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 Mite, Mules
F|RE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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POLITICS
BAN Of COUNTRY
Rev. W. H. Barraclough on
Sinister Influences of Public Life and the Ballot.
SUGGEST
ING Of
LICENSES
The "��� ming service a*. Queen- ,.-., .
nue. Methodist church was taken a I
vintage of b; tbi Rev, vv. 11. Barra-
cl&ugh -." speak on the Important subject of Purity pi Elections " He
spok, with earnestness and vigor,
traversing tht whole subject in IU
main:, ; evil ramifications, He urged
on his congregation the sacred obllg i-
tlon of the ballot, and the pernicious
cons-.; . net s ol its misuse.
Canker of Corruption.
Wl. li his ,'.j' ei. he s ild, was n it
a gosj ��� : :;,. age, It was one of thi ���
things which uggested the lines upon which the gospel message mini::
follow. Taking his text irom Isali
3, 22 and 23, he said it showed thai
brlberv wa.-, prevalent In those anclfini
Mass  Meeting of  White Fishermen Condemns Provincial
Government for Continually Harassing and Persecuting  Them ���Robert Jardine Receives
Ovation From River Toilers
Over one hundred w'hite fishermen
iwfere assembled in Hardman Hall
on Saturday afternoon under the
ohalrmansh p of G. B. Johnson, to discuss matters affecting (their ante-rests; .lohn Oliver, M. P. P., and
Robert Jardine were present by special   invitation.
.lohn Kendall said they wen., there
to dlscuSj their grievances, to decide
whal  they   wished  to be done and  to
resent their decision to the government. He considered they wer.- living
in   an   age   of   privileges   rather   than
m age of equality. They as fisher-
'-''���   vri , in-   shut   out   and   ,.,e-
THE RESULT OF A  THIRTY-FOOT CHANNEL  TO THE GULF
IIN [LECTORS
FAVOR JARDINE
policy of Liberal Government
Appeals to People of District ��� Telling   Speeches
Delivered.
A lar.. ittendi d meeting of tli"
lec-tors ui Ruskln and district was
"���";   ; laj    evi ning   ,:t    Heap's
as crowded io the doors-
���    ��� of the feelings of the
""""ll    in  regard  to the policy of
���     ���'     overnment   wa..   shown
���'������������ spontaneous and repeated ap-
��� ��� d   upon   the  speakers,
:"J;;"' ���   ' ��� ing speeches I nfavor oj
r ��� to power oi    S.r  Wiiu nl
illl�� mei bis supporters. From all
���������'" -*������ Ruskln will fall in line
;|!i ai. ii,,. other country districts
<1 vote almost solidly for the ..id. im!
'0*m"'--. Rolii rt Jardine,
---���-i.ia.iii W. ||. Meuzies
fe* lui.
EMPLOYERS SHOULD HELP    LAURIER SAYS THIS IS
ROVERS FOOTBALL CLUBi ^ m B
HIS LAST CAMPAIGN
aiter  a
political
he
the    evening.
Mi'lins.    both
d   to   Ruskln
��� " -e ol addressing
ior
the
'���������marks    on    the
^"n ill   ilu,   day.   introduced
*y> *'.i..' - of
N'lei    and   A.
P01��   1'iul   ,.���!,. ,
lit expi
--IV,,;,
L,      ' ""I concise speech.
lu
' ilj   with  the    inal-
m   of   ih,
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I  power    a:    Ottawa,
ihe   country    li.nl
ii.
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������I    uni eoncii
���'    '   with ihe financial ri
Liberal government. cod
Tory   govi rn*
' .- iii'ia years ii hail
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couni i
a i to worse, ilie
thl    land hav
thai   thousand..
1  inaillans hnd ���!��� e;n ������!
'- i.H" in iii n
"  ���   lhe;   had  starte'l
'���'���-'till        : itlstics    at
clearlj     pm. i
" ��� ''I lllni'li;    had      "
��� laim thai the Dom
. on  a  business
���' 'he years the U -
: ul  held office
with the Lemieux act
���"! thi  labor situation
" dominion, Mr, wheal
'1 .m. this piece of leg-
1 Instrumental in the
1    huge   number   of
Places Wanted for Star  Defence   Men
to   Win   Championship   of   League
���Prospects   Excellent.
If employers of labor would only g_ve
ihe Bajae assistance to the association
football club which other sports receive in tliis city, they might aid the
Rovers In a way which will ensuce
them being the champions of the
mainland this season.
As was stated in ihe News sev ira.
days ago, Ross and McLean of the celebrated 'Caledonian club. Calgary, are
in the city anxious to sign on with
the Rovers. Tbey were brought he:;'
undei- the promise of employment, bua
upon their arrival found there, was no
opening. l!o:h men are stonecutter:
by trade, but are willing to take u;.
other work at a reasonable wage,
while their assistance to the club
would make it certain to gain the
premier position in the league. On
the other hand, If the Vancouver clubs
secure them,- the chances of the
Hovers annexing any of the silverware
this year are much .slimmer.
It will not be to the credit of the
Royal City, whicli has produced so
man., champion teams, if this opportunity to place football on a better
basis is lost. Interest in this winter
spun is gaining ground, and many of
thos*' who nre regular attendants a!
Queens pail, during the lacrosse season may be noticed ai Moody square
taking in the games.
Veteran Statesman Feels the
Weight of His Increasing
Years -Predicts Return of
Liberals to Power.
Montreal, Oct. is.
vered   last  night.
-In a speech, de-
tlmi and pa Bing on to explain that vented from earning their living by
everj nation had fallen from .thi favoritism shown to the Japan*
supremaej where vice had become e-e As while men they ought to
i'i"-: :���   was one   il thi   have   tht   right   to   use    the    Fraser
greati offi ices against human rivei forth" public benefit; this; ought
right-, producing a tendency for the not to be reserved for the benefit
exercise o f those rights to seek some of individuals. Referring to the re-
monetarj recompense. It affected thej cent prosecutions, the speaker said
morals of legislation, of the men who this kind of treatment ought to open
mad*- -.he laws, and those who carried  their eye.-;.    They must decide what
them out. When the laws were not
enforced they were entitled to ask
why they were not enforced ? People were always ready because of the
prevailing conditions to lay the re-
Sponsibllity at the doors of those who
administered the laws. The conditions which he described led to class
legislation, and encouraged people who
purchased public franchises, to enrich the. pockeis of the few, and the
monev thus secured was used to de-
feno those franchises from attack. The
men who manipulated these things regarded the mass of the electors in
books as purchasable. Particularly
Sir Wilfrid Lau- was this tli" case in the land in which
they lived, the greatesi and freest
land in the world, lt was a curse of
curses thai such should be possible
in that fair land. Foi generations
they had fought the heinous liquor
traffic,   and   Its     a.lend.ne     evils     of
rier.Canada's premier, announced that
ihe presenl campaign, which ends in
a general election Octobei 26, will be
his last.
This   is   ilie last   fight   in   which   1
shall bi  engaged," he Bald w-i-.h great
earnestness. "The years hive, already gambling and lieeni.ousness,
mark upon me, and  1  can-j forces of righteousness   had
But the
ft their mark upon me. and I can-] forces of righteousness naa a still
:ie- hope that ih<-.. will stand still more heinous sin to fight In the cor-
now. All I ask is your support to ruption in politics, the affairs of state.
enable me to complete the work I and corruption in the individual elec-
have begun in the last twelve years." torate, arising oui of conditions whicli
Sir Wilfrid predicted :hat his gov- seemed so hard to control they per-
crnment will be sustained by a ma-' sua,led themselves il was too difficult
jorlty of from thirty to forty. At to unravel, and they niiglii better let
present lt  has sixty-six. ��� It aione.
  Unbiassed   Judiciary.
they wanted to be done, then put
their hands to the wheel and stay by
lit '.ike men, Let them show that they
were acting in the public interest
and for the welfare of those interested in the important pursuit of fishing. Tbey must have things pui in
good shape and regulated properly.
He suggested that they should ,ask
the government to restrict the number of licenses to 3.000. They ought
not to allow such a large number of
Mongolians to participate in the
fishing privileges. The white men had
been so ill-used that their familie.;
had   been  in   want.
Ole Hamot suggested that it would
be better to confine licenses to those
who  were  provincial   voters.
Angus Morrison considered that
the Indians were entitled to fish in
the river that was their own befor.
the   white   man came..
.1. Kendall agreed and remarking
that he had seen thousands of fish
lying rotting on the banks of the river
urged that if there were not so
ma,ny licenses granted this waste
would  not  occur.    Their obiect  must
be to preserve  the  fishing Industry.
.1. Weldon asked who would have
th.. licenses, J, Kendall replied that
these would be obtainable on a certain date until a certain date by
British subjects.
.1. Weldon asked whether a naturalized Jjananese [wain not, ,as, ifn&cll
entitled to a license as he was and
whether these men would not likely
get the greater number of license.-.
.). Ounderson said the only way to
keep out tho Orientals was to limit
the*, issue of Licenses. 1<o those on
the   voters'  list.
John     Oliver,     being     invited     to
speak, said he was there as the representative   of  a   constituency     containing  a   number  of   fishermen    to
hear  what   the  views of  the men on
the Fraser weie.    As to a remedy for
the   present     slate     of     affairs,     u
might be best to restrict ihe issue of
these  to registered  voters, or  voters
and   Indians.      There,     were     many
Japanese   who  had    become    British
subjects    by    bogus    naturalization
papers.    If this matter  were  properly  placed  before  the  government  he
believed  it would be possible to get
the   licenses   limited     to     registered
voters  and  Indians.    They  ought not
to  forgetthe  rights   of   the     Indian;
he would never deprive them of their
means   of   livelihood  which   they   enjoyed  previous  to    the    white    man
coining  to   the    country     tapplause).
He saw  no objection to  the llmititi"
of tne  issue of licenses to men Who
were voters.    Proceeding.  Mr. Oliver
characterized   the  recent   persecution
of fishermen  as    a     political    move,
which   was  a   course   that   no  parry
was   entitled   to  take   (applause).   He
regarded   It. as   the  duly   of   the   Dominion   government   to    defend    the
fishermen   who   were     aciing    under
Dominion  licenses.    He  blamed    the
government    for    its    inaction    and
stated   that  he   would   us.     his    in-
fluence  to   secure   the    government's
assistance  in  the   defence,    if    they
would   not   act   then   he   should  condemn them  and as   a private  citizen
(Continued on Page Two.)
TACOMA'S MAYOR SUSPECTS
BRAfT OR EXTRAVAGANCE    �� I"' "' "��- ' ' ��
lesser    courts,    but     when    lie
expression t<> describe ihe briber. The
public conscience ought to wake up.
He  wondered  sometimes if there  was
a   public   conscience.       He   addressed
He did noi  think corruption attach-1 ihe  men   present,  noi     because    any
ed the. judiciary,   the   judge.,   in the would sell  their    votes, but because
higher courts were honorable men, nor   they were ibe men to arouse the pub*
the'lie conscience.    If they would do all
their  elections   would   be clean.
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Btronglv  advised'.
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lo" earn,
""Uns <������ ihe act
Mr wi
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 visa-in io support
' "uni uihi ,,, strong-
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Tacoma. Oci. IS.���Mayor Linck has
employed a clerk io assist him in finding a big SatJary leak that has developed in ill. unions municipal de-pan-
iiieiits. During lhe tirst seven uionUis
of his administration 'lie salajy rolls
have ii'lJe i up an operating expense
ai i "ani again:-*! lhe cit> of $28,mil iu
excess of the salaries over the saiu,
months a Mai ago. Tb,. figures IndJ
cate thai '"''- have been increased a'
, an ii.iaV.iu'- rate by the new citj a I*
I ministration. In other word.-,. It .-
round hal lhe i Ity la being gouged
. i-ate nl' S$50-,00U a year, and itn
i., is ." .a- prodded by the counti find "in and put a stop io thi
extravagance or graft,  as    the    case
(ihe i ihi.
speaker) saw a mam promoted to the Those who knew him knew there was
SATURDAY'S  FOOTBALL.
Of      I lie
'''"��� party which, dur*
'��� of office, had done
nuth
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'"   advance
'���' In this land.
tin-
on  the
Initiated by
,.   succeed' '!.
is:..:.
���' tin ������ of a l< lU'iby
seven.
HON. FRANK OLIVER,
Minister   of  the   Interior
Who has  worthily  carried
greal  Immigration  policj
Clifford  Sifton,  whom    l
was born in Peel City, 0nt��� in
l���  (be greal   Westham   fsd
H ..     of Shamrocks  .
[,��� ljcctti        :;   Wi -':11i.i-:*���:'
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Sal lonals ..
i Second   Division,  B.  C. cup. I
Shamrocks	
y. M. C. A	
(Second Division League.)
Thistles	
Celtics 	
Columbian college 	
Craiidview  	
i Pacific Coast  League.!
