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 Le, Shiles & Co.
I REINSURANCE
L WESTMINSTER, B. C
I.
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
i ENTOMBED
iflOMED TO DEATH
L Hundred   Men  Have
[oAvenui of Escape from
WOULD-BE   TRAIN    ROBBER
ARRESTED   NEAR   SPOKANE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,       FKJUAV    MORNING,    DECEMBER    imm
DEC 211907'
!����� -     I!
in   Spi
name ol   n   li.
WiRtlESS TELEPHONE
MESSAGE TRAVELS EAR
A,  FAIR   INJURED  IN
RUNAWAY
TEN CENTS PER WEEK,
very.    ������
ACCIDE
rec
ked Mine.
penments with Important
Invention.
.       ,,,.      pec   i;,.���Four
L(j miiu-'- are entombed in, and
w,t ,..,,., . from, tbe Dare mines
Coal   compan.,    at
. | ..    , gbteen miles wnn of
red we  Americans,
t^ rest   mostly  Hungarians.
..  .:,. ��� t| loalon shook the mine
���     forenoon and smoke be-
beavy volume* from
the  mine wbicb  L of
ie j      No efforl   to  r. s-
me i  men  is possible
afti rnoon.
;. thi   ooal  company   ex
e of Bavlng any of the
.   ,      e mo nii of the shaft is
and earth ami   the
obstructed,    li is
nearly fhe  hundred
.  ed,
;.   minute s after this  ex-
i:, mth of the pii waa sur
ges  and  friend    of
-.: en. The  scenes   were
smoke  and   Bi me i
��� ; ������   ma !<���   ii   im
ml the wive., and
- intic.    Everj   efforl
i id ie ib i dre,  but
e,  Bercelj   thai   no
m mL     It I   Btated
: lenl    Ih  one   o
I.    il--  wi nl imo the
in     :'.i   invest ii/an
\ !  was caughl   in  the
I
��� o .      i gan   rn    b-
mns from the mouth
'  i   of tin- slope va-
li  of the mine   n. t
circumstance   in
- Are, which  wa
������   raging   inside,   ln��
'        ������ i.    The  building  ef
- company,    adja-
.   i ���  iu the in ..      - i
the fore   of thn
'  those    Imprisoned   in
| II  Bobs O'Connell and
On account of  the
explosion which  rent
the mine and the pres-
with the blocked condl-
1 o ith nf the slope, it is
��� e is much chance for
I '    The cause of the ex
r ,:  yet  known,
J Dec,   19.���At  2:30  p.   in..
I the explosion bad bem
��� he  company's oflice   In
'i:'       I the expected number of
'. ' ��������� mine at the time of the
}'���''-' nol   known.    It  is   said
:'     Wfts are   not   larger   than
1 ra"n.   The officials regarded  the
of tbe safest owned  by
I        ��� upresa the i>elief that the
li(b!'"' would  not  reach all of the
\ which event many would
'  !        ind probably ould  be
H   Vii   President  Woodruff stat-
I men  were likely in the
e of the aflfcldent.
JUDE PUBLIC IN
N VS. V.V. & L. CASE
��� ��� ' as   of Brown vs,
railwa) was made pub
morning.   The board of
e      lng    0f    |-\    ,|.    f.Mll!
' ���  Mr  Brown;  K. W.
s ntltig     ilie    raiiw ay
1    ..   Cambridge   ap
In Ll  mali'.    sit-
! '-'-'ii coming to tkie de-
T ' I  yesterday,   The  foi-
L ��� mlzi l  awi
he board:
for  righl  oi   way,  $ L-
l'"i-  filling in   of  ii tches,
Copenhagen, Dec. 19.���It was announced here today that wireless telephone messages were transmitted
two hundred miles yesierday between   to  bring  them  to a  Sto]
~A     man
Wurphj   i.s In jail
n    and   a othei   Ig   thoughl
'" '"'      ;'    :      "       -        el   wound ! 	
��      '      " Hai   " ���   Record Established in Ex-
11 ''" a ���' "l; ol i i attempl to bold
ul) ""��� Northern Paciflc wesl ound
passen^r train early yesterday meni
lng '"" m,'eB easl ol Spokane. An at- -
tempi was made to flag the train by
waving a torch, but the suspicious appearance oi two men near by warned
the engineer who Increased Bpeed,
and  da ihed
Suspicous attemptB bad prevlou ly
'"���,'" ,!:;"; ��� to stop fte-��erland In
thai viclnl*.��. and Immediately the
affair was reported here a speeds]
with dei. (lives and officers wa-. hur-
rled to the scene. Then- the officers
Btopped a moving freighl train and
three men Jumped from li and ran. I
Oue of them was captured and an
other waa shot as he was climbing
over  a   fence.
Bloodhounds wi re pul on the track
and th.- officers pursued the fugitives
Bew rai mile Into the hills, bul g vi
up the chase a i darl nei _b Bcei tied.
'i'ii" thi ;i retui ni 1 to the scene an !
discovered, In whai i- thought to
have I een the abandoned camp of the
robbers, five dynamite bombs, a qu n-
tlty of fuse a bottle of nitro glyi i i
and a Byrlnge used to Inji cl es ��� '< -
Ivei Into s.ife s. Murph, clai
an old  railro id  man.
While A. Fair, of South Westmin- |
ster, accompanied by a boy. was driv j
Eng a team down Columbia Btreel >������ s-
lerday fternoon, tbe tongue of thi
���wagon worked loi.se of the Whipple-
trees, and tell to the ground. The
horses, who had only Iat' ly been broken to harness, took fright, got lhe
bits In their teeth, and started down!
ihe Btreet on a mad gallop, with the1
plucky driver Irving as beat  ba could !
The  mad
TO WANDER IN CilY
r.TR
.    ERTAINED   BY
WEST   END   METHODISTS
Fair  was  hurled   ten   feel   in   the  air.
the Weissen Zee wireless station at
Berlin and the Lyngby station ueux
tbis city.
A German company recently telephoned wlreleasly from Haeum to various places In Germany, fifty to sixty mill s distant. Tills beats the previous  record.
The American minister, Dr. Maur*
lei F. Egan, and others from tbe Am-
erlcan  legation,  as  well    as several  idling   ^'^   bet'��   literally
' Ltatives   from   the   French   ii -
gatlon. visited tbe  la oratory of Prof,
on,   who  recently    developed   a
new   system  oi   transmission,  and   i.e.
trated th    ; owi r of his Instru-
in  transmit   messages    clearly
and a<        telj     ii-- said that he hop-
-   municate with America  via
���      : In February next.
The notorious Hilly Shelves blew
into town last night, and was s en
at several of the city hotels.    As the
city jiolice have nothing against him,
career   of    the   crazed     animals   was l- ne   was  n(Jt   aQlutB_   by   anv  <jr  the
brouglit   to a  stop in  front of Cham-' force.    Chief Constable  Spain, of the
berlin's  jewelry   store,   w here the  rig j Provincial  police,  holds a  warrant  is-
amashed   iuto  a  telegraph   pole.    Mr.' s"ed  some   tlme   ba<"u bv   Magisrat
.'.  congregational  tea, peli  yesterday  evening al   the  West  Lad Mi Iho-
  dist church,  for the purpose of wel-
Man Who Openly Defies the con,,ns  "rHnBers   ,nt0 **��� churclx'
was largely attendee], when a mosl
Law Gives Police Little enjoyable time was spent. The ta-
Concem. bles, loaded  with a plenitude of good
,  tilings, wi re tastefully decorated with
chrysanthemums,   while   the  interior
Pitt.-nilrigh,   calling  for   Sheaves'
turning completely over before reach-   rfcSt   for contempt  or court  in  di��re
lng the ground. The horses were stop-' yarding    a     summons   to   answer   a
of the edifice was lined with evergreens, holly and other se-asonable
cecorations.
Addresses were givfn by the repre-
i-tntatlves of the different societies
connected with the church, while an
interesting program of vocal and instrumental selections was rendered,
those taking part including: Miss 1.
Marshall, recitation; Miss Mildred
Hardman.  Mrs-  Van Liew, James In-
ped  aboul a  block   further  down  the. &"& of   assault   preferred   against  neSi ^..j,,. solo;  Prof   Burwash   m;lI1.
street, after the wagon thev had been   him s,0Iufc Ume a^" by a Surrey resl
smashed \ den'' who' il is "Meirt, Sheaves bru-   Pr(jf|  F_   w   H.irdV|
fo   nieces. etallv   mauled   and   threatened  to   kill
, Mr. Fair was immediately taken to al l-"wis' ran<:h- acr0" ^ ^e"
pt, Mary's hospital, where he was
found io le suffering from two broken
Mbs, a severe concussion of Che brain
and shock. Late last night lt was
expected that Mr. Fair would survive
Although bis condition is still s ri
mis.    The  lad   who wi s with him in
Several days ago Chief Spain crossed the river to arrest Sheaves, bavlng ieen informed that Billy was in
tbe Surrey hotel. Tlu/ warrant was
not served, and Hilly remained in pos
Session Of his  freedom.
dclln solo; .and, on encore,vocal solo;
vocal solo. Re
freshmentfl were served at half-past
len o'clock, the gathering breaking
up shortly after. No admission foe
wf.s charged, the expenses of the en-
t 'tainment being borne by the la
dies aid and the official '..oard of the
church,
'ELEGRAPH   LINE   TO
TIBET  IS   SANCTIONED
wound,
which   was     dressed   at   the
PREPARED
for mvh im
Officers Will Meet Men on
Indoor Diamond���Khaki
Uniforms Issued.
19     i he   thron     ha;
com  ructio    of a tel-
..   into L'Hass     th    capital
Tibet he resid ;.-���-   of the su-
. renn I   ol     I ama   I   blerarchj.
nnovai lon  wat  ri i ommi nded bj
<   '  tim -���     ri sidi nts    a    L ii.i. a,
LOGS ARE SEIZED
TO SATISE/ DEBTS
���   " :'   ''    r'   ' '   !!l   BrIti8h Boom Will Be Sold bv Order
ition of  1904   haw   been   work-
of  the   Sheriff���Peculiar
Tangle.
���  -   I enlightenment of the Tlb-
The   throm   : i thei more will
- ��� ���- hospitals, s hoo -   in I a military
"��� '" i. H nd It is repor ed
:-    .-��� n    ma le   for
lissioi iblish   a   new- i
When questioned last nigh:, by the
5 escaped   with "a slight  sea!,,  x,'W;i ^i'1"'^'. ('"i''f Spain admitted
that he  was  aware of  Sheaves'  prefi-
- :..���.   in town, and  also  that   he had
a  ������' arrant for his arrest.    Why a man ,
who is warned on  two charges, bo'.li .
of   '-hem   serious,   should   be   allowe.1 ,
Lo remain at liberty and even to walk
into the town where he is particularly sought, was noi explained by Mr.
Spain.    It   is   likewise  reported  that
the chief asked the city police to arrest   Sheavi-s   if    they saw  him. but
since   Billy     was   behaving     hlmsel
while in the city, and the other mat
rets were outside their province, they
did not carry out his request
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lynch returned
yesterday fron Victoria, where they
had been spi ndins a few days on a
lileasure trip.
MORMON IS SEEKING
ECRUITS FOR UTAH
Brilliant Arguments and
Bulky Literature Used to
Influence Women.
i he Bt( liar ati rai tlon af the egocia)
��� .     ��� given  by the offlci rs and mi i
"i   a  and   n comp inies   s,���-.���       ���
ment,  1).  C   ii   IL.    on   N< w   V- ai
afternoon, will be an indoor    a
mati I     etween   tin   offlcen   an I
men.    At the meeting held
e vening,  aft< r  the    last  drill  of the
year had   passed  Into  history,  pi.m-
were laid oul  ror the big event, and
the  following  list of attractions n is
in ide  om.   the   Bequi nce    to   be  arranged later:  Indoor baseball match;
, ,   . ���  .   ,- t  su taini I   through   broken  windows
relay race between representatives of
A and n companies, distance one mile,
four men from each company; officers' race; lightweight boxing contest;   wrestling  bout;    blindfold imr-
lesque   boxing   match.      Singing  and
n citations   will   In1   interspersed   with .
the   moiv  athletic    attractions,    and ,     \auajJilo   b
provision  will  be made    for the ���-\ &ii-/Mlk,u   .^j,,    ,,
a   large    crowd   "f   wmr._rl
inspector   Stewart     yesterday   per-'
The creditors of T. W. Piper.whose  fonned  ,,  pleasant    {.^.  ^ ^ dtv
blaims thus tar aggregate 18,000, met   Hlgh   gcho<)]|   whpn   he   pr; gente(
file other evening  in  Vancouver,  "
Glycerine   Explosion.
' ���    ���      i i 19     R( ��� ' li ;���
     i Itj   wen    adly shaken al 5.20
���-  , ��������� ; noon   ' ���   an ex; loslon of a
glycerine factory ncir Bowling Green,
���   ten   mil",   north  of  here.    De-
.    ���  this hour are not obtainable,
bul   ii   Ip  reported  there was  loss  of
in !   much   property   damage   was
For  tbe  past  few    days  a clericnl
a  gentleman whose deep theological re-
u   .set of books, the gift of Science Mas-   marches has led him to believe that
ili< ntt   Anii.-irong   was   lns.ructed   tO-to>.   ���-   T,    >i���-��tin ,���    \i     \     *���  uti ...��,.     .
" te;   E.  It.  .McMillan. M.  A.,  to Misses   t^c only  true  am,  ]asting religion   is
w    the boom ol  logs at present in   , .,,    Bowel]  ,wl   01jvf.  Whltworth
,iavn���i,i lake driven down 'to the Fra- j two   puplls   who  al8tlngUlshed   ,hem.
ser, re boomed and sold for the bene   Belyeg [n the passjng of theJr exgmin.
lit   of   the  creditors. atlons, their  work being faultless In
Tbe  driving of the  logs was start-   eyery respK,K    A  ,jnt, Qf coramen(la.
cd yesterday, by order of the sheriff. : tion    wrjtten  on   the flyleaf 0(-   th(,
It'is not yet known whether the mon-j hnok9   r,pnntpa  fhot  ,hl.  gjft   [B   for
ey  resulting  from    the  sale   will   be '
sufficient to reimburse the creditors
in full, as it is expected other claim*
will be  filed   very shortly.
The history of the case is peculiar.
Piper, in partnership Tfith anotner
man, bought and cleared timber limits on Burnaby lake.    Then a dispute
i  arose Letween them as to the sharing
C,  Dec.  l'J.���The or-  of  the  profits,  and,  not
SUNS lit SCOTLAND
INSTITUTE NEW LODGE
books,   denotes   that   the
proficiency   in   geometry.
WESTERN FEDERATION
THREATENS BLACKLISTING
tl 'i professed by Brigham young and
h.s band of elders at Salt Lake City,
L'lah, has been assiduously canvassing for recruits in the residential districts of this city. He does not. d -
sire to gather around him a band < t
male converts, much preferring to
dilate upon the merits of Mormonism
to any lady who will consent to listen to his array of arguments. He is
supplied with literature dealing with
the subject, and is said to be well
versed on all religious questions. As
far as can be learned, he has not
been meeting with brilliant success
in his quest for recruits.
ception   of  a  large    crowd   oi   y��un8|g0na   uf   Scotland     was   held  In   the   to pay  the debts incurred  in cutting, and special counsel for the American
mon- I'.e.    Fuss   hail     this     evening.      A
The  following is  the  committee ap-   j^ Jlst Ql auaee o{  chartei. menl_
pointed   to  look    aft. r   all     arrange-! ^^  ha()   ^^  Becmei  un,,  t)llJ new
ments:    I.ieuts. Corbould and    Gun-; hu]^ gtftrW 0l]( under m08t filvorable
ningham,    Col.   Sergts.   Pickles  and : .ius;,jl.1,2.
Kelly. Privates ('. Feeney and Sloan.   | '   T'h,.(L   wt.eks
Khaki   uniforms  were  issued  to a
large number of the members of the
two    companies     yesterday   evening. | smjtii   whjc!i   ,)as  nmv ��� good  worU.
and this color will in future be worn,ng membership,   He presided a- the
ree   weeau   ago   District    Deputy
Grand Chief A. E. Vert, of New West
i minster,   organized  a   camp  at   Lady
al   ill drills and parades.
Wedding  Belli.
A  prtttV  wedding look  place at El
uin on Wedne^ay, when Miss Emella
,\L  .Lil'iisUHI   became  the  : ride of Hell
Stevens, a prosperous young ranch i
of thai dlatrlct The oeremons was
perforated by the Rev, Mr. Reeackart,
the bride, who was dressed In *
brown broadcloth tra v. lling BUit, In"
iug given away bj her father, Isaac
Johnston.
