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White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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White, Shiles & Co
7 REAL ESTATE
2bU coMimbia St. Phone 85
VOL I'.Mr.  li,  NUMBER  255.
RETIRING OFFICER
RECEIVES GOED CHAIN
NEW WESTMINSTER, li.
C, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER  t. rityOT,       <,.���
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Ex-Deputy Warden Bourke
Remembered by Men Who
Served Under Him.
Completing a long term of Bervice
at the B. ('. penitentiary as deputy
���warden. D. D. Bourke, who was Buper-
annual' : a few weeks ago, and whose
duties at the big institution expired
on Oct. Ill, was on Saturday present,
ed with a gold caain and locket hy ths
officers of the institution, tlie' gi:; th
ing In thc nature of a token of esteem from the' nun with whom Mr.
Bourke- bail been associated for sj
long.
At th'1 closing of the prison, about
Ave o'clock, Mr. Bourke.' was informed
that hi.-- presence was required jn the
guard room. Arriving there, lu-found
all the men assembled, and before he
could inquire the reason, the Rev.
Pathei Lambot, acting Catholic chap-
Iain of the penitentiary, who had been
appointed spokesman, tendered the
gift which had been subscribed for by
the men. la a lew remarks, the reverend gentleman referred to the lon.j
association of Mr Bourke with the Institution, comment ing particularly upon the good feeling which had always
exlsteel between the deputy warden
and the men under him. Mr. Bourke'.;
Influence over the convicts was also
touched upon, the speaker Instancing
several cases where Mr. Bourke had
been instrumental in reforming mon
who had been looked upon as hard-
Wed criminals, and who had since
leaving the. prison been leading ex-
amplary lives, as a result of the interest taken in them by tile deputy
warden during the time the men h,a I
been convicts under his care.
Replying to the remarks of Fath ���'
Lambot. Mr. Bourke touched upon tie?
good fueling which had always existed
between the guards and other employees of the institution, stating th it
hg leri sine that he had no more loyal
friends than could be luun 1 anion,;
the men with whom he' had been as-
social ed torso many years. In concluding. Mr. Bourke stated that he
would always look lac., with pleasure
at-the lime he had spent in the B. 0.
penitentiary, and he could assure' the
Und done is of the splendid gift which
be had jusi received that he felt keenly the p.ening from them, but that he
would always remember the many
friends who had expressed their-ap
���preclatioli of his efforts iu n tangible
manner on the eve of bis departure
from th<' B. C. jrenitentiary.
TV/0  SWELL   STEAMERS
TO  PLY  ON   SKEEN\
Victoria,  Nov.  2.���Contracts    have
been let for the construction of two
Iver Bteamers for the Hudson Bay
��� impany, one to ply <m the Skei in
river, and th" other on the Stlkin*?,
Each of tbem will cost forty thousand
dollars. The wood work will be constructed by Alex. Watson, of Victoria,
be boilers and machinery bi Ing ma le
by tbe Poison company,  Ltd., of T>
route:.
The boats will carry one bundle ;
tons dead-weight and will have Staterooms tor fortj passengers. The ton-
tracl calls for their completion befora
April 1, so that they Will be ready lo-
use em the opening of navigation in
the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Frank Hoy, whoi
wedding took place in Ottawa on September 25, arrived in the city on Saturday, afier having spent a delightful
honeymoon in Toronto. Montreal, New
York, St. Paul, and oilier Canadian
and American cities. Since arriving
in the city the newly wedded coup'.'
have rii'ii the recipients of many gooel
wishes from a host of friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Hoy will reside in this city,
laving fitted up a cozy little home on
Agnes street.
BASKETBALL TEAMS
WANT TO USE GYM.
"A WHITE CANADA" IS
DEMANDED FROM PULPIT
Rev. J. S. Henderson, Defines Duties of
Canadians With Regard to Asiatic
Immigration���Races With Nothing
in Common Should Work Out Destiny in Own Country, Says Pastor.
Applications for Privelege of
Practicing in College
Gymnasium Coming Freely
Arrangements have been made by
the City basketball team with the
management of the gymnasium at Columbian college for the use of the gym
I toi u few hours several times a week,
the members will immediately get busy
and will lose no time iu getting down
to practice. The A and B companies
team, which has had the- benefit of
continued practice during the last two
weeks at the Armouries, is getting into very good condition, anl will bo
able to commence the city league see-
ries of matches with good prospects.
Officers of the Crescent club are also
negotiating with the managers of ths
college gym with the object of secur-
lng the exclusive use of tbe court .���:
certain hours, and in case an arrangement can be made, n team will be w-
ganized from ihe ample athletic material associated with the club.
Drawn thither by the announcement
that the pastor, Rev, J. S. Henderson,
was tee speak on thi only live topic
of the hour, the Asiatic problem, a__
[mm mse crowd wended its way to i t.
Andrew's church yesterday evening,
completely   filling  the  sacred   edlflfi ���
vi rj   seat,    bi ing occupied.      Afl
picking out an appropriate text, the
preacher dwelt   at  some length up-o i
the Idea of an universal brotherhood
. : ig men. emphasizing the fact thai
Christianity could never have obtained a foothold If exclusion ideas had
been carried out by th: disciples |f
the Master. He quoted several id-
stances where Christ sojourned with
persons who were looked ui>on wi'h
lisfavor by the members of his own
race, and dwelt upon the. necessity Of
looking at the question of the mome-r.
witii fairness and consideration,
Leaving Biblical history for the
present day affairs, the pastor declared that the problem with which Bri'-
ish Columbia found itself face to facj
today  was  one  which could    not  b.��
shall meet," Mr. Henderson remarked
that in those.' few words a great writer had embodied more sound si ni������
than scores of politicians had put in
speeches redolent with well round id
phrases  and  empty  platitudes.
The settlement of the situation did
not lie with men who desire I che.i.e
labor because of the increased dividends which this meant to them as
stockholders, and it could not be expected to come from the men who de
sired to keep out the Asiatics because
a large influx would naturally mean
thai their own wages would in lime
be lowered, but it must come from
the men who looked below the surfac
of temporary strife for a satisfacto 'y
solution of the complex problem.
Quoting statistics, the speaker staged that he would rather see the population of Canada remain at the present figure of something like three in
habitants to lhe square mile, than sc?
it Increased by the influx of Asiatics
or undesirables from Southern Europe. Canada should not, and wou'J
not, be made the dumping ground of
INTERMEDIATE.^ LOSE
- Tfi-   CELTIC   EECCNDG
'i'r.e- x^w'We tmlnster Intermediate
all eleven Buffered defeat in their
match   with  the  Celtic    seconds    at
Brockt< n point on Saturday afternoon,
the "at the end  being seven '.o
nil. The Royal City bunch were hope-
1 -ri.. i'i'classed and the match was
.er> onesided. Lumsden tor the New
Westminsters, played a very goo I
game, ut the others were in poor
form. Buchan and McM.urr.ly did
good work for the Terminal Cltv
team.
The teams lined up as follows:
Celtics���nlcDuff, Scott, Wilson,
Crawford, McCorklndale, McMurrow,
Crossley, Hodgkinson, Auld, Smith,
.���nd Buchan,
Xew  Westminster���E. Cary, Craig,
Lockhart,  Winch,     Hargreaves,    Ste-
he as,   Keith,   Christie,  Sharpe    and
i.umsden.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
MINER DISAPPOINTED
INSPECTOR DAWSON
Wild Rumor Causes Acting
Warden to Tramp in
Search of Wandering Bill.
MacLean Recaptured; Now in Chains.
Madrid, Nov. ,.���A dispatch from
Tetuan, Morocco, published here today, says ii has been reported there
by a native of the Jemos tribe that
('..id MacLean escaped from his guards
during the night about a week ago,
but was recaptured and put in chains
by order of Raisuli. who is determine-1
to hold him as a hostage.
CLOUDBURST CAUSED
SIXTEEN DEATHS
solved In a moment, but which rather
demanded the close attention of tbi j the world. Better by far retard the
best thinkers of the nation. In hlf development of its wonderful _��� -
opinion, ii was time for the residents j sources than husband them at ta<>
of tie'  Pacific  coast    to take a Ann : price of sacrificing its grand posslbili-
; stand on the question, and boldly jl* ties as one of the foremost nations of
mand a recogitibn of their rights. ale  world.
During the past few weeks, he ha i_     Commenting indirectly upon the reread many things with regard to 1*3* cently formed league in this city, the
| alarming Influx of Japanese, Chinese i reverend gentle-man stated that he
and Hindus In this province. Some 'ri | Jm m,t like the use of the word Ex-
the opinions expressed by flying tour-j elusion. The open door policy had
IstB, men who had spent a few da rs always been characteristic of the Briton th<- coast studying the situation, i ish emjjire, and it would ill become a
and gone back east and talked learn- [great nation to forcibly close Its entry
ports in the face of a 'progressive peo-
 ple.  but  there was a great dilfereu I
eral of these remarkable gentlemen I between trade and commerce betweeu
had expressed themselves hy declar-1 two nations and the dumping of thou-
ATHELETES AGREE 70
FORM NEW ASSOCIATION
At a representative meeting of the
various coast athletic organizations,
held on Saturday evening In the Vancouver V. M. c. A., Ior the purpose
of discussing the proposed organization of a It. C. Amateur Athletic union,
it was decided that steps should bo
taken at once towards carrying out
the proposal and that a general meeting should bo held on the 30th inst.,
to complete arrangements.
The following resolution was carried :
"Dr. Davidson moved that, in the
opinion of this meeting, a B. C. A. A.
IT. shoulel he formed and that a provisional committee of three be appointed to draft a letter to lu- sent
to the various athletic organizations
throughout the province, requesting
them to send a delegate to a general
meeting to be hrld in the Badminton
hotel at 2::io p. in. on Noveafber 80,
Who-shall he In receipt of Instruction* from the association he repre-
senta, to enter into the formation of
such a union. The eommiit.oo appointed Is composed of the following
gontlea-en Mr. Klli\ Mr. Goweui, Iri.
Davld-Wta and   Mr. .lanileson."
Afled Pioneer is Dead.
A pioneer of the pioneers of British
Columhia passed away Saturday morning in the person of John Muclure, P.
I.,  iri .of  Matsqui.    Mr    Maeluiv  was
I one of those hardy    soldiers    of   the
i Queen wiio formed thai  body j-o well
j known to old timers as    the    Sappers
and  Miners.    Mr.    Maeluie has    been
1 for some time    residing at his   home
farm, Hazel    Brae,    Matsqui,    a    few
I miles trom  Mission City.    Like most
, of the hardy pioneers of the province
Mr.    Maclure was a man with    heart,
sympathy and    generous friendly nature  in keeping  with -his stature,  for
phyjRic.ially he was a giant among men.
Mr. Maclure    leaves a widow    and a
considerable  family to regpet the removal from earthly   environments ot
euie who combined in the truest sens"
the qualities of husband,  father    and
friend.    Among the surviving family
are Mrs. S. A. McLagan, Who has been
for some little time residing ;it the old
home;    Mrs.    McColl.    of    Steveston;
Messrs, .1. Q. and Fred S.  Maclure, of
Clayburu, and Sam Macluntt, BJChitecC
of Vancouver  and  Victoria.
The .late Mr. Maclure was horn at
Wigiojushlre, Scotland, and iat the
!inn' of his death was aged 70. He
came here with the Royal Engineers
ia Ilie fall of L868. He was married
al Stewturtetorm, Ireland, to Miss Mar-
ilia Mclutyre, of that place, an 1854,
Their golden wedding was celebrated
at the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
S. A. McLagan, three* years ago.
e lly eai the important issue, bad beea
more amusing than reasonable.    See
ing thai the issue was not at all sorbins, unci that it was merely a momentary agitation that would soon
spend ItsaU, as no one but agitators
and hysterical 'irouble makers we*e
making any complaint.
He feU  bound to confess that some
sands of ignorant coolies ou a. continent when; they were received wdth
coldness by all and submitted to severe indignities by many.
What this country needed was a
sane immigration policy. Canada hai
reached the  point  where it  could  af-
of the sentiments attributed to cer-1 ford to pick its own immigrants ani
tain leaders among the exclusion pa- ! future citizens, and the speaker canty were such that it would be a Wise ! .sidered that the time had arrived
Step io Steal of all exdnde such char-j.wJlPn the restrictive tariffs against
aoters trom the country, after whlci | British Columbia should be removed
the people would be better able Wj L>y the transportation companies, deform sane and deflnfte opinions o-itl^n a fair rate on the railroads, i_e-
tbe subjoin  of Asiatic immigration.    i tiers   would   soon   pour    into  British
Tb..- industrial and the economic Columbia and settle the country.
side ol 'Iw situation had heen ftfily An importanl; question dealt with
discussed time anel again by the sev- i >,y jjr. Henderson was the evasion of
eral speakers Who had appeared on tlie laws of the land by the Asiatics.
lubllc platform and debated the sub- ��� Health regulations were ignored :>y
ject, bul so far very little had heen | Chinese, who lived together herded
saiel on what was. in his opinion, the j,, a ramshackle dwelling in which no
most   important   factor of all in the J white man would be allowed by the
greal Question. Very little empoasie
hud been placed on the democracy AiE
nn' Individual, and this   phase   was
authorities to make bis home. Sanitary regulations were insisted upon
In the homes of the white population
Torrential Downpour Washes
Away Fifty Houses in
Lower California.
On Saturday evening a message
reached tnis city to the effect that
the notorious outlaw, Bill Miner, hail
been captured after a desperate fight
in   tbe   Yellowstone  canyon, and,  _se-
! verely wounded, was being brought to
New Westminster on the O. N. 11.
train.
The information was conveyed lo
Inspector   Dawson,   acting   warden  of
| the B. C. penitentiary, and, although
ihe receive I no official notice with
regard to tiie reported capture, he de-
cideel to investigate. When the (J. N.
R, flyer came to a stop at the little
depot beyond the bridge, a detachment from the penitentiary, under th-3
charge of Inspector Dawson, eagerly-
awaited the distinguished passenger.
An enterprising reporter was also on
the scene, eager to interview Bill Miner and his captors.
Fifteen   passengers   alighted     fro'.n
! the coaches and stepped out into th >
drizzling rain, hut look where he
would,   Inspector   Dawson    could not
; see  Miner's  familiar form.    Old   Bill
I ha<l  once  more  evaded  capture,  and
is still num.ered among the missing.
"I hardly   thought    there was  any
i truth   in   the story,"   commented   Mr.
\ Dawson, as ue slushed back towards
[ the pen.
" ,"   muttered  the  scribe.
j And the remainder of the party ech y
j ed his unprintable sentiments.
Sin Francisco, Nov. 3.���Reports of
great damage and loss of life at San
.los? del Cabo, in Lower California,
on October li, caused by a cloudburst,
were confirmed by Capt. Paulson and
passengers on the steamer Curacai,
which ai rived here from Mazatlan
yesterelay. Sixteen persons are said
to have 1 een .drowned hy tiie torrential downpour and more than fifey
houses washed away.
The rain w,as preceded by a hurrl-
v.hich blew with great fury fo:
upwards of twelve hours.   Small craft
In ihe harbor were sunk and a number of larger vessels badly damaged.
As the deluge struck the town the
people were caught up and those hi
the main path of the storm had no
chance to escape. Several were carried out to sea.
j COAL  OIL   EXPLODES;
LITTLE   GIRL   DIES
Vancouver,  Nov.  3.���A    distressing
accident occurred in North Vancouver
yesterday   afternoon,   when   Marjoria
Musson,   ihe   14-year-old daughter  of
I Charles   Musson,   lost  her  life.     She
| was attempting to light the fire and
! as the wood would not burn she used
coal oil.     When  she  applied  a light
; fin explosion occurred," tbe stove be-
! ing blown to atoms.   The little girl's
! dress caught fire and she was terribly
; burned   about  the  body.      She    wa;-.
alone  in  the  liouse and her shrieks
of terror aroused the entire neighbor-
i hood.    Several  people  were soon  on,
the scene  and  they extinguished  the
I Are  and carried  tne  girl out of  th3
house   in   an   unconscious   conditio a.
She was brought to the General hospital   here,  where  she    died  at  ".:45
*bis   morning,   suffering    terrible   ag-
MOR OF HINDU RAITERS
IS FOILED RY POLICE
FISHING NET CASE
without doubt the most important uli.of this city, but in Chinatown things
all. The Japanese and Chinese im- were very different The Orientate
migrants would never be imbued wdth .should he compelled to submit to the
the spirir. of democracy possessed b.v
the average Canadian, and would never, as individuals, be the equals, socially or otherwise, of men of Canadian pait'iitage. The ability to think
and act for oneself was not at all Un
laws of the country, and should not
he shown any preference over tha
white men.
A warning to bis hearers to steer
clear of political bias was uttered by
the preacher towards the close of his
Pope Compelled to
Cancel All Engagements
Paris,  Nov. 3.���A  dispatch to  the | have been called Into consultation oo
Eclair today from Bome says thai
Pope Plus has been obliged to oan-
Ml all Appointments and keep io his
b*d on account of an attack of heart
trouble.
the Pope's illness and say that tll?
attack is one of rheumatism from
walks In  the  damp  Vatican gardens.
They do not think the patient's bea?t
Professors Mnrceirilavu and  PilgeH  action alarming,
veloped ia the thousands of coolias I sermon, who declared that the author
who were being brought into Canada | jjies were doing all in their power <o
month after month, and it made settle the question. He made refer-
thinkers .shudder when the possibili- j<��nce to pop-gun politicians and parti-
ties of unrestricted Immigration wer: Van papers which merely looked upon
considered, the  agitation  as  bringing    grist    to
This unrestricted immigration w:s!t),ejr niills, and warned the congreg,'-
not only bad for the nation; it was tlon against being led astray by the
bad for the individual as well.  It was | puerile arguments of men  who hal
hopeless to ever BlippOBe that ii ,Iai-
anese could ever be transformed in*o
a Canadian, with like ambitions, aims
and lofty Ideas. While one nation
should be tolerant of the privileges
granted to another nation, it was better for the future of the world that
races which hail nothing in common
should work out their own destinies
in their own lands. Quoting Hudyai'l
Kipling's famous lines to empftasiso
his meaning,  "For cast  Is east,  nnd
only their own petty interests to advance, and who were too shallow to
J>e taken seriously.
"Live to make Canada white; look
uiion the lofty mountain towering towards the skies. Mould your national character after the purity of the
unsullied snow that covers, like ie
mantle, the peaks ef uplifted gianU.
