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 Shiles & Co
REAS* ESTATE
cluinbia St.
Phone 85
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NLV.
I:,; :,; :      ������   -,**, EDNESD.Vi   Ji .      .CTi iBER
FIVE CEN rs PEP COP"}
it PIACED     H-�������     S(iCITY 01 [OOP     !ELECTRIC LIGHT NOW   |��0K ORGANIZED INTO     HEAD Of MILK TRUST
a:,    :nifiii
Lire Deben.
issmenl
Case     for    pre
Jury���Civil   .
Presented    tc
Com-
A
I
rill BeAp-
MINERS    USED AT CHILLIWACK     ATHLETIC_ASS0CIATI0N,   ss mm ]{} M
  Training cl  Young L '   ��� ' <i?u^ ,      	
!   Oatmeal | Half]   .   Ired Homes in the ,' clubcFomed Yester Man who w^L    imental
cers   Elected   for   1909.
W<       . ��� i ���-    pound     Va Havi   .'A dern
i.i.:. stalled.
lOll.SI
Ihe   '"    ' ���     "
I'1 rynian
i
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un
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ti   ��� ��� lng
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pectin        id    ated
for j Chilli
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iged   ���      the    onn
In   disti Ici, a c
com  ��� i..
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ol   . Pn
.
... club
went      ,       ��� m.i -!. , ' objeel
neetli ce  fo
the li
���    ���    - . '.'
ir! di  will
...          room ol
in Raising- Price of Lacteal
Fluid ii. Seattle Gets  I
Deserts.
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11
fori    . , ���
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coun
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^^^^B H.irvey  vs.  Harvey.
i      I'roc .      Id i
Mackenzie
group    fi :;        .... ,i ���.;, nd
I for tin VI
at  50 i
a   75 i   ���
���   had a    that	
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,   hi   '������������ ird  Kti
Vi     .-   listricl    .    .
rood part ul* th i Vlad
tn li 'i'.i     n< '
.   '   ... - u.ati
ti ������  -   ��� .   camp an-   ..
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mer of co
to  del       :   ��� .    .,���   w !i  a   he
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ball  fi . :.  ki
.all  and      ������;'!.. '
ten  da;      ti
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...
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wh
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ai
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.. iproved I	
��� -,,     OIL-BURNING   LOGGING !ianiiS>   and   hj    ,,���,   llme   lhl.   freight
LOCOMOTIVES   NOW   USED   ... ,   ,,. .   th)   . ���A ���  ,,.   ,, ..      trans.
iriz��.; ��� he atlon cos;   ha    reached     ���   enor
-'  al a   poll
Control ct
Elma, Oc    2.      rwo largi  oil ,,,,,.,   mm 0f $50fl  ���. ton    Prom Dlsch- The -' ervlce, supplying    botl
Civic  Finances. ing logginf   ocomotives havi     een in. aka)   ,()  ophar.   a   dlstanc   of  about light and power, will not be given un
I be neci        tn  ' "     ''    ra*lroad ���'   ���'���' 190  miles,  the cosi  ol       asportation tjj    ,|,, 'rmaneni  equipment    Is In*
K    i,   specially  to ,L'nlon   L.-"*****-*i   company,  located  ten 0n general merchandis,    - r   cents a galled,
���    of  an as-  l;'  ' ''   Elma' and the>' Proved pound.  ���
	
.    i    st. Andi -       Pres
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ". '���{'���,. .!.  I  I
R ������_   Lam, ,   -
rrapp    vici
secretary-   '
I array, Ki nneth  Gunn,  H
... on. John .A mstrong, Don Ti
Thi    i !;;';i   ? II
..     .. .,,....        ��� are now in progri       foi
h,    mention    being   ''������*    tn<      '   -   '     ">'    a    compel
to op, on a nighl service,  ' ���'��'* P^-cal drill    Instructo
bothi '	
FEARFUL  SUFFERINGS
IN   DEATH   BY THIRST
umui.f.i.   oi   an   um- | "",v-"*  *"""���  "l   -"'""���  ""**- ""'-'   >""*'"   pound.
timisBionei    who   should \veri   satisfactory     Wood and coal as      "N mining district in tht   world will
I  _i.._*^_________________Ha_a,l     ,1 n a, ,._, r,��, _, ___________-_-_-_------l ________H_________________________________________________H
n that  cot
Los    .;.. ��� ' -   ' ii i   27.       Dying    ol
.   ���  wesl nf Death
.   al    ;,'   ca l ol
��� rs, as an ,,p-
ad,. by Nov, l.
��� .    a  mo ���  Impoi -
and he w Ish*
end.
very satisfactory     Wood and coal as      "N mining district in the world will!,,.,-�����,,,.   vniUDTV ,n    '""   W(!rt ret OI ue��,u
fuel was found dflngerot ���     h 8tantl s���ch pric.    for food, particular-1 TAI 1 HtUL  III I AKj I Valley, R. F. Pratt, a prosp-cto    ol
ol    ie danger ol spreading tire. ..   when   M   ,,  slil]    ,,   .,   pr0spectlng                 OMIT  rnUCCRCDlTlflll the  Grap���   V"1'' 'UmvU'1-    '"*     v
Nearlj  all th,    ,ig   fires in the Grays ^..,L.       , ;���,  Vno,(a ,,.,���,.,K1;h- v,il:                        OiNliL blllMlLULllAI lUN Mountains,   ound  bj   another  miner,
Harbor couutrj   havi    been  traci I   to ,         :i    ,���,                                                                   left the record of his sufferings on the
Bparke from donke-,   engine;   and  loco -ri,,   ni-ORrPntm*.. were driven nm Ol I _*._. .,
,...,.��� ' ''��� "   '    n"ven oui "l   pourtstri  Seat-   Have   Never  Changed
motives.    With oil as fuel there is no;,,,.,, ,.<���,���,,,  |a8,   ,,;���,,.,. by the sea-  '
^^^^^^^^ danger whatever from thlsaourci   The       .   n( (lllh\   and undoubtedly will be
e.1  |f ii   wa to "u  :"in"'!   Introduced   In  thi    n    In ,    ,,,  ,,, :,.!X,. ,isain this winter."
| wot!*.-  of  lhe     ni.hi  Timber company; ^	
I   '
Political   Complexion    in   Forty
Years���Seven   Each   Side.
are the Ars. ol Ind        ������    tse I
���      m -..    '"' ""'' l    ;''  "���"' -- lh'  ,; :"    M'
tm   appll    bor ''"���1��:,'>.
...    mosl    fai        It Is proh
com . rns ��ill   ise crti le oil as fuel in
-, ; foi that rea              ���""'" " ' ���      ' '"*'''
��� as fixed.
:onveniences.                      AMERICAN   FLEET TO
���    OH   01                                          RETURN TO    ATLANTIC
ri com men  ���
.,   ,. ;   lie   con- Tokio, Oct ,',       Vlthou    I I       Villi l
. in  !',,,-;  I left I ere foi   Manila and
i, In the Bq in. . Ina,  thi on created   ij  thi
Oic.   ...   uc    :. - ���  .' .-   of   all
..   . ii    Inion I'.i tiw
SQIIAN'BERS Bifi FORTUNE
THEN HIKE. BALK NOHTH
lefl the .',| ord of h.s oiiffei Ings on ':
pagi b ol ..   liary foun I by his 3ld
Print.   , lng     Informed   tha
the trip v..    a dangerous one, starti
for   Moja .     a I foi s* . eral  laj
��� d ia linding ��ater, I!<��� .
enti red a region completely def
ol mois :.,    a   . lo I  tils waj.
