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 Me, Shiles & Co.
f Li INSURANCE
.FW^ESTMJNSTER1B1C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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���N!:Vv ..   B.   C,   SATURDAY   MOB' iCTOBER  it.   L9t
'���'ris-^*-'   Library,
PER ��� OPY.
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:��',
henificent Demonstration at Opera House Indicates How  Polling   Will   Go
William Templeman Exposes Fallacies on Better Terms   Question   Pr
Prosperity of British Columbia is Due to Laurier Policy    W. VV. B
Mclnnes Demonstrates Borden's Promises Valuel
on Asiatic Exclusion.
Hor.
__V ----
^m&
oving
CHORUS OF VOTERS: Join the procession; we're ail for Bob.
less
Northwest   provlnci   . i
inci. i .-Vpplaui i.i
Financial   Conditions.
S eaking of thi   financial  crisis  oi
the iirevious yeai In the United States
and ii.- effect on Canadian finance, he
.. monstra-
e.leial  i
i vening,
'. led to the
lanners   were
being:
!_. .   .;....       ,.:������.,   Feel  to  thel claimed   the   governmenl     had   dea
.:   .,   Square   Deal, wiih  the  stringency   in  a" stai   sm
I.. Jardine and   a j like manner.   What thej ought to re-
-.... a i.i   ext' n ling   I.
real co     many millions
of .; il ..; -   ��������� ���     ��� ������   ihree or foui  mil-
idizing 1 he  Crow's Nest
.   hai  _as d"-:.. ned to    ��� -
��� ��� !������ ���  .'-    ish C    unbit    an 1    it    h ���'���
don      o   an    nexi  to   thi     excelli :,'���
fin mcla       .   nis i ation of Mr, Field-
without a i i '":n housi   or ; ost office
\ which ��� ntitle I to it.    Tl
had spen  fourfol i ,v h
predece I ad on public works, and
on the in-:'..-I-  department, in Incii a
i,ng the of the coast.    He  di I
; noi   belii ���. thai   the  , ���  >ple   of    the
(applause)   and   moreover,  those  that
here following the occupation of
���  uu n : ho il i  not  be allowi d    to
��� em ' ��� ..nd enjoy the pri. ilege
the   I *��� minion  conferred    upon
' Loud    ������*"���"���
:i 1    VI
nl     a; /' lUSe.)      ii"     tool;
.:*:.i ������  having t*  bi c im*
provini tuency, or   city,    who   ��� f the    Asiatic    exclusion
, .-.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���i 'nK  I   hno'.v        no  question of  policy
eral of th<* famil-1 member   in   this   election   iva    -that   that has don
Wilfrid   Lauriei   thej   had a cupabli   governmenl
------
111  the  l tug  .     Aid
nd  with  him  on
|, -   -     Hon.     W,    Ti'ln-
IRo.cri .1 ���: une, Lll eral candl-
u. it  Mclnnes, Liberal can-
.nver;   Denis .Murphy.
���_..:.-   .   Whealli r, J,   W,  Mae-
id, Aid. Jardine, A.  tc. Wood and
why nol  return it?
Tne Tory Policy.
Spi aklng ol the tariff he declan i
tli" Tory party was committed to
high protection, and If they returned
to power they would take fifteen
months to readjust the tariff, putting
the business of the country in a peril-
more for the advance-
men; of Canada than the immigration
policy of the Liberal government.'
ilxnid applause.) "What was the con-
dition of affairs In 1896? The iinmi-
gration had been gradually dwindling
from about 25,000 to 10,000 per annum, nnd th.- native sons of Canada
were leaving tor the United States in
many  thousands.    Last year    260,000
had anj ���: .. '��� dg ��� of the good intentions "i thi : ovei nment, judged by
whai thi ad il n w iuld say that
the coui ��� -. I    ;r.   Into the Mc
Bride '-'..��� . niiii .-������,' ral hundred
thousand mon dollars a year. To do
as  Mr.  i geste 1  would  he  to
���lism- n. -    -     ������ leration.    Having intimated  thai   he    would    leave    the
Oriental   [iiestion to Mr. Mclnnes, he Is "     '������'���'  mm*    '"  th*--  province?
concluded  with a r. iupsi  for a  ���������ll.l': ;:/"'- *  ���""���*   **���-*<-  ;'"'  government  at
i Lou :   laughter  and cheers.)
Better Terms,
vi n .���;.- sing reference to a re-
i en: a . .a tin Province'' criticizing : position taken up by hlmsi ll
Mr. Mclun-. upon the Asiatic
and better terms questions, Mr. Jar-
din     tt ill!   thl    lai tl '..     HOW  I hoilld   I Me;,
���  ���  1 ���
.. | Victoria   three-quarters of   a   million
Ion.
I a e��iij __��� _, i i" dispose ui'.'    He did  not think so,
A Solid Seven.
,. ��� ....       .v, ���i.���,, i,i 'bin   considered   that   as  Mr.   Temple-
It is verj important thai we should
The   Chairman.
Id J ibnston   in   his  opening   re
b .. not a partisan o
Hticlan, and in taking that ixisi
tlie iinsiness oi ine counirv m a pern-
ous condition.    Thirdly, they heard a nad takeD up their homes in ,h^ north
great deal about scandals.   There was weSt    Th"S" '"'��Ugh:  in "^ C��n
have every   constituency   throughou
jIiiihii had said they should endow the
\V. H. .M< Innes, sal i botu the I ������' tei
and himself had attended th sam_
school and both had thi same teach-
i:-, li. .\l. Stramberg, whom he waa di
lighted to se,. among the audience,
t hi had hot a been licked b) tbe
sami schoolmaster, too. tLaugnter.)
Mclnnes received rather more than he
did. wiiich accounted for the candidate for Vancouver being such a fine
fellow now. (Loud laughter.i it. was
- id that if one spared the rod om
. Oiled the child; ihe;, certainly put
it upon poor Billy when he went to
e bool. (Loud laughter.) The earl)
training of bis friend Mclnnes in, the
pugilistic arena had fitted him to be
one of the best fighters in B. C.
(Cheers.) He had been told that every twenty-four hours saw the .Mclnnes Stock rising; ii stood now at 98
and   by  the end  of next   week  there
1 would not  be any    stock
i
servative  rule cost $11  a head,    au
those   under   Liberal  rule.   $4.     What |
was-the effect on British Columbia ol
thi
len  ol   New   Westminster   (Ap-
and next as a Native Son of
Ifci.    Cil ���    where  he  was  born.
life, and  hoped    to
j''.  lie  hoped   that
man would  do  bis  duty   Irre-
I.    .i;i;"-,i,."d   t"
I .try   in   the   best
vestigate   I:   was   some   Tory   otl
appointed   by  the   Conservative  gov-. ,       .
11 * , '        of British Columbia  durmg the    iast.
ernment, who had been kept In office         ���.��������_<_��,����_ ,_-. .i>..
  --1 _^^^^^^n^^H______________________________________________________________________________________________________B	
B. C. Liberal becfuse my influence in Province with new railways of like im-' (LaUghter aml loml cheer80
the cabinei ., greater the more mem- *P��rtance t0 the Grand Trunk 1>acific* I Mclnnes on Asiatics.
hers thai ar, returned.   Il goes with-  and   'Ai!l>   new   I1-*1'1-"1'*-*,  better  ship-1     w  w  B  McInneSi who v,.,, heartk
out saying, and everything at Ottawa P-11*?   facilities  and   ihe   improvement
is done bj   vote,   and    we    are    only'01'   *������"   l'vaSel   l'iver       The   P08itl��-*
eleven after all, that lf B. C. is to have taken  "I* b*v  tne Conservative  party
'nfiuence in parliament or to have the|-*n  regard  to railway development In
made   evident
 'e was
a   Halifax  platform   (laughter), bul no
one   heard of   it   in   tti,-   campaign.
uuciiin, ami in iiiKiug mui  |>oai-
Me chair he did it first as a   Scaa,ials   were  it]W^1    ln   the  ^  this   Immigration    policy.    "1    real!
service,   but   when   they  came  '"  in-    ,.,.,, _.,.,;..���._. i    -iivr , ���    _______________________________________
was   some   Tory   official thlnk'    the  Spe*fer  wn""'" '',    ^.   influence in the counsels of the coun- British   Columbia   was
i the larger proportion ol ihe prosperity |        ^ fa ^.^ ^   ,,  mu Q(J    ���   by  ,���,.  Btrong  opposition which  tlu >
solfal -..,.  Libera]  delegates to   ot-. ���������'"I" * ^e v* V* *  K* ''aihvlly blU'
tawn again."   iLoud applause.)    ru.-'-h'-i.  that   was   before  the  House  ol
Commons.     Hm   for   the   determined
 ^^^^^^^^^tthe   seven     Lilitr.il
 _^^^^^^^^^^^_________B _______________________________________________________________________________���< V. Oil 111 i ll-a^^^^^^^^^H^^H
forts  of   recent   years,  and   conciuaed     '
BU of this citv That thV's'hould   b>   -,eclarlnB   ^ >��   rotln-3  ^ J"'   " ���";���
.       ,ance the interests| *Jlne  they   would   return   a  candidate!     Havin
.the   nartv   who  ill   twelve   shoil   ..<��� ars    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'"'���    ]    r���!Uad made Canada the nation Of the and that the inarket for fruit w
t?,^    ^^i.   ."!ltwentleth century. .Loud applause.!    |of the mountains, they; realizedj-^tat | ^ ^ kmn w ������,,��� ag ���,���.   o( quesll0I1|
" v " '""," '" """ "      ��� ,  [flve v..ars is directly traceable to the
.ince 1896. lApplaus,,,    He contrast-[        > cQunt     tQ thfl ^st Qf
, ..,, ,,   cindmg, he said  if he
mountains  lias  been   hlle 1
w: i.-
ed th" puny immigration ; ml icy of tn. _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Conservatives   with   the  splendid   of-1 -J^     ~ ,. ^nt^. ^  ! ! ca:i,ie,  again  h,   would consider thej-and   mi   ���.
Interests   of     N'ew    Westmmstei     as
i much as Victo i
explained  that  the interior, _,t|u|(_nc    ,,. ,.
���nr,    othi
i: u
. ���     . _,������ I  ,1111,-      '   IT.       WOII' I'llllll      al      , ,,uwi..,,-- .
inC,e th��� lntT8t;  who   would   be  a  sound supporter of  lumber companies  did   practically  aU
uotaca-eofone,^ '^   ^ ^ ^ ^ vis;t,J thl,ir business with northwest  points,
Jardmt the  Man.
T.ie  chairman  in    introducing    the
Liberal  candidate  remarked  thai   the
i   presentativos  of   the   province,  this
valuable   railway   connection,    which
wns obtained without a dollar of su -
sidy, would never have been obtained.
Fish-irn.en'j    Pe.sccut.ons.
Turning uexi   io  the  local  fisheries
Mr.   Jardine   brieily   related
ation   was   going   "' Contest  in  Victoria,
to pow. :   on  Octo ...  26       Hon    William   Templeman   was   In*
lbs..i u,.    ;),,,,.   because   troduced b)  the chairman as the re
man .: was for thein to  presentatlve of a good
itiliei.u_.ii m from lhe point "'   government,  and   who   had done ex*
,      men, and to do that   client   service   tor   the   constltuencj
should r,mrn thi   l.nirier iidinln-   whicli   he  represented.    Mr.  Temple-
itl'iti. mi i ., Liberal from that rid-  man was warmly welcomed on rising.
Like   ihe   previous   speaker,     he  was
iased to se,- so many ladles present
the Liberal Immigration pollcj mean
to B, C. He did not think the peopl>
of  B. C.  would    grudge    th
  money I
an   as   UK   '' " | ��^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ | w.-iii    il'ier tin
cause, a cood!S|IPIlt on tmm'snatlon.    t.s'o.)    They1
had spent  large sums on  railway su,
the     uortliwesi
he
th.
The  Political   Issues,
^h Murphy, of Ashcroft, was the
*'���    ;.   il- deal! with the rec*
1": ' ���  a Imlnistratlon since 1896.
liiestlon in fore the people of Ca-
1 Ms ��!i- iin ;  ii  was lies)  to turn
un i pui  the Conser*
*'* lo, -nl i" di ii nniiie that they
1 Mosidi :   ihe   presenl   condition
f ' lis    political   affairs.
f ;ij! _ii.it-  works ever
nmen!  was the
ihe new transcontln*
Miil
 Inst    i;,'iieiiil
had  Bhown  theii
���,lt -   _________________-_____)i^_______>
in the large audience. The only Iirevious occasion when he spoke in
Westminster was when the Liberal
candidate was elected, and he hoped'
this would be a happy augury for this
'occasion. (Applause.) The chairman
,,a(1 indicated thai In all probabillt)
)l)B seai was safe in the city of Victoria- well, he hoped it wns. He be-
Hevel that the clt> would return him
with a ver. substantial majority (applause), and In- believed the same
would be the case with regard to that I fti
constituency,    havin**-    been    over   M
hi ild  be  built,   frora c illllwiick   to  Ladner,  and  thai   men **'-^ ^
.   stives hal done Ur   .lardlm   would be returne.1. tl-oud  ha   '
cut  it  being  cou-   aj,piaii!,e.)     il
'��� j with him in ib
Imi"
.olid
'
I
Ighl   lines,  tlie   in-op
������ ��� ��� did  lhal  it
ill,   Liberal  part..
Having   refer-
ui  ui  the road by
concerned   lti
ed     whether    ll
tn  leave  Its  comple-
lin were cold tc it In
criticised   ll   now.  and
m  heart?    Then'
1;. ii-' "liliiii'iila!     road
mills niiii moneys of
'    . all knew of the |w
^^^^ I   and ilu
Hallways did nol
nil ilie    difference
T i.
ij	
������
'"U (if I h,,
''���I'liin. of ,he c. I
B"ll|l6titl(.ll
;,"',u'"-���   Part of the Q. T. P,
" ii   :
i-,' -'"."iiiiiieni   wiiii   public
Wo"1'1 h- public property, man.
