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 dite, Shiles & Co
FIRE INSURANCE
key/ WESTMINSTER, B. C
���NUMBER    300
auve Asse^mfte, Shiles & Co
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C,     FRIDAY    MORNING,    DECEMBER    21.  1907
REAL ESTATE
28 ,907 26j> CoUimbia St. Phone 85
'CTOR\kJ.jLi^
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
Ifmflm m[Tm      EXTENSION OF TIME     AXMEN ARE NEEDED     DEMAND DISSOLUTION (ton ���. LONSDALE
DcALMIUin bLOW      BETTER THIS YEAR    WANTED BY WOMEN     AT PRINCE RUPERT      Of MINERS' UNION    AWED BY REVOEVERS
  i   ,  	
n    Police    Commissioners    Petitioned    to   Thirty   Experienced   Workers   Will   be ��� Goldfield   Mine  Owners File  Suit  Ask- Mutiny     on     ship     Which     ���
n   Forest   Resources   Merchants   Report   He
-
Stopped  by  Order-in-  Courv
Pleases AH.
avy   Increase
Business   Done   at   Festive
Season.
Postpone Clearing Out Order
Request  Refused.
Set   to   Work   Clearin'j   the
Townsite
,    Dec.
. on ali
nlumbia
26.-R*serve    ba.      The       ,
unslaked timber In   among the merchants   .
by  the   Piovincial
erameBt,   au   order    In   council
y.tigi.t   ibia   into   elteci   was   Tu<-s-
Cj D n  uj*x.'Uug  oi  tne   provinc.al
(CBtlve, after having    been    under
Hlderitloo lot some l.me.   Th�� de-
(ion Is  In  order   that     Lhe     forest
eai Ci ul '._* province may  be con-
mred and In order to prevent Um-
(i being staked merely f��- specula
I   , irposea,
In ill    / e,_ 6,600,000 acre of Uni-
k-r land ...  the  province have  bees
tu- r< venue  from thic
i lii. ������������    fiscal yeai   amounted to
���   :��� -   i,0 ���<!     Though the area or
ihw lands of the province
��� at ovi i   152,000,  ai i*-,
u led as an exci    .. e _%���
and at all events thai  ���������  . .. biu   co���ntr,
'!   opinion
the    town
Signed   by every  one of the  thirty      a.  r. Qreen, cowtruotlon engineer
odd   residents   of   the   restricted   dls-. for the G.  T. 1'.   at Prince Rupert, is
shopping thia year waa 1  .<.lni":"''*   uU't- ���""! praying for an extension of  '" need of thirty axmen for work at
.     ... �����   ����� v er UJanlUme fa ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^   that poinl,   and   in   prepared   to   pay
ing      Injunction     Against
"Dangerous" Nuisance.
Goldfleld,  Nev.,  Dec. 26.���To can,
the fight iuto the federal court will he
Fraser Months Ago Quelled
by   Captain.
.Mexico City,  Dec. 26.���Covering the
crew  with  heavy  revolvers  from  the
-w-* ......���,- ,|tjlll 'ill
the next move of the Goldfield Mine ! bridge of his ship, the captain and
Owners' Association. Tomorrow a I under officers of the steamer Lon.s-
suit will  Le filed In  the circuit court ' dale,  forced  the entire  crew  to walk
n   1'Jut,.    Then the harvest  lasted fori ~   ~ " '"���'   """  v,": "'" ..-,  - ______ ._"   "
the  f.,  days  immediately  p.eoedlng   *    compelling   .hem to move   from   Z^^!, TI" hJ   0h Trl *" a���"'. I TJ/1!.1, T. ""* '" ^ **"** C��Un I dale' forc<>d ���� euUre c'*w to walk
Christmas, tbi. year people   ave tt D   llwll  present quarters   a petition was   R 'L*'" 5 '"f'T , '^ ��i       ,       ""^ ��f NeVaaa' a8k"lg n0t   f��rWard' OD* b>' ��* to a ��*����*> ��P*
purchasing week, iu advance ���,  ..,���lv   aftpZ h   ,       T    T  , ,   Ap,,,,C!l,lonB for work ! "* for 'an Injunction against picket-   where each was securely bound    Thus
~     ' '   ' ' ' r""J   dnt���on reived   by  the , should be made to J. M. Wise, Depot : ing and interference, but for the final' a mutiny wa* nipped in (he hu ,
The Lonsdale is one of tbe Mexican
Pacific liners,, and piles between Can-
The  heavy   trade  waa  mad* f1 ���"  '^'lv^   oy   me . snoum oe made to ... td. Wise, Depot . Ing and interference, but for the final
small purchases   f<��       r i '   ;'rii   "f   1>olice   ct>m,ulss'��ners,   and   notel.  h��  having  been  commissioned j dissolution   of   the   Goldfleld    Miners'
of any alM being reported mxem m  "J d by Clty Clerk W' A' Duncan' who' *"' *? G���U l�� R"CU''0 th* men- Uni0D' "      * ���
the  <-ase of furniture,    of' which    J was 'jresent at ll>�� meting in his of-1    0nl>' a3(m��'n n^d *��>>*    No other j     The suit is to be filed by the Gold-1 adlan    and    Western   coast    points.
higher grade of good, was His, oZ 0,   fi"! oapacitv. ^ ��f abor ,S 'ie<    ' " "" "reSent   "tld    Consolidatt-d    MlDes    Companj , touching at Vancouver.    She was on
at this season. 'The request of the women was re-' T*     r? ."T '" 8eCUr* i aga'DSt    ^    G0ldfieI"    mlne;B'    lhe   the high 8eae n^r here *"en the of-
W. ���:  Too and .,   A. Lee report in-   *-% and  the instrucions issued  to | TZZ ZZJZ��� .H_IZ��Z I r'eSt!ed!ratl!n, .��.f_ ������*' ^ I flCer!; DOting lh* surl��� <- the crew
1 :"   ��� ��� ������!���-    nl high-grade furniture
"'���' '���       '    eason.    Horace Dorer an I
w. C  Ch im .. nin. ;.:: |  ;  Gifford, tli
��� .'���' lers, repoi I that trade this
il the -   : ���   .:.        . ,,:��� a
... ,       ,,,,..   i ui i��-     i.t-oiviu  rt-ueiauou oi Aimers. Unas, i ficers, noting the surliness of the crew
and  tne instructions issued  to   presenting themselves as experienced | A.  MacKinnon, presielent of the local   and hearing ominous muttering, that
tbe police to oust the women on Jam'11 axmen  when they cannot deliver the ' union, aud nineteen other officers of   betokened approaching mutiny, decid
were sustained. ! iroods.  will  find iticnispiwi. .tra**-*   a... ���������    -n.-  ���
In   to ��� .veai     J-   a- j l'ie Presenting of the document.   The
io   .     .    Ho ise an I  the  Old
were sustalneu. I goods,  will  find  themselves stranded
The petition, whk.i was couchtd in jn a mosl inhospitable land about fif-
the usual pedantic language, se. forth. teen minutes after ISngineer Green i:>
al length the reasons which actuated   spects their work.
The axmen will first be set to clear
., u olth i  tin   m ..->( ac-
... ... le
��� it, r Ifl i    oon
tnent, 1
old
. .    Inter,   ti
...   ��      een 35
-
��� -���.  nlon
���
ol tlie ,
������ effei    ... the n,
...
-     .
ui    1.,'ii   Bi       i   ..
and    .    .
I   ..... ._,.> , .,     lo
nny per c ni of tha ]   ..
.
oth, r ten pi
; i   iiiii  le d alii .-    ...'].,...
ilaei     li  ���.   '.,   ��� ,i .    d ..
i th,         vear <m ������>���. when u beoom
iltnher swi>pl   tho coast    Tim ��
��� w    -evu   paid   from  $o  to
a         in   the  least, ex, ��� . len, i d'
lea always demanding    the    bighei
1                cruisers  ol   exceptional
|bilit;. have  commanded  as   high  as
a da} and expense..    These la 'er
Mi itill e employed by Uoetue hold-
p in guiding parties of prospective
|ii.wt> over the limits, and rill aiso
' eh.ieu te e.tiiuat* tlie timber oon1
plied In a given area. The cheaper
ol crulear. win .eleet o;her
I oi usefulness.
I'ii to  ikying  his  ciuis<?ifi
rt wnges,   Mr.  Fader   has   always
. 'If i' a practice of giving tlie men
[bonus, the amount varying acord-
!eto the vain,- of the claims staked,
<i averaging about $200 for every
" square  miles.    The highest  cash
Ml i ver i;iven to any one man was
iUOrt
By tho rexenailon of all unstaked
',nll<i   newspaper, are deprived of a
ODslderablo source or revenue, and b
Bre^ nmnher <>r small   w, eklj   news
"iw i��� u,li pvnvlnco will cease pub-
lhl.  account   within   the
month.,    Advertising tim-
*' ' :       COBl.   I'nv   holder  of the  11-
J8.50  lo |5 a  ; aroel, In
l;:i o "i n  i>'iici>i not taking up
r"' '   n two : r three lines,   when
[ le  tim er advertising was
" ' '    newspaj.1 rs which support-
'!(' Me iii,,|p Government, this pay
n buslnos.    being    s'wIIcIk'.I   their
lv "irough political pull.
Boo   - ��� ���       thi y have
ths
       a month, an I
ore the i
���     Colli ,    '        md   T.   II.
'   dij
���
in well ovi ���   '
year.   H. 1..
. -    ��� ��� .....
-
iat tl ....
o
V.J      :..
:.   of in
���'.....
M, J, Phill
&  Co. w,       . '   with
e ol ���      : hal f ii to their
Chi istmas,  an I  Baid   that
-.',,... u i; 'ie : e ������ i real di a! mor,  has -
than lasi  i lhi Istms -
Things were v i ry lively In the a a
lonery lini s, i he only complaint thai
Mr. Morey or Mr. Mackay hud being
that  they had not ordered enough of
lhe cheaper and smaller wa'eM, Which
were .old out.   More expulsive goods
eiid  not Bell sn well, but  the results
were   heavier  than   1'ist   year.     .).    ES,
the same.    The  complaint sets  forth ed to  bring  the trouble  to a sudden
I'.ie   vast   extent   of   richness   Of   the head.    Knowing that, if taken by sur-
mlnlng interests    Involved, and    thi prise  they would he overwhelmed by
large    number    of    person,    hold ng force of numbers, the officers quietly
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     w .,,. ocl u, nu,    shares In the mines In various states prepared a quantity of rope and then
main      objections       to      the      or-   |n^ thr, townsite, but after this task   and    territories;     alleges    that   the mounted  the   bridge   and  before   the
e     .���      thai  -ifli.i m notice bad no  , \s completed,  work will be found for ' Goldfield Miners' Union and the West- surprised and baffled crew was aware
been given, and that the execution of  competent men on the construe -tion of   em Federation of Miners are volun- of  what   was   happening,   they   ...'ind
order  would    entail  considers  le   the new transcontinental railroad. tarily unincorporated associations, and gleaming  barrels  pointing    down    In
hardship on  the   petitioners.    An  ex-  that tie...  an   claimed to be .a part of their  mi ist   and a   stentorian    voice
tension of three  months in which  to   DUTCH CABINET RESIGNS another larger organization, known a, rang out a challenge.    But the crew,
complj   waa asked for by the women, WHEN  ARMY  BUDGET FAILS   the Industrial Workers of the World, armed only with crude weapons, threw
they promising to leave the city if this ���  also unincorporated,  which    has    the up their hands and one by one were
privilege were granted them.    !���  i.a.i      Th,   Hag        Dee     26.���The Dutch   same  principles  and  seeks  to acom- forced to walk towards the bridge and
teen  o.   intention of the  worn n   i.i -   or council of minist is, com-   [,]jsh it. results  ley the same unlaw- one*by one were securely hound.
to "'���:.! a 'I                   irising   nini    members   by whom   tbe   fU] mei!:, :.-. and  have in their ranks      When the last sailor had be n safe-
police c 3D     executive auth, rity of the Govi rn m nl   as mi mbers of these associations, not ly stowed out of harm's way. the of-
one      bui upon mature consi er-   Is  administer, I,   today   presented   i s | on.!;   the miners of the Goldfield dis- ficers anei one passenger, A. W. Don-
'  ;              lei                   ii   wa.   d                      n.    tl   is   thought   that   the J trict,   bul   oilier   laborers,    such    as nelly, who had  assisted  In  the  thrll
-    ���          "'  Iiv,     ������          '" solution of parliament is likely  to   waiters, cl  ...-.    cook
: .lilted,   and   for  t'.iis reason        follow.    The resignation of the cabi-   barke
tment.
��� '  - ...      i and
. tltioi
'' ie :       sin,     transac ed    al      h
mi ��� ��� Ing Included the n ... Iv/ng o   the
.   m   Chief ��� '   Pol
Mclnl nd the filing    I -   ve ���.-.' ap
plications   o     iosil ano on th ���  polic j
tore      i .     full   !'(> ird,  consisi Ing  i f   ley five
ii   ���    Keary, chairman, T. S,  Innan-    '.:,. Thi;
dale an I  Aid. (larn-tt. was pi e    I
'    '  ' '      army       i, ia further charged that the Wes:
Imates in  the second  chamber of   ern Federation of Miners Is organize
barbers a.id   lins "holdup," steered the ship to th
port  of  Salina   Crux   where-  the   ca -
tlves were handed over to the pert authorities.
