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 Le, Shiles & Co.
I F,RE INSURANCE
L WESTMINSTER, B. C
.
IBER   -'>'���'
\jeRislative
White, Shiles & Co
DEC 1.9 1907   REA!l ESTATE
- -260 Columbian.
Phone 85
/CTORIA."^
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   WEDNESDAY   MORNING,   DECEMBER   18,   1907.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK
IBSTMAS GOODS      VAUDEVILLE SHOWS
CHEAPER IfllS YEAR    ARE COMING 10 CITY    HOED BASKET PARTY    INSTEAD Of MEDALS   TO MINISTER LEMIEUX * "J'->"T ON RAMPAGE
LATEST ONION WILL     WATCHES SUGGESTED    BANQUET TENDEREP <*JRAD MAN IS AGAIN
jything Points to a Big
flsin( Being Done by
. Merchants.
Citv
Two Performances Every
Evening al Popular Prices
Improvements to House.
Cooks  am
Officers���
the Roll.
Waiters Elect R. A.  & I.   Society Should
Twenty-six Sign     Give Useful  Prizes, Suggests T. G. Earl.
Verbal Assurance is Given Billy Sheaves, Gun Wielder
Special Envoy to Japan and Notorious Character,
Respecting    Restrictions.     Chases   Robert   Gooding.
ing "ii apace, and
'., ' olumbla street are
���he ii- holiday garLi.
r~v���x. ......  street   nothing  ia  seen
I crammed with pos-
orned  whh masses
I orations.
I i.e.  leading  business
thi     forthcoming
,,   a very success
.,,., Every merchant
[,OT ed for .1 busy sea
.  nev.   stock      and
nil he knowg how.
toreB  are  .������������
I a iih    things  t ial
���-. :        f.ith. rs     or
:       tie     ��� bus far along
to exci I even the
i ear.   Th ough
| ��� I   stores, on the
Itll   li
feminlm     eart,
\ Ich   ha
l man;,  a fond papa
��� ' be thankful I . i
eel..' ,,       J  ,   ,,;-.
of
a   lai        o .
list,    . ad,    i.i
et, man)  .1
n n ...   c nceal il
rend        blissful     the
���   acq lalnt-
i ton      presi ul   a
���i ���    to the    hi
. 'l  editions
���  . .- .- of dell
e.i.   ,.���-.-     and  gild-
��� ma    card   and 1 il
al na-
and  shoes, or
wri ��� iim' be <>!>-
I ��� 11   of a dozen Sho].-.
��� lety, and nt virions
In  thi -    lines   is
���mi  to    the real delight
I i'i..    the    fens'  of all
\' - nuis dinner - grocer-
:��� than tai- time lasl
! times across the bor-
I   the  s. attle Jobbers
tantlal reductions in pri-
r to secure ready money.
onsume     on  this    side of the
*1H ri ap  the  benefit.    Oranges
|" 111 fetch from $3.30 to $4.00
:"-v     Bunches  of  bananas  may
I ��� 1 al from $8.60 to $6.00,
lording to the size of the bunch.
pons will  bring   in   the   neigbbor-
frl of thirty cents per dozen. Bulk
'l currants may be had  at
f" " : l     ier pound, while the fan-
Wietles, in boxes,  will cost  from
l':r :-'   to fifty   cents.    Japanese
r"c"   ���! -   li' 11 111 60 cents per box.
]' plentiful, and    may be
f        '��� al  22 cent* per pound, as-
-  apples will bring from
''   ' per  box.
I imi fowl of all kinds will
md the prices asked dur-
I week  win not  be any
anj  other time,  not-
the Increased    demand
[ inpiors or    all  kinds are
I ei ���, ni  prices ranging
[ de two-bil pleoe tor the
��� stic  beer, to the cob-
of    Imported    chain-
['        ���  "' ��� ��� per bottle.
��� ol ih.. children will be
Uh candles of every eon-
1 ie  m l flavor, sold at from
; iO per pound.
" far as creature com-
erned, it will be a poor
Indeed,  which    does    not
I ' to be remembered for its
1 dinner,  nnd   If  the  steady
" last few days Is anycrl-
l.,""'1 '''"'   and varied ���re the gifts
l^'l' <fl�� brighten tlu day  for the
j.1""''""1    who   hav   friends   in   the
PM ntv.
in-
I    :
Commencing on   Mondaj    Dec,   23,
this city will have a high class vaude'
vill'- 1 ntertalnmeni   twice every eve-
aim  when  the regular travelling attractions an-not. occupying the boa   I
ai 1 Im Opera house, a contracl having
,""|J  ��� Igned   fe  erdaj   afti moon   ������.
Manager  Gowan   MeacG<rwan, of    th
Westminstei  Opi  B   house,  and    Mr,
Mentz,  of  Seattle,   representing    the
Sullivan Con3idine  Inti ri  I    and
Transcontinental  Vaudi villi    assi
u""   ���' '""���-���    '���������    doing bti Iness on .1
"'    ' '���'    '    ���   '���'��� ��� rica.
it i.   the Intentlo 1 two pi
formanc     everj 1 renin*    ne  0 1
111 QC|   ai   .    0 o'i loi ���    1 the 0   ���
at 9 1 and lasting  until   10:30
or 1! p, in.   1 ,,,.,.., u..|]
5c,  :���",   and   loc, and thi
tlon iii!: is to be changed
.
lied to -:.
tre, 0 ��� ;. ...
.audevilli . . : .
All
.  Is   will   be  see     hi      Inclu
1
...
nd and
1  ���
head  of  the  \ ludeville     1 li
1 ��� t . -i ���
ovi r house, and will
nol onlj           , ��� ol the I  I
or  and   ma ;e  so   ne ���
jo iie   ..     a   ������
li lazing eli I bi    ��� ii   d
Tin- contracl 1 ntered Into calls foi
,1  ti rminaUou   of   th<    agre imenl   by
1  ������ end ol   \.i .1 '.   1908,  this
deemi 1  1 I on a      ml  ol  the
Jk'.u j   : ookings  which     ,re expeecti I
to be i'    ���   for I his cil j nexl j ea
John   Cort,   who has  on  several   ,i
casions 1 xpr< ssed his pii. it the
splendid Bhowing made h re by companies controlled by him during tht
preseni   season.
The annual Ohris>tmae entertainment of ihe Coquitlam Methodist Sunday Bchool will be he] I on Friday,
Dec. 27, at Coquitlam. An Interesting program has been prepared for
this occasion, Profs- Grant ancl Bur-
wash and sever.il other local people
having kindly promised to assist.
After a checUen-d career lasting
only a l*'w weeks, the New Westminster intermediate football club has
given ui> the ghost and retired from
the soccer arena When organized, it
was the Intention of the promoters to
use this secondary club as a. sort of
feeder for the Hovers, but the players
who responded to the invitation were
not considered heavy enough for the
first team, nnd after a few discouraging failures, the club notified the executive thai lis resignation was jusi
about  In   order.
Th ���   first  regular  meeting    ���    thn
newlj organized Local No. 293, Cooks,
Waiters and Hotel Employees' union,
:""'   Place  las;   night   al   thu  Oddfel-
���'��� ill    Several members of Vancouver Local No. 28 came over to at-
��� ���    the meeting, and the new local
!   with  twenty-six   names  on   itn
m< mbershtp roll-
Tie   employers of the city are very
llsposed   towards  the  n w
' ���      ���' c< rding     11   tin-   pri sid m,
-- bile   ll   will    necessarily   tak'
I !- ���   to   nake the change, a ma-
thi     hote]  and    restaurant
i:.    cit;   havi   decided  to
e 'he future,
offlcei    wi re 1 lected
Pn    lent.   Charles   Stap-
nt,    .Mi.-s  .1.   Rosf;
J.  Willi ..I -    ,. cr tarj   and
W.   G.   V.  .;:, j        insp( .
ua      J. A.
ise,
; .   .     folio .'
���I ted for l) .-.
.   1.re,cur d
t dat<     . practlc illy the
���        ��� Loca    No,   28  is
attend
b    .. II   :���
Presldi in  .'
Chaplain <     rlcs   Davis,
:     .1.   li.   i'e Inspector
H Mil
...     ol   V        iver,
Thai watches be given as prizes to
the commercial exhibitors at Uie 13.
('. Provincial exhibition instead of
money prizes or medals, as Is at present, the case, Is the suggestion advanced by T. G. Earl, the well known
fruit grower of Lytton, B. C. In a
letter advocating the change, Mr. Karl
Informs Manager Keary that this
scheme would nol only be a novelty
but would also be greatly apj r cia'ed
by tbe exhibitors. He suggests that
���i flrst prize Bhould consist of an engraved watch valued at $100, while
the Becond and third prizes would'be
1 about $75 an-! $50, and sa on
down   the   list,
Mr, Karl la on of the directors of
the li. A. * I. Boclety, but will be un-
abli to attend the meeting to be held
sh     ' . whi -.-. 1 ments are to be
made for the awarding of prizes a
nexl ��� !. 's big fair, anei it. is on ibis
it that he forwards the suggestion to thi manager. Mayor Keary
think well of the pro] osition, an I
will favorably recommi nd it to hi.-;
advisory board at the meeting, Th -
award ;velry, it Is    believed,
be a -.��������� elcome change after the
distribution  of medals,  which,
whil    arti-tir and no d> ubl  valual Is,
���  use at all to the wl 1 -
who  would  iti   many cases dispose of
were it not for the associations
conm eti 2 v. ith the trinkets.
Tokio, Dec. 17.���Minister of Labor
Lemieux was the guest of honor at a
farewell banquet attended by 300 lending citizens and officers, including foreign minister Hayashi and British
Ambassador Sir Claude Macdonald,
last  night.
The negotiations with the Japanese
government have been concluded
without a formal agreement or exchange of memoranda, but with an
understanding similar to tha: between Japan and the United Sta.es.
The newspapers are full of rumors
about the latter. Some of the pap rs
state that regulations will be enforced
restricting the emigration from Japan
of so-called student laborers. The
more reliable journals are of the
opinion that the announcement of restricted control of emigration on the
of Japan  is assured.
offset to  the  reluctance  1 t
States  and Canada to re-
ceivi pan se    immigrant's,   cones
thi    .,1 ws  0    e ii- < ssful n goti flons
���   zil, which welc .nes the Jap-
mi .-��� .
LGSI SIX MILLIONS
IN GAME OF EUCHRE
ROLLEH SKATING RINK       LAURIEB IN FAVOR OF
PROPOSITION IS DROPPED       FRASER IMPROVEMENT
Career of Romantic   Miner
Ended   by    Death---Fine
Ait Collector.
A proposition whi .. ' been under consim ral on ti < Bti iiab a n U 1
skating rink In tbe old Assembly hall
has now, to all intents and purposes
been dropped for this season at least.
The local parties who were Interested in the deal have come to the conclusion that the building is hardly
large enough to appeal to the agile
roller skaters, as the floor is only titi
by -I", and gyrations would therefore
have to be somewhat limited.
P. H. Frlelander, of Seattle, who
ha ' offered to finance the undertaking, is willing to put his purse at the
disixisul of the local men as soon as
a suitable location is available. The
old can factory, on Front streei..
which had been proposed as a desirable site, is considered too cold for
the purpose, and heavy expense
would be entailed in order to put it
into shape, as an entirely new floor
and fixtures would be nee Bsary,
A letter has beesen received by J.
\V. MacDonald, president of the New
Westminster Liberal association, from
Sir Wilfrid Tanner, acknowledging
receipt of .1 communication referring
to the result oi the recent Liberal con-
venuon, ana moating Ms desire to
help In evi ry way possible the work
of the local Liberal association. In
liis letter the Premier refers to th ���
proposed river improvement work, de-
claring that this will receive his earnest consideration at an early date,
and that he is heartily ln sympathy
with any effort being made to better
the Fraser river channel, realizing,
as he does, the great benefits which
suc'n an undertaking would bring to
the  city  of  New  Westminster.
Sir Wilfrid also had a few words to
say with respect to the Asiatic influx
in n. C, and while admitting that the
solution of the problem Is hampered
with many difficulties, he heartily endorses tbe action taken by the B. C.
Liberals in the matter, and reiterates
his Intention of giving the subject his
closest attention.
London, Dec, 17.���George McCul-
loch, who for many years was associated with the development ol mining industries in Australia, died here
toda... iie was the possessor ot one
of the finest aft coJlectons in tb ���
world. His career was a romantic
one, beginning as a prospector in Australia. He w.as early identified with
the development of Broken Hill mine
and  for their first inception.
On one occasion he lost at euchre
his share in a mine, which six years
later   was   worth   $C.250,000.
The notorious Billy Sheaves, who
has given the police as much trouble
as any other two men in this part, is
again on the rampage, and early this
morning distinguished himself by-
chasing Robert Qooding across the
Fraser River bridge, from the Surrey-
hotel to the G. X. R. station, threatening all the time to Inflict personal
injury on his person witli a pick handle, which he was wielding. Gooding
managed to keep a safe.- distance
ahead of Sheaves, and shortly after
appealed to the city police for protection, begging to be locked up for
the night, as he fenrea that his enemy would assault hlm if he met him
again during the night- He waa giv-
en 1 rotection as requeste I.
si, aves, aft ir liis futile effoi I at
qualifying for a lengthy sentence, return, d to the Surrey hotel, where he
continued drinking until a late hour.
A' last ai "iints, lie was still wielding 'his pick handle and threatening
every person who approached him.
He is fast becoming a terror on the
othtr side of the river, and man 1
the settlers are afraid to venture out
at night, on account of threats made
by this individual.
About two months ago Sheaves attacked a fisherman named Andrews
at Henry Lewis' residence, and after
assaulting him in a most brutal manner, left the house, to return armed
with a revolver a short time later,
witli the intention of "finishing" his
victim. The case was brought to the
attention of the Provincial police,
and a summons was served on
Sheaves, but he left his haunts for a
few dayg and was never brought up
���for sentence. He has lu-en back In
Surrey for some time, and sever..I
complaints have been received by the
police concerning his actions, but up
to date he has not been apprehended,
although one of the Provincial police
officers is said to have gone across
for the purpose of arresting- him two
days ago.
A Costly Drink.
Calgary, Dec. 17.���During the he.at
of the election campaign one of the
candidates for aldermanic 'nonors, in
vehemently protesting his temp.r-
ance principles, offered $1,000 to the
General hospital if any person could
prove that he had bought a glass of
liquor in Calgary. An effort will be
made in the next few days to win
the thousand for the hospital, and already evidence is being secured in
that   direction.
Khaki   uniforms  will  be issued  to
ihe mt -11 of  A and   B companies, Sixth
regiment, D. <'  O. It., al the Armouries tiiis evening, bul will only be given to militiamen  who return to head
quarters  the green  Berge BUitg   which
in\e been doing duty for bo long.
The khaki suits have been at the
stores at the Armouries for several
mouiiis past, awaiting Issuance, As
the last drill of the year takes place
tomorrow evening, the men are requested to make a special effort to
be present In large numbers. After
the drill, a meeting to discuss plans
for the holding of a Now Year's Day
social will lie held in one of the Bide
rooms.
Government Agent C C. Fisher yesterday granted a record of 1000 inches
'of water from Rainy cre.-k to a syndicate, repre-ented by Captain H. A,
Mellon, of Vancouver, which will use
the water In the operation of a large
pulp mill on Howe sound. Greeley
Kolts, an employee of the company,
swore tli it the normal Mow of the
river was about 5,000 Inches, and that
during the month of November the
flow was 12,000 Inches. He testified
that the flow was at no time less than
1,000 inches. The company served notice that an application for 2.00,) extra inches would be posted at an early date, and if granted, would be used
1 to increase the mill capacity.
The residents of Vernoti and dis
trict are at. the present time enjoying
the mildest winter on ncord for the
past thirty years , no sno.v having
yet fallen and no Ice being in evidence anywhere up to yesterday morning, according to the B��V, J. S. Henderson, wno bas returned from a five
day trip through tiie upper country.
