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 jte, Shiles & Co.
�������� INSURANCE
White.
White, Slules & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Pbone 85
MBER  -!*tG
NEW   SVESTN
B    c,   THTTRSHAY   -.:     .- 'H-TOBER
PTVE CENTS PKR COPY.
"Thirty Feet to the Gulf
, | ,,iit along the
:he direction   of
���    ... '      Keefer, in connee-
in   scheme     of
ihe permanent
iver    channel
i lie   con-1 of  water Is  thirty  feel   a*   low
now    lnjThesi   jetties  will  be    hall    a
apart  and their turmation i.- such
to provide abundant   water for >,".
.
In   evi
-  i
tit I        _     :. ��� .ii- l, bi  ial;:.- tramp
|. men ham  vessels.
T: orlts are shown by
[ _____!. oi s    and     projections.
I The most imiwrtant  feature  will    be
"-���'> |.. . - each approximate-
, 1. fiv, -.:.-.'��� -    In    length,    extending
I trom tbe (irn   and ai Carry Point and
i Pe lyPoini       ���. ttvelj. to a point lu
rgla, where ihe depth
on the ebb tide,   ''"lu- height  ol i i
jetty will bi    two   feet    above   high
the permanent, ^   ^^     .,-,..,   new chaI1I1(>  thatjth,
.   .       liv.-r   channel L1}1 be thag   created    will    be more j confin
ed   by  , he Don,-: Hire,,   l;,,n    the     pres-ril     circunous  in.   ,
*h" .,    1he  purpose course and will save one mile in die*   "
i-iKni gov .':i:-- ������ - torn
J1- , grant of $100,000 tance.
,.  !ivl);irllaraen,|    For the most part the river already Th,
ltsobject   ,h���  carries  the minimum  required  depth and win
,       Den( deep   navlg. and in many portions has as much ,
,.   clty   0i   New eighty feet of water.   The three shal-
.       ,  0{ Georgia, lower  parts  will    be    dredged      ... 00    -
,h    approach    up|deepened and. their imp, I    condl -    -
construction    ol
ini     ������' In?    dam-.
. ���    the aid
ii    ���.. Boits
...    i
is
;:..elf   do
.  ...vine!   bj
rent be
strong to
at the bot*
..     .,!    groynes
. u.-      Com-
groynes
��� ;,.. island
,  oppo ite
whicb
BANQUET TENDERED
METHODIST BOARD
I'M
. .    ���   ������ ��������� ���
,   ust.-.ic.
. i fe.; In lengtb
n '   Reach
i feet long
���'.., :ine
v lng dams  i i pui in on the left
side of Wo ough upper
one being 300 el in length, the middle oue TOO feet and the lower wins
wall 900 fei I
Oth< r work will consist ot tbe
grading ot the banks in several places
the principal ol i ���  ���  being Westham
island.
it is expected thai ihe scheme will
tal '��� thr.e :��� a. - to complete.
Duff Gets Portfolio.
...ronto, Oct. 7.���.lames S. Duff, M.
I. A., was yesterday appointed mlnts-
��� f   agriculture   in   succ. seton  to
Xelsou Montelth.
Columbian Colleg-e Scene of
Interesting Gathering ���
Principal Sipprell on Institution's Progress.
Co .nu ian collee*> was the scene of
a notable gathering yesterday, when
'the hoard of managers entertained
--' general board of missions of the
Methodist church, now in session in
Vancouver, at a complimentary banquet. The visitor-; cam.- over hy special car, and were shown round the
city by Principal Sipprell and Mayor
Keary.
The banquet was admirably served,
the dining hall being; decorated with
appropriate foliage, while th.- table
decora ;ions were of roses, ca. nal .ons,
and chrysanthemums. D. S. Curtis
presided    over  the  festivities.      The
IBI WOMAN IN CIT.     HILL WILL SECURE OWN
HE! PtACtFULIKIWAY |   ENTRANCE INT8 UMPEi
t Mrs. Margaret   HaHj
iced   as.   ot   Ninety-six   Years
and   Si��   Months. .
C��pires   at   Ad-I Surveyors Stake  Line  From American! I ���"�����.�������������   ���      ,
 --     ! Dissatisfaction With   Settle*     That Small-sized Riots Are Quite
ment Conditions is Wide-j      ordinary Happening, west
spread���Bell Hardy Called I 	
On for Explanation. i    The Toronto World ol th.   29tb uli
Frontier to Gateway of West, Giving G.N.R. Own Tracks.
Th,o...-' woman on the mainland
|v British   Columbia,  Mrs.   Margaret
I Hill, ol v.'". Potmh street, peacefully
(Med a��,i| yesierdaj evening, a*, the
H_ m  ..   ., irs and six months, lo-
taihts incideni to htr great age belli responsible for ber demise*
The o .  lad)   had   ior bome  ���*<.-�����>-
put been   raduallj  falling tn health
and her end was nol  unexpected, l'i*
lo Quite recently, Mrs,  Hull was still
tn i.ii.sM-,-iun of all her /acuities, her
memor*.   ...I., num. _.ahi.> kean for a
person so advanced in years,    tine ol
her earliesi   recollections was of  the
mrnlng oi ii,,. i,,w
It. ill   I ._'...   -li
Utile i
Bon
John
Winnipeg,   Oct,   7.���The     C.   P.   R
Emerson. Man. Oct. T.-Twelv.
surveyors are lure with equipment io
locate   the  now     ���   Bi     the   Ur,fttj
Northern from Emerson to Winnipeg.j^ker8   ^   ^   ^^   baok   w  the.atrenuouB ]aCrosse:
They started in at Noyes, which is tne Turnbull and Oeorge Rennie,
unloa   depot   for   the   Great   .Northern,-,,.... at   noon. ^^ ^ vv, sunlnster la-
and  soo  line, to  stake out  the  pro- work in sight. ^ in ^  ^  m thelr
port  route. ,       ;     Deputations   from  the   various   me- ^   ^^   ^   ,,.,.    ,.anadlan
From Noyes the btakes tead *^��* j chaalcal unions interviewed the offi-'
**    j guests attending were
General  Board of  Missions.
Rev.   Albert   Carman,   D.   D.;   Rev.
lexander   Sutherland.   1).   |i.;     Rev.
.lames   Allen,   M.   Ar,     Kev.     .lames
Woodsworth,  D.  1).;     Res.    Fred    C.
i Stephenson,   M.   D.;     Rev   T.   E.   E.
I Shore, M.  V . B. D.; Rev. S. .1. Shorey,
D. D.; Rev. E. B. Ryekman. DO.: Rev.
^         O. Darwen; Rev. \V. R. Voung, 11. D;
  I Rev. Wm.  Brlggs, 1). 1).:   Rev. T.  A.
Moore; Rev. J. A. Rankin, l>. D.; Rev.
Tecumsehs   ol   Toronto,   champions   R  j, Eih0U; Rev. David Rogers; Rev.
has ihe following reference to old man lot the X. 1..  U., were las, week p.c-  Rgv   Thos   MavshaU.   Hov   Uvl Cui-
Turnbull, In  which ''Dad" is  mad.   lol sented with medals at the Royal Alex*-   vis   jy ^ .  Rev   j   ^   Wood;  Rev. T.
e\press himself as Quite familiar with andra  theatre, Toronto, where lt was  c     Buchanan;     C.   B.   Ke.-nleyslde;
Ijumounced   that    th.-y  would   go    to  Rev_ c   H   Huestis, M. A.; Rev. J. L.
CTPVUFK DFTIIQN        llH ALEX IS NOT FAZtO     JUNTO CUP CHALLENGE
STRIKERS RETURN      iulu"�����              flN m FROm tecumsehs ,,
TO WORK fOR CP.R.    ���JUXLM^Lull,UMt;       	
IV   "w"" Havino     Received
'Veteran  Calmly  Tells  Toronto  Sports'Querns's    Braves,    Having
a i_��.._.  ,.a   Canture
Medals.   Are   Anxious  to   Capture
the  Silverware.
Australia    next
tall.
the  siak.'s  lead  along
tne street west of the C P. R- tradi L ^ ^ Q   p   R   m u[ghx   wh���n
a��d will probably parallel the C.   .     1 ro made to arranw 4ora
UUO the City.   The work of **toj��*\   Qfl     ^^  |h(. ������.,
j���, new line, is being rushed to com*
���,,.Uon and It ll ******* <***-' COa'
Liuction wil, he started at the,��
���,,ct possible date. The new road wW
g,ve the Great Northern entr, W.
Winnipeg over to own road ���*�� *��
sewr its connecthsn with the t... a
u
N   B.,
".'���.I    .     ..;
.'��� I
.1  -      \
-^^^.mp.em^s:;;
came lol      Victoria,   H.   C.   Oct   7- -Tiuu
thi
it
i*ln
ii ol JJ i rami cli i, N
i.euig .it the ilme a
in years of age
mch    parentage  ln   Ston   March   20,   1*12,   dell  ih.- east   until  aboul
'���"   "*'"-��� <ne *''""" Z\    * , ��f vtexlco Intends to man-
���   'j,   with her daughter.Uovernment of Mexico ,
�� u .-t-:,,,!,, ier- *:::,;;:,;..
���   husband,   Alexaader i defenses and arm;   B ^    ^   ^^
mg uvui   hall  ..  century  expert  nov.  iu   Vlctoi-a.     ^   ^ ._,���_,
.   N   ii.    iu the death I forth, organizer toi ��� ^
iand    David   Ha I.. &   Steel company,  an expe^ ^^
dowed In  l��78 mince who possesses s
w.. ,,, lhl. nonageu-ho  ihe raunufacUire ol  u        ^ ^
rM^'     ^T*ZT^J^o,ro -   ��|
;|,:!,,l.i,v..o  comn,,   ,i.h  tl���
four Lardlns  the establisl m '"
���     IJ,Btt,, primarily Intended fo, th
nfuctnre of ordnance
u|	
��� ii    m j, Currle, "I   v,!1
A     mi      poi ter,   Toronto
111 llll   ui , hi ��� city
children, including FVedei
:.   mil   uf Svw   Vork,
.1. Coulthard   ol this city,
, .!��� grand, hlldren      \
>-. ni Mi    Hall pn dei   a    t
��� u   ago
ni1' 'untsiial vitality ul Mrs. Hall ������
i      emark ible nchleve
1,1 '-\i<-,. ti-nvelllng  trom   West-
man
TFN   NEW   CASES  OF .,N1LA
CHOLERA   IN   MANILA
well
nit'tii
lllil,all
tiftain,
Wrthda
!     Manila.  Oct.  7--Ten  new
''���""1"''i'   *������";  TrtThe"st includes
hours,    i >"  "
ra-' B   ''''
ihe     I-**'
l wellt>
.four
,-   .1
i. .lohn, n. ii.. anil backjthe  names of two Al1"''" v|i���,   ^j
|"   attaining her eighty-fifth'.Harbaugb,  of  tbe  <-'v        ���lhe yind
'lu- last   trip   having  been Charles Rldgway, Unown a
""^nalien nhoni  n��_. ,���������.�������� _.��_ I poet."
