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 pe, Mules & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
0i WESTMINSTER, B.C
WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   FRID\', OCTOBER 9,
1908
K FURTHER RESTRICTED
M Bride's Alien Pet I* Alarmed at Great  Privileges Enjoyed by Westminster Fishermen ��� Hints at
Stringent Regulations and More
Persecutions
ABANDONED.
��tl LED   EY   LOG.
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
FIVE CENTS PES COPY.
 _._ - .....     ������
I   Lac-    Lett   to   Tender i New West
I
At    :
the
p  i; .in Imported .alien  <lay nigh:  from his annual trip to the
... expert and com
...- since had the
government with
-.
. er river iisherles,
i ui i to that ad-
, i: blindly follow.
..-.
. triment of the West
out  advocating
ion   stringent regu-
...
���in
headwaters of the Eraser, whither he
goes each year to observe the salmon
as ihey reach the spawning beds. He
give, nn interesting account, of hi . o i-
servations from which it will be seen
that while the catch of Balmon this
year has been greater than was ex-
pecti d or appears to bi usual In an
'off' year.yet the number of flsh which
' reached the spawning grounds was
advantage of|njosl disappointing,  and the hatcner-
r<-tes   ol   Strangers.
eetlng of the West-
society   held   in
yesterday af-
W. A. Duncan was
It.   C  j.   south, su-
.'" I inti :. -,���- ���   ,,    . ,
ni mver Chlld-
'���  . nee   to an
was abandoned
ren'f
in thii
father,
minster Man   Meets  Violent
Death at  Nanoose Bay.
Ni ..
of th'
Ived  here   ���   ; rdi
iccidi   -      i.   mi nf Isaac Hon I
a youni ,   ,.. ������   ,-,, :        ,,    .  .,.
'���''>" crushed   bj    i   Milling
���������'-' ��� Bay, Vancouve   I land
on   Tn. fti moon, dying - hortly
after in \-an llmo    Qeceaae I ��� :,
*   residi ni   .,-   Westminster    for  the
months ago by ItsjP*18 3, but for some months
Mrs. Hakkela, a I P-,sl   :' ���'  ! ���       working  at   Nanoose
Vv"nii"'     ' een   looking  after iT<-'
the lad .-
inform'.;
LABOR POLICY RECORD Of
THE !*��!��!�� GOVERNMENT
Work Accomplished by Liberal Administration at  Ottawa
for Cause of Labor    Salient Features Reviewed -
Creation of Separate Department of Labor
Under Special Minister Proposed.
John   \..   of   Ninth
twelve weeks,!-5"' *'' city, and William, of Tor
onto,     .nil   two   sisters,   Mrs    Emma
Babcock is emphatic les  secured  but
f th.   officers of the
80C,et3     ' ���"  received no pay-
""'''   : *'     '-   thi   child,    and
tha1 3he ha<- ' edge of the pre-
!s""!  whel   shouts oi th,   fa,her,    who
left *'"��� '"   s" th eai     In July
pa- lng i ��� a ���.,,, ���,    .
""' :-'' '      "   ol      . rtaln amoiim of
r""'il"   '���   in,   -    ip   i   the atten-
!i"" "' - ������  ���   the ������'<!-
bor
done
We have done for the cause of la- imml ;ra I m from the Orient, and tm-
whal   no   other  government  has   migration   from   India   in   particular.
I  shall  take the first opportu-
tion witl
��� the Fraser river eggs  tor propagi
,-ing too many priv.
...us to "adopt addi*
to ensure the Btock.
, ng beds."
h emanating from
I ,. g a  command  to the
anient, Bahcock speaks
���  oi the trap owners,
must  be respected.
v.,;. city    last    Friday,
on bi half of the Conservator   Federal   honors,
���,.- -. ���    Mcll Ide,   after Indulging   ln
ured bis good friends
������, ��� : ��� ��� i ���       Hal   he  was  sorry   for
hi   would be willing to
Ion with thorn." In-
Implored  them not   to
:,    il ins government upon
ol his fractious disciple, J.
: Ti
:,;.       wi     a.-iile i  Premier  Mc-
stei   of Fisheries Bow*
ner hav ...    11 condescended to re-
.: n solutions passed
at a mwilng of    fishermen   several
tci P ninnds for better
tli   Victoria authorities
����� ��� A   promise   of further
'������������        i   will  probably  be  made
ittomi tuturi political meeting, these
cheap cstcl     ti   schemes  being  ea-
pedall* populai with tho Conservative
la   province   and  its
��� ��� rs.
W Is i unlikely  that   Ban-
on thai  more stringent
���-��� .   ��� nforced on ihe Fraser
lowed to grow old be-
led upon by tho Conser-
���    mi ut.   The combine will
Dill this.
meagre million of: J"1"'11"1' "   was taken
in purposes.
"From ibis Mr. Babcock draws i
conclusion   thai  the    regulations
present   in   force  an- not  sufficiently
restricted if the supply of salmon i-
to be kept up.    Discussing the ques
a Colonist   reporter yester-1
BASEBALL SMOKER 15
SURE TO BE POPULAR
B ig .���..-. of Ninth  street, ami Miss An-1
nie   Hood   of  Newfoundland, the   n'ty t0 lubmU t0 my colleagues that
only   ,,.;,;    relatives   surviving.       De-  the   time  has  come   when   we   should
��- :'   native  of Ray   Rob, 'tS.jhave  a   department   of  labor   under   a
separate   minister,
i rier  at   Berlin.
��� :    prob -.   .  at- i
The' wewfo indlan I   and   a  raemhi
accounts and���***��� '���   x'   ''-'���"��� N'ewi Westmin   ���
ue :
-Sir  Wilfrid   Lau-
tc':.: ��� ... i il in :��� bod>   ��� hi   '���  11
bcin.   ��� ������ ight   - ��� -.-
W, ���
DELTA HlliHWAY ACTION
WRONGLY INSTITUTE!!
i i"i Regulation of the Immigration
branch of the Departmenl ot the Interior, requiring immigrants to come
"; ',;,!| la bj direct passage ou a
throug . Ucki . to h ive In their ;..
���  Si i Bum of money, and
other like requirements,
T.i'-   enactmeni   ot   legislation   and
the adoption of measures  to protect
the health and life of workingmen and
���am.  department of labor under women, so far as action along those
own  minister makes it  timely to lines wsb within the power of the Do-
recall the mon salient features of the : minlon. as for example:
essive labor policy, of the Laurie  !    ���**���-��� T*ae  investigation,  under royal
fhe   ai ���     acement   by   Sir   Wilfrid
Laurier of bla determination to create
rnment  since 1S.6.
Here
tney
. commission.   In   1898,   into  the death
I"
"* Trap Rabcock discovered the
���Iof mon   p. rsecmion against  ilie
fishermen after making
��� tnp np-rivpi  last  week, and unbos*
mi hiram ll  io ;,  Colonist reporter
 ihe Capital City,   i.ie
the   interview   is    here
I    li
|Pv��Il;
r ii
ock returned on Mon.
day. Mr. Babcock said:
'������1 returned from the headwaters o|
lie Fraaer yesterday in order to clean
up the tiles of the department, after
which I .-hall go back to the river for
a lime. 1 went up the river, as 1 d )
every year, to ascertain as nearly as
possible the number of sockeye watch
reached the spawning grounds. The
number whicli successfully evaded me
traiis and nets and gained aceesa to
the extreme headwaters of ihe Fraser
river this year was greater than in
anv "off" year since I have heen familiar with the conditions. At Fort
George, the Indians captured more in
one. night this last August than they
caught all the season last year. The
run to Chillicot lake was most promising. The Chicotin Indians were
very successful. They took over 20,-
000 with their dip nets" in August.
They have not taken so many in any
year, except 1905, in the las, seven
years, Last year and in lfu6 they
caught lint few hundred. They had
good fishing this year for fully two
weeks
"'Considering thai the catch In both
the Sound and the gulf and lowei
Fraser w.as much greater this year
than last, and even better than four
years ago. and that the regulations
on the Fraser were more restrictive
ihis year than last, ihe run to the
spawning ed-._ Is most disappointing,
li would appear that the new regulations were not as drastic as has been
charged, that they are not yet sufficiently restrictive to Insur. the perpetuation of tl:���- industry, thai we are
still catching too many flsh and must
adopt additional measures to insure
ihe stocking of the spanwninc iM-ds."'
Committee  Na'ned  tc  Arrange  Attrac' Justice   Clement   Decides   that   Action
tive Program for Nicotine Feast���  . ,     Shou d l-Uve Been 3rou3ht Against
finances   in   Fair  Shape. '        V.V. & E. by Attorney -General.
Preliminary arrangements for the
holding of a smokei under the auspices of the Westminster Baseball
club towards the end of -.his month
wen made al an executive meeting
yesterday .vening, a strong committee being named with instructions to
draft i program am! secure a suitable
hall wh. i.  the Bmokefest may be held.
from diphtheria  of workmen  employ-
establishment of a Department G<**    ",K'n    the   construction   of   t.he
L Crow's Nest. Pass railway.
The publication of a monthly jour-'    (2) Tni? enactment, in 1899, as a re*
' iwn  a- the Labor Gazette. su" "' the Investigations of the royal
The  abolition of  the  sweating  ,-ys-   commission Of 1898, of an Act for the
in  connection   with  Government j protection of the health of employees
tem
The    decision to hold a po3t-season attornev-general.
Justlci Clement has thrown out the
case brought by the municipality ol
Delia vi reus the V. V. & E. railway to
force the latter to provide a n--w highway before taking possession of a certain section of the old Ladner road to
be used for right-of-way purposes. His
honor's reason for so doing was on
account ol the action being brought by
the wrong  parties, instead of by  the
smoker was arrived at after an audit
ol the finances, when I: was discovered that the club i.s in need of a few
dollars to break even and pay off a
tew outstanding debts, the proceeds
of the licotine feast being devoted to
this   laudai/le   purpose.
Promises of assistance from a num
ber of local anistes have already
been secured. It is proposed to have
a boxing exhibition as one of the. star
attractions of the evening, there being several exponents of the noble an
It appears that the railroad company, after securing possession of
the- old road and laying oui a new-
section, unsatisfactory to the settlers,
showt l very little regaTd toi the Ini
teres-- ot the landowners, and neg-
],-r-���(] to settle regarding the purchase pric-.
A shor' time ago the municipality
brought suit for the owners to compel the railway company to vacate
the old premises until such time as
a new road, fn e from   all    encumb-
se.lf defence in this city anxious to i ranees, might be prov.ded  This action
demonstrate their ability in the  ring
.' fore an appreciative audience.
The smoker will not he held until
after  the Dominion elections.
FUG QUESTION AGAIN
DISCUSSES BY TRUSTEE.
Minister of Education Will  Be Asked
for  Definite Instructions���Canadian  Flag* Not  Ordered.
was also thrown out  by  ihe court.
George E. Martin, legal representative for the land owners, received
notice yesterday morning that measures would lie adopted to appoint ;i
successor to the late .lodge Cane for
ihe ar iltration board, while i is further understood lhat the railway com-
I pany intends proceeding with tlie expropriation of the land, the owners to
be paid in accordance wilh ib
of the hoard.
rulins
Wm OffERS TO
SU PUNT TO MEN
IW
eary of Constant Friction,!1 "
Englishman Is Willing to
Step Aside.
I
I
'- - ileloguti :��� re
of the ii' sat
-    I*'ut ti, - . Whitloj
] JUNGLE EXPOSURE ARE
FORGOTEEN IN EUROPE
London. Oct, ,*-.- A report lias been
i urreni In this city that the London
representatives oi a Chicago Arm ha-
commlssioned  by  certain  con
tlnenta] countries to Becni'e 20,000,	
pounds ot canned meats for army purposes,
Thi manger "t ihe Arm In question
was Bpokl n lo. ,.n I said thai neg ���
tiations wi ie pending to supply n llm
lti .1 amounl of rations to a continental country,   uu thai  the umouu!  re*
Fur Companies in Political Fight.
Regina,  Oct,  I.���Word comes  from
the north that the election in the pro-
Tlie question ol flag Hying over the vlnclal constituency of Athabasca has
put,lie schools ot ibis citj again came j resolved Itself Into o Btruggle tor snap ioi discussion at a meeting of tbe.preiuacy between th
una,,i   of   school  Mnsii'i'S    yesterday
i,i nil!.:,   wain,   in   order   lo   lest   lh
[engage^ on public works followed by-
con- 'further regulations by Order-in-Coun-
contracts.
The abolition of  prison  labfl
tracts.
The adoption of a fair wages
with  regard   to  all  government  con- j viding machinery for the proper car-
tracts, I rying out of the measure.
The enactment of legislation to aid     ';,1 Legislation  for  the _ prevention
i cil on January 31, 1H00, and again by
policy Order-in-Councll on May 31,1902, pro-
the prevention  and settlement   of, of accidents on railways, and the appointment of an officer to investigate
1900.        Icnsea of all railway accidents.
Disputes      (4) An   investigation   In   1907   into
I the methods by which the government
3 Invest!-  clothing contracts were being carried
out, which has been followed by regulations  for the suppression    of  the
sweating system and the adoption of
a fair wages policy on all government
contract work.
la)  An   investigation   in   1907   into
conditions of employment of the ope-
iwo great rival
tm  companies.     The  Hudson's  lko
iet.iiipnm  is backing Joe Nolan. -i H.it-
' tlaford  ferryman, and  Revlllon  Bros,
in"  'i
,,. pro
IKiri
.1  wi
ridiculous
in pcriuli ihe
il
Mil    II, 1,1..,
'���
- "" >y     with     tha
���  '"a   i" i...   n    the
'���'i'i"-.I.    The of-
1 In i ilnpher Fur*
"    '"' in-j  '
���   re intath,���     .t
.Uf-'FF-AGtiT TES    FAIL    IN
ATTEMPT    TO    RQGISTEr.
. eutiiiiunt ul tin   govei anient  pn ��� ii���
mati, a iusoluilon *ns passed au j
llm in., ibe s, i rutnry to write !,'''(
inlnlsi��� . ul >-()mn11 mi inquliinn wheth-
,., ||e objected lu the Hying of the
, unudlim nag over public school bull I-
phi : ply ol he minister ��ill
. , - inn   t be dispute as to |
i... i Ions from the got
...,.,.   i 'lion   Jack   are
I    merelj  optional,  and.
hi   first  time
I ari behind Bcnolt, v. bo is the Prince
: .\n,eri candidate. On the resull of
I thi  election of Oct. 16 the prestige of
In i ompiiniefl will rest, and the one
ring ib tea; will be given acntsh
,,....   hUiw  su  tar -is thi   northern nu
,    is   conci Hied.
ill
strikes   and   lockouts   by.
