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 Me, 5W.es & Co
rEAl esta i c
��� ��� ci             Phone 85
Mnmb-a M^ ,���.	
sTAlltKH   1!''.T
...   BIG SUCCESS
ge Crowd  Indulged   in
|Hal]���v. : onSatur-
,ort Notes.
Siste
ite, Shiles & Co.
RE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
FATALITY AT PACHE
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
r of Assistant  Lighthouse Keeper
Falls from Cliff.
Victoria, Nov
Pacheaa    tateE tha
i -���'      ol     he assli
, ��� '   M L pi
cllfl     ��� , aft'
^^^ from
��� li ;i:in! on,
HI!      II   h   hi   ,
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BIG CATTLE RANCH     IfLECT IS IGNORED
IN Of CO DISTRICT
i Lord   Rector   of   Aberdeen   University
BY PEKING PRESS
Aberdeen,  Scotland,  Xov. 1.���I'r.in-
I
iii.   was car-
"
iii   ai Colum*
ui Ion  of  ; be
.
qui ��� ade.      h
,..1
r ��������� Ided   an 1
���
fell   tney
��� ; ni ent. .. mn-
...   played   bi
n i i - i ��� t ��� i
OIL   IH.     a            WV
,
ll   111'.    Ol    til''!,.
j   iu   ih'.  nrii
ln'" Tract of Grazing
Lands  ! .,  North  Leased
-A/ American  Capitalists.
Newspapers in Chinese Capital Fail tu Mention Visit
of Americans.
UAH GAIL FUK HELP
HEARKENED TO Bl TAYLOR
ier Herberi    I        luitb was yesti
eh    ed  lord  i'i ctor of   \ .erdei n  uni
Sir Edward Cai   ���
by I!._ vo       to   170
CLOUD IS LIFTING
a m r
Baronet, Who Disappeared
Ten Years Ago, Said io
Be Living as Trapper.
... i   Montana
,:.i i:  ha ..   ,. ...-<���'! a
, s n.   lands
Tory    Spielers   Rush   to    Yale-Cariboo:
and Kootenay���McBride, Young,
Cowan and Earnard Assist,
Peking,   Nov.   I.���The  presenci
the eecon ; . q ladron of the Ami rb an
battles ���    at Amony,  where   I ���
���ivi d   yesterday  and   ��
the-  men    are    entertained    bj
        __. hardly known '
ll j in  Peking,    The ( hinese  newspapers
Tbe
i   0re|     ,   , |
:;������.,       ���      ;i)  ai
" "    ��� ��� lift-  II ���   mill - from
vera] hun- J Chinese government, i
���'���   ���   mile    i. u*th . t   V ... i iver.
���     ������...,���:.n-i;���: government a   1:av'-'    w*"*d   nothing at all about   the
;;i    ,    ft|    ,   efent8 per i visit, and the occurrence is complete-
RURGLARY CALLS NOTICE
TO DANGEROUS PRACTICE
Merchants on Columbia Street Do Not
Take   Sufficient  Care    ��f    Bad:
of Their Premises.
t
constituency of Yale-Carl   ... ' ���        witl   thi i ol pur-
��� thi   pleasu .   oi ,i  v\a t I    ...    ' *   '     '  '      end    ...    twi nty    years.
iii'iii'...    eli      ; ���       - ockraising on  ua    extensive
//
ft,
���    anno;,nnd   ,.,.���.   ,,,,.
were us    fol-
m ���.    li w  day.-.
tving    reached    him
i ly Ignored, both officially an 1 otbi
| wise, so far as Peking Is concei ne
J Thia !  ������ ��� Is    ec; usi   ihe festi.I-
��� ' ���   ties  in  ci nn ��� ;  in  with  the  I Irth la\
will be engaged in. ol  the  empi       dowagei   ai    coin
Oi      .   .   rand   . mi.. ,.-      .     i   x;  "ul with  1*!'    entertainment   of   the
Ilium .Martin Burrel! - canij ilgn com* ��� I imed oui on the company's  visiting Americans,
representative   ���,;.,...    it   i-   und I i     .. vhlcl   is nov    ielng a  ���   i     l b)      Thl!   -"-knee is the mora remarks
(as a gypsy); .Taylor will deliver a   ...    of poll      *���    aft of pi      icial survi b   ided   beiausi      ���   native press has, during
cal  speeches during his  visli    u ���-   H. Farmer ol    this   city,   who   ; !'   ���;'        ��   ���*���'*    s, given much s
a ��� ofB.C   *hich Dun   in Ri ���     wan I   tbe propertj   lasi   year;   The}1    I :"1" '���������   !l" i,!":' oJ an alliance
epn   enl   In  the m xl  parliament    ul   l'i m lj)l    promot. .  ..   I. A  Sti tson, of   ���vf' ' : "   ' "     ��� ���"' ' ''s-
Canada,  the opinion   being    prevalent   Duluth, .Minn., wb    left; ...      foi
among  Torb opponeni   the Cbilco distrii   on  iu In con.   i nnrj   lai) lirii   niOPUPCrP
'-'   will need all the assistance whl-ch can   nection  with the    enterprise.    On    a  LUiiU   MILIit!-  UluLIJOiJLu
L^do; Gerald Latimer ian out-   hl,  rU8hed to the distrlcl In  tl.    nexl ���    v.sil   be wa    convinced that
hite (dressed  roi   ,,,w ,iilJ:, j  ,,.,  01 mak? u showinj        offers suysilor advantages'-to   the
mention. ,I)U N*,n   ,.,_ ,[���. day wh n
At th        '��� II      Of Gi oil;,.       m; nn       I ;;
.   laj  thi   police discovered that a
ol Llass had been broken ln the
��� ;,  .
A story is appearing In the eai      i
that the disappearance   of   Sir
Thomas Curtis In I: ���   northern   wild
some ten yea     i   o   and ������������ bosi   >kele-
ton was found, a 3 ll      alii gi d  bj
.!    i .   .-  ...      ead I . op
out    ol      oclet; erately, and    Is
earning ��� ��� ���   Bitien  ul    ..istence
��� trapper.
Story  of  Companion.
Thl* .   thi  stor;   ol T. V\   Cole, who
was a member o   thi   . arty with   the
id   fi "in  -,he fracture
l
Mis.   U�� ���
Iras.c n
: ide of Miss
. i.    all l    Miss
tKena> ' grande dame);
ItDO-vC v'a-'   mSB   BUen
..   the mosl rep.
\. Ison   Kennj
.i
Te
| mlcal
(an M
maii.    llinold
lhe
si sections of Oregon or Montana as
, i
RACt PHOBLLM AT OTTAWA
poned  elei tions   In   Yale i lai Ibi o
atryman). Kootenay  take  place.    Premiei
':| "*''s a    ''on- i Bride  an I    Hon.   Dr.   Young,    I
The most popular [ ^^.^ ...... ,._ ,,   ,,,,,,,, _.,,  ;1��� ,
other 1'ia. tii ed - p eh rs, an also be idlng    towards    the    interior,    hoping
iiuain.-*:    h..,'.     ill.ll    tiiey   will     I   u. ill	
to do something to Btem the tide   "!  *  rmlnu.-   >l   tbe Canadian    Northern
.  o     ��� i now  running so strong   railway will be ui Bute   Inlet,   from
ly in fawn of Duncai   Ros   and Smith | which point iu  the meantime he ex*
Curtis. | poets to ship oui bis cattle by steam-
;.,     MIbs    H.
��� ol  some note, and
,    a couple oi
who took  pan
thprograi Miss    Ermine
lo and a piano
Kenny, who played
| Mabel    Cor)
|i .i mi it nee show*
of all the enter-
served after the
n.   ..
and I a stockgrowing country, The valley isi
Mi ���' >v ell   shelteri d.   vi ..i ..     it.,,     i -    an
H,  abundance  of    Via t;     an I    Ins
a few   grasses, Then   l-��     acticaily no snowfall, thus enabling the yaung cattle toj
remain  oui on  th
The redoubtable NV. .1. Bowser, min-1 ers bound north and south.
Isii'i   of    h*.heries.    attorney-general.]    iiis    busines    Bassoclates
wholesale nvanufacturer of campaign
rooi lach .mi ! asaistam In chief to
lapan -e Contractor Gotoh,
,"ieni ly  staying awaj     from
I
ithe f
.
r .ms Win.
to   one,    thi
'.. :������ i*.  d the
, ... ii.     Saturd y ,
So ��� xti n led ti" "'
alnt d  for th'.s
match, Whll
���    ���      md tor the Iro-
��� | io qualify
MCCOH     r.-fel*. >'d
Ooal, VV.
c. I a timer     NV
pat;.;; v. I.   Bouck, A   E
I .- ���      forwards, i>
i-    \.  Arms!   .-i
llth, A   Wi l)S.
I Wii haa    been    re*
���- team, and Is from
������ school,    which
N to ,, ,   on Nov.  11.    No
P bu   ���     ���  n i.iio ii.
Basketball  Today.
1- "��� ���       a of the masqueradi.
���wketball gami    a the Inter-claW :
nduled   for   Saturday,
������to* af             ..   theologues and
1 M'-nce lean ; u ;, and
wealth ���   men an i Include Messrs. NV.
,i   ,\ii\        \   an .    Oregon;    M.   M.
Is    con-jDa/is,   Albany,   On son;    .I'-hn McAI-
I' mean   pine, I'nion, ')��� egon; Jam - Dempsej.
! Ross   preserves,  In  spite of thu    loud   Hartie.,   McGulre and J. Gallaway, of
mouthed thre us  made    month o   ,i nm      i -:. Minn.
.   ,���..,   i follow him from husi  ���	
tings and debate   the   Jap-
the
anese question   with  him  befo
.������!r, tors
Tne   Sp.eiers'   Itinerary.
Hon. Mr.  McBride  and    Hon    Dr. | 	
Vo , ,���   �� ||   pi ak   .- Kamloops on the j
5th, ui Bevelsti ke on ihi   6th, and ati Fall Uncovorg Latdge ot ftock in Boun
Ottawa. Nov. 1.���Lord Mllner's address to the Canadian club yesterday
was In contrast to previous addresses
^^    'which :������ delivered in Canada. He
ranges  all   winter.  ^ ^^.^  eonatatll|g    oI    ^
Mr. Stetson anticipates    that    the I reprosen       .   ������,, of    CanadU|    and
-.iz.-.-i thi occasion io contrast conditions hi South Africa and this country, refei ing especially to transportation and the race problems. He expressed the hope that the conference
now in progress at Durban would result tn ihe confederation of South
Africa.
Chi' Fustice Sir Charles Fit-/.-
Patrick, in expressing the thanks of
the club, boic tribute to Lord Milt'.' r's
splendid Services in Egypt, a., well us
In South Africa, and ��aid ii would be
a good thing fi i the pro-consuls of
the empire "to vis;-, the outposts and
ascertain how the children were doing.''
are
LUCKY DYSON'S STRIKE
WAS DUE TO ACCIDENT
the i bai omi  when  he   .1.      ,. .red   while
���-���lass it was probablj   the    work    ot  searching for some horses on the waj
,.      to the Klondj-ke.   Cole asserts that he
oj  .  wn.. took  a  tew candli ..
knew  before he  lefl   Vancouver that
Curtis would disappear before reaching the Klondyke, on account of
fiamlly complication In Kngland
which Curtis told him had been the
means of sending him to Canada, and
making him trek northwards.
I It appears thai Lady Curtis has
directed to|marrled again, shortly after the disappearance of her husband. Cole says
that Curtis is living the life of a hermit, and living on what he can cratch
or trap, trading the skins for necessities.
Roger Pocook, who founded the
Legion of Frontiersmen, was in the
party with whom Sir Thomas weni
north, nnd imputations have been
made as to his share in the baronet's
disappearance, however t'ole claims
to have proof wiiich entirelj clears.
r ici ck  of the stigma.
The department of Justice at Ottawa, it is known, have sent fresh instructions to the provincial police to
try and lind Curtis. Everything was
done at the time, but tbe most diligent
burglary calls   attention   to the
condition of the back of the stores   n
Co   ��� ibia   street,  which    have.    th< Ir
nues on cither Clarkson or
Particularly Is this the
ca      with  the  Clarkson  street  prem-
. nor an  i he n .nark
Icular firm, as it is almost
tin..i sible tor the limited police
force to guard the hack windows and
doors ol premises approached from j
th stai 'catsi - on Clarkson. The rears
ari for tin most pari idled with pack-
in_ cases, the stairs are Ill-lit and In
several cases with rotton treads, ami
thi ;��� are no ��� lectric light switches tor
an officer to use where his lantern
would be of little use.
if tii,. | olice are to carry out their
duties In tli ��� long wet winter evenings sonic   better provision for them
should lie male, -and there is also the
.aci t'.int th. Insurance rates would hi;
lees if more care was taken by the
employees of the principal business
linns of the city in thia matter. Many
of the larger towns compel this pre-
caution in be taken and packing
cases ba ve to bt ri moved In a certain number of hour.*.
tlary   County   Rich  Ir   Lead   and
silver - F-'oi ;une  Certain.
\**r
Kelson, ,\o\    I.   -flic I
Salmon Arm on ihe Tth. G, ll. Cowan
an | g il. Barnai 1. members-elect foi
Vancouver and Victoria respectlvi ly,
,,o, the premier al .Nelson, where a
meeting will be held on the 9th, and
,on the 10th al CTanbrook. Mr Cowanl ily!..,IK ,, rancher in the Pend d'Oreille
will also spiak for Mi*. Burrell KtI valley, near the boundary line of the
Ashcrofl on lhe 3*"*1. ������**��� Peachland on yn\WK\ states, In mining, reads like ������
the Ith, Vernon on ih.-.'.th. Armstrong ,,,,���.,���,.,. Dyson, a new settler iu the
on the 6th, and Knderb.. on the <*th. country, whose knowledge of mining
���  Is practicullj   nothing, while carrying
T
PlfCE BY PIECE;:
Raffles in Chicago. j rt,
Chicago, .\*ov. I.���A burglar, attlredj-M
in   full evening dress, that  In   might
be  confused  with    the    servants    or
guests attending a reception given by
^^^^^^^^ Mrs   l.up'iu. Vincent Roddin. and who     	
nek or   jatia  ^om-ed jewelry valued at $1600, was j
reported to the police  today.   Mrs. Gigantic   Task   Faces  Em-
Roddin stated ...at the burglar en-    piovees 0f U.S.Treasury
tered   ihnuigh it  window    and    must i      r    -' *'
nave mingled either with the servants
01 nuests in order to roach ber boudoir,    ile would have attract',! atten-
Assistant Treasurer Quits.
