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Greater Prosperity!
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VOie Torjaruiue dim
30 Feet to the Gulf
WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONDAY  MORNING. OCTOBER 26,   :
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
V.
four Duty by
the Old Town
and
)te for Jardine
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SIR   WILFRID   LAURIER
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...   |   tO    ll  . ���
ELECTORS!
Vote for
Increased.
Progress
and Prosperity
and
From Experience in other Elections we are compelled to warn the Electorate
against the eleventh hour roorbachs that will be circulated in the hope of
winning this constituency and placing us in the Opposition to the Liberal
Government, lhat the Laurier Administration will go back to power is now conceded and the most the Tories now
hope foi'is to reduce the Liberal majority in the House. This being the case, the Electorate should be especially
apprehensive ot any wild stories that are so framed as to have on their face the appearance of truth. We believe
such statements are prepared for circulation today, especially when Premier McBride descended to the tactics used
by his Attorney-General at a previous election, by reading roorbach statements published in a foreign journal, the
"Seattle P. I., with reference to the coming of hordes of Japanese to this country and the passage of them across
the American Boundary by the Immigration Inspector, Mr. W. J. Corbett. Mr. McBride must have been very short
oi argument against the Liberals when he descended to this low and worn out method of influencing the Electorate
because he knows, or ought to know, that immigrants of anv class are not allowed entrance into Canada unless they
come direct from the land of their birth. With respect to Japanese, the compact made with the Government of
Japa;_ by the Dominion Government is working out well and the small limit set by it does not appear likely of being
reached and Mr. McBride's roorbach fails of its mission. To the Electorate, we say, "Beware of any and every lie
circulated in the hope of influencing your support which the Tories find they cannot purchase." "Be true to your
country, to your homes, yourselves, and the o*reat partv of progression and expansion, and vote for Jardine,
tne Liberal Party and its great leader, Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
LET PR
OS
.!
ffllY HUM,
RN LAURIER 10 POWER
POLITICAL IRUSFi
A-:
tf!
,.iii<    -.     tun        ank  th,. Creator for raising    up   a
,-    ,,;,    u ,|       ii,, |mau   >-iih forethought  and  power   of
,,, llreciIon,  _. lm    nestled    around   him
i a.     tn,.... : 11.
io  .um   In   ill
HE ELECTORS
un ti ��lm could au! him, t_> their sound
judgment, to light the dark sullen
pull ul il.-;ir, M-iim and want. Into
bright vitalized activity and plenty.
The land pulsating aa it does with
such life cannoi afford to tain' any
risk of returning to ihr nhi conditions
Wi- might take a brighter view of the
possible conditions undi r Torj regime
were it nol for the facl that onl) the
a : happy. lis b>- worst elenieni of lhe "'l Torj part)
i [la  v ,n   ia, '   is   lefl   and   is  iti  the   forefroni   nov.
.   i sod into   '    .
'  thi   c mntry's   affairs,
'..iiuiii-iii.   Those
- hods   have    broug it
. '    that  nf i-xii-iii
paiiiihii: of our comma ... thc ��ehole
LIBERAL CANDIDATE SOLID
THROUGHOUT LHE DISTRICT
dispersing    the
������������    r, and puttln _
in their    plnco
���   n    -  in    Hi
��� n   ; r.uistiii mod   i.'   i
an i aci i-i'.-  lhal
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��� . '   il .  waii Ini   a
���'H    iliU    prosperous
'   'iti-  whole   Dominion,
"Nl conditions wen '
ntlon    and    unrest,
I '"��� i "Hunan i nf the
. "Iltilllll.il    I', 'I
tu laint,. I,, labor ai
ti- ���   av rt) from homo,
���    .��� hli li i: evei ,
due,    lhe    a Boltite
a. an lai     value of
ocli
II      ;.      I .
hoiiiP.it     ;
The  termer cannoi   afford  to  let   his
: ,i ���., alai depai inn ut. that <>i agrlcul
ture, n" back into   lhe    hand -   of   a
nn dlcal man i i  a bvew t.    The financial affairs "t the Dominion cannoi be
'   .,,   i   man   who    has    Juggled
,u;|,   thi    trusl   i.ia ���    of  wl lows  and
,-,..     i'h.. railwa) -   "i    .a-  Dom
..,,i,,.i   ,,.,.     ..      cunuol        illowod tu
,  to    In   hands    of
Wl!      delicti ���'���
.. the    con
n,  |, hell   I1...1 !     im!
,,, ,|r|ii  km and   aid    v\ e can'l
to improve tin    ���      ��� ���   '     ��
department,  for  the    I 1
.,   no\\   po   ���    mi     ihem   euiin "
l,. allowed to give pluci    u
and death    Therefore, lei ever)
1 ,,   v, la, v. 1 dies lo continue tin	
pi : in  we liisve had nnd are now    ':1
|o lm    who  wishes the proi n  ���   �����*'
expansion to go on, and bring ��
irosperlt)   ond    larger    opportun   ���'
for trade and commerce, vote '"���
i.r eral candidate, Vlr, Ruben Jni 1 ��'
:,,  the polls todaj    and :i"
good majorlt)
������������������������������������
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��       Vou   foi   lardim
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���
A vote for a Tory endorses Babcock.
1896: Where is Canada ?
1908: Canada in the highest rank of nations.
The cry of stinking fish does not help Canada.
Vote for Jardine and a bright future.
Tariff for revenue only,
Montreal Star (Con.) concedes Laurier's victory.
Laurier believes in Canada's greatness.
Elect Jardine and be in the title of progress.
Taylor, Bowser, Babcock and persecuted fishermen
Laurier has given his life to Canada,
Hard times, haul times, come apin no mors.
Taylor, Bowser, Gotoh and Japs,
Vale for Jardine anil Westminster's prosperity.
Laurier will welcome Jardine.
[.Hurler returns to power
Vote for Jardine and a 30 foot channel,
If yen vote for Taylor you don'i want the channel.
Toronto World (Con.) says laurier will win,
Do vou want to have an Opposition member?
Beware of roorbachs.
The virility of the Liberal causa In fully appreciated and the active part
the outlying  portions of    the  ridingI P*a>'e*-* ^<***  candidate
was  evidenced  in  man.,   and  various
ways during the pasl week, when Rob
I iorwarding both these undertakings is
acknowledged with gratitude.
li   is  Buch  plain,  unvarnished evl-
d< nee of real  worth .and buslnesaiiKe
in-  party,   travelled    over   the  long|abllitj   us  these ihat  nave __iv-_n tne
itretch of country    bj   rit, on either | Lioeral candidate ��o high a character
ami won tor him the almost universal
ert Jardine, the chosen  candidate oi
bank of the Fraser river. At every
meeting held the candidate received
a sterling welcome and even on i ne
or two occasions when a few lively
spirits ul' the opposition���Invariably
youths without votes���sought to ral3e
u  little excitement,  the  ��� (fori   failed,
I, i.    in  the end the  bo; a  ,i lined  the
i throng in  its hearty ac    in a Ion    of
j the   popular candidati
I    Such was the experience more pai-
ticularl)   nt  in-- A bol fot I  and  Port
Moody   meetings,  held  on   Thui da:
and   Saturdaj   evenings   respec
Al    Langley   Prairie,   on   Wednesday,
and al   Mounl   ia hman  and   Nlcomen
j on the i "o succi eding ilu) s, ci ow led
ngs,  alive  with  < nthusiasm and
'.li.    aylug a  marked  welcome to  s"ie
I i era: candidate, took place,
E, ir\ v. h- re  Robert   Jardlne's  clear
I and decided  *.lews  In  favor of absolute exclusion  of Orientals,  and   the
... menl  of the Fnasi r rl \ bi   mi I
i      the l borough  and   hi arty  appre*
. ion of the people, whilsi his sane
ui sslike iii'ii*.ni* nt ul' the Bel
ti :   Terms question     never failed   i"
j v, iii      iiilat  approval.
The iai*M- bod) of ��� li ctoi>���. through* I
. ii,it  ih-. l-'ri er valli.-..    i 'y m in,\   of
[whom have suffered somewhial Bevere
[ly this year from 'he rloodlng   if their
I lands, lecognize the real value of ihi
esteem ol the ejectors throughout the
rural districts.   This progress uirough
these test  weeks may be Bttinglyand
truthfully designated as a triumphal
one,   for quite apart  from  the  many
successful  public  meetings ihat were
held,   the  candidate    visited  or  was
visited n> hundreds of individual electors, and  from  almost  everj   uuo re-
c< Ived an assurance of suppori at the
on to la; .    More lhan this, In casi a
,   Mr. Jardine was Interview* I   ���:���
...,..-.;  on the(
, tlvi     iii        h  wa    thi   sat-
.,,,, | it  in ������ hi., aecom-
., - It'ed  lin�� a * I
at      ion thi   ������    atarj   pro*
.    rol      ������ J ' rfully  ot
tered.
Ni ver Indei -1 was the ti iumph of
the Liberal cause iu the New W< '-
minster riding more certain than it
appears to be today, and they are tew
Indi I'd who do not belli ve at heart
that Robert Jardine will be returned
������ large maj<
NO    ASIATIC    STRIKEBREAKERS.
Lying statements have been circulated to the effect that when man-
.-.ger of the Royal City Mills seve"
Fraser channel improvements and ore years ago, Robert Jardine employed
not backward In displaying their ap Asiatics In orc'-r to break a sympa-
preciatton of the Interes-i  and efforts thetic strike.   This is absolutely false
���   times for the  ��� ���
+      vote fot Taylu ""    *
��� ���         ���
'i    '���' '   ���*���    In�� of I.ll' ���.
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aurier sets the pace fer Canada,
Canada sets the pace for the world.
Free rural mail delivery and i liection,
Taylor and Babcock,
of Roberi Jardine towards the acoum-
plishmenl  of this long aeeded work.
i 'ti ti, i a Bide of Un' river the
o tanci   of the t wo  new  railways
. on.si ruction ihrou
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and is on a par with similar falsehoods,
spread broadcast by the Tory candidate's   supporters.
There is not a single Japanese name
on the voters' list. Taylor to the contrary notwithstanding.
Which   candidate   employs   hi
around  his   house'    It   Is  net   Robert
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QUE
Constituent y.
Argehteull 	
Bagol	
Beauce	
Beauharnola	
Bellechasse 	
Berthier	
Bronii"	
with an aster  i-i.  (���)  are those of members ot the
Bona venture	
Chambly-Vercheres  ��� ���
Champlaln  	
Charlevoix 	
Chateauguay 	
Chicoutimi-Saguenay  .
Compton   	
Dorchester 	
Drummond-Athabaska
uaspe	
lloohelaga	
Huntingdon	
Jacques Cartier 	
Jollette	
Kamourasaka	
l>aliollc	
Laprairie-Napervllle
L'Assomptlon 	
Laval  	
Levis	
L'Islel	
Lotbiniere	
Maisonneuve 	
Maskinonge  	
Megantic  	
Missisquo]   	
Montcalm  	
Montmagny  	
Montmorency 	
Montreal���
Ste. Anno  	
.St.   Anioirit.'   ...
St. James  	
.St.  Lawrence  ..
BEC���SIXTY-FIVE   MEMB
Liberal.
!'. R, McGibbon  	
.  . \i. E. Marcll  	
.. *Dr. ii. S. Beland   	
..   L. .1. Paplneau  	
.. .*0. E. Talbot	
... A. Ecrement  	
.   "Hon. S. A   Fisher 	
\\*. N. Cotton (Ind.)   ..
...���Charles Marcll  	
.. .* Victor Geoffrlon   	
... Ernest Degulse  	
...  L. Bergeron	
.. .���',!. P. Brown   	
... K.  Bowln   	
. . .*A.  Ii. Hunt  	
.. E. Hoy 	
.. *Ls, Lavergne 	
.. .*Hon. it. Lemieux 	
. ..*L, A. Rivet 	
...  James A. Robb 	
V. H. Dardurand 	
.. *,i. A. Dubeau 	
...*E.  Lapointe  	
... E ,C. B. Major  	
.. .'Ruck Lanctot 	
..   p, A. Seguin 	
...   Charles A. Wilson 	
,.. **L. A.  Carrier   	
 I. li. T. Caron 	
.. ..Ed. Fortier  	
..   *Alph.  Vervllle  (Labor)
.. *H. Mayrand  	
. ,*F. T. Savole  	
..  *D.   B.   Meigs   	
G. !���:. Ford (Ind.) 	
.. ,*F. c Dugas  ���
..    Cyrias Hoy  	
.. ,*George Parent 	
ERS.
Conservative.
��� .*(_.. 11. Perley.
T. c. Casgraln, K. C.
*J. ii. ll. Bergeron.
��� Charles Vezina.
��� V. AlLard.
��� F. A. Olmstead.
��� A.  Beauchesne.
M. Archambault.
��� p. E. Biondin.
*R. Forgot.
��� (.'. Lane.
��� .1. Girard (Ind.}
It. 11. Pope.
Hon. E. J. Flynn.
��� ������ DeCourval.
��� H. A. Chollette.
��� Louis Coderre.
*K. .v. Walsh.
