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 ,.>tlve
****** Co
.. c, Phone 85
260 Columbia M
a> S\
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NB"W j;   c.,   -SATURDAY  '. OCTOBER 3,      '
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
Lastly ��
Strong
Yesterday
fflOWDS EXPECTED
OVINCIAL m TODAY
; Western Canada's Biggest Exhibition Holds
Attractions for Thousands-Children Held Sway
-Sports Hugely Enjoyed by Youngsters
���List of Prize Winners.
TAYLOR AND McBRlDE
ADDRESS ELECTORS
Premier Pleads with Vomers
to Sei I iry Candidate to
Ottawa.
both teams hpki  SOCIETV DECIDES TO STRENGTHEN
in Dim mb   %m j t0N1R0L m m
in
Inhibition -#
I..
:.r. ..13,000
 $ 2&50
the  Provincial
d record crowd
.. [i en's   park,   thi
;   th,.  week,   thel
i  the Capitals
being   BUfflci-
��80     yards     run���I,     Griffith;
Bevi ridge; 3, McDonald.
Pole vault���1,   Griffith   is   feet
inch): 2, Beasley.
Putting  10-lb, shol    I,  Suthei la i
2, I ivldson,  32 feel 3 inch..-.
la.-i.r   race    i. High  school,  Courti
ney, Sutherland, Carroll an l l lav)
Ti achers'  race    . quai ter    mill
Capitals Believe that Cham-
i Will    Be    Beaten
To la..
���
���������
i
���   ^^
fcellin   -
::-
.
iou .ui.is to canfit.ill   (scratch);   t,  McMillan    -.
afternoon:   , ., [g); ���> McKenzie (50 yards);  I. W.
.,n i  the   Salmon | (.   coatham I 100 yard   I
,,n -     this!    Tug ,,. war i n, years and under)-
creatlng more  genior high school.
vious  game,  be      ,, ,,   mlle    ii Griffiths;  2, Wh I
ftnlsh of Tu ---   King.
An  , \hi dtlon    drill    between    '   ���
lecessary to brtngj wsetminster and All Saints. Vancou-
. :    ,i   '..    .
.   Inti     .ts of
aiidi-
. .    ,.-    night,
..   :     .'.,    >    .'.'-
j)e      aid   li.-   .ii :    ,
i-M.-i li       . . rnmi ;< . dur
ln ..    iffici     ttained
i   which   this  .    . ���    '
Imired SI ��� Wil-
. -  a  i'i:    I   n and
cati        mad)
���   :   I up a the
.    were
.... I
i     i, i   Sir
.,      ...     ....
to    '
frid    .
i
. i
'..    . :
I    |
...H.l
,cl:_    ,.
opinion
i ,, . .    ..ii! i,
snapi
.. ;
IS
��� a inn;   i.   ��� .. -i ... in
Dig   i,u !'...���-
ii    good  e nn.,,.....   .in,;
ll ' .le.'.. ,    Ui,       .'
a    ,!,..: . ��� T    Oi       -.      ...
Five Instead of Three Members Elected���Proposal to Add
Covered  Judging Ring Favorably Received���Horse
Attractions    Next   Fall���Dates   Clash   With
Seattle and Adjustment Necessary.
i_
nil       I
I'-nuL
lie.
Ill  ���  .
tei ..
a.. ���
mon
df-.e. .
e  111   li. ....
... .. ..   I ii.iii (���������������    ...
uav ing   now   .-.  ...
.hi.:   ihe   long   nam   ���
Cl     ��� .|    dl    -.. ' ;    .He
i.,u li  .... in .. :  ot me
istied ihai ni    ....   .. ...
....... ,
rus alien     ... and u
...  . ,-.    lo   I 111       iUl
.,,,.   . .���..,.,:���, ,���- the R. A. &   Kelowna;    A.     I.    B.    Macgowan,  .1
,  held    In    ihe    council  L.   A.,   ot   Vancouver;     J.   P.   Shav,
chamber, evening,   President   T.   Kamloops, and S. it. Shannon, Surrei
I   Trapp .      :,.. chair.    There was    a    rh.   lasi   two  wei el      ons. I
much mallei  attendance than usuallj   D.  lirymnei     .....    again   ...   ���
,     i: t0 a political me"eting I honorary treasurer.
un Mi
.   to
.In
The   Cand date's   La-nent.
star, i in  in lei    .    au,,
iaU-.ii Tiie line      of ti,
��!..;.- ���,..:.in ��� as  ,n  the  ,1.'  ���
.,'..,.           .    he standard sel ,,..   .���,,.    brigade took  place during
ii   the mainagemeul   . ,   , ,,.
in  the ability Of Boys'   Brigade   Band,
r ;                     ,.  afternoon    to ,;,,,,.   success attend, i  the a
.    to the average .,,,,.,. ,,,-   ;m   Nanaimo Boys'   Brigade
L band ai   the  exhlbl Ion  yesi rday,  In
Indian  Lacrosse. charg.   of  Rev.  II   SilVB Whit.      Their
Mission, Browns- piaying was greatly appreciated, and
.   ncouver, have en-. ,.,<.   management   lias   good   cans-   to
wtor th- '"��� -1'   ;'":'"SS(-' matches,  be .,,,..,.. | wilh the engagement, Tha
Iii ...   whicli teams
The winner of the
(braing meet,   the   third
1-��� afternoon.
Consolation   Competition.
ompetltions In the
tnsfl     a ulass  will be  another  at-
'   ;"!    l0   imtM'"st! clasj  (six entrlt
.his feature,..Golden (,rest;���
boys possess true musical know;, ige,
and  the   various numbers   were   well
taken.
Horse   Jumping   Competit.ons.
Keen  Interest  was again  taken tn
the horse  jumping  competitions,  the
result    being    as    follows:    Ladies'
I,    1.    .Mis.    RU88I 11,
.  Mrs.  I/., w ��� ii. "St.
vious
... , e made iu thi  Wes
..... , verythins   depen
ou  Pa; ��� Ion,      If he
,e ... ...    '-..I   ��� - given his
ulai     lac centre, I ut   If   ��� "
not i .... li     iiimseli a..le to s.au. L���'���-
.'     I'    ': i.: .eral
candidal ���     i    irly  tow-
th        ���    ' ;    :,.���.. - 'iii.:.-   lo
r.a . ���       . I   them     upon   :��� hal
ipear on that
-ne   r:   Pro-
eel   lng    o   - ������ ....   of    his own
cla         to           support,  the   Conservative   ci tididate  - ai I   he   w   ild   ar-
.    :.   -i.    .   .ernment  a   iu  the ques-
aa.l wl       ���        ing ���:.  just demands!sence, Doughey Spring will plaj
of   New   Wes minster.     He   a1-"'-'"'1: tre*
lng ie Id       he Bame time.
lhe folio.    ,     are eXl: act     I
. .   addi ���
District   Exhibits.
.:   is  ru       ��� ncoui aging   ti
.   ile       '.-...ii    of some
dli aud one cannoi  but
t) and   determin il on
���   Ind . iduals v. ho had i hi   i i hi ���
uder iheii   care.   ,lu some i a ���
' .. li has fallen upon  the shoul-
one ...    ,���.o persons,   The fruit
^���xlii ,iis are mos; satisfactory, and oui
.
ll.   K- ai,   was
and   seer l.ary.
i    . lei :   in
In     returning
said the. ry
1     NY.
'user 	
S.   tht    iii.iiin.i-M
Ile ftrsi threi  da  a I li -. yi ar wei a
$1   i   ������'���   mu..   la cms more than the
j coi ri spondlng thr< e days ol Lasi j i ar,
.������I.,  curious coincidence.
He   had   heard   from   :,i:   exp. rt   wno
had h< "ii a. Ti route thai hi   i onsidei -
e i   the  agricultural   an I   hi   ticultural
exhibits   li> re  were  I etter,    but     thi
siock,   agricultural    implements    and
the  manufacturing   i xhl dt    could   be
,  res ��� 1 themselves as  improved,
.,    ,i.     We are   son;, j Many Work Well.
.,,,.,.   districts     have      Discussing the  whole  situation
lng bai     ... first.      In   \?<   nej 's ab-
I
e<i most successful dur-
. ,. . Keen compe-
I   ,. tween  the dlffer-
wili
mer-
.   , ,,, suspend bufli-  (ion -}n
1 ���
Stores Close.
the city Btore
M'le'.-noon,      iho
0 permil  their    em-
IcitiEV-.-   '" '   '"' the big ,aolV,Kse
Children's   Day.
I Young Wi stminster was happy yes-
Itniav. n ibIj   happy,     all   be-
us., thi tern - ��� ,��� rs of the gates
it ih,. exhibition grounds for once
-.;������.��� lance, and obligingly
-:::."���. | . ngster   to etiier the
Kcca oi -��� ekers    w^hout
l6ii;iti.iiir_ in    .. nv in  the small forme ol dta       Every   child  In
was   i lie   (luest   of   Man-
t!i md ihi   board Of mnnage-
wt ol    iii,    Provincial   l-'.xiiiliition
P'fti ,.-  ihi   Scotchmen  had   every
Louie."   Pony class���1, Stewart Hoss,
"G-oat;" 2, Wilfred Sudbury. "Dlsxle"
i .|x mi rics I The judges w. re J. A.
Fullerton, C. Tyticr aim Sheriff Armstrong. Todaj there Is a Bpecial saddle class, for which there are over
twenty-five   entries,   and   a   consola-
in
|ropped o.n   mis   .ear,  and   we  trust (connection   with   the  exhibition,    .In-
hard game  Ptfce Latham will don the  thai   another   year  will   see  them   in   manager said    the agricultural build,
���,.,    ,       ,   uniform   Latham would  ,,   ,,,,-,    lgain;  and while we cannot I tog   was   very   satisfactory,   but   with
Dlay  '        ,   borne   Len Turnbull mov-|bui  admil  th, I    his annual fair busi- regard to the manufacturers' building,
ufcSs   [S   expensive   and   arduous,   yet  as had  been said by    the    president,
a   the same  time anj   district wishes  they  had  had some  disappointments,
t0 keep up to date there cannot pos- through the manufacturers who   had
The match   will   start   ai 3  o'clock   sibly   be   ....    better   means of  doing  taken   space   failing   to   send   at   the
a^,   ;..:  , lri,   commencement   be-  so than  bj   putting up a district ex-  last moment.   There  had  been some
"I     ,    ;; ,    ldv| -hie   on  account   o.   hi,,,, a,  our  annual  Call'." failures in  the lower lloor Of th e ni-
1'  .I.':-  , nous. Tuesday's ,a,i,      -We    '  usual   exhibit   from   dustrla Udlng     which    had     ,en
.[. ,, ,   , m  ilmost _emi-darlmess   the  Ooml n  experimental farm un-   made  up elsewhere,  and   with refer-
:".,   -       which mitigates consider-  ���, ,   :,,,  ,    managemenl    of  T.  A.  ence to the upper floor he wuhed u,
"a     "       . .   ,00d lac,.. ��� sua:,..',  which  is greatly appreciated,   thank the  Local  Council  ol   Women,
'"   , \        ,. ,    wlll  'nteriain-  and    'eover  Is  a  means of  educa-   ,,���, did everything in their power to
lh<   '      ;-.    ,.:.!   J         ,   !lt   ������.   lioll  toa  ,,,,���   man,   people." help,  managing the  ladies   industrial
..'    'V "       '      :",v       L      K  limit- Dominion Fish  Exhibit. LddUt and also organizing  the  room
RUM ,.."",,,         laced        The  societi   Is   much Indebted  ...  0f rest, whh the W. C. T. IL,   It was
mp.
Amateur Baseball Match.
A disappointing exhibition of the
Aim rlcan national game was given
by Bellingham and Westminster
teams, [the former winning by a score
of II io 6. Many better names has.
I.een i
son
Westminster. H< asserted
tha ' ..��� gi.,:,��� recently mad" was to
i.- con lltionally upon :in elec-
- -��� uding the slavish Bapporter of
the Libera] government to Ottawa;
tk.n charged the late repre entatlve
of thi division with having negl cted
his d tv in noi getting the que! m
..;' the h-.i. us an.l control of the river fairly .1- * with at Ottawa, and
ilins hav.. prevented the difficulty that
had arisen.
Self-Praise.
Premier McBride claimed that his
government had striven |to provide an
���administration that was democratic
.n every sense, Speaking upon the
fisheries   regulations.  In    regard     to
'; which  lie had  met  with some rath^	
hard criticisms at ihe hands of New WIPPCD   4  PENTI PMAM
Westminster people, he declared that ill 1111 Lit A Hill I LtMAll
| his government bad not desired to do ���_______
any wrong to the people of the city1
rn* the fishermen, but the action which
be purchased from tin
Westminster Lacros e
Russell.
oSlcer.
elu'.i.  01
,,, the
ai  '''���'<���'
MATT BAKU tONSlDERS
ayed al Queen's park ibis sea- j ^ uik(?u was necessary in or
Gentleman���-a    nigger
j blasphemous language in
who      uses
terestiug and InstrucUve exhibit of nied themselves the pleasure of the
fish culture which has been a source afternoon attractions in order io as-
,������ considerable interest and enjoy- sist the Royal Columbian hospital.
men, l0 ������,- visitors; and to the Pro- They wished also to thank the provincial governmenl for the verj ex- vincial government and those who had
,',,,,.,',, and  jational exhibits In j managed the admirable histroteal ex-
connection   wi ie     Simon   Fraser hibit wM��h occupied a large portion
relics in charge of U. E. (Josnell, who of ihis building, and he was glad to
has he.n most untiring in his efforrs think that the. provincial government
h, this connection and most cordial had taken up the matter of preserving
���,,,   attentive    to  the  many   visitors  the archives and records oi ihe past
^^^^^" ^^^��� ���     were
th.
rescue   who have flocked to this part oi' ihe'history of the  province     Tbey
iiw.-eii local teamB, and coining
it
I
their own   way	
��� i-    h 'Id    undlspul id
I', i   ..