Nome  Wins  Game.
Francisco,  Dec. 26.���The Norn
baski tl i II   I 1am    :��� fei ted  the  Be ke-
asi nighl by a score of 42 to
was tbe first defi a< sustain-
for  the  di struction  of  property  an I
i reatlng    "endles i    strife,    d w i !���
bloodshed and  rioting."
Finally, it. is petitioned that the In
[unction be made permanent and thai
lhi G, Idfi, Id A! ti'.is' I'uiou be abat ��� I
and  ;���  i v      lissolved  as a  nuisance
TRINITY
COLLEGE   GIVEN
TV/0   MILLION   DOLLARS
STIHtRS KILLED IN BRIDGE HORROR MA.
RIOT NUMBER 210
y thi   California te-am this season. | and  perpetually   enjoined    from  any
 i in rt in i   meetings  or  action  of  whatever  l��ind  or nature.    The complaint
is Bigned  by George  Wlngfield,  vice-
VET BE DUPLICATED |5SS "',h" ':""""i"a'e' "	
to'
New  Vork, IjVc 26.���That  tlie new
George    Coleman,    a    mgro,    was
i brought up yesterday on a charge oi
London, Deo _!<;. -Trinity col! ge,
Cambridge, benefits to the extent of
$2,000,000 by the death of Lfliiy Pii r
yesterday. Her husband, Sir Wil lam
George Pierce, chairman of th.. Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engine ring
Company, died on November 2 last.
B.v his will his fortune was bequeathed to Trinity college on the death of
Lady Pierce.
Valparaiso, Dec 26,-Acordlnt ,u.w  ���i,s, ��c 	
Brown & Co., dry goods, and Chappe.l  a statement issued officially the ri t Hudson memorial  bridge planned  to highway robbery, preferred by Alex.
the  new  firm  which  has  encounters at Iquique between nitrate!      n lhe  spuvteu  creek and to cost I McL��od. McLeod   was   very  drunk
sr   Cuinmitu-'s   -rents'   gtrtUors    nnrf   tha   ,u-,ii/>,.   ,.ou���n^,i    i�� i
a.-   Preston,  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lately taken over Cumming's gents'j strikers and the police resulted 'n|i4 000 000 is liable to furnish New I w'lon tlle alleged robbery took plare.
furnishing store, express themselves the killing <if 210 men aud the woun 1- j Yorji Wjth a bridge horror surpassing Det��ctive Bradshaw testified that Mens verv welt satisfied with this year's, iug of about  00.    During one  of thejlhe recent jisas^r ai  Quebec is the | J-*od liad been vei*y drunk the night
I Antra .ration*��    *U..    ���������..��     ��_��J *,-..    '
CANADA AND JAPAN  FINISH
IMMIGRATION   NEGOTIATIONS
as very well s
business.
mc   i eet. rut   Ufa,
engagements the troops fired partlcu-L*, expressed    b.v    the Engineering
The Christmas table this year was | larly at the leaders of the strikers, but! xews in its issue of today
particularly well    furnished,    Judging   their aim was poor and the men were      Editor;,lllv lhe New8 savs-  ���We do
fron, tbB reports of the loading P,.r-: not hurt   The president and the vice-   ^ gay tha( U)e grpat slructure could
veyors of provisions in town.   Turkeys | president of the local strikers' organi- !
ild well, and all kinds of fowl were j zation, who are   Spanish    anarch Is s
in  demand.      Groceries,  both staple) have disappeared.
and fancy, were heavily purchased,
and dealers In those lines say that
buying has ben much better this season than previously.
POLICE GUARD GRAVE
OF DECEASED DRUCE
London, Dec. 24.���Extraordinary
precautions are being taken to prevenl tampering with the grave of T.
i'. Di nce. which will be opened In the
course of the nexl few days to prove
whether or not it contains the body of
Dnice or a roll of lead.
\ large force of police was sent to
cemetery this morning and
Inquique Is now calm, but there is
no work going on In the greater portion of the nitrate plants because the
laborers have emlegrated In large numbers.
At Antofagasta the men iu two establishments are out. The workers
are ready to again go on strike, but
they have no leaders.
not be built if unlimited expenditure
of time and money is pt rmissable, or
that, if built, it might not stand up.
What we do say is that the accumulated knowledge and experience of the
engineering profession is not now
sufficient to build a concrete arch of
70.j feet span with the assurance of
safety that the public properly demands. In other words, the construction of the huge arch Involves serious
risk."
preceding, and the case was re'manded
at the request of the chief of police to
permit him to secure further evidence.
A gang of ten Italians, lmporied
from Vancouver to work for the superintendent, of waterworks, were laid ofT
yesterday afternoon, as there are
plenty of men in the city who would
be glad to secure the work, without
bringing more from Vancouver.
Tokio, Dec. 25.���Rudolph E. Ijem-
ienx, Canadian minister of labor, who.
concluded his negotiations today wV<fo
the Japanese Government regarding
the reflation of immigration to Canada, said:
"My lips are sealed on the subject.
Apy statement I  have tfl fflUke Ike-
longs flrst to the Dominion Government.   I return with nothing but the
moet pleasant  recollections "
WILL   EXCAVATE   RUINS
OF HERCULANEUM
DESPERATE   FIGHT   BETWEEN
BOY AND MONSTER LYNX
Hlghgate
THIRTY  THOUSAND  SCHEME
TO  EVADE PAYING   RENT
New York. Dec. M.-Aa the result: tnVermayi 8mK lk,(, 26.-Harvsy
of a movement which has been undei', Morehouse, a boy. twelve years of age,
way   for  more   than   a  month,   thirty I had  a   most   exciting   tight   tlie  other
took up position on all the epprtnaoheas thousand families on the lower East''bo \.**ih a monster lynx. Young More-
refuse tomorrow to pay rent I llo"s'' was ""'  hunting  rabbits with
to  the  grave.    A  special  cordon  was   ���.,        .
drawn around the vault, which is b
New York. Dec. 26.���A despatch
from Rome to the Times says the
Italian Governmenl announces thai
the excavation of the buried o'ty of
Herculaneum will begin al onoe. The
work wil Ibe carried out by the Italian
Government with Italian funds ami
the advice of eminent foreign acholo-
gists will be gratefully accepted.
The  artistic  treasures   which  have
A reward of $150 Is being offered
for information that wil) lead to tbe
conviction of the person or persons
responsible for a dastardly outuage
committed at Mount Lehman on the
night of D��c. 14, wh<-n a valuab'e
horse belonging to M. D. Morris n
was cut and hacked with some Bharp
instrument in such a cruel manner
that It had to be destroyed. Tho owner
will"give $60, while the Matsqui O. nn-
cii  will contribute $100 towards the.
reward. This is the first eas a ,f
horse or cattle maiming report'd ii
this vicinity for a long time.
, , i   ,       ,   """ "  llU11'
rapidly shut in with a high board  ^ a(j( ^
and ii' tlieir demands tor .a reduction [
calibre rifle,    Sudden 1 j
'ETEfMNS OF   MUTINY
GATHER  ,N  LONDON        ^^^^^^^^^^^
-I.-   "Tlie.  remnanl  of   to  witness the exhumation
lost." as   Klnllnn  des-   ticials   and   those   directly   concerned
will  be permitted  to see the opening
of the coffin.
j upon   tlie   h nx,   whic.i
11,,. ���
 ���
��n TT, ",,M"" Ki|l,i"s
'"<-' veterans of the Indian Mu-
so thai no person will have a chance
Only of-1
cat leaped through tin
cam-' besen unearthed al Herculaneum are \
was    al.e.idy peeled to prove far richer than t:.ose
As the gr.at already discovered in the burled city
air    the    toy Of Pompeii, where Roman houses hav
ured. tn,. bullet striking the animal In   Ieen uncovered which have contained
".||>->_^_Mi^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_B
'-""o'dlasi   evening   in   the   Al
E     "mi to ti,
"'""'iimmto   the   golden   jn
||�� India,,
e number of more than
olden
ended In
I
l>ll<><t (lf ____________
��< the struggle which
______________________________________  I   tn<.      itwt CVIl'llUUS     Vi III ________________________
.    ������ i crouched  for  a  spring
fence. : follow.   The socialistic party,     '���
The structure will be covered over quartera in th    &ghth
I lire
and   Second districts,  is dl-L, ,    ________________________________________________________________________________________
recUng the revolt against landlords, r^f      ,   ,         ,       , aamtscripta ,and fragments of Roman
claiming   .he  preseni   Industrial   eon-i     ""."  U'lP  ��'   'h"  ,";"l'i';��-''1  """"^ newspaper, and fresco, s and innumer-
,. .        ,                          ,.                        'was In  no  way  iniiodcd by the shot, able instances of t'ae  human  life of
d tions do not warrant the .same rent-,,   . ��� ,     .       .    ,       , .,.,,, ,     ,   . ,_-��
bin   the  boy  had  a   faitliful   friend  in lSdO years ago.
his dog,  which  sprang up In the all
Hill WIPES OUT BIG
AREA IN SAN FRANCISCO
Tomorrow is Ilie  lasl  day lhat ten-
rs  will  be received   lor the furnish-
ii,,(���|t Empire being   added    to  Ing of supplies and materials to the
ih/uJ'"".1"'   ,,�� the Pension roll In f Royal Columbian Hospltial.   A ���peol��Ji wrftten   ]ed      |h;i|        (,
iard of managers will i
far on
a,
On the pension roll in ] Uoya
InirviVi      ��� are the names of 1,200 meeting of the bo
'"viimT "' ""   """inv. io wh(,,n ;i" ���'' hel
kold��n  Ui'S   S,'IU   l<"'   ""'   ''''""'""e Mayor's oflie,
[eM|n   !" invented many from at- celved.
rl!ii|jnl     ""'s''  wll<�� ''""Id  triivel. In- ��� ^^_^_
every    """"'s ll,ul  ",f,"���  <����e from The ii.Kialhiiion of officers of Union
als that the tenants were able to pa.*
a  year  ago.
Pour hundred women, orguSfeed by
Miss Pauline Newmann, have made
a   house io-house   canviiiss   to    obtain
'"  ;    , ,    ,    ,    ...   i from 20 to 30 per cent In rent  would
Id Saturday a. 2 oclock  In theL    (1(MuamUHi   nm| |f ^
'<"",,'n the tenders re- ^ 110 ,,,llt wotllll ll(, p;ii(,
eePlld
,'",n"- of the United Kingdom,  lodge and King Solomon lodge, A.
|lllll,|(
''"'-'n   eovei
ii   l���
niv*' lowing as they dreWl sonic Temple
this
red     with     medals, '&  A.  M. will  take  place In  the Mn-
evening, to be fol-
it In the I. O. O. F.
T|]    r's. "Ihall    W. J- Bowser, of Vancouver,
tl81 ^ngesl   among ,he  veterans  who wai to have conducted  the In-
Kw'h",'" lh(' h;l" to be reviewed bv  lowed by a banqm
I I'e
"���������t'liK    uie    veieraiis    wnio   w��w_    ��v   ~-.-
\*m Old, having been fl dn.m-! r.alla.lon ,f remoulw.  wlll  be unnhle
''iiflii
Ii_y M"e'D8 the fighting, and *veto"to-1 to"attend, and thaw duties win con-
""'Ml J","''  l0 ''"  a  youngster com-1 Bern.ently bo carried ont by T-
wtt1' h's pomr.o���i  h. �����.i j>. R. Tries Walker.
.1  Arm-
s companions.
I ftrong and
The representatives of all the districts of the U. A. tb. I. soe'ely west
of the Cascades will hold a meeting
In the Hoard of Trade loom this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Representatives
from Chiiliwack, Matsqui, Langley,
Mission. Surrey, Coquitlam and Victoria have signified their Intention of
attending. Important business relative to district exhibits at ihe Ktbibt-,
Hon wlll be discussed. ,
and caught the 1 \itx by the leg, pulling
him to the ground about three feet
Short Of young Morehouse, thus saving the boy'8 life.    Young  Morehouse
again Bred al the animal, the shot
taking effect The dog again fastened
his gangs to the leg of the lynx and
as tho big animal turned, snarling, to
finish the canine,'the boy fired a third
shot, which railed the lynx over, effectually putting him out of the combat.
8t. Petersburg, Dec. 26.���.Father
John, of Cronstadt, Is seriously 111 with
the recurrence of an old malady ln ��n
aggravated term. He is quite unable
t o eat and on account of his great age
snd debility bis recovery Ib problematical.
San Francisco. Dec. 2C.���Fire de
Strayed nearly the entire block
bounded by Mission. .Jessie, First -ml
Second streets early this morning.
Several factories and stores were
burned and the loss will amouni to
more than two hundred thousand dol-
Ibrs. Most of the buildings destroyed
wore only temporary affairs, so that
the loss was principally in stock bv
: the firms Involved.
