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WHITE' SH"-      phoK85
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NEW  V.
LH   L
a ASSURANCE
%WtHTE, SHILES & CO.
t%W WESTMINSTER, B. C
* Vv
ESTMINSTER, B. C  MONDAY MOVING, NOVEMBER 2
FIVE CENTS PEit COPY.
MPORTANT INDUSTRY
Ber Valley Nurseries Pre-
��for Big Trade Care-
Selection of All Stock.
WRKKAGE HAY INDICATE
LOSS UF VESSEL OFF COAST
Wreckage Found on Vancouver  Island
Near Carmanah Pointa to Disas.
ter  During  Late Gale.
pare
'
:i   invitation ot  the
...    Fraser   Valley
Sews representa-
tbeii in "I" n>' at
as siiown over
. 12,000 of yearl*
...:- '
live i"1' *
pnrsab) i-*ak'-'
'"'R ^^^^^^^-_
���   field al me, be-
M , ��� apple seedlings
,    during the  en-
(w -'���������
. plant was also
,earned that -ins
.   ,  of its  kmd in
�� .���>,  has  a   perfect
n   na.        *i
 'p-���te-yround
ocnd and third
,   ix inch box;' -
connected with
Victoria, Nov. 22    Wn ckagi   wash
' ���'���   ���    'tore  ",iia .   ....  .,;,..   ,,   i,;i!.   D
west .-I Carman ...      at,   d licates tbe
loss   of some
Aiie rican, during Ih,
day    	
Carmanah
ALONE WIN
M TO SEMI-FINAL
Gain Splendid Victory Over
Shamrocks in B.C. Cup Tie
-Other Teams Draw.
SILVER JUBILEE Of
SI. PAUL'S CHURCH
Quarter of Century's Work
Commemorated in Sprcial
Services-Deficit Cleared.
WOMEN TO BE CANVASSED   REAL ESTATE AGENTS
BY TfcMPERANLE ADVOCATES I - " '
C.  T.   0.  Will  Conduct   Up-to date
Campaign  ,n   Interests of  Local
Option   Candidates.
eeminglj    an  Saturd
gale ol   yester-   t.-ain, ev,
again len onstrated on |
thi a������!���" i f t*Bt class
anon wet and slippery ground.
fcighthouse Keepei Daykin, of Thi occasion wa a B. C. cup tie
wins tonight thai pieced with the Shamrocks ,at Recreation
of a ship's rail of teak, about Bfteen park, Vani mver Th, recent rains
teei  long, eight ..a   and four  bad covered the wet ground wilh pools
Inches thick, a shield ol pine with the  ol   watei    and   the  only   place   where*
'nited States coat of amis with g'ltjthe playei        uld   stand  was on  ihe
,f
Tb.
. lebrat'ou ol  the  twenty-tifi.ii
A mas- tne,  lng of the membei
the :    i. \v. C, T. r. will ,he held in
EAGER TO BUY SCRIP
Westminster Veterans of the
Boer War Are Holding Out
For Higher Prices.
ens
avenue     Ottawa, Nov, 22.���Members oi
thi
uontv.fifaiilthe  league  rooms of Qu.,..~     .    	
  ���    "    Methodlsi church at three o'clock this South African    Veterans'    association
anniversary   of St. Raul's    Reformed | ^^^ ^^ &) Ua8t <jne hundred of Ottawa have  received  from    Cal-
Episcopal  church was held  yeBlei la}   'ni,.nl,, : .'.���.,. expected to be present,  gary business men an offer from $500
,.-,_-. .    ,,-,,, ____________ . a _.__a_t_a_4        <_> t       ,   I _ ,*   I    . _-.
at  the church,   the    occasion      > ing
marked by special services.     At    the
stars ana red, white
;..: With g'lt
^^^^^^^^^^^^ and blue enatael, '
a green painted < Inker bulll gig,
broken up, with I, iters "J, l>. C."
alone remaining, and a few cocoanuts
w, re foun I among i u   .'. r, ck ig,
Nothing  can   b, e I  hei ������  tend-
ii-   i .    ;��� utii.,   the vi Bsel  w hich     i
s,-. minglj   ue i   with _tei   on    the
west coa '  ol \'���"��� island    near
..Ml''!""-'' ' * -���
; on ih,
���,civ.jur\
*"*"* "���!. w,a7 the" first" and I name has the inltla      I   It   >
..-.������
lit! -
l.   ������
ni
' i
IS Indies filled
..  ihe companj to
here   In Ide     ' '��� ��� ���
���    , thi  trees, wl, ch
Q   ,1   COI . ���  el   dl        ���
; lie  ��inter    In
shipment, a ml
ng   bi ici    can
dd  Btorage.
G'.ifting.
;,,-   com      :,..
-   the erectl  :.  ol   a j e(j tj,
.  afting      ;.ai pose
-, noon, r   i i
��� ��� ���
. w   I ti
At-
..usei.aii  diamond,  now    denuded    o
.   ��� onfidence of the Hover..'
tlon committee in  playing  Brucs
at full back was fulij justified, as he
!end*d   gain<   throughout
run pun Ij  in thi   flrsl half. The
., ;,,,, .  :,s  sell cted,    but    the
Shamro - I one change, Wolfen len
taking    VI   chell'i    place     at     outside
M    Cavers  refereed.    As  the
,rought  over ,.  big  bunch of
nn
morning service Jackson's "Te Deum" I
was sung, and the anthem rendered
wa- "Oi, how lovely Is /.ion" (Ogden),
At the evening Bervice Miss Elsie
L'ddelow sang Come Unto Me" and
the anthem selected for rendition was
Fairbank's "Hear Our Prayer," the
solo being taken by Theodore Lennie.
Kev A. deB. Owi a preached at ��� ich
service,
Finances  of  Church.
B        Ing al  the evening service to
iiiema. .     are e.M>.-i ,.-,,   ...   _.%.  _���- _,�����.     ���
-,   .     lUsiness to  be  transacted  at   the   to   *555   for   their     land    certificates.
m,   ting  will have  considerable   bear- This offer is the highest received by
lng upon the coming municipal elec-1-��� ��� *���*
any of  the   veterans  associations
easte ��� Canada from any source.
in
.-,���!,, as the first steps towards   in-
teresdng the Ave hundred odd women.
���.- the  city  to  vote  for  certain!     Th,   offer made to the Ottawa ve-, ,
candidates ar,  to be taken.   A definite I ans is conslderablj  higher than   thai
���ian of action has already been map-  ���,., i, bj  Calgarj  real estate men    to
ped    i5 th.  executive, bul this will   Westminster veterans  of the  war   oj
���,. be ratified at today's meeting.|which there are about twenty at
in past ;..'.ii-s only a comparatively j em resident iu the city.   For the pa
ill  numbei   of women voters have  fev,   weeks, F. Dallison, of    Scott    &
exercised theii   franchise, bul  the ag- Dallison, Calgary, has been in    Van-
gressive cam  aign carried   on b)    '!>������; r0uver seeking to buy South African
ihe finances oi th, church the preach-     .... ,.,..,,,,.,    ,..,,,,\0  win   indue.  ,n_._v . _ _      _>
! temperance  p< opie   win   inauce   iu.ui> l v_,tpran s serin, making frequent trips
HOBBtHS CLEAN UP BANK
IN lii.ll.I) imillilll
,i.    125,  peni
-���" ���    -- ,.��� arm*
1  with  ...   ... rs and dagger!    ��� ntei -
.    ..    i    . il th,   Commi
| cial bank ..' noon, 1,
to put up some-.... ,,.,  eMh , _   (h    t- ,
to  ho . ar.d   robed
The thieves i ul  lh,  iel
lo   pri ���  ut   ... nm ml     i d   with    the
��� . , and all cn*. on,- - ��� n;. ring
.. ��� r, ;,.-!,��� I with !��� ��� ��� ��� ��� b and
forced to   It quletlj  uni 11 the robbei y
wn- comp ���
eft th    ian     * Ith $12,-
ash.    ah traci ra  h is
��� 1.. iost.
Seedlings.
: Ings will   ��������� ; ��� |:| ���
...  and  will   consisl'
.     .   . Peach.
rrj   and   plum,   In
,. ,:i  !,.���  read}   '���"'
200,000 ol  a
WILL SEND APPLET FROM
SPOKANE TO EUROPE.
1      .
���
'
thl
iv,   .
Shipments.
... I,,,,.i.e I thai owing
warm '        'hal
the pasl   months
I   .im.. .li.itii.ur  .,*���	
!'   ��������� The   Bridgeport  Orchards    company
���mema   !:''"'       ' 	
but   the   tre. _   ,
'   wheB  sh
which th,  com a L;in,, company, ��   ,
oth.. faci thai     - .       ......    .,.  ;   ,,   i.mds at
., hand an ,  :h,   okanagan  river   in
������-    ! '"' ,,,''*"~ '���'"���'���' ,. ,;,. , ainty, Wash., part ol which
ish Columbia ^      |aDl,     ,,, _,.,_,,,.  Bnd    peacttes
Two Yea, Old Stock. -,,, .',���.,....   la lo create a market in
'   1-""lMI  year,lD��   Moe* Euro ���-'  grades ol  apples
""   mentl0"eftd'  gr  Bui n  country.    Ten
,.* ,,a hand  some ..000 ;   ^^     ^^ ..    ,)roduced    In
"i'i'   ���  ���'*  ���"';,U'"   , ..,  ���   \va hlngton   will   b,   Ben.   to
���       and    a ou     25.0W p nd    ,,,.,,,���,   having
    -1"11  hMhJ[Z   Bl m   Sov.25.th
���'���"'    ''������"  ���'"";",V   .,,.'   ,���  charg,
���';'    u , Cl go,   who
ici* Fence-Hedge.
��� ,       It, nei i
'     special features ol ib>**i *-*
In  their sp, cla!   th.    ed    and
iffer for if, nl ol sup-
' om    he   j   ind f and.
Bruce's Great  Game.
rili unocl     -..-  ; he   ball   waj   fi um
i II     .a,    i. im-a..-n   was  soon
. ���.  th,   wing,  playing a  pretty
ina ion  with Caydzien     Wheeler
���-������'.     iut   thl       . LS  gol  away
...   Lain   ,, .     M,a p �� .;,   rei urn, d   V, Ith
.is.....    war, kept ac*
live- centre,   a-;:.. t., a !    \ Ith
mi .-������- -      T.   Jon, -.   obtaining,
pasae I  to his   w lng   m  i   -   rfgh .  but
Wolfendi a   wa*   noi   q iii      with    ihe
,.; missed se\        .      ic, -   B  ici
.on. ,.,,, ,i.  soon  showed up at ' ac ��� lye)
phoni ��� ���''Illil''  ���-''���"������-   kicking  oui     w ith
an      -  leving wiienevi      b
hi    was  dangerous     *-*;:   -. ��� rose
ini    . lev, pretty often, and al   i
���   :; ,.   - -   ,.,.i  fall, d    ���..    :,- ���     th.
. on. ��� l, ; ..  coi n.    ..tt
I..   '.   gol   the  ball    away
to Sat. yer.
The   Only   Goal.
i ��� Held plaj   Follow, d, an.,  the
show, -I   up   well,  es
l    ,,   Jon, s, as   also did the
Ing   left   wing  men.  Caydzien  and
i lia ild   . I to ue;
ile  on  the sodden  turf  and
Icking at times was dis ipi oint ng
Shaw, i-oss  b. Iped    him    out
veteran's scrip, making frequent trips
to this city to interview interested
parties. As the price which he is
off. ria-  falls  below   the  vain,,  set up-
^  _M-*11"- I"-"* ���
' -aid the mbjeci  a;,, se dom touch-   -,, .���,,,. ,,,,, polling booth this year for
om that pulpit, and it would   ..,,   ,.,._,.  ,,..     That from eighty    to
    "'iTh   v"*,r"   forc'e   "n   ninetv per cent, of the women voters
I   OU<_   . itiQ      *T**mm********%^^^^^^^^^���
twill plump fi ���  th- temperance ticket. 0��� lh,.v. grant by the veterans, he has
should <w.'.    e decided  upon, is    the | not met   with much 8U0ce8S    locally.
|opin;on freel    expressed b)   the   a ^-^^^    '*���-'��
���utes Of li" ii option.
GERMAN MAT TRY TO OET
TO POLE IN BALLOON
Prof.    Herguesell    Plans    on     Solving
Arctic  Problem by  Oslng  Zeppelin's Airship.
St. Pau's  Reformed Episcopal Church
���
n,     oi by Cook
he Rover    then   lid 'be bulk ol
ng   Cor    several    mlnut. -
thai  ���>,.-' ��� on    Thi is.   who bad borne
mi den and iieai o( the daj in past
wer,   finding al *'.   pr, -��� nt time
. i   the   weight   was  heavy.     There
,\ is outstan ling th    s nn ol $100 and
the wardens and vestrj  would bud it
i   reason  foi   congratulation   if  that
a.ei.uiere.i tne cluivch hai  been rua- from the coast of Spitsbergen
difficulties
Berlin, Nov. 22.-In all   Ikellhood an
. , tempt   . '    be made next year    by
Professor Herguesell    to    reach    the
North Pol, ln the Zeppelin airship, the
���xpense o!   the trip to be met    .   ;:-
German government.
Herguesell,  who is chief of Zep ���
.   , raff's  staff at   Frlederichshafen
.s    an    '., i;u>a-    <a"   ���        ,;:u    ''
,h, dirigible balloon   as   an   aid
topographical science.    He *s already
plannlng  for  the trip.    His main ob-
gtacl.  which it is hoped can be over-
con.,,   is   carrying   a  sufficient
M., 0|  gas  tor the long trip.
Th,   si art   probably   will   be
j   UU.       aua.
Westminster   men  are holding    tneir
1 scrip at from $600 to $1000, and are Of
ithe  opinion  ihat   it   wlll    shortly    oe
worth $1200  to  $1500,  but they    are
. willing to sell for less, as  most    ot
them are established in business hi   ���
and hav**  no desire  to chanii.     th. ���**
residence from British   Columbia   to
the less alluring clime of Alberta.
\s far as is known, only one Westminster man has disposed of his scrip.
He was badly in need of money at
the time, and ace pted tbe offer made
by a Calgary firm before he was aw,ar,;'
, f the actual value of the gift made
to the veterans by the Dominion
government.
,-piail-
mad.
��� Continued or Pag.  Two.)
INDIANS IN IHSTKtSS OET
UOVEKNMENT A..I.TAN.L
���
ol   .1.
Is   vie
III.l!l.o.el      Ol
consignment be*
!������ pershlng ."''
..pies.a. in and
the first   named
���   e   is the fad 'hat|^n>
.,    -. cured  t'1"  patent
\, ic a  Hedge, ui   fenci
fencing    is    suitable
nl   ia. ni  and   is   an  '"
and economic   waj
.a,    fencing  dlfflcu U
UbSOll   pla-llt   of   eX-
atid    vigor,    it    is
,.  ihe  climate oi   thia
'fin companj will iandle the products .a i lie oi chaids in and aboul
Bridgeport lor th, present, but when
a ui.r.. i i has ��� - a d< veloped i he I esl
ii ui * grown In eastern Washington,
norliii-rn blab,,, northeastern Oregon,
west, a Montana and southeasteru
lira i.-h Columbia will i��� s, ni across
thi   \iianiu
,  ���|   d|   fi nee. oi hedge,
,,,.;, n.,;;,ui   Of   both,   PI'.'   i
am    tollage    of    i-1'1"
li.  centre is rend, red ab
���   . :,,',!,.   I,\   strong   shall'
t,,,, oi fencing should
,. much attention both
..a' .,. ib,. rural districts.