At SIcamoua and Kamloops. the
weather is a trifle colder, bul is still
rir from beng up to the average for
this season ot the year. Mr .Henderson left here last Friday for the pur
pose of taking the anniversary st
vices at Enderby, where he preach d
twice on  Sunday.
Lord  Kelvin   is  Sinking.
London,   Dec   17.���Lord   Klvin,   the'
famous scientist, who has TJBSfr aau-
gerously   ill   for  some   time,   is   sinking.
Rioting Follows Seattle
Socialistic Speeches
After many difficulties which were
only surmounted by the expenditure
of a great deal of time and jBioney,
about one and :i half million feet of
logs have been successfully driven
from Burnaby lake to th.' Brunette
mills, coming down the Brunette riv
er during the past three day.-, the
last boom reaching the mill safely
yesterday afternoon. The logs had
been cut a considerable time ago, but
for one reason after another, the
drive had not bwn attempted until
quite   recently.
Q   Cr'1ft to Chase Poachers.
, "       D*C.   1".���Tenders   are   t 1
���far""1 '':'"'1'1 r'"' "l" construction
'���ser for the protection of
u"!'"li;���,
foasi
hi":
fisheries   on    the  Paclflc
1 l,(' Followed shortly by an-
���'  of  the   snme   type   fasl
������       '" nVl rhau]   Americnn   poach-
I '���  ���  '��� P., has been appoint-
uWol    . m!>glsirate    for  the Delta
The proposition to replace the rails
ut preseni doing duty on the Columbia Btreet B. C. K R. tracks with 60-
pound rails has been abandoned until
after the now year, on account of the
heavy Christmas traffic which will be
on the streets during the next two
or three weeks. Towards the end of
last week, rails wer.' seal tered al
equal distances along the trucks, but
Monday evening men were set to
work reloading! tbem on Bal <;ars,and
,he lot was taken to the old power
,,������.,, where it will be stored until
������, geeond week in January, when
work will le commenced In eartrest. '
.Seattle, Wash., Doc. 17.���An attempl on the part of a large number
of Socialist orators to address a crowd
of thousands on Pike Place this evening culminated In n serious riot. In
the course of which several people
were seriously injured. The Socialists had the sympathy of the crowd,
and when an attempt was made by
the police to arrest the speakers,
rushes to the rescue follcfwed. In the
melee the police used their clubs
freely.
The Titus faction of the Socialist
party, the leader of which wns arrest
ed on Monday evening, look a prominent part ln the rioting- Among the
speakers  arrested   were    Miss    Inga
j Varten and Thomas Sladden.    A majority of those taken to the city jail
I were   foreigners,   Flnlanders   predominating.
The Socialistic disturbances have
now reached an acute stage, and tonight's riot ls expected to be followed by more serious disturbances.
Many of the unemployed assembl il
ln front of Mayor Moore's residence,
hooting and hissing, "Down with the
Czar!"
In connection with the agita lon
being raised against the proposed raising of the It. C. K. R. tracks In the
business district of the city, D. J-
McQuarrie, local manager for the B.
C. E. R. company, yesterday Informed
the Xews that the replacing of the
present 40-pound rails with heavier
rails would not materially increase the
grade of the street. He declared that
his company .rould not possibly lower
the grade of their track unless and
until the city authorities decided to
re-grade Columbia "street and make
It more worthy of being the business
thoroughfare of the city. The B, C.
E. R��� he stated, would lie only too
pleased to carry out its share of the
undertaking as soon as It became a
possibility.
MISSION PRESBYTERIANS
IS. ILD CHURCH AND MANSE
.,;'  '       .*"<>������ �����*]
The Presbyterians of the Missions
district have for the past few weelis
been busily engaged in the task of'
building a new manse and church,
which will be formally dedicated early in the new year. The progress
made was reported upon at the Presbytery meeting, held yetserday afternoon in St. Andrew's church, by the
Rev. C. McDiarmid, the pastor of
that district. After detailing the
work done by the Mission Presbyter!-
ans, he asked for a contribution of
$730 from the .Manse and Church
building fund of the Presbytery? Thd
matter will be referred to tne executive committee of Winnipeg, and tho
result announced at the dext me t-
lug, which is to take place on Tues
day,  March  3.
The resignations of the Revs, A.
McAuley, of Ladner, and .1. H. Madill,
���f Agassiz, which were t ndered at
the last meeting of the Presbytery,
were formally accepted by the ioard.
The Rev. J- A. Logan, of Kburn \, was
appointed moderator for Ladner,while
the Rev. C. McDiarmid will act in the
same capacity  for Aggassiz.
The discussion of the proposed
church union, whicli was slated for
yesterday, was postioned until the
next meeting, when some interesting
papers on the subject are to be read
by several of the pastors interested.
The announcement was made that
the Rev. A. McAuley would on Jan. 1
take charge of the Coast Loggers'
mission boat, which plys along the
northern B. C. waters during the
greater parT"5t the year.
Endorsed  by  Colleges.
College students aro much interested in Ralph Stuart's coming engagement owing to the fact that this new
play, "Strongheart," which is a v'vll
picture of college life, has receiv d
the enthusiastic endorsement of Harvard, Yale  ami Columbia- PAGE TWO
" r"��T ��IJIlt ���%
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
dec.
1*.iJ
K
Opportunity Knocks at
DOOR!
I
Will   You   Open   It?
The owners of RIVER VIEW PARK, Sapperton, have decided to sell the whole of this
beautiful park in block, at fully 50 per cent, under the present market value and to give
those of limited means, the same chance as the millionaire, we will divide the block into
parcels of say 4, 8, or 16 lots, at the same reduction. The only apology we haye to make,
for selling at such tremendous reductions is the fact that we need money. This property
has o;Jy to be seen to be appreciated. The outlook is superb. There is not a nicer residential property in the Royal (Sty���No���Not One. Some of the lots are beautifully treed, with
a young growth of golden spruce. The balance of the park is cleared and much of it stumped,
and all of the property slopes gently towards the grand old Fraser River and is only a block
from the Columbia Street car line. To the north, east, and south, the Atlas, the Cascades,
ancl the mighty Olympic mountains, tower in all their rugged grandeur. Sapperton is the
manufacturing centre of Westminster and real estate is more active there than in any
other part of the city. Although only here a few days, many lots have already sold.
For full particulars, as to price and terms, apply to one of the owners, J. W. NEY, or to any
Real Estate office in this city.
J. W#  INEY9   Windsor  Hotel,   New Westminster,   B. C
UimL**&amm*&lvW&S$^^
K��fSE!&l
DISCUSSION IN HOUSE
HAS BEEN POSTPONED
tained.    Mr  Macpherson put the case
of  British   Columbia     strongly,    an.l
pointed to the futility of the province |
fooling with the Natal act.
NOTICE.
Subject   of Oriental Immigration Will be in Lime-,
light Again.
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUB-'
lie that after this date all orders for
wood will have to be accompanied by
CASH.
Ottawa, Ont., Dec.  17���The debate
on the Oriental  immigration  was adjourned last  night  by  Mr. McCarthy
(Calgary;,   who   will     b:   the     next
speaker   when   the  subject    is   again
reached.    This  will not be for some
weeks after  the  House  reassembi.es.
Indeed, it is not likely that the vote I
.will   be   taken   before   Lemieux's   re-'-.
turn.   There are several speakers yet. j
So far, the debate has been confined I
to British Columbia.   Templeman and
Gallagher (Yale) are yet to l.e heard!
from and they will answer the argu- j
mentis   put   forth   by   tlie opposition, i
'Zta.t is why the talking is allowed to j
go on the other side of   the House.
Laurier,   Borden,   Monk,  Foster    and
other  leaders   have all been   loading
up   for   the   debate.
One new point brought out yesterday by Ross was that the government
had the assurance of the Japanese
representative at the time the treaty
was ratified, that the restriction on
Japanese Immigration would be ruain-
(Signed)
December
BELYEA & CO.
LOUIS WILLIAMS.
WILBER   SMITH.
1907.
The date for receiving tenders for
Public Building. Ladysmith, B. C. has
been extended to Monday. Deoevn'oer
i!;ird,   1907.
Plans and specifications can be
seen, and forms of tender obtained at
this Department, on application tn
the Postmaster at Ladysmith, B. C,
and to William Henderson, Superintending Architect, Victoria, B. C.
By Order,
FRED.  GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department  of  Public Works,
Ottawa,  November 27th,   1907.
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The contest began Aug. 2:ird, I!)OT, anil will cloue Jan. ��__���],
1908, at 7 p. m.
A (.allot box is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's dru^ store, where
votes  are  to  be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Cfcureh or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awanb-.l the
library.
Current accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes,
Remember, votes can be Becured by trading with the firms llst-
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$650.    All we ask Is $2700 for this property.   Good   ���
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REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE!
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ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
i under new  managemeni i
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
D.   S.   CURTIS   &.   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West   End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.   CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &   CO.
Books nnd Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Con-
fecticyis,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
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DEC.  18,  1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
PROFESSIONAL
j[AN  BOLE, K. C
ex and Solicitor,    ('ham;
SOB
mh   ..f   Commerce
olnster, B. C.
CgEALLKK.   "rAKKIKTEK.    80
42   Lome   Streel
m ., ���   New Westmin
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FRENCH   RED   TAPE.
IMONDS, Barrl
Blackie Blk.
Westminster.
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j,   " ,IP'J ON BOLE, Solii .
. reme court   < iffli i
i 'omrnerce building,
[iposite   Posl Offi������'���
bo -:-
Money iu ln-jii.
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Itors, etc. Offlce ,
. Trapp Blk. corn .
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.li, 445 Granville street
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the    Westminstei
.  afternoon.
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o eiiik-hon block, Colum
,,i McKenzie streets   New Wesi
pyEHS GRAY, Barrtwr, Sollcitui
u ^-0i lie, l> iractlce since
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tree', opposite    Court  Housi.
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: i    of i ach
month
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May,
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SOCIETIES.
The Artistic
j View Point
Rightly or wrongly
"Fashion-Craft" believes
that its salesmen should
be just as hard to please
as its most fastidious customer.
That is, none but men
trained in clothes knowledge can sell "Fashion-
Craft" clothes.
They must understand
not only FIT which is
, elementary knowledge but
color < ffect and pattern
effect so that their taste
and judgement is used to
the buyers interest.
Think what this means
-helping the customer to
choose, and. not forcing
him to buy.
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The Commercial
View Point
"Fashion-Craft" business suits include fine
English Worsteds, Saxonies and Cheviott, in
ample variety from $15 to
$.m
The $15 suit has $15
worth of substantial wearing value and the appearance of higher priced
garments,
Every Suit at whatever
price is intended to emphasize one fact, that
"Fashion-Craft" clothing
is a distinct type and that
the wearer is getting the
s best a custom tailor can
do���plus "Fashion-Craft"
distinction.
Suit for Suit���price for
price "Fashion-Craft"
wins the confidence of
good dressers.
A Professor, His Lobsters and 8*mt
Casks of Sea  Water.
Last year a professor ln one of the
Tails universities resolved to study the
habits of lobsters In bis laboratory. As
they live in salt water, tbe first rare
of tin- profeeessor was, of course, to pro-
run- a .supply of tbis iiii-iliuin. The
common mortal will probably consider
it a most simple task���to provide a few
barrels of sea water, Tbis, however,
Is in it so ln France. Sea water eon-
tie.us salt, and the production of salt Is
a source Of revenue. This made lt
necessary for the professor to first ob-
tain the permission of tbe minister of
finance before be could travel and
transport the water. Winn bis application reached the ministry, a subordinate official was directed to Inquire
into tbe standing of the petitioner.
Tbis involved considerable correspondence, which passed through numerous
channels and finally reached tbe chief
of the department, who now initiated
another Investigation In order to ascertain why a Parisian professor
should be so anxious to lower the
level Of tbe Atlantic ocean. After several weeks the Inspector made favorable report. Some days later tbe petitioner was notified of tbe favorable
consideration of his request In the
usual elaborate official language, accompanied by circulars giving extracts
from tbe penal cofle relative to Infringements of the salt monopoly.
Finally, after montbs of waiting, the
professor was enabled to haw.- soAie
tasks filled with salt water at a des-
Ignated point on the seashore, .if
com-.-., under the supervision of anothei official, who duly issued a permit
for the transportation of the liquid into
tbe interior.
Condensed
Advertisements
F
_>TJND���STRING
OF
SHELLS,
with pi at1
heart
in i
.entre.
Ap-
ply
The News.
FOU SALE- PIANO, PRACTICAL-
|y ii.-'..; owner moving east;
mu.-t sell. Address M. c. M., Xews
��ffice.
pun H.MA-2���2 STORIED HOUSE,
JL on corner lot, Carnarvon Btreet.
Ten rooms, bath, furnace, stone foundation.' Price $5,500. Applj '/.., P. O.
Hox 893.
FOI "Mi   OLD BRINDLE COW.    iF
not called for In two weeks, will
sell to defray expenses. A. M.ackvay,
Burnaby Lake.
FOR  SALE���ONE  FUNK & WAG-
nalls Standard  L.ctionary    Sub
set
iption  edition.  Apply, Daily N. ws.
GtRL WANTED    IN     FAMILY   OF
.two. Apply first house below convent, west side of Albert Crescent.
H
DMER PIGEONS FOR SALE-    AP
ply    P.  0.  Hox 537,  New  West
minster.
JAPANESE     BOY     ATTENDING
school wants work with good family   in  re!urn   for  room    and   board,
Apply Box 545, city.
COSTLY   RAZORS,
0, F.-AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
:���    ilai   meetings of this  lodgi
^e he d In Oddfellows' hall, Colum
Btreel   .".ery  Menday  evening
18 o'clock.    Visiting brethren cor
illy   Inviti !    to    attend.    C.  S
| J, G.;   A WO. McDonald.
ath mi. it. S.; G, O.
. lex. Adams, treasurer.
BUSINESS  SUITS
H. L. DeBeck, Agent,      -     -     -     New Westminster
Eternal order of eagles.
r '��� 20 Meets every Tuesday
p ��� - p, m., in the Eagles'
W l : i Btreet    F. J. Lynch
|   Pri       11    Schofleld, Secretary.
U. w-FRASER LODGE No. 3
rMeetingfl the first and third Tues
P ;�� each month. Vlsltim
rethr.m cordially Invited to attend
<U* room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
pllmvB'  block,  Clarkson  street,  C
""     -   recorder;  Ceo. Bacon.
psst'T workman.
I}E OF COLOMBIA LODGE No
��i SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S ���
ed Ruse Degree meets Second aud
etirth Wednesday of each month
K- of P.  Hall, Columbia St.. at
i> m . W bite Rose Degree, Fourth
,f,!:' la. m each month, same
"ie ami place, Visiting Brethren
ivlted. E. L. Webber pre
��Bt, H, DlBney, secretary.
ART BRUNETTE. No. 4099, lO.F.
Meets the Fourth Fridav In the
pomi, al s o'clock, In the small
l��!.Oddfellows' block. Visiting
P'lireu ira cordially Invited to at
��ml '. H. Rushton, 0. R.; F. P
"well, it s.
fiRT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.8808,
!��' F. ri,,. regular meetings ol
��" Lodge are bold on the Socond
,""": b ruesdaya of each month
,,' P- m. in the Oddfellowa' Hall
,, /"" Hrethren are cordlalv in
��� ,,':'; 'tend. E. C. Kirtb, C. R.;
i^jMaxwell, Sec.
��er1��/m- temwlars of tem
it��   ��� ,E '""'n  evary Wedaesdaj
Hi, "',1, ;; I'. ni��� lu Oddfellows
b ���   Ulumbla     street.     Visiting
,���  " "" ''ordially iwvlted to at
, '' '' Haggman, s. C.; N. It.
fnwn.se. etary.
