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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
260 lolumbia'St
Phone 85
VOL*-
WB ;:, NUMBER 203.
V   vic^
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   TUESDAY  MORNING, DECEMBER 15,
1908.
FIVE CENTS PEK COP1
ELECTORS VOTE CONFIDENCE
IN MtMBEP^ OF 1908 COUNCIL
ST
��. J. Fader Only   Alderman   Dekw'u   Yesterday    Large
Vote Polled -One Temperance Candidate Defeated
Carter Smith and George Adams New Members of Aldermanic Board.
BANQUET IS HELD      (AMUNDSEN TO SPEND  !REDUCTION IN PRICE OF
ELECTRIC LIGHT PROPOSED
BT SONS OF ENGLAND
Many Attend Social Gathering at Russell Hotel-Large
Delegation from Vancouver
EIVE YEARS IN ARCTIC
A total ol S52 vol.     were polled    In ,.,         v, 1)(_..gl_   ,h(, ci(i_
_   civic   election   Cor   nidi Teinperauc,   v    m at no    time
,,���  vi ii  Bve of iii--    - x     Mir n ���   '       :':i:' !    >'           I* ea they in-
,',��� were again in Lhe '.,���������         :l :     "   "'" Members
.   ,    ���, . '  '���'   ��� "   ���"            ignlzant ot the
..,,,.���   .       ��� ���!   by  substantial   ma orl ,
��-r'                                                       - v        li  they wei    . cpected to vote
ulD8  "'��� '"'" :  '" l'"*-l| for live or six mon only,   AU day yes-
���   I    Vader, who iva       -v ;-1 la;   tl    *i empi  am ���   leaguers we e
.,,.,        h ;i I    < Vi. _���       \dam . e acth         , the supporters
in  "ii   the   winning  i ,     ��� "'    *                                  cke*.    many
i ectoi -. ���   induced    to
v,       .   i   ilaj -   past   M i.  I i,I. ;   lu
' ' me to lhe polls nt ilu   urgent Bolici*
been ���        : '" hl   ;'   "'""''  lhn ! itlou i    ���  .   ..,., ���    r canvassers.
11|.             hi    Ina   ������   ..   to ii'- ;    In? Tv,    -      ...     ,.,..-.        in uae ai the
do doubt a grea         , '    ���   ha I    ;i ;   liall ���      eing deposited
.,      ���.       defi it. " "--   ���' ��� l   ���"'" in ; I ������ other.   Captain
nerallj   expected  thui ''    '   -,: l! H- ���'��� A. Burnetl  were   the
Ity ol    tie  ' Id aid' 11  ��� a'"- ';l1" - '���'��� al  the  cen-
n,                electi 'I.     u opin "ii   uoi i. lon.   .A   Sapi ei ton, whi re 106
inn  u     i: - ii- w . 'in '-lectors i     t their vo     , C   W, Gillan-
! I..-..., .:  ....   i- . . v. i. .| .        ;! '        ��� :  I             ' -  of deputy
i            ���   winn      in    iopul trl ....           .   H. Burr acted
v    ... ieni  and    tfti '"  ���'>  :i;--   ' ���   "''    '������   the  West   End,
... n_   his   -   - "' ''  ''-    - '";    w":'  m '
lard a        ���  i   | The vote i         ������-'��� rday  wa.*   much
���            i-i irger tl an                        ied    al    the
,,.      .        he women                     . municipal el,                      months a jo,
defeated   th.-   ������i-nial   can --1'"11   x    W   *'ra>'  * cari '���   '-��'   voti   ���
, or ss li      than were cast In his favor
Smith - vi.           , ���        ������'���      ri .   i" al   ,-otei   casl   toi
,   man-.,  mon    i :i  a'd' : iM' "   ���'  :   *'' ar were as
-.       .       te  fact"'that   he  ma ���       V. W. Gray,   166;   E, ,T.  ;
,,     ..                : w   ,1, li     '   ''���   '       "      �����    >  -1  J��hl-   ��
���  -lv rat,    .          meeting on *       ��� ex. 0     ���        S3;     I.   Henley,
...  .   :,..., ���         *V. Shiles, 329. 1 ..- candidates
V   : 11   whili    h,    ...>- "  l909 *Ve '    '*   Ma,iB ���Ralp*a
��� , .. om yeai   o d        ���   li uc ' -           '���''   ���'���'���   al    !" ' sv   ':   Fal' '
ol     the     othei
.     ,1   ,          con     :��� MANITOBA   UNIVERSITY
,      ,    ,  .        ; .���,,.   .,,      ..   ��� I                               IN  NEED OF  RECUITS
. .   i manj Btu tuunl
Daring EaXplorer Will Sail
North inNansen's Fram���
Provisions for Seven Years
... had figured o a    Mi
-..    Di
11.
Sin aking   ni
,i,l poll bettei        ���         ���  ���                 Methodist    church    yesterdaj
^^_______       __________________________��� __________________�����	
, [all    in  :li"  we������   ' ii l   in   ���
.,   ... hi   ma le a
Sparling, of W< co l- -',
I winni,.- -. madi   .'������'-.    appeal    foi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Bu;,������.!i   t'--ir  ilu- education of    young
"thi    'Tin,,, .,-,-.-     vv,   , mini     ���      The  shortage
,   eh-nient, onlj  one can-   ol her    in the  wi       n  province
...   A    11.,.,Una,. '-  v, In- said, about 100 men.
of  the  candidates  on "
.,     tii   v   . i    in lh Unemployed  in   Spokane.
, __                11,.,     i 1     i'.,-vi-i -���   "i   tli'
-.:,. i   he tickets  were couni ���"*>   ' "IUI    '     -
the   even aid    men to,  19 !��, fou th   ��� and,  of homele.     and    wnnuebs
tics, while men   ivho   are   flocking   Into   Spokane
the other threi -  I ��      'arts '"' tn '""���    f"
-,   in lhal di.        ��� th.   worki.  w 13 and  surround-
....      of   the   tempo,   uc,   ad-1 lug minin* _<;a>nv  *��� ���Z,\ 1^..
. ,,    thi   resull  ol a  lon -  ������ n
>   t. ady campaign, In whic
u,       enti l'-'l  to  a   sri at. r   * *
(,   ||.  ;���.,;  Moore has started a mov
.,,   rind  work,   food  and   shelter
for them.
RESULTS OF CIVIC ELECTIONS
MAYOR
W    H.  KEARY
Ey  Accl.imat.on
ALDERMEN
.The   Fust  Seven   Are   Elected.) W. il   End,  Cit>   Hall   S
A   VV.   CRAY     :''
-   UARRETT     ''"
J   J   JOHNSTON     : '
J.  B.   JARDINE         :l
312
J-  HENLEY	
ll 281
J.  CARTER   SMITH        "
���a 291
G.  ADAMS   	
E. J.  FADER	
���>,, J0:l
P. J.   LYNCH        -
J- REICHENBACH       ������*'    l9
is 169
A. HARDMAN       '
D. D.   BOURKE   	
E. GOULET    '7 137
(RETIRED).
JOHN  REID   	
i 25
1    11.   SMITH   	
���I VRSHALli SINCLAIR      '
i 8
'V   T   L.  1IOUSK   	
o 6
Sooiled Ballots       "
Etppun
on. '1
'..ml
45
551
71
193
38
li;:
���j**
387
II
379
117
365
29
358
;:i
360
33
325
15
6
21', 1
193
18
1S2
11
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1615
0
1
:i6
5
,4a'
31
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29
1
....
10
1
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11
SCHOOL TRUSTEES
v.. (By  Acclamation.)
JOhm -.-/������.-     ->* L. THORNBER.
AMES   LOREE
I here was a gri at gathering at the
Russell hotel last evening when lhe
annual banquet of ihe district lodges
of the Sons of England Benevolent'
oclet*, took plai.. li. L. Webber occupied the chair, mid there were
representatives present from the Wil-
lerforci and Western Jubilee VI..'---,
Vancouver, Merrli England Mount
Pleasant, \\a tern Hose, North Vancouver and Ro e if Columbia, Nevy
Wi   trnln ��� r.
A vriii menu was served, and a
Qne orchestra dispensed music. An
apologj wa announced from H. (J.
Walker for his absence, .-\bout 100
guesi    ive e present.
Imperial Forces.
Aft' i- the loyal toast had been duly
honoi ed, Bro. Kirby, of Mei rl< Km. -
Ian I lodge, Mount Ph usual, gave thi
'lull eri I Eorci . ;;iv '���-, fei ������ ' to tiie
agitati in .. In lia, n tring the com* i
it the Briti ���:, , ��� my would   be
when   ii - tim.   i a r.e,    T.  S. I
i
Anna mini. ��� responded, , eferring to thi
time   * hen   he  commanded   thi   1 cal
forces.     IT   alludi tl   to    Capt.    <'V'
P     Ips-Woolley'a ad Iress on the   lm-!
perial navy, and commended the captain's reasoning for Canada to possesa
a navy.    He thought it was up to the
. Ince    and    Dominion to   take In
hand  the  qu Vani. as  Australia    was
iii   made ri ference to the fact
th ti  though born in Scotlan I, he was
1   in  England   ....  ilause)   and
i M>,,n as he cami   to    manhood    he
. ;,i camula.
Grand   Lodge-,
iii man proposed    the   grand
In di >ng .-" U<   regri tted thai
Ime for toaa . ig subor-
������  lodges  thai  evening  owing   ...
-.. th "i the '"..si list. They cou I
i   ��� ili��.. subordin-
,-. ���  .      : ._- ., bi n thej i  a
the statlstii :  by   the  -
od  ���      ii  thej   onlj   eonsidi red   whai
ih.-   i .-        odge ace implLshing
ild   it   oni -     -."���     the     ai  ���
amount  of  relief  their  members   -
���  .��� .I in  the  ...     '��� w   months.    A
amo ini    of i ��� li- I    m iney    had
een    ���  ��� n led, and    their    mem -   -
v    ed in a social \. ay. There
v, as no, only the v" .   - ���   .  In
to interest, but soi | i : motions
l ke -.ial gathi ring, There had bi i a a
lai gi vi retasi in the m 'mbership In
the .li-- rict, ami during the last i- '���
n   ��� had been Instituted i!1
Mount   Plesant and  North Vanci nver,
and .-ii.   would  be  instituted  shortly
in Grandview,   (Applause.) A* district
deputy li" was glad to do all he could
for iin- ad.ancement of the ord. r
Progress of Society.
In    ��� plj   Bro,  Disnej   *ai;i in    pari ���
The supri m.   lodge haa now turned Its
i hi;; ��� rum ill birthday,   it was on Di c,
1/2,   1874, thai  a  small  party of Englishmen banded   themselves    together
in the citj of Toronto, tor the purpose
of forming a society  for mutual pro-
tec lon, to assist  each othi r in glck-
ues.. and In  health, to bury the dead,
and care for the widow  and prphan,
which   obligations   they   luiv,    cheer
fu I j and falthfullj carried > ul to the
s, in  day.   This great and  beloved
order nom    a  small    beginning    lias
grown to a membership ot about 30,-
000.
Having referred to the difficulties
of iin- early days, he said they weie
now sailing in smooth waters, with n
substantial hank account to the credll
of the two piincipal departments. Tho
funeral depart ment had upwards of
$22,000 and the beneficiary over $,"i0,-
000 to iheir credits, which amounts
were steadily Increasing year by year.
Of the business done in the beneficiary
department, he stated that the supreme
lodge hail paid in claims between 1SH6
and 1907 a sum of $46.!,.179.24, including disability claims of $12,700,
and old age claims amounting to
$4300. The funeral benefits paid on
the death of members, their wives or
children for the same peHdd, was
$249,651. The speaker spoke euloglstl-
eally of the supreme lodge officers,
and of local officer.*-, particularly
Bro. Langdale, He concluded by hoping that the society would grow in
numbers and usefulness and lend to
make the members happy 'n being
able lo h<*��lp others.
Patriotic- Organization.
Past  District Deputy    Hortln    pro-
Ban Francisco, Dec. 14.���Captain
Ituald Amundsen, the explorer, who
saile.i through the Northwesl passage
has gent the complete plans of his
nexi daring expedition to Consul General Heary Lund, of the Sui Francisco
.Noi welgian consulate.
U' jiluns io retrace the course of
his la i exepdltlon, siai-ting fioni San
Francisco on his perilous voyage of
discov. ry and research, For more than
live .ars he expects to Intrust his
life ml those of his crew to the vast
Ice drifts of iiie Arctic, He will sail
in thc Fram, the vessel in which Captain S'ansen made his latest Arctic
ex lition.
Th,. ship will li,- provlslone l : ir
even ,*i ars. It may he all of that
time .. fore news of IV fate n a* he i
thi ii ; .ide. Am..n V'n and his m n
hoi ��� o n ake he voj'.age the greate I
Ar.       expi ,1 ii n ever known.