Wide-Eyed   Astonisnment.
'In- ainaz. mem   of   lbe   kiddies   at
il sights to be seen
In ih. grounds,   their   unalloyt d  d '������
h
di.l   on   the   day   following  thi
iirsi professional ball game ever play- i
...1   In   Uiis  city, the  attraction  failed,
to   hold   the   crowd,   only   a   few   enthusiasts   remained   lining   ilie   fence
11..wards the close of the game.
The teams were; Bellingham���Morgan, cf;   Blmyre, lb; Tait. If;  Keene,
'2b;   Hanson,  <:;   Hrowu,  ss;   Dean,   p;
n  Wednesdav, Nelms, ;'. b;  Harlen rf.   Westminster
-Sinclair,   lb;   Barbaree,   If:   Robin-
on,   c;   Silver,  2b;   Stein, 3b;   L'-wis.
���i'; Oanfield, rf; Qouchy, p;  Yuill, ss.
Umpire, Pied J. Lynch.
Score by innings-
del*   to
1   '''",-"    ,         Th     provincial  Of  ladies and  attempt
decide   where   the   Provincial."             ,,,���..
Igovernment stood and where the Do-jPle with a 8S-callber Sm
million  government stood     lf it  was  n volver.
found that the Provincial government!     The above i
had made a mistake, then they must   tlenian, as su
act accordingly, but it would be mean the following
and  unfair to visit the penalty  upon newspaper
shoot peo-   industrial building.
4th ,-.- We s.ui
also indebted to the Dominion govern-
������The exhibit  also in charge of Mr. | ment  for  the fisheries exhibi.t    Next
Scholefleld   the  provincial    librarian, year the new building erected by   the
...       ,   , .. ���   is unique  and coupled with the cour-  lumbermen, thus advertising   two   ol
! UU' ' 'Tv rneruLfof uZ    explanations    given    by    Mr. the staple industries of the province,
-*geS '    ���        ,,,.,r  -.e'loleiieid   lias  been  made a special would be ready.
letter '" the W,m,U"WKSJJS P'-sing feature."
J. 1). Tjaylor for what his  (the speak-
Qua rile.
-i     noticed-   thai   NV.   I
the prosecutor  In  the
.    Ale
case! of
the
"''i,cr",r.." a,..,..���., i-. ** -��"-"" ,"%.',���
'������������������ ""��� t: :: r;::-r,, :!:r:��.":, ���::'...- ****
was not  afraid to go  any w nei a ���'    ,   l gentleman
discuss  ihe  question either  with his found Mr   Par     to  be a g
old mends the fishermen or any one j while In the emplo) ol th.
Th.
ih.
Ill;   ill.il    |iiaw,ue 	
manual   training   department:    two    suggestions    were   made   by
ot ine public school, under the care the manager, to have stock catalogues
of   Mr    Nelson,  is   another   source   "f i prime 1, and to erect a covered judg-
en  Interesi   to ihe  visitors." . lug rtag.    Mr. Trapp bad been    very
much struck with the arrangement in
Victoria.
:,
III I       ���
i    l
���mil :menl   win n   gazing
a.nl.uar.   sighla ot  Sock-
'��',   ilu ii   infantilE   admiration
of  ol ai..',���>   displayed   by
i:. ,i  bin ... I., and   spiel-
��� a s- requests to be
h   ihi   luscious fruits
. ovetousiless     of
Du  N'i.i   'I'.mcb" i arils,
.     lie visitor   v. tth
. -.ni i in ot the generos-
nu rn   iu   de-
. i ��� ,  amusement and
I Ing   g. tier; -
Wi si min si i r
' Bellingham
J*.elliligliain
Westminster
(i 0 0 0 0 0��� 6
0 n ii 2 0 is���14
it. H.    B.
.... 11 1"      ''
el
willi a  view  to re
���caching .a better Lacrosse club, and In my opinion Mr
DISTRICT EXHIBIT PRIZE
WAS tAPTUREO BK SURREY
understanding   and   formulating   some McQuarrie has
,.,,.,.,.  rulea.     lie  .ould   UOI   afford (to     ion   to  ask   to:
quarre]   with   the   Fraser    fishermen. #c.
Mr   McBride then proceeded to argue,
ul.   the  wise  administration j
joiernment  thai   aad   brought
thai   ii
of
ih-
oii-
lil
provlnc*  |ln  '.';
,    III   IUi.Hl.
pus,ni  prosper-
������presldenl
Club,
"Vancouver,
unmitigated  presump-
such a thing.    Yours,
"M. i. BARR,
Vancouver      Lacrosse
Oct.   l.   1908."
ur.l.
���oriAg
t*
ti
i;
i
his'    :;���
ll,  Ui lh
"rts'    ai
'"       ���
Inn
I*" In
 ul
I   Sports,
I torts
md a   rac
I   nml
noon    Th *.  re-
di'.' following;
' i  ami   under    Ellen
S   Crow.
and    un.Ier    Ruby
Urnwn,   A,  Cray.
dasli    1st,   .1.   Davidson;
I.  Sangster.
1st,    Davidson;     '_.
;iiiiu mfli'kB,   thi
(l i I2n, winning
..-���ii' in   fruit   ex
air,..' nted   by  -l|!
a.. ver>   lavorablN
BXhll I' 3    1"    -   "
���ssed  their regrel
were held :,hat lhe Mllooel  frull exhibil  was nol
program  large  enough   to  qualltj   lor  n   prlw
** ��thi-   splendid
Oui of n possible
Sm ii'.', distrlcl i.'cciv.
brsi prize. I'hi
Ihibiis nc ~ln
lhe judges, who we
Impressed with the
eral, and   who ejepn
Columbian   College   Notes.
Columbian College Athletic su
, |,..i\   have   eleci
,.   . di  n .in  ai
lent,     >';' '
ildent,   C.   1'
re
d their .'dicer., for
follows:     Honorary
Burwash, M. A.;
NVatson;   vlc<_ presi-
secretary treasurer,
MILKMEN REFUSE TO SUPPLY
LACTIAL FLUID IN TORONTO; ,,,.
Ixtei n   especially   In
view    of
A   While;   ;]
������''IM.       ,.
r��_-ol �� ,
1 school.
|I|H yard:,
'    I  'iTilh
''-'��' lju,������    lsi
R, inches,
���""|'| .     i,i...
.111111,1    i.
', lne
in lei   in    Boys' Cenl
"ll;   is:.    Davidson;
l'ln;"i lump - 1st, ll. li.
specimens  from   that  district.
print,  were  awarded  as  follows;
,     ���    .     ,,.i.       .11-       l'i""'
Surrey   Grains,   et< .   i >*���
.rr.i. dairy. I3B; arrangement, 167;
tal',   1425.
Langley   mains.   BOO;
,,.,,,,     |72;   arrangement
; 1388,
Richmond   drains, Ton
dniiy,   139;   arrtuigemetii
1879.
Co.iiiilani   drains,.B32
fruits
,   168;
fruit'
His.
SS0;
lotnl,
total
friilis,
11. usley
dairy.   73;
1052.
Kamloopi
; dalrj.   75'
ss*,.
MJtipion
arrangement,
Drain,  368;
nrrangenienl
Sii.ii' .- ' ilair
120;
Grain,
arrtr.'.'-"
;16;
nu n
173;
fruit*
.1 19;
fruilt
113
totnl
total
��� leiil    li-   l.alin"'1        ,^^^^^^^^^
..,,.,���       H   was  decided  at   the
|(l   ca'ncel   the   Intermediate
am,  and   Have  only   a   J""u"|
isociatioii football.   M, Mey- j
elected captain of the junior
,,���! s*. Kenny vlce-captaln.
0f tlie intermediate team,
earn will he l"1' '" tne
��eid and the college wlll enter a
���oholastlc league with Vancouver and:
v,.,o,ia. Basketball also wlll B��n��-
this year at the school, pracal*
already being well und,.- way.
h78 not been decided how many teams
. wm be iu this sport, but ar has.
he formed to enter OUtsWe
three,   Neither
either" the  basM-hall
���l-
'I'oronto,  Oct,   -'.
milk    famine    here.
tween   the   TorotiU
\V.
nn   tin*
soccer
team In *a*
,,.  v:.y
learn
In   placi
ii  Rugbi
ish
1 im.
Today broughl a
ail contrucis be-
prodiic-i-' and
retailers' associations Inning ended,
The retailers have refused the i",-->-
,lm,,,s- terms, and hav,. elijtered ac-
,;������ against tlwm charging conspiracy   In  restraint  of trade
PREMIER LAURIER lh titVEN
NOMINATION FOR OTTAWA
Late Judging.
We   have   had     some    complaints
again  this year about the lateness of
the judging;  the explanation  for  this
is  thai   the  judges   in   several  classes
tailed   us    through   illness   an.l   other
causes that tlie management was badly handicapped In consequence, and ii
seems almost impossible  to avoit
la..-  of  this  kind
satisfactory   to  :
judging  oouhi   bt
Tuesd.i. evening, and thtts give th
visitors a chance of seeing the prize
winners earl.. In lhe show. I trust
i Iges have given every sai-
ii as j our directorate have always endeavored to gel the h.-si possible .indues, so tha: every exhibitor
could feel thai justice would be fairly
given '
Division   of   Districts.
The president's address was approved, ami ordered to be entered on
lhe minutes, with the thanks of the
socletj (or his unceasing efforts.
A.  C.   Wells,  of  Chilliwack,  and  T.
Sneer-., of Kelowna. vice-presidents
Mr.    Trapp   and   NV.   it.   GUley   supported the motion, which the country
members  also  favored.    J.   11.   Vidal
and  Rev.  .1.  S.  Henderson  thought  it
might  be use:', for a high class vaudeville or oilier entertafnmnet, ihe last.
d de-1 speaker contending thai   at     present
It  would be most   'here  was  very   little  for the  people
cone, rued   if   the Ut   �� 'ght, and   they   went    elsewhere,
.got    through    by Some  discussion took   place on    the
advisability of a burs,   show al nii_lit,
a show will probably   be Inaugurated
next   fall.   -\   resolution    empowering,
the board of control to build a cover-
ed-ln   ring,   wiih   seats,     if     deemed
financially   advantageous, was passed.
Enlarge Board cf Control.
Kl.'ciing  the   board   of  control,  in
addition to the old non-official members,   ii   was  decided   to  amend   the
constitution to add two more, and mis
was  done  the  meeting approving of
the  managi r's suggestion ol  .Wis Nelson  and   I.  B.  Kennedy.
Election  of Directors.
The directors elected were;
New  NVestmlnster, re-elected,    Aid.
.lohnston.  Aid.  Jardine, Aid.  Garrett,
! II,  Ky.ill. .).  II.  Watson. A. Malins, ,1.
Reld, NV. .1. Mathers, nv. a. Dashwood-
.lones.  T.  Gifford,  M.L.A.,  .1.   Peck.  J.
existing In
then
iwo   vvill     ^^^^^
leagues, and  probab
the ..Ulcers of  elthei
,������ Rugby  teams  luavi
eel.d.
iri   heen
Ottawa, Oct. i���Sir Wilfrid Laurier
and Hal Mcdlverin were given the
i.ii.eral nomination for C/alawa l;lsl
night, Dr, Chevrier and A. W, Fraser whlli
having retired  in their favor.
spoke on the division  now
Ihi,   (ml,   seel ion.   easl   and     west     of
North I'.ond. Several of ibe members
objected to the division, claiming
district
imi h   ilu
;oiid  trull  as    each
Smith   holding   ibis   V
could    produce   as , Hok,1���,nUlel,.  It. .lavdin-
other.   Maxwell
sw particularly,
|T. .1. Armstrong, Loul
i-:.  Vanstone,
T   Cunningham contended  that i"	
.   .  .      i Henderson, J
��� bis divisi.m of lhe
  everything   for  thi
iiovince had done
, .). D. Taylor,
 Williams.   NV,
!'\   11.   Lyle,  Itev.   .1.   S.
H. Vidal. A. Hardman,
improvement
of
.1".   C.   Fisher,
and
NeW
K.    .1.
Bom"**
. .; ,:.   dairy.
I* YESTERDAY'S   BASEBALL.     ���
 J 	
,    i i"^^���fruits.   13S:   ���   Spokane      -
t, rain--.    '^* ��� r    ���
total,! ��� Vancouver   ^^^^^^^m*m****%*mm*m**m***]
ih.
arrangement,
t*Q**************
lower Mainland.
Election   of  Officers.
The  president   was  .^elected   with
���,.,,,siasni. and   the    vice-presidents
.],,,,,,! were D   R, Ivi'. Victoria;   A,
���   wells. Chilliwack;    T. 6. Speerp,
S, ti. Tidy.
meiiihers.    Hohert     Huckland.
Lynch and Kev. A, BS. Vert.
Vancouver Mayor Bethune, u. F.
Anderson, ,T. Hendry. Arthur l.renc.i-
lei   NV. C, Ni. !i<al. P. C. Cartel Cotton,
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY.   oCT
LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS
1 Continued  from  Page  I.i
FRUIT.
NV est of North  Bend.
Apples,   Duchess,   ...   P.   ,1.   Wright,
Central  Park.  1st;   Jas, fderrifield  &-
S<ms,  Mount    Lehman,    *.'iid:     it.    K.