(1) The Conciliation Act.
iHi The   Railway   Labor
Act, 1903.
(3) Tbe industrial Dlsput
gation Act. 1907.
The enactment of legislation and
the adoption of measures to protct
I'aniidini workingmen from competition of alien labor, and the unfair con-
pel ii ion of such class,.s of labor es
might tend io lower the standard of
living of the industrial classes of th's I ratives in the employ of the Bell.Tel-
coiintry, as tor example: ephone company which resulted in a
ill The Alien Labor Act of 1S97,! material improvement in the condition
and Amendments of 1898 and 1901.      of labor of hundreds of  women and
(2) The appointment ln 1903 of rov- young girls, and in the publication of
ai commissions to enquire into th"!a report which will have a far-reach-
alleged employment of aliens on the, in, . f\- it in Influencln* provincial
Pere Marquette railway and on the'legislation and practice ln the mat-
r.rand Trunk Pacific railway. ter of employment in this calling.
(3) The Act to prevent false repre- 16) An investigation during the past
seiitaiior.s to induce immigrants o few months under royal commission
come to Canada, 1903, into conditions of employment of ope-
14) The enactment in 1905 by the ratives in the cotton factories in the
Parliament of moat Britain of a mea- \ province of Quebec.which has brought
sure in reference to false representa-j l0 light some startling facts in regard
lions, similar to the last named, in ,10 the employment of child labor In
the British Isles to Induce emigration | that industry, and which is certain to
to Canada, passed at the request of result in regulations for the better-
tbe Canadian government, the Deputy ment of conditions of women and
Minister of Labor having heen Bent children, as well as for all classes of
to England to urge the wishes of the !,.,,������. in ^m and kindred industries.
Canadian government upon the Drit-1 ,7, The enactment of important
Lh authorities. measures of -social and moral reform,
(5) The appointment of a roynl com- 8UCj, Bs the Lord's Day Act. which
mission in 1900 bo enquire into th < ef-; contains important provisions on the
ret of Chinese ami Japan.-r-r imml* 8Ut,ject of Sunday labor, and the sup-
gratton. presslon of the opium traffic in Can-
(6) The imposition, as the result of
the rocOmmendatlons of this commission, of a $500 h.-ad tax upon Chinese I j^er ..,- i.ai,0,-   and a  bill Introduced
coming Into Canada. ai   the  lasi   session   by   thi    M;ni ter
(71 The  Investigation,  under  royal (lf iA\MTi
, on,mission of the methods by which  ,
Orb ;it:ii   laborers  hnve been Inflnced
to come i" Canada.
ru,,   effective   restriction,   am-      H
���ida, which was a direct outcome of a
report   prepared  by   the  Deputy  Min
is,
mui Ini
complete   prohibition.
. ol   11
Bert    Henry    Married.
Hi no . a  1 lai   young  man.
i i;.    when   ho is 1 ngaged In
Charges Graft  in
*��� uw   Yin k,  ' let. i ���
lhe questl in   u|   ,.
Panama  Bids.
v. iliiaiu I-'. Bru
one ot the unsuccessful blddi -
111:1111.1  canal construction  worl
,,���  as c<
ntrncl  Inbor Is concerned, of  the  ���-���      nianufai       m    buslnes
York, Oct.
The Iiis-' ill ��� It
bv
lbe
York suffrngette8 to have
In,
!, raised, considerable interest | (i,,f,)ttree thai he will today pr
esciit   to
HI    .   taken   In  the  course denned | l))e tioard of Inquiry ordered   ij
bj
n
Young.
.uiry oi
ivldence of grafi In
their names placed on ilie voter
list
he discuss!.
11, on flag (lying start
iruclion  on   tb.   big ditch.
Bro
,1* ihi
8 1   I.
.mi r
���il dofeal today when
it
del,
M'V
that :
I   tOll I i cell
(���omen   visited   1 In-  registn
;i     1 ���
"ei" .1 or the works
iot lis and tried  va
Inly  to ii Ci Kl	
,j ��hen Trustee Trapp, in the chair, ;....... -js  presldenl   of    the   Balanced
1 unit he had not yel ordered  ( ilMl, crane company,  and Intimates
Canadian flags according to ,li;1.   although  the lowest   hi.bier, his
,,���,'..
Uiiipelleil
!
10    Inn   down.
ll
tr ni
gb   unions
���;"''\'.   "I,   the   lnisi-
the  reglatr.
names.    No
alt.-nipt.
clerks   to    record   their
disorder accompanied  lhe
the request  <>
1 the board al a recent
nu eting
Trustees
Peck,  Cur
id
tina was ignored through tin   "
���.1,ions   Of   officials      ill    I'aiiii.iii-
,aciii
Immigration   from Japan,  a-   the   r
partn
Ith  E'a't   1 ��� - ie ���    ������'.-.      '���'
It of th? Investigations nnd the spe*  \\, :, .   , n ma
Still
1 ial mist    11 0
f the Minister ot Labor,,,
Mi
Ml
III
M,   ll   111   Vic-
,:, : ii    car
t0 .lap.,, to confer with the JHpanpseUj8i ������ thai city, the c remonj  taking
I piai ,��� at the Catholic bishop's palace.
mthorltle
IA) Th,
iimtlng to completi   p
a-   con
���it.dive   restriction,    am*
rohibition. so   far
tract labOT la concerned, of all
Immigration  from   India, as a   resi
of the  Investigation  nn,d   the  Bpeclal|an<]  \i  -   Henry will spend their
in the presi ni i of .1 ���'��� w friends, Bert
Galbralth, ol Wwtmlnsti r, act d at
best man, while Miss U irgarel Ritchie, ni Victoria, attended the bride  Mr,
hon*
lIlisMl  11   0
f the Do'.mty Minister of Lti-
or
l_ngland to confer  wiih    ihe fore reti
In   Seattle  and Portland be*
g to take up their n si
Tltornbur took part in the debate, m [Washington
-
.   i
it'ni  \vimLI  s,ll :
: h,. ei..use  1
In  the   local  1
if which a letter publisned
British iiutlii -riti" -. on  the subject of I donee here
1   press on   Sept.   li
:"
i-ss,,,.
msltli
"fill   v
till
i.i   Impartial
���a   was   thai
I. I I
mid
aj thc plant,
MRS.   JOAN   DUNSMUIR
LEFT   TWO   MILLION
. USUI ll.
The heating of 1 bl
ind
as read and
West  Side
Ha-is Lived Under Every President,
i.ciihiini.. Pa., Oct, 7.--M1-S. "Betsy'
Pre*
mail,   who
bell
eved   lo
ihe
oldeBl   woman  In the   United  state:
'.1
null  them  1
I'lT'vldJnR  a
0  a   pm
I
Victoria, Oct.
Thi
will ol
council 1 lai -   Mrs.  Dunsmuir \mis rem
tli
1 for
mtes by refer i da
ii  dispose 1 of an
al  aboul  $2,000,000. I -��-_-��� iclc
dii 1.1 nl   rein 11\es
e v.ilin il
:,, run 1
diniii
rrnsii 1
in   for consideration,
quietly  observed  hi
115th   birthday
I'eek being Instructed to see today al her little honu' in  Madison
ir
ai   all   tenders   he
obtained as early
pos
ilde
lowusliip,
niiin   wa ;
thL
country
Mi
om   in   Payette count;
ng  Fleet.
di
[i   the
'
iitnonni
uf
'    co
mmittee  reporl   to  the  effecth79a and has always lived her
���iilcii    ih,   that  the central B'choo] groumis had
\  1
.   i ��� 11   ���    livid -d eqiiall
������ ...
Bve daughtei.--. who are n
ui'irning
ecu rices.
an
-
. pared  for seeding
Considerable  othi
lai- as Is  know,,  she is  1 he onl    pei
.'as     i"-   sun   now   livin:    who   has  live I   audi
routine! every prosidi nt  of the  I tilted Sti
Liberal Headquarters
tor the Electoral  District  of N'ew Westminster���
THE LIBERA!* CLUB, COL1 MB1A STREET (Corner of Columbia
aud  .Mack.',,.-'���   s,     is).    Phone  IBS,
">
All   1 n ��� livji's   by   u ten
al 11 transact, d.
1 from   V
Washington io R01 si
V __.
li
and careful tu
my ' 1
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11  'it
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This Is My 45th Birthday j
Edward William  Bok.
Edward William Bok, the well known Philadelphia editor and
writer, was born in Helder, Holland on October 9,186;:. His greatgrandfather was admiral-in-chief of the Dutch navy, his grandfather
a chief justice of the supreme court and his father one of the minls-
le.rs of the court, of King William 111. Business reverses led his fiathar
to emigrate to America with his family in 1869. He settled in Brooklyn, where young Bok received his education. At the age of thirteen
years he became office Ixiy in the employ of the Western Union Telegraph company. lie devoted his spare time to study and soon became stenographer. At the age of nineteen he became editor of the
Brooklyn Magazine, which hc sold after a few years,'to become connected with the publishing firm of Henry Holt & Co., and later with
that of Charles Scribner's Sons. At the age of twenty-live he became
the editor of a magazine for women published in Philadelphia. He has
also won recognition on tho lecture platform, principally by his talk.;
about "The Keys to Success," addressed to young men.
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From Other Points of View
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Same  Old  Bowser.
From the way Mr, BowBer, of British Columbia, talked to a Toronto audience, last, evening, the suspicion arises
have a statesman who has won first
rank among Canadian statesmen and
colonial premiers and is admittedlj a
figure   in   world po-.tlcs.      The   first
th.'tt he must be a near relative of the French-Canadian   to achieve the pie-
Mr. Bowser, of newspaper fame, whose
specially is worrying his wife ani
making an ass of himself.���-Hamilton
Times.
An Honorable Tradition.
Liberal tradition is progress, and
Conservative tradition is reaction.
i Parties may vary temporarily, but
this is their tendency. Canada has
had twelve years of progress, and the
people like it too well to break in on
it without cause.��� Toronto Globe
The Great Difference.
The difference between the two political parties in Cantula as shown by
the respective records of their parliamentary representatives���is the difference between "doers" and "knockers."    The  Government and  its  _sup-
miershlp, he has succeeded In impressing his personality upon his administration to a degree scarcer, equalled,
certainly not surpassed, even by Sir
.lohii MacDonald in his prime. He has
also certain admirable qualities which
eminently fit him for Canadian leadership in the days of the unexampled development of the Dominion. His
schemes, such as the new transcontinental railway, the Hudson Bay railway, the development of Canadian
waterways, tht All-Red line and British preferential trade.have touched the
imagination of his countrymen and
filled Canadians with optimism as to
tho splendid future Canada is entering ui>on. Erect, lithe and vigorous, despite his sixty-seven years, he
is still buoyant and hopeful and with
abundant confidence in the final realization of his dreams of Canada's future.
obstruct.    If  the latter had prevailed
not. one of the great enterprises of the
porters plan and do things while, the
Conservative    Opposition    knock andj    With such a leader the Liberals face
the coming general election in confidence.   Their campaign slogan.    "Let j
country inaugurated  during  the  past!Laurier   finish  his   work."   fitly   Indi-
twelve years would have been under* cates  tli.it the premier and his poll*
taken.���Pacific Globe. cies form the overshadowing issue of
  , the present electoral campaign.���New,
York Sun.
What Would Happen.
Should   Hon.  Robt. Rogers   bee ime
Minister of the interior, which he i ���������-
talnly will if the Conservatives attain
power, whai Kind of an administration
ui  we expect   from him?    Take all
���  charges  made  by  the  Conserva-
.   -   itgainst  ihe   administration    of
if this Department bj the Llb-
, -. ..'sunn- their truth for the pur-
calculation only and multiply
ild.   Thus you will gel un ap-
lon  of  what   would  happen
Ung Bob come Into what he
i as his own.    Manitoba Pi	
.'    i
Taxation Reduced,
In   L896,  under    the    CorJOmtiTe
tariff, $1S.2S was the average amoum
paid upon every $100 worth of joods
Imported Into the country.
Under the Liberals, the average
rati s pe,- annum have been as follows:
1897   .
1898   .
. . .$16.96
189?   .
. . .$16.70
1900   .
. . ,$15.9S
1901
. . ,$16.06
1902   .
.. .$15 09
1903   .
. . ,$15.87
1901   .
. ,$16.28
1905   .
1906   .
1907    .
. . .$15.66'
If.  since
the
I.ihe
���ills
lave been
in
power, the
CO!
serva
tive
average rate
of  taxation
in
1896
hai
been  lev
ed
been collected. That i- the fair measure of th.- reduction of taxation
broughi  about bv the Liberals.
Working the Roorbach.
There  has  been no  election  since
Confederation wherein our Conservative  friends have failed  to  work  the
roorbach���a device  that is said,  like
the gerrymander, to  be of  Ameircan
origin, Th.- present election Is no ex-Lpon all the Imports, nearly fifty conception to the rule. A few lays ago u0n dollars more duties would hav
every Tory paper in the land contained the statement that Mr, Brodeur said
the doom of the Laurier government
was sealed If the Conservatlv ���- should
secure more than ten seats ir. Quebec.
Of course Mr. Broduer aald no such
thing, in plain Saxon the statement
L ;i lie. But our friends, the enemy,
arc still repeating the story, finding
comfort in It, working it overtime,
.md galvanizing the poor dead thing
into semblance of life.    Before    the
lection is over we may expect to
hear that Sir Wilfrid Lau Ier lias
thrown up the sponge and resigned
from office, that Mr. Fielding haa pro-
aounced ihe tariff a failure, and that
the Tn-..nito News and Montreal Star
have both declared that Forester Foster is whiter than snow. Next.���-Victoria  Times.
The   Overshadowing   Issue.
The failure of the opposition to raise
.:.,. dominating issue against th, Ub-
e nl administration maj be said to be
Its greal weakness in the present cam*
; ii ;n from a parly point of view.
*,' ith ii,. voters falrh content with
things ns they are and dazzled b> the
magnitude ol the things promised, the
Conservatives are making a losing
light trom ihe start. * * * Since 1900,
when Sir Charles Tupper dropped out
a���- in in tlvc factor in Canadian politics tii,. opposition has been nlmosl
nominal,
The reasons for this are chiefly personal rathor than partisan, While the
Conservatives have labored under the
disadvantage or having no commanding personam., among their leaders,
tho  l.i'.M-nils  in  Blr  Wilfrid   Laurlor
Tho   Great   Pr,nciple.