Aid. Gray  Introduces   Report  Suggesting Cut in Cost of
Illuminant���Council Strongly in Favor of Scheme���
Definite Action Postponed for Two
Weeks.
The feature of   the weekly   council pany.   All meters were government in-
meeting yesterday evening was the in- **P**cted aud stamped.
Aid.  Garrett remarked that i\c had
traduction of a report by Aid. A. \V.
Gray, chairman of the light committee
of the council, recommending a reduc
been given to understand ihixt _-ooio
meters in ihe city were not giving
satisfaction.   He instancv the cas-_ of
tion    in the    price of    electric    light a business ninn who*... meter was   not
charges  to  consumers,   the   proposed j stamped^by the^government,
reductions to be graded according to
the amount of light used by each cus-
tomer.     The    recommendations    embodied in the report will demand care-
mi  consideration  on the  part of thei
oiher members of the city council, and'
for   that   reason   the   adoption of   the
report was postponed until next week,.
or probably the week following, when
The chairman of th*.- light commitr
tee promised to look Into 'his. After
son,, further discussion, leave was
asked to withdraw the clause in the
reporl covering tli" charging of 15c
meter rent, but after deliberation it
was decided to leave It in for the
present and report at a later iiveting.
The committee then rose and reported progress.
PROMOTION OF IWNY    j
ENDS IN LITIGATION
An    n i". tani   i ase with    r. fer, nee
to company   promotion   came     befoi
his honor Judge Howay  yester'da
the i ountj ci urt, in t .-��� ca e of W,altei
Fin      Page  . -   W altei  Ellis, in whicli
;. al     :���   c oimi I   tor  $300,  loans, and
$2i '     n ve ���  .-  ��� ight p< r ceni    on
mon. ;��� lent.    11 v, . ; ni co inter claimed :     $600 fo   six months woi k ca, i
In     a negotiations tor the promotion
,,i    v li. V. Manufacturing company
.1   it. ii.atit appear -i.
iviiiilY   tn .   Mi     Vnold. of  Van  ;
CO . ,������;.   |. f< nded.
Aci the c claim c?r-
��� i   mon      ad vane  1 plaintiff  to
. ��� ndani   ��� ���  ��� ���       ie p   imo-
rn of l atioi
.tock in tli C. _ trlng
an.,. and   I havi   $15,*
000  v orth cl hai ������-.  but
vards     laintil to    buj
In v.   and
��� : ed to go "ii ������'���. ii the prom ition
' of the company an . ��� ��� to use the
i sen i'vs of ih- i carrj on *h
��� ��� lations to h . end He there-
tor, clalnn .1 -n ii ' irj ai Sl""
i month. ���
\ gi neral d- nial ol sta ements
Iwas made by plaintiff, who said ihat
while defendant acted as manager he
was paid accordingly, and the new
company was never Incorp -need, which
was to take over also the manufacture
of a patent for boot heels, a refusal
for which was made by the U. S v
government. Allegation was also made
of the wrongful conduct ot the defi nd-
ant.
His honor found foi ilm plaintiff
for the amount claim".I, with costs,
and the counter claim was dismissed,
without costs excepi witnesses' costs,
it  is   likely   that   ihe  reductions  sug-|
*     , . , Congratulations   and  Regrets.
gested   by   Aid,  Gray,     with     certain. 3 *-*
modifications,  will be favorably  con-1    Mayor Keary, In opening the    ses-
; ,      , sion, expressed his gratification al the
in., electric light chairman's re I   re-election of five of the six retiring
was  considered  in  committee of    the   l"1"'-   ' "��, and voiced his regret at the
e   Aid.    Shiles    occupying      thej defeat   of Aid.  Fader, having    always
chair of honor usually graced by his  found   the  latter  anxious  to  adv.,,.
worship   May,.,*   Keary,    Following  is   thi st  interests of  the    city.     His
the report, suggesting the reduction in worship's remarks   followed  tli-  r ad
jCf.. ing of the election    returns    by    i     .
Electric   Light  Charges. Clerk  Duncan.
"The  rates   for electric  current   toi
lighting purposes shall be for thi
quantity used in any oue month tti
Indicated    by    the   meter   or meters,
Sidewalks and  Crossings,
li. Hoy, who Is making a number of
alterai ons to St. Georges hall, askw
', for and was granted permission to li
which ahall be Installed on the service j building material    on    Clarkson   and
for the purpose    of    registering    the  church street.
quantity of electric current  used and
hall be as follows
P. P-e des; acting for W, Goodfi How,
,   .questing a crossing on a sidewalk on
"For the  Brsl  thirty Killowat hours   Ki,,h   ,.v,..im,     Qranted   |m(1(ji.    ..^a|
ll cents per K. W. hour. _ n . . ___
-For the next  thirty Killowat hours       ,,' N   M���h���U(] m.^ & ^..^ &]
!" cents Per K- NV- honr* cation for First .tree: with the same
"For the next forty Killowat hours   ..eBuj.
or over, 9 cents per K.  W. hour. Additional Firemen.
������Th,- rate,  for electric current    foi
hospitals, educational   .* ml   charitable
institutions shall  be at  the  rate of 8
per K. \V. hour.
"The raies ror electric current for
display signs and win,low lights foi
business houses shall be such as may
be di ti i-inim ,| from time to time by
the   council,   provided,   however,   thai
he minimum charge for any ode Ber
vie,- shall not be less than fifty cents
for one montb.
A  discount  of 20 per cent,  will  be.    ^^^^^
n       ,  ���.���      -i ,   ,���        ii.i    acte :
allow,,,l  lt   mini on or  before lhe Lull
vet.it_.a__i
I'i;-. ch.* f .1. ll. Watson asked for
live firemen, recommending Ji McRory,
.1. A. Ward, .1. Best, .1. Pelland and A.
Smith their duties to commence as
soon as the new hall is built, He aV
asked leave to purchase a horse for
sl'"" from Thomas Robinson, of D-lta.
He reported having appointed Hose-
man Hughe.* captain of No. 2 fire hall
��� i   ng   In   absence of .Assistant Chief
I .:.; ison.
The ci 'V recommendations will b.
of .ach mouth, meter rent  15c nett on
above,
Whiteside & Filmomls wrote oh be-
1 half of a client, Hip Shing Lung, with
' reference  to a   fine of $50  and  costs
posed "Our Order," Baying their order
was both good an I patriotic, as they
transacted their business with the
open Ilixik. ami the inion .lack present, .1. F. Shaw replied at some
length, pointing out that the Initiations
last year were over 5000
"Our Matlve Kami" was given by
Bro. Worth, and was received with
the singing Of "Hom,. Sweet Home.''
Bro. Wallis responded. He mentioned
that he had endeavored, through Lord
Strathcona," to place the objects of the
society before every Immigrant from
the old land coming out to Canada.
He strongly urged the necessity of
Canadian contribution to the Imperial
navy. Speaking of Canada h, believed
this was in truth lhe "Canadian century."
The advantages of the "Land wr
live in" were notic��*d by Bro, longdate. Bro. Rowlands made 8 lengthy
speech lu reply. The latter said he
never regretted having left the Old
land for Canada.
"Sister Societies" weiv toasted by
Bro. Wulte, and P. B. Lyle replied.
"The Ladies" and "'The Press"
were admirably handled by W, T.
Cooksley in a humorous and Interesting speech.
Some excellent mnsic.nl and ,,,,1"r
Items were interspers- -.1 with tn��
speeches. Notable contributions were
thos.* of F. Broad, v Jacks and 9 H
Williams.
I would further recommend thatl
the elecic light department charge lm��,OS9d -"me w,'cks as�� tor sellins
the corporation the sum of thlrty-six ����,um' ,;i" Brm Mn~ "sensed by the
dollars ner yea. for each arc light in ! dl*v "' "u,n ihe drug' The mfttter w> s
use iii ihe city, also that the light referred to the finance commi..'. i
supplied io all civic luiililings such aB
city hall, flre balls, library, market, R' ,*'*ll-v ���""��� a number ��r 0:b*rs
schools, street Illuminations, etc., be ssked for ll Slre<?t v^hl "J be p!aced
charged to corporation at the regular a1 the corner ,lf Seventh avenue and
rates ami that the amount of the Thll'd Btreet' The lisht ~mmlttee
above be taken from general revenue!wln looh inlu ''"-' matten
ami added to receipts tor the electric j *'��� "��� 'r:l>lor wrot�� asUius lhe C0UD-
light departmefit, and that iiw profits. cil '" niak'*' representations to the
to the credit or the said departmenttpostmaster-general at Ottawa with
be, as soon as possible after the close I reference to having a tree postal de-
���liv'i-y in ihis city.    The clerk was in-
structed to notify Mr. Taylor that the
council had the matter under consideration,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
HOLD ANNUAL ROLL CALL
o| ��� ach year, deposited in the hank as
a sinking fund to be used to pay off
the bonded Indebtedness of the electric
light Also that this money cannot be
iisni for any oiher purpose than above,
unless ,a by-law Is lirst voted upon by
the people In the usual manner."
After the reading of the report, a
general discussion took place on the
suggested price reduction. Mayor
Keary inquired what reduction in the
revenue the cut in price would make. The annual roll call of Royal No. 0
He also pointed out that the large con- and Granite -No. IC lodg***. of the
Burner would benefit to a gnater ex- Knights of Pythias was held last even
tent that the small customer. | ing at the hall.   There w^re about 100
In reply Aid. Gray explained that j members present, and after the regain his opinion the receipts next year i iar business the members adjourned
would be as great as during the past to ,(lt> banqueting room where Justice
twelve  mouths,  as the    light    being j waa d0ne t0 the refreshments prepared
cheaper, people would use more of it,
and consequently the financial returns
would equal those of past years. The
amount earned by the electric light
department in 1908 was approximately
$37,000
by the Pythian Sisters. ..fterwards
an informal program was can-fed
through under Chairmen J. B. Kennedy and T. Turnbull. Among those
who contributed were F. J. Lynch,
recitation;   A.   H.   Ferguson,   speech;
A discussion ensued on the ad-lA. Innes, song; George S. Blakeloy,
disability of cancelling the meter rent, speech; M. W. Minthorne, reading; G.
all the members taking part in the de-1 Williams, instrumental; J. Mahoney,
bate favoring this measure. 'speech;   U. Cameron,  recitation;     D.
Replying to an Inquiry, Aid. Gray j walker, short talk; W. W. Forrester
staled that the city had $20,000 worth jand T. Hembrough, speeches. A
of meters scattered throughout the | pleasant evening was brought to rt
city He suggested the .advisability of. finish with the slnein? of Auld Lang
insuring these with some reliable com-   Syne.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, DEC.
l5. nog,
WHEAT ELLVAT9RS
PHUPOSEO FOR COAST
Two  Million  Dollars  Will  Be  Spent  by
C. P.  R.  in  Special  Work  in
B. C.  This  Year.
Street Letter Boxes
F illowing is the complete    list    of
-     ������; letter boxes, together with their
location and numerical designation:
Box Xo. Situation.
i   l���Eighth Ave. and Twelfth St.
2    Eighth  Ave. aud  Eighth St.
Seventh  Ave.  and   Fourth  St.
4���Sixth Ave. and Third St.
5���Sixth Ave. aud Sixth St.
ii-��� Sixth Ave. and Ninth St.
7���Sixth  Ave.  and  Twelfth S .
j���-Sixth Ave. and Fourteenth St.
'.'���Fifth  Ave. and Fourteenth St.
VVinnipi g, M tn., Dec.  11. -The c. r.
���- r. ace of officials of the Pacific   li
id of the C.  P.  K..  with Li neral
Manager Bury, concluded on San;:-:
night, aud with the exception of M
Bnsteed, who remains  until Tuesday,
all left for home on Sun lay. Mr. Wnytej 10���Fourth Ave. and Twelfth St.
carries  appropriations  east  with  him, 11���Fourth _Vveuue and Tenth St.
.and also will discuss  the question -ill,���Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
building an elevator at Vancouvei, in  1.'���Fourth Ave. and Fourth St.
conjunction   wi;h   the   Dominion   gov-, 11���Fourth Ave. and Second St.
ernment,   for   the storage of  Alberta 15���Third Ave. and Second St.
wheat. Over  two million dollars  will   16���Queens Ave. and First St.
be spent in special work on the Pacific   IT���Queens Ave. and Third St.
division this year, in the reduction of IS���Queens  Ave, and  Sixth St.
grades, steel bridges, new depot buili-l 19���-Queens Ave. and Tenth St.
ings and freight .-beds. Captain Troup 20��-BIghth St. and Toronto Place.
will later go on in Montreal in c<**,n
nection with the transfer of the At
lantic Empresses to the Pacific.
FIRE CAUSED PANIC
AMONG THE INSANE
21���Hanlan and Turner Sts.