.i rh..iiies have already or*
ni plants for the purpose
���   ii. *  reservoir in Queens
rOES TO  HOSPITAL BLCAOSE
TEETH   GROW   WRONG   WAY
ning -inte   1883, and   '.be
,!,ui, bad been met and overcome he
lght th,;. would agree that the de
bii   will!   verj   small,    ll  would  '���
,,.,-v suitable way to wipe off the debt,
,���,i" would inflict no particular hardship on an,one to help    It    out.    No
doubt  much religious work was hum-
.. .,,,  uj  the lack oi financial assistance.
Growth of Church.
The ;,i,-aelie. took his text from the
njml, verse of the seventh chapter ol
the second book of Kings. Referring
t0 the establlshmeni of the ohurch he
said twenty-five years bad rolled over
th, .'in since .li" Reformed Episcopal
,���������.,, w,s founded, so,,,,, ol them
,,,���.�� far bettei than he did the ivlals
lr,bulaUons and difficulties which bad
, eover them since then, and how
some bad stood "" '��<"' i"""'"'1'^
and what thej considered to he true
\:i nations which had reached eat*
���,,ss bad b.,.1 to pass through pei ids
of difficult} and trial, before hej
Lune w graadeur ami greatness   rhe
?^UBUN"H08PI.TL   pieach,-,  reterre    be peSi rounder
]N dublin ho p denomixtaUon.    Bishop   Cum-
Victoria Nov. 22. Owing to the
,,, ��� n,. condition ol the Sicannle*
,���, sahanees Indians, n the Fort
,;.,,:,, district, owing to the lack ol
,.iiu, arrangements nave been made
,,a .,|���. Dominion governmenl with tb,
Hudson's   Baj   coml*an; lUtrlbme
!food to those m absolute want,    I >"
Inclai - rnment   bas    also   ���
,        .    he Bame corporation u
pai   th,   i mn��>   ���-  *15  '<:     "'"    ^
..  i- ���wlng to the ravages ol
wo 1 vei*     '. | ���
lb,  is   - in-.lmais.that thc game l..t.
ELECTROLYTIC  process
RECLAIMS COSTLY  CURIOS
San Francisco, No\. 22.���An electrolytic prod ss, 'is.,1 for the first time
in the laboratory of the University of
California, i- said to have re< .iimecl
for science ., number of ancient
bronze curios of great value, ecentlj
threatened with complete destruction
through ovidation. The process o; decay ba* been arrested In coins, lamps
and articles of jewelry found in Poru,
Egypt and Italy, Tbe soil whence
GO'S BOMB THROWER i they were excavated is often Impreg-
WRECKS ANOTHER SALOON ! nat.nl  with minerals that   corrode me
  specimens    and    the   oxidation    . ro
Chicago, Nov. 22.���The mysterious gresses even more rapidly in this
bomb-thrower who tor two years has climate. Tb, newlj discovered treat-
puwled the Chicago police, threw a menl conslBts in part of an appllca-
bomb last night on the roof of a build- Hon of electrlchj after the objects are
ing occupied by John 1). Qassolo's wrapped In sheet zinc and Immersed
saloon, in West Madison street. in a chemical solution.
_Uthough  no one was Injured, part
Ol the  roof   was  torn    out,    windows
were broken and the report was heard      i.^..aaa_..., ____   ^^^^^
for blocks. Occupants of adjoining speaking at Manchester, said 'bat ,1
building-:, including flfty women in a the treatj Canada is negotiating with
charitable Institution, rushed tantical-  Prance goes through    ������������   fon-im
CHICAGO'S BOMB THROWER
England's Neglect.
London, Nov. 22-   Lord  Land: down
ly to the Btreet,
This i> the twenty-sixth bomb
whicb ibe culprit has hurled at alleged '-ami,linn resorts,
HUMAN OSTRICH   FOUND
Se��   Yo,k. Nov. 22,    Herbert    Co
raan', teeth gre* up instead ol do��n
Dublin,  Nov
n-lsh Amei lean
���i   -
'be
No Foreign Stock.
|,effl of ��Pec.alJnterestJ�� V^""���,.��� thTem teath
li
.'     Mike    Bogle,   ��n
 -, bat reason he, a patient Jj^^^^,^.-X
St.   Luke's   hospital   here   todaj.    A�� J�� ,���..'.���, ,��� i���  a  remark-
operations has   '-en ���erformed ^ humaJ1 ostrich,
(vii.    wl|U.,)   ���   believed   to bas"   M        a.    ^    ^  1K)>J��� ,,,���,plain".l o'.  P��>��
successful,   and   rosnuui's  rapid -
cveiy. wi.b bis mouth restored ... ���     and        ,
,���,a���al   condition,   is   BXptCted.
Cosman is 21 years old.
.,���  Hudson ���>' Newburgn
in
���. bad swaii��wad a knife
,,���.,.        Medical     Superintend,-..'
,���.   H.es.Zlln. after using ihe 1 i:K.n��r ��������
Twelve
upper
���fries
I
hom.
tb,- Praser Valley NuM
bicuspid
are nol  Importing nny  foreign
an   running on a practical
1 s'i.-aii piocss, ami, further, ii
**���> liave forty agents on  the road
"''> ���'*"��� aaleto make ll suitly of ,':"t'
���-" distrlcl  ��,f inn ish Columbia
10 ;|- to know what are the most x"11
;:li:' varieties of trees for eaoh ��,,("
il lh.  province.    Scions ami 1""*s
fr��m tree, throughoul    the   country,
11   ar,   known  lo  be   good,  to
. Ij   true  to  name and  with
frull   b, aring   records, arc   be
"fully  coiled, d   by  the  tore-
���    ,, mpanj at  the   present
ii   ��� it .... . 11 Page Seven.l
,���.,! ih). stomach ami knife, fork,
, ,���)M,1. buttona, laces, nails, bom op-
;::;:;. "TW Pipe����. ^ h.*.*<����
woolhn muffler wer
jaw-two   molars   and    a n��� ,,,'W; ;,n,l a
moved, bin Blran��7'     eavi. padeni is recovering.
Hb  appeared, and  theM��       1
Hound. Tne
ears
Castro in Search of Health.
Caracas.   Venezuela,   Nov.    ''���>-
were   fl
second ^^^^^_
ties remained.   As tM *_ :
bi.juw began to pa��n hlm, and    ^     	
grew unshapely.   The pain JJ , ^ Juan   Pono   Hico.    Not.
(l;ml(, go severe that be *���<    " 1/ir,]lte(1. Pl.(,s,(,,.nl  Castro  is abOUl     to
an operation.   The surgeon
the contrary teeth by
X-ra\
mlngs.and bis troubles fe totmdlngan
organUatloa In the principle* be believed to be true, aud 61 <->������ iirog'**3"
of thai denomination.
Their Principles.
Thej bad no* the g��nd old ������ > ���"'��', u...,.- ���*������ - *���-��� .���_.,.-
o, the church of England purified of Lent, hava only been running
manj of the doctrines which Hale i��|,i���i
little had cept  in.  and  which    tbey
fell   were not the work of God, as
should be.    Thej   believed thai    <1,">
should  freely  mix   with  fellow  Christians of all creeds, they believed there
should be the bes| of feeling" lor u11
who  were  striving    to  worship    <���*><-���
The church stood for the principles oi
^^^^^^                      other    fore gn
powers    will    want    to  make  treaties
With  .'ana la  and    the    other    British
col<,nie- will also desire to mala,   arrangements with foreign    powers   so
that   "bj   ou    ow n  can . >an< ss    and
stupldltj ih'.-.   British markets wi.lbe
Steel  M.U. Go Full  Blast.              ,,.,,,.,lu      ,^     ^^     aadlng    she
N'ew  York. Nov  22.- officials ol the could do nothing with us. negotiated
Illinois Steel conipany   announced  to-  the treai;   with  Franc,   under    which
daj  thai h  la practically certain that tli, greatei pari ol the pref  enci C ������
all  tbe shops will   be    running    full  Hda gav<  ua will disappear,"
fore,   bj   Dec.   I,    Tweiv    thousand! .^ ,	
in , a will hi -.iven , mplOJ men'.
wiiieb means a return ol prosperity to
ib. whole community, \ huge ma*
in-1; of the Inhabitants are employed in the mills. A. out hull' of
workers  have been  unemployed    fot
in,ir,    iliau   a  yt ur.  and   many   depart-
half |
Gas Plant for Fernie. ,
F��   nn.   Nov.   22.-  Then     i_.    ��� .ti>
prospec   ol a gas plan; being Install! t
ui   len,,,     n   thi     n ai     future,    ana
i ���'* s.iouiii ii become an established fact,
it win ;,. i, valuable acquisition to
the uilli'ies of ths town. Tenders i .���
being  advertised  for  the  installation
.
Of  such  a plant,  and  U   la    eMr-mt'lj
_   probable that before nexi summer the
.yiiuht  to be loyal  to the great   prln-Litizeiis wU] be able to secure gas tot
'" h .  .        ._    , ........   __,,! I ,,. ,_,..  .....I  nth..,   domestic  pur-
-V'ia
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meane
Ir,,
pirated j President  Castro  is abOUt    to
)f   the Venesuela  for Europe.   The purpOM
of hi. journey is to undergo an opeta
Il<mlll the hand* of skilled Phy^1'^;
  ,.v,,r" is an-   There  Is  reason   to believe  ihat
A .nw paper. 'I'-*'        n,.sl issi.fi 1 president    contemplate    ^Ving   .
,������������','��� tor Revelstoke; th< ����� ^J^ on Nr)V. 24 m m French mall
*������*��� i'"""1" "" "''n-iurau    tonnerly steamer   Oaudeloupe.     TO'     ,"ln.
��� 1  thai     E    *   "8n���'Vi-nl-H.'rt.l-l.   runs  betwoep  Havre    and   W��*
P(,|,or of lhe n"v^'"K" ' ' I ,lbn  ports.
will be editor.
���ipjes of religious freedom, unity, i"'1
lova 0f mankind,    Lei  them be sure
the)  were loving the great Founder of
their religion as He loved them.
Deficit Cleared.
Tbi .  evanlBf  a social  gathering of
The church stood tor the piwi-,��� --.     I his  e...n___j,  a ��� th���
.... itnltv in  the  congregation   will   be   ticlil   at .-"���������
rarfitJ-r s��% * ��� t, sr Umm
���.li   ,i||        1 ., n , .C      ��* ���**,*a-^-r        Dl       tt  IMPIl
had  cleared  up  those  matters  whicn | Agn. s
Illuminating and othi
post s.
.���,-,,,. Observe.
bad often been against the unity "I
tbe household. It seem-'d as If Ood
blessed I hem tn proportion as they
were faithful and true to Him. ' ���*'
text taught th- neccssiiv of spreading
good tidings. Were they doing " ���
The generation growift* ��1�� "'" ,;"'
ing the place- of those who ������*-
labored so faithfully, and thp) must be
Stratheona's Marvellous Vitality.
Montreal, Nov. 22.���A  London special sable  sajs that  Lord   Strathcona
continues to show extraordinary    ac-
e of  Mrs.   wiinam  joui����wh j tlv-ty for a man of -88.   Y,-sterday he
���vet   ai   which an Interesting j hell] a long conference with the local
program has'been arranged. government   board  regarding the new
The secretary-treasurer (J. J. John* British regulations for the Import a-
,.lon(. who hlm-seif bas held th.it tl0n of meat products, to come into
office since 1891, Ba*,'"i ,hat thl' p^8U,t force on Jan. 1.
0|  the offerings during  the day.    and,	
he cla]  erfor.   made,  resulted   in a       Nel-'.on. Nov. H2.-I.a-t night Barney
c0.lection amounting to $HH. jUSt Crilly broughl in the first gold brick
, ,,,,,., th( fleflcl. referred to l>>*! ���:om the Nnggei mine. it. weighed
,{. ,    \   deB. Owen.
.... ...  i and ls valued at $6004,
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The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
NOW   SUPPLY
Stall
d Beef, Mutton, Pork and Ve
Cl!
Direct from the Plant and Abattoirs of J. Y. Griffin & Co.. of Edmonton, Alberta.
EVERY CARCASS IS SUBJECTED TO GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
No possible fear of diseased meat; only the best can pass the rigid tests of the Government, a perfect guarantee.
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There is no Government inspection in British Columbia ; therefore
to know that you are eating carefully inspected Meats is safety
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
(WEBS AIM WN
MTO SEMI-FINAL,
ilinued rrom rage One*
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.-      with    thi
8,   0.
.   ���  teams were as follows: R        -
Lo. I ;     bacl -.    Kirbj-,    Bi   ce;
-.   Reid,    Sawyi i.    ( arsi .     forwards,  n.-, > i ��� -.  Shawci
' Caydzien,    Lumsd in        Shai
1   ial,   Wheeler;       backs,
l>'j Lamble;    halves,    Davies,
Sugden;    forwards,  Wolfenden   ���'-���'���
T, .lutes.  Higglns,  T, ('���   Jones,
Referee;   U.  Cavers.
License Notices
fi .i :>��� ��� fouls*bj both partk-s, neither
l ���  I eing  much  the   . etter in    this
'-���-,.  :t.    Bruce continued to play the
ot games, and   Kirby,  who was
��� ���.I all  the time, helped him    is
'i     i      loasl ile.    Two   corners   wer
;.   against   the    Shamrocks,    but
nothing came of them. Sawyers, making a long run down, passed to Lumsden.   Th.- ball coming back to centre
Shawcross secured, beat  Wheeler and
scored   a  beautiful  goal.    This  score
aroused   the energies  of each  of the
contest .ms and the remainder of the
half was very keenly played out. Just
befort the  Interval   Lock  brought  off
., eii" save,
Rovers  on Defensive.
;n-; ov<    the home t, tm h
1      "    th,    ip. ning   excli ing. -
r. : c. ai      elng
-' -'���'.,--.  and thi   backs ��  -     i
b.   Sham ock  forward  iin ���
.    .     .���      .   .       heir shooting was
Long Bhots  '���'���������
the  Ion     , none, h ���
ng. Tli" home ilnh; wing was
:    i li uli.un   plaj ed    i   r ' eful
ii...   al   half, and   was  the  pivot of
i.     al le.   Davles tva    nol a   quick   ���
ho   bould have be, n at right half  Mc*
Keown   brou [hi  ofl    ome   1 mg
for the sh.in.in. i, . and the trishm m
omlng down,  fore id   Klrbj   to  kick
to touch line      Lumsden gel   n
ball from Sawyer, was running up and
Irooal   reached  the  penaltj   line
when Mils, .,..v i/ went out to bim and
laid  ii in out  with whai  ap ieared to
'������'��� i   ii. ir... rati   kick on  the li fl   leg.