"We have endeavored to bring our
countrj to the rank and station it iv>u
occupies, In ;, thou and ind one different ways we have endeavored to
create au atmosphere tor ' ie Canadian
pi !>;.'������ io live an i move In   I lur pol-
ii ������   has  ; n  i:��� haie evei-..   possible
and due consideration t"r our duties
ami obligations as British subjects.because we an- both Canadian and Brit*
i-h subjects, Our policy I summed up
at the Last Imperial conference. 1;
has been Imperial unit} .based upon
local autonomy. This is the principle for which we. are fighting at the
pus,'in lime. This is the principle
which I commend to you, til; fellow*
countrymen."���Sir Wilfrid   Laurier
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
DttltlN
Copvbiohts Ac.
A nTfinn no ruling a fkntrh Brut .Inner! nil.-.- ni��7
r,ii!.:ilr asi-arliiln mr opinion fruo wuol liar an
lnv.M,,.nri ItprobabirpatqntAbUL '*>.t.imnnii*iw
t.ii.i__i_ictir<-nnfid->iiti'._. HANOBOtlX onratsnta
eeni '-'a. i
l'n'-.nH I
HmcUU not;.:*, wiltiout chnrn-vTaltho
. .est auori,--' for ���OGQring putt-nM.
PRUnu.UkM)..through Mann A Co. raotlvs
Scktitific Jtontim*
A taau.limmoly Ulu_tniti.il wi-e^l?. Laignrt c'r-
oul.-ti.iu ���>' anr Mtentlflo Journal Yor_n-i toi
t-tniMin, fori a yaar, poatagi prepaid.   _" jltl bt
all n.i', .1,.aii-���.
MUKN ft Co.*B,a""*-^. *f!sw York
Knowledge is Power
busy world of our**,
the preparation  For
KNOWLEDGE is not confined to "book
learning."  Iu this
education  is but
the higher school of life.
The knowledge
acquired by the
makers of " Pro-
gress Brand "
Clothing has made
their names a power
ia the mercantile
world.
Their knowledge
of values, of style and tailoring, has made thc
"Progress Brand" trademark a power for
high quality.
The knowledge of what and where to buy
thus becomes a power in economy that may be
translated into dollars and cents.
"Progress Brand
Garments
The knowledge of "Progress Brand" gives
every nun the power to buy stylish, perfect
fitting, excellently made clothes, at the very
lowest prices.
The only knowledge that must be
acquired is, what
dealer handles
"Progress Brand."
Kuosr this, and you
have the power to
get the best values
inVlothesdom. Best
dealers in Canada handle "Progress Brand"
Clothing. They know that they can guarantee
it to their customers because the makers
guarantee it to them. Knowledge is power.
Turn your knowledge of clothing to good
account by buying'' Progress Brand" Clothing.
20'
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO., New Westminster
Hundreds of eager buyers swarmed the store all
yesterday and went away well satisfied with their
purchases.
We intend to make today one of the' Banner
Days of our sale. We have also engaged an extra
staff of clerks to attend to your wants.
Here Are a Few Snaps We Are Offering Today :
Men a 18.50 to 110.00 Butts.   Sale price 	
Men .- all wool sweaters, regular i'i J," ami $8.00.   Sale price	
Marcella  handkerchiefs,  with colored border; regular 25c,   Sale price
Marcella   handkerchiefs,  wiiu silk Initials, regular price 25c.   Sale price
Men's strong working pant:-, regular $1.7:..    Sal.- price	
Boys' $3.50 school 'suits,   Sale price 	
Boys   sweaters. $1.00 and $1.25.   Sale price  	
Men'i   tine umbrellas, steel rods:  regular $1.00,    Sale price  	
Boys' suspenders   	
Boys' school shoes,  regular $1.75.   Sal,, price	
 $1.65
 50c
 35c
��� 5c
 90c
Storejopen evenings. Shop early.
Look for the Yellow Signs.
Westminster Clothing Company
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor
Teiephone:364 Columbia Street
*rR">*v. DCT 9
Opened With a Rush and has Proven a Big Success, Far Beyond Our Expectations
Synopsis of Canadian i,
Reaulatlons.
Any available Do,
lathe railway belt   . Brll 1
bla, may be hoiiR.    .,;  ,       .    ''i
who is thu sole head '
I imli -
any male over :-
���Se, to tl
extent of ouc-iiua - ��� T
*oa X 111
acres, more or le.,
Entry  uiiiist    ,
-ei,
the local laud offi,      ..,,,'
which the land  .
proxy may, howev .,/^J
tain conditions by ...   J
son, daughter, brol ,, !     ,,
Intending homesl ' '
The homest",, i... , required to J
form the conditions -..naected th3
with    under    one ���...   l0U 1
plans:
(1) At 1(j;'": ' re.ueJ
upon and cultivation of the land
each year  for thl
(2) if the fai: .)lh... .,
father ia deceased),   of  the 'i^
steader resides upon  i farm ja
vicinity of the land entered tot
requirements as to        '.ace mi,.
satisfied by such ,.        residing il
the father or mo' lei
(3) lf the settle .
ent residence upon farming land J
ed by him In the ,[ y, hoj
stead, the requirements .13 tori
deuce may be satlsl . . wM^
upon the said land
Six months' notice in writingehoL
be given to the Commissioner of dJ
lnlon Lands at Otl iwa of iatentionl
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal rniniiu rights ������
leased for a period of twenty-one ra
at an annual rental of $1 per j
Not   more   than 2560 acres shall
teastd to one individual or comj-l
A royalty at the rate >f ii*.*. cents j
ton shall be collecf"i on   the
chantable coal minM
W. W. CORT
Deputy of the Mlnlsl : ?'. the laid
ynoptia     of    C t   , ��� an    NorthWl
Homestead   r._guiati��ns.
Auy even num     ed section of
minion  lands in  Man     1, Su   rl
swan aud Alberta ex - ��� .
not reserv-Kl, ma; idedj
any person who .      ��� 1
family, or any ma    ���  er 18 yeai
I age, to the extei
i tion of lt)U acre-,
Application   tu   ..;":���    must
1 made  in person 1   appllcatt|
a Domic ion Lands Agency   or
agency for tiie d '��� *���**������
laud is Bituate.   Enti        :  ��yl
however,  be made      in agency
certain condition       the father, 91
er, son, daught. r,      ther or si-;w|
an intending homesteader.
The bomestea let Is rejulred toi
form the homestead dutlei under \
of the following plan*
tl)   At least six months' re5ldei|
jpou  and  cultivation ol the land
each  year  for  three  years.
c:i a nomesteader may, I' ���* '
c-aalreB, perform the require! ��*l
dence duties by living on la���11!
land owned solely bv him. Mt le1
than eighty (SO) acres In extent,
the vicinity of hla homestead. W\
ownership In land �� 11 not meet Waj
j requirement. .
i    (3)    If the fattier (or mother, it "j
; father la deceased) of .1 homeiti*
nas permanent residence on B���.
land owned solely by him, Wt ������
'than eighty (80) a     - In rt*el*t'(
ithe vicinity of the homestead, or ���
on a homesicii.l entered tor by ]
ln the vicinity, such homesteader i"i
perform his own  res leoce d��W"
'living with the father (or nw��*'
(4) Tho term   ��� ^
preceding paragra] ha Is
'meaning not more ^n nine miier
a direct line, exclu lv�� ��' w
'.ot road a-ilow..:-. es ci   -���   in
' measurement. ,
(5) a  homesteade.  tot��w"��JM
.perform  his  residence duties
cordance with tl..- 1  ���    �����"'   J
! with parents or on fa  bWJJJ
ed by himself must notify tn
for the district ol   uch Intw        .
minion Lands at Ottawa <*&*
to apply for patent.
v'   "  f tbe lnterWl
Deputy of the Minister o'b
N. b.���Unautnortwa r ���.���� ^ pal(
this adverUaement will ��
for.
Six months' t."'
be given to the ' Ti.,**'.A
tr     ADV^���:KT'-*^',���
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THE     O A I '   Y
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Tin DAILY NEWS.
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harm the
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COMPANY.  Limited
WHOLESALE
,na RETAIL
gUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
contains nothin-
labrics nor
.  ;,] by all deaieg
Five Cents^��_Bl
in. Prices
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RUNS ASHORE
IN FOG
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Pkone 101
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Smith's Sodas - 25< per tin
ing Peaches. SI crate
0: Jars, 1-2 gals. .$1.35 doz
J< --.Jaass, - - 50c doz
Se< those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2/75
APW15& DEAN
GROCERS
WHEN  REST IS NEEDED.
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n��'-�� '   ������ Work.
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It, wai *'-    and I vOTjI   I
his pr    lot   - town on
on ". VV   .ep.r.pfl to in               ectric caTS.    One boai
to be m ���'.  long, atid, .���.-'���  -,t'���-
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ton   t:m*    .   v/nar.
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rnakin.   tl md    tv Ice,    V'innlly   .
heard hii ���    the j arlor,   _ rooio
������  ted at !c* ��t
befon       * h"   ������*>--,.   up-rtj;-
apked ':'���'- -ly tinv/ mnny ������
hai   .,������'���   < <,��?.,   window Was fan-
en cil     l.r hi   wasi               laughing
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TW  rre-,1,  Jnlic   of   t*h
a  l)<*n_11>    **
Sir  THomas,
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A TREE OF ILL REPUTE.
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"���" '*"' ' a   Deadly   l'ois.,,1.
    to Voehlni   ���-���       AD  eT)]   reputation  has  long  be&
���   mid "     born<  '"  "    u      tree. Autlarls :
"'"- ther Ilia'    ��� ,-  - -   ���       >   . ,.,,������_. m Borneo ami olh
er East Indian Islands.    It ls still a
Imperial      $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.      $6.30
Terminal  $5.50
T
Ho* to Save I    Do It Nov.
Suvii,: tioiiii   am
in O    B   BSPlngB   ue
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OLI.   d< positort   recetv.    m
terew  on   heii   savings  ��vc
counts everj  three mon I���-
March 81st, June 3(Jth, Septem
b.     80th   .i.-a-c ;i.:.,..   ::;,
��� e   .i.i, .:.,. rest . i i les tht
See    ;ii:i     i!,-v. n     It     ��������� .,       R�� ' IngS
bank-bool   ��      -    ?���
indfod.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FL01..R A>;r* FEED V,! RCHAtfTS
PRONT   STREET.
New  Weitmi���.**-���������
Telephone 333.
"TH ___
\muBLE:
��   saving.-, banks -     medium and sm
nushed on i     licatlcrt
= The
ROYAIJM^NADA
Incorrcratrai
18SS
^  Tofo/ A%**t
SS.290,000 '���" $47,400,000
BANKING Wi MAIL A SPECIALTY,
DO li NOW���DONT DELAY.
Westminster Branch,      F.  B. LYLE,   Mgr.
COAL
IPennsylvania
BlacKsmiths]	
BEST   QUALITY
BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
* HEN WES1IIIINSIHI
J. HENLEY
v.. .    -. . Mv-er   O!
Mineral Waters, Etc.
A-prMc.l Wat^r
Family  trade  a  specialty.
rei, 113. OtTice   Eight street .
NEW   WESTMINSTER     B    C.
QOOKSLETS
: Picture :
A Hardman.    AJamen   J.McClughan  I   V_/<3 1     V^* /\ i* iJ *_)
AUF.  NOW   ON  SALE   AT
PLUMPINO M.  MOREY'9  STATIONERY  STORE.
i.   O.    OAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN.    E
��� 111(1     HCATIING MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    nnd
-THE  FAIR,"  Columbia  Street
Front Strwt    Trust Blocl*
" ���    tha w   much a part or *
���'������;'     ���  ���'        suppose 1 give " si
��� ���   hi nlcall      - -    then   r.���"-���-.���:   t'.icm
Nil    Mmes -irt of tcu I lind everything
I:   ������    right   bn   I'm nol quite happy
till i il".    ' guesfl i miist Vie ���-���������tting
cltl maidl I '* ���      ild ������'���--'*'
"It v,-ns my turn to rip serious then.
I eTpliiimvi to vt:n that his forgetful
Proth habli '    w -Ued like nn antomh
��� ������    dolni   "������'   ���' nd  the ottiin ;
���*'    ������ I���*���- '������  Ini      -. I��� - e tiff, but
n  gre : -.        his  actions  *'*e-
wltl   ���      I         ���      of the  bn Iii
He* needed rest nnd If he did
It bi - - ml      - ������-'   lovm.
"1  i- ���   ' li    a*w*ay froti -'or *_,
Wt and i    tii I :*:i he
tatij_*':i.   ������   ' tllj      er tin. incldeM
of the much locked v li do-vs ns l pi>
tendec to He doesn't ltnoiv If, but he
: btid a tirtrrri-c. oscapp. I'm telih_-g this
i ��ton- that It may cpi-vj. ns e wtcr]
fn ;in .-.varstrpt"- 'ia�� P_fe." N"_w V.irl
PntM
LINCOLN'S GROCERY.
���f>��
"teiuH   p*   One   Partner's   Hunger
the  Other   Psrtner't  Thirst.
A  plant in ftntnrp. he was p.'- W,
"I"   .-.acl-l/a   nr
er  masi  iimm,.  ..
common belief that blnls Hying with
1    "    lnfltjence of Its poisonous ?a-
*n-;t:iiitlv perish iinil that It l< fatal  for  animals  or  men  to  fei I   ' i
���   " --hade,   lt resembles oe;-'
rhns plants (UVe tbe poison ivyi in
emitting a yoliitlle substance wblih
affect-- the skins of certain susceptl-
j ble person*, though others nre ncrif-
fected. The sa). Is very poisonous anil
Is the chief substance used by thf
liyaVs of Borneo for pbisbnlng the tljii
ot their Utirts.
In this prneess ah inclsinii  is mhi-a
in tlie bark of tlie tree ami tie milky
exudation   collected   on   a   palm   leaf
and dried  Brst  In  the sun and  then
over a  tire until  n  thick brown  mass
'    ' ft.    In this state it  .'an be kepi
withom   deteriorating,  ond   when  ro
quired for use It Is made Into a thin
paste      ���'   " '       root,
whlrli is u.ert to gtupefy flsth, or witb
tobacco or Vmtioh Juice, awl tbe ond* of
thu. darts ���JJpppd into the mixture and
flrled. Thes-e darts are made from the
middle stem of the palm leaf and nn
shout six or eight inches In length and
of about the thickness of a  knitting
needle.