ROUND-THE-WORLD RACER
DISAPPEARS INTO UNKNOWN ,������, M. i**....����_.
a part ol which was knocked off.    Ibo
a sack ol (lour a couple ot weeks ago, I t|on haj he i3een jn any but formal at*
over a small hill In the neighborhood, j \\x**, but mlghl have escape detection
slipped and fell, kicking up a part of||n the crush In evening dress
\
on
ii n lala will play
iave noi  -nif' red
I lite  a   bit  Ol   ' "*
mi. tor it ��I"
rung lead toward
���    mnops
"NE  VOLLEY
C.ipt. Hans Hansen.  Automobilist  Who
Started Out to Circle the World,
Is lost  in   Europe.
Wl i.-ll!    Of   ill'1
iracie.l  Dyson';
ii aw tyeil     '���
pi n . nt;.''.    o
Winnipeg's Mayor Seriously III.
detached    portion   at- j    Winnipeg.  Nov.   I.���Word    received
attention and be had haBi night indicates that the Ijtaesg of J tlon of Unit*-- State_ Treasurer Trea
rt'sults giving a heavyjMayor Ashdown is very dOilous.    Hej,nl.,.. l^^.u ,-lucking over i.i<- book*
New York, Nov. J.fc-WHWlng the
resignation of HamUWR P,lsh us as
slstanl treasurei trf t_e United States
in charge, of tM feubtreasury her,-, a
orpS Of l .ck'-."'jiers under the .live-
search never produced anything till a
skeleton was found, which was Identified as thai of the missing man.
Local Connection.
Statements have   appeared   In   tiie
thai the man Cole Is known in
New Westminster, but    efforts    have
failed to locate him.   Two young men
who know    something   of-1be Curtis
famllj In thi  o I i iunti    w< n    n the
city yesterday endeavoring to find out
some  information  with  reference    ;;'
li- man, and were referred to C. B.
. an, ex-constabl-' of the provincial
police, who was associated with some
of the relief parties ?'*ni out to try
and find the Ill-fated baronet.
Mr. Deans not Tn'Tns Tn the city yes-
lerday, his version of the story could
nol l '- learned, but he is alleged to
br.v,? suited very definitely the result
it bis Investigations, which do noi
coincide    with    the    vi. w     that    the*
barom t i*- living.
and   upwards   of
today
\
iTRC\G MAN  COMING
TO SPEAK  IN B. C.
Hon, r-rr ���* Oliver, minister of the
Interior, on his way to Kootenay and
is now in the lm nth .,ni alarming rei.  ^ oftl���,,    wyie this task Is a rtgJYale Caribou constituencies, where he
[. uncfs of sllvvr    Work of strip-1 ports as to his condition have heen re
ceived      I'm
I ping the K-Ige has already started and iceiwu.     unuer   tbe  circumstances   iti
New York, N'ov.  I    The Norwegian  [\ p,,-. to be three feet ln  is   announced   thai   In-  cannoi   be    a
consul K ui in New York, Chn��to*   width    i" "������  ������  :  inobably clear up candidate for the    mayoralty    ,-,������    tl
.,,     vavn,  ba    a   ted  for assistanceL  ,;,]���      ������ -1      brough  his third  time, and    Control!..,- Asanioid
(n  lin  ,,���,.,    ,  flud  the whereabouts  i,.,;,, ���  Evans announces hla candiAn
,,i Capt. Hans Hansi n, one of the men
i nre.
I
���
;. i
FY ref,,,
star
were   under
province, but
idrew  to tt
and    di Hed
.. bo took     i     in the recent automo-
I   th      WOI Id.     1 laiisen
���aii. ii from \' -v Vork in the F-rench
car, bu lefl ll In I Ihlcago and later
joine I the ������ d i t Ic ui i ar and guided
ii ai >��� . .ia i ni his tn rival In
', Paris much feeling wa*. expn ���
kUle ; ,i: ;.i ; hlm and h ; was even threatened, it la said, because of his leaving   aid ofthe election of L908.   here li
car    and    ttssistlng    the
American car to victory.
the partj  who ar
.laic  thai  tin >   last
\ threaten*
of ii companj
i    to    the
���/.    Klo k     was
morning with
loyal imttallon,
re    killed
ment     i.ccinl'^^^^^^^^
,,,,,, ;,   |   the  French
.   ,     sufficed
Herald's Forecast Concedes
Sweeping Victory   |G Tatt
::���    ������   .im-.-. not    compure    with    thej
.<>>..  required  to cooni   the '-'-li  In
;.  i,   '\hich work  will  w   taken
i.s ..... ii    - the ' heck-tig of   tm
ooks  ha       bei D    coinpletiCi.       Tc i
Is In t.i    vault]   approximately $173,-
��� ' i   .i: 100,000 iii fin -
��� n ���     In silver  coin
,nl  all n     hi    nou*'   be counted and
y, ,,    , .,    ,      ���. "..     1.    This     is    the .as,   week    ci.     , ,|
'1 be New  York Her- Republican     tend
ivo 11edited to Tan I
beeu few changes in the outlook since . i   rhe Herald.
WORKS OFttSttlREARriSTS I
FOISTED AS MASTERPIECES
1
8AT-JRDAY'S  TOOT
BALL.
as   doubtful   with
.* nj,:-.     ai ���     now
,y the coi respi ml nts
Members of the i��i Hcatlon of   forecast of last I .Nebraska   ������,!     Kenuickv.��whlch  werol   |
w i��� New   York  Sunday,  when  The  Herald's electoral classed   us  d,    n ^.^   ^.^   I)emocratlc
Baw  Hansen  In  table gave William H. Taft280 votes;   inclinations      %n ^^   Klyen ,_ 1;;vall ;    Ni.v>   V(���.lv Nov.  ,.   An attempt to
,u-i* wl.c, th    party broke up after  William J. Bryan,  156;  doubtful, witb   ['hus, durln   fi _ sr,k     ,���,,   ,,llu   ,, ,,..u:(]   Vni,.,i,;l���  buy.ra of    French,
,J     V|   ,���,,  ume    he    had    a   Republican leanings 2b; doubtful, with ol   the i..,     (), ;    m , iU,1JlI;iIi, haS  ,   |)alnUug8 has been discovered by the]
or money In hlB possession   Democratic leanings, 21, iweuty-sli    > ek.ctora)   vote8i   ,,w .  the;L.ustoms
Dasing the forecasi of today still un  nei api
ip.     | f,,,,.   indications   and   on   reports (; ndldi
,,,,(p   by disinterested correspondent!   0bsor\    (>rs ,iu|i��� thnt nrv,in   ,���,,   ^iP^^f nalnt in one corner, evidently
i��� . ;1| ion   doubl tui : nues. The Herald j add
III!
and intended to go to Tomsk, *Uh'[
where his wife nnd child n sld
has noi n tched thai city.
BIG TORONTO DEAL.
1^'
; .1
capita) of .   too,	
���
, ;  paf   306   electoral    votes   and
[3, ^n  il i.   The -'tales changed from
college  ,';   table of last Sunday are six.   N'o
ll ii   T; ,',   ; ��� "Hied   ui   have �� Itll
, ,. .ui,,1 i ���       ��� ;.   h I.,  been    losl    to
-it
British    Capital    Buys    Knox
Site  for   Departmental   Store.
roronto, No.   I     Tin ^ Aw{^  hr |;iS. W|V(,,. ()f |h(1 (.U11
���an  Departmental  Ston ^     ^    ^    ^    m
.,    , 1 with      iv   ���'. hi :  i om   fi
his column,
electoral   votes,  wnite  mn customs   .authorities    bere.   Customs
ireni  gain ol  thi   Democratic examiners found thai  a    number   or
i,   bus been  twenty-oni      Wl paintings toportea trom  Paris   bore]
ors agite  thai  Bryan   did    nol   ,|;,u B of paint in one    >mer, ev
,o  hla ���lecioiai stre,,:/!;  b    his  ror the purpose of tfbverings the slgna
Journey t�� the east, i ���       When ibis layer of palm  wai
Ie utterlj  failed to shaki  the ��� >ved it  ��',.s discovered thai
nil   voii- oi  Now   N'oik  from  HsB
enrol, Diaz, Rosseati and ol
prominence.   It Is believed that
i.
Hon.  Frank  Oliver.
will di liver a nam . .  oi addi ssei in
the interests of Smith Cnrtl*. an l Dun-
���
...   I.  ��� I.
;   \\   .
hi' I can  ntOOI-illg,   and.   Indei  I,  d
h       .   ii 1-.. i,i  lhe entln      ���''���   th ���
..i.i    ti ;, ifli i thai tin   ��� I   ������
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TNN'O.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONO NY
NDV' 2' '5:3.
GREAT HERD Of CARIBOU
IS TREKING
NORTHWARD
Tens of Thousands  of Antlered  Beasts on  Way  to Old
Grazing Grounds    Vast Band  Stretches
Across Country For
Miles.
\ whole or large part of the great mackerel or cod.   It was all right for
band of caribou which travelled south-  the Novia ScotianB of thc party.
ward across the Forty-mile and Sixty-
mile toward NVhite river last winter is
traklng northward. It crossed the
Sixty-mile but a few days ago.
George Black, Yukon councillors, who
has just returned from a hunting
trip, visited the Sixty-mile in company
with Charley Paddock, and says that
ho never imagined that the magnitude of a herd of caribou could be
anywhere near that which musi have
crossed the Sixty-mile.
"Tracks were as thick as they could
be," says Mr. Hi.ick. "over u width of
ten miles. There must, have been
thousands, If not tens of tnousands,
of caribou in the herd. When w.e gol
there the bunch bad passed  with the
"A little snow was on the ground,
and made a brittle sound which made
our footsteps heard a mile. So there
was little chance of getting a moose.
Kelly remained at MeQuesten, hoping
to get a moose and come down later
bv boat."
TOO PROUT  TO  BEG."
The attraction at tne opera house
on Thursday night is Lincoln .1.
Curler's great detective story. "Too
Proud to Beg." The plot is said to fit
the title of the piece to perfection.
The heroine, who is thrown on her
own resources with her two children,
spurns with contempt the smooth
villain's advances for her heart an 1
hand and his offer of gold, prefering
starvation and death to a loathsome
exception of some stragglers. NVe got]marriage, The husband makes his
one caribou. appearance iafter a ssrlous Illness, as
"We were up the Stewart looking!;! result of being dragged out of a
for moose and ducks, and crossed ten fir*, in which be was trapped, At tins
miles south from the Stewart to a point, his two children are stolen by
chain of lakes on which the Hudson the rejected suitor and the husband
Uay company had its old post. It was [ starts al once to find them. Being a
on a lake seven miles long, four wide. I detective he disguises himself, locates
and with a fine gravelly bottom. This their hiding place and rescues the
post was on the old train between Sei-  babes.    The story finally ends In the
sunlight
soa
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cents
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Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and  follow  directions.
ts a
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Did you ever stop to think how fast some people are getting
rich on what you and some others squander ?
DETERMINATION
to do a certain thing In a certain way
at  a certain  time  largely constitutes
FINANCIAL
SUCCESS
Most everyone can same some money
every pay day. A savings account In
The Royal Bank will grow so rapldlj
that you will be delighted and every
day will make you fee] like a more
substantial citizen.
Will You Try ?
THAT'S ALL WE WANT TO KNOW.
Thi
I
POR QUICK RETURNS.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
���rltlih Colurm>'a  -Toast Uns
Service.
Wail Service
Following are the
o. dei
,
Pai
and arrival oi m .
minster post office ' j v;| ;
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
kirk and the head of the Stewart. It
seems thiii the company In early days
travelled   uore by overland trails than
hero making himself known to iiis
enemies and justice is meted out to
the guilty ones while he is one,, more
Capital and Reserve
$8,290,000
New Westminster Branci
Incorporated
1869
Total Atseti
$47,400,000
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
the streams.    I am told that the post united to his happy family.   The cast
on the lakes mentioned was destroyed is  excellent  and  the players all   act.
by the Indians about the time the Sei-  their parts with dash,  vim ani
kirk post w,hs burned.                             tbusiasm.
"1'hii Kelly,    Turner Townsend and] ���	
1     en-
Norton Townsend accompanied us up
on tlu-nip in thi Stewart country. We
found the lakes frozen too much for
ihe ducks, with the exception o flsh
or sea duel;-. We got a lot of them
and cooked them In a pot, and oould
Injured   in   Panic.
St.   Louis.   Mo.,   N'ov,   1.���Six     girls
were serltfusly injured today in ia rush
of 200 panic-stricken women operat i
for the stairways and elevator of the
Isaac Epstein Pants factory, after an
not till ai meal time whether we bad  alarm of lire had been sounded
Easterbrook  Milling   Company.
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per brL
Hungarian Jewel . .    $6.50   "
Terminal $5.50   "      "
! Wanted -:
I for Sale -
"tv"-.. '*.--..-������.--.."���-__*"__"*_."I.'
Lost -:- found j
To Rent -:- Etc.
rains &
Steamers
WANTED- ��� Board and root..
family by young man. Ap]      *   -
���dice.
WANTED���Pupils for violin and mandolin; fees moderate. \ I Iress
Box 187, City.
FOUND Small boat adrll neai
Westminster    bridge,    Owner    can]
CP.R.  MAIN   LINE.
i New     Westminster     8:2.
J".  15:20, IT: 12 and 22
Arrive at   N'ew  Westminster   10:11
12:25,  16.27, 1R:45 and 23.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New   Westmmiter. Telephone 3_33.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   8EATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
10:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
VAN��OUVER-V*CTORlA  ROUTE.
Princess Victoria  leaves  Vancouvei
daily  except  Sunday  at   H)  p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess ltoyal  at 9  a.m. daily ex-
ept Tuesday.