DUbliC
bi
''""""'--".in.is i��� the
"nuiiciii
^k "in:.'.' :n  in      oi    i ie-
,���' * ' ��� iii.iieiii were ol
���in.',  to  the  com-
nteeing ',' its  bonds
nee lo ��� nable the
������   bull
hoped    nlV-o    to   nave
^^^^^    lleXl illli'll^^^^H
i renewed  cheers), and  again a
seven from B   C.
Expenditure  of  the  Country.
Dealing with the expenditure of the
country, the speaker lold of Hie great
ni',,wiil  iii   business, the  Increase    In
trade   the Immense revenue thai  tin
Dominion governmenl  had had in the
past   twelve years, a surplus nmoun!
Ing   to  $113,000,000,  which   had  been
ended In great public workB to de-
sldies,   mainly    tn
Where they had spent $'20,000,a_<��0 iu '
subsidies in cash, they remembered
the Conservatives had given thirty-
two million acres of land, whicli il |l
(ould be sold now at the prices the
C. 1'. H. wa> getting for the laud
would paj for ths transcontinental,
railway, and ��i,i�� oft the national
debt.     tAppluuse.)    Mr    Templeman
,spoke of ii���. Improvements to ihe St.
i Law rem, ��� river, which   wns now   uuvig-1
able from ihe ocean to Montreal, and
! produce  formerly  shipped    \ia    New ]
York  h, I  !"���> n div< ik',1 io  Monti
I iie drew attention   In  this   regard   to
��� hi   ..::'  ;hal  thi   heiier facilities and
���ii.-..  ol this  rout ��� hnd    redo . ..    ile    Insurance    charges    lm-
I,     Tlie national    debl    would
lUCl   .  ll   li   ha I   not   been
fm  the inonej spent on the *Transcon*
; Xew   Westm.nsttr's best   citizens
one who would stick    y anything
 toian    whom
Lib, : :il party hoped to sen 1 to
tawa as their representative on the
26th and as one who would be a credit
io the party led by the greatest staies-
man Canada had ever seen. iLmul
applause.) If they seni Robert Jardine to Ottawa as iheir representative
mi the 26th they would nev ir have
cause to regret it- (Cheers.)
The Candidate Cheered.
Robert Jardine, who was received
wiih great enthusiasm by the whole
audience, commenced by observing
that the reception which had beeu accorded Ilim was indicative ilvat some-
, , thing was going to happen on thi
i Ltuli. (Laughter and applause.) He
vu_., perhaps, unknown io s.uue of
those present, but to the great ma-
jorltj he had been Known for 1 lie* pas'
nine, een years, ih" period of his
residence  in   New  W< stm'.nster     Bul
ihe proceedings lhat had brought
about the present difficulty and stig-
matized the action of the Provincial
ly   applauded,  said  that    though    he
might   have  been licked  in   this  city
twent) years ago, he had no int mtion
of being  licked in Vancouver on    the
26th.    (Cheers.)    He was glad to see
such  ;i tine gathering of people who
meant   to  suppon _his  friend   Ro.Uert
Jardine.    In  the first  p  lace he  was
(here   in   support   of  their candidate,
and.  secondly, in anticipation of the
pleasure of meeting the Conservative
nominee.   .Much to his disappointment
however,   Mr.  Taylor  was   not   mere,
lie remembered  meeting   Mr.  Taylor
on that stage four years ago and how
his  statements  were    then    refuted.
(Applause.)    Now his stock in trade
was absolute misrepresentation    and
baseless slanders.   Proceeding he said
the Conservatives  had no  issu-s    to
tit-! government
in regard to the white flea] whh and hls opponent| M, Cow.
fishermen on .he Fraser as a perse- :m ,,,co���nlzing thl8j wm to Mr Qor.
cutlon that would never be tolerated ,,.,,. and {)btained {rom him ft pled^
in a free country. (Applause.) if ,ti��� .,. ,h-i , PmiPnx understanding
the Provincial government consider-,
ed It had any rights in thia matter,
(why did it not go to the conns in U|
proper way   instead   of making   the j
this  was the  firsi   time h
thai if the Lemieux understanding
was not lived up to, the Conservative
party would abrogate iho Japanese
treaty. The Liberal government regard',! the present arrangement as
being simply tentative; it was but the
beginning of the solution of ihe Asia-
tie question. He regretted that this
I was made a party question, because
lhe people of British Columbia ought
'u be standing shoulder to shoulde,
and present a solid front to ib** people in the east. (Applause.; in this
way  they could be convinced of    ihe
^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^_:.unanim those  iu  'he As
He did uni  know whether the Domin-  ...
: the
Ion governmenl  would take Hiis matter  up,    an   he   inteiidi 1     to  see  ihe
fishermen  victims  of    their    action.'
(Applause.)    He (the speaker) did neu
profess io know anything  about   thel
law, but believed be had a little com-1
mon seuse.    lie thought  the government at  Victoria  would    have    done
well to exhibit a Utile common si use
in   this   mallei.     i Hear,   hear.)     The
court   had   now   quashed   the  convlc- j
tions and there would be an  appeal.
Better   Terms.
Conservative     candidate
al
had come
h, fori ile in io ask iheir suffrage in
support oi ihe government which hal
glveu  Canada   twelve   years     of     the
wIbi      ami  1 _.-.-_i  administration fi  had j inipiovenunt of  the  Vra
bad.    ILoud  applause.)     He uul. which    Ok*    CouservatH
Conservatives  had   madi   this  an
Issue   in   th.   campaign,  they    would
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^li:ivo. Ju from
thing through and their other Wfudsj wh.(. ih(   t_._ ^^ |];|:,   ^ ,_. .^
nection with this question, he hal no
h".";  it li n  in saying  thai  It  was ��� al)
1 to the  i.i: eral p irtj   that thej   c t tld
look     lor    its   sati fa tor)   solution,
im
direction. I
I. I'M
��1, i would help tn tht
' i 'tears, i
Fraser  River  Works.
A gi iio   q icstion  ���,. ,h, m   was  the
rive,,   oi
��� indldat ���
io  maki
nu:   that
fun,  an I    trj lng   to
li   w.i     all  ounkum.
t-Hiiliwack  h:.il  .-'"I   '"" "1"l',il"1  M
ih,  0    ,],,.,. issues, better terms. [..... propose to enter al |pngth Into the | SOug.it
exclusion  and    departmental L^,,.^ ;1Mll  j,,.,.1 ic >   of tht   government  _ ....
^ * dais-     There  were    more    issues i|)U ,., s;l). IllU(.h   , iil)llt  tlie campaign j After explaining   the action   that   lu
..,,  and while he did noi thinkLf 8candal; life was too short to waste  had |..M.;, in regard to the work.which
,S!i,le of better terms wouldLjm,   |n troubling about  the pettj   li     -m, said  was ui   vital imp,.nance    tol
  voi,. in  the whole pro-1        ndoes of ihe Conservatives.    He,
Influence UH ;
,i   British Columbia,  neveitne- noWever, dealt   briefly with    two   oi
,.i am
��� \ im '������
the  whole  district   from   Steve,ton  to
Chililwack,  and   pointed oui   that   the
expi   	
veh.p the greal
criticizing    lbe
Dominion,    and
administration,
iM I make   thai
Mi, Taylor had tried to j these, ihe lumber  and   Saskatchewan j government intended to carry out the
an  issue.    (Bhame),    he | j^ni valley allegations, showing that j scheme outlined in Mr. Le Baron's re-
thei wo���id  refer to it.
ll,. proceeded    ,0' in tioib cases the Liberal government
port,
.!..,.���   ,,,-!      ������.���  the  history of the better terms* had ,u,a(t fairly and squarely and '"' wi: liin thi
Cons rva,lveB had a��=u9e'             ,, ��� '     enient. :���,,i pointed oui that ll did the ,���,������ and advantage of the c
extravagance, Mr, Fostei nan       m nolumbia. l>m  nil,,,.
criminal extravagance
and Mr. I
lister
um
oegin in British Columbia, bui In try,
'
���
Willi  it-'
'iiii- ii .   v... i de*
arl   of  the
"In charging the Liberal part)
fail to specify wherein these svainlal-
exlsi, they never come down to details. "We .admit lhat we have ex-
imi we have
_IIH^H
pended   all  our   BttrplU
lived   within our  nn ans.  nn
Ural generous expenditure for the pu>
pose of developing the coun
v i y hem kind of economy."
Where the Surplus Went.
av,- have expended our �� "'"'
capital account, In rebuilding tlie
he stated   his   firm   belief that
u-s the population of
N,.w Westminstei would be doubled If
^^^^^^^^^^^_ noi   li-chl'-d.     i I*""'I  ehe-ers.l     llaviiig
A White Canada. described the importance of the ������"''"-
Continuing, the candidate reiterated|ser River Mills to the district and re-
j ins views upon the Asiatic    question j ferVed  to the  facl    that the Brooks-
ion of doing all scanlon Co, was seeking a site,    the
bowed a li',," difference of |ii.".u*��>-1he could to secure a white    Canada.  Bpenker Btated thai he had, it on good
(l00 The i���'ti"i- way for "better terms" Thla must be a while man's country, authority that three other large mills
y he for Canada to spend money he averred, and they did not wain i"! were iik,-l>  :" be located near West-
I-the province.   The government had see  the'.aame difficulty  arising here mln8ter,
' .""i��lJ|hel hown their Intention during the   lastLg had arisen in the United States ln|    The conchwlo* of  the  candidate's
,      ,,.ii< in this regard,    They had ^e shape of the negro problem.     As
r,,ii ,,,,,.,, public building save one neither Japanese, Chinese nor Hindus  piause.
,,    0,  two and he believed In a y '   0T could assimilate  with the neonle   of
would  be no town or <-lfv
_______________________________________________________________________________���'!-1,    __________________ koverunienl   had i
-afalU  ^ant.atethechaS|Q;i^ ^
statement had been prepared by    the
.;._, neiiil    of   Canada,    which and stated his Intent!
;l"    ' t 111,400,-  h(
In*
two there
Canada,   they    should
peopH	
be   shut oui.
;'. speech was  followed    by hearty
Chairman's Reminiscences.
The  chairman,   in   Introducing
HP-
w
i Loud cheei s. i \\ bui li id the C i
servatives ever doni towards securing exclusion of Asiatics? i A voice*.
"Nothing!") Thi y hid pui ,i h- ad
in\ of tit;,, dollars on Chinamen afti i
they had allowed thousands to come
in to build ihe C. IJ. It. railway. Such
an impost was a mere bagatelle, When
the Liberal government had been in
power a few years the) raised '.his
head tax to $600, and thus met the
wishes at tbat time of :he people ot
British Columbia. Later it was found
they still continued to com** in, and
ii was evident ihe amounl would have
to be raised. As to the Japanese,
there came al first In small numbers,
whicli Increased until thousands were
landing on the shore, But today they
might icarcli the ships coming in from
the far easl and lind tha: no Japanese were coming In, (Hear, hear.)
This was because the Dominion -��� ���
ernment had mei the difficulty by diplomatic measures and careful lt glsla*
tlon,    He claimed  tha*   thi      In a -
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TIIE DA ILV NEWS.
FIRE WIPES TOWNS Off
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MARKET
REPORT
Relief Train---Several Towns in Path of Flames Appear Doomed to Destruction --- Four
Counties Fire Swept
Tawas City, Mich., Oct. 16.���-The De* | relief train  thai   was wrecked in the
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-:..      . , id attendance al i
,-..", .   uerday,    and
i business   �� is done ln th ��� rings    ai
| stalls,    Potatoe:. ol   which there  u
^^^^^^^^^^ , Ja large supply, were the   only articl
Two Hundred Lives Feared Lost Through Burning up of offered which hung are,   The offi
;of meat and  Bsh was large, beef
selling, while mutton and lamb, offi
ed In large quantities, sold well,  veal
was not  so plentiful, and the deman
was good, and pork, with a short market, found read) call.   Cohoes In fair
numbers reached the market.
Eggs. Butter and Poultry.
There was an average suppl) of
eggs, of which prices are more favorable to the seller than the purchaser,
The high price proves that poultry
keeping is one of the most profltabl ���
industries in the valley. Butter varied
tive cents according to quality, best
kinds making -in cents a pound. Live
fowls sold well, a large supply being
offered. All the chickens changed
minds at quotations. As usual there
was offered a gixni number of broiler.-,
prices ranging according to si/.e. and
condition. The demand for duel,- was
fair.
Fruit and Vegetables.
The supply of vegetables was much
11!'-
.
l:ii;.  I
ynopsii     of     Canadian     North-West   VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.   ,la,   ,
Homestead   Regulations. WARNING  TO  PURCHASERS. xv'u:,
'    Every assignment of the right of a'tore  th.
SATURDAY, OCT. 17
Mai! s��,
J
. i)  even numbered   i   tlon of Ho
uinlon   lands   in   .Man;
,.^^^^^^^^^^_t" I '���  -^askatch
ewan and Alberta, excepting s and 2(i
South African  Voluteer
land grani   musl    be b
^^^^^^m^^m^m^m^mm^^^^^ \ nollltm' I
not reservod, may be homesteaded by
iroit and Maclnac railroad headquarters this afternoon issued the following statement:
"About two hundred men, women
and children were on the Metz relief
train which was wrecked and burned.
Seventeen bodies have been found.
At out twenty-five survivors have been
heard from. The fate of the remaining 185 at this time is unknown. We
hope many of them escaped, but it
would be Improper to hold out too
much hope.
"We have three relief train- with
doctors, medicines and caskets on the
way to the scene."
Detroit, Mich., Oct. Hi.���Late this
afternoon the towns destroyed by the
great   forest  fire are:
Metz,   ZOO  Inhabitants.
Millersburg, the largesi town In
Presque Isle county, 800 Inhabitants.
Posen, 200 persons.
Pulaski, a hamlet.
A Millersburg dispatch says that
when the Metz refugee train was
ditched through the burning of a culvert, seventeen persons were burned
hi death. A woman and three children are among the dead. Two bodies
have,  been  recovered.