Ml:
-I   1)1
1  "i.   h,,.   yeiiH	
u   .   :torla, who pas i
ago.
.������,,���', miiei tone some
u  I   the only woman In
attefactory terms on which the men
would go  hack  to work .   finch  iiuiouU'd.
held   meetings   in  si para.-"   rooms   in
.,.,,  TraUe8  hall.    When   li   was an-
, need mat Oeneral Manager  Bur>
promised   that  everj   man  on  strike
would he aken back to work at once.
,, w ia arranged with the officials that
n   Kang   Losses   would  resume   tbe.J
liulea at the shops this morning.
i as, night tiny Japanese laborers
Whn have heen cleaning cars In th.
vol.,i��  in  place of the btrlkers,  wen
,,.  wes, to Vancouver, und at nopn|
.'������   ���on-unlon men   *md    left    thelrl
;|.   the   shops     Non-union   ca
mii|1   interviewed teal night, said tbey
|im.n��le.d   to  hold   their jobs  and  Inti
maled tha(  the oompany  lntende_l tu
,,���.,��� ���,  work  indefinitely,
Still   Out  at   Toronto.
Toronto, Oct. 7.   There was a Ian.
Bl ended   meeting of   the  striking
Canadian  Pacific  machinists  al   W<
.,,���, ���,���   this   morning,   and it   I
.,.,, the compromise of the leaders
o|   the  strike   was  discuss".!  al  con
l.lei ible length   The men In a bodj
| decided not to go hack  to their positions until they received an explaaa-
������, repori from Bell Hardy, the Win*
|eader, who I,  said  to have ai-
,.,���,���,, the terms of settlement.
Situation  at  Montreal.
Montreal. Oct. T.-Four hundr-d Ca-
nadkan  Pacific mechanle* applied tw
their  old   positions   this   morning     It
' J expected that six hundred ippli*-
tiom   wiM   he   in   by   ******    *  ;-k
Olympic  lacrosse team.
������Tin* playera In nueBtlon were noi
in tb��- game liut Saturday al Vancou
ver, where u small-si**-''!  rioi luiPP< "
' nor   WOW   they   sui prised
me ford, a former Torontonian and
now of Sydney, is the man behind the
enterprise. Interested spectators at
the presentation to the Tecumsehs
were Alex. Turnbull and Rennie. of
New Westminster, who are going to
England wiih ihe Canadian Olympic
i.'aiii. Today President Thompson of
she .V I_, U. Will forward Tecumsehs
A.;  ll. Lr, l-overing, T. Hilliaid, Judge
S. A. Chesley, .T. R. Inch. l.b.D.; Geo.
K. Buffet, Geo. Bell, and C. C Kntghi.
Board  of  Directors of College.
Revs. John Robson iNanaimo), R.
Milliken, K. Robson, A. St, Sanfo.d,
Dr. J. H. White, J. F. Bens i Ladner),
S. 8. Osterhout tVernon), A. E. Heta-
lingion,   \V.   11.   Bairaclough.    J.   P.
!"   ,hCl  h' \   I    U   Will forward Tecum*--"-- i,.,,ngton,   ".   ���������   -- ,Kernie).
doings; this  being an  everyday oe   �� J" ^ >H,nto CuP to the We8tman, and W. h. ��< T_
���,r,���ce out  west. ���^ M dat��, wiil be ask-1    T. R.  Pearson.    W. ^  I    ^ ^
���Turnhull     and     R'''"11*'    ��'r*-',11P!     ' ���av l.anglois. Dr. H- ^ ��� ��"��*'..    ,c
,ues,S Ot the Tecumsehs al ��be Ho.al  ** tor �� v^._.____ _ ^ u ^y^*
Mexandr,   theatre   las,   -night,   whttej |welta (aartta). Geo. Bell  lEnu     .
renewlaf
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Char.es  Com-1 stfiwa,,;   Hon. WVTit^M^D
^	
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llie-iiuf    ,,,.-.,    _.���.
Old  acqiiainiwnees   will  be  RE8Tn,CT BUILDING
'������-ir-Li-r     If
rne), SamuelQOug*
,,���, program tor today, the* leaving,
tor Montreal tonight Alex. Turnbull
|8 ,,oi unknown here, having f""
several years In Toroalo betew ^1
lng west, being m "'���*' H���" 'vr '"'
eharmirt circle of the World stall
 ,������- -
liKAfT IS RAMPANT
IN NEW \0��K CITV
BUILDING Tuttle tfibur
height   IN   N*W VORKUames^^ ^   ^        W.AJJ
  uildlnglCarter  (Vancojiver).   H.        ���'
York, t��et.   <���
If   iin
Ald-
i(llv    council.    Mayor    Keary.
Wmen Henley. Johnston, Gray, SWlea
, ri,v Clerk Duncan.
��evs    Dr.   BlPPre--     lP��e����
UoW(!,       K    M.   Burwash.
Private   Concerns  Pay   1200  Po,  Cen!     QM
_-, ,_.   -ru,.a   r.itu    nia
Less   for   Goods   Tksn   City
LoS3 on Hay and Straw.
I'-______________________________���________���,
(.,l(lr ,a,,vlsi���i, committee has its way,
lccorJtng to a resolution adopted yes*
.erfl8. bunaJng�� in this citj will b.
resided to a��)0 feet in height unlesB
Ihe.   face  n  park,   W|uare   ot    ...���"--   . n	
whae.hflj  may lie built 360 feet high., Pjn v ,,   ^uglon. B. L.
"iaw """"";    ,,,.,iiv...  Clark,
I w L Ko.s.ir. c M. aalej Odd.
Ut(,���, t Ken ic. and W B. CrelghtOU
'were  alHo present     *��n  apolog)   was
IN   MAJORITY i |(M,jv(,(l trom v W. Rowell, K.I
!    the  chairman,   M   welcoming    the
SRI
.-a,.     7"4 >     ,,PV .-    �� ���'     .    i
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Vll    ,   .   oil..lie.      "Hi     ll"
. .    tin       provl lud*
TOWNS    AHL
STILL
Oct.   7    The
n drawn battle
,,,i, iition foi'-'-s hud
x.v    fork. Oct,   .   -Testlmon.        h(,|]|.]u,|ililll,MlMi itttlv���"*
waste in the purchase nt sn|iP��e��  ' ' . V(,sl,,Hiav, the complexion of
ill. llt'llr^"* . I
reason of lack of system, wa m ^ ^g tQwng ,.(,,iu,ini���., unChasged.
plemented by stories of phenomenal ^^ townB weni from no lu-eus ��� to
overcharging "'' the city ai the se- ij^^,. nine p��l.ers weni from license
sion ....sicrdaiy ,h.i ihe leg-lslutV ' ^ ^ -iepns0 Tllis n,akrs 97 (owns
committee     looking    inn.   New   iforl
gUI BtS,
see  so
of  the
said   he   wa-   very   pleased   to
man]   representative  members
Vlethotlisi  church  in  0
Principal Sipprell,  who
speaker, said  he had
Bpi ii. ou behalf of 'h
during    eleven    year3
 ftad'i.
was the first
no heed to
directors, as
ho   har!   good
��� i '��� iter ag
ihan  th-'ll
C^r>''      ,,���..    com-   ��.������������!  "",, .ivailanle yet,
tend, a  promlnen for* .	
. -  \S
Ith      l,o,���loi.   Tuil.-s.h-^    ov,rtfw
(Olelchon, where ne   ���
E. Vanstone.i(*iiii:n!i..ii   Pacific
na; -  h:    been   pr |ucl   i Uh n  '���" *  '     "''   d
��� ICtiCally    ,111-    .-,���;,!.is am-,    it:    !����
Ilcles,
Ncrth   Oxford  Nomination.
ag nis       Woodstock,   On..,     06t,   7,-Noi-t-i
,,,.���,   ,i,,   ,is  yesterday   ii'.niin.t.,
\V. Ne-a'.itt tor the Commons.
financial  affairs.
lt was pointed out  that the < il>' ,,us'
bad  to pa.v  from 800 to 1200 per cut.
more   than   private   concerns  fo     ;he
stinie class of goods, and a number of
Instances were cited by witnesses In
which different prices were paid tor
the same article at the same time by
different   departments,
James A. Shantetand, a certified
puidic accountant, figured that the
Inck ��r s.,-.;t��mi in purchasing such
supplies   -is   hav   and  straw   in     Man-
Ihatian alone meant a loss to tin.   ���'���'
iof -f4:*..<"Mt  last   year.
no license, to 71  license.
Liberal Headquarters
for the
Electoral  District of Sew Westminsti_.������
TH�� UBBJUIs CLtlB, COLUMBIA STREET^(Corner.vl Colmnbl,
and   Mi.cKcn/ie   Streets).    Phone  ��8.
A���   cun.iries   hy   voters will  receive  prompt   ami   carel.il   at*
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This Is My 54th Birthday
JOHN   M.   CLARK.
John M. riark, it member ol   hi  ci.inei of Prince Edward Inland
. nd a prominent figure- in the pui   i   life In that province, was born
In  Bed^qne, P.  E.  I., Octoh r 8,  '. ���   I.   After completing his educa-
in -.he public schooli   hi ���   1   commercial   lit'.-.     His   public
. ������. did no' begin until 1904, in -.-.   icb year hi   was elected to the
;.  legislative assembl        \  soon became recognized as one
.  best debaters in the Ho: tkii     hims It    master of his
��� ibje< -*   and presenting his argumens ilu. inly.    Mi   Clark has been
. picuously  identified  with  tbe teniperanci ���  ment    and  has
.   me oi the most determined    up <     rs oi  th    prohibition law
���    :.   .-.,������  Introduced Into Prince Edward Island   ,;��� the present gov-
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atinche8 throughout Canada and Newfoundland. aD.i in Loudon, England,
New York, Chicago aud Spokane, U.S.__., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transac   >d.
