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 [White. Shiles & Co.
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IVhite, Shiles & Co
rtEAL ESTATE
W Columbia St. Pbone 85
341
'*' WEDNESDAY
'
COPY.
gfjjjjj ADMIT
IANAGER MUIUKAN lli       LEQURfl DllCIIIBES
DEllfiiiTEIi WITH cm
ISTSIIK     ACCUSE 'VWCOUVER H4S SECWED
Declares Capitals Will Come Out After
I tit. \X7_t_c1    i     Minto   Cud   Before   Long���'Tharfka
earn West-
,: Score the
Bafi Las1 Game<
Citizens  *'       I Indness.
In
Wa
by A.T. 'CI'.1- ......
... .'*:   I . .     ... c    D _-..-.*. __.-,___��_
. " ii,.    ��� .   .is.    v d In  the
ibjeci oi om   trip, thi   humiliating o
distiiii:   ru-  thi   ��� 'i iii    champion lat.ro   .
yjjg Q0mln    :l"'   having defeat d u   on thre
ci wlvi   occasion ���    hi       n.
eansi   to regri    ou    ������-��� ���    ���    v. ���
We ba      enjoyi
in. nsel     and   ���' bo      ire o     lie
o ilnlon   tha     hi     n< had sucl
tin Ir Hv.
cone     ..... li 11
VIedica    Mfe
��� rica.
: |t  Rockies  a
ai  tii.' Salome  grounds
H yet arrived	
,-       :      dl ���''       -       '"'"       **
.   .,        ..:���,      "I        '      ^*"!
...i   ���
Ill
wilds  '���
thi    . ���    "��� '
defeated the
le I
to 4.
capped
thi   l'n
���
Minto Cup ���   for<     e     loni
ed   Manage     Mulligan   ���
In  I Idd '
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in  ���         '
d   in     '':'
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,,   phi'      Munn, .-.   '  ' ������:il
Ion,
toi    "Until lacrosse is dead
Wit
tat
���
ii  of Repre
Capitulating.
���    As to Own<
*'... '���'.   is   Now   Set
' -     ��� Time,
BANQUET Will Bl:
NOTABLE GATHERING
List of Representative Methodist Clerg
Who Will Attend.
* ���
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.   .
if   Vine
; hi
i
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thi   . "      which  :
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l
ng wl
outside
i
...
. ���
I was
.... Th
....
. ��� ���    ..... '   i
am sucl i    .     i
'
t doe'_ not look
... ���        , , i .
I      we have t    ew goo
far   fr ...    -        ��� -  " ell   and we wan:  tha
-    era!     ������       ' -'in."
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I
E  i   Gi
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PO_
Shape.
... ,.s 1. fl mn. b
..   possible ex-
_       the  mo-1
.. , rosse '��� ������ ���'
man  was off
;������ was pui  up
; been seen   a;
, i ���., ei i. local
ol Un- team to-      On   :������ ha I   ol   thi
condition   of party,  Mauagei   Mulligan  desired
IHT-he play.        riade first-Mas     N ��s to extend thanks to the  J
:,.. itj.      Brilliant  oi   v. es   .....
but  only  In] tl agem.      of the 1   ���
... inhibition and the official- ol
the   Westminster   Lacrosse   club,
the manner in which thej  had hi
entertained  and  t.-i.-d    while  in  i ���
city. Several of the players, who ...
iwiihin   hearing  when   Mr    Mulligan
made   Ihis   request,   neniii'..    ni!. I
his   statement   a-   to  the   hospitality
which  had  i.e. n   show n them  by   the
thi   W< ���!
I    Th     Capitals  h ft   la i     nl   i    foi
neither I Vancouver, whence thej stari on their
iradis.
Moi
men
is   .   ���- ���     hi ��� ii
.    . ......   .���
...   . - -  in
g   thi Lions   'y'"'��
...   g��od
. m  hm.    ,-    -
took   part  were   shown.    1   ���
���   .< ere noi only - a    s,:'
mi ''ll-
to which   ���     while
ui  11. ���   .  u   ���      rom
whii "n   ai'.    evi   ���
when.   an .   h     ���   ���   imi   and   .
... c,,!,',   ....
e ol
,,,,,,,      x        _. i | ,    :. ,.  .,,,..   ... .
*y _    nd  ��� *��� citing
.    ��� had had with the fierc
v
Paclhc  ���
���
mem   "
,   ,S     V  '
'eren.
HI   v. ���
e.'ll.l-w
Ul
.....       i
..      |        ...
Th
������������ nnrl
���
. .   , . ,
her    had   I i
A.   North   Bay.
Thi   Canadian
accept-
v ���
strik-
given t.   i;      " i  men,
.    .....
wore
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ii    '
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moine mmm
SERIES OF HEEflNliS
���al  Candidate Will  Address  Elec-
Throughout   District���Six
Meetings   Next   Weel<.
'
General   Board  cf  Missi
i* ^^^^^H^^^^^l
���
.'
ni  ii
ih
'
lau
any
���
. |i   to  any   extent', li
���   _.,s   el.-d.      8C0t1
st Munn after a scrim
.  goal.   Munn was
veial times .linen being also r<
:., .      . . -v  .ui occasions.
Wesl rs Get Bu5y.
against   them  and
:   ..,.  Salmon Bel '
.   second   qu��rtei
,. into Capital ter-
,    made a i ouple
temp! - to score, but
it.... ��� Spi m ;   " ' ha Is
..   the home team
I . ,,  melee In  I run I
I'.*.- ired    ..��� ball an.l fluu
I-.'.. .,���, .    ll.
lomeward Journey this mornln
exhibition  gann ���   will   be  played
<. ii
No
ui
..... ha. ��..i. .I", e. . tu*
'     ',.'.
ARMED miBUlRS STEAE
EROMLAONER POST OFFICE
Uurylars   Frighten   Young   Man   Sleep
ing on Premises, Break  Open  Safe
and  Get   Away with  $250.
pose.il ^
,_  ..... attempt
.
1 wo armed rubbers earlj yesterdaj
,,,, ming broke Into tbe posl uffloi   ol
Ladner and succee led In g< ttlng - if1
.,��;.>   with   $360  in   cash,   besides
���cial small articles of value.
.aped injury. I    ''*-" burglar, came In by the haoh*
.  Sl)1.   . ,e-  ' routa.a__d t young man who had
'   -���   j,;.   ;    , ,,i sleeping in  ,he place  ..eeairie .o
,ag cap-   rrtghtenad thai  he Mt b, the front
 I    If.'i'"    -.    next  mom-tit     Her.ntoar,   ,
.,,-  i..r    -to glv the alarm.  .���. i, the , n ���
.    .wis    sec,red    t���e    f ������'  9
,,a.  '���   "l'���   ''
.... :     -
the narro ���   resulting
Practice   of   Polygamy.
11. . ...    es, Mr. Wa
told ho*w  - en ' stitlous th. 1   w '���' ��� . and
the  malign  Influence of  *> '"��� b
icto       vho caused them to cell '���- iti
kinds    '  foolish customs     Polj ga
in     .. 1-   pi ictised   ������ >' ��� ��������here,    the
hli ���  ha 1 in-.'  beti. i  n  foi I ������   and fifty
���-   in  facl one usrh' red that  the
.    'i  caste  In   T"titiolnud   was   refeu
lated    ������  thi   numbei  '>r wives a man
could   purchase.    In   consequence  of
the   Women   '"inn  all the  work,  die
. Is   latere   much   better     developed
than  the young men, ami were much
I'ss   susceptible   to   disease.     A   habit
which   he  ns��d his influence  to   stop
��� ���    the hemp smokine, which  jvhs in-
haled  into the lungs, eausine  violent
coughing,  and  so  rendering  the  na-
lives   pai ticularlv   liat.le   tb  disease.
The lecturer commenced a school
which prospered well. His health.
how...  . compelled him to   .turn to
/.   ������ 1    to ... .-i Heal ad -
in ; tie   .-tired,   .vlr. Wateia atn
tention  to return to the
itry to carry on his labors.
'I ie com] le foi  all
Few  at  Moosejaw.
Moosejavi   Oct. fi     Out I   '���'
Ired   ��� pplli - ���    "
��� . " men wi     taken on.
At  Montreal.
'  al,  tic:    ���'     (*     ih.      Vngus
sh '  "   ���]'���'-   ��� ' :  ' 'I
were takfeh on    Nin   onl.
ers.
At   Calgary.
('iticajrv.   Oct.   6     Ml    ipprentjjcd
bi'   carmen,   seveilteRti   machlnllstsi
nine   bollermakers,   all   bollermakers'
tiers,   ho   machinists'   helpei s,    no
blacksmiths were taken on here.
art   Ja I   '������
at   '.'��� .vii      ...
'   -   '
ing   .; .    ... On
��� ��� , with V..
'���,:".   '       I
Vanei 1 ind     on   bu( lins] laTV1D���
les    in. ...I,    ...
;.        1        , .  ai  the fi .'.'.���.in-   ^ ],j. ti���,.(,in    1
l
Oct. :i!
Oct li
. ,, ��� '. :
let. 14
Oct. 1 .
Stev. tton.
. rdale.
���
-Chilli
l.i.ln.
Wi
itmlnstei    "v
Oct.  ti'.    Sow
1). ���   '.    \,. - trnln itei  Junction,
SEATTLE PASTORS AliAIN
WAR UN MININ THEATRES
cal
....
���
,1 ning
BORDEN TU BE CANDIDATE
IN T��0      ""
\    E
igton -      i   and the.
de    the auspic
,    .     There were
.p  con pSc-
.       a ��� ...  su .
.   .   ���      ���  ...
1     aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH
I,
in.
ifl     'RIM3  SAILS  TO
MEET POLITICAL GALE
CURFEW TO Rt ENFORCER
BV EDMONTON POLICE
K.i.noiiton. net. 6,   Thfe depart
... ftto aey _��� ,n . i   I < ��� ������ ted
the city  police  tO see   urn    li.    .11  t   .-,
law  Is    i"     a rlct ly  o .served in  th.
rii>- chief of p.ii.ee has  i b
fore issued Instructions to police offi-
... --   n ttike th.- names of any   child
-��� tli ��� ,1 -.��� of  11   s   irs found
ir tl
...
..i.t.-.. ��� liffer
fuse  ad
lanicd
Seattle, Oct. 6.���The ministers ...
Seattle hhvi begun a united effort to
ti. theatn of ihis city oh Suu-
\it.'t hours "f animated discussion al the meeting of the Mini
1.1 tui association, ll was decided tb
petition the tfittyor that all amuse-
1111 nt i, sori ������',,, , ised on th
daj of 'he week.
____________________________________________________________________________{-
S.  Huesti       !
I    D   ��� . 0
���
......
