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 tte, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
^WESTMINSTER^
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White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
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260 Columbia St.
Phone 85
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N1-v;   Vi (TER,  B.   C,   SATURDAY   MORNING, OCTOBER  '-' I, 1908,
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FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
iNCRETE ISSUES
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���   ���   broad  nal onal  .     ie       on . dch by rea
i Ircumstancei , an    if nun-., purtli alar Interest   to om
than "i anoth r, as a     tin     n un an I tran
tance, to thi   gre n ai . v, i   ���
to  hope  for    in   the   ivaj   ol    I
'I', rnis from the Liberal govei u
This    i tatemenl    was    Immedi
..   i . m "���:   ��� '  thi   aud
enci
T2���lfk} Pio.id of His Party.
Pislatlve  r ii
___ -* -v-orary, in  the  sneering
ner su   ,. .���   to  him,  a k< i    thi
-. ti    lonei to   tan I up "If hi   was  nol
ashami 1 of  belo . L
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.   ord and achieve m in -  fo    the   ,���        ,
hown, as well   i the p ill :        .,.���  the line i
mitted,  the  Laur ei   t!< vernmi n [ng   ai
ol  i he   people'    confidence, ��� of i	
, ..   Its won., musl    ������   .i i.i:. ��� .   the broa lesi   ���_��� n
.    .   ampl)   justified  in tha      ���, ��� al, ly entil    I In tb
'"iiiInuance ol  conli li nei   an I     iwer which ii  is iIn
e to bestow. II     e conn
le and  pronounced      ..    o     .    . ��� -,    tin
inn ni    !e|.-it ��� rn. nt, : . ,    ,    ,.
nn ���   :. ���     etd       ed foi
ut of dl i ip       In
opled ih,. N< ; I Invest, thus lm I  i   .    ��� mula
o perltj  of the v, hole Dominion,  md al i hi
  for a $50 I'd: tax  agaInst oui   ...       ol
,..   ill th ii;    .   fairlj an i iticallj dom  b
i ompli te solul Ion di tei mini I upon    f oth
ition  problems thai   nave arisen since  thi   La
;.  ... ��� -      In  the ti cul Held,   revenue   enormously   inerea
rplusi    in I'lai i  former annual deficits), ana chat,
i'i.   decreased   taxation per capita, and the strengthening
ads  h)   an enlightened tariff and iiostal policy, while ihe lu
i  has    ei-n given back lo the  ieople in universal    benefl la
c works.   Trade more than trebled, and transportation vast-
ex ended hy a prescient  and  progressive canal, river and
��� un ui   and railway policy, crowned by the splendid capstone
ontinental railway now In process of construction, which will
northern empire trom Atlantic to Pacific     A  grave educa-
i  threatening the dismemberment of the Dominion fairlj and
- tied.    Sociologically, racial and religious differences   nar-
.    ��� .inir- of Empire cemented, and Canada Immeasurably raised
nationhood;  postal facilities greatly improved and extendi I
��� 'o the people, who e bettered  economic and  social  condi-
is eloquentlj  attested by their larger purchases, as evidenced
turns, and greatly Increased savings bank deposits,    Such in
ecord io whicb the Government of Sir Wilfrid Laurier can
ition for the present appea]   to the  people  "*:  Canada   fo
nd   enewal of Us lease of power,    On  this record, covei i
. tional Issues, the people <>f British Columbia -of this ban-
"i   liriiisli  Columbia    In common   with   those of  every    other
wide Dominion   can conscientiously    and    heartily
��� ��� on   Shall the  Laurier Governmenl be sustained ?
John Oliver Mercilessly Mauls Taylor to Delight of Big Audience ���Tory  Candidate's
Half Truths Laid Bare���Duncan Ross Clearly Proves That  Conservative  Party
Is Not Sincere in its Apparent Desire for a  White Canada    Bow-
str'*-* Treachery Exposed���Taylor's Gratuitous Insults
to Electors Hotly Resented
Thi tig oi the
a   in   citj was held
.   lasi  ���     ning, and
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conn (villi  a      :i-_  a    air
: ���.    it, and In'.rj !ue-
. I  Mr.  v    li
La-.!-,   oi   Gi'c.i'i   Usuei.
Mr.  Wai.     .
to bn   ���. a  . mi.
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pproved bj  ...   ���   fa    minded citizen ol Canada on Its ������ a
ollcy, thi   Lauriei  Governmenl  is also entitled  to receivi
i     ipport for tho.se material features ol Its policj    tor those
lertaklnga to which It Is committed���that Incidental!)  b n>
laiu Bectlona and constituencies more than others,   if tin ���>
minds on  which  ihi   Governmenl ought to be defeated, the
i:   Inten       a    pur mount to the general interests of the
noi  hi  a patriot .   lui';  hut,  when  the  general  Interesi   and
local  Interests ar    'oth    onnl up with the return cf the Govern-
.   Governmenl candidates, the    idditloual appeal   to   local   . eif
���  .. mosl pi oper ���in.', cogi in
I in
i ie
Interests   of
he
whol'
i  Province In ail especial Reuse,   are   vitallj   concerned   in  the
���  completion,   without   any hitch or delay, ol   the Government's
ntal  railway  policj    the construction of ih.- Grand Trunk Palm.  ��� in kid such virulent opposition al all    stages   from    the
��� Oppo ition In thi   Commons and throughout the country.   The
���n this great wori>, alrealy  well  begun,  means,  not only  the
���'��� the richly endowed northern  portion of this Province, bnt
���    minedlatelj of millions of dollars within our    boundaries
��� I r ihe ('.rami Trunk Pacific  Transcontinental   Railway    is
work -.hich Sir Wilfrid i.an��� ie, has asked especially to be ena iled
mi ii   and British Columbia If especially Interested In doing her
Ive  hlm  ihnl   mandate
: alw: ..- gla l
, \\ . .id I.a i-
rier. li was a teat in t thi * le: I oa
tha    il   .i   wi i���   no d< fined '���' sues, or
acute   Iss     in   that   campaign.    In
pn i lou - elections i hi i ha l been definite divisions bi ��� wei n the :wo gr at
parties, and having quoted me hsues
of the past, be proceede. to spaak mi
the qui stii a of inns. (A voice in
the audience- ���"Asiatics, '1 Hi would
deal with thai later, bui would only
���o r< mind them thai sir Qharlea
I , ��� . had said any man had a right
io come Into B. C. so long as In- wa
able to work. The Consi rvatlves h id
declared for Asiatic admission bul he
would pass "ii to declare there waa ��� i
a i ertaln ��� xti ut a lack of any jxeai
- n .. aud ' dra-fl a mo a'
from It. When th i admlil .1 th i
Opposition ha I nothing againsi the
policj of the government, had no
, _ ��� . ;,-- upon ;h" Laurier
__,,.. mm ut, thi onlj explanat on wa*
that there was nothing to pass """
Hires upon, Tbey knew a ,w the Con-
5( rvatlvi - ha i Interff red with he
construction of the G. T. P. Did they
suppose thai Major Hodgins would
have maii his charg. i unlets he w ir ���
inspired in some way trom Otta***.
Those silly charges bad been without
foundation   and  had  had  to lie  with
' .-..:���,    ���!,.    thi     ti,
' I      -....;:..    i . . i
;   ':;.   au. .        I'll--    ..
��� i  ��� :  ���������   :  velop  ra.lway     in
i   teuiral weSa.   \\ ben li c
...       ���   op] osi d   an ���   ,' n-  r   .Mr.   do;-
11 n  eni ly auered nis mln I i n
. Ison's   Baj   companj,    in
made   ;l   death-bi d     r< pentance,
���.*��� .   and  i beers,i      The    next
ihej   opposed  wa    the All  Re .
route.which was a credit to tlie states-
: i  of   thi    Laurier admlnistra-
und io the Imperial government,
;   ���    -me w hieh had   ��� ien endorsed   .
un I bj the provincial premiers.
*i .'���.  :;, i ���, ,i tin   pew. , to rise to the
realizi      ���   greal  vistas oi
���   -.ii    Laurier ad mini s-
.   ,     , ��� i      ; is,   and  put
���   .   .. i
The   Splendid   Record.
Mr   Wade I' ������������ up Un  sph n lld i c*
ord ol iii" i'a*-i  "-���'  ��� in Otta-
wa. They must n member that they
vi i r< a na oi ind look at things
from  the inn'   ' audpolnt.      Lei
tin in look at the !��� .- things, and
not let their minds bi obscured by
the lesser i sm--. {.\ iplausi i Soon
after thi > came Into power they appointed that great Imperialist, Lord
Strathcona, as high commissioner in
London, and they musl remember tin-
meat work he had done for Immigration. Then there was the Imperial
conference,  and  the great  assistance
liivi ii i 'j nada i the moi... . ,:,
try dm ng the Soutl Vfr can ������ d ���.
('ham ���    -mu  : aid :    The  weai \
tati! und  i     ; he   vasi   ���
late 'a      c nada tn il taken up
oad     Uy i iking   ���.  r thi
. ei - Esq ilm tli   and
one  Mo.,   ihej   had
uilllon  dollai.-  from i he Ti
m. iave   aid the   lounda Ion
stom  ,   .u i coni Inui d the foundation
ind n pa     "i  thi     iperstruct-
'������-. ���      :.a ve   li ne  mui h  of   the
i until lt had almost reach.
ro;n rl '..a   ai  I      presenl
.. ���.. .i      ��� Loud i In i is.i    When    the
I' ii   be ii   ...ii;   i he Con ;er-
:.' ,r.   to .v'-i p,  and had
���    i Ing sim e    He had no time
to spi a . ol Ial or legb latlon, the .nil-
way commission, and a hun Ired
things id' i the Libi rals had done.
Tho qu< tion now asked was: Were
Sir Will nl Laurier and his colleagues
- tat nn n ui- were tbey not? (Apia.im  .
The  Tory  Candidate.
On ii' in-, introduced by the chairman, i in Taylor, the Conseravtlve
candidate, who was present on ihe
platform by Invitation, received a
fair reception trom the audience, a
large number uf his supporters having
i i together In the rear of the
��� for a self-evident purpose, tn
his Introductory remarks Mr. Taylor
informed his hearers that he would
spi '���' li under thre. heads���
Better Terms, Asiatic Exclusion and
i Squar ��� Deal for B. C which he
translated to mean the honest ex'pen-
lituri ol evi rj dollar collected In
taxes.
Whcie   Was   the   Scandal?
!*. i som, 0 iscun pui posi . Mi.Taylor omitt. il tu deal with his pet subject, Scandal, having evidently come
to the conclusion thai the readers of
his paper have become surfeited with
th - nauseating trash by this time.
