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White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.<1
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White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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B,  C.,   SATURDAY  MOR. [\i     OCTOBER 10, 190!
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
IK-OPENS
BOORS
Sacred Edifice Will Accommodate Large Congrega-
-Special Services.
tion
Tomoi'i  ���
two month's, an.l
. dlflce will re-
iraise and tbanks-
,.i devout wor-
��� nlarged    Queen's
ch  will  be re*
-hili.     All   this
rpentere, paint*
carpet   layers
., . completion the
work ol I
I sound
| _.'���..;-
-..
y.    ...       . ,-ears the grow-
.,,.  ... ; ���   Increasing con-
clear to the pastor,
I He, v. igh, li. A-. and
associati    offlci  i  that  some a 1-
I e ma li   to the Beating
��� iccoiiin-.' the building. In
i.k, ::.. ��� . a li rge ni w extension
. ��� Sundaj school worn,
I. oung people a mag-
Iniftcent nn -     -  r0��m and to the prl-
ir, ,,,,,,       .. classes much needed
��� more   effective   work.'
4IS5;1..:        ���  further enlargement
I,..-. proper was undertaken j
lyji. n 'ted.    The sides of
liltjihii���:.. been extended and
I   ...     now   runs around on three j
���eft  The building will now accom- ���
!;.):_-,   people.
Tomorrow two prominent leaders of
lh Methodist church, in the persona
lt[Rev. C. il. Heustls, B.A.. B.D., late I
TltMacDougal] church. Edmonton, and'
tei Dr  _ ��� xander Sutherland, of Toj
Lnto. th-   gi ie ral   secretary   of   for-
ten missions      wil]   preach   the  re-j
kpeulng Bermons,   the  former in   ihe
momin-i and  the  latter  in  the  eve-,
JARDINE AND McINNES
SPEAK AT SOUTH VANCOUVER
	
Liberal Candidates Get Hearty Reception From Electors
Administration of Liberal Government Discussed
Westminster's Nominee Refers to McBride's
Famous Slam-Door Stunt.
RtTURNINQ TO OWN HOME
FROM ACROSS BORDER
WARSHIPS SAIL
FOR AEGEAN SEA
French-Canadians Leave  New England
Stat   _  and Start Colony  in Alberta��� Number  to   Follovv.
THE LIBERAL CHIEFTAIN.
"Thi; British preference he
done three things: Btrsi of all
it ,uib yivi n. especially to farm.
ers. a substantial measure of r ���-
liet* trom taxation, Next, j; has
opi nt-d the British marki; ��� to
our productions. Vou will say t.ie
British markef was .ipr-n U
before, and it i.s true; but thi :,���
is such a thing as sentiment
even in trade. And when
British public saw the amine.
of the Canadian people they
opened ihe door wider. There
was another thing. It is an inspiration, an example for the
whole British world. It has become part and parcel of the
British empire, of which we are
a part. It has been accepted in
New Zealand, by Australia, and
even accepted by South Africa.
It haa been accepted by the
Transvaal, which only seven
years ago was desolated by war,
by the Boers who were th-n at
war with thc British army, and
there is a preference given today by those very Boers."���Sir
Wilfrid Laurier.
Robert I ������ ��� -,. ...,, ,,- candidate (oi x< v. ft . stmlns ��� r opened
the ball -m , ting with W.
vv. B. Mclnnes, i.i ���      . .:, im-u.   foi
Vanco t* ' Mi .ni..in  View  school
South   .,       ivi       lasi    night.    Thc
hall was well | .. ���    ... alters
...  ....... epti m,
Introducing li -��� I- om speaking
"ti   bei ������ ,      horoughl      sound,    or
businessllki   adminlsl atlon,   Mr.   .lar-   wei
eon ������. i   ."ii there had bei
ne. -������    -.:id they could    ��� ������
prool   il this ou the Yale i*oa
Proi ling, Mv Jardine bj
going Into Parliament  as ;,
propo Ition     He   Intended   to   li vote
Ms effc ���    .. assisting In thi
ment  ..    British  Columl ia     V racou-
v< r 1< ��� . have a fli
Mi w   Westminsti
to   have   the    >���
��� . Imi'!  thai   the        I   of    the  wati ���    on thi   coast,   Thi
Lib< ai Govi nment bad been success-1provei ;,  Praser river channel
ful   and advantageoui   I    -;.   countryiwould   ��� ��� ������,    the
Cal| i ict,  a.    Mr.  H.  C,  Ti fi
and Rev   Rather Oulette recentlj  arrived   In   t'algary     with   a    par
thirty-two   French-Canadians,     I
thi   ��� established  Fn-n
niadiun ci nj ol i inh tteville, north
of Gli Ichi in the Canadian Paclfti
li ��� i.-''-:'.'       ick.
Tlie esta      bin-ii' of ihis colony is
to soin   . ��� ���- a; ;i repatriation  movi -
in'in,    as a Btrong appeal is    being
i"    French-Canadians   resident
in  the  New   England    States,     The|
��� ��� \ n   ed themselves dellghte I
with the location of  this  colony  and
H 00       ���>  have    already  been
eted.    The colonists  will  go into
patlon In April next and are the
runners   for  a large number    of
British Fleet Leaves Valleta
Under Sealed Orders -Servia Appeals for Justice.
Mr Herben   S,  MeNess, a talented.
:. :   London,   England,   Willi
betldi organ,    in the morning
fit choir, undei  the leadership of T.
.Pearson will -ing the "Te Deum,"
fc Tours; and in the evening, "Glory
���to Thee,  My   i.od,   This   Night."   by i ~    ������������
���tojnod.  Miss Elsie Llddelow, of Van-j Seven and a Half Million People Are
|em.r, u:        ng     The   Man   of   Sor-1     Suffering  in  United  Kingdom Be-
' bj   \.lain>. m the evening. caute of   HaPd  Times.
UNEMPLOYED NUMBER
1,500,000 IN BRITAIN
E1N RECORDS SMASHED
If EMPRESS OF IRELAND
London,  Oct.   9.���The   general   federation of trade unions has Issued  a
manifesto declaring that there are lv
500,000  unemployed   in     thc     United
I 'w-rig...  0n  Fast  C.P.R. Liner  Get j Kingdom, with dependents num'ierlng
to Winnipeg Eight Days  After 7.500,000 suffering thereby.
Leaving  Liverpool. The    federation    recommends    the
creation of a minister of lalior and a
I permanent   unemployed    board,    ani
ll.���A   remarliuiale j that all members of labor unions re-
brought  to au cud ; flise to work overtime.
transatlantic record - ���
Montreal,   Oct
���iN-rforiQum-.   was
|aterda) und   ��
Ntata-ablistu i by the arrival In Quo-!
-"���"""�� - ' ! EARL GREUND PARTY
liner left Liverpool last __  ...._..  ..._.___.���___.
��> qSL at I    SUFFER MUCH HARDSHIP
rday utieruoon in time 	
tP.R
*���% nigh
* o'tlocl. v,
ff6' ���>'��� ngers io Montreal In
"       nil    to catch    the    regular
,ril,n- rot  iti,   west.
lv,':!-'     who l< ti   Liverpool  last
1   v""���  In  i nto tliij morning,
ih,
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establl hment   o!   French-Canadian   farmers from   East-
as well a,  clean and honest In char-1man tant   industries,   thi    em-    rn Canada and the States.
Valleta,   Island  ol  Malta,  Oct,   9.���
A  British I1e,i will leave Valleta thia
��� v ning fot th.   Aegi an Sea,    Its
mil de. tlnatlon ���:-..   ���     .      to bi   the
Turkish Island of L- mnos,   The
Ing orders are si ah d.   Thi   fleet wlll
consist of foul batth ships, tour cruisers and four torpedo boat destroyi i
iin I ll  will bi  under the command of
Vice  Admiral Prince Louis of Bal
berg.
I.emu,i- island la In the Grecian
archipi I ._���". .���.,., i: fifty miles west of
ih" ��� ntrance of the Dardanelles, lt.
belongs to Turkey. The population
mainly is Greek.
���;i ���      With regard to the two quest-  P***      ���      ol   great   numbers  of men
that   wi  ���    igitating the people -and the creation of considerable ship-]
ol ivlni     Asiatic exclusion ani'Pinp
beter   terms,  the  candidate   Bald   be     In  . n m,  Mr.  Jardine  said  11
wat desi lous ol seeing a white Can- he wer< elected, as he believed he
ads. and his .oici and vote would belwould :" hi il< Iged his word to work
in  favoui   ...   this     M     .ii'i-iliiK  said' hou. - well   Eoi    ...    province,
be could remember when nearly all J and particularly for the district which
tho fishermen on the Fraser river were : he hop".] to hav. the honor of repre-
white men. but loday some-hing like sentlng    (Loud applause.)
HEAVY INVESTMENTS
Of BRITISH CAPITAL
twri thirds of the number were Jap-
anese.   He was pn pared to urge tip-
Mr.  Mclnnes said  ii)>on  the  Asiatic
question  lie  took   the stand  of total
on the Department ol Marine and exclusion a position he had always
Fisheries that no man Bhould enjoy taken up both at Ottawa and Victoria,
the privilege of a fishing license un- as a representative of the people,
less he were a British subject and a Though the other two candidates for
registered vote: in the province. Vancouver w-ere also in favor of a
(Applause.) By this means ihey whin Canada, he claimed to be in a
would lie able to drive out these fei- better position to secure the desired
lows, who were taking money out of'end than either of them, because he
the country. (Applause.) As to the had a more consistent record upon tne
question of better terms, this, Mr. I question. Mr. Martin had never taken
Jardine claimed, must be settled by any action in this matter, and Mr.
the premiers of the different prov- mowah had not acted in the past con-
inoes. These had already met to con- sistently with his present attitude in
sider the question and when the regard to Asiatics. On the following
Premier of Ontario moved that Brit- evening he was going to prove by af-
ish Columbia should receive an extra1 fldavits that Mr. Cowan had been em-
grant of 1100,000, Premier McBride ploying a large number of Japanese
refused to accept this. If British upon his ranch on Bowen Island. Af-
Columbla was going to get al! tb&tjter dealing with the future develop-
Mr. Cowan and others were claiming ment of Vancouver at some length,
for it every province In the Dominion Mr. Mclnnes concluded by urging the
would demand the same, and if the; electors of New Westminster to give
money granted was to lie spent, .as j hearty support to Mr. Jardine, who
money was being spent by the Pro- had already had considerable experi-
vincial government at the present ence at Ottawa with ministers and
time, then it would be better to leavei heads of departments, which was a
the question of better terms as It valuable equipment for a member to
stood. Particularly ln the way of road   ��� ossess.     (Applause.)
GREAT   BRITAIN   ADMITS
DISPATCH OF WARSHIPS
London, Oct. 9.���The foreign office
and the admiralty nave confirmed iho
press cablegram from Malta Baying
that British warships have been ordered to the Aegean sea. It is expected
that these vessels are sent out simply
Prominent Mining Engineer10 watch events-bvn h ls understood
from other sources that Turkey intimated she would welcome the appearance of the British fleet as  likely to
calm the population.
No credance whatever is given to a
Winnipig,  Oct.  0.���John  Ashworth,   rumor that the forts at Constantinople
president ol the Manchester Geological ��� have fired on a Bulgarian vessel. This
Will Recommend Investment Here of Millions.
Outside Capital Is
Flowing Into Kamloops
ami Mining society, head of the firm
oi Ashworth A: Morris, civ;! and mining engineers of that city, is on a visit
to Winnipeg after a trip through British Columbia mining districts. Ashworth says thai this was his fifth visit
and on ever.', occasion his opinion ol
lhe resources of British Columbia,
especially in mining, in which he had
taken the greatest interest, has im-
proved. There are great openings in
Canada for successful mining and
especially is mis the case in B. C.
after the opening of the Grand Trunk
Pacific
"My own opinion is that B. C. will
become in the near future the great
mining centre for British capital. At
all events it should be. What impressed me and those who were with
me on the excursion through tiie various mining centres was the magnificent opening for British capital which
iona fide flotation offered and this
will be the view generally expressed.
���I spent a month in B. C. visiting
Victoria. Nanaimo, Rossland, Green
wood and Trail; and look for investment next year, which I shall recommend, of many million pounds.
report originated with the Berlin Lo-
kal Anzeiger and it. is without confirmation from any source.
Tht re is absolutely no truth in the
upon circulated in Paris lhat the
British cabinet is about to resign.
Governor General   Packs   Lt_ggage   on
Hi* Back Over Perilous Mountain
Trip���Return in Motor Car.
Ouggen-i    Kamloops,   Oct.  9.���Two  big  com-
ls.  panles of English capitalists are pur-
| chasing some ol the blggi St ranching
I properties   in   the   Kamloops   district,
section:
���
main line of the
1 nil    Winnipeg    on
Jirai
Cranbrook, B. ('.. Oct, 9.*  Karl Ore
Ight   days  the governor-general, haa arrived    i
.
ti I - posted In Lou
��� Pi Ida)  were deliver
night.
l.    1 een ids.
NOT  |   |R
3   AND    LIQOOR
AMERICAN   SAILORS
I'll
Cranbrook from Windermere. Aftei
leaving Argenta ihe partj travelled to
("his near the summit on horseback, where
thej were stopped t��j a snowstorm
and land slides. After this EJari Grej
mui the p.nt' took their packs on
their bail... and made a perilous trip
ovi] the mountain on foot. They wer<
broughl back to Crailbrook In n motoi
car and  suffered  niueli luirdsbi;.
Kamloops,    Oct.    9.���Tbe
helms  will   likely   purchase   the con
trolling interest iu some of the more
prominent mining pro-x-files in Kam-|nn(] wm sub(iiVjj,, ^em into small
loops district which are. regarded as I fruit farms, li is likely that trees
among the richest  In the province.