Nicli.'U. Aldergrove, :.ird.
Apples, Gravenslein. .".. .1. K. Fox,
Perndale, Wash., 1st; M. Knight,
Chilliwack, 2nd; J. A, Coatham, Sardis, llrd.
Apples .Maiden's Blush, 5���Jas.Mer-
rlfield & Sons; 2, R. K. Nlcholl; 3, .ia-
cob Fox.
Apples, Alexander, j, Thos. X. Fer-
nell, E. Burnaby; 2, .1. A. Wetherell,
��. Burnaby.
Apples, Wolf River, 5��� NV. Knight,
Chilliwack; Jacob Fox, Ferndale,
Wash.; ',!, J. A. Coatham, Sardis.
Apples, Blenheim Orange, 5���1, J.
de C, Wetherell; 2, Jessie Love, East
Burnaby.
Apples, Winter Banana, 5���1, NV.
Knight. Chilliwack; 2, J. A. Coatham;
3, Jacob   Fox.
Apples, Ribston Pippin, 5���Jesse
Love; 2, De C, Wetherell; 3, Merry-
held Ac Sons.
Apples, 20-oz.. 5���1, Jacob Fox; 2,
NV.  Knight.
Apples,  any   oilier   variety,   summer
or fall, 5���1, J. A. Coatham; 2. Jacob
Fox; ',,, Mrs. .1, S. Shurry, Haney.
Apples,   Baldwin.   5���1,  Jacob   Fox;
2. NV. Knight; 3, Jos. Thompson, Chilliwack.
Apples, Belle de Boskoop, 5���1, J.
Wetherell.
Apples, Ben Davis. Z���\. W. A.
Dashwood-Jones, city; 2, Jacob Fox;
3, Stride  &   Sous. City.
Apples, Blue Pearmain. 5���1, P. H-
Greene, Hall's Prairie: 2, J, A. Coatham:  3, Jacob Fox.
Apples, Canada Reinette. 5���1, Jacob Fox; 2, J. A. Coatham: 3, Thos.
A.   Pennell,   B.   Burnaby.
Apples, Canada Red, 5���1, Joseph
Thompson, Chilliwack; 2, J. A. Coatham,   Sardis.
Apples, Fauieuses, r.���1. Jacob Fox;
2, Jos, Thompson; 3, .las. Merrlfleld
& Sons, Mount Lehman.
Apples, Golden Russet, 5���1, Jacob
Fox; 2, J. A. Coatham; 3, .1. de C.
Wetherell.
Apples, Hubbardston Nonsuch. 5���
.lacb Fox; J. Wetherell,
Apples. Longfteld, 5���J. A, Coatham.
Apples, Mann. 5- Jas, Merrlfleld &
.Sons; ,1. A. Coatham; R. K. Nlcholl,
Aldergrove.
Apples. Ontario. 5���-W. P. Johnston,
, Ity; .1. Wetherell; Sprott a<: Sehou.
il .... Pewaukee, "������ J. A. Coatham;
Wetherell;   Jas.   Merrifleld    &
Rome Beauty, ">-   lacob Fox.
Roxburv     Russet,   a    J.   A.
Plums,  best collection,  5 varieties, I ���fr-flt-'ii'-'a^^
Individual growers     P.  of each-Jan.1 ^{^  .\   [$&   -> fQlinfl  ��
Merrifleld & Bons, R. K. Nlcholl, T. L K   "_ -       -������     "T1  |
pridham. 1 for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- ftc. i
Plums, Lombara, 12���T. L. Pridham, '^_)i!^s^ti^-|jci^^
Stride & Sous, Jas. B. Kennedy. ,	
Plums,     Washington,     12���R.     K.lpoR   s A I.i-;���Three flve  acre  tracts,
Nlcholl.   Jas.   Merrifleld & Sons. ,     three   miles   from     city,   ou     main
Plums, Coe's Golden drop, 12���C. T.      road, good fruit and vegetable land
Robson. NV.  Knight, Jacob  Fox. On  on.    I   have  a  cabin,  100 chick-
Pears, Yellow egg, 12���R, K. Nlcholl, I    f'��*i' ""'Is' '���''���    1>al't1-'' cleared. Will
NV. Knight. Mrs. R. C. Hodgson. j    S(jU  cheap.
Plums,   Pond's   seeding,   12���Stride TO  LET���Housekeeping  rooms  turn-
& Sons, NV. c. Coatham, M. W.  Min-1    iSlU,d   ���,.   unfurnished,    also   single
"Kl?
ial
rovincia
Exhibition
Apply   123
thorne, (     room   with   fine   view
Plums,  Relne Claude, L2.���Stride &!    Ninth street,  city.
Sons  Jesse Ixive, R. K. Nicholl. ���--______.___.____._______.___._-_____..-..���_____-______....��__���,
,   FOR  SALE���The  "Laughing   Mirror"
Plums, Damson.12-T.de Wetherell,     ghow__ls  ^  grealesl    fun.maker
Harry Davy, R. K. Nicholl. ;md ^ money.maker eyt>r offei,���1
I'lums, Fallenberg or Italian  prune, (      ,
12���It.    and    T. Owen.    W.    Knight, j
Stride & Sons.
Plums, Giant Prune. 12���NV. Knight, j
Plums, Bradshaw,   12���Jas.   Merrlfleld, R. K. Nicnoll. j
amusement     manager. An
amusement of strong drawing power and with practically no opera:
ing expense it yields large returns
ou a small investment. For sale t:
a bargain this popular amusement
���'���*������������-   ,:"""'   ,2    "     M"'   ' ' '-  "      show complete, now at the Exhil.i-
tion grounds.
K. Nicholl.
Plums.   Prince   Engelbert,   l:���Jas
Merrifleld, R. K. Nlcholl. WANTED���A  girl  for general  hou
Plums,  Columbia.    12���Ja-.    Merri-      work.    Apply    to    Mrs. F. B. Lyle,
field. Third street,  above Queens avenue
Plums,  sugar prune,  12���H   Davey.l
Plums, German prune. 12���Thos. A.
Fennell. East    Burnaby:    K.    Knight.
I TO RENT���Two furnished bedrooms.
Apply Arrow Press, back of Windsor hotel.
Harry Davey.
Plums,   any   olher   variety.   TJ���R.   K.  FOR SALE���Light i>ony cart, in good
Nicholl. condition;   or  exchange for buggy.
Peaches,   Early Crawford,  ���'.���T. de      Motley.  Vancouver  road, East Bur-
Wetherell, East Burnaby I    lllii,>,
Peaches, Yellow   St. .loan. 6���2,  H	
Davy.   Epworth, WANTED���Maternity  nursing;,  term.
Peaches      Fitzgerald,     6���2,     John'    mod.-rat
I
Address "B," this office
Dunlop,  Lillooet. | WANTED���Six bright ladies used to
Peaches,   any   other   variety,   6���1,1     );;i//i.ir   workj   t(J   aell       Apl,ly     ,,
F. J.   Wright, Central  Park;   2, J. W.|    p engraver. Main building, ex-
Hurr, Ashcroft; 3, J. A. Coatham.
Eu-
hibitlon grounds.
Grapes, Concord, 4 bunches
geneo Santmi, Lillooet; 3, Frank Rich-i WANTED���Dressmaking;   also   plain
ter. i    sewing done first-class.   Experlenc-
Garpes,    Delaware.    4   bunches���1,     ed.    M. M., P.O., city.
Stride   &   Sons;   :;.   Harry   Davis,  El
...... j j NVANTED���One  experienced  waitress
Grapes,    Ntepara,     I   bunches-l,|    and  on*-' chambermaid,  residing  in
Frank   Richter;   2,   NV.   A.  Dashwood
Jones; lt. & J. Owens. n
Grapes, Moore's Diamond, 4 bunches  klh.)M   TO   RENT���Suitable for  one
���1, M. A. Mathewson, city. or   two   gentiemen.      ^pply south-
Grapes. White   Sweetwate     1   hun-      east corner Fifth street and Fourth
Under tKe  Auspices   of  tKe R. A. & I. Society. Queens ParV,
New  Westminster, B.C.
September 29tk to October 3rd,
Both Days   Inclusive
B
$60,000 in Prizes
ana  Attractions
A/Vestern Canada s  Greatest Annual
Sn
I
Eugenco
avenue, or P. O. Box 311.
For Information apply to
W.  H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
T. J. TRAPP, Pres. P.O.Box 59, New Wes     i ster
ches���1,   Frank   Richter;
Santmi.
Grapes. Black Hamburgh, i bunches FOR   S__LE���House,   stable   and   two
��� 1, M. .1. Henry; 3, Eugen   i Santmi. lots,   cleared   and   fenced,    Second;
drapes. Muscat, i bunches l.Frani: street   and   Tenth   avenue;     price1
Richter. reasonable, and  terms easy.     Also,
Grapes,   any  other   variety,   I  bun- two  lots  adjoining,  nearly  cleared.
ches    1.   Frank   Richtei Apply to George Sharp, on the pre-
Grapes,   best   collection    .         ches nuses.
..i. .1���1.  Frank Richter  t~.                ���*.                     ,pi\
Quinces, Orange, 5    I, Chas. I.Rob- WANTED���Two or three unuimislK-d . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i.^^^*^*^**^***********     i   imaniia^ rflriTlfl
.,,,.,,,,������ rooms;   must ibe    moderate;    near1*                                                                                                                          ���     VCHIOU1U.U I c-.vini
.-on. city; 2, AN. R. Austii    3apperton; " \ * *. /���=������        niMC  ^A
bridge preferred.   Apply Posl Office 11 Vtll_    -rllN5^    cHICJ
n;.
ow :
Lacrosse Matched, Baseball Matches, Football Matches,
Scottish Sports, Children's Day Sports.
Sweetest Music, Stock Parade.
Five Days' Enjoyment and Instruction.
Historical Exhibit Commemorating Discovery of the i!    test
River in Canada by Simon Fraser.
Unveiling of Monument Erected to Great Discoverer's M imory.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
I SB--,-.
3. ��_-���*������*.
Box
V E S TM IN S T ER EMPLOYMENT   $
AGENCY���Under new management, j *
3,  J.   A.  Coatham.
Quinces,  Rea's  Mami .    i    5 ���2, NV. |
R,   Austin.
Quinces,1 Champion, a���     NV   R.Austin.
Quinces, any othei  variet;    5���1, J.
v Coatham, ,iiruls of help    promptly,    free    of
Crab   Apples,   Transcenden     12���1       cnarge.    Branch office, 107 Cordova
V,*   A.   Middleton. street west, Phone A 2750. Vahcou-
'; . ) Apples.  Martha,     12 -1,  NVm      ver ^ q
Nicholl; 2, Jas, Merrifleld  i: Son-. '	
Crab Apples, Florence,   12���1, J. A
Coatham.
���
���
Tenders Wanted
266 Columbia street, Phone 366., P.O I ���
O'iinrpS    anv   utile:    _ irii    -      '. ���1    .1
Rhode Uland Gr. ���;. in ;   5���
: NV. Knighl; .1. A. C atham
Salome   5���J.  A. Coatham,"
\:   rhos. Fennell.
-���.    Sutton     Beauty,   :.-.!.   A.
... Jacob Fox.
Npples, Vandevere, 5���3, Jacob Fox.
Npl.-s. anv other variety, ."���William
Howay, NewWestminster; J. A. Coat-1    Crab  Apples'  Hyslop'  !--"!   Kn,n
nun Richter; 2, W. A. Middleton; 3, 1. A.      Sealed tenders will  be received  to
Coatham. noon, October  Loth,    tor    supply    of
Crab Apples, Siberian,  12���1, .Stride1 , , ...      ,,.
sawn and hewn nr ties tor New West
&   Sons.
Crab Apples   anv other  variety,  121mlnster-Chllliwack    Railway,   Clover-
 2    j;   k.   Nicholl. dale to A ibotsford   also Abbotsford to
Crab  Appli s,  besi   coll    ti. a  '.;   In   ' hilllii ick
BEAUTY PINS |
AT
ii.x ui   ��   CHAMBERLIN   Tne Jeweler
RAILWAY COMPANY
Sole Azents for
The Longlnea  Watch  Movement,
ami     Hamilton Watch  Movement.
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Kiehter
Apj le .  best  i ollection of fall ap-
'������-. not l-.-ss than Bve varieties, live
��� ���  ea -:i   Jacob Fox -  Jessie Love,  E.
Burnaby;  Thos. Fe
Apples,   besl   collection   ��Intel    ...
variel le;. five
ol . ach   .1. de VV -���       "    I    N. Coa -
Mrs, .!. s. Sh .: ���
Spi ci 0 Usi  of ap
ind
Ap, ��� -    NV. tlth:     i���Thos. A
;,.  :...',,. .   Jacob Fox.
\ King, 5    I    .-.  1   Ov
Lehm tn    i   N.. I '<. i ban     !..���-���   '��� F i
cell,
A..,. Ii     N. :��� a.'.*. 5���Jacob
......    v. . ..   v. .    '���   '
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*,,    es, C Imes     lolden, I     ���
Cot! a   . Sai II      *-���      Knl   il
F   ndale, NVash,
llvldua] growers, Rvi   \ ���-.  12 of      Specifa il   >ns i        ie procured from
each���I. .las. Merrifleld &  Sons;  2, it   i. i      Manager,  Ne -  NVestminster, or
K.    N'ichol, in        :;
B rrles,
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-1,   Mrs.  A,  A    3li �� i       Burna     ;  2
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Blacl      ��� ' :.      one
' i in Ifii   I & Son     .    .   ���������
VN Hazlitt, Pu ch ���..;���.��� at,
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s*-^sa*^5feate-',��*-^i''   /.' **i
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If   you   win:   t . . ,;
across the continent-
Travel by the
America.
