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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Pbone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
1 HO
FIVE CENTS PER COPV
PROMISSORY NOTE
HELD TO BE INVALID
V.|.,,j
Ub>
Howay Holds Docu- ,,���_; '"'Vier Asked to In-
, ����� " CITV COUNQL REQUESTtD TO
mmm    HELP 1RANQUIILE SANATORIUM
ment Given to Stifle Crim-j
inal Prosecution ls Illegal.
tercede for So-Called Victims of Secret Service.
\ case of considerable Interest  [���
circles came up yesterday when
li,  action of  the    W. J,    Twiss  vs. i
james Boates and B. J,    Bate     was
beard before hi.*' honor Judge Howa}
p ,,-v :i .   the district managi r ol
Mutual   Life  company  at   Vane.v.
,i,l the defendants were holders of n
oi ���   uoto  made by  Boates and
��� :   by   Bates,  which  had    ���  a
delivered to TwlBs,   The amounl   ������ i h
��� feei.  Intere i  and .������   ts came
.. !,S0.    VV. J, Whii    , i-   ,,,
.i mIff,   ind  W.  '���'.  ii.ii.- fo i  toi
Vlr.   Hansford   foi   liuti     c in
���    thai the note v ������ n foi an
��� on ilderatlon, alb - Ing thu
ifl  had obtained it I rom the
i loates   with  thi ie ol
.   criminal   p osecution.     li
hal   Boati s  wa
- ���  :: untiil".. companj  at Abb<
and misappropi ated I he   und   ������
Plaini .ii     ...-    - ne i     him ;
rln Inal   pros,   ution      il
i.. ���   '.i Twlss) a note end*       I by
onsl   ������ a      Bates   en-]
note   o Boates,
lon ��� ha   his fi en i
���   nto    erl   :    troubl     I
h    iv -   to plaintifl
v.    d with o    er I      I   of the In '
n ��� compan}    Tw Iss's aci. n a  .-.
iver the amount du<    v
,. given
- onor   i idgmi ni
lon   .��� i. - .     - .i      Whal
tunding > u ������ hich tbat  not,
given?" The onl} Inf. . ��� v ���   a iva-
i      man could .1 aw  fi om i he evi*
. e  v. .    iha;   M :   T >\ i a    .i
I am    .v..    -       ,i-     iu    ill
,..-:.   ;n get  i hat mom }.   -.   ������'>���
��� . . .-. is.   i am      int 1-'
n   ,ou  in jail.' Tl ii    ���  n
���v.h  thi   I. vv
bim, cceed getth
defi i
i ��� v, as uo i ��� 'i ,,x"
pn yi looked  ai
; be . tnces, It wi
was tl mind    of thi
Hi j    .. a*   fori heominj
would   '..-   tm prosecutl -ii.     Hi-   honor
found ���   --���    ..a h tempt
��� . ��� Imin  I       osecution,   the
the   noi,.   was     ...        egal
ielng   .. the noti   was no   a
al di        - nl     He tin   ���
���'""��� '.   Oni .   Dec.  21,    Si,  Wilfrid
; '���'' '''���'������'  was a Ited today by a numbi i
:   lvl '""��������  in  Chicago to   us...   his
| Influence  with  the    governor-general
'   "': >'"��� Ci     Dollmunn, .lohn Nolan
and John Walsh, uie three men who
,,:'    ' ntenced to -v..  a nr,. imprison*
l:',r   ���"   Kingston   penitentiary    for
n     ���''!-'   ' i  blow   up   lhe    Welland
' ���'" tl -and ll    principal locks In .April
i	
'' ''������ ��� -i I --���. rough i ..111 ill Ule
'''' ��� ��� thi law offli ��� ��� of thi crown
������.' lhat th con pin toi - were Identify d ��� ii the Clan Na iia.-l. A Chlca*
n ��� 'uniiii nting on the question ol irdontng h . v tal
thai thi were ' i tim ol the
��� ��� ��� of 0 reni Britain."
Permission   Granted  B. C. E. R. to Place Tracks on Front
Street-Work  Will Take Six  Weeks-Water  Lots  as
Valuable City Franchises���-Developments Promised
at Torpedo Company's Wharf.
CHINESE CELEBRATE     ! SCHOOL TRUSTEES
CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL    SPEND MUCH MONEY
Methodist Mission Scholars Financial Statement For the
Show Mastery of English!    Year Shows Expenditure
i
anguage.
of $68,000.
At
le  meet in;.
I lie
temporary   track   bi
���\ ������ pt Aid. Fader, A new lease will
be -"-anted the Tsrpe'do Tug itud
Freighting company in view of de*
��� ���-oprui nts and a start will be mad-*
wiiii ihe ne.\ iruck on Front Btreet
��� i: C. ES Ry. Application wis
. ;��� Bupporl   for the new  Trail
olty council i proposed tnat  a
ning all memDers were presetj*ald alongside its present track, using
.-nine ror Its usual traffic, and the pre-
������ nl track us a siding for  the work
train,   When the new  roadbed for the
('.   P.   R,  is  finished,   the   temporary
track   win  be   pushi .   south   to    'he
proper position on the street  for  the
Westminsti-r-Chilliv, v       railway.      If
the council  Is  agrees ile   o this    at-
will     have  rangement,   it   is <-   ��� ������    I   th >    wont
thi   con .deration of the finance cjjm* can    ������ completed In    l.\
1,11 '"'                                                         I'. J. McQuarrie, loral i an    er, ap-
Tranquille Sanatorium.              peared for the company, and ex*      ied
Dr    'a nu wrote   with  reference to  the    Ituation.    Thi bers   of   ihe
he   B   C.  Sanatorium  building   tdn.l, J council  wanted   to   kn t.   n   .
���* '* Tinf   to    n   proml ��� I contril mi n   antee   ,lu.   counei]   wil     lave
,;   ������'  of  which   $500   was   to   ie , |dents  ,���. obstructions    oi
1: a
HEALTH OF BURNABY IS
VERY SATISFACTORY
Medical   Officer   of   He,.,th's   Report���
Slaugiiter   Houses   Outside. City
Limits Are   Troublesome.
_   a mi    lug ol the Buruab}  council on Saturd ��� port ol   I ir.  It.
. alki  .  mi dlcal   hi alth  offlc -.
received, of  v, hich     n   followln
a aummai*}.
i'-.n-i.,.-. lng  ���       -        li     e inci'ea
u .���    , aicini
t think it Is a matter fi
tion i hai   the health ol ipal
.   .. .i   atlsfai    ii     Uu i'
ii     hi    - i-i   . in  only ihn    cai
havi        ii  reyoi
e i, i wo ca ies ol .    ,   and one ���
ox.
I  v i.-1 I ���  i . ���    -i V.-   111   ;.. ���
municl      ���        . ...     occasions
i..
:
:...!!;������
i ��� eeived   thii
ti.    i.
Thi re Is al o." he **.rote,  'the mi i -
��� .   .i  the pi i ..: pltn gram    . reed upon   as   the cit}      i ..ii- ��� i ution   to
I ort   of   indigent   Inmati -   of   the
sanatorium patients from New  West-
i    Bter and v    ..:..... ho are unable
i"  meet  the very eon V v. ���   coat of
ment and    con      u become
���'. -, greater or lessi r di g ee a i hargi
upon  our funds.      Th      ,   .���    capita
i was estimated at I of $30
I,   i0, amounting to $250 for your
city.   We should Indeed I of this
at  the present   time ��� a nten
account   Is   a   ��� a h   o    rdrawn,
*.  and   was  ass i . -
precaution    would   be    i  ken
:������ the  B,  C,   E.   it   ���    ��� in :.'.    A
Ise v a    Riven  11 ���     iot  a    . v
-��� o   of the -ireet    ... ken up
��� - ��� ailwa\ i omi a .'��� -
'n motion nf Aid   Gn 11
e I   the   applicai',- n     he     i ouncii
i  '     protected  - - Insi   lam
and tho street  left   : ��� ��� ndition.
Al   work would    n    mder  the  supi   ���
\ I  on of i he board ��� >f w
Seattle  Exposition.
���. W   McLi od, pub -    i missl in-
:   the  Westminsti .   Pu  licity a *-
.vai.   wrote  a ' e    ci tne l
to  help  in  giving   th    cit;   pub Icity
at the forthcoming    A ;.-,v-Yukon-Pa-
On   ��� ii    motion  oi
-   tei    . rei        I
The annual Christina,, entertaln-i Over $68,000 has been expended by
ment of the Methodist Chinese mis- the hoard of school trustees this year
s.on was held yesterday evening,; according to the financial statement
wh.n over a hundred persons of di- presented at a meeting of the board
vers   nationalities   assembled   in    the yesterday evening by    the    secretary,
I
mi- ion's   headquarters  on     Mfclnnea  '-���-������'-  Robert  Lennie,  who    submitted
street, Rev. W. ll. Barraclough acting Ibis annual report.    The. receipts from
us chairman.   Apart from the evidencJ ^  80urce8    is    somewhere    in    the
,.   . ,   .     ,    , neighborhood of $84,000, but the actual
ol the progress made by the local vol    ,. .,, , ., ,,
figures will not be available ior some
unteer missionaries, the entertainment "iaj^ aH lh��� customary preCedent ot
proved a valuable object lesson In the forwarding the reporl to the city ooun-
which   the    Chinese,     both cil so that it may be embodied In the
civic financial _ atemeni  will be   observed.