  D Rev   Man!}
i       H   .   W. 11.  ��� ���
Tho      Mai     ill;  Rev. U
!'.!{..     I    A    Woo 1;   R. v.    \
i'. D .  Rev. W. P. :.i. fit
r C    H    ihi.-.is.   M.    ...   ... .
Smb.       1,   Rev.  u.   Darwin,   Rev.  T.
C   Buchanan, Harris r,  v-w
I, 'k. C     C. B.  k<- tn    ���
J. W.  i'lii..':'. . LL r> .   iloii. ,lus-
Maclaren,   LL,   D;     Hon.   W.   II.
\!e':.'.ii   ShaW,    II,    L.    I.".'' :
(lng, Tho . John 11   Chapman,
W. K. Hall, W, ll. 1..'.        JudK<   S.
J.   R.  Inch. LLD :   George
.1.  Hon. .1.  W.  Slf-
SV. .i.  Hunt, J. X.
..nil
Eoard   of   Directors ot   College.
lol It.
���!     .- x.,
James Turner,    A.  E. Greerf,  ft,  W.
(Ladner), S, S, 0- ..  (Ve'r-
\  E, Hetherington, S. ... Thompson  tVlctorla), W. 11. Barraclough, .1.
,1-   vVi itman,   and   vi*.   L,   11..11   1
Pearson, '> im,
'    R   d. <*  3. l\. Ith,   1    i. La ig
,     i ike, tt. W.
..  Dr.   U.   \.    Hi  .   .   ���<    B.  Ers-
klne, \\. 11. Malkln, .1. !;. Mathers, G.
' :.    ��� ihwi 11  (Chllliwi :_ I,  A. C. Wells
llSardlsj, W. C. Pound tVernon), Geo.
[IP 11   (eiitierby),  II.  L D. *.:��� ��� k   CPen-
tlctbh), C; P. Llndmark .It. ve stoke),
.1    It.   Drown   iSmniii. .inn I).     Janies
Tuttle ii-::.uinei, Wrn. Manson iNau-
atmo),   Sainuel  Cough   (Naiiaiinol,  R.
L   Drury   (Victoria).   W.   J.   Pendray
i\'h toria), r. o. Majo-., II. ll. Stevens
(Vancouver),   Dr.   Geo.   E.   ['new,   N.
Shakespeare   (Victoria),  A.  1_.  Carter
ouver),   Stem   W* stuiinst. r City
council;  Mayor Keary, Aldermen Jar-
di,.. .   Fader,   Henley,  .lohnston.  Gray,
Shile.    md   Garrett,   and   Citj   Clerk
first
Refuses Offer of $5000 a Week. Malt,  memher   ol ll 5  of the
t on ion,  Oi 1     v    !-i��� 1    *';        tut y co     ,     r ..      \,     sipprell     (prlncl-
.tedined an off.-.-of % 1    ,     Bowell     1:.   M,  Burwash,
}��� ���      Po lei    \.  I-'.  Din- tiit-toii. E. L,
IV   1.. Clark     M. mh trs ot
' ������,..... .. are
ii... te.        ' otnas
.. .: : 1 tha
I
.1,
1.
11.1. ..I.     1
-. ��� ���
������
mi
1 ihe ball
... lo*
'    .ni   0
nrnlnill    1 md.
��� 1 ��� men 111 his
1   ml    it"1 an.1
...... ii ���,.   :..i
ei     Grumpy
ll;    oon  af'
;ame,  the
	
' ,t  ,111:11
lie   III.II' .',-.'
1      ,. ���   . ��� 11...      111 i o 11      1
,.. .       .   .. t    ,1
10111 ,
mil will. Ilka . .1
,        ,iidl i.l.e     lu . !011 .. ".   .
1 ..... 1 ifnx  and   .',ii-'e:,iu
���>'     his
 olli .���
1 '    'ti	
. ciiinpulgn    The
. c
Church   Sold   by  Aunt..   1
md .- t
it
for  11                   ��� "in ���
���
, solo ii, Si   iames cli'iirch ai Sh
on   I the
:                        . ������ ,   .
. fl 11 :el-      hav.
no ...
whirl
'.
car
,, - ! ecial
'��� .       ,m i
Slppn
to    \ ,     ������'���'���
in
ind
Unlucky    Days   foi-   C IBl r i
iVilluniHtud,   ' ni u.ic,   1 let    li
��� mi ��� 'd    iere    t om   \ uu mete
ilili ui   .   ..���: ro   is   seriously  ill
I llUl     ' lie '-. 01 -llllell!        ,.l V.'lie .llt'ltl
probabl     ���   ei  will have to be uimed
... ��� 1      n    ' .ie    \ici'.|iri'..ideni    nl
ropubllc
,      .,    ..���,.. ti reuse
.   , ,-..'      it
, ,,1      ui would come
.    eni.i.    with   '."-;'   ",'"r
,1   warfare and
     m  '"\;""'
���   .             He did not Wi��h .0
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..���iion tu    . ��� ���'��� 1' "��� church
 icked  down  for $"lo0
��� .,��� ,;t   I '.nl   Router.
..��� leech
.'  ninn
eci Ived  0
Ty. Dama'a**.
Vlan '      Wn   :
re Ida.   '" '""'   '
les from here, says
1.
dr   Collision
Montreal,  (>'';    "
collided In ti '"������������ on
..,.:   ihis   morning
In   Montreal
-I*wo   dr "
\-olie   I mn"
The   conducto
I , ,...,���,_  i,i,  Conservutive i" "'
  nclal .���lections bj   turnum
,      3il.    wili'iid    Laurier,    and
���,  ���,, ,,.��� wish to compnim-
Stetmicrs   Are   BliVned,
.,.,..     ...       .:.   The    sieameraj
���   Sui!' and   i'onir.i  of  the  White
rui-al   ."'il de-
.   I,      Col imblti,    H ������'   ��t
thOURUt     he
thai  ��� pos'  .-. as .!��� _ 1. ...ed by
the : - 11   if  Sunday  night.    N ith
. ,1    li f|    ci    the foundations of
'       1  :,.,..,..1  on.   ii"."'  Vlelorln  -ul j
n I ! the bull
ties  hav.   00
The  reports "i casual*
been  received,
Si.if    \':i\i<.',iii 1.ui    company    line   wen
11 i  while ited at  a  wharf ai  81
lee     IllahOi       Till'    iOSS    WHS    $35,000    eX
111  ' ''
..  1   uipporters   by
,1    .ii.   llorilell.
going ih.s've of Hie $15,000 cargoes,
tried
the
u.oi..1,11111. and  three pas
,1,,.,, ,��� the hospital  ffilh
y,^
;..,,,,.     SllCCCSSiP"
"'       ''���
he
I
11
'
Chanc.ee   iu   Wl-itney   Cabinet
 i���,    Oct.   "������   N.'ls'.n    Monteith
��� n .;,..  NM.il..ey niinistiv 10-
u,es   Dn��l   w.-st   8lmc0��
,,m  ,,    ,,1,".. .(  pf agrltftf-
"n',,,,..  pinta��   WoTJIarmW comes
'
!,���i���et .is .1  minlste,- wituOttt
Offic ;.l   .inni'iiii".'""'111   "':l"
today.
r
Money   for  the   Prohibitionists.
Chicago,   Oct.  6.   The    Prohibition
national party is to receive $:>o..ioo toj
,.;!,-.,   on its work  asninst  the liquor
ii-titiic, according to an unnuoncemeni |
n a '.    last   (ilkht   rrom   the    Chicago
headquarters.   Tl t)uesi wai  ni
,,,    in-,   t'liiii'"-.   K    Laiitnei'.   of   New
Fork,  v.'ho dl id   it  Pulm D'-ach,  l-'l't
Sc ; i ������mi.ir  -J.'',.
Liberal Headquarters |
foi   the  i-.l'1
tortil   District  of New  Westminster-
THE LIBERAL OLUB, COLUMBIA STREET (Comer of Colnm*
Und  Mackensi.   Streets).    Phone  158,    _
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESD*.
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This Is My Sth Birthday
Marquis of Donegall.
The Marquis of Donegal!, bearer of one of tbe most distinguished
nainei iu the Irish peerage., was born October 7, 1903. In 1904, when
he was but one year old, he succeeded his lather, the fifth Marquis,
to the title. Prior to th... time the infant heir bore the title of Earl
of Belfast. His birth was one of the most curious Incidents in the
history of tie peerage, for nis fathi r was over eighty years of age,
and was twice married without Issue before his wedding in r."i__. to
Miss Violet Gertrude Twining, of Halifax, N.S. The faml-lj name of
the Marquis is Chichester. The founder of the Irish branch of the
family rose high in the service of his sovereign in the sixteenth century. Not only was he governor of Carricktergus, but also lord deputy
and governor-general of Ireland.
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BEAUTY plrss
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. ,
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
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! From Other Points of View
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A Settled Conviction.
The conviction has settled down
Into the minds of the active workers
iu both parties that the Laurier governmenl will be sustained. And the ;
conviction Is Just as deep that It Is
fortunate for th. Dominion.���Toronto
Globe.
structcd could tic made to fit in with
the Borden "alternative scheme"
\, hich .- as, after "adequate protection," the chief plank in the Conser-j
vatlve platform In 1904.���Manltoiia
'.'.      Press.
The Shameful  List.
Since   1896,   >. in n the  pret
i "imieir  attaint I  i '..ver, il
miles
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
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Half a  Boast.
R.   L.   Borden made the boast thatjonly 6,456 square
the  Insurance commission  had  failc-d ] limits,  and  il   reeeived th.  cl i
to coiin.ct the name oi    it. 1.. Borden sum of $52_   7.    In addiiiou
with any  iand  deal," but    he    stuck  sum the government ropelve
wheu it came to including the name! rent of $30,000 a year   and    atsu
of Qeorge E. Foster and left his audi- stumpage of 50 cents a thousand feet.
ence  to  darw    its own  Inference.��� The Liberal government tihs not given|
Semi-Weekly Okanagan. ' away one single acre of limber, and
  it never sold an acre except at pubac
A Bowserian Utterance. Competition and to the highest hidde'-*.