Through Dining '1
Class  Sleeping Cars
Eastern Express    -      1: "_���*'_
Atlantic Expre     ea      - '-  *
For further particulars inn r_w��|
tions apply
KO. SOUUsli
Agent   Ne-) \
or to  E. J. COTLE
Asst. Genl. Pas
'.*.;: MleT.
I ,.
Jaganese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and TRANSLATORS
Ma'e   and  Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished,
.     .   I  . . IM.'.' ." -.. '
N\   i-'. Johnsl m
'   ""   ..   . ,ii.'   ol iel      ������ :������'.    on.
-, NVm. M D    ni naby,    Columbia   and   McN._LEi.EY  sts., n
packed appb    ii    tox. foi   ihi] NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C,
ni"    I   I oxes    '..   Ja      Mi i rlfteld   >N:
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growers,   ������   varieties   Ifall   pearB)    5 ham.                                                     |                         ��������� ,	
oi each   J.  A. Coatham,  NV.    Knight, ���,,,,       k ,            {    b      ,      w      nr*       *            ��     o,
VI   ���   I'  S. Shurle, ..   .,���.,���..    t, j. de wetherell           l FamS    & SteamCM
Pears, Bartlett, 5���Jacob Fox, M. W. Besl  prunes, 25  lbs., dark, dried���
Miiitlii.'.ne, ,i. A. Coatham, 1   Jas. Merrlfleld k Son-                                   C.P.R, MAIN  LINE.
Pears, Howell, 5���J." A. Coatham, W, Besl  prunes, 25 lbs.,  light, dried���j    Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9:05,
Knight, '���  -liis-  Merrlfleld  &  son-                    u_zi\ and 19:35.
Pears, Sheldon, 5-Jacob Fox. Best  dried  apples,  25   lbs.���1, Jas.     Arrive at   New Westmlngter 8:20(
PearB,   Beurre     Boussoch,     5���W. Merrlfleld & Sons                                 110:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Knight, .1. A. Coatham. 	
IV.iis,  Hem re    ( Liii :-i<-J ii.    5���Jacob CATTLE
Fox. ,i.   \. Coatham, nv. Knight. Shorthorns���
-Jacob
Fo HAND ANO POWER STRAW CUTTERS of either AMERI
CAN oi CANADIAN make; ROOT CUTTERS In dlfferem si/as, an I
REVERSIBLE SiJCERS AND PULPERS. roller bearlngB on main
shaft���and In fad all kinds ot FARM IMPLEMENTS, go to T. J.
TRAP.**** fi. CO.'3 STORE on COLUMBIA STREET, and se,. their
larg     tn '.   varle 1 stock.
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CAPTAIN
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Pears, Beurre de   Anjou,
Bull,  ',',  y.-ars  and over,   Inverholm
Tamboiine. :;.
Cow, a years and over   Inverholm !���
Stock Farm, l, 2 and 3. '���', \
Fox. NV. Knight, 3rd; no second. - stuck Farm, l and 2.
F. ars,    Winter    Nellls,    5���T,   A.     Senior bull, over is months and un-
C.olliain, NN*.  Knight, | der   2   years,--.las,   Taiiibolille,   NVest-
I'cars. Vicar ot Wakefield, 5  -Stride  bam   Island,   1 Heifer, 2years and under 3   Inver-lX HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation,    as
/i Sons, Jacob Fox.                                \    Junior bull,  under  18  mouths��� Jas. holm Btock Farm, 1 j;; well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
Pears, any other variety (Fall) 5���'Tambollna, l. Benlor heifer, over 18 months and\\l can handle yonr order, no matter what the size.    If we   have   no
Frank Richter, T, de Wetherell,   Easl .     Senior bull calf, 6 months and  un-   undov
Burnaby; VV. Knight. der    12���-Inverholm  stock   Farm,    l  Farm. l.
Pears, Sschel,  5���2nd, J.  A. Coat-,and '-'. Junior heifer, under    is months-
ilf. under 6 months��� Inverholm, l; J, Tamboiine, 2.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, jut start your orchard right, by buying from A
years- Inverholm     Stock ��    agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
o  NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
It   The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
W. J. Noar-wB-
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SPICY!
City Voters5 List
SoUce is hereby    given    that    tbe
iters' list for the year 1908 bas been
: li--. 1:  i��. a. Austin, Sapperton, 2. jH*  ^lenzie.   "������
. ..  .   all(1   und.:   ���:    A    .'       l; "!-  -  >' ars  and  under
..uaiu, , ���  ."ells, 2;  J. Thompson, Chilliwacl*   1;   'v   Clark-   Victoria,   1.
c. ,     an ! ...r   J. T. :��� R    **   '   o   3. Jun*or   bul1.    '���'���'- ���      '
,,.,- . 2.       . S. ... i      ill, over   is   months    ai I  - ;" '   &  Scnou.  >���   ''���   ��� '���   ��'���   * -
11 . ad  under 3���J, T     nder . years     \. C. Wells. 1. -��� Quick  Bros.,   t.
1  1 and 2 Junioi  bull, under 18 months    A. r '    **'���>'"���' hull calf, 6 months and un-
S over  l-  months and   'Veils,   i.       ' |   ��� ��� '-    A-Menzi   & Son, I; ll. Webb,
undei I.T.Maynard, 1 and 2,      Senior   ..ill calf, 6 months and un- (Victoria,  2.
Junioi   heifer   under   18   months���J.   Ier 12���J. Thompson, 1;  SV. R. Austin,]    Junior bull calf, under   ti months
T. M .    i 2. and ��������� I *  *>l* 11/-i'   *v  Soas. l-  v*uu" 1;i'os- -���
Senlo    h.  fer   oalf,   6   months  and      Junior     ill  calf, under ti months *'"rt-  I .vears and ovei    <i ���    ; Bros.,
und. I   T   Ma nard, l  and 2        J. Thomi sou,  1; W. it. Austin, 2;   A.'1 ���i1"1    ���  BisnoP & 9larl<  J
Jun      .,::-:   calf, under 6 months C.  Wells,   I. ,!" ;"-- -  !      '   and  under 3-Bish-
:     ..,. ;   ���  and 2. L'ow,   :    i     s :..: : ovei;   A. C.Wells,  op & Clark, 1  and 3; Quick Bros., 2.
...   ��� j    -!-.   Maynard,  1. I   and  2;   .1.  Thompson,  3 s'"i*"'  hell r, ovei   IS  months and
*,     .      ...,i    i   t   Maynard   1. Heifer. 2 years and under 3���k. C    mder 2 years   \\. Grimer, Pender isl-
���I      .   anuimals,  |et of one sire   .1    \\ and 2; W. R. Austin, 3, '���     -\-   M ��iPS-   -���     '    """   'v
[��� rd, 1 Senior  heifer,  over  Is  months and j dark, 3.
Two .dui    of one cow- under 2 years-W. R. Austin, 1, Junior  heifer,   under   1S   months
j. -,   Maynard, i  and 2. Junior heifer, under 18 months���A. I Bishop   &   Clark,    l   and  2;    Quick
Holsteins��� C. Wells & Son, 1  and 3;  W. it. Mis-  liros., 3.
- |,    :  years   in    over   J.  M. Ste-  tin. 2. -""tor heifer calf, uude,  6 months
,.     S      'ston   i Senior  heifer  calf,  6  montho    and   - Bishop   fe Clark,  1      R,   ii" mon,
,onths���J. under     12���J.   Thompson,   1;     A C   city, 2; QulcrBros.. 3.
..    ..._..!���   . A.ge<]  herd   Quick   Bros., I;   Bishop
junior   bull,   undei    18   mi
nis office  for thirty    day*-  ,   2 and ;;
  voters list
Pure Spices in  1 -4 lb. pkgs. =��S
Guaranteed :.';;; ^
ful! strength and weight. Money re-;-^UrvreIer bls orherI.
turned if not better than any you have:_���_,, ,��� ���Mm. r.a .�����. ^
M.  Stevi
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W.  R. AuBtln,
Wells, 2:   w.  I.-   vn--"". - clark, -'.
a;d'^tthe=amemaybe  ���-(,(nv;r;j;sa,,,1(,ve,    f.M.Steves.|    f^f^ f^"w! iT^s-1    ^��mg__h
| ���j. Thompson, 1 am
seen   at   iais un.--.-*.   "-���-   ���  .. - ***" ���������                                    .���      , i tirl   ���>
fron, the date hereof: and any person ���.���..,.. h(if.���, uniler 18 months-J.. tin^ ^__^   r   ^.n   ,
who  shall claim to be  added to the ***^*** ��                                    ��� -                                 ***���
List, or any elector wbo
to have any name erased
At
Ryall's Drug Store
WE  MEAN   IT
I "Get-Rich -Quick |
Wallingf ord "
i^ier name, and shall deliver or cause
Saiane to be delivered, to the City Clerk |
within  the time hereinbefore    specified.
* City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office. City  Hall. New
Westminster, Sept. 4. 1908
\ Si try of Promotion.
I'RSCE
For Pleasure and Profit.
$1.25
4  tiuoksellers Stationers News Dealere
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WHOLESALE and RETAIL
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANTS
PROMT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
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* 4" ."��� Sets, Engltsh Chi
na, $4.50 to  $20.00.
���" Piece Tollei   Sets, decoraleil
$2.50 to $10.00.
XF-W   '.in :   In  china  arriving
: ���   i ���"'.   now.
Important Notice
The plan , profile and  estimate   of
cost ... the proposed permanent
Iproveraeni of Columbia    streel    <>n
jdudlng a main, trunk sewer, ceme
sidewalks and   Btreet    paving)    have
1 n prepared and placed on view I
lhe room lately occupied by the schoo
board, city  hall, where they maj  >"-
Hli61ClklH6 POWDER
1      II is I'u.; . M I'.'l     ���'.   ...iJEcononilc.il
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FXRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   <_ioi��   from    Geo.  Adam*,   Grocer
nov
EY'S
'.adies'Cold Watcne8  from  ��2.76UP
Oentlemen.8   SUver   watcn        v
lnsPected    dnring    office'   hours   ^|'^>tg^n.8 8UveP batches. doubl��
KS-^tSBSK   "ll --nted.
in Prices
Smith's Sod-as - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.3& doz
Jelly Jars,     -      ���    .JOc^o*
See' those 10-Diece Met Sets
we are selling at *$4*(Q
���219 Columbia  Street
mvai& -' ���. .-^^fmgiam*9amt
parties Interested In this very nee
,ii\- local improvement.
\  ii  McQl'ARHllS.
Act! '    ''V
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?.  a      citj   Hall, New
Aucusl 25   1908,
hi Mrs    tewsiTT, eic. *>**���
SSiffSSii:   �����������  reftaUD' Phone 97.
.Me.
& DEANS
W. H. Aus-j    Young   herd-   llishop   ,��,���   Clark,    1;
Quick Bros., -J:  A   11.  Nteniies, 3.
Three  animals,   get   of  one   sire���
Bishop   ii  Clark.   1;      V   Menzies,   2;
Quick Bros., 3.
Two animals, produc.  ol one cow ���
Bishop  & Clark. 1  and  2.
Grade  Dairy  Cattle-
Grade  cow, 3 year . and  up    IV  W.
Bray, city, i: P. w. Banton, city, 2.
tirade h.-if.*r, under 3 years���D. W.
Bray, 1,
Ch.aiiiiiioiiship3���
Champion bull, beel breed���J.Bray,
Portage    la    Prairie, l: Inverholm
siock   Farm, Ladner, 2.
Champion   female, beef breed���In-
in holm Stork Farm, I;   i Bray, 2.
DIVISION   M.-- FLOWERS,
For   professionals  only.
Hi si   group   ..uu.'   and
,.!,. Ill S,      l| 11;. ."     Sipil      '
s   G.   iii: . Ni ��   Westminster;
Uegoula   Ilex,  B  varieties, 6   , lants,
in.   more  th tu   *  Inch  pots    l, suide
..���  >..,i    .1 ��� Davies &   -;"
l)    ..ni.. Tub    .-      12 plants, 6 sin
. .  '���   lou  : 11. . les  &  Sons;  2,.
��� -   Muii n> ad, . itj.
. 'ulleci lou i.i  gi. "uii.nis.. ferns, not
''...in   21   plan ���.    I,  Davies    &
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Palms,   10,  not   le - than  live  var
. ...s    t. s. c. Tidy    Davh - ,_  Sons.
Bi -i colli .   Ion  fo ��� ige plants to oc-
' .  -.|.i u i   feet, Cob us excluded
i   Davh - & Sons. j. s. i;. Tidy.
Cob us,   12   v,i li ties,   12   plani      I,
. s   c,   Tidy;  .'. Davli - &  Son-:   :   .:. s,
: M.iirl.i id
l-'m hslas,   ".   slngli    1,    Davlea    ft
Sons; ���-'. s. G. Tidy.
Fuchsias,   '.   double   i.   Davies     at
I Sons. 2, s. G, Tuly.
:    (i. raniums, double, :'.    l.   Davies  ft
Sons;  2, s. Q, Tidy.
Geraniums,   Blngle,  3���1,  Davies   &
Sons;   2,  S.  il. Tidy.
('hi-ys;i!r,ii(.|u-,ims  i! plants In bloom
I,   i inn .-   m ih head, city;  i   s. <;.