IOC!at,oC��TLAND  BENEFIT AS
KpTi8N' h0RD 0F the ,sles
Third 'r M,'e,a on the First and
K. of ,';'s,llly of eve|,y nionth in
Chief- I i "'U1- ���'oun McNiven
L    ��� ���>. J, Forreat-M". Rec. Sec.
kM��',F~"R��yal  Cit>'  Lod8'!'  No-  3
l|n/'; ,!i   Oddfellows'   Hall,   Colli, ,"'.'S"!' "'very  Friday evening
. Visiting brethren will
V'''1- wicoma.   ch. ciow, N.u.
p.ii"rj."""""������ ''���  0-  recording sec
Northern
Pacific   j
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
yuick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
\No ALL POINTS EAST
Sieum.sbiij   tickets   ou   saUi    to   all
European [mints.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trlf
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
43<i Hastings St.. Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
DO YOU POSSESS
lhat 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
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Nkw Westminster Branch.
F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
"The Milwaukee" ^e Canadian Bank of Commerce
Ful TlE*"AL   80CIETIES'
iy .     '"" I nlon ixidge, No. 9, A.
|.\��� r     "���> King Solomon Lodge,
N(l u'A  p  and A. M.;  L. 0. L.,
���"fini,,.,!.'.   :.0, '- No- 1698; Court
W T0n' X"- "83, I. 0. P.'; C. 0.
;i:u��;
L ,';l", vvestmlnBtar,   No.
klah .'""' "f 0wl8' Xt,st No. 29;
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
No trains in thr service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
r<0.i|>m<'iit that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
ind dining cars on Bill their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
���service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. Genera] Aitent.
I im Third St., cor Alder. Portland. Or
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
.     CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S
HOLIDAYS
Tickets will be on Sale December
21, 22, 23, 24 ami 25, nml   December
128, 29, 30, Sl.and January l.   Good to
return up to nnd Including January 3,
j at one fare and    one    third  for the
round  trip.   For other particulars,
ED. GOULET,
Apent, New Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Oenl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO. *
B   K   WALKER,  President. ALKX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued ni the following rates:
|5 ainl under  2 cents
Over ib nnd mn exceeding $10  0 cents
Over $1" and not exceeding $;io ...10 cents
Over $:;u ami not exceeding $.">0 15 cents
These orders nre PAYABLE AT PAR at any office iu Canada of a
Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points In
the United St-.ites.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THE CANADIAN DANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENO.
Tbey form an excellent  met bod of remitting  small  sums  of  money with
safely and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R DAVIDSON. Manager
Some Gold Handled That Sell For $50.
Handles of Silver and of Ivory.
If a man were content to shave himself with a razor having a bard rubber
handle, as Indeed most men are, he
could buy one with a blade of very excellent quality for a dollar, but there
are razors far more expensive than
this.
ThUE there are sold razors with bandies of IS carat gold and of plaiu
smooth finish that briug $50 each. A
pair of such razors in a plain silver
box eau be bought for a hundred dollars.
P.ut .$50 Is not the limit of what one
may pay for a gold handled razor. If
tbe handle were elaborately chased Its
cost might mount up to twice that, or
$200 fur a pair.
'1 nere are also sold, among those
more expensive, silver handled razors
which range iu price from $0.50 to
$30 each, $6.60 being tbe price for one
with a plain silver handle, while those
more costly have their handles more or
less elaborately chased or carved.
A man who did not altogether like a
bard rubber handled razor might find
his fancy suited with one having a
handle of Ivory, aud au Ivory handled
razor need not necessarily be expensive. A razor with a plain ivory handle can be bought for $2. Of course
any carving would ndd to the cost.
Costly razors are usually sold for
gifts.���New York Sun.
The Age of Marriage.
The age of legal capacity to marry ln
England Is much lower than in Italy.
The English law has adopted iu this
respect a law of Roman nnd even
Athenian origin, b.v which the ages of
fourteen and twelve were fixed as the
marriageable ages of males and females, respectively. In Italy the age
ls fixed by the civil code at eighteen
and fifteen. Formerly the age of spous-
als in England was as low as seven
for both sexes, but such marriage was
not considered perfect, for the parties
might disagree to lt when they arrived at the mature age of twelve or
fourteen.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework for month, or
washing clothes by the clay. Apply to
S. Matsumura, P. O. Box 296, city.
POSITION  WANTED    AS  WORK-
-*-      ins    housekeeper;     good    cook.
Apply at News offlce.
LOST���GREENISH COLORED   overcoat   on   Saturday  night.    Reward.   Finder return to Central hotel.
LOST.      AN     OLD    FASHIONED
gold i.rooch set with cairngorm.
Reward. Apply Daily News.
LDST���ON COLUMBIA STREET,
between Post offlce and Morey's
lady's Dresden silk bag. containing
fancy worked linen centre piece. Return to News office.
STRAYED LAST WEEK A SMALL
dark   sorrell    horse.     Notify F.
Reichenbach, New Westminster.
TIT ANTED���BY    A   YOUNG    QEN-
* '     tleman,      furnished      bedroom
with   private   family.      Address    W.,
care of Daily  News office-
WANTED���YOUNG LADY, JUST
left school preferred, to take
care of offlce. Apply D. C. Daily-
News offlce.
W'NTED���YOUNG MAN WANTS
a room containing a ttove or
grate, in private residence; Ticinity
of Sixth street and Royal avenue preferred.    Leave replies at News office.
TT7 A NTED��� POSITION    AS    FIRE-
* *    man or warehouseman in west..
Address the News. ~J
WANTED���POSITION  AS PRESS
man  or helper.      Address The
News.
ANTED���POSITION  AS  SALEfcT-
lady,  or  as nurse  for invalid.
Poeti' Themes.
The cynics of our time have whitewashed many of the vices. Poets like
the earlier Swinburne practically
praised lust as an expression of the
love of life. Poets like Mr. Rudyard
Kipling practically praised cruelty as
nn expression of the love of life. Poets
like Mr. Henley and Mr. John Davidson have practically praised drunkenness, or violence, or obscenity as expressions of the love of life.���Q. K.
Chesterton In London N'ews.
W	
Apply at this office for address.
WANTED���A NUMBER OF FIRST
class laborers.    Apply to Quig
ley, near Small & Bucklin'B,
W' ANTED���BY      YOUNG     LADY,
room and  board, convenient 'o
pnst office.    Apply K.. Box 693.
WANTED���POSITION AS HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good experience; best of references. Apply
0., P. i). Bos R93.
1 Re��ukah i.o-icp, so. v, I. 0,
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.8.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wltL correspondents ln al) oarts ct the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums or $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 BRANCH O   D.  BRYMNER. Msnaepr
Proof  Positive.
The policeman had shot a fleeing
prisoner.
"It was an accident," he explained to
his superior.
"What proof have you of th.itV"
"Why, I hit him, didn't IV" rejoined
the accused with an air of finality.���
Philadelphia Ledger.
A Surprise, All Right.
"My husband has promised to allow
me to choose what I want for inv
birthday."
"Oh, then there will be no surprises
this year."
"Yes, there will. He will be sur-
prlced enough when he gets the bill."
TAXING JAPANESE BOY WANTS
���*��� situation as house boy; honest
and intelligent; speaks good English.
Address G. NISHI, P. 0. Box 414,
New  Westminster.
DR. HATHERLY, Optician and doctor of Ophtbalmolgy. Cures
Nervous and Chronic Headaches by
skillfully prescribed glasses.
Parlors on Sixth St., Murchie
block, New Westminster.
Better Than Dying.
Teacher���Now. children, remember
the text, "Eat, drink and be merry, for
tomorrow you die." Pupil ��� Please,
teacher, ln our family we don't. Wc
all take castor oil next day.���Life.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Deal-
j ers ln Ladles' and Gents'
FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
A Helping Hand.
Rich Old Uucle ��� And remember,
dear, that when I die all that I have
goes to you. Niece���Thank you, uncle.
Do let me give you more mince ple.���
Harper's Weekly.
I Marcel Wave, Bleaching and Dye-
i ing. Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
| and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville St. Vancouver, B. C.
At KENNY'S Cafe'ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
In Qarrick's time when the weather
wm wn rm the mea ta the pit took off
coats and vests.
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Don't  forget that we bave a full line of Toys, all new sto
we are selling ret less than eastern prices.
0     line of Dolls at $1.00 xnd $1.50 can't be equalled.
PRICES ARE RIGHT
Every FRIDAY we have a  social sale of Choice  Home-M ide      I
dies.
SATURDAY we will sell a popular brand of 10c Cigars at 4 for 25c.
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SUCCESSOR TO R. C.  PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily New.-; Publishing  Company,   Limited,   at   the<r
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front
gtn   ts, New Westminster, B   C
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
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WEDNESDAY. DEC.  18, 1907
TUPPER'S MEMORY.
The \ b tori i Times ' is een taking
Sir Charh - Tupper to task for saying that th* l.i ii :��� e ���- ���., osed confederation. Now Sir Charl s was there
and Knows that Hon- George Brown,
one of the leaders in Literalism in
pre-confederation days, strong again I
any compromise with Toryism, sank
his principles for the time loin- and ' ri'"' and so attractive!) displayed
��� uti ������ i ! e coalition government"
which completed the difficult task <-f
early choice and ensure better satisfaction. While we believe we have
In New Westminster marts the mos;
kindly, painstaking: ami efficient staffs
of employees, yet the close application to their profession In these very
busy days, must of necessity find
ihem weary and nervous and, may te,
fretful toward the close of the day,
and Hie holiday strain coming with- hospital-
out a break till near midnight on
Christmas Eve, will timl them day by
day getting worse, and the service
they wo-hel wiliinglj rend< r to customers and employer cannot b ���
good i;; tbo closing hours an l h; s
as ii  is  now.    The custo . su ill;
suffers most, being the victim of their
own prost r istination, Wbl e on this
���subject, we say withoul fear of contradiction that no city of the size of
New Westminster or wl h dou de its
poulatlon In this whole Domlnloi ' i
such  abundance of  choice,   varied   In
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned and marked "Tenders for Supplies," up to 1 p, in, Saturday, December 28th, 1907, for supplying tho hospital from 1st January.
19D8, to olst December, 1908, with the
following   articles:
Bn ad,   white   an.l   brown:
Beef;
IWllttoil ;
Milk;
Drugs;
Groceries;
Wood,  slabs, jeer cor I.
Coal, washed nut;
Fish:
Funerals.
Detailed lists of drugs, groceries,
beef, mutton, and fish can be obtained   at   the hospital.
Neither the lowest or any tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of the groceries anl all
information obtainable on application
to  the   Lady   Superintendent,   at   the
s^V/V..;.,
T '*&l4W
A Full
Line of
H$b&
Solid Gold     or   Gold Filled
W.  H. KEARY,
Secretary R,  C.   II.
New Westminster.  II.  C,
December 18th,  1907,
TURNBULL'S
BAKERY
4th and Columbia Sis.
ranging: from
$4 to
$IOO
ranging from
$2.50 to
$7.50
as are the stocks in every line to be :
found in this city, and il  is  poor poi-1
icy indeed to strengthen the bus ness
bringing Upper and Lower Canada tc-  interests of other cities to t;.     letri-
gether,   forming  the   nucleus    of the   men of our own.  by  taking  the men-
greater confederation which followed.   ' ���'   '-'l,'nt'ii    bere   to    purchase  el
'������   i re.   I; we are evi r to I e the teat
Sir Charles no doubt thinks that the
Liberals have had an innings, anel bas
fallen  back t.) his old  ways of reck-
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies.   Fresh
taffy. G. B. chocolates.
Bread 5c per loaf.
Set with pearl, diamond, sapphire,
emerald, ruby, garnet and plain
Horace Dorer
city that nature Intended us I     e, wel
It is good
ADVERTWE
every turn.
ADsolutelv
15 THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   BY   THE
must be jealous of the success ol ourl      ^ ,
business   houses,   and   loyally  do  our       tome and   have a lOOK   at
less statemenl in the hope of knock-  legitimate trading at home;  anei -his jOUr Xmas  Cake   before buying them out.   The old knight should  aPPlies to merchants  is well, wh    _o  jnp- elsewhere
have  a   little    regard  for    historical  ouiside to obtain articles in lines oth       ' *' '
, , er than their own.    We do n0|       , I   ^^c Per" pounc
facts and rem mber thai he, although   ���,   -,, lWl        ,
ft     of   50,000   or 100,000   clubs,     bul   v	
'"' ;    -  ;;"   ,::" ";:i'   ���    ���   I "���������+ �����'"'   have the   most    solid,  homelike   ,
Is posted aboul the days so long ago.   well .appointed city on the coasl    .   :
Th -    ar    o hers.    There  are those   ir   should be the    endeavor  of  each I ��� tN ���
who    ...     ���   tt the l.i erals wera nol   r'!fiz'n to atrengthen  our pos' Ion at     THE     daily      new
opi os   i :..    uilding the N ttional railway, the C. P. K . and that a Ll n i .:
governmenl  commenced the construction  of thai   road.    Ther- are  those
ivho know also thai only the fear of
being put out of jxjver pi evented the
Conservatives from making a reckless
farce  of  the   system    by  wishing to
.construct short lines ot railway connecting the lakts and ttiere are those
living that  remember the  memorable
night   when   Sir  John   A.   Macdonald
-.r on the corner of the table in the
caucus  room and  laid  down his  ul'i-'
matum,   "All   rail  or  I resign,"    and
i" ���.   aftw  !������...r    i'e-   the   discussion
> '  .   warm and the party seemed at
one against him, he still said In firm
determination, "All   rail or I  resign."
Sir Chat        '���      ���       ' ���    one of th >.
con.-       .       who lined up in opposition   o Sir   )"1i:i  and a sorry picture we would have h id in the llghl
of thi  e I i ter da     ol      ���   nslon and
erl ,   if Sir Charh     ��� i   ier bad
had '::s   ��� e    and     thes    i onneel ag
links of railway joining I he lak s as
the onlj        u    ol ng Ihe con-
tineni on Canadian soil.    Pe ipi i al o
remembi r    h U   when    ���'.:,-    <b ��� rals j
lnl i    owi .-   ::  I 596, Sir Charles
bi sii cl   thai   tbe   i h rages   In   the
Mi    '      Hi      was n il
po i   i    ';������    lie,ird,
���   ��� ii   da ���       t to be, the wall
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ii  we '.    ��� . .     di   tn       ol
. i er      and   ���
ting '. that d iy, he
now says II is the . . old National
polic;.     Sir   Hlbbi r    ��� tl lefeal
more I ecause he \- i the wn of his
���'ii i.-r than for any othi r r ason, and
the council of the country can ill-
afford to lose such men, even if thoy
be in e pposition, and if in the old
battle ground of Nova Scotia he Is
preparing for the fray, it will be helpful to his cause for the Aged Baronet
to be more careful of his statements.
Goldsmith
Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Tram   Office
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A lady should never forget to say
XMAS IS COM
GLADDEN YOUR YOUNGSTERS' HEARTS
By Ordering
A  Christmas Tree
From
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
We will di .. ei        ��� ��� ,    hou a   peciallj sete< led I "   ��� ���'
od bush    tops, from 50c upwards, accoi ding    i
or [/hone j du   ord r to I he off i e of F. J,  H irl  &  Co   Ltd
the bub. and delivery will be promptlj made On th
P. S.   S] eel il rates to Sunday  Sch    I    ind '
v>- W.
PERIAL
The fraser Valley Nurseries, 111
Phones:   A352;   109; 38.
vv. 8. cupt' -   Manage''
-���when she wants to obtain the very best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled lor Pastry       FRY    IT
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Rakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for   ferminal,   and  see that you get it.
Feed  of   all   Kinds.      Hay
THE CHRISTMAS TRADE.
We '���- - -. .' ��� ii. rendering purchasers a valuable service when we
.���oi-.... e hem tn < ome flown ia ilie
morning and as early a , ilble In
tiie wei.. ne do their Christmas shopping. "Avoid tb" rush" Is a hack-
i,e ��� ii phrase, but nevertheless It ap-
lilies forclbl ��� In this eas ���. The army
of workers In tha stores wlll tpprecl-
ate i ln's advice to patrons, and will
physically e bet'.er fltti el to aid ycu
in .vour choice Bud will linn ' r adlly
show you t he hpst. values and in l'nes
nliiih  may  run'low     you   will   have
The Easterbrooke Milling Co,
McQUARRIE   &   CO.   Local Agents.
