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 'hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
rw WESTMINSTER, B. C
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,  WBDNE8DAW   MORNING.    PEC.  4,  1907.
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
mS ElKT PRESBYTERY BOARD     CRUISERS ESCAPE       MARKET BUILDING       BONES OF RECIUSE     COLUMBIAN REPORTER
fflCERHOR 1908    QUARTERLY MEETINC     DEATH BY DEGREES   TENDERS CAL1ED EOR      FERTILIZED PLANTS     WORMS HIS WAY IN
_tialC1t!�� An^S^t Kr'h A'  MCfA ,e>' t0 Take ReCkleES lndian R��P����sibk Estimates of Cost of Struc- Skeleton   of  Peculiar Man Editor Taylor's Fresh Scribe
IComimttee  Appointed to]    .harge  of Loggers Mis-    for Loss of Five Lives-    tee Submitted-Work to I   Lost Eight Years Ago Is    Falls Down on Assignment
i^l^HWatch Voters' List.
sion���Two New Churches.     Survivors' Experience. Commence Shortly.
Found in Dense Wood. to Spy on Liberals.
;., ..... . - elected   at the annual     The quarterly board meeting of tne
eting of the New Westminster Llb-j Weatolnater    Presbytery    was   held
re as follows
when a lar^o
was   transact0!.
Ashcroft.  B.  C,  Dec.  3.���Upset In      Tenders will  be called for imme-..|     Alberni,  Dec. 3.���Tbe    bones    anl The  meanest  and  most  despicable
iai'lon  VeatWday   ewtas   yettentay tftmTlTraf oTtbe chy   ""' UM��� WalCTB ��f ��D�� ��f th��� "H "^ f��r lbC co,llitructlon of lhp Pro'; Sl'nie of  the ���*��*��  of 3tt!m *"��*. methods are   being    adoptel   by  .he
Presbyterian  churches   whe         1-    ���>   iJs uf ,he 11I)per Fraser river, dashed   P��**d  market building    in  this  cit.., who disappeared   about     eight   years Columbian  in an endeavor  to secu-e
over falls against the knife-like edgFsj Al the meeting of the council commi'-; ago, were found last week by F. Mui- Information   concerning   the   intern..!
of protruding rocks until his tortured   {vv  b<>1(1  tllp other night, it was  rt-   ler  in the  woods  about  half  a   mile workings of tbe Liberal party et this
nerves   and   failing   strength     almost  ported that the mayor and Aid. Snilos-, from the shore of Sproat lake. city, the latest ruse having been al-
made   him  resiegn    himself to  death,1 had secured estimate of Uie cost of)     51r. Muller was staking timber whe.i tempted   yesterday evening,    when  a
he came upon an old pair of rubber Columbian reporter, who has b<*.�� m
stopping  to examine this city two days and ia practically
human skeleton, part- unknown,   managed   to  saueeze  hlm-
the    earth, and  with Self into a corner of the Liberal club
n   timber   oruiaer,   just   returned  tlle contra��t as soon as possible. The| grass and sprigs growing up through room, where a private meeting of tbe
atsoci.ition wus taking place, and set��
-*| alone, as according to the agreemei^
amount   of  buslDe.-s
ken   Pres.���.1. IJ.  Kennedy, M. P        Th���     . ,.���. _
>' " -Ihe    attendance    was   exceptionally
.....     ent   .1. W.   MacDonald. large,  many  outside  ministers   being
eflml  nice-president���H. Gilley; sec-   present
,    ,    ���     .     ,-.    , Th.. Hev   I   f   u.-i.i     r ^ ..     ,- flinging   all  the   while    to   a   fellow, erecting the building. 1.,   oame upon a
.   . president.   H   A   Eastman;      Tl*.Mr. ^���>��**n Cove,   wood wh<)     arms wer(,  r<R&J    On  motion,  the chairman    of the   boots    and. on
rcl ,lc*preaident, E. Goulet. JJJ J'^T^1 ,or, about hin, In life's las, clasp, were a  P��*��  committee    was authorized  lol them, he saw a
(ecretary-treaaurer���W. J. Cunain*  .)..,_���_ .. fL ', '  '       ' .      .'"""���   few of the experiences of H. McLaugi- ' (ii11  for  tenders  at once, anl award   ly imbedded  In
, c nan nun of th,- home missionary aud' ��� _    '        ,...    ��J ,h��� Mnlr_��� _.��� ��� .., ..������.,<,,_.   -...J __ - ,  _ __._
augmentation    committee,     presented!
v , itive-Capt     Mayers,     C.     IS.   bis annual reporl   which waJ disci-    after a ' Ummfir [a lhe wilds of imeri"; ��0nlraCt pHCe *l]] b�� S��T the bulldln*   'i,(1 f^mework  of bones.
mt   I'   Feeney, A.  Malins, R. Ken-  ed at length and ordered He. f()r ]��'��� '"' H,'i,ish Columbia.   *                     "* :iU,w- ��� according to the agreement      About the skeleton were rotted rem- tied down to take observations.
\   Hardman, J. M. McDonald.        ture reference     Embodied in   Is m-s"      M,1-:l"*;,llil1  and  h'B  partner,  John; which wUl be ent.red Into b.v the city   nam? of a  suit of   clothes,    a rusty After  being there some time, dur-
nclal club, furnished with all the   aage to the board were a numoer "of   Bvans'were th<? dM71tarwoi�� out of  ;""1  lll��  contractor,  the    corporation   watch,    match  box,    scissors,    tooth ing which a discussion    on the new
gazinea, books, and newspa-' auggeatlona   with   respe i   to   certain1 '' ""ny 0f 8even whlle men and onei V"  ^ t0 ~?vh'  tlu' Iumber and   bru8B and two knlveB' constitution was .being carried on. iXW
,   an    equipped  with billiard anl   gra,,,. to  te  made   to the oinerent   Indlan-    Th" "a,110s <" a" th"st' losti tbe roofing.    The building will  rest;     The   discovery    was   reporteJ    on scribe  was noticed   by a late-comer
i���lU_,������_,,.,. ,.  :.._              an   nol   known  to  Mr.  McLaughlin. on the pilea which were driven ln the Tuesday to Chief Constable Cox, who who happened to know him.    Que*-
Tbey were all employed by .the Grand   livi'r  near  the  market   building  last   wenf out   the mjxi  day t > tnspP I   .,. tioned.   the   young   man   replied   thai
Trunk   Pacific    Railway company   in  spring, and will extend over a lot aud   With what Information he had he easl. he  was carrying out   an  assignment
survey work and  were on their way. a ')a".            ''                                       j ly  identified   the   various   articlei teS for  the  Columbian.      Alter  repeated
Mayor  Keary     stated   last  evening, th,.   property  of  John   Feurat,   whom request8, he withdrew from the roon.
that  tho commencement of construe-   j,e had once  known to be a  resident Contrast fee method adopted.ty the
tion  would  be  within    th ���  nex;   ten   of Alberni. Columbian   with  an     Incldenl   which
chess anel checker tablia   home'miaslonary  stations during uie
ther requlaltea    of a flret-claM coming  year,
bortly be opened under the  b��� acted upon
I     ���    of the Liberal association of      The  Kev,   A.  McAuley,  of  Ladni r,
I a motion to this effect bav-   was appointed to take charge or the
ii r..i:ied at tbe annual meet-  coasl loggers' mlaalon boa;, which op-1
wi >, at  the time of the caTa^troiihe.'
Mesin McLaughlin and Evantfwera
vhen a committee to look after  erates along  the coast of B. C. du:-   Un",d hl the samo direction, alter sev-
| connecUon with the scheme  lng the greater pari of tb   yeai   .,'-  eral-Sionths timber cruising when they 	
consisting of J. .1. Mahoney, J. J.  lowing the miasionary to visit' a larsre  encount���red "a(;h other' u was agreed
astonandR  Halcrow was appoint,   number of logging camps     In order   thal   ""'  two  former    Bhould  c:icae   POLICE  SERGEANT  IS
days
Funds for the furnishing of the to accept this call, Mr, McAuley ten-
will be    ibacrlbeed by the mem- dered  his  resignation  from ths Lad-
of the  Libera]  association, ner church.   Thia will be conslderel
l\:������    ��� e opening of the meeting, al a meeting to be held 1 . S,   An.l-
t ���    ��� .nu.���  business was  transact- rew'a church on Tueaday, Um-. 17.
owing  which  tb    adoption  of     W. ii. Farrar, of Cloverdale, and H.
��� Ition drafted at  the  Liber- Burton, of Steveston, two missionary,
enti n   held   In   Vancouver in students, also tendered their resigno
their canoe and join the others. This
accomplished, the Journey was con-
tlnui ri On nearing the rapid wate.'.
followed bj a canyon, <m each side ol
v.i,ich the cliffs rose as perpendicular
as a hous,. wall, McLaughlin suggested to the Indian that they stop until
later on a< the sun was shining on
the di.;tiir. <'d waters, making it difficult to mark and to Bteer clear of th'J
CHARGED   WITH   THEFT
Deceased w.as about forty-five years happened on the evening of Jan. 10.
of age and a native of Germany. Ho of thia year, when a Daily Mews r>
came to Alberni about nine years ago' porter was exnell d trom a public
and for some time worked for George meeting in the old Cunningham store.
Smith. C. B-, on surveys. He had a at the time the Conservative head-
e noticeably peculiar manner, and to1 quarters in the city. At thai meet-
in. n   who   knew him   well    be  Often   ing,  no private matters  were up lot
talked   about   the cruelty of woman-  discussion, no executive business was
local   police force    two  month,   ago,; ^ ^  )])w )u   ^ been g vMim  bejng    traiBacted_���     w:1;   au  OJWa
when  the  chief  and   Sergeant Wight-
man   resign..!   over   the  dismissal  of
Nelson. Dec.  3.���Charles G.  Whe 1-
r. who was appointed sergeant of the
of It
|              a uniform constitution for Mons.   which   wire  accepted     by   the
���   district a-.-ocjatinns of ii. c., board.      The   Hev.  .1.   H.   Madlll,  of
reed to,    The new constitution Ag-asslz, wno also genl In bis reelgm-
greatlj   slmpllfj   the  work of the tlon,   was   Informed   thai   It   would   ��e
ers of the dlatrict and local asao- dealt with at the next meetin* ot ttaa| gllfed onw
and has already been adopt- board,   when   the  church    union  BUg-
:: anj  of the town-  an l cities gested by the    gen. ra]   assembly of
Interior, whil,. the others are Canada will be discuM<ed at considrr-
pected i" tall in line at their annual able length.
ngs t<i be held this month. The congregations Of    Lillooet and
ommlttee was appointed during Abbotsford hoth reported that cEurch-
mrse of the evening for the pur: es had been erected in their districts.
of reviewing the voters' list b<e- The date of the dedications of these
the  next  court  of revision takes two new places of worship will !e 85-
In the month of March.     The nounced later, bul In any case it will
dttee consists of W, .1. Corbett, nol be until after the new year.
I;       n   .1. McMurphy, ll. BucKieand, ���	
Policeman Young, by the commission-;
ers,   was  today   found  guilty  of  thofri  HEART   OF   HOUSTON   IS
in  the  police  court  and remanded  for                     DESTROYED   BY   FLAMES
I auger spots,   "I'm captain;    ..us tlie   sentenC( 	
.toical  response, and the light craft     wheel^ wa8 BU8pended on Sunday
meeting at which several prominent
loc;.] speakers addressed the ileclors.
The News reporter who walked right
in and turned around ami walked
right out again���upon the request of
.1. D. Taylor, made through chairman
Houston.  Texas.   Dec.   2.���Fire this   ,   A   Lee���was not a stranger in tbe
the canoe collided with a jutting roc
and was shivered to atoms, the occupants   being  thrown  Into  the  racTn:,
Farmer Fugitive from Justice
Morden,    Dec. 3.���Anthony    Nerad
������ im.-.;. C, C Cameron, and A. K.
Illlngton.   These six will have pow-
i" add to their number at any time
Id wlll be expected to see that ellg-
1   foti rs in the City and district are
Ice-cold   wai..iv ol   tae  canyon. ,:vin���   .  mUes nonh  l)f Plum coule ,
In   the  confusion,   McLaughlin   was )l;^ BWOrn oul   B  warrent  for    Abrain
grasped and returned the embrace of Bpp U), Bteal.ng wheat.   On a recent] taJ 1(
an equally desperate  man.   Together evenlng Epp    secured    his    brothers	
they  were  carried    Irresistibly  down team and wagon and during the early' Appropriations  Needed
stream,    Tbey  were  swept   on until mornlng went to    Nerada'a   granary.      Wa8hlngtoB, Dec. 8.-The secretary
DECIDE  OWNERSHIP  OF  DOG   washed on a  uarrrow shelving beaeh.j .iml   after   [lnlng  ���,,,   wagon-box  With   <)f lh(, trea8Ury yesterday
rections through the block, and it was tjie .yJ[Si three weeks.
not until  " o'clock this morning that .__
thi   conflagration was under control.
The federal court offices were loc.U- PRINCE  RUPERT TOWNSITE
ed   in  the   theatre  building destroyed SOON  TO   BE CLEARED
and nil records and fixtures nfe. a to "        "
COUNTY COURT  JUDGE  TO
sen, to co 1-
Contracts have been awarded tor
the clearing of two thousand aeres of
land on the townsite of Prince Rupert,
and work is to be s arte I wtthln a
few weeks, or just as soon as the nec-
11,.,e McLaughlin found that his com-  w,K,at 8tartea in the direction of Myr-   gn,ss []u, eBtlmateB of appropriations  eBsary equipment can be landed at thr-
registered     In   time  to   cast court   was   held     yesterday,   with   his
ll   rote at  the forthcoming Domln- honor  Judge   Howay    on   th"  bench.
election. Several  suits   were heard and  dlflpOS-
Ither  minor  business  having  been ed of, and others were tiansierred to
Insacted,    tbe    adjournment    took the Janury list.