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THE DAILY NEWS
with  them   a  volume of  information
which   they could  not have  had  pos-
Published by the DaUy News Pub-j8e88lon of -" w "lher kway- ���*
tubing Company, Limited, at their competition in sports showed that
offices,  corner ot   Sixth   and   Front British   Columbia   possesses   athletes
streets.  New   Westminster.   B.  C. jof ��� mean ��r<ier' an(1 tne "ri'1e wlt"
, ! which the successful contestants exhibited the prizes they had won. shows
i tlmr they appreciated the honor as
well as the trophies. The visiting
Boys' brigades from Vancouver and
the lads' band from Nanaimo. under
the   command   of the Rev.   A.   Sllva-
E.   A.   Paige.
.Managing   Director
.union Mm HBP
SATURDAY,  OCT.  3.   1908.
DO NOT FORGET.
Do uot forget the Concilliatlon Acjt
has compelled the C. P. R. to replace.
a suspended operator iu his original
Station and pay his full wages for
the time he was unemployed,
White  were   33   exemplary   In   their
conduct as they were entertaining in
their competitions, and  we are sorry
that   Christ   church   brigade   was   not
prepared to compete in the drill competition.    We are of opinion that no
hmonetar;   value could  be placed upon
Children's Daj' at  the  Exposition.    II
1 Is [ , far reaching In its Influence thai
Iin year   to come the value of the le.s-
sons learned now will  bear abundant
fruit.
SOCIETY TO STRENGTHEN
! BOARDS CONTROL
(Continued from Fag,. One.)
R   Marpole,  II.  T.  Lockyer,  t.  Cim-
rhani, U. NV. Holland, NV. i;,-.,;,-   j,
JT.   Wilkinson,     L.   D.   Taylor,   Oscar
!', own,    !������    ll-    Sperling,    .Maxwell
Smith. Capt. McSpadden.
Victoria���Senator Riley, w, ,|   Tay-
Flumerfelt, Dr. Tolmie, NV
K-.  M.  Palmer,    1(.  nv
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CHILDREN'S DAY.
Those who arc responsible for the
establishment .of Children's Day must
have been happy yesterday as a result of the complete success of every
i
section   of the   entertainment   of   the,
young element. Nev ������ before in the
historv of the Exposition has the,
young mind been so instructively en-j
gaged. Tbe historical collection in,
the Industrial building was the cen-!
Ire of attraction and the mugwump
who says lhat the children only look
for candies and fun, had the practical
evidence of the youth of the province drinking in history by gulps, and
we believe that the Exposition management and Messrsi Gosnell and
Schoelfleld were better repaid than
tbey could be tinder a monetary consideration :a the int..rest the young
element took iu the collection so admirably arranged in the Industrial
building for their instruction, and entertainment. History to the eye is
powerful, compared to the inadequate
story given in the text. We are expanding too fast for the chroniclers
to fully convey to the young mind the
episodes that are ;:assing with kaleidoscopic haste. A year ill this great
province, unfolding as it does possibilities not dreamed of when our exhibition was held last year, is so impregnated with the spirit of expansion and development that notuiu.;
short, of an occular demonstration Is
quick enough for the youth of the
country to be fully educated. It is I
certainly a source of pleasure to re- I
allze thai the children critically ex-j
amlned the exhibits In all the buildings, and they must have carried away
lor,   .   (
: J,   Pendruy
Hodgson, F. .1. Bishop.
Agassiz���T. A. Sharpe.
Nldergrove���R, K. Nichoi.
Armstrong���Donald   Matheson,  F. ('.
: Wolfenden.  I). Graham, Or.  Murray.
Ashcroft���Phil Park.-. John Shields,
| c.   A.  Semlin,  .1.   li.   Leighton.
Atlln���Hon. II. F. Young, .i. a. Fra-
''.   Wetherell,     E,
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DEAL
At The  Fair Everytime;   s'
Oct
Special
for   Todaj  -San     Boxes
BLANCHE    BRYANT.
Who will be seen here tonight as     Olga   In "The Devil."
I zler.
Burnaby���J.   de
Stride.
Central Park���.1. W. Weart:
;    Chemalnus���R. E. Barkley, il. Bon-
: sail.
Chilliwack���Geo.    Knight,    c.   NV.
Munro.���, M.I..A.. Jos. Thompson, .1. H.
NVilklnson, il. Webb, J. T. Maynard,
\i iyor Cawley and W. Knight.
Clinton���John McGllllvray, M. Eag-
1 leson,  M.L.A.
Comox���J. .1. R. Miller, w. Duncan
! and A. Hurcutt,
Coaul'tlam���D.  McLean,   H.   B.   Ba-
kei     A,  Hoy.    NN'.  lt.  Austin,    John
Smith,
Cariboo���Samuel   Rogers    and   W
A,lam.'-.
Dawson���John Grant,
Dewdney���Hon,   R.   McBride,   Sam
Smith.
Duncans���G. II. Hadweb, D. li   Le-
Neveu.
Fast  Delta���John Oliver,  M.1..A .  It.
E.  Kin son.  Ernest Lefroy.
Knderby���Mayor Bell, H.  W, Wlighl
and Mr.  Eddy.
Grand  Forks���R,   B.  Gilpin,   Martin
Burrlll.
Grand  Pralrli���H.  U, Homfray.
Greenwood���E.   Jacobs.   N.   F.   Kendall.
The  Islands���W. Grimmer,  S.  Harris,  NV.  H.   Mullock.
Fraser Mills���A.   D.   McRae.
Kamloops���Senator   Bostock,   .1.   I'
Smith.   A.   Noble.   !'.   Barnhardt.   Jos.
Bulman, J, R.  Hull.
Keremeos���Frank     Richter,    J.   J.
Armstrong. Corner Klghth St. and    Fifth Avenue
Kelowna���F.  de   Hart,   D.  McCach
M. H. I RAZEE
Presents the   . .
cessful   Uu .
S. :.
A KNIGHT
FOR A DAY
Exactly  as  present
"1'' Snliii
ye^ \nr<-    ��� .ths?
N"w ^"!-">.i Bve months i���
Boston
Superior Ca I .
ing BOBBY BARR1 |SIE R '
BERT,  and   i Sti ��� ., ,   ' '
Sixty '   ���"
Seat   Sale   con
tb, :> ,i m
K.i
while they last, 10c each.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street
Prlces-$2.00, $1   .   s  Mi 7k Mc
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Pass-
New Westminster'enger Service per
  SS. "Favorite
Monday's Special���-Post Card.-. 3 tor
cents,
"We  buy  toi   cash  and  sell  for the
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
PHONE   .-.7..
BOWELL &  ODDY.  Proprietors
Carrying trelghi   md lengers to
all  points betwi. ..'.'. tmimni
and Westham I iland
Leaves lira. kman-I iarf dailj
at '.j p.m., exc p( Sa    rd ,��� :-t ~.
additional trip on M . _  .
5 a.m.
Returning  I. ave   . . land!
.a.m.   daily,  . xce il        la it 6 a.m.,
additional  trip   in   3al leaving
at  a:HO  p.m.
Calling    at     Sti Ttiesd
Thursdaj a an I S tl
Tickets lo s:. ��� so
cents  on  Satuida.     on!
fhe Largest and Best Equipped Shoe House  in  British Colu
E ' <_���
id
Visitors to our Great Fair do not have to go out of this town for their Shoes. Experience has taught
us the vieeds of the people as to Shoes. We carry only the choice lines of all the best made shoes
that moVey can buy. Our Stock is Tremendously Large and specially adapted for the Wet Fall
Irade.   Ix(-Ye are some extra Low-Priced Shoes for this week:
s
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en's Working i\ ^ts
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ys' and Girls' Shoes
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Men'-  B -     Grain    , ' ' ��� ������ ���
cut, Wai i   rool ': ioi     . [>al   .     53   *
,-..:,���..   . .. de sol , box cal     lluch
, ...   .    |    with   pre3s  rive: i ���.
 .-������   3.50
M.-n'., l'i ���. Grain Blucher   Working
Boots    *
[j  ifS Logging   Boots,    consult  us.
PLEASE!
Ladies' Shoes
^   JUL    ^
^1PBE��)
\V . have the k
kind you urant.
\.;: .,, ; ... ,!;,. ||nes of Men's B'lne
Box <''ill a i ;.;.i ���''���."������������ we are selling for   $3.00 and J3.50
The. equal $4.00 and $4.50 shoi a ol
elsewhere.
_Nsk   for        ' Medico"   Box   Call
leather lined, Wa rirroof Baots,
The; are *'.,|" a pair. Good as in;
other $6.00 Bhoe.
We Bupply nearly all the Bo.\    an I
1. ���      ie     ���.:���   country    v Ith    Sno ���
Tin   rea uu  for  this  i;  thai  the    .
: Ind thai  will oui *.. ear the or III
mal es  twice over   hi sides gh ic
the children'    feel  an  air of tloines
and ';.    ||;      ir- tl     appearani ���
The   i.-ic       .ii   oi       Hoys'  arid Girl: '
Shoes are the lowest In the province.
Men's Fine Shoes
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ASK TO SET
THE MANNISH
>ESION FOR WOMEN
This is the store for medium priced
!...,li.  .'   Pine   Slices.
NV. arc establishing a name for the
high qualltj Ladies' Shoes. We sell
for  $3.00   to  $3.50 a   pair.
"Kiiij.i. .. Shoes," $3.00, $3.50 and
$4.00
Marsh "High Merit" Shoes, in Patents, dun Metal and Kid, ai $3,00
and   $3.50.    All   beauties.
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Ki foi  aa ;-.  id -i       .
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For $3.50 an I  $4,   i we
some    beautiful  llm
Shoes,
Everj   young   Pellow   in
wearing our High Merit Pat'
er Hoots, at $4.60 a pair.
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JOHNSTON'S
New Westminster, B.C.
Sign of Bis: Electric Boot
Kranl. Richter. T. de NN'ettiereii,    Bast
Burnaby; W. Knight.
Peirs, Sechel, 5���2nd, J.
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NURSERY AND UKUimWO, ounm->������   *-��'*���'-'
Thft Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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will meet *H>la
tention
rvon
ediate
Sis SIS.
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l^^jTstores���^T. H. SMITH     ���The Cash Stores   I  Q|y f^EWS
EXHIBITION
���. auditor general, and
E.  1!    ,.
the
ment
the . ���
���ir general, were
c.   Fisher,  govern-
'��� rdaj. on  a visit   to
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VISITORS to New Westminster Fair are cordially invited to
make this store their headquarters while in the city. We extend
a special invitation to our mail order patrons to come and make
themselves known to us, as there are many of them whom we only
know through our letter order department.
Big Sale of Women s
Suits, Coats and
Skirts
$40.00 Women's Suits for
$30.00
(~t   In fine unspotable Broadcloth
$27.00 Women's Suits for
$20.00
In all the newest o
: cloths,
chevrons, stripes, etc. ���^
Taken Off
s wire tapestry In Floral and
Block patterns.    Reg.  90c anil
$1.00 per yard, for, 60c per yard
Make and Lay F'ee.
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(-'*'' '���        ���'��� ���:...   cigars  of     exclusive
,"<'���'i, lante,"  made  bj   the
B. C. Ciga   tai orj ** i
('""'. as   been   made   to   the
city police thai an Indian was yesterday ... ,| $28 while taking in
ow- of tin de hows at tbe Provincial ������:��� il .ition Other complaints of
a m<' nature have been made concerning this same tented attraction.
Mi.-    \ la Murcutt, F, R. S. O. S���;
will  n l: ���     ,   most  Interesting  free
lecture. Illustrated by flfty views, on   ]-r*-?r*--.y.-r- ���������>������::   -.   ...  ...-...:.. ...      ... ... .........  ...     ..  ... .������*.;.,..>..;.
Sunda,. Oct, I. at the Opera bouse.
Doors open u 7:..", p.m. Orchestral
music.     I km ���   miss  it. **
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Opposite  Lome Street.      Phone 73.
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Big Bargains in Blankets, 25 p.c. off Regular Prices
ii.,    500 pair of Blankets in  stock,  iu  line  all-wool white  and grey
Prlci from   $'-1.30 to    ���  $-.M
���,:��� ���:..:  (2.50 tO    %7A0
Wexander Broadcloth  Suitings at $1.25 per yard
tores .-.-'ll 'hi*   leautlful  fabric ..*  $1.65 and $1.75 per yard.    Oui   pri.     tor  same,   in ail
...".   j ird    41.25
{Stupendous Values in White and Colored Bed Spreads i
1 iced.    Whit..  He I Sprea Is, dou er pa'
h    "
$1.0i
Lau Sz Ki. a distinguished China-
jman, ani  a  commissioner  appointed
: by   1I1.   lie:..rial  Chinese government
\ to examine into the agricultural, com-'
merclal  ami  Industrial  conditions of
this   country,    and    of    the   United
���States.  ,. ,. n visi-...- ;tt the exhibition
yesterd       n com ,:.nied   by   an   Inter-
. prefer.
The  "J,  .'.  Bruce"  will  run  Bpecial i
I trips during the Provincial fair, leaving Ladner ai 8 a. m., arriving at New
Westminster  10 a. ni.;  leaving  New
NYestn.::.--.;   L0:30, leaving Ladner at
j 1:1)0;   leaving   Xew   Westminster   for
i last trip at 7:30  p.m. ** ,
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A chili'.-, brown leather purse, con- I
I
taining a  small  sum  of money,  was |
��� picked   up at  the exhibition  grounds
i yesterday   by   Fletcher  Shaw,  of  the
city   electric   light staff.    The   purse
! may be obtained by the owner on ap-
i plication tf. the chief of police.