Letter* of Credit issued, available wl tl correspondents In nil part* of the
World.
jivifiQi Bank Department. Deposits receives In sums vt $1 and upwards,
an.l interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum tpresent rate,, added
four times a year.
Total Assets nver $1G8,000.000.00.
N".W WESTMINSTER P.RANt: H U. !>.  BRYMNER.  Manse-
Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars,     -      -     50c doz
^ee those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75 ���
ADAMS&1)EANS
From Other Points of View I
C.  E. Tisdall's  Chance.
:   machine is sending    I
E ot Vancouver,  to contest
- \tlin   riding   again-;   Mr.
9      -.    ���  ���   ..resent    Liberal    mem ��� ..
Tisdall '.-  as much chance of   winning - ilnst Sloan as the Const r*
ve of winning tbe < 01 , :,_
���id thai la absoluti ly a .
Okanagan.
Phone 97.
GROCERS        Prompt D
envery
How to Save
Saving begins tit home and
ihi foundation of a savings ac-
, in . the di termination to
save n gularly.
FIRST Make a definite alii urance lor a savings deposit,
.- large is po8siible, before anv
��� v d . ture is made  trom  the
���-.. .  income.
THEN:     Keep  a   cu refill  ac-
-  il Income and expenses,
:.     .      to avoid   waste.
Do It Now
OUR depositors receive interest on their SAVINGS ACCOUNTS every three months���
March :'-lst, .lune 30th, September -_uili, December 31at. The
red ink interest entries thai you
se.- put down in your saving,
bank-book will strike you very
pleasantly indeed.
HOME   SAVINGS BANKS, in large, medium and small
-. furnished on application.
Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
( upitul und Reterwr Incorporated Total A****t��.
$8,290,000 ,869 $47,400,000
BANKING BY MAII. A SPECIALTY.
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     F. B. LYLE*  Mgr.
The Only  Bowser.
. ���   ,       , appear on thi  bci ne    -
the gri ai ana onij B
ii Bi    ih Columbia, the man wno
���   on the Japanes ��� immi-
. ��� tion,  appearing  to  I igis-
,...-���   -  the Asiatics  vhtli
a Japanese immigration
He has   practically    i). d
ia ti   escape the m u who
_������-.   him, and will yet    gei    Uls
���Kina.---.on Whig.
railway land grants made by that
government to be 'lected from. On
:h<- first day of last month those
lands were thrown open for home-
sti adlng, proof conclusive being thi :<���-
by furnished that under Liberal rule
the land is tor the settler. In the
Brs six days of lasl month tbere
were more homestead entries than ln
a": on yeai ' I on lervative rule.
And ��� verj nev. si ttler iu the West
in an increase of business in Win-
M initobu Pr se Press.
Just the Point.
On the unceasing    Tory    com
nts against ihe government ot Sir
v    ��� ie  Laurier is on the ground    of
-.* avagance.   They have raised enor-
Hov/ Woulci They  Do  It ?
The Conservativ, -  have chosen   U
make the quesl on of the adminisi:-..-
Li a  of  the   pti min   the  cliiel
.. of  the  presenl   election  so far
. - th y are able to do so, practically
;. .- the whole of their appeal for
t  '   confidence of thi   electorate upon
.-��� gn unds that win reus the Laurier
government have squandered in
shameless fashion the heritage of the
people, they, paragons of political
; urlty, are pledged to a policy of
"restitution." But, whereas the Liberals iu twelve years have given away
not one  acre to  railway  corporations,
���""1  ���-���"���   '*������������ ���'���'���l.-.u conservative.! in    eighteen    years
voted no less than 50.0-87,072 acres to
th But  surely large revenues a.e
ol  prosperity, and it  would
bt possible for a governmi nt to
, nionej without laying themselves ien lo the chastisenK.it of
the man who hid his talent of gold
away in a napkin.   The only   govern*
. . i the world which is known to
.;.'-��� -.;,v,s without spending much.
Is hat In the black republic of Hayii,
an : 11 is probably the most. Tory outfit undi   the son.���-Saskatoon l'.i enU
J. HENLEY
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Abated Water*,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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COAL
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths'
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box 345
E: FROHT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH,
'���'���-'one   105.
HI WESTMINSTER
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NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
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FOR SALE BY
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A Hardman.   A.James.   J.McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
front Street    Trust BlocV
IV O. Box 474.       Tel. 58.       Res. *-J.?*
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
.Vrouylit   Iron   Gates,   t-ences,   Crest
ings,  Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
 EAT	
AT THE
Colonial Hotel
Under New Management
BEST 25c. MEAL  IN  THE CITY
Union Labor   White Help Only
J. E. Robbins, Manager
Creat Railway Development.
It wus the present administration
whic-li drat undertook io break the
railway monopoly in western Canada
An i the Liberal administration has
succeeded iu its effort.
The Conservative party at lirst
openly opposed the building of the
Grand Trunk Pacific through western
Canada, ami  wti.^n the country    was
|aroused against this opposition the
Conservatives took thc less courage
ous course anil undertook to obstruct
the railway. They kept it back one
year and tb>n asain succeeded in the
second year.
And mi it is now. The Liberals
promise to i-ulld 'he Hudson Bay -.-ail-
way. The Conservatives decline to
discuss the issue, and only when
urged agfcin and again by the country
I did Mr. Borden consent to make a
very unsatisfactory statemeni upon it.
I - Calgary Albertan.
their corporation friends,   or   nearly
six times the acreage given to actual
settlers  in    the    same    period.    Any
restitution, therefore, which the Conservatives iiiigh;  be    able    to    make
j would hav to deal with    the    lands
w'lich  they    themselves    squandered
' among the party favorites.    The Con-
t servatives were the looters, and now
they ask the people to place them in
I power    to    carry    out    a    policy    of
I "restitution" ot lands which   not.   the
I Liberals but they themselves   robbed
the people of.   How does thr proposal
appeal   to   commonsense   nr-n ?���Re-
glna Leader.
C
OOKSLEY'S
Lunibt
Mirmtuctuter* and Dealer* in All Kind* ol
���'���   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umbor Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
IM City Branch, Columbia St.
-   ih
<-���"<- 1Z.
*sjew Wi tL-nm��ter
**a9*mMMMI m-.-a-*.-
Office  and  Works:
.with streel,  ���   New Westminster
J. New some & Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue*
New Westminster
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POSTCARDS
AHE  NOW  ON  SALK  AT
M.  MOREV'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J.   G.    GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE  FAI..."  Columbia   Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Winnipeg's Testimony.
Tliis i real   growth ol  Winnipeg  Is
the  result of the energetic and  far-
sighted  methodB of the  Llb< ral governmenl   in  d'-ilins.   with  the  special
western    problems   ol    Immigration,!
transportation ami  the tarifl.    it    is|
the derelopmerit "f westi rn
thai i-  building    up Winnipeg,
di velopnieut is dailj In '������ idem
li .in... ever-lncri a sing force.    \ '���
lni| i   i   lias ,'. .1, -'i\'-n to ii by
ai t,. f the i.i," t;,i government
throwing open for homosteadlng
iiiniii" .   I
CANADIANS   FAVORITES
IN   OLYMPIC   LACROSSE
"Wi play lacrosse very well, espe-
cially in the North of England districts," says the sporting editor of the
Standard of Empire, in a letter to a
.i-w-nil in this city, **.jut i am afraid
we shall never attain the efficiency ot
Canada, One is particularly interested in the coming Olympic lacrosse
trial, which is to take place ai Uids-
bury, near Manchester. Our players
know precisely what to expecta wr.pn
the real ���sanies are played, and t-icre
is ii great and genuine desire to get
j together ih.- strongest team. South
Africa and Canada have entered by
cable. We have hail the pleasure of
seeing the Canadians. Their lacrosse
was tremendous; so fast, so well organized, and so strenuous. We are
waiting to know \h*. Bomb African
and the Canadian teams, and lei me
add thai the Canadians will start
in  favorites.'1
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Canada
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Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
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Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Choice Meats at
w. n. Draper central Meat Market
__a_MB3i
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey's
40 piece Tea Sets, Kngllsh China.  $4.50 to $20.00.
in piece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NI'.W   things In  China arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
:      Pierre,   Mlquelon,  OcL  7.   Onat
of ���:.    ivorsi dlsi      i - in ri cent yea i
.���   -.-��� \��� ,,   | ri -in" ol  the c: p-
1M,..   in I,  11  the  French  Bshlng  s.���.,���., . .-
luanlt a, on ui I bj  ^ von Fn res, Grau-
domaln from the  v';:"   PranCl      ���   '    iuani ���'���   '!""    **���
the ConBOTvatlve chortd ofl the Orand Banks,was -truck
11 vi, I "74 acres of ��� '���>   ' storm ol such violence thai
 _. spin and -i.  -.mi. in a few mo-
' hm ins.   i it .: cr -.. of twenty - six n ��� i,
onlj  t he captain managed to seize a
... i ,���   <,;   tlinbi ;.      After    Ihlrty-slx
hourS*  exposure he   was  rescue^   by
h    steumer n nei al A. Archlmet. r.
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Gioci**. New Westminster, B "-"
Corner Kiphth St. anfl    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  tro
BOWELL &   OODV,   Frr.orl����nr��
MOREY'S
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i. n,. ..'.nil,,. For the twrftttyfow
hours ending at uoon yeaterday there
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Municipal hospital.