The 200 persons of Metz boarded
the train to escape to Cheboygan, the
northern terminus of the road. After
the train became derailed, tlie fire,
which was sweeping through the trees
parallel to the track, attacked the
wrecked  cars.
Groping blindly through the shower
of sparks and the dense smothering
.smoke the men and women became
separated and dashed in all directions
seeking a place at which, to break
through the ring of flames. Conductor Kinsville managed to pass the hot
blast, but when he reached Mi.'."i':-
b irg  was to:ally  blind.
The engineer of tlie doom-d train
broke through, but was terribly burned. How manj of the 200 persons escaped is unknown, as they scattered
through the forest and 'heir bodies
havi not. been recovered. In a house
near the railroad track at ihe edge
of the forest an aged coup!.- was roast-
t   . to death.
1: is believed that the Ore started
through the carelessness of hunters or
from smouldering embers of the Sep-
Hni'. er forest flre.
Scores of small cities and towns in
the path of tli flames are threatened
with destruction, At Vanderbilt, in
Otsego county. a large gang of watch,
men are on duty night and day. Every effort is being made to keep the
houses well soaked with water and If
m cessary hack-ruing will be resorted to,
Cheboygan, on the south channel of
the Mackinac straits, far io the north-
��� est of Metz, is  menaced.
Many Refugees Are Missing.
Detroit,   Mich..     Oct.    16.���-Rep irts
m  thi    uppi.-    peninsu'a   - ay   that
Pn   ������    i ���;      ^   menaced.    A   spei ial
has   been   sent   from   Escan   ...
1 ��� about Mi nominee ;-     az-
'���-.!-  ������ . 1  the Rann      ��� ach high In th
- ���   hat  the)    can  i e a   n man;
Cv,lng    io   the   di ...ganizatI m  of
-   and  :. ..in  sen i, e, it i-, lm] 11
i o tain accurate   I intll
h     fill i trains return.    Advices, In
Unite   and   al   times  c ml   idh i >
!l ounl   foi   -h ���   lar.;,    ;rim ���<
���������    .    , .     -.;    '    i.::    'll"    Villi"'.      town
i; i- I ar ,1 that the compl* te di il
- ill .. i t gn atly to the num er ��� I
taliti. ?.
Brimley,   West   Son    and    en ,��� .
. laci ��� i.i thai section have been sa
by thi    i role efforts  of  the  lui ahl- I
tants. j
Bishop  William/,  of   the  Eplsc  , il
diocese of Michigan, and the Rev. W.
ll. Bulkley, who confirmed a cla-.- at \
Ha ' :r~; Hi" . esti  day, are amon *, ;'���   ,
mis.-i.i.;.   bul   11   Is   I   li ived   the)   i .--
caped,
Four   Counties   in   Flames.
Alpena, Mich.. Oct. 16.���The whole
of northwestern Michigan la burning.
The flames already have swept Lour
counties, aad the loss of life Is heavy.
li is ., lieved that lf repoi t - could be
obtained the results of the fires would
lie the most appalling in the history
of thl. .���ui of the country, Fourteen
worn* ,i and thi! Iren are known to
hav in u burned to death a' Metz.]
There Is prat ticall) no hope for th ���
200 refugees who left tbe citj on the;
burning forest. One refugee who arrived from Metz today says that very
few escaped, and that he believes
(practically the whole 'population of
the town, numbering more than 200,
was lost. The total number of dead,
however, can only be estiniat'-d by the
wildest  conjectures.
Situation   is Desperate.
Calumet, Mich.. Oct. 16.���Bush fires
are raging over the entire Copper
country of Northern Michigan, on the
Keweenaw peninsula. Several small
towns are threatened with destruction, and the people in the woods are
battling with the llames. The entire
timber countrj tract between Calumet
and Lake Superior is burning. The
lire is raging near Keweenaw, and
there is small hope of saving the little clearinVs in the woods.
It is though: that, several families,
whose homes are entirely surrounded
by flames, have perished. The situation is desperate.
Sault   Ste   Marie   in   Peril.
Saul; Ste Marie. Mich., Oct. 16.���
The forest fires forced their way into
this city early today in spite of the
desperate work of the citizens, who
battled all night to keep them outside
the city limits.
A squad of dynamiters prepared to
blow up the warehouse of the Soo
Hardware company to prevent the
flames from spreading through the
city. The structure was saved, however, by men who fought back the tire
at the peril of their live:?.
���ntitled  to   a   tl .
wa;    of   a.i     '' I
and must be  The onl
y | in the form provided by the Act, Icelved S
Special attention is called to Sub* and <    P
8ection ;: of Section 6 of the Volunteer, the    �� ,
Bounty Act, 1908, which provide- that; Mills and
any person who is the sole head of a
. ...., or any male over is years of
ige, to the extent or one-quarter section of 16(1 acres, more or less I_^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^h
Application   for   entry    must    be  no assignment of the right of a vo-
made  in person   by  the  applicant at!""1"11' by the aP��ointmen,  ol ;i ^
a Dominion Lands Agency    or    suh-
San
���
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II' ',,1
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fiUMm^mm
m^^^^^^^m^^^.     ,i:"" I m. (closed at i-k-vp,,
accepted or recognized | the   prevlous  nlg,
STREAM  OF  GOLDEN
GRAIN   IS   STEADY
Winnipeg. Oct. L8|���If the mild
weather continues, more grain will
have left Thunder Bay ihis fall than
at any time in ihe history of the Canadian middle west. From 100 to 500
cars are leaving Winnipeg daily with
grain, and returning with fuel for the
northwest. The condition of the
transportation facilities Is first ciass.
Evi n t.ie old wheat -1- being cb aned
out of the. elevators.
To Study Flying.
New Vork, Oct. Hi���Ii was announced today that the University of
umbia has added a course in aeronautics, the first of its kind to be given in any American university to its
curriculum. Only one student is enrolled in the new course at. present,
but it is believed that others will
avail themselves of the opportunity to
si idy the fascinating science of navigating the air.
igency for the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may,
uowever, lie made at an agency ou
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an  intending   homesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud in
each year for  three years.
(!!)    a nomesteader may,  If he so
t;.sires,  perform the    required    residence   duties   by   living  on     farming
land owned   solely   bv   him.   not less
than eighty   (SO)   acres  in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead.   Joint
ownership iu land will not meet this
requirement.
i"      (!!)    If the father (or mother, if the
ove father is deceased) of a homesteader
in i   nas permanent residence on  farming
lti"  land owned solely  by  him,  not  toss
an I  than eighty  (80)   acres ln  extent,  ln
but  the 'iclnity of the homestead, or up-
number   of    inferior   grades  ou  a homestead  entered  for  by  him
stinit ���   .ball M _
Uy the   Department    of   the   Interior
which is not executed and dated after
Mails Despatched,
larger than at previous markets,
nips, onions and carrots coming
in large quantities. As stated al
potatoes only fetched $12 a ton,
the .-apply w.as above ihe demand.
stocks of apples were very good.
U fair offering for good stock.
quite a
���'. la,
t.i. \.  R   "Ov
6:30   a.in - \ ,
;he date  of  the  warrant for  the land   Tuesday)  Vi
grant i sued by the Minister of Militia j rau^y*
and Defence In favor of the volunteer
.1. W. OREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands. Ottawa.
^iti September,  1908,
-I (nc|
'���'"<  ]> C. Electr
tiuma.- an i Seat
S.  polnl     ���: ��� am
between New We
Ingdon, it i'.   via i
reached the market, and the fruit  inspector    condemned     several     boxes
where disease was discovered.
In the  Rings.
The three auctioneers, T. .1. Trapp,
.1. Travers and X. S. Ross, had a fair
business, but the horse market remains weak. T. .1. Trapp sold a mare
a- $225, a black mare at fioo, horse,
bugg) and harness at $146, and a ba)
at $97. Cattle sales included an nn
usually good cow at $70, and p
ranging upwards to $l~>.
Official  Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lh.. 8c to 9c, I
forequarters, 5c to 6c*: mutton, prime
dressed, lie: Iamb, prime dressed :
12c; veal, prime dressed, He, large,
o '.-c; hogs, dressed, 8c to 9c; eggs,
retail, per dozen. 45c, wholesale, 40c;
b itter, per lb., 35c io 10c; fowls, per
dozen. $7.00 to $8.50; chickens. $5.00
to   $6.50;    broiler.-.     $4.00     to     $3.l_0;
duck--. $7.."..' to $8.50; apples, per box
75c to $1.25; pears, 90c to $1.00; pota.
oi,..-. ;.--r ton, $12.00; onions, per sack,
*;!."��� 0;  mini; s. 50c; carrots, 75c.
in the vicinity, such homesteader iua+
i perform his own residence duties by
ii Ting with the father (or mother).
(1)    Tne term "vicinity" ln the two
I preceding  paragraphs  is   defined    as
meaning not more iIkui niue miles in
i  direct line, exclusive nf the wfdtb
j of  road   allowances crossed     in     .he
measurement.
(a)    A   homesteadet   Intending     to
lerforni   his   residence   duties   in   accordance with the above while living
ces |
A-iih parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
tie given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. f'ORV.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
X 11.���L'nautnomeij fjblleation f
'his advertisement will not be naif)
tor.
TO SEARCH FOR
RARE CARIBOU BREED
I
Victoria, Oct. 16.���In search of the
Synopsis of  Canadian   Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lands within the railway belt in British Colum-
fabled Rangil'er Dawsonei, the caribou 10la, may be homesteaded by any person
of an undescrlted species,   supposed
to  have   IJie  Queen  Charlotte  islands
as its habitat, Frank Kerraode, curator of Cue provincial museum, and S.
Whittaker, iiis assistant, leave today
for the north. The existence of the
species is based upon the finding of
an antler and skull.
i
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 and perfectly dry.
See them in our window.
W. L SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
i
who is the sole head of a family, or
any male over 18 years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud office for the district. In
which the land is situate. Entry bj
proxy may, however, lie made on cer
tain conditions by the father, mother,
sou, daughter, brother or sister of au
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per
form the conditions conuected there
with under one of the following
plans:
(ll At least s!x montns' residence
upon and cultivation o! the land In
each year  tor three years.
(.2) If tae father (or mother, II On
father is deceased), of the hon.
steader resides upon a farm ia thi
vicinity of the land entered for, :-.
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing witn
the fattier or mother.
Vi)    if the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own-
' ed by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements    as    to residence may be satisfied by    residence
i upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dom-
; inion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
j apply for patent,
eOAL.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental ot $1 per acre.
1 Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one Individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. COKY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
tr       ADVERT'3>;       "��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
U You've  l'*OU.\l.  Anytb'ng.
. ling all
1  WH poiJ
"tmlnster aad Hoi
^^^^^^^^3"' " **outtl' J
C.   P.   It.   "I        3il        :iou,
Mill. .
���i'i.  _raj
8:30
am.    Ill on..    ,i   s. d",.
eluding all L" iaJsjj
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���B      alti0 ' I
Sealed tenders addressed to the un* ster and  Blaine, via C  N, it
derslgned, and endorsed "Tender   tor     Note.���Clovei ., ,ri(,.
Electric Llghl Fixtures, Post Office, | ver Vallej Sun Centre, Elgin, jj
Vancou.er, 11. C," will lie received at via and Kensl&g ... Pralrl Hj|
this office  until 4:30 p.m. on Frida'.   mere   Poi    Kel praJrle
October 23, 1908, for electric light tix- Nloomeki despatchi I latl exceptM
tures at the Post Office, Vancouver.     day;     Clayton,    Monday,   Tuejf
Plans and specifications can be se'-n  Thursday   and    Sa T-nehJ
and forms of tender obtained at   this and Bon Accord, Wednesday ani a
department, and   on   application    tojurday.   These mails are al      .
rha.-. Tossell, Esq., Clerk   of Works, same days as despatched.
Vancouver. 11:00 a.m.���Vam    ���      Victoria
Persons tendering are notified that Central Pari,   via B. C, Electric
tenders will not he consider,.1 unless  way.
made on the printed forms   supplied.!    12:30  p.m.���Straw-berry Hill.
and signed with their   actual   signatures.
Each tend -r must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
berland   tin l   Soutb Westn nstei
cotiriei   iTues 1 ij  an   I i :���.
1:30 p.m    E i I Burnaby, bvconrl
2:00 p m    Burqultlam .-J
2:30    p in   Ladnei    Port C'lidil
the Honorable the Minister of Public | Westham I land and Sunbury, ti
Works, equal to ten per cent tlo p.c.) except Sunday; Woodward, ....���
of the amount of the tender, which Thursdaj and Sa la ria ?*\
will be forfeited if the person tender- Favourite, Capl J, C, Bruce, 'i'A
ing decline to enter into a contract ton mail despatched and elvew
when called uiion to do so, or if he
fail to complete the work contracted
for. lf the tender be not accepted the
cheque  will  be  returned.
The Department does not bind Itself
to ace-pi ihe lowest or any tender,
By Order.
NAP. TESSIER,
sx cretary.
Depai tmeni of Public Works. Otta ' a
111 tuber  2,   1908,
Newspapei a  ��III not   be    paid    I i
this advertisement if  they  Insert    it
without   authority  from  the    Department
TENDERS FOR  DREDGING.
Sealed lender.., addressed ;o the
undersigned and endorsed 'Tender for
Dredging Coal Harbor,'' will be received until Friday, 30th October,
Puis, nt. 1:30 p. tu., tor dredging required iii Coal Harbor, Vancouver,
Province of British Columbia:
Tenders will not be considered unless mad" on the form supplied, and
signed with actual signatured of tenderers.
Specification and form of tender can
he obtained on application ������> ���'���. A.
Keefer, Esq., resident engineer,
New Westminster, 11. C-. and at
the Depart men: of Public Works,
Ottawa. Tenders musl Include tne
towing of the plant to an 1 from the
works. (July dredges can be employed which are registered in Canada at
in,, time of the filing of tenders within
twenty days after the date they have
���en   notified   of    the   acceptance   of
'heir tendei-.
An accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the ll -
oiirabl.   the* Minister of Public Wort*.