Ladysmith 	
Victoria 	
judiciary because of his official or
political services rendered he was anxious because of the larger opportunities put in that man's way [or evil.
So far they .bad been protected in a
very large extent by the judicial-.'. He
referred to the i-ecenl decision of
Magistrate Williams, of Vancouver, io
si.imp oui gaining, with approval, an"!
. mtinulng, said Israel, a pure living
ie living |i- ople, wi ie infe< ted by
bis pe.siHem e ui corruption, as wa
shown in the Scriptures, and il was
hinted thai drunkenness was ., prelude to bribery. I!,- knew of no readier method to urge a man to receive
a bribe Hum when he had been drinking.
Civ.ic   Righteousness.
lie  -Aiis  inn   going  in suggest   that
this city   bad  the  character    he
referred to, and  lm believed those In
power weie ready to work along ,l.���-
liuct lines,   ij might lie from the lm-
n them from
it m n
no question of party in 'his matter,
and the highest in the laud. Si;- Wilfrid Laurier, and It. L. Borden, had
both expressed themselves in favor of
dean elections to theii great leadi i
in moral reform, Dr. Chown, He
knew bow the patronajge system had
become repulsive to their public men. I
For Cleaner Politics.
Soiiie of them would In elghi
il.\;,?' time "' exercising the franchise
for the in : lime, and to them hi
,. mid a,'". ��� io i asl ch aii ballots
and so !>��������� ��� hfcir con lltions <d citi-
..eiis:e,. . ' .. ,i i.i : Ile days to ( nine.
In i. their vote i hi ..  would '"���
cidlng   'i ��� ,i   '- b ,i  conditions    the) ]
should livt   in the j ears to com -. and '
thej   mighl  be creatine-  conditions  to
exisi  for ten years hence.    Appealing
had   to ilie Independent and the party vo-
HON.   W.   S.   FIELDING,
Minister   c-i   Finance.
Whose clear sighted financial policy
has    been    the   means of  materially
strengthening the position of Canada.
The  fiscal  yollcj  o;' the government...
j for   which  lie  is  mainly   responsible,
has -.' stilted In a phenomenal growth
ol   trade   and   greatly  increased    the
pros,i.'i'i:..  of ilie Dominion,
L.JI
i,i pulse which had been gi
the force of public seiiliiiien
ters,  he urged  them to consider tne,
methods ol a candidate's election, rather   ''bl"   **1*3   success.   ;U|,|      ii,   (hose
\.im  weie  poor rement'ber  Hun  their
vote counted'equal wiih thai of the,    .Spokane,    Oct.   18.���By a decision
rich  man.    Let   them  be  sensible of made yesterday by Judge Huneke, of
-UOR   SELLING  CLUBS
MUST  TAKE  OUT   LICENSES
Senior  League   Standing.
Won. Lost   Drawn, Pts
21 in office would go no further ihan the
li public sense wished,  nor could  they  thai Important fact.   Fnally, as Chrls-|the Superior court, social clubs that
21expect It.   The public men would go|tiau men. he would appeal to them tojdlspense liquors must take out liquor
1 | just K<> far as tlie public sense of the   can.'   mi!    Hie   election   noi   in   ignor
I community compelled him to go, and ance  and   venality,   but  wlili   lutein*
5 no further,   n rested on them asel-lgpice and patriotism, that the coun
eciors bow far tiie city should go. The try   mlghl  have a greater future am
will of the majority ruled, and If cor- greater prosperity.
nipt,  the  immoral  Influence of such 	
Celtics  .
Thistles
ami  has  played a pari
work  of  admlnlstei li
the Domlnoti ev i
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6 Having referred to a case of bribery
4 Bn the province, he asked which was
3 the worst evil" tin. rnan who gave,
2 rn who reoelved a ' rlbe. The man
:' who accepted a bribe w,i< beneath
' , eontempt,and hla name should be pub
11 llshed ic, shame him,  but be bud do
Three   Hundred   Lives   Lost.
Oct. 18.-���Native
re-
Vmo; .  China
,��� i    rei ��� Ive I   hen   from   Changhow
,, the e'.i'eii ihai more than three
bundn !  lives wen-  lost In  that  city
.,    the   resull    of    Thursday's    tv
l boon.
licenses the same as saloons. The decision was ii ndered iu the case of
the Spokane club, ihe most exclusive
club of iis kind iu ihe inland empire.
The judge, iu his decision, said:
I "The club buys the liquors, using lta
corporate funds, and therefore disposes of them to Its members al ;,rlc-
, .-������ fixed not bj the individual members, bin by the munagi i a id' the
i or ' ral Ions,     Th< re i an   I e no es-
:r      I ���<���'      ' hi    i    I   ������ '-i   II   thai    _   "il   :l
transaction is a sale."
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THE DAILY NEWS,
MONDAY.  OCT.  ,
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Fire  Insurance Department
Hartford Conipany
Assets
Incorporated 1810
���    $21,411,439.43
Connecticut Company
Incorporated 1850
Assets $6,195,758.69
Phenix Company
incorporated   1853
-  $9,141,546.04
Insurance Co. of North America
Incorporated 1792
Assets        -        -        -     $13,016,811.36
$21,411,439.43     Assets        -        -        -      $6,195,758.69    Assets        -        -        .   $9,141,546.04       Assets        -        -        -     $13,016,911.36
above old established and reliable companies, which have paid dollar for dollar in all great fires since their incorporation.    Thej
holders after the great San Francisco fire.    In the New Westminster district they have settled all claims promptly, honorably ai i
As example see the following fires: -
We represent the
fifteen millions to policy uuiuwo anci uin. Sicai u��u _.-_.<��_��_it-
trouble to the assured.    As example see the following fires:
At Burnaby
August 26th,   190S.
On Sept. 8 Mr. Clayton acknowledged receipt of cheque for payment of
claim in full and arranged to Insure
his new house  with n*.
At Central Park
January 29th, 1908.
Mrs, Sandell, the assured, wrote on
Feb.   Ki'   "Yonr cheque��for    the full
amount of the insurance was received
this morning."
At Coquitlam
June 24th,   1907,
Donald   McLean,  the    assured,    on
June   2S,    acknowledged   payment   of
I iss:    "Thanks for cheque, dated June
2S, in settlement for loss in full."
At Sapperton
.lune "Jiul.   190"
Tlie manager of the Brun ���  1
Mills on June l'1 acknowledgi
in settlement  of claim, "fo
hv tire on June 2nd."
In each of the above, cases and in every other case where we have had a fire loss claim made upon us, the policj holders havi
the conn .uiies we represent that they have placed their subsequent insurance with us
11 su well satisfied with the prompi and adequate settlemenl
IF  YOUR   HOUSE,
FURNITURE.
OR  OTHER  PROPERTY
IS   NOT   INSURED,
SEE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
260 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
LIFE.   FIRE
ACCIDENT,
MAF.INE   AND
BURGLARY
INSURANCE
FISHERMEN SUGGEST
LIMITING^ LICENSES
(Continued from   Page 1.)
We will sell the
0
would be prepared to contribute toward.- the cost of the defence. Applause).
.1. Kendall, replying to an Inquiry
by Weldon, said every Japanese who
had citizens' papers would be entitled to a license as a voter.
John Oliver said in accordance with
a decision of tli- privy council no
Japanese was able to get on ihe voters' list though he was a British
subject.
C, Svendson was not in favor of
restricting the issue of licenses to
.;.uii 1 fishermen. G. Gunderson pro-
po ' d .. resolution that no p irson
othi i- Lhan an Indian should be entitle,i to hold a license unless he
was a registered voter. Andrew
Halcrow secon led. He believed this
would solve the difficulty in regard
to the Orientals, The motion w,a-3
adopted,
.1. Kendall called attention to the
fact that there was an Import and
> :,.-.'.-. duty on fisii. .\ fishermen
said the law w;ls that fish taken iu
a gill net could 1101 be exported, but
those caught in a trap could. .1. Kendall observed that tills was an
I roof that they were living in au age
ol privileges. Was tliis a square deai?
i.e thought they should be free to
ship their fish.
C. Svendson urged that if they
were to be at liberty to send their
tish to the United States then the
la iter would expect to send theirs
In here. .1. Kendal! expressed him-
, ell as being in favor of sach freedom.
Robert Jardine wa���s then invited to
ii Idress the meeting and was enthusiastically receive 1 on coming to
thi   .-iand.
The Uheral candidate suggested
thai this meeting should appoint a
committee 01 five to frame resolu-
Itions mbraclng the requirements
of th.   fishermen,    These they could
; a,: to a further meeting of the
whole body for confirmation or
: , ndment. To him (Mr. Jardine)
the principal point seemed to be,
who should have the fishing rights on
tii Fraser. Should this privilege go
bo the Japa, the aliens from the other
side and any oilier Individuals who
came Into the country, or should H
be restricted to those who were registered voters? lie wanted to see -i
square deal ami he should urge that
tho regulations be amended to provide that only a registered voter
of the province should have a llcen_e
to fish in the Fraser river; also the
question of duo. hi.s Impression waa
thai 1 hi tax was placed on Import-
1 1 ;.-'] m ile Inst ince of the flsh-
ornu-n themselves. !!.��� was opposed
to tin present policj ol discrimination
in -,-i������:.. i to the time- of fisning.
if ii were necessary to have 18 ���
hours' cl ise time this should be
.1. th' whole river and no dlffei -
ence 111a :" above and below the
bridge, (Hear, hear). If there was
to be ., inference then he though! ;t
would - bi si to make It IS hours
below and 31 hours above, ll ��� di 1
1,1,1 consi li 1 it necessary to have
11. dose, teason in sockeyes at all.
Mr. Jardine suld lie had suce eded In
���ffrtiinK a few   days  taken    off    this
UU rk
minister believed  he  would have se*    c��K_---l'0*C��K>*K)*00-'K..K>
cured   the  entire  removal  of  the  re-  O q
gulatlon.    Speaking about the quash- o ��-����� --��� �����    -* *
ing of the convictions by Judge How- fi
ay. Mr.  Jardine  assured his  hearers S
that he was going to see this  thin,;' ��
through   to   the   privy  council   which  *
,had   already   decided   Ithat the   pro-   4
vine-   had   uo   right   to   restrict   ���<-  g
licenses.    He  would also  be  prepared   to   urge     the.    resolutions     upon
which  they  agreed  upon the   proper
authorities.   (Loud   applause).
The following were then elected  as
a   commi!tee   to  consider   t.ie.   whole
question of the fishermen's grievances
and  report  to    a    general    nie.tin-':   Q
Messrs.   Kendall.   Gunderson.   Haige ���  Q
man,   Svendson   and   Johnson. 0
John Oliver, having addressed a J
few further remarks to the assemb-' ���
ly,   the   proceedings   were  closed.
Castle Brand Collars, all shapes
Mosquito Harbor .and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 2dth of each month for Ahcu��et,
Quatsino, Cape Scott und way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:80 p m- daily,
except Sunday. Leaves Nana'mo at
7 a. in.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria B  p. m.
S.S. Queen City leaves Vancouver
7 p.m, Sunday; arrives Nanaimo 11
p. in.
Grand Trunk Ry.
���
o
���
o
o
20c the Collar���None Better Made
Excellent Train Service Iielween
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto, ���
5
Montreal, Quebec,        g
Portland, Boston, }
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Trom Victoria 8 p.m, every Wednesday, from Vancouvei 10 a.m following day for al ove and Intel mediate
points. Retui ning t, > Van :ouver Sunday afternoi 1 . or! 1 Monday
i mlng, via   I-- 1; -���
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE J
CLOTHIER       *
NORTHERN  B.  C.  ROUTE.
6-S.   Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and  I6th of
every month at *" p.m
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT, 19C8.
(        WARNING  TO PURCHASERS.
Every assignmi at 0 ..
I South African   Voluti       atltled 1
hind  gran!   must
polntment of a sui,.-'. ��� mu   .
in the form provide I ��� ���
Special attention is 1      1 -.. -
section ,', of Sei ii,in ". 0!
Hounty Act, 1908, wfc
no assignment ol thi        t of a volunteer by the appoini a
stitute shall be aci -���:
by  th"   Departmenl
which  is not executed and dated 3ft��'
'the  date  of  the  warrant for ���.���line
grant issued by th '
and Oi fence In fa-.
.1.  \V   GREENW W
I'omillis:
i'-ii:   .;. utem iei
And all the principal business centers of 2
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI- J0_
209--211  Columbia  Street
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. adiiress
GEO. W. VA'uX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
0��K>D*K)4'0*O*0D*O*O*0*O*0*0 O*0*D*0*O*C5*0O*0*��O*0*>C!*O*0
Ul'   KIVKll.
Beavep���
From New \V< stmlnster
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday,
ind Saturday.
Monday
Thursibj
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
If you  want -to    eajoy
across the continent-
Travel by the Scenic    Railway
America.