22���Agnes aud Tenth Sts.
Vgnes and Seventh Sts.
.'���     vn.'s and Fourth Sts.
25���Agnes and Elliott Sts.
26���Agnes and Dufferin Sts.
."   Columbia and  Leopold Sts.
2S   ''.real   Northern  Railway  Station.
Montreal,  Dec. 14.���A Dre    at    th    -'   Columbia and Elliott Sts.
Verdun asylum  for    the   insane    on lolumbia and Fourth Sts.
Saturdaj  resulted in damage   to    tnel   L���Columbia and Alexander Sts.
extent of  about  $30,000.    Great    ex- 32��� Columbia and Tenth Sts.
cltement reigned in the earlier stages      ���C. P. R. Station, Front St.
of the blaze, ami the official.-- of 34���Front and McKenzie Sts.
Institution passed through an anx ���Front and Lytton Square.
time .-Front St., Schaake Building.
Patients in some of the buildings): ���Brunette and Keary Sts.
were unaware that a Qre was in progress, but other.-- hev*. ,j in close proximity to the outbreak had to I e removed to safety und _ trying t-ondi-
*.ions, while at one time it was dread-
��� 1 that the flames might engulf the
'dder building;- and precipitate a
��� istrophe such as was witnessed a
lumber of years ago, when the
Longue Pointe asy'.um was binned
down and  manv  lives   lost.
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Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Ca&e
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MIlDB OBLT BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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[Dry Goods House
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139���Columbia and Distill,: ry Road.
40���Eighth Ave   and  Richmond  St.
41���Richmond and  Keary Sts.
42���Columbia  and Alberta Sts.
4.1���Junction Columbia and Front Sts.
Every Diamond We Sell
���whether over the counter, or by mail���is   guaranteed   the    h A
quality.   As to price.*, well���our method of buying wholesale in larg
quantities, for- all our stores ai once, in the world's -J amond ��� mt
vues you the middleman's pn fit;*.
Diamonds Are
Appropriate
in almost Q
kind    ".    Jewelry,  notabl;   rings, pendanl
necklace*, cuff links, studs, charms, and pin- oj i          See         Q
i      logue   ������ i     i free on request���for the man} ^
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Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd \
TME   BIG   JEWELERY   STORE 5
Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts.    Vancouver. 5
Geo. E. Trorey, Managing Director
At Sale Prices
���ant Mink Stole; regular price $125;  Christmas
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Kb gin.   Mink Scarf;  regular
Handsome Qrey Fox tv
inc.
Christmas  Sale Prl
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Christmas  ?<
Hlack Pi rslan Lamb Bcarl and Cu hi in Muff
Christmas   Sale   Price
Sa >l", i lei man Mink, Musl   Ra froi
BUY NOW
**de   Pr,ce $1950 >���;
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$35,00 >!
���o $20.00 ��
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Xmas Perfumes, Comb and Brush Sets
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TAFT   INTENDS  TO
SEE PANAMA CANAL
Washington, Dec    14.���William   H.
'; il .   president-elect    contemplates   a
visit to Panam i befoi    i.i- Ina
tion.   While it has not been Qnally determined upon, Mr. Taft announced on
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tion to go.    Shoui I  * his    final
.   ��� V.    wi     ���-  ��� .ton, SC
probavy thi   11 .:,   ran   irj  for
which will ot ipproxli
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raft' trip of thi
: Isthmus would be of
��� i  : It mt  _��� . e advancement
of th. canal project    ad con
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FIRE &JI    RM  BO.X__._S.
5���.-sy.-iai.
���v���Royal City .Mills.
7���Carnarvon and 'fenth.
5���Royal avenue and Eighth.
0���Fifth avenue and twelfth.
U���St.   Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
21���Queen's   avenue a-"i   Sixth.
21��� - .-.id avenue and Second.
'2~i���Fifth  avQ-��.ip  and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue    n I P.Ighth.
_T���Third avenue ani Tenth.
"2���Agne? an 1 Sixth.
31���Schaake '1 ici     ��� Works,
35���Columhla an! McKenzie
'.'.--C.P.R.   Station.
4J--Sm..!] & Bucklin Mills.
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That you get more satisfaction in    wearing   a    Bull
SPECIAL   REQUIREMENTS  than you do when  wearing   I
wear" suit which Is made to te  crowd and not
dividual ;. -*���
������CUSTOM   MADE  CLOTHES" made by me wlll  .   ���
;.   ind thi  price i- ri ;ht.
RUTLEY'S
(LATE THOS. C. MORGAN.i
Christmas Goods
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Opposite Post Ow'ce. Colu-no I  Street,
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DAILV       NEWS
Tou   WANT  HELP.
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FINE ART
OLD COUNTRY
CALENDARS
=^^ Old Country
BOOT STORE
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'���av- ,u ��� got to band a rare .-election in elghl  different Bub*
'   "'. the Bn        pecimens In   . v art color printing, obtainable in
d oountr;      ������.-.   of them aftei   well known  painting,  i..  artlsta
ol WORLD WIDE tame.
A-- these works of art are ��� icessarlly very expensive we cannoi be
ected to give them away ind   crimlnately;   we therefore    propose
giving any on. of them to evei ra er of goods to the  value ol
one dollar and upwards, so thai no one need with Buch a nominal
purchase lose ihis opportunity of becoming possessed of one of these
specimens of old country high art,
As a further Inducement to purchasing good boots and shoos at
���'���ii- time, we have put on a big reduction In price sale In all lines of
boots, shoes and slippers, Bultable for the present season,
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manurarlurer* and Daaier* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Saah,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
A little Good Coal
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our coal, becausi
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leaves very little
no more per ton   ii.-.-'
grades,    We  deliver  It  to an)'
part of the city.   Full
alwayi     Telephom
to us.
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now moved in") our new store, recently <><���<��� .
showing a complete i u-8
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order earlj    !1 '
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ll. smith's millinery department, and are
of CHRISTMAS COODS
An earlj .election will prove profitable to the purchasi
the very article you have decided "n for that gift
you gel a larger choice of pood, to   elect from #
The  Jeweler i
New Westminster   I
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!W. C. CHAMBERLIN
���       s.,1,. agent for the Long m ��� md Hamilton Wa
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is now about complete. Shelves, tables,
show cases loaded.
OW Country Boot Store
Columbia Street
JOHN   STEWART,    -      Proprietor
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Great Clearance Sale
Toys  and   Dolls
till goes merrily on.
snipped away down.
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Hungarian Jewel
Terminal	
McQuarrie & Co.
Ki.ori.
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$7.00 per bri.
$6.50 "  "
$5.50 "  "
WD I'KL'il) MERCHANTS
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FRONT   STREET
New   Westminster.
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND  STORE FITTERS.
Builders of Mission Furnltur ���,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and C ir Line
Phone 473.
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THE       DAILV       NEWS
""OR QUIOK  KiDTURNS,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i oute
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for U.NRAI-. CARCROS5.
Win i I     HORSE
pAfRRANKS     Daily trams
Sunday)   ***��}$��%&
maintaining a through winter
Foi information *W'*>Bt0
[.   H   ROGERS.
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If you contemplate buying a
5-Acre
Be sure you secure one near town
:       :     ON THE TRAM LINE     :       :
Our subdivision is positively the only one on the
market supplying either or both these conditions,
and when you consider it is an i. isputable fact
that more money has been made by purchasing
land near growing centres of po] ul; tion than by
all other schemes combined, you will readily understand the wisdom of those who e already invested with us.
It stands to reason that land. s< ated is bound
to increase in value much moTe apidly than if
miles away from town or electric tram. The present low prices will not hold good much longer.
We are opening all roads in our subdivision, so
that every lot will front on a good road.
The soil is just the right sort for fruit culture,
and the clearing so light that the wood and shingle bolts will sell for enough to about pay for it.
The price we are asking per acre for our splendid South Westminster home.sites is only $75.00 to
$100.0v, and we have a number of choice blocks
left to be sold at these ridiculously low figures,
which will soon be raised.
If you do not want one of them yourself, just
make a present of one to each of your children (it
would be the very best kind of life insurance) and
even if you do not plant the land out in fruit, it
will almost certainly add to its present value fully
100 per cent, each year for the next ten years,
making it worth in that time $1,000.00 per acre,
a very reasonable expectation. We can give you
a deed at once.
Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Also for sale at   MALE   BROS.   &   CO.   and
PACIFIC   REALTY   CO.
THE
Road to Toy Land
is
UP THE STAIRS
At Moray's
Decorate Bill Nye's Grave.
Gre-enshoro. N   Y , nee. 14���-Dr. .1.
M   Danzii onville, N, C,
nd ol   : In. humorist Bill
**.'!...     ���     an or lei   tor a largo
<,;  ro i. ii granite to   bo    placed
.. monument al    Nye's    _ a
Shoa        v   , pitaph    engi
.,n !.-��� .ning prepared    as    the
Inscription for the monument.
THE STAGE
Hundreds of people are
travelling it these day?.
Follow the Crowd
if you want to see the finest
display of
TOYS
IX*THE CITY.
AT
Synopsis of  Canadian   Homestead
Regulations.
J_r.y available Dominions lands **������*'
in the railway belt in British Colum
bla, may be homesteaded by any person
ftho is the sole homi oi a farai
any male over IS years of age, to thi
extent of one-quarter section oi lou
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personal     a
.the local land office tor the dis'ri.     i
which the land  is situate.    Entry  by
proxy may, however, be made on cei
tain conditions by the rather, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister ol an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the  conditions  connected  thi   ���
with    under    one    of the    folio-*.n>.
plans*.
(1) Ai leasl six momus' residei ���
upon and cultivation of the  land
' each year  for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, II bi
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in    the
.vicinity of :he land enured  fu;   'Hf-
requirements as to residence ma     be
. oseph Spa
rigan,   has
comedian fo
'���Fifty Miles From Boston."
Cohan and Harris, under who I
management tbi Qeorge Cohan mu
, I comedy, "Fifty Miles from Boston,"
win be presented ai the opera bouse
.;, \; Mon in. have again givon tin
production a casl ol well known
pla ye -
who appears ae ll,ai--
ly    Identified
ie ii.     hei    leai
. seasons, He also
appear. I   witl    Vrnold   Daly  in ".lohn
i ither Island," and in several V
ms.
Miss  Suzanne  Leonard   Westford  is->
one of the mot.      llliant c ub worn* i
ti da;     Shi   *. as  president of the
Mew      York mal    Woman's
league, and bas spoken many times
iefore the most prominent clubs ol
Iho country.
Miss  Westfo bi   sister of Mis.--.
Lillian Rust?< ;.. and is a tall statnes-
v beauty, with a < banning manner-.
Sh ;i peared in the Cohan play as a
typical Now England gossip, and her
ong "Ain't lt Awful." is said to be
���   .. cially clevi
ViEAT  TRUST TO   EXTEND
TO  WESTERN  CANADA,
nnlpeg,    Di c      14.���i lorn I i
..ii,.,- ii. s   : .i , 'p.ated   ib ���
v. -:.  i, Canada bj  th.      i -        that
11 M.  MacCloud,  iiiinagi i  of ihe
Pai ci mpanj    in    Chi-
��� be    meat
satisfied by such person reai din        a   -ru ' ;" ex combine's    la
the father or mother.
COLUMBIA  ST.
 t    the
pf il       Greal    Laki
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������!  such -    ���  -        ���      onsi i,.'   -
.   ,    :-, i,u Ing thi ii    coi   ti ii    ot
Ihe Moody Park Store
Comer  Sixth   Ave   ."'id   Tenth   St.
\ . Grccc.  es. Confect
School     Stationer)      and      Christmas
Goods.
,'.    ������      v TH    Proprietor.
(3)    If thi   .-.tiler has his  ,���
���;,: residi 11 land
i    5 him in the vicinity of bis i
stead, lhe . ��� iuln ments    -,_.-
dence may be satisfied by    res
upon the said .und.
Six months' notice in wriiii,    ���
be given to the Commissioner ol Dominion Lands ai Ottawa of Inti ...
apply for patent Will   Sign   Extradtion   Treaty.
COAL.-  Coal mining rights maj    ��� Is,   Dec, e  exchangi     of
leased for a period of twenty-om atures to    '���   nev   run.-,:  _nv-ri-
at  an   animal  rental  of   $1   per
Not   more   than 2560 acres ���-   .
V    .   ��� - .   individual or i ���
A royally al the rate of five   i i I
ton shall ' e .-"1!i ��� ted on    the
chantable coal mined
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of "*e Mlnisti r of 'hi   frit.
treat;   ol   exi adit li n   w ll ink,
i Pa ev.   days, TMt
atj   is substanti , j   ideni cal with
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YOUR   XMAS   GOODS  EARLY
IN
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ana you will  have one o{
tKe biggest Cnnstmases in
tKe Kistory of your Kusiness
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THE DAILY NEWS
[Nationals vs.   ..'estminsti_.r away and
11 Thistles    vs.    westham     Island or
Cl Itlcs.