Her     i ii ��� .  .,1   t!h    diary   i on-
tains cntrii s fa i bi c ime lllegibl   i;
,���-  follow s:
"No   wan      .' iayr    M u      gei   over
ii xi  range   " dn i mj   trail ba, k.
Things ale ad  look bad
li ;i -   Erlckson wi
W. A: Burnam,
Murra .   ''    r   Kal erg, A.   W.
erg C.  John on    advanced
the price of milk la     < U tober    The
other defendants hav,   noi   i, en
���;. rm '..���   nol ce    .it
i      - ��� 'i-   supr, m,   court.
SUPREME   COURT   CHAMEERS.
���ni'- court  chambers   ������������-'
Chief Justice Hunter.
:;,   Mellis.   Order for dei I .ration   ���;
title.   G. E. Martin suppo ted th>
plication.
Isidor vs. Gilchrist, For ��� ��� -' ol
trial, decision reserved, and for new
trial, dlsmis ed c, E Mi rtin for
plaintiff. W. Norman Bole, K. C. for
.I fendant.
Jane vs, Turnbull, For sal*' ol
land. Adjourned till nexi court day
G. E. Corbould for plaintiff; W. .1.
Whiteside for defendant.
In re ratrick Graham, prisoner. Order absolute for habeas corpus adjourned till Oct. lis. w G. McQuarrie
for plaintiff; R. Cassidy for crown.
 I,,,; . . . .ui. v*iiiited-
"Biily" Campbell Hits the Racket Trail   .      ion  and oth,      which ba\
Once Again   In   Search  of  the represented throughoul the same j, ^      ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Veilow   Metal. i period  0)   Liberals. ...^    ,,,, j lny trail.   S'o water now Greenville hospital, William  W.Wick,
������del- ���- -*-���' -" <"     ��'��������� I x Portland, Ore., dl   Ial      local hotel
PORTLAND MAN DIES AT
END OF LONG JOURNEY
Greenville, Pa,. Oct.-7 -After   trav, I-
Ing  more than  ���' I  mi es  to >"e his
broth, r, A. L. Wick, a r, tired   tanker,
��ho  I-  tn the  poin    ���     d< at,-,   at the
 iWiiai    cli;.".' -    li   -
. re  in   ���ic
Tacoma   Oci   .'T     William x'   Camp        ���       fourteen distil.
one oi
.- i     avered
; hell, who  ins  spent   u r,.,    ,, Al>    [u ,,,,-,.    par!     all       ��������� '       h'
for two ... ys, Am about  all in.    Will
to hold oui through tomorrow.
"i c. n':  stand the pace.    Have 'efi
m>    grub    and    blankets.    Am  going
��� .   bo i*3 aftei  hi-s an ival and bi -
for,   1  - child vish his brothi r.    Wick
achi d   le. re  at   2  o"clot     yest  rdaj
'l .md ih,
'ina. the impression created   iy th,    vla���ka pro     ,         fwr prerious metal    hav,   so long cherish,                           blind   with   this   sun   and   beadache;    llorning   and   retired     in   apparentl)
lltudc of  Hi.   i i'i"  of  lhe   t'nited , struck it    ich in    the1    I'mleton,  South   Lanark,   Easi   Mid-                    ,.;.:lf.k..,i   and   bled-      ,    ... ,���,,',   k���i  when  he  was called
nd tongue   cracked   and   blee
!���>   VV    I'-      states toward  the Japanese Is still ajCo_. ,     1;il,.,  listricl and    H'ort)   Mile jdlesex,  l-.a-t  Orey, South Simcoe and   l*      '^^ ^    water today or I'll cash
'   :'   wou  !        niattei   ol commeni   bj   the  Japanese  pountrj     ,, ; venrning .,,,  ihe delights'East   Hastings, in Ontario, and Sher-     ���;,
rec-elghths  ol   and vernacular press. |()f ,.ivj|iz ,,���,;,   30id ,���,,  his claims to-brooke, In Quebec, are still the same     '     ^ ^ ^    )(^ ,eg. ,,    <nu.y    aI.
nili  up Inside ' ���       \ repon from Washington to tne ef
leet,     with     tiles   reel  thai   Presldeni   Rooseveli  has or-
. a.    �� iii automatic  ,|. red the  Pacific  Be,
I'll,    ci'iiimiue-
;. ihe -anil. r.\ In-  s
lec-u
i   io  proceed   to
ill,   Atlantic ocean  to  partaki   In  the
.  .        spring   manoeiivers,   ilms   temporarllj
Ii   Mahoney, plumb-  evacuating    lhe   Pacific  ocean,    has
������   would    i  jusl   created   a   profound   Impression   here.
���  ���  sever. -pii,   newspapers all commeni on thi*
����������'��� l   thai  th,   reporl   action as .m Indication thai  (he Anion tho tabl.   for f
n   exploration   conipany   for  $150, j.     ,���gholds for the Conservatives thej
hi.-,:' been throughoul the pasi  fi t I
one j i ars
Carleton count;. ai the door of
parliament, ha.. n< ver r turned a l-''11-
eral member since it received a  par-
I
""���   erican people have confidence in  the
of
r0D-'"'.> ati a    The <i;e was too  slncerltj    of    Ihi     protestation!
tii. ndsbip ,ni   ,h.   pan  of Japan
uuded     While  ho	
��� . Bonn tLin" nt  the
... public, and
 ��� ci Ion*
MURDERER    LOCKED ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
JAILER   IN   HIS   CELL    'li      ��"-. '        ' " ""
cash and returned several weeks a_...
in San Prancis, o and Southein Call
fornia, arrived In Tacoma yesterday
with Just . i i ol his fortune left, He
is on   his ��aj   back  to i .ir Kloud;. ke,
It's   lough   luck,''   be  said,  "but   I I'Ham-ntary    representatlv,    ovei
am  .:,.:n_; bneli  there this winter    to
rei i '��� \.   m\   foi i ime.    I  shall noi    be
such a i.'ol again
i -.imp!" li  is  ;i   picture ique  chai ac
'. ,   iii,<    S\.ii",uti ,- Hill" Oatps, who
Liiiin ��� !   and  -pi nt   $2,000,      ll,   has
, ctt'-il    t everj  mining distrlcl In
though Pratt had previously foreseen
hii fate nnd left a request that noti-
ii< ation of his death be sent io hi*,
brothers,
OFFERED   r-GRTUNE   TO
COUNTENANCE    LOTTERY
enty years ago.
On   the other hand. Lotbinlere, B, i
,1,1.;-, Chateauguaj   and  St. Johns, in Dulu,h- M!n"-   0ct' "T'   Th'   ll'a';'
0.,.!..c, and   Xopth  Oxford, South  Os '*' ex-Governor John Miller, of North
ford   and   South   Perth,    in   Ontario, Dakota'   ;"':'   y��terday.   recalls    the
hav.   boo, ualh   constanl   in    their famous   lid,;  "^^     ''"    LouM*���
,.��� ,   ���            ,,      , .,      , lotti       In   North   Dakota.     Mr,  Mill' r
���   ence to ilu-   LibernI cuusi.
  li .1 the fighi    gain i  the lottery, and
th,   sto     Is told that a n ,   ���    ntatlve
I of the Into Mi.  Miller's
i     ,- alth,   iut  *.- hen he was called
ii   was   li. rne i    he had  'lied of
 lexy,    \\ h k was ''-11  years old. It.
is   feared  his  death may  hasten that
ol in- brother.
