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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
LI rt
ASSURANCE
WK!TEV 5KSLE.S & CO.
I
COUNSEL AND JURY
CLASH AI INQUEST
Coroner Quiets Matters By
g ing That Burning of
Wreckage is Not Pertinent
STEAMER STKATHLONA
IN M_ POS
MENI 10
E MASTER'S VOICE
High  Water  in  River Caused
Vessel to Swing Out Into
Deeper   Water.
Ol
probably see the clow
.;  on  the victims ol the
Ulseview  wn ck, and this evening it
,i the jury will hand in
[1)eir Vl    . ���      There ls still a <iuan-
,ltv a; ��� .idence t..  be  taken and  in
o a number of new witnesses h
ble  thai   several others
���d    to    clear up minor
bi
Thei.
E
a
Close Inquiry.
_ .  .. :.., :,   air   going   ( lOSl lj
. ,ery   detail    concei ning    the
'deal! .ictiins, and thr causes
. iu au  -niii avor to de-
whom    the    responsibility
sboue.:   est     A .great    deal of   evi-
,",, : i en  heard regarding the
.[.lings    to    br?ak  with
. ���   and numerous railway
- :i  called, 'heir  evidence
some saying that n i>
impossibli  lor th-- couplings to bi*ak
. condition, others averring
that u-    happened   to   their
....
a nce    is   being carefully
ffai counsel for  many  differ
ent Interests, and  the witnesses ire
i . i..-.--, a Mulled   be-
\ allowed to l?ave the stand.
.   ii.,- Inquest sat until af-
uien adjourned to this
the couri  housi    V.ancou-
���ek       After  tin- Inqu ?St
: mally   opened coupling
��� made with the two cars
v_\             train crew    said    broke
i ai    and   a refrigerator.
T...   :      ��� i   ib  partly    Bmashed,  but
.    -a hich  brok.   is  still  In-
ta ��� hi ie  the  test  will  be made
do ibt.     One of the Jurymen SlcNab, expressed the opln-
;. sl  was a waste of time,
t.e  devoid  of  result.    The
court \      then   return   to  the  court
��� . ihe taking nf i-i i.i mce will
d, continuing until thruogh,
i - een delays occur.
Crew Gives Evidence.
f       the   remaining   members  of
��� a. Motorman McUonough
. . tor  Wiggins,    win he ex
e former briefly giving his
the    occurrence yesierday
ore   coun   adjourned.     The
���a ho handled the train s r-
time   ol   Ino   wiork.   wlll
eiai  Superlnti n.i. in  Wood-
:.' ���   recalled.
.'������  .     lent  which liven id the pro-
Sterdaj    was   a   somewhat
,e.    argument    between  the
; foi  iho B. C. B. K. Corn-
Foreman Main of th ��� Jury.
Ta    .   : an    was   exceedingly anx-
. ntly,  to    obtain Information o. aeiin^ the destruction of the
ih.-    company's   officials.
���Mr.  Mi In   slated   that   he   had   asked
a. k Bi ck, K. C, for the company, to
havi ���     foreman who gave the order
brought ie, tho    Inquest.      Mr.  B'fk
Immediately    denied      having    heen
and   pointed   out   that   he  did
not know the man who gave the order, but he had heard Mr. Petersen
In ln> evidence say that  he did.    He
did ii": know where Road master Sam-
Pie was      l���  G.   McPhilllps,    K.  C,
I thai  he did not consider il  the
'': ���    ol the counsel to hunt wltuesB-
' I   n marked   that   the  jury   was
ii   should    he.       Foreman
a exception to this remark.
l"ib i loner ruled thai  it  was un-
'''    ii i Dr. .lefi's remarked that he
consider the question of the
m oi iho debris material to
"l" case, and advised the jury to drop
lie   had   not   given   p-r-
��� destroy  il. Wilt  he thoughl
was    holler  thai     il   was de-
Ml Even as li was, nearly ev-
in tho vicinitj  had blood-
ill a,  of  the   gruesome  aC-
.     his  own   little    hoy   had
'  piece to his home.
Will   Secure   All   Evidence.
1       Ison, K, ('., acting for the pro-
J���1;      overnment, stated that if the
lurj      nted   the roadmaster   found.
IU111 other witn 'sses brought  be-
to1"1   'hi in.  he  was  there  to  see  tnat
"" '>    fere    brought     The   Inquiry
"""     eiiiy      covered    a    v.'ry    wide
bul  no person  was on trial.
"���,- P. Petersen, foreman of construction of the B.C.E.R., stated that
'"'    ��� I  been   notified  of  the  wreck
is a possibility   :'
daj e    ai   1 ;ast    bi I
w recked sti amei  Strati
afloat, and  somo    doe.
as to whether    she    win  evi
	
Word r scei\ ed in thi
was to the effect thai  thi   I -
and the current caused  bj   11 ���
rains oi thi  pasl week, I
el an und Ini    a i     e i anj
position    than  she    oc
Bhi   Is said ti   be almosi i il Ire ���
merged and thi
the rent ln her timbei i
larged corisid. i a
The  governmenl   si agi        Sam.
is standing b> and   thi     ���'   rt   .
Sides,   Haiiv.ia     &
gang of men on hand, but i thi
(Torts have met with little success.
issor Dicey, of Oxford,
aks in Support of Peers
Privilege.
Thursday night  .,
men and Chinami n res lit
plosion  of  such   magnitude  thai   the
city police wore called In to ; tl
end    to the    experiment.      They ef-
fectively did so by ai resti
the white nan. who ap] In the
police court    yesterdaj    morninj
answer the charge of assault,      Th<
Chines3 succeeded in proving to the
satisfaction  of    thc    m  ��� ������ that
their  fireside   rights   had   bi ���
lessly encroached u
thi   two offenders $6.00 an dcosts.
MURDER CHARGE HANGS
OVER WOMAN'S MM
She Will  Know Nothing About It Until   She   Appears   In   Vancouver
Court  This   Morning.
Vancouver. Dec. 3.���Julia Law Is
at presi in in the ci Us of thi Van
couver police station, undei tin Impression that she is merely being deed t. -: a da; or so, while as a
ei ol facl a elan ge of murder Is
��� .   ging over bei  head.
She will discover her mistake this
morning when sh--. is arraigned on
the capital charge.
The woman Is accused of having
shoi and killed Peter Scurry, a colored man, with whom she had heen
living. The shooting occurred al
ahout 5 o'clock this evening and was,
so far ns tha police can gather, the
result of jealousy. Alter she had
shot Scurry the woman, who did nol
know that the man had sustained fatal injuries, went to the police station and toldthe (dii.'ers that she had
accidentally shot  and  wounded  him.
The ambulance was at once Bent to
the address designated hy the woman, and on arrival the officers found
Scurry lying dead. A charge Of
murder was immediately laid againsi
the woman, who ln the meantime had
Ih'on confined In one of the cells,
present she knows nothing of tin
rious nature of her plight
At
A downtown service for men "ill
he conducted in the Crystal Theatre
tomorrow afternoon. There will he
good singing and A. P. Baker will
preach; all are cordially invited to
ntt?nd.
New Blood for  Rovers.
Two new  men   will  shortly  appear
i on the lineup of the Rovers football
team, who wlll, il is felt, Illl two weak
spots in Ihe team. I'i ed Hartley,
who was th ��� crack goalkeeper tor
Ladysmith   the   season   before hist,
arrived in the cltj yesterdaj and will
sign on with the Rovers ami take his
place between tho goal posts. Brass,
another   Ladysmith   player, win he
here In a day or two to take a posi-
t ii ui. and will also sign on. He is a
centre forward, and was a Btrong man
ou the Ladysmith attack, whet
played on ihe outside left wing.
���'ontlnued on Page Kive).
Football  Today.
Tl Is afternoon the Rovers meet the
obamrock's second team In the first
match of the Charity Cup tie.      Tin-
will   be  played   ln   Vancouver
Powell    street   grounds, com-
B at 1 o'clock.
Shamrocks are a sturdy team,
seniors have no fear of tod
mat. i,
nt ih,
menc!
The
but the
In
K the score
of tiim.
igalnst them at the end
., It will not be hy any means
" strongest team possible that will
'���''���'nt    the    Royal    City ' in tho
I11"'1'- and  probably will  be partlou-
���"''>' weak.      Lyons, ca.ltaln of    the
i^'s, and  Lock, will be unable to
";iv   the  former  being  under  treat-
f,|r blood poisoning, caused by
" r��8ty nail
penetrating his toot
Vote
'e for Keary and you vote for ths
���an who    found   New    Westminster
bn- ���
itk and left It marble."
he
At the Churcheo.
Itev. C. W. Brown will occupy the
pulpit of the Queen's Avenue Methodist church tomorrow morning; in
the evening C. C. Knight of Vancouver one of the msmbers of the Methodisi hoard of missions will speak on
"Missionary Work from the Laymen's
Standpoint."
Rev.  Principal  King of Indore Col-
Indin, will occupy the pulpit of
Andrew's Presbyterian church
tomorrow    morning;    ln the 5venlng
lege
the Bt,
morning;
Henderson.
"Running I
the pastor will
nder the Sema-
Vnncouver will
Sapperton, to-
;j o'clock.
Rev. .1. S.
preach on   ^^^^^^
phore."
Hev. Mr. Parker of
speak In Kirk's ball,
Tthe^tvTBaft^h^o,
row  Rev. A. P. Baker will speak on
"Tin  tioeret  of Success.
\., ,r;���,���,���,.a B-ara
______ ���&�� -s���a
������ii ^understandings      <m.i
sermon, Ml.-umi' _ __j
Their Disastrous Kflecis
evening,    "If    Christ
Westminster."
,~,      Z__n_i  will   be  held   at
'iKFJKE tomorrow morning
and in the
Came    to New
David  Dunlop.
________________
when the rector   Kev. Vener
is A., will be inducted by 'he ven
��W, Archdeacon Pcntreath, B. A.
London.   Dec.   ,",.���A.   V.   Dicey,   the
il  English consi ilu
��� al Oxford, conl   I . re
Ltei   to    '.his    morning's
..   t   Des. ��� b ....   I Imsi  ;  as
..., ; med i..i..rai. Prof, Dici 5
many  the firm conviction
. ,,; the ministry is low*
,   oi out pulbi<   I fi   am
ir whole systi m ol popn
��� ��� ..ia ni affords a ��eightj res
supporting  the  lords  In  thi
thi   budgi t,    The peers an
. e. nol the people but the usui
.. , ,  ntary majority.
"In   such  a   conflict   the  house  of
than once scored an
���  I
Prof.   Dicey   holds   that   Hie   ministers whi   |     ' ss to be special friends
of the peopb  are imperilling the success  ol  i-e | : ivernment in  Bug-
Corruption of Classes.
"The vice of the day," hi   says  "is
;! i   corruptii n  of the  classes.    This
i .a.   is not unknown to I . h re-
, . Is spn ading throughout  some
- ���   prosperous   ci lonies,   is
ed by everj pa-
���    erica subject to
and to the ban fu   au-
thou:. ���   boss.    At this m i
lj all the English party leaders���
1  cannot  confine my ci one
party   alone���impress  upon   the  ( I v
s tha ������        i.e-.,' tained
predominant authorltj  should use Its
powi rs   so  as   to  . from   the   re
sources of !      s . xlnium of
material . on fori :,    Its mi m     i . but
no ministry has . so far 1
this direction as has thi  present ca
In< t."
The  women's    educational  club  of
Columbian Colli eld a verj   sue
cessful ba        last I I K
of P. lo.lgi' room. There v. ce all
soils of things then foi Wan. woman and chial, and th. .'. all found
purchasers, eager to secure Christ-
prei ...
i rush si n ��� ,i In
the afternoon and evening
Vote   for     Keary   tho   Royal     City's
long   tried   and   faithful   servant.
ARCHIE MWWm
STILL AFTER THE CASH
Tries     Another  Tack   to     Make   New
Westminster Shell Out $50 That
He  Didn't  Get.
Archie MacNaughlon Is at It again.
Archie, it will be remembered, was
the genii -iiian who acted as referee
for the games between Regina and
New Westminster for the Minto cup
lasi siulng. and then kicked Up such
a fuss aboul his pay.
Prior to the gam., it was agre id
thai Archie should get J60 for refer-
eeing the two games. Alter the
games were over, how .ver, Archie
thought be had given liis services too
cheaplj and Btuck oul tor |100. 'I uIb
Was refused hy the local club, on the
matter being referred to the trustees
of the Minto cup th'ey advised the
local   club  thai   they  considered  ��&D
h.is i ney for Mr. MacNaughton,
and could recommend the pay nl "'
no mor i.     On receipt of decision to
this effect,    the Salmon    D'Hn a [01
warded   Mr      MacNaughton     bis   %'���'"���
Which   the   sahl   Archie   pocketed    ind
every one   in.ped that    tha Incldenl
was clos id. ,
Apparently, however, his failure to
secure the extra %bu worried Mi   Ma<
Naiighton. mui he has been oai ting
about for ways and means to make
Now     Westminst ir    shell    out   some
come or at leasl to raise some mme
trouble.     With these   ends In vi''w
Archie   yesterday   sprung   the   follow
mg letter, which be says he received
trom  the secretary Of the  Regina  Lacrosse club, on the Vancouver papers:
"Dear  SIr.-Mr.  Wells has  handed
me your letter of the 24th regarding
the price paid hy us for referee atiU
judge of play In connection with "'''
Regina Minto cup games. On ��on-
Ing up our account I Hud they hav
charged us for referee and judge ��
play $100, which we paid. I rusting
this is all the Information you require, yours, etc.
"JOHN d Martin.
Secietary-treasurer Capital -W
crossi Club, Regina, Sa<ik.
"Regina, Sask..  Nov,  29,  WW.
