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 fhjte, Shiles & Co.
F,RE INSURANCE
rW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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m , NUMBER 250.
NEW
WESTMINSTER,  i;   c.,  TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1908.
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
FIVE CENTS pi-;;: COPY.
THE PREMIER SCAPEGO.-IT
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SEWER m STREET
WORKS NECESSARY
My work, .ill my work"���a satire composed in a spirit of bitter sarcasm against tlie Fraser river fishermen,
lhanted with glee by the Hon. Richard McBride at the Westminster Opera house, at a meeting held in the
cf J. D. Taylor, Conservative candidate, and  loyal  supporter of the bitter enemies of Westminster fish-
UU CLUB FINDS
OF BETTER SUPPORT
WOMAN  DROWNED
IN VAT OF WINE
|Sum of $3.50 is Al| That Asso-
on Has to Its Credit���Onlock-
1 trs S'ow to Contribute.
I'���������'������- ol the finances of the Ro-
club   was   made   ai   an
ie meeting held yesterday eve-
men :,... secretary reported that
f* "l J!"i   ha.I   been   expend d
'-'"������- an i   tha-     a   balance  ol '
[ow remained to Hie credit of
Delation. Owing to ihe heavy|
N to be Incurred before the
|th. season, steps wil] have to
'" ��� .!��� nish the treasury, it
pstunated ihat at least $300
ipent before the last senedul-
|e!i Is played. ;
Sum i.f  :<| .   has   been   realized
sale of  membership  tickets. I
'"""' "i   money    collected  at'
ll.tis been rldicuoiraly small up
��� "nl-   a couple of dollars be-!
���*:    '      in   last   Sat unlay,   when
nuiilred people were on the
1    the match against
Messrs.   Anderson    an/
'���"r>- appointed a committee
around    at   future
���'��� a-  being given iheni
' uiiisive eloquence io
trom the on-
mean     in  their
.Santa Rosa, Cal.. Oet. 12.���Mrs.
George Coller, wife of a rancher oi
Occidental, was drowned yesterday in
a vat of wine. The woman was visit -
Ing lln' winery on the Colier ranch.
and had climbed to the edge of a
large vat partly tilled with wine. in
some manner unknown. Inn probably
through being overcome by the fumes
Mrs. Colier lost her balance and fell
into  the huge  vai
HOUSEHOLDER FRANCHISE
QUALIFIES FOR TRUSTEE
Legai   Anomaly  Causes Curious  Position    in    School   Administration���
Under Which Flag?
th.'    match
.'i  the  Yaiii'ini-
1 sue "ii  Saturday
'���    a>    follows:
.    Clark      and
Leamy,     aud
���Y'ltson, Craig, Reid,
l.ninsilen.
HON.   R.   LEMIEUX.   K.  C.
Minister  of   Labor.
Valuable iBStimonj i<> the
i.. mleux Aei is iiiiiiisiu ,1 by
ib.' acceptance by the C. I'. R.
tn.'ih,inics ni' ibe findings ii the
board nl com iiliation appointed undei this measure, the useful and practical character of
which litis aroused i't.����� attention of statesmen in England,
Australia and the United States.
A question has arisen in certain
circles us to the right of one of the
Westminster school Irustees to remain a mmber of the body to which
'he was elected, as he is not on the
assessment roll, but is a householder,
and as such entitled to vote for municipal officers, but unable to take
part in a vote for money by-laws.
This pi.^s a man in the curious position of going on to the platform to
advocate a money by-law for the
schools, and being himself unable ;o
vote for it. ui such is ihe law, and
although il is staled an endeavor will
be made to tesM it, the law is plain
enough on the .subject. The flag question in the schools at the present time
has directed attention to this anomaly,
,._��� the turn-over of a vote would determine the issue, and the determination ;u My the Canadian Hug
(aroused conslderahle hostility In
guarte! s.
Tlie  supporters  ol  tb��
j,,.   the   onl)   proper  emblem   to  Boat
I over   i he   public   schools    are   d< ter-
Hi ,|   lhal   th-.-  Iltig  uu iStion shall   be
ihe issue ut tlie next election of school
i rustees, and   .I HI see to il   thai  a |>i"
nouncemenl i> made on the subject
by all candidates seeking election in
i.he board.
Council Urged to Advance
First Street Sewer���Lo.'d
Strain- ma Sends Unique
Map.
A quiei mei  ... _ ol the < litj  c
took ;���:.!. e last evening   .  . the mem-
������ ..      .��� .' ti'.       long au
. sting ��;..       ��� . t   from   l��ord
sti utiii mii.i, who si ir. __. val i map
of :he Northwest discoveries ol the
fur trader. Superintendent ol Works
Furness  wrote ">"��� ni  - tance
uf the '. ;.. ih tion ol  thi   Fi  *i   sti
sewer.
Lord  Stratheona's   Message.
lu addition  to a brief 1
Simon   K.:i. i r  si ut   b;    Lord   Sti ath-
cona, the following is  tl     I  v. a
accompanying plan:
.Map of the Northw. I territory
from actual survej during thi i rs
1792 to 1812. This mrap, ma li foi th
Northwest company in 1S13 and 1811,
and "delivered to the Honorable William McCrllllvray, then agent, embraces the region lying .etween 45
and 6h degrees north latitude and 84
and 1-1 degrees wesl longitude, comprising thi surveys and discoveries
of twenty years, namely the discovery
and survej <u the Oregon territory to
tlie -Pacific ocean, the survey of the
Athabasca Lake, Slave river and lake
from which flows Mackenzie river to
the -Arctic sea, by Philip Turner, the
route of Sir Alexander Mackenzie in
1792 down part of Fraser's river, together with the survey of this river
to the Pacific ocean by John Stuart ot
the Northwest conipany. all by David
Thompson, astronomer and surveyor.
iTraced from the original under the
direction of Dr, Elliott Cones.)
First  Street  Sewer.
Su;- rinii-ndeni of Works Furness
drew the council's attention to the necessity of immediate action being
taken lo Ins tal the proposed First
street system of sewerage. "My reason for pressing the matter at ibis
particular time is in view of the fact
that the present wooden drain, wiiich
is b.iag use l as a sewer, Is so badly
decomposed that luring the past two
weeks it has caved In ai three different places, and upon examination
hardly a particle of the box could be
found. Unless something is done at
once to install the proposed system,
all those parties who are now using
this derelict of a box should be notified to make private arrangements
for the disposal of their sewage, i .lis
is a very important mailer, and should
be summarily dealt with, as the health
of the community may be
gered."
The letter   was  ordered   to
on the table until the petition now iu
circulation  waa received for the  work
to be undertaken under ihe local improvement  plan.
Street  Improvements.
C.   S.   Keith   asked   for  a   sidewalk j
crossing on   Royal  avenue.     Mrs.  Louisa   Kirk  applied  for a  sidewalk   from
I Columbia   -Streel   from   itean
I eastward.    White. Shi
RESS OF THE lUiiih.
DUE TC WORK OE LIBERA
Inclement Weather Fails to Keep the Crowd Away From
Robert Jardine's Cloverdale Meeting    Tory Subserviency to C. P. R. Exposed--Fraser
Improvement Touched Upon.
endan
laid
Notwithst:  .-:..       t hi       inclemi a
weathi  ....      idi .able number ��  i
pn senl   at   tb     Public   ball,   do.-
dab   lasl nighl iu welcomi   Roberl Jai
Iiii*   the   Liberal   candidate.      .lohn
Ai on trong in-' i iled the chair.
A. Whealler. speaking upon thi
portance ol organization work, said
there were many Conservatives who
support Mr Jardine beca ise
they were una ile to discover anj I ia-
-iin why a change should be made In
the government of the counti:. Sii
Wilfrid  Laurier and his ministers
loni   ri markaibly  well.    They
i mid      ini  to their record in the de-
��� '   the   country     and   say
: ad     !' I!" great   deal   <ii'   _vi'   I
iii  a. short  time.    Among othi
... j   ha t  created  a labor dement   and   had   appointed   W.   L
Mackenzie   King,   who    had  done  so
:..       o    -      ol   tbi   country, and
boiild  nol
il if he had dom ie S ...
ph   \. Ishi .1   i hi :���   ivoul I proba    ���  not
...     . ��� a anj  i IhilUwai Is 11 am llm
Fraser  River Improvement.
In conclusion I candidate rei .
:��� ii t . the in ... .i -.. . now
being cai ried oui for the Imi rovi i lent
of ; b. Frasi r rh it an i sal i I hal this
ivoiild ��� -ul* in ai .'��� i-t two 1 irge new
mill plants being laid down. The
channel improvement would mean the
creation of the finest fresh water port
on thi (o;is; and would greatly expedite the growth and developmeni of
New Westminster. No one could say
how greal an advantage tins Import
ant work would ie to the whole of the
F   . ��� .   valley.  (Applause.)
H A. Eastman briefly reviewed the
principal political issues and spoke of
the peculiar fitness of Robert Jardine
the  important electoral
much in the cause of labor as deputy u0   represent
minister of the department. With the district of New Westminster, and the
proceedings concluded with cheers for
I Sir Wilfrid Laurier ..nd the candidate.
certainly of capable administration of
the country's affairs and the fact that
the  members of the government had
proved   themselves   such   worthy  servants of the state, it would be ridiculous to turn tbem out just to let the
other fellows try what they could do.
Candidate   Well   Received.
Robert   Jardine,   who  was  well re- j
ceived, said he was seeking the vote  ������
of everyone who had the welfare and   ���      ,.      . _���       ,
,,.���*,, ,       .    Results of Effort for Columbian  Hos-
progress ot th.- Dominion at heart.,
He declined to discuss the so-called
scandals because he did not consider
anything could be gained by doing so.'
Referring to th.- greater increased
prosperity of the country, Mr. Jardine
observed that this would not have monthly meeting of the Local Council
been possible without the excellent of Women yesterday afternoou, pre-
inimigr.ation policy of Clifford Sifton.'
In British Columbia they provided
lumber,  fruit,  and  fish  for the  large
WOMEN'S COUNCIL DEALS
WITH USEFUL MATTERS
pital   During    Exhibition���Will
Memoralize Convention.
There was a lair attendance at  the
body-
sided  over .jy  Miss Davis.    The  report of the result of the operation of
tea rooms at the recent proviniflbl ex-
of new  settlers that had come I ntbltlon  was  received  and   discussed,
into th.- middle west, whilst many of
from  wiiich it appeared thai the re-
the older settlers had come west and | celpts were $449,35, and the expendl-
taken up land in this province.
Touching  B   the.   Asiatic   question,
the speaker said every white man de-1 and the consequent reduction in busi-
sired   to  see this  country   populated  ness ut   the rooms,    account    for    a
ture  would be about  $225.    The    de-
creased  attendance at the exhibition,
smaller sum being available from the
effort for the Royal Columbian hospital than formerly, and the idea was
suggested to place a part of the
balance  towards   the  purchase of an
ELECTORS !
A   PUBLIC   MEETING
will   be.  held   in   the
\       %
"���'���''���I*.   HOUSE
NEW   WE8TM1NSTER,  ON
Friday, Oct. 16,
"   8  o'clock   in  the   evening.
""'' of ROBERT JARDINE.   the   Liberal   candidate.
Hc".   W.   Te
SPEAKERS:
"-"���pieman,    W. W. B. Mclnnes. Liberal candidate for
_, ., Di    Murphy,    Esq.;     Robert Jardine.  Liberal  candidate
lr  New   Wp.i
"est'vunster
** liver
I
���       .
y  welccnie.
sr  riding;   and  others,
candidate is invite l to be present.
Reserved   setts
for
l.idies
.      ��� ������:, -'������:'':���������.
���>��.:';_��������';:������.���:,.:���������:.
by those who could .assim'late with j
the white people. (Hear! Hear!) He
regretted to see the questions of Asi- j
atic exclusion. Better Terms, and control uf the fisheries made political issues by the Provincial government,! ambulance, though nothing will be de-
and it was time that tie electors pre- ��� finitely decided till all the bills are in.
tested against this. j In  ihis connection, a letter was read
Railway   Development. , from   Manager Keary    thanking    the
Every one would agree thai in the i council and the various ladle..' aids-
development of ihe country railways! for their management of this part of
formed one of the most Important I thf exhibition work,
agencies, and the people of Clover- i li was decided to pay pan of the
dale would readily recognize what Qe expenses of sending Mrs. Day. of Vic-
important railway works now being torla, to ihe National convention of
I carried out there would mean to their-ihe various councils in Montreal, be-
Itown.    He was in charge of the V., V.  ginning Oct. 27, as none of the local
^h   'MU'' '   & !���:. railway bill In the Home of Com-'. ladies appointed at the previous meet-
&  l'u,  nn  be . . , I . , , ,   .
^^^^^^^^^^^mh_______ ���""'   " <>ne ol   the hardest ; um could  attend.
haT ' ' open,n"   tattle, ever fought   ther* to get thel    The council  resolved  to  memorial-
r,p,,' Nanaimo streel between Twelfth | bU|   ., .gh    The  s,.vwi   ^.^ ^L      ^ ..   (.   __,....,. ���..,.,.,,.. ,..,.etlns
l_;mhla members were for a free trade at Revelstoke In favor of commercial
���olicj in le-.'.-ii.i to railways, but the classes at the high schools, which they
r.   P.   R,  K's  very  Btrongly opposed lar.  anxious to see Inaugurated.
:,.  a.i. t net   line coming  up and I ri ���.!
hard to preveni James .1   Hill getting | GOLD   STRIKE  AT
Into  the country.     With   one or  two v-mc vt_-.    r.^.T
inv ivit   v tRr   RICH
,.  .,1.111.-     tb.-    Conservative    partyi 	
fouehi   the bill   ami   ii; d  io   prevent      Nome    11, ���    to     w,,,-i
i a., nn .   tn ,.    i_._���\\nid      has t"i
assag.   by even   poaHtde means;   broughl  to  Nomi   In conflrmatio     of
,,   thai    [JttTtj   bad   bad   its   way   i.iere   u    |nrtlcatIns   ,���.      ,������   I|)t.   jU���jL_sl
woul<1  i'*'''     """  "�� mttv**  runnin8 Placer strikes ever made in Nome dis*
through Cloverdale.   J,  was only after ,trjct,   The flnd wag recent)j  mad
���-'������-'���    -Hflculty    thai   they  managed   y���,;���w .lac.kll rhj||1   ,n !h<, ne,ghbor.