Hon. W. .1. Bowser, attorney-gener* Let us go had; a few years and see
al of i-tritish Columbia, and one of the w*hai the Conservatives did with tim-
provlnclal Conservative politicians In r lands when they were in power
now touring Ontario with Mr, Borden. We find sueh a record 'of legalized
said at last Wednesday's meeting    in  robbery, of   ilamnable  prostitution  of
Toronto that "it  would  be  a d d' power, as would make a California or
cold day in Toronto when a Liberal| Oregon land thiol blush for very
would he elected as a city member.". shame. A systematic process of loot-
Such choice, chaste language for a jing began in 187S aud continued until
gentleman belonging to the party Of j 1S96. Daring this period the Tories
purity   to use.���-Saskatoon   Phoenix.    ; di.-i.o-.ed o�� no less than 29,"22 square
  j miles, or 18,766,080 acres    of    timber
The Borden Troupe. I limits.   Of this vast area no less than
Premier Roblin complains that Sir 22,987 square miles, or 15,351,080
Wilfrid Laurler's recent speeches were acres were given away, uot one cent
���'couched in language only tit for of bonus being paid therefor. Ii is
drawing rooms aud social occasions." .,.- ,tty safe to assume, however, thai
Certainly no such charge can be mad. ,;, ., contributions were mad ��� b
agalnsl Mr, Roblin. Ati . ney-Geneml many of the grantees to the party cor-
Bowser and others of Mr. Borden's j ruption '.mi I. but this was only an-
tourlng oratorical troupe. A third 6th rcrHne added tb".the original. The
rate pot house rather than a drawing ,    .!...   received    these   I m
would provide the " ���'-      I ;i:.' i ,'������'*���- Conservative members of
en    i   ndient foi    the Manltob:   Pn iament,  senators,   defea   d    can
I. RUTCH ER��
n to   this! | J*iJ    f**J
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LTteet 1 poT T TMRT A
COLUMBIA
STREET
Pkone 101
Pkone 101
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For   HAND   AND   POWER  STPAW  CUTTERS
CAN    Dr   CANADIAN    make;    ROOT CUTTERS In
REVERSIBLE   SlICERS   AND PULPERS.   roller
shaft���and   in  Gael   all   kinds  of FARM    IMPLEMENTS.
TRAPP   &  CD.'S   STORE   on     COLUMBIA   STREET,    .
large   and   varied   .-lock.
AMERI-
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on main
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I Wanted -:- Lost -:- tad I
j for Sale ���:��� fo Rent -:��� Etc.
l**iliiii'-.-i-.��'M^'MM-ii-ii-i;4
LOST- Lady's English open fac# 18-
carat gold watch. Finder please return to J. Bell, World office.
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The   Line   issue.
dnt of vi
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red to
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s ��� anpaign.    it
;  ��� ���������  i-  room   |
ie . .   ..in  tariffs.
parly     worker.-,     prominent
orters   of  thi     party  throughout
WANTED���Dressmaking; also plain
sewing done first class; experienced.
Apply M. M., care Mrs. M-onteiin,
Royal avenue and Leopold Place.
ST���At the exhibition grounds, a
lady's purse, containing sum ot
money und papers. Finder will re-
��� ei. _.". reward ou returning same
to H.   M.. News office.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line ot
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, jut start your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, a;
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fr lit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size. If ���*. have no
agent In your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake f r
NURSERY AND GROUNDS. BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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��� e   co intry, and    othei    obi i qu
.oking knaves who could bring
r  base  badgi   of    si ; i Itud ���    and
ei ii ent  it  to   the   dispensor   of   fai
llth        : Von   will   not   find  '.ii ���   nanr
.  ie        a single  Liberal in the long   and
neful  list.���Victoria Times.
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ibate-
mat   the
| SUBSCRIPTIONS COMING  in
FOR FRASER CENTENNIAL
������  ripe that abatei    ... but I
I   -- one hear a   .  .. I from _
man in favor of an increase.     '**���- following donations have   ijeenl-���___
And everj  vote casl tor a Torj  car.-   received so  far towards    the    dollar!        X'M *1'
���  '    :* a '���"''   lor   it Increase ol the subscription collection for the
"'���'���' :;j*'* m denj  it who Fraser centennial   fund.   The
���    Phoenix.
IR _���*���.*_lk~Time five acre tracts,
ee miles from city, on main
road, good fruit and vegetable land.
On one 1 have a cabin, l"11 chickens, tools, etc. Partly cleared. Will
sell cheap. Apply .1. 1;. \\\, this
office,
TO LET���Housekeeping room* furnished or unfurnished, also single
room   with  line   view. Apply   123
Ninth  street,  city.
 EAT	
AT THE
Colonial Hotel
Under New Management
BEST 25c. MEAL   IN   THE  CITY
Union Labor    White Help Only
J. ��. Robbins, Manager
P. O. Box   IT..
Tel.
Res.  4.!.'
Estimates   Submitted.
Simon
News j
A girl   for general   house
work.    Apply    to    .Mrs. F,  14. Lyle,
Third  street,  above Queens avenue.
The  Tcr>   Fix
0
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will acknowledge any sent to Exhibl- TO RENT���-Two furnished bedrooms,
tion Manager, care of City Hall, audi Apply Arrow Press, back ot Wind-
a separate account will be opened ut     -*01' bote'
.. \Vestminster..
Iron  WorksI^i!!
A Drop in Prices
Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 rate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, S1 loz
Jelly Jars,     -       -     50c doz
See those 10-piece Toilet S< ���
we are selling at $2,75
ADAMS &1)EAN5
Prompt Deliver]
GROCERS
theirjon. he banks.   Donations will be
���   al oi  ������ as thi   monument is
t Lauri   . i |y or len I
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FOR SALIC-Light pony ct.it. In goixl!
condition;   or  exchange  tor  buggy.
Morley,  Vancouver  road,  Easl   Bur-
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nut ing;   terms
it,   th ���  office,
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   l-ences,   Crest
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
Genera! Machine Work and
BLACKSMITH.NG
1.00
LOO
WANTED���Om   ��� .   . ���    ... ,   ivai
i.i:   one chambe n
town   | r. feired.     Ap   Ij
tei.
Of'icc  and Works:
renth Streel,
New Westmlnste.
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fohn ton   .'  1.0(
I*. .i; SALE llou.e. stable i two
. eared and fenced. Second
I rei and Tenth aven n . price
reasonable, und tt rms eai Also,
two lots adjoining, nearlj cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
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WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must ibe moderate; near
bridge preferred. A^ply Post Office
Box 732,
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i owe   u ��� iri    ho i '���'      n il on
n i.  -      ig, at a time  when  thai
untlerl il Ing would I e absolutely al it -
mon    .'    Ml the mil a ���   al   tadj cm-
1.00
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AGENCY���Under new management,
2C6 Columbia Btreet, Phope 386, P.O
box 807. Can supply yon with all
kinds or help prompt;- , free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street weft, Phone A 2750. Vancouver. B. C.
a;*v;:rtisk
IN ���
THE     DAILY      news
1. YOH War*, a Situation.
I
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  ant) Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNL_Ei_ey   STS
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Phone 431 P.O.Box  885.
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
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.
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators
��� Estimate-, ,,:\ All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
NewWestminster I
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W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
You'll  Be Stuck
On   Our Cement
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OCT.
7    1908
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Mail Service
the .mur.  ol despatch
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.   .>������   '      ���  (i,c,,,atched    and    re-
: h(    C    p.  R.  south
." s""'.' mail!, no. including
,   0*   ^ gapperum.    Fraser
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M' Ma.ls Despatched.
M�� ^ed at eleven o'clock
Iirtf. t- Vancouver    via
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T-jesaayl Victoria, via B. C. Electric
Hi-tray,
Sunof mid Seattle, including all 0.
a "prints east and south, Md potato
MMees Nets Wettndneter iiad Haut-
tajdo^ B.C.. vi* C. P. R. south; also
- p R. eifit, Sapper: on, and   Praser
Mill"--
8-30 a-B-���Blaine and   Seattle,   in-
rludinp aU r  S' I*oints eaB* ���*Lnd BOulh;
tlso all polntt between New Wesimin-
.... ���:i.   ! ������ : ���    via fl. N.  R.
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.Moinlay.     Tuesday,
Saturday;    'l ynehead
���.   \\ ednesday and Sat-1
lirday.   '!':..-���   mails  are  all received!
tani. days at .lespatched.
1 ..���! tii:,���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry  Hill.    Tim-
.erian.   and   South Westminster,   by
eonrier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m ���East Burnaby, by courier.
1:00 p.m.���BurquKlam, by courier.
2:30   pm-Ladner,   Port   Gulchon,
*��'..*._._. Mand and Sunbury,   dally
ncept Sunday; Woodward.   Tuesday,
Tliur-day and  Saturday, via steamer
ftvou-,-., Capt. J. C. Bruce.   (Stevw.-^
iot mail despatched and received   via
Vioco'jver.)
. VttWUTer and Piper Siding, via G.
R R. north.
<:00-Vant-ouver and Burnaby lake,
rti B. r   Electric railway.    Saturday
an cstra mail ls despatched to    Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all  U. 1
S points east and south, via G. N. R.,
"Flyer."
I 15 ,.-.ii.���C. P. R. east, Sapperton,
Praser Mills and  Coquitlam.
Not..���The two 6:80 a.m. C.  P.  R
mails, south  and   east, take  mail for
all points    from    New    Westminster
east (including   Langley   and   district
via Port Haney.)   The 4.45 p.m. C. P.
R. despatch  omits  all Lower Fraser
;<.ints east  of Coquitlam except Pitt'
Meadow. Pori Haney, Port Hammond,
Corners,    Mission     Citj  |
If ��� ���..-      .   ilu ison    Hot    Spr'.ngs.
Halls toi Porl Mood) and Barnet goe;
hoth via Vancouver and C, P. R. mail-
Mails   Received.
i     Blaine ,'ii.l   Seattle,    Including all I . s  points, via ���'���. S. it.
On
10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
1 It   ��� . .      ind  So,ith   Westminster,
1    ���    iTnesdaj and Friday),
* - ���    m    Vancouvi r  md  Victoria,
���    Electric railway.
Vancouver, via G, N. it
| i.i  11 ..'.  ...in. -l.adner,   Pori
��� iii.in Island and  iTues-
.   and Saturday i   Wood-
ti anier Kavouriti    I St. ve-
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Advertising
Day after day, and week after week, tell the
people what you want them to know. Interest
the public in your business by compelling them
to read your ads. Make them watch your regular
space in this newspaper every morning.
System Spells Success
Advertising in "any old way" is a thing of the
past. Select your medium with the same care
that you select your salespeople. Stick to the
best.
THE MORNING DAILY
is unequalled as a means of bringingjyour wares
to public notice.
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING NEVER FAILS.
providing you have the goods.
Sherlfl  T.   l.  Armstrong
i - .ii. .      .. oclamation fixing th< tteti
lila. >.   fo    the    nomination  and
"in of it   -epresentatlve for N. t
mini I oral district  in   -lv
Dominion Hous. ol Commons. The
nomination takes place at the Coun
house, city between the hour- of
.noon and two o'clock on the 19th
: lust,, and the polling on Monday, the
26th, between thi hours of 9 a. tn.,o. m^ __.,,,__..
and 6 p.-mi  Tin counting of the votes | lng stations:
-���-...   K     Thr. rvniiii.pl    2r,���Halverson hull, Matsqui
y
19 -Harper's  houa     li al '
ii;,li. Murray's Corners
21-���Otter town hall.