���H'\ D. Monk.
.!. Glbeault.
. \v. A. Potvin.
��� Hector Chauvln.
S. Beaudiu.
��� ['. Panguelo.
���*J. E. E. Leonard,
��� B. Bourrassa (Ind.
������Eugene Paquet.
��� L. P. Pelletier.
��� Dr, c   j   Coulomb'
L. .1. Frechette.
��� Dr. F. M. Pickel.
��� D, 0. Lesperance.
��� a. Gobell (Ind.).
. *J. C. Walsh
St. Mary
Nicole:  ....
Pontine   ....
Portneuf 	
Quebec���
Centre   . .
East ....
Wes,.  ...
County ..
Richelieu   ...
... R . C. Smith, K-C.
*ll. Gervals 	
,*R, Blckerdlke	
A. S. Martin tSoc).
.���Mederlc Martin  ...
Dr. Turcotte 	
. (.;. F. Hodgins . ��� ��� ���
,*M. s. Delisle 	
. *A. Lachance 	
���Sir Wilfrid Laurier
���William  Power  ���
Dr. Mackay  	
 "Alii.  Lanctot   	
11. Beauchemin (I. Lib.)
Richmond-WOlfe  *K. W. Tobln 	
Uiiiiou.l-i  ���Dr. Ross	
Kouville  *lluii. L, P. Brodeur  ...
St. Hyacinthe ���A, M. Beaupariaut 	
St. John-Ibervllle  ���John Domei's  	
Shefford     H.E.Allen i
Sherbrooke  J. Leonard  	
Soulanges  *Aug. Bourbonnais	
Stanstead   "Charles  Lovell   	
Temlscouata  *0.  Gauvreau  	
Terrebonne   T.  Rinfret   	
Three Rivers-St. Maurice *Hon. .lne. Bureau  	
Two mountains     *J, A. C. Ethier  	
Vaudreuil *G. Boj er  	
Wright   ���E.B.Devlin 	
Yamaska  *J. E. 0, Gladu  	
��� C. J. Doherty.
W. D. Burns (.Labor).
-���H. B. Ames.
Henry Dully  (Ind.).
��� x. Glroux,
. il. A. Ekers.
. L. T. .Marcecha!.
��� A. Sevingny.
G. IL Brabazou.
L. Stafford.
Hubert Cimon.
��� Aid. Tiset.
��� W. Price.
���L. Robitaille (Nat, Li i.)
Martlneau   (Ind.)
��� E,  A. 1).  .Morgan.
��� .loan Cham] oux,
. Paul Barclay.
. (Elected
��� J. .ie L. Tai I
��� C. Arpin.
W. li   Robinson
.���A.  X.  Worthingl >n
. Dr. Lorl ���
. George W. Pa
Luc. Labelli
, Bruno N.antel
. P, i-_. Pennet
Andre Fauteux.
. Dr. Montpetit.
!���'. A. I.abelle.
Hon. .1. A. Oulmet
ONTARIO���EIGHTY-SIX   MEMBERS.
Algoma East ..
Algoma West .
Brant   	
lirantford  ...   .
���&
.���A. E, Dymeat      W.H.Smyth.
.. H. J. Gibson   ���A. E. Boyce.
."Hon. W. Paterson  j. p. Nunan,
Lloyd Haiiis ��\Y. F, Cockshutt.
Brockville   ���Hon. G. P. Graham   John Webster.
Bruce .North   ���John Tolmie     Alex. McNeill.
Bruce South *P. H. McKenzie      I. .1. Donnelly.
Carleton I. E. Caldwell        ���Hon. R. L. Borden.
Dufferin  I. X. Fish  ���John Barr.
Dund;u.  ��� \v.   c.   Lawson   ���A. Brod'er.
Durham     D. B. Simpson   C.J.Thornton.
Elgin Last    \v. W.Rutherford    David Marshall
Elgin   Wesl    \v.  Tolmie     *i*. VV. Crothers.
Essex North  ���R.F.Sutherland      D, E, Fleming
South    ���A. B   Clark       Darius Wlgle.
<    '  enac   j, \\*. Edwar I -
M, A verj    Ind   Con
 I. A. McMillan   John I". McGreg >i
: 	
' iranville ���
Gi      East ���
North  ..
Gi
Hal limand  ..,
Halton  	
Kamili -i  Eai
. S. .1. Marttln 	
.r.   Ra) mon I   	
.���W. P  Telford  	
. *li   11. Miller 	
.   it.   I-'.   Miller   	
���. Dr. W, s. Harrison
. .1. M   Easl wood
.���J. H.  Reid,
.���T. S. Sproule,
��� W   S, Mi t Ileboro,
��� lt. .1. Ball.
���*F, R. Lalor,
,*David  Her ie
,*S  Barker.
L   L, Landers  I ind. La!
Major Stewart,
. W It. Northup.
.*!���:. (rus, Porter.
,*Thomiaa Chisholm.
Hamilton Wesl    ���A, Zimmerman
Hastings Last    f. k   McCargar ....
Hastings Wesl     ���Funnel!  	
Huron  East    A. Hislop 	
Huron South   *M. Y. McLean  John Shermitt.
Huron   West     Robert  Holmes   *!���_. X. Lewi..
Kent Easl   *D. A. Gordon   Dr. Stewart,
Kent   West       A. B. McColg  ���H. S. Clements
I- ngston  ���Hon. M, Hart)       Dr. A. c. Ross.
Lambton Fas'    c. 0. Fairbanks    *J, E. Armstrong.
Lambton  West    ���F,  F.  Pardee   R, E. Lesuer
Lan irk  North   ���T. B. Caldwell   w. Thorburn.
Lanark South  (I.  F,  McKlm    ���Hoa. J. G. Haggart.
Leeds    \\*. c. Fredenburg     *George Taylor.
Lennox-Addington    F,  s.  Waitman     *Urlah Wilson.
Lincoln   w. D, Woodruff  *!���:, A   Lancaster
London  W, McCandless (Labor)   Major Beattie.
Middlesex Fast   C.  A,  Routledge   *Peter Elson,
Middlesex North  Alex. Smith   !   Doyle,
Middlesex   West     *W. S   Calvert   Robert   McLaughlin.
Muskoka    Angus  Morrison    "William Wright.
Nlplsslng   ...*C. A. McColi     George Gordon,
Norfolk       H. B. Donh'      Alex. M,. ;,jH,
Northumberland Flast   F. L. Webb  ,*('. L. Owen.
Ontario,  North    *George D. Gram
Ontario South    F. L. Fowke ���
Ottawa   ll. McGlvern
Ottawa      Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Oxford North     E. W. Nesbitl
Oxford South   ���M. S. Schell ,
Parry   Sound    ���R,  j,   Watson    ������
Peel     E. G. Graham
Perth North  j. p. Rankin
Perth South    *u.  h.   Mclm
Peterborough Fast  e. A. Tannei    ���    ������
Peterborough   West    j   u_  stra,.
Prescott   M. Currie
Prince  Edward    Dr. Currie	
H.  C.   Mullen  llnd
Renfrew   North    Harry Barr 	
Renfrew South       Thomas  A. Lo1*   ���
Russell  Charles  Murphy  ��� ��� ���
Simcoe East      Manley Chew   	
SImcoe  North     Dan  Wilson
Simcoe  South     or. Campbell  ���������
Stormont   Robert   Smith
Thunder Bay��� p. Urry (Soc.)
Rainy   River    ���Jamea Conmee
Toronto Centre  x. C. Robinettt
Toronto East  	
S, S. Sharpe.
Peter Christie.
Thomas Blrkett.
.   . r. J.  L.  Chain,:
.  D. Quinn.
D. A. Sutherland
. .lames Arthurs.
.���Richard Blaln,
.���A. F. MacLaren
. M. Steel.
��� .1. A. Sexsniith.
��� J.  H.  Bir'iiliaiu
John A. Gamble
.���G, 0. Alcorn.
.���Gerald White
��� John Macka).
.!. Gamble.
.���Wm. ll. Bennett.
��� .1. A. Currie.
��� *H. Lennox.
*R. A.  Pringle.
A. F.  Mulhern   (Ind.).
"QUALITY
Toronto .North     \v.   H.   Shaw
Toronto Soutll    C.  Mullock   .,
.1. (!. O'Donoghue (Lab.
��� T. 11. Keefer.
��� ���Edmund Bristol.
���A. E. Kemp.
J. Russell.
��� "Hon. tl. E. Foster,
���A. C. Macdone
Toronto West   	
Victoria���Haliburton
Waterloo  North   ...
..  .,. H    Duthie  (Ind.) *E. B. Osier.
��� ���Dr. A. Wilson  *Sam Hughes.
������ W. L. M. King R. Reld.
A. Huber (Ind i
Waterloo  South       s.vl. Moyer    ���George Clare.
Welland  *\\*. m. German  George Hannau
Wellington   North    ���A, M. Martin   W.A.Clarke.
Wellington South  'Hugh Guthrie       John Newstead,
Wentworth   W. 0. Sealej    W. H. Ptolemy
York Centre  *p, R. McLean  Thomas Wallace
York   .North    ���A,  B. Aylsworth   John Armstrong.
York Smith    (Elected  by  ace.)       W. F, MacLean.
NOVA   SCOTIA���EIGHTEEN MEMBERS.
"The Cossack"
One nt
useful   li\,.,       ,.
id
.
nil;
Maki'.s   a
weather coal
or   motorln ���,       \
coat,    The pric, ,,���   ,
above cul   |     -    ,,,
We are sole agenl   i��� N,.w
Westminster  Citj   ,���,  Dl3tric,
for   the   celebrated    Twen
Centurj  garmi :
Phillips
The Wardrobe
Clothier
 J
Annanoplls	
Antigonish	
Cape Preton North  .
Capei   Breton  South
Colcheste  r	
Cumberland   	
Digby   	
Guysboro   	
Halifax  I   	
Halifax   2   	
Hants   	
Inverness 	
t
.. ���S. W. W. Pickup  ...
. ,.*w. Chisholm    	
D.  D.  MacKenzie   ...
. ���Alex. Johnston 	
.    Charles   Hill	
.  J. L. Ralston 	
..  <!A.  J.   S.  Copp   . .   ..
���J.   H. Sinclair   	
. .���Wm. Roche  	
. .���Michael  Carne)   ...
. ."J. B.  Black   	
Dr.   A.   W.   Chisholm
K-ng's ���Sir   F.   Borden   	
Lunnenburg  .  ���A.   K.   McLean   ...   .
Pictou         ]���:.   M.   Macdonald
Richmond       ���J.  w. Kyte
Shel   irne-Queens   '-Hon. W.  S,  Fielding
G. E.  Corbett.
E. L. Girroir.
Don. McCormack
.1.   W.   Maililin.
���John Stanfield.
Edgar X.  Rhodes
Clarence Jameson
G. A. Rowlands.
R.  L.  Borden.
A. B.  Crosby.
F. w. Hanright.
Dr   R. C. McLeod
X. W. Eaton.
S. C. Marshall.
C. E. Tanner
r, Ferguson.
A. B. Morln
r   S, William- in
Yarmou h    ���B.   B.   Law   	
NEW   BRUNSWICK���THIRTEEN   MEMBERS.
    ���F.   B.   Carvell          B. F. Smith,
      W.   F.   Todd    ���(;. W. Ganon
 ���O. Turgeon T, M. Burns
Did you ever stop to think  how   fast   some people  are
rich mi what you and some others squander ?
	
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i    ���	
Kings Alberl	
N'on , imberland   	
li       ... he	
- .   lohn City	
��� i  lm City -.ind County
I. Leblanc  ..,
II. McAl
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���W.   S.   Loggie
"'.lames  Reld
.lane s   Pender
���Hon.   Win.   !'::.
3unbury-Qt ns H. H.   McLean
Victoria    -pins  Michaud  	
U'estmorlan I      ���H.   R.   Emmerson
Vork        x.   W.    Brown   ....
PRINCE   EDWARD   ISLAND���FOUR   MEMBERS.
Kings   ���J,  j.   Hughes        A. L. Fraser,
Prince James  W.Richards   ...   ���A. A.  Lefurg
F. J. Robideaux
���G. w. Fowler
Donald Moi i;. ���
W. A.  Mott.
���Dr. s   W. J. Dili     \. w   Ma
���R, 1) Wilni"!
Dr. Klrkpati ii
Fred  W.  Sumnv
���0. S. Crock
DETERMINATION
to do a certain thing In a certain wa)
at a certain time largel) constitute
riNANCIAL
SUCCESS
Must everyone can same Bome mone>
every pay da). A savin, n count in
The Royal Bank will grow so rapidly
that you will be delighte 1 an I
day v, ill man,, you fee) like a more
substantial citizen.
Will You Try ?
THAT'S ALL WE WANT TO  KNOW.
���   The ���
KSKUfc'-.i.:.".
ROYAL BANK of CANADA  I
Capital and tReaert r
$8,290,000
/ncorp,i,if_ d
1369
$47i4d6',000
New Westminster Branch.      p.   g.  LYLE,   Mgr.
w^-^emsmmmiKimssNaZtX.