Cook, of thi   Shamrocks,  was sus-
Published by the Daily News Publishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
.     o'���.l,      orarl      S*rnnt ! I'f'OdPd   tor   Oil,*'   lllOllth   ior   1'OUgh   pii'*,
offices, corner of   bixth   and   riout
t.*_,_.f���,i���a..or   u   r and   Lock, or  Westminster, was  su -
streets, .New  Westminster, B. C.
 iiended   for  a   similar   period   for his
E. A. Paige Managing Director   remarks to the referee on Saturday a
the National cup tie,
For an action taken    before    Sail
joined  the Rovers, he,  together with
_: Barker, of the Thistles, was suspended
for  two weeks   for   rough   play  in   a
.name six weeks ago.
The league game between Westminster and Westham Island at which the
latter team failed  to  appear was set
i for Feb. 13 at  Moody  park.
TUESDAY, DEC. 15, 1908.
PULPIT AND POLITICS.
A bad precedent, and one likely to
lead to serious results, ������ is I -u this
city on Sunday evening by a minister
of the Gospel, when he undertook toj
instruct his congregation how to vote
iu the civic election held yes:, rday.
and that he could only mention six out
of thirteen names to fill seven seats,
and moreover that four of the candidates selected by him were of his
own denomination, and that they could
���he "depended U]>on to support all
measures of temperance and moral re-
form, that are in the best interests of
the community".and "in the best *n-|
tereat of you:* city and your home"
to, we presume, the exclusion of the
othe:- gentlemen, none of whom are
members of his church, but who are
neverthelos mo I highly respect, d in
the city.
We refrain I from comment at
len v on this yesterday morning, un-
wiiliup: to preju iice the electorate, but
an uttering such as was made by the
reverend g ���'.' man can only lead to
the diresl  resull
Tho pulpit, we maintain, is not thei
place to canvass in. and furthermore j
we have never heard  a word uttere I
against the Integrity, fairmindedness,
or ability as well a.- pi rsonal honor of i
candidates not mentioned, nor do
we know of men wi-.h a greater desire,
to have  a  clean,   upright  and  moral,
city    than   Messrs.   Jardine,   D.   D. j
.Bourke,    E, Goulet,    F. .1. Lynch,
fReichenbach, J. Henley    and    E.
Pa ier.
For Sale
A span of heavy geldings
(bays), well matched, about
1700 lbs. each; five and six
years old.
For price and further particulars, apply to
E. A. P., Box^29, City.
Get the Habit
Specials
FOR
Today
All day
milk jugs
China,  glass
10c .-ach.
mn r��*c
7:30 p in.���"Ulsti i
paper 20c per box.
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THE  ELECTION   RESULT.
The return     ho    thai   he old cun-
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"The Bis Store.'
.   a majoritj   u   ... . ��� rsonnel of
he new board  ��� lecte 1.    Five of   ihe
��� nr dune:;   h -v.-    :��� ci ived the
irate    shows
ii thi
of 1908  l - av   ptabli   to thi   ��� li
Thi   \-,r-  thai    .; Carter SmithIa
and  v in    Bn I ,a p ttom  ���	
of the poll is a iat stai -..- ni 3,
not in accordan facl   are s
copied as truth by an unthinking element.    Thi   :--'.:;    .>���-.: V..   I . I .il.i'
tl if i tin gei , :. v ��� elected
the taxes u _    iroperl
at Sappi . ton ��ould . reniltt I. No
broad-minded ;; in ������ mid have offered
such a reason wh; the electorate!
should support him.
Mr. Carter Smith will add more
weight to the council if he ts determined to use his -j.':: Judgment, but
we question if Mr, Adams will
strengthen the aldermanic board.
We feel thai  the ratepayers should
uot expect anyone to do anything   to!
aid the material progress of the city
when  it  turn- down  such a  man as
Aid.  Fader, for the-  sole  reason  ihat
he realized and took advantage of the J
possibilities  that  tended toward  new,
life and progress.    It is true he was'
only  an  Instrument  In  creating    the J
causes of tha-  new life and progress
thai possessed  the city,  but he was'
the "instrument'' and took   considerable risk in connection with the new,
Industries he established, in that   he,
could not reckon with an unthinking
.   -in nl  who would crush out the very)
life of his enterprise to start Industries employing a large    number    of,
UJ'-.'l,
. In Lhe frame Up of the Methodist
Icket It is strange that such clean
ipen handed citizen as Messrs,
Lynch, Releh"n''.-_<-h, Bourke. Jardine,'
ii. oh .- Fader and Goulet, mi n again t
whom thi     i_    uevi r been the sllg]
. b , low oi suspicion  wen omitted, |
points to r very unfair system oi elec
tloneerlng on the part of a so-called
Christian church, Inasmuch as no ques-'
tlon as to their particular -land was
over put to th, in. anrl they were iu   a
������ ��� use con lemned unheard.
Such tactics although successful
now, may be a source of regret ln the
future, but under the system of change
of residence of the minister responsible for them lie may not be made to
Buffer the loss thej will entail.
one regret we have Is that a man
with so much time at his disposal aa
JJ. D. Bourke was turned down for no
apparent reason.
SUSPENSION OF LOCK
111 I Mill!: COMMITTEE
"The Ideal Store."
"No Stairs to Climb."
"Broad Aisles."
"No Crowding."
".Ve buy for cash    and sell to
J. New some & Sons VV. IN. Draper
Painters and Decorators F��      r~     t _r#
Estimates on All Work Given Land
399 Sixth Avenue Surveyor
New Westminster E|lai"d B'ocK, New Westminster, e c
FOR
Great Shoe Bargains
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JOHNSTON'S
! PRINTING
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every    order   plac*5_i    with
us    nie,.r,5    a   satisfied   CUl
tomer.
OUR [WORK SATISFIES
Ol'R PRICES ARE RlliHT
������{���        Rati .  "i, work of ai     I
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on api       tion
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*l* Daily News Block. T
X.     New Westminster. Phone 388    .$.
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MADE IN CANADA
Sold and
Used
Everywhere
E. W. Cilliil Co., U*
Tcroolo. OnL
_ | i��. O. Box  4TI.
Tel. sr..
lies. 129
Make your selections of
Xmas Footwear now.
All   lines   reduced away
down in price.
Special  prices
on Boys' and
Girls' Boots.
You   can buy
them at factory prices
this week.
SETTLERS'   Gasoline Engines
ASSOCIATION
OF B. C.
P.  O.  Box  556 Phone 334
We  sell   the   celebrated   Palmer
Bros.
Engines.
]'������ to 25 li   ;���-. - an' '��� '������
le   !!���
value on the
:   ,   el    Ei
fan  supply flve aire    fruit    lands
within easy distance of town; cash or   stock at
three yeai -.   Terms to snii nil cllenl
..Westminster
Comfortable   flve   roomed   cotttagi
and three    lot*,    all   cultivated     foi
J, 1600.00.
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor
Five in-'.''. nl! cleared and < ulii,  ��� .
for $1000.00.   Term . ]'|*|)||| Street,    ���     ^w W*IS'111*fl,S,i'
Iron  Works
It Will Pay You to Take
Advantage of This
Shoe Sale
I
A meeting of the Vancouver District1
Fnoiball league was beld last evening
when the draw was made tor the B, (.'. I
.���up  tie second  round, which  will  be
played on dan. '.*.   The draw resulted: j
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, lid
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   8HOE   HOU8E  IN B. C.
P. B. BROWN
MANAGER AUCTIONEE 1
Begbie Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
WHEN YOU WANT M KINO OF
REPAIRING OONE
Such as Gun?, Umbrellas, Typewriters,
or any light automatic machinery repaired, ko to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on the Wheel."
FOR SALE CHE^P.
Large steam whistle.
Four horSe power engine.
One straw ''utter.
One '<-|i for express wagon.
Also a good Bsaortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck BIcck, Near Tram Office.
Phone 275.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
I un.ee 'Phone 1Sb.     Barn   PnoM ^
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   prompt..   '"
any part or tne city,
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TPAM DEP^T
XMAS GROCERIES
Candid  Peel   RaiSln"
a run line  of general   ******
roods    ��n'*
lowest prices.    Try    our
vou  will (''mi" Wa,n'
THOS. RUTLEDGE
i fifth ftvettO*
Corner .Sixth Street and HM
Phone '-0-''
<% rUE60AY,
dEC.   15,  1908.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE  FIVE
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Shopping Days
Before Xmas
just  nine  more  O&ys for you   to i      ,.:. .     our  Chriatmas
popping.   We extend you a   special Invitation  to  inspect our
.   inek of really useful   irticli uitable    |       Christmas
������"     Remember, we sell ai     ���  . . ;im..
give you the blgge -  . du
���   - -   - -     -  -  -  - -   -      ..   .   ...    ... ... ... ... .... ...
\y. commen I the undernv ati me .,,, ; ,..-..-
a�� l Gentlemen's   V.   - v    ���  $1.00 to $3.j0
Sti   mer and Travelling Rug      ��� n $2.50 to $7.75
and Geni '  Linen Handkerchiefs from ,5c to $2.00
Fun ���- Belts trom, ,..,        25c to $1.75
:���,.i.   ' Fancy Collars from         15c to $3.00
il    Bro ���'..   , Puis, Buckles   eti . 25c to $1.00
Gloves   in endless varie .... 50c to $3X0
��� Hun i Bag , new .tyles   I ..75c to $7.50
.  Ni ckl e  I', ari Bi ads. el 10c to $1.50
Ui :������   '   Wool   !.   i i I Silk Hosi ���       ind all  prici s,
Plain and Fancy \V ol v.:  Si      H        from..  25c to 75c
Cushl 'ii - and  i'n  iii.,ii   ���'*���
Pii ��� u     Tape
i.i a and Fancy Hand  Drawn Lin -  Runners,
Scai \e i, li ij lie*. ���;,-, Half Pric
.-,   Hand-in ide Battenbu . ' ai  Hall Price.
Sal p.  Daniasl   Table Cloth . wii -.-  to match, from, per
S,-t $4.00 to $30.00
.,  down  '.v ach   from ...  $5.00 to $15.00
iys' Plain mil Fancj   Swi  85c to $3.00
i ��� .    ch $2.00 to $150.00
Mi ITE    ��� : to '" p< r cenl :��� SI ' '������
Magniflc ii-   array of   Won   a'    F 3      Wa   I
.'���   mi :.     ,   mi      N.,.   |,,, . .-ii  . .$2.00 to $25.00
Ladies' Fascinators, in Wool and 9      from    $1.50 to $3.00
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Shop Early and Get Best Service
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ICity NewsJ
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in- Dunsmuir ���.������luk* in yesterdaj
from Ladysmith with coal for Glllej'
Bro
Gamon'a for Roj .]  City Mixture. *
'l'i'- Imperial Ol company will be
accomodated with quarters on the C.
1'. K. spur ii., I Twelfth street
corral.
MacKenzie'a cough cure cures.      **
li Is doubtful if t'ne Itamona will b -
able t" take the up-river run today,
as her In lection hias not yet been
complete.
Knock the cover on a box of "B.
('." cigars and try one. It will make
a ���'hit." **
A general mi sting V the Rovers
football clu bi   held this evening
..i Murchle'   pai Ioi .-��� at s p.m. pri c  i ���
ed  by an ������__ th ���  meeting at  7:30
Tlie   \V,   ���-::',      ���   l.i'��� ral     aesod i-
tion  meets  in the club rooms, <������ : I
Columbia mid M-cKenz-e streetB, ��� ������
 I and tou   I  TV- .! tys at 8 p.m.
Qg      Libl : V -      Welcome,      A.       F..
Kellington, presld v .    J,    W.    Mac-
i lonald, *���-,: etar
At the boai 1 'i trade room this
evening a meeting V ilu- Westminster
ivi in !��� club will I"- li' Id at which
tii,- challengi i of the Tecumshes mid
���the Capitals oi   Regina will be taken
pointing ni a committee to assist in
the org inizing of a smoker to lie held
at the Hardman hall early in the new
j ear
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old
Sport" eigars. The old reliable
brand-.
Ideal Xmas Presents
We art. showing a Iin- V goods suitable for holiday gifts that surpass anything ever shown before.
We have rockers a*  special prices that will givi* .mui   i ehance to
make a present at ,i very little cost���and be presentabt
See our special lim*.- of lace curtains.    Odd  lines of mie. two and
three pairs, at less than half price.
White Marsailles and honey, oomb bed spreads at $1.00 each; regular $2.50, V."" an i $3.50 ���.������nds.
Come and look through.