Pi   emau'      mill    store,
grove.
23���McKay's Btore, Glen  Valley.
i'i   Town hall, For-  Langley.
Chilliwack   Electoral  District.
Comprising   all   the  land   in  West-
mlnste   electoral   district   -whicli   Iiws
to thc soutll of the Praser river and
to the easl  of the western boundary
��� |of the municipality of Matsqui.   Poll-
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ake&  place on   Nov.   6.    The polling
places arc fixed  as  follows.
Richmond  Electoral   District.
Comprising all that portion of the
provincial  electoral  district of Rloh-
moii.   iylfig  south  of    Burrard   Inlet,
mteept It, the municipality of    South
j Vancouver    Polling stations.
l_pollce station, Steveston
.   ���Town  ball, laiiln   island.
?,_p   woodward's house, Lulu is
Land.
4_Sydnejt Miller'-  hous
2C���Store, Clayhurn brickyards.
27���-Orange  hall, Mount  Lehman.
2*.���Aberdeen school house.
29-���Town ball, Pefcrdonvllle.
30���Sumner hall, Abbotsford.
31���Yarwood's office, Huntington.
32���Town  hall,  Upper  Sumas.
33���.1.  Melz-nd's  bouse, Sumas.
34���Court,   house,  Chilliwack.
HFj��� Sardis  rending  room.
I    36���A.   LindeH's   bouse.     Colnmliia.
n-xt   to Valley.
Adela i>"J'  office   ^estminatei   road
B_Agricultural hall, Central Park
6 Bu nahy municipal hall.
7    |.      peers' house, Burnah) lakt
::7   -Good Templars' hall, Cheam
8i    Mulrhead's hall, Rosedale
Dewdney  Electoral   District.
     (Vimpris.ng     '.tl    'he   land   shunted
8���North Pacific Lumber company's wjtbin th
iiii, Barnet.
0_w.  v.   linidstii.-A-   house
mph  s, Hastings  townsite,
Delta   Electoral   District.
Comprising   all   those    lands
  electoral iiiwu-iet of West
minstei wlii.-'i llee to the north of the
' ���'���* l-'rHser rivr and  to the easl   of the
ea iti rn  bound at ������  of the munlclpalltj
of Burnaby, and ol the east shore ol
<,on"  the  in    '    ��� nt of  Burrard  Inlet, nnd
:o;.o.
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is too sma
is too
u
a and Sew  We trnln
���    P   R   south; also C. P   K-
Mills.
bOARD   OF   THADE      N'ew   W 'Stnilll
I ol Trade    meets tn the
1 . . City Hall, as follows*.
0{   each   month,!
meetings   on   the   third
Of     February.     May,
:   November,  at  8  p.  tn.
. ��� tint's     on     the     lhird
''"'.i'-.      '��� i       '/    February,    New
be    ,,1-oposeii   and
monthly or quarterly
'���   '.'. White, Bi .-
DAILY
NEWS
,���;���-_a"w.,'n'^ I,,, limn, ol .��,��� mum-jo. .  lln   If*    *L*f*^,2
-";"::,:,:;:;��� r:,"::'���;-;: r,::r.r^rr;i.,,.
���.,.-.'��.��� L "���"""���"��� ������ ��- �����.mrt;:,:
0I the municipality Of Langlej and
���hp 49tb parallel of latitude, and
also including BArnston island and
McMillan island.    Polling station*-:
10-Town hall, Cloverdale.
���t-l_B.   Steveston's   house,   Elgin.
12���D. M. Robertson's house, Tyne-,
'    lal-mmhuirn    mill  office.    South,
Westminster.
14_McI.rnn,n's house. Dr. >M1-ons
farm   Sunbury.
15_Council   chamber,   l.adner.
16_J. Savaire's hbnso, WPStham l��-
I^ItLi  Weaver'- house. East Delta.
I    -i-glftlUw    v ��..  nnd tbe man wet
1    is-Railwax  station. Douglas
��� I   ynoptis     of    Canadian     Nortli-Wett
Homestead   Reguisttnns.
Any even numbered section ot Dominion  lands in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan an.l Alberta, excepting S and 2'i
including al! the islands and rhe
Fraser river adjacent to said ridin*
and not included in any other riding     rolling stations:
39-Ewan  Martin's house.  Burquit-
lam.
I    40���Hall, Port Moody.
|    41-Fraser River mills, jfcfotffle.
1    4-_.TV)wn ball, Coquitlam.
48-riommer'B store. Pitt Meadows.
44���-Haiti Hammond.
45���Hall, Haney.
46_Wbstcr's     office,       Webster s
��Tlohn Ritchie's  house,   Aihion.
t8_Whftting*B store, NYhonnock.
49_He&P'B office, RusUm.
.���    ramieson's store.  Sllverdale.
-,!   council  ehambers.  Mission.
,.,   G   uun-er's house. Dewdney.
33   s^warfs hous-. Kattfc VttM*-
Hl,\   North Nlcomen.
--,   UMrt, ball, Nlcomen WM*
-,,    Mm store, Har.lt-on  ��'1,R-
:.-    inkinan's store,  Agasslfc.
-,    pavilion. Harrison  KM ftW
:;;,   Ko���e,-.s' cam,   W-MItt po'"'-
Harrison   lake.
ii,_   cone    DouMiias.
,;,,    purcells  sioie,
Yale   Electoral   District.
ivlioi-  of  'l1^
.1
ewan auu .--���--' -      -        teftded Uyi     0)nl,)visi,m  till  thai
Mt r^:r i head ol a   ]���.ovim.1,i  iii.rie,  ot    Vale adjottln.
any-!        7n    nal   over 18 years of    h���   p,,1,���1,,t,l electoral     district    ot
, S^ t e^Totone-auarie, sec  ,,..���������    ftnd lying west   o,  a   -
|E'0f wo acres, more or less. | ,0,11,11-iiein.  at -he  noriheast   cornet
___. _. _. _._ 4 ., _* *W ll^T LlT_l 1
SSI
must    he\oi th
WE WILL DRAFT YOUR
.     ADS. ON REQUEST     :
Application   tor   entry
made  in person  by  the  applicant at
ta Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
1 agency for the district in which the
J land is situate. Entry by pronj may,
* I however,  be  made  at   an   agency   on
m
 TO OCCUPY   OUR ATTENTION
large
ADVERTISING RATES  ON
APPLICATION ,.
inciai electoral district of
Chilliwack, thehee following ih. Fraser river to a point oil'- mile beyond
,he village 01 Yale, attd thence following ti straight iin*-' to the northeast
certain conditions by the lather, moth-!c",ni'J' '" ''"- provincial electoml dis-
son, daughter, brother or sister ot  tHcl   0l  "-"'lne.      _*ollihg staiWtla:
-ll--^l-------a..........________||^H    ti 1
02   Inkinan's stoi-e, \\\v<y Creek.
03���Peter johhston'a  hon-'.    Hope
station.
til     W.  Ti 'ague's   otliee,   Viil-j.
New Westminster City Electoral
District.
Comprising    the    whole    of    New
'.. p itminsti i   within    th ���   cit;   limits.
er, _^^^
an intending  homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
* of the following plans-
��� (11    At least six months' residence
* upon   ond   cultivation  ol  the land  In
t  each year for three years.
��� (2i    \ homesteader may, if i.e so
��� t.?sires,  perforin the    required   v*a\
dence  duties   by  living  on
1,.H v News reaches il    readers in time to
influence their daily wants.   I se its columns to gel
hare of business.
( Biadenab 1   ! merchant was dossing
In his        'lll>  wl1"" !' liHI" ""''
with a pitcher appeared In the dooi
w,. and asked foraauari of molasses.
The storekeeper yawned, stretched
himself, half opened his eyes and then
In t,��� injured tone said, "Ain'l there
nobody in Bladensbufg thai sells
molasses but me ?"
m  aence   uuncn   a...
��� IHP.1 owned solely bv bin', not less
v than eighty (80) acres in eattedt, In
% the vicinity of his homestead    Jolni
..   ���" ' ship in Ian I wil     ......    this
requirement.
I.l       tf   t>!(.   i;i:>  ,'..������!���     1 '    ' '
latttei    -   I      --    I) or ;i  homi steatjt r
���.ii'.- |i >:< ������   .-I  fai mlng
. i" 1  solt Ij   ���     him,  no*  leas
tl ty (SO) acres    a extent, In
���'  ���  ���'���   i"  -    ��� ���        '   .    a
".. .. boniest! ad entered for by bim
h rh Inity, -'ni ii homesteader ma ������
pe -.ini his own residence duties by
living  wi<h the  father   lor  motberi.
in    Tha term "vicinity" In the two
preceding   paragraphs  is  defined    as
farming   Polling   ���  Ation*"'
���HHH inclusive
.'..t'lit^^^^^H
in tin
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.; perform   his   residence   duties   in   ac-l.si.-_'
��� jcordance with the above while living
.villi parents or on farming land own-
,; .-<d   by himself must  notify  the  agent
I   ret  'he district of such intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
{j W given to the Commissioner of Dn-
��� j minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
��� ,'e apply for patent.
J AV. W. CORY.
��� Deputy of the .Minister o' the Interior
��� Unaiitborize..  rjti'.'.c-atirin -.1 *^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� this adverUsemeat   will  cot  be  paid   I8'.i5- The KninoCauadlan   conp
cial treaty
colonic,, met al  Mew  Vork.
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st  .:i::ie of King'.  Mountain,
amW South  Carolina.
Sapol.   .' d   ' ;i'"' tin   Russians '
nt  the battle of the  Moskowa
1849    Edgai     Allen     I'oe,    American
poet,    died.    Bom    .Ian.    19,
1801.
im;i   General Sheridan returned from
his raid up the valley of   the
Shenandoah.
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poet,  dit l   In    Boston.     13    u
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WEDNESDAY
THE DAILY NEWS
��� i
try.   The result, however, ha.i been to  iu carrying on tho work.    It Is to be|as expected, over 800 enthusl
impose an added burden on the ton-
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offi.es. corner of Sixth and Front
streets. N'ew Westminster. B. C.
ervative party���a burdeu which we
believe the puny will refuse to carry,
lt  has   left ii  too  well-grounded su.-
ast._ pav.
hoped that this appeal will bP fruitful   ug   admission   to  the  park       Tw
.,,  good  results.    The  primary object thirds   of   the  receipts   went   t    th ���
of ih-* Association is to improve thi   Caps   who were und.-t heavy
work   of   the   school     administration,  in  remaining   over   in   thi
piripn  that  however  censorious    the which
E. A.
��3.ge.