1 1 2 front Street.
WHEN  GOING E>\:  f
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SfiND YOU (i VER
"THE NORTHWESTERN Lih��"
Eighl Trains Every May in the  Y.(
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Payl
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF   FAME
CHE    NORTH.WESTERN,    Lib
Embodies the newest   and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
ind   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with
both   electricity   and   gas}   the   mosl
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   th<
world.     The  equipment   consists
private   compartment   cars,   stand,-
ib   section   sleepers,   luxurious  dining
Hear, reclining chait cars (seats free;
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li
brarv  and   smoking  ears.
For  Time  Tables,   Folders, oi   any
further information call on or *nt'
P. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
tvn Sc mill  Avenue, SfBtfU   Will
MNTIN
Have you:' prii
lown by the lo
high grade pi
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEV
: Nl T FROM
Ottawa or Jap*11
Can vou   hope to 2
this cheap labor que#
ADVfiRTlBE IN r:n.: b'AILY NEWS
'just have your P^Sk
with tho Uwpni Ifl
attached, made d   ���
IJ. N. AITCHIS0J3
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��SDAY
DEC.   18,   1907
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
1?AGE ftV��
The Cash Stores
6       m
Christmas
Everybody
Doesn't matter how much or how little you
wish to spend. You'll find this store stocked' as
never before with the goods you want.
To-day we take practically the whole selling
space of two large stores to make suggestions to
you, because, mind you, only six days ahead, and
every day means bigger crowds.
Hundreds  of Silk  Embroidered Waists
Selling at $1.50 and $2.25, the bare cost of making.   It was a lucky day when
thev came to the Cash Stare, and a savin,-' of dollars to every customer.
New Eiderdown Comforters
' < cold, Snappy nights remind you of extra bed clothin:;'. We have re-
��� wed our stock with some of the finest produced, and lowered the price
to make selling easy and much buying possible.
Come and Benefit
Woman I
Money
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Coats for Big and Little
High-grade Coats drop to clearing prices.
Sto''e   open Thursday
and  JP till  Xmas  Eve
1,11  1�� o'clock  p.   m.
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CITY NEWS
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Ducks   in   Ui ii !i- n  achs.
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fron
B   Sargent returned    yesterday
-i business trip to Revelstoke.  i
The Price War Is On In Women s Furs
It's a case of sacrifice pure and simple.    We're going to unload our Fur Stock
in plenty of time for buyers to get all the benefit this winter.
White Foxaline Scarfs, 72 in. long; 4 tails.    Only        -        - - $3.50
Mink,   Marmot,  shaped scarf,   finished  with natural  heads and setting of
ermine, with pillow muff to match; a beautiful gift to a lady,  only $20.00
~'l in. Sable Scarf, with six long sable tails; heavy satin lined, only $10.00
Hundreds of handsome Neck Furs and Sets for girls and small children, worth
coming miles to see and save, at 51.50, $2.25, $3.00 and $3.75
The Handsomest  Waist Ever
Seen Here
1 binationsof the finest and daintiest lace and silk, exclusive designs of
baby Irish guipure and Point-dr-esprit over silk, in cream cr biscuit, as
-veil as pure white.
Shop  in the
.Morning   when
Possible.
J*raJ.':r^T,����^^^
Bee Morey's new ad. on page 6, f��r
Xmas suggestions. '*
J. II. l-.l.ert left yesterday for Ottawa oo an extended visit-
For cut flowers, bouquets    or fun-'
eral designs telephone T.  Davies &
Son, B- 208- ���������
D, Harrison left yesterday on a visit  to Toronto.    He  will  be gone  sev-:
eral   weeks.
<;<���; a box of Ii. C. Cigars for your;
Xmas gift *�� ,
Robert Jardine left yesterday for'
Chiiliwack, jr&ere he will spend a'
couple of days on  business.
Best meals in the city at Kenny's.!
Single meals 2uc; mea! tickets $4.00;
white cooks. **
Major and Mrs.   Mollis, of Vancou-
v. r, and lately of Newfoundland, will
let   the  afternoon    and  evening
servi,-. s  at  the  Salvation   Army   baron  Sunda)   nexl.
ler, Mr. Hole raised a question of
jurisdiction, claiming that the Chinaman was charged with an indictable
offense which could not Le tried by
a magistrate. The case will be argued
on  i uursday morning.
5 room cottage, gool garlen. 3-
stall stable; Immediate possession,
l'rice $1250; $T."0 cash, bal. on easy
terms.    White, Shiles & Co. **
Do you want a new cottage ou a
large lot, below market value? We
can suit you for$lu00, only $400 ca3h
and balance easy. Abbott & Hyde,
next Ctiiclion  Hotel.
Five
Kyle's,
Hoses   and
Front street.
R.    H.   flour,   at
Kyle & Son are still selling
creamery  butter for $1.
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annual Christmas entertainment of the \\*-st End Presbyterian
<���). irch will be held on Friday, Dec.
27 A Bpecial program of attractions
Is being prepared by the children attending the  Sunday school.
W' st End grocery. Japanese oranges 65c  per box.    Ask  for Library
coupons. **
The regular monthly meeting of tiie
board of directors of the Royal Col-'
urubian  hospital  will  be  held  in  thei
City hall   al   3:30  o'clock thi^  after-:
n on.    Important business will be dis-j
CUSSl   1 ���
Si veral cheap lots for sal-, close
tn car, In Sapperton ami West End;
$100 each; easy terms. White, Shiles
& Co., city. **
Th ��� Ramona did not leave on her
ial trip up-river yesterday niorn-
ing, as she was undergoing a boiler
examination at the hands of the Dominion inspi ctor. The boiler Having
been found in goo.l shape, the boat
v, ill niake h r usual trip next Thursday.
Geese  at  Reichenbachs. **
The annual Salvation Army Christ-  T
mas entertainment will be held in thej*
Army hall on Dec.  25, waen an interesting   program   will   be rendered   by!
the children.     A Christmas tree  will ijj
be  the  big  feature among the  many   "*
attractions   provided   by   the   officers
and  soldiers.
2 modern ti-roomed houses to rent,
on car line. $22-50 per month. White,
Shiles it  Co.,  city. **
Tbe Holy Trinity Cathedral Guild
of young girls will hold its annual
sale of useful and fancy articles in
St. George's hall on Thursday evening. The public are invited to attend
and show their appreciation of tie
work being carried on by the young
people in a tangible mann, r. During
tha evening, a concert will be given
by the church talent. A silver collection   will ~~i-  taken  at   the  door.
The B. C. Distillery Company, Ltd.,
will today commence sending out to
patrons small sample cases of the pro
.1 act of that factory, the gif- being
Intended as a reminder that Christmas, the time Of good cheer, is now
near at hand. The Bamples to be
.-i altered .are well put up in aitract-
ive boxes, and make an apprei
present to any person who e ea ly
training has not made him look with
disfavor upon corn-juice.
Leave you." orders for turkeys anl
geese at Adams' Public Supply stores.
N'o.  1 birds, drawn and undrawn.   **
Turkeys  at  Reichenbachs. **
The Olivet Baptist Sunday School
will give a Christmas Cantata entitled
"Santa's Shadow'' on Monday evening,
Dec. 23rd. at eight o'clock. ***
Is of Christmas travi irs that
will us��. the cars between the two
11 is, and to this end. a Bpecial ser-
trice will le in force on those days
when traffic is expected to be tbe
heaviest. A reduced fare of 50 cents
return for adults, an 1 25 \oents re-
I turn for children under -twelve, will
be ��� it in force from 6:50 a. m. today
until midnight on Jan. 2, when the
usual  rates will   again  govern.
How would a box of dear Havanaa,
like the "Brillantes," go for Xmas    **
Christmas turkeys and ge 'Be,drawn
and undrawn, at George Adams' Public Supply stores. Leave your orders early. **
Before renewing your fire insurance
policy for 1908, call on White, Shiles
& Co., and get their companies' records for prompt payment of losses
during  1907. **
The caese of Bole vs. Grau-.r, an action to recover a bill of costs incur-
red in conveyancing real estate, was
tried before Judge Cane yesterday.
It seems that Mr. Grauer had accept-
eel J. P. Hampton Bole as solicitor
in the matter, at the suggestion ot
th ��� seller, rjul as it. is the custom
for the buyer to provide his own deed,
I.Mr. Bole brought in a bill of $231.
Mr. Grauer r fused to pay. on the
ground that Mr. Bole 'aad been acting
as solicitor for the seller. Decision
was  reserved.
Auction sale of household furniture
including 1 piano, 1 steel range, 2
iron beds, carpets, etc., in the new
building of the Dominion Trust Co.,
Columbia street, opposite CA.Welsh's
j grocery, on Thursday afternoon, Dec.
19, at 2 o'clock. T. J. Trapp, auction-
eeer.
Buy  your Xmas candies a'
Front street. 3  lbs.   for 25c
Kyle's,
**
A special  effort is to  be  made  by
the B. C. E.  R. company to   handle I lng  universal satisfaction
with  comparative ea*e  the  immense ; Hyde, next Guichon hotel
We are agents for the I. H. C. gasoline engines.    These engines are giv-
Abbott &
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Owing to the s ate of th
for the pasl tew �� eks, it
found Impossible to keep ol���-a full
citj i oard of works sl iff, and la-t
Saturday ten men #vere laid off tem
porarlly. Sewer construction has
been greatly retarded on account of
the wot weather, il having been found
necessary In many cases to keep one
man i mployed bailing the water out
of the trench while two men. would
bu  at  work  digging.
The B. C. Cigar factory is manufacturing six different brands of cigars. *
Tho Bible classes of all the undenominational churches of this city
will hold a mass meeting In the
Queen's Avenue Methodist church on
Friday evening, when an interesting
program will be remit red. Among
the speakers of the evening will be
Prof. Sipprell, D, D��� of O lumbian
college; D. S. Curtis, president of the
New Westminster Bible society; and
the Revs. Dr. Rugg, Dr. Taylor, A. do
B- Owen and J. S.  Henderson.
Back  up  a "White  Man's  Canada"
i and eat at Kenny's restaurant.       **
The ease of Yuen Bon l.oi suffered
another adjournment yesterday, this
time on the motion of J. P. Hampton
Bole, appearing for the defense. Af-
, ter all the evidence for the prosecu
tion had teen presented by A. Wheal-
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Wednesday, December 18,
is the day that this bright
New Drug Store opens
for business
We have tried to make this Pharmacy a little
different from the ordinary���a little brighter,
more convenient; for we want you to shop here
and have tried to make shopping easy for you.
We have a cosy corner for you to rest while
waiting for the car���come in and try it.
Whether you want a postage stamp or a prescription filled, you are sure of prompt, thoughtful, courteous service.
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A Souvenir Package of our Toilet Preparation
will be given to every visitor on
Opening Day
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Dominion Trust Block.
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WEDNESDAY, DEc .,
1H?
THE   BUlCK   SEA.
ttt
Waters   So   Badly   Poisoned   That j
Life  Is  Practically   Impossible.
Few   persons,  probably, "ther than I
those engaged In  tbe pursuit of sd-
ence, are aware  that the Black sea i
presents :in interest of its own to the
BOOlogisi  and lhe geologist  shared  by j
no ether part of the ocean at the pres-
eut flay.
Throughout  the greater part of the
ocean the bottom is the dwelling place
of a Dumber of creatures whose busi- I
iiei-s it is to consume the bodies of the
members of the surface fauna which
after death sink to the bottom.   In the
Black sea. however, says the l-'ield, ow- j
lng to special geological events, such
scavengers   are   totally   wanting   over I
the greater pari "f thi' bottom, so that i
the carcasses .ef  the creatures  which .
fall from above are left to deeomiwise, i
which   they   s| dily   do  nt   the com-
paratively   high   temperature of  the
wn ter.
Hy their decomposition two soluble I
compounds, carbonate of ammonia ami
sulpbureted  hydrogen,  nre developed I
in enormous quantities, while no free i
lime, except such as is introduced from
tbe Mediterranean, is left. The vol-
ume of sulphurated hydrogen ls so
���greal as te poison ihe water from
the greatest depth (1,'____" fathoms) to |
within about u hundred fathoms of the '
surface to such a degree that life, except for n few bacteria, is absolutely
Impossible.
'I'he circumstance baa n double inter-
est-tlrst, that li is absolutely unique
at the present day, ninl. secondly, that
it seems to eflVr an almost exact parallel to the stale of affairs (hat existed
at the Inconceivably remote epoch
when ihe eldest known sedimentary
rocks were laid down as mud on the
ancient sea bottom.
BANKING - FOR - BUSINESS - MEN
Our methods of banking are the kind men of business prefer���considerate, just, prompt and accurate,
You are cordially invited  to investinate our means
and methods.
Special cosideration given Savings Depositors,
M NORTHERN BANK
Capital   Paid   Up,  $1,200,000
Rest  and   Undivided   Profits.  $116,000
J. ALLEN, Local Manager,   New Westminster, B.C,
McQUARRIE   &   CO
Real Estate Brokers Insurance  Ag ents     FinancioJ Agents
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 PRONT ST.     PllUlifi 333 FRONT ST.
Pat  Was Surprised.
Two  lii-!,:,,en  i_'"i   the contract  to
clean u well.    I'm lied a rope around
his middle, .-'.ml .Mike lowered him Into |
the   well     When   Pat   wns   through
cleaning, MlUe began to hoisl him up. i
Imi when lie wns halfway up he called i
to his companion in ihe well:
"Hould e:i n ralnuit, Pat, till I spit
on me bands." nnd ie! go ef ihe p.; e.
Naturally Pal descended again n little
too rapidly for comfort. When Mike |
realized his blunder, he run te the well
and called down:
"Put. Put. are ye dead?"
And his partner replied:
"Xo. ye brainless spalpeen; Ol'm not
dead, begorry, but Ol'm spacbless wid
surprise :it. yek"; Judge's  Library.
CLEARANCE  SALE
Of New and Second Hand
Furniture, Stoves, Pictures, Lamps, Etc.
The entire contents of my Front street stores
must be disposed of at once as the building is to be
altered and two stories added. This is your op-
p irtunity to buy a complete outfit at a xevy reasonable figure.
ALEX. SPECK
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS ES ��������
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; h\\i
cash, balance terms.
Lota 2, v, 4. b. ii, in. 12, 13, 14, 15
16, IT. I \ 19, 20, 28, 66, 71. 72, 73, 7-1
and 77 i :' subdivision :;. in subui ���.'���
block li. Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
il room house <m Hamilton street,
all  modern  Improvements.    One  i<"
��� from car line: lot 60x132- Price $1400.
.. fiioii cash, halance in monthly pay-
i-; ments.
i:; S room house, all modern Improve
I   men is. full sized lot, Sherwood street,
��� Sapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash,
}   halance on time.
.:'-   acres laud next  to  Royal  Oak
;   hotel,     has   been   cultivated,     not a
Btump on it. now In grass, 28 bear-
jj  Ing  truit  trees,  all  Kind.-,    sufficienl
lumber to build good  large harn, 5-
.  room house and barn and large chick-
-:  en   bouse   for  aboul    250  chickens:
good  well;  near to school and train:
fenced.   Pric.: $3500 . Terms $1600
:   $1000 iii April and $1  Apr I
fi  low Ing, or $3400 cash.
1  L.e! 66x*32 fi . S. 4 of 8, hu..     ���
, , . 3rd and Qui i :���  avenue.    Prici
t $1250; half cash, bal, 6 months.
Block corner of Fun::!, avenue and
Thirteenth sire.:  8Sxl32 onl)  $800, .,
. i Investment,
Lol   20,   block    B   . u Ing    English
rii irch, next lot to bridge, Cai aa  ������ a
reet;  price $050.
160 acres less right of way aboul B
acres fur railway; 25 acres Btumpi i,
15 acres roughly cleared i ��� i fence :
1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
rn 30x32 an 1
10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed  20x30;   small  milk bouse, small
ice acn.-. less 3% for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. ii: all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm:
4o acres under-drained, ditched all
lound and fenced around and through
centre; 6 room house; barn 40x75,
sufficienl feed for aboul 300 head of
-lock. Price $8000; term- one-third
cash, imi. to -nit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
I/'t   22,   block      li,      bel ween     Mrs.
iloffanis and Thomson house,Carnar- |
von street; full size $1000.
