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nlw a..   ilg  audb ni es,      The  Vernon
Kir- Brigade  band,  which  is here as
usual  ;his  year, haa also earned thi
plaudits  of  the  crowds   i...   the   fine  ,_,  ,,,1,11,   y\\v ,,,,
concerts given   both at  the exhibition .,.,.,�� 0i-w v.n.   li
gi onnda ana on the streets.
W.  C.   T.   U.   Res;   Room,
v   ......   .in.i  ...a.untai.ii   corner  ls
.provided foi tired lady visitors In the
w  c, T, r. reel room in th.  Women's
building, thla lielng manured    > Mrs
.lain,.. Cunntnghani uu.l n  numbei  ol
volunteer  asslBi ani -       Eas    lounge
cushioned   i   ul  ���    and   u   brlghi   IIri
com Ined   wi h   a   ,.''.. >lng   reception
oni    hn lndli     In   elm    <*,  I end    in
imikc thii   ....... ul. .������'        :     appi i
Hted   In   visitors,     \   i>ai eel  i lie kin
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v,    .   ;;, .,   do, i  uoi   nml    the bread
nuuie here too sweet, or Havered  ti
..,,,   the mallet   up
Appointment   of   Deleo**'1
Mavor   Kraiy,   who  had  l">*t
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assoc .'���      .-. io ... i also
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.    ������   lo   the   Ilquoi   ,|n. sitou   in    hi
pro\ .in ���.       I'h..   rest   room   I    op ��
from   ' a. in   lo S p, in.
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rooms, conducted ������!��' h'   '''      ,,
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- 0| ' elng    e peclallj
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much   interest   .1 ��    ������     '"    ,
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i ���suilrs  In   the   Vgrtcultural   buUJ
lajtar,   some  ver;   cm WW ��
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in association w Ith Di "' II ol lh,
w Innlpi .. InditBt.i ial exhibit!, u, em Upi
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hospital,    ine >�� ���  ���-      naUghters
Paul's u. iv church tfi i*** "'"'I,,..,,,
treat.
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Ins, Polled A"
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of England wen
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min." i'i   -' Vr',fty *��>er�� wxWnm*. - ������������"<���-���>       '    ,,
i manual training -"'""-"'.";,'������:,.-; for tb,- Commons,  ^J^J^
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, n   imerlei Ilwnyi ���'���
ihlppori   enteritis   In	
with th.' n. C   grower
Fruit   Dumping.
DUottMlng   Hie  irTMUiementi    f"r
Ue aaniml meetlnit, Kr, ��,i'1""" ^'"
' ,j���, Qton impniiiHii    ,1,1,'siimi betore
tiw fi*niiKi"��*..is< ���f thf province '.'"IS
Uh�� defective  market (irrangements.
Mi   Wetherell said that the di"'"'"1
l,rr,ire   ihHin   was  d   suitable   fruit
-vehenpe.
Cnniinulng,   Mr.   Palmer  sui,I   tn"
|h tl  been duffiped  Into ihe Northwest
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won pv vANeeuvfes ^M     ,    in, , %    n
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in all)  no iu..|i''i limi ,,i   fi nil   in  Hit-
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The   Annual   Meeting.
Ultimately   a   committee    was  appointed;  conaiaUng of   Messr.*.   Rich-
. of Vernon;  Smith, of Kamloops,
M.ndoi'U    McKay,   Salmon    Arm,   and
ami  rbiiln.      _fti ���   -i.     ���
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I.  a native of Liverpool   Kniiininl.
Wir'rl  Star Hi Does Damage.
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In        lection *m ��
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 , ,���������,  ���,,., Hns;   in order  then lo pass
,,.,,, been dumped Into .he Nonnw^: iinnual f��ft,ution    on    the
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retch, with?*,  either mtrta or g *�� ,... b>et ,V(.���m,Slli,y i��� .,a���
lBg.   The Americans put their fru.  ��.   ed   o, .. ^  h,
fad   v  iMptfJ  Uitl ���      ���_"   ; ( ;(t  the m��
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N.w tines have been m * th'u
plaee. and proper condition* are a*am
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY.   OCT.
1   '503
IMMENSE CROWDS VISIT
Sardis, 2nd; W. It. Austin, Sapperton, ���
3rd.
Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found
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FAIK INDEPENDENCE DAY, rM^ ' K" v" '" I for Safe ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc.
Ewe, lamb, C. T. Higginson a.- -Son.  .-r-i--zr-.-r.?i,,::,..?,.::.r,-t,."r^^^
(Continued   from   Page   I.)
PRIZe   WINNERS.
Following are the awards    Ln  the
classes  below  mentioned:
Sheep.
Cotswolds���
Ram, _! years or over, J. Richardson,     [,-at giieep	
Ton Guichon, 1st.
Rams, shearling, J. Richardson, Pd't
Qulchon, 1st
Ewe, 2 shears or over, J,  Richard-
eon, Port Guichon. 1st.
Ewe, shearling, .1 Richardson, Port
Guichon, 1st and 2nd.
Ewe,  lamb,  J.  Richardson,  1st and
.,   i l3ra'
*ind.
Pen: I ram, any age; ewe, 2 shears Swioe
or over; ewe, Shearling, ewe, lamb, J.
Richardson, Port Gulchon, 1st.
I.incolus���
Ram, 2 shears or over, A. C. Wells
& Son, Sardis, 1st and 2nd.
Ram, shearling, A. C. Wells & Son.
Sardis, 1st.
Ram, lamb, A. C. Wells & Son. Sar-11 2nd.
dis, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Boar, over 3 ami  under 6  months,
Ewe, 2 shears or over, A. C. Wells j Jos. Thompson, Chilllwiack, ts
& Son, Sardis, 1st and 2nd. j    Sow, 2 years and over, Jos Thomp-
Ewe, shearling, A. C. Weils & Son.  son, Chilliwack, 1st and 2nd.
Sardis, 1st; A. T. Watt, Victoria, 2nd; ,   ,	
SV. R. Austin, Sapperton, 3rd. | TO LET    House ping rooms   turn
Pen: l ram. any age; ewe  2 shears     j..,,,)  ,,r  unfurnished,  at moderate
or over;  ewe, Bhearling;   ewe,  lamb,|    rem to suitable parties.    Apply '._.������
JA. T.  Watt, Victoria. 1st;   c. T.  Hig-      Ninth street, city,
ginson A,-. Son   2nd.
ial
WANTED���A  girl  for gc-uerai   hou
work.    Apply    to    -Mrs. p. B.  I..
Third street, above Queens avenu
Ewe, Bhearling, (.'. T, Higginson &j
Son, Sardis, 1st; Jos, Thompson,!
Chilliwack, 2nd;  A. T. "Watt, 3rd, TO RENT���Two furnished bedroom
Wether,  lamb, C.  T.   Higginson ft     kW*y Arrow Press, back of (vtod
Son, 1st, 2nd and 3rd, *-<)r ho ���**-'���*
Ewe,  lamb,    Jos. Thompson,    1st;  F0R SALE���Light pony cart, in good
Shannon   Bros.,   Cloverdale.   -jnr,   and      coll,liUon;   0,   exchange   for   buggj
" Movies, Vancouver road. East Bur
naby.
Boar, 2  years  or over.     H.   Webb, WANTED-Maternlty  nursing;,  term
Sardis, 1st. mod-rat
Roar, 1 year   and    under
rovincia
xhibition
asBittmamafKBa_n^,
"��������*'_�����
Address "B," this oltic
J03.
Thompson, Chilliwack, 1st.
Boar, over ti and under 12 months,
Jos. Thompson,   Chilliwack,    1st and
WANTED���Six bright ladies ust.l to
bazaar work, to sell. Apply D,
furry, engraver, Main building, exhibition grounds,
Sardis. 1st and 2nd.
Ewe, lamb, A. C. Wells & Son, Sar-
dis, 1st and 2nd. Sow,  over 6  and  under  12  month
Pen:  1 ram. any age; ewe, 2 shears
or over;  ewe. shearling;  ewe. lamb,
A. C. Wells tc Son. U.t and 2nd. Jos. Thompson, 1st and 2nd
Leicesters��� Herd, boar and two sows, any age.
Ram. 2 shears or over. ,1. Richard- Jos. Thompson, 1st and 2nd.
sou,   Port   Guichon,   1st;   W.   M.   Bam-1 Boar,    any    age,    Jos.    Thompson,
ford, Chilllwiack, 2nd and  3rd. Chilliwack, diploma.
Ram, lamb, W. M. Bamford, Chilli- Sow, any age,    H.    Webb,    Sardis,
wack, Isi, 2nd and 3rd, diploma.
Ewe, 2 shears or over, W. M. Bam- Chester White���
WANTED���Dressmaking; also plain
sewing done first-class. Experienced.    M. M.,  P.O., city.
TO RENT���Two furnished bedrooms
near library, Apply 2S7 Victoria
Btreet,  before 9 a.  ni.  or after    5
p.   nt.
los. Thompson, 1st and 2nd
Sow, over ii and under    ! months, j \y_O.TED���One experienced waitress
ami one chambermaid, residing in
town preferred. Apply Russell hotel.
Sow, 1 year and under 2, H. Webb,
Sardis, 1; Jos. Thompson, 2nd -.nd 3rd.
ford, Chilliwack, 1st. 2nd and 3rd.