Vancouver <
Vancouver an i I' ,     S Iio    |
N. it. north
-l :00���Vancou ���       nd Burnaby I
via B. ���'   Elect Satifj
an extra mall
torla via Vani
Blaine and Se ���>___ i I
3, points ea it and ,: ���Nl
"Flyi :
1:45 p.m l'i.
iii    r Mill    and
Note    Tb '���
mails,  so u
all  points    from
jeast   (including   Lai
. via Port ll m
It.  despatch  on ���������JAer R
points east ol  C       lam e��
��� Meadows, Port Haney, Port Ham!
Webster's     Corm rs,   Mis    i  -1
Agassi/, and   H irrla :
.Mails for Port Mood ;
both via Vancouver and C V R "J
Mails  Received.
6: la a.m.    Blaim     ���     '
eluding all r. S  points, ���'ia&!*a
"Owl."
9:00 to L0:00 i.n     Straw!)
rimberland   and  I '������''���^
by courier (Tm   la     ad rtdayl
3:20  .cm    Vani ��u.     '���** ucwl
via H. C. Electric railway.
via 0. ��
i n:    Vani   uvi r,
a,.-..- ���
���Vhuvav^^m*^' '""
I: :;0^	
ji):nu   to   11:00 a.m
Quli hon. Westham
day
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ward, via sti amer Fav
um despatched aad n
couver.)
l'):-,n I  ll.ui' ^^^^^
Ha irton,  Fra i     ��
lam,
1:00 p.m    Va
and Kris-- Ann. (
1:30 p.m.-East Burnab:
:;;��� P.m.-Burquit.a. '
:30 n.m    Blaine and B
S. point"' ih.pa.iP",
andNBwWe*"*1
(S,    noteabovi
on which the     ma *
rer.eiv ' '
eluding all '
between B
via ti. N. "
days ^^^
patched and
Vancouver vm
tor om-  thousand dollars  ($1,000.0 I.l
must, lie deposited  as  security.   T    [
cheque  will   be  returned   In  on -
non-acceptance of  tender,
Tin- Department does not bind H    if
to accept  tlie lowest or any len Ier,
By order.
NAP,   TESSIER,
P"cretary.
Department of Public Worua,
Ottawa, October '.  n,llS-
Newspapers will  not    be  paid  lo1'
this advertisement  If they insert    lti eluding all t       ' "  . N-,,w W
without  authority   from  the pepart- tween Huntingdon an  ���   __
.   .,  p p  aOaitn
mmit. i ster. via C. r. ���*���*������
Fraser Mil'*-
m
1:4..   p.rn^^^^^
"Flyer "
6:20���Vancou
,,  c, Electric rail**1
I VI
0:30 p.m.���Sumas
illl I
Si :���
ilnta
.llli"^;
also
ci'!
: ster.
'' east and
TAKE
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" SL Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad  in  the   world  that  equal   in   im <--^���imR-iE    1
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil- WHITE   HURa.     (r.in- ,
waukee  A  St.   Paul  Railway.     They   FAIRBANKS.        p���!eng��f��j _
own and operate their own sleeping  Sunday)   carry  a       cnniitc'
and iM-nta- ":ts on alll their trains and  express    and   "*tti W*��"e "Jj
five   >���-. i    .. trons   an   excellence  of  stages **' w   thr0dgh winltr
.ervi..    I-    . btainahle elsewhere. mair-taminK a lv ��     J
il, i. ROWE. Genee.ll Agent.      Fo. ftog����'jS   Traft- "'
134 Third SU. cor A.-W Portland. Or.'     )���  ��   Kl      "
The White M
and Yukon M|
to CONRAD, ����C���k;V_0S * ,-. ROAV.
OCT.
17.  1908.
THE DAI J. V NEWS.
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OO [T SOW���DON'T DEI \ . .
'"'   i    ���  rEr. RitANCH.      F.  B.  LYLE.   IV?gr.
* ���,.., -i i    n Times t_ year
neijiu Youtf
UAUJll YOl'R I
/r_i noi-BB!.Jiit I
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enn .ylvania
tack: mitns
COAL
a.
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN I CO.
<*.  Hardman.    A. James.    J. McClughan
[acturer of
- -'   .tte.
Aerated Water*,,
��� .  y trai..- a specialty. ,
rei. 113. Office   Eight strut*
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
.
act ice  >!
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: ibably too late nov,      ......
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part,       .    Tory offl
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OOKSLEY'S
: Pict
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POST CARDS
'i h        ;. ii .'-.. ' on .::, on '��� .1   of Tn
,,.  .       Th      campaign   -  -OCKED BV 60'000
;ii. ....        ...   stern  Canada   .-   beini
. ,, i:.iii!,- , igor by boi .
parties, mi il it hai il to fls lire " -
more than n 1 orijoral's guai i [or th
: , .- ,-a .. - il '���: the polls hav, ""������ ��** !^ :-' ";'"1 by 'l wire
,. , ; Ever> day makes the proa carrying; 60,000 volts of electricity at
..   fcrlgill       0I   .....  Liberals,   auj   '-*�� "'*> **&&* &** two years ago.
VOLTS,   STILL   LIVES
	
.-   i:u.. Wash., Oct. 16.���While    in
������ -   ol   showing   1  trie:.    how    .a
J,   Harvej   Dennis,  city  claim agent,
came  in  contact  with iht'  same v,ii"-'
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
ncouiagiug 1 eports an   con 1
_r-��. . , __. _���__->�����-1 _r- AJIE NOW  ON BALE  AT in from almost everj  sou:.    The- I.
PLUMBING M   MorEy'S STATIONERY  STORE   oral    tvill certalnlj carry nv seats in   ^""-J   *-etOTe   ttO0n    ^��"i:'>    ilQd
*   " "" ln   wa    ���<   frightfully burned  that  it  is
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Bsccl
J.   G.   GAMON'S  CIGAR   DIVAN,   F.|_Uanitc    .  and   maj   annex    nln
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    an.'; ,..,,,.    This,    with    an
THE FAIR." Columbia   Street.
.    .   he   wlll   lose both legy ���'. elo-.v
b< nnts' arms from : he el*
;...   ::i ful,  53
��5: , .'.; s   Subtv.itted
���     ERS & PRESTON
���.'-, -'-I'L-nr    10!,.
Wl\H WESTMINSTER      ..Westminster.
i. .."*.����� . '    '*._Jif-*%.Eft *l
  WestrttJRSter
���;" * ��� Transfer Co
a Albtrta,   aud   a   awe ;      ..,���''"'"'
lown w�� I adl; bl.; ��� red That
aol in itright Is consider
nf thi   vagaries of el -��� '   '   '���''r-
- i !;.!: ish 1 ...     a rosy pros-1 ���'
1 fi . Sir \\ Ifni   Laurier in w,   I
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EEI FHOT 0? StXIH.
A   .;. ...       1       ���    -     ....   ....   ; -|.- I]
I >*<-���!�� "Old Tory,'      ..      n tb IP  INV ENTOB
ice 'Phone  is**-.      Barn "Phoui   13: ,,..,,,,
. S   BADLY   INJU I
ills, liml
n a ��
--! jT"j- _,-*->, -*>�� IjMfi
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2   ) JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
���    j facl    orio,
Iron   Gates,   i-enccs,   Crest-
Columbia  St, set
ige    : II'    ��� ,    1 "omntly   t<
any  part of tb
Li^hi and Heavy       ingi!
OFFICE���TRAM   D,rP">';
��� I       P$f
UR AND NEW WESTMINSTER
uracturor* and Dealer* l/i  All Kindt nt
th,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
interior Finish,    lurnec. Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
W  MERS ATTENTION!
'ways in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
ings, G.ilcony  Ratings, and
Fire   E->ca;:es.
��� ujmsmnmiiiSgSMi&iW'immS'iHwmL
General Machine Work and w BuTQCiiuS
BLACrt5SV,JTMING \\   ���       �� -_.
Lvery Day
Office and  Works: ���      _t fl M J       !
enth Street,  ���   Mew Westminster|| At  Morey S\
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Worl- Given
399 Sixth Avenue]
New Westminster
_ ���       217 219 Columbia Street
40 piece Ten Sets, Knglish China,   $4.50 to  $20.00.
10 piec-i Toilet Set.-., devwatetl,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW  things  in  Chin*, arr ving
every week now.
Come ami see.
-���    . .   .���    , ite:    ������]     ii 1   . ���    ;:. od. li      lolonel Cod)   the
u     . ;        .���...,. lously ln-
��� - |   - - machine
B *u* al ������'..-,:.'.. Vldei
'"     ���    ���; 'i''" ;    The ."��� : was 1 ��� -
-     ' *a atlve ] , , , ,
' Borden. Beca rhe accident  waj  witn a
,��� , . ���     ..���    leadi       Is   no ���''.., , at-
���  his  patr-   of lta   da      ,       . est.   When C
Fowler,   Fope,   e ���  ���    , he was   itnconsi     . .
���     " ������     ���   ' r   -v-U    Invite    to    hi-sj . ���, h ,s though!  thai he will recover.
.   nan ltko R. P. Roblin.   ::.   TUe c,luse ,0f the accident has not yet
,... i am please I �� Ith the recor !        ,,  ,ji8covei. ,.
i     .; . Laurier feovernmeni as regards j ,	
and desire to see William Lyon
.'..., ii:-.!,- King 'finish his work.'    4.  orient   rate  war
Because of the broad-minded lmperl-l has  now  BEGUN
allsin of sir Wiliriii Laurier, and be- 	
. 1,i-,. l am  proud  us a  Canadian of     San   Francisco, Oct,   16.-The local
the place he "-.-���::;:' s among the   im ���
.... .statesmen."
MOREY'S
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7 Branch, Columbia Si
New Wostaunster  1
W. Ni Draper
B. 'C.   Land
Surveyor
ElUrd Block, Nev/ Westminster, B 0
tWiS'SV^iSM'
W       A'DVKRTIhE
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PO I!     ���'-'."'   'y "J'    '.
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In iii,:  far,- of tli.- progress whicli
been ms ;'' In the wesl u tder Liberal policy, and  which nn Bmonnt of
. ...; 1 -..ii    minimize    or   ex)' iin
away, ;i li  useless   rm-   Conservative
���    '0    ���    ���   ���   :,n- 11 ed of vitalI 1 the 1 Mail 8    '
ch 1 ;���������   itandard of Intelllgem Manil
.���   1. : ���   , ��� . : the To;.. Ki* 1 Kalsh     on
are v      .    . -      .
officials of the Canadian Pacific Railroad company and the agents of   the
m  Vn-. .1  Kaisha steam hip line
are   tcttnj   ;' da t "" advic ���-. recei' ���
],-,.,   bi III ib Columbia that both -
bi gun   an   ini.    u
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PAGE FOUR.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
UHDAY.
OCT.
THE DAILY NEWS
i-uiili.-beil by  the Daily News Pu!>-
i'Sliing   (Conipany,    Limited,   at   their
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front j
iu*et-t_, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.   Paige.
.Managing   Director
<-^lo5I4|rItA.B|_->
SATURDAY,  OCT.  17. 1908.
THE  JARDINE   MEETING.
Last night's splendid meeting ai the
Opera lwuse demonstrated beyond
HiH'-Uion lhat .N'ew Westminster pos-
sesses an iutlligent public, capable oC
clearly understanding th*o Issues of
the ^resent campaign and of exercising a wise discrimination in regard to
these
affecting the interests of the peoplj of
BIG MEETING SHOWS        !
STRENGTH OF LIBERALS
(Continued  from   Page  1.)
.ration deserved great credit for the
way In which they had dealt with thisj
Oriental question^ (Applause.) The
United States government had not
been able ;<> deal ��i'!i the same difficulty in sucii a satisfactory way as
the Dominion government bad done,
and to the latter a mead of credit was
due.   (Applause.)
No Hindus Now,
As tu the Hinaus, these had poured
In last year by the hundred, but there
was nol one landing, either at Vict,>
ria or Vancouver now. This result
was entirely due to, the diplomatic
means which the government had em-
r
HON.  WILLIAM   TEMPLEMAN.
' Who   received   a   hearty   reception   _it
last  night's  mass  meeting.
ployed to  check    the    influx.      (Ap-
There are important subjectra j piause.)
After enlarging upon the  constltu-
Uritish   Columbia,   and   the   constitii- S tional difficulties with which the Ori-
eacy of New Westminster in pamcu-  *-��ta- tl'iestion was beset, Mr, Mclnnes
lar, which cannot be hurriedly passed
over. In a most lucid manner, Mr,
Roiiert Jardine explained his position
"n the principal questions affecting
ut-. lt could not be expected that
every hearer would coincide with the
view taken bj the Liberal candidate,
but the unanimity which prevailed at
the meeting showed that the electorate,as a u!i"l(, endorsed not only tli'
policy and administration  which has
resulted in such a satisfactory tinan-i
i
cial and trade position, but which has
promise Of a continuance of a brilliant
perpetuity.      The  minister  of inland
revenue, Hon. \\
claimed  that Sir Wilfrid  Laurier had
taken a definite stand, while the Con-j
servatives had sat as dumb    as oysters.    After speaWng of the silence
of R, L, Borden uppn the Oriental is-!
sue,  Mr. .Mclnn*'s remarked that the
Ileader of the Conservative party wasi
in receipt of $700Q a year In recognition of his position, and   he   thought
Sir Wilfrid Lauj'ter    might    increase
ibis allowance In  recognition of Mr.
Borden's kind assistance towards   the
Liberal cause.    I Laughter, i  To secure
a  white Canada  was good enough so
far as it went, but they required the
development of British Columbia to
go on, and for this purpose Sir Wilfrid Laurier's go.yerdmenl .should  re-
Templeman,.clearly I celve the whole b,'llrtei1 "uPP��rt of thy
' people of the pi'ovince and the IXim-
un<!  lucidly  placed the governmenl-. on
record us willing to do all that is possible to prevent the influx of the Asiatics. Tli,-re was an absence, of fulsome election promises and the min-
ister wa
nf the ;
willing to rest on the record I
.1
inion. (Heai-. hear.) They might be
sure that the Litieral government
would be disponed to meet the demands of this province for local works
of Improvement In a way that the
Conservatives  never  had    done    and
never  would  do.    This
Ction  of  the Liberal  party  as . aton, the growth of thp citieSi Ul(. m
presaging whal  could  be expected In | crease of business and    the    genera!
would     brin
th
improvement of th.   province.