Lurai di ii was oblldged to rei  Ive
ervlces ��,l trainer Lawrence and had
to <|iiu the field.
Playing Mar  Short.
Tne Rovers were up againsi li with
only 10 ne-ii and their t irwar a ���
was adly disorganized in conseqi nee
Loch was again tested, bul the home
attack became more unsatisfactory,
and failed to do anything, Jusl before
tin.  fiiii.-li Caydzii o    almost     ������ o ed
McKeown      Aa*v even n"m'jereiJ section of Do    :,..
minion  lands  in Manitoba, t-askatcb-   \.
SATURDAY'S  FOOTBALL.
B. C.  National  Cup.
Rovers      j
Sham rocks       0
Celtics      1
We   hum hiand       I
North  Witieotiver  	
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��� ynopsis    of    Canadian     NOrth-West l     NOTICE ls  hen- bal   I   I
Homestead   Regulations.
Licensing  Boa.,.; th,   Citj   ol
\,. sttuin    ii   ;-1:   ..   '"newal   ol
ewaa aud Alberta, excepting j aud 26,jilc   . ���   ��� ,   , :i [|q ill on the
aot reseryod, may be homesteaded by   -, ,aa\\rt as the \    idsor Hotel,
anj  person who U the sole bead ot   ���     [turn -!   on    Columbia    and    i:  . ���
family, or an,   male ove,  is years o.   .,,,.,.,.    ,, til,. vlM ,������.. ,,, N-ew  u,,.,.
��� aye, to the extent oi oue-quarter set.   mins er
P, 0. BILODEAU
N m  Westmluster, Nov. ':. i:"'*>.
tion of ltid acres, more or less.
Application tor euU'j must nt
made in person u.. the applicant a:
a. Doiuinuu Lamia Agency or sub-
igency for the district in wolch the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may,
however,  be  made  ut au agency on
Ni>'i'i<'K �� bereio gii n bat I Inti a l to applj ai the n . Itting of
the Licensing Hon i of the   ('it.,    of
MME.  NORDICA  OFFERS
MILLION   FOR   BUILDING
Spokane, Nov. 22.���Madame    Lillian
.virdica.    the    tomous    grand    opera
.....in,,, has made an "tie. of (1,000,-
 cash to August Paulsen,   ol    Spokane, for bis eleven iuUdtng on
Riverside    avenue   the     onlj     sky
scraper in Spokane,
The building, which,
site,  has cost Mr.    Paul en    ,,    II    - lownerl
mon  than ��800,000, Is do! quite i  i    requJremem
Pi d,  but    Is alreadj     eased    and     (3j    if u,.
""'   W! ���   -'""'l n     on     i ��� rather Is dei
$1 100 purchase.    Mi   Paulsen has :
ii"*   ..     yel   refu i .1   or  a. cepti d   th.
iff.
'jcertain conditions by the father, moth*  -v"tt' Westminitiir for s   renewal   ol
' | er. son, daughter, brother or sister of h'cen**e ;"   ���'" l-QU0 ':ii! on "'"
au Intending  homesteader. premises known as the Russell Hotel
The homesteader is rejulred to per Isltiiittted on Carnarvoa and Begbii
form the homestead dut.es under one I streets In the said cit} Df New W. M
i>f thy foi.owing plans; Imlnstei
(l)   At least six months'residence I F  C  CAMERON
j^ou auj  cultivation of the land  i;Ax..v Westmlnstei   Nov, 3, 1908.
eacb year for three years.
NOTICE i. he given thai I In
tend to apply a    ;;,... ting '������:
,.;,-. nsing Board ol  Lh.   Cit;     of
Ni ��   Wei ;   tisti     .      a ren     ������    ol
oo the
.. a ..    . he Fra    i   Hot. ���
-iiua-. -i on the i oi a i  ol B. i le   in !
-ti    ���    a thi       I Citj   of New
\\     minster.
ALFRED SWANSON.
New Westminster, Nov. 3, 1908.
NoTICE Is hereb; glv n that I m-
;.'u i to applj at the ni xl sitting of
th ��� Licen ling Board for the City of
New We tmlnster ior a renewal ol
licens. to ell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Royal C'it>
ii , el, Bituated coi i er of Cu itoms
House Simne and Columbia street, In
the said Citj of New Westminster,
K. FA I .I'll.
New   Westminster, Nov, 3,  1908,
I
(2) a Homesteader may, if he so
desires, jierform t_ie required residence duties by living on fanning
land owned solely bv bim. nol less
than eighty   (80J   acres  Id axt< .���   ia
NO'i [CE li    i ."in   given that   I
tend to appl;   si   tbe nexl  sitting  i i
the  Licen Ing Board  o    tb    Cli
N'-w  W. stininst.     ;.,.   .,   i   iewal    tl
ithe vicinity of his bom.  '���        ;,,int  license   o   ell I i,.h. on
in l wlll nol   ii' ���    this   ��� ne�� n a     ie Depot Hote     ed on
em tier ol Columbia and Eighth itr iets
New Administritor.
Ch. r ourg,    Nov,  22,   Th     f, sui li
ai moured cruiser Admii  :  Vube salle i
bl  t H  St,  Pierre,    On  board th
cruiser Is M. Pierre Dldelot, tlte a, ������
appointed Ailmliii. trator of St, Plerr i
.uul Mlquelon,   He a al d that his m'.s*
Bton was to act li . rallj in the estal -
llshment of peace on thi
Y. M. C. A. heiay Metsaga.
Baltimore,    Mr.,    November   22.-
i Th ���  r, layed  mi     .       ���    ch I    being
carried  by hundreds of V.  ..1   C,  A
boys  from  New   fork   to    President
|( velt    nt    Washington    reached I
if the
ased) ol   . ;, ..��� ���.    . j..:
n.is permanem  resld. q, e .. .,_.
land owned ., ly :,, bslEQ. d .' it.8s
than eighty | ., ,,, , |n ex, ,. (Q
the *��Iclnlty or the homei tead, o
on a homestead entered tor by him
In the vicinity, such ho
perform his own residence .lit, ,v
living with the father (or no
(4) The term "vlclnli ' ���, the two
preceding paragraph! |e .��� ,j u
meaning not more [ban ,,;,���. ���lll���H ,n
a direct line, exi .,;i Iva nf the width
of road allowances cro ied , ,|K.
measurement.
(5) a homesteadei Intending to
perform his residence duties lo ac
oordanoe with the ;,��� nvt'ng
wilh parents or on farming land own.
ed by himself mutt notlfj the a fent
for the district of such Intenl .������
Six months' notice i��� Brlt|ng l���ut,
bo given to the Comm
minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
in the sal i lii.i ..I \
New Westmin ���'������ . \ i\.
'���
j   WISE.
Baltimore ai   11:86 o'clock    tonight.
It will be held her until Monday morn.   t7a7pVfo7patent.
Mooowan played a much more unself* Ing, when th.. run to th- destination vv
is;, game Kan matSemarlly.   Th,  end  will be resumed deputy of the Minister of the I
I
NOTICE Is a ��� . fjven thai i Intend to spplj .H the nexl sitting ot the
Licensing Board oi the Citj of New
Westminster for a renewal ol lit en a
to .sell Ibiuois bj retail on the premise ��� known us the Co imopolltan Hotel,
situ ne uu Columbia treet, op loslte
C. P, it. 'depot, in the aid City of New
\V,���-tmlnster.
.1. il. It. McOONALD.
New Westminster, Nov. ;:, 1908
Notice i.s herebj! given that    we Intend to appl) .it ih. next sitting of the
Licensing Board for tbe Citj of X
Westminster for a renewal ol lloen
to f< li liquor   bj  retafl Od Ih ��� pri m-
f.'n.i. .,    the    HolbrOOi    Hotel,
Htuate l mi Fronl Btreel
JOHN McNIVEN & D. McDON ''��������� '
Ne ������  \        nln   or, No\.'..'.���
NOTICE is hi Iven thai    I in
tend to ipplj al the nexl slttin ol
lbe Lie, ii in" Bo ird for the Cit; ��1
New Westminster, for a renewal .-'i
II. en ������' to sell spirltous liquors :.-
lair -''ii the premlsi g known as the
Llv. rpool \ruis. : itii',1,.,1 on Columl la
street, in tbe westerly store In thi
oven's Block, in the . aid Cit) of New
Westmlnstei
ALEX. MATHESON.
New Westminster, Nov.  i. inny
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT.   i9M|
WARNING   TO PURCHAbtRS.
Every asslgnmeni ol tii    Igbt ol >|
South  African  Volutei ��� I to >J
land  grant  must,    be   ���.   ���'���'���    '   *\ *
pointmeni of a substll ite and mu     11
in tin* torm provide I Aci
special attention la < ll d to ~
Bection 3 of Set tion "> of tbe Volti
Bounty Act, 1908, which pn
no assignment of thi righi ol a �����:���
unteer bj  the appointment i I ��� -11 *
Btitute Bhall be acci pt* do  reco
by the   Department    of the  in'
which is not executed and dated after
the date  of the warrant for the land
grant Issue.I bj the Mini it.
and Di fence In favor of thi voltn
j, W, GR.DENWAY.
Commissioner of Dom ��  :!
j.;uK
28th  s. j.ieini.L.'*   1908
'���ROFESSIONal.
VV "
Il A NSFO l. D     Bai
Solicitor, etc, Cre
'corntrr     Columbia     and     Mcl<
streets, N��w Westmlnstar B I
A.
WHEALLER,    BARRISTER
llcitor,  etc.,    42   Lorne  S
opposite Court House   New We itmlu*
ster,   I'.'iom/' mi.
W
HITESIDE  &   EDMONDS, Ba f
ters and solicitors, Blackli
Columbia  street,   New    Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H  L, Edmonds
W.    'OHV
notice is hi iy given that i In-
tend to apply at the next sitting ol th..
Licensing Board for the City of New
Westminster tor a renewal of license
to sell liquors by retail on the premises known as the Colonial Hotel, sllu-
at the corner of McKencle and Clarkson streets, lu the said CHy of New
Weatminater,
M. F. INSLEV.
New Westminster, Nov. ,'!. 1303.
NOTICE in hereby given that thirty
days after data we Intend to apply to
F. s Hussey, enpeiintendeni Provincial Police, Victoria, it. c, ror a renewal of the rfquor license held bj us*
for the Bt, Alice Hotel, situate al
Harrison Hoi Springs,
The Harrison ii"t .springs Co., Ltd.,
Qeorge Hartness, .Manager.
Dated Nov.   I,  I mis.
M
AKTIN & McQUART.IE, BAKBIS-
ters, solicitors, etc. "fflcrs, Ne��
Westminster, Trapp Block, corno.
Clarkson and fiorne streets.
tf       ADVERTrSK      �������
��� LN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
To INCREASE  Ton.- BUSINESS.
GBORQfl B. MARTIN, ','"llMI'Mi;   '
.Solicitor, Oulchon block. Colmn
fla and McKenzie streets. ^ ���*�� ww
ntlnster. fl. O,    ^____ _____������-
w. MYERS gray, Borrlster, BoUeli-w
Curtis  block,  Clarkson  street.
Box 189.    Telephon    6<
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THE       DAI'. Y       NEWS
If YOU War. ,i Situation- [EFnry/s
Acliniatlsed Tested Stock.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
1���   THE   FARM   GARDEN,
NSERVATORY.
FOR  T     __
UWN 0B  C'��     ���
. e . reasonable
N-���   borers,   scale   or
inaga stock. No
annoy you.
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price'*1'
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Choi,, lol of fruit trees
thi    mil    trade,
;,, Apple, iii 1. adlng
...   small    fruit
. strictly borne grown and
ottr own propagation from bear-
THE DAILf NEWS.
THREE.
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MAfg
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PAINTS CRUELLY
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PROSPECTUS
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Cherry
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  Bulbs for fall
jjanting.
Choice    grass
to. It.
seeds
(hrin In   stoca.    Buy    dlrecl
,   ��� ..,;, that grows.
"r .    , Bee     Supplies,
gprayi...'; Materials, Cut    Flower;, etc
Catalogue Free.
M.J.HENRY
Greenhouses   and   Seedhouses.
3010  Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
-   South  Van-
Nurseries
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ma,; the. ��� ���   pal business centers of j
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PENITENTIARY   SUPPLIES.
Flour.
Seal. I  tenders, a Idresaed  ' Ins iec*
ora  of Penltentiarii .  Ottawa,"  and
indorsed    "Tendei    for   Flour,"   will
recel.. I   until   Monday,   30th   November, inclusive, I trties d.    .-
ous of contracting foi    :.   supp
do ir   urn;   30th   Nov,      i -.   1909,   tor
the    undermentione i    peniti ol
namely:
Kingston Penltentl
St, Vlncenl de Paul Pi aitentiary,
Dorchester Penitentla
Manitoba P. nltentti
British Columbia Peniti ntlary.
Mberta    Penl   ntiar;       E Imonton
Alta
Form! ol tender nnd Informal li
���., form ol conlract, w111 be turnl   ed
' on application  to thi  wai lei    of the I
i enitentiarles,
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO  W, DAWSON,
Inspect.        :    Pi nit nl i   les,
Ottawa. October 20. 190$.
Unfortunates Compelled to
on Hard Floor--Nig-
ardly Policy Responsible.
22    Startling adm's-1
'"���   '      ruell    and  neglect to    thej
h.   Cook county asy-
...... made yesti rday
efore thi  citizens' com*
'""'' ���    ��� !i cl   is   inquiring  Into    thej
���     eath of a number of into'   institution recently.
ntendent    Willhite    admitted!
'1|;|; ': ' i     veniy-five to l-JO patients
in  -lelicati   health _!eep on  the floorj
'" at ;..   Josepn ischinsky,
1    "��� ������  bodj   was covered with!
���': ���' ri    was one of those compelled:
'    '   ���' on the floor tor lack of beds.;
1'"   sores   on   h -   bodj   were  caused;
''.'���   :t:'   hardn. ss    of    his  slumbering-
a. ���
Supi rint. n enl VV ihlte made no ef* [
���'":1 o , unci.'. the fact that a nig-'
���;i ' olicj   .,i . conomy on the Parl
'I Co     com        enders It Impossible
:.'   Institution    to  provid,     even
treal m< nt   for  manj  of    the!
��� me of th. attendants share
the hardshli    ... the patl. nts,
Piti Lake Brick and Cement Conipany, Ltd
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
��� en authorized    y th.     < mpiany to sell stock of the above Company I hereby submit to Ihe public
particulars*. Capital, $100,000.    One thousand shareE at $100X0 each at par.
rlptlon list is open .  , for $30,000 only, there being applications  already   i     foi   ( 0,  an1
will remain open for ten       s, when it will be closed.    Should the amount      -   over-subscribed   by   the
pu r.   will be [slued to the sub8Qriber his proportion of shares applied for.
Th,   following gentlemen  hav.  interested themselves previously to th,. registration of the company:
E' ���'' Fu:**-r   $20,500.00 ,, Thomas Fre, man	
H, P, Naylor 10,000.00
Dr. lt. E, McKechnie, Vancouver     1,000.00
10   P   '"-hep      1,000.00
Dr. .1   \V. Thompson, Vancouver	
W. II. Keary	
T. S. Hall, M, D	
W. G. Schroeder 	
J. E. Allan    	
Joseph Relchenbacn	
T. S. Annandale 	
Percy  Shadforth
John A. Montgomery
Charles E. Doherty  .