 ..I.....- j - en iisition may he of wrong-doing ot
.Managing  Director ! M';"1(hl1   on   "*''   (;'-'-'''-'--n'���   aide,
and open    discussion    oi
v>.-.-,
x^IiQnTA^lA.-EI
pertinent   subjects  can  alone    secure.
Vnothei   very  useful   result   of    thes
,.. riodic gs  Is that they ensure    In   larity  of  tiction  by  all    the
throughout    the
terday.
The Teams.
-. . -tlllili-ler.
expense
city  until
WEDNESDAY.  OCT.   7.   1908
DO   NOT   FORGET.
Do   not   forget   that  your   interest.
and that of your family, demands that
the good work of the last twelve years
be continued.
THE   POSTAL   SERVICE.
The, Taylor organ is authority for
the statement that Mr. Borden now
favors the rural mail delivery which
the postmaster-genera! has inaugurated. Mr. Taylor knows that the system cannot be put in operation in a
inonth or completely in a year. IL-
also knows it would have heen hastened if the Tory sang had not opposed
it ou the iloor of the House and further delayed ii by its opposition to the
passage of the estimates. There is
one facl which Mr. Taylor cannot controvert, that the Liberal government
has cut the postage rales in two and
established eight post offices in the
rural districts In the radius where
the Conservatives only had one. The
people, up to 1896, had to travel in
some cases sixteen miles to mail a
lei ter under Conservative administration. As to the city postal service,
everyone who had to put up with the
apology for a service ��'e htid in 1896,
will remember that with a population
within one thousand of what we have
now. some of our citizens had to walk
from the extreme limit at Sapperton
to mail a letter at the present general
lKisl office, whereas they now hav. an
office at Sapperton. We might have
had a free delivery, the department
was seriously considering it. but for
the. determined opposition of a p_oni-
ineiit Conservative now president of
the hoard of trade, and if the editor
of the Columbian will turn up his files
he will find that a representative bodj
of business men declared against i;.
If the Liberal administration improves
the postal service during the next
four years at the same ratio as it has
done since it took over th m si
erably equipped system from the '
sert it:.. -, '.ie people of thu elt
distrii     .. iii  be   well     itisflet!
irel      here is tha      . ��� ��� oi
nominee  v.iii nol   he  a ���'���
Ing   bt Octo   d   26th    but   a
is not only content to harbor a political Achan  tu  i,s  own  camp,  but  too
read}   to   bluster   that   he   is   without   boards   ������   '!|1   '"'**
blemish.     Even   less   than  _.   Govern-  Province
ment ean uu Opposition afford to be Some testimonial to the value of
lax in these things, li an Opposition the Association's work is afforded by
denounces wrong-doing amongst Its the fact that the Provincial Govern
opponents^ and condones wrong-doing] menl looks to ll for advice upon all
amongst its own members, the public] matters connected with the a'dminis-
grows  more and more deaf to  its  ar-; ration of the public schools.
raignment of Government inefficiency.] ���	
or dishonesty, and more and more] Taylor ou 'wireless" is as miserable
cynical as to its sincerity and hon-]as Taylor on "dredge." It is easy to
esty and strength of purpose. 'produce  the   telegrams     received   b>
"Imagine what a  commotion  would  Mr. Robert Jardine, on which are g.v-
have arisen had Hon. Geo. E,  Foster en the time of sending and recelvin*:
been a member  of  the Government J same and the initial telegraph sign of
Would  the  Opposition  have come   to the receiving operator,
his defence, or would the Opposition j ' ���
{':.;. itals.
��� Hutton
 Fagan
(':. iue.ro n
��� ���. Pringle
'*���...   Shea
���McDonald
��� ���    Ashtield
Warwick
��� Cummins
    Allen
Eastwood
    Scott
Get the Habit
CAPITALS ADMIT
MEETING MASTERS
(.Continued  from  Page One )
orators  have toured   the  country  denouncing the cynical Immdralltj of a
Government  which harboured a  Min- j
ister   whose notions   ot    commercial
honor  were so  beclou led .
"In the last analysis it won: l have
been sound policy and good poll les
to have recognized frankly thai   i- an
I Opposition    lieuten.it:'     Mr.   Foster's   vicg {Qr nu, y*Mon lu ,tie t\vz<. few   Rennie, 10:0:..
usefulness  was over.    It  would ultl- (mjnuteg ,,f the last period, but at no     Third  quarter-
mutely   have   strengthened   Mi    Bor-  time  dil .h,.  (.aps    i00k  dangerous.  Pringle   (Caps),   i
den's hand, and made him free to deal For  tllo.t, ,,t- ,j���. onlookers  who ex- UO sec; G. Sprint:,
 Una ...
Gal    ..tth       Point
i;,   . .Cover Point
T Gifford ��������� ��� -1st Defenct
i Gifford . .. .2nd Detent
Rennie  ., ��� .3rd Defence..
C.   Spring    Centre.
\v. Turnbul]   . .3rd  Hume.
Wlntemute   .. ,2nd Home.
Ig,   Spring   ... .1st Home.
Latham     Outside. ..
L,   Turnbull    Inside..
Officials.
Referee���F. J. Lynch.
Judge of play���E.  Butterworth.
Timekeepers���.). J, .lohnston. D.
E.  Mulligan.
Penalty timekeepers���W." E, Sin-
elair,  G.  Bryson.
empires���Taylor (Capitals); Geo.
Grimstone ami Gowan Macgowao
i \v. stmlnster).
Summary.
First     quarter���(Capitals)       Scott.
12:26.
Second quarter���G. Spring, 7:51; T.
Curtain
Rods
G. Spring, 62 sec:
min.; Wlntemute,
1"  see :   C. Sprint;.
OCTOBER Bth
\ new Line wiiich we have
lati i) idded to our already larg ���
i-arietj of good , Thej are the
extension kind and very useful
tor short curtains und other
purpos. s. See ,,ur window display.
SPECIAL   .--in ill Extension Curtain
Hods, :..- each
,-inneiit    wrong-
ruthlessly   with   Gov
the  Opposition    is
and   there
pected a sensational finish, with a pos-  2:10;   Latham.
Jacks
Pu- the children.    A large supply  just   received.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street
New Westminster
Tomorrow's  Special���National  Can-
l..  Mixture,  15c per pound.
������We buy for cash and sell for the
same."
l'i   enl
cessf
A KNIGHT    I
FOR A DAY
Exactly  as  pr,
year In  Chicago
New York, and ��� .   ln
Bo'sl ���
Superior  Cast .,f  |
ing BOBBY BARRY
BERT,   and   :,   St in .
Sixty.
*���������*. Includ-1
ad K1.S1E HER.
Company oil
Seal   Sale  comn  ���
Oct. 5th, 9 :, m
R/a'.r..
Prices���$2.00. $1,50,  $t.00, 75c
doing.    As  it   Is
weakened   in   the  countrj
are  signs  that   hi.-  own  party  in   Mr.
Foster's present  constituency will re-
Slble   victory   for   the   Easterners   as
the  climax,   sad   disappointment   was
tin   store.    There   was   nothing  doing
! in   the  lightning  style    play    at  all,
Fourth quarter���Allen (Caps), 3:49;
Ashfield   (Caps),  4:39;     L.   Turnbull.!
ADVERTISE  IN  THE DAILY  NEWS
Westminster
Opera House I
Tuesday Oct. 13th
Joseph and William W.
No penalties.
the  policy adopted  by the  Op-.j Bones Allen and Cummins were all In,
position  at Ottawa
of 1
As  an   instance.
by the end of the  game, while War
ail politic- and a tine opportunity.L,lcki   Eastwood and  Ashfield looked O
P*0*04C^040*00*C^C*0*C>*0'K) 0*O��O'K)*K)'K)*OO*O*0*O*O*0*0
lotst   through   mere   perverseness   and.;i_,   if  tht,  gong couid  not   sound  too
partisan    blindness,    the    Opposition*! &QQn tQ pleage them_
course in this counection has been tin-      The ,ast goa[ of tt,e g.ime Was scor-
convinclng.    Inapt,    and    disappointing."
Who can give Mr. Borden's first
lieutenant a certificate of character?
Any such document would be valueless, because it can be easily destroyed, and It is unnecessary to quote
from the Liberal press to do so. Mr.
���Foster's most bitter and uncompromising enemies are those witnin nis
..wn party who would gladly rid themselves of him and his cotorle If he
bv any means could do so.
ed   by  Len   Turnbull,   who    captured
the ball after Hutton had Improperly
cleared after a clo**e shot-from-young
Spring.
The attendance was fully es large
Now is the time to look after your
EYES
Jeffer
son
and .ni
company
Sheridan'
eXt ���' || | ...
in    Richard
Claa   ���
-.. enled
Brimsl.-
Comedy-
DIED.
IS  IT TIME FOR  A  CHANGE ?
From the Atlantic to the P ic fi.   i
the -'ih instant there will be thi
p'uatic answi :��� ' x-.'     . ���
..    ii isperity   dui ng I a
.-.-.'���    i     .::
Tories  are   right   in  thei t'o
i        he   will   pro      I an    .     With   the   foreign   i ade
��������� l       erything   that      ...     ... sing  froi i 239 ���
ive condil    ..    .   this i ll     650 millions in L90.
: a 1896 at 121 mi tug
.    thai   ., .. il ���   ; ond 28 I million     it 19 . ,.
ti  to  everyone.    rfs ng   ���   in   _::
  o 650 million   ... : ���
aORDEN'S LIEUTENANT,       i public debt p
LEWIS���Mrs. Ella May. wife of T.
.1. Lewis, of this city. October ".
1908,
'iii    funeral   will   take   place Wednesday,  October  Tth.  from   the  resi
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NF.W   WESTMINKTFH.
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British  Parliament to Opetv
London,   Oct.   B.- Parliament  reaB-
emblen dtt  Octoher 12, and  the autumn session always means a brilllaaj
Let Us Get Together
antt till, insurance in .1 serious wny, and I am su-e It will mean
money to both of us.
i hive been writing insurance here for ten ye>-s now. and the
companies I represent are all reliable Canadian companies which
need no eulogies as their records are a splendid evdsnce of the
business  methods  and  prompt payment  of  losses.
I can save you money on your premiums if you give me a
chance, and at the same time will be making a fair profit myself.
Let me quote you a rate on  your eld and  new ti.tsincss.
. ni. the vl��it ni' ihe
it.,.   OitJ   counril   to  Co-
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lint, or ihe n. 0. i: L.
the  efiiip-Hiy'.      n-ii	
v    Cunningham,   President   f>.   S. j ,ialntcm3,     hereditary  and   otherwise
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autumn   searon,   us   it   brings   l.tnua
and Commons up to town.   Last year
niiirli ol  the dullness of the autumn ���
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ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
,,;irfl oi trade, and  I*  A, Lewis, Hitting   there  is   always   entertaining
Invited  lo acoonpanv   tho party, of one sort or another afoot, the res-
I et tm lea I hnn   ither
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.   OCT
ALL OVER THE HOUSE. |
fa Remove Gree.e 8pot�� From C.rpm
and Clothing.
