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 White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Phone 85
���  -ft
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
���8TMINSTER,   B.  C,   FRIDAY   MORNING    OCTOBER  30, 190.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY-
HJGBY ASnURED AT    ;*ssizi: hiuht now busy  ,.���..
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE       �� civil listF
"". .        rrU   ,    D��n      '      ''��� Company  Wins
ROVS  Fina ���'     Av      lnat      "'���'���<    '���, Is-Brunette
) JENKINS MAY HAV
NQTHER TRIAL
GOVERNMENT AGENCY      ; ROVERS HOLD FAST
MAY GO IB LOCAL HEMBE1 i
Both Football Games Can;
bePla*
G.N.R.
���?  of Thomas Gifford.M.L.A., Men.
ir.    Connection    With   Vacant   Post.
II
isi.
���><hti
���
!. i to play
college.      Wl
,. i    .      i 'h
he   Athletic  "rst  ca8e  was
,1  onlj   ��� .""��� i
��� iva    tho
,., i. ;.. 11    tl
,  a   force
,:  mi   tini    , t.i
.   - indi a   iheir
. .���    '
\
��� i ��� v. I y f o 1
in  ,..���,,.  I
nun. need
ter I.i
i! ini -r.      ']   ..
Attempt to Be .Made to Reopen Hazelmere Murder Case
Evidence Adduced Not Considered Sufficient
to Convict Tramp of Dastardly Crime���
ft ui .Deputation to the
'l''y.'
City   t^u,,. "       -oncerning
Use of Moody Park.
i pijH
T    il.-;,-   I.S    tO  Ifl
VV. G. McQuarrie to Act
F.  V
 B:;
.Alartin   &   McQuarrie  w<   .
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' I ������     I !.   A.,  is  ..-
anectl0.        th   [he      . The priucipal  business discussed by
en   agency,    li  has been we
n ��� :���- ���   .   i ���,,,..        ecure a
landed
-
'
:,    ���
������������������    ���       adion
I -  I J.
i   ,
:.
new trial for James Jeukins,  the  ne-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   crimina;   ,i-
.,',:.:   mur-
i���  ���     M ���   ,ia:    . i Hazel*
���  ���     ni j u rn , lication
on n    .-'     ...    he   case
i ,     . ,, ide to Chief J      ce Hunter'
in or  i
een ac-
i omi   oil   .
...    v. IcQuarrle
��� lng   the
the   Rovers   Football  club    at     tin ir
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mei ting la-t   < \. - _;11:..   , I : I H 11 H
'    v<'-  ' e of thi Ir ground at .'���!���    Ij
��� lentarj ire of his    i   - 3qUare    I y    thi     I . illegi
Ini   to him, an I has bei n a ...       , ,     , ,;   ,.    ,,,.,:,
���    -a fi i-  hi.   ii tivitlea  i" ian, occupied tl.- in .   hen
' ���'���' !;- ! ll:i' ��� ' a   largi   atti nda ....   an -
^^^^ ^^ Many  years' experii ,     s  , ,,
1    ��� ..   , iffalr    ul   'his  city,  an-1 ln   ...    , ,, ..,
'        '     " - ���   -."..a   yea      In  the  p the  pltcl     n
- .
locki        i. the opiniod v
negro
eithe granti I
Alt.
pr ���:. . .. d
������lie  nt   1
.   hav.-   . ���  :   fitted
,. hich r, i| tires tact an I
.- imi ti        i laintance   **��� Ith   existing
idi! oi      and   lookng   ...   li   trom   a
���
��� .   mi 't   will
in i lum   between
,   a-      men's
! icted    week
. _     .  ��� id the stu lents
for will include
.       ice,    high    .imir,.,
aces and a tug of
id-
 it:.. 'i'ii,.
rielly i
     I **"='" ���*'""    -   '    "   '���'- '"r,,C1'- =*"������*"-"*'  ; ,.:. ciaim  on  the McBride adminLtra-
"'    '                 '!           iti-d in si     . : rounds will form thi      .                        . ,         e.   Hi    lid  n, ,f   (   (    ,    ljn]i.   (||1....  ih |t   h a
1  ''���''������ ' "'���'��� '- M- '������'     ' "                         ' '              '     ��   ''"''   ���,"-                  !ii'-*'   of  "���'   '���   ������    ��� .tment     'made   would be  very
'��� '   <���"���  paying  -:     i ca   i and le known         u .        ,             bul                        , n, ither    did he  a  rn t i       t] h| ^ cU} ;!],, (]i_,
ilam derstood that                          ie  km                  ��� ' , -   abo n   it,   conti ^ ^ ,,|;!|   hjg    j^      go_
hi   nexi                    ecame due, I       I "       '     :   .    '   ':              ���'       ������'"-   lng          el    with   saying   thai   . . ej]       ./    j.   all  the  Btagl     of
fendam  refu    I to ,,..-.   ,n the gro nd '       ��� " ' ������     * Lh '             en,     ad-|n0i ...        ... |   again i  him. ,    (    bu( appointment3 ol
h                                            -  ��� :   :  i   ""������  nimou    ������      ct ol guilty      Tl      enc-i          inion  In this  citj
ented i    iction Is tor the bal   ic
In   I  ihe infi'ii.i"      I Wh' 11      a pi	
I ean I I      li tendant. '    !' nature,
Kali;   vs    Swanson    Seni   ba for           ���'���-  is  l!"  Que ���'������������    that  the
retrial.    W. G. McQuarrie said   ��� .et- 'finding of the jurj  wa   a - irprisi   to
tiemeni had  been effetced     ndi '���"-��� number ol thosi  who had foi*
Th. annual hallowe'en    masqueraoe  ^ ^ ^ the Qrde[ ,n .,   pr(  ...   ,d    ,,,,. , lhe evidence closi    .a major-
..... a     . .,  nn  ���      . .' ��� imstan-   tha is  the e ii.:'   |iai tv,
���
���i-i! evidence,   some   ol        of a   very
iho; e of other   h i artmental
PU  ��� I    !l Satur , .
.to the court for approval,    lln*   was
alwaya a Bplriti d
accepted
- nts,  and  prepara
1    A special jury will tud ,.   , i
��� i   ng   Ihi    action   brought   e
Brunette Sawmills Co   agjaiusi ihi   V
W. a:-  V. an l Greal  N'orthorn n
ide for   a   bigger
[ ever   before.     An
ti ndance,   and I
Ity   of   whom   looked   :       ,
ne nt.    in  the  court   hou       oi .idors,
I during  the  Bhorl   time   the  jury   was' his fn-.-doni
not always go by pi;omo-
n the i ntertainlng line! . '   ,                    . ,   .      ������    ,
, for  damagi -.   owing    to then'  offices
. , :   imin   Vancouver, ,        .,
being   destroyed   by   fin un   lune   2,
1007, it Is alleged b.\ i   -:; ark from one
ut (heir h comotl *e
The In '-a- iorpus t*asi    ���-   Pai
(Irof lian. will . . n-    up ���. ida i.
..   ii be served.
for thi   [roquoia cup,
ed for by   the
of  the  Boccer
��� | tomorrow   The
.   team     haa    been
NtLSON SHIELDS FOR    TEMPLEMAN PROTEST
CANADIAN SCHOOLS       NOT YET DECIDED
v " S1 SUING C P. K. BECAUSE
CHILD WAS LOST EN ROUTE
I GERMAN PULO 	
��'AR HUH AIRSHIPS
H. \V. Matthews of London
Reaches Coast on Tour
Through Dominion.
li.    W     M.i
i:    ���
Tragic   Fate   cf    L-ttie   Olive   Dupr..A-
wh
Iii*
Result of Victoria Election
Recount Will not be Known
f< ��� Some Day-.
ctoi i.i.   !;   C,   < let. - .    No  deci-
.   a ��� -   ���        ��� ��� :, in   the
itested  1      inion      i-ction    etwt en
put In shapi .     , and
d    ising room  buili   bj   thi Ir labo
The college        a  ha ������     een gi-.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jtile l>!     ta-
5 alone, noone has a great-j but  lh(, meeting   ;,... ,,,,,  ... ,aj   ,,   ,n
a ;ule for the future, it ,vas pi inti I
out that tli" junior R ivers wanti d i lie
ground for games when the senioi
were nol playing, and at all events
��� he . ��� niors nee I some opportunity
for practice v,h, n not engaged in
matches, In addition to that, th ���
is plenty of room, the members ���'-
gued, foi the Columbian college tu
play en the pari,.
The first  resolution drafl id was   to
| inform the college ihat  from  Novem-
l the ground would be wanted for
UU! UlA UlfU U'lTLIJ UA._U "���**-1'lSil-'<- ,1S*- oi !!l" !:'"",*s- Th,s
IttAlnLO nlUll nAlLnfflAniljwas withdrawn, as was another that
ihe City council should be approached
that they should give a  ruling as to
B.C.E.R.   Distributes $45,000 Among | ih- occupation of the ground, and ul-
Emplcyees cn  Profit-sharing Plan       timatelj   a   resolution   was   carried   to
, ���    , ..     _. _... I send a deputation to the council, and
��� Locsl  Men  Share  in  Gift.
the names approved were    President
  j f-;.   It. McMillan.    Manager  S.  Davis,
and Treasurer   1).   Ryall.
Another matter brought up wa , thi
position of two players who had signed forms-for the two local clu s,
whose case will come up ar ihu next
league meeting on Mondav The club
decided to instruct their representative to ask tor th. second forms tc be
withdrawn, or, In other wordo, to bus-
l)i nd the rules _.o thai thi t\vo In
question may nol be suspended for the
season.
thi   ��� an   l num er   o!    people ��ho
hold -  al owing  to the unsatisfaci ���
evidi ��� ��� ���   ol   some  of    the witnessi -
:;,;,,      sr:erre bonus to tram employees \z
�� iu : ��� either brought home to him
without the shadow of a doubt, or else
he sh     ���  ���'   ac ���   tted    and  allow. , |
Recalled   t)y   Action   of   Father
Against   Ran way  Company.
cut li na]   '. i loniin
...;     i     larni 'onsi     . an I Hon,
I he   in wlj   oi
iclution   for   ni i
ed tin citj resterday, Ile Is also \ lain I , ��� , ���'��� 'tor of In-
making ,���:������ miiu.i: \ ariansements for land revenm .... . n ni Liberal
a   big iiinleitaklng   which              ... ,  _.. i.anipman  ������   - ng   lostponed his
��� iiijil.,;<���,-.     Thi.-   '    Hi.1   patriotic, nding on  the rejei i       a    ts,    a is
^^^n___ i  ,_________>       i  , .,    _____________________���_____________���     ______���
,       ,, lucational and  philanthropic bcheme noi expected thai th.   fat, ol th,  can- ���������,������,,   Was Instituted July  I,
s,ou "  uMUn"   "   """*���   "'      "'   (""'    ' dng  ;,   Nelson   shield    In  ever; dldutes will be known for one or two'
Ule Fren-.h-cauadian child    ol    s'* lsch<)ol ln Cimaila.   ���, ���.    hield is made (i9.vh at least.
Vancouver, Oct. 20.���Announcement
was in. li this morning by General
Manager Sperling, of the Britsh Columbia Electric Railway company, thai
the bonus (o he given the employees
et the companj ihi.s y.-ar. according
in the profit-sharing schelne which
was instituted by the I_ondon board
in 1002, amounts to $45,000. This
means thai every employee of the
company who has been in Its service
nail-anally   i.-im  July  1,   1!'U7,  to    lh��	
i,lat.- .it   ihe  distribution of the fundi
e a cheque for J66.78,   The RIOTOUS SOCIALISTS
liu  nn in   ni   I his  bonus  w ill  be  mage ;
DISTURB Ci)U_CSL
The  profit-sharing   system   ol   thej
dar! n,    ihe   chuli I'ii i;  .   via.. .  who   lefl   the   ���'    P.   R
| linarj        ������ ���. li irain travelling    etween Winnipeg and
- dui-atlon. The |.*,,n   William  Is .man  recalled by    ���'
I* olemnl) thai  the; mui  Instituted  by    Augustus    Duprav.
the    > iniiiui n'al agalnsl   the Canadian Pacific  railwa;
an --.- a Heei of 10,- ior dan ages for the loss of hla child,
'���������' each   with    -h ,u   Toronto.    Dttpraw,  howevei      was
' uul sail over England,
would    Immedi-
I'n-d    b)    the   toi|K'iloes
^   ��� ���    -        n .i ned     whereupon
,.,,.u,i    ei tie  down
���Wi Uveal  Ihi,,���,,  and     ink,    |.<mes-
A
'���
allowed to am nd his claim, and the
I... ���. a in i i. casi have been return, d
to Fori  William.    Dupraw claims thai
i ighl ii tickei for bla elevi n y< ar
old daughter from Winnipeg to    Fori
| w iiiiam,  lhal   she was in  the i harge
; ant]  , .H,   ol   an older girl, and    that
i   expi'i ��� id  hla ' ,|H
ifii
and  is based on    the   division      London, Oct. 29.���The sitting of th<
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ annul'- men fund .���(1'lal   ���
of  coppei   irom  Nelson's   ships,    the      .\  number of  Barnard  ballots uave|one.third 0f ihe balance available tor
I   al and   ih.    Foudroyant,    and   been   set   aside   for  consideration    hy : (,jviilt,n.|s  after  I  per cent, has  been
shows   Nelson'h   flagship   and   a   liusl   ,i,,, jmliio. |iiq|i1   m   ,h      ,���ml,icn   stock of    the
p|   the  greal   admiral    himself.