The   young com l��   lefl    th ���   same
day for   Los  Angeb s   C il.,  when
four weeks'
Initiatory cremonies ibis evening, be
aasl ted Uy  Pasl  Chief all x. Ad
ams,   \ev.   Westminster;   Piper Dun
��� 8 '   McRae,   New  Westminster;    Dr
. an,     New    Westminster;
Thomas    Wilson.    Vancouver;
Geldfield,  Nev.,   Dec.   10.���O. A. Hil-
being able I torn  of Denver,  general   couns d   for
the   Nanaimo   to come to a settlement, both refused | the Industrial Workers of the World. "~ .J
The  bar of the new  Hotel Russell
the   timber���bills   for  provisions,   the \ Federation of Labor, arrived in Gold- was opened last night, as were a num-
hiring   of  help,   etc.       Tbe creditors   field  yesterday empowered   hy   Presi- bee of bottles bearing a label which
then got together and took summary! dent   Moyer  of the  Western   Federa- looked    suspiciously    French.      The
action,   after     having    ���ecured   judg-  tion of Miners to make terms of peace opening was attended by a large and
ments   for  the amounts  of tkeir  va-   with the    mine  owers    of  Goldfield. enthusiastic crowd.   The glad tidings
rious claims. j Just  what  are   the  terms  on   which of free    drinks  at    the  Russell  bar
������  i peace may be made, Attorney Hilton spread   through   the   city,   attracting
A case of the celebrated whisky refused to say, but he asserted that every press representative in the vic-
put ui) by the B. C. Distillery reach- they are such that if they are refused inity. The bar itself is comparative-
od [this office yesterday alfternoon, by the Goldfleld Mine Owners' assn- ly small, but very tastefully furnish-
accompanied by a neatly expressed ciatlon, tliat body will lie put on the ed. Massive pillars of oak, artistic-
wish on the part of the kind donors blacklist by the Western Federation, ally carved, enclose the mirrors In
that the staff would enjoy the festive , In an address issued by the ex cu the rear, while the bar is of mahog-
season   In  the   time-honored   newspa-   tive  committee of the  Western  Feel- any aud oak.    If the attendance las:
Chief   per style.    With  the  kind  assistance   eration  of  Miners, labor  union    men   night,   is   any   criterion,   the   bar   will
I'asi   of the bottled incentive, together with   are  urged to rally to tne  defence of lie one  of the chief    assets of  New
Chief Robert   Lundle,  Vancouver;   J.  'h*J  case  of
H nd   son,   Vancouver;    Chief  Heigh  expected anj
Fulton, Ladysmith.
Two basket all games are scheduled to take place al the Arm urles
this evening, when Vancouver lads
will again battle against the uphoid-
Premler beer which is the officers and members of the Fed-
day from Nels Nelson's eration charged with the murd r of
former Governor Steunenberg, of Wa
bo, and oilier crimes, and of the Go d
field miners who are on strike.
Westminster's
hotel.
newest   and   greatest
brewery, and a lew boxes of those
fragrant local cigars, which are now
being pul up, life will soon be one
. llssful   dream.
honeymoon will be wn nt   ers of the Koyal city's honor on the
The Olivet  Baptist   Sunday   school
will give a caniata entltl d, "Santa's
Shadow,"   in   the   school   oa   Monday
after which     Mr.   and   Mrs
will return to Elgin to resid
ard   given
Stevenslathl tic  lists.    The first   match,  bet-
: ween  the second  teams of the  Van-
| couver   militia   and   the   second   New
Westminster militia team, will commence   in   eighl   o'clock,    while   the'
Becond and more important event be-
Today's  markel   trading  is expect
ed to be Aboul   the  heaviest  for tin
year, on account of ii   beiug tho last evening next.    Much iiains have be. n
occasion  ou   which  tlie ranchers  will   taken to make Ihis entertainment one
WEST SIDE SIHiiOL HELD
CLOSING EXERCISES
, to V���   $l,ini'i.     4.
ijj $088.25.    5. Damages
, ,:   $2,220,   6, Increased
������ b..y..\:2   7. General
['-. ":   "hole   farm,  $2,500.
|t, ', '         For    rebuilding
,, ''            Grand   total,   $16,
""������I    portions of   the
''''I       !'   I,.--        |
��.,,, '"  va is  sections   bl-
to      '"    allway line.    Accord-
' ���   of the award,  the
Into im  (agree-
o improve und
'ruining    ditches,   and
Sullivan ami Consldine, the vaude
ville theatre circuit controllers, an
making  arrangements   for -the  build;
lng or leasing of an opera  house at  tween senior teams m b-���-   .,���,..��� ieo,i
Nelson,  whore il  is  proposed to put ties
performances    al   leasl   twice
on
week.    These same managers are in
control of the  vaudeville companies
which   appear  here   every open   night
���from Dec. 2:1 until the end of Augusi
1908.
B to atari Immediately the flrst
inuicii is decided, ti&fc Westminster
will be represented by the following:
Guards, Morrison, Robertson; centre,
,i ,,���������!.���: . Lund: forwards. Peele, Sprinfr���a
quintette which has not yet been
beaten  ibis  winter.
come iuto the city with th ir produce before Christmas, Exceptionally heavy consignments of all kinds
were received yesierday after.u on,
and trading should le brisk for several hours iliis morning, it is . x-
pected thai the entire stock will be
disposed   of  before  noon.
PROMISES   TO   TELEPHONE
ACROSS   THE   ATLANTIC
-    Brown t
'��� ���
un
1'i'rui
<Vl8(!
in.
sav.     ;.
"���   lasl   Item,  $2 224,
"Oil!      U,.      .
��� lirown    may  collect
London, Dec. 19.- in accordance
with the desire of the Royal society,
Lord Kelvin, who died two days ago.
buried iu Westminster Abbey.
will
rie.l in lln
'    ,:"        . iny,
The lasi sciential io be burl
Vbbey   was   ('bailees   Robert   Darwin.
Who  died   in   18*2.       Th-   funeral   of
Lord   Kelvin     Will   take
Monday.
Copenhagen, Dec. 19,���Sev. ral sci-
Sprlhgfleld; tll., Lee 19.���Tbe su-1 entlats yesterday visited the labora-
preme court today held thai the antl- tory of Prof. Poulson, who has recent-
cigarette act passed this year does iy developed a new system of trans-
nol prohibit the sale of cigarettes mission of sound and bo demonslrat-
made from pure lohacco, but. only ed the power of his Instrument to
those which have substances delete- transmit messages clearly and idoh-
rious to health. Thia is becnuse of rately. He said that he hoped to
the title, which reads, "An act to re- communicate with America via Ireland by telephone in February next,
j tl ue the sale of cigarettes."
The closing exerelsos or the West
Side public school were held yesterday afternoon, before an .audience
which tilled the room to overflowing1.
The exercises of all the classes were
held in the primary room, tb - program   being  as   follow-:
Song by primary room: recitation,
Gertrude Rainey; address, by Trustee John Peck; recitation, Olive Dudley; song, primary room: Mother
(loose play.
The numbers were ali well rendered, and the audience showed its ap-
  1 preciation    by    long    continued    ap-
Owing lo ,a severe cold which con- plause. In his speech. Trustee Peck
fined him to his room for Hie great referred to the good work done by
er part of the day, Mayor Keary was the teachers and scolars during the
not in evidence at the City hall yes- past year, and expressed tho hope
terday. His worship's illness is not that the new school would soon be
serious, however, and the routine completed. The complete promotion
business of tho city was transacted and graduation will be announced in
from the mayor's residence instead tomorrow's edition of the News, or
of from  his office, as soon as the figures are available.
of the best ever given by the child
ren. The principal participants wlll
be Evelyn Webber, who will enacl
"Little Red Riding Hood"; Bertie
Banton, as ".lack Horner": Wilbur
Smith, as "Hoy Blue"; and Miss Edith
Small, as "Mother l.oose." Thre
will ' 0 fifteen Brownies In the che
rus, A number of chorus song's will
be given and an enjoyable evening Ij
promised all who attend Miss P. W
Banton is rehearsing the scholars in
their  various  paris, i*
PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Opportunity   Still
Your DOOR!
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Some have opened the door, have
bought, will build h imes, and enjoy
a perpetual feast, of beautiful surroundings. .Nature has been very
kind to Xew 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 heaven
ward, until their snow-capped peaks
are almos! lost to view in the dome
of blue above. Conspicuous amongst
these, Mount Baker r.'ses to the
height of 10,71b feet. Then, again.
tho evergreen wooded slopes, ihe
murmuring brooks under green tree3,
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 in RIVER VIEW PARK
will be a comfort to the weary in
mind or -tody. .
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Starts  You
\\e here show you ������ IIVER
VIEW  PARK.    w.. havi   bI
bus   in   this  beautifu
in parcels of  I. 8, or IG lo
pric    \V/i are positive ly selling I
at   full)   50   p'-r  cenl   ui  li     ���  -
em   value,  ami   when  t	
make   terms   tn   buIi   purcha [I
you   wish   io   paj   ail   ca
allow a substantial dis ounl
For one  week onl;    *���<
the  following offer,     i   alee lol     e
|600;    $iu  per lnl down     ai I   $10
monthly.    This Is  a   chanci   fo   th
boys  or  an.   one of  I:::,
l am absolute!} certain you wil
double your money on these lots very
soon.
l-'or further particulars, app'y to
one of tbe owners. .1. W. Ney or to
any real estate office In N'e�� Weat
minster.
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I will sell you homes on good  terms  as follows:
2 five room rotiages at $900 each ���
3 five room cottages, new, at $1250 eac'i  ���
1 four room coitage at    $1200
What do you think ot a lot at $17."
n.-nr the car line?
$25 cash, balance $10 per month,
X 270 Columbia St.
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Buy a home now thai  will net a profit of $500 or $600.   WE I|A
just such  a   proposition.    New House on Fifth avenue i  rooms, B��'
ern.   Two lots each 6t!xl^_! feet.   You can sell one of these lots ��
$��",().     A" 	
into Ii.
we ash is $2700 for this property.  Good terms, too
J/nni
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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DEC   20.
1907.
THE DAILY M.\Y
PAGE THREE
BAPTIZING SHIPS.
EVERY BIRD
GUARANTEED
Turkeys,
Geese,
Ducks,
Chickens,
ofReicheBbach,i
The   'iVdfn   Method   a   Survival   of   a
Esr^.-.nc CeEtom.
If  fail  young  women sponsors who
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a bottle of champagne over tbe prow
rs _ be - the water
.   .;   knew   -
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the -      ���   : the < bam i
would nol !''���   -. ��� ��� ibe
rash and   the  foaming  I
,i_ . ', the i easel.
li   �� :. snnivai o( a barbaric custom
ade to the gods
and some living victim or offering was.
its throat ��� eu so thai Hie
\ er the prow of thc ship
c   ...i.h iinl     Tli'   > i'---e-i  w as bap
t.i warm blood.    No ���'   sparkling
��i    ���     :   pure water is used,  and  the
anj   eni\   , hough
mbollsm rem:;
��� re   is   another   i urloue   custom
ship tbat  Is Interesting In the
baa been banded down im ns
When a dlgnitarj visits a foreign coun
try    the  momenl   tIiut   bis  ship entei
b formal salute i- fired as a signal
ol welci tm     rii.-- . ustom "a*- obsei \
cil years ago, wben n was considered!
tb<        eel thing for a pen to Bn  its
i show ihe \ isiiinc atranger that
iin . It ..iis and authorities placed such
cm   '���. in .��� in liis  friendliness  thai   n
��� considered nee essarj  to keep
ins I Hilled, so all the shot n as dls
e ba    ���..    New  ^ ork Herald,
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Agents  for   the   Pickard   Hand  Painted CHINA  in New  Westminster.  ���
''������'���   piece guaranteed    hind-painted,      Also   a line   of   the    esi 4
China,
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
SI    Ushered    Inlo   Actual    Use
Most  Dramatic   Fashion.
bra     fl -i   ushered Into ae tu
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111c there arc a number ol
; ipj bold, free
hold     rhey   were ��� 1
nall.1       ll on wa ite land, nu l in each
���   . isor of the key holds ai
 nam y     .Vlthougb some of
the o< 1 uplers have replaced  the mud
nml   thatched   dwellings  of  antiquity
li ii k and slated buildings, they
no  p.-v er to  sell  or  w ill   thei
av.-:. for they ba\ e no deeds.   1 In n
: ��� dj lng the Brst persou to 1 ross
the threshold takes bis place If he so
desires    Many  devices have been resorted to to "i tain the kej . The prop
cn.1 b , arry n county vote, bul t'i" poor
:nw guardians always refuse to granl
relief to the tenants.���London Globe.
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, H^i^s
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TENDERS    WILL   BE  RECEIVED
^        SEALED TENDERS   addressed   to by the undersigned, and marked "Ten-1
T     lhe   undersigned,  and endorsed   "Ten-  Uers for Supplies," up to 1  p. 111, Sat-i
der  for   Public  Building,  Ladysmith,  urday, December 28th, 1907, for sup-j
11. C," will  be received  al  this offlce   plying ilu. hospital from 1st .January. |
until  Wednesday,  Decemher 11, 1907,  1SD8, to Jlflt December, 1908, with ilu
Agent Hamilton Watches
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CHOICE_ CHRISTMAS
Turkeys j      Geese,
Ducks   and   Foivls
Public Building al  Ladysmith, It   c
Plans and specifications can be Been      "eei.
orms of tender obtain. .1 al thl 1      tviutton;
! 1 1 arl menl and on application to ih
r.     a    ter .11  Ladysmith, B. C.
lln ail,   while   and   brown;
Pe --n - tendering are notified that
idei    niii no   be < onsldi red miles 1
on the  printed   form  supplied,
!  uiih  their actual slgna-
Pacific meat market-
McMenemy & anderson, Prop*.
Phone 192
Milk;
Drugs;    ���
llioccrii ������:.,
Wood, slabs, per coi d;
Coal, washed nut;
Pish;
Funerals,
Detailed  lists    of drugd, grocoi 1
,     '1  tender must  be accompanb 1   1,,.,-r, mutton, ami Bah can    ���   obtain
bj an   iccepted cheque on a chartered  ,-,i   ;,i   _^{   hospital.
. ade payable    to the order ot      Neither   the  lowest   or anv  tender
Honourable the Mini ter of Pub   DAceeaaril}  accepted,
.|:'    - equal io im per cenl  (10     samples of  the  groceries  and  all
1  of ih.   amouni  of the tende;    information obtainable on application
ch  will be forfeited If the persou  ,���  \_xe  lady  Superintendent,  ai   the
A  Vegetable  Freak.
California bus one tree which  is tbe
personification of mystery.   Pound nowhere else in the world. It bud n mysterious origin  and thrives  In a  region
Of   mystery.    Tbe   Mn.lnvn   yucca   is  n
vegetable freak  which has developed
Into n species.    It lias Ibe cbaracteris
ins of several plants, to wbicb un re
latiouship can be traced,    it is an en-
dogen, yet iis bark shows concentric
rings such ns characterise the exogenous   stems,    lt  lives  and   thrives   In
greal numbers in a region nearlj de
void of vegetation.   P  E  Magaslne.
SAILING Of ftffl
NO THREAT 10 JAPAN
���Ii  Ji  Ed That
Special  I I
Between fwo Nations.
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"Th. ��� fl^
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diing worth
tion ni  ilu-  world     \ e,  howevi
nol  i ntertaln the oj inion, ex. n toi  a
moment that I        nti ndi I      a
to   .Ja
Should tbe Ba t vlsll these tho
the in.  : cordial   eoeptlon, worthj ol
the  special   friendship    . statin \   between both nation        as  ired.
' The onlj  tee i   the dispatch
of tb<> fleel  maj  servi   to em oi
the aim Japanese   P�� II      .-       ..   Pa,
ciiii  coasl  and  bad to the repetition
of   the   n grettable   in. i.i. ni .  in   San
i": ancisco
'We trust, how vi r, thai the ��� nil
. .I Stati ��III take the ae. i bi arj pri
cautions in pre\enl  ibis"
The -M J - Ion ol opinion 's
almosl univer allj shared bj tb<
think   -
lend           ���lin    I o enter mm., n i nn    hospital
\Y*-*>~*'.*X*Z*~*^^ <��� when called upi lo so, or ll
'a- . fill _.
\\*   II. KBAR1
.   PALE5
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
& he fail in complete the work conti icl Secretarj   il C
jjj! e'l for.    If tbe lender be nol   iccepl   I   N-,,w We8tmlnateri  ,,.  ,-.
V ' thc cheque will be returned
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V In .icceiil  ibe lowest or anv tender
lu mber  L-ih.   1907,
���, ��� '  ;���;
Jj ! loneer Furniture and House  Furnishings   Dealer,   Funeral *
; e,���i Embalmer, and I will Bell you anythingin my line cheap ,���,
;J; Ive you better value ihan you cnn gel  In any other place ;���;
ij Try  me.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
iji Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretch-
H       ers, the   best  made, $2.25  per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and
Prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
tnbuLitors and Go-Carts of all descriptions
By Order,
FRED, QEMN \.L
Bccretary,
i ii    i ' menl of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 18, liuiv.
Newspapers will nol be paid for this
advertlsemenl  If thei- insert  it  wltn ;
oul authoi Itj  from the Department,
TURNBULL'S
BAKERY
4th and Columbia Sfs.
Elephants.
People who really know nothing
about   ei  uied   to  saj   thai  elephant
I    in    .leu n   l.i   sleep.     Phis   Is   nol
trui    t all ��� en ��� one wrlter, Thej ha> c
known   to   Btand   for   twelve
���!��� -    i Ithoul lying d..w n to Bleep.
This -    trded as w anl of confident e
in ii'i'ii keepei i and ol  V n :''
lie li   Id eu,'.  for when the'
pei fi   tlj   nl   .    .    md   re* im :'-'!   to
il   ii   fate they \\in He ���'     n ���
nnd sleep peacefully.
A  Flippant Jailbird.
"This confinement," Bflid the loni
faced prison visitor, "musl distressyou
gn atly."