Taylor proved an adept in the art
of twisting phrases, exhibiting his
ability iy converting a statemeni
made by Premier Laurier into a seeming admission  that  I!   C. had nothing
lion  io   ii,. greal  Interest   which  lhe  distrlcl   ul   Net.   Westmin
..nd important  portion ol  lhe Province, has iu the vigorou
a.i curl)   completion ol the Transcontinental  railway, both th
���    "i  \   ..  Westminster (unbraced  within  the bounds ol the
io nl c   ol thui  name)   have    lhe    .... an si     and    nn
In ���   \. v.   v, i   ; mlnsti :  has i rei  had !-i an .  gen     H <
\\ ,.   n n i   ti    ileal' finite,   c< Hereto   -' hi idopii .1
ai  th '    ���     mi ni  .li-    un   Purllunu
ml n tsvu million doll i
cted  wa    i . a .   and  I    ���  ioi    Irom   I ilf    to
| ' !-,,.',., .,|| '      I ���' '  'I '       ��� C.I
. anj    .ii '     i    lln   > >]  ���'" ���  '
i    : ill      :   ,ii       i eonvi       'a    < :- ���'  "li
I' ,lli  i       n cI'I
- ,      ,,'   ui hum    ��� ii ii'.i.i i    I"    i'n ������ ie :'.'
.,l the el lima ol  lhe Fru   a- ilvei
: n       ." hi in ,, ;.,   adequatel)   n cogn   ���
or om endouvoi    .\,i . reaclu I l�� the s ipienn   ��� '
in   I'm llamentarj   ie; sion, wl i n   ti   compn henslve  '"!
.,  , ,,��� oe erlng  exp, rt, , nguge I on the    ���    '    '"" '" '
. .   Lo" ml ����� milldnl ��� for this district,  was laid '
1 -"vi rnnient, and. ably urge-)  by  mu   late  member,  Biippoi
ition Hum ihis city, an.l  endorsed  by   the  resld nl   ''""���1
lopled in Its entirety bj the Government, which sho'
��� ilialelj  bj   placing $100,000 extra In the estlmn i
and purchasing the latest an I most  powerful i
���    n of $300,000 more,
in.' known. lncontrovertHjie [acta ,,f verj   receni
I "i  folly,  which  '-an  t,nly ,.,.;1,., upon the i" rpetratoi
'���ui ih.a,i for Iruni] ,.,-v   political  advantage,    Such     '"Kj
��i    of all shades of pol.tlcs,  to   avoid   gross  itulllflcatlon
'   irduoua and united efforts, and grievous  Injury   to  the   tnoi
involved,  might  wel!   forget  for  the  time beir.g  all  petty  pa'
leals and  purely political  dlvlilona (there will  be  lots of future op^
for h    a |lng  In those predilections), and go to thi j a8
the   p.it lent.   Persistent   work   they   hav   ac
6 for years toward the securing  of this  Inestin ���
rasp���the full  realizatlon 0f the gplanfild dream
I      t.   Feet to the Gulf ��
of New -'.
t Appl.    . rom   the
chairman an I   hired   hecklers i     The
������- "   was   Imme Hal dy   taken   up
by  W.  Howay, od tip and   '��� -
nounci d Mr. Taj lor's garbled ace
of Sir Wilfrid's speech as false, adding at the saim- time thai he was not
a -liain. d of I elonglng io iii. greal
Liberal party; he wa,i ; roud of It.
Thundi i in ;��� plause followed this refutation of the dirty Insinuation
thr iwn on' '.. -'. Torj candidal. . it
. elng a considerable time b< fore Mr
i'..    .   . ould proci ed with h      peecl
it> verl ing to his subjeel, the - pi
r attempted     i    how  thai   Mr   Bor
den, if entrusted  with the lea lei
of the ruling partj at Ottawa ��� a i
unlikely    ��� vent ���would    submit
question of Better Terms to an Inde-
��� ii mleni tribunal,   included among the
hundreds of thousands of words uttered by George Eulus Foster during
the time he has been In the House of
Commons.   Mr.  Taylor  found  a  numbi r,  wiiich  properly  strung  together,
mal;.-   t'ne   notorious  chief   lieutenant
of  the Conservative leader  say  mar.
he  admired   the stand   taken   by   Premier McBride.
Asiatic Exclusion.
After a few introductory remarks
on the subject of Asiatic Immigration,
Mr. Taylor attempted to make a telling point by referring to one of tbe
placards decorating the Opera houae
���"Vote for Javdine aud a White Canada." About five minutes later Mr.
Taylor explained thai he believed the
thunderous applause must have been
meant tor the sentiment "A Wh.ie
Canada" only, but numerous Interjections fiom the audience set him rlghl
ou this point.
Evidently the snag he struck when
he atempted to raaki a ; oim In tus
fi voi soured the 'I'm. candidate, for
nn resuming uis speech he so tar wan.
dered irom the realms of fact as to
-' mpt to show ilia! Sir Wilfrid
Laurier Intended giving he franchise
to Asiatics. Again the audience re-
setiit-i Taylor's reflection <m the g.-tat
Canadian statesman, hoots, jeers aud
frequent interruptions warning him
that he was ou ihe wrong tack.
.Drawing on an Imagination as elastic as Borden's rubber platform, Mr.
Taj lor attempted to snow the po���,si-
billty ef a Japanese being in future
years elected a member of the Dominion   House  should  the  Asiatics  secure
the franchise,
The Aylesworth Bill.
Whib wearying the audience -with
his personal opinions on the Ayles-
wort.i bill, which he claimed was intended to place the final revision of
names in the hands of "party partisans, Mr. Taylor read extracts irom
Hansard, quoting Sir Charles Fiizpa-
rick at lengih on the subject of reg-
, itratlon.
(Later In  the evening, John  Oliver
showed   that   thi.-   speech    was    four
..i ars old. and i'ia   no a ition had ever
een taken on thi  suggestions therein
t  inlain.d.)
Appe.nl   to   the   Fishermen.
A plaintive plea for the votes of i ���������
tisii, iin' n  was pui  up b;   Mr,   l" i
who expressed  hbi " :<������ ;   '  ' ' '"  '���' ���'���
his ; a nd   i ii  ��� ''.���".- ��� *��� atlves in p  '-
.: i \ 11 ��� i ,    ��� ��� o m e i*c i
mi. ras,     a l ���
vi     luring I
,        .-���'.���        ill ������!   ob-
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an I   ba I   even  gi
at.'ending i
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ting thi i to
Vlr    .'.   Ioi   .i;d   n ii     - s
why bi ���' i   "      rther st
. ;   the   Provinc al  atithorit -.
i" ��� i        econi      ��� I [ ��� n -
This   Is   f-'me   Logic,
ial   ���   nexi  permitted him -��� "
ii i emember how. in 1905, on the n -
ii , lentation of salmon "brokers,'   I hi
inlaw,i   .-.nwi mm nl   had passed  ri ���-
j ia; ions   forbidding   the    catching    of
sockeye salmon from Jul)   10 to Aug.
i 24, In 1896, and from Julj  10 to .mi-.-
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Unit MARY MORRISON
SPRINGS MM IN COURT
Child Positively Identifies Negro Placed in Prisoner's box
as Substitute for Colored Man Accused of Murder--
Assizes Sit Late at Night and Resume
This Morning
Tin- assize court proceeded jester-  Two suspects were detained, and sub-
morning with the Hazelmere mur-   sequently released.    This paper "The
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der trial, ft jury being at once empanelled. Robert Cassidy, K.C, prosecuted for the crown, and W. G. Mc-
Quarrle defended. Mr. McQuarrie Intimated that he should not contest the
medical examination at present, as
the doctors found Jenkins fit to plead.
In Chronological Order.
Tlie court then commenced hearing
he evidence.
E. A, Cleveland, provincial and sur.
-���jor. put in plans of the scene of the
murder
Will..mi  Sinclair  Brown,  farmer of  raan at th:" '���"���'���������'al-   He cut out that
Hall's  Prairie, Bald  he was the lirst  portion of the paper referred to before
om   i" go to the Bcene, on the north '" order '" subject II t<  analysis,
ditch of the North Bluff road, near the     T1"'   Second   ��owsi "'���'-
G. N   R   crossing     Vs was stated al
WE ARE DSUIG PURE CA5ADIAW MILK ��
Milk Chocolate,
Croque^es, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS CT
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Northern     Messenger,"    was     dated
.Montreal, June 12.
His lordship:    Magazines are often
dated a month in advance.
Analysis of Blood Stains.
Frederick Theodore Underbill, M.D.,
medical health officer, Vancouver,
said on Jinn- J7, chief Constable
Campbell brought the knife and newspapers to him for analysis with regard to whether ii was human blood.
He did so, and found it blood, bui It
was  impo.-si le to say  If it was hti-
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the preliminarj hearing he found the sisns of blood upon It-
unfortunate woman saturated with After |,('ilin had been recalled, Chief
blood, with her throal cul from ear to Constable Spain took the stand. In
ear He removed her to his house In cross-examination In said about ten
a wagon    She died as he lifted her up. jmen  were arrested  under    suspicion.
This happened before Una 'clock on Everyone who coul! throw some light
the day In question, June 9.    Gross- ���"��� the subjecl  was arrested, or stop-
examined    \ search was instituted asiPed  and  questioned  at  the  time   of
-.Hm as possible.   The bushes around the search.
where the bodj  was found were spat- Newspapers and the vase.
���     i with blood. in answer    to Mr. McQuarrie,    re-
isi ly intimate,! thai he should .'erring to the publicity given to   the
th,  witnesses in chronological or- case, he said  reporters were at    his
der, I. Inn md L. Coen, another farmer, elbow all the time, and they bothered
-aid tin   accused  was given water at him considerably.    He did  not  know
liouse near Cloverdale on June 6. if the particulars of the knife got Into
On the following day heagain saw the the papers.
prisoner, at  the bridge over the Ser-j chief Consta l<  Campbell was next
itino liver near Cloverdale.   Cross- sworn.    He gave formal evidence    ol
examin         He was positive the man forwarding the subjects  for  analysis
.���a- th-  same as the negro now in the ���" "''��� Underbill.
: " ������     The court  then adjourned  foi Henry Vincent Parr, of Cloverdale,
lunch -...j.i he first saw prisoner on May 31,
���          Knife Identified. when  he  purchased  a  loaf of  bread.
rib witness, George Douglas and again on June 7 and 8    he   saw
McMu    iy,  a   membei  of  thi   West- prisoner  on   the  railroad track.    He
policj   force, said he saw was about   round Cloverdale  two    or
���   first  time    on    thi ���              The last tin            i ���-��� ai
morning of June 5 last, when he ar- cused hi   was walking south    ong thi
hai  ���   of   . igran
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THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank ami the Crown Bank of Canada
amalgamated  under  authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE      - -
Capital Authorized $6,000,000.00
Capital (Paid-up)  $2,200,000.00
Rest and Undivided Profits  $225,000 00
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking trans.
action.