^   to gel  the bill through.    He (Mr. Jar- j ,���������,    ,������ Capta,n     ,,    w   .lojlnsUm-s
,   ..   i'linei   was  also  Intimately  conne.:ted ' i,,.1.11.,~���n ,hil., ,,.,,.,     ...        ,
 .      irh  eiiiiiiitb   ��� , .,,.        , ,    i ll(lltllu.-s i n Hind  be.icb.     I wn miners,
, British subject and of the;,.,. ���,���������,., |() he |n [with the CiillUwack airline that would | Peterson and Hall, run into rich dirt.
.ime
Union Jack
and    riiirieenili   sir.-eis.   aud   for   the
la .it-- of a  plank sidewalk on  same.
The   Kiard   of  works was  empowere_l;
in .... .
Lulu    Island   Br.dge.
;i reference to the ad'< i tisem uu
,������   ��� iders for the substrurl in e ol
I Island   bridge,   ii   was  resolved
t.. . ��� -1 tit* them in the local papers,
ami ihai the clerk should draw up
the eontracl In consultation with the
c3tj   solicitor,     in   this  connection   aj
Section   112   of   the   Public   Schools 1^. wtfl ,.ead |n)m j.-^j^,.,. j   v   u
Aniendiuriii Act, L90B. aays: "In every Wnd(1ell, asking for a date wh.n the
tiiy Bchool district  any person beingLontraci   would   be  let,    The   councfl
a. householder In  the school  district, lhollL.|U Novembers
;in,i beinga British subject aud of the . p   tenders to be in
Useful   Assistance.
,-ull H ��� L'I years and otherwise, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
quiaUfled by these acts to vole al an |; |k)|,U(V Myers, of RedJands, caii-
electlon of Bchool trustees in the city j.ornjai wrote wiih reference to some
school district, shall ibe eligible to bt" jiiinujiiatius po.t. In use at Los Au-
eQected or to serve as a school tl'ua" gelen which he thought would be n*-"-
lee  in  such  cily disiricl."    In  a Intel   fl]| UI)  Columbia  street.    The .eosl  rau
metlttng over
noon be running through there. Some Qn ge(II  27 th<
y panned
ravel  fioni
III    $aS,
A   big
amendment  the word
substituted for "city."
in a later
���miiiiieipal"   i-s
Japanese   Dead.
A Japanese patient, admitted to the
Royal Columbian hospital yesterday
afternoon, suffering from Interna] In*
ieri. s sustained early In the day. died
:���';;: three o'clock thla morning. 1
EOlt each. The lei
ter was referred lo the Light committee, with lh:ui.ks,lo Mr. Myers for Ills
Investigations, In view of any early
Improvements to Columbia street In
double tracking.
Water   Waste.
am. niian Henley rend the reporl of
the  board  of Works    li  contained a
(Continned ou   Page   Seven.
years ago some people iron, the other;the faee of ,���(, ,���.���.,  whk.h wenJ
side. Boughi  and obtained  powers to|jl6| m .������, $|s to ,���,. pan
flyke a  vjwi  area at   Sumas, and in  ,,<,.,,. ol ,,,,., ,8 ,��� ���,..,., slgh)
connection  with this undertaking his'	
(Mr.   Jardine's)   advice   was   sought.'
The company that obtained the powers   iH'l   hot,  however,  carry  out  the
work, Then the B, C, Electric Co. Winnipeg, Oct. 12.���His Excellency
came along and bough, the gran, the ,,,,,., Qrey nl,.iv,1() ,.rom t)u, wea) ym
company had secured A number of j ,���,.���.... ,������, ,��� g gWB{ .|( governm8nt
people at  Sumas Prairie  and   Lower|house     |n  tM(. .,,���,���,.������������  h
EARL  GREY  REACHED
WINNIPEG YESTERDAY
Sumas  wen- Btrongly opposed to the
       visited
the agricultural college, and later was
dyking scheme and desired hlin to op- en.terta.ned at tte Country club golf
pose "     ,lni  *'"*������ '���a,v|'ul ^'O'.si.t.-i-H-, nilks.   His excellency will go to Manii
conclusion that (to>a lake tomorrow morning   tor   a
Of real  help  to) few days' shooting.
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TWO.
THE DAILY MOWS.
AUSTRALIA HOPES TO
BREAK UP JAP TREATY
ROQUEFORT  CHEESE.
Fl
How  thn   Green   Mold   aud   the
Are  Produced.
- A chee.e expert  has th,? following
to say about Roquefort cheese:
"To make Roquefort cheese we mu**t
have tbe proper ran*- material- sheep's
milk. Of course we have sheep h��
America, but show me a Yankee farm*
tr who would go to the trouble of milk-
Commercial Footing on the -m* sheep!   it is even too much for
him to milk cows, and it is the stand*
ard lamentation of all our farmers
that the hoys, even if they stay on the
farm, do not want to do any milking.
Before they do such kind of work they
would rather go to a business school or
a college where they study agriculture,
chemistry, etc.
"How Is Roquefort cheese cured!
alliance as the first step to create al The mold |n the che<,8e lg produced by
white man's Pacific ocean. j moldy breadcrumbs which are ground
Desiring not to embarrass Kngland. i to   a   green   dust   and   mixed   in   the
the Australian officials are not giving! cheese   cur(1*     The   countr-*'   aronniJ
' Roquefort ls very rocky. The lime
���tone rocks are full of crevices and
caves, which draw in the warm air ln
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Commonwealth Determined
to Refuse Brown Men a
Island at All Hazards.
Melbourne, Oct. 12.- If the entire
political pressure of Australasia is
sufficient, the treaty binding Kngland
and .lapan will not survive. Political
Australia is determined to break the
Liberal
T"ESDAY. 0CT
i)! lanaGian
Regulations.
fl bla, ma;
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0
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Meeting
any official voice to the sentiment, but
it is the belief of careful observers
here that the treaty cannot last more
than a few years.
The feelings manifested duriug the
visit of the American fleet hero and a
series of inspired articles during the
past week in the- press throughout the
Commonwealth have aroused interest
Iin thU subject anew iu diplomatic
circles.
In an interview today a man who is
recognized as one,of the moulders of
Australia's destiny, a man in a high
official position, who prefers to have
his name unmentioned, gave ihe following explanation of the situation:
"The defensive and offensive alliance between Kngland and Japan affects in reality only Manchuria and
India, and is directed entirely against
Russia. Kngland is committed io assist Japan agaitist the invasion of
Manchuria and Japan has agreed to
aid Britain in repelling an invasion of
India. The only possible invader of
either country is Russia.
���'The alliance has .been received
with an outburst of popular disapproval iu Australia, where the people
are even more Anti-Asiatic than on
the Pacific coast. We have drastic
Asiatic exclusion laws and a tariff
practically cutting off Japan and
China from competing with our home
industries. This Is where the clash
will originate.
"Soon Korea and Manchuria, which
have been exploited for the benefit of
the Japanese manufacturers, will have
been exhausted and Japan will seek a
mark, t in Australia.
"We will deny commercial entrance
to Japan and she will appeal to England for i oercive assistance,
England will not dare to attempl
coercion and Japan will retaliate
through a boycott or a tariff agalnsl
British goods and this wlll result in a
rupture.
The    English    statesmen expect    a
rupture before  the expiration of the
���:������ sent  treaty and  We think    that    a
al  is inevitable within a fev years."
summer, give it out ln winter, and view |
��ersa.
"These caves have beeu provided by
nature and Improved by cellars that
have been built in such a way that
these  natural current),  of warm  and
cold   air  pass   through   them,   where
Roquefort cheese Is cured.   This is the j
way that Roquefort cheese Is ripened ;
and gets Its peculiar flavor and character.   It ls all very well for tbe sc!-
entlsts io study tbe chemical process i
which the cheese Is undergoing, but to I
produce this  process  ln  an  artificial I
way  is  another question.    Nature  li
the best chemist. ;
"The    manufacture    of    Roquefort
cheese has been tried in _\nierica, but
the manufacturers did not make much J
of  a  success.    Nobody  manufacture!
Roquefort In .America at present.   We
know of one manufacturer who tried te
make Roquefort cheese of goats' milk.
He boested especially that he would I
nse only the milk of 'Imported' goata.
Just think of the Idea!   Imported goats j i
grazing  on   American   pastures   were
expected to give better flavored milk
than domestic goats.   It is tbe climate,
the special soil, atmospheric Influences,
etc., which produce the flne fragrant I ]
ems*.   The milk of the cows or goats j
or sheep ls naturally the product of
tho grass they are eating, the water ]
tbey are drinking, and neither this ner
the climate nor the country can be Imported  to aimerlca���only  the product
Which the climate or country produces. |
That   Is   why   neither   the   American
Camembert nor Roquefort ever has the
flavor or fragrance of the Imported ar
tide in spite of all the imported gonti
or imported cattle or even of import**
���s-lcrobee."���Chicago Record-Herald
will be held
at
thi
any male over I j
extent, of   I
acres, mote
Entry musl       m I.
the local land
,:
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to Ui
oi;,. I
: '-*-". at I
r the a tr|,,
which the lat, i ia B mate.  EWt, 1
proxy may, however, be made   '
on cet-
���"--ier, motber
the Opera House.
New Westminster.
tain conditions
���on. daughter, brother or ��uteroN
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to J
form the conditions connected .teJ
with    under    cue   0[ ^
plans:
(1)
loliowm
At leasi   '. iuij;it.Dc
��_-,iewl
on
Friday, Oct*
at 8 p* m.
16 th
THE LATE ISAAC HOCD.
The late Isaac Hood, tne victim
a fatality at Nanoose bay. near
Nanaimo on Tuesday last, Oct. 7,
whose remains were interred on Saturday, was a bridge carpenter by
trade and a native of Bay Roberts,
Newfoundland, where he was bom in
1884. The manner in wiiich he came
to bis death is still a mystery and a
brother of the victim has gone to Investigate the circumstances attending
the  fatality.      The    deceased    leaves
three   ,-rothers and two sisters: J.  J.
Hood and Mrs. Walter Bally, of Ninth
streel;   William   Hood,    of    Toronto;
llenr    !!'('.I* of Bangor, Maine;  Mrs.
Henrj   Cave, of Bay    Roberts,    Mid.
Th..   funeral,   which  was    held    from
mdertaklng  parlors, was  eon-1
.: . ;ted by 1.. 0, L. L150, of which the
.. . .- | ,'..ir- a member, and the ser-
- ������ e conducted by Rev. C. W,
Houghton. The pall-bearers were E.
��� i rcer, A. .1. Daw, .1. Crane. 11. 1'ar-
-  a-.  ',',    M. rcer, and R, Hood.    The
' ' iwlng wer.. ihe floral emblems:
Wreathes, The Family, L. 0, L, 1150,
Misses B.-lle and Lily Hood, Mr and
Mrs. Robert Hamilton; Bprays, Miss
K. Smith. Mi*, and Mrs. S. Haw. jr..
Mr, and Mrs. J, Mosdell, Mr, and Mrs.
r. Earle; cross, Mr. and Mrs. 1.
Willie and Ethel Hkmp-
Torkt-r-i   Way   ��<   llaUlnv   n��Trnn.
The land In all Turkey nm\ her do
pendencies belongs to the reigning su.
tan and is only occupied at his will. [���
Is divided among those who wish to
cultivate lt tit ,i nomlial *������������: al of onr*-
flftli of the produce, which goesdlreci
ly to the crown. Three-fifths more art
VU:en from the lessee on other pre
��oxts, all for the maintenance of the
Serernrnent, the pasha in eaeh district
Iwvlng the authority to lease tin
ground and collect the taxes, whicli
a may be In klur1 or money. If crops si rr
.. short, they take four fifth!, of all th*
man bas in animals and even in household utensils, sometimes all his posses
���ions, to make up the deficiency which
��� Providence has withheld. Everything
ut-i that can produce, be It a tree. beas*.
fowl, worm or the labor ot a man and
his family, is subject to the four-fifths
tax. Those who toil at any labor or
trade other than agriculture are taxed
also pro rata according to their wages
���nd must pay or go tw prison.���Pear
son's Weekly,
SPEAKERS:
Hon. W. Templeman, Minister of Inland Revenue
W. W. B* Mclnnes, Liberal Candidate for
P Vancouver city
I Robert Jardine, Liberal Candidate
I ALL ARE WELCOME
'      -������.   _'��---'\ ������.,..#._....#���* ^.t^':;']:*-**;^ :������-:���������'���������-    ���*���     ���**. ���������     ���*'     ���*��� ���'������������-,   ���**     ���������  ''      ���*���     '������     ���*���     ������'     ���������     ���������    ���   '.-*���.]'������*���     ���*���    :���*���.    ������*���":
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upon and <-: tivatlon ol the Ui
each  year tor three years,
(2) If the father (or mother,��,
father ls deceased),   of the \m\
steader resides upos a (arm in J
vicinity of the land entered io:
:0 | requirements as to residence mijll
'-** l satisfied by such person residing m
the father or mother.
(3) It the settler hai hi_ pemffl
ent residence upon farming land oil
ed by him iu the viclnltj o: hi-honJ
stead, the requirements a. .,or(J
deuce may be satisfied by reai-ln��|
upon the said land.