Spots on carpets and unvnebabb
elothing are not difficult to remoYt,
FiT6t brush out any dust tbat m��J
b��vc gathereu on the toiled plae*.
Tlicu rub powdered FreDoh cbtlk,
or, if this is not at band, coauno*
chalk or magnesia, on the wrong
tide of thc fabric if you can get
>t it. If not, apply a paste of UM
alkaU to the right side and c**m
to exclude the dust. Leave it tlrat
for twenty-four hour.. Now lay
several tbicknewee of tissue or ��
blotting paper over the chalk Mi
set a moderately hot iron c-* i^
���hiftiag tha paper m tbe grtaaa ��p-
pean ob the Burtee. ThU it barf
done by working from the mi|
���ie. If all tbe oil it not extiii!*<C
efwge trith hooe/hold in__n(t t__i
renew the alkali.
j��w*lt�� Water.
To one gallon of water adi a ��w
aooad can of chloride of lime aai
four pounds of eomaon waAtna
���oda-eal soda. Allow it to hai
tan minutes. When cool turn into
bottle*, fruit jars or stone jugs. A
anpful in a tub of -water will loosen
iirt in tht most soiled clothing,
bleaching perfectly. It will ent
grease and dirt nut of cooking utensils, sinks and drain pipes. Dilute
the javelie water for all e*eept for
washing clothes. Keep tightly cort I
ed and plainly labeled.
Horseradish Sauc*.
Put into a saucepan over the fir�� ;
a tablespoonful of butter and a hall j
tablespoonf ul of flour. Stir and cook!
until blended, then add one-hiUj
eupfnl of strained soup stock, hall I
a capful of milk, half a teaapoonM
of salt, flve whole peppers and a bit
of bay loaf.   Cook five minutes, ra*
mav* hay Uaf and peppers, add
thr** tahlatpoonfnk of grated ham-
mifeh, ctok a mtewt* longer ��_*
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GILLETTS
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Qowliunu
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
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aafjioohoan
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Saasa
K.W.QIU.CTT S8TPS
food ����c*pt  Oat which  is pro*
Tha infant should steep alone tn
a efih. Don't let th* baby rim
ha a room near th* kitahen. Deer!
hnv* nnneecaaary clothing in ttte
mm whan tha hahv ia i ent
*t%* Inmk Bam.
"n* average  man wben he la a
m*g," a trifle Involvedljr ruminated tte
o_d codger, "derides that when he
grow* up he will be a drum major or a
bandit triumphantly lurvlve battle*
shipwrecks and holocausts and gallantly protect innocence and beauty in
dlstrees. But tlie average boy when he
becomes a man finds himself so busy
satisfying tbe appetite of the always
bungry mortgage, endeavoring to
achieve but never attaining the eminence of being the bead of bis owe
household, chasing at tbe earnest solicitation of his many friends tbe political prominence which forever eludes
him, selecting the particular brand of
health fodder that Will Injure bim tbs
least, running after or away from
something or other, getting off a few
well chosen words, trying to collect or
evade tbat which is Justly coming to
him, placating his wife's relatives, accumulating baldness, pointing witb
pride or viewing with alarm, and so oa
and so forth, tbat before he bas time to
be anything more protuberant than
one of the ciphers of the millions that
Inhabit this land of the free his mea
friends are walking slow behind bim
and saying that Bill was a pretty good
feller, but���and his women friends are
chastenedly wondering how soon the
widow will marry again. That's all
there Is to the average man.''-I'uck.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ca
���rltlah Cetamk-a Coast Un*
aervic*.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Pi ince. s Victoria leaves Vancouver
10:00 p.m   daily except Sunday.
VANtOUVER-VCTORlA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouvei
dailj  except Sunday  at   10 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily except 'I ucsday.
VANCOUVER-SEATTLE ROUTE
Steamer Princess Royal leaves 9
a. m. daily except Tuesday for Seattle.
On Sundays leaves Vancouver 9 a,ni,j
for Seattle via Victoria. ]
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA   ROUTE j
as. Trader will leave Victoria tor,
New Westminster every Tuesday audi
Friday, when business offers.
Leavea Now Woatmtaster oa Wed-'
nesd&y and Saturday.
WEST COMT ROUTE.
aa Tee*
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, Mth
and 20th ot -each month tor Clayoquot,;
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. daily,
except Sunday. Leaves Nana.mo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
l.-avt'g N.iii-ilmo Saturday 2 p. m;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
S.S. Q ietn City leaves Vancouver
T p.m.   Sunday;   arrives  Nanaimo  ll
Sinclair's
Sjyeekd
I ^^^^^^-^^H- ��H-I"I"1"1"H-I' -H-l-H-KX-^-4- -H-isur
?      UP-TO-DATE
Have you seen them?
They are made with
one of those famous
Doctor Reid's Cushion
Soles.
They have a glazed
kangaroo upper and
a double sole from
toe to heel, with a
French calf lining,
making them the
Lightest   Waterproof
Shoe made.
We are the Only Firm
in B. C. who have this
Shoe.
W. L SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
Notice
One  Word'*  Mrniilnjr*-.
Etngllsh Is a most remarkable lnn-
pn:;��e. it bus .omit peculiarities of an
extraordinarily rich vocabulary and
others of the poorest and most barren
tongue, M'j.nrute words for minute dis-
tin. lions und single words that havs
many meanings. Many examples of
ii_tii peculiarities can be found in the
Dialect Dictionary, an English publi.
cation. Every fanner's boy knows how
to ui-.' the words lamb, sheep, ewe aud
ram. but hNw many of them would h*
able to define the words tae, tup hog,
teaser, tvp-se;,', tup-yeld and six tooth
each of which tixes the aire or the sex
of a sheep? For example, a tup-hoi; n
a yotinu ram before the first Bhearlnj*.
On the other hand, take the \voru
rack. As l.sed by people ln oue iinri,
of England or another it may mean a
neck of mutton, the bones of n dMd
horse, a blow, a sharp pain, a kitchen
fireplace, part of a hand loom, a r.\_ct
hi a river, a lord, a pathway ;. rut, a
gap in a hedge, a flying cloud, to pour of)
Hquor, to utuck. These are the Unusual
uueaiilnj-ts, aud there are others more
common.-.Youth's Companion.
p.  in.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m, every Wetlnea-
day, from Vancouver 10 a.m. follow-
im_   .lay   for  al.ove  and  intermediate
points.   Returning to Vancouver Sun*
laiy    afternoon;     Victoria     Monday
morning, via  Ladysmith.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and ltith ot
every month at 8 p.m.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From    New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
tnd Saturday.
For   reservations   anil   miormaUon
1 'all or address
ED. GOTILET.
Agent, New Westminster
C. II   FOSTER,
-,sst. C?en. Pass. Apent, Vancouver
.1. W, TROUP.
General Superintendent, victoria
The  hmril   In   Timid.
In Tunis wben n reigning prlnos
nnos It necessary t.i Ko outside his im.
mediate family to choose his successor
he follows nn odd custom. Ther,. m,
Wearing of hair on I ie face is the ev
elusive privilege of sovereignty,   Whor,
the prince selects a successor i do
���*"' ''"l!'f h'irher to thc fortunate     l\
,r"-'1-': I ��� '��� ���-i��>* hlm ti..,t be may iveai
R   bCar(i' ���     '   '  ItiUintlOU   iS   en'!   ...lent
'" '' '  ':'������ ! ���       ' teen eut thai ho has
been na^ctetl us ;.'.,. bolt presumptive
I Bargains
Every Day
At Morey9s
40 piece Tea Sets, English Chi*
ni,  $4.50 to  $20.00.
10 piece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW  things in  China arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
xiKunMHniaBHrin
i r       ADVERTISE      "�����
i     ��� is* --
at
HE        .    A   I   L   V        N   E  W   !3
:     .     *    '.������   RETURNS
Notice Is hereby given that the Vancouver  Power company,  Limited, has
this day deposited in the Land Registry Office at the City ot .New West*
' minster,   British   Columbia,   the   plan
and  hook of reference of  the  West*
mlnster-Chllliwack Railway Extension
j from a point at or near lots one and
two,  city block  four  in  the  City  ot
' New Westminster, tu Abl oislord passing through    the     Municipalities    of
i Surrey, Delta,   Langlev,   Matsqui   and
\ the  townsite  of   Abbotsford   in    the
j District of New   Westminster,  being
I section  one, two  and  three  of   said
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned hy the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this Tth day of August. A. n.
1908
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor for the Vancouver Power
i Company Limited,
Important Notice
The plans, profile an i esl Imate ot
' t ol the propose i permanent Im
provement ot Colum , Btreel (Including a main, trunl sewer, cemeni
il le walks and stn I iavlng I hnve
been prepared and pi u ed on view in
the room latelj occupi. .| by the school
I, city hall, whet., ihey may bd
In p cted during office hours by
partli a Intei este ; In this very neces*
sary local  Improvement,
X. II. Mi QUARR1E,
Acting City Clerk'
Citj  Hall, New We itmlnster, B. C,
Augusl 25   11108.
Synopsis ot Canadian   Homestead!_
Tenders Wanted
Sealed tenders will be received to
noon, Octo h r 15th, for supply of
.sawii and hewn in ties for New West*
mlnster-Chilllwack Railway, Cloverdale to Abb ; :, Abbotsford to
Chilli".
Specification   i an lie procured trom
Local M . .   Westminster, or
ie
B, C. ���    aiC i:\ll.\VAV CO., LTD.
P     inslng  Vgi
Any available Dominions lau,1s witn-
I in the railway belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
I who is the sole head of a family, or
I any male over 18 years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at
tbe local land office tor the district in
which the land ls situate. Entry by
(proxy may, however, be made on cer-
jtaln conditions by the father, mother,
(son, daughter, brother or sister of an
j intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perforin the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least, six uioiiius- residence
upon and cultivation of thy laud In
each   year   for three   years.
C_l lf t'ac father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm In the
vicinity of the land entered for. the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing . i
the father or mother.
c.i    ir the settler has hi - permanent residence upon farming land owned by hlm in the vicinity of his home.
.stead, the requirements   as   to residence may be satisfied by    resl lence
i upon tbe said land.
Sis months' notice i�� writing should
he given to the Commissioner ol Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply fur patent
COAL.-Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at, an annual rental of $1 P��r acre.
Not more than 21.60 acres shall be
leased to one individual or conipany.
A royalty at the rate of live cents per
ton shall lie cot.oete.1 on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of 'he Interior
Choice Meats at
Centra! Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   ?,70.