The Revere Rublier Co. suffered
heavily, and It Is believed will prove
! a total loss. The factory of Mafera
1 and Otto, dealers ln tlle and mantels,
was destroyed with the stock. Wood
and Little, Implement dealers, lost
building and stock and so did the
Eccles Smith Co., and Jnstlan Oaire _t
    , Co., both hardware concerns.
The iiollce gathered In one "vag." \ Quick work on the part of tbe lire
last nlgbt, and Inquiry altcited the. in- department saved a large section of
format on that only a tew days he had , the factory district which was at one
been arrested for drunkenness. 1 tine threatened.
Through a technical error in the information as laid, the two young Van
couverites who wei* arrested heir,.
last week for creating a disturbance
in the cars of the B. C. E. R., and who
resisted arrest, and were later taken
to the jail, whither ihey had been
committed for two months ,were re
leased yesterday. The charge can he
taken up 1n an amended form by the
B. C E. R. company If it chooses to
press the case. Ixicul Manager McQuarrie has not yet signified his Intentions in the matter.
ma iMwrrmra
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THE DAILY XKWS
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GERMAN   GLEANINGS.
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In   IT
c . led for every Inha
per year, whereas the number per In
hal- : ie wh de German <���!l;!.i:,.
is bul
Tlie value of the total product of the
German nut >;no!,ile factories i'ur tl..
past five years is stated to bave b<een
as follows: Iii 1902, $2,613,000; 1903,
(3.808,000; 1904, $9,520,000; 1905, $10
660,000  and 1906, $23,800,000.
Finding a canal  bridge  too low   i
allow passage of his barge', a Gerron
STLAin STARRING Condensed
IN "3iKl)MiHEABI Advertisements
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Kai, ' d lu
ll ii; t  .i. ro "Str 'i.- h   irt," in    ..    com-
t 'I..   ...      ..   ������ ..:.__.!!
C. io Mill . . i eh.8rlns
ann mnce , f r th i era i .-*.' Friday
nig..-. Jan. a. Mr. De Mille hiu laid
the scents of "Strongheart" ai Coium-
W xsi
iver teas and i M
a  good  bustl, r.     \
-.'i  the  right   party.    R, ��� ���  ���
quired as to honesty.    App!.        ��� .'. n
hai'dwri Ini   to  il.   E   C. Hi  ipi   .   3 16
I . ndei ��� ':��� it, Van, ravei
nd   I   .'.:sh   ; a  vi lid
skipper induced 800 grenadier guards  aI1,i iiighlj  amusing picture of college
to step on board and acl an ballast.  , .      "Strongheart" is an Indian, the
thus lowering the vessel Iu the water   (_oa q( g ( u ,..   vh,,   ,,..���,_,, bis prow.
and passing the bridge In safety. ,     .       ,
ess cn the tomi,all celd, has become a
hero  to '.ii-  d.s-ma es  at  C lumbia.
His  love for the sister
the motive for th
GIRL
,two
vent,
WANTED    IN     FAMILY   OF
Apply first house below con-
west side of Albert Crescent.
JAPANESE
school wai
furiii-
BOY      ATTENDiNC!
ants work with goo I fam
his  cum  i'y  In  return  for  room,   and   board,
play, which  Apply Box 545, city.
A novelty which has been submitted
to tbe police prefecture of Berlin for
approval is an automobile hearse. It
Is of the approved type, differing only
from   the  ordinary   funeral   vehicle  iie  although serious in its problem, is r
not   being   horse   drawn.     The   nev.-   j.,,,,,,   amld    scenes    0f  such    bright,   TAPANESB
hearse   created   much   curiosity   as   it   , ,.  : ;, . .,    v      en    hoi
made   Its test pilgrimage through   ILJ
city
ENGLISH   ETCHINGS.
breezy eon.'' ly thai vivi lly ph itog aj h
college life,   that  ''Strongheart"    d-
,-ervis the term, coined., drama.    Mr.
Stuart lias revealed himself as a character actor of note and  .. is widely in-
Near Walton-on Naze the sea is In- crease 1 the popularity won by him on
vadlng the land at a steady  rate of llis former visits here.   "Strongh art"
half a mile per century. Bcored the dramatic lib of last season
Chancellor of the Exchequer Asquith  jn   New   Vork,   .Boston   aad   CJlcago,
���2   LADIES   WANT  GEN-
housework    for    month, or
washing clothes by the day.   Apply to
S. Matsiunura, P. O. Box 296, city.
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ON NEW YEAR'S DAY
Though  our Christmas sales were heavy, our assortment  is  still
practically   intact.    Come   and see us for that New Year's gift.
U
W. J,  \\|.:
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l Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd. \
POSITION  WANTED
lng    housekeeper;
Apply at News  offlce.
AH   WORK-
go d    cook.
LOST���GREENISH COLORED
ercoat on  Saturday  night.
proposes to reform the British Incomi
tax by making toe earned Incomes pa.i
less and the hereditary fortunes inure.
The London Globe expresses tbi
opinion that If the Liberals remain
much longer In offlce consols will be
given away as a premium with a
pound of tea.
Brent Tor. a curious, jagged hill te;
the west ni' Dartmoor and crowned
with nn uncieut church, Is said to be
the most recently extinct of England's
many extinct volcanoes.
Statistics show tbat there are now in
the United Kingdom 27,940,200 persons
carrying life Insurance for n total
amount of nearly ��2,000,000,000. Tbe
total amount of premiums paid Is about
��37,000.000.
A   Lesson  In  Ornithology.
A gentleman who rather overvalued
himself, looking nl a ease of birds, said
to an ornithologist who was with blm,
"What is that bird?"
"That." said the other, "is a magpie."
"It's not my idea of a magpie," was
the rejoinder.
"Perhaps uot," replied his friend,
"but it's (bid's idea of a magpie."���
House Beautiful.
win r it  pi  o I
engag, ments.
l mg  an I  prosp, p us   ��are!
OV-
He
Finder rourn to Central hote'.
(Quickly  Supplied.
There have been many strange things
ln English history.   Oi f the most
curious was recently mentioned by a
little schoolgirl.
"The hydra." said this much informed
Toung pers.en. "was married to Henry
the Eighth. When lie cut lier hear! off.
another one sprang right up."
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ARGE FRONT ROOM FOB RENT
after    January,1st.    Corner    lilt
.. and 6th street. All conveniences
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers.
GEO. E. TR0REY, Managing Director
Cor. Hastings ar.c! Granville Sts. - Van
couver
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Canadian B
Columbia ';,'��ii!
New  Wi     , ij
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Clarcksop
Martin  wil
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GEORGE B. MARTIN   ,,,r     ~"_
Solicit,,,. , '-:
Ma and McKenzh ���
minslet,  II   ('
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slngle gentleman. Reply by
-BED SITTING ROOM
letter to A. C, Daily News, P. O.
Box  693.
WANTED���BY on
esl establishe I
INE OP THF oi.n-
English Fl >' Insurance Companies (Board), a n
dent agent in New Westminster. Apply ley letter to "Insurance," P O,
Box 371, Vancouvi r. B. C.
TT J ANTED���Y(
W    |eft   schoo
care
Ni w
'OUNG   LADY,    JUST
school   pr, ferre i.    to take
of oflice.      Apply    D   O,   Daily.
��� offlce.
W
'ANTED���POSITION    AS    FIRE-
man or warehouseman in wesl
AddreS3 live News.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has neverbeen
more apparent than at the present time.
ROYAL BANK V CANADA
invited you to join the large number of satisfied Dep,   itors
INTEREST ADDED 1 TIMES A VKAl:.
Put your money where it is acces  'bl, when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
W. MYERS GRAY, _,
an i N il .:���, io
'"!l1  ''   '' ' oil
fl" eej
son   strei Court Hon*
P.0   Box II
llf    F.   IIA.\.-,|i,7o7
J
< orner      Colui 1
streets, New We g. C
New Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
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ANTED  -A NUMBER OK HRS1
class laborers,    Apply to Qui^
near Small & Bucklin's
YDUNG  JAPA2
situation  as
lNESE BOY   WANT8
is  house  boy;   honest
and Intelliegent; speaks good English.
Address    O.  NISHI,     P.   0.   Box   414
New  Westminster-
Ralph Stuart in the great college play
"Strongheart."
D.
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��� FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood  in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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HATHERLY, Optician and doe-
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Nervous and Chronic  Headache.-    hy
2P?r skillfully     prescribed     glasses.
���'y  Parlors on Sixth    St., MurcMe
block. New Westminster.
for NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS
We will give a discount of 20 per
cent, off regular prices on all goods
Sold for Cash in our Crockery and
Glassware stock.
JOAHD   or
TRADE
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O. O. P.���AMITY LODGE, NO.
The regular mi eti ' j
ire held In Oddfelli j
hia  street, every   '���' 1
at 8 o'clock.    \
dlally    Inviti :    to    .
Rlchmon I, N. G.;   ..V.D. M   ���'������
V, O.;  W. C. C R. S.;0.
Davy.  F.  S.; All U��l(
NOTICE.
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Electric Railway Service \
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and    wav
stations  will  'nn  every half-
hour from H:F��0 a. m. to 11:30
p. in.
Cars   leave  tne   depot    every
twenty minutes  for  both  Sapperton and city limits aver the
cit;   line,
C'ty  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at (i:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
halt past and fifty minutes after
the hour,  commencing at 6:30 *
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Sunday  Service   Qalt-DOIirlJ   be   ���
tween v 30 a.m. and 11 p.m        J
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE Pl'B-
lie that after this date all orders for
wood will have to be accompanied by
CASH.
(Signed)    BELYEA  & CO.
LOUIS  WILLIAMS
WILBER   SMITH.
i    December fi, 1907,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon 1 oute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,    DAWSON   and
��� FAIRBANKS.     Daily  trains   (except
; Sunday)    rarrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
- uages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi   information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS.  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver. B. C
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97.
THE ONE-MINUTE
WASHER
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF   E4GL.U
Aerie No. 20   Meets evi )
evening al s p  m .
hall, Columbia Btrei I   F. ���' LjncU
\v. Pres ;   n   Sch ' ���  (  Secretu |
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No.I
��� Meetings the first anl third TM��
dav In earh month. Visitiif
brethren cordially invited to aiieiil
.Lodge room, A. O. D, W. hull, OdM
fellows' block, Clarkson street. Cf
S Conigan, recorder; Geo. Mf,ll|
master workman.
The good housewife likes the "One-
ir.inute'   Washer"   tecause   it   doeJ   It.
worK   better,   faster and   easier   than
any other.
P08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE Nft|
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.-
Red Rose I)o^r.���e meets Swornl �������
Fourth Wednesdaj of each niomjl
In K. of P. Hall, roiumbls sua
8 p. m.. While Ke se De-m*. �� '' I
Wednesday in each month, m��I
time and place. Visiting ^����l
oordiallj Invited E L Webber] |
sidenl. il. Dlanej   se  atary.
0OURT BRUNETTE. No. 409��.'0jl
-Meeta the Fourth FrlM "> ���|
month at 8 o'clock, In U�� ��
hall, Oddfellows' bloc* >'��� ,.
brethren are cordially invited u m
tend.    ,1.  II.   n""
Max'.vei I
Rushton,
H. S.
CALL   AND   INSPECT.
t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd %
X *>
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
! \..i. S'OTIC thai . .,,,.. . . i i
n ade to re sister Vtargan I DoL-
h ��� ... tier ei ee Simp ������. und r
,, i i sale Di ed from B. \. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobl le, ��� earln \ ,i tte the
i ��� daj of Di ce i bi r A. D. I I 2, of
all and ��� Ingul .r I tial certain parce oi
tracl of : md and pr m'ses situate, lying an i I eing In the Dii trlcl of X' w
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-j
: li Colum ia.inore particularlylmown
and described as Lots 18 to 25, Inclusive, Block l, being parts of .southwest or Section 2, Township  16.
Vou and eae.i of you are required
to contest, the claim of lhe. tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first, publication of this |
notice upon yon, otherwise I shall i
register Margaret Dobble as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
monlh In a dally newspaper published at New Wi stminster will be good
and  sufficient service tberee>f.
Dated al the Land Registry offlc;,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 2:1th day of August,
A. D. 1907,
C,   S.  KEITH,
DIstriet P.egl trar.
ToBen'nm'n Douglas,  Fsii.
T. J.  TRAPP
Limited
COURT ROYAL CCLUMI      '      f
A. O. F.-Ti.e re .;
thin Lodge are 1 ,.|
and r 'th l
ai g p. ni. in lhe
Visiting  Brothrei
mum to attend
K. P.  Maxwell, S"
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rut  ROYAL   ��� I ��� '"���'*,
iri
PCRANCb   in.
at    8   O'cluCll   I'
Hall,   Columbia
MAKE V0I1R SELECTION AT
Brethren are cordial!)
tend,   Q   Ha [groan,
Brown, Se, reta
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,cotland ue
rMEFlT A*
bM^L-: I
f RYALL'S DRUG STORE S
MM. Eyes Tested Free. M
���ONO OF iCOTLANU ��'��: 8jn
SOCIATION.LORDOFTHE^   J
CAMP, 191- 1 '��""   " Ill(,nili ��
Third  TiiCHdii>
K.   of   P. Hall.
Chief; J. J. B'om
Lodge
-Royal  Cdy �����      ^
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MiVKUriHIO IN THR DAILY NKW3
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Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
Will  be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
o. o. F.