Concluding Mr. Mclnnes said he believed he was going to he return,.1 Eoi
; Vancouver (applausei   and  hoped    to
the  future.
Mr. Jardine, the  Liberal candidate,
evidently does nol believe  in  bribery
lu   an.,   form,   for  he  religiously  kept L ,. ,       ���
1   \have Mr. Jardine sent  by the  peopli
'dear of promises upon which he had : of New Westminster district to   I
not the  endorsation  of  the   ministry, j hy his side.    Ho    . .      certain    I  ���,
There   was  no   promise of a   double    coul(3 afford mutual help and   mppori
Get the Habit
Latest       |
Arrival     j
in the city���have mu seen It?
If not, look in our windows thi
first lime you are in town. Il
is a beautiful assortment of
Art Earthenware Jardinieres
Vases, Ornaments, etc., and Is
the finest line of the kind evi r
shown in the city.
Our Special tor today Is "Luxemburg" Note Paper���5c quire.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
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ACCOUNTANT ANr,".T^
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Our Mens
Underwear
Men's Underwear is specialized here. The
study of the particular and different requirements of men is well understood and has received our careful attention.
Middleweights up to the severe cold weather Underwear in choice unshrinkable wool and
Cashmere, merino, mercerized cotton, silk and
wool, etc.
Underwear at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 to
$7.00 the Suit.
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Notary   Publi
New   VV;
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Cnn- Block
P-��-B**li
Choice Meats a
Central Meat Mart
Comer. E,ghth St. 8na   ,    ^
PHONfc  Wn
BOWELL 4  ODDY, p
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Night Robes
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Here's to comfortable winter nights for men
and boys!
There's an ocean of peaceful slumber inside
our Night Robes.
We've a fine variety: Muslin, Cheviot, Flannel and Scotch Flannel. Neat patterns in stripes
and plain colors.    Roll collar and military style.
75c, $1.00, $1.25 to $2.50
All our Night Robes are cut full and roomy.
Every man hates a skimpy Night Robe.
The Edison Theatri
Corner Columbl, and Begb,e
������'-���** Clasa Moving !>,,.���,
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day. Wednesda;  and Frida,
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now   read
LATE   WITH   j. a.  LEE
to ami mnce that   he
to   undertake all|
kin la of i
nt  thi .    I
'li:'""'     ���'" Idle-nan'.!
profit
Cos    ...
All ' in.in inb ai  iqs :i 11...
W, J. Sparkman,
Cor. Sixth and Carnarvon Sis,I
will :i. ��������� vltb In ::.. Hate a>-
ten! Ion
.I'.ii.i  Agas3iz   wesl   to Vani ou
ver,   but   He   plain   declaration
each   question   would   receive   '.:'���
tention as nnd -Alien it arosi.
-Mr.  W. W,  ii.  Mclnnes  I io
i each other aad    bus  obtain    ������,|
��� things whii h
��� i  -
" tive    constituencies      r ���-; lirsd.        ��� \  . '.���������' c.) .m^^t
**t-  The speaker resumed  his  seal     imld \%yfi
hearty applausi        i the proceed!        ���*��� -*
,.   closed with cheers fo    I  ���������   I .lai-.Iin .1
REID & CO.,
The
Clothiers
Phone  442
Successors   to   H. L. DeBeck
J
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question;
of   pu! lie   polii
which   afleel   this
minion and deal
iroad lines of a
31 ction "1 the 1.0-
wlth them upon the
statesman having In
W.  W. H. Mclnnes     uni   Sir Wllfrl ;
1 l.iiin-ier.    ,
���     '    ':;-'   In,:"-.; il   standpoints    . im
which   the   Bnternational     difficulties
��� ���  .  ..������ ri -1; |i .1
11 'he im ding was au augur* of the
mighty   endorsation     which   possesea
the electorate nl] over thi
then the elei tion of Mr
llill"       I- ���a.     ,        L   _ __    .
HOUSE DESIKIirti) lit'       M
mu wmm fiie'&j
B
A   flre  which caused    consldera ic U/
damage broke out in the early   hours
r land. I of tlii_s morning at  1!T Second  sirett,
Kobert Jar-   th an unoccupied dwelilng house be-
_.!
I Choice m All Lines of Footwear gj
Tenders Wanted
s'.':'- : - .':,! sepati 1
marked    Tenders for Brldgi   ... j
receh ��� d I
p.m.  of  N'ovem ier 1
following:
i.    To . J
build ib" ibstrui 1 ot a 'nil
across the N'orth Arm 0: the Fi
river .11 the site ol ��� pn seal i
island brldg city,
2.   To put
super trucl ���       ild   bridge.
:|
by iii-   1":.
Plans and
11  th   offlci   "     ie City I   .
A    1:1.        ' ���
.   Dolla
tender
The lovi est 0 '
\\     \   !d.MAN'
' I
Hal ter. Od
'.
m at Prices That Defy Competition |
is assured   beyond  question,
SHOE  OPERATIVES
���VIN   THEIR  FiGHT
l-yiiii. Mass., Oct. 16.���After announcing thai they would flghi the
striking shoe workers to the bitter
end ���  '������"'��� than arbitrate the mana
,;'! -;   "   :!;i' Jo ",'h Gaunt Shoe com
:'*'*''       liitulated i )J:i..  and consent a
'��� ' ������    '������ Ir differences    1 1    im-
���.,  ,1   result   20    widely noticed
longing to iv .!. Whejan, who is away
from the city. The whol,. of tli" Inside fittings were destroyed and the
roof burned out, leaving onl.*. a shell
: imalnlng. Chief Watson and the
spare men from N'o; l hall joined No.
2 hall, nnd spent considerable time in
.. astering the flames. Tlu- flre Is apparently one of incendiary o;-i��in. The
alarm was received from alarm box
���_'!. mid two deliveries were soon at
work.' P. S. Gelser an'l Officer Johnson attended, the blaze being very
Owing to the  ibsence
Ketiirnin
1.111
who have been on strike will flf th'' owner' ���' I3 not known to what
''  theii     places    tomorrow.  ''x,''m th'' property was Insured.
;   :" Is bell ive I,  wil! 101-;
> xamp ..   ol   the  G mn!    :om
-':..
low    f]
nam.
During yesterda 5 the -brigade was
called    to   a
Barnes, Ninth
cliimn--..   fire al    Mrs
. tr
CELEBRATE   ESCAPE
OF   IMPRISONED
INERS
Vi. nna,   Oct.   16.    De . atche
ihe. Koenigs mine In the provin ���    nl
Slleslp  saj  thai   three    bodies
taken from the working . to la      I
of 1 if.' miners, who were given up a
dead  for many    hours,    mad ���    thel
���   i'i' through another shafl and the
town which was a scene of wild distress   an 1   ii 11 i"i   yesterday,   Is .iii1- ���
with   celebration   and    merry-making
WHEN  GOING EAST
.SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVEP
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
'. Trains Everv uav 10 the Ye_:
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  Ui*
.(_, _
i- A M L
todaj i.-.i the 1 scape of the men who  THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD
[irai 11, all) rani., up from 1 he di a:
their families.
ftORSE *%. CO.
Telephone 334. P. O.  Box 356
Accountants,  Auditors &  Assignees.
Books kept and  written up.    State-   ca*.*. riclining chair' cars  (seats  free),
Embodies the newest and best idea;
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity an! ��as; the mos'
brilliantly illuminated rr.-iin in th.
world. The equipment consists ol
private compartment cars, standan
t6  section  sleepers, luxurious  dinink
ments ol accounts made out. Stock
sheets listed and checked. Trading
and profit and loss accounts made up.
Books balanced, Accounts collected.
Balance sheets prepared.
Begbie St., New Westminster.
modem   day   couches   and   buffet,   li
brarv  and  smoking tars.
For Time  T.ibies,   [''older.. or  anj
further information call on or writ.
F. VV. PARKER,
1 to Second Av.t__. Seattle. W����"
Lower Fraser Rivii
Freight and Passenger Service per
SS* "Favorite
Can;.Ui'.   freight and pa - WH
all points between New Wes
and Westham Island.
Leaves Bra kman-Ker's     '-:-all
at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, at JM
additional trip on 11
j a.in. .
Westham I'""'
i it
lead
leave
laily, except Fridays
additional trip on Saturda; ,
tt 5:30 p.m.
Calling    at
rhursdays and Saturdays
Tlcke1      ,   ... ..���  on ���I"'1 rt
on Saturda  :  ",lv-
_THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
cod
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us    menus    a   a-*'1-"-" T|
tomer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on wort   I   ';   !/
on a: - '  ''������'"���' 	
Jackson X Morris*
;,inlv h^9
��   WANT HELP-       ' 17.   1903.
THE  DAILY  NEWS,
_-*AGE five.
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The Lash Stores I. H. SMITH Tlie Cash Stores |s      ~
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DEMONSTRATION
OF VALUES-Read
Women's Underskirts
at Less Than Half Price
$1.50 and $1.75 Values for 75c
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iN E WS *!. Dressers and Stands I
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,  i of managers '    On  Mi evening
D hospital will; Hnd MethodUit church
at    the  West
the    Epworth
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.���., ,: purchase of Moreen     Underskirts,    colors    black,
..   Pastille, Copenhagen, mauve, brown, etc.   Nice full
mvj    ' "��� -
pleated flounce and dust frill.
but in order to concentrate
A splendid regular line at $1.50,
ocal   Interest,     in   our  undoubted
value
���ve will --'" these dainty skirts for tha extremely mod-
,75c
A Stirring Special in
Women's Underwear
40c  Women's Undervests for 25c
i and wool mixture,  nice  strong,  warm  quality,  in
, in extra large size.    Regular    40c;    now   going
 25c
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40c  Women's Drawers for 25c
a ii celebrated  hygienic   make,   plain  nnd   ribbed.
toi
,25c
$10 Women's Coats for $5
r ..    ,;.. of these garments will continue until the end of
Come and see    thi.-    marvel  ms    aggregation    ol
��� ,   .. coats at half price.
Wonderful Bargains in
the Staple Department
Brunette Sawmill
con v". W. & V. and Great
Nor! icri va I    been  set     for
Oci   ::"
Cleai   Havana  cigars of    exclusive
merit���the  "Brlllante,"  made  by  the
: B, C   Cigar factory. **
|, Men an : at the I!- '-'��� *-������ R*
wharf unloading the steel rails for rhe
Westminsti Cloverdali car line. Over
2000 tons li ive to be received here for
dist: Ibut "ii along tht.- grade.
For cut Bowers tor any floral work,
ring up T I , ihe florist.   Phone 184. *
A   : .:.... -    horse on    First    street
;. ,,._ erday  after
noon causi     much alarm anion
i ..   iren oi  the residen
- i , ::i.    quiete !.
For    sale���Seven    roomed     house,
bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   wood*
'sued;     hor.-'-   stall,  carriage   house;
fruit trees; on full lot.    For further
192 Eighth
league . : give a reception to the
Epworth ��� igue of lhe Sapperton
Mjethodiai     lurch.
There will be .mothi-r meeting oi
the police commissioners this afternoon. The party which claims thai
the authorities are lax in d laling
with ih" social evil have asked I). 1).
Bourke to support their cause at the
forthcoming mayorallty election, but
it Is understood without success.
T BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C
Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
*** ______ _a _.____,_ ���_._._.���_._���-.-a. _a_a_a _a_aa_r
Thirty-two entries have been re-]"
ceived for Chapman's billiard tourna- ****"*
ment, which starts on Monday. The
drawing for the first two rounds will
takt- place at half-past nine o'clock
this evening. .J. R, Reid, being considered the best billiard player in this
vcity. has the distinction of being on
the scratch.
Gordon's Dry Goods House
the
,ut  lie was
DELEGATE TO TRADES
G0W. MAKES REPORT
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'particulars apply to owne
; street.
.1   .i. k. de Knevett, a resident   of
' Brussels, ami    formerly    residing   In
Westminster,    sends    May"-    Keary
'Ithree old pictures of the city and the
Praser valley.
I
.   .      ..i.ces of fancy   Bloiislng  Flannelettes  at
ofl     Regular 15c and 20c flannelettes for  	
In ;���..-..   -pots, checks, etc.,  also In stripe  aud plain
and cream     Regular 15c and  20c;   now going for  	
nn
per
. .10c
white
,. 10c
R.  A. Stoney Explains the  Business at
Halifax ���Organizer Pettipiece Paid
Tribute  to  Local  Unions.
$1.50 Bed Spreads for $1.00
Id l'i i white fringed -.md hemmed honeycomb, also in many
Phis Is one ofthe biggest offerings we have ever made
reads,   Regular $1,50 quallt> for      $1.00
1000   Yards  of  White 72 and 80 inch Plain
Sheeting for 25c a yard
.,  .. c and 40c quality In 72 and 80 Inch widths, soft.
���ached  Imported  sheeting, now going for, per yd..25c
30c Unbleached Turkish
Towels for 35c a pair
and  Bomi   t. th red
. ir 50c ji ���     i . pair  35c
Women's and Boys'
WorstedHosiery at 25c pr.
* J For first class cut Bowers pot plants
* ��� or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
v* florists. Tel. B 208. ���*
. <* .!. .1. Randolph, secretary, has been
,* v appointed to represent Xesi So. 29,
*-Q Brotherhood of Owls, at the grand
.*.. O conclave at Seattle next week, and A.
?5 ��������� Peters as alternate falling that he
. X can attend.
*. O All Columbia phonograph disc rec-
"9* ords in stock now selling at 50c each,
�� S> J. ll   Todd's music house.                **
* * The regulai month!-, meeting of the
i ��� Women's auxiliary of the Royal Col-
i * imblan  hospital will be in.Id Monday
,' '*   r., ��� ii   ai   .   ,     qc.k, in   th ��� board
���*:Q "i Tad.   room    All mem i
i * qui   ted to         iresent.