The  next   meeting of ths  as-       ln  lhe case of Webber  vs.  Carter,
Tbe   regular   s,tting   of   the   eotintyj panion  had  been  killed, his skull, ap-   ,-,, u, ,,,,.,, k,., tll<? grain.    He only got. requlrea   for   th(1  fiscal
year    endi,.g
northern terminus of the Grand Trunk
1'acific railway.
parenUy. having been  broken. g f,,w miI))S when he wa8 tracked an,: Ju[K, ;;o   1909    Th(> figureg show ga.
Slightly recovei'ingrihe manag, d to c]08eiy followed b.v the owner of the incr<_aiH, of $77.7S.l,S9i over tne esli- U oosts p'on<,>' to e,ear ,and :,t
cover the body Of his more unfort i-; wl,<_at on B bicycle. When Epp notle- matea for 1!l0S' am] ftn lnclv.IS(, 0j> Prince Rupert, and the contracts have
mate companion with stones. It was ed ,,,.,, h(, waa bejng followed he ti olri |5e,220,646 over the appropnalioni for ,)een awarded at the rate of $110 per
about this time tbat he found that the end board out of the box and start- ]l|(|'" ' T])ls ,_..., lte,n _oyfe\er ,.-,. acre, the total am^L'nt to be expend-
Evans had been tossed ashore a short 0(1 llu, horBea on a gall0Pi scattering: cludeB defl<jlenole8 and permanent an- "" on Clearing at the pr.^n. time
Iation will be on Thursday of next which was a suit to recover tne pos-l distance away. With difficulty tD ,y ���fty bugbela of p,.aln ,aiong the roRl n(n, a!1))].OI)I.iallons. The 1908 esfl
��� 1; . session of   a   dog.   the  evidence   was   managed   to   make   themselves   heard. for mJleB     Bpp (ll.0V(,    to    R08enl Id.
 ��� beard  and  judgment    was   reserve,'.' above  the roar of    the  water,    and where he took the train tor Winnipeg.|
Mlso   Webber,   the   plaintiff,   testified, agreed thai there wis no hope of es-| u is thoughl he is now with relative
it Regina or Herbert. Sask.
I0LES IN StSSION
NAME THEIR OFFICERS
i
��� '>'�� Westminster Aerie No. _M,
��� i 'i Order of fugles, held thi Ir
ectlou ol officers leasl eve-
������ Eagles' hall. The attend-
large, and afti r the regular
ha l   boon   transacle I,   a so.
 ir  was spent in  spei chifylng
: ng,    Willi   iheir  customary
for ibe want, of the liuie. man
ba,i abundance of refresh-
both  soli i  ami   Hqul I,   whleu
��� : ved up in good style.
' following officers were elected:
""thy  Pasl   I'residMH, K..I. Lynch;
' '      iri sldent, ll. J. Clarke;  vice-
'    ��� ������!'��� ���'���   x.  Altc ilson;   chaplain,
���secretary,    ll.   Bcbofleld;
���'       Edward      Falch;       Inside
1   '��� I. Cormaokj outside guard, A.
Iru8te, s, .1.  m.  Wise, George
'���'���   ''n]b !'���. Wllberg; aerie physician,
'   ii. Jones,
Ingratulationg from Mayor Bethune
IMayor Keary received (be eongrat-
1 ''on     '���'������   wire  yesterday  of  Mayor   |(||   in   ,  , ,
pthxine, of Vancouver, on his elec-
' ' ''', acclamation to the position of
\ The telegram    was as  fol-
t\i
. that  because of the unfriendliness to! cape    by    climbing    the    formidable
dogs  manifested   at   the Windsor  res-   cliffs, which locked tbem in as BSfcure
laurant.  where she  works,  she  sent   as the Iron bars of a prison cell,
her canine to Horace Carter, of Hnm-
mond,  for safe keeping.    Mr, Carter
later held thai  the dog had been presented to him.    w. ,i. Whiteside m''-
, d for the plaintiff, and It. L. Held, oi
Vancouver, for the defendant.
\nother suit, thai of II. J. Jones n��.   being able to effect e landing
Although   weak     from   col I,
mates   for   all   the   execut ve   departments are $766,608,274.
being $220,000. The land when Cleared is to be put on the market for
sale.
Match  Firm Wants Site. CCDDV   d-UVIIT   IC   Tft   Dr
Prince    Albert,    Sask    Dec   8.���A llnni   OLKiIIL 10   IU  Dl.
finite proposition was submitted to
the board  of    trade this    afternoon
Completion of  Fish  Hatcheries.
There  was   nothing     for  it    ".ut   101      Vancouver,   Dec.   3.���W.   H.  Brunei,
swim through  the  Bomewhai   milder ���, Ottawa, constructing  engineer  ofl fruin an American match firm to es-
eurroni   downstream  until  ���:-.������       'i| tll(. marine and fisheries department, tabllBh a hundred thousand dollar fact-
.   ���    ������  ���:,   :   :��� -a   ...    ���.,������ ��� ��� -, arrived  iii   Vancouver  yesterday  af^i'   f,rv here.    Company has been content-
IMPROVED NEXT YEAR
defendant,  and    ih    plaintiff  wounds and lack of food, they immedl    .....  .   ...   n,,,   fjote]   Vancouver,  aivi
.1. Wilbur Smith, was decided In favor
of    111,
was assessed  the necessary costs.
.1 ,g claii I thai shortly ai'ler his
arrival In the city, and while his ef-
fi
,,,,.���   stretch  ol   wni-'i.      Th   , a,nV((1  l;]   ��ancouver  vesu-noiy ��^i I ory here.    Company has been content- Vancouver. Dec. 3.���A fine, t���-i and
they CSSayed, and  were carried  down   hav}ng  ,,������ ,-,������,���,,,.,,   t]K,  completio.l   ,,,.,.r���g ft Canadlan faotofy some time efficient   Mav   service   across the  in-
;l distance of about ���.,  ...ii'    befo.c  ()f fi.,h atcnerlea ,������,. t:,t, government  ,������,  I1|ad(,  .,  ,,M,,fl���  exajnlnatlon  of let  will   undoubtedly  be  Inaugurated
J ai Stewart .and Bablne lakes. In north-    M,v���ril]   ,,,,^,,,,0  [ooftjtlona.    This  city wl.j, the beginning of the new year.
'''" r"'i,lsn ' olnmbiai   He is now a   wlth ininions��� areas suitable to them Negotiations to this  desirable emi
alcly sei  oul  for Ihe  Hudson lay post    wi||   |,,MV(,  ,,���iay   f()|.  Ottawa
ai    Kurt    Qeorge,     Tbey   continued
walking  for  three    and a n ilf day*
. and   unrlvalh'd   transportation     facill- have been going on tor s  veral weeks
(,n  ;'"' ties appeals to Ihem as the besl sTTe. between   representatives    of the   ci:v
count ���f the absence of saw mills, ihe T)|i, ,,,..,.,   wil| hav���    ,, Capacity-8tf- of North Vancouver aud directors of
lumber  had     to
eta wer. stored iii the C. P. K- shed,  over a rough country, and with tfbth
the defendanl  Smith backed a wagon
lng more than a raw tool-hen to bus-
agalnat liis sewing machine, breaking , ,jM their strength.
it.     lie wanted $50 damages.    Iu ats       o���   arriving  at   the   Neshaco river,
evi,lence.  Mr.  .loiics  fail'!   >>  biius wlthlTi a Btone's throw of the haven
bom,, any facts against tUe defendant, h| vi(,.v  j( Wft8 |.OMIll| ,i,at || would be
aad   w.   .1.   Whiteside, appearing   <rir [mpo8glble  to  ford   the str. am   in  ItSJ RAILROAD   REINSTATES
Mr.   Smith,     moved     for  a   non-sn!:, awojjen  condltlon.    Tbey  almost gave .    ITS  WHITE   LABORERS
be whip-sawed,  but ougii to supply all Canada   Twofoun-
boih hatcheries are now in operation.  ()|V Brms ..,.,, negotiating for a place
Mr.   Brunei  came  down    on  the  last
biNiil from Hazeiton, and as the wai -'���'<
was  low  the  passengers   had many
narrow  (scai.es.
here.
the Ferry company, and the result of
man., ir i< ndlj cont' renoes will be Announced iu a few days.
So far these negotiations on botfl
sides have made the public welfare
the main consideration, both the coun
which  was granted.
up hope.   Ab a lasl chance they made
11 halfhearted search for a canoe, and
Eugene, Dec. 8.���The Southern Pa-
Thief Located in Pen.
Kingston,    Dec. 3.���Kid    McManus
wanted tor stealing   bonds in RarU, olliors and tlie directors recognizing
France, has been located In the pent- the utter  inadequacy of the present
tentlary here    where    he    is serving service.  But while admitting this, tho
seven years for burglarizing llryson &, directors  have   made   plain   the   dlffl-
Qi ihiani's sto��, Ottawa, convicted un- oultlM with which they have had 10
ien
1   hi
bv
Vancouver,  I). f\
Worship Mayor Keary,
New Westminst, r. Tl. C:
,|;i,|iia,io,is and   Believe  cltlz
''   """'I   Wisely   In    returning
lpclamatlon, Your wort on be-
r "' Westminster l�� greatly admtr-
,y ��'iT citizens.
HflXANDBH BBTHTJNB, Mnyo-
Would Abolish Christmas Gifts.
Chicago, Dec. a.���A   sort of denai-
in-, ,1 Christmas holiday with the evil
0|   ail't   giving   eliminated,   will   hi'   the
order ot tilings within a few years lij
the Chicago Women's club Is Bucces -
rusade which it Is about lo
Inaugurate, The movement, was sug-'
gested 10 the club women today by
Mrs. I.S. Hlackwilder, president of tha
(dui..   she declared emphatically that
Christmas as i,  is celebrated now anl
lis attendani evil, the shopping man 1
are symptoms of marked d igeneracy
In American woman.    "I may seem  10
be a radical of the ra.Heals." said Mrs.
Blackwlldfr, "'"it ' have come ,<> bF-
Heve the whole custom   of giving at
i'l,,.|stm:is ll    pemlciOUS , and has HO
'���"cuse for being."
discovered ,an Indian's dugout hidden; oiflo lias recognized the petition of the   ,,,.,   ,,���, lliniu, of Martin.    He will le contend.    Being now in a letter posri
|n   the  brush.    With   its   aid the  last   white section   hands   which   were dls-   releaBed  FebTUary ���.unl    r.'-arrested 01 Uon tl) mee, lhfS(,   |h(,v ;���.e apraren'-
obstacle In  the way  of  their safety I charged   here  recently    and    whose   the above charge,   it [relieved Mi- ]v as anxious as are 'the councillors
places were taken.by Japanese at low.j|Manua |as,<,(, ,,,,, bondl to ��� (.������i'e.i- to alT()I.d a se,vll.t, ,n  kwpmg wlfn
was surmounted, and a ahort time afterwards two almost naked men crept
in to the Hudson Hay store and collapsed,
Passengers and Crew Drowned.
Spokane, Dec. 3.���A dispatch tothe
Spokesman-Review from Coour d'-
Alone city, Idaho, says that the steamei- Defender Is thought to have .go.���
down In hake Coeur H'Alene with fifteen passengers and the crew. The
lake Is covered with, a thick fog, and
other boats will no, venture out. '.t
Is thought thnt the passengers were
mostly lumberjacks on tneir return
from the camps.
er  wages, and  orders  have boon re
celved to reinstate them.
The men who were laid off elrculat
erate, nol yet traced.
the rapid growth of loth cities.
The result is that the improved ser-
uwi-uncL/ uinu  nnta y[C(, |s a certainty as soon as provi-
���  sion can be made for il,   Either the
of the city, and It  was unanimously   Beauty Sh0w Contst  .Causes Row In  clty of North Vancouver or the pros
ed a petition among the business men
COLORED GIRL  WINS
signed. They will neelve $1.50 a day
while the Japanese were being paid
only $1,3H a day.
Pennsylvania ent Ferry  company   will  operate the
Taylorstown, Dec.  :i.���Edna Mason,   new    Bervlce.     This    is not yet de-
a mulatto girl, won the first prize at  ct(]e,j.
          j the beauty show in a charity bazaar:	
Tax Collectors Resisted. last niKht.    Admirers of   her    white Killed at Fernie.
Novoe Teherkask. Russia, Dec. 8. competitors threaten to expel the en- Fernie, B. C, Dec. 3.���L. Taylor, of
���A small hand of Cossacks, while, cor tlpe coiored population from the neigh- g,K,k,anei was last night killed at a
lecting arrears in taxes today, mot borhood. Her grand-parents were Great Northern construction camp by
with armed resistance from 300 pea* s,,qVes and she was brought up in n being crushed to death in a rock-
snts, who maintained a sha<"> Are: southern family of wealth. She spent 8n(ie. Another man was burled bT
w'ith shct-runs. Several CossacVs ,wo years abroad as maid ln the fam-j the fall of rocks and earth, but was
���mere wounded. j ny in which she was brought up.        J retcued In time to save his life. j
PACE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
WED\��ri:
Condensed
Advertisements
T   OST- GREENISH COLORED   0
"    ercoat on  Saturday uight.    Re
ward.    Finder rei urn to Central hotel
COLICGC GRADUATES
WORK ON STREEI CARS
FT,
must t
sffice.
SALE���PIANO,    PRACTICALr
new;    owner   moving   e. I
ell.    Address  M. C.  IS..,  News
Unable   to   Secure  Clerical
Employment, Future Pul.'
pit Exhortors Push Teapot.
Canadian Padfic Raiiw
Sr,,ikhc'S:    -U
TIME: T
M5LE
f^OR SALE���2 STORIED HOUSE,
on corner lot, Carnarvon etreef.
Ten rooms, bath, furnace, stone foundation. Price $5,500. Apply Z., P. 0
Box 693.
FOUND���OLD BRINDLE COW. |F
not called for in two weeks, will
sell to defray expenses. A- Mackvay
Burnaby Lake.
FOR  SALE���ONE  KINK   <fc   WAG-
nalls Standard  L.ctionary    Subscription edition.  Apply, Daily N ws.