Miss     Gertrude     Wells,     who     wa.-,
progress
adults and juveniles, are making a
mastering the English language, s<un-
of the boys and girls reciting with asi
near perfect pronunciation as could strongly recommended b} W. C. Coa*
be expected of children. The different |tham liml MiHs R��Ser8. principal* of
songs and  Christmas carols   rendered   th*  Central   schools,  was    appointed
owed   teacher at the new  Westside    school.
.mi. proti Impos
:  would  bi .. to re*
v    b fferers   because   of   iheir! \\\    g^j, ._ ti,
-  to   ay, but it is equally cer- , , ,iu. ,,,.w COuncll, ll ,       on
tain    thai    unless   reasons ..port' Street  Improvements.
\.  M.   Parsons have  Ash
.   b   ive-
_. The let-
by the Sunday school classes sl
ii : consi lerable pains had been taken
in preparing the scholars for ;lv en
terfalnment.
An inte esting addn ss on Chinese
mission work was delivered bv Rev. C.
A. A. Colman, of Vancouver, who Mr. Coatham also pointed out that
sunk- in English and In Chinese, the -luring the three months in which the
latter being very interesting to the school banking system had been in op-
inltiated.
Rev. A E. Hetherington, vice-principal of Columbian college, also ad- A contract for certain alterations
dressed the meeting, congratulating and improvements in the heating ap-
b scholai on their work, and Inti-1 paratus at the High school was .et to
mating thai he would attempt to In- A* Hardman & Co., for the sum J
duce some ,f the-students at the col* $72, the work to be commenced it
lege :.. come down and practice pub-   ��nce.
lie .peaking ai  .he mission. The Chi-      A committee  which had    been    In-
not unduly alarmed at the  structed to Investigate the recent collapse of a    plat form    at    Sapperton
school, reported that a new platform
and    that   other   r  ;v
for which position there were four applications.
A letter was received from W. C.
Coatham stating that he had ill boys
under his care ai  the Central school.
. ration,  the sum or $383.80 had  been
banked h y his scholars.
'     ve lied    11])    I
. where he was
and I found the   ici'.lth ol lld , thai thi
Q'        -��� ���     virion.
c ir, .vhei laito tnun-   -,���;,���, during
.. King
nt  the  seho il
loard    of
were
l\   .
bl            :
a.
on these a*
.
i         .  IIS    I"-'
street
1 ,.
In  Lot   10
i Sixth and
- d    ' ' .      .',-: ion.     withO II
���   ���   the endorser,   Bati -
as
be mu*
ib.I. s,  tin.-  great   cura wo k
cannoi i e continued along the
l therefore  most . a i      1}  di-   [,,-  ���-;i.
��� ���ii  ;.i  v.   matter 1 ��j,j( u-,,,
mny. b}     nn  Wn |   received
and 14th strei
a< a  numbi .
-o   rapidly     in   ���       The  letter was   referred  to I u .,,,,.   cro
.    committee to act. , ,..,,  ,,,  .
crowded,  notably    the    Central    Pai Water  Lot  Leases. I ���,, ,.
I and the school on ibe Hasting        Whiteside it Edmonds wrote on I A ,)0.i.ion  from ov
road    In both localitli        v.-\  :   new   half of  the  Torpedo  Freighting and sujjurban block il
schools ai     being   bnil rapldl} ompany making ii .:.n  for  o,,.  ���,|,  ,,,,���,,������
"        .      .     ,      ,.                  ,       Beveuth  avenues,  and .tn  and  I4tn dut���(J  llV  JIrS   Tuii;���.r   tbia pleasing,
a lease of water lots 91 to 100   ...   i     ^..a.,,   .,��!.-..,i   mr  tb, ���  nn nf  *
streets, askea  toi   tn. -   ip oi   C6rem0ny  preceding    the    serving   ol
Ive for a 2o-year leasi   In lieu ol    be   a,...,-,.   ....   .   .-,.,,, . ...      .,,     , t*-1, .
Nanaimo  street   from i..tn    to    n.n   ,,..-,.,.^Mllt nis  ,,,  the  members  of the
fi v   \ i ai s.     I he  requi bi    ' ts
mad.   a-  an  influential concern   was
to ��� reet large doi ks on
iro ..;.   and  did not care to  .  >��� ���-'
wll loul the assuranci <���! a suf-
iii i n I   long term of occupanc;  o
ALUERMEN MAY PASS UN
NAMES TU
Ne<w  Map   of  City   Shows   Several   Unnamed   Streets���Suggestion Made
to  Follow Precedent.
The new map promised    foi    some
���    and   p,���.-pared   b\   the cit}   -urVey-
v   I.   Hill,  wa*  pri *��� nted   to  the
ouncll lasi  . veiling and although
in r    i-   nol   upon   ii   some    features
��hlch the council desired to see, yel
���   ono who ba.- Been il would for one
moment   qui stion   the enormous    ad-
���nn.   which  has 1 n   made on    any
H'lng which had appeared before, New
��� .is  have  been opened  up, and It
notic,.d that quite a number have
"oi yel been named, an omission which
tested  thai  the aldermen puss on
in posterity, as bus ben dom- in many
other places, their names to commemorate their work lor the public In this
(feneration.    Not only the city council
but other prominent citizens might be
bo bunded on to the generations which
are to follow.
The idea suggests greal possibilities.
M'l. Garrett, for Instance, has often
bemoaned the absence of Garrett ave*
nue at Sapperton, this Injustice being
Accentuated by tho existence of Keary
tree! in his own district- Shil''R
street would he euphonious, Henley
"ill would not sound at .all had, while
Gray, Jardine, Fade,- and Johnston
are all appropriate names for new
thoroughfares, This system of street
naming will be following the precedent
s ' hero In the early days.
A icommlt has   lie""   ^lv*'n   1tlP
arduous tanl. of    naming    the    nrw
i' f��.
rhe slai ������ on the
Vancouver road,  Immediately   outside
i Ity  limits of New      \'<    mil   -
- onl inues to creai ' ance iu
lhe hoi  months, althou
��� in i heir besi to pre. em a nui
��� oi. ��� in cai rylng ou �� hai of necessity a  un her offi nsivi   bin im ��� *.   As i
have   stated   in   previous    repo   s,     1   premises  to justify  the expend
con Ider thai  the location ol this bus-:     ������\\*,..  m-ay  say,"   the    leter    stated,
iness In esenl locallt} should not l "thai ���Vie erection of these docks will
be allowed, as residences'tue crowded  add   ier}   materially   to  the    i1 i on
*n close about  It.    The    appointment   am-.   0f this city as a -hipping centre,
of an  Inspector has  been of material   Should you accede to our n | ������ ���    ���'
assistance In  minimizing as    far    as shall arrange to surrender the p eseni
possible, the trouble from the business,  lease in exchange for a new
An ung the communications was   a      Mr, Whiteside Interviewed th   coun
ne ���
prospect.
Rev.  .bui..-., Turner, of the  Vancouver   mission,   Rev.  Henry   Wilson and was   needed.
Charles   Watson   also addressed    the involving  In all   the   expenditure
gatheringi $195,  would  hav- to  be made  dm    -
One of the  attractive  features    of >he  Christmas holidays.
the evening   was  a  recitation    on    a      'Hie need  of more  play  ground  I
sliding   scale   hy   ten   Chinamen.   Re-1 the children of Sapp.no,: schoo
���       ��� program shotted  that dhwuased,  a  committee   being   lameu
i,   was  a    scripture    recitation,    but to  l< mo  the  advisabilitj
manyol  those present were Irani to chasing   additional   ground   or   -*      -
express a di ti t as to whether ii was ing  anothef site   for  .he se;
being rendered in Chinese or in Eng. report on  this matte,- will be  bro
jisll r   the  nexl  meeting.
Following the program a Christmas 	
tree  was   stripped   of gifts     for    the
" MANIAC MUNARLH PLACLU
IN STIlAiGHT JACKET
streets.    Aid.   Hen! j
audience.
CUNUITIUNS THIS WINTEH
AKE BRIGHTER IN CANADA
ci]  with reference to the matter,    lb-
said  that  the  bleu of the boldi rs was
to obtain a 25-year lease, .��adjustable  '   '
��� license fee, as sin
letter from th. provincial secretary In
reply to the quest of council ior
giant of land for park  purposes In D-
L, 84 tiud for the reservation of wa-1 every   live yeans,  as  negotiations  foi
ters of Burnab}   Lake and  Deer Lakeitheir occupanc}  were under waj  witn
staling  that  _ame   bud   been  brought one of  the  largesi concerns   in  Canto the attention of the chief commis   ada, and  they  wanted lo '���
sloner of lands and works. I theii  lease in tore Improving     lu an*
Th.- municipal hall was appointed; swei to ths mayor Mr. Whitesloe
by resolution as the place for holding could n<>i saj whai the approximate
nominations tor the municipal elec amount of money to be Bpenl would
linns, and C   T, Saunders was appoint*   I...     The   aldermen   tavorabl}   discus
li..  places  at
up. io d  were
ed   returning officer.
wiiich   polls   wen*   to   In
ihe municipal   hall,    West    Burnaby
Schoolhouse,    Lakeview      SchOOlhOUBe.
Mrs. Cobban's house, corner of Gunn
road and North road and Barnet
school if necessary. The deputy returning officers were appointed as
follows: Mr. McDermott, tor municipal
hall; John Green, West Burnaby; Wm.