Queens
'���a''. ..
.   . A. B. Warburton    "A. A. McLi 11
... L. F. Prowse Vlex, Martin
MANITOBA���TEN   MEMBERS.
Brandon    ���'Hon   C.  Sifton   ������-   ���
Dauphin    ���T. A, Burrows	
Lisgar     i*. Greenwaj  	
.Macdonald      Dr S, .1. Thompson  .
Marquette    M.  B. Jackson  ..   ..
Portage  la   Prairie   ...   /John Crawford  ...   .
Provencher j. p. Molloy  	
Selkirk ���s. .1. Jackson   	
Souris \. m.  Campbell   .   ..
Winnipeg       11. ('. Cameron   ...   .
J.   I).   Houston   iSoc.i    .
SASKATCHEWAN ���TEN   MEMBERS.
Assiniboia        .1. t;   Turriff       C. C
-���  *
Battleford    \. n     , ,:, ������,.  	
Humboldl           Dr. Ni ely
Mackenzie    ���Dr. 1.   L. Cash  	
R. Hai  ,.man   1 ind.   Llbj
Hon.  T.   M.   Dalj
Glen Campbell
W, H. Sharpe
���\\. D. Staph -
W.   .1.   Roche.
A. A. Melghen
A, c. LaRlviere
Thomas Bradbury.
F   I.  Schaffner.
Alex. Hagg in
Easterbrook  Milling   Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per br!.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.30   "      4'
Terminal $5.50   "      "
SE
"���**���-
Smith.
P.. L. Richardson (Ind I
Dr. Morrison.
.James Little.
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
=_&__
Moo.--.'   Jaw
Prince  Alia ri
Qu'appelle   .
Reglna ...  .
Saltcoats
Saskatoon   ...
ilgary   ...    .
*W.
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.1.   T.
W.   M
Hon.
Mi.   !���:
Knowles
Ruttan ���
Brown
Martin   ..
McNutl
LcCravey
.   in-.   \\iii>   ��� .
.1.  McKay,  K.<
. 'It. S. Lake.
.   Aid. Williamson
.1. It. Dlnnin
M   A.  Mclnnis
ALBERTA-SEVEN   MEMBERS.
in-. Sti van
.*M. S. McCarthy.
1-". 11. Sherman 1 Labi
.!. d   Hyndman.
.���John HeiTon.
c. A, Magrath.
George F.  Root,
.   F.  W.  Day.
Edmonton       ���Hon, Frank Oliver ...
Macleod    \. n   McDonald  ....
Medicine   Hat    .   w. s  Simmons	
Ke<i r->e-'r    Dr.   M   Clark  	
Strathcona     ���Dr.   Mi Intyre   	
J    0.    imlerson,   (linli    .
Victoria    W, 11. White    F. A. Morrison
BRITISH   COLMUBIA���SEVEN   MEMBERS.
Comox-Atlin    .���William Sloan       Dr. Qulnlon.
Kootenay    gmlth  CurtlfJ    A. S. Goodeve.
W.   Davidson   (Soc).
:' dph  Smith       !���'. \[. Shepherd,
.!. 11. Hawthornthwalt.
��� ���   Rober   Jardine I, D, Taylor.
W.  VV   11.  .Mclnnes .   ...   George  ll. Cowan.
Joa   Martin (Exclusion!    E, T. Klngsley (Soc).
������   *Hon.  Wm. Templeman
Yale-Cariboo    ��Duncan   Ross   	
Nanaimo	
Xew   Westminster
Vancouver	
Victoria	
(!. 11. Barnard,
.Martin Burrill.
Charles Bunting (Sue.)
Viik on
YUKON ���ONE  MEMBER.
���  I"  Congdon       G. Black.
J. A. Clarke.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer, in All Kind* ol
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door��,
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.
New Westmmiter
Telephone 12.
>	
*1'j:r*1 OCT. 26,  l9��8
THE DAILY NEWS.
THREE.
^SuUrI^O foot residential lot on tram line
$10 cash, balance $1 per week
Att(        ������ at Obse-
Large
quies
ovincial Agent;
Property overlo
I
m*
A'
:iser River and Gulf
coui ���
.   rh.if li. ell le r as
., ... lng S   \   Fit I���
���    ���      John  Pi '���!-. .!
. Ji S i ol     an I
:n ���      Her in
ii    Ma ligan,   I
.
_. F   fi   V \l   offi-
ll. N   Rich, La !-
er;   I'   Bu
n 1 war len;   \V
md    marshal,
i;iand    M i tei
\ Thi   lodge  burlel
ed at i ti        .��� -id"
���    VV   M   ui" King Solo*
i .    ..������ Ing i'Ii
n     The number
r ���   :����� and In
oui   SO, the marshal be-
\   nam  el   Ol  vl
i attended
considi
,   i it.iii  of  Woodmen
��� b I counsel 1
r\ who pure ������..���lots in Grandview today have the satisfaction of knowing that the
property is bound vtj sides by trunk tram lines; one line between New Westminster and
Eburne, the other b*     een Vancouver and New Westminster���in fact the short line between New
Westmii     r anrl Vancouver goes right through this property.
Grandview will be scarcely five minutes ride by car from the New Westminster post office
���a five cent fare. There will be good car service on the Eburne line in the immediate future,
while the new cut off line to Vancouver will be finished and in operation early next spring.
Prom the fact that the property is on a gentle slope���all the lots in Grandview command
a beautiful view oi" the Fraser river and the gulf in the distance.
��� i
Every lot in Grandview will be worth and sell for at least $500 just as soon as the car service pass id the property has commenced.
These Lots are al! SO feet wide and 120
and ;raded.
��� a ling   offi
���
ter   of    Hi ���
. i  . ���        i
���
i   c;i
Cunning*
������ I
Grandview is      n I to be     eof the m        rom-
irent, most popular r< sidential suburbs of the city of N
Wi ter.    Ti ������ '      trunk tram lines will pri /ide the
very host of car se.      . night and day at a five cei I   fare
and a five minute ride.
[n order to effect a quick sale of the property, 1
offer you this Monday morning, the opening day. lots in
Grandview on the small cash payment of $10, and the remainder of the purchase price at si per week until paid.
Remember that this property is on the market for
the first time and the price asked is certainly much lowi r
than the value placed upon adjoining property.
an who buys a lot  in  Grandview today  is
rea sure of a big incri a se in value just as soon as
the.- cram lines are in operation.
Tl     , of the opportunities of such an investment
to the ; man who has $10 and can manage to pay $1
per wei   .    Every young man and woman in {New Westminster ought to have a lot in Grandview.
It is good life insurance.
It is the safest form of a savings account that you
can open.
Come to my office this morning and 1 will show
you on the map the exact location of Grandview.
There is ample accommodation in my rigs to take
you to see the property after 9 o'clock this morning.
Those who buy first  will naturally get a better choice.
First choice assures you a lot with frontage right on the tram.
Call and see the plans at my office and have a lot reserved subject to approval after
inspection.     W. J. KERR, Phone 170, New Westminster,   B. C.
���
iffllcted
';    '    :     ��� .. la lv.
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j, V    ���    Cl ambei ���
a : .   I    I!    !.��� nn   1
Paarce, J, .1
field, W. if  GUI' v.
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io* ui .i. Cal ���
H    lol        n nnd
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nine i 0111
'1'lle   1   11
01
...     '....,
:.    We all bid    aa a li
and  fl OUI  'lie anal"-)   u
In ...  I. .-sua- on    iiiini ir
Vs  ilu     ie"... :    round    the\ ]
....   ,, man)
lng  ihe  lasi   few   ������ ars  had  been
awa)    from   thai    city.   Th
I,  ,\   Moi and  Mi
���   :.   ���;
i     ,1    Maji
Ji    and   Mrs    H.   M
M        id Mi nd fa	
VI     uul Mrs. C, S. Ke I
D. Murchii irried   ou
nts.
��� Now is the time to look after your i
\      EYES      !
LeCompte and Flesher   ��� =============== 9
Tuesday, Oct. 27 g
ROSE   FRITZ   RETAINS
THE   CHAMPIONSHIP
present
cho.a "';l-'     '"""   "M!    CU                   v ,     Vork,    Oct.   2b.-Mlss
ii God, Ou.   Help "renuoua life oui hen   .ore out even              ^  Brooklyn, again proved las
,���.,    N-e8    .    .,    ���;.- ���    :��8ged   frame    ol     man      l
:,:,    Waa   divaped were those who saw In ihe grave the
end "i   life, imt   noi   so   \mi1i   tnem,
odj  nt the nave be-    ""
,- ror the Masonic rei ����� 'he leaf would    emu
nighl   thai    -she is    the fastest  typewriter  in the  world  by  winning  th<
.,  for the championship at   the
show     at   Madison    Square
Mis
Fritz    retained    the
writing   eigh
gain,    bo
,  me morning,    In    th
t   Barra tgb,    Eben- spring time of    the    resurrection    t>< ^^   by
.   t   s   Henderson,    a found  In  the spiritual body, enjoying    ^   ^        ^^     ^  ...p,
.       .    .,.  held, Rev. all  ihe  elements  of  life and   Immo. | ^  ^ ^^  ^ e,ghty.four
,,.    ,>,  prayer, tality. ;i, otis Elalsdelle was third
In       wa    delivered Floral Tributes
,  brothei  ol
CLARENCE BENNETT'S J Call in.
The Holy City.   ry all's
Eyes Tested Free
Mi    Fishei  in the
,    ul      Bi to ���
. a.l Psalm I an I
It had    n��n his
.  Identified w Ith Nit'.
Ian   work   which
a,  noi   onl)   tu   this
,ii   tin
in   is a do
worth
Oci    11  la      S ���'������'���
��� ��� i'  i ���, i ,   ���, i   i   end
broth' i
!ii\   uoril
The publjc wreaths were aa follow .���
Gnand !'"l: '   wreath;  King Solomon
with
Luella Morey as   ''Salome"
Princess of Gallilee"
The  most  sublime  p'ay ever  written.
Endorsed by the Clergy, Press
and Public.
'     Masonic emblem;   ionic  lotto       t   J\JeWSOme & SonS
Chilliwack, emblem and spray; Acacia  *J* '�������
Prictis $1.(10, 75c, 50c and 25c
SoutlK
. n
Oci   "i   thli
\ am uuvi  .  wreath
,. t . .     Vancouvi i       wren
ran nli.iii Ord .  u   VVoodnn n. wn ���
l;,i   ,    Templars  uf   Ti .... ��� i "i"
suirW*;   governmenl n I
,      and
.Vain. . land     reglstr)
,  n-.ii' tu ag
Xew   Wi   liuin '��� ' '���  �� ���'' ���*������'��� ���
11 ��� ' "    '
Painters and  Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
NewWestminster
Westminster
Opera House
Thursday,  Oct. 29
DRUG
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817. ���i
CAPITAL |14,*M)0,000.00      .!"*"
RESERVE        111,000,000,00
Brandies throughout Canada aud New toundland, and in London, Englaoid,
New York, Chicago and SpoKane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Jen-
era! Banking  Business Transacted.
.etter�� of Credit Igaued, available witl. correspondents ln all uart�� of the
World.
Riving* Bank Department. Deposits reeeived lu sunn, of }1 aud upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cer.t. per annum (present rate) added
four times a year. ,
Total   As��et* over  1168,000,000.00.
X'.W   WKBTMINaSTEK BRANCH.
O. D.  BRYMNER,  Ma&A(t��.
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heiirt:
anchor;       N'ew    Went..
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,     ,    ,       Private   tributes   ������" ������
i llliugi  ���     Which     Iri'l ;
'    '"   '   : ���  '"���"'"Tt'a.l,:     Mi    Fisher i  --,/
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rl,  M''s
il tu ,,;,'.  indlvlduall)   M'    "", xtr
���      ilioii   ia-1   tribute  uf   iVictorla), nnd  Mr   a
n who a,,i    een lovod I Adams, M,    inil
,,. !,, came   in   live      Spra)      Mr*   M. ^"\u ",,'���,, Mi
n  man. a b other, a  Mrs. W. C. Cl ���        Davidson,
mi   Hi  Ii id I   'ai call    Crake,  Mr. ntul  N''" ,,���)
luriai-
.   18s.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia,   Street.
delivered   promptly   to
pari m the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Ih-i- who had gone   their   i   uinum, *"��� -���-'   -      Myrtle  M *'
fold    i���    the   first  son   iVancouver., blfl
j   ,\   Lee, l
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OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
AUK  .NOW  ON   SALE   AT
uncovered    their   Wllllai ul i     Mrs    M. MOREY'S  STATIONERV   STORE
ired iheir  regard   foi   Mrs   Eugene  i'��� ' Hugh j.   g.   GAMON'S CIGAR   DIVAN.   F,
Viea.l   Mr    nnd    vl
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Ol        Uriel V,
heir  ,;. .. :���
'  "      '     a... I   '���    ���. I il.   il       'lyill t  'illllll.
who    had    been    bo  Lowe
VII
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
���
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M��NOAY, OCT. Js,
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THE DAILY NEWS    )
Published by the Daily News Pub-
tisliiug Company, Limited, at their
offiees, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New  Westminster, B. C.