- Meets   In  Oddfelli
nm la Street, even
Visiting brethren
CH. Oloff."'"
pecordlM
in s o'clock,
be made welcome.
c.K. Osborne, P.
retary,
Friday evenioffl
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Principal
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PAGE THREE
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Year's  Night
JANUARY 1, 1908
Williams' Original  Dix e Jub Ise
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REICHENBACH
3MPANY,
LTD.
WHEN   GOING  EAST
I ;       e ICKET AGENT
Ti i SEND Vol* OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
���   Eight Tra>ns Every Day in the  Year
BETWEEN
ible Screened Nat
Clean
\ Comfortable
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Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
���  TRAIN OF  FAME
I'IIL    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD
the newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
.���ei   LUXURY.     It  is   lighted   with
ty   and   gas;   the   mosl
intly    illuminated    train    in    the
I,      The   equipment   consists   nf
'���-       mpari ment   cars,   standard
pers,  luxurious   dining
iar. rr, lining    hair  cars  I
buffet    ii
.   . king
:    ; Folders,  or    i ;
������eei  on  or  �����
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F. W. PARKER,
.'. AGEN"
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Male and ;'���
o . a selection ol
gran .1
boat i
This compai
season Id       triumph
Now it is bigger an I-be
ordered him  i" be  bled om e ei
i i .   duty was of coui e tn-   *lt
to M irechal, 1 Is Irish InCW
ih.. time in Paris,
tbe D ; ��� mui, a j
brother of tbe crafl who conceived the
Idea of making his fortune  by  ;
lt'L- the 1 i be enterpr   e was ���!i11i-
fiilt. but be knew ili.n the i
can often i-<- opened with n
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to    Anl
lief   pi
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'   '< '��� '      This companj   appea last
.; .'.-. n      -  e de] i ited with u  notary
. bad  instriiiii.il    to transfer the
I .  blm  n~ bo ei as -t11>���
lhe Job. fore-
i ��� ���.. as noi an easy thing to niana
..    Marechal never left the king.   Oue      Seats   on   sale   today   at    Ryall's'
day, however, he nsked permission to   Prices $1, 75c, 50c and 25c.
���   \ ersnilles for ti ree ilaj s.    I in
���Ized   the opportunity  to  Intro
I for tbe pur]     Feelin . the \ I N L li I U J   !  l��F
i pulse one morning, as usual, he let   I  l�� IA  V.H'KHV Illll   .11"
ed to be alarmed at Its strength Ul   LIl/1 M,I*STER llUUUL
lume and orden I tl i
at   to      ���   bled   forthwith.      \ n
i. ay, Hi" l- Ing besll ut- T T .....      .      ...
on made Hi u   : leld  I i '���   '"',-:     ' d  \ audeVlIle .
.and Da  nin sot   ALL    i;Ull    Uf    utt.     ddfu,
hi th? meantime a mo bad been      Rial in< bb, \\ < QTH -(ui'.' ard
I 'J ''': ' Saturd;    ��� . mines.- .
���-.'������   .    lie rei irnc I to \ei ii ' "
I ' irpriseil to find :    Two I
I ' '   '   performunce    commences    at     7:3o
Second
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oth Ave.
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t" ���   mail  reci l\   I Moi
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B. C. Electric rallw ij
10   i   .. in.-
No,   2:   Vlctorl '.  No   1
"'��� .   dail     excep
r ecetved al   '
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rm   ���  .       ..iiii.o
eived   T u   la
C   p, it. o. ,1 i ���:;.! p.m.
.i   the  same
iig  wiiinee- mouths:
;-' V, ... ll,;,,., IsliUI  I. Pi
i .������ ton,   Sunbury.   daih
e .   K, turn malls receli
r (ro"i ii i, in. ��,, n ii. in.
Wednesday and Satur-
tnall on Wednesdays and
Vl";'    '-���   No,
���'   ���
I
K    2
%;.��__��i_s
on Deliverer*
1 the i. ���,
ent to '    ' D ors ��1   :'
2.30; nights a    7.00.
���   MULLALY  SISTERS���Refine
1    IM-
t-    o     a
i   . C. S.   Co
or state
n   i   ���.'   The Great Hern Jlgio
doo
:    Dunklin & Co.- Coi  ���  '    S
Ists.
i of 1      Mentell and  CUffo
o and i . from IJie couri t'i
I "���   S��� -'y      onl. mind read r "S We.' '
'   : I       ':v0 hi"n"'   Grace  Huntl
, e
ll-
The  V Wareham.
id bave      N  '-     - people ��
to d - '. in.
e a I unt-  movln :
i, rldli and top
1     I:"- ;mi1 ed io
' "ill V   it _
n.  Thej      '   '  '    at any ":   '
I   . . . ' 11 your fri
ri wl i       ��� '   ��� ���
up 	
: WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
look
e
iiii il.   "Yes,   miss,   ye;    - ou   ��� eem   to
. all right."
Everything
��� i .nS Caf
. .
_____T.v?___mv ,'���   .
is what no   firm can affor'! to   giv
if they expect to remain in business
.JH.w Bismarck Kept Up Steam.
Iul . . ..-.- I went t.i Bi -i inrck's
1 was placed upou tlie s ifa in
ml if n table covered with teacups
and bottles of beer and als., with her
ud oj ters llis new hi ;hness
(Ilisinarck) speedily arrive I and sal
lown by me, lie began by consuming
Innumerable oysters, herrings and ham
and drank beer with Boda water.���
Kohenlobe Memoirs.
His Great Failing,
"lie's a good friend of yours, isp't
l.e'.-"
��� i ;'.i. only medium."
"\\'!|.. do von meat) by medium?"
"Ob, lie listens while I tell him all
of my troubles, bul he also wants me
t > listen  while he tells me all of his."
London Telegrapb.
Kitchen ('Wd-.v.
Dining Chairs.
Dining Sets...
buc up
.$ t.OO "
L6.00 "
r
25c   per  yard   up.
Kitchen Tallies $1.75 up
Fall Leaf Tables  4.50 "
Oak Dining Table, 8 ft. ex.. 8.00 "
Rugs
All kinds at biir reductions.
A  Good  De.il Worse.
"I  had  i '  walk the floor all  night
i the I i 'an j ou think of any-
hint; worse than tbat?"
"Yes;  you  might bave married out
i Greenland, where tv o.::t. are six
iths i mg."
. .
ONLY
FRIDAY, JtUUMir, Sil
Henry    B.   Harris,
Managi r of "The Lion and the Mous
Company .announces
The Favorite American  Actcr
RALPH   STUART
���IX��� .-���   '
The Great College Play
STRONGHEART
(By   William   C.   De   Mille)
"In  all the world  no show  llki   ih;o'
The greal 'sl theatrical achl< v. ment
ol' nm.lern times.
Seats on saie al Ryall's Drug Store
Prices $1.50. $1.00. 75c and 50c.
Special values in Linoleums & Oil Cloth*
? nothli    . .       uplace  rhlci
: i p made t.e appear bunonillf
Goctli*
rooxsLEirs
I     _>
English and Americrtn Billiard Ta>
tales, Bowling Alleys, etc. New anl
second - hand  tables and supplies  In
stock.
R.   H.   CLISL'RN
i.     '. i P   0,  Box  1186
��� Uley, P :i ler St.,
VANCOUVER
Samuel   May &
Toronto.
Well Known
Souvenir
I
I
Viet oria,  No.
el.  I
t.ake;  closes ai
30
��� ki cepl   Sunday.      Return
Choice Display
Of Wall Papers  and   Pictures.     All that is newest and most
artistic in designs and color combinations for this'season's
business.
''I'     '     o.i ai 6 p. in
Burnabj'    \&y
Return    mall   i'
ll"1 by Q.N, Pyler. 4 o m.:
P. in.
eePl'PatC
IS " " 'tliern   points,   daily excep
L    y'   l!",ll''�� mall ll p, m.
S|''"""1 ���'.' C.P.R, train at 3:15 p.
'"' mall closes at 2:80 p.m.:
L  ;'l,';i1'.   unl Vancouver, No. 96  (0
[ '     ,'1 i. Becond mall). Return mall
|'ect|ivfe(l at i
Hpow,,,   No   ,,. Mllli.|d(li Na ,,
���     ''"'��� dally except Sunday.   R��>
"ii I.... i ,
"  "'"'iveo  hi j   p, m.
P.  in.
W. E. FALES,
The Home Furnisher.
die no Toys. New Westminster; B. C.
..r \e\  Westminster and dl��t-ict
On Sale at-
Morey's     Booksto'e    and
at   Gamon s  Cigar   Divan
t-TAdfertlse lhe town wo live i,i 1 >���
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr
friends.
Westminster
Transfer Co
POST  CARDS V��^ 'alls * Northern Ry Co.
Nelson i ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
lie only a!! rail route between all
joints east, west and soutb to Ross-
I, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
\.-.rihcrn, Northern Pac'fic and O. R.
4 N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ('lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and  Nel<son.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
)fflce 'Phone 1KB.      Barn 'TOone 187 I tool.
Columbia 8t. Leave
Q.20 a.ih.
ll.tj p.m.
<u ��o a.m.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy HauKnf
OiKite���Tram Depot
_* -~M~
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  7.15 p.m.
. Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
.. Nelson   6.45 p.m.
H   A   IACKSON
ADVERTISE IN THS DAILY NEWS
������"--'���������"���-���"^wi*'^,^y/ggf��y*i*'''��y���� -J
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THE   da ! L V   NEWS
���i
The Choicest and Freshest
Go to
CA. McKILLOP,
Phone 310.
SUCCESSOR TO R. C. PURDY
Columbia 8treet, next to Tram office
*>**4>***>*>*>4
Mains was, perhaps, the most acceptable mer  o
his humor was i I a natural    011 an I
refined onll    and
not carried to > mpanj
n . best in chi >rus w,>. b '. ti ugh
i.e. bad in s l" and ' ��� aist waa
b performer of rare abllitj and accomplishment. Should this same company be upon the list of attractions
uee.x; season the course managers wl l
be greeted hy '.mother enorm ms audience���but, unless the opera hous..
shall be enlarged, the audience can
hardly be greater���and evry Individ-
'e nal may be sure of being pleased with
!the performance.���Reporter, Loveland,
Colo.
Best 25c meal in the city at Kenny's
i a 21 meal ticket for $4. ������
SOMETHING   FOR   THAT   PERSON   FORGOTTEN
LEFT  A   VERY  HEAVY   STOCK   IN      GOLD.
SILVERPLATE  &  CUT GLASS  NOVELTIES
WE   HAVE
GOLD-FILLED,
ETC..   ETC..   ETC.
8TILL
SILVER
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pui>-
lishlng   Company,   Limited,   at   tliet
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and
streets, Xew Westminster, B. C.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, fas and Hot Water fitters, ffc.
E.  A.
existing mills or in new mills to be
in operation   within   a   given   period, 	
Bay two vears.   In case rhe conditions i     D      ���      _   ..____, ...
Repairs of all kinds given special at-
are  not  complied   with,   these  limits ��� tention. Sewer connections made.
H-out   shou]d    revert    t(J    the    Gov,%nment I Moderate Charges. Phone   A .'177
  withol,t ProceM ot ,aw-   WhPn ,h j Front St. New Westminster
_ . ., _, Legislature is In session we shall have	
Paige Managing  Director _., '
a   e something more to say ou this question. We are glad, no matter what
has caused the Order in Council, to
see the tide of give aw.iy sti mined if
only for a little while,
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith     Diamond   Merchant
Columbia St.,   Next Tram  Office
FRIDAY.   DEC.   27.   1907.
THE    REASON    WHY.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
Ijl OR SALE, BEST 60RD-WOOD
at |5.00 a cord, delivered. T
H. Foster, General deliver)
Westminster.
New
**************>*********>*+*
I-
The
merchants of New Westminstei
are all  of one opinion, that  is,  that
the greatest   business   in   the history
of this city was done up to midnight
on Christmas Eve, and the chief characteristic  '.mis  marked  by purchases,
while of little more costly nature than
usual, were In the main more sarivec-
able,  and  to see the  stores crowded
contin lously  during the  last   week it
would  never occur   to   anyone   that
there   was,   or   had   been,   the least
l shadow of a financial stringency he.e
or elsewhere.   Knowing t..��t a financial lanic has swept, over the Republic south ot us, of which traces are
yet  in   evidence,  one   naturally ask.,
why it is  tliat  we  have  not felt  ti.0
effects of tliis monetary disturbance?