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ai Oatchlna, tin rtildence of thr. . nv
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THURSDAY.   0C���
THE DAILY NEWS
tJublished by the Daily News Pub
Usliing   Company.   Limited,   at   their iat  tne cit>' *aA ot
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front
Streets,  New  Westminster.  B.  C.
these    grants    to    them    and    their Two Clever Comedians.
friends.    Then we have the evidence Thl, ciever little comedienne,  Elsie
of the. greatest graft of modern times H-.rben. and humorous  Bobby  Barry
great steel are heading the cast of "A Knight for
^���c^o^c^o^co^c^o^^^^Q 0t0+0ioto*o*<X)*o*o*o*rAc>*o;
bridge, to which we called attention u Dl> - H h. Frazee'a delightful mu- *
so convincingly at the time it was sical cinue(j\ offering, which is here|��
started.       It   was   ,50   barefaced   that   toni;!l,.    Both Miss  Herbert and Mr. | "
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
1 within seven hours from the time we
Barry have hosts of admirers in th
called  attention  to it.  it  was  stopped   .^p,.,, ���.-  th(>  country  who  will    be
glad   for   this   opportunity   of   seeing
-1
from  Victoria.    Nevertheless
THURSDAY, OCT. 8,   1908.
DO   NOT   FORGET.
Do not forget that there is a vast
difference between a constructive
statesman like. Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
aud a mere politician like R. L. Borden.
bridge,   and   the   general   public   won-
der^  why  it is not  placed in  the mu-   ..,n,.-
seam   at   Victoria   as   a   reminder  of
colossal    graft  under  a   Conservative
THIRTY   FEET  TO  THE   GULF.
We   elsewhere  giv,-  a   reproduction
the   plan:   remains  anchored  at     the   .,u.._.   [n    hr   3ame  cast.     Mr.   Barry
administration. And then, of course.
there is Hob Green! Oo you say Mrs.
Anderson? Oh, yes, there is a friend
of the government by that name, we,
believe!
mown as "a comedian who is ere
th
of fun
music-il  production is the big Ameri
instigator of no end
\ deliglifiil feature of the big
can Beauty Chorus.
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PWNfflt TRAVELS IN AFRICA
A   LECTURE   BY
THEODORE WATERS,  first medical    missionary    to   Tongoland.
will ibe given in the Wes, End Methodist church on FRIDAY
EVENING, OCT. 9.
M-cPherson
-McLood . .
.Arnold . . .
Rushton . .
McKenzie
of Resident Engineer Reefer's plan
for the carrying out of the great work
which will give us the finest fresh
water port in the world. The work
nnder this plan has already been commenced and will be prosecuted without delay. The Conservative candidate is asking why ..he a-Vmerican
gentleman who was called here in
consultation was not employed to carry out the work? it is that old desire
of the Tories to discredit the able
men we have iu this country, and
hring from oilier lands men as they
did in the case of Mr. J. P. Babcock.
Mr. Le Baron came as consulting engineer. His ability is beyond reproach; he did his work well and wa._
paid for it. and has the kindliest feet-
ing towards this city and does not appreciate being made a football of by
persons for the sole purpose of making political capital, while professional etiquette would prevent him doing
what Mr. Taylor suggests. As to our
resident, engineer. Mr. Geo. A. Keefer,
the Uheral government did not take
into consideration his political faith
when he was appointed. .Although
giving allegiance throughout bis ll-"s I l Turnbu "
to the Conservative side, the Laurier
government appointed him for his
ability and high standing as an engineer, and  they made no  mistake.
This great work may well be trusted to such a man, whose only hobby
is his profession, and who cares nothing as to which party is in power so
long as he has an able and painstaking head at the public works department at Ottawa, which he certainly
has had at all times since his appointment. The great force to us ts that
Mi,", work is commenced, much to Mr.
Taylor's chagrin and in spite of the
idiotic wireless effusions of the Colli::- Ian,
irdine was primaril;       v tithe matter  being  taken up
sens in the firs:  place, an !
!. Kennedj  gave what as-
could toward Ana! action
ut ment.      Mr.    Jardine's
���   >iil  not   :���      llkp  Mr.   Mc-
npaigns���one of   promises
.  be  the  businesslike  cam-
inly pledging himself to take
CaSi    as   lt   arises.   :in,1   rt_.nl I    ���
Baseball
CLOSE GAME BOWLED IN
THE INTER-BOOSE LEAGUE
Narrow   Majority   Separates   Hughes'
and Mackenzie's Teams���Hale and
Sutherland   Tonight.
The    Inter-house    bowling    league
competition  was  continued  las-,   eve-i
ning. the contest being between Capi
McKenzie   and   Capt.   Hughes*   fa:u>. I AND
Tonight      Hale     ani     Sutherland'
teams play.
The Jefferson Boys.
Joseph an.l William Jefferson,
companies by a carefully selected,
cast ot* artis-s. who formerly have
been in the support of many of thejv
foremost stars of today, are to pre-O
sent Richard Brlnsley Sheridan's de-; o
lightful old English classical comedy, 2
"The Rivals," at the Opera house on. Q
Tuesday Oct. 13. Q
Get the Habit
Up to Date
OCTOBER sth
Presents the Astoi    ,
cessful   M    .
--���
A KMGHT
FOR A DAY
Exactly  as   pre
year  in   Chica ���
New  Yuri,
Bosti
���   one    1
month    D
-   ''.' I     D
Superior Casl   1 ���   ���
:i
ing BOBBY BARRY md E ,SIE HER
>mpani
BERT,   and
Sixty.
a Stunnine
Seal   Sale   commem
Oct, 5th, 9 a.m.
Ryall's
Capt.    McKenzie's   Team.
Down in Price
1
.    n D
,113
.149
.164
Total  .Vv.
126
1 I .
L92
69    100
114���283
11! 5���361
141���43S
164���520
118���287
941
l'.'l!
146
173 j
95
1892
is the general verdict of the people who have .-een our store.
Have you aeen our large and
varied stock ? If not, an early-
call will show you what we can
do in the matter of quality goods
and low prices.
iThe  lecturer  standing beside  a  Tongo hut.)
which   will   be   illustrated   by   Um.
Prices���$2.00.  $1.50, $1.00, 75c
50;
��� in  the course of  the  lecture
��� light views, the following subjects will be dealt with: Travel. K\-
4 ploration, .Animals. Adventure, Big Game Hunting. Cold Mining. Dia-
9 mond Digging, and life among the   untutored     savages    of   Darkest
*, Africa. Admission.  35c;     children,  25c   ^
O I
�����0*OK>K)40*00*0*0��0*0*<_>*0 0*0K)*0K)K)K)0#O*O*O4C_4O*C
Capt.   Hughes' Team.
Trapp   	
Stein    	
W.Turnbull.
I Hughes
1
.1*16
.127
11*.
_���:*���
.101
146
122
81
118
107
Majority     for
team. 130  pins.
Capt.
3 Total Ave.
135���397 132
151���400 13::
100���297 99
130���346 . .5
121���332    110
177'.'
McKenzie's
Today  we offer as    a    special    our
'National"  mixture  of  candies  at 15c
I per lb.    Today only.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street
OK)*O��O*0��K)*00K)��K5*0*0*O*O C��*C��*0��O*C^O4C0*04O*K)*0����0*O;
Now is the time to look after your
EYES
Westminster
Opera House
Tuesday Oct. 13th
���      .1. ���
Joseph and William W.
IS
8
*
ft
*
Call
in.
Eyes Tested Free
Jefferson
and, an exceptioaa!l.. talented
company In Richard Brimsley
Sheridan's     Classical    Comedy-
"The Rivals
jj
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
Funeral  of   Mrs. T.  J.   Lewis.
New Westminster j %
i C^-��0K)*O4O*CX_*^O*O*O*O��O*C  �����0*0*0*040*00*0*0��0��0*0*0
Tomor-ow's     Special���Glass      Jellv1
T.    .1.
VMtll   111
people.
is  It  arises, and  deal |
be besl Interests of the whole
Tiie funeral of the late  Mr
Lewis  took   place   yesterday morn in
10   the   Odd   F. Hows'   cemetl :\
��� ie  -esidence, Leop ,: | pi i e    Ret    I
S.   Henderson officiated at the housi
and graveside.   There was a large u-
tendance of relatives and friends   Th
,:;iL'iea:e:,-   were   '!'    A.   Muii,   S: in-.
Malcolmson, Hugh McDonald, C. Si
Henry  Lennie and F. Lane. The     B
uas  covered with   floral   tributes  and
the  Bowers  sent  included  thi   follow
:n_r:
Gate Ajar���Mother and familv
Crosses���Mr. and  Mrs.   M.  Sin lair,
Brunette Sawmills Co. empl i,     .-. ill
and  Mr-.  X.  Nelson,  Mr,  ani  Mrs. P.
... a.   ",',' .sttnin*
I Tumblers, 40c per ddzen.
i    "We buy for cash and sell for
tm -
from !	
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
Joseph   and   William   \V.  Jefferson
are the sons an I theatrii il    	
{of the late Jose .. Jeffer on, and Th
Rivals is the fa  ie   - creates  comi i
Prices   $1.50,  $1.00.   "3c.   and  50c
Seats  at   Ryall
Westminster Opera House
<\-
liamond���!
ster Base, all cluh
Crown���-Mr.  and   Mrs,   Rtfbert   Len-
I nie. Nelson.
Wreaths���With     card.     Deart:   Uttl ���
without oion's Classmates, with deepest  sym-
estlon  statements   which   appeared   lillhy.  Mr. lind Mra> N- H, mk^it:-.
THE COLUMBIANS CREDULITY.
The    Columbian    accepts
in the Ottawa Cltzen because Its candidate's chances arc weakening so
much  that  It  is read.,   to catch the
mythical straw and u lish anything.
The   itltelligen!    elect ir,   quietly   ;- ad-
ing through the effusion, will readily
Bee how outrageouslj false it Is, and
it   will have the very opposite ��� (fei I
\; .Mir and Mrs. Ke^ry, Brunett* Sawmills Co. employees,    Mr,   and Mrs
Leith,   Vancouver;   Mrs.   Knight   and
Mr,  M. .1. Ktttgbt, Mr. aad -Mr.-   I     i
Shiles,  Mr.  and  Mrs. D. Douglas   M
and  Mrs.  T.   A.   Mulr   emplo; ���    J
Leckie Co.,  Vaoc �� -.���-. :   Mr. and  M -���
LA. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. B  ll  Zaviu
intend. .   b3   th.    publication.     ThejMr.attd Mrs. w. j   ���,.-,
���    ���'���'. lave been so nauseated by the employees    Brunett
editor-candidate's
office, staff, Mr. and Mrs  T. S. Anii.tr.
dale. Ni w Westmin
Mr. and  Mr...   K. J.   Haa
Sprays-���Mrs. ... -.i.  \���   ,..     ril    u
family,  Mi    and   Mr..   !    Garrett,   Mt
and  Mrs. .1. Ins! . . Mr   md Mrs. An-
productlons  of  th
pen, that he is beginning to find how
repulsive they have been, and be is
trying a new ta ������.. through hi prox .
who has Instructions not to hand In
fi,\,s   that   Is  :. i    ti cording    to   the
. p<! -.   loot       Vs to the truth otjgUs Miiim, Mr. i..:.....