160 ACRKS aboul two miles from
Aldergrove station.  30  acres  clean I
an.l partly fenced, good house, ban,
and stable. l'rice $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
l*A ACRES, Block !), Lot No. 2, Dist.
Ijot 8; south side of tbe river, ni IT
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
2 I/)TS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of
loth Streel and St. Andrews. l'rice
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 6Cx
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easv.
Block, corner of Auckland ft llfh Sr. and Royal Ave., almosl an acre,
$2,500
Full size
of  Regina Sl .
avenues,   w .
$400;   ball
4  Lota
I3th sire, ���
���
'
:-": !'J
$1200 cash.
4th
Mi wo.
2 HOUSES   on i ;
Sapperton; 5
shed and 4 roi
shed.   $1000 each, i
ance easj
77.7,8 ACRES, black loan, v<
ploughed and i ld ^JJ
B. Va Sect, 6.   $75 per ac._
cash, one-third I ���,. .������...    .,.'   '
months.
7 LOTS,  120x5     '
4  lots cleare],  small hou
house, 17a chic
price $1500, $]	
6 ACRES rood I
I.ot   16,   corm ....,.''
an')  Brum tti
roomed   house; jjn|Dg
kitchen and tied; conserva! n ��� .... ic.
heated bj ?
IE   bearing fruil   :
stock ready to plan
v acres  clean d,                 ... 0���
malnlng a   ���
from school.    ;"   .   ;   ���_
bal, in 6 n
.'HOM
1   Lol   S \ 132,
$800  cash.
;���
���
160 acres. 2 miles from city.
$-10 per acre
Two lois on 18th street, between  7th and 8th avenues.
2 houses c.irner or Merriva! an I
Acnes: full si/e.| lot; city block 31,
lol   11;     one   house  rents   for  ?-'���">.  the
3 LOTS,   :.. '   ,v  ..   full i
i leared, up) - r   . U  -
tween 1st and 2n I Stn Prl
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lol t Strei
Cth Avenue on bo  ':. ���    '.'���
37 A. 38, full size     P    i i"OOfort
four, or $300 each;  half I
Doubl
ist and
tern mei iti v.��J
ni  SL;   1  ie       Prlo 5:o.|
other $10;   tlush  closets  and  all con- caBn h.l)f and balf la
with    sewers.     Price $3,500. i Renl8 for j10 each t(
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing rash $2,000,    balance in 6, 12 and Is
fruit trees; natural spring well. Puce
$6000; $2000 cash, balance i aslly arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue easl
side, new bouse; $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot i��, $1000 ea
|u acres % si   tl      ' ���   N    ioJEl
of Tn. 2, about 3 n
I la worth road, Surrej |
1 \i storey hou.-'-.
other ;; can be B Idi rs; m
.-back:   l i-i  acre ��� -\
Lot ll ou Sherbrooh Btreel of II ol  with clover, red; '
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-1' cash, balance, ii months at 7 per a ot.
months at 7 r't.
Lots 14 and IE of 1 of 6 of 4
fcleared.) l'rice $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 pei cenl
(me   mile   from   sfaii Pricj
$1,200; .   tern..-   balf
n onth   at 7 ���;
'���*ni_ fr-*-*-*^
-i.-322
The Jujube Quintette   in   "Are  You   Crazy?"
^'^b
TOYS all kinds from 5c to $5.00
DOLLS, oil kinds from 5c to $18.00
BOOKS, fine assortment, from 5c to $5.00 each
BIBLES, from 40c to $7.50 each
PRAYER AND HYMN BOOHS, from 25c to $3.50
Purses, Pocket Books, Wallets, Card Cases, Cigar Cases
Writing Cases, Desks, Music Folios, ic. at
all prices.
Beaded Bags are fashionable for Ladies,    We have then
from 25c to 6.00 each
Back Combs and Side Combs from 25c to $3.50 each
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., .Ird
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $2000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12,;
$5,000, easy terms.
27'^ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young:
fruit trees, just comenclng    to   bear;
new house, \if_ storey, 5 rooms;    hen
houses,   in   good   order;     some  acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.      Balance   ahout   70   acres,   only
jof    property    easily    cleared.      Price   Half cash.    Jump.
j $ 4 i 7 0 0 ;      $2500 cash, balance 6
I and 12 months.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city I    Its
$60   each   lot.      Fuller   particulars   on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, (lush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arrange.
160 aeres on the Scott road, IG acres
cleared; barn 50 x 80; stables, etc;
splendid soil- only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commur,
$25   per   acre
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 96, 96 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
This property Is only V. mile from  4 lots cleared without a slump; small
j tram  line.   Over two hundred chick- i house,   chicken     house,
(ens and ducks could be sold with the j chickens; horse and rig;
���property at a snap. ,   .    ,,.   ������
1 Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of il. Price
$500 for three or $175 each;   1-'^ cash
balance fi months at 7 i>er cent.
Wi Bti rly -l.ii Sub. Bio I
1! 2x132 ( ner  10   '
houses drawing $28   ���   month, Prltjl
$5,000. half cash,    alan ���  III 6 and |
nionths.
li) acres.partly cleared; Kanaka cn
running through; good road; one mi*
north   of   Webster's corner:    Bl���:.;���
mill and P.O. at the wesl corner; tl��|
ber worth $7 per acre; cedar and JJ
4 miles    from    I'm!    Hane      Vrm
$2,100: terms $1,100 cash, balance q
ranged.
Large lot and two cottage! cd C��|
lumbia sireet, Sapperton. Both ren��j
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey house and|
full size lot, situated nortii side
Royal avenue and corner ol -McKiaallI
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot and I
cold water, closet; woodshed: young I
bearlg fruit trees; streets on three|
sides; fine view. Price $',800
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St.,
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 46, block fi, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park-  and   Emory  street,  comprising J No
Oui' China Department is worth seeing.   Lovely
goods at moderate prices.
Morey's
Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B. C.
A-*
V
In all ten 32x120 foot lots facing on
: First street at $700 (excepting the cor-
' ner  lot  facing Fourth    avenue    anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
i on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
: five lots. $400. Call at our office on
i Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
! street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
e month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres ln sec. 32. Timber, flr, ce-
, dar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for ful] particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
, street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
, |9S0. cash.    Single lots st casb.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
��� of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acre-
'age Is selling fast at this price.
.Mo. 808.���8-roomed House, with hath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, halance 3 and 0 mos. at 7 r',.
j No. 300.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 </,..
No.   310���9-roomed   House   and
room,   Agnes   St.    $3,000;   %
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 '
312.���8-roomed   House   and
between QueM'1!
175 choice | and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q.^\
$1500 cash., Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared: U��l
alongside and  back.     Price   I1'000'!
half cash, balance easy at 7 Si
150 acres Improved land, imiliWI
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation. $15,008.   If I"1
can   handle   this, don'l  delay; lt8M
bargain; terras can be arranged.
WFor  the  above  tour  pro] ��� ''' \ \
special price will be made to one P
chaser.
House 30x42. ith   St, between ��j|
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1 <1"ubl(!
bath
cash.
hath
Full sized lot, nortii side o
ilton stret-t between Sixth and
streets; $225.
28  acres on    Mara  rot
J, Bur
$160 an acre   FOR   A  FEW
room,  Agnes  St.      Price $2,500;
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame harn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and constables, three in nil, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24' hen
bouse made of hewed timber laid In liVW Lnt5
raortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life- ."^ ""' * 1        ,      .   .,
4 lots on Fifth Street    1
bedrooms upstairs, and bati toon
down stairs; parlor, dining room, ��"'
chen and pantry, Full sized lol ���*
ning back to Ash St. Price Vfw'
$1,500 caah. balance al $500 pel >e8
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth BvenW
1    <<   'OilJ
nortb side between First ano *
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Price
each or $1100 for the three.
Kipbtb
nal')'.
DAfl
j,   ualnDce
ONLY.   One-quarter ensi
and 2 years at 7 %.
on 13th. street
price 1200
ipiitH
10
Mme, 19,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
1  lot No. 24
���Ide of 4th avenue
Block 12 on 12th Bt, gf "Jfe
prjr(. $2,600, en��-
ca��h, bal. 6, 12 and 18 month!
i�� K "'
"  \��lf
per cent.
'Sub. 16, 8. Blk. 13.     -r-.mmL
cash, halance �� months at ' t*
.'���At.e-u'' DEC.  18,  1907    ���
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGK SEVEN
FIRST -We must thank the residents of this city for their kind patronage on our opening days. ,      ,
SECOND-We mast tell them of our Xmas stock.     It has just arrived and is complete in every respect and contains some features carried only by the nobbiest
Eastern houses,    tor instance FANCY VESTS in choice fabrics and colorings, ranging in price from $3.50 to $6.00.     MEN'S HOUSE COATS that lend that
������-'���    ""��� ' .00 to$8.00. MEN'S NECKWEAR in shot colored effects,
unlined, silk lined and wool lined.   Price $1.25 to $1.50,
Chappell & Preston,
Cor. Columbia ancl Begbie Sts.
ii
cf    Canad.an      Northwest
Homestead   Regulations.
��� ��� ���  ��� 1     cUon of Do-
| Vlanitoba,  Saskatch-
... xceptlng i and 26,
ii  hom Btea led b
��� he sol    hi ad ol
'-_< ^
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
; '��� -.'    ���   : ICE ' .     ippl   ition hai
:> -:���
    18 years ol i Pee Siinpli   ui |< . ,  Tax
��� in of one-qu irtei sei I from C. C. Fisher to Joseph
. ore ���, IeS8. ��� ig date the 16th day o   No-
...-,-.     mu pi '      eV. D. 1904, ol al   an I    In ���
I
arci! or tracl ol lan I
and    A en        ..... ���    ���        ' lying and
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington and Blacksmith's
COAL
MAYERS flf PRESTON
POINTED PARAPHS.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
~-n
o which  the
Enti .mi
���!    al   mi   agen  .
: ..
D      let o    Xew  Wei tm n
Bi tish i ...  n
..:. and il
I        Lot 1     Bloi ���        ..���..:... a  ol
-.ither oi   ilster o    " " '' '���'���' >���
OFFICE i HmsiET, FOOT OF SIXTH.
'Phone   1C3.
NEW MISTER
��� a Ler.
.        !   ' .
:.������.- :i., lei  one
,';.wis:
. \ n I - loni
V   .       :        . . i are requii
e
��� - :.  in the
plans: ..    '.   ition ol   thl
e \ months' :      lorn     no . .       . ��� .   i sha I r _���
.  : .en  . /   the i _.id   In Pays as   >w di r tl en o
three yea ind i       e'iy direct that pu
���   tea ler m tj. if be e for i ne month in
ii                : the    n 'iiined    resi-       lail     ������ pub] shi l al New
\                    living on    fa ,:i :i_ . Ill   e -��� od and buA
��� I.   by   him,   n il   less   mi     . . li o thei
��� "   acrei   In c      it, la      Dated at the Lai     Registry (nii- .
ol i:..-  homestead    Join    N'ew v. .stminster, Province of British
l iei, i will not ii : thls| lol    e.i   I iis  26th daj   of October,
1      ' A        D       i.'   I",
f r (or mother, If the C.  s   KEITH,
I cased) of a homesteadei Dis ricl  Registrar,
��� '    resldem e on  farming   ro John Slrr, I���'.- i
'l>' ll-v hi'"'  ��';   lesa      -.    peraonl served v.:,!, this notice,
:""  ���lrIVS  I"  e*teDt-  '"  and tl  ilmlng though or under
��� .>: the homestead, or up- ,,,.,., and aU parMM claiming any In-
I       cstead i ntered  for  by him
P1 ���      '    Mich homesteader may
ter sl  In sail land by virtue of any
unregistered Instrument, and all per-
r -������    j;   ' ms claiming any  Interest   ln   sail
in. i   by descent,   whose  title  is not
. registered under the provisions of th"
r: ragraphg  is  defined
|   HOUSES   1
4 1 will Bell \ou homes on good  terms  as  follows: *
1   2 five room cottages at $900 each i
4    I Ave room cottages, new, at $1250 eac'i f
+      four room cottage it    $1200 J
���    VVhal .Io you think ot a lot at $175; $25 cash, balance $10 per month, 4
4        n ar the car line? J
j P. PEEBLES 81 |
t 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 |
���������������������������������������������������������������������^ * �����������������������������������������������������������������������������
Cheerfulness is a sreat aggravation
to an angry man.
Nearly every one thinks he ls a good
judge of human nature.
Vou can't do anything very well If
you don't want to do It.
It is not diflieult To prove you nre
.-iij'it from yoiir owfl pSJSFof view.
How people economized in the old
days:  But not ninny people do It now.
Some men would do wonderful things
If some little thine were not in the
way.
When n boy wants a favor from bia
parents he asks hi.s father's permission
und tells his mother he is going to do
It.
The average friendship is wrecked
upon the fact that the average person's idea ��� I' a friend i-> some one he
can ifopose v;  .11.   Atchison Cllobe.
Eiur.-o Drivers Carry Candles.
Jn Mexico all rehicles, lie they band
cart, automobile or anything between,
must carry a light at night. This rule
or law is rigidly enforced. Even the
drivers of the poor little burro or mule
carts, ou their two wheels, must carry
a light. So, rather than buy lanterns,
wbi.-h cost money, they take a dip
candle, and wrapping It in a hit of
newspaper to shield It from the wind
carry it in their left baud ns tbey drive
nlong homeward from work after evening has fallen. The effect ls striking.
ni tbe light falling strongly on the In-
diuu driver throws the face of the man
into strong relief against the darkness.
-Modern Mexico.
|>S ��'i ���   the father  (or mother).
���   :ii 'vicinity'' in lhe two
1-' lore than nine miles in
1 exclusive of the width
pad ,.Howaucfls crossed     in    the
|snri..';,
P1 A homesteader  Intending    to
lorni bl residence duties in ac-
|aaci with the above while living
1 Parents or on farming land own-
I1-*' Mm elf must notify the agent
[the district of such intention.
I" notice in writing must
to iliu Commissioner of Do-
f i-  Ottawa, of intention
f itent.
\V. W, CORY,
f '���  Minister of the Interior,
nauthorlzed  publication ��� l
''"'��� . ent  will  not  be paid
ah!"Land Registry Act," shall le forever
estopped and debarred from setting
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land so sold for taxes as provided
by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS.
ICE that application haa
pi   Ister Margaret Dob-
1  i:e  Fee Simple, und  r
1' il from S. a. Cletohi r,
; 1, bearing date the
nbi r,  A.  D.   L9 2, of
thai certain pan e 1
1 pr ;m scs si ii-iic, ]; -
;:i the His:riet of Ni w
he Province oT Bril
more 1 articularly known
e  I ols 18 to 25, Induing   pari    of soulu-
". Township  IR
Of   J Oil    ;ii".    r   qui   1' 1.
" 1 laim of ib    in-
'"' and ���
'������ii'..
M'r \\ Itllji
1
I
Ireofii
IN THE MATTER   of the Estate of
Alexander   Kwen.   late  Of  the  City
of New  Westminster, British Columhia, deceased,
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY  OIVEN  pur-
.e to the Revised Statutes of British  Columbia, Cnapter  187,    that  all
i, ditors  and   others    bavlng claims
againsi the Estate of Alexander Ewen,
..:.,, ji ' r aboul the 8th daj  of
inl;, ; i07, are 1    dre l on or
.. iii day ol    D ier,   1907, I 1
j'.u! b     os   prepaid, or di liver to th ���
indersigni I   tli   1   C  rlstian   md 1 ur
. , i    ises   hi I    di
full 1 articulars 1 t their -1 Ims, da-
ij  verified; the Btatemi n< of their accounl and the 11 iture o�� the       irl
If an;. held by ' iem, an i
FURTHER TAK!': NOTICE tli il  after Biich last mention d date the 1 x
ecutors, John   Hen Ir    and    .1 ihu   i'
lardine,      II pr ���   "" th
;,..:.. uo 1 ��� thc pa
 to,  li tvlng    H sa; I
oul    to      11       is of which they 11. ul
. .   ���   ...  notice, and thai   the sa  I
,.;,,,.     .   ll  nol   b ���  liable    E01
::.! .. ��� ���     thereof to anv
LOOK HERE
Fine Cottage Home for sale in
West End, corner 10th street
and a 66 foot street : :
Two   large   lots  with a   fine   bearing   orchard.