Ther are used with a wooden sunipi-
tnn. or bloWplpe, which Is about seven
I   Imo   fin   h,.
scat i Mrwm'
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FOR SALE BY
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.-_ giant lu stntnre, ne wuk __ ���.,_. ,
WnWl rift he -A-nt- Btfeng His rustic nr- or eight feet in length nml lias an In-
peaAnCe was enhanced by nn ill fitting ternal ainmetev of ahout one-quarter
suit of homespun Thus nt the hend of ft,^ \ *j\v^ gtrnck hy one of these
the ox fparn he made tils debut tu the kirtte darts Is Instantly killed, and ��
outer world, i*-.-.tt>out tnoans, w1thr.nl rip aies iB RyKn^ twenti* minutes.
education, without Influence. This maj -j'^,. frest \xA<k of the upas tree,
sppin a sorry beglnutng, bin let tt be   whether   sw'allowed   or   Injected   into
rememhered that lf on that day he had   .^ wmiA,  acts  ns  a   violent polaon.
rrndnated from Harvard tn a fashion    tnwMtE   convulsions  and  death.-Cbl-
thle eont the rates of history wnnlA , ,,_ ^eTri
nwhaWj- hsve been closed against him.
Mr. Lincoln's first business venturs
resulted   In   downright   fflllure.     TTe
formed a partnership with one Hem
nndir the flriT, name ot Herry * Mn
coin, to carry on n grocery, for the pur
a... j. .��,_. ��m nntp wa!
We8tmln*ter
,, box  t'��        Tel. 68,       &*.
Eflii"at��"!   Siibmitted.
P. <).  liov   145  ^^^^^^^^^
ICE: FPU STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
writing ��'J"1
iioner o<
0t intentWi
jailed1-; L
not be M
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ills, Timber and j
���acting Company
!     VANCOU VLR AND NEW WESTMINSTER
| ���/.,.,._. a< furrr. and D.cmr. in  All Kind*  ���>'
j Umber,   Lath,   .Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sa*h,   Dooft,
! Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
1 Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
| FARMERS ATTENTION!
S Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and  Draining.
I R��yal City Branch, Columbia St.
! _i      _,. w_.*__ W< \ ���- '���'
|     .,.  .,|-|,    '.'.'-      0(
v   ������*������' ""��"<  Cre,<
     i..i���"'���/ Ra��llltfl��i a"r- W*"
Fire   I -��� ���i''"- I    1
tlririilll'.   B��!,i>V��a
lis* JSjlTic thAt tri��re are tew   ^^^
^  est .sw-f-irs did not hold true In tb*
oln, to carry on a yrocerj*, for the pur    *������*�� of Lincoln.    A man once ca\\a*\
-base price of which the firm note was   tc fretaln him o* a suit
liver. Berry was a Jolly, irresponsible      "State your case." said honest Ah*
���onl. who was born thirsty aud  who     The tw.n did, nnd then Lincoln said:
far* his undivided  attention to that     '*1 cannot represent you. for yuu ar*
part of the stock "known as "wet gro- i rtronp, and the ��.th*r party is right."
^^^^^^ rerles."     Mr,   Lincoln,   on   the   othei j    "That Is none of yonr business (t I
eo""" . i hnnrt. hnrtnp a keen appetite, devoted   wopioy you." said the client
1  t^M^t^tJM.'Wt>w*T*    C ''(L\%      hlm^eir  to the   trackers  and   cheese,:    'Tsrdon me," said the man who aft
4_s     ���  ��� ��_���__���:__����� *lZ*9      ��������*____.V_Pe| Bm,,i.(,,i hpntnps and other cillhles e-t I irward  became president;  "my  hurt
'���'���������������������������-'������'-���'-'���-.-.-...���............a^B ' ��lie dry end of the shop.    "���'   hupp? | ness ls n��ver tn defend wronp    I vv*
adJuBtmtettt Hvaletl  the familiar cns�� : |r   tniir   -��   (.a!:p   that   ls   manifest!}
of .tatk Sprat and his ccnecul.il spouse, ; --rron;:." ��
but 'he meatier stock could not lon��      ��� \rell, hut you can make trouble toi
withstand the Inroads nf hunger nt th*   l>](, 0*))M fellow."
one end and thirst at the other, atul - ��;_-   S!lUj   uWco\t*,   "1   can  ��rt  *
rl '- came wBibh fefitilred Ilie -a'o at     -  ���     mmtnilty at loggerheads, I ��m
the remnnrit df fitdtfc.   The purchaser        le for thl    widow and h��
'    '��� '' , ,KlitV*fco'n1w�� ,,,rLt/"   " ! IWn n     ' hy so doing e*
'    the    lahllltles-s   f:'.:k  which ly belongs to tar,
,'   , "���'  ��'"��^ ���""������"n' V'7;    Tfei Umtlwon'tdi
.    |ie hnd Impressed upon him a legal I    .,,.....,.������.,.,.,���  ;,,-
pr.-,-   It! a Ihd ������ partner is liable Jul     ;',' '     '   '"\:\.       1'
1^,,,,,,,,,-,llll...aaaa..........^___||^B "'Ot IllOllPy        J'OU        If*
ONirth,** *>vr.s the reply.
.. West minuter..
Iron   Works ^^^^^^^
mce  -nii.ne   18-.      Burn  'Ptione  13"
Columbia  Street
Kaggage   delivered   pro-nuMv   tn
     ,,.,,1   ,.'  ���!'<���  '-Hy.
OFFICE     tnAM   DEPOT
a������*,Z*cZ*^*^\BargaiM
, tnd Works:
TentH Street  -   Nw ffiftM"
I     m mm ���      H
I At Morey M
��� __-_��_._        .._.,..,<-l, l 'hi     I
<"  piece   rea  Sets, I'.nslish CW-
tiii.   $4.50 to  $20.00.
I" piece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to  $10.00.
S'RW  things  ln  China arriving
every week now.
Totne and see.
loll ���
,, ,.. . ,.,...i 4.f,nf. M.   ijnr0|n tioii-rtit
| bni    I of H customer. In tiie lvottors
,     , | i.   ���,ng (.(j,,,r rubbish,  wsn
( ip i ���,    ip>- of "filackstone's com
tnrles."   This wns n great find for
the '   <* -indent. Imt as the lionl; there
ftpf engrossed Ills attention  tlie gvr
���   ,   business eollBfssfea.    Thus en
[be first lesson.-.1. v. Quarles *
mini's.
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J. NeWsome&Sons
painters nnd Decorators
EstHlH-tes on All Work Oiven      ^^^^^^^^^
M9 Sixth Avenue I MOREY ���->
NewWestminster | 217-219 Columbia Street
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Choice Meats at ^^^^^^^^^^^^^���������
Orinl Meat IfattjW.N. Draper
����.��h imhimI B.   C.   Land
Corner Eight* St. ��nd ���fltto Av��n��t S(jrveyor
PHONB  S70;
BOWELL * ODDY. Proper*      .Ell,n1 BlocK. New Westminstei. B C
*.   Warrior Too.
The vTvKxlen boardu that had ___.i.rKrt
toe crnrev in a certain rnml reinel��r>
K off and were rike<l up m 0-
snring   clewing.     Conaaquentlj    ��
- .vial At --"" *��� *5f2S
��� the G. A. R-  arrived  with  flaff
nd WPfoprlate floral decor.tlous for
their departed comradei the dec or.t
gj committee found itself NnW
S: douht as to which grav. betonged
��rTln_t'>  I'lhitl n��:t.A.^	
When Irving first appeiiml lnacw j **-*- u^���t���, " l" "~��� -   .     a. . . .
��\n midland town ��rUha> .Uvhu-oU thai \**   c��Pta��n   B1��-h"?"   ��>���;�����>'���>''>'   '�����
hirwious"n-onii.-risnis ol   voice, gait
ind gesture deatroyed Ma chancw of
Coming* great ***.   How Irving
Wtoundedttacrltlcabymeatlngtrt.
So after triumph and Wd^lng the
Eu.-ii.l, stage irom .He (tharge of mo*
rt,;-ritv �� now it  matter of history.
Thi- areat Shatespeawan actor ros��
nn, the tanks to the bead of bis pro
So, fi sheer rorce �� bis Wstrionle
��Z��;.   ability   .md   orlglnnlto.    And
wiilini be was one oi Hie moat kindly
of wen  geneioiifl t.  a faqlt wheu the
Idisu-ess and troubles ot other_ cau-
I nn(ipr his iiatics.- -U'lio-'U M����-
Bsnnah Ericson. The nilstaken _l��-lt_.
gaMs heaped their offerings npon _1u��
���all's last resting place and departed.
That afternoon Erlcson, fhe wldoj_et,
drifted, with the rest of hla world, .<
tte cemetery. When he saw tl.i flag
and the flowers above Hannah tin
���stonlaLci!   Swede   fell   to   cbnekllnj
Joyously
"Veil," h�� exclaimed delightedly,
"\iosa fr.'!er tian(* pooty smart tool Ay
t��rA dut vor all right and sona pvii>
roVe <*>!;  Hannah���he vor pooty  rt._i��
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,_,__'��   -"*.**' THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Frout
streets.  New  Westminster.  B.  C.
Paige Managing   Di
DO   NOT   FORGET.
Do noi forget that wise administration    by    the    Laurier    government
strengthened our monetary   condition
that   wc   withstood   the   financial
panic of the United States.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
or private individuals he pledges his
word to see works carried out, he is
sufficiently known, that once his
pledge i.s given, the work is practically assured. Hla business ability as a
representative is bringing to his side
men who have the true interests if
rector '*"is constituency at heart, and he
should poll a very
his opponent.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and Begbie.
High Clas3 Mo.ing   Pictures,   Illustrated Songs.   Program changed Monday  Wednesday and Friday.
g*0*K3��0*C**<_^00��0*0*o*o*0*0 OK)��0��0��*0*0��00��OaK_>*Oa^*C!*0 j
PIONEER TRAVELS IN AFRICA"
large majority over I
A. THEODORE
MR.   JARDINE'S  CANDIDATURE.
Mr. Jardine ls in the unfortunate
position of having to reach the remote
as well as the central portions of this
large constituency in a very short
space of time, while his opponent has
been actively canvassing for eighteen
months.
Fortunately Mr. Jardine has no personal platform, other than the broad
and .beneficial principles of Liberalism, to enunciate. He nee.ds none, he-
cause the mighty moving force of
Liberalism has accomplished so much
for the building of the nation, and
the comfort ami advancement of its
Get the Habit i
JUST CONSIDER.
Tii 11  when the Conservatives went
oui   in   1896  iio.it  offices existed  only
at a few centres, such as New west-
minster, Vancouver, Central Park and I
Cloverdale. and  people had  to travel
long distances to get  their mail. The
Liberal administration  has established fourteen district post offices in the
vicinity of the city, namely, at Sunbury, Woodward's, Burnaby Lake, East
Burnaby. Fraser Mills (Millside i, Tim-
bcrland,  Kensington  Prairie,  Burn.uk-j
lam.    Piper's    Siding,    Hon    Accord, j
Strawberry Hill, Dritcola, Duthue. and j
Fraser Arm.    They hav.- also erected;
spacious post office buildings at Vancouver .and New Westminster, and instituted an administrative -staff under
an inspector at the former city.
A   LECTURE  BY
WATERS, first medical     missionary     to    Tongoland,
Will Ibe given in the West End Methodist church on FRIDAY
EVENING, OCT. 9.
Tuesday Oct. 13th
Joseph and William W
Jelly Time
Is  here  again and  we  are giving
you a clianiv to get your glasses
cheap.   Our special today will be
for your benefit and you can get j
these  glasses for  tile   per  dozen.'
the lowest price ever offered. A'-
Uiough we have a large number,
it will pay you to get yours earl.-,
as thev may soon be all gone. |
Jeff
erson
and    an
exc
company
in
Ric
Sheridan's
c
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1 il',
"The Rivals'
Joseph   and   Will
i are the sons ami thea
| of ihe late Joseph Jefl
j Rivals Is the father -
Prices  $1.50,  $1.00.
Seats  at  Ryall's,
���s    Jeffw.,
iccessorj
'���  ml Th-1
- corned)
-.nd 50-
Tin- only conditions that tiaist todaj
which did not exist under the Conservatives are those of legislation and
administration.���Calgary Alb t
LOCAL   NOTES.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street
New Westminster
(The   lecti
Tongo hut.)
irer  standing beside
in the course of tlie lecture, which will be illustrated by limelight views, the following subjects will be. dealt with: Travel. Exploration, Aulmals. Adventure, Big Game Hunting, ('."Id Mining, Diamond Digging, .und uf- among the untutored savages of Darkest
Africa. Admission. 35c;     children, 25c
people,  in  the  twelve  years  Sir Wilfrid  Laurier has  held  the reins, tint j     Tho steamer Trader arrived  yester
Mr.  Jardine can   with  pride say he day at the <-'. P. N. wharf from Vie
stands or falls upon the glorious re-  torla, loaded with fifteen tons
Jfi'ik*'*^"''-
(Wi:*
r-JP#vt#
If'4^i'_:': ;
MJKEiif.i'-l*
nrti ...
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cord  made   during   lhat   time.
When then he stands for the. Liberal
record as presaging what can be expected during another Parliament, toward the elevation and dignifying of
labor, the reduction of taxation, increased opportunities of trade, the advancement and protection of Cana.i-
ian interests as they affect the multitude, the use of public monies for
the developemcnt of the nation, and
the cementing together of the great
European races represented in our
population, giving oue solid front as
a nation lo the world, and answering
loyalty to the great British Empire.
In this principle of equality there
is perforce the fruition of th ��� great-
�� st i;ood to the greatest number with-
which all government is unstable.
