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 p, Sliiles & Co.
,RE INSURANCE
^ESTMINSTmB��
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
FIVE CEN rS PER CO PI
r*   I
kC.tR. PLANS FOR    |
GREAT DEVELOPMENf
Immense Power to Be Developed at Lake Buntzen���
Tunnel .May Be Enlarged.
HON, FRANK OLIVER IS
IBBE6ULAKLY NOMINATED
Unicrupuicus Tories Would  Take Advantage cf Technicality to Capture
Seat o* Minister of Interior.
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ASSIZE __QUE_ 10
CONVICTS' OUTBREAK
Since the officials ol tl ���   Bi
lumiiin    Electric    Rallwaj
hav-    bei a   cont Idei Ing
ment of the hydraulic an 1  g*  .
equipment ol Its planl  at 1. >:     B ... -
zen  the scope       the original
ha\e widened urea   >. an II
stated  thnt  It   .-   almost certain
the li.- draulic at   will  ;���*    bo
changi ��� . give a ca of 52
ooo hor.-. .'-.���' er and i lei
stalled ���   . .   to this amo i
decision a* to thi  perfected plan   ;.  _
J, Oi      - !.,...
an Interesting    evei.        nt In conn i
-.Ion -Ait:; -he nominations for th. I
minion ��� ���      -n in Edmonton.-* a..
... Cons ���   natives I - a
I, wl     ���   :lt in th.   lefeat ol
Krank Oliver, mlnistei ol the lateri
in .  the rn  of   J.  D,   Hynd
��� '-'i.   . .,'���;.���   candidate,    >���   acclam
*.ion.
Vt   be clos.  ol ilu   i. m nations j
J. 1    Wallbrldge,   agenl
-..  ;. . d the ��� > : *i"n for the
Men Sentenced for Wright
Island Fracas���True Bill
Returned in -Murder Trial.
Th.     a .   is. Izes f.     th.   c    ;.' j       I
Westminster opened yesterda
. out i   ho ise      efon     Chlel     I
' Hunter.    In  the  cou; ���   weri
number of  Hi- - acted   by    tne
Lng   trial  of    their    count:-.
Polu  Singh
The  Grand Jury.
The grand jury sworn were v. .  .1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Frederick.  L)�� .:a    '.:.��!'
Conservative candidate on the ground  Granbj  Farrant -    tries H   I
ii.;.. was the only candldati   >jew Westminster;  Milton    f   Qillan
���:���_.��� aated.     The  objection ' d��.r-. H.  H. Gervan,    \V.    P.    Fi
under consideration will not be take: !hp  Sro*-n'-  ,hat    ***"  Chilliwack; S   G, Baumgartner, Lang-
unt I
.1
D,   Schuyler,   .. nation  paper for Oliver  had not
Taylor's in a Dangerous Position, But in His Right Place.
ANNUAL SESSION
Iday School Workers of
Hfesti a 13. C. Assemble���
Addresses of Welcome.
provincial    con-
��� ������   em  Bi ni li Col-
Si : UBsoclatton
..i..>   in   ihis   city,   the
:   Id at St. Anil:'-*��������� -
His worship was loudly applauded on
sitting  down.
Kev. A. de B. Owen, president of the
New Westminster Ministerial association, gave the convi ution a hea
welcome, as fellow workers in the
great **.ork ol evangi I salIt u ot the
world, and becausi the churches
would be almost Impossible without
thi Sunday schools today,
President's Reply.
('. S. Keith extend- d a welcome on
shall of the city Sunday Bchools,
and In reply President Qlbson wish. I
io put Into words nis si use of the hospitality and kindness the convention
had received. As mayor, Mr. Keary
knew    thai   do   sane   administration
BASNET HECTORS
STRONG TOR JARDINE
Successful Meeting Held By
Candidate at Burrard Inlet
Town -The Larger Issue.s.
Iut   v
The  thriving   num of  Barnet   gav<
i  heart;   reception lo Robert Jar.line.
ilie Liberal candidate, upon his visit*
:���,.   tliere In companj  with A. Malins
ild bo given or dealt   wiih ly Intf-jon   Monday  evening,  and  its lnhiU*it-
,i iity.n.e delegates   liclt-nt  men. and  th-ir movement had  ants expressed their practical Interest
Including   Van-   '!>>��� development ol   the  principles ofi|n llK. yt,eral cause by intending in
olth, Nanaimo,  truth, morality aad Integrity.   In this large   numbers  at    the    comfortable
i[ul   liirthesi   west   thej    weie   laying   the  publlc hall  wiiich ihe town possesses
foundations  for  the   future.    It  w*8 to hear the candidate's address.   The
imperative  that   thej   considered how  meeting at which a goodly number of
representatives  tho8o  foundations   were  laid,  for the iadieg were preaent. was presided ovei
Vnother twentj   permanent prosperity and welfare of | i(%  ^   Cameron.
the province.    In answering themin-|    A   Malins urged  that    there    were
iti in   town.-,
r valley b___s< m*
register today.
"liver,   ia  pi ��� -i-
��� cording seen -
''���":-���   i\    .!.    reasurer;     an l
II       lira i
Hoc, mi
i.-i.-rial   wel.om.-.  he   would  sat   tlu
-���v- ral  important  reasons    why   uie
the Sunday school was the right arm j Libera, administration should be again
I
the church.    Thi   meat  danger of
;hi. west was too iiiueli prosperity, in'      . ...
'      '        ���      ; portant ot ih. f
which thej wen likelj io lose Bight
��� matters pertainiug to spiritual life
Hi thanked Mr, Keith rs ���,< fellow
_ ot' er M ui h was -aid of i hurch i
union, inn ahead,, thej had secured
Borne ot thai organic union In their
Sunday schools.    (Applause.)
lhe general secretary, Stuari Muirhead, read an Ini'resting re|x.rt of hie
mayor, in part, y,.^. -j-j,js eve-|worU, of which the following are ex*
'       -i""'1' Pfivl-jttiacts: j*,thta condUlon ,���- thlngg before them,
���'���"���"ll1"''   '������'��� Organization. L|lhlbl   wholl   ,,.������;'.   enjoying such
ol New Westmln.l     Vs I review the work ol the year.^ hann. ^ ofaftillrg ag ��� hml ..,.���._.
... ial    8. i���: ��� ��� I ai.'.
1        ill llaiU..     I ill      ,H -
^^^^^^^ i ..i.ion
Opening   Meeting.
kit even ���. K. ���   .,   a   Lo&aa, Vic
e. Ike:,     B ll-
*****  -'--������ rlbing    Ma.-oi
'���li" ��� . ��� .,��� .   thi   civic  w< I*
1 "ii' "' ihe most Industrious
Tin
'"������������   ��� ������   e ii uu ihe coast.
.'.lulled to power.   Not Uk- hast Ira-
was thai  during the
ast  twelve years .he proBpei tj  ol the
ountty had Increased    man)    times.
; whilst commercial  affairs    had    beeu
I placed upon a thoroughly sound basis
i.'inl trade had Increased to a wonderful extent.    They   found   ihat   in    almost every  department  of  thi   Btate
li Beits  lefl   by   the  Conservatives upon  their  going out  of power in  11896
had been turned Into surpluses.   With
I*"1"''! ...e anmb.rs Ot Ibis
���ii ill  ol the corpora*
..   . cordial wel
I" mi'.
v. illl
Organization.
ri-vi. w   the   work   ol   the   J'-eS!,
realizing thai    much has been
li ft  undone,  yi i  considering the cli
. imstance    under which   we labored,
l  am  satisfied ai   wha
lias   be. u   ac- '
erj  .
 i   cuiven.j     	
���  I   was  brought I coniplished.    As  most of you  know. I
li    verj   best  could   onlj   give   four   months ol   my
ui.   thai   ii Is lime to the two divisions of tins Im
ui'-nsi   province, yei we havi practical-1
h   coin plete  dr-11 Ici   -   ��� ��� " .atlon    In
both the '.\ ���   tern   ind  Ei r socl
i   i     ��� of thi    i'...��>
o;.i i ai Ion  I  ha. ���   i '��� ��������� i .''I  i] "in  ui- in
H i,   ..in,.......     iut   lh!    a is    " ��� i
,ii eonipllBhed,
I  hat '���    n envoi ed  to compli te i he
oig.-iii,. ,i Ion of thi   . rovlnci   Into   II
ni..     Vi  ilie la i  annual com  i   h
lh. i e   were   i In <���<-   In     existence,   \ i/...
Victoria    - uncou. ��� r  an I   New   Wi
.iiinsier.    Two   have   been   organU. I
ilni lug   the   j ear,     Cumbei Ian I     and
Chilliwack,    Teniporarj   organization
I liapp.. state    	
.newn. was there any reason for exchanging the vis,- government of Sir
Wilfrid  LSuirler and his ministers for
'
Ch;
rrom min*
.ii .,.'
;' 1.  1(11
ll   ill   i.i
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i tho
ui     lo   ini
tniii
.��� a I d boys
ui  the dil-
.ii'. work
.   ' .    lull
|i ie ml
��� . Buch, .nei can
from  theii
li   a -   ' be.' I
. hools,
Great Moral Force,
um I   laid the!
. i i n's   moral'
llll'l
,l���   yrerj  uncertain condition of tilings
which the Conservatives pui  forward.
The 1ittei  ' .';1 e  befori
i. ,'i  alius
^B ib
them  with a
and of slun-
'lectorai.- to ri turn
hydra ��� gin er,  ol   Los   Angi ���
has pa   ��� I upon them, but  ' ic
sion I   ���        ted ln th<  nea   future.
Tin   ... is do i waj  with the
proposi d lining ol  the hj Ira ill
ii :   ��� ��� ��� ������ La        B intz. n and  '   -
quitlai i      I ti     hi  furnish!
ffl mi d  to ;and  signed  in    the
ace ol .- j i.-tice of the    ��� aci   o
ning officer, as require,;        Sec*
f th.   Election act.
-    tion  10 sa;, s that an.,  tin
Icatlon of the notice
���  2   i'cI ick of iho afti moon < *
of additional water from Lake Coquit* ���                nomination  in  the  prov-
lam  ti            th    enl   --ment of tu if    Alberta  and Saskatchewan
tunnel.   At the preienl time thi   bon .lectors may noml-
betr,e   . the lakes  is nine feet  In di- ";-:      a  candidate  by    affirming    and
am.:.*    The presenl   scheme  Is    to signing to before a jusice of the peace,
tut threi   feet of rock trom  ire hot-.'" " " magistrate or returning officer,
torn and one side of the tunnel, thus and causing to be filed with the re-|fll3t case would be of the lvvo UH_a
Thomas Fallowfleld, Kensingti n
Prairie; James Fox. CoqulUam; John
B. Elliott, Ladner, and G. G. Fif-i.
Port K<-]]... Mr. Gervan was chosen
fori man.
Charge to the Jury.
Charging th. grand jury his ���
ship said on the present occasion
-.here were five cases for iheir consideration, two of ihem serious. Having pointed out that tb>- function of
tie graud jury was not to try the
cases, hut to se�� if there was a case
to be investigated, he said lhat    the
making it twelve feet in diameter and  turning officer, a nomination on form
nearly  doubling   Its capacity.     There ' H. as prescribed.
ls also a possibility thai  the floor ol
the tutui' 1 may be lined with concrete.
This work Is a great undertaking and
will take at least twelve months to ac-
Hon. Mr. Oliver's nomination papers was slgni . by some ten electors
in the presence of a man named
Savard, who is not a justice of   the
complii-h. As water musl c sent' peace, police magistrate or returning
through the tunnel occasionally to re-,offlcpr- w**He Hyndman's was affirmed
pten'sh the Lake Buntaen reservoir in the ; resenre of Police Magistrate
the   enla gement   work   .-an   be  done | Cowan.
only intermittently  and toi   ibis  rea-
son the company  Is anxious  io start
The Conservatives are ju.ilan; o\  i
the error nnd feel that it presages the
the   work   during    the    rainy   season! final   def��-**.t   of  thc   Liberals   in    the
w1k.V there will be    less demand for , country,
the use of the hydraulic tunnel. The returning officer refused to de-
ln expec:at:on of an endorsement of Clare Hyndman elected hy ncclaina-
the plan from Mr.Schuylerj Messrs. j tion, Baying he would look into the
Hermon &. Burwell, who will have ac-j matter.
tua!   charge ol    the   work,  have   been ��� S==T ������
instructed to get air compressors, etc., the  companj at   Lakes  Buntzen    and
on  the  ground. Coquitlam show ihat the original est:-  action.
Further announcement   - made thu  mat.   that lb*1 hydraulic power a: th
thi   nexl electrical unii which thecomlpoint  was  capable of developing 40
pany will ordei   lor   is   La  ���   i.iiiii:.<n ; 000 horsepower was very conservative. J son
plan:  will  ''.   of a tapacitj  of ���iu.OoO'The new   plana  for the  52,000 horse-[thfl
Weston and   Fox,  who   were  charged
with making an assauit on   i.<   penitentiary wardens, and another charge
was  against  an Hindu of embezzling
i Jiloo  from another Hindu,     lhe    l_a-
bourdette  case  had been   before  him
at a  previous  assize,  and owing    to
the wa\  in which the Indictment was
men drawn he found it necessary to
ajuash it.    Now it was apparently prepared in the proper form.   There was
a charge against  a  man nanK-d S.ms
for  the  destruction  of     tour    swine.
Sometimes those    cases    were   made
criminal prosecutions, but pefhaps the
remedj   should be by civil ae;ion.    lt
was entirely for them to say whether
i   was a  meritorious pros, c,ition. and
ihat   the   crlml  i\ law  should   be  resorted to. or it should .e lefl  io civil
With  regard   to  the  nio-t     serious
charge, of murder of Mrs. Mar;.  Morri-
he had not had time to read all
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        lt-;iOSitious.  but it   appear, d  that
horsei-ower one of ih. largest, if not power equipment is based on data ob-1 ;nl .HlrootOUs crinie had been commit-
the largest, in the world. At present tained through the actual working of | t���K) t,���( jt was f0r tj,e court :o de-
the  plani   Includes foui   units "f 3000  the  present plant. Aide  If they had the righ:  man.      A
horsepower each and one 10,000j The plans for the construction of a womaa had been touud expiring with
horsepower unit installed las: year.I massive dam of great height at the jjer throat cut. and whoever d'd it.