Look upwards for guidance, manfully
keep up the light, and let the motto
'White    Canada'    reign    sublime    In
west  is  west,  and  the    twain   ne'er your hearts."
Everett, Nov. 2.���Mill workers and
laborers of all 'classes made a demonstration last night against the Hindu population of this city. The laborers collected in a crowd of about
500 people and marched down th!
water front, shouting ami singing, to
the Hindu quarters, near the saw-
Mills.
Tbe shacks occupied by the East
Indians were found empty, and the
mob, enraged at uot finding the gam !,
wrecked a number of the small buildings. They then marched on to the
mills, scouring every corner for the
Hindus. Finding noni>, the rlotcvs
gradually dispersed.
The police had heen informed thai
a demonstration against the Hindi
mill workers was to be made, and
had housed all tlie foreigners in the
���tation for the night. Ahout twenty-
five of the East Indians will remain
in the protection of the city during
the night.
Mayor Jones addressed the mob advising it to keep within the law. He
has wired Gov. Mead for authority to
call out the militia if necessary lo
suppress the outbreak. Tbe police,
say ihis will not he necessary .
IS STILL UNSETTLED
Argument by counsel in the Insley
vs. Gilley case, which was instituted
with the object of recovering $100 a'-
leged damages to a fishing net, w��h
heard in the local county court by
Judge Cane on Saturday morning, and
judgment was reserved to give His
Honor an opportunity to look up tho
, references supplied by the lawyers.
As the question of the condition of
the weather on tbe day in March last
' when the damage is alleged to havo
| heen done, enters largely into ths
merits of the suit, A. Whealler, for
the defendant, asked leave to call 11.
A. Wilson, agent for the meteorological survey in Canada, and permission
was granted. Mr, Wilson produced
records showing that on the day Ji.
question the wind was blowing about
half ;i dozen miles an hour. Mr,
Whealler in his argument held that
the plaintiff had violated the regulations by stretching his net across the
channel.
The reply of W. Norman Bole, K. C,
for the plaintiff, was that the defendant company could have avoided a
collision with the net if their captain
had used ordinary prudence.
The case was heard several days
ago in the New Westminster court.
Increased Salaries
in Sight for Teachers
The  v.'   <ge   question    which   has   is every prospect that a substantial
been agitating the minds of tho school   raise of salaries  will  be allowed  all
teachers of the city and the trustees down the 1,st- but as the trustees havo
never discussed the subject as yet ��n
during the last six nionths, will be dis
ti formal manner, it is impossible to
__ __ ������    ,--i.ii,.i    iiLwmvi,    ii    is   lIU|H)8S_l._e   to
posed of at the meeting of the New I BRy Just whn, f].p ^ of ,ncrea8e wj|]
Westminster school board which will be. The new schedule wlll l.eeanv cf-
be held on Thursday evening.   There   fective on January 1st ivxt. CWJ.KERR
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_5JINEL0TS *
50x132 to lio foot lane and fronting jn a 6C foot street, close to
both Vancouver and Westminster city car lines; all slashed; good
rich soil; graded streets. Price $200 each; terms $25 cash, balance
$10 per month. These are th" only lots left in this district at anything  like   these   prices.
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J NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. ���
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FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE   $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON       13,085.493
COMMERCIAL   UNION   OF   LONDON        12,166.666
LONDON  AND   LANCASHIRE       12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON  AND   GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH  UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL   $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not necessary.
Malins. Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
SATURDAY, NOV. 9
19(;
There's no reason why you
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.    Gel  WINDSOR.
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-t(�� find his widow. Mrs. Hupka, a
clairvoyant, told of a seance which
she held for Mrs. Taylor. The case
is   still on   trial.
PERJURY CHARGE
IS NOT SUSTAINED
TWO CHINAMEN CONVINCE THE
COURT THAT ACCUSATION
AGAINST   THEM   IS  UNTRUE.
<���*
The charge' of purjnry on which
Wong Sing and Ah Lee, two Chinamen, of Agassiz, were' committed for
trial, w.as heard by Judge Cane yesterelay morning in the local county
court, ami after hearing the greater
part of the evidence, His Honor dismissed the1 prisoners for lack of convicting evidence.
It wns alleged that the Orientals
committed perjury in connection with
the trial of ,i half-breed In Agassiz
.senile weeks ago, who was charged
with selling liquor lo Indians, 'Ilie
chinamen testified, contrary to Bever-
;il other witnesses, thai the accused
man had been in their store during
tne time when the offence w.is supposed to have' occurred.
w. t;. McQuarrie handled both cases
for the Crown, while .1. A. Russell
acted for Wong Sing, and A. Whealler appeared for Ah Lee.
WRITING
PAPERS
VV7E are  opening
" another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
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if J. J. MACKAY y COS
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STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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For Home  Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lewis
and Clark Centennial at Portland in 1905, and of which the committee cf
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the' highest award on the first
ballot, and if there had been any higher prize offered the Monarch Kange
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.    ~*
MONTREAL TO DEPORT
UNDESIRABLE   ARRIVALS
Montreal, Nov. 1.���The city is taking steps   to   deport   insane   persons .
and criminals  who are sent here by j
foreign countries and who have to ue
cared for in asylums and other places ���
of   detention.      Recently   there   have I
.been a number of cases where lhe city j
j has heen called upon to care for new I
e arrivals to the city who went insane
shortly after landing.   The mayor and !
] other   civic   officials   have  determined
I to put  a stop to ihis.    According lo !
! the new immigrant law, vagrants, in- j
J sane persons and others, who become j
: public charges within two years after j
I their arrival in the' country, are uTflile !
[ to he deported.   The law further pro-
! vides   that   transportation   companies
I either on laml or sea shall return the
immigrant to where they found him,
j at their expense.   It will be seen that
j the city is protected by the new law,
i andthat Is imposes binding obligations
i on   the steamship  and railway  com-
! panics,  by   holding  them  responsible
for   the   re-transportation    of     immigrants brought  in by them two years
' before,  if they are found or become
unacceptable.
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Pocket
Knives
See   our   line   of   this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low-
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell- Our first aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on tbe
cost- We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St, New Westminster
Telephone  83
& SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
AGENTS
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
WOMAN   WORSHIPS
IMAGE AS A GOD
Chicago, Nov. 1.���Occultism ligur- d
! extensively   in  the   testimony     given
j yesterday in the suit of Mrs. Ada L,
j Taylor Garrus to set aside the will of
'her mother,  Mrs. Elizabeth L. Taylor.
Mrs.  Emma A.  Russell, of Toledo, O.,
i testified  that  Mrs.   Taylor  worshiped
| an idol given her by Dr. Lalan, a Hin-
lu. who came to Chicago in 1.S93 as a
| delegate to the congress of religions.
I Mrs.  Russell  said  that    Mrs.  Taylor
frequently asked for the image, which
she worshiped as a God.
In a letter written to Mrs. Taylor
in 11)011 and signed "Yours in truth,
Adah Jack," was offered in evidence.
It said Mrs. Taylor's husband, who
had died twenty years previously, head
appeared to the writer and urged her
NEW
POST  CARDS AT   MOREY'S
New Post Card Albumns at Morey's
New Tea Sets and China at Morey's
IT'S FINE!!
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roller
Rink
ENGLISH   BAY
Every Week Day      Music W.   G.   ChaiTlberlin
Afternoon and Evening
Pickard
China
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
STUDIO, CHICAGO, OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT OF PICKARD HAND
PAINTED CHINA.
'Phone 3465
New Goods of all Kinds Arriving daily
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
Electric Railway Service ii
office on the hour, twenty min- , ; /j\/~" V^7 ^^S       *   s>  /f*)
i-tes after and forty minntes af- j I   | e^^G^^^^C^'
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. \ \   ' ,����*#$��>         tf^Jr���-v^mTW.W ���/   KsV,**
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave tbe depot every
twenty mtautes far both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:     Cars  leave tram
���<l
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after < ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 <'
a. m.
Sunday Service   hair-Dourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Investigate
at once, two new modern residences, now under construction, which we have for sale on Second street,, near
Third avenue. Large lot, lane at bad., cement foundation and cellar, furnace and everything tip-to-dale.
PRICE RIGHT���TERMS EASY.
i! British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd j;
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It Pays to Know
1 ���>:!-     where you can get the best  In prices and value. J
We  have  in   stock  n  range of English Blue Serges from $16.00 ���*
to $25.00, extra good quality. i
Ml*.
Golf Jackets
For Women and
Children
Ever popular and serviceable  these  garments  are  meeting
Increased favor, from season to Beason,   The styles now showing
pleasing and are being worn bj  young and  old, owing to ihe'  i  r
fort  they ensure  i h<_'  wearers.
Women's  Golf Jackets,  of  line soft   wool,   in   plain   colors    onlj    al
each       $2.00 and $2.25
Women's   Fancy   Golf   Jackets, in   tl  large   range'  of    styles,  at,  i
 $2.75 to $3.53
Women's   Norfolk   Golf  Jackets, a    tyle  which  is  proving most
lar at prevent, shown In all colors, each   $4.00 to $:rio
Girls' and   Boys'  Jerseys and   Sweaters. Jusi   the Bervio  ible      a ;
garments for Bchool wear, thai "ill allow freedom  of movem
all games.   We have them iu plain   Jersey   ltris.     Heavy   Knil     :
Hoys, and  Fancy  Patterns  for Olrls' or Boys' wear, each. ...75c to $i
Warm Dressing   Jackets
and Gowns
Then' is nothing fancy about these gown-,  bul  just   plain eldet low.
garments which are mad..' for com fori  and use.
Eiderdown  Dressing Jackets, three   colors,     sky,   grey   anl   c
Sizes lit to Iri each      $2.00  to   -7
Eiderdown   Dressing   Gowns, sizes 34   to  40,   each
$6.00
White Bearskin  Coats
For the Little Folk.
Made of gooel qualities of Bearskin cloth, guaranteed  to wash well
shown in sizes for any child from si\ months to Beven years o7i
each   $2.50 to $6.oo
Bearskin by the Yard, if you wish   to make   up  your  own  coats   you
will find the'  values unequalled  at these  prices, per yd..$2.00 to $3.7-j
New Styles in Winter
Waists
The   last   nf  our   slock   of   Women's
Flat lette,   Cashmere',     and     Lustre
Waists have just  r.rr.ved.    Ask  to see
ihem.      In    the    Ready-to-wear    !>>���
partment.
Flannelette Blouses, ia fancy patterns and colors; sizes, :;_! to 4b.
Each 75c to  $1.50
Lustre Waists.��� such colors as
brown, navy, cream, green, cardinal,
and black and white, all sizes. Each
$2.00 to    $5.03
Cashmere   Waists,-   Each   $3.00 to
   $-1.00
SHAWLS of every description.    Ask tee he shown our new stock.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
LEADERS IN  MILLINERY.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
t
English   Worsteds,  in  grays,  with  the  dark  twied   effect,  from
i.eft    $15.00 to $25.00.
'& If you have  not seen our  new slock il   will  pay you lo inspect
ri    t hem.
il   J. Eugene Brown & Co.   1
o|    P. 8.���"IT PAYS TO KNOW.'* CASH  CLOTHIERS       1
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
tm. us.       offlce, eighth ��tr��t, Light and Heavy Haulinj
Westminster
Transfer Co
��� ffice 'Phone 185.       Harn mone IS'
Columbia 8t.
Baggage delivered    promptly to MJ
part of the city.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
Office-Tram Hepot 190;
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
���Ul.,,
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White, Shiles & Co
������
REAL ESTATE
ZbU lommbta St.
Phone 85
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VOlri .M.
NUMBER 255.
XEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C. MONDAY MORI
N1N(;. NOVEMBER ,4/QI��07,- 1p           ^M
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TEN CENTS I'EU WEEK.
RETIRING OFFICER
RECEIVES GOLD CHAIN
! TV/O   SWELL   STEAMERS
TO   PLY   ON   SKEEN \
Victoria,   Nov.  ::.���Contracts    have
��� i ii  le) for the construct inn of two
<t  11. amers  for  ihe   Hu I��m  Bay
^^^^   company, one to ply <m the Skeen-i
river, and  the other on  the Stlkln��.
Ex-Deputy   Warden   Boill'ke   Each of them will cosl forty thousand
t�� i ii     i\t \nri_,   dollars.   The wood work will be con-
Remembered by Men Who 8tructe(] ]jv A,x WatBOn ofVlctorlai
l be boilers and machinery bi ing made
by the Poison company, Ltd., of T i-
' ronto.
The  boats  will  carry one hundn i
! i.ens dead-welghl and will havi state
rooms for fortj passengers. The con
tracl calls for their completion befors
Served Under Him.
April i, bo thnt they will be ready fo'
Completing ;i  I'm!-; term of service
at the  ll. r.  penituniiary us    deputy
warden. I). I). UourUe, who was supi .
annuateii ;i few weeks ago, and whose
duties in   the  bin institution expin 1   n��e nu tl pening of navigation  in
on Oct. ill, was em Saturday present-   the spring,
���_��� 	
ed with ;t gold c.iuin ami lockel by th ���
officers ni the institution, the gift be-
ing  In   the   nature  Of  a   token   of  es- I
teem trom the men With whom Mr.
Bourke had been associated for S3
long.
At tie1' closing of the prison, ahout
Ave o'clock, Mr. Bourke was informed
that his presence wis required in th'i
guard roiuii.   Arriving there, he-found I
all the men assembled, and before he !
the    He-..'
Mi. ;inei Mrs. i,. Prank Hoy, whoi
. wedding took place In Ottawa on September 25, arrived in the' city on Sa'-
unlay, after having spent a delightful
honeymoon In Toronto, Montreal, New
York, St. Paul, and other Canadian
mil American cities. Since arriving
in the city iIh- newly wed,pel coup'a
have' beeil th ' recipients of many gooel
wishes trom a host of friends, Mr.
and Mrs. Hoy will reside in this city.
Laving fitted up a cozy little home on
Agnes street.
could   inquire   the   reason
Pathi'i  i.ainiiut, acting Catholic chaplain uf tlee penitentiary, who had heen
appointed   spokesman,    tendered  the
gift which had heen subscribed tor by J
tie men.    lu a few remarks, the rev- ]
ereml gentleman referred to the lone; I
asseee iation of Mr Bourke with the in- ,
Stitutri'i. commenting  particularly  upon the gooel feeling which had always
existe.l   between   the    deputy   ward n
and ti.e me., under him. Mr. Bourke- I Applications for Privelege of
Influence  over the  convicts   was  als-i       L k ��
toucheel upon, the speaker instancing
"everal cases where Mr. Bourke had
been instrumental in reforming in sn
Who ha 1 been looked upon as hardened crimin iis, and who had since
leaving the prison been leading ex-
amplary lives, as a result of the interest, taken in them hy the deputy
Warden during the time the
BASKETBALL TEAMS
WANT TO USE GYM.
Practicing   in   College
Gymnasium Coming Freely
Arrangements  have   been  made by
| the City   basketball   team  with    the
! management of the gymnasium at Col-
men iia I ��� unil,Lan college for the use of tin'gym
been convicts under his care. f0,  B few hours several times a week,
Replying to the remarks of Father j ^ member8 wll] immediately get busv
Lambot. Mr. Bourke touched upon th?
"A WHITE CANADA" IS
DEMANDED EROM PULPIT
Rev. J. S. Henderson, Defines Duties of
Canadians With Regard to Asiatic
Immigration���Races With Nothing
in Common Should Work Out Destiny in Own Country, Says Pastor.
MINER DISAPPOINTED
INSPECTOR DAWSON
Drawn thither b) the announcement ishall meet," Mr. Henderson remarked
thai the pastor, Rev. J, s. Henderson, |that in those' few words a gnat wrlt-
anel will lose no time in getting down
io practice.    The A and  B companies
team,  which  has h.ui  the  benefit of
he Wl sure that ne had no more loyal '. continued practice during the last two
Mends  than  could   be    found  anion- ^'^ ^ ^ ArmburleS| ifJ gettlng ^.
good fueling which had always existed
between the guards and other employee's of the Institution, stating lh it
was to speak on the only live topic
of the hour, the Asiatic problem, un
Immense crowd .i nded Ita way to I t.
Andre w's church yesi irday evening,
��� i m. letely tilling tii" sacred edlflfl ���
every seat. In lng occupied. Afl '
picking out an appropriate text, the
preacher dwell at some length upon
the Idea of an universal brotherhood
m< ig men, emphasizing the fact thai
Christianity could never have obtained a foothold if exclusion ideas had
been carried out by th: disciples ff
the Master. He quoted several instances where Christ sojourned with
persons who were looked upon with
lisfavor by tli" members of his own
race', and dwelt upon, the necessity Of
looking at the question of the moment
with  fairness and consideration.
Leaving Biblical history for the
present day affairs, the pastor declared, that the problem with which Bri*-
Ish Columbia found itself face to facj
today was one which could not b?
solved in a moment, hut which rather
demanded the close attention of the
leest thinkers of the nation, in hW
opinion, it was time for the residents
i r  had embodied more  soun I  ���- ni ���
than scon's of politicians had put in
speeches redolent with well round id
phrases and empty platitude s.
The settlemenl of the situati >n did
n.it lie with men who desired cheap
labor because of the increased di>
dends which this meant to them as
stockholders, and it could not In- expected to (nine from the men who de
sired to keep out the Asiatics becaus i
a large influx would naturally mean
that their own wages would in lini"
be lowered, but it must come from
the men who lookeel below the surl
of temporary strife for a satlsfacto.'J'
solution of the complex problem.
Quoting statistics, the speaker staged that he would rather see the population of Canada remain at the present figure of something like three in
j habitants to the square mile, than sc?
it increased by the influx of Asiatics
or undesirables from Southern Europe. Canada should not, and won ri
not, be made the dumping ground o!
the world. Better by far retard the
development of its -wonderful ;���"-
sources   than   husband     them   at tao
intermediated/lose
��� Tfl-  CELTIC   EECCND3
i   e .   dial -
eleven suffered defeat In their
the '''' ! -i^-i^-i^-i^-i^-i^-i^-i^-l^-l^-l^-l^-l^-l^-M
Bi ic .'��� :i polnl on Saturday afti  noon, ,	
al the ��� ad being seven to
Th   ::���.  a City bunch were hope-  Wild  Rumor  Causes Acting
,'r1, "M."" '-<"��-     Warden   to   Tramp    in
.ei> i       ld< el.   Lumsden for the New l
ters, played   a v��rj good     Search of Wandering Bill.
game.     ii  the- others    we re In  | oor
.   .  han   and    Ml Murray   iii t
good   work    for    tli"  Terminal  Cii   ,    On   Saturday   evening    a   OM
team, reached  tnlB city  bo the effeel   thai
The teams lined up aa follows: the notorious outlaw. Bill Mine:, hail
Celtics -...cDuii',     Scott,     Wilson,  been captured after a desperate light
ord,  McCorklndale,   McMurrow,   in   the   yellow stone  canyon, and, .- -
..   Hodgklnson,     Auld,   Sniit'i.   vendy wounded, was being brought to
Mid  Buchan. New  Westminster on    the Q. N.  R.