To properly answer the question we
must retrospect a little. In 1893, when
the  last  great  panic  occurred in  thf'
United States, Canada felt the effects
from Ocean  to Ocean.    Our business
houses loiterel and fell, the iuaiiur'ae
turers of which were noi bankrupt on
account of losses in tbe land of the
Stars   and   Stripes,   ha i   perl iree   ti
clos.   down   end turn  th ii   th tisan !-
of skilled mechanics from i.,e accus
tomed work bei au3e their gre n market wns closed, glutted with stocks foi
which there was nu prospect of sale,
and  the  Conservative  government of
die day staggered,    i.e wil lered    ani
helpless, struggled on for thf; e years
without a ray of hope for the people
of   the    country,   administering   increasi 1 doses of the only  known or
jujiposed panacea, the  National Policy.   We had been sending the bulk of
our output and crop over the line and
it is no wonder we reeled under the
staggering blow until there came upon
the horizon a statesman   with larger
conceptions, with broader views, w.io
���Seized   the   waiting  opportunity   and
'gave us tlie British Preferential tariff,
New markets were thrown open to us
beyond the seas and things began to
mend.    Like   the   process of   thought
one   market   suggested   another  unti
now our Canadian  products are to be
found in every land and  the  temporary closing of one or iwn,-  market's
!-.- - not materially affect us.    We are
ii.iu   c< tnmercially  a   nation,   in i w ���
can   pass  through  a   nee   ��� n     crisis
withoul    a    Hurry,    becau e,    though
wai es may h re nol
i  ��� We bi irm
....
���.,..-.���
a people
....
rre.   This cohfld
i il effeel
oiida
I
with 'I   ice  i.e
Williams'  Original   Dixie  Singers.
The   performance  of   the   Williams'
TENDERS    WILL   BE   RECEIVED
FOUND - ���  ON   coi.CM;.I \\   ST.
gold  bracelet.    Owner may ha\ ���
same by applying at this office, proving property anel paying cosl of   ad
vertlslng.
_       .vuv^__,i ��  LvU I
o  inal    Dixie   Jubilee    Singers   on ' b>' the "nderslgned, and marked "Ten-,
Tuesday  evnlng  was the   finest con-! ders for Supplies," up to 1 p. m, Sat-   ^-.     j^,       p|*.-jntf>f-   ���
cert ever given in  U.veland-and thejurda-v' December 28th,  1907, for sup-   VV.   HU    L^rCl|J%SB
audience was a verv appreciative and   Ijlyin^ i<be hospital from 1st January/
enthusiastic one.   The humorous Wil-   190S- t0 31st December, 1908, with the
,  =������   following  articles:
bread
THE
CASH
STORE
TURNBULL'S
BAKERY'
4th and Columbia Sis.
All kinds of fancy pastry,
f rirsJ,class candies. .Fresh ed at the __#_.
tatty. G. B. chocolates. '   """
Bread 5c per loaf.
white  and   brown
Beef;
IViutton;
Milk;
Drugs;
Groceries;
Woo.!, slabs,  per cord;
Coal, washed nut;
Fish;
Funerals.
Detailed   lists    of  drugs.   _,.
ef, mutton, and fish can  be o^ tain-
B. C. Land
Surveyor
t.llard  BlocK.    New  Wei.tmir.��t*ir.  1 C
I*
groceries.
Not from }
Ottawa or Japan ���
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap laoor question
Pure Food
Supply Co.
To Hie Citizens of New telminsler
We hai    opened a ni ���'���      ���������:������      tore   n th<
tr;   i" ma .... that  It   will ; o  you te. . ������
Is new and up to-date.
NO OLD GOODS
�����*w,
A  few price:
fo   '
: S   w .
R    ..      ..���
Come and have a look at
our Xmas Cake before buying elsewhere.
30c per pound.        It is gcod
Neither  the  lowest   or anv   tender I T,, ,+     u
necessarily accepted JlJSt . have   >'0ur   garments,
Samples  of  the  groceries   an I   all Wlt*1   t,ie   Unjon    Label
attached,  made by    :
J. N. AITCHISON
Columbia St.        New Westminstei
Choice  Hams   	
Selected  Eastern  Eggs.  3 dozen    for   	
Half gallon  tins Canadian   Rock   Maple   Syrup
Finest   Singapore   Pineapple   	
Box  Magic  Bak'ng  Powder.
$1.00
40c
a.w nca     CLU 1     all
information old dnable on application
to  the   Lady  Superintendent,   ar   th ���
hospital-
W.  IF. KEARY,
Secretary R
Xew  Westminster.   D.   C,
Decembi r 18th,   1907
C.  II.
I	
ADVERTISE IN THE I,Ali,'.  NEWS. | J
_*mi
I Pure Food Supply Co.
��� TUT?  n \ on   r-rn/xT,,, !
THE CASH STORE.
Burr Block. r >     l-   c.
Lo,umbia btreet
"���������������������������������~~e~eee*��^���^���^4^^^^
BU LLET I
.     ... e  -   ,i;    l.e-l.   i   ., '
!     .'..��� ��� i   .... ol ' .   H'ev .nnii ni al
Victoria  are gorge I  with   th li   ho] I
Ings of the natural weal h of t he i r ���
\ Inci    ttye   timl er   areas.     If   undei
tii" wiss direction of the present administration,  t lie  fabulous sum -  thai
have found their way into the pocke s
of speculators    would    have  reached
their legitimate place, tli^ treasury of
th    province, Instead of going to enrich a few private Individuals.    Now
that their  holdings nre nol so  much
in   demand   iliuy  have  directed   the
Governmenl to place a real rve on the
timbi r   lanls   until   tbey   sh i.i   have
had  opportunity  to  dispose  of   what
i.iey hold at enhanced prices and the
legitimate mill mun is held up.   Even
al this line date th re are vast areas
unslaked and   further  speculation   in
the natural    wealth   of   fee   people
Should   I'e made an  ia.;...-  .   i. tj      No
ureas   dvuld   I e  granted   unl s i  th i
timber Is to be manufactured In ih>'
IB
I
S3
w
fi
fi
We wish to announce that
s
Y> ���-
Oe   ^^
IW*   *�� V ', .. ���
which has been so successfully carried on   for the
past three weeks will be continued
Until  the New Year
This means only three days  more to take advantage of the great bargains on Shoos.    No mat-
- o \j \___ u, w_\ y i ^j _wm?s_i
Qreat Northern Railwa}'
HOLIDAY     RATES
3  TRAINS  3
To  Bellingham,   Everett  and   S;a>tle.   Wash
Close connections all points Easl and Soutl.
Leave 9:20 a.m., 12: M a. m.,  1.35 p. m
Holiday rates to following points on Bale De      	
24, and 25Ut, December  28,  29,   30,  31,  and  Januarj
,:";'l   ret.,,-,,   limit .all hiloday  tickets Will  be Ja 190S
Teachers and   Students:     (>,��� ,ir<58en,���,.,.	
school   vacation   certificates, tickets  will  be sold totes
ors and students at s ! | and college at same Care   KD
ing to conform to dosing  date  of  ��me,   retu i
'in.,  school  re-convenes.
Melson,  B.  V .  and   return *:���- ���
K" '] ->l1- 0   c . and return....^30.00
,;r:;i e b r -    nd n turn    ;
Midway, B. C, an .     ���
a      ���     in
'' ':':'    B. C     md  return..     o.   ���
1'. C. MEYERS, :
Phone  1<)4' NEW WESTMIN
Istant G    ���     |p
HISS
*���'?�����*
..._-.
$ CHOICE      ^EF
KvJ Fresh Pork Sausagea I  i   <
\\1&i Besl of Farm
ee��?        """"""
"J
f;    TV    Lil" ^J ^^ vai^cmib un anoes.   ino mat-   m ��� 	
ter what shoe you ask for, you can exneet   a  Hk    &Q n   *r    ������
count of from 10 to35percent. ofTeregular price"   g felfiC M^
Perl
erk
. Remember, on Tuesday evening next the curtain drops--the big sale ends-after which prices
must be different. '
;t be different. '���   glp  ^DAj^F
Keep your eyes on us for the next three days. |  _^^2___T
* m   TW"   d��0rt   fT��m   Geo' Ad��">:  Grocer
JOHINSTON'S
Big  Shoe   liouse,   Limited
m\t
&
���	
SS.McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Prop,
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster
S
8
Ladles' (lold Watches  from  112.75 up.
Gontlf>rnnn's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches, double
ruse, $7.50 dp.
I Agent for the celebrated South Fiend
'Watches, Bupplled   to   tho    Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted
Chains, ItltiKs. ,Iew��lry. etc., etc.
Watch   repealling;    oharges   reason-1
able.
.Importers, Meanufacturers
ers in Ladles' and Geul
,   FIMO HAIR <'",ir)S
isforniations.
|V.l.-
Toopes, Wins, Trail
Pompadours an I
HwllclK'fl
Marcel Wave, Bleaching
i*.   Manicure and Massage, 0MH
Dye-
;ii).iy
Kip  r
ssasseeeeecee^'AmiRTisi
and Scalp Troii::: nl
���136 Granv'lle  St. Lqa^.
DEC 27.  1907.
the  DAILY  NEWS
page nvs    1
'-���'   '���'"���'���     '-    ������ -     .-���:
T.  H.  SMITH
*����������*   w
Get Clearing Prices
SPLENDID inducements to procure an additional gift or two.
Perhaps you have inadvertently overlooked somebody in the rush.
Here's your opportunity, to make
[good, at a saving too, in outlay.
Gert's H. S. L'nen Handkerchiefs, in fancy boxes: regular $2.50
1or    $1.50
Qent'a H. S. Linen Handkerchiefs, in fancy boxes; regular $3.75
for       $3.00
Children's   Initial   H.   S.   Silk   Handkerchiefs;  regular 35c for ....  20c.
Sv, ss   Embroidered   Lawn    Handkcrcmefs:  regular 25c for 6 for $1.00
Big Discount Off Prices
Of All Fancy Linens
|     .     and   $15.00   Sable   Ruffs,  go  a'.    $14.00  and  $10.00
GOOD  FURS TO  GO  AT  A  FRACTION   OF THEIR VALUE
$7.50 and  $5.00   Mink  Marmots   Stoles, go  now at  ....   $3.75 and $4.50
$10.00 and  $3.50  White Thibet Boas go  now at       $7.50 and $5.00
Foxaline    and    Russian   Hare  Throws:   regular $5.00 and $3.50
S ''  and  Lace  Blouses, at    $2.75
f$6.00 and $4.50 Ones.)
But we must  have the tables for other gcods.    So the pr,ce cut-
process has been applied to make the more speedy clearance pos-
s b.p.
2C dozen Cashmere and  Luster Waists,    mostly    cream,   black,    navy.
and cardinal;    worth  up to $4.00,  all   selling  at $2.25.
*444444********>***+***4*** ***** ������������������������������ �����������������
The Cash Stores
!>���&
m S    :'-,
McQUARRIE &
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
1      'NT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
SALE
|FRE8H FISH
Fresh  TOM   CODS
Fresh WHITINGS
Fresh   HERRINGS
Freah   LEN   COD
Fresh   HALIBUT
Fresh   SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
SM0KED FISH
Smoked  SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
om��ked   KIPPERS
Smoked  BLOATERS
Smoked  COD
I CITY FISH CO.
Telephone 40.
PRINTING
Have your printing done ln
��� nun by I lie local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY  NEWS BLOCK
\k Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor  Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Hox  64i>.
Start now an ��� ir   mi als   at
Kenn) '*
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The B C. B. R. ��� mplo; ees extend
thanks to the B. C. Cigar factor) and
to l_. A. Ixjwis. of the Brunette s*w :
mill , for gifts oi cigars received <>n
Christmas liay.
Do you want a new cottage an    a
large lot, below market value? We
can suit you for$1000, only $400 cash
and balance easy. Abbott & Hyde,'
next Guichon Hotel.
Following  a time  honored  custom,
all the habitues of the Guichon hotel |
inscribed  their  names and   places  of
bepyhood residence in the office registry on Christmas morning.
Miss Ethel Crake is spending the
holidays at home with her parents.
having arrived here from Revelstoke j
on Tuesday, She will leave again on
her return Journey on Saturday, January 4. ,
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If you are a hearty ea'er, see Ken-
n> about it. He can sat'sf) you for
2 bits, **
\V. Norman Bole, K. C, and Mrs.
B le loavr r����� ���* an oxtended trip
through Southi rn Callforu'a and Mexico on Saturday morning. They ex-
pect to return to the city about the
I sl 'ii April.
chief Watson yesterday acknowled-
gi e|. mi behalf of the members of the
fire 'iii; iii<.. the receipt of seasonable
gifts from I". .1. Hart, J. G. Gamon, the
Ii. C. CigaT factory and several other
firms.
from on a
bo... Issued by ll linson, of Lon-
entitled "Memories of the Past,"
an.l ..-, due to the pencil of the Duke
of Argyll, he having made tiie sketch
shortly alter hi.s return from this trip
to tlut coast. The picture Bhows the
Indians matching along Columbia
���treet���a very different Columbia
street from what it i stoday, tlie only
recognisable landmark -bung St.
Peter's Roman Catholic cathedral.