Ewe, shearling. W. M. Bamford.
Chilliwack,   1st,
Ewe, lamb. VV. M. Bamford. Chilliwack, 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Pen:  1 ram, any age: ewe, 2 shears
or  over;   ewe,   shearling:   ewe.   lamb.
W, M. Bamford, Chilliwack, 1st.
Hampshire's���
Ram, Bhearling, J. Richardson, Fori
Guichon, 1st.
Ram, lamb, J. Richardson. Port
Guichon, 1st; W. Grimmer, Pender Island, 2nd and 3rd.
Ewe, 2.shears or over. .!. Richardson, Port Guichon, 1st and 2nd; W.
Grimmer, Pender Island. 3rd.
Ewe, shearling. ,1. Richardson, Port
Gulchon, 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Ewe, lamb. W. Grlmner,  Pen . ���.   Is
land, Isi: J. Richardson, Port Guich in,
2nd.
Pen:  1 ram, anj  age; >��� ��  . 2 shears
r over;   ewe,  shearling; lam i
Grlmner, Pender Islan-:.   I. Rtch-
:      . Port Guichon, 2nd
- 1 Downs���
1 shears   or    ov.       Shannon
...v. rdale,  1st:    Alex.    Davie,
-nd:    J.    Richardson     Port
3rd,
leading   ���.: ���>.. Da. ie, La lm .-.
iamb, Shann in Bros., Lsi and
..lex. Davie, 3rd,
,'..'.-, 2 shears or ove.:. Alex. Davie,
1st; Shannon Bros., 2nd and 3rd.
Ewe, shearling, Shannon Bro,-.. 1st
and 2nd: .1. Richardson. 3rd.
Ewe, lamb, Shannon Bros.. 1st and
2nd; J. Richardson,     1
Pen:    l mm. anj ag : . ..  ,2 shear.
or over;  ewe, shi aiding;   i ��������� .,    tml
Shannon Bros    1st   ind -
WANTED���A    fourth-class    engineer
for   night   shift.       Apply   Davis   &
Son,   Box   148,   City.
FUR SALE ��� One gentle driving
horse; will trot cue mile in 2:ilu;
Chi ap. Address "A. T.," .News
office.
ROOM TO RE.NT -Suitable foi one
or two gentlemen. Apply southeast corner Fifth street and Fourth
avenue, or P. O. Box 311.
Boar, 2 years and over, W. R. Austin. Sapperton, 1st.
Boar, 1 year and under 2, Gorge E.
Knight, Sardis, 1st and 2nd.
Boar, over 0 and under 12 months,
W,  R. Austin.  1st.
Boar, over 3 and under f, months,
George E. Knight, 1st; W. R, An-'iti.
2nd  and  3rd.
Sow. 2 years and over. George E.
Knight, 1st; W. R, Austin. 2nd and
3rd.
Sow. 1 year and under *J. George E.
Knight, 1st and 2nd.
Sow, over il and under 12 months,
George E. Knight. Is,: \v. R. Austin,
-nd- j WANTED���Two or three unfurnlahed
Sow, over 3 and under 6 months, W.     rooms;   must   ic    moderate^ near
R. Austin, 1st; George E. Knight, 2i bridge pi  I  rr I,    Apply Post Office
and 3rd, ;,,,x 732
ird:  Boar and 2 sows   .���,    age, W. ������
R   -. istin, 1st; George E   Knight, 2nd.   VESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
Boar,    any    age,    v.    R,    Austin.     AGENCY���Under new management,
[���"OR SALE���House, stable and two
lots, cleared and fenced, Second
straet and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
lipli ma.
s nv, any age,    'i   ,. -      ���:   Knl
loma,
li. kshiros
Boar, -..- ind  oi        Sh
:      . Cloverdale,  Ul   ind 2nd
Boar,  I year and undei   -.  tl. '.'. 1
Sai    >, 1st.
Boar, over ii and  und".   L2 months,
Shannon Bros., 1st aud 2nd.
Boar, over 3  and  under  G months,
Shannon Bros.. 1st, 2nd and 3rd,
Sow, 2 years and   over,    Shannon
Bros., 1st and 2nd.
Sow, 1  year and  under 2,  Shannon
Bros., 1st and 2nd.
Sow, over 6 and ..ade:'  12 months,
Shannon Bros., 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
256 Columbia street. Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply yon with all
kinds of help promptly, free ol
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phono A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Tenders Wanted
��� .' ', tendi rs ��ill be receh ed to
noon, Oi   . - - 15th,    for    supply    of
1 and hewn Br ties for Nevi Westminsti ���< -: ,.-. at'. Railway, Clovi r-
1,1 :��� ��� 1 \;,'.r,:-, rd, al 0 Abbotsford to
C i'i:. ac
Specifications cm be procured from
11. cal  Man ig i\ New Westminster, or
Sow,  over  3   and  nnd,.    6   months,  tn.'    iffic,
: hannon Bros., 1st, 2nd and 3rd. B C, ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.
,:-.!:   Boar  and  2  sows,   m.   ige,       .' Haz  Lt, Pun    >. ng   _gent.
Under  tKe   Auspices   of   tKe R. A. & I. Society,  Queen', Park.
New  Westminster, B.C.
September 29tk to October 3rd,
BotK Days   Inclusive
$30,000 m Prizes
and  Attractions
^A^estern Canada s   Greatest Annual
SK
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OW i
Lacrosse Matches, Baseball Matches, Football Matches.
Scottish Sports, Children's Day Sports.
Sweetest Music, Stock Parade.
Five Days' Enjoyment and Instruction.
Historical Exhibit Commemorating Discovery of the Greatest
River in Canada by Simon Fraser.
Unveiling of Monument Erected to .Great Discoverer's Memory.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
For Information apply to
W. H.  KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
T. J. TRAPP, Pres. P.O.Box 59, New Westmii ster
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I VOL PINS and
BEAUTY P1INS |
AT
W, C.  CHAMBERLIN
Canadian Pacif in
RAILWAY COMPANY
���
The icnve.er ���
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Sole Agents tor       The   Longlnes   Watch   Movement,
and    Hamilton Watch Movement.
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I v:'. innon Bros., I si and -n i
Boar, an ii. '���.'��� ebl
- Japanese EffipioyjiieRl. Agency
una,
im! Chin i
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male  Help  ','.
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. Ram, 2 sheai i .'. T. May
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hi . ling, layn
, 1st and 2nd, luar, o        ' i id.
Clu nn.   '���'. i. m   ������
t, 2nd and 3rd a . i o        ���
1     . .        .'. 'i.    Ma;       rd    Lst,
. nd. ' .'��� am, 1st, 2nd and      I ir, 1  j.      aft* und      :     . . CO .UMB        ind    Mi  >T3
ll*.  .    heaillng, J    1"    Ma  nam. ���  ..   1st. J       NEW   Wl    ("MINSTER,   B.   ~.
'-'���'������     l->.-'jr.**.   431. ;-. 'i        <   US
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:'.:.,:.                .               .,r ar, an        ���               M      Bamford,
.   . lamb, ������.,..
1   i     :          ���    . ...         .'���
-.    ij ..: '        ''���
Ram, 2 sin             i          I    .,    ���   d vorthi
son    '   . G il     :-. i Boar, _    ...    and ...      W   A.   lam
Suffolks���                                          i ford, tsi and 2i a
I tmb,        Tho      ion      Chil Boar,  1  ye      ...       nil      2,  W,   M,
, ...   . 1st and 2nd. tiford   li
Ewe, 2                   . ���.. I   i:"'.' ison , ovei          | un I          ;.. ml h i,
. i. i and 3rd, ���������:. M. Bamford, I   , 2nd   ind 3
��� ...   shearling,  .:.   Thompson,   is;. ,.���,   2 ysnt   und over, W, M. Bam-
: Srd, d, 1  ., 2nd and 3rd.
:'.      iamb, -i.  Thompson,  Lst, 2nd'    Sow,   1   ...i,   and  inn       j.   <v.   M.
d      : 'i aiford,  lsi  and 2nd.
Pei    1 ram, an;  a       ewe, 2 Bheara g0\v, over 6 and under 12 months,
or  over;   ewe,   Bhearling;   ewe, lamb, ./. u, Baml    I   1     2nd and third.
J, Thompson, int. Sow,  over 3 and   under G  months,
Soin'iidowiis��� W. M   Bamford, 1-    2nd   ind Srd.
Ram, 2 shears or over, A, T. Watt, "         Hon.   and  2     iws,   ,a.   age,
Victoria, 1*1 and lind; c  T, Higginson ft'. M   Bamford, Ibi and 2nd,
& Son, Sardis, 3rd, floar, an;   :-.-.���. W. M. Bamford, dip-
Ram, Bhearling, C. T,  Higginson & loma,
Son, Sai dis, 1st; a. T. Watt, Victoria, Bow, anj ag . W. M, Banifoi ;   dl
loma.
.,*������ 4 ������ ���.'.
m r
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r?,    .
I      ��� ���'���'?
���
���
if you  wanl
across the contine
Travel  by the ���-'
America.