-It
Aid. A. \V. Gray will leave on Thurs.. ���
day iv Portland, Ore., where he will;*
spend a few days. ��
Remember the Tenne-s.se,��� Singer* at j J
the opera house  tonight.
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lome Street.      Phone 73.
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CHOICE BEEF
Hol1.,   and   Mlseltoe   for   Christmas.
Phone 184; Tidy, tho Florist. ** i
A number of local members ot the
B.   Y,  P,   1'.   went  over to  Vancouver   	
j*esterdaj evening on a special car to j"
attend the quarterly rally of tho Van  j pre8h pork Sausages Daily
couver and Westminster Baptist Young
People's   Union.    The  following  were
elected officers for the ensuing term:
Sain ('Lark, president;   Mr.  Mclntyre,
vice-president; Mr. Roberts, secretary;
Bruce  McEwen,    treasurer.    All    the
offlcei    reside In   Vancouver.
-el
Best of Farmer's Pork
MacKenzle's  pharmacy    for    ebonj   phone   192
rifts. ** i
Pacific Meat Market
���m\'.M & ANDERSON
Columbia St.
into consideration.
For berried  Holly     lor    Chrisl
ring up Davies' greenhouse, B 20b.   **
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
merit���the "Brillante," made by the
B. C. Cigar factory. ���**
The attraction at the opera house
ihis iv ��� aing III be the Watkins'
I iiiiu-.-see Jubilee Singers, and   every
11 person attending is assured of a
musical treat. The companj represents some of the best negro talent in
i i America and the dialect songs are    a
greal  feature    There are eight mem-
bei    i f the company, and the di
i.   G, il. Watkins, first basso.
On Tue ��� in.   e.  ning, the 15th ins  ,
eighi  o'cli     .   ��� concert and social
I will bi   given In -'v new   church   of
: idies aid of the
You phone B278  Royal City Clean-
����������*"���--���-   Bank of Montreal
in a debate at Queens aveuue Metho- m**^****amm - ������**���*.      -v - ��� w - *^_p-      __ ���*_,*__   ^__>m~a >
dist church yesterday evening ou the
subject, "Resolved that life in B. C. is
preferable to life on the prairie prov-:  J
inces," the affirmative won   by   three   sjranciie8 throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England,
points, 4-8 in 45,   C. E. Osborne led the N��jW York, Chicago ami  SpoKaue, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen*
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL $14,-V00.000.(y*
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
affirmative,    being    assisted    by    J.
eral Banking BusiDe__3 Transact��d.
.;       ���:     ':'ai:_
i mi  :������ gatiou.
T. M. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
. *&*&*&*#** ��� - : ���a^~*~?t^~ry-^-*<^
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Hear the Jubili    S ngers tonight *
Tennessee Jubilee Singers   tonight.
Don't fail to hi ar them, **
Sheriff Armstrong received the following wire from .i   P pe, under secretary of state, yesterday with refer*
\ euce  t,i  the execution of .lames Jenkins:    l am commanded to inform you
' that his excellency the Governor Geu-
, eral lias thought fit to order that the
i law  li,- allowed to lake Its course in
Cosens and -Mrs. F. G. Nicholson. Mrs,   letter* of Credit issued, available witl correspondents In al!  uarts of the
Georg..   Stagg,   supported    by    Brace World.
Fisher and George Stagg, championed j Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received in sums of $1 aud upwards,
the cause of life ou the level plains, '< and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate).
but failed to convice the judges, Miss j Total Assets over $168,000,000.00. $
[la  Marshall, Prof. Burwash.and Rev.] N,j*w WESTMINSTER BRANC H G. D. BRYMNER. Mane^-r.
W. H. Barraclough.    Solos    by    Miss
Laird and  Rev. A.  deB. Owen    were . -_=_= ���- -    ���
given during the evening. I t,a,.ttttt,tt���tt,t,t,ttt ,( .iiii.ittt
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Those who    feed    Hans Voglsang's I
Poultry Food say it is the real thing to j -
A treat ir
tonight.
One of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
make   hen,   lay.     What   it does     for I ��� pT^\
i it will do for you    Ask for the *      /^PArv't
genuine.    At  your grocer's or    drug-]#
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COMMERCIAL CLASS IS
PROPOSED FOR HIGH SCHOOL:
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Temporary    Arrangements     Made    to
Relieve     Overcrowding ��� Board
Room to   Be   Utilized.
*Ve specialize this part of our
business and can guarantee satisfaction to our customers.
Canned  Goods
We have just reeeived another carload of the famous
Tartan Brand Canned Goods-
Fruit and Vegetables. Be sure
to try these goods before buying
others.
A lengthy conference was held yes-
the case of .lames Jenkins, sentenced] terday evening between the members
of the Bchool board .and the teaching
staff of the high school,  . when    the
threatened  overcrowding of  that    in- J
stitution was discussed ,at length, and
temporary measures decided upon    to
to  be executed on  Friday, December
IS inst.
\ Public Supply Stores GEOp^MS
Columoia   Street.        New   West minster,   B.   C.        Phone   92.
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PYTMIAN
SKATING   RINK
NEW K. OF P. HALL.
Eighth   and   Agnes   Streets.
Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
to ���', evening, 7:30 to 10.   Admin*
':":'   Oc,  Bkates :V'.    On  Saturdays
'" ������ 12, school   children    under   12
u|        funVhod skates tor 10c.
0. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
1 rhree YeaVs With .1. A, Lee.)
1       1 ���  opened    and    solicits    your
���';i':'     ���-    Mission furniture a Bpe-
!   :      office and store furniture;  all
III!
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
rel. 113. Off.ce   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINbTER.   8.   C.
mlttee is to be presented.   Other busl-
I ness to be transacted  includes the ap-
of furniture repairs.
i-'irst class Workmanship.
D.V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: .Hi Alexander St
Opposite Train Office.
P- 0-  Box   304. HOUbe   Plionn   B 23.
Tenders for Cedar Poles
1 ttdera will be   received    for   the
of Cedar Poles tor construction
"' Chilliwack Hallway, to aoon, U"
l:"ii. 1808.
S;'"���iiicatioiis can lie 1 ecun d fr ���
f1 '" of  Local  Manager   N��w   ���
poster, and Purohasing \-' "      !T
Vancouver.
Lowem or nny lender    "       n'r
*'h   accepl pi).
W.  H    HAZl ITT.
Ptirohu-int-'   Vgem
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ATLANTIC -SIC AM SHIPS*
BOOKING TO    ..NU    FROM    A.MK
POINTS   IN   THi     'iLO   COUNTRY
���AN   BE  ARRANGED  AT  THIS  OF
KICK.
Empress Britain   lVr-  -'
impress Ireland     ���'''"������ s
I'.ni]
r*<ir   other   dates   and   particulars
apply to
1   GOULET,
C   P  U. Agent
Fresh  cut   berried  holly,  mistletoe,
, cut flowers,    greenhouse    plants    for
'Christmas.    Henry's    nurseries,    3010
Westminster road, Vancouver, B. C. " ���pe with the situation.   H. M. Stram
berg, principal  of the school,    spoae 1
A   meeting of the  executive of   the [ s,,.0iigly    in favor    of establishing    aj
Vouug Liberals will  be held at    the. commerclal course, a suggestion which
Liberal club rooms  at    seven    thirty wtta  ulel wilh favor  by  the  trustees.
o'clock   tomorrow   evening,   wht-n     a   g^ould    the    commercial    course    be
report from the room furnishings com- j established, the old school board room
will be utilized  as ,a class  room.    In j
any event, this room will have to    be |
i pressed into -service, as the large    in- ]
crease 'n  the    number    of    students
! ri ndi-rs  this  step  imperative.
About thirty new students are    expected to be added to the high school
after   Christmas,   as   this   number   is
now writing examinations for this pur-1
DOB6, -I
The opening of the West Side school
In the near future will relieve the ex-
[sting congestion to a considerable extent, as many of the scholars will
voluntarily transfer as soon as possible.
The necessity of engaging an additional teacher, either for the commercial course or for the high a=*chool staff,
WAS also discussed by the board, but |
no definite action was decided ii|>on,
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Ever Ready!
t*L*
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nsure
Your 1
earn
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
12 - biaded Safety
Razor   -   $1.00
������ZJGillette Safety
Razor   -   $5.00
Perhaps yog have not got a team of Teddy Bears, but you may
have a team of valuable horses or a stylish single driver that you
would not like to lose. I can Insure them against death from any
cause whatever, including fire, accident or disease of any kind. If
you are interested inquire for rates, and I will be pleased to give
you full information whether you  Insure or not.
PENNSYI.VAN!. .SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
I "res ton
SEE OUR SHOW
WINDOW
Mayers
Off
l:
Offico, Front E
p. O. Box 345
Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105.
A Task for Kitchener.
London,   Dec.   14.���It  is  understood
that  Lord Kitchener will be made  aj
Held   marshal   next  year.    It   is suggested that he  be given thc task of
co-operating with the    colonies   and
consolidating  the   land   forces  of   thej
empire,   formulating     a     mobilization
plan for use ln a great war.
Spokane Y. M. C. A. Active.
Spokano, Dec; ll.���In an attempt to
gain a membership that will iurpas��
the Y. Mi C. A. organizations lu every
other city of the Pacific Northwest,
the local organization Is going 10 give
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ J fi'-e membership t0 I least 250 de-
HEAHUl'ARTERS for SPECTACLES'--crving young men.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ENQUIRE FOB | Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wing  Yu^n  Ci.
Family Rates
AT Till.
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackie 3tre��t.
LADIES     ,ND  GENTS* TAILORS
Su'ts made to Order.
Columbi.i   ->nd   Mclnnes?   Streets.
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Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already been sold to connoisseurs
throughout  the  Westminster  District, and  the verdict is   Unqualified   Satisfaction.
Killed, dressed and sold under the most careful sanitary supervision
ONLY.
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminslei
BILLINGSGATE.
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Markets   Seem   the   Natural   Abode   ff?
Strong La-t.iage.
Thi    * '���''-}'> na
tive   *  o igh ar  to  thia
quart of London, has given rise
to 1' iial use of the name
] v,(.    *-i lne may term this
t       '-,������-. London,"   i. -
old Fuller. "Here one may hear
ling jurgi ��� ps." The seventeenth  century es to  the
������ ���* . .    I    ,. ;,���
the ,  Erequent, and hence
fo t -     He I "bil-
."'    hi "\ .    ty   !;_v" '   i,
Thai   - ..* Mr. i Ish
i. - ���    :. th an i
?:.* wort!
h : 'markets are the
;e of strong lang i   i
Thus   the   I ;   tor
: are no ������.  ���        an a Billings*
-. ' **'; i ir  on p tnenta
are ���   ���-,. of the Place  M    -
Mai bed being not-
i       r its
In id old days the Billings*
fiate porl        i .ave thor
j en ��   r ,,;,,   !',,ui_r-
ford, writing in _.1.V says: "Thia
be i to i mind another am i ent
cum- tl ' hatl been omitti d of
late   '.-���:-    It seems I ������Tin'*-:
timi ' ��� rters that p ed at Bii*
] _,..,. tjM.,| , .villv to i-titr**iii and
<: .*. every man thai passed that
way to salute s posl that Btood tiiere
in a vnranl place. If lm refused to
do tin*, they forthwith laid hold of
him nml lu main force bumped bim
against tim post. But if lm quietly
submitted to kiss the samp and paid
down mppnee they gave him a
name  ana  ehose  come onn  of thp I
fang for his godfather. I heiiuve
hiB was done in memorr of some
old imajje that formerly stood there,
perhaps Reins or Bplin."
The original porters of Billing*- I THE TRAIN OK FAME
{fate belonged t�� one of the oldest JTHE    NORTH-WLSTERN,    LTD,
abor guilds in the cotintry. the Feb I Embodies the newest   and best ideas
HENRY'
urscrics
Office.   Greenhouses    and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
Branch Nursery So ith Vancouver.
Acclimatiz id Tesl ��� |  Stoi
SEEDS    ui   the spring    '
.. ��� ���     i,
i md, Fran        Holland,    (Jnii
istern Canada
, as tho ���   wl.ii h can be sui
cessful      ���   ..mi  in  B. C
Exi a e lot ol Fi il
-uul   small   fruits,   sti ctly home
. n and our own .       igatl
e i riii-' Btock
Ornamental    In
mu i, ii'--.   suitable   for    ;-
in B. C.    All iii    besl
ray pumps.
Fertilizers,      Bee     Si
Spraying Materials, Cul
ers, etc.
Cat-ilogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
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VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT, 1908.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
Eve y a      -...- ��� t ol a
.  -African   Vol . ���   :   em   led to  a
land grant must
pointm nt o ti  and mu I I e
in the torn . Act.
tention led to 9
section ection nteei
Bounl     \.     1D08,  i,-h cli , i ��� .    ���
nu a- ... ���  0f a  Vol-
ni"'-' o n :   ,
.il i-'- accept' il or recognized
by the li, partmeni of th in;, rloi
which is not executed and dnted afier
the date of the warrant for the land
grant       ii |   .,  the Mln Militia
mid li, fence In favor of ihi   . ilQnteer
J. \V. GREENWAY,
i -    ml   lom - ilnion
Land    Ottawa.