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For cut flowers ior any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
Moving pictures of tbe crowd at the
Cit/'y   market   w^-re taken   yesteirtfay
by a representative of tbe American
i Biograph company.
Land registry   fees    tor    the  past'
j month were    $1999.03    during    the
[month I   September.      Applications '
I for reg tr   ion of deeds were slight-
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GORDONS
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DRY   GOODS   HOUSE
NEW SEPARATE COATS
AND SKIRTS
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Very Nobby Styles in  Close   Fitting
Covert   Cloth   Coats, plain and
stripe effects. Prices 15.00 to 25.00
Gibson Style Plain Rroadclotn  Coat,
in black and navy.   16.50 to 24.00
Handsome  Voile Skirts, navy, cream
and black.          -        12.00 to 18.50
BEST STYLES IN MILLINERY
THE FASHION CENTRE
���*���    :���*���    .���������:
Manufacturer's  Sample Line
,   ��� of an 0 factun arhples enabl the I
-.- cent, under      ...      ces:
Plain  and Fancy   Towels  Half Price
Tile    !.
you That's  the
1 ame   of  th     - min re  on
Satin la;   e ening.    It  :��� lis   1 storj  of
lo. ���, long       mant, ...        ned
��� emstltch  I      -   hand
��� loves
HALF PRICE
HALF PRICE
HALF PRICE
T. H. SMITH'S
Monster Sample
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'iiiiEElP' I IMPORTANT
i_f_.__l      I _Ti.T3rt_3T3llVv
When You Are Sick
JVBl! HSHWE
1   PROM   ANV
'   COUNTRY
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1!|; rERN LINE"
* ��v tn the Yen
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
|Wi;   ^        VESTERM,    LTD.;
1 COMFORT*'?,  andb��tW����
j LUXURY '  ,C0NVEN'ENCE.i
lh tl,.,.. '   'a   lifted   with:
I;,! Vnu��n'nated train in the
k "Dm, T'Ptnent consists of
|����ti0nT  meUt   cars'   -standard
1 "dining"S h,xur/ious *"-�����*
lderi dav ,        "',r* fse"ts free)-
n  ran  on   or   write
Jjv. pARKER<
Wl'W,c. Sea'..e. W__h
Thai .... should hav* the verj best
.:��� 1 ai [on Now, ive are nol doctors,
i- ih, y,,. profess to be It's nol
ai to prescribe, v ������ pre
: mi lng ;..' ir doctor do thai Where
we come in is when ��� < mt the
pre cription Riled,    .    - chan
ue]  -v.   co operate t nl rl        1 a
cu   .   Our    ilut.    Is plain);   to
you  . xactlj   whai   th    d ��
ind ol  -li ���: ���. lalit; , this is 1   en
'.  :. ir    .   in.   di 1 ' " '*���
1.,     it ii  mildly, ib.' dm cho ls
not  honesl  with    the    Blcl. Is   a .ii -
:, .��� to the profesi Ion, We wanl >
till your nexl prescription no mattei
whal doctor writes it. and we ph ' -���'
our honor that you will get a Bquare
deal as to correctness, quality and
price, We have been twenty-five
..ear., in business hero and are willing
to be Judged by our record. If you
iniiioi afford to pay for your, medicine
we will Bupply same free   of charge.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
"THF* <\
mXEMlEM*
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it's -.caeCjOt llll   1
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FOR SALE EY
::.;:,        Ilg    ' I ' :.i .: ���    EOT   illl-
i...    : purpo   - al hi - house in China-
j  tow :i. ,. 1'. le ftial was yest. rl..;  morn-
iii -   -.���::���  down  for  six m    th    with-
the option of a fine.    The girls
-,..     ,���    .nl. :.:-.      ..i\,.   :. -  :..     A   . nn-
vdction of supplying oi'ium to one of
thi   ��� -t.H'ii resulted in an extra month
being tacked on 10 his half year as-
', si-iiiiiK'nt ;Jt  pebble  smashing.
Saturday night's attraction al  the
Opera liouse. "The Devil," is one of
lithe strongesi plays on the road today.
i The  subject  treated  is  01 absorbing
inter, st, and opens up a new Iin.' ol
1 g iint at  in married life.
Knock the  cove;- oft  ;.    ox  ql   "B.
' ������ .' 1 Igars an I try one.   II v .'.'. make
hit."
For : rsl class cui flowers poi plants
..       iquets   telephone    Davis & Son,
Ti :   B20S, **
. lies   0    ::. mp er  In " rhe
,    .          il -���     - ...         :   .     are
a thl . daj world.
S ... u the       ' "���-���
and   >;i
Th ���    "'. _    r.. a di
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A CRATE
The Last of the Season
THE
Public Supply Stores GEV0DpfMS
Columbia  Street.       New   Westminster,  B. C.       Phone 92.
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For    sale���Sevi n    roonii ���'.
room,   panl   ���      1 losi I      woi .1
horse   stall,  can lage   b mse;
fruit  trees; on full lot.    For further
A H.irdman.   A.James   J. McClughan  particulars applj to owner. 192 Elghtt)
1E01I & CO,
PLjUMBING
aodL HlrATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl
c
OQKSLETS
Picture
P^.���Can give you be!Ier value on
spectacles than other... We make a
specialty of this lino
POSTCARDS
AllIO  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
M.' MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE.
J.   G.   GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street.
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THE    DEVIL.
T. Daniel Prawley presents tor the
first time In this city the greatest
New York success. "The Devil." at } la
Opera house tonight.
The story is a very simple, but
Iwlthal natural. "The Devil." through-
lout the three acts, through cunning,
I subtilty an 1 other -machinations, revives the slumbering live of Jolan,
1 the wife, for the ve of her chlld-
I hood, the artist, working out the case
Iin a truly devilish manner, but in one
I of the scenes the woman really out*-
wits him.
The play will be given in a perfect
scenic embellishment, and the production will be high class in every res-
pecjt.
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Let Us Get Together
and talk insurance in a serious way, and I am sure It will mean
money to both of us. .
I have been writing insurance here for ten yers now, and the
companies I represent are ali reliable Canadian companies which
need no eulogies as their records are a splendid evidence of the
business methods and prompt payment of losses.
I cart save you money on your premiums if you give me a
chance, and at the same time will be making a fair profit myself.
Let me quote you a rate on your old and new business.
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ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Telephone 12.
New Weitmimter
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8:00    p.m.���Electric    display
oncerts ln buildings.
and'    Dec. 2.
,The TJori ana the Mouse. |    elected at My montniy or qnarorrwr
:.a.    .-..���.__-_.  TAnA. I   mMtlut.   A. E. White. Sue.
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HOW  FEW THINK JUSTLY
OF THE THINKING FEW.
HOW MANY NEVER THINK AT
ALL,  WHO THINK THEY  DO.
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Cannas, 12 plants, in bloom���1, Jas. There are three-fourths of the J
Muirhead;  2.  S,  G\   Tidy. human  race  who need  arousing and ���
Heliotrope, 2���1. Davies & Sous; 2,! being shocked into a self-conscious- ^
^   <;   Udy, I ness of strcn;.:h  and    ability,    conli-   ���
Shower bouquet���Simpson Wright, dence and determination, not only In ��
Vancouver; Davies & Sons; S.G, Tidy., lacing  the question of business   and %
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Bridal bouquet���Davies -ft Sons;  S.
uccess, bul  in all other problems in ���
life.   Tbe ninn who gives such people ���     t��*<>***1>**>************t<**'
G.  Tidy.
some of his own positive, optimistic >
Basket  of flowers,   I2x8-Davies &   personality   ,s   giviug   them strength ���
S-us:   S.  G, Tidy;   Stride &  Sons.         j^ ..... .^   , ,l)1VL,,,hlL, lniuion. .,���., |
Two sprays   for   ladies���Davies     &   uliliions  0j   brain centre's,   lying  dor- *
Sons;   Sim;.son   &   Wright:   Si ride   fi   munt  and  unused,  Into action  and  in- %
Sons.     ���                                                creased function. *
Three  buttonholes  tor gentlemen���     The trouble ts tnat the majority of ���
F   i. Wright, Central Paris.; S. G.Tidy;   people do no',  recognize their powers, ��
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Stride & Sons.                                       abilities and trends'and have no con }
Cross,   20-inch   flame--S.   G,   Tidy;  fldehce ln thi laient potentialities dor *
Daviei   &   Sons;   Stride & Sons.          ��� nnnit and umis.'j within th em.   Anew ���
Wreath,   IS-inch   frame-Davies   & self-fconsciouBness needs to be awak- ���
lened;   they  m-ed  to he aroused  trom T
a torpor of mental loafing. T
ll' your life has been full of tips and ���
Sous:   S. G. Tidy:   Stride &  Sons.
Funeral design, other than cross or
wreath,   24-lnch   frame���S.   (!.  Tidy-
Si ride  fi   Sons;   Davies  ii   Sons.
pink���I,   Davies   &
downs; il you have failed in your un- *
dertakings; If life has meant nothing *
but a continual grind, with no better-  ���
Carnations,
Sons. ment, no progress, no up-llft, If every- *
Carnation -   white    I,   Davies  &   thing    e-ems i>. go  wrong,  then ii   is ,3,
Suns. time for i*ou to know the reason wh; J
Carnations, 12   crimson    I,   Davies and remedy,   All of us are more   or ���
$  Sons. li'** governed b)  our own view poinl ���
Carnations, L2    ancj    l.   Davies &  ���'"' ";   """ *'';      '   little (           ' *
Sons.
sires, ambitions, md efforl .   cons. J
quently we  ml i   Issues   that   do J
uoi  i om . v- ith ;. our rang,   and with ���
that some of iii a greatest  posslbili *
Swi ei   peas,   12   , arli ties, in bloom
���Simpson &  Wright.
Collection   sweet     peas   Stride    .V-   ;j ,      , ,.  fl ,.;.   ,(IU   .lU(l    (.(,  hov,   ^
Sons;   Havi"- ,y- Sons. [many  reallj   ca itble men are tied to
Show dahlias. 12    S G, Tidy; Stride   the blight  ol        --      mediocre    with
&   Sons, nothing bettei In view than   a   con-
Cactus    dahlias,   12 -S.   (1.   Tidy;   tlnual  grind,    Micawber-like    waiting  ^
Stride .V  Sons. for something to    turn    up.    Mr.  Si.  J
Pompon dahlias, u    Stride & Sons; |Albans   is   particularly   lined  to  help,*
���   q   ij.|jv just such  men.    His experience with
...        . ,   , , ,. ,        men  and  means  is an  extensive one:
Collection ol named dahlias, not to
exceed 50  varieties, one  bloom  each,
of   the   four   preceding  class,',    to be j
represented���Stride .���.- Sons.
Pol   plants  (for amateurs only): .^ mode q( ;i,(.,.,,u,,.e ,g bag^    m ft,
liesi   12  plants, in   bloom���Mrs,  W.  scientific principle and  the result    is
W.   Draper,   city;   M.   A.  Mathewson,  certaln.    In giving readings it is not
city. his aim to cajole you with eniertain-
:-i._   fuchsias,   :',   .-ingle, 3   double��� ing  tales of  Impossible  success,   but
Mrs, Draper. to give you truthful and accurate ad-1
Specimen fuchsia���Mrs. Draper, vice- "" matter whether it pleases or
Six geraniums in  bloom, 3 single, 3 displeases yon; the Truth is the thing.
It Will Become
Intelligence to
Investigate;
Without Investiga- ��� f
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Investigation will streng
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Tailors  of   tried    > spei leni -
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We have no difficulty In flttin \
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and his  in.-:hi..!* are above-board and
sincere.      He    makes    no    claims
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double���Mrs.   Draper,
s . .im.n geranium  -Mrs. Draper.
I. \   geranium,   in   bloom.     J    Mrs.
Draper.
Notice
Parlors so arranged that you will
in. . 1 no other callers. 1 lours from
ten to nine p.m.
Edward St. Albans, Palmist and
Psychic, llot.l Russell, parlor and re-
Sl-eci'mm   plant,  any   variety    Mrs. lptlon r00m upstalr8.    Side entrance
���",l|K''- j on Carnarvon street.
('..lb .lion   foliage   plants.    1'.'-  Mrs.   _	
Drain r;   M.  A.  Mathewson.
Collection  cact i    Mrs,   Draper.
Cut   Flowi rs  1 amateur 1.
II'-: collection marigolds Mrs.Drain r; Alice Booth, city; P. \V, K.an.s.
Vancouver,
Best collection phlox Drummondl���
Mrs. Draper, W. A. baehwood-.Iones,
city;  P. \V. Evans.
Besl collection Dianthus Mrs. Geo,
Cairns, city,
Besl collection zinnias- Mrs. Draper.
Ib st collection panstes- Mrs. Ver-
rv. city; Mrs. Draper; .1 A. Skinner.
Fraser Farm.
Hist collection stocks���2, p. w. Evans.
six roses���Mrs. Draper; M:>. a. m.
Pashley, citj;   Alice Booth,
Twelve cactus dahlias Mrs, Drain i*.
K.si collection verbenas 1'. w. Evans,
Host collection annuals Mrs, _Geo.
Cairns;   P.  \Y.  lOvans;   Mrs. Draper.
Besl collection gladioli    M.  A.  Mathewson;   Mrs,  A.   Pashley,   Dewflnej
Mis.   Draper.
li.s; collection sweet peas- K. A.
Wilson;   P.   W.   Hvans.
Bi si display asters - Mrs. \v. u.
Gilley,   cil > ;    Mrs.   A.   pashley.