Mrs. F. P. Bishop ...
Eagle	
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Edwin R. Fitzgerald
White & Shiles  	
300.00
500.00
500.00
300.00
500.00
100.0,1
100.00
500.00
dOO.00
THE STAGE
���H. 500.00
         500.00
  500.00
         100.00
         uOO.OO
         500.00
NO APPLICATION  WILL BE RECEIVED AFTER TEN DAYS FROM THF ABOVE  DATE.
The. offices of  the Conipany st.il] be at   th.- Northern  Crown Rank. 24S   Columbia   Street,   N'ew   Westminster, B. C.
Present  Directors of the Company are:
F_. J. FADER.  Lumberman,  President and   Managing  Director.
J. REICHENBACH, Wholesale Meat Merchant. Vice-Prtsident.
J. E. ALLAN, Bank Manager, Secretary-Treasurer.
H.  P.   NAYLOR, Vice-President   Berg Machinery   Manufacturing  Co.
W.  J.  WHITESIDE, Solicitor.
BANKERS���NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
Tne  Solicitors of the Company are Whitaside &.  Edmonds,   New Westminster,  B. C.
Any  ;,. rson   - ibscrlbing $500.00 or over maj become a Director of the   Company  upon  application, subject
' '   be a  ;... ..:! of the Board.
It Is preposed to issue the stoc!   on the instalment plan, 20 percent, upon   application,   and   20   per  cent,
monthly until fully paid.
["be property the Company pro     ���    to tak, over '*������  Known as Timber Berth No. 400, and situated on Pitt
Lake, covering an  area of 214  acres tri    tary   to  New   Westminster   and also two mineral claims situated    in
middle of said  property,  covering an area of about 3000 feet by 1500 feet  wide, and  known  as    the    Silicon
;i,.
The   Lion   and   the   Mouse.
Henrj   H.   Harris Jia.-  employed  his
good  judgm. nt   to it.-  high, bi    legn ���
In  supplying  the ca     o    mists and
etting    I  i  "T i    Lion  an i  th, ,
Mo,is.-"  companj   to   n   se n   it   th**
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The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia  and   Begbe.
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DAILY       NEWS
High c.i- * Moving   PI.   in
Progi mi ' banzi I \I.-.-
bi r -'.   Repoi ts are rif. a* to tie- ��� <������ s
|i ��� a sing qualities ol the , ei torn
..;,.���  ��� bis seas in and   he
il i ��� nev Ing an acq laii i anc,
eate t   dram i . ��  busin.-ss  an l
financial  si If,   bef. re the pu   li
���ir anticipation among th  i
This ;��� the four!
son of   Th,   Lion and the Mous, ," an 11
... ms to be hi Id  ai  a
'.:��� i_rh. of th,    Id. - classics.
Wedne id ���,  an 1 Fi
All our odd lines of mi d
hi. $;, no, j 10.00 SuiU  . .
ced to  Bod   Rock  Price.
* i 2.0(1   $15.00, $lt',,nu Suns
Tli-se are stroug Tweedn
$6.95
$9.95
���v,:' m -N'    1. an.l Silicon Min ral Claim  No. 2, which  when Crown granted entitles the Company to all
the mineral righs therein under tn- Laws  of  the  Provincial Government of British Columbia. The timber berth
all the rights to all  the timb .,��� thereon the said ar,-a mentioned which has abundance- of timber to supply the plant with fuel .md timber for manj   years to come.
-h' Propen is situated adjacen! to the shore ol Pit! Lake which is a d stance of about twenty-eight miles
tron* '''���'��� (V'V "' Nl >* Westmnister, and affords navigation all the year round tor steam boats and river boats
and a gea and has an Ideal harbor where the safd planl wlll be erected to operate un the ground. On this pro-
��� ' ���' ' '���-"���'��� ir* a ��� -'��� deposit of clay of a cement nan.:,- which is very accessible, the bench of clay being over
M" '* "' '!'Lil ���' the level of ihe water, which affords easy access to excavation. The clay ,.ank mentioned
000 feet long by from 300 to 800 feet wide iand affords a natural incline for transportation
from the bank to the plant which will I.,, a distance of aboui only 400 feet irom tlie lake shore. The clay has
heen thoroughlj tested by the Berg Machinerj Manufacturing Company, of Toronto, which was reported on in
I hen to as fo .-.ws by H. P. Naylor.
Lake  Brici   a^ Cement Company,   Limited,  New  Westminster,  B.C.
tlem hereby    beg    leave to report to you that 1 have on the ith day of October, 1908, examined
: ������      op. menl oned in your prospectus on Pitt Lake and have found the  mat, rial on  the   property  to
���:i ��� ���'   thai Sent to us for testing bj  Mr, E.  i. Fader, of New Westminster, which has given the following
���  a, that is to si        Some few months ago samples were sent to our Toronto plant  by Mr. E. J. Fader tor
testi Wi ...  tbat thia clay con ained properties of a verj   unusual nature containing almost
the making of Portland Cement.    We found bj   drying in a rotary kiln and pulverizing and pr. could make     .rick  from it without  burning that was  superior in our opinion  to any
acturtd   n la,  being   ���   feci   In appearance, extremely rigid and of great   flre resistance,   and
non ii     is, such a ���   furnished  the   Piti   Lake   Brick  and Cement  Company and    stamped      B rg
>i;   C tnpany, aamelj  thi   Berg   Machinery Manufacturing Company, Limited, has guar.
1 to thi   Pitt  Lak.   I   Ick .���*  Cem nl  Companj    be manufacture of '.a".*    brick at a cost on the ground not
to exceed $4      per tho    n d . -   ���    exhibit.    The  brick  was te_ted In the Schoolof Practical Science of Toron
i!  the ci ���   t    ���.      1.740 lbs. ;.. ihe square inch. (Signed) II   p, NAYLOR
Vice-President Iter.; Machinerj  Manufacturing Company.
to ihe Are test;
Vancouver, B. C, Jun.   29 I   tal 8.
Th,   following is ;..<_  report ol .i   O'Sulllvan as
K. .1. Fader, Esq., N< w W. st,      i;   ,���
Deai Sir,    I     _��� to i  .�����:*. thai the present   silica brick submitted  bj  you  ;.,.   fire test  was subjecte,   _o a
t.   beai in in.,  wind furnai        . to -i temperature ranging    etween *300 antl   1400 degre.   centigrade  oi   2372
2552 degre.   Fahrenheii for 1%  no,us withoui  disintegration.    The only etfeci oi this .meat heat was to > a i
a slight iiack in the brick .!>.���  mainlj ,,, the escape of steam from the water ol  combination ol  tne plastic ma-
withstand   the   destructive  action
won]
and Worsteds, tailored by the best makers.
Boys' 3-Piece Suits
i in,, hundred Boj b1 Suits
Dollar.    Bring  the  boy   bei
>.-   .lent      Bchool    suns.
hi do so.
sol.l al a reduction of 25 Cents on the
an I     make a bi lection from our Btool
���very  still   will do Its duty.    We guarante.
,,t
P
3IZES   TEN   TO   FIFTEEN   YEARS.
Boys' Russian and Blouse Suits
tu close out our
'i al ii r�� dueilon of 2
ni,. itock of tin s., suits, we
, per cent.
FOUR   TO   EIGHT   YEARS   OLD.
iiin-i  inii , r rj  thi in ovi
hence w,
im
I  all   WOOd
'���''���ii   ..| ,   eholl
for   	
" Sft--' ���!-   ror   '	
8-*T*��ti      foi   	
an   InveBtmenl   that   pays
BOYS' WOOL  SWEATERS
weatert in navy, cardinal and *.>   ��� -
95c
..75c
. .50c
per
imedlalelj.
Boys'  English Woolen  Mosicry
of the lines, K.iLiisti all wool hoilery tor hoys; complete In every ��>*"-*���
���'���'- original price, are now on h pair of ���tooklnp.   Buy u many a, you wish and ONE FOURTH
l"' deducted from your check.
s' ���'�� ral llm
AH
"��� s'ii.s for
liu,, ,
11 '"id lines of bo..**' nil woo]
Boys'  Underwear
underwear, to be cleared our m
Rock  Bottom  Price*.
 50c
...70c
*' ;:' Suit* for
REID & CO.
Th* Clothiers
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Phone 442
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.1. O 'SULLIVAN, F. C. S.
.,   manufactured by the Pitt Laki
lliiil no other pressed  brici.  'i.,.n i
planl   at the earliest   opportunltj
terial of the brick,    tn my opinion a 'mil,linn constructed of this brick
il tire, andean therefore b.   used with perfect  Bafety.       Yours faithfully,
It can readllj b. seen from tbe above report thai the brick int.'tided t,,
Brick it Cement Companj*, Ltd., ,-au lu placed on the market at such a pric.
factured in Canada can compete wiih jt.
it is the intention ol the Company to proceed  with tho erection of th
and place the brick upon the market of British Columbia and other places where a market can be had     Mr   i"
,i   Raderhas agreed ��> sell to the Company the whole of his Interest in the Bald property as above mentioned foi
the sum of $30,000,  payable "as    follows;    $2000 in cash, and $28,06o iu stock   In   the Compan;,.     Vpart     from
thia Mr. E. J. Fader subscribes to the Companj   for $20,1  treasury stock, which  he agrees  to pai   within  two
J -.irs.
Thia proposition, without exception, Is believed by mosi  expert men to be one of the besl   brick pi-opoil
tions   thai   bas been placed upon the local market, considering the facl that the brick In nuestion ii a water-
: brick, which as far as we know, cannoi be found in the whol,   Dominion ,,i  Canada  and has   i I the . u tli
ties of a first class    rick,   as you will note  from  the  above  report by   Mr.il.  p, Naylor, it has a crushing ;,- ���
test of 3740 pounds to th. square Inch, which  it   is doubtful    if any other brick   made   can   equal      .nan from
ilils, ii Is a ban,isi,in., brick and will *.nal,e ,a \e,\   pretty finished building.
Tn,. subscriber can eas.ly  im1,-.-  from the cost of the manufacture guaranteed    bj    ih..    Ber      Vlaehii in
Manufacturing Company, nam.:;. $4.00 per U whai an enormous profit there musi  be made from th<   proposition
considering the fact thai om- local pi-eased brick and Seattle, pressed brick Is placed upon the markel abov. $30.00
.. thousand, places us In a pobILou -.,��������� you will readllj Bee io cul  those prices  in  two, if necessarj     and    then
- the 300 par ceai  on om output, and I Bee no nas,,,, why  tha people ,.i'.\.��   Westminster should  permli   the
outside publi,- -., tak<   up this Btock when ihej have at their door a proposition which cannot    e surpassed    b.
anj  which bave been formed In Brltuh Oolumbla,   I have already formed several companies here that the p��h.
in of N,��  Westminster know, and bav,  made tor foreign capitalists enormous sums    of    monej    which    reallj
should hav,- remained at home.   This |B tha first lime that l have formed a companj in New WestmlMtei andl
asked the present public to subscribe, ami i want you ,��� plainly understand thai I am not doing bo with   thi ob
Jecl  of coaxing you Into the proposition,   I am merely offering it to you a�� a good, solid, bona flde Investment
aad l a,��� giving you the first opportunity to BUbBcrlbe and at the same time knowing that the stock will be
readily subscribed within ihim day** In the East   I therefore consider iho-;.. ui���, i,.,,    fi,���    ��� ...
���-**    wiiu  n.ne  [ne    iiKin.'v    to    inveRt
Bhould noi lose the opportunltj as there is n��t the slightest doubt that this Companj will pay enormous dividends, work commenced on the ground Labi week, and u gang of men is QOV clearing a site for the plant and
oi*.a___g large outs Into the day, no thai visiters may have an opportunity <��r visiting the property and leeins
for themselves at an> time,
The coiujuny aatldpates having the plan.! running within six months from the above iiaie. and yon therefore should not  miss  the bpportiinlty or getting in your application at  an early date.
Samples of the brick and daj may be seen ���t my office at .he Northern Crown Hank. N-w Westmmstof
and any further Information thei any subscriber wishes to know, i shun be pleased to glvs them sueh - tic '
lurs at my office. * '     !"lr' ��U"
Ladles OT gentlemen are Inviie,! to subscribe
i Signed. |
K. ,f. FADER, Promoter,
PITT LAKE BRICK  AND CEMENT   COMPANY,  LIMITED.
To the Directors of the Pitt Lake Brick A  Cement Company,  Limited, New Westminster,  b   c.
Oentleroen,-***] hereby make application for  snares In the above named Compuny of One Hm
dred ($100.00)  Dollars eacb, and request you to allot nie that number of shares;   mid   I  hereby agree  to    tee tit
the same or any similar number that may be allotted to me. and pay for the same as follows-
Twenty per ,.Pnt. on the signing of this application;  and  20  per ent. monthly until paid.    \ml 1 authoril
yon to register me as the holder of the fiiiil shares.
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support to save  the  situation,  but. in
the face of his scrurrlious attacks upon the .Ministers and  Liberal members
Published bv the Daily News Pub-
, j_,,,to,i     ...   thoir   how   ran  .10 have  the audacity  to ex-
lisiKiig   Coiupanv,   Limited,   at   tneir
,    a-ian,    ,nj    s-ianiit   peel   thnt   he   will   have any   influence
offices,  corner of   btxtli   ana   from   ��
n   (. 'in the House?    The Government will
be answering the voice oi the elector-
streets, New Westminster,
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
Bunion
-��__!___: _a
cold and hoarseness 'hat made it nec-
essar> tor him to discontinue his prl-
,.,.,. IU ij ...      and this morning thes,.
.-��� sumed.
audience
wei
MONDAY.  NOV.
1908
THE  FLAG  CONTROVERSY
ate 'by  reconstructing its  whole policy
I with   respect   to this   Province,  in bo
1 far as ii hns t.ie power, and it is use*
!,.... now  to say that  iv,- do not wisli
a change.
There is nol  time before the meet-
, lng   of  the   house   for   the   member-
elect's journal to offset  the  mistakes
jit  has  made almost  continuously for
the lasl  four years, of maligning the
itcr'ng  men   from   whom  we  now   must ask
support tor anything we require. Then
again  tho   business  men whose  help
he would need to gei a hearing at all
in the departments would rather suffer than  gel   anything don,-  by    the
nn.n who branded them as "thugs and
blacklegs''  and n   might   as  well    be
said that If the Government continues
the work on the    Fraser    River    or
policy in
any way. it will be abb- al the wish
and by the exertions of the defeated
candidate, and thai the member by h's
own aci has shut himself entirely|
out.
*M'-I-'H'-M*tH_
We have refrained Irom
the arena lu defence of one flag or the
other up to the present, but tor fear
we might be charged with .a flagrant
omission we are ready to state just
where we stand. We believe the whole
matter Is .1 tempest in a teapot made
use of to diver; attention from mistakes made in other matters of more
vital  Importance to    th"    ratepayers,
which we shall deal with with no un- prosecutes iis expansive
certain sound in a future Issue. At
lirst sight the Minister of Education
appears to be more British than the
Briton, very much like the j*oung parson in Ontario who refused to be present and take part in a tu tetiug of the
Bible Society because it. would I e Improper for an  English Church Clergy-
Funeral Notice
Royal City Lodge No. 3, I.O.O.F.