The
in    the    eveni    ��.i   Barnard   being
otic  value,
On his waj through Canada, Mr,
Matthews l�� confi rrlng with the ministers an.l   leading  educators In the
London Countj council had to bo abruptly suspended todaj owing to the
disorderlj and riotous behaviour of
the Socialist - Labor members. Sir
John Benn, the Progressive leader,
asked leaveto discuss a motion to
.spend ��1,000,000 on the oouncll's
tramways   in  order   to  provide   work
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      I for   the   unemployed.     The   eli-iirii:an
basis of an attempt to unseat ihe can-   ^ ^^ employce haw  been as    foi-,,,,,, ,  the moli()n olu 0l- on,H|.   where.
iH.ia.e.    the   Liberals  declaring  thai  ^^  ^,   $25. im> $35; 1;(05i $40; hupon ,,,,,uk Sniith, an advanced Sod.
they have all the evidence they need.    ,,������.   ,,-.     ..,���*._ j63.     The   fund ia alist.  rose and stated    that   he  had
equally divided among all employees wrjtten t0 the chairman wiih refer-
,,f the nam company all over its sys-',,,,,.,.  ,,, ,,   motion on  unemployment,
shield is Intended to lie a stimulus io awarded  the seat,   there is a .-trong.
the pupils, and every year they  wlll possibility  thai   the  charges of  cor-
be asked lo write an essaj   on  pome puptlon and bribery preferred against
sea subjeci  ot educational and  patri- the Conservatives   will be made   the|      '   .'^ ,lu, ijn(.    previous payments
paid   on   th<
company.    The    payments    for    this
year    mark    an    increase   over   the
imount   received   by     the  men    last
>r    and    notes a new  high water-
count rv an.l    is  meeting  tvlfh  warm j WOULD not have
, .,, withoul regard to rank, the only  ,,,,,  |,.,,| been Informed thai the mo-
"nveylng artillery  and,,,,,. (,e8tl������tlo���. so she mns, h lis- |    -�����  -- ";. h      q(    ���,���  Sea>..j    s,   Peter8burB7"0""ct" 20.-The ent.n   P���*"  ^ ����   ^7^0^   '"'" 'T 7  "? ^'t   ?!    T
'called tne     ���"-ulM-"1        .   ,     ,, .,;.,, ,,,,, have been m the service ol tae com    culled  to order,  inn  persisted :n die-
eai i cu sing  i he subject.
Unid   an   Increasing    uproar,   and
past ihlrt*   years.  , ,��� |1];.,  r,.j(,.  n,   -c'lialr*" and    Order!"
ihlch  thu pri    I co    i niueii
ihe channel   foi
mm i. an .
Each   dlrigi
	
11  *"'   '"   '"' "M':  Pr'' :;,U',    ,    :   ,���, age.u,ni  and support
��� younger girl was not del Ivi  ed ������        ^     viaithewa has  i*ometlmes  been
^^    ,- .I.'sllliatam.  I she   musl   l,,v"  '""��� I   ,.,'���,,,,   ,,,',.      \, ,-h |,ish,>ii   ol      the   S-a," ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^                              ^^^^^^^^
^^iappe-ired en route                                   ,.,,.��� S(.(.,,,t;���, of ������. British congregation     walked    out     of    the -���e ���-������ ��������� ���- j;^^,,,,,, y
T,     "'   '"'-'.���;I| he 'l2���       ���,     ,      an,.   ��� I��"   B.��o��'   toclotj   tor  the ,-   ic,,   ,���   tt  villa,       In   the  gov,    .        '                      dl8trlbution,
f'b'e when  his child Is and thnt hi  liua no                            r8 ,      lu  ,������,,,..,,,, rj0,.lnK a     ,,,,,,;
iMillike   !l��'i*r, aincnililient  eiiange-  ilieaspe,      MANiV   ^ERE   DtPORTED; ^B  "'*" hing ^_____________H CLAI.   NEW   CAPITAL
ui,.  oi
ni  tn
.    ���     ., ni idi i . .1      'I!"' origin*
��� ru a ilj      \i   I'm    a] gtatemeiil  of claim treats the girl
i  i   .... j, .j,,. ii.nl be, a a parcel or a pack
the hall echoed  .,,,,. an(j i|,(, master does no   co
this form a  proi.or one for trial i
1)01 .
for  erazil  republic   '*P>J   '"  ;1"   chairman's    ruling,   he
i r ed,  "I  cannot   an I   shall   noi   obi y
,     i   am     . ..   -i-   for  thi   150,000
'
��� ner since she left Winnipeg      ,. _
he i-oiiniiued  an  Inaudible speech, lu
MANY   v\ ^^^^ 	
MORF-:   WERE.   REFOSED       i ���,,.   peasunts   ifierwards    uvt     ihe
,. feudln .    and   told   hini    i  ut 	
inniii::   lhe   Hi  '      ev did  i           o church to bear Paris   Oct.   29.  -A     new    Brazilian
...u-eeed  itio de Janiero
ratum depart mom   has   deported   ��" j They recelvtd the replj  that the ner* planned b;   a   '      t       of French capi-       rt'     '                     ���
���.ait    observes j      t.H                                                                                           ,                        ell           ,,   ,,, ,  ;                          n-. ||             ..  havi   tn ten     l.vantage ol         ""                                          '   " '' '
���   ������  lhai    so                  _                                                                                               ,,, mal     r       Ion   ,       Brail)   ;|""   :: "-""    ' -     ��r   Sm��*n   was
ch      ...        LABOR PARTY IN  AUSTRALIA                                         ,, ,                 ,:        ...    Gopaz plateau     '      rted In hi    c   tumacj      y Will
Tfi  be   STRONGLY   OPPOSED , Beata the Merry Widow  ��� ���'       if Kovei^ment. C ks, Alderman Sanders and others.
                                         ' i                       London. Oct. 2P.      I lei-.otl.e    removal   from Rio  de The chairman then ordered Mr. Smith
iONERON                           ,���,   ,.,.,..    Vustralla      Oct.  2!-.    Mr.             Troop8  Are  Withdrawn.                      .ho is now ap         m at one ,a.,iero I       been considered too great  <         Ire. and. on h     refusal, the at-
rBOARD  OF TRAIN   ph���Pi the  ex-premier, haa    miuli   a      | _ (.    ,,       .,    , ���,,..,.   , ���.,     ,              Londonnnislch.il    b       ad ma B       lertaktng.   The (apltiilists.how*   tertdani                     uncil  essayed    to
l/i;i(|ii                                                suggestion thai  a coalition Bhould   -               ,|i;i! ,,���, ttnsHlnn troops In Che  toi. i,,.,��� ., coic.asal picture but,    which ;eVeri have  Interested       -    people  of |remove hlm by force
mu
FOUC,
siHT.i'S'ioii
lii'llliii)     loi   I formed  between  hla own    pnrtj   ���in"   ' |y)    including    the     egutlon    ,,      N      ,,,,   , . ,.,.   ���       ...,., Mli;,   plan and propose to cai
a
a   l'
'l nllicei-'a Hiruggle  ,1,,,, of M|   KidBton, tho presenl leud ^    tlC|.(,     ,,,,   withdrawn    hortly    :, circumference,   The feathers stand  rv  p   through
Mi,
���   I "ml  of  a   ,.,��� of lhe   government.    He  decla ^       f    . |,i���unin-g ,|R. withdrawal   .  i ai a lielghl   if ni     ly ft nu
'. mlli i an hour   l)la,   ,1,,.,,.  |8  nothing separating |)| ,,,.   ,,,,    aj,e has maintain tl   thi   crown,  and   It   Is calculal   I  tha
Tin-  Socialist-
ill'  ��� ba tdi I    ;!i> ni leh
round   Mr, Smith, aad a  Berce strug-
m .md the at-
i   lluw
'"���'iti     '.' iterdny,  |W1,  pin"tles so  fur as  policj   I    con ^ province  as a  railroad  guiird,  ,;.,. h,,,  |8 large enough to blocl
,  ii
,,���, ,  """'"'���   ��***B   eermi
ati'iulfil ,\ irrnn
*i''l|     vvt^______i
 : I  ��� il
'Hillr,
\lr     Kldston    hat   :";'- ;|   '   nam(.|y,   -""  men, 'o  take   plnce    In   view of nine members of an   " ���'������ '���
sympathetic reply, and  expre  ������ '"'   v,.v,.,,,!���*i-.                                               al one time,
hosillltj tn the domination of ih,
bor parl'v.   He predlcl   a 111
Sexton,   who . |H  or ,,,,   ,),,.   i,,,|, ral  election
mui    !'""" ' hai Is ol  stnti   rights
thai     lictwcon 	
t'lu'llll     'i . Another Suicide al  Vle<     ;
 il  th victoria,  Oci    29,   Thonv h
s  on   lb"      |
LIBERAL   MEETING   TONIGHT
���a lants.    Blows wi .   freely  i truck,
Drugs Lead to  Suicide, n;i   ,    ,,,    :  . ,(,   memben  a. ie
Newark, X. J., Oci   29    Wfs. Chus. j roughlj   handled,  bui  tlvey  succeeded
Ste bim    wireV the manager of the   jn  pr .,���;���.. ,.���   ,,. ; ,,, the of-
pure Oil   Co.,   wh"    shut   herself  on   .,,.,,,,,,   .,,. , , ,.���  the council
 ^ ��� |Mondaj   n'sh!   In    the   head,  in  her   a. ,,,.,      ,ll; .,   ndesoribable dl*
" |  | apartments in  the  Continental  hotel, j orf1er
died in the City hospital yesterdaj   In
ii.    annual  meeting ofthe weetminstc,. Liberal   association   will  j        ,, .,.,. addressed  to   Hen],  IS. Steb-1 Lo:s Comparatively Smalt.
i    bo held In the Llbaral club room* thla avonlno, when a larga attend*   I      ,       brother of     her   lo. hand,   and      ,       ,.  i :.,    ,        ,. , f
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7o;o Thousand Men Are
Wanted at Prince
reRupert Sunlight Soap
IICK  RBTURN8.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
irltli-
CaMum-aja  roeet  Line
Service.
Work on Construction of G. T. P. to  be  Rushed       Million
Dollar Bridge for Porpoise Channel ��� Fares
Will  Be Advanced to Workers.
Prince  Rup "    Oci    29.- J' e Iden i    ���    lo .     than be waj       Por
,      of the Grand Trunk Pa   fl *Mr- rf,-'"A*'-"  may    b<
t ilk for i��u;. ��� atlon vhi n al Prince
. ������  ....... i, before      ',  bui ho &a\
:, jb clear trom tl mth of Cop-
river down to the big bluff
b i which ia n'-.itied the onlj hotel
in Prince Ruperi employing Chinese.
ii. jaw, among other things, tha". I
- ere were noi enough men at work,
and when he BtOOd lor an hour In
Prince Rupert looking at eight not
overly   husky   appearing   men   trying
to move 70,  cubic yards   of solid
rock, he Bmlled a Bmile that he learn-
ed by heart when working in his Ja-
a drug Btore it. St, Joe, Mia
i'i    back In thi    lays  ��hen John L.
Bittlnger was ' '.i   onl    Repu dican po-
i tli Ian In thai  town     Before hc left
Prince  Rupei I   t ch mgi   wa ���   leel ���
Work ilong ne  ��������� ������     : -
:    ���  : ���        ,'igOl
the  two bl - -   i    Prince  R ���
.-��� ith sti am Bho-
, and ni '���     2        ������       li
ii d    ol   muckers     woi I  ng   : u
.j..'".   , day,    lIi Van ouvei
: nd Victoria    i        efon    ea\ Ing Van*
,rer for the Ea I    I   .
to-hearl   tal lacl      Si
the   Scotch-Ami rican-C inadlan   11
if the firm    ol    Folej.  VS'i I
Sti wart.    It   ��I     a. ��� ������      be    kn
thi r li--  talki d I i  Mr   Sti ������ a
. li aa It ie   - oke In Missouri or
In French as it  '���'- spoke in  Montn
b '   he -.van-'!   to  be shown  why    it
thai so fev.   men  were      etel
the   hun Ire I    miles    bet h een
P Rupei ��� an I Coppi r Rlvei C I
., mti i to  know   how  stee
ild on the  h tnd red milee  by th-
ted aa Baying:
"We nei I  ��� om  i"1".  to -  more
men, and as an Inducement we wlll ad-
..-. ������ them beii fare-. v.\, are hund-
i ieapped up here. In Washington,
where wi a ��� doing .- n for the
Great No rn railway uat i ompanj
gives men free transportatl m over lta
lines from all ixihr- a far i ist as
Buffalo. But up here --. *rj man
seeking work  musl  .. i fare, t ir
both the  '' inadlan    Pacific and    the
Grand    Trunk    Pacific free
transpoi - ition."