��� Vi's" replied the facetious convb I
M find the prison Lars grating,"
"Ab, life i" j "ii Is n failure!"
_fes; It's nothing but a cell."
Lazy.
Some friends were discussing an artist whose laziness was proverbial.
iii' is so lazy," said one, "that he
paints nothing but winter scenes to
save himself the trouble of putting
leaves on the trees."
CLEVER   CROOK   CAUGHT
IN   CALIFORNIA   CAMP
San   Di.   o   Cai    De .   19     v.  |
i'.  Walk.
of the \i w   Brl   in,   lonn., bank   v\ is
de ec ,i
��� imp neai
ad   Iti   I   h ���
I   -      oo   the d
tive wl si   took  place
l old   an i
      ii       an !'���    pos Iti 'ii   in
I <   . i.
ii.    <��n ii   L    dl
iHin v. een i
i n  fn ank,
i   u   ���������  ol   the
coi   ' and
000  of the  co
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r.CLN'S GROCERY.
rtesuH   of   Occ   Partner's   Hunger   and
Ihe   Other   Partner's  Thirst.
.\   i he '��i'
bo \vn '���' tic nn
\- .   enhanced by an 111 fitting
sull of liomei pun.   Thus al the head of
s team be made his debul in the
i   world,   without  means,   withoul
education, withoul influence. Thlsmay
b sorrj  beginning  bui Iel It be
rei lembered thai If on that day be hml
nted from Harvard In n fashion*
nble coal the gates of btatory would
probnbly have been closed agulnsl him.
Mr. Lincoln's tirst business venture
resulted in downright failure. He
formed a partnership wl^b one Berry.
under the firm name of Berry \- l.in
coin, lo curry on a grocery, tor the pur
i ba e prl< e of wbicb tbe Arm note was
gives. Merry was n jolly, Irresponsible
soul, who was born thirsty and who
Kave bis undivided attention to that
part of tbe stock known as "wet groceries. " Mr. Lincoln, on tbe other
hand, Inning a keen appetite, HevOtftd
himself to the crackers and cbeeSR
: smoked herrings and other edibles at
the dry end of (he shop, This happy
adjustment rivaled tbe familiar ease
nf .Jack Sprat and his congenial spouse,
bui the meager slock could not long
withstand the Inroads of hunger at the
one emi and thirsl nl the other, and a
crisis came which required the sale nf
the remnant of stock The purchaser
defaulted, and Mr, Lincoln was left to
; aj all the liabilities n tusk which
i igued him for several yenrs. There
by he had Impressed upon him a legal
proposition that a partner is liable It
���iin.
ii is related thai Mr. Lincoln bought
i barrel of a i ustomer, In the bottom
��� ef which, among other rubbish, was
found n i oi" of "Blm kstonc's < !om
mcntnrleB." This wns ;i great And for
the 'em student, bul n the book thereafter eugn b id Lis attention the gins
. ien- ini t . ollnp 'ed Thus ended
the flrsl lesson..,!. \\ Qnarles in Putnam's,
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies.   Fresh
i,    .��� ana w-wm oi-i. u��""i  ,,     .__ _ r-iifirnrAiT       r llHl culss caiunes.
I       "mh e,f job Work and repairing done on shortesi notice. Reason- S    HILL  &   (jAUVREAU    tftffV, G. B. chocolates
(J       riee. and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving da ly.   |
id the block ami am still doing business In the    ime place e
t      Ue
!���! :i Ilie same old way
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Draughtsmen
Tel. 37.
Bread 5c per loaf.
Come and have a look at
our Xmas Cake before buy-
ing elsewhere,
The Seventh Time.
She- \Vhen 1 accepted Jack he said
ho felt as lf he was ln the seventh
heaven. Tie��� I can welL believe It. He
lias been engaged six times before.--
Fllegende Blatter.
I        IN THE NtW^'Tel. 37. New Westminster, Bc|30c'per pound. It is good
Made Sure of It.
Molly When you spoke to father, did
you tell him you bail $500 in the bank?
George���Yes. Molly���And what did he
say? George���He borrowed It���Sketchy
Bit?.
A "Jumbie  Bird."
In   the  VVeSi   Indies  Is found a  bird
calieii the sunset bird, because hall an
hour before sunset nn.l half an hour
before sunrise it utters Its peculiar cry
of Soldi coucher!" Tbe natives call
1t a "Jumble bird" (S tdril possessed of
the devil) and saj that to kill it would
bring death to its slayer. Another bird
found In ibe same region ls the "Sou-
frlere bird," which makes Its home
near the volcano of BoufriePe, and
among Ibe natives there Is a Btfotlg belief that the firsl individual to see this
bird Wlll die, while lhe most horrible
torture by evil spirits aw-alls (be man
who kills tt.   Minneapolis Journal.
A Display of Tact.
"Pa, what's tact?"
"I'll tell you. If Mr. Dulhvlch, our
minister, should some day announce
that be would resign unless we raised
his salary be would uot show tact, but
if he hinted that he Intended to remain
here a.id preach to us all his life unless
ive gave bim a raise he would exhibit
n.i in tho highest degree. I hope yon
i.in rs! :i ad "���Chicago Record-Herald. PAGE  FOUR
T3E  DAILY  NEWS.
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all  new sto"k   ������'   Ich
TOYS!       TOYS!
Don'l forget that we have a fill line of To
we are selling al loss than eastern prices.
Our line of Dolls at $1.00 anel $1.50 can'l b   equalled.
PRICES ARE RIGHT
Every FRIDAY we have j  spe'Sal sale of ( iioice Home-M de Can
dies.
SATURDAY we will sell a poplar brand if 10c CIs;ar* at 4 fo
Two for a quarter at 3 for 25c. -^-^^rt*>TT^rsvj^iT
C. A. McKILLOP, "
SUCCESSOR TO R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram cffice
Phone 310.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News iv, ,
lishing Company, Limited, .<' thef
Offices, corner of Sixth and Froul
Btreets, N'ew Westminster, B   C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
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FRIDAY. DEC. 20.  :?2~.
THE LATE MR. TARTE.
Th i ; ai ee ol 'ina. J, i-i ���������! Tarte
removes .'!":n the ranl.s oi ('.ma ia'.;
strong public mi n one whe- ua- ever
ready to bear the brunt of th ��� battle,
ever willing to be in the fie iiu lime
and io render willing service to
partj io which he held allegiance,
ll.. was a good administrator and tha
only thing his enemdes could say <f
bim was thai in th.- multitudinou.-i
business or his departmenl he .I id not
scan every detail sufficiently to pre
vein the Greevj McConnelly fraud,
for they failed after a searching inquiry io conned Mr. Tarte a.- having
knowledge of the wrongdoing or in
any way profiting thereby. .\li. Tarte
fell ihat his Conservative friends had
done iheir best to knife bim ami ho
ai once changed his allegiance to the
Liberal party /and became minis er of
public works in the Laurier ministry.
Mr- Tarte bad bis faults, who has not,
but he had sterling qualities tbat far
outweighed any fallings iie had. Ho
certainly bad rhe courage to leave a
bad crowd and join forces with men
whose every aim is for the public
weal. His faults will die with him,
but his work wil] remain a testimony
to his ability through the ages yet to
come.
thus became constitutionally responsible, anel on either side Mr. McBride
is -ins we rable tei the Legislature and
in- people for allowing or advising
taat their rights he subjugated. The
more energy Die Colonist displays ln
trying to shin the blame t'i other
shoulders the more it becomes apparent Premier McBride was alone responsible and cannot escape th- con-
sequenci s,
PEPPERS   AND   SALTS.   FIRST   QUALITY   SILVER   PLATE.   FROM   25c
PAIR.
GENUINE  CUT GLASS  PEPPERS AND  SALTS.   FROM   $1.00  PER  PAIR.
WE  HAVE  A   LINE OF  CUT  GLASS  UNSURPASSED      IN    THIS      CITY.
AND   TAKE   GREAT   PLEASURE  IN   INVITING   YOUR   INSPECTION
TOILET
WE WILL HAVE ON VIEW IN OUR WINDOW TO-DAY. VERY
HhAVY STERLING SILVER TOILET SETS. THESE ARE ALL GOING
TO BE MARKED AT REDUCED PRICES. ��� A VERY HANDSOME
PRESENT   FOR   A   LADY,    COME   AND    SEE
Tonight's attractions, "Are You
Crazy?" at the Opera house, and the
Hon. Richard McBride at Cunningham
ball���we sincerely trusi there i- no
collusion.
The Prince Rupert Empire says:
As the Empire predicted last week,
cunning won against brains in Hie
Conservative provincial convention
held at Vancouver on November 22nd.
Robert Francis Green, of Kaslo, who
was forced to resign as chief commissioner of lands and works in the
McBride government because of state
ments made to Premier McBride .and
his colleagues by Sir Charh s Hibbert
Tupper, president of the Provincial
Conservative association, was elect d
as chief of the executive council of
the party al the Vancouver convention. Now if Premier McBride asked Robert Francis Green, of Kaio.
for his resignation as chief commissioner of lands am! works for good
and sufficient reasons, has nol thi
Conservative party��� the party of purity���stultified itself by placing Rob-
trt Francis Green, of Kaslo, at the
head of its executive council? tf Pre
mier McBride demanded Mr Green's
resignation  merely  as  an  act   o
��� ���Of4*
Goldsmith     Silversmith     Diamond!   Merchant
Columbia  St..    Next  Tram   Office
&
SOi^i!!^!
Utica]  expediency  to    s;.'-v  'iis   own | JsJ"fcp {."ROM
jrovernment from defeat, firas he  oal
done  Robert   Francis  Greets a   great'
wrong to allow  his reputation  to re-i
main tarnished  with tbe chafge thai
he was forced out of his, McBrM
government because of unfaith fill me ss
to  a   public trust?
Ottawa or Japan
Teachers Wanted-Male.
/\,,. ,_,,,.    l-���    I       - ,���. k ��ue for H*8* Sctoo'    and one for
L.an\ou   no po t'> .--ot t le ,    ���     ...
, .    J.          .   ,'                  . common    school,    New  Westmin tei
this cheap labor question flir ,.,������ ���,...,,���,���.��� n,At term.
  Applications received until the 30th
i'i-Mil'
Jnst hive your garments,
with the Union Label
attached, made bv   :    :
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor J.  N.   AITCHISON
Eii<rd Block. Nfw WiMrtmtn.tor, a c   Columbia St.        New Westminster
R,    I.KNNIK.
S<vr<T.in .
THE
ADVERTISE        O
��� IN --
DAILY       NEWS
PRINT
Havi ;
town by the
huh grade
Jackson & Morris
DAIl.V  N  .
����� BOWSER   BILL.
The  Victoria  Colonist in  its  ibsue
of Tuesday last says it is no part of
Lhat paper's duty to defend the Lieut.
Governor and then proceeds to do it [
in   the   most     labored   way  Jpossible. j
'The  evident  intention   of  the  article
is  to confuse   the  is=ue,  and  in  th21
end lay t'ne  blame  upon the  Liberal
government and relieve Premier Mc- j
Bride  from   the   unenviable    position j
in which he is placed.   The fact that
the bill by its wording was non-effect-
Ive iis entirety forgotten and one won- J
46rs that Mr. Bowser, who introduced I
the bill with the consent of the gov-|
ernment, if he were anxious that it I
should  become  workable  law,  allowed it to pass its various stages with j
provisions   having   the  very  opposite j
purpose    from     what   was  intended.
This of course makes no difference aa
affecting  the constitutional  responsl- i
bility, for, as it passed th-' Legislature, so it should be taken as the will
of the .people by the King's representative, and assent given thereto, and I
it is in keeping with th.' rest of the
farce to say that, if it had  bee.i as!
sented  to, lt  would be disallowed at i
Ottawa,     li   i.s als >  wi le Of th i  well
known facta to aay the L'eut.-Governor Lad  been instructed    to withhold
ass ni. for Promi r McBride was the
first to break the news to th ��� Ottawa  governmenl    thai  such  a  course
was contemplated    and  the  surprise
the announcement caused is reflected
in the unbelief of Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
in that he requested  Hon. Mr. Scott,;
secretary of state, to wire the Lieut.-
Governor for confirmation, which was
Immediately given, showing there had
been an understanding arrived at  between   the  Lieut-Governor    and   tho
premier of the province prior to the
departure of Premier McBride for Ot-]
tawa, and that whether his colleagues
and supporters knew of it or not. assent  would   be  withheld.    If Mr." Mc-|
Bride disagreed with the course proposed, why did he not say so in Ottawa?    und    Ihere  i;   not th ���   least
scintilla  of  evidence   or  suggestion
that  he  considered   the  Liberal   government responsible for the withhold-j
lng of the Royal Assent and It. would
hg.ve   been  directly   opposed     to the
facts   known   to-himself   for   bim   to
have thus  laid  the  responsibility at
that time or subsequently.   If it was
the Lieut.-Governor's    act,    Mr.   McBride agreed   with   h in and   as-ium d
tbe responsibility, if be did  nol agree
with   him   he  still   continued   as  h\91
chief adviser  and   first  minister  and '
PURE
IS THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED  BY  THE
Easterbrook
OF EBURNE
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 for Pastry       TRY
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers
Ask] for   Terminal,  and  see that you get it
Feed  of   all   Kinds.      Hay
The Easterbrooke Milling Co.
McQUARRIE   &   CO.  Local Agents.
112 Front Street.
r.<wawtv����-
mas
Gift
s
For Men
HERE ARE A  TEW ����S6ESFfOBM FROM oM
BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS
.SM0KIN6 COAT.5 $3v50 TOUO.OQ
Lol/NGINd KOotS    J I.00 12.00
NECKWEAR.          50 1.5��
UMBRELLAS       1.00 <7'50
VESTS. FANCY       2.50 S.75
BRACED, FANCY       1.00 \-n
HOSIERY, PLAIN, FANCY...          25 7l
HANDKERCHIEF.'               .              25 l-00
EVENING DKISS P. 0-,   .. .
TECTOR-5     J. 00 2-d0
���SHIRT-5      J.00 2.00
t/NDERWEAR, SUIT      J.50 ���'r-5��
KID 6LOVE.5      J.25 *'����
PYJAMA-5                    1.50 2.50
NI6HTROBEJ         7S 2-00
.SWEATERS *      2.00 4'00
HAT-5      2.50 5-00
.STEAMER K\J6S     Q.00 J4'00
BAdiS And suit casks    2.00 ^-o0
H. L DeB
OPP. P.O.
The Clothier.
NEW WEirMlNoi^ IIDAV-
DEC 20.   1907.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
page rrvE
- - -32. tmytkmmTJJu ^MSilttZXEalmmZm
Fhe C^cish Stores
i
ristmas
erybody has Something lo Spend on Something lor Somebody al thristnias,
anil This Sion) 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 sin tl
���JS��
Another Whirl in Fancy
Linens
This time Carving Cloths and Centre Pieces get
Marching orders.
Buy S. B.  Runners, 72 and 54in., at $1,25,75c 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 Ito the" store,
that's something, for once thev taste of these splendid bargains they'll come
again. Now we add to th i off sring Fifty Elegant Silk Waists at $2.25.
Vou 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.
lonff Turkish Bath Robes, with hood, two side pockets, cord and tae-
vu'iitSL	
sels at waist and neck; $9.50 value for $6.25.
Initialed Silk II. S. Handkerchiefs,   10 doz.  only;
or
at 25 c.
Ilearmg at 'son.   Larger
at 50c, 65c, 75c and $1.00.
Give Trefousse Gloves and give the best!    Sold here at old  price, $1.50 up.
Black, tan, mode, navy and white, in all sizes.
22 and 25 in. Gloria Silk Umbrellas, latest mountings, of gold, silver, gun-
metal and natural wood handles, best Paragon frames, barre[ runr.ers and
steel 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,
h;it pins, fancy lace collars, purses, bead necklaces, gloves and ties.
Another sale of Trimmed Hats up to
$15.00 each for $4.95
100 Ends of Fine Wool Blousing
Clearing 3 yds for $1.25
Open Tonight
till 10 p. m.
T. H. SMITH
Open Tonight
till 10 p.m.
City News
receipts amounted to only $36. J. M ; James Stewart, propri'-tor of the
K< nny. Ok. rentarateur, took the p.ir ij!<1 Country boot store, has jus: re-
of Sam;.' Claus, and bis daughter, SRved from Glasgow ,a Beries or sir
Miss 11 ���!/��' Kenny, officiated at the beautiful art pictorial cafenflars,
piano. Miss (Catherine Dauphin e which it is his intention to dlstrl'eufe
I , ,,.- ,.   ,    cigar    f,���. y ,Mr  appeared as Mrs. Santa, to the greaf   among  his   customers.      Among  the
,, �����  delight  of  the    youngsters    present.: subject* are "Queen Alexandra," "My
Mis?   Bennett was the  principal  solo- H.-art's Delight is iu the Highlands."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ist. anl    Loch Achray."
'rin- closing exercises of the High
Suiool   will   be   held     this   afternoon,   ��� ,., .,vcv��^<><^*��** >������������*����������������������� K>V444444*44444*444+*Z
1 ���     s al   Reichen achs.
commencing at 1:30 ���clock.
Kyle & Son are still selling
of creeamery butter for $1.
1 s.