.1. Walker, Lakeview and B, M- Wiltshire for North road.
Negro  May  Be Deported.
An Indigent negro, who early yesterday managed to evade the Immigra-
tiuii officers at Blaine, and who walked into this city over the G. N. R.
tracks, w,as accommodated with a bed
at the police lockup ku-t night, advance Information concerning his
probable a nival having reached the
police authorities over ihe long distance telephone. What disposition
will be made of the man has not yet
been decided, but it is probable that
lie will be deponed.
,-ing that
thi communii atlon sin . - V rre I
i.i the board of works. Id his de-
I art men i had dread} - ��� . ��� x&mlning
the   matter,   an I   had ��� '.       He
would like the i ouni i anwhile to
visit the place, as a ' . was re-
q ii' ed over one of thi -��� ,-oirs, lt
was ultimati I; decid.-d . e.! ��� a
port next Monday prior to .;-il ng
the place
Opium   Sales.
Whites! le  .<:   Edmonds  had ���-     ������
:'ur ti rebate tor Wi nj Sl ag J Im,
tor selling opium  while possessing a
civic   licens.,   and li   was   decided  to j the industrial depression last summer
pay the man  Hack  the balance of ni-- ij_.ept   many  laborers out  of  work and
ce it was grant d the  caused much  want, there will not be
Dominion Act has come In force aa much  suffering among  the poorer
Renewal  of Lease. I classes   In  Canada     this     winter    as
The     Brackman-Ker     Jdilling     Co.  there   was   lust   winter.    Such   is  the
| wrote Baying that  theii   leaai   had ex. interesting report of conditions In the
pired on water lots 83,34 and 35 and larger cities received here today.*
they renewed applicai   n    Tiny ask-j    -ptje  lvason    for    this    unexpected
��� d  tor a 25-year leasi   ol   he lots on|8tate ol- ailtlars  is  the  fact   that the
same condition-: aa thi   Schaak
Mad   K nc;   Otto   of   Bavaria     Chanc
From   Pitiable   Idiot to   Violent
Lunatic ��� bemise  Expected.
Distress  of   Past   Seasons   Not  Notice-
ablu   In   Large Centres���Immigration   inspection   Helped.
Oi   iwa,   Ont.,    Dec    21.���Although
Berlin, Dec. 21.���King Ono, ol
varia, today is in a padded cell in the
palace, a raving maniac. His passive
Idiocy, which hus mad.- bim a pitiable
figure for many years, has developed
suddenly  into a  destructive mania.
His condition so alarmed the mem-
bus oi* the royal family that he wae
placed In a -itaightjacket. He appar-
enti} has lost his mind hopelessly,
and ii is generally believed ihat hla
,i. atli musl  be near at hand.
DL-VH   PREFtr.RAF.LE
TO CHINESE ALLIANCE
chine Works ami H. C. E, K. companies. The letter was referred to the
finance committee to report Aid.
Jardine undertook to see W. J. Math-
Mi|-  n.-w   Immigration   restrictions    have.    Piano,   lib,   Dee.   21.���Drfven    des
ed Hi" proposition, Aid. Johnston re
marking  that  the water    lots    wen.
very much appreciating I nvalue at the
present  lime.
.,.. __ *%.    ,    . ,- .,���,.}_i-..s  ''''**��� -ocal manager. In the interval be
lli e mayor said the best frantauses , .       ,,
��� fore the next council meeting,    Mayor
ih,. city had to dispose ol at lhe pre*.
.. , ,.   !���,.��� Keary said he would like to see. the
sent   nine  were the  water  lot.**.   n��ej ;
..." _ ���        ���   ,��� jv I company bui d an elevator il" they saw
hud 6,500 feet of water frontage to dis- '     ��� "*��
. ,    ..      ,.    ,    . _ the business in view to warrant it.
IKise of In the city in leases,
The lease was granted accordingly.
Front   Street   Tracks.
0j  with reference to the opening up and
' grading of Leith street  between 10th
and   12th   streets,   as    requested    in
Leith  Street.
A deputation waited on ili��
iiineil
It.   II. Sperling, general manager a_.,
the B. 0, E. Ry, wrote with reference
to lhe Fron: street tracks as follows:
"The C. P. R. and G. N. R. have
finally acceded to the wishes of the
council with respect to the rearrangement of tracks on Front street, us
;ier plan. I'nder the new arrangement the C. P. R. track will be moved
six feet south. The work Ifl to he
done by the C. P. K. at the expense
of the B. C. E. R. Over 10,000 yards
Of rock will be required to make 1h"
fill for the new C. P. R. rotdbed and
quarrying has already commenced.
To  facilitate  the  work  tlie  C.  P.   it
March   last.
Aid. Henley said action had not
been taken on account of the West-
��Ide school being built, making considerable extra usage of ihe toads.
He proposed that Leith and Webb
streets adjoining should be taken in
hand at once. The board of works was
given power to act. W. McAilatn was
BpOktaman or the deputation.
New Fire Hall?.
Aid. .lohnston reported 'hat contrac*
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kept out of Canada many foreigners, perate over what she believed was bes
and it was largely among the penhi- unnatural alliance, .Mrs. Georgia -
l.ss and iri.-ndless new arrivals that Ah Wong, the American wife of * Chi-
distress and suffering was to be found, naman, toda;, poisoned her tour chv
Work being thus better distributed, j dren with wood ��lcohol, and then
the laboring classes will not face the commited suicide by throwing herself
hardship this winter which has been under a fast Burlington passenger
their   portion     for     many     preceding! train.    Before she murdered her ehil-
years.
SCHMITZ OUT ON
BAIL FOR  CHRISTMAS
San Francisco, Dec. 21.���Eugene
E. SchmitS, former mayor of San
Francisco, Saturday was released on
$110,000 ball, furnished by relatives
and friends following the refusal of
his former bondsman, William J. Dingee. tin* California "Cement King" to
submit to examinaiion as to his financial condition.
Four of those who went on SchmitS'
bonds were women relatives. They
were questioned in ,.n undertone by
Judge  Dunn.* and all  were  accepted.
dren she wrote a pathetic note,
which she said she had decided
kill  herself and her little ones.
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Basketball Game Assured.
Arrangements were completed yesterday for the Westminster-Los Angeles basketball game which is to be
played here on Tuesday, all difficult!ts
in connection with the non-attendance at drill of som*- of the members
of the team having been smoothed
over. The match promises to be a
strong attraction, as the visitors are
acknowledged to have the fastest
touring aggregation that has ev*��r
visit.d this district, whil^ tho local*
hive in ih.. past defeated all comers.
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AN EXECUTION IN INDIA.
t%a War ��� Man (Jailty of Miirdrr lT��-
drrni'nl   l)f*r��pH��tl��n.
A letter from India to a Herman pa-
p��r gives this account of tbe execution
sear Bombay of a man who had been
found guilty of the murder of his
brother-in-law; "The question as to
whether the culprit should be executed
or sent to prison for life wns. as is the
custom, submitted to tlie family of th��
murdered man for decision. All, including the wife of the murdered, voted for death. When the place of ei
edition was reached the condemned
man knelt, and the ropes which were
fastened to him were handed over to
tha executioner's assistants. Tlie one
who held the neck rope took a few
steps before the kneeling tnnu and tbe
other two stood at either side. Then
the executioner, armed with a razor
edged, heavy knife, advanced and
asked In a loud voice, 'Who authorizes
the execution?' and the chief of police
answered, 'The law.' The question
was asked and answered three times,
while the armed man advanced, slowly
���winging tbe mighty blade. As the
last answer was heard an assistant
executioner thrust a needle point into
the kneeling man's back and he made
an Involuntary motion forward with his
head. The three ropes were pulled
taut, leaving tlie neck extended to th*
utmost At tbe same Instant the knifo
whirred through the nir aud the heac
���f the murderer rolled in the nand."
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
AT THK
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and  Blackie Street.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard blocK, New Westminster, B C
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND  STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furniture,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and Car Line
Phone 473.
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world U nude there.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTiON
COCOA
Is the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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"The nose is a powerful factor In tht
select ion of flowers." said the proprl-
etor of a flower stand. "1 keep the
doors of this glass case open In uh
kinds of weather. I want possible customers to catch a whiff of the fra-
prance. Most people buy flowers fot
the smell Instead of tbe looks. They
will pass a shnt-ln flower stand day
after day aud never think of buying
anything, but just let them get the
odor of some favorite flower nnd they
will po home carrying a bouquet ts
bip as your hat "���New York Press.
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0rK l.l_ristinas
^W New Years ^
fare and 1-3 for Round Trip
Between all stations on Canadian Pacific Railway and on steamers, Vancouver-Victoria and Seattle.
CHRISTMAS   EXCURSION
'rn Sale December 21st to 25th.
NEW   YEAR   EXCURSION
*    Sali    D      mber   28th   to  Januan
1st. 1909
All ticl el        id    ���       i: ii up to and
including Janu try ath, 1909
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
Special Sale This
week of
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
FOR CHRISTMAS
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HARDMAN   &   CO.
Hardman. A. James. J. McClughan. Front Street, Trnst Block.
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ED. GOULET,
Aixent. New Westmlnstei.
'- to C. It. FOSTER,
\8Bl   (lenl   Pass    \gt.   Vancouver.