ATTEMPTS  ABANDONED
TO  RAISE  SARATOGA
Valdez, Alaska, Oct. 27.���.Attempts
hav ��� been abandoned to raise the
steamship Saratoga, which was
wrecked on Bushy island, Alaska, last
... ��� ar,
M Williams, the diver, w ho has
heen working on thi wr ck, has ani*.
i ,:>��� ��� .ijcct and Baj ���-' a- re is no
di. ii-., ni raisin" t.ie vessel. Williams, from his ln\*i itigai ions, miiks
th    i nglm - are in as good eon lit on
 ��� Temple in One Piece.
^^|     u,717.    lien,.-,   ll.-./cl.: Damage   by   Typhoon. ,:���,,,_,,, >,- ,   :7     Tl,.-  .',.!;.   ��� | A"fflce'Vd "laid  d.nv n  a  su!.  case con* l^. ^U^. v,, ,. but. they
iiltic'.il dispatches j |n   ihe  world   whase walla,  floor    ami ^^^m ___________________��� v ..,.i.
,v ho   wn    io  bavi    been    enn uc ,i
\s || -    iiii
-______________________________________________________________________________________________________________k.,l
Tn. ,,!i..    foi    I lie   u lei    "'   Joseph    "
��� a :   und   in ,
Silvn    la ������   iiIrIii   eftecied   hi
'I^^K^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^K^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M
II       u    a
ciimi- \isil ���'   ���     ���       are ol  mr      dn  le    pit' -     >��� '���
in ,���  the ���.��� i ened yi Ble da.,   ai  Oak  Park.    '
taining $20	
i .h
orth salv*
Silvn    la ���   ah lit  eftecied   hi up   '- , > ��� ���"   ������<-������'���   "���   "'   ���
r"1                    ,,.Ail,..    till       ,a  '            '             K     \                                           "' ""���''          "   ':"'"i ":     "'       "          '   "   "                '"        '                         '                         ���'-"' '     ha'''     -
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���"   !'  i        .    .. du   .       -' no :'""   ��� ��� ;    ni '          '        .   -
'
M,,   i      n -     ind in      -a
,         '   :    . ' !���   I'    :    11    .    .'     .     r    V. ,|..
i i wny  to tli    hills
! . .....        Iieli! b,
i,, v,   |,,,, ()|   door In I  c .lai km       ���   ion Dudli     le '
,i  ���   , ,,      ;, , ,    ti      i'l.'d  ".ii., the cell     Vs
. ,     ihe    lullci    si   ppod -in, llnzel   ���
i,   ii i ���  in- '���' I     "
,, ,       V  |iO    ,.,.���,,..,.' -   'ic   i    i in
,    i     ,,,       he fii [Itlve
'-'"   ;!'        I       HEAR   HYMNS  OF  DEAD
;   ���     i SUNG FROM   PHONOGRAPH
���    n  ii  . I reet
... i
,.,,, Further Returns Show
ig Liberal Majority
i'' .   -     ... ou will       mil
.,  entei   ' I
^..^^HK'N'D   GUILTY   OF	
^^^^-^^ IMMENSE THEFT
tii     Hon
���     . . ni
W 11 1
1        ,,, _    i ,
1.
,.i    Sit    .. Ill'rid   ',
i      istitlned l larger majoi i
���    ihe     mosi  enthusiastic
,.,,!  eXp,,  . J     The Conservativi s
,.    di ,i ,.,-..   from   the  defeai
 ___________________________________________________________________________________________���:. i i    ,..|, Victoria, 	
������������������*""   '"   l"-'       Sow   York. Oci      :..     U,lu,,J"|h ,     ., n-5 showed;  but now it I New   Brunswick
liaa   """ l|""1 "'r - w'ni1 '"'"" '"' ,        ,. ir I om    ertaln thai such willINova  Scotia  ...
realdeni  of the Kra-   ...i .*  ._���-.   n     Hunkev.    ih"    """"  M   ' l^���
__________________________________________________________________________________________���
i 'I unci     All
.-ni   i .. ovei
GRAND   i-     IKS   WILL ,, ,,    ( |aat
__��� . i.      ,i   '���    SAWMILL   ,. . .
!��� rida i  on  two   intllci
the  i mbeza raction   ot
A c0m" < J I6*t fl       ���-. ,    and   ln-
I..   a   ia  ;    ni   ��� I   ci'.��� I   :-��� Ll
i. :    11 nr ...     afti rnoon,
'"^^^^^^^^^^^^^b   i placed
'! ' - iin'J ,aPpli;   ���   ' I   '"   a   I id   la '     ulict-
t'r.r   '  ' ���'���- I'fl	
cliirns   eomini;-   In     from   lbe   i.  ���     Quebec  Centre,   untl i I in a vi
Bruce  -Non b, Grey L n d ... eci <���,,..,
West,    Vllddle   ���_    liast,   Northiinibei-*   sa,vmlll   vltb a capacil     .,      1,00    ;    I
land  East, and  Perth South. :,,-  rl   ���      I'hi    mm   Inerj   and   appll-   (]._   ,,_._,   uu   ..  _���__,_   ���������   ,���..   ,	
'i'i lection returns to dai    ti ,: .,      h   .     -��� n  purchased and work n,ent(  charging him  with   the  mlsap-
j will  be commenced ns soon us ; ���   I       ,     latlon of $1*1-1,000 In bonds.   Tho
Ind    ....     rho oliicers of the companj are:|.-    .i;(_ ,,,|,,,.,, .< \a ,IU hour,
foi ows ���
"'""' '" '"" F'IPa'|vo,ce '"' l,VJ  "'    S"'k"V    7 A "A, A A the m    Whatever happens, theJQu k,
*av i itln��  evnm     .vhh   again   heard   Sunda    mi ^^
Lib. Coi
.11
i ,,
...'," i i
I,   |   Hregi a n, of t Ihlongo   ,. ��� sldenl
,; ,,    ,i . .      ol   Chic tgo,   vice-pr,   i-
,,..,.;   ff,   VV.   Hul lng,  ol   'dn matlne
'   ----p-"*���������"* -���     ,   ,    ,. ,   ,,,,,,,   mtiioi-itv will hi   bo near that a scrutl- Ontario ,   .
n  ���      i'"on   ... m m the Simpson VIotho I necessary. | Manitoba   .
-. i ..    ih -  .;,  im, .i.i.,,    Strang* Ij    thrill   I.
ii       i      , ,..   ;;-, -  j,  Ln ihi inn r,  of Chicago,
c.   M   Trip,   gene al   dli -
ip   Ralph   Smith   ��111 return ' Sa ka'tchev i ���
, |   . Bentative of Nan    VI! i rta
in  Brooklyn,     '';    n
ml    '"       I,,,-,    .ne r.-.;.i!ion   heii'-l   '���'���    '   ' " U	
be improve    ,he well known voice n ^    j;);,, a ,  n|.   ,    ,,    Hawthornth-j British   Columbia       I
,,     ro. In, Ial  So,    lis    leade ���       Ince  1 il
        ' , :  were nf con, Tol   I         :.       ;
^^^^H '"i'ii"
rlcl    polla_d ' n   Mo ...    ,   ,vill   b ���   found   i Two
. -,   . ml     are vei to com.  In. i i
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THE DAILV NEWS.