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The monthlj  meeting of the trades
and la or council was held last evening,    .1. .1. Randolph    in    the    chair.
There was a good attendance, and   a
numbi-r of  matters were dealt   with.;
The principal business was to receive
a  well written, concise report on the
trades  congress al   Halifax  from  the
delegate,  R.  A.  S.oney.    The    many
activities of rh<- executive were dealt
with In an exhaustive report to congress,  and   much   attention   given   io:
the long discussion on  ths  Salvation
Army  and  immigration     from    Great
Britain    The argument for restriction,
read by VV. R. Trotter, and in defence |
of  the  Army    by    Col,    Lamb,    Col.
Howell and Adj. Jennings,  was  read.]
Mr.   Trotter   was   unsparing   In   his;
criticism of the recruiting methods of |
the  Aiin>.    M
he was elei ted a membe oi the audit
commit!--- The receipts had risen
from $011 to $S906. Then are now
117 unions with a membership of
erious i -l .131  affiliated,  paying  a  per capita
���
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
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High  Class Millinery
THE FASHION CENTRE
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Stoney reported that  ���
tire re*
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the first tim   sine- his serious i ;-.-�� .=*������' ��� >.*"--���>��� i"*.---* - >���   - * -    it
W   ,.;   vanstone  wis able  to   tax of $357_..5 to, th,   i ingress. Forty X
meml ers    wi re    aftiliated i �����
li -a. ��� his room yesterday afternoon,
.lthough Bteadlly progressing towards
very,  he  will  not be  able to at-
regular 33c woan
sale this week for,
and boys'
pair ���
heavy worsted  hosi
25c
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
...     i ten i to buslnes tor at least a month.
. ��� Tlie   Badminton   club    has   started
+ playing al  the Armouries.   The prac-
��� ^ tlpe days are Tuesdays, Thursdays
�� Q and Saturdays    from    three    to   six
��� o o'clock. All players wishing to join
|n will please communicate with g.
'���j*\ Bruce  Corbould.  secretary-treasurer.
��� ���      All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old j
-__x|Sport"     cigars.      The     old
and    members    were    aumai-u,. .
��� Benting 628 unions | ���
.lolin (I. O'Donoughue, parliamentarj   ��
srolicltor  for  the congress, had given J
a report on matters   of   interest   to j ���
organized workers.    The   represents-  ���
tlve's  impressions of .1.  Keir Hardie, |Z
M.P., were most    favorable,    and    u'J
resolution with reference to organiza- ���
Tion moved by him  was deali    with. I ���
Kntertainments as well    as    liusiness'.J
were the order of the day. T
Western  Organizer Pettipiece    had . ���
reliable! described New  Westminster as havin::,*
���*!t_ie liveliest bu.ieli of trades unionists I 5
The Public Supply Store Offers to |
the General Public ���
A FREE DEMONSTRATION \
~���"-   -     rr____rr: ��� ���
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.
^*0*'0*D*0<J*0*0*0*0*0*0   0*O*O*O*O*O*<X>*O*V*O*O*K>*6 brands. j"-^  c.nwUl     Nvhich.    while    onl>
                                      i '    A sman are broke oui in J. Nelson's| affiliated four months hrad a M*&��
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B. C.
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:*0*<X*C*C*O*C*O*O 0^^^)^^>^X^-*K)^^0^  ^"^n'^P ^   "rviCe,  of   thejsonal   mention    of    th
9 Ifl,!   brirade being called upon.   Both street Railwaymen's union as    being
" L body of staunch trades unionists and
Begbie street yes- j a, the convention.    He also made p?r-   q^q^q^q^q^q^qq^q^q^q^q^o^ 0*K)*alO*O*0*0-��C040*Cl*0*0#0*p
\\ t'sriiiinsi*.'*   -^ cj
Crab Apples $1.25 per box
First class Apples,
King and Northern Spies,
$1.25 and $1.50 per box
PHONES 193 and 443
C. A. Welsh
giniv brigade I elng
��� ' halls responded,
C 	
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t Hot Water
always ready to assist  In
nossible the cause of   labor.
any
ws.y
either
financially or otherwise.
The   People'a
Grocer
p*--* ��� ���a_*o*oo*o*o*o*o��o*o o*o*j*-j*o*o*oo*o*o*o*o*o*6
I Bottles
�� Fountain Syringes
Combinations of both.
County  Court Chambers. tQ
County court    chambers   yesterday x
before  His   Honor Judge Grant: !^
John  It.   Wren vs.  Mission    munlcl* #
palityi
��� il.
24.
Application  to  Bx costs    ol
Adjourned till Saturday, Oct,
Adam  S. Johnston on behalf of
'A.   Norman   Bole.   K.C..   for  plaintiff;
A   Whealler for defendant,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       V. ren Bros. v.-. Mission munieipnli:> :
Attachments   Separate. Circumstances und counsel as above.
o
b
0 The Highest
ia Quality
The Lowest I
in Price
Ladies' Blouses
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    Bartlett   vs.   Tateishi:     .\ppiic:uioii
>  : ro set aside judgment, to stand over
still next court day.    Adam S. John-
Direct trom the factory.    Rubber to ston for W. Norman Bole. K.C.; J. R,
eood im"-*11 be fresh.    We guaran-  Grant for defendant. 1^
l.aking vs. l.eduke: New trial fixed O
for same. date. W. G. McQuarrie tor o
plaintiff; W. H. D. Ladner for de* ^
fendant,
���
o
s
o
s
tee  the e  goods and   will  gladly    re-
any found to be    faulty.    Two
l.lai'e
equart, four quart, '�� white
Tl
"���-'   designs   made   In   Cashmere.
���:'-.   In   prices fron]   	
Alpaca,   Flannel.
 $1.00   up.
. ���
reai
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DRESSY BLOUSES
in Lace, Net, Taffeta, Japanes.
Taffeta, eic.
. . . . $3.00 up
liii.ut. thr4	
and  red.
For  the dull,  long  winter evenings
you maj need glasses. We can give
L*ou better service in this line than
1 others.
A- I- BIRTCH, 275 Columbia Street
THE WHITE HOUSE
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o
Other agents who cannot meet my rates for insurance will t'-l!
you that the quality of the insurance my companies give yon Is
not as good, but 1 can prove it is the best, and challenge any oi
them to prove a single instance where they have not i aid their
losses with promptness equal to any. Investigate for yourself
before placing your Insurance, and if it is a question of value
for vour money I am satisfied you will place it with nie.
���
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ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
/CURTIS'
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Detachment  Orders.
A and B companies. Sixth D. C. 0.
It., detachment orders, Oct.  16.  1908:
(1) All rifles (complete), belts
side-arms, and great coats must be re- *
turned to stores Immediately for Beml-'li
annual inspection by I). O. C, M. D. 2
Armouries will 9 open every eveii!:i.. , O
except Saturday. ,0 !��
(2) A andIB companies will P"^!^^)#0#o#o#0O#o#o#o#o#o#o c^O*0^0^^0*��0*0^0*0^.
for    drill    at    the    Armouric.-.    eveiy   w-Fi-rrw^*  _^.^_________��___
Thursday evening at 8 p.m., until fur-   ~~-~
ther orders.
(Signed)    W. A.  JOHNSON, Capt.,
��� Commanding Detchment
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
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THE   DATI V   NEWS.
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ONTARIO AND QUEBEC NOMINATIONS
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RVICES
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servic     at their hall on Elj h
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ir   I i:   i olumn must
le honi il to, this offic
ays.    The omissio ��� t*       Sunday noon p   3 o'clock, j J
notice  from  ihis col i        md at 7:30 p.m., also o ���     J
The Fraser Valley N
have for the coming season i   very comyli I
no i w 1 as been turn   I  Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock.
in. or other re.; i
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NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, bul    I in your orchai
SALVATIO:       R  : ���'     ' *     HOME NURSERY   ��� i re nol   both   i I
1 *     ,   . ;��� ��� A -,'     well ii mated tn        We have ovei
Sunday i 7 am *\*       in handle your ord '��� r what the    lne
I drill; 10 a.       '��� choo a.m    t-    agent ln your loca us at Burna  ���-   I
Sunday,   October   18,
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R. ,1, Gibson  	
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I.loyd Harris	
Hon   i,.  P   i Irah nu
' lohn  Tolmie   	
P.   II.   .IcKi nzie   . ��� ���
J. E, Caldwell 	
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��� W. R. Smyth.
A   !���:. Boyce.
. J. p Nunan.
.*W. I-'. Cockshutt.
��� ��� John Webster.
��� Alex. McNeill.
��� ��� .1. .1. i lonnelly.
*!!iin. it. L. Borden.
��� ���John  Barr.
W. '('.   I.a..'.-.ci   *A, Broder.
Durham  '.    D. I'.. Simpson
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W.  W. Rutherford
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��� ���David Marshall.
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D. E, Fleming.
Darius V.
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Rev.  J.  S.  Henderson,    pastor,    Si r-
.:  ;i :n. in, .    7    p.m.    Sabbath
...   and Bible class 2:30 p.m,
I \;i sui jei ts receive I I
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WKST END METHODIST���Rev. V.
A Magee, pastor. Service at ll a.m.
an i . p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sum! j school ul 2:30 p.m; Epworth
I., ague Monday at S p.m.; prayei
meeting W 'dnesday at 8 p. m, A. H.
i Hi -. of the International Sunday
.. ���: i! i sociation ��ill speak in the
morning. The pastoi will preach In
Lhe evi ning,
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH,
Sap] . Kev. !���: G, Thomp ion, M.
.'.., pastor, Public worship, morning,
11 a.m, i enlng, 7 p.m. Sabbath
sc " ni Bible cl iss 2: 10 p.m.
Prayei : i etins V dnesda ��� evening
ii*   " V. P,  .'   C  E, Mon . j   at 5
p, ei
i   ,.
.    S   ��� i u,\  ME'J HOI Rev.
1..   j :   '.       pastor    Si iiii
" :  7   p.m.
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*D, A. Gordon ���
A. It. McCol*-  	
���Hon. M. Mait ;> ..
c. O,  Fairbanks   ���
"!-'.   F.   Pardee
���'!'. li. Caldwell . ..
Cl     I-'.    Melsim    . . .
W, C, Fredi nbnrg
F. S Wartman .
W   l>. Woodruff .
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��� \\    B, N'H'ibiip.
��� ��� K  Gu    I'm ter.
Tiiiiii'i , Chisholm.
��� ��� John S lermltt.
��� ��� '������:   N.  Lewis. ���
��� Di   Stewart.
���II   S. Clements.
��� Dr   .   C. Ross.
.1,  E.  Armstrong,
��� ��� b'.  1*.   Lesuer.
��� W. Thorburn.
������Hon. .1. G. Haggart.
George Taylor.
Uriah Wilson,
��� ''���'������ a. Lancaster.
S.S.   RAMONA.
CAPTAIN   130NSER.
. W. McUandles i  (l/abor)    Wajor Bi attte,
..''.  A.   Routledge         'Peter El on
.. \1 *:   Smith      I   Doyle
��� *VV. ;���'   Calveri      Rol i v.   \\ Laughlin.
��� \;,"n.. ison    ' [111
��� *C    .    Vii Coll           (..,,,'.   I,, ��� ion.
.    11.  I     !''  il) ���    Alex. .\]  Coll.
WEST   PRESIA' PERIAN  I HURCH.
Rev,   T.   Wn il av    I a . lor,   ,\i A.,   I'll.
D., minister.   . . ,.���  ; \ ;,   m  ;ltl(!
1 7   |>.  in.    Sum i.    choo]  al   .. ::ii  p m.
Morning subject:   "Unconseiou    Bless*
ledness."    Eveniiig    iibject:    I'nliellef
' iiinl   Cl'edtllilj
COLLINGWOOD      METHODIST ���
'Services ;.i ii u.m, and 7:3��p.m��� Sunda) Bchool al in ii.in.   Epwo iii [jeagne
: Tuesday   8 *p m,    liHihn.ii y,\    9ChooI
. house: Service al 2 p m. ami   Sunday
school al :; p.m,   I:. , \v   Ew      J mi b,
(pastor.)
(Ne suliiei li   ���. i .���; .,  i ,
Bl    .NARY SION    i .- :
W. v
Regular sailings  between
.. , - ; MIN .   ���   '   and   CHILLI
WACK,
���:     ii   |-la  in     d.  Haney, Lai
on and v        orts, with pas
���si nj ers  aud   fn   ;b
Leaves    Brad man _    Ker
.'-.'i.v   Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and   SaturcJ,'/  . !   is a   in
Leave.-   Chilliwack   Wednesday,   Fri
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For ral es and pai t Iculai -    ippl
���
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT   CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
R,   WIIITMOltF. Secretary.
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Two   dear*   from   G_j.   Adams,   Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watcnes  rrom 112.75 up. i
Gentlemen's   silver   Watch*"*    open i
face. $6.00. *
Gentlemen's silver  Watches,   double J
��ise, $7.50 up. ���
Agent for the celebrated South Bend J
Watches, supplied   to    the    ^VeDinan ���
I <_.-rt!c Expedition.    Ml warranted. J
r'hai'i.;,   Ring .   ;'    ��� ���   -. etc.. etc. <> ,
Watch   n ��� reaoou J? ���
We   are   now   booking   p; '���'
Christma.-; Cards.    Printed Gre< '������'���
with your ov/n name.
A beautiful line of samples can
he .teen  now   to   select   froir..
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THE DAILY :*,! w S
PAGE ���-������ VV.S
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   FOR
THE DOMINION  cLEC"
JN
ALL
r<2*s
Libera
Rally!
������   -  T ..;
Of ���!.  H .rthwaite :
'''��� It)  In the   provincial
1 ecelved
-s;" ind ii   now appears
us II ' ni;     leader Is  really in
earn.- .-  fight     for    Domini m
honors.