The Marquis of I_orne and Kintvra
wax --overnor general of Canada from
1878 to 1SS3, and succeeded to the title
of Duke of Argyll on the deathTof his
father in 1890, He is the author of
a number of publications, including
"Memoirs of Canada anil Scotland."
and 'Canadian Pictures." both published in 1885.
At t-he closing exercises of Dundou-
ald bchool, Burnaby. the teacher, M s-
II. P, Crake, wa* presented by her
pupils with a combination purse and
hand ay, accompanied by an addnss
in which tlie scholars expre. s d their
appreciation of the work done by their
teacher in the past ami expressed the
hope that the pleasant relations ex-
isting tetween them would continue
for many terms to com.-. Thu closing
exerci.-es were attended by a number
of parents and others interested in
the work of the Bchool, The pupils
had prepared for the occasion a litt.ie
entertainment, a hand painted program, the work of some of the clever
children, being given to each visitor.
Trustee Maxwell Smith addressed the
children on a topical subject, after
which  the  prizes   were distributi rt by
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4  a large Honeycomb.. Spread tor $1.75    our regular price, $2.""
Bedspreads, etc.
J 100  pairs  Blankets, regular $6.00  tor $4.90.
��� Comforters, regular $2.5o, for$1.90.
��� Come right in and get pric.is  on  our   Furniture.    Vou  are   w������!���
4 come.
t Left  over  Christmas  novelties at half price.
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PLENTY
Of Good Things
Still  on   Hand I
| Public Supply Stores |
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For cut flowers, Douipiets    or fun-   Mr Skinner.
eral   designs   telephone   T.   Davies  &
Son, B. 208. ���*���
G ;, s< ore of three ; oints to nil
'-..��� Va ii ei.s I-. ':���:;���, ;���'.-.���. n 1 am d ���
feated the Stanford ti a.n on Wednesday afternoon at Recreation Park.
The game was played on extremely
nmdd-. ground, which accounts for .ho
poor showing made by the visitors.
All   kinds  of    [lot-plants    and    cut
i'.i-.v' r- al Tidy's,    Phone A 1S4.       **
I.   i'   I...   Maling   ,who   ti r sevi ral
mo -b>-    i.ast    has    been    assigning
��� e ..��� ������ sts in the Guichon hotel,
res'i;ned  from that position, and
��� en s ucceeded    y G, lx>we.   Mr
Malii    .      ture   mo\ emenl 3  are   not
rei decidi .I upon
Glad you enjoyed ..our Xmas dinner
al Kenny's .I'isi as good all year
round. **
Messrs. Frauklin and McPhers, u
have leased the premises recently
vacated by Hardman & Co.. Macken-
��� zie street, and Intend to lit up tha
place for the purpose of giving vaudeville entertaluit-flnU during the win
tor months. The Hrst performance is
to be given on Dec. 3.0, when a fiist
class bill will I e presented.
A spiondiri   program  ii  being prepared in  connection  with the annual
Christmas entertainment of the West
End   Methodist   church,   which   is   to;
take   place   lu   tbte   schoolroom   this ,
evening,  commencing    at  S    o'clock, j
Cheruaea, readings,    recitations,  e;c,;
are some of the features which will be i
presented  by   the  children,    while    u
fancy drill, ir- which twelve boys and
the same  numter of girls  will  lake
part, is to be one of t.ie most Interesting features,  rivalling    the    floral
drill to he presented by fourteen ��'.r!s
Every child attending the school will
be  presented  with    .i  gift,    a    huge
Christmas  tree being  laden   for *ha:
happy purpose.    Admifsion will be on
payment of twi uty-five conns, a spe< lal'
rebate  of  two bits    being  made    to
scholars
$1.00 A MONTH
CARD   OF THANKS.
The Sisters of   Charity    of   Prov-
idence  return    their    most,    grateful
thanks  to  the Gentlemen  and Ladies\
for  their  generous  donations to    St.
Mary's Hospital.
FOR ONE DOLLAR A MONTH
WE WILL PAY YOU A WEEKLY
INDEMNITY FOR ILLNESS OF
ANY KIND AND ALL ACCIDENTS, AND BESIDES WILL
PAY $1,000 TO YOUR BENEFICIARY IN CASE OF ACCIDENTAL
DEATH AND $2,000 IN CASE OF
ACCIDENTAL DEATH ON ANY
PUBLIC CONVEYANCE.
ENQUIRE   ABOUT    THIS    NOW.
Opera House Bookings.
A  quiet  wedding took  place at   St. Williams  Jubilee  Singers   ....Jan.    I
Barnabas' church on Christmas Hay, strongheart   (Ralph   Stuart). .Jan.   3
Mr.    l'elhain.   of   Vancouver,    being   juvenile   Uostonians    lan. HI
united  to Miss  Enilb   Proctor, form- Gorton's   Minstrels ran. 15
erly of Bradford, Yorkshire, England,  Devil's Auction   Jan. 2"?
the  Rev. C,  W,  Houghton offlclat.ng.   \w  Are Kim:  lan. 2*
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
.���ddiii i   I re r. asl   was  s rvi d  at   Kerry   Gow
 I'Vb.  25
T ii h   Dream  City    Mar.   2
i ������   . The now.;. wecRcd couple then   sis In New York  April I
tlnir honeym.o      The   Burgoma.sit.er    \.prll -���
a  thi i  tne;
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quoy's i:i:*.'l������ on Christmas n ght.
Ot'aor winners -.a",' R. 0, Cayor, Cm I.
V. llbi rg, W McRae. J, Lian. W
vin. A, G. McDonald, .1 Fe mi y
C. Perking. Pipi b In ease's, of
ing value, were th" prizes ������..
similar nrtlclnH being pi
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var;. ���
iftersd,
up Jor th"
i,,v,  shake raffle, when the following
captured i rixes, tbe lowesl  man hav-i
lng a L6 thi-owi George McDonald, L.i
Wheeler, V. Carpenter, W, Kel.lngan,
.1.  Speed,  H   K,  Larson, C.  H.   Per
kins,   L.   Wheeler.   C.   Walsh   and   ('   j
lHackstock     Another raffle is to take
place 00  New  Years night.
A copy   of   ihe    London Graphic
rlateil Dec. 7 contains some matter of
especial interest, Ihis being n memory SKetoh of an Indian torchlight pro
c.nsslon given In this city in honor i
Um visit, of the Marquis of Lorne, I
now Duke Of Argpll, some twenty-J
sev n    earn ago.    The  ideture Is  re-
Is ovei no doubt :
ful. So a ive i iu [oi oui
ll ral patrons luring the eu
and partlcularlj during the pas
few weeks, i lur tra ie' h ts b en
most $rai If) Ing toi the ye u 19 17.
\\'e i.ike this opportunity to a-
press our gratitude for your kind
co-operation during the past and
hope to be mutual friends for
years to come. Wishing you a happy N'ew Year.
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Dominion Trust Block.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
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Dressing Gowns
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McQUARRIE   &   Co
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance  Agents        nancial /*
Caruso, tiie tenor, who is Neapolitan
by birth,  starti d  Ip  his  I   ms to become an engineer ned a sap-
pei s' reglmenl In Italy.
Win          -',. ������!��� ���������:���   Churcl
colonies ��e Brit-
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B   tl . Kmpj ��� hue
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tle, ' -.. Her incon ������ geoes
���-.:.... do   her   state  and
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Autard.    He   Is   a
Freni hman   with  a  sh ip  in   th ���  best
Paris and  has as patrons
: Ithy bald head - of the
woi
An i Ihrlstlan   Scientists  ou
the stage are David BIspham, Whitney
M -.-_���. \\ llliam Norris, II. Clay
B rn bee, Mary Ellen Lease, the lecturer, and Clarn Louise Buruham, author and reader.
Sir Wilfri l Laurier has conditionally
accepted an   Invitation   from   Burling
ton, VI . to attend the tercentenary' eel-
i of 1 ::!:.��� < bamplain's dlscot
,-,-\ in .1909    ud 1 'est < 'annda in
t lf p
lonnlres ha re come from
the n ' .    Phe mosl
Mr i'���irn... li
who " is firsi a messenger nl Pitl
burg and  then an   -  i al  $25 a
nd   Mr.   Edison,  who   was   n
telcg ��� pher.
ei. \; ���    11 ted  to
'                place as a rep irl r on a Quln-
cy (ill. wspi per I ��� s1 irl  .   cl ��� : ���
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FRONT ST.   Pbone 333 fROIMT ST.    Phone 333 front
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House Jackets
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Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   . $ 6,00
Reduced io 4.80
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   - 11.00
Reduced lo 8.80
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   - 12.50
Reduced (a 10.00
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   ��� MOO
Beted fo 12.00
house Coals, regular price
House Coals, regular price
lCu acres, I _ I      ' ��� ������
NINE LO i S i n Brun-
and I    tillery streets,
pperton,   ?160U;    naii
, '.-.,'.;���' -'i- IC'l'lllS. ntn ;    5 room
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,      :   b  b 2. :��� , 13, ���        . . '
. 71, '.2. bb Tl
[rom
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5125 to $200. ''���'      ' '
., , ,    Hoffards an I Thomson
ise on Hamilton  street,
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ACRl 9 t two    iih
..   : aenl       io.
. . ar line; ill  Pric* $MOO.
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ith e Btation, I
an l partly  fenci -b  ���     I   ���   ���*��� nth
s r0l .....  a]] modern ad sta  le.    i'i   ���  $16 per acre:
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ish, ! al ue el rangi
s.i,   . .;  n     Price $2700.    $H   ee ,   '   !R1 3,            9, Lol N
��� a time. ���-"'   ���    e 'i'1' '   ������   "'   ,1'" ' '���
to   Royal 'ee.           e     $300;   ball   cash
-  ���.               een i           LOTS,   132x132, X -W
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ing  io                ,        ads,        ' $10j0; h
7  LOTS
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House Coats," regular .price
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Reduced fo 2.00 1
��� 7.00 I
Reduced lo 5.50 I
- ��.00
Reduced fo 7,00
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:. I    irge i
.   bouse   fi
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P     . $3500.. Ti
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2 lots on 81
Bth Ave. on e ; ful
132;  Nos.   ' and  12.     P - hi
both,
Block, ; ol Auckland & llth St, and Royal Ave., aln
$o ��__' n
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$800  ca:
bo; is the time
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to Florid n
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lie lias
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ii - ��� tall ar
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rakish a   I      tei       to
the 'ee.. eek,
lie. is aloof I
lied out
i o   i on   n   branch   over   i
nd     alts for liis in, mspi cting
er 1 : by.
In . a  fish he drops,  .lives
;.   I th .    t' e re's :i   Btruggle.    fie  re-
- to his bough  with a  fish iu his
mouth.- S^r. Louis Republic.
to select a New
y.-.       ������������.  ;.:
-ll.
1400.
.   .CINO    ith   AVE.,     . .
S r.   LVD   PINE  ST :   ORCHARD,
FRU1 r OF ALL KINDS;  7-ROOM
. L     MODERN
i 3,     SEWER    CON-
ION,      PRICE  $8000;   -
CASH, AXD  BALANCE  IN  tl,  12,
: I, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6% .
The Wardrobe Clothier
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EDITORIAL  FLINGS.
China Is so much Inlpres. ed ley this
menl tliat it bas 'entered -. ,000 new rifles. -Chicago News.
England boasts thai 11 does not mix
oratory In its murder trials, wbicb will
con   dered humane by all who have
Bril   .. or ��� . ���      Brooklyn Eagle.
I or tlie nexl few months the list of
tesl   i: Ing   Americans"   will   be
. change e ��� ery time a player
'..���  b_i  smashing oul a home
run .  '.in Post.
) .-���      '. ip of Loi tl        lys married
braver  than   bachelors,    Of
 bc.i   ui        I'I ��� "  wouldn't  be
If  evi       ti . .   bad   a
��� o    McFull Mirror
Old Fashioned.
\\ hi ! '. I me ol the old rush
loned '- ��� -���- ���>���. bo w ore n slut smile .
Win! lii . be blon-
cei farmer who referred to town men as
"town dudes?"
What bas becoi f i he ol ! fashloi
ed woman who said, "Hear tbnl child
bark!" when the child had a cold?
When the old fashioned woman meets
a little girl who is nol growing v.ery
fast, she says. "They must keep a brick
on your bead."
Whal has become of the old fashioned hoy who when asked where he got
his new hat replied, "Sold eggs and
btiyeil It?"���Atchison Olobe.
Nuggets.
Cheerful looks make every dish a
feast.
One in love with truth need never
ask about bin reputation.
Shabby Hollies are no longer an allowable eccentricity of genius,
The hunger of man for riches has r^
duced chaos to order, forests to gardens.
Culture Indicates superiority, and superiority Impresses others.