Christmas
1908
Our store and stock looks better from the inside, come in
and don't take such long vacations. We don't want the universe, but just the lirst letter
of it. Our stock is complete; a
beautiful display of (I. li. and
Fry's Xmas boxes, in all sizes,
and our prices are like a wet
carpet, hard to beat. Homemade candy always fresh, made
every day. Also tobacco, cigars
and pipes. Xmas boxes of cigars 10 und 25 in box. Peterson
an l Shield brand pipes. And if
you have a look we arc sure y >u
will buy and ; e pleased for
we have the best also th-- next
best. Miiwv , English papers, every week. We also
orders for ice cream for din
and parties.
INNES & REID
Phone 310.
Columbia St.    Next Tram Office.
2 A Choice Selection of
I Alligator Bags
O kind of   leail        .  ... v ���-
��� von ri   for  ladles'   ian I   ag .  combin
* Ing, as ll docs, handsome ui Istocratlc
^ appearance with almost perpetual
O ���..  ar.    Indeed, this ls on   of the most
��� 'initial lets I the markei
The   Interior  of   :. ���      -..   I.
with  strong,   servlceabh   silk,   bound
with   leather.    The   lock:   an I   m< i tl
fittings are heavil;   i lali i.    A dall I
.   tl      coin   purs,      :w
A vory popula . hown by us
������;��� s  the on    ui a atii n    of    the
,.i4 with allisa'o- claws, wiiich adds
the final touch in attractlvene        We
haw   the    exclu tie    of    tli
���.    for British C ilumbia.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd
THE   BIG   JEVVELERY   STORE
Cor. Hastings 2nfJ Granville Sis.     Vancouver.
Geo. E. Trorey, Managing Director
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ALSO   A   SPLENDID   ASSORTMENT OF
Manicure and Toilet Sets   Curd    and    Cigar    Cases,    Hat   P.ns
Ebony Goods, Gold and  Bilver Handled   Umbrellas,  etc
W. C. Chamberl
Sole agent for the Longim    and Hamilton Watch  Mi
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The start is lm]   i ani    l- v-
9       The very flrsl step thi n i.s firm
O    to make a good   tart.    There Is no
0    INGS ACCOUNT ._ i. h this bank
No delays in withdrawing money.
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mined   D  rl  on your part,
than ��� ���     en a SAY-
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BOOT STORE
EIGHT   DIFFERENT   VARIETIES.
Names:
���DerA'entwater"
"My Heart's   in   the   H.ghlands"
"A   P.unge for  L fe"
������ Resignation"
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
New Westminster, B. C. Branch. F.   B.   LYLE,  Manager
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"Sunshine  and  Shower"
"Braw Wooer"
"Lord   Ullen's  Daughter"
"Hold  Tight."
VV have Just got to hand a rare  selection  in eight different  sub-
- of the fin** specimens In high art color printing, obtainable in
the old country, some of them after well  known  paintings  by artist
of WORLD WIDE fame.
A- the.-e works of art are necessarily very expensive we cannot bi
..-x; t-cted to give them away indiscriminately; we therefore propose
giving any one of them to every purchaser of ^oods to ihe value ol
one dollar and upwards, so that no one need with sueh a nominal
purchase lose this opportunity of becoming possessed of on., of these
specimens of old country high art.
BIG REDUCTION PRICE SALE
As a further inducement to purchasing good boots and shoes at
this time, we have put on a big reduction in price Bale in all lines of
boots, shoes and -Uppers, suitable for the present Heaton
See our slipper show for Christinas presents; ihe quality is awa,
uji, while the pric- is just as far away down.
Make your Christmas purchase* now, the host .are going fac
Old Country Boot Store
Columbia Street
We are Prepared
to   nee   \ iur Christmas requirement..
i il<   .'ii Pant j Groceries.
.. who haw-  been dealing with
know    thai   quality considered,   we
��� ���   thi   best  possible  values.
ou   want  anything in Crockery*
��� ,t    we can glv,. you the best   bar-
In the city.
Adams & Deans
Groceries   and   Crockeryware.
COLUMBIA   STREET
A Little Good Coal
makes a big. hot fir.  whi n a l '
of poor coal sends out no
at all.   It is economical to buy
our coal, because    It is   i
goes farthest, makers moi I ' ��� ���
haves  very  little  ash  and
no  more per ton  than    poorer
grades.    We  deliver  It to any
part  of  the city.     Full    *n
always,    Telephone  your ��� : '���
to US-
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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JOMIN   STEWART,
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        114,400.000.0
RESERVE       111,000,000.0
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Manufacturer, and D.airr* in AU Kind* at
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Moulding*,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    I urned Work,    Etc.
Fi*h nnd Fruit Boxet>.
Large Stork Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Alw^      m stock for F��nci<     *nd Draining.
Royal C'��. v Branch, (V tibia St.
Telephon \-ew Westminster  i
H.��nches throughout Canada and Newfoundland,  and   In   London,
New   York,  Chicago and   Spokane, U.S.A., and  Mexico Cit}
eral Hanking  Business Transac nd.
.etter. of Credit issued, available wl tL correspondHiiiH In   ill  DBi
World.
4s��lngi Bank  Department.     Deposits  recelvod in SUl n of 11 ��'���'
and Interest, allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate)
Total  Asset* over $1C .,000.000.00.
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Easterkrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50
Terminal $5.50
McQuarrie & Co.I_^L_^Ji'" MER��� -
TRONT   STRFF7
New   Westminste-*.
Telephonr **39 TU
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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FO��tTHE |EST SHOES
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Our (Jreat Shoe Sale will wind up very soon.   If
you've not yet attended to your shoe wants, have
not yet taken advantage of our cut price offerings, why, you're a loser up jto
date, that's all.
This Is the Great Shoe
Week of the Year!
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of every description
Are included in our Sale.
Slipper buyers that care to see thejfinest Slippers in town will find them here.
Well Just Mention a Few
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Why Not Save a
Few Dollars?
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE  LARGEST   9HOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
New Westminster, B. C.
COUNCIL REQUESTED TO
HELP SANATORIUM
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tor Kelly had completed his work in
t connection with the new Queen's park
3, fire hall, and recommended that he
��J. e paid thc balance of hu contract
4*jthe total amounl of which was $1,495
V and there w-as $125 for extras. The
.j.   work was thoroughly satisfactory, aud
J he had not charged fur some extras,
H-- moved thai he balance I e pal*
T and thia will be dom-. The Sapperton
.j.' flre hall, he said, in answer to a qui s
tlon, would be readj early in the new
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Miscellaneous.
A   discussion   took   placi-     on     the
condition of 20ili street,  and its Im-
X   prcvement.    li   was decided  to    ]ia>
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�����Hi Wanted-:- lost -:- found I
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�������������� l for Sale ���:��� To Rent ���:- Etc. i
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the civic salaries on Wednesday, The
; usual  Christmas  donation of $100  to
'the   Royal   CoLumMan   hospital
for  St,   Mary's   hospital   and
the Ft. C. Orphanage, wen- voted, Thi
lighting   committee   were given    f
ih.-r time with reference to the pro-.
: reduction in the price of light
ing. The B. C. Packers association LOST���Pearl brooch Saturday morn.
asked for a 10-year lease Instead ol ,,1U BOmewhere in town oi car, Km
Ov,. for thoir Front street premises, der please return to Dominion im-t
with option of  renewal   for    another      office.
flvi   years  at the end of   that    term	
Thi* wii.s granted.   A number of other  WANTED���Two board, rs or roomers;
i ses were debated in committee. central situation .     Applj     X.Y.Z.,
The clerk reported that the cost of      Daily  News office
<son street cement  sidewalk
X the Clarksc
-V  was $353 87
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Re CHARLES CUNLIFFE FISHER,
Deceased.
TO RENT���Hoard and room; p.ano;
i lose in. 340 Third avenue, near
Fourth street.
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.   aing,    Finder
this  office.
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and  oiher    persons    havin
.;.   ....   claims or demand.-    againsi    the
of Charli s Cunliffe Fishi r, late
City ol  N'ew   Westminster    In
e Pro. ince ol British Columbia, G
X ���  nment Agent., deceased, who died on	
4     h    ...  da..   ������;   October,    1908,    and   WILL S, T   kindly
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,i     ,   ai Premier his < ty.
WANTED���A gin tor light housework
Applj Mrs. Passage, 1922 Vi oabfc
street, Grandview, Vancouver.
: at  ihis  offi< ���
IR  s VLE���Second  hand
flrsl   .(us*  condi     -     Apply  P.
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'I whose will wa- proved In the Supreni.      for letter
i   Courl   of   British   dl.imbia on    thi
2nd day ol November, 1908, by Fannie
ra i'i   ter, i said City or Ne\
' Westminster, the executrix therein
. i. are h< rebj required to Een I
, ticulars in writing of theii claims
or demands to me, the undersigm I,
the solicitor for the said executrix, on
or before the 20th day of Janua ,
L909, al  the undermentioned address,  VVANTED���A nui ���   -
which  .i te the  --iii    executrix      quired from  I   -
will  proceed  to distribute  the  assets      Jones, Royal a\
aid   C   tries   Cunllffi   Fisher,   - ���	
.-���.-v  amongst the parties entltl  I  FOR SALE���A span of heavy geld
thi i. to,   l-i.   ���      egard  only    to    the      i wel] o
claims and leu mds of which -he     i ach;   Bve and   *ix years old
TO. REN r���One I    -       trnisl ��� bi .