The mem iera of Royal City Lodg
No. ::. 1.0.0 l'. are i quested to meet
at the Odd Fellows' hall, at i p.m, j
Monday. N'ov. 23rd tor the purpose
of attending the I'm, ral of our late
Bros. Thonia- Allen Sapperton. Members of Amity Lodge, No. 27. and
visiting brethren invited to attend,
By Order
G.  E, GILLEY,  N.G.
C. E, OSBORNE, Rec.-Sec.
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Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR IWORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quotrM
on application.
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Guns and ammunition, footballs.
umbrellas typewriters, fishing tackle
etc., and all kinds of light automai ���
machinerj   repaired.
ALEX. SPECK
".Man on the Wheel.
Xi Columbl.  "
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1
+ 1
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Royal Cafe
1 Late  !__'.,
tte L,
Entirely   n_*iu   m .
'      l**v.W     IV "I ��� ige." ���
Proprietress       mr_-
**,      MP,,     ARCHER
Oyst.
QUICK   8ERV
EXCELLENT CU.3INE
; : "'-'    h.   ,, ���
Gan .- and Eo i
Jackson I Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
j,-,,;,. i     ,.   ower engine.
One stravt cutter.
One top tor express wagon.
Ali,,   i good assortment  of new
3. j second hand goods,
j;       SPECK & CRANDELL
Tl       Speck Block,  Near Tram Office.
���lv Phone 275.
and
Get the Habit ..;������.******* *-H~H~K��-h4^
Bread and Chemicals.
Washington,   .\'<n  mber -"-.
the    Society stats
the     A i Ch
ilian   to  parllclpat, . .. el
was  honored   bj   havin
bishop ..i Canterbury
isident,    Klags,   li
ami on the Ited Ensign Canadians at-
I..-I  thai  they look au,l honor the lla_i
by   attaching thereto    the    Canadian
s Secretary of Agrlcultur,
-Unite 1
Wilson's side of the hearing to determine
as it.- firsi  vice-   tl],. status of bleached  Hour under tin
grow,   Pure Food and Drugs Law was opened
todaj   with   testimony offered  by  the
Government's experl  chemists,  whose
statements generally controverted the
Your
Little Girl
may hav half a dozen do!!- il
.-..ii and sizes likely���bul sh.-
��ants Santa ��� llaus to bring In r
another and j"ou had better attend
to the mat ter h hile our spi ndi I
range of dolls Is al Its besl
CHOICE   MEATS
Meal Hours:
11
in
Breakfast.
Lunch
Dinner
Light   Ref,
Orders ai   .
OPEN   ALL   NICH-
Phone 375
Dominion    Trust    BIock
trance Columbia and Si
i
Coat of Ann-.,   lt is nunc the less the ones ,mll|,, yesterday
Red   Ensign with  t.ie  adornment
lsi s, wh,, gave
has of Canada's escutcheon,   it means hon that, despite
more;  it  says that Canadians are    a
strength   to  the   British   Empire,    lt
means more still, it says thai  ihis land
has by    the   energj    and struggle of
i' madi ins been opeu id   up,    peopled,
and cultivated,  until now it  provides!
an outlet, a   safetj    valve,    tor    the
overcrowded centres of the Old Land,
Loyaltj is high sentiment coming from
the people spontaneously, but it must.
be remembered that while il may Bow
on an l Increase in volume it  is only
sentiment still, aud where it is Bought
to force thai  s, nt im. ut  by autocratic
means, the resentment of thos.. means
may have a. serious influence on lhe
; -.- al sentiiin nt.    A.1 iace- Loi ralne will
n.-\ er    ,   ti ul.   I ;������'. man for th,   i
tl al   the flag of the  Fatherland    wa.*
 I upon them :     ���   Ution to    ' he
.... ...  - ��� Con-
que t of 1S70, the people ('t  tho se provinces had been allowed to i etaln the
rn,'. Incial emblem  n hich  the;   adopt-
: .;��� thc clos, of thc iva    ther,  might
now   be  a  Btrong healthy   loyaltj   to
the   Gei in in   ci   ..      md   In   Itui ions.
ircliiK of thi ���- ilii-
n sa .tid i-    only j
m ikins1  a di ��� ���   ��� ;. . nt   that,
....      an 1 when the S m
i  ui ly to down
elr live    or i hi   ' ii  ui  .lac     when
i. . i    !'���, .-.ii sadlj   needed
:,.- n I ll*ig can ne\       iffer       hav-
��� ��� il of the -      ���' tached ���
The    , ��� Ioi -    the    Can   I -
.. , . led Sout a     Africa, j
igh      aci    .   .   'ed,   noi   v. i h'
but with gloi j. aud  which    are '
���   :   loslted    in the   I' ithedral   at,
...    boul .    ���      :: Id mi  evidence
���   the Red Ensign with the Canadian
of Arms     ereon ��� -1 emb
lem lo ti ach t;..- .-.., mg ('an idian   to
ind honor
Miller' ��� chem-
it as their expert opin-
the existence of nitrous
acid in bleached Hour, it is noi harm-!
ful to health.   The Governmenl cheni-j
ists adhered to the idea fostered    by
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the government's
chief food expert, that food containing]
poisonous  substances  should  be  banished from the market.
Our
Gramophone
Records
AT THE
P. O. Box   171.
Tel
Estimates   Submittid.
Central Meal Market   ..Westminster..
Iron   Works
Corner  Llghtb St.  ana
PHONE    1
H'lrth Avenue
BOWELL &  ODDY.  Froon"o'��
C.   Hambcr
are complete���tin
sided kind���two
sing e price, viz..
y are the doubl,
sei,*, tions at a
Soc .ach.
The Malleable
Sole Agents
Pope   Quite Well   Again.
Rome, November --.���The Popi
Hlmosi   entirely   recovered   from
nas
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FUNERAL   NOTICE.
The funeral of the late Thomas
Allen, of Sapper'.,n, will take place
from bis late residence on Brunetti
si reei. ,,n Monday, the 23rd Inst, al
2 o'clock n m Friends and acquaint,
unce i will pleas,   accept  this u it -
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"Heidqnarters of Santa Claus"
Special for Today ���Peiforated Pie
Plates, two for 15c. For Tomorrow���
������Posnl" Linen Pad: ��� Letter Size���
only 15c each.
" ;..   buy for ca*'.*.    and sell [or tin-
ACCOUNTANT  AND
AUDITOR
Notary  Public
Conveyancer
Room   10,   Brine
Block
New  Westminster
P. 0. Box 795
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
ManufactUrei    1*
Wrought    iron    Gates,   .-e..ces,   Crest
ings,   Balcony  Ra,lings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office  and Works:
lentil Street,   ���    New Westminsti
& CO. IF. CRAKEi1*' ��air Dressing
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
STOVES,      TINWARE,      PLUMBING'
AND   HEATING.
Front Street    Trust Blocl'
.	
Telephone 54. ?.  0.  Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS*   TAILORS
Suits made to  Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnnes3   St-^ets.
English  Watchmaker
Two   door*   from    Geo.   Adam*,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watcnes  from 11275 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watch0*1 opeD
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, dcublo
case, $7.50 up.
AkpM for the celebrated South Ben i
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic  Kxpedltion.     Ml  warranted.
Chains*, Rings, Jew*>irv, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; merges reason-
.hip
Massage   and   Scalp T--.at.nent
Specialty
Corner of   Sixth  and   Ci'umb,,
GET  YOUB
Christmas Curtains
DONE  UP   '-
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and  B'.!:-. ���_��� Stree*.
ennsyivania
lv
lP6Cl&iS
For
3FVENGL
rhe   i
the
:   HUMSUG.
Is    wrong    m    its
',. ������ the
...   Govern-
In   in;   wa    on
ol    b        neral
;  thai   ii
Bhort-
adtnlnisi ral < m    that
l     : ;    ���   -,. ���;
��� .  ���   ivi m*
provinci     li
. lm . . i
Ll      .     " .11 ition   towan
i olumbia lefeated    thi
i.- ���   ���   . .���-.,.. ' '.     have    heli
hold,  thai   tin     " >-     ii
... ��� ill- us
id  thai   thi   LM   ral    Go
.    ;,'   Ottawa    ���        ���        ' Red  In
i  in-,   the  vote of  I he ��� lectors
o etl to its pollc;   of i    ian    ...
., i '  in, , ai  .i  cxpendlttu By    en-'
in     tin    Cm:-"       '.      .   ndldate
,,.'... certainly sa'd we agree with j
ii     cativi   : <> ic; lng Hi,-
i-*  ...    i;���,       i    paw aitr.
ll   i eii-iin:.   in ill   a. i  i <���  Interim ted j
���a.   in aci ci   reveng,  to  give the elec* i
torale Just   v, hai   I  I  b Ii Our ;
representative may stand agalnsl I
��� Ottawa, bul b>.- Influence will have
,    mm b force as an ��� i ici i n  fan �� oui i
���in blew our million dollar bridge
,.   ii   the pii rs,    il.- will  n
en aside the pollc ei ed I I hi
Torj Ministr al Victoria, or Iho
dlctali "i lta ii Me i P. Bab
���,, , [f.l( were noi for the fill b ol
hi - paper bolus bo baa I to the Hous,
ol Commons foi the member's per*
���ii   i   Jn   ini-.'li:  be able to1 ffei   jome
it
Wi
y
pi
^  Prices $3.50 to $5.00 a pair
S3
Absolutely
Waterprotaf
Bouts
ksmith:
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____^gg__*g^i^L3P^i'���^':^ ^^^^^^samim^mi^mimii- mammmmiBm oar -       -���        ���;---,���*.
No more
sore feet
if you
wear
this kind
of Shoe
Made of fine
soft Vici Kid
leather, with
firm, heavy
soles.
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O.  I5--M.    145
'Phone   135,
9*1
1
a*.
Men's $5 ^
Patent |
Leather $J
Boots }M
-x^a g | Special Ings in Xmas Lards!
OFFICE: FIW STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
NEW 15
m*m.mm*>*m+*m**4**.mm*,*��mm.**m,m*+*9<a*'+++***++++*+***>+****9*
a. ;���;������.-::   **��   ���
IS       IT WILL REPAY YOU TO CAREFULLY       ���
EXAMINE THE
a half dozen ?Q
of   the   very IjW
or more styles
of   the   vei
Leather Boot.- fo
i
NOW ON VIEW IN THE REAF?v
OF OUR STORE.
best grade Patent
$5.00 a pair.
Tin sc are made on a narrow, wo
medium and broad toe last, all styles ES
and widths. K*l
8
1
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s
Book and
Stationory Store
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Prices $5.00 to $7.50 a pair
FELT
��� ��� ��������� i it___u_rg.il- ���^������^ I ���_-���_���________-_���
HEATING STOVES
SLIPPERS $|
Men,        Pj:
Women   (v\
and Children ?g
We have the fto
argest as-8WS
iortment of
ek Slippers
ever put in
stock. Prices
iriim 35c lo $1,511
or wi,' i
ippenrance
Ii 3ou wa .��� a heatei for sol ha & c ta
' ':���.:'.ir-I   .'lor;..., . .  I)-.: i ,\  ll.. . I        u , ome  in
i    i ��� ��� ttlcklc trimmings.    \: o ������ of alrtlghl lie il
lx>   niK   forgei   ti   , ill   In   and  lnsp*cl   our Oxford  and
Ranges, the rangei  thai    i.    real genu .,��� Batlafnctlon,
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
Shoe House, ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
���������
liB��_i,.f��nw-**r"r,,B"
11 *Wm\WatWmWmm*WammWamWa*m 'W|B
GOING UP
tM,
all oi ei ! own you n
int,.-* In which our m
, elng used,    i'1"	
trom iii�� and th
Btandlng, wild
day thej i\ ���"
n building
���
an I '
built, i. :- "' u
thai  will i' ;
tti,. attention and fev. i PJ
get our building materin
ar6 the oheapesl In tl
ning as well tu In the end
witn
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd. ,0N3*V'
N0V
THE   DAllJi    -wxi ty o.
,.    -  -  - ���'������---     ���'���  "������-""���"-������������- -    ..   -   , ......^. Q
Stores J. il. SMITH The fall Stores ''
*%��� m+ *+ ^ :������.;.������
���������� ��-*��
"���*��    ������   :������  ';++#++#+
>    **+****���*+'***������������*>������������*m+m+9******99***���***++
���City News;
������*������*������  ������._������.-.������.���-.���4.^���*;*'��0 "������ "������  ������   ������.-������.;':������.:.���.
Goes Merrily On
. centi    -.      ne
actlcallj  his owi *
rh
Ul Ve;    :,���  fori      be;,;.!    Ol       In ...
sale th, id   -.
:;, i   oui . .
Goods al less than cos! of manufacture
$1.25 and $1.50 Suitings for 50c yd.
wide, guaranteed
Panamas,   Ven, nan
m
u     ::
C." clga
is will
o   the late
smi'll nl"
wlll bi
T���fT����r-��f�� MmMM��MM��m��m��t����*lMM��H4
Prices Cut in Two I
Ends of Rolls in Inlaid Linoleum
.in-.
_ox of ' B.| Kyle's, Fron
will make
afti >-ii cenl     *
\i
��� r   i ost; ' J
Edward 0j obtain-
Ing   m��:i ��� ���  en ���       wi
i come up bi -i |ud ������
.Id iifuiip
N   S    .ini to re*
I  : , stai __.
Cit;    .lixture. ��"*
toda    fo
Cut  ll"-
Tidy.
.,   all  kinds
A numb'-   oi  American citizen.
ho had  n under Westmlns !rdaj   for Washing
.   ital  for j ton Btati , tending   to    ipem
.
$1.25
$1.00
line
11
for.
per square yard	
_<       < i       i.
75c
60c
...   50c
Ml
'ST BE
-   .KI'.Fi OUT.
���
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���
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LEE'S
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S SLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER.   B, C.    ���
Opposite  Lorne Street       Phone 73. ���
��� ���������������������������������������������������������<. ���������������������������^���������������������������������������������^��������������
���
to I,
;.
Thanksg    ���
land.
..
In    theii    natlvi
Ha islve     For    sale���Seven    roomed    bouse
""'��� made  by  the  bath   room    pantries,   closets,   wood-
:; ���**  shed;     hor      Btall,  carriage   h ���
wil,
n thi . ,    ��� '
Sl.00 Louisienne Silks for 49c
In ��� i  -..i
:
. -   Jen
u  ���
.1
[fruit   treet      n  full lot.    For further
particulars to owner. 192 Eighth
street. ���'��
���
Davies'
A'Jc
Stupendous Bar-gains in the Staples Dept.
... rds of a Dan        ;.-
	
5jSi   |i ;���   thre   quarter
��� gular. Dalm     lo satin fti
Price.        yard ... ��� 29c
2000 yds. Striped Flannelette for 6c yd.
;,.
rnoou
. ; ...
;   11   - ?e wl 11
\   -,>������.-.. ���   m  ..    wil
- ��� ..;��� ���  ���   r ting
B ��� his evening In
conn, .