With these broad line; a. a foundation there comes the question of meeting the public, needs. In this new
country ami in this large constituency
(here must necessarily be much to be
done that it is the province of the Dominion government to do. There
much the Department of Public Wor! -
done, which was really incumbent
��� the Provincial authorities to do,
Jardine should not be requlr-
niise. neither should he pro-
o work, which legitimately
upon ihe province. The
of the channels in our nav-
rs, the building of protctlon
���. . ��� conatrui tion of wharves,
. ipmont and protection of our
the expansion of the po I il
I" . ihe housing and equipment of
our citizen soldiery, the conservation
of our timber, and the oversight of
our railway, telegraph and telephone
systems are all in the province of the
Dominion government That which
most .affects us here Is the deepening
of our river channel to which achem
the government |s committed, to
which a grant of practically $400,000
hits tioeii maile and on which work has
already been commenced. Mr. Jardine can with full assurance pledge
himself :o see these works carried on
without delay. The regulating of the
river fisheries also vitally Interests
us, and no man more qualified to ban-'
die this question in the Interests of
the i-sid. in li-hermen could represent
u ��� .-.I Ottawa, and Mr, Jardlne's i.i a
���if restricting the number ol boats al
the mouth of the river will give the
white ���ttler who is a bona-flde flsh*
��� i man a - goo i a chance as he enjoj -
ed in the dajb v.hen the mouth if h-?
river wrs not blocked as ii Is today,
The othi r niiattei ol Inipoi I ince I
the free city ami rural doliii ry. It
only needs a little unltj amongst ourselves to ah! the member In securing
the one, while the other the Postmas
tor-General la pledged  to establish.
Any oilier pledges or promises it
Bhould i:" unuecessarj for Mr, Jardine to make, a',ove all the place
seeker or office hunter should l
eral   merchandise  for  New
stei*. and sixty tons of cement for Nei
son, B. C.
Saturday's    Special���Single    Burner
f gen-: Oil Stoves, 90c each;  regular $1.25.
Westmin-
We buj   for cash and
Chief of Police J. W. Mcintosh will I
be absent from duty for the next few)
days, during which time- he will pay!
a visit to his ranch at Pitt Lake. De- j
tective Bradshaw will he acting chief1
until Mr.  Mcintosh's return.
The  funeral  of   the-  late   Mr.-.   M.ir-I   :;
garet   Hall,  who  died on  Wednesday
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
IOT
at the advanced age of 96 years and
six mouths, will take place from the
residence of A. J. Hill, 190 Fourth
street, at two o'clock this afternoon,
At the formal opening of Queen's
Avenue Methodist church on Suudu-..
Rev. i-'. II. Heustls, B. A., B. IJ.. late
of MacDougall Methodist church, Edmonton, will occupy the pulpit in the
morning, while rtev. Ur. Sutherland
ol Toronto, will preach iu the eve
ning.    Herbert  McNess,   late of   !.���'���.
.1. ii   England  ., ..... . ian  of re-
. .'     .. Ill preside
sen Ices, an augmi nted i hoir ha In;
been secured for this occasion. On
Tuesday, a congregational tea ���������
given in the school room, to be pi -
��� di 'i . 3 a musical program In thi
church, when the brothers McN���
��ill render a number of vocal and instrumental selections. A collect! a
will be taken to defray expneses.
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Christmas Cards. Printed Greetings
with your own name.
A beautiful line of samples can
be seen  now  to  select  from.
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings of the Empresses
Sept. 1 .md 18.
For other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
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Westminster Opera
Wednesday, Oct, 14
A   Superb.   Sensational,   Scientific
Surprise.
.\   Vivid   Portrayal ���
i Lincoln  J. Carter's Sne: 3, Product��
The
Flaming
Arrow
Introducing the World's Creates
GENUINE   INDIAN    BRASS   BAN!
The extreme limb ol mi todramatte
magnitude.
See the  Council   Fl'      ind
dance.
See the All ick on 011 Fort Rm
See the Gen line In ; in Bra    '���'���:
Big Special   Cast  o' People.
Popular Prices���50c. 75c and $1.00
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���'The Flaming Arrow."
Lincoln j. Carter's sensational drama, "The Flaming Arrow," deals with
events that occur on the western
plains and the Rocky mountains. It
Ls hot .as bloodthirsty as the title
would indicate, but is full of pathos,
H ep heart interest, adventure and
side-splitting bursts of laughter whica
, relieves the more serious plot of the
story.   The play is typically a border
I drama and exploits Indians, cowboys.
i but   is withal  said  to  be one of the
. most   rational   and   inter 3tlng     la
of the kind ever produced.
In the second aci in which an Indian council Is held, there Is .. remarkable realistic reproduction of a
- -Mini! lire, with il.iiii' eapl ig upward appari ntly  in  the mosl   n itural
manner,   The weird Indian mu J
chant i; the uni arthlj dam ta and * u
i whoops;   the  fantastic movemen ���    ;
I the ghost dancei    ani a total e
... moon, all tend to make -
Interesl and no\   I
"The   Rivals.'
Ric lard It in tlej Sherl I in's tllustrt-
ou   cla -;e corned:. "The Rival-.   will
oon  be presented  locally   bj   Joeepl
and William \\   Jefferson.   The capa*
���     ���.-   of   thi :"   stars,   who    served
.   apprenth eship under   th ���   tuts*
������ - ot thi Ir father, the l ite Joseph
Jefferson,   means   thai   thej   are   the
given worthj successors of their distinguish*
���- V.
���}
W*. V
I   !?���**".''
w
��� r ���'
N-''"    _�����_
-��. y
t
in understand thai where vacancies
occur, or new positions are created
bj necessity, fitness ivill be the flrsl
consideration, eml od; In _ the prim i
pies of the new Cli M Sei -; ��� Act until such time as Its provisions nre
made applicable to the whole Dominion Bervice of everj cln s. In anj
i . Mr, Jardine intend.-- to make no
promise to this class of elector,
���>. ei ther the elector gives or withholds
his Hupport, and all true citizens in
the constituency Bhould honor him
for tliis linn resolve, In the case of
public needs, Mr, Jardine will make
no promise, bul what he intends to
perform, and whether to public bodies
���-J sire, Joseph portraj i .sir Lucius
O'Tiigger," while William VV. will
piny "Bob Acres." Being supported
y a company of blBtrlonlc merit, an
evening of rare enjoymeni is assured
when "The Rivals" comes to the
Westminster Opera house, Tues.lav.
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for Friday       ^
and Saturday !��
at Johnston's  Big  Shoe House ��
Specials
W. I. Spai
LATE   WITH   J    V LEE
it- ga to announ
now   ready    to
klnda of uphoh t<
at  the i"'-*1 si
direct    woi
profit.
Cos ���   ' ���' ���    ���'
Ali i omn uni ati< a.- iddr
W, J. Sparkman
���
Cor.   Sixth  and   Ct*is''vc"1
will meet with     om  -   *
tention.
Sts.
i'
We Shoe The Town
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   D3NSER.
H
WW
,    NEW
\.Sl
for
Our
'Cei
fool iall
a pair,
A.Sk      flX       t|| ���;
'High Merit'
patent li  th men
Our price ll 50 a
Now goods
shoes to: men
Ladies1
\
ici
kl
1.
Blue!
er
cut,
he,
1.
or
.:
,00 .i
pal
(
iin
tn
it
' coll
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cu
for
ii.
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61
.-. $���;.:
0
pali
l
ati
ll!
1",
ither,
Iiii
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",U
1 air.
with   Cuban
cut;
Ask for our J3.60 m- as
in><>t with leather lining and
made from No. l box calf
leather,
wharf,
Thurs-
Men's
Oun uii'i.L and box calf boots
heavj  . ole fur $3.00 and $3.50 ;
Ho., call
|i it li.-1-  Un-
o!   with
Our  in
heavj  -ol
ce 13.50 a
.nvi
Kill-.
Patenl li al hei
kid top.   Special
Blucher cut and dull
price $4,50 a pair.
Recjular sailings bet-veen
WESTMINSTER   and  CHIL.U
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Ungle:
Mission ami way porta with :>as*
eengers and freight.
Leaves    Brackman a;  Ket
New   Westminster.  Tuesdays,
days  and   Saturday  at 8 a   m.
Leaves   Chllllwa  :. Wednesday, Ft
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For riit.-s   md partlcula
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW    WESTMIN'
K.   WHITMO
C.
arj
A_l. to Bee this patent leather shoe tor ladles, it's
ver..  stylish.    Oui  price 94.00
a pair.
coming ii
very day.
I kui'i
overlook thi
xtra sh
Ol-   VI
to see out new Empress shoes for ladles and our Invlotue
for today and tomoi row.
Warships Despatched.
Con tantinople, tin 8 Th ��� ci uleer
Medjldlsh and three torpedo boats
��� en despatched to the island of Samoa toddy, as it was reported at the
war office h ire that the people of the
Island were about to declare th.-ir In-
i|e etuli ui e of the Moslem empire.
'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
�� Grand Trunk h
Excellent Train Service Between
^8 Chicago, London,
W       Hamilton, Toronto,
ff-j i Montreal, Quebec,
m Portland, Boston,
Ldallthe principal busina   ��nterso
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the m
1 TIME PROVINCE.S.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK J
PHILADELPHIA, via Ma*.    ^a
|        For Tim- Tables. .*��� ��� *<��Te>S
GEO.   W.  \/t< >>
 I Tick-"1
.SSlBtont Ccn'l  |-:irt.^-;':r*;   ���'���       ns.
- AKent, ISfi Adams St.
ihicABC
,  f'A
* fi
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
&
New Westminster, B. C.
IN   B. C.
"The Milwaukee"
���The   Pion**��i   Limited'
Chicago,  "Short  Line
Chicago,  "South    ������e
Kansai City to Chicago
Si   P��u- ,0
' 0��.il" to
,   Umlt���� 1903
THE   DAILY      I v
PAGE FTVT!
| The lash swres T. H. SMITH The Cash Stores
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1 ������������������������f ����������>>�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
.ANOTHER LOT OF |
1/ ^
I Dressers and Stands {
��������� ���**���������**-**���������**���-** *.
. ...,i, ,i,i.
. the earni
*
AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
,;. here with
���vaser River
-.
house' -
for til   '���'������l
pepai
Minn.
ish liiud bustle nt the Exhibition i.- over tnrltty
���    looking for good    to replenish tho house
m son    In our   Blanket  and   House   Furnishing
���ii  be found sonn- Interesting items whicb w<
arelul attention
Kno
C." try on
Sti ���':.'���-     I ���
las:   ni 'i
Oille    Bro
Clea     -:
I'merit���thi   "Brlllante,"
: B. C   Clga
tox   of   "B
For* cul flowers pot plant-:
or bo i lephone    Davis & Son,
florist*
-If
lie -. ��� len, wh
It  will  rn
D. .
��� been im    months   in
���i .'���
i hav... *
con-
h
necl I ��� ���      luildin,
! dredgi eft   for  falgar    ���
. ,..,!    po1 titer la Bast
"'    '�����Bl    f'"'      .     ��� handle "B  C      ���     Old
S;,.,. igars       Th"    old    reliable
of   exclusive f brand*
���:   by H   com ���
[early thi ���   this 3 ea   would
���
LEE'S
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER.  B   C.
Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
���
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Ke   >n    Wilso      .1 > ine
'Tin    Hone
..     . .     ...
Clean   Sweep   Out   of
Frilled   Curtain
M .-:.:.:-���
40c    Frilled Muslin
for  22 l-2c
-mined to make a clean  . weep ol  our I'
:.      A:  we dn not Intend  i    keep this particular
,ilIui ,. -.,  ih;.   Is a go        opp     unltj to secure r*
....      . tain Muslin at less        t   cost   price.    The
I  materia ilain    flora: and coin spo   muslin, 48 to 60 inches
rilled :*u both   edges       As   we say,   tbe   regulai
for this week  we will sacrifice -ie m at 22'2c
rhe   C    I'    li    ..
.
Mi   r c a
i  hi.  Wedi
in thi   S
agen:   for be : ne for ihe salmon I
���.>���--   of jit has i ���    -..      rec
foi the cannei
shu   d .1 th,. fact  I   ���
thel ��� ���-���!:    dl
Jtan that i
is no shed no - th    lo
run ������
...     ...       .       .���������" ...       ��.   '       ���        ..       1-       ���        a        ���-
f
���
��� iter for
mora
le, who died
iiiii...   - Ul bi  burled
.    today
Gordon's Dry Goods House
Ladies    Suits*
All Columbia mogia ���    disc  rec-
ords ii In    i   >0c each,
regu la Bu     while   the
chol t    H.  Todd's  music
house
���-.
..
Great   Activity   in   the
Blanket   Department
... hit   season,    if
see on** spec ' thla we k  Remembe
B] ,.     ���       . His!   Columbia.    V. -
......   in        -     lays as most larger sto i    -
Sn greal Is oi ition for good blankets
���-.-,   all   ' '
rts     We buy direct ��������*���  srl'  ���*'
Dr.   V;.i.    iq, ..���       ..-.. 'day    for
Brandon sho 'I   visit to
Ihis  brothel    W E   Vanstone, having
ned here when the latter
was   Buddei      - ricken  111  two weeks
'' .Vatson sti ha    work
\. ,is    i ominenced     ��� ��� ������ d   .    on    the
'"-���mi   ��� ioi   ..   the nev.   Rv<    hall    at
P ....     md  Fourth  avenue  and
illdini;  should be comp   te I
cours. o1 fi -f- wi'i'i b
...   over 4000 ' '��� 'lum-
!>ia phon .   i  ih    ���. .��� ds at .1. H, Todd'B
si.    a 75c record for fifty
cents,   i ... ���.- this stocl    ������
. ducing sale ** Ul no     is   tong.
The death ol I.e-  Fook, a C'hinain:.n
who was working  fo   W. J.  Kerr, ol
this city,
imen   b>
���     in the Chinese
-noon
Apr
po t. da;   b    Isaiah Ma-
ney, ���     Uu i.-!        for fl
e.i   " ���'' erti d  from an un
ninn- hicl throug
lot  8t near   Hastings   road    ���
Th Uverted by mean
u I ram, and will
uBed   fo    I li    io"!    agriculture'   .
.,, -..,. ..      The  application    will    be  ;
heard oi 11
For sale���Seven roomed house, :*
bath room, pautrles, closets, wood- *
shed;     ho carriage   house;   *
fruit ' ������*-- on full lot. For further ���
partic' ppl to owner it**: Kighth ',
street. ^^-'���-'-'-B
by
distinguished
���
citv this week was the  ���'
1>.   dn      to 'me   lieutenant- ,*.
governo - ;   Co umbia, ""���' r^-\ *).