**
:
Several  cheap  lots  for  Bale,  cl
to car, In Sappi rton and  West Knd;
$100 each;  easy term...    White, Shiles
& Co., city. *���
The Pickard hand-pain i'ii china or-
ii"iii| during the exhibit In the summer ins arrived W. C. Chamberlin,
|ewi ler. **
For cut flowers, Douquew or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B s>08. "**
:
1
1
A   special   meeUng    Of   the   School
board  will be held  in  the City hall
tins .veiling for the purpose of trans-  ���
acting unfinished business
8
?
Buy
'.;:
china    for    Xma     presents   ������
ice to bu;   H is al A.lams and  %X
Deans, ** ��.�����
If
< *
annual   Christmas    entertain-
i'e ��� ���    of    the    Sapperton Methodist
i   was   held  last    night   in the
rch      A   splendid   program   was
resented,  ami   the  large  attendance
;.    ��� nl   had    a   very   enjoyable evening.
4
ti
I
meals in  the . Ity at Kenn;
Single meals 25c; mea! tickets $4.00;
white cooks. **
- w
  I
The Christmas eutenaintnent ��f the *T
'���'.'e i   En i   Methodist  church,   which *���
takes place on Dec. 27, will be under J*
the direction of A. P. Halliday, Sun- *���
'da.   school superintendent.    A floral 4_Z
.drill   by   twenty-four   boys   and   girls 4+
will    be   the   urineinal   nttrafitlnn   nf ���
the eveninff-
principal   attraction   of
8
Adams and Deans Is the place to
my groceries if you consider quality
in.I orices,
Geese eHt   Reichenbachs.
2  modern  G-rooined houses  to rent
on car line. $22-50 per month.
Shiles ,fc  Co.,  city.
1
White,   X*>
**   tf
I
!
��� entertainment and sab.' of
work held by the Cathedral guild of
Holy Trinity church ln St. George's
hail last night w.as attended hy
about seventy-five people, who passed
a very enjoyable evening. The sale
of work after the entertainment given by the children, netted about
$40.00.
Leave your orders for turkeys an 1
geese at Adams' Public Supply stores.
No,   1  birds, drawn an.l undrawn.   **
Mistletoe and Holly for your decorations.  Ring up Tidy, florist. AIM.
You cannot do better than, purchase
your Turkeys, Geese and Chickens .at
Benson and Ayling's.    Fruit,    confec-
tlonery and  fresh  fish daily and al- $2
ways in store.
Thc Methodist Chinese mission will
hold its annual Christmas entertainment this evening in the Mission
house. One of the special features | f
of the entertainment will be the
singing of a number of Chinese
hymns by four little white girls, who
have been taught tiie language by
missionaries. The inevitable Christmas tree and the ubiquitous Santa
Claua will also he in evidence.
mfggggff^^jSmmmWKt^am^^
Back up a "White Man's Canada"
and eat at Kenny's restaurant.       ���*
5 room cottage, goo.i garden. 3-
stall stable; immediate possession.
Price $1260; $750 cash, bal. on easy
terms,   white, Shiles & Co. **
A soccer match between the Rovers of this city ami the Thistles of
Vanoouver will be played on the
Powell sireet grounds, Vancouver, tomorrow afternoon. The kick-off will
take place promptly at ":l!0 'in the
afternoon. The lineup fur the Rovers will be as follows: Goal, Barbaree; backs, Clark and Herringshaw:
half-backs, l.oaii!>, Turnbull nnd
IV'ele; forwards. Locke, Lockhart.
Craig. Watson and Lumsden; spare,
Cunningham.
Job printing. The Arrow Preu is
again In operation with an entirely
new outfit, specially chosen for fine
stationery and society printing. We
shall be pleased to meet .all our former patrons and are desirous of adding
e many new ones to our list. E. M
J Doniiny, Prop. Windsor Hotel Block,
Front, street. **
The Christmas cantata, "Mine Host
Santa Claus," given last night ln the
school room of the Queen's Avenue
Hethodtet church, was a brilliant
success. The .audience numbered
over three hundred, but as all children .were- admitt'd free,  the    actual
I
��� ���
FULL LINE OF
Christmas Goods
I
t
I
Drugs,
Toilet Articles,
Leather Goods,
Fountain Pens,
In Special Christmas Wrappers tj
Fancy Stationery,
Hand Mirrors,
Triple Mirrors,
Lowney & Webb's
Chocolates, in Boxes of il
all sizes from 25c to $5 ���$
I
Cigars, Ws and 25 s    \\
In Neat Christmas Boxes
I
���4
���:
F. J. Mackenzie
I
DRUGGIST
Phone 66.
P. O. Box 217
Dominion Trust Block.
>*���������������<
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 COM
PARED   TO   THE   RISK.
PHONE. WRITE OR CALL FOR
RATES.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
i
:��� ���.'���.,������ I    ���-��� ������       -��� ������ ��� TAGE SIX
THE DAILY MAYS.
FP'Di
3EC
!���'
FOUGHT  IN  A  FOG.
A D.i-d In Which Neither Principal
Could See tne Other.
Tlv ighable duel ever"fought"
in  i that  which took place
in November, 1878, al Plessis Piquet
betwi ,i Messrs. Gainbetta and l>e
1       ;nn.
Bome heated words had passed between lhe two distinguished gentlemen
in the cl     i ber of d for which,
according to their Ideas of honor, nothing could atone excepl a duel. Thu
i:.:. mei therefore on the Held at-
t. tided by their seconds and the sur
gi
A. lool er 'Ik* Beld was enough to
convince any one preseni that there
wo ild be no occasion for the <l< >< I irs'
fpi'v;. es. \ thick Non mber fog bung
o\ er the 6 ene bo thick, Indeed, that
one could hardly see his band before
his face. The arrangements for the
dud v,'i|uiri'.i thai it should be fought
at thirty Ave paces.
Nor was tbe fog tbe only circumstance thai tended to place the combatants out nf sidlit of each "ther. On
the way tu the Held M. de Fourtou is
n ported to bave said:
"M. Gainbetta has but "tic eye, and
I am shortsighted, so the game will
be .'ii".nt ci en."
It was. nt course, rendered still more
"even" by the fog. Neither man could
Bee the other, and tbe sole danger was
to the seconds and the doctors.
Almost miraculously the two bullets
that were exchanged missed the persons In attendance*; Everybody's hon.
or was satisfied and the whole party
went homo. Gainbetta said that the
affair was as near to being a skirmish
ii. the dark as anything he ever saw.���
Philadelphia Ledger.
soon &ettled*fhe question. "Upon my
soul, gentlemen," be declared, "the reiiort of the foulness of the water was a
slander on tbe city of Harrlsburg.    I
absolutely  know  the   water  t.i  he   p.-r-
fectly healthful, for during the session
l drank tbe watei on two different oc-
ms, am! I never experienced any
Hi effect   Whatever."  -Pittsburg  Press.
SPECIAL
Music and Method.
The sa  .. healthy way to study the
piano ls in :i\'i',y one's I hougbl direct
'ee tbe work laid oul methodically by
���:ie bi r for a certain 1. ogth of time
every ��� !��� y.    That  length of time de
I .nds entirely upon ihe future that the
.��� .:  d ay  decide  upon,    if he or
she  take  up  music as a  profession.
four hours daily  should he given t..>
study; lf a ��� .���:.' amateur, two hours are
.'Ji oases !!ie. division of
��� i ee devoted to practice should he not
less than one hour.   I. .1. Paderewskl
in strand Magazine.
McQUARRIE   &   co]
Real Estate Brokers Insurance   Agents     Financial A.
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 TROINT ST.    i'lionc 333 FRONT ST
TKE  NEGRITOS.
Odd    Marriage    Ceremony    of    Thess
Hn barous  Little  People.
Beloi -   I' '.'���" il" to ibe li
t;. pe ol        lization as j el
the   Negritos   of   Malaysia   and   their
v. ell wi rth studj It i    Simple,
fei''      ' Ilarous little peo]   ���
��� ��� of prehl li ���
Tl ". i  Bxed  borne or ���
i t are  wanderers  over
li	
1 living ou 1
i
i a i
. Ufa,   "
n   fe dan e
I j
a  cu ii ���   ''
d f tin
.    -
of i I
er, sta
' ���
t r and 1
r inue  their entrc
.    -i .
��� girl.   Preseni i are
i tied i ).-!   musl   be   .
���   reluctanl   bride  will   pr i-
. ��� ���       en ai h fi
    platform.    A I
sl it p i " s the air, and the bridegroom, a frenzied animal, (ears
tl i the egritos assi mbli d ar the
'��� i r the platform, snatches the
bi In his arms and flies up the incline ate, where tbey sit
during lhe weddiug feast���New York
lb:: Id,
Force of  Habit.
"I���I must iiot listen to you, Mr. Pen-
uyaline." protested the blushing girl,
with eyes downcast. "Yon are only
trilling, and and. besides, it is getting
late."
"���'lease hear ine out, Miss Helen"
pleaded the Infatuated young reporter.
"I'll cut it down to mo* trordH.'1
Milk In Turkey.
In Turkey there Is a great Consump
tlon of the milk of the buffalo, the
common ow. the goal and the ewe,
but it Is hardly ever used In a natural
state. After slow cooling the mill; Is
treated with a ferment taken from the
previous day's supply. In a few hours
a curd fi rms which is called yaghoun.
The | ��� ation Is preferred to mill:.
and ii li,.- a pleasant, clean, add taste
and i<. of course, nutritiou .
The  Haopy Family.
:       ,;       pi the midst ol
Mere Is an   It.   i  which
. i i binocen    ���
Mr, , s
ill!   And n pii
. _hc
;!e.
id     Ii '    ;
.     "    :    ���
���'
wii\- I an g you to
-">��� bre b, ���-..''; '::.,! |    men'   pin-
.Splaa by whal the; do. -Bul i
Looked   Into the  Wall.
c i absent-
- ' bai ��� I of Peter
b  lawyer.    A   .
Burrowes   al  an early
I       I  him shaving
b to 	
I !
��� le f ir?" be a ked.
glass,"   . as the re-
lut tl er?'s  e.i jj  ,     there,"  I -
uce.
"Bli   ��� j ou!    I didn't i      ce thai     ���
id Burrowes, and th
I him what had be
��� of 1   ! ml Tor.
"Why,  sir."  said   the  man.   "it was
I r . en - :.\ weeks ajaro "
FRONT STREET
Jap  Oranges  60c
per box. Sweet
and juicy.
Seeded Raisins
16 oz. package 2 for 25c
12 oz.       " 10c each
The  best goods at   a   low
price.
Currants, 3 lbs. for 25 cts
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
NINE LO Brun
ette and Di sets,
Sapperton,   $1600;    ha
cash, ! terms.
:, -, ��� 12, 13,  : I,  l
16, : 7 - . . 71, 72, *3
and :. livi
���
from 5123 to $200.
6 ro m hou e on Hamilton Btr.eet,
all modern Improvi ments One lot
fr.  ., lai 60x132  Price $1400.
$600  i       monthlj   ,
ments.
8 ie om house, all modern Imi rovi
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood streel
Sa    ���   ton.   l'rice $2700.    $1  cash,
balani e on time.
3 :j acres land nest to Roj a] LXaft
l. ������ '.     : ��� a   cultivate I,    not  a
stump ��� n        no .-.   In | ra      28 beai
Ing   . nds,   snilici'-tit
.   i irge  barn, a-
tm and
aboul     250   I'ldckcns;
near ioo   an
a $3 01
fi ...
1 Lol - s, lan.
i
���
Don't forget to leave r
order for that TURKEY
Free Delivery ie', Al! Parts
cf  the City
Good Cheer Store
'Phone 276      255 Front St.
iDVEl   riSE   IN THE DAILY   NEWS
1C0 acres, less 3V4 fi '  ' lU
' i,i i  Sec. ii    all 1 otton
dry farm;
;���    drained i
.   md and I n ce l   round   nd th
.'��� ;    5 room house;    barn 40x75,
sufficienl  feed for aboul  SOO bi
stock.    Price $8000;  ten
cash, bal. t.i sull purchai er,   I me mile
ition on new car line.
22, block ll, b. tween Mn,
Hoffarde and Thomson house, Carnarvon streel. full   Ize $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
A! li rgrove Btation, 30 acres ci- ired
anl partly  fenced,  good  house,  barn
table.    Price $16 per acre;  $176
balance to be arranged
: i A ci: K'S, Bloi k 9, Lol No. 2,D
!y ���   6:   south side of tl!.'   ���, -. ��� r, m it
".     $300;   halt   cash.
2  LOTS,   132x132, X -W.  corni i   i I
ith Streel    and   St. Andri ���-. a.   r. h e
$1050; half ci
2  lots od  Sth   SI      ������'��������� ��� ��� n    5th
Cth Ave. on east side;   tull      ed   66>
.  .    N'os. 9 and  12.      Prici   $1
both, ��� '-...
Block, corner of Auckland Slitii SI .
al an acre.
$2,SoO
Men
Lots 14   an :   15 ol   I ol
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$400;   b
1 i   ;,
i'ih street   $1200 ,
2 HOUSI
rton; i
shed an I I 'J
shed.   $1000 ea f
an..   .
77.58   M I
Ploughed and 1 '
K   '���  Sect. 5,    $73 per ac .       J
cash, oni  tl
months,
7  LOTS.  120)       '     ...
I   lots  clean
b ... e   :,
��� $1500, fl
i   \ IRES
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The Smell of the Dawn.
iif all hours ot the day there is non*
like the early morning for downright
good  odors���the morning  before eating.    Flesh from sleep and um logged
with   f 1  a   man's  senses  cul   like
knives, The v.i: ! ��� world comes In
upon him. A still morning is best, for
the mists and the moisture seem to retain the odors which they have distilled through the night Upon a
breezy morning one is likely to get a
tin}.!" predominant odor, as of clover
whin the wind blows across a hayfield
or of apple blossoms when the wind
comes through the orchard, but ppon a
perfectly still morning it la wonderful
how the odors arrange themselves in
uprlgbl strata, so that one walking
; ' through them as from room to
room in n marvelous temple of fragrance.   Ai erii ah Magazine.
CLEARANCE  SALE
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6 LOTS PACING 4th AVE.,
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRI IT OP ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSL, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER ,CON-
NECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
1.1
$60  each   lot.     ''
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HOUSE and LOT
$5,000,
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I eo rooms (recent 1     .      ���   ���   1 ��� 1
All modern conveniem es;    hoi
COld    -��������     !.������'>.     e-i ���     '
water,   bath,   ilush  closet,  lava
-'..e  I
Of New and Second Hand
Furniture, Stoves, Pictures, Lamps, Etc.
The entire contents of my Front street stores ������
must be dispos3d of at once as the building is to be |
altered and two stories added.   -This  is  your  op- \
portunity   to buy a complete outfit at   a very reus- |
onable figure.
A  Powerful  Indorsement.
Manj    ��� . ��� there was consider
able Illness in Harrisbur r, which was
nttrilml     I ter   . f the >'u--    ���
;e tin i  .��� .ef the 1 Ity
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House and co 'a e eai Columbia si ,
i; ats for $25, c tt: ;e for $\-2.;
ib.ii-iii   , a  .  ti rms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenciug to hear;
new bouse, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, halance fi
and 12 nionths.
This property Is only \'., mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could he sold with the
property al a snap.
I mr m.i warn >n 1 .ii nm 1 ii im _��� ii'.i wi������ mm .
I
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, cor-
��� of Llth Street and
!.' '.val avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balan* e to be arra iged.
1  :���   ��� -    fron     P   '
lory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot $2,100; ti '     |
GCxl32, with lane In rear; ,    t of loi   '���'���"������-' '
set out  with  fruit trees,    pric $2,750.       ;      .. . i
$1,500 cash, halance arranged. ,.,,.     ; .   ,, .   gapperl ll "."-\
160 acres on the Reef' road, 15 acre-   'it $20 eai li.
cleared;  ham 50 x 30;  Btable , etc.;
splendid Boil; onlj $30 jeer acre, $1,000
cash, halance easv.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
ahout Tn acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
One and one-half   '
full  Bize  lot,  Bltuati I nortl    -1
Koyal avenue and coraer ol      A
street;   fl rooms;   hatli room, tei
cold  water, closet;  woodshi       I
hearlg   fruit trees;   streets
i
shies;   fine  view.
cuh.
Price r.soc 'i
.��� ��� ir
7 lots .Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th  avenue, next to Qunns ranch, 1
I lots cleared without a stump; small '' Lot facing 2nd St., between Q��*l
house, chicken house, 17,", choice and 3rd Ave., secon,1 lot from Q��<4
chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash.  Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared; V
Lots 16, IT and 20 of 11 of 3   Prici alonPsi(,e nmi  K'"'"      Pri"'  V*
$500 for three or $1:2 ca.h;  1-2 ra.-h hi,!f c'flsh' balance easj al i
balance fi months at 7 per cent, -,i ac.rPS |���(
Full sized lol on Royal avi nue, be ,i'"; "!l',;s '' ' ��� \
ad clear-
all    1   ��� ���       tivation, $15,000.
in   handle  tl '"'
bargali 1   1 an be at
error the above fou
special price h 22 be
chaser.
House  30x42,  Ith    8
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Books,   Fancy   Goods, Toys,
Beautiful Calendars,
Xmas Cards, etc.