POSITION  AS  SALES-
Kiy,  or  as  nurse  for  invalid.
Apply al this offlce tor ad Iress.
WANTED
lady.   <
TTTV".' PI  ,'
w
A NUMBER OF FIRST
rs.   Apply to Qulg !
ii ar Sn..,;: & Bu. kiln's
Pitl - .. -. Dec. 3.���Officials of tae!
Pittsburg Railways com;,any, whioft
operates all thd 3treel car lines In thip
city, announce today that during th3
last two weeks twenty-live college
graduates, four college profess.ts anl!
two ministers of the gospel had applied to the company tor employment.
The college graduates could get nothing else to d<>, the former c liege
professors had hist their positions anl
could get no oilier employment as
teachers, while the ministers were'
young men who bad so far failed lo
be assigned to charges. All of the applicants obtained positions, and ever/,
<me preferred the rear end of the car
to a job as motorman.
W
"
y ANTED���BY      Yrii NG      LAD}
i   ;     nd    oard, i onvenh i I  '
.   :������...      ;��� K.. Box 693.
NOVEL  ELECTRICAL  EFFECTS
SEEN IN  "7mR  KOYAL  CHE
f:
H
��ME1
min tei
I [GEONS FOR SALE
P. 0.  B ix 5 ri.   New  We
W\N
INTED���POSI PI   N  AS   H    I    L
.. .... or Bo kkeepi iod ex
perience;   iie si  ..;    ������    en :es.    Apply
i.;.. P. O. Box 693.
RAINED NURSE, DISENGAGED
T III-
wi;h  moderate  fees.
offlce for address.
Apply
TO RENT���ONE FURNISHED BL J-
room, near  Library.    Apply  287
Victoria  street.
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDING
school wants work with good family in return for room and board,
Apply Box b4b, city.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework for month, or
washing clothes by the day. Apply to
S. Matsumura, P, O. Box 296, city.
SOCIETIES,
I, O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfellews' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. C. S.
Richmond, N. 0.: A.V.D. McDonald,
V. G.;  W. C, Coatham. R. S.; G. G.
<.::.. of : he manj   ..  rei J        -v..   ..
���   will ...��� a   m in     . he Koj... i 'hef'
AP    the ri. ..   \\    tminster    Opera    Hous
on  Thursday.    Decemb.r 51 h, will  ', ���
.ui el< ctric lighted        ...    oa.    I a
is I he invention ol Gu . Si bike    n.. i
arranged "The    Ro; ..I    Chef"       -..
dances and tableaux.   The   oa is  ised
in the opening number of the 3econ.l
acl and on a darkened -lag'; the    i
which are worn b.v girls, llghl  up in!
varied colors,    giving a  kaleidoscopic
effect to the setting.   Another electrbl
novelty is lhe um    ���  la, which is used;
in tlie last act.   This i mbrella is i ne
of the trick mechanisms of the stag
it is 16 feet in din ire er and d sei ads
from the flies opening out a-s it comes
down.    The audience can see nothing
upon which the umbrella is supported
: anel  it sails    down   like a bird in Its!
flight, the giris holding ribbons which
! hang from the spokes of the umbrella !
dancing around it. maypole fashion.!
At a signal, the umbrella lights up
with 262 tiny incandesent lights of va-
| ried colors.   It i.s one of the pre'ri B,
i lectrical effects    ever    seen    on the.
stage and is one of the many bright
'   itures of this entertaining    musical
i comedy.
The  Test
of Good
Tailoring:
There is no test of fit
so searching--and no
proof of quality so
strong as actually putting the garments on
and examining them.
Hundreds of men h a ve
applied this test to
' 'Fashion-Craft" Clothes
���and now they are
among our most satisfied clients.
We emphasize this
fact���because, there is
not one man in a thousand, w ho, afte r a
month's trial, will not
say the same thing.
A trial will not cost
you a cent. If for any
reason within one year
you are dissatisfied with
your purchase you can
get your money back
for the mere asking.
Winter
Fashion - Craft
Overcoats
Special Prices
Cheviots     Winter
weights in  black, grey
a n d      V a n c y ^
Weaves  $18
Fancy  Tweeds���double
breasted,   serge   lined
with    Prussian
Collars	
" Chambe
B.  C.   l .
SKAGWAY. Jt \'g .
PRIV
S.S Pr
Leaves V ���
lng dati
Nov. 13;  Lv, \
Xov. 26;  l.v. V;
De.-.   9;   I... \
l>i c. i'ii;   Lv. \:.
���lan.    H;   Lv. ri
��� lan.  2b;   l.\ \ ..
Feb.    9;   Lv. V;  ���
Feb, 21; l.v. vie,
Z   ;
-ri
���'��� JaJ
VANCOUVER.-VICTOSia
Feb \
R0UTE.I
'-tori a
I
lam
$20
J-Paletots���the acme of style,
and comfort	
  $25
The Chester���-riir special
creation---very    distinguished   looking���with
ml heavy
.''"'' $30
I
1 V  ''''Hi
velvet collar
serge lining
winter	
Nan���in
_ner.
anv
style, lined  with  Skinner's    best    satin���the
most    luxurious    overcoats of the sea-   ^
son    '.$40
Xot only
good   for
I
is  the  style
three years,
but   ������Fashion -Craft"
quality is such that they
keep   their   good
and shape for :>
win
looks
vears or more
Overcoats
H.   L.
Columbia Street
"Girl   of  the   Streets.'
"Oirl of thc Streets,"  which comes
to the Opera house on .Monday nlstfr;
Dec. b. abounds  with  thTilling situations   and   startling  episodes.       Few
Davy' F' S': AIex' Adams- treasurer.! melodramas, sInce the advent of -rhe
Silver King," have given such general satisfaction to the lower part of the   The   Royal   Chef Dec.
house,  and  theatre-goers  who    know The Red Cross    Dec.
and  enjoy  clever  comedy  cannot  at.| The  Young  Prospector    I)"c.
ford   to  miss  this   production.     It  Is   The  Girl  of the  Streets Dec.
eBECK,   Prop.,
Mew Westminster, B. C.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie N'o. 20���Meets every Tuesday I
evening at 8 p. in., in the Eagles' I
hall, Columbia street.   F. J. Lynch, '
Opera liouse Bookings.
W. Pres.:  H. Schofiell. Secretary.   | ,iei.afrt(d as beIng 1)0ttei.   brignter and! wh>' Girls Leave Home
1 be the 'Uncle Tom's Cabin ...
/
��,. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
i stronger than ever.    Thi
-Meetings the flrst and third Tues- ' first time the pieee hns boen f22 in
<&���? in each month. Visiting j this ri,v Every woman who ..oves i
orethren cordially fcvljpd to attend, j good,  pure  play  should  see  "'Girl  of Strongheart   (Ralph   Stuart)
���Loise r
**. O.TT. W. hall, Odd-
ark8on street,  C.
OQjU, *. o.
block,'Cl
Corrigan, recorder;
master workman.
the Streets."    Reserve your seats  at
i...o   Bacon. I R-val!,s  ^rug  store.     Prices,   75c,  50c
i and 25c.
-> i
Dominion Customs.
Ottawa,   Ont..  Dec.  2.The    customs
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and ., ,,                       ,
Fourth Wednesday of each month, i recei'3ts of the Dominion for Novem-
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at : b��r totaled $4,574,105, an increase of
B p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth , $3S3,S99 over November, 1906.
Wednesday   in   each month, same | .   ; _. ���__
time and place.    Visiting Brethren
cordially invited.   B. L. Webber pre-
.Dec. in
.Dec. IS
.Are   You   Crazy Dec. 20
Williams  Jubilee  Singers    lan.    !
Jan.   ;:
Juvenile   Bostonians    lan. 1"
Gorton's   Minstrels Ian.  15
Devil's  Auction    Jan. __!
We  Are  King   Jan. _.'i
Kerry   Gow    Feb. 25
Dream  City    Mar.    .��
Sis in New York  April I
fnhe   Burgomaster    April 8
A College  Boy    May tl
sident, ti. Disney, secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
ball, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to at-
wad. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
'. CURT ROYAL CC LUMBIA. No. 8808,
a. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held n the Second
ami Fourth Tuesdays of ''ach month
at 8 p. in. in ihe Oddfellows' Hall.
. Ring Bretl "..ui are cordialy in-
vited to attend. E, C. Firth. C. R.;
ef. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially lpvlted to attend, (ri Haggman, s. C; N. Et.
Brown, Secretary,
3QN3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. Hall. John McNiven,
Chief: J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec
WHEN SEEKING
Christmas   Gifts
CALL AT
The White House
���������*>*>  ����� ������ ������:������������������������* ���* ���* ������ ����� *.*> 4>* *>*> ������> ���
i They are Perfectly Waterproof
I
YOU TAKK NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT."
For over fifty years the nam-.' of DICK has been a household word
in the Old Country for Waterproof    Boots.      Their    special    procejs
renders the sole- leather perfectly and    permanently   Waterproof, besides adding doubly to its wearing qualities.
These  we  specially recommend for the wet weather:
Prices���Ladies, from $2.75 to $4.C0. Youths, $2.00
Gents, from $3.50 to $5 00. Boys, $2.75.
The Old Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia St.
J.   STEWART,
'���*>*>#*>*>#*>*>#*>*>%*>*>' *)*>������ ������  ����� ��
Proprietor
*>*>c*>*>y*>*>2*>*y ���������������� ������,l
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Street
w.  Ft. QHle
Tel. 122.      Office    Te
16,
V.   K.   (Jilie
Tel,
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DEALERS  IN
Wellington Coal,  Van. Portland Cement,  Rosebank   Lime,   b.  c.   I
tery  Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra   Cotta,   etc.;   Clayburn   Preac    1.
Mantel, snd   F.re   Brick,  F,re Clay,   Gartcraig   Fire   Brick.     Llverp     I
Salt,  Forge Ccal, Common   Er  k   Sand, Gravel  and Crushed Rock
tismrvnEivsxriaiezj i
1. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge. No. 5
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at is o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. CH. Clow, N.C
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
OT        ADVERTISE       -*!
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Jf  YOU Need  Anything,
r. j
Rapid Easy
Grinders
Can be run with either steam power,
horse power or windmill���the easiest
-unning grinders made.
Straw and Feed Cutters in three
sizes Our pulpers and slioers are
made with reversible Unlves, or by
reversing the handle. All are roller
and  ball bearings.
TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited,    ���
S S    Princes,
Leaves Va<_ou\
arrives al Victo
Leaves Victo
rives Vani ';'ii
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   Rout..
S.S.   Pr.nzi:,,  Beatrice.
Leaves Vli to
cept   Mond   .
:n. daily exi...
Leavi.  Si attli
cepi   Mon I
dailj except 1
VICTORIA     NEv,
ROUTE
Steamer  ;
r.e victo
_    a III
tn   V
.  a in
WEST   CC. 5T
S S   Tee.
Leaves \
ii each month I
month   *
20th      ��� .
Blno, ' '.!���'.��� s. ..������   ii
VANCOUVER-NANA '.'       ..-;
S. S. Joan
Leavi     Vancou
��� \' ��� , ; s:���.'{
lea v< a   al  I p.n
' 7 a. m.
UPPER   FRASER   RIVER ROUTJ
S. S. Beave-
Leaves   N m   v. -
Mondays, v. e Inet I.     .,-. i r
Leaves Chill; x   :k 7 a
Thursday   ... l   Sa      : ;
landings   between   X.-'.v :..i
and Chiiliwack.
UP  RIVER
Rani on a���
From  N.  \V. Tn., Th.. 8      I Ll
Prom Cbw k, Bun., Wed   K-l ri
LOWER   FRASER   RIVE-   ri.'
S.   S.   Transfe.-.
Leav<ea   N'ew   .'���
cept Sundaj
���:;,. Mond i um
Leav<eg Steve iton Moi I m
Wednes lay, Ida
at 7 a. in.; r   lay at 6 j     addlK
; trip Saturday "���      m.
NORTHERN  C. C   ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
From Victoria  11 p :n
: frffliii    Vaocouvei     il    .    :'  HI
and   lfith   of  each   month, Mllitl
. Skldegate on first trip anl iririC
1 on second trip
RIVERS INLET, van  ANDA, LU<
ETC.
S. S. Queen City
Prom Victoria 8 p  in ever) T'je��*fj
from Vancouver ? a, m  eveir ^'
ii.#silav.      Returning arrives at t
couveer Sunday aftprn'.:    itV
Mond.iv   morning.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.       NANAI*
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE
S.S. City of Namimo.
Leaves Vietorla Tues lay I m \
rive-s Xanaimo 1  p m,
Leaves N'.n .i:>>.> Sal irdaj tt-i
arrlvee Victoria 9 p
For   reservations  and lafofiM*
call or address
Fl>   QOULET
Agent,  ri'ew  WestmfWW|
_   ; ..ovi..:
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agenl   Vascou*
J. W   TR01 P
tJenera! Superintendent, Virtnrt*]
Trains & Stearn^l
:   I
I
>;    "V
I
I
I
W.   E.   TALE'S
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
I am the pioneer Furniture an.l  House  Furnishings   Dealer     Funeral  '(
Director .and  Fmbalmer, and  I will sell you anything in my'line cheao   '
|   and will give you better value than you can get [.,
V   In the city.   Try me.
any other place
P >J
1
p.
Wall  Papers In  endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from  15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretch
ers, the best made, $2.25 per   set.      Carpets,   all    grade$   and
prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up     Pre
H ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
| All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice Reason rt
W able prices and satisfaction guaranteed. New goods arriving dally 4
i I have sold the block and am still doing business in the same 1 K
|   and In the same old way. "Ie plaoe %,
fcwwww**^^ IN Tnt
C I'.U.  M.\lb  LINE
Leave New We tm
��� 15:15,   17::.,,   18; |.|,
Arrive    New    W
12: 15, 16:30, 18:25, 19
Overland    express
i leaves   IB: L5.