The only answer to the letter s
that the statement contained In It ��
erroneous. Despite what John u-
Marfin, secretary treasurer, etc., says
Regina was not charged with J100IWT
referee and Judge of play. The in ��
for the payment of the two officials
was deducted from the Btt gate receipts, which were then divided between the two teams, the result being tha same as If $50 had been deducted from the share of each team
after the division had been made.
Apparently Mr. Martin is not an expert bookkeeper.
SUNDAY-SCHOOL
IS FIFIY YEARS OLD
Queen's Avenue Methodist
Church Celebrates Inter-
i sting Jubilee.
1 he Sundaj   schoo   ol   the Quei i t
Avenui    ..:... th    oldest
Insi       .     . i ., a  ,,.,  ia.   main
lam        ,.      , ������      ae , ia ati
its Jul llei    .���   i- ��� .   '    : ..','���
bi i  5   1908   Li Ing i sactl)   Bftj  years
and o ���   from    ths dati   ol    the
a of thi  school.
. -   \. i .   ,    '. dist   churcl
Is e... .,, adent in    direct i ucci e
Bi f thi old Methodisi church In
i..1? citj almost ii noi qu.i the ttrst
bui ding to i'"' i reeled strlctly tor re-
iis purposes In the pro vine*,
i als old churcl, ^io..,i on im '���,. <. ,
ai th< corner of Carnarvon street, on
,,.. siti ie..w oc< upied bj ���'. D ew e
..fiance, and il was this old church
to which thi   original Methodist Sun
daj  s< i I hi ihis citj  siu provinci
was attached,
1 i,. si hoo] was founded on Sunday-
i -e. i mbi . 4, 1869, bj Rei B, White,
ol Rev. i), \\ hite now of ihis
citj. Rev, Dr. White v as one oi
i,,,..; in ati ndanci at the school on
tha S ndaj In Deo ml 1869; be-
sidi & tin late Ri v. Mr. White and
the nn    I ���  ��� . |    a- familj then  wi  i
e a'.i  ii  in  attendance al
. , on thai da> of .is opening,
but i    e thi  schi ol had V>. en si l g"
atti  ,  up.
Two  on   Island.
Di   Robson ol  Vancouver, by
.  ,   particulars as to the foun-
,'....      .... .a   '...     '
Rev, t    VV.  Brown Ol  Queens Avenue
. h   stati s thai on thi
dal. e 8(
m  18! 9   ih.   thermometi i   was b lo^
rhich goes t< that thi
presi   t wi athei  is nol  ball so ��� '���
.... j    as   most   pi opli
R.     Dr. Uol.son furthi    ,  oul
ai if. ' time ol  tin   I     i| a ation
mdaj schoo; her,   thei    wen
on Vancouver island, one at
v whii a had been i stablishi d
57, by Oo   , Br; int, then a
;,    ,,,   tin   public    B' ll 'o.   ��� In I.
and      ���'. ��� >ai . stablished a year lati i
in   \ 1. toi la.       \ ,'   ouvei   island   was
i.  . ,.   ,���   :  oi    the
province of Brltisl   Columbia  an i did
not   becomi   bi      ntll ti a  5. ars  I iti
.   that   til '  StSlOOl   lU     .New   Wes	
Bter was 11 all}  the flrsl In the province ot British Columbia,
V.A.C BASHETBALLERS
Vtlt'i: FiJJOX Vei lii LOCALS
C.   M. C.  Seniors Go  Down to  Defeat
to Tunc of 47 to 14, But Juniors
Win Out.
joy ami soriow    struggled for su-
premacj   Inthe hearts 01  the Colum
1.ian Collegi   boys last  night ana boi
row probablj won out, tor though the
s icond Lasi..itball team won from the
V.   A.  C.i   the  seniors   weni   down   bj
the enormous Bcore of tT to 14.
The gymnasium was toll of smoke
and very low temperature, which
made the names, good as th ���> we"
rather   uncomfortable   to   watch
The   senior   tennis   slatted   to   plaj
ahout 9:16. Vancouver started to
rush matters from the start and ran
up 11 score oi W to * befors Columbian College realised that they were
playing basketball    and    noi  "pussy
wants  a  comer."       Then  foi   a  short
few minutes they did Bom 1 good plaj
lng and managed to make the score
IB to 10, making 8 points to theii op
ponents' 8. Bul thh. waa onlj ti m
porary, and al balf time the score
stood 21 to 12,
in the second halt things w ir ��ven
more  onesided.      The  College  men
, .��� I   lo   ha   e   lOSl   Control   eiilli.U
onl) making two points, while V, a
('. ran Up 26.
The local men were completely out
classed al every stage ol the game
Their combination was lank and thell
Bhootlng   Here..     The   Vancouvei   iu"ll
on the contrary pul up a splendid
game; iheir combination wory being
a revelation nnd their shooting or the
Blsley    variety.     Praser and Ounn
were' tii ��� hIiiih on the vIsIIoih' team,
while McArthur probably did Ihe hesl
work ror lhe locals, although none 01
them   distinguished   themselves.
The teams wer 1
V.   A.  C���Matheson,     Murray.  Fra-
Hcr. Oiitin. Peaocok.
Columbian college���McArthur, Cam
eron, Ferguson! Draney, Priest Ref
ere.. Prof, cinrk. of Columbian Coi-
lege,
The  Junior  pntne  was  mote  inter
entinK from a spectators' point of
view although there whs no such e%-
put playing as In the senior game^
Tbe score was Dl to B, and at half
time 9 to 3. White and RUgg were
the main supports of the local flv.
and Woods for tbe visitors did splendid work.     The teams were:
Columbian College���Foupore, RugK.
Hrown. White, Wood.
V. A. C���Woods, Stoess, Robertson.
Roberts Wright. Referee, Farr,
Vancouver.
Vote for Keary and you vote for
the man who stayed with New Westminster throuflh all adversity.
W0P.KE0 IN SPACE
TWO FEET BY THREE
Construction of Culvert Under Colum
bia Street Carried Out Under
Difficulties.
Thi   coi .-.    ���   ���     of the large
culvert, completed    during  the
v eek, under Columbia s1 reel   In - ���
 rrj   the  w ater  from  the ravine
easl  ol   the citj   hall, proved a m*b
..   co sidi rabli   difficulty,
The culvert is two feel across, and
OVI I   LOO  fei 1   in   ll ai_lh.       This had tO
.   .; .    e   the old box culvert  2
lei-i deep a eet in width.     The
.   a1   ) ial was , . to and from the
workers by  thi   use of a haulback.
\\ 01 k in sui h limited tjuai ters with
water running through ail the time,
was a matter of C  ble difficulty. A feature ol the cons unci ion
was thai it required the employment
of small men. men ol ordlnarj Btal
ure being unable to work 1n thi Imi
Ited space.
The  culvert    was    built,    il   is  believed by the board of works officials,
in thrn only to prevent consldi
damage by  the    heavy n.ins of    Uie
early part oi the week.
Electric lights were strung through
out the tunnel while the work was
in progress.
Vote  for   Keary   and   still   more   industries.
TOO HANI FADS
ON SCHOOL EAIiNUAR
Such   is   the     Opinion   that     Prevails
Among   the   Calgary   District
School Teachers.
Calgary, Dec. 3.���The teachers of
iins inBpei toi an bi llei <��� 1 he curriculum oi similes in the public BChools
io be too large and too much charac-
ti   Ized bj la.is.   H . iusi   "i tlu - facl
.  ���    adopt aiions at the clos-
.   lion ol  tin 11   annual  meeting
in the  nigh school  yesterdaj   afternoon,   asKii a   1 .    provincial   depai t-
a    , ,��� ui.. I. ,.   !���-.  make  a   revl-
ilon              esoluti        weii   inn od 11
eso    0 tee, con-
is.in;.   Ol   Dl      \      .1      '   '.        1.    II.   Luck.
v     v   .... hai dson and \\    E  Ha>. T  1
follow;
Want Revision.
ii. solved, that  this convention of
the teachers ol the Calgary lUBpectoi
urge  upon  the attetnion ol  the
minister and ihe department of education 1 b,   -1.) toi a th 1  ugh r?
, . a ol tin cui 1 Iculum ol si mii. e In
both public and high school slandaids
una 1, \ ision to ha\ i in \ levt the ob-
jei i of ii lievin.; rather 'han further
ov?rstudles,    Understanding    thai   a
commi". ion has been proposed bj  ',,,,
department of education tor the purpose of considering the revision ol
the program, we would resp?ctfullj
request thai ample representation be
given on this commission to the public school teachers of th> province."
A Provincial Association.
The committee presented another
resolution approaching the idea of organising a provincial educational association to include all Hi- educational Interests of the pr..vince and
suggesting that   when   _   provincial
teachers' convention can be 111 ranged
lt should he held dining the week
1..llowing Knsler. This was also
adopted.
NEW PROCESS FOR
TREATING LUMDUtt
Niagara Falls, Dee. 8.    Hy the for-
ninlion  nl   a   liunbei   Vulcanising  com
panj with a capital ol 11,000,000, it is
alleged   lhal    a   valuable   piocess     ol
Heating lumbei win be placed on the
Canadian markel Fred Wood, who
is provisional dlrectoi 0! the "(>w
company, said tonighl thai a DomlU
lon   . hai lei    had   been   1 eeeh ed   from
Ottawa today. W 1 states the company win vulcanise pine ahd Bofe gum
woods by patented process, which win
senl the pores .harden the wood and
lendei   It   Impervious   to  decay.     The
piocess will be particularly valuable
ror railroad ties.
SOLDIERS   WILL  CELEBRATE.
Men   of  A   and   B   Company   D.C.O.R.
Plan  Festivities for  New  Year'9.
(in  Thursday evening  Ihe members
or a und 11 Companl is of the sixth
11 rn It.   held   theh    fits!   association
meeting or the season
An appropriation was made tor the
supplying or necessary Instruments
to the bugle and fife hand.
It was decided to arrange Tor th?
usual annual celebration at New
Year's. The celebration wlll take
the form of other seasous, concert,
refreshments and athletic sports 1"
the drill hall. It ts probable that a
military concert wlll also be arranged
for a date early ln the season
A mention made of the proposed
formation of a new regiment of heavy
artillery, with New Westminster as
headquarters, was received with satisfaction.
Vote for Keary and you vote for a
man that stayed with the Royal City
through all advers'ty.
CIVIC CANDIDATES
SLOW IN AFPUMWl
Only Eight Citizens Are
So Far in the Field For
Aldennanic Honors.
��� the fact thai Monday is
noiaiiaiiioii daj. candidates foi alder
manic honors arr, slill Bhj about
breaking cover and   \   I _ was
the onlj candidate to come to lif.ht
yesterday. Although Mr, HardrtMi'B
papers hav< nol yei been handed to
thi .ii\ clai k, ii Is understood that
his friends have got after him and
persuaded him to run. Il is now
certain thai there will he a contest
as there are eight men at leasi ont
for the seven large, hard chairs ia
e Cltj hall, and at least one of then
will have to be con tenl with a more
comfortable if less glorious sea, on
the south side of his own kitchen
stove.
No   Labor Candidate.
There was a rumor around th^ city
yesterday to the effect thai the labor
men of New Westminster would put
a man in the field to .un for alderman, but prominent men in th-5 different unions scouted the idea, the
general impression being that the labor partj had mixed up in elections
enough in the last tew weaka, Up
to the present the name of the men
running for alderman are; Q-. Adams,
A. w Gray, ���). J. Johnston, J. Henley,
J. Carier Smith, .1. N. Aitcnieon M.
Sinclair and A. Hardman. lhe first
tive of these gentlemen are mi mber*
of the present council who pock reelection. Mr. Sinclair served a term,
on the council a f��w years ago, and
Mr, Hardman once aspired to the
honor wii houi success. Mr. Aitchison is a new star in the polilicai
heavens.
The race for mayor is. and probably
will remain between W. H. Ke-iry.
the preseni mayor, and .1. Lee, president of the board of trade. Hoth
men have strong support and are potting every minute ot their lime and
everj ounce ol iheir energy into Ibe
fight. Mr. Lee claims thai Hie regime of Mayoi Keary is open to some
criticism, While Mr. Keary's supporters maintain thai be bas carefully
and wisely taken everv ,-��� portnnltj
be could to uplift   the    Cltj   iii every
way.
Public   Meetings.
However, these matters will all t>e
threshed oul in the course of a tse
days when both the candidates wiil
hold meetings in different pans of the
city. Mr. Lee will make hia first
tppearanci before tbe public as candidate for the position of mayor on
Tuesday evening, when he will address the electors of Sapperton in the
PrtncesB hall. The following night
h ' will Bpeak to the men of the west
end in St. Barnabas' parish hall, and
on Friday will hold his big meeting
in the Opera House.
Mayor Keary has asked and o^
tained permission to be present ��t
Mr. Lee's meetings and though IW
has hot announced his intention of
speaking, it may be taken for srantwl
that if anything affecting him J��
brought up in any of the meetings, he
will not remain silent. Mr, K^ary
will address the citizens ill the Opera
House on Thursday, December 9. By
that time Mr. Lee will already hare
held two meetings nnd the mayor
will he able to know on exactly what
Mr Lee ts basing his campaign anil
will   be   in   a   position  to  answer W��
arguments.
School Trustees.
So far Dr. T. B. lit een Is the only
num who has announced his intention of trying to wrest a seat on 'he
school board from Mr. Pseblea Or Mr.
Trapp. but there is time yel for aspirants to the thankless Job of school
trustee to come to the from.     t__e$
pie.nilnent   citizens   were     anxious  t��
persuade John Held to run for a s^t
on the school board, but   Mr   Reid declined with thanks.
MANY   INQUIRIES
Secretary Wade  of    Board  of    Trade
Hands Out  Much  Information.