Through Dining Tourist and  First-
Class   Sleeping Cars.
Eastern Express leaves at 7:13.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:2a.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED, GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster
ur to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. (lenl.  Pass.  Agt.   VannoutW.
ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-Wett
Homestead   Regulations,
Aay even numbered section of Dominion  lands  in  Manitoba, Saskatch-
you.    trit 'ewar* and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
'not reser.-xl, may be homesteaded by
of; any person w Uo is the sole head of a
family, or auy male over lb years of
i age. to t'ae extent or one-quarter sec*
] tiou of lbO acres, more or less.
Application Cor entry must oe
I made in person by the applicant at
j a Domiuiaa Lauds Agency or Bub-
. agency for the district iu which the
For   reservations   ana   mtormatton
all or address
rcn. oofiLET.
Agent, New Westminster.
'*. Ft. FOSTER,
>.sst. Oen. Pa��i   Agent. Vancouver.
#a*n.a, .. 1
J.  VV. TROUP.
* r'nicnilHril.   Vioiurm
und If he hai
been tabl.
tn sat ui ihe
WHEN  GOING EAST
>.SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OK FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
F.mbodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private -ompartment cars, standard
16 section sleeper-, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li
brarv and  smoking cars.
For Time Tabies, Folders, or any
further information  call on  or  write
v. W. PARKER.
9tu 'econd f. venue, Seattle, Wsii
land is situate. Entry by proxy may,
uowever, be made at an agency ou
certain condition- by the lathe:, mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of
an intending  homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
(1) At least six months' residence
'THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"     "P��� and cultivation of the land in
Eight Trains Ever, Day in the Y��a   "��1 Tt.?' T", "*"'
BETWEEN (2)    A nome-'teade:* may, if he so
.'.sires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (.SO) acres in extent, ln
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement.
(3) If the father (or mother, ir the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on fanning
Innd owned solely hy him, not less
than eighty (SO) acres in exten:, *n
the vicluity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the lather  (or mother).
(4) Tne term "vlc'nUy" |n ,hp two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more tk..u nine miles in
_  direct line, exclusive of the  .vhlth
of  road  allowances crossed    in    the
measurement.
(0) A homesteadei Intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for tlie district of such  intention.
Six months' notice In willing mum
oe given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W.  W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister o- the Interior
N. B.���Unautnortzea rjblication if Sealed tenders addressed to the un-
this advertisement will not lie paid j der signed, and endorsed "Tender tor
for. I Electric i_i^h   Fixtures, Post    Office,
1  ��������� "iVancouver, B. <'." will be received at
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 'll,is off!ce unl)1  ' :;" "���'����� ��" F*'ill:l^
j October 23, 1908, for electric light fixtures at the  POSI  Office, Vancouver.
Irltlsh Coium-ji  -
Service.
oast *_in��
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SC/.TTLE
ROUTE.
Princess  Victoria   leave-,  Vancouver
10:00  p in.  dally   ��� xcepi   Sunda ���
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves  Vancouvei
dailj   excepi  Sunda;   at   in p.m.
��� Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. dally.
Princess Royal at !i a.m. daily except Tuesday.
VANCOUVER- SEATTLE   ROUTE
Steamer Princess Royal leaves !��
11. in. dully except Tuesday for Seattle.
On Sundays leaves Vancouver 9 a.ru
for Seattle via Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for*
New Westminster every Tuesday and
Friday, when  business offers.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday and Saturday,
WE8T   COAST   ROUTE.
8 8   Teet
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. lst, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Plans and specifications can be Been
and forms of lender obtained a' this
department, and on application i<
Chas, Tossell, Esq , Clerk    of Works,
Vancouvei..
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders will nol be considered unless
made on the printed forms Bupplled,
and signed with their actual signatures,
Each tender musl be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable the .Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (lo p.c.)
of tlie amount of the tender, which
will lie forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or if he
fail to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted the
cheque  will lie returned.
The Department does uot bind itself
to accept tlie lowest or any tender.
By Order,
NAP. TFSSII'.K,
secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,
October 2, 1908.
Newi .ipers will not be paid for
this advertiseniunt if they Insert it
without authority from the Department.
TENDERS  FOR   DREDGING
Sealed   lenders   .1 ���
undersigned an 1 ��� ndoi    I
Dredging  Coal  Hai
ceived   until    Friday        ith   0c!
1908, at   1:30 p. in   foi   Iredglng
quired   al   Coal   Hai ���-���     ��� ::-
Province ol   British  '
Tenders  will not   ...     onsldi
less  mad.   on   the  form       . ���' :  ���"'
signed with actual signature* of .��������
derers.
Specification and fo m il *��� ndercin
be obtained on applk ati <    " ���'
Keefer,      Esq.,      residen     engineer
New    Westminster,    B
the    Department   ol    P
Ottawa.     Tenders   um-'  Include ""
towing of tbe planl  I ���     ! ������"���"'
works,   only dredge   �� 1 be employed which are regis In Canada"
.        , ...... - I.  --    WIIH
;. . vliiiia
,,���.. tb' ��� '������������ '
I
..       T.
he time of the Rllns
twenty days al ���: ilu
been   notified  ol
their tendei
An accept' 1 ���
bank, payable '- '
ourable the Mb
for  one   iliiiii-.m.!    lo
uust  lie deposlti
heque  will  be    ���
ion-acceptance  of
The Departmenl d      '  ' '""J1
o accept thelowesl   ���
By or
NAP   TESSIER.
gecretan
Department of Pub      *'     .      ,
Ottawa, 0   ������
N-, ��*"   " ��l
this advertlsemenl   ��� ,,
without  author.*)   '
ment.
"The Milwaukee
...  st   Paul ��>
"The   Pionw  Limited       ��� ,0
Chicago. "Short  Line   Om ^
Chicago,  "South     -V'
Kansas City to Chicago.
rvic- on ��d;
No   trains   in   the  se rv , ,���
railroad in the world g J 0.
equipment that of the Jt The?
waukee * St. Paul f/J^ieepW
own and operate the   .0* .���
,nd.M��h7-:T��ona!1tne. ���,
(jive    >����� I    - ���rons S i���.h---'
'.       ROV't- --I"'"',. Or
btai
ROWS
m Tfe.nl SL. <-r'  *; M0NDA
Y, Ot-' ���
iX_LJ__  -L//11 j_ i   _�� x_ yy O.
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COMPANY, Limited
er Points  of View I
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WHOLESALE
and    RETAIL
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Follow directions
Sunlight Foap and know ho erfectly a pure soap
'.can simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the fi r.i -,-1 fabric. ���:
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
Ride Two Horses.
. j
Tl -
U1_U win iiiju-~ y.  .meat launc.
Five Cents A Bar
IpUTCHERfl
COLUMBIA
I
STREET
J Phone 101
PKone 101
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED    1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE        111,000,000.00
innchei throughout Canada and Newfoundland, ami in London, England,
N- ,v York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., an,! .Mexico City. A inn-
era! Banking  Business Transact.
.titers of Credit issued, availahle wl tl   correspondents in al)  uarta of the
World.
6)vingi Bank  Department.     Deposits   received In sums of Jl and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per ceit.  per annum   present rate)  added
lour times a year.
Total Asiets    ver $1CS,000,000.()0.
v.w WESTMINSTER BRANCH Q. u. BRYMNER. Manag***'
Thrifty
Women
Nine times ou: of ten the women
are the money savers of the famtli
Men mean well enough. They know
tin- value of having money In the
hunk, but they haven't the knack ol
saving. They havi n't learned the
making one dollar 'lo .he work of two In buying, and
ng  ihe  other dollar away   for the  rainy  daj   that  is sure to
WOME.VS ACCOUNTS are kept confidential and held subject to
own order.
Iren may  open Bavlnga accounts,   Parents who desire to open
In the name ot children, subject   to  the order of parent
��� -ii.
\SK FOR one of our HOME   SAVINGS   HANKS,    and   save  your
-���: ngi     Vmi will certainly   be  pleased wiiii  the results.
HOME   savings banks, in large, medium and small
. _, furnished on application.
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
1 ap**tal and Reserve
$8,290,000
//il orpurated
1869
Total Assets
$47,400,000
liANK.IN'1. BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch,      F.  B.  LYLE.   Mgr.
Interest Added Four Times a year
-Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths'
COAL
���*'..;���   .  ���
��� n
. Mills, Timber and j
racling Company    |
ANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
[ Manufacturer* and Deaier* in All Kind* ot
j Lumber,   ' -th,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Ii.tt..or Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
J Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
i _
| FARMERS ATTENTION!
j Lumber Always in S.o:k for Fencing and Draining.
In
��-.._.
^yal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
A Drop jn Prices
Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars,     -      -     50c doz
See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. GROCERS Prompt Delivery
in iloanng wiiii  real  political  lsa   ���-.
of   riding   two hor hen they abandon the discussion of
���      -;   opposite   directions   is   foi- important national problems  and   ie
wed b;     he Torj   acrobats in  cla- ;ote their talents an energle
jmoring  foi   Chamberlain's preference sonalltles .md abuse���Toronto .- u
���policy In England, while they have a 	
deadlj   hatn I  for our present   Cana- A  Suitable Motto,
idian  preference  which  cheapens  our If the  Conservatives want a  mc.   a
clothing   and   r.bich  they  would  abol* ror this campaign they can  bi   well
ish   instantly   if  they   were   returned suited    with    this     quotation    from
'"   ���'���������        Manitoba Free Press. ��� "Much   .Ado   .Aboul   Nothing:"
I'll  devise     imi    honest  11 tn li rs
Then and Now. To stain  my   cousin   with.  One   lotn
In thi   lasi  year of the Con ervu i\ ,1<l1   know
imn      onlj     1,800     hemestead !l('''' much an evil word may empc!   m
���������   ���    -      ited   ui   which
Ilklnc
���.iiii.'   three
bun   ed   wen   cancellled    afterwa
li thi   Ll ��� ml- had granted thi ui at
n ���   i ite, .ni'. 22,000 I; urn   teads
would   Jin v.-    been    granted.      Tne      -N*ow
| Llbi ral government hat; granted -���"'-.-   an   lEaatern   Tory
000 homesteads to individual settlers,  ,!:l>':* ,,;l��  read  the same intelligentl;
Halifax  Chronicle. without concluding that tin- capitalis-
  ii-  classes are  out  after  special  ta-
Tory  Abuse. VOI's.     Because   the  demand   for  ade-
���Manitoba Free Pr< ss.
A  Selfish  Demand.
no western man who takes up
newspaper Jtneee
Conservative campaigners must And
[themselves at a serious disadvantage
PURE FOOD INSURES
d Health
Ea.sterbrook  Milling*  Company,
Eburne.   I'. C.
FLOUR
Impel ial S7.00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel.      $6.30   "
Terminal $5.50   "
FRONT  STREET
BAKING
POKER
INSURES
EFOOD.
E.W.GILLETT SOMP*NV
-MITEO
TORONTO. ONT.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Synopsis uf  Una-iinn   Humestead
Regulations.
"THE
mLlABLE~
net Mi *roi/Jl
UJtlLMl VW��[
ITS NCUBBCJIlt |
JTttt���MMlt'
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a  specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
I'. (). Bo\   345 'Phone   105.
QFFltt. .�� STREET, FOOT Of SIXTH. ���  ��� HEW WESTMINSTER
ILL
FOR SALE BY
[ HARDMAN & CO.
I A  Hardman.     A.James.    J. McCtugnan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl
c
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE NOW   ON  SALE  AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
J.   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN.    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE  FAIR,"   Columbia   Street.
,".(). Box  474.       Tel, *:>:;.        Res.  429
Estimates   Submitted.
..W estminster..
Irom   Works
JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
Manufacturers o.
Vrougl't    Iron    Gates,   l-ences,    Crest-
mgs, Balcony   Railings, and
Fire    Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSIV1ITHING
Westminster
Transfer Co.
urn.e Ttione  18s.     Barn "Pft-one 137
Columbia   Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
nny   part  ol 'he city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
Any available Dominions lands witn-
in tue railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by auy person
Alio is tbe sole bead of a family, or
any male over IS years of age, to tbe
extent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry  must be made personally  al
the local laud office lor the distrlcl in
whicb the land is situate.    Entry by
; proxy may, however, lie made on cer-   iu -ais support of
;tain conditions by the father, mother,
i sou, daugnter, brother or sister of au
| Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is requlri d to per
i lorm the conditions connected there
i with    under    one    of the    following
plans:
U)    At least six moutus' residence
upon and cultivation of the  laud    ln
eacb year for three years.
(2) If t'ne father (or mother, it ihe
I father is deceased),   of   the    homesteader resides upon  a farm iu    Hie
vicinity of the land entered for, the
i requirements as to residence may be
I satisfied by such person residing wita
ithe father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon faimiug laud owned by him iu the vicinity of his homestead, tbe requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice iu writing should
be given to tbe Commissioner ol Dominion Lands at Ottawa ol Intentiou to
apply for patent.