.1. ,.. ar llbrai y, suita ill  foi two.
Vlso     v.    o  ...     ��� ���-' '-    '" *   "
ply 287 Vici
in.     M.   .   ",���:
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then  hav    had notice,  and   the    said
\.-. ut: [x   n 111   not   le   liable  for  the
ol   tl       ild    Charles    Cunliffe
Fli hei     ...��� r any  part thi    ��� I
so di   Irbul   I  ������   anj  i ���   son or    pei
ions  of  whose  claims  and  demands
she shall nol  thi n have had notice
Dated   this   16th  day   . f   D c ml er,
_ D. 1908.
V WHEALLER,
29   I.,. ���       Streel    X- v��    Westmlnstei
li c cl      foi   thi    aid  Fannli
i ���> ��� a Fl hei    Excutrix.
. -   and   further  particulars  I
to E. A   P., Box 29, city.
TO    RENT���Suite    furnished    roOB
tor light housekeeping   _,p
p l j  ��� i.
. ex. Spi ck.
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every  Oav in thr Ye*1
BETWEEN
I   Minneapolis, St. Paul
% and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
__ IE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
timbodies the newest and best ideas
-r tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE. GOtUMBiA
���> And LUXURY. It is lighted with
-', Doth electricity and gas;, the most
���!��� brilliantly illuminated train in the
���J* work! The equipment consists of
y private compartmertt cars, standard
V t6 Kction sleepers, luxurious dining
J, :ar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
���J- mo��krn day coaches and buffet, li-
���j*   irary and  smokies can.
For Time Tables,   Folders, or any
further  information  rail  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
WANTED -Pupils ior rioliu and mat..
dolin; fees moderate. Address
i'i \  187, City.
VEST MINSTER EMPLOYMbiN :
AGENCY���Under new mnnagemPTi
mbla ..treet, Phone 3��.6, PO
box 807.    Can Bupply you wit v.
kindr of help    promptly,    free-
charge    Branch office, 107 Cordova
Ft-wt weet, Phone A 27'". Vir.    a
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ACCOUNTANTS
AND
AUDITORS.
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CONTRA CTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and  Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
nno    McNEElEY   ST|,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Ohone   431- P.O. Box   R16.
J. New some & Sons
Painter:* and  Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
7M Second Avenue   Seattle. Wt _!.
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
"The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
. i No trains in the service on any
.. j railroad iu the world that equal in
.. | equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
..jwaukee A St. Paul Railway. They
.. i own and operate their own sleeping
������; and r'ininiT -;ts on all] their trains and
* ���' give h. i
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Christmas    tirt*.    In    nil    (dnd-i    ol
, trons   an  excellence of Jewelry
. btainable elsewhere.
��� fi   *   ROWE. General Agent ���   ���      CRAKE
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English Watchmaker
Ri nt*-'   open    '.
Cold Watches for Ladies from $12.7.>
up.
Bilver   Wiitch.
$6.00.
Bilver Watches, genta1   <i|���.n   . .,*���
17.80-up,
Atefil    for    Wultham    and     I  -.
watches.
Watcb repairing a npeolalty,
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TUESDAY,  DEC. 22, 19
THE DAILY NEWS    )
Published by tbe Daily .News Puii-
v.itibing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster,  B. C.
being more or less damaged by fire
A car of oats was also scorched. The
track is now clear.
Get the Habit
C. A.  Paige Managing  Director
... "V���
TUESDAY.   DEC.   22.   1908.
TODAY
BOWSER   JUSTICE.
The Victoria Wel., a paper very
friendly to the McBride Government,
.I not know what the Attorney*
ral'a Department thinks about the
administration of justice in Victoria.
But i. does know the opinion of the
legal profession aud of the general
public.
Aftn* referring to the bitter com-
ments made on the public streets and
iu legal circles, the Week continues*.
"Whoever mny be responsible the pub-
lie ian sufferers, aud In a Province
which has such splendid legal traditions and which has always been
held up in this regard as an example
to the Other Province.; it is a matter
of special regret that the existing
condition' of affairs should have been
allowed to continue bo long. The
Week respectfully directs the attention of the Attorney-General to the
following facts wiiich assuredly need
no comment, From September 1st
to December 17 inclusive there have
been seventy-five working days. On
fori;, of thos.. days there has beeu
no Judge available for Supreme
Court work; although the Supreme
Courl Act requires that there shall
be a Judge sitting continuously both
in Victoria and Vancouver. In con-
tra distinction to thi.* state of affairs
in Victoria, it should be mentioned
that Vancouver has had a Judge for
Chamber work practically every day.
But this does not cover the worst of
the matter; on many of the thirty-five
days on which a Judge was available
in Victoria such short notice of his
coming was given to the profession
that important contested matters
could not he brought forward. The
majority of the thirty live da\s when
;i Jiidgi- has been available since the
close of thi legal vacation occurred
in the month of September; since
Octob. . 5 there has been no oppor-
��� .rn i' to set - down for trial. The
nei resull of this unprecedented condition of affiairs is that scores of
suitors have preferred to compromise
their cases lecau v they were deprl -
���' ol their Inalienable right to submit thi in ���. the a bitrament of a
tin of Justice. Business has nat-
urallj gravitated to Vancouver which
should have come to Victoria, necessary le-al work such as the probating
of wills could not be transacted, and
apari from the personal Inconvenience
and loss sustained by individuals It
oannoi be denied that the administration of justice hns been brought into
lis:, pute because men found them*
selves unable to invoke Us aid. If
publicity in matters aff.-cting the public Interesl Is of any value there will
be .i speedy end to conditions which
are neither creditable to the Province
nor to those -Alto have control of its
Courts."
is the last but two shopping days
before Xmas. Santa Is coming
quickly, and you will have to hurry to get your share of Xin* gifts
for your friends before they are
all picked up by others. Begin
TODAY if you have not already
started.
Special for
dow for 50c.
Today���Anything in win-
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"THE   BIG   STORE."
Headquarters of Santa Clause.
"Wa buy for cash   and sell fnr the
same."
The Moody Park Store
ons,! s
Corner Sixth   Ave  and  Tenth   St
A full line of Groceries, Confecti
i -i
School     Stationery      and      Christmas   ���
Goods. | 'J.
W.  H.  SMITH,  Proprietor 11
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
I
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Mon- |
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Ladies and J
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
m
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
I Three Years With J. A. Lee.)
has just  opened    and    solicits    your
patronage.    Mission furniture a specialty;  office and -store furniture;  all
kinds of furniture repairs.
First Class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop*. ?.(, Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
P.  0.   Box  304.        House   P'tinni*   B 29.
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DEATH PREFERRED.
In Chicago yesterday the white
wife of a Chinaman poisoned her
four children, folli wing thla crime
by throwing herself under a moving
passenger train. In a note the unfortunate woman thanks God that at last
she will be fi.* trom the horrible life
she has been leading with her Mon*
go.lian husban i
it i- worthy o    omment that almost
���.g     u, iced marrlag   haa had a Simla     ndtng,  a    clrcumstanci     which
l weigh heavily with all who are
v nay oonci rii.-i in these me all!
ances.      Yei ti  day's   murdei ��� -     and
suicide prefem i death to a continuation of her I.i. anion- n heathen people   who shall blame her?
SLEEP OVUES MAN
ON DUTY TH1HTY-SIX HOURS
Wreck   Between   Light     Engine     and
Freight Train  Sets Caboose on
Fire���Narrow   Escapes.
Tuesday, Dec. 22
The Success of the Year.
Cohan  and  Harris  present  c-
M. Cohan's Rural Rustic Musioa] Play
cn MILES FROM
J U BOSTON :  :
Sup'iorted by the most expensive casl
ever seen in a musical play.
Hazel  Lowry, Jos.   M.  Sparks,  Su- j
zanue Leonard Westford, Thos. Emory, I
\V. Douglas  Stevenson,    Alt'.   Helton,
Ella Sothern, .Mao Helton, Chas   Wil- ';
lard, Percy Helton, Kathryn R. Perry, '���
Husse] Piucus, Walter P. Richardson,
Lester    Templetoa    and    a    fetching
Cohan chorus.
Songs that set one's mouth a pucker
and one's heel a tapping.    "My Small '
Town   Gal,"   ���'Harrlgan."   'Hoys   Who
Fight the Flames,"    Waltz With Me,"J
".lack and Jill and "Ain't It. Awful.
Price* 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Seat .-ale at Ryall's drug store.
Sale begins on the 17th.
Opera House
This is the Holiday Show
Thursday, Dec. 24
Victor Herbert and Glen MacDonough's
Greatest Musical Success of the.
Century.
BABES
IN
TOYLAND
���
Si-rw
&
Get a ISmokinglJacket
or House Coat for
"Him."
The restful comfort which is'enjoyed in the wearing of a
House Coat; the soothing effect upon the tired mind after a day
of hurry and worry are reasons why you should remember him.
Looking at them is a pleasure, buying a satisfaction, and
giving one to "him" a delight.
Grey, maroon, blue, etc.; plaid collars and cuffs, edges finished with cord, silk frogs.
$3.50, $6, $7, $8.50, $9.50
*v vvw ^^^r^
FASHION DEMANDS A SNUG TRIM
FANCY VEST
as the recognized requisite of every outdoor costume.
An Ideal Xmas Gift
The great popularity of the Fancy Vest this season makes
it especially goo I taste for the holiday giving.