Buys and sells Bills of Exchangi Drafts and orders on all
Countries.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C
No. 1 Spuds
at
75c per sack
Adams & Deans
Phone 97 GROCERS       Prompt delivery
��� tation,
H" was searchi d ���   thi  polii
. ���   ...   tnree
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��������������� -���'    not pr-pais i to swi ar aci      J.   pointini   oui   that    i   ������
"������ is  the man;  be mlghl n        hard and a mo      tnfair   ��� -    foi
irothei .     . ,, put to   ��hen
M.   Thrift,    of     II izi , ... nt,   "AU      u a
-jS5     '���'���'���' ;l!;:,|n_ h is a c mmo .        ie to theii       ise
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-���   witness,   said  he  fir-- ...    ac-
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��� ton  thi di       i- ���  :
osed,  tl     man    call.' I    I ... |,
11 hich was -. ��� :i bim.
Anothei        . George Smit . ..d he
���- '������' the pri    . .  on *:-..   laj if   the
murder  bi twi en  eleven and tweh ���
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on ���      G. \. K. track near hi      ,      ���   hiding was   -  neg
II a mill   from Hazle-
���     ���" ��� mill.
Another Adjournino,u.
- .    witness    con-
' thi lescriblng Assl��t-
-   s    - Hurray and I
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��� -:   a  misunderstanding
his evidei
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as ti
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lay of th .     ������ ���   -.; ... ,    ral
elivery rig i        ���   S    *
He d ed on the plan if it un
oki on negro in the dock.
Mrs. Mer,-..-mi an i 1 Mar.', i    The : ro ��� i ition  re!    ���
at about 2 p.m. of .Line 9, and again and Jenkln_  was   i   i
at al ��� 2:30 when     ���   ������ turnin     | ���     and tho othi
rip to the posf office  Thrifi
tated that he partlcularlj obs ���:������ ^ Other Evidcnc��-
��� :  two Chinamen on the track, andl    Uua  N'ewman wa    nes      tiled     He
-.   his    '��� ntion   tva     ittracted   bylstated thai he saw a man going
someone who was evidently trying to   he track In the vlcini     ol  the mur-
ervai    .  bj   hiding In    thejder, but could nol  -a.   it wa       a   i
His impression was thai  the.cused.
Fred Ketee] thought  he recognized
li ttldns  as  the man    he  saw    round
The  Principal  Witness.
Hazelmere -ju -lum- 9tb    H��- tdsntifled '
!.-���...   Mai .   Morrison,  who by  ihe
������. i     bad bei ���    rei o i        irou rJxt ln-
irt and aske l to look at the pris-
oni     in I  ha i  unhe ill  tinglj  dom
. '..   recalli d,  but  !i Te his
Interpose i an       .   ������      I
negro   -���.    .   .      ...  the and!
DETERMINATION
.   .��� i ertaln thing in a certain w ij
at   a certain   time   largely con
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SUCCESS
Mosl everyoni can Bame som,. monej
everj- pay daj. A savings account In
The Royal Hank will grow so rapidl
thai you will be delighted and iver;
day will make you fee] like a m - ���
substantial citizen
Will You Try ?
THAT'S ALL WE  WANT TO  KNOW.
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Total A *t*et��
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.   ��� ��� ii [lublic. Win ���
ras  'inn' Mi-   Morrl
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tother a i   dai
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thi ii      ok off hi        ���    "id jumi ���
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SenSci.tJOnai   Denouement.
\\ hen, bowe. ���
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man,"    she   ���, ��� ; ���
him bj   la- clothes    i it could run   ��
a - to bis in ���     His 1 Tdship ber
reproved    Mr   Cassidy   ror  trying   to
.. _ k ii,. Identlfli itioi     nd i tated thai
kind  ol  man ifa    ired    ��������������� li nee
iuld inn   ���! ��� be sal    ���'���
b -,i ���
VV   u.  Penning   ��� ir on
ti. \. r-ijiwa      ��� i . ; thai hi
i a-  Perndali ���   10
..', arren Andei on ���.!'���.
. ii    thought  : ���   i-. -._-. zi d   "'    ���
East-erbrook  Milling   Company
Eburne.   f��, C.
FLOUR
imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.      $6.30   "
Terminal $5.50   "
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
i     .  man who p pla
���rn June  '.
��� :   Coli   ol  ">\ ��� ..'        -.. W
,  ii a    ' ha " .     ���   . ,
the. actus
iu  accu ed       I   . ������
\  rail K_t| .i ���        ie wa    on
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i   he aratchi to him I
.nil red  liim worl      Hot.   In- an (
ei tlon   bo i ��� ben weni   in I
, and eventually   arrested him al
point of .*.      "' ���       od  a inded I
over    i"    8h< lift  William .  ol
.���        She wa        ��� \tootn   comA \     In  crost>examiia-:
Lne o! the mu
i the dock an I told
Sherman Si -.������������   was  Lhe   Hi sand amid the breatlih
��� ���   . ion i i who ...
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t   .,*�� ���   ��� '' '"T.      -������   miiiim       II      .-���''��� , Mil.il'-  i OUI '   sm
1 '< ��� ��� that he had Bt-en the hjccu        |��*i ���   -ii       	
���jjif ,        -\-\        . ������    vas i the 0   \. It. trad ,    ,,, .,t,,\  -Yes.'     \ third
.*,'"? , . .,:;, e.   lune '���'     He a..-, latei ��� .       .i      ,,u her bj  his ���
. . a ilu    min       ii\     )i 11\    l...t.,     ��� .*i       i ;        ....
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i of <lie reward offer.-1 for the
in i   of .Vrs   Morrison' ��� m u len r
��� riff  Willi.mr-  was   then  callBd.
..   a   boor v..ir h i ������   the co iri
almas*!   Immediate ���      .   m. ���.- ���*
10 30 rfn's morning
J. HENLEY
ManuractLrwr of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate**?,
>iiiy trade a specialty.
Office   Elrjht ��treet
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuratlmtr* and Deaier* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. |\|eW Westminster
I** 50 Foot Lots
A
'SIFTON ANSWERS HIS
SLANDEROUS CRITICS
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today morning, I will plac<             at the hour clock^the lots in the big
i livision "Gran      w\ which i> situated along thi Lew tramline to Vancouver,
20   ���         and commands ,  beautifi   ���       of the Fras er and tho gulf.    The pr pert}
:             ri fori                   es betwi           Eburne tramlii nd tb                      ie from 1*
r to Vane    ver. hence the \          -       -��� re< - i ciliti* s
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.. ��� ��� : will Ik .    ice early next   .   r.
These Lots are all  50 feet wide ai
;he strei tt. ���   tra wide and well graded.
Grandview is bound to be one ol the mos   prom-
t, most popular residential suburbs of the citj of New
Westminster,   The two trunk tram lines will proi d<  the
best of car service, night anil day ai a five com
��� a rive minute; ride.
In order to effect a quick sale of th ty,  1
will offer on Monday morning, the op<     .     i      lots in
���andview on the small cash payment, oi $10, and the   i
-nder of the purchase pri< ��� a1 $1 yer week until paid.
Remember that this   K>] ertj is on the market
. :,' A time and th< | I   ��� asked iscertainh i
,,,. ��� |     ed upon adjoining prbperl
The ���   lot in Gn       ������      today  is
reasonably i      of a big increase in vi       ust as soon as
se two I     . linos are in operation.
Think opportunities of such an  investment
to the young" man who has $10 and can manage n nay $1
per week, i ��� v young m��n and woman in |New Westminster out I        have a lot in Grandview.
It is good life insurance.
It is th. safest form of a savings account that you
pen
Com<      ny office on Monday morning and I will
sh��n\ you n   Aie map the exact location of Grandview.
A,, ' \, - be ample accomodation in my rigs to
take you to see the property after 9 o'clock on Monday
morninj
Those who buy first   will naturally get a better choice, and be able to buy a lot fronting right on the tram.    Plans open for inspection at my office Saturday evening up to 10 p. m.
W. J* KERR
Phone 170
New Westminster, B. C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
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Make n ���������< ���' " orchard rlghl   bj buying Iroai   \
,, [|      i R9ERY, where you   re aol  bothered  wit* fumigation    ai
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t ,     :l,   ...., unicr. ���ii matt, r whal tbe slee    if we   hat	
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IMURSKRV AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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uppj   ni    beef,  and    all      i d
v. Iilb'   i lie   demand     for   mutton   and
i> us equal (a i he moderate sup-
nl   In     \ . v!  ni i|   bi in
��� n   nd   ���-. tin ���������       held  Brm,     \
��� ��� ��� '   quant Ity  of   porlt   mi
��� ial,-    The iiffi-i in--' ol  eggs \\as
11 im  demand, an i prices agaia harden
jed.   A considers le quantity o!
realized encouraging figures
call   for live  poultrj   remahn I
, factor;.    Fowls   and    chicken      sold
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mil
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mei tin -     - k up 1
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th
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been i ' tnpll-
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���r   \\*. '!;..    ���������     ���   ��� ���    etlng.
ay man wit]
a ni->'!:    ��� ih fair p!      In 1
    ���    up, thnt the managers ol
a greal political       ty shoul
such means to :     '       oppoi
answi ring   slanders   aud   insinuatl
which   hnv     bi i n   jpn
i.   .
This    "man"    McLa  I oil
���nmii'l  hin    *'
���'ii . in
the cit.. and ll
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Ln thi      Icony and partially filled *' .        adii . ���     ���
rear of the pit.   McL guard
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formance,    Finally the polici   suceed
ed in locating McLaglan ns iho
centre nnrl he was warned that it" h-*
did   not  desist hr   would   tw   ���-.���
This calmed  bim  down  considerably,
though  his   hooligan   followers    still
kept up their shnro of the uproar.
ENGINEER   WEDS   GIRL    HE
RESCUED FROM  FERNIE FIRE
Spokane, Oci   23.    ^noi n r romance
.  ��� hi   l-'i rnle fir   culminated thl ��� a1-
H a  when  .1,  A.  .Mm a; .  locomotive  englnei hi   Canadian    Paws    married lo   Miss  L llle    K,
on     i '       first  na ���  when the
fire was al Its helghi ai  Fernle, Miss
Gullickson  wa c on   the
otlve when tl ��� Murray
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Painters and Decorators
V,        Estimates - n All Work Given
��� 399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
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again   a   large  - of tresn
rull   �� I ������..il Bup-
appli B  ��� oxes  were
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THE DAILY NEWS    )
Published, hy th^ Daily Newa Puli-.