E. A.  Paige Managing Director
~-*<jli}2*2iJ
government, and you will have a continuance of the marvellous growth
and prosperity of the last twelve years
and a \igorous prosecution of the
great public works, especially beneficial to this province .ind this city and
ilistriet, upon which the governmenl
haa started and to which it is committed. Vote for the Borden Opposition
and you will have ��� "a pig in the
poke!"
POLLING UlNUniONS
SHOW GREAT CHANGE
Get the Habit
Register   Has   Nearly   Doubled   Since
1904���How the  Numbers Stand in
Electoral  Districts.
Vote for
is a real leader of the same class,
though even more respected and trusted, on account of his absolutely unimpeachable public and private character.
SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 1908.
THE   FISHERMEN'S   FRIEND.
In spite of the fact that he is the
known supporter of the McBride-Bab*
cock fishery persecutors, Mr. J. D.
Taylor, local Conservative candidate,
poses as the fishermen's friend. Let
us see. In the summer of 1900, there
was a fishermen's strike on at Steveston, and in response to a requisition
emanating from some of the canners,
thc militia were called out by the
Provincial government "in aid of the
civil power" though the necessity for
this serious action was never shown.
The Provincial government at tbp
time was the Turner government, according to Mr, Turner himself, "a
( oservative government." Mr, Turner also being interested in the (''ln"
ning business, Mr. Taylor, who wan
then as now, editor of the Columbian,
was a supporter of the Conservative
Turner government, of course, run!
not forseeing evidently that he would
one day want the fishermen's vote,
followed In.-, natural bent, and sided
strongly against them. Here are some
���quotations from the Columbian of
that time, the first from an editorial
of July L'I. 1900:
"With fish plentiful in the river, the
fishermen remain idle, sticking to the
Poll> of demanding a price that means
onl) loss to the canners paying it.
and  therefore will  not be paid."
Commenting further on the strike
situation on the 24th of the month,
Mr. Taylor in an editorial said:
"The fishermen hair brought trouble, not only upon themselves, but upon the whole community dependent
for prosperity upon the result of the
salmon canning, They have struck
the   most   serious   blow   the   Industry
has ever received, and, in face of re- several   thousand  laborers
cen    events, it   must   be many years T. P. Railway
before capital will feel secure in in
i" itmenl in this line."
The polling hours are from nine a.
in. to 5 p.m, Westminster city voters
cast their ballots at the booths at St.
George's hall, where eight polls are
'to be taken. Secret service agents.
and other officers, will be on duty to
prevent infractions  of  the law,    and
Some enthusiastic Conservatives
will assure you���the wish being father
to the thought���that the Laurier government is going to be defeated today. Don't you believe it. Even the
late Conservative government, despite the load of real and proved sins
it had accumulated in eighteen long **e dishonest voter
years of power, could not be defeated'v "
so long as Sir .lohn A. Macdonald was
in the saddle, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier
' on him as one enjoying the privileges
of constitutional government.
The  figures appended  for the general  election of 1904    show  that  the
evei.
chlse
had  better   take
It   is   the   bounden duty   of
elector   to   exercise   the   fr.in- j
tnd a responsibility thrown up-
j-our tiuin today and show your
patriotism, and after the elec-
Ions are over, visit our store,
and we know you will afterwards always "VOTE" that it
Is the best laid out, the best
lighted store in town, and that
the '"-st siock is carried in it.
Come in and .buy your wife or
sweetheart a present with the
money you win today���it Is the
best way to spend It,
House of Quality
GLOVES
We have all the latest shades
all the best makes.
in
SPECIAL
Coa!  Hods.
tor
TODAY���Japanned
numbers have immensely increased
i In every polling place, a silent tribute
The "cold shades" of Opposition to the growth of the valley und,,- the
are said to purge a puny and fit it | Liberal regime.
for being entrusted with power again.
Evidently the Conservative party
needs another cold douche, and to be
held under until those malodorous
excresences���-Foster, Fowler, Lefur-
gey, et al���"let go" for good and float
down  stream to the dump heap. y
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PERRIN'S, DENT'S,  FOWNES', etc.,
from
$1.00 to $2.50
The poll at the last Dominion election, according to the districts, was
as follows:
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
J. Eugene Brown & Go.
Clothier and Haberdasher
ir. i
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2
r ' tjon   Vase
Tomorrow's   Special���(Mass   Carna-
Oc each; regular 30c.
r
,'... buy for cash   and sell tor the
Canada, do not turn out a government  without  good  cause.    The   late-
Conservative   government   had   eighteen years straight, and. when it  was|
dislodged, uad no leader and had de-[Richmond
generated into a squabbling "uest of
traitors," as Sir MacKenzie Bowel!
termed Foster it Co, The Liberal
government and its noble leader are
In the prime of their powers and deserved popularity, and billed for another five years at least���fortunately
for the country.
Delta  	
Chilliwack   	
Vale   	
Dewdney  	
Citj   (eight   pollsi
200
381
308
11
-'a'.
670
183
372
281
30
336
660
It
S I
IS
Total     1866    1762      46
rhe district vote was: 1196 1202 28
Today there are 73 polling places
A, ROORBACH. Premier McBride I throughout the ruling distil ntal as
read from Seattle P.-I. at Saturday's I follows: Richmond, 9; Delta. 15;
meeting a statement of K. Matsuyama, Chilliwack, 14; Dewdney, 22; Vale,
who is a member of the Gotoh firm.Ml Westminster City (eight polls), 8,
who says he hopes to complete ar- Sheriff Armstrong Is tli" returning
rangement for   the    employment    of officer, and the ofilclal declaration wil]
for  the  G. j !|e made on November 5.
How much the Tories     The register upon which  the elec-
pald for to get this interview into a tlon eing field   Is  that, revised  to
foreign paper was not stated, but  we  May of this  year.      The  numbei
of
follow.. I
[lewd-
Westminster   City,
Times of London, England, during t :-'.   ���">:   Pal'<   ot   Richmond,   J-^:
last  provincial  campaign,    How  hard   ind  Yale, 973,
J. HENLEY
Manutacturar of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trad*  a  specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and   Begbie.
High Class Moving   Pictures,   Illustrated Songs.    Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
in the same issue of the Columbian may  reasonably  suppose the urgency! roters' names on ii  is    us
.Mr. Taylor followed  up his  trade oi of the case called for at least  .- muc!    Delta,  1476;  Chilliwack,  121
blaming it all on the fishermen with a*   their  roorbacu    in    the  Monetar;    i ���'s','w'
thi-s clincher:
"Examples  musl   be  ma le
ringleaders on the Fraser." pressed thej  must    be   to   ma
lie   didn'i    ��� th :   he'd   have  much of the statement ... a   lap that
them tried bj   coun martial and aiiol be hoped to be abli   to -       -    n ai-
bj  the militia or no jrangement,    He, from his   iwn  n
Fortunately   nothing    ol   that   sort if they be true, which Is I
������ ���   a b tn] ti l,b :' In     ��� I ven   much,  has  not   made    ai
VV. IM. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard BlocK.  New Westminster, B C
Lewis Bros. & c
Great Sale Is
a Wonder
OS.
Just one more week in which to
make a complete disposal of
every article in the Westminster
Clothing Co. store.
Everything for Men and Boys to
wear.
Shoes for the whole familv.
Pa :   ���   Rlchmon '   the p di
il North and  South  Vanci uvi
tl      i ling    of   Burr ti I
Vale-Cariboo.
;      bow  what  son  ol a    fisherman's
:��� !" Mr, ,1. 11  Taylor, Conseri i
��� ia lid ite, is.
THOUGHTS  FOR   ELECTORS.
Vote for Jardine and   Laurier, an .
l-e on the winning side    Never mint
Ta.> lor;  he don't co
rangement  with  contractors  it
be nullified by the com]
���    at the l lominion i rovernmen     in I
' ipan.   The Idea of the I wo hi ;li con -
' racting      nations      changin -      i teii
Icj   to    itten a labor con   t   ���
too  ridlculou - in ne sd  furthi.   uotlc -.
liAMBLERS PLUNlii; RENO
INTO BEEP DARKNESS
Disciples  cf  Goddess  of  Chance  Give
Anti-Gambling   Element   Advance
View  of   What's   Coming.
Dr.   Young,  McBride's   Minister    of j
Education, In his speech al the opera
.. on   Saturday  night    said    "Sir j
Wilfrid   Laurie]- wa -  a  grand    states-
  ni an   and   in   every   way   above re-
Si rd In th.   nam! is worth a whole   ;,roach."
Don'i   sell   ��� our       i tn-l  h       T i
Peel   :"  th      . for  a ml-ierabli
me* of partisan  . ott tge.
Reno,   Nev.,  Oct,   _ ,.    Thc  bu
portion of Reno is dai k tonight c iusi d
by the owners ol gambling houses au 1
this compare with !"""i" ""'"in- off the lights to show
base insinuations and  charges of   ��*'ha1 the citj   would look like in case
-   I'-tuii- ot the Laurier go ������ nmeni   the Columbian's Editor, ,!. D. Taylor,   -he    Anti-Gambling    league     drive
tnd   Its   candidal.-- mean      .     .,.,���-  [n his Laurier and Loot articles.   Lib- gambling out  ofthe oorporati
diate and vigorous prosecution of the erals remember thai this man Taylor  ;"   :| special  election  on
���:-" :., done his best to besmirch the good
:. : of your greal leader, N'ow is
the tin ' ��� emphasize your disapproval ol such luetics in worl In ;
hai I agalnsl him.
Grand  Trunk  Pacific  ind   th
river   Improvement    schi mi.      What
you would gel ��� ul ol   li ��� Con -������ vatlve
Jungl
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it you ri ��� ���      the
���a .
...
t*. mier    McBride    sai I     that     ' he
hi  hip   at   the   mouth  of  tli"   rivei
ishould  on'.;,   have  cost   two or  three    '��� '������- before th
���    ���''���       '        ' "'I    -: ������'���''    thousand   dollar?.
. mi cannot eci a
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ban rued iti       te o!
.   the  furth       lsi
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limits
October 24.
The usually  brilliant   commercial  row
like a tomb and some of    I be
gambling houses are using candles to
������:  empha sizi   th    cont.'u        i
fight     between     the     Aiiti-Gainhlini;
,   and  the gamblers  Is  vi ry bii -
ter and both Bides are making i-igo
ou - efforts   to   place  their   n spi   i
nun pai tisans,
Whal .  ince '      The gamblers hey will ,
ood launch ���     tha - -elves jusl   ovei   the city  limit
moni ..
in
op.
FOOTBALL.
case  the, defeati d  and
in   ful        In       '       citj   limit
closi to I        resenl buslne
centre,
if
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S it'll- la;. ':���  li.
National I
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of  i i lend a ���       :     ���     r) In cf-   ���". mrocks        j
feet, say; ' .V.   h iri haclt in   our face     Gi  ne call d on accounl ol dai tne
ih"  generous   things  you   had   agreed Thistles        i;
a- i   tad   begun  t.i do for oar  great Nationals     o
river,    We  doubt your sincerity  and B.  C.  Cup, Second  Dh
good     Ith in tin   matter, and do noi Hibernian	
1 or desln   anything from you," Vancouver  \. c	
Net.   Wi itmin ter  In-   in en   pretty 	
wise or  lucky, or   oth, since  1896��� Westham  island
ba.in. managed to keep In with both Grandview   	
governments,   Dominion  and   Provin- 	
cial.    Now Is the verj wors   time im- B,  C.   E3.   Railway
aginable to turn fooll h and kick ll al] Celtics 	
over,   i.hrn    we   ba'       a:   Btake  the 	
-!��� itosi   boon  Westminster   hns  ever Maple   Ridge   	
h "l ��Ithin her era p, Mission   	
Ate Apples Against Orders.
New  Vork, Oct, ...    Bccau ������ he a
gn en  appl...-  after  Instructs m  from
hi.- superior officer noi to do su, pt.
Bi riiard   Leizer,  of the Twenty-third
artillery, U. S. A., lis. been dishonorably   discharged from the sen Ice and
sentenced  to forfeit  all  pay and    al
lowance due him and  to  I e confined
al hard labor for ,-i\ month
P.O. Box 755.      Opp. Royal City Mills
ROYAL CITY
WINDOW
CLEANING CO. Q3
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GEO. A. SLATER'S "DUK-BAK."
"Invictus Shoes     made with viscollzed wa-
tei proof soles    guarantee d to keep the fi ������
ab io] nelj dry,
GEO. A. SLATER'S "DRY SOX,"
a   calf leather line I Blucher cul Hoot, with
upper leathi r  of Giant-Calf   our  mosl   re
liable Bool
THE  "DOCTOR  SPECIAL."
A Blucher cul box call Boot, with vlscollzed
waterproof sobs a boo' we highly recommend        to give comfort   in  every  detail.