WEDNESD,
[LECTIONS THROUGHOUT THE DOMINION
The name-' marked with an asterisk   (*)   arc those of members of the
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bown returns are not to hand.)
QUEBEC���SIXTY-FIV��   MEMBERS.
Constituency. Liberal. Conservative.
.;.,,iei���i       P. it.  McGlbbon    *G. H. Parley (M 200)
u,,,,,,     j   r��� Marcil illi    T. C. Casgrain, K. C.
Baauce ... '-  *Dr. H. S. Behind (M 200
Beauharnols   L. J. Papineau  (E)   ....*J. G. H. Bergeron.
Bellechasse  *0. E. Talbot  (M  1100)  , Charles Vezlna.
.V, Bcrement Ol '.''���v>"1)   ������ V. Allard.
'Hen.  S.  A.  Fisher  CE)      )*'��� A, Olmstead.
W.  N. Cotton  tlnd.l   	
..���Charles   Marcil   IE)    ���������   A. Beauchesne.
..���Victor Geoffrlon  (M s,"'��   M. Archambault.
','.   Ernest Degulse IE)   ���������   P. E. Blondin
L,  Bergeron       <:R. Forget   i M   2	
..���J.   P.   Brown   (E)      C. Lane.
E. Bowin   (.deferred elect j. Girard (Ind.)
,.*A.  B.  Hunt  CM   300)   ���������   R. II. Pope.
E   Roy   CE)    Hon. E. J, Fly nn.
--i.s. Liavergne  CE)    --DeCourval.
..nt. Lemieux (deferred ele  h. A. Chollette,
,.��L   \   Rivet tE)       Louis Coderre.
,.' jameg A.  Robb (M  '-""' hH. N   Walsh.
V, ii. Dardurand  *F. D, Monk i Ej
. ��j   A.  Dubeau  (E)     J. Gibeault.
,.*Ei papointe CE)    W. A. i,->t\in
Berihior	
Bro me	
Bonaventure	
Chambly-Vercheres   . ���
Champlain  	
Charlevoix 	
Chaleauguay	
Chicoutimi-Saguenay  .
Compton   	
Dorchester   	
Drummond-Athabaskii
Gaspe	
Hochelaga	
Huntingdon  	
Jacques Carrier	
.Toilette 	
Kamcmrasaka	
Labelle  E. C. B. Major CM   11!'    Hector Chauvin
Laprairle-NapervUle  *Rock Lanctot CE)       S. Beaudln.
L'Assomptioi      p. A.   Seguln   CE)      T, Panguelo.
Laval     Charles A. Wilson  CM 7��J. E. E. Leonard
Levis	
L'Islet 	
Lotbiniere 	
Maisonneuve 	
,M i. klnonge  	
Megantic  	
M     ; iquol   	
Northumberland ''-ast
Northumberland West
Ontario,   North   	
Oni ni" South  	
Ottawa 	
Ottawa 	
< Ixford North 	
oxford South 	
Parr j    Sound  	
Peel  	
Perth .North 	
Pei Mi  Smith  	
Peterborough East ���..
Peterl. rough West
Prescott 	
Prince  Edward  	
Renfrew  North   	
Renfrew  South   	
. F. L. Webb
.���J.  II. McColl IM -'""
���C L. Owen.
C. A. Mun.-iin.
C.  W. Myers  (Ind 1.
.���George I     ��� -;;-:     S' s  Sl*arpc n-:,
..  l-\ i,   \r ,-,   ,   |E) Pi 'er Christie.
. ii. Met; .' rn (B)    Thomas Blrkett.
Sir \\ ilfrid Li    -'''  (E)     Dr. .1. i,. chabot.
.   |.:   w. v    Ui - ���'��� I ;"'  ������  D. Quinn.
��� *M. S. Schi.   iM 98)     .���    D. A. Sutherland.
. ��r, ,i.  \\.,    ii   fames Arthurs lEj
��� 'E. G. Graham   -"Richard Plain (Ej
��� ��� .1 P. Rankin lE)   ��� -*A. F. MacLareu.
��� -*0. 11.   Mclntyre    ������ M. Steel.
-. E. A. Tanner '���  A.  Sexsmith   id
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������*E. Proulx iM ^;;'-"    Jol*n A. Gamble.
CENTS A BAR^
The best Laundry loap
sunlight Soah
  Dr. Currie (E)
H. C.  Mullen (Ind )
 Harry  Hair	
    Thomas A. Low (E)
Russell  Charles Murphy (E)
Simcoe East 	
Simcoe   -North   	
Simcoe  South   	
Stoi tnont   	
Manley   ChCW   CE)
��� Dan Wilson 	
. Dr. Camp ell (E)  . ���
- Robert Smith  (El   . ,
Montcalm  ...
Montinagny   .
Montmorency
Montreal���
Ste, Anne
"1.. A. Carrier (M 635)  ,
. .1. B. T. Caron 	
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*F. T. Savbie (M 500j .
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*D, b. Meigs i M 37) ,,
(*,. E. Ford  (Ind.)  	
.*F. 0. Dugas (M 300)   ..
Cyrias Roy (M 175) ...
. ,;,., rge  Pan at   (M   100)
Bourrassa  (In; i,
.���Eugene Paquet   IM   113)
.   L. I'. Pelletier.
. Dr. C, .1   Coulombe.
.  L. J. Frechette.
.  Dr. F. M. Piekel.
��� 11. li. Lesperance.
A   ilibell  i lnd.1.
(I. O. Alcorn.
������Gerald  White  (M  550
��� John Mackay.
J. Gamble,
��� 'Wm. ii. Bennett.
��� ���!. A. Currie  , \\  :,,,,
��� *H. Lennox.
*Ti.  A.  Pringle.
A. F.   Mulhern   (Ind.).
Thunder Bay-
Rainy   River
Toronto Centre .
Toronto  East   . . .
F,  I'm   (Soc.)   	
���������.lames Conmee (M 800)  . t. h. Keefer,
��� ��� T. c. Roblnette  ���Edmund Bristol Cl-li
���A.  E,  Kemp  (2362)
.!.  Russell i hid. i   (3086)
..  W.  II.  Shaw  *Hon. G. E. Foster i.U'.'l
.. J. G.O'Donoghue (*-������)       "A. C. Macdonell (2 ������
���J,  11. Duthie Mnd.i   (1620)*E. ll. Osier (3295)
��� 'Dr. A. Wilson   "Sam  Hughes   (E)
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A.  Hiiliei- i [mi.i.
��� Sj 1. Mo; er   *George Clare t M   ��� ,0
*.*W. M. German   (7    ..    Ceorge  Hannan.
-.*A. M. Martin (E)     W. A. Clarke.
Wellington South   *Hugh Guthrie (M 530)   .. John New-stead.
Went worth     \v. o, Sealey    M -    . ���  W. II. Ptolemy.