Besi displflj sweet peas K. A, Wil-
non;  Mi -. .!. Ni'dml, city; Alka   Booth.
lie--' di ! 1 1.. llasturl nun ��� M rs. M,
Sinclair,  . ,: j ,   .'.!.   K   WII un,  cli y.
Besl     1 illuction     astei      Mrs,     A.
Notice is hereby given that tbe Vancouver  Power  company,   Limited,  has
this day deposited in the Laud Regis- j
try Office at  the City  of New  West-1
minster,   British   Columbia,   the   plan'
and  hook of reference of the West- '���
mlnster-Chllllwack Railway Extension
' from a point at or near lots one and :
'two,   city  block   four   in   the  City   of
1 New Westminster, to Abbotsford pass-
jing through    the    Municipalities    of
Surrey, Delta,   Langley,   Matsqui   and i
i the  townsite  of   Abbotsford   in     the
District  of  New   Westminster,   being
section   one,  two   and   three  of  said ;
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief.
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
ihe Province of British Columbia.
Dated this Tth day pt August. A.  I).
, 1908.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor for ihe Vancouver Power
Company Limited.
AH OF NEW WESTMINSTER
RE   VOTERS*   LIST.
Nl ITICE      is    herein     _ i\i 11    tha      .1
Court   will     .���   held   pursuani   to  the
Voters'   i.i 1   Clauses   of   "N'ew   West
lwln-9-9
t*_i_.>tti_M__*.1i*__i_&<_^
MEETING
minster   Act,    8   i,
and     _lll  nd ir-
Pashli . .   Isabel!   Phlllipi .   .
Skinner,   Frasi r   Ann. '   ilV     lli;   l!n:,,i:   '''���   vv    "" ' '
Sp, rial   |,r /. 1.   pre::, nted   li>    VI     sis JudKe o( ;l"   ''    :'']U   v,,un   ���"  the law
Weiler Bros., .vholesale'furnlturi  deal pourls  ln  lhla  CM>'. " '   Monday,   the
Victoria; "'''1| l';l-v (i1 October, 1908, al 10 o'clock
For tl ,     .-   collection of Una 1 doz H' '"������ "�� hear ;'!l() determine such ap-
en dahlias, no two alike, and d   I Mentions   of   which   due   notice   has
from  ..Una   1 ntries, o|ien  to all.   One '" ""  Blven.
.���as.   chair,   value $V)    Mrs.   \\    lira AH   persons   having   business   with
per, ihe Courl   are  required  to attend  al
Special prize  presented by the Dor the said  time and  place.    By order,
bam  Rubber Co., Seattle, Wash : yy   ^   Dl'NCW
For the best "xDii.it of cul  (lowers, (.jty ru...k .|M;| ,'.,,,v]. o��*sala court. |
..pen to all:   Fiftj   feel of 3-_  Inch .".- X(,w  vVesmlnster, Sept. 22, 1908.
ply    Whirlpool"   rubber   hose,    value ,	
$6���Mr-,,  W.   Draper. PROFESSIONAL.
Speela!   pri'.e.   presellli'd   liy   A,   Bfil     ~-~-  -, __a^.^a^^~^.
1           '           ' A   WHEALLER,    Il.VRRISTKR,   SO-
ncll  &  Co,,   roronto,  ont.; tjk
For ihe l.est six varietl
OF LIBERALS
Will be held at the Liberal Club,
New Westminster, on
SATURDAY NIGHT
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AT 8 P.MB
When final arrangements for the
campaign will be made.
t The kind of clothing we sell is tlie kird .
j wins favor with the best dressed men in New West-
? minster and district.    We show the late-  styles
? whatever is intended to win an intelligenl tra
T Business has'nt drifted our way blindly.   < .ur Fa-
-i- shion Craft Suits and Overcoats possess all tin
!j. distinctions which go with fine tailoring, with I
I added advantage of being ready for immediate
*�� use, less in cost, and better than anything
? ready-to-wear.   Take for granted we havi
'��. ever is worth your while in
f
4�� Conservative  Styles for Elderly Men
jr Nobby  Styles for Young Men
T Attractive Styles for Boys
%. Exclusive  Styles for  Children
We think every man and boy should wear i
kind of clothing, because we know, as the public
cannot know, how splendidly it is made. Different
% entirely from the common hum-drum sorts t
which you've been accustomed. If you want something really distinctive in a Fall Suit or Overcoa.
this is your store.
REID & CO.
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f   Successor to H. L. De Beck
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.T.aT���*..^..!..*;^'..!..]. ,!..��..j..;..j..'..t..r..j..j.   ���J..!.��!.��?..t~J..J.....2- ���',������',-,"."."? ' ' ' 'I
Robert Jardine the Liberal
Candidate will be Present.
You'll B��- Stuck
On   Oar OmenM
u ..  ,   you  -.
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Willi)       l'i
which we 1
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GILLEY BROS
LIMITED
[ARTIN &  McQUARRIE,   I'.AHIUS-    *tir
lem, Bollcitora, etc.   Offices, Neiv ' *��
, lienor,   etc:.,     42   Lome  Street,. M
six e:icii, 1*9. ...
ah:   pens,   ilisiinei   from   oilier   en   ^/ j >,,���',"',",,., ""*'''   ' CW     es "'���"'   Westminster, Trapp    Block,    corn 1 | corner     Columbia     and     McKenzie
'       "' Clarkson and Iiorne streets.
F.  HANSFORD.    Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
tries: "The  Life ol' Sir John  A.   Mac
donald"   (two   volumes),     and   "Th
l.iie  ..:'  Alexander   MacKenzie"   (on
volume), value i"1   B\ ���<��� Wright, Cen   C
trai  Park. ��
streets, New Westminster, B. 0.
niHITESIDK   ,..���   EDMONDS, RarrH-        ~ ~ ��� | 	
'v   tera and solicitors, Blaokle Ulk.,, (7 l';oHr'1'* K- MARTIN, Barrister anC   W, MYERS GRAY, Barrister Solicitor am_4   Vnl_-_r>��%    aH'.*....
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W.J. Whites,ie. ii, ,.. Edmonds.           ulnater, B. C.                           '        | Box ICO.   'i '��� : ;' . -   .;i.               , {or CONRAD, CARCROSS. AT
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
LIW,
J.Newsome&$onSl
Painters and  D*��**
Estimate!
399 Sixth A vent
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Stu Westm
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Pears, Sechel,  5���2nd, J.  A.  Coat-  and 'J.
lit', under 6 months
Junior heifer, under    is months'
Inverholm, i; .(. Tamhollne  2
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.   \
twri o.aim dim -"        te at-
Wl��� meet with   *^^
! I    tention. .*TU
IROAV
OCT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE astilVEN
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SLAUGHTER SALE
  ������af--��Tl����- �������������������________���______W���""^ *^ "*'* "^
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and RET,AIL
CHURCH
SERVICES
OF   10-INCH
COLUMBIA RECORDS
COLUMBIA
STREET
PKone 101
PW 101
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__________________________________
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
(RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
lunches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, au.l   lu   Loudon,   England,
New York, Chicago aud  Spoaane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen?
I    eral Banking Bualneaa Transact��d.
Utters of Credit isiiidd, available will, correspondents in all nart�� ot the
World.
linings Bank Department.     Depoalu received In sums of Jl and upwards,
an.l Interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate)  added
(our times a year.
|te Asiets over $1 .K,000,000.00.
\''*\V WESTMINSTER BRANCH fi. D. BRYMNER.  Manf.t.��'
What shall you do with
your idle money.
All new and the very
latest.
Anything in our store,
nothing reserved.
This is a chance of a
lifetime to get a stock
of new records at very
little cost.
*
This sale will last all
Exhibition week, over
4000 records to choose
from.
Come early while the
selection is good.
75c. Records
Sale Price 50c.
to give
ihi
quer
OUrS    '1
llttl.
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��� ��*i>,e*ty ot ^rtunWes rorS*tw^
.     ���.,..   returns:   but   the.   are  tor   he  man
I   -.   lose    who has -none-, to spend,
I.       romise   sudden   ^   ''"" ��Tl  Z
disappointment, bul  the determined, system
i, |  dep     ting of small amounts In
J. H. Todd's Music House
. 1    _-.!    -II- I.
Burr Block, 351 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
And Chilliwack
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ROYAL BANK </CANADA        Transfer to.       ���      if   MARKET
-���  i ..Westminster..     ,��     REPORT
Iron  Works
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(Changes for thl.-. column must be
left nt, or telephoned u<. this office by
'���> p.m. oa Fridays The omission ot
any church notice trom thu column
Indicates that.no copy has bean turned
in by the [.astor or other resiionsible
1 party.)
Sunday.  October 4.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Hev. \V. H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday  school and Bible classes    at
12:30 p. ni.   Missionary day: The Rev.
.1. E. Mavvty, of Montreal, will preach
in th.' morning,    and    the Revs. Dr.
Steel, of New Brunswick, and Thompson Ferrler, of Brandou. will address
| a platform meeting in the evening.
OLIVET    BAPTIST���Rev.    M.    L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor.    Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 2:',50 p.
in.      Mid-week     prayer. meeting   ou
Wednesday   at   8  o'clock.     Morning:
"The   Lost   Sheep;"   evening,   "Haif-
bakfd   People."    At. t.i'.' close of  the
morning sermon th" ch'irch will celebrate the Lord's Supper.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
��� Rev.  J.  S.  Henderson,    pastor.    Ser-
I vices 11 a.m. and    7    p.m.    Sabbath
j school and Bible clas.. 2:30 p.m.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. F.
A. Magee, pastor.   Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m.   Class meeting   at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m;   Epworth
League Monday   at   8   p.m.;    prayer
meeting Wednesday at s p. m.
Rev. Dr. Woodworth, senior superintendent ot* iuis-iions. will preach in
I the morning.    Rev. A. Hocker, B.  A..
under  appointment  as  missionary  to
West  Africa, will preach in the eve-
i ning.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Sapperton���Rev. E (.'.. Thompson. M.
A., pastor. Public worship, morning,
11 a.m.; evening. 7 p.m. Sabbath
si-hoo', and Bible cl.ass 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7 :'���','..    Y. P. S. C. E. Monday at 8
p. m.
(No subjects received.)
SAPPERTON METHOD'.oT ��� Rev.
L.   Thomas,  pastor.    Services  at    11
a.m. and 7 p.m.
(No subject- received.)
#.     ST.  PAUL'S REFORMED  EPISO-
;�� I PAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Sei-
^^^^^^^^ 1   ^^^^m     Total Assets
Capital and R***ru* '""'ife'S' *t47 400,000
$8,290,000 f^Tes
Janno* fail  to  bring  ultimate  success. One dollar  makes
the  start.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
DO IT NOW���DON'T DEI.A\.
-.Westminster Branch.      F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
INTEREST   ADDED   FOUR  TIMES  A YEAR.
HOME   SAVINGS BANKS, in large, medium and
. f; -nlshed on application.
mall
offlCe 'Pnone i?a.     Bam 'Phone 13? i
Columbia  Street-
Qagg-a-ge   delivered   promptly   to
any part or tne city.
i light and Heavy Hauling
' OFFICE-TRAM  DEPOT.
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers o*
Wrought   Iron   Gates,  Kences,   Castings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
l;.*:j*c*r*J;***+*-*- �����*���*���#���*���
There was a very good market yesterday, many coming Into town to
take in the Pair, and the sale* in th.
#\ vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.   Holy Coni-
& \ munion tirst Sunda;   iu the mouth at-
S ter morning service.   Prayer meeting
on Thursdays at 7*. 30 p.m.
(No subjects received.)
COLL1NOWOOD      METHODIST -
Services at U a.m. and 7:30 P.m.. Sun-
COAL
HENLEY
6Mi.���. m..m��.w.j*..- H-J3-;
ring were very satisfactory The s.ip- day school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
ply of meat and tish was good, prices Tuesday S p.m. Dundonald school
falling for beef, aud mutton and lamb house; E
I Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
'Phone   105.
I. '\mm\. FOOT OF SIXTH. *  * NEW Wl
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
j     hertfeA Water?
I     Family  trade a specialty.
>      ,    ... orr,<_e   Eight street
Tel.   .'���"'��� -.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   p-   C.
erai _i*��.ii<hc www..-.
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   ���   NewWestminster
��H"M"H*-.
*   ��� ***
Accommodatio n
Wanted!
-���
To accommodate all the guesl
during  Exhihi ion
J.
M-uiiif, ,^    The demand for veal
was good, hut about an average demand for pork. Prices of egg< advanced, owing to short offerings. All
the chicken., on the. market changed
hands readily, while the poultry was
.iho  in good  demand.
As usual many brollei vera oifer-
ed, and ali sold according ru size and
condition. Of duck.-, there was a fair
offering, the demand being satisfactory. Fruit, chiefly apple reached
: ih.. market in large quan i . I
..'.   ��� , ���.'      ...
gl    ':i for use.    Th,-   I ii   oi l was aiod-
��� ������';���. good,   r .....      ;������ i- .1 a,,  ���    i- Sand, pastor
,..._ ^*****
they I "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
[No sub]   '        ��� Ived.)
house; Service at 2 p.m. and   Sunday
school at 3 p.m.   Rev V."  Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
(No subjects received.>
l!l*RNAL.V MISSION���Pastor, H.
W. W. Bromwieh. East. Burnaby. Services as follows; East Burnaby, Sunday school at two o'clock; preaching
service at 3 p.m ; young people's service, at 7:Si) p.m.*. Thursday, prayer
service at 8 p.m. West Burnaby.
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30.
(N'o subject - ' e elved.)
Ll'THl-lUAN CHURCH���Rev. B. A.