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J. J. MACKAY & CO. I
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS        |
^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^<<?Cv> 'It ��<��'���� �����.�������< v*< 4 <*������������������������< ������������������������������������������������*
ibdi fisl in ol loi   16, bloi i, 6, com
P I    . 11   of the fim il residential
tei In lhe city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnlficenl propert; Is
situated on the coi-,. 1 , of l-' mrtb avenue, First . trei I 1 facing Queen'e
park- and Emory Btreet, comprising
in all ten 33x120 fool lota facing on
Fir t street al $700 (excepting the cor
ner lol facing Fourth avenue an 1
Firsi ��� e : beld al $1000); two Iota
on Fourth avenue, 12 1-2x120, al $600
per Im; tour lots, 52 l -2x85, $450;
five 1 its, $400. Call at. our office on
Fro-at streel and Inspect plana,
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Saj.;,erton; reals for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32, Timber, flr, collar and alder,    (lood soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars,
Lots 17, IS, 19, 20, 21. face on 16th
street and Mil avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 1 Inside lots $200 each. Price
$9r'0.  cash.    Single lots at cash
���-'���en Fourth and Merrivali
ea. $1,200, $80 l ���    b
Acreage on Vancou vet  road, c rnei
���ir Gilley mad.   $225 per acre,    \   ���
age Is Belling fasl at this price
Nc. 308,   8-rooraed  Hou ie,  with  bath
room, etc.;   Agnea  St.     $2,500;   ^
cash, balance 3 and fi mos, at 7
N'o.  306,   9-roomed house,   ��� th   bath  bedroo    1 talrs,
room, comer ot 6th and   ignes Si   ,,������,, ..
Price $4,000; terms ',. cash, balance
ii and fi months at 7 7;.
"'"H      ���  "'   ��      e"     '	
$1,500 cask, balanci
at 7 per cent.
and 5th Avi  ;
bath
cash.
NO.   310.���9-roomed    House   and
room,   Ague:,   St.    $3,000;   1;
balance 3 and fi months al 7
No,   312.���8-roomed   Hous..   an 1
room, Agnes St.     Price $:'.r.oo;   ',.
cash, halance 3 and fi mos. al 7 %.
160 acres,   Westminster dis!riet, tu
"'  '   '   under   cultivation,   Id   acre     1 r
chard, ���"���., acre strawberries planted
'bis year; aider bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
11 post   frame house  arid  coiv
chen and pantry,   bub
ning I a. k in Ash Sl
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Three ful sized lots on Fi'ilw^J
1  north side between First
stir, ts, No, 5, i; and 7.   >
i a.di nr $1  for Uie three,
' M
'Full sized lot, nortii  m ���   A
���it,en Btreel between b,\ib ���'���
streets; $226,
.   ���..'������
28  acres on   Mara ���'w'    pAjJ
llle'f   'I
' -' ""-    ni'.i.'e    .will     Mill     *..���,. ,..,,,      A    l-r.l
'tables, three in all, Btable 8 cows and JSJ " ""   '.,,',   b
�������� '���: near Mission St, ,;i��^LJ'   ��"T-^
anil 2 years at ' '
BchoolB,     churches     near     al     hand:
Steamer lands twice a day;   about. 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never in cn
logged; $2,000   refused  for   standing
Umber; carriage house 16 x 24;  hen!. Ji:��rk ,]? 0i
house
1  lot  No. 24  on
side of 4th avenue
13th. street
Price IWO ��|
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12th St., e"'.Li'hlrfl
full sized Ints,   Price $2.t>0
SOO. o^
oeuse made of hewed timber laid in "Vu.F 6 12 and 18 montw
��ortar, 12 x 30.   A Cam,. ol a ���fe. c"h- bal' 6l   ;'"._, n liM
time. $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6  -A1^ ��an g/fc 13     $350 *f %
Per cent. . ,8,lb' "j.fj.fTZntha at f*
oui).   ju,   o.   u.".   -������-   .
cash, balance 6 montns
���W*-,-.!   . D-'
DEC  20   1907'
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN
^_^mJMmmm\
Lye You Ever Investigated |ij^
.  ana
e u,,   ver tried to find out why so many men
Progress Brand" Sui;,'
Ljffi      red whether '   Progress Brand" is different, and better, Clothing?
here IS a d;fference.    Thousands of men know it���
" [md know why "Progress Brand'   lothing is better.
pind out for yourself.
^ por THB I.ahki. That Truth t.,.
H.   L.   DE BECK
ARE SELLING TODAY
[leaned Currants, 10c per lb.
line Ril��bon brand seeded Raisins, in 16 oz. pks.
!    the best we ever sold.    2 pks. for 25c
jhoice Wallnuts 20c per lb.
tomatoes,  Corn  and  Peas,   Quaker brand and
! istle brand.
[ou will ^et quality here at right prices.
DAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
(. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
I VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
PIONEER   COURT   INCIDENTS.
"'ee  and   Easy   Manners   In   Early  Illinois Trials.
Mo : of Uie early 1.. note court-
liouw i re log built bul in some dl*>
"��� ��� saj s the autbor of "Lincoln, the
Lawyer," tbe sessions were beld in the
barr is of taverns, and the absence
of all formality In the proc linn* is
besl Illustrated by the facl thai In ttn>
circuit court nf Washington county,
beld by Judge John Reynolds, the sheriff usually beralded his bonor by singing nut. i min' in. boys! "inr John I*
a-goln' to liulii court!" to whi. li cordial
Invitation those bavlng business with
the law responded,
Another sheriff in i'nion county made
luuilniile efforts i" meet the requirements nf the occasion by shouting out
this singular announcement: "Oh, yes!
Oh, yes! Oh, yes! The honorable Judge
Ifl now opened!"
In one ease a Judge who desired to
display his learning Instructed the jury
very  fully, laving down  the |nw  wi(h
( authority. W Se Jurors, after deliberating some hours, found themselves
unable to agree.   Finally the foreman
ruse nnd asked for additional instructions.
"Ji  lg<v Ibis 'ere Is the difficulty," lie
exp 'liied.    '-Thi' Jury want to know If
i  llmr whal you told  us was r'nl'y
ie law, or on'y jlsl your notion."���
Youth's Companion.
F
Manuractuiers  and  l.'caters in  Ail Kinds of
liber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     I urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Piain and Fancy Glass.
ARMERS ATTENTION!
nber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
>yal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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\0R SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
fiver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
?hth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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R-Gilley���Tel. 122,     Offlce   Tel.  16. G.  E. Qilley���Tel,  291
illey Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL    DKhLERS IS
I lln3'on Coal,  Van.   Portland Cement,   Rosebank   Lime,   B.   C.   Pot-
[ry Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra  Cotta,  etc.;   Clayburn Pressed,
[an,tl- and F,re  Brick,  Fire  Clay,   Qartcralg   Fire   Brick.     Liverpool
' FortJc Coal, Common  Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
HViMMiufiBranfffM*,**iTBr���mw *u I
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Metric Railway Service
lnt��r"rban    Line.
F8 tor   v
Vancouver  and    wav
I,       B wi|l run every half-
r,ro�� 5:50 a.m. to 11:36
m
Cars |oa.
i ,n��' tne  depot    every
I,    ''"'"""  tor both  Sap-
���r,on -I,, i
. ,       ' clt> limits over the
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;|ty Lie
Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty mm-
Utea after anil forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. '"���
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
nt ten minutes after the Hour,
half pasl .m.i fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing ft 6:20
CL.   III.
Sunday Service nair-nourtr 04
twden 8 30 a.m. an I 11 p-m-
[rit'��h ColumMa Electric Ry- Co., Ltd
EMBROIDERED   TRUTH.
Mark   Twain   on   !-il��   Ov/n   Reputation
For Veracity.
I inn useed tu bavlng my statements
''��������� ounted My mother began i1 before
l uns sev.-ii years old. Vei all through
my life my facts have bad a Bubstra-
t'.iia of truth, and therefore they were
not without preciousnesB. Any person
who is familiar with me knows bow to |
sf'i)..' my average and therefore knows
how ei uei al the Jewel 0f any fai t of
min" and dig it out of its blue clay
matrix. My mother knew thai art,
u hen I wns seven or eight or ten or
twelve years old���along there���a neighbor said tO her;
"Do yen ever believe anything that
thnt boy snys?"
My nml her said:
"He Is the wellspring "f truth, but
you cnn'l bring up the whole well with
one bucket." Arid she ndded: "1 know
bis aver " e, therefore h ��� never de-
- ��� '��� me. I disc mi.: him ��� I [ier cenl
for cn h oidery, and whal is lefl is
perfect and priceless truth without a
Haw lu it anywhere."���Mark Twain's
Autobiography in North American Ke-
\ lew,
The Fignting Lemming.
If tli" lemming's powera were pro-
portloued to his pluck,  the lemming
would   make   things    lively   for   the .
hunter.   It attacks with reckless fury
tho harmless passerby.    One of these
creatures, smaller than a rat. will as-
nail without a second thought a couple
of human beings weighing ITa) pounds
apiece,    It will spring to one's knees,
barking  ancl  biting,  and   In  purblind
fury  fall   back  "all  ends  up"  to tbe
earth, only to renew- the attack again
and again.    One day while one lemming -was Hying at me another from
beyond a small stream joined in tbe
demonstration   and   presently   swam
across to get to close quarters.   I was
uot quite sure tbat tbe flrst fall into
the   water   was   not   accidental,   but ;
hardly  think so,  since  once there  It i
came  straight   to  the  charge.���"Wild ;
Norway."
Mott Nearly Ptrfect Vacuum.
It was Trofessor Dewnr's achievement in liquefying hydrogen that led
to the dlscoVeffry of an easy method of
obtaining nn almost perfect vacuum,
and that In a single minute. When a
glass tube tilled with air and closed
at one end has Its open end dipped Into
a cup of liquid hydrogen, the Intense
cold condenses the air Into a kind of
snow that settles to the bottom. If,
then, the upper pnrt of the tube, from
which the solidified air has fallen, ls
removed by heating and cooling It off
It becomes a vacuum chamber so free
from air that It Is dldlctilt to force nn
electric current through It.- New York
Herald,
His Old Letters.
A Wall street business nun showed
n visiinr H bundle of old letters that
he wns inking home from bis office to
burn iu his furnace. "I wasn'l always
sn particular aboul these useless business letters," he Bald, "until I learned
thai tho women cleaners were sorting
them oul of the wastobaskets nnd selling Ihem in certain Arms which make
a business of furnishing lists of names
feer various purposes, mostly to speculative concerns. Then I concluded
tbal I owed it to, my clients to protect
them from the nuisance thai follows
getting one's name on a mailing list."��� :
Xew Vork Sun.
The Aye-aye.
A ver\ strange animal, related to
the lemurs nml peculiar to Madagascar. |
Is the aye-aye. It feeds on wood boring grubs that tunnel into tho bark of
trees. The beast cuts away the outer
bark with Its chlsel-like teeth, and as
the worm retreats to the end of its bole
pokes after It with a linger. This linger i.s a remarkable organ, evidently
provided by nature for this purpose,
being abnormally long and armed with
a hook shaped claw for dragging out
tho grub.
The Inspector's Life.
Caller���I'd think that your father's
duties lis building Inspector would bo
awfully dangerous going round unsafe
buildings, Small Son of tho House���
Oh, no; he doesn't go near 'em till after
they fall down. - -Life,
The other fellow's advice may be u''.
righi. but you'd better use a little boron
���ense with It���Spi'lugflold Ropubfln i1
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Christmas Cards
Cnnstmas Postal
Novelties     -     -
BIG  LOT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Xmas Presents
A few Suggestions to help you in
deciding en that present you wish
to give.
STERLING SIL VER���
Manicure Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Card Cases,
Cigar Cases,
Hat Pins,
Bon Bon Trays
Military Brushes
Eliony Military Brushes, Leather
Collar Boxes, Gold and Silver Headed
Umbrellas.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
Xew Westminster branch P. O.
I3ox 546.
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APPLES
"0000 ONES"
We have n fine assortment of
APPLES, eating and rooking,
ranging in l'rice $1.00. $1.25,
$1.50.
NEW   DATES.   FIGS
AND   NUTS  !
JAP ORANGES
Last     shipment   before   Xmas;
Hie  best this season   	
   60c per box
PURE MAPLE SUGAR 10c a Cake
We have a fine assortment of
"GOOD"   Chocolates,   in   fancy
<b-��xes.
CA. WELSH
The People's Grocer
P. S.���Try a sack of our Hungarian Flour���better than
Lake of the Woods or Royal
Household���and the price is
less: $1.75 per sack- We are
selling lots of it. Repeat orders every day.
No bitterness  in  WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.     It u piquant
in saltners - bul delicate, giving just
tlie rifchf savour.    Ute no other.
151
ADDITIONAL LOCAL SIR'S
I
Do you mui! a new cottage on a
i ir-,. lot, below market value? We
can s :;t you for$1000, only $100 cash
and balance easy. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon Hotel.
J. W. Evans has returned to tfoe
city after producing "Don't Tell My
Wife" with marked success iu Victoria and Nanaimo. He is still considering tbe advisability of taking a
company of local amateur thespians
to Blaine or Bellingham for the purpose of producing that popu'ir comedy, and will this week interview the
j members of the cast which delighted
j New  Westminster  a  few  weeks  ago
Buy your Xmai candle* at  Kyle's,
I Front street.  2  llis.   for 25c **
Chickens  at  Reichenbachs. **
Good flour $6.60 per barrel, at
Kyle's, Front street. **
Turkeys at  Reichenbachs. **
Five Roses and R. H. flour, a'
Kyle's, Front street. **
Irving Beers, well known locally as
! the promoter of the now defunct Rambeau Stock company, is at present in
| Edmonton,   where  he  will   direct   ihe
production  of "All  the   Comforts  of
] Horn-"''   by  an  amateur  company,  on
j Dec  30 and   31.    Beers  is   receiving
j considerable  puCTng in  the northern
newspapers, and is said to be work
ing hard for the success of the production which he  is handling.
Mali b. J. t..   is wen worth'�����Kiaes��Ka��i��2��nsM��^^
reading. The college news and ath- J
j. tic gossip is, as usual, very well
coveri i and interesting, and the number us a whole is rathei eti r than
one is accustomed to expi '��� ���'������ ���> '"'���'
lege publication.
.   r stmas turkeys and ge   ���  I
ami undrawn, at George Adams' Public  Suj pl.i   stores.      Leavi   you    c
i **
any.
i:,     .  :������ newlng your Are Insurance
polio   for 1908, call on White, Shiles  |
&. Co., and get their companies' records  for   prompt    payment   ol  losses
during  1907.
The best off*
Kid Glove
**
For If
our
li. (.'. Mark, for manj years cashier al th.. C. P. R. offlce, has established  a   bakery    at    the  corner ol
Fourth avenue and  Second  street, in
partnership with his sons.    The services of a first-class baker have l>een
secured,  and   Mr.   Mark  has already I
distributed    some    fine    samples    of j
bread and pastry.    Mr. Mark expects j
to open  a down-town    store  for the j
sale of confectionery and candies, as
well as bread, iu tiie near future.
We are agents for the I. H. C. e-so-
line engines.    These engines are giv- j
ing universal satisfaction.    Abbott & I
Hyde, next Guichon hotel. * I
fPRKITCHEH ECQHflWY
AND
ICOOD PAKIHG
I/PREMIER
Lady Friend,
If ynii preseni  a  pair of Gloves, let them be I e   .
lhe best is the only satisfactory kind to buj   and ther
better Gloves than ttoynier's.   w, are exclusive agenl
known make.    Don't worry about not    knowing the nroner       "
buy.     We  will   gladly excWge all  OUT  OloveTwhich hap   ^ ^
wrong  in this respect ' to l*
We  suggest tl.,-  following lines as being most appronriat.
Ladies'  Fur  Top   Lined  Gloves, ,n  Urns or  browns,  pe/pj   |, ,.
*1.60, $1.1.1. .and   ,,	
Ladies' Silk Lined   Mocha  Gloves, per pair *Z0C
Ladies' Cape Tan   Kid, a most durable Glove for st,, ������   .   *"0
pair $1.25, $1.50 to 	
Ladies' 12 button Kid, black, white and ��lo���,'per'pan ^
CUTLE
A splendid selection of newly
Imported goods from the
Celebrated  Sheffield Makers
YSOIN & SONS
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.       -
Tel. 65
The li. C. Cigar factory is manufacturing six different I rands of cigars. *
The Olivet Baptist Sunday School
will give a Christmas Cantata entitled
"Santa's Shadow'' on Monday < vening,
Dec. 23rd. at eight o'clock. ***
How would a box of'clear Havanas,
like the "Brillantes," go for Xmas.   **
The Christmas number of Lux Columbiana has just, been issued, and
reflects great credil on its editors.
I The short story this month, entitled
"The Hen Doctor," for which J. II.
Grant, is responsible, is very creditable. "Christmas Morn Among tlie
Hills." a poem,  which is signed  with
TREASURE
;   j^TEEL RANGE
'" $4 00
Our Special
Kid Gloves
;���    th
Our 25 differi i
from,    in tbis sped ,      ,;.
MOND"   PIOQUE   8EWN,
VII.I.K GLACE   KID
LINED  GLOVES
I i .        pi       '
ill.-  lines  men l< ne
re th<
e of  -h.nl. s and   stj li - on    land In thi .     ov
ov      vi] i ii   price -per pair  ��--:
K'-^ttfi^JSHS^T^S*.:. aw- -.:,-.y 3w?.y,v ~XilJ.b2-fiJ:'^2"."-'��� *^
//si.