Asl e i, cting the em tn o|
J ���   mi othei   '���    itlc la        The
Empl ���    ���      authorized  to  stat<   tha
I ipam  ������ oi   Chini *.*opld   no
In   any ll iny of
: -a.
*  Foli   .  Welch & Ste*** thai
II Japan, .   ".   C        e wen    |i iv> lng
���    from  thi   :   .     ���    Prince  R
it  w,,.   not    n,iwn  to mem e       f the
firm.
S i  * akinf   al    th        ...   tu..     tate*
i, :.- -   he     ��� I din ��� con-
ideration, it i I that
will  be  things  doing   ill   ilong
the line from  now on   ;:i*:    steel   Is
laid     to   Kits, la    Canj on    at   ���'��� hii b
nt   .'���������      **il     ���   commenci I In the
. -��� on the nexl   100-mil i--ion of
h ��� G. T. P,
Sunlight   Soap  contains   noth       that   will harm  the
daintiest fabrics noi     ughen the skin.
Sold by ali  lealers at ,
Five Cents a Bar
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Now is the time to look after your \
EYES
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
i
... toi ia leai ��� - V
.   excepi  S in ���
..".tOUVER-VCTORlA   ROUTP-.
PriD        .      ria leaves Vani mvei
Sund ij   a   10  p.m.
s, yniii Charmer at 1 p.m. dally.
..ess Royal  at 9 a.m.  daily >���**-
. u   I ij'-
VANCOUVER-SEATTLE   ROUTE
M
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as I
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The on
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and C. !', R
the waj :.
Ml .
ail Service
11 '."''i,
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6:30
Tii'-.- lay' Vici
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Call
in.
Eyes Tested Free
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
s . .mi.   Princess   Royal   leaves    9
���   i iesdaj  for Seat- j    Sumas and .:
.... I S.  point.-  east
un S in ;..    '������ av, .. Vancouver 9 a.iu   between N< _
3,   ���   .   ria Victoria. ; iagdon, B.C
: C. I', i;   east, S
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE    Mm
S.S, Trad r  will leave Victoria for
! N'ew Wesl ��� "?a 'a3  :i" !   eluding all 1   S
fl tsim       iffers ilso all jk
Leaves N- w  Westminster on Wed
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BRITISH  CAPTAIN AND  CREW
PERISH   IN   THE   NORTH   SEA
time h imp .aci -  quit  running In  the
S ��������� na, nexl : ill   II th    working fon
-han l.""i"1 men.
���-      denl     I! i        weni    East,   . n I
i- '���'��� on   11' ���   29   Captain .Avis   with
��� ���   of twenty-two men of    the
'i    mouth   are     : ���-':��� red    to
the
..    el In the North Bea.
The cause of the wrect Is unknown.
la.
Did you ever stop to think  h ,-���   East   -..
h on what you and some 0:a inder
DETERMINATION
to do a certain thin     a a   ertain  ������
at  ti certain  time   largelj     mstituti
FINANCIAL
SUCCESS
M . ��� everyom     ������ ���   ���     on,
pay daj-.    '���.       Ings       ���   n
The Royal Bank nil   gi   n   so ra  Id
that you will be        ?hted and
day will  make j'Ou    ��� ���    like
- il -* tnr.ial cltizei
I
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WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Teet
Leaves Vl torla 111   a    -*. 7th, 14th
and 20th nf each month tor Clayo *uot,
���.��� ,  | .;. or and waj   ports;  Tt!.
of each to mth ' ir Quatsino ani way
ports; 20th   ��� b torAhcuset,  *
Quatsino, >'.. e S    I   ind way ports.
Note.   ,
ver Va
vi i and  Ken >ing
Pori   !���;���
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ind poii
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VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE. 11:00 a.m      V
S. S. .Joan (-,.,... ,.   p   |
i.- ives   Vani -.-������.   r 10   p m- dally,   way.
except   -   .   -       Le ives   Nan i mo at      12:30
Will You Try?    i
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THAT'S ALL WE  W
ry
T TO  KNOW.
Sti .���.,, ���  and hi    partner, Pa      s       al   :": ' -   :;|'*-   ; '������    *' *' "    '
.   ,���   , | ���!���- ol the wreckage were   ot n I
Rupi ty wl '' '   mid-channi I.    I- ,    the genei ���
. .   ., ef in    :,... dng cin les  th it   al] on '
, then the I were losi     Th    V
I do thing      One ofi i Rotterdam Ha
��� ... ... .... fr, 'a
.    . .": t noi
.... ��� .    ��� ' ��� the
near P ������   ��� "
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Ai ent th,
ind rout,
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
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Capital anj Reserve
$8,290,000
New Westminst
Incorpn-j      {
1869
Total A&ie**
$47,400,000
F.  8.  LYLE.   Mgr.
���-���?-*s*^;<_atfi&-^^
Canadians   Wm   Aij^ir*.
Ion,  Ei ' I .... ��* ,ii
��� ���   :. an
...     vie to        od a
��� ���   ��� twi  .������    ��� ���-.:    with a
... to 2
I
EasterDrook   Milling   Co
mpany,
Ebur
B. C.
. a, m.
i/ICTORIA-NANAIMO,   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City ot Nanaimo.
Leaves \ a T ies lay 7 a.m.; ar*
������ Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday - p. m
irrlves VI itorla 9 p, m.
S S,  Queen   Cil Vancoui
S nda Ives   Sanaimo  11
SIVERS  INLET,  VAN  ANDA,  LUND.
ETC.
S.  S.   Oaeen City.
irom Victoria y  p.m. every Wednea-
le     :..'!!   S'ancouv,     10     m   I
lay   for   ti ind   Interim
I oints     Returning to \ Su
: i       a fternooi
.: ���   ��� ng, via   Ladysmil
NORTHERN   B.  C.   ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
Leaves Va ad 16th o!
evei    monl
UP   RIVER
Bea vei1���
From    New    '���'. ,   ' m .. ���        M     I
We Ines lay and Fri I
From Chllllwa  :. Tu is la  , Thurs lay
ind Saturday.
Was Friend of L nclon.
i. ��� -.-,   Ma ss.,    Oci     --,���    John    V'
H        -.   in, aged   il,    \ oet,    vocal! I
; nd   ft li nd  ol   Abraham   Linci  n, was
ited    ....    at ome, Lowei
will nol
and  will
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Plant in thc Tall I
FLOU
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.50   "      *"
Terminal $f5.50    "      "
For   reservations   and   'nrnrmstlon
all or addres.*i
RD   QOITLBT,
AKent,   "*'t>v  ii'ostrrinQtp,
C,   B, KOSTr.tt,
.���at Oen. Pans   Airpnt. Vanrouver
J. W. TROUP.
Hpnern!   Simpr'nt^ndpnt.   Vlrfnrln
p.m sti :a  ���       h
berland   an So th '.'          ������ r
courie
1 :30 ;. tn !���: i ���' B rn .
j 00  p.m.���Burqultlan
2 : idne               ,      .
\'. ���--.:.   1 .:. :   an
��� xcepi S ig I       '.-.
Thursdaj   an I Saturday. i
Pavourlti   Capt. J. i
ton mall despa   I   I
Vancouver, i
Vani ouver and Pi;
N. R. north,
l 00    Van    .
.la   Ii.  i-    Eli ctri       i Sal
an  extra  ma '
toi   i  i ..i V in, ���    ���
Bl iin    an I Seattl,
east a i
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polnl    . ,   - ��� su. .
Me idowi   P    t Hai
Web tor's     Corners
_ga   ilz   oi I Hai
Ma Is fo    Po      il
both . ia Vancou.ii
Mails   Rece *-
ti: 4". a.m.���Blaine an I   ~
point
i G. N
\nd you ��������� ill amphlel  on fa       lantlng X
ihowa whj J
Oui  FALL CATALOGUE Is just o It.   It I    worth ha
We grow  Pruii Ti ���     i   all    Ind ,   Small Fruits.   No t i
��� on, no    ������ ��� i cale
CATALOGUE   FREE.
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
Eurnaby   Lake,
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B.   C.
I'.ioin
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McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminstsr. Telephone 3-13.
eluding all U.
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m    S
Tlmberland   and  So it
TM  SEND YOU OVER   by courier (Tuesdaj
8:20   a.m.���Van. ii ll
via B. ('. Electric ra
9:30 a.m.���-Vani '��� ���" ;'
1    to   11: ::.
Oulchon, Westham  Isi
[day,  Thursday and Sal    la t ;* "
I ward, via Bteamei F
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO  SEND YOU
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
'iight Trainn Everv D��v in the Ye
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading G
THE TRAIN  OP   FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
! ton despatched and
roll vor. i
10:30 to 11:00 a ti
Just note what you
think your wardrobe
lacks in the  way cf
a Suit or Overcoat.
Wc can   save you
lir.iri and money hy
purchasing our Clothing
O
T
. Eugene
Clothiers and Haberdashers
Co.
ipany
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuiicturtirx and Deaten  in  AU Kutda ot
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doorr,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fnncy Gla_��a,
Embodies the newest   and brst ideas Sapperton   Pra er Ml
��� '    COMFi IRT,    i ONVENTENCE
��� I   LUXURY.      It   is   lighted   with
��� 'ii   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train    in   the
���'I.      The   equipment   consists   of
' '* ��� ��� mp i rt ti. - nt cars, -tin Ian
io section sleeper?, luxurious dininj
car, mliniiiK chair car. (seat., free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Fo
further  information  ca
titers,  or  anj
on  or  writf
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. W.iti
Grand Trunk Ry,
lam.
1:00 p m,   Vani
an l FraBi r  \\m,
l: 10 p.m     Ea
2:30   p in.    B
: '  p in     Blali
hiding all U. S
iBtween Blain,
ia, (I.   \".   It.    (Si
lays  on   which
patched  and  received
4:45   p.m    Van
"Flyer."
6:20���Vancouvei
B, ('. Eli ctrlc rol '
D:30 p.m.   Sumas a:
eluding all r. S. nolti
tween Huntingdon and Nev
ster, via C. P, R,   <"":;    ' "
,',-ist and Praser M'';-  *
ti
},
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
T  l��phone 12. New Weatminater
j   Excellent Train Service Between
j Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto, j "The Milwaukee
Montreal, Quebec,
u
.... . ���*. j* -h*-
A"    ��1     P��ul   ���"
L i,���hPort,afd*Boston'; ��r*��^ i,_���
TIME PROVINCES. equipment that of the
Alno to KrTFFALO,  NEW YORK and   waukee   A
Thf/
equipment *..... ��������� -
St. Paul K'"'";A..,fCpin��
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls,   own and oprt-ate their ^'���niin5 ,Dd
For Tim* Table... etc.. ml'lress        ;and '1inisl(:r "~r3��n al"     ' ^'ytict ��*
n*rv   w   wa-:V 'l?ive    h��. i     ^ t.lins   an ,
GEO,  W.  VA'uX,
.ssistunt Genl F'i
give
��ervi.t .i.
".btrfiiable ;'sf"h.frLnt.
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A Agent, 186 Admm 9t.. Chir-a^o. 111.    j I34 T^td ��u. eof Mfcr. p'"t"*1 THE DAILY NEWS.
THREE.
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MOIIIREAJ  U
fess AA. a mans  duly to dress -4>RpG-\Ess
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it's Iiis duty i
I economically
ically,  it s   his  duv   to
othing
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO..  New Westminster
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Seeds, Trees, Plants,
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scale   or
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fruit trei
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In leadli
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home grown and
.hi fr mi b' tr-
r. -! Bu       ��� ir fall
.     seeds
Buy    i!,.���   ���
11 grows,
Bee      Supp .
Out    Flow-
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
a   and   Seedhouses.
Westminster   Road.
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BUSINESS
Every    order   placed    .-   *
us    means    a   satisfied   customer.
OUR {WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHI
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Jackson & Morrison
Daily  News  Block.
I    vi th in  the Bal-
Czar A. Support
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Choice Meat.s at
Central Meat Market
4* j while  h, luriiin      u
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T     nd started        sea
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4*     mi     and   forced
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T ned and
J.: showed \ .  -
t ��'���: ���   obdui ate.      Th, porl
*F'ca govei nmi
��� ��� i     Th, ex-
citi il   : he ' ifflcia a here  and  i
tain  thai  a  fu    aiiol will
111;111 i .1   iy 1 he governmenl
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Nurseries
Corner  Eightyand^TfU. Avenue   SPLIT     IN     PARTIES
BOWELL * COPY, Proprietor. |^    ^    J^jgUJ
Applications Wanted!
Two   Liberals   and   Two   Tone;.   Noi
TENDERS
mated���Several      Independents
Will   Run.
Applications v. ill   u   received
undersigned   ip to I p.m   ol MONDAY,
the 2nd Noveml ei,   190S,  for the
���  I     ;u     ihi   sltlou     ol    Assessment   Comm
i      ..       for   the   Citj   of    New    Westminster.      ji.,..   ....    Yukon    Oci '!".,
\.   nou,   H    C      Salan  ai thi   rate of $12."i per niontl        .,,.       nomination     fo    a   menibei
��� .   .       until W.   \   .DUNCAN, an   ni   for Ottawa ar,   com   eted
Novembei Citj  Clerk,       fVii   Li        .   and     two   Conservai _"i
-   -     Clerli
ai oi  ,i  ,. r   ..   cli,.   Hall,  Ni >v   Wesimin ������
Oct. 29,   1908.