Ord. rs have alreadj been given tori outlet of Lake Coquitlam will form i1Md also attempted the crime of rape.
another unli of 10,000 hois, power, part of the company's development *p*je gj^^ j���vv |n finding a true bill
and so soon a- the growing demands plans no matter what decision is woll](] not restrict the peUt jury to
on the company necessitate addition- reached regarding the tunnel. The n.nn.n n verdict of murder, hut if
al power the ord. r for the 20,000 necessary permission from the pro- .,,,,. io���nl there had been an unlaw'n!
borsepowtr unit   will  be placed. I vinclal    authorities   wlll   shortly    he j
lt is stated thai the observations of'asked
it'ontinued on Page 8.)
This  Completely Refutes  Tory Insinuations
f. ���_ '.am ������
(Continued on   Page  seven.
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AB..UZ_.I   ALLOWED    TO
WED    KATHERINE    ELKINS j ,;,t.
  i repres
_______________________h _________________r^
'I'm in, Oci      	
ttnnouncemenl bus been given
wiih reference to the marriage "' ''"'
I mu.- of Aiiiii/./.i and Miss Katherine
:��� lkins. ii is asserted thai the kin ��� '
lUlj has definitely given his con ��� "
As a consequi nee the Duke is preparing   to  leave  for  I lie   I'liil
a,.i ii  the strength of
onilsi a   ��bieh    they    made
T .,., |  ,  [he eh ctors had had an
,, .    .I,..! ih  a  Con lerva*
...   al   Otl iwa,  but    mi
thej   had  declln
had   -<-ui    the     Ll  -
ii i,   theii  good work. He
i don  i thej  would
thing on the pn ��� ul o
.;...i    After  n f. rrtng
I ,,, ni   better  terras and
thai ��f Asiatic exi luslon,  Mr.  Ma M
,j ,,, ;,,,. exi ellenl qualifications
hy   Robert  Jar Hue  for the
position   of  representative    of    N '*
,   tniinster  riding  In  the   House ol
Gi mn --   There was nol  a man In
whole district  better qualified to
enl  the  Important   Interests ol
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Telegraph
.ff lti RMS ANO CONDITIONS
/   All __-_*_4W tor mu_J��t_l by tikis Company for transmission, subject to th�� tcrnu tml eooditioai priateJ �����*
tfc^ir lilink \jom So 2, which term* mu.I ronditioo* ha��e be_i agreed to by the tender of the following mrs����ge.
. Thl* u aa Mii-pmed __��___���*�����, *mi ia deliTered T>t reonett of thc sender under these condition*.
li   i lll>' .1M  turn. IknL. Vhkm, iUi_   *  **'   BARnPR. Sm.l . Tormilo. Orr.
I. WILSON   *.,,<    Vaoiaam. ���__. JKO K. KICHABUSON. Sopl ,Mi.otr_��l, Que
)   n;;>,i   '.....K.-ttu >. W.UtauU-,MpC.ai,Jolin.NB. ��
10 Vr    Wj   Fd  31   paid
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St,  Petersburg,  '><
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10.���Although no official|,he constituency, (Applause.)
oui ! Roberi Jardine, who came li
,,,,iie an ovation upon ' risin
,' ,.,|. proceeded to deal with the chief
political issues, rein'nitin;, the news
I,,, has already expressed npon the
Aner terms and ABlatlc txeluslon
questions, namely thai In regard W
,'lu. former the works of developmenl
;IIIIl improvemenl which have been
carrle I out and will be carried pui by
,i, . govi ni'.m ii an p .riai-.iK'iit advantage I" t'.io Dominion nml P i
3 A KecTer
^^^M      JAS.  KINT.
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i   Or
Ottawa    Ont Oot   16.1908
fies' Engi   Xt?w Westminster
Contract     to    purchase    large
Kruhling    suction    Dredge     Company
Dredge     will
ill
���way . * Wi 11     commence
suction     dredge     from
signed     September     fifth
via    the     Horn.   Understand    now    on    her
with     Fraser    river     improvmentg-
���William    ?ug8l,ey
Statei
Cholera Decreases In St. Petersburg
0.���The cbol
crease, then
new   ��� i
,1     mv .;i:    '
(Continued  on   Pm
11,17a
Conservative hirelings having for several days past been assiduously circulating the statement that the
several telegr.ims published in the News concerning the purchase of the Fruhling dredge were not genuine, the
above reproduction of the telegiam received by Dominion Resident Engineer Geo. A. Keefer from the Hon William Pugsley, minister of public works, is given in order to show the public what reliance can be placed on preelection   statements  circulated  by  local Conservatives. \i
Another campaign lie that has been worked overtime is to the effect that the picture of the Fruhlin dredge
which appeared in the News on Monday, Oct. 12, and was reproduced yesterdy evening in the Vanrouvor
World. i5 not .*. picture of t(-e <sf**wlge, but that of * government boat station,.,-! off the ec-jst of Vancouver Uland.
Those f.ilse  nnd  misleI itementj  cannot  benr ths  li-iht  of  investigation, and it is for tlHM, re      ���        ��� thry
arc.  no,   rrmda 'i'om the  public  platfcrm,  thl circut.*'.,. or.  cf t'"-   ��tn      .  i |      ,.,,-: c ���'���-: rn.::.-, fair, .-acser*
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THE DAILVNKWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCT
NOTORIOUS SMUGGLER  typhoon does damage
PLACED UNDER ARREST     0N CHINESE m mi
Japanese Captured at Steveston Last July Is now held
by American Authorities.
Bellingham, Oct, 20.���George Muru-
kami, a ,lapan,-se, was arrested on
Barnes island, seventeen miles from
this city, today by Inspector B. H.
Hamer, of Bellingham, and Inspector
.i 11. I_. Eager, of Point Roberts,
charged with smugling wine aud tobacco from the United States into
Canada and bringing Japanese into
this country.
He is held al_o for being illegally in
the United States, and was taken to
Seattle tonight for examination ay
thc immigration authorities. Muru-
kaml had an associate, whose waere-
abouta is unknown.
Murukami's schooner was .seized
laist July at Steveston, B. C, and a
tine of $600 was placed .against it.
Since then he has used a small boat
With his wife he has lived on Barnes
island for a period of eighteen years,
MANHATTAN   PRODUCES ONE
BABY   EVERY   FIVE   MINUTES
New Vork, Oct, 20.���-The birth rate
iu Manila!tan Is now greater than in
any of the boroughs of Greater New
Vork, according to the latesi figures
Of the health department. It amounts
to more than thirty per 1000 of the
population a year, which, based on
tho number of families for each 100
population here, would mean that a
babj is born one- a year In every
other family In the borough. There
were 2150 births last week���one every
flve minutes.
Amoy, Oct. 20.���The damns- done
in Thursday's typhoon was much
greater than at  first  supposed       In
Chang chow 300 houses, Including the
prefects V.inien, were destroyed and
1100 iiersons killed. In Lam Cheng,
15 miles wesl of Chang Chow, 600
houses were destroyed and 1200 persons  killed.
Five year.- ago Lam Cheng was
tlooded ami 300 persons were
drowned. Fifteen miles north of
Chang Chow three villages wen* en*
tirely destroyed in Thursday's storm,
400  persons being killed.
PORT   ESSINGTON   HAS
CONSERVATIVE   NEWSPAPER
On October 10th the lirst. number of
"The l-oyu-list" was issued at Port Essington by a company made up of
'business men of the tow-n. it Is edited by C. F. Lallymand, secretary of
the local Conservative association,
managed by George Shade, who was
sent up from Victoria last winter to
act as a provincial constable it Port
Essington, and is printed bj Robert
Hume, an old-Uni" printer, of New-
Westminster and Kamloops. The subscription price is ���->���'! a year and the
advertising rates $1 -an inch per
nionth. It is a good-appearing newspaper and covers 'he local news field
well. Port Essington is and is likely
to remain the central town of the
Skeena' River salmon fishing and
canning industry, and The Loyalist
should get sufficient suppor to keep
it  running.
DESPERADO TAKEN
AFTER   LONG   PURSUIT
_
Tries to Hang a Boy.
Chicago, Oct. 2u.���As he was about
to avenge the theft of three apples
from his fruit stand by hanging seven-year-old Eugene J. O'Brien, George
Bapas, a Greek, was overpowered in
his room yesterday by a policeman.
A rope was found with one end about
th.-- child's neck and the other placed
over a. iransom.
Winnipeg, Man., Oct, 20.���Gabe La-
velle, the notorious Western desperado, wanted on charges of cattle and
horse stealing in Southern Saskatch-
ewan and  in  Montana,  was  captured
i last night bj Mounted police in a half-
breed's shack after a desperate str tg-
Igle. The search has been going ��� a
for two years.
Tuesday,
Oct. 27
LeCompte  and  Flesher
PRESENT
Clarence Bennett's
The Holy City
WITH
Luella Morey as "Salome"
"Princess of Galli.ee"
The   most   sublime   play ever  written.
Endorsed by the Clergy, Press and Public.
Prices: $1.00, 75c, eOc ancT25c
QUALITY"
t
British Steamer Total Wreck.
."-.an Francisco. Oct. 20.���A cablegram from Sydney, Australia, states
that the British steamer Flfeshire,
bound from Newcastle to Portland,
Ore., loaded with coal, was totally lost
on Gilbert Island. All on board were
1 and broughl  back to Sydney.
Duty on Pu'-o.
Duluth, Minn., Oor. 20���After
ing   months  investigating    the   '"��� ' ���'
rint papi r Indusl
' Wisconsin   and   Mini ���ta n
��� ������ of six appo
| to study the conditions, . -'
i today,  will recommend  tha    the duty
I ei the product be revised.
������   ���       ���
Aristocrat
Here is a op notcher among
Overcoats. Look at the fine
lines of this garntftnt. Pull of
style and full of service because
ll is perfectlj tailored and made
of fine Imported cloth. A gentleman's coat, every inch of It.
We ar,- sole agent;. In New
Westminster Clfy aad District
for the celebrated Twentieth
Century garmenl -.
Phillips
The Wardrobe
Cloth
ier
THE PENALTY OF SUCCESS
J
ll is tho misfortune of any great
succes. .hat unscrupulous iiersons attempt to trade on its reputation. Such
is the case with "The Holy City." Certain moving picture operators, in various parts of the country, have been
presenting    pictures    of the  Passion
Impression    that,    this    disappointing
swindle was the original    Holy City.
j Thi.,  is  a grave mistake and a  great
i Injustice  to  one  of  the  finest   plays
! ever written.   The Holy Citj is a powerful  drama,  in  four acts,   presented
with a cast of excellent actors, wear-
'ing the most elaborate and beautiful
MISS   LUELLA   MOREY   as   "Salome"   in   "The   Holy   City."
No. 1 Spuds
at
75c per sack
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia  roast Una
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    ^CATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
ju:nu  [i in.  daily i xcept   Sundaj
VAN��OUVER-V'CTORlA  ROUTS.
Princess Victoria leaves  Vancouvei
daily except Sunday  at  10  p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. dally.
Princess ltoyal at 9 a.m. daily ex-
ept Tuesday.
VANCOUVER- SEATTLE   ROUTE
Si earner Princess Royal leaves 9
a. m. dally except Tuesday for Seattle.
On Sundays leaves Vancouver 9 a.m.
for Seattle, via Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Wesl minster every Tuesday and
Friday, when business offers.
Leaves .New Westminster on Wednesday  and  Saturday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tee��
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14tb
and 20th of each mouth for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor -and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports,
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. dally,
except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. tn.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-*.
arrives  Victoria 8 p.  m.
S.S. Queen City leaves Vancouver
7 p.m. Sunday; arrives Nanaimo 11
p.   in.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria _> p.m. every Wedu 8-
day, from Vancouver 10 a.m following day for above and Intermediate
points. Returning to Vancouver Sunday afternoon; Victoria Mon i ���������
morning, via  Ladysmith.
NORTHERN   B.  C.   ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
Leai es Vancouv t _ni   .a i
tn  ���.   montl   ..i  8 p.m.
i P  BlVBR.
���Beavep������
From    New   Westmlnstei    Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chllli-wack Tuesday, Thursday
ind Saturday.
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY
WARNING  TO  P
act. tad
Everj a
South African   \
land grant musi
pointini ni of a
��l
���   ti
in the form pro ,
Special attention .        . , ,,',
Jf0^* of Section ,
Bounty Act, 1908, wl ���,..,
no assignment of th.
unteer by the a;,,.. ,       ��� (   1
stltul(- ��*��������������� be .  ]
by the Department -��� ���-,,. lnt.,j|
which is not executed and dated af j
the date of the warrant f0P the ,J
grant issued bj the Minld 0( m\
and Defence In favor ol the i-oluntJ
J. W. GREEN
Commlssloi       ��� i.omill|OI-
Lands  Ottai
28th September,  190S
Sealed tender.-, ad In , ;..
dersigm-d, and end. ;i.j,.,.
Electric  Light. Fixl ire       ,l
Vancouver, B. C.," ]
this office until   I ,, prij
October 2:!, inns, foi -h-
tures at the Post i ui        . ,-;    ,,   I
Plans ami speciflcai o       i     \
and forms of ti ad ,i ai.  ;
department, and   on . , .;i
('has. Tossell, Esq., cier     of Worl
Vancouver.
Persons tendering tided
tenders will not be con  dei <j unll
made ou the printed  fo ippll
and signed with their    ictua    ild
tures.
Each   tend--r musl compattl
by au accepted cheque on a       tei
bank,  made  payable  to the
the Honorable the Minister of PuB
' Works, equal to ten p -r eel
| of the  amount of the tender,   ��!i|
! will be forfeited If tb
ing decline to ente
when called  up n
fail to complete  i he -'���
for.   If the tender
churim- will be r<
The Department   lo ind it4
to accept the lowe
l:    Ord  ���
NAP
D . irtmenl of P
��� tober 2,  190
Ni wspapers   ��ill no i
this ad. ei tiseni ml
without  authorit;
ment.
Adams & Deans
Phone 192 GROCERS        Prompt delivery
For   reservations   and   inrnrmadon
���al! or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Weatminater.