Centre  *p. b. McLean  Thomas Wallai e (M 50)
Vl   ���   North    ".\. b. Aylesworth  i.M 230 John Armstrong
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JEWELRY
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W. D. Burns ' Labor)
.. CH. B. Ames i M 300)
Henry  Dally   (Ind.).
SI   .lames   *H. Gervals CM   1519)   ...  N. Glroux.
St. Lawrence   ���R.  BUckerdike   (E)     H. A. Ekers.
A. S. Martin (Soc).
SI    Mary   ���Mederic .Martin  (M 900)   L. T. Marcechal
Nicolet      Dr. Turcotte (E)  A. Sevlngny.
Ponttac   G. F. Hodgins 'M^li  ..���G. H. Brabazon.
r rtneu ���M.   S.   Dellsle   iEi    ....  L. Stafford.
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East   ���Sir Wilfrid Laurier (E)   . Aid. Tlset.
West   ���William   Po-weT   W. Price (M 24)
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J. Ia. Ralston    Edgar N.  Rhodes  (E)
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Dr.A.W.Chisdolm   i M  943    Dr   H. C. McLeod
.���Sir F,  Borden  (E)      n. W. Eaton.
'A. K.  .M  Lean  (M 370j      s. c. Mai
4l--'.  M.  M - lonald   i Ei       c. E. Tannei
���J. W. K te iM  223)        . !.. Ferguson.
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i   li.  Houston   (Soc.)   .
SASKATCHEWAN ���TEN   MEMBERS.
  tl   Turriff   i M   I         C.  C.  Smith
I;. L, Richai I on (I
  I'll iliipa:- 111     i i. i Dr.   .',
         IJ     N'eelj   i Li    lame.   Lit!
  L. Gas]    (M  127J
II   I! ichanan i Ind, Lib).
:.     Lice.. ,.        ,    '     .,.,i       I),-.    Wlll oh r
    v    jj. Kuttan (def*       .    ,i. McKay, K.C.
 I    T,   Brown    ���R. S   Lake t El
���.   W   M. Martin  (Li   .     . .    Aid. William   u
    II m. T. McNutl I. c   Miller i E)
         I!    L,   McCravej   i Iii     . . M.  A,   Meluni-
/���LBERTA���SEVEN   MEMBER8.
H'   Stewari    *M. S.  McCarthj   (M  66j
F, ll. Shei-man ( Laboi i.
Hon Frank  Oliver  i E)      .1. li   Hyndman,
���*��� B, Md).m,ii,i ���John  Herron  t E)
Simmon        C, A, Magrath  i M 200)
Dr   M. Clark i iii    George F. Root,
11     Mclntyre  i E)        I-:   W. Day,
i   G. Anderson,  i Ind i   .
H. White i E)      F, A. Morrl ion.
BRITISH   COLMUBIA���SEVEN   MEMBERS.
��� ��� *V.   ..um  sioau   (def.  - le   Dr, Qulnlon.
Smith Curtis (def. elec.)   A. s, Goodeve,
* ������ '!;     ii Smith (E)     F. ll. Shepherd.
���Ml  Hawthorntnwalte iSoc.) ���
Ro ��� rl Jardine '��� D. Taylor i E)
B.McInnes   (2928)      Geo, li. Cowan (1332)
Martin  (Exclu.) E, T.  Klngsley  (Soc).
ii   v\'m. Templeman ,   G. H. Barnard.
In   .mid	
��������� *Dui can   Ross    Martin Hurrlll.
Imperial $7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.30
Terminal $5.50
McQUARRIE k CO.
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Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining- ^
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Telephone 12.
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�� lot in Grandvievj overlooks the Fraser River and the Gulf of Georgia.    Thecal off
line beta        Ven; Westminster and Vancouver* over which all ofthe interurban trams will run,
passes right close tc this property.    You can secure a lot, fronting on this tram line, if you come
early.
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tlP,TI IUT BLUFF        of my rigs to see this property so that vou can judge for yourself as to the advantages of
THKOUGHTO OAYUGHr Grandview.
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fronting on the tram line.
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THE DAILY NEWS    )
PubiisDed ay the Daily News Pub-
Ushias Company, Limited, at their
offices-, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, .New Westminster. B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 28,  1908.
THE    AFTERMATH.
The jubilation of both parties of
Miitiii-i\ gave place yesterday niorn-
lng to serious thought. As the reports came in from the constituencies
not heard from on the night of election, a pall seemed to fall over this
city, realizing as it did, without piarty
distinction, what an error we had
made, In placing ourselves in opposition with a member who has not the
faculty of meeting the other side, or
oven those of his own party who differ
with him in any way, in a manner that
would indicate that they have any
right to differ wi h him. No more offensive partisan could have been
found to take up our cause when as
a constituency vve declare we are not
in accord with the policy of the goy-
ernment. Manj Conservatives realize
now thai it is too late, that a mistake
haa been made, and that the progress
we had hoped would continue, will be
long deferred, iand values quickly he-
Kin to tumble,
The bitter attack upon this paper
with reaped to our reports of meetings held during the campaign, shows
thai the serpedl has not lost his
stiiiK. At the outset we secured an
able man as reporter, who is ,i new-
conier to Canada, a man with credentials of wiiich an., newspaper man
mighl i'e proud lie was instructed
i> send in faithful reports Of Mr,
Jardlne's meetings, uncoiored in an>
wa.i, so that wo nil''.it present purely
as news what occurred. We have
everj reason to believe that he carried oui those instructions to the letter because we have received new
subscriptions from old-time Conservatives on account of the truthful reports given, one gentleman from Chil-
I - ick, who has for twenty years cast
hi ��� ballot on the Conservative side.
< lo dn . his letter ���*���; h the statement
thai "he was Ired of reading T iry
.V li ive 'In- citizens ol thl ���
cil    li for 1 hemselve ; ���-> hich pa
pei   l .,.   the conei     reports   ol
lint      anil      ��� have no fea    as
the \.  did     I n no i i      n as   . JY
��� ��� lited, and   thai     hich   Is  considi
il comnici     ,       not allot    I I
- idi    ... ' he '   ��� it re si
lor the ed iti it is
ich comm nl ������ litori tl   Vtj
Thai .    ick is   m a pai   ^k>i
ier-ek'1       fn goe    tfj
Tv\
the    truggle        ���   t       hal   JjJjf
Into  \J>
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can ho ie       when  i^S
e   Ottawa   o   narl   k,yJ
ta
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the Libi                   nenl   hol Is    the )Yl
i lew  as tl       .--I lb;    i C '���     '��� J^/^
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"thai '���                 iot feed the fe^Jj
Tais C^^
-.' hen   . ���      ��� ��� ��� gentle
;.
rhou I. who
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turned a safe Conservative seat into
a very doubtful one. Mr. .lames Davies Taylor will please take notice.
and while doing so, remember that
every one of the vilUfled ministers
are fully endorsed by the electorate,
witli the exception of Hon. Mr. Templeman, and even he will sit for Victoria, if we are not greatly mistaken.
This must lie very gratifying to the
members of the  Cabinet.
There can hardly be any doubl hal
the Liberals have entered upon another twelve years of power, pOSslblj
more, and by the time the general
election comes again we may have
repented of our folly���ir we do not
get the opportunity much earlier.
Injunction Against Labor.