,\i v.   Westminster- IS, Cary, Craig   train.
Winch,    iiargieav s,    ste      The Information   was  ooaveyed   Lo
Keith,  Christie, Sharpe'    and  Inspector Dawson,  acting  warden of
! the'  II.  C.  penitential'. ,  and, although
  iie'   received  do  official    notice   wltfi
MacLean Recaptured; Now in Chains, regard to the reported capture, he de-
Madrld, Nov. ,. -A dispatch from elded to investigate. When the' ti. X.
Tetuan, Morocco, published here to- it. flyer came to a stop at the little
day, says it has been reported there depot, beyond the bridge, a detach-
by a native of the demos tribe that inent from the penitentiary, under the
Caid MacLean escaped from his guard, charge of Inspector Dawson, eagerly
during the night about a week ago, awaited the distinguished passenge".
but was recaptured and put in chains   An enterprising reporter was also ou
the scene, eager to interview Bill Ml-
ni'i' and his captors.
Fifteen passenge.-rs alighted from
the coaches and stepped out into lb-
drizzling rain, but look where he
would, Inspector Dawson could not
see Miner's familiar form. Old Bill
had once more- evaded capture, anl
is still mini ered among the missing.
"I hardly thought there was any
truth   In  the story,"  commented  Mr.
the men with whom he had heen associated lor so miinj years. In concluding, Mr. Bourke stated that he
would always look back with pleasure
at the lime he bad spent in the B. C. !
peniteiiii.ery. and he could assure th
kind donors of the splendid gift which
ho had just receive 1 that he felt keenly the parting from them, but that he
would always remember the many
friends who had expressed their .a;)
'precleitiieii of his efforts i. & tangible
manner on the eve of his departure
from the H. c. penitentiary.
to   very   good  condition,  and   Will   bo
I able to commence the city league se-
j ries of matches with good prospects.
j Officers of the Crescent club are also
negotiating with the managers of xln
college gym with the object of securing the exclusive use of ibe court ,���:
| certain hours, and in ease an arrange-
[ ment cau be made, a team will be or-
! ganized   from  the  ample athletic  material associated  with  the club.
of the Pacific coast to take a flrnj 1 price of sacrificing its grand poss.bili-
stand on the question, and boldly da-. ties as one of the foremost nations of
manil a recogition of their rights. tbe  world.
During the past few weelts, he ha ri Commenting indirectly upon die reread many things with regard to i3m<j cently formed league in this city, the
alarming Influx or Japanese, Chinese i reverend gentleman stated that he
and Hindus In this province.   Some Bf i am not like the use of the word E��-
hy order of Raisuli, who is determine 1
to hold him as a hostage.
CLOUDBURST CAUSED
SIXTEEN DEATHS
Torrential DownpOUr Washes ioawL, as ne slushed back towards
Away   Fifty   Houses  in foe pen
Lower California.
muttered   the  scribs
i And the remainder of the party ech y
\ ed his unprintable sentiments.
Son Francisco, Nov. 3.���Reports of'COAL OIL  EXPLODES;
great damage and loss of life at San1 LITTLE  GIRL  DIES
Jose del  Cabo, in  Lower  California,
on October 14, caused by a cloudburst,
were confirmed by Capt. Paulson and
Vancouver, Nov. 3.���A   distressing
accident occurred in North Vancouver
yesterday   afternoon,   when   Marjoria
! Musson,   the   14-year-old daughter of
the opinions expressed by Hying tourists, men who had sjeent a few days
on the coast studying the situation,
and gone back east anel talked learnedly on the important issue, haii heen
more amusing than reasonable.   Se>--
��� elusion. The open door policy had
[ always been characteristic of the British empire, and it would ill become a
great, nation tee forcibly close its entry
jxu'ts in Lhe face of a progressive people, but there was a great difference
eral of the.se  remarkable  gentlemen j between trade and commerce between
ATBELETES AGREE TO
FORM NEW ASSOCIATION
A^jtJ Pioneer is Dead.
A pioneer of the pioneers of Brf'tish
Columbia passed away Saturday morning iii the person of John Maclure," P.
L. S.. of Matsqui. Mr. Maclure was
one of those hardy    soldiers    of    the
^ j Quetvu who formed thaJ  body *o well
  I known to old timers as   the   Sappers
I and Miners. Mr. Maclure has been
At a representative meeting of the I for some time residing at his homo
various coast athletic organizations, farm, Hazel Urae, Matsqui, a few
held on Saturday evening In the Van- j rnilas trom Mission City. Like most
couver V. M. C. A.. Uu- the purpose 0f tl�� -hardy pioneers of the province
of discussing the promised organlza-1 Mr. .Maclure was a man with heart,
tlon of a H. C Amateur Athletic union. j sympathy and generous friendly unit was decided  that  steps should  bo j ture in keeping with liis stature,  for
had expressed themselves by declaring thai tie issuo was not <it all s��-
rious, and that it was nie.vly a momentary aj_.itatii<n thnt would soon
spend itself, as no one but agitator;:
and hysterical '[rouble linkers we*e
making any complaint.
two nations and the dumping of thousands of ignorant coolies ou a continent, when; they were received with
coldness by all and submitted to se-
vejie indignities by many.
What   this   country  needed     was   a
|sane Immigration policy.   Canada hal
,i*
$
taken at once towards carrying out
the proposal and that a general meeting Should Ix' held on the 30th inst.,
to  complete arrangements.
The following resolution was carried:
"Dr. Davidson moved that, in ih"
opinion of ibis meeting, a 11. G. A. A.
IJ. Bhould be formed and that a provisional committee of three be appointed to draft a letter to be 6ent
to the various athletic organizations
throughout tbe province, .requesting
them to send a delegate to a general
meeting u> bo held in the Badminton
hotel at -.riii p. in. on Noveirfber 80,
who. ahull l.e in receipt of instruction* from the association he represent*, to enter Into the formation eif
such a union. The committee ap-
pointed is composed of the following
gentteaen: Mr. Klli?. Mr. (.owmi, lh:
DavldBOB and   Mr. Jnuiiesnn."
phy.Kie.iaUy he was a giant among men.
Mr Maclure leaves a widow and a
considerable family to regwU the removal from earthly environments of
one who combined in the truest sense
the Qualities Of husband, father an J
friend. Among the sui living family
are Mrs. S. A. McLagau, Who has been
for some little time residing at the old
home; Mrs. McColl, of Steveston;
Messrs. ,1. C. and Fred S. Maclure, of
Clayhiirn, und Sam Macluiaii, architect
of Vancouver and Victoria.
Thv .late Mr. Maclure was born at
Wigtonshire, Scotland, and at the
time of his death was aged 70. Ho
came here with the Royal Engineers
In the fall of 1868. He was married
al Ste'wartKtorm, Ireland, to Miss Martha Mcliityre, of that place, In 1854,
Their golden wedding was celebrated
at tln> residence of his daughter, Mrs
S. A. Mcl.agan, three years ago..
He feat bound to confess that some I reached the point where it could af-
of the sentiments attributed to cer-lford t0 ,,jci; jts own immigrants an.l
lain leaders among the exclusion pa~ j Suture citizens, and the speaker con-
ty wwa isuch that it would be a Wlw ] sid-wed th,at the time had arrived
step tn Arst of all exclude such char-i-wJlen the rost,-iCtive tariffs against
acters from the country, after whlci j British Columbia should be removed
the people would be Setter able i-Vi ny the transportation companies. Oiv-
form sane and definJSe opinions cn.j^n a fair rate on the railroads, ue-
the subject  of Asiatic  immigration.     1 tiers   would   soon   pour    into  British
Tbe industrial   and   the    economic   Columbia and settle the country.
side of tthe  situation  had  been fully j     An   important  question  dealt   with
a-scussefl time and again by the sev-jDy Mr. Henderson was tie evasion of
eral speakers   who had  appeared  on   the laws of the land by the Asiatics.
passengers on the steamer Curacao, 1 Charles Musson, lost her life. She
which ai rived here from Mazatlan J was attempting to light the fire and
yesterday. Sixteen persons are said|as the wood would n��t burn she used
io have' keen .drowned hy tiie torrential downpour and more than fifty
houses washed away.
coal oil. When she applied a light
;(m e.xrloshjn occurred,'the stove be-
| lng blown to atoms.   The little glrl'a
dress caught fire and 6he was terribly?
The  rain was preceded by a hurri-. burned  about  the  body.      She    was-.
��������� i    which blew with great fury fo; { ;'lu,le  in  Ule  hou&8 aiul her shrieks
upwards of twelve hours.    Small craft  of terror nrou8ed the entire ^^��"
i hood.    Several   people  were soon  on.
in the harbor were sunk and a num-1 the ^,m ,mA they extinguiihed th���
ber of larger vessels badly damaged, i fire m_ carried tne girl out of th3
As the deluge struck the town the , housu in ,in unconscious condition,
people were caught up and those in she was brought to the General hos-
the main path of the storm hail uo | plta] iR_r0| where she di,eil at 1;43
chance to escape. Several were car-Ufcis morning, suffering terrible ag-
ried out to sea. ' onv
MOB OF HINDU BAITERS   | FISHING NET CASE
IS FOILED BY POLICEi        IS ^ UNSETTLED
lublk- pdatform and -debated the euu-
jeet,   but    so far very little had heen
Health  regulations were    ignored iy
Chinese,   who   lived   together   herd-? 1
said im what  was. in his opinion, the .in a ramshackle dwelling in which no
white man would be allowed by the
authorities to make his home. Sanitary regulations were insisteil upon
In the homes of the white population
Of this city, but In Chinatown things
were very different The Orientals
should be compelled to submit to the
laws of the country, aud  should not
tha
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j Pope Compelled to
Cancel All Engagements
���Paris, Nov. 3.���A dispatch to the
Bolalr today from Home says th.it
Pope Plus has been obliged to can-
Ml all appointments and keep to hU
tXtd on account of an attack of heart
trouble.
have been called into consultation on
the Pope's Illness nnd say that th3
attack is one of rheumatism from
walks in the damp Vatican gardens.
They do not think the patient's lieu.'t
jpfrefessors  Marciriifavu and  Pilg-d  action alarming.
most important factor of all In the
greal Question. Very little empoasia
had ln'-ciii placed on the democracy of
ilie Individual, and this phase was
without doubt the most important of
all. The Japfanese and Chinese Immigrants would never be imbued with
the spirjr. of democracy possessed by
the average Canadian, and would nev-   be  shown   any   preference    over
er,  as  individuals,  he  the  equals. BO-   white men.
clally or otherwise, of men of Can- a warning to his hearers to steer
aelian pasentage. The ability to think ] clear of political bias was uttered by
and act for oneself was not at all ih; jthe preacher towards the close of his
velopod ta the thousands of coolioe isermon, who declared that the authcr.
who were being Imuught into Canada ji^b were doing all in their power ���<>
month after montl). and it made settle the question. He made refer-
thinkers shudder when the posslbtli- Lnce to pop-gun politicians and parti-
ties of unrestricted Immigration vera |nn papers which merely looked upon
considered. I the  agitation  as  bringing    grist    to
This unrestricted immigration was their mills, and warned the congrega-
not only bad for the nation; it was j tjon against being led astray by ihe
bad for the individual as well. It was puerile arguments of men who hal
hopelesa to ever BuppoBe that a Jaj- only their own petty interests to ad-
anese could ever be transformed in*o I vance, and  who were too shallow to
a Canadian, with like ambitions, aims
and lofty ideas. While one nation
should be tolerant (if the privileges
granted to another nutlon, it was better for the future of the world lhat
races which had nothing in common
Bhould work out their own destinies
In their own lands.   Quoting Rudyanl
)ie taken seriously.
"Live to make Canada white; look
upon the lofty mountain towering towards the skies. Mould your national character after the purity of the
unsullied snow that covers, like ;.
mantle, the peaks of uplifted giants,
l/ook upwards for guidance, manfully
Kipling's famous lines to emphasize i keep up the light, and let the morio
his meaning, "For east is east, nnd. 'White Canada' reign sublime in
west   is   west,  nnd  the    twain   ne'er your hearts."
Argument by counsel in the Inslev
Everett, Nov. 3.���Mill workers and . vs. Gilley case, which was instituted
laborers of all classes made a dem- with the object of recovering flOO a'-
onstration last night against the Hin- j leged damages to a fishing net was
du population of this city. The La- heard in the local county court by
borers collected in a crowd of about' Judge Cane on Saturday morning and
500 people and marched down tha judgment was reserved to give His
water front, shouting and singing, to Honor an opportunity to look up tlv^
the Hindu quarters, near the saw-; references supplied by the lawyers.
tn''1Is- I     As ,he question of the condition of
Tbe shacks occupied by the East, the weather on the day in March last
Indians were found empty, and the , when the damage is alleged to hav.->
mob, enraged at not finding the gam \ ] been done, enters largely into th^
wrecked a number of the small build- -. merits of the suit, A. Whealler f r
ings. They then marched on to the ; the defendant, asked leave to call H
mills, scouring ever, cornor for the A. Wilson, agent for the nieteorolo-i-
llindus. Finding none, the lotecs cul survey in Canada, and permission
gradually dispersed. . was   granted.    Mr.   Wilson   produced
The police had been informed thai records showing that on the day Jn
a demonstration against the Hind i question the wind was blowing about
mill workers was to be made, and half a dozen miles an hour ' Mr
had housed all the foreigners in th.'j Whealler in his argument held that
���tation for the night. About twenty-] the plaintiff'had violated the regul'i-
five of the East Indians Will remain tions by stretching his net across the
in the protection of the city during channel,
the night. The reply of W. Norman Bole, K. C.
Mayor Jones addressed the mob ad-   for the plaintiff, was that the d'efend-
vislng it to keep within the law.   He   ant  company  could  have  avoided   a
has wireel Gov. Mead for authority to j collision with the net if their captain
call out  the militia    if  necessary   U>  had used ordinary prudence
suppress   the   outbreak.     The   police!     The  case  was  heard  several  days
ago in the New Westminster court.
say this will not be necessary
Increased Salaries
in Sight for Teachers
The   ss..'   .ge   question    which  has   is every prospect that a substantial
heen agitating the minds of the school : raise of salaries  will  be allowed all
teachers of the citv and the trustees   down the llst' but as the trustees havo
during the last six months, will he dis- ' "^er cl'SCUSSe(1 the ���^<* as yet 4���
a  formal manner, it is impossible to
posed  of at the meeting of the New , say just wh[U (he ^ Qf ^^^ ^
Westminster school board which will   be.   The new schedule will becanr ef-
he held on Thursday evening,   There   foetive on January 1st m>xt. UUP.  IWU
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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
LEADS IN CONTEST
Condense,
Advertisesnes^ts
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V.NTED���POSITION  AS  HOTEL
eer Bookkeeper; ._,<hm1 ��v
I bought a pair of "No Name" Shoes;
The Shoeman said to me
"These goods are our own make,madam;
We only charge you"      ....
Next day I had to take them back,
They made my feet so sore;
Just full of little threads and tacks-
Cork insoles       	
Then, in another week or so,
I found one evening (rather late)
The counters going down behind;
New ones cost      - ...
In just three weeks the soles were through,
Which meant a case of fix;
I took them to my dealer-
Charges      - - -
The tinkering with my "No Name" Shoes,
As sure as I'm alive,
Has made them cost me more than
So when I buy new shoes again,
(I've thought the matter over),
I get the celebrated make���
J. and T. Bell's���for      -      -
Voters Poll   Big
Sunday School and Secure
Substantial Lead.
TTTANTBl
VV    Cle
v_^+_-_   -fnv  perience;   besl  of  refi rences.    Appl]
VOte   I01   .;.. P. ..  Box 693
WANTED
ii    houses
GIRL   1"< "St   GENERAL
���work.   Small family. Good
wanes.    Apply southwest corner  Fifth
ii venue eine! Fifth  Bl reet.
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! Voting Contest
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The pasl ween saw more votes cast
$300 1 ,i~
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WA NTED ��� HOI'S E   TO    1. B N 1'
ahout   |18   per  month.    Write!
' forth  in another column,  than were   L'.r care Daily News.
registered during any previous week j _��������� -��� ^.J
, since the competition was commen--j W    UBderstand shorthnnel and type j
eel.    Thirty-eight hundred votes were  wrjting.     Apply    Schaake    .Machine'1
, cast for the Holy Trinity church Sun-1 vv'orks, Fronl  street.
day schoo] alone, with the resuli that i ,	
1 Holy Trinity  was  raised  from a po- -TO   ��� > ������       m   ' -'"
ist to the ! -
$1.56
$528
$5.00
$4.00
si tlon near the tool of the
premier position.   Interest in the-competition is growing, and votes are b
ing cast in the hox at the D. S. Curtis' drug store at a much faster rate
than ;it any time heretofore.   The 8'
Andrew's Sunday  school comes Becond in th" list and the Royal Columbian hospital  third.
Following is the preseni Btanding:
Salvation   Army    L151
Queen's Av.  Methodisi church...1157
Columl ieen College    103
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J-      room,   near
Victoria stre -t.
ibrary,    A: >; ��� i \
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St. Paul's Ii. E. church... .
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDING 1>AV
school wants work with good family in return tor room and board;
want.; time tor sn I;. Api Ij Box
545, city.
TIMBER l.A.M.s - \, i.   DEAL   Exclusively In timber.    Have large
and  Bmall  tracl;  on  �� iter,    i:   you
wish to buy or Bell, bi e me.    E. it
Chandler,  107   Hastings  Bt.,   Vancou
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!A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES)
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!     j
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THIS  ELEGANT   LIBRARY INCLUDING   125    VOLUMES    AND t
HANDSOME  CASK   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE ���
BOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER   SE *
CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OP   VOTES   IN  THE   FOL \
LOWING   MANNER : ���
The merchants listed below will give  with each 10c cash  put
chase c ne  vote.