;. o. o. F.
at  H a. m   in       ���'  >'*
n.
i���-- -.��-	
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
 -__.. ..stn-Tl
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Doors,
Manufacturer, and Dca���r, tn Alt Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sa*h,
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
t
i
It
-i-
.,��
*
1
*
i
If
 [.THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
U9 means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PR1CF.S ARE RIGHT
Bates on work of any des
cvlptlon or auantlty  Quoted
on application,
<u  ��� lh'' city   ^	
I time, i* is desired that all household-, ttfuli an(
���   ... ���   ol'f.-r   acconiiiiodai'.on ^H ��� ��� ,,.,es 1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���    ���       rates   wlll   leave   theii   a   ln ,,,, iu ,.   , , MtSsiON   will conduct
! ���ii--st-n   ,.   r   -   -;T.;'.r.,'.' ���rrr;
Chairman of Billeting Committee. Ipal medluD1,  , a,        -       ,,   u,   ... ���      - a      ^^
Ic   hog    dressed. S    ' -'-   -'""*' '
'ian. perdo2en,  15c:    ^. wholesale N _____
40c;   L-uttei, will. ** *V?*_���' \ J ,oud���. I  In the  S,   k.  barracks
^^^^^^^ .         J.    follows:        am.  an����
ens,perdo8.>��5tc'*e.50;hrolle��per
doz.. *4 i-O -IB: ��uaW. ^ df' *8��
$8.60; apples,  per  box,  80c  to ��1.
pears,  per box, 75c to $l '
,���.,. ton, $12 to $13.
. Saturday night at j	
AltMV���Service;
will
AT THE
.wl, per
���**-
*
f
T
�����*.*.       a.  ** *���
Colonial Hotel
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
-r     New Wc:tminster. Phone 388
 . j|      Exhibition  Program
Under New Management
BEST 25c. MEAL  IN  THE CITY
Union Labor   White Help Only
J. E. Robbins, Manager
,7.50 to S8.50:  <*!<*-^  ^^  ��� folloW!
dri,ll' fila.m.. Sunday school; Ll a.m.,
Si- 3 ,ui��.. praise; 7:30 p. m..
.SSI meeting, a cordial Invlta-
POtat��e* kn is extended to all. Sunday eve-
��� ,. will be "Exh.hItlon and
I ning suhjeet  WUI  I't
lt_  Result."
FREK     M,THODIST.-W.��:    hold
Bervlces In the Hardin-.,  Hall, at W
^ m��� 2:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.   l-H.
i Marsh, speak.
OPERA   HOUSE BOOKINGS.
Telephone 12.
New Westmin-16'
"The Milwaukee"
Chcago,   Short l*WT ^^m
;    Chicago. "South    west
j    ��-.��..�� Citv to Chicago-
| ��� ir     .\r-vF.UTisi*--     -��
!     TH6      0r.,NLV      NEWS
Today.
10:30 a.m���Indian lacrosse match.
1:00 p.m.���Stock parade.
2:00 p.m.���Horse  jumping oompetl-
tlon.
3:30 p.m.���lacrosse match���Capitals vs, New Westminster.
8:00 p.m.���Electric display and
mcerta ln buildings.
October 3���The Devil.
Oct. 8.���Knight for a Day.
Oct. 14���Flaming Arrow.
Oct. la.���Honeymooncrs.
Oct. 16.���The Jefferson Boys.
Oct. 27.���Holy   City.
Oct. 29.-Just Out of College.
Nov. 4.Too Proud to Beg.
Nov   iS���Montana  Limited.
Nov   is.-lllp Hip Hooray.
Nov,  20.���Willard  MacU.
Nov. 26���The New Dominion.
*Dec   i._Fun on Broadway.
Dec   2,-VThe Uon and the Mouse
Dec. 3-Uttle Johnny Jop^
90ARD  O," TRADE.���N'ew  "Westminster i.oitrd oUTrade    meets lir the
no.ird Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third   Thursday   ot   each   month.
Quarterly   meetings   on   the   thlrfl
Thursday    of    February,   May,
( August and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. New
members may be proposed tad
elected at eay monthly or quarterly-
A. B. White. Set
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"PAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAILY   NEW8.
SATURDAY, ocT
GOOD  REASONS
Why You Should Buy The GREAT MAJESTIC
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
MALLEABLE  AND CHARCOAL IRON RANGE
Lasts Longer, Meats More Water, Heats it
Quicker,   Uses  Less   Fuel,   Bakes   Better,
And gives better general satisfaction thnn any other
range on the market.
If you will call at our store, we will prove these facts to you.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
There's no reason why you
should buy "cheap1 imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more -   is  absolutely  pure ��� and
goes farther.    Gel  WINDSOR.
183 W
SIM!:IV TO STRENGTHEN
HMD OF CONTKOI.
' ('ontinued Irom Page Four.)
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the  best  quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Notice
We, the undersigned clothing  merchants of New Westminster, agree fo
close our places of business on Saturday al'i.'rn..on. Oct.    :;,    bet ..een    the
I hours of :'��� p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
ran.   V.     II.   \IcDoi) lld.
Ladni      ;. ...  i-.in .ree, I��. .Main-,
cry. a. ii   Paterson, 11. M. Vasey, W.
.1.  Brandrlth.
Ladysmith Ales McMutrie, K. VY.
Hawes.
Laugh ..  -John   Smith,   (Jeo.   hii
ter, .1. w. Be ry, \V. J, Mcintosh, \\ m
McA.iaiii. Jas, McAdam.
Lillooet    John   Dunlop,  A.   l^ochore.
Lytton    F. G,   Karl.
Maple Ridge- ll. Ferguson, John
Laity,   I-'.   V.   Harris,
Matsqui A Cruickshanks, h. i'
Page.
Mission    I     A,    Qatherwoi :.    M
Beckenham.
Mount Lehman VV, Merryfleld, .1.
A,  Moi i son.
Nanaimo Mayor Planta, <;. C, Stevens, C.   Mottieshaw.
Nelson .las. McFe. . Mr. Busk, Ja .
.I..bust.ni.'.
Nori b   Vancouvi i   -Wm,   Morden.
Penticton- L. VY.  Shatford,  M.I. A.
Richmond���vv. v.. Buckingham, Jas.
Tin mnson,  .las.   Tutl le,   ite.'v.-   Hum,
.las.   McCulloch,   .1.   M.  Steves,   Tho
Laing,
Rossland    .1.   S.  C.   Fraser.
i    S'.ianie.i--K.   Turgoose,   Geo.   San
ster, T. \V. Paterson, F. (;. Quick.
Salmon Ann���John McGulre and L
llauiiiiiu.
Shuswap���G, Huffman and <*,. Co!-
borne.
Slocan���John Tarry.
South Nanaimo���J,  Stewart.
Si llth Vancouver���.\. Dalim, K. C.
Hodgson,  R.  McBride  Robinson.
Spence's Bridge���A. Clemes.
Sumas���A. .1. Street, j. A.  Evans.
Surrey���H, T. Lawrence, H. T.
Thrift, F. .1. Coulthaxd, H. Bose, J. ll.
Lovey, and C. Burton Mackenzie.
Vernon���W. C. Ricardo, Price Elll-
M. J, PHILLIPS,
REID at  CO.
.1. E. BROWN & CO.,
son. M.L.A., S. I>. French, M. S. MM
, dleton, .1. T. Bardolph,
Westham  Island���F.  Kirkland. Jos
.   '. Tamboullne.
THE ACME CLOTHING Co., Ld       whitehorse���Percy Peele.
CHARLES S. RICHMOND, Kaslo���Wm,   Cockle.
havi-*. GROSSMAN, Porl   Moody���Mr. Cote.
Edmonton���Thos,   lialy.
New Westminster, B.C., Oct, _!. 1908.       strathcona���.1. Porte.
Calgary���John   A.  Turner.
tr       ADVERTISE      -at
��� IN ���
THE      DAILV      NEWS
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
���William Jennings Bryan
WE WANT
 EVERYBODY	
to know that the place to buy, either  for speculation,  or  a.   Five
Acre Home, where you get all City Facilities is
QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER   FRONTAGE 30IL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
PLANKED ROADS INDUSTRIAL  SITES
DITCHED LAND ALL CITY  FACILITIES.
Call ami get our Price Llsl  al  once, as this means dollurs to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Next   Year's   Date.
A long discussion took place on the
date  of  next year's exhibition, ..wing
to tin- Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exuihitioni
having   taken     the   week   wli.'ti     the ;
Westminster   show   should     be   held, j
and this means the loss of the stockmen w.io can only patronize one place!
at a time.   The stock breeders united |
in asking for the date to be set earlier tha nVIctorla or the Seattle exposition, but the fruit growers absolutely declined to listen to the proposal,
staling  that  ilu- fruit could not. possibly be ready before the end of September.
Ultimately as the meeting was fast.
thinning, ii was left wiih ihe presi-
deni and manager. Committees were
appointed  to revise the prize lists.
CHULERA DEATHS AGAIN
INCREASE IN RUSSIA
Telephones   88 -1 09
St. r> ��� ��� ��� ��� linrg, Oct. -.    For i wenly-
ii.ur  hours (tiding al   noon  todaj   tlie
municipal   hospitals   reported   lhe  ail-!
mission  ui' ::.'.,  new cases of cholera
and   98   deaths.     The   con espon ling
I statiatlcs  for ye lerda*.   Were 22H  new
j cases  an.I   '.i'i  deaths,
�� ������ .*���*���#���#���*.���#���#���#��� *+#*#*>%*#* ;:-���.:-���.:-���.;-���-;:������.:.���:::-���::.������:.:
: Electric Railway Service;
�� lnterurban   Line.
4, Cars   for  Vancouver  and    war
��� stations  will  run  every half's
��� hour   from   Ti:.r,il  a. in.     Last
��� tar leaves at 11  p.  m.
% (Last .ar Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
��� �����
m Cars   leave  the   depot    every
��� twenty mfciutes for both Bap-
4, perton and city limits over the
2 cits line.
City Line; Cars leave tram *
office on the hour, twenty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- ���
ter, commencing at t_:20 a. m. *
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ,,���
at ten minutes after the hour, J
half jiast and fifty mtautefl after ���
the hour, commencing at i.::io ���
a. tn, ��
8und,,y  Service   hair-nourly  be- ��
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
M
British Colurnbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
*..���*,,��� -.;���.:���;;.���:;:������.;:.���:;������;;.���*:.���.:*-j*.,*..���..���.:*r***y*..:* ���*?.*��������� K*#*#*
ELSIE   HERBERT.
She   sings   sweetly  |n   "Knight   for
Day."
3 nod
CLOTHI
OF THE BEST QUALITY
When a customer buys an article of clothi e or
she wishes something' that will give them satisfaction in every particular. It must be stylist;, well
made and of good quality. Our clothing for ladies,
misses and children has these required chara
tics. We do not buy inferior brands, but procure
the best and sell the same at prices less than
pay elsewhere.
Reynier's Kid
Gloves
tftMlO PR!X; PAR?S
/fl
<%
REV.���   .
**������ ' I u
Th..- facl that a glove is made by Reynier is considered ample guarantee  thai   li
factory,    We are sole agents for this well known make of gloves.   Note the varietj
let your nexl gloves be Reynler's.
Suzette, 2 clasp Glace, the besl glace glove procurable, beautiful, soft finish. Tans and browns
inly.    Per pair       $2.00
Bonneval, a 2-clasp glace kid glove, a lin>- which
we have handled for years, shown in shade., of
Uavy, green, grey, cardinal, tan. brown, mode, black
and  while, Sizes 5%   to V-j. per pair  $1.75
Sua, a 2-clasp glove, glace finish, shown In shades
.if    grey,   brown,  black and white,  per  pair   ..$1.50
Leila, a, 2-clasp glove, glace finish, brown and
black only. A special glove at a special price, per
pair    $1.25
Sita.   l -clasp pique sew a, glai ���
per pair    512:
Reynier    hand  sewn.   Sue le,  a   higl
��� very   reBpect, In facl  the besl  mad.
grey,  tan, and black, per pair .. $2.00
Heavy  Oape Kid Gloves, tan only, 1-cla
glove   with   great  wearing qualities,    ��� ��' :.c
12 button length, Cape Kid. tan onl.\ ��� ���-������.
1^ button length, Slta, gl n ������ kid, In ian
white, all siz. s, per    uir     '���- '-
silk   Lined    Mocha,    a   fine  warm
weight,   grey umi tan only, per pair
$1.7:
Hoys' tan Cape Kid Gloves, per pair . ,90c and Mc
Ladies' Cheviot
Coats
Special Value for $13.75
Three-quarter length and material In a diagonal
cheviot, all wool, a most serviceable wearing fabric. Colors are navy, brown, draw grey and black. Blacks are
semi and loose fitting; yoke is lined with serge lining
and sennis ine bound throughout; collar is of same material with stitching on velvet ns trimming; cuffs are
"nn Lack style with braid and ornament trimming; pock-
ei.- are made with fancy trimmed Maps. Only a limited
number of thla Bpecial line; all sizes, 32 upwards. Our
special price, each    $13.75
Heavy Rajah
Silk
New Showing of
Ladies' Kimonas
Pure silk. ..| extrp heavy weight, tor winter wear,
new shadings of reseda, navy, Alice blue, pink,
sky, grey, cream, tuscan, black and whim, per
yard    $1-00 I   Each
The  besi   value ami the nlci bI bIj le    '
shown,  they are   made of   American   "'''i'"
In   a   variety of  Coloring.       We   are   now   i
some   15   styles   in   both   Bhorl   and     Ion-
.$1.00  to $5.00 I
, ii- -
W. S. Collister & C
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