Through Dinln
Class Sleeping C u
Eastern Express '     *'
Atlantic Bxpre :
For further parti tula    and reservations apply
.1. GOULET
Agenl "'��� ''
I or to E. .1. COYLE
Asst. (.enl. Pa v    ,v;v'r
S>"
JT
So -,.  ::      ai     . :.
.   .     Chi am, 1
Sow,  i : nd     _.  i
':.    :    ' ' -i.
���'.. o\er 6 and . I. . , . ���, 1 .1 .
1. T. Maj 1.aid. Chi mi, li . and 2nd,
Sov . over 3 a id 1 nder 6 monl h ,
.    Ma; nai tl   1 ���.. mi,     1 ������ id 2nd,
Herd: Boai a I 0 anj age, J.
T. Ma; na d, 1 he: m,  1st.
Boar, anj age, ,] t. Via n nil,
Che im, diploma.
Son. any age, J, T. Ma; na d,: Ihi am
diploma.
Bacon bogs
Besl pen ol bacon hogs, [01 bacon
triil.-; any grade 01 brei d, ... be bred
and owned bj exhibitor, one entry
onlj allowed each exhibitor; hogs
not allowed to compete In other
classes, Jos, Thompson 1st, 11   Webb,
2nd and 3rd.
I
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\-���     h.-XNu   /'MD   POWER  STRAV; CUTTER'; ol   either AMERI
CAN     -   CANADIAN   mak  ;   BOOT GUTTERS in 1 u    ;.,   1, and
reversible  8ulCER8  AND PULPERS.   roller   .    . on   main
shafl n.l In Eacl all kinds of FARM IMPLEMENTS, no to T. J.
TRAPP & CO.'S STORE on COLUMBIA STREET, and - , their
largo   ind   rai led  stock.
S.S.   RAMONA|
CAPTAIN   BONSES
R��-jul,-ir tall
NEW   WESTMIN.':'. j
WAi
callln    'i
Mission an I '���' 1
Le iveS    Brn
:; ..   v.  p
days and   _ it./ti 1;
l,M. Ch
day and Sun
For rate      id
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B
11.  WHITMO
cammx .i-isn-i
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Hani, lamb, A. T. Wait Victoria, 1st, Duroc JerBoy and Essex                              ���"       -VDVERTIRK
'Jinl and 3rd. Boar, I  year .and under 2, J, T. May-                              ��� IN ���
Ewe, 2 Hhi-ars or over, A. T. Watt, nard, Choani,  1st  and 2nd.                   |    THE      DAILY      MEWS
Victoria, 1st; C. T, Higginson & Son, Boar, over 6 and undor 12 months.             if YOU War. a BltuatlOlu
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries        t
have for thp coming season a very comtlete line of ���
NURSERY   STOCK |
Make uo mistake, 'mt start your orchard right, by buying from A ���
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation,    as ��
well as getting acclimated trees.   Wc have over 200,000 fruit trees and X
can handle your order, no matter what the size.    If we   have    no J
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Ualu. for prices. *
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C. J
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.   :
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W. I. Sparkman
LATE  WITH  J. A   LEB .
Begs Lo annoui '    .
now readj    to    and    -'   '"'
kinds of uphol  ���  IM
attheloweBtpr.ce     j     ���,
direct    w">':'   ' !
profit.
Cosy Corners a ,
AU communications tddre
Cor.   Sixth and   Cam g,.
will moot With
tention. 2.   iy
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h     .     ^"    i     .
.. your i K]    i.    iii this
modem painless methoi *   am
ni have bee i ���  cusl     ed to ]
IOU   !
:    :
���     id      ke     bigs vi g.   Efficient
��� _ will Vip mst one nali
pn-      .   _     -     U, iy.p . I VV IU     UC    , '-     '----^
5ef o/': Teeth $5.
id Crowns each $5. OO
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50c
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���"    -Pure opices m   I��� I lb. pk&s.
���    tor   thirty    a l *��� *^-
'"" '"'    per "" PS "lava r_4"___
. be added  to the VjUcil it lilt-   I '
���  "'        full strength and weight. Money re-
ny name era ed .       ~ i V
turned it not better than any you hav<
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herein lefore    spec!
W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
. _.rl.'s Office, City Hall, New
J ''. ������ .t.  I. 11108.
M����__r^aa^���""���
RyaSS's Drug Store
WE   MEAN   IT
WHOLESALE a���J RETAIL
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ll.-l-;..    I. .1
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n   one,  I wo   and   th_r< i      .   said
as shown on th   _ ild   la ��� a d
t  , . ived and sanctioned b;   the <"' ��� '���
imi ii isioner of Lan '. and W r i ��� for
'rovince of Britlsl   Colum   a,
Dat.     thi    Ith daj   .1  \ . D.
190S.
A. E   BECK,
Soltclto)   tor iin1 Vancouver Power
(.Riiy  Limited.
SUBSCRIPTIONS COMING   IN
FOR  FRASER CENTENNIAL
important Notice
,  ... and  estimate   of
 ,  permanenl    lm- |
in' . i    stre ���:     (in-
ill . .... wer, ci tueni
lng)    Irave
���   dace 1 .ni view '���''
ed bj the school
��� ,      ran
,,,:,..    hours    '������:���
in thl oeco
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Acting Cil    ''������
;   ���   \\e   mlnsti   . B. C.
1308,
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" Get - Rich ��� Qtsick
Wallingf ord "
\ St ;\ of Promotion.      ��������� '���' Pl< asure and Profit.
PRICE: - �� $1.2 5
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
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Bargains      5    -^..............^.^^^H
Every Day   I
Af Morels a
RE   VOTERS'   LIST.
Smith's Sodas - 25cfrtn
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, 51.35 doz
Jelly Jars,     -      -    5Uc !lu/
See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we aru selling at jai..o
ADAM5& DEANS
.    ri_.li-_.__.
The following donations have     ���   i
received so tar towards    the    .loiii.r
(subscription collection Coi  the Simon
Fraser centennial   tund.   The    News
will acknowledge nny sent to Exhibl-
ijiion Manager, care of City Hall, and
ll a separate'account will lie opened at
one of the twmks,   Donations will bo
weleom.   at once ns the monument 13
irea Ij ordered.
Duke of Norfolk 	
\i   - Fraser I Hamilton) ...
|... k  ilosnell 	
i-. 8. Peters (Pra ier Lai. |
\   '���:. McKay   	
Hereby   given   that  a  pjlone 97.
40 piece Tea sets. EngnahChina,  14.50 to  $20.00.
10 piece Totlt-t  Sets decorated,
$2 50 to $10.00.
NEW things m China txtMtt
every week now.
Come and see.
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Court   will   be  Held   pursnanl   to th
Vo,._s'  List  Clauses  ot "New West
.       ,.    vcl    1888."    an.l   Amending
mlnstei   Ac. How,ay
I Vctl    ���.     His   Honor  B    ^    ,|ov';'' '
'',   , ',. Df the County Court, at the law
|SsIn this City, on Monday   the
m   t0 hear nnd determine Bueh ap
p'llcatlona   of   which  due   notic
���.,,.,.a eiven
GROCERS
.   l-Jeary  	
c.  .\. Fraser	
F asei   	
judge Howay   ��� ������   ���
I Mrs   Howay  	
j \. w. MeUiod ... ���
I 11. ;.. EJdmonds ���
W. .1. Whiteside .. ���
Aid. Shiles 	
I Aid.  Fader   	
Mrs, i-:. 1  Fader .
Ml - A. .!. Ashby ..
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jyj   I l'nn.'nn  	
Prompt Delivery  ���   11   wn��m 	
\\,i    Henley
.1   c. Armstrong  ��� ���
has I
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
Notice
Notice Is hereby given that the Van-
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c. G, Major,
11. c.  Major
!���'.   Major   	
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..,���.-..i,,i-.,. i;.-n.   \m 217-219 Columbia ->"<     ��� tin                                    By order, e
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couver 1 - company, Limited, has.H. M. Clarkson ..
^^^^^^^^^^^^^   this I deposited in ���  ��� H"-i!;S"lr'n|il. I I IH
for CONRAD, CARCROS:-. ATLIN,|try office at  Hie City of New West-
given.                                            WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSDN   and        ^        BrmHh   Coiumbla,   the   plan, ,.,.������.,
.���   ���,,,.a,,���s   hftVtag   business   with   pMRBANItS.    Daily trains   (except-             *                      ��                 yVst I ^^^^^^
xll   poisons   h.ivr5]     _                ^                      ^^               a���engers,   ma .  and  book <     .tlu - t ^^KdvkH'i 'l��B
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19C3
THE DAILY NEWS
lacrosse team  keep to their  engagement,  and offer  the   suggestion   thai
Published by the Daily News Pu���-;:-*" ���'*���*������ ^ itse-f ��>' the tinhorn ele-
their' ment' and come into the arena as true
liBhing  Company,   Limited,   at
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and
streets. New  Westminster, B.  i
C.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
FRIDAY. OCT. 2,  1908.
Frout i sPorts,  taking defeat  when  it comes.
._ tas ; ������!��� i.j.ine; stone to future success.
: A.s an aggregation, the Vancouver
team would like to have been with us
yesterday and mei the Capitals on our
oval, but the loud-mouthed humbug
..I a few lians< l-s-on was alone the
reason why the management of the
Exposition hnd to show that their
presence  was non-essential.