Tin' contest  began  Aug,  23rd,  1907,    and will close   Jan. :���;:
1908,  at   7   p. m
A ballol box ri placed in  Ir S, Curtis  & ('n'r, drug .-tore,   ..:,.  .   ��
St. Andrew's Sunday school 3349
K. of 1'  725
Sl Mary's church      *''-'
Public  Library     ^|'
High  School    1658
St. Barnabas Sunday school 2267
A. F. & A. M    131 I
Two    FURNISHED    ROOMS    TO
rent, with fireplace     Third ave
nue, Mi' ni i house from Sixth stn
Writ* P, o. Mux 17-.
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EMEMBER, SIPPRELL DOES
the neatest ami cheapest work in
the rubber st imp business, :e: ��� man
ufacturer of Uncle Hill Oil- John
Sipprell, l i'i Secon I sl reet, .N't"-1
Wei' tninstei.
OliVe
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Baptist   church        nil
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St. Peter's cathedral .
Woodmen of the Worl
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Holy Trinity   	
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'RAYED���BLACK   AND   Willi'.',
j ear-old Heifer.   Return to John
\nio!il, Scot: road, or advise by mail.
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Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
i;THUGS  STEAL  GOLD
I FROM   MAN'S   TEETH
:      St. Louis, Nov.   1.���Julius Geiger, a
! newspaper    reporter,   staggered    into
the  police   station    early     yesterday
j mornin ;,  his   hi ad   cul   and   bruise I,
-   and  his mouth   terribly   Lacerated  aa
��� the  resull  of an encounter  w7lh two
X thugs,  who had  knocked  oul  two of
��� his gold filled teeth .iinl stolen them.
���      Geiger was i'ii his waj  home when
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WAI.IH DESIRES COMFORTABLE
home with refined family on fruil
ranch. Terms n>> objecl i:' surround
ings pleasant.    M.     II.. News office.
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OH SALE���70 ACRES OF GOOD
farn b.-... an i fruit land; partly
cleared; l-l mile from Chiiliwack
train line. For particr.l irs write "T"
.'. o. Box 372.
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45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH
��� Tie
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
..n year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
DR.   MATMERLY
Optician  .uel  doctor of Ophlli
alruolgy.     Cures   XervouB   anl
i- footpads   sprang  upon   him    and I Chronic Headaches by skillfully pres-
Iragged him Into an alley.   They went  cribeti glass:.-.    Parlors on Sixth St..
through hri clothes, obtaining hut 35   Murchie block. New Westminster
cents".   Geiger grew facetious and rebuked thi :n for holding up a newspaper man.   As they swore at their poor
luck, Geiger laughed heartily, and  a I
ra    of light  disclosed the gold filling 1
::e hri upper front  teeth.
"Oh,   well,   tin-   isn't   sm   had." said
one of the thugs, as he felled Geiger
wiih  a  blow  on  the  head    witli the
butt ee:' his revolver.
Then  they  pried     Geiger's   mouth
:: ' :':i a stick, and with the use of I
.  : rety nail  and  the butt of the re- j
volver  for  a   hammer,  they  knockeel I
out  the  filled  teeth and gave  Oeri' ir
a few parting kicks and decamped.
Hides Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paia
The Best of Everything
^T READYF0RTHEF^S?^
YfStfJurw  ��ASH RAV30N.R^fy
V FU.    ���       165.C0UWVAJTW.VV<^|X.
\ ��������� i are I i  '���������.   deposited.
At the close of the contesi the   Lo Ige, Socii t; . ( tmrch or s h
having   received   the   largesl number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when  prompt!) paid an  entitled lo voti
Remember, votes can  be securi I   ���:   trading with the ii itn-  .
ed below,
Library   Is  on  exhibition  ut   W,   E.
D.  S. CurtlB  will  count   the  votes.
���s' furniture stem.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &.   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
Hinder new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E.  RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
O.   S.   CURTIS   &.   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End   Grocery
THE   CAILY   NEWS   PUB.   CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &   CO.
Books nnd  Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice    Cream
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CENTRAL   LIVERY    STABLES   ���
S.   H.  Thompson,  Prop.
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Good to Eat     Canadian Pacific
Ladies' and Children's
Flannelette and Woven
Underwear
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Street I
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000 At   KENNY'S  Cafe
RAILWAY COMPANY
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
i'i   12   WALKER,  President. ALEX.  LAIRD,  Gene.v.l   Manage)
A GENERAL  BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers for    their  banking   business.     Sales   Notel
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING  BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be rnaae or witrrirawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS 730 TO 9 P.M.
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Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
��� i remind hi.s ol 1 patrons
������: well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglass* s are constantly ���>��� In i
added to bis large stock of
optical goo Is. Mi- wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to ;��� '
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVI:!.
DAILY  TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,  Sleeper   and
Tourist
Leav      al   ':: 15   p.   rn .  and   makes
[on I      Ko ,'!���:, '    joints,  also
������ . Paul an I ' rie rates and
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ED. GOULET,
���        ..  Westminster
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��� .  |   ���,. nt   p(        ���.. ������    \ri ii ouver.
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W.  E.   TALE'S
MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE
ij i mu tin' pioneer Furniture
.���. Director -mil __.mbaln.er, an
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'���J ami will give you better v..
%   in tin' city.   Tr
i..i House Furnishings Dealer, Funeral
i will sell you anything in my line cheap
��� than wm cm gel in emi  other place
y inc.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST^
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & it Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R
&z N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway (or Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r"iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
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EMPRESSES"!
18.000  {EMFRE88  OF  BMTAIN 114,600
H. Power | i;UPR[-.S3 OF IKELANU /      T0N��
...  tin . ���������������'���������, Nov. lb
r.i..,,.-  . ul Ireland sails Nov. I!1)
Quer.cc   lo   Liverpool.
Em] rei    Irel md    btuv.   1
Lake  Champtein    Nov.   ���)
I Empress  Britain    Nov. Lo
Lake  Erie    Nov. 23
From St. John to Liverpool.
I Empress Ireland    Nov. 2b
Lake Manitoba  Ow.   7
Empress  Britain    Dec. IK
Christmas nt Home.
Reduced rates now offered.
When   buying 1 ickets  to  and   from
I the Old Country, book with iih ninl i.H.
! benefit of reduced rates ami beal ac
1 com modal ion.       For   lull   particulars,
apply to
ED.  COI'LIOT,
c. I', u. Agent.
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V  -'\n Minis of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason-
>$   able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    Now goods arriving daily.
}�����   I have sold the block and am still doing business in  the same place
!���!   anil in the same old way.
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Wall Papers in endless \ riety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. L oleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 ,ier set. Carpets, all yrades and
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up. Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
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Rapid Easy
Binders
''an be run with either steam \,u\\i.'i'
horBe power or windmill���the easlesl
"unning grinders made,
SI raw   and   Fee I   Cutlers  in  tri'"<
si/, s.    Our  pulpers  and   sllcers  ei
ni i Ic   with   revi rslbie  knives,  or '���.
reversing the.handle,    -Ml are roll*
:m I   ball  bearings,
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rlster and  Solicitor.    Chambers.   (rii 11 id rim    Hani,   of   Commerce
buihiimi. New Westminster, B. C.
A.YIIIOALLKIt.    BARRISTER,   SO-
���  licltor, etc.,    l-  Borne  Street,
opposite Court   House,  N'ew  \\'( rimi'i-
ster.    I'lioiu! Bl:;.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. Barristers ..mi solicitors, Blackie Blk.
Coluiiil".:i 'treet, New Westminster.
W. J. Wh.teside, H. L. Edmonds.
MR. .1. HAMPTON BOLE, solici-
tot ' Hie supreme court. OlBces
Canadian Bank of Commerce bull'd
Ing, Columbia street, opposite post
offlce, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
etc
MAi'TlN WE ART &
ija.Tlsters icilcltoi
flees: riew Westminster, frapp Uik.,
corner Clarkson and Lome st reels.
Vanoouver, rooms 21 to 24, 44a ".run
ville street. .1 >soph Martin, K. C, j
W. Wean, w. tl. McQuarrie, II. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wifl be ln th;
West minster offices every Friday af
ternoon
GEORGE E. MARTIN, iriirrriitor and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westmlnstei, li. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Uurrlster, Solicitor i
anil Nm.ery Public, in practice since j
18U1 at New Westminster. B.C.   Of
Bees remove.i to Curtis Hlork, Clark
son    street, opposite    Court  House, j
P.O. Hox 1CJ.   Telephone 64.
WP. HANSFORD, Barrister,!
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,;
corner Columbia and McKenzie |
Streets, New Westminster, B. C.
���OARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets In the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Seceind Wednesday of eacb month
Quart &.ly meetings on the secoml
Wednesday of February, May
August aud November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meeting!, on the second
Wednesday of February. Ne*
.members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarter'?
meetlig.   A. E. Whi'e. Sec.
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfellews' hall, Coliun-
bla street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. C. S.
Richmond, X. G.; A.V.D. MCDonsM,
V. C: W. C. Coatham. R. S.; (4. G.
Davy, !���"   S.; Alex. Adams, treasurer.
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
TJie Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning he1 orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
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FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p. m., in the Eagles'
hall. Columbia street. F. J. Lyndh,
W.   Pros :   II.  Schofield,  Set retary.
A. 0. Li. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings tbe first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordinllv invited to attend.
Lodgv room, A. 6. U. W. hall, Oddfellow.,' block. Clarkson street, C.
S. Coeiriirnu. recorder; Geo. Bacon,
master workman.      '
Mail Service
H08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rone Degree meets Seoend and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree. Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
OOrdieally invititel. Iv L. Webber president. II. Disney, secretary.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a. in.;  clos*' y, a. in.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
daily.
Millside   No.   ri   daily   except  Sunday;   Sappertoa   No.   1,   daily   except
Sunday.    Mails Received at 6:36 p.m.
Dispatched  by B.  C. Electric railwaj
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver, No.   1,  dailyexcept Sundays.   Return .nail received 'J a, m.
I>.-ipatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m..
.Cloverdale,    JVloomokl,   Port   Kells
j Hazelmere,   Hall's   Prairie,    Hou  Accord,   Blaine   aud   Seattle   (all   points
i in   Washington   and   south,    also   all
points  In eastern  stutes),    daily   ex-
Re.t.urn  mails  received
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Bianr.hes throughout Canada _jn_l New fuundland, and  in  London,   England,
New   York,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Banking  Business Transac te*.
Letters of Credit Issued, available wi tL correspondents in all narts of the
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m. to 9 p.  rs.
N^W WESTMINSTER BRANCH Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the email
halt, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. .'. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell. R. -s.
���COURT ROYAL .COLUMBIA. No. 8008,
A. O. F.���Tito regular meetings of
this Lodge iii'-e held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each mouth
at 8 p. in. In tho Oddfellows' Hull.
Visiting Brethren are cordial; invited to nttend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
T. P. Maxwell, Shc.
,i ������ ���	
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
ftERANCE melt every Wednesday
Bt 8 o'clock p. ni., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia Btreet. Visiting
Brethren are cordially ip vlted to at-
tead, C. Hagginan,, S. C; N. It.
B��M��'n, Secretary.
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATION, LORD CF THE ISLE8
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. ot P. Hall. John McNiven,
Chief; 3. J. Forrester. Rec. Sec.
J. O. O. ft��� Royal City Lodge. No. S
���Meets lc Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Stree.'?, every Friday evening
l at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
! be made welcome. CH. Clow, N.tl.
C..E. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
include the Union l-eodge, No. 9, A.
P. and A. .\T.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L���
No. 1150; L. (). L., No. 1511.'!; Court
Sapperton, No. 4tis;:, I. O. 1<\; C. O.
V.,    Court  Wesl minster.    No.    3110;
I Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 29;
Beulah Relinkah Lodge, No. 5, I. O.
O. P.
', copl   Sunday
| at 3:30 p. m.
Oiaytou, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
j Tynehead, Wednesdays aud Satur-
| days.    Return iua.il received Mondays
1 and Fridays.
| Dispatched by B. C Electric railway,
lOri.O u. ui.:
Vancouver   No.  2;   Victoria,   No.   1;
! Central   Park,   daily   except  Sunday,
; Return mail received at 2  p. in.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p. ni.:
East   Iturnaby, daily except Sunday
Return malls received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier lirioo noon:
Timberland, Tuesday* and Fridays
i Return malls received Tuesdays and
I Fridays.
j Dispatched by C. P. R. riont 1:30 p.m.
daily (closes daily at the same
time Curing winter nionths:
Ladner, Westham Island, Por:
Guichon. Steveston, Sunbury. dailv
except Sunday. Return mails received from 9 ��.. in. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return .mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 3; Victoria, No. 2,
and Burnaby Lake; closes at 3:30 p.
in.; daily execept Sunday. Return
malls received at (i p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    at
2 p. ni.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. m.:
To southern points, dally except
Sunday. Return mail 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:16 p.
in., mall closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C.
P. R. east, second mail). Return mail
received at 1  p. m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coqultlam, daily except 'Sunday. Return mail received at 1 p. ra.
JVTOTISE IN T.'IE DAILY NEWS (ADVERTISE IN TIIE DAILY NEWS
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,  favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY 1
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
Will  be held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
W. J. SIPPRELL,       ....       Principal
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Ptnder St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, S. C.
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Good  Cooking  Eggs
 35c a dozen, 3 doz.
for One Dollar
RAILWAY STRIKE        The  Good  Cheer
MAY BE AVERTED    SJORE
Action  in  Favor of Strike1 ���	
Postponed Temporarily���|      Another Shipment of
Situation Uoks Gloomy. ^   ^^  ^
London,    Nov.    3,���The    prospects JUSt K6C61V6U
tliat. the    President   of the Hoard of q 11 f        dj i   t\f\
Trade, Mr. Lloyd-George, may be able *^ IDS.  lOi  ��J> 1 .UU
ki averl a general railroad strike by
arranging a compromise were brighter
to-day, A full meeting of the Executive Committee en' the Amalgamate:!
Society of Railroad Servants was held
;his morning, and ii was decided to
postpone all iieiinii on yesterday's re
solution in favor of a strike until
after uie conference which Is to take
place wiin .vie. uioyd-George ..ivemb
er 6th, to which h<' has invited the
Society to bi nd representatives. Rich
.nd Bell, M. P., General Secretarj
the Society and leader of the strike
iiiovi menl will probably head the d< l-
i gatlon.
The partisans of the railways refer
to yesterday's resolution as being a
bluff intended to frighten thc railroad
magnates, but the supporters of the
unions say the Amalgamated Society
of Railway Servants has cleared for
iction and thai while it has not actually declared war, it had given its
executive a  mandate for war.
Public feeling against the strike Is
so strong that the men are bound to
go slow so long as the companies
Bhow any disposition to arrive at a
compromise agreement Railroad
shares fell slightly at the opening of
the Stock exchange, but rose later to
their normal quotations, thus reflect.-
Ing the belief In a peaceful outcome
of the situation.
The railroad men have decided to
hold a mass meeting at Albert hall
nere on Sunday night at which deputations from all parts of the United
Kingdom will be present.
Our Offer to You
READ IT !
Every customer purchasing goods
from us EOR CASH will receive Silverware Coujions or Tickets to the value of ten per cent of the amount of
each purchase, and we pledge our
business honor to quote our very lowest cash prices to all such customers. These Coupons or Tickets are
redeemable at our store in any of the
Crown Siiver Plate Co.'s Silverware
you may choose to select.
Our object in offering these elegant
articles of Silverware FREE, is to
serve as an inducement to our customers to concentrate all of their cash
purchases with us. We are enabled
thus to secure our cash discounts
when purchasing our stocks of goods,
and we give our customers th* benefit of the very lowest cash prices, and
furnish their houses with elegant Silverware, made by a reliable firm, Free
of any charge.
Call on us and inspect these beautiful presents.
SPANIARDS  AS  SLAVES.
Report from Philippines that 4.0C0 are i
Held as Slaves.
Madrid, Nov. i.���The Spanish government will probably ask the U. S. j
state department to investigate the
story that more than 4,000 Spaniards'
are held as slaves by the natives of
the island of San Juan Del Mont? In
the Philippines. The story is told by
a man named Bulguera and corroborated by a companion at Valencia nnd
Is accepted as true by the Spanish
press. The government looks on it
doul tfully, bul thinks ii worth Investigating. Bulguera's account is that
captives were either taken by the natives from Spanish expeditions or from
Spanish shins on the coast.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST J
And  can   save  you  50  per  cent-
on a SAFE or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C-
510 Richards St., Phone 2125
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
Xew Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tirna Tables, etc., address
GEO. VY. VA'JX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Kyle & Son
The Home of Plenty
'Phone 276      255 Front St.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE amu t-NUlNE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKIJJUH. and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental iron Worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence lu-
;lted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STKIBJ-IT.
New Westminster. r. o. il*.
Trains & Steamers'
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
Leave New Westminster 8.Da, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45,
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.. ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p'm* ���>*>���'
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER-'
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:65 p. m.    '��� ?
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.'
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m-,
arrive Guichon G pm-
Leave Guichon 0 a- m-, arrive New
Now Westminster 8:30 a. rn-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
��ame hours.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Ye*r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas} the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
170 I1 ALU  IWU
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Condensed
Advertisements
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ANTED���P08ITION AS  HOTEL
or Bookkeeper; good ex-
best of ref< n nces.   Apply
Voters Poll  Big   Vote for ^H/boT^
Sunday School and Secure TTTAXTi:|) <ilUL ���,���, t.l,;x���,,,AK
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I bought a pair of "No Name" Shoes;
The Shoeman said to me
"These goods are our own make,madam;
We only charge you"      ...
Next day I had to take them back,
They made my feet so sore;
Just full of little threads and tacks-
Cork insoles .24
Then, in another week or so,
I found one evening (rather late)
The counters going down behind;
New ones cost      - .48
In just three weeks the soles were through,
Which meant a case of fix;
I took them to my dealer-
Charges      - - - - $1.56
Substantial Lead.
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housework.   Small family. Good
j wages.   Apply southwest corner Fifth i
1 avenue enn! Fifth street.
The pasl ween saw more votes oast
in the free library competition, as eet
! forth   in another column,  than were
registered during any  previous week
: since the competition was commenced.   Thirty-eight hundred votes wee,'
J. cast tor the Holy Trinity church Sun-
T day schoo] alone, with the result th9t
��� Holy Trinity was raiseel from a po-
X siiiein near the foot of the list to the
T  premier position.   Interest in the-com-
��� | petition is growing, and votes are b
ANTED
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HOl'SE   TO    RENT
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rANTEJD���OFFICE  CLERK, MUST
understand shorthand and type
writing.       Apply     Schaake     Machine
Works. Front   street.