Good dresser? everywhere recognize
and demand Fancy Vests as the winter's
smartest turn.
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $6.00
<*���������������������������������������
Nobby Clothes for Men
-IIMorey's
Big
Santa
Claus
House!
THE PLACE TO  BUY YOUR
Toys, Dolls,
Fancy Goods,
China, Glassware,
Books, Bibles, etc.
We are giving   ,.? i ., T..,
��� Set, and a 10 piece Toi   ��� .-*t Come
I ��� and si- ��� these, Buy 50c worth china
-���'���   >'���'    ��� ���     ��� 'upon.
AT
Morey'
8
COLUMBIA ST.
fi
C.   Hamber
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10,   Brine  Block
New   Westminster P.O.Box 795
cid & Co.
NOTICE
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.���ii Sixth   \v.-itu-
I   iehlcul : '
��constructed.
H, ord. i*.
W. A  DUNCAN,
I
...  Westminster, I.  C , Dei   11, 1901
I P, O. Box   47-1.
Tel.  53.       Rps. M
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
Palmer Bros. Engines
to 25 h  p., 2 and 4 cycle
l'-j
value un the market
-nn U at
Besl
Bnglnee kepi In
GPiOtERIES for XMAS ?��������������� ************************ ������������>��������������
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Pan
visions,    ; i
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ineral
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All
pric
THOS. RUTLEDGE
The  Residential Grocer,
Cornei Sixth Street and Fifth Avi n ie,
Phone 40*��.
i Our Xmas Sales Are On i
Si eclal redu< i on In
Christmas Presents
OF JAP .NE8E  GOODS.
A. SAKURAI
New Store. Begbie Street.
Opposite  Wind or Hotel
Manor, S.i.-V Dec, 21.���A Berlou
wreck occurred at the Canadian Pa
clflc station hern Sunday, when a
light etiKiin- from R'-snm crashed Into the rear of a westward bound
freight, which hud stopped on the! Production complete as played eigh-
main track while the orew v.m at teen "'���-"���ths In New York and twelve
dinner.    Two men were asleep In bhe   months in Chicago.
Pros, nted with aa augmented orchestra. Cast of twenty principals
and ih.. best singing chorus ever seen
In a road organization.
'���<*) \J
otiIioorc and hnd wonderful Escapes
The Bremen and engineer on the light
engine, It is alleged, had had no rest
for thirty-six hours, and believing tho j
road clear to Areola were both said to
in* asleep, Thi caboose;- telescoped)
aud Ui. engine climbed tlu* d.*brK all
Prices, $1.50, |1, 75c and 50c.
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ADVKHT'.UB       t��
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
ITOR QUICK RETURNS,
PYfMIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW  K. OF P. HALL.
tiyhlh   and   /-\gnes   Streets,
Hours! Maru..i.;, 10 to 12; afternoon
2:30 to ..; eveulug, 7:30 to 10. Admi.s-
slon l'>c, Bka.es 26c, During the
Christ naH ho.id.iyn Bchool children
under twelve will be admitted everv
day from 10 to 12 for 15c, rtcludlng
BkAtes, and on Saturdays between the
same bourn for 10c, Includln ���   i.;i*.;..
A Grand Display of CHINA-
WARE   for   Xmas   Presents
Leave Your Order for TURKEYS
and GEESE,   -    All Drawn
!
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   I.EID,   Proprietor.
l��nth Street,   -   New Westminster
Public Supply Stores geo adams
Columbia   Street.        Mew
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Prop.
//estminster,   B.  C.        Phone  92.
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Christmas Goods
Just o|n ned up direct from Kngland; wn have out down th.. prices
to suit every pocket. Se our sh *w window display for a few of tbe
rood i suitable for Christina   p esents,
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Handkerchiefs
Nothing makes a nicer or
more acceptable Gift than
A HANDKERCHIEF <>r
HANDKERCHIBF8.
We have >UCh a variety
of dainty ones thnt everyone can be pleased,
thicks range from
5c to $4.00
A- J.  BIRTCH
275 Colombia st.
THE WHITE IL >USE TU
ESDAY,  DEC.  22,   1908.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
********
iMStores    T. H. SMITH    The Cash Stores
on t Waste Any
Spare Time !
Ideal Xmas Presents
We are showing a line of goods suitable for holiday gifts th#t surpass anything  ever  shown before.
We have rockers at .special prices that will give you a chance to
make a present at a very little cost���and be presentablv
S.-.- our special lines of lace curtains.    Odd lines of one, two and
three pairs, at less thun half price.
White MarsaHlea and honey-comb bed spreads at $1.00 each; regular $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 goods.
Come and look through.
1
ONLY FIVE  DAYS  FOR
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
The be-U inducement ever oTf*red ..waits you at this Xmas store. In
addition to tho extraord n..ry values ai**eady advertised we are submitting
two extra values in Women's Waists, marked at such a price as will make
this store 'airly hum from now on until   Christmas.
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$12 Waists for $4.50
487 V. ���        in thk  lo ta silk, colors   black,   navy,   brown,    cardinal
1   . nei   wais ��� made over si]  ,   ace and  applique trimmed,  new
direct li ������     iv ���    $10.00      d $12.00  . ilu ���* for  $4.50
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�������� ��. ���-        .#.        .t. f ��..      .,.:      .,, * #.     ;       .*. m
$3 Waists for $1.50
'.'.7 :n lered all wcol cashmen     istre, and alh ttross    n
Reg ilar $3.00 valu      now -at $1.50
:���������: .+���','.*.     -.-.   ���������:,:: ,:���������: :���������: :���������    ���*���: ?���*.?:.*���
NOTE    Thesi   waists were ten! on consignmei i  yesterdaj
.-. v. could i:' wi desired hold ihem over until sprint; and sell them
at their ��� - ilui prices We got them at less than manufacturers' prices,
howe\ - and as ;. Christmas indue-ment and offering we have pui them
on .V it 1 ie above mentioned price-' Don'i fail .... secure one; all Bizes and
colors.
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's
Ready-to-wears
A Chinaman named Lins Sing was
i burled yesterday in the Chinese cem-
IjeterJ', Douglas street. He was fin >*ear9
| of age.
For berried  Holly    for    Christmas,
i ring up Davies' greenhouse, B 208.   **
A meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary
of tae Royal Columbian hospital was
held yesterday afternoon. The business
wa   light.
Phone Id 278  and  get  your clothes
j cleaned, pressed and repaired in time
I for Christmas at the Royal City Dye
Works, corner Fourth street and Columbia. **
I A fin..   30-lb.   plum  pudding,   given
i by Mrs.  Ashley,   mother  of   Mrs,   B.
! J. Fader, wlll be the piece de resistance at the  Christmas  dinner at the
Russell  hotel.
Old Country mistletoe at Tidy'-, thi
Florist.   Phone  184, **
Th._- Rovers aie training hard for
thei] match on Christmas Day with
the Shamrocks. The small margin
between the teams when they met
������arlier his season, assures .*i great
I game.
II Clear  Havana   cigars of    exclusive:
'merit���the  "Brlllante,"   made  by   the,
B. C. Cigar factory. ���*��� ,
A  largi   number of  city   people  are j
attending the funeral of tho late Clirls-
ii pher Brown today at Surrey Centre.;
VI"i..  tragic  death    of   the    deceased
j aroused  widespread   sorrow  among  a
large circle of friends.
i
MacKenzle's for Fountain Pens.  ���*
The members of thi Trades and Labor council committee appointed to
deal viih the housenold franchise
amendment will be given an opportunity to meet the municipal representatives *>u Monday .-vening next to dis-',
C iss the  matter.
Pine Christmas turkey* and geese,
all drawn, at the Pu Uc Supply Stores
George  Adams.
Mayor Keary, -Md. Henley and Aid.;
Jardine will meet the warden of thej
ii c. Penit ntiary, .1. C. Brown, today;
with reference to the improvement of
Grant's cornel*. The Dominion gov-;
ernment recently purchased the ���
houses adjoining the corner from W.
Norman Bole. K. C.
Gamon's for Royal City Mixture. *.*
A committal was made yesterday by
his  honor Judge Howay   for  20  days J
for failing to  comply  with  an order]
of  the  court ordering   Roy   Hemphill I
j to pay certain sums into court arising
out of a case in connection with the;
| purchase of .a gasoline launch.    If the |
money   required   is   forthcoming,   thei
! conteifl.pt will probably be held purged. ���
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
{     LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
X V-^ Opposite Lorne Street.     Phone 73,
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Christmas !  I
days more and Christmas will
be here. Nowhere and never was
there such a large selection of
Lt
FOOTWEAR
as at our store.
See our window Tonight
We will be open every evening,
so that those who cannot get
down in the daytime can clo so
at night. Our big clearing sale
is still in full blast. Our prices
are lower than anv other store
in B. C.
Remember, this is at
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
���
1
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Knock  the  cover off  a tox of "B.
C." cigars and try one.    it will make
'a "hit."
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1 When Shopping
BOOKS
:
:
���
:
:
:
MacKay's Bookstore
There are probably no better books published In the world fori
young people than by Thos. Nelson & Son, of Edinburgh, and thej
It. T. Society, of London    Wi
books besides a large range of other books.
have  hundreds  of   these    excellent]
i^or Christmas
G FTS
GREAT   BARGAINS   IN |
Toys, Dolls, Post Card Albums j
Children's Toy Books ���
i
call In and look over our stock. W��
always buy with a view to supplying
the
Holiday Trade
In part our stock consists of
Toilet   Cases,   Leather   Svts,    Cuff
and   Collar    Boxes,   Jewel    Boxes,
Smokers'    Sets,     Manicure    Sets.