COAL,���-Coal mining rights may ba
leased for a period of twenty-one :���'��� ars
at, an annual rental of $1 per arre.
Not    tmi: i-   than 2560 acres aha
quate protection boars the seal of a
great political party, It is none the
I' - sordid and oppressive in its intention. Thu demand is for power to
ia\ the producers of the country for
elttsh ends. Ii only differs ln degree
. i "in th" tyrrany which the bar -.
resi ui'-1 in King John, at which
tho yeomen in their turn resnted In
the barons, and which age;, after ;h-
poor workers resented in the yeomen
Profit created for the manufacturers
by means of tariffs is unearned Increment, li Is a storm of Indirect taxation which docs not go to improve
the country, but to build up private
fortunes, which, in their tarn, are
ised in further entrench this dangerous   principle.
The Conservative appeal to western
electors ia mere clap-trap. They ..re
begging the real issue, and, while in
one hand they carry'a bask, t of fair
promises, the other carried behind the
back holds a pair of good Old Tory
fetters.���Saskatoon Phoenix.
Trust   Him   Not.
Pr* inter McBride says the people o''
British Columbia are the most highly taxed o!' all Canadians, The reference, We presume, was to federal, although it might with truth have been
to provincial taxation also. The Mc-
i.r de government has added consi ier-
ably to the taxation of the people of
Bi Itlsh Columbia, but it has been careful nol to deal too hardly with ibo
interests UR-rich are preying upou the
resources of the. province, admitted
to be the richest of all the provinces
of the Dominion.
But, if it. is true that the people of
British Colum!,ia are highly taxed,
does the premier of British Columbia
the Conservative
iartj of 'I Dominion advocate a re?
duction of that taxation? lias be any
scheme for lightening the burden
againsi which he inveighs? The pres-
eni govi ininfint has reduced the rate
of i ixation and the measure that has
been afforded the taxpayers of 'be
province
I.e; the ebetors of "British Columbia
not 1"- deceived. If the Conservative
party v,ere returned to power 'he
consumers of this province would bo
called upon to contribute trom one-
lliiid to -one-half more to the exchequer at Ottawa or to the pockets of
,Ka-ieni manufacturers.
Tillies.
Victoria
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular  sailings  bet-veen
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK.
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,'
Mis-ion am! way pons, with passengers aud freight.
Leaves    Brackman &  Ker     vharf,
New   Westminster,   Tuesdays,  Thurs-
-"'    days and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
I to one Individual or company.      Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Frf-
A royalty al the rati  of five cents per   day antj sunday at 7 a. m.
ton  Bhall be collected on    the    mer-       pnr ra(es an.[ particulars, apply
Office  and  Works:
rentti street,   -   New Westminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Ceo. Adam*;  Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watcnes  from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watch0** open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes. doubl*.
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welrnian
Arctic Expedition.     Ml  warranted.
chains.  Ringi*.   .ew��irv, etc.. eta
Watch repairing; rtiRrges reason-
aWe.
(Bargains
Every Day
iAt Morey's\
���   40 piece Tea Sets. Engllflh China,   $4.50  to   $20.00.
10 piece Toilet  Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW  things  in  China air vine
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
chantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of 'he Interior
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
R.  WHITMORF. Secretary.
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Pu!ili=hed by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
���treeU, New Westminster, B. C.
perous condition of the country during
the   twelve   years   the   Liberals   have
been   in   power.    Ag   to   the   result  of!
that  tli-rht  of  memory,   we  -reel per-1
fectly   happy.
Get the Habit
The   "Halifax   platform"
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E.  A.   Paige.
.Managing   Director
MONDAY.    OCT.   19.    1908.
DO   NOT   FORGET.
Do not forgei  that  the public debt
of 'he Dominion  iu  IS96  was    $50.82
per head,    while   in    1908 it is only
$40.50.
ON THE HOME STRETCH.
The Sinai lap in the race has beeu
entered upon, and in this city and
district it is we'.! to weigh conditions
a_s they affoct uc..
Tho tariff question is said to he a
dead issue. The Tories cannot come
to the farmers and complain because
the tariff is being reduced, that would
ko against them. They are equally
nonplussed when the trade conditions
nre considered. As to the fisheries
trouble, they have not a leg to stand
upon. As to the rural mail delivery,
tho boxes are In Vic orla. In two of
the mosl populous tannin,--' districts,
ono ou the Island and another on the
lower mainland, the Bystem will
put, in operation at once. On the
Asiatic question, Mr, Jardine is fully
committed to making and keeping this
country a White Canada, goin_; so far
as to support the removal of the oh-
jectinable elements. The Fraser river
improvement scheme has been enter*
ed u jn ni and the work is being done.
have passed into oblivion.    Either the,
Tory candidates are ashamed of it. or'
it  Ind not the quality of magnetism
necessary to surround it with adherents.    This one time emblem of T iry
faith  thai was held  to  be  sacred    Is
now onlj  a   memory    In    the    "has
been" Then, of course, it lacked the.
one essential as far as the Conservatives   in   British   Columbia were  con-1
i-.-.iied, it was not "final aind unalterable" and did not contain all the policies promised hy Mr. Borden and his;
party, and   was   not   made  to  Include
Mr. Cowan's policy, and in some wa>
had omitted from ii Mr. Taylor's policy of compelling the C. P. R. to double
track   its  line west    of   North   Bend, j
However it is not too late yet to dis :
up the skeleton and clothe It accord-j
lng    to    Mr.  Taylor,    for    President]
Shaughnessy  will have, received    his
instructions within flve minutes alter |
his  arr
Iva!  today, and  the  on*,  little;
Scandal after scandal, myth after
myth, has been cleared away, so that
we are up against the one and only
proposition: "Is it time for a change?"
Do we wish the prosperous and progressive times we have enjoyed to
give place to doubt and unrest and
shattered business conditions? There
will be, there can he. but one answer:
"This is no time for a change," and
as a consequence the Liberal party-
will be endorsed. What then shall we
do? Shall we send a man to represent this constituency opposed to the
gov. rhment who has the misfortune
of antagonising his friends, and this
being so, could nol be expect! I io see
an> good in or have aay part with, th(
government of Sir Wilfrid Laui
Shall ��� ��� no! rather send an a le business man wh" : is - rove I hln self fa -
.seeing and energetic, who has the ear
of the governm :.- and who could i '���������
vine- the ministers of the needs oi
1 :s    . nstltuenc;    in  th.
-  which -.. . i! :  oe neflt  both par-
resenti i  In the electorate.
In thi  person of Mr. Robed Jardine
havi   "is; thi   man this constituen-
������'���    is at this    ime to repn -��� nt I
in the     luncils     >:   the    nation,'and
be no   ithei conclusion th in
"hai. i    -.-..���    ;������   - ���      to ou. -��� Ives  we
���   -      hii   ���     arliament ;���. a _rood !
fit; .
difficulty '." Mr. Taylor's scheme will
then be removed.   But then of course
the president  might object,  and  theTe
you are.
A greal sensation ha*, entered Into
the campaign at Calgary. Ln*. Mac-
Rae (Conservative) has complained
becausi false teetb are found now In
the "free list." While not taking anj
definite stand that he favors false
teeth being again placed under high
protection, yet his biting sarcasm is
bringing him more trouble than he anticipated. With nothing io gnash
with except false teth, the sweeping
assertion is made that these were
placed upon the free list to give the
Grits an advantage, We think a very-
good issue for the Conservative candidate here to raise is the question
of free needles, so that the fragments
of the Tory policy may be Taylored
together.
during 'he excitement ot* the
exhibition yon broke u numbei
of your glass tumblers, an I
haw not replace,; them as .������ I
To enable m to do so
cheaply as possible, we are offering for today's Special <;ia--
Tumblers a' lac per dozen.���
There Is only a limited suppl;
and first come, first served.
Have You Seen
our latest arrival in Art Pottery? There a"*e four styles���
"Louwesla," "Suovo," **Etua.'
and "Bedford." Just the thing
for Xmas git'*.^.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Tuesday's Special���Decorated Crep
Paper, l'.c per sheet
"Ae buy for cash    and sell [or the
same."
J* E. BROWN & CO.
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[t Will Become
Intelligence to
Investigate;
Without Investigation we would
All Err
Ao for our par: we hav ��� ex-
��� ed   all   care   in obtaining
highest  class    tailor   work
ble   o - cure.
Jour        investigation will
strengthen our claim-
Tailors of Hied experience
design and make our clothe-.
We have no difficulty In fitting
tae mosl disproportionate.- figure.
The evidence of Qualltj Is
well established In N'orth.wa;
Clothing, $12.00 to $-28.50
C��co��_ amber
Notary   pU|.i
Room
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Central Meat
Corner  Eighth  St
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OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
     Clothiers and Haberdashers
272  COLUMBIA  STREET
The Moncton land deal is a favorite subject for the scandal mongers
away here in the West where the facts
are not known. The facts are tha:
the Intercolonial railway needed more
yard room at .Moncton Junction.   The
- i.  rnment  employed   a   real  estate
agent   to find  out at   what  figme  ne
cool 1 .��� ��� i ..    these land       r th
������rail., nt.   He presented a list of pr >���
pertiea  to  th    d . i tment, who  su   -
.1  it   to an  expert      '   itor,   M:
i-'. \\. Sumn r, of M  nctoi ���   ��� ���.
;.  i the prices as just and fair,   andjrt
d his  : >-; ort an ihi-   i ������������ n -
th ��� terms of the i-endo
- d an I the purchasi - i "
. -  Mr.  F.   W.  S ::..:.        -   the  T i
candidate   oppoi ing   Hoi    ii    :,    Em
in in Westmorel in 1   N   B.,    but
the Tories know    ettei    ban to ma
this  so-called  b< andal on    oi     ..   .
st -j ��� trimmings in the - 'ntes
Oct.  27.���Holj   City.
Oct.  23.���Just  Out of Collet-*,-.
Nov. t.Too Proud to Beg
Nov   13,���Montana  Limited.
Nov.   18.���Hip  Hip Hoora*..
Nov.   20.���Willard   -Mack.
Nov. 26���The New Dominion.
Dec   1.���Fun'on Broadway.
Dec. 2.���The Lion and the Mouse.
Dec.   3.���Little  Johuny   Jones.
Dec. if.���.\rizona.
Dec.  16.���Why Girls  Leave Home.
Dec   21.���"'.  Miles From   Boston.
Dec.   24.���Babes   in Toyland.
Dec. 25.���Sandy  Bottom.
Dec.   29.���The   Great. Divide.
Dec   30.���Florence.  Roberts.
Jan   .".���Her  First  False  Step.
Jan.  6.���Shore  .Acres.
Jan,  1..���Theodore  Lorcli.
Jan   28.���Devils   Auction
Jan.   20 ���San  Antonio.
Feb. 13.���Jane  Eyre.
March   3.���A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
Mai  .'. 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin,
April   2.���Marrying   Mary.
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S                  First class Apples, *
King and Northern Spies, 4
I              $1.25 and $1.50 per box c
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W. I. Sparkman
LATE   WITh        ��    LE.
Bi -.-   -.,   ......
now  read;    * '   .
kinds "i
at thi   ; iwe ���
lirect
profit.
Cosy Co
Ml i  .-
W. J. Sparkman,
Cor,  Sixth ana  Ca-- jrvon Su,
will meet   ���
tention.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
B Choice in AH Lines of Footwear IS
| at Prices That Defy Competition |
Tenders Wanted
Sealed ���. n ;.
marke I "Ti ��� I
.'���''��� i'* .i ' ?  : ���
p.m. of \<i,i.,,:,.   ;���    t ��� ������ -
following:
1. To  supp
build   the substi ictu      'tat
across the North At o of th   _"
river ._t   the site    -
island brldgi l.j
2. To put in .
Buper tructuri
tn it   : il.   tor wl
by the to.,
Plans and
oflici  ol
\ marl ed cheqti,
.      Doll  :     -      '
tender
Thi   lowes   oi
sarily   ��� i   ,.-��� I
I
The  "Arctic"  scandal    nvestigation
proved  -hat for the    expedition   inti
the pi.....: regions, in thi    -:--ance under  Liberal  rule, cost  *_������:;  per day|
���   -  insult    to the in-
���-   ��� of    Conservatives
"id   :.: - -..-   .       had  attended   Mr.
��� :-      meet   j on Fri laj  nig
*   fuestiona        - inn      and   garbli i
��� ��� ���      f thai      eting   ivill  have iu
influence on \     ng    n the 26th inst.