TO RENT���ON
room,   near   Library
Victoria street.
FURNISHED BED-
Apply  287
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ing cast in the box at  the I). S. Cur- ',1    _. , , , ,���.
! tf    school Wl
tis'  drug store  at  a  much  faster rat.
ihan at any time heretofore. The S'
Andrew's Sunday school comes second in the list and the Royal Colum'
HOY ATTENDING DAY
ants work with goo I family  in return  for  room    and   board;
wants   time   for   stilly.      Apply   Ilox
bio, city.
The tinkering with my "No Name" Shoes,
As sure as I'm alive,
Has made them cost me more than      -      $5.00
So when I buy new shoes again,
(I've thought the matter over),
I get the celebrated make���
J. and T. Bell's���for      -      - -      $4.00
tc oa.   %  "ian 'losi>i'al third.
���po m.o   j      Following is ihe- presen; Btandin
4   Salval ion   Army   	
Y  Queen's Av.  MethodiBt  cl
-SOLD BY-
IHE RELIABLE
SHOEMAN
TIMBER LANDS ~\\ i. DEAL Exclusively in timber, Have large
1151 and Bmall tracts on water, if you
1157   wish  tei  buy or sell,  Bee  nn'.    K.  U.
��� Columbian College   403   Chandler,   107   Hastings  St.,   Vancou
X  I. o. o. _���'.. n.i. ;: 1184 ; ver, B, C.
J si. Andrew's Sunday school 3349
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4   St  Mary's  church        62
%   ', ubllc  l.: rary     280
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REMEMBER,     SIPPRELL     DOES
the neatest ami cheapest work in
12  the rubber stamp business, also man
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Penitentiary   	
St. Paul's  R,  E. church. .
olive t   Baptist church   ..
St. Peter's cathedra]
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Arnold, Scott reiid. or advise by mail.
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
| Eighth ave. and Second St.        'Phone 333
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NVALID   DESIRES COMFORTABLE
home with refined family on trull
ranch.    Terms no objecl  if surround
inga  plea.--.in'.     Miss   ll..   News  office.
FOR SALE���70 ACRES OP GOOD
farming and fruil land; partly
cleared; l-l mile from Chiiliwack
tram line. For particulars write "T"
��� ���. o. Box 372.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU  BANK  WITH
��� lhe
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
-a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
THUGS   STEAt  GOLD
FROM MAN'S TEETH
Si. Louis, Nov. :.���.lulius Geiger, .1
newspaper reporter, staggered Into
tlie police station early yesterday
morning, his hi ad cut ami bruise!.
and his mouth terribly Lacerated as
the resuli of an encounter wTlh two
ai thugs, who had knocked out two ofl      DR.    HATHERLY
* !iri __<del filled leeth anil stolen them. t___*\ Optician ami doctor of Ophite
Herii'i- was en his way home wh u "vf^" almolgy, Cures N'ervoui anl
���he- footpads sprang upon him and Chronic Headaches by skillfully pres-
Iragged him into an alley. They went cribeti glasses. Parlors on Sixth St.,
through his clothes, obtaining lint 35 .Murchie block, New Westminster
cents. Geigi r grew facetious and rebuked tile-in for holding up a newspaper man. As tbey Bwore at their poo;'
luck, Geiger laughed heartily, .ami a
ray of light disclosed the gold filling
in his upper front teeth.
"Oh, well, this isn't so batl." Baid
one of the thugs, as he felled Geiger
with a blow on the' head with the
butt of his revolver.
Then  they pried     Geiger's   mouth
Hides Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paia
open with a stick, and wiih ihe use of j
a   rusty   nail  and  tlie  butt   of the  re- 1
volver  foi'  a   hammer,   they  knocked
out   the  filled teeth ami gave Geiger i
a few parting kicks and decamped.
I      The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
K    li.   WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,   General   Managei
The Best of Everything!
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Good to Eat     Canadian Pacific
At KENNY'S Cafe
RAILWAY COMPANY
A GENERAL  BANKING    BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every facility  afforded   Farmers for    their banking   busines-.-    Sales   Notei
cashed   or taken  for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits    may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every a Uention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
OPEN  SATURDAY EVENINGS 7 30 TO 9 P.M.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his ohl patrons
BB well as prospective customers, tliat. new style of eyeglasses ar.' constantly being
added to his large stock of
Optical gOO Is, Mi' wishes all
to call to lool;, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
DAILY  TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,   Sleeper  and
Tourist
Leav  -    at   ri 15   p.   tn.,   and   makes
m ie   I :e  f ir Kootenay  points, also
St,  Paul  an !  Chicago,     for  rates and
particul ev appl;   to
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Xi w Westminster
ur te, 'v .!. COYLE,
.'.s it. 1 ii nl. I'.'- 1.   \-'ri Vancouver.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Spokane Talis & Northern Ry Co.
NeSson & Tt. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage f'lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
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Empress  Ireland   Nov,    1
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Empress   Britain    Nov. 15
Lake  Erie   Nov. ii'l
From St. John to Liverpool.
Empress  Ireland    Nov. 29
Lake Manitoba   Dec.   7
Empress  Britain    Dec. 13
Christmas nt Home.
Reduced rates now offoreil.
When buying tickets to and from
the Old Country, book with us and get
benefit, of reduced rates and best accommodation. For full particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
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Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
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Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
(under new  management 1
ionel    Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
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Books and  Stationery
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Wall Papers in endless > riety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. L oleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
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MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1907
TIIE DAILY XEWS.
PAGE THREE
PROFESSIONAL
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NORM W BOLE, K. C, BARr
rister ami Solicitor. Chambers, Canadian Hani, of Commerce
buildiii.:.  N'ew Westminster, 1!. ('.
A.VilEAUri.K.    BARRISTER,   SO-
��   licltor, etc,    42   Lorne  Street,
opposite  Court  House',   .New  \Y(<tmi'l-
ster.    Phone 143.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk..
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Wh.toside, H. L. Edmonds.
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.1. -��� HAMPTON BOLE, solictor .i the supreme court. Offices
Canaeliao Bank of Commerce bull'd
ing, Columbia street, opposite post
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
MAi'TiN WEART et y.-;< .ritirib
��� a.-i-ilers lOilcltors-. ���.<<- 'Ji-
flees: New Westminster, frapp Bik.,
corner Clarkson and Lome streets.
Vancouver, rooms HI to 24, 44a riran
Ville streel. .1 iseph Marl in, K. C, j
W. Weait, W. <i. McQuarrie, II. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wi?l he In th;
Westminster olllces every Friday af
ternoon
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block:, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New West
mlnstei,  B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
and Notary Public, in practice since ;
18'jl at New Westminster. B.C. Of
flees removed to Curtis Block, Clark
Son street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 1CJ.   Telephone 64.
WF.   11 A N S F O R D,    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner      Columbia     aud      McKenzie i
Streets, New Westminster, R. C.
���OARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets ln the
Board Kootn, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month
Quarterly meetings on the seconel
Wednesday of February, May
August and November, at 8 p. m
Annual meetings on the necond
Wednesday of February. New
.mefribers may be proposed and
electee! at any monthly or quarter'i
meetisg.   A. E. Whi'e, Sec.
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
Tlie Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchaeSes for the day. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning he1 orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
RAILWAY STRIKE The  Good  Cheer
MAY BE AVERIED   5JQRE
Action in  Favor of Strike1
Postponed Temporarily���
Situation  Looks Gloomy.
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. fri���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are hebl in Oddfellews' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
St 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. C, S.
rilchmoad. N. G.; A.V.B. MCBouKM,
V. <;.: W. C. Coatham, It. K.: G. G.
Davy. F   S.; Alex. Adams, treasurer.
Mr Pusinessman should take advantage of, and
vertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make
perative to large profits and quick returns.
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FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES.
Aerie No. 'rii���Meets every Tuesday ;
evening  at  S   p.   in .  In   the   Eagles'
hall. Columbia street.   F. J. Lyndh,  Dispatched by C. P. R. train at  8:
W.   Pres.:   II.  Schofleld,  Set retary. a. tn.;  close 8 a.m.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and thlrel Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lo<!g>' room, A. 0. U. W. hull, Odd-
fellow?;' block, clarkson street, C.
S. Cornpiu. recorder; QeQ, Bacon,
master workman.     '
R08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
116, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Rod Rone Degree meets Seoend and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
coriliialev iieviioei. !���:. I.. Webber president, ll. Mii-iiey, secretary.
COURT BReUHETTE, No. 4099, I.D.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday tn the
month at 8 o'clock, In the (small
lull, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren aiee cordially Invited to attend.    J. E-  Rushton, C. R.J  F. P.
Maxwell. R. a.
��� COURT ROYAL.COLUMBIA. No. S008.
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge aw held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. in. In the Oddfellows' Hull.
Vlsltlni' Brethren are cordials lasted to attend. F. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, S*c.
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TME ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PJERANCE m��x.t every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. nt.t in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia Btreet. Visiting
Brethren are cordially ip vlted to attend, (!. Ilaggman. S. C; N. R.
Brwirn, Secretary.
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
���OCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP* 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. Of P. Hall. John McNiven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester. Rec. Sec.
.1, 0. 0. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets ii.' Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Stw.ri every Friday evening
I   At 8 o'clock.    Visiting brethren will
!   be made welcome.   OH. Clow, N.G.
' CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union I-odge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; Kins Solomon LeOdge,
NO. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; I-. O. B., No. ir.i��r!; Court
Bapperton, No. 40S3. 1. O. F.; C. O.
F., Court Westminster, No. 3110;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 211;
Beulah Rebukah Bodge, No. 5, I. O.
O. F.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
daily.
Millside No. 1, daily except Sunday;   Sapperton   No,   I,  dally  except
1 Sunday.    Mails Received at 6:36 p.m,
Dispatched   by B.  C. Electric  railwa;-
Co., 7:4a r.. in.:
Vancouver, No.   1,  dallyexcept Sundays.    Return mail received 'J a. in.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m..
.Cloverdale,    .NLooniekl,   Port   Kells
Hazelmere,   Hai I'e   Prairie,    Bou  Accord, Blaine  aad .Seattle'   (all  points
; iii   Washington  and  south,    also  all
points in eastern states),    daily  excepl   Sunday.    Saturn mails received
J at 3:30 p. m.
Oiayton,   Tuartay-B  and  Thursdays;
i Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   Saturdays.    Return mall received Mondays
i and Frhlays.
j Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:80 u. m.:
Vancouver   NO,   ";   Victoria,   No.   1;
! Central    Park,   daily   except   Sunday,
, Return  mall received  at 2  p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, L: IS p, m.;
Kasl  Burnaby, daily except Sunday
'Return mails received at  1:10 p, m.
Dispatched by carrier 12:00 noon:
Timber land, Tuesdays uud Fridays
i Return malls received Tuesdays and
j Fridays.
j Dispatched by C. P. R. boat 1:30 p.m.
dailj   (closes  daily  at  the  same
time during winter months:
Ladner,     Westham     Island,     Port
Guichon,    Steveston,   Sunbury.    dally
except Sunday.    Return mails received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No.  3;  Victoria,  No. '__,
and Burnaby Lake;  closes at 3:.'10 p.
in.;   daily execejit   Sunday.      Return
mails received a; 0 p. in.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mall    at
2 p. ni.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. m.:
To southern points, daily except
Sunday. Return mail 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p.
in., mall closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C.
P. R. east, second mail). Return mail
received at 1  p. m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coquitlam, dally except 'Sunday. Return mall received at 1 p. m.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000-000.00
Branches throughout Canada untl New founuland, and   in   London,   England,
N'ew   York, Chicago and Spoka ne, U_S.A��� and Mexico City.     A General Banking  Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wi t.L correspondents In all  oarts of the
Worl el.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent per anaum (present rate) added
four times a ye'.r.
Total Assets over JtC8,000.000.00.
Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m. to 9 p.  ra.
NSW WESTMINSTER BRANC H q. d. BRYMNER. Manager.
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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ISE IN THE DAILY NEWS   ADVJQRTIBH IN THE DAILY NEWS
Will  be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
W. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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'.' .    ei,    Nov.    3.���The    prospect
iat tut'    ['resident    of the Board of'
le. le, Mr. Lloyd-George, may be able
io aver'  a general railroad strike by.
arranging a compromise were brighter I
to-day.   A fun meeting of the Executive Committee of the  Amalgamated
Society of Railroad Servants was held
tiiis mon ing, ami  i:  was decided to
postpone all action on yesterday's i
solution in lri\o:    of   a   Btrike   until
after tne conference which  is to take
place witu Mr, uioyd-George ..jvemb
��r 6th, to which   b<' has   Invited   the
Society to send representatives.  Richard Bell, M.  P., General Secre a
the Society   and   leader of the strike
movement will proba ilj head the di 1-
i gation.
The partisans of the railways refer
in yesterday's resolution a.s being a
bluff intended io frighten the railroa 1
nagnates, but the supporters of the
mions say the Amalgamated Society
of Railway Servants has cleared for
iction and thai while it has not actually declared war, it had given its
executive  a  mandate  for  war.
Public reeling against the strike i;
so strong that the men are bound to
go .slow so long as the companies
show any disiiosition to arrive at a
compromise agreement Railroad
shares fell slightly at the opening of
the Stock exchange, but rose later to
'.heir normal rpiotations, thus reflec'.-
in^r the belief in a peaceful outcome
of the situation.
The railroad men have decided to
hold a mass meeting at Albert hall
here on Sunday night at which deputations from nil parts of the United
Kingdom will be present.
Another Shipment of
Alberta Creamery Butter
Just Received
3 lbs. for $1.00
Good  Cooking Eggs
 35c a dozen, 3 doz.
for One Dollar
Our Offer to You
READ IT !
Every   customer   purchasing    goods
j from  us FOR CASH will  receive Silverware Coupons or Tickets to the value of ten  per cent of the  amount of
each   pure-iiasc.    ami     we  pledge  our
business honor to quote our very low-
i est cash  prices to all    such custom-
j ers.    These  Coupons  or  Tickets  are
redeemable at our store ln any of Uie
Crown  Silver  Plate Co.'s Silverware
you may choose to select.
Our object in offering these elegant
articles of Silverware FREE, is to
serve as an inducement to our customer to concentrate all of their cash
purchases with us. We are enabled
thus to secure our cash discounts
when purchasing our stocks of goods,
and we give our customers th* benefit of the very lowest cash prices, and
furnish their houses with elegant Silverware, made by a reliable firm, Free
of any charge.
Call on us and inspect these beautiful presents.
SPANIARDS  AS  SLAVES.
Report from Philippines that 4.0C0 are
Held as Slaves.
Madrid. Nov. .���The Spanish government will probably ask the U. S.
state department to investigate the
story that more than 4,00(1 Spaniards
are held as slaves by the natives of
the island of San Juan Del Mont? in
the Philippines. The story is told by
a man named Bulguera and corroborated by a companion at Valencia and
Is accepted as true by the Spanish
press. The government looks on it
doubtfully, but thinks it worth investigating. Bulguera's account is that
captives were either taken by the natives from Spanish expeditions or from
Spanish ships on the coast.
Kyle & Son
The Home of Plenty
'Phone 276      255 Front St.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ANU UJJNUINB
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BHtlJUHl and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK,
Ornamental   iron   Worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire hiscapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in-
| nted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE 8TKJ-.H1T.
New Westminoter. f. o. 47��.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST \
And   can   save   you  50   per  cent-
on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C-
510 Richards St., Phone 2125
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box  545.
4.���.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tirna Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VA'JX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster StU"), 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, IS:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:45, 16:30, IS:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45,
lenves 13:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.ncu -
V.,  W. & Y���VANCOUVER-' "
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:65 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
j arrive Guichon C pm-
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
and 8 a, m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver ror Westminster at
mme hours.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alii their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call oo or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT, PAGE  FOUR
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
KlONDAV, No\
South Vancouver
Ferris  Road
I am now  offering ihe' balance of the 1 5 of ;r.e acre block on
the Cloverdale estate at prices which defy competition.
They are eill practically cleared and In clover, ;iml an  c
to  tho  proposed   extension of the North Arm road car line and
within easy distance of the city; and  all  l  am asking  tor 'lies-'
high  anel  well  situated lots is $325 each, and  very easy terms.
ISABEL  IRVING.
Mi s Isabel Irving, she of the golei-
eii  hair and the Bllvery  voice whose
admirers eeiv legion, will appear at the
Opera    House,    November 7.    in the
Fitch play, "The cirl Who
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100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
. lied America's   most    prolific play-
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supplied ��� e establish eli" facl  that in'
can ileal as adroitlj as lhe' next one
wiili tiii' .-mail talk, the wit, tlie ban-
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i osilj Into liis plays. In ������'lhe' (ii: ]
Who lies Everything," Mr. Fitch has
��� ii ��� mstrated that these features can
ised     -li excellent result 3.
D
AMO
V\._   HAVE   "I .    -
WESTMINSTER
LARGEST  STOCK   Ob    LOOSE
FROM   ONE   SIXTr'  FOURTH
DIAMONDS     IN     NEV/
Tej     THREE     CARAT:
ALL   STEEL   BLUE   WHITE   WES.
WITH  EASTERN  HOUSES.
i__TOiNS.       r-ririCE:.     TO      COeMPETZ
THE DAILY NEwS
Published ley the Dally Xews Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
istreets. New Westminster, B, C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
:riri
. opelh r, et c, v. re bent and twisl I,
and 1 hen oni if the men In ��� h irge
had to slash the Inflated body open
l . low tin' gas ue escape in 01 U r
i-' prevenl the airship from dashing
itself to bits. The provision of a cor-
i and ( nclos . "dock" would thi re-
fore si em  ' 1 be a  necessli y, unle .3
l. government makes its airshi 11
headquarters at New Westminster,
whore we never have any storm-.
worth mentioning.
MONDAY.   NOV.
1901
THE  GRAND TRUNK  PAC
Thn e ye ars ago, the G. T.
a  proposal���a   "paper"
.IFIC.
P.  was
  railway���now
it is u b i construction and part 0!
it, a small _iari Only, is in operation.
When it was fl project only, Liberal
writers and speakers dealt with it as
a project, explaining the plan upon
which it was to bv built, and giving
estimal is e^s to its cost tnd so forth.
Tha; stage having been pass< d, an 1
the whole plan having been thoroughly explained to the people in 1904
and accepted by them at the election
of that year. Liberals have since then
been Inclined to note the progress of
the work and record the points in
which the fact, as shown in practice,
has been better than, or not so good
as, the estimate. Taking the project
eis a whole, there appears no reason
to be dissatisfied���rather the reverse,
in fact; and this, which is matter of
congratulation to all patriotic people,
of whatever political label, is b.v no
means satisfactory to those Tory politicians who are in desperate need of
something out of which they can manufacture effective party ammunition.