\
Secretary Wade of the board o*
trade litis been a busy mnn ibis wee*
answering Inquiries from all sorts of
people lioin all parts Of t'anadi and
tlle Uflited States.
Th ' most Important visitors from
the   commercial   standpolni   were  tlje
promoters of the baking powder eon-
puny who are trying to make arrangements to locate here.
The other seekers after information Were chiefly interested In Uie
farm resources of the Fraser river
valley rather than in the city its��M_.
It Is not generally appreciated by the
outlying communities what work Mr,
Wnde does for them. As a matter
of fact he is continually advisttf
prospective settl'is In the country ee
to what part of the province woirtrl
he most suitable for the kind of wurt
they have In view. Almost evcjry
day some of the farming conununltfeB
of the valley are Indebted to Mr-
Wade for the advent of another settler or two.
W. Burnett and E. Neilson,
yesterday members of the mechanical
staff of theDatly News, leave todsar
for Everett, where they will entrabi
for New York on their way to Om
Old Country. They expect to sp
some weeks ln England, returning
the coast again la thp spring.
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PAGE  TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
0ECEMB��R
MKET REPORT
The market was affected yesterday
hy the prevalence of cold weather following so closely on the heavy rains,
which no doubt interfered considerably with the attendance, the farmers
ablj with tlie attendance, the farmers
when the weather conditions were so
unsettled, Most of those who came
in made the trip by boat, the roads
being, In many places, almost impassable. However, those who brav id
thi weather did not lose by it as
they found a ready sale for their produce.
One remarkable feature? of yesterday's market was that the prices remained at exactly the same figures
i stood on the last market day.
Ther? was a good supply of meat of
all kinds and it met with a ready-
sale. Early in the afternoon all the
beef that had been broiieht in and
been sold. Mutton and lamb found
od demand. There was a large
Bupply and a good demand tor pork
but only a fall  demand for veal.
Fowl, especially good birds wer..
. ... ; ly snapped up by eai ly buyi i ������
Chickens and broilers  war.   all  sold
I and  there   was  a  good    damand   for
' ducks.       Eggs  were  very  scarce  for
j the reason that many of the poultry
ranches have    been    considerably affected  by th^ recetn floods In different parts  of the country.      All  that
offered for sale found no lack of purchasers.      All  grades of apples sold
' well  and    vegetables    of    all   kinds,
though sufficient    to    supply the demand, brought a good price.
Official   Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lh...^.- to 9c
Beef, forequarters, pet Ib. ...nc to Tc
Lamb 13c to 13%c
Mutton     lie to 11%
Veal,  large 8c  to  be
Veal, medium      .. .lie
Pork, medium lo'^c to Hf
Eg    . wholesale, per doz 60c
Eggs, retail, per doz fi5c
Butter,  wholesale, per lb   30c
Butter, retail, per Ib 35c
Fowl, per doz $6.50 to $8.00
Chickens, per doz
1 rollers, per doz..,
I nicks, per doz.  ..
Potatoes, per ton   .
Apples, per box ..
Pe irs, per box...
i Inl ms, per sack  .
Turnips, per sack
Cabbage, per sack
c ��� .its   I"-!' sack
I', eta, pi r sack  ..
. .$5.00 to $6.60
   il to $5
 $15
 ?! . to $11
. . . $1.50 to $1-75
 $1.25
 $1.2.'.
 60c
...50c
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.   .$1.00
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WE   ARE    READY   Tu   3HOW
you how it ls cheaper to ��� uy our
high-class building materials
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can po nt to
buildings bul't with our materials tbat never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
era-;!������ness  llec?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
We Claim the Distinction
ot Being Leaders in Menys
Furnishings
and are offering a few suggestions that will interest early
buyers:
SMOKING JACKETS
BATH  ROBES
FANCY ARM  BANDS
COAT  SWEATERS
FANCY   HOSE
SUSPENDERS
CRAVATS
PYJAMAS
SHIRTS
GLOVES
HANDKERCHIEFS
VESTS
MUFFLERS
A large and well-chosen stock to choose from.
Watch our windows.
J. EUGENE BROWN V CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
CLOTHING   AND    FURNISHINGS    FOR    MEN
rftvtma'tt TmrrrrmrMOTnTi
P.
HO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
******ee*****************e**i
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-ii,
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE  101.
645   Columbia   Street.
_____m___mm_______m______-___m______m-M_m_m__m
TO THE  RATEPAYERS OF THE
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���In response to several large and influential requisitions from the electors of
the City of New Westminster, askiim
me to again offer myself for the mayoralty, in view of the extensive puhlic improvements now m hand, and
proposed for the coming year, I fet'i
it iny duty to accede to the wishes
of the electors in the premises, and
will therefore offer myself as a candidate at  the forthcoming elections.
As previously announced, ll ��
my intention to withdraw from civic
politics at the end of the presi :
term, but the urgent wish of so many
of the electors that I should continue
in oflice until the improvement program, with which I am familiar iti
every detail, is carried out. compels
me to how to their wishes, and again
seek your suffrages.
If elected 1 pledge myself lo devote
my very best energies toward protecting the welfare of the city, to
maintain the principles of civic government, and in every other possible
way advance the interests of our
city.
Thanking   you.   ladies   and gentlemen, for your generous support in the
past, and  respectfully soliciting your
votes and Influence. I am.
i'o urs very lncerely,
YV. H   KE
Xew    Westminster,    li. (.'
1909.
Classified   Advcrtisemt
WANTED.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
'stenography
WANTED   GIRL    FOR      (IKNKUAL  THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO.,
W   \.\  I    -|.      \.iii.i. .... ,!...,lev       In        a antrir.,, I        m., ,.l, I........
4   r'-���'t^
an(j   care   of children.
��� 11 . .a: Agnes street.
WANTED���SIT1 ATION   BY   A  MAN
cows or horses.    Ap-1
plv at offlce,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
3-3   -
FREEMAN     Bl   ITIsrr
Guichon block
FISH   AND   GAME.
CUSTOM      STEM i
I Vjee Wl   til a;
letti r      , tc.
llltllhia  Bl r    t.
���\'U
.VANTED-EMPLOYMENT BY MAN FRUIT..���8
ApplL-.a*     Gams, Vegetables. *tc.     Begbie st.. |
opp. Windsor  Hotel.
,-.
212-2
TAILORS.
FOR   SALE.
FURNTURE
FOR SALE CHEAP-SMALL BLOCK W.   E.   FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
of acreage by owner, Noi th Vancou
ver, 835 Park road VV., Stanley
Park, Phohe 6226. 278-5
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
comer Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GALVIN, LADIES'   '
loring.     a  1
Ing   j 181    i'e
lng and 1 .
block. Enl
and 264 Clarl.
,'ARY,
Nov.
TO LET���TWO    OK    THREE  FUR-
Ished    housekeeping    rooms,  furnace,   etc.       Applj   !   I   Fifth   avenue.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN UHO-
eerles. phone 386. The Pure Kood
Supply Grocery, P. o   llox 811.
WESTMINSTE
���
Oo.,    anl
ca iv t, stal ;������
TO THE   ELECTORS OF THE  CITY
OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen.���At the request of a verj large number of citi-
: zens and ratepayers I consented to
; allow my name to be submitted to tlie
I people for their support as Mayor of
, New Westminster for I i<  year 1910.
My policy has heen. is   and wil] be
��� wholly one of progress and in the In-
I terests of all the pi ople of New West-
! minster. I will discuss Issues through
j the  campaign  and  ask  your careful
consideration of all questions.
Polling day Decemher 13th, 1909.
JOHN  A.  LEE.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SMILES  &   CO.
Heal   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  BuDurban   property,
260 Columbia streei.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING IT 230 FOR HACKS AM)
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
mwavq   t!c.t mf.    pRfiPVRTV TKE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
ALWAYS   LIST \OUR   PROPERTY Umited. Front street.    New  West-
��'��b    Hale    Bros     186    Columbia m,              ManuIftcturerB ofWmodern
sireet.    ior   quick   sales.     Phone 8aw and    M   ,e            machinery,
'"'      P' ��   drawer 1'"'  Mill   plants   and   specifications   prepared.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OP D. C. ���-
���P.  II. Brown, manager. P. O. Box
"108,   phone  334.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
and del ll
mates fn.
Prtetor. __ Work
.ei detal]   . ,    '���
ates  furnish  I. .     ' . "'
and car Une
4
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P   '
TO THE  ELECTORS OF  NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Ladies and Gentlemen,���At the re-
! quest of a number of the ratepayers
of the city I have consented to offer
myself as a candidal for alderman
in the forthcoming municipal election.
The coming year we look forward to
j being one of vast industrial improvement in Sapperton, necessitating tha'
section of the city having repn senta-
tion on the aldermanic board. If
elected as alderman for the year l'-'lu
I pledge myself to do my utmosl to
advance the Interests, not only of
Sapperton. but of the city as a whole,
and on these grounds I appeal to the
electors of New Westminster for their
support.
JAS. N. AITCHISON.
MARSHALL SINCLAIR. INSUR-
ance. real estate.etc.. i< located for
the present at the office of the Settlers' Association. Begbie street, opposite Windsor Hotel
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia  street.   New   Westminster
CO
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of S xth.
Phone 105 P. 0. Box 345
PAPER   HANGING   &   DECORATING   '
LAND  ACT.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits mane. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P.  O.  Box 79.",.
HUDSON,   WALL   PAPKIl.   Kti'Ol
Mouldings.    Burlap?,    and  Sanltas; j
house   painting,   kalsomining,  pap.*r
hanging    and    decorating.      Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
NOTICE.
To whom it may concern:
Take notice that in accordance with
tuthority granted b.v the Department
of Marine and Fisheries, the Lulu island draw bridge at New Westminster, B. C, will be closed to boat
1 traffic for a period of about two
weeks, beginning November 15th.
1909, for repairs.
INTERNATIONAL CONTRACT CO.,
C.  E.  FOWLER.
President.
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICE.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel R 12S Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Hall-La very Block.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
New Westminsi er for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on
the premises known as the Colonial
Hotel, Bltuate on McKenzie street,
corner Clarkson, ln the said City of
New Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
New Westminster, Nov. 15. 190.1.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 4..". Cl irk-
.-..11 stn el 1 behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
CHIMNEY   SWEEPING.
CHIMNEY    SWEEPING   AND   GUT-
ter cleaning.     D. McElroy, Tel. Din
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. K.
Martin,   Mus.   Bac,     city.      A  line
will hrln" him.
PRINTERS.
WESTMIN8TER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of Job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carle..>, Papers
Phone    55,    P.  O.    Box  142.      Old
Dally  News  Block.  Sixth  street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAKE
Tickets. 21 meals for it. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
ni-'ht.      Opposite tram oflice.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
DRESSMAKING.
DRESSMAKING ��� SUITS,   SKIRTS, I
and Waists. 728 Royal avenue. 204-6
WE   BUY   AND
and   all   kUds
hand goods,
office.
SELL FURNITURE
of new and second
A Speck, near Tram
SYNOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN    HOME
8TEAD   REGULATIONS,
Any available Dominion Lands wiili
in the railway belt in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by ai.;. pei
��on wno is the Bole head of a tannlj
or any male over 18 years of age, 10
tke ��xtent of one-quarter section' oi
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud offlce tor the district
ln which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the lai her,
mother, son, daughter, brother or ulster of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform th.e conditions connected therewith under one of the loiiowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the rather
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his Homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given tn tho commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining rights  may   be
leased   for    a   period  of    twenty-one I
rears at an annual rental of $1   pef
acre.      Not   more   than   2B60   a'res
shall  be leased  to one Individual or!
company.      A royalty at the rate of
five cents  per ton  shall he collected
on the merchantable coal mined,
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior !
....N'BTUnr",thorll!of1   publication   of
this advertisement wlll
for.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYA I, CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers nd 4yers, 345 Columbia street,
pho e R278. The place when? the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre��� not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
ROYAL  ENGLISH  EGYPTIAN
PALMISTS.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM,
'bia street. FlroS-Claas moving
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE. CORNER
Columbia and Klphth. High-class
moving picture*, illustrated songs.
Program chsnired Monday, Wednes.
day and Friday.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
-IN���
THE        DAILY NEW8
New  Westminster Land D strict, District of New Westminster.
Take   notice   that   Wl   la ' 1
McQuarrie, of   New \v.  ��� r, B.
('.. oeciiuptii.il, han ist. ��� gi law, Intends to apply for pen to l '���
chase the following desci '-
Commencing at a posl planted 011
the  shore of    Welcome  P
Southwest corner of Lol  147S   -
1    New   Westminst.a    dii    :
��� asterly   following    the    SOU
dar y,,f said Lot  MT"
or less to the westi
Timher Limit    38,783,    :;
along the said westi       I ry of
said   Timber   Limit   38 78
more or less to the s   iti sri     .'irner
of said Timber Limit   '
following the south boui I        I said
Timber Limil 30 chain- 1   11
i" the shore of Halfmoon Baj
���Kerly.    westerly ':,:"rl-v
along the shore of Hall
Welcome Pass to poinl
ment containing one hundred and sis-
tv 1160 acres more or h   ���
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS
Agent for William Garland McQuarrie.
Dated, November 23rd, 19  I
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Tritnarer ffW '<'a,e
Brackman-Ker wharf erery a celt day
afternoon at 2 p.m. for Ladner ^Ps^
ham Island and way ports, returning
to New Westminster on following
day. Saturday, returninp Bame e^"'
ing.
Additional trip Moiday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 am.
Trips will be made to Steveston ����
busings  warrants.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passeigcr rates ��P
ply to ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the column* of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morrr'.ng Paper
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at all prices
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These palmists do not tell things to
please a person, but read your life
from the cradle to the grave just as
It shows in your hand. All readings
must he satisfactory or no (.'barges
will be made. Address 613 Columbia slreet, New Westminster, B. C.