Sets, Sewing Sets, Carryall's, Mirrors, Ebony Goods, Brushes, Hand,
Bags,   Purses,    Perfumes,     Amerl- i
can,    Canadian,    French;    Chocolates,     Webb's      and     Lowney's; [
Fancy    Combs,    Gold    Rim    Eye
Glasses,  Gillette  and   Ever  Ready .
Safety   Razors  ($5.00   and $100),!
and of course a lot of lines we can't |
mention, All on view. No trouble to/
see.
CURTIS'
Singing Our Praises
There are large numbers of business men, and Other insurers
from one end Of Canada to the other who are continually singing
the praises of the independent Canadian insurance companies I
represent for the money they save them in premiums, and ror the
prompt manner ln which they settle all claims.
My ratea for Insurance are lower than others.    Why pay more?
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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J.J MacKay & Co. i
Booksellers Stationers News Dealers
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DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
HEADQUARTERS for SPECTACLES
P.8.���Can give you better yaluo to
��� 'spectacles  than others.    We make aj
J | specialty of this uM<
BUY   YOUR   XMAS
Prime Roast
Beef, Pork
Mutton
���
. ������': ' .... ���'"*;        "***: **���<*; ��SF$i*<Vr A -
Turkeys, Geese
AND
FANCY BRBSfD fWL
AT
The Pacify
Meat Market
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GOUDEAU'S SHEEP.
I< M��tebed  Hi.  Hour ��n<l  SBtl��flr<l IW��
Tn�� Collector.
Bmile Cotideati. a celebrated charsc*
ter of Paris, was one of the uiest cod
Urned bohemians that ever lived.
There is a story of hlin and a cer-
tnlu Marl; spaniel which followed bin
with the faithfulness with which the
historic little lamb attached itself to
tbe historic little Mary. Goudeau and
the dog, in fa. t. were never separated,
It dewni-d npon the tax gatherer of
the neighborhood that Goudeau had
not paid bis dues for the ���inferior
brother."
He approached him, thei>ofore, iu ��'
frlendiy n spirit as possible, being, ir.
deed, an old acquaintance, aud said,
11. Goudeau, I must ask you to pay
��our tax for the spaniel."
The bohemlan was immensely sty-
prised, nr affected to be. "But dou't
you know, my dear sir," he said In s
tone of remonstrance, "this is a sheep
dog. useful to nie iu my work and cor-
sequent Ir exempt from tbe tax?"
"But you are no shepherd," returned
the tax gatherer; "you are a poet."
"No shepherd!" replied Goudeaa.
"Every poet Is n shepherd. Have you
not heard of Virgil and Theocritus"���
The poet would have reeited twenty
Other names lf tlie tax gatherer, alarmed at such a display of learning, had
���ot stopped him. "Rut at least you
hove no sheep,'' he said.
"No: 1 admit that," said Goudeau.
"It Ir been use I am too jxior. But I
will rectify that"
And he did. Next day he was ob
served promenading the streets of
Moutmartre with the same old black
spaniel, but with a newcomer in the
shape of a real, live, wo^ily -.heep.
Loudon Sketch,.
^   i-nrmian   _m����t.
-l tienr." said Mrt. Gaddle, "U_s>
yom husband's got a job as supenn
tendent of a cemetery and you're go
lng there to live."
"WellV1 replied Mrs. .Vnybor shortlt
"Well, I was thinking it w'ouTd be aa
awful ghostly aud creepy sort of neigh
tiorhood." -      i
"Perhaps, but the neighborhood will
not lne prying iato our business."--1Vl
���dalpbla Pr*��sa
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wafer?,
Family trade  a  specialty.
Tei. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   8.   C.
Hotel Russell
Christmas Dinner
Urine &  McLean, Props,
Meal  Hours 6 to S:*,',0.
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Bedeque Oysters on Half Shell canapes D'Anchois
Celery en Branches     Salted Almonds,   Manzanilla  Olives.
Boiled   Salmon  Trout,  Shrimp  Sauce.
Fillet of Sole, Marechale.
Sliced   Cucumbers      Lettuce       Potatoes  _Vnglaise.
Sweel  Breads en Cases a la St. Club.
Tenderloin of Beef, larded. Mushroom  Sauce. '
Nelson Lamb Chops. Trafalgar.
Banana Frlters, Kummel Sauce
RUSSELL HOTEL PINCH.
Armour's Sugar Cured Ham, Champag ne Sauce.
Boiled   Young   Fowl, Boston   Bacon.
Leg of Mutton, Green Caper Sauce.
Ox Tongue.  .Monaco.
Roast Prime Ribs of Native Beef, Yorkshire Pudding,
Young Turkey Stuffed. Cranberry Snare.
Suckling  Pig and  Crab Apples,
Delta Domestic Goose, Apple Sauce.
Hivv-t  Falsans, Bread Sauce.
Saddli   of Venison, Polonaise. .
California  Partridge on Toaat,
Wild Canvas Hack Duck. Orange Jell)
Mallard  Duck,  Apple Jelly.
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer,
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Kates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jac sen & Morrison 1
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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Telephone 54.
P.  O.  Box 665
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Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'   AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and    Mclnness    Streets.
Chicken Salad, Mayonalsse Dressing.
Lobster Salad, French  Dressing.
Boiled Potatoes Mashed Potatoes. Baked Sweel   Potatoes,
Asparagus.  Melted  Butter.        Cauliflower au Gratin,
Petit   Pois.
Old Fashioned English Plum Puddin-i. Hard or Brandy Sauce.
i Specially   Prepared)
Deep Apple Pie.     Hot Mince Pie. Strawberry  Tart      Plum     ir
I New Westminster Ice Cream     Christmas F utt Cake.
Port   w ne   Jelly.      Water   Wai    -
MacLaren's Imperial Cheese.     Canadian Cheese.
.
Oranges     Bananas     Apples      Malaga Grapes.
\*.��������� ted Muts and Cluster Ral
Cafe Noli*. (*:..,     |e M nthe Frappe.
A  Three-Piece  Orchestra  Will   Be  in  Attendance.
Price   75c.
I
Royal Columbian Hospital
Tenders wlll . received by the
undersigned and marked ' Tenders for
Supplies," up 'o i p.m., Monday, December 28th, 1908, foi - plying the
hospital from l -1 January, 1909, to ;:i
December, 1909, with the followln
artlcli -*     in.-,.      - and    bi   f,n;
beef; mutton; milk; di v - . groceries;
wood, slabs, ;.< cord coal wasl d
nut; flsh;  fune
I), taili d  lists oi    dru ocei lei.
beef, mutton and li h i in ��� obtained
at the hospital.
.\i ither the lowi ny ti ndei
necessarllj a    epti I,
Sam; li    ��� rocerh     ind all In
formation o tain ible  on     applic ition
to  th..   La i     -:    ���    n v  len .   v
hospital.
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New Wi - B C    Dec.   17,  I90S
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A nice pair ot Fancy S
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A  nice   Silk   Handkerchief
A Silk Muffler
A full Dress Front
or a
Silk Umbrella
PHILLIPS,
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���*_OAi>o o? TRADE.���Now  Weatmln*
onnl of T 'udo    moeta in the
om, City Hall   aa follows:
"v i    Tlmrnday   of   each    month,
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T h iv i d .a y    of    ffltiruarv.    May,
nd   N'ovomlior    at   $,   p.  m.
\.in ml    meotitiKR    '*>n    the    third
!' i i r a rl a v    of    irehnmry.    Now
nion bts   mny    be    |tro|)oa<v1   and
eiwntfctl  it any monthly or qiinrterly
moettni;     \. K. White. S-W
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A span of heavy geldings
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1700 lbs. each: five and six
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For price and farther par-
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E. A. P., Box 29, City.
WHEN YOU WANT ANY XIH OF
REPAIRING DONE
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Everything good
to eat at
The People's Grocer
Shell ;il monds   	
Shell   walnut,.	
3 lbs. Mixed nuts   ...
Christie  plum pudding
40c
.40c
,50c
35c
3 lb. dates 25c
Huntley's nnd Palmer's
Sweet Biscuits in 1-lb.
packages, 2 packages for.   25c
Candies     Galore���All     Prices.
C A. WELSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
THE
Hardware Store
is the  Place  to  Procure Your
Xmas Goods
Get. something that will be use
ful   as well as ornamental.
Razor Sets, Carvers. Five
O'clock Tea Kettles, Plated
Goods, Shaving Sets, Mirrors,
etc., etc.
Local Notes
Aid   Fader was at  business for the
tij'st   time  yesterday     after     several
i wc-eks* indisposition.
Buy your Turkey   from   the  largest
selection In the city at The Reichen
' bach Co.,  Lid. *���
���'Sand) Bottom,'' a theatrical pro
ductlon liilUnl to appear lure on
Christmas nig1*', has been cancelled
by  the circuit  manager.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Everybody
��t    your    Turkey    at
Reichenbach's;   hundreds   to    choose
from. **
Good  progress  is  being made with
the loading of the Ivanhoe at t.ie Fra*
[ser river mills with a  million feet of
lumber  for  Valparaiso.    She will    be
ready for sea in a week.