GREAT NORTHERN RAl^/l
Lv. N. W. fl.20 n.m.; ar Seattle tr|
j mrK'wrciTp.vUr;... 'Soam^e
p.m.
V.,  W. & Y.-VANCOl'VKR.
,'Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 'J:B5 p. ������
i Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m.. ��rf *JJ  |
0.  N. R.���PORT (II I'^1.'''.
Leave Now Westminsterj.
. arrive Guichon ii p va <$_
Leave Guichon li a   m . ;irrlie'
j New Westminster 8:30 -��� m   ^ol
Mondays, Wednesdays an.l
B. C. ELBCTRIC-VANCO1 ���   ,.
Lv.  New Westminster W- ���   |
and 8 a. m., and every vAlt ^��
after till 11 p. m.
Lt. Vancouver tor  Wastm
same haurs.
Ulttf ion
ESDAV,  DEC. 4,  IM
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE
PICTU
CiALS
6. N. R. Will SELL
STOCK TO EMPLOYEES
I have secured a limited number of pictures by such famous artists as HARRISON FISHER, W. BALFOUR-KER,
And   ou c     h    CHAS' ��ANA GIBS0N�� HOWARD CHANDLER CHRISTIE, Etc.,
specify uTw Prices eo7 a{.the. 30c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c, and 65c Each
Each has a matt and glass, and ready to hang on the wall.     They make dainty Christmas presents
and will not last long at this price.    Get yours now.
Plan Announced Whereby
Railway Men May Become
Part Owners of System.
F       ��� HArkiMfi       Studio and Arr Store
���       ���������       ���    ��� *�� V- e��%. 1 I ^ VJ, 2fot> Columbia Street
rand Trunk Ry. & ^or^ to fa Wise
l_ ceilent Train Service Between
ncago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
(ontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
nil th.- principal business centers of j
ITARIO, QUEBEC nnd the MARITIME PROVINCES.
0 to Bl I -FA l.n, NEW YOHK and
[LADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fi i  rirp�� Tables, ate. address
GEO. w. va:x,
.-lanl  Gen'l   Passenger and  Ticket
\. ���      135 A Jams St., Chicago, 111.
lorthern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Tra\..! on the Famous
I ;> COAST LIMITED"
: lited train.    Low Rat.:-.
eif. Excellent Service.
;w York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AN.i ALL POINTS EAST
ea, lie tll     Illl
' ���   DtS.
lal    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trif
lates   to   Southern   California.
urtnal lon < i '.l on oi write
ri K. LANG, ri.nen.l Agent,
St.,   Vain ..'aver,  B. ('.
A   I). ('II eVRLTON,
Portland. Ore.
[WHEN   GOING  EAST
IE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER'
ITHE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
|ght Trrini  Everv  Day in  the  Yen
BETWEEN
[Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
BE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
lodies the newest    and best ideas
I i IMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
LUXURY.     It   is   lighted   with
Ith  electricity   and   gas;,   the   most
illiantly   illuminated   train   in   the
Md.     The   equipment   consists   of
fvate   compartment   cars,   standard
Kction   sleepers,   luxurious  dining
\t. reclining  chair cars   (seats  free),
���itrn   day   coaches   and   buffet,   lief ��'y and  sm.o_.ing  cars.
I For Time  Tables,  Folders,  or any
|t'l ��� r information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAT. AGENT,
?-io Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
anadian Pacific
KAILWAY COMPANY
There's money in using ri MONARCH RANGE, and
that is why there are so many in use in New Westminster.
Every one buying a range wants the best, and as a rule
they see all the different kinds and pick out the winner.
There's where we shine, as The Monarch is a Winner
Nine Times out of Ten.
BRYSON & SONS
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
Tei. 65
Bargains
In Crockery and Glassware
Big Cut Price Sale still on.
ADAMS & DEANS
The  City Grocery.
P. S.    Look in Window    Any Article for 25c.
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FOR SALE.....
ft
.  .   4 ft. lengths, which we will   ��
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
8EALED TENDERS addressed to
the under signed, aud endorsed "Tendei tor Detention Uuilding, Victor) i,
li. <'.," win be ree-v*.-. a tliis office
mi.i Men.lay, 1 x-c��-ui;.-; j, lfn.i7, in-
.'���ly. for the construction of a Detention Building at Victoria. B, (.'.
; ane nnd specification can be
:> rms of tender obtained at  this
,.  tment and on application to William Henderson, Esq., Resident Arcb-
. ��� it, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified thn
-     ers will not be considered unless
on the   printed    form   supplied,
gne 1  with    their    actual    sign-
.'��� 8.
. . !: tender must be accompanii ;
i: acci pted cheque on a chartered
. ma l<    p.; able to the order   of
��� lonom a ble tl:*' Minister of lJ;K'...'
Works, equal to ten per cenl (10 ;
thi   amount of the tender,    which
: .1 Eeite i if the pe 'son tender-
lim    to . ni.i'   Into a contract
i alii i   upon to do so, or if he
��� pi. te the  worl; contracted
If the tender be not accepted th-
will be returned.
Depai tmenl do     nol    I id
I ��� be lowesl or i ny tender.
By Order,
FRED, GELIN IS
Sec .
��� ��� al ..f Pul.lie Works,
��� ttawa, November 2,. 1907.
pers will not be paid for this
ment If they insert it without
Itj from the Department
VSFTK
OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, DEC. 5, '07
FRAZEE    &    WADE
Pres nt    the   Original    Production:
eel  from a 26 week's   run in Chi-
:ago,
The Latest Musical  Rage
The Royal Chef |
With a big cast of 60 people, Including Wm. J. McCarthy, Oscar Rag-
land, Herbert Carter, Franklin Fox,
Port< r Smith, (b rtrude Hutch;-
son. Dorothy Rae, Labi lie Laurette,
Dixi ;���  Llllard, and the famous
Broilers
60  People 60���40    Beautifu1    Giris 4T
30 Sor.g    Hits 30���20 Fur.    Makers 20
A Scenic Marvel.
Seal     li   opens Monday,,December,
2nd;   Pri es 11.50, $1.00, 75c and aOc.
St. Pain, Minn., Dec. 2-���The Gre i
Northern, through President Louis
��� Hill, announces a plan whereby employees and others living along the
By stem may invest small sums in the
company's stocks without paying the
usual commissions charged by brokerage firms. No subscriptions will be
received for more, than 100 shares.
All subscriptions will be filled at the
current market price of stock at th'
time subscriptions are received. Subscriptions will be numbered consecutively and filled in thc order r;celv. d.
The road's investment company docs
not guarantee to fill any subscriptions
,at any fixed price, and subscriber.!
should clearly understand that market
quotations fluctuate and are liable i. >
change at a moment's notice.
PRIVY   COUNCIL   MUST
DECIDE   DIVORCE  QUESTIu,N|
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
:���
Friday and   Saturday,
Dec. 6th and 7th.
RAY BRANDON'S PLAYERS
a talented aggregation of foot-
lighl favorites, drawing crowded
houses nightly, pay a relfTrn visit   to this  city.
Vancouver, Dec. 2.���Tlie appeal
from Ihe judgment of Mr- Justice
Clement in the case of Watts 71.
Waits, that the province had no jurisdiction in divorce suits, is not coming
before the full court here of tbe su-
premi coin at Ottawa, but is being
: riii (li: ct by the province to the
Privy council. In thc meantime heir-
:���  divorce  suits  in  the  province
e post] ned pending the decisi-
a th. There was refer-
enci to the matter t'i- morning in
.ouri when D G| Maodonell
mi ntioned the appeal in the action of
Brown vs. Brown. It is an appeal ou
the question of alimony from the d?-
cision of the chief justice and the ap-
lication was that -Mr. Justice Martin
Should be brought fro:n Victoria lo
sil In the full couri as the third judge.
In view of Mr, Justice Clement's ds-
cision this would become necessary
for the trial of the appeal. Iri P. Da
r the other party to the action,
said il seemed as if Mr. MacdoneH
were in a hurry and pointed to the
judgment pending in thi appeal ot
Watts vs. Watts. The court made no
order-
F   C R A IC F THE RED CROSS
1     *      V/l\i     VI VI . (Friday's     Attraction.)
English Watchmaker
ADVERTISE       : t.
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
To  INCREASE  Your BUSINESS.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutaciurera and Deaiera 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.
farmersattention !
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
(       Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches  from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,  double1
case, $7.E0 up.
Agent for 'he celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Exoedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Kings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
[   Watch    repairiug;     charges   reason-
���ible.
Westminster Iron Works
, QENERAL MACHINE AND KNUiNE
WOKK-
SHIP SMITHING, iWiUUK and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WUKK.
Ornamental   Iron   wo'R,   including
fences. Gates, Fire .-.scapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in
: rited.
THE YOUNG PROSPECTOR,
(Saturday's     Offering.)
Popular Prices���50c, 35c and 25c.
0PEM~H01BE,
The Oriental Contracl Co.
!
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P.
Box  D4">.
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MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 9tll. The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
JOtllN REID,
BEUBIK B'l'KJUUrr.
S'eMf  W-'otrolnnter. f. o.  471.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C
Geo.  Ii.  Edwards  and    Holden  Bros.
PRESENT
LILLIAN   MORTIMER'S
L �� STREETS
At KENNY'S Cafe
A Complete Scenic Production.
QOOKSLEY'S
Clean!
Pure!
Moral!
Well Known
Souvenir
Every woman should see this play    r% /~\ C nn      ���-��_���    _n__rv_rr
f    f .        .  POST  CARDS
It Is   to Laugh!
Everything r- pr.uluced on the stage-
that is i Ictured on the billboards.
SONGS! DANCES! PUN!
PRICES���75c.   50c   and   25c.
of New Westminster and dist-jet
On Sale at -
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
^Advertise tlie town we live In  iy
mailing Picture Posl Cards to yovr
friends-
DAILY TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
| through   Diner,   Sleeper  and
Tourist
���'I   3:15   p.   in., .and   makes'
1 m foi  Kootenay  points, a}so
d and Chicago.    For rales and
f ���'    5.] |)ly  to
ED. GOULBT,
Agent, New Westminster
/   i:  J. COYLE,
Renl,  Pass,  Ant.,  Vancouver,
I'The Milwaukee"
Phe Pionetr  Limited"   St.  Paul   to
Chicago,  "Sh
Chicago,  "Sou..,      n��,
Kansas City to Chicago.
I- "   trams   in   the   service   on   any
t        I   in  the   world  that   equal   in
ort   Line"   Omaha   to
Limited"
Pl"!T..nt that of the Chicago, Mil-
fUkee & St. pau] Railway. They
rn and operate their own sleeping
fi dining cars on all! their trains and
I ' their patrons an excellence of
f   '*���<��� not obtainable elsewhere.
Tv , oS- R0WK. General Agent.
u"r<l St.. cor Alder, Portland, Or.
B ULLETI N
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and^Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 9-;20 -a. m-, li;i0.**^>, 4#5.t>. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low e st-bound rates from* all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. e can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
P. C. MEYERS, Agent
phcne  194. NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
w  a. BOSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash,
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Christmas Cards and Presents for the
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not later than DECEMBER the 6th.
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THE  DAILY   NEWS.
"  WEDNESDAY
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Iatt^tion!
IS CALLED TO
INOTICE
1  ���
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our stock of Toys and Fancy Goods which we hav. jusi added ' X
already complete stock of Fru is and Candies.   A eislt to this 'i ��� irt- ���
mi nl  will convince you that oir prices are right. ���
Hav.. you tried our home-made Candies?   if not, you ar   mis ':������������  +
b treat.   See our Fancy Candy iii\es for X.MAS.
C. A. McKILLOP,
EROTHERHOOD   CF   OWLS.
The members of Xew Westminster
.v.-i. No. 29, are requested to atten!
the regular conclave Thu.sday, Dec.
5th. at 8 o'clock.
B us iness:    Nomination  ot  officers,
���n.i a social session will be held.
.!.  J.   RANDOLPH, Sec.
LICENSE   NOTICE.
SUCCESSOR TO R. C.  PURDY
Phone 310
Columbia Street, next to Tram office    J
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Compan., Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Ki out
street.-. New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
en clear cut and desclslve. Such a
... urse lias done imioh in shaping th1?
destinies of this Dominion In the
pasl under both administrations anl
... Bee no just reason which it shou'd
nni be continuously followed, so that
law-giver anl law-governed may an-
dersl in 1 each oilier better.
NQTICE is herebj givi n th ! ;,:���
tend to applj al tii<- nexl si':In of
;!;.. Licensing Board tor tli.' City of
New Westminster, for a rene ��� il of
license to sell liquors by retail on th?
premises known ns the Russell Hotel,
situated  on  Caaarvon  street.
E.  J.  FADES.
Xew   Westmins er.  Dec. 2,   1007.
Not from
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap labor question
WEDNESDAY.   DEC.
1907
THAT     LETTER.
Tiie patenl medicine sheet up the
sl re el is I Ious again; ; euluse th i
Conservative .md Liberal members <;:
ih.. citj   coun   .     irned  .le.wn an im-
; I ml ;��� ,..< st, thai   i coi .ora .���
elected          ���       >ple sh. il l dele"g.:
one o         ..       ers  _ . "accornpan;
an admits .I..  ! elpless pi litical aggre
jallon io the ('... i;ri a.i i  ia s ..' lii
ih.   i es ��� he bIbi "als.
The :. cts are, ihat the government
al Victoria .J., nol in iny s ns..- hi ��� !
any re . ��� .stations made by the Con-
servativi executive of this city, cr
even the member when h- "accompanies" that executive, and in "their
utter despair they ar ��� trying to get
ih.. Bar, city council and board of
���: ie to lend color ; > their request
.md ir was the correct thing to do,
for the Conservative membi rs. Alder-
men Garretl anl Smith, with the assistance of His Worship and other
;o turn down such an lmpudenl request nnd the greater surprise is tint
the maytfr allowe I the < ommunicatfon
to come before the council when it
was nol even addr ss ������! ;���, the "aldermen in council as sembled," an I I:--'
��� oul I easily h ive , Inl ��� i ���,;��� to the
secretary tie., impropriety or tli"
course suggest*: i: -.-.' ���,.������ ms 1st
the pubilc bodies in fhe city press nn
thos ��� in power the puhlic needs of the
city, as strongly as possible, but not
dangling on to coat-tails of any political party,
New Westminster is to embark on
a campaign of .rii.- advertising. Our
-. Is al ih- K". .1 ci;. wil; make
ic. mistake 7r. adopting . >:di ~ policy.