C. B. FOSTER,
'.sat. Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
J. VV. TROUP.
General Superintendent, victoria
SIR
I ���   ,n
Play and deceit in ; ���; '��� pu lie by advertising it as The I tolj I Ity. Tims
the public, expecting to Bee this greal
j, . have found the exhibition only a
moving picture show, and hence were
disappointed,   lind   many   of   the   less
informed have gone awaj    "itii  the
costumes and presenting the great:
play with a full equipment of splon-'
did scenery. It ig not a stereopticon '
or magic lantern show; bui. a flne!
play-a   drama,   given    on  a,   regular
theatre stage, with all the characters
played  by living men and  women
I
Are you - arnl ig J25.00 per week?
Fi w i lerkg are paid so much money.
Few advertisement expei      ire p, , .. .,.-,
ii ������ m ni'   qualified men     ���   paid much m	
Wannamaker, of Philadelphia^ pays bis  advertising    managei   ?25,0i
i'"  year   ind In a rei ent Interview aald he was cheap ti the pi ������
Can  I   Learn  to  be an  Ad.
Wrirer by Correspondence ?
0ur "' ��� ! ������ yes. .V. :��� peach you hou- to write good, catch) ad*
������ertisemi nts by ma .. || as if you were attending personally, and
only tal li I ill  ,.-, | ou       . .,ur time everj evening.
The Sword Sch ol ol Advertising Is the besl school ol In tructlon for
mam   rea ou
''   ls  '!'" ""      "''���' ,,: ���'���- you iheir personal criticisms, no form
-etter  ��eing u ui .,   the  work of everj student Is lookedover
separately,
lh''"- '""   r      i onl     eiiooi thai Is conducting     successful adver-
-i8ln8 service, and ; i ,,,, i,y leading merchants ol  the province.    [I
9l"PP*-es practica ,     ���.,,   ,,. Btudent,  showing    layouts,    cop,,  etc..
whicli i.s picked from the   i    iccessful advertisements written    bj    Its
writers,
*'s s>st'"1 of tea ,,;,|| |3 endorsed bj not only the leading mer*
chanta and "|:|"'"" ��� by iho greatest  experts aud  publishers.
,f ���v,in ll'n' "      ' common, ordinary school education and earning lei
"l;l"  *25-00  ;"'   *"-'��� '"���  "    PUI   -on  I,, the inosi  lucrative profession In  .he
v -ii id todaj
"s ,"'"i" s are   rerywhere   In  stores, factories, advertising
'';"���',"'l"s' and '""    ' ' "'"'  '      qualified that thej command higher saia-
PleS year ill"'r : If .vou  v   ut   io  work up in the firm vou are wilh   tills
k"'nvl"(l-" *vl "'" ' '" door of promotion, and we can do ll  by corres-
,"""l""r" ���""'   ,:     hearti   co-operation of yourself.
The  Sword School  of   Advertising
128 Fifth Ave. West, Vancouver, B. C.
Mr, Ivor,  sh,       representng the above school, will be al  the WIND-
S<      tor '' couple "    !       to give further Information and enroll pupils.
WHEN  GOING  EAST
���VSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVF.W
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Kixht Trains Everv Uav in the Ye*'
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
TENDERS FOR  DREDGING
THE TRAIN  OK FAME
[���HE
Sealed   tenders
undersigned and end       I        '���":
Dredging  Coal  Ha
ceived   until   Frid '
1908, al   1:30 p   m   I
quired   at   Coal   ii '���'."'''"i '
Province of British i
Tenders wi'll not  be eonslde   : ���
less mad.' on  thi   torn ��� ;  A
signed with actual signatures of tj|
derers.
Siiecification and toi    ol tendei
be  obtained on appli. iti a   " i;
Keefer,      Esq.,      resident    engine")
Xew    Westminster,    B   C    a:"'
the   Department   of   PuWIi    ���v'";!'
Ottawa.     Tender-   n :'1''
towing of the planl I
works.   Only dredge
ed which are regl I
the time of the filing ol '
twenty days aftei the d '
een  notified  of   thi
their lender.
Au accepted ch *i
.
1
'
ml
NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD I banki payablfl t0 t,
bmbodies the newest    and hr^t idea   I
ior   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
snd   LUXURY.     It   is   lighted   wi,
both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   mo.
brilliantly   illuminated    train    in    th
world.      The   equipment   consists   .
private   compartment   cars,   standar
16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),'
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   library and  smoking cars.
Far  Time  Tables,  Folders, or  any
further information call on or write Department of Publi
ourable the Mlnlste   ol i
tor one  thousand    ���
must   be deposlte i  a
cheque  wlll  be  n
non-acceptance of
The Departmenl  I
to accept the lowesl
By ord
NAP,   TESSIER,
gi, retaf!
.'
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
1.1118,
aid 6>|
Ottawa, i
Newspapers  will  "":
advertlsemenl '  ^'
.    ,       . Depart
authorltj
The Milwaukei
HOE Marks
Designs
CoPYRIGHm ic.
AnTOnOMndlng ���, B:(ntrh nnd doiorlntlon m*y
qnlaklf luKi'ii'iuiii our opinion fme w.iet_i��r on
Invention i�� in-oimiujr piitnumhin. Oommunloa.
ttoMPtrlotljrjonOdoiitfif. HANDBOOK on Patents
ai'iil Irno, .i|-li'��t wi,." fur Bi-i-iirinj-imldiitn.
1'iilmiM taktm llipmi-li Mm.n St o>. ruuulwe
tfum r,M*., *n ll h'iut clmrgo, lu tlio
m
.   Paul t0|
���The   Pioneer   Limitec    ^- ,0|
Chicago, "Short  Une    Om      J
Chicago,  "South     tf'-
Kansas City to Chicago
-  -
cm
No   trains   in   tne   �� fl   | ,ni
.ailroad   in  the   world *   y
equipment  that of the
Scientific Jlmtim.
t hnnrtwimuiy UJUftntod woouly. Jjinitmt cli
.Uniiiwi '>' '���'i- lOlentlll.; jfiuriial. 'I'ormi Ir
lanuilii, *-.i.' n yu��r, piwtaxi: iirvriuliL .'-iM b
jll uew.i'luft.r'M.
HPSIffS^iJwM
II . E   .    .-_,,!(),   U'*'   ^    HI   ���   kVM l_ilri_->*>-,.
wa
'ukeei  St.  Paul  K,
!��P
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and '''���������v-
Kive    '���' i
servi.      i
.rs on al
troiis   in
Di-au^I- ij.*.oe, &__> t?' HU WSJhugtOU, tt. C
-vn   ai.'l   operate  tt,.��f'h^r.iti. ���*�����
,xcellence "'
t34 Third M- cpr   -'" C-
WuVmWm 3
soi/TH wEsrmm,
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*ar suooty/.'iiory or*
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If Jos. Martin
would retire from the present political contest and buy one of our 5-aere
Fruit Farms and Suburban Villa Sites he would save his deposit and we
would vote him a patriotic Liberal. He could set out his farm in prunes
and gi itatoes between the rows for   the   next   live   veal's  and   make
ei . money to pay for his land and put up a good solid platform on
wh -:and for his "po" at the next political fight announced.
We have already disposed of over 250 acres and our subdivision has
only been on the market a few weeks.   This fact speaks for itself.
s is the only subdivision offered wiiich actually has connection with
thi ew Chilliwack tram, now in course of active construction. Take a hint
and investigate all other apple grove or orchard propositions claiming frontage
" - new tramline.    Old discarded trial linos don't count.
subdivision is only two miles from town and iov suburban   villa
sites cannot be surpassed.
Why pay $100 or even $50 per acre for fruit farms from ten to twenty
miles from market when you can secure better land at the same price right in
sight of tlu- best market in B. C. and on the finest road in the country.
Or why buy where you would have to take a train or steamboat to
*v tl ��'
reach your farm in order to avoid an all-day drive in the cold, over muddy
roads, when a 5-cent fare on an electric tram or a comfortable drive of only
twenty minutes over a first-class road will land you right in the heart of our
popular subdivision and at your own door.
There's no mistake. We offer you the best chance that has been given
this year to make money and you should not neglect the opportunity. The
rails arc now on the ground and when the trams commence running price-- will
jump right up.
* is no reason in the world why land here should not reach $500 per
acre within a vory few years.   You'll never buy bo cheaply.   Aci at once.
'   'ur carriages go over every day.   Any hour will        -���   It only take
i'�� drive over.
BARN: ELECTORS
I   STRONG FOR JARDINE
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thi     -    olut.
froi
VESSEL DETAINED
EOR CARRYING ARMS
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tftkei    ii|    .,      hi   ���'""   tvi
i loui  '��� " 'ki  ol di   elop
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'nn   ii    '���.     pea! e    allud. i
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I At Oi>- presenl time a valuable mean*
of on wai  i'^ing effected
In th. ��� ������.-���trie   rallwaj'
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tnii Ther.   ��� ������        extensive dylc-
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���esuli   largely in
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expi*' hai     ibe    pood
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to ii-..--.    v.   thi d  work of the
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British Steamer Loaded witl:
.Ammunition   for   Montenegro is Seized---Complica-
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iNESE   <-KK   AID  FOR
VICTIMS OE  A  FLOOD
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latioi    ���   ���   inning  ani
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and overflow   o     hi   We '
, j    hi   dis   ������    fo
Thi    iage states thai
.. nrtense and ��� i   vi   lot
h    imminei      ��� nd   it  appeal*- to    'he;
Chines!    broi    tc send aid.
ROOSEVELT THE FEARLESS
TO TACKLE THANKLESS TASK
Octogenarian  Elopes  With  Writer.
��� dem ���    R.  I.,    Oct.  20.���Capt.
Benjamin    D     Wanton,    of    Colonia,
and heart) ai V|'- years
and   -��� '���   of tbe    wealthiest
'.   iha.    pan   of  South
���..��� ���        . -.     OppOBltlOl
... dashe    away with
hi?  fti  ,,:,...   and    in
Fall  River    ma ���       MU    B   *ah E.
Hartn        ���     Phi i '��� Iphia,    a  writer,
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bo write a story' of his African
els for Charles Scribner's Sons     His
wort   in connection  with  the Outlook
it   tr,  cover   political    and  economic
tonics
Threatening  Prairie Flre.
Reglna,   SaBk.,   Oct.   20.���a prairie
fire yesterday dei ��� -oyed fifteen I
on ibo farm of H. W  Laird, near Reglna     11  threatened to   destroy   the
h nu  machine  and  several  thousand bushels of grain.   Prompt action
of the threshing gam: and netgl I
a   large  loss
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SPEAKERS
DUNCAN ROSS, ivi. I', for Yale-Cariboo.
JOHN ' LIVER, M.L.A.
F. C. WADE, K.C.
Conservative candidate has been invited to attend
Everybody welcome'
Reserved seats for Ladies
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THE DAILY NEWS
I'uolisbeil by the Daily News Publishing Company,   Limited,   al   their
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front J1"'" *Ul'   Borden's arm will never
streets, New Westminster, H. C.        |on  th,> treasury  _ox to address
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
inavv m  training lor  Cabinet   Mini";
ters,  but tiutll  tho countr.v  Bees    the ���
iii.iiii advisers and associates of   the ���
eader ot the party to  be clear, able ���
an ���
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liouse  at   the right ot"  Mr.   Speaker.!���
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BARNET SOLID FOR
ROBERT JARDINL
NOTICE
I At thiia time he is witnout doubl    oo
heavily handicapped.
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WEDNESDAY.  OCT. 21,  1908.
Tory rum has the misfortune of going astray. A gentleman In Hants
count)', *iiie <ii' the Bordep party,
Lhought it besl to take time b:
foreloc
"Barnet stands almost solid
for !!*> en Jardine." replied a
well known resident of this
neai and thriving!little town to
an enquiry   by   a Xews   man.
"Bui Ii has nol always been
so ib'. Ided towards the Liberal
cans.-," suggested the latter in-
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DO NOT FORGET.
Do not forgei thai George Eulus
rosier was the Finance Minister who
proposed in 1890 that our banking
system should adopt the features of
tho National Bank _\ct of th.' United
States. Sir John A. Macdonald refused and saved the day and yet you
ar�� asked to return him as a man of
ripe experience and broad wisdom to
tamper with our Canadian Bank Act
again.
the !��� terrogativelj
therefore he ordered   a very ���      "Oh, no    Bui then you see
large   supply   in  assorted    packages, [+ on the previous    occasion    an
gallon jugs, half gallon jugs,  bottles ��� official of the mill called all th
and  flasks and    as it was   hard    :���_>'��� employees together   and    told
bring such a bunch of lire water intoj^ them in effect that it was their
Hants county had II  distributed  in a ��� duty   and    tn    their    interest
consignment  of  fruit.    As   bad   luck *y to   support   the   Conservative
would  lune it some of  this  fruit or-!+ cause, and  many  acted  at  the
dered   was being filled by a Liberal ��� poll accordingly,   though   they
merchant   for   his   Conservative  cori-1^ were not Conservatives. There
frere.   The dealer was  no  surprised 1+ ja nothing of that kind at this
that he telephoned the consignor who [4 election and every man is per-
in  aorror saw  the  mistake  and  ha I j 4 ft-ctly at liberty to do   as   he
the liquor carted to bis warehouse toL chooses."
be put miller cover for shipment, but  ��
A CLINCHER.
The telegrams we have beeu en* |
a.bled to make public having been received by our opponents with such
Incredulity, .although coming as they
did over the signature of the deputy
minister of public works, we gladly
reproduce a telegram from the Hon.! _**-
Dr, Pugsley, minister of public works, rcftDm|, B,v r|W||
to M. Geo. \ Keefer, resident n (jtlUfflJIAN BAY LANAL
gine. 1. which disposes of all doubl as
to the great   Fruhling dredge    being j FAVOHtD  BV  LAUKlER
purchased  tor  the  purpose of doing
i.ew Wesiaiinster, 1;  L
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Vrmstrong, Esq.,
Rei ui ning Oflii er,
V\'i .tmlnster  Electoral   Distrlcl:
��� ike n nie.' that  I. Robert Jardine,
���>     n     ate in the election for a i__em-
��� l ber to  serve In    the  Hoik,. ���,��� Qom.