.1.  F. Young, agent  for i.be big  mining  capitalists, ha**  been  g��i��g over
the properties, and regards some of  ..,,,  ,,���,(.},a^e. aunnyalde, giving $85,
them as excellent Investments, Includ* uni f01- the land.   The total outlay bj
lng ih" Iron Mask, Evening Star and thi   company will be over $800,000
Coppei King    The owners of the Py-      William   IMII-.,  of  Vancouver,   *v
,),,,���  Krouii  we offered  **>o,*oo for) presents the ��tber company, and It It
n
thi,   ih clined.
will   be   planted   before   the
are placed on the market.
one company headed by Cecil Ward
is now   floatiu.u  stock in London,     lt
by   Mr.   YouiiK.    buti buying the famous Roper ranch.   The
if the deaj  Is    suc-
completed it is noi  unliki Ij
.,,,.   ���;;,.  liuggenhelms   will   ereel   a
meltei here
, ,��� is $280,      _, E, Ashcroft, i n
line r, reports that there Is lots of
���. .:��� r mi the ranches for Irrigation,
ii nd systems will be Installed.
TWENTY PROPOSE TAKING
TRIP   TO   COQUITLAM   LAKE
About twenty persons, including all
the members Of the City council, J. -V.
Cunningham, president of the board
of trade: A: B. White, U. S. Curtis, 1,.
A,   Lewis.   Walter   Gilley,  John  Held,
TURKEY   REFUSES TO
RECOGNIZE   BULGARIA
Constantinople, Turkey, Oct. 9.���
The Turkey porte has instructed the
imperial Ottoman commissioner-resident in Sofia, Bulgaria, to continue his
functions, as neither Turkey nor tne
powers have recognized the Independence of Bulgaria.
Second thoughts have raised doubts,
in Constantinople as to the advisability ot the proposed conference of the
powers to discuss the occurrences of
the present eventful week and Great
Britain's hint to the Ottoman government that such a meeting might only
add to the complications, and result
in further detriment to Turkey may
induce the porte to abandon its demand therefor.
\V.  Stott, K   R. Clover aud  U. .1    Mc
Quarrle propose n'-'ng part in the in-' sati ���'-. ,-
spectlon trip   to   Lake Coquitlam  to*. plete restoration of
day.    A start   will  be made from the regard to Bosnia and Herzegovina as
established by th
SERVIA APPEALS TO
POWERS FOR JUSTICE
Belgrade, Servia, Oct. 9.���The Servian government, In its proclamation
protesting against the Au.-tria-Hun-
gary annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, expresses the hop.- that the
nowers will respond to the appeal ad-
-.ssps to them foi protection and
justice
-Sei via cannot in this present case*
the proclamation declares, -obtain full
ion   other   than   be   the. com-
Ihe situation with
City hull tu eight o'clock this morning, tbe party Intending to return
about the o'clock, a thorough In*
\, Btl*gadon of the work ��hich has
i.i . a done at the 'ake. us well as an
Invi Ligation Into thf? proposed large
undertakings by the Vancouver Pow-
treatj or Berlin. It
this solution Is regarded as absolutely
impossible, the Servian kovernment,
appealing to the ^")s" ,jf ' 'i"u> *,f
the powens, demands correspond ng
co :!,.. nsation for Servia."
The war fever among 'he people of
er company. will occupj ;h
,,!   hi   -Isitoi. ai'ili ��� lake.
t'i
���
tlliiriii,.a
'.illl,.,.;_
STEERAGE    PASSENGERS
\  special  to tin
I   u Bays:
"'ii,.   among the	
""'"''  ""'   ""     PACIFIC    MAIL   BIDS   FOR
ed    to  eliminate
ioi  from ibe re-
-,;."'1' I    for   the   American
"���allocs v i
Uleshin fleet  when
_    r* i
M i 'ii      The   -Young
,,.,'   " ociatlon, the Sea-
,������; -   English-speaking
'""' ii ��� Ion   school slli-
SUFFRAGETTES   WILL BIG   STRIKE   OF  GOLD
������RUSH"   THE   COMMONS AT   STURGEON   l.AKF.
ittentlon gerviu  wes distinctly on the decline*
to laj     Thi     'ie r clement   gradually
' ia obtaining an asci ndancj   ovdr Um
Election  Postponed. more excited  politicians an I  patriot*.
_;. Oct  '���'    Tbe election  En,	
Tb.
Biiffragettes
Plrsl class
,,. carried
liners China iiud Asia, of :'"'
San   Francisco,  Oct.  9.
passengers wlll no longej
on  tin
London,  Oci,
]i;u,. issued an  appeal to the public I
t0   help  Lien'   "t'lisb"   the     House     of
Commons when  it  meets on Ootober
I a,     The   leader   of     the  suffragette..
Drummond, says thai   they ask
Willi,
Prince   \iben   ridin-    is    postponed,
Nominations will be held on Oct, 24.
i.
:  '     ���
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Pacific   Mail   company, accordin
an announcement  made yesterday bj
lng  for  the  pur-jthe company.   The liners will remain
religious  meetings 0n  ths  Oriental   run, but   will  carrj
lead th" '���'     rtl1"  will  not onlj   intermediate and  steerage i,:,s'
siillovi Into leinpia-  seiu.eiv    The reason for the change
; la iii" fa.-!  thai  these sm.iii.-r ahipe|
rh have been carrying bui  few  pawem
Quarantined. .,���,..   --���������    "���    ������<-  '������*"-*'�� have been
Millie
ihe
al I of ���'
; louse,
0,000 persons in  siornim.;
Winnipeg, Oct 9. The greatest dl
covery of gold In Western Canada be- roim,_. ..,.���.., ..numbers will be con-
tween here and the Qreai Lakes w��s ducted by his honor Judge Howay
mal.- ibis ivi-ct bv Peter King, aw 1 this morning Bt the coun chambers,
explorer, at Sturgeon Lake district.! The extension ot time for securing
near Port Arthur. Ik* broughl flve i rebates in Burnaby municipality lor
samples of ore as being taken from! 190!. expires on Oct, 10, 1908.
j the property.     A   stampede  of  blind
taken  from | 1908 expires on Oct. 15,
festerday morning the two-year-old
son of Mrs. Not folk wandered off, and
all trace of >i)>- youngster was ins-, ua-
11] bate in the afternoon, when Mrs.
Tidy, who lives marly half a mile dis-
laui. notified the police that she had
found ihe little truant, whereupon a
member of the police fore restored
the Infant   tp the anxious parents.
rpds to the new district has begun.
Quebec  Nominations.
Montreal,   Oct.   9.���-MaglOlre
'- ��� '.* iiitined.
li    Twenty peo*  crowded   whereas, it  I
l'i'   intine In tb<
o  Clod, a; Haw    r,,.i, red bj   offi fin
i   Sixth  streel    iervlci
1
t ravi
th
I-- t^ experlmen
tl phtherin, This  ful the Persia, no\��  laid "r ���'
tance on rec    kong, will be pui in commission >>s &
I l.ii'iinl ilied.        i ii.ii i-ii.'diille   ship.
, ii, ed thai
can now be
Inn rmedlute
siiei-'-
Hong
���\i chili'-
Land for Veterns.
Ottawa,   Oct,   9.���Warrants  for  the
Issuing   nl    South   African   volunteer
land   gran's   "'111   be   issued     by     the
militia   department   as  soon    as  the ambault has been nominated for
necessary   authority   can   be obtained! Commons by Chnmbly  V'ereh.n s cm-
ij  nn iirder-iit-council. which will beUervatl*M.
pm   ibrougli at   the  nexi  meeting of,    H.  A.  Obollette, Conservative,   wlll
ihe cabinet.    The department of the j lopposo   Pi itms ter-Qeneral   Lemieux
Interior  will  then   immediately  send In Ohupe county,
out  cti'tiflcntes for lands  to the  '���'-'-;    Hector Chauylq has been nominated
r
;,.. as applied for.
1 by   I.tib. ll,.  Conservatives.
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tmd   Maei."ii/.i'   Streets).     Phone   458.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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I From OtKer Points of View I
"...  ...��� .. ...........     .. ���,������....-���...������... ���...--. :-.-;-..:*.;>i:::*:"-.-��:;:::;>::;f*..>-.:'-.>-':--��--:;
Why Not Style in Boys' Clothing ?
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
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A Living Axiom
. ,.,i: , i:;u. Joe It;- mal.
wa:',. in iii,. iinn... ni ilommons a '���!
ed thai a Torj befefl of ills political
power v. a Hhe :| she-bear deprived of
her cubs,   And It is q tl ���  evldeni tliti1
though i ij  years havo ptissed since
ih. ii. the axiom Htili holds good.   Oi-
tiiiv.a Free Press,
iii, su bj tlie setlter, ol which he   ha i
I,.: eral   been   deprived   the ie   manj   years ���
Calgary  Allieitiiu.
Best Abused Man.
'Todaj there ls probablj no man In
public life who is more slandered ami
abused, but, Blr, i believe that there
i. im man in western Canada who has
served It .so ably and so well as the
lion. Clifford sifton.���Mr. f>. C. Cameron, in his ai ch accepting the Liberal nomination in Winnipeg.���Free
Proas,
A Change of Heart.
Pour years ago the Blogan of the
Conservative partj was, "Keep both
bands on tho Union Jack '" Bui tli'u-
year, having agreed to oppose the all-
red steamship project and do all In
their power io i-emler the British preference abortive, it has been apparent,
ly decided to abandon that cry. Instead   tho old     Tupper    motto    that
"Laurier is loo British for me!" is
beini; worked where il will do the most
good,   Ottawa Free Press,
Ontario's Demand.
is ii noi about time that Ontario
should ri verse its attitude of antagonism to sir Wilfrid Laurier and yield
���a bearty Bupporl to the greatest Canadian of his ;iko ? The Liberal party
has a rlghl to ash that the number of
Liberal members from this proline"
bi Increased, In order thai the'volce
of Ontario may In*, heard with greater
authorltj in the parliament of Canada,
���liooderich Signal.
Voice of the  West.
Great Raily Policy.
Who will di nj thin the period of depression from which we have now em
erged rolgbi noi have become a period
of panic had ll aoi been for the. backbone pui in public confidence bj the
energetic pushing ahead of the worii
of constructing the new national highway from ocean to ocean, for ti"*1
broadening of Canada by the opening
up of iasi new fertile araas, and for
providing a new avenue of transportation across the Dominion '.' Thai highway is already in actual operation for
a distance of noarl\ seven hundred
miles west of Winnipeg, and there Is
not a wholesaler in Winnipeg who la
not doing business over It. it Is with
the Hudson Bay railway undertaking
as ii is with the National Transcontinental. The Conservative policy Is
not a policy favorable to thai undertaking. Conservative denunciations
of the Hudson Baj rallwaj policy of
the Liberal government and Conservative declarations thai thai policy Is a
"campaign doge," as the National
Transcontinental was declared by the
Conservatives to bo lour years ago,
are by no means confined to eastern
ears. * * * On the whole the people
of Winnipeg will be well advised to
declare themselves against trusting
the National Transcontinental and
the Hudson Hay railwa;.- to the tender
mercies of the party whose leaders
sni e/.e wh.n the C. P. it. directors
take snuff.    Manitoba Free Press,
Plain Stubborn  Fact.
The  marvelous  growth  of  the  we I
In t.ie last twelve years Is one of the
stubborn facts    which   confront    the
Conservative campaigners,   li  Is easy
I to say that the prosperity of the west
lhe wesi wants the National rrans- v     ,    ..            .,   ,,
,   , is due lo the fertility of its soil. Hm
continental  pushed  forward energetic-
,, , ,    . ,        ' why, with its extraordinary natural re-
all. to completion, as the Liberal gov-       ��� , .
.   _ I sources, did  the. west  remain  for    so
eriiineiu is pushing it forward, Everj i ,.   ,
... ,, , , , ,       many  yeai'8  unpeopled,  and oi    ���.���:
thiuklng num in  Uu- we..: knows how
British Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
j Synopsis of Lanaaian
Regulations.
������.���*.:
TIME TABLE
* W- Auy available Do
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SCATTLE !. iu lhe  ,ui; . r
ROUTE. bla, may be ho
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver i wll0 la the
any male ovi i
10:00 p tu- daily except Sunday.
VAN��0UVER--V'CT0RIA  ROUT*.
princess Victoria leaves Vancouvei
dally except Sunday at   10 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at l p.m. daliy.
extent  of oui
acres, more or
Entry  must  bi
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:      ���
iuypet��n
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lets
Princess Uoyal at 9 a.m. daily ex-   the local laud
cept Tuesday.
VANCOUVER- SEATTLE  ROUTE
Steamer Princess   Royal   leaves    9
it.  in. dally  except   Tuesday   for  Seat-
; tie.
We're making a special feature this season of n different kind ������!'
clothing for boys. The rule has been to consider anything good
enough if it didn't wear out ioo quickly, and the average boy ha-
looked the part. We're ready now with distinctive style as well as
quality in bo.vs' suits and overcoats, and the novelty of 11 aU i- bringing us plenty of business.
dive the boys a chancel Appeal all you can to their self-respect.
Well dressed boys are made so nowadays at very little expense, and
values such as these won't Interfere with your buying:
Boj -   two-piece suits    $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50. $5.00
Hoys three-piece suits  $3.50. $4.00, $5.50 to $10.00
I; eosts no more to get .boy;.' clothing  really  stylish  as    well    as
_��� i if you come, to the right store,   it we weren't very  sure  of   th ���
unusual quality as well as atyii  of our boys' suits, we should say less
about them.
REID & CO.
Successor to  H. L. DeBeck.
Phone 442
On Sundays leaves Vancouver 9 a.m
for Seattle via Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE I w|th
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor ' plans;
New Westminster every Tuesday and
i Fridav, wh.n business offers.
which the land is  -
proxy may, hoy,   .
tain conditions by ���
son, daughter,
Intending home
The homesteadei
form the conditl
under   oue
'':-.. ��
Ustri
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i - ..a car.
tei o! 1.