Advertising pays and pays handsomely; aid this applies 'ee cil les ..- w. II
as ' ��� thosj engaged In busine ���>, ���
Colonist-
We believe the building of a new
land registry office ri a public necessity and we are surprised that, the
��� Conservative government at Victoria,
who have been receiving such enormous revenues from registrations, has
neglected to provide the needed accommodations; but then it is in k?ep-
ing with their neglect everywhere and
the boasted piling up of surplus.
The   Civ.c   Election
. tor   Dail;.   News;
-: . ���Being a constant rea ier vi
your valuable paper, l uou]d like to
' ��� jpass or. your s. ac foi tlie tint
lime. Bein^ a mechanic, I naturally
attended trie la'.or meeting, and was
surprised at their mode ol procedure,
i have been a resident of this city
for fifteen years, an.i am iii a position
to judge some self-made leaders of
the so-called Labor party.
In the first place, they proceeded
to elect a representative to content
in the city elect! .a. an !, a., was expected, iir. Ralph Wilson irt.i tne sa';-
riflce.
rii.u, Mr, Editor, how tan Mr. Wilson, an employee of the II. C. E. Railway, look after the int. re': of lhe
citizens faithfully, an I be an employee of that company, _es a sane
man generally lool.s aft r the Interests of those from whom he receive..-;
his bread and butter.
.Mr. Turnbull dl I n'thiuej but run
ei'.'.' n�� the pas; an ! preseal c ��� men,
but to show you his inconsistency, he
would not allow himself to he a c:':.--
didate for alderman. ..ut would run
for school   trustee.
If the pas; councils lime proved unfaithful and as rotten as Mr. Turn-
bull tricl to make us believe, why did
he not come out as an alderman and
save us from ruin'.' Hut no; after all
that hot air was off hi; stomach, he
says, "1 want to be a school trustee.'
practically acknowledging he was satisfied with the council, nnd merely1
wanted to have his usual little say. ���,
ONLV   A   VOTER.
Xew Westminster. B. C. Dec. 2,
1907.
Just   have your garments,
with the Union   Label
attached,  made bv   :    :
J. N. AITCHISON
Columbia Sf.       New Westminster
English and American billiard Tables, Bcv.ling Alleyc, etc. New anl
second - hand t;.bIes and supplies in
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
i'ii me A2698. P. o. Box  l is".
Bowling Alley,   I' n.i..;. St.,
VANCOUVER
Agenl   for  Messrs. Samuel  May  t'>
Co., Toronto.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Fa.-rily Trade a Specialty.
��I.   '13. Office   E!glHh  Street
NEW    WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
Westminster
Transfer Co
''ffic9 'Phone ix-..       Ham   Koone 157
Columbia  ST.
baggage delivered     proruouy  to  ��ny
part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Haulins
Off i.i.���Tram   Dsoot
To  the  Conservative executive  we
offer our sincere regrets and if they.
again fail to get the McBride admi.i-|
istration  to recognize this city's needs,
we will go down and get these needs
from the same government for them,
The council of the  board of trade]
also   came  in   for   strong   condemn?"!
tion.'even to the extent of being toid
that "their institution has ieen Bpolc-I
en of with  contempt."      We do'tTo*.
and   cannoi   believe,  thai  such  ill-ad-
vi&ed   strica;..- should   simply  ne~"at;
the    dictate    of    a  soured   member
thereof, simply   bee mse    tii ���;.    as  a
Btrong body ol representative citizens,
poini out the weakness, not of a re-
qui   -  madi of them  but of the man
ner In which such r< qtie I v, is mad i,
and oul ol   elf re peel let the matter
drop,  aa  th .ugh   a i  letter  h i I   been
receivi d,
PASSENGER  STEAMER
GROUNDS IN SNOWSTORM
Lunnenherg, X. S., Dec. 3.���During
a blinding snowstorm today the Canadian Pacific railway company's steamship Mount Temple, bound trom Antwerp to St. John, X. B., with 600 passengers, struck the hi Havre iroa-
bound ledges, fifteen miles south of
Lunnenherg. The passengers are being transferred on small steamers and
tugs to Bridgewater, and by morning
it is exacted that all hands will have
b.-en safely landed. It is not definite
Iy known just how badly the Mount
Temple is damaged, but the cuances
iv.; floating bn from h.r dai?��erou3
position ar.   regarded as fa'vo'rtfole.
Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building;
Opposite Post Office       I
PRINTING
Have your printing 'ion in
lown by the local modern
. dgh grade,printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY N'EWS BLOCK
Get Established
Buy .. bome now thai wlll not a profll of $500 oi  I'ju
just such b proposition.   New Hou e on Fifth avi
.   ���      rwo lots each 66x132  teet   You can sell oh<
f630.   All we  ish li 12700 fo   thl     ropertj    0
Into it.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
lie : ots 22 and ::      ���      .XII,
of N       .Vi   tminster,
A cei .ni... e of Ind. f a Ible titi.
e h.       ove ...": erty will be Issu d   o
\        Blackie, on the 31si daj ol De
er,  1907, un] ss in the mean
a  vali    obj icllon thereto    e ma le to
me    i writii i ; ei son or p rson -
cl hi . state or Inter st th
in. ��� r In an.-,  pari thereof,
C. S.  KEITH,
Districl Ke gistrar of Titi. s
Land Registrj oflice, \'< w Wi stm'n-
ster, B, r. 29th November, 1907.
The   : erson  or    , ��� b iving in
their cusl idy or p u sessii n the foil w.
in. Title Deeds r dating to the said
proper! ��� are request. I ;.. deliver the
sai, ������ to :ii" undi rsigm I:
loth Decemb r, 1862    Robi rt    Ke:
to John Cooper, conveyance ln fee.
Martin  &  MeQuarrl ,  sollcltp s
for applicant. Trapp ' lo le, Ne v
Westminster. B. C.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSl RANCE
iKavrTTcaasxij-r ,. ���
NEW  THIS WEEK
Combs and Brushes
At all Prices
Call in ana have your eyes tested free
RYALL'S DRD
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
TAKK NOTICE tEaFapplication has
een a de .. regiST^r Margarel Dol>
bii e b owner in I'e.. Simple, und r
_. r \ Sale Deed from S. a. Fletcher,
i.. Margaret I-'..i.i le, bearing .laic the
t daj of December, A. I) 191 2, of
all and singular that certain parce ..;
tract of land and premises simate, lying and being in the Districl of New
Westminster, In the Province o7 British Colum ia.more particularlyknowU
and described as Lots ri to 25, inclusive. Block 4, being puis of south-
west of Section ll. Township  16.
Dated   at   the   Kami   Registry  o_Tic,
Xew   Westminster.  Province  of   British Columbia, this 2.1th day of Augusi
A, D. 1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District  Registrar,  j
To Benjamin  Douglas, Esq.
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Evening Classes in  Commercial Branch?
v       \
Will   be   held  in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
VV. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal j
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YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
STUMP EDUCATION.
", a. practl. e ... a en I ei ��� of parlln-'
menl going on the si amp between sessions, calling !.;'��� electors together at
ih.. n.osi central points to discuss the
political topics ol the .la., s. prevalent in 'he old land, mfght be follow-]
.'.I with good results throughout thli
broaii "Dominion. True It Is, that, a
minister, as head of a department at
Ottawa, is ever a busy man; and after a session of six months or more
must necessarily find his desk weighted with arrears to be cleaned up, tatting another two months or so, leaving
him only occasional opportunity 10
leave the Capital ln the remaining
four months. .But even with this tax
upon his time and energy, w'e think
lt would be beneficial to members ant
minister* as well as their constituencies to thus meet and discuss matters
affecting this rapidly expanding Dominion, and a broader conception
sained of the live issues engrossing
the public mind and an exposition if
the governmental or party policy giv-
A Wise Spotter.
Seattle, Dec. 3.- -A Tacoma detective, wh.. says be has "inside intornri-
ii.ui." declares thai the escape of Bill
Miner, the notorious outlaw and train
robber, from the Westminster prison,
;; few nionths ago, was prearranged
by the ('ana.lian government and tho
officials of the Canadian Pacific ra '���
wny. arid that, through the release of
.Miner, thousands of dollars' worth of
securities that Miner bad cache.1
away, bad been recovered b.v the railroad.
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"Drinks Ink  Like a Camer
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south fo Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac tic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland ��'ith the Cnn-'
adian   Pacific  Railway   for   Boundary
Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers     Falls     with .
itage r'lily for  Republic.
Huffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and   Nelson
Effective    Sunday,    November    io.
rooi.
Leave Day Train Arrive ���
9-20 am Spokane  ...7.15 p.m
T2.25 p.m Rossland   ....4.10 pm '
y.40 a.m Nelson    6.45 p.m
H. A. FACKSON
TAKK
PROFESSIONAL
The White P
THE PEN WITH THE 1 ^I?fel��
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CRESCENT    FILLER
PUBLIC MEETING
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Here you  see the Crescent-Filler, the simple device that makes the  w\
Conklin  Pen the most practical and  perfect,  fountain  pen  mad... ��
Conklin s Selr-Filling   Fountain   Pen X
is different from all other fountain pens���and better, because it Is ���
the only one made with the CrescentFiller. Call and let us explain ��
the advantages ot the Conklin. ���
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. AT   ,s
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON    ,nd
FAIRBANKS.    Daily   trains   (e.y cpl
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,    mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
Jtages at Carcross and White Horse,!
maintaining a through  winter service.'
Foi  information apply to
J- H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Managei
Vancouver.   R.  C
W    NORMAN  BOLE, K   i ,   BAH
���       rister and  Solicitor
ers.   Canadian    Hank   of   I ommentjl
building, New Westminster, B. C
AA'IIKAI.I.KK.    BARRISTER, W>
���   ileitor, etc.,    42   Lorne Sl    I
opposite Court House.  New Vt'estnilJ
ster.    Phone 113.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, !!���'"���
i irs and solicitors, Blackie BW
Columbia Btreet, New VVestmin**
VV. J. Whites de, H  I.. Edmonds,
MR. J, P. HAMPTON BOLE w;:
toi of the supreme couri   |I:';';'
Canadian Bank .ri Commerce buildHJ
Columbia stret, opposite   Post i^:''
New Westminster.    Mon ���   to I "
MARTIN,  WEART  &
Barrlstors  ��� dlcltoi ,;'
New  Westmlnsti
Clarckson rin !   I.- r i Vl'���'
vi r, rooms 21, 24, 4-1   i
Joseph Martin, K. C, J   .     ���' '
G   McQuarrie,   li.   .a
Martin  wil  i e In    the    v.
offices evi rj  t'rld iy afte . kid
GEOROE lv MAIil IN, Barn
Solicitor, Guichon  blo< '   ',' ',
iia an.i \dcKenzle streets
���i.lnstei.   ll   0
W. MYEHS GRAY, Uai r;s"
A  PUBLIC MEETING of the ratepayers is hereby called  for
Friday Evening, Dec. 6,
at 8 p. m., In the Council Chamber,'
Civic Building, for tlie purpose of
hearing reports from Members of thej
Council and to enable candidates for
Aldermen and School Trustees to ex- ���
press iheir  views on civic affairs.
Vri   II.   KEARY,
Mayor's office, Mayor.
Dec. 4.  1907,
Tne Conklin  Pen for Christmas
GET THEM AT
Ltd
j Henry Birks % Sons
%     GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director     l
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���    Cor.Hastings and Granville Sts. -        Vancouver   ���
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FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth
8���Royal avenue and  Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferln.
IS���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24��� --.rd avenue and Second,
25���Fifth  nv"j��ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and  Blghth.
27���Third avenue nnd Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
85���Columbia and McKenzie
36-C. P. r.  Station.
Solid10''
and Notarj Public, In pi h tlc8,l��0.
1891 al New w > itmlnster. B-C 0.
flees removed to Curtis Bio
sou street, opposite <'
P.O. Box 109.   Telei bone ';i
ourt Ho*
nti.'
cent 1-Wk'
WF.   II A NSFO K D,    "���'
Solicitor, ere, Ores
corner      Columbia      anel
streets. New Westminster, B. (
BOARD OF TRADE.���New WertO"!
ster Board of Trade   meets i��   .
Board Room, City Hall, as fo"�� .
Second  Wednesday of each ����
Quarterly   meetings on the B8|
Wednesd,ay    of     February,   ���
AiiRust. and   November, ftl  8 'v^
Annual   meetlugs   on   tiie'   I
Wednesday    of     February.    ^
members    may    be    pi'"e'10'       ^
elected at. any moiil.bly of 9U0
meeting,    A. E. Wiiri', 9ec,
-si. Idav.
DEC.   �����
mr
TftE   DAILY   N'EWS.
PAGE FIVE
he Cash Stores
>��������������������'**'������** ������������^�����e��fc��>,
rtant
SALE!
�����������������>*���������<>������
for &?.25
i'rfs worth $7.5o
tor $4.95
.        record    Bale
.   a;     '.I'     liiini  ���
��� ge     c. ���   :   w.. h ��� '���
>  .  . ,,;,.  seven* j ���
���   .1 Skirts.
I.OT   1.���Ai.ee- ���   fo '    live   Ski:; l,    i
;  ���     ���     tweeds, m ule   ;.'
e'ei   styles;    all    good
iad     .. ed, gi.;.. brov. n and
da ee A eai.-     a.ai     II" >'���
rhe     .-.iii   a b.    i[b-. . i    : ,
$3 2-j.     Woul 1
. osl ���>:  -,-. iterial,
LrOT  2     Twi eds, 'r    ia  differ
.   -. , |    r.->' sau
'    . tailored   In     ple its,   ie       pi. i
oad    .  ss foi is.   'i'
tl   ro igh : i    silk   Bewn.