Wo think that tiie interest of yesterday was sustained beyond any experience, in the history of the R. A.
& I. society successes, and now that
the break in the ice has  been made,
to  lower  their  rate,.     Now ,ht,  pos_
department is aboul to Institute
,t system of rural mall delivery, which
,. \   ���   .; immense vain,. t0 ,,,,. ,������...
inion generally and  tai titers |n    .,.,,.
tr.    Upon ihis subjeci  the Post-
mas;.    I n."-.il aiinoniii.eii ,,,, ��� .-,-,.
th.. isnol.il- pan of his own trumpeter. [ha,  an  existing  mail   ro    ���-,    i���
| utilized a  column  and  a half  of  his I Canada   will   be   equipped   with   rural
...   boxes, whilst  al the junction
,,.- evi rj concession line with th   m
be people    will    be given
board of control we say: Think I
over, elect directors to meet the <���-.-���
and make It a feature for I'.iOO.
WISE   POSTAL   REFORM.
The Conservative candidate, acting
1 journal  a  daj   i r two ago to blazon
forth  In  an  unblushing  way whai  hi
regards as hi; own  virtues and abili-'
ties,   iii the course   of this   editorial!
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THE   RAGE   OF   NEW   YORK
1   *   OPERA    HOUSE,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER
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YESTERDAY'S ATTENDANCE.
We   were  glad   that    in  the   great
multitude gathered at the Exposition
yesterday to have such a large contingent of our American cousins from | there will be open navigation tor the
across the ..oundary. Surprises are
in a measure unknown to the great
people south of the 49th, but the wide-
eyed, open-mouthed, appreciation of
the magnificent display of fruit was
only capped by the honest expression
of surprise at the exhibits in horseflesh, cattle, sheep, pigs, etc., but
when it came to the district competitions their praise was lost In adjectives. We were glad to shake
hands with the good people of the
Slat.- of Washington, and are sorry
that ln the rush of our great Exposition, we forgot to By the Stars and
Stripes in honor of the jovial crowd
who celebrated with us yesterday the
evidence of the bounteous harvest we
enjoy. Very few of our American visitors were of ihe lean kind, and as
their portly forms s-hook with laughter at many funny things tbey saw-
in our Sockeye Row. one realized that
the sustaining foods they used more
than made up for the waste, in tissue.
We hope next year to see our neighbors of the Republic visit us again.
We also are glad to note that a little pique of one man, .and that man
only Archie McNaughton, did not keep
tho good citizens of Vancouver away | place in our Exposition, but today it
from the fair, on the day they are is, to use dog Latin, non es: cum tata
generally expected to be here In large | bus. is not in evidence. We offer the
numbers, and the record attendance| suggestion that there should be com-
of yesterday from Vancouver goes to petition tor medals and diplomas for
show that the public mind of the Ter- the proper selection and canning of
minal City is not in accord with such fish. The cannery men would enter
tinhorn hold-ups. The Exposition | into tlie scheme with zest, and it
management is to be congratulated -would be ono of the best advertising
that it did not give way to the plead-' mediums for the Fraser river.
ing to be allowed to play at the ninth! Apart from the competition to te
hour yesterday, but were firm in their decided by experts, it would make a
answer that other arrangements had very interesting section, especially if
li.-en made which must be adhered to. It were annexed to the Rue fisheries
���lust here lei us say we woui', have dis; lay put up by the Fisheries de-
been glad to have had the Vancouver  partment of the  Dominion.    To    the
future and ibe substitution of baseball by two strong teams will put us
beyond dependence of the whim of a
dictator or dictators of the active la-
crossists of the Terminal City. We
did well without them yesterday; why
not try it again?
The ery of boycott raised against
this city can only have one result if
it is entertained seriously, which we
doubt very much, that result would lie
the .practical severing of business relations and the entering upon an active cohesion with Victoria's trade
| distribution, but the good sense of
this and the Terminal Citj* will not allow our mutual Interests to be disturbed because a tew poor sports
think th.-y have a grievance.
A SUGGESTION.
The onlj' exhibit having canned salmon in its composition shows that
which was tanned away from the
Fraser river. This has been noticed,
and goes to show that the public
grasp every detail. There was a time
when canned salmon, one of our principal products, had a very Important
privili --" "l" having boxes located  for
, me. receipt  and collection   of    their
nllghtened electors of New|ma��� aa deBlred.   ah the arrangements
  ^^^^^^^^^^ institution    of    their    service
requires a free postal delivery from .^.^ ,,.,.,.. maill. ;ul , |, wi��� be [n
door to door, and further, that "with iugurated at once. Th(. svstem ,..,,
Mr.  Taylor .at   Ottawa,   the   interests,.,,,. advantBgei  that  it  can ,)e ,mi.0_
effort, which has proved highly diverting to :ht   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Westminster, we ar.- told that the citj |'for tlu.
3RD
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $j..qo a
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of free delivery throughout British Columbia would be pushed. Realb !
we do not quite understand what the
-interests" of free delivery may be,
but it is certain that with a pract.ic.il
business man like Mr. .lardine as the
parliamentary representative of this
division the "interests" of the people;
would be served in fl thoroughly j
efficient   manner.
The Liberal candidate put the true
position of the question of free de- ''
livery in a plain, Intelligible way in]
the interview published In yesterday's
Daily News. He pointed out thaw-hen the population attains to twelve
thousand and the revenue stands at
$20,000 then free postal delivery will
be instituted in the city at once, under the Government regulations
Therefore the "push" of .Mr. Tayloi
is wholly unnecessary. The desired
boon will come about automatically as
soon as the growth of our city w.i -
rants it. At the presi in rate of progress this cannot be long hence; the
population now exceeds eleven thousand and the postal revenue is not far I
short of the required sum.
This plausible idea of the Conservative candidate will not cm much Ice,
for it is too well known that the Liberal Government lias In its twelve
.���.ears administration turned ihe bun.
deficit, of the post office department
which resulted under Conservative
nil- into a surplus of $1,101,827; has
reduced the rate of postage on inland
letters and those to the United States
to two cents per ounce, on local
drop letters to one cent, and on letters
io Great Britain to two cents n. r
I otinc-.. The same administration has
also Instituted a really efficient and
ch :.'. money order service, one excel-
Get the Habit
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lined   at   a   cost   which   the country j
can afford to pay, and it will expand,
and evolve gradually at a ratio of cost
that  cannot  prove  burdensome.    And j
all tbis  has  been  accomplished  without  the "pushing" of Mr. Taylor.
THIS
Political Intelligence
East Kent.
Dresden, Ont..,   Oct. l.���East    Kent'
Conservatives    have    nominated    Dr.
Stewart, of Thamesville, tor the Commons.
Yarmouth.
Yarmouth, N. S., Oct. I.���Yarmouth
county   Liberals   today   nominated   B.
B.  Law, ex-M.P.
is the age of publicity, hence
our never-ceasing story about
"The Fair," the New Westminster store where many people
���ln fact, most people���are
������getting the habit" of shopping
in. They often come in wondering it we have "it." .<..nie
little "knick nack," and often
are really surprised to find we
have   it.
Come  ani   see   us   aud   lind
out  for yourselves.
"��� M. FRAZEE
Presents thi   .    ���   ,,: ,
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A KNIGHT
FOR A DAY
Exactly  as   presented    tor ou,. -, ,
���������'al'  In   Chicago,  five month, ,,
New York, and five month  In
Boston
Superior Casl of Prin
 ,     nei'-ai.-. includ-l
ing BOBBY BARRY md ELSIE HERJ
BERT,  and   a Stunning c<
Sixty.
onipaa; oil
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East Algonia.
Toronto, Oct. 1.���W. U. Smythe,
P I', for  Algoma,  was  nominated
the Conservatives    to   oppose  A.
Dymenl in the East riding, today.
Seai   Sale   commenc
Oct. 5th, 'a a.m.
Dorchester.
Quebec. Oct. 1.���Mr. Dechesne, merchant, of  St. Clair, has   been   chosen
as the Liberal candidate for Dorchester countj*.
Sir Wilfrid's Hopes.
Cornwall, Ont.. Oct.   1.���Sir  Wilfrid,
Laurier  addressed    a   large    meeting
here yesterday, receiving a most    enthusiastic reception.    Iiis speech con
sisted of a defence of the government.
tie   stated   that   it   nii-tht  have   done|
even better than it had had it got rid
ol more of the Tory officials that  ;t
found In office.    Cornwall had   never
rewarded his previous visits by elect-
leni result of which has been to com-   lng a supporter,  but  he    hoped    this
express companies and banks | would be. changed this time.
Special   for   Today���Playing   Cards.
2  packs for  25c.
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The Fair
240 Columbia Street
New Westminster
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"We buy  for .ash  and  sell  for ihe
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Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   37a
BOWELL &   ODDY,  Proprietor*.
Pnces-$2.00.  $1.50,  $1.00, 75c, 50c.|
Lower Fraser Riverl
Freight and Passenger bervice per
SS. "Favorite
Carrying frelgh ind pai enger. i
all points between >;������. Westmiustei
���md Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker'd wharf failjl
at '���', p.m., except Sa: ird l; ; u . p.m.;
additional trip on M a I. lea. _. j
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Returning  li >������ e \\ Island 1
a.m. dally,  exi epl Frida      it 6 a.m;
additional  trip on Sal lea ���.
at ".::;n p.m.