Accordingly, we finel Mr. Borden
harking back to the plan, settled anl
disposed of three years ago, and revamping certain statements matle
then. One of these is that the country is to pay for the Eastern section,
lent the railway company will own it.
This is another example of Mr. Burden's weakness and unfitness for leadership. We expect the sort of statement from politicians of a certain
c3a8S���"lesser breeds without the
law." so to speak���but from leaders
we expect statements which will not
at least convey a false idea of the
!rii".r. ri> |]le average heart-1' or reader.
[The Iri T. P. will 'own" the Eastern
section in the sense in which a man
owns the house lie hold's on lease
and pays rent for. I ut in nee other
sense. The real owners ot the line
are the people of Canada, as Mr. Bo"-
den knows very well; and he also
knows that the railway is to pay a
rent, for it which Should meet the interest on its cost. Mr. Borden should
1 ither confine himself to the truth
-when ><lisous-sing public mattetrjs or
else stop talking about purity in poli-
tics. Condemnation of one kind of political corruption becomes mere whining ':,;.: ::i the mouth of a man wh )
indulges in another land���and a more
dangerous because a more subtle
kind.
The G. T. I1, bargain was an infinitely in r- . ae tor Canada than ihe C.
p, i:. bai - in. for which Mr. Borden' ���
party was responsible, and although
ihi' "Pacific scandal" anil all ihe rest
ef the mah dorous business ri unci, nf
hisie>:'y now, it becomes those wh.)
were responsible for i' to be at lea3l
honest in talking aboul thr C. T. P.
project, ami an honest statement ��.''
the facts is all that Liberals ask
for.
Four lots 0:1 Second Street, %���'",
cash, \\ Iiii-. Shiles ev Co.. 260 Col-
11111',ia eri.. 'Phone 35. **
Col. Sunt, of Port Moody, who id
a patienl al I he St. Marj 's hos I ei
is  progressins    satisfactorily  towards
re ( OVI .';.
E. .1. Crean, late' proprietor of 1 .
Guichon hotel, has  moved his   . 1
into the residence of A  E, Haul, tha
latter   having   departi tl   on  Satut 1-.
evening with his family to Ca'.il irnii
to remain during the winter.
C
OOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of Xew Westminster and dis*. -,.t.
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divar
���t-,''Advertise the town  we live i.i     >
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoi'f
friends.
A. E. Rand and lamely lefl on the
G. X. i'.. train Saturday night for Sn-
ittle i'ii route to Callforni 1, whero
thej \ ill remain for some month 1.
Mr. Rand will i e absent from the cit)
about two months, and Mrs. Rand ;
and children will remain in California
during the winter.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silvcir5��iTii3.h     Diamond  Merchant
Columbia Sl., Next Tram Office
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F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
1
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up. ,
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open 1
face, $6.C0. I
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
^ase, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason
ible.
Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
For  QUALITY
the Delia  land cannot  be beattn-   One acre of tints rich, 1
bottom land win produce as much    as    three'    acres of
gravel land.
Here  I    n   piece of choice land at  a bargain:
s acres, ;iil cleared, In garden ami pasture, i', mill
this <i!.'., mi the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunbury posi 1
ami boai  landing, ri  mile trom school, has a Qve-room  ho
in good repair, bam and chicken house, 2 co"ws anl 40 hi
good waterfrontage with wharf building,    boat   ..nil   net,
young fruit trees, a good range all conn, ected-
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
ITS WORTH  CONSIDERING,
livery   problem   th it   takes   into  ac
counl the   payment of   an   insurance
premium   coupled   w Ith   the  poi   I 1
elemenl  of attendant   risk  is  worth>
of careful consideration.
RISK  IS ELIMINATED
i.   our contention  wnen  it   com' s 1
policies written here.    Thai house of
yours needs an extra polic ���. and  .vl'.-.
ne,:   have'  lis   write  II '.'     A    I IJ's   elei iy
ma;.' cost you thousands,   it's the tine1
:., acl and not to procrastinate,   u , ,-
to-day,    We'  represent   th"   Hartford,
Connecticut,    Phenix    and    Insurance (���
Company of North America. , ���
White, Shiles & Co.]
FIRE  INSURANCE  AGENTS I
260   Columbia   St. T
Xew  Westminster,      :    :    :      B. C. j *}
$1250 cash,
Price
balance in o
$2250
(rear.
liaie & Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY*
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   33 5
Iri O. I!n\   2b
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Lot at Sapperton, near the schoo!     $275;   ten
Lot on Eighth street, below Fourth avenue  5;
���1  lots on   Sixteenth  St..  near  tl:.' new tram lim\$550 for the 4. ter
Letts on Fourth avenue, near Eleventh si reet   $475 each, tsi
Look at   my  .1st  before purchasing.
SHOES
EVERYBODY
P. PEEBLES I
eai
Estate
% 270 Columbia Sf.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 301 j
���*������������������������������������������������������*?>.��<>.��� ��������������������������������������������������������������������*-'
The wreck of the big British w._r
I alloon, Melli Secundus, which occurred in thc Crystal Palace grounds,
just .after her .successful trial, has
shown that it will he necessary Lo
provide a closed place���should it be
called a clock, or a roundhouse, or a
stable?���in which to keep these airships when not in us ���. The common
spherical balloon, when nol in use.
i.s emptied of the geas which gives ll
buoyancy, and becomes just, so much
cloth which can be folded up, but the
Melli Secun las and other vessel3 of
like i on lon cannol be fold* d up,
and bi Ing of < ourse \ ������; il- ht, ar"
e asil d 'ive-n by the wind. That is
how tb ' Me iii was i i She .\ i
tethered tc posts on the cycle 1rac'c
and v.ii/.! a sudden g il i came a n -
she tore si "iie of thc | ��� ���: ��� ot .'... I
bounced up anil down til! her fram',
Hardly think there's a Shoe want existing in this
locality that we cannot satisfy.
For instance we have:
Shoes for the Business Man.
Shoes for the Swell Young Fellow.
Shoes for the Working Man.
Shoes for the Man with Tender Feet.
Shoes for the Woman who wants Style.
Shoes for the Home, the Party or Reception.
Shoes for the Stormy Weather.
Shoes for Comfort.
Shoes for Boys and Girls.
Shoes for Schoolwear.
Shoes for All Purposes and Uses.
A SNAP IN
TEAPOTS and JUG
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Your choice of our Stock, for
a week, at 20 per cent, oft'
I      regular prices. ::::::
See those 40 piece Tea Sets at $3.50- -���
i ADAMS y DEAN:
West
nd Lots
ITT'
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Do you need a lot to ba i on? Because if so, we will sell you 1
choice building site for %2?.b, ^.n your own terms. Also, a block of ���
Lots for $2,250 that will doubl: in value. Now is the time to bu,-
Invest your spare cash and turn it over at a handsome profit
We Fit the Feet Perfectly.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminstei
'#Wtt
JOHN
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
Telephone '
i^     "up:
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j��-^-ri''.-   ��� '' Monday, nov. 4, 1907
THE   DAILY'   .NEWS.
pagr nvfi
T. II. SMITH
'.ISMmmWW-tmVri
I.E. SMITH
The Cash Stores
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Why This Cheap
��� OF NEW
Dress Materials
Tin' business 'i Uiis steere' li .iv. douhled :.ml trehled again; we
jnant all departments t'i share in ihis general prosperity, This is a
time in buy dress materials. We wish to see how much we can sell
Size things in our way hy throwing  oul   bargain .      New   goods  thai
were  .er iniiile for the monej   and   onl yon   again  to  come
early   ami   profit.
At 25 Cents
40 iei i: Indus, mixed tweeds and plain cheviots iu good autumn
ooleeis of brown, green, wine red, blue and dark navy <er black, 500
yarels in this lot, regular 35c anel  50c fur. yard   25c
Six pieces Fancy Waisting, ; ure wool. 'JT Inches, suital le for hand-
iome lioiisi' gowns as well as blouses, made to sell at 90c or $1.00;
s:i!��� -  pric*   here   2"o
At 50 Cents
Black ami while, grey mixed green or navy tweeds, width 24 and 56
inch''-,  splendid $1.00 values;  now     50c
At r,ei,-, new snipes and plaids in greal variety, as only this store can
show, in brown and navy, green and brown, dark red, all pure wool.
fine' imported c'oths, arriv ei here too late to sell at 7-">e ami $l.m>;
Oui   they   uo  now   al    50c
At 75 Cents
Worth coining miles to sec, mostly 54 Inches, shepherd checks, small
and medium patterns, sombre stripes of navy and wine, brown and
navy, nrown ami green, many shades of im orti I grey materials,
puiv wool, execelknl  $1.00 anel $1.25 values;    our  greal  sale  price,
only,   yard      75c
Children's Coats Selling at Less than
Bare Cost of Material.
Your little girl would have a pretty new winter coat right now If
wc could only tell you through the papers what lovelj coats are being sold here today for so little money. These prices will be a guide.
Bring the girls when you come.
For 4 to 7 Year*.
$2.76  Coats for      $1.35
$;i..>0 Coats for      $1.75
$5.50 Coats for    $3.75
For 6 to 10 Years.
$4.00   Coata   for       $2.25
$0.50   Coats   for   . ..'    "$375
$S.50   Coats   for       $5.50
For 10 to 14 Years.
$5.00  Coats   for       $275
$7.50   Coals   for       $5.00
$9.00   Conn   for       $6.00
14 to 18 Years���or Small Women.
$6.00  Coats   for       $3.00
$8.00   Coats  for       $5.00
$15.1111   Coats    for    $9.50
Have a Look at Our Blankets
We could BH an ordinary store with blankets, all bought before
the iiiu a l\ itic ��� in raw materials. Wools and warp have jumped up
III pi,e-i- rapidly of hit'', hu: yii can buy here with coulidi nce any
price or size- yei.i wi.-'.' ri:'. T'i" best Canadian Blankets; at per
P��lr      ' $3.75 tc $10
All Eiderdown  Quilts  at Special
Reduced Prices.
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T. H. SMITH
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DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
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The New Westmin ter Conservative   in  the course of an excellent i lue
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a-sociation will meel em Thursd ij
evening to bi led di I ates to the
provincial Con. ... c invent ion.
W. T. Cooksley i. , onflned   o
his residi nce from I c     of the
[all which he . u  I a weeti
a ;o, while di   ce  idit hill.
Hand Sapollo for lale al Kj e &
Sons, Front Btrei i. *���*
!). J. de,i' Uo,  i ' :  months
���   nni cte i   ��ii le  the  Ne ��� the c ���-���
pact Ity of foreman, erday fo?
' r, X,  V.. ��hei ���   Intends to
main ]�� rmi   i
Dr. T. ll. Leyey, den . Crescent
club building! Columbia street.
An anniversary entertainment will
. given in the Wi I End Methodist
church tomorrow evening, which will
take the form of a musical conci i '���.
The choir ol th Sixth . i i ue Methodisi church, Vani oui . will Buppiy
i he mu lie.
Por cul flow rs, I i iei or funeral designs telephone 'ri Davies <&
Son, B. 208. "*
The Columbian college junioi s C lot-
ball ie am play i the We <tham Islan I
, unloi s al Wesl ham Is tn I Saturda v
afternoon, and de feat' '. th .n by a
score of thn '��� to nil. '; he g ime was
t'asi and the bj ectators.who were fairly
numerous, had the pri\ Hi ge of s <'in.;
���i mend match.
Monsoon tea, b) cents per packet,
at the Home of Plenty, 255 Front
street.
***
The preliminary examination in connection with the trial of the suit tor
damagi in I Ituted against F. Stanley
Si 'in b; i local lai . ��� - f >r alh g !
libelous statements d i egatorj to one
of his clients, will be heard in the
court house this week. Tne writ,
which was issued a few days ago, is
for $5,000,
The citj assessors, .1. Johnston anl
.1. li. Rushton. under the superlnten-
dency of YV. A. Duncan, have commi nei 1 compiling the ri"1-' assess
ment. There will be an extensive re-
adjustmenl of the roll and the assessors' le> ors will Iherel re ' e I ing an 1
arduous.
Fine dairy farm of I"" acres, best
black soil;   pan underdralned. House
ma*
and small barn; only eight miles
from Xew Westminster; good road.
For shon time at $70 per acre. A'-
bott & Hyde, next Guichon hotel, New
Westminst* r, B. C. ***
Five victims of alcoholic thirsts ar.'
occupying cells at the city lockup.
frequent potations on Saturday evening being responsible.' for tills Sfld
staie of affairs. Joe Billy, a half-
breed, is languishing at the sam"
place with a charge of supplying liquor to Indians hanging over his head.
Bristo soap for cleaning and polisn-
ing knives, etc., 10c per paceket, at
the Good Cheer Store, 255 Front St. **
On the fifteenth of this month, th"
Fraser River sawmills at Millside will
close anel will remained closed for
four months, during which time extensive repairs to the engine room
and mill plant ln general will le carried out. A new engineer has bee i
engaged to lake charge of the machinery, and he will remain during
the closed season. Il has been announced that oincr lumber��� cutting
companies will follow suit and that
the shingle mills will shut down for a
few weeks this winter.
The 1907-08 dancing season will be
commenced on Fri.lay ev< ning next by
a ball to I e given In St. George's hall
under the auspices of the Women e
auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital. The procoeds resulting from tho
���ale of tickets ��� 76 double and 25 sin-
[le, ai $2.50 each for the former and
ii tor the latter���will be donated to
gene ral funel of the hospital, lri-
��� ,��� arrangemenl is being1 mad.' Cor
tha evenl and a most successful dance-'
is anticipated. The Boor will be polished especially for the occasion, and
Addison's orchestra has teen engaged
to supply   the  music,    Refreslimenta
w... be served al  tlie proper time.
3 rooms to renl for light house keeping In new dwelling and splendid
situation, furnished $20 per month;
unfurnished $i5.including heat, water.
and use of baths. White, Stubs & Co.
280 Colunibiei St., 'Phone 85.
Yesterday   was   Columbian   college j
Sunday  at   the Queen's  Avenue Meth-1
odist  chinch,  and  services  were  co.i- :
ilncted morning and evening by Re*-.
Dr. sipprell. principal of Columbian
college, and Rev. Prof. Hetherlngton. j
nf the college, respectively.   The an-'i
utial appeal  for funds in Bupport f,f
the college was made by ^. Slpprell j
tional sermon. The Bum ol $1,100 .9
asked from -New Westminsi r this
year.
Ananias iry  services were hel I  | i
the Wesl  hie i Metho Hi i  i hurch
terday both morning and Evening. The
Rev. W. li. Barraclough preached the
morning sei mon.
The steam* c Si Ikirk, 11 longin ; to
a   Victoria   firm,  ai rived   In  porl   la
. ��� 'ide,. .! ������ noon to i ke on loal
of salmon from e.m- ol I he I 'rasei ri -������
ei     e   ;;:! ,  . .,��� She-    li.'d    up   a!    the   C
P. It. wharl la'-     i    i i lay afti rnoon,
We sell Perfeel Baking Powder, 35c
per tin, at the Good Cheer Store, 255
Fronl street. *���
Three carloads of apples arrive ,i
from Chiiliwack on the steamei Beaver, on Saturday evening. They ore
destined to points in the Northwest.
Fruit  ranch of 40 acres  within ;;5
miles  of  \\''.-etmin-1 r oi   Vancouver
bj   rail or boat.    Annual nei  return ���
I $2500; In centre of good trull growing
district.    Price $c 0. Abbotl & lly -.������.
nexl   Guichon    hotel,   New   Westmln-
'   :���.  B, C. ���*
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The sti amer it. i'. Rithet, of the C.
P. It. New Westminster-Victoria service, arrived In port on Satur lay evening from Northern British Columbia
points, with three carloads of fish rfll
from the Eactorii s there. The oil was
shipped direct to the eastern market
A number of teamsters employed
5 Gilley Bros., resigned from the employ of this firm on Saturday mon-
ing, owing to a difference of opinion
with the management. All teams
were Idle for a few hours, but a nuni-
; ber of loggers returning from the
camps, which had closed down, took
the  jobs  deserted  by  the  teamsters,
, and work was going on as usual during the afternoon. A reduction of $5
a month In tii" wages paid ihe men is
said  to have  been  the cause of the
I trouble.
Hearing  a   neatly  typewritten  ami
legally   worded   demand    for    better
j terms, a  deputation  representing the
1 newsboys employed by the Vancouver
i World  in  this  city  have  approached
.lames   Bell, the  now  agen:.  and   requested his favorable consideration of
the same.   The boys object to several
innovations   recently   introduced,   an 1
also emphasize the foci that they will
not  entertain   any  reduction    in  the'
salary  which   they   receive  for  their
work as newspaper carriers.    The u'-
tiiiKUum   is to  expire ou Wednesday
afternoon of this week.
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Say the Parlor
One beautiful sofa in mahogany
frame, hand carved, handsome
cover of  silk brocatelle,   regular
$25, for $20.
We have six different kinds of
Roman Chairs ranging from $15 to
J'*)A, your choice for $12.
Nice Dislay of Parlor Suites      |
At all Prices
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The funeral of the late William H.
Ladner, who passed away on Friday
morning, will be held this afternoon
from the family residence at Ladn.-r
to the Boundary Bay cemetery. The
interment will be superintended by
D. Murchie, undertaker. Special ar
rangeinents have been made by the
C. P. n. to oiierate the steamer Transfer between this city ami Ladner,
leaving here promptly at 11 o'clock,
and arriving at Ladner about 12:15.
The special trip will lie made for tho
benefit of the many Xew Westminster
friends of the deceased who axe d 5-
sirous of attending lhe funeral. It is
finite probable that the funeral will
be one of the largest that has ever
been held in the district.
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Say Dining-room
One Table, extend 6ft., one Sideboard, British bevel plate mirror;
five small chairs; one arm chair
(padded seats and good frames).
Reg. $50, for $40 complete.
We handle Everything necessary
for the home.    Pleasure to
show Goods
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LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture
Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
Phone 73. Columbia Street
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W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Wentmlnster, B.C
Mr. Employer
YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BL.CCK-
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DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::     :: ::
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. lB
IT FitOE SIX
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
At the Store of Plenty I
CHARGES AGAINST
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Get a Shower-proof Overcoat
$7, $10, up to $25.
A New Water-proof, in al! the
new  effects  guaranteed,   $12
to $15.