THE DRUGGIST AND
  ^OPTICIAN.
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Japanese Employment Agents
Contracting and all  kinds of labor
supplied.
H.E.ONISHI&CO.
13   BLACKIE   STREET.
(Next.  Cosmopolitan   Hotel.)
IN CONFIDENCE
you can always come to Kenny s, c   j
ddent that you will always ne
 ^  ...i.i.  nvcelletit foods .imi
WH1     never   be  <��
fldent that you ��...   "'.j, here,
charged for anything obtatae.
Our service Is Al, our foods are
high  grade and    cooked  bj   exj
KENNY'S
739   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP-
TRAM OFFICE. SATUFDAY,   DECEMBER   4,   1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
LEATHER GOODS
THE   LATEST  STYLES   IN    HAND   BAGS,   COL
LAR   BAGS,   CUFF   BOX ES, CARD CASES, CARD
SETS, BILL BOOKS, ETC.,     BTC.        SEE     OUR
WINDOW  DISPLAY.
I'HE
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
kuk
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C. ���
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $-1.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Cn.FmUH an-�� fkkd mkkc. nn ts.
fHONT STREET. New  We*tmlnster. Telephone 333.
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rCH  RELIEVED  INSTANTLY.
I   Using Two Bottles of D.D.
D. He Is Entirely Well.
I from that awful Itch!
. a soothing liquid���
Is ! een,   as i;  by magic.
drop ui two ou the skin and
thai  torturing,   tndless,
Itch.
la...    il   will   feel���
hint: agonj   Bwepl  away In ;1
now the relief if you just
o nn.n.  Prescription-
Martin   did.       Mis.     Horace
Sharbot Lake, Ont, writes:
��� -i had eczema for seven
spent   hundreds  of    dol-
a :  u , cure,       ll(> was
with the pain and itch-
11 li.    Pri scription ad>ei
paper.     I sent and gol ���'���
gave mj  hui hand relief
lie has  used a  s> eond hotel.tirelj   well.
��� bottles ol D.D.D. wliich oi>
I  used  ha\ ���    done  him  mon
the $"  ii.- sp.a,i before."
Cure    after    remarkable    cure has
hi to my attention, and al-
hal inst:mi  relief from the aw-
I'rank   MacKenzie, drug-
list, .\. v,  Westminster.
i oi   !���. e sample    bottle  of  D.D.D.
'resi    ; tion  write t-   the  D.D D. La
'.I >',     1 le     .a It IIH 'U t N N ..     ���?_,    .1 111 .1:111
1 e e !. Toronto. For sale by all drug-
Lfl&&,
Kf''' ���-
B. C. Mills, Timber ar
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers m All Kina   ot
S Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
r
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
. F&RMERS ATTENTION!
F
I Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining, r
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\ Royal Cily Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. New Westminster
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The Goods You
Require to Keep
Warm
Nev/ Business
FINE     MECHANICAL    WORK     ANJ
GENERAL  REPAIRING.    ANYTHING
FROM   A   CLOCK   TO   AN   AUTOM'.
BILL.     REPAIR   LIST:
Cash   Registers
Dent il  Machinery
Moving  Picture
Machinery
Phonographs
Sewing Machines.
Electric  Batteries
Can eras
Cutlery
Models  and   Patterns
Musical Instruments
Rifles
Typewriters
Surgical Instruments
Surveyors' Instruments
Safes
Clocks
Scales
Cream  Separators
Carpet Sweepers
Door Checks
Automatic  Machinery
Cash Drawers
W. WEBSTER, Mechanical
No.   10   Six h
txpsrl
Street,   Dominior
Block.
Trust
TENDERS.
Tendi rs   addressi d    to thi   undi i
Bigni e       i ittawa, In i ealed envelopes,
and  marked on  the ��� nvelopes "Ten-
...I Quarantine Supplies," will be
receivi d  up to noon of the fifteenth
daj of January, 1910, for supplies for
Quarantine Station.
The following supplies are required:
Coal;
I'ii e woi ul;
Fish;
Groceries;
Hardware and ship chandlery;
Meat;
Medical stores an i disinfectants;
Uniforms,  and other    articles (|f
apparel;
Vegetables.
Forms maj   be obtained by application  to    the Department of    Agriculture. Ottawa, or to the    Medical Superintendent  at  Quarantine.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the Department will not be paid.
A. L. JARVIS,
As.-istant  Deputy  .Minister and
Secretary of Agriculture.
Ottawa. Canada, November 11, 19 ���'���'
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
I
Wool-Lined Mocha Gloves.
Wool-Lined Silk Gloves.
Men's Heavy Working Gloves.
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Wool Gloves.
Get  one of those new   Mufflers, in  all
I
colors.
ALL AT
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe
Clothier
Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
Sole Agents Twentieth Century
Clothing.
Taki; notice thai an application bas
I n made t,> register Charles Bradbury as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed tieai the reeve
and cleik of Burnaby to Charles Bradbury, bearing date the 16th daj ":
July. A. D., 1908, oi' all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises Bltuate, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
iin the Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Lots 15 and 16, subdivision
of Block 2, of part of Lot i.9, Group I.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persors claiming
any interest In the sai.l land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land b. desceit, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser w'thin forty-flve
days from the date of the service of
this notice upon you. and in default
of a caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period.
or ln default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you Will
be forever ..stopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in respect of the said laud, and 1 shall
register Charles Bradbury as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby order
that publication o/ this notice for
thirty days in a daily newspaper published ln New Westminster will be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offle.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 30th day of November, A. D., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To James Hlland, James Highland.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to th* public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   Tha Morning Paper.
What Would
Be More
Appropriate
FOR A HOLIDAY PRESENT
THAN ONE OF OUR PIANOS
OR ONE OF OUR ORGANS.
AN EDISON PHONOGRAPH,
A VICTOR OR BERLINER
GRAMOPHONE, SINGER SEWING MACHINE, ALL ON EASY
TERMS IF DESIRED. WE
HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE
CONSIGNMENT OF VIOLINS,
GUITARS, MANDOLINS AND
CASES,
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS
COMPLETE. A CALL WILL
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR
PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
IN   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
NOTICE.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
N..ii.e is hereby given thai Ralph
Charnlej of Barnston island, in the
i ro : .a. ol Britii Columbia, David
���\ie ��� ..'ai, i Mc as,, ol Ladnei. In the
said provinci and Joseph Cameron
of th city oi New Westminster, In
the said pro\ Ince, ha. e been selected
by a in interesl and number
oi the propi letors of the lamia aff< ct-
ed    ai     i. e einafter   di bci Ibed to be
c< issionors   under   the   provisions
of tin "Drainage Dyking and li I
tion Vet," foi the district, consisting
of ami comprising the lands herein-
aftei dei cribed, thai is to i a. . All
and singular those certain parcels or
tracts oi laud and premlsi s Btl ual ���
lying and being in the districl ol
New Westminster and province ol
llriiis'n Ci lumbia, moii partii ularlj
known and described as bus two
hundred and liny-two (25-), two uun-
di. ei and titi> three (253), two hundred and fifty-nine (269), two hundred
and sixty i i'i,tii, and four hundr id and
twenty-seven (427), group one tl),
and the fractional northeast quarter
ol section nine (9); the fractional
soui Ii cast quai t. i of section nine
(9); the fractional north wesl quar-
t t of Election nine (9); the fractional
south west quarter oi section nine
(9); the fractional south easi quarter ol seci1-.ii i,ai (10); the fractional south west quarter ol section ten
(10); the fra<tional northeast quart ir
of section three (3); the fractional
north west quarter of section three
(3); the fractional north easi quartei
id' section four ill. (Indian reserve);
and the fractional south west quartei
of section sixteen (16), all In township nine (9) as shown on the official
plan   or   survey   of   the   sai.l   district
of    New   Wesi minster  and  otherwise.
known as "Barnston Island.'-
The sahl commissioners being authorized and Instructed to take steps
to reclaim the said lands bj dyking
the same ami to do everything
thai he nm; I,,, necessary to carrj
oul such work and to maintain buch
dj kes as maj   be constructed.
The uieti    be   known as the
Barnston   Island   Dj kin    District.'
The names ol the proprietors who
lune selected th. sunt commissioners
are; Ralph Chai nlej. n,,i., j Hicks,
Calvin A. Hicks, Edwin Ja; Thomson,
John LeLeuvre, William S< ot Wal-
kei. David Al ixander McKi John
Charnley, Magnus Sinclair, Joseph
Cameron,
Dated this 22nd daj oi Novemb t,
A. D���  1909.
WADE, WHEALLER &   McQUARRIE,
40 Lome ���-':��� ��� t
New Westminster, B.C,
Solicitors   for   tin   commission.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lots 96 and 97, Block 6, b inn
pans ot lots 28, 29 and 30, group 2,
New  Westminstei   disti let.
Whereas proof oi the loss of certificate of title  No. Bl 17P Issued in  the
name of   Margarel    Emily Atkinson,
lias been lil id in ihis ollice.
N'otice is her, bj given thai I shall,
at the explratioti of one month frotn
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily ne wept" per publish id in
the city of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate,
unless in the meantime valid objection b v made to me in writing.
C. S. KKITH.
Districl Registrar of Titles.
Kami Registry Ofl8.ce, New Westminster, B. ('.. December 1, 1909,
W___W_^_WJ_____WI7______\
To Be Given Away ABSOLUTELY
FREE.
I
ft  Six (6) Full-sized lots, 50x122, Burrard Subdivision,
p  ������������' - ' '���' ���	
oivthe sun-kissed slope of Burrard Inlet, just where
the_bridge will cross the Second Narrows.
TO INTRODUCE LIGHTHOUSE SOAP THE MANUFACTURERS ARE GIVING AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE CLEAR TITLES TO SIX OF THE FINEST LOTS IN BURRARD SUBDIVISION OF
NORTH VANCOUVER. TWO OF THESE L0T3 WILL BE GIVEN AWAY IN VANCOUVER DISTRICT, TWO IN VICTORIA DISTRICT, ONE IN NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT AND ONE IN
NANAIMO   AND    LADYSMITH  DISTRICTS.
BURRARD OFFERS THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO MAKE A LITTLE PILE 'N A
FEW YEARS, PERHAPS IT MAY BE ONLY MONTHS. WE HAVE THE POSITIVE ASSURANCE
THAT THE BRIDGE IS TO BE BUILT ACROSS THE SECOND NARROWS IN THE VERY NEAR
FUTURE���THE GOVERNMENT HAVING PLEDGED THEMSELVES TO DO THIS. EXPERTS TELL
US THAT IT WILL BE BUILT TO BURRARD. THIS BEING SO. WHAT DO YOU THINK WILL
BE  THE  VALUE  OF  THESE   LOTS   ON   TuE    COMPLETION   OF  THE  BRIDGE? $10,000    WON'T
BUY THEM.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS REGARDING BURRARD APPLY TO E. W. McLEAN, 501
PENDER   ST..   VANCOUER.
CONDITIONS OF CONTEST:
All you have to do Is to buy a package of LIGHTHOUSE SOAP (six bars for 25c) from any
grocer.
First:    Cut out the end of the package marked "DIRECTIONS."
Second:    Cut  out   the coupon which appears In thc  Daily News every morning.
Third: Paste the two together and fill In your name and address (write plainly) and deposit
it in the Sealed Ballot Box provided for the purpose at H. Ryall's Drug Store, corner of Columbia  street and   Lorne street.
IF THIS IS NOT CONVENIENT, SEND SAME ADDRESSE
LIMITED, P. O. BOX 1057, VANCOUVER, B. C, AND MARK IN
HOUSE   SOAP   COMPETITION."
THE BALLOT BOX    WILL BE OPENED BY A COMMITT
ON   SATURDAY    EVENING,    JANUARY   29,  ON   WHICH   DAY
DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE  IN  ONE  OF THE  LARGE  HAL
DULY  ADVERTISED.
SPECIAL NOTICE���WE ARE NOT GIVING AWAY THES
OBJECT IN VIEW. WE WANT YOU TO GIVE LIGHTHOUSE
CORDING TO DIRECTIONS, OR ANY OLD WAY. WHEN W
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WE EXPECTED THE PUBLIC TO CAREF
WE SOON FOUND, HOWEVER, THAT PEOPLE PREFERRED
SO  WE  JUST  HAD TO CHANGE   OUR   FORMULA  TO   SUIT  C
NO   EMPLOYEE   OF THE WESTERN SOAP COMPANY,
LIGHTHOUSE    SOAP, WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
IF WE DID NOT KNOW THAT LIGHTHOUSE SOAP WO
SPEND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS ADVERTISING IT IN THIS
ASK YOUR GROCER   GROCER   ABOUT   IT.
D TO WESTERN SOAP COMPANY,
CORNER   OF   ENVELOPE, "LIGHT-
EE SELECTED BY YOURSELVES
THE COMPETITION CLOSES. THE
LS IN THIS CITY WHICH WILL BE
E LOTS FOR FUN���WE HAVE AN
SOAP A FAIR TRIAL:   USE IT AC-
E      STARTED      MANUFACTURING
ULLY FOLLOW OUR DIRECTIONS;
TO   WASH   IN   THEIR   OWN   WAY,
ONDITIONS.
LIMITED,     WHO      MANUFACTURE
LIGHTHOUSE SOAP COUPON.
This coupon must be pasted on the end
(marked "Directions") of a package of Lighthouse Soap to be valid.
Name	
Address	
(Dally News Pub. Co., Ltd.)
ULD      SUIT    YOU,    WOULD      WE
MANNERT
REMEMBER THIS:
Lighthouse  Soap  Makes
Light Housework.
IMPORTANT ���Both the coupon
which appears In the Dally News every morning and the end of the package of Lighthouse Soap are necessary.