I-   l to pa
ona.cii.'j then, I
(l)    At least   '    moauis' restdei
upon and cultivatl       ,   ��� .  |lUl
Leaves New Westminster on  \N"d- j each  ye..r fur thiv
nesday  and   Saturday. I     (2)    If tae father
" -I
ither, It ft
WEST COAST ROUTE. father is deceased),   ol   the  home
88. Tees . steader resides upon  i [arm ia i
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. lst, 7th, 14th  vicinity ot the Ian i entered for. .1
and 20th of each month for Clayo'iuot,  requirements as to ree leace mavfci
Mosquito Hartor .and way ports;  7tu  satisfied by such per in residim '
of each month for ytiatstno and way   the father or mother.
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset, .     (3)    if tbe settler haa hla '/-im:.
Qu-atsino. Cape Scott and way ports.      ent residence u;x.u farming land om-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE,    ed by him In the ������ h:j home.
S. S. Joan stead, the requirem ml I   a  to tea;.
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30  p-m- dally, dence may be satisfied \   resldew
except   Sunday.     Leaves   Nanaimo   at, upon the said lani
important to tho west the completion
.radical benefit to Canada or to   the
world'.'    Win, in a short   time    aftei
<ii  ihe   National   rr.an_.contlnen_.nl    '���*���
.,���    ,,,���_., , the Liberal   government   came   lnt<
Ilie burking-ot lhat erenl national un-
,    ,  ,. ,, ,        , .. (power, did ilu* stream ot Immigration
dertaklng would be a lu-aw blow    to
,. . begin to How in a volume   comni'-n-
WP-Uorn  development,  winch,  great   a^ .   ,
surati   with the resources ol the c ��� u
ll  is   la ltd  *ei onl,- In  its beginnings.;
,    , ,   '   , tn '.'    The tlgur -   ��� :' immigration, ol
lhe   WOSI    will     declare     tor     letting ,    .
....    .        homestead entries, nl   population,    "t
l.ilililei      linisli     lus   work      V, Innlpeg i
the western vield of wheat  and otn  r
I* ree Press,
  crops, have been repeatedlj given, and
Righted the Wrong.
Tin-  Conservative   government     set
,,       ., ,,,,,���, f ,. ami growth of the west in statistics.���
apart more than 60,00,000   ni  . s    for
,        , 1 ��� ���   Toronto Star.
rallwaj bonuses, every acre of which
the settler would have been bound to
buy  back  from the  speculatoi     The put in irons.
i.ibera! government  recentlj  succeed* San    Fnanclsco,    Oct,   9.���Charged
ed in obtaining restoration of 30,000,- with inciting the crew of the schoonei
thej  tell a wonderful story.    Bui it is
noi necessary to prove the prosperltj
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the .Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada,
amalgamated under authorltj of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking transaction.
Branches throughout Albeita, British Columhla, Manitoba, On-
tarlo, Quebec and Saskatchewan.
��� a. m.
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 9 p. m.
S.S.   Queen   City   leaves   Vancouver  leased to one indivi wnimj.j
It  p.m.   Sunday;   arrives   Nanaimo   11   A royalty at the rat-     flve cents je|
! p.  111.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA, LUNO.
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Six months' notice In writingahoolj
be given to the Commissioner of Dob-J
lnlon Lands at Otta*�� 1 I ;.;.-. ��� |
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may
leased for a period of twenty-one ;-i-|
at an annual renta' of $1 per y-A
Not   more   than 2560 acres Bha1! ,<|
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
ton shall be collected on   the  x-|
chantable coal mine 1
W. W, CORY.
Deputy of the Minis'      I the laiei :|
Trom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wedm s-
day, from Vancouver 10 a.m. following <l;t' for above and Intermediate
points. Returning to Vancouver Sun-
���day afternoon; Victoria Monday
morning, via   Lad;,-tui*a.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd ami  16th of
every month at S p.m.
UP  RlVKR.
Beaver���
From    New    Westminster    M inday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
ind Saturday.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
000 acres ot land from the urea set
apart for rallwaj  bonuses.   This land
Mather Nelson to mutiny, Charles O^
borne, tlu* second mate, was broughl
was at once opened for homesteadtng'into  port  in  double  irons  when the
and  thousands ol acres wen*    gladly  vessel arrived today.
C!^0*C^O*0*C*��00*C-K>��0*C*0*0 040*O*K)40*O*C0*C*C*O*C*CaK)
What the Liberal Government I
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Q
Has Done for Canada Since 1896
Total trade of Canada at the
end of the 18th year of Conservative rule, $239,025,300.00.
Total trade of Canada at the
end of the 12th year of Liberal
rule, $650,738,200.00.
Total exports of Canada in
1896, the 18th year of Conservative rule, ,$121,013,852.00.
Total exports of Canada in
1908, the 12th year of Liberal
rule. $280,006,606.00.
Wages paid to labor in Canadian factories in 1895, the 18th
year of Conservative rule, $63,-
000,000.
Wages paid to labor in Canadian factories in 19u5, the 9th
year of Liberal rule, $162,155,578.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Bracliinun &   Ker    wharf,
New   Westminster.   Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves  Chiillwacl*  Wednesday,   Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
it. WHITMORF-. Secretary.
60   YEARS'
RIENCE
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lnTp.e."n i. rn.b.i'r pinet-.t'i','..,   -'..p ininiipu.
���ml :  ..'. OldMl h.--���   �� forucunny pui r��.
I'm,-: .., tiweri ll.r. la'ti Mm n * i j. reculw
iff-ui: ���-. -tu-', wttooot obtfn, in the
Scientific flmcrkan.
All_lvl*-'-.ll".r Ulu-: ri'.-l ��,.,..,;t     ra..r-, at cir-
MUNN SCo.M,B^���� New York
NOTICE
Th'      - " ' lng   ,: ihe
Westmin?*. i      Publlelt        As-,,, . .,;,..,
-   ���'    ' ���    rude
���-   l-'i'*'   hi ri ESDA.     veu-
in-. Oo:   I . .    ei��        .   ���
v.   mem ers of tlon ,uv
���'��*-���*- - I    ��� nd      ...   ,, .;iut
Mttere are i . ,   iljs.
I ..--ion.
���'   liA.NSKuUB.
3.    -... .���   Westminsti    Publlelti   As-
Sealed tenders addressed u> tht- undei signed, and endorsi a 'Tendi i for
i-.li-uric Llghi Fixtures, Posi Office
Vanoouver, B. ('.." will be received at
this office until 1:30 p.m. nn Friday,
October '_:;. lt)08, tor electric light fixtures at the Post Office, Vancouver.
Plans and specifications can be .----n
and forms of lender obtained a; this
department, and on application to
Chas. Tossell, Esq., Clerh of SVorks,
Vancouver.
Person., tendering ar-- notiflel that
tenders v.iii not be conaldered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and Bigned witii their actual signatures.
Kaeli tendei musl in accompanied
by :in accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, mad - paj able to the order of
the Honorable the .Minister of Public
.. n ks, equal to ten p< r ceni (10 p.i i
of the amount of tbe tender, which
will in- ! irfelte I If the person tendei ���
ing decline to entei Into a contrai i
when called upon to do bo, or If be
fall to completi the work contract! I
for. If the t -ii,i. ; ������ not accepti l ne
cheque will ne returned.
The Department doi ��� not bind Itself
to accepi the lowest oi an;   tender.
Bj  onler.
NAP. TESSIfiR,
secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,
October 2, 1908.
Newspapers wlll not in* paid for
tliis advertisement if thej Inserl It
without authority from the Department!
For   reservations   and   '.nrormatlon
���all or address
ED. COT'LET.
Af?ent.  Xew Westminster.
('. B, FOSTER
Asst. Oen. Pan*   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
'l��n<_r*l Siiirt��riiit<*ndent. victorl*
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Tram.  Everv tjjv in the Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OE FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
������"rid. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
i jection sleepers, luxurious dining
.r, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, It
tnarv and smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or  an.
further  information  call on  or  writ.
F. W. PARKER.
vao Second Avenue. Seattle   Wm
PROFESSIONAL.
A.VHKALLKK, BARRISTER, SO*
��� licltor, etc., 42 Lorne Street,
opposite Court House .New Westminster.   Phouf 143,
MIHlThSlIJE & EDMONDS, BarrK
" ters and solicitors, mackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside. H. L. Kdmonds.
��� ynopsis    of    Canadian   North*Wert|
Homestead   Regulations.
Any oven num ���
minion lauds  In  M it       ���  ���** '
_w,i,i .nui Alberta - *	
uut reservod, maj
any person w ho Is the
family, or auy   ma
I age, to the ex:- nl :'j
I tion of 16U acre.
Application   I ir 1
j made   IU  pel .son y-     1
la Dominion Lan Is
I agency for the   -        '    ���   '���'��� : *'|
j laud is situate.    Enti   b;  ;*���-*���:��� ���*
now't'ier,  tie  made       tn ���>-'-     'I
ccrtaiu conditions by the fatbei m ��
er, son, daughter, i.i thi * it *
an intending  homesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred tt :*
form the homestead  luties under<��*
of the lol.owing plans
(ll At least six months' resHeMt
upon and cultivatl m ��� *^ '���''-'���;a
each year for three years.
(i'i   a nomesteader maj', '���'��� J*' *'
desire*, perform tii"   required "j*1
dence duties  by  living on   W&*\
land owned   solely  '-   bin*' BOt le*I
than eighty  (80)   acre     ; ��&& i
the vicinity of hi- ���'���   *\
ownership in land �� '
requirement
(3)    If tli" father I - "���       |
father is ,ie- i        ���-;;���'.
I nas permanent   re
land owned boIi n0   ,,
I than eighty  (80)   a
'the -i.-inity of tin : ��� ""4
on a homestead -
intl,evici..it>.-    i 'y:y;
perform his own -^J,'
living with the tail J*���;
(-1)    Tm* tei m "vlcit        to��J^
preceding parag �������|j
meaning not more   - ���^
a direct lino, e '    ^     '.:,e
of road  allowances cro
measurement   t0
(5)   A  homes ��    ,_ 3,
perform  his  re : ���;;,*  ,ivls!
cordance with the  i " *T.^
with parents or on .- n M       pi*
ed by himself n
for the district
RORIE & CO.
Telephone 334. P. O. Box 556.
Accountants, Auditors &. Assignees.
Books kept and written up Statements of accounts !iiad_' out. Stock
sheets listed and checked. Trading
and profit aid loss accounts made up.
Books balanced. Accounts collected.
Balance shouts prepared.
Begbie St.. New Westminster.
* ot   ���  -  -l"'n;;"::,
Bte mwUM.  notice In *^
MARTIN & McQUAItr.IE, BAKR13-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornoi
Clarkson and l,orne streets,
GEOROE E. MARTIN, Barrister ant.
Solicitor, Qulchon block, Colum
Ma and McKenzie streets. New West
minster. B. C.
most
be given "to'tbe Comn    i^.ion
minion i.nvl- at
to apply for patent
Deputy of the Ministerot^
N. B.-Unautnoriwa t^     ^
this advertisement
for.
tr       ADVERTISE       *W
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THC      DAILY      NEWS
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets, New Westminster. b_ c*.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street.    P. o. R
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hlcago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A dn
...   ;,..:    ug -Business Transact id.
Letters ot Credit issued, available vii tl correspondents In all  nails of the
livings E2'* Department. Deposits received In sums of II and upwards
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate* added
four times a year.
Total Asseti   iver tl6S.000.000.00.
\*v.   v. ESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D.  BRYMNER.  M\niM_vr
5TOTCI FF-OK  /.-
'   AND FINENESS 0!
Lid. ONTO
in Prices
-  .iili's Sodas    -   25c per tin
5* .ring Peaches,   $1 crate
Grown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars,     -      -    50c doz
>ee those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75
ruUNU in mimrtz ���  -,���dr()Bd	
  Tbe pulse ,.; v " ���  gene
allghtlj   faster rule thai   that nt
men   It mny li-  ssii   that \ '   I   -  |vet>
"    It  nt   re^i   his pit'i-'*,  that  Of  :in��
on Pacific Coast Recovered aduit, Aay i.-  ��� ���-
��� i .hi   tlmei ���  minute   < Ire i     ��� ������ ition
- ���    |n  different   Ind     It i   re*
He   number of beats.   .*vf'er
��� - -'ie the pulse quickens because of
tl      tl mutation of the hi*;1 t    -
result '     ;<���     iffeeta or
;������������       dose i    ��� lei       will also
lati   t:'.   pui -���  ��� -'iii.."- b       '��������������� ���������
1  ��� "  tob  especially :   es ������ i
���end to have a 'ffect
:l      o 'ic 'i- ��� rate of
tin  pui li lou of
tlie heart which results, In fevers -mt.
Inflammatory dlsei the pal -
tendi to i" very iiuieli Increased and
also In respec ol ��� eha -ter Instead
of beating quietly the bl ������������ sei lu
....i ,.ti��<.a exhibits ii very full and
ind vital pa    ol   Iii   bounding   movement     On   the   other
one   ine  -   o   '""   "'h"v'' "*'i"',"J-*!<>" exists nnd the
temperatur*   of  the  body   falls,   the
itetth   - pulse mny be unnaturally .low and Its
n<,w   lyiie. actei weak   Physicians are accus
tomed to distinguish othet character!**
��� ���> .i tu. pulse, such us: become valu
able hints in the*dlscovery aud detei
mlnation of disease,  The practical lea*
Relic of Fir.<; Steame.     PI
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avoid waste.
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OL'R depositors rec. ive Interest un their SAVINGS AC
COUNTS every three months-
March 31st, .lune 30th, September _uth. December ill.**. The
red Ink int. resi entries that you
Bee pui down In your Bavlngs
bank-book will strike >";i ver*)
pli asantlj   indei i.
home   savings banks, in large, medium and Bmall
��� -, furnished on application.
���77.,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Capitol and RtMerv* incorporated Total A��*tt*
$8,290,000 '869 $47,400,000
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
DO IT NOW-.-DONT DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     f, B. LYLE*   Mgr.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
BANFF"   ANTHRACITE  COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
lit
FOR SALE BY
HARBIN & [0.