��� ,i    . ,i -���   u
i..  ������    i a. ;  ai  this
���' ��� . on ���'��� ���  .
.ami.
.11-,     .11 nOl 111 CM      * .1*1 '   , ocarau    lguuwi d   \nuwii_.   ��uu   Mvywt-*-/ MUI idi IU1UUO'
b considered  unles    marked  "Tenders for Bridge"  will  be  \y   Robert   Lowe, the  present   membei
nted   form   supplUM,  received   ty  the undersigned up to r ,������ ,U(   Yukon  legislature  for  VVnUc-
.1   ..... .._'        V-.v-nnlm..        Till _<___.*���. 1'iiT*       tllAii.
Tenders Wanted
tain      .. : ��� ���     een fi   il   I2ai h  ..... ty i_
split.    \\ ha    is know n as the ti i
Ial branch of Liberal   nominated i   -
eriek Tennyson Congdon, former gov-
ernoi  oi  the  Yukon,    lUs no.min
was unanimous    Whal are styled
Sealed tenders (whole ami separate)   **,-, u,,*, Liberals miniiia
lated unanimous-
* i'ii iln'ii
actual    si. na    p.m.  of  November  Tth, 1908,  for tbe
following:
luiivniue, ii....;.   Black, a lawyer, member ol
musl   be  aocompanled      1.    To  supply    the    material    mid
horse
	
he   Yukon   legislature for  the   Klon-
Iiequi  -ni a chartere,! luiild  the substructure of    a    bridge ilv),. Qi-^triot, was unanimously  nom-
���   i.i   ihe order of across the North Arm of the Fraser in,.,,| a, ,-,,. conservative convention
the Minister of Public river at   the site of the  presenl   Lulu  .,,    QUartz    creek.    Joseph    And ew
ii    n per cent. UO per island bridge in this city.                       Clarke was unanimously nominated at
ti     ii. i of   the tender, _!.   To put In place and complete to�� janothe]   conservative conventl
I,
  "*��� ������*���- ���  I   .1 li*  "   I ��� '     l *.     "i .- *.*..���-������.  	
orfeitod  If the person; superstructure   of   said    bridge,   ihe      (|   |8 understood  that  several  In,
line in enter Into a con-   mat..rials for which  will be provided
��� upon  in do so,  in   by the corporation,
��� ���,. (he work  con*      Plans and specifications can be seen
;.. tender be nol  ac    ai theoffice of the City Clerk.
Ill '.,. returned. A  marked cheque tor Fifteen Hun-
...    ,,.,: bind itsell  dred   Dollars  rausi  accompany    each
anj  ii nd, i       tender
The lowest or any tender nol nei 19
���. \!'   TKSSIKU, sarih accepti d
I,    etary W. A. DUNCAN,
,,,,,,, City Clerk,
Clty Hill. New Westminster, Oct 13,
__^	
in       ���    ,:    with
a   -ii nt,
W
��� SIGNAL.
UkUflfiZf;-
i OR D     BarriBtei
. e ,-.. Crescent block
'     and      McKenzii
  ��� minster   li, i!
A. ^ "BARRISTK.R.   SO
12 Lome  Stre,-!
!ter,   i, ll"is''   New  Westmin
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1 ���' ������." 1 13
EDMONDS, Barrl?.
to, . Blackie Blk.,
W i ....       "���   New    Weatminater.
' ii. i.. RdmondB.
TOAD!   MARK
nd, nis  also Intend to run   for  pai -
B .   :,       I'he  . Iec!Ion    "ill   be   hi Id
.Iin.  19,
Ethnologist  Dead   in  Chicago.
.   11 ���    ������*���     Dr   Davis J   Do*
...   ,vhiU" p ac Icing nfled
i,    , luring  thi    last    ��� v
��� .'11     fOI     ll's
������.i1 ��� loal   woi i.
..     Ital of Si
ii..      .    troki   ol   ' ������
I, ���    ,     :.   followed   bj   unoi In r    a -
.: ,, ..!,,-  deal h.    He
,,. |,  in   ;-���     Louis   In   IS50,  and
in   the medical    co ���   ���
,,;   the    university   of  Minnesota
ki.au mi *** ��� **"** 11KI r
nut Jti t ifOl/f
MJIl I
ITS M
jrtci
FOR SALt BY
ii
' '���" ARRIE,   BARR1S*
etc,   Offices, New
Block,   eomai
- ���  ���������   ���,,,.,,.
G       I ^''F\^^
Fatal   Accident  to  a  Winnipecjcjer,
Wlnniiicg, Oct. 29,    Walter It. Cole-
..,,,,., ;,  will known Winnipegger, who
lul,j bei a  in  the    Insurance  busini
here for  the  1 >��� < -��� i   twt nty  years,
fron] ihe train al Ignace, Onl . yes
jay,  ami   was   killed,    Mr,   Colegat*
W11S  returning from a iirolonged visit
:,,   England,   where  he  had  gom    ' *���
.,     :,..,i..iii of his health,    He was  15
v, ars of age and unmarried,
A  Harriman      A. James.   J. McClu.han Anti-Free   Lunch Law   Evaded.
Spokane,  Oct   28. Several Si o
PI IJMB5NG saloon-keepers havi devised a
a nd   Hf ATI N G
SiJK'SST.'SS     and Htr^ni^    ;; a;d are  ,���:,,.,,,:
non  block, Colum- i  t      .  oi/nnl
*    NewWeBl    Cpnn|  jjfpggj irilSl  tilalM n": il,:"''   ' '"'
'S1AV STATES SEEK      (T
,    HELP EROM RUSSIA S
m
-SOUTH W��Sm7//��5T��/*?.~
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The proof of the pudding is in the eat ng of It, and to judge from the way the 5-acre blocks in our
S   ith   Westminster  subdivision are   ��� o   iled up, the Investing luililin recognize a really goo-' thing
��� n ���     .    ee it.
M)   .���. ach!" said one man wan bought about two weeks   ago, .and  only  examined his pur-
foi  the first time yesterday, "and 1 would not take double what I  paid for it.    You dd not say
half  enough  about  yum-  splendid  - i division,    li  is by far the best thing advertised in any of the pa-
;   mi       ..   o make a home on mi   3-acre farm and will commence building right away. I consider
hen   .vill, in a verj shon   time,  be . isi  as  valauble as any  along     the     Vancouver-Westmdnster
Thi  ��� ...      wool  the  man)   complimentary references   to our 900-acre subdivision, and go    to
show   thai on ei en -  an   basi I on fact and wlll bear investigation,    as   for   Instance,     when   we
��a      tram  runs through and lias ns  fust  Qxed  station  in  the  centre of  ihe
propi   ty, ������ found exactl) as we represent.   We make this point to offset if possible the bed ef
fect . nts i      ti ated in an effort  to sell certain other lands,    thai     the     new   tram   line   runs
through them, when, as a matter of fact, an old discarded trail iin,, i... the only thing In evidence.and
the adopted roul where actual construction is rapidly advancing. Is miles away. This son of thing
do  - no good and brings -lis ���,, lit   on   the perpetnator of  the  canard.
All the other excellent and variously named orchards, gardens and apple groves are all right in
their way and place, bin are not in the same class with ours.   Tnis is conceded by all.
Our principals have control of all the good land at the South Westminster end of the I'hHUwack
tram line, ami ii is lure thai the wise ones are now investing, recognizing thai our choice suburban
villa sites possess soil admlrabl) suited to fruit culture, and can 'o,, purchased for $100 per acre���the
same price asked for .".-acre   lock.-  situated inmi  10 to l'h miles distant from town.
our subdivision has onl) been on the markei i ;��� �� weeks, imi during thai short time w, have dls-
i-o.i-.i of ovei   UOo acres.    This facl speak,  foi  Itself
li fruit farms are worth $100 pe icre 15 miles from town, what should they be worth two mile.*
away, where you have all the conveniences of city life'.' Thi - Is the wa) the question Is being figured out,  and  the   resull   i    rer;   much  in oui   favor.
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Don'i  |i .   ll ofl   bin '
numbi :   t��i     ���  go al   ,   ���
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nd    n    .    ...       v.. i'ii :,...-     -   ;���    It,   We've onlj a limited
a    :������,.-  i ouimeni ������      ��� ���   . -   w iii   advanci    100   I ���
Our carriagt      ��� over e ��� y day.   Any hour will suit us,    It only takes
half an hour to drive over.
1
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LIMITED
T. R. Pearson, Manager
New  Westminster,   B. C.
i for sale at HALE BROS. A CO. and
PACIFIC REALTY C >.
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THE DAILY NEWS    I     and carjacit-v of  tb0-* w^ now|liberals op nelson
 ��� !'c "�������� compared with taelr ELECT NEW OFFICERS
!ji...-:_e_ :y the D_.;y New.  Pj -        -*   eajsore.    sir   WllfrW Uni | 	
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F      '-'''���  OCT    .
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streets, New Westminster, B   C.
���,   A.   Paige.
Managing   D rector
offices, corner of   Sixth   aad   F.o_..   ���'""������   ��Wle   h*   has   .-rea-..    idded  to
Inflnenoe "nv.  he  was  *-h&n  able ::     '    - Liberal association, th,
-;; '-*-   bU   ���'���-���'��� ���:��� os.il ��� ���    ed:    Hon.
- * "      nja-*' a .  A B. Hall; president,
"��� -"'    ��� I    by    the    Berce F   I   I     -      i        resl \-.r   -,;_  *-- rg
'   '"   ��� ���"���'      '���   that  are Insepar- son       ���        ���      D   I'roudfoot;    tre
:   ' '���-'                   -     - hi ���        -        -       ���   .   :.    executive _   -
'     lengthen,       th n itt, e. H. T.  Ma ��� ;..:.
���  ' ��� :::.- path     But B. Doi .    I*- ircy, K. w. \\\ ���.
^acknowledge ,    g   -    -     ,      \v.  r. vv'els
���      irsonality,  a x_     ���; , ..--.    \   Carrie, Jos. Patrlc
:--'-'"���   a :-'-'*"  Pathei      -. A   X   W. Ivi  ton  ind Jos, Sturgeon
these :atter da; -     one o   R-hom his
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FRIDAY.   OCT
i9oe.
INCONSISTENCY.
. Incerltj   of   poi   ��� * _    --,-, v ._.  ..a_.__i_ _.i3
tic quest  -ii was well  country-men are proud a* a fir,-?..
��� ���    recent   cam-   men of th<_- .-*j*-.-sinan and public man
ivhen    | onservatl i  .-.-   whose abilities find useful i I
��� rt]  against thi  Pel    ������ Peril,  opportunity in the Bervice ol the Do-
.. :���   ��� :    against   the  In he   minion."
repeating    tereotyped   ���  ��� ���   hi - .  ���
-  after night,  and yet :���:���,.-. right     Thi . more mahlj and gives
on i       ���   ���--���   Chinese help and  pat-i the  man   expressing    such   words  an
ronizing !i.'���-'.,.- known to b,        en leni   Immenselj   greater  power   and   inflfl.
' - rtance, ence thai  *       'Laurier and Loo-" a:-
��� . us that If these people  tlst  will ever enjoy.    But then there
ere they hav^ the remedy in jar- mi-y, and  men;   there are gentle-
i hand       ecaus,    there    is'men an-l there are those *A'h'_ are not,
white    labor to take the j breeding has   i great   leal  to do with
ese 0     nta -   ar. i   where J the difference, ami --,.   editor of th
i thi     ' -   *v.-re ean be n-i rea-! Newi - idvei tiser    Is     it all times a!
-..--���   t,r Ja anese should  gentleman.
If there is nol sufficient -���  ���	
r at hand,    the deficiency  FLOATING whaling
.      ���   tO     .... STATION   PLANNED
empl. Where I      ei iploj er    . - - 	
whlti     i -     ���: ���- .-��� :.  : i       Victor -    Oct. 29     *. ���:-���.- -.
take i ��� heir  ������'���-' station with nslblj    two
.: efusing to     ������   ���-. ���'.    ���'��� ������'���'���   '���'��� h tiers action I
.... i brought to the Brj ilumbla coasl
���   ��� ���    ��� * i    finds
GET   YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE  '!'   \T  THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal  Avenue ard  Blackie   Street.
Get the Habit
Plates
>��� 111 n     :.    -.nd the
��� - engage In coa i   ng    il    -   -
three-mile limit, according    to information  received the   Norwegian
������...'     for    today���
et Day.    \\> are offering
Dinne,-    Plates    a-.  10c each
These are the "Emerald" dec-
-    ited ] -���*������::���,  and     .-    -
���   are an    *��������� * a'    - ��� cia
For   ��������� lay      nl      this
���  ds good.