Calling    at    Steveston      i   11
Thursdays and S ll
Tickets   to  Ste.        :. .   i
cents on Sal ui -I i     ��� a
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Visitors to our Great Fair clo not have to go out of this town for their Shoes. Experience has taught
us the needs of the people as to Shoes. We carry only the choice lines of all the best made shoes
that money can buy. Our Stock is Tremendously Large and specially adapted for the Wet Fall
Trade.    Here are some extra Low-Priced Shoes for this week :
Men's Working Boots
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tf  It's L ,,r:\'d   Boots,    cons       is,
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Vien's Fine Shoes
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th.   childi en1,   i ���������   an air of Horn
and   -.  ei in   all       noai     appearand
Tli<'  prices  on  our    Hoys'  and Girls'
Shops ,.-.   the lowest in the province,
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This I   the .-tore for medium priced   *   Gun  Metal ,
L    les' Pine .shoes.
\Ve ������   ��� e tabllshlng a t_ame for the
qualltj   Ladies' Shoes.    We Bell
$.1.00 to $3.50 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
1.00,   $8\50   and   \   Shoes.
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j     ents,   Out)   Metal   and   Kid,   al    ��3.00   >      '���' '   '
j     l:;iri  $3,50,    All  beauties, *   - :��� ,   .      at $4.50 ;   pair.
j      'or  $3.00  to  $3.50 I
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mi  , . i Bar.   Our Pati i
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VISITORS   to   New   Westminster Fair art- c ir to
make this store their headquarters while in the- c end
special invitation to our mail order patrons t. coi
themselves known to us. as there are many of them whon   v.    ,
knov, through our letter order department.
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Big Sale of Women s
Suits, Coats and
Skirts
$40.00 Women's Suits for
$30.00
In fine unspotable Broadcloth
$27.00 Women's Suits for
$20.00
In all the newest of cloths,
chevrons, stripes, etc..
Big Bargains in Blankets, 25 p.c. off Regular Prices
aii  ol Blankets   ���   ���   ��� all-wool whit*
trom   $2.50 to
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Furnishing
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..   patterns,    I        90    ami
rd, ior. 60c per yard
Make and Lay Free.
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.  NEW WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.    i
Opposite  Lome  Street.      Phone 73. \
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Po   cu flower   Tor any floral wort
ring . i'   "'.:    the florist.   Phone 184. *
Tod ireed      hi   ha    beei
waitin. .    ii.   the  I"" :,< d.    iall
will con ui  befori   ��� ip    ,,:    ad "igh
In  tti ...   cou     on a cha -���������  o
Buppl In quo    ti   Indians  a    I ing
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Alexander Broadcloth  Suitings at $1.25 per yard
this :      fabric ...
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Stupendous Values in White and Colored Bed Spreads
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the strong ivi on thi   roai   toda
The  sui ��������������� .ated   ���������   o   absorbing
Inter. as u       m ������������  line ol    *���
largumen   in ma rled                               \
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the  com .an ell I til          hi udl<
th.           c offe  ...    I eai      Ca
are  runnii _   '��� . 'oup   01   three,  fou
and   ' ' -          he   demands.    ..'
The Inti      ��� i worl ing !- ���
ter   thai 'e.  and  < .'������r>   el
ort ii -   -    peed   .omhine.i    ���:
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Covert   Cloth   Coats, plain  ana
stripe effects. Prices 15.00 to 2a5.00
Gibson Style Plain  Broadcloth Coat,
in Mack and  navy,    16.50 to 24.00
Handsome   Voile Skirts, naw, cream
and Wack.           -         12.00 to 18,50
BEST STYLES IN MILLINERY
THE FASHION CENTRE
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HALF PRICE
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Monster Sample Sale
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The Last of the Season
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Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.  C
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deal as to coi rei tnei a,    qualltj
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to be Judgetl  by our recoi I     11
IAIN OF FAML. j cannot afford to paj tor your m  I
'RTH WESTERN,    LTD.! we will Bupplj  same free   of chai
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���oth *]". :t �� lighted  with
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| -   equipment   consists   of
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W- PARKER.
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
l'.s.-can give you bettei ralua   on
tpeOtaolei  thnn  other_.     We   ma'.<''  ���
tcon'l Avenue. Seattle. W��ah'���""''li'-v of Wi Un-*
QOOKSLEY'S
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POSTCARDS
AUK  NOW  ON  8 A MO  AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY  STORE.
J.   G.   GAMON'S CIGAR   DIVAN.   F.
MACKENZIE'S   DRUG   STORE    and
���THE FAIR," Columbia Street.
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in vtilli    i' ' ...     ..    ....   mouth ���
of the i . - '    river oti 1 ue  la      1      f
bodj  w.i ���. entangl. d In thi I   ���' ol ���
;ni -.. l.nt  bei nine loc lent I   ih iri
Ij al er ll wai broughl to the bui taci.
..I   uni. tn thi    bottom   before  the
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believed to be the remain., of either
Wright OT Fline ihe two men who
were drowned In f .. Fraiei list week,
The police have been dragging for
the liod)' but   without  success so far.
���nd talk InaurAfiee In i serlout way. and I am sure it will mean
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I have been writing Insurance here for ten yers now, and the
���i'mien  I  represe"l are all  reliable Canadian companies which
1 no eulogi-s as their records are a splendid evidence of the
I  -   ne��B  methods  an^  prompt Daymen,  of  losses.
I can save you money on your premiums if you give mo a
chance, and at the same time will be making a fair profit myself.
Let me quote you a rate on  your old and  n=w business.
fot    sale���Seven    roomed    house,
bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   wood- *
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
shed;     horse   stall,  carriage   house;
fruit trees; on full lot.    For further  *-""
particulars apply to owner. 1. 2 KiKhth
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.    ,     up ��� ���. ng  mil  ing teats, j self-con      ui teed ........
e ol     :.     etc'   Herd       ���;. i      '  ���' ''���      ���      need to bi     ro isi I
ci nis will        ..  ������     The ofii .  r ..].'.;    ���������"������   ' . >    menu    li tli
el were:    r.   !���'. Page, Mt ;qui, .... s:        !: . "'������  'i;    '��� '������ ' ' ��� *> ���   ���   ��� ������' ���-.    .':: I
del      Jci     ii  Stevens,  Ebiirm      .:,...   .:-.v.n  :  if you hav.   failed in your un-;
,11'     lent; T. Laing, Eburne, secretary. ! dertal.iiigs;   if life lm.. u  -ani nothing
trea   irer, and nn ��� iecutive con      ing   "": ���' continual grind, with no better-;
of A   Haines, Dewdney, K. McDonald, | ment, no progress, uo up-lift, il every-!
,1.  Hlggins    and    W.    X.    Townsend, j thing  seems  to go wrong,  then it  Is;
Eburne time for you to know the reason why
Mr,  Page occupied  the   chair    and   '-">'] remedy.    All of us ere inure    or
about   twenty  members    enrolled    at  less governed  by our own view point
once.   Th.  nexi meeting will be a   th(   and   mr own  narrow  little circle, de-
cal! cf thi   seen  ary,    The  president I   ires, ambitions,    und efforts,    conse-
hunioronslj    remai   ed   thai   ihej   had  quently  we   miss   the   issues   that do:
good preci -mu      ..    an  organ tal   m   " ���'  <   '      within our range and  with
w hi. ,    egan in h  manger, ; thai      .. ���     .   life's greatest   possibili-
l.ool    i oui   ..i.it   and   see  how j
Rc-.jma's Nominee. ��� ���'���     capable men  are tied to
;,,._;.,,   Sask., Oci, 21,   The Consei '       '   of  things    mediocre    with
vatives   Imvi   nominated   Mr.   I'homa   jnothing  bettei  In   ,'lew than    a    con-
Ikinsi ...  on    of il       I      ii lei nen imi,     Mil av, her like    ivai lng
for the Common .    Four aameu   m   ���     ^    '>" ���   -l "     o   turn    u       Mr   Bt.
.....   ��� . .    .......    mi   no  ball it  Albai     I - fitted   to  help
, .      . .      hive wii hdi ev. Jusl     ich nu        I |i       nee  w i h
un ..ii mi ex    nsive  om   m
To I the "All-Red"' Project,       md ..... ���,.     ixard   ind   it
Oci. 1     ' i    Co i sincei .,, i      n.i   claim        i H
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ror '' i : ..       -. i . ',   .   ���  .i i   ���" i.      :���. . ol led   fortune-telling, In
.   mifnon ivealih     uitho ol     based    on a  H
ling lh. Red" line projei i |u ,, i   the  n sail     Is  ^
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Nev; Lord Mayor of London.     N tn io ei jole you  with  entertain    *,
London   ,Oct.   I,    Sir  Oeorgi    Wyatl   In fs o|     inpossible   success,   bul
-;   iscotl   wa     let-lei da ���   elei ted   Loi I tm      , tiftil und accurate ad-
Ma; ir of London in succession lo Sii   .'ice, no .   ,!:���  h      ii   pleases or
John Charles Bell. displ ai... ,ou; ihe 'i .., n, Ib the thing,
 ��� Parlors, so urrang. i    lhal    vou  will
���   in.  othei   callers,     Hours  from
I ton  to nine p.m.