Six months- notice ia wriaagmod
be given to the Commissioner ot Don
| inion Lands at Ottawa ot tntenUoti
j apply for patent
COAL.���Coal mining rights ait'J
j leased for a period of twenty-onem
'at an annual rental of $1 p:va
| Not more than 2560 acres I
leased to one Individual or crawl
j A royalty at the rate of five ceiti��
| ton shall be collected m the _4
chantable coal mtneil,
W, W, CORT I
Deputy of the Minister it��ieln_B
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Vri.lsh Columbia Coast Lin*
Service.
UP RIVER.
Seaver���
From    New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
ind Saturday.
���ynopsis     of    Canad..in    NoHMWfll
Homestead   Reguiatwa
Anj   even a '���'. '���'���'I
,:',...;:    lands; "-'-I
Saturday,  via   steamei    iwan and Alb        ..���-..'_-.���'
.1. C, Hini-.     i Steve      uot n ser; _��� I, ma ������ \
Bott to nemovr ��� Carat Trr 11.
Espose the com aud pass tbe ting**
_.ps of ycur right hand over it slowly
nnd caressingly, at the same time send
lng a vibration from the bruin to th��
corn. If !t is a soft corn 113 vibration*
per second will suffice; if a hard corn,
put on a forced draft. Repeat slowly,
"I am now sending a current *i
thought force into my corn and so Mp
aratlug. deducing, disintegrating, re��*
derlng, splitting, sundering, splintering, snipping, dwelllcating, wbirtiins:.
dispersing, dislocating, eliding, divorcing,  pulverizing, slashing, slicing and
i dissecting It that presently it will pas*
away.    Repent   It  three   times;   Uien
; with rising Inflection, "Avaunt, a vaunt.
nvauut!" Finish by repeating the password: "The universe is 1111110? I am it'
The corn win at first louk extremely
1 surprised, then wilt nnd fade beautifully from sight.���New Thought.
Hood; harp,
ton.
t Eastern papen
please copy.)
A   Moe   lllilln.(l.>n.
A well known AtUntan has a wit*
���vlth a sharp tongue, Jones had com<
home about '?. in the morning rather
the worse off for u few highballs. At
soon na he opened tbe door his wife,
vho was waiting for hlm in the accu_h
tonied place at ihe top of the stairs,
where she could watch iMs uncertain
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SET   TTL.E
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
10:00  p.m. daily  except Sunda;.
VANCOUVER- V'CTORIA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves  Vancouvei
daily except Sunday  at 10 p.m.
Steame.- Charmer at 1 p.m. daiiy.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily ex-
! cept Tuesday.
VANCOUVER- SEATTLE ROUTE
,    Steamer Princess   Royal  leaves    9
a.  m. ..aily except Tuesday for Seattle.
On Sundays leaves Vancouver 9 a.m.
for Seattle via Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave VI.-torla tor
'New  Westminster every Tuesday and
jFriday.  when  business offers
Leave, New   Westminster 1 11  Wed"
' nesdaj   ind  S tl nrdaj.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
3 3  Tees
Leavea Vii './ria 11 p.m. 1st. 7th, 14th
and -Oth of e.ich month for Clayoquot,
I Mosquito iir or and way ports;  7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
[Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30  p.m. dally,
except  Sunda;      Lataves  Nanaimo at
I 7 a. m-
1 VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNIQN     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
tor   reservations   and   '.niorniurloi.
all or address
F.IV  OOIJL--T.
Agent   New  Westminster
C. II. FOSTER,
-.jut.  Oen    Pum   Agent,  Vancouver
J. W. TROUP,
ileneral Super!_ut��niieni. victoria.
Mail Service
Westham  I Ian 1  and 8unbury,    dailj
��� tcepi Sun la.. ;  Woodward,   Tui
Thursday   and
Favoui Ite  Cai
ton in ill di ipai .-In d and received    . la
Vancouver. 1
Vancou ������ . ai I PI ioi Siding . t.i G
N. R. north,
l :00- Vancoui er an I Bui nabj la e
via H. c 1 ��� ' trie railway. Saturday
an extra mail is despatched to Vic
tona via Vancouver ;.t this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via ('.. N. H
"Flyer."
i:i*i p.m.���C. P. R. east, Sapperton,
Fi iser Mills and Coquitlam.
.Note.���The two 6:30 a.m. C.  P.  R i
.I-"'!.-. *l
Following are the hours of despatch malls, south and east, take mail tor
and arrival of mails at the New West-j all points from New W'estminstei
minster post office, the hour given iti | east (including Langley and district
each  case   being  the hour  of  closing,
CARDINAL DEL VAL
IS
IN   DISFAVOR
Rom ,, Oct.
���i-it ( ardlnal
��� .'  of
12, - Persistent   rumors
1 n-j   in I   Val,    papal
: tate, Is  ia  disfavor In
,. tei    a   i'n  Vatican, a
nl In laj offlcllal clrch s.   Tin
nal Is tilled with a well d flni I
tl. 1 ���
miss
��� c'.ir-
Quln-
rumor
the pope h;e, been aske I to dls-
hlm  and -hat the Roman Catho-
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a tu ��� ar-
ascent, started upbraiding him for nis;  .       ..    ���,_     . '
,    .    , _..,_.      .     _.   .   rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
conduct.   J ones went to bed and whe��
he wns almost asleep could hear bet I     L,eaves  N",almu Saturday 2 p. m-;
still  scolding  him   unmercifully.    H# arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
dropped oft to sleep and awoke after ��� I    S.S. Queen  '���'<���:���   leavi    Vancouver
couple of hours, only to hpar his wife 1 7  p.m.   Sunday;   arrives   N'analmo   11
li. 111.
remark. "I hope all the women don't
have to put up with such conduct a�� ,rr
this."    "Annie,"  said  Jones,  "are  yo* I R,VERS INLET,_VAN ANDA, LUND,
talking  agatu or vet'/"���Kansas  City
BUr.
;. dlgnitaried are quietly discussing
the ; >ab1 choice of his successor,
Ca 'lv. 'I RampolH, the lato pope's s-3C-
,.,..,.. of state, although he Is not on
over friendly tenn.-. with Pius, la the.
slum t.M candidate for the post, ae-
coi dia- to general impression
Che Pernicious Salt Habit,
Dr. H. W. Wiley makes the very
ntiportant announcenient in connection with his official health statistics that we are now using 2'J per | morning
cent more salt than we were twenty-
live years a;:o.    He also says that
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Trom Victoria 8 p.pi, every Weflnea*
day, from Vancouver 10 a.m, following daj   tor above  and  lm -mediate
points.    Returning 10 Vancouver Sunday    afternoon;     Victoria     Monday
ria  Ladysml .1
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
wc are  linvini;  SO  per cent
kl(.t)-*'V .lj��.i'..6'.a recently.
more I    Leaves Vancouver 2nd
I every month at % p.m.
and  16th of
which is half an hour, as a rule, he-
tore the actual despatch. All malls,
unless otherwise stated, an; despatched and received daily except Sunday.j
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday tire the C. P. It. soutll
and ('. P. R. east malls, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
.Mills and Coquitlam,
Mails  Despatched.
ft:00 a. in. (closed ru eleven o'cloci
the previous night) Vancouver v .��
(i.  N.   R,  "Owl."
ii::;"   a.m,-���Vancouver   an I   (exc<
Tuesday) Victoria, via  ii. C   Electric
rai!\\ ay.
���Sumas and Seattle. Including all U.\
S.   points  east  and  south,  ami   points
between New Westminster and Huntingdon, H.i'.. via ('.  P,  R. south;  also,
(_'. P. it. east. Sapperton, and    Fraser
Mills.
8:30 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U, S. points east and south;
also all points between New Wesimin*
ster and   Blaine,   via (I.  N.   R.
Note.���Cloverdale and distrlcl (('lover Valley. Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hazel
mere, I'ori Kells, Halls Prairie ant]
Nicomekl despatched daily except Sunday; Clayton. Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
and Hon Accord, Wednesday and Sat-
urduy. These malls are all received
same days as despatched.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, Via B. C. Electric railway.
12:110 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
berland and South Westminster, b)
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
2:30    p.m���Ladner,    Port    .J'lielioa,
via Port Haney.i The 4:1.. p.m. C. P.
R. despatch omits all Lower Eraser
points east of t'oqtililam except Pit:
Meadows, Port Haney. Port Hammond,
Webster's Coiners. Mission City.
Agassi/, and Harrison Hot Springs.
Malls for Port Moody and Barnet goes
both via Vancouver and C, P, R. mails.
any pei ion    . :l
family, or anj      1 -'-I
age, to th      > ��� ���       -'I
tiun ol  . 10 .: r - ���' ������
Applii ati .a   :     entrj   muH
made   in  pei bod        tli   .., ��� ���-
t Dominion Lau Is Ageo      * i3!
igency  tor the �� '* :'->l
land Is Situate     1  . -"-'
However,   be  m  li   it ja
certain condition: lo the lathe; n*l
er, sou. daughter, brother or ��H T
an Intending b"��i"3i"'*U!''
The homesteader Is rejulreil ��fl|
form the homes ead duties uiihtf I
of th.- i'>! owing plans'
ill At leas ���������*> tnonths' n-*'***!
jpon and tiultivation ot tbe mill
each year tot three i**-ir=-
(2;    a Homesteader ma.v.
���equired W'l
on  H^l
hlm, ^-^l
:.<*!
Mails   Received.
Blaine and   Seattle,
points
r. s.
...��� 0. N. it.
,' islres, iierform the
dence   duties   by   livin
iand owned  Boiely '���>���
than elghtj   (80) acres in a*-*|
the viclnltj  ol  hi   homestead
ownership in land will not m��-
1 requiremi at ;,*
(3)     If the :..:l.er ' >��� '^^
'.father Is deceased) ol .1 -��� ���'���'J
n.is permanent residence on ������ J
land owned U ":���' h ' !J
than elghtj
Ithe viclnltj ol the k
i    nl red I
bim. 0
...     ,.!���.
-tead. or*
���n  a homes     I        "' '""J
in the vi.in
perform hla own res - _
>\: 15 a.m
' hiding all
���. '" tn 10:00 a.ni.   Straw boi,;   Hill,
. u iberlan I   and  South   Wi Btmlnsti
��� ourlei 1 1 ler-d ty and Fridaj 1,
8 :������ a.m     Vam ouver and  Vii torlc.,
via  B, (.'.  Electric railway.
9:30 a.in.    Vancouver, via (I. N. R
10:00  to   11:00  aJn.���Ladner,   Pori
Oulchon, Westham Island and  (Tues
day,   Thursdaj   and Saturday)   Wood
ward, via Bteamer Favourite. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.) (5)   ..\  bomestes
10:80 to 11:00 a.m.���C, P. R.   east, perform  his res!
Sapperton,  Fraser Mills and    Coquit-  cordanci
lam. I with
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Centra]  Park  ed by
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���-East Burnaby, by courh
2:30 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier,    be given to
3:30 p.m.���Blaine  and  Seattle,    in-! minion I."1'1'
eluding all U, S. points; also .all point,- I to api I
between Blaine and New W< st minster,!
via O. N. R.    (See not., above as to Deputy
B_Unauttwri*fl(
dnties
mother)-
living with the father  ��-    -
14)    Tnoterm-viciniU  ��    J
preceding  ' '   ~ '' .��� 'r,;..--i
meaning not more than nine   ^
a direct line, exclusive n       ^
of road  allowances crossea
measurement. m
(��)   A  home8tead'' iile.
while
I
t5"i
lllilll
with theawve ���.
parents or on f3rn^a^
r"r,,3d,striei��-r,
the Comtn^J
Six months' notice
,, Com:
il Ottav
W.
r0SV   Ml
the'^1
days
N.
e as t
on  which these mails are  despatched  and   received. 1 ' this
4:1a p.m..���Vancouver via ���!. N. R- toT-
"flyer."
fi:20���Vancouver and Victoria,    via
B. C. Electric railway.
0:30 p.m.���Sumas and   Seattle,   in-1
eluding all U. S. points and points between Huntingdon and New Westmin- j    j h E
ster, via C. P. R, south; also C. P. R.'
east and Fraser Mills. 1        If You've
itent
of the Minister^
tf
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THE PAT/.V NEWS.
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AKADA, AND IS TBE ' .,�����;. BEST
3WAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
-��� - ��� -mmimwvsi''-''
Gentle   Appreciation.
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.th's Sodas - 25c per tin
erving Peaches., SI crate
m Jars. 1-2 gals, SI.35doz
ly Jars,     -      -    50c doz
those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75
Providence and the Wise.
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RESERVE       111,000.000.00
Ij .   ������; Canada and Newfoundland, and  in   London,
hicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico Citj      A
era ag  Business  Transac c>d.
(ttt-s of Credit issued, available will, correspondents in aii parts of thc
Lings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards
est allowed at 3 per Cent,  per  annum   (pre-sent rate)  ad  ed
four times a year.
Hal Assets i ver $1G8,000,000.00.
vv.   WESTMINSTER BRANQ H g   o.  BRYMNER, M_ii**e-
Phone97.
& DEANS
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
E?m
Easterbrook Milling Company
Eburne,   B. C,
How to Save
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ivoiI wastei,
Do It Now
NnUnHflMHMfil
uUH   depositors     ...   ���
terest on  their SAVINGS  ACCOUNTS every three mi     I
March 31st, June 30th, Sep
ber 30th,  Decembi i   Slat.    1
red Ink Interest enti les thai you
si e  put   down   In   ;    u
bank-book  will  striki very
ph asantlv  Indeed.
HOME   SAVINGS BANKS, in large, medium an I small
.- nishi I ��� .n application.
Tht
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Capita! and ReMarV*i incorporated 7otal A**MetB
$8,290,000 ,669 $47,400,000
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
I i'i IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      F.  B.  LYLE*   Mgr.
'ennsylvania
llacksmiths'
COAL
��� ���   ���������    .-   ...  ���-���-.   ...       ...;  ..    ,.   ...    ..    g
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wa.
hook  thi '    te
ti'in      ��� Di le-ii
one   dryi
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and
The  Great   Silence.