��� :: 0 ������ Canada, now being held In
�� :��� the Electoral Distrlcl of New
*y Westminster, have appointed William
4 James Whiteside, of the City of Xew
4 Westminster, B. C. barrister-at-law, j
����� as ifflcial agent in euch election.
��� ROBERT JARDINE.
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��� Appointment ot Official Agent
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th.- fat Is In the fire just the same.
i "Choice tomatoes" and "barrelled ap-1
pies" are a little out of dat*.    What
I new  dodge these purists  will  try re-j
i mains  to   ���>*.* seen,  but   canned   fruit
! seems to be the most up to date.
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LIQUOR   SELLING   IS
WINKED AT   BY   GOVERNMENT
Prince Rupert, Oct. 20.���It is ni
parent to everyone, except the provincial police, tha; some of the "cidi .
I joints" in Prince Rupert sell intoxicating liquor openlj and without thi
slightest    danger ol    trrest.      When  \yitn
I, James Davis Taylor, of the City
Of New Westminster, in the Province
of British Columbia, Printer and
Publisher, a candidate at the ek-ction
now about to be held of a member to
represent the Electoral District of
New Westminster iu the House of
Commons of Canada, hereby appolnl
Henry Lovekln Eld monds, of the CU;
of New Westminster, aforesaid, barrister-at-law, as my official agent tor
said Election-
Dated at the City of Xew Westminster, B. C. this Loth daj of o<ito -
\. n. 1908.
JAMES DAVIS TAYLOR.
D. W. Gilchrist.
HENRY'S
\,.;.'i:i atized Tested Stock.
Seeds,Trees, Plants,
,���,,.; THE FARM GARDEN,
LAWN   OR   CONSERVATORY,
K,.] able vari. ties; n asonable
N'o   borers,   scale   or
fumiga Ion to damage stock. No
wind agents to annoy you.
Extra choice lot of fruit trees
now  ready  for the   fall    trade,
; 11  peach,  Pear,   Plum    and
Cherrj ; 70,000 Apple, in leading
varieties; 100,000 small fruit
plants: strictly home grown and
our own propagation from bearing .-lock; 50,000 Bulbs for fall
planting. Choice grass seeds
always in stock. Buy direct
and ste1 stock that grows.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cul Flowers, etc,
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Greenhouses  and   Seedhouscs.
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
Brani h Nursery South Vancouver,
Nurseries
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ACCOUNTANT ANn  a AT        1
Notary  Public ANDAUD'T0R]
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New  We.uniiv
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Choice Meai
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iruer  Eighth  S|    ,.,,,
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BOWELL S,   OODY, Pr
The Edison Tiieatr
Corner Columbi
High ('Las
;l ' and Begbie,
Movlnp   pictures   nitl
trated Songs.   Program changed Moi
day, Wednesday and Friday
the work on the Fi'aser river in the fruit stores are kept open until aft.-
lirst instance.    For the Information of Commencament of Work  on   Scheme j midnight,  ii  ls   safe  to  assume  thai
something besides fruit is being sol I
he   men who   run   these places knoi.
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the persons who have doubted, we
point oui the facl that the Fruhling
dredge is not of the "King Edward"
type, but is a large sea-going vessel
which can be openated In rough sea. as
well as in sheltered waters. She carries h large crew and is able to cross
the ocean under her own steam, her
coal bunkers allowing of her making
the voyage without the necessity of
coaling more than once. The very full
description we published of her makes
l! unnecessary to further describe her
in this article. One f'-ict should not
be overlooked In connection with the
plan 01 work as agreed up��n, thai Is
that the groynes and wing dams along
the ;in i- will not only fore.- the water Into the deep channel, bul will at
the same time aci as protection to
the :;��� kes and d ims, especiall; I ho
on Westham Island, giving the t-
.-- ��� lv ' 'ii.- ecurlt; that thej hai .���
��� . . -.-. '��� 1 hich, until thi
fi nt plan ���- . '!-. ed, .; sei med im-
ible lo gl\    them.    Thii
Ail! enhance the value of their holdings and  mal ���   1 hem  Ideal  places  I 1
live  in, now  tl ai   the  Islan I is   c in
ne b -,��� b)  bridge ��� ver Canal Pass
Will   Follow  Completion   of
Transcontinental.
Ottawa, Oct. 20.���Speaking at a de*
nonstration in his honor last night,
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, at Hull, made an
Important announcement of the Liberal campaign when he stated that If
ADVERTIRK
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
To  INCREASE  You.-  BUSINESS
ADVKRT'.SR
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
that th ��� police will n ��l  search thei:   ��� ��� : ���	
premises, and the;,  also know that |i   040*0*0*K'**K;*CC'��C*0*��C4C*K:*K_   C*K>*C^0*��0*K>*C<_**C*K)*K)*04C)40
takes  time to get   an  analysis ma i
W. J. Sparkman
LATE   WITH   j. A.  LEE
B' gi.  in announ
now  ready    to   un
kinds of upholi ��� ..,.
at the lowest ;
dlrecl    wort    the
profit.
Cosj  Corne
All communlcatii
W. J, Sparkman,
Cor. Sixth and Carnarvon Sts.
will meet with Imme I ite attention.
of    "soft"  liquors,    Notice    will    b.
served next  week on all of these sof
drink   sellers  to   incite  the premise.-jo
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they  occupy   within   thirty   days.    1:';q
liquor selling is not to be a legal '..usi- IS
the count:*,     revenue continued to in-   ness in  Prince Rupert, it  should not f
crease at the present rate    the con-1 be an Illegal one. and tbe government ,Q
struction of the Georgian   Bay canal   should act. IJ
would be commenced Immediately at'-,*. :  ��
ter   the  completion of    the  national'*^*     i^i      ��-^ S
transcontinental  railwa;.. W*    !^l��    B_J'm  Ca\J3*Stt^   *
He admitted that he had become a ,
ft
3 lbs. Creamery Butler.. $1.00
No. I Selected Egos  35c
New Local Honey ....
Comb.s or Glass
Christie's Cream Sodas..
25c
25c
PHONES 193 and  443
convert  to the necessity of the canal. ,
and that the government bad in viev
the further development of the grea
waterway!   ��� f Canada,
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
!i!lard Block, New Westminster, B C
C. A. Welsh
The   People '
Grocer
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OF    AiMTI*CHIN*��SE   AG1TAT;.'
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BORDEN'S  HANDICAP.
Person.illy   Mr.   Borden   has   shown
himself not to nave the sagacit,.  that
should   be  iios.-es.--ii   by  a leader   In
-,'iai hi   bas associated  with men    of
lows. ;���-]:-��� lin-H mna tj pe for the
irdi n   wouid   have
... es  If he had      lye I
tmpaign    and
'-:..   .i in able
.   of course, h" nas
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,    .V. ...;.    r      till'
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tating to him, ro i
Mr. 1-' ag ii, his companj as "a
i otitic      '��� :   ��� n." The Mail and Em-
i" onto Wm bl. the Toronto
���   ��� .��� -    he Mon'.. al Gazette, and
��� ei again  thai   fi len lli   Joui nal  with
he immense clrcula  on, the Vic
iii ��� warned Mr. Borden in refer-
��� ���-.. ibv suicidal iolicj ol i ���
-.ii to Mi-. Posti .    It Is .: iel.     ror Mr.
1 lorden to .ver aspire to be leader of
the I lovernmenl  of Canada until    he
and bis pai',-    bow an eai nesl of pure
i in.i.r, itratlon   b)   clearing  th    Tor;
ranks  ol  men ol  I he  Posi ��� r,  Fowler,
Bennett,  Bowser,   Roblin    type.    The
mservatlve party has within i   ma-
!'. Ince  Rupi rt,  B.  r        ..
���    ti ..i than ��� ������       >���'     ���
:,i .1,:.:..
who hue held am
I tundrj    buslnes    .     .    -.      R
ever sini e Its com e i   n    wa    tn   li
on Tuesday, when Ol a opened
ib ��� Pioneer steam la in I n Knox
villa the "mineral claim suburl Tn.
laundrj  employs white ' i
The    Societj     of   W PI. o -   -
�� h��� members take an ��� b fore a
justice of the peace not I i emploj Chl-
iit se oi Japanese, nor to rote foi an;
one  seel Ing  f- deral, . ni Ial    or
municipal honors who does, is
ily  increasing In numbers
lie \/V Biernmm
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Tenders Wanted
Sealed tenders (who!    ��� .
marked "Tenders for Bi -
��� ceived   . y the  undei
j p.m. of  November  7th   . ��� i.   -.
following:
1. To Bupply      ������ rial
i build   the substructure  ol
a. ross the North Ann o \
: river at  the site of the  pi   u ol I
island bridge iu this city.
2. 'i'o put in I'll-     ii
superi tructure   of   sal :
ti rials for which
\ ti*f the corporation.
Plan   and specll
Offil      0
'-.   marked  cheque  for
Dollai t  mu
nder
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WESTMINSTER   MAN   IS
KILLED   AT   PRINCE   RLPER
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al  from  which  ii  i.--  possible    to his home here,
Prlnci   Rupi rt, Oct.  20    I in Fri la
Peter Jounson, of New   u ���
���  ���' iorer employed on
tion of the Grand Trun    Pacllli
struck bj a falling roc. tantlj
killed.
W Ith  oiln :     he w;
muckli g  ���.   e rock In one ol the cut ���
on   Freberg   &  Stone'       u -:J,
above  Pori   Essli
.... ci." �����  near the
that hs ^iijji
denlj slipped from . ig^
falling    trui I   J - in. m  ���        ���    ,i- a I
killing him Instantlv.
Comedian   Dies   Suddenly.
Ni tv   York,  Oc     20.    Gi        Ro ���
���i.. tl  ol   Rogei        B    ���
Idenly yestei I.e    iftei noon at!
Every man and woman that
is obliged to be out when the
walking is bad should be provided with a pair of these Shoes.
' ... ���        .;..,���
- ,,: ll iwlng mal
are  poi   ;
obtain
No mo .    ,- ��� ���   feel
$ For Men
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fflj
0^ Lower Fraser Rivei
Iji Freityht and Pas;
bU enc^er Sei
m
f)*\i      Carrying fri Ighl   and
fj\ , all  points  in tween  Nevi
S5S| ind   V. i . i a im  Island.
fej4:    Leaves Brackman-Ker    i        '���
Oj ; it 3 p.m., except Saturd i;
/t*\ , t Iditlonal trip on Mi adaya  leaving <
\J*\     I'.eturning leave W.
rvj ' i.ni. daily, excej I Fi
pwS  addition il trip on  S l
l^Uj   it 5:30 p.m.
Calling    at    St.
i     ��� lays and Saturd i
Ticket,  "i SI
cents on Sntuida,     "' ���
rvice per
Do. 'Favorite
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Get  tKe   Habit
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ottery
A l.eautlful  line Jusl  received fromthe man
���'- -i ���  -m    el���   new.
our   window  display,
THE FAIR
New Westminster
GEO, A.  SLATER'S "DUK-BAK.*'
' In si .,.-  ' . !til si_, , ,, , |   ,
'"���   ' ���       ��� ��� ed.to keep th
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GEO. A. SLATER S    DRY SOX."
' ' ' leather lined Bl icher cut Boot, with
upper leather of Qlant-Calf���our mosl   re
liable Bo. I
THE "DOCTOR SPECIAL.''
A    ''   ' ;":' '"�����   o.v call Boot, with visoollzed
*ratei*prooi   ..:���     ;, bool we high!, recom-
r or Ladies
GEO. A.   SLATER'S "INVICTUS"
Boo . mad ��� ol Brm VI. I kid, uppers lined
u'"' leather; the ol, are heavj vlscollzed
'���'''   tanned and thoroughly waterproof
THE   EMPRESS
a   lieai    lookl i
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c.	
f'   !
Winti r Calf Eloots
';'-       for  fall   we ir
heavj
m.-n
:-'   comfort in 6very detail
THE   "CROSS"   SHOE.
mad   of  Vi lour Calf,    with    extra  heav
soles, making  an   Ideal  bool   [ot  the   w<
weather,
240 Colti-rib-a Street,
Phcne 4.'35
Japanese    Dvst Psi
TorJay'a    Special
10c car.h,   regular |5c.
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
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���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Every order pl��C��d **"th
us means ,1 satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Kales on (V  rl. Of .nr  ���
criptlon  or quantltj
on application,
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New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
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THE      DAILV
If .Tou WANT HELP
H E VV 9 Stores 1. H. SMITH Tlie Casli Stores
raordinary
Bargain Values!
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ANOTHER LOT OF
. ick lefl on Mon-
' uirlottetown, Prince
ofl  a i ox of "B.
one.   li will make
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|0 Iiis sto la a progressive one, oui chief aim
w :��� patrons, and tin- only oerL_!n way to do so
'HiiUiiy goods at the lowest possible   price.
*      _, er-bought in some line- we do not hesitate in
I effect a speedy reduction.    Having .in over-
t ,   . i mentioned lines *-*..- are now offering same
j^:. * at WHOLESALE PRICES	
bEE     WINDOWS. SEE  WINDOWS.
Phenomenal  Blanket  Saving
$4 7_>  White   and   Grey   Blinkets   for $3.25
he   lot, Whlti  Sofi Finished Ral ied i   i
i ' -I/.-, also in  silver grej, go id
food chance to  - e a  blanket ai  cosi
p   . i
A Bargain in Hign Grade
Blankets, slightly soiled
a this lot   Thej comprise o     sample Btock, tn
teen on vlet. as samples o! our stock. Owing to
��� :������;��� are dlghtl:  so I   I .���.:. I tor thai reason we
.i  -'ilis'aiiiia'. r<-li'i". ni   a-   will mike it   worth
ime an I purchas      |t9  Bl o ets foi   .7:    ***- 00
* . 00, and so on.
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���1'- -      ��� ' i and bettei bri ad .Purit.