VANCOUVER-SEATTLE  ROUTE
Steamer Princess Royal leaves !i
a. in. dall} except Tuesday tor Seattle.
On Sundays Raves Vancouver 9 a.m
for Seattle via Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader w'll leave Victoria _o<-
New Westminster every Tuesday and
Friday, when business offers.
Leaves New Westminster on NVed-
n. sdny and Saturday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
8 8- Teet
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, Tth, 14th
aud 20th of each month tor Clayoiiuot,
Mosquito liar! or and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino. Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouvei-  1:30  p-m. dally,
' except   Sunday,     Leaves   Nanaimo   at
i 7 a. in.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
| rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. aa-;
arrives  Victoria 'J  p. m.
S.S.  Queen  City  leaves  Vancouver
7  p.m.  Sunday;   arrives   Nanaimo   U
i p. in.
' RIVERS  INLET.  VAN  ANDA,  LUND.
ETC.
S.  S.  Queen City.
Prom Victoria 8  p.m. every Wetlnee-
[ day. trom  Vancouver lo a.m   following  .la;   io;   above  and  Intermediate
1 points,    Returning to Vancouver Sun*
I day    afternoon      Victoria     Monday
' moi ning, via  Ladysmith.
NORTHERN   B.  C.   ROUTE.
8.S.   Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and  16th ol
1 >.. erj  month ati I p m.
IIP  R1VKR.
Heaver���
From New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
ind  Saturday.
, each case being the
I which iB half an i,
tore the actual de ,
unless otherwl
I ed and received ,-
������'i ma
...
Tl,
Hi" only malls dl
ceived Sunday are   :
i
;
Fra A
''''-""I o'clot
��� ��� iver
���   \
and (', p, R. easl
the    way   mail ,   sai
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched,
6:00 a. m. (closed
I the  previous nlghi
(i. N. R. "Owl."
6:30 a.m.���Vanio ;���. iV
Tuesday) Victoria, via i: r
railway.
Sumas and Seat:;,.. ..; |udlng ^ J
S. points east and u , m po,J
between  Xew   We    mil ,,,| ',,,,;
ingdon, H.C., via C. P  k  aouth
i'.  P. lt. east, S ippei   ...   ,, i
Mills.
S: 30 a. ni.   Blaine in l
(excep
Electrl
a!��fl
Fra.-.
.1REAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seal tie 4 u.u.
Lv. N. W. 4.:.") p.m.: ar. Senttle 10 o.in
Lv. X. W. ll'; In a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
have same by proving propertj and
paying for thla notice.    Applj    on,
hoard steamer Flyer.
p.ni.
; l.v. Seattle -"tin a.m. , ar. X. W.
Lv. Seattle  1:25 p.m., ar. N.  \\~. t��:55
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m, ur. N   V.'. -v.20
WANTED���Girl to assist with    light|am.
housework; good wanes.   Applj  be q. n. R.���PORT GUICHON.
tween 12 and I o'clock noon, a   w.     Uave New We8tmln8ler 8:50 ,,���,._
McLeod Insurance office, Armstrong arrlv (.,.i(.!l0n ��� Mondays, Wed-
Ijlock. , ,  ,. -
-lavs, and 1 ndays.
Leave Oulchon 6:30 a.m., _.-��� \ ��� N -w
WANTED���Smart boy to run newspaper press; one with experience
preferred, Apply after 8 p ra. al
Dailj   Xew.-- office.
Westminster 8:45, Mondays, Wofoes-
laj    mil Fridays.
V.    W. *���  Y.���VANCOUVER
     Lv. N. W, 6:20 a.m., 3 p.m., an! '��,55
WANTED   A nice Japanea i bo     ������ bo  :������ m.
nud . lands Engli b, wan        isltlon  Lv. Vancouver 1:35 a tn.,  t p.m   jiad
i*   house   woi k,   Japanes.    No,   I 11:30 p.m,
hoa.   . Sappi rton, He Asa.
WANTED    Nursing, or daily  work  bj
English worn in.   Applj  Box 937.
ro LET    Furnish   |       Iroom
) 19 Dli kenson Btreet, the Cn   c in!
WANTEDGood plain    Bewlng    m ttlj
done    Apply Mrs. J, Slmpsi ���., A b
; i i. P. o. Box 937.
WANTED���White waltn ...     tod
ges.    Apply i i Wesi  End r< insurant.
R.  0.  ELECTRIC���vANf.OUVSR.
i.eave New Westminster 5:50, ''.;*_(),
6 "." 7:20 and * a.m., and everj half
hou;- thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv.   Vancouver  tor  Westminster  at
:.".", 6:50, 7:20 and  halt hourly till i
11:30 p.m.
*n-
���M
WANTED���A   inirsi
.lones.
girl.   Mrs.   Dr.
ADVERTISE
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THE      DAILY       NEWS
To  INCREASE  Vou.- BUSINESS,
V E S T M I X S T K R B.MPLI) V M ENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia Btreet, Phone 366, P.O j
box 807.    Can supply you with all |
hinds of help    promptly,    fri e    of
charge,   Branch office, 107 Cordova
street woet, Phone A 2750. Vancou- ,
ver. B. C.
60   VEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Sent#0n Approval
To Rksi'o.vsibi.u Phopi.e   '
Laughlin jy*
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEN
TThe Ink Ptrmeil
Yonr Choice- >!'���
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full ll Ki. -.i lld '...id   - i
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Nou bn akable 'i i
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plain or engraved  in ial
aa preferred
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if a   .1.1    II I,'I n K| i ,|
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SOCIETIES.
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t.'JC**u
iimS!n\     Th�� re*_;ul:��r meetinga of t'.it* lo.!';i ,
arfre hei.} in Oddfellewe' hail. F.iht.*
bte  street, every
ait S o'eforb.
M^i'hv   sveulBn
For   re.serviiTion>*   stud   tnrormatloi
���all or addrftaa
ED.  OOnLRT.
Agent, New* Weatmlnu'er.
/���  R. POSTER,
fttat. Oen.  P.sa   Apent. V^nrrniver.
3. W. TROUP.
r.*��n��n_l   Sini��-""'n!pri.lpn'    Vlr*��>r1��
��. O. U. VV.���PRASER LODGjS. N��. 3
��� Steal in irs* Hie first and thlwl Tue��
��� mv    in     e��f*h     month. 7It_4t!i'nt
bretti/roe ("����n1iii!ly Invited rn ..Mi��ni.
Ixid?? roon, A. O. D. VV, li_.il, Od'<-
fcll'/ws'   lil-ixl;.   Cl.'irk^on   sir��ei
(CO-URT BRli^ETTc, No. 40fi9| I .Of
���BC��Mb th* Four'.1' Friday In t't��-
montn ii' 8 o'clook. In tile emaili
aaiK, '.'"lit tf_   bwb' block.
WHEN  GOING EAST
^SK THF. TICKET AGENT
TO SETVD YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
hight Tra'm   Ever*��   Uiv in thr  Yea'
R1_TWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Seattle,  itt.]
eluding all U. S. poinl   i a ; ind south
also all joints betwi en   . , Wesunii|
ster and  Blaine, via G   N   it.
Note.���Cloverdal ��� an
vor Valley, Surrey Centri   i.    ,  ���,, ,
vii  and  Kensington    1',  ...      gaz
mere, Port Kells,  Hall .
Nicomekl despatched la     exceptSiii
daj ;      Clayton,     Mon ' ;
j Thursday  and    Saturda       Tyneheai
land Hon Accord, Wedni   laj   ���.. | -
; urdiiy.    These mails ai ���    dl reci . -
stinio days ;is despatchi :
1 I.OO a.m.���Vanco ivi      ,      r.,i
Central Park, via B. C   Ele |
; way.
12:30 p.m. -Stnawbei
! berland and South \\
i courier (Tuesday and r
! :30 ii.m.���East Burnal u j
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam j
2:30    p.m    Ladner,    r rt   -���     i
��� Westham  I land and  3 in ury,  Jiil
except Sundaj,  Woo lv til
Thursday nnd  Saturda 4
Favourite, Capt. J. C, it           -   .
ton mall despatched and
Vancouver.)
Vancouver and !'
X. R. north.
4;00���Vancouver and       nab)   i
via B. c Electric ral
aa  extra  mail is ���; I to   .
botla \ la VancoiK er i I
Blaine a,ud Seattle,
S. pot ut ri east and via G. X
"Flyer."
1:45 j :;.     C   P,  I.   ���
l'i     i-   Mills  an ',   i   -
Th...-  two  '.
ma ... .soutii an i  ���
> all   i.oiuts    [i i.in    Sew
��� i ���   i including   Lai ;i
via Port Hani ��� >    I .   1:1
K.  despatch  omli
pointa east  ot Coq i ���'
Maadows, Poo I Hate
Webs tax's     Corners,    M
Agassiz   and   Hav.
Malls tor Poet Mood-.   ���
both Via Vanro'i. er and C   i'i   ':"1'
Mails   Received.
j     (..-In  a.m.���Ulaltie an I    *
��� eluding all I.', s. polnl     - a 0. I-
; "OwJ."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.   "*;���  "���    ���   1,:'
Tlmberland   ami  South   v.   i ninsl
��� by courier (Tueadaj and 1
8:21) a.m.-  Vancouvi r  "'��� I  ���
i via B. ('. Electric railwa
9:30 a.m.���Vancouvi i      ' '��� N
10:00. Ua   11:00 a.m. j
Oulohani We-ttham i
jdajr,  Thucaday and Sal
ward, vU a__ea_mer Favo ir
! ton despatched nnd reci
W.ii'CJ
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IFWATERNAL   ORDER    OP*  2AG_..��3
Aerie Xo. 2&- Meets evenv Tuo��la.<
eveneaa  at   3  p,  in., lti   the  Batgli
hiti.il.   Columbia   Street,    A.   Clai ������
\\".  Pres ;  H   Schoflel I, Seorettw)
THE TRAIN   (��!���   J'AME oouvm  |
rHE    NORTH--WESTERN.    LTD      UO.20 I n 11:00 a m.   (
F.mbodies the newest    and best ideas  gapped 'i   Pm er M
���>t   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.  lam.
�����d   LUXURY      ?t   ts  lighted   with
1
Trade MAF��r.8
De--.iG.i3
COPYRIGMTS &C.
Anvniiririondlnir netiotrh ond rtr-��.i:-lnf!.-n may
Jinirifirn I7lTin!r\'fr t\t\\   AffO'lM/i AnufitifBOtidltiit BBtictrh ond rtfi'-i-lntl.-n mny
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iont, li.'.i. ol-liiat iii_^ii"-. for f..,'.Hnnir|)-it,.':ii!i.
I'ul.mil tiikon tluniitfli Miii.it at CO. reuolv*
ip��i_ilfivlt.��, willi-iat'jlmrtio, Initio
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished. A hunilno-nolr lllimtrnlwl wiMKly.   r_��t'i{i__it clr-
i ctiliitliiii 'it any BOlonilftO lournal     TyrtiiH r'-.r
COLUMBIA    and    Mcl".��Ei_EY    STS., Cahii'Ih. W.W��jau,ptxttae pitptld,   .'oM ��jy
'*'**'*~v nil __,>..~ii ftlerj.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    BC.       | ^^^0.^^-1^^.
Phone   431*                        p* O �����<"���  ���*�� fenwOaoe.mFBUWaiUustou.lic.
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TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
lor CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, -mail,
express and freight connect with
��tages at Carcros_ and White "Horje,
maintaining a through winter let-vice.
Foi  information ^.pply to
I. H,  ROGERS, Traffic.  Manager,
THE ROYAL TEN-MLA HS OF TBm
PE1A.NCE meet every Wedaa-sdi*-
at 8 o'ckX-k p, m., In OddltoMonw
hAi'i, Columbia il r	
SON3 OF 8COTLAND  BENEFIT Aj
80CIATJON, LORD OF THE ISLF!
CAMP, 191.���Moots "ii 'hr. Ji'lis! :��n
Third Tneeday of every month 'i
K. of P. ball.   Chiel W. Swthertand
l. 0. O. F.���Royal City Loage, No. E
���Meets in Oddl-eHow;-' Hall, Col
um'.la Street, every PrMay evening
at * o'clock. VlsPin;. !'re*_hr��>n will
lm made welieome, 8, E. Ollley,
N. Q.; c R. OBbornei P. G-, recording secretary.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE Mo
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
Rod Rose Degree meets Second ; n<J
Fourth Wednesday of each month
In K. of P. Hall, ���'"������.itimliln St., a<
8 p. m., v��*hltii Roue Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month, snini
time an.l place,
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include thu Union Lodge, No. I), A.
K. and A. M.; Klnt; Solomon IxidRO,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1598; Court
aapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
K., Court Westminster, Na 3110;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Neat No. 29;
ts   lighted
"���'!i   electricity   Mid   gas;,   the   mosi
.ri'liantly    illtimi.t.ited    train    in    tlu
world      The   equipment   consist*   o-
���    .ite    -on.-iartrn-Tit    c;ir*      <ta "i 1 t r*
tn   section   sleeper.;,   luxurious   ilinin
car, reclining  cflwr cars  (scats  frio,
modern   day   conches   and   buffet,   II
brarv and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,   Folders, or  ���vn*
further information  call   on  or  writ.'
F. W. PARKER.
7__0 Second Avenue. Seattle, ft'*ih
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train aService Between
Chicago, London,
.
I -.iin \i rn    Vancouver,
;ind  l''r;i.*'f Ann
l  30 |,.iii    !���;.! -��� Burns
���j; :n  p.m.-  Burqultlam
3:30 p.m.   Blaine an I
oludtmg t.li ''��� B, po
Dal ireea Blaine and N
vi.i (!.  S. R-    (Sei
toys <>n which  these
patched and receive!
4:�����,.  p.in    Vancou rei  ��� '
"t'-lyer."
6:20���Vancouver an i  ���
B. C. Electric railwa;
9:20 p.m,   Sum.
eluding all ''��� S i1"1"
|)01_|
:
tween Huntingdon nnd N
!