'���' ward    St.    \lhans,    Palmist    and
Psychic, Hotel Russell, parlor and re-
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OF LIBERALS
Will be held at the Liberal Club,
New Westminster, on
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When final arrangements for thc
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CRAKE
Robert iai'dine the Uheral
Candidate will be Present.
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X whatever is intended to win an in ��� ''
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���i- shion Craft Suits and Overcoats posses: all
X dist'incti i   whic ith fine tail ���
y added advantage of being ready
.  '"ss in cost, and bette ���     an
���'- ready-to-wear.    T ke for gra ted w<
;.. . /er i; worth youi while in
Conservative   Styles for Elderly
Nobby   Styles for Young Men
Attractive Styles for Boys
Exclusive   Styles  for   Children
j; We think every man and buy should
j*   kind of clothing, because we know, as thi
?  cannot know, how splendidly it is made.   D
entirely from   the common   hum-drum sorts 1    Tj
which you've been accustomed. If you want soiw ���
thing really distinctive in a Fall Suit or I ivercoal  j.|
this is your store.
REID & CO.
t    The Clothiers. Phone 442
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GILLEY BRO!
 LIMITED
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Ladles'Hold Watcnea trgm J12.75up.!                Farewell to  B.  c
Qentlemen'fl   Silver   Watch""    open;    winnj. , .,
f:"- ��G*00* ���   | Douienwlll '
Gentlemen's Bilver  Watcnes.  double
HO.     Mon slguor
I   pro'uably   return     lo
������KNIGHT for a day." York, und al   the Tremon!  in  Boston, Third Walkem Trial.
At   the  opora   house    on  ThurHduy, having  establishetl  its reputation    as      Vancouver,     Oct.     I,   'Phi
third
aae, $7.50 ��jd. [British t'olum la to wind up his eon-   Oct, 8; will i.e seen ������ \  Kni��hi   |'oi  a o   musical  comedy  of  unusual   merit, walkem trial was get down yestenla>
Agent l..r the celel 'ated Bomb Tlend | nectlo: '  d/iceso of New West-   Kay,"   which is   being   pi uluced   in   a 'Hie lending co dj  roles are In    the j (ov n,i. 7,    hih Honor Judge i.am,.
ie will return to'few  .>!'  the  largesi   citli     onl;      This hand:!
.  in    residenceI piece  i-   deservedly   -.        | niar,  Its ��� l":i> irl-i
��� Ier   ol the Oiiln   1 Or    long  run   In  Chicago ul   lhe  Whitney soniesl
Watelies. supplied   '"    the    Welluian | minster hicli   m will return to  few  of  the  largesi   citie:   onl;      This hand*!   of '''i1    known    comic   opera mani  of   Victoria,   lia-   been   nsslgned
Arctli   Expedition,     unwarranted. Rome and will 1 ,  ;;,    residence I piece  Ifl   deserveill>   v.   s   , ular,  Its [fuvorkcE   with   the  largesi  and  li.iml    ,,, h,.,,- the case
Chains, RlnEfl, ���Je^"'"-'";' "rekao-n- f at th�� ''"        '   "   '" "'"'|li'   '��� Or    long  run  In  Chicago ul   ihe Whitney somes! chorus of beiuulex ever    seetiij	
Watch   repalilns.     enargea   reason j (j _ ^   wallnck's ihcutre N.-w    'o, I ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NBWH
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Painters and Decorators
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
 $H,4C0,0CO.0O
CAPITA!.  $11,000,000.00
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Utteri of Credit .��-   =u.
1     WOrld' ���   ,���.      Deooslts received in sum.- of Jl and W"f*>*
hrn-c^S atTp- cent,  per annum  (present rate,  added
.    four times a year-
|w Aiieti over $lC8.000.000m                                     BRYMNER   Manan-
N-a-W WE8TM1N8THRBBANCH '��        ""_ ,	
$l a week deposited with us
.iniount  to
The Wonderful Achieve- i��ii ",'n"'J' it wuuM
ment of a Dollar Bill ��� ;v '',JZ-,��� notum.
And, rememher, please,  that a���>    f^^**
t0 make you rich over-nlght Is a safe thing
������' alone' n���    noiiar or more
, Btar��  today by deposing One D��ltar oi
Savings Department,  if  yon  are  seeking a solid
,  upon which to bnlld a future competency.
General   Banking Business Conducted.    Collections are
Promptly   and   Satisfactorily   Made.
MANUfACTURCRS ARE
Will REPRESENTED
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9 Good Displays of Agricultural Implements, Hardware and Dairy Utensils.
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���      Th      Man    ���    irers'   building  this
J  year in both wings represents several
5 lot the best known aames of business
iii nis   carrying  on operations  in  the
province, more esp
of    hardware,
utensils.
-dally In the lines
and     dairy
carriages,
All new and the very
latest.
Anything in our store,
nothing reserved.
This is a chance of a
lifetime to get a stock
of new records at very
little cost.
This sale will last all
Exhibition week, over
4000 records to choose
from.
Come early while the
selection is good.
75c. Records
Sale Price 50c.
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I J. H. Todd's Music House
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Burr Block, 351 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
And Chilliwack
Gilley   Bros.
I     In  ;he  east   wing   the   first  exhibit
j noticed is that o_ the well known firm
lot   Gilley   Bros.    Then..   is   shown all
j kinds of building material, and household coal and coke.    \.- Messrs. Gilley
deal  with the  Vancouver Island collieries, their exhibits of coal, bltumln-
ous. aud anthracite are well dlsplay-
5   ed, while there are many other inter-
Q   estlng objects, as Vancouver Portland
cement    and   Clayburn    compressed
I ..lie'.,. The product of the firm's quarry  at   Pitt   Lake   Is  represented,  together with a  large block of granite
from the same neighborhood, quarried
trom a. deposit not yet worked. With-
I out doubt this ii the best exhibit ot
I what nature has done geologically for
the  Fraser   valley.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
T.  .1.  Trap:. &  Co. have  a display
of  carriages of all kinds,  and among
Tue   wagons   are  examples of  Stude-
baker  &  Adams.    They  have several
exhibits of machinery  in motion, including a grain crusher, grain cutter,
iand' Fleury ensilage cutter, with oar-
ri-i*.   Among the machinery for agricultural purposes are Cockshutt drills,
Sharpies   cream   separators,    assortments of Fleury &. Cockshutt   plows,
root, and straw  cutters,  and  a large
quantity of  buggy   harness.    Outside
i.s   a threshing  outfit,    consisting  of
20-horse-power engine, and S2x58 sep-
[arator, built by  the J.  1. Case com-
,-,,.any.    Trapp & Co.  are also agents
91 for  the   Louden   Machinery  company,
��� I which  shows barn tools, cow stanch-
��� I ions,   feed  carriers,  and  many other
<�� i necessities.
Cream   Separators.
T. Ovens has an exhibit of logging
I camp outfits, including every  variety
jof pulley, etc.   Three exhibitors make
a,    ,
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                | a specialty of cream separators. E. G
Prior & Co.. the well known ftgricul-
I! turn
RnvM. BANK V CANADA
Westminster
Transfer Co.
O. Box 471.       Tel. ������
Res.  423 11
Estimates   Submitted.
Exhibition   Program
Capital and '-''.������-.-
$8,290,000
Incorporated
lr.C-J
Total Astctt
$47,400,000
Office 'Phone 18,.     Barn 'Phon
Columbia  Street
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAYS ,
stminster Branch.      F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
INTEREST  ADDED   FOUR  TIMES  A  YEAR.
HOME   savings BANK, in large, mcdli n and snia.i
. furnished on application.
Daj
ige   delivered   promptly
any part 01 the city.
137
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COAL
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT-
Tenders for Heating
.. Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers o!
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Unces,   Castings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
Today.
10:00 a.m.���. hii I  "��� -    '���'���"���-���
;���,,.. ...in.���Stock parade.
2:00 p.m.���Horse jumping competi
tion.
2:00 p.m.���Boys' brigades  drill.
2:30 p.m.���Boys' races
,.������ p.m���Baseball match-Bellin
.'..un vs. New Westminster.
8:00 p.m.���Annual meeting of R
j    ���  I   society in the City hall
General Machine Work and & -
BLACKSMITHING
'Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths I	
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
l-.|-r,.,��       VL'.
Office and Works:
TENDERS  are   called   tor   heatlni 	
*eui ���"Zl.TcTT^ti renthStreet,   ���   NewWestminster
Part,C"la1'8 afEPlaj   Fader  Northern,;	
the  offices  ol   t-   ���������   ' l .
Ciown  Bank building, du��� regu Un ;
r "     '        .,    -, .,.-. ,ra will be rereiv-,
office bourse,    lenuers
. tural implement makers, the De Laval
! Cream  Separator  company,  and  the
; Magnet  Cream -��� < arator, put up  by
I the Petrie Manufac uring company, o��
Hamilton, Ont.   These exhibits arouse
much interest .among the dairy farmers, and  the principal of the various
systems  is being  explained to  large
numbers of visitors.
Some  Hardware Firms.
The    Walworth.-R.ols ton    company,
j limited, Vancouver, have a very large
Ai display of carriages, electric Incubat-
._        _ I prs,   engines,  an.l   a   hundred   other
Band concert  in Indus-1 things, all of whicli are very attract-
^^^^^ ive, and are in charge   of a capable.