It wa     ���   orted   : he  loca    mi i
had i   several   days ago,
Buch - i the case, us The Hera
announced in Tuesday's Issue, but the
! road is now clear for the battle ol
the iiii.!.,;-, and Oct. 26 will tell who
is to repr ent this distrlcl at Ot
tawa. ���
DOS TO BE REMOVED
TISH COLUMBIA
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and  Lord Strathcona  Arrange  for
Entire   Colony   to  be   Sent  to  British
Honduras
Vancou. ���J. B. Harkin,of,,by Sir Wilfrid and  will leave tomor-
the  departmenl    i!   the  Interior, an-kow    with two  Hlndu delegates    to
oounced   yo3terda:   evening  tbat   ihe
governmenl     .. |   solved   iin-     Hindu <
tails of the colony in  Central  Amer:-
British  Honduras  lo arrange  tae de-
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
for Sale -:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
Mr. W. W. B. Mclnnes
AND
Mr. Robert Jardine
will address the Electors of South
Vancouver and Burnaby
in the
Agricultural Hall,
CENTRAL PARK,
i
Monday, Oct. 19th,
at 8 p. m.
WANTED��� Young girl to mind child
ren.   Apply A. M., Xews office.
FOR  SALE-
iiuee terms
Piano:
.!. I!.
part   cash,   nal
Daily New 5,
WANTED���A coupl'- to share home
with lady; terms moderate. Address Mrs.  ij., Britcola P. 0.
question  bo  far as  the province    of
British  Columbia  ls  concerned.    Thelca-    Th�� Hindus are anxious to niov-
entire   Hindu  colony,    consisting    of and the Imperial government will as-
over   two  thousand   [g  to be  moved j sist in the cost of transporting them
from British Columbia to British Hon- j to their new home
r  duras. Scores of members of the Hindu col-
The plan is be-in.; carried out as a , ony here are not only out of work,
result of negotiations which'have been but are actually starving. Much suf-
carried on between Sir Wilfrid Lau- , ferlng will result tliis winter if thej
tier,  Lord  Strathcona, the  Canadian are not moved.
high commissioner in Londan, and thel    The present plan is to charter two
governor of  British   Honduras.    The  ships to carry  them to  Panama  and
I latter   was   In   London   recently  and  send  them across the isthmus, thence
personally talked over the details of [to  their destination  where they  will
| the   scheme   with   Lord   Strathcona.      be  employed   building     railways     ic
Mr.   Harkin   wus   sent  from  Ottawa   British   Honduras.
FOR SALE���Five acre lot, cheap for
cash, Brownsville; close in. Apply "M," Daily   News.
TO RENT���Two furnished front b( l-
rooin. Apply Arrow Press, back of
Windsor Hotel, or 2.7 Victoria St.,
near Library.
WANTED���Girl
work.    Apply
for   general    house-
;TT Queen'3 avenue.
COLLEGE STUDENTS
KNOW EACH OTHER
Interest   in   Basketball   Is
Keen
i   for Season.
TO LET���Two furnished rooms.
ply .!.. this office.
Ap-
WANTED���Experienced clerk in cigar
and tobacco -usiness. Apply Box
704, City.
WANTED
Jones.
-A   nurse   girl.   Mrs.   Dr.
Everybody welcome.
Unadian Pacific Railway Co. '���
trltuh Co:j".-.b'j   Coas.   _ir.��
Service-
TIME TABLE
|*',C0UVER    VICTORIA    SC.'.TTLE
ROUTE.
I Prince- _- Victoria  leaves Vancouver
I le      i ..ei pt Sunda;
VANSOUVER-V'CTORIA  ROUTE.
Princess Victoria  leaves Vancouvei
V ; ���  3 indaj   at  l'i  p.m.
Stt&aier Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
princess Royal at 0 a.m. daily expi' T lesdav.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leave- Vancouver 2nd and 16th of
evi I.-   month al *i p.m.
UP  RIV Kit
| Beaver���
From   New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday.
ind Saturday.
TO RENT���Delta farm, 220 acres, all
cultivated and underdralned. good
house, barns and buildings; spring
water piped on to property; shipping facilities Liy water and rail;
church and school close; produced
$5000 this year; 5-year lease to
right party. White, Shiles & Co.,
New  Westminster.
LOST���Lady's English .open face 1S-
carat gold watch. Finder please return to -I. Bell, World office.
TO LET���Housekeeping
ished or unfurnished.
room with fine view.
Ninth  street,  city.
rooms   fura-
also   sii-gle
Apply   123
FOR SALE���Light pony cart, iu good
condition: or exchange, for buggy.
.Morley, Vancouver road. East Burnaby.
VANCOUVER- SEATTLE  ROUTE
S.tM|..; ,M   u,,.;,,]   leaves     9
n- '"*���       ���   ��� ���  Tuesday for Seat-
For   reservations   and   -niormatloD
a I! or address
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
-.���st. Qen.
('. B. FOSTER.
Pass. Ageut, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General 8uperlDt��ndeut Victoria
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Om
.' b Vancouver 3 a.m
i torla.
v-.$TMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
Ss ,1 leave Victoria ta--
r" '���������-'"��� aster everj Tuesday and
���* ness otters.
Leaves N'ew Westminster on W��d-
'':'"   ' lay,
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Teei
^ave!;    orial] p.m. Ut, 7th, 14th
���"--"'���ii ol i , i month for Clayoauot,
'"Quito Han ,i and way ports; 7th
Q^h i.ie:,;i, f���r Qll.,lt!;!no ,ulli way
Pr*S; -""th ��� ach month Tor Ahcuset,
F-tstno, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANC0UV = K-MANAIMO   ROUTE.
. S. S. Jnan
wav.?, Vai
,oaves  Nanaimo  at
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of j
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls. I
For Tim*-* Tables, etc,   adilress
GEO. W. VAuX, WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
Assistant Gen'l Palsengsr mt Ticket     ���������.  must */   moderate;    near
Apent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, HI. bridge preferred.    Apply Post Office
ihe set will be played in the gymna-
sium, beginning at 8 o'clock sharp.
Tlie captains of the various teams
have all been chosen and are: Faculty. Prof. Clark; First year arts, Harold Betts;  Matriculation, Gordon Cam-
, eron;   Intermediate,   Harry   Drainey;
| Science.   W.   Cameron;     Commercial,
Schedule Of Games, Haivev Twnbull;  Theological, Henry
Wilson.
The students at Columbian college
are taking a great deal of interest in
the Rugby team that will represent
Vancouver against Stanford university
this fall, as it will include a student
of the college, C. F. Watson, who will
play full-back. Mr, Watson was captain of the college  Rugby team  last
A pleasant time was spent at Columbian college yesterday evening
when the faculty gave iheir annual reception to the resident
students, in  the  form  of a  banquet.
No outsiders were allowed, and mem-; **ear' and also l*la>'ed tor the <-lt*v team
in several games.    He is well known
throughout the lower mainland as an
enthusiastic  champion of the  game.
bers of the faculty fairly overworked
themselves in making fellow-students
of a months Btanding formally acquainted with one another.
This afternoon the intermediate I
soccer team will journey to Vancou-1
ver to play the Grandview team. The!
The Y. M. C. A., which the college
is conducting in the gymnasium in
the evenings for young men who are
not students, is also greatly taken
with basketball,   and     has  formed   a
college representatives will be chosen J league ou much th(, same pUme ��� the
from  the following:    W. K. Burns, A.
house league of the college.
On account of a social at Queen's
Avenue Methodist church next Friday
��� vening, the concert which the Literary society had proposed for that
evening has been postpone?" another
week.
FOR SALE���House, stable and two
lote, cleared and fenced. Second
street and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
E.     Etherington.     ,1.    Houle,     Boak,
Thompson,   w.   Mowat,    G,   Latimer,)
Armstrong. Fakely, Wells, Fitzgerald.;
J. Drainey. H. Betts nnd N. C. Kenny.
The   interest   in basketball   at   the
school is increasing all the rime, and :
the game is the rage ai present    iuej
schedule   for   the  leagu"     which  has i	
been   formed   within  the school    had  ��� nu^f-iiv   IfT   ULCTUIPTC
been drafted aid is at follows LLMItUA  All   HtOlttlllO
JU ��XT�����''"'!     ORIENTAL IMMIGRATION
Oct. in���Theological    vs.    Interme- i 	
Science vs. Matriculation.
First year arts vs. Faculty
Commercial   vs.   Theologi-
diates.
Oct. 21-
Oci. 24-
Oct. 24-
cal.
Oct. 2ti���Intermediates   vs.   Science
Oct. 28-���Matriculation   vs.   Faculty
Nov. 2���Theological vs.  Science.
Nov. 4-���First year arts vs. Cummer-
cial.
11���First  year arts  vs. Theo-
Box 732.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &.c
I^Trinc sending n nUctch and description mW
onlckly iu>ror"��in our opinion tree wl;"tli -r .*m
KrSnflon is p."ObaWj*^P_'&l&_.P>u,Bu..n"0f-
_"m����trWtlroonOdontfS. HANDBOOK onPnwnti
PotattW t-ilvcn tlir..u_.*h Munn & Co. receive
ly.imin. _(<*f, wltboat tibarjro, lutho
sci-wiiK.-  ;
A band, omolj Ulu.tr it .J wi-e-ily. bimateUs
Sii��ti..n '.r *nr eotentlfloioamATermjtm
CaiimIn.*���;"' �� >**���*��*'���poetess prepaid, -eld by
��') nomdealvf.
MUf_NRCo^l3^'N*wYorK
Bn.ui.li ooico. sa K ��.. Weehtngton, IX. C.
mmi
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STE! AM SKIPS
~I
BOOKING TO   .-XNO   FROM   ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Empress of Britain, Oci. 30,
Empress ol  Ireland,  Nov.   i::.
For   otlicr   Ca'ies  and   particulars,
apply to
j VBSTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O j
box 807. Can supply you with all I
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street weet, Phone A 2750. Vancou-
ver, B. C.
ED.
GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
"" ive; 1:30  p-m. daily,
?"" Sunda
' a. m,
I    C'��RIA..\A,\AIMO,   .    NANAIMO-
WMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S'S. City of Nanaimo.
aves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.: ur-
J Nan-"lmo 4 p.m.
HnC"     alrao Salll"luy - "*
S.S.
Uilv
The presenl   management   of the
Hotel Butler Annex
and  .Marion
Street,
Ves Vlctot-.a 9 p, m.
;
l p. in,
|RlvERS
���lueen Citj
Sunday
leavvs   Vancouver
INLET
���n rives   .Nanaimo   11
VAN ANDA, LUND,
F-TC.
i^vi.,t^ueenCit>''
day, fr(n_ ,,    8 P-m. every Wednes-
*��K -lav"1, Van,'��--ver 10 a
"��� 'or abov
K.ti,
Points
lay
^fuing
m.  follow-
e  aud intermediate
rniujr t0 Vancouver Sun-
Vlctoria    Monday
Ul '-'"lysmita.
���������ternoon;
Fourth   Avenue
SEATTLE
Washington,   wishes   to   announce that  UNIFORM  REASONABLE
RATES will prevail in the future,     regardless     of     conventions.
World's Fair, etc.  ������&���'
RATES
Room $1   pei- day UP*
Room  and  board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with   bath $2-50 per  day   up.
Room with bativand board $4 per day.
If   rates  have  seemed   unrei.soi.alile   in   the   PMt,
this hotel another trial;   we will  promise    to send
t boron silly   satisfied.
With  hoi  and  cold  water,  steam  heat
Hus ni'-et.i n'l trains and boats.
CAULETON  GILBERT,  Mgr
please   give
you   away
All  are outsid    rooms,
and long distance telephone.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Phone  431* P. O. Box   885
Nov.
logical
Nov.
la tion:
Nov.
rial.
Nov.
Nov
Nov.
arts.
Nov.
Nov.
tion.
Nov.
Nov.
tion.
This sell.,lu!" gives each team one
game with every other team and allows time enough for a set of posu
aeason matches between the champions and a team of all-stars, a la
Vancouver baseball,
This i vening the first two games of
11���Intermediate  vs. ..latricu-1
Selene-  vs.  Faculty. ;
1$���Intermediate vs. Commer-
18���Faculty vs. Theological.
21���Science vs.   Commercial.
21���Intermediate vs. Firse year-
25���Faculty vs. Intermediate.
25���Theological vs. Matrlcula-
28���Science vs. First year arts.
28���Commercial vs. Mati-icula-
Victoria, Oct. 16.���The Conservative
[ candidates throughout British Colum-
; bia are largely basing their plea for
i election on the cry that the Laurier
! government has failed to satisfactorily
solve the question of the Oriental in-
iflllS.
Investigation of the real working of
: the Lemieux arrangement discloses
| the fact that whereas during August
i and September last year 1000 Japs
i entered this province, during the same
j two months this year ouly sixty ar-
| rived and these were almost alto-
! gether rhe wives and children of those
j already resident.
Immigration officials say the Japanese are fully living up to the terms
of the agreement and have strictly
forbade those Immigrating who are
unwelcome in Canada.
Since January last/when ihe Lemieux settlement became effective, less
Hum 300 Japanese have come to the
country, thus proving the solution is
eminently satisfactory, and incidentally exposing another Conservative-
slander.
_>
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada,
amalgamated  under authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking transaction.
Branches throughout Albctta. British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
LIBERAL MEETINGS
FOR   NEXT   WEEK
An important series of meetings in
connection with the Libera] campaign
has -een arranged for next week.The
fixtures for Monday are Central Park,
Steveston, Kensington Prairie, and
Hastings; for Tuesday, Hammond and
Haney, Eburne, Sunbury and Mud
Bay; Wednesday. Langley, Tynehead,
Hatzic Prairie and Barnet, On Thurs-
day there will be nice.ings a*. Mount
Lehman, Chilliwack, Hall's Prairie,
and Annleville; on Friday at New
Westminster. Mission and Dewdney;
and crti Saturday at Agassiz, Ladner
and Port Moody. Robert Jardine, the
Liberal candidate, will speak at Central Park, Hammond, Langley, Mount
Lehman, Dewdney and Port .Moody.
Tonight he is speaking at Westminster Junction. At the "remaining
meetings John Oliver and other well
known Liberal speakers will address
the electors on behalf of the candidate.
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THE  DAllV   NEWS.