, Whii ;      ..i -
Arthu                                  ... over
-, ���       ... oom
1  will < a 1 mdlca
...                                 ��� Monday.    \ :    .           ,-..- given, **
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON  VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
iVIcMenemy & Anderson
Phone 192      Pacific v.-;. Market      Columbia St.
,).m.
U]   li .,.,.,,. - B   '
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Ol
A  '. ��� ���   council  ^����������������������������������������������������������������v>^  ������������������������������������������������������������������������
Is expected ���-  ���
the   - of
-    tbi-   1.
oft tin sh
. in
.     I,    re-Ill,;-    10c
���
be
6c
Women's Cashmere Hose at half price
Reg. 40c values for 25c pair
i ��� ..   'at   w . _
-.-.;      .:    - Lome," un-
.
ning   in
... i    witl      -      r     ftvi
���
��� nnnn
ance. m, *V |p **\_t*W \. W ��� *w
of street    im-
;..,-��� _ '���    ��� ���
S   H.   Fa ������ d     I    Ball n '
ea iron,  a   six   week's
e, where they A,
I in t largej ���
Second  hand  HE A TERS  at a
Snap.
-
cream  soda
Kyle's. Prom
ecentlj   pur-  ���
i has, d by P capitalists     I ivi
; were tra-
plaln se,:���_.
nal ci
**     ��� ���     -,   :
���   trip.
��� Hardman, James &  McClughan ���
Cor. Front and Sixth Sts.
X
25c
II Children's Handkerchiefs for Ic each
,1c
Millinery Notice.   Special
.... ag ol ' oung
���   I     ,
seven i       evi nin��� if Intern        ......
���   ��� n.i ila strei      ���     a   dr iv,
\ .. noon neither j *
���  ., Ioi ��it ii  ��� ',��� v en
; ������ . '��� if rooms
.
.....    ) ���    ���
.    during ���
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,, ran i-
:   ,\ ,\t.
$3,75 WniKiiiy Skirts for $150
tweaty-l
tlon
. -i ���  -* ;    .   . .$1.53
'    ���
....
.
Libera
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T. H. Smith's
Great Trade Sale ;5
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s ���  ., ��� ���   ��� uting i
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One of Our IVIottos: I
Prompt Delivery
������* .  specialize I -     part        ur
.. - ,   ���       iranti
...
Canned  Goods
W    have Jusi
, :;  load
Wl   Ti I
Fruit  a "1 Vei Bi
-    ��� ���     	
. ,     ,i,      i.. .- ��� ii ii-        the
v. i |   ,��� Vlayi i Ki trj   Ud. H, nley,
���:. , i ii. m ol tbe board of work*. Aid.
I     M-   It,   ' ��� ll       '
Re\   11    it' iwn, o             H ��� ached
! in the morning, and Rei   Dr Spi n<   i
i of V;i-'.i-i;i In the evening. Tbe con
���f^l  . ���
: Public Supply Stores GE0.
chairman of tl    lighting; com-1        - today, the ... -n        i    ---  T"^'   ^	
mlttee;   CHy  l  e.       Ian   Bowie,    and . , ��� ,. ; Cohimb.i  Street.       N
__��_.__._._._._._.__.__.__.__,_._._._._._.__,__._..
oi \\ orh    I u ���
,--   noon
ADAMS
Prop.
..ew    West minster,   B.  C        Phone  92.
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���-���*��� ��� ���   ��� ���.������c*r,*o*n o4C*o*c*��c*k:��kx:-k:40*c*��c
\u add rea   on "The   Struggles   of      v,  ���.    , ,,.. lasl Bundaj In
��� A* H. Ci  sse ian year,  Rei    A   Sbibinek s Q40����040*>C*K!*00*C<K.*��C*��C-K)*0   0*O*C**O*^*tK:*KX5*K.-��C.*t_C��.r4n��O
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HOUSE of QUALITY
C*C*Q   |n   #i    [((...      .,lnI|1  of gl    v,,],
 a , h ���;���. h    on   Thur day   even ng
Smoking Jackets
AND	
*     |
j Creamery
BUTTER
' 'v *     ,,.   , i,.'      mi   ill.      -nb- 2
taking  toi 0      *\.*m\ i%T^mm*mTm*****l
,u tii-wm \^r E^aI   1   I
Th      preacher^       VV  1ml   ���   ������
al ,, .i        . '��� ntlon  to tin   facl      ���' %
Saturday ol  Saint #
.,    . ,.  and ���
Dressing Gowns
^��E OUR WINDOW FOR
THE LATE_ST
lu   fourteen  M>
box,
5,1 K
ol    [hi     Holj    Eui harlsl
Jet gene BROWN -^ CO,
^  { IKRSi.* ! HABERDASHERS
il
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fre       nd I    '
Hungarian Flow
1.65 per sack
ind    tl       i hnrch
,   ...,,. ild unit<
��� ��� .-be, foi   thi
KINO BARS RACERS FROM
AUTOMOBILE  SH*;*
If You
Cannot
Call
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^T CARDS
Weslmlr-stcr
Tramsf er Co.
umre 'F'tioni*   18s.      nam  ThOM  I87
Columbia  Street
pTovlsloni
i     money.
���i*
^���T.
BALE at
IlagKa-K"    ilellveri',1    promptly
any part ot tne nlty.
t,
li��AMo'N;rT,oNERv store
fall*.     CIQAR    DIVAN,    F.
far-^;   Df<|JO    STORE    and
1   Cwun-bn  Street.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TMAM  DEPOT.
%e PEOPLES
GROCER
Pr.one 193 and 443.
i       v,\   21!     ib,- London au
iot    ...    month  wlll    c i
Man    had >>. en ���
, q| they  I With   4
;        tnat      mem
from King Edward thu    i
.   visit the show  tt   ai     I
..,, ,,, . Wl re exhlblti I *
Thi who has become an   i      *,
mi obHlst, ,1".    nol  111 '' '2
autoi racing and condemns    " Q
I whenever opportunity often  Tho kin* o
��� hin'.- "bile racing bughl to ,
i  nml i.'iei;.;,    can    driven
! from the public roads,
MY MAIL INSURANCE IS INCREASING RAPIDLY. AS MY
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT FIND THAT INSUR
ANCE  CAN   BE PLACED WITHOUT TROUBLE  BY   MAIL.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVES PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY ATTENTION. WHETHER IT IS AN ENQUIRY FOR
RATES OR AN ORDER TO PLACE INSURANCE. IF YOU
CANNOT CALL. WRITF. WHAT YOU WANT. AND I WILL
GUARANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY RATES ARE THE LOWEST. AND THE OFFICES I REPRESENT   ARE   ALL   OF  RELIABLE   CANADIAN   COMPANIES.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
Melville   Harbottle Dying.
)���;,In.iiniiin,   Alta..   Nov. UU.     Melville
8, Harbottle, lute Inspector ot   Inland
revenue,  wbo  was  Bent   to  prisnu I'"'': L^0*tKD*��0*O*0*0O<K>*��O*>O'a>0*O
defalcation of government  fund*   to
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
o
tn,. amount or |7000, i_ lying at   the - .
point of dentil in    the   penltentlar)
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Prices
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Our entire stock of high grade Clothing, Gents' Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes
MUST  BE  SOLD,   Regardless  of Cost or Value!
Every article in the store must be disposed of.
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Sale Now In
Full Swi
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Men's Suits and
Overcoats
Reg. $15 and $16.50
Forced Price $7.50
Men's Wool
Sweaters
Reg. $1.50 and $2
Forced Price  75c
Men's Fine
Patent Shoes
Colt, Goodyear welt. Reg.
$6.50.   Forced Price.. $3.75
Men's strong
Working Shirts
Regular $1.00 and $1.25
Forced price 65c
150 pair Men's
Heavy Tweed Pants
Reg. $1.75
Forced Price  05c
150 pair All-wool
Blankets
Reg. $4.50
Forced Price $2.25
Look for the Blue Sign.        Store open evenings.
vv estminster Clothing  Co.
P. O. Box  205 Telephone  364
DAVE GROSSMAN, Prop.
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Sales
We
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PRICES
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Wool Sox
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Forced price 4 for A
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LABOR CONVENTION     Japanese poaeheks
ELECTS ITS OfflQS     A�����^��
Samuel Gompers Is .A.gain
Named As President -
Tr ades Congress Delegates
Scnte-nce    Equivalent   to   One   of    Ten
Months  in Ja,|  as Seal   Rookery
Raiders   Have  No Funds.
B.   C
_.���Thi    convention
���'��� li ration of Labor
th,   following  offi*
of
Compere
mil h I lune tn
Di nvi   .  No\.
��� ��� the   Vn ���-... an
I      . . ��� ���.
���
Presi . Samui
.. _-..ii   D.C,
i-'.   SI   .;,-������,.;.
ol Qulncy, Mass
Second  vice*    ��� Hitch
ell, ol Spring Valley, 111.
f V ishington, D. _'.
Fo irth  _ ici . Max    )j
, : Denver, Cok.
vio-presldent
,-i       delpl
. i, ������ , resident
, o| Indiana] olli.
Si   ���   *       . ce-presldenl
V   en   ..    .,; Cincinnati,
Eight    vii ��� presi lenl    i- ,lm    It. Al-
' to ton,
Fran : nal  d. I, gatcJ.
To to the i.iiiisii Trades Congress-
John P. Frej. . dltor ol The Moulders'
lournal,   ami  B,   \   Larger,   ,,i    the
United Garment Workers ,,i America,
To Canadian Trades Congress���Jer-
"in. Jones, ,,i tii,.. Georgia Federation
,,i Laboi and editor of the Journal of
1.n hor.
I).   A.   H.i>���-���_.
���William
O   .  Jill     1
11.
LACROSSE  GETS  FOOTING
AT OREGON  UNIVERSITY
Valdez, Alaska, Nov, 22. Judge
Siiis Reed sentenced yesterday the
Japanese poachers caught In the St.
Paul Islands while raiding Beal rookeries, to paj lines of (600 each, This
sentence is equivalent to one of ten
months In jail, as the Japanest
without iniids.
The United states marshal i,-. allowed one dollar per day tor 1'i'iMlinK
each prisoner and as he iIih-s Ii at a
cosi ,,!' twenty-five cents and there are
Iftj nine prisoners, is due tor a prettj
......I   lliin;;  ,,!'  it.
Judge Reed also todaj sentenced
George Pestriakoff to life In McNeils'
islan | penitentiary for killing Peter
Skavorzoff, for the sake of lhe latter's
half breed wife, who urged him to ih<-
killing. The woman was found to be
Insane and is now confined in an
asj lum
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKF.T AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Hight Trains Ev**ry Dav in the Ye*i
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OK FAME
TENDERS
Sealed tenders  ad a re -   I
undersigned,  and  endorsed
for  Public   Building,   Vernoi
will  bu received at this   office    until
i:'M p.m. oa Friday,    November    20,
lDOis, tor the construction of a public
building at Vernon.
Plan . and specifications can be Been
and forms of tender ,, m ned at this
Department, and on application to the
Postmaster at Vernon.
Persons tendering are notified that
Mail Service
Following are the hours of di patch
aud arrival of mails at the New West-
to the minster post office, the ho.ir given In
rendei each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the .actual despatch. All malls,
in less otherwise stated, are despatch.
el and received daily except. Sunday.
The ouly mails dispatched and received Sunday are the C. P. R. south
aud C. P. K. east mail*, not Including
the way mails, Sapperton, Fra ��� i
Mills and Coquitlam.
Ma.,s  Despatched.
6:00 a. u_. (closed at eleven o'clock
v;a
tenders will  not be considered unless
made  on   the   printed   form   supplied,   the   previous   night)-Vancou .,���,
Eire  and signed  with their    actual    signa- ; i;, \,  n, "Owl."
! tures. 7::;n  ;, ���,���Vancouvei-    and   (except
Kuril   tender  must   be accompanied   Tuesday)  Victoria,  via  I!. C.   Electric
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 per
cent.) of the amounl of the tender,
which will be forfeited If tho person
tendering decline to enter Into a eontracl when called upon to do SO, or
if lie fail to complete the work contracted for. if the tender be not accepted the cheque wil] be returned.
The Department does nol bind Itself
in accept tli" lowest or any tender.
Ity order,
\'\I'   TESSIER,
Secretary,
Departmenl of Public Works, Ottawa,
Oct, 20, mos
Ni wspaperi will nol ,��� paid for this
advertisement If thej In ten It with
out authority  from the D^nftrfment
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Limited    leavi
Ex pre
leiiw
dally
daily
ai
at
Imperial
Eugene, Ore., Nov. 22.���Immediately j THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.|8������*������*��� *ftm-
Atlantlc
���io p.m.
Whethet
a game having be, n scheduled I b^ii'lianUy " &lmted*%d_|neb^S��|bUBin*M alwaya '">  your "tickets via
!       !"   '      ���'"      "'    '������<',world.    The equipment eoniiiti of *^e c' p* R- ��* >ou are   ceTtaln   of
after the Thanksgiving  vacation,  uc-! Embodies the newest   and best ideas'
live  work  will begin In the develop-1for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE. |
Vi r.slU
anion
j   " T"  *       "1���TM**,,��      ���������*_���_���_�����_>      w* I 	
winter between the baseball and tract. I private   -.omparttnfnt   cam,   standard j -speed, Bafet)  and comfort
nnn, a f,w   days  before Christmas
This winter is th.   flrsl time lacrOBBi
ifi section  sleeper.., luxurious dining i Tickets Issued ti , , .���,������.
ear. reclining chair cars (Vats free), " ''" p0 "
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all t'.
S. poinis east and south, and points
between Ntiw Westminster und Huntingdon, li.t:., via C. P. H. south; also
('. P. R. east, Sapperton, and Fraser
Mills.
8:30 a ra Blaine and Seattle, including all U, S. pi lints east, and Bouth;
also all points between N',w Westminster  and   Blaine,   via  <_.  X.   H.
Note. Cloverdale and distrlcl (Clo-
ver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hazelmere, Port Kells, Hairs Prairie and
Nicomekl despatched dally excepi Sun
day; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tyililiead
and Hon Accord, Wednesday aud Saturday. Tlese malls are all received
same days as despatched.
11:00 ii in.- Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B, ('. Electric railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
herland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Huraal.y, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, by oourler.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Oulohon,
Westham 1 land and Sunbury, daily
except .Sunday; Woodward. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via steamer
Fuvourlte, Capt. .1. C. Druce. (Steveston mail despatched and received via
Vancouver.)
2:110 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via O,  N. It. north.
2:30 p.m C. P. it. ��� asl s ��� ��� erton,
Fnaser Mills and Coquitlam,
Note    The two 7:30 a m. C.  P. R
mails, south  and  east,  take mail toi
all  polnl      :.om    .\e.,     Westmin   ��� .
east   i lm ludlng   Langlej   an I  dlsti let
via Porl  Ilan. y.j    The 2:30 \< m. cl'
K.   despatch   omits   all  Lower  Frasei
idiots easi  ol  Coquitlam excepi   Pitt
Mevadows, Port Haney, Port Hammond,
Webster's     Cornei b,    Mission     Citj
Agassiz and  Han Ison    11"!    Spi n -
.Mails for I'm i Moody and B rn<
both \ia Vancouvei and C. P. R. mal
Mads   Keccved.