Saturday, j expert.   The McLennan. McPeeley Co.
10:30 a.m.���Indian lacrosse match,  j have  also a  large  showing of hard-
1:00  p.m.���Stock parade. ware, and In thl.   tonnectlon mention
2:00 p.m.���Horse   jumping  competi- should be made of the extensive line
' -'  ranges  an!  other  similar exhibits
���--    which
5:00  p.m
...,,, ..... Agricultural building.
i
!.,i  till  Oci ���' ���
1.   1908
M  If 6*.'*
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Accommodation
Wanted!
tion,
3:30 p.m.���Lacrosae match���Capitals vs.  New Westminster
8:00 p.m.- Eli Ctrl .li-; I iy an i
rts In bull lings.
Manufacturer of
ro accommodate all tl
ll   the city  during   '.-'
Francs  Cutting   Declared  Forfeit.
Vict-   ia.O. .' "���     ;       '
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i. Box   345
Mineral Waters, Etc
"������- :':ii..--i FOOT Cf SIX1K. -  - ttB BBraillSrai      ^r.,!fd Water..
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r"*NEVi   WESTMINSTER.   *   C.
B. C. Mills, Timber mi
i   Traiikg Coi
.in.,  U is d^d that all household-' .   I       J    '
.    i  to offer ace mm ,  ; n
.,,   ,   ,.     ������ , th.    Canadian
,     enable   rates   will   lea*        ���    wM<
qu<
st. an -
\l::x. qarrett,
Chairman of Billeting Committee
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I      VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
j Manutocturar* and Cfamata m Ail Kind* ot
(Umber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doorti,
j Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fmk Boxes.
j Large Stock Plain and Fancy Gla*��.
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New W-tmin.
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���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
ug me..ns a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK .SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
nates on work of any description or quantity Quoted
on application.
I Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 3��8
EAT
AT THE
Colonial Hotel
"Under New Management
BEST 25c. MEAL  IN THE CITY
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her iv    not    tha
earner. o   thi    Belzure,
was v . ��� ���. or ou id. the 1 hree-mlle
limit. His lordship finds that she was,
and declares the schooner her boat
an.l tacgle forfeited.
the c   " lanles    for
son   .-.:   Sti     man    are    agents.
:  .��� - '.-, ird. i��� ������  firms  trom  Vancou-
,   ���    :-.   well :        lented,
Hardman, 0_ir,-,?i & McClughan.
of th ;:-;:;: - e      shown
���i - i        ��� .ul! ling is \\w
��� :. '; by 1 ardman, Ja .. -���
,*,   Mi ��� , aterprlaing firm
the  __.i*>ilit  of
ill   :. 1 '    ���     "i'.'Il   lt    is
. ing   fourtei n   o!   the   celebrated
"  II able ranges,'  >< i:: I       thi   very
;.-;. si  :  pe ol     mg - made and sold
he world t< lay,   -v representative
..:��� Malleable Steel Range Manufacturing Co.. of Indiana, is in attendance,  demonstrating the various spe-
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Union Labor   White Help Only
J. E. Robbing Manager
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oakes   foi   "���" showins
section Hardman ft Oom
  porcelain, eic, kitchen Blnto.
Following is the revise* schedule of tiui latest patters c ^ ^
:h���   house  league   bowling   games   to  lavatories. ^   ^ y galnod ��� fore-
lu, played at the WestWnster alle/S,    The firm has rap    .j* ^^ o
this mouth
ROFESSIONAL.
K  JVHBALLER,   BAKRI8TBB,   SO
��� A. lleltor, etc.. 42 Lome Street.
I opposite Court House New Westmin
I ster.    Phon* 143.
| M1HITESIDB  &  EDMONDS, Barrl-J-
' W    ters and solicitors, Blackie B1K.,
���f, ff    ters and solicitors, BiacKie ��.-... 22__,
IX     New Westminster. Pnone .--    JI Columbia street.   N��    WeijW   ���     0ct. 23_>
.!. . ,,1, lt���t rT W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
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Oct. 5���No. 7 vs. NO. 8.
Oct. 6��� No. 9 vs. No. 10.
Oct. 7��� No. 11 vs. No. 1.
Oct. S���No. 2  vs.  No. *.',.
Oct. 9���No. 4 vs. No. 5.
Oct. 12���No. 6 vs. No. 7.
Oct. 1^���No. S vs. No. 8.
Oct. 14���No. 10 vs. No. 11.
Oct. 15���No. 1 vs. No.  4.
Oct. 16���No. 2 vs. No. 5.
Oct. 19���No. 3 vs|  No. (5.
Oct. 20���No. 4 vs. No. 7.
Oct. 21���No. 5 vs. No. 8.
!���No. 6  vs.  No. 9.
Oct. 23���No. 7 vs. No. 10.
The firm nas ui���u..
most place in this city by reason ot
the practical workmanship of each of
the. members, and several of the best
buildings in New Westminster have
been certainly fitted out as regards
1 stoves, I'-.ni plumhlng, by them.
No one visiting the fair should fail
' to see this exhibit.
Other Lines.
The     Canadian   General   Electrical
company has a good display of dyna-
! mo, etc., and the Dunlop tyre is also
represented.    Some useful wire uet-
j ting for farmers Is shown in the ex-
: htbit of ths B. C. Anchor Fence com-
1 pany.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.     *
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FRUIT EXHIBITS GAVE
JUDGES MUCH DIFFICULTY
aws
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��� ] Keen    Competition      in    the    Different
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Classes   Because  of  Excellence  of
Sample.   Shown.
There's   no  reason   why   you        |
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.       '
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more - is  absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get   WINDSOR.
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' ', splay of fruit _ of all j
Apples,   an;    itner     vajiety,   ;.    I
Alex.   i.    :... '    Li ton;   2, \V. .\.  Mi !   g
dleto
Provincial     < xhibitlon
coll ction  of   fall  a.
i ]iles, not :,'.|' s'arleties, ti ���
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of  deciding ^^^^^^^^^^|^^H
ijners oi   i *'.i au extreru l.v dif- j 2,  B. nald,   Kelowna;   3,   VV.
This is the season to il-^*11  '!" i; B1"'"  ,: :"
Y   .      full   i   ' ��� '  awards  being prin
cut your ��� ;;i this  ..
CORD
WOOD
events j Midjieton,  Vernon.
Apple: ,  best   c        ll m   winter   a.
^les   noi varli ties, ti
' of each���1,  J. L. Pridham,   Kelowna
��� WE have a full line,
* including Disston,
;' Shurly & Dietrich,
and other makes.
Division  I.���Fruit.    ^^^^
Appl -   "���     pears  only.    All   otheru    q,   y>  .    .. Kelowna;     3,  Al
exhibits         1  to  the  world.                 ' L,acho
ESasI         -     li   Bi in!:                                .. ���   ial 1 ���   ;      for honii
\, , .        Uravenstein,    5-  1.   J.   i-':,,,,|  C0I) ; n   -..
Pridham   K lowna;   2, W,  A.   M   dl         \,: , .   .*, -1,   it.   A i _ ���! ���.
ton, V             '     !'��� L-aws, Endei            .;A1.].  Kel   ivna; J. Dunlop,  Lilloo
.Apples,  M< Intosh,  ���"     I,  I.  G,  Spin-,
t     _______________________________________________________________________________________���
T.     Appl.       '     ten's Blush, 5���1, v\. A. j
��� ! Xliddleton,   Vernon.
* Ap il 'der, 5���1, .1.   I
%   Lillo. e        J    W.   '������   Middleton,   Ver
non;   ;.   - ��� ml   Rich ��� ���   Ken m
A] pies,     Bl. nh. im    Orang .
I     .Prices Rigkt.
, :,,. .     1.   : ion il ;.   Kel iwn 1
:;. .1.  :.   P Kelo. ua.
Apple      K ���    1.  T   <;.   ���'.  M
J. L. Prii sh '.    I-" I11"'-'*.
Apple,.   Wagn,. -1,  T   G,   Spur:   i]
 K. ll.  Al   ;��� '������     \    sii.i,ileton.
*D      Apples, RibSton  Pippin, 5���     Alex.       Applet    Jonathan^ 5���1,  .1.   I..   Pri.l
%   Lochore,   Lj -���    V' ' hore'!ham;
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���   Ui ...   Lo iiore,   Lytton.
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Donald     -     .  1.    Prld ..in.:      ;.   1 .  G,
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2. .1. L. Pridham    3, !,.  M
Donald
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* 252 COLUMBIA STREET
* New  Westminster,   B.  C.
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ALL KINDS Of7
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the  best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block, New Westm.rister.
I     . _.        , Orang.    Pippin,   _    I,
J.  1..  Prl a lowna.
Cum a   ..  I, 5    1,   .',<���:.. Lochore, I
i- use,   5    I,  J.   1 lunlop,
_    ; iul<   Kichti   .   K
.;   3,  Alex. 1    e, Ly! on.
.Apples, ' .<i den   Russi t,   5���1,  .1.   L.
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���Eugene Sautml,       v
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Spur,
A] .ton  Pippin, i
1. T. ... 3pui     -    '   D .:.;.   1;  3,  B.   il
I):.nald.