Boston. Mass., Oct. L'T.���The supreme jiidici.;)! court of Massachusetts, making a permanent injunction
againsi several labor unions todaj.
ruled that labor unions cannot Impose fines on their members in ordei
I to force them to go out on strike
jH��_-f~H~H��H- ���^���I��^���;n^���IH^���^rM^���H^���^'I���H������H-^���^'H���^��� *-h^-��;~h*. ���.. ���.
Orville   Wright   Almost   Recovered.
Washington, Oct. 27. ��� Orville
Wright, the aeroplanlst, who nan-owl,
escape! death during a flight at Fort
M.w-r. Va,, five weeks ago, will soon
in- al le to leave for hla home at Dayton, Ohio. '
HOLY CITY PRESENTED
BY STRONG COMPANY
Plague Epidemic  in Azores.
Lisbon.    Oct.    27. ��� The    bubonic
plague has broken out with redoubled
violence in Tercelna, one of the Azores
Islands.
Play  Founded on Greatest Tragedy of
Al|  Ages Brought Tears to  Eyes
of  Many.
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ANNUAL
MEETING
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Get the Habit
"The Holy Citj" was presented it
the opera house last nighl In a _u._i.-l-
Ing manner by a strong company oi
Shakespearean actors. In the first
act, Salome's dance of death was the
chief and almost s artling incident,
and Miss l_.ii Hi More) certainly
know., the art oi effect, The familiar
names of John. Marj Magdalene,
Herod, Caiaphas and others were personified, If not to the exact life as pictured in the min.is of Bible students,
still in such realistic force as arrested
and calK-d forth the admiration of the
,>:dience and in some cases the tears
of the spectators of what may be
safely termed a faithful representative
the Divine tragedy, the central figure
of which was by a thoughtful provision
only indicated .by "Ecoe Homo" iu
limelight effects. The whole play was
well staged and well acted, but mention must be made of the beautiful
finale cousistin.: cf a transformation
scene of the Resurrection.
A
Full
Gamblers Won This Time.
X.-w York,   Oct. 27.���Sol.    Litchen-
stein, Orlando Jones and five    lesser |
known  frequenters of the  racetracks
were discharged  from    custody,    and'
the charges of violating the  .Agnew- \
Hart  anti-gambling    laws    -were dismissed yesterday by Magistrate ';���������-���
'liar, of Brooklyn.
Dinner
Pail
We cannot fill it for you.
we will sell you one tomorro
(tomorrow   only.,  a   splendi I
tin   Dinner   Pail   for  only   30
cents.
How is that for a Special?
Beat it if you can.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
iu;  ���' ir < ish    an I sell for the
ON
Friday, Oct. .30
at 8 p. ul.
the Annual Meeting of the
New Westminster Liberal
Association will be held in
the Liberal Club rooms for
the purpose of electing officers for 1909, and the transacting of other business.
J. W. MacDORALD, Pres
W. J, CUNNINGHAM, Sec.
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GEO. A. SLATER'S "DRY SOX."
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upper leathi r of G        i        our        I   re
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THE "DOCTOR SPECIAL."
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wai iii      i boot wi   big] l ���  recom*
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P.O. Box 755.      Opp. Royal City Mills.
ROYAL  CITY
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Store, Offi ���   .ml House Windows
Front Street    Trustjg
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Wee;, or Month,
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
GEO. COX  & CO,
Cor, Columbia and Cam trvon Sts
New Westminster, B.C.
Choice Meat* at
Central Meal Market
Corner Eight.! .-it.  ��n0
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Qlllett's l.minn-h Bine,
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presenti d, wii ,1 tan in ma io thi  el   t lif             o man
fee!  thai  tin   : .!��� -. nl    ,;.     Inti               i Hi
cousi  w 111   ii I in i ...   ths ui in
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ca  ped   .i    the   VVILL  MKS C   ;,'"as*-' c'ail a; this of'
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pref< rred.    .���Vppl-,  after S p. m.
Dailj   Xews offic .
, .   ,     Colum ���;...    Orienta    eithi tarlH   ti: h .     and
.   used, al such low  wages that   i liile I        lum eniun    of  Wisconsin WA.NTED���A nice Japanese boy  who
American u     -. ���     iloyiiis white labor and  Uliinesni.                   i     tree trade, understands  English, wants posl
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will   argue   furtli r   ihai   ihe   cost   of I the                                                      '   ������ liott      Sapperton, IK- Asa.
logs is t.-.ir 1... . -   ti Canada and    that) si '��� ��:'-    ���	
the   Canalian   Pacific    railroad    gives  wanl  the Unlit' ievi ��� I. WANTED���Nursing, or daily work b>
che.   .,._.,     ;<i  .,,    Uii,|,,ie weiternj     1 .i tli.    P,          ������     t  Hunter Manu* Englishwoman.    Apply Box 937.
tes than  do  either    ihe    Hill    or (facinivrs'    i           tto.i     are     sixteen
in    addition    toi
A'Phone
Will Bring Coal
tn .our plai'- jusi as ; :'imp!Ij
as we can g< i it th< ���< \Vi
don'i ca '��� how you ���!ve th ���
di ;'. i'.mi.- in person, mall us a
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or call us on t he phone, In
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and i ;��� .���!..��� ���-', 5ou ... . ,id in
your cellar.
GILLEY BROS.
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their lumber to that   len llory.
Canadian Millmen"s   Committee.
TO I.ill    Furnished bedroom,    Apj
!;;���.' Dickenson street, the Crescen
Harriman   railroads    mi     w.iiili     thelCauadl   in     i.i'i
American lunibermen   'I  pend  to  ship  th-' Ami      . m ers, and these are
ociation taking    any
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The Pacific Coast  Lum  er Manufac- It-ffort* ha��i    een unsuccessful and the
tureVs'  associi i   ha     received     ''''-   fighl is lieinp conducted b> a commit-
-,     which   .-   working   secretly,    sol W-^N'TED-Family washing t,y doz^n
tha 'In Canadian members of the
do not Know anything of
its work The Canadian members ofl sme ,jrico aud apply t0 B()x i:
thi association are all exporters, and .\...,, Westminster
in ihis I nsiiii s< the Ann ;ie in aad
Canadian mills vv "1, In comparative
onj, Thi |ie ��� ��� n a ��������� of ex ioi -
lum .     ' .; ine -   In   tl is  .fate  is less
formation thai John !I- ndry, of the
British Columbia Mills Timber and
Trading company, of Vancouver, and
R, H. II. Alexander, secretary of the
i ; Columbl i Lumber and Sli'.ugle
Manufacturers' association, of Vancouver, have gone to Ottawa to rep-
n sent the lumbi rmen before the Dom
inion povernment, and thai lhe Cana-
WANTEDGood  plain    sewing    ma-
done.    Apply  Mrs. J.  Simpson, Ash
.-uv-;. p. o. Box _i;;7.
Ap] I;.   -', this office.
WANTED���Two dozen tame    rabbits,
dian Merchants'.association, of Ottawa,  than  20  pet   cen!   of  lhe  home bus!
WANTED���By a steady carpenter,
work; wages reasonable. Address
Jas, Goodeve, city, or apply at Mr.
.McKay,  286    Columbia    street,     bj
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Christmas Cards. Printed Greetings
with your own name.