A rough, rude, coarse man uer cr*
ates hh Instantaneous prejudice, clos<M
hearts and burs door* agal��_tt us.- -Sue-
wis Mngarlne.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
-.(   E.   WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager,
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issue.i at the following rates;
$."i  ea l under  3 cenU
O    . J", and nol exceeding $10  fi cents
$10 and nol exceed 0 10 cents
O ���    ���   ' and nol exceeding $50 15 cen
Thi   1   orders are PAYABLE  AT PAR at anj office    in   Canada
���   1       lanli   1 V'.e. m   ��� . se] te I),  and at the principal tig polnl
be 1 ..   od Sta es,
-. gotl ible al a fixed rate al
THE CANADIAN HANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENO.
rin y form .'ii excellent   method of remitting   small  1 ims of  mom ���   aril
and al :ost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R DAVID80N, Manager
House and cottagi    m 1 lol ..
r $12.;
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-','���, acres of the besl soil, 10 acres
ch ared, und r cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenclng to bear;
now l.eei... :���_, storey, ,", rooms; ben
e 1, In good ord* r; some acres
planti I with wheal, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby Bprlng, Halance
of property easily cleared. Price
54.700; $2500 cash, balance (I
and 12 months.
Thl ; : ert; Is e.i,: ��� o rnile from
tram line over two hundred chickens and iim lis could be sold with the
property at a snap.
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Trains & Steamers | Grand Trunk Ry.
n P 11      MUM    I.IMI.' <f
1 \-'i acre.--, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Streel and
Royal avenue, Invaluable for industrial site,
$4,50C. One half cash,
balance to be arranged
Lj
CP.It.   MAIN   LINE,
Leavi   Ni iv Westminster 8:35, 11 :'���',',.
1.. 15, 1 i:2u, 18:40.
.' rrlve    New    Westminster    10 25
I'i: 15, lv-.'ii), 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives    12. lb
leaves  15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
l.v. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattlo 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
L,v. Vancfiuver 8..15 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
O. N. ft.���PORT OUICHON.
Leave New Westminster i!:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon (i p.m.
Leave Guichon G a. m-, arrive New
New Westminster fciiiO a, m-
���Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER
l.v, New Westminster 6.50. 6.50, J
tnd 8 a. m��� and evcry half hour there
ifter till 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver for Westminster -t
turns hours
Excellent Train Service Beiween
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and tho MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VAjX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
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ADVERTISE
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
Subdlvli lon of lot 46, blocli 6, con
prising   ome of the finesl residential
Blti 1   in the city for sale exclu I 1
by us.   This magnificent   property Is
situated on the corners or Fourth b.vi
nue,    Flrsl    streel    (facing   Queen'e
park-  and   Emory Btreet,  comprl ill ������
in all ten 33x120 foot lota facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the coiner  lot facing Fourth    avenue    an I
First street, held  at. $1000);  two  lota
on Fourth avenue,  12 1-2x120, at $600
per   lot;   four  lots-,   52   1-2x85,   $'150;
five lots, $400.    Call at our office on
Front street and Inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 aeres In see. 82, Tim.ier. flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
stieet and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 Inside lots $200 earh. Prloo
$950. cash.    Single lot* at cash
$60 e
H O L a r.
I .- .
All      I:
ba 1 closet,
' ; ':.    .-
Of  1 Jl
' i $2,750,
{1,500 ca ....
160 acres on the 81 otl road, 15 ���
I;    ia   1  50 \ :i";  Btables,
splendl I soil; onl) $J0 per .1 re, |
cash, balance easy.
Pari (er lol ie:', Joins Lal a C mmur,
about 70 aeres, only $25 per acre
Half rash.    .lump.
7 lots Nos. M tii 86 and 95, 95 faces
I on Sth avenue, next  to Qunns ranch,
1 lots cleare 1 withoul a 1 tump; small
house,  ..... en    house,    175    1 .'u,ice
' chicken  ; horw and  rig; $tr00 cash
Lots v. 17 and 20 of 11 of 3, P
$500 for thn e or $175 earh;  1-2 ��� 1 '
. e   -   months al T per cent.
I    I sized lol on Royal avenu' ,
en 1 id W     ......
'��� I, $1,200, ?' 00 c    b
Acreage on Vane mvei i I, coi aei
"' GI h .. '. 1522") jeer ac e, Acre
agi  i ��� Belling I 1 it al this price
ied House,
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; o
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos, al ", ���:.
No. 306, 9 1,' 'in...1 bou ie, with bath
room, comer of 6th and Agnes SI
Price $<t,ooc; terms ':. cash, balance
'���', anil 6 months at 7 ���;.
No.  310.   9-roomed   House  and   bath
room,  Aegnes  St.   $3,000;   \_   ca I
balance ',', ami 6 months al 7 ",.
No.  312.���8-roomed   House  and   bath
riKiin,  Agnes   St.      Price $2,500;    y_
cash, balance ,'J and (i mos. nl 7
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres umler cultivation,  10 acres or
chard,   li   acre   sl ra wherries   planted
this year;  alder bottom land;   running
spring; house IS x 22;  frame barn 80
X  32;   U-post   frame  house   ami   cim
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Stationj
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
aeres timber, Mr and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
bouse made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x ,10 A chance of a life
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent.
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160 S.E     i
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$2,100:
���e lot an
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at $Hi each.
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Que an i i ne h
full   siiie  lot,  slf. I
Koyal avenue and  I
street;  9 room-. I
cold  water, closei "I
bearl>;   fruit tree ;   streets on |
sides;   fine  view.    Price J'.800. ����"
ci��h.
Ixit facing 2nd SI
and 3rd Ave., Becoi 1
Ave.;     52x122  !��� 1 j
alongside and  ba        ���"   ���   '���   '
b ilf cash, balance ea        :
I
150   icres Im
itl'l    ���  lee    la    .      '.
all under colth ttlon, $15,000.
can  handle thl
;   ���    In; terms 1 an
j .��� For  the
ipecial price -���
chaser,
House  30x42,   Ith ,
and Mb Ave ;   2 sii '���
bedrooms    upstai |t<1
down stairs; parlor, ii
chen and pantry,
ning back to Ash
$i,r,no cash, balam
at 7 per cent.
Three ful Bized h
north side between Flrsl ���'.
Btreets, No. 5, 6 and 1    '"
each or $1100 fur the i''-'"'-
Full sized bit, north side ��� ��� ;   b
llton street between Sixth and '
road,
Burnaby.
streets;  $2_M).
28   acres  on    Mara
$160 an acre    FOB    ��  '""^ce 1
ONLY.   One-quarter caan,
PEW
PAYS
and 2 years at 7 '/<������
1  lot  No. 24  im
���ide of 4th avenue.
li  street P
prIcfl |200
out"
fide:
full
Block 12 on  12tbSt.e��on^
11 shied ints.   Wce.P*yhi
M��'h,"b��r. 6,12 ��nd I8nx>"th'
4 lots on Fifth Street. 1J j-h
Sub. 15. S. Blk. �� ���fi*
cash, balance 6 monthi at
ML.,, DE
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TIME TABLE
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IKAGWAY. JUNEAU,  PT.  SIMPSON
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc.
S.S-   Princess  May.
��� ���      Vancouver 8 p. m. on follow
ig la
lov, 1 Lv, Victoria 11 p.m. Nov. 12
'"'> - Lv, Victoria 11 p.m. Nov. 26
'c :��� Lv. Victoria 11 p-m. Dec. S
'"' -��� Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Dec. 2a
in ��� ... Victoria 11 p.m, Jan. 8
bn . . victoria li p.m Jan. 24
'��������������� ��������� Lv. Victoria tl p.m. Feb. 8
���> -I Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Feb. 21
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
SS   Princess   Victoria
couver  1:30 p, m- daily;
to  .1 '-. i" ;'. m. daily,
oria  1 a. in.   Iaii; ;    ar
iver 8 ,1. in.
���     "ORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
FJnncess   Cicatrice.
toi .1 8 .'y- a, in  daily ex-
arrivea S attle 2:30 p,
I    Mmi ! 13.
le 11:30 p. in. daily ex.
. . Victoria " a.i.i
. Tuesday.
I NEW     WESTM IN STEP
ROUTE,
ier   fi   P   Rithet.
'*     irla:   v. ��� dnei lay, Satin lay,
UP  RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Cbwk. Sun.. Wed.. Erl.. 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves  New  Wesminster dally ex
cept Sunday at 2 p.m., with additional'
trip Monday at 5 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,'
j Wednesday.   Thursday   and    Saturday ���
j at 1 a. m.i  Friday at li a.m. additional
' trip Saturday G p. ni.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and loth;
from Vancouver at 8 p. m��� 2nd
and IGth of each month, culling ai
Skldegate on flrst trip and Bella Cooia
on second trip.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  AN3A,  LUNO.
ETC.
S.  S.  Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p  m evi rj Tuesdaj.
\    . .. iver :���   1,  in. everj   \v- 2
Rl Lui uln ;   arrises   al   Van-
,it Vlctdrla
Absolutely    PURE
Co.
' irla:     Tuesday,   Friday,
am
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
0 S   Tct'3
irla 11 p.m. 1st and 1 ith
mth tor Clayoquot, Moaqul-
l" "'' "   an 1 way ports;    Tth of cuch
J'""11'  for Quatslno and   way   pi fts;
}h ��f each month for Ahouset, Quat-
Sinn   t ���.      ,-.
'    ' " Scott and way ports.
VANC0UVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. s. Joan
^:n'     Vancouver  1 :-30   p-m. dally,
f*Cept Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
leaves    ...
, '" 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanalmo at
' *��� in
UPPER FRA5WER RIVER ROUTE
, 8. 8. Beaver
;ivo New  Westminster. 8 a. m.
' ",'1'   ��� Wednesdays and Friday*.
loi.vm (;hmlwack Um, Tuesday.
1 Ullre 4
," "'"   '"HI   Saturdays   calling   at
nW   lietwqcn   Now   Westminster
lie
couver Sun lay ati
Mond
. VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanalmo.
Leaves Viol '      la> 7  i"1-; *r-
S  aa e.ee' 1 p in.
I., avi s  N hi ��� rdaj   2 p   m :
...- Victoria 9 p  tn.
For   resi rvatli as  and   infortnatloD
(���all or address
ED   QOULE3T;
Agent, ben  Westminster
K. .1   COYLE.
Utt. Qen   Pass  Agent, Vancouver
J. W. TL'TJP,
General Suuertntendent, Victoria
,anii rjhn
lwi)ql;.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S
HOLIDAYS
Tickets will be on Sal" December
21 22 23. 24 and 25, and December
<V oq' so" Bl,aad January I. Good to
return up to aud including January-8.
at one fare and one third or the
round trip. For other partlculara,
BD. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to B. J. COYLD,
Asst. Qenl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
15 THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED  BY  THE
Easterbrook  Milling
OF EBURNE
A lady should never forget to say���
IMPERIAL
when she wants to obtain the very .best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but vou jret it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest,
We have Unexcelled  Pastry Flour
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Rakers.
Ask for   fcrmlnal,   and   see that you get it.
Feed  ot   all   Kinds.      Hay
The Easterbrooke Milling Co.
McQUARRIE   &   CO.   Local Agents.
112 Front Street.
Expsrience of an American at
an English Royal Levee.
A  RAPID TRANSIT  FUNCTION.
He Was In and Through and Out Before He Really Realized What Had
Happened���The Way His Dif-ici.lty
About   a   Costume   Was   Overcome.
A sis foot Ajnerlcan who bad se-
enred a "command" te. on i of the l-_ng-
IMi royal levees recently found liiui-
self in a pretty predicament.
��� in liis notilic/iiiioii paper was tho
liini that levee dress was in lispeflsa-
ble. In the gulleli-sH Innocence of his
democratic soul the American took this
tn mean that frock coat and ehlny
shni's would he called for.
He was in the act of looking over his
best outfit of that run me when a more
experienced frlemi called and caught
him lu the act The friend made husto
to inform the misguided Yanked that
levee ilress Involved Bilk 8 toe kings,
ruffled sleeves, black sword ami other
Illell.S.
< onsternatlon ensued, lt continued
t.i ensue when owing to his height and
girth no borrowable buIi whs discovered and no tailor could bo found who
would inn!: ��� one before the uext after-
no in. At lust a stage levee dtess v,n*
rented from His Majesty's theater,
wliesre ii bad done duty in "The Last
of the 1 landies."
After the levee was over the American confessed that he hardly knew
whal had happened. When he reached
the palace lie was lirst surrounded by
the yeomen of the guard, who started
h.i'i upstairs w-ith great dispatch. In
the course of his progress upstairs the
yciimen disappeared, noi be found
himself in a lane of tin plated life
guardsmen.
Again the Bcene changed, snys Town
ar:.) Country, and there was a lane of
royal footmen and next a large room
HJIed to overflowing with admirals,
generals, diplomats, peers, chamberlains, soldiers and sailors of all do-
RTees of commissioned rank and Q
l^reat host of men attired like himself
In levee dress. One by one they were
singled out and ushered Into tlie royal
presence in the adjoining room, when;
stood the king surrounded by his suit.
The work of presentation was so
rapid that the American found himself
out aud in another room before he
knew what had happened. His over-
coal was on his back in the same
rapid, mysterious fashion, and the
nest thing he knew he was outside ln
the courtyard. But he was actually
'presented" aud is now- [ irever Hot
fablg, or eligible for presentation at
any court in the world, provided he behaves himself.
