25 doz. Boys' Plain and Fancy
Sweaters, worth $1.00 and
$1.25.    Sale Price, 50c.
Umbrellas, WOdoz. of $1 kind
to clear at 50c each. 100
doz. self openers, reg. $2
and $2.50, for $1 each.
Odd Vests
500 Men's Tweed and Serge Odd Vents
sizes 35 to 4b;   worth regular (2.00
to J3.00.      While they last ...  $100
Boys' Suits
ir>0 Hoys' Two-piece Tweed Suits;
sizes  22  to  2tl  only;   regular  prices
$3.00 to $4.00. Sale pr' e    $1.90
160 Boys' Two-piece Suits in tweed
and serge; sizes 26 to 33; regular
$5.00 to $6.00 each. Sale pric-..
  $2.90
2ii0 Boys' Three-piece Suits in good
tweeds and serges; regular price $6
to $8.00 a suit. Frenzied Finance
price       13-50
iOO pairs Boys'Twetd, Serge and Cord
knee pants; sizes 22 to 33; made
to sell for $100 and $1.25. Thrown
away   for       50c
100 Men's Long Oilskin Coats; reegu-
lar $3.50.    Sale price   $2.00
frenzied Finance Cheapens
Shoes
Boots and Shoes
200 pairs Men's Horse-hide Bal and
Congress Boots; regular $2.f>0 to
$3.00.     Sale   price    $1.50
150 pairs Men's Box Calf and Dongola
Kid Shoes; leather lined; regular
$3.50 a pair.      Sale price  ...  $225
500 pairs of Our Social $6.00 Shoe;
waterproof, in box calf, chrome
calf, and patent leather; blucher
pattern.    Thrown away at ... $350
300 pairs Boys' Buff Bals; regular
$2.50, for   $1.50
3S5 pairs of Box Calf Kid and P-itrnt
Calf Shoes; worth from $5.00 to
$6.00.    Sale  price   $3.50
We advise you to take advantage of this  Sale  for  we are offering genuine bargains.    A chance  to do your Christmas
Store QpenTill 9 p. m during Sale.
buying at less than half price.
WESTMINSTER  CLOTHING COMPANY
DAVE   GROSSMAN,    Prop.
Columbia St.,   New Westminster, B. C.
\aturday Bargains!
[CHOICE   ENGLISH    PICKLES 2  bottles for  25c
BROWN   WINDSOR   SOAP      25c per doz.
jFRESH  GINGER   SNAPS          3  lbs for 25c
Crockery Dept.
|3C ONLY  JARDINEERS for 50c
DAMS& DEANS
'ne 97. Prompt Delivery
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|Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
... = ���
4
Will   be   held in Columbian College, J
commencing on Tuesday, November 5. ���
For rates applv at the College. }
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|W. J. SIPPRELL,       ....       Principal |
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
Tu SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
fciKht Trams Every Day in the  Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists ol
private --ompartment cars, standard
(6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library  and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or any
Further  information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second ATenue. Seattle. Wish
QOOKSLEY'S Westminster \^ [[jfl(J J
"E.S" Transfer Co I       T0M BANG H0NG
Paf\ C T      f  A   D rk C )ff!c9 'Phone 185.       Burn fOone 137 i
t/J  J         K* J\ i\ Lf aJ Columbia St.                               Successors to Wing Kee & Co.
_                               , Baggage delivered    promptly to  tny !
ot New Westminster and dis'.-irt part of the city. '                      *	
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon s   Cigar   Divan
WAdyertlse the town we live i.i Ij
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovi
friends.
I "f_rl��f anA Hoo w HI"       I    We *laTe  a11  kiluls of Provislons'
Ll gill alia fieaVy naUIUU    Shoes, Clothing, Farming Implements,
ONI so���Tram Depot Hardware   anel   Japanese   Goods    for
 i   sale  at.  moderate  prices.
ADVERTISE       ^s
IX W_\V
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H    20 Jemmett St., cor. Carnarvon St.
THE      DAILY       NEWS     ' P.O.  Pox  L86,    New Westminster, B.C.
I Something for Noth
LANO   REGISTRY   ACT.
Suggestions  for
Xmas Gifts
We have an endless variety of dainty, and
"^expensive goods  such  as
Lace and Chiffon Collars, Fancy
Belts, Collar Supports, Opera Bags,
Fancy Lacet Silk and Chiffon Scarfs,
Jewelled Back Combs, Umbrellas,
Fancy Tea Aprons, Silk or Ice Wool
Shawls,  and many  dainty   novelties.
Make your selections early if you would get
'he best.
Ke Ixiis 22 and 27, Block XXII, City
of New   Westminster,
A certificate of indefeasible title to
tbe above property will be issued to
1 Agnes Blackie, on the ISlst day of De-
oember, 1907, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a ierson or perrons
Claiming an estate or interest therein, or in an.v part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry offlce. New Westminster. B. C, 29th November, 1907.
The   person or    persons having in
th��"ir custody or possession the follow-
i ing Title Deeds    relating to the sai.l
j property are requested to deliver the
i s:inie to the undersigned:
15th December, 1KG2���Robert    Ke.-r
j to John Cooper, conveyance in fee.   ���
Martin  &  McQuarrie,  solicitors
for applicant, Trapp block, Ne'v
Westminster, B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
is what no  firm can afford to  give
if they expect to remain in business
But
we are busy
Cutting*?
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   - 275 Colnmbia Street
NOTICE.
r���������
.^"I'-KKItY  NOTIFY  THE PUB- j
Hll h    'hlS date a" ord<>rR for:
|SH.       av'' t0 ��e accompanied by.