H'"1 ��� I-;- le's, From  -tret,
���*��� ' ���"��� "i.i child, Eddie Andi r-
son, son ol Mr, anil Airs. W, A   An (
son, " ,  dli i ai the Royal Co-j
lumbl ��� .     .     rday.    The lit-
tie ri ' i i; all inmate of thai
Institution lor the pasi two weeks,
having ...:, broughl down here foi
treatment bj the mother, who remaln-
wiii keep your feetled In the citj while the boj wa under
**jtrefttmem The body will probably be,
shipped to  Vgasiz tor Intermeni
.-nt down a scow of
.    �� 'ii 1,_  from  Pitt
j Dressers and Stands
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��� AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
le ���     esterday for
time oi
will   spend   Bonn
LEE'S
|  Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium  *
��� LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
��� Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
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For first class cut flowers pot plants
or bouquets, telephone   Davis & Son,   '"'���*'*���������������-'������ ��� ���-���'������-r--<rJ- ���--������:":���::'������.���'������-���     ���*-:..r-?.:?y:.x-*<;-*<-:-   ������ ���*������ ���"���"--���: -���
���    of ilie Llterar)
���   mbian    college,    the
P ��� as   i loncen   company
omorro*��    evening    at
church, and on  Friday the ��� will  be entertained
111   thi   ! ; ii   .,:' Mai  chUTCh.
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The Lilliputians at
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Sensational Price-Cut
in   Boys
$1 30 Boys   Sweaters foi
Sweaters
85c
tOO    SOOd  tO  be I    f'OU   have     only     i'
he truth of oui  rtati ��� your own
have too tnanj of those Sw. iters and must cleai
'������ lose monej on them     Everj  one is all -
��� i  linAl and na.     tn I  ilso In tuany other tan-
.. ��� all .���        .       im 2 to 14 year
breat Savings in Women s
Flannelette    Underwear
lelette  Gowns  for  7-Av
llavau il    - k< luslve
he  "Brillante,'   made  by   the
We. ���>��� a- noi ented at
held in   Vane mveT   yes-
[or the  ,- . posi   ol
idvlsabl! secur-
,   inlclpalltii -  watei
,    nol     fin ling   much
. iallj.
Tor cut flowers ror any floral work,
i ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
Thi in ������ - Un    thi   B   C   E
,.    , .-;.   broughl   from   Eng
land    !  on. B       F n
uci on  of  the
. ction   ol   tl ���    -'��� ��� ��� itmin-
��� am   line,   Is  m
....     , ,,;   ill,   B,  C,   E   H    -
.    .    men being ��� mploy-
> . : In the ta -
For sale���Seven roomed house,
bath room, pastries, closet.-, wood-
\ * she : hoi -'* stall, carriage h
' * r, trees; on full lot. For further
>|9 particulars apply to own--:. 192 I h
s'reet.
florists.    Tel. B208
A number of promlnen G, N I: ol ��
ficlals visite i the ell ��� ������ ti rda: dur- i *
Ing one ol  their occasion i ol   '���
Inspection ol the western line   ol th.    |
sys n luded among the |
lng -I   M.  Gruber,  genera]   n   i
E. L. Brown, gei era     uperintendei       .
H.  A.  Hogland, chiel engl	
. -..    r   In   chargi   ���
thi m    and  N. C   C)
man, lines.
i rat ��� In  their prh ati   traiti, th" - .*.
offlcl ��� ��� ted 1;    ,'-''    *
stru.     . V, V  A; E. road   i    ��� ei d this  ���
city ai '. . ������' I Iel in u       .
by lhe G. X. R. in a short  time, and   ��
Gordon's Dry Goods House
Latest
A.re
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Suits That 1
Correct
also weni ovei  the Pori Guichon line. I -v
\.,i. . ���' cials '���'������ ' ������  make any
stai'-;        c mi erning the
comi'i
ni- of the
���
Sin.        -   Is   t'ne   genuine
footl> ���.,    $3.50.
his ���' udow.
���i'i .-
See  ihem in   ���
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.,  ��� . styles on view.    Very smart suits in
��� ,.     black, cheveron cloth, with braid  trimming silk
lined coat.   Dlrectoire style coat.   Special price      $39.75
Plain walking suits, tight fitting coat   in   tweeds,   serges    broad-
���    i ...,        Special price *2<-' <*��
at   a   ' hinese   eating
i of cloths  in semi-fitting, Ion*? coats.
���:��� i   and   trimmed,  made  verj     .;;
> l and Jl 25 v. 75c.
It is unofl
��� hal     th      \*oi   len     Pa
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Pacific line, bi
house  on  Kan ...        ��� ���-    early  thi
morning    .   Jap named     Matsumura   ���
was .-.-,;   . (ng  struc     ���
�� Ith  .'  ��� v. li , led another Nip-
,iiiii' -���   .   ��� .   Magata, who   '
is iv      ...    charged   j
with ng 'a   followed  a   ���
no. .   i in : ' ulmlnated In   ;
... with ,i sequel at the   j
Roj . il f ;��� the vic
tim o ''ii    1-Mstanee
��� ���I s. Bo irke was
���    chop
while D iwell   was
also il  aid
to  N      imura, who ��� ��� ut lip
l'i.
Special  Price $23.75
THE FASHION CENTRE
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Flannelette  Drawers lor 25c
I FISHERMEN WILL IIP
10 DEFEAT J.D. TAYLOR j
T. ti. Smith |
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
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alnsi  two of th ���      ',"'��� B( ntatl. ��� ax* etlng    f i ec-
,    , .,   , Banker and Cs ,r8 of lllc' Sunbury distrii ��� was held
! ;   .���    .    ki iping    bawdy
hous. -.  ��'  ���   cample ��� d  yestei daj   al
The Public Supply  Store Offers to
the General Public
A FREE DEMONSTRATION
of the famous ''Russian de Luxe
Tea" which is the highest grade
Tea sold in America and will be
demonstrated by one of Tetley's
Best Tea Demonstrators.
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'hi   i :���      olli     ' .mt, and they  wen
each fined $50 and costs, on thi
llcltor, W, l'. Hansford, giving an un
dertaklng thai  I iffence should not
occur again and thai the women would
leave the city.   W Q   McQuarrie
Public Supply Stores GEOp^AMS
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B   C
Prop.
Phone  92.
We have the best stuck
of Waterproof Hoots ever
wn in this city.
It won't be our fault  if
ou don't have dry feet,
for we guarantee our vis-
colized interlined rawhide
oles to be absolutely waterproof.
Have you .-een the dem-
tration in our window'.'
No other Shoe ever stood
test,    18 hours in the
.   , perfectly'dry.
See them in our   window.
in the Sunbury Bchool housi      sterda
- vening,    ll,   ll.  Quaggan   o    ipjiiu-
ihe chair,    include! amon half
��� ! presi ui were Dr,  '   !_��� i  Wilson, i f Ladner;   \   P ti i   in, H. Alc.v
andi r,    George    Weldon    and    Tom
.. -i       The    prim Ipal      peakers
I I  A.   Malins and A  Whealler. both] 	
ol wh ni made telling Bpeeches show-   ���������-���-���-������*---������������-*������������������-���--���----���������--���������������---	
The  Dominion  pianos oroerea      i    was entitled to Ihe support and vote o
������eel       iu1     il- la; ,  uian [n ,.���. district,
arrived,    Hi- -���-,,.  Btan*d  taken   by    the  Liberal
eautii       i        md see them,    I    -'       indldate on the Aslatli  qui ition was
I     : oiise, Columbia  S      '   dealt   with  exhaustively  bj   Mr,  Ma-
. who in .  lui Id manm i. ela orat-
Thp Pirl neiis   compan;   ru      , ,,      ,      .    ,      , ���    ,..,���
1,1   ' " h i.id on   Mr.  Jardine a  slogan  ol      No
8lv��   ,i   i one. 11    iu   Queen's   Avenue
. i   ���
���*����������������������������������������������������������������������*���* �����������������������*>��������������������������������������������������
0- The Highest i
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no
license," as   applied   to
even,n8 al i'.i'.i. fishermen on the Prasei
riv-
o'i ioi
i ��� ���
'''"        , hi   manner In which 'tn* Cons r-
! ,'"'"i" 'ian ' ���    governmenl    al   Victoria   hs
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assured.
���<
��� rly persecuted the fishermen
���  i
S
\*aJmmamm  ^ ^���i
He Reliable Shoe Man
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, .     -,,...       ea hi       the v as al o deall  with at length bj
"  colleci peaker, who contrast! d th
enti rprisi  In I ���    r. rded these -ame woi    ���
are In    o Liberal governmenl or Ottawa
ol   li      I ic Ion ������  the Bshermen among th
...      i   evei dience were In entire sympathy  wii
, ,.;.      eport much pi - ���     .. sentiments ol the Bpeakei   was
.... Ba i, public oplnl ��� i    , jnlj   evidence!     by   the   :':-
mlldlng  of  hoi ch greeted his concluding rema
;, ,[; : ml lands, more ea       demonstration  which    once    again
bo as the smooth garni   . lalnly  emphasized  the  tact, alreadj
,,.    rm-".'  years    ago by [-(.cognized by all except a tew rabid
;,!:���   Day ii- nol  yet  forgotten Tories,  that   the  fishermen  will  vote
: , contributed to his fund golldly tor Robert Jardine on Mondaj
.'.,. , i ,, liei, .    ���������; ���''  among  Persian ni,XT|  the  party  with  which  his op-
.,,��� ! ponent   is   associated  having demon
-  atei |iiaini\  tiiat no fair play need
Ihieid, representing the Sword be expected   from   the Conservatives
,1   Advertising,  Vancou - il  any time.
ln the citj aai will be ii th.  Wii I   ���      Tlte record of the Liberal govern-
couple of days where he ��ll   ' > meat,  and   more  f?peclall
,,  ,, talk with any ;���  ung] tnde of  the  Liberals
i ol learning ttte pvofes- j the  laboT    element
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in Quality
The Lowest
in
Pri
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nr
rates for Insurance
"���r I I !im canii'it meet
yon thnt the quality of 'be insurance my companies give >'ou i-
not as pood, bul I can prove it Is the best, and challen?<* any cf
them to prove a single instance where they have not ; aid their
losses with promptness equal to any. investigate for yourself
before plaeinp your insurance, .and if it is a Question of value
for your money  I am  satisfied you will place it with me
ALFRED W. McL!
wui; I'^'I't i Economy Insurance Broker |
if  Canada   was V ..       x
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.     S
I demand for proficient writers A,  Whealler, wuoae    remarks    wen- o ^
md    ��� 'a ��niall.    Mr. si.: M closely follow..,, i,y the audience. Mr. ^^^^^      ^^ o*C+D*0*0*0*><X>*C+0*0*3+0*0
., pleased  to give useful tofor-   whealler snowed a masterly grasp ol  u***s*-*j���^rr^*^ a_.
.,    i the nun ier having had ex-, his suibjeot, quoting facts and figures  ;    _~   "
A,, ,,       ,.-..,-ienc"    In    the    ri'.'ii'J-li in supiiort of every contention he nl-
i States an I Canada In every branch  itj vuaci'd  in  u  innnner that   broojted  <>!'
^'tbeprotesslori. *�� I no contradiction.
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REPRODUCED FROM THE  MONTREAL STAR OF WEDNESDAY. OC- nllllUnL     dLJJIl/ 1
TOEER 7.    MR. HUGH GRAHAM, PROPRIETOR   OF  THE STAR,   HAS   IN
ALL  RECENT   ELECTIONS BEEN  THE MOST POWERFUL AND ACTIVE (Continued  from   Page   I.l
MEMBER  OF  THE   CONSERVATIVE PARTY  IM QUEBEC PROVINCE.  "" ~~        '
have '���" ����� a effected In two others, N
aaimo and Kamloops,   We hope -���
"It is   iselesj  for Mr. Borden to go ahead with  his denunciations    of to hold conventions iu these two, ai
graft   and  Igno'n   the charms thai are made against his lieutenants.    The complete their organization, when
Toronto Globe has  been digging In tho evidence given  before the  Insur- Is don.- we shall have all the. po.
ince Commission with a view���apparently���to getting some material  with districts  In   the  province  organized,
which i" reply to Premier Roblin. Rohlin has been talking Crow's Nest Pass;   ii maj   be necessary In the near I
and so The Globe retorts by talking Swan   river.    The   Swan   river   story,  ture to subdivide both Vancouver and
as The Globe reminds us, was about the purchase from the Canadian Nor-1 New Westminster, as each cove-..  ..
very large territory.
thern railway of some ten thousand acres of land in the Swan river coun-
trj for Premier Roblin and another by a Winnipeg lawyer. Subsequently
Mr, Roblin bough! out the other man and was solo owner. Hut these lands
w.-re purchased and held In ihe name of the Winnipeg lawyer, Mr. 11. W.
Whitla. Mr. Roblin apparently did not want to appear in the matter at all;
and this is not. surprising when it is remembered how constantly the
Canadian Northern people were .before Mr. Roblin'.-* government and legislature for favors. ,
"But there is another part of the story which should be of even more
interest to Mr. Borden than the secret negotiations of Premier Roblin���
though that gentleman was recently his ally on the platform, and did not
hesitate to use language before a Brockville audienoe which must have
largely neutralized any effect his previous utterances had had.    This other
part of the story introduces the figure-of  Mr.  Foster.    The Globe  tells  usi giving    publicity    to  our   work
that in 1903 these lands were sold to the Union Trust company at $5.25 an should   be  undertaken   by  other
GILLETTS
HIGH
GRADE
Progress  of  Work.
As  the  work is just  beginning     in
most  of  these districts,  1  cannot,  report much progress.   1 am pleased to
stale that Victoria Is taking the lead,
and   that,  ihe officers are  seeking to
make the- organization a real factor In =
building   up  Sunday school  work    in
that city and vicinity.    The president Ui
of the Vancouver district is editing aiS
page in one of the daily papers once
& week.    This is a splendid means of
an l
dis*
MUlttR
ABSOLUTELYPURE.
SOLD IN PACKAGES AND CANS.
Same Price as the cheap
adulterated kinds.
E.W.GILLETT^r^
TORONTO. ONT.