\l!" ll
-..-ne- -  iii the
Hon^H     .	
           fe re-1
centh      .     ��� Ictorla.    Mr,  Dewdney,   j
accom '    -      b    \\.  K   Gordon,    of   ���
i -"-
Toronti M   Lo. ���   Eureka, Kan. ;l jj
K.   A and  jjj
;.*���-.. .. _es '   yes-
terda ��� Ro -     ! i-in-;-
express from New York���-25
Suits���Nobby styles in the
newest cloths
Prices range from
$15.00 to $45.00
High Class  Millinery
Special Showing this week
THE FASHION CENTRE
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horsi    oci    red   Wod    '*���   -    ���- ���  . .... ���   .,
St. Mary's hospital - md v
.....        \       ���     .
r Hi - - i '���   '������'. -
ihe ��� - on.
The piano yon bought at the^M- j��� ^ ^ ^ ^
-    '���    I   rSmhla^et! co,s of ten inches each, to be divert
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500 Baskets
Concord^ Grapes.
Hi.iukels. ;>-1  .
B inkets    ���   ���   - .
> ; size, from
$��� '-
i- ' ���
.$2.65
SEE SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY
' '   __________________________________���.
the mos   reliabl *  '
Arm "Hli  *���'���'"���       ��� ' '  bu8i
ness,
\ ;,n early houi :��� ti da\ morning the premise* oi B. B 8mltb, who
conducts  a   general store  al  Clove;
���ni linn imed st n in
ird Inlet, thro gh  ;" and |
. , mid to be used for domestic nnd
-i rial  pui poses    we       ���     I jt
':  and grants given tor the same
\    -...ord   Was   Sllso   grant".I   to  fiavW
Baunders, or Cloverdale   for thlrtSn
50c per Basket
THE
f The tasii Stores J. H. SMITH The Cash stores
��� - H
. ... ���  .   ���....��������������-������ ���������-��������������������-*��� ������  .���--.������.��� ���������'��������� ������-  ������-::���?..���*���--������-   o
>*Z*J*J*-JJ*O*0*0*O*O*0   ^*Ly*^*o*^J*o*oo*o*o*0*0*0^0
dale, sm rej. were
;i - yet unknown to the police, ami
$126 In cash, two revolvers and a gold
watch and chain with locket attached
stolen. Little or ti" Information regarding thi   entrance or tho Buccesa
store  at  Clover- gaimders, Of Cloverdale, for thtrteei.   j. e.._��_��lw   Cf__tt*_Oe    GEO. ADAMS
i   a  ,,,,,��, akn      ; Public Supply Mores uc p
....,! ���..,i i .   ..      .iio    aoutheasi . ���    ~  ___!  '
ful  High
tin
Campbell rlvev at the aoutheasi
quarter of section 22, towsnhlp 7
Langley municipality, the water to lu
conveyed toy means of a dam. ditch
illume or pipe, and used for fcgrlcultur
!al  domestic and Industrial purposes.
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Prop.
Fhone 92.
*  A
u*************+**++++*****���******^^^^	
Wi
IMPORTANT
When You Are Sick
The Two Great
Leaders in Waterproof   Shoes
are
The Canadian K
AND
The "Doctor Special"
��� lanadian K" has an oil tanned water-
with a double sole  from   toe   to
'' ier lined, with a viscolized Bole.
.    v       m't get wet feet if you  wear this
shoe.
The ������Doctor Special" is a Shoe that needs
vei7 little talking about, it having made a
name for itself in B. C.
p   We have them for Ladies as well   aa for
Rentier:-.
and see our new stock.
E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
That you
attention
nelthi i do
io    l havi   the   ��� --ry best
ire nol  d<" l    -
in   lie.     1!'-   '...-
-
ll   ,\.  Mellon yesterda ���  receli i I   a
gram  for l1"1" inches of water to be
used I" connection with the operation]);
of  i pulp mill and other manufachir-\\ \
lng ind'i- tries and tor domestic   pn     ]'
mi  Howe   sound,    Mr.   Mellon lo
��� hal  ��� lie mil! ivil! emploj  an     ,,
��� from 80 to 100 men    The com '***
... - about   100 :n res of Ian I ani
it i of t inch, s already, wh!   -   ���
-li not all iiseii at present, will
ii/.'il  a-;  Boon   as  the mil!    re-
Dperfition i the Brsl Of nbxl yeai
iter for which the record  wo
��� ���       taken trom "-
^J^^H^^^______Rb-nv'n-;
 ��� ties      ���   .'     "ibe.   we  prefer
1  | ,.      ...     lo.   e   do  that.     V.
..,,  ,.   ���   In Is  when  you   want,    the
I,    ' "^-'  thla
I', '"""     j	
[cure-    Ou,     .tal :"���* ��� !"ir;'..    ,       .,���.*y channel. Howe sound, n-   .   ���
,���ii nl the top of the tails.    \  ��
... ' Burae will b    th    mt an
lng th ��� water,
is to
e X11 c|^^^^^^^^_
, ���i inality,
*^^h amm^^M
,    irugglst who is
Session,    We want t"      ,: :,(���-ts  received   from   h.V\   I '        w
I , .        iscriptlon no ma"" ,hv,lv j,mction town near H"i      .
| ,     ���_ ii   .,,1.1 we pledgi ,  are t0 the effect that the place  ���
I ,     ,,-.! will get a squareL     ,n, dooming and that there la con   >
correctness,   quality   and ,,,.  gp&cuiation  in  real  estate   ���
We .   been   twenty Bve .ii.VI| is on th(, Canadian Pacific }
r3 ere and atfefrilling   (,; ,   ;;,(.,lt   Northern railways,  while ���
e judged  '���'������  '">"' recori.    if -""  ^ Chilliwack tram will pass through.��
,v ,M to pay tor your medic        ,   ,u conSequence there has been a
.v;,   jnpplj   name free   of charge ;gtrong njcrvemant In the opening   "f
stores, hotels and Industries, the Itov
al Hank heins now busily engaged i'1
fitting up premises. The Oreat Northern itation is nearly completed, and
ii is expected that trains will lie run-
  nlivr  over   the   new    line- ln  I short
DRUG   STORE     ltw��
we   " '	
CURTIS'
Let Us Get Together
and  t.ilk  insurance  In  a  serious way, and  I am sure it will  mean
money to both Of us.
I have been writing insurance here for ten yers now, and the
companies I represent are all reliable Canadian companies which
need no eulogies as their records are a splendid evidence of the
business methods  and prompt payment  of losses.
I can save you money on your premiums If you give me a
chance, and at the same time will be making a fair profit myself.
Let me quote you a rate on your old  and new bu-.:r.ess.
���
���
���
$*w?
yi
i-yl
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
P.3.���Can give you better value   on
spectacles thnu others.    We make a
.f  specialty of thin Hn��
DIED.
HOOD���At Nanaimo, on Tuesday, Oct.
6, Isaac Hood, a native of Hay Roberts, Newfoundland, aged  23  years
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
i ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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ADVERTISE  IN   THE  NEWS
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY. OCT.
��MMMMWWHJ.ft��
Why Not Style in Boys' IMig ? i gfc��|i-
Notice
!o��OaK^O^)^^a*^0^3^5^)^^0 OaK^OK^O*0��oo*
I lUr Mil. V IU Mill V Ui. I ���    Notice is hereby given that the Van
.(U��<*S5**^^ couver Power company, Limited, has
  . tins day deposited in the Land Regis.
LOST-Bxhibition week, a purse con- offlce at the 0Uy Qf       ��   "�����
A        talnlng three *50 Hills  etc.; initials     ;   ���,    Bl,Ush   m West1
iJL       on purse, A. D, P.    Finder sultabl,   _|ld book of reference ���/  ��� Jjj
rewarded on leaving nurse at Mac-} mlnster-Chllllwack Railway Extension
K.-iuie's ihuij -lore.    ,:( ;]; a p0,nt at ��� u���ai. ^ oQe ^
!,,    two,  city block   four In the  City  nf
j Xew Westminster, to AVootsford pass-
 .���_ _���.   m., through    the    Municipalities   of
WANTED���To purchase, 5 acres good j surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui and
bush land, close in. W, E. H., News ,).,. townsite of Ahbotsford in the
of,i"*' Dist, tit   nf   New   Westminster,   being
WANTED-Purniehed room hy young !ection (m"' two and three '^ -��W
man; close In. J. E. C, Daily Newe ; wa>\as__s*��_w�� on the said plan and
office
The Best Yet!
Five and ten acre blocks of the best soil, dra
cultivation, on I'liilliwacl. tram line. Call an : ��� ���
upon thia land.   Terms reasonable.
l'eadi :���,
' '        ���:
WANTED   A   nurse   girl.   Mr
.lones.
DominionTrust Co., Ltd j
�� ITH08. R. PEARSON, Msnager
Real Estate, Bl
Ni
Con mlssioner of laamls and Works fo
LOST���Lady's  English upeu  face  IS-.the Province ot British Columbia,
curat gold watch.   Kinder please re-      Dated this Tth day of August, A. D.
turn to -l. Bell, World office. 190S
  * A. E. BECK,
WANTED���-Dressmaking;   also   plain
sewing done first class; experienced.
Apply M. M., ���!!'- Royal avenue and.
Leopold Place.
FOR SALE���Three live acre tracts,
three miles from city, on main
road, good fruit and vegetable land.
On on..- 1 have a cabin. 100 chickens, tools, etc. Partly cleared. Will
sell cheap,     Apply J.  E.  W.,  this
Important Notice
The plans, profile and estimate   ol
co.-.; of the proposed permanent   hu
ll rove
We're making a special feature this season of a different kind of
clothing for boys. The rule has been to consider anything good
enough lf it didn't wear out loo quickly, and the average boy has
looked the part, We're ready now with distinctive style as well as
quality In boys' suiis and overcoats, and the novelty of 11 all is bringing us plenty of business.
Give the boys a chance I    Appeal all yen can to their self-respect.
Wel) dressed hoys are made so nowadays at very little expense, and!
values such as these won't Intevfere with your buying:
Hoys'  two-piece  suits    $3.00, $2.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5,00 , ^ 	
Boys three-piece suits  $3.50. $4.00, $5.50 to $10.00  T0   LET���Housekeeping   rooms   turn-  beeD prepared and placed on view in
It costs no more to get IboyB' clothing really stylish as well as j Ished or unfurnished, also slngh the room lately occupied by the school
good if you come to the right store. It we weren't very sure of tho room with flni view. Apply 123 board, city hull, where they maybe
unusual quality as well as stylo of our boys*    ilts, we should say less      Ninth street, city. Inspected    during   office    hours   by
.., ou) .,,,,.,, 1    parties  interested in this  very neces-
WANaTED���A  girl   for general   house  gary  loca] improvement,
work.    Apply    to   -Mrs. F. B, Lyle,
Third street, above Queens avenue
oney to Loen I
i.ve,i and sanctioned by the Chief o*O*0*0*O*O*00K)*0#0*O*O*0 0*0*0*C**OC-*C   ���  ���OOttwJ
; Commissioner of Lands and Works for 1 :	
***** ������������������������������������������������������������������������^^
I VEIL PINS and
I BEAUTY pins
1 AT
W. C. CHAMBERLIN ^n*^
Sole Agents for
Solicitor for  the  Vancouver Power
Company Limited.
office.
ment of Columbia street (including a main, trunk sewer, cement
sidewalks and    street   paving)    have.
The.  lxmgiii' s   Wai
and   Hamilton Wi tcl
���
* 1
************************** *******************++mS
REID & CO.
Successor tc H. L. DeBeck.
Phone 442
PUBUC WORKS EFFECTED
TO RENT���Two furnished bedrooms
Apply Arrow  Press,  back of Wind-   \ugust 25  190S.
sor hotel. ____���������
N. II. McQUARRIE,
Acting City Clerk-
City  Hall, New Westminster, 11. (.'..
Some t acts and Figures Showing What the Laurier Government Has Done for This Province During
Its Twelve Years of Administration
FOR SALE���-Light pony cart, in good
condition; or exchange for buggy.
Morley, Vancouver road, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���House, stable and two
lots, cleared and fenced, Second
Btreet and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the pre-
: WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must 'be moderate; near
bridge preferred. Apply Post Office
Box 732.
Tenders Wanted
Previous to 1896 ibe government of
ib,- daj virtually torgol that tue
province of British Columbia was on
ihe map, anil did nothing; but the
Liberal government bus established a
large number of necessan works and
institutions, .sueh as an experimental
farm, wharves, public buildings, telegraphs, die,Ige.-, hatcheries, lighthouses and buoys innumerable. The
appended tacts show whal were the
expenditures ol the reBpectlvi governments upon public works works;
Conservative. Liberal,
IS93-1S96 1905-1901.
Public    works   expenditures in B.C.$580,648 $1,796,190
The   Lib. ral government.   therefore,
iu ilu   last three yaeru lias expended
In  public  works  in   luiiish  Columbia  expenditure on the other    hand    has 1
eral   administration   expended,  more y E S T MIN S T ER EMPLOYMENT
than three times us much as their op- AGENCY���Under new management, j
ponents  did,  while In  telegraph  con- niiC, Columbia street, Phone 306. P.O :
structlon   the  balance i.s    still    mine pox 807.    Can supply you  with all
overwhelming^  In  favor of the gov-1 1;|n,ls 0f help    promptly,    free    of
ei niiiem  of Sir Wilfrid Laurier --..i.i-' charge.    Branch office, 107 Cordova
amrwmKwmrrrrsiri-
Heatm
St
oves
li >ou want a heater for soft or hard coal 0   . ���    : we iii*m.
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks, handsome In 1     ���    anc,
heavy nlckle trimmings.    Also large range of airtigl
IX)   uo;   forget   to  call   In   and   InBpect   our Oxford  and   ..
Ranges, the ranges that Rive real genuine satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & Co., lti.
er.ii.s. $400,179; Conservatives, $41,022. |    street weet, Phone A 2750. Vaucou-
Taklng  the expenditure of the two     ver  g c
. ,. ,      ���     .1 i '   seen  at mv   otfice,
parlies  111   public  works  in the   pro-! -  '.-���        -._���*__;
,, , ,-,.,.,., , . Lowest or anv tender    not   neces
.line  year   In   year  for     ihree    years j  w n       1 ���    1
sarily accepted.
('.  II. CLOW, Architect.