CE'".. A,  SLATIR'S "INVICTUS"
Boo , I,,.., ;
with i,...th,
oak   tanned
H-   iii:.i   Vici kid,  upper    lined
the ml'.- are heavj
and thoroughly w at erj roi
Win!., i* Calf
''���""���    for  fall   wear
THE   EMPRES3
Boots -a neat   I" i
THE   "CROSS"   SHOE,
'"���'"I   of Velour Calf,    with    extra
"'��� ���-   makiiv.'   an   ideal   boot   for   I
weather.
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ll  Is not a question of   tovernmenl .For  Better  News Service,
vs, opposition  today,  bul  a  question     Toronto, Oct, 23,   land Northcllffe,
ol  the  . trim-;..-iin to    or rejection  ol In an Interview    here, declared   that
the Laurier governmenl on it    record one of his great umbltion    |    to
.ui  p bii    the Opposition  l-s an un* an adequate cabls news Bervice
a quantity    Vote for th    Laurier .ween Canada and  Kngland
be-
Store, Office and House Window
Cleaned
Janitor's Work Contracted fo
Week or Month.
Sal Isfai Hon Guaranteed,
GEO. COX  & CO.
Cor,  Columbia and Carnarvon St-
New  Westminster,   B.C.
JOHNSTONS Big Shoe
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Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
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THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C. 1908
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
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Girls5
$1.00 Dresses for 50c
. nice printed   flannelettes,   warm an t
Thi, line     ������ '
......   .'her. quit,, a varletj ol designt and
���;    da   J1.00 values tor  	
$1.50  Dresses for 95c
j ii
suit-
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i to 14 .-ears, in the Bame material a   thi 60c
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ANOTHER LOT OF
���lust    arrived;
i nut.   Oillej Bro
i arload
Anthracite
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The :';; ' has taken place of .lohn
*'���''"'���"��� an '���'! ������ Idem of the city, at
the age of Ta. He is 8urvlved by a
widow     ud    ai,  chlldri n.
Knock the
aa.a.-a. ,���      ( O . (. P     ,,_I      tl     l,OX      Of      "B.
iC." cigars and try one.   lt will muke
A "hit.'* ��*
A motoring party, consisting of T.
Proctor, Mr and Mr . Adye, Miss
Mathieson, and Mis.- Adye, from Vancouver,  lunched at   ihe  Russell hotel
yesterday.
Clear Havana cigars of ey.clusive
merit���the "Brlllante," made by the
II. C. Cigar factory. ��*
I' Ier ile- Dominion Elections Act,
lv saloon, and hotel bar- in town
musi close tod,,. Under Section _!t.l
a penalty of $100 i- Imposed upon any
one wlio sell - liquor during the polling day.
Oon't nils., it
Hardman's hall,
Th�� Lilliputians at
Oct, 30, **
A Snap in Ladies' Golf Jerseys
$2.7.5 and  S3  values for  $1.95
earn, navy and white;  various Btyles;  in  all
:;, and SJ.."* values     Now for 51.95
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Exceptional  Offering  in
LADIES'   BELTS
$ t .OO Values  for  50c
��� "���'.���, uf leal her belt - a
own to going prices;   color
i    tc.   Tin- regular pria
	
II    M.   Vasey,   ex-reeve    of    Delta,
came down from Kamloops yesterday.
Mr. Va.--... who i- now engaged in the
cattle business up country, ��ii: spend
a  tew days in  thi- neighborhood  be-
i fore  retu home,
All dealers handle "Ii. C."
.'. Q Sport" cigars. The ... :
. ��   !,.������,.,,is
irands
and "Old
reliable
���*
Uze the heathi n they should not forget 'lie need oi moral reform in their
own land. The speaker also dealt
with the Iniquities of the opium smoking habit.
5 Dressers and Stands !
* AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
a ������ pui oni <ui Bale
black,    navy, gri   n
is 75c and ?l 00; now
 50c
10OO Yards of White and Cream
Flannelette for 1 Oc yd.
-..  .. ofi  Saxony flannelette, no I esslng or filling; . <
white and cream on'.,.    Regular  16c values
John Anderson, lat.- ot South Afrl-
. i an l N'ew Zealand, wa in the city
yesterday, th'. guest of his brother-in-
law, H. Ryall. The hard time in
South Africa was 'ia- causi of Mr.
Anderson leaving that country, where
was for some j "ar- engagi t in the
i ontractlng bu>in-'S>.
For first class cut tlowers pot plants X
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,;*
florists.    Tel. B 208. ������
Crown Timber  Agent   Leamy    has
just,   returned from  ;, trip  to  Adam's
Lake.    He bas been busy on the departmental   business,  examining  tim-!
ber berths aud adjusting matters    in
several ol the interior towns.
More bread and better bread; Purl- *','*
ty  Flour.     (ic    it  at Kyle's,  Front\&
street. **   *,
i
The McKlnley and Watson skating\v
rink, which is to occupy ihe ground
floor of th.- K, of p. hall now being
built iat tin- corner of Agnes and
Eighth streets, v.i!' open ii> doors to
Mie public about the twentieth of
nexi month. The rink will be one of
the largest on th.' coasi a- the pre-Ut
sent tim'-. and will be undi i the man- i
agement of min who have had con- jj
siderable ��� rience in thi usiness. ;
The hall wi i fi rmally op. ned about .;
the '.i gini :    of the New Year, \v
Logging engine 9x10, in good run- jf
ning ordei Complete outfit, cables, ���.
blocks,   tae Boiler  Inspected   Ap- Y
gust.    Two good camps, on floats ac- I Y
commodation  10 men.   Raft for mov-\i
Ing donkey,   Three million feet cedar. !#
Price    $3500       White,  Shiles   cv   Co,"
N'ew Westminster. **
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
��� Opposite Lorne Street.     Phone 73.
^������;,:-��.:i,:.n'^*;ii-^.: _���*.   ;���#���>
*'Zi%'+y''-'%,':]\:'*y:,**)[''*+
Gordon's Dry Goods House
For Saturday's
Buying
I
I
4
10c
300 yds. 8-4 Unbleached Sheeting
for  22   1 -2c yd.
tlonal ���' tering In Bheetlng; 500            72 in. tu
��� , heeting worth 35c, now for 22'2c
Visit thc  House  .furnishing
Department
ation uf warm   '.������ I ling,    lanki I
q $2.0.1 i ' A"
Mad ���   ��� the yard      \: ���    an l
i'i   '.mil
Tlie  .-''. va es ir  li"
dial   yesterday   were
both morning and evening.   The parable of the i arren  fig  tree was  the
subject of tin- evening's sermon, when
:h.-    Rev.   a    S did Ick     pointi ,   ���
many    valuable    lessons   during   the
course nf In- T .������ musical
. . v. a- "f  a   high
?tand
The funeral of the late Mrs. Clara
Peele-Nelson, who died at the Royal
Columbian ��� il on Saturday, will
��� ike   pla< ���     t  ten o'cloi..   tomorrow
:.. rning i English cemetery. De-jS
ised,  wh    had  I o suffering from N.
Tri[li   , .throat tr...   ���   foi   some time, was 38   '-.
well  ai l'->,ears  o!   ' '    born  in -v,,'*'*wrw*sh- V
t (int.. but had been living In the West  -r
A.r th,- pa--  fourteen years.    She is  a
sur\Ived '"- : .band, who is at  a
present in Vernon; two small childrun11
and  thr'- ,  I". G.. (I.  H-. and  :>
.!,   II.   Sh Mrs. i
Lithgow,   -.ho is her  fa-
th r al  M i| le Cri ���
Five only Ladies' Suits, with silk
lined coats; very smart style. Regular $25.00.    Saturday price   $10.00
Very
kinds.
latest   models   in  suits   of   all
New material, shades of brown,
navy, black and tweed effects. Saturday  price    $26.50
Three only extra large Suits, 44, 46
bust measure; black, brown, navy.
Price $40.00
THE FASHION CENTRE
Big Price Cut in Pall DrcssGoods
T iff''  ���
de      Regular
....     .  ��� ���
50c
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears ��� o
'**0K)*0��KX>O*0*O*O*O*O   )*L-+~*O*U*>O*>0O*K��O*>0*K��0+0
No. 1 Spuds
at
75c per sack
Adams & Deans
GROCERS        Prompt delivery
Ph
one 97
tC*��^0*C4CC
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3 h, Creamery Butter.. $1.00
No. l Mectei
ta Local Honey
Comba 01
Christie's Cream Sodas.,
PHONES 193 and   443
C A. Welsh
iri rnfiQ
(''nulls i.r (lias
35c
25C
25c
For i I       ���::���  '������     ��� work,
ring up 1   I orist,   Ph . ���   L84. "
'->
.
dress  I "   Miss 1
M iss 1
trom .i.i. an,  v. In ... sh
ioi :.     undei       -    a is     of    ihe
,!....      t church      - lv.   an
acco .i    ���       ��� n
.:   the   .ia i.in..-. .  and    ���'. I   also
descri ie man)  ol the
i illar oust mu    of the  ,	
For sale���Seven roomed house,
bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse sta!.. carriage house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner. 192 Klghtti
street "
A  meeting of the City council  will
!-,. lit-i i this evi ning, but the business
to i ome up is uoi exti nslve.   it is noi
;i,.,, , .,-  an adjournment  will
'  ,. taken to Tin - ia..   or Wednesday.
��� go thai thi open the ten
ders   foi      ���     ebeii  ir.       which are
,U|. , rt]scd    to    e  In   b>   Tuesdaj   at
noon.    This Is a i        ;' of verj  con
Blderabli    liu   ��� '  '       '���'   '���"' n:''. "���'
movi n  nt ��� ���''���' "'' thr "''���"
di rs offered in u  mat  ���   Hj  affect his
propoi ed rlsh  to Europi
Win.    '' i mipan;.   havi ned
' ,  ,,    |0| and gents'tailor*
in  the corni r of C il
treets,    In  the
i;i,    tor,        Kwong  On  Wo &  Co.
\H 0 . rec Ive prompi  atten
tion
Information lias been received here
1,,,,,   the annual convention of  It. C.
il    Trustees,    ol    which    Peter
p(, .,, . ,,, president, and which was
,,, have   taken   place    at   Revelstoke
|on nov, 12 and 13, has heen postponed
j,,,, accouni  ol the deferred elections
,,���, Kootenays    and   Yale-Cariboo
������������������������������������������������*������ ^������������������������������������������v* ���������������������������������������������������
HOVEK. HOLD PRACTICE
TO TRY OUT PUYEHJ
a pr ictlce ga , .. Sat-
ai  .Mood\    - i
g th     pre :
live i evi ns oi tue Rovet    an :
. all  those who had b< ��� n i __.���
��� ; did not  turn up, a good game
was    ..red. resulting    in  a   win  tor
Ami- rson's team by six goals to two.
Clute, tlie Montreal forward, who had
been exp cted, was unable to turn up,
and   the  only   ti'v-out     given    uas   to
Rice,   There will be further exhibition
games  before the nexl  league match J
on November 14. *
The Columbian  college  boys wanted  the ground for their cup tie with
the  V.  M. C.  A.,  but  the  Hovers  were
unwilling   to  give  way.   as    there     is
if other ground spine iii   the
park    The manager is quite ready to
assist the Columbian college hoys, inn
the   mi n are  unwilling to  surfendei
ro ind on match days.   The Y.
M. c   \. claimed the game by default.
In : i tii'-ss io the eluh it should he
stati I thul Sandy McLean, late of the
CaJe l< n ins, who ha - slgne i tor the
Thistles   h
him to -een
��� Ity, bul declined.
.��� ���     :   : v. ii other good men are b
ijlati d    with,   an 1   will   BgUl
lati - in the red and blue.
IT IS WONDERFUL
to ehold tho artistic chlnaware we have on exhibition at our stoi
Our setts are carefully shaped after the ideas of high art china-
ware, foreign and domestic.
They are decorated by artists
and sold at less than you'd expect. Sold in odd pieces or In
sets.
THE TABLE
will be graced by such china-
ware and it will help you enjoy
your meals more. Why not improve your home by buying a
set, or some odd pieces that
you may need ? Our crockery
and chinaware i.- certaintly
dainty enough, pretty enough,
and cheap enough.
Call at our store and examine the same.
Public Supply Stores geo adams
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Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,
B.   C.
Prop.
Phone   92.
id   an    opportunity  given 41
ur.. work a!  his own trade  o
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BASKETBALL GAMES ARE
POPULAR AT COLLEGE
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in
taltlng place during thai  week
to,   ,,,- the 1 ostponed convent! in will
h, announced shortly.
The   People's
Grocer
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8
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The First Year Arts team defeated 0
the Faculty  in the inter-class basket- O
ball Berles at Columbian coll ig ��� gym o
Saturday evening by  15 points to 5 ^
'I'lic Becond game was a walkover tor 0
the Commercials,  they  winning from o
the Theologues. by ;'. to 2.    This af- *
last ef ternoon the  Science   team   will   play *.