. lui v   ��� .''     ' and $7 50 selling num-
' era .1 ���������       luded In th      ot, al $4.35.
Evei     .1 fitted with
out  extra charge.
ast Week of the
Dress Goods Sale
uy D. & A.
or sets
model    Corset    is    made  o"
Cottl, cut bias tilting, straight
supporting on  side an.l  fron'
������ bii mine at  $2.0}
]ady Cruzon
\orset
J'    '  les, made specially  for nvdi-
id stout figures.    Made in Can-
French models.
150 yds. Cream Fancy
Lustre at 39c
To;;.Mber   with   300   yards   of   French
flannel and Wool peiane, we off."
ihe loi for quick clearance; values
worth regular 60 mid 75c a waisl
i ngth will pay you for the coming.
Note ihe width and price,   !_.' in.,    39c
Miles of
Ribbons
Stock tailing only a month away.
That's our object In silling ihis huge
ribbon stock at such a sacrifice. Ev-
lesirable shade, inchi,ling yards
yards of   Tartans,   Piald s,   l)ro-i-
etc.    On sale now  at   	
   10c, 15c, and 25c a yard
ery
and
dims
L*** >��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
T. M.   SMITH
CITY NEWS
Our _rie Ladies' Hose can't be b at,'
Kyle & Sons. **,
W. Norman .Bole, K. C, accompany
led   by   Mrs.   Hole,  will  shorn/  leave
lor California und Mexico, where tney
will spend ib,. winter n.i.nibs, returu-(
Ing  to ibis city early nexl spring.
I <>�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Enough for all   New Westminster. 1
Christmas   Novelties
Over 900 choice pb ces of Furaiture to select from,  Sideboards.
Eighteen blondes and brunetti s
properly mixed, make one Broiler.���
Tlie   Royal   Chef's  recipe. **
Plans   !;������   iboul     i ..    ited for the ���
erection of ,. large I lilding on front
streei. ail.je.iiiing tb.-  present plant   'f
the li.  i'.   Packers'  association.    Mr.   ��
Cassady has been given tull power by   >
ibe company to erect the building to  *
meet the requirements   and it is un- ���
derstoo.l  thai   he  will   pu    up an j.
.liti'>n worth about $40,000 or $50,000.
���
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China. Cabinets, Parlor Sets, Couches, Davenports, etc., etc., and ���
nearly 3000 smaller articles, comprising Rockers, in all varieties, Rat- ���
t in Goods, Pictures, statuaries   Music   Cabinets,   Bnc-a-Brao,  Centre J
Tal les, etc., etc. ���
This is an exceptionally gran.' opportunity for you. right NOW, f..
gel  in .in the ground floor for a first class choice of these goods, at
A    good    Investment���two   housea
  renting at $s per mouth each.    Pric.'
William Hargraves and R. Ambros'-,i %ViW.    Goo.]   6-room  modern  hous*
two  football  players   well  known  lo-  rents for $20, closse to car.   Price $2.
_____ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^ ������
I John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium j
��� DUPONT BLOCK ���
TEL.   73
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������
cally, left yesterday for the Old Coun-   350, easy terms.   Possession if reiiuir.  = ; ��� ��� ��� ��� ������-������_���_ =-
They were attended to the sta- ed.    White   <fc   Shu.--.   260  Columbia �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>
tion   ij   a large circle of friends.
strict. New Westminster,
. ��� . lots on Second S.iee;, $875
cash While, shiles & Co., ri''J Colum .a St., 'Phone 85. 4*
I
A meet ing of the New Westminster
.r association  has  been  called  for
thia afternoon at   1 o'clock,    for the
purpose of taking up important busi-i
i.e.,.-.    Tb.. notice of th'- meeting is
ned bj ll. L   lid nds, secretary. ���
il
Ladles' Und 'rwe ir all size
s..;i s House of Plenty.
Mrs. Mary Robertson, of Eleventh
sireet. died at the Royal Columbian
hospital early Tues lay morning, ui
er being in that institution for about
ten daj s. The la i ���->��� i- suffer]
from internal trouble, and ne. hopes
had been entertained ol bi r recovery
i'"i-      ia    .| ij       The   ��� ' l  was
yeais '.:  age, iinl leavi -    two sma_  _
chili;.!   to mourn her !> ss.   The tun- +
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A Shipment of New
iSEED RAISINS!
; : In 16   oz. Packages, :
,11 ��� �� i
Elve unemployed and destitute infill
ired ii. .���     ;��� ��� ..1..;:,', iation   at
the lockup last night. One mau stated lhal he had only had three meals
this 'a.- k, and that be was depending
on charitj  for his daily brean.
A be irt; i; i \ Ration Is exten led o
.. lie-    of   New   W".sl ;i;iusi  r  an.l
Inltj to i onsull Miss Wingfii Iel a i
to the tyl -,; corsel to wear. Demonstrations will take place in W. S.
Collister ,^ i o's ready-to-wear department, commencing today.
at Kvl_'' eral  wi,!  take  placi    Ti      da     afier-
noon in the Odd fe! i.ev -       a iterj.  ri.
E.  Fales  having charge of the obse- $
qules.
In 16   oz. Packages,
12 1-2 cts.
Locai   e-'eoi.s   a;; :    '���'. lite S   iui fe   -   -
ganized, bul   they  are  n il   In  It  with
the Royal Chef ami his pretty laugh-
lng chorus,    Thursday. **  .
���
The   \ .me    askei ball  team, whrih ���
I Public Supply Stores j
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
I ���������������������������������������������������������������������v*4
is starting on a tour of the American ><>��+����+����<>��*o.t**����>(,��<c'.-',
continent, will play the New Westmin- _^__________^_____^_^^^___^^^_^^______
ster   militia   senior   lean     here   next
Tuesdaj night inthe ��rmouries.   The ���" <HMtMMHtMWW��H<MM<HtMMHrl>|
a T
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Northerners have been undergoing
thorough  course of  training  in Sea
tie during  the  p*ast   month, anl  now X
___________________________________ fonsi'bI they are    in a fit condition ���
of   men   employed   in  cribbin*   along  for all-comers,   Tbe militia team has ���
the waterfront at the foot ol McNee-  been playing well this year, notwiih-j
itreet,  to  provide  a wider  drive-  standing that very little practice has
The C.  I'.  R. companj   has a gans
,-,.,,  to th    ..  ���'.
;.:   ::��� Ighl  she I.
.   .
.1. M Goodfellow has arrived in the
city from Vancouver to accept the position of ticket agenl al th ��� local i..
P. it. office to succeed Robert Ix mo-
rest, who has resigned to iccept a ,. i-
siiion in the Vancouver offlce of ihe
c. \. R.
been had  so far, but the locals have
evei confidence  th .'     th iy   will   be
able '.e    lie  u]   the  long < n I or' the
soon i
sizes, at the house of Plenty.
l-il". tions are lnl 'resting i nough,
but the only sure winner is "The Royal Chef," Thursday. ������
m_^^^^^^^^^_w_m_w_m_m_m_m    ��
Gent's Underwear,  all weights  and ���
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THE HOUSE OF QUALITY |
HAS THE LATEST IN
Grey Overcoats
and Toppers
These Goods were received Monday.
We can fit you :
| J.Eugene Brown & Co.$
P. S.-New line of Mcca Gloves.
i
Messrs,  Johi and   E.  Bart
lett, two well know lo .. steam oat
m. ii.   have   purcha-   I 13-loot    tug
from a Japanese concern down the
river, and will opi rate "he boat in tho
towing business on tha river next
summer. Mr, Hutton stated lasi eve-
The Daughters of England will meot   ���ing taat lh��� boa-  w ,,.; | b3 put oa j
In the K. P. ball ihis evening for the  Newman's ways al once and thorough- ���
purpose  of nominating candidates  to  lv overhauled and put in condition to ���
till the official  positions in the lodge  commence    business      when    spring
during the ensuing term-    Th ��� ele,-- open8i   Tlie tug is equipped with m.i-
y��''u'- and   Is   comparatively    new.    having 	
been constructed onlv four years ago
We are looking tor th,> Xmas trade ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
in Bon Bons and Crackers, and wil j The time tor tho Free Library Coa
bave a beautiful display at the Westl test is drawing to a close and remem-
Knd Grocery. '*  ier that the West End Grocery is the
To rent-Three stores on Sixth St,' onl-v   8;ocer'V   where   TOtes   are ��*'\
suitable     for   grocery,   butcher     and   ta!nabl��-
druggist; also six living rooms abovoJ of tne |20,000 which were te) Le
Rent for the whole $50 per month, or paid Into the civic treasury last week;
would sell. White & Shiles, 260 Col-; bv persons who had bought property'
umbia St.. New Westminster. H at t[je auction sale of city lands held';
Kvle & Son's' last  June'   0lll-v  abou'   $8,000  is still j
��J owing.     The  debtors   are  taking  ad-'
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B j vantage of the clause which appears
I). Pickering and Bosal Frencn, iwo; in every real estate sale agreement,!
New Westminster boys, yesterday giving the buyers thirty days' grace
morning ran away from ths Children's; from the date the payments are due.
home, Vancouver, and are supposed ti Notices have been sent to all parties
be somewhere In this city,where they' interestcdt informing them that the
have a number of friends. The; agreement of sale will be cancelled
city police will I e glad of any infor- unless payments are made prompt on
I niatioii concerning th i whereabouts, the expiration of the thirty days''
| of  the   lads. ] grace.    The   city   treasurer ,does   not
expect   to  see any  property abandon-
Mr. Employer
Ladles'    Waists
('rood Cheer Store.
at
a I
D0 you wain a aew cottage on
l irge lot, below marki t    value?    W
ed, as most of the laggards are locfl
i people  who  are  In   fairly   go.nl   finau-
can suit  vou tor$1000, only $400 cash; ''"''."".  "' ""<..,"
�����-._,. I clal circumstances, and who wnli as-
and   balance easv.  Abbot:
nexl Guichon Hotel.
&    Hyd
cline  to  lose the  property.
New Figs,  Raisins. Currau's,  Dat s
and Nuts, etc for the Xmas holiday
at West End Grocery. <��
,,wn. r the other two thirds.
The board of works' gang is putting
down a  cement  sidewalk on Carnar-
the ho-. ^_^_^_^_^_w_^_^_w_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^
tei, The work Is being done under The following returns show the
the local improvement, plan, whlib number of patients In the Public Hos-
providis That the city shall bear one-1 pital tor the Insane during the month
third of the costs and the properly) of November, 1907: in hospital at beginning of month, i!27 miles, 119 f -
| males; admitted during the month, 17
males, ;i females; returned from probation, 1 male, 1 female; discharged
without probation, 1 male; discharged
on probation, 6 males, 4 females; discharged at expiry of probation, 10
males, 4 females; died. 4 males; escaped, 1 male; in hospital at the
close of the month, .'!���!:'. mates, 119'
females; on probation at the close of
the month. 10 males, 11 females; total under treatment a^ th" Clos.> of
the  month,  352 males,    130' leThales.;
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST 13 MODERATE.
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GiVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.       ::     ::     ::     ::     ;:
For cut flowers, uou;
juets   or fun- i
eral designs telephone
T.   tiavies   H I
Son, B. 20S.
99.
1
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
The annual election Of ofllcer. of
Camp 191,-Of tie Sons ot Scotland,
took place last evening In the K. P.
hall. Following was the result of the
election: Chief, \V. Sutherland;
chleftlan, A. W. Gray; recording secretary, .1. Forrester; financial seer-:-
lary. ,1. Muirhead; treasurer, J, Rae;'
chaplain,   Rev.   A. E.  Vert;   marshal.
.1. Ross; inside guard, George McMu"-| C. E. Doherty, medical superintended,
phy; outside guard, Mr. McRae.
Miss Wingtleld, who has Ieen visi
For from $luO to $250 you may naves
your pick of several choice lots close,
lng the best stores in Vancouver an-lj tojefhe Vancouver car Uns and on
Victoria, in the interests of the P, p. KoOfl streets. Small cash payment?
corsets, will commence demonstrat-l and balance on easy terms. White ft
lng In New Westminster today, at W. Shiles, 260 Columbia street. New
S. Coll ster & Go's store. **| Westminster.
Choice Beef
���r 1���ITa--MBa.Ma-W-iMW-B-_-_--__________________B______rB
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES Daily
Best of farmer's Pork
'������ PACIFIC MEAT MARKETjuHta-^wjuta-. s-A-uC   BIA
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
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A MYSTERIOUS CARD.
���ark  Tmll'l Oild   It<-<| n.-M and  How
Mr��.   < l.\ <!uii<1   Received   H.
When I was leaving Hanford fot
Washington   npon   ou.-   occasion   my
wife said: "I have written a small
warning and put it in u pocket of your
dress vest When you are dressing to
go  to  the  authors'   reception   at  the
White Bouse yon 'will naturally put
your fingers in your vest pocket, accord ng to y.uir custom, and you will
find that Uttle note there. Bead lt
carefully and do as it tells you. I
cannot be with you, and so I delegate
my sentry duti<es to this little note. If
I Bhould give you ibe warning by
word of mouth now it would puss from
yjv.ir head and be forgotten in a few
minutes."
It was President Cleveland's flrst
term. I had never seen bis wife, the
young, fhe beautiful, the good hearted,
the sympathetic, the fascinating.
Sure enough, just as I had finished
dressing tc go to the White House, I
found that little note, which I had
long ago forgotten. It was a grave
little note, a serious little nottf, like
its writer, but lt made me laugh.
I.ivy's gentle gravities often produced
that effect upon me where the expert
humorist's best joke would have failed, for I do not laugh easily.
Wbpn we reached the White House
ami I was shaking bands with the
president he started to say something,
but I Interrupted hlm and said:
"If your excellency will excuse me
I will come back in a moment, bin now
I have ;i very Important matter to attend to, and it must be attended to al
once."