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ali*  fo
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i    . .   pe io irler in his add
' ���:'   ��� n th.   .���
I  ���      Thi
,,, ,        -.,.,   they have   h Hudson
.    ;re govi
...
are i        \ anj  humoi       m o immediately construe; a
v.   nraent Is as stroi ' ���' nt wo
.,. ,     |      ,. ....
... ��� nmeat owners!
was   ai .
the atf-a       if the'' also indl<
..���  - .      pari!    .     -.
gi    Hi
  Bul   wl     ���    I ��� lord.
���  , ....
., . ���.'.  ���,.'������       om hi
the cam     I n, Mr, Bi rden
, ... e.  no small si andals
t   iiis   opponents   and
��� gi aft    and "corruption," to    -.-:���.'.    a
.,       ,.     rue iv.   poi - y   for
ibuilding of th"  Dominic i   is  a
whole, and  weciern  Canada  in parti-
Laurier or Chaos.
. .   ���.. Ith   the    announi e
ade   by   the   Lea
.', ie re   in  thi s    issm
the   political   situation
��� \   - in tb   various pro-
the Dominion. Sum
Ion as   si t forth in
. ���     dei     tches, but  one conclusion
such  as  the   Hudson  baj   pro-
��� t, \ Iz . iini from oil' , ,,      ,    ,
i i"     -.   tar as   Mr.  Bor len is    i
;        nion to th" other the ,,, ,
....     .: ..     t-   to   issume   ���������nal
ol   -'     Will rid   Laurisr   win i
,  :il     .        on this g   at n    is
.... ��� ; ������     . -    ial ������ an   las 'Grand .. , .        ....
m tin .     ind
i       Man" v        ���   ..,,!    ... , to "flni   i .     ,
luiioi tei westi rn   province,
najoritv of certali .   .       ...       , ,
Lauru r ��� , otl'cv Is   cleai    ana
' '    '���'���    will build .h" road    -.:
ndi'     '      ' ' ���'      " did       , -   del ���      ,       ������
ce. s ol       -      ature.    T.iat  this sh. . .....
.-, -.-��� . :i |i   .- :   :,������������
I ind  ������   n now,
��� .    .. all' ll ,    .        ,.
Kit-   ,��� > himself
open hosiilii    on the pi
-
;.    ones, ion .'���   Laurh
a   Leader.
Just  a  Contr.si.
Thi   con       t betwi       ���'������      pr
��� .i-    nmen    ind   h     -     r-ding one i  j
epitomized In thi   cent,   i In   Iran Ion
-, voici i bi    represei
nts.��� !,.    na  Li ader,
Laurier.  the   Man.
Thei.   its ti .. li *;t"' Is I ��� roic   a the
Man. ���, , 0( sir \v ill    1 La
Mr. Sifton Is offering        i  -   ���   tic     ,:x    ,... n tuloring ,,.. ; diacipling  hlm
. || i.is whole life lonj, evi    clim tne
Family  trade  a   specialty.
fei. 113, Office   Eight streel
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
ILL
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A. Jam...   J. MeClugh.n
BCST   QUALITY
BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
��� <>. .'.ox    145 'Phone   105.
Ml STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  - NEW WESTMINSTER
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
. . ,��JtK.,(vi_r' AHK N0W 0N 8ALB AT
PLIJrVltjIvNij M    MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
ii thai riding, and is- opposed 1 ;.  Hon
T. M,  Dali. ministi i   ol    he    inti rioi
fi-om  1892 to 1896
Sifton anil Dali '    Piogn      and i'i
j Km : Sifton Inspired tin  policy whl th
litis pi ople the Canadian wi .-t.    Daly
| sai ��;ili folded hands while the Cana
iiitin wesi stagnated for want of   in
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust BM -
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN. F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
���THE  FAIR,"   Columbia   Street.
up iu a greater greatness as the years
come io him. Not of our race, but
with our finest aspirations, hc has
more accurately than most of ns read
the signs in the upward |.aih that God
gave the British peoples to tread in
both  hemispheres.    He looked  round
telllgeni  effort   to attract   population.)^ WQm ,|nd gaw :h(. whoie empli
Under   Sifton,   lhe  main  Btream   of
Never posing, never Beeklng *.o thrust
|��. O Hex   174.        Tel.  53.        Res.  4L-.
Estimates   Submitted.
m ____���!! BTB"J*
a.Wt
e*?riR3
.. ti v,.j�� li 2
st minster
fgmvs
d. t. Mills, lm
an
JOHN   RFiD.   Proprietor.
;   n if.ie-urers  or
Westminster
Transfer Co.
��� n.ce 'Phone 18_>.      Barn 'PImhi  18.
Ci Uitnhi'i   Street
Baggage    li II .< red    promptti    i
ans   part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Haultirfi
OTFICE���TRAM   DEPT '
I       Vroucjlit    iron   Gates,   l-enccs,   Cree(	
! ings,   Bslcony   Railings,  an I
Fi.-e    Escapes.
General Machine Work ami * E>argait\S
BLACrvSiVTilTHING r'
Office  and   Works:
...alii Street,   -   New Westmin:;
rading Company
���    NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Uanuracfurerj and Deater* in  All Kind*  ot
l-U-iTiber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,    Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fi-ih and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
lFarmers"attention! | ������;-���.
Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Elock. New WestmlnBtsr, B C
Every Day
ster |Af Morey's
5   40 .ptece Tea  Sato, English CM*
:
J. New some & Sons
Painters and  Decorators
Estimates on All Work (liven
it '
Citv Branch, Columbia St.
f*B<
na,   $4.50  to   $70.00.
10 piece Toilet   Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NRW  things   in  China arriviag
��very week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
amWmm*U*m*am**a*****atmiKJS'
i3BB
Immigration from Ihi British l8,eS! hjm8eit tQ the front, but alwaj-s faclls
was diverted to the shores of Canad-i.j 1)Pincep8| taklng the hlgj, piaces which
and has flowed in an increasing ������'->��������� asBigned to him, but in a simple,
nine. Undei Daly, Immigration of :"j,.lli(,, manner and with a gentlt win-
kinds dwindled into vlrttiilly nothing, j nJng courte8y- chivalrous, too, the
Under Sifton, .-ten's of thousands. gor( Q) m.n) ...,U) W0���](I Hght tor his
,,( ruitei siuies farmer.-, have crossed , ,.,���������,.,   ���,   ������. Ule hum\>lesi man  In
"lit, with equal ardor. Never forgetting
lhe Btipreme duties of manhood; withstanding his church when he believed
li, .mis right, but with respectful trent.
bom of his faith In her and ol hi-
iuve ror h.-r. Loving his dear old
Franci. too, :������ o man woul I lovi hi.
.,. ,,���(,..,.,,,,, never foi getting his
own   i.i'  hi .    Canada.     .   lead i     n I
oi  .n. n   oi all m n,   even    his
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But Lau ml
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I ven us. Thi       ���      Ci .   ��� ho,
��� we   Feai,   is   n ifl Icli I I Ij    remem*
I  ni our ci ���     Strong and  b   ivi
��� e-.t'tii and s   ird      n   h . not     ������  ���  ile,
true,  always  to be depended  on.
We s mil  ne\er forget  the lesson    in
tolerance  thai  Qeorge Brown  gave to
ii   young   Liberal   wim   was   rejoicing
. over-much    In    Cartiei      .1. feat    in
Montreal:   how  Brown, dropping Into
his own loved Scottish tongue, said:
"Laddie, laddie, you dlnna under-tan'
I Cartler; lie's a man In n ti thousand;
wh.n h" gles you his word  you can
take It."
Ves. there were giants in Cartier'a
daj ���-; there are giants now. and -here
PUREST, STROMfiEST, BEST.
(ontiln no Atom, tjirnmb, limt, F_B|M_h * W Iflu'Wit
E.W.GILLETT gfffrSfi
TOWONTO.OKT.
Tenders Wanted
Scaled lenders will he received to
noon, October loth, for supply of
satvn and hewn fir ties for Nciv West-
iiiin:.-r��'r-Chllliwack Railway, Cloverdale to Abbotsford, also Abbotsford to
Chllliwaclc.
Specification^ can be procured from
Local Manager. Xew West mi lister, or
my office*
.'��� 12.
New We��txninBter
ilways will be    Victoria Times
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P.-VGE FOUR.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily .N'ews Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets.  N'ew  Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
ClLNIONjlLfeffD
-*_*���_.   *'-*���*''  ......V
organizer  in  1900,  is   to  oppose   Mr.
1 H. B. Ames in Montreal: und Mr.
Melzear Avery, who was Conservative
M. P. for Frontenac In the recently
dissolved House, is out as an "Independent Liberal." The most of Con-"
servative.. in this constituency who
think the prosperous condition at this
time does not   warrant  a  change,  will
; add to the incoming tide of popular
approval of the Liberal government.
SUPREME COURT CHAMBERS
BEFORE JUDGE HOWAY
The Edison Theatre      choice Mea"al
Central Meat Market
TUESDAY,  OCTOBER  13,  1903
The Tories Seem to lie of the same
 brand all over  the Dominion.    Mr. O.
���   -- - ������*  H.  Cowan     is   charged  openlj    wiih
DO   AlOT   FORGET. Lgarbllng a newspaper attack  on    Mr.
Do noi forget that tue Columbian's j Mclnnes,   the   Liberal   candidate    ln
Lane vs. Cochrane:    For service
juris.   Application adjourned,    w. l
Hansford for plainttlff,
Bartlett vs. Taieishi:  Application ' >
sei aside judgment adjourned till 0
n;    j   p. Hampton Bole for iilaintiu
and W. M. Griffin for defendant.
In   ,. Eliza Kent Muniie:    Order : - '	
letter- of administration granted    ":'
flling affadavtt of death.   J. K. Gram   4��-f'l"I"I"l"!"l-"I'*!"I"l"l��l.iI..^.^.4.   .J.^-^.^��H~^-W*���
[or executors. ^
In re Dlfends;    Order for leiiersot
administration.    J.    D.  Kenned)
executors.
Corner Columbia  _ind  Begbie. 	
���Ugh Class Moving   Pictures,   in,is- Corner EIghth St. and    Fifth Avenue
ited Songs,   Program changed Mon- PHONE 370.
'l
,\ ,-.Inesday and  Friday. BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietor*.
. uesd
*y_oc.. i3fh
Joseph and Wi
A'
Get the Habit
Jeff
luiaa, W.
null
ersoJ
���
sneer ahout the new Government
dredge as "the German mud-slinger,"
is only its way of expressing its sor-
Vancouver, and the facts prove -.ne
charge. Now the. Ottawa Citizen is
clearly proven to have cut out of the
row that New  Westminster is  to  be I official  report  of a deputation  which I
made the greatest porl of the North
Pacific.
CAN THE TORIES EXPLAIN';
waited upon Sir Wilfrid Laurier. relative to the moral condition of the
Yukon, the letter of instructions given
by  th.-  government,   to   the  Commis-
Tho 'provisions for Improvements j sioner of the Yukon, on May 22
by the government in power, where iaSt> \n which he was required to fully
absolute need is apparent. is consld- enfore the law. Notwithstanding
ercd to be bribery to the electorate these disreputable tactics the country,
benefited by the much needed grants, thanks to the press, will be well In-
The Free Press, of Ottawa, with ia formed as to tile truth und will resent
clear vision from East to West. uasjsuch ,,iiserahly mean actions in the
the following: i playing of the political  game,
"Both   Mr.   Borden   and   Mi*.   Foster! _____________________
have been especlallj denunciatory of
an alleged promise by Mr. Lemieux ut
Berlin thai he would provide a clock
for ihe post office tower there, and
Mr. Foster bus gone so far as to say:
QUAKERS   STRAT   FIGHT J
ON   SPEAKER  CANNON   J
  A
Lawrence, Kan., (Jet. 1^.���The > iar- *i*
-la
ly meting of the. Friends (Quake: i
church of Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Nebraska, in session here witb
1000 members present, has passed a
resolution whereby a petition will be j.
sem to the house of representative! .
asking the members not to elect Jo- .
se-ph O. Cannon speaker on accounl .J-
of his attitude tow
question.    This
able,   as   Cannon   wus   reared   in   the.
Quaker faith.
n   .[ic-hcr on   acoun.   -j.
toward the temperance j 4��
is considered remark- T
LOCAL   NOTES.
	
A meeting of the police, commissioners is cull-ii for this afternoon, it be-
" 'In Kngland such an action would ling understood the social evil will be
earn universal disapprobation, and the the principal subject,
same  standard  should  apply  in   this
country.' I
"The same issues of lhe daily  press 1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
, j tiie promotion of a joint water scheme
Our Lines
CHINA
CROCKERY
GLASSWARE
KITCHEN FURNITURE
ENAMEL WARE
TINWARE
STATIONERY
OFFICE SUPPLIES
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
TOYS
BRUSHES
WHISKS
SOUVENIRS
POST   CARDS
CONFECTIONERY
Special���White "Empire" EnvelopesNo. 7.    2 pkgs. for 5c.
companj    .,   Rlcha '       ���
Sheridan,     classical    ,-'    ""'
1 ���   Cona��dj-_
"The Hi J
Joseph   and   Williai
are the
'"' "'   """ Joseph JoffeRon aad.
Rivals is the father's eraat..        .
Prices  $150, $1.00, 75Ci
Seat-   it   Rj
 ��� I JeJeJ
_��ons_an.l theatrical 3:iccesJ
and 50c I
The Fair
Today  week  the  representatives of
the local municipalities  interested  in
which contained the above expression j
from  Seymour creek, or other source
also published  I  despatch   Irom   Van-1 _^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^______.
n which Mr. C. H. Cowan, the  uortn of Burrard  Inlet,  will  meet  at
; Vancouver to discuss the mat ter fur-
H
couver i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Conservative candidate for that city, is
rei_orted to have just returned from a
visit to the east, where he saw Mr.