Ushiug Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
Btreets, aVew Westminster. B. C
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
suftrag'-, so. -tliaL iu tht; tulles! sense
the i'<'i.'i>le riiiu, that ra 1f th.- honest
vote Is not nullified li.. the action ol
tlio-ai- n.io.se iialloi Is tturqta^ajbk*. II
should he the ilpty v1' ejji?(,v'.cle< ior to
be alert, sc that th" action of persons.i*>
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SATURDAY, OCT. 24.  1908.
iV-ir removed from eit.i-.'r candidate'^
committee, who personally undertake
in us.- undue Influence *kj au> torm
may be detected .-ui'l u^njshed, We
���-live Ali. Taylor's committee credll
thai ii .vili vie with Mr. Jardlne's
committee in preventing bribery anil,
corruption in any and everj form, and
it wil! be well that al once anj person looking for compensation for nis
vote be told thai no suoh. j.a"*y money
win bt- given. This is the only method
of (tilling for all time''ih.- practice dfl
listening to demands ..rom this class
of purchasable voter, li is bei ter for
a party to be defeated, nr the polls
than that ii should succeed with the
aid of undue influence. Let every
elector go to the pulls fully realizing
the aacred duty he, owes to himself,
his .homo, and his fellowm%n and If
we commence with puritj at' the polls
we will ;le very much more likely to
raise administration of public affairs
io a h Igher plane. Mi*. Jardine at the
commencement of the caAtofflgn gave
timely notice thai he ��oul*& hoi make
promises looking to the future incumbency of offices, an i le- has faith,
fully adhered to this discussion ami
| we hope thai to this class of office
[seekers Mr, Taylor has done the
same, if this principle Is fully carried
out both the elected member and the
defeated candidal., will earn the respect of every true citizen in the C m-
stituency and the Canadian peopls beyond it confines.
^ Vote for Jardine    and    good
times for ihf wijole people,
Vote for Taylor and,tho. closing of the Fr.aser to net fishermen.
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District:
LAST NIGHT'S MEETING.
Meetings are not i.allot boxes, but
the meeting In the opera house *a*t
night emphatically endorsed the Laurier government, its record and the
candidate who will carry ita banner
to victory in this riding on Monday
next. There were one or two Interruptions of little moment, and the only
concerted opposition was when Mr.
Tailor offered offensive references tu
-Mr. Jardine and the mottoes his cofti-
mittee had placed in front of the stage.
Mr. F. C. Wade. K.C, undertook what
seems an impossibility, that is in the
short space of forty-five minutes to
even touch the high places in the glo-
rious record of the Laurier administration during the last twelve years,
Of course he failed to fully cover the
ground. Who could do so in as many
hours as he had minutes? He said
sufficient to make every one presenl
tingle with pride of Canada's first
gentleman and his record. Mr. Taylor, In his usual unhappy way, and
onl> complainl against the Liberals.
instead of showing whether his claim
for support was based upon some policy distinct   from, and  mur^ effective.
than that of the party in power. Mr. Ontario seems to dread the importa-
John Oliver, M.l'.I'., who followed hini tion of canned tomatoes and barrelled
hud no difficulty whatever in carry- apples Into the provfnee during the
lng away Mr. Taylor's underpinning, campaign and both parties seem to !>.���
and   rally   after rally  came  from the strenuously trying to  prevent  a   free
member  for Delta riding which brought I* distribution of anything thus labelled.!	
down the house as he dealt with Mr. 'They  will  also  have  to  took out  for,
McBrlde's    pet     hobby    of    "Better canned fruit and chocolate boxes. The  P.O. Box
Terms,"   and   showed   thai   what   Mr.   latter is   the    newest    and    greatest
Borden   promised   was   a commission | scheme, but we are on to it
of enquiry  into  the claim  for  better
terms,   which   would    necessarily   In-
October
Armstrong, Ksq.,
Re! .ruing Officer,
Westminster  Elector u
         rake ootlce that I. Robert Jardine,
candidate In the election for a mem-
Get the Habit ;' ,'vt' ln    the House of Com*
' ������,;].. of Canada, now   being held    in
and for the Electoral District of New
Westminster, have appointed William
James Whiteside, of the City of New
Westminster,  B.  t'..   barrlster-at-law,
as in.\   official agent  in  such election.
ROBERT  JARDINE,
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Keramic
Men's Gloves
We sell the best Men's Gloves the world produ
Dent's, Pownes and Perrlns arc sonic of the excel
that can be found in our store.
Our  stock  of fall  gloves Is the most  complete   i/i
show.    Mocha lined gloves, kid lined, fleece    llm |
greal variety.   Cape and Reindeer lined and unllni
Cloves at $1,00, $1.25. $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.    Call
our stock and be convinced of the exceptional   .,
offering.
glove   ���-.
Hl'l   :..
is the name of a Ihjx of uote
paper we are offering as   our,. .^ ���	
:;A; A ,,.,;:;A; A Jlppoiiitmenl of Official Agent
per box, but to encourage you] 	
to write all those long prom-j    ,    , ,   ,    .-._,.___��� i-._,.i������     _   .
1, .lames  Davis   lay lor. ol the City
Ised   letters   which you   haveLf New Westminster, in the Province
pui  off from daj   to day, we of   British    Columbia,    Printer   and
are offering ii  today  for 20c Publisher, a candidate at the election ��
per   box.    This   is   for   today : ���������>�� "'���u*iU t0 be lKlfJ ��f a member to <>
pe
only���on  Monday
"."ic again.
it   will
Electoral
I,.  represent   tli
; New Westminster lu thi
Hallowee'n
is drawing near, and we have
prepared for it by getting in
a large quantity of masks,
Prom 5c to 70c each.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
*��� ,Ye
same."
for cash   and sell for the
elude in its scope a probing as to the
waj in which the Conservative provincial governmenl has squandered our
resources, and he Bred the audience
witn enthusiasm as he said the premier of Canada expected to see    this
Provinci   so di veloped  at  tl nd of
���-'���'' il'11 years special allowance  is to
leaa the othei   provinces in resources
and   '"evi nue  nnd thai   it   would  mu-,
matelj   become   the   greatest   wealth-
producing  pro vine ��� ol   the  Dominion.]
No s-arvati ������        -.:  in  that,  and   tli
audience torn, the i ne.   But li remain ,
''���'  for  Mr.  ii ncau   R i, s,   M P      the
"���' '       opponent   ol   close
'' i' In railwa, - or trad.', t0  leal
���"���']    "'��� l!    all-abi ir ing      Japan   e
' ""��� He clearlj  showed that
���'���'ll '  :i I ng  ������ :istence of an of.
f^nsivi     and    defensive    allianci     ol
Grea<   Britain and Jajian, the Liberal
government  aid  secure an agrei
wilh the .l.ni.iiH s ��� governmenl restric I
ting emigration.   Thai agreement ivas
effective until Mr. Bowser's clienl Gotah miade the compact with the C. P.
R.  and  other,,  and  evaded  the .lapan- i
��� ���sc authorities and the letter of thel
agreement   Uas  broken    by   bringing
hordes hen., via Honolulu,   With cleai
documentary evidence attested bj registration .at   Victoria  and   Vancouver,
Mr.   Bowser  was shown  uoi only    to
have tried to deceive the people, but
'-"   have   lied   beyond   question.     The
'uservati. ������ partj   s m   to   be   bur-:
!ned with this class oi men In the
forei'm..,;. On leaving lasi nig
meetiug everj me fell th ���, had a
share in the greal ',;;,:,,> Issues al
. ' \" the Empire and the Dominion
ii ti >\ hole, and ... i artil.. glad th
Ubi ral speaker i gol away from th
tlnpoi politics which the narrow, cari
Ing mil. ra ile local ���
mon ���'������ lng Toi ii s
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Vote for Jardine aud sound,
progressive government.
Vote    for    Taylor    and    the
country's ruin.
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55.      Opp. Royal City Mills
ROYAL CITY
WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
Store   Office and House Windows
Cleaned.
Janitor's Work Contracted for by the
Week or .Month.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
GEO. COX  & CO.
Columbia and Carnarvon Sts.
New  Westminster,  B.C.
District of
House of
Commons of Canada, herebj appoint
Henry Lovektn Edmonds, of the City
of N'ew Westminster, aforesaid, barrlster-at-law, as my official agent for
the said  Election.
Dated at the City of New Westminster, B, C., this 15th day of October,
A   D.   1908.
JAMES DAVIS TAYLOR.
Witness:    I). W. Gilchrist.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
(Three Years With .1. A, Lee.)
has just opened and solicits your
patronage. Furniture made to any
special de-sign; office and store fixtures; all kinds of furniture repaired.
First Class Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 2'J Alexander St.
(CHy Carriage Y.'orks.)
P.  0.   Box  304. House   Phone  B 29.
Men's Shirts
We are clearing out several lines of men's white
shirts, all sizes from ll1.- to 18; soft and stiff bosi
that sold for $1.2f> and $1.50; your choice for 60c.
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P.  O.  Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'   AND   GENTS'   TAILORS
Suits  made  to  Order.
If there is anything that Is uncomfortable II is  i
a hole In it.
It there is one thing on earth thai is unneee
same 'sock with a hole in it."
If there is one unnecessary sort ol drudgerj witl   *-l
lions,--wife has to contend It's darning,"
Because���There are socks you can procure that
velop hole    -They are i
Everwear Hosiery
This famofis "Everwear"  Holsery is sold under   a p"
Bteel ribbed guarantee towear for six months withoui di ���
Ing the slightest bole, rip or tear.
Here is the way tliis Guarantee reads;
This  Guarantee  Is Absolute
We unreservedly guarantee that these six pain  o
worn alternately for six months, will wear absolul '   fr ������
holes or rips for that length of time.    If, for anj   reason
should   require  any  darning 'luring that  period irn
damaged pair and tbey wil  be replaced  Immediatelj    bj    new
ones.    It is, also, imperative that the damaged    -���<..-
turned within the time limit of ���-!'. month   . late ol
sale.
Why Buy Socks That will not Wear
When you can get "Everwear" hosierj at the   inn
have a half-a-year of guaranteed weai  tree from '���������       >r anj
annoyance whatever '.'   If you don't get th     ive mal
"Everwear" hosiery do ���.- noi  get  Its wearing    q
reason ol great thickness,    it's   as   soft    and sll
could desire,   it's all In the making    from atari
dye  Is  absolutely  fast.    "Everwear"   hosiei
septii      In wa hing thi ���-.   do   not   fa le   thej   don
harden
"Everwear" Is mad    In
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S1 x guaran tei    ��� aci
ever-    ������..     ������    onall        ���;������:���       .       ���.
REID & CO.,
The
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Every man and woman that
Is obliged to be out when the
walking is bad .should be provided with a pair of these Shoes.
Phone  442
Successors   to   H. L. DeBeck
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pS} VV. N. Draper
rt[J B.   C.   Land
ft) Surveyor
rt\ Ellard Block,  New Westminster, B C
F��	
yvS Choice Meats at
ttj Central Meat Market
JJ[J| Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
fh PHONE   *.7.1
**y$ BOWELL 4  ODDY. Proprietor*.
io obtain.    N'o ti
iw-t   feel
a-:., .a | For Men
VA
\   sample  of Mr.
le   of   argi;-
Taylor's peculiar
n as broughl oui
during his sell laudator,! stunt on the
fl iherles di pute in 1905. The Torj
candidate bellowed om thai the Columbian had [oughl the fishermen's
battle, while .\1 r Jardlne's i apei
(meaning The .\.-,vsi had remained
silent on ihe issue. The Daily News
��� ��� ��� icnci d publication in March, 1906,
the ' - mble referri I to took place In
1905!