������"���   r., ���   -���-,. n i      coli ml Ian ere lit
-' ���������   -    ��� ..-   a andon-
���'.-��� r- ilicy of mil
od had 1       I    -.      ������:,..
r -   "wire*
m
I per  man.   while a similar  -xpeditiou ! Q[J
; under Mr. Geo. Eulus Fost  r co.i $1.11 �������
per man [ier day, and some of his
ploriu.  trips   i b1   the   i o mtry   much
mon
'- '- ��� :r- .hing to b ivi the Anglican synod expressing its deep -��� tti-
tude for the s ippression * *::c dance
halls and other forms of vice In the
-'' ���   d  and also to have their lea    Ip
-  ol Sir Wilfrid Lauri r as a "lai -
ted, noble man, concerned in the
wi [fare of the country."   tvhat a c n-
irast ��� ) the Laurier and i.-- I we have
.   i  from  the Taylor journal.
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im th    i     lerloton
...        loes    not - em  to be   verj
��� : ia    rea      awoke to
tial ���  ������  Canadian citizen is
���   .-    i    i judge betwei n good
and    a I gov   um i . We havi   known
i his and had ex   e   . in of Its soun l
, idgment In 18 16,  19 i   an : 1904, and
we have uo doubt that the thoughtful Can   . .u, . i. tor will, bj Ids ballot
26th of this month   judge   -���-
lv,     t thi    ta   smen who com; -ise the
Liberal   government,  and    the    mei ���
trafficking    politicians   who  compose
���   len-Fost( r part...    Whether in
Fredericton   or    New    Westminster,
memory   will run   back   to  con,Iii ions
which existed during the last twelve
years ol Conservative rule, and men
v iii :...   oinpariivg them with the pros.
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Ask    for     Cert"    football
boot.   Our price $3.50 a pair.
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17:20 and 19:35,
Arrive at    Nev.   Westminster 9:20,
10  10, 18:35 and 20:40.
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iRKAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
Lv. .N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.iii
Lv. X. W. -of, ���.m.. ar. Seattle 10 o.m
Ladies'
Vici  kid,   Blucher  cut,   with  Cuban
bei :   tor $3.00 a pair.
G ;.;   nn ��� i! coll   ... < it   boots;   go "I
'��� r fall wear, J150 a pair
!''' ���:���'  bather, Blucher cut;   _pe
Ask for our i, 50 men's
boot wiih leather lining an I
made from N ��. i box calf
leather.
orl e   S3.50
i:   pair.
Lv. N. W,
a.m.
Lv, Seattle S:io a.m. .
Lv. Seattle 4:25 p.m.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m
a, m.
12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:1;
-'. W. " p.m.
N*.  W. 9:55
���'* ��������� for this    .1 ;ii   -:
patent le ither -', ���. :.. m, n.
Our  price  J4.50 ;:
Men7s
'���    ii mei i' and box calf boots, with
heav.    ��� le for $3.00 and $3.50 a pair,
Box calf boot  with heavy sob- and
leather lined.   Our price $3.50 a pair.
Patent l ather, Blucher cut an I dull
kid top.   Hpecinl price $4.50 .:i pair.
Hall. Ni
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Lower Fraser Riv^r
r _, Freight and Pass-
Bs enger Service per
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Carrying  freight : -'���������
- all points between *���   ���  ���A'1 stmla-ts
i ;iud Westham Island,
Leaves  Brack man !_������: -  wharf (W-l
I at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, a*. !; -
; additional trip on M a la: - lea. ���:--'
��� 5 a.m.
Returning lesvi   Westha i '������i'-:
. -i.i.!. dally, . xcepi Fridays  it I ���**
additional   trip on   S :;
I at 5:30 p.m.
Calling    Bt     Steveston    ���
Thursdays an I Sa   i
Tickets to Sti .   -
*ents on Saturd i
.T<tT��iMj.iT..|i*i.>|"��T��'I*
Ask to see this patent leather shoe for ladles. It's
very styilah    Our price $4.00
a pair.
.     v  ' ***        '' :";:'���**, ln every day.   Ask to Bee our new Empress shoes for ladies and our Invictus
.-.:<' --, for 111 'il.
N   V,'. 6:20
O. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.
arrlv Gulchon fi p.m. Mondays, Wed*
ne days, and Fridays.
Leave Guichon 6:30 am . trrive New
Westminster 8:45, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
V., W. & Jf.���VANCOUVBH
l.v. N. W. 6:20 a.m., I! p.m.. and 0.55
p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m, and
11:30  p.m.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
���THAT'S OUR i.
BUSINESS T
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Every    order   p aced   WiW ^
us    means    a   satisfied  ��*����� J.
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OUR WORK SATISFIES J
OUR PRICES IRE ^M j
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Rates "ii ��  :        ���'���' ^
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Sign of ihe Big Electric Boot.
0$:. Jackson X Morrison |
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New We.tmin.ler, B. C.    gg l,.^^.,., fH^jjS
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
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Bargain Values!
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* ANOTHER LOT OF
the women's auxlll-      i a0 theatrical attrac-
���  ilumblan hospital, tion house this week, the
I of trad
- lift  a I
room.
! Dressers and Stands
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��� AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
one.
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It will make
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,lii . of this sto iy a n- igressive one, our chief aim
dease our patrons, and the onlj certain way to do so
iest quality goods -,-  the lowest  possible    price.
,.,.   over-bought in some line-; we do not. hesitate in
..... '.I effect a speedy  reduction,    Having an over-
;.   mder-mentloned line.. v... ;, ���>��� now offering same
ances at WHOLESALE PRICES	
WINOOWS. SEE   WINDOWS.
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This i=
Phenomenal  Blanket Saving
$4.75   White  and   Grey  Blankets  for  $3.25
U'hi e Soft Finished Raised Fluff
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- Of water from
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lavana   cigars of    exclusive
ante,"   made  by   the
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lie a quiet session of the
('���'���' evening, The- nionth-
j b' ���'" ���       Is loin,   i , fur approval.
For cut flowers tor any floral work,
ring up Tid; , the florist.   Phone 184. *
*es   wo roans and a grey.
���   ���    found       ��� aylng     in   the
.   In charge of Pound*
aex'    *  ���   o oi cupj th ��� boards being
"' '|-'  ' i itj,"  whicli  comes  hi re
<,n  "' ������   i ���    of next week.    This dra-
-uatlza the life of the Ap
was seen here last season, when the
audlenc. vas  deeply  impressed   with
tbe  *. ii the entire company.
"Les ions to be learned from the
Old Lm i ;- the subject of a 'al..
whic.i Rev, Robert Lennie will give
to ih.. Baptist  Young People's  union **********************************+*****************+
ihis   evening     Mr.   Lennie  has    een
only ,i  short   while back from an ex-,
tended trip In  Kngland and Scotland, j
'and the lm iressions he ha- gained are
many.
Yesterda-j   being the festival of St.'
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Op^site  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
11 r in tne   lot
-i-i and in-1 -lze. ;i!so In  silver grey, good bi
-aiii;. good chance to  secure b  blanket a
$3.25.
A Bargain in High Grade
Blankets, slightly s
oiled
\���, ii   |   ia    In this lot. They com i ';-������ our sample sti>ck, be-
. . .;...  mes we keep on view as 3am iles of our stock. Owing to
[requeni handling they are slightly soiled and for that reason we
: such a substantial redui t in as will make it worth
..    fe to come aud purchase:   >'���  Blankets  for $7.    $8.00
$'. .00, and so on.
Sensational Price-Cut
in   Boys    Sweaters
S i .50 Boys   Sweaters  for 8oc
sounds  too good t<> be tru it j ��u have   onl
com    ind  prove the truth of our -.ta emeu -    i ..our own .-.ri-
We have too man;, or' these Sweaters and must clear
��� even If we lose money on them.    Every one is all-
. :.z in cardinal ;inj na-.;.. and also in in.my other fan-
We ii.i-.    all sizes ir I iem, too, from 2 to il years.
35c.
Great Savings in W omen s
Flannelette    Underwear
For sale���Seven roomed house,
>ath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit trees; m full lot, For further
particulars ipply to owner. 192 Eighth
: street. ���*
With        rice  of  the  Salvation
I Ann;..  thi   Infant    child    of  Mr.  and
Mrs  Bo; I, Leith street, will be buried
ai   the   dasoi   : i emetery  this  after-
1 noon.
For first class cut flowers pot plants
I or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
I florists.   Tel. B208. '*
The  Canadian-Mexican liner  Lons-
I dale  has arrived to  load  lumber    for
Mexican   ports  at  the   Brunette  Saw
| Mills.    The lum! er is  for use by the
authorities    in the construction of a
Sallna Cruz,
Ail Columbia phonograpu disc rec-
ords in stock now selling at 50c each,
.1. H. Todd's music house.
The fall assizes open with a large
cause list tomorrow in this city. By
far the most Import-am case is that
: of the Hazelmere murder, for which
the negro J mklns is on trial. Deputy
Attorney General, McLean will pi >-*������������
town.
All d   tiers ban lie "B  c ' and  'Old
1 hi      old    relii  di
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Luke, the evangelist, special atten- *���:
tlon was paid to the service., ;M Holj '
Trinity cathedral. Tne rector. Kev. A ��
Shildrick, taking for his evening ser-' 4)
mon the story of the. lost sheep, and!
the ,,,., in heaven over one sou! saved,
clearl*. showed 'he immense importance at! iched by the Great Creatoi to
his human creations.
y-*---..'-*-' -������il.-*--:ll:-��-.;;:.��.:;'::;/.��..'..���.:;;..#.:":���������:'���- ������ '  ���   -       ^y ?...?][?...?���,...![?+���?,;.+.: '::.' +.   :���������-':���**.* .-*..y...��.*','l.��*v-
Gordon's Dry Goods House;
Miss   _ii   Murcutt's  lecture in  the
Opera      ��� ;-������   yesterday  evening   was
uot  .-.) well  attended as on  previous   jj
occasion-, the inclemency ofthe wea-   ���
ther presumably keeping many awn.     <
Th.-    lect i'  ���    spoke    In   a vigorou    ?
strain on her announced topic for over
an hour, holding the attention of the,..
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audience the while.   The last lecturej&
of the series,   'An Evening in China." , y
will    ������ given on Sunday evening next. \i
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On Fri laj at the board of trade ���
rooms organization will be completed H
and officers elected for the new milk y
and cream shippers' association for -ft
the lower mainland, projected at an ������'-.
earlier n - I ag, T. Foster is chair- ';
man. and S li. Shannon temporary Y
Becretary, The objeel of the assocla-jy
tion is to obtain belter transportation j 6
Latest Styles
Shown in
Ladies' Separate
Skirts
Very smart effects in Ladies' Striped Covert Cloth Coats. 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
f
$1.00
and   $1.25   Flann'iette   Gowns   tor  75c.
;., ,:- ddered   and   trie ti i tde  ������> ry full,    ci
regular $i and i', 25 value for 75c.
,:._   i ;.   .-   ent   rlsii irs
i; .   ell h itel has  been  W.  P.
facilities,
their  pn
ind   an unifrom
iucts.
price   for
V
Higk Class Millinery
THE FASHION CENTRE
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T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
IO    the
Ketch-
lam, a wealthy f.y ag ian, whose per-j
was   prominently  before  the.     Wealthy  Miner's Wife  Disappears,
lie    during   the  Spanish-American     Chicago   0      18.���-Detective:       .an
* ��   war, as he was the representative in   -��� ironing I      Mrs. Emma Smith, wife
f#   Cuba of the great  packing house   of
.';���   Swift,  the   tii in   which    did  much of
|2   the provisioning for the l'. S. army.
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A meeting of the police commission*
. rs was held on Saturday to decide
what action should be taken in the
prosecutions for carrying on bawdy
houses now pending. Then- were
present Mayor Keary. Aid. Fader and
T. S. Annandale. City Clerk Duncan,
Active Chief Bradshaw and W. G. Mc-
ii iarrle    and    W.    F.  Hansford.
Of William G, Smith, said to be a
wealthy mine-owner of Montana. Mrs.
Smith went shopping on Thursday,
and has not been seen since by her
friends.
The Public Supply  Store Offers to
the General Public
A FREE DEMONSTRATION
of the famous "Russian de Luxe
Tea" which is the highest grade
Tea sold in America and will be
demonstrated by one of Tetley's
Best Tea Demonstrators.
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Waterproof Shoes
We have the best stock
of Waterproof Boots ever
shown in this city.
It won't be our fault if
you don't have dry feet,
for we guarantee our vis-
colized interlined rawhide
soles to be absolutely waterproof.
Have you seen the demonstration in our window?
No other Shoe ever stood
this test. 48 hours in the
water ar.d perfectly dry.
See them in our window.
SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
Death of Alexander Read.
The death  took place  on  Saturdaj
of Alexander  Head, a.a.'d    t'4.    at  his
residence, Hi! Third street.   The   de*
,   "used came from Ireland, an 1 had re-
tne
...j ,   sided in the city for a long period. He
mployed for some year
��� TME
: Public Supply Stores GEVopfws
��� C-.-lumDia   Street.       New   Westminster, B. C.       Phone 92.