Iloid,n and received from the Conservative   leader an   explicit     pledge
__���
Wireless  Record   Broken. "I*
San Francisco, Oct.   12.���A new   I  - J.
cord In wireless telegraphy is claimed 4��
by   the   United   Wireless    Telegraph y
company,  which   from its  station  on S
Russian   Hill  in  this  citj   estaiblishi j Jt.
communication with the Kuhuku sta- **J*
tion   I   H   island  of   Oahu,  of  H I _^^,^^^_^__^^_^_^^^^_^^^^^__^^^^_^^^^_^^^^^^_^^
Hawaiian  group.    The  station at   Kit- ���H-*4*'4*^*wHt*-H'-H-^-^H^H-^H*- 4*"H-:--fW". *H^"f-I"I-"I-"I"M*-
luiku was caught ,at  Clio o'clock this
morning and messages were exchanged until i a. m.
240 Columbia Street, New Westminster
:_:
i
The thirteen cases arising ou: of the
raid  on   the  disorderly   houses came
_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ before tlie magistrate in  the city  po
ll i.at if he is returned to power he will   ,. .,., .  . ,
1 i lice   court   yesterda.   morning,     only
appoitii an independent tribunal to In- L, ,. , .       v��� ���
: three appearing to answer the charge
vi'stigate   British  Columbia's demands I   .   , . .   .,, ��� ...
.of   keening  houses ot   ill-fame,   while
lor  better terms,  nol withstanding the  ..." ,        . . .,
! ten others summoned as inmates, fail-
action of  the   Iuterprovincial   Confer*     , , , ,       ,
i d to put in an appearance and bench
ence and  the  legislation of two   3es- _,.���!���
warrants were issued for their arrest
s,< u>  'IL"' ! The cases of the three  present  were
"This pledge by Mr. Borden to  Mr.     , .,.   ���.       . ,
: adjourned   till   Thursday   at   the   i*e-
Cowan is, if correctly reported, more i ,.,,,,, , ,
���������^^^ ��� quest ot .1. P.  Hampton Hoi--, who ap-
NOTICE
than a bribe to a constituency.    It ls j
a bribe to a whole province at the ex-|
l-ense  of ih" other  provinces  of  the
Dominion, aud ll would be interesting.
poured  for  ihe  defence.     W.   G.   McQuarrie prosecuted.
A   serious   acc.dent   >*as   narrowly
;.,  have   Mr.  Borden  explain  hew  I -   aveited on the  B. C.  E.  R. car  Iin
can justifj  it  while al  the sain- time  ,!���,���,  seven cl-(    (      ,..: ,.... even|ngp
denouncing "bribes" to single constlt-   when  the  motQxa   ...   charge  of   i
uencles. ' car Doun l  for  vancouv:i .'. re   I
Mr. Cowan  is not  In it with  Mr. J.  t0 5mjdenly  app . .,., , ...
I).   Taylor,    with   his   double-tracking. ..,.,. .Q the ,,ow01. !o .lvol(, nlnuing uVer :
The reg-ulat* monthly meeting of the
Westminster Publicity Association
will be held in the hoard of trade
room, City hall, on TUESDAY ev n
ing. Oct. IS. at eight o'clock.
All members of the association ar.
requested to attend. as important
matters ire to be brought up for dls-
u --ion.
W, F. HANSFORD.
Secretarj    Westminster   Puhllcltj   As-
- : ition.
Ifs Up to You
to make some natty little Xnias gifts for those special friends of yours. But before starting at them
let us show \ou our new Iin.- of Fancy Linen-.
such as Fancy Work Hags. Pin Cases, Book Cases.
Shaving Paper Holders. Towel Racks, etc., etc.
Prices    vary   from  25c  to  $1.00.
A. J. BIRTCH, 275 Columbia Street
THE WHITE HOUSE
I Westminster Opera It
Wednesday, Oct. 14
A   Superb.   Sensational, S_ieiitif,|
Surprise.
A   Vl* '  ' - Fir Tj
.Lincoln J. Carter's Special P-odu-��J
The
Flaming|
Arrow
Intro I ii j---|
GENUINE SDIAN   BRASS _;|
Thi otto
: magnli
See  thi F
Dance.
See tin   ' Old Fort I
See the Ge ',:..        ��� I
Big  Special  Cast of Peopit
Popul'.i   Prices���-jOc. ":: and!
ot* the C P. R. from Kamloops to Van-
 ^B|	
a nitin lying iiti.s- I ��� I H I .
couver; ihe rehabilitation of ths \- jusl beyond ,,,., R . , t. ll0tel -,- ,,.
asslz Limited, and the bullJing of a aame of lh.. lndividual who recklessly
raad and bridge over the Fraser from endangered his li:.. could noi >e I tan ���
Matsqui to Agassiz. "] will have it i H(l as h3 Bhuffled oH int0 lh( dark.
done, gentlemen, if you elect me." aess as soon as the car 8t0pped
The mystic wave of the mitt  by thei
| Choice in All Lines of Footwear gj
candidate-edit,>:   is  all  that  is  neces-1    Tonight     A.   T.
Waters.
a   pioneer
i medical missionary of Africa, will give
an interesting and instructive lecture
in the Salvation Arm} barracks, lae
subjects for the evening will lie "How
I Got to Africa." "Pioneer Missionary
Travels," and "Work Amangst the I'u-
sary,  until  Sir  Thomas Shaughne sy
and a few other of Mr. Taylor's subordinates are allowed !'J exercise their
reason.    Mr. J,  D,  Taylor and other
editors will  bs a  long time dead before   a:i\    s.tch   idiotic   premises   will       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
have  a  likelihood of fulfilment     But I tutored Natives of the Interior." etc.
nevertheless they are (tribes, and it is  The travels of Mr. Waters have been)
a wonder the purity Bordenites do not extensive, and  the work  to which be
get next and call for clean politics.      has devoted  his  life and talents has
 been   marked   by  Its  marvelous  suc-
ISSUED   INSTRUCTIONS. j ce3S-
Evidencing the desire of the Liberal
government to pi u   ed without delaj
on  the construction  of a thirtj   fool
chanm I to thi   gull  we reproduce   a
letter  ...inde]   us    .   J.   B.   Kennedy,
ex-M.P., for pu    ca Ioi   from ih" Hon..
.Villi i...  Pugs; ... minister    of  public :
��� ..      o him:
Si   John, N !).. Oct. ������:. 190S.
��� .
.,  plying  iii ..'in.' favor of  th ���  21st
ist, 1 beg ���    thai Instrui tions
g ven to the i hief engin ������ r sora
,  ;,,  i to- ���  the  work    at   the
- -   of the   K-.a-.--r   river   pi IC tede I
with as rapldlj .1- . - isible, an I I ,.'*������-
U is now well under waj
Vou.-  ve...  truly,
WM,   PUGSLEY
jas, ii. Kennedy,
Sapperton, B. C,
ssaa
I at Prices That Defy Competition B
At t.ie residence of J. D, Ati Inson
West Burnabj on Saturday evening.
William North and Miss Nina Jackson, both of Nelson, were united in
the bonds of holy matrimony bj Bhe
Rev. F. A. Mage,.. 0f West End Methodist church. TV>- bride, who was
giv*en away by Mr; Atkinson, was attended by Miss Katfe Atkinson, while
the groom had the sipport of Audrey
Jackson, brother ol the bride. Tfte
young couple '..ii on yesterday morning's rrain tor Nelson where they will
make their home.
i : heries Inspector North yesterdaj
morning  start. .1 on    a   little   crul e
amongst the Japanesei ttsh curers lo
�� 1 ed on the river, of whom there are
ild to be . hlrteen, and from each a
Icense  tee  of $100   will   be c illected
.a  addition   to  wiiich each   boatman
. ngaged In fishing for curers wlll ibe
forced to hold a license, the cost of
H-inna   and   to   Mr.   Thomas   Blrkett.   which  will   bi   $2.50.    Before  any U-
jn h   1  Deer, Alberta, the Tories are cense will  be granted,  however,  the*
.,.     ],;  ii   as a  crime agalnsl     Dr.  Japanese wlll have to become natur-
l���,., .     ;!h, ij eral  candidate, thai  he allzed   British  subjects.      When   ths
"was" an Englishman.   Unfortunately  thirteen hundred odd dollars in  fees
for  tin *.���  campaigners, the   majority  have   been   added   to   the   provincial
of the volf.. of the riding were born  treasury,  Inspector  North will   make
- ..nth of the Tweed and are llkelj  to ,t round of the curers al Nanaimo and
s.nt   ihis insult  as emphatlcallj  a--   jervls Inlet,  who will also be asked
the    "foreign-born"    of  Ottawa   city  1 . pan  with a hundred dollars inch.
v :...,!    polling    da:-     comes.-��� Ottawa ._	
I'.',.,,   Press
CARD   OF   THANKS.
We wish to thank the   many   kind
friends  who  showed  tiieir  sympathy
in  our  sad   bereavement;   also  those
action" still  progresses,    Mr   Henrj   ��*ho ssni  floral tributes.   J. J. Hood
l.'ilb,,  who was  Sir Charles  Tupper'*   and   Mrs.  W.  Dally.
IIOMIMi: Li .i\li!
Westminster
Opera Housi
I'hursday, Oct. 15
George M. C
ii'
93 -file
ffi Honeymooners]
A ik    I e-    "Cert"    football
Our price $3 50 a pair.
The campaign again--, the   'foreign
born" is not  confined  to Hon,  W, ���!���
8
Ask tor ���'. .. HI !, Merit"
���patent le ither 1 hoe I r men.
Our price $4.50  a  ,   I
Ladies'
Vlcl   kid.  Blucher  cut,   with  Cuban
heel, for $3.00 a pair
Gun   nil tal c< ll ��� ?e  cu    bo it *    good
for fall wear, J: .50   1  pair
Rati nl le ither, Blui her cul.  -i
I 1.50  a   pair.
Ask for our $3.50 men's
hoot wii ii leather lining an 1
made trom No. 1 box calf
leather.
Men's
' i.m met il an l . ox ' alf boots, n ��� ;i
heuv.i    ie" for $C.OO and $3.50 a pair.
Box calf hoot  with heavj  sole and
leather lined.   Om   price $3.50 a pair.
Patent leather, Blucher cut and dull
kid top,   Special price $4.50 a pair,
Auk to see this patent I. .1 jTll
ther Bhoe    tor    ladies,    [t's j?S
very Btylish,   Our price $4.00 fcW
  ^
N'-w goods coming In every day.   Ask to see oar new Empress shoes for ladi.
The  Cohs
11 l) I.: "-Maitf
;   N't-       "1 t.
CD    Hone ���   Litt! "���' ���"':!'J
SB*  You," "Then ���   ���*���'v-n
Lh      Sun."    "San   Fran
Home.'      It  : ��� *':" 't"
Ing    - Havi   S01        '   ���'
����       Cohan   Muse.   Cohan  Bcji. C*J
[)*4  Girls, Cohan  Noise, C    in ^r:X
fjh   istles.  Cohanesoue from Be)**]
LM      ._;.,,������   ,.,,    ���:   principal* t*|
Jjj       Prices   25c   50c, 75c. $1*
m
now
kiu
LATE   WITH   J. ����� L"
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I
���',i,i,lleni��1
din
;,:]:���������'
-
U��*.m
Cor.   Sixth and  "m
will me ���
���li'"'- I"!- men
Don't overlook ti
and our Invictus
so extra shoe values for today and tomoirow.
\Y' heard mui ,1 after Colchest ir
\. S,, byi-ciici.ion about the turning
ni the i i le, but th- Conservative "re*
S3   s'6a of "�� Cig Electric Boot
m
'S Big Shoe loose, Ltd. |
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
8��,   English Wate**
JJaJ'r.^  door* from &*    ' ^
Ladles'Gold Wag. 5. J
rits*    Qetitlr-tnena   &�� J
?g fat!e, $6.00. _....,��. rl
New Westminster, B. C.    fll *�����*>��� *7;50 ^e co]ebraied v^
r:*i3   ARcnt for tne t
ai3*&i3i$$
_________________ miver W3'cneS'
Gentlemen's Silver
JT?  Arctic  i:xi>ftI tio>],<.*?**^
\*M    Chains, R'nP9;,n,    cM��el
Watch   r"l'ii
able.
irlng; TUCS��-��
October i:
...oa
THE   DAILY  5 |  -   g
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Ilie Cash Stores I. H. SMITH Tlie Cash Stores   *
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Sweeping
ICity News!
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ANOTHER LOT OF
I Dressers and Stands j
******* ++ m.* ** ������**"������*+������ *���*��� '������*��� *���*��� ���**:
** ** ***** ��
erdaj forj d
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i      - :i]   in    liki
nei  Ion
u':    ;,   . , it.
I
Reductions
in Women's
oats
$8 and $10
Coats for $5
: .. opportunity -.������.���������   .... ...      Coat a
-.:.. . pric      Thii-    Is   a   ma   r. ,���   irers    san
..   workmanship, style and Qnlsh   .- eren more per*
:. on regulai   - ods.   We pun    lsi 11  em  .: 33 1-3 pei
egular price    These coats  come m Engl   b Cheviot,
ind Cohurgh.    Graceful, loose fitting 3-4  length, ripple
u .   flat  ' ollar    - ��� trimmed, et_     0
.    ���   semi-fittini     We have on-* complete rane- at  f"
it $12.50, and another at $r     All sises
t na;tii'iiIwt   |i
will make geolo ictioi   ol  the   depi
**jof i at, o   awa     wh.
be i   h ���     ,t   connection    with      hi
Domii   ti I   be  - -,   left  yesterda
Regim    ���   -.'. ��� ��� nmen   i.i tine -
:   timber agent,
������ ii  points.
.
.
_..-������   of   exclusive
-:. niri.-i,    by   the
**
.   ol   the  hoard
ii   . on    Thursday
lm auy floral work,
I ���  .).- st    Phone 184. *
. .'-��� :   ,,:   -he pre-
111,   but is
_   i am v.i: b to
:   i   composed o1
on     like    the
���   TTl'   '.
.