A beautiful line of samples can
be seen  now   to   select   from.
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
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meaning not more tlwo. ;. ��� ��� n ,.-
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of  road  allowances cros ��� .    d tl
measurement.
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News Dealers -..iibe Klven to -he (-'f"n;";
minion  Lands nt  Ottawi
ern   Canada  in  tin   ia   "   lighi     Tl -in.-s   tha    th.    Bghl   again-st   free  WA.\TED���White waitress; Bo.���i wn-
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JUST OUT OF COLLEGE
\ think he's Hi    i id  '
First  Ade  to  the   Misus ���  of the   English   Lancjiurie.
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th< loim     ���    ;ina from   the j    .ul) , (,jd yo(|
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i,    of the    Pi   les iu s:.in_" fame, lias   ii  .li- ���!.    I  wi
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"It's   >t range
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TU RENT���Two furnished front bed
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Windsor Hotel, or 287 Victoria  St.,
near  Library.
WANTED*   \   niii-s.,-   girl.   Mrs,   Dr.
Jones.
nd WANTED Sales agents. $36.00 per
week or P"! in r cent, profii All !
ate that samples, stationery and ar; ��� a;a- j
cess .it, logue free, We want one p rman-l
"The t'-.lb'.,.. Widow" ii his more re- ent agenl in thi.*, localltj foi the!
cent wo li f.-t Oui of College," largest picture and frame house In
..: nos to lh   <>���      liimae Oct.      America.     Experience   unnecessary.
The presenl   management   of  the
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth   Avenue   and    Marion street,
SEATTLE
| Deputy of the Minister u' i '.o\
N.   B.���Unauthorized    it     -n
this   advertisement   wil!   ;.      ���  ,,i|
for.
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any   Wl
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-..     in,   niahi   ..n!
We Instruct you how to .-��� II our
goods an.l furnish the capital. If ;.ou
want a permanent, honorable and
profitable   position,   write   us   today
Bold   Diamond   Rohbery.
 H I (li-!. Vulua.i'ii-      <U_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���Young man,  you  are uow pa .sin*,   monds   worth $51    were  stolen   bast!    ''"*' Particulars, catalogue and sam
���     iugl      , io     erlod of your;nighl    rrom    the    residence  of   Mn       i'1""'    Frank W. Williams Companj
lif.      I  thin     .... on  the level-    n,,,,    ��� wealthj   woman of this city.|    nu w- Ti,yl01' Street., Chicago, III
\-ou  don'i known  I'liough   to  Im   an;   j Manj peopli   were In the house al the
thin? else." time ol    hi   robbery, which i- said to
Washington,   wishes   to   announce that UNIFORM   REASONABLE
it \Ti._. will prevail ln the future,    regardless     of    conventions,
World's Fair, etc-.
RATES
Synopsis ot Canadian WmtM\
Regulations.
Bii
TO   LET    Housekeeping   rooms   furn-
  Ished   or   unfurnished,    also   .-ingle
"What   do  you   think   of   Professor  hav- been one of  the  boldest  in  the      room   w|tj,   lim.   vjew
Ninth   3treet,  city.
history   ol   tin-   i-'iv
Apply   121!
Room   $1   per   day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50   per   day up.
Room   with   bath   $2.50 per   day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
If rates have seemed unreasonable in   the   past,   please   give
this hotel another trial;    we will   promise     to   send     you    awa.
thoroughly   satisfied.
All are outside rooms,  with  hoi   and  cold   water,  steam  heat
and  long distance telephone.    Bus meets all trains and boau
CARLETON   dlLBERT    Mgi
FOR SALE    Llghi pony cart, In good
condii on;   or  exchange tor
Motli
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Vancouver  road,  Ea ���   Bur-
V E S T M I N S T E R EM PLO. M ENT
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AGENCY���Under new m       emenl    \\\ 11,  w,. are doing    a good
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Lla, may be I   tnesteadi . * "
who is tin   -ni,   bead ol
any male o\er IS ;> ��� ^^���
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Entry musl  be n   -
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which   tin   I in 1   ��� '1
proxy may. howevi              -      '   ''
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
OCT.
BOWLING
MUST   BE   ABLE   TO
SEE   INTO   SALOONS
The bowling match between Bry-
son's and Mulrhead's team lasi evening resulted In a win for the latter's
team by 126 pins. Silver made the
hii best  score,   157,
Bellingham,   Oct.   27.���If an   ordlii
ance Introduced ln the city council at
ihe  request of  Prosecuting Attorney
Peringer is passed, the saloon., of tli
tii> u ii! ha ..' ;.' hire a few carpi uti
Our Stock of
Heating  Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Thitrsdaj   night   Hughes' and Suth- and   make   :',::"'  radical    changes  li
rland's teams will meet. their d oi-  and win.lows.   This ordin
A team will leava here on the ,;::;"  ance demands ihat all doors and v,   ���
car  to  compete  with   Vancouver tliis  Hows be i i iat on Sunda;
..  ning, consisting ol  Emery, Hughes, and othei   In     on which  thi   saloo
A.  E.   Hnl.    k.i hton and Carver. are required '" close, anyon    maj
Tonighl     lie   much-heralded   game  able to se<   the i       ,   (loor of the   ..
.,   ���'     i*.   !'.   R.  boys  and  The  room, with   tii.   exci  i Ion    of
Xews   staff takes place. constructed In i      rdi ick  with tin u
  dinance,
3ryson's  Team. -  .
t        2        3    Tti.  Ave.   TEMPLEMAN  WILL   INSIST
Monk    ..        ..109     122     104���335     111. ON   RECOUNT   IN   VICTORIA
WTllette   ���     -.136    115    126    ::77    125 j 	
Cameron        .115    129    135   379    126
;:.   wn     114    102    LOS    32*1    I0S
Brvson    --    ��� ��� 121     130    150-   104    134
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Vii toria, B. O, Oct, 27. No protesi
has yel bi en (titered against Barnard' i
' lection b- a majority of flve, as the
official declan tlon of the poll will noi
made until this afternoon, ll
Templeman is noi det lared electi ,
,,. , his  executivi   c nimittee  dec! led   la I
it!.   .Wi'.
,_  night  to enter a protesi
..110    136    157���412    137
106    156    149-410    136 .   " ;" ''"'      '":" affldavlts   "'
,. ni"' pre] an l a '��� ging crooke I woi'. >
I ���' ir  S  '��� age)   ���3io    12a ,, . ,,���,
.,_. i He pai; ol two well known gamoli
.'_    ,_ '    y'   ^l!l> by mean   of a blank  balloi  an l
; mom >   brib* d   some   thirty   or    fori ���
Mulrhead's  Team.
1        2        3
194;
long horemi n
FARMERS   ORGANIZE
TO   RUN   COAL   MINE
We Have
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ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ei;ard Block, New Westminster.
Pest  Office   Employee Arrested.