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in the
,,,-i [tors    ac ing    In the case,
ration was thoroughly debated and.
���e waterworks   department,  and   Is  sur-
*��0*00*C*C"��0*C40*0 0*040*O4C*0*C040*��O*0*C*O*O
|in,   of action decided  upon  for th.
trial,  which  ;s  .-sinned tomorrow.
Hot Water
Bottles
Fountain Syringes
Combinations of both.
Attachments  Separate
vived by a widow and several children.
The   funeral   took  place   yesterday   to
the  I.  0.  0.  F. cemetery. Rev.  J,   S.
Henderson   and   Kev.   A.   DeB.   Owen
officiating,  both  at    the    house   and
graveside.    The pallbearers were    F.
Johns, L, Thornber, Marshall Sinclair,
A.   Garrett,   W.   Henderson  and   Mr.  *
N- il.    The   Royal  Templars  attend.-! |g
in a  body, and  held  iheir s
the grave
The floral trlnutes were as follows:
Sprays���Mr.  and   Mrs.   Crake,     Mr.
and Mis.. Dura Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. it-
!::   . man.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  L.   II.  Darey,  #
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service   at  ���
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,,.,.... ,,,,..   the factory.   Rubber to
.   ood musl  .'- fresh.    We guaran-
lee  these  -��� '���- and  will gladly    re-
laCe | ..   found I-' be    faull
 ,.( (.hre ������:ii'..u!. f1""- quart, in white
and red.
For  the dull,   long   winter  evenings
i tnay need glasses.   We can give
vou better service  in  this  line    -ban
others,
nd     Mrs.   A.   Garrett,    Miss  B.
!<::',..   Mrs.   C.  Oddy,  Mrs.   Whyman,
Mr. and   Mrs.  John Sipprell.  Mr.  W
E,   Dunlop   and   family,   Mr.   and   Mrs.,
I.    McBroom, and  Mr. and .Mrs, ('.  P.
Latham.
Wreaths���Family,   Royal    Templars
of Temperance, Mr. and Mrs. William.
Two! Cherry.
Anchor���Employees   of   the    water-j
works,
Crescents���Capt. and    Mrs.  Young,
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Ross.
Pillow���Mr. and Mrs. H. T, Kirk.
I*1. Murchle wa3 the undertaker.
The Highest
in Quality
*->>>����������������___��������_������_���_____.   H
The Lowest
in Price
Other agents who cannot meet my rates for insurance wlll tell
you that the quality of the insurance my companies give you is
not as good, but I can prove it is the best, and challenge any ot"
them to prove a single instance where they have not paid their
losses with promptness equal to any. Investigate for yourself
before placing^your insurance, and if it is a question of value
for your money I am satisfied you will place it with me.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
BOWLING   SCHEDULE.
Following is the revised schedule ol
tho house league bowling games to
be  played at  the Westminster alleys'ft
i   a'
this month:
Oct.  1!*���Xo. ;{  vs]  Xo.  6.
Oct. 20���No.  4  vs.  No.  7.
Oct. 21���No. 6 vs. No. 8.
Oct.  22���.No.  6  vs.  No. ��.
Oct. 23���No. 7 vs. No. 10.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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Liberal.
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��� "A.  B.  Hunt   	
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Drummond-Athabaska   ..   *Ls.,.Uivergne  ...
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Bi na. ��� ature ..
Chambl.*, -V< rchi :��� ���
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Charlevoix
���     teaugua     	
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i'  d   'on   	
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Hoch��:aga	
Huntingdon   	
Jacques Cartier
.ioliette   	
Kamourasaka  	
l^abelle	
Lapralrie-Xai ervi i
l.'Assomption  	
l_aval 	
Levis'	
L Islet  	
Lotbink're  	
Maisonn iuve 	
Masklnonge  /....
Mi -*antic   	
Missisquol   	
Montcalm . . .
Montmagny .
Montmorency
Montreal���
Ste.  Anne
.*L.  A. Rivet  	
��� James A   Robb
V   H. Dardurand	
*.!. A. Dubeau	
��� -'E.  Lapolnte   	
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, Mt'.ck Lanctot 	
P. A. Seguin ���������    ���
.' Charles A. Wilson 	
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Cyrias Roy  	
JGeorgi   Parent 	
Conservative.
*Q. H. Perley.
T. C. Casgrain, K. c
���J. (!.  H.  Bergeron.
Charles Vezina.
��� V.   -\llard.
��� F. A. Olmstead.
��� A.  Beauchesue.
M. Archambault
��� P. E. Biondin.
"R. Forget.
C. Lane.
��� .1. Girard (Ind.)
R. H. Pope.
Hon. -E. J. Flynn.
��� ��� ��� DeCourval.
��� H. A. Chollette.
��� Louis Coderre.
���*R. N. Walsh.
��� **F. D, Mouk.
��� j. Glbeault
���. w. A. Potvin
Hi ctor Chain in.
S. li- audin.
��� Oswald   Forest.
��� ������-.!.  i-1   E.  l.-on.i: i.
��� ��� ll igene Paquet,
��� ��� !.   P. Pell-tier.
C. .1   Coul mbe.
i. Frechette.
��� Dr. F. M. Pickel.
��� .!. A. Renaud, K.C.
��� D. O. Lesperance.
��� ���  \   Gobell (Ind.).
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Mi ieric Martin  . ..
' -   Turcotte 	
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'   S. Delisle  	
''. .1.  Dohert;.-.
W   D. Burns (Labor).
.���H. B. Ames.
Henry Dally   (Ind.).
. N. ijiroux.
.  II. A. Ek-:.-.
L.  T. Marcechal.
. A. Sevingny.
G. H. Brabazon.
L.   Siafford.
..chance       Hubert Cimon
S     Wilfrid Laurier 	
: .    1 '-iw er   	
4ackay   	
w. Price.
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.inctot   	
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Tobln  	
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John ' . arupoux.
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  Dr. Lortie.
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    Hon    I     .   Ouimet,
MEMBERS.-
     W. R. Smyth.
 .'A.  E. Boyce.
 I. P. Xuiian.
 "W. F. Cockshutt.
 John Webster,
 Uex   McNellL
 J. .1. Donnelly.
��� ��� ��� ���   "Hon. R. L. Borden.
 "-John Barr,
  a. Broder.
 c. .1. Thoi nton
 'David Marshall.
 T. W. Crothi   -
     D.  E.  Fleming
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   .1. \V. Edwards.
M. Avei    - Ind. Con i.
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  ���!.  E,   \imstrong,
  R. E. Lesuer
  W. Thorburn.
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C. Fied. nbui.
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Wilson.
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THE   DA!'LY   NEWS.
.-.     humberland Bast   .... r. L. Web ' 'c- '- 0we]
Northumberland West   ...��j. b   Mi "'   l' A- M 1: * '-
C   W   U  ���  -    ...,n.
Ontario,   N:tn    "Gei.rg,- 1 **-*-**-..���
Ontario So ith    E. L. F ' "*'' '"���
Ottawa   H. Mi '    T-*0l*i.i-	
Ottawa     Sir Wil   !      '   :-
Oxf<   I Nort    }���:. w. N   D* QulI-n.
Oxford South    ��M. S. S   L>   A   s '
Parrv    S   i:. .    "R.   J.  V    ���' ' -���-*   *       '  -
Peed     E. G. G ���������Rkhard Blain.
Pi rth Nonl    j. p. Rs ' "A   r- M"'-
.'     b  Soutl ��G.  H    M ���--������ M. S
Pi ��� rbo "*..    East  E. a.  .    '    >*-'���������
Petei     ...      West    i. it. S' '   ' -'��� ^*- !- ���
Presco          M. Cm ''     John A. G
Prince   ���-.:     ,    :     Dr. Cu
H.  C.   '      ��� ��� ' '
Renfr v   Xorl Harry  i!: ...-���,;.
Renfrew s nth       Thoiiii-  John Mai
Russell   Char! -      ���'��� ''   :-'���
- oe Ea.-i      Manic:  *Wm. H. Bennetl
Simcoe  North    Dan  Wilson   J. A  Currii
Sim^oe  South     Dr. Cai  *H. Lent.
Stormont  Robert   3  *R   **. Prim
Thunder Bay��� y. (Ji       ** 	
Rainj   River    *James   T. H   Keefer..
Toronto Centre  T. C. R      ''""      'Edmund Br:--  .
Toronto East     ���A. E. Kemp.
.'. Rnssell.
Toronto .North    \v.   H   *- ���       *Hon. G. E, Fostei
Toronto South  C. Mu       A. C   Mai lonell
.!. G. - i -     -'  ���      *���      '
Toronto West     *E. B. Osier.
J. 11.  -.      -   dnd '   	
Victoria���Haliburton   ..   .*Dr. A. :-             ���������������Sam Hug    -
Waterloo  North     W. L.       King    K. R
W  ��� ��� . oo  Si  ith       Syl. M       ' ������    -���   '':-i:-
Welland   *W. M  -   George Hannan.
Wellington   North    "A. M i          W.A.Clarke.
Wellington South  *Hugl   i     irle       John Newstead.
w enl -.   th   W. 0   -     ��� :���" ���       W. H   Etolemy.
York Centre *P. B. '������'.   ��� an Thomas Wai! .
V North    *A. B.A  lohn Armstrong.
V : . ��3o ith            Dr. i' .      ���'���:            W   F. MacLi   n.
NOVA  SCOTIA���EIGHTEEN   MEMBERS.
Annanoplis 'S. W. \ ���     G. E. Coi
Au igi  .-.:   *W. Chi       in       E. L. Uirroir.
P   ton North   ....      D. D.        tteni Don, McCormack.
���   Breton   South    ...    Alex stoi     J    W.  Maddln.
���   -.   i    Charli -   Hill     'John Stanfield
���  u    erland j. L. Ralston Edgar* X. Rhodes
ii -       *A. J. S ....   clarence Jameson.
',.,.-     o        *.). H. Sinclair       <;. A. Rowlaa
:-.   ifax   1    "Win.   R         R.  L Borden.
Halifax   _    *Mfchael  Carne; A. B. Cro
 ��j. B.  Black      F.  W.  Hanrighi
ln\    ness       Dr.   -\.   W,   Cb   I ��� :- Dr   R, C   McLeod
King's ��sir   F.   Borden       X   W.  Eaton.
rienburg    *\.   K.   Mi Lean S   C. Marshall.
i       ��e.   M    Macdonald   ���������   ���   C. E. rann
. md       "j.  W. Kyte    R     ergu ion,
- ���     irne-Queens   "Hon. W   S   Fielding _   B  Moi n
J   rmouth    *B.   B    Law      C. S. Wllllan
NEW   BRUNSWICK���THIRTEEN   MEMBERS.
��� ii         ��F.    B    Carvell          B. F. Smith.
harloite         w.   F.   d'odd    "G. W. Ganong.
Jl ���o. T    geon T. M. B    i
 *0.  J.   Liiblanc     F. J. Robldeaux
gs-Albert    <;.   11.   McAlltstei     .   .. ��G. W. Fowler,
Northumberland       'W.   S.   Loggl ...   Donald Morrison,
igouche    M.unes Reld  ... ���       W. A.   Mott
St. John Citj    nes   Pender       ....      "Dr. S. W   J. Dan
St. John Citj  and County *Hon.  Wm.  Pugsiej .   Dr. A,  v1.'   M    U-
S  : Queens i      H.   .McLeai    ��R   I)  Wilmot.
ia         i   is   Mil ba id .   .  Dr. Kli kpatrtck.
Westmorland     R.   Emmerson   . Fred  W.  Summer,
York        ������.     W.   Bro�� "O.  S.  Crock- I
PRINCE   EDWARD   ISLAND���FOUR    MEMBERS.
Kings    "...   J.   Hughes ....._��� rasei
Prince James  W. Richards  ...   "A A  Lefurgey.
1 eens ',   B.   Warburton    ... McLean.
Queens       i.   I.. Browse      "Alex  Martin
MANITOBA���TEN   MEMBERS.
iiiaudou       Hon. C.  Sifton         Hon.   1.  M.  Daly.
nil,...,     i. a. liurrowi. Glen Campbell,
...--.ii-    F. Greeuwaj     W. H. Sharpe.
Macdonald        Dr S. J. Th'inipson  ..   .*\\,', D. Staples.
, ii    ������    m.   B.  juckson        -\\. .).
Po   .-���    la   Pr - . Ji  in  C   iwford V. A. Meighen.
Provencner LP. Molloy         A. C, LaRlviere.
Selkii      "S   J. Jackson       Thomas  Bradbury.
 \    m.   1,1.,.; II   .   ...    *F.  I.   Scuaffn i.
g       11   C. ( .im a M \. ii. - - u '
SASKATCHEWAN���TEN    MEMBERS.
Issin!     a     G.   Tui  ;;, .   . .    <'   ''.  .- ������   h
!;. !.. H .. ��� i -I i
      ,. Cham : >������  Moi. ii on.