.
disc rec*
50c each
New Arrivals in the Dress Goods Department
.:...! ii lagnil cen    . ingi   ol   \- ��   S ill
. rron >it       a :inn   Bone   Worsted   effects.
lack  brown   wist green and  navy.   This pai
.-   . i ��� . :     nc li     ��� .    inges In    rice fro
��� ��� .-,   ier :��� ��� u
New Chiffon Broadcloths at $1.50 per
yard
ful Lustrous     '  ���;   . oth, sos ink  and
IS  .:,.   ������--.. fai    sha lings
���*. hile  the
. .  music
^ v< of hogs   are
wack,   and
up rivi .      this c       Vancouver
and \ li torla.
R. F   Green, oi  Victoria,  formerly
.:.  -  ar.d works for
the a guest a   the Rus-
... .in?.
Simon
l-'-.ase: monumeni Include   C  C. Fish-,
t R.   McBride    Hon.   Pi*. '
"i E.  Martin   $1  each.
        ....... i Columbia ph                   -   '. :- at .1. H. Todd -
si    ho isi      \  75c rei   . l  for flfty
cents,    C          ...      as tl      stock re-
-....-��� **
, has eceived
spotted ow I and .. cannon
all I          .       S ' ��� from
.i   H    . Ida
A   I .:>'.���;     ���'! of
he   R    A    a   I    society   v. ill   b< I
with  thi   re-
!
New Range of  Satin   Hats
red  trom  New York   i   .              ig   of Satin Hats * o
Tl   -           ���!               atest i reation In Milllm ry. . *
���      -  to $5.00 ff
_o
T. tl. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears       J J
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nting Boots
M_u - >1
Pheasant shooting opens on
tkc   15th   (next Thursday).
Every sportsman wants to be
prepared.
A j,'Oi>d pair ol Waterproof
Hunting Boot3 is one of the necessities. We have opened today
i special shipment. They are
made ol the only waterproof
leather  (Crcsco   Calf).
See   them   in  our   window to
night.
E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
I of thi    Port   Ham-
Eras In   thi
islng   mill  ma -
ehlni   i
The - mi   fo      tain       I he i  b ite in
it ii nabj  raunli ipalitj on    190S    taxe -
. ilres  ... ���'      ��� .  I . 1908.
Mr. and Mrs \ VV McLeod, of
Third Btreet, are rejoicing in the birth
ol . son. the little sir.in.Lier arriving
earl.. >esterdaj morning. Both mother
.ml child are doing well.
For sale���Seven roomed house,:
bath room, pantries, closets, wood*|
shed: horse stall, carriage house: I
fruit trees; on full lot. For further1
particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
street. ������
Mayor Keary is expected to   com
plete  thi   immediate   work connected
���> ��� ,   :!,���   exhibition  by   tomorrow  or
Thursday, and the office will then be
movi .1 to the city hall.
All de iters handle "B. C." and "Old
Spoi t" cigars, The old n liable
bran*
\V. I'..  lohns on, G   lohnston and G
ii   Perg ison returne I yesterday   from
*,        en Islnnd  after a few da) i i uc
rou ���   shooting, Mr. Ferguson
la    for M -    a i" fore retui n i i
to in- In New Brunswick.
C. Han     '   i '��� ������ i" "-. of the old Arm
of v,    i   ,\ ii;..-.- a.- Co., his retuin< '
,,, the <       al      ;iil absence of somi
and commenced business anew
in  .... . mt ni'  and  auditor,    with
offices in  the Urine block.    Mr. Ham
la well known to many old tlmeri
i' ���   ���   ���    bi   Mi  ���������"'.   Fi 'me ���-   li
recently   completed   i
*        - hi     iprovidftig  pi
ti   member*   o   thi
as   ii ai   either Matsqui cn   A.b-
ir    al the lov   p ici  0   $5.80 pe
For Art class cut bower, poi plains
or bouquets telephone Davis & Sou.
florists    Tel  B208. ������
aeral o     b iar-ol
S.I,..sun ol       '
SCO        ''.:���        - v !���. ..:,,
Pridaj afternoon while
moning as
- -
-
E   I   . ���    had chai-f
.
5 hav.    iean
.   ���<
h< louncil    No  ���
I  :. -���      . :
.. cation
ng thos    ��� -.-��� .- ���-.:   .
terd       ... eading   fl ms
ncinnati.    Anothei ��� v
���  ,-���,   be 'or
... . .   .-.���-
vitted for thi
..-.-. ed oi  '
ing under the Imp
sion ... ������,,... while in-
���-,' > hunting in the De
ta.    '������    .   tb.   ...   -.'���;  part}  sit,
��� - ; charge, the evtdenci
Of ��� ������ reinforced bj
the cl          ...                ,   i line, is f,.
��� .
\ . . he past  thre.
wi , \ .-       Irish setti
\\    ���    Sinclair, and om
tli.-.  city,
ret u - harge of
i        :  . he en
4og in Vancouvi I id been
jports
en wl ���   '  en   i hunting
Rp>       urlng
.... fields
.;  coi
rhe I'm.. ting ��� Westn
Lai    -     club e\c. nl.    wi'
I at 6        -..-.. . . i ning.1
when all accounts owing bj the club
will be passed foi paymenl Ml pei
..'tis having claims ai i this a
". lation are requested {.' send In
their 'bills ,.s early as possible, as no
accounts can be passed 'his *-ear after tonic'.it Other matters of importance will also be dealt with at the
meeting.
It does noi Beem that the Improvi
ments of the Queen's park oval wil
take the thorough-going character anticipated at lit'st. to judiie by a discussion ai the meeting of the Citj
council lasi evening, Although the
matter is still sub rosa, owing to a
committee having ben appolntad con-l
��� im; of  Aid   Johnston, Cray    and
(larrett, with Superintendent of\.
Furness,    Superintendent   of   Waterworks Stott.   and    the   park   rangi
Ralph   Kobonson.     the   Bcheme   n '"���
��� lini ,1   maj    il e   said    Iii   be      te      (111
��� i" holes rathi r than re-turf befoi e
u-lng returns      \n  effort   wlll  "^"
be made to confine the water running
"tn near the Third avenue gate !|   '
. better channel and forming a pond
ir ducks and swans,
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AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S, 8-.OCK, C0LUM8I-. STREET,   NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C
Opposite   Lorne  Street.      Phone 73.
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i
Gordon's Dry Goods House
Latest Styles
Shown in
Ladies' Separate
Skirts
Very smart effects in Ladies' Striped Covert Cloth Costs. Special price
this week     $14.90
Ladies' Plain Covert Cloth Coats.
'with velvet piped collar and cuffs;
very swell effect.    Special price $21.50
Ladies' Plain Broadcloth Coats, in
black, navy, brown, green: newest
styles      ... $12.00 to $25.00
Ladies' Cloth Coats, for opera wear,
shades   green,   crimson,   fawn.     Price
$35.00
Hi oh  Class  Millinery
THE FASHION CENTRE
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500 Baskets
\ Concord Grapes, jj
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\ 50c per Basket
THE
i Public Supply Stores GEOprAoDPAMS
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.        Phone  92.
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McLBSOD   To Mr, and Mrs  A  V.   Mi
I.-'od, of  129 Third  street, on   MOH
dav, (let.  18, a BOD
v&Fi
0*O*O*O*C��>C*K50#C*O40��0*0*O c*o*o*o>*o*q>*oo*q.*o*o*z*o*o
3 lbs. good Butter $1
Pure local Honey 25c
per jar
PHONES 193 and 443
C. A. Welsh
The   People '*
Grocer
���t m  ."v v'_J*-"'     ' ��������� .    ��� "V-V.
���   The Pheasant Season Opens on Oct. 15
when  everybody  and  his  dOg  will   be   out   With        <al   fttdging
from  reports  there  will  ho many  full bag3.
The large number of shooting accldehW tha- have already oc
in: nd this ypar should be a warning to aU hnntera that thej
should have an accident Insurance policy and r can give you 'he
lirst.
I will eive you a policv for |io00 for $5.00 that will paj benefits for all kinds of accidents.
I'hone, write or call ami j will te glad to BU out m application
for you, but if you meet with a mishap, and have nol a policy, do
not blame me.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESD-,
f   QUEER LOVEMAKINQ.
S  r.'rfli   Ai-.rrl<-iiH   I ir.'   Whicb fVI-B*
II*   Hate   by   ',-������ :i- lng.
There ts a b rcl u South America thai
aitoi*. !o\p with its feet, it is a hand-
gome creature, but walks .-!u!ii.sl_y. and
thr only sound it can utter is a hoarae
-.hick, ii dances, however, in a waj
li_.it wins admiration from the females
of ifs rex. though Its unties only serra
cs an inoentive to laughter to humans
heinjrs who see them.
This i ird, known as the cock of U.s.
rnt-.u., lives in the northern mountainous
i orl on of s mth America. It ls alwn--?
th^ slr.e of tt large chicken.
Tko entire bird���body, head wings
*nd mi! is Ldo ul red in color, witb the
exception of the tail feathers, which
have a narrow band of brown acran.<
them near the ends which are tlppe*_
with buff, On tbe beed is a crest of
reathers like a great red ball, whic>
-outracts or expands tit the pleasure of
������> owner.
When the mating season comes sot
wi to ten males seek some secluii*.
.pot .bere there is a level patch ct
ground and clear ir of any stick*
stones or leaves, stamping do.vn th*
flirt till it !�� fer,.d nnd level.
Thea they call the females, wb*t
tfuma at the ed^e. of this novel arena.
i)ue at a thu*/ the males then ��H_rforn��
e uio��t cur'ans dance, Each dancec
will first s*.c-.11 up nnd down a few
��u_e_ and Ihen, to the apparent delipt.
i* the rest, commence io caper around
_q un extremely ludicrous manner,
spreading his tail and wings, puffing
up his crest, bowing to the others and
et ihe same thne keeping up a hoppla*
wait until he Is exhausted,
When all the males have danced each
female frill choose a mate, and th*
hnpuy psir** <iei>*rt io begin ho'i.s��l_>_i-��v.
'irjr-
e_.    BiRD   SUPERSTITIONS.
BKjaaEkas-t-Zxn*
Knowledge Is Fewer!
Find the dealer who handles
x \\ -ISA 'v^:__
-ci-
iti
?^i Sir Hid
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J. ^ iu.AU .   ....
Notice to Builders ^*^���**������^ ����^*^*^.
������    the   "Pr
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label
Brand
anc
UI
you
\Tiere
and
the knowle !gc
at to buy, I hat it; a power
to .i;.. ��� ir liars and bring lasting
sati: faction.
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Likt___:___-s__-__nt,:
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Sold and guaranteed hy
REID & CO., New Westminster
THE STAGE
Wanted -:- lost -:- found
for Sale ���:��� Io Rent -:- Ik
- _ .-.
.NOW ,i  .. J
are  looking
tional ilr.r
took   of   ih-
an 1 ; ti-'.- A
i; agic polii ���
tO   tl    !:!"'" ]
W. Jeffi rson
lar and sue.
Rivals," in v. I ;
Queer Beliefs That Were Held by tine.
Ancient Mariners.
Birds as iiihniiitanis of the air wer*
tuiturally cliosen by the ancient-- as
oracles and ftugurs of future happenings. The sensitiveness to atmoSpn6_>
Ic chnlitres shown by many birds aided
In establishing these notions. The real
Indications often furnished bj- sea
birds of a coming stonn or calm were
doubtless magnified by the anxious, re-
pen-titious sailor.
The custom of hanging tbe sea swallow so thnt the bill may point to the
wind arose from the old time custom
of s usiM-mUni? the lord by the feet expecting it would renew its feathers ai"
if alive.
Divination by the flight or birds was
tt favorite method in tiie olden times.
Sailers watched their flight for indications of prosperous voyages and favoring winds. As they were thought to
fly through the air to heaven, they
easily became messengers of the will
of the gods.
Tbe albatross is believed by Jack tar
to sleep on the winds. It was at one
time thought that the petrel hatched
its eggs under Its wings.
The kingfisher was al one time kept
'n chests to keep away moths.
The flshbawk was esteemed a brln?-
er of g.'od luck; it boded good or evil
e.s its cry was to the rlghr cr lefr.
There waa an old superstition thai
gulls were never seen bleeding. Shooting stars were theu supposed to be the
half digested food of winter gulls.
.....'   ���  ���'���'I1 bt   " ceived by ihe un-
to Wednesday noon, of
r the erecth n of a    two
dwelling    house   on    Twelfth
���  . .1. McNiven, Esq.
specific:    ms    may    be
ffi - .
;.' '��� -��� '������ ���    not   neces-
epted.
C. H. CLOW, Architect
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Pass-
eng'er bervice per
SS.     Favorite
ng fi  Ight  and passengers to
��� I ���-������ ��� a  New  \\'. . tmlnster
... '..    ,':..,tn Island.
...  Brackman-Ker's whaff <   .:���
_   .      p.m., except Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
;     trl]   lh Mon laj... leaving al
. .   .
. .     .'. ��� bi ham 1 lapd 7
.  ��� . ���   !': days   tit   C  a.m .
;,      Idition 8 turd iys,  leaving
The Best
* five   md  ten acre blocks of ���
o
O    ,     " i     i. mi  Chllliwai ..  tram |
��***0��0
upon this hind.    Term    reasonable.
| DominicnTrast Co
THOS. R. PE**;- -  nager
Ic.
���   Rea! Estate, etc.
O ���  i n, * i
C*��O->0->O*0*O*OO*��O*0*O��O*O��C  0*OOK����X v  *_ t\
BEAUTY P[
��� leal    managers
low     foi       . II-:.
: Ial      \. ll. 11      lhe
tilick!,.   m . -    ired
and  the lati
nanufai i ired in-
;.h an I Willis m
. ..- "ii t ',:< Ir popu-
.v....'     with    "The
human heart Is
deliciousb ��� I   and   laughs   an
the ji'H* com hat lead u   fi -:������
scene  to  s,*.. ;, the very  lasi  ait.