So get the News every day and buy
Lighthouse Soap early and often.
YOU CAN 8END IN A8 MANY COUPONS A8 YOU WISH.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daily News
Publls-K-} by Tne Dally .News Pu..lisri-
Ies Company, Liir;::f d. at their offices
Tbe Dally N'ews r.lock, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. paige Managing  Director
Ich, howtrer, serves to show l conduct    affairs so prosperously and
l"'''' __________________________________________________________m
that in the makinp of N'ew Westmin
ster Mayor Keary has played an active part. We hope to say something in regard to the outlook for the
future/ on another occasion.
MILD   TORY   ASSERTIONS.
Mr. J. K. Armstrong, Conservative
M.  P.  for East    Lamhton,      	
oudly    lamenting    that   the  agricul-1 h;is      "e*
SATURDAY,   DECEMBER   4,   1909.
wisely that they would not only Increase the expenditure hut hoist the
revenue to the $100,000,000 mark?
Again, Mr.    Armstrong    says, "the
debt   is   increasing,     $30,000,000   last
:���-(���;���.;��� and again    this    year.      Where
j has the   money    been oging?"     Mr.
| Armstrong has signally failed in his
^^^^    ; duty  as  a  member  of   Parliament  if
bas been ; ^ ^oe& not j<now where every dollar
Not a cent is paid untl
is properly spent, and
ent of tlie people.
spent with the
SATURDAY,   DECEMBp,
- -: '   '���   iu
WAIT AND WATCH.
THE CITY'S PAST.
ed in the House of Commons. Speaking at West    Middlesex    a few days
  I ago,    Mr.    Armstrong    declared that
What the citizens of N'ew Westmin- there were only twenty farmers in
ster have to consider in making their thf. House. In the first place, Mr.
choice of Mayor for the ensuing year Armstrong is wrong in his figures.
ies, who will best serve the interest;. A<<'ording to the sworn statements
or the city? This choice can only he- Qled .A.ith th? clerk of th,. court in
wisely exercised by taking a view chancery, there an- 28 farmers in the
of the whole fleld of municipal af- House, and ihis does not include sev-
fairs, because it is not wholly with j eral who may have bee ndeslgnated
tural Interests of    the Dominion are i,. _ ...
, ..... ! u has Passed the scrutiny of the audi-
not properly or sufficient v represent- i     ,  ,���_.      .        , /,,     ue
rd in tL ur.,,.,    nr c- _.      i   I tor-Beneral, and every  dollar expend-
ed is first voted by    Parliament, and
tho things of today par se thai we
are concerned, but those Ot the future and their connection with the
past.      For  this   purpose  it   will   be
well to On ' glsinc<   ovi sl di -
cad', a period which, hy the way, i-
almost coterminous with the occupancy of the Chlel Magistrate's chaii
hy Mayoi Keary; and then to take
an outlook over the future as iu"!|-
enced by the circumstances ol today.
and their ultimate result.
Ten years ago then    the city was
just beginning to be recreated oui ol
the ashes of the disastrous Are. Necessarily financial conditions were anything  but  brighl   and    prospects  not
altogether encouraging.      Bul  whilst
there  svere somo who    were despondent ther were many  strong in the
faith that   all would   soon be    well
again.     The cheerful spiril of the h'1-
tor gradually communicated Us.'If to
the general body of citizens so thai
.ere the conflagration  was a thing ol
a   year   practically   everj  one   was
bending a hack to the toil 61 reconstruction,  either physically,  commercially or morally, as and  how  they
might be p-Utlcularl.) concerned. Tbe
financial  strain    engenri ired    by the
fire was the most serious difficulty to
be overcome,    how. ver,    and  it  was
only slowly thai  affairs in this direction became righted.    The citj treasury suffered severely at this jun I in
and when Mayor Keary took ovei thi
reins of    managi mi nl  In  1902 there
was a deflcll  ..i some forty-flve thou-
j>and doll       to rei    >n  with.      l.a n
it was thai a st:oug man ������"
ly ne ided ami.    foi tunatelj    fo
city, such a i i i   ..
the person of Mayor Keary. Hi took
thi ��� ��� nei sllke and straightfoi wai ���
cou.' nding    the ��� ai I;
ment of all the tax is in arrears, these
amountin        > no   lesi ninetj
thousand dolla
of this and diffi
cult ... eded in i'i
ing  the i
bum to tl     crei
it ������������     no   vei    long thai
New Westminsti i waa
danger ol losing all possibility of con-
control over the \ory valuable water
ti'ii-.i "ie the i-'ta.-. r.     From time '
tiuu    Koi'    i.e.i been made to secur��
this to the city,  but these had hith-
1 to failed.     i; u  Mayoi   Keary took
the matter in hand and by hia deter-
ruination, energy and excellent dlplo
macj    succeeded iR overcoming   the
pow-rfiii corporate Interests thai had
been permitted to obtain a hold upon
the river hank    ami  the    claims and
prejudices   of   a strong governmenl
departm mt The resull  was thai  Ihis
most    valuable   material    possession
was secured  to  the city for all   time.
Now it was thai New Westminster
began to show virile signs Of progress
and   growth,   and    necessarily fresb
n-'eds became   apparent.     Improved
means of communication was one of
the  thin ta  of which  the city  stood
badly    in    need.     In    this    respeel
Mayor Keary again stood to the fore
a'"1  by i..., aim  .;  unceasing efforts
has Becured the construction of local
and disirial,   .-ar    Un aa    which have
proved of the grer-tesl value and convenience to the   citizens,     To   this
same good Influence the people of tb
distriet owe the establishment oi that
admirable and most useful institution,
tlie  Royal    Columbian    Hospital, as
well as the efldowrn mt   of   a puhlic
library.
Ko steady and certain was the
growth and development of tlu- Koyal
City during the past eight years, that
it became Imperative something
should he done to Improve IIh male-
rial aspect. Thanks to the wise and
careful administration ol the council,
under tho able guidance of our respected  mayor, the financial  Standing.
of N'ew Westminster had heen made |
thoroughly  sound  und  good,  so  that
it was possible    to enter    upon  Im-
prov 'inent works on (juite a generous
escale.      To lhe planning of these Improvements and the provision of the
accessary means a vast   amount of
care and  lime  has  been   devoted  hy
the City Fathers and their admirable |
hftad.      These works are now in pro-
gross,  as  every    citlz n   knows,  and
tlu'y will result In a thorough transformation of the aspect of our city.
This is a brief review of the near
3  following other occupations,  who
- > practical fa.
Mr. Armstrong sa.     ;:.       are 600,-
igriculturalists   In    Canada, and
i  erefore they are no    lu ��� repi esent-
ed.      Mr. Armstrong   i h - ild  n .
her that, assuming the  population of   dorsed the projeel and
at a repre-   building of the road.      Therefore ev-
Mr. Armstrong himself voted to expend every dollar of the money.
Conservative members either fail to
read important public documents or
thej wilfully deceive the people before whom they appear .
Mr. Armstrong well knows that
every dollar borrowed last year and
this year went first to pay ofl Conservative debts Incurred yean ago and
then into the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway, a project upon which Sir
Wilfrid Laurier said h ��� would "sland
or fall" according to the will of tbe
people; and in    1904    ilia people en-
ea' [zed thi
Only  81   days  before  the tolls  are
I fi om i ���   New Westminster
le F. J. MacKenzh 's pledge.
-:   days  to  wait    bi-fore  the
New    Wi bI oil I.ridge    will    be
, al  nighl   vide F. J. MacKen-
pledge,
Pictures For Toronto.
I. i        .   Dec.  :;.���The   lion.   Kodol-
;��� ��� and Mi. Gi orge E. Good-
. i bam, i t  ���  ronto, ai ���  going to Pai is
. .   the loan ot an exhibit of
ttcb   pictures    from    tbe    French
Govei nn 'tit  for the Toi  v.. Exhlbl-
li n in 1910.
Tin- mail of Dr. On   thi   managi r
of  the  exhibit ien.  today   brought   60 i
letters,  a  great   many  of them  from I
British   manufacturers   .seeking  interviews regarding  Ca tra le, and
others  asking  for  Information  aboul
���  ���  ��� xhlbition.
Vote for  Keary and  prosperity.
Suggestions
For Christmas
HUNDREDS   OF   GIFTS   ARE  HERE, READY fop r
THE   LARGEST,   THE   MOST   COMPREHENSIVE  ANr
ATTRACTIVE   SHOWING   IN    NEW WESTMINSTER E M��S1
SOME  HINTS:
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ROCKERS,   MORRIS  CHAiRS,   LADIES'    SECRET^
DINIERES. TEA SETS, ETC. """
NOW   IS THE TIME TO  BUY.        GETTING     FIRST
AND  WE  WILL   DELIVER   FOR   YOU,   AT   ANY E
ADDRESS. -'..
We Aim to Satisfy,
Canada to be 6,500,000, t
mutation of 20 for 600,000 would
leave 200 men to represent the remaining ���'.! ,000, wliich  would maki
the representation abo it equal. However, the farmers ari evi n better o I
than this, for the 60 1,000 agriculturalists are represented by 2_ men in
the House, leaving only 192 nun of
other occupations to represenl 5,900,-
00 persons.
it does seem strange thai Conservative argument on even small matters .1" nol agree with the facts. Even
in this regard the farmers of West
Middlesex are being misinformed by I
Conservative platform speakers dm- j
ing a campaign when the honest plan
would be to tell the truth. Mr.
Armstrong in his owa election petition filed wiih the clerk of the
crown in Chancery describes himself
as a farmer.
The electors of West Middlesex
were also treated to the same old
story a I.out expenditure having increased  from  $42, ,000  to $130,000,-
000. What ahout the revenue? Has
the revenue declined or has it been
larger than formerly?
Do the Conservatives think this is
the   same Canada they experimented
with for   Igi teen ; ��� ars ; rio   to i *'";''
Do they imagine that   Canada todaj
.   - ' ivler    expenditure    than in
an I ;. revi nu    thi   -   .
'.-'.'        Thes-     politil
on   the   facl   that   the  ���   ������
2 eti   in   1596,  and 1 i
stantly   compare   the    ixpendituri   of
with  the  revenue   o|   tie,
ye .rs a-.'j.
in 1896 the revenue �� ,i i
and the deflcll %', 10,0 ������ I'm- the
pn b in) flsc il year the revenue will
be nearly .b- and there will
be a surplus betwi en $12, ,000 and
yy.. ,000.
When comparing the expenditures
of today with those of 1896, they
should also Bhow that the revenue
has Increased In proportion.
I'mler Intelligent Libera] administration the country has prospered and
crown larger, commerce has expanded, and the nation s business is many
times what ii was In 1896.
Iiid the Conservatives expect thai
the country would stand still at the
figures of IM'.;'.'
Was it anticipated that Canada
would  never grow larger?
Was the sum oi $36,000,000 to be
the acme of Dominion rev >nue for all
time?
Was it expected that Ihere would
always be a deficit over and above
running expenses?
Did the Conservatives contemplate
thai   the  Liberal  Government   would
ery dollar expended    upon  this  road
TENDERS.
Tenders for kalsoi and painting the  Boys' Central  S hool d .
i  i "- i Istmas  hosidaj a. For  pi "*���
culars apply to    P. Pei i     620 Columbia rstreet.
L E EJS Furniture Emporium
____4   _i_.e   ��_____      k-/ Le;'s Block. Columbl
XEW WESTMINSTER, ;;. r
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MOREY'S, 665 Columbia Street
Ho! Ho! Ho!
Here we are again with a
bumper stock of
Holiday
Goods
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AS CARDS "
We  h.tve  just  received  a  very   great   range   of   XMAS   CAB
the very best publishers.      You   had better make you
while the assortment is complete.       It   will   not   cost   "ou
and you  can  gam  a  great advantage by doing your t ..
Our  selection   is   beyond  comparison  in  the  city.
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TODHUNTER & BURR
Successors to J. J.  MACKAY & CO.
in Toy.-, Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Leather Goods, Calendars,
Cards, Pictures, Crockery,
China, Glassware and NOVELTIES of every description. Twenty.three Years' Experience in thi^ particular
trade means something. Jt
shows up in our .*. ck. C me
and see if.
We do Furnace Work.
We make Smokestacks.
We make Eavetrough and Conductor Pipes.
We repair Heating Stoves.     I
We do all kinds of Tinsmithing
work.
MOREY'S, S85 Columbia Street
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The Royal Cafe
is now under NEW MANAGEMENT
and is giving the best meals with the
most   prompt   service   in   the   city.
Our 25c Lunch (11:S0 to 2) and 35c
Dinner (5 to 8) are becoming popular.   Short orders at all hours at
reasonable prices.
Kfc.New Westminster, B.C
A HOME FOR $1500
$60 DOWN AND THE BALANCE IN MONTHLY PAY-
MENTS OF $15 WILL GIVE YOU A SNUG LITTLE
HOME AND NICE LOT CLOSE TO THE SIXTH ST.
CAR LINE. THIS IS A SNAP AND WILL BE TAKEN
UP QUICKLY. SO DO NOT DELAY IF YOU WANT A
HOUSE  ON SUCH   EASY  TERMS.
WE ALSO   HAVE A   SEVEN   ROOM   HOUSE   CLOSE
TO THE CAR LINE  FOR $1800 ON  EASY PAYMENTS.
Dominion Trust Block, Opp. Po8toffice.
J.   P.  CASH,  Proprietor.
HEADQUARTERS
CLAUS IS AT
"GET THE HABIT
FOR SANTA
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for casb and sell for the same
White, Shiles&Co
G28 Columbia St,, New Westminster.
���'Advertise   in   The    News.
Special Today
Olympic Heights Lots for
$170
interestD��ThLS d��Wn .n(? Ten Dollars Per month, no
a'atiecSK^,s on the new cut-off of ^
All kinds of securities purchased.