THE BALLOT.
The purity of election ��� and a fi'i i
ballol Is w hal everj e ei tor should be
deti i mine i to ha ce on Monday next.
The lie ��� !��������� pi. nn ni he �� ill of the
peopl It ,. Iiai Sir Wilfrid Laurier de-
mands ami while ihe House of Commons ut the Initiative ol the Liberal
0*01 '���_ iini'-ni ha placi I ii| on lhe tu*
t n��� '    I i,' it, 11  obs 'i, "l.
in ensure bui h free expi ��� Ion, I here
Is niw.' - an elomi nl who lo nol
rlglltlj   vaji-e.     i ti    [ prlvlb
have  under lhe  Uritish    constitutl ...
jn i-jritlsh i'i I in   i ie im.-.  mr.nh.
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GEO. A. SLATER'S "DUK-BAK."
' Invlctu ; shoes"    nadi      I ��� ���
terprool   .,;..-, guaranteed to keep the >��� ��� -
abBOluti Ij  dr..,
GEO. A. SLATER'S "DRY SOX,"
;|   ''.,|! ,'��� ither I ue I  Bluchei  cul Knot.  -,. Ith
upper ie ithi c  of G   n   i 'a I    ��� moot,  re-
llable Boots,
THE "DOCTOR  SPECIAL."
a    Blucher cul box call Boot, with visc<��ii/e,i
wai   proof soli     a hoot, we highly recommend      tn give comfort in every detail,
f or Ladies
>   A.  SI. ATER'S "INVICTUS'
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the sol...
and thoroii
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an  heavj
III.   wai
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proof.
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THE   EMPRESS
a   neat    looklll]
C.   Hambcr
ACCOUNTANT  AND  AUDITOR
Btary   Public Conveyance.
mmf) Room   10.   Brine   Block
jj^   Mew  Westminster P.O.Box 79
tb	
W The Edison Theatre
tSa Corner Columbia and  Begbie.
High CLasa Moving Pictures, Illus-
ir.iteii Songs. Program chani ed Monday, We inesday and Friday.
Tenders Wanted
Seale I tenders I w h ���
marked    Tenders tor Brldgi
received    j   the undi
p.m, of  November 7th
j following:
j    l.    To supplj    the   mai
j build   the substructure ol    a
' across the ���'"������'''"'b Arm ol
i rhe:- al  the site of thi   .
j island  ;.t Idge :n  this i'it>
_.'.   'i'o put in pi n ������ and
; super, tructure   ol    laid
; mat..rial.,   for  which   will
��� ie corpoi.nion.
Plans i\n I sp i
, at the office ol I
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,   Dolla
tender
The lov ���     -I    .
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Cil     II; II.  N (w Wi
I        1908.
I    Bool S     a   nea:    looldll ���      ie a \ .
ii wear,
THE   "CROSS"   SHOE,
"'"l   of Velour Calf,    with    extra  heavy
0,1     ma Ing  an  ideal  bool   for  the   wel
weather
Sign of the Lig Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE
House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
HOUSE   IN B. C.
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W. J. Sparkman
LATE   WITH   J. A.   LEE
liegt. to announce that he is
now ready to undertake all
hinds of upholstering, etc., etc.,
at the lowest prices, saving by
direct work the middleman's
profit.
Cosy Corners a specialty,
All communications addressed
W. J. Sparkman,
Cor.   Sixth   and   Carnarvon   Sts.
will meet wiih    Immediate   attention.
Lower Fraser River
| Freight and Pass-
entfer Service per
SS. "Favorite
Carrying  treighl  and pa
a-      U   Milan pointa between New  W
and   U'e.-lhatn   I  land.
, iiaio
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Leaves Brackman K' i
at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, al
additional trip on Mondaj
5 a.m. -i i 7
Returning lenve vVesthain W���
,-,,.,, daily, excepi '���-"'���'
i additional trip on Saturdays,
at 5:30 p.m.
calling    at.    Steveston
Thursday* and Saturday". iQ
j    T,okBta to Stereaton an<. retur
leant! on Saturdays  .nir.
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Cash Stores I. fl. SMITH Thefeh stores
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BIG SAVING
Girls'
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Dresses
$1.00 Dresses for  50c
. . alee printed   flannelettes,   warm and  sult-
>   ither, iiuit.* a varletj of d--signs and styles
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,    $1.00 valin-s  for    50c
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o'clock.
The   lo   I    match   starts
���N'o admission.
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nut.   Gilley Bros
Mrs. Ed. ', 1
the first  Mon dm
i Dressers and Stands \
��� AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
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$1.50 Dresses for  95c
0 14 years, iu the
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am.  malerlal as thi 50c
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$2.75 and  $3  values for  $1.95
ream, navy and whlti
I .   ind $3.00 vain-'-.
various styles;  In  all
Now  for  51.95
Exceptional  Offering   in
LADIES'   BELTS
$1.00 Values  for  50c
mr stoch of leather belts are put <>u' on sah
0 going prices; oolors, black,
: will not receive till
In December.
Knock '��� r on a box of "B.
c" ci6ar" and trj one. It will make
a "hit." ..
*M;'-V"r  lv:' ��� suffering    from
throat trouble, and was unable to attend at the citj   hall yesterday.
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
merit���tin- "Brlllante," made by the
B. C. Cigar factory ���**���>
���lohn Smith, nt Langley, has applied
for a  water record of two inches for
���"':-    :''' liurpo '���-   trom   an  unnamed
am mi his quarter section.
Don't tnlse li I The Lilliputians at
Hardman's hall  Oct   :'." **
It is reported thai the new land
regljtry  office   .rill   be   built   at    the
corne 1 narvon     and      Lome
strei ts, ami will be a handsome substantial structure. The plans have
been approved bj the department at
Victoria.
For cut How ers ror any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
The deatn 1. announced of Nell Mclnnes, of Cloverdale.
For first class cut flowers pot plants
or bouquets, telephone   Davis & Son, ay
florists.    Tel. B 208.
The  regular  meeting of  the  VV. C
T.  I'. will be held on Monday next, at
:; o'clock.
Today is the ninth anniversary of
the departure of the first British Columbia contingent to South Africa, during the war.
Purity Hour  sain,, price    as    other'
brand.    More bread and better bread, -it-
See Kyle <t Son. Front Btreet. **!-"-
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.1.   Huntlej     was   admitted   to  the y
Royal   Columbian   hospital   yesterday 1 "fe
evening, suffering trom  an  Injury  toj*
his   foot,   sustained    while   chopping '(
LEE'S
' j Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C
Opposite Lorne  Street.      Phone 73.
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The   Junior   Rovers'   football   team   *
will  practice at   M ly square at  "ii-
thirtj   o'clock   this    afternoon,      All V
members are  requested to  bi
-rounds  on  time.
at  the
Gordon's Dry Goods House
For Saturday's
Buying
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brown,
(or ...
1 etc
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The regular price is 75c and $1.00
reen,
now
50c
Mrs. Carrie E   M.  Ayr,..-, of Chilli
wack, applies to the    water   commis
sinner  tor a  record of twenty inches "tlon.
for farm and domestic  purposes from
...i.ielitz  river,  to  be  used    on    the
southwest quarter of section it. township 23.
Wing Yuen Co. have opened today j
-, fashions :.��� ladies' and gent's tailor- j $
lng department at the corner of Co-j'|
lumbia and Mclnnes street.-, in the .'
same store as Kwong On Wo & Co.|-"3-
All order- will receive prompt atten-i
1000 Yards of White and Cream
Flannelette for 1 Oc yd.
���>,, ���   Saxony flannelette, no dressing or filling; 29
��� ���    white and cream ou';..    Regular lac values
 10c
300 yds. 8-4 Unbleached Sheeting
for  22   1-2c yd.
���    1  offering in Bheeting; 500 yardB, 7.' lm   ���
heeling worth 3&C, now for 22' 2c
Visit the  House  Furnishing
Department
uf  warm . inket     comfort
I   Irt* r I wn.    Ne.- nt of tap<
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ll    Mal:.:       i      -   - Art
��� ���  '"nos, etc.
tab!
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Big Price Cut in Pall DrcssGoods
i .;- ���       Lustres    ilack and a I col< i
��� l        R| .  ���      ilin     fo    . ���     ��� a 50c
T. M. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
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STYLISH DRESSES
For     sale���Sevea     roomed     house,
jath   room,   pantries,   closets,   woodshed;     horse   stall,  carriage   house;
t 0 l unit trees; on  full  lot.    For further
J Q particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
street. **"
There    will    be    a    representative
gathering of Masons and government
!    fficl ile al Queens avenue church t.iis
[    ���-    noon,  at   the  funeral service foi
'    hi   late C   C   Fisher     The   cortege
j will  reach  the church  a few minutes
after 2 p m
.   ...,���. ..il' :
S .. rt'1    cigars.       . old    1
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In ..        lai ;ements
the la ol the   citj
1 ounctl,   .   1 9 illes     J ibhs on
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��� q   ', \    ���          will    10 madi
*  to tin- council.
Tliis  al     ���    ��� ���       mbian   ml
leg( [ntei mi Hate -occer team will
meet the Shamrocks ol Vancouver at
Moo ly Miuai.. The Une up for C. M.
C. is*.' Forwards. Wells, Houle, Armstrong, McDonald, Fitzgerald; halfbacks, .1. 'irainey. Wm, .lones. A. L
Bouck ii-tii'U. -'���''���'-���:.aijKs, W. Meyers
ami A. F. l:::lH'r:niit��'U; giMb-U, B'"-
!!..uni''   T^tnpson,  W,  Smith.
[n   the   nviuiia-iniii   at   the   colli',.;..   I I
night there win be played two basket-
bull games of the  Inter-class series.
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An   Interesting football   match will!,*.
in- played ai Moody square this after-}
noon between the Rover.- Senior team   $
and   a  se:.   ������ |   eleven   gathered    by
Vive-Pn ���   Anderson.    The object
is to try out some new   ilayers.   Kick-
off ai 2:45 11  ra.
Geo. \\   Stanley, oner In the'
Bellingl ��������� ��� ghl to New
Westmin ��ti       iVedni sd 1:     night    by
Deputj     Shi . ifl     Ber!     Williams     toi
testify Ji !.'���:.-   murder    trial   *
now  in   progress.      Stanlej     was    a  V
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Five only Ladies' Suits, with silk
lined coats; very smart style. Regular $25.00.    Saturday price    $10.00
Very latest models in suits of all
kinds.
New material, shades of brown,
navy, black and tweed effects. Saturday  price    $26.50
Three only extra large Suits. 44. 46
bust measure; black, brown, navy.
Price $40.00
THE FASHION CENTRE
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hool orchestra wei ed In-  a>
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llng a duet bj Misses McMven
an I l-aird. an I a solo bj i ich ol '
>-oung ladies, a recitation bj Mr.