������������eee~*~'r
^^ V W**WW*i
iVEIL PINS and
BEAUTY PimJ
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|W. C. CHAMBERLt
Th��
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Solo Agents  fo
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Longlni 9   V\.. i
Hamilton   W;_-
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||        The Fraser Valley Nurseries
���    have for the coming season a very conafk-te
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Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found ��
for Sale ���:- To Rent -:- Etc
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acrft���Premier Roblin had paid $3.10 an acre���and that Mr. Foster re- trlcts. This district is also planning
ceived a personal commission of twenty-live cents an acre for making the a number of lectures for teachers, to
purchase. It further .adds that the records show that a check of the Union i oc, delivered by Principal McKay dur-
Trust company was paid shortly after to Hon. George E. Foster for $2480,|ing 111(. coming winter. 1 wish to say
which would be exactly twenty-five cents an acre for the amount of landU0 au district officers that you have a
purchased. So here we have the manager of the Trust company which pur-1 splendid opportunity to strengtl
chased  the  land accepting  a  commission to make th.   purchase. ,1I1(| (it.V(.i()ji  the work In the Sundaj
"Now, what does Mr. Borden think of that transaction? The manager schools of your districts.
of a trust company should surely think only of the Interests of his com-j ���.-.,,-,. ol- ,)K, gve organized districts
pany and of the safety of the *trusi funds' which it handles when he negO-1 jjgj^ their conventions. I bad the
tlates a purchase on its behalf. He is liound to Ret the best bargain he can privilege of attending each, and ean
for ihe men who trust him, and who pay him presumably an adequate reiJOrt that the work done in each was
salary to look after their business. In ihis case he waa really aci ins for the practical and of a high order. Con-
Foresters, and the funds he was investing were largely moneys upon which ferenceg were held in the other t��o
i!n wives and children of the Foresters were depending for their security districts, at which the question of ��� i
from want if their natural protector should be taken from them. ganizatlon  was discussed and tempo-
Will ,1. B.
this office.
i",**,!",!-!.!"!!".?- ���''!"'ic-!i'-!!*-!i-*!';-]!--].:':!''
please call for letters at
WAXTKli By a steady carpenter,
work; wages reasonable. Address
.las. Goodeve, city, or apply at Mr.
M.-Kay. 286 Columbia street, by
Royal studio.
LOST���English setter pup ibitch,;
white, with black spots. Return '<>
Chapman's billiard parlors,
me : '
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, ljut start your orchard right, by buying fj
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with famlgation      I
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,000 fruit trees
can handle your order, no matter what the size.    If v,    .
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lakf- fir prlci -
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
��� �����������������������������������������������������,, mm
WANTED���By respectable Scotchwoman, a few hours' work, house or
church cleaning.   P. O. Box "',\2.
���'.
witl
HEATING STOVES
if jon want a heater for soft or hard coal or woi I
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks, handsome In appearan .
heavy nlckle trimmings.    Also large range of alrtlghl
IXj not forget to call in and inspect our Oxfo
Ranges, the ranges that give reai  genuine Batisfactloi
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.!
"Yet -Mr. Foster is accused of taking  a  personal   commission   of $2480
rarv officers
Now, how did  Mr.
for investing these 'trust funds' in a particular place.
Foster earn  that  commission ?    Why was it paid him
selected these western lands as the test   possible   place
of his 'trust  funds' in any event, who was  fool enough  to give him   f-_o�� i j-eren
for doing what he would have done in any case ?   And if he would not have!
ippointed to arrange for
'conventions.    Previous to the annua!
If he would have;conventioa 0l- ^ Vancouver district,
for the investment A held flve one-day institutes in di:
l"-1'. forent sections of the district.
I  have   endeavored   in co-operation
WANTED���White waitress; good wages. Apply to West End restaurant.
oeoK>eoeoeo*oo*K>eo*��o*oeo*K) o*oeoeoeoeo��oo*oec*c*:
Now is the time to look after your!
invested these funds there otherwise, but was induced to do so by an offer | wlth tj.p C(?nU-ai committee to perfect
of a personal  commission,  how  does Mr. Borden regard this treatment ot j the organizations of the necessary departments and secure superintendents!
a sacred trust '.' These are questions for Mr. Borden to consider; for the
impression exists that, iu the event of his winning the elections, he pro-
posee to make Mr. Foster finance minister of the Dominion of Canada.
"As finance minister, .Mr. Foster would occupy a position of trust    ofl
far greater importance than he held as manager of the Union Trust com-1
pany.    Now.   Mr.   Foster argues  that his conduct in the latter position was;
entirely proper.    He has not told us that he erred when he accepted tins.
commissions, and when he profited personally   by   the   speculative   investment of his   trust funds' in the Powlej"-Lefurgey enterprise.   It is not only:
legitimate, therefore, but no more than prudent  to inquire whether he intends to apply  these  same  principles to the handling of thy Dominion finances.    Will he take a personal commission for floating a federal loan, for
example ?    if he will not, why will he refrain   from  doing  what  he did   in
this other case, and for which he has noi   asked   public  forgiveness ?
"Mr. Borden should think of these things when launching his shafts
against Liberal 'graft.' One word of condemnation for ihe 'black sheep' In
his own fold would do more to win public confidence Uian columns of attacks ui on the sinners iii his opponents' fold. That there are lots of sinners across the way for him to arraign goes without saying. One can hard,
ly throw a brick into either political camp without hittin._i a member of
th- Plum Tree club, The Conservative speakers can dwell on the records
of Burrows, Turriff, Sifton, Sir Frederick Borden, Emmerson, Stratton, et |
al. at almost any length. There is lots of Liberal scandal with whicli to j =,
tickle the ears of their partisans. But the country is waiting for some in-1 __
dicatlon that the responsible leaders of the Conservative party realize ***
that  there is also an  IH-smelllng mass  of    Conservative    scandal    which |
must be senl  to the dump If that party is io be hailed as an instrument I Union   	
of purification. /   Baptist    	
"The Liberal leaders show the same lack of courage, though someone Church of  England
certainly has tin- retirement of Mr. A. W. Fraser, of Ottawa, to his credit.  Congregational
Still there is a long procession of tainted  candidates  who    should    follow [Methodist   	
hini to the rear.   It Is bad enough todiecover such 'able bargainers' among Presbyterian   ....
WANTED���Englishman desiring to
settle, in district, requires position
as bookkeeper or cashier. Highest
references, London, England. Post
Office box 7a4, New Westminster.
WANTED���Young girl to mind children.    Apply A. M., News office.
FOR  SALE���Piano;   part   cash,   oal-
ance terms.    J. IS., Daily News.
for the same. The following five departments heve been agreed upon:
Elementaly, adult, educational, extension and moral reform.
Statistics.
It ig always very difficult to secim
accurate statistical reports. Considering that this is the first year reports have been required from all
schools in the province, the showing
is very good, but still they ars very
incomplete, .and because of this I have
thought that it would not be fair to
the district to print them in detail.
From tbe Denominational Year Books n'o RENT���Two furnished front bed-
WANTED���A couple to share home
with lady; terms moderate. Address  Mrs,  D., Britcola P.  O.
FOR SALE���Five acre lot, cheap for
cash. Brownsville; close in. Apply "M," Dailj   News.
and the reports I ha.e received from
the   district  I
table:
present   the   following
room. Applj Arrow Press, bach of
Windsor Hotel, or 287 Victoria St..
near Library.
*-9 -
a a
p  *_*
3"
WAN TED
Jones.
A    nurse
ill.   Mrs
Dr.
the camp followers of a party without having them thrust into our faces ns
th.- exponents of the highest ideals of the party. Moth parties should clean
house. Hm if is only the simple truth that this duty is especially Incumbent upon an opposition party, which Is not hampered by the possession ofl
the government honey-pot for the attraction of 'flies,' and which Is asking j
the country to 'turn ihe rascals out' so thai it may give us clean, honest,
trustworthy and unselfish patriotic government."
Reformed   Episcopal
Tt
-_"!!
251
114
12
Totals
Extent   of
7      1779
Work.
619
2003
.IOd.I
SO
8398
,,680
12(1
17955
TO RENT���Delta farm, 220 acres, all
cultivated and underdralned, good
house, barns and buildings; spring
water piped on to property; shipping facilities by water and rail;
church and school close; produced
$6000 this year; 5-year lease to
right party. White, shiles & Co.,
New   Westminster.
TO LET���Housekeeping
Ished or unfurnished,
room witb fine view.
Ninth  street,  city.
rooms   furn
also   siugb
Apply 1231
EYES
Call
in.
Eyes Tested Free
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
04C*0*0*C)*0*CXD*0*0*0*OK)*C 0*0*K>*0*0*0*0040*0*��C*:**
III
A'Phone
Will Bring Coal
I,, ..our place just as
can    get   It  then
..C
,
don'i eare how yon ...-  I
der.     Come in  per-
postal   card,   send   a
or call   us on    thi     I on'
either   case   you   gel    ' ���
kind of coal.   Thai  Is
an')  cleanest yon  pvpi
yonr cellar.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
BOTH   PARTIES   SPLIT
IN   YUKON   TERRITORY
Earthquakes in Philippines.
Manila, Oct. 20..���Two sharp earthquakes were felt here today, followed
by a third which wns less severe. Mo
damage was done In or about Manila
and  as yel   no report   lias  been  recelv-
Island.
Dawson. Oct, 20.���Klondike Liberals
and Conservatives itotb are to hold
conventions ihis week and next to
nominate  candidates   for   parliament, j ^ from other places on thi
The  ranks ol   both parties are split. | .	
Gi ' rgi    Bl ick   and   Joe  Clark   ai ���  the |
candidates  among  the Conservatives
and  I". "I". Congdon and  Roberi   l/>wi
anion.:   the   Liberals-,   and   ev.       om
ol   -; i ... the  nomina
tion Is expected  to   un ind.   en len! Ij
The following statement will give
you nn Idea of my field and office
work in this province:    .. district con. ;
Elections   in   Prince   Edward   Island.
Charlottetown,   P.   E,   i..  Oct,   20
The I. glslal ui e dissolved todaj :  nora
in.'linns  November   11.   election  November  18
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern  Hank and the Crown  Hani;
amalgamated  under authority of Ac! of Parliament.
if ('an,el i,
HEAD OFFICE       - - WINNIPEG
Capital Authorized  $6,000, ,00
Capita] (Paid-up)  $2,200,000.00
lies: and Undivided Profits  $225,000.00
Mill;.
action.
Bu;
i u'liii rh
equipped to undertake every description ol Banking Irans
Ll    :       'lir    !l
Exchange, Drafts   and   orders
all
E. ALLAN, Loca! Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
ventlons held. 15 public meetings addressed, ���"��� Institutes conduct', d, 12
committee meetings attend. I, l��
schools visited in session, L'i addresses delivered, 18 round table and < on-
ferences conducted, 20 teachi i training lessons taught, 168 letters written, 90 letters received, 2326 pii 11    of
( literature  s. nt  out,  2222mil.     travel*
I led  by   rail,     113   miles tra -    ��� |   bj
steamer,   Ifl  miles  travelled h\  cu
age,
M r.   \i ul head   also  di ew tlon
i" the small numbei- of scho ai |oln
Ing the church, a the , i i.,.;
an- reported, nol two scholui ui each
il. "This is ii,.. real ti u all
our work, and when we sei ,, tew
scholars   taking   the    _i   Imp i ani  '   """
Zyyy      A;,:.;:,.:;: .Japanese Employment Agency
(Mls' ���ii"1 Bee ���< ���'" ilng Is noi wn ir- CONTRACTORS
in   both   these   directions." and  TRANSLATORS
FOR SALE- Light pony cart, ln good]
condition; or exchange for buggy.!
.Morley, Vancouver road, Kast Bur-j
naliy.
FOR SALE House, stable and two!
lots, cleared and fenced. Second
street and Tenth avenue; price.
reasonable, and terms easy. Also. (
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.!
Apply to Geo ��� Sh p, on the premises,
V I_ S T M 1NSTE R EMPLOYMENT
.okncv Undei di w management,
266 Columbia ��� ������ ��� *. Phone :'',;,;- P-0
box 807. Can I ii'i'.v you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of:
charge Branch office, 107 Cordova -
Btreel west, Phone A 27150. Vancouver, B. C.
����������������������������������������� ����������������*���������������������������������������������������������������*'
BBKKKIiJ?jryO-'r:jrr.:>iVJ.*^?%'.������. ^-Jf.
We are now booking private
Christmas Cards. Printed Greetings
with your own name.
A beautiful line of samples car
be seen   now   to   select   from.
:
���
j J. J. MacKay & C
Booksellers
Stationers
New- I
������   ;': -J*?.--.''
��� <>��*��������<_ ����������4 *����>���������������>��<> ���������������������������������>���>����� "���� ���*���"
Male   and  Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
.Miss McNiven sang .. hoIo, and an
addn ss  was  given bj   VV, c.  iv r,.,.,
, superintendent   ol   the   aduli   ,\,,, in.
,,',     ,.:., '     '  '"'     COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY    STS.,
: ment,   which   was    listened   in   with'
much   pleas,,,,-.     He   ,,    ,   .,,,,. NEW' WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
| tion  in   Sunday  school work,  the    u ,-   Phone   43!- P.O.Box   885.
jeei  being "The World    s ndlcnte."      ���
p-#0*0-*0-*0-*0*00-fO*0*0*0-'tO*lK.  C*C��<.���'���*C���C'*>CC*>C*
��� The Best
��� *
*':
Five and  ten acre blocks ol the
cultivation, on Chilliwack nam line.
upon  ;bii   ; "i I    Ti, ie    reasonable.
dralm il a
Call and ��� nam i ���
ap-
-
. nlnj.
A   nominating   .- mltti     wa
. olnted '.y the presld. nt, and tli
sion  was adjourned  till  this
al 9 a.  in.    A MU
be hi Id in the aft. >,,        {].,.
Iay sc su I o       . .   . |
J* Newsome & Sons 5
Painters and  Decorators        ���
Dominion Trust Co.? Ltd
Estim "'   on >     I
ii>9 Sixll, Avenue
t ivsmiaKttBa-i&zjzmiatJitt MBflsr.*?J3_. zzzz&rjarg *?.:. ..isggBff iL*JaZ"JZW!StP
S
THOl.. R. PEARSON,  Ml        **'
Real Estate, tie. Money to
*  * -*��1
tl
1308.
THE DAILY NEWS.
��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������^
nenoacli
PAG ft. otfVES
COMPANY,  Limited
WHOLESALE
and RETAIL
i
RUTCHERg
COLUMBIA
STREET
Pkone 101 PKone 101
I UlMMMlMM ��������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������;
n uaw
*.   ������
From Otker  Points  of Vi
lew
Follow direction?