Irs allegation we havi unanswerably Mr an(j >,;,_, H ,, L,..r, . M. iIii
proved them lo be false, at isi our M, . P Bll . -,, ,_t, Mr. L H
concluslvi   den   ' ��� nevei caused  ,..   ,     ���,,.     and  ,- .    KwaUj Mr   .,,.
him to reveal \\r ioui e ol Informa .���,,.,. (- Moatoith Mrs, '���; Elckhofl
tlon or production ol proof. and  family,  Mr, and   .irs   Hugh  Mc-
We  come  near  home,  and remind Donald,   Mi    and   w-     \?\ C   Hodge
the Columbian thai the wealth of tlm- Ulr- ..u.  M...   H   ,, .     >,     u .  M,._'
ber oiui.-d by the peo*    il    pro-  rj.  ::   Campbell,  Vancouver;   Mr.��and
vlnce  and   administered  by the   Mc- Mrs, c   \\. Tait, Mi   and Mrs   Chap-
Bride  Conservative governm nl     haa  u.,..;,   Vancouver;    Jas.  Sharpe    and
la.'Ti handed out with A prodigal hand   mi88 [nsiey, Vancouver;  Mr.    li.
and amongst thi   recipients of timber  ghiles, Mr, and Mis.   m.    MacAsklU,
ioaBes are some of the close personal Mr,  and Mrs.   k.  Sayer,  Mis.   Wanl.
friends   f the Con vative candidate  Mi.   and  Ml.^ j   1:   Brown| Mi.    ;i,_a
in thla '"ti tlluenc . who In a short j,j,.8i N r Brown, Mr. aud Mrs. i.i.
space of Imo have risen rrom p verty I jyjead, Mr. and Mrs. l; ii. Cheyne,
to affluence, ,-r;i."<r,' *.:���. upon the -al. v, .inil Mrs u i; Mrl,..ul t _Ml. ,/lv,
.ii- their holdings for fabulous sum4.    . y,  ���   r. K. Snell, Vancouver;  Mr. ��_nd
When the gro d "I some of the nue' m-,,. Lawrence, Mr, and Mrs, Wastell,
recipients of thi publli lomab was! Mr, and Mrs, McPlnaden, Mr. and
satiated, female fri ad of the ralnU- Mrs, I I Trapp ,Ir. and Mrs, w. J.
trj were Importunate In their de- Sloan, Miss Edl Cral Mv, ani
mands, In facl the i Idence before n Mrs .���:. L, Webb .. Mi Malcobnson,
Omiiiil sion, uf  their own    naming,  Mrs    nd Miss Wl :.-    and   Mrs.
was clear upon ths :>";..'t, that mem-1Altchlson, Vnnlo TId . Mlsj !. __
ber. of thi Conservative ministry al Thornber, Miss Filmore, md P, W
\*'i torla     i i ilte I   the   private   ap irt'   Lan
: ' 'i   '      '    ���,'.������     and    .','��� I. Ui -e I        11.   *. -r. hie  ',' ;:       :    ,. ��� '       ,     ;-
i
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8
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BF
"TBBhi
Boots
Footballers will please note tkat
we have just received a large
consignment of the celebrated
English
Gentlemen
jmst;
MOMENT
PLEASE!
A   Superb.   Ser.sat'Ci-1 .   Scientific
Surpr'se.
A   \'i'. Id   Portra; a >'��� -
Le-.ccln J. Carter's Soe.: ,   Production
The
Flaming
Arrow
Introducing t      5V. 'id     ���
GENUINE    INDIAN    BRASS   HAM'
The extremi   llmli of        '��� .'-!-'
nagnitude,
Se,. the   ('" and
1,ance.
.See the Attai      in Old Fort Reno
See the Qenuln.  In    in Brass Band
Big  Special   Cast   of  People.
Popular Prices���50c. 75c and $t-M-
"CERT
��n
W.). Sparkman
LATE   WITH   J.  A.   LEE
Begs to annoum e that   he
now  rea 1;     ' '    underi i
kinds of ui       '������   :'-'  ''
all
eh
I
the greatest Football Boot on tbe
market and worn by all tbe best
known  players  in  tbe world.     Tbe
��� ��� ���
price  per pair  is
$3.50
it
TO
1%S.S.    RAMONA
TO
m
at the l iwesi prices,
dlrecl    wo       th.
profit.
Cos    C rn
All comm inleal
W. J. Sparkman,
Cor.   Sixth and  Carnarvon
win meet with    1mm
tention.
CAPTAIN    DCNSE
'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
Reaula** sailings bet.ve***-.
NEW  WESTMIN8TER  and CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Hau
Mission and waj ports, with I"*3
sengers  and  'roign
i wliarf.
Leaves    BracUman ��t   r*' ���
New Westminster,  Tu����day��" Thurs'
days and  Saturday at a a   rn-
Leuve..   Chllllwacll   Wednesday
day and Sund*.y at 7 a. tn.
For ratea nml particular
Fri-
appl)
��L\__\TY
ml  WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
|��h NEW   WESTMINSTER.   3-   '
l*J n   u'MiTMOl.K. flecratary.
R. WHITMOlaK. fleers HUB     JAi J*-*
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City News!
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mam* +*++***r*
*     **      **       ��.��      ._,       ...       ,.,,     ��*.
lute
---esting
St
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Wt
to t*< ' "
DsdM :-   -
,md bustle of the Exhibition is over fcariftj
��� -. ng for goods  to rer.ienish  the bona*
:_ In our Blanket and House Farni*hing
:��� Cocuu. tome IntMWtln* ttem which we
���:_. attention
Sweep   Out   ot
.... ���- -
....
Curtain
40c    Frilled Muslin
for 22 l-2c
rmined to make a clean sweep ol  our K ...  3
A. we do not inteii | to keej   this partlculai
.)  thia i- a golden opportunltj  to Becure re-
i,   Curtain Muslin at less than     ���-*   price.    The
a -   floral and coin Bpot muslin. 4*- to 60 Inches
lied on both  edges.      As  we  say,  the  regul
,.. ,hi> week w.   will sai       ���  them at 22' -c
For i  .
j ffii-r::
The    I
min-t' '
plac.   todi
Cli.-.:....  ���
| Ida ; b ���:  ���������
. music  1. ius ���
! cents
lacing sa
This   ���    ��� ������ :
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in "A Knlg
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I ;   KUftS
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- va    work,   ���[���>..     i ���?'. a -i'       i i"   :
pntme .i- '   ���*'-.���: ��� ��������� ���'*���    *���'-"
��� ni   - - m "��� in-   ;i     h.
Hf,f-i{.t'   v ir i              ie    >e��ldenc<
.,     ..,. isa     . | -|,i-,    I   -e'll'
.ir   Tneadi
'KMf .    For t_rt   till i'  ���   ���      ���'������   "l!-'  '
���y   .-,- iiMni-t - m.    Davis * So
florisW    ' 2 ���������
:..   'Vest
Kr>_^<*^^^*^*a_*-��-��>*����t**fc��**,>***'t*>'*>***'*>*'*
.ANOTHER LOT OF *
. Dressers and Stands $
* *
SPBCIAL5 ^'HILF THEY LASI <
$13.50 to $S0 00
'-*""
:-,���;
LLtf*S
Mammoth   Furniture
.11.        f   a
,  1,
..    .   g ; iii   hi ���   ��� ���"'   '������   en.
,;.-   iin-   Do    nioi   ..- bo    -������'ii*.---"'-   -���
.... -I    -I       I'MI"
���'   ;-.,-. m     ,.-   Sf..- -
������ ��� ���   ���   "���'<    : ,
-.       .     . ���,.,,..          Knlgl
- .....���������(, bouse to
Lmpanuwi
.-.-,. ..MB..��v *""��'Vt_*.    WW*   (W_^tMJ>J*TEft   P  <
.���i.innnlte   LOrne  ��'*"*���'
"Wf..
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!'-a��.:."-��������       ������-���
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this Btock re    ���"  * ��*
.i    rr.f:l: S
���-.-..,- '���*'������
: : ��� ������ l.     ;
.   . i Krii.E-fit   t
a, .  .
.    . -a    t' *
. j hen
laugh  an.
-
Gordon's Drv Goods House
         -1
- .-
-
atari
��� '������������   ���   -   '
is. .-.
���      ���-      ���    I r.
Rev.
i
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Ult$
*. ���*
o lien
sln<*
b\ express
ok
<__������_��
Aii r-
or .- ::, stock n
n t ilai    , rice
choice  is   larg.
', house.
.....    ....
-
\ .   p. -.   .- j, -.- ��� ���.   ���
�� W - ���       . >. ������ ��������������> .   -. .   .
���  ���.���'.
to   the   K ... >,        -..    .    C<
as the ti v. thi
held . r
maiiinR good        ai   - tot
'Vancouver   retal ts    carrying    ������  -       S��v*ral _   ���  ���    - *>
i '.eis of fruit on as - on ....   .,; -.'.:,       i ���.   i
I hold   in   th.
ol next ��'. ��� ���   -v 	
The  s:<   n   b
Mrs.  G.   Jennlns
J|panied b; * v*s*;
1  lng Mr   an    M -   !���   :;   ���   -
avenue  fi
.
from Now York*
Suits���Nobby styles in the
newest cloths
B Prices rang"e irom
|$15.00 to $45.00i
Great  Activity  in  the
S
Kno. ���
C." cigars
a "lilt."
cover
f
...      OW   .
ind
lanKe
t   Department
, man.  mir.   -.��� ..  ;   and
I mines, ha'- ...... i\    |
.��, tha ���      al < -.-..i '*
All deal. I      B  (
1 ��� will      ��� ��� I
,,  Sport"    ' nu
', B^^^^^^*^**^************m***m*m*mm
tlon shou d    -      -   . .  in ..  n ll
ii,.     In inj White
Sliiles .-.-  Co., of 260 Columbia stre"'
an- the mos
., ih  and expertenci tl
t
reliable! **.