Odd   bits  of
to 75c each,
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, LID      HALE BROS. & CO
COR      ftftl   III..   ' efcia/, II
COR. COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STS
List your property with Hale Bros.
& Co. for QUICK  SALES.    We
handle all kinds of  farm  lands,
house properties, etc.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.    *"
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GORDON'S
Big Dry
Santa  Claus  Dolls  Millinery
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Opening Today
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W ery little girl should see our display  >f Doll Pattern Hats.  Special j
* '   ' price 35c
DON'T MISS SEEING THESE.
1 he Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
BEST   POR TMI;    EVES j
for thi    mom       and bi iI I p. '&
This v -. E-TO-FIT |
I   -������ ���     Let    ���  personally toll you more about it. _t
tounse and Jury
Clash at Inquest
	
._ rrom Pa..,  OneO
a M,    an,I     going    OUI   toi*
������   iia   ,1 a in,   ol   the  track
Mun traffic might be resumed
flispatcli       tia gave orders
i   to taki   ihe     debris well
tin   sceni  "i the wreck to
H     then  lefi   bit    men  to
oadmaster In moving tl"'
i   thi   balance ol tUe wreck
foi   town      tu   bad the
''     Q_,     j,,     Hl'lll'l       Ill.l       tfl     &-**
t<   .lean   Mn   trach
v.    \\    SteWarl  asked re-
dlsappearance of the "'���'
In   Bal car, which, he said,
e   [iad been unable to And
,; '   tin     viewed nu  car.     Mr. Pe-
i    ould >-'ivc no information
fin'ning   the   Debris.
i   stati i   tha   the reason
In    li    Imi        ei   ordw   u   I u 'n the
1  I) I lial   be luni I"1''!   :''>  loui
ilea       ee,     track    and    had  uol
iea    the debris would be '"
ii ie.   coroner's Jury.      Tin   i��v
preseni   and    be  expected
i     an thing    <n-    beini   done
h      wo ��� oi   the wo ���'���
ee    neai     VIcNab    Interrogated the
'.    nes    with    referenc<    to   thi   con
a    ae a     al     ,,        |���      '.,a,a.ael.     i Witch,    Mr.
i'e'  ��� 'sei   thoughl  th    - witch could ���'���'
a a      ii a.   b<  would necessitate
a  thl i i     paralleling   the main
iinr . ,   .���:.     v :,..    fe,     ...    .,     hi
-. ted    ih''    witness;   in
rohnston, 1 houj I   act
na :���   a. ���       unde   o 'd< i   f 'on   Road-
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a hi   traffic superin-
... min. .     ii terur-
a ���.��� 'eck about
��������� ra       Tin'    wreck    wa.   being
ed av He staye      her
.     a I        The    freighl    train, ho
said, had ample time to reach Nanal-
, ���.      :   pi a longer Ber-
Optica!  Parlor
Dominion  Trust 1 W.    F.    TATE.
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NOTICE.
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Xmas Fancy Goods
NEW DESIGNS IN CUSHION TCPS. CENTRES. DOYLIES. TOWEL OR TIE RACKS. WORK BAGS, FANCY
RK   APRONS,  COLLARS.        JABOTS. HANDKER
CHIEFS.  ETC..  ETC.
F   YOU   ARE   WANTING SOMETHING TO EMBROIDER
.��    HAVE    IT.
KEARY'S
TURE.
CANDIDA-
THE VVHiTE rJOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
617    Columbia   Street.
We beg to notify the elector
of the City of New Wesi l
ster that permanent committee rooms have been engaged
in the Dupont bock direct ]
above " The Fair" store, Columbia st
These  rooms will  be ooen  un
til after the c,t-ction and every
ted to visit
the roomi e, and any
I     . .        em th*
mittee    will   be    greatly  appre-
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DAVID   DOI     ���
ADAM  JOHNSTON,
For the Comn
���beu    ���_______%_______;..-:r'
_*.-���   . ������:. !��w-
vifc commenced. Thej had 40 "'In-
nlon, ih iim, tnle-ei. should not h��v<'
been raon than 20 minutes and the
car should have been In the switch
insiei.  o       minutes
.lur man Brown gusBtloned the Utiles, regardlni an essay, written '>>
the lati Conductoi Johnston, one (>|
the victims oi thi managemeni ol
the branch. Mr. Johnston received
a $2i ������ ia to iu, . ff0 . i wai
said thai in ll a number of BUgges
tions were madi fo betterment of |
the system
Three Men Sufficient.
Mr  Dunlop considered thai it three-
uu -i-i-   \ ,-  sufficien   to handle a
train on thi electrii line. Hi stated
thai 13 minutes wai the Bcheduled
passengei time from . ancou vei to
Oedal Cottage, He admitted thai
owiin ', improvementi being mad?
in Vancouvei cltj. and ti othe ��� "'"
es, thi running schedule had been
conBlde abl    exceeded,
A juryman asked It' th ��� accident
would have been avoided had thi
Olausei ol the standard rules been
enfoi ced,  whicl   p i   Idi i   fo    i    flag
i '    -    '   '���-,   ���   mih   \ i wltcl
in> i ea i, .in, ,i, wii' on tin main
Une '��ie Dunloi replied tha thi
ca mighl have been run oil al Ceda
Cottag i ��� ; ch p ��� Ided tin flagmai
hud iiae, i, gei there befo tin ac
cldeni occurred,
Georgi   Shelton   ca    ro emai   o   thi
I    ���    R., had examined tin  coupllni
h    bo    am   Hi      ca     am   found
them botl   good      H-   _���   ���.   b< i
formation to thi |u respec Ini hi
manne o loadin ca ��������� oi In I' P.
Ft.     Mi   Sheltoi Btated thai thi
ter I'm     '��� ulldi        ��� bboi    rulei
called    for    12  Inchei    clea   o       In
!,,���;.! .       i      , lameron   loadei    o    fhi
Ral  Portage mill,    pr tated
In   Hia. .,���������,, ���������.   .. .   i   inchei
Juryman Stewa '     remarked
e ia    und     l hesi     c 'ci     tances the
:, i i isman  waa    handicapped  in  Kf'f-
iim   the  brakt   di   thi   rtmawa:   ca
tt was decided to recall tfr. Cameron
���   ee.   his statement.      Mr.  Shel
      thai  a    coupling    prdperlj
mi !01    Id     '''ee     b  ������"���l      'ee'.,a       e ,   .      Ui.-U.
���    a:,     [illlli.fl
-    .'.el j    I " ea, mOtOT"
on the train th     .������....���������
He    corroborated
. .   ci   o    Brakesman   Burrows.      He
thi   si. na]  Bo -ii:,r.  and  had
pulled aboul  a hi     oi     engtl   when
he fell  th? wel|      ���    <���   ofl       Jnmp-
otor he saw the conducted    pul   a  pieci   01   "/ond  In  front
Sealed Tenders
For the Purchase of Plumber's Stock,.
Tenders  for  I       i a      -,   ol    tbe
Plumbing
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MP. Stock a ���
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.    i on v
they       irchasi
may be seen on
wan
Co., and invi d fii
  or a        ���   ���������
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CHAMB1
347 Pender st., Vsncouvor, B.C.
W. E. FALES
offers you exceptional bargains TODAY
in House Furnishings, from basement
to attic.   Before purchasing elsewhere
see
The Leading Furniture House
612-618 Agnes Street, Opp, Public Library
Undertaking   in   a I'I   Its   Branches
In   moving  Bai  car.     'Then    the
conductor    shouted    to    Him to  >'���"
ale,.a    ,        ������>���,        I.I, Ma       WlllHfl<'. MC-
i lonougl obi ��� and blowing tbe
wliistl ��� wenl ���'��� i ���' cl,'Viin up the
brakesman on hi ��� a i the place
where he had jumped. From Bur
thej learned I hi hi lumber
eai had mei I hi passenger. Th -
men on the motoi wenl down '< I
���cene    and    assisted ln    tin   'escui
���work.     Mr, Petersen ord sred Min tb
pul the bos car In the Bldlni   am   I
refused.     Later the three men were
taken to    Vancouver    by two d ited-
lives.
The inifiiest then adjonrtirvi.
Vote for Keary and you vote for
thr man who has helped to make the
exhibition. New Westminster's greatest asset.
Every housewife   wbo uses flour must be
Interested  in  ROBIN   HOOD "the flour that
is different."
V ti hear it makes a bigger loaf, that the loaf is
sweeter-flav< red, more nutritious, more easily
assimilated than bread made with oiher flours.
We can tell ycu wh^  ROBIN HOOD Flour
���      hat 1 ind of al        but what ought to interest you n<       :*an "why it does" is that "it does."
You can    rove what we say as true at no risk of
loss io yo; r ':lf.
It is lai    ty a matter ol making up your mind to
kat< he van Flour Mills
Co., Ltd. ,
M:        Jaw   -   -   Sask.
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Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months. These lots are conveniently
situated and are bound to increase
in value. Acreage adjoining these
lots is held at higher prices.
McQuarrie & Co.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
PRONT   STREET.
W. RICH
Teaming' and  Ex-
"Mfplnioy    Soap l= Mlieghttully rp-
freshltta tor bath or toilet. Foi  washing uiHlPii'lotlilng    lt    19    nnpqua.t ..\.
I finalises   and   piniflPS:
pressing.
DEALER  IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R^i
First Arrival of
New Fall Goods
rn ;iii the latest shades and fashions
Just opened out, Jfoo'll be delighted
to Me them.
J. N. Aifhlson.MerchaiitTailor
COLUMBIA STREET.
F7"""""""' tttr���^**~+~��"*"?
Keep Your House Warm j
Steam Heat With Gas Fuel X
GAS-HEATED STEAM RADIATOKb. ,
t JAMES & McCLUGHAN \
X GOOD  SECOND-HAND     COOK   STOVES  FOR  SALE CHEAP,     f
tTrust Block, Pront St., Nw^fffffmmTT
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Jackson Printing
Company
have finished Installing their
new plant in the new Thomson
block, Market square, and are
now prepared to execute all
orders promptly. They have
put in an up-to-date cylinder
press (the first in the city) for
doing the finest half-tone work
in black and colors, ��* well as
the better grades 6f commercial
work.     TELEPHONE 388.
It Pays
You
TO VISIT US WHEN IN NEED
OF A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.
WE HAVE HAD NEARLY THIR
TY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
FITTING AND ARE IN A POSI
TION TO GIVE YOU ENTIRE
SATISFACTION AT PRICES
LOWER THAN OTHERS. WE
MAKE NO CHARGE FOR TEST
ING.
IWE SOLICIT YOUR
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
TELEPHfM,TaXGRAPH*MAIL 0RDEB5!
FOR
INSURANCE
All kiri'ls of insurance written at the lowest possible rates in strong independent Canadian and
British companies only.
We are general agents for some of the best fire,
life, accident, live stock and employers' liability companies doing business, and can bind a risk without a
moment's delay.
Place your insurance in an oflice that makes insurance its principal business, and be sure that it is
attended to promptly.
ALFRED    W.   IVIcLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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WATER   NOTICE.
Society
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
plication will be made under Part V.
of the "Watei Act, V"-:-" I i obtain
a license in the Westminster Division
of  Westminster  District.
(a). The name, address and occupation of the applicant is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
its head office at the city of Vancou-
ver, British Columbia, and :
capital of $2,500,000 divided into 2.-
500,001 shi es ot |1.00 each, all fully
paid  up.
'i.e.   The name of the la i . sti
oi   si;i:iT.   is  Suicide  Creek,  flowing
into the Nlcomen S tn Dewdney
let,   aboul    three   and   oni ���
miles easl of D w di ��� j .-tation on the
C       lian Paclflc Railway.
(c).   'I: ��"'    point    of    diversion  is
i i-  (  ihi!���.-  uj   S ill i'i ���  bn ek
from thi   point where Suicide Cn i.-.
Intersects  with the Canadian Paclflc
Railway.
idi. The quantity of water applied
for 55 cubic feet per second.
if),   The character ol the proposed   Mr. Clarence M. Marpole.
works is the diversion of sai.l creek ���    *    ���
by means of dam, ditch, flume, natur- Mrs. J. Cunningham Brown enteral waterways, tunnels and pipes .and tained on Wednesday afternoon and
tJie establishment In connection : Froday evening in honor of her houses,
therewith of a water power plant for guestB, the Rev. g. li. and .Mrs. King,
who   will   leave  on   Wednesday    for
.Mrs. Hamilton T. Tovey oi Vancouver was the guest ol -Mrs.. Henry
L. l-.dmonds on Ft iday.
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Miss   Georgenia    Wilkie.   who    is
teaching   at   Hazelmere,   B.C.,   spent
last week  with  her parents Mr. and
Mrs.  Otway J. J.   Wilkie.
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Miss   Taylor,   who   has   been   visiting with her Aunt Mrs. ii. .1. A. Buin-i
ett  for  the past  fortnight,  went  to!
\ ancouver   where  she   will   spend  a
few   weeks,   before   leaving  lor  her
home in Manitoba.
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Mrs. Thomas Scouller was the hostess at a delightful little tea on Tuesday given in honor of .Mis. G. li. King
of Indore, Centra! India.
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry __,. Edmonds,
and Mr. Walter P. Edmonds, of Vancouver are leaving the first of the
week for Kamloops, where they will
visit Mr. and Mis. Humphry Edmonds
and Savonas    where they    will  visit
the generation of electricity for mechanical, Industrial ami commercial
porpoeses and particularly in the operation of motors, machinery, electric
lighting,   the  operation   of  tramways
Brandon,   Manitoba   before   going   to
their home in Indore, Centra] India.