Hughes, and oilier voluntar; contrl*
:,:������; ns. Rev. W. H. Barracl >ugh
mad    an efficient chairman,
SNOWSTORMS   IN    MANITOBA
TIE   UP   RAILWAY   TRAFFIC
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IT IS WONDERFUL
to behold  the artisilr chlnaware we have on exhibition at our
Our Beta are carefully shaped after the ideas of high art china-
ware,    foreign    and    domestli
I'le-y  are  decorated   by  artists
K^P )*-^_I_JBn_2  ,l1"' ""''' ;u 'ess you'd .\
; ��� cl     Sold in odd pieces or in
sets
THE TABLE
will be graced by such china-
ware and it will help you. enjoy
your meals more, ^'hy not improve your home by buying a
set, or some odd pieces tha-
you may need '.' Our crockery
and chlnaware is certaintly
dainty enough, pretty enough,
and cheap enough.
Call  at  our store and examine the same.
\ Public Supply Stores GE0prAoD_AMS
Winnipeg.    Oct.    23.���One   of   the
ttorsl snow storms ever known in this
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Prop.
Phone  92.
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; between the First Year Arts  section of Canada at this time of th
and Hi" Eacult-i    The second between
.  and   thi
ror Girls, in all sizes trom 5 to
16 years.
Also  Dainty   Dresses   for  thc
wee  tots   from  1-2 to 5 years.
Hot Water
Bottle
vear is raging in Alberta.   Transpor
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THE WHITE HOUSE
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3 ite. Creamery Better.. $1.00
k l Selected Egg
New Local Honey
Coml    01
Christie's Imm Sodas..
PHONES 193 and   443
C. A. Welsh
25c
25r,
Thv   People's
Grocer
Direr:  from  thi
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tee i'i ;
place an;
euart, thre
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Theologues ��� ,,���,,,,,,  ;_. compli;. i>
tin re is no sign of the violence of th
.1  diminishing     oon,    T ie Irani
i. ntinental tor Vancouver is   sta
here und probably will not be aide r>
l start  west   until tomorrow. and it    is
tal if ii  will be abb    to   make
in n ii progress then
v trains  arrived here    from
ioila.,.   a ml   t ho u;u   i in <-
are busy   with  . now  plows,  the;      ���   C
ti   making little headway.    Ten   and
I twtlvc Inclu > ni' si.'".,   has fallen   lu
I'laei g and ai  many  polnl
I di its are ten t'' ��� dei p.
  Six Trains  Stalled.
The h rrlble suo-** .--torm w hich ha -
factory. Rubber to een raging for the |i*8l two daj lu
fresh.    We guaran-j Alberta  from  the  south  boundar    to
Fountain Syringes
Combinations of both.
Attachments  Separate
an l  will gladly    re* j
 id  to   be    faulty.    Two;
equarl, four quart, in white :
' idn on to n,  has  thai  up all Canadian
you better service
others.
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Pacific and Canadian Northern trains,
aiu l no express trains have reached
tliis city for two days from the coast,
Six heav;, trains are Storm bound, and
none are expected In until tomorrow
, ,-,.,,. dull,  loug  winter evenings|lt) M;iiutl)1).1 ,,1(, weather is feasant.
.,,,.   necd glasses.   We can give 	
in   this  Hue     .ban! SERV1CE3   T0M0RR0W.
\;    Queen's    Av< nu-*    Methodlsi
.Morning, "A   .Man  Who   Walked  With
Go l."      Evening,   -The   Highest   Cl '
enship."
Ai   olivet   Baptist    Morning,   "The
Divine  Call."    Evening,  "Thi   Dlvlm
| >>\in rship."
At   Sapperton   Methodist-  Morning,
Prayer."    Evenlpg, "Prlen Ishlp."
Solvation Army barracks���Evening,
"\ i.ori. of Coni-Qlation."
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
(ither agents who cannot meet my rates for insurance will tell
you that the,quality of the insurance my companies give you Is
not as good, but I can prove it is the best, and challenge any of
them to prove a single instance where they have not paid their
losses with promptness equal to any. investigate tor yourself
before placing your insurance, and if it is a question of value o
for your monev l am satisfied you wil] place it with me. ^
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Economy Insurance Broker
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These coat? are beautifully
tailored and lined throughout. They are made semi-
fitting with skirts which
hang well away from the
S< s and permit perfect ease
in walking.
fn fact, there is the satisfaction in appearance and
quality which is always with
SEE OUR UNDERWEAR
HATS
Strachan
Wafer Lite
King
Stetson's
Borsalino
Sackville
SHIRTS
The Metropole Shirt made
in Londonderry, Ireland, of
extra good quality English
oxford; made for large men
trictly Cash Store
We are showing a
beautiful line
of
Campbell's
Clothing
in
Fail
and
Winter
Suits
The latesi colors and
American styles. Made so
that the coat front will
not wrinkle.
ENTHUSIASM AT
LIBERAL MEETING
(Continued from   Page  L.)
ceeding with  his subject, the candidate explained  thai he had taken    a
prominent   pari   In  indignation  meetings and  in airing the grievances of
tlu.. white fishermen,   the   result of
which was that he flnaiiy was appointed ;��� delegate to travel    to Olympial
with George Mackie to interview the
American authorities on the subject. I
Because of this,  Mr, Taylor clalmedi
to havi.' saved 90 per cent, of the Pra-!
sei-" river fish to the white fishermen,
and on the strength of this thi- speaker decided thai   the fishermen oughti
to  vote  lor him,   even    if his Tory
friends  at   Victoria   had   taken  away
of livelihood
from  them their mean
during the past season.
Mutterlngs of dissent from th<' flsh.
ermen presenl discouraged further efforts from the aspirant, who retired
from the limelight after making a few
pointless remar
nt  voting  for Taylor on .Monday
istratlon. This wise administration
i\ as i.i in., i money Into lhe country
right along
Works of National Importance.
Touching upon the progress of Canada, Mr. Olivei Instanced the Crow's
Nest Pass railway, the building of the
(I. T. P., the improvement of the Intercolonial railway, the improvement
of the St. Lawrence, nnd the building
of numerous harbors and wharves as
some of the works which hud been
carried on under the Liberal regime
to the Immense benefit of the public.
Labor Policy.
Dealing with the energetic and progressive policy of the Liberal government as regards labor legislation, Mr.
Oliver instanced a few ot the many
measures passed in the interests of
the working classes, dealing more particularly wiiii the abolition of the
sweating system in connection with
; government  contracts,  the  establish-
j Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
I for Sale ���:��� Io Kent -:- tte. ]
WANTED���Nursing, or daily work b.
English  woman.    Apply Box 937
Tu LET���Furnished bedroom.   Apply]
139  Dickenson street, the Crescent.
WANTEDGood plain    sewing    neatly
done.   Apply  Mrs. ,l. Simpson, Ash ���
street, P. O. Box 937.
WANTED���Family washing by dozen,
Apply 2, this office.
WANTED���Two dozen tame rabbits,
state price and apply to li".. 175,
New  Westminster.
niiiii i>*' a department of labor, the in
traduction  of a  fair wage  clause    in
al) government contracts, the passing
of the*Lemieux Act, the passing and
enforcing ofthe Allen Restriction \<
WANTED���By a steady carpenter,
work; wages reasonable. Address
.las. Goodeve, city, or apply ai Mr.
McKay, 286    Columbia    street,    by
ltoyal studio.
Tuesday, Oct.27
teCompte and Flesher
present
CLARENCE BENNETT A j
The Holy City
with
Luella Morey as   "Salome"
Princess of Gallilee"
The   most   sublime   play ever  written.
Endorsed by the Clergy, Press
and Fublic
Prices $i.im. 75c, 50c and 25c
| VEIL PINS and
I BEAUTY PIN.
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Sole Agpnts for       Tiie  Lohglnes   vVatch  M<
and    Hamilton Watch Movement
HEATING STOVES
If y��i want a heater for soft or hard coal or wood we hai
Oxford Plorance, Oxford Oaks, handsome in appearance md u
heavy nickle trimmings,   Also large range of airtighl hi
IJ<j   not   forget   to   call   in   and   Inspect   our  Oxfoi !     ���
Ranges, the range., thai give real genuine satisfaction
T. J. TRAPP & CO.. Ltd.
the
| the placing of a tax of $51 n all Chi
on  the advisability, ,    .       ,    ,,     .  .
��� , naiiH-n entering the Dominion, an
3 effecting of au arrangement  with  th
iar as t on id  be ascertained   no one ��� i>....i ,
British government lo restrici the im
died of ennui during the time Mr. Tay*
i":        ;��� i.a'.  I  himself  tfoiii his  talk.
John Oliver.
Speaking In  his  usual  incisive and
trenchani style, quoting fai ts and figures In a iiiamx.1- that cleai I,  shewed
-i close stud) of the political situation j
ihronghoul   the  Dominion,  Mr   Oliver
held  the  rapi  attention  of the audi-
ence  for a considerable  time, hand-j
lng oui  in the Tory scandal mongers
man.  hard km cks and bodj    lows, in
-���very  ms,. backing up his assertions
J'j  proved facts attested by extracts
i."in linnuiii'il,
Commencing with a contrast of conditions    througnoui   Canada   as   they
were in   1896, when  the Liberal gov-
''inin. in took oflice, and as thej   were
io b(. found throughoul the length and
readth of the Dominion today,    Mr.
p)fVv\r ri viewed the policy of the Lib-
< ih! j,art.,   frotfl end in end In a  ina.-
terly tnanni r, also de.-oiln
/��    ' f""**nf  ���"'.!  exposing the  Ealsii
migration   of  Hindus to  British   Col
lim'.ia.
The Wireless.
Touching upon the improvement nf
the  Praser  river,    Mr.  Oliver    Intro-
WANTED���White waitress;
good wa.
ges.     Apply   to  West   Em
restaur-
���ur.
lined
the subject by wavlnj
a paper
ami saying:    i have In my hand the
WANTED Englishman desiring to
settle in district, requires position
as bookkeeper or cashier Hi-.li.-i
reference.;,   London, England     Posl
Office box 754, New Westni nster.
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j WANTED���Young girl to mind child
Westminster
Opera House
Thursday,  Oct. 29
Daily   Columbian
''Throw   it   away,
i Wise
John."
list'-ner:
Apply  A,   M.,  News office.
ply **.M,", Daily News,
FOR SALIC���Five  acre  lot, ch .,:ip   for
Boars    of      cash.     Brownsville;   close   in.     Ap-
laughter, in  which J.  D.  Taylor does
not  Join.)     "and  in a  corner of ii   I
si I- that It hold.-* up to scorn and execration   the   people why have been
working    might    and   main to  make
'Thirty Pee) to Hi.,' fijjif an earl* iVi
liazalfon.   In these fool 'wireless des-|
patches' the  whole suggestion of the
Improvemenl of the Fraser river i.s rid-!