The Highest
in Quality
The Lowest
in Price
The
Intermediates,
ii'   present   staining
lDVERTISE  IN   THE   NEWSii
MIgB   MUl'Clltt   delivered    111.
llt,;. ires, in s ales of lectures at  tht th
0..era hou8e last evening, when she
B[)0ke ,,,, her travel   in china.   There ln the league is
, i,,..i ;   i house, an I W, E. Mc
,,,Mi   presided.    The   lecture,   which
.vaa  illustrated    by   a   bi ries ol  line First Year Arts ,.2      n
, tlcop sllde3,  d.ait    with    the commercial     2      0
i v;,;t  multltudea of th    Celestial em- intermediate   .... 1       0
Lire now awakening into llfo, and the Matriculation   ...  i       l
lerful   ; ossll llltles   of  th ���  great Science    n       i
She ��-.id  ih it   while  mission- Faculty    it      2
Other agents who caunot meet my rates for Insurance will tell
you that the quality of the insurance my companies give you ls
not as goud. but 1 can prove it is the best, and challenge any of
them to prove a single instance where they have not paid their
losses with promptness equal to any. Investigate for yourself
before placing your insurance, and if it Is a question of value
for your money  I am satisfied you will place it. with tue
team
Points Si or 'il
Won, Lust. For, Ag I
S       10
T       18
were  badly  wanlel   to  evange-  Theologue_ o
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IS
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
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PAGE SIX.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
��� ���
Y   OCT
2-. li
L
S
emi-fitting
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yXM. StJL\s*\a* ���jL |��t^
se coats are beautifully
ta ed and lined throughout. They are made semi-
fitting with skirls which
ha :, well away from the
legs and permit perfect ease
in walking.
In fact, there is the satis-
So!e Agents
Strachan
Wafer Lite
King
HATS
Stetson's
Borsalino
Sackville
SHIRTS
The Metropole Shirt m i
in Londonderry, Ireland, of
extra good quality English
oxford; made for large men
SEE OUR  UNDERWEAR
The Strictly Cash Store
WE SELL FOR LESS
We are showing a
beautiful line
of
Campbell's
Clothing
ra
and
Winter
Suits
Tho latest colors and
American stylos. Made so
that the coat front will
not wrinkle.
NIRDBER 1ST
EXPIATE CRIME H GALLOWS
Sentence of Death Passed on Jenkins    Jury Out for Hour
and a Half    Chief Justice Hunter Rules That Case
Was One of Circumstantial Evidence-
Intense Interest in Court.
���   ti asked to sei  .
dence,
Al'ttr  the        ���   i .
for Sale ���:- To Rent -:- tte. -
 '    aSa'n'       "e   deClal''    ' *       .      .....:.,,..:..    ..
na l     said;      ll   Is   too
Wed -:- lost -:- found    : VEIL PINS and
Ca__    fr.    _, .        T..     n...L .        Ll  _ X T
"Gentlemen   of   the   Jury,   what   say officials,     the   latter   ,ui\in_;   eviden  i
youi   Is the prisoner at the bar, James with regard to the capture and deten-
Jenkms.  guilty  0r  not  guilty?" ilon of the prisoner.
Thi   scene i-- n crowded room ai thej Evidence as   ;..  ihe cause  ol
Provincial   court   house,    where     for was given  bj   Dr. McEwen, of Clovi
foui days a man has been on trial foi dale,   who was  the  first   medica    man
hii   ii-. charged with having commit- to   ������     thi    kk1>  ol  the murdereil  w i-
���������:.-.    of the most dastardh   crimes man     In   his   opinion   au   attemt
in   th.                   of  British   Columbia, rape had   been  made,  but  h,, h,a(j  ,������ '
Tin   . i-idence has all been adduced, a gone  Into a   thorough  examination   In
stron            ence  of   the   prisoner   has I explaining  the ni     of blood
- counsi l, the prose ������ al feet from w ;���. <,��� :||,  ,|,.,,_, B
��� ttin             ���;   has made oui the case -vas found,  Di    McEwen declared
���>..   the i             h   judge has stimmi I thi     deceasi I                  lave     w:
_fu .   an   ; isi nee ol across  the road              ein; assa
and     forty     minutes,     thi Last   Moment   Evidence.
and   tnii        . Eai ly In   he afternoon, Mr. i lassid
i<>   ihe  jurj   box              m  thi '    '           oun                 ,. , rown, aske :
oken by I         fori mi t Ion  o     ;,    co n i   to  pui   n
Ison.          ihe In thi   :.... who h d made an im
irt a free i     i  or  is ��� tanl   statement  in  Bellingham   11
"    ��� ""   ������'|-;  laki n  ',,  this  bj co tnsel
w.  (;.   McQttarrii
i thi fold I        r  th. 	
inn   and     lorn   foi   hi     who put  up n  plea  that  this evldenci
|   ���,"������   bt en   submitted   to  him, and
"Is    the    prisoner    guilty    or    not        '  i.i  consequence he was unprepar
guilty:" ���   '��� ' ���       i
',                    of the jury ���   ���     lengthj   ai guments, the coun
,.  -   ������   thi    Immei        ������ djourned   for half  an   hour  in  order
evelops  upon  him '���      rmii   Mr,   McQuarrie   to  prepare
        li     the .  ' ���'��� led - examination of the witness.
om.    All ���   ���           ���'.-���     upoi On    esuming,  Gustave   Miller,    the
- .        . ii      to utti     thi - I" question, waa placed In the
tf^^****^**^**^**^**^*^^^^^^^^^
.   -     Thi di     casts  a mute
'ii"   jury.
',',:������������       .  . ��� ���    :
���
"Gull--...   my    ord."
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��� .-��� over    1 he
:        :i   ������:,:,: III .1
.
now a i
i     tati
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The   Morning   Session.
ox.    Su '-taiitiall,-,. his evidence   was
��� ���  .['fi.ft    that   wliilr  a  prisoner
convicted of larcenj   with  violence, ai
the   Whatcom  count*,   poor   farm,   he
In    . ,. ,   , ___________________i______________^__________H
I I in.-,  had  been   proved win n tlie lm |.
thi   course  ol   conversation,   prisoner]	
had i nquln d ol hlm \\ hel h -i  he �� mild
i now , they have me," when thej
discussing   the   "scrape"    Into
. :;, r li-t��� I gol himself.    At no time
m as i he murder menl ioned in the
ition.
The Defence.
In   his  opening    address,   Mr.   McQuarrie stand that he had been corned   tn   undertake   the   defence   of
. I   al   short     notice   and
������   his  wish.    Until  the opening
da.  of the assizes, he knew ab ���
|\ noi h og aboul the case excepi whai
d read In the newspapers,   The
prosecuting  attorney   had   had  ample
unit)   to prepare his case,   . t.
ing   been  given  e\ ei..   .,.-.- .stain ���     by
he police officers.
Owing to iii-.- pecuhai   nature of the
hi   atri ici .���  wii h  ia hich it  ��,t.
ed,   and   othi r   cin ... I   ni ���
it  ma.-i  ha 11    ��������� a i     ol an in
sane  I ei -ii.i, ......  I    ��a    ...     .i.i    rea
son   tha .        ked the   ap
point tu. nt ol      1  uacj   ���  ��� sion ol
tu.    experts.      All     the    ...   ors   Had
: thai   hi   uci  tsed  ,\ a     ane,   md
Ial had had to  i.  proi ��������� ded w iti.
. msel     inijne se I upon
: he ji,. j the lai I thai ihe;, must de-
he casi :. on vi lem ���
adduci .1. banishing from tl i-ir minds
ail sentinieiii iagainst ci u people.
!!,. would not atempt to dl pute that
prisoner had been in the i i orhood
at the time the crime v, ��������� .nun. ed,
bui he contended thai i hi t was no
evidence tc conned him directly with
the crime. Nine or ten olher suspicious characters had he n arrested
in rutin.-i tion with I he nun der, which
might have een coiiiinii ti .1 by nny
ui : in.i se.
A sirong point v, ,? madi In connection wiih little Mar.'. Morrison's
i���. Idenci. counsel inilnting out t hal
bul li't le reliance could i. aced u|i-
Dii   childi ��� n's   evidence   n    any   i Ime.
w WTi-.l)-���A nir-   Japanese boy who
understands English, wants position
at    house   work.   Japanese   No.    I
i   ... Sappi .: m, ll.  Asa.
BEAUTY PIN!
AT
: W. C. CHAMBERLIN  Th':"" '
WANTED���Nursing, or dally work b)
English woman,    .Apply Box 937.
iSole Agents for        The  Longlnes   Wai b   '���,'������
and    ilitmiltun Wati-b  M< ���
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4��*��������������������
TO LIST- Furnished bedroom.    Apply j
139 Dickenson stn et, thi   Crescen!. i
WANTEDGood plain    sewing    neal
done    Apply  Mrs. .1. Simpson, Ash
street, P. 0. Box 937.
WANTED���Family washing ���> dozen.
-Applj 2, this office.
WA.YTED���Two dozen tame rabbits,
state price and applj to H"x 175,
New Westminster,
WANTED    By    a    steaflj    ca  penti
work;   wages   reasonable.    Addri
.las. Goodeve,  city, or appl)   al  Mr.
McKay, 286    Coluu    , eet,
Royal studio.
HEATING STOVES
If you want a heater tor Boft ur hard coal i r wi
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks, handsome In appeal
heavy nlckle trimmings.   Also large range of airl .
IXi not forget to cull in and Inspect our 0)
Ranges, the ranges that give real genuine Batlaf
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltdl
WANTED   -\\ hit,   waitress,   good  wa-
.ppl)   rn   West   End   ��� ���   tan
ant.
W.ANTED    Englishman    di siring
settle  in   district,   require     pi
- ��� .... ��� per  or   cashier.   I li
ri ferenc<v,  London,  Englan I.    Posl
Offlci   box 754, Nou  Westminster.
WANTED   Young girl iu mind children.    Apply A. .vi., News office,
have to ^u back before the judge al
Bellingham, Wltnei. had advised him
���ii tell the truth and I rj to clear himself,  whereupon  Jenkins had   replied:
:��� ,.,     the)    has,,   ni"      If
out   ul  i his SCI ���! ������     I
. iiii   no   nion
i ii      v. a     meani     I��>     the
��� ,i     nu'   di fined,   Lull     each
..���a,. nl..    in,i what tin
lalkltiK aboul,   i in parting at  t he
: .        .'��� ��� ool<   iand    wit li
.'���i;,. i line tiro  |iin    on
1 i ���(claiming    "Mj   ' lod,
11 -.: i lWl
i, . .      no
nei i     i    . i    h .i ���   on  the
tan !.  he  !���>' f declared  I hai
eviden ���.    w a
girl ha ! nl.an in. ii a man ,  i ���,  unlike
Jenkin:   a    tne man who ha I murde
'���'I hi : mother.    All e\ i let glv. n  bj
Ion Ison   ������ i tieless,
The    ian    which   the tlflcation
ol  Hi    inn I ��� '   ..iiii'.   had ,1 |n  I he
:' "'            " ���   gone into count el
paiintlii".   oui   thai   ia |    thous-
TO RE.NT   Two furnished front  bedroom.    Applj   Arrow Press, back of
Windsor Hotel, or 287 Victoria St,
near Library.
A 'Phone
Will Bring Coal
-M   can
don'   ���
tier.   Come In
postal card, |
or i all   ii- on
elthi r case
Kind of coal.   Tli
and  cleanesi   :���
vour cellar
WANTED- a   nurse
Jones,
girl.   Mrs,   Dr
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
WANTED   Sales agents.    $36.00
pei
���
III
:
week ur 100 per cent, profll Al
samples, stationery and art catalogue tree. We w nn un" perman
enl agenl In this localitj for the
largi >i picture and fram" house In
America, Experli nee unnecessai j
We Instruct yuu how to s.-ll our
��� and fin nish the capital. If yuu
wain a permaneni honorable ��� I x
Ition, tt rite us lo la *, ���
for particulars, catalogue and  sam      *,
��� ������������������������������������������ ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*<
'      Jr-JrX :-;i-*#!
m
vlnce.     \:   tough   witm admitted!    ' ''' '     Frank \\'. WilllamB Com
that   ���',      h .]  . . (.,l|:||   a(        121 I   w. Taylor Strei t,   Chicago,  I I
tention   to were
ie article. The
..: II
*
We are now booking private
Christmas Cards. Printed Greetings
with your own name.
A beautiful line of samples can
be seen  now   to   select   from.
���   op'     - lie session       n j this luttei
,^M	
'������"'.   Pi rc)   li. Brown aski d that Questioned  by .M      HcQ tat tie, Mil
'���''        ,]l    v-1'"    lhp     i'       -       '     ;���      red  thai hi      at   nol  expeel
1   -      iiai1  made a  .-'���linn;-  mistal  ��� In  ing   an,   reward   for   glvlns   evidence.!
o named M       n ml tha    lenkins-'   tat it was made of a n"ni,"'r ��r wltl"-'K��'J�� was review-
ths man   who had killed  her  mother, | voluntarily.     Wltnesi   showed   bj   his'ed '" '"' ,,,,:'    ' li!' I, who
'"������������'��� i'i    tai    In   wa    convi : ant withI 1",il""1 ( a ���,,, ln   a
^^^^^^^^^^1     - '      I      lll'Ull.
''        '   '���'��� ' police
���';                   nieii ,.,1,1,,.