G:l.r.  a.iu.    Ill,line ami    See tie.    in
. biding all   U. S. )���,ints,  via G,  N.  R.
Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m. - St raw bei i j Hill,
rimberland and South Westminster,
by i,inner (Tuesdaj and Friday),
i.:_!'i a.in Vancouver tind Vlctoslu,
via li. ('.  Electric railway.
9:30 a.m.    Vane, uver,  via <l.  N. R
10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Ladner, Porl
(lulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursdaj and Saturday) \\',���iil-
ward, via Bteamer Favourite. (Steveston despatched nnd received via Van
couver.)
12:30   to   i   p.m.   C.   P.'  it.   ea
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and    Coqull
lam.
l: 00 p in Vancouver, < lenl ra] Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.   East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m,  -Burqultlam, bj  courier.
3:30 p.m, Blaine and Seattle, Including all r. s. points; also all points
between Blaine and NewWestminster,
via (!. N. R, i S. e note above as 10
days on which these mails are despatched and  received.)
4:46 p.m Vancouver via Q. N. R.
"Flyer."
6.00���Vancouver via  B. C.  Electric
ral I way.
9.00 p.m.���Victoria \la Vancouver.
7:00 p.m.- Sumas and Seattle. Including all 0, S. points and points between Huntingdon and New Westmin-
ster, via ('. P. R, south; also Fraser
Mills.
i :00 p.m.���c, P. r. east
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODtsE.
The regular n,"
are held lnb:
bla   street, every   M'�� '������
at ���> o'clock.
A. O.  U. W.��� FRASr..t LOCGE
--Meetinj-'s the
day    In     each I
brethren cord
Lodge room, A. ''   ' - '''*   '���
fell-jws'  block, Clarkson - ���'
COURT  BRUNETTL. N(
���Meets the  Fo
month  at 8 i
ball, Oddfellow
FRATERNAL   ORbER   OF   E*'-,J
Aerie No. 20   Meets evi
evening Bl  *-  ;    t ���    '��� !he '
i,-, i.    Columl   ���
W. Prei ;  H. Schoflt i, S<
THE   ROYAL   TEMHLARS 0*
PERANCE meel every W<
Bt b o'clock p. m.i iu **������'
hail, Columbia   tr< el
SONai  OF  &COTLAND BENEf
SOCIATION, LORD OF THt
CAMP, 191.���Meets OD the ���"
Tblrd  Tuesday  ol ���   '
K  ,.( P. hall.   Chiel V\. s��
has ever been pkyed here.   The track [n0-1'"1  ��l"y coshes and buffet, li-
, . ., , ,       ' brary and  smoking cars.
aspirants have been practicing plnce ���
ib,   Brsl   pari <d   November.    The ob- ]     For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or  any
j.ct of the Introduction is to develop| h'thtr information call on or write
ivacii men, and not to put the Cana- P. W. PARKER,
������'���'"' ��Vor\ on a:, ,:. 11 collegiate ba�� i Uii Second Avenue. Se-tMle. w��sh      -Ars'- Qenl. P
4:00*���Vancouver and nurnaby lake,
I<or further partleulari ana reservn-1 via R C. Electric railway.    Saturday
t'ons apply ���  .    .        . , .,,
'' | an extra mall  Ih despatched  to    Vie
ED, OOULET,      torla via Vancouver at this hour,
A<*"-nt, N(,w Westminster. I     Biffins and Seattle, including al!  I'.
S. points east and south, via <1. N, R,
*Rt.   Vfmoouvi.r,       Flyer."
OPERA  HOUSE BOOKINGS.
'a**-*.
Nov. 26���The New Dominion.
Doc. 2.���The Lion and the Mouse.
Dee.   3.���Little  Johnny   Jones.
ivec. 8,���The Devil,
Dee. 9.���Arizona,
I>c. 10.-The Texas Co
Dec.  Ifi.--Why  Olrls  Leave Home.
Dee   21.���50 Mibs From Boston,
Dec. 24.- Babes  in Toyland,
,   O.   O.  F.���Rcyal   C ty   LOOS'     '
Meeta   In  Oddft
nu, ... Street, ��� verj I "*
at 8 o'clock.    Visiting """ ,;
be    madi    welcome,   a. ���
N. O.; C. E. Osborne, P '���
ing secretary.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LOMI
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, t
Reii Hose Degree meets ��"'
Fourth Wednesday of '���"'; w,1
in K. cf P. Hall. fWraWi . |
8 p. m., white Rese U'"a'" ' J
Wednesday   in   eacS o
time and place.
OTHER    FRATERNAL   BOClS
include the Union l/"'''1'
F. and A.M.; King BotomM W
No. 17, A. F. and A. M-.   -    f
No. 1160; L. O. L., No- M*'
Sapperton, No. 4t^;i. '��� ��*
, V���   Court 'Westminster,  n��^
Brotherhood of Qff's. Ne��     J
BOARD  OF tSaBT5^3|
,ter Board of Trade   meets   1
Board Boom, City JAJ ��J|
Third    Thursday   Of   eaca      ^
Quarterly   meetings   on   in
Thursday   of   February,
August and   November, a       IJ
Annual    meetings    on    tw
Thursday    of    Fel-ntar
memberB    may    he    proi^^
pleated r1 any ttirmthlv "r
roee(lng.    A. E. White. 9��
_____!'���_ MON
oV*N0V
2'    1308.
TUE DAILY HEWS
PAGE SEVEN.
Perhaps the Most
Important Item
��l   the daj   Is
the
-. .
. '..���    1 pillll!   I      |
'
'
��������� r pound
.vith    our
Sunli
TREE GROWING IS
IMPORTANT INDUSTRY
iap  contains  nothing       |   will harm  the
daintiest fabrics nor ro the skin.
Sold by all dealers at
Five Cents a Bar
(Continued  Iron  r ��� -
watch the growing operations ol    the
future  orchards tlah  Colun    i
visitors  to  thi
...       welcome and   useful  I It
..i   gat tiered  by nev
lng   the ,'Kff������!���<��� ies  befon
; ige
Raising  Peach T-ees
. -.... <���     -
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.
,..:_.---en
.
-  .        ;..;.;   . ...
.
recelv
rom    their
and, oi
.:.
:.���   .'-bid  to gi.
fruit
consignment of iwo ions of peach pits, Browers. or other,. thi
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ADAMS & DEANS
phone 97 GROCERS Columbia St.
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' FRESH TODAY: f
I owne/s (Chocolates
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iLOT 7,  Block 36
the corner of Royal avenui  and ei   Splen-
,.;i ehouse oi  factory si   i; B i    I and C. P. R
run past this p.operty.    Pric,   $3000. Reasonable
-     THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
and the se
treatment it : stor-
I':.  :.
���  about a million a ' a.11   -ei -
which will be read hi]    to   cus-
,. Thi  pi ocess ol
lng peacl      ��� om ���- ���       _    a
s operal - n and - *eal    cari    is
needed, but when successfully
through it obviates necessity  of
foreign -.--.!... -    .nd th<
....      thri. . .better and
.   ���     rnon     sal Is tact resti I      to
fruit grow, iv   than    I      he  lm ��� Tted
varieties.
Visitors We'cDf-e.
As  it  is    an   interesting   stud
-
I in 14 pound  to  2 pound Boxes jjjj Dominion TrUSt Co.
.**   See Our Window   ,\ tQ
!
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
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T. R  PEARSON   Mgr.
g New  Westminster,   B. C.
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I for Sale ���:��� To Rent ���:- tte.
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Easter-brook  Milling   Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
Suxtk  ���
���      .. XMAS   GOODS .. *
��� '���'���     are now prepared to show you th     irges
��� e. exhibited in ihe city. We have '������ the tlcle you hai ��
4 decided on for that Xmas present. If yo purchasi lm* *y
z medial  '    we  will  put nny article toone side for you. f
��� Remember that by making your chol . 11 range ���
4 o' g 1-  to select from. #
WANTED     To
band   In,
100 eggs),   Musi     i -
.ier  and   cheap   for   i tsh    . ;
Mrs. Si rnabj   bake.
F**y f~ "^a.     "ff"    ""T"      *W "^ S     ���   of     1-       select from. *
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Imperial	
Hungarian Jewel
Terminal	
$7.00 per bri.
$6.50   "     "
35.50   "     "
McQUARRIE & CO. S
|       FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
g    -���������-.- .     -��� Ut/.   WcJt-riir.ster. Telephone 333.
Ij It's Just About a
CHRISTMAS
to
warn -__ia-.
i    ,| - -
.f>ilLii*ji
mm
s, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
MamitactttttU  "'"' Deaiert in All Kinds bl
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingfes,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lufrtt*^ Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy GIa��*.
FARMERSIOTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
purchasers of stock or not.
tf, as it was sta .-
few days ago, tl ���        igton
- ands   sevi u:-- at Is    11
numerical outpul of  trees   but oo
np to second place in production    of
fruit with the othei Btatea In Ame
:h,- tin : ui; growing in British
Columbia looks rosy indeed, for this
province is if anything, more favor,-.1
as -.^anis soil and climatic conditions than is th, state of Washington.
A. ; is, British Columbia fruii gro��
ers hold the wi rld's record in sold
lality ol fruit
h Columb . ... the
;  prices In the English mai
First Year's Work.
��� a   it  is    con^ lered    I hal    tl .
Vail, -j     N was     .:.
i.ed about   i he .--hov. -
ir the Brsi I he
has  ������ ��� ' -��� pond a      _
tions;  it Is ,' company and
and    ex-
I.eri. nee.     Th, insists   of
��� : l 30il, hea*. 5
day subsoil, and Is situated on
 the  Hasting.- one and    a
W.-VNTED- Gentleman      board,-:     or half miles from I tmlnster citj
roomer.  Applj   2nd li   isi .limits, and o ������       a le trom the
.treet towards 5tl ��� Bdmon Is  b ai 1 B,  C   E. R.
    -Ahich connects with line at
���a-N'TED.���To exchang improved cuff's cannon, and from which city
1 from ���:.������ 10 1 vei . - on transfers are avail-able. Thf land
line Coi      wn  ...        *     Address  slopes    down     to    the     waters    of
Burnhy lak. an I has, for the
main part, good nal ral drainage.
B lng virgin soil tht Is absolute
freedom from disease ol anj kind, and
��� thing is kept, and all work done
in the most up ro dat, manner so as
to prevent disease from at any time
or by any chai ng hold ot the
young stock.
Ther, an twenty-five acres under
cultivation al the presenl time and
thirty more  are ir, process  of    being
 cleared, so that, by the ,-pring   11    is
TO  RENT���Seven  ro .     bh     fully      anticipated      that      fifty-five
house with one a- Th--nursery rep.
M. (*.. Cl        ���       P.  O
FOUND���Ch Id
this office.
��� 11
LOST���Boom  of  shingle    bolts.    Re
port to .1. W. Davis & Son. City.
HOME tn .Him
block.    Advici   ft ���*���
Collis
LOST���Por lon oi m al    ���   6   consist-
'ing of head and tails.   Fin I 1
return to 1 tail]   News   ofl ce
i 4.
forty i... k< ns;
avenui  and Elevi nth
'     \N"l'i-:l.   W<  a by  the
s Mrs. M   Bra I
das
P. 0
a
I
phone 12.
New Westminster
f**^K+O0����e+C��C��O*>0  0*K5*C^O^-K^*00-K_^*0*C-��0*0  +
.\ *__,-_._. ~��.   --.   _n_��t��l*   Arrnnnt ���  *l*
Advantages of  a  Bank Account
paj bills promptly, bul not to pay the same bill twice
keepers, by mistake nd oui bills after the., have
on pay b> cheque, however, the cancelled check* are
and can be produced   1       '"' ,ts*
-nints an-   therefor... more than a convenience.   They
,      against  over payment    Everj   man or woman who
' 1  do .***> with checks
P (DAY by opening an accoun
8 1
Si!
How about looking at one of
01R
Smoking Jackets
OR A
Lounge Robe?
We have the goods you want.
Just  the  thing  for   a nice
present.
All sizes. All prices.
PHILLIPS,
THE W, \RDROBE
CLOTx'.V���
209--211   Columbia  Straet
���'.: GIRL  WANTEl
��� ���      -
$20;    Queens i resents  an  investmei . onie   t'.';
��� ;. .      is the 1
.: .   ..
wil
th *    .'.  without  loss  ol
. a so ond oons      itict
anageme.
  18 *    t.
TO   RENT   Fu ... rooms    I om       ,k   ;lnJ tni,  - .,,.  may  ��� t.   .
$1.50 per week  up     - ��� am       1    '��� ness in )h, . ,
���     odern coi ��� Capitalizst.or, and Officers.
plj  the Vendome, or to Mrs. Arch-      Thi. v*..asoi. Vallev Nur ..,..., U;ru,..
,:, Koj.il Cafe  if.vm,-i*iy  l..->'.,. ,,,  is f|.i;:.iL,  :lM    hw
ALL kinds    of    skins    tanned    and ''"'���  ��'* bO-^cl ot dii rotors and offic rs
dressed.   D. Cameron,    124 Twelfth ,h-*? following well known gentlemen:
street, P. O. Box 732.
J. J. Jenes. president;  C. F. Spi-oU.,
_   \ ice-president; F. J, Hart. I.. Claud E.
TO RENT���Suite furnished rooms ��� Hill; q( gyerj cHytoa, P, W, Cran'i*,-.
suitable tor (itGl housekeeping A.T--A.haw. J, H. Cni'tU, foreman of the
ply to Alex. Speck.
' W._N'T 1CD���Pupils for violin and mandolin; 1008 moderate. Address
Box 4**.T. City.
WANTED Nurs,ng, or daily work by
Knglish woman.    Apply Box 937.
TO LET���Furnished bedroom Apply
4i>9 Dickenson Btreet, th,* Crescent,
WANTEDGood plain sowing neatlj
done. Apply Mrs. J, Simpson, Ash
street, P. O. Box 937.
FUR RENT- Furnished housekeeping
rooms; close In; beautiful view;
furniture for sale. Enquire room 7,
Burr block.
V E S T M INST K K l-_aMPLOY.MENT
AGENCY���Under new management.
26"j Columbia Street, Phone 3t.fi, P.O
l)0x 807, Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street wont. Phone A 27 .0. Vancouver, B. C.
, nurseries, and V   E. Jones, secretary-
��� treasurer.
P.  W. Crankshaw  is a  well  known
J fruit grower of Sardis. he having some
1 fifty acres all in orchard in the CWlli-
\\ ;u k valley.
C. F. Sprott. 1.. Claud E. Hill and ti.
1 }** Chyton are all of Burnaby, where
thej    tive   extensive    orchard     pto-
,.  ���    and .ti*.* practical fruit growers.
,. .  attending  to    the    regular
busin, as .,1     n ��������� :   g . oung  -   '<-k and
supi lli : ion of
.   .   in; any to Lftl
ire reso *    oth tor - immer an l
winter.    Thej  content 1 ulldlng -i
. 1 ling  . ier oui '        ind lo
���  . ' oal h n  T ji >
1      water
ft Int te, nan,' l ���> ��� launch
ailing   boa ���   * lng Bklff
[Thi  operation! ,.n ths Prater v ��� Itej
Nursery eoinpony will tberetof.   be
beneficial In many ways to Bnrnftiiy
district nnd tn the 1 Ity of Nei�� V.
minster.