A uie._- piece of china makes a nice
Christmas present. Adams & Deans
have marked all their china away
down  to clear. **
A successful trial trip of ile missionary boat, the Good Sanarltan,
built and donated hy Capt. Olher, for
the work of the Methodist rrisslona
on the coast, was made yesterday.
Sh.- will be put in to commis.ion at
an   early   date.
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET '
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning,  and Bandsawing.
We make a sp. cia'.ty of   fir    door;
steamed and kiln dried.
George Adam*, the Public Supply
I Stores, has just received n large stilp-
j ment  of  fine  fat   turkeys  and geese.
Just  in  the pink  of condition ior the
Christmas dinner.
Arrangements   will   be   ma.!.-    with
1 ibe   Fraser   Valley  Nurseries   for   the
' i placing of a hedge   round  the outer
fence of the new Queen's park reservoir.   The present  is a suitable time
! for  planting, and   this  is  the reason
that Mi.- shrubs have nol yet been put
i in.    The  company   will   receive  $10%i
I and   will   iake   full  charge  for    three
vi ars.
W.E.Walsh W. E. Walsh, jr. ^     Sapperton
'Methodlsi
ath
Factory:   End  cf  Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New  Westminster.
tr       ADVERTISK      "6-1
��� IN ���
THE      DAILV       NEWS
To INCREASE Your BUSINESS.
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Pockei Knives, Carving Sets, Table Knives   Forks and S  is   i -
mas Gifts In many lines of useful and dainty household ..nicies.    ;  ;
BRYSON & SONS
Scle   Agents for   Monarch   Ranges.
Columbia   Street, T9lephon? 65.
������'.������-���   ������ ���   ���   *.*"���*':* J*r*-*   * J*. *y*'J* .*   ******
Electric Railway Service *
I school   will   hold   their  annual  X.mas|
, i: .   talnment on Wednesday ������'������
| li mber 23rd,   i ommenclng   n   y   i1-
i in.   in   the   Princi - ���   Hall,   Sa ipi    o i
I.\dmisslon,  adults 25  rents;   children
free.    A g l programme;  Xniaa tree
and a treat  for the children. Ev   .on.
come.
���    At the in. >' Ing ol   hi   \nu-i . ���   ��� il
: osis  society h< Id j .-���    i laj   It     aa  i e*.
-   - i he dance at  St. Ooi ge's
: hall in aid of the l inds ol ihe
bu I   enabli I   the   promoters   to  11 -ar I
$100.    The   ... li ty  passed ti
of   thai .      ��� '���
ird        id all   ��In    con       ited to the
ii ... : le
gave    ."    Ions.
.Mm-. ���
hi :.
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wit
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:50 a. m. La I
car leaves at ll p. m.
(Last cur lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
cttj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 i. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at fi:30
a. ra.
Sunday Service   balMwnrlj between 8.30 a.m   arid 11 p.m.
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on a
of th treet,
on a< count < irowded
dll i. .u ni  11
the li enti I
ell   s ��� sti   .1 i..   foi   appro, a
the qualm   Informs
.| one . ��� in pei annum of la
u ithoui     i ebati m< nl     oi       ed n   ���
-I for a '���"��� lea i
11 vvi..V was taken thai li wa      ai
..  _���
ments  ... Ill In   made
Vi tun at to .     .������   ale
haudl ��� on S indaj wlll
.,   in i lew ol ih   withdrawal
bj ih. citj solicitor, W G  McQuai ie,
ii    pollci    ..ii;. ni* ihe
cutlon  ol   Sin:-   K     for    selling
mi   Sunday,   und.     ihe Trades
t.,ii ��� use by-law,   At thi  previous lu ai
in.;  \\*.  Norman   Bole,  K   C, foi   thi
: f< ndani   ��nl mil ted thai   thi   b   law
conflicted   Vili  the   Dom nion   Lord'a
III.    \. ���.   under   which   prosecutions
iiii] ��� t   he begun  bj ovlnclal  al
wii. > L-.-in-i ,i v   and    in      therefori
ultra  vln -
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW  ON  SALE AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S CIGAR   DIVAN,   P.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE   and
"THE FAIR," Columbia StreeL
Turkeys, Geese and
Chickens
rOR   CHRISTMAS
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth Sl an��   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL & CODy, FroprietCfi,
MONEY INVESTED
for Client-* on First Mortgages on improved farm lands in the
Fraser Valley; and also on improved properties In lhe cities of
New Westminster, Vancouver and Chilliwack, which irfve a return
to the Investor of
8 Per Cent.
All securities carefully Inspected by us.    Ov. r $i.h i B0W |n.
vested for companies and Individuals.     : :
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Buying of Christtnq
PRESENTS
Made Easy in This Store
S
Customers find  shopping in  our store a   pleasun
ery
article   is   marked   In plain flgures go thai   vou can
yoiirs.-lf what  you  Bhould  pay     We haw t|       ...  ,.
play in such a  manner that tbey can be   eei ni(,
easily.    Every person is Invited to visit  th.
around.   We want yon to Bee for yourself the
of gift articles which are on display at  prii
this Btore the popular Christmas shopping
below gives  a bars iii<* ij - on   of  a  tew
SPECIAL BOXES of
Neck Ruchings
3  Chiffon Neck  Htich-- fancj
Xmas   boxes   with   hi        design
A   mo '    ' iproprlate   and   Inex ��� '
slvo gifi  to n  lady.    Boxes run be
had  which contain all  white or assorted  cob irs:   3  varlei i- -  of i in
Ing in  .ach   box.  Per  box     .   .  45c
E^IS-TT   v WQWy   '**v ^
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A Special Line of
Handkerchiefs
For Christmas
��� 3 for $1.00
.   ity-ivi   doz.    ure linen handkerchiefs whlcl
for the monej  ever   old in the city.    They are   old
three foi  $1.00, and ar.   done   rp i'i   one-quarter   or
boxes.
A Glove We Can Recommend as
a Suitable Christmas Gift
tfltflD prix�� park, l9
Reynier s Gloves
in.. ; 'I. buj     The standard  of  the ���   gl
Rej i, ������! i ,i.e..    it .     no .'.'ti   ill ... er   he  ivorl
varii
tjiial-
GIFTS For
The Home
:
50
$7 50
5(   to
Whi n .. paii of th.  -   glo\ -        emera thej     are
gur>r_inteea.   You take no chances wh.n you buj hen      Vnother point,
If yo iv    a pair to pri   eni       a < Ihri tma      ifl   wi     wil
them  iiii.-rw ,i: ds  for a  pair of .; ������ -     ��� i 1 Iged tli
th ... lOV   i.:   : I _BUl ed of ' h< in  :������ " is       and
guar a
Ladies'   Hand-Sewn   Suede   Glove ���    I '        S - .   I'm
esi in i       ���    and mi   I       - n \i eai;  i
pair  S^-OO
Ladies'  Fine   Soft Kid  Gloves���A   beautiful  Mm I ofl     pliabli
kid.    Thl    line Is known a    the "Suzette     band- e\vn; of tan
 $2.00
onl
P
The "Bonneval" Ladies' Kid Gloves���Our popular i li gloves hown
in shades of tan, brown, mod.., grey, green, cardinal, navy, and black
and white which are of i   pecial washable finish;    er pa        .     $1.75
The  "Sitka"   Ladies   Kid   Gloves    Made   of     heavy,     durable        kin   ;
lightlj heavier and nol a   Bne as the "Bonneval"  glove;   all.colors;
per pair $1-50
i ...1    '   iv.. -,   I
... ool  blankei     .. :   -
silk bound Wool  .: ,-.-
Hed Spreads, i   i
hi
* ipe ���
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Table Naj klnf
$7.00.
4 Special Lines in
Drawnwork LINENS
i       i     Al 35c each;
$1.25   to  $1   0
nd    Al    $1.35    eac    r
Milues $1.60
i     \i  $1.95 each:
* 2a   o $3 00.
Fourth  -At $2.95 each; re.
* : -.n to v "
Low Prices
ON ALL FURS
9
Everj   fur   in   ile
had   .:  reducl	
per   ent.     );. member
when in search of Cl   I
Reduced Prices
ON ALL
TRIMMED
HATS
For Christmas Selling
We  ininhi just  here give a  Word
of   advice   to   those   husbands   who
complain about their wives' hats
costing too much,   Any man might
embrace this saving opportunity io
present his wife with a nice hat
for a Christmas present, and save
money by doing so,
iKini forget the millinery section
in the Christmas present search.
SOMETHING
Suitable for
The Babies
Von cannot i.-i Christmas pass  without   remembering    the
folks.   Such a list as given here maj assist yon i�� choosing
und iin.-.. are more serviceable than toys:
Babies'  Knitted Wool  Jackets, sky, cardinal, pink ���'"<> ������'"''    '
and comfortable; made In coat style.    Kach 75c t0
Infants'   Cashmere   Kimonas, made of  cn am cashmere and
with p'nk or sky silk; most attractive and serviceable. Bach
Infants'  Silk   Dresses, made    of   Japanese   washing     -.i11
i n   ������'
v
trimmed with luce and embroidery   Insertions;   yokes     are
sleeves are full with draw string al  wrist;  skirt., are full ��'��* *1""
hem at bottom   Kach |M0to*��
Established   891
Incorporated 190B
New Westminster
Vancouvi r
1 hllllwack,
W. S. Collister & Co.
TME  STORE  POR WOMEN'S WEAR
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