FTP      gjjTHEIiAKERJ   % Women's   Woolen Gloves   for a Cold Snap
--- ~" ' I    Boys'   Heavy   Knitted   Gloves,  per   pair   !        ti      	
Girls'  Heavy  Knitted Gloves, in plain  OOlor8,  such  a *���
and cardinal, and  Mack and white,    also fancy
pali   2- c, 25c to    j
Ladies'   Heavy   Wool   Gloves,   in   the   Bami    range  ol
' I,vi s;   | er pair 26c to     ���;
Ladies'   Jersey   Gloves,   called  the   buckskin   Bnish;   so
are  lined  with Bilk, others are lined whh warm
I air  10c  to    [
Ladies' Wool Mitts, black only, per pair 35c to	
Children'-.  Wool   Mitts  In  cardinal,   navy,  white
dr 25c and   	
Ladies' or Girls' Wool  Armlets,  white   only;   a   fine
the wrists;  per pair 20o to   2
Infants' Fancy and  Plain Wool  Mitts, all colors and wl
10     '���'   	
We consider this ,
the best   value
of anv
in the  market.
Don't Leave Yo
Till the Last Minute
COME EARLY AND GET
A GOOD SELECTION
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
���      ���
Big Speci
1 st A beautiful Imperial oak sideboard, handsome
German bevelled mirror, top 20x44 ins. and 6 ft.
6 in. high.   Regular $22.   For $1 6.50.
2nd A massive chiffionier, British bevel, serpentine
front, 5 full size drawers, solid brass handles.
Regular $24.   For $17.
3rd We have a neat secretary, golden oakljfinish.
Regular $6. For $4.60. 50 different-styles and
prices to choose from.
4th Just received: Big stock of bamboo tables. 3
size tops and shelf on each. Make a useful Xmas
gift.   75c, $1, $1.25.
New  Bakery
H. C. MARK &SONS
BMERS  and CONFECTIONERS
Drawn Work
Table Covers
We are showing all our Taney Linens in the rear ol the
main slur.-, utilizing a poi on
a the .Millinery departmenl for
the  purpose.
Von can obtain iho following
sizes in tin sr Table Covers: 2:
Inches square, eaeft J1.35, $1.60
30 in. square, each $1.50, $1.66,
$2.00, $3.00 and   $3 75
nt; inchi s square,    each  $1.65,
$1.75, $2.75 and    $5 25
).". Inches  Bquare,    each  $_.' 25,
$2.76,   $3.26 and       $3 75
54  Inches Bquare, each...$4 60
FACTORY���Cor.   Fourth   avenue  and
Second   street.
STORE���Sixth street, next Columbian J
and near the Post Office.
A  full,  fresh  supply of  Bread   and
choice    Confectionery    constantly  on
hand, ai    oth places,
Phone:     0 359.
Plain Linen Table
Covers.    All sizes
D.-.mask   Tea   Cloths. ''\
54,   54x72,   ani   54x9i
li      :.     with  horde I  '���'���
I      . $1.50,  $1.75 tnd J
Linen Table   Sets.
I n '��� size table covr-i  �� '
do,'.  napkins to mati h; 2 ' ���'''���
jr. $8, $9, $11 .nn] ...      W
Table Damask,  in  ovi
terns,   with  as   male',   'i lalltlw
to select  from;     pei        I ���'���
lo      V*>
Colored Linen Table Cloths,
slices 6.4 to 10.4; each "'c
to   $1.75.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster
$250 Cash
Will Buy a
HOUSE
(Sec. 5-6) Nice new S-room house,
painted, electric light,>ater, 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.
McConke/s
Chocolates
Arc the Besl
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New West*^,(
Telephone 83
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
I Columbia Street
Open every night until Xmas New Westminster, B. C.
i*Er��^>__u.;-;^^ f
iJhi m     _tt9MUJ
m F. J. Hart & Co.
j LIMITED.
New Westminster. Chiiliwack. Vancouver.
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT
PHONE B 284
Cholca  Meats  -ind Chickens
on hand.
Corner .eighth St ��nd   l'ifl"
, alvM
2M-: yj��.i DEC.  20.   1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
Umbrellas
Neck Muffler..
MORE   CHRISTMAS   SUGGESTIONS
50c tt; $1.00 Ties in fancy boxes
50c to   1.50 Armlets       :
75c to $1.50
25c to 50c
Chappell
Preston
Cor. Columbia and Begbie Sts.
Canaclian     North-Wes-.    '"")
Ri    ..lations.
i
IEN  GOING EAST
>k THF. TICKET AGE]
���
BIRD   SUP
Qjeer  Be
IONS.
ui i
New Wellington Blacksmith's
COAL
Mayers & preston
P" 105.
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ts  net
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..-ver
Lottage ; in
West End,  cc 10th   street
: :
1 wi -. ��� rj
Very easy terms
lins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
iefs  Tha;  Were  Held  by th*
Ancient Mariners.
i'e' . the air were
.   ���
od a
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lied
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It  is   e. it, ex-
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rain   in   the   I
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"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
v  in the
BE by . EN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF FAME
:    , . STERN,    LTD.
I best ideas
i I
W. PARKER,
GENER U. AGENT,
��� tn Second A ���,��� Wish
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Ij md 27, Bli        IXll, i
.... asl  r.
,\ e ��� e ..." Ind E
rty will be issued to
wil
ids.
'
[t t one
Hire
I
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.
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..���'el .
on tl       1st day ot De-1 half digested food oi er gulls
+ + v#+*"*.444**44+4444444*-*f'4**i4<>44*>44+9*4t44'>t>��4t>><> t >
red    from J     -
ct of thelt
��� Evening Classes in  Commercial Branche
���    :.      ''ee,.      Illll     f-S     ill    t ll O     ���     "   IU       I ..
:.    hereto be made to
me In v, i I Ing I ������ a - e son nr pi .
ite or Inter st t1,   '���
.in, or in any pari  th r....f.
C. S. KEITH,
Dis ricl  Registrar ef 'i'i I b.
Land Registry offlce, New Westm lister, ii. r . .:m]i November, 1907.
The   i er   -'.I   or
CLEOPATRA.
The Story of  H :.- De.-lh  From the Bite
of z.n A
It Is adniitte I thai  Cleopatra '.. lie I
If   in  avo d   l><     ;       hlbited   at
��� ::i ihe triumph of Octavlus, who
1 made war upon hi r .'::].! Antony be-
..". .��� tlie I.liter had divorced iby (Ck-
persons having in   Uivlus') sister on the queen's account.
... ..vide I
Land 1 .���   \|,p '
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
I
V
:ro    .i
ling    to
e   I tli      ii  a
the   . ee.e   whili
and own-
notil    the agi ni   IN   I'HE M VT I GR    ol Jtate of
en,  late ol  the Cil
,v \\ Bi       . Ce '
[Ottawa . GIVEN pur-
f Brl
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the still
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A. D   I
i he ��� :
���, John  Hen        and
Ine, will procoi l    i distribute th
.    ,    . ..��� ihe' pa
Will   be  hold in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, Novembi r 5.
For rates apply at the College.
���
���
���
i   W. J. SIPPRELL,        ....        Principal  ...
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i&MS3%3Lm��miLm*v ��� tmib^jmmzm^m-M-
their cu todj or p ssesslon tli" foil av
ini; Title Hi ds r lating to the sai.l
property are requested io deliver the
--nne tn the nude reigned:
r.th Decemb r, 1862���Robert   Kerr!
to John Cooper, conveyance in fee.
Martin  &  McQuarrie, solicitors  be'     '
for applicant, Trapp Mo lj, \e'v
Wi stminster, B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ai
N'ew
.1     ISTRY   ACT.
e   .    ���
Do
impie
n   S.  \. '���'!' '
bearing date t
��� : ,:in , an e '
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In tl    Disl ricl of New
.. Province oT Bi 11
Amas (jirts
.. r\.r.vt.:x :.������ . i:..-jM:ro!nr.ii
I , narlj known,"
is   -ots 18 to 25. incl-i of which they shall
��f��<  Part. '"���;���' ���  hnve notieo,  and thai   the said
11   ���    rownah,P '"  .    ,  executors will not  be liable   for tho
I                 Ho   yon are required) ,,.   ,           [iar1 thereof to any
I               "   claim of the tax  pur-, ..������, of whose claims na
I                          n   i'. i���( ,.   (���..._   .1......   <���..,,...,   ��1... .                                 i    i ..
iii forty iiv,  d&ya from the]'" ;', ;nl| 'ni)t  have ;,,.,,  received by
il   p iblic ition  of this
ou     otherwise  l  Bhall
��� .'e.  1      II,, 1,1,1,.     I
..:���  ft
flt'tie
as   owner
\nel  I  hereby direct
m of this notice for one
���""iih In
,���,,���,,i the time of such distribution,
DATED ni   N' w  Wi Btminster, this
6tli day of November, IW7.
MARTIN  &  McQUARRIE,
Solicitors    for    John   Hendry and
A daily newspaper publish-       )ol)M ,,  jardine, executors ol the
'    tmln8t��r will be g i'     gald EBtate,
j/'"'    i   service there,,r. |
x,""      :  the Land Registry offlc3,[-
We have an endless variety of dainty, and
inexpensive goods  such  as
Lace and Chiffon Cellars, Fancy
Belts, Collar Supports, Opera Bags,
Fancy Lace, Silk and Chiffon Scarfs,
Jewelled Back Combs, Umbrellas,
Fancy Tea Aprons, Silk or Ice Wool
Shawls,   and many  dainty   novelties.
Make your selections early if you would get
the best.
Re Lots i in i1 i inclusl te) .
I  ���'��� of Lot 91, Group l. Map 110
'".:::'      .i    trict.
Whereas pi       ���     thi   los    ���
ritl     . imi   i   I - I
���   n i   Pe       '     h im,    '
.
Iven il. ii  l
ol  one month       m
ite of th
'
1   '   . lon  be in ule I
C. S. KEITH,
I   Tltll  !,
L-and Ri g|   ry 0 11, i. >,.����� \y. stmln-
i"i'-. B   ('. Oct. 24, Um:
fOOKSLEY'S
Bul .lid she die from :i snake's bite?
It is belter to think not,   "If her death
had been causey bj   any serpent, the
Bmall  viper  wou!,.  ratEer  Lave  been
ch .   u   than   the   large asp,   but  the
! stn'.;.   is disproved by her having deck-
it' In the royal ornaments and
'found dead withoul any marks
or suspicion of poison on her body,"   -.
Heath from :i si rpent'6 bite eoiiij not
have   be"ii   mistaken,  aud   her  vanity
would nni have allowed her to choose
one which would have disfigured her
in so fi Igbtful o manner.
oilier poisons were well understood
and easy ol acci ;, pnd no boy would
have ventured to carry an asp in a
baskol of tU's.  oe of which he even
e i to the guards as he p 11   .i. and
Plutarch shows thai the story of
. ���'.. s.loni'' mh   Nor i e the statue
carried In .'ii aiph,   which
proof of his
lu It,    Ince the i aake was th ���
m    Of    I. '.    royalty.      The
tor i . ���   i i   ipatra
,   valid   ''',l! I not have beeu ' one. and
tiiis   was  proli.Jih   the  origin  of  lhe
n hole storv
NOTICE.
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUB-
lie that ai'ler this d ite all orders for
wood will hav,. to .e accompanied by
CASH.
(Signed)     BELYEA   ft CO.
LOUIS WILLIAMS.
WILBER   SMITH.
Dewniber 6,  1907.
I\,  "iin     iv   ninu .>     Ollie     ,   -
^minster,  Province  oi   Brit-
ve   29th dav of august,
C.   S.   KETTH,
|T. ,,,.. ;,: trici  Regl trar. ,
.Ooiiglas, EJsa.
1 ���. J
I ADVERTISE ��
IN
THE       DAILY       n'e VV 8
U Vu'i   WANT  HELP,
The White House
fliNG LUNG &
TOM miv HONG
StiecosRors fo Wing Kee & Co.
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Street
Ol   New  Westminster and  dist net
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at   Gamons   Cigar   Divan
-tii'Advertlse the town we live in  1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr      ...    ,, ,,",,,       ��� ���
We  have   all   kinds   o    Provisions,
j Shoes, Clothing, Faming implement*,
"j Hardware   and   Japanese   Cools     for
j sale  al   moderate   prices.
friends.
r.
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
FOR QL'IOK  RETURNS.
20 Jemmett St., cor. Carnarvon St.
I P.O. Box i.m;.    New Wwtmintter, B.C.
x IO
THE DAILY XEWS.
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THE  ODOROUS  ONION.
A Werd or Two In Favor of the Pungent Vegetable.
The onion need have no fears. Its
position Is secure. Burn of the lil.v
family, probably in Asia i.i tbe faroiT
centuries, it grows all over the world.
It waa well known to the ancient
Greeks and K.uieans. It is mentioned
in ancient Egyptian writings and in
the Pentateuch. When the Israelites In
the wilderness*grew weary of manna.
tbey sighed fcr the good things they
had lefi behind, and they distressed
Moses when they lifted their voices in
weeping and cried: "We remember the
fish which we did eat in Egypt freely,
the cucumbers aud the melons and the
leeks and the onions and the garlic.
but now our soul Is dried away. There
ls nothing at all, liesides this manna,
before our eyes." It was not so much
the flesbpots of Egypt that they sighed
for as the succulent leek, the pungent
ociou. the odorous garlic. The onion
Is the Welsh national emblem. In
Spain and Italy garlic, which is mere
ly a condensed onion, enters into nearly all dishes of both the rich and poor.
The onion thrives ln Siberia and In
Honduras. It flourishes on the Nile
and on the Mississippi It was a favorite with the Ptolemies of ancient
Egypt, and It finds favor with the
highest and the lowest fn Macon anil
Charlotte. The lady of *halott died
of a broken heart because she bad to
she up either onions or her liner. Her
lover was one of those finicky fellows
Who objected to the odor of onions,
and she would not give up the shallot.
The onion Is all right It never seeks
to conceal itself. It Is about the only
thing In bash In which one can bave
confidence.   Nashville American.
DISPERSING   A   MOB.
Efficacy of a Fire Hose or a Stout
Rawhide  Whip.
"A good stout rawhide whip In the
hands of a policeman would be one of
the most effective riot breakers I can
readily think of," said a police inspector. "There is nothing the average
crowd of roughs fear more than a rawhide In the hands of an expert unless,
indeed, it is a stream of water from a
fire hose. Refore the stinging lashes
of a rawhide there Is no crowd which
would not cringe and fade away. Then
where there are children in a mob a
cop does not want to nail one of
the little ones on the head with a
night stick. A crack of the whip
would be less cruel and quite as
effective. It is usually the sharp
crack of the lash that does tlie trick, as
much so as the sting. In Russia tbe
clout is used with more deadly effect
than the rawhide or blackstiake whip
could ever be used. Of course there Is
danger of putting out the eyes of some
one with the cracker of tbe whip, but
then. too. there Is danger of breaking
some heads when the night stick is applied.
"Did you ever see a crack driver
from the rural district handle a long
whip; He has It down so fine that lie
"an flick a coin out of your lingers
twelve feet away. A policeman could
become equally proficient with practice. It would be just the wrinkle In
many cases where there is a mob to
handle. A whip aud a Are hose would
nuikea great battery. The fire in muny
a rioter has been extinguished by the
cold stream from one of those two Inch
lozzles."���New York Times.
*
Fe��r ana the H��ir.
i That fear -?'m cause tlie ^air to stand
- ?n end bas M^1 known through the
���eDturies. ever since S spTrtt passed be-
.oee the face of Job's comforter. Eli-
0*oa��, the Temanlte, and "the hair of
aiy flesh stood up." At the execution
of a horse stealer In 1825 the man's
spiritual attendant noticed that,when
his bands were tied "his hair���long,
lanky, weak Iron gray hair���arose
gradually and stood perfectly upright
and so remained for some short time
ind then as gradually fell down." Car-
liual Pacca saw Tlus VII.'s hair stand
���'reet from anger, aud Eccleslasticus
records that "the talk of hlm that
iiwearetb much maketli the hair stand
upright."
As Others Saw Him.
A day or two ago It fell oul thai an
actor with a purpose was cluemato-
prraphed on the stage and was vastly
pleased with the result.
s.ii.i be gleefully to a prominent dramatic critic, "It was the most extraordinary experience I ever went through
���-actually to see myself acting."
".Now," said the prominent dramatic
critic, "you understand what we have
to put up with."   Pall Mall Gazette.
Marriages.
Celibacy does not pay. A good marriage is the supreme human felicity, a
tolerable marriage Is as much as the
tolerable majority of people deserve,
but even a bad marriage ls better than
no marriage at all. ���Sydney Bookfel-
low.
Sunlight   Soap   contains   nothing that   will  harm  the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at ,
a JL w W
nts a Bar
One Night Only
FRIDAY, DEC. 20,' 07
The Merry Musical Farce
Comedy
"Arc You Crazy?"
The Big Music Fun Show W th
FRANK DAMSEL
���AND-
17~Others--17
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon _. oute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
<tages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
Foi   information  "ipply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manage;
Vancouver. 8. C.
ATUNfic~iTEflMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Dancing   Girls.       Funnv   Comedian.-.
Catchy Musical Hits.
See the   Teddy Bears
Prices, $1, 75c,  50c and 25c
Westminster Iron Works
GKA'ERAL MACHINE ami KJNUINU ,'
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, bKluUJii aad
STRUCTURAL  IKON     v\UKK
Ornamental   Iron    Worn,   iDCiu.'nt
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
7lted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STM-MIT.