I stor,
1 east
via C. P. R. south;
and Fraser Mills
, (��� r
Hamilton, Toronto, "The Milwaukee
Montreal, Quebec,
Limited
Paul
The   Pioneer   UmiteB h|
a��3_2 '*:....-<
Portland    Rnctntl        Chicago,  "South
r unidiBu, Dosion,    Kansa9 City t0 Ch,cago
Ami all the principal business centers of i
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  tho MARI- ;, ,
TIME PROVINCES. ' eq
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and ; wa
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls, own and opera
For Tim" Tables, etc.. aefflress **�� - ' """'
GEO. W. VAUX,
No   trains   in   *���  "(l,,
ilroad   in  the   world    ' M
aukee  *  St.   I ��UI   ]*��� ,tep���
���n  nnd ooerate their ��wn ���_,,.,
iitii
il
pve    h< t
servi.t
,., their trail
. trons  an  ��������*���-
btainable el��wher��
,i;,  , btamame *���������      AgeOl
Agiistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket- H. S *�����f: ??!,1*\m. ��\
A rent, \% Ada��� St.. Chieauo. III.    ; 134 Third ��*��. cor Aldrr hENR^'S
.   ...    -ni   ..nick.
MADE IN CANADA
I ROYi
Seeds,TreeS,P.an!S  I	
H1
���,,       jiM    GARDEN,
:    '
���
RVATORY.
; i asonable
cale   or
,    ui- . . No
|l   .    J oil.
loi oi trull trees
fall    trade,
:     Plum    and
in '. adlna
��� ia.ll    fruii
Town and
on from
:; ,. ,   f ir fall
gn ei 'i-
Buv    direi I
YEAST
Sa^
'.���>
Bupplies
Cul     KloW-
I
i Cai   ogue Fres
M.J. HENRY      |
greenhouses  and   Seedhouses.    R
301(J  Wistminster   Road. r.
Best Yeasi
in ihe World
and
Used
Everywhere
Of ELECTIONS
T MORAL TO CHURCH
'   H-   Barraclouci   Speaks ' ��n
���  to   His   Congregation ���
Christian   Crusade.
pri ai hi
the    I.   ' -
ie at Queer
la ���    ��� vening,    taking
���    1  ���    1 ��� 1' 1:       G1 v 1
ir   calling    an I
outset lie ex-
...ii..       i   conie  ex-
iing   sensa*
ointed,   1      bi
ring   to 1 i   .
I i'"'1"  ��� on th'   '   :��� -t:..n it,.
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1.NCOUVER.
mth Van*
Of    -��� mi        yon
������������������   ries   an '  ol
K   Wi      a',, are
s
TENDERS
 : t'u*ni  ��� on th'   >   11 stian lit' ���
E.W.G_JlettCo..Ltd    I, ,   ,,i,;,.,.,,
Tore.,!.,, Ont. ., .
ol mora]  reform as the
politii   n ���,, ...., ,-,   ,,,,... .
m ��� hi .   iug ;i   ���
'" 11 .11 ion     witb
those ���:. .    . hich m right-
eousm ;     ith  due    delibi
....;,": ,;1 ���   ��� ��� '1   ��� ..        1  the v
���    ������ ��� .. .1       \s   he
id      . ���      .       i-fort  he thougl     ���   . ild
.......   H tive 11
��� B  ��f"v
IN LlfSCrJCS I queensborough um
' I -General Store
iMfKMHIB
tion there was bai I ..   m    m   1
��� ������ :
!     .   both    Ides,  1 nli hi
had com.  oui   .
for on< r the otlier.     A'h
not 1 moi .
iron    ���      onounci d on  'tb
houl      e no       stlon
c 11   .-..-��� ���
Mi. b .- ��� .   ��� his
ence, hi ������ ided to ino' hi ,
fact which ii taughi organisation li"
a oui l like to see more 01 ganis ati a
of in 11 and wotni n in 1 he church, nol
leaving the work iu th . an 1 .1
small coti: ie ol woiI ���   -     SI n sh >ul I
no., rn the  politicians dans
the men    Let them use dlllg. nei
Sure thai  they would  securi   1 lection
���0 the home of grace, and all glory
The choir were ia --- ted   a a  musical s< rvlce by the Mack ���; 011 ei s.
LULU   ISLAND.
We an   paj lng no rent,   uo
lers and    the   elei I.s   an
holders.
ed    to    the      So we can *U :  ' ' tomei
ed    Tenderi   ���>ues al '���"        '
��� .    uon,   B.   <'.'       H��re ls one snap
office    unti
Not embi i    - i
:,   Of   ii   pU il i
Choice Potatoes and Turnip, delivered to any part of the City. 75c per
Sack.
I~l. Crane
Westminster
Transfer Co.
. :,   1 nn in- Been
[ .1     lined   at   this Proprietor.
icatlon to th    Close bj Bouth end Lulu Islai     B
| 'Phone  146.
are notified  th -
��� .. considered   inless
[ij,, on ��� ited   form   Bupplie 1.j
]��� 1   actual   Blgna-
I !
be accompanie i
| ii  .ni 11 chartered
| ���   to  the order o
���;. . Minlstei  of Publli
1 :;  per e.-ll!   110
.._��� ��� ml  of   tli..   ti ndi
felted lf 1 be per on
��� 1 enter Into a 1 1
;   upon   to   '!<i   30,   oi
��� te the  ��ork  1.ui
tender be nol  ac-
, 11] ' e rei 11 ue ;
;..- - nol  bind ll
��� ���  01 an;   ti nib
I ESSIER,
Sec ��� ts
w 01   a   On  wa
.- paid fo
with
l ii- a; --I- n:.
'  taifflee 'Phone 18s.      Barn   I 13/
Columbia   Street
Bag ��� ige   di llvi red   prompt!:    to
anj   part ol the citv.
Prince   Rupert
Has First
Light and Heavy Hauling p.
nrnrr      -r d a u    r_ tr ra _*"\T A     A A   ^^
Tenders Wanted
OFFICE���TPAM   DEPOT
QOOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
��� ARE  NOW  ON  BALE  AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERV   STORE
Prince Rupi   t, .Nov. 1      \
In   Knoxvllle   wai
the loss totalling close on t.i $50 1. Tinea in ��;is 0.. ned an .... >... W
G. Smith, ��lm un.- . . ai 1 be 1 Imi .
und bj Alex, Baxter and u man named
1 ii mt. i;.' . lefl i... cabin to go to j
the wharf to see rhe City of Si a : ;<
1;: Ive, .in I v. .iiii iiuii., 1 he flre star 1 d
li is supposed they lefl n hoi Are In a
��� ��� iron stove,    Mr.  .smith  losi
J.   G.   GAMON'S cigar   divan.   F.  .,,1,.  compass, and everything he hi
_.   _.   ���        _. ,,.,,  , _
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE   and  exce I  the clothea he    had    on.    Mr.
���THE FAIR," Columbia  Street. Baxter toil  everything except  a  pall
of blankets. Mr. Grant lost hla clothing and BOme jewellery, a man named
Callow had a trunk in the cabin and
ii  was burned,   The cabin waa Bomi*
���  r'.. ano ��� epai a
11   Bridge" will be
: Igned up to  1
������  ���     .    7th, 1908,  for  tin
I>. O. Boz  474.        Tel.  58.        R*-s.  421
.     material    and Estimates   Submitted.
..   ���f    a    bridge ^7 ��� -���������������* trom ",!,,M' r;"'i,,s ,'""'
b Arm of the Fraser ..Westminster.. are was not notlcedHintll it had mad.*
': ��'- Present  LuluL^���. it|^^l#.     h headwa)  ",iM """"   """   '
iron   Works
;1     M~ (!u, JOHN   REID,   Proprietor. !,ould
Manufacturers of
,  will  in* provided -
W   bur  Wrlght'i    Motor  Explodes.
��� ��� ..v. 11. is oi c it Ins
Wrought    Iron    Gates,   r-ences,   Crest- .     _.
ings. Balcony   Railings, and
.,   Clerk. Fire    Escapes.
���   foi   Fifteen Hun , __     ..       ...     , . s,       1     While    W '
1   Genera  Machine Work and
ccompanj     each  ����������"���"���**��� "��� tin* Vim        i  1   "pianist, was
BLACKSMITHING ..,.���      ming
not neces   .   . i|ne , xploded      .1
Office and Works: ���' "  Injurj  an 1
\   Ul'NC VN, otherw lsi    I   ni
'.., cierk.   renth Street,  ���   New Westminster
li r   Oct   13
on- .nn be Been
'
K  li
pOFESS10NAL.
W
'KO it l).    Barrister
Crescent block,
and      Mcl.en/.ie
''���'��� n. n.
BARR18TBR,  SO-
12  Lorne  Street.
it��   ,, l!���'���' ������  New Westmin
.     ' ���   ���
I   Coinn Blackie i'
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Blackie Blk.,
(V.j ., '���   N'i "���    Westminster,
THE
WiLUBLE^
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FIRE ALARM   BOXES
i'linoiii!..
"���'< VRRIE,  BAHR1S
etc,   Offices, Ne*
'rrapp    Block
���    Lreet,,
^A?A^
corn ���!
I    .    ' ' I3IWI    a
'1  block, coin
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ent
net jtti voi/tflDi r
its m a rn.-1 -*���" Ll III I
JIlU���MMtt nWlttm*
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A   Hardman.     A. JameS.    J, Mr.Clucjhan
PLUMBING
and   MgATlNc'
Fronl Street    Trust Blocl
,,   Asylum.
���    ,(,,..,,,  City   Mills.
I     (���;,. nn vou and  ''"-utli
jt���Royal avenue and Eighth
g   pifth avenue and 1 welfth.
ia   si, Mary's Hospital.
,;;    Second  and  Pari; Row.
11   Columbia and  Dufferin
IB   Sapperton
���j.;    1 lin-i'ii I   avenue  and   S!_.ili
24--...-ni avenue and Sei ond,
���_���;,    fifth    iv-one   and   fourth
26���Fifth avenue and mighth.
;.,*   Third avenue an I t< nth.
Agnes and  sixth.
���m   Scbaake Mnchlne Worl ���
:,-,   colu m'--1 and Mi Kensl
:jf,--C. P, R   Station.
42���Srauli k Bucklin Mills
m*w*wsm
���SOUTH W��ST/r7//YST��/f.
"\
*or suso.'y/s/orr or.
-" " -     I.,-,.   .. �����. ,r 1. ,    -1 1   in       **m,^mmmt^m��   ���
The proof of the pudding is In the eating of it, and to judg'- from the way the 5-acre blocks in out
South Westminster subdivision .... iein�� go . up, the Investing public recognize a really good thinr
when they 3ee it.
���Mj  lol  is a  peach!'1 said on   man tvho   ought about two weeks ago, and only examined his pur-
��� for the first time yesterday, "and l would not take double what 1  paid  for it.    You do noi    ay
��� . ���   -!.  about  your  splendid subdivision.    It is by far the best thing advertised in any of the pa-
l an 0 make a home on in.. 1   farm and will commence building right away. I con'idtr
. very shon   time,    .   .,,..-;  as valauble a- any along     the     Yancouvor-\\"e..iminster'
*
-���   ... two ol   ti.-  ni..;...   ���   ��� ;..;.,  references   to oui  900-acre subdivision, and _,o   to
-  temeni    ai-   based on laci ard will bear investigation,    as   for   Instance,    wh u  w��
- 11    tli .       ������   Ch  liwacl*. tram runs through and has Its first fixed  station  Ir  the centre ot' the
��� ".      ���   found exactlj as we represent.    Wi ���   this point to offael it' possible the bed ef-
i.ii ol itati .������.- circulated in an effori to -iii certain other lands,    that     the    nev    tram   line   runs
��������� ien,  as   a matter of fact, an old discarded trail llm  I   the only thin.  It; evidpnce.and
the   1 oute, where actual  construction  is  rapldl;   advancing, is miles away.   Thia sori oi  thing
'.'"���   no good and brings dis ti 111   on   thi       1 letnatoi   of the canard.
All ther exi   lleni and variously named orchards, ga dens and    pple  grove     w      all right  Ln
tlioi:  waj and place, bui are n<jt in thi   same class with ours    This 1-- conceded by all.
Dm principals have control of all the good bind al the South Westminstei end ������; the Chllliwsick
Iran, line aud it Is here thai the wl 1 ones are now Investing, recognizing thai our choice BUhuroftn
villa site-, jfossi-.s.-; soil admir.ii.!. suited to frull culture, and can b^ purchased tor $100 per acn- thi
same price asked  for 5**cre    loclu  situated Coin   10 to -" miles distant from town.
Ouj   subdivision has <in.'..  been on tha market   < few ��<���<!_.-*, bui during ilim shon time w��   havi dis-
po       ,.  ..<-,   tt'i" .ici.-*-    This li.'i**! speaks for Itself,
a.*  1..:   .ati -    re w*w      ���     13 miles from   town, wkai   shoi  d  they  be   worth  two  Biles
a waj.   v.!.. ; ���    j   1  haw   b oon vei    nces 1    ell    life?    This is the wu    tl      piestloi *ln    Bg-
ui-. ��� o , -c1 : ;- ;. ;n our fa roi
Don
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,     no mil 1     ���        ���   1.       rl        will ud1
��� ���    .'���'.-)'���        iver day    f\.nj hour will sui     .11   .A. tal
half : .��� i" lii-i- ���.
nn1
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LIMITED
T. R. Pearson, Manager
New  Westminster,  B. C.
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. I candidate's paper published    day    by ago were slandering him and his par'
J1 day of the great work the governmenl (without stint.
PunUshed by the Dally News Pub- j had undertaken tor th.- especial bene- ,n lh(, tace of wiut hag |)een _...,,,
Iishiug Company, Limited, at their flt of t:a-** cit? an<*> district. The rldl- and done by the member-elect, ani
offices, coruer of Sixth and Front ;,Mll(* is ����w said liy some of these the en'dorsatlon of his course by the
streets, New Westminster, B. C. croakera to have been only a joke of people, however   much    Mr.   Jardine
 ���-j an irresponsible, but  it was given    a  WOuld like to see the work carried   to
E.  A.  Pa.ge Managing  Director |pkce on the fr,)U'   I,as�� of *���������-������ ni>'"'-  completion,    and   his    willingness
-;i: lilic,- his  time and  expenses,    his
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would    go,   if   he
Ladies' Hair Dressing!