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughar.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
'i dlamei tr, and ���
..      md  braci
... .   ������  dei ib
lOrtlOn    ���>'.-..veivi!
he main    Bhat .
ittfldli    -,' ii ��
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't  i- ht that th
���.-,-. .v. iv.I     :���    ���       "h    ii
cons! i< rabh
covere t np *,.; ���
I ���     iii and machim
ide from the hist trie
... ��� i-tcil   with   it   :i-     hi
,.'.    ���   lhe first  steam vessel    to
.   ''������ ...    ,.;    iii,.   pa< ifie.   iv
.   o1   . ������      historic  value through
���   ��� ii I known thai   It  V, as
���  nndi       ���   supervision of James
thi      imoue     invonror  of   the
��� am Vnj wa}. thla pleci   01
in  ;i bygone age
���    proof Ot   the   tact
��� ��� ��� mint.   made substantial
h ni  .   ui tho*   daj      Tht
slvi   .haft i? considerably he&viei
than  vessel of
-in   i ���?.   ,',  the present day.
i .lantlal manner In which lhe
in ue. a and arms for the paddles   ��� ���
..   in .in shafi      ��� ������ -  thai
the machinists of thosi   days took no
i ham ��� - .ni .. i.i eakdi wn    \nd In fai *.
it Ib ;( mattei  of hlstor;   thai d< spite
her antiquated machinery, the Heaver
had   practical}}   no  breakdowns���   at
least   trom flaws  In her machinery���
during in i  entile existence until she
. min   in   in untimely end   one night
[when   a   quartermaster carrying    too
mui ii ol a deckload, pui hei wheel u'e
i wrong way .insi when Bhe was enter-
ng   the   Nevrows  with  a .mall boom
of  li.us  awaj   bach  in  the  late eighties
c C Pelkley and his associate, tli*.
Osterhaus, Vernon, have offers from
both the Alaska-Yukoh-Paciftc exposition people and Tacoma residents tor
the relic, lust which offer will bo ac-
ARE NOW on BALE at Icepted or  wh-it   disposition  HM.de ol
MOREY'S STATIONERY   81 ORE.! the Interesting relic has not yet been
tedded on
"���I   wi   learn here i* that where tbe
���  ."' es for any length ot time
��� I - ve it' beats quickened to an unnatural degree and where especially a
rise of tin   temperature or It"-" of the
* "'.   accompanies these symptoms ive
oughl t'. Buspect   ���   I nd of *
condition or other to  tx    ��������� i
Tb..   pel*''   aloi ���    forms   ti   valuable
enough gulfli to this state o   On  body,
ts value Is very iiiiteh Increaseo if
to tbe (l ��� ���' '������' given os by the
pulse we '.n\t'. tin ��� which the use ot the
thermometer eupplles   Cardltt TlnsS*
*���       iv.    and
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
M
J. G. GAMON'S cigar divan, f.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE  FAIR,"  Columbia   Street.
THE COUNTRY  HOUSE
t     Room      _|i.vr<     ThaH     Should     B��
Hnfl'.iii   n*   th.-   "O-R*-.-."
Thi T'ls-t privately conducted home
- a-' com muni cnt_ with increasing t're-
quency -with the world dtttsMls,   The
.���.-ml man. the iec man, the 'iiitotnobile
repair shop must be upbraided or cn
Jolol     Report,   must be reviewed, accounts Wept, lull** examined  :md  the
genders   occasionally   treated   with   ��
Check.    From  a  room   removed  from
tho rest of the bouse one must s\>enU
with  tho  railway station,  settle with
the expressman or deliberate with the
chauffeur  or  coachman,   for   none  of
theue things should disturb the tran
quillily of tho Lome or the eqnanamity
nf guests,    if the house is to minister
to all rhe activities' of a home it is
high time that -.pae? be devoted to 1his
mechanism Of living.    For want of a
bolter term a room devoted to such a
purpose may be called the "office" of
the bouse     Here thf telephone stands
on   a  table  tbat  bears  also  the  mis?
cellaneous utensils and printi-d matteT
that  nre  always   wanted   in  a  house
wben they cannot be found.    Here are
cookbooks,   gardening  books,   dictionaries,   time  -tables,   while   a   few   old
plates, a oast   >��� two. bits of Fresden.
water colors and a few cherished photographs   relieve   an   otherwise   humdrum  collection  of necessities.    Here
arriving  parcels  are  plft'ced   and  the
daily   mail   opened.     Mysterious   cup
boards   there   nre  nnd   drawers   witb
loiks that work.- indoors and Out
A CONTRAST.
Front Street    Trust Bloc*| -
BOWLING   SCHEDULE.
P. O. Box   345
t FPU STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
���Phone   105.
HEW WESTMINSTER
IV o. Box   474,        Tel.  n:..        R**n
Estimates   Submitted.
42H
Westminster
Transfer Co.
B. Ce Mills, Timber and
rading Company
!      VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
i
l .   a  ._-._._. _.
, .'/unuracliirerj  and Heater*  in   All Kind*  ot
i Umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
j Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
| FARMERS ATTENTION!
! Lun��ber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
i
i ^yal City Branch, Columbia St.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
\i id iftLcturera ol
Vrouglit   Iron   Gates,   l-ences.   Crest
,r,gs,   Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
QLACKSMITHING
.iiiiee 'phone 18b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia   Street
| i
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any  part  ol  ihe cHy
Light and Heavy Hauling
Follow itu
ilie   house
he  played
litis month
.   is   ill.
league
al   the
revised schedule ol
bowling games to
w ��� stmlnster fllle ���
OFFIC.I-     TRAM   DEPOT
lt!J��l*����
���eiephone 12.
New Weitminster
Office and  Works:
rento stree-.  ���   \ew Westminster
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates -��n Ali Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster',
VV. N. Draper!
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard BlocK. New We��tminster, B C
r
I Bargains
Every Day
At Morey's
40 pioaa Ten Seta, English Chi
mi,   $4.50  to   $20.00.
in iiiece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW  things In China arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
in i.
Oct.
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Am'i_HTISE
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HE      DAILY      NEWS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
Hill'.' ALARHd   BOXES
AS', leIII.
ti   Royal City Mills.
,   Carnarvon and ''������������ nih.
B    Royal avenue nnd   Kighth.
|i-  Fifth avenue ami ''wpifth.
'    31    Mary's   HospHdl.
. :    t-'econd and Pnrl. Row.
14���Oolumliia   and   Pufferio
IB���Sapperton
23���Queen's  aveuue and   Sixth
24��� __..rti avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av**ue and fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Wighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
"2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Worka.
35���Columbia and McKenale.
36--C. P. R.   Station.
4?--Small & Bucklin Mills.
Vrcnrfc *n& ICnftllxh Wonarn ������ T������
fro_�� ��   Mndtlj-   Strert.
See a Parlslenne cross a wxt-ij
street. She advances tiptoe to the
edge ot the pavement, poises like a
bird ready tor a flight, deftly raise***
her dress more than enough lo show
her embroidered skirt, the dainty hose
end elegant bottiues. and without more
delny she trips across, toe and heel
barely ���loiK-hing and the mud refusing
to cling to the fairy feet that hardly
leave an impression on It. Landed on
the other side, she gives her fine feath-
���rs a little shake into place and passes
on with shoes thnt look as if just put
on nt that moment.
Watch nn Englishwoman immediate
ly afterwurd. She reaches the curb
etone. comes to a dead standstill and
Stolidly contemplates the muddy road
Finally she selects n route. Then
rery eautlously she lifts her dress,
making sure that ihe tops of her
shoe_ ma under eover; then, slowly
Advancing, she puts her rrght foot ont
Plump It ��oes, the water boning ovet
it, am! Ulen splash, splASh splash, until the other side is reached, when
wiih soiled Skirts and soaked s'..c*&.
eli. proi*"i-t|s on Iter *������ et and i;"idil��
j   >V_|v
Tht  Owner  tnd  the Vitlt&e,
H'.s liouse. tlie tirst he had evei
cit-ned iielng neatly finished, the Klat-
tmsh man went fortli one lint after*
no,!, to Inspect it. As lie entered the
front door he observed ii Well dressed
man standing within, apparently nd-
iniriiig the beauties of construction nnd
decoration. In an Instant the pride of
ti." owner swelled within bim ilere
wus where he would inalie the \-,������or
rerdant with envy and. Uicidcntally,
Intercept a few bouquets for himself.
Stepping up to the stranger, lie rein ark ed:
"It's a beautiful bot.se, Isn't It"* It's
worth every cent of tin* Investment
and a great deal more.'*
"You are right," leplled'the stranger.
"You are, I suppose-'
"Yes I'm the owner." interrupted
the other, "and Just let nie toll you
���tint there nre not many men round
!h r.   Wh< own as line h house as thin."
"1 quite believe you" serenelj uu-
swered the visitor. "I'm the man, yon
see, who holds tl-.r first rnoftgnp an
It."���-Brooklyn Bs�� ���*.
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(    THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Frout
etreets, "New Westminster.  B. C.
bold, nation building policy that looks j utation of being one of the strongest o*0*C*��*0*0*��C>*0*0*0*o*(^ 0t0i0iO*o*0*00*0*0*0*n*<5*01
"""" '"'"" " "     ' PWNBR TRAVE1S IN Af RICA8
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
SAURDAY,   OCT.   10,   1903.
DO   NOT   FORGET.
Do not forgot tha*. the return of the
Tories to power would mean a return
in   deficits  and   heavy  protective   duties.
be snowed under. The chill to them
will not be dissipated under the warm
sunshine of popular public approval
of the greatest administration that;
Canada has ever seen. There is one
redeeming feature: They will ibe better fed, have more prosperous and
happy home., than they could possibly hope for were they permitted to.
govern.
JOE  MARTIN'S PLATFORM.
Joseph Martin, the independent candidate for Vancouver, has Issued his
"platform," which consists of no : --
than thirty-one "planks!"
VICTORY CONCEDED.
Under the caption, "Signs of Conservative Victory," the Columbian of
last night, reprinting an estimate from
the Toronto .News, which in an exceedingly strained effort figures out,
upon the basis of what has happened
for a century past, that there is a remote possibility of the Laurier government being turned down by the.
electorate. It even goes south of the
49th to take premises upon which to
base an estimate, then it cj-osses the
turbulent waters of the Atlantic to
the peaceful home-loving Briton to
draw a comparison. Force failed the
Toronto News in the comparison of
needs and condition., as affecting Canadian life and interests, when this
much talked of independent (?) rabid
Conservative organ turns its optics
on an old Tupperlte mirage and even
tries to draw the defeat of the Ross
administration iu Ontario into the cycle of observation, as showing that
haphazard catch-cry of the hustings
are being reproduced with the hone
that the electorate will be deluded, j [he_ Paramount issu
and their judgment drawn aside, from
the real issues of the campaign. There
is one point where the Toronto News
utterly falls down, when it refers to
the Conservative party as being "resolute, aggressive, and united." What
ia dose to hand out to a party, nerve-
Bhattered and broken in every attribute, which has not the semblance of
a policy, lias no inherent life, and ad-
vocates looking to the consummation
of principle, as wide as the poles. It
relies upon the credulity of the young
element of the country that these expansive and directly opposite forces
and principles will catch them and
that their brain power will be dormant sufficiently long to accept the
arrant nonsense which is being peddled   as   the   Halifax   platform,    plus
on        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ot*    empire    that   ''makes   u;   in  our [Canada, and comes to the coast to the
strengt i proudly lift our bead.- in the great chagrin of the Caledonians. The
assurance that we are strong, and able Rovers  meet   the Coquitlam team at
to  resist   the  competitive  inroads ou  a quarter after three o'clock this atom- trade interests as we are to resist   ternoon  at  Moody  square,    the local
the  incoming    of a  foe iby  force of .team   being  composed of  the  follov.
arms.    The cry   that   thu   public   de-   Ing:     Goal,   T.   H.   Barbaree;     right
mauds   new   men,   new  methods   ami   back,  P. Clark;  left -back, H. Collier,
new measures comes to us very much or A.  McLean, Calgary Caledonians.
as a healthy,  robust   man  being  ex- half backs, right, J. Bruce; centre. M.
pected to try new prescriptions, new Leamy; left, J. Carse; forwards,right
foods, and   u  new   system of waiting: outside. !���"   V.'.t'-"ti:   inside.   A.   Reid;
his vitality.    Public opinion,  whether centre,   F   Lock;   left   outside,   C'aty-
iu the West or the East, will speak jzien; Inside  J. McGowan.
as one   voice   that  in  the  abundance I
provided by the wise men of the present   Liberal administration they are
healthy and satisfied. The signs given
in the Toronto News of a change here
and there will soon give place to preelection excuses why the Rubber poll-
A   LECTURE  BY
THEODORE  WATERS, first medical    missionary    to   Tongoland.
Will be given in ,,,,, Knox (,hwch   Bapperton, on MONDAY.
Oct.  12,  under the auspices of the Young  People's Socitey.
Tuesday Oct. 13{U
Joseph ana William W.
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Begbie.
High Clasa Moving   Pictures,   nius-|J
cy, Foster burdened, Bordenites are to]trate(j son^s.    Program changed Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Get the Habit
Our Creed
If there's any chance to boom
business, boom. Don't be a
knocker. Don'i pull a long face.
Hope a bit. Get a smile on you.
Hold  up  your head.    Get  a  hold
Jeffer
and    an    ..   -pttonaiiy
company    In
Sheridan'-
son
talented
Brlmsley
imed]
"The Rivak"
Joseph   an I
are the son,-  an :
of the late Jo ���
Rivals Is the fa
Prices  $1.50.   $1
s.-iits at Ryal
*'-   J'-ttetvin
:: BU**ce.Bot(
0 and The
���>'---. oomedj
'-���-��� and 50c.
1
The "flowing tide" which a year
ago carried the Conservative candidate to victory in Colchester appears
upon further examination, to have
been a flowing tide of boo,:.-.
An American newspaper sa;., that
in the presidential campaign this year is "We 'uns
want you 'uus' jobs. Resolved, that
we try hard tu get them." This is
the paramount issue in Canada, too.