N'ew  Westminister. r. o. <71
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Perfumes,
Chocolates
Ebony Goods,
(ye. (��?c.
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For Tin...   I, |
18,000  ( EiLPUESd  OF  BRITAIN (14,500
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND 1      TONS
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IX    FARES
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now is the time to purchase your
tickets if you are going to spend
Xmas at home.
Next sailing of Empress from St.
John to Liverpool, Dec- 27,
For other  dates  and   particulars,
apply  to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R Agent.
RYALL'S
Drug   Store
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Agent, 186 Adams sgggjji
R. MILES & CO
Plumbers, Gds jnd Hoi Water Rfc^
Repairs of all ,
'en 'Sev	
Moderate I Ihargi I
Front St. New Westmin^, j
Double Screened Nut
Opera House Bookings.  J;��ZCZT��cBZt 2
Are   You   Crazy 'Dec   " J   secorld ��� hand   tables   and   supplies   In
Williams Juhilee  Singers    lan.    :   stock-
SI    ngheart   (Ralph   Si iart)..Jan imiDM
Juvenile   Ikistonians    lan. r:, ��������    �����    V/LIDUnrt
Gorton's   .Minstrel.- lan   15 Phone  A2698, P. O   Box   1185
Dev,l'B Auction   Ian. 21 Uowilng  Alley,  Pendei   Si .
Wi   Are King   lan. 2 <;
Kerry   Gow    Peb. VANCOUVER
Dream City    Mar.   j      Ageni   for   Messrs   Samuel   Mr.   &
Si-j in New York   Vpril  I  Co.   Toronto.
TEACHING   MONKEYS.
Simple   Acts   That   Are   Too   Difficult
For  Simians  to   Learn.
It would be a very simple matter for
n fourteen montbs old child to learn'
to pull In. by means of a very light
toy wooden rake, an object Which it
could not reach with Its hands, and yet
Jlmmle, a very tame Rhesus monkey
nf mine, writes John B. Watson In
The World Today, spent many days in
trying to learn this simple acl and
had not learned to manipulate the rnke
when our patience ran out. Jlmmle
was kept moderately hungry at the
time of the experiments; he was tethered just out of reach of some very
tempting food (mnlngn grapesi. a light
top wooden rake was given him. Instinctively he grasped It. bit it, then
dropped it and begnn straining at his
tether and reaching out as far ns possible with his foreleg, making vain efforts to scratch ln his food. The rake
was then put around one of fhe grapes,
and the handle extended toward Jim-
mle. Instantly he grasped the handle
as before and Jerked It, and the grape
rolled within reach of his paw. The
rake was dropped and forgotten atjil
the faithful paw utilized for the completion of the act.
Now what happens when the grape
has been eaten? The rnke ls still within his reach, and the grapes are still
outside the pale. Doe? he perceive the
relationship existing between "food
out of reach, rake will lengthen paw,
ergo, use rake?" Not .llmniie. And be
Is the brightest of six. As long as you
will kindly hook the blade of the rake
around the grape nnd extend the handle toward him he will condescend to
pull in the rake aud consequently the
grape, but he has never yel both
pushed out and then pulled In the rnke
nf his own initiative.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���
-Asylum.
6-
-Royal City Mills.
7-
-Carnarvon and Tenth.
8-
-Royal avenue and Eighth.
0-
-Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12-
-St.  Mary's Hospital.
33-
-Secon'l and Park Row.
14-
-Columbia  and   Dufferin
15-
-Sapperton.
23-
-Queen's   avenue and   Sixth.
24-
-���id avenue and Second.
25-
-Fifth   n\";>'ie  and   fourth.
26-
-Fifth avenue and  Bighth.
27-
-Third avenue and Tenth.
22-
-Agnes and  Sixth.
34-
-Schaake Machine Works.
Special  Invitation
We have opened up a consignment of goods for the
Xmas trade.
A few samples are in our window,  look them over,
come in, we will do the rest.
Young man, during 1907 your wants have been attended to, your mother or   your   sister   will  appreciate
I something in return.    We can assist you.
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered!
50c per lon extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.|
Telephone 150
2b���Columbia  and McKenzie.
36���C, P. R.  Station.
ADVERTISE IN THF: DAILY NEWS
r. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
tr      ADVERTISE     ���*!
��� IN
THE       DAILV      NEWS]
Innuendo.
"('hurley is so poetical. When I accepted biin he suld he felt like au lui-
liilnniut entering u new world."
"Well, he was un immigrant."
"What Uo you mean?"
"Wasn't he Just landed?"- Atlanta
Constitution.
Labor.
The doctrine of tho farm Is merely [
this, thai every man ought to sta nil In
primary relations with ihe work of the j
world; ought to do it himself nnd not j
to Buffer the accident of his having a
purse lu his pocket, or his having heen I
Iced lo some dishonorable or injurious ]
craft,  to sever hlm  from those duties
and for this rodson, that labor is God's '
educntllin; that he only is a sincere ,
learner,  he only can  become  muster:
, who learns the secret of labor and who i
by real cunning extorts from nature lt-s '���
scepter. - Emerson
HOUSE OF QUALITY
SURE   THING!
arc
We   have    just    what   you
looking tor
Everything that makes up a
Christmas  Gift
Christmas   Novelties   in   pleasing
effects
mmm.
Then They  Mixed.
"Yiiiis. de beuuty nn' chivalry ob
Smoketown mingled in de ballroom."
"Mingled, yo' say?"
"Mingled till 'bout 'leven o'clock.
Don dey mixed."-Houston Chronicle.
Accounting  For It.
"Mamma," nsked little Emersnnla
Osffoodson, "who translated the Bible?"
"The accepted version of It, my
denr." answered her mother, "Is tlie
work of learned Englishmen."
"Englishmen!     Then   that   Is   why
there ls no Epistle to the BostonlansI" |
- Exchange,
Welsh mothers put a pair or tongs
or ;i knife In the cruille to Insure the
safety of their children. Tbe knife Is
also used for the same purpose ln some
mi-is 1.1 Eneland.
Putting Off.
How   mankind   defers   froi.i   day   to
j dny the  besl   it cnn  do nnd   lhe  most
beautiful things It con enjoy without
| thinking thai every day may lie tho
lust one and that lost lime ls lost eter-
! nnllv.
Hall   e
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DEC   20    1907.
PROFESSIONAL
THE DAILY NEWS.
11
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.  I! V.MPTON BULK, Bolici
eme i ourt   Offlce i
of ( ommerce building,
i  osite    Tost OUR:-.
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Money io loan.
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li Itors, etc, Offlci   .
er, Trapp Blk. corner
| Lome Btrets. Vancou
24, i tr, Granville a   eel
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
1 ravel "ii the famous
,,''';'(,inii COAST LIMITED"
qZI ted train.    Low Rates.
t*uick '" '��� Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS LAST
, 8t< '' ���' ������      ������ ��� ": ���  on   Bale    to  all
E iro ....  ; ointa
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trl,
Rates   to   Southern   California,
Por fei i Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Apent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. ��
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore
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K. C., J. w. Weart, \v
il A Bourne, Mr.
In    the    We tmiii
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Barrlstei anc
block, Colum
ts. New West
\ N S F O R D,     Barrister
���or, etc., Crescent block
j.,. imhia     and     McKenzli
*a N-'.e. Westminster, B. C.
'The   Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   tt
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited' '<
Kansas City to Chicago
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world   that   eijual   in i
Solicit.ir   equipment that of the Chicago, Mil j
They
own and operate their own sleeping
and din;ng cars on all! their trains and
give ther patrons an excellence ol
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
t.U Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or
IMYERS GRAY, Harris*
._ ���       Pu     c, I>    : Since   waukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway
t .,..v \\-,y..ui.'-.-'-   Br     (If
| .i  ir'is Block,Clark
,  opposite    Court  liouse
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OF TRADE      Ne*    W
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month.
tings on  the
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May,
N'ovi mber,  at  8
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SOCIET.E.S.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
CHRISTMAS AND  NEW  YEAR'S
HOLIDAYS
Ticket i v ni : ��� on Sale D icember j
21, 22, 2',, 24 and -���'��� and December j
28, 29 10 H.a ; Jan ry 1, Good to!
������ ' rn up to and Ini lud ng Januaiy 3,'
al  one  :    ������ and    oni     thir l  tor the
ro ��� -  li        For oth
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v       "    I   COYLE,
r particular.;,
ED. GOULET,
N i,- Westminster
\_'     Vancouver.
, 0. F.���AMITY LODoE, NO. 27-
Ihe regular meetings of this lodgi
Ire belli In Oddfellows' hall. Colum
Ila street, every Monday evening
It S o'clock. Visiting hrethren cor
lially Invited to attend, C, S
I - nd, N. (l.; A V.D, McDonald,
G W C. Coatham. It. P.; Q. O.
ivy f  s , Alex. Adams, treasurer.
|ATERNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES,
\    20   Meets every Tuesday
Ivenln-' at  8 p.  m. in the  Eagles'
f     Columbia street.   P. .1. Lynch.
Pres     II    Schofleld,  Secretary.
|0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
-Meetings the flrst and third Tues
���ay In each month. Visitlnf
pethren cordially Invited to attend
dge room, A. 6. D. W. hall. Odd
[ellmrn' t.lock. Clarkson Street, r
Corrigan, recorder: fieo. Bacon,
laster workman.
fVTail Service
D8E OF COLUMBIA   LODGE    No
118, SONS OF   ENGLAND, B.  8.���
pi Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month, I days.
m K. of p, Hall." Columbia St., at j a���d Fridays.
Pp. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
Itime and place. Vtaiting Brethren
Tordlal j invited. E. L. Webber pre-
Pldent, il. Disney, secretary.
H    itched by C, P,  It. train at 8:35
a. m.;  close 8 a. ni.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon
daily.
Millside   No.   1,   daily   except  Sun-
day;   Sapi>erton   No.   1,   daily   except
[Sunday,    Mails Received at b.bb p.m.
Dispatched  by  B. C. Electric railwa..
Co., 7;4o a. tn.:
Vancouver.   No.   1.   dailyexcept Sun
days.    Return mail received ii a. m.
Dispatched by O.N.R, train. 8 4."> a.m.
Cloverdale,    Nloomekl,   Port   Kells
Hazelmere,   Hall's   Prairie,    Bon  A'
: roni.  Blaine  and   Seattla   fall   points
iu   Washington   and   south,    also   all
points  in eastern  states),    daily excepl  Sunday.    Return mails received
[at 3:30 p. m.
Clayton.   Tuesdays   and Thursdays,
Tynehead,     Wednesdays   and   Satur-
Return mail  received Monday?
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:110 a. m.:
Vancouver  N'o. -;   Victoria, No. l
Central   Park,   dally   except   Sunday
. Return mail received at 2 p. m,
DURT DRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F. _.      .  .    , ,            .  ,.   . ..., ���  _ .
K-Meete .he Fourth Friday in the dispatched by carrier, 1.18 p. m..
���month at   H  o'clock,  In  the  small East  Burnaby, daily except Sun.lay
jbali, Oddfellows'   block.     Visiting Return mails received :i> 1:10 p, m,
lf-t;:S^^P Dispatched by carrier 12-00 noon:
laiwell, it. s. Tlmberland, Tuesaajs and Fridays
received   Tuesdays   am
V<,����>��*<5�� ��*��������*������*���*���*��������� ��� ������������<>����������������������������������-������������������������
FAIRIES   IN   IRtJLAND.
Condensed
4    A   Boatma
2 SS plop":.Ant,cl * Advertisements
I Voting Contest!
Here is a modern fairy story trom
Ireland: "One day about twenty years
a_.o," writes a correspondent, "I was
fishing from a boat on Lough Derg.
I Inquired of my boatmen lf they had
ever seen fairies.   At flrst, fearing to
TJ.OTJND���STRING OF SHELLS,
-*- with pearl heart In centre. Apply The News.
ly
Bell,
ifflce.
���.   PI \.\ e.    :��� ���;.   TrCAL
ier   ���. " .        i :
\      es      .1    ' .   ..: .   News
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT L1I.RARY INCLUDING 12b VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASK WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SE-
CURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOW INC   MANNER:
Thu merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash pur-
chase one vote.
The contest began Aug, ^::rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at T ;.. m.
\ .allot box i-e placed la D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
votes  are to  be  deposited.
At the (lose of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts   when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember,  votes  can be secured by trading with the firms listed   below.
Library  is  on  exhibition  at W.  E. Fales'  furniture store.
D. S. Curtis  will count the votes.
e\er seen tames.    .\t nrst, rearing to   T?.'iit SAL
ne laughed at, they Bcouted the idea,   P     ly net
'���ih .me of them told the following:
"On a Sunday be was returning after
|| mass and stiwd with a friend named
��  Sullivan   on   the  bridge  of  Killaloe.
j   Looking toward a potato liold on  the
>   slope nf the rising ground to the east
! of the town, a field which he was able ; JV:i rooms, bath, furnace, . tone foun
���t.i point out from the boat, be saw dation. Price 55,500. Appl ;-:, P. o.
!   issuing from tbe lira a troop of 'little   Box 683.
j people,' one being distinctly taller than	
the rest.    At first they seemed  rather
. blurred, then took distinct shapes and
"���OH   SALE���2     STORIED  rLOUSE,
on corner lot,  Carnanon i     ������ .
began to play the national game of
hurley among the bare potato rigs.
He culled Sullivan's attention to them.
but for some time his friend could not
see them, then said he could, and they
watched the game together for a time.
Then the sun went ln, and the fairies,
moving toward the liss, as if returning to it, vanished. Liases are Tough
places, sometimes hillocks, sometimes
depressions, often bushy, but never
cultivated. I have been told tbey are
left as doorways fur the fairies when
Visiting the earth's surface."���Chicago
News.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   .Meats
MRS.   Nl.   M,   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
I under new   management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods,  Gen.   Repairing
L).   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West   End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.  CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT '
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H.  Thompson, Prop.
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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.
ik
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
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.      p.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
Return  mai
r-m  nuYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8MUB FHelays.
th'i.��; F' "Th0 reK,lllir meetings ol |,jS|,:,,,ii,,i bj C  P  It. *oatl:30 p.i
l wis Lodge are held on the Second ...    , .     .   ,���,.���   .,,   .,,���  ,,.,
Nl       , Tuesdays of each montl lhllli   (c,0Be8 da!l-'   'll tu   ""
No. ''.,
3:30 i>.
Return
IIRT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808    Fri,lays.
oat l :30 p.m
me
time during wlnter months
Ladner,    Westham     Island,    Pon
Guichon,    sieves!,ni.   Sunbury.   iaih
excepl Sunday,   Ri turn mails receiv
ed from ii a. m. to ii a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No, 3;  Victoria,
���m I   Burnaby  Lake;   closes at
in.:   dailj   execepl   Sunday,
mails  ree, Ived  ���''l   ''  !'��� m-
Burnaby    lake.    Return    mail    i-
2 p. in.
Dispatched by O.N. Fyler, 4 n. m.:
To  southern    points,    daily except
Sunday.   Return mail 11 p. tn.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train al 3:15 p,
m., mail closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (0
P. R. east, second mail). Return mail
I received at   1   p. m.
Sapperton,  No.  2;   Millside,  No.   _.:
 .! Coqultlam, dally except Sunday.   Re
TH��R    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES, j turn mall received ati  !>. m.
I?,'.T P. m. in ihe Oddfellows' Hall
��� ���    '  Brethren  are cordlaly  in
1." :      .'lend.    E. C. Firth, C. R.;
!'"     M ixwell, Sec
IHE ROYAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEM
ITERANCE  meel    every  Wednesday
l'.u J  k   p,   m���  in  Oddfellows
imbla      street.       Visiting
, : " cordially invited to al
Haggrnan,   s. C;    N. R.
Ieen tary,
son ��F aC0TLAND BENEFIT AS
'UUAiion, LORD OF THE ISLES
���TMF\ |91.���Meets on the Flrsl and
nu,i '..esiiay of every month In
p, f'r P. Hull. John McNiven
'���   1.  I.  Fon-e.fter.  Ree. See
' ��' F.���Royal   City   Lody^,   No-   3
-Mee| Id Oddfellows' Hall, Col-
"" l:i Street, every Friday even.ng
, i Oclock, Visiting brethren will
6 "l:il|r welcome. CH. Clow, N.U.
' "���"""rue. i>. o. recording see-
tarv
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17,
lh" Union l-odgo, No. 9, A. |
A M.; KiiiK Solomon Lodge,'
'   F. and A. M.;  L. O.  1- I
":,,,; b  o. L��� No. 1B98; Court
"aPPert ���, N(
4883, I. 0. F.i C. O.
|Jn Cm,rl Westminster,   No.   330; |
l!(l"'"','v,"l  Of  Owls,  Nest  No. 39;
0l"ah llebukah Lodge, No. 5. 1. 0
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
���i   K   WALKER,  President. ALFX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issue.1 at the following rates:
iZ and under  3 cenU
over $a and aoi bxi eeding if id  ti cents
Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10 cents
Over $30 and not excee ling $50 15 cents
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office In Canada of a
rtered Bank (Yukon excepted), and ai the principal banking points in
United States.
Negotiable at a tixed rate at
THE  CANADIAN   HANK  OF COMMKRCK, LONDON, ENG.
..��� [orm an excellent method of remitting small  sums of money with
safety  and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. M&nagw.