BOWELL ft OODV   Proprietors
The kind of clothing we sell is the kind th
wins favor with the best dressed men in New Wei
minster and district. We show the latest styles!
whatever is intended to win an intelligent trada
Business has'nt drifted our way blindly. Our Fa
shion Craft Suits and Overcoats possess all thelittj
distinctions which go with fine tailoring, with ttf
added advantage of being ready for immedid
use, less in cost, and better than anything ela
ready-to-wear. Take for granted we have whal
ever is worth your while in
Conservative Stylet for Elderly Men
Nobby Styles for Young Men
Attractive Styles for Boy��
Exclusive Styles for Children
, We think every man and boy should wear
'*. kind of clothing, because we know, as the pubj
J cannot know, how splendidly it is made.  Ditfere|
f entirely from  the common hum-drum sorts
:: which you've been accustomed. If you want son
' '* thing really distinctive in a Fall Suit or Overco.
''. this is your store.
REID & CO|
Thc Clothiers. Plione <*-
V   Successor to H. L. De Beck
4_^.j..j..j..H��H. .M''M"l"I"l"l'-*M*- *:"rv-.".-v ������"���"���' *vv'
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WHOLESALE and REI    ;
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANT
FRONT  STREET.
ADVERTISE IN i H UqN
ESO*V'
OCT.  7,   190S
THE DAILY NEWS
-PAOS fEVEN'
CLOSED
I       TODAY, Wednesday, our store will be closed all day to enable
us to  prepare our  stock for our Big Fall Clearance Sale,
���        which
Commences on Thursday Morning, Oct. 8th.
We have purchased the entire stock of Howard & Muirhead's Gents' Furnishing Department at
a very low rate on the dollar, and will put the entire stock on sale at prices that will astonish the
Westminster public. We will be able to save you dollars upon dollars upon your purchases during
this sale.    Watch today's papers for particulars and prices. ���
Westminster Clothing Company
P. S.���Ten Salesmen Wanted at Once.   Call This Morning Between 9 and 10 o'clock.
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Igank   Of    MOtltreal    Lowe*-Fraser River
Freight ana Pass-
ESTAUL1SUED 1817.
CAPITAL llMOO.0CO.t_---
RESERVE        111,000,000.00
���    .. thtmiehout Cauida and Ne st (owunland.  and   In   London,   England,
\cff York, I Mcago and Sponane, U.S.A., aid Mexico City.     A   _en-
trai Banking Business Transacted.
len of Credit issued, available witl. correspondents In all oaru or the
World.
Lnoi Bank Departrrent.     Depoeits  received in sums of $1 and upwards,
,ud interest allowed at 3 per cent, per imura (present rate) added
lour times a year,
tl Assets over J1C8,00<T.OOO.OO.
\"ew WESTMINSTER BRANCH O. U. BRYMNER. ___ana��*r
What shall you do with
your idle money.
It'j ��    'ii wiiUe to give    tlxl^ nue.-.   ..f    ourg a  little
careful relli o.tion.
The     ire plenty of opportunities for speculation with
i-    returns;   but   thej  aiv for the man who
nn all - I   lo   lost-���who linn mpney to spend.
S .     - thai promise   sudden   riches   too o't.-n  bring
disappointment, but the determined, system-
-.  and depositing ol .-mall amounts in
The
enger bervice per
cc   --tr        ���   "
_3__>.    ravorite
Carrying freight   au., pa   engers to
all points between New Westminster
; and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf daily
; at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
', additional trip on Mondays, leaving at
5 a.m.
Returning leave Westham I-'.and 7
a.m. daily, except Fridays a; 6 a.m.;
.additional trip on  Saturday-, Laving
lat ii;30 p.m.
Calling    at    Steveston    Tuesdays,
; Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tickets to Steve-ton and return 50
cents on Saturday* only.
i '   ���-
j
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
i
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada.
aim .'.mated  under authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Full;  equipped to undertake every description of Banking transaction.
Branches; throughout A.betta, British Columbia. Manitoba, Ontario. Quebec and Saskatchewan.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
BULGARIA DECLARES
I     EOR INDEPENDENCE
War May Yet Be Avoided in
Southern Portions of the
Balkan Peninsula.
"THE
3
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Copifa/u"! ���**-'_'d-sri-*- Ineoroor.ittfd Total A'Sftn
$8,290,000 "-"' $47,400,000
Cannoi  fa    to  bririj ultimate success.  One dollar makes
the Btart,
BANKING !.Y MAIL A SPECIALTY.
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch!     F. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
INTEREST  AODED FOUR  TIMES  A YEAR.
HOME   savings BANKS, in large, medium an I   ma
'���' ������-. furnished on appllc ition,
it yuu want to    enjoy    your   trifc
aero s tlie > otttiuent���
Travel by the Scenic   Railway    ol
America.
Through Uining Tourist and First- j
riass  Sleeping Car:-*.
Eastern Express leaves at 7:1.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:25.      |
For further particulars and reservu-i
j f'ous apply I
KD. GOULET.
Agent. N'ew Westminster
or to ffi. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pa3s. Agt.   Vannonv^r.
nae.tu voi/*t
ujia mi voimi
IT'S N0V-8MJ** J
jrtci-**MU.
COAL
(Wsylvania
Wsnrutks'
BEST   QUALITY
("BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
p- O. ��(A  3.4.
UT QTJIK
'Phone   105.
81 STREET. FOOT Of SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
B,
ills, Timber
ratling Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
c.urers and Dealer* in Al! Kind* of
''���'   er>   Lath,   SHing.f.,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
interior Finish,     I tuned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS^ATTENTION!
���-���umbo*- ai ���    .-.
���^������vayg in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
R��ya- City Bi audi, Columbia St.
lf.|__,��l. a- '
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
tight Trains Ev.rv 0��v tn the Yew
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies 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
,-t I.      The   equipment   consists   of
private    .ompartment   cars,   standard
16 section  sleepers, luxurious dining
ar. reclining chair cars (seat- free),
noderi   ���'������������   ' - ches   in<*  buffet,   li-
brar�� and smoking cars.
por Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
7/0 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish.
fit
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
1A Hardman.    A.James.   J.McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl.
if *����VTKtlJi'tf TTSIT-ffii '\     " :,""r
tANADlAN^ACIFlC
ATLANTIC SSTEit\>rtSHlP&
UOOKINQ tO   AND   FROM   ANY
���*:    1 ,' *.   OLD   cotjN'I'HV
UE  ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICE.
[   .     saillnsj   of   trio   Empresses
I and IS.
1 or other  dates  and  particulars,
.1    ly to
ED   GOULET
HOW  FEW  THINK JUSTLY
OF THE THINKING FEW.
HOW MANY NEVEP  THINK AT
ALL,  WHO THINK THEY  OO.
There are th"-4-!. uul!.- of the
human race who need arousing and
being shocked into a jell ra - !out>-
ness of ;> rength - ibillt - .nft-
dence and deternilna ion, n 1 mlj In
facing the quesl on i business and
su6i essj but in all p iblems In
lite. The man who gives su '���. p. opl -
wn .��� of his own ilosltlve, optimistic
personality is giving them strength
and life itself, converting millions an<l
millions of brain centres, lying dormant and unused, into action aud increased function.
The trouble is thai th- majority of
people do nut recognize their powers,
abilities and trends and have no con-
Bdeoice in the latent potentialities dormant and unused within them. A new
self-consciousness needs to be awakened; they need to be aroused from
f mental loafing
life has been full of ups uni
downs; if you hav. failed in your undertakings; if lift ha meant n ithihg
but-a continual gri 11 with h - b iter-
ment, no prog' i. no Up .;
thing seems to - 0 wrong, tl en it is
tiina for you ; iw th     eas in w'ni
ami remedy,    . :.    * us    re d ore   '"'
jovern. i ewn view point
1   9S
and our own narrovs  little . ircle, do-
sires, ambitions,   and effort-,   conse-
��� -itiy  ,\e : Issues  that do
not  C"i'e    v.     :   1   our range  and  With
PROFESSIONAL.
C. P. R. Agent,   th U  . 1 mi   1 greatesl
   ii..s.    Lo ami   see how
many really 1 ..'a;'!.- men are tied to
the blight ol  things   mediocre   with
.VHRALLER,    BARKlSTKIt,   SO- i nothing better in view than    a   con-
citor,  etc.,    42  Lorne  Street, I tliiual  grin.I.    Mtcawber-llke    waiting
-ite Court House. New Westmin-  for something to   turn   up.   Mr. St.
'The  Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul  to  ster. .Phon* 143. I Albans  is  particularly   fitted  to belp
Chicago,   "Short  Line"  Omaha  to j ���-������ ���-���___._e '. just such m*��n.    His exjierience with
Chicago^ "South    West    Limited"  VL:
"The Milwaukee
���C*.    lie
Kansas City to Chicago.
SO   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
leP^-*.n_; 12,
New Weitminiter 1
ITB3IDE  .t_   EDMONDS, Harris-
?rs and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Co . n.iia street,   N'ew    Westminster.
VV. .1. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
Atirni
Tbade IVlAnKS
Designs
Coi-YF-IOHTo Ac.
llnff e r.'.-ptoh and fl.'"(-rlnll,>n m_T
?m  ��� .."II   .�� ?*T"'"t' I *��� l'*U��'*".'*lA���.'r' ���."'��l"i'-'-
.-.���;.,"���.i'...ti..i.H,.iii)t.nnKo.. '..i-'i.u.
__ it ir."��. I'lac'l ��.--.-:..-r furBi-rariiiKJialB'i'ft.
*"jl.���, ���. , t.._.i.n Uironuh Munn & Co. r.-ielve
fwdwi-'-"!**". wlthnatah ami lutl.o
1 .,.������. i.i'i'.'.y illu.- rat" 1 v .��� .. ,.
1 .    it   ,-.y s.'lmii.i'i.' Journal
, 'V.."..:.. -������.."' "��� yon, |ii>-M..e i'	
kII nOT��Je��i��il. .,.       u    .
MARTIN & McQTJAlUUH, BAH
ters, solicitors, etc.   Offices.
.     tmlnster,   Trapp   Block.
Clarkson and T/irne streets.
GEORGE E. MAi-rnN. Barrister anC
Solicitor, Gulchon block. Colnm
������ta and McKenzie street.R. New West
..Inulpv.   fl   ft.
'��
���i >! c!.r-
Te.ini toi
I,      -eL- M
w
F. HANSFORD. Barrister
Solicitor, etc.. Crescent hlock,
-..rner Columbia and McKenzie
Mree.ts. New WeHtnilnstfir. B. 0.
men and means  is an extensive one
and his methods are above board and
sincere.     He   makes   no   claims   to
supernatural powers, or any    of   the
WUS-' jugglery   of  so-called   fortune-xelllng,
New   his mode Of procedure is based    on a
cornoi I st lentlflc principle, and the result   is!
certain.   In giving readings it is not I
his aim ;o cajole you with entertaining  tales of impossible  success,  but
to give you truthful nnd accurate ad-)
vice, no niuttei' whether it pleases or'
displeases you; the Truth is the thins. |
Parlors so arranged   that   you will'
meet   no   oilier   callers.     Hours  from
ten to nine p.m.