All this was preliminary to the presentation of the man's wife and daughter at the drawing room. Men nre presented ot the king's levees, and the
women undergo the same ordeal at the
efmrts or drawing rooms, which aro
by far the more In.posing functions. It
ls probably no exaggeration to say that
everj' time a drawing room Is held
��100,000 is spent by the people who go
to court.
None but a very old habitue of the
court���and then she ls never below the
rank of a countess���would dream of
appearing at court ln a costume that
she had worn '.here l>efore. The Item
of flow ent alone is one of vast Importance. If tt were not for the drawing
rooms the large florists could not exist.
Every woman who ls presented goea
armed with a bouquet, whose value it
at least a pound, and some of them are
worth ten times tbat sum. Then there
are the bookmakers aud the hosiers and
the milliners to consider, to say nothing
of the people who lend carriages.
Suppose there are at a low estimate
,"(Hl people on the presentation list Of
these every mother's daughter has herself photographed in her court costume, and London court photographers
are notorious for their stiff prices.
8t. James' park on the ni..;lit of a
drawing room is tilled with Londoners who wander up nnd down the double line Of carriages Stalled In Ihe mall,
peering into the windows nnd crltlcla-
. g the i ,.siu!i;e> of the matrons and
debutante daughters, it la .1
legitimate privilege of the pop to
co is .. r those \v all ag tor preseul ition
as objects of interesi, and there lie
latter have to Bit, some of them over
an hour, subjected to the gate of London's  citizens.     Vou  see  half  n   d v.en
sho) .::ris Battening their noses against
the window of a nielov brougltll i and
carrying od a rapid ftre conversation
nbout ihe dress of milady nnel lier
daughter inside.
"Ain't she beootlful, Mnry Ann?" or
"Wot do yon think of this un? Ol d m't
like 'er gown at all."
All this has to be borne with Spar*
tan .fortitude so long as there Is no
rotvihism; but, strange to sny, thoffl
never Is.
A good many people starve themselves for months so that they ard
their offspring may have the money to
enable them to go to court. There are
many half pay colonels who live ln
the country vrhofte one object Is to
come up for a drawing roora.
Generally they have Influential and
wealthy friends who make It easy for
them in the matter of lodging In town
and lend them their horses, carriages
and footmen; otherwise it would be impossible for them to go. There seems
to be a tradition that if a man's daughter has not been presented at court
her way to a successful marriage will
not be so smooth. That of coarse Is a
fallacy, but ths tradition never dies,
and so people stint themselves and en-
dun endless seortflces tttt they may
put the hail mark on themselves eai
their offeprtif.
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194 W
SPIT
! FESTIVE DAY WAS
DULY OBSERVED
of heavy sales previous j
fo Xmas, we sfill bave j
quantities of Fresh Gro-
j ceries for the Holiday
seasoi.
Public   Institutions   Celebrated   Christmas  With Due Ceremony���
Rovers Won  Football.
Mrs. Dominy, Prop.
Winder  Hotel   Block.
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
Christmas dawned damp and chill
and a heavy ram (lie night before
had deposited �� disagreeable amount
of mud and slush on the roads. Nevertheless, many sallied forth in th.-
morning in search of amusement, and
the optimists were rewarded with
more than a glimpse of sun later In
the afternoon. .Almost all of the In-
i stitutions in the citj observed the day
��� with fitting feasts, entertainments
and  religious observances
A   Bo;   and a Thousand   Dollars.
A   New   Vork   ynl~ ���   gave   his   son   ���
��� $1,1X10, tiling him to gn to college and  I
I be -em returned .-it the end   I
freshman year withoul a dollar and   |
th several ugly habits.   At the close
.   cacatlon the Judge told his sun
be bad done all be could for blm,
if be bad vvast��2d the money that was
t.i bave taken him through college, be
I ns well leave bome and make bis
own way in the world,   it wns n rude
awakening fur the young man, but be
that his father uns right.  And bo
strong was the good Influence of liis
upright father that be did leave home
to  go  to  work   In  downright  earnest
He went back to college, made bis way
through, graduated at the head of his
.-i.-i.-s. studied law. became governor of
���he state of New Vork, entered the cabinet  "f   the   president   of   the   United
States and   made fl   record   for   himself
that the country will nol willingly  let
die.   It was William II. Seward.
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dec
Evening
Wear
Fabrid
Important social events are on the list f���
alreadj cuatomara are enquiring for th.  -. ^^
-���-     '1  takes time to h���v_ ���.v.,.. . eimlj
***J_
A  Fith  Story,   ^^^^^
"Trout protection!    Nonsense!" snld
e s (riinuer of local eminence,    "Trout
j are nniply able to protect themselves
,' Look   at   their   depredations   among
! ducks, for example, and yon wlll agree i
with me that It's tbe birds that need j
1 protection.    It's a  coinmou   thing for
a trout to Jump from the water, selre
a duck by the neck, drsg the unfortunate fowl Into the depths sufficiently to
leave Its feet sticking ln the air, where
Pe^l Gr./
Pet I
and Ctt��.
His Lordship Bishop Dontenwill nre ' U>*y* "* feet "t,ckln�� ln the ��lr. wl">��>''
sided over the fe stivities at the Pr, i cnn ** no I)Urch*',e "P��� ">e unl
vldenoe Ornhanale     !   h versp' and ,hus lIr,,wn "���   Th��� 'be
Of nZ D iees   *1 ,      T   "r0S,ai"    tf0Ut "U'kS UU' f"a,hers from <*" M*
oi vocal j.ieces, given by the children.! eats It ot its leisure and swims away
was followed   by   the  distribution   of| ' ' ""   '
K'Hs     which   had   hung   before  tbe
S0g
PHONE B 284
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Choice  Meats  and Chickens  always
on hand.
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
GtJTL
A splendid selection of newly
Imported goods from the
Celebrated  Sheffield Makers
;ryson & sons
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St. ^m
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covetous eyes of the children all the
day from two gorgeously dew rated
Christmas trees. Hit Loidship, assisted by the Sisters, distributed the presents. The Sister Superior and <'ffl-
cers of the orphanage desire to return
iheir sine, re thanks to those who b.i
��� ix ir Kind donations made the pr -
si atalion of gifts possible,
a large i rowd att< n le i the football
game between the Nationals, of Vancouver, and the Rovers ai Queen's
Park. Th - visitors wer playlhfe
y.),,:-.  and thi   I ..tn     id  th m
going al] thi     a, .    S��� ��� I    i
l i msden  an i   Loc      ��� mlted    In  the
sroring of flrs     . -     fo   the R    ���
The Nationals   repeatedly     p tiled th
Rovers' plaj -.  al boug       he:     were
outclassed ��� A s u-
at tional  nm   by A.  Fleming  resulted
h. a i-'e..' i ' for :h    '    Th
SViitral i     hard,    ut could no
; reven' L imsdi n   rom   i oring a thli
goal,  and   Lock   from     winning    the
th after a bi     tlful run by Lums-
di i      At   half time   the   score  stool
five to nothing in favor of the locals
Tien   was nothing to lie seen in th*
��� on I  b  If  bul   repi ated  scoring I j
' li    .'-''. ers   i nd tho igh the National .
lel.-i.M-.I  hard,  the be i   the)   cou I  do
was to retire with a sc re of ip| to 1
again! thi m.
The Rovers put the ball practically
wherever they liked, scoring actually
15 times, although th -y were penalized  five goals for off sid .
out of the Jurisdiction of the courts.
Are there any fishermen?   None?   Tool
had.   This would be n match for one
of   their   fish   stories."   Philadelphia
Record,
au
evening wear.   i. takes iim,. to have goods ���"'���
make your selections with care     vv '. U|
Fabrics,   Ask to see ihem. '   ":"    '"
Silk Eolines, 44 inches wida In shade, of p..
Nile, Navy. Brown. Alice B.ua, Ch.mp.8���.   crean
yard,  $1.00  and   $1.15. 9    '   Creani
Wool  Voiles  in  shades of  Grey    Blue   fi,,
yard. 75c and 90c. *      " ' ChamW��< ana C��,m
Wool Vei.ing. In Pale Blue,  Grey,   p,nk
per yard, 50c and 60c. G een
Colored   Or8a���dies,  Colored Cotton,     Voiles     M. I
Flowered Voille., Cotton Eolines. White Per.ia���' ,      rCer'l��(i   Mu|ia,
ranging In  price  from.  p*r  yard. 20c to 50c ' ,nd�� Ll""��,
New Trimming Lace, for evening dres. trfmmln�� ,
aa Oriental Fine V...nci.nn... Silk and Lw "'**
AM Over Dr,��� N,��. for leKms,,   ���   __%������'**1*\
hlaek, \h-t yard,  35c to $2.25. ' crean>
Colored Silk Clove. to match drees material. _m
Long  White  Kid  Gloves,  pe,  pair,  $1.75 to $37, "   ' %Ut"*\
W. S. COLLISTER&a
English   Plum   Pudding. ���~-~�� ��.��*_.���_ ��� ^j;S
F ir   English   plum   pudding   clean,   ~
: wash  and  dry a   pound of currants;
stone a pound of raisins.   Mix tlie cur
rants, raisins, a pound tf suet, chop
[eed fine, three quarters of a pound of
stale breadcrumbs, a quarter of a pound
ef brown sugar, the grated rind of a
lemon, balf a pound of minced candled
orange peel, n quarter of a pound of
flour, half of a grated nutmeg.    Boit
Ave eggs, add to them balf a pint of
orange juice, then pour over tbe drj
ingredients and mix thoroughly.   Pack
Into  greased   small   kettles  or  molds
This will make aboul sis pounds.   Roil1
ten lieeiiis.    Serve with hard sauce
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ALL HOLIDAY GOODS
i  'nlil   fK.,    I        .'. I
nil
the end of the vear
A  Carlyle  Comment,
A gentleman once happened to visil
Par!} '������ Jusi after a brilliant tn a of
genius had left hlm. As they mei Bl
the door ihe man of gi Qlus said: "I
: been visiting poor < 'arlj le
il-. is a mere wreck, a mere wreck."
As the second visitor greeted Carlyle
be remarked, "So you've jusi had Mr.
��� with you?" "Yes," was the an
swer of the "mere wreck," "and be
thinks God Almighty never made Buch
another:"
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JTMY.   US  TO   LOSE,n order to dear them 0ut ai ., ..���
IT PAYS YOU TO SAVE  on  any article you did no, r      .    I
opportunely   of   getting   before  Xmas. Mfi
A   SECRET-the  best  things  in the s��ore did nr, ,t
and see us. L'   ���
J.J. MACKAY Of CO.
I    BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      XtHS III I
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Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
We are agents for the I. H. C. gasoline engines. These engines are giving universal satisfaction. Abbott &
Hyde, next Guichon hotel
~ HENLEY  |   Get Established
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office.  Eighth Street
NEW   WE8TMIN8TPB    ��.   C.
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the  market.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
V a home now thai Will ���e, ., ,,n)1,t (lf *:������, ���. ,,������ W|, HAVg.
Just such a propoaition,    New House on Fifth aven
��� rwo lots each 66x132 feet. Vou can sell one ol th. , ts for]
I860. All we ask is J2700 for thia property. Good terms too u '
into It.
Lit
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager     I
REAL ESTATE- and INSURANCE]
facial, scalp, or body treeatmeats given
In your own home. Also manicuring.
Por engagement ring up A 339.
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*    Pickard   China
Call and examine our stock of tho Pickard China.      We   are   8ole i
Agents for the  Pickard  Hand Painted CHINA In New Westminster. ���
Every piece guarantied    hand-painted.      Alao   a   line  of   the   lest ���
Limoges China. * ^ ~______\ I
Agent Hamilton Watches I  I V_^V->^/~\l *���       V-^V^^**-J1
^^ ��������������� | _ ���������
������i namnton Watches %
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SALE    ~      $250 Aash
Will Buy a
HOUSE
We  hav^e choice upland  prairie hay
and timothy hay, also oat,, wheat and
feed   to   offer   in   car   lots..    Delivery
Prices given  on request.
D. C. HOFFMAN,
Gram   and   Provisions.
CALGARY
New  Bakery
H. C. MARK & SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
FACTORY-Cor.   Fourth   svenne and
Second  street.
STORB-StatJ, street, next Columbian
and near the Post Office.
Have you tried our bread, currant
buns, Christmas cake, Scotch short
bread; they are choice.
Phone B359 will bring our delivery
ritjB promptly.
lull '
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columba St.. New Westminster
Telephone 83-
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P* ��- B��*   345 .phone  105.
OFFICE: FRONT STEI, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW KSTI
, (Sec. 5-6) Nice new 8-room house >
painted, electric light, water, good lot'!
handy to Columbia   street car line,!,
$250 cash and $20 per month will buy I
this house and secure you a home.      11
!      Enquire for price.
F. J. Hart & Co.
UMITED.
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'HERE IS YOUR
CHANCE
ll"1" ^ your chance to start  the new year right, by buying 6 1"'   j
roomed cottage on Third street for $900, $250 cash, balance J�� i��r ;
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New Wetlminster.
Chiiliwack.
P. PEEBLES I
lift r>   ���       . .
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state
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