Bellingham,   Oct.   27.���Accused    of
having robbed ;';'   registered mails at.
the local posl office for the past thre*      Sllverton, Ore.,   Oct. 27.���-Believing
or four months,-A W. Hadly, 50 years j Unit the hills south of Silverton con
old,  for tin., last  three years a letter j tain  a  rich    vein    ol     coal,    Bevera
carrier of Bellingham,  was yesterday  farmers hav.. organized    a    compa .
arrested  and  placed  in  the city jail,  and will sink a drill within a few day,
According   to the  Police, Hadley  ad-  with a view of locating the vein '_">
'mils  his guilt, but   wil! not say what uave  leased  1200 acres of    land    ad
lhe did witb the money stolen.    Had- jflceni to the city for a term of twenl
ley   merely   vouchsafes   the  Informa- years.    Prospecting Is    in    operation
tion   that   he   doesn't'know why  he under the supervision of    Chief   En-
stole,
gineer Berry, who recently establish.
the Scott's Mills mine.
Election in  Switzerland. 	
Berne,  Switzerland,    Oct.   27.���The | DUNSMUIR  YACHT
election of members to the National
council  was  h.-ld  yesterday,  and    the
result   leaves   the     present    politicul
complexion   of   this   body   practically
AT   SAN   FRANCISCO
San Diego, Cal, Oct. 27.���The steam
���    ��� Dolaura, owned by Lieutenant-
unchanged. The radical left wing re. Governor .lames Dunsmuir, of British
tains a large majority, The Socialist j Columbia, arrived hove today. The
representation remains the same. The Dolaura left Quebec August 6. and
people have accepted a constitutional j made :' successful voyage around
amendment giving the governmenl in* (';i;"- Horn. Anions those on board
creased authority and control in the are Robin Dunsmuir. son of Lleuten-
mattcr of the development of water- ant-Oovernor Dunsmuir, and Sir Mau-
power in  Switzerland. :i'"' Bromley.    After coaling, the Do-
_ .  lama  will goto Victoria.
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THE       DAILV       NEWS
To  Decide Status of Caviar
New   York. Oct. 27.���Importers    ot|
caviar have brought another test ens.
bi t ire the boar 1 of g< neral appraisers
in an effort  to finally decide the si..
tu* of thai  article under the customs
laws.     A   red nt   case     was     decided
against   iho  Importers,   who   claimed
Three Cardinals for America.
London, Oct. 27.���A dispatch from
Rome to a London news agencj says
the Pope has decided that a special
consistory shall be hel I for the nomination of new American cardinals
Fitter the organisation of the Ami rlcan
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that   the   authorities   erred   in  listing I diocese   and   that   lhe   United   States
caviar  us   tish.    They   claimed    that  shall have three cardinals.
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caviar,   while   the  eggs   of   sturgeon,
was no more fish than hens' eg;
poultry
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AI ladies' Hair Dressing!
Maseage  and   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner of  Sixth   and   Columbia.
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^ Interurban   Line.
�� Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
��� stations  will  run  every ha.lf-
��� hour   from   5:50  a. m.     Last
��> car leaves at 11 p. m.
��� (l_ast car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
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ay Cars   leave  tne   depot    every
+ twenty  mtautes   for   both   Sap-
�� perton an.*",  city limits over the
��� citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram ���
office on the bour, twenty mm- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- *,
ter, commencing at 6:20 ,a. m. ^
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
(Three Years With .1. A. Lee.)
j has just   opened    and    solicits    your
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave-     patronage.    Furniture   made   to   any
at  ten  minutes after the hour,?   .special   design;   office  and   store  fix-
half past and fifty mtautes after ���    tures; aU kinds of furniture repaired
the  hour,  commencing  at  6:80 |   j ,,irst ,.,...... workmanship,
|      D- V. LEWTHWAITE
* Workshop: 26 Alexander St.
(City ('anlage Works.)
Sunday  Service   natrnourly  be   >;*
tween 8,30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
BritiaSh Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
P.   O.   Box   304. House   Phone   B 29.
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WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE ?
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J25.C0 ri ; ts on Fifth avenue, r ,,���, ern,
S22.00 rents on Agnes stre.-. 6 rooms, modern, jusl rem ���
520.00 rents 5 roomi d cottage on  Fourth 3treet, modern, fine lot.
$20.00 rem.-- on  Columbia  street, near Crescenl   G room
S-18.00 rents on St. George street,  6 rooms,  modern
S18.0C rents   7-roomed   house on Third avenue.
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Oei  thai piece   .
burn '
Don'i        ive ...
Christmas   you ivon'i I
then
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have  'i   vei j     good    i hi ,<���.     .,
boxes     in     assorted      de
Boxes     are   the   mosl   po
things    for    burning,
they are tin   mosi   useful
See Our Window
Display
Prices away down
at
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Forty pieces of dark Wool, Homespuns, Tweeds
and Plain Cloths in plaids, stripes and heather mixtures. Weights are most suitable for Ladies' Suits
Skirts, Girls' Jackets and Boys' Clothes.
This lot of Dress Goods represents just that
much overstock. They must be cleared out at once.
Regular values are $1.25 to $1.50.  All 54 inches wid'
On  sale this  week, per yard
95c
Excellent Choice in
New Waist Lengths
Hundreds of pieces ol   Blouse Materials done up with Bultahle length  therein  to ma
waist    These lengths place ,, great varletj before you at a glance.    Materials  shown  are    Lustres, D<
la.nes. Nuns' Veilincj, Serges, Cashmeres.   Chalhes,   French   Flannels,    Fancy    Stripes.    Spotted    Flannel!
and Dela.r.es.  etc.    Vou  can choose  tr   among this special  range  walsl   lengths .it    90c.    }1.   J1._
$1.50.   1.75.  up  to $3.00  each.
A Special Line of
Children's and Misses'
Coats
$9.50  each
'���  si lection "i   thlrtj Coats, in sizes sulta ile  for girls    It) io
old.    The materials most  in evidence are  Heather  Vllxtures, Che I
dark colored  Tweeds.    Trimmed with velvet collars.    Braid, strap]
tons and all finished throughoul in thai   |>er_eci   manner    peculiai
���-virtuenis     Al|  Bizes  to select   110111 in one or other ol  six   -i, les. $9.50 ts:'
In the Children's Coal Section are man,   n.-..  styles ol !'������
Cashmere Cloaks,  Tweed  coats and Serge Suits.    Ask  :>. b>   shown
Hew   lines.
Boys'   and Girls'  Athletic
Jerseys $1.25 each
Not ih, ordlnarj Jersey, with the heav.i wool, but an exceed
Inglj high grade quality of Kngllsh wool, ,- used In 'Ins pecial
line. Two ;.'!���> ni ribs In weave are shown, and a feature of
pecial �� irth Is the facl thai the colors are absolntelj fa Then
. ��� ai those mosi pi in.] comfortable iKisslble, Coloi a ri . - i ciird iii.11, na ��� ��� A'h I to und mixed nurdlnu] und �� hit.
. mi   tin         ml   a hite.    Besl   lingli. h   nml ������     Km li $1.25.
Quilted Satin and
Sateen Linings
TWO   QUALITIES
Quilted   Satin   Lining   $130  f
yard.
���|-, ���, ent} - foil i   to 27 lm   ���
iu si,... ', ellow , bim
flood   " .';l!l
Quiltad  Sate* n  Lm
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An Underpriced Line of
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
$3.95 each
The in.; rpductionn of this Benson are in the Milliner} Section. A|i-
iiari'iH in this special line of Hats, Iwenty-flve Hutu have been placed on
sal', this '.��� '. n ihis low price, regulai values of which were $1.7.", to
$....",ii     Your  choice   this  week,  each $3.95.
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