Auto style or otherwise.   Just
the  thing for Thanksgiving.
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| The Wardrobe Clothier 1
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Phone 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, E. C.    '���'.
VV. A, ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt��� Seattle, Wash.
Montreal, .Nov. 3.���A special Lo i-
(lem cable says: The National Review
published today charges againsi the
Canadian authorities with suppressing
criticism <>r Canadian conditions and
terrorizing emigrants who have a
grievance againsi the railway companies, land speculators, labor em
pioyers, shipping and other Canadian
concerns, by pro secutions for slander,
such as thai of Hougbland, of Taber,
Alta., In January last, and says the
li adlng Hriiish newspapers refuse
publication to the complaints. Brucol
Walker, the Canadian emigrant bu-
perintendenl here, Indignantly denies
the allegations and says there is noth-
Ing more false.
"One has only to read English journals with the free publication of Can
adlan emigrants' experiences to realize how false the charges are, but
Canada eliel prosecute and will continue to prosecute paid assassins of
Canada's reputation who for purposes
of their own lied ahout Canadian conditions in order to dlverl emigration
to other channels."
Walker, without, of course', making
imputations of any kind, pointed to n
quarter column In the London Daily
Telegraph on Wednesday last entitled
"Cannibalism and Bloodshed." Terrible stories purporting to coin''
from Winnipeg, staled thai in
the northern part of Canada a starring mother had eatei. her two children, a starving man had eaten eight
people, and a feud between two fam
Hies ended in killing twelve persons.
The' allegations relate to the eastern
shore's of James hay, and even if trUG
could have no possible relation to any
conditions the British settler could
endure.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $l(i00; half
cash, balance terms.
new railway,      Pull Bized Lot on Ith Sl
bottom land,   of  Regina St.,  betweei
Lots 2, 3,  I. 5, 9, 10,
lei.  17, 18, 19, 20, 28, 66,
and 77 of subdivision 3
12, 13, 11. 15 |
71, 72, 7;!, 7-11
in suburban
rices ranging
block   ii. Sapperton;
from $125 to $200.
ii room house on Hamilton Btreet,
all modern Improvements- One lol
from car line; lot 60x132. l'rice $1400,
$i!uo cash, halance in monthly payments.
s room house, all modern Improve-
100 acres, less 2% bn
Township 4, Sec. 11; all
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues, west sil- c
ie.  acres under-drained,    ditched all; $400;  half cash.
round and fenced around and through     ..   L(ltH    88x132 each,
centre;    b room house;    harn 40x75,   ,.,,,. ,,,.,.,,,,   $1200 cash
Bufflcienl  teed for ahout 300 head 'if
siock.    Price $8000;  terms one-third |
cash, hal. tee -ait purchaser.   One mile ^
from  slalieeii oa   new  car line.
Mrs
Lot   ri.',
13,
between
2 HOUSES   on l lot, Kearj
Sapperton; 5 room.- an I
! shed and   l rooms, kit< bi n r
shed.    $1000 each, one :
ance easy.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar-1
von street; tull size $lt'.oo.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
and partly fenced, good house, barn
and Stable.    Price $16 per acre; $1760
ments. full sized lot, Sherwood street, I cash, halance te, he. arranged.
Sapperton.   Price $2700,   $1000 cash,     1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Disl.
halance on time.
-ri- acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, bOB been cultivated, not a
stump  on   it,   now   in  grass,   28   bear
1 Ing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber  to  build good  large  harn, 5-
l room bouse and barn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well;  near to school and tram;
I all fenced,    l'rice $3500.. Terms $1500
I cash, $10Uii in April and $1000 April
I following, or $3400 cash-
Lot 8;  south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   hair  cash.
2   LOTS,   132x132,  N.-W.   corner   of
iuth Streel   and   St, Andrews,    Price
$1050; half cash.
77.58 ACRES, blacl. loam
ploughed and cleam i     ���
lv   ',   Seel. fl.    $75 per acre,
cash, one-third 3 monl I
months.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing   ���
1  lots  cleared, small  b  1 .
house, 175 chickens; fenc
price $1500, $1000 cash,
tl ACRES good loam
Lot   16,  corner  Blue  Moun
and  Brunette road,   .
roomed   house;   parlor
2 lots on Sth St. between   Bth and - kitchen and three bedi ���
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x  ed;   conservatory 30 or  l< :���������
132; Nos. 9 and  12.     Price $1000 for  heated  by pipes;   well;
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HERE   IS   SOMETHING
TO BE THANKFUL FOH
Chicago, Nov. _ ���Relaxation from
the strain of high prices of foodstuffs,
which will undergo a reduction approximately of in per cenl, was ih"
forecast made by local jobbers an 1
merchants today. The predictions are
credited to Edward A. Cudahy, of
Omaha, who said his company had reduced its prices 10 per cent, and they
inspired Chicago dealers to voice the
expressions calculated by the averag ���
consumer. In some instances reductions are looked for wilhin a few
days.
With   the  proposed     cut   in   mea. j
comes   the   announcement    that   tho
price of bin ler will soon reach a poinl !
which  will taki; that commodity out
of the luxury class.
1 Lot 66x*32 ft., S. y. of S, lane at
hack, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue, and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid Investment
Lot 20, block 0 facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $050.
160 acres less right of way about S
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 1S.\2S, lean too 1 !x2S
and lean too 10x22; barn 30x32 an I
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken bouses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing Cash $2,000,
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Thinl street, between Koyal and Queens avenu.. easl
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
Block, comer of Auckland & lllli St. and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
15   hearing fruit   trees;  co
stock ready to plant out; 2 .-
5 acres cleared,  light tim';..
niaining acre;    all fenced
j from school.    Price $3000
bal. in  0 months at 7 per (
$800
Lol  88x11
cash.
4th  aven
1C0 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, be-
tween  7th and Sth avenues.
3 LOTS, 5, G & 7, full I
cleared, upper side of Sth Avi
twe< ie 1st ami 2nd Streets. P
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2 houses corner of Merriva! and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $2.",, the
other $10; Hush closets and all connected With sewers. Price $3,500.
balance In C, 12 and 181
months at 7 %.
���1 LOTS, 2 lots trom lsl Sl
6th Avenue ou south Bide, N
37 & 38, full size.    Price $1100 f:- Ix 11
! four, or $300 each;  half cash        give
Jon
Double    tenement   bouse.   !;:.        ,
1st and 2nd  St.;   1   lot.    Price $ 4PP1-
cash half and half In li months s
Hints for $10 each tenant.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AXD PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN* IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN C, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%,
lu acres '�� section 14, N. ri- ��� I
'of Tn, 2, about 8 miles from hr;.
Lots   14   and   15 of  1  of 6    of    |4  Haworth  road,  Surrey;    housi
(cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2  1*4 storey house, 3 rooms flnisbi
.    ,   , ��� ,.       .  , ,,,���,   other ;_   can  be adele'il upstairs
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent  _.,,....,..   ^   (u,rcs  cleftn�� ^
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of with clover, re<l; fairly easily /
���    ,        ,     t> ���     ..,.. , .,   ���,..,   1 ���,    One   mile  from  shingle   mill :'
8, cleared.   Price $275, 1-2 cash, ba - |1200.    tem8 ,...,, (...sh| bajM(
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. months at 7 %,
Sdx lots, 50xl.r.0, outside city limits      Westerly 4,  ll  of 63, Su.ri.
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on  132x132 corner 10o feet squati
houses drawing $l'S per month
$5,000, half cash, balance In 6
HOUSE and LOT .months.
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Centrally located In a commmandlng
100  S.K.   li of Section  26, Dls
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BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Stree!
fOOKSLEY'S
House and cottage on Columhia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
271-2 acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to hear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted wdth wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance C
and 12 months.
This property Is only % mile from
tram  line.   Over two hundred chlck-
sltuatioa;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of 10 acres,partly cleared;  Kanaka, des
Fifth street    Two and one half-storey running through; good road; om.omi
. _ , .,         ,, north   of   Web3ter's  corner;     k>; ; ���,_,
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered ^ ^ _>()  ,., t[](i w(,s, (.()rn(���    We
All   modern  conveniences;    hot    and uer w,)rlh $7 per acre; cedar ai   ek'
cold   water,   balh,   flush  closet,  lava- 4 miles    from    Port    Haney.      i _tt I
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawu;    lot ���WOO;  term.s $1.1 oO cash, btrtai.    th(
66x132, with lane In rear; part of lot Tnn%ei- st, f
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750.      Large  lot and  two cottages   0   sis
$l,f.00 cash, halance arranged. lumbia street, Sapperton.   Doth r._acei
at $lo each.
1C0 acres on the Scott road, 16 acres
cleared; harn 50 x 110; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 269, joins Lake Commnr,
about 70 acres, only $2f> per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
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One and one-half storey house..
full  size  lot,  situated  north Bl le
Royal avenue and corner of McKlu
street;  9 rooms;  hath room, h it J
cold  water, closet;   woodshed; y
bearlg   fruit trees;   streets on  riw.V
aides;   fine  view.    Price  $1,800 I   trii
caah. Pake
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Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-ie-t.
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
������� Advertise the town we live ia  15
mailing Picture Post Cards to 'yovr
friends.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on   sale    to  all
European points,
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to  Southern   California.
For fuM information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
""'r\ h Portland, Ore.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
ens and ducks could he sold with tbe j chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
property at a snap.  Um ]C> ��� ftnd 2Q of ��� of g  pr,cc
$500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 eash
! balance 0 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be-
j tween Fourth and Mendvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
j of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acre-
j age Is selling fast at this price.
(No. 308.���8-roomed House, with hath
room,   etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   \_
|    cash, halance 3 and G mos. at 7 %.
j No. 306.���9-roomed house, with hath
room, corner of Gth and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms V. cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 '/���.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   hath
room,   Agnes   St.   $3,000;   '/_,   cash.
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 <;/,.
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   balh
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   y_.
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and COW
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows .'1*0(1
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near al hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timher; carriage house IG x 21; hen
house made of hewed timber h'ld in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lire-
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 0
percent.   ��� ' "���'<-���.������.*��. , ��������* ���.***���..,.,,.,]
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small'    lot facing 2nd St., between Qu'ri^be
house,   chicken    house,    175    choice! "��d 3rd Ave., second lot from U" ,c|ai
'Ave.;    52x122 feet; all clearr'
Subdivision of lot 46, block G, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
hy us. This magnificent property is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x8"., $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$��:0; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950. cash.   Single lots at cash.
alongside and back.     Price
half cash, balance easy at 7 '
$1
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150 acres improved land, linill.eek,
and sheds complete, near Clow: !s!���tt."
all under cultivation, $15,000. if uth,
can handle this, don't delay; it-lSt ��l
bargain; terms can he arranged. '" sl
_ ^ncei
tsTFor  the above  four propertlei
special price will be made to one
chaser.
ite, (
House 30x42, 4th    St., between I
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1 don
bedrooms    upstairs,    and  hath nW
down stairs; parlor, dining room, >
chen and pantry.   Full sized lot ri
ning back  to Ash  St.    Price $3,8K Re j
$1,500 eas*. balance at $500 pe: ;^on ,
at 7 j>er cent. orth
lstrlc
Three ful sized lots on Fifth aven
north side between First and Sen1
streets,  No. 5,  G and  7.
each or $1100 for Uie thn
Price J)
f cer
saued
lam -
efflce.
Full sized lot, north side ef l|ar- Not
llton street between Sixth an.l M^& the
streets; $226. *����� df
)f, ISI
28  acres on    Mara  road, I111"" Jfioat
$160 an acre   FOR   A  FEW   I'1'>bjcti<
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balan" I
and 2 years at 7 %.
so;,';Land
���tor
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street
side of 4th avenue.   Price $200 ��s!
Block 12 on 12th St., es.3t sble-.���
full sized lots. Price $2,1.00, one"1''
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
4. lots on Fifth Street, 11   12, l\J{fl
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13.     $350 e?ch, H
cash, balance 8 months at T % MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1907
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
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b:.
lie Lots  1  to 9  (in    ������    te) of ;i por-
oii eet Loi 94, Group I, VWp 110, New
Wesl minster districl
nopals     Of    Canadian     North-West       Whereas   proof  of   the   loss  ol Cer-
Homestead  Regulations. ItiHcate of Title Number 15715a, Issued
  Jin the  name of Peter Latham,    has
been Bled In I his offlce.
Notice is hereby given thai  I Bhall
at the expiration of one month from
tbe dale of the flrsl publication here
of, issue ii duplicate of the sihl certificate, unlei a In the mi antime valid
objection be made, to me ln writing.
W. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminister, 11. ('.. Oct. 21. 1U07.
\.ny even numbered section of  Do-
??F,nlon lands  In   Manitoba,  Saskatch-
an and Albert a, excepting 8 and 2'!,
. reserved, may be homesteaded by
|!|j|[/ person who is the sole heal of  i
ally, or any male over 1* years of
3, to the ext< nt of one-quarter sec-
;,l . a of 160 acre:, more or less.
Application I >r entry mus he
de in person by the applicant at
Dominion Lamls Agency or sub-
���ncy for the district in which the
d is situate. Entry by proxy may.
.vever, be made al an agencj em
tain condition., i>> the lather, moth-
j��on, daughter, brother or sister of
,    intending homesteader.
i'he homesteader is rejulred to per-
m the homesteael duties under oue
the following plans:
1 ii:l) At least six monlbs' residence
in and culth.eiriu of the land In
'"' ':' :h year for  three  years.
2) A hpmesleader may, if he so
ilres, perform tiie required ro.ll-
lce duties b, living on farming |''
d owned solely by him, nol less
.n eighty (8ui a res m extent, In
��� vicinity of his homestead. Joini
nershlp In land well uol meet this
tulrement.
license over the following described
lands.
Commencing a' a post planted at
ihe south <��� e eornei of Timber Limit
No. 9827, thence Bouth mi (bains, west
sn , hain . aorth 80 chains, and �� ial
su i bains, to polnl <>f commencement
HARRIET FORD,
Per s. ll. Pord, Agent
October  I. 1907.
6.   TAKE    NOTICE   thai    Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B, ('.. occcupetlon
laily,   intends   to   apply   for  a special
license over the following described
lands  on  Texada  Island.
Commencing at a  posl  planteei at
the soulh east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9825, thence south so chains, wi s;
SO  chains,   north   80   (bah:-',  and east
so chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per s. H. Ford, Agent
October 1. i907.
KILL ROAD ABSORBS
VICTORIA TERMINAL
Transfer Will in No Way
Affect Previous Plans of
Charter Holders.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
take NOTICE that application has
1 been made lo register Joseph Tays as
the owner ia Fee Simple, under a Ta\
Sale I >��� ��� -1 from C. C. Fisher to Joaeph
1 fays, bearing date the ICth daj of November, A. I). 1904, ol all an i singu
lar thai certain parcel or tracl of lanl
ind premises situate, lying and being L.
iu  ihe  Districl of New  Westminster,
in tlie Province of British Columbia, I
more particularly Known and d Bcrib-
; e.'d as Lol   13, Block ', subdivision of
Lol  201, Group 1.
Vou and each of you are required
The meeting of the V. \v. & V,
directors which was to have been held
Saturday afternoon, did nol take
place, ami it is probable thai it will
be held next Saturday instead, Th ���
object tor which the meeting win
called was to effect, a technical trans
fer of the constructed portion of the
V.  VV. Ai  V.  railway Io the'  V. V. ic E.
��� Railway com;.any, which i.s practically
l. TAKE NOTICE thai Harriet Great Northern Interests, it was a'-
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupation ways Intended thai thai portion of
lady, intends to apply fur a special the V. W. fc v. between New West-
timber license over the following des- minster and Vancouver was the routs
iribed lands: bj  which the. v. v. .!.��� E. would corns
Commencing at  a   post   planted  at  into   Vancouver,  and   now    thai   tha
the north east corner of lot 235, south
easl of (lilii's Bay, ihence easl 00
(hains, thence south to the shore,
lence westerly alon- the -been- to lo'
235, tbence easl and north along the
boundary of Lol 2'.',',. to ; he ; oinl nf
(ommencement,
HARRIET FORD
November
1.  I!
"  '    3)    If the father i ir mother, 1!  the
-    her isdecca.de  of a  ho.ncsteade.'   '"  conteHl   ,!l" cIalm  of the }dX  J
. permanent  resi lence- on   farming
d  owned sob ri   le..   him.   mr.   less
'<������; in eighty (80.   a   -     in  extent,  in
������       I vicinity of tb' homestead, or up-
a homestead  entered   for  hy  him
.the vicinity, such homesteader may
.-    .-form his  own   resilience  duties   by
.ng with the  fai her  lor mother).
4)    The term "\ icinity'' in two
(���.-.���    icodlng   pare, .raphe,   is   defined    as
anlng not nio.e than nine mil  - in
lirect line, < .elusive of tb    wi  tli
road  allow.iin js cre;.   ed     in     tho
asurement
chaser within forty-five day.-, from the
date of the flrsl publication of this
nee'ice upon you, otherwise I s.eail r --
. tei Jo . b Tays as owm;- ihereof in
fei. And I hereby dired that publi- i
cation of this notice for one month in
a daily newspaper publish el at .New!
IV< ! minster will I e good and sufficienl  service there ..
Dated .it   the Lan I   .���: gistry Olli    ,
':���:,������.-.  Vri sl minster, Pro ,inci  of British
2. TAKE NOTICE thai Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupation
Lady, Intends to apply for a spi clal
timiii i license over tbe. following described lamls.
Comme.iiciii-; al a post planted at
ib- Bouth easl corner of section 22,
about five miles south easl of Gilli's
Bay, Texada Island, thence Bouth SO
chains, thence - ee-' Ni| chain-, thi nc ���
north sn ciiains. thence w. st 8 i c lalns
Columbia,   this
\. I). 1907.
:6th
of Octo er,
i to point of commeni ement.
HARRIET PORD.