At Soap and know ho v perfectly a pure Boap
imply because it IS p . contains nothing
that will injure the fine    fabric
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
that will injure tne ni*..-
Five Cents A Bar
I:   -
...1. ���. '    a ,
- ' -  -.    speak
r     hai .    ,
'
;  .. atlons  �� ,   .        .
as
make Borden's fa..   .
i hi   same -    to    Lead
  I
should j vane�� notices promised four premiers
-=     '     . -'   " ���     ��� -     ;atoon in a concei    .
Th
iresent   managemen
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourtli   Avenue   and Mai   m 3treet,
SEATTLE
wlsheB   tu   announce that  UNIFORM REASONABLE
RATES wlll prevail in the f-iture,    regardless     of    conventions
I    Fair, etc.
RATES
a^i��a.-.U_
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE   	
��iiieliei throughout Canada and Newfoundland.
New Vo:-.. igo and   Spokane, U.S.A.,
eral Banking Business Transact.d.
Uteri cf Credit Issued, available wl tL correspondent,. In all
World.
||itlr.gi Bank Department.     Deposits  received in sums of Jl and upwards.
md Interest allowed at _! per cent, per annum (present rate> added
four times a year,
til Asieti ove: $1GS,00<).000.00.
S*_\V WESTMINSTER ..RANCH Q   U.  BRYMNER.  M\Qj***;<*r
Room   $1   per   day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per   day up.
Poom   with   bath   $2-50  per   day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day
���... ne i  unreasons le  In
hotel another trial;   we will   prom - ���
���'      DUgh - ���'   -!i-l
��� ���   past,
to   send
i
-
*.ll an   outBlde rooms, with hot  and - .*���. .   heat
���'���I    m -   '      ace I - < ihone.    Bus meel    ill trains and  bo il -
CARLETO.N  GILBERT,   NU:
Joe  Martin  Recrudesces.
Mr. Joseph Marti!       - joins       th v
;'ahe Asiatic Exi igue can.  .,
| in  Van    ....     As the a
didato Includes  Asia ���   exclusion    in
his  platform,    and th     Conserve
candidate does like-*:.-.   lU(i the Li!
era! candidate follows s lit, it does
appear clear al first wha! -pecial mis.
.-ion .'oo Martin has to :.>*k ...f'e,
question.   Th< subjeci   - bound ���
 m     u of attention no m i
'������   - uin*-       la the uppermost ma
on  the   Pai .'.    coast,    and    ma>
trou li   In a ei     ivhtcl
;n lis res thi   v.. o-Japa i
treaty,   Is    . Brlf - ,n  British
1   ��� imbla      "vi   thi      in     time   Is  il
���  i" i-       isi   where   Joe   Martin
- in   ii     anguage I ��� ihold
fever���li would Inflami   ������ ���   hing, and
-   .    this  - ill     n   -ds  ..     .    ful, not'
-a>   d< Iii an    jpeakln Mai
las  nc    from
Halifax to Vancouv -. ibe com
pany hadn't been on >��ii a week
'" Ion   : ��� ��� .       sir jam��s
Whitney, prime tenore assoluto
co vouldn't join:  a!
���    slipped    awa England,
svhence  h�� now  comes  laarging bark.
the Borden ton      ��� ...    halt-flntsbed
Premier Hazen, of   Nf**    Brunswick
wouldn't, come into Ontario for -.im**-
reason or other, ani Premier McBride.
of Brltlsb Columbia   llkewlee refused
to go very  far au.,     | ,-om    his    own
Bkles     ile took the   . ound that    the
Ontario climate gave bim sore throat
and thai the people d.-wn ther<. didn't
appreciate hla antl Japanese song anj
waj     Pr> mlei   Ro lln   the    barytone
soloist    from    Wlnnlj   _    has    been
Leadi r Borden's onlj n llabli  wai
Vttorm j >.- i Bowser,   ot
British Columbia . - his understudy,
The brooding i as! ened to them
with attention, if not with pleasure,
and  made this on!\   criticism,    thai
 114,400,000.00
111,000,000.00
and   ln   Loudon,   England,
and Mexico City.     A lien*
parts of tbe
complicates the situation  in Van-  ,1,|M had too much wind in their notes
The    -story    goea  thai    the   reason
Thrifty     I
Women    I
an_naM_H.il
���
:
Nine time.- out of ten 'he women
are the money savers ol I te famll;
Men mean well enough The; knov*
the ral ie ol bavins money In
bank, but they hav.-n't the knack ol
saving. They haven't learned the
it one dollar do the work of two In buying in I
ithe   dollar awa      ������  l       rain;   da    that is bud    ���
���
\ci-
STS an
; .. Ial and held  subject
,   :. ig .:.-      Parents who desire to opi
name o I t to  the order of
'
.    o.:- HOME   SAVINGS   BANKS,     in
Vi     ��ill i en . ��� -���:,'.; a the resull -
SAVINGS BANKS. ::, . medium and smal
Dished on application.
Easterbrook Milling  Company
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR
imperial S7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel. .    $6.30   "
Terminal $5 50   "
i . i ���   candidates not
inj. bin four are worn And
i is J "��� a In, the
limit won!; seem t��� havi been reach
ed. It's no use telling ' I i go back
an | -it down. He Isn'l - . i- way
He llki - to hold i I     i    n d-hot
i a ise,    Au.  Iss ie that lo    .  like   a
bomb is for Joe Mai i In -
Martin maj   I > ���    hi - i ouni        but hi
Premier Whltnej would noi go west
any more than Premier McBride
would come east had - ��� sourci In the
colonial conference al London, England, where Sir Wilfrid Lauriei played
one premier agalnsl the other Sir
.lames Whitney he praised  and made
ng Joe mucB of' a'*'- "-P0"1*8 ��" aa tU��� *:rr,>at
min of the banner province of Canada; Richard McBride he passed over
dangi ri is a
near a powder barrel
as     ono    ean
I   ��� \ es Joe   Mart a ton     ' ��� is    Ego
tl as dangi .- , thing to place **- silence, thus offending that ambitious young statesman 8 amour
propre. The result was tha! a coolness grew up between the two
satraps, and now neither will vlsll
the other's domain    Colliers Weeklj
li .   lm
coi
w   ���:.;���
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET. New  Wettminster. Telephone 333.
���Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Cuptu. an.l fl.i.ru
$8,290,000
Incorporated
1369
Total At.teta
$47,400,000
BANKING HY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
'��� is-tkk Branch.      f,  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
Interest Added Four Times a year
.  - -, ���     - .-#
1
THE t,
ST jfPxy
J. HENLEY
tut Mi wi*
auHUti vw��
lti SO* SBtJIH
Jtltl���HA.U
lit.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters
Family  trade a  specialty.
Tel.  113. Offlc*   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths'
FOR SALE BY
COAL HARDMAN SCO.
C
OOKSLEY'S
Pictu
re
roll is
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
BEST   QUALITY
BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Mayers y preston Fro��*Slreel Tr"sl m
p. ii
p.
OX .   -t  5
'Phone   105.
1' 11  Box
SUP* STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
K,.,	
NEW WESTMINSTER
474        ret S3        if-
Estimates   Submitted.
POST CARDS
ARE  NOW  ON  BALE  AT
M.   MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE
J     G.    GAMCN'S   CIGAR    DIVAN.    F.
VACKENZIES    DRUG    STORE    and
THE  FAIR," Columbia  Street.
B. C Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Vancouver and new Westminster
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID.
Man il ii**
Proprietor.
rers or
������umbei
M.t'it-iracturer* and Deater* in All Kind* ot
Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Saah,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
r Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
M City Branch, Columbia St.
elephone 12. New Westminster
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hences,   Crest
mgs, Balccny  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General lY,acl inn Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Westminster
Transfer Co.
��� 'Phone ms-     Barn 'Pn mi
Columbl.i   Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
mn    purl   nl  Un.   city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE -TRAM  DEPOT.
Office and  Works:
Until sire A  ���   New Westminster
r
B
ar gains
F. CRAKE I At Morev'
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Ceo.  Adam*.  Grocer
Ladles' Odd Watcnes   from 112.75 un
Gentt��nieu's 8llver Water-*" ipen
rice, ��6*oo.
Gentlemen's 3llv._r Watcnes. ilouhl��
case, $7.50 >ip.
Anent tor the celebrated ��"'*th Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.     Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, >weirv. etc.. etc.
Watch "-pairing; cnargee reaaon*
tibia.
rey s
40 pleie Ten Sots, Kngllsh ('hi-
nil.   $4.50 to   $20.00.
10 piece Toilet  Sets, decorated,
$250 to $10.00.
NKW  thlnpn In Chin*, arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
Who  Wi     ������   ���
Thp good -' i mser s lng    Sir
Wilfrid Laurier.   Whethi     ,    .���unlsh-
iiiiir  for hla slna or re-vi ird  tor his
goo l .!'' i i,   he Old Man  aa he ls ciill-
ci by his follower    I   to have another
term o|   om ei     In     ���  ��� il i a. ���
of things, sn- Wilfrid >'.i". noi a{    *1
in the c ��� intrj again     n-     I     ���;**''
Beven years ol 1 no-*   an I  In  1913 he
win i.. sevi ntj two    Bj  thai time I"-
will probably  be ready to carry oui
hla long-cherished dream of au   i as;
old age of books, contemplation, and
;i little gardening somewhere in   the
outskirts of the city ot hla heart, Old
Quel .<-.    And whe i Sir Wilfrid drops
out, either through age or feebleness,
then is there an en I ol solid Quebec
lU I  .,,, ,.���.|  of Uib* ral  triumphs lor
sum., time to come.   Meanwhile, since
sentiment   rules  the  world,   there la j
Httie aoubl  that  Laurier will be al-|
lowed t"  "finish his >-"-'""    Som'' "f i
hla colleagues mny have got a little j
nalned m the hand-to-hand Btruiigi"1
with the practical details of politics,
but Sir Wilfrid hims"lf is  above
proach,  and    for   thai    reason"
Btrength Is us the strength of ten with
tho people.   Sir Wllfrl i Laurier wlll
have to lit.' n great deal  weaker and
Leader Borden a gr< al   lea] stronger
iirfori' the government    majority   of
.sixty-six <-iiii tic wiped out.   This majority la drawn trom ever> province in
: Canada excepi I intai... and Prince E ���
' ward Island,    ll  will  i e    i ut    down,
,  i.  i dy cut In two   i' Is 'li ��� fn" "i
| govi lum' nl tally to    wi ar   out
their welcomi i ill still be bl *.,
enough to .   effective
i    . i ��� i..
the o in I
in iii.I,.       i-i    In! o   good |
. , in thi ���       i ou la
ma! -     I . -    '   .     IIillj'Ti-.
often I - part oi
rid   il
137   ri the ' .-���*
���
���ii. i Sir WU*
Dtlnued  presen. ���   In  Ontario
shows iii he i       I iBgi
oinl      I in "- i ���  II   le  reason  to be
e, however, i Whitney land-
i n ii   in- ans anything to Laurier.   it.
win  ��� ��� -. I   lhe   rei   I
positions of the two pai ties In 0 i
tario and Quebec remains tbe sa . ��� i
in the last election. Laurier may look
for loS&ea In Nova Scotia. New Br-ins-
wlck, Manitoba, and British Columbia.
Bat ' ven Bhould he lose twenty seats,
I.- would Still have plenty to com"
and ko on, Money talks in elections
In tno '��� ways than .mt.. Tli" betting,
mi- example, Is a Bate prophet. People who d.m't car" to lose their money
are K'lvlns odds on anything under
twenty Bve majority in the House and
. odds for anything ovet thirty-
r.illler'g Weekly.
SAURIES IN TOT TB
INCREASE 25 PER CENT.
Ottawa, Oct,  20    Sir   ���'��� ll    I   Lau
ii,.i  [n a li tter ;< oelved    .  Hal  ^,-
Civ rln, i i leral oahdldate   n "'��� ����� a,
at a  nomination  meeting  th -   ifl
noon, sayB he i ��� prepared to reco i
in. -.,t i.i iii ���   ���   : . agui -
tions of the civil servli e eomm       a
for a general Increa ie based on "������
of the salaries of loh the Inside and
outside Bervl ��f   Canada    In    the
Went th" commlNlon    recommi ad  I
nu Increase of 25 per cent.
SUPREME  COURT  CHAMBERS.
VMM0g
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street m
���������m
Supreme court chambers ye��tei$ay
I" fi re Chief Justice Hunter:
Hex.  vs   Sing.     For order absolute,
habeas corpus,    W, Q. McQuarrie for
crown. W, .1. Whiteside for defendant.
Order granted on ground that the -��� a-
viotion was improper,
In re w. As bury    For probate    w.
.!     Whiteside   for   executors.   Order
madi
In re Benjamin K   Moore    For pro*
bate    w  J. v> liiesiiie for executors.
Order mail-
in re David McVerj     For  idmlnis-
��� al on    Mr, w '
Order man''-.!.
.   McVery estate    For sale    ot
w. .1. Whiteside tor exi   i
Order made
In T- Henry Hti hi       For d< ��� I
\.iam  :'  Johnston  tor
' xe< UtOrS,     ' li ll   W      Nov-:' Ml
Bole, K.c.   tinier made
Coulthard For    pay*
���at of court, ia 1 ft"- jif
O. II   Martin   for
(   J.  D.  K \
Jenns -"or defend ������       l h I rr made
In re .lanes It.  Brennan,    To refer
in-'.!      \i|a :i S.
John ton '< -  W. Norman Hole. K c.
Turnbull vs. Jones.   Order for
jof property. J. K. Granl tor applicant.
i. ii vs, Frasei  Rl\ ������- Sawmills.
OTder to dismiss action.   J. i;  Orant
for defendants.
Macklnder  vs,   N iwton,   Order  tor
absolute order made,   J. R. Grant sup-
, ported ani'iii atlon.
In  re J.   H.  (Hunt.    Ordrn* for   iro-
'  te    .'  I). K' nm dj for executors.
Re Patrick Croghan, Application by
W, G. McQuarrie for habeas oorpus.