It is not calculated to arouse
enthusiasm.
(The lecturer and skull of hippopotamus.)
n the rourse of the lectur,-. which will be illustrated bj limelight view.-, the following subjects will be dealt with: Travel. Exploration. Animals. Adventure, Big Came Hunting, Gold Mining,Diamond Digging, -ind lit',- anion; the untutored savages of Darkest
Africa. Admission.  35c;     children, 25c
with both hands.   Then pull. But.   ^*0*0*Q*0*00*0*0^0^0^0^0  0*O*0*0*O40^0*��O^*0^^>6
your hatchet.    Drop    your    tomahawk.    Hid,-  your little hammer.
When  a stranger drops in, jolh i
him.   Tell him this is the greates '
town on earth.    It  is.    Don't get
mulish.    Don't   roast.    Just  jolly, j
A!', men like to be jollied always.;
So jolly,    Get popular.    It's dead
easy.    Help yourself along.    Push
your friends with you. Soon you'll
haw- a whole procession.
I ; Westminster Opera
Wednesday, Oct. 14
A   Superb,   Sensat o*-j
��� Scientific
Surp^ . ���
A   Vivid  Portra   i
Far VV-,-
Lincoln J. Carter ;  Spec
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Special for today���Single Burner Oil
mnebj Stoves 90; each;  regular $125.
We are now booking private
Christmas Cards. Printed Greetings
with your own name.
A beautiful line of samples can
be seen now  to  select from.
The
Flaming
Arrow
Introducing    '      '
LOCAL   NOTES.
A fourteen months' old bo> named
Curran died yesterday afternoon at
the Royal Columbian hospital. Thel
child had been a patient of that insti- i
ttition for the past five week... hav-;
ing been brought down from the up- [
per country.
The Columbian college junior toot-
._���'.!  -earn will meet   iii ���  city  juniors
at Moody s p an    ti.   . .'���    a   >n, kicl
off at half-past one o'cl ��� I     Th       I
Taylor  ami   Cowan,   and    a   hundred I lege   team   will  be  composed   of   the
other visionary  aspirants to be coun- following:   petts   goal;  McPhail,  Lati
Bellors with  the  insurance expert. G.  mer, full tacks; li. Drain :   ���.   ���'
E.   Foster, and   the   meek  ana   mwly Trlest,    half   backs;     .V   Kenny,   C
purity hypocrite R, L, Borden.    Young   Smith,   Barraclough,   McArthur    Fitz
Canada ia too alert,  too  intellectual,  gerald, forwards.   Th- line-up   if th
too forceful, too far seeing, to be gull- Westminster  Juniors   will  '        Goal
ed  by such huncomb.    No jobbery of' Flowers:    full   back-.    David   u    and
these   men who   broughl   the   richest  Collier;     half   backs.   Holt,   Rlckman
country in the whole  British posses-  and   Disney;   forwards.   Friar,   Munn.
-sions    to.   the   humiliating   verge of Barclay, Dickinson. Curry
bankruptcy, no gilt edged promises of;
a new prosperity, no convict-like pro- j
*t.--'.-_ of honesty ur purity, no pledges
of any   sort   or   '..ind   will   permit  _.ie
clear,   thoughtful,   brainy   young Canadian to .-_��� cajoled into placing witn-
in the ballot lox that which he prlzea
-������ "-'*������ evi.,  , ���;;��� .   treasure on ea
..    .-alio:, to place around  bu-  ...
hi   yoke ol  su iservlem y, the feudal
contribution of tribute to the classes,
and the throwing back ... his c mntrj
;": decades be  . .   :, ..... ., ....
of wolves Is i. ,11;   to lei ->ur the a-:-
'-���--    ���     trong     .   '   ���. lesi   in,.,:
The Fair    I J. J. MacKay & Co.
240 Columbia Street
New Westminster
Mora.iy's Special���Whisks 10c each: ,
regu!.*!.- :5c.
"We buy for cash and sell for the
same "
Booksellers
Stationers
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
OENUINB   INDIAN
The extreme
magnitude.
Se,. the Cou       i-v
Dance.
See the Attac
See the Genuine  .-     a Brass Bail
Big Special   Can   sf People.      ���
Popular Prices���50c. 7c_c and $1.00
CONING! UHilMi! Si
BRASS   BAND
. -i   ill. :",;
aad    .���  n
i Fort R .
The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Hall
took   place   yesterday    afternoon     a'.
i 2 o'clock, Rev. Dr. Rugg officiating a'
tho house and at the Oddfellows' cemetery. The service was very impressive, the hypin "Abide With Me," be-
: ing sung with pathetic feeling. There
wore numerous floral tributes from
the many friends of the- deceased,
Mrs. Kerry, a daughter living in Amherst.  ,\,  S., contributing  a b-:iutiful
t wreat.i.    Messrs.   Brown.   Major.  Bur-
i nett.  Brice.   Hemhrough   ani   Webbi r
; acted as  pallbearers.
: -:: i.t-i, thu Canadian tit:-i     A letter was received from Nanaimo
���'*-'''���      ���-       .���'                        _   ..      all yesterday   requesting  that  a game he
 :...   bi   hi   3 go- arranged   between    the   Westminster
5 to forget the fa     that is?   |   h football eleven and the Coal CH    ag-
'-    " I  rgi      ....:..     rices  be gregatlon,  and it is  altogether  likely
'  ���   ���-  in the mai . I foi bis pro- that   numerous other chalienge.3   will
duce     '��� ;,.  .      .  .                   great- be  received.    A   match   between   the
reci     Ition           .      ...        ;,.. |a- Westham   Islanders    and   the   Lady-
r?   --   ���   . 'lus th     reatei
e thr ih he !       in his Brlt    ��� citt-
Eenshlp.
H   he   .\ill  for-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
gel  the prosperous,  happy, home life|they    nun   make od    showin
i ..;.',.- undei the careful, consider-  against the champlous ol the Island,
idministi al Ion  ol   .i   got ei nment
������.- ..:;'    Ide .. ..- th ��� greatest good
i . the greatest   n imber?    Can it be
.   ; ,-le that he will forget th ��� - ron ���
hand tbat In- enlei d Into the strny-;
gle  to  relieve him  as  much as  pos-l
1    ol  the burden of taxation'.'
Coming forward iti his young man-]
hood and reg.sui lag his vote for th <
flrsl  :,,i". be u111  ii mor and sup] orl
the pai  ���   thai  Is <!���    rmlned, aggressive, and forceful ti   ra ike this gre it
Dominion tho happiest, most prosper-
., is oal l< .; < n ent a.    He ��i'i remember, that as a ..un,nr   readj   to such  ,     ,   ,.	
liard   labor
bis life blood,  these    ncmh ���- of the
���..-.ii !i '.i l'iiin^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
i ing i; on the giving ol th     rgot pill
the court was perfectly satisfied.
smith eleven i.-a to bi arranged, an I
the mainland team have asked for the
help of a few of the Rovers In order
to  strengthen  their  line-up,  so  that
Judge Lampman yesterdaj Imposed
a sentence of nine months' imprls lament In the common jail at New
Westminster, without hard labor, on
George A Walkem, the Vancouver
business man accused ol seduction
and counselling with intern to pro-
curin ; an abortion It Is consldi -��� i
unllkel; that counsel for th ��� defence
Will appeal, as no atii!' un. oment to
that effect .1,1.- been made, and the
general oplnh n is that luch .-���������;,.-
will ''���*���' be taken i onsl le Ing that the
prisoner is not to .... ibjected to
That there was ample
corroboration   to  the  evidence   bear-
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iti si . .-r iii..- country and a. Mei...an. lat. ol the Calgarj Cal-
ruin the happj homes ol this fair edonlans, may make his appearance
land with theii cr of blue ruin, and on the football field In a Rovers' uni*
hc will shun their overtures as he form this afternoon, having been ad-
would t't. fascination cf,n sun;". ,i..,i ,, ti���. strength of the local team
O'    i           .'-���.    .���'::.:  -il   tnnd the recently,   This player enjoys thc rep-
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Westminster
Opera House
Thursday. Oct. 15
Specials
at Johnston's  Big
for
George M. Cc- m's
Shov.
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and Saturday | Honeymooners
Shoe House ^
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With Willie Dui
al le Ca
The Cohan
an Old Fashion--1    '
We Shoe The Town
Pf
Ask    for   "Cert"    football
*���>'     Out price $3.50 a pair.
Ladies'
Vici   kid.   Blucher   rut.
with  Cuban
heel, for $3.00 a pair.
Gun  mei i! ' olli 5i   c
bo its.   .-'    I
for fall wear, $3 50   i  pa
r
Patent leathii   Bluch ���
cut. Bpe ' il
price. $3.50 a  pall
Ask for our $3.60 ne-n's
boot with leather lining and
made from No, l box eaif
leather.
y
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of Noise.������ ��� Tin a Po Man.' '���*���'���'
Days,"     "Thi       M '���'���' '������
lb nest, Lit:     Gtr -    ������- '������
Vou," '-The;,.'- N'othlng N-1* B
the   Bun,"   "San '   '*   M'
Home," "If I'm G< lng to '>'���- I'm C--1"
tne- to Have Some F m    - '���
Cohan Music, Cohan Boys, Coaan
Girls, Cohan NO'se Cofan Characief
istics, Cohanesque rrom Beginning to
End.
Strong   casl prln I ds ani -
splendid singing   b ��i  **
Prices  25c.   50c.  75c.  $1.00, $150.
Men's
��� Ask or this
patent leai .
Our  price  $4.1
New gi ids
-'.toe.; for men.
"High Mei
shoe
ii men.
Gun metal and box calf boots, witb
heavy tole for $::.iki and $3.50 a pair.
Hox calf boot  with beat.   bo!    and
leather lined.   Our price $3.50 a pair.
Paten: leather, Blucher cul and dull
kid top.   Special price $4.50 .a pair.
Ask to sec this patent leather shoe for ladles. It's
very stylish. Our price $i.<>n
a pair.
coming in every day.   Ask to see our new Empress shoes tor ladies and
our Invictus
Don't, overlo il   th se
extra shoe values for today and tomorrow,
ft
fi
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W. J. Sparta
LATE   WITH   J   A.   LEE
Bi -.- to am ������
now   rea :.
kinds ol
at the :
dire,'*      a- ���:.
profit.
Cos)   Corn ts a
ah comm ml   i -;:
Uf, J. Sparkman,
Cor.   Sixth   and   <L..irn?rvon  Sts.
Imm* Hate   ���'
will   111"i
tention
with
NOTICE 10 ORANGE
L. O. L. 1150
Officers and m mb '
  ��� tl - : 'l!
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
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lodge  are   tuque
Orange hall.     	
Saturday, Oct. 1 ,- purpose ^
attending tin-    tui������ * ������
brother, Isaac Hood ^        iV,
Officers and n  ml       '   ' " " .'.'
and iojoumlna ' ���' ''
to atten 1
Bv order,
'   r. (j. PATTERSON,
\Vo--t'i!''l'l
lm'-
Waster.
���el
J adian tactories m iwo, tne ^u
| year of Liberal rule, $162,15C,578.
W. K. HAN8POR��,
Secretar*,   Westmlnstei   Publicity  As-
THE
ADVERTISK      "W
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DAILY      NEWS
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister. Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street.    P.  O.
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\NOTHER LOT OF
IS
Week
:,-. Ml
tor th. ��� -
: and bustle of the Exhibition is over tnrifn
������   looking foi   -���   id    to  replenish the house
...   In our   Blanket   and   House  Furnishing
ue found some interesting items which we
:  i jrefu! attention.
weep  Out   of
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The
a.nd sevi
vesterda
11 thi   I *���'
I oral work,
Phone 184. *
... ���? tirivei:
'!..::: war-1.
���: bridge.
.1.-1!,'.-   nciif
r.nlei.
mass
:Vlf: bo
Of i
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cliii:- -
ami   .
_H5 man
pect e_
gpeet
:n i
addre it & g 'ea
i    Queen;.,    Avi'iiii.
' 'l i --ii:.'   evening
. ;      He wl    lllu
v   i    in-..'.-      an
looi   views     D
ii   ������ -i  well known
ani
, herln.   �� I
ii     Tl . -sdaj     :    -I. iii
i Dressers and Stands
AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LASI
$13.50 to $80.00
ix   o!
B.
For f ���-   class cul Sowers poi plants
������ill make  or bono;    -   ,     phone    Tin vis <t sot,
**   florists    *.      .  20
LEE'S
Man_.mi_.th   Furniture   Lmpo.rm.ti
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LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.  NEW WESTMINS"
Opposite  Lorn*  Street.      Phonr 73.
est   8  C
ions arrived yest-
...i of  fruit
produce.
Net?'   i ������ tlemeti   o    !
deadlocl   a th,   -���.-���,  .,    ).,    '
���li*-e--'Vi i-.huU   0( JJOI    ���
Th-   Strai                  ...   ���.,:���.   ..,.-    ''r:'- '��� Igl teet    nchei    vei  i
terda,    .                     _.    caxQQ   Un-  ;hf' ''"":"      on whlol the nev  Lave
.:....                                       w   .., ' ft   M.'.           . .    ...       ���,;    .      ,   en     .
Harkel <. progress
.'���-��- ���������*-. ������   ��� ���   ���..���    ...       ���-..   -^.   �����"���_���-v   ���-..?���        ->���   -..--... "-....'������...    ...       --       .     _���'���������-���������<.��� ������-��.;���
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Gordon's Dry Goods House;
I     tr Ha ... -        ... -
Curtain
-.-
40c    Frilled Muslin
for 22 l-2c
������rmined k> make a clean sweej  of our Frilled
Utah       - Ins     As we do  not Intend  to  ke.     this particular
so this is a golden        ���   unity to secure v. -
_...__..-     ������ Curtain Muslin at less than -est  price.    The
nan aln, floral and coin spol m islln, 4*. to 60 Inches
iled on Both   edge-       As   v.e   say.  the   regular
price .: ��� tor tbi-- week we will sacrifice th. m at 22' 2c
_.--.