,SlRl""1>    BELYEA & CO.
LOUIS WILLIAMS.
The Oriental'Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.   j
Box 646,
Kitchen Chairs      60c up
Dining Chairs $ 1.00 "
Dining Sets  16.00 "
Carpets
25c  per yard  up.
Kitchen Tables $1.75 up
Fall Leaf Tabks  4.50"
Oak Dining Table, 8 ft. ex.. 8.00 "
All kinds at big reductions.
v
5,  1907
'advertise in the daily news
Re Ii<>ls 1 to 9 (inclusive) of a por- j
lion of Lot 94, (.roup 1, Map 440. New
Westminster district.
i
Whereas proof of the less of Certificate of Title Number !571T>a, Issued
In the name of Peter Latham, has
been filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, issue u duplicate of the safd certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce. New Westminster, B. 0., Oct. 24.  1907.
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
^^^^^^^^^^^m*M^^**ammW
At KENNY'S Cafe1
Special values in Linoleums & Oil Cloths
Choice Display
Of Wall Papers and Pictures. All that is newest and most
artistic in designs and color combinations for this season's
business.  .
W. E. FALES,
The Home Furnisher.
We handle no Toys.
New Westminster; B. C. IO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAy   Dec
," lii-
THE JAPANESE.
Hes   If   Child.   Fanatic   and   Emotional
Savage  All   In  One.
He is ��� bundle of contradictions, and,
measured by American standards, be is
a bedlamite, straight from topsy tuny
land.    He may be a Chesterfield nnd
a cheerful liar one minute and a red
Indian the next a sycophant and a
welslier today and a Napoleon tomorrow.
We westerners have been tanght to
regard the little Jap as an amusing
and precocious child givein t>> obstructing sidewalk traffic with his polite c e-i
tests in kowtowing, t'> suspending from
the branches of the cherry tree his
dainty poems addressed to his friends
aud to dawdling for hours over the ceremonial tea, and when we see him under the tent flap, bowing and laughing
aud playing checkers, ho seems a velvet pawed kitten In khnkl. And yet
you and I have seen him in battle a
ramping, raging tiger, greedy of Slav
bayonets and afterward dragging himself to the Held hospital, shot to rags,
unwbJmperlng, a mere bull hide wrap-1
ped around a will.
We never know a character until we
have seen it put to the test under
stress���least of all the combination of
sphinx and .lanus known as tlie .lap
anese. So studied, thi' embattled brown
boy strikes me as a Strang mpound
of kittle  Lord Fauntleroy, Peter the
Hermit and Sitting Hull   child, fanatic
.���md emotionless sarage, all In one.
Apple ton's  .Magazine.
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Is the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
The Function of a Bank
Is to receive money from those aim have it to spare, and to loan it
among those who need it for legitimate business enterprise, We re-
celve the money of Western people, and invest it only in the West
i:     eanking with us you ke^p your money at home.
OLD  VIOLINS.
Reasons Why Ancient Fiddles Are Better Than New. \
Fabulous prices are sometimes paid
for old violins, and many an enthusiastic musician would part with his
last dollar .����� possess one of the mas
terpleces of Stradlvarlus or Guarneri-1
us or another of the famous makers of
a century or two ago.
The questioned superiority of these
old and often battered Instruments has
been variously ascribed to the peculiar]
quality of the varnish used In their
construction, to the elasticity of the
woei,i employed and to the ripening and
improving effects of age and long use
Of late years, however, much ere- I
dence has been given tho suggestioi
of an eminent authority that the real
cause 'if the superiority of the old instruments is due to a peculiar warping of the wood to a higher arch, a
buckling caused by tii'' position of (he
"F" holes and sound post.
It might at first th.night be suppos
ed thai the same effect could be produced by giving an equal arching te, a
new instrument, but the effect, ef at
I tined, Is nol permanent, because with
age the arching Increases until too
jrreat a degree of rigidity is the result���Philadelphia Record,
M NORTHERN BANK
Capital   Paid   Up,  $1,200,000
Rest  and   Undivided   Profits.   $116,000
J. ALLEN, Local Manager,   New Westminster, B.C,
UlOaVkl
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Xmas
Gifts
Perfumes,
Chocolates
Et
ony
,i.
Goods,
Grand Trunk R,
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, TorontJ
Montreal, Quebec,
Port|and, Bj
������
Ontario, qi        . ;,;-
A pleasure to
snow you tne
ooods.
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Also to BUFFA1 ->   -.ru- ,Yr
PHILADELPHIA        ,   W,RK
For Tim. Ta '   ���
������ ���>'!' resi
GEO. w. VAuX,
Assistant Gen'l ,.���,,..
Agent, 186 Ad ChMI
R- MILES&CO
Plumbers. Gds and H.t| Water fa]
Repairs of  ill ,    ,
tention, Sew.
Moderate Chai
Front St. New Westminst,,
Deaf   Dogs   Are   Rare.
People have I'e'cn known tei excuse
watch dogs for dereliction of duty  m
the ground  that  the dogs  might  he
hard of hearing.    This excuse ought
i��ji  to  go.    A  veterinary   surgeon  ,^
Cleveland  remarked that In his thir-
tj Ave years' experience he ha ! never
heard of a deaf dog.   His remark led  FAII
to Inquiries anion- tw., or three other  Sunday)
veterinaries   and   not   one   had   ever
heard  of a  dog   that   couldn't   hear.