\
rr   I
iii-lil this . pi'... financial i |<
^^*^*^******%t hit! ���������������*<*1t\a*a*m*^mm*mm^mm*]
Higli  Class  Millinery
Special Showing this week
,\   m, el in ' v ���' ���-
Weatminetor  IVisfball   ���
THI* FASHION CENTRE
* . ' *>���_..a-U:
��� ���
.    ed oui   Blan n ������������    thia   season?    If
. our spec ���   exh  iH this weels  Remembe
Blanket  stock  In British Columbia.    We
eta ia thirty days as most larger stores Bell
3o gteal le our reputation ior good blankets,
. omer- -��� ad to   ;- toi  blank. I    from all ovi
We buj   dlri. ���   ft im  the mills and sell at
. y   tirn    I : I
11   ���
Mavor  Kear
his   bu d
ioked tie
tc   >i'
\    -.������������ hold
-
Blankets, 9-1 slse
Blankets, 10-4
10-1  size, from
from
ize.  from
.$3.25
$4.23
$2 65
... ��� eanil
^  n   mimed on. be ���!.-
of the  tlii*   toi    ol   ���       British    Co
i   Reflnin    Co     . I    ... imp in;
��� m. i   For  the   p i  osi   ol     efinlng.
I   . |  ��� icturln   asphal
turn,   lui ..  oil.-,  dlstlllat
... ases.     \ slt��
. been se. u
�� ll  ��� :   front a -���
conceit   " -' '   '
chili
,.,������ . ..-',.   URntiies    cl��      ���    ��    -1
-hed orsi   stall,  ���
'""! trull tre. i; on  full lol     I
and I      "-.    .      , , 11 |
:a, ... j   hns
port    Mood}     with
partlcul irs appl. !-' owne
st reet
\\
SEI -FECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY
******************* ***************************......a*
500 Baskets
Concord Grape.%
50c per Basket
lit tash Stores T. H. SMITH The Cash Stores
������*?":*������:":������-:���>������ -][:*���*���'
f   '���'    *���     ��� -��"    -������ \':���*-:['J-**-,y***y:***yj  ',;.������: ���������\;-.-^:i;*^:i_;*^:.,.''w";,v;,l.**��*'.-i..---.#t.-.--n  -
**0*UK*-J3*-J*o*O*O*O*O y*L^yJ*0*O*O*OO*0)*O*O*O*O*O
>^~~   . _., ...     -U
t :i meeting of the V. w   i*. T   0 .
held  M'sierda-.   evening, ai   the  rosl-
idence of  Miss I, Marshall   Brantford
street, ��� committee consisting of Miss
; V. Rowe, Mlsg \  Lore ��� and Miss Jennie Marshal] and ii. Saumiers was appointed to arrange details in conneo
Ition wiiii a Boclal whie.i it is proposed
in hold  earlj   In  November,    During|
the evening, a program, consisting ol
I a I'lann duet  bj  Roland and Royden
I Gilley,   a   recitation   by   Miss   Annie
THC
..,
The Canadian K
AND
The "Doctor Special"
i adian K" has an oil tanned water-
IMPORTANT
When You Are Sick
Thai  you should have the very  be :
attention     Sov ���.- are nol doctors, I ,,|- ���(,
er do we to be.   It's no    The
| our bu line     ��� lbe   we  prel        ,: '
lettln -   ���        docto    do that.    Where '""
I we . ..;..������ hen    ou  want    the
| |ll-e.el Iptl                ll [h   tW        ''..      .
ne] we co-operat tirin     about   a
cure,   i'       dutj .    plainly  to    give
ii  Johnston   ���-.- Idem
si,ii.'   im; Shoe li""- ;'  Um nd ,;
it   John iton, man i a |  of thi   Vn
ver branch, leavi  lo i iy oo a       ���- r ���
trip ovei Nlcomen i iland     I tt. j    il��
a. guoni  Qeorge  Ferguson   ol  i-'i.'d i'
ei li ton, n   ii. who li making an et
tended tour through British Columbia
and A.i i��!i    mr   Ferguson 11 known
.   as one ol  tile  h'"'t  ShOtl  In  the '';1  '
,'and hi. trln I" lniilnU  toi  tlie pitrpoW
Sorth and tha Rookies ************************
Tonight   at   the   Opera  nous.      v   ���        	
Knight foi- ii Day,"     musical oomedj ^ m************************* ****���***********���***���������**,
that   bentg the "Isle of Bplc " jl��
Public Supply Stores 0E0-.*DB*'*1*
OtliMII ��"���*'        **��   *���"���<"���"������"'. "��� c'
Pftnrt*    �����?
*,* ������**>
**************************
,,- . e.ni,  al Ryall's
lie,
On l-Tiday, Oci  30, ��� high clae. en-
.    tai���tnonl    will    be   given   bj   thej
, ,.,,���,.   ol  Boston   Mass., un-
I utspl I  the   Ladles    VW
w-(:.t   End  Methodtai   church
..;,���,.  which  will  '-""'!' I   "'
Irapersonatlons,    duets,    dla
i���Kues   recitations  and   iwslngs,   b*��
n in a large numl toil i
,N1| ���.,     a���.i always with entire��at.
T���"  \d.tti'-    "> VP\  I
Iputlans, being  onl)   IB ftnfl *
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l0 ,. stand of talenl and AhllltJ   *
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name for itself in B.C."
(.   }v*' have them for Ladies as well
see our new stock.
as
for
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md are willing *a
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j we will soPP-y 8ame tnt   ��f ...,.,,   political   pull   ami   the service
honii be reorganised, with a -riew
,,, ellmlnallflg uflliWWSW^ ft��bteiree��
[t    |s    recominendcil     thnt    sAlArU
hould be Increased from tr. to 20 ^r
cent.
,.       .ni   v    Ths  ltd "r "���"
appointed to ittvestlgate the
, tween ths Intoroolottlftl <<>'*
nml lti ri'di-ht  elferks, In a  i"-
tho   lalmr  (li-pattniriit.  nri.C'1
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Let Us Get Together
mg uik imurgMi In �� ������������'������������� ��������/��� ��nH ' sm 5J"
mensy to '""t*' "���' {,n
���  hlvl bun  wrltina  insurance here for ten yers now. and the
 ,���)��� t  ripMMM .re all reliable Canadian companies wh oh
need no lUlefllH �� *belr record, are a sp'end.d SvldetWO * the
business methods  and  prompt osyment  of  losses.
, can save you money on your premiums If you gi ve mei ��
chance, and at ths s.ms time will be making a fair profit my.��.f.
Let me quote you a rate on your old and new bus it***.
. SINCLAIR
rhe Reliable Shoe Man
DRUG   STORE
W ESTMINSTER.
iW
v g -can give you better value   on
,.,..,.,.,< than others.    We malw *
Specialty of this !!*���
DIED.
HALlr-At New Westminster, October
7, 1908, Margaret, relict of the lit''
David Hall, of Annapolis, Nova Sco
tta, aged 98 years anil 6 months.
Funeral ��rrangenicnt3 will he announced later.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
x ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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J. E. Brown & Co.
272 Columbia Street
Fall
Winter Overcoats
Our Overcoats This Year are the  Best  Value   for
the Money Ever Shown.
Price $12 to $22
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
    Clothiers and Haberdashers
.y.   ���w..i��..i-..ii_._.*a'.__,t'___)t...t.j>_...-i_.jf_._.��t_.jii-.ii..i*..t_> .. ._ ". ir, ib Jin '--";
1 for Sale ���:��� To Rent ���:- ftc. 1
Noti
WANTED���A   nurse   girl.   Mrs.   Dr.
.lones.
WANTED���-To purchaiae, 5 acres good
bush land, close in.   W. fc_. H.. N> ws
<j iiice.
WANTED���Furnished room iby young
man; close in. .1. E. C, Daily News
office.
LOST���Lady's English open face IS*
carat gold watch. Finder please return ������<' J. Bell, World office.
WANTED���Dressmaking; also plain
sewing dune first class; experienced,
Apply M. M., 492 Royal avenue and
Leopold Place.
'LOST���At lhe exhibition ground-, a
lady's purse, containing sum of
money and papers.    Finder will re*
I celve $���'�� reward on returning same
to H. M ��� News office.
ce
Notice is hereby gi7en lbat th(, Van.
couver Power company, Limited   baa
this day deposited i��� the Land Registry Office at the City of .New  West-'
ni,nster,   British   Columbia,   the   plan'
and  hook of  reference  of  the   West-
minster-Chllliwacl* Railway Extension!
from a point at or near lots one and';
two,   city  block   four   iu   the   City   ol
New Westminster, to Ab o sford passing through    the    Municipalities    of
.Surrey, Delta,  Langley,  Matsqui  and,
the   townsite  of  Abbotsford   in    the
District  of  .New  Westminster,  being
i section one, two and three of said
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief;
, Commissioner of Lands and Works for .
ithe Province of British Columbia.
Dated this Tth day of .\ugust. A. D.
11908.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor  for  the Vancouver  Power
Conipany Limited.
For Quick Said
���     Important Notice
FOR  SALE���Three live  acre   tracts,
three   miles   from     city,  on     main j
road, good fruit and vegetable land.      Tlu_ p]anSi profiie and estimate
On ou-   I  have a. cabin,  100 chick-'
eiKs, tools, etc.    Partly cleared. Will
sell cheap.      Apply J,  E,  W.,  ihis
office.
Two lots centrally located between Third  and
cleared and plowed.    Must De sold at   on'.      | _ Alll
cash.   This is the besl buy In the city todaj ' lv
I DominionTrust Co., Ltd]
THOS.  R.   PEARSON.  Ma.,.<_,,.