         Dr. Noi  i ���- Lil 11< .
iacki      ��� .... [j     E. L. Ca. h   	
Buc    .:        ���        <������   ���.
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i'   \V.  Id.      . J. Mel K.i
'_ . .        T     Brown ...-    ..
M. Mi rtin         .
I    McN i"    .
** ��� ��� E.   .Mel il. A.  Mel
A���SEVEN   MEMBERS.
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,;- ���'���  '  .     .   Ur.   M.  nn.i Geoi  -  ,     Ri
lir    Mclntyi     .   l-l   W, Day,
i   G.  Anderson,   i Ind >   .
V: .   .    W,   H.  SViiite       F    V.  Morrison.
BRITISH   COLMUBIA���SEVEN   MEMBERS.
Il��           iVilllam SI mn  	
Kootemo Sl||hh  c���nia    v   s Goodeve.
W,   Davidson   (Soc).
N*'"-'i"1;i  ������ Ralph  Smith       F, li. Sh ipherd.
.1. II   Hnv Lha
N; *'���   VV( :.. ��� r    I  nllne    I   D. T     o
X:*"' " ' '     ��������� v. w   B, Mclnnes .   .���,   Gi orge  W. Cowi n,
.  Martin  ' Exclusion!     ]���;. t. Kl (Soc).
Ion.  Wm. Templenjan .   G. ll. Ba nanl,
���     i :.-;i-i   Ross    M    .In  I   rrlll.
YUK ' '    -ONE  MEMBER.
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SUMMARY OF PARTIES
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,:., -     Seven  -< ������ s  hav--    een :
and foni  ._. -'.-- . -
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... rhere  nre    Bevi:.     inferred
-lections    '   &$*���   Chicoutirai.    Pi -
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K. ��� an l  Yukon), or 214   . ��� ~
... ��� .   e c osen on Mondaj
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HEATING STOVES
It you want a heater ror - fi    i
. i.   rd Florance, Oxford Oi - ���    ���
nicklc- trimming ���
Do   no:   forget   to  call   in
Ranges, the ranges thai  -..    rea] get
T. J. TRAPP & CO.. Ltd.!
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* The Fraser Valley Nurseries
J    have for the coming season a very complete Uni
I NURSERY   STOCK
��� Make no mistake, but s'nn your orchard rig
* HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered  with '
we!! as getting acclimated trees.   We have ovi - .
can  handle your order,  no matter  what the size.    11  i
agen*. in your locality, wrte to us at Burna-y La.--   ' -
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*      NURSERY AND GROUNDS. BURNABY  LAKE. B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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We are now booking private
Christmas Cards. Printed Greetings
with your own name.
A beautiful line of sample? can
be seen  now  to   select  from.
fi J. J. MacKay & Col
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PAGE or.VEN
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i^S�� OUR
��� OVERCOATS
AND
RAINCOATS
ARE IN
EXCLUSIVE
DESIGNS
AND
PATTERNS
TAILORED
BY
AGENTS  FOR
STRACHAN
HAT'S
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Hie Strictly Cash
Store
SPECIAL LINES
IN  FANCY
SHIRTS
mon
TRAPP BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET, NEV/ WESTMINSTER
SOLE AGENTS
4amf>
% 4fod&
Tailors
We have Nobby  Silk Faced Overcoats.
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-Agencjv For
Cariiartt Gloves
and Overall, Uniforms
Our Carhartt Overalls and   Jackets
are the best Union Made Goods
sold in  America for
working men.'
The aristocrat among Overalls.
We are offering a Few Men's and Boys' Suits at Very Low Prices for Today.
c^*c*:*oo*c*o*o*g*o^o*q*o*o*c*o*c^
Grand
1 Wanted-:- Lost -.-found
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
'a,.,....,...,. ._..._���_���  -���
RUSKIN ELECTORS
FAVOR JARDINE
OST    English setter   pun    i'n t<..
white, witb black spots.    Return to
Chapman's billiard  parlors.
(Continued  Irom   Pan
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ind well tuoughi out speech    eviewed
Liberal
Rally
Mr. W. W. B. Mclnnes
WANTED-
By     i..-;���, ctabl       Scotch-
woman  a
few hours' v, ork, hi use oi
church cl
��� ��� tning.   P. 0. Box 732.
I
WANTED
Whit.
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.ood wa-
ges.     ������.;���
1)    to
\\
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restaur-
ant.
WANT 1-1 Ii-
Engli
shman    des
rlng    to
settle- In
district.
requires
position
as bookk
'-.���' r
or
cashier,
Highest
reference
-,  London,  England.    Post
Olfii-'.   ox "54,
Xe
-..  Westminster.
WANTED���Young girl to mind children.    Apply A. M.. News office.
FOR  SALE-���-Piano;   part   cash,   oal-
l     ance terms
J. B��� Dally News.
AND
Mr. Robert Jardine
will address the Electors of South
Vancouver and Burnaby
in the
Agricultural Hall,
CENTRAL PARK,
Tuesday, Oct. 20th,
at 8 p. m.
[ j WANTED���A couple to share home
with lady; terms moderate. Address  Mrs.  D.. Brltcola   P.  0.
FOR S.ALE -Five acre lot, cheap for
cash. Brownsville; close in. Applj   "M," Dally  N i.\ -.
TO RENT���Two furnished front bedroom. Applj Arrow Press, ack of
Windsor Hotel, or 287 Victoria St.,
near Library.
. ___..__---______._-________---.
j TO  LET���Two furnished     oms.   Ap*
I ply J., this office.
I -____^__-________________________
II WANTED���Experienced clerk in cigar
and tobacco business.    Apply    Box
Tin, City.
WANTED���A   nurse
Jones.
;irl.   Mrs.   Dr.
Everybody welcome.
CANABlAN PACIFIC
*IUHTIC STEAMSHIPS
and uuii-^treiii
00K*N'G TO AND FROM ANY
JTS 1N THE OLD COUNTRY
c,ll: IED  AT THIS  OF
::;; ' ���   Oct. 30.
���' ' ^nd,   Nov.  13.
'����-������  "nd   particulars.
ED   OOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
to
SO   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Thr presenl  tnanagement oi  tne
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth   Avenue  und Marlon Street,
SEATTLE
Washington, wishes to announce thai UNIFORM REASONABLE
RATES will prevail in the future, regardless of convention-'.
World's Fair, etc.
RATES
Room  $1   per  day  up.
Room  and  board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with   bath  $2.50 per  day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
it* rales have seemed unreasonable In   the  past   please  give
this hotel another trial;     We  will   promise     to   -end      you     awa.
thoroughly   satisfied.
All are outside'rooms, with ho. and cold water, steam heat,
and long distance telephone,   Bus meets all trails and boats.
A.RLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr.
TO RENT���Delta farm, 220 acres, all
cultivated and underdrained, good
house, barns aud buildings; spring
water piped on to property; shipping facilities by water and rail;
church and school close; produced
$5000 this year; D-year lease to
right party. White, Shiles & Co.,
New  Westminster.
LOST���Lady's English open face 18-
carat gold watch. Finder please return to J. Bell, World office.
TO LET���Housekeeping rooms furnished or unfurnished, also single
room with fine view. Apply 12;!
Ninth street,  city.
FOR S.ALE���Light pony cart, in good
condition; or exchange for buggy.
Morley, Vancouver  road, East Bur-
naliy.
FOR SALE���House, stable and two
lot:, cleared and fenced, Secoud
street and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
V ESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
hade Marks
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J* Newsome & Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
I NewWestminster
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and     McNEELEY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTFR.   B.   C.
Phone   431- P. O. Bo��  88b
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail
express and freight connect with
<tages at Carcross and White Horse,
Maintaining a through winter service
Ioi   information applv to
i    H   SOGERS,  Traffic   Manage-..
���   policj  rn' the  Liberal .-��� Imlnistra- |
tion 'luring its twelve yeai - of office.
ll-   said in pari:
'II  wui  be my duty rhis evening to
efore you the case for the present    Liberal    administration   and    to
show  good  and   valid     reasons    why
that administration should be returned;
to power.   In the first place tlie enor-1
nious increase of    trade    throughout
the whole  Dominion  during  the  past
twelve  y< ars. under Liberal  manage-1
ment, must  be taken into consideration.   We Bud criticisms from the op- j
position uiion the grounds of increased!
expenditure, but I would ask you is
it possible to increase the volume of
business  without an  increase  of    expenditure; tin   nett  n mlt is what we
must look at.   We find 'hat when the
present  party came    into    power    in
1.96 there were legacies of debt    in
every   department,   we   find    deficits
everywhere turned into surpluses. We
should be grateful for the wise    and
businesslike manner ln which our af-
I fairs have bqeri handled.
We find  from th- Tory press    and
other  sources,  complaint  against  the
present government in that the Honorable Clifford   Sifton     has     actually
1 been guilty of the atrocious crime of
I making   money.    Clifford   Sifton  was
! one of the best ministers this country
i ever had, a shrewd business man and
just the kind of man to have in charge
lot affairs  of magnitude.      Mr. Sifton
j made his money by his own persona!
! foresight and on account of the immi-
| gration  policy  which    he    so wisely
! thought out, a  policy   which   was  in-
i strumental in the bringing into this
1 Dominion thousands and thousands of
! well-to-do settlers from the Great Re-
| public to the South of us and there-
j by increasing by millions annually the
i wealth of the nation.
The Tories have already had    two
' chances during the past twelve years,
i to oust the government  from  power,
but each time the verdict of the peo- j
I pie, the jury in all elections, has oeen :
I "Well done, you good and faithful ser- I
Jviints;  proceed with your good work.",
There  ,are   two   great   issues before
1 the people of mis province today: one I
is the Asiatic exclusion question and I
the olher is  the  question    of  Better1
Terms.    To take first  tli i question of
Better  Terms, it must   be  clearly remembered that thia is a matter to be
settled by all the premiers, and not by
Sir  Wilfrid or his government.      We
find that when the premiers of   tlie
various provinces assembled together
had agreed upon $100,000 a year for
ten  years  for this   province, the  premier of this  province  left  the  room
and slammed th    door, and of course
got  nothing���he  would  have nis own
way   <u-  nothing���that's   what   it   am- :
omits   to.    Why  did   noi  Mr.   McBride
take that   million  dollars    and  come
back at them again in the near future
i
for a further sum?   The reason Ls not I
far to seek���the refusal    of  ,iis d-**-'
iii,-.iiids   was  to be   used   as   campaign
ammunition in the local elections.
Now coming to the question of Asiatic exclusion, which is n most weighty-
one and one upon which time will preclude my addressing v-ou at any great
length, I may say that Liberal., and,
Conservatives in this province are a
unit on this question as upon the:
question of Better Terms, ,and therefore 1 repeat that the Tories have no
policy of their own.
Let us take, the record of the two
parties and see how they compare. In
all the ycar8 the Tory party was in f
power, the Chineee poll tax was Increased only a paltry $50, 1. r., from
$50 to $10.' Ve all know that the
Liberal part} his Increased the Chinese poll tax to $500, and we know
full well that the effe ������ has been good
and that m the present time there are
comparatively few Chinese coming into the country Let us go further;
let us flght for ��� further increase to
$1000, and so on as ��_ find i: neee-s--
sar}-. The Japanesi question is as we
..ill know an entii 1 [ifferent one.
Imperial politic. Influence this mo-
I mentous question and with Japan an
ally of Greal Britain in the far East,
diplomacy must plaj perforce a considerable part. Sir Wilfrid Laurier
took the matter up vigorously, despatched one of hla most able, ministers to Japan, a conference was held
with tli*.- Japanese authorities.at which
the British ambassador was also present, with the result that a treaty was
promulgated whereby the emigration
of Japanese to Canada was restricted
to the comparatively small number of
400 per year, aud these 400 to come
only direct from the land of their
birth; the influx of hordes of Japanese via. the Hawaiian Islands was effectively killed.
1 come now to wha* in soma parts
of this constituency is a most important question, namely. :hiat of the
fisheries. As far as the poor fishermen is concerned, a sad state of affairs exists, a state of affairs brought
about by the unwarrantable interfer-
ence of the Conservative government
in Victoria. -We ti' I wo sets of regulations, dual tees���everything in a
mix up. Premier M-'Bride stated in
New Westminster last August that
������.Clothed with the uuMority of the
Privy Council, the province was endeavoring to do all possible to help
the fisheries." Now, Air. Chairman,
and Gentlemen, ! Wlll read you an extract from the decision of the Privy
Council: "For these reasons, their
lordships feel constrained to aold tbit
ibe enactment of the fisheries regulations and restrictions is within the exclusive competence of the Dominion
legislature, and is not within the legislative powers of Provincial legislatures." Now, can you tell me why
the Provincial government interferes
with the fisheries? May be they have
some very influential friends amongst
the cannerymen and perhaps these
oanneryment occasionally journey to
Victoria air! exploit their views and
their requirements.