When  a  watch dog or any other dog
doesn't hear a man that is prowlfns
about the house it Is because It doesn't
w;ti;i to hear.    Horses are frequ    tl
treated  by reterlnaries  for deafness,
and even cats are hard of hearing o
aally, but deaf dogs seem to be
unknown in Cleveland at least Cleve-
Iqnd Pjaln Dealer.
TAKK
The White
and Yukon i.oute
rass
ior CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE    HORSE,   DAWSON   and
Daily  trains   (excepl
carrying    passengers,    mail.
express    and    freight    connect    with
st ges at Carcross and White Horse, j
maintaining a through winter service I
rot  information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver.   R   C
Opera liouse Bookings.
uns  Jubih     ������ l
tearl   (Ralp trt). .Jan
.Juvenile   !:��� rtonl ins , lan. 13
1 :���'��� ������ i: -   Mii: ������'������; ��� lai
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We. Are King    Ian, .'���
Kerry   Gow    Ft
Dream City     Mr     j
Sis In Mew Yor] \prii l
The   Bur ��� , ... i-   ���    Vpril ���
Enylish and American Billiard Ta
bles, Bowling Alleys, etc. New ani
l^cond - hand tables and supplies In
ii'.ock.
R.   H.
Bowling
CLIBURN
p        Box  ii>.".
���   ���       P .. I. ���   Si
.
VANCOUVER
for   Mbsasi  .  Sara
M i)
Double Screened M
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=iFINEST  AND   FASTEST^
'���Plugging" a Hotel Guest.
The  hoti I  detective stepped out of
the  elevator arid  walked over to the
counter.
"Well, I plugged him," he said.
"Plugged him?    Who?    What  for?
Where did you hit him?" quickly asked
a friend who was standing b.v.
..--"Didn't   bit   him   anywhere.     Just
prdgg_Sa the keyhole of his door.   Never hear of plugging before?   When we
have a guest whom we suspect ls getting ready to leave without settling or
whose t.-rebllt is exhausted and fails to
wttle up, we Just wait till he leaves
*lis room aDd plug the keyhole In his
door.   Then he has to settle up or leave
his  baggage.    The plug  flts ovor the
end of a key.    It ls placed ia the lock
and  turned.    Tbe key   is  then  withdrawn, leaving the plug In the door." '
-Kansas CUy fetar.       "' .*���   -fc_,.
* '���= .
-�� An Oversight.
When Chappie got up the other morning he wandered around his apartments In his pretty pink pajamas, the
very picture of woe.
"What's the  matter,  sir?"  inquired j
his valet.
"I don't know, Alphonse," he groaned.   "I passed a most unhappy night."
Alphonse lookeed him over carefully.
"Oh, sir," he exclaimed, "I know
what was the matter! The trouserines
��� if your pajamas were not creased.
You must be more careful, sir. Those
I had prepared for you were bunging
across the foot of the bed." Bohemian
Magazine.
Cannae.
Cannae, where Hannibal won his
greatest victory over the Romans, Is
situated on the opposite side of the
peninsula from the city of Rome, on
the river Aufidus and about six miles
from its mouth. It was from tbis battlefield that Hannibal sent to Carthage
three bushels of gold rings from the
fingers of the Roman knights slain in
tbe battle. Cannae is about 'J00 miles
from Rome.
SPECIAL
PRICES
AT
KYLE'S
ft
EMPRESSES
ft
( EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN ��14,500
��� I EMPRES8 OV IRELAND )      IONS
18.000
H. Pewer
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    PARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now is the time to purchase your
tickets If you are going to spenl
Xmas at home.
Next sailing of Empress from St.
John to Liverpool, Dee. 27.
For other  dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED.  QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Specia I   Invitation
We have opened up a consignment  of goods for the
Xmas trade.
A few samplie ��� an in  cur window,  loofe them over,
come in, we will do the rest.
Young man. iteing 1907 your wants have ^been attended to, your mother or  your  sister   ��� '
something in return..   We can assist you.
wile appreciate
Stove-pipes
z% UU
Per Ton Delivered!
50c per ton   rxtn above|
4lh Ave.
Belyea & Co]
Telephontt 150
r. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
I ADVERTISE    "��
��� LN    -
THE      DAIL'     ��< �� W 31
FRONT STREET
Jap Oranges 60c \
per box. Sweet
and juicy.
Seeded Raisins
2 for 25c
Wc each
at   a   low
for 25 cts
The Worm Turned.
"Am I to understand, then." nsked
a disappointed poet as thu editor handed hack his lntost productions, 'that
you do not like my verses?"
"Yes; I don't think much"
"Ah, you don't think! I see-that
explains it."
World Regeneration.
Tbe world will only lie regenerated
hy degrees and by reform of human
character, n task that will always and
of necessity remain the task of each
tnd every member of the human race.
���Saturday Review.
16 oz. package
12 oz.
The  best goods
price.
Cwrants, 3 lbs.
Fresh recleaned stock.
New Persian Dates
3 lbs. for 25c
Carnation Wheat Flakes
35c per package,
Choice Selected Eggs
At 30c per
We   sell you   the
best goods at the
lowest possible
prices
Don't forget to'leave your
order for that TURKEY
Vanity.
Little Fred-Why Is It that wome_i
are always complaining about their
servants? Little Elsle-Oh, that's just
to let people know they enn afford to
have Vm.- Chicago News.
Free Delivery to All
of the City
Parts
:,��i*!.  ...
Corctonsness swells the principal to
no purpose nnd lessens tie use to all
snTtioscs.���Taylor.
Good Cheer Store
'Phone 276      255 Front St. tTUR��A
V   DEC.  21,  W.