"    '"' ���      their
ins to run
i heir quai r;    ,,
Til" l:lr'    >����i ��� hole I"
"' ..  linar;. :
llM     Al    :i   w'liimoi  ,.. .���,.   wi.h
:|U hol'��"�� ami trumps. ,-ldence
TO   LET    Hou - keeping   roi ms
i d   or   .''.'    ���,     ed ���
room   with   fine   ..���������'.
Ninth   strei
FOR SALE    Lighi pony can. in ���-     I
condltioi     o    exi hange  fi
Morley,  Vam ouver  road,  Easl   I; u
nahy.
i J. J. MacKay & Co,
��� a   . I
Booksellers
Stationeri
 ,.
f* '       .*\ *A6*f^'
he given anot hei opportunil j to face
the tccused, us t he Jm y consider td
ih- ������      to  which  the little* girl   i, i<l
��� i   ���     mitted   exceptional!)   severe
for a  child  <>i'    tendei  years,    i'hi tl
,i i   : ���   11 miter,  however, declined   io
lierniii Ihis. iiolntlnp oui i hal i hi
had three opport unit ie.   11,1.1'''!    '
mli i.   .
A numbi r of witin ' ���   .
Ini   ,  ��� i"   '   Including   raucli ;o 11
nroun I Hiizi Ini I  I nfl
the law  mi  iii,, subject, although   he
i,;,|   nut
ti'lllng   niaiiiii
emphatically declared thai  he i��*-i ��"' i ""'  ';isl     wi""''s--;.   Mill
i<.    iii
I
l'1"'    inii ments  of
e-i'ti coaxed. I ���"'l',';i1   ' * ,':i'   dli coiinli U,
1 riff Wllllanis, 1.1  Whatcom num     "' :'" '       :i his 0
led, dec ,1   ihai   he   kn.-vt    '"'"" evi,,e"('e. ���' ' 1 , an   >s
ll- bad nol  in    '""''"       ,'""1'
Iruch 1,        enure    , yldence I "llboul  ""' ,"""il
igaln :,..,. 1 |mo
What  ���   1!   wn
���i!  !     aid ���	
thai   Mil . |n   u,e J
F. CRAK
VB ST MIN STER EMPLOYMENT p. 0. Box 474.       Tel   53 Res   429
v;iA( 5    ' Qder ""w management, Estimates   Submitted
266 Columbia Btr* et, Phone -,;':. P.O ^
box 807.    Can Bupply yuu  with all .. Wc.stm ln.ster..        1 L*rl
kinds of help    promptly,    free   of _ Enelish   WatcnHl3KC>
charge.   Branch office, 107 Cordova fl RON ttA/A_PU'-Q amam. r.rl
street went, Phone A 2750, Vancou- B,*Wri ��Bwnn3
ver, B. C.
Two   door*   from
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
'aVroucjIit    Iron   Gates,   l-ences,   Crest-
ings,   Balcony   Railings, and
Fire    Escapes.
Ceo. Ada""'
Ladtoi'OoldWatet--WatcM.
'
from
r<
Qentlemen's   ^i:''''r
fare,  16.00.
Oentlemen'a Silver Wa
case, $7.50 up.
HI "tl   ill    I 111
A      irons
Soiitb jj
and TRANSLATORS General Machine Work and i Agent for the ceiebrated^u" j
Male   and  Female   Help   Promptly Rl if kcmitu.ua W;i'  ' '
Furnl��hed BLACKSMITHING (
'COLUMBIA    and    McNEELEY   STS.,   Chains,! s"n''
  NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C. 0ffice  a,1:J   Work!! .,    t
""^ Phone 431. P.O.Bo��886 I'dltll Str(!!!t,    ���      \(!W WllSlIllillfJiCr ahle. *-SO*vm W��S7m//v<;Tr*
 Pl/9/y ���
*or suBo/y/s.'orr or.
,^*M.��^��xn-^��y_^, s^sfcej.^^;.
���'  T2*
 - '������ " ... .
.....
If Jos. Martin
from the pres    I   lolitical contest and buy one of our  5-acre
:"-: tnd Suburban Villa Sites he would save his   deposit   and   vve
would him a patriotic Liberal.   He could set out his farm  in  prunes
and r       ' ���aloes between the rows for  the  next   five   years and   make
to pay for his land and put up a   good   solid   platform   on
tand for his "_ exi political fight announced.
e already disposed of over 250 acres and our subdivisionlhas
the markel a few weeks.    This fact sneaks for itsi
- ' ���    nlj subdivision   ffered which eel  m with
hilliwack tram, now in course of active constn Pake      hint
��� -..".:.��� all other apple grove or orchard propositions claiming:frontage
*  e. tramline.   Old liscarded trial lines don't count.
ibdivision is
ie surpassed.
two miles from town and for suburban   villa
... $100 or even $50 per acre for fruit farms from ten to twenty
larket when you can secure better land at the same price right in
sight    1     best market in R. C. and on the finest road in the country.
' why buy where you would have to take a train or steamboat  to
reach yi ir farm in order to avoid an all-day drive in the cold, over muddy
when a 5-eent fare on an electric tram or a comfortable drive of only
minutes over a first-class road will land you right in (he heart of our
ibdivision and at your own door.
re's no mistake.   We offer you the best chance that has hoon given
this y<    to make money and you should not neglect  the opportunity,    flu
rails are now on the ground and when the trams commence
jump right up.
opportunity,     i ne
running prices will
���"here is no reason in tho worl.
ithin a very few years.    i
why land here should
ou'll never buy so cheaply.
not reach $500 per
\
AC1
at mice.
carriages go over every day
ir to drive over.
lay.   Any hour will smi us.   It only takes
minion Trust
LIMITED
T. R. Pearson, Manager
New  Westminster,  B. C.
I
Also for sale at HALE BROS. ^ CO. and
PACIFIC REALTY CO.
Follow directions
Soap and know ho\   perfect! -    p
imply because il ISp -     ti I ������ tWng
that will injure the
Five Cents A Bar
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
E
GILLETTS
ABSOIUTECTPURE
CREAN
l*A%R I_A_fCe
Nearli ill g.* . . in this line at th*
prtser.t lime are adulterated and in
fact unfit lo use.
CILLBT"5 is used by the best balersaed
catertri t-jerywhere.
neruse   substitutes.
GlLLETT'y r, .it; no more than the inferior
n ' ������ ' i '
���lll'USE      SUBSTITUTES.
E.W.GILLETT^r^
TORONTO. ONT
I   ll-        ��� : '   .-,    aij .,
Uatr
���
ii .   ��� Irci ��� tie y
mil    th
'
I !
tslon   thai   tr
i
'ii--.,   am!
videm e was clear in   I
Mu- unfortunati   woman
with
some Mum Instrumei        I"
I - -��� B   iwn,  was
point,    Nexl.  how.' The
"i Pepin,
municipal   -
poa-
ilon; thai knife was clammy   and
 -������ .' wel   with   bl thai  unless    the
'         " ���:.-   was    ' -,   mirai
to the conclusion
i ��� : imlt   th..-  murder.
'ion   was,       h jvas   tin-
To
HHIF.HERE MURDEREK
SENTENCED TU DEATH
l from Page Six.)
i
���'-''��� ���'��� !
en to esc * ,    on
���    ...  ,
��� ���
Icted     - ���..
            evldenci.
tlnlze   and
tory of
'      ' In    ' -      -    fun       McMurphy, the
conclu reman
���li,
in
Tele*pho>-
P. O.  Box 66i
Wing Yuen  Co.
LADIE"?    AND   GENTS'   TAILO'RS
Suits made to Order.
Colli"-'
and   Mclnness   Streets.
1
SAY!
groce
'
���
 'i    of
Idi     lini'-.
--���
on ;i cl vagrancy,
knife,
: ' te an ln-
.   ���  .     .   . .
nn;- -     might
���
i.  hon
ill   i
i ������:   i. fe In the in-
Iven away,
'        ' or d Tom ac-
McMui poke
about the mai id thej had
...
murdi sairt
���   ���
ni i-   found
..   -.   i   nf
���
to  tl
C      I
���
-
' ���        ... led a
lalf.
Evening   Sess'D
���
' '    '        tha       man could
���     ������ ...
Fir ..       ���
igaln.    Thi
-
. itie   ol a *-���'
man must ,��� n
lti   .   llff - ll had ahol
'     " '        ���   '     |,   .        ani        rhe ' ;;iU in
��� ���    referr   ,
-���imp.
... ������
'    ' "        ' uthori
Queensborougrh
General Store
LULU   ISLAND.
���
holde
-
full
Choici    r'"  ti ��������� os   de-
"     McQuarrie,
legal
���   ���   ���    read
towi]      - ii [lnar
  -;":     Hav.
;'        ' ' ' case
 ���   though no * an
led ti leading
I  ��� Idei
��� ���. -        ���      ���      tiding on
.... i . ...      i
.
- ���.     . ...
i.      | ......
hini   ������ white
H. Crane
Proprietor.
���   .-. ...
'Phone  146.
"THE
WJlUBLE.
n-Uart ��a��k
I
livered to any part of the City. 75c per whoe
Sac*-- -.    i.-,,| a.--,,.;, :,    bin -:th re
gard to the pai
���  ti a hole
��� m, that, th-- man
Morrison had a hol '
and ���     t thi   prisoner   '
had now   been The
man who conn; tti i      Ier had
a sharp Instrument,   v.
with the knife found near
'I' **vas pos-
��� I  niii-ht have co*  on it    in
i). (mt the
. vlden ��� knife,
that were not
many   black handli 6 -the
-inula- si;"'. ������  ���     ���
������    an l with roken
��� the handle.
Could Circumstances Coincide.'
.    .. ���   n. rn,.
  ���   from th1'
��� Wi 	
until a". ��� vagrancy
....
jury  had  I
'
Bible   ��� 	
could
,
���  -;-. ��� ������ ��� on wl!    ���
....  fan ���   . ��� ��� .���-���<.���
...     ��� man        Mr    Ca    Id
������ ���  ��� - '   ui
Judge  Sums Uo.
His                             t half ani
BUtnmii ! he poll
necjtit voihtf
UJHlJIllYOtfal
us not. ser^Ai
jnct ���**ml
lilt.
FOR SALE BY
II��M1 & CO.
A   i.irdman,     A.James    J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Strwi    Trust Blocl
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
SPECIAL  ELECTION  TICKETS
General election round trip tl
will he sold for single tare    On Bale
O. I  -tth. 26th and 86th.   Qoo I to n
i up io and Including net -v'':
THANKSGIVING   DAY.
Tickets win be on   sale   Nov, Tth,
Sth and Bth, Good to return up to
and  Including Nov. llth, at one and
on   third rate tor the round till'.
Circumstantial  Evidence.
With  regard to tl ' mce  thai
In the vicinity   on
.Tun.  9, the man v i     olng down
the t-ael. on th    la oi  the murder,
and   his trai ed   to
the tii      I ed on June 12
line.    The
;,. ...
man was In  - the mur-
He was
,....��� h, the
englni ��� ���
1 .-;     i
'   ' ���
If thi ' hi.
'
'
'
continued.   It was '     Uttl   Mor-
���   girl had plcki
Bellingham  Jail  from    seven    or
' eight, but ��� another pre
senl  who led him.    Thin- saw
what happened the ; revtou
not only failed to recognlzi   the
1 id and third time,
she had beei to him, and
I  at hlm  a long  time,  and  had
identified   another  man.      Thai   evi-
ignition was   altog
I ingerous.   l* was a oas.- of clr-
tantl deni    pure and simple.
must  Bnd   -I'm    "ne fact or set
���    ���.  proved, tli it
not mei ��� ent with guilt,
' but in an- hyp >Uii sis in
consistent with Innocence. There were
the  f< the knife,   clothe
fin;.... ���lii-iii closel) and
carefully, and If thi >  found the
with    Inn
nie*.   Thej  musl l
-
the gu ��n, other-
the law   saya In  lta humanity,
naj  i* Is  not  pro
ven."
Miller's   Evidence.
  Mull
Tha law   permitted  voluntary
��� <    ' ���
:;���,.  I
a. re  sur-
led I -i who were advei
t!i. lT   - ��� if  Miller, who  had
it that H 	
anil ',   n com       ' t of a i rlme.and
. .      ���     itreci on polnl _ ol tan
to find on ]
i ���       were onlj  three    erdl      on
f that natui      hich i oui I b
... or
an acquittal    The jurj h i l
'. ���   tui of a '    -'ii''  thai
Jenkins ra teraenl  to him <m
June 22, tl ��� of which were
��� onlj  had th
he ���  ��� ii llltj of the ��
o note th< nothing to pin
it to thai charge,    '"    ���   was nothing
i   ���      ii th     ��� Mind murder, they
of  in  thai      '��� menl  to  pin   thai crime
the   i"'   ; I    con ��equ< m
motlvi
to .inn   ''    To sum up, were the facl i
turn  u verdict,  or    trom
sympathy,    or    bei -
.   -.lews about capital punlshmeni
HIS lord��hlp then read  the sections   '":l1
,,f the criminal code dealing wlthmur-
ler and  manilaughter,  pointing
sufflcii nl   to  com cl   the  num.   were
J
, m|Ch   the tad    itrong enough beyond rea-
to   say     this   wa
i,. not let them have any ob-
q I,, convlcl  because som.'   of
I   t i.'in might objeel to capital puniHh-
nient.     Sii'h   was   the   law,  and   Buch
he hoped would lie tho oase for many
��� I that   murder was  unlawful    domicilii
For furthei UBrtlcuiars ana reservu- with malice aforethought, ami   man*
I'eni apply Islaughter unlawful  himldde  without  W ���� r(,n>c*   T,l0J'    ;,nl "" w""
BD. GOULET,     malice.   On the evidenca thej  should ^mm* by ^
*- .-nt  New Weatpilniter.'have no difflouity   in coming to the
or to B. .1. COYl.E, conclusion that murder and not man-
Asst. (Jenl.  Pass. Agt.   Vancou vor.  'slaughter had  been  committed,    and
Objections   Raised.