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MONDAY,   NOV. 2.   1908.
ELECTION PURITY ?
'ine eastern papers coming to hand,
reveal very deplorable campaign
methods on the part of the Purist
Tories. It is hard to believe that
which actually occurred in the central
Conservative committee rooms in Winnipeg, where some 300 to 400 men
were continuously regaled with beer,
etc., during tbe Saturday and Sunday
previous to polling day. Two bars
were set up and those who wished to
pay for their stimulants paid, but
there was the splendid (?) provision
made tlv.it if the price was not forthcoming, the litpiids were handed out
free. In the first place it was illegal
to have these unlicensed liars running
at all. lt. was illegal, supposing they
operated under license, to vend or dispense Intoxicants on Sunday. It was
illegal to have intoxicants at the candidate's committee room for general
distribution. It was illegal for the
candidate or his agents to treat between the nomination and the close
of polling day. If H were not illegal,
if the law did not expressly prohibit
what. wa. done, which it clearly does,
then the proceeding of carrying on a
drunken debauch for days in the central committee room of any candidate
is an offense against common decency,
and every person connected with it.
directly or indirectly, should hang
tiieir heads in shame that such flu
nr .;. was carried on for the purpose
of elect ing a supporter of the
who litis none up and down the
calling for purity of .-lections.
\\ hat   value can  be placed by
not so much ol a joke as these should ,,, doi.lllc, because he person- Applications will be received bv the
people thnk, when the man respon-1 a���y would ]Uce't0 ,see this city .,u>i undersigned up to 4 p.m. of MONDAY
sible for the Columbian Is sitting to dlstrlct ghare in the great progression !hl. 2nd November, 1908   for the m>-
":       :  ' -1 and not because of the cringing desi.v ,itiou    of   Assessment   Commissioner
for   the   City   of    .New   Westminster, i
Salary at the rate of |125 per month.  '
W.   A .DUNCAN,
Usual price 75 cents
WILL BE SOLD FOR
to the .government, and matters affecting us are under discussion. If the
"wireless" had appeared just once lti
might have been passed as a joke, but
when it was persisted in day after day
to cast doubt ou the veracity of the
-Minister of Public Works, Hon. Ur.
Pugsley, as to the purchase of the
Fruhling dredge and as to the work
being carried out with it, what have
we a right to expect from a man who
is, like ourselves, human. What can
we expect, when before these men
whom the country have again honored
with its confidence, sits the man who
has, continuously for years, maligned
them as rascals, grafters, boodlers,
thugs, and who when he referred to
tho firs' gentleman of Canada and the
brightest statesman under the British
Hag today, Sir Wilfrid Laurier. hid no
other term by which to refer to him
than thai of "Laurier and Loot."
If the ' lectorate did nol agree with
this continuous blackmail, why did it
endorse the man levying It? wiiy
did it endor.-e the man who took the
migliiiesi of all agencies, the pen. to
blacken the reputation of the men
whom the electorate where they are
best known has declared to be clean
and able administrators '.'
It is of little use to say now that
the electorate were over-credulous,
because unlimited proof of the falsity
of the charge, made was forthcoming,
and if guilt was still believed ln when
manI Innocence was fully proven, the Brit-
land I ish fair play we boast of so much is
a myth.
Mr.      The sitgegstion made that   Mr. Jar-
of the misguided and credulous Tories
to get  something    they    know    their j
chosen Moses la unable to procure for
50 cents
 AH new and the latest.
them. City c]fM.i,
: ,_  ���'''���*   Hall, Xew  Westminster,
Oct. 29, 1908.
Get the Habit 	
Is It Good
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
(Three Years With J. A. Lee.)
lias just opened    aud    solicits    your|
patronage.    Furniture   made   to   an;,
special  design;   office   and   store   fix-
Such is the general  verdict tures;  all kinds of furniture repaired.
regarding   our   new   line   of First Class "Workmanship.
Three only $40 Columbia machines, nickled
horns.   Sale price         *32
Three only $35 Columbia  machines,  red "
horns.   Sale price      ^a on
One only $55 Columbia machine, nickled
horn.   Sale price $45.00
leather goods. Including hand
bags, wallets, purses, bill
folds, card cases, etc.. just received. These good.- are of
first quality, and the prices
right. To see tinm is to admire them.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 26 Alexander St
Opjiosite Tram Office.
P.  O.   Box  304. House  Phone  B 23.
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J. H. TODD'S Music House
NliW   WESTMINSTER
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Also received n  fine lln
Toilet Brushes of   all    kind.-
Come in and see them, tin
are worth your attention
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Special    for    Today���"Globe"    Note
Paper���ruled ���15c per box.
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Have opening  up.  Christmas Goods daily,   our  .  .
most complete ever shown In the city.    Call and examin
���jf Gold Jewelry, Fountain Pens. Umbrellas.   Jewel   Cases,
Sterling   Silver
etc.. etc.
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'������r. Glass.
Goods,   Leather Hand   Bags,   Watches.  R ngi, Chi
m.
Borden upon support gained with such dine should go to Ottawa for the ses-
open bribery and corruption. The tin-j sion in the interests of the river Im-
fortunate thing is that  Winnipeg was provement,  which   lays  so  near    his
not alone in its orgies, but that
mi'hods verj similar were used at
other places, some of them not   fifty
lb - from Mew Westminster, th ��� dlf-
[en ip ������ of not being actually In the
committee rooms was more than mad..
duration of the free supply
U the recipients, which In one case
exten .   . ���'       ' ks.   Fi i neat
ness of d iution 1 ..������ Tories in the
v.,. : ci rtainlj I ike the palm, Small
��� ottles were fill ' and | laced In card
.,,,. rs with cii!' rent design ti ins
th' ��� ... the in"- ��� fai di Ite beiag
'-.-��� ii.i c locolates,   This certalnlj was
indl     ��� ban canne : tomatoes, barrel-
.  a iples or canned fruits and was
le s i ;is, of detection, but    In    some
��� ��� i iu have bei n more costly be*
causi . : the inside wrapping being
made up of Dominion bills, Safe-
guarde I as offenci - generally are, in
nearlj everj ;:i anc ��� some a rnei ol
the shield i. lefl uncovered, and wo
' -."''t to .-,.- thi penaltj of such care-
lesBness beconu verj interestin be
''-,:''   the Hon .��� mi ets a!  Ottawa,
h'viit. and wiiich he would like to see
put through to completion, together
with other matters of vital Interest to
this city, is beyond question the
meanest ,titiir.de thai could be taken
v the verj men who only a f< w days
The Fair
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New Westminster
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No;. 8 and 9, 35c each.
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""I- Al!'- Olii ��� 3pm! ing al Kara-
loops on Thursday said: \\ g ivern-
ment must be guld. i in Its polic; to
:i ''���'���'���' '������'���-��� extern bl the rotes of
the people." uv have , .,, , ,,, ...
'���: wm . Tories, .,-in .,.,.] iCeenl thi
mistake they b ive ma I . and the m
nlflci '��� ��� "������  in-.    he    '���, ..    ioi
,h;ii  i!! Pointing oui thai  th rem
l:"''-  ' '   Ifled it, acci ning thi
��� ��� rdlcl  of tho    consl    . ���.
���|. veli.;..,.. mt,
Intere i
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���' ��� ���      ���    em lng
���'������.��� 'ice '..    in     :
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bai n done bj  ;;:.. e rerj
people who are iioa .    lng ���.,.  tm n y
i thej  hav- Btrui k a hi    ,
1 ���   ���     am ���    people    .
over the victory In thl.  constltui ncj
ii  nighl of election t Ith I mid and
:"" hi ���:.'   procession, and it was noi
tif   nexi morning thi y awoke to
tb ��� c ild bard fai t thai in itead of In
h ; .-���)������     ,.���  Liil <���; il  govei nmeni    the;
had ii    red I io!r nn al organs to i pi c
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li ii-   iseh ss  ai   thl    lute  dinte  to
tli      ... ie not   adverse    to   the
l-*aui lei   govei nraent's policj    of   de-
������ : ��� Ins the We.i and Improving our
gi  ��� - way,    TJic    government's
pollc; musi be judge I as a whole, The
Ji ��� '";;e cannoi hand out Buch an
' mphatlc ; rotesi on on ��� ilngl ��� lti tn
of thc government's administration,
and tin n i lalm thai it agn ��� s with all
Lhe ": hei   | links in lta  policy.
Si ( I:   a   .en ten l ion   is   nirani     n incase,   i .v tlculai 'r   when  it  endorsi d,
a- '���   ,'b! !-i this ':--'-. th ��� rldli ule the
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In all sizes from 18 to 34.
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for Gi
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THE WHITE HOUSE
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a  calf leather \iw..\ q] -,.],,, ,. ,.,,, g00t> u-:,
upper leather of Olant-Calf���our most   re
liable Boots
THE "DOCTOR   SPECIAL."
A    Blucher cul box call Boot, with viscolized
waterproof soles   a boot we highly recom-
to give comfort in every detail.
made of Brm   Vi,i kid,  uppers  lined
leather; the bo] - are heavy viscolized
ned and thoro tghlj  waterproof.
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Winl      c,ii!   Boots
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weather.
extra   heavy
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Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   H0t
BEST   QUALITY
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House Lid BaFFICE: m s foot of s ��� ���m ss
y��,rr_L      17J* Tl _ OUT YOUB
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N.w We..���,.**,-, b. c.  ��|The Edison Theatre    Chrislmas Curtains
Corner Columbia and  Begbie.
High Claea Moving Pictures, liius-
tmted Houks. Program changed Mon-1
day, Wednesday ami Friday,
DONE if ai
Royal City Laundry
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.ormal condition la restored   in   our   city,   tbe   to"Ilow3ag  ite n_*
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Ki...,. govei  OH  a tox ot  "B.
jC    ���    irs and try one.   It will mui-"*
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������tuned on Satiir*da>'
���--enl cities on bu���",���'
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am   sodas *.*oc per tin at
'��� rioni stree .
A masquerade wiil be given in   ���*���*������
r o coquitlam i&v*-?is aow t
<;.. ���       _   i;,. Jaui, this being a cm-'
Se the   recent   steady  down-
;��� Th    dam  was  submerged  for
th time    since    the    summer
moi ., f-vjday  morning.    \- fai
as learned, everything is    ���������'
good mdltlon,   precautions   ha
been taking against the expected rush
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Specials in
Rocking Chairs
Regular $1.25 for  90c
Regular $2.25 for $1-90
Regular $5.00 for $4*50
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the Jovia] club.
For lirst class cut flowers pot plants
Davis & Son,
florists.   Tei. B 208. M
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK. COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Opposite  Lome Street.      Phone 73.
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Migh-Grade Tailored S*_irt<��
1.12 to $14 values, $7.75
. ick, navy, brown, plain and fancy Panaaa and
...   , Voiies;  varied design      ribbon   trimmed    and}
.   ,   detail.   Th.-se wer**    hi iped    ;���   expresi  Dromt
,. Mr. Smith, who   purchaai I   them   at  an  enormous.
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$12 and $\I
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17.75.
S3.7-5 to $4.50 Sample  Underskirts
for $2.00
������ ai]     ihionable shades  of  N  ���'--  Sili.   tloire,  full pleeted',
Qnished.    Reg. $::::,  md  -' values for ... $Z.oa
Seasonable Snaps  in   Staple   Dept.
���   and  yards of beautll     Whin   Flannelette at  '
!    !:       i    15c values; firm Cai idian make; pure, unadEu
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
merit���the "Brillante," made by the
B.  C, Cigar factory.
"The Reciprocity of Life" will be
the subject of an address by Rev. A.
K. Eatherlngton, vice-principal of Columbian colli ge to th ��� Epworth
��� i sue of Que ns avenue church this
even.ng,
The '"��� -t plai ������    i gel tall - and ,
,. -st-class   cui     flowers    is    Davies'I
n.
greenhouse    Tel   B 20S **;
ersarj     of    the
tlan Temp    tn e I'nh'rf1
���ill be celebrated bj a grand i
mil.    in   oHeens   avenue   Methodist
church school   %"���-">�� Thursdaj even-
1] i|, tie     h md',. "B  C." and "Old
t"    cigars.      TW     ��H    reliable
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cutlve tn'*' ting of i be' jVest*
Iberal  association  was  held i
.  room;  on Saturda\   eve-
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��� the mem! s  In    the
Ise isse -  il  length.
At the court of revision of the provincial voting list to lie held today for ,-:-***.>-l:-*..:--':*,**":**'. .'-*<?-*-ir-*-: ���J'-���'~U- %***%>+^fa**fc*$P**l^^
th.   electoral    districts    of the    city,   j
Deltta and Dewdney, there are ..itwut
127 i made up of city -"'7, Dewdnej   47,1-jjj1
and Delta 23) names to be passed upon.   Those who have made application
within  tii,.  lust  few days cannot    bo
placed on the list, .as the names have  ���
to be pi -t.-.i a month,
Good  potatoes,  75
Kyle's, Fronl  Bl -
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near future weij
In bis sermon yesterdaj evening at
8t, \,udrew_ church, Rev, J, S, Henderson dealt with "The Greater Sin"���
Selfishness, making a telling m.-net-
ment against the hidden can-., of many
of the ei Us of modern lit '. He point, d
out that selfishness is really ai the
eg. of almost ever*) sin to which flesh '
j. .I'icted, as without thi.' _nc��B_.*ve{ ���.
of   ell i-econij1*0"3 moa" <>f ���������e glaring   ���
ol this worl'u *v*-"ul,i f��li ,nt0
Ca    an 1 gradually pass awa;
j Gordon's Dry Goods liouse
Special Sale
of Ladiesf Coats
Friday and
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Wrapperette for 20c yd.
er  I" different  designs, In            ud boral effect -. sui -
its, kimonas, etc.,  going  I       23c  yard
A Great Glove Value at  $1.00
.    r..are  that  ne Bell a laranteed  Kid Glove    for
- .     \\'e   i ������     .. tbe    fat -famed
(guaranteed) < mbodh - q lallty,
affords  amp]   choo co ira and si       Gei
Kl i Gloves ���'      od qua ind ne it style, hav In ���
iack -  an I Billi     ... ��� - ilng     th            it;     2
' .:"   , modi      la md navy-   Guaran-
  $VC0 pair
The   IToung   Peopl**?..