Edward   St.   Albans,   .Palmist   and
Psychic. Hotel Russell, parlor and re-
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
'turUs block, Clarkson street.    P. O.Jcoption mom upstairs.    Side entrance
Box Ifi!).   Telephon . (il.. | on Carnarvon street
Sofia, Bulgaria, Oci. 6.~-Permaneni
independence is regarded as assured
U>da> throughout ih<- cnnti-y. Great
crowds parade tbe street-; in most of
the cities and towns The populace
are indulging in revelry, speech making and music. It i- probable that
Trine..' Fi rdiuand will make a special
declaration of independence at Philli-
���popolis within a day or two. vtat
section has been under Bulgarian ad-
ministratlon since the revolt from
Turkey thirty years ago, but ever
since ha_ been obliged to pay tribut*
to the Porte.
Note to Powers.
Constantinople, Oct.   6.   The   mln-
I ti      of state in council toaiuiu are
dra ung a note to all th.- powers In-
-    aing   ill 111   thai    Turkey     expects
them to pn rem the violation- oi
1  treaty,    The council    di ���      1
lhat   Til. It. \   , .11.1:1 I.ie   ;,,. :,  p^t fo till.
I i". <. dl i   ;   �� h ch   ire  not  In accord
with un.  Berlin treaty.
I b ���   -.ami Gazette   thc official  di
���-..' "i the Grand    Vizier,    today   declared that Turkey  is  t-ea-dy  to    de
fend her rights with all ihe-    tren
a. her command.
Improvement in Situation.
I'aris, Oct. 6.���-Heeding the advice
of France and England t'.u Suluun of
Turkey today announced his decision
to postpone the declaration of war
against Bulgaria, pending the conference of the powers.
The postponement of tile declara-
toon of -war by the sultan is bell ived
here to mark a great turn for the better iu the situatUtt. and there is considerable relief. All the dislnteie_ited
powers havi agreed to the calling of
tbi conference excepi Germany. So
far the halsei has uot expressed him-
- , ad 'us attltudti 1 the 1 ubj 1 of
mui li speculation.
Foreign Mini il bi I'inc.hon, of
France, and Is. 1] ... , ol Ru sia, and
Dr, Staui hofl the Bu in at It
Paris, held ti long confi rem e toda .
.in. r which ;hey fished Premier
Clemericeau, with whom  Itritish  Am-
b. iadi    Bertl    t is 1 onfei lng,
!!-.,.       . ' .       ol   thi   call  tor
he conference and of the Turkish di
cl -en to pi   tpone the declaration ot
w_r followed Immediately alter    the
'��� -  d   ��� with the premlir
Delay   Annexation.
Vienna, Oct. 6.���Emperor Franz
.lo-..; to lay decided to delay tbe
proclamation ol the annexation of the
provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina
hy the dual Austria-Hungarian em] ire.
The proclamation will not . e I ued
until tho result ot the conference of
the powers is known. The delay was
announced aft.-r the emperor had been,
closeted with his advisors.
Servia   Mobilizes Troop:.
Belgrade. Oct. fi.���All the first class
Servian reserve troops, numbering
120,000 men, have been summoned to
arms by a royal ukase issued today.
Tbe war spirit is everywhere manifest throughoul the country. Tele-
grains from various cities tell of su-oet
,; monstrations and the demand for
war Against Austria.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
OCT.
GOOD  REASONS
Why You Should Buy The GREA T MAJESTIC
FARMER SUFFERS
BIG LOSS BY FIRE
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON RANGE
Lasts Longer, Heats More Water, Heats it
Quicker,   Uses Less  Fuel,  Bakes Better,
And gives better general satisfaction tban any other
iange on lbe market.
lf you will call at our store, we will prove these facta to you.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Barn,   Together   with   150 |
Tons of Hay Totally Destroyed.
Ka . day, a _ai mer who o�� ������
i vi . . on Lulu island and op' ���
,ie.  several other  places    as tenan
i,i    Ai ill : l\    Uighl      : Uffl red   a   lie   ���
oss   thi   igh  the  destruction   bj   fin
oi ilu- lai      barn on a farm occu   ���
by him on \o. 20 road.
The lire v as first noticed by n.
.,', . ml 1 o'clock and the
iiiunii.. 'iuin ��� tely turned out
made   strenuous  efforts   to   save  tl"
'ace. The Haines had gained
headway that made it impossi ile to
quench them and within an hour the
large building, tiil.-d with farm pro
ducts and ina.-hiii.--ry, was totally destroyed. The attention of llie volunteer force was first directed to the
���caving of the live stock, and all    h.
torses and cattle were taken oui before the fire reached their quarters,
though . large flock of poultry was
destro; .    by the flames,
Ston il in the b irn �� 're 150 tons il
hay, an I among ti;- Imph ments di -
stroyi d ��� as a milk separator and
threshing machine. The flre is up
pose I o have originated from s . -
from .i ��� ngine v. Inch was In op
tion in the place during the alt< rn
which smoulden 1 until evening,   Thi
I, ss is stated to be ahum $5  wiih
partial insurance.
FUN ASSURED PATRONS OF
"A KNIGHT FOR A DAI"
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block. New Westm nster.
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OUR WORK SATISFIES       $
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Rates on work of any les-
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on .< p ilit ation,
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Daily News  Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
Local theatre goers have a treat In
store for th>'Hi in A Knight for a
I i.i ," the opening scene of which Is
laid in Evanston, 111., and shows the
campus of t.ie Northwestern university in the foreground. The second
act  tAkes place in the Island of C
There   is   a   good,   intelligible
plot running throughout ihe play, in-
.   spersed     with     good,     wholesome
��� iy.     There   ar,-   seventy    pe  | ���
j. i   in   the   production,   includ-
ing - ..   famous American Beauty Ch i-
,:,d also ihe "Kute Kittens.- -.-, h >
���   a lot of little dancers in the play.
. k   production i- under the niana-
men! of H. H. Prazee, who has given
it a complete equipment and .- splendid   casl   tor   its  interpretati.in.    The
principal   members  of    the  cast   are
Bobby  Barry  and   Elsie   Her'..:;.
The attraction  Is  hooked for pn .-
jentaut.n here ;lt  the Opera house on!
jr.! irs lay  night,  Oct.  S.
	
t ANXIETY  FELT LEST COOK
IS   LOST   IN ARCTIC  SNOWS
"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
���William Jennings Bryan
i WE WANT	
EVERYBODY
ol ly, elthei   for speculation,   ur  a  Five
Acre  Home, .u get all City Facilities is |
QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER   FRONTAGE
-LANKED ROADS
DITCHED  LAND
SOIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
INDUSTRIAL SITES
ALL CITY   FACILITIES.
. and  -���-���      .  r.-.e,   Lis
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F. J. HART k CO., Ltd
Telephone-.    88 - ! 09
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Electric Railway Service;
lnterurban   Line.
Tars (or Vancouver and war
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. ni. Last
car leaves at  11  p. m.
(Last car lv.  Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars   leave   the   depot     eve;;.
twenty mtautes  'or  both  Sap-
on and city limits . vi r i
clti line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweoty minutes after ami forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
S.-pprrton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautea after
the hour, commencing at 8:30
a. in.
Sunday 8��i . - ���.,      ,
tween 81      ������ ;;     m
British Columbia I lectric Ry. Co.,Ud
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New York, Oct. C���is Dr. Frederick
j A. Cook, the well known Biooklyn explorer and the conqueror of lofty
j Mourn McKlnley, lost in ihe Arctic?
This question is so disturbing the
frien.i- of the venturesome Brooklyn
prysician iu that borough thai they
are si-> king dis financial backer, John
ft BTadley, ;<i g<��t him to lit ..ut an
expedition to search for him in the
Arctic.
Dr, C.n.k started about a year ago1
on a daring attempt to reach theNorthl
Pole The lasl beard of him since he
left the last polnl o'',1.dinar, communication was on Maj '.. when an Eskimo, who had accompanied him in the
Icebei returned   to    ;,   point
south, with a   lett.     ��� rom  t he doctor
j stating  ��� : lad     reachi :    Capi
; Htibhat I   Westi rn  Ellsmerlan .
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
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Honeymoon
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lorn
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1.���Fun on  Bn adway.
~ - The  !.   n an i the Mouse.
3     Little Jo mn    Jones,
9    Arizona
16.���Vi h    ', rh   Leavi   Homo.
21.���50   _l li     F   en   Bn -"ii
24     Ba ���      o  To land.
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A Choice Selection of
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roa
$18 to $30
No extreme styles in this special range of New Suits, but just
serviceable, well - made garments
that are assured of a popular reception.
They are all this season's models   and are all talloi   mad
woi la upon . vi ry suit ;- as good a.    hat   ipon suit      oubli    hi   price.
We wanl to   how .....   hi   ���                    ts      We  would  like you  to
examine and compare *,: m  .-.iii;   whai       i   se<   elt   ��� In  ���     Co
are confined to shades of navy, brown,   and   green   and   black    We
show them In  s mi and tight fitting  back  coat;,   with    braid    and
velvet trimmings,  long sleeves,   Sklrti  are mostly nine gored, I
and trimmed  with  bias foldjs. Size    rrom  32  to   10,    Trie. .  ar��   $18,
$22.50, $25.00, $27.50 and 530,00
Coats in All Sizes
for Children
and Misses
Th.   children can be Buked her...    i;vin_:   the   girl
them have the pleasure of choosing a coal to Bull thei
prices   are   exceptionally   low, and  there  again    wo  ���:.�� ������
range than ever,   We offer special values thia weel   ���
'it
$2.75 to $13.00
each
Warm  Coating  Materials
for Children*s
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Coats
1  targi iltabli   coatings, in sueh  materials a- Bear kin,     K
-.,....        . .   Hea  ,   lil.n:..!   Cloth, Bedford Cord, Corded Velveteei
\\ e show thesi laieriu     in 11 full ran; .��� ,-��� ,
e .  in ii ,    up ih" chtldi en's coal       '��� -     to h.*se cloth
All Kinds of Jerseys for Boy*
Boys like our Jerseys because they are good  looking specimens of thesg popula   -
again they an. made tor all kinds of wear and tear    We .any all sizes for   ���'     Iron
FINE RIBBED JERSEYS, it: navy, cardinal and white; extra flne quality;  pi������-'���
$1.20 to $200. BOY8'   HEAVY   JERSEYS.    Each 65c to %-'^-
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