Real Estate, etc. Money to Lo*
o^o*o*o*o*o��co��o*o*o*o*o*o <_*o*o-��o*k* o*> cc ��� O*OK>��0
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I VEIL PINS and
I BEAUTY PiNj
AT
W. C. CHAMBERLIN  lf- ^
of
TO LET���Housekeeping rooms furnished or unfurnished, also single
room with fine view. Apply 123
Ninth  street,  city.
cost of the proposed permanent    im-
provement of Columbia   street    (including a main, trunk sewer, cement
sidewalks and    street   paving)    have!
been prepared anil placed on view in I
the room lately occupied by the school
hoard, city  hull,  where they may be.
Inspected    during    office    hours    by
parties interested in this very neces*
The  Longlni b   Wi tc)
and    Hamilton v..
Sole Agents for
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DELUGE OE BLOOD
THREATENS BULGARIA
WANTED���-A  girl   for general   house  Bary
work.   Apply   to   Mrs. F. B. Lyle, j
Third street, above Queens avenue..
TO KENT���Two furnished bedrooms.
Apply Arrow Press, back oi \i ad
sor hotel.
: for SALE���Light pony cart, In good
condition; or exchange for buggy.
Morley, Vancouver road, East Bur
naby.
local  Improvement.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
Acting Citj Clerk-
City  Hall,  New   Westminster,  B. C.,
August 25   1908.
Tenders Wanted
Crown Prince of Greece First Victim of Impending Mas- wanted���One experienced waitress
sacre of Rulers in South-Eastern Europe���Action of Austrian Emperor Condemned
Paris, Oct. 7.���-Coustantln, crown
prince of Greece, lia._ been assassinated.
Rumors of the assas Illation of
King Ferdinand of Bulgaria and the
crown prince of Greece ranched her'.'
late today and caused iiiieus,- excitement, Later advices denied the death
of Ferdinand, but stated that con-
Brmatlon of the murder of ihe crown
prim e had been received.
London, Oct. ".- The second and
culminating step in the Austro-Bul*
garian program for the aggrandizement ol themselves -u ilie expense of
the status established by the Treaty
of Berlin, was consummated last nigh;
when Emperor Francis Joseph formally proclaimed the practical annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to
the dual monarchy.
The present situation is t- fol.ows;
Turkey calls upon the powers to preserve to her what they guaranteed by
that treaty; Austria and Bulgaria
strongly declare their del . .ainatlon
to keep what they hav, taken; Servia
Is protesting belligerentlj against being hemmed In more strongly letween
two unpopular neighbors and against
having the Servians in Bo.-uia absorbed Into the Austro-Hungarian
nationality; the other powers concerned in th,- treaty are discussing the
holding of an international conference.
The English papers unite in prais-'
lng Turkey's moderation and in denouncing Austria.
The Standard in a lyplbal utterance
says today; "We are Borry tor the
aged emp. roi We . egret that bo late
in hie I ��� it* i'ii'i honorable career, be
bas chosi ii io sullj hla '.nun,, w th a
deed . ...    lown In history
a longs I li   thi   . ai tltlon of  Poland."
peace treaty, or whether the Invitation will be sent out jointly by Franc-.
Great Brit Min and Russia. M. Siwol-
ski, the Russian minister of foreign
affairs, will leave here Friday for London to take up the matter. 	
The  diplomatic  situation is  brieflj   WANTED���Two or three unfurnished |
Sealed   tenders   will   be  received   to
noon, October 15th,    for    supply    of
sawn and hewn fir ties for New West-
. minster-Ch-lliwack   Railway,   Clover-
and   one chambermaid,  residing  in  (lal., t0 Ahbotsford. also Abbotsford to
town preferred.    Apply Russell ho- chilliwack.
'���*���-���       Specifications can be procured from
FOR   SALE���House,   stable   and  two  Local Manager. New Westminster, or
lots,   cleared   and   fenced,     Second  my office.
street   and   Tenth   avenue;     price  b. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.
reasonable, and  terms easy.    Also,      vv. h. Hazlitt, Purchasing Agent.
two  lots  adjoining,  nearly  cleared.^ . ������������	
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
Notice to Builders
as follows; Turkey has virtual/,
agreed to refrain from final measures
against Bulgaria and Austrla-Hungarj
pending action by ilie powers. In the
meantime the cabinets of Paris. London and St. Petersburg are engag. d
in efforts to formulate a program for
submission to the powers along with:
the invitations to the conference.
Certain difficulties, especially on thel
side of Russia, who desires latitude I
for compensatory advantages, principally the question of the passage of
the Dardanelles, are intlr.at'.d, bin it !
is thought that ihese can be adjusted,
i onstantinople, Oct. T.���The council
of ministers iris decided io protest
against the annexation of the prov-
inc s of Bosnia and Herzegovina i>* i
Austria-Hungary. Protest will be|
made through  the  Austrian  embassy \
rooms; must ibe moderate; neaT ; Tenders will be received by the un-
brldge preferred. Apply Post Office I dersigned up to Wednesday noon, of
Box 732 jOct, llth, for the .-rection of a    two
"" storey   dwelling   house   on   Twelfth
street, lor .1. McNiven, Esq.
Plans and    specifications    may    be
sen   ai  my   office.
Lowest ot any tender    not   neces-
^a^jipg��^iy^. *- ���
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For   HAND   AND   POWER STRAW CUTTERS ��� AMEfl
CAN   or CANADIAN   make;   ROOT CUTTERS In
REVERSIBLE   SlICERS   AND  PULPERS,   rollei
shaft���and  In fact  all   kinds  of FARM   IMPLEMENTS.
TRAPP   & CO.'S   STORE   on     COLUMBIA   STREET.
large  ;tnd  varied  stock.
C. H. CLOW, Architect.
V E S T M 1 N S T E R EMPLOY MENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street. Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge.    Branch office, 107 Cordova  >i,n]-v *��-CeP^a
street we*t, Phone A 2750. Vancou-	
ver. B. C.  I .
-|Lower praSer River
lapanesc Employment Agentyic,-^, anJ Pai_
CONTRACTORS o
mnd translators enger oervice per
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly       no     %%T7 ���       *>���>
Furnished DO.    ravorite
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   ST8., I 	
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C. Carrying  freight  and  passengers to
In an interview here today Tewflki Phone 431- P. O. Bo* 885.1 all points between New  Westminster
Pasha,  president of  the    council    of ] | and Westham Island.
state and minister of foreign affairs,! fm m. ��-k *��. Leaves Urackman-Ker's wnarf daily
declared that        government ha I pro   1^311^0121 H \   fitClllC   at :: P*m- -'Xl-'el't Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very comflete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, bj buying from
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered  with fumigation    *
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,000 fruit trees ��|
can handle your order, no matter what the size,    lf we   bsTf *--|
agent In your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake fnr prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS. BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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tested against ihe declaration of Independence and had posted a notice to
the signatories of the Berlin treaty.
Canea, island of Crete, Oct. 7.���The
events in    Southeastern    Europe���the .across the continent���
Independence of Bulgaria and the annexation of  Bosnia and  Herzegovina America.
having  their effects  her...      The|    Through Dining Tourist and  Flrit-
RA1LWAY COMPANY
If you  want  to    enjoy    your    trl]>
Travel  by the  Scenic    Railway    ol
are
Cretans arc preparing
favor with Greede.
a scheme
THIS BATE IN HISTORY
i
Bi '��� . Servia, Oct. 7.    The    gov*
...idi. si ed   .ui  cnet   et
proti ���.   signal iry pov
Bi I'lin    .  . ���--.. n .
...        .......
treat)   In   bi lisiny   thi   occup
In. es ol Bo n ti and I Ier .eg    In i
step, it  '���   eontendc I  hi t e, will  ,
fatal i" i he ful lire of Servia.
The  Si rvian   parliament    hns      ��� n
summoned   in    extraordlnar;
for Oct,  10,
Parle, Oct, T    Official    advice
ceived  In  Paris indicate a  greal    il
greo of popular excitement  In Servia.
Purtber mobilization orders ha\   In   i
issued, .ni.I the reserves called to tit
color; nre sai.l  to be  150,000    li    is
feared  that   ihe  Belgrade govi i -..
in or.lev in savi   Itself, will be di Iven
lo embai li on   n   .1       -        nd i'i ntu
ni nin '   Vt   Iriti-H IM--.I
li   iii-   noi   "���;   been  tie.
powi r will take th    fo.'inal
In invltlnt    ;i ��� pov ��� .    to     ... .1
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��� . li in ���     ul     ihe
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land.
Creal    . . ike     along
tern     ���  ���'   ol   Soul h
erica.
-Thirtj two   lives   Iobi
burning ul the steamer ___. M,
Collins,  .mi   route   from   Sault
Ste  Marie !" Cleveland.
Franklin      Pierce,      fourteenth
president     of     ih<-     United
States, tlie I in Concord, vll.
Born in Hills).urn. N II.. N iv,
23,  1804,
Beginning of the terrible Chicago Ore, bj which 18,000
liulldliign were destroyed and
100 lives  lost.
Melville W Pullei took the
oath I.' otlii ��� iis chief Instice
uf the l*nl    I States suprem -
:' ' ���   ���     " , v    :
in I Class  Sleeping Cars.
Eastern Express leave... at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:2a.
For further particulars ana resent*.
"J   Cons apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent. New v astmlnstei
or to I-*.. ,i   COYLE,
Vest   Oenl, Pass. Agt,   v mnonvi-r.
' additional trip on Mondays, leaving at |
I 5 a.m.
Returning   leave   Westham   Island  7 j
.a.m. dally, excepi Fridays at 6 a.m.;;
additional  trip on  Saturdays, leaving1
at 5:30 p.m.
calling    at     Steveston    Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
1    Tickets mi Steveston an-, return 50
: cents on  Saturdays only.
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"Get-Rich-Quick!
Wallingf ord "
I A Story of Promotion.
PRICE
For Pleasure and Profit-
$1.25
HOST PERFECT HADE.
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TARE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (excepi
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages nt Carcross and Whitr Horse,
maintaining n through winter service
Foi information apply to
i    i!    ROGERS.  Traffic   Manage.1
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
7"ixio   door*   from   Geo.  Adam*,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watcnes from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch*"   ipen
face. ��6.00.
Gentlemen's Si!ier Wiitclies. doubli
case, |7.80 up.
Anent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, mpplled to the Welhnan
\-.,.-,<: r-   , mi ������     Ml warranted.