THE DAILY NEWS.
11
PROFESSIONAL
iorMAN BOLE,  K. (b,    H\u
and Solicitor    Cham .
I.   Bank   of   Commerce
Westminster, li. C
.    i.iA-.n.
{. llcitoi
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BARRISTER,   s-,
42   Lorne   Strei
,v   EDMONDS, Ba
ollcltors, Blackie Blk .
ta -N"'v    Westmin
l<. H. i.. Edmonds,
^j P. HAMPTON BOLE, Solid-
ipreme court.   Offlce,
of Commerce building,
. opposite    Posl Offlc
minster.    Money to loon.    .
,' WEART  <t   McQUARRIE
ollcltors, etc. Offices,
,��� a,   .i.ii iter, Trapp Blk- corn ir
L ���. i  Lome streets.  Van< ou
[ 1, 24, 145 Granvhle Btreel
^ -.. k. C, i. w. Weart, w
ll.  A.    Bourne.      Mr.
.   in    tbe    Westmin I
r , lay afternoon.
i, i. martin, Barrlstei und
Guichon block, Colum
nzle Btr-eets. New Weal
jBBte        ''���       	
MYERS GRAV, Harris"",.. Solicit   .
. .    Pul Hi . I? iractice sin :e
��� J.- ���
ir westmii -'���������   R ���'    Of
| to Curtla Block, Clark
I opposite   Co
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F, H A N SFOR I).    Barrister
��� >r. etc;., Crescent block,
[ and      M   K
'A    ���   Inster, B. C
Or TRADE     N'ew   Wi
��� ol Trade    m<
II    Hall, ���     :
\      of eacl
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be    proi o    I      nd
on    I    or quarte
\   i.'   White   Bi
THE   SCHOONER.
Where   the   Fore   and   A5W   Beats   the
Square  Riggei.
Tbe ability of tin- schooner te> meel
the requirements uf present day con-    POUND���STRING     OF      SHELLS,
diii .ns. while the square riggers have   -^     witl
Condensed
Advertisements
The Test
of Good
Tailoring:
There is no test of fit
SO searching and no
proof of quality so
strong as actually putting the garments on
and examining them.
Hundralsof men have
applied this test to,
'���l-ashi..i-,-Cr:U'i."Cloli,t-.s
���and now they are
among our most satis-
fied clients.
We   emphasize   this
fai t���bi eau ie, there is
��� ��� man in a thousand
w li
0,   a 1 te r
mth's trial,   will not
say tiie same thing.
A trial will not cost
i a cent.    If for any
>n within  '.-i.e year
e dissal isfied with
chi si   you can
���j. t     our
money back
SOCIETIES.
��� ; . re asking.
Fashion - Craft
Overcoats
Special Prices
Cheviots��� Winter
weights in black, grey
and     fancy^
Weaves  Jplo
Fancy Tweeds���double
breasted, serge lined
with     Prussian
Collars  $20
��� "Chamberlain "���Pale-
tots���the acme of style,
and comfort   A__
 $25
The Chester-our specail
creation���very distinguished looking���with
velvet collar and heavy
serge lining for ^��n
winter  ��poU
English    Nap���in   any
style, lined with Skinner's bejt satin���the
most luxurious overcoats of the sea-   A _ _
son     $40
Not only [is jthe style
good for three years,
b"ut ���'Fashion"- Craft"
quality is such that they
will keep their good
looks and shape for 3
years or more.
been found wanting, can be readily
understood when we take into consideration tbe numerous advantages pos
sessed by the fore aud aft rig tbat are
essential to tbe ideal carrier.
Operating expense, that prime factor
In all transportation problems, is here
reduced to a minimum, for there ia no
motive power so cheap as the free
winds of heaven nnd no other craft so
well adapted to utilize and control this
force. Tbe sails are of handy form
and ean be readily handled from tbe
lleek by a handful of men or with
Steam power If desired. The schooner
can sail several points nearer tbe eye
of the wind than a square rigger Is
able to do.
Built on the old clipper model, tbey
sail like witches and owing to their
peculiar constructions can be readily
loaded  and  discharged.    They  require
ith pear! heart in centre.    A;>-
The News
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Box 693-
"CIOUND���OLD BRINDLE COW.    IF
-1-      noi called for In two weeks, will
to defray expenses.   A- Mackvay,
B irnaby Lake,
OK SALE���ONE  FUNK & WAO
nails Stand.irl  I .ctlonary    S ib-
but little ballast and baring no heavy I scrlptlon ediUon. Apply, Daily N wa.
top  hamper  can,   if  necessary   to  the ,  ���������������������������������_.
trad.-,   take  on   Immense   deck   loads. ; /~~1 IUI. WANTED   IN     FAMILY   OF
In   the   lumber   trnffle   of   the   Paciflc   vj.two.
northwest we find these vessels leav-
Ing port with hnge deck loads tower-
lii),' ten to fifteen feet above Hie rail.
Occasionally they Ret caught In a blow
and have- to sacrifice a portion of the
deck load, but where one meets such
a mishap dozens reach their designations safely and land their cargoes intact. James <;. McCurdy In Outing
Magazine,
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The reegular meeting of this
[ i-e :.   I ln oddfellows' hall, I
bia sfeet, every   Monday   evenlnj
I Rt 8 o'clock.    Visiting brethren cot
nvlti l    t'e    atten I     C   S
| K. G.; A.V.D  Mi Donald,
. w. c. Coatham, It. S.; Q   Q
9 ; Alex. Adam;. treasurer.
inter   Overcoats
IRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
I '���������-���   S    20   Meets everv Tuesdaj
evening at 8 p, m., in the !������ igles
jiall  Columbia street.   F. .1   Lynch
''    Pi   : .   II.  SchOfleld,  Secretary.