Price  $2,250 : ; ; ; :
Very easy terms
A French Joke.
Here Is a French joke that is rather
English iu character: Tbe Marquis de
Favieres, notorious for bis impecunl-
osity, called on a man of means nam-
rd Barnard and said:
"Monsieur, I am going to astonish
you. I am the Marquis de Favieres. I
do uot know you, and I eeome to borrow ">00 louis."
"Monsieur," Barnard replied, "I am
going to astonish you much more. I
know you, and I am going to lend
ihem."���Llpplncotfs Magazine.
All by Accident Too.
George���Well, life is worth living,
after all. Jack���What's happened?
George ��� I went to a railway station
to see my sister off, and by some
chance Harry Hansom was there to
3ee his sister off, and ln the rush and
noise and confusion we got mixed, and
I hugged his sister and he hugged
mine.���Philadelphia Inquirer.
From those I trust God juard me,
from those I mistrust I will guard myself���Italian Proverb.
He l/ns 92 and 21, block XXH, City
of He*) Westminster.
A certificate of indefeasible title ."o
the above property will be Issued to
Agnes Blackie, on the 31st day of December, 1907, unless in the meantim.3
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a ;e:son or person3
claiming an estate or inten st therein, or in any part thereof.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar of Titi s.
Land Registry office, N'ew Westminster, B. C, 29th November, 1907.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned:
15th December, 1862���Robert   Ke.-r
to .Tohn Cooi.er,. conveyance in fee.
Martin  & McQuarrie, solicitors
for applicant. Trapp block, Nev
Westminster, B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re I.ois 1 to 9 (inclusive) of a portion of Lot 94, Group :. Map 44b. New
V/estmfnster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 15715a, issued
in the name of Peter Latham, has
teen filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shai'
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce. New Westminster, B. C, Oct. 24. 1907.
QOOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ua choice beef
POST CARDS
of New Westminster aud dist-ict
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's  Cigar   Divan
ts"Ad7ertlse the town we live in 1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yocr
friends.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
-Jm
you,
rson or pi n ma -   t h< ie i    Ims no
lrt>-flve.days fron. the ^ ;,, ];,��� ;,;w, ,,���,    .   ,  ,. , >.
publication  of >"i;:..|(:,  :i   ..,. tlrae ���: I    tlo
DATED nl   N< w  Westminsi r,   !
6th day of November, 1907
M \::tix & McQC vrrie
.��� it, itors    for    John   Hen lv    a
John I'.. Jardine, executors of thi
said Estate.
Wi 1%$A   AT7-H 17iyv*\
'bb-rM
... --j _?Wt    \3s;.'��. Jj
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily P
Best of Farrner'j Pork   r4i?'
.'��� . ? '���   '-V
       ^^^  /       -.   :������
Pacific leal Market   -^
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
otherwis ���   i  Bhall
|   Debbie   as   owner
Ami I hereby direel
of iliis notice ror one
���   '-  newspaper publish-
m . ',.'      '    niiiisier will be good
1       ! ���    service thereof.
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|  n^^JLu!*   B^^SS &--      _���___*
: LPe���irs��� Kasaway bervice I
office on the hour, tweaty min- 4
191
i' Land R gislry offlce,
ince of Brit-
ay of August,
'ster, Province of Brit
D01,1!     ����� this 29th d
1       It.'
'J'"'M, DoueJas, K:
0,   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
sq.
j ADVERTISE *
���. IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
H  Vou   WANT   HELP.
E &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Interurban    Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wa\
stations   will   run   every half-
hour froiu- 5:50 a. ni. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
cit; line.
City   Line:    Cars  leave tram
utes after aad forty minutes af- +
i"!', commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Lire: Cars leave
at ton minutes after the hour,
half past an.l fifty minutes after
tho hour, commencing at 0:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   balt-nourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
FRONT STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
[ British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
\,
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
m LUNG &
TOM BANG HONG
Slice* ssors to Wing Kee & Co.
W't   have   all   kinds   o' Provisions.
lothng, Farming  Implements.
Hardware   and   Japanese  Goo is     for
tale at       derate  prices,
20 Jemmett St., cor. Carnarvon St.
P.O.   !.       86,     New Westminster, B.C.
�����**���������-l_W^
Busy !
Busy
t
re ver,- busj  th se days
Xmas Presents
A few Suggestions tn help you in
':��� ���!.:.. ��� n that present vou wish
t.e give.
STERLING SILVER���
Manicure Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Card Cases,
Cigar Cases,
Hat Pins,
Bon Bon Trays
Military Brushes
Ebony Military Brushes, Leather
Collar Boxes,   Gold and Silver Headed
Umbrellas.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Ar,ent   Hamilton   Watches.
Christmas tra le   bu-1 nut   f
ISJ    to     fill      villi:      i.id. .
ptlj and satisfactory.
���
j Ihe Oriental Contract fo. j
j cf Vancouver.
4 Japanese Labor  Contractors
��� Ni ������      ���    minster branch P. o.
If you are not doing business
':.. .. you should be; and it is to
your advantage to do so.
We have a complete stock of
everything required for Xmas
Cooking, such as: ���
j Shell Almonds, new, 40c a lb.
Shell Walnuts, new, 40c a Ib.
New Dates, 2 lbs. - ��� ��� 25c.
New Figs, 10c, 15,20,25c a Ib.
Boiled Cider, 25c per bottle
We will be glad to have you
come ln our Store and look .
around. You are welcome ]
whether you buy or not. Com- '
pare our store and stock with i
others. !
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present price;, is lhe cheapen!
in the end.
106 W
m\mu\. LOUAL NEWS
An efforl  i> :<> be made shortly bj
the city  board of works to clear up
ami levi l tlie piece of ground at Sap-
pi rton which is to !i<' used as a public   park   during  next   summer. Considerable work  will have to be done
before   lh-.'  ground   is   in   lit condition
f.er it to be used by athletes for base
ball,   lacrosse  or otter  field   games.
The wet weather durin;,' the past few
weeks has made it Impossible for any
work to be started on this undertaking, but a  start  will  be  made  in  the
near   future,   and   will   be   continue I
until  the  task  is  completed.
"UNCLE TOM'S MBIN."
Sti   -.���:.        :  ::���  ���   Tom'.- Ca  .
,i . .v.. 'lopsies,  m i  Marks,
ite,  '^ Ithout de-
. lng   tb.    ven. j vi,   e.n mark*   of
ond. ittrai tive dram
tieei: i ��� Harriet l'.<eefcer Stowe'a
... at the
housi     ��� ���-. a ien i aw
this :-ia;. years ago will   -��� among the
.a i ompan] with their gran i
children,  perhaps,  .mil  there  "'ill   be
ui diffi    ��� ��� ���     in  the   heartiness of
thei:-     > ��� | ian in years gone by.
The s..iih old procession, Topsli b,
Marks. Uncle Tom. Little Eva, will
��� there, bul i: in ;; procession tha'
will ma: c!i ii._:ht into the hear! despite its tramp of half a century. The
stit-on company, its Bcenery, specialties and accessories will he found
to be the best and the largest, nu
ni' rically,  in   America.
__ WEDN^A,D
The besiof^
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Kid Glove
n
m
For Y
our
BOX   645
A. DV1 RTISE '���
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       N   E  W  S
The People's Grocer
NOW FOR FUNS!
toys and GirSss
The   Long-Iooked-for
Roller Skates
Have Arrived  At
BRYSON & SONS
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
Te;. 65
Chickens  at   Reichenbachs. **
Inder the directorship of Mrs.
j Frank Broad, the kindergarten class
| of Holy Trinity church will render an
; interesting program in St. George's
; hall on Friday of this week. Among
j the characters which will iie predated  by  the   twenty-two    tots   will   be
��� such well known nursery favorites as
, Little     Jack   Horner,     Santa     Claus,
Mother Goose, Bo-Peep, ited Ridi ig
1 Hood, .lack and -Jill. Little Hoy Blue.
anl many others. Au action song
"'I'll.' Empty Xest," will lie one of the
f. .it ires of th-- evening, The performance will ;e. strictly limited to the
: little children, and there will be no
ila;.. for adults on the program.
iu order to thoroughly prepare tor
i the  big  ( ish,  alt( r itions
are now being i ti ichenbach's
i store, and tin' ca hie offic
which pn . i-i ;������ I; to .'. u i aa n< a
the entrance has < en moved furthi i
Inside the bull ling and ur atly re
teed in sizei A glass refrigerator
will   be   In     lie 1     in   its   plac ',  and
��� i its, birds, etc., exposed to the public gaze during the winter months.
Meal racks will be installed a: the
rear, and altogether the store will be
betti : equip ied to cope with the
heavy  Christm is trade.
Good  flour  $6.00    per    barrel,    at
Kyle's, Front  street.
Crazy, Perhaps, But Clever.
Thaatre-goers who are anxiously
waiting for something good in tbe
musical comedy line, will do well to
keep up their spirits, for the early
appearance here of "Are You crazy'.'"
the latest musical comedy BUCoe IS,
which comes Friday, Dec l'h. will
certainly satisfy the most ; lasi am |
usement   seeker.
Lady Friends
',.,'"'! cTe?<m< 8 ""'��� "��� <:iovc,. ,., ,,���.,��� ,���  . (
""' beat Is the only satisfactory kind to I
better Glove* -ban  Reyniert.    We "ire ��L    ,
��"���*    ��-'t worry abo^ StS i
taj    VVe will gladly exchange all our Gloved ,  ,chT
wrong  in this respeel ' haPPen to 3.
Ladies'  Silk  Lined   Mocha   Gloves, per p;	
per pair
_. . _��_.��     , f\     l      . .  . *V	
J2.0C
J20C
ft��KlTCHEN PCORflWY
������=^A-JL]��L    AMD
Ladies' 12 button Kid, black, wli^^d'ooloni;Pi .  *
������____������^���^.^______  " "t>
Our Special
Kid Gloves]
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TlCOOD 0AKH1C
PREMIER   |
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4MwlM ^TREA5URe |
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I
���   - ���  diffi  ���
' i,:  "' 'nu
dOND"   PIOQUE
'   LE   GLACE   KID
.ill    I.!.-,'.
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We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the   market.
��
Women's  Woolen Gloves   fora Ccld Snap
Heavy   Kntted   Gloves,  p   r   pair   25c   to....
Ciris'  Heavy  Knitted Gloves,  in   plain  col
I e irdlnal, and  black an.l  ��������� I Ite,    also fan
.   y ���   lhe tn  	
Ladies'   Heavy   Wool   Gloves,  In the
gil Is'  - ovi -:   per pa r   50c
Ladies'   Jersey   Gloves,   i  llled  the   buckskin   tini-.-i
lined  with  silk,  i  hei      re llm d ��i'i, ������������ an
10c to    35c
Ladies' Wool  Mitts, black only, per pair 35c to ... .40c
Children's  Wool   Mitts In  cardinal,  navy,  white
. ���'��� and  	
Ladies' or Girls' Wool  Armlets,  white   only;   a   fine
thi   a :��� ���-���       pei   pair 20c to 	
Infants' Fancy and  Plain Wool   Mitts, all coll r-
  35c
COME EARLY AND GET
A GOOD SELECTION : :
Big Specials
I 1 sfc   A beautiful Imperial oak sideboard, handsome
"        German bevelled   mirror, top   20x44 ins. and 6 ft.
6 in. high.   Regular $22.   For $1 6.50,
2nd A massive chiffionier, British bevel, serpentine
front, C full size drawers, solid brass handles.
Regular $24.   For $17.
3rd We have a neat secretary, golden oak finish.
Regular $6. For $4.60. 50 different styles and
prices to choose from.
4th Just received: Big stock of bamboo tables. 3
size tops and shelf on each. Make a useful Xmas
gift.    75c, $1, $1.25.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia    St.,      New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Teachers Wanted-Male.
Drawn Work
Table Covers
We are BhowIng .iii our fancy Linens in the rear ol thi
main   st< r .   utilizing  a   por
the Millinery departmenl for
the   purpose.
Vou can obtain the following
sizes In tli.se Table Covers: 27
inches square, padi $1.36, $l."0
30 in. square, each $1.60, $1.65,
$2.00, %2.i)H and   $3 75
.16  inches  square,    oucii  $1.66,
$1.75, ?2.7.r> .and  $5 25
45 inches square, each $2.25,
$2.75,   $3.25 and       $3 75
54  inches  square, each...$4 50
One for High School and one for
common whool, Xew Westminster,
for commencement of next term.
Applications received until the 30th
instant.
K.   LENNIE,
Secretary.
Plain Linen Table
Covers.    All sizes I
Damask Tea Cloths, - . !.\
54, 54x72, an ! 54x90, |
designs, with oi i each il.
$1,25, $1.50, $1.75 an,! $2.00
Linen Table Sets. ��� s-iug o!
large size table covi r with ow
iloz. napkins to mati h per ^et
17, $8, $!', $n and .. $H
Table  Damask,  in  ovei
terns,   with  as   mauj   qualities
to select, from:     per yard it1
to     $250
Colored Linen Table Cloths.
sizes 6.4 to 10.4; each 75c
to  $1.75.
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
Ai��t       /i      . ___.
New Westtninster
$250 Cash
Will Buy a
HOUSE
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
t (Sec. 5-6) Nice new 8-room house
painted electric light>ater, good lot?
nancly to Columbia   street car line,
$250 cash and $20 per month will buy
this house and secure you a home.
Enquire for price.
McConkeys
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westmins��f
Telephone 83
Bowel! & Oddy
I Columbia Slreet
m
Open every night until Xmas
F. J. Hart & Co.
THE
CENTRAL MEAT
PHONE B 281
New We,tminster, B. C  | LIM IT E D.
��TW* _9 New Westminster. OiiUiwack.
Choice  Meats and Chickens
on hand.
Vancouver.   Corner Eigfctb St. and   I'"inl1
al#��l*
\ v��nu* |SD*V
BE<
18.  1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
\okJs
hestaurant
\Cafe *ni
Will
lendi   '    -!''
��� ��� Chefs
[ior:
ipositc
Trust    Building
Post Office
iR SALE
���fish
JFresh TOM  CODS
L8h WHITINGS
L,h   HERRINGS
L,h  LEN   COD
Ljh  HALIBUT
Lh  SOLES
prMh BALED  CRABS
I FISH
ImoKed  SALMON
Loked   HALIBUT
Lkccl   KIPPERS
Loked  BLOATERS
Imoked COD
-AT���
CITY FISH CO.
Tei'pncne 40.
rket Vendors
MM
��� .r of town real-
s
5 li    ���    ������   ..   ���  th.. latest
��� 1
t m li   ..���    B irber  Shop in
1
itmli ti
1
1
ub Tonsorial Parlor
35c 1
. R. Coon. Prop.
1 1
II
II
. 40c H
somi   a sbbowl,  fittel  wiih
rei! wat< r, h:is been Install-
;:���      ���. nnd the public is
imaki    .     of this eonv.nl-
d charge  made.
|
RAKE
lish Watchmaker
In from   (,ro.  Adams,   Grocer
(told Watches from $12.75 up
Jen's  Silver   Watches,   open
\n's Silver  Winches,   double
'IB.
fr thi   elebrated South fiend
tsupplied   t<i   the   Wellman
beditiim.    \H  warranted.
IRlni."-. Jewelry, etc.. etc.
(repairing;    cnarges   reason-
feed and grain of
Rsfor sale in carload
Price either f. o. b.
rfrei-yht paid to your
i given on request.