Trinity  cathedral   bai ���*���
I hold a Thanksgiving tea
&��� | provisions  next Saturday   ��-
\Q Cunningham   dock, conn-*"'
-.- ���  stri ������; and C irnarvan.   Do-rfvs
,j#|3  p.m
of all        Is
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in l  -ale   of
Jn the new
if    Sixth
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Sev< nty-five een; Columbia Disc i
CO   :    -toing at  .".ii cents.    .1.  II
music house. Burr block.
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police   statistics  for   ihe   past *
month are as follows;    Keeping dis- *
hous .   l:    drunkennese,    aO; i
Indian act, 0; liquor license by-law. io J.
vagrancy, 3; trades license by-law, i jj
dlsorderli  conduct,  I;   Inmate   bawdy V
house, 10; malicious Injury   to    pro- V
pert;    I;  assau!-. 3; obtaining money V
���  ���  pretences,  i;  pound  by-law, .
1:     eeper  bawdy bouse,  3;    . anitai.
''���      '    l;  tli, ft. 2,    Total. 71.
Ladies' Covert Cloth Coats, newest styles
-regular price $22.50, special price
at... ^  $15.00
Ladies' Cloth Coats in black, navy and
fcrown--regular price $25.00. special
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ath   room,   pantries,   closets,,   .'."?�����
���d;     horse   s* i  .  carrl ige    ���-     ������ ;   '**���-
mad."
'o  truit  trees; on  full  lot.    For  .-nrtber
Xf*\ particulars ap      I i owner. r.<ii 1 Ei ���   th
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������ '���������    ���'���-   il    he '��������� .   cOUBSil
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Ncv% INeck Ruchings in G.-eater  \
ietv   Than  Ever
mi ii-   of i tt-*-   ai i Ive I
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yet shown
var-
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er Council,  C.O.C.F '
;.n .   en  n ceptlon on
ning, when an c\i igram    of
vocal   and musical i��
ered. A1               nda ol mem-
i   |U( *'��� d
T1'" ���  number
ini ;t,
assured.    Deputa
tion -  �� ii,   wai     ���;
t .,��� *���   .    ,
both j I
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One of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
' lUeg ���.-nc,-  lo   lln
"���   M ij park, an3    d     partku-
���    :i. und   whicb
;:     ��� "���'������  In  -l.n,i.   for .1
lu
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T. M. Smith
Headquarters fpr Women's Ready-to-wear*
At   you     -e'vIce,    optli al
; rge
r's,
I i.
topment classea have been ari.te.-o
*   Moiida;   ai St.  Paul's, and Thursdays Rt  St. Qeorges hall.    The large
cla s for men commences al 6:15 to
I     Thc new B. C. t*. It. -a;  Bardla, now
in use on  tine Interurban line, is   a night at St Paul's,
mode] ol comfort, and will be used as
rt of a train when the single car T;,e Shares of the Royal City Oas
service Is altered to a regular train I ImP".Ovemw_ Co. are now beln^offer-
irk  being  fitted   >itb  couplings  for �����*�����' par ($100) to the extent of 1000
A.,           , -'*!.. ���"*".    The CApltaliEatton authorized
�����-������ ^HHI
Our Stock Patterns in Dinnerware!
"i-ni in white and gold with tour maple leav,i -
���ii cheap,   _<>;i oan bu   anj quantity you wan
dol, $1.50 Co.      : Veg. Dishes, each ,.50c
do��,   ..$1.50 Bakers, each     25c, 35c and 40c
$1.00 ������ atti       each S0c. 75c and $1.<-5
artlcl   In oui  -.-In   ���      oi    25c
lillU   tV-hf     ���
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Peter's  physical and  lung  il>������   ���
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la $160,000 divided into 1500 ubaree.
Tie hoard of directors oonel ts of L
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We specialise this p*fl o
nesa and can guai la i a >��� i'
facl Ion to our i-r.-'oni ts
Canned  Goods
We   haw- Just     received     an-
otin r  carload   of the    fa nous
TaTtm Brand Canm d   Oo <****
Fruit and Vegetabh i,    Be wire
to try these goodi before buying
others.
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GROCERS       Prompt delivery
Ph
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Music   bote-    BurrjEa3tman ,an(1 j   A   RlMlui,
city,    Whitetlde t Edmonds are
Columbia street}8     A:''s f""' ""��� '"""i'^"^ and
this
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t   Snaps this week in Columbta phonographs;   regular  price  $35,  $40  and; \   Lewis, president; C   K. Deal, Van
'j:,',    Sftle prices $23, $32,1651 and $45..couver,   and W. E. Vanstone, H.  A
ll.    H.    Todd'
; block,
.   ,*o   m. .A,.,,..,.;!   1*'"-"' ban**  the bank.-r-i   The COl'P
.    y own.;     in I the City council
. ..     ,.it        ,h (;; n franchise which enables the com-
wiu bi   called  ���'   'it *-��� i K   late, ,."���"-
,     ��� tfl   U     IntO   "'"'nil'   III-   j1
tlon the . ���-' ��������� <J|' ,1'
rh - i. ., ti  "'��� up ftV   the
t!n ��� : ,'..   evi "'��� "
Public Supply Stares GEO��� adams ;
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C imi'!.i.i   Street.
Hew   W|attminster,   B. (J.
PYrvne   92.
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.. first of a   ��� ..������'���
a   Doctrine 'l!1' Duty."   "The
the Standard of Dutj   ind D ic
!  ine,    was tit"1 subject of last night'd now on
to supplj gas for li^ht. heat nnd
pOWST   purposes,   calls   for  ia   stai!   to
I ���     le   within   *:\  months    of    ihe
granting  of  the  franchise,  and    thej
time is fas; passing by tor the com
to gel  'us;,.
. .. , ������
' rdaj  i eln    vi 9b nta Day, tin" i
��� ne    al   Holy   Trinity    cath
��� .   of a i pecial  nal im e.    Tne  R  ���
\   ^i-iiiiricii at th.- evenHflg    .a rvb    ���
...   the man;      alntlj    pi rsons  +
.v.v'li. who, together with th<
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3 Leaders 3
Three ; onnd i good butter $1.00. We
���i'"*' sell! ���, lota of this butter, it Is
giving our  customers   good   satlsfao
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Threa doeefl  b< lected    eggs    $1.00,
1 hese are real food eg ��� i
���'**". i M;uiitoi);i imni wheal Hungar.
'hi ti'-Hir fi',88 per lack, or $6.25 per
I! -K*|-.
Droved a most Instructive  saints  th <��� ���'���'" *>���<  h',vt' "llh    ''
tained   thai"  Wn  saintshlp  bj   much
tribulation    t^   M>    much    '"""''
..... v.ii'.s,. transfer   to   the ��� Kit,h[  (hu 1,(h .j N.:ht" and "Pui on
Ot   llod."    i aid     ������"'
��� u��   watch word��**j
���,,.-,,,���.  oft Saturdaj tor Vancou-  (|.  the BfttatB of (()  in,. Insl  as   hey
ver In Ue    PhflWc   Football    league  Uili. .vi(ll  lih, M[au    wko have    al-1
��� i������iv.mltl,.al!hoi.i;b ai ��� wing  reftdj ( Ql :V(, [n-o m|   ������    Voiw,, was
nit"-"., ni' i is
"Flghi  the goi
��� tpected to he made ai the the whoJe .inu(j|
at the
i, ftKUe meci.ftu this evening   playe I
,\ inl.   his "titiu place Is In-
reacher, should i '
of the saints of to,
wi re with tha saints
i'n I. i ut, red into reel
gtVI ii thai Ihe chun-h  coin
tonlghl   at   s   |un.,  and   thai
Thank giving sorvloe will be
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I hanksgivlng hay. No.   9     to O
il   sje ciiil
hi VI tin
C A. Welsh
The   Peo >le'..
Grocer
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THE   NEWS,
;.,   �� .ltd
j.;,!,,     As   he  in  HOW    ����rW0g    here.
I]!,.,,. shllilbl   le  no iliflic.ii.lt,,   :t   OUI   the
liafVfel.
m��h  .o.iim.. on thi   ;.o-.v.-    cabli     '��� the congregation  were
,  tot-das end Birturttaj evwfffg   was   .It th,. rhnvi.u |1(,u s,ltlll.(|;i>  ' toi
responsi!.:,��� for  the  elecrlc  liirb',  go* ,|, ,.orit(.   foi   the  occasion.     The  Bp.   "' I
,,, of busine** for a few na snites ;,; services win be continued during
mi bom occasions,   The   ..;,.. the oetavfi nnd win therefore be held ,
traffic w3   also WNIftOrarlly ;������<<���'������  ���' orer Sunday, No?, 16,   Choir practice)%
in each '��� - the v'-   was   w     ��d nexi Prf��ay, arte,- the T:80 evensong. %
onto anotli i .".   a   oarly n   iiosSlbto ,.,,1(| an members are asked to attend, t
Linemen wJfe'ai tVork all daj yestei'* *i,,iy coaimunlon will be    celeBrated ���
la;   trying    i��lt)6aWthe cause ot tlh*jnaX|    Ttiursiiv
And   Ih  your hoUSe   furniture,   clothing,   etc ,   insured !     If   not
you cannoi uftoni lo take the chanco of losing It in a f"w mlftul
by tire when you can iiisur. it  iu a reliable Canadian oompanj
for $100(1 ut n. cost of less than a ent a day.
Anyone will admit thai it i.. worth more than that to ba without the worry of finding your home I" ashesi some day    with    no
compensation for your loss.
I'M in*- IfUOta JfOn S rate on either a new policy or au old one as
! can save you money on your premium.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
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Their   Importance   In .the   Eyes  of  th*
Indian  Native.
India  Is so  vast  that different etl
quettes   prevail   iu   tlifferent   districts
We   have  no  standard  etiquette,   nc
standard dress.    We mostly copy l_u
ropean etiquette while with Europeans j v/n|
Even a Bengalese shakes hands with i | VULUNT"l*"
Bengalese, speaks in English foi a fev*
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������������������������������������������������������������^^ ^^^^mmlHmMMH ������������������������������"������������������^
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BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
WARNING TO  PURCHASERS.
tnlstak.!South  African   Voluteer entitled to
minutes and then breaks forth into ilif
vernacnlar.    We shake bands with
l_iiroi>,;in  on  I'.'t; ins:,  but   by
again touch tbe hand to the brow in i (land  grant must    be  by way  of ap
���alaaro,   so    wo   botb   shake    hands   pointment of a substitute and must b.
salaam nnd do the like, anil no sobe   m the form provided by the Act.
minded  European  ever cared  for th
.ynopsis     of    Canadian      North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Do-
assignment ofthe right of atmjuiou  lands  in  Manitoba,  Saska
anomaly.
i be umbrcJla i-s ti. ��� emble n of royal
ty. (be sign of a rajal}, so native;
generally fold their umbrellas before
a rajah and uot before anybody else
however great. It is not a pari of thi
dress, but n protection from the raii.
���'[��� sun. a necessary appendage, jusi
like the watch and chain. Yon mlghl
...��� well ask a European b> take ofl
his waterproof coat. A cooly Is not
bound to fold his umbrella when r
brigadier general rides past. But s
menial generally closes down the uni
brella on seeing his muster, whom hi
considers his kins:. But no Indian,
however humble, ought to fold up th*
umbrella, even before a magistrate, be
cause he is neither the _nast��*i' of th<
humble passerby nor bis superior oil)
cer, nor is he bound to salaam hi*___.
But If he does, no harm, In a word
natives generally fold (lie umbrella
lx-fore a master or a supertur officei
and not nny olher citizen, howevei
great, und tliis is no insult.
S] ��� -ial attenth n is called to Sub-
iec Ion 3 d Section ii of the Volunteei
Bountj Act. 1908, which provld'es thai
no assignmem of the right of a vol-
unti b; the appointment of a stib-
stituti - tall be accepted or recognized
by thi Di partment of tit" Interior
whicb is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
grant issued by the Minister of Militia
and ��� nee in favor of the volunteer.
I. W. GREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
28th   Si ptember   1908,
TENDERS FOR   DREDGING.
Sealed   tenders   addressed    to   the
190.S,  at  4:30  p.
- ,;i-ireil   ai   Coal
in., for
Harbor
redglng re-
Vancouver,
While going lo so* n native. Wiief Ir ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
hla palace the native visitor or official undersigned and endorsed "Tenderfor
bkos off bis shoes if (be reception ,,,,, , in (,i;1, lia,:,m.- wi!1 be n���
room bas a fartisli and the rajiih is sit '
ting on his musnud.   But if he ls re j ce*ve&   until   Friday,     30th   October,
(���.dred in the drawing room, furnished
after   the   European   style,   tho ehee
nro j'JJowed,     In  some sr.Ve.s   I I       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'tlves tUTB go to a rajah wlibout a pii   t-rovlnce of British Columbia:
gree.    Iu, others the pugree is taket |    Tenders will not bo considered  an-
%M ir0^1'!1'0 f*^,��f " 1^'     l��" made on  the  form supplied, and
lh^ Hindoo point of view) to .orrt.v 8
native to take off his shoes.    This li desers.
what we nsk our priest to do, so thai      Specification and form of tender can
we may  touch thc dust of his feetLe  obtained on application  >a  a.  A.
A njuijshj when mildly rebuked by his Keefe Bs resident    engineer,
lahlb took off his shoes, but recounted L,        ,,. ,
.i.      I. i i ���   i. ..     .  ir _._,     ���V"'-'^'    Westminster,
the whole scene to bis better half, say
Ing. "Sala hamara por ka gurds leuaj  tm'    Department    of
magtna!"    ("The brother-in-law- wants | Ottawa.     Tenders   must  include   tu��
Uic dust of my feet.")���Indian Military I towing of the plant to and  from the
���^nzette,  works.   Only dredges can be eniploy-
'ed which are registered in Canada at
the time of the tiling of tenders within
twenty days after the date they have
J Leen  notified  of
their tendei*.
B.  C,    and    ai
Public   Works.