,0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. S
-Meetings the flrst and third Tues
! -a.v in each month. Vlsitini
brethr.-n cordially Invited to attend
todRe room, A. O. U. W, hall. Odd
fellows' block. Clarkson street. C
���rrlegan, recorder; Geo. Bacon,
master workman.
He L. DeBeck, Agent,
New Westminster
Mail Service
fOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S ���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednee-sdav of each month.
la K. or P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 P- m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
"me and place. Visiting Brethren
cordial . invited. K. L. Webber pre-
"dent   H, Disney, secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
"���Meets tho Fourth Friday tn the
nnnth at 8 o'clock, ln the smnll
Ja", Oddfellows' block. Waiting
brethren are cordially Invited to at
i?n'l- J- U. Kuahton. C. R.; F. P
Maxwell, u. s.
tQURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808.
*' 0- F.���The regular meeting! Ol
utla Lodge are held on the Second
1,1,1 1' urth Tuesday.. Of each montl,
5 J I m, in the OddfellowH' Hall
Brethren are cordlaly in
I: ' ' ' attend. B. C. Firth, 0. R.;
'��� P- Maxwell, Sec.
|THp| ROYAL TEMPLARS  OF  TEM
ERance meet   every Wednesday
loch   p,   m.,   iti  Oddfellows
1 olumbla    street.     Visiting
Brethren are cordially lu vlted to at
Haggman,   S, C;    N. R-
cretary.
ION
Rr,^��F GOTLAND BENEFIT Ai
��OClATlON, LORD OF THE ISLES
i;��MP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Kmr'l Tuesday of every month in
p' ��' P. Hall. John McNiven
"    '��� ���'- Forrester. Re.    See
-Royal City Lcdj'-. Nb. o
in Oddfellows' Hall, Col-
""'���'.i Street, every Friday even.ng
? 8 o'clock, Visiting brethren will
'" mad�� welcome, ch. Clow, N.G,
���'���: Osb
retarj
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FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
" ^e Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
'.. Iln'1 A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
N,0' 1T- A V. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
'''' ":,"; I* O. I... No. 1593; Court
jfMWon, NO. 4683, 1. O. F.; C. 0.
n;   ^url Went minster,    No.    330;
otherhood of Owls, Nest No. 21);
"J*1' Kehukah I,odge, No. 5, I. O.
Dispatched bj  C. P. R. train at 8:33
a. m.;  close 8 a. tu.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon
dally.
Millside   No.    1,   daily   except   Sun
day;   Sapperton   No.   l,- daily  excep'
Sunday.    Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched   by  B. C, Electric railwa:
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Vancouver,  No,   1,   dallyexcept Sun
days.    Return mail received 9 a. m.
Dispatched b.v U.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m..
Cloverdale, N'lcomekl, Port Kells
Hazelmere. Hall's Prairie, Bon A.:-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
points In eastern states), dally except Sun.lay. Return malls received
at 3:3o p. m.
Clayton.   Tuesdays   and   Thursdays
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   Satui
days.   Return mall received Monday.
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C Electric railwaj
10:30 n. in.-.
Vancouver   No,   2:   Victoria.   No.   1
Central   Park,   daily   except   Snnda.
Return  mail received  at  2  p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:'3 p, in.:
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Return mails received a' 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12-oOvnoon:
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Fridays.
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Vancouver, No. 3; Victoria, No. 2.
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received at 1 p. m.
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A  GAIVHE  OF  POKER.
  JAPANESE   LADIES   WANT   GEN
It   Was   an   Object   Lesson   on   Playing   O       ,.,-,'   !,,, ;, ,,,  ;1
Cards  With  Strangers.
A card sharp well known to the
Btewards of the great ocean liners was
a passenger on a recent trip across.
lie received a line at Queenstown,
which bad the effect of keeping bim
out of tbe large games In the smoking
room. He contented himself with p.'
nuchle and bridge at 25 cents a huu-
dred points. On the evening before
landing one of his bridge party, none
of whom knew that he was a professional with a bad record, propoe ��� I
Changing the game to poker. "It's
bad practice," said the card sharp, "lei
play poker with strangers. There's too
much risk, but it's all right in this
case." Tlie other-: snld there was no ;
risk If a e .an bad good sense and kept
his eyes . peu. The deal fell to the pro- '
fessional, and when cards had been
drawn by each man he said: "Now
I'll show you bow much you know.
Mr. A, you have the winning hand. :
Mr. B, your three queens look good,
but what show bave they against Mr.
i "s four fives? And what good are
they against A's four kings'.' Does it
tally?"
It  did,  and  A  said,  "Well,  It's  my
pot."
"I wns afraid that might happen, so
I dealt myself a straight flush." lie :
showed it, arose from his chair and j
said: "Give tbe steward what I put lu. l
This was an object lesson���don't plaj
poker with strangers." ��� New York i
Tribune.
DST���ON COLUMBIA STREET,
between Post offlce and Morey'.-,
lady's Dresden silk bag, containing
fancy worked linen centre piece. Return to  News offlce.
LARi
af
ROE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
ifter    .1;.nuary,1st.    Corner    4th
Av--. and 0Hi street. All conveniences.
VtJRSE
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DISENGAGED.      Apply  for
address    Dally   News  offlc.   or
P. O. Box 693.
Wt'or single gentleman.