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ANNUAL
MEETING
the Ex- wl*a.ei-_ on - whaler St. La**--, I   f\r||^'   fjlll"
villi rence. LuMJKJIm.   vUl
Captain   Lara n,  who came to Vic-
toila last sun to i nde '������'
tain   two   licenses   for  coast   -T:-.-:on..
refuse  to  have anytl  ng   to    ���    whh
the <jT anj  concern
jhould not be, -   	
j auyon,  to do tor us what wel*B 'nt<  ���-'��� : 'n "     ,���''.       '      --hich
can '          .......     Ives, and if th : ; :         - - : scribed.  \     age*
....    ....   .,,.,   ,-. .            [jant     wo -          ���'���   -������     mder way for the dis-
Orlenta -'      *       ie floating whaling 3tition
Ion    ol  th        iblei     ivo ' ���  '
., -          -     ong as they are -
���   to do   '.'i Shde Derailed Engine.
heaper tha ���*"'* ������'���      " '   29.���Engine 501,   ���     ��� -;
.._.. ng   to    Mich..-!     yesterday,   was
...;..:...                   . thi     ills and turned
,    nythlng that 0 * '      over whili          ag McDouga
.- ir at the rati       _"  n  .  i  .:���. h
1    .-...-      iffered an
to his
���:.-'������ on Th<- ::
)ur  Saturday     -, ��� -ial���i:
���*        e  Dr.   Brodeur's   1>,..-
-��� ���     it 5c per < ake, or six foi
���in:.,   a   limited  suppl)
-    *   -��� come, firs- Berved.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
for t ���-'::    and sell for the
TONIGHT
at 8 p. m..
the Annual Meeting of the
New Westminster Liberal
Association will be held in
the Liberal Club rooms for
the purpose of electing officers for 1909, and the transacting of other business.
J, I. HacDWALD, Pres
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CLOTHIERS
eason is
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Here Again
Every man and woman that
s obliged to be out when the
walking is bad shoul 1 be prc-
vided with a pair of th��--.s!.' Shoes.
WATERPROOF
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I For Men
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APPRECIATION.
: e regarded bj
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run
pei Sli    v., ftA
.'-"   foi a long time  kJ5
Jvts
'.,'.��� houldci   .'i oni   Ijj
I the campaign   ^/*t
just  Cl -ii. ' 11.    t'iA
a- per-   Oj
.....','.��� : ������<  the    cal lm t  li  weak,    bul   $*{���"���
��� il        It ls It ml   .   huvi    ���  n s
th    Pi    iler woulj have
more       , ��� ... id froi
ies,   Tin r
in   i ii in ic In  Ihi
i   ���' .-i      In   '    aural     ... I
' .. a i i: i i I than  re**]
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GEO   A. SLHTiir.-S "DUK-BAK."
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CEO. A. SLATER'S "DRY-80X,"
��� leathi ; .���  Boot,  with
u'>"'" Oiant-Ca       iui   most   re-
ile B, il
THE "DOCTOR  SPECIAL."
1:1 'chi r cut h    -i    Bool   with vlscolize |
waterpro il sol,      ,   .ool we highly  recom-
w"ni      to give comforl  In 1 ver,   del il
For Ladies
GEO. A.  BLATER-3    INVICTUS'
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In le,       ��� ',   WreS
i a '..      hi ���   C$**
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and thorou   ilj
THE   EMPRESS
VVlnl       '.ni   Bo >ti        :.. u   lookin ���     ,   ,.
'     '     'I   tall wear
THE   "CROSS"   SHOE.
���   <r.   Velour  Calf,    with    extra   bea*
making   an   Ideal  bool   for   the   we!
Sifc.i of lhe Di�� Electric Boot.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B   C
New Westminster, B. C.
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J Everwear Hosiery sold in boxes
of six pair for I
��� $2.75 '
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Six pair Fine Mercerized, $4.00
V
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that 1.1 the hofiery -with tne guarantee about which you ha\e read
so much. EVERWEAR Jocj away with darning for twenty-��ix
whole weeks if hole", rips or tears come in a pair of EVERW I. AR
llOblhRY within six month.", all you have to do is to ."a.*nJ them
hack and get a new pair absolutely free.
5 EVERWEAR   HOSIERY  ha,  a  rich. .oft.  ".lAv   fain and
,. the color." are fa.-t      Men's jocks are made in liffht and
'A medium weight in  black, hlack with  white   feet,  blue.   ""^
1 ."tccl rfrav. lirfht ,n,\ J._.l ������ I   Th.-
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Women 5 boM are maJc in \)\i     , Mack with wluttf       CKstfltty
feet, light tan. g��
(huh
Cmmr Rasiny bj
MtiW
bold in boxt-3 o\ six pair, ono ��u�� to a box.
tor  Stiff   hy
ead & Co.
Pcnnsyivanu
Blacksmlt^ls,
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 *P\\ortt   106.
OFFICE i FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH, ���  ��� 0 WESTMINSTEfl -f"*   ���""���"   "    ^2t'    * J__a*J
THE   DAILY   ff] WS,
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me Cash Stores I. H. SMITH TiieUsli Stores ji
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Advertisement
Ij Offers Real
| Money Saving
to Every
1 Customer
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News
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ANOTHER LOT OF
j Dressers and Stands j
��� AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
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Mammoth   Furniture   Emporium  j
COLUMBIA STREET    NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite lo-nt Street,     Phone 73.
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Ft. Creech, of Vancou-! j J
cigars of    exclusivi it**.*.************'**************'****-****************'********
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ssue Si-^cia] fares   ���''���'     ������ ��� ��� '
at   Otl . :'"" -.:.:.-
nexi .     .....      ] -....  -- ���        s ' ' '        h-    '
I'.- reduced rates!���1 -
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and  - *���    :".
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[j   Gigantic   Price  Cut  in  Women's   ���
Migh-Grade Tailored Skirts
SI2 to $14 values, S7.75
rown, plain and fai      ; .
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Thi se wei        Ipped i from    |
Smith, who lormous    i
Reg   $12  and $n  val ies $7.75    |
$3.75 to $4.50 Sample  Underskirts ���
for $2.00
les of Net.   _111>   Uoin ated *
Reg  J' :."   ���-'. : *���*        ies fo J2.00 *
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Seasonable Snaps  in   Staple   Dept.
..;:.;     trds of boa    Ifu    ���' Flai ueli Ite at   10<
15c  values; firm ���       ���       inadul.     .
-   ���  - (.>ini_   for. .   10c yard
Pen     Hans  t     ig   I   -"
ooms of tb
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florists. . . *
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South Wes - ��� ��� R
[    Bis Bargains in Wri__pperettes���30c
Wrapperettc for iOc yd.
10   Hfferent   designs   In  -.        ���..    oral effects, sult-
:..  na     eti Ug   I i 20c   yard
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Dcn"t    ilss it I     ...;...      .- ans at
Oct, 30 ���"
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O ar. islng   In  *;.���    r"...- ���   u   I
[ires la for the -steel work
.  gi      Thi   cit     Is   ooklng
.i-nirt*.
A".:- .   . - - -   ...:.!,      I  .       nd    Old
S cigars
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an
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in ! tl at    - being
school    Durln - ' Is ���<'-
iy * - 11.   ,..���     examina'   -. -    ol
iU ition an     eing  hel '���
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and G. Snrin '
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���A Great Glove Value at  $1.00
iware   that sell a gua ed Glovi     :���
far - I
en    ��� ���        |        >',
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overs                          ghoul;     - ;���;
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$1.C0 pair i
New Neck Ruchings in Greater  Variety   Than  Ever
nt i ��� ��� .       '������       ���'
...   . om ��� and      nodes!       *
how n
cul flowers for nny floral work,
t*f'.    F ir .* it flowers
��� | ring  .    i dy, tin   Hoi   '.   Phone 184. *
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Owln-j ���   ��� _.         e was a vei
. onsldi   . iats ai riving
at   th< river
\\'i*"iln ��� id                    The  Ira    '
der .I; ..1 Thu -1       and   .
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��� islm .        .  absolutely dis- {^
-' .. i       she takes awa;   *
fr in   . -       ...               -.li,   loa,; ���    ���
for   \ ���      '          -        - ���' ���
have i  sevi                           too I i
I nun*.i .' iniej
Gordon's Dry Goods House I
��� ���  ������������
a
Special Sale
of Ladies' Coats
Friday and
Sc turday j
Ladies' Covert Cloth Coats, newest styles
regular price $22.50,   special price J
at       *1*i.OO  f
Ladies' Cloth Coats in hlack, navy and *
brown   regular price $25.00. special f
price.          *i7._so f
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Ladies' Tweed Coats---ro,_rular price $15,  f
special price . %^.75 I
THE FASHION CENTRE     J
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Ro ya 1 Co
One  of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
,^a     SJIS
T. i~h Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
v.., .       thi   Odd  Fell< -..-   . era*    ���
now   cit\   ��� ��� nn ������       "i ���             Rev. F. A. M lt��  ���
YXimocKs   ;i**  alii il     mi                                       ���       v    ���'��� ��� ised wa m
' ments   havi       en  mad          ore            n'.oul   thlrt.i   nn ��� e Orange f
,,,, i  has  been                   '        ���   ������    atten le I, In sp      i lown   ���
ol   rain.    The  w    M o   Lod)       ���
'��� J                                                                            li   G   Patterson, and 159     E.\\    %
l*\    For    sale-Seven    roomed    house,  ^^   .������.���,,,,,   ;im|  th��� ,,;(|1,���,,,v,t, ���
��� 5   iath   room,   gantries,   closets,   wood-i
shed;     horse   bUII,  carriage   h iuse;
fruit trees; on  full  lot.    For furtherj ^^^
192Elghth      \   .ut June '���'.  i numbei of artldea  J
��.. ������  selected  from    tl
,:. ml Ins.
Orangemi n
Wi      ��� ���   .
Canned Goods
Wi   haie jus - >        an
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l'livtiin l��i ui i . .'������..      '��� i id
Fi nt  and \ egi ��� ��� ���       ''���
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particulars apply to owner
street.
missed   from the  residence    ol ���
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    ,       \V    11.   Tuilil.   Niiilh   _-.ii-."*      ti'Mii   I I
.    ocial  gathering  Is arranged  for T,���M._, ,���,.,,.,���������_ .,���,,,,,,. ,,,,��������� t0 the I
thla evening al   the  lecture   room  ol   robb        (,an|..   ,,.���,,.,,,,,,   when    CU) J
j Sge__Qur Stock Patterns in Dinnerware!
'���������:ii   n white   .ml gold  ivltb four maple leavei
! verj chea >.   Vou oan bu.   inj quantltj jou want
.    doz, $1.50 Covi :��� : \' ���   Dishes, each . 90c
$1.50 Bakers, each  . 25c, 35c and 10c
. .$1.00 Platters, ea    l 50c; 75c and $1-23
irtlcli    d .... a.t,c
Adams & Deans j
i     copal church, ' e ng
mWm
Public Supply Stores GEO��� adams I
rr  * _ Prop. I
Columbia   Street. New    Westminster,   B.   C. Phone   92.
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.-,  i.h had been found In the tnnli ol a o^c^^o^oeoeoeooeceoe.N*-'***.)*0 oe<>eoeo*K_*��<">*'    ������'eoe*lereoeo
-,i   itorj",   Thej Included ti clmln nnni'   y
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GROCERS        Prompt delivery
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FREE SAMPLES
��� ������< i in- .. ��� the nexl  few days
a ��� are ,     free Bamplca of
Old Du     .1 : -.:-.    GRAPE  NUT,"
Coco C..11  and help yourself.
C A. Welsh
he Reformed Episcopal cnuren. a.e.uS Ja|lpi,    M(,|n|li.,    recelved    ,., ���,,    the
the  m in       t>   ' lble   date    :"   ti,,: . i of one of the bartendei .  nl   t
lowe'en.    There wlll be   longs, ganu .,   saloon a number of small articles
and music, and  refreshments will  be
served     .           ���"' 'ome"'
...j,.,]    parlo ! :       li threepennj  pieces  h necli
i;     , and a brooch i I i oln      No triu ���
���  ot tl;" tlii''i ���**��� ii i tht   " gel  ri.i ol
 H Incriminating! portion ol his b ���
Un  V ���     been   discovered.                         ���
the We trnln ^^
,.,    ,. as  married    ��� I        local nu n dn ��   �� nnlng tii      Q
i  Salmon      .-���   p on  the  I  mt    i.
,.,,,.     \\ \   ii.    \\ ' ������ I'Hhii     t ,.        ...   i-   S'ew ii ii i.i*<. -x
i inn       ��� ,
, [*, mom        C      '' ������   'in*.  the luckj  uunii.'i
���      .���      mai       rh.
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.inn    iin-   winners are  tioss  num       ,-,
j   Hai voy,   W   fit m   I      nn I IJ. V    ���
lie i    111   ��f Tu tnksglvln;  Daj      |( (      pr|.,     u(., ,    u ,,|h   ,n,,.,  ,    \
,,;,,. '       "       '":'"   "'    ;h"    Vl     '     ���     .111   $0   tO     l   lln|     10       11     'I'"11
,,- uomi       ���    " :l"-1 MrH' cRPmb   ' ol    tartei    In th(   race, nou   I iri    0
.-.,    . ni     to I ring il-"i over to    the  | ,,,,,,Ulu:, .,   ,���.,,,, ,  ,,,,,,,   ,      ,i���.
tlvn    >o   **i"n*j   clta Iel   t i  ad    ^ t Ma (U n, iK  tt]go (.flna    ., h
meeting.    The  commUslonjr j ju ^ _woe[] wm   ftl|  mJn  ,���
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The   u Innoi h   ne  Ru
Is
Your
Trunk
Insured?