Croghan was committed for nine
months for mipplvlng liquor to Indians, and a bill for murder was
thrown out nt the Vancouver assizes
The Boraen Quartette. iilflt week against him.    An order nlst
Keeping the choir together   Is    al-   was  minted,  and tho habeas corpus
ways a hard job.   The soprano sulks proceedings will be taken later.
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THE   DAILV  NEWS.
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WEDNEso.v. ������ I
bowling    ASSIZE SEQUEL TO
CONVICTS' OUTBREAK
(Continued trom   F
age i.i
Low    3C0res   wen-   the   rule   in   the
Inter-house league game played yes- i
terdaj  evening between Bryson's and
Emery's   teams,   the   former   winning ^^^^^	
om by tbe small majority of ten pins,   killing, whether ii   was wilful or
Tonight   Vancouver  will  play  here  liberate, or  through  misadventure
againsi  a   local   team    consisting  of accident, the.,  uiighi And a verdici
Wlllette,  Rushton,  A.  !-:.  Hale, Clark manslaughter.
.in.:   V   !���'   Hale,  with Carver In   res-1    They   had  also
Glli hrl
f>n   Thursday   Latham's
'-  ���    ms will meet,
Capt.   Bryson's  Team.
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.
i
Mon:; .116
Cami ron
Will'-:--.
Brown
Bryson
120
.112
129
11 I
136
121
126
:: Til.
119- 349
114- 370
133- 366
1 Ll���366
154���387
1838
HI
Capt.   Emery's Team.
12 3     Til.   Ave.
Dailey        ....142 '.'7 125���364 121
Robinson     ...120 92 117���:!*_H 109
Ooulel    148 US 109���375 J-25
Rogers    122 108 109���:i:s:i 113
Emery    ill 160 120-���I L'i i40
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Majority for Br.. 's team, 10 pins. | Weston  for
^^^^^^^^^^^^   H     liiiii'-li hio: .
ind I Privilege of examining the public Institutions which were in their districi
and this was particularly the case
Ave,  the Westminster district, where   thi
u6  mosl    Important    public    Institutions
' .":   both Dominion and local, were centn
...  The m.-u. i jury should    visit   the   in
U2 stltutlons, because it was both to tui
129 J interests of tha public and  the
mates that the jury should do so.
Civil List Next Week.
In response to an application  froi
W. G. McQuarrie, iiis    lordship    sal'
ili< y won!,i not  be able to reach  tm
civil  actions    till   Tuesday    0l-    next
week,
Trial  of  Prisoners.
When the conn  resumed in the afternoon  the trial of    prisoners    wa.
commenced.   The first ens,- take,, was
that againsi William Fox and John B.
High   score-,   Enn ry   160.
High average, Emery 140.1.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
WARRANTS FOR SCRIP
READY TO BE ISSUED
nn     assail
on   William
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard BlocK, New Westminster.
Ottawa,  Oct, 20.���The   department
of the interior announces  ihat it    is
prepared   at  one ���  to  issue   warrants
to  over one  thousand   South   African
' volunteers   who  have   made  applica-
l tion for land  bounty    under the  act
! passed last session.
.Applicants should, without delay, in-
, form   the   department whether    they
1 want   land   or  cash  scrips.    As  soon
a., the department is advised the scrip
will  he issued.
A.-Y.-P. Directors Have Resigned.
Seattle. Wash., Oct. 20.-���Henry E.
Reed, director of exploitation of the
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, has
severed his connection with the ex|K>-
sition, and Krank L. Merrick, director
of publicity, will within a day or two
tender his resignation.
The resignation of Mr. Reed was
handed.  In  duplicate, to   President   J
Walsh, a warden at Wright island, on
May 27, and there was a similar
charge agalnsl the prisoners of assaulting Peter McGrerera, anothei
guard, ai the same time und place.
Prisoners pleaded not guilty to eai h
charge. The case against Walsh wns
first taken, Robert Cassidy, K. <*,
prosecuted for the crown, and prisoners were not defended. On oath Walsh
said that on May 27 he was inspecting
the convicts' worl;, when Weston
jumped on him, seizing him round the
throat. The other convict went to
Weston's assistance, and lie called for
McGrenera to help him. A fight for
the guard's revolvers ensued, and a
third convict came to the help of the
two guards, th' end of the strugglo
being that the two convicts were overcome, and taken into close custody.
Peter McGrenera said he interfered to:
protect Walsh, who was on the
ground, and they turned on him. A
shovel was brought into use. He had
not his revolver on him at the time.
Warden J.  C.  Brown    stated    that
Weston   was   serving   a   term of flv,.
! years for horse stealing, having been
convicted   at   Vernon     in     December.
I 1305, and Pox two years    for    house
J breaking at  Vancouver, convicted    in
March,   1907.    He was not  personally-
aware  of   :h
effective. Immediately after forwarding his resignation on Friday morning, Mr. Reed discontinued his work
for the  exposition.
*�����       ADVERTISE       �����
��� IN ���
THE      DAILV       NEWS
Real   Estate.
The.  right   person   would  "jump  at
the chance"   to  buy  that  property  of
yours    If    yon   adyertised   it in  The
Daily  News.
- .. - ,. * .. ^ n ^-,.^'..--r-..-^'^-w'.-^...-^'..-W'..wrw:rv:,.lw-rw:.,'VZ?9'%0-J?V'?J{^,.t
| Electric Railway Service ���
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$
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Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and war
stations will run every half-
bour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
,-,'_,__.! I aware of  the    tacts,    nor    did    the
iE   Chilli-erg and to Director General , ,     .
c.  i_._i_..i-<. h  ��*��� prisoners make a voluntary statement i
'i   \   Nadeau  on Friday   ast, with the
I. A. _-.aoc.-_u, on r i *u. j  i .....  about  the affair.    In  the box Weston;
reauesi   Hint   it  .become   immediately |
I request u ^.^   he   fe]]   Qut   wjth   Keeper   \ValSh
over the work which the convicts were!
doing, and being quick tempered    he j
went for Walsh.    He denied, however,
trying to take the revolver from    ihe,
guards.    Fox also gave evidence.    He I
admitted to  the charge of trying   to
gel   the gun out    of  Walsh's    pocket
while he was on the ground. Recalled,
Warden  Brown    said     Keeper'"Walsh
had  a  very good    record     with     the
!officials at the penitentiary.   The men,
I sent up  to  Wright  Island were some
of  the   best   in   the    institution,    as
they   enjoyed   certain   privileges    denied to those at the main Institutions,
Summing up to the jury  his lordship
said if the convicts had any objection
to the guards their appeal  lay to ihe
officials of the prison,  and  so far as
Weston was concerned    his    offence
seemed so clear that  ih,. defenci
hopeless.
*���#���#���#���!
City Line: Cars leave tram S
office on the hour, twenty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes af
ter, commencing at C:20 a. m.
��
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ;;;:
at ten minutes after the hour, S
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30$
a. m. :1
Sunday Service   hall-nourly ha- J
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
was
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE?
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$.30.00 rents new   modern 7-roomed  dwelling <m  Sixth avenue,
$25.00 rents on Fifth avenue. 6 rooms, modern.
$22.00 rent!  on Agnes Btreet, 6 rooms, modern, Jusl renovated.
$20.00 11 in.. ..roomed cottage on  Fourth street, modern, line lot.
$20.00 rente on Columbia street, near Crescent, 6 rooms,
$is.oo rent.- on St, George street,  C rooms, modern,
$18.00  rents  7-roomed   house on Third avenue,
lit
ii ui
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o   *\9 9   *���*����� JO.A. a. .a.'.- _i      -QiA*    >*\__-< "I
Tel ep S. o re ess   ." & - i O -' I
t     _______
�����;   suVL
, - '9.i**mmau.i��ujwtiaaja
Prisoners Sentenced.
The *������"���>    were   away   twenty-five]
minutes,    and    fnnn i    , i.
"'    '"uu i    tne    prisoners
u"'''-'-   ""'"tl-    a    recommendntlon    to]
""''''.'   on   H'oiiiii  oi    the    prlH ,ners
B00d  |,eco,|l-    The ge,  In    ,,���   llng
s'���",,���",''    ��'��"J��i  was  the ,!,���,  ������   .,���:
''"'"',   '"  i"'"'""    guards    and    ,,.���.
' ' " 'in  a   mosi   tha ikless
;""1    "ngracloi,      ,a8k    ,������    sllill,ling
Prisoners, withoui knowing whe��� [U,.V
'i.   lane,|   f,,,-
iwinted  o ii    :,.     ���.,,
"',"11'''     io  control     tin
:" I  *�����       mid    . ntenc      \\��� ���  ���     t|
,:'  ':'     "  '     ���   .ui I   Foj
 '    -1 eluioiial   in,,,,,    ,, ,
Mi    Cassid :    .
'"';' I   to   wlihdruv.   ihe   0, ���.    ,
' ' :" ��������� . -,   o|   ���
IH       ..:,.,,!.     , I     let     hi
lol;'isl*'i'  "���   ��� ��� .i   lh
���a   ;������' i  ,i .    ,, :,, h
Charge Withdrawn.
Tl"      ':  '    ":    *    I - H   11     ;.,.   ���,.   at
tempting   io   ,   ,,, ,.   rrom   ihe   n    c
PMltentlnrj     ��.,,     withdrawn       m-'
Ca88lUy  jsi'"'   tor  permission  ������   ���'
M '   ":   ;l1"  '":    I '        ���  man  had
looi-ne a good charactei since   ihi
assize wben he was previously u.   ire
the conn.    The   coun    ;ili���,,      |hfl
choi-ge to be withdrawn
Jenkins Will Be Defended.
The gran I  lui r returned
igalnai  Po i      ,
lb.-  ,,. -,,,       . |
Bald      id     -
Hh    ' Mi-   tt
'ft
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noee
Than Usual
t Mary an opportunity comes to us in buying our larpe stock tn     i
up special snaps at exceptionally low prices.    We mention here line  X
weccnsider are worthy of your quick attention and inspection.
An Underpriced Line of
Ladies'  Tweed Coats
$8
The most exceptional values in o,���- Coat Department section,   it ls not often ,-    hai
nlty to choose a coat of these qualities at as low price.
They are made of dark Invisible plaids and stripes; three-quarter lengths.   A few ol -he   ���
iTbutr Trpo,iars; ��:h,,:'s are made wuh bfc ^ ��f�����-��*:-'- - -
->��� 1 utton .    Sizes range, contains extra large sizes in Misses" Coats as  we,, ,, ..,  .,t...  ,n  ,
Specially  juiced   this  week.    Each $8.75.
3 New Lines of Ladies'
Black Taffeta Waists
$4.75,  $5.75  and   $6.75
At $4.75
Made of soft  black taffeta, long sleeves, button front, with
rows of tucks on back, front and collar.
At $5.75
Mad*- of chiffon  taffeta,   long  sleeves,   high   pointed   collar,
and trimmed  with plaits and buttons.
At $6.75
Made of fine soft chiffon taffeta; Gibson plaits;   braid trimmed  front and  collar;   with   fancy   design  and  buttons    down j
front.   In these three new lines  we show all  sizes,  from :'.2 to
12 inches.
Another Special
Line  of
Black Sateen
Underskirts
LOO e��ch
Four dozen more of our usu
cial Underskirts just in, mad" ol go
quality   sMtren,  full  size,   will
wide  frill,    While they last
$1.00 each
Superior Gauntlet Gloves
for Ladies, #2.25 per pnir
An extra good grade Of Tan Cape Kid, Mocha and Buckskin
Cloves, with a variety of widths, in plain and fringed cuffi.
Sizes 5% to IVi-   Per pair, $2.25.
Coating Cloths of
Every Description
Many mothers make up their
children's coats. We offer a
greal   choice  of  materials.
H.-avy Cream Serges, in cheviot and blanket weights. per
yard, 75c  to  $1.50.
Cream Bedford Cord, all wool.
Per yard. 90c.
Colored Frelze Cloths, In
plain, reseda, green, mixed, navy and heather mixture. Pi r
yard, $1.25.
Heavy Homespun
Coatings
Canadian Ml Wool materials,
���'���''' Inches wide, In navy, vi, .
'Ighl  and  dark  reds.    Pei   yard,
$1.50.
Cn am Bearskin:. w Ith Ion ���
plain   ami   curi   weaves.       Per
yard   $2.25 t0 $1.50.
Cardinal Plush, a material
which need no special description,     Pi r  yard,  $1.35.
Velvet C'H-il??., in shades of na.
vy, cardinal, grey, brown, gn en,
fawn, purple, en-am and black,
Per  yard.   50c   to   65c.
Special Snap in
Ladies' Hose*
3 pair for
$1.00
Thirty  dozen In the Ioi    ml ��� *��� ���.-
)>ulr is  new  and  perfect  In .....
Bpect,
Hlack Embroidered, Cashmen  P
Tan   and   Hlack    Cashmere,     Rl
Cashmere, sizes 8**fc to 10 Inches
specially   marked  as  one   of   lea : :
lines.   Three pair for $1.00.
An Attractive
Range of Kimona,
Blouse and
Wrapper Cloths
li is usually liard to sele. i u
lot of patterns for a large stock,
The remarks of customers this
season lead us to believe that
we have now a selection thai
Is far more attractive than usual, and they are low er priced as
well.
,' ������ show   manj   new designs
in   PL-aid     8l   pi ���-  and  ('becks.
\ i.  to see these new cloths.
12' 2c  to 35c. per y.~,r_l.
Heavy Moleton
Flannelette
Rivaling wool t Iderdown In
warmth, owing to its extra
heavy weight; especially adapt-
able for kimonas and gowns,
Colors are sky. cardinal and
grey.    Per yard,  35c
Knitted Wool
Scarves,
50c to $1.5C
Alread)   these   neai   S
an- assured  of Immeni ���
larlty,     .Made   of   line   li
Zephyr  wools,    white  ground
with   appropriate  colors  '.'"���'
tie rein     Lengths  .ar) from  :
to  72  Inche     width
10 it.  jn Ini hea    Tbi.
pi Iced exci   tlnallj    i -
Many
Novelties in
Gilt Effects
i 'ni:.i. I,   Belts,   Bel   ni       I
sei Ties, Fane)   Pin    SI
Gill   Applique Trlmmln
Braids, i tc, jusl In,
ASK     TO    SEE   THE   N'-u
LACK  COLLARS In  lln   v''
wear Department,
.
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