TO RENT���Two furnished front  bedroom.    Apply Arrow Press, back of,
Windsor Hotel, or 287  Victoria St., |
i
near i.ii.ran*.
WANTED
Jones.
A    nurse    girl,    Mrs.    Dr
wh"UvTuln!
���     '     . '     forward  by    Mr.
iin.--   the I loniinii n  ko\ ��� . n
Iculed   and   turned     Into   a   clownish
jest.    How  would  ii  look to Bend to
i >' ta�� a a representatlvi
along   made  fun  of
, . ,    tile     i.l'tiliii.'iMuii
Whil ll   .nnirnt
imei*    V- * hl"y" '" ,1)is cIt)  lhan
anything  Vise   ever   brought   forward
-���".���  developnioni   of Westminster
per
Tayloi   ag
Ml' lit
am
ine  Prasei   valley.    What   would
k r hen   and   Now. f/
ng  al   ": . ;l     ,.
.    tho Better Tim      "*       ,:i   ,i
I    il        ��� '     ::
: -    , ' in--   ivere'
' iic   a dozei
...���,.... i
iiund      V    hi   ma
,
Id  ,-, til ���' :-  ��� was
worth  15 ' ents a po
The  Torj   claim   I I      '���
I    i       |L��n i  elr plai foi m wus a i idh
I    ,...il   How  hard
ui, theh ",.,' nenl    wi n   for can
material.    Su ipo Ing    lie facl   vv:
mated, ii  would nu an thai a Conservative policj administered nnd. t   Ll t
, ra] ,.���ie u:,,   i hn e times better than
,i,,, :,  thi   i.e ti"ts of    Hiat policj   at-
lempti d i" . un the affairs of the < n
I ry.
All inonej taken from the pei    ���
t���X( i    ,   n  n turned  to  ilie peo-
,,l,.  in Un        ipi   ol  Improved   public
uiilitie       v,.,  i ies.   dre Igei     hai  o
etc,    In  sui' a     ���      this    the
,   . ,    quo    ���      il   li on Ihe
���   .,;,    on lltions nl the poiintrj  ���
pri  enl   time    and    ��� ���   ���      ���        ���    '
the ghowlnji In evi r;   a��i
lv to tl "i  lh<   Ll ������ ���
: he (Ittawa pei pie : hlnlt of him if he
bj  any  i hance galm d i he victor;
In  the  Neck.
Squirming under i hi se repeat! i hoi
Mi    l i  lor undertook  to inter
. i i   .i  ii ���,.        .-. ith    efei  oci   '" Mi
iitenn nt,    "I've go
...   ���     ,.   - Iiii .. 'i
. i| lit .   Delta
.     lence      i      ���  .
mui li to   11 r.  Taj lo      cha
WANTEH Sit); i .y..nts. $36.00
wv-k -J. 400, pi i- cent, profit, Alii
Samples, stationery and arl cata- j
logue free. We want one perman< I
enl agenl in this locality for the
largesi pit ture and frame bousfl in j
America. Experience iinnecesBttry,
We ������ ���   :��� on  how  to .-��� ll    our ]
goo Is and furnish the capital  If ynu
want  ii pi rmanent, nou.';    ,,.    and
profits il..   po Ition,   write   i    today \
for | a liculars, cataloj ui      , |  sain
ph       *   ������     W. William      Mij.ntii,
121-1  '���'.    : ij Ioi   Strei I . -       ...i, [1-1.
-I
A 'Phone
Will Bring Coal
to j our ; la
i    v, ,��� can
don'i can  hoi,
der,   (Icme In y i
postal  caul,  send
<u- call  us on    t!u    ihoni
��� ���ither case  you  "
kind of coal.    Thai i
and   cleaiie-i   j*ou     ������
\our cellar. ;
GILLEY BROS
Authol' of "The COiKSgp Widow."
Yiu   Smile���You   L-.Uft^���You   Roar.
30-~COMFe>lANS���30
150��� liA'OGHS���150
ini-iin i; i'n.:"' lion from the i.jcetim
Tin.-,-'....   New   York   City,
Pri'c'ef   '50c,    75c,   $1.00   and    $1.50.
G.--.I--I-.   25c.
��� ���������������������������������%*������> �������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������*'4
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We are now booking private
Christmas Cards. Printed Greetings
with your own name.
You'll
a \."
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with  him,
TO   LET . . -ei..
Ished   o       ifurn!
room   ������.        ..      i ii '������
Ninth eet,  city.
���   furn*
Westmtnster
Transfer to.
���
!
A  beautiful line of .samples car
be seen   now   to   select   from.
Immigration   Policy.
\iii     refi     ti       ���    h'   fuel   thai   he
then add ri te 1 went) nin! h
c iiiiii.ii'ii. Mv.
Olivi r touch d iipiiii the .a. t Inci a i
. mlalIon durin:- the past twelve
��� i , nn 'ti i ion i in.' thai "-. '-I a mi��iion
and a half peopli had been broughl
Into ihe coimli - undi t ihi Liberal
regliin Vi I In piti of thl splendid
show Ing, the Const t     ��ei e cla
moring againsi ending of public
nu ui'     for inin . al
though   the  r.   i   iii ihe country  had
been  onlj In ad     On Mond iy
the elei ti. . ���    ni lominiou
u oui I  ha ii inllj     to    say
... ild   li"
i      P    R.
I1'  : ��� .-    .   ���
FOR s\i.i-:
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good
condil Ion:
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Morley,  V
ill' ou
Bur*
nn by.
VEST M I NS T I. li SSMPl OYMENT
AGENCY Under new n magi ment,
266 Columbia gtn el Phoni 166, P.O
box 807,    Can i with all
kind..- nf  help    pi ��������� |..,.    ���f
charge. Branch offici, 107 Cordova
street west, Phon. \ ��750. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   Help  Pioniptly
Fur-.i->,cd.
COLUMBIA     and ,    STS t
NEW   WEiT '��� IN! i r R,   y    c.
P^'Ont p, o. Box   885
'.���nice 'Phone  183.      Barn  'Phone 137
Columbia   Street
Baggage   di llvered    promptly   io
any pari  or the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
| XI MacKay & Co
Booksellers
Stationers
NcW    D I
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OOKSLETS
: Phi
ure
POSTCARDS
ARE Nuv.   ON  BALE at
M.   MOREY'S   STATIONERV   .STORE
j.   G.    GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
������THE  FAIR,"  : a   Street.
/'. 0. Box  tvi.        Tel.  63. Res.   .li!"
Estin-iaites   Submitted.
.. >A'estmin.stcr..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
M in 11 r.i f liners  of
'���Vrouglit    Iron    Gates,   l-ences,   Crest-
ings,  Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
F. CRAK
English Watchmaker
Gen. Adamt, '-
���12*75 <
Office  and Worki:
]..iti. S!r..**f,   ���   New Westminster Um-*
Two   door*   from
LadlM'Gold Watcnes tro
Gentlemen'..   Silver   wa
face. $6.00.
Gentlemen'! silver W,-n"
raic. V.50 'Hi.
Agenl for the eel
Watches, suppled  to
Arctic Expedition,    *-"
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���
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thi   prese I   ��� ���      is. and I A   our  5-ac ������
bi rbai - tef  hi   *��� iu     *--.   .     is   d��p ���-     and   we
- tri ���"     .  bi 'al.   IA  c i     se1 oi   his fi 'rn  in   pruin s
letwei       ���   ���       : ir  tht'  nexl   . vt   ye. ���-   i u
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ir evei ���"��� pera        ri .... farms from ton to tw-i
���Anen you can secure bettor land at the same ptice righl in
ket in B. C. and on the finest road in the country
where you would have to take a train or steamboat to
' order to avoid an all-day drive in the cold, over muddj
j -cent fare on an electric tram or a comfortable drive of onlj
I r a first-class road will land vou right ii, the heart of our
��������� and at your own door.
nistake.    We offer you the best chance that has been given
| loney and you should not  neglect  the opportunity,   The
ground and when the trams commence runnine price ��� v. dl
*!-r-ght up.
Hith
|p reason in the world why land here should not reach $500 pi
. few years.   You'll never buy so cheaply.    A.cl al om e
.
:
go over every day.   Any hour will suit u -.   It only takes
' to drive over.
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LIMITED
T. R. Pearson, Manager
New  Westminster,   B. C.
���    t HAI,A BRO     <!   '
PACIF1 ! REALTY CO.
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nm?-;.    i.     <Jn;ih*
GLOVES
....
1 ' 00   to  $2.5l
J. Eikp Brown & Co.,
ClOTHIER AND HABFRDASHfR
K.   monopoly,  Mr.  Jar-
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he did n'
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| ernment   hm!  treated  * *.    m' ���    ���"
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< -eneral  Store
LULU   ISLAND.
We fl "-���   "-���  ,
I.      ers and    ''"     clerl
ti. t.i. ra
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ralui    at the 1
Here ]   oni  snap
Choice    F>"t.toes    and    Turnips    de
|li     id to an] pai | of the Cit]   75c pei
<-.n.l-
I     I.       i       l.lllt
'-'oprietor.
��� '��������� i       ��� li "".il Lulu Islan I " Idg
'Phone  I46
THF"!
UKU|4Wf^f
j^f.1 ���{���
nitJIU YOlftl
u/ttiJiii rvi'Dl
irs NOV ItRCJHl
jrtei���MMie.
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN _ CO.
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBIjVG
and   MfrATliNiC;
Front Street    TrusT��ocF
vlng.
��� ty do *wl
_____________________________________________________
aker.   concluded   Mr.   Oliver' ��� ,
i.     ��� .-,,   hy oration, 1 '
.:.,     n appeal to the el
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'  mini Canad!        '    * Position of Japanese.
n Mon da
-.t the cl I <-*������* mil   he  would  tei
���
Mr. Jardlne's Personality.
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The people of C
-     '     ' -  ' "T   in tha* **      ������
w  Mr -   '* - -
��� ' ���   *'       '   '     hlm, gir \vj:iv
  nt np f 'i;
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I and a good
vhetl      the;
oi   not, thej   could not get
the ell
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I  as sei
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  want
le to    your
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I Solution   of  Pioblem.
In  "���
of Ii. ('. n1 ' In   a
I  or ten  months,  and
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which drew inti
The  f"<l' ument   i ���
i.i'ini' ipan  for the purpo
ascertaining whj  I
I'niiiii'tit. had '��� hi   agi
entered Into, when thi  Dominion government refrained
$500 hi'iul tux on tli.. Japanese, at the
time when the tax was Imposi I
Chinese.
He would remind thrm of the Jap*
.....    . .,.���*> CAKES LIOHT.
*" t*R BISCUITS LinHT.
 ur BUNS i tattT.
- ��.r\S0R Liaiir.
    t I? EXPENSES LIOHT.
let from your Grocer.
E.W.GILLETT Ef"""**
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IMITED
TORONTO.ONT.