POINTED   PARAGRAPHS.
swan and Alberta, excepting ii and -���
uot i- maj1 be Homesteaded
My  pi        .      io is the sole bead .
family, or anj  male over is year
age, to the exteut ot one-quarter :��� i
tion of lit' . mure or less.
Applicatl n   for   entry     must
made  in person  :..   the  applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency    or    _
agency for the district  in  which th<
i laud la .-,: late,   Entry by prosy t
however,  he made at an  agency
certain conditions by the father, mi tier, son, daughter, brother or sister
an   intending   homesteader.
Tbe homesteader is rejuired to ��� ���
form the homestead duties under one I
of the foi.owing plans-
(1)    At least six months' resldi
j upon  an 1  cultivation of  the land  In
ieach year  for ihree years.
(-)    A Homesteader may,  if )K.
'desires,  perform the    required    ri  I
dence  duties   by  living   on     farming
land owned   solely   bv   him.   uot   I
than eighty  (80)  acres in extent, In
the vicinity of his homestead,   Join
ownership in land will not meet   ;.
requirement.
(3) U the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteadei
c-is permanent resiWace on  farming j
land  owned  solely  by   him,   not  less)
than  eighty  (80)   acres  in   extent, in !
ihe v-icinity of the homestead, or up
on a homestead entered  for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader maj
perform his own residence duties bj 1
living with the father (or mother).
(4) Tho term "vicinity" in the two
preceding   paragraphs   is   denned    as !
meaning not more than nine miles In '
a direct  line, exclusive of the  width '
cf road  u-lowauccs crossed    in    the
measurement,
(5) a homesteadei   intending   to I
perform   his   residence   duties   in   a
cordance with the above while living
witb parents or on farming land own- j
ed  bj   himself must notify  the agi iit
the   acceptance   of | for the district of such intention
Six months' notice In  writing must
No man eve/  landed  a  particular^)
easy position by trying to dodge woik
Almost every man imagines he would
do I lot of philanthropic stunts  If h��        ^	
bad the money. bank, payable to the order of the lion- '��� minion Lands at Ottawa, of intentior
Why Is it that ibe people with notk lourable ihe Minister of Public Works, j to apply for patent.
lng to do but sit aremnd and visit aw jfor one  thousand dollars  ($1,000.0.),| W, W. CORY.
-\n accepted cheque on a chartered j tie given to the Commissioner of Do
mich dreadful bores?
Rome people Imagine that by lielnj
impudent they are showing others thej
are "aa good as anybody."
When a fathar and son are in busl
noss the son can usually tell of a lot o��
mistakes his father makes.
Almost any married man can mak��
his friends smile by saying be Is per
fectly free to (lo as he pleases.
When the carbolic add bottle find.
Itself next to the cough medicine oi
the shelf, Death stops sharpening hh
scythe to lean hack and he merry<-
itchlson Globe.
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'must  be deposited  as  security.
Itself 'for.
"Checkmate."
"Checkmate!" represents "shah mat''
���"the shall ls dead." 'Shall.'' in fact
entered our language long ago via Ar��
bic and olii French, arriving In tlu
form of "check." "Chess" is reailj
"checks," kings, and the cry ol
"Check!" means your king is in danger
benco the verb and BUfcstantivr
"Cb/ck" In all their English meanlng_i-
"'���be-.'k," which was originally th��
counterfoil of a bill
"check" fraud; 'checkered," from the
aspect of the chessboard, and "ex
chequer,!' from the checkered pattern
nf the tablecloth on which tbe kiujj'i
accounts were kept with counters. Al!
these we owe to the Persian sover
cign's title.���London Chronicle.
cheque  wlli  be  returned in cas
non-acceptance of  tender.
The Department does not bin
to accept the lowest or any tender,
I'.y  order,
NAP,   TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa.  October 7,  1908.
Newspapers will  not    be  paid   for;
this  advertisement   If  they insert    it
; without   authority   from   the   Department.
The j Deputy of the Minister of tbe Inter!
of |    N.   B
Unautnorlzea  r -ihlicatioi.    !
this   advertisement   will   not   be  paid
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
that   served   to   calling at Hammond, haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman  &  Ker    wharf,
Synopsis ul Canadian   __iiiii..sti..i.i
Regulations.
Anv available Dominions lands with
jiu the railway belt iu British Colum
| hla, may be homesteaded by auy person
j who is the sole bead of a family, or
any male over IS years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of 100
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
! the local laud office for the district in
j which the land is situate.    Entry bj'
I proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an |
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there i
with    under    one    of the    following |
The Bosnian Roasting Jack.
A curious variety of the old fasb
loned roasting Jack Is used by tb��
peasants of Bosnia and Herzegovina
when roasting sheep whole, as on th*
occasion of �� wedding ceremony., One
often sees near ii running Stream *>
long pole having one end r.-volvin|
freely   In   a   lOCketed   peg.   While   lir
other, overhanging the water, is equip
ped ��iih miniature paddles,   This i��
the Bosnian roasting Jack.   Th :
to I bed  ls  Impaled  on  the  i ig
n lire li i ' underneath, nnd whll*
tbe currenl *>piiis the paddles and th��
pole merrily round the big j ilnl ���
rooked literally to a turn ���Wide World
Magazine.
New   Westminster,   Tuesdays,  Thurs- i pian8-
days and  Saturday at 8 a   m. (1)    At ,eagt slx mouUls- lesidenee
Loaves  Chilliwack  Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAr  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
K. WHITMORP, Secretary.
'Why She Was Pleated.
Tess���Did   Mr.   Borem  ever .iill oi
.Ies-;    Yes;   be   called   lOSt   rv.ii
lng    I was quite delighted when tl
jrirl   broughl   up   his  card.     Tess   01
come now.   You weren't really dellghi
ed';     .les.     Certainly,     You   see.   If   ai)u
badn'l brought up his card  I mlgh'
haw gone down   to  him,  thinking ll
was some one else--Philadelphia Press
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aertfei Water?.
Family  trade  a  specialty,
fei.  113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
VO   door*   from   Geo.  A Jama,   Groret
pre.;
Suited For Something.
"Your Uttlo boy may bei ou
i'i ��� ^^^^^^
"I hardly think so.   Archibald is tix
modest  I i 'tiring "
"Oh,    well,   be   i III.*!    gel    tO   hi*   vb .
president."   Phil dolphin  Bulletin,
'I'll''   l.'if--'    '    --.      ��� ' ':���;..���;��   :i'v   (
In f' nth Aiiiei lea, n Iii re r .��� <*   peel
mens  reach u  length  of I "-
with * spread of wings o' ',,***
Ladles' Cold Watcnea trom 112.78 up
(lent:..men's   Sliver   Watch"**     Mien
face,  ��6.00.
! upon and cultivation of the laud in
each   year  for three years.
(li) 11 Lie father tor mother, if (lie
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon  a  farm in    the
: vicinity of the land ent. re : for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person res ding witn
; the father or mother.
(3)    If the settler ha ��� rman
|ent residence upon farming   und own
led by him In the viclnltj      I is-home-
jHtead. Lhe requirements o n  .
jdenee may be satisfied '���      residence
; upon the i aid land.
Six months' noib,��� in .... [tin ��� should
be given to the Coram lonei ol Dominion Lundi al Ottaw i t luti ntlon to
apply for patent.
COAL. Coal mlnli ��� . ighl may be
leased for a period of twontj one years
| at mi annual rental ol .<i per acre
Not more than 2160 ... res shall be
leased to one Individual or company.
A royally al he rate or five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined
���V   W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister ol ihe Interior
Qentlemen's Silver  Watches,
esse, $7.50 up,
iloublu
Agenl   for the celebrated  South  Bend
Vi atche .   ui plied   to   the   welhnao
Arctic  Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Kings
A    It!    I
able.
������ it v, etc., etc,
cnar.-e.-   reason-
Telephone  54. p,  0   Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND  GEMS'  TAILORS
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people what you want them  to know.    In
the public in your business by compelling
to read your ads.    Make them watch your reg il
space in this newspaper every morning.
System Spells Success
Advertising in "any old way" is a thing of the
past.   Select your medium with the same <
that you select your salespeople.    Stick to the
best.
THE MORNING DAILY
is unequalled as a'means of bringing your war
to public notice.
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING NEVER FAILS.
providing y. ��� have the goods.
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No aci. is too larg'e
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ADVERTISING  RATES  ON
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Tin-: Daily News reaches its readers in time to
influence their daily wants. Use its columns to get
y >ur share of business.
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with a pitcher appear Ihi   ii"1
way and naked tor a quart ol mo as i
gtorekeepei      i >   ���       ���; ������ tcbed
. If, hai! opem d hi.- ��� yes, and then
In an Injui ed torn    aid,    ���"> n     there
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\ C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Lu
Manufacturer* and Dealer* in AU Kind* ot
ber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMED ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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WHOLESALE
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COLUMBIA
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Bank of  Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |14,400,000.0^
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
(���'���������.c-s ' CauaJa and New ti .-,!..a i. and  iu  London,   England,
Ntw i'ork, Chicago and  SpoKaue, U.S..-v., and Mexico City      A ilen-
*���;. Banking  Business Transac -. .d.
���Wmi of Credit issued, available witl. correspondent* in nil  uartu -if the
���"���"tgi Bank Department.     Depo-slts  received In buiua of tl aud upwards.
and inter, st allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate)  added
lour times a year.
Ttl" Asiets i.ver  $108,000,000.00.
N3W WKSTMINSTER BRANfH
U. D.  BRYMNER.  Mann-***"
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WE HAVE NO
MONEY TO BURN
u ���' have a dainty collection of Pyrographic
WOOD TO BURN
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Get
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Waterproof
Capes
Made in two sizes fitting Boys of
8 and 10 years
Price $1.75 a Cape
Worn   by all the
district  telegraph and news boys
in the large cities
and are Strictly Waterproof
Men's sizes, $2.00 the Cape
Men's Mud Colored Mackintoshes
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia  Street
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HEATING STOVES
If you want a heater for soft or hard coal or wood we have them.
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks, handson.. ��������� arance and all with
heavy niekle trimmings.   Also large range of airtight heaters.
Do not forget to cal! in and Inspect our Oxford and Lorain
Ranges, the ranges that give real genuine satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
A 'Phone
Will Bring Coal
to your place Just as promptly
as we can get it there. We
don't care how you give the order. Come in person, mail u_ a
postal card, send a messenger
or call us on the 'phone. Iu
fither case you get the same
kind of coal. That is the best
and cleanest you ever had in
your cellar
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
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SIR
jJ.J. MacKay & Co.
IIP ���
Are   you  earuiug $25.00   per   week!
Few cierka are paid so much money.
Few advertisement experts are Paid less.
Hut many qualified men are paid much more.
Wannamaker, of Philadelphia, pays  his  advertising    manager  $25,000
ear  ;in,i i��� a recent Interview said ho was cheap at the price.
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary   Public Conveyancer
Room   10,   Brine Block
New  Westminster P. O. Box 795
IS
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370.
BOWELL &   JDDY. Proprietor*.
DOOMED TO DIE DEC.18
Chinaman Sentenced to Share
Doom of Two Negroes
on Fatal Friday.
Vancouver,    Nov      1.���The     second
;death sentence of the present  assize
was  pronounced  bj   Mr. Justice    le-
in.-nt  yesterday afternoon,   when    he
sentenced Lee Chunu' ������> !".- nanged on
Dec, 1\ for tiie murder ot Yung Hing,
in South Vancouver, in July last.
T.ie jury empanelled -n tti,.- case had
;.   1 at  1:15  p.m., and    when   the
court reassembled tit    thr*.e    o'clock,
the;   were not ye'  ready    with    their
verdict.    About  fifteen minutes later,
however, a rap was heard on the door,
eave at *���     .   ,(|]d wllt.n tlu, sa,.nrt opened it. they
Train   for   the   East   and   Koot.-nay. ,
iii--1 solemnlj back to their seai .
points    will    leave    Westminster    at      ���.. ,    , ,
1 When their names  had been called
1 _ - ��0
air:   tbe  -��� uerat question  aske-J, the
Train  from the  Ba , arrive -it   foreman   aM()u|R,tJ    (h..,    th,.y    U;ll
i o ��� o r
:   md  tne  prlsonei   guilty  of murder.
Train  from  th i east   wlll arrive al      A.;> ��� ^^ .;i   . risQner [Q Mjui
23:0��* u,,. Mr, Justice Clement asked, -Have
Train   from   Seattle   will   trrive  at you anythlng t0 sa> why the sentence
'"''''' I of death should  not  be  passed  upon
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
'�����   	
On Sunday, Nov. lst, Train for
Ea.stern points will leave New Westminster at 8:20.
Train for Seattle wi
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED.  GOULET,
Agent. New YVestmlnstei
or  to  E.  J.  COYLE.
Asst.  Oenl.  Pass.   Agt.    Vancouver.
you '.'"'
The question being conveyed to the
prisoner by Court Interpreter David
Lew, he replied through the .-.atue
medium: "The sentence of death
I should not be passed upon me. I am
! not guilty of killing Yung Hing. Two
or three men had quarrels with him
a day or "-vo before that.''
The judge replied thai thi   jury had
I found hini guilty,    and    nothing    re-
i mained but to pass the sentence of the
law upon him.    He then    pronounced
the  formula ordering the prisoner to
j be  taken to the gaol  at  -New   west-
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
,i?nmiW��
BOOKING TO    AND    FROM    ANY
POINTS   IN   Till-!   OLD   COUNTRY j minster and there on the  18th day of
CAN  BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF- ; December, "to be hanged by the neck
FICE.
Empress of Britain, Oct   S
Empress of Ireland,   N >
For  other  dates  aud   particulars,
apply to
ED.   GOULET,
I till you are dead." etc.
As the awful words were interpret".1
to the prisoner, his    stolid    wooden-
; looking face showed not the slightest
sign of emotion, and he walked- out
Of the dock as coolly as if he had been
1 going to his breakfast.    Lee Chung is
|a little man with a weazened, leathery
JUNIOR    FOOTBALL.
Nov.  7���West  End an.l Cen ral.
Nov. 7���High school B an! Sapperton.