���_**ih  Si pteraber   i1.",-
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO bEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN.LINE"
EiKht Trains Every Oav in thr Ye*t
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
��� .  ibe    ; ��� |
li         . lh ',    on    tai.
land ���>������'     .   solely   bv   bim,  noi
than eightj   (80)   acres   In  extent, in
the i            ,,:  i.i- homestead,   Joint
,. In land will not meet thi?
i    ilrement.
li r, if the
...   -,.,, i of a 1
���
hlm,  not  less
....  In  extent,  In
the homestead, or up*
��� nti .������ I   f6r  by him
ich bomestea ler maj
,ii residence duties bj
111 th the 1 iihi r (or mother).
111    Tho ������ i in "vicinity" in the tw<-
ragraphs  Is   defined    as
meaning not more tUnn nun.' miles in
a (lir.   t line, i iclu live of the width
of road moes crossed    in   the
in ment,
(5)   A  I tea lei   Intending    to
��� : |i nee  duties  iu  ac
��� i- ove while living
��� ", '��� ��� tnd own
must  notify tha agi nl
ol   uch Intention.
' iotlce In writing must
��� given to the Commissioner of Do*
minion bands al Ottawa, of Intention
to ippl;   for patent.
W   \\*. CORY,
Di     Ity of th<   MlnistPr of thu Interior
C*0*G*G*C*C*rC.'*C.*C*..*-*7*0 C*C*C+(j*  ������������������   ���   *o*c
\ LOT 7,  Block 36 i
corner of Ro evei
iii.I  ..      ��� ��� B.      Eli
ran j    t tl        open       Pi Ice $3000.
- is  '  SACR vi-:.
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lowship of Porters, snd st one time
the carrying work both al Billingsgate and from the wharfs to the
���warehouses of lhe city wiihin a certain radiim was entirely performed
lir them.���-London Globe.
Unjust
Fluffy Younir 'i'lilnj; (al tho play)���1
balleve thin muti In front of us iv tiring
fo bear what ne re saying, Wi In
front (iiiniii'i.- amnndl You do .,,��� in
injnttlcf, mr dear young Iml.v I im
trj\i)fr not to b<*ar it.  Chicago Trlbuns
lor 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 tection sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking car��.
For Time Tables, Folders, or  any
further information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER.
]jio Second Avenue. Seattle. W_j__
���ynoptig     of    Canau,_,i     North-Weit
Homestead   Regulations.
Auy even numbi red ection ot Do-
minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan aud Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
uot reserve!, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent, or one-quarter aec* j
tion of 100 acres, more or less.
Application for entry raUst be I
made in person by the applicant at!
a Dominion Lands Agency 0r sub-
agency for tbe district in which the
land is situate. Entry by proty may.
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the lather, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending boniest, ader,
The homesteader is rejulrefl to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
(1) At least lis months' residence
npon and cultivation of the land In
each year for thr.,   , ,,
(2i   A Homesteader mi -. if ),��� K
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Imperial Limited leaves dally al
P'20 a.m.
Atlantic Express leaves ilally ,'it
3:20 p.m.
Whether you travel ror pleasure or
business always buy your tickets via
tho C. P. R. as you aro certain of
speed,  safety  and  comfort.
Tickets Issued to ami  from all points.
For further particulars and reserve-
tions apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. R. FOSTER,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
Dominion Trust Co. *
_T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.~
���
New Westminster,  B. C.
Hotel Biitle
Fourth Avenue and Ma   et
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   per  day  up.
Room   and  board  $2.50 per
Room   with   bath   $2.50 per
Room with bath .md ir.
\li outside room , 'v ���'
a.,.,:, steam hi
phone.'Bus meets all t,
CARLETON  Ol
:
Lower Fraser River
Freight ana Passenger bervice per
SS. "Favorite
c
Currying freight ami passengers to
all pointa between New Westminster
and Wet-cham Island.
Leaves Urackman-Kcr's wnarf dally
at 2 p.m.; additional trip on Mondays,
leaving at o n.m.
Returning leave Westham  Island 7
a.m. daily, except Fridays at B a.m.; I
additional  trip on  Saturdays,  leaving
at r>:30 p.m., calling in   Steveston  as j
)nduc��-*m*"*nt offers.
F. CRAK
English WatchmaMf
Two   door,  from   Geo. AJ*** w
���iP7! OP.
Ladles'Gold Watcnes from l��*
Gentlemen's Silver WW*- ^
face, 16.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watd.es, ��0
case, |7*50 up.
Agent for the celrt��t��j> %clhDl,
Watches, supplied   to   h        m\.
Arctic Expedition.    Ul **1
Chains. Ringa, Jewelry, m*. *��
Watch   repairing;    ��fl��r��w
able. .,
tr       ADVERTISE      *
nT,1^    NEW6
1* u F      DAI*-'
H roc; Need AnythtsK T1JESDAV, DEC.   15,
190d.
THE DAlL'f NEWS.
PAGE oEVEN.
Mail Service
pollowln
gnd arri
, are the hours of despatel
,iVill of malls at the New Wesi
"  being the hour of closing
: office, the hour given in
tore the   ���<
imles:, i        '    ���
II an hour, as a rule, be
'^rtfUt   '������-      All  mail:
aster P��s
each case
which **
M.ll    (1
stJ(B-l* are despatch.
"^"received daily except Sunday.
1,"' oui-. maili   dispatched    and    re*
SundaJ are the C. P. it. south
,, |, ii east mails, not including
iiul i ���
.     waJ   mails,    Sapperton,    Fraser
KOli and Coquitlam.
Malis Despatched.
.,00 ,, m, (closed at eleven o'clock
ti,e'previous night j���Vancouver    via
G.N. B. "OwL"
7:30 a.m
���Vancouver   and  (excepi
Tuesday)  ��� ctorla,  via  B. C.  Electric
���railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all U,
|S point.-i east and south, and points
Ibetween New Westminster and Huntingdon, B.C., via C. P. R. south; also
Ir i> n. eaist, Sapperton, and   Fraser
Kills.
j   ��� alll    Blaine nnd   Seattle,    In-
liu(jlDgall U S. points east and Bouth;
Li50 ali poll      - : ���v''l'u New Wesimin*
,r   .. | ]  tn*. via G, N. R.
a.ll(,,   r dvi i I lie nnd district (Clo-
Ur Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu-
Lu ani Kensington   Prairie)    Hazel
.   Hull's  Prairie    and
tched daily except Sun
:>       Monday,     Tin   day,
S.i'unlay;     Tynehead
.c(j Bon -    rd, Wednesday and Sat-
L >..-,.   These mails are all received
i        ...  patched.
I]     a.m    Vancouver, Victoria ami
:      p       .in B. C. Electric rail-
Strawberry  Hill,    Tim-
I I'll WV-1min  t, r,    by j
and Friday).
. i Burnaby, by courier. t
Burqultlam, by c< urler.
,. iner,   Port    Guichon,
f l and Sunbury,    daily j
:    ��� Woodward,    Tuesday,
Ir. it ; ��� Saturday, via steamei
f       ���  C pt. .1. C. Bruce.   (St' -.������ -
bn - :���' le il and received   via
fan    ,*( r '
i.m.���Vancouver   and    Piper
lldli      i G   N. R. north.
v   .     iuver and Burnaby lake,
fia 1 'itric railway.    Saturday
nl is despatched to    Vic-
'. -r.   . V mcouver at this hi ir
I Seattle, Including all U.
vt nnd south, via V N. R.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
^d4mnef_?n���ipalbu8ine88 centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARJ*
I TIME PROVINCES.
JJ? to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Fall,.
For Time Tables, etc.. adSress
GEO. W.  VAbX.
^aSE'iM *"���������' a"d 'ticket
_Agent, IV Adams St.. Chics*o. 111.
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I Arrived���A Car-
| load of
Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found I
THEATRICAL TEMPESTS.
For Sale ���:- Io Rent -:- Etc.
1 ilL iyi.ADE IN SOUTH BEND JXrUNVjli
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
HARDMAN   &   CO.     f
A. Hardman. A. James. J. McClughan. Front Street, Trnst Block.      ��
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SOCIETIES.
I. 0. 0. F.-AMITY LODtjE, NO. 27���I
The regular meetings of this lodge I
are held in Oddfellows' hall. Colum- j
bla street, every Monday evening,:
at s o'clock.
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A REMINDER
There I    but little time left in  this  year for good  resolutions.
Nothing succeeds  like a dollar lull, und II only takes one to open
an account  with this bank.
Among your other good resolutions, Include the opening of a Sav-
IV) V\ I >    a    gold    locket   on   Fourth
reet; ovi ner (an hav e same by applying at  tiiid  office.
TO RENT���One large furnished    bi l-
room, near library, suitable for two.'
Also two small ones.    Rent reason-
able.   Apply -ST Victoria street.
WANTED���Female  teacher for fourth.;
division Weatside school, this city.
Application will be received by the |
undersigned uutil 0 p.m. of Thursday, 17th inst.   Robert Lennie, secretary,
ins
Banli Account with us.
DO   IT   NOW.
K. 0 U. W.-FKASER LODGE No. S
--Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
liodge room, A. O. 0. W. hall, Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson  street
Th*
WANTED���-A nurse girl; services required from 1 to i_ p.m. Mrs, Dr.
Jones, Royal avenue,
FOR SALE���A span ot heavy geldings
(hays) well matcned, abou*. 1700 lbs.
each; live ami .-ix years old. For
price aud further particulars apply
to E. A, I'.. Box V, city.
I    ROYAL BANK of CANADA
* New Westminster, B. C. Branch. F.   B.   LYLE,   Manager   ��|
o*k*o*o*o*d*oo*c��o*o*c*c>o o* j^*^*o*>o*<yo*o*o*o*o+<y>o
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099,  I.O.F.
Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month   at  8  o'clock.  |n  the  small
ball, Od lti ... ws' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie N'o, 20 Meets every Tuesdaj
evening il 8 p. m., in the Eagles
���**-���"��� C in a street. A. Clark,
W.  Pres.;  II.  Schofleld, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMHLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
had, Columbia Sl reet.
It Makes Her Tired
When the wife wants high grade
foods ani is offered "something just
as good."
Trad,- al Vdams & Deans. You al-
���'. vs '������' ll you want.
Our stock of raisins, currants, peel,
'.<-.. for ;.i Christmas cake is the
vi .-,. besl
Adams & Deans
Groceries  and   CrOckeryware.
v    C. P. R. east, Sap] ��� rton,
' .    nnd Coquitlam.
The two 7:30 a.m   C   P. R.
>iitTi and  east, take mail for
il a    from    N'ew    Westmin ti r
luaing   Langley   and  district
Haney.)    The 2:30 p.m. C.P.
-: itch omits  all Lower  Fra ���
; ol Coquitlam except Pitt
Port Haney, Port Hammond.
1 Corners,    Mission     Citj
md  Harrison    Hot    Spring*-.
Port Moody anil Barnet goes
a Vancouver and C. P. R. mails.
Mails   Receiver).
..in.���Blaine ana    Seattle,    In*
1 il  l'. S. points, via G. N. R.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
erland   snd   South   Westminster,
'curler (Tuesday aud Friday).
Vancouver and Victoria,
Electric railway.
:i.-Vancouver, via O. N. R
���,   11:00   a.m.���Ladner,   I'ort
Westham Island and  (Tues-
[     '   i '8day  and Saturday)   Wood-
r      ... steamer Favourite. (Steves-
itched and received via Van-
"
1   to   l   p.m.���C.   P.   it.   east,
f'        n   Praser .Mills and   Coquit-
���ONo OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month i.
K. of P. hall,   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Loage, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col
um la Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting broth ren will
tie made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. a.; C, E. Osborne, P. G-, recording secretary.
���OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115. SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Ke<l Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday 'if each month,
In K. Of P. Hall, ���'olnnibia St., at
t> p. n,., While Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesda) ln each month, same
time aud  place
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,;
include the Union Lodge, No, 9, A.i
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,;
No. 17, A. F.  and  A. M.;   L.  O.  L.,
No,  1150; L, O. L.. .No. 15011; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F ; C. O.
K..    Court Westminster,   .No.    330;
Brotherhood of Ow's. .Vest \'<v 29; !
Trains  & Steamers Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINK.
3:20,
Vancouver, Central Park
l in
r - .   Arm.
Bast Burnaby, bj courier.
Burqultlam, by courier.