Q e oi nlod by Col. Pitgn-lre,; VJ( q^  .    ,,   Damgte]  wlnnlng *17'.!s
C tn charge of the prison work, and Ma    ^^  tJcke|   N(j   |s,,t;   ("Marcovil,.   s.
The   People's
Grocer
^jjor Morr'u, provluclal officer. ,,   Rofl 1,(.lt|I,1, jg64  ul(h tlcUet    N���
1       fr   ni, to  -i- ���:-���   LIU    1078 (Land Labffin I; and M *s P.Qll- a
,.,   ,���.. dialogue and tableau  llapie, with ticket  1616 (Succour),en B
;���,,,    Tici(etH mi  Bale al    Oeorge  rlchlng hertelf to the extenl of 1433. o
,,'    ind We ,  End grocery.        -tTlckei 2900, held by P. W. Luce, was o
n the   last    one sold locally bj  J. CJ. 5
\ini is vinii  bouse furniture, okrthlng, ������,'-.  Insured '
���.imi cannoi aftord to taki  the chance of losing it In a few minutes
by fn" when you can insun  li   In  a  reliable Canadian  ��� unpan]
im 11000 111 11 cosi of I  -   than a oen   a da*
\iii".Mi. will ;i imit thai II la worth more than ���i"1 to ;" with
out tii" worry of finding your home In asbes sorts daj '.*���'''' ���>"
compensation tor your loss
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Lei me quote yotl a rate on either a new policj
1 run save you modej on your premium.
nn old one ft!
P. 8,    :: pound good Croamerj  It tl -
'��� r for Jl 00,
Thi  e pounds Walnuts for 60c,
jl    The currenl  Issue ol "The Ranc 1,    c;,n,|nn
; 0)  geattle, Wash., contains    a    fronl
Lage Illustrated   article   on the   NeWi
Westminster exhibition in    which    II After Eye-Opener.
peaks of the fair as "one of. the most J    Tttawa, Oct, 20, -At   the   morning ^
^ouncil    I Q
^w ��� I'iicllic   roii.ii. ��� "���    ...-.--a    ���-  ,    ���    ���>.-...,,.���,���,.     ���,._,    lt'Ciivil Q
^*Oi*oo*>o*>o*X)fO*>0*>0 oe'.^*je^:^o*o^oer^oeoeo*o       ^ ]v plcture, ,,,-   the   3Jthlbition j from Brantford council regarding   an ��
(buildings .'"Hi    grounds    and of   t1"' objectionable newspaper published In ���
dealt ��.'
B notable agricultural shows held on the session ol the National C
O Pacific coast." The article Is II "������ Women, a complainl wns
0 ,..,.,,. 1 by pictures of   the    ixhibltlon j from Brantford council r^s
.       r������������ , ,  1��������� buildings -'md    grounds    and of   tbe objectionable newspaper pubm
APA/En-Tirr- ix 1 -r-I   If- NlClY/CU.-,-;ii,i- .ive,- i.iul  l..i.l��.-   :s seen from   Calgary.     The mutter  was  not
L VjQl^l [Sp        INJ |-[h        [NtlW��3 th,. (Jreacent, the cuts being loaned with tt,.s morning.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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11*. I* u- ���"��������  -  " '���'������'     "���-,
thani*' - ��� ���.'��". s**.!**' ���
fete :^?'-d&W
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SUffRA6ETTfS FORCED   COLIN H. CAMPBELL
HOUSE 10 ADJOURN     GETS A TROUNCING
Women Chained Themselves
to Grill of Ladies' Gallery
--(lne .Mere .Alan Supporter
Liberal Insulted by Attorney
General of Manitoba, Publicly Thrashes Him on
Main Street.
MADE IN CANADA
LLETT'
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i.:-i  Juatli     Howell, at-
Colin   11.   Ca
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from   .i   i
honi     eti     ���  Mr,  How-
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ther out-1 ,     ��� ,.
... ced in
t he   P
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!iim
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READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY
For malda* SOAP, .oftenine water  re*.   S
mov.ng   old    paint,    di_infectinK    .i'r'".-    ,
cl��et,    and drain,   and for   m.���v  oTher'
porpowa.    A can equal.20 Ibr. ia'Scda.
E. W. GILLETT "co, LTD.
Ttaronto, Ont. a
-��� nuM
Queensborough
General  Store
LULU   ISLAND.
l��   ���        ��� ....   -:.
Choice    Potatoes    and    Tumlp;    de
.ered to any part of the City, 75c pe
M. Crane
Proprietor.
south i     :
'Phone   146.
__-.TE_E..    BOUNTY    ACT    1908.
EARNING  TO  PURCHASERS.
���        ...     ' a ' '        ��� 1
'        I
:     ���      ��� ray ol   ip-
of a substltuti
rovldi
a la
f Si   ���
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ent of i
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not n
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tiun of
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________________________________________________________________________________________���**-''
..   s net executed and dated aft  r
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Wanted -   Lost -:��� found
For Sale ���:- Io Rent -:- Etc
:    lonstra
Mi
-   ���
Chained   to   Gallery.
:., ..   :,      ...ii   wjjj(.)j
���     -��� ' .    jj
of  a    lai .;rd
.
:i   *
-.Mi    !���'"
Westminster
Transfer Co.
the date of the warrant for the land
I ,��� the Mil of Mill!  ,
e volunteer
.   ..    GREENWAY,
���
Lan .
W r*
\
Phone 18b.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
-
of  tlie
111    At  .. .
:
TENDERS FOR   DREDG'
I.i
'!
and releas   .
   Bv.'.
.
111UJ
:...-
���'.-..   i    lown   from     i-ue   \i;initoija  ,J5-,
". *   '    -      ,tied across
ol    : ���   ...  nber, and a  ������.   n
���   ���   ���    igainst  ��� injusi Ic     to      men."
Vtti ..  ants   hun led   to   the
WA ���    G Ir] t witl
���     Tl housework; good
���     :-.;. ,,: 2 and 1 o :  ion, A.
eked and ice office, Armsi
Main streel
afti moon
-----    lellvered      i   tnptly    to
any  part of tie city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
.
OFFICE���TPAM   DEP-1T.
of citizen was as- j
...       ��� galleries,   ..,.,-.. , Howell,  son  of    I
and   the   offender    iva -     ejecte
from thi   ladl. s' gal ���        oun Is
WANTED
smari   . oy  i.i  run   ni
'���' he pi ���-- Im ���-. -ind    a
were   promineni % Liberal wiih
"     '  "'   ''   ���' '���'-''"    -      -    '      ���   ���- - i amp ��� had a
' '���'     :- ���'    ha I     firmlj     chained
'������'���'��� lyes   to   the   grille,   and   for
time all efforts ,at their removal were
���   till     ti
���    .     ii.    ivhh
'..-���.    "���     -   ,���   in.
vs   office.
C
when   Mr.
a   ""��� ' * ! coring ��� at    house   work
.V VNTED    A ii., ��� .:    .
ids English, wants  posi .
Japanese   x
rton, 11.
-,i.
Mr. Howell then threatened to   '���'��� ' ."TED   Nursing, oi daily woi
thra ttorney-general  in    pub- voman.    Applj  Box 937
��� -������ ��� -. ���     hi     met
'*-'   ,'��� ....:,...i (���!'.-   who
.   .      :l1"'   ';  ::'-   continuously    i���  ha Q locked  up in ti,.- Pn , :.
tone    thi ir demands foi   ���
Had to Move Grille.
Th<    removal    of  the   two  militanl
"      ""' '���-"'->   ;'   comical   Mr,  Campbell  called him   a  "blather-
'    *���' '  '   ��>rridors. Both       .. telephoni 	
"' '':'"'"1,:-   we' Jti^  hean">   at  thi   corn     ol   Porl  g.   avenu   and   w \NTI-:i..;.-.d ~n    -wm*    ���.
���     'Mali      .������-".   Mr. Howell took the    t-       !om      \   ,lv  Mrs   j   Si.        ���"
'' ' -''':'   '"   '        '     ��<-ers  carry*   .���rn...... ,. .,.   ....... " '
Ing  that  portion of  ,he   ironwork  ofjmanded    :        .   _    ..     ....      :ne?J |
,..:    !���' irnished be Iroom    A
enson street   thi   Cres
tn et,   I'. (J.  Box  1.27.
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW   ON   BALE  AT
M.   MOREY-S   STATIONERY   STORE
J, G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN. F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
'THE   FAIR,"  Columbia   Stre-t.
I"  0. Box   471 Te!.   53.
Estimates   Submitted.
.: .-	
li
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: m., for
H ar
Provin British <
:.
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:
.-': ��� a 1 l
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i\. ��� fer,      I. .;       resident
X- ���.     V\ -        :. B.   C,
th'.    i Public
. :     Ti ndi       must includi
towln    of thi   planl  : -   ind  fron
ed which are rei    tered in (lanada at
the time of the I
. :��� : ��� an
U      G.      A.
and    a
omen
WANTED- Family washing
2, this office.
w"r'-   which   Mr.  Camp '11  refused   to
.;.    Ir.  H< well   proi ee l<
were!, , , , ������.���.���,	
���' irous ���     the s-treei        ���. .������,-, i,   -i ���,, ,,,,.,, ,,  .. .
a.m i.u    iwo  dozen   tame
n   ���    '"   Mr   Howell   was  arrested  shortl
���
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ed
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:
:
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���
lm
���,,*...     . .
���. :    i        aces
mi asurement
 B (.". I     A
works.   Only dredgi ���       perform   his    ���       i  ���
cordari ���<���  wlti  I
       wi: l'i  ; _ir. i.- ~
R��*s. 4^ii   twenty days after the date        ���        -   .���!        ......
-.een   notified   of    th-     ccepl   nee    'f I for the d
������ ndi r. Six months' nol
Westminster -^,; -
���    ���      irder of the Hon ��� Otl
|Df)N lAffORIC^ '*'' Minister of Public Woi ply for patent
foui  ���   ���
ts. Jt
a
- a ��� etl   i" en-
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_________________________________________ ;,:
pi Ice an 1  applj   to   Box   I7i
linste
JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
for  one  th i   an i  doll n     11
W
musi   be  di ��� curity.
��� ���������;. ���     eturned  In  ci
Wrought    Iron   Gates.   Fences,   Crest-   n*>)
Thi    Di ; itj   .f the Mr
PLAGUE HIDDEN SHIP
REACHES YOKOHAMA
SMUGGLER CAUGHT AFTER
EVADING LAW FOR TEARS
SVANTED    !'.;���     a    stead)
-, : 1  ���
���In-.  Goodeve,    ,      or appl      t Mi
McKa ���.  _:-.''.      ��� ,i      treei
Koyal .stni-io.
ings.   Balccny   Railings, and
Fire    Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHiNG
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ W'AXTKIi     \\ h                             ...   ,.va.
  -������        Appl)   to   Wesi   End
-.
1 '��� '   - ���     Seth H   8i - - 'lis,	
B"oiii  jiiniiue   sine.--   l'.uii   ani |n  ItKNT���Two  lm nis tied  front   In
:       '    -   m      lum  smuggler,  known room.    Vpp .    .rrow  Pres .    .ick of
Fifty  Dymu and Fifty-two Dtad from   '"        -oras    "'i ' ���  ���*    throughoul    the Windsor Hotel, or _!**;  Victoria  St.,
P .-������    sound ...      .i -   'Big  Stevi
and
Office   and   Works:
rentl) Street,       IHew Westminster
: 1 itself'for
to aci ������;���: thi ��� a li i ���
ordei
NAP,   TESSIER,
Sei : ��� ���
Depari mi at ol  Public Woi
Otl   ...i    Oct.   ���
X    li,-   Una itt -
this   aiv. rtlsi
"��s_" >jr
Beri-Ber
cn   Board   a   German
Steamer.
Wlndsoi  Hot.
near   Library.
���Big Seth," h' arrested in
Seattle late yestei da) b) a deputy
United States marshal and lodged    In
WANTED    \
Jones,
inn  i
jirl.   Mrs,   Di
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Newspapei s   vi ill   m it      ������   : aid   fi
Ivi   ���   ��� ���;. ���   the)   Insert    it
w Ithout   authorli i   from   the   ' '���
ment.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
the count) Jail. K(>K SAI-,';    I*'.*-'"', pony cart, In good THANKSGIVING DAY
On Sept. 26, 1905, Stevens and    hli      condition;   or  exchange  for  buggy.      -,,,,,..., ,,,.���  ,,,   on    ga)e     ^
wife, with George Berger, who at thai      Morley, Vancouver  road,  East   Bur-
time was local superlntendenl ol  the      �����������->'. ' h   ""1   9th'    '' '  '"  return   UP  !"