_B Great  Activity  in  the
Blanket   Department
.   inspected our   Blanket   stock   this   season?    If
ii! to se   our -;. - tliis week   Remombe
;ge8t  Blanket  stock  in British Columbia.    We
ilankete in thirty days a> most larger store.- sei:
-    So great ig our re   n iti n  tor good blankets,
��� customers . for    lankets from all ovi i
'ta.   We bn;    I      ���        .. the mills and sell at
merit
B   '
John S .
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thi
C.   Elei
u
' niont!
the
Devine
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All At
Sport"
brand ���
s hai :.  .
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���
i
Ladi
es
���      ,...M    taO
.._   .,   six*
ild land.
All Colui ...... dis<  rec-
lords in st ������ as ������   : ������  each.
regular              i Bu>   while  the
> choice is  lai -��� I:   Tod I .- music
.house **
s
-
uits
Thi ,��� ....
man who was fi
day      ' ar ived hi ���
terda>   :    ..   Nanaimo
will ��������� ���  ���
noon    . ��� ;:- : . .
.'. II-   .
B.   Fall -      -       . l'i   .
.   .
For    sah    Seven    roome..    housi
bath   : .. les,   closets,   wood-
sht-si: stall   carriage   house;
fruit trc r. full lot. For further
partlcul .., ply ro owner. il*2Kighth
street. **
by express from New York���
Suits���Nobby styles in the
newest cloths
The regula ag ol the
Westminster Publleit*  association will
bi  hi Id in th     oard of trad   room on i
["uesda    ���   enlng m   tveek, when     provincial ;...:*.  Inspector Maxwell
nnection   with the work smith caused ea     and everj  box ot
1 done  b.    the  assocta oi    luring the frak at aarkei to b.  opened
provincial exhibition and    foi    some ;.,_.:,-.,!���.    ., . ,: examination oi
Price.*-* range from |
$15.00 to $45,005
. | time previous v lis< issed.
'    Clearani i  sale of over 4000 Colum*
i bia phono:.. ./:. records at J. li Todd's
imush   housi      \ 75<   record for flttj
cents    ('��� ���:-...   . arl     as this stock re-.
| ducing Ba ���   wlll nol   I isi long.
A football ���   .*een ihe High
I and Centra o     ivi nlles will
I in- nc,   al .. >i  ten o'clock
morning  ai M od    s iuan.    The  I
lowing w..   :  : .   u-,i the High sd
team:   Storm.  Kl       Cooper, MacKa*.
Dlsnej    i: il   on lln    Hardman
i-'u.. pstor, l ,ei_. -   md Innes
Th
Ul
vail . ,* Blankets, 9-1   Ize
wool Blankets, l i-1  size
iii-4 Blae, from   ,,
. $3.25
$4.25
.$2.65
SEE SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY
Ihe [ash Stores f. JJ, SMITH ^ ^stores
1 *��->'w>D��00*0��0<0��0*0*0  )*0t*0*0*O*0*OO*O*O*O*0*0*O
. piano you   >o   ;hl at * he exhlbi
should be Insured In, a  reliable
[flre    Insurance    companj White
shiles & Co   of J''" Columbia street,
j are the mosl r< liable and experienced
firm with which  io place    thts busl*'
'.less.
!
A rich treat i> in store tor the Epworth leaguers of this city and all
friends of missions and young peo-i
pie's work, in the visit of Rev. Dr.
Fred C. Stephenson, of Toronto, the
brilliant leader ot the Young People's
Forward Movement tor .Missions.   Dr.
'Stephenson  will   be   assisted     by   hi*1
the  contents  mad_     Some boxes  of
scale iv,. . I apples wen  allowed to
fro   thre / .   sorted,     but
some   to .. . -   Wi   .   held   pending
disposition bj   the authorities.     The
fruit in ��� very       >*: ln the
enactmi laws enforcing the
spraying - ��� .   an I   n :*' > i nting
thi   sale i nfecti                      sea
-on.
Mr. W ' ���...vie-'
& Co., V'ani has
opened -
ami ha
Settlei.'   \ -���-', at on   ol B  C    Be
street     Mr. l'i'-lie;  is ;i;. acCOt
li ng   itaJidlng nnd will :>.
undertake an;  form ol    auditing   or
bookkeeping work for New   Westminster | atrons **
HiijK Class Millinery
Special Showing this week
THE FASHION CENTRE
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500 Baskets
Concord Grapes,
50c per Basket
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* Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.        Phone 93.
Hunting Boots
Pheasant   shooting    opens
:   _5.k  (next Thursday..
Every sportsman  wants
- "epareo.
on
to
A good pair of Waterproof
iTuntuig Boots is one of tKe ne-
��� --ities. We have opened today
* special shipment. They are
made ol the only waterproof
*ther (Cresco  Calf).
>ce   t
h.
ro  in our  vv
ind.
o\v to-
������t-iht.
. SINCLAIR
T^e Reliable Shoe Man
IMPORTANT
When You Are Sick
A record was grand d * ��� ���'������'"��� daj I*
Joseph Smii.i for twelve inches ol
water to be taken from an unnamed
stream running from east to west on
Lot 1316, on the Gulf ot Qeorgta, from
a point near the government road
which runs from Olbson's Landing to
Bechelt, and to be returned to tin*
sea, lu tlie pill'. Ditches and B -1 ">'
will be used to divert the water, which
win in- carried to the house by pipes
or  troughs and  used  for agricultural  q*q*o0O*O*O*CX)*O*O*C>*C*O*G v*c*o*0*0*0*QO*C*o*(.J*c.*a*o
and domestic purposes
The time for obtaining the rebate in
Burnaby municipality on   1908   ta*
expires on October 16, 1908, **;
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That you
attention.
.-'.;���. ild hav
Now, we ari
the very best
not doctors,
Samuel Rawlins, a well known farm-
- ol Delta, died at the Royal Colum
ni.ii'. hospital yesterdaj morning from
neither do we profess to be.   it's not :   Da ,,   The deooased had been
business to prescribe,  we prefer ailing  onl;   a Bhort  time    and    waa
our
letting your doctor do that. Where
we come in i when you want the
prescription filled, through this chan
nei we < perate to bring   about    a
cure.   Our   duty    11 plainly to   give
you  exactlj   what   the doctor orders.
and of thi  ."  ��� q tality, this Is where
,:���. how ;  ol  th ��� druggist  is tested.
To put i: mildly, ih** druggist who Is
Dot honesl wil i    the   Blck Is   a dls-
graco to the : ' ifesslon.   We want to
ml your nes      ascription no matter
Whal doctoi   ��� rites It, and we pledge
our honor that you wlll get a square
dea] aa t0 ,.,li:... tness,   quality   and
,ce      ......   | ,-,.,    been    twenty-five
years i:i . usiness her" and am willing
. ,,, be ludged bj our record, if you
��� (.inn,,- afford to paj tor your medicine
i we ffm :    same free   of charge
. . hi to th" hospital b few du*
,i He wbb ','_; ye,iit of age, and :|
native ot England. He catneoui from
tin- old countrj aboul three yen1 ! 4
ago, and since that tini�� has been ^
farming with hla sons, Samuel and ���
m u iiu-.. llns, on the Slough roa ;
abo.it two miles trom L_adtler, Thi
turn ��� il win take place al Boiindai
Baj i emetory todaj
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DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
P.3.���Can give you better value on
spectacles than others. We make a
specialty of thla Wa*
The Pheasant Season Opens on Oct, 15
when everybody nnd his dog win be out witn n ue"   ind  ludglng
f...i.i  reports  there  will  lie many full bags.
The large number of shooting accident., that have already oc
 d this year should h* a warning  to all  hunters    that     :h"
should have an aerltlent iMUfa&Ce policy find I ean jive you the
bart,
I will give you a policy for $loon for $6.00 that will i ne-
fits for all kinds of accidents.
Phone, write or call and I will te glad to fill our an application
for you, but If you meet with a mishap do not blame mi*.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
a '!     acre addition to the Dougla i
atreet  cetnatery  ins    recentlj    bei n
,      .      I    uul   fenced,  mil  i ���  n ov   11 id
fo; allotment, it being the intention
to portion off the cemetery iiinoui.
Ilfterent nationalities, who wlll
.    for  the  burial  of     (lieir  dead.
Ttiiis division Ik necessary because of
ithe practice of the Chinese, who dis-
j inter the remains of their departed
��� from einht  to ten  years    after their
doatli.  the hones being shipped back
to China. A number of prominent local Chinamen, headed  by  Kwonn Oft
Wo, are now negotiating for the res- Q
ervation  of   an   additional     piece   of O
burying ground at the cemetery, they o
being willing to clear and fence it ���'���'- o _._-_____._-._._..__-
their own expense, providing they se- Uo*0*0^*04CO^>0*0��0*0^ 0^^)*O^^^OK>W)^)^^>0
cure the concessions desired from thc
authorities.    A corner of the Douglas
street  cemetery   is reserved   for  the,
cremation of Hindus and Sikhs.
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IIBERAI GOVERNMENTS
GOOD WORK IN 8. C,
Reliable Statistics Bear Testimony to Excellent Work Effected in British Columbia During the Past 12 Years
by Liberal Government���Contrast With
Inaction of Conservatives.
milt
OPERA   HOUSE BOOKINGS.
In yesterday's Issue tacts and flgniras
ui ;i com in ing character were given,
showing thi vaiii-i ih work done by
the Liberal administration in the way
of public bulldiugs, harbors . rivers,
dredges, telegraph construction, etc.
We new give some further fact., iu re-
gard to works accomplished iu the
department of marine .uul fisheries.
When it is remembered that ihis
province has seven thousand miles of
cpast line the significance and importance ol the expenditure of the
marine department musl be appreciated, The Liberal governmenl Ir.is
worked wonders in this direction. As_;
any navigator the number and character of the aids to navigation on this
i oast prior lo 1896 and his reply woul I
not be exactly a compliment to the
government of thai day in 1897 the
board <u : ade submitted a long list
of lighthouses, moj a an i alarms required in British Columbia to Hon, .1.
1. Tarte, who was visiting here, and
lie pr iinised to have them attended to.
Sine, then every one of ihes,- safeguards has been provided, with scores
of others equnlh necessary, in order
to be more full} informed of the requirements of British Columbia the
governmenl appointed Captain Troup,
of the ('. I'. K.. a member of the lighthouse board, and so far the vast majority of the recommendations of the
captain, il not all, have been carried
out, The following shows the expenditure 11.. the malm,., department durln    both administrations:
Conservati* e. Liberals.
1S91-1S96.  1903-1908.
Marine 'M enditure
in B. C $347,900    $1,453,801
In brief, the Liberal government'
has expended in aids to navigation
and other services in five years nearly
in :r times as much as the Conservative parti in ihe same time. From
1901 : . 190S i -e\ en j eai ���-1 the present
governmenl   lias  expended  more than
$1,600,     Lu    these    si r. Ices,     lust
year- total being $707,727.
Anioui; the various facilities and
safi guards that have bi . n pro. id I
ma} ��� mentioned the Wesi Coast
. m Carmanah to Banfleld, a
distanci ol tortj miles, which, by the
wa}. Is well towards completion and
...Huh v.i.l cosi in the neighborhood of
$100,000. It is th��� intention to extend '.iiis trail still further up the
, oast.
The construction of a motor lifeboat of the most modern type, which
is new  stationed a:  Baniield.
The construction of three life-boats, |
whicb a;e :-l->o stationed on *.he west
coi st.
The establishment of a system of
wireless telegraph}  nu this coast, sta-'
. : -    elng now operating at Victoria.
��� 'i  .   K,st' van.    Cape     Laao    an 1
Point  Grey.    Several   other    stations
will   soou    be   opt rating In noi thei n
Britlsl   - ������ unbia  svati rs.
Cl sti} ... ::. io ai Is to navigation Is
��� . uni  -e; \ ir.   ni I.    i'i graphic
w inch    ...     v- ssel,    the
!.:     let." was    ��� ���   ntl ���  completed In
. .        t a cost of Jiii'.1-1"11
...     department    ],a-   And all the principal business centers of '
, ,    .   :���v  ,���;i.  ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARL I
The Consi rvative governmenl could
not afford to spend one cent to protect
the fisheries of British Columbia The
Liberal    government    constructed    a
cruiser,  the -Kestrel.-  increased    Its
protection   service  and has  appropriated $225,000  for    a    new.    modern,  _
speedy cruiser.   In view of these facts ,;.
it    is    amusing    to   hear opposition   ?���
speakers criticize the government  for ^
neglecting  to  protect    the    fisheries.  3��
Liberals, $210,915.    Conservatives, noi ' jj
one solitary cent.
[Squally startling is the contrast  in
fish  breeding,
Conservative. Liberal.
1891-1896    1903-1908
' Pish brei ding
in  B. C $15,486     $314,048
Thus the Liberal government expended twentj limes as much on this
important service as the Conservatives aud surel} the fisheries are worth
it. But what must be thought of the
Conservative government, which, in
hv,- years, onlj spenl $15,4S6 to assist
one of British Columbia's greatest Industries . That Is only an average ot
little mole th. u $2000 a yea:-, against
the Ltbi ral yearly average of over
$60,000 Eight out of the nine hatcheries ot British Columbia were
by the Laurier government.
Notice
o*o*o*o*o*o*cu**^
*U��W��WTU��VJ
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MAKES VOIR CAKES LIOHT.
MAKES >OlR BISCUITS LIOHT.
MAKtS YOUR BUNS LIOHT.
MAKBS YOtlR LABOR LIOHT.
MAKES VOUR EXPENSES LIOHT
Order from your Grocer.
E���W.GILLETT^rT*ENrv
TOR ONTO. ONT.