Nothing meld cious���nothing pruri-
'ein���nothing "advanced" figures in
this delightt;-., play; it is clean, happy
and wholesomi Local theatregoers
will have an opportunity to witness
the magnificence and multl-phasi I
beauties of the acting of these histrionic artists and will understand
ami appreciate it and have the rave
satisfaction of Knowing that the Jef-
fersons have added to the gladness
and gaiety of the nation without giving the shad of offense to the
purest minded person. The* com.!..
is mounted in eleganl tashion and tn.
supporting ci nipany will be one of the]
best   thai evi i   visited this city- '���
This   classics     ���'*'.    ng   comes  to  the
. ;.<, va housi   '��� inigh!
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:W. C.  CHAMBERLIN tSsj.ni,
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��� Sole At. ni ��� for he   Lxmglni
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WANTED    Girl
for   g.
. ���  Qui
���neral    hous
n's avenii
Two    ;   iii ... ,1  rooms,
ply .; . this off ci .
',. VNTED    Ex]    li ..    : cl< rk in
I     Steveston     Tui -daj  .
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:��� v< ston an I return 50
cents     n   - dl -��'v.
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Applj
\V.-_NTED���Salesladj1 or man for hi*, i
claSai, inexpensive children's boi
for Christmas; must be able
meet cultured people; $45 a month;
ixttti commission; state if employed; references. Address Box '-''
News office,
PROFESSIONAL.
,VH1    LL1 ':.     !' xt-Hit-H KR,   solicitor,  etc.,    4_;  Lome   Street,
��� ite Court i!������::-���'   Sew Westmin
ti r,    Phoufl H3,
A.
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"The Rami
Line.itti    I.
.ui engagi nn at  i :
day,  Oct,   : ���
western   lifi
The story .<
ter of
army,
��� c; Arrow."
.v il 1
���;.   night, Wi in
. tii-   drama    ol
...  - .
ivi of a daugh-
a colonel of :!i_
commanding   a
TO RENT���Delta farm, H2U acres, all
cultivate.! and underdralned, good
house, barns ami buildings; spring
water piped on to property; shipping facilities by water and rait;
cl irch and school close; produced
.v."im this year; 5-year lease io
right party. White, Shiles i: C<
New   Westminster.
WANTED���Experienced man and v,
��� ��� work for _. all Barm.    Wife nrn t
��� ��� willing  t . do housework,    Ap
J.   Hart & Co.,   Ltd.
I. 1ST   -Exhil    :"ti v.. <���:.. a pu
taining three *:" ��� Ills, etc.;  Initials
on purse, A. Li. I'.    Finder suitably
rewarded on leaving purse at  Mac-
1 \. nzie's drug store.
H1TESIDE ^c EDMOHDS, BarrU
t : -. and solli il ��� -. Bla '.:.- Blk .
Columbia street, New Westminster
\\*. .!. Whiteside, ii. U Edmonds,
��� ��� UtTIN & McQUARRIE, 13AK1US-
1V1 ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, Ne*f
Westminster, Trapp Block, corn n
i""lrir!.son and Lome streets,
i
HEATING STOVES
it you v, i  : a he iter fi     oft i
i .xford Flor ini -, (ixfoi d Oaks, han   o ,.���
t  ekle trimmings,     ....
Do   not   forget   to  ca     in   . n
Ran es, the range   that glvi   real .. i a
T. J. TRAPP & CO, Ltd
*nW:..W__l��-Bl__DWB
in.tj,:_K__B
GKORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Cuichon block, Colum-
t-ia and McKenzie streets. New WeBt
minster. B. C.
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'l        The Fraser Valley Nurseries
���    have for the coming Beason a very comflete I oe   I
I NURSERY   STOCK
���
w
'. H a N s KO RD.    Barrister
Solicitor, e.'c, Crescent block,
f orner      Coliii: ��� '.      McKenzie
-trects. New Westminster. B. P..
vV
MYERS GRAY,
Han
ister, So
ici- im
Cu
rtis !.:
. Clai
street.
1\  0.
Box  169.
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Make no mistake, but start your orchai I right ���.
HOME NURSERY, win-re you are not bothered   ���
J    well aa getting acclimated trees,   We have ovi -.
��� can handle your order,  no matter  what  thi
* agent in vou- . eality, wr te to us at Burns >��� rices
X      NUFoHRY AUD GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE. B, C.
���
t    The Fraser Valley Nurs ries, Ld.
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u ted States	
western    po3t,   WANTED���A   nurse   girl.   Ml
Dr,
CLEOPATRA,
for a  j-oung    In Ilan���White    Eagle
and ih   machinations of two villains
which furnish the motives of the action.     The   villain    Inflames    several
in 'avi s to make war on the forces at   nie,
Joni
WANTED���To purchase, z acn s good |
bush land, close In,    W, E. II , News
oflice.
fort  and in the attending excitement
abduct    the   commander's . daugnter,
The daughter, after a series of hair
raising adventures, is rescued by her
Indian lover and justice is dealt out
to the villains in true western style,
cast  is a  large one and contains
also carried. The scenery is said to
be especiallj elaborate, many of tho
sc. ne, being taken from   *eal life.
The Story ef Her Death From the Bit*
of an Asp.
it Is admitted that Cleopatra killed
herself to avoid being exhibited at
Rome In the triumph of Octavius, who
bAd mnde war upon her and Antony b*.
cause the latter had divorced his (Oc-
tnvius') sister on the queen's account
Put did she die from a snake's bite. ''"'
It Is better to think not. "If her death ; v'w niim,'s ol many prominent people
had been caused by any serpent, th* A tribe of full blooded Indians is
small viper would rather have bec��
chosen than the large asp, but the
���story Is disproved by her having decked herself In the royal ornaments and
being found dead without my gigrka
or Suspicion of poison on her body."
Death from h serpeuCs bite could nol
Ija " been mistaken, end her vanity,
would not have allowed her to choose
one which would have A__*_igured hat
In so frightful a manner,
Other poisons   were   well  understood
.i  il easy ef access, nnd no boy would   ���'"
ventun 1   to carry   an   asp   in   a     '
��� ol Qg    some ..f which be even
offered t.. the guards ns be passed, and
eren Plutarch shows, that the si..;-, -.f
tho asp was doubtful.  Nor is the statue
hi  Augustus' triumph,  which
bad an asp upon it, tiny proof of bis
bi lief  io   It.  since  the furilte  was   the
���   ���" ui   of   Egyptian   royalty     The
tatue   (or   the crown)   of   Cleopatra
could m*t have beeu without one,
this   was  probablv  tbe  or.g'.o
n-hoie   .tonr.
r.';,ilnjsi,,.,,j   or   SI'..'���..,-n't.
If is not to hr wonderefli at   i
boys and girls are Bometimes   ���.
xini over the spelling of (he grea.   !|!-.'''f; i'i which Cohan is
poet's name,    li is written in tJ.KN
different ways���Shakespeare, S o
tpcarp   and   Shakspere,    Which   r>.
toese is right?   The Jirst is gen��
ally preferred, though many-of oui
Wt   scholars   write   it   Shakspon
contending that it is right becaust
h:s autograph signature appear-
that   form.    At   the  nime  time
should   be   remembered   that
name appeared u_   Shakespeare
th? u'tle page of ; Hini I p
perintended, snd this war
belie/ tfjjtt f,
WANTED���Furnished  room  . y young
man; close In.   .1. E. C, Daily News
office.
LOST���Lady's English open face
carat gold watch.    Finder please re-1 private
turn to -I. Bell, World oflice.
WANTED���Dressmaking; also plain
sewing done first class; experienced.
Apply M. M., IS*!! Royal avenue and
Leopold Place.
"The   Moti'-yniooriers."
At't.-i   Georg.   M.    Cohan    produce I
������'rhe    I[oni : mooners"    ...    ihi     New
.'.tns' ei dam  i hi nt re  In t   summer
reputation as ine it Iphtesi and    ��� <
. i
lllar   Ol     V-i ��� I il ;::     Cl Hli I        I'S      111 I
nists    iv'ns   doubl v ured
-
rh     iI- ne��� mi  in mai       a i
... .. ,i ...     ��� i ,     ill
���:..������       IpUCll
pric
: . .      With      ..      '
v em j    ..  ,   i  rluirii t   of    foi
....  ,   .rn T.i in
I   .     Honeymooners"
-   t po] ulai "! I he ''..'.!.. n Bong il u
- ii ii excellence, Th ���
11
. ��� ii>��� musical numbers In v '���''<"���'
oung  composer  is heard  al   hi.-i
est,   ��� here  are    a    dozen    beautiful
n ai hi .
bp.si ,i a stage manager, there Is a
dashing and exciting ploi wiiich reveals Cohan ,i- a born dramatlsl and
there Is ,i crisp kindly satire and
bubbling humor thai reveals C ihan
as a greal humorist.
FOR  SALE���Three
ive acre
; acts,
thi ���
miles   from
city, .ui
main
i ia .
goo 1 fruit and vegi ta il
land
On mi
���   I have a
tabin, 100
chick-
ens, ���..
.(...-. etc,   Pai
tly c ���
Will
sell '
ieap,      Vppl
.1.   E    \\
,   this
office,
TO   Ll '
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FOR   SALE  -Hou ���-,
ta ile  .in
i   two
lots,
������'���ni"!   and
fenced,    Second
stro t
ami   Tenth
aven ������
price
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
T' ' SEND YOU OVER
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Eight Trains  Every Dav in thr Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
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*nd   LUXURY.      It  is   lighted   with
; both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most
���- j brilliantly   illuminated   irain   in   the
1��" | world.      The   equipment   consists   of
ompartment   cars,   standard
16  section   sleeper?,  luxurious  dining
car, reclining chair cars  (seats free),
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
���urthrr  information   call   nn  or   writ'
F. W. PARKER.
tjci Second Avenue. Seattle.. W;ih
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, DaUy trains (except
junday) carrying passengers, mail,
,-xpre-s .Hid freight connect with
jtagi at Can ������ i and Whiti Horje,
maintaining a through winter service
, i.i information apply t.i
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Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
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Japanese Employment Agency
reasonable, and terms easy, Also,
two lota adjoining, nearlj cleared.
Apply to George Sh irp, on the premises,
WANTED-���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; musl the moderate; near
bridge preferred, -.pply p0ai office
Box 732,
nl
CONTRACTORS
tf,. -.pcliii
prapli sipn .: .���-���
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Populace Goes Wild  With  Joy When  the   New Ruier Is
Crowned- Austrian Minister to Servia Reported
Assassinated���Germany Supports Austria.
Sofia, Bulgaria, Oc. L2,���-Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria was crowned Czar
of Bulgaria and his wife was crowned Czarina today amid wild demonstrations from the populace. The new
litis of Bulgaria was unfurled and the
populace  went  wild   with rejoicing.
Vienna, Oct. 12.���-It is reported here
today lhat Count Bergach, the Austrian minister to SeTvia, haa been assassinated. The city is in a fever of
incitement and wianike demonstrations are being mad"
Communication with Belgrade has
been cut off and it Is impossible to
verify the report. The foreign oflice
discredits the rumor, but has no authoritative information.
Mob Sacks Austrian Consulate.
Huda Pest, Oct.. 12.���Th" Austrian
consulate at Antivari, a port in Montenegro, in the Adriatic Sea, was attacked by an infuriated mob today.
The royal coat of arms was torn from
the door and burned in the street,
while the crowd danced about, \vllins
like manLucs.
Thi.. building then was sacked and
the authorities rescued the attaches
just in time to save their liven. It
is probable that some of the Austrian
officials would have been murdered if
they had fallen into the hands of the
mob,   which  was  beyond control.
Two  Austrian  warships have  been
ordered to the scent- and now are en
route.
Servians   Invade Hungarian  Territory.
Belgrade, Oct. 12.-���-A band of Servians today burned'an Austrian ship
and carried th" Hungarian flag to the
public square and burned it, with wild
cries. Tho Servian government appears to ihe unable to check the warlike tendencies of the people. According to a despatch received here
today, Servian custom officials from
the town of Shabats went to the Os-
tand of Bajakulltz, Hungarian territory, today and drove out _a.ll the Hungarian   customs  officials   with    arms.
and now hold p< isesslon of the fo I
A despatch from can.-a, island of
Crete, says that the Cretan parliament today formally voted the union.
of Crete and Greece.
Servia Votes War Appropriation.
Belgrade, Servia, Oct. 11!.���The Servian national assembly today voted in
favor of making an extraordinary military appropriation of $",000,000 to
meet th" immediate demand of mobilizing the ami., and protecting m
frontier. A resolution w.as adopted
containing the following significant
explanation:
"After hearing the government',
explanation, parliament expects to exert the most vigorous activity to protect the threatened Interests of the
nation."
Despite the active preparations of
war, there is a quieter fueling among
the people today. This feeling, it i.i
said, is due ro the realization that
Servia is not prepared to make war
successfully against Austria. An explanation is that th" people are now
convinced the government is preparing for war and are satisfied with the
development of events.
Servia today demands the secession
of Sandjak from Austria and a money
compensation  for   the annexation  by
_\ustria  of Bosnia and  Herzegovina
Germany Will  Support Austria.
Paris, Oct. 12.���According to a despatch published in the Temps this
afternoon, the attitude of Germany iu
regard to the troubles in the near
East is that there has been no violation of the Berlin treaty. The despatch says that Germany holds that
the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria and the declaration
of Independence by Bulgaria is not
a  violation of  the  treaty.
If the TempB despatch is correct, it
j means that Germany will support tha
claims of .\ustria. which in effect, is
the same as that set forth as the attitude  of  Germany.
SEWER AND STREET
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number of items already dealt with in
thos.- columns. Superintendent of
Waterworks Stott reported favorably
to rebates being granted on water
waste, but the council was divided,
and a resolution of Aid. Shiles oppo-
j,ing rebates was carried on a division.
Two  Claimants.