C HOFFMAN,
CALGARY
HENLEY
u
uiufactursr of
Westminster
>nsf cr Co
ph,.
"tie is,"..
STAGE   FRIGHT.
I**    Wa,    Henry    Mi���tI     RendcreQ
Well   Studied   Line
I" Toronto, almosl mj first ,l.,,Par.
ance ,���, ���,.  -   . ar
tori  of Rhrewsburj   I t���
81" rhe   title  s���und ., -,...
and I felt quit, althUgh i
had bul aslngle line ,., ,,���,,,     ,n%
���wer ... QUecn  i:
I charge thee, a     i,  _,
bury, mr...,  that man,'   |
upou    to   reply,   "Whom   does   your
grace mean?"
My perturbation over that line was
probably more Berfous than anvl
In my subsequent ��� areer    Whal i i.
phasls to give, what Intoni i to use
whal manner to assume, gavi me
greater concern than I felt later over
an Interpretation of Hamlet.   I re] |
ed the line a thousand tin,,-s. stressing
,lrM ' u"r'i and then another, using
this Inflection nnd that, and getting
iuto it every tirade uud shade of mean-
log, With what result? Bo fur as I
could learn afterward. I did nol speak
lt  at   all  on   the opening  night.    The
leader <>f tl cbestra wns tiie m-st
person I broached on the subject
"How did I speak my line?" I asked
k*��   after   the   play,   lunging   tor   tlle
encouragement none had vouchsafed
t<> volunteer
"l didn't hear you say anything at
all." wan his disheartening rejoinder.
And neither did nny one else whom I
could discover. Henry Miller In Bohe
in Inn
MISTAKEN   OCCUPATIONS.
Do    Not    Continue    In    a    Pursuit    For
Which  You  Are  Not  Fitted.
There la, in then,; alert days of competition, of quick opening and closing
of places where bread may be earned
and n path In which to go forward
eggguged,  in. time fo; doing any thl
that ���!.. can't or Qui is of no moment
"'""��� i mpliahed.   Know for a cer-
tbal never half the barm ban
'""���' ;" m a Una and dignified refusal
'' ':��������� upon or to continue In a pur-
s'iit nol fitted to one as from engaging
h pursuits, wtiat loss the world
would i.ave sustained ha.i Handel consented to become a lawyer, Turner to
remain a barber, Claude Lorraine a
pastrj cook, Schiller a surgeon, Pascal
a teacher of dead languages, as v.-..
Intended by relatives. But, great au
would have been tbe loss to tbe world,
the los : thi .��� men themselves would
have been far greater.
Doubtless thousands of crimes which
have mined an incalculable number of
lives could be traced to mistaken occupation.-. J0j and fiellghl ii. one's work
mean progress, and progress and Itn
resull and satisfaction menu a nobler
life than stagnation aud partial or entire failure could fashion. Doing the
thing one can ls working for morality
and loward perfection on nil tbe
planes of life, physical, mental, spiritual. -Lida A. Churchill In the Delineator.
A Straight Tip.
Oeck (who has already wearied the
guests with many songs;-Now I will
"lug you one more song and then go
home. Lady���Pardon me, but do yon I
attach much Importance to the order
of your programme? Fliegende Blatter.
Cruel.
Maud (before the laughing hyena's
cagei How provoking! Here '.ve'\<.
been twenty minutes, and the hyen*
hasn't   laughed   once.     Ella   Stranxt
nnd he's been e;. ing your lieu  bat too
Rersonable.
His   Lordship   Whatever  could  y.
have   been   rhlnkin:;   of   to   steal   tl.
���i" ii p?     'i lie   i risoner   I   dunuo,   i.
Ion'- I must ha' been woolgntheriu'
JCra
Crash! Glass!
YES, MR. MERCHANT. YOUR
NEIGHBOR HAD A FINE PLATE
GLASS FRONT BROKEN A FEW
DAYS AGO, AND WE REPLACED
IT FOR HIM WITHOUT A CENT
OF COST. HE WAS INSURED
IN THE NEW YORK PLATE
GLASS   INSURANCE  CO.
YOUR'S MAY BE THE NEXT,
SO YOU BETTER LET US INSURE   IT   FOR   YOU.
THE COST IS LITTLE COMPARED   TO   THE   RISK.
PHONE, WRITE OR CALL FOR
RATES.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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YOU TAKK NO CHANCES WITH TIIE "DICK BOOT."
For over fifty years the name of DICK has been a household word ���
In Ilie Old Country for Waterproof    Boots.      Their    special    process ^
renders the sole leather perfectly and   permanently   Waterproof, be- |
sides adding doubly to its wearing qualities. ���
These  we specially recommend for the wet weather:
Prices���Ladies, from  $2.75 to $4.00. Youths, $2.00 ��
Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, $2.75. i
N Waters, Etc.
prated Waters,
rrade a Specialty.
Office   Eighth Rtraet,
WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
: The Old Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia St. ���
* J.   STEWART,   Proprietor 4
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Hwn 'PDone 157
Columbia St.
M Heavy Haulinj
~Tr4m   Deoot
1������������        ������ .I.*
���ter Iron Works
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WORK.
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Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
Phone  19-5.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.
W. A. RO
sg Assistant General
Ant., Seattle, Wash,
A WHISTLE.!   STORY.
The Eagle ~, oat  Waa  .,",__de to  Pots ������
a  Fighting Cock.
Apropos 'if something Whistler once
told a cockfight story so vividly that
only ei man with a sailor instinct could
tell it as well, mimic it so keenly and
enjoy it so thoroughly, it was a story
ot a strange species ot the American
cock, pictured to the smallest detail so
beautifully that one forgot that it wan
a storj.
Some American sailors wen- at a
cockfight in a seaport town in England when roe of them remarked to
the owner of the champion:
"We have got an American cock on
hoard tbat can whip any bird here."
"Go fetch 'im on," said the champion,
"Chuck 'im in and see.  if 'e Ucks one
bird we 'ave plenty  more to throw ln
that etui lick hany blawsted Humeri
inn bird you can fetch "ere."
"All right We'll bring one," said the
sailors. When they got aboard they
rigged up an American eagle After
their own manner, they painted, trim
Died, spliced and reefed fore and aft.
transforming the eacie to a cock. When
ready they went ashore to pit their
new American gamecock against all
England.
At tbe pit tbe sailors chucked in
their cork, which looked around for
other surprises as he backed Close to
the wall.
"Now. bring on your birds!" yelled
the sailors. A strutting cock was
thrown into tbe pit aud was another
surprise to the poor dismantled eagle.
He hacked up closer and closer to the
wall, wondering what would happen
next. The cock walked three times
majestically around the circle, cuffing
nt his strange opponent, the eagle pitiably abashed and bedrahbled. crouching lower and lower and looking
around and above him for an explanation of what lt all meant, while the
crowd were yelling madly for the
English Bghter. The eagle made himself smaller and smaller, hut at last,
finding that he could get back no further and thinking that something was
expected of bim, and, as the cock
dashed at him again, stretched out his
ioiig cljJWS and took his opponent by
the neck.
Here Whistler ended with nn Imitation by motions of what the eagle did.
He stretched out his arm, shaped his
hand like a claw, which by this time
looked like a real one, drew it to his
month and with one bite pulled off
the bend as he thought an eagle might
do it. Then he looked blandly about
the room, as the eagle tiad done, at the
astonished crowd nnd said, "Now bring
on your other birds."���Otto Bacher In
Century.
XMAS   PRESENTS!
A Dinner Set makes a nice and useful present.
We have a nice selection at $8, $13, $16.50 and $20
Jardineres from 20c up to $o.
China and Glassware of all kinds.
Our Grocery Department is well stocked with
Xmas goods.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
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Wall  Papers in endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c   up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per   set.      Carpets,  all   grades   and
prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods  arriving daily.
I have sold the block and am still doing business  in the same place
and in the same old way. >J
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TOWNS WITH TROUBLES.
London's trouble Is her fog.
Tokyo's trouble is earthquakes. In
her worst 200,000 residents were killed.
The mistral is the trouble of Marseille' an east wind that increases the
city's death rate 50 per cent.
Calcutta's trouble Is cholera, and the
bubonic plague is the trouble of Bombay. Each city pays to ber trouble an
annual tribute of 9,000 souls.
Bagdad's trouble Is the "Baudad button," a sore that attacks practically
every resident and visitor, leaving a
button shaped permanent scar.
Madrid's trouble Is the solano. a summer wind from the southeast. It is exceedingly hot nnd is accompanied by
blinding, choking clouds of dust so
tliat notwithstanding a temperature of
10f> or 110 degrees all windows must be
closed���Philadelphia Bulletin.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturera and Draiers in All Kinds ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Ths Science of Chsmittry.
Chemtatry did not become a science
���ln other words, chemistry proper did
not exist���until  the seventeenth  century, and It was as late as the middle
of tbe eighteenth century before it began to amount to much.    The old alchemy     undoubtedly    contained    ths
germs, or at least the possibilities, of
the present day chemistry, but beyond
this the relationship between the modern science and the ancient delusion ls
slight Indeed.    Still, lt cannot be d>e-
nled that It was ln the foolish search
for the "Philosopher's Stone" and the '
"Kllxlr of Life'' that men first hit upon |
i the  discoveries   which  were  destined i
: to develop into the great science of to- I
I day.-New York American.
The Sarcastic Cabby.
The  I/indon  tiobby  ls notorious  for |
e overgrown  feet and  hands.    Likewise
; the   London   cabby   Is   generally   ac-
I credited with never belnR ut a loss fcr
a reply.    One dny a  bobby lifted up
1 his hand majestically to halt a cabby.
! but the latter crowded his horse ahead.
"lUdu't you see me raise my 'und?"
! demanded the bobby.
"I did see the sky darken a moment,
I but my 'orse was sbyln' at your feet,"
| retorted tbe cabby as he whipped up
and went on.���London Graphic.
The Gift Problem is
Solved
When one sees   the range of
Xmas Novelties at
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Street
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! C. WILLIAMS
The Danes and the Raven.
Perhaps the Danes selected the raven
for their standard out of feelings of
gratitude, for before the invention of
the mariner's compass they must have
found him extremely useful. The only
method of determining whether land
was near was to let loose a raven. If
tbe bird saw land he .sailed away forever; lf he did not, he returned to the
ship ��� 1/jndon Chronicle.
X Eighth ave. and Second St.
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Equally Culpable.
"I can say for myself that I never
have been mean enough to get another
woman's cook away from her."
"Neither have I, but I must confess
that once or twice I have tried to work
our cook off on some of my neighbors."
Shut Him Off.
"What are you taking for your coldf
"Nothing."
"Nothing?   nut, my dear fellow"���
"Nothing,   I   say,   uot even  advice.
Pine day, isn't ltr-Illustrated Btta,
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 3 22.     Office    Tel.  Iti. G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  29!
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
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WHOLESALE, AND IlETAIL    DLaLERS IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
fHantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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A    DISAPPOINTED   SHAH.
Que.r Story of a Prizefight In an English   Royal  Garden.
In his book of memories Maj ir General   Sir  Owen   Tudor  Burns   tells  a
story   of  the  tirst   visit   of  a   shall   to
Great Britain:
The shah wanted to see a prizefight,
with blood. After much anxious
���thought and consultation with Lord
Queensberry au Innocent glove light
was arranged in the Buckingham palace stables, to take place quietly half
an hour before the shah was to receive
Lord Shaftesbury and the archbisi ns
and bishops with a memorial asking
him to protect the interests of the
Christians In Persia.
But the shah slept late. The prizefighters overlapped the prelates. A
footman made a mistake in opening
the door. Archbishops and bishops following the shah In a moment fonnd
themselves more or less in a ring
round lhe two prizefighters. Tlie
bishops hustled back to ihe reception
room, the fight was stopped, the shah
was angry and disappointed, and Lord
Shaftesbury was heard shouting: "A
prizefight in the garden of the queen's
palace forsooth! I will denounce you
all over the kingdom!" Mutual explanations followed, the matter was set
right, we sent special messages to the
reporters to keep it out of tbe press,
and I was later on privileged t'> explain it all tei the queen, vrho took the
matter much more calmly ihan her
lord chamberlain. Once back, however, in-iei'.. Buckingham palace, we
nil smoothed our ruffled feathers and
listened to a most gloomy oration fr nn
Lord Shaftesbury.
Thc shah, angry at the Interruption
of his prizefight, turned round to Sii
Henry Bawlinson and growled In Per
sian: "Hang the Christians In Persia!
Tell them they're all right:" Rawlin-
son translated that iuto a long, eloquent and beautiful reply to the deputation, while doubtless the disappointed boxers were having a consolation
scrap In the stables. Lord Shaftesbury did not denounce tbem, though
the shah's bear leaders lived In terror
for some days.
Tl<> lord chamberlain blamed me, J
blamed the. shah, tlie shah blamed thi
sunlight
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equerry, 'the equerry.'blamed  fhe  ftfOt-]
man,  the  footman  blamed  every  one |
all round, and we gave the prizefighters ��5 apiece,  with a resolution writ-
ten In blood that never would any of
us again arrange a prizefight, even for!
a shah of shahs, in a royal palace gar-
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The White Pass
and Yukon   oute
H. Had  Had Some  Help.
The man who applied at headquarters for a "little help" from the charitable association set forth his case
with so much tact and moderation that
the secretary was beginning to be favorably Impressed.
"I can't a<k them to do too much,"
the applicant .said modestly. "Von
Bee," he continued, In an outburst of
delicacy and Ingenuousness, "they
paid Cor my wedding last month, and
'twas h real swell one." Youth's Companion.
Pain  of a  Wooden   Leg.
"Barney's wooden leg h - '.cen paining 'Ini of late," said Scholes to his
wife.
"How can that be?" asked Mrs.
Scholes irritably.
".Mrs. Barney has been thrashing Mm
with It," was the explanation.
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN',
WHITE    HORSE,    DAWSON    and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (excepl
Sunday)    carrying    passengers,    mail,
express    jnd    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White Horse
maintaining a through winter service
Foi   information  apply  to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manage!
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Lbony  (jOOds,        J For Tim* Tal '"M
Perfumes,
Chocolates
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
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EMPRESSES4
The Twins.
Clioimondel.v- You ami your sister
a.re twins, are you not? Mnrjoribacks
- We were when we wore children.
Now, however, she is live years younger  than   I.���Cleveland   Leader.
18,000   ( EMPBESS  OF  BRITAIN > 14,500
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      IO.Ys
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN FARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now is the time to purchase your
tick, ts if j ou   ire \ oing t.i sj end
Xmas at home.
Xext sailing of Empress from St.
John to Liverpool, D c. 27.
For other  dates  and   particulars,
ly to
ED.   liOULET,
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A pleasure   to ���      R. MILES&(Vv
L a-L ��� Plumbcrs- Gas and Hot
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English and American billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New ani
second - hand tables, and supplies in
stock.
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KIRK  ALARM   B    -\LS.
A f resn and bounteous supply
or Groceries
Boots and Shoes for everybody
Confectionery, all kinds.  Try
our 3 lbs for 25c.
Flour and Feed.   A carload of
the best just in.
Glassware   suitable ior Xmas
Presents
Underwear,  ladies   and gents,
a lar^e assortment.
JLace Curtains, bargains  m ail
these   curtains
Table Covers,  Curtains, Muslins,
fe?c. G7c.
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���Royal avenue an I Eighth.
���Fifth avi nue and Twelfth.
-St.   Mary's  Hospital.
���Second and Park Row.
���Columbia and  Dufferin
-Sapperton.
���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
��� i'd avenue and Socond.
Fif'h  awue  and   fourth.
���Fifth avenue and  Bighth.
���Third avenue and Tenth.
���Aa;ne? and Sixth.
���Schaake Machine Works.
���Columbia and McKenzie.
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We have opened up a consignment of foods for the
Xmas irade.
A few samples are in our window,  look them over,
come in, we will do the rest.
Young man, during 1907 your wants have been attended to, your mother or  your  sister  will appreciate]
something- in return.    We can assist you.
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Per Ton Deiiveratt
5Cc per ton extra above|
4th Ave.