S^fURDAY    GCT
*/-._,
BOWLING
WHITE FISH-HEN MEET
TU DISCUSS SITUATION
Important   Gathering    Tnis   Afternoon
���Decisions Will   Have   Bearing
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.
The following was the result of yes- '
terday's   match     In   the   Inter-house
ileague,    Hale'-  '..un  winning  by  '���','���'���
pins.    Johndro    made    the    highest
I score  With   179      Monday's  name  will ��n   Election  Day   Results.
in- between Suthi   '.mi's and  Kelling- 	
: ion's teams.   An interur an match by \ meeting of the    white   fishermen
[telegraph   between   Vancouver,   VIcto- on .],,. Eraser river  svlll  be    held   ai
; ria,   Nanain       1      Westminster,   was i-iardnvan's ball at 2:30 Ihis afternoon
I also played. to consider the interests ol the Bsher.
Capt.  Hale's Team. .men. more especiall'j   In  view of    the
-       ;;    Tti. Ave broaching  election.    Doubtless    the
Johndro             t<     121    179    116    Vii re<}en)  flncling of Judge Howay in the
Vtherton ries   appeal,  dismissing  the   con-
; farper
1 i.i    119   -',:.u    nc
vie  "ii   against
Kendall    for    !i. hln
\; in���-.   (roll< ,   " mond)    375    123   ., .  ( ,, a pj-ovirxcia.1 lie-use and fish-
A.  )'.  Hah .   .139    123   165 ��� 1.1    >'������  |,    |n ,iu. provincial close season will
1 .'.ini'i. .I. though it  i:-- questions
whether the fishermen will venture to
saj  much as   a   further   appeal    1 ���
higher courts  will   be  made.    So  fat-
as is kno.wn no answer has been    1
190-1
Capt.   Latham's  Team.
TU. Avi
F.   liiini'
MacLeod
ilu   101���-363   121   (.(.iv(..|   fron)    .,,, authorities  al   Vic
.
15    115���343    Hi
torla with  reference to the series of 1
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Arnold  n foi   Montelth)  375    125  (jrastic    resolutions    pessed    at    th>
Milne   . 109    146    136���-391    L3�� meeting on     Vug.   14, when    Premier
C.P.Latham    12fi    1*52    119-���397    132UiCBri,je addressed the fishermen with
! ri ference to the attitude of his gov-
1S|'���' ' ernment,
  .|.|1(. |n3UBtTy |S such .m important
ROVERS  PLAV   F:RST ' "",' "" ,h" livi'1'- ancl  |V'lin�� s" ���" "''
league GAME TODAY;-' the presenl lime thai the* meetln
��� cannot fall to have the greatest bi ir
fng on the polling on Oct. 2'6
^ RE-TRIAL RFVERSIS
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The  Rovers   %    over    to    Brockton
Point,  Vancouv        id.ay to meet   the |
Nationals In tl       drsi  lea.gue game
The    defence    i-     sti-ong,     allium
1 yzjjin,, yzy cz\ -uukts former finding
they are expecti 1 to win by a small
margin.    Kid   off at  3 p.m.,  1).  Mc-      Before   His  Honor  Judge Grant
Calluni referee.    The line-up: thi  county court yesterday the retrial
Rovers ��� Goal,   Barbaree;    backs, of Laking vs, Leduke, claim for $25o
Clark and Kirby; halves, Bruce, Reld for  ireach of warranty of a horse sold
and   Carse:   forwards,  Watson.     Har- to plaintiff, came on  for hearing.  W
greaves. Brown. McGowan and Lums- G.   McQuarrie appeared for   plaintiff, a,
den.
The Nationals team will be selected
from the following: McFarlane, Herring. Lineham, Hepburn, Downie,
Palrey, Munnock, .lones, Herring, Anderson, Bancroft. Buckingham and
Bennett.
PROFESSIONAL.
AHKALLKU, *bARrTsT__R, solicitor, etc., 42 Lorne Street,
opposite Court House .New Westminster.    Phone 14!',.
A.
WHITESIDE .t EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
\V. J. Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
W
����'���        ADVERTISE       -fe*
��� IN ���
THE      DAILV       NEWS
__RTIN i_  McQUARRIE,  BAKftiS-
ters, solicitors, etc.   Offices, Ne-.i
j Westminster,    Trapp    Block,    cornel
; Clarkson and  Lome streets.
1 _^	
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister anc
Sollcltor, Guichon  block, Colum
j tla and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C.
w
E. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
���treets, New Westminster, B. O.
and  \V.   11.  1).  Ladner defended.    Th
ease  is  an  old  standing one,  and  at
the first trial judgment was given for'
defendant.   Plaintiff appealed to   the
full court, where the decision was reversed, and  the case  was sent  back.I
His honor now found for plaintiff, withl
costs, holding that the horse in question  was lame when sold, and declining in accept  an  application   for  adjournment from the defence, Mr. Lad-.
ner suiting that he could not go    ou
with  his argument,  as  the defendant
had only instructed him that day. His
honor said the fault was on defendant  if lie changed his solicitor,    and
failed to give counsel fair notice,  An
oiiler   for   committal    for   failing     io-
pay  the  costs  of  the  appeal,   which
weie  awarded  against  defendant,   was;
hanging over his head, the    amounl :
unpaid being about $260, and Iiis honor
told defendant he would give him till
Saturday   to   make  some    offer,     ihei
whole sum to lie paid, am<Jiintiii_ with I
' 1
that   day's  case  to  nearly $i;ou.    The
court stated that defendant had trans-j
ferred  his  property  to  his  wife,  and
she must be made to understand Borne
offer nmsi   come   from  defendant   toj
the court, or else the order for com-|
mitt ment  would lie granted.
������:.���-.������''-���-::������.:-*-;;-��..-*��.'-*��-;.*��:.!**.^^
*��� Electric Railway Service t
*
+ lnterurban   Line.
:"'c
* Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wav
��� stations  will run every half-
��� hour   from   5:50  a. m.     Last
��� a
��� car leaves at 11  p. m.
2 (Last car Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
���
* Cars   leave the  depot    every
��i twenty  minutes   for   both   Sap-
* perton and city limits over the
. citj  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram f.
office on the hour, twenty min- ���
utes after and forty minutes at- *
A prospective Wall etreei magnate,
alleged to be Barney .Johnson, a  Norwegian sailor wlu.se terra Brma home
is  in  Seattle,  yesterdaj   morning  introduced     a    novel    money     milking
seli�� me at   the city market, a  dozen
pure white leghorns, a chicken fancier
ami an absent owner furnishing    t.he
necessary characters  for the deal.
j     Sum   Boyd,  a   resident   of   lis  city
���i>   I who has developed a line appetite   for
������?.    chicken, approached a party \. ho waa
^���^������^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���-���^^^^^���^���^���^^^���^���^���^���^���^���^    apparently  In charge of a 1
____.  talnlng  a dozen   leghorn
ter, commencing at 6:20 A. m. ��
���X-
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ���:-,
at ten minutes after the hour, f.
half past anj fifty miautee after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 *
a. m. ��
Sunday Service   hait-neurly be- $
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
CHICKENS SOLD TWICE
RRING BARNEY TROUBLE
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
HOUSE RENTERS!
WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE ?
$30.00 rents new  modern 7-roomed  dwelling on  Sixth avenue,
525.00 rents <��n Fifth avenue, 1; rooms, modern,
$22.00 rents on Agnes street, 6 rooms, modern, jusi  renovated,
$20.00 11111. .".loomed cottage on  fourth street, modern, fine lot.
$20.00 rents on Columbia street, near Crescent, 6 1001ns.
$18.00 rents on St, George s;reet, li mom., modern.
$18.00  rents  7-roomed  house mi Third avenue.
con-
Inquiring
J the price of the birds, Boyd was Informed 1 ti.it lhe market y;,].,,. waS
$9 for th.- twelve, spoi cash, Thi deal
was consumated al onci . the iartj
in charge" leaving the mai i,. 1 wil 11
I the money.
\ shqi 1  while after,    Rube    Kulton,
I >. ho had   been  commissioned li.     the
real owner of the    birds    to   deliver
I Ho m at   his bouse, arrived    .,,    iakc.
I possession of    th.     coop,    Si 'wh,ai
j ll ilglhy   e.\|ilaii,ni,ui.-   had   In   i���.   gone
into before the facts ofthe ca ie were
discovered, A mutual understanding
was arrived al thai somebody hud
been cheated oui <>: nine dollars, and
that oniy n police coun Invei ligation
would satisfy -ill parties concerned,
j bar one. Careful Inquiries around lhe
market resulted i��� Barney Johnson
being apprehended and taken to the
lockup, where he awaits the iileasuiw
of the police magistrate this morning,
I
FJ.HART&CQ_,Ltd
Telephones   8 s-109
2,r.����_*K--_:PM"C_:.."   _t__M_n____n_'_.-i_.'__**5-__-_-_-..uu��_s_-.-_.:\..'        . t. ..'-.   a-___.i__L_*i\ri��;-vjrsia
Brings Dowi    Fortune.
Dawson, v. T��� Oct,  h;    ti���. inde.
pendent   Bteamei    r. ���   , M,,,n|
Fiiirliaiilis ror Whitehoi   i     ,,
yesterday  with ���  hall
Tanann   b illlon, con
Inml.s
9.
Many Worthy L
s
t [ .ijiiiiinir'TTri���_rT-*'*~~*~-*-'~~r-~-""-_n-ii_i_iiiiTiiiMii|y
'���:��-������..'.������ -vi...
'iTz^mmi^^
Price
Many an opportunity comes to us in buying our large
up special snaps at exceptionally low prices. We mention ;,
we consider are worthy of your quick attention and inspection.
��� ���
An Underpriced Line of
Ladies9  Tweed Coats
$8.75
Thi   mosl exceptional val ies In our Coa   Departmenl  section,   li Ig nol often  ..
nity in choose a eon of these qualities at as low price,
The,- are made of dark invisible  plaids and stripes;   three-quarter lengths.    A   fi
trimmed with velvet collars; others are made with bias snaps of same  material co
with  buttons.    Sizes  range, contains extra large sizes In Misses' Coats as  wel]  as   ���
Specially priced this week.   Each $8.75.
3 New Lines of Ladiesy
Black Taffeta Waists
$4.75,  $5.75  and   $6.75
At $4.75
Made of soft black taffeta, long sleeves, button front, with
rows nf tuck-, on back, front and collar.
At $5.75
.Mad- of chiffon taffeta, long sleeves, high pointer! collar,
and trimmed with plaits and buttons.
At $6.75
.Made of flne soft chiffon taffeta; Gibson plaits; braid trimmed from ami collar; with fain > design and buttons down
front, in these three new line, we show all sizes, from 32 to
���!!! Inches.
Superior Gauntlet Gloves
for Ladies, #2.25 per pair
An extra good grade of Tan Cape Kid, Mocha and Buckskin
Cloves, with a variety of widths, In plain and fringed cuffs.
Sizes 5%  to 7%.   Per pair, $2.25.
Another Special
Line  of
Black Sateen
Underskirts
LOO ^ch
Four dozen  mon   of on        11   -.,���
cial Undei skirti   |usi In, i ....
quality   siati en,  ful]  si/.,
wid"   frill      While    !:��� .
$1.00  each
Special Snap in
Ladies9 Hose,
3 pair for
$1.00
Thirty  dozen  In  the  lol     .     ������
pair  is  new  and   ,     feci   ... evi  j
spoet.
Black  Embroidered, Cashnu iv, I'lain
Tan   and   Black     Cashmen.    Kit) ���
Cashmer., sizes SV4 to 10 Inrh'-s    all
specially   marked   as  one  of
linos.    Three pair for $1-00.
Coating Cloths of
Every Description
.Many mothers make up theii
children's coats. We offer a
great choice of materials.
Heavy Cream Serges, |n cheviot and blanket weights. Per
yard, 75c to $1.50.
Cream Bedford Cord, all wool,
Per yard, 90c.
Colored Frelze Cloths, in
plain, lesi'da, green, mixed, navy  and   heather  mixture.    Per
yard,   $1.25.
Heavy Homespun
Coatings
Cana Man All Wool materials,
56 inclii s wide, in iiii v>. grey,
ligln  and dark  reds.    Per yard,
$1.50.
Cream Bearsklm., wiih long
plain and curl weaves. Per
van!   $2.25 t0 $4.50.
Cardinal I'lush, a material
u hich needs no Bpecial descrip
tlon,     Per   yard,  $1.35.
\*i lvet fords, in shades of navy, cardinal, grey, brown, green,
fawn, purple, cream and black.
Per yard, 50c to 65c.
An Attractive
Range of Kimona,
Blouse and
Wrapper Cloths
M is usually hard to Select a
Ioi of patterns for a large stock,
The remarks of customers ihis
season lead us to believe that
we have now a selection thai
Is far more atiractlve than usual, and they aie lower priced as
well,
w ���' how many new designs
in   Plaids,  Stripes  and   Checks.
Ask   tu  se,. these  new  cloths,
12' gc  to 35c. per yard.
Heavy Moleton
Flannelette
Rivaling woo) Iderdown In
warmth, owing to Its extra
heavy weighi; especially adapt.
aid., for kimonas and gowns.
Colors are sky, cardinal and
grey,     1'er yard,   35c.
Knitted Wool
Scarves,
50c to $1.5C
Alreadj    these   nou    Scarves
a: ,���  assured  of Imnn u--
Inrlty.     Made  ol   fin ���  Ice   *������������'
Zephyi   wool-     whin   \ft��aw\
with   appropriate  cob i    '������"���':l
ill,.rein     Lengths  vai    from ������'
to   72   inch"     ividtli    i'"i f
In  to  20  iuilii'
priced exi ���
Many
Novelties in
Gilt Effects
Collar.-,   II'I'       '���
sei Ties, Fanct   Pin *���
OIU   Applique Ti'lminln
Braids, etc., jusl ul-
ASK TO SKI-: THI'
LACK COLI-ARS in !l"
wear Depari nt.
sun  a'"-
tiiil'l
NEW
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W. S. Collister &
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