The Tory party comes before you
with its record closed���a record of
blot and blur, of revllement, of abuse
and of slander, and asks you not to
read a spliiar/ word of what it has
done, but to be kind enough to tai.e
its promise f��!' ���vl��t '��� will do.
Some people say: "We wanl a
c.iange." What lor? "Well, we want
a change." There never was a time
in the history of this country when
it wns as prosperous a. it has ecen
for the past twelve years under the
Lib.ral administration.
In ii new country Ilk . th's a man
must possess in least three virtues���
honesty, courage and generosity���and
these virtues are enjoyed ti a large
degree by our candidate, Robert Jardine.
Tue Liberals of this riding have
named as their standard bearer Ro'i-
e.rt Jardine. He is rot a professional
politician; he is not '-ven it lawyer:
he is a business man; he has studied
all the great questions that aff -d the
prosperity and well being of the. people of this province and' the Dominion
at large. His opinions -are Well knowa
and 1 say to you tonight that there Is
not a man in this riding who is b-.vtter
qualified   to  represent  cur  interests.
RORIE & CO.
Telephone 334. P. O. Box 55S.
Accountants, Auditors & Assignees.
Books kept and written up. Statements of accounts made out. Stock
sheets listed and checked. Trading
and profit and loss accounts made up.
Books balanced. Accounts collected.
Balance sheets prepared.
BegbU St., New Westminster.
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Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard BlocK, New Weitm.ntter.
BASKETBALL BOOMS SUCCESS ATTENDS
AT COLUMBIAN colleqe      nRST LEAGUE GAME
League  Games  Started  on   Saturday��� ���	
Firs:   Year   Arts   Defeat   Matrics.-   Royers Won    by    T\VO    Goal?
Faculty   Loses. . .
J rom Nationals���Visitors
With  a  trerj   weakened  team, only       Had Lasy Match.
.. oui half ������!' whose players were reg- .
:   .       ��� -     lie second division
���   .. socce:  ��� even i,:' Columbian col-
���.-   lefeated the Qrandvie^, aggT ga
tion ai P .street ground.-., Vancon-
ver. on Sati ay, by the score of two
goals to one. Both college goals were
made by MacDonald. Next Saturday
the team will again go to Vancouvei
to play tee V. M. C. A.
The cl'--' lnter-claS3 basketball
league began business Saturday evening in thi -i in. with two games, the
first between the Fi**8< v<-'1'' ������"- :,;:
'the Matriculation, and ihe second      -
! iween th-   Commercial   and  the Faculty,
The Flrsl Yeai Arts live came on
:he floor arrayed In btock shirts, adorned with the skull and cross bones.
This breastplate was peculiarly suited
to its wearers, .-.- the flve members of
the team . ��� all n ulsters' sons, this
class having a i dy of tha*. pro
duct in the school The Matrics. lost
by 13 i" 5, the score being 7 to l in
the firs' half, in-..; ,; to 4 in the tost.
The  faculty g it  it  in  the neck in
thi  second game from the Commercials,   but!'������' took   their   defeat   stoically, j
manfully gulping  all  sobs of ciiagrin.!
The profs., however, have profited by
their lesson from *.vie future kings of
capital,  and  ln1 nd, it  is  understood,]
to follow the example of the industrious Theologui -       rising early in order :o  put  in  a  half hour's   practice j
before half past seven breakfast. Sat
urday's  score.  21 to   14.   shows  they i
nee-!   to   work  their    scheme    pretty j
hard.    The result of such a practice
will be shown this afternoon, when to- j
morrow's ezpoun lers of "sixthly and i
lastly" will  bum;, up  against the Intermediates.
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Cars for Vancouver and waf
stations will run eTery half-
hoar from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
i!_ast 'ar lv. Vancouver 11:SO.)
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Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
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As   was     .      '   i   Wi stminsti .   hi
an easy  victor)  over thi   Nationals a
Brockton   Point,   Vanci  tver,  on   Saturday   in  the flrsl   -��� ������ ���   in the Van-
,    iver   district   league.     The   Rovi
���   good  te.im out,   the only  not-
a ile  absentee   being Lumsden.    ._��� :.
neth Brown played centre. Lock su
-��� [uently changing places' with    him
: The crowd  was    but    small,    nuiin'..
Westminster rooters,  . ..dnting to    thi
'.iitle  interest  taken    in    association
football in  the  Terminal    City.      An
in,!'ji iii'. 1 opinion of the visitors is
unquestionably   that    t.ie   halves   and
-backs   did   their  work   well,   bu;   thi
missed   Leamy   at   centre  half,   whil
ihe forwards owing to th'e numerou:
chang-s which have been made from
' time to time, do not seem :o under-
stand   one another  as    they    sh...
the      consequence    being    that    ���!*.
: shooting is erratic.    For    -.he    horn
' team,   which   was   representative,  th--
.backs  did useful   work,   while    Jones
: was   ihe  star  of  the   forwards.   worK
jing   hard   all   tbe   time   and   shown, -
good judgment with the ball.
Uninteresting   Start,
The first  half was devoid of inter-
i est,  no score  being  made by    eith i
sid .  and  the  Rovers   did  not   ex< i
I themselves  at  all.    The  fiist  sect!
of play was around the visitors' _
Clark  and  Kirby clearing well. Jones
'and Anderson put in some good shots
bu*.   Barbaree   had   no   real  difficult..
with   them.    Down  at   the  horn, end
McGowan and Caydzien  took up thi
attack,   but   the   former lingered   too
long   svith   the.   ball.    G.   Harring   .r
1 ngth cleared and play held for som***
' time   in   mldfie.d,   Bruce   getting   In
,(some   long   kicks.      McFarlane    was
called   ipon to save, which he did on
| two    occasions     most     successfully.
When the home men did seeur--. the
.-,..<.   Westminster, B. l .      foi- '..Is were weak and failed to ef-
October IT. l.".>   feet anything useful.      Two    corners
T. J. Arm-.':    ..    r.-;.. !awar!*-d   against   the   Nationals   di i
Returning Officer, :. it lei the Rovers in. but it was luck
\*. * Westminster filectoral District: rather than good play which ac-
Take notice that I, Robert Jardine, counted for the change. Brown put
candidate in the election for a mem- in a good shot at long range and Barber to serve ir. the House or' Com ee was once tested, wh!!*- just
mons of Canada, no ��� eing ':.-. i ' ��� tore the interval Caydzien ; tssed
and for the Electoral Distrl t of New to Lock, who shot, but ihe iii:
Westminster, havi . dnted William I the uprights. The Nationals weri foi
.lames Wfaltesid. I.thi ( itj of New Itunate io escape in the accompanying
Westmin-ster, B. C irrister-at-law, melee.
as m> official agent             i election.   ;                  T��inis Wake   Up.
ROBER1   JARDINE Crossing over, it was not   long   to-
fore some life was put into th��- game,
McGowan scoring after several
minutes' play from a kick wulch
sent the ball against the right hand
post the goalkeeper failing to reach
It and the ball went into the net.
Previous to this the Rovers had been
lucky to escape a score from a corner and after th*-y hal opened tho
sfi.ei the Nationals tried hard to
equalize, though without success. i/ick
obtained the next goal. Carse, who
was perhaps the best half on thii.-Id. soon alter rendered himself noticeable b.. a tine shot at long range,
which passed over the cross-bar.
Clark was tailed on to clear, and at
the home end, after ite- lacks hai
[ailed, McFarlane broughl ,>it a
splendid _a>.<. a numbe
did   ii"     m i ��� . lalizi .   and   th
NOTICE
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westn-unbter, B C
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City   Line:     Cars   leave trara I
office on the hour, twenty mm- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- *
ter,  commencing  at   6:21  a   m. X
Sapperton Line: Cars leave S
at ten m!D.:t--s aft-r the bour. *
half past an! fifty minutes after *
the hour, ccmmencing at 6:30 *
a. m. m
Sunday  Service   hair-neurly b��- ���,?.
tween S.^i'i a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lid
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$25.00   - .. - "ii Fifth aven ie. i
S22 00 ren - on Agnes Btreet, G . oom , moderi
$20.00 rents 5-roomed cottage on  Foti th  streel   modi   n, fine lot,
$20.00 renta on Columbia street, nea   Cri i        ms.
$18.00 rents "ii St. Ceorge Btreet,  6 rooms,  modern,
$18.00  rents  7-roomei  house on Third avenue,
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
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opposite Court House Ne* .Vestri.luster.    PhOT/> 143
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ters and - , I Blackie Blk,
Columbia street,   \-,.w    Westminster!
W. .1. Whiteside, n. l, Edmonds
MARTIN ft  McQUARRIE,  HARRIS-
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Many Worthy Lines
at Prices Less
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Mary an opportunity comes to us in buying our larg< rjjcj.
up special snaps at exceptionally low prices.    We mention here
we consider are worthy of your quick attention and inspect;.
An Underpriced Line of
Ladies'  Tweed Coats
$8.75
The most exceptional  values In our Coat Department  -������ n.    It is nol often
nity to choose a coat of these qualities at as low price.
They are made of dark Invisible plaids and ttripes;  three-quarter lengths.    A  :���
trimmed with velvet collars; others are made with bias straps of same mati r ,,;
with buttons.    Sizes  range, contains extra large sizes in Misses' Coats as well as
Specially price i this week.   Bach $8.75.
3 New Lines of Ladies'
Black Taffeta Waists
$4.75,  $5.75  and   $6.75
At $4.75
Made of soft  black taffeta, long sleeves, button  front, with
rows of tucks on back, fron* and collar.
At $5.75
Mad- of chiffon  taffeta,   long   sleeves,   hii':.   pointed   collar.
and trimm-l  with plaits and buttons.
At $6.75
Mai..- of fine soft chiffon taffeta; Gibson plaits     .raid niiii-
front and  collar;   with   fancy   design  and  buttons    down
front,   In these three new lines we show all  - zes,  from :'...' to
ill inches.
Superior Gauntlet Gloves
for Ladies, #2.25 per pair
An i-xtra good grade of Tan Cape Kid, Mocha and Buckskin
Gloves, with a variety of widths, in plain and fringed cults.
Size.s 6%  to 7'v.   Per pair. $2.25.
Another Special
Line of
Black Sateen
Underskirts
1*00 each
Four dozen more    I ��� ���
i ial l'i, :��� : .-*.. ts Just ::.. :.. idi
qualit)   _��:een.  full   - '*���
wide   frill.     While  thi
$1.00 each
Special Snap in
Ladies' Hose,
3 pair for
$1.00
Thirty  dozen  in  thi
pair is  !,- ��   and  pei ft   -
Black  Kiiilm.il !< ;��� ;   I
Tan   and   Black     Ca.-!.:;
Cash men . sizes SH to 1 *
specially   marked   it ou     I    ���   '-*
lines.    Th ��� ���   pair for $1.00.
Coating Cloths of
Every Description
Many mothers make up their
Children's coats. We offer a
great choice  of materials.
Heavy Cream Berges, in cheviot  and   blanket   weights.    Per
.'���ard. 75c   to  $1.50.
1 '.'��� am Be Iford Coi d, .      �� nol.
!������      .... ���:    90c.
Colored    Freize    Cloths,    in
......
-   . ��� ��� Pi
$1.25.
Heavy Homespun
Coatings
lian All
n ha
Per J
$1.50.
''. ��� ��� ',
... ! weaves Pei
$2.25 t0 $4.50.
Cardli  il    PI ish,   -i    mate
whlfch needa no Bpecial descrip
tion.    Per yard, $1.35,
Velvet Cords, In shades of navy, car linal, grey; brown, -r en,
fawn, purpb . cream and I.lack.
Per  vard   50c  to  65c.
An Attractive
Range of Kimona,
Blouse and
Wrapper Cloths      j
It is usually hard to .-���<���:���. i
Ioi hi patterns for s barge sto<
The  i emai      o|     istomera  this
season lead  us  to  believe that
ha' e now   a   selection   tha
'���:- : ion   i- ��� ban us i
md tl ,   ced as
i.     . , _ . .
Si and  Chi.
 ���   ���..  cl ,ths.
'2    c  to 35c. per yard.
Heavy Moleton
Flannelette
nivalin- wo il . lerdown In
warmth ��� -.. i, ��� ��� , ��� _��� extra
heavy weighi . -,..,;,,.], adaptable foi kimon is and gowna.
Colors  ai" ca dinal    and
L'rey     Per yard,  35c.
Knitted Wool
Scarves,
50c to $1.5C
\In ~ ��� '
are assured  i
M
'/.��� pll . :     a--   ���
n Ith   ap   '     ������ ���     -
thi-n
Many
Novelties in
Gilt Effects
Co :
sei T
Gilt  .4
i...
LACE  COLLARS
wear Department.
W. S. Collister & Co.
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