I turned t.�� Mrs. Cleveland, the
young, the beautiful, tbe fascinating,
and gave her my card, on the back of
wbi.b I bad written "He didn't," and
1 nsked lar fo sign her name below
those words.
She said: "He didn't? He didn't
what?"
"rib," I said, "never mind.' We
cannot stop to discuss that now. Tbis
Is urgent. Wou't you please sign your
name?"   I handed her a fountain pen.
"Why." she said, "I cannot commit
myself in that way. Who is it that
didn't? And what is ir that lie didn't?"
"Ob." I said, "time is Hying. Hying,
flying.' Won't you take ine out of my
distress and sign your name to it?
It's all right. I give you my word It's
all right."
She looked nonplused, but hesitatingly and mechanically she took the
pen an.l said:
"I wiil sign it. I will take the risk.
But you must tell me all about it right
afterward, sn thai you can be arrested
before you get out of the house in case
there should be anything criminal
about this."
Then she signed, and I handed her
Mrs. Clemens' note, which was very
brief, very simple and to the point. It
said, "ri..n't wear your arctics in tbe
While House." It made her riium, and
at my request she summoned a messenger, and we sent that card at once
to tbe mail on its way to .Mrs. Clemens
In Hartford.���Mark Twain's Autobiog1
eeraphy in North American Review.
.Vaicr in old London.
London's original water supply, says
the Chicago Dally News, was the river
Thames, and wary apprentice was supplied wilb a water tankard for trans-
parting liquid to the house. As early as
1479 there were "water thieves," "for
ln this yere a wex chandler in Fleet
street had bi eraft perced a pipe of tbe
condit withyinie the ground, and so
conveied the water into his selar;
wherefore lie was jug id to ride thrugh
the citee with a condit upon bis hedde."
The first official water supply for London was made in Germany. In 1682
Peter Maurice, a German, made an engine at London bridge by which water
���was conveyed in lead pipes to tbe elti-
boiis' houses, and he and his descendants became rich on the proceeds.
ClirlNtiniiM   Inland.
"I spent last Christmas on Christmas
island," said a globe trotter. "In the
morning l bathed in the sea and ln
the afternoon, dressed in white flannel,
I played tennis. Christmas island Is
iu Ibe Indian ocean. It is always
summer there. The thermometer icier f.ilis below To and never rises above
90   in   the   Shade,      There's   always   a
co.d, pure wind from the southeast,
Fresh fruit and flowers and vegetables
nn- as plentiful in January as in July.
'This linle paradise is nine miles long
nnd t''H  m.i  s \\ ide."
I i ��� ..llm.'   llu-   Insae. .
In 1790 William Tuke a Quaker,
opened the Qrsl national asylum for
the Insane in York, England \ few
years earlier a Frenchman naun .1 ri
in I had made a similar efforl t'. rc tore
the mentally deficient to the rani; ,,r
human beings. Plnel's plan uns Unit
of nonrestralnt, a system then unheard
of and, of course, to be ridiculed as a
preposterous heresy. It is now being
followed e/erywhere.
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He���Do you believe* in long engage
ments? She ���Jt all depends. He ��� 1
don't understand. She ���If be bus
plenty of money and Is Inclined to be
liberal a long engagement Is the thing,
but if he cannot afford boxes at the
opera mid such things 1 always make
his regime very short.
< otini-TiriK n Touch.
"Don't /on think you're wasting
your lime talking the value of economy to Blank? He hasn't any
money."
"I know, but I have." -Detroit Kre��
Press.
There are stars so distant that a flying machine moving at the rate of 500
mll.es an hour would require SfO.OUO,-
ooo year* to reach tbtim.
A
This
SHOE
in patent,
gun metal
or kid.
^   Our $4.50
���   American
Boot
for
* $3.50
Florsheim
American
Boots
$6.00
Lines
for
$4.00
THINK
This Boot--Our $4.50
Leather Lined Box Calf,
Going at our Big Sale, for
$3.25
Ladies' Fine
Shoes,
with patent and
plain tips���-
The $3.50 kind
for
$2.95
Men's $5.50
patent leather boots for
$3.50
Mens $3.00
Fine    hid   Boots  for
$2.25 and $2.50
We could easily fill a whole newspaper with such prices as t! ��� >e,
Moreover, we have the goods to back them up, whether it i.s
Children's Shoes, Women's Shoes,
Mens Shoes���
Or any kind of Shoe that is usually found in a first class Shoe Store-
you will find we carry them.
Our prices cannot be beaten by any, other Shoe firm in B. C.   Take
advantage of our Big Sale which is now on.
JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe House, Ltd.
gj   Sign of the Big Electric Boot. New Westminster
KICK
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telepin .'���<    i  call, and we will
gee ti .i i. ��� >... .;��� ia immediate-
i>   I   Cl! a   I.
Mail Service
Dispatched by C. I'. R. train at 8:35
a. in.; close 8 n. ni,
Sumas and Seattle, via. Huntingdon,
dally.
Millside No.   1,  daily   except  Sunday;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   excepl
Sunday,   .Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched by B, 0. Electric railwaj
Co., 7:45 a. ni.:
Vanoouver, No. i, dallyexceptSundays.   Return mall received 9 a. m,
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m..
Cloverdale,    Nioomekl. Port  KelH,
Hazelmere, Hail's  Prairie,    Bon A--
.nj-y.i, Elaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington nnd south, also all
points in eastern states), dally except Sunday. Return malls reci Ived
at 3:30 p, in.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched hy B. ('. Electric railway,
10:.'in a. tn.:
Vancouver No, 2;  Victoria, No   1;
Central   Park,   daily   except  Sunday,
Return mail received at 2 p, m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p, m,:
East Hiirnaby, daily except Sunday,
Return mails received at 1:10 p, m.
Dispatched by carrier J_riiiO noon:
Timberland, Tuesdays and Friday*,
Return mails received Tuesdays and
Fridays.
Dispatched by C, P. n. boai 1:30 p.m.
daily   (closes   daily    at    I be   same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Westham     Island,    Pon
Oulchon,   Steveston,   Sunbury,   ihiiv
except Sunday.   Return malls receiv-
ed rrom 9 a. in. to n a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Satur*
day.   Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 8; Victoria, No. 2,
and llurriaby Lake; closes at 3:30 p.
m.: daily execept Sunday, Return
malls reci ived at i; p, m.
Burnaby   lake.    Return    mall    ���>���
2 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N, Fyler, 4 p, n,j
To southern   points,   dw'J   |
Sunday,   Return mall D !'��� %
Dispatched by 0.P.R- train sl"
in,. malltclos.
ses al 2 30 p.n>-:
No,
Calgary and Vancouver, n ^
P. R. east, second mfllD- "''
received at. 1  p, in
Sapperton, No, ri Millsldf'
OOQUitlam, dally excel.! SUflM
turn mall received al I i'- w
I* ���
ur
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      D A I  L V
If You've LOST Aoytbl��
NE''v5 JAY.  OtC
1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN
. . ..: .on haa
��� ���,'.. Taj - as
inder a Tax
isher to Joseph
ol Noah and .
tracl ol lanl
an I
Westmins e
tish Columbia,
.wn and  d .
- ibdlvlsion of
.  a:.-   .'  i .:  .
...    il the   tax   pu
I               : vi   lays from tho
ibll ation ol  thia j
.  sc- I s.iaii r   :-
.. ..anor then ol In
t tbal  ,
e ne 11. mth in
.   :.  i  al   N
	
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���   ..    '    a
.   ���   , |
F How directions
- Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
i simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. i
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
utai win miure tne nnest fabric
Five Cents A Bar
Timber Notices
1.   TAKE    NOTICE    that    Harriet
mond, si. i'.. occupation
���   ' Is   to ;.. plj  for a spi   s
timbi over thi  following des
cribed
'  '��� al  ..  posi   planted  al
:1"' !1":!i ���    lol 235, sou;'.
Bs .   th< a. ���    .msi 60
i mth   t.. the shor-,
along tin      ���        . lo
ind north        g the
Lot 2 ���,���.
���
.      ;    VO .:>
���
KEITH,
....
Interest   1
nol
....������'.       ��� a
...
rred    trom
.
provided
try Act."
:e to creditors.
VTTER    ol
��� a   late of th    CH
. ... iter,   British '
lh
S   ii iriririiY   GIVEN   | ..
all.:
Cna] tei   IS",
iving claims    ���   .,
o    Alexander Ewi -..
a oi  aboul     ���   Sth day of
equii   I on o
.,:    I ���   ....;. a .   19 17,
ild, o   dell\   r to th
I, tii- ir Christian and sur-
les   . _ ii -1
-       ���   ' I : .'   ii     thai      :: .
:���  -  . ���     .
s
.
Coi a i ant< .
ei
aboul :        ....
Land, thei        outh  80
a t 8 0 thence
.   . ���   wes   S : <
'.-'.. ....       ���     ��� q  .
HARRIET FORD,
' 107
["AK.E   NOTICE thai    Han. i
.    [3 ''    ...   ...
���   .. . -      . .      .
!     .. .      Eo   iwing
_ .     , ' mti i ..
the   - < oi ner   i :   Section 22
goul.i ��� .!���'   '<:
U:llis     i      ��� ��� ud, th nce  61
thence     wesl   to   tho
���   noi ��� hi rlj     .ei-.'.. i    tii"
Ine ol Section 19,
al of ��� ommem e-
until \v< Inesday, December ll. 1907,
inclusively, foi the <'!msti iction of ������
.'    lie B lildlng al Ladysmith, B. C.
Plans and spe lfi< al on - m I e seen
��� ��� forms of tendei obta m i at this
I >��� . irtment and on appit<cation to thc
Postmaster at  Ladysmith, I.  C.
'���  sons tendering tlfl< i that
tenders �� ill nol  I e cons) li red unl< s i
ma le on the  pi Inted   foi m  b ipplied,
and   slgne I   with  their   i    i .  aigna-
���
i ia. ..  tender must  be ac       anh I
.-  an  e cepted cheque oi i   en J
nk, nia le paj al le   to tl     ordi    ol   London Tit Bits
the H mo ira .le the Mini t<    ���    Pu >���
equal to     n cent (10
..:....uni   of the  '��� n ler,
 ;. .
o ent< i a i on*
>   o, or it
con
i.     e not accepted
e retu
i - nol bind 11    If
,   |ow< it or i ndei
> irder,
FRED. GELINAS,
s . retary.
ent of Public \v
...    ,. .. n ivem ' :" 13   1907.
\  ... mpers �� ill nol '��� e paid for this
;.l.. rtiseraenl   if  the    Insert   i;   wltn-
...   authority from the Dei artment.
A   Verr  Bony   Mun
A school Uupector went to invest!-
faio tho cats of a man w b ��, although
he could well affonl tr> k-- p his ch,:
dren at school, bad obtain-ed lalor
certificates for them ail and was taking frequent holidays while the poor
Uttle fcii..\v> worked to bwp the I
on.
To hi*   wife's plea  that  the youngsters'  wages  were useful  when  "fo\
ther''  iM.s cot of work  the inspector
replied:
"A mere quibble, ma'am Your hu->
band has constant work, but ls too
lazy to do it. His employer told me
so."
"Then It's a wicked story, and I'm
not partlcnlar who hears me say ltri
cried the woman Indignantly, "My
busban' Is the busiest man In England
bar none. Why, he was up at day
break this mornin' teaehin' my youn
pest lad to swim, an' hex walked ter,
miles across plowed fields to fly a p!
f_i>oi. an' won a bounce hall contest an'
a boxin' match since dinner, an' now. j
to wind things up." she added I - a
final proof of her buaband's amazing
Industry, "he's <i��wn in the wood you
der trainin' bis doc to catch an' kill
rabbit' without leavln' the marks ol
his teeth on 'em. If you want mon
work than that crowd<ed Into :i <!n>.
you must be a regular n ggei driver."-
I
TAKE A LOOK AT   OUR
I
Smoking Jackets
AND
Dressing Gowns
Just the thing for Christmas Presents.
I
Come early and get the best  selection
in the City.
Prices Right.
Styles up to date.
i
Double Screened Nut
......    :
HARRIOT
19 .7
FORD.
i      T \ril-:   NOTICE    iii il     Hai  . I
..  :. of Hammond, B. C . occupatl 11
lady,  Intends  to applj   tor a spec! .1
,|.   ��� Ij ;..iu-.   . ���.���   over    ih<'    following
.ar.- of their . laims, tl i-
..   tatemenl of theii ac
���  n iture of tlie ������ urlty,
them, und
R TAKE NOTICE th il af-
��� mentioni d date the ex*
. .a   Hendrj   and    John  B,
.il proceed to distribute the
|      ii di < easec) among the pa
iti. .1 thereto, bavins    regar i
. claims of which they shall
.   notice, and thai  the said
��� will not  be liable    for thc
ei   or any part thereof to anv
persons of whose claims nori nol  have been received b.v
��� time of such distribution,
at   New  Westminster,  this
.rie
��� November, 1907.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
tors     fur    John   Hendry an.!
ft.:, li  Jardine, ex
icutors of
the
Id  E lati
NOTICE
[H     MA'
TO  CRE
DITORS.
the  Estal
'TER of
��� or
i'      'imal
Whyte,
ate ol the
city
Wi
si mlnste
.      Ill'ill:  ll
Col-
ased.
le icrl     i  lands:
Commencing al a poal planted ��t.
:!... south-wesl corner of location No. i
D, a'...n tour miles south-easterly
from Cillis bay. Texada island, thenco
.���a-' to location Ne.. S, thenoe south
to Lol 235, thence west and south
along the boundary of the aaid Lol 23 i
to the Bhore, thenoe westerly anel
northerly to th" polnl of commencement.
II.'      tlKT KORD.
November  I,  1907,
5, TAKK NOTICE thai Harriet
Funi. of Hammond, B. C, occupation
lady, intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following
desi ribed lands:
Commenjlng at a posl planted ai
the northeast corner of Section 21,
about four miles southeasterly of
Cillis bay, Texada island, then''.' 160
chains Bouth, tlience 4.i ch iins eaJt,
thence L60 cliains north, thence 10
i bains  wesl   to poini  >>:'   commence
ment.