Wanted -:- lost -:- found
w for Sale -:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
Nonce la hereby given that the Van-
:  rower company, Limited   has
day deposited fo the Land Kegia-
irj   I''11-'*-' ;l-  -he City oi   \. w  Wi st
ter,   British   Columbia,   the-   plan
and  book of  reference oi   the West*
r:Ohnllwack i.    ,.ay _:x.eu_io.i
from a point at or near lots one and
two,  city  block   tour In  the   City   > i
\     Westminsti    -.   * (1 paS8.
ing through    the    Municipalities    of
rey, Delta,   Langley,   m tsqul   and
townsite   ol  Abbotsford  in    the
District   of   New   Westminster,  being
section   one.  iwo  and   three  of   >aid
railway, as shown on the said plan and
ap] roved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
the Province of British Columbia.
Hated this 7th  lay of August. A. D.
1908,
A. E. BECK.
Solicitor  for ihe Vancouver Power
Company Limited.
The Best Yet
Five .oi i  ten acre blocks
Ivation, "ii chilliwack tram .
on   this  land.    Terms reasonable.
| Dominior_TrustCo.,Ltd
i
TH3S. P.,  PEARSON, Ma
Real Estate, etc.
V
oney to Lo;
an
WANTED���-Experienced man andw..e
to work for fruit farm.    Wife ma*-1
be willing to do housework     \
I-'.  .1.   Hart a*. Co.,  Ltd.
LOST-  Exhibition weea, a pursi   i in
talnlng thi ee *:"' :'H'**- etc ; Inil
on pursi. A. D. P.    Finder suita .
rewardi i on leaving purse at  -Mac-
la. iiz!. 's di us; Btore.
WANTED���A
,1'itn S.
n irsi    girl,   Mrs
WANTED���To purchase, 5 acres - 	
bush land, close in.   W, E, H   News
office.
WANTED���Furnished room   .,y
inan; close in.    J. E. (.'., Daily News
oil ice.
Important Notice
The plans, profile and estimate of
cost of the proposed permanent improvement of Columbia street (including a main, trunk sewer, cemenl
sidewalks and street paving) have
been prepared and placed on view in
the room lately i. . ;; lad by the sell""'.
board, city hall, where they may be
inspected during office hours by
. dies interested in this very necessary  local lmprovi m< nt,
N. H. McQUARRIE,
.ctlng City Clerk-
City Ball, New Westminster, B. C.
August .15  1U0S.
Tenders Wanted
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VEIL PINS and
BEAUTY P|NS|
AT
W. C. CHAMBERLIN     * ^
:
Sole Agents toi
The Longines  '������
and   Hamilton V
����������������������������������������������������������������������������� ����������������������������������� ������������������������iiH
lie*..
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
13.���The  Jefferson   Boys.
14.���Flaming Arrow,
15.���Honeymoouers.    .
JT.���Holy   City.
29.���Just Out of College.
I.Too Proud to Beg.
13.���Montana  Limited.
18.���Hip Hip Hooray.
20.���WillaTd   .Mack.
26���The New  Dominion.
1,���Fun on Broadway.
���Ion and the Mot
;',.���Little  Johuny  Jones.
'.���Arizona.
Dec. 2.���The
Dec.
Dee
se.
16.���Why  Girls Leave Home,
21.���50   Miles From   Boston.
24.���Babes   in  Toyland
25.���Sandy   Bottom.
29.���The   Great  Divide.
30.���Florence.  Roberts.
."'.���Her  First  False  Step.
6.���Shore  Acres.
15.���Theodore Lorch.
2S��� Devils   Auction.
.Ian.  20.���San  Antonio.
Feb. 13.���Jane  Eyre.
March   '.!.���A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
Marc'n V.'.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
April   2.���Marry-In**.   Mary.
Dec.
Dec
Dei-
Dec
Dec
Dec
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
LOST���Lady's  English open lace  18-
carat gold watch,   Finder plea-.   r<
turn  to J.  Bell, World office.
WANTED���Dressmaking; also plain
-'Wing done first class; expetienci I,
Apply M. M., .;������_ Royal avenue and
Leopold Place.
POR SALE���Three, five acre tracts,
three miles from city, on maiu
road, good fruit and vegetable land.
On one I have a cabin, 100 chick-
��� ns, tools, etc. Partly cleared. Will
si ii cheap. Apply J. E. W., -his
. Bice,
i'i.   ;.L-_T���Housekeeping rooms  furnished  or  unfurnished, also   sin
���  im   with   fine   view. Apply   123
Ninth  street,  city.
JJ V.NTI
D���A   gi
rl  for gener
a]  house
work.
Apply
to   Mrs. P.
13.  Lyle,
Third
street, a
hove Queen-
avenue.
TO  RENT���Two
furnished   1
ed rooms,
Apply
Arrow  !
'ress,  back
if  \\ ind-
sor hotel.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
FOR SALE���Light pony cart, in good
condition; or exchange for buggy.
Morley, Vancouver road. Fast Burnaby.
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 George Sharp, on the premises.
WANTED- Two or
three unfurnished
rooms:   must ibe
moderate;     near
bridge preferred.
Apply Post Office
Box 732.
.
. - - two   pal ties   here
li ction.    Al-
. m one of   the
..-. the province
.    ���    ;..in.'.     I    "
gove uuieni.     Hen
. ison:
Ll  ��� : ������
... enditure
-.,        . ...     Jll m;i      $641,957
.   ��� -������ figures show  thai  I be Ll
��� :��� l on the fisheries ul   Brli Ish Co
a  ' ���    fifteen   I nn. -   as  much
| ��� ,'atives did in theii  I isi
live yea ���   ���     power,
On wl mown as gem i al fisher}
service the figures are:
Cons 'rvative. i.i �� ia
1891-1896    1903-190S
(' n   i.   fisher}  serin  !'���   C $29,377      5116,993
Fo    .     i-}    lollav  the Conservativ
���H ��� ���  on   - ne) al   fisher}   service     ���
H .     '.. ars  Ihe  Liberals  ��� *���
,        ....   ������ the fisher;   pro
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. adtlress
GEO.  W,  VA'wX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger und Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.  Chicaeo, Ul.
"The Milwaukee"
'Thf. PionT��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
V E S T M I N STER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���1'nder new management,
2CC Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box S07. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, in? Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancou- !
ver, II. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
anrl   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Help   Pr-.mptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEcEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   E.   C.
Phone   431- - Hot   88'j
Sealed tenders will be received to
noon, October 15th, for supply of
-awn and hewn lir ties tor New West-
minBter-Chilliwacl Railway, Cloverdale to Abbotsford, also Abbotsford to
Chilliwack.
Specifications can be procured from
Local  Manage:-. New Westminster, or,
my office.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.. LTD.
W, ii. Hazlltt, Purchasing Agent.
Notice to Builders
Tenders will be received by the un
dersigned up to Wednesday noon, of
Oct. llth, for the erection of a two
storey dwelling house on Twelfth
street, for J. McNlven, Ksq.
Plans and specifications may be
seen  at  my  office.
Lowest or any tender not neci s-
sarlly accepted.
C\ 11. CLOW, Architect.
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
SS- " Favorite
_____ i
Carrying freight  and pa-sengers to
all  points  between  .New  Westminster,
and Westham island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf dally
at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
additional trip on Mondays, leaving at!
5 a.m.
i     Returning  leave  Westham   Island 7
ja.m. daily, except Fridays  at  0 a.m.;
j additional   trip  on   Saturdays,   leaving'
at 5:30 p.m.
Calling at Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tickets to Steve-ton and  return  50
cents on Saturdays only.
Heating
St
oves
if you wan: a beater tor soft or hard coal
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks, handsome in appearance and
heavy nickle trimmings.    Also large ran-.' of i
IX)   not   forget   to  call   in   and   Inspect   our Oxl -d
Ranges, the ranges that give real genuine satl-sf
T. J. TRAPP I Co.. Ltd
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i The Fraser Valley Nurseries
T     have for the coming season a very complete line of
��� NURSERY   STOCK
��� Make no mistake, jut start your orchard right. :.,.
* HOME .NURSERY, where you are not Iwthered  with fumigation, a*
well as getting acclimated trees,   We have over 200,001 trees and j
can handle your order, no matter  what the size.    If W(    rr-  -
agent ln your locality, write to us at Burnaby I_ake for pr    -
NURSERY AND GROUNDS. BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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Now is the time to look after your |
EYES
Call in.
Eyes Tested Free
iaIYIi  II KCF-Wls ^i)
BOOKING TO    AND   FROM   ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
of   trie    Lmpn-sses
' I.  ���
on
Nil.
Nexl   sailings
Sepi   ; .md 18.
For  other   dates   and   particulars
to
ED.
:     ���
GOTJLBT,
C. P. R. A gen*
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
If you wanl to ��� njoy your trifr
across tlie i ontinent���
Travel by thi s enic Railway of
America.
Through Dining T irisl and First-
Class  Sleeping Cars.
Eastern Express :��� ave   at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:25.
For further parti jar :. . reserrt-
t;ons apply
"!,F.T,
-- ���   t.  r. co.
���     '���_.- ���    r 	
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passenger-, mail,
express nnd freight connect with
*tagv_ at Carcrdsj and White Hone,
maintaining a thr'.ugh winter service.
Foi information applv to
i    H    ROGERS.  Traffic   Mansuei
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo.  Adam*,   Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watcnes from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Water.1""* '"Pen
face, $6.00.
Geutlemen's Silver Watcnes. double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bead
Watches, supplied to the Wellrnan
Arctic Exi. Ill '.;i warranted.
t'halr.s. Rings,   lew* -v. etc.. etc..
Watch   ������ charge*   reason-
anle.
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DAILY      NEWS
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,nd November, at. 8 p. m.
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people what you want them to know. Interest
the public in your business by compelling them
to read your ads. Make them watch your regular
space in this newspaper every morning,
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Advertising in "any old way" is a thing of the
past. Select your medium with the same care
that you select your salespeople. Stick to the
best.
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to public notice.
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providing you have the goods.
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Keep
Wide
Awake
A Bladenaburg more-hunt was doling
in his store, one day when a little jrlrl
with a pitcher appeared iu the doorway anil asked for a quart ot molasses.
The storekeeper yawned, stretched
himself, half open;d his eyes, and then
in an injured tone said, "Ain't there
nobody in Ulailenshnrg that sella
molasses hut me ?"
���
!
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���Sfv
San      R    ..    Cal.,   I li Thous
were
ear Tal-
M. tl,Iiii InO ' lie
mndln '-. Ires
���, i rich
acrordin. i it  hat
tn  ��� ie
��� .        ..I, i .    I'.i'm
���
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:     	
4 e wa '. hi  '.v a-
ti: condui ...      in rent from
one wire -i and made a line
of death,    I ash   h ���   pawed !>���
was killed,
.1.   Dillingham,  a farmer,    led   hla
horse to tli- stream and when it wad-j
ed inm th'.   water it was killed    Instantly.
The power company shut off the
electricity when the linemen reported
the grounded circuit
How    a    Celebrated     Statesman     Hm
Treated to a Surprise.
Fa iou8 men ni ��� imes just
like oiher mon in the e es of children, i ino da th ��� ilebrated Edwin-, i Everett ������ ng along a
rorul in Mi At Lynn a
brio! ' i it into the
ears and he i .tt by his
side,    lie ion. irsation
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CHURCH
SERVICES I
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(Changes for ihis column must   he j
it, or telephoned to, this ..ffioe by'
9 p.m- on Fridays,   The omission ot
church notice from this column
\    idi       - that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
pai ty.)
Sunday.  October   tt.
Ql EEN'S AVBNUK METHODIST���
Rev. \Y. H. Barraclougb, B.A . pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible classe*- at
2:30 p. ni. Special service.; cm the
on i,-ion of the re-opening of the
church.   (See page 1 for details.!
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
in. Mid-week prayer meeting on
Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Morning:
'Tlie Heavenly Vision;" evening. "The
Two  Monument _."
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev-  J.  S.  Henderson,    pastor.    Services 11  a.m. and    7    p.m.    Sabbath
school and Bible class 8:80 p.m.
i No subjects rec
WEST END METHODlST���Rev. P.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
und 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m: Epworth
League Monday at 8 p.m.: prayer
meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
i No subjects receli ed.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Sapperton���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M.
A., pastor. Public worship, morning,
11 a.m.: evening, 7 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
Travel- meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:3". V. P. S. C. E. Monday at S
p. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
L. Thomas, pastor. Services at 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.
(No subjects received i
ST. PAIU/S REFORMED EPISCO-
PAL���Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion tirst Sunday in the month after morning service. Prayer meetiRg
on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
(No subjects received.)
COLLI NGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth I_eague
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
(No subjects received.)
BURNABY MISSION���Pa-tur, II.
\y. \Y. Bromwlch, East Burnaby. Services us follows: East Burnaby, Sunday school at two o'clock: pre aching
service at '���', P-m '��� young people's service, at 7:80 p.m.; Thursday, prayer
service al B p.m. W��st Burnaby,
Sunday school at 8:30 ami preaching
,v 7:30.
I No subjects received.)
THE CITV MISSION will conduct
"i-viees nt their hall on Eight street
;nal a few doors above Columbia
street, Bunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
Mid at 7:30 p.m., also on the street
Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock.
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted In the S. A. barracks
on Sunday a3 follows*. 7 a.m.. knee
drill; 10 a.m., Sunday school; 11 a.m
holiness; 3 p.m., praise; 7:30 p. m.,
salvation meeting. A cordial invita
tion is extended to all. Captain Pen-
fold, of Vancouver, will conduct the
xbove  meetings.
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Arena**
PHONt .wa
THK STATUS*! AN ���.Mil,TO.
with her and was much enterl.air.eil
by her fresh an.i vivacious comments.
When the train was entering Boston he determined to give her a
!>leasan1 surprise and so said bland*
)"���
"Now, wouht you like to know
w"ho it is with whom vou have been
talking?"
"Oh, yes." answered the girl, upturning her beaming face.
The statesman smiled benignant-
"1 am Mr. Everett���Mr. Edward
Everett."
The girl Btared al him vacantly.
He smiled again, for the morliiy-
ing thought thai his name could be
unknown to her had not yet taken
form in Iiis serene mind.
The pause became oppressive. Fv
ually the girl bothought hette;..