ANTED���BED    SITTIN
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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.
Tu
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites ycu to join the large number of satisfied Debitors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put 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.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
8.   E.  WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rales:
$5 and umler   3 cents
Over $."> an 1 not exceeding $10  tl cents
(iver $lii an 1 not exceeding $30 10 cents
Over %2,b and not exceeding $.">0 12 cents
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at nny office In Canada of a
Chartered Banlt (Yukon excepted), and,at the principal hanking points in
the I'nite.l  States.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THE CANADIAN HANK OP COMMERCE, LONDON. ENG.
They form an excellent  method of remitting  small   sums  of  money with
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
The Barbecue.
The word "barbecue" Is derived from
the Spanish word "barbaeao" and is a
native Haitian term for a woodeu
framework supporting meat or tish to
be smoked or dried over a lire. In
IU popular sense it means a large social or political entertainment ln the
open air at which sheep or oxen are
roast-ad whole and all the feasting ls
on a most liberal scale. Georgia ls
probably the native bome of the barbecue and ls called the Barbecue State.
Who prepared the flrst barbecue is tin-
known. Deer, bear and other game
constituted the meat roasted in tbe
barl>ecues of fifty years ago���Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Butcher's Smock.
The butcher's smock was bine. It
looked much neater than tbe white
smocks of his frlendn. all smeared with
dried blood. "Every butcher," said the
man, "ought to wear a blue smock.
Why? Because dry blood won't show
on It. Dry blood turns bluish, and ou
:t smock of this color It Is invisible. 1
am descended from n long line of
butchers, and from father to son the
wind has been passed down always to
wear, fnr neatness' sake, a smock of
blue."���New   Orleans  Times-Democrat.
Croutons.
To cut bread into dice before frying,
If it is to be used as croutons, is uot
the most approved method. When done
In this way it becomes very hard and
Indigestible. The bread should rather
be ct_t into thin slices and then stamped out In circles a little larger than a
quarter or cut Into squares of about
W\NTED���BY ONE OF THE OLD-
est established English Fire Insurance Companies (Board), a resident agent in New Westminster. Apply by letter to "Insurance" P. O.
Box 371, Vancouver, B. C.
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ANTED���BY A YOUNG GEN-
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care of Daily  News office.
WANTED���YOUNG LADY, JUST
left school preferred, to take
care of office. Apply D. C, Daily
News office..
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Address the News.
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WANTED���POSITION AS SALBS-
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Apply at this offlce for address.
WANTED���A NUMBER OP FIRST
class laborers.    Apply to Qulgley, near Small & Bucklin's.
7 ANTED��� BY      YOUNG     LADY,
room and board, convenient ' 0
post Offlce,    Apply K., Box G93.
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UrANTED-
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POSITION AS HOTEL
or Bookkeeper; good experience; best of references. Apply
(}., P. O. Box R93.
YOUNG  JAPANESE BOY   WrANTS
situation  as  house  boy;   honest
IJ'llll    VV    ( VF�� V. M V lllli- .Jlliill       - \J I Kt'i'liv       I ��� ,.        .
the same size or In oblongs two inches 'and intelligent;  speaks good English.
long and over one-half Inch thick.
These tossed Into hot lanl and taken
out almost tustantly In the frying
basket are the most palatable.
Address   G. nishi.
New  Westminster.
P.  O.   Box  411,
D
R. HATHERLY, Optician and doc-
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witL correspondents In all oarts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums ot $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per ceDt. per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N"SW WESTMINSTER BRANC H. <3   D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Queer Marriages.
In southern India marriage with In- j
animate objects ls not altogether un- |
known.    A   man   who   has   lost   two I
wives   and  wishes  to  niarry  another
will   go  through   a   formal   marriage
ceremony with a plantain tree, which
Is afterward cut down.   This stands
for the third marriage, which ls con- I
sldered inauspicious, and the man feels
free to make a fourth marriage with a ;
third woman.
Nervous and Chronic Headaches by
skillfully prescribed glasses
5* Parlors on Sixth St., Murchie
block, New Westminster.
The Modern Version.
"I want my boy to be able to earn
his own living."
"To earn It, Mr. Merger?"
"Well, to get tt."���Washington Herald.
HypoCTlsy Is the necessary burden of
trfllalny.���Dr. Johnson.
Leo, Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers In Ladles' and Gents*
FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleaching    and Dyeing.   Manicure and Masseage, Chlrpotly
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PHILLIPS,
The Wardrobe Clothier.
HE HAD HIS DOSE.
An li����ld����t of th* T��rribl�� Battle ef
Montmirail.
In February, 1814. the French army
made a heroic stand against tbe allied
forces of Europe, nnd in one week re-
trleveixJ for a short but glorious period
Its lost prestige. Though composed
largely of half raw recruits, it escaped
from the very center of 250,000 foes,
attacked an army of 70,000 men. won
4 battles nnd captured <!8 cannon, 5
generals and 28,000 prisoners!
After the terrible tight nt Montmirail
Major Bancel, staff surgeon to tbe
guard, was attending the wounded as
well as he could, close behind the columns still engaged. Looking up from
one unfortunate mun whose wounds
he was dressing, he perceived wilhin
a short distance an old mounted chasseur of the guard, who was tranquilly
smoking his pipe and watching the
surgeon.
Cancel did not at first pay any attention to him. Cy nnd by he noticed
the man again, still in the same posture, tranquilly smoking his pipe.
"What are yen doing there'.'" cried
the surgeon.
"Smoking," answered the man.