Blaine and Seattle,    In-
IU. 8. points; also all poinl.*
[ one and New Westminster
���"'���   it.    (See note above as to
1  which  these mails are  des-
'��� mill received,)
Vancouver via
(1.   N.   It.
f:
v mcouver  via B, C.  Electric
111     Victoria via Vancouver.
, '    Sumas   nml Seattle,   In-
������'I U. S. points and points be-
r ":i Huntingdon and New We trnln-
I,*1,1"' vl* C. P, r. south; also Fraser
pills,
 '�����.���C. P. R. east
BOARD CF TRADE���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Hoard Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ro.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. F. White. Sec.
Leave     New     Westminster
II :20, 15:20, 17:42 and 22.
Arrive at New Westminster 10:17,
12:25, 16.27, 18:43 aud 23.
.JREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m.
l,v. N. W. 4.Uf, p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 n.m
l.v. N. W, 12:10 a.m.: ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
l.v. Seattle 4:25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar. N. V.'. 6:20
a. m.
C,   N. It.���PORT GUICHON.
No.   197    leaves   .New Westminster
3.50 p.m., arrive Guichon G p.m. Fridays; also connections by 10:10 a.m.
except New Westminster Tuesday and
���I:".',  Thursday.
Leave Guichon 6:30 a.m., arrive N<w
We8tminster 8:45 Fridays; also connections by '2 p.m. except Guichon
Tuesday and 6 a.m. Thursday.
Lv. N. W. 6:*.'0 a.m., 3 p.m., and -^ .55
p.m. for Vancouver.
Lv. Vancouver S:35 a.m., 4 p.m. and
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
B.  C.  ELECTRIC��� vANCOUVKR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and S a.m., and every half
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
PROFESSIONAL.
A
WF.  II A N S F O R D.    Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
orner      Columhla     and      McKenzie
-meets. New Westminster, B. c
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To REM-ONSIBLB PEOPIaB    * E***4
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���   licitor,  etc.,     42   Lome   Street.
opposite Court House   New Westmin
<h r,      Phone  1 13.
WHITESIDE ,*��� EDMONDS, Barristers lind solicitors, Blacklo Blk.,
Columbia Btreet, New Westminster.
IV   .1. Whiteside. II. L. Fdmonds.
MARTIN .t McQUARRIE, HARRIS-
��� ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, corn.n
Clarkson and I-orne streets.
G nt mm. f' MARTIN, Barrister ant
Solicitor. Gulchon block, Colum
Is and McKenzie streets. New West
iiinster, B. C.
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Jan,
Jan,
Jan,
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50  Miles From   Boston.
������liaboH  in Toyland,
Sandy   Bottom.
'���Tho   Great Divide.
��� -Florence.  Robert"
si Plunkard.
Henry's Minstrels:
Shore  Acres.
���At Cripple Creek.
Theodore Lorch.
-Three Years in Arkansaw.
"The Milwaukee"
The   Pionegr   Limited"  St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"  Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South     West    Limited
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   ttie   service   on   any
ailroad   in  the   world  that  equal  in
quiptnent that of the Chicago, Milwaukee   <*   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
iwn   and  operate  their own  sleeping
,nd ������'",-1     :T8 on alii their trains and
rive    h i    - trons   an  excellence  of
iervi       i     * btainable elsewhere.
h   ���   ROWE. General Agent.
(34 Third St.. cor Aider Ponied. Or.
Illutlrallont are Enact 8I��I   j
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. bclidGold���cut
on i ii,ht hand may lie hail
iu  either our  standard
black opaque pattern.
Non-breakable Tranapi
ent, as desired, either  in |
plain or engraved Bniah,
as pielerred.
Yon may try tills pon _ wwk,
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everywhere   for  |.��6ll.       Adt'iit*
1 wanted.   Writ* for ternil.   Wrllo
now "leit you forgot."   A.M,. ������
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���    Mejestlo Bldg..
Patron, Mink
��� rltun  Coluino'a  Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Temporary Service.
S- amer i'r.ncess Victoria will leave
Vancouver daily at 1 p.m.; arrive Victoria 6 p.m. Leave Victoria at 11.59
p.m. daily; arrive Vancouver 7 a.m.
S amer Princess Royal w'll leave
Vii ria 11:30 p.m. daily, except Sunday; arrive Seattle 7 a.m. daily, except Monday; leave Seattle 8:30 a.m.
daily, except Monday; arrive Victoria
at l p.m. daily, except Monday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New  Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria  11  p.m.   lst,   10th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
ot each month for Quatsino and way-
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30   pm- daily,
except  Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo  at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver- December 1.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th ot
every month.
UP RIVER.
leaver���
From New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 am.
WANTICU���Good live agent to sell the
Marvel self-woi king washer. .Man
with horse aud rig preferred. Address, W. D. McParland, 1020 Westminster avenue, Vancouver.
TO RENT���-Furnished rooms from
$1.50 per week up. Steam heated,
bath and modern conveniences. Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Archer, Royal Cafe (formerly Lee's).
TO RENT���Suite tarnished rooms,,
suitable for light housekeeping. Ap- |
ply to Alex. Speck.
The   liny   ���   l.ulnNtorm   l*i   Produce^
ou   in**   **��ui*r**.
Probably not uion tlnin oue parsoi
In a hundred stops to consider liow- ���
rainstorm la produced on the sing*
Few perhaps have ever given the sull
teet any serious thought
During tl_* coiniiij.; up of the storm
ttiere is sees vast clouds of dust, the
wiud blow* a gale, and suddenly tiie
ralu comes down in torrents. It Is an
���iffect so natural thai one almost Imagines the elements are genuinely o*
the warpath. Yet, though the nil., is
real water, uot a person Is actually
drenched, because the water comes
town at the very front, of the stage,
while the players are well back and
not at all exposed to Its moisture.
It might be thought that to produce a
storm many intricate bits of machinery
would be necessary, yet such is uot the
case, for the simplest devices produce
the effect desired. These are some gaa
pipes punctured by myriads of holes,
through which the water runs from
small barrels, each aboul half full, at
*lther end. The sound of the wind Is
made by a revolving barrel which
touches a heavy piece of canvas in Its
rounds. The thunder effect is caused
by the artistic manner in which a man
beats a bass drum, ami the gusts of
dust are blown across the stage by na
electric fan. The flashes of lightning
come from an electric battery connected by wires which wheu placed In contact throw out the dazzling flashes. A
metal plate, which had been specially
prepared by first being heated to white
heat and then scratched by a knife, Is
placed ln a calcium light machine and
gives the effect of lightning In the dls-
tanc��.���New York Mail.
RIFLE SHOOTING.
WANTED���Pupils for violin and mandolin; fees moderate. Address
Box 487, City.
VEST MINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management, j
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all j
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge, Branch office. 107 Cordova
Btreet weet, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Heip   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEt_EY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
��hone   431- P. O. Box   R85
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and   Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, UluB-]
trated Songs. Program changed Mon-1
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Matinee for Ladies and j
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
dovelolin tbe ArniH,  l.nntii and  l'h__l
and Tralii.  tlie Eye,
It is not only the muscles ot the airoj
whicli are tested by properly organized rifle shooting, lt supplies an excellent exercise for the chest and
lungs. One of the first things the young
rifle shot has to learn is how to take a
ieep breath, to fill the lungs with air.
and then to hold the breath while the
rifle ls kept absolutely steady and the
finger is gradually tightening on the
trigger. A glance at any successful
rifle shot will show you a man with a
deep chest and full powers of breath-
lug.
Any form of recreation which trains
the muscles of the arm and exercise*
tlie chest aud lungs would seem likely
to be beneficial to liealti. but if that
ts not enough there Is the unequaled
training which rifle shooting gives to
the eye and to the band working with
tlie eye. The writer remembers hear
lng a musketry instructor bonst that
he bad lengthened nrt only hts own
sight, but the slg):_ of scores of boys
whom he had tirugbt how to use their
eyes In aiming at a target, by two o��
three hundred yards, simply by continued practice at long distance shooting. It is astonishing what results can
be obtained in this way by placing a
rifle 'f. a sand bag raised on a tripod
aud milking the pupil aim as accurately as be can at any distant object Tha
eye can be trained, of course, equally
well, though the sight will not necessarily be lengthened, by aiming at ot>*
Jects close at hand.���London Spectator.
C.   Hamber
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10,   Brine  Block
New Westminster P. O. Box 795
NOTICE
��� Courtesy.
The parvenu stood it till he could
stand it no longer.
"James," he cried out piteously, "tell
me the worst! You find my table manners execrable!"
But hla new butler, b��wtag first wifi
Stately condescension, only replied:
"As a matter of professional courtesy Hi cannot hentertaln, much less
hexpress, hany hopinion which might
seem iu hanyway to reflect on my
predecessor 'ere."
.Ind he bowed again and was silent***
Puck.
The Wings of Time.
Teamsters  and  others     are  hereby      Methuselah was waiking ,��� his gai-
notified that on aud    after    Monday,   aan_
December 14th; 190., the Glen Bridge]    "My goodness," he exclaimed sudden-
on Sixth Avenue will    be    closed    toi ly, "there's another flower on tbat cen-
vehlcular   traffic  and   will   remain  so   ^^ PIant!    ^* !t seems b"t 5'e8^
j day since I plucked a blossom from *X7
He walked slowly toward an oak tree
until reconstructed.
By order,
W. A. DTJNCAN,
City Clerk.
New Westminster, B C, Dec 11. 1908.
200 years old  which  he had renderiy
raised from an acorn.
'Ah,   me,"   ho   mused.   '1��w   tlni��
aies!"���Harper's Wesatly.
For   reservations   and   tniormaUon
all or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent,  New Westminster.
C. B. FOSTER,
���at. Gen   Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J.  W. TROUP.
General SuuerM.tendent vlotorla.
it-a
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
C0PVRI0HT3 Ac.
Anyone ncndlns; onkotoh anildf-Krlrllnniiiiiy
lulolilr nscortalit our opinion froo wlirilicr nn
invuntlnn la prohnl.ly patt-ntrthle, Ooniuiuiilc-i-
tionaiairictirRuiifldniitiiti. HAHUHOOK on Patent!
mfJS Oltlu-tt ni_.ii,,.;. for��i"Tirlii(? rali'iiK.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
Ijiertol.__��,��, wllhoutuhnreo, lntlio
Scientific WmWu
A handsomely tllusttatiiil woe,.,,-    Lnrcctt circulation -if any scleni.lllo lournal.    Terms for
jf3ffi!&fi��mr,p0,tM*> ��"���'"-"���- s"ld bs
MUNN & Co.*"3���*"* to York
fflWJfJffi
Tuesday, Dec. 22
The Success of the Year.
Cohan  and Han-is   present   CiHir^e
M. Cohan's Rural Rustic Musical Play
CA MILES FROM
JU BOSTON : :
Supported by the most expensive cast
ever seen in a musical play.
Hazel Lowry, Jos, ,\1. Sparks, Su- i
zanue Leonard Westford, Thos* Emory,'
\V. Douglas Stevenson, Alt'. Helton,
Ella Sotliern, Mae Helton, Cha3. Willard, Percy Helton, Kathryn R. Perry,
Russel Pincus, Walter P. Richardson,
Lester Templeton and a fetching
Cohan chorus. i
Songa ili.ai set one'., mouth a pucker
and one's heel a tapping. "My Small
Town Gal," -rHarrigan," "Boys Who
Fight the Flames," "Waltz With Me,"'
"Jack and Jill and "Ain't It Awful."     '
Seat sale >at Ryall's drug store. I
The Larger Clfi__.
"Of course," eald the seeke. after
knowledge, "w�� seldom hear 'thee' and
'thoo' nowadays. They're used mostly
by poets, aren't they?"
"No," replied the editor; "they'ro
used mostly by people who think
they're poets."���Catholic Standard and
Times.
Prudence.
Dentist���I've filled all your teeth tha��
have cavities, sir. Mahoney���Well,
thin, AH th' rist av thlm too. Thla
whin th' cavities come they'll be it-
ready filled, b'gobs!���Puck.
Don't judge a man by his failures la
life, for many a man falls because b*
Is too honest to succeed. -ArkndolphU
tArk-l Southern Standard.^
Tht*  Accident.
Hlzouner ��� Vou are charged wltli
breaking a chair over your wife'.-, head.
Prisoner���It was an accident, your
honor. HlTOnner���What! Didn't yoo
Intend to hit her? Prisoner���Yes, bat
I didn't Intend to break tho chair.
The   l.iir.y  Horae.
An Irishman once tapped a poky
horse with a whip and said, "Pick op
yonr feet, and they'll fall themselves.-
���Atchison Globe.
The readiest and surest way to g��ti
tld of censure ia to correct oureelv**.���.
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TUESDAY. DEC
TRADE at
WELSH'S
and  you  will get the
VERY BEST GOODS AT THE
VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICE.