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Mrs. A. Allan Merc r, of Coqultlam,
and other works for which such light, was tjie guc.st 0I Miss Eastman dur-
heat  and  power,    are    suitable    and ��� jng t))e weejj_
available.     The    premises on which;
the water Is to be used is a power
house to be constructed in Township
Twenty-one   (21),   Dewdney   district,
about two  miles north  of the  Canadian  Pacific    Railwav,    n*ar Suicide
Creek.
Mrs.  John  A.   Lee,   Third   Avenue,
will not receive den ing December.
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Mrs. J.  B.  Hawkshaw wil] receive
on Monday next, December the Sixth,
at  her  residence  217  Fifth    Avenue.
igi.    The  purposes  for  which   the  from ,)im, 0'ciock to five-thirty.  Mr.
water is to be   used   is to generate \m_ Mrs   Hawkshaw will be at home
electric power,    light    and heat for the same evening from eight o'clock,
traction, lighting,    heating, manufac- *   *   .
turing and all and every industrial \ Mrs T K pearson, Roya] Avenue,
or other purposes to which it may be | wijl no, receive until the first Thurs-
applied.
iii. If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe
thi place where the water is to he
!'��� "lined t'i some natural channel, anil
the difference in altitude between
point of <:i' ��� rsi n and point of re-
i . The water will be returned to
tl      ii I ol Suicide Ci-,--     at oi  near
day in January.
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.Mrs. R. T. F. Granger ,from Van-
car, er, was a visitor in the city dur-
ii the weak, the guest of Mrs. Rich-
ai d Rees.
Mrs. Arthur Herring and Mis.- Her-
ring   left   last   Saturday   for   Salmon
';; !  ^l'1'":;;..,1";'/""'*!':.;/  Arm,   where    they   will    spend    the
Christmas season. Mrs. Herring wlll
not receive until tin first Thursdaj
in January.
difference  in   altitude   being  approxi-
mati lj six hundred f< et.
i.i i. Area of Crown land intended
to be occupied by the proposed works
will not e:      d 90 i acn s inclusive of
TO   BUY   THE   OTHER
FELLOW
THE BEST HAT,
SUIT OR OVERCOAT
in the city? If you have
be a good loser, send or
bring him to the store that
can supply the goods and
make him look like a real
winner.
DON'T GET SORE
because you did not win.
Bring him right along and
buy  one  of our
$4, $5 or $6 Hats
$15, $20 or P Suits
$15, $18 or ��25 Overcoats.
You'll feel better satisfied
with yourself when you see
how well he looks in the
swell styles we are showing.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured   by
J. HENLEY
NEW    WESTMINSTER,    B.    _.
Telephone  13. Office.  Eighth   St.
743
FRONT  STREET
1- the place to buy or sell new and
���second-hand goods of any kind. We
have Dearly
IOO DOZEN JELLY JARS
which we are offering for 40c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
: Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't begin to tt.ll you all w<
have, but no matter what you want
come here tir;-t.
Y'Yim
Y.
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,Roof of your house or
barn gone ba   on you?
No wond��
hew cio i " "'����,
��� iberoid
���Mind
��� makes
Roofing.
it.,,
will   ���
heat, cold, '
no differen
It     is     Y. .
j sibling.
W'�� not i
Most l ������ .     '   ,
nop,' "WBH
Cull or a ���
samples and pru.
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PtrticuUn,
Alex. Speck |T. J- TRAPP ICCH
Model Sign WorJ
SECOND ��� HAND    STORE.
! Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel.
CITY  ELECTIONS.
storage of watei-.
nol Ice  w as   posti d  on
the 3rd da)  'ei' Noven bei, in   i, and
Last Friday a quiet wedding took
place at Christ church, when Miss
Eleanor Bell Riddel of Belfast, Ire-
lend, was married to Mr. Vivian
Hertiey Church Abbott, son of Arch-
���   wI" ''. ' ' !,   '    '/ r"n|-  deacon Abbott of   County   Monghan
ml the 1       e|-    ol  Dei
Ireland. The ceremony was performed
by the Hev. C. C. Owen.      The bride,
who was given away by  Mr. G. Mon-  |
trerat, was attended    by Miss Alicia
Hare,  while  Mr.   Robert  Plean  acti d
ns 'nest man.
Mrs. .Ino. Wilson and Miss Wilson
h
ill.   i    .  ��� ���    ���   ���,, 3   nd addn
l ���     '      ; -   ea
to be al proposed '���'��� orks
eit e   or   1 the outlet.
E
- ��������� i    The part  oi    the    Met
_ of the Company, ��   ��ttaw�� !l,,'f' V':" K""s's 'n this citj
whlcl ���      ��� ��� .   "'   ;'';p- Uuzh GordoD and Mrs- L. A
<- ' follows:   I Lewls'
wliich   thi
C to ������'���'hich !      Investigates   Conditions   in   East.
restricted      ,,,,.,-.    ,,       ,,     _.��� ., ., . ������
berlln,  Dec.  3.���Dr.   von   Ilolleben, .
former German ambassador at Washington, has Just  left  here on a semi-j
al   Journey   ol   investigation    in J
the Far Fast.    He i.s to be gone six;
months and   may  return   by  way  of
the  I'nited States,  which  he has' not ,
revisited   since   his   retirement   from
the diplomatic service in 1902.
Von Ilolleben. whose activity for
the last Beven years has been devoted to the affairs of the German Colonial Association���an influential and
body dealing w-lth
g projects abroad���
for the operaiitg of motors, machin-1TU1 visit Ceylon, India, China, and
ery or electric lighting or other \Jfp^' ""^make a caretul inspection
works, or to he supplied by the Com-l?f. flourishing colony  of
pany tr, consumers for heating or as
CO.
The Store For
Proper Clothes For Men
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
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���tri'- ��� ���.'.  ���      an ! wa
ter   ; e|
water oi
records or water privileges for.
��� n ti acting, i perating and main-
taining   electric   works,   power   hous-
��� ��� rating plant  and such other
tnces and    conveniences as are
necessary and proper Cor the gener-
atlng of electricity or electric power,
or any other form of developed power, and for transmitting the same to
be used by the company or by persons I """V
or companies contracting with the ?emi.governmenta
company therefor, as a motive power   ,J.''ma".'"1,i;"lzl"
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Notice is hereby given to the elec-
' tors of the City of New Westminster
' that 1 require the pri sence of the
said electors at the City Hall, on
Monday the Gth day of December,,
1909, at ll o'clock a.m., for the purpose of electing a Mayor and two
Seine.'! Trustees tor the year 1910,
and at 42 o'clock noon of the same
day, for the purpose of electing Beven
persoi    as Aldi rm< ��� for the said year
.'aln.
Thi  mode of nomination shall be as
follows:      Bach    candidate    shall be
ted In    writing;    the  writing
shall  be  s ubscribi d    by two ; ���
propi    er     - ���:     ��� COI ,\   ���:.   who  shall
i >: []y qualified < lectoi s aa | resi
dents in the city, an i such oomlnatio
��� ���      shall       contain     a     sta'' ment
��� ei by the person nominated that
���  consents to such nomination.
The nomination papers shall be de-
liven d to the Ri tu ning Office, at
any time between the date of this
notice and i in caae of the Mayor ainl
School Trustees) 12 noon of tli" 6th
daj ea iid. mber, 1909, or (in the i
ol Ah!' rmen > l o'clo k p.m. <n the
same day.
in tbe event of a poll being necessary, such poll will i"' opened on the
13th day of Hi cember, 1909, at 9
o'clock a.m., and Will remain opi ���
until 5 p.m. of the same daj at the
following placi a: Tb Council ( ' i
ber, City Hall; tbe Fire lh,b E
ton: ami the Watei works Stoiehou e,
at the coi ie r ol Qui bee and Eleventh
streets; of which every person is required i" take notice and go\ein himself accordingly.
Given under my hand at tha City
Hall, \ew Westminster, the 24th day
of November, 1909.
W. A, DUNCAN,
Returning Offlo r,
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAl|
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth StreJ
New Westminster,
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE   ME4Ts|
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THI
Central Meat Ma
Corner UfhtH St. ��na   ttfti Af.,j,|
PHONE   170.
��� OWELL e ODDr, Pro
r.cre��tcfi
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMi iNDS I
t-rs    and    solicitors    Wi ;l
Trust  Block,  Colui ' N-efl
Westminster.    \v. J   Whii I
L. Edinotids.
WADE,  WHF A Id, Kb' &   :��� 2:1
(F. C. Wade, K. C    ���. >T
G.   McQuarrie),     Si         rs, l.a:.i>|
ters, etc.,  12 Lome Btreel 'tl
courthouse.       X-             - ']
(Phone    143.      Vai -I
Hoi.nu   20   and   21,  Wl I
lng,  413 Cram ilie  -\    I
HastlnPg street.
GEORGE   F.   MARTIN   BARRlSTEBl
and Solicitor, (i -k. Co-1
lumbia and McKi nzii Sts., NefJ
Westminster, B. C.
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a motive power for propelling tramways, or for driving, hauling, lifting
pumping, llphtinK, crushing, Bmelting,
drilling and milling or for any other
operations to which it may be adapted
or to be used ru- supplied for In connection with any other purposes for
Which   electricity     or    electric  power
may be applied or required,
(g). For rendering water and
water power available for use. application ami distribution by erecting
dams, increasing the head of water in
any existing hod;,' of water, or extending the area thereof, diverting**the
waters of any Btream, pond or hike
Into any othei channel or channels,
laying or en cting any line or Hume,
plpi or w< Ir constructing any raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir, wheel.
building, or other erection or work
which may be required In connection
with the Improvement and use of the
said water cud waterpower or by ab
tei inn. renewing, extending, improving, repairing or maintaining any
such works, or an.v part thereof.
ud. The company applies for a license to store water. The place of
the proposed reservoir for storing the
said water is the land above the said
poini of diversion, to constitute a
reservoir with an area of ahout eight
hundred acres lo h> formed by the
utilization of the natural elevation of
the land  and  dams.
(0) The means hy which lt is proposed to store the water is by the
erection of all required dams and the
conservation of the waters falling upon the surrounding watershed.
(p). The area of the reservoir site
or sites at each foot in depth above
the outlet will be at zero ten acres,
and Increasing at the rate of about
five acres for each foot In depth.
(q). It is proposed to acquire the
land���which may be held by private
ownerR���by purchase or if necessary
bv expropriation.
(r).   The    acreage   feet     approximately intended to be Impounded wlll
be about 12,500 acre feet.
F. H. HOPE,
A. E. BECK,
Directors.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary, Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd., Incorporated 1898.
Kiau-Chou.    Van   Holleb m  is  not a
stranger in the Far East, having
served as German minister both in
Tokio and Pekin during the eighties
and nineties.
Suicide in Ottawa.
Ottawa, Dec. 3.���Charles Coursol,
22 years of age, and at one time a
member of Ottawa College football
team, shot himself in the right temple this morning, and died immediately. Ho was a former pupil of the
Royal   Military   Collage,   Kingston.
You  wil]  find  it to your advantage
tc arrange your hooking at this olilce
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
For dates of sailing and particulars
apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,4O0,0OO.OC
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, uvailable with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of |1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Dress Goods Specials
For   Friday  and   Saturday  Shoppers
These are a few odd lines and broken ranges which we want to move
off the shelves.   All are Seasonable Goods and sell in the regular way
at from 75c to $1.00 per yard.   Here is a Splendid Opportunity to procure a nice suit or dress-length at Extraordinary Bargains.
_t E��38DCTeC-'     ��� -}
ALL WOOL BENGALINE, a nice,
warm, dressy material which, made
uii. drapes very effectively; 40 inches
wide and may be had in black, navy,
saxeblue, brown, biscuit and grenat.
DIAGONAL SERGE, in black, navy,
hrown and cream, all wool and 40
inches wide.
PLAIN VENETIAN CLOTH, 38
Inches wide in black, navy, myrtle,
cardinal and brown.
PLAIN SATIN CLOTH, permanent
finish, -lu inches wide in black and
navy only.
FANCY WORSTED    SUITING, all
wool, In Inches wide, two-tone effect
in navy and laoah.
SELF STRIPED VENETIAN, 38
inch, good weight in black, naw and
grenat.
STRIPED SATIN CLOTH, 40 Inches wide in black, plum, grey and
brown.
88-INCH ALL WOOL CASHMERE,
very line- quality in a big range of
colors.
All these lines to be cleared on
Friday and Saturday, at per yard
GENTLEMEN!
You want something good in night
apparel to make you sleep in comfort
this cold weather. We have an ��"
tra heavy flannelette nighl shin.
large and roomy, well made and fi"
ished and splendid value at $1.50.
Special Price Friday and Saturday
only.
$1.00
The William Hunter Company, Ltd*
516-522 COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
M-b:  ' SATU
RDAV.   DECEMBER   4.   1309.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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itize
minster
The interests of the Royal City are your interests.   Protect your interests by returning on November 13th
MAYOR KEARY, the man New Westminster is proud of.
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All the best men in New Westminster, men who are intimately acquainted with the history of the Royal City and are familiar with its days of
prosperity and its times of adversity; men who witnessed its rise to a condition
of well-being, saw its sudden ruin and destruction by lire, and then have seen its
steady uprising and development out of the ashes of that disastrous event���all of
these have joined in a hearty invitation to Mayor Keary to again offer his valuable services to the community as their Chief Magistrate. This Mayor Keary has
kindly consented to do.
These men, who are closely connected with the commercial and general
interests of the city, extended this invitation because they were convinced that
it was necessary for the good of New Westminster that Mayor Keary should remain at the head of the city's municipal administration for the coming year
at least.
They recognized that at this time, when the Royal City is upon the
threshold of great and important developments, when she is entering upon an
era of greater prosperity than she has ever enjoyed, it was of the highest importance that the line of policy which has hitherto boen pursued, and which lias
brought her to her present high position, should not be varied or broken.