I I
Japanese Employment Agency
eaeh. the following result is shown:
Conservatives Llberals-
lS$:i-94..$274,18X        1907-OS. .$732,050; CONTRACTORS
1894-95..   159,420       1906-07.. 510,5071 ��"�����'  TRANSLATORS
1895-96..   147,045       1905-06.. $553,827] Male and Female HelP P'omPtly
Note the decline In the Conuerva- Furnished.                       ;T*.      '.A*  ������J D��____
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS., ! Freight   atlCL    JTaSS-
iive expenditure in British Columbia
trom 1893 to 1896, and even at us
besi ii was low enough.   Tin- Liberal Phone 431
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
more than three times as much as the
Conservative government in the same
b ngih of time
Details of the above aggregates are;
(1111serv.1i Ive.  Liberal -.
1893-1896 1905-1908
Publi.'  buildings     ,.*271.55S   $523,562
Hai .or.-, rivers, di'i dg-
ing.   etc 26S.OI
Ti legraph cousi 1 uc-
tlon         il"--
been Increasing year by your. It
Bhould be borne in mind that the
changing of the fiscal period making
the year end March 33 instead of
.lune 30 cul three months out of 1907.
so that while the expenditure in 1907
seems less than that of 1906, it was
really greater In due proportion. Note
872 G45 the marked contrast in the expendl-
i ture of  1896 and   1908���Conservative,
400.179 1 ,1 17,045;   Liberal. $732,056,
ln public   ml.ling,  the Liberal gov-     This means thai all along the lln
.,,,,,,,, ...  |U .ii,, |a8|  ihree years    no-  the department  of  public    works    .1. ,
compllsht'd twice as much as Conserva-j now administered does lis   duty    by
lives iu the sume lime;  in    lhe    Im-JBrlttsh   Columbia,   while  In   the  days
and rivers and of Conservative 1. .inn   the    province
in the construction uf dredges the Lib-lwns  shamefully  neglected.
I TitIS BUTE IN HISTORY
��
1
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OCTOBER 9.
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oui       I'  luski     ".1 -    nun
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:   . \ ..1111 ill,
w iji  c.i. s,     Vmerii 1111    s 11
man   imi    horn   Died .lum   1"
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admiral,   died    In    Gw 1 n ������
Uo     ��� .1 ru on March 11, l7.w 1
f- 17
:-
iver)   was 11 ol Ish etl    In    ilu*
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ISfiO
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ijor- Gi neriil    I.< <m n.l   Won 1 !
1     s    \ ,  v, us    Imi .1    in  Win
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1866
.
1 leni j  \\ as elect ml g< -
IS70
ill
ol   Pi 1111 ������ '.'. in a
le.  1.           . ...1   v. ...   ��� StUllU*  ll' 1
To in ipet I  I-.m .
Meiiii.  il. 1 id    S     Se-   Thus    .    .
e UVi      1 1  ...   ;     uliri'OV    1110  '.
1 Bat ui 1 ij on his regu .   ���
i-it'iui oi   ,   1   !��� n
OPERA   HOU����  BOOKINGS.
1 >. .. _i ;    Tit     1 -.I', un   Boyi
. lot. 11    Pluming At row,
Oct,    I'..      Hi
Oil    i'i     Ho! j   city,
2'.',   Jusl  Out  0   Collet
No\.  1.Tim Proud '.
. -     I :.    Monl mlted,
N'i ;.   It.     Hip  Hip Hooray,
\..\    J"    Willard   Mack.
Nov, 26    The Ni ft   1 lominion,
Dec   I.    Pun "ii  Broadway.
I iec,        The  1 .Ion and the Mouse.
1 li.-.  ���'..   Little Johnnj   Jones.
Gee  9.    Arizona.
Dec.   16,    Whj   Girl    Leave Home.
Dec   im.   50  Miles Prom  Boston.
Dec,   24    Babes   in Toyland.
111.-   2.    s .ii ;���   Bottom,
Dec,   29    'I'h,.   On .-   Divide,
Dee   30,   Florenci   Roberts,
.Inn. 5,   Her  Plrsl   Fai 1   Step,
1.111.   6,     ShOTC   Ael.s
Ian 13    Theodori   Lorch.
Jan 2.     Devils    Vuctli
Jan ���������    San   \: tonlo,
P< I ���     lam    R  1
h  :i.���-a   S ia
\lari      19     I'n,  .     *��� ���       Cabin
'   ���.
S0D4
NALBKATUS
IS THE BEST.
E.W.GILLETTE" w
���' ���'��    r .. :.-
Sealed tenders will be received to
noon. October 15th, for supply of
sawn and hewn fir lies for New West-
mlnster-Chilllwack Railway, Clover-
dale to Ahbotsford. also Abbotsford to
chilliwack.
Specifications can be procured from
Local Manager, New Westminster, or
my office.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.
\V   H. Hazlitt, Purchasing Agent.
Notice to Builders
Tenders win be receive! by the undersigned up  to Wednesdaj  noon, of
Oct. 14th, for the erection <;f a   two =
storey    dwelling    house    on    Twelfth
street, for J. McNiven, Esq. ****************************************************
Plans and    specifications    may    be 4 rpi I""*** \ T    11 KT
lhe rraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by buying Iron A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation,    -
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200.000 fruit trees ;��� .
can handle your order, no matter what the size.    If we   lia""'
agent ln your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake fi r prices,
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������*i
I
/ower rraser
Ri
iver
p.o. Bo, 885. enger Service per
SS. "Favorite
Now is the time to look after your
EYES
v
'    Carrying  freight  and passengers to I
I all points between New  Westminster', �����0*O*OK!^O*0O*C����O*<_^0*0��O OK>*OK>��O*O*OO*O*O��0*0��0��gJ
land Westham island. |#
I     Leaves  Brackman-Ker's wharf daily
j at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
additional trip on Mondays, leaving at
5 a.m.
Returning  leave  Westham Island 7
a.m. daily, except l-'ridays at 8 a.m.; I
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m.
Calling    at    Steveston    Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays,
Tickets  to Steveston an*, return 50
Call in.
Eyes Tested Free
cents nu Saturdays only.
TORONTO.CUT
��� !��������� Ill Will.
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TAKE I
The White Pass  i
and Yukon faoute
    -   .  for CONRAD, CARCRORS. ATLIN,
WHITE    HORSE,   DAWSON   and
l anaHianPfinlfln Fairbanks.  Daily trains (except
Vsaiia-Uia.il i d.*LlilC Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
L'AIIW/AV rruuiinrn/ fxpress and freight connect with
RAILWAY COMPANY       ,tages at Carcross and White Hon.,
maintaining a tliroiiKh winter service.
lf you wan;  to   e.iijo.    your   lrit      p0I information applv to
across the continent������ I   H    ROGERS.  Traffic  Mans��ei
Travel by the S enii    Rallwaj    ol
America.
(    Through  Dining Tourist  and Fir.
Cass   Sleeping Cars.
Kastern Express Ii ave   at 7; 10.
Atlantic Kxpre >  .,.   ,,.s :,,  p.gg
For further  partlcmars and reserw-' Two   door*   from   Ceo.  Adam*,  Grocer
Tons apply
ED, GOULET Ladles' Gold Watcnea from 112.75 up.
Agent  N'ew Westminster Gentlemen's   silver   Watch"*    open
*r to E, .I. COYLE ' fa*'*'* *6'00'
laiau   nPni   paeo    .... Gentlemen's Silver   Watcnes,   doubl"
' *    "'.''OHV,��r ��-f e/a
 -���___.___ r'aR'?   *7.b0 up,
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
''"       ���*' '*'   I    ;-*        -. Watches, gupplled   to    the    Wellman	
Arctic  Exnedltlon      Ml warranted. _____..
THE      D a i  l '-*      >j p u/ .-        ' ''"I"**- 'tines,   leivnirv, etc.. Pte
Watch   t- ilrtng:    *i*.ar:*'5'   reason
Me.
RYALUS
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DRUG
STORE
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-IF. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
You'll Be Stuck
On   Our Cement
when   you  se ���   h"��
where   you   ,\
will I tunll) |il' -
other    building    ������'���'
which we carrj   1 -
We   ngure  on    ���
v ��� materials hi
we   rely on	
with your first order
plish lhat result    '������
it io us today '���'
GILLEY BROS
LIMITED
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Ft ::   .*���
ADVERTISE. IN THE NEWS
iti Vi?* OCT    *������
TiLE DAtLY *      5
PAGb oclVliN
mi Service
vo,10��ine ��re
ta hours ot deapaWh
���arr.-"    ^     ,.    ������.,. given  In
..���!   of closing,
raiser .����
....    '
ial    -
ion
��� :T
til
:, rule, be
All mails.
a |  despatch
.,,...-  Sunday,
ed .i"   ' hed    ami    re-
Tta- <-���''
Bunda
i     i;    soillli
, ,   including
qanperton,    Fraser
m
���   I.  - ���
lllli
m        MaHs Despatched.
,.    Bl    O'OlOCl
:.
mcouvei     ya
,_Vftneouver   and   (except
B   C.  Eleetrii
mttsandSet including all V
...
G N  B
, :r a.m
Tuesday) ���   '
Tail*'"
TTLt'anil  south, and points
p   R. south:  also
,..   ann   Fraser
���   Seattli      -
-   an i i  ������
������ ��������� Wes   	
mer and Bit. ��� '   N   R
ind distrlcl (Clo
re  Elgin, Aim
���    Pralrle)    Hi,'"],
- ***** **d
lail   exceptSun-
Monday,     Tui -ic
I- '��� *        ���'>���    Tynehead
nesdaj and Sat*
j '.' are ali received
Isao-.i.. patched.
h ain   Vancouver, Victoria and
......   | via B. C. Electric rail-
nr
12:30 -~': '*"*��� beJ ry   Hill,    Tim
terluul and   s.iuib Westminster,   tv.
5,,.--: md Fridayi.
��� Burnaby, bj courlei
::. ��� Burquitlam. by courier.
Lad ier.   Port   Gulchon,
j.;.:. and  Sunbury.   dall)
Upt S ���   ���' : Woodward,    Tuesday.
L ia        [S iturday. via  steamer
fii..:-'   C   ������   J. C. Bruce.    (Steve
|ii mail       itched and received   via
Tincotivi r I
,.:.. ..; I' per Siding, \ la t;.
X. P.. north.
1:00���Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via B. rail* ���;-.   Saturda;
a extr   : lespatched to    Vic
t thl   hour.
���.. lulling all  c
S. point- ��� id south   iria. G, N   ���'.
.*���������
���p. R. east, Sapper - n,
Coquitlam.
Note.���Tl ���   two 6:30 a.m. C.  P,  K
nails   out tat, tak    mall 1
ill N-.v     Weatminater
cast - ������.-   ani  dial l< '
;.ll. p.m. C   P
8 di ill  Lower  Fraaer
: li-iatn except  Pltl
lane     For. Hammond,
Ito u... -���     Mission     Citj
W :������; -   - "     Hot    Springs.
S M   ��� I    md Barnet goes
I Wl   - and C  P. R. mails
Mails   Received.
M& a       Blaine and    Seattle,    in-
|-iMia? ..        -.   points, via O. N. R.
"0*..-
���   ' ' i a.n_.���Strawberry Hill,
\'~~  ���        ind South   WestmtosteT,
-''���    ���*��� :,    i _d Friday).
' ���" ������       Vancouver aad Victoria,
���     railway.
. ouver,  via G. .V R
���������M "   nn.���-Ladner,   Port
.. n Island and (Tues-'
md  -..uurday i   Wood-
*'���"��� Favourite, iSte.ves-
t0B le   -      .   i id  -ecelved -��� a Van
oonver
,;i  -'*  pa.   ea it,
! ^Perton   ��� -, ,.     .,        ,.it       ,,-,-,���
Central Park
Burnaby, by courier.
Canadian Pacific Railway G>
Irltlit   Columbia Coaat Una
Bervice
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SC '.TTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouvei
Hriii' p.m. daily except  Sunda
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancot
dailj   excepi  Sunda    at   10 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at. 1 p.m. dali
Princess Royal at i�� a.m. dailj   except  Tuesday.
VANCOUVER-SEATTLE  ROUTE
Steamer   Princess    Royal    leave
a. m. ..ail-,  except  Tuosdaj   for Sea
tie.
On Sundays leave; Vancouver 9 a.iu.j
tor Seattle via Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S.  Trader -will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tin- ja    and
Friday, when business offers
Leaves New Westminster on W "tines-day   and   Saturd&J
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tee*
Leaves Victoria ll p.m ut, 7th, 14th
and liOth of each month for Clay. ,������������
Mosquito Ha, ior and way ports,  7th
ol each month for Quatsino and  waj
ports; L'Oih of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino. Cape Scott and way ports
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leave?  Vancouver 1:80  pm   daily,
excepi   Sunday.     Leaves   Nanaimo  at
7 a. ni.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .     NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
n*. i s Nanaimo 4 p.m,
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m;
arrives Victoria 8 p. m.
S.S. Queen City leavei Vancouver
7 p.m. Sunday; arrives Nanaimo ll
p.   m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA. LUNO,
ETC
S. S. Queen City.
i'roui Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednei-
daj Er a Vancouver 10 a.m following daj tor above and Intermedials
points. Returning to Vancouver ^nn
day afternoon; Victorl i Mondaj
morning   >la   l. id* smllh,
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
B.S.  Amur.
Lea* es Vancouver '*!nii and  18th ot
e\ ��� ������.   month ;it. * p in.
UP  RlVKR.
Lieaver���
From   New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From ('hliil-vaek Tuesday, Thursday
in 1 Saturday.
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���all or address
rcn oo-TLKT.
Aicetit. New WMtminstor
C. B. FOS1 ER,
:**-.   Cien   Pi����   Agent, V-mcouver
I   vv. Turn:P.
l^fiear.'   Hm i... **r,.(.r,i1rtt,*     *'lr.,,T-1a
��� on, by courier.
-
Id  .,���   nut Seattle
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tiso all points
"v W'.slniinstei-.
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*.  Boatman's  Story  of  the   Antt*.   <***
tho Litt.0 Poop!*.
Here Is a modern fairy story from
Ireland: "One day about twenty years
sgo," writes a cnrrMpoudent, "I vr-M
llghlng from n boat on Cough Derg.
l inquired of my boatmen If they hiad
��vi",- seen fairies At tirst. fearing to
be- laughed at, they scouted the ldesk
but one of them told tlie following:
"On a Sunday tic *jra.s returning after
tuns-- and stood with a Wend named
Bullivan   ou  tha  bridge   ot   KUlaloe.