"�� it-
No. 1  Eggs
ioz. tor
.$1.00
Wh.
al*e se
- pay 40c for Butter?   We
ling good Butter 3 pound
 $1.00
First
per
class   Hungarian
Flour,
$1.65
Two  cans  Tomatoes  for
...25c
Corn .
ind Peas, per tin
...10c
Three
pound Mixed Nuts   ..50c
Chr
kinds.
stmas   CANDIES
Stacks  of them.
of    all
C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
Johnson's
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYE for
dying all    woodwork    furniture
and floors.
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX for polishing all woodwork.
MOHMON MISSIONARIES
ACTIVE IN KQYAL CITY
Women's   Council   Report   Their   Conduct to Executive���In Sympathy
with Juvenile  Courts.
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
SOLVA for removing all paint,
varnish,  etc.
JOHNSON'S PASTE WOOD
FILLER for filling the grain and
pores of wood. *
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the test quality.
T. A. MUIR
& C0j
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PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turn
ing,  and Bandsawing.
At the monthly meeting of the w
men's   Council   yesterday   afternoon
.Miss Davis in the chair, a discussion
I on the Mormon propaganda in Canada
arose mi n request for informs lon
nnni the National Council of Women
Several of mc- Indies present in*
timated that Mormon missionaries
were actively engaged 'n their efforts
ni the residential part of the citj
j trlbuting   literature.     It  was   deci     I
j to  reply  accordingly   to  the    Central
executive, who win communicate wl li
ithe federal government,
The council will support the application of the Juvenile  Protection as-
1 sociation  for Juvenile  courts  in    the
! province,  as they  have done in    the
! past.
Disucssion took place on the next
meeting, which will be the annua] one,
when Mrs. May, representative at the
' National  convention,   will  speak. The
-.[meeting will probably  be held in the
third week of January, and the officers
will be elected.
The officers of the council proposi
to take up again the question of c im-
merclal classes ai the High school
with the board, a.-t that an amendment
of the curriculum mny be mad,
fore ii- xt term.
NEW   INDUSTRY   FOR
NEW   WESTMINSTER
We make s specialty of   fir   doors
steamed and kiln dried,
Mr. W. K. Walsh, toge her with hi
son,  VV.  E.  Walsh,   Ir.,  recenUy    u
; chased the old c tnnery ;i-  the end ol
I n   | avenue, just  beyon i thi   Smal!
&  Bucklin Mill,   i:i,l   lias  lined  up  iii
Factory:  End of Third Avenue.       building at considerable expense with
the latest machinery    as a sash    ai .
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Phone 413.
New Westminster.
ftToor factory.    The  capacltj    o
xr
���   si
THE       DAILY       NEWS
To  INCRE.ASE   Youv  BUSINESS.
RAZORS
Ever-Ready
With 12 extra blades, $1.00
Also,  Full line of useful ard necessary Kitchen
Articles suitable for Xmas gitts.
YSON & SONS
Scle  Agents for  Monarch   Ranges.
Columbia  Street
Tslephone 65.
* Electric Railway Service:
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--���.-;���_   _.; ot    every
twent     ���        ���-   Iot both   Sap-
erton *     imlts over the
citj line.
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram T
office on the hour, tweoty nun- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- ���
���'_
ter, comm'-'nclng at 6:20 a. ni. *
Sapperton Line: Cars leave S
at ten minutes after the hour, *
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
the  hour,  commencing at  6:30 ���
a   m. 4
. |
Sunday Service   tialf-neurly he* w
tween 8.30    m  and 11 p.m.
plant i    : a hi r more  than hum   .
: per daj and tin' comj anj  an  tn   . v
ecialt;   oi   moi Used  and tei   a
ttr doors,    Thi..   an    looking    l'i       i
la ���-���   ."-.ii and shipping tra le a
��� . > n ai thi pre ii nl earlj date i ti
��� at full capacity.    Thi   building
fei ���   long   wiih  ;wo    floors,    iunning
from    the    C. P   R. and B. C.  E   i:
acka  to   the ont,   making
.ble   io   ship   .'ieU  ' j   iail    and
wati i-     VV.   K.   Walsh,  sr.,  who    was
formerlj ownei  of the Baj  Cil
and  door  factorj  ai   Bell ngham, li
li/.td   thirtj   ;  a     experience   In   this
llm  ,,;" bu   ne ������'. E. Wai ,
ofl.ii e manager, Is a fl
nan and makes  til the draw-
The plan: i-  i un
��� i"c-i i Ic  po\. ���      and    high
woi kmen   ir ploj ed,    i o   thai
.        in ten
ng lhe i Ime to pay a i   ll      thi     u
' ;ory.    i Ine  Impoi tani   po n    to       u
ol   . ,   v   fai       .i
ihe Walsh Sa h and lloor '!o. a-���
makin       ��� on
the Mne in ' ad of Impoi tin; a      i
formerlj  the i aae, and thus nol only
saving   the duty   to  iheir customers,
��� but al.-o pi ,i. Idlng a local pay roll.
s ime very line designs In woodwork,
fronl dooi -. etc., can b<    ��� ��� n  In  iln-
, 1,1'tii ps of the fai I -
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
��� o
County Court Chambers.
i lefoi e his lionoi  .1 udgi   Hov a
ti rdaj:
li wine  v.-    lame on    Vppl i ation  to
add  Prase. Rlvei   Sawmill-  companj*.
.1   R, Gram  for plaintiff;  D <:.  Mar
hall  for defendant,    Nexl courl day.
Brown \ *. Chai bonni au  To adjourn
trial,   Adjourned I 11 Jan, 6, Mr, Oram
for plaintiff;  VV  Q   VIcQuai li   fo
fendant,
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR,"  Columbia  Street.
CHOICE   MEATS
���"��_ AT THE
Central Meat Market
Tc/ner Eighth St. *nfl    nfth Avtn'ie
PHONE 3i\ i
EOWELL & ODDr, Froprietora
PUT SOME OF YOUR
PROFITS
IN OUR
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
VOU  might just as well receive 4 per
*   cent  interest,  added quarterly,! on
the  money  you  do  not  need till  next
summer.  Write us about it.
The Westminster Trust &
Safe Deposit Co. Ltd.
ABUNDANCE OF CHOICE IN
SUITABLE
Articles Tor Christmas Gift
L
SHOP    EARLY
TSHOP   EARL?
A Most Serviceable Gift
to Lady or Gentleman ~
a
An Umbrella
Appreciated probably more than anything you could  give on ac
count (>:' ihe use it is put to so often.    We hav,. bought a large number of our Christmas umbrellas wiih handler ��f k*-1''' nnd Bilver, upon
which room has been left for nam,- or initials.   You had better choose
now so a- ;o huve this work done before Christmas,
Ladies' Umbrellas with natural  wood or    fancj    bone    or   pearl
handles, paragon frames, bulb runners,    steel    rod,   <-'e     Kach    85c
to $3.75
Ladies' Umbrellas with plain and  fancy gold and silvei
Gloria and .ill silk covers.   Hani;,. In price from  $..00 to $16.50
Men's Umbrellas, self opening  styles,
springs, heavy coverings.   Bach	
fitted  with  -t:ong
 $1.25 to $3.50
Men's Umbrellas w'tli beautiful  ;*old  and  ho n  mountings     Each
$3.75 to   $10.50
Children's   Size   Umbrellas.     Each
75c and 85c
Fascinators
and Shawls
All sizes an i    ��� i
opular
-:. I    othl
for   evening    .
Uses.
Ice     Wool     Fascinators   and
Scarves. [n , ream onlj    Kach
$1.25 to  ���;.
      $3.00
Wool  Fascinators    i���   ���.m
cardinal, p v ,.;il��� )vl|cw
combination     v   . ;,oc to $2.00
Ice  Wool Shawls, circular or
* '!l 11 great
$1 OO
square  in  -ha
variety In des
to
Wool   Shawls   or
mo
)r   Squares. .3
al!   sl/x's from  L'i   to 60   -.   .
squares In cn
cardinal and m ������:- I   ,,:,... (|1
white groun I.    '���'        $t to $4
Silk Shawls   .
most handsomi ,.
All new and yo
miring  them,
for evening v.-
We have bei ������-,
some .-v cial  val
Each   $2.00 to If: 0
Some Choice Designs in
Christmas
LINENS
_   ph i-    1 il  nice  linen  Is
. ,   i| In
..    oubt ��� 1 give
bn igh  our
���
Linen     Table     Lengths  In
di      ',:    Irish    %   '���
iched i lama ks, ��ith na ���
ich   $2.25
to $7.00
V ..V        pei       v  ���:   $2.75   to
$7.00.
Spei   il ..<iii*- In set     tl ch .11
t fane
EXCLUSIVE STYLES
IN FANCY
BACKCOMBS
Som ���..���     -uul rich
iwn in the cil y. ���
The here
I th,   new 1 ba ll la
��� .ii  . . .1     1 "in ���
whii ' .... draw  yuu!   al
��� on
Mo ith bri Hani   ol
onali      ��� vii:  and  lustrous
n    besl    qualltj    Bbell
Slom - are worki d Into plea lng
n    and combi  arc    in    In*
, vi   boxes,    Vim   can   give
nothing more handsome   fi r   a
Each   3Cc to $8.50
SOMETHING
Suitable for
The Babies
You cannoi let Cl   Istn �� Ithoul
Such l list as given h
-  are mo b in toj b,
Babies'   Knitted   Wool   Jackets.   Sky,   cn: In,
\_.ii in and comforta le; mai
Infants'   C.ishmere   Kimonas.
���at
style     E
.   ��� a
.75c to S
lapanese "���
���;   ;    yol
am  and
I    Vl.v.
Ol 1 a I'll
onlj.    1 ���
1:'.  "i- *,,-. .-��� Ik    most ai     v \..  ivi -
Infants'  Silk   Dresses.   11..
1   ������   :.  laci   ind ���
fu]   with    -v.1.
1:.,, h ..
Infants'   Cashnv.-re    Dresses.
onlj     Each	
Inf.-r.ts'   Short Cloaks  ol
Several  ,< ipulai       .���      ���   cho
Infants'  Long Cloaks:   two  31
ChHdren'6  Bearskin  Coats  In
w ll h ci ��� am si-, i n and an             with or 1
fr,ui      1 lach 	
Infants' Mitts In  ityles usualij     opula
Pei  ,,iiir	
Infants' Booties  In  all  -i/.--.    11   1 ream,  pink
di   Igni    Per pair 	
Bibs; nn unusuallj large range of thesi evi
plain and tancy styles are to be found here Three for 25c to I
Babies' Fancy  Bonnets, in  silk, fancy wool and 1
choose   ii attractive   tyle al lower prices than usual
Children's Gaiters, in  all    h             I
and grey,    Per pair ��� ������	
Children's  Warm  Wool  Overalls:
withoui   fei '      1
���    I
$1.25 I    I
���
$2.50
.$3.25
*    :
 20:
w tllti
.35c
P
nn  .in I    ilai I   ��� 11     *
....  50c to
A NEW LOT OF
Fancy Delaine
WAISTS
\ pecial lol of these sei vice
able waists jusl arrived per parcel po : from England. They
in.- considerably nicer in appearance than the general run
��� ii wixii'-n blouses in the peat.
They are all nicely trimmed
wiiii lace yokes, collars and
euffs und materials usid are all
light in color nnd patterns ;|n'
small mui neat, All slees.
Each    $3.50 to $6.00
Attractive  Cream and
WHITE
SILK WAISTS
Underpriced at
$3.95 each
Tb;.,. dozen daini ���
���ain-,  japani Be    Ik ��  I
attractive modes   ol
lare yokes, collar .
settings of  lace  lm
ample variety.   Size    ���
Bpecial I": i'i-" v"
32 to i" inch''*    it-
50,   Now Each $-*'
Not.
You Can Choose a Nice HANDBAG at Almost Any Price
���t���   varieties; 35c   tO   $8.50
ami
Children's and   Misses* Hand Bags in black  uid colors.    I
Ladies' Squaw Bags, now shapes, In all sizes .and shapes; tan and black leathers
draw  cords.    Kach   	
Ladies'  Hand  Bags  in pebbles, crocodile, Imitation seal ajid other -^ervcleable
and leather linings with ,a variety of styles In handles and shape-.   Each 	
Ladies' Fancy Beaded Bags, made In medium size only, with beautiful   iiftttci ns   worke.
line beads of harmonizing colors.
Kach
Ladies' Opera Bags, made of fanny design silk, ln light color*** only.    E
,.    35c, 50c sna
j with strap I
 75c to 13.61
Itliers;  si
$1.00 to $7!D
*  out  entln     j��
.$2.25 to *��,,c
fa, DO
Ba*h   *2'25,��
W. S. Collister & Co
TME  STORE  POR WOMEN'S WEAR
iii_i_r*""w ���"* ������ZJti
Jail*'*i

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