Mr.  Cassidy objected  to the
,.u tn-
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Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
W       ADVERTISE       -K��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILV       NEWS
ii/uLLLinEnt iMJifiiMttit
SENTENCED TO DEATH
(Continued trom Page Seven.)
mlng up ;u two i r three particulars.
I He was noi i-;i;i.-iii'.l with "one fact
or sei ... fa, -." nnd v, Ish 11 his lordship to i harge tie jurj thai the facts
should  . e look. |  upon In iheir r< la.
tion     an il ier.    The judge aald
his  direct Ion   ivii    clear.    Mr.  i lassld ������
.   \. as   I in'.i     should   ' e
taki ii  In t Heir cumulative effect,
Mr. ���        tl    also contended thai  h ���
:    . ��� i' nee,  as   wel] us  cir-
cun rom    '       of the  chil I,
and  thai    :     facts about ihe cloi lies
did noi  reduce themselves to circum-
stant ial e\ ldence.
The judge said in tils position as adviser to the jury, in his judgmenl it
was a case of ci cumstantial evidence,
Mr   i 'Kssidy also objected to Ihe r<
flection  passed on  Miller's evldi ni ���-.
Jury  Retired.
Th    foi -in.*. , o!  the jury, Percj   B.
Brown,  having  ha I   pan   of  the  evident ��� ��� read  ovi     again,  the jury    re-
tjlri il al   9:2.)  p.  m.,  and   were away
I till i i |i. in.
Amid    bn al 11     "    in    the
cr    I i on        i   eturni      tha foi
:   ill,.   . ���   k  nf   the
peaci . s lid :'v      5   found the prison-
| er guilty.
Prisoner's   Stat,_iment.
Asked whal  he had to sa\   why he
,. . ild   it ���      ���      entence I      iirisoni r
made  a Ion ement, more i speci
ally about ie witness Miller. The
statemi i. m led gi'e;itl\. but in it
.;..��� ha i ��� .���; i lie had noi done those
thing - - ; li ii was spoken by wit
nesses,  ami child  ha I  failed    to
i i.lentil>   hini  as the  man.    He would
! like   the   �� ii a- ssi s     to  prove    those
i things  of which they  had  spoken,  as
it   was  customary,     lie  had not   been
fairly treate!   :���>   the peopli   in    the
Bellingham gaol, and he -.ave no provocation,    li-  claimed that he had been
persecuted in the Provincial gaol, and
had been assaulted by a man. the warden not  sa\ Ing anything to him.    He
Mas not   wearing a   [lack, but a red
and  whiti   stripped shirt.    As to  the
knife, he had sold it for 50c at Clov-
erdale, putting i;   back  in hi., pocket
and later losing it.   He had been "en-
jo; ed '   i.\   many   people,   hut s. vei al
witnesses were "audlcous" (malicous)
I towards him, "and I would .ask for the
j mercy of the court    *    *    *    if mercy
i can lie given."
Jenkins neitIn .1 nor adn   '���
the crime.
His lordship, alter heann
er's statement, said thi re was on .
mie sent..nei. the law permitted him
;o pass undi , hose circumstances.
All the ' -.iii. in . mil pa p< rs would be
i senl tn Ottawa, and they would have
m sa.\   wii, ��� |   be  done.    What
it was  for pris      to do was to
pare for the life to come.
Sentenced   to  Death.
"The sentence of the court for tnis
crime Is thai vou be taken hence to
i    - ,   ""-if   to   lie  ilil.ii"-
ed till Friday, the 18th day of Dei
! ber,  and   from   there you    Bhall    ,u
taken  to the place of execution    an-
, hanged by the neck tin yuu are d<-; I
: Remove   the   prisoner."      This    vita
I done,
Exchange of Courtesies,
On behalf of the jurj, the fo
thanked  his   lordship  for  the .'
ance i iven    liem  by  him,  an
for   in   inlet   to be e.xcm ed  I
tin r .i tendance   during   this   _
Thi y also v     ��� I to aclcnou I ��� I
comfort     u i'enii are   ...
been pn   M< d   ij t he uul hor I
i ��� had  been  ���
e'lled,
Thfe ju aid it   was the du:\
iii,. authorities to provide ailequat-
i onvenlence for the jury. It wa- i "
custom  to ri       e them from fin th':
jiattendance afti ��� a trial of tha! ���
acter.   He congratulated them ���
way  in which  they    had    perfi
: their duties and discharged them
further attendance.
During the time the courl was i
itylng,   a   .Mian-,   man   named   Russell
fainted from the excitement an i
I
sure,   bu;   iv.i-    soon    revived.
courl resumes tomorrow al 11 a.
j____a_E_Si
--.- i
MUCK RAKfRS HELD
STAGE ON SATURDAY
I Tories   Indulged   in   Vain   Hopes���'���'
Bride   Rehashes  Bowser's "Jap.v--
ese Invasion" Roorbach.
i.... muck  t a ke  was   much   iii
di nee at the ��� Ipera hous e on Sa      lay j
��� ,. ning, when a galaxy of Tor
, ed themselves into a mutm
miration   societ),   must   oi   I he vi    al |
bouquets    being  aimed  al   one   i   D
Taylor, who made an alleged poi
��� ch.
John A. Li'-. said to be a Consi t  ���������
tive   iy choice, separat ���>! hlmsell from
consldera ill   talk, most of which consisted  of  the  repetition of explodi d
slanders against   the  Liberal  novern
a,- ni     li   is. presumed  that   Mr.  Lie
; will  waste    Iiis   vote  in a    hopi ���
cause  today,   judging   by   the   nature
of iiis remarks.
In the ' ourse of his spei ch, Hon, Dr.
���   ia lane-il     Hi ���   fai I   that
constituency needed a man at Ottawa
ilia; could do thing! .afterward    "
Ing  the  ridiculous assertion   thai  Mr.
i;,   lor was such a man
Premier   McBride   a rlvi r ids
tli,. end  of i a -  me I ng,  v. In n  I
.  i in   [irophecii s t s  t" the   ;���
rn' the   'lection.    He alarm. 1  th ���     i
dience  by  forecasting  the defeat    ol
tin   Li eral candidate in thi.. district.
In th< .... m his spi ��� eh. the
preiuii r of the province di ��� nded to
��ani In elei ' I ictics by , cee il Ing as
i'n t an interview with an unknown
Japanese published in th.- Seal tie
l'i. concerning his Inteni ion iq t ry
and secure a permit to Introduce coolie labor Into this province.
*���* ������!_���.
'* Electric Railway Service f
Vote   for  Jardine   and   New   West-1
minster  will   be  a   greai   commercial!
ci ntre.
t
Interurban   Line.
��� Cars   ,'nr   Vancouver   and wav
��� stations  will  run  every half-
��� hour   from   5:50  a. m. Last
��� car l**��ves at 11  p.  m.
.*���<    (Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
���
���*.
*>       t'ars   leave the  depot    every
#
��� twenty  minutes   for  both  Sap-
���JS*
4    ', erton  and  city limits over the
#
h   fit.,  line.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
* ���
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram ��� H     V      I FWTHWAITF
office on the bour, twenty mln- ��� ���*-**'���    �����    *-*��* TT 111 fT AI 1 J__
utes after and forty minutes af- * CABINET MAKER.
ter, commencing at 6:20 .a. m. ^ ("Three  years  With ,1. A. I.ee.)
4 has jusl  opened    and    soliciis    your
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave * patronage    Furnlture   ,���,���,���    {Q    m
at ten minutes after the  hour, ��� gpec|a]   dwIgn.   off,ce  ^   ^   ^
half past and fifty mtautes after ��� ,,,,.fw.  ���,,  ,.,,,,     , ,,,. .,
1                                           ��� ������ * i tines,   all   kinds nt   tiniiilure  repaired,
the  hour,  commencing  at  6:80 | ^m class Workmanship.
i D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Sunday Service   hait-nouriy h��- a Workshop: 26 Alexandei St.
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. (Ci'tj Carriage Works.)
f. ' P.   O.   Box  304.         House  Phone   B 29.
HOUSE RENTERS
WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE ?   | ���
ammmmWmSii: __flM__H_J!MHn^^^
$.30.00  ii nis  new  modern  ", veiling  on  Sixth avenue.
$25.00 rents <ui Fifth avenue, ,;   ,,. ern,
$22.00 :��� nis mi Agnes street, 6 room     lern, jusl renovated.
$20.00 rents 5-roomed cottage on  Fourth  street, modern, fine lot,
$20.00 renta on Columbia street, neai Crescent, G rooms,
$18.00 rents on St. George street, 6 rooms, modern.
$18.00 rents  7-roomed  house on Third avenue,
Do It Now, Ladies!
(let   ; luil   piece     o
.   i I od a j
Don'i    leave    ii
Chrl      u won
t hen
K. Morey & Co.
have   i   vei;.     good    i in,,.      of
boxes     in     ,, ,,,, ie:      ,;,   ,  n
Boxes    are   ihe   mo I   popular
things    for    burning      ,���.      i
they are the  most  useful.
See Our Window
Display
No Better Values in Ladies\
Coats   Than  Our Specu
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Line at Slo.oU m, ^
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You will say they are extra stylish and excellent value at the price.
At this price we place on sale 25
Coats in plain broadcloth and dark
coating tweeds.  Made in semi-fitting   C
J^
and loose backs. Gibson effect, You
can have your choice of trimming or
strapping. Buttons, velvets and also
braids are used in pleasing designs.
All sizes from 32 to 42 inches.
*"'iT . **
An Excellent Line of
Ladies' Tweed Skirts
$6.50 Each
Dark colored tweed and homespun      In    In   ln\
stripes and fancy mixtures.    In :hi.. special lot an
plaited and plain gored with strappings and folds of &am.
skirts; materials are all wool, thoroughly   shrunk and  pei
Ished i hroughoui. all Bizes.
Each $6.50
Boys' Jerseys
at 50c each
Regular 6_: and 75c.
An odd lol ol  boj ' - weater
rn- Jerseys in - woo]
In shades of na\ j and cardl
sizes are broken,  bui   you
still cl      a size for an;
from four to twelve, In either
one color or the other. Your
choice while they last, each 50c
Corded
Velveteens
50c to 65c per yard
A material which keeps grow.
inK in favor. It wears well and
made up it has a most dressy
appearance. Used for boys'
suits, nirls' coats and ladies'
costumes, We show it In -fhadeg
of navy, brown, cardinal, firey,
lawn, green, purple and cream,
in various sizes of cords; per
van!    50c. 60c and 65c
Warm Gloves
and Mitts
Ladies'  and  Children's
The touches ol cold weather which come and ;���-
phasize the aeed of warm gloves or mitts.   Our ���
is showing this season man)  net.   llm     which   ;
taughl us were thi   kin la desired.
Boys' and girl ' mitts, In black and colors; per pair 20c to 5t
Boys' and iiitls' gloves, in plain colors and fancj  -
pair
20c tc
Ladles' woollen gloves, in all popular colors; per pait 25c to 7-.
Woollen wristlets, cream only, made to protect    wrist
Most comfortable for wearing with  short  sleeve wai-'
Children's  Knitted and
Plain   Cloth  Gaiters
Cream: black and plain colors, in all sizes; per pali 35c to/;
The Best of Flannelettes
in Plain Colors and Stripes
Ail weights are to be found  in  this  -election ol  our    laple department,     For
handh !  certain   well   known make   of Kngllsh  flannelettes    weaves which we can recomt ���
extra wearing qualities     VVi   -im..    peclal weights and patterns adaptfl  '���
ii   ' ���    hirt and underwear; per yard 	
Plain  ��� an.l ci 'am ll.anni lette     pei  yard  	
drting       i       cri;       ind Hanni    I      h    pi    yard.
Union Blanket
Sheeting
'I'll'- n m old homespun hee Ini
which is famous for Its special wear
Ing qualities;  seventj    Inches    wide;
per   van!    ?--��0
FLANNELETTE
SHEETING
68 and 72 Inches Wide
Bei i English und C anadian    I   i
Ilrm and Kofi finish; medium and  h
'"���'������. .   ].< r  yard   	
1   - ���
.40c '
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I *. . - phone '���<      '   -1 Oc>
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