5 .;..j..H��I-'J**I"Fv^ ���I"lllI"I"I"t"I"l"l"I"l|lI"M"M"l"I"l- -W-^H^HHhf-v
l| D/V. LEWTHWAITE
I
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
j��:"ai.ese Employment Agency: Pfl
Bandits Wiped Out
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CABINET MAKER.
\ ears With .1. A. Lee.)
lot
pari of the north..,       poi tlon Ol
stibiirbin blink 3, in the   Citj
��*����3*C4
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XihilS   JlIM    opened^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
*��^A-*_*rw^'wwisoSO��0*>6    ..���!.. Mission furniture   1    \"'-\    \. in ,-e.,s pro.M' ���[ tm.. los'a of ccrtl-
��0WO��o��owWKl4'J 0*^0*>0*��0*0400^>����oeo��u^   ^y^. (),rk.(, imi, .,toro turnltuW; all jflfate of title number 8240 A,  Issued
CONTRA CTORS
antf   TRANSLATORS
i-Im.    .Siiv.-in' . r 22���A
ha  been   received    here    fn m    the
!'<>���,���������]nor ��/f  Indto-Chlfta,  EAying that
Mew Wei m nster, B* C. Branch.
and    solicits    your j of  New  Westminster, B,  C.
hi
,ntt
���Sank of Monitreal
KSTAHLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL.  114,400,000.00
REbERVE    ...   ...   ���        111,000.000.00
���nji tbroughouK Canada and Newfoundland, and   lu   Umdon,   Klf'u^'
rAA   fork, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City,    a   ,
A: Banking Business Transact-jd. . th0
'���**" Credit lasaM   available wl U. correepon.lentii In all  narti
World.
' ;,,.,,is of furniture repairs.
First Class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 'Jt; Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
p. O. Box 304.        Houne Phone B 23.
foil
E-Cr.k Department.
.,11(1,1
haw
Deposits received In sums
of ji and upwards,
"-erest alloweil at 3 per cent, per tnnum
,tne�� a yMr
,?*- over $ir,8,00a).(XH).00.
wi*^ .FB8TMINSTBB BRANC H.
(present rate> added
(i. O.  BBTMNBK. M��W����'
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
1 Ellard block. New Westminster, B C
In the names of Small .lane Plngliam,
Man Montrose, Sarah Tienny. hns
been Bled in thin office
Notice is herebj given that 1 shall,
at the expiration 01 one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
In a daily newspaper' publi.'hed in the
City of   N'ew   WeStmfnSted,    Issue    a
duplicate of the ��ald certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. 9. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, b. c, Oct. uetiv, mo...
r,Ya*t�� ar.-) Fh,""'�� H^'P Promptly     the  author ���> |   have    suceeeded    in
lrorrtv'hed. funning do*�� 1  tiie  bandits whi ��� un.*
COLUNTOlA   and   Mc^EE-i-EY   8f<f.��jtime ago   waylaid  and    murdered    a
j French official named Utibtirry.   They
NEW   WBSTWtWBTER,   B.   C.
fhone  431'
P. O. Bo<  885.
i'ff'er,-(i   :i  most   desperate   resistance,
, ar> i all   eight  ol  thedl  d! d   fl 'b.iti...
Oiie French ruin  was billed.
J. HENLEY
Mainiractur.ir  of
Mineral Waters; Etc.
Apratpd Wate--?.
Family trad�� a  noi-eialty.
r��l. 113.      I
ttdCthquake*, in  Mexico.
City Of .Vle-��lco, Nov. 22.--According
��� , T'lMirt.". received at the meteorological bureau yesterday, the entire
central portion of the republic felt an
eanhquaki. shock Friday afternoon.
No damage was done.    Reports from
Office   light strse*::1 el<?veh town9 ,ndlcate the quake last-
^^^H^^^^fl four  t ���
NEW   A'ESTMIN&TER.   B.   C. vel^lntf'Until tommies.
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New Westminster Gas Comply
Notice lo Consumers
COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
All pas used will be ciarged for at
ihe following rates;
��� ,.,- ���!-. d for lighting   $2-5�� i
c�����s used tor heating and cooking $2.00
Gas used for power  $1.50 j
Cash discounts will be allowed    oft
abov.   prices on all bills paid al    the
offlc,   of  the  Cunningham  Hardware,
Company on or before the 10th of the
current month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November 12th, 1908.
DECEMBER   7th,   1908
UNDER PATRONAGE OV   SCHOOL
TRUSTEES.
The Royal City High School
Present.-- the famous
Schubert Symphony Club
and Lady Quartette
Most of the numbers were written
or arranged especially for the Schubert s.
YOU Cannot Afford to Miss
This Great Musical Treat
Artistes include THOMAS VALENTINE PURCELL, celebrated American violinist, ami that charmingmono-
logist ANNA PEARL WEATHERING.
TON.
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
VOTERS ARE MED ID
HELP TEMPERANCE PARTI
Miss Murcutt Took Occasion of Week
|y   Lecture  to  Urge   Both   Sexes
to  Help Temperance.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
One   Night  Only
���AT THK���
Westminster Opera House
Gold medals, university and departmental certificates will be presented
to students successful in the July
examinations.
Phone 379.
P. O.  Box 249
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
HOTEL RUSSELL
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
Special   attention   paid  to       Banquets,
Private   Suppers  and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and   Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
Ceinrally   located.
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators^
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
.Miss Mu i  again    a    gi-i ai
gathering ���'' ''���'������ " "���' house when
she spoke lasl evening on the Tui
and the band Ol the Koran, g, ���;... ���
her address R< v Dr. Spencer, 0f Vii
torla, opened with a brief referene<
to local option, extending au invitation to the audience to attend the co
vention on Wednesday at Vancouver.
He likened the drink traffic in the
province to a stone which must be removed before any progress could be
made. About twenty option leagues
had been founded in the province *l!
British Columbia. He believed that
the demonstration on Wednesdai
evening would be the greatest of its
1 kind ever known  in that province
In opening Miss  Murcutt  intimated
that lectin-,   evenings  would alternate
[ with open platform meetings, ,and   on
1 an early occasion she would deal with
"A  White Canada    vs.    the    Oriental
| Problem.'    The    lecture    deals    with
i both European   and    Asiatic Turkey,
bm naturally the wilder tribes of thej
I Asia  .Minor  and   Syria  districts came
|in Cor most attention,    Pictures of the
Kinds  and   the   objects  ol  their  oppression, the Armenians, were thrown
upon the screen, and tales were    told]
Of  the  horrible  tortures  and  cruelties
practiced by the Kurds    on the    defenceless    Christians,    especially    the
' women   and    children.     Tlie     rescue
i work of the missionaries among    the!
orphan children  was  treated of. and
then the lecturer concluded by dealing
, with the caravans of   pilgrims   bound
- for the secred cities of Jiahomedan-
Ism,  Mi eea  and  Medina.
.v. the conclusion of her lecture she
asked her audience if  tbey would like
: their children so dealt  with as were
! the Armenian children.    Yet they were
| permitting the children of thai town
to  grow   up   with    thus,,    temptations
e, which had often assassin.it-1
thei    parents.    There were, she    was
! told.  000  women   voters  In  the  city,
and they  would  soon   be called  upon
-.1, vote at a municipal election.    She
hoped those women  would make    the
1 best   use  of  their   votes.    Let    them
vote   for  men   with   true   temperance
aciples, not be guided i,\ personall-
: ies   of  candidates,   ��� -   bj   : i ������ ndship.
She also hoped the male voters would
take notice of this and help the temperance cause.
Miss Murcutl crit icized i.. ��� adver
tisemem of the Gold Seal Liquor company at Vancouver, to which much at-
tention had been drawn In consequence of which ii was cancelled
She was satisfied so far .as the news-
papi i was concerned with he e 11*
! t,trial apology, ui noi with the liquor
company, and produced the famous
I puzzle in support ol  her   "g.iiuent.
Activity in Texas 0,1 Fields.
��� ��� -��� ������-��� ������r =���.���.:������=:=������':-*���:.���*���-*���;������ .^^
| Electric Railway Service |
4 lnterurban    Line.
���   Can   for   Vancouver   and    wa'
���
���
���
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:50 a. m. Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last ca:  Iv.  Vancouver ll.HO.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram j
office on the hour, tweaty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- '��
ter,  commencing at  6:20 a.  ni. J
Sapperton Line: Cars leave S
at ten minutes after the hour, f
half past and fifty mi-iutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 *,
a.  m.
Sunday  Service   hair neurly hm- *
tween b.30 a.m   and 11 p.m.
t,alias, Texas, Nov. 22.���The greatest activity ever known In the Texas
oil   and  natural   ga.,   fields,    i.s     now
I manifested.    This  whole region is  In
turmoil,   the beliei   being  i ntertalned
thai  fortunes are to he made.    Lund1
owners and  lease  holders ar,   asking,
'greatly   advanced    prices    for    their
j holdings.    Plant   for  developing    the
fields are said to contemplate the in- J
| vestment  of  at   leasi   $4,000,000    for
1 pipi  lines and machinei 5
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Millionaires  to   Build   Yachts.
Glasgow, Nov. 22. American mil-i
llonalres promls, to create a bene-'
ficlal competition in the building of'
magnificent yacHta. Cornelius Vander-I
lull bas asked Clyde ship builders tp
estimate for a magnlfici al yacht of
lfiOn ions to !>������ read) next Reason,
Calendars
Xmas Postals
Xmas Cards
STOCK
COMPLETE
AT
MOREY'S
I 217-219 Columbia Street
	
Choosing An Executor
In making your will THE CHOICE OF
AN EXECUTOR should engage your
thought at least as much as the division
of your estate.   Advise with
THE
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
Hum. Office: NfW WfSTMINSIIR, B. C.       Write for particulars
fr. J. MART,  ManatilnK t>lr��*. tor
OUR
Great
GLOVE OFFER
Regular $2.75 and
$3.00 values
PER PAIR
16 butioii long Suede clove*. Reynier
make, which is a jufficient guarantee
of their being the best quality. An
extra large stock compels us to sacrifice this special lot. Black and
Grey, all sizes.   On sale, per p'r, SI.?5
NOTE CAREFULLY
the SPECIALS in the
Ready-to-Wear Section
Various regular and odd   lines of special Interesl al pre en auso now  In demand evi
At 35c:
At $1.25:
One lot con stlng of Ladles' ll- av)
Fleece-lined I'ndervests and Drawers,
white aind grey; all sizes; children's
Union Undervests and Drawers, grey
inly; Plush Sllpwaists; Infants' All*
��� ��� ol Bands, infants' All-wool white
���l !. rv,--.- -
At 75c:
.  :    . unlj     Ladles'     I ��,trk
ired i"i.iiiii* letti   Blouses   In    neai
attrai  iv,   patti ms.   til! sizi a
11-..   lot of   Ladles'    D
Flannelette Wrappers,  ...
���   ittractlve style;    onlj
number   remains.
.  ��� ���   Boys'   .'in,|   GI
'A',.     i.      ys or  Sw eatet
kin 1 thi     ,;'.'- i e< ause thi
fori ible an I nice app, arin
being   ra i le  In   fim   an I
; all sizes
At $1.00:
At $1.95:
Five dozen lot of Ladies' Soft
FIi c Flannelette Night downs;
���.. ai ra an I comfortable; well made
neatl.. trimmed with embroidery or
Steading; regular value $1.25. Our
Bpecia] reduced price, now  $1.00
Fo ir doz, n onl)   I :    ���
tis. $2.50  to $2.75;   bu
ianges of colors have ���
Bpeci&l   reduction   will
n quickly; colors ari
black  and cream;   r.in I
:iasting colors on col
Exquisite
Evening Wenr
MUSLINS
Known on th" American Bide
as   "Sole    Perlee."   They      have
-u, h ,a close resemblance to
silk that we might Bell them as
that. The finish is equal to ihat
Of a soft silk and the fabric Is
extremely sheer, with delicate
shading in the lifelike Mowers.
which are stamped on plain
ground. We show them only
In dress lengths of 15 yards
i<uie dress of a pattern) per
yard 50c  and  65c
Plain Soie Perlee
The Bame fabric as in the
fancy styles; shown only In
<t, am. pink and sky; anj
length,   per   yard 40c
Cream Japanese
Pongee
Sheer, soft. pure silk Pongei.
which makes up Into serviceable
handsome evening dres.es and
WalstS; washes well and wears
Well;   27 Inches wide, per yd 65c
Bordered
Ki
imona
Cloth
Exceptionally attractive American Flannelette known as
superfine Manuel owing to the
finish.    This   material  conies   In
neat patterns; is ur, inches wide
and has a :i 1-2 Inch Paisley
pattern border on one side only, which troves a dainty
trimming for front collars and
cuffs of gurrivnt; colors are
sky, navy, brown and cardinal.
Pct yard    25c.
A Superior
Quality of
Feather Bed
PILLOWS
$1 to $3.50
Each
Head this maker'i
ruarante
"We guarantee that the filling
contained In this pillow is absolutely aii feathers, thoroughly cured and cleaned ami puri-
lied and free from odor or adul
(.ration "
Tbi.- |B ||,, (jr8) time wp have
ever bad pillows with a guarantee like this and after careful
Investigation are decide i thai
tu, other make would do us, You
will   be  satisfied  with  Ihem  as
We   weie.
And then again, they are
lower in price 'ban previous
brands. They hav,- nicer cov
erln'gs and better sizes and full
weight, running from 2 1-2 to
" 1-1 lbs. each. Ask to se-.
them.     Each    .        $100   to   $3.50
A SPECIAL
Cashmere Hose
FOR LADIES
3 pair for $1.00
Due special lot of Ladles'
Hlack _CmbroId6r6d cashmere
Hose, and Plain Tan or Black
In a very good grade of Cashmere. Sizes S 1-2 to 10 inches.
Specially bought and sjicclally
priced 3 pair for $1.00
Pleated
Delaines     J��q
per yard
-ill-inch All-Wool  P ���
lalnes  in navy,  brown, r
sky, cream  and  blai ������   *** ;
for Ladies' and Ch
etc.    Plain goods . '
may bo had for waists.
CHILDREN S
SCHOOL
UMBRELLAS
75e each
Willi;   Is   the  use of
, hlldr.u  a    good    uu, in
large  siz*    expi nslve
for  school   use,  when    you '
bllj  a speei.il small si/.-- **-'1,al
tor boya oi girls, The., a    ma*
just   rlghl     si/.e,    wiih
handli b, fancy or   plain    ���""
designs,  cv. red    with    " :
taffeta.     Ml    one   pre.
A PURE SILK
Crochet Thread
Sc per spool
Specially  reduced  rrom
per spool to ;,c per spool In <
der to clear out some ���'	
dozen.    You  might as well il
I his  pine  silk   In  place Of -'���
In,, wheu yon have the   "l'i1"
tunny to buy at th- same price
Spools  am the  same   size,
shades.     While   they   last...
Sc per  spot"
W. S. Collister & Co.
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