"Do you," she said desperately���
"do vou live hi L.iux."
A Vnktt That llnrolx Man**
The rnlrersity of Illinois hag lat��lj
added a number of relies to Its Abraham Lincoln collection. Among othe.
treasures in tbe university's possession
It an ox yoke made by Lincoln at Ne-w
Salem. IU., ln 1830, wtwu he was twenty-one years old. It remained there
ontil 1849, just after Lincoln's return
from his only term in congress. Theu
Lincoln and his brother-in-law. Clark
M. Smith, visited New Salem together.
tVhlle there the two attended an miction sale of farm chattels, among which
was the oi yoke. When the yoke wte
jflfered for sale It was treated ns a novelty because made by a congressman.
UncoTn acknowledged iinvlng made
the yoke, and Mr. Smith bid It off. raying "it was worth taking home as t
souvenir because made by his br
in-law and a member of congress."
w-Mels lifer
Sove years ago while the
was returning fwm Raleigh, N. 0��
tm an excursion train over the __���*-
board Air line he was accosted bji,
the conductor of the train, ��.��� wki'
had evidently spent his youth In
keeping away from anything that
pertained to education anfl who pro-
veiled to unfold the following cc-
ample of "down home" wit:
"I declare, some people can. aak'
the most foolishest questions I ever.
we. What do you suppose mow ���w**-**'
man asked me Jusl*. now ?"
1 replied that 1 wus unable to
fuess and requested him te etilighV
��i me. He then proceeded to tei*
his story, which ran as follows:
"While I waa passing through *
aioach just now loma woman stopped me and asked me how far we
were from Weldon. I replied that
we wer�� about fifty-five mllet-, from-
Weldon. She then asked, 'This side
or the other side?'0 ��� Harper**'
Weekly.	
He Probably Returned.
-"Sam, did you ever study spiritualism?" asked a traveling man wh*
hasn't a very high reputation among
hii creditors.
"Not much," wa3 the reply. ''V
n��ver had time to give it anyt
thwight."
"Bnt you believe that the de����
return, don't vou ?"
"Well, to tell the truth, I havcn*tt
been hothering myself about th��
dead returning. I ve only thought
.bout it long enough to come to th��'
conclusion that there is an twful lot'
of the living th��t don't wtoim/*'
"How do yon aeuir
"Why, if th��v 4U, maybe ym'tV
be returning thftt Mn dollar bill J*m
borrowed from ne ra months itjmr]
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SftTuPDdV
P
aint
This is a good time of
year to do
your
Painting
before the wet weather
sets in and the
dampness
gets
into the wood.
Hollywood Paint
"Wears on the Job, not
Off."
Anderson fe?
Lusby
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MARKET
REPORT
BOWLING
������pi ti "   1...Main's
���
a."-
^ DFDnDT   ii        ��� ,      -
earn  secure.1     i
over   Ca;.
Westruinste:
Bowl ng alleys yesterday evening:, upsetting   1946   pins   in   the  three   sets
Fred Burnet;  mad,-  the  high  averns:*.
interfered   to  a   considerable    extent; of  .1)t   ,..,,.;ljUg   while  Rogers, of thi
with the disposal of the produce.many losing team, held the doubtful honoi
buyers   teing Inconvenienced because of being low .nan.   The tabulated
of the non-arrival of the boat.    The'su.t:
OCT, n
* X*X.   JL_I   A.        V_^    JL-V.   JL * I
*.y*r?*?;?*..?*^*r?*:J;*iJ?*i.f*r*r?*rf*^ I thirty-five   pin   majority
The lute arrival Of the steamer Fa* '' Emory's   team     at   the
vorite at the   weekly   market  yesterday  morning  from  down-river  points j _
Robinson
Goulet   ��� ���
Rogers  ��� ���
Dailey   . .
Emory   ,
busies, time at Lytton square was In
consequence about two hours later
than Is usual.) the case, but in spite
of this dn ivback, sood business was
done in nearly aU lines, large snpplles
and go-, A demand being the rule.
Beef, mutton and lamb sold well,
plenty of choice being on hand. VeaJ
was rathei short, the demand being
stronger than usual. All offerings of
pork were quickly snapped up, the demand for this class of meat being |Burnett
more pronounced with the approach McLeod
of  th--  winter. Monteith
Prices  for eggs  still rule  high,  as ; Milne
much as 40c a dozen wholesale being Latham
asked   by  the   fanners.    Supply   was
rather limited.
The offerings ol chickens and broiler- were much I irger than usual
being sold at  prices ranging accoi
ing to  size.
Official   Quotations.
Sc H^
Capt.
Capt.
Emory's
Team.
1
J
3    TU.
.-Vve.
120
ill
129���393
1..1
L35
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102
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128
164���435
145
155
135
152���442
1911
117
Lath
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Team.
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157
136
169���-462
154
ill
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110���336
112
128
117
141���386
128
125
108
100���331
110
148
167
116���431
143
Ma jo
all
1946
y for Latham's team  . .
"THE RIVALS"
Beef,  hindquat
lie ef.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard BlocK. New Westminster.
: front quarters. 5c to 6c: mutton, prime
dressed,   lie;    lamb,   prim-   dressed,
il_c:   veal,  prime  dressed,   lie;   veal.
i
'large. 8c  to 9c;   hogs, dressed,  Sc to
|9c; eggs, retail, per dozen, 45c; eggs.
wholesale, per dozen, 40c; butter, retail, 35c to 40e; fowl, per dozen. *7 to
$8; chickens, per dozen. $5 to $6.50;
broilers, per dozen, $4 to $5; ducks,
per dozen, $7.50 to $S.5f'; apples, per
box, 80c to $1.25; pears, per box, 90c
to $1; potatoes, per ton. $1_; onions,
per sack, $1.50; turnips, per sack, 50c;
carrots,  p. -.   sack,  75c.
tr       ADVERTISE       "��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
���I_.H..frI"M"M'**-fr'I"1"I-1 I'l'-W-I-
PRINTING
���THAT'S  OUR
|4, BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
���!���     New Westminster. Phone 388
The dramatic instinct seems to have
been strong iu the Jefferson family.
The fifth generation is now represented by Joseph and William Win-
*_r Jefferson, who are to present Richard Briusley Sheridan's immortal comedy. The Rivals," in t:iis city on
Tuesday night.
To the credit of the younger Jeffer-1
son. ii may be said that they are ani-
mated by the same artistic spirit
whii h governed their ancestors, particularly their late father, and that
they are now proving themselves to
be worthy successors to the heritage
that has been left them.
Everything that they attempt is
characterized by fidelity, careful preparations, attention to detail, and the
performances they give are always artistic .and enjoyable to the highest
degree.
"THE  HONEYMOONERS."
The  Honeymooners''  was voted at,
j the recent Actors'  fair  in  -N'ew  York
| to be the best of the George M. Cohan
song shows and Cohan was  voted to j
: be the most poular star actor.    This
was   a   wonderful   double  tribute   for:
; "The Honeymooners."
Cohan wrote "The Honeymooners" 1
to please himself, and feeling that:
one cannot have too much of a good j
thing, he crowded it with his best in
the way of lyrics, music, plot and hu- j
mor. The result is a twenty-four ca-1
rat hit that will last for years to come!
for the merit of "The Honeymooners" I
Is so original and s:o unmistakable j
that it will take a long time for it to j
grow old.
The   original   production   comes   to j
the Opera house on Oct. 15.
��->-��*��������._-��-ii--��-��^
��� Electric Railway Service i
# ���       -��� ���-1
:**
i
1
lnterurban  Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last car Iv. Vanoouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty ml-autes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram ���
office on the hour, tweaty min- ���
utes after and forty minutes at- *
ter, commencing; at 6:20 a. m. -*2
Sapperton Line: Cars leave S
at ten minutes after the bour, *.
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 *
a. m. j
*
Sunday Service   haii-neurly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
|   Great Northern Directors Reelected.
Si.   Paul, Oct.  9.���At    the    annual
! meet ing of the Great .Northern stock-
i holders,  which was held  for the lirst
! lime in  _*lt.  Paul yesterday afternoon,
| .lames  .1.   Hill,  L.  W.  Hill  and   Fred*
I ericl. Weyerhauser, whose terms as di-
' rectors   had  expired,  were  re-elected.
The board of directors  reelected the
old  oftic' rs of tlie road  as  follows:
Chairman, J.J. Hill;  president, L.W.
Hill; second vice-president, R L.Far-
rington;    third vice-president,  secretary   and   assistant     treasurer.   T.   p.
Nicholls;    treasurer    and    assistant
| treusuiei    Kdward .Sawyer.
��� ������*-��� ���
"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
i.s doing, but nobody else does."
��� William Jennings Bryan
WE WANT
EVERYBODY
to know that the place to buy. either   Cor speculation,
Acre  Honie, where you get all City Facilities is
Five
QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER FRONTAGE SOIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
PLANKED ROADS INDUSTRIAL SITES
DITCHED LAND ALL CITY  FACILITIES.
Call and get our Price Lisl  at  once, as this means  dollars to
(Correspondence
F. J. HART k CO., Ltd
Telephones   88 ��� i 09
More   Advertising   Wanted.
Editor The I (ally   New
Sir���li would I.-' Inten     :,    .      iow
1 wh)   j our exhibil Ion   �� as   noi   ad rer-
lised by the manage u in tin- Van-
��� cou vei   newspapi i s,
Tl,. re ai. *-.... io pea li ...-.,. i at
your door, yet no special effort was
made to acqualn I hi ni of the i en-
did  show   In   vmii   ci
It aoems almosi Incredible ihai   uch
an opportunity should  be missed    to
i attract   Vancouvei   . ipital, and    not*
withstanding   the  beautiful    w. ather
', with which you wei ��� favored,   hi   at-
tendance fell considerably below that
of last  year, whirl, [.  ,���, ,,,,, ,   ��� MII
can   !"���  expected  undei   the  clrcnm-
i stances,
li   is also unfair to th.  exhl
, who  go  io .-ii  much  tn , ,
, i.euse to  display   theii   good he
best  advantage.
If this policy  Is couth ��� ,   , ������
your great laci .. ,,.,
; I,.-..:., h, ai . . j.
mate result,    i'oui iri
1    Vancouver.  Oct.  8,   190$ ic
Another of Our
Special Line
OF
Ladies' Hats
$5
each
Twenty-live only ladies'  trimmed  hatt   ���
for Friday and Saturday to  sell at this  extn    ���
They are al! this season's shapes and neatly
ions, silks, foliag" and ornaments, in popula
. demand for hats at this price has prompt'
tion to place on sale these special values     \
tills price.   See our small show window for i   fi
On sal- Friday and Saturday, each  	
���
Heatherbloom
Underskirts
A Special Line
at $4.00
each
The name of Heatherbloom
is synonymous with serviceability. Heatherbloom wears
well and special features make
these underskirts the most popular skirts made. This Bpecial
line is made in black, brown,
navy*, cardinal and fancy stripes,
made with full shirred ruffle and
dust frill and 'hen again they
are made in goo,! full sizes, in
fact there is nothing inferior
about Heatherbloom skirts; see
this special line this week,
each   $4.00
Children's Polo
or Golf Suits,
$2.50 to $3.50
These serviceable suits for
childen are proving immensely-
popular. They consist of pleated Eaatimine navy serge skirt
attached to body or waist lining.
The waist section consists of
fancy, fine, knitted wool Jersey
in cardinal, or navy, with neat
wool cap same color as waist.
Olaine
the New Waist
Material
Made up in excellent imitation of wool Delaine. It is made
of extra fine woven cotton In
neat patterns. Mostly fine
stripes and spots on light
grounds. Widths are 30 to 33
inches, warranted fa��t colors:
per yard       20c and 25c
Ladies' Aprons
of Every Description
Customers ar.    I eglnnlng
appreciate   :h-    gi : . :.-     ... ...
procurable ln oui       ma   w-
have very Beldom spoken a��o_i
this special di ��� rtmi -.
do so now with assurance that
*������������  offer  larger    selection   an:
beuer values than you
elsewhere,    w.   mi nt! n a fea
sp'-otal values:
Waitresses' Aprons���With
without bibs,  white ���
25c  to         ���'-!
Fancy     Work     Aprons
white muslin     t.
length, round  -���; le wih ft
lace  uu.1  same  tnati
50c   to     *'2-
Miases' Aprons���Madi ol
cream butcher's linen   ���>.-.-.
without  bibs and poi
75c   to            -i:;
Ladits'   Work   Aprons���Mad*
of colored che^k   and   -   ���'
ginghams,   with   bi!'-.    sell M*
to         ��10C
Overall Apron*��� in si
of colors and patterns, all - '���"
each 50c to     $1C':
Ladies' Lustre Blouses
Each $1.75 to $4.75
There I- an unusual range of styles in cream, black, navy, brown, grey,
Instre blouses; 1-.I/..-S are from 32 to VI inches.    Every  garment  perfectly finished and correctly  sized.
We Are Showing a New
Selection of
Neck Ruchings
wide up-to-date ruchlngs In
all tbe popular shadings, it
Beems as if we cannot gel these
ruchings last enough. See this
new lot at nine, as they will
soon be gone. Among the many
neckwear nov-Hie-, are new gold
braid and cord ties, motor
scarves  and colored collars.
An Attractive Display
of New Lace Trimming
Withi.ir   don ,t   the  nice.it  range   of   lace   ami     "
niiiig we have ever had the pleasure ol showing,    ri
ami originality of design which is Btire i" please thos
somehtlng d Iff eren i   from  the usual run ol      ;
This  new showing consists 0f ne��   filfl   Insertion  nn
cream and  white   two-toned effects   In   fll***'     " '
edged Oriental laces, fine meslied   guipure,  collar  i"**'
ill   ���-
black lace and Insertion, gold  and  ailk applln1"-**' ("
and prices.   Ask to Boe them.
W. S. Collister &
mWmi  i ���^^s\mBma***\aVt*w*n^mnmsr*-���aM" wommmotti��^>-''---'^^

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