Pea lett, 5���1,   il.   McDo
Pi ��� 1 Beauty, 5���1, B   M
Donald; 2. T. G. Sim: : 3   Franl   Rii
ter.
�� W                              .Apples. Canada Heel, a���1, Alex, lo- |     \<, . .   Bonn.    '���   rersey,
ilSI VA 3, Geo   .-;   1,   ���
A ACI. V C i'. ttuse,   5    I,   J,   l>nnliip,|     ,,, ���.s   Howell, 5���1, J. i.. Pridham;
2. B.   Mi Donald
Pel     .   Sheldon,   5���1,   T.   (I.   Spin-:
 ^���^^^^^-- I   I D.'i.-'.ld:   I I A.  MiiMli'h.ii.
Pridham, Kelowna;   2,   Eugeneo  Sanl        Pears,   Duch   is.    d'Angouleme,   5
mi, hill...'.': : ;'., VY, .'v. Middleton, Ver-| 1. -r  r,   Si ...  2   K. Itichter; 3, B. M
I non. Donald.
J      Ajiples       ami, 5    I,  W.  A.   Middle- '     Pears. I        e Boussock, 5    I, T.
\    01 ���   '. Sj :  .   2,  B.   UcDon 1  I.
j       Apples,  N ���: rn Grei ning, 5- Beurre     1"       eau,  5���1,   B.
111. Ali c,   L01   ���        ..    : in. McDonald; 2, .).  L,  Pri Ih im;   3, T. G.
. es.   Oi     rio,   5���1,   W .   A.   M   :    Spur.
' u,  Vernon, Pears, Beurre di   Anjou   5���1, .1   I..
P ee, 5    '..!.!.. Prid- liam;   2,  \V. A.  Middleton.
I 2,   \V. A.   .Middl-'t. Winter   Nellis,    5���1,  T.   G,
t| Vernoi 2,  B.   Mel ion, Id
...... . E11 ��� 11 . . 1. T. G. Spur,
...   wi P       .     .....  .   -, 1 ran    R 1   - sr.
Appli -.  Roxbui     ..-.���'.        I,       i.       p...���:;   .  vi.    ' ol     ..    del     :.    2,  it.
. m     Ki lowna tcDon ild;   3,  T,   G.   Spur.
 __._ ,       V Pears, anj    ithi (fall     5
     i.  B.   McDonald,  ',��� ���   iwna;        Geo   R ,,     :   ;;   McDona
Draper   ..
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Apples, Red Che. i; Pippin, Ueo.
it. Law. . . Endei by; 2, I-': ink Ftichter,
Ken meos,
Apples,   Salome,   1     \ I/.
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C   I Lytton;  2, ,1. L_. Pridham, Kelowna
"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
-William Jennings Bryan
WE WANT
 EVERYBODY	
to know that the place to buy, either   for speculation,  or  a   Five
Acre Home, where you get all City Facilities is
QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER  FRONTAGE
PLANKED  ROADS
DITCHED LAND
0OIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
INDUSTRIAL SITES
ALL  CITY   FACILITIES.
Call ami gel our Price I.i-.   al once, as L
means dollui    to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88. -1 Of>
m  _
I Electric Railway Service \
lnterurban   Line.
* Cars   for  Vancouver  and    war
* stations  will run every half-
* hour   from   5:50 a. m.     Last
* car lewvcs at 11 p. m.
* (Last ear lv, Vancouver 11:30.)
X Cars   leave the  depot    every
4 twenty minutes  for  both  Sap-
4, perton and city limits over the
I city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram f.
office 011 the hour, twe-aty mln- ���
ntes after and forty minutes af- *
ter, commencing at fi:20  a.  m. Z
Sappfrton Line: Cars leave S
at ten minutes after the hour, S
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:80 ���
11   m, a
Sunday Berviot   iiair-tiouriy )_�������� ;:-
tween 8.30 a m. ami 11 p.m.   '
British Co I urn lb 5 a Electric IRy. Co., Ltd
..���*���.���*������:.*���"���*���?)':���*���'.'.���.:������!.���:;���..������':���:;���:.���;:*:.*-.*..*:.* * * *>
�����   ��   * ��� .���
ENGLISH RAILWAY MEN
THREATEN TO STIiIKE
Half  a   Million   Employees   Prepare  to
Quit   Work   Because of   Hard  Conditions of  Life.
London,   i ><���;.    I.���A     su Ike     iliai
would    affeci     .-..in.iiit.j    railway    employees of England and  lie u;. trans-|
.in   iiimi on many lines in the United
i Kingdom,  Is Immineni   a_i  the   result
of  a   referendum   vote  shortly   to   bei
i taken   among     all   the   railway   em-
; ploj ees,
The unions ask an  increase In wa
ges, avi raging about 2."i per cent., and1
] the   definite   limitation   of   the   hours
I of w��.i k    villi double paj for  ill ..ver- ,
, time.    The  wage  of  the   English   Big |
j nal  mn n ages  aboul   $5 a  week,
skilled     . ngim ei s    gel   aboul   $16   a
I week,   and   guar Is,  correspondln      o
(-..mine!..:,-   in   America,  gel   aboul   $*-
a  wee!,,    [i       claimed  thai ilie    tn-
.|.e    ...   foieeii  to work  in.in  i 'ii
to eighteen hours a daj.
The  ��� ailroad    alii ge  lhal   I h      i an
i, ii   ml.ance   -.-.ages   withoui   i
linglness.
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
October 3���Th'fe Devil.
Oct. 8.-  Knlghi  for a  Dn
Oct. 11     Flaming .V. row.
Oct,  15.���Honeymoonors,
Oct    16. ���The Jefferson   Poj.
Oct,  2". -Holy   City,
Oct, 29.���Jusl  Oui  of Collegi
N'ov.   I.Too Proud to  Beg
j    \ov.   13.   Montana   Limited,
Nov.   IS.���Hip  Hip Hooraj
N'ov.   20.���Willard   Mack.
Nov. 26���The Mew Dominion,
Dec,   l. -Fun <.u  Broadwa*.
Dee. 2,   The Lion and the Mon ...
Dec.   3.- Little Johnnj   Jon
Dec, '���'     Arizona.
j     ii.-e.   L6.    Why  Olr!    I.    .    Home.
Dee,   21.   50   Mile    From   Boston
Dee.   21.   Bain ���   .ii  To; land.
li, e   ::.'    Sandy  Bo lo n
Dec,   23    The   Greal   Divldi
l ii e   30.   l'i.... ncc   Roberta.
I
OF THE BEST QUALITY
When a customer buys an article of clothii       or
she wishes something that will give them
tion in every particular.   It must be st,. |
made and of good quality.   Our clothing for     Les,   SI
misses and children has these required char:
tics.   We do not buy inferior brands, but
the best and sell the same at prices less -: j|
pay elsewhere.
eynier's
atflD PRiX. PARIS ,
oves
Reyni. iered an ph
Wi   .. - tl iwn of gloves
'��� -   your next gloves be Reynler's.
Suze te,  2  cla:     ' . . pr,.-
,    bei flnl sh.    Tan- and  browns
ml       Per pair         $2.00
Bonm val,   a 2-cla lac kid   ;1. ������    n  line  which
we  hi ve  nan.! ��� : ���       . .  Bhow n    In   shadi     i I
een, rdiaal tan,   rown, mod     la
'in I  white, Biz. t.   "'                      S1.75
.-   .' finish, sho
if   grey,  brow ������       ick ai     cvhite, '..      $1.50
I.' lia,   a   2 cla      ....    glac      Qni   i a an
.i   .   only.    A    peel il glo\ e at a special prlci
|^^^^H^|^^H.$1.25
p pique . <
;��� :��� pair 	
i;.   ��� :��� -    hand -��� wn   Si ���   i
; .. i    :! ���    bi    '
��� .:.. an I blai
H C tpe
^e with great wen
12 bul toi   lengtli   I Id   tan
��� ���     itton length   Sita
all
ned
-.'. ���  . '. ���.   . ��� ��� ���     .: i. i tan only,   ���
Boys'  tan  Ca ..   Kid ' Hove i
Ladies' Cheviot
Coats
Special Value for $13.75
Three-quarter length and material in a diagonal
eh. vioi, aii wool, a most serviceable wearing fabric. Color.- are navy, brown, draw- grey ami black. Blacks are
m-iiii and loose fitting; yoke is lined with serge ruing
ami M-.iiiis are bound throughout; collar is of same ma-
erial with Btttchlng on velvet a> trimming; cuffs are
nun back style with braid and ornament trimming; pock-
.-- an made with fancy trimmed Haps. Only a limited
number of this spe ini line; all sizes. :::: upwards. Our
ipecial price, each     $13.75
Heavy Rajah
Silk
Pure sill., ni extra heavy weight, for winter wen.
new .-.hading,- of reseda, navy, Alice blue, pink,
sky, grey, cream,  tuscan,    I.lack and  white,   per
yard     *?1'00
New Showing or
Ladies' Kimonas
The   best   value and the nlcesl styles ...
shown,   they are   made of  American  w ...,
...      !."---;''  j
^Hgt'1'-!
in   a   variety of  coloring.       We   arc   "
wrae   15  styles  in   both   shorl   and    loni
Each       HCO to *50C
Collister & C
ia*
t*%   I
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