(  niin-Tlinn Pn-. ilif
RAILWAY (OMPANY
SPECIAL  ELECTION  TICKETS
General election  round trip  ticii-���:
win be sold for single fan>.   On sale
dot. 24th, 25tb and 2 Oood to re
turn up i" and Including Oct. 28th.
THANKSGIVING   DAY.
Tlcketa will be on    sale   Nov. 7th
sth  and   9th.    Good  to  retura  up   to|aneSt>who cam., in during those   ten
and Including Nov.  llth, at on.- and , nK)llIhs ,���,],  290 arrived with regular
ones-third rate for the round trip.        passports which showed   there   hud
| been no breach ol" the undertaking by
For further particulars ana reservn- '��� ttu- Japanese government.
t'ons apply Mr.   [toss  turned to deal  with the
ED. GOULET,     government      Incidents.     Gotoh,   he
Aia-ent, New Westminster. '��� said,  was an agent of contract labor,
or to E. J. COYLE, ; '	
Asst. Qenl. Pass. Agt..   Vancouver.   ( (Continued on Page 8.)
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Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first cla^.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
ENTHUSIASM AT BIG
LIBERAL MEETING
(Continued trom Page Seven.)
and had contracts with the Northern
Pacific al Tacoma and elsewhere, ilu
arranged to supply Japanese coolies to
t lie C P. it., an I organiz -.1 an immi-
grati ni company In Tokio. Al the
suggestion of Mr. Lemieux the Jiapan-
ivi rnnieni show ed their good
�� i sup] iv. sin .  these  companie i
when qui.-:.!. "Thai ;s the re<ord
of ill-- Liberal government," observed
tIn- sjii alter. "I say ln vi. w of 'hal
friendly treaty between Greal Britain
an lapan tlie govi ninirni at uttaw a
di
on the Oriental labor quesiiou. H,l,v
ser challenged him to meet hini on
any  platform, particularly during the
I Dominion (election, to discuss hi'4
matter, but although he had been two
months <>n the platform  speaking all
lover the province, he had seen nothing of Mr. Bowser. (Laughi r and
applause, i
Thi' speaker produced ai  thi*.
some  copies of original   eontr icts m
which the  attorney General I
legal  .i h iser,    One  wns  a  document
purpoi ting   to    e the   agreenn a
iwn ii ttii   Northern Pacific an t 'Jacu-
ma, in which a refi i. nee was n a !   ;"
Chapter II. of the Statutes ol Canada,
IS97,    Th'.- was one of the '!���"   nieuts
u on which i he Attorney G< ui i il res
ed, dealing with the 3tate ol Wi
ton, an I with a  refei-ence to Canada!
Another was a contract in whicb Go-
everythlng thai wis possible, hav-1 , .. ,    ���,,.
' in.i transferred his Interest in the mi
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
ins the British connectioq in view, to
in el ilii.s difficulty." A provincial
eli ction was held on Feb. 2, 1907, and
mi ��� be eve o! the election there aped in the Vani ouver Province, an
organ of the C. P R-, working then,'
as now, in the Interests of the Con
- 'i vatlve ,.'.    . un article stating thai
50,   Japs  ivere  to  be  employed  on
the c. T, P., and the Province in an
editorial gave Mr, Bowsi r credit for
having I'uini hed tin Information contained in lh i article, an ! so pleased
was Mi liowi '���.' that be repeated the
statement lhe same evening al Victoria. The result was thai all the Libera] s- ',; in Victoria were lost, and
Vancouvi i  wi ut solid Tory.
Bowser \mu. the solicitor for Gotah
���and a contract  prepared by him with
the ('. P-  '*��� for the supply of cool'u -
i was taken down  to the  Province
I fices, where1  it   was  made   to  appear
j that  there  was fl similar contract  for
Japanese with the ti. T. P.   A lawyer
who  used   his  clients'  private  papers
for political purposes ought to be un-
gowned ''>   l'ie  benchers of the  Law
societj.    i Applause.)
Conservative Insincerity.
This was a specimen of the sim-'-ii
ty of the Conservative party on this
question. Whai was their position
when they bad to pass legislation t*n
the subject.' Mr. Bowser had to do
som.���thing, and he brought in a Natal
Act, which to satisfy his clients had
ihe ������noi" left out This was don,- In
the Interests of the C. P. R., who were
iihe  worsl   offenders  in   the  province
Funeral  Notice
mignation company to others for
$11
    and   Bowser,   Wallbrldge   &   Co,
wei... thi -illicitnrs for Gotah. Vgain,
then wi re the cases of thc Huntting
Lumber Co, vs. Gotoh for breach of
contraci In supplying laborers for
which Gotoh had to pay $700 damages, Bowser being his solicitor
He thi refore urged them not to be
h i awaj bj any buncombe wiiich
might be said by the Consi rvatives,
for what assistance they would get:
inns; necessarily come from the Liberal party, who al least had been hones! on the qui stion, and .-'at I fairly
what they intended to do. (Long and
hearty applause.)
The meeting concluded with cheers
for Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Mr. Jardine
and  the  speakers.
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��� ATTACK  ON   G.  T.  P. ���
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��� Ingersoll, Ont., Oct. 23.���In a ���
��� speech  here last night, Hon.  G. ���
��� P. Graham exposed another at ���
��� tempt  by slander to injure the ���
��� G.  T.   P.,  pointing to a  vicious ���
��� attack  published  in the  Boston ���
��� News   bureau  by   an   American ���
��� from   Montana.     He believed it ���
��� would have no effect upon Can- ���
��� .idi.5n   electors,    who  knew  the ���
��� truth, but it might have an ef- ���
��� feet upon the creadit of the G. ���
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MAJORITY   IN  NEXT   HOUSE
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THE       DAILV       N-EWS
Tlu-  officers and  members of King
Soloi i  Lo Ige, No   17. A. F. & A   \ 1..
are requested lo meet al  the Masonic I
Temple on Saturda)   next, Oct. .'!, ai
I   pan.,   im   the purpose of  attending
the funeral ol our late Right Worshipful  Bro. ('. C. Fisher.
Members of sister lodges    and sojourning brethren cordially invited   io|than   al   tirst  hoped
;ii tend. j,ul:"  ''' astituench -
B)   older of  the   VV.   M.
I-'. BROAD, Seen tail.
Dm mi
tin: past
Wi eh advici s recel\ ed hei i irom all
provinces as to the progress of the
campaign have been uniformly in ih<
��� it'i-' thai the Liberal majority In the
nexl parliament will he much I ���
or. .Many On-
where Liberals
entered the light with misgivings are
now practlcall) sure to return Liberal
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Electric Railway Service;
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and war
stations will run every half-
hour from ..:5*3 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:'!0.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton  and  city limits over tbe
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:110
a. m.
Sunday  Service   hair-neurly b��s-
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
.   members and a Lauriei  majority from
tills   province   which   ru   the  opening
| of the campaign was nol thought possible Is now  well within the rangi   of
I probability, as ai least i. n ridings
which went Conservath >. last election
.ii.   now expected to go Liberal. Thus..
���in closest touch with the campaign
throughout   Ontario   now   predict   an
: ������. i ii break.
From other provinces similarly optl
im  tic   reporl -  are    ,. u,     rec ived  and
previous   predictions   for    forty    ma-1
jorit)   im-   Laurier  are   now   replaced
a prediction of ovei lifty-fiv. Que
' in <��� will dn as will and ,.. ssibly ir iter
I than in 1901, while in Nova Scol la
um a stiinl" Conservative is ai all
sure of eleel Ion,
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$25.00 rents on Fifth ave on     i
$22.00 rents on Agnes street, .; room I  renovatod.
$20.00 nuts ..-loomed cottage on Fourth  street, modern, flne lot,
$20.00  tints on Columbia  street, near Crescent, c room
$18.00 rents on St, George street, 0 rooms,  modern
$18.00   rents   7-roomed   house un Third avenue,
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lieeaiise
the)   are  Uu- mo     u eful,
See Our Window
display
Prices awav down
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No Better Values in Ladi{
Coats   Than  Our
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Line at $13.50 ea* ^
i^ .^   '    ^   fifty
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You will say they are extra stylish and excellent value at the price.
At this price we place on sale 25 I
Coats in plain broadcloth and dark
coating tweeds. Made in semi-fitting C
and loose backs. Gibson effect. You
can have your choice of trimming or
strapping. Buttons, velvets and also
braids are used in pleasing designs.
All sizes from 32 to 42 inches.
a.
An Excellent Line of
Ladies' Tweed Skin
$6.50 Each
Dark colored tweed and homespun  skirts   in  im
stripes and  fancy mixture..    In this Bpecial lot are
plaited and plain gored with strappings and folds of     .���
skin. .   materials are all wool, thoroughly   shrunk  and   ;   rf*
ished throughout; all sizes.
Each $6*50
Boys' Jerseys
at 50c each
Regular 60c and 75c.
An odd lol of l;o.vs weater_
or Jerseys In heavy ii ibed woo]
in shades of navy and cardinal;
sizes an- broken, bui you can
still choose a size for anj oy
from tour to twelve, in either
one color or the other, four
choice   while they  last,  each  50c
Corded
Velveteens
50c to 65c pt ir yard
A materia! which keeps grow,
inj: in favor. It wears well and
made up it has a most dressy
up pea ranee. Used for boyB'
suits, girls' coats and ladles'
COStum6S, We show it in shades
of navy, brown, cardinal, grey,
lawn, green, purple and cream,
in various si/as of cord-, per
yard    50c. 60c and 65c
Warm Gloves
and Mit\
Ladies'   and  Children s
The touchea of cold weather which comi  and
phaslze the need of warm gloves or mitts.    On
is showing this season many new lines   which   pasl
taught   us were the kinds desired.
Boys' and girls' mitts. In black and coloi l
Hoys'  and  girls'  gloves,  i���  plain  colors  an
P-iir	
20c to
Ladles' woollen gloves, In all popular coloi 25c to <
Woollen wristlets, cream only, made  to  proteel
Most comfortable for wearing  with short  Blei
Children's  Knitted and
Plain   Cloth  Gaitei
Cream, Mack and plain colors, In all sizes; per palt 35c to i
The Best of Flannelette
in Plain Colors and Stripes
All     ��� are !" he round  In this selection of our Btaple departmenl      Fur
certain  well   known makes of Kngllsh  flannelettes    weaves which ���-���
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hirt '       lerwear; per yard  	
lit* and crean ,[  	
crlzi'd ami nannel Hnl h; per yard	
Union Blanket
Sheeting
���| he   ,. ,    md    nomespun    shcellng
�� hii ,:           no ta for in- special weai
'nr/  iiuulitii s:   sc.ent.,     inches     wide;
,���.,  ,,,,,1      $1.00
FLANNELETTE
SHE'El
68 and 72 Inches Wide
Best English and C nnadlaii    flunm :
firm ami inn finish; medium and  hi
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