Cha
the
Tin
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
!��� .-m.-.hes throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and ln London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available with correspondents in all uarts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NTJW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q   D   BRYMNER, Manager
J710UND���OLD BRINDLB OOW.    IF
-*-      not called for in two weeks, will
Bell to defray expenses.
Burnaby  Lake.
A. Mackvay,
F
OR  SALE���ONE FUNK & WAG
nails Standard  L.ctionary    Subscription  edition.  Apply, Daily N W3.
GIIIL WANTED    IN
,two. Apply flrst he
FAMILY   OF
Apply flrst house below eon-
vent, west side of Albert Crescent.
HDMER PIGEONS FO
ply    F. 0.  Box 53
FOR SALE     AF
New West
minster.
HUNTING   MAHOGANY.
JAPANESE      :. . 2      ATTENDiNU
school wants work ...  i g<  id fam
ily
Ap]
In  return  foi
ly Dox 545, citv.
board,
���a uirauguoui  ine
a dense growth    JAPANESE   LADIES   WANT   GEN-
and creepers and eral housework    for   month, or
It Takes an  Experienced  Woodsman to
Locate  the Trees.
Mahogany trees do not grow In clusters, bul are scattered throughout the
forest  and  hidden in
of underbrush, vines and ereepei
require   a   skillful   aud   experienced I washing clothes by the day.   Apply to
woodsman to find them.   He Beeks the  s. Matsumura, P. 0. Box 296, c ty.
highest ground in a forest, climbs to
the top of the tallest tree and surveys
the surrounding country.   'The mahogany has a  peculiar foliage,  and his
practiced  eye  soon   detects  the  trees
WThe'���  follow  the   hunter,  and    I    "S''     ';:,':: '  '"'"i:    ;'   ''
then come the sawyers and hewers, a : ercoat on  Saturda>' niSbt-    R��-
large mahogany taking two men a full I ward.   Finder return to Central hotel
day to fell It.   The tree has large spurs   ���������������������������������^���~
- DST���ON    COLUMBIA    STREET.
between Post offlce and Morey's
that the tree can be cut off above the I lady's   Dresden   silk   has.   containing
spurs.   This leaves a stump ten to fif- (fancy worked linen centre niece. Re-
teen feet high, which is sheer waste,  turn to News offlce.
as the sttimp really contains the best |	
1"mlH'r- , i T   ARGE FRONT ROO
Ihe hunter ha< nothing  to  do  with    Ij      ,, , ,  .
......... ���       _.,    I after    January,1st.
POSITION  WANTED
���*-      ing    housekeeper;
AS   WORK-
go .d    cook.
Apply at  News offlce.
which  project from  the trunk at  Its i T   '
base, aud scaffolds must be erected so   ���*-""
i liter
the work of cutting or removing the
tree, his duty being simply to locate
it. If he is clever and energetic, his
remuneration may amount to $300 or
$1,000 a month, but he may travel
weeks at a time without detecting a
tree, and as he Is generally paid by
results his earnings are rather precarious.���St. Louis Republic.
Ave. and tith
ROOM FOR RENT
ary.ist.    Corner    4th
street. All conveniences.
N3
RSE DISENGAGED
address    Daily   News  offia
Apply for
or
P.  O.  Box 69;!.
WANTED
' '     est es
���BY ONE OF THE OLD
surance Companies (Board), a resident agent in New Westminster. Apply by letter to "Insurance." P. O.
Box 371, Vancouver, B. C.
Not /tsop's Day.
West Point's aim ls to teach men to
meet an.v situation with tbe best there
is in them. When General Custer was
a cadet, he ventured Into the French
section room without having so much TT7ANTED���BY A YOUNG GEN-
us looked at tlie day's lesson.   Tbe sec-    VV    tleman,      furnished      bedroom
tion had been engaged lu tbe translation of .Esop's fables from French to
English, but on this particular day the
task consisted of a page of history
w rltten In French. Cadet Custer was
given the book and very bravely
dashed Into the translation of this
sentence: "Leopold, due d'Autrlche, se
niettit sur les plalnes de Silesie." But
tbe Duke of Austria did not seem to
appeal to him, for without hesitation
he read:
"The leopard, tbe duck and the ostrich met upon the plains of Silesia."���
Llppiiicott's Magazine.
Soma Vwy Old TrtM.
Brazilian cocoanut palms live for
600 to TOO years, and the Arabs assert
that the date palm frequently reaches
tbe age of 200 to 300 years. Wallan's
oak, near I'alsley, Scotland, ls known
to be over 700 years old, and there are
eight olive trees on the Mount of
Olives, near Jerusalem, which nre
known to have been flourishing ln 1090,
The yews nt Fountain abbey, Yorkshire, were old trees when, In 1132,
the abbey wns built, and a redwood lu
Mariposa grove, California, Is a maul-
fold centenarian. Baobab trees of Africa have been computed to be over
.",<;(K1 years old. and the deciduous cypress at Chapnltepec Is considered to
be of a still greater age.
The Fallen Mighty.
"It Isn't necessary to go to the Waldorf to see the nobility." said the man
about town. "Go down on Second avenue to the Hungarian restaurants
there. The proprietor of one Is an
exiled baron, the pianist Is a prince,
tho violinist ls a duke, the waiter with
the inustaeliios wns a titled landowner in his own country, and each aud
every one of the patrons, myself excepted, is n scion of Russian, German
or Hungarian nobility, banished for
some reason or other to the wllds of
New York."���New York Press.
wit'n   private  family.      Address
care of Daily  News office-
W.,
TT7ANTED
����     left  s
care of offlce.
News offlce.
D���YOUNG   LADY,    JUST
school   preferred,    to take
Apply   D. C,  Daily
W.NTED���YOUNG man WANTS
a room containing a .stove or
grate, in private residence; yicinlty
of Sixth street and Royal avenue preferred.   Leave replies at News offlce.
WANTED���POSITION    AS    FIRE-
man or warehouseman in west.
Address the News.
WANTED���POSITION  AS   PRESS-
man or helper.     Address  The
News.
WANTED���POSITION  AS  SALES-
lady, or as nurse for Invalid.
Apply at this offlce for address.
WANTED���A NUMBER OF rlRST
class laborers.    Apply to Qulgley, near Small &  Bucklln'S.
W> ANTED���BY      YOUNG     LADY,
room and board, convenient 'o
,nst offlce.   Apply K.. Box 693.
W
\NTED���POSITION  AS   HOTEL
' ��     Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good ex-
j perience;   best of  references.    Apply
P. O. Box ��83.
A Striking Monument.
Nowhere in tho world can be fouud
a more striking monument than that
erected on the shores of Lake Issy-
Kul, ln central Asia, ln honor of the
Russian General Prjevalskl, a famous
explorer of that region. The tomb ls
hollowed out in the summit of a Jutting cliff on the eastern margin of the
lake, and the monument consists of an
enormous rough hewn block of gray
granite, twenty-live feet high, over
which la thrown a chart of central
Asia.
Cruel.
Percy���Do you know, Miss Alice, I've
always hud a horror of premature burial-being buried too early, doutcher-
kuow?     Alicee���Oh,    what    nonsense!
I That's Impossible.
YDUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS
situation as house boy; honest
and intelligent; speaks good English.
Address G. NISHI. P. O. Box 411.
New Westminster.
DR. HATHERLY, Optician and doctor of Ophthalmolgy. Cures
Nervous and Chronic Headaches by
Qfi&b, skillfully prescribed glasses.
*&*$' Parlors on Sixth St., Murchie
block, New Westminster.
Ljj. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers in Ladles' and Gents'
FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompndours and   Switches.
Majcel Wave, Bleaching   and Dye-
! Ing.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
I and Scalp Treatment.
' 436 Granville 8t.        Vancouver, B. C.
v WM
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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BATTLE  OF  SAN  JACiNTO.
The    Desperate    Fight   That    Heralded
the  Dawn  of  Texan   Freedom.
On the morning ot the 21sl oi April,
183< .   the   day   ch iseu   for   the   battle
vl.i i, was to '!"' -'ie the fate of Texas,
Hout ��� "The
Him of \-'- ��� ������ Iz has risi p again." He
I I tbi .: i-i lie i a coun -ii of -.-. ar and
asked   he o of ids sis i
cers r tl ey should attach
the ei It f      the ck to
Tl"   f mr   senior   officers   strangely
t tl    r i
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bad th      bi ttered j ��
Into the vo;-y ci       - of the
���'. -��� h   I drawn their   >
is  bowie knives rind "literally
.   ��� tin     way thr i y  <    .-������ i    - les of
Ib Ing le ih."
The battle had lasted only twenty
: es, but In tl I ie a new nation he,.i been horn into the world.
"From the battle of San .l.e Into," aid
ti r In 1842, "the- war was at an
end."- Metropolitan M  g
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is becoming more fashionable every year
visa! le sign of success and prosperty.
The purchi seof a diamond now isa good invest] are steadily increasing in valu<
'. ..'��� ; . ��� r will be saleable at twie pr sent
price.
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REY, Managing Director
���' '      nvilJe Sts.
V
ancouver
NOTICE
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
iTICE   that   b.   ���   Iel   !'
;;   c    oci
ir pi rmlssion to pur
ring di si ii ed lands:
���  a  post id mti i    a
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Land   Distri
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ter  Lai      I    trict,
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60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marki
Designs
Copyrights #c.
Anvnna��ePnrttn(f n .'.teli-h nn<1 deiciintieri rpnr
(julcVlf Mcsrtaln e.ir.������ li I en free oh. ��� ��� mi
Inv.-n'i'.ri la pri.tiii    f patentable    I i.iloa-
t    ���    lOBfl HI'   i'e.'.Ulf
���cut. free. < ��� ' ntn.
I'm ���. .   . r.-cvlve
iptruil n .;��� ���. vrltl      _.
Scientific American
A h*n< ' cir-
( ,u. i la 13.75 a 3 ear, M by
MllNN&Co.36'6^':'   -Vork
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VICTORIA. SEATTLE   R0ot.
S.S.   Princess  Beatr,ce
Leavi    \
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Lea
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/ICTOHIA     NEW
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Restaurant
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rdSTMAS AND NEW YEAR
AT THE OLD C I RY BOOT STORE
... -ir of goods to ::;-   value of  two   dollars    an
to
D
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nion     in,-,'
P    :
'
LOWER   FR/
il   ��.   wards, we  will give away any one of tie" following  beautiful  Hii
^   Art   :��� Calendars  for 1908.
N'ol Customers  can have-    ow    on   application,   whi hi
4
F. CRAKE
English  Watchmaker
.   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
���       ii s or not.
Me  Hadn't Changed a  Bit.
The Smiths had Invited the minister
I'e  dlnn r.     \ ��� ist coun e   was
!   little   Willie,   who  had   I n
��� :     '!'.- ih    the   ii ��� I almost con
ttnuall.v - I, lookei
at hii and ��� nld:
"You   have i'i   . ' ������   ��� i   ,      \
��� vou   Mr   i Iui
ti    '
"Vi 1','e .' . ��� ,    (ho    :
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"Boi ���
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No. l.���Queen Alexandra;  No. 2.���My  Hear!    ls in  the High]
3.���Loch Achray;   N'o.  4.���Cadziow   Fores':     No.   5.���Pay   Toll:
N'o. 6.���Toying With Pussy.
lire,  all  of  high arti.-tic valu?, some of th-m being after palnl
eminent artists, depicting in glowing colors sonic
'   Imens   of   Scottirfi scenery.    See our window.
DON'T WORRY ABOU i [HAT XMAS G!TT
Nothii ���   more seasonable or acceptable than a pair of cosy,
comfortable slippers, These we have in all colors and vaitrey, from
63c to $1.35; they are all old country make and in excellenl quality.
Or again, a pair of Dick' waterproof boots for esomething of realand
lasting  value cannol   !e equaled.   Prices:
Gents from $3.50 to   $5.00
Ladies' from $2.75 to   $4.00
Also well selected lines in the host of Canadian manufacture.
The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St.
J.   STEWART,    Proprietor
��� ���'���*   <>���   <:���<*.-   C*. ���>   40   ���   ������   *>*>������ 4+   40-   ���*���   ����0   ���*   ��*
trom  $12.75 up
��� -    Silver   Wate!    .   open
race, $6.00.
���n's si!1.e-r Watches,  double
$7.50 up,
thi   celel     te I       ith Bend   SMOKED FISH
led   'o    the    Wellman
��� lition.    Ml warranted.
Chaii   , Rin   -. Jewelry, etc.. etc.
b   : .pairing;    charges   reason-
ible.
FOR SA
FRESH   FISH
Fresh   TOM   CODS
Fresh  WHITINGS
Fresh    HERRINGS
Fresh   LEN   COD
Fresh   HALIBUT
Fresh   SOLES
Fresh  BALED  G::'APS
Y and TIMOTHY
Hay, feed and grain of
all kinds for sale in carload
lots; price either f. o. b.
here or freight paid to your
stal ���       :' ''ii en request.
D. C. HOFFMAN,
Smoked   SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
Smoked    KIPPERS
Smoked   BLOATERS
Smoked  COD
���AT���
ROYAL CITY FISH CO.
Telephone -10.
Market  Vendors
tiers and nte:- i  o il ol tow n i
I ��� l    are Ii    Le I to vi   i  th    lai ��� '
For   reserratl
ai i   mosl  up-to lal     Barter Sh.
v.'    min ter,
NORTHERN  B. C. Tl
S.1-
���.
and   16th  of ea
e on Bi
RIVERS  INLET, van ANDA, -
ETC.
S.  S. Quern C '
From Victoria
from  Vancouv
ae day.      Retui "':l
er Sunday afl ���     I
I morn!]
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   . ' '?l
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nnn.iimo.
Vli  ���
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for :. for
.   ' :   lhe  :
and   the   blackbird   i lenl   n   ccrl
nt of fruit, still tlielr pre ��� nce is
ful  an !  .heir   ���   .-���   o     reel
that v.'lni ke may prlndly be ac-
.  ed ei ��� n aqres.   i 'onntry lite-
'   -'^'B U LLE T I \'^<mmssm
Great Northern Railway
frains Daily
CALGARY
is
Practical Training.
"Deduction i- the thing," declared the
.av.- student. "For instance, yonder In
our yard is n pile of ashes. 'I hal is
evidence thai we bave bad fires tins
winter."
"And, by tbe way, John," broke in
bis rather, "you might go out nnd sift
thai evidence." Louisville t'onrier-
Jonnnil.
Just as Good.
Flasherly Such a Juki.: Kit talked
to n was llgure for half an hour tlilnk-
Injr It wns i 'holly Sapbead.
Daaherly Row on earth did she discover ber mistake?
"Dless you. she didn't."���New Orleans TlmesvDemocrat.
7b Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars.   DiningCars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound fates from all point.-;
east and .south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
*9 m      IB Ea B xi la Eta  1
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty,
i'rl.  113. nrtir.r.    Eighth  8tr*;t
NEW   WESTMIN8TER.   B.   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co
fhe Hub Tonsorial Parlor
J. R. Coon. Prop.
A ban Isomi o ��� ���,.. .:,
ii"' and cold water, ba: bei a Ini tailed' on the ; i" . ..-, and the public is
Im Ited to mai e u o ' conv ni-
��� nce,    \.i  cha
iUl  U.'ii.   P   -
I
General 8 iperi ���
Spokane fails & Northern Hy Co.
Nelson i Fl. Siicppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
rhe only all rail route between all
points east, west and gouth to Ross-
Jand, Nelson and intermediate points
Phone   194.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant Qen
��� rfiri 'Phone is.'..       Horn  I'none 187
Columtila St.
Qaggage delivered    prompuj  to ��uj
part of the nit.v.
Light and Heavy Haulin
||( i-'e���Tram  Depot
���/r.w^��E_%
���al Pass   Agt., Seattle, Wai b,
A friend maj- well l.e reckoned ��.''�����
muiterplece ot nature.���Emerson,
ADVERTISE IN THE. NEWS
* ADVERTISE ft
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
if vou Want a Situation.
connecting .it Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pacific and O   R
& N. Co,
Connects al Rossland with thr Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
C  , Creek points.
Connects   at     -Meyers     Falls
| stage t'-iily {or Republic.
��� |     Bullet   service   on   trains   bet
I Spokane   and   Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November
ICX1I.
Leave Day Train Arrive!
V'20 *'* Spokane  ....7.,s p.m.
I3'3S P-m Rossland  ....4,0 p m
9-40 a.m Nelson  6.4s p.m. I
j H.A.JACKSON.
with
tween
ic,
Trains & Steameif
R    M
I.. aVi   /
,17:20
'������
12: -15,
rland
i:15. ,r
l.v. N. W, 9.20 n.ni.:
GREAT NORTHER. ��-;        ��
,.v.,,V.M. :..','- ?1
t,'U1- iC.P
V��� W. & ?.-VANCO0V"
Lv. N. W. 8 p. in- and ^^ p'    ���
Lv. Vancouver 8.3S a '"���, ,'.'!, ,y
a n. a.   pom '���' "���"':������::.
i...;u>. New Westminsi
arrive Guichon ,; ;
l.i ave Guichon 6  i- >" ��� al
New Westminster 8:30 i ����� fjjJ
Mondays, Wednesdays and^
Lv. New Westmlnater IM ^
snd 8 a. m��� and every half no
after OM 11 p, m,
Lv.  Vancouver  tor
Hiinio hoars.
V,..stjni��sW '
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