HARRIET PORD,
No. imber  I,  l "ri.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST=
i^EMPRESSESI
18.000   f EMPRESS  OF   BRITAIN I 14,500
H. Power I EMPRESS OK IRELAND 1     TONS
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    FARES
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now is tive Mine to purchase youT
tickets If you are going to spend
Xmas al home,
Nexl   Empress   bi lis    Dec.   Uth.
Kir oi ber  dates  an I   ; articulars,
apply to
ED   GOULET,
('. P. ll. Agi nt.
AUVERTI8E  IN  THE DAI1
V  NEWS
���|)I|)I.S
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
I
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
i 8 <gfflC3aBESS3�� MP 9
��� �����������������������������* ��������������������������������**��
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
   The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invitees you to join the largo number of satislied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED i TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it i.s accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
L
LARD
LAR!
Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
���
���
���
LARD
All Low Prices for Cash
20 pound Pail    $2.00
10 pound Tin     $l.3b
5 pound Tin   70
3  pound  Tin    40
2 pound  Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
���
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kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
New Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
HOUSES
I will sell you homes on gocril   terms  na   follows:
2 Ave room cottages at $900 each
3 live room cottages, new, nt $1250 eaci.
I  four room cottage nt     $1200
What do you think ot a lot at |175; J'-';", cash, balance $10 per month,
in ar the oar line.'
IS  HEREBY QIVEN, pur
'.'��� Re* is. d Btatutaa < I Hiri
Chapter  187,    th il   tll
... i  others    having  i laims
��� itate of  the  said  John
Le,  .'. ho .i.e .1 .m or abo n
. i i icto er, 1907, are ro
"i or i.efore the 30th day   il
1907,  t.i si nil by  post, pr.'
ilelivi r  to ih.'  undersigns 1.
lan and surnames, addi
crlptlons; the full portion*
H Ir claims duly verified; the
��� ; of their account and the na
eourlty,  If any,  held by
nd
IER TAKE NOTICE thai af*
; last mentioned date the ex*
Margarel R, Whyto, w U pro*
--nil.ute tho assets of the de
among  the    parlies    entitled
having regard    only  to tho
' '  which she shall  then have
;i,|d   that   the   said   executrix
'������'��� liable  for the said assets
���'���' rinrt thereof to any person or
oni   "f  whose claims notice ehjill
'"" been received by her at tho
' ��* Buch distribution.
.1. D. KENNEDY,
|' tor Margaret R. Whyte, ex.v
���'��� as aforesaid,
"ie   1th day    of    November,
6     T \KK  NOTlCK    lhal    ll.nii 'I
For I, -   Hammond, B   C, occupation
d a i    to api Ij   tor a Bpecl il
timber   llcen e   i ver    lhe    tollowin :
11 mds:
Co ��� ii .m In !   al   a   posl planted  --i |
the south wesl ci rner ot Section T. as
a ,,. .  m n . i aboul halt a mile north
of Quiia  bay, Texada  Island, then a
....   io chain . thence north v* chain
1, ���,. ,. v.,.s.  80 chains, thenoe south
,, chains to polnl ot commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November  I,  1907.
tie
le    '
7. T.\:.,. NOTICE that Harriet
;.-, ..j ot Hammond, "��� l'" ,"'<"'1i>;"'"-1
lady, Intends to apply tor a special
timber license ovei- the following described lands:
Commencing al a post planted about
ID chains north of the soulh-east cor-
,���.,- ot Section 6, .about a half mile
north ot Q1W�� bay, thenco 80 chains
north, thence SO chains wesl, thence
80 chains south, thence 80 chains
cast  t.i point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November   1.  1l>07.
(VERTISB IN THE DAILY NEWS
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Ladysmith,
B. 0." will  be received at  this offlce
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
fi   _���;   WALKER, President- ALEX.  LAIRD, General   Manager.
BANK   MONEY    ORDERS
Issue i al the following rates:
$.. an I under  '���'��� - ���   I
Over ri" ami me: e* ling $10 i  6 cents
Over $10 and nol ex< ee ling $30 10 cent i
i iver $30 and nol exi eedlng $60	
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR al any office In Canada of a
Chartered Hank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points In
the Unite i states.
Negotiable al a  llxe.l  rate at
THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
They form an excellent method <>f remitting small sums of money with
safety und at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVID80N. Mimagw
���_ V .,���;���'    ���     ��� ���     _        "��� r"      -���'        ������������I l.    ' -- '..."       ���������    ������-       ' )
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE            111,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Uen
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents In all oarts ot the
World.
Savlnot Bank Department.    Deposits received in sums ot $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00. -��*	
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC H. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
j P. PEEBLES t�� !
��� 270 Columbia Sf.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307 1
RIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone S8S.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS i-AuE -.mat
THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
-��*-
DEC,
b
CAfcENDARSi
Christmas Cards
Christmas Postal
Novelties
BIG   LOT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
1  ��� '        " i j
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
See our btock of above before pu"-i
chasing.
Solid Oold NECKLETS from $2.73
to $77.00 each.
Solid Gold U3CKETS from $2.50 to '
$55.00 each.
We also have Gold BRACELETS;
prices $6 50 to $75.00 each.
and Cold BROOCHES. $1.50 to
$110.00 each.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can  save  you  50  per  cent-
on a  SAFE or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B. C-
510 Richaids St., Phone 2126
OF INTEREST
10 YOU!
It will be to your interest lo
watch our adds carefully for
the next few months, as we
are going to beep you poste 1
on the very best prices for
the very best goods.
Our New 'Xmas Fruits
are all in, nice and fresh.
We have bought the best,
and are going to sell t_hem
at the very
Lowest Possible
Prices
We have bought them right
and are going to .give you
tbe benefit of our buy. We
want your business and It
will be to your interest to
give it to us.
Call and see our goods anl
get prices before placing
your order for Christmas
cooking.
C. A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
WINDSOR SALT �� made in
Cacada. Ccili no more than the
cheap imported sail ��� and ia much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
WANT  TO   PREVENT
TIMBER   SPECULATION
WAR TREASURE IS
NEEDED EOR CURRENCY
A New Subdivision
Just what a goo.] many people have been waiting for���
Mr. I). D, Bourke has just autho-ized us to sell in lots a portion of his
Twelfth street property, bordering un Twelfth street, Fifth avenue, Thirteenth street, and  a lane.
Thc property is all cleared, feno��d, graded and in grass, and command:;
a charming view of the Delta and North Arm.
Heretofore this property could only be purchased a? a whole, but now
.separate lots can be hail at prices h stifled by local con.litions. an.l upon
easy terms.
Plan of subdivision at our office-
.German Reserve Fund of
$30,000,000 May be Re-
leased by Government.
Derlin, Dec. 3.���The effects of the:
currency crisis in America are felt in
business and shipping circles in Germany. Telegrams and letters are being
' received every day by American buy-
I ers, suspending the placing of orders,
J and advising the cancellation ot o'h-
j ers wherever possible.    Tne shipping
officers have been notified that pas->-
I agts bool.ed for the spring and summer will not be required.    The ban.;;
| which  do an  American  business  re-
! port tha<  tbe   number   of letters  ol
! credit for a thousand dollars and up-
j wards which have been prcsenhd ib.j
. year are fifty per cent less than last
j year.
A German  financier in  goon  bland-
i ing  informs  a   Xew   York cor'respoa-
; dent that responsible circus In nerir.
| are seriously discussing the advisability  of releasing    the   exigency    war
! treasure of the German  government
: which is kepi in the Julius tower at
. Spandau  and  turning it Into th*.  nr-
' dinary currency system of the country.    The amount Is  exactly $30,000
000, In the form    of gold bars.    Its
' purpose is to pay tbe initial expend a
j of mobilization on the outbreak of a
i war.    The loss to the state financ s
. in the way oi  interest    is enormous,
' while the loss from 'sweating' is no:
; inconsiderable,  as    i:   i;   well  known
that gold bars, whether apart or placed together, lose in weight
Nelson, B.C., Dec. 3.���The board if
{trade -will take up for presentation to',
j the associated boards the question-"I
I a survey of government laud and of
the tenure of timber liases. At present no government land is surveyed
and settlers find  it  difficult   to maieej
pre-emptions. In consequence they Often have to buy from speculators at
' fancy prices. On tbe other bant! spec-
I ulators take up large areas of timber,
lands and  then let them lie Idle for,
' years without development. It will le
i proposed that the timber land cannot!
be held unless development is started'
within one year and development prfl��
ceeded   with each succeeding year.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington and Blacksmith's
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box  345 'Phone  105.
OFFICE. FRONT STREET, FOOI Of SIXTH, -  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
Regina Poisoning Case Closed.
Regina, Sask., ilea 3.���After an absence of half an hour the jury las',
evening returned a verdict of not
guilty in the case of Muck Sing, toe
Chinaman charged with the murder i f
John Fortune. During the afternoon
tbe prisoner himself went into the iv.'-
ness box. taking the oath both as
Chinaman .ami Christian, by burning
papi r with his name written on it aad
kissing the Bible. What are probably
the two main points of the prisoner**]
evidence were elicited when he was
recalled at the summons of the cnief,
justice.
Core's
keep
the dampness out of
the house. The
weather may not be
actually cold, but the
moisture will work in.
A small fire in an
AIR TIGHT STOVE
will remedy it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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PROMISE  TROUBLE
FOR   OLLIE   MACK
I BARGAINS!    BARGAINS!
Portland, Ore., Dec. 3.���As the result of the announcement yesterday
of the engagement of Ollie Mack, the
comedian of the comedian duo of Murray and Mack, to Mrs. Mabelle Kelly,
a wealthy Salida, Col., w'ioow, Gladys
Van, a member of the Murray and
Mack's company, who claims to he
Mack's common law wife, threatens
dire vengeance on the actor and Will
commence suit in the near future to
prevent the culmination of the marriage and also to recover her moner.
which she claims to have invested in
the show.
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
Men's Moment &
Children9 s
Your Umbrella want may eoiue any
day. You may lose your present umbrella; you may be in search of i
suitable Xmas gift, and in our Bhowing of new styles you wil) find the
nicest choice we    have   ever ebeown.
We have made purchases of a larj-'e
number of Fancy Oold and Sliver lun
dies, with space for engraving name
or initials.
WOMEN'S   UMBRELLAS, with Sterling Silver or &
space for engraving, pure --Ilk or gloria covers   each Ifiiotti
WOMEN'S UMBRELLAS, with handles of horn, natural wood, J
and novel shapes of varlou    materials.gloria covers, each 12ji
MEN'S UMBRELLAS, with deolded novelties  In  horn handle.,
told and silver trimmings, fla�� silk or gloria covers ea.$3{o||
MEN'S SELF-OPENING UMBRBLLA8.made with extra Btron|||
quick action Bpring and with Btorm proof cover ��� , ������ :_,|
bandb s;   each $1.23  to
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL UMBKiBLL.A .-V What is tl.. . ������ ,. -;\
the children that best umbrolia. moan.I th* hous. whfn yoij
buy a short handled, Bpecli) size for school use \. EoMel
Each 	
SPECIAL VALUES  I.\  WOMEN'S UMBRELLAS, in fasl i  lot
rovers on ribs; Justus good :is the expensive  kinds;  i    b '':l|
$1.2.', and   tl
Remember the  Corset
Demonstration
To-day
Miss Winfieid will be b< re today, ready to suit you with proper H_j
Cors.ts.     IN   THE  READY-TO-WEAK  DEPARTMENT.
W.S. COLLISTER &C
i
247 Columbia Street,
New WestmimiH
w
Cottage, 5 ,'rooms, new, lot cleared one-half
block from car, $1,250, one-third cash.
Cottage, 4 rooms, new, lot cleared, two blocks
from car, $1,000, mostly cash.
Cottage, 5 rooms, well finished, fenced in front
with wire fencing, $1,700, good terms.
5 roomed cottage, lot 132x140, cleared, $1,200,
$250 cash, balance $12 per month.
Enquire at once
McLEOD, MARK <% CO.
estminster
The Farm Land Specialists,
New We
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Electric Railway Service
Fire, Life
and
Accident
Insurance
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over tbe
city line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twraty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mnutes after
Ilie hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  hair-hourly he
tween h.2t) a.m. nnd 11 p.m.
We do an extensive business in the three principal
lines of insurance. Our insurance clients are numbered
among our very best friends. They appreciative square
dealing we give them and they also know we represent
several of the best insurance companies in the world.
You are assured of
Ample Protection
H^and prompt settlement of claims when you deal with
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
New V/estminster.
Chiiliwack.
MOTHER
Bi ;��� I'ITT
Will, no
dou b t, a p-
preciat e   a t
any   time   a
nice  pair of
Glasses. Certainly no season    of   the
year is more
appropriate
than this for presenting her
I with a pair of nice glasses.
I You can take a pair home
and if you find they do not
suit her sight they can be
j exchanged at any time.
We, so most people know,
are the largest dealers in
the city of Optical Goods.
You can have glasses at any
price to suit.
F. W. HEATH,graduate
optician, late of Ottawa, has
charge of the department.
TURNBULL
BAKER
4th and Columbia Sl*
All kinds of fancy M
First class candies. Ftf
taffy. G. B. chocolates,
Bread 5c per loaf.
Signs Paintedj
Anywhere
NOTICE.���Koyal   CU.   Slgfl
have   removed   to Fourth Sir"1 ^
back of Guichon  Hotel-
JAS.  PENNINGTON ����
ROUT.  RICHARDSON,
prop*
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle & Seeii Siore
Vancouver.       new Westminster, b. c.
WfSIEND RBI.
Columbia Street, near MeN*'/
GEO. NBJSHI, Propriety
EVERYTHING NEW   U��    n,ifl
Meals .at all houra
Private rooms for I;iJil's'
Best 25 cent .
Mealing
Tickets���21   Meals fc *4'����'
��,>���       ADVKH'I'fSIO
THE      D A I L V
If You've FOUND A
Hi
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