Belyea & CoJ
Telephone 150
ADVERTISE IX THK DAILY NEWS
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SURE   TMIING!
We   have    just     what    you    arc
looking tor
Everything that makes up a
Cnnstmas  Gift
Christmas   Novelties  in  pleasing
effects
Remember every article bought at our Store
is guaranteed to be the latest.
I. [agene Brown & Co.
Cash Clothiers
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This is a splendid opportunity to secure Christmas footwear
at prices lower than ever before quoted. Every shoe in the house
is included in our sale.
Here Are a Few of Our Prices
Mens' Christmas Slippers
Men's tine French Imported slippers, reg.  $1.25 for $1.00
Chocolate opera cut slippers, .. .reg. 2.50 for 1.80
"      Black opera cut  slippers (French kid) 2.25 for 1.80
Chocolate color nullifers reg, 3.00 for 2.25
Black " "     reg. 2.75 for 2.25
Felt slippers with thick felt soles, reg. 1.50 for 95c
Ladies' Comfortable Christmas Slippers
Ladies' French home slippers $1.25 kind for 90c
Berlin felt sole home slippers.. 1.25        '���      90c
Fur trimmed hig top felt Romeos 2.50    "      1.35
"      Fancy colored felt slippers 1.50       "      1.20
Elastic front fine Kid slippers... 1.50       "      1.25
Very finest fleece lined buskins. 2.50       "      2.00
Misses' and Children's Slippers
Misses' felt Romeos, sizes 11 to 2, all colors $1.15
Children's thick felt slippers, sizes 4 to 10 65c
Misses' and Children's French slippers 60c. 70c
Our Windows Are Full of Shoes
Every pair carefulley priced in plain figures. Just take a
glance at'them and figure out how much money you can save by
purchasing your Xmas shoes from us.
This is Everybody's Shoe Store
JOHNSTON'S
Shoe   House,   Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Shoe
Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
POINTED   PARAGRAPHS.
Too many of us ������ ,���������-���'��� it an excuse
a reason.
Everything sounds like an en>core tn
���ami,, men.
The philosophical person Is apt not
to be when considering troubles of hia
awn.
Many :i man who thinks he Is getting
Into a peach orchard really finds bis
way into a lemon grove.
Then- are lota 'if answers !���) the question, "Whafs the ase?" lent tlie man
wlw asks it never wants fine.
When iin acquaintance Says to you,
"I am going to be honest with you,"
brace yourself to hear something 'Unagreeable. ;
Most of us when wS rtfic a free li'irse
start out cen a walk, quicken Into a
brisk trot, then break Into a wild gallop and are thrown���Atchison Globe.
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"Lawyers get stung as easily as other people," said one who practices in
the criminal courts. "Here's what hap
pened to me the other day: A friend of
mine tipped me off tliat there was a
case coming up In special sessions ami
It would be easy to get the defendant,
a negro, free.
" 'There's a twenty In it for you,' he
added. "I've ^rot another ''ase on upstairs or I would take: it myself.'
"Sure enough, l gol the fellow off,
and when we reached the corridor I
politely intimated thai I had heard
there was a twenty awaiting me ( r
my trouble.
'"Sure thing, boss,' said the negro,
diving Into Ids pockets, it certainly
am worth twenty, all right.' Without a
smile he banded over two dimes."���
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Co'ds  and   Bald   Heads.
A balaneaded physician saiel: "I used
! to be dreadfully subject to colds eveu
i in the summer.    I had to ������ear a black
skullcap all  the time.   The   minute   I
took it off I began to sneeze and
: wheeze.    Hut now  for a year I  have
not once worn a skullcap, and I have
i not once had a cold. Why, I could go
1 and stand bareheaded In a snowstorm
without any ill effect. My Immunity
I to colds comes from this: Every morn-
i ing I put my head under the cold wa-
1 ter spigot and let the cold water run
| for a minute on my bald crown.    This
ls a refreshing thing, anel since I be-
i can to do it I have never hail a cold."���
j Milwaukee Journal,
The  Moorhen.
What could be more perfect defeuse
than the device of the moorhen?   She
sinks herself in the water beneath au
i ovThangiiig root or hank, leaving only
', her bill iu sight.    And that looks like
a fallen leaf.    You may stand within
| sis feet of her, and she will not move,
! so sure is she that her ruse will succeed.��� Louiiuu Statular L
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WEBNESBAUEC. 18.17
STETSON'S
ORIGINAL   BIG  DOUBLE
Uncle Tom's
Cabin
THE BARNUM OF THEM ALL
More Grand Novelties Than Ever
Two Brass Bands and Orchestra.
Two Funny  Marks.
Two Mischievous Topsiee.
Goregeous Scenery with Beautiful
Electrical Effects.
Grand Vision and Transformation
Scenes.
eQenuine Southern Cake Walkers.
Buck and Wing Dancers.
Male and Female Quartette.
Chariots drawn by Handsome Shetland Ponies.
Col. Sawyer's Pack Siberian Bk'od
Hounds.
Prices,    25c, 50c, 75c    and $1.00
NEW WESTMINSTER
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rti' Comedy
fli'to You Crazy?"
The Bi�� Music Fun Show With
FRANK DAMSEL
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Dancing  Girls.      Funny  Comedians.
Catchy Musical Hits.
See the   Teddy Bears
Prices, $1, 75c, 50c and 25c
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ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS 12
THE DAILY NEWS.
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$3.50 to $15
Smoking Jackets,
$4 to $9
Fancy Hose,
40c, 50c, 60c, 75c
New Style
MUFFLERS
Made   in   Colored
Barathea,     with
hemstitched ends
$2.00 each
Canadian Pacific R^T?
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TIME TABLE
B- c- Coast L'�� service
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PHILLIPS,
The Wardrobe
MARK  TWAIN'S  STOGIES.
T>i* Effect They Produoed on the Afar
Dinner Festivities.
One night Bl tbe Hartford Monday
Evening club meeting George, our colored butler, came to me when the sur>-
per was nearly over, and I noticed that
be was pale Normally his complexion
was a clear black and very handsome,
but now it bad modified to old amber.
be said:
"Mr. Clemens, what are we going to
do? There is not a cigar in the house
but those old Wheeling long nines.
Can't nobody smoke tbem but you!
They kill at thirty yards. It ls too
iate to telephone^���we couldn't get any
cigars out from town what can we
do? Ain't it hest to say nothing and
let on that we didn't think?"
"No." I said, "that would not be
fconest. Fetch out the long nines,"
which he did.
I had just come across those "long
nines" a few days or a week before. I
I  hadn't  seen  a  long nine  for years.
When I  was a cub pilot on the Mis- j
Bissippi in the late fifties I had had a '
ejrreat affection for tbem, because they j
were  not  only���to  my   mind���perfect,
but you could g<*t a basketful of them ',
for a cent���or a dime.   They didn't use I
cents out there in those days.   So when '
I  saw them advertised In Hartford I :
Kent   for  a  thousand  at  once.     They
came out to me in badly battered and
disreputable looking old square paste- '
board   boxes.   200  in  a   box.    George
brought a box. which was enved in on j
all  sides,  looking the worst It could,
and began to pass them around.    The
���conversation had been brilliantly ani-
mated up to that moment, but now a j
frost fell upon tiie company���that Is to I
say, not all of a sudden, but the frost
fell  upon each man as he took up a i
cigar and hold It poispd In the air���and j
there, fn tbe middle, his sentence broke
off.    That kind of thing went on all
around  the  table  until  when  George
had   completed   his   crime   tbe   whole
place was full of a thick solemnity and
alienee.
Those men began to light tbe cigars.
Rev. Dr, Parker was the flrst man to
light. lie took three or four heroic
whiffs, then gave lt up. He got up
with the remark that be had to go to
the bedside of a sick parishioner. He
started out. Rev. Dr. Burton was the
next man. He took only one whiff
and followed Parker. lie furnished a
pretext, and you could see by the
sound of his voice that be didn't think
much of the pretext and was vexed
with Parker for getting in ahead with
a fictitious ailing client. Rev. Mr.
Twlchell followed and said he had to
go now because he must take the midnight train for Boston. Boston was
the flrst place tbat occurred to him, I
suppose.
it  wns only  a quarter to 11  when I
they began to distribute pretexts.   At |
ten minutes to 11 nil those people were '
out  of the bouse.   When nobody  was I
left but Georege and me, I was cheer- \
ful.   I  had no compunctions of con- I
science,  no griefs of  nny  kind.   But |
George wns beyond speech because be j
held ibe honor and credit of tbe family
above bis own, nnd be wns ashamed
that ibis smirch had been put upon it.
I told hlm in go to bed nml try to sleep ',
lt off.  1 went to bed myself. At break-
fast in the morning when George wns ;
passing n cup of coffee I saw it trem-
ble In his band,   I knew by that sign ,
thai ihere wns something on bis mind. !
lie brought the cup to me and asked i
Impressively:
"Mr. Clemens, hew far ls 11 from the
front door to the upper gate?"
l said, "lt Is a hundred and twenty- !
five steps."
He said, "Mr. Clemens, you can start
at the front door, and you can go
plumb to the upper gate and tread on
one of them cigars every time."
It wasn't true ln detail, but In essentials it wns. Mark Twain's Autobiography In Nortii Americnn Review.
ADVERTISE      fit
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THE      DAILY'     NEWS
If YOU Want a Situation.
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IN ���
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
FOR  BIG  RESULTS.
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Something in leather makes a  real  nice  present   for  Christmas. J
Our leather goods department is most complete, the product of the t
very best manufacturers of America and Europe.   In fact, we are the J
sole agents in Canada for the
Great  Britain.
NOTICE
Peculiar  Vienna  Custom.
Tbe   Viennese   take   their   pleasures
as  regularly  as  tbey do their meals, !
but   tbey  do not  neglect  business  or :
keep   late   hours.     One  thing   perhaps
which helps to keep the young Viennese
of   moderate   means   and   economical i
mind  regular in bis evening hours Is
the fact that he must pay to get Into
hia own rooms after 10 o'clock,    Vicn- j
na  ls one  vast  system of apartment
houses,   and   n   bouse   master   Is   ln j
charge of each one.    At 10 o'clock he
locks fhe front door, and any one de-
Siring to get In after that' hour must
pay for admittance, and tbe old resident has no more right to fl key than
the ephemeral lodger -London Graphic. !
London  Leather Goods Company,    of
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE thnt Harriet Ford,
of Hammond, li. C., occupation lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of lot 1650 New
Westminster l_and District', thence
aorth 20 chains more or less to the N
w. corner of said lot 1050, thence ea I
100 chains, thence south to the shore,
thence westerly along the skore,
the i'oint of commencement.
HARRIET FORD
Per H. S. Foi I, agi
Dated Dec. 3. 1907.
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 ��o Rowland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. K.
& X. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
,o   stage  rWily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane   and   Nelson
ing i:
v . !.:
N< > 26;
Dei. '.'.
Di c 26;
Jan. '.��;
Jan. 25;
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VANCOUVER-VICTORIA R0UTe"
SS.   Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vaoouvei ,
arrives at Victoria fi   o p. m. 3
Leaves Victoria I a. ,���. m.
rives Vancouver a a. Ilh
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   RoUTe
S.S.   Princess   Beatrice.
m dally fj.
;
Leaves Victor,;, ���  ���r .,
cept Monday,    arrlvi
m.  dally excepl   Mon Ir.
Leaves Seattle Ll
cept Monday; arirves Vlctorl
dally except Tuesday.
VICTORIA      NEW ' WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R   p
To  Victoria:   Wedtt
7 a.m
Prom
Rithet.
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Victoria:     ]
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WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Tees
Leaves Victoria i:
of each month for Cla
Prldaj
:;:.
Ot, Mosqul-
Suit Cases
Travelling   Bags
Club   Bags
Dressing Cases, containing the  full
complement   of   articles     for   the
toilet.
Pocketbooks.
Pocket  Wallets,
Purses.
Chatelaine  Bags.
Address Books.
Handkerchief Oases.
Tie  Cases.
Collar Holders.
Glove   Cases.
NOTICE
Effective    Sunday,    November
I5IOI.
Leave
9.20 a 0��.
12.25 p.m
ey 40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  ... 7 15 p.m
.. Rossland   .. . .4.10 p.m.
.. .Nelson    6.45 p.m
H   A. JACKSON.
Highest quality���all   leathers���lowest
prices.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers. ���
GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director     j
Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts. -       Vancouver ���
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New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE the;  C   \V.  V:- iU I
;of Seattle, occupation Broker, Intends
to apply for permission to    purchase
; 1 the following described  lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
tlie southeast corner of lot 1020.
thence west 20 chains to the ea.-t
boundary of T. L. No. 11734, theme
south 80 cliains. thence east to shore,
thenee north along the shore to the
point of commencement.
CHAS. W. PRESTON
Dated Dec. 14. 1907.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
READ THE 04111' NEWS
Trade Marks
Designs
Copvriohts Ac.
Anyone landing ��� ���ketrhand drnxrlntlon may
Qntrkly urertalQ our epluiea free �� I,,���������irr au
Intention Is probdMr puteiitjihle. Communlr*.
tlonmrlctly confident l��L HANDBOOK on I'ateiiLi
���ent free. Oldest iu-'-i.. 7 for securing tmtentM.
P&tente t&ken tlironirh Munn A Co. receive
spteial notice, wil hout charge. In tha
Scientific American.
A handsome]; UliMtrattHl w.'.-klr. Largest circulation of any sclentino Journal, 'terms for
Canada. $175 a rear, p. -!��*,��� pn-iuild. c Id by
aU newsdealer*.
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Branch Oflca, Ot F fu Waahiu^tuu. D. ('.
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VANCOUVEK--NANAIM0   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver J
I except Sunday.    Fr. laj  an I -
j loaves   at 1 p m.   Leai ��� ���   ,;
7 a. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  Now  Westminster, s a &
Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldayi
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
! Thursday   and   Saturdays,  calling it
landings   between   New   WestmiMte
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER
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From N. W. Tu., Th.. Bat I nm.
From Chwk. Sun,, Wed., Frl.. 7 ait
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER  R0-TE
S. S.  Transfer.
Leaves  New  Wesmlnsti ei
cept Sunday at 2 p.m , wii 1 nal
Ip  M   relay at 6 a.111.
Leaves Steveston Mi nda ;,<-..
j Wednesday, Thursda ���    in I Sat    tj
at 7 ��. m.;   Friday at 6     ���..  . 1 .   I Dal
trip Saturday  ", p, m,
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m.   Ist an      1
from    Vancouver   at   8   p       Sad
and   loth   of   each   month, c��   ... ll
Skldcgate on Brst trip and Bei:a Cuola
on second trip.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN ANDA. LUND.
ETC.
S. S. Queen City
From Victoria 8 p. m- ever) 1 ���
from  Vancouver U a. in   even W*
nesday,      Returning arrives ai Vm-
couver Sunday afternoon; at \   ��� i
Monday   morning.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO,   .    .NANAlMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 1 a.n   arrives Nanalmo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanalmo Saturday -' 1  1U
arrives  Victoria 9  p.  in.
For   reservutions   and   InrormaWcD
call or address
ED. QOULET,
Agent, New Wests    ���''
R. J. COTLE
Asst. Oeu. Puss  Agent. Vancouver
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent victwis
Trains & Steamers
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CP.R.   MAIN   LIM'
Leave New Westmlnstei 8
16:16, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster
12:46, 10:30, 18:26, 19:35
Overland    express    arrives
leaves 16:16.
GREAT NORTHERN RA"-VVAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle < F*
Lv. N. W. 4.86 p.m.; ar. Seattle 101""
p.m.
V., W. & I.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. �����
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. andM P��
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arrive Cuicbon b, p-m
Lean  Guichon 6 a m .    ,;iU'
New Westminster 8:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays ana '���    ���
B. C. ELBCTRlU-VANCOUVi!*
Lv. New  Westminster 5.50,
and 8 a. in., and every half hour
after till 11 p. m. ^
Lv.  Vancouver  for WMtfflln��*r
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