R. H. Gordon, agent of the Montreal-
Canada Fire Insurance Co., wrote asking for a renewal of the $*.000 Insurance on the cattle sheds at Queen's
park.
A. W. McLeod, on behalf of the Ontario Fire Insurance company, also
asked for r?new,al of insurance on the
same property.
The letters were referred to th�� finance, committee.
Miscellaneous.
The secretary of the genera] board
of missions ol the Methodist church,
Rev. W. It. Young, wrote thanking the
council for 1 elng presenl at the. banquet held on October . at Columbian
college, and for the Bpecial ear provided.   The letter was filed.
T. A. Qlescnen, an old taxpayer, applied for aid to obtain worn, being iu
difficulties. The council passed a resolution empowering tli ��� chairman of
the board of works to find the man a
job.
H. J. \Vat30n asked for the extension of the sidewarlk on Regina street
between Second and Third streets.
Referred to the hoard Of works to report.
Considerable discussion took place
on the condition of some of the Sapperton streets, especially Hospital
atreet and l'lair.avenue, to Shcrbrooke
street. The council decided.to leave
the matter to the board of works,
������.*. Ith power to act.
,\. W, McLeod, as agent for the
house of Lot 22, Block 9, suburban
block two, Sapperton, wrote with reference, to the water supply at the
house, not being satisfied by the treatment accorded .by the department.
inferred to the  water  committee  to
report.
H. Schaake m*t the council witn
reference, to the lease1 of his water
lots.
COLONIAL OFFICE
WILLING TO ASSIST
RHODESIA?. RAILWAY
London, Oct. 12.���The Standari understands that as a result of the prolonged negotiations between the
colonial offipe and the Chartered South
Africa company the government has
consented to guarantee it either a
loan of $50,000,000 or interest on Rho-
desian railway debentures to a similar amount with the. object of assisting in the development of the company's  territory and railways.
AUTHOR   IS   KILLED
IN    NORTHERN   WILDS
Winnipeg, Oct. 12.���It is reported
from the Pass that James Olivet* Cur-
wood the well known American author of Detroit. Mich., who recently
went into the. Hudson Bay wilds for
the Bobfcs M .rrill Publishing company, has been killed by Cree Indians
In the Lac La Rouge country,
The trader through whom the report comes says that the Lac l��i
Rouge Indians assert that the white
man bi gan the trouble by shooting
on ��� of their number, The report of
th,- Northwest Mounted Police, who
are investigating the case, is expected in a few days.
MOOSE WALKED AWAY
WITH  TELEGRAPH   LINE
Dawson, Oct. 12.���A bull moose became entangled in a telegraph wire
which is being stretched along the
Yukon Gold company's pipeline near
Kentucky point. The animal mode a
desperate struggle, and after becoming badly entangled walked off with
a mile of wire. I e is still moving
through the woods with the mite of
wire wound round him like a spool.
Columbus' Annivereary.
Now York, Oct., 12��� The U6th an-
nlv -rsary of the discovery of
Am* rica by Columbus was celebrated
today by the Italian-Americano of New
York. A parade of the Knights of Columbus wr.s held today and banquets.
balls and festivities will be held tonight.
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The Inter-house .bowling league was j
continued lasl evening, Bryson's team
beating Kellington's team by 308 pins, j
Wlllette made the highest Individual Insinuation     That     Liberals
Bcore,   1S2.    TonightB   game   will be
between   Capt.   Gilchrist's  and   Capt.       and   Railway   Builder   Ill-
Gordon's   team.     The   following   was t
last  night's score:
Capt.   Kellington's Team.
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Grossman   ..   118    112   145���375 125
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Rushton    ..     137    111    156   -404 134
Kellington   .      4    128    110���362 120
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ASIATICS ffLRRORIZED
EY    ANGRY    ELEMENTS
San Francisco, Oct. 11.���The ship
Star of France, n onging to the Alaska Packers' association, arrived here
today from the Arctic, after experiencing one "'��� I ��� most severe storms
ever iincountered by her commander,
Capt, Starr. For three days she lay
on her beam ends and her yards were
stripped clear of canvas. The storm
reached its bi Ight on geptember 19,
when it was necessary to use a large
quantity uf oil to calm the sea. There
were 100 Chinese and Japanese cannery hands on board, who were terrorized with fright during the Kale.
Ottawa, Oct. 11.���M, .1. O'Brien, who
has several contracts on the Nation.>1
Transcontinental railway, was Inter
viewed today in respect to the statement ma.I.. bj T. \V. McGarry, M.L.A .
tu a political meeting at Pakenham to
I the effect thai a contractor, presumably himself, had contribute I $400,00u
to the Uheral campaign fund, and thai
ii was t" be repaid through the con- ��j
trad later on. When seen today, Mr. |
O'Brien declared tbat ther. was a bo
lutely iu. truth in Mr.ilcGarry's statement board, referring to the McGarry
charges, said: "If any such political
ubscrlptlon had been made it would
be utterly Impossible for the man wh 1
made it to gel his money back, Tbe
only way in which it could be returned
would be 11 > means of fraudulenl classification, and ihis would Involve a
conspiracy to the country, extending
from the commission down through
its officials to the resldeni engineers
who check the work, n would involve
also coll tsion of the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway engineers, which could
nol li" obtained, since the Grand
Trunk, under the terms of its contract, is to pay lh.- interest on the
cost of the road for fifty years."
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Judgment Summonses.
Yesterday before Iiis Honor Judge
Howaj:
Brennan vs. C. S, Martin: Adjourned till November court.
Corporation of New Westminster vs.
Moody:    Adjourned till next court.
T. .1. Trapp vs. H. 11. Owen:  Ditto.
Laking vs I.a Duke: Sent to Judge
Grant,
A. A. Baker vs. W. J. Corbett: Set
for November court.
Royal Hank vs. Cordon: Adjourned
till iit-x; court.
Brackman-Ker Milling company vs.
Dixon:    Decision reserved.
Mcintosh vs. Cameron: Adjourned
till next court.
Guichon vs. Williams: Order for
committal for  twenty  days.
Sinclair vs. Brymner: Ditto.
Canada. Daw Book Co. vs. Hansford:
j -Adjourned till next court.
Schaake Machine Works vs Selkirk
& Ainslee: Adjourned till November
court.
Ward vs. Kenny: Set for day to be
fixed.
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* Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
* stations  will run every half-
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'* Cars   leave the  depot    every
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ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. '��
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave &
at ten minutes after the hour, S
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 ���
a. m. 4
Sunday Service   ball-Hourly b��- .;-.
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sunday Closing Law Questioned.
Portland, Ore., Oct, 12.���That the
Bunday closing law as provided by the
state legislation is unconstitutional,
was the decision of presiding Judge
Ganten.jeln in the circuit coun today.
The decision of Judge Cantenhein was
handed down in deciding a demurrer
which had been filed by the state
through the district attorney's office
in answer to the injunction granted
by the presiding judge restraining the
police deaprtment and all other city-
officials from making any arrests for
violation of the  Sunday  closing law.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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RENTERS!
WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE?
i'-O.OO rents new  modern  7-roomed  dwelling on  Sixth avenue.
$25.00 rents <m Fifth avenue. 6 rooms, modern.
$22.00 r.nts on Agnes street, G rooms, modern, just  n novated,
$20.00 rents 5*roomed cottage on  Fourth street, modern, fine lot.
$20.00  rents on  Columbia  street, near Crescent, 6 rooms,
$18.00 rents on St. George street. 1; rooms,  modern.
$18.00   rents  7-roomed  house un Third avenue,
IMPORTANT
When You Are Sick
That you  should  ha..-  the  very  bestl
| attention,    Now, we ar.. not doctors,
neither do we [irofess to be,   It's not
our business to prescribe,  we prefei
11
letting your doctor d" 1 bat.    \\ hei e j
we come in is  when  you  wanl    the
prescription Ulled, through this  chan-Il
ne] we co-operate to bring   abo 11    a]
cure.   Our    duty   is plalnlv  to   give
you  exact ly  w bal   the doctoi       l. 1 s,
and of 1 li..- best qualit... thi en
1 he   honor  ol   1 he   dm tested.
To put ii  mildly, the druggl 1  v. ... [h  |
not honest   ���*. Ith    :he    -: ,. j-   a disgrace to ih..- profe    on,    \V.   want  to!
iiii  v..in   next   pn  ,  Ipi Ion no matter'
whal doctor writes,  it. and  we pli dge
our honor that you  will gel a square
deal as to correctness,    quality    .md ; |
F. J. HART & CO.
Telephones
j price.     We   have   heen   twenty-five
years In business here and are willing
I to  lie judged  by oui   recor 1     if you '
cannot afford to paj for yom medicine
we will Bupply same free   of charge.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
An  Underwear  Department
That Can Supply Your
Every Need
li  Is not   the ordinary  kinds of CnderweaT for women   ....-���   and   cbi .   f
True it is that we carry  nianv   lines which are similar  to what   ���        . ,,,,
igi In we paj special attention to the selection of unuaually good  undi   *��� ,
���    think it  is not  worth while lo uother with    Take the time to read
below.   Then visit our underwear department and see for yourself if our em ,,lim
Jusl   ne ation   any   Iin,   you wish  to see and  It will lie shown to yon with pleasure.
I'.S.     ' 'i'i:   givi
- pi' mi ie.-  than oth 1
specialty of this lit.*-
a
Ladies'   Wool   Combinations
Union   and  All   Wool   Makes
Penman's   Natural Wool  Combinations,   Each   $2.50 and $2.7:,
Watson's   \ll  Wool   Unshrinkable Combinations,     shown   ta   grej   and
:     ,   ....   all   sizes.     Each   $2.00 and $2.20
The Si    Margaret   Combinations, an English make ol garments, .ill wool,
y and white; fine ribbed; all sizes   $1.00 to $2.00
All   Sizes   of  Children s   Combinations, $1 to $2
Penman's  Natural   Won]  Combinations,   for children and  misses,    Eai
 $1.00 to $2.00
Children's and  Misses' Onion Combinations,   Watson's,   grey  only:   fiw
..   i:   medium   weight.    Each, according to size    ��� $1.00 to $2.00
*'
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i
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An Excellent Choice in all
(Qualities or Women s
Undervests ana  Drawers
.Note the Bpecial values her.- mentioned:
Women's Winter-weight    Cotton    Undervests,
grej   only;   drawers  to match.    Per garment  ..35c
Heavj   White Cotton Undervests and Drawers,
slightly   finer than those shown in the grey; fleece
lined.    Per garment      40c
Ladies'   Union Underwear and Drawers, in several   qualities and all sizes.    Per garment   .40c to 75c
Ladies'   All Wool   Undervests  and   Drawers,    In
', tine,   medium and   heavy   ribbs, and   shown  in  all
weights  from the light cashmenre    to   the   heavy
1 wool,   in   grey and white. Per garment, 75c to $1.50
>     Ladies'  Natural Wool  Undervests and Drawers,
in  two grades���Turnbull's    and   Penman's   make.
^H________________________H- and
borne
Special
Lines
Ladii ���   Bl      and Ca
ilinal Undi ������������?��� , all wo
medium wi Igl    i mo qualit i.-s   onlj.    .'   ������������ rs   :
match.   Ea. ���  $1.25. $*...
I.ti'li- ii,:--:.
Tights,    iti ������     -   ���
only,   sol 1 at    -     ���
IIG   Inches     Pi    - i ::���'
    $1.25.   $1.35
Speeia]    E 0    -���'
Undervest-, in anion m
all wool qualitii ���. The��
are extra largi ��� .-��� - -.':
drawers can lie had '"
match. p.. gam
 75c to ��1-7S
Ladies  Cofton or
Wool Corset
Covers
Ladles, Pine Ribbed Knit Cotion Cms. 1 Covers. with out*
sleeves,   iiijrh    neck;    all    sizes,
 35c to 50c
Ladles' Woollen Corset Cov-
��� 1 s, otherwise known as the
Sponcer Ribbed Swiss Vests:
exceptionally soft, and medium
weight; high neck and long
sleeveo     Each       f 1.25
Silk and Wool Undervests
ami Drawers. Garments of extra in.-, grade; line ribbed, soft
ei.i.-iie an,i perfectly finished In
everj respect; especially d ssir-
aiiie ;i ,hi exi it; warm ���<���" meni
witho ;���   ..... me   weight.     Per
|^B .$2.00
Small Children's Button
Front Undervests,
Watson's make
Made of fine soli white wool. A
special unique feature of this line Is
iho. fact that the seams are all turned to the outside, whicli prevents all
chance of Imitation so objectionable In
many lines of children's undergarments. The quality of the slip under-
vi sts is the ii.st produced. Each ���-..
    50c to 65c
Ruben's Vests for Infants
Undervests In the Rueben style are so well known ><���
person that it is unnecessary for us to descrHie them \C
at  all  limes all size.. In thr,.,.  grades,
i -       35c
Ruben   Vests,  union,   whit,, onl,, ;  flne ribbed: all si*'
Ruben All  Wool   perfectly finished and made exci U'"
,   ,         .                                  ,.    , 50c to '"
Vour choice of two  weaves,       Each 	
A Special Line in Children's Sizes,  25c to 35c
Undervests an 1 Drawers to match, made
mixture;  heavy  weight;   unshrinkable
Infants'  Bands,  made In  ���', bIzi b,   Watson'.-*
In  fine Bofl  while  wool,    Each   	
35c
Two  Special  Lines oi Boys
Undershirts  and
Drawers
^H__     I'm-
Turnbull's Natural Wool Shirts ami  Drawet
style* "ell *T
75c to 5
Eacn
from 2 to 12 yrs.; made and finished In same
garments of the Bame make for men; sold bj *iv ��� ^ n^
Turnbull's Perfect Fitting Union   Shirts and        !"
plain button fr  and unshrinkable.   This line v P,
^^^^^^ boys   ������*-'"���
sears   and   we  can   specially  recommend   it    I"1
to  size, ^^H^^^^H^^H
35c to
75c
It*!��
Collister & Co.
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