Looking toward a potato field on th��
sloye cf the rt3ln;. gronnd to the oast
tif the towh, a field which ho was abt��
to  pot!H out from  this  boat, he saw
issuing from the liss a troop of 'UttJ��
people,' one being distinctly taller than
the rest   At first they   .cetntaA rather
blurred, then took distinct shapes and
began to play the national gnaw o-I
hurley   among  the  hare  potato  rtga.
He called Sullivan's attention to the-m,
' but for some time his friend could not
eoe them, then said he could, and they
w.rMied the game together for a timet
Then the sun went in, and the falrtet,
moving 0*ward the Has, as If return-
tot: to lt vanished.    Ltsses are mug*
place--, sometime'* hillocks, sometlmiis
depressions,   often   bushy,   but   nove��
cultivated.   I hive !x-en totd they are
left as doorways for the fairies whan
visiting rhe earth'*, -wfaee."��� Chicago
News,
Humor mt Philosophy
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A Bladenahurg merchant waa dofelng
in his store, one day when -.i little git
with a pitcher appeared in the doorway and asked for a quart of molasses.
The storekeeper yawned, stretched
himself, half opened his eyes, and then
in an injured tone said, "Ain't there
nobody ln Bladensburg that sella
molasses but me ?"
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PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Trouble of onr own making ts about,
the only kind tint ever causes In-
komnla.
TTTie entire picture Is ont of drawing
tf ym can't find your .elf In the c"u-
tral foreground.
A full stomach rarely traveft wim *
mean disposition.
Some men like to have their wiv..��
do all the ehurchgoing and even ut*
by doing all the ^heater going the��y-
telves.
It is true that women are foolish, but
tf they were wise what would heer.iiia
ef the men";
flnce no ewiiidi'iifw lu the person
who is always cant-dlng ln you,
A person may be agreeable to th��
���joint of dlsagreeabllltlr.
The reason ��vh; in c impan   *
throw In the scenery with every Hi>��
Class   He';. ���   la   thai    II    - ' ll -:   tb'"'.
mon*'*
An Idle rumor Is ibotlt us busy i-* *���
oaad hornet.
When tlilns;. u ��� coming easy jyja
feel that everybody else who isn't lo
la a jay and don '   I serve  .uccess.
The game laws idh'l prevent tb*
wise boys from hunting suckers fell th*
year around.
A Modern Runabout.
An antomoliile hns i.een constrvleted
for the czar that In armored like a vrn��
vessel. Sow when He .ides abroad
and his losing subiects throw things
at him all he will have to do will ba
to give the chauffeur thtf busy sitjn
and be on hla way
With this handy chariot It will  b��
plenty safe, for the czar to go out into
the field where the soldiers are show*
Ins whnt they would do to the .Tnpa*
aese if they had .1 chance, and review
his troops.   Then   when   a   volley   of
hard, searching bullets Is fired at iiiin
by  mistake,  he  ,-an  look  up through
! *e opening after the balls have censed
!  to make music ou the armor plate and
!  laugh merrily and tell the soldiers Mint
I the joke Is on them
|     It   Is   because   of   the   ingenuity    >r
'   modern   Inventions   that   lt   Is   much
easier and pleasnnter to be czar than
would  appear to oue who vlewa Ci*
Job only from a safe distance.
i'i .**..���.   ,.  n ,��� .iifi.r.,
"In their way." said the old ftshw
man, "Ashes nre uot sueh bad weathm
prophets.   It a  storm  is  approaching
the fish stop biting, and they won't f>it_
again   until   the   storm   is   well  over
Tliey appear lo know when a storm 1#
comln? and when it lias really passed-
And to tlsh-jrmen and  farmers livti. ���
Mons the shore flsh  foretell thc  uea.
approach of cold weather.   Hours before it comes fishes l'��ave the shallov*
waters inshore and seek deeper water
which tn Its depths will stay warm ami
keep an equable temperature after th��
shallower   and   stirfa.-e   waters   hav��
turned  cold.   Oh, yes,  Ashes know  ��
thing  or  two   about   the   weather."���
Washington Post.
-.llth-, For tin. nlU  Daya.
What stopped the old housewife habit of  taking the  tablecloth out  aftet
each   meal   ani   shaking   it   on   ttM
ground to the edification of Ihe dog,
cat, chickens and birds?   As a boy w*}
used to dellirht In that shake, especially if a comely matron or a pretty g>rt
bad hold of the cloth her body swav��*
io gracefully as she handled lt.   Na
oth��r motion,  not even the rhythm*
dance, set off her figure to better ad
vantage, and the uilnxea knew It and
always managed to give those flirts
when admirers were handy by.   Bat
*ome (��e InvooUd a brash aad a prat
ty receiver, and a aa* faafctM wm-
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Painting
before the wet weather
sets in and the
dampness
gets
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BOWLING
Captain  A. E .Hale's quintette de
I feated Cup:, ("lark's team at the Westminster Bowling alleys yesterday eve-
ning,   the   following   being   the   individual  scores:
Cact. Clark's   Team.
REBELLION SPREADS
IN DEPENDENCIES
Robinson
Jackson
Arnold    . .
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Clark    ..
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Maddened Mob Clashes with
Armed Police in Streets of
Belgrade ��� Blood Flows
Freely.
A. F. Hah
Harper
Johndro
Atherton
A. K. lii'.l'
Cact.   Hale's
1     2
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.113
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138
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144
135
163
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Majority   for  Hale's  team
High score, Harper  	
High average, A. i-\ Hale .
.187
.160
CHICAGO   TO   INVESTIGATE
CONDITION OF ITS POOR
li, [gra le    S. rvia,   Oct.   8.���Several
scores ol  persons were injured  today
,5u a clash between the police and n
! mob  in   an   attack   upon   the  foreign
j ministry.
The p. oi il. are incensed at the weak
character of the uoie of protest senl
by ihe ministry to Austria iu regard
to  the  receul  actions of that  nation
i
j The mob formed ln the Btreets. and
tired by the speeches of the agitators,
j who demanded vengeance for the "betrayal   of   the   nation     by   cowards,"
1 niade ;i furious attack on the police.
! Members of the mob used stones and
.chilis, while the police used their sa
tiers freely, cutting down all who
came within range.
Chicago,   Oct. 7. -An   Investigation
In
Instances   the   mob   ovci
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MU1R
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
of th" reports that thousands of powered the police and took their bb
school children in Chicago are under- hers from them, The crowd was driv-
fed was ordered last night bj the city ,,.,, bs.cl_ from the ministry, however,
council, which resumed its work after after a hard light. A second call for
the summer vacation.    The committee i reserves   was   sent   and   they   are   "ti
on schools  wn.- instructed  to inquire   their way  here  to assist   ihe   120, I
in,_o 'the situation and recommend troops who answered the lirst call
measures of relief. The heads of the hsSue(j [n the royal ukase, of Tnes-
city  government   and   of  the   school: ^av
hoard   made   arrangements   yesterday j Albania  Independent.
for a gathering of municipal officials' Vienna. Oct, 8.���Albania today de*
and officers of charitable organiza- ciared its Independence of Turkey, actions to fix upon a definite, Immediate cording to despatches received here,
plan of relief. The executive commit- This, following the similar action of
tee of the civic federation also took Crete last evening, leads to the belief
action looking toward an elaborate in- that there will he a general rebellion
vestlgation   of  conditions    in   poorer j throughout  tlie Turkish dependencies
homes of the city.
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Cars for Vancouver and wsv
stations will run every halt-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
citj line.
ft
City Line:    Cars leave tram J.
office on tbe hour, twenty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes at- *
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. "2
Sapperton Line: Cars leave *
at ten minutes after the hour, $
half past an.l fifty mtautes after ���
the  hour, commencing at 6:30 *
a. m. i
Sunday Service   halt-naurly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
unless some stringent action is taken
at  once.
Albania is a mountainous country
in the western part of Turkey in Europe and borders on the Adriatic sea.
ll is north of Greece and has a population of about 2,000,000. The Young
Turk movement started in the northern part of Albania and an uprising
there against the Sultan pro..ably will
prove serious.
Sultan Will Fight.
London, Oct. 8.���A member of ihe
Turkish embassy, whose name is not
.- j made public, declared today that un*
2 less Austria retreats from its present
_*.! ;iosition, Turkey undoubtedly will de-
V clare war, and asserted that the Sul-
T tan will not wait long. He intimated
X | that the Turkish government had dis-
I played every desire to bring the difficulties to a peaceful settlement and
had earned the support of the powers.
lt is said here on good authority that
Russia will issue a circular note to the
i powers this evening,protesting against
the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by _Yustri,a along the lines ol
its known position to the positions of
Franco and England, lf ihis note Is
issued, the situation will be more critical than ever before.
Justifies Grab.
Hilda Pest, Hungary, Oct. K.���Denying that the annexation of llosnia and
Herzegovina was broughl about
through a desire for territorial expansion and expressing ihe best wishes
for Turkey, Emperor Franz .losef today addressed ihe- Austro-Hungarlan
delegatlans here today. Franz .losef
assumed credit for developing the two
provinces to a point where I hey are
ready for constitutional government,
and he added; "Constitutional governmenl was pnssihli only through annexation."
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"Tho man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
William Jennings Bryan
WE WANT
EVERYBODY
to know that tlie place to buy. either   for speculation,  or
Acre Home, where you get all City Facilities is
Five
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MUSICAL   PRODUCTION   PLEASED
BIG   AUDIENCE   LAST   NIGHT
Cue ..I   ' .���    mosl   ileliglllhii   ;im|   Ins
dilating musical comedies seen al ilu-
Opera   house   this   season     wa<   lau!
night's i'-, i.ii.irinee of ' A  Knighl  for
, a   Daj,"  w It h   \li.;.- Gei trude Hutchin*
' son and Uobbj Barr} playing i .  lead*
( lng roles,   The play contnlne I numerous bits which  wi re adniirubl*.      ing
, by   the   pretl y   choruses.      The  duet,
"Life    is    a    See-Saw,'    particularly
: pleased the lai ge audience, the Intro*
, duction nf several si e saws Illuminated   by  colored   light    and  ridden    uy
I members of the chorus, with Cunld oc*
I cupylng the centre, bringing repented
| applause,
j     Another novi I   feature of  the   play
i was   the  finale,  in   which    each   girl
I wore  a  sparkling wn aih    of    fairy
lights,  while elect nwiiiicrs dang-
'. led in lhe background. Mr, Barry
kepi the liouse In un uproar during
| the entire ! et formaiu e li; hla clever
. singing, dancing nnd . , i. .... an(j
; we.s - - ipported ;.-. mi i;i ���],.
i Herbi rt, who pla ���   . s,,r
Willi    I,el- .     "Mj    Mttll    (I    i   ; i   .',   i   "
and  "I'll   Like  Anotli latiun .Iuei
I Like That,"   wet ||    of
the pro
Another of O
Special Line
ur
OF
Ladies' Hats
<pO   each
Twenty-five only ladles'  trimmed  i
inr Friday and Saturday to sell at this i .
They are all ihis Beason's shapes and neat
.bona, silks, foliage and ornaments. In pop ..
A demand for hats at this price has promi t
tion to place on sale these special value.
this price.    Se<.- our small show window foi
On sab- Friday and Saturday, each   	
with :;���
:    ��� ���
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$3.0:
Heatherbloom
Underskirts
A Special Line
at $4.00
each
The name of Heatherbloom
is synonymous with serviceability. Heatherbloom wears
well and sjiecial features make
these underskirts the mo-.t popular skirts made. This special
line is made In black, brown,
navy, cardinal and fancy stripes,
made with full shirred ruffle and
dust frill and then again they
���are made in good full sizes, in
fact there Is nothing inferior
about Heatherbloom skirts; see
this special line this week,
each  M-OQ
Children's Polo
or Golf Suits,
$2.50 to $3.50
These serviceable BUitS fur
childen are proving immensely
popular. They consist of pleated Eaatimine navy serge skirt
attached to body or waist lining.
The waist 'section consists of
fancy, flne, knitted wool Jersey
in cardinal, or navy, with neat
wool cap same color as wai^-'.
Olaine
the New Waist
Material
Made up in excellent imitation of wool D.lalne.. It is mad...
of ertra fine woven cotton in
neat patterns. Mostly fine
atrlpes and spots on ligtit
grounds. Widths are :!0 to 33
inches, warranted fast colors;
per yard       20e and 25c
Ladies' Aprons
of Every Description
Customers ar       i gini nt
appreciate  thi   gi a dm
procurable In o ir aprons.  \v,
have very seldom spoken
this Bpecial departn   m  but it.
do so now  with i ���   ha:
we offer  largi t    si lei l on   ani
better values  th in  .*ou  n
i Isewhere.    \Y<   mi ntlon a ! i
special values:
Waistresses   Aprons���Wl
without bibs,  whlti  onl
25c  to        $1-25
Fancy     Work     Aprons
white uiuslin an 1  ' wn
length, rouud  -'.. ���   *
lace  and  same  mi     -   ���
50c to       was
Misses'   Aprons���
cream butcher's linen, with nt
without bibs and pockcm; each
75c   to       W.2S
Ladies'   Work   Aprons���.Mad'
ut   colored  check    and   bi    ���
ginghams,  with  bibs; - at h 50c
to    *'���"
Overall Aprons���in 8 variety
of colors and patterns, all sizes;
each 50c to  *>-'��*
Ladies' Lustre Blouses
Each $1.75 to $4.75
There i an unusual range of styles In cream, black, navy, brown, grey',
lustre blouses; *i_..-s are from 32 to 42 Inches. Every garment perfectly tin-
Ished and correctly sized.
We Are Showing a New
Selection of
Neck Ruchings
wide up-to-date ruchlngs In
all the popular shading.--, it
se.nis iis If we cannot gel these
ruchlngs fast enough, See this
new lot at mice, as they will
soon be gone. Among the many
neckwear novelties are new gold
braid and cord lies, motor
se.irvi-s   and   colored   ciillui'S.
An Attractive Display
of New Lace Trimming
and    nsi
���i
Without doubl the nicest range of
iiiing we have ever bad the pleasure of Bhowlni
ami originality of design which is Biire to please ihosi
Bomehting different  from  the usual run of trlnimi"
in
This   nev,   .bowing  consist
creiiui and  white, two'toned effects
edgud Oriental laces, flne meshed guipure
black lace and Insertion, gold  and  silk b
and prlc'-s.    Ask to Bee them.
lac
,,r new  lil. i   Insertion a'"1
diet    Insertion,   -i''-11^1'
Millar   Insert
ppllque, ' I cm
ni.it!'-
W. S. Collister &
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