BUI
ivenui
Prl -i
5)    A   home's,   a :. r
form   his   resielcn'e
Intending    ;���
I it.es   In   ir ���
dance with  the a  ". ���  .' lule Hi Ing
h parents or < n .  nniii.. land ��� ���
by himself must   notify  tl;.  agen
No     the district  of such ia'enl I i
100 I:'Ji months'  noiice in  wriiins  musl
given to the t'onimissioner of  Do
; Slrr,
('.   S.   KEITH,
Dis rlcl   Registi ar,
I.a
1th
ilon Lands at  Ottawa, of intention
i,.. j iPPbr for patent.
tha ai W.  "ri CORY,
.Uty of the Minister of the Interior
All per .   : .��� el v. iih this notle ,
eu ! ;i.ee. . aiming th.oug_i or un le '
thi i:e and all . ers m - i aiming any intei i in sal i ..-.e;l ; .. \i; tui of any
in egisti n i ;. r ;ment, an I all per-
ons claiming any Interest In i al I
, md by desc< nt, whose title is not
registered under the provisions of the
| "La nl Registry Act," shall te forever
;;. TAKE NOTICE that Hand l
Ford, of Hammond, li. C, occupation
lady, Intends tee appl) for a Bpeci -I
timber license over the following
di ��� ci Ibed 'amis:
Commencing at a posi planted a;
the Boulh-easl corn":' of Section 22,
an I about live miles south-i ast of
(rii lis lay. Texada 1: land, th nce 60
i i ui outh, thence west i th ���
shore,   lh ini e  northerly     along    the
'-,-'���
i brldp
111:'    II
nlsli'.
ilrs   ���.'
ind Mt
lj I
11.f M
_>a.s_ice
B.���Unauthorized   public.i'i   a of
advertisement   will   not   I e   paid
stopped and debarred    from setting | shore to thesouth line of Section 19,
up anj  claim to or in respect of the  thence east to thi  point of commence-
said land so sold for taxes as provide l   ment,
.;.   the  "l.and  Registr;   Act."
HARRIET FORI).
LAND    ACT.
Form  Df Notice.
Timber Notices
November  I,   190
latter line is approaching completion,
this  technical  transfer    is  being  ar
ran-;''.I.
The Greal Northern has always
operated over the V. w. & v., and the
I operating department has been _u
char-;., ol its ollicinri, lb.. V. W. &
V. officials representing the executive
im.  ests of the Greal   Northern,
A meeting was held In Victoria on
Frid iy, when the transfer of the Vic��
toria Terminal road on the mainland
from   New   Westminster  to   Port   Gui-
; ebon, and the .mill' ferry was cffoeic.?.
This had nothing to do with the iim s
..ti  Vancouver island,
Although the V, V.& Iri or Gre it
Northern, will operate over the V. W.
k V. tracks and practically control
the operation of the. same this will
In no w i> interfere with the ultimata
object ol tbe> promoters of the V. W.
& V.. namely, the construction of a
line from Vancouver nortii. including
a bridge ovei- the Second narrows oa
Burr ird Inlet. This work will lie. pro-
ci e led with as rapidly as clrcui i-
stances will permit.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
-Srltlhh Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
VANCOUVER   -VICTORIA-SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S S-   Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vancouver 1 pm. daily except Tuesday.
Leaves Seattle 12  midnight daily.
Leaves Victoria 7:SO am. dailv ex-
Phone 101
REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
I
I
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*���
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
La.ri,e Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
i
i Westminster   l.and   Districl
trict of New W'ostminsti r,  B. C,
ami's Sharpe. ol
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New   Westminster.
TAKE  -NOTIC
I.    TAKE  NOTICE    1 liar    Harriet
ol' Hammond,   I!.  C, occupation   cept Tuesday, for Vancouver.
that Harriet Pord,
j   ���. ake notice that
, ... v Westminster.   H.  (.'., occupation eet Hammond, B, ri. occupation lady,
nberman,   intends   to apply fpr a intends to applj for a special timber
Dl,-:lal timber ii< ms   ov, r the follow- license  over  the  following   described
ika ��� described land.-;��� lands;    in New Westminster district,  east  to  location  No. 8, thence south
post   planted  on j commencing at a post planted at the j to   Lot  235, thence   west   and   south
1'wenty-five    Mile north east corner of Timber Limit -No. I along the boundary of the said Ixrt, 211j
Ford
lady, Intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following
described  lands:
Commencing at a posl planted at
the south-wesl corner of location No.
\i. about four mile's south-easterly
from (lillis buy, Texada island, thence
; on(  ommencing
:rnp8r'.   West   bank of
.,, ek, about two miles from the Lil-
V- i itt River, theii'-e East forty chains,
;r!'" ' .th, one hundred and sixty chaius,
3t, forty chains, North one hundred
es un Blxty chains to point of com-
>th re:acement.
JAMES SHARPE.
e. October in. ibn".
LOU -..
i Bide
McKi:
, hot i
LAND    ACT.
Form   of   Notice.
d; } 	
on   t_-w Westminster, l.and District, Dis-
800. I   trict of New Westminster. B. C.
1'ake notice  that  .lames Sharpe. of
w Westminster, IS.  v., occupation, i
1   ^"r mberman,    intends  to apply   for  a
1 ''"'"'icial timber license over the follow-
... e
��� '*; described  lands: ���
"'Commencing  at   a   post   planted  on
i   West .bank   of   Twenty-live.   Mile
l)iii](|i..eek, about two miles from ihe I_.il-
iv,>ri|a.iettlttvei\ thence West forty chains,
If   Uth, one hundred  and sixty  chains,
��� ���   jt'eist forty chain.-. North one hundred
;i, I     d sixty    chains    lo  point     of com
ncement.
.1 \.\IKS SHARPE.
ite, October M. IpoT.
$00:;,   New  Westminster  Dist.,  tlience; to   the   shore,   thence     westerly   and.
south SO chains, east SO chains, north I northerly to the point of commence-
S0 chains, aud west SO chains, to point j ment.
of commencement. HARRIET FORD.
HARRIET FORD,    I     November  1,  1907.
Per H. S. Ford, agent,    j ���	
October 4, V.ui'. :,.    TAKE   NOTICE    that    Hani."
���������������������^^^^^���^^^^���   Ford, of Hammond. B. C, occupation
2. TAKE    notice    tnat    Harriet  lady,  Intends to apply  for a  special
Ford,  of  Hammond,  occupation   lady,   timber   license    over     the   following
| intends to apply for a special timber  described lands:
I license over  the  following described      Commencing
I lauds on Texada Island.   Commencing
i at a post  planted at the south west
it  a   post  planted at
the  north-easl   corner of Section 21,
aboul   four  miles    south-easterly    of
corner  of lot  lie,    theuce    south    SO   Glllls  hay. Texada island, thence 100
chains   BOUth,   thence  du  chains  east
tlience   160   chains  north,     thence   40   to Harbor and way ports;
chains   west  to   point   of    commence
ment.
HARRIET FORD.
November l. 1907.
���
eei'tic
one
.. ii ���
dn'.
!h ro
un,
lot rn:
$3|8K Re lots 5 and G, of block 'J, suriliv-
'': }rilon of parts of section ;io, blink a,
orth range 2,west New Westminster
chains easl 80 cliains, north SO cliains,
and  west 80 ciiains to point of com-]
menoement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. li. Ford, Agent,
October   I,  1907.
3. TAKE NOTICE thai Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
Intends to appl;. for a speclul Timber
License over riv following described
lands.
Commencing at  a   post planted  at
the south west corner of Timber Limit   '.IS2S,  triur-e  >vest Su chains,   lorth
so chains, ess; mi chains, and  south  of Glllls  Ijay.  Texada  island, thence
80 chains to point of commencement.;east so chains, thence north so chains.
October  I, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
SS. Charmer
Leaves Vancouver 11:30  p.m. dail)
except Sunday.
Leaves Victoria 1 p.m. daily except
Sunday.
SS- Princess May or Princess Royal
Leaves Victoria  12  midnight  Mondays.
Leaves Vancouver 1  p.m.  Tuesday.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer  R.   P.   Rithet.
To Victoria:  Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.m.
From Victoria: Tuesday, Friday,
7 a m-
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p.m. daily,
except Sunday- Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and -Ith
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosqui-
7th of each
RAZORS
Gillette Safety
Klaus Safety
Boker Safety
also   Carbo Magnetic  and King Cutters
RYAIMMM
i,
For J,
lady,
TAKE NOTICE thai H irrlet
of Hammon 1, B. ('.. occupation
Intends  to ap] ly  for  a Bpecial
ths
following
timber   license   over
described lands:
Commencing al a post planted al
the south-wesl corner of Section 7, as
shown on map aboul half a mile north
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
thence   west   SO  chains,  thenoe  south
sn chains to polnl of commencement,
HARRIET FORD.
November 1, 1907.
4.    TAKE    NOTICE    that    Harriet j ���	
Ford, of  Hammond,  occupation  lady, j     7.    TAK,-   NOTICE
intends to appply for a special Timber   Ford, of Hammond,  H
avenue
secoi
.strict.     Whereas  proof of the  loss   License  over  the   following described
. f certificate of title number i:i'.i7!t a.
Jsued In the name of Frederick Wil
has    been   filed
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing  at   a  post   planted  at
lam Smith   has   been   filed   in this   the south east corner of Timber Lim-
ifflce. it  No.  9828, thence  south  SO  chains,
Ila:'   Notice is hereby given that I shall   west SO chains, north SO chains, and
Ki.-Kit the expiration of one month  from   east SO chains, to point of comiiience-
he date of the first publication here-j ment.
it, issue a duplicate of the said cer-
'"''' Ifloate , unless in the meantime valid
|lA' Jbjctlon be made to me ln writing.
nK I C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
fti-. Land' registry office. New Westmin-
fi-s!    ��tor, B. C, Sept. 16, 1007.
HARRIET  FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
October 4, 1907.
5. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a social Timber
that Harriet
C. occupation
lady, Intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a pest planted about
40 chains north of the south-east eo -
ner of Section 6, about a half mile
nortii of Glllls ay, tbence 80 chains
north. Ihence 80 chains west. fBettCO
S'i chains south, thenco 80 'chains
.������ast to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
Noveml er 1, 1007.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
S. S. Transfer,
Leaves New Wesmlnster daily exci-] t Sun lay at 2 p.m., with additional
nip Monday at 5 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Sat unlay
at 7 a. in.; Friday at 6 a.m. additional
trip Saturday 6 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   Westminster.  5   a.   m
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. ui. Tuesday
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
aud Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed.. IM.. 7 a.ni
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
3 S. Amur or Princess Beatrice
Leaves  Vancouver at   8   p.m.    2nd
mil   16th  of  each   month,  calling  al
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
e^n  second  trip. Time on  arrival  and
lenarfiire  are  approximate.
l-'or   reservations   and   Information
���h 11 or address
RD. GOULET.
Agent., *>w Westuninstei
E    ,1    COVLE,
i.��t Oen  Pass  Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
Oencral Super'nterdant, Victoria.
JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF
RRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
��� and grates.
GILLEY BROS, ltd
| We Have Got Them Now jj
dust to hand from THE OLD COUNTRY a large consignment
Of beautiful colored warm-lined Slippers. YOU SHOULD SEE
THEM. The variety is pleasing and attractive, while the prices are
saprisingly MODERATE.
Again we have just taken out of bond a very select consignment of the famous Dick Waterproof Boots. .Boys'for School Wear,
Men's for City Wear, Ladies' for Wet Weather. For dry, warm feet
try the Dick Boot.    Only at
Hhe OH Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia SL f
% J.   STEWART,
Proprietor 4
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
.-.,-..������l.*-H"_l"..-'.l-''t-'A*'A"l.".."A"1.-'<.">r
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
le: ���
i-thirt PAGE EIGHT
TfiE   DAILY   NEWS.,
Monday. .,
ov.
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5 FINE LOTS
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r,fixl.:2 to 2u fieo; ane and fronting on a 86 fool street, close to
both Vancouver and Westminster city car lines; .-ill slashed; good
rich se.il; graded streets. Price $200 each; terms $25 cash, balance
$10 pei month. These are th" only lots left in this district at any.
thing   like   these   price-.
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WINDSOR SALT is made in
V-J&ada. Coil* no more than the
cheap imported salt - and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
The   Ring.
At  Lol Angeles���.lae'k Johnson knocked  iaii  .Iim   Flynn   in   Hi"  ( leventh
round of 45-roun I  battle.
ROVERS PERSIST
IN LOSING GAMES
WJ.KERR.,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.  ���'
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��� Local Pigskin Chasers Still
Making- Sorry Showing
Against Opponents.
The
Building   Lots
Fine residential site on Third
Street, 2 lots on a good corner
for $1,200.00 on terms.    :   :
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
WRITING
PAPERS
VV/E are opening
" another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
J. J. MACKAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
.����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
The Rovers football team is still
maintaining its position in the championship, running with dogged persistency, in a manner at once gratifying
to its opponents and disheartening to
Its supporters. The locals seem doomed io win Becond position in each
match, and ho long as they maintain
their present state of efficiency as a
team, their rank will never be threatened.
Jn iheir match with the Shamrocks
ai Queen's park on Saturday, they I
again bii the dust, the score' at the
end being three to one. The Vancouver boys had the game wel) in hand
al  all  Btages,  by greatly outclassing
the   locals  in   lielel   play.     The   Hovers
; worked hard, bul  unfortunately were
unable, through apparenl Lack of pra> !
tice, to take advantage of their oppo>
tunltles when they Becured openings.
There  was  altogether too much  dri'i- !
bling when  the players Bhould  have
kicked oui   more freely, thereby saving time ami iluelr own energy.   Barbaree in goal performed his duties !n
a  satisfactory   manner,  and   Lock did
good hard  work.   The forwards wer..' j
the weakest part ol the line-up.   A:! j
the   boys   worked  hard   to  hold  down ���
i the score, but lack of skill and pra ���-
tice was too much of a handicap for |
j them.     Tin iv   was   some   dissatisfaction with the rulings of the referee, j
, ami  it  is  openly stated   that  he gave
the' locals; the' worst of the deal.
Following was the line-up; Goal, i
Barban e; full backB, Clark and Leamy; balf backs, Tumgull, Lock au !
Peele; forwards, Ambrose, LesBeter
Mallng, Canfield anil Brown. Refere*
J. .1. AValsh.
'Eclipse'
Bread
Maker
Simple in Construction
Perfect in Operation
Easiest to Clean
Will mix and
knead a batch of dough
thoroughly in three minutes wichout hands
touching the
dough.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
THE BEST-
Cookers and Heaters
In Town, are to be
Purchased at : : :
BRYSON & SONS
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
Tel. 65
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
"OFFICE: FROHT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
IT'S FINE!!
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roller
,      Rink
ENGLISH   BAY
Every Week Day.     Music
Afternoon and Evening
'Phone 3465
Pickard
China
JUST   RECEIVED   DIRECT FROM
STUDIO,     CHICAGO,    OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT    OF    PICKARD HAND
PAINTED CHINA.
SATURDAY'S   RESULTS
IN  SPORT CIRCLES
Association  Football.
Senior.
At  Powell   street grounds���
Thistles         3
Westham  island        3
Al   .New  Westminster���
Shamrocks        3
New  Westminster       1
Second Division.
At Brockton point���
Celtics        7
New   Westminster     'I
Rugby Football.
At Reecreatiou park���
Vancouver High school       ���">
University  school,  Victoria   ....    0
Intermedial*.
Wanderers       '���*
V.  A.   C     3
In the  East.
Inter-Provincial.
At Ottawa-
Ottawa      t2
Hamilton        5
InterCollegiate.
At Montreal-���
McGill        -.'..'
Queen's,  Kingston        0
Hockey.
At Brockton point-
Vancouver  club        3
Tennis club       i
Real
Saving
Whether nr not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
(hi.s basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our flrst aim Is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful in both these intentions-
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St.. New Westminster
Telephone  83
NEW
POST  CARDS AT   MOREY'S
New Post Card Albumns at Morey's
New Tea Sets and China at Morey's
New Goods of all Kinds Arriving daily
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
*>*>*>*>*>*>*)*
Electric Railway Service ji
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver and    way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min
utes after and forty minutes af- \'
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. <>
Sapperton Line: Cars leave II
at ten minutes after the hour,
half [east and fifty mtautes after .',
the  hour,  commencing  at  6:30
a. m.
Investigate
at once, two new modern residences, now under construction, which we have for sale on Second street, near
Third avenue. Large lot, lane at back, cement foundation and cellar, furnace asJ everything tip-to-dale.
PRICE  RIGHT���TERMS EASY.
nr-
Golf Jack
~v.
VOI
For Women and I
Children
Ever popular and serviceable  these garments are  mei
Increased favor, from Beason to season.   The styles now
pleasing and are being worn by young and  old, owing to ���
inn they ensure tbe wearers.
Women's  Golf Jackets,
each   	
.I  line Bofl   wool,  in   plain  coloi
   $2.00 am
Women's   Fancy   Golf   Jackets, In       large   range  of    Style
   J2.75 to $
Women's   Norfolk   Golf  Jackets, ;e   sl   :<   which  is proving
UP
Rl
'wo
Ri
ve
lar at present, shown In all color . each
$4X0 to $;  Seal
Girls' and   Boys'  Jerseys  and  Sweaters, just   the s. :\ i. ��� ,nn"
garments for Bchool wear, thai wlll allow freedom of :.,��� lask;
all games,   We have ihem in plain   Jersey   Ribs,    11<���:i���, ���. ;tle
Boys, and  Fancy  Patterns for Olrls'or Boys' wear, each 75c t- ���am
_������ ai
ind
eyno
I, wl
keei
: cre
The
bom
orth
iat
.Ids'
'' g lit
.* s:
s fc
lis I
rme:
gre
Bt   t
er r
��� <Jej
: i
Warm Dressing   Jackets
and Gowns
The.re Is nothing fancy aboul these   gowns,   but   just   plain   ���;
garments which are made for comfort  and  use.
Eiderdowr   Dressing Jackets, three   colors.
Sizes 24  tn  IL'. each  	
sky,   grey   ami
    $2.00
Eiderdown   Dressing   Gowns, size's :: I   to   in.   each
White Bearskin  Coats
For the Little Folk.
Made of good qualities of Bearskin cloth, guaranteed to wa     ��
shown in sizes for any child from six months to seven yes I
each    $2.50 to I
Bearskin by the Yard, if you wish   to make   up  your  own   c. jfc't
will find the values unequalled at these prices, per yd..$2.00 to ri'em
New Styles in Winter
Waists
The last of our st. ' u ��� if Women's
Flannelette, Cashmere, and Lustre
Waists have just arrived.   Ask to see
them.       In     the     Ready tee-wear     I) ������
partment.
Flannelette Blouses, is fancy patterns and colors; size's, :ri to lu.
Each 75c to $1.50
Lustre Waists,��� BUch colors as
brown, navy, cream, green, cardinal,
and black ami white, all sizes,   Each
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   $4.00
SHAWLS of every description.    Ask   to be. shown our new BtOCK
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LEADERS IN  MILLINERY.
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Family Trade a Sptclalty.
Tri. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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