'. hey felt that the experience which Mayer Keary has gained, as well as
the splendid work which he has been able to accomplish during the past eight
years, waa of substantial value to the city at a time when the fruit of these labors was about to be borne.
To them it seemed that the future destiny of New Westminster depended
almost entirely upon the carrying forward to a successful issue duriug the coming
year of the efforts of the past.
To have the affairs of the city at so crucial a moment as this transferred to the direction of anyone who has not enjoyed the advantage of any experience in municipal affairs appealed to those who extended this invitation to
Mayor Keary as a danger that must be averted.
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IN MAYOR KEARY THE BEST MEN OF THE CITY HAVE THE GREATEST CONFIDENCE AND BELIEVE IT IS ONLY UNDER HIS WISE AND EXPERIENCED DIRECTION THAT
THE ENLIGHTENED POLICY OF THE COUNCIL CAN NOW BE SO SHAPED AS TO CULMINATE IN THE PROMOTION OF THE ROYAL CITY TO THE DIGNITY OF A GREAT RAILWAY
AND   COMMERCIAL   CENTRE   AND THE  NATIONAL  PORT OF    CANADA    ON   THE   PACIFIC
COAST.
AND THESE MEN, STRONG IN THE BELIEF THAT IT WILL BE IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT MAYOR KEARY SHOULD CONTINUE TO FILL THE
HIGH OFFICE WHICH HE HAS SO WORTHILY FILLED FOR EIGHT YEARS PAST, NOW
ASK THEIR FELLOW CITIZENS TO CONFIRM THEIR INVITATION BY SUPPORTING MAYOR
KEARY   AT  THE   FORTHCOMING   MAYORAL   ELECTION.
New Westminster with her present Mayor, is the envy of all municipalities throughout the Dominion of Can-
��� ada.    Keep New Westminster to the fore and
ote
Mayor
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,
Something
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WE     HAVE      JUST
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CEIVED   A   SHIPMENT   OF
IMPERIAL     CREAM,
AND
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ARE   SELLING   IT  FOR   10c
A   TIN.       THIS   IS  A
NEW
LINE   WITH   US,  AND   WE
WANT   IT   TO   BE   A
NEW
LINE   WITH   YOU.
REMEMBER   THAT
ALL
GOODS     WELL      BOUGHT
ARE   HALF SOLD.
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We have a full line of
Coal and Wood Heating
Stoves at right prices. See
them   before   you   purchase.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET
City News
For firrt-class cut  r.owers  and a'-.''
|  ���       f FlOrill ��   '-'.   .-��� = - ht:.-   L'-- ���
Greei      ise. R208
- ' ���   in a hurry to order 3
- P. Burns & Co. b  ..
lng in from :      ��� ���--'
A larg? addition is und-:  consti
Oon   to  'lie  recently  erectc-d   lu
ed in the yard? ol I
a]    City  Planing    Mills.      Thi
shed wi!! be 11" fei in length and
i b? used for the storage of the >
j ary mill output, for purposes of pi
������   tion from the weather.
Vote for  Keary and   New Westminster.
Order your  bulbs for  Spriaea  2
', ers now    from    Davies, Greer:'
! telephon"   .;_ v. 251-ti
Ring    up    Ly: ���    '; hi n-   R190,    22 ���
I Eleventh street, for live and dr. ss
i fowls at shortest noiice.
Come in and look
around. That is
what this store is
for.
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Fishing  on  the  river has  been  almost   entirely   suspended   during   '
past'week  on  account  of    the  in   ���
������������������������������   ment  weather, the exceptionally higl
state of the water, and pow?r of the
current.      A  few    salmon,    how> '. ���
have been brought in each day. sufficient to meet the local retail demand.
Talcum, Violet. Berated,
Flesh.
The finest, softest, sweetest
and best toilet powders for infants or adults.
I. A. MUIR _ CO.
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Piano  and   organ   tuning.
W.   E.
��� THE ���
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO.  ADASVtS,  Prop.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
BARGAIN
'Martin.  Mus.  Bac. 'phone LOlo. city.
Carnations galore at  Tidy's  florist
store,  T.'.T  Columbia    street.      Phone,
L184.
Vote  for    Keary and you    vote for
progress.
Dr.   J.   D.   Gamble,    optician,  is  at
'625 Columbia street, Room 13, every I
Friday.
Vote   for   Keary   and   safeguard   our ,
city.
The work on the? Columbia street i
improvements is being delayed a lit-
��� ��� by the hard frost, but steady pro
.������ -- is being made all the time. The
retaining wall is almost complet-d
and  it  i.s expected that the work of
��� ��� g the pavement will start in the.
course of a week or two.
Your box in a safety deposit  v
is a private affair. No one has a<   ���
ito it but yourself.      And  beside
- ife and that is a fuctor worth
thing I you. Then it
only a small sum to rent one of thesi
boxes, a surprisingly small sum. !���' '
us tell you about it. Dominion Ti isl
Co., Ltd.. T. ii. Pearson, mar.
New  Westminster branch. 228-4
The  steamer  Transfer  will  hereal
ter   leav,.   the   Brackman-K' r     wb
New Cottage on  large  lot. fronting   f(jr Ladr,,.r   Westham  ,,;,.,. aRj
on  wide  street, for  quick sale, $1500.   ;���:i.-.-,   at  2  u'clock  in  the after:,
easy terms. instead of at 3, as hertofore, retun lng
  lon  the  following morning.      On  Sat-
lurday she will make an extra r turn
trip arriving in the city i:, the evening. Trips will be made to Steveston as the busine.-.- warranl ������
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
LIST YOUR   PROPERTY  WITH
W. H. NF.SBITT I SON
Phone 596 650  COLUMBIA  ST.
MERR1THEW & RAMSAY
PLUMBING   AND
FURNACE WORK
A Practical School for        STEAM AND GAS
Practical People. FITTING
other  school  in   Canada-we       A,so General   Repairs
make no    exceptions���giveS    its stu-   pf.rnpr !?,'���.VitV. unrl Turnnrvnn
deni broad  and comprehen- corner Cjigninetnatamanon
sive  business   education,   such   abun- : Phnnp    ^^fi
&>.'.-  preparation foi   the eserious du-] niuiie   oov
ties of Iif'-.     i.s tin- best too good for
you.
Day  and   Night    School.      Call  or
Write for particulars.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
61 O Columbia Street
We Give Careful Attention
to aeCcounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
m'-<-t or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or opening n'-w accounts.
ir yen haven'l  a Savings Account,
NOW is the besl time to start one.
The Roya! Bank of Canada
(Incorporated l^fiO)
Paid up Capital Stock.   ...$ 4,914,000
Reserve Fund $5,614,000
Total  Assets    $61,046,000
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE.  Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'>mce 'Phon* 18b.      Barn 'Phone 13/
Columbia Street.
Haggage    delivered    promptly    to
any part ot the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Tlie condition of the obi bridge is
not considered safo for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
| caution.-d against hauling loads of
'any kind over It.
Persons  continuing  to do so after
finis notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  New  Westminster, July
23rd, 1909.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladlos from $12./5
OP-
Silver Watches, gents' open face
|6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
97.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and JUlgm
;Watch��s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Tux* door* hom  Geo. Adam*, Grocer
Th- wharf of the department ol
public works will soon be illuminated
at night by one or more powerful arc
lamps. The absence ol lighting lias
proved considerable detriment to th<
government vessels using the wharf
and slip in the past. On occasions
work i.s required to be done In thr-
evening and lighting becoim-s almost
repairs  are  required at short notice.
Vote     for     Keary     and
street's completion.
Columbia
Everybody welcome to tha hazaar
in old K. of l'. hall lover Curtis'
Btore), Friday and Saturday of this
week at :; p. in. Fancy work and
novelties, aprons, candles, dolls, flowers, colicga pennants, fish pond both
delieutessen. Good orchestra hoth
evenings. Afternoon tea served
each day and supper on Saturday
evening from 5 to 8.
Chrysanthemums for Sunday at
Tidy's florist store, Columbia street.
Phone L1S4.
1.0.
':#!.%
O.F.
Th? official opening of the I. O. O.
F. hall, on corner Eigtb and Carnarvon street, will take place o the evening of Wednesday, Di i ember 8,
1909, ln the form of a social evening
and banquet
A cordial Invitation le hi rewith '->������
tended to the members ol Roya] City
City Lodge No. 3 and Amity Lodge
No. 2b. and Beulah Rebekah Degree
Lodge No. .". I. o. o. v., and Victory
Ureihren. to he present.
Social   features  commencing at   *
o'clock and banquet al 9 o'clock
D. ll. MacKENZIE
Chairman.
A. B. PURDY,
Sec'y of Committee.
TO EVERYBODY  WHO
EXPECTS TO BUY NOV.
EL TIES:
Hundreds and hundreds of our customers wait for this event
and fird it worth waiting for.
THIS   YEAR���IN  ACCORDANCE   WITH   OUR   INVARIABLE    STORE   RULE   OF   PROCR^ ION
THE   NOVELTIES   MADE     ARE GOING TO BE GREATER THAN   THOSE    WHICH    PRECEDE  IT-
GREATER   IN   THE   QUALITY AND  QUANTITY OF  PRETTY AND    USEFUL   THING
GREATER  IN STYLE VARI ETY���GREATER   IN   PRICE   REDUCTIONS     IN     CHANCES
GREATER  IN  EVERY  WAY
DON'T YOU KNOW SOME  ONE   WHO'D   LIKE  A   HANDBAG?
WON'T   A   DAINTY   BROOCH  OR  HAT  PIN  JUST "HIT THE   SPOT?"
HOW  ABOUT   BEAD   NOVELTIES?
AND MAYBE A SACHET CUSHION.
JUST STOP AND THINK-Christmas is near!    Think what    n oddof.
tumty tnis is to buy Christmas Gifts of Beautiful Novelties.
���:.   I
\       /   /     ���-"    *"
I     ������ . --'. .
��� I     .
'   Y
���I
Just Arrived a Delayed Ship-
ment of Fancy Ruchings
PLAIN MUSLIN   RUCHING, enough    .'
box.      Price only  15c, or  2 foi _
FANCY  CHIFFON RUCHINGS, four In
white net, Dresden design.     Pei  box  ;;:
Very pn ttj   SATIN CORD FILLING   5
wl ite, grey,  pink, plaids,   als.,   fancj    di -
ecru.      i'rii.- only  per box
WHITE   RUCHING in nets and    cl Ifl i
Pi Ice only   ...  25e
FANCY  FILLING   m\ in box,   assorted
cord uets, min cord, and  pn tty    Dn
boxes.     Prica onlv .... _������
Do Your Christmas Shopping Early!
Early in the day, Early in the week, Early inthe month
Your   attention   is   directed   to   the   advantages  of  early  Christmas  shopping.   .   During ths next two
weeks purchases can  be  made comfortably and leisurely.      The salespeople   will   be   able   to give you
better and more courteous attention than later.      All the  rush and confusion    incidental    to shopping
immediately   preceding  the    holidays will  be avoided.
Christmas Handkerchiefs.
CHILDREN'S FANCY FIGURED  CAMBRICK HANDKERCHIEFS.  Price, eacl
ixk.n HANDKERCHIEFS, extra   heavy   quality,
WOMEN'S   PURE   IRISl
Price, each   	
. . .5c,  or 6 for 25c
plain
:.
..15c
.3  for  10;.  Do:.. 40c
WOMEN'S    HEMSTITCHED CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, Price  ....
EXQUISITELY  EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS with sca|iopped edges.   Price, eacl -':
PURE   LINEN   HANDKERCHIEFS, embroidered, drawn work edges and corners. Each 35c to 65c
!v,:.-.
BERNESE, HAND EMBROIDERED SHEEN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,  some  with
dainty embroidered corners alKj edges.      Each 	
. Soc
SHEEN I.AWN AND L.INEN  HANDKERCHIEFS,  some  with  Val. lace edges ancl Insertlo
Each  ., 25c to 60c
ORIENTAL LACK HANDKERCHIEFS with line linen centre Prices, each
.85c to $2.00
Waterfrontage
COMPLETE   STOCK   OF
CHRISTMAS   RIBBONS
Holly    eRlbbons, Two-ton i
SI 1 [pes,       Beaskel     Weave,
Wash Ribbons, Plain Silk
and Satin Ribbons, in all
the various widths and qualities usually required during
this season. Secure your
supply early.
WAIST  LENGTHS
APPROPRIATE GIFTS FOR
CHRISTMAS.
Cashm?re, Nun's Veiling,
Delaine, Lustre Eoline,
Vollle,  Striped   and  Spotted
Flannel, Vesting, Brilliant.
Plain and Fancy Silks, etc.,
in lengths suitable for Women's (douses, a choice
selection now r iady. Per
waisl length , ��� -60c to $6.75
COLORED SHANTUNG
SILKS
A new range of these
popular silks just in showing in shades of sky, allce
blue, navy, green, mauve,
wisteria, ros^, pink, hrown,
cream and black and white.
Per yard    60c to  85c
330 feet deep waterfrontage on main
channel of river, per foot,
$35.00
This is the best proposition to be had.
This property will easily double in
value within a very short time. For
full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO.. Ltd.
eenininrY^TTiwgiiivi_^aaaiw^
Children's       B
Cnais in  white, also bi ;
with large    turnovi I '
and    nicely    trim ..
braid and   buttons
wiih    belts, sizes   tri
fants  to  6  years
Each $3.50, $4.75, $5.50, $r.D0
Children's    Fur    Si '
white, Thibet, also Imiutlo
ermine,    nicely    lined
trimmed with tails. The set,
each  ....  $2.75, $3.50, $!>-00
and
Bear Cloth Sets, tnufl
tie in one
75c
Muff and  stole    separate,
in nice curly bearcloth.
Each 40c, 65c. 75C
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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