Chain    " ' -        ���������'-. ���"������'-. etc,
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
THURc.o^y
OCT.
aint
This is a good time of
year to do
your
Painting
before the wet weather
sets in and jthe
dampness
gets
into the wood.
Holly wood Paint
"Wears on the Job, not
Off."
Anderson fe?
Lusby
BANQUET TENDERED
METHODIST BOARD
(Continued from  Page One.)
knowledge of their capacity io speak
for themselves.    Many of them were
strangers to the work ,mi<l he would
take the opportunity to speak on their
work.    When  he  came  here  tirst   he
I was told hi   waa going to bury a dead
I horse.    They had  seven  students  en-
I rolled, and five not in  residence, and
I upon his arrival two picked up their
'���satchel-   and left.   Last  year the en-
'< rollment was over 250, .and occasional
Students   brought  the   number  to  319.
���He  thought  he   was  right   in   saying
that  ten years ago the college had a
bigger debt than property, and while
today there is a. deficit, and that belonged  to .Methodist  organizations   in
order to keep them orthodox.  I laugh-
no visionary ideas, high hopes for th*1
future. He. was absent from tbe recent conference, being laid aside by
a severe illness, but he had happily,
recupi rated under California suii.-liiii'
and when he returned he found before
him ii program which was startling.
However he was not deterred. "I
propose, gentlemen," he said, "to manage thia institution to the-best of m_
ability, I propose not only to do that,
but also to psj for eleven very desirable portraits that we are going to
hang in our Institution here, more
Methodist heroes in oils than hiave
ever been put up in he past."
Jubilee Endowment Fund.
With ihe assistance of the denomination throughout the province, and
some who were not .Methodists, they
proposed to raise $100,000, a big task
when it came to be raised, but the B.
C. conference excelled every other
when it came to consider the amount
per capita given .away. The results
of the fund were very satisfactory so
far.    They   were  expecting iwo more
ten. while now if they sold out there   cll.lirs   t0   be   established.      He   had
j would be from thirty to forty thous-   stron��� reaaon to believe tha one  *sys-
! and dollars to the good.   They would | tematlc  theology"  was   assured.    The
i agree they had advanced financially
The  Curriculum.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T, A, MUIR
&C0.
""* PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, Nev�� Westminster,
Referring to the wide field covered
Iby the curriculum, Principal Sipprell
remarked that they had commercial,
i musical, theological, science, engin-
I eering, physical (instructors' departments, and they had been successful
in graduating five students for the
r.rts degree In Toronto university.
Columbian college had led for the past
ten yean. In the matter of higher education, and they must remember there
had never been more than nine or
ten instructors, but they were worked
half to death to deal with so many
students. They had hope and ambition for the days to come, and in that
to some extent lay the assurance for
what would be accomplished. It was
men of visions who had stirred up
the people, and built up the strength
of the body politic.   Visions they had.
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUR
?   '-��, BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
PUR PRICES ARE RJliH]
Rates on work of any des-
C.'ipt_on or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
baily News block.
New Westminster. Phone 3)0
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"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is lik? the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
-William Jennings Bryan
WE WANT
EVERYBODY
to-know that the place to buy,
Aire Home, where you get al
either   tor speculation,
City Facilities is
or   a
Five
QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER  FRONTAGH
PLANKED ROADS
DITCHED LAND
SOIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
INDUSTRIAL SITES
ALL  CITY   FACILITIES.
Call and gel our Price I.lsi  al once, as this means  dollars to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88 -1 Of>
*  * * ���������::��� ��� ;;���..���.;������.::-������'���-�����:.:-������::���������������-��� ,��� .*-*;*..,* *y*y*?:f*^*r*#*i
* Electric
Service
^ lnterurban   Line.
��� Curs   for   Vancouver   and    war
��� stutions  will  run  every half-
��� t."nr   from   6:60 a. in.     Lasl
car leaves at 11 p, m.
(I.art  car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
l.'ars leave the depot every
twenty miautea for both Sap-
; ��� rton and i Ity limits over the
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 ,a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at. ten minutes after the hour,
half past an.l fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:;io
a.  in.
educational institutions from coast to
coast were of the greatest value tor
the influence 'hey gave over young
people. Their educational institution*
were strong and helpful factors In
the development of the civic and n;i-
tion;i! life, i Applause.) Among those
who had assisted hini more unsparingly was .Mayor Keary. Principal
Sipprell concluded with a fine peroration urging high ideals and .-.< loft)
ambition as the encouragement for
their future work. He was loudly
cheered on  Sitting  down.
Educational   Institutions.
Kev.  Dr. Carman spoke on "Educational   Institutions."     He   has   had   a I
very   wide acquaintance  wiih   ali  the
leaders  of  educational   thought,  and
he discussed a; some length the varl* I
ous   colleges  from     Newfoundland   toj
the Pacific.   He explained that he was,
mainly responsible for 'sending Principal Sipprell to the coast.   Every educational   institution   had   its   struggle,
, there  was no exception.    The  vener-
I able   preacher   was   much   applauded i
; when he concluded with ,a  wish thai
the  college    might  continue    in  the
' coming generations.
| Need *1 the Future.
���i'i    Dr,   Sutherland   made   perhaps   the
*r  best  speech of the evening.    He was I
T amusing, descriptive, and impresslvi
by turns.    In an eloquent description j
of ihe vast possibilities of the prairie
provinces   and   B.   C,   be   SAld    they
would  be a questionable  blessing unless   they   are  controlled     by   people j
worthy   of   the   opportunity.      From
those college :-"1 universities would1
come the leaden who were to T)6 lis !
tenul to lti the future, and who would
guide ihe d<.stiulo_ o{ the nation.   He
thought Iht'lv inject should be to o_-
lain mors Statesmen and fewer poli.
ticianit,
T\ R. Pearson, as treasurer of the
liOard of directors of the colleges welcomed the City council and other visitors. To make Columbian college
a success it would need the united
and hearty efforts of all.
Speech by Mayor.
Mayor Keary thanked ihe directors
on  behalf of the corporation  for the
| invitation.   The banquet was not only
1 exceptional in Itself, but a banquet of
oratory.     In  New   Westminster   they
had   a  city  of homes     and churches
(Hear!   heart),    They had a few edu-!
cationa] Institutions established here,
one   of   which   was     ite-   college,   for]
which   he had  always    had   a  kindly i
feeling, bul   especially  sine-  Principal
Sipprell bad come there, and he had I
always  held  a high    regard   for the;
principal's ability,   The speaker mention'-.I   thai   the  morals   Of   'Iiis   city
compared   favorably   with   any  other
city in Canada,    He understood there
\. as a de .! of $35,000 on i he college,
and he would be plea ied to ������ ... .f_!""
towat ' . learance, $|nn .... h  year,
i Applause i There was also ihe promise "i assistance towards he .-';i-
ence department,
Hon,   '.''    II.   Cushlrtg.   mini ter  of
public  works, Alberta, followed,      11 <**
said  : Inn   as i he  Mi i hodh i  chin ch of
j Canada catered for aboul one third of
. the l'i"���'���. Ian    populatIon,  lo.  pointed
��� oui  how  Imi ortant  It   was I lu:   their
, work   should   he  well  done.    I Ie  was
: ..-lad io be associated with the general
missions'  board  In  their effortB,
Rev. Dr. Inch, superintendent of education iu New Brunswick, expressed
iiis pleasure to speak as ihe Westminster High school competed for the
matriculation examinations of the
, New   Brunswick  university
Re..  Levi ilurtls, Biiperlntendenl of
education  In  Newfoundland,  was  the
I final   speaker.    The   pi'oce. dings  ter-
, minated with the National   .nthem,
I
r!t> line
6unday   Service   lour lifiurly he*
tween 8.30 a.m, _i -.*, 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
**********     *.*?":*
* * * .*:*���* *��� * .������::������ -.��� ��� ���
Wiv-v.t Qloc.ide for Lack of Cars.
Winnipeg, Oct 7, All twelve elevators al Indian Head, ihr |a]. ,. |
wheat marketing point In America,
are filled Tl e hoard <>i irade at -
special mei ting �� n ; l\ m \. ,, te, ol
the C, P. R., ihnl ilu , mn ��� hav.
cars.    A serio IS ,    ,,u.     .,
-4 Choice Selection of
Ladies'
Broadcloth Suits
$18 to $30
No extreme styles in this special range of New Suits, but just
serviceable, well-made garments
that are assured of a popular reception.
They are all this season's models and are all tailor made. Tne
work upon every suit is as good as that upon suits double the pric-.
We wanl to show you these special suits. We would like you to
examine and compare them with what you see elsewhere. Colon
are confined to shades of navy, brown, and green and black. We
show them In semi and tight fitting back coats, with braid and
velvet trimmings, long sleeves. Skirts are mostly nine, gored, tlared
and trimmed with Idas folds. Sizes from 32 to 40. Prices are $18,
$2'.'.50, $25.00, $27.50 and   $30.00
Coats in All Sizes
for Children
and Misses
The children  can  be suited here      Bring   the   git'b;    '���    >���&
them have the pleasure of choosing a coat to suit them.   This   ������
prices   are   exceptionally   low, and   thei-,-   .- gain     we  : i:,,tt   n  !
range than ever.   Wo offer special  values this week   m �� arrivals
at
$2.75 to $13.00
each
Warm Coating  Materials
for Children's
Coats
\ !,,,._.,      ,,.,   ,j|    uitable coatings, in such materials as Bearskin,    brh
1*1���U   nomi   puns.  Heavj   Blanket  Cloth, Bedford Cord, Corded Velveteens,
Broadcloths,  otc,    We show these various  terlals in a full range of coin
led  -ni,i  make up the children's coats.     _sk to s*>e these cloths.
,-i.
l-'.ini
All Kinds of Jerseys forBo^s
Boys like out Jerseys because they are good  looking specimens of ihese P��l "
again  they  are  made  for all  kinds of wear and tear.    We carry all sizes  for boys  troi
KINK RIBBED JERSEYS, In navy, cardinal .and white; extra line quality;   i'l;"" aD
$1 25 to $2.00, B0YS'   ���*I'*AVY   JERSEYS.    Bach 6Dc to $1.00.
, ii yea".
Bad
Collister & Co
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