Pullman Car Co.,  were arrested on a   "���"  '""'  'ucluding  Nov.   llth, at  one   ind
Landrat  cnar*?e "'   smuggling  opium  Into the| VEST MI NS TER EMPLOYMENT Ione-*h*r(*  ������"���   '"���'   the round trip.
���>  ���'       ....      I I.- "' V.   ..
- ���    ���>' ���������-   ".'   thi   ar-
���    hi . at   Vo ohama,
with  lift}   dying and  fifty-two
��� '���"���    ' om thi   Orli nl    by the
��� '     '';- '��� tgl<   *hlch arrived to*
1 '������   '������ rman  sti amei
Schieff, which dad taken   116 Chinese I n0"intr>' l'l'��"1 British Columbia.
���m.  Hong Kong    for   Sallna      s,evens and his wife forfeited cash
'     '   Mexico, had fa   ���:-,. ,,.,,,,. .,,������       ''!   "f   t1250   :"   'Iiat   time.     Bergei
���-. sei ure ,.
and   her  passengers,  and
������'   'in   ih,-  .. -
"   '-       Thi    ,|. xi, .;.    ,���: cla
-    *  ��� ���  '���.- In.   ���   won
*   '  ,;   ��� ��� ...
���-:���..       Protesi
ubsequently tried on the chai ge
and acqultte I bj a Jury in Judge II hi
I'uril'.- conn, Mr- Stevens died In Vancouver, B. r , about  two    eai    a
AGENCY���Under new management, 	
2CG Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O |    For further particulars ana reiervu-
box  807,    Can   supply  you   with   alA t^ons apply
kinds nf help    promptly,    free   of! KU. OOULET,
charge,   Branch office, 107 Cordova Agent, New Westmlnstei
street  west, Phone A27S0, Vancou-   or to K   i   COYLE
ver, B. c '
Asst. Genl. Pass   \Kt.   Vnnnonwir
Synopsis ol  Caoaciian I
Regulations.
Al;.  a   nlal.it- Dou   i      - '
.:.   tl i-   I an \\ _iy   bell    I
bla, ma; be bomesti a ��� .
�� . ��� .    the   i... ii-..
any male over li ;
extent  of oue-Quait-
acre.-, more or loss
Entry  must  be  n
the loral laud offlc.
Regular sailings between (which  the land  la
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLI-lproxy ma-v' '"'*" v'
tain conditions by the fa   ���
son, daughter, brother nr Blste: ���'!
Intending homeste:ui*-r.
The homesteader is n
,.���.,���.    ..     , ���   ..       ���.���.form  the condition.-  ������
Leaves    Brackman &   Ker    wharf,     ... . .       :,
..���        ���, ' , With      nnrlpr     ont.      nf  the     I"' l
New   Westminater,   Tuesdays,   Thursdays and   Saturday  at  8  a    m.
Loaves   Chilliwack   Wednesday,   Fri
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
.Mission and way pons, with pas-
Bengers ami  freight.
under   one
plans:
(1) At leas! .*���'.*. in-'
i Upon and cultivation o
leach   year  for  tin ���
���
���
Sallna Cm/.,
on wa
v
n i,i
Strathcona  Talks   Canada   Always
-    nto,     ilet
Japanese Employment Agency
I!
.....    |
arrived
���;
I
���ii ' tion
w I i��
ti '     :*      I in ii.n
VI free]   ll
���  ... i   .      ;,.
 i'     -vith
1 11 e u I h
i    ������     '������ , li.    .,:
Han
iniiii,.    ni th<- Lou    ���, _
lid   SIR   WILFRID   RECEIVES
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Help   P-omptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA     and     McNEEuE/    ST3���
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B    C.
"hone   431. P. O. Box   885
?mrn]ir_jirc(pprep
liUvnu imii^iieyLV
BOOKING TO AND FROM AXY
POINTS IX THII OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE,
Keir Hardie Again.
London, < let. _.'*��� lv ir Hurdle,
ul Vlerth) r, mi Sa
said i.Mi tli i������ w.i .. n
town in Canada, Rev, McLeod had
lold him ihi re woii I b< 10,000 hi ad
..i famillc receiving relief In Toronto
��� I .    " Inti
aiiy-
... d   N'orthcllfl'i",
i ��� ve rj
aid thai        ��� no!    o much
En .    thi     accounts
bin  thai   ii���'���'���   ' ade i
counti y,
He   i   , ' ited   thi
. cnrcll
TELEGRAM   FROM    BOTHA
i , |
T    I ic
i Impi
l-.in...'
il   Britain
.. I    Not.
I.'!.
i-niimi ii-     ihai   a
l|i wil] nei' ssitate i in.ill
Uur
I1' I ���  I  I con
gral i idtiy  it H,
i ii-.  gi in   .i
I   .   hi u   T
A   Noteworthy   Welcome.
The     \;l.
Temper-
After "Uncle Joe
Denvci    i lolo .    Oct,   29.
tlonal   Won   ,,     i ,, latlan
*""''      ��nlon    con vi ntlon     yesterday   i*\   wi Icoining tin
adopted   w Ith  | rac Ical    iinanlnilt;     n   I
'���   oltii on  comn ling the effort:
the church.
���   i     Cannon  it i   i   mem
"   i     ���  .
Shangh ii.     Oct.    :.".i    The   Chin s.-
ch unbi . uiiimei.,    Ul    Shanghai
lias sent a  message to   \ Imiral  Spei
\i,i'   -. ,in   Reel    to
i     i      con . ���  ���   I
i        rthy,    :.
__________________________    I
Colleug ,
������ i ,i ��� ���   , .
^^^^^^^^
Al   l!" ��� nei
stroniu  frier
sii     Wilfrid    La
Botha.
���ih   of
mi.'t
. ii.i
���   ween
.'     i ;���   .    i
(2i   if tae fathei   ���
-     WESTERN    STEAMBOAr   CO.    father la deceased),
new  Westminster,  B. c       ��teader   ���    lu
I!   WHITMORF,  S'..'etaiv.      vicinity of the Ian
  requirements as
'  latlsfled by bu< b pi
tlie father or mi
i.:i    If thi    ettli
ent n sldeni e
'���li  ! J   him   ::  thi    I
stead, thi   .
di ace    . ..    ���    al
upon the I
S ������. ii onth    i.  '
be given to the G
Inion Land!  al ':     ''va
apply tor pi '��� nt.
COAL- '
lea . I for .i
at  an   annual  n I
Nol    more   than
leased to one Indivldm
a royalty al the rate of i ������
ton shall be colli
chantable i'""1 mined.
-.     '���'   d
f the M
J. HENLEY
Manur.icturer of
Mineral  Haters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family  trad,   a  specialty.
Tel.  113. Office    Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Medal  for Wrig
���   ��� -i
i .
For othi :���  dati .*  and  particulars,
apply to
ED   GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route  ^^^^^^^^
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN, Gentlemen's Silver  Watches   doublo
WHITE    HORSE,    DAWSON   and f,;iM'- '���'���50 ,JP-
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  train,  (except Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,' watches, supplied   to   the   WelK
express    an-l    freight    connect    with Arctic  Expedition.     Ul warranted
" ������'    ���������  '   ��� ���  ��� ���    nd White Horse,
lintaining -it!-   , -;. winter   .rryirr. Chains, Rings,  lew. ���;���. ������ . , ,..,..
;'",,' ' R'atch   repair), targe.     ��� - ,-,
J.  H . - -.      '���' unaget    .iile.
F. CRAKE
English  Watchmaker
Two   door*   from    Ceo.  Adam*,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watcnes   from   ��12.75iip
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch*****    onen
face, $6.00.
Deputy o
Teltp'-.one  54,
Wing  Yuen Cc
LADiES'   AND   GI I."*
dav.
OCT
30. IMS
^ t>AIL7 NEWS.
IA..I     * :   .
public Market
Market  Clerk  D. E. Mackenzie
.       a .  m, to 6 P- m- Fridays  7 a. m   to fc p. m.
OP" 8 3 PKone   138
.     m    ���
-TilesTi __! *     tee     ��   .   _J__J__*��W������"T���J*
��� ���***.- vv*.";-���.*-.-.,"..-*Vi_lJ_-
FRIDAY SPECIALS
CfiarnUy s
Meat Stall
?r,me  Beef  and   Mutton
Stall  and   grass fed.
Davies & Son
first-Class   Cut    Fl0.vers    and
Pot   Plants.
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
Si vfdale
B..f, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Stride's    Stall
FOR
Cut   Flowers,   Plants   and   Fruit.
Monks  Stall
��� ���
j-'i.-i.   ind  Came
ARABIAN MEDICINE CO,
ENGLISH
_t;ck  and   Poultry   Feed.
Wcldon's Stall
Vegetables and Herbs. Onions
a specialty. Winner of four
firsts, two seconds and 2nd
special prize in 1908 exhibi-
* on.
jl Complete
?/
Assortment
Of
li. I. Keen
Vegetables   and   Herbs
Qualli     an I
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J
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J
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JEWELRY
li
li
It
[i up,  Christmas Goods da        Our ial icU ls now  I ���������
.. - .- shown in the citj     Call and examine our  - ���
Ij -   Gold Jewelry, Fountain Pens, Umbrellas.   Jewel   Cases.   Cut   Glass.
I Star ng   S'lver   Goods.   Leather Hand   Bags.   Watches.   Rings,   China.
lie     etc.
It
iW. C. CHAMBERLIN
The  Jeweler
ii
I.
"���: Hai Mi ���  ments.
Gloves
IN WORKING GOODS
We have the Bronko, Pinto. Shell ( r-
dovan, Reindeer and Pig Skin, at per
pair         50c to 52.75
IN DRESS GLOVES
The celebrated Dent's, Fown.es and Per-
rins, Dressed and Undressed, at per
pair $1.25 to $2.50
Debauchery of Electorate
Gave   Tories    Victory
Di&graeetul and Disgusting Scenes at Tory  Headquarters
in Winnipeg Previous to Election    Shameless Disregard of Decency and Law on Saturday
a-.-.A.   >;__-.v.A<
	
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CLOTHIER
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209--211   Columbia   Street
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HEATING STOVES
If you warn a heater foi soft   ir hard 01  wo  I we have them.
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks   handsomi li        >earance  ind all with
heav;   :.      i   trimmings.    A   ���   largi   ran ilrttghl hea
IX)   no*,   forget   to  call         md   In ; mi   Oxford           I
R            -li" r inge   that glv         i g n h ��� l-sf ction
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
A'Phone
Will Bring Coal
to your place jusl   i
we  can    gel   ll   ther.      Wi
on    - .i       ov. > ou gl \ e tl
Ier,   Come In person   mall u
, istal   cai d,  send  a  m. ssenger
or call   us on    the 'phoni     In
.-ither  case  you   get   the  sami
n l ot coal.   Thai  i- the besl
and  cfeanesi   you  evei   had  In
our cellar
GILLEY BROS.
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all comers as ���"..-. as three barti ���
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W. IN. Draper
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Surveyor
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The Edison Theatre
Comer Columbia and  Be |b r
High i' -i ��� - Moving   Pli
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C.   Hambcr
ACCOUNTANT  AND AUDITOR
Notary   Public Conveyancer
Room    10.   Brine Block
New  Wc-.minster P.O.Box  795
Pkone 101
PKone 101   i
J. New some & Sons
Painters and  Decorators
y. tim tte ��� on All Work 'liven
.'-..9.9 Sixth Avenue
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v hi n ii ��n   offi ed
tn . .>ii \ ��� i ��� atlon the ma       i ��� b i
told ���!  fri'-U'l  that  II   wss    all rlgnt,"
h I. hi  ' ""11 sell    i    ���'��� " '""7-
over Bund tj ind election da ind give
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had  permission '���. do
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Bank of Montreal
B8TABL18H11D 1817.
CAPITAL |14,4O0,00O.00
RE-bERVE        $11,000,000.00
Canada and Newfoundland, and  in   London,   England,
trtcago and Bpoaane, I'.s.A., and Mexico City.    A   len
' ��� Bualneu Tranaacf��d.
Credit   laued, available Witl   c.irresi.on.tents In all parti ol the
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-partment      Depoelta received In sums of |1 and upwards,
allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
'our times a year,
iotai An.,.
���Mieta   ������������*��� $liiS,000,000.00.
<'-���'���'   ."-KWTMIN3TER BRANU  H. O. D.  BRYMNER, Manager
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\ We   are   now   booking   private
Christmas Cards.     P/inted Greeting.-;
with your own name.
A beautiful line of samples car
he seen  now  to   select   from.
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News Dealers   :
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\ .   yon    irnl  g  (25.00  per   ��� ���  :���.
Few elei .    ire paid so 1
Few adv        m ini experi
��� i men an much mo  -
:   Phlladel] b i     i      his  a Ivertl In inn ������������.   ���
,  .  ,.        ������ i ii' Intervl  ��� ��� t i - chea i u the pi ci
Ciin   I   Learn  to  be an  Ad.
Writer by Correspondent <���.'
qui answei  l*i yea. We i tn i how to write good, catch id
...    1st as wi ��� . were attending peraonnll md
,,,,]   [aitii    up half .in lmur oi every evening
���|-1���. School of Advertising |g the beat school ol In tructlon foi
..nn   rea ions, viz :
i, j.. the onlj  school that give ��� ,; their personal critic! ms, no I m
,,,,.         .    ;,-������!.    but,  i:i-'-. ���    i-ork of every studeni la looked ovei
itely.