"Ones the major forbid me to smoke?"
"What!" returned tlieofTJccr. "Areli't
you ashamed to be loafing around here
while your comrades nre covering
themselves with glory?"
The chasseur blew out a cloud of
Smoke and, driving his right spur Into
Ids steed, made him, execute a balf
turn. Then he said, taking his pipe
out of his month:
"Look, major. Don't yon think I
bave got my dose ns It Is? Can I do
anything more?"
The major looked. The chasseur's
leg was shot off half way between the
knee and the ankle, so that his left foot
was banging and dangling against bis
borse. The veteran's question required
no answer. But It may be surmised
what care and attention the surgeon
lavished on the imperturbable chasseur
DIAMONDS
Being the largest buyers of diamonds in Canada, we are able to obtain the choicest selection at the very
lowest  possible  price,  wholesale.
Being the biggest buyers, we are the
cheapest sellers of diamonds in Canada.
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Vancouver's Leading Jewellers.
GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director
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Tht Human Brain.
The human brain has not steadily
Increased since paleolithic times, and
as Professor Lankeeter tells us, by
way of concrete illustration, tbe brain
of Isaac Newton was not much larger
than that of an Australian black.-
London Outlook.
Wond.rful  Eff.et
Mrs. Money Bags���I bear you bare
���peat a great deal of your time in
Italy ?v Mn. Parvenu���Ob, yea, my
Aew; we're quit* itallctaed.-Prt**-
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TREASURE
AT THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE
To every purchaser of goods to the value of two dollars and upwards, we will give away any one of the following beautiful High
Art  Pictorial Calendars for  1908.
Note���Regular Customers can have on�� on application, whether
they require shoes or not
No. 1.���Queen Alexandra; No- 2.���My Heart is in the Highlands;
Xo. :..���Loch Achray; No. 4.���Catiziow Forest; No. 5.���Pay Toll;
No. 6.���Toying With Pusey.
They are all of high artistic value, some of them being after paint
V ings by our most eminent artists, depicting in glowing colors some
��  chofre   specimens  of  Scottlrfi scenery.    See our window.
<   DON'T WORRY ABOUT THAT XMAS GIFT
Nothing can be more seasonable or acceptable than a pair of ceosy,
comfortable slippers. These we bave In all colors and valtrey, from
66c to $1.35; they are all old country make and in excellent quality.
Or again, a pair of Dick's waterproof boots for something of real and
lasting value cannot  be equaled.    Prices:
Greats from $3.60 to $6.00
Ladies'from $2.76 to $4.00
Also well selected  lines in the best of Canadian  manufacture.
The Old Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia St.
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor
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Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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HOLIDAY     RATES
3 TRAINS 3
To Bellingham,  Everett and Seattle,. Wash.
Close connections all  points East  nnd South.
Leave 9:20 a.m., 12:10 a. m., 42',', p, m.
Holiday rates to following points on sale Dec. 21, 22, 22,
24, and 25th, December 28, 29, 30, 31, and January 1st;
final return limit, all hiloday tickets will be Jan. :., 1908.
Teachers and Students: Upon presentation of proper
school vacation certificates, tickets will be sold to teachers and students at echool and college at same fare, sell
ing to conform to closing date of same, return limit to
date   school   re-convenes.
Nelson,   B.   ('���,   and   return $2N.t!0
Rossland,  II.  ('.,  and  return $110.00
(.rand Forks nnd return   $31.9.1
Midway. B. ('..and return   $32.46
Phoenix, B. C, and  return $33.10
J-Vniie.   B.  C,  and  return $.19,110
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone  194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. A. BOSS, Assistant General  Pass. AKt., Seattle, Wasb.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
NOTICE
60   YEAftr
EXMMCNCI
New  Westminster   Land   District.
Diitrict  of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE  that  Harriet Pord, |
Of Hammond, B.  C, occupation laxly,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following descried  lands:
Commencing at a jiost planted    at
the southwest corner of lot lfif.O New
j Westminster   Land    District',    thence
' north 20 chains more or less to the N. \
', VV. corner of said lot 1660, thenco east
: 100 cliains, thence south to the shore,
thence westerly along tie shore,    to
the point of commem i mi nt,
HARRIET FORD,
Per H. S. Ford, agi at
Dal d Dec. 3, 1907.
P-m. Feb, a|
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quickly u*'-.'ru.ln r.nr opinion freM whether ao
luifieiii.ii .(perobaMr patentable). Com mimic*.
tli.ni��trlct|erc.,n(lili.iitliil. HANDBOOK on I'atenu
tent freeze. Oleleat airem-y for tecurinff natenta.
I'aienta taken tier..with Munn 4 Lo. recelT*
sptciol notict, without charge, luthe
Scientific American.
A h*ni1iv��r_uoly UludtrHtdJ wtK'fcly. Lament clf-
culatlnu -)f any Mtaatlfld ]<'uni��t, 'forms Ivr
CADAda. #.'1.76 a T��*x. pO��Umfl (TfjNiM.    Hold by
��.l newwifAleir.
MUNN { Co.86'8-*"' New York
Branch Offlce. <2��. K Ht_ WMhmk'lun. D. C.
arrivee at Victoria 6 30 p'n'Jfr
Leaves Victoria 1 a, a, m  :
rives Vancouv- r . tl  m
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   R0uTr I
8.8.  Prince*. BeJtr,c��
Leaves Victoria I 3C ���. m .^
cept Monday;    arrives 8eattle Hi
m. dally except Monday, "'
LeavM Seattle 11    i '���. ffi. ,k.  .
cept Monday; arlrves Victoria '
daily except Tu,-, laj
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMlNSTtJ
ROUTE.
Steamer   R   p
Rithet,
To Victoria:   W<    .    ,     -uturdajj
���
PrldaJ
NOTICE
Cook's
I Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd. j
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of Ne-.v  Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE th et C. VV, Pn Bl m,
of Seattl i, occupation Broker, intends
to apply for permission to pun ha i
the following d - < ri ln-d I inds.
Commencing tit a posl planted at
the southeast corner of lot 1020.
thence west 20 chains to the ea I
boundary of T. L. No 11734, thi di ���
south 80 chains, thence east to shore-,
thence north along the Bhore to the
point of commencement,
CHAS. W, PRESTON
Dated Dee. II. Vm!.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches  from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Sliver 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 Kxneditlon.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion     Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
FOR SALE
HAYandlMfj
Hay, feed and  grain of |
all kinds for sale in carload
lots;  price  either f. o.   b. j
here or freight paid to your J
station given on request.
D. C. HOFFMAN,
FRESH   FISH
Fresh  TOM  CODS
Fresh WHITINGS
Fresh   HERRINGS
Fresh   LEN   COD
Fresh  HALIBUT
Fresh  SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
8MOKED FISH
Smoked  SALMON
Smoked  HALIBUT
Smoked   KIPPERS
Smoked BLOATERS
Smoked COD
���AT���
ROYAL CITY FISH CO.
Telephone 40.
,     I        .!    Ill
r rom    \ Icto
7 u in-
WEST   COAST   ROUTE
SS   Tees
Leavi s Vli toi |
: of each month !������ ��� .J
I to Harbor and ���������. | ,<eJ
month  for Qua    .
j 20th of each mi ath ii:
' slno, Cape Bcotl
VANCOUVEH--NANAIM0 ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vanco ... tl
��� \., -,,t B in lay.   1
leaves    al   1   p ;..       i |
7 a, in.
UPPER   FRASER  RIVER    DUTf
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New l|
klondays, Wednes
Leaves  Chilli*     I   7 .-,;-|
Thursday   arj.I   .- _g yl
in lings   betw i -sti��
md Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Kamona���
From N. W. Tv      ���.   - .���  ���am.
From Chwk. Kim.. Wed., Frl..
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER ROI   ;. |
S. S.  Transfer.
!.��� avi b   New .;��� n|
cepl Bunday al . , 1
tirlp .Mun lay at 5 a tn
Leaves Steve I
u ednesday,  Thui - laj   and  Sal ���:-:[
at 7 a. m., Fridaj al ��� ddltlaaf
triji  Saturday  5  p.  tn.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victorl;i 11 p.m., lsl and bA\
from Vancouver at 8 p m. tm
aud ICth of each mouth, oalUof Q
Skidegate on flrst trip and IKaCoolll
on st^cond trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUN0, |
ETC.
8. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p, m '���very T'iesdar;
CALGARY
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eighth 8tr��et
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Market Vendors
Farmers and other out of town resl-
j dents, are Invited to visit the latest
and   most up-to-date  Barber  Bhop In
New  Westminster.
i
The Hub Tonsorial Parlor
J. R. Coon. Prop.
A handsome washbowl, fitted with
hot and cold water, has been Install-
, ed on the premises, and the public is
Invited  to make use of this conveni-
| ence.    No charge  made.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
NelsonX ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Canadian Pacific \rhe oniy an ra" r��ut* between an
points east, west and south *o Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r^ily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
bpokane and Nelson.
Effective Sunday, November io,
1901.
Leave             Day Train Arrive
920 am Spokane ....7.15 pm.
"2S P" Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
9^0ani Nelson 6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON,
RAILWAY COMPANY
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S
HOLIDAYS
TlcUetii will be on Sale December
21, 22, 2:1, 21 and 2b, and December
28, 29, 30, 31,and January 1, Good to
return up to and including January .1,
at one fare and one third for thej
round trip.   Fnr other particulars,
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Xew Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Cenl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
from Vancouver 9 a. in  eterv
Wed
nesday.      Returnics arrive.- lit Vis-
couver Sunday afternoon; at \ictona |
Monday  morning
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.      NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
8.8. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday " ��.�����; ��r'
rives Nanalmo 4 p.ui
Leaves Nanalmo Saturday -' f- "'
arrives Victoria 9 P   i"
For   reservations   um)   Infer-;
call or address
ED. QOULET.
A��nt, New Westminster
E. J. COYLE
Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Superintendent, 7i��<
Trains & Steamert
11:3*
10:15.
i2:45i
C.P.R.  MAIN LINE.
l_��ave New Westminster *���-
16:16, 17:2U, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster
12: jr., ]G:.'I0, 18:26, 19:35
Overland    express    arrives
leaves 16:16. ..��
GREAT NORTHERN HAJM^
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. ISe:1 "* %
Lv. N.W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle i"'
P',D' V., W. & Y.-VANCOUVEJ
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 P-��
Lv. Vancouver 8.85 "�����&%&
G. N. B.-PORT GW%>,
Leave New Westnnnstei  ���
arrive Guichon 6 pm ,,,.��.\'e��
Leave Guichon 0 a  ni, ���",|1
New Westminster 8:30 0. ""^^
Mondays, Wednesdays "d
B. C.ELBCTR1C-VANC0^)
Lv. New Westminster 6.M
and8a.m.,andevery^llourW
after till 11 p. m. IMatt, tl
Lv.  Vancouver  for *���*���*'*'
Mine hours. ___������-^

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