:.. too   :- Is the only school thai la conducting a aucceesful   idvei
. i   backed up idlng  me chant,  of the province    II
... practical ad-work for the studeni        iwlng    la; outs,    oopy,  et. ,
ul;, . ki    ti om the mo I id ��� ���:��� Isemsnta written   bj    lta
��� rs.
;���- gy-atem ol teaching bj endorsed by noi only the leading met
.,.,.      ���    : anutacturers, but  ���.  the greateat experts and  publiahera
if you have only a common, ordinary school education and earning leas
than '-' 00 ,^r week, Ier us put you in the most lucrative profeaslon Id 'ha
world today.
[ta emplo        ��� tdenta are ever; where���In atores, faotorles, advertlalng
, and  i ������   " thoroughly qualified *n**t they command higher aaWt-
r year.    If you want to work up in the firm you are With, thla
Ige ���..ill open  the door of promotion,  and  we ean do it by correa-
.-ii.,l  the hearty co-operation of yourself.
Write for further particulars
The  Sword School  of  Advertising
128 Fifth Ave. Weit. Vancouver, B. C.
P.O. Box 755.      Opp. Royn    City MiU .
ROYAL   CITY
WINDOW
CLEANINC. CO.
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GEO. COX   &  CO.
Coi   I ���     ind Cam Bts.
r,< ���   WnMrninsler,   B.C.
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Lower rraser rvivcr
Freight and PaM-
enger Service per
SS*    Favorite
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf daily
at l 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 Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at :*:30 p.m.
Calling at Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tickets to Steveston and return SO
cents on Saturdays .'���nly.
LIMN IS SIKI'lih HY
IMMKNSK1IDAI. WAVE
Twnty   Pnsseng.r.1   Injured   by   Being
Sw.pl    m   Forw.-d    Hold   ;iy   B:q
Rush   r.f   W .ters.
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main   deel     i '���'���'���
wreckage with it and :��� ��� ',1"
inion way- nn '    '
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ii, . ,..   -.    .'.    aided In th ���
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When ������   ���������������
Snowstorm at Fernie.
Fernie. Oct. 28.���Winter h i
here     with     a     very    hea mow-
storm aa l the    weather   very
Building is ,at a standstill and  trains
are several hours  late owing to the
snow.
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Our Stuck of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating' Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
BOWLING
GEORGE ADE'S LATEST
COULD BE IMPROVED BN
Lasl ' vening the result of the game 	
between Capt, Hughes and Capt. Sutherland's teams was a  win  for Suther-   Strong   Cast   Presented   "Just   Out
land's  team bj   169 pins. College"  Last  Night ��� Smgine
Tonight  th.   telegraphic game with and  Acting   Good
the ' * ii bow ling  teams    taki
place.
Hughes'  Team. .\   n .      ���      ���
l       :���       3   Tti. Ave.
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. ��� .   i Ifyson)      375 I -
125    125    l'i"    350 11-|
91     126    150    367 122
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1        2        3    Tti. Ave
162     96    : 15- 373 124
I:-.:    135    101���359 119
.109    142    129���380 126
,185    128    151     I'll     154
; is     I7U    1.' .    137    I 15
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up to i ���.      ai       I sel    y Geo
in  his  en . .    i eparti i
ii ���  ... ���    eing in et idi nc     n
For a    i*i ailed con edj
u i re fe >v aud I ween.
The lirsi ... h ���*��i i the offlco
the l'i. I.i >-���>���-��� Pi' kl. Factory, an |
ii o ! ed to fldvanl ige the troub
and   ti ,i   busim s.-   ���
noi un!.   v. Ith thi   routine of a i i
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bul  a -"  i\ith i!i ��� ni ci
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154 2,
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High aver-
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
and  niiin i      :n    calls thai are i
upon his time an 1 patience.   Se]   i
Pick, ring, the husband, was ablj
ir,!..ed  '��� ���   lames Ilooper. The inti
of  thi entre      round Cai
Picl   rii       nd  Edward  Sw Inger I M
oyd   an I   William   A.   M"1*
ii.i rj to   io them ,:,i--tIce 1  ���
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TRAINLOAD OF SILVER ORE
10 ADVERTISE LOBALT
Silvers Vinson  i Les ei   Craw ford i   ���
Co   ill    '���      29,    Arrangem, nts  are   ���' '-! :"' l"n,uv- and assisted
.  . .,      the Bins* ��� Girls, m i li  quite a hit n
undei   way to ��� hi]   a trainload ol (_o-
bali   silver i
[lis   on  .  *.Iust Like That."   Mr. M
timer,   in   his   character of    Swin -���
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of tlie best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Blcck. New Westminster.
��ill   be  madi    ip of    aboul   eighteeujn0(   recommended   foi   Sunday  seh<
��� a is. the Right ofWay, Silver Cliff,  ..,,;,,.;,
Trethewey, Temiskaming and   Cham-      There were auoul thirty characti
bers-Ferland    contributing    one    car |n the cast, including the Bingo Gi
|each; Larose.Crown Reserve ami Kerr and each and every one ,]],] ]lis or :
Lake two each.and possibly the Drum*  pari :,^ai],i to the general amusemen
mond and O'Brien three cars, and the  and entertalnmenl of the house. The
McKlnley proba ly three carloads, De   ,,,|:,    iriSjng business woman was well
finite arrangements have not yet ben  ,,, .,. .   ,1U(j altogether, what with
made  bu) it is expected eaeh car will women  .,..,,  song(  dance and  music,
have a side streamer with  the name  .,,,, performance of "Just Out of C
of the  mine    The  first train will be Iege" ���,.���,  with that swing and  vim
shipped straight by the Grand Trunk  ,,,r .. t.x|l(.(.,,.,] from college lads and
and Chicago <t Santa Fe Into Denver,
it [s exp cted a rapid run will be made
giving a good frelghl service to Den-
ver for Cobalt ores.
The following Tuesday a similar
trainload will be sent over the C.P.R-,
via ilu- Soo,to Minneapolis,and a con*
lassi. s.
Cheap Flying Machines.
London, Oct.   29.���Flying   mad-meat a hiindn-.l pounds apiece were predicted at  certain  to come within '���
years  by  K.   Hedges Butler,  who ha
n-c.ion   then  made over  tbe  Chicago, j .^   ,,,.;,���������!  ,....,,..   ���   ,.jsi.  l0  w
jusl  ri turned trom a
Wright, in Fram-.-.    Mr. Butler is en*
, stic aboul the prospects of aeri-
a ivlgati m,  and declares   thai   tbe
ompetitlon between the C.P.R.and  gmai]er ^ .^ .  ^ [raye) ;1( ,.V()
the Grand Trunk.   Another feature o _.  ^^ ^  ,, |r     ,,,   :���:..;���]:.
Burlington fiQuincy Into Denver. Thi
ore is going to the American Smelting
,v Refining company.    This will make
this scheme Is the novelty of advertising the . amp    as  the train  :    ���
���', ii state lighthouses will be ��� rected
to mark  the waj   al  night.
Ji-       ADVERTISE      �����*>
��� IN ���
THE      D<\ILV       NEWS
A  Crop  Worth  While.
Dairy   Herd   Is   Burned. Winnipeg,   Oc      29     SixtJ    thousand
P   ���   Q(]    or.,  Oci    29    An   entire     ishels of wheal Is the immense crop
dairj    herd,    consisting   of    twenty- of E. Burke, of Gains oro', Sask., one
seven thoroughbred milch cows,  were.of  the  largesi   individual   farmers  In
burned  in  a  stable flre on  Columbia the world.
slough,   a   few   miles   from   Portland, j'
1   .    inimals   belonged   to  /-.   Burton.
owner of the Gli n wood creamery.
��������������-���*��������� *���**������ *> ��� ���-���"������ ��� ��� ���:'���-'���::!���-:������'���o*-::=-��-::-*��-":*��^
: Electric Railway Service ���
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City Line: Cars leave tram ~
office on the hour, twenty min- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- a
ter, ommenclng at 6:20 a.  m. ^
Interurban   Line.
:
.   Curs   for  Vancouver  and    waj
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���       stations  will  run every half-
Ladies' Hair Dressing!
Massage   and   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner  of   Sixth   and   Columbia.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
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hour  from   6:50  a. m.     Last
car leaves at 11 p. m,
.haft car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
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4       Cars  leave the  depot    every
*y   twenty minutes   for  both   Sap-
a,    | ���   ton  and  city limits over the
: line.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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CABINET MAKER.
iThree  Vears  With .1. A. Lee.)
has jusl   opened    and    solid;*    your
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave S     patronage.    Furniture   made   to   any
at ten  minutes after the hour. f;     special  design;   office  and   Btore  fix-j
half past an.l fifty minutes after ���     tures; all Muds of furniture repaired.
the  hour,  commencing  at  ��::.���> <j> pjr8, C]aBa Workmanship,
a m $     D. V. LEWTHWAITE
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Woi;, ihop   26 Alexandei Si
11 Itj Carrl ige Works i
P.   O.   Box   30.. House   Phone   B 29. I
Sunday  Service   hair-neurly be-  .-:,
tween 8.30 am. and 11 p.m.
HOUSE RENTERS!
WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE ?
new modern "t on Sixth avenui
$25.0C ��� , avenui ..... ��� lei n.
$22.00 rents on Agi reet, I renovati
$20.00 renl   5-roomed cottage on  Po eet, modern, tin.- lot.
$2C.oo .-. nl�� on  I lolum ila stn et, near i        ent, 6 rooms,
$18 cc :��� ;.i    on St, George Bl reel   G   ooms,  modi
$18.00  rents  7-roomed  lions,. ,,,, Third avenue.
Do it Now, Ladies!
a
g       Don"!     liiivi
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. lien,
H. Morey & Co.
lave a verj      noil
ioxcs     iu     ..   '..-.        di      i.
foxes     are   th     m<       popular
hlngs     lor    burning,    i	
he)   are the  most  useful,
See Our Window
Display
Prices away down
;n '
Morey's!
217-219 Colum
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Sale of 54 inch
uitings in fhe Dress Goods
artment
Forty pieces of dark Wool. Homespuns,
and Plain Cloths in plaids, stripes and heather mi -
tures.   Weights are most suitable for Ladies' Sui
Skirts, Girls' Jackets and Boys' Clothes.
This lot of Dress Goods represents just t!
much overstock.   Ihey must be cleared out ai one
Regular values are $1.25 to $1.50. All 54 inches wide
On sale this week, per yard
95c
Excellent Choice in
New Waist Lengths
Hundreds ol  pieces ol  Blou ���   Materials done up with Bultabli therein I
waisi     ::,'.-������ lengths placi  a great varletj    efore you il a glance.   Mat<    .     shown   an     Lustres  Oi
lames. Nuns' Veiling. Serges. Cashmeres.   ChalHes,   French   Flannels.    Fancy    Stripes.    Spot'.ea    F
and Delaines, etc.    you can cl -���   from among this 3pecla]  .      ���    vaisi  Ipngths   tl    90c.   $1    :'..
$1.50.   1.75,  up  to $3.00 each.
A Special Line of
Children's and Misses'
Coats
$9.50
eacl
\  selection ol  thirty Coats,  in  -i/,..    sulta'a,]!   foi   girls    1"   i
old.    The materials most in i ��� il-in��������� a,,.  Heathi     klixtun -   i   ���
i.r!, colorod  Tweeds     Trimmi ! with velvet  collars     Bi   Id, si
I":;- and nil finished throughoul In thai   perfeci   manner    pecul
garments    Al] sizes to select from In ono oi otbi i ol six styli -  $9.50 eac'
In the Children's Coal Section an   manj   new  styles of B<
Cashmere Cloaks, Tweed  Coats and Serge Suits.    Vsh to b.
new  lines.
Boys'   and Girls'   Athletic
Jerseys $1.25 each
Noi   ih.   ordinary Jersey, with ihe heav.  woo], bul an exceedingly high grade Quality of English  nun.1, is  used In this Bpecial
in.      t�� '���    lyli     of rib    In  weave   tri   shown,  and  n   f< ature    of
. i iu]  woi' li  i-  the fin '  :;' " the coloi I Then
���!., .   ui'       il   islni   arid   i omfo li le. i
nre jilaln. cardinal. n;n nd mixed ca
na       ,     . 1 .!'��� iglish ��� "11.25.
Quilted Satin and
Sateen Linings
TWO   QUALiTlFi.
Quilted   Satin   L'nmg   $1.5
yard.
Ti' enty-fou    ���
vellov       ick i
(JOO-I -.'      .    !:'
Quilted Sate, n Lin i
An Underpriced Line of
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
..95 each
(U
The flrsl   reductions of thii     ea On  are In  the  Millinerj   Section..    '.,.
|,arent   in this  special  line of  Hata, twenty-five Mats have been placet! on
Bale tiiis wei, ai  thii   low price, regular  value- of which weie *!.;.".    to
$5.60.      Vou;    ell.lice   this   we. I.     each  13.95,
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