Nov. 14 ��� Sapperton it : nigh
school A.
Nov. 21- High school B ai ; West
End.
.Nov. 21���-Centi ,    md S ippe-rton.
Nov.  28���Central  and  St,  Louis.
Nov. 28���Central aud High school B.
Dec. -"'���High school A and High
school B.
Dec. 5���St. Louis and West End.
Dec.  12���St. Louis and Sapperton.
Dec. U< ��� West End and High
school  A.
C. P. R. Agent. I',
1 tace, of such repose of expression that
  ... ^ if Sei undi".- a canopy with knees bent
undi    and hands crossed     -fore,   lie
might weii be taken for a j ss,
His sentence means that there will
be three hangings In -New Westmln-
on the same date, the trio being
com] ose 1 of two negroes and a
Chinaman. Pertella was firsi sentenced in Vancouver for the murder of
Mrs. Jenkins on Prior street; a few
days later the mulatto Jenkins .-.i-
seutenced In New Westminster for the
mm der of Mrs. Morrison al Hazelmere.
Street Letter Boxes
PURSER POSED AS AGENT
OF TEHUANTEPEC RAILWAY
j Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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and  passengers to
""" New Westminster
I   ���'"���"" Wand.
p.m,
111 Ker'.. wharf daily
aiinj.!;';';'        ��� Saturdays, at
5
tm.
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trip ,,., M
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ondaya, leaving at
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���nfluota! A""1'1 BYldaya '*���' t; a*m':
P.O. Box 755.      Opp. Royal City Mills
ROYAL CITY
WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
A.;|i(     "'" Saturdays, leaving
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Steveston
���I,...    ;"M Saturdays,
Tuesdays,
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on Saturday.
evegton an-*! return 50
s .inlv.
Can  I  Learn to be an Ad.
Writer by Correspondence ?
Our answer Is, yes- We can teach you how to write good, catch) ad
\,.nis,���in.ms by mall just as well as if you were attending personally, and
onh   taking up half an hour of your time every evening.
The Swords School of Advertising is the best school of instruct ion tor
any  reasons, viz.:
It ig the only school that gives you their personal criticisms, no form
letter  being used,    but,  instead,  the  work of every student Is looked over
separately.
Then, too, H  is the only school that is conducting a successful advertising service, and is backed up by leading merchants of the province,    n
Store, office and House Windows     gupplle8 practical ti.l-w..i-K forth-' student,  showing    lay-outs,    copy,
Cleaned. Iwhich Is picked from the most successful advertisements written   bj    Its
lanitor's Work Contracted tor bj  I It8'8yatem of teaching by mail tf endorsed by not only the leading mer-
Week or Mouth. ^nts and manufacturers, but by tho greatest experts and publishers.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. "        _u h;ivo Qnlv u (,()mmon, ordinary school education and earning '.ess
than $25.00 per week, let us put .vou in the most lucrative profession In the
world today.
Us employed students are everywhere���In stores, factories, advertising
agencies, and are BO thoroughly qualified that they command higher salaries year after year. If you want to work up in the firm you are with, ihis
knowledge Will open the door of promotion, and we can do it by correspondence nnd the hearty co-operatlon of yourself.
Write for further particulars.
Cor
GEO. COX  & CO.
Columbia and Carnarvon Sts.
New  Westminster.  B.C.
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
NewWestminster
The Sword School of   Advertising
128 Fifth Ave. Wsst, Vancouver, B. C.
Following is the complete list ot
Btreet letter boxes, together with their
location and numerical designation:
iiox No. Si  iatlon.
I���Eighth Ave. and Thirteenth St.
2    Eighth Ave. and  Eighth St.
3���Seventh A\c.  and  Fourth St,
4���Sixth Ave. an i Thud St.
o���Sixth Ave. and Sixth St,
G���Sixth Ave. aud Ninth St.
7    Sixth   Ave.   an i   Twelfth  St.
8���Sixth. Ave. and Fourteenth St.
D���Fifth Ave   and Fourteenth St.
10���Fourth Ave. and Twelfth St.
11���Fourth Avenue ;.nd  Tenth St.
12���Fourth Ave. aud Seventh St.
13���Fourth  Ave.  and   Fourth  St.
1 I    Foul tit   Ave. and  Second  St.
! lu���Third  Ave. and  Second St.
16���Queens Ave   and First St..
| 17���Queens Ave. and Third St.
IS���Queens  Ave. and   Sixth St.
19���Queens Ave. and Tenth St
jn   Eighth St. and Toronto Place.
21    Hnnlan and Turner StS,
.;'     \gnes and Tenth Sts.
23     Vgnes and Seventh Sts.
L'I      ..ines and Fourth Sts.
25    \ -tie. and Elliott Sts.
;'i;     \_ues and  Dufferin Sts
JT    Columbia and   Iaeopohi  .-, ,
28    ilivat   Northern   Rallwaj    -'ation.
29���Columbia and Elliott Sts.
30   Columbia and Fourth Sts.
31���Columbia ami Alexander Sr_.
88���Columbia and Tenth sts.
���1.1���C.  P,  U. Station.  Front St
34���-Front and McKenzie Sts
:::    Front and Lytton Square. >
38    Front St., Schaake. Tlulldiii |
!."���Brunette and Keary  Sts.
SI*���Columbia and Keary' Sts.
39���-Columbia and Distillery Road.
40��� Eighth Ave   and   Richmond  St.
41���Richmond and  Keary Sts.
48���Columbia aud Alberta Sts.
43���Junction Columbia and Front Sts.
Victoria, Nov. !.���Telegrams nave
teen sent to the Seattle police, asking
them to secure the arrest of .1. B.
Russer, former purser of the Canadian-Mexican steamer Georgia, who i<
accused by the manager of the coin-
pan;, with stealing a hook of tickets
and selling tickets to four men arrive,) here from Seattle. The men
: that thej had b.-en engaged
by Russer, who alleged that he was
agem for the Ti huantepec railroad,
to work on that road, an I had bought
ii'- ets from him tor $56. The tick ' ���
wer,. not honored- on the Bti araer
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
No   ...    Too Proud to  Bi .
N'ov. 12, ���We Are King,
Nov   13.���Montana  Limited
Nov.   18.���Hip  Hip Hoorav.
Nov.  20.*���Willard  Mack.
Nov. 23.   in Wyoming.
Nov. 26���The New  Dominion.
Dec. 2.���The Lion and the Mouse.
Dec.   3.���Little  Johnny   Jones.
Dee.  8.- The   Devil.
Dec. 9.���Arizona.
Dec. 10.- The Texas Co.
Dec.  lti.���Why  Girls  Leave Home.
Dec.  21.���50   Mile.-  From   Boston.
Dec.  24.���Dalies  in Toyland.
Dec.  25.���Sandy  Bottom.
Dec.  20.���The  Greal  Divide.
pre   80.���Florence Roberts.
Jan. I.���SI Plunkard,
Jan. B.���Her  First  Fabe   Step.
Jan.  i).���Shore  Acres.
Jan. 11.���Cripple Creek.
Jan.  Iii.���Theodore  l.orch.
Jan. 85.���San Aantonlo,
Jan.  28.���Devils   Auction.
Feb. 11.���Brewster's  Millions.
Feb. 13.���Jane  Eyre.
March   3.���A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
April   2.~-Marrvinrt   Mary.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY.  Nov
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.
SLIIMLAND IN CHICAGO
DESCRIBED TO AUDIENCE
��� -_ll_MPJJ-B||j_
WESTWARD   HO !
Miss   Murcutt  Tells   of   Poverty   Rampant   in   Windy   City���Degradation  of the  Slumdwellers.
.Miss Ada I.. A. ..liiieiitl devoted her
attention al the opera house meeting
lasl evening to the poverty and slum*
A Mf.gazine Worth While.
Replete    ��::'    Interesting    fiction.
soulfu] poetrj and studied commercial
articles   dealing   with   western   cities.
the   Novembi i   number  of  Westward
Ho !   has jusl    -   a  issued.     1;     |a    a
magazine of high  merit,    a    moilthlj
creditabl.  to an.\  wi stern city on this
continent.    In "Autumn    in    Stanli.
Park,"  Agn s I oi khan Hughes rate.;.
tlu-  true iif       f the  tailing   maph
leaf and inti  ������ -     li In verse worth
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
land    ot    Chicago.    The    house   was  of high encomiums     Photographs   of
crowded.   A very good idea   of   tne|unu8ual-merU    l!'i'v;i**-    s*'"��"*    "
Soutli    .Africa,   including    a   settling
Windv  Cilv   was given  in   the  series
-        ��� �� swarm of  locusts,   iccompany  a   wel!
of pictures thrown on the screen, but ��� -written article by Capt. G. Godson
naturally the plan was not to show Godson. "Along the Coast of the
the gigantic buildings of the second Northwest" Is a well illustrated article
city of the union or its wonders, bul ;due I(, ,iu, ,,,,,, ,,, ., n <;,.,,,, who ha3
to dra ition to the degradation, j gleaned much -,,, fUl information from
old bucks and klootches of Indian
villages, Other writers who contribute are Patrick Vaux, Robert A.
Hood, E. s. I. i ati cki, Mrs. .1. A. Skinner, L. Harward, H. A. Black, Bonny-
castle Dale. Percy Flage and oven* a
dozen more.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
I especially in the foreign quarter, du
the lecturi r said, to the drink habit.
The sad scenes, whicli seem the    Inevitable concomltanl  of the aggrega-
��� tion of '"' at bodies of people In a
small area are in few great cities
more pronounced than In the Illinois
metropolis, and harrowing pictures of
I them wi re shown,
���l-l,,   overcrowding  In  the tenement  SECRETARY OF NAVY
bouses  was  graphically  described,  In EXPECTED TO RESIGN
one eas.  300 families occupied a house 	
of sixty-six rooms. The children are Chicago, Nov. I.���A dispatch to thi
driven to seek th..;r daily sustenance Tribune from Washington, D.C., says;
nn the street, in the garbage tins at .\ rumor that Victor II. Metcalf.
the  market, and  from    the    rubbish  secretary of the navy, had    resigned
isent to the destructor grounds.   Born because of ill health, and was to    be
of Inebriate  parents   many   took to | siicceetl.*d    by    T.  ll   Newberry,    of
'strong drink  from    their    babyhood, Detroit, floated Into Washington from
and  were confirmed drinkers at six-   n,.,n,jt yesterday.
teen. At   the White House    a    statement
Miss Murcutt set down the condi- was ma)je that nothing was known
Hon of affairs described almost entire-. ,i1P1.0 of lhe rei)0rte(i change. Secre-
ly to drink,  but there is little doubt; tary  Metcalf is  ill  at his    home    in
I that other   factors   enter   into   con- Washington.
sideration in establishing this de- it has been the understanding here
ploiiabli* condition ot society, as the that he would leave office at the close
investigations of Charles Booth into jof the Roosevelt administration. The
poverty have shown. J rumor is believed to be a case of com-
l inp- gvents oasting their shadows Before.
THURSDAY,  NOV. 5
Lincoln J. Carter's
Leading  Melodrama
of the  Day
Superb Scenic Production
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block, New Westminster, B C
I
Hot Water
Bottles
TOO PrOUtl tO Beg Fountain Syringes
t<r      ADVERTISE      "*��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
A PLAY
With a  Rush, Runs Along With  Spirit
and   Ends Just  Right.
"The   Famous   Reichardt   Children."
Prices $1.00, 7r_c, 50c and 20c.
Seats  on  sale  at  Ryall's    Monday.
November 2nd.
Combinations of both.
Attachments   Separate.
��   ���*S*''��*3t"��tt*����**��tt����"��3i*^^
I Electric Railway Service;
���
^ lnterurban   Line.
��� Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wai
��� stations  wlll  run every half-
��� hour   from   6:50  a. m.     Last
��� car leaves at 11 p. m.
��� (Last car lv. Vancouver 11:110.)
4
4 Cara   leave  the  depot    every
a, twenty mtautes   for  both   Sap-
a perton and city limits over tbe
-'i
City Line: Cars leave tram f.
office on the hour, twenty mln- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- ���
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. +
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ������;���
at ten minutes after the hour, $
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 ���
a. m. $
.;-
Sunday Service   nait-htmrly b* ft
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Direct from the factory, Rubber to
be good must be fresh. We guarantee these goods and will giadl.'. replace  anv  found to  I"-    faulty,    Two
1
quart, thre equart, foui quart, In white!
and red.
For  the dull,  loim   wint. ;   evenings
you may need glasses.   We can glve|
j you better service in  this line    than
others.
Citj  Due.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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CURTIS'
DRUG   STORt
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kJJ_i     l\ijl^ 1 LifViJ  .
WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE?
!K3^_:^3J'!l^*Slls:aiEC*^^
5-30.CO rents new modern 7-roomed 1 ...    ,,���   on Si)      ...
$25.00 repis on Fifth avenue, .; .,, s. nei tern.
$22.00 rents on Agnes street, 6 rooms, modern, ju t renovati
(20.00 rents 5*roomed cottage on Fourth street, modern, line lot,
$20.00 rents on Columbia Btreet, near Crescent, 6 rooi
$18.00 rents on St, Qeorge * reel, 6 rooms, modern
$18.00 rents  7-roomed  house on Third avenue,
I H. Morey & Co.
)i.'.\,-   -i   ver;.
bojws     in
BOX! s      are
ie   in-   ���
I
. J. HART & CO., Ltd II
"' : fOl
il" y are the  mosi
See Our Window
Display-
Prices away -
n
Telephones   8 8 -109
tr___...'��_a;_��.ir_��_ia-_____d--xvw_ui>__a. ���..���.!_�����.
orey's
217-219 Cohm'l
V^TJn****mmst>. CgSUKSVS'!^ mva��
���
We Invite Your
naomxif emmm *an
rings
Our advertisements give  bill  s  very small  propcit , | ifi
novelties,  special  values 2nd  selections  which are   here     w
*-. e  are to
the  front   at  all   times  with   our announcements c! the arrival of n
goods or special  inducements In    price on  lines which 'eresl
to  you.    Watch   every  advertisement.     We   promise   you
store   news for the   next few   months.
Ladies' Three-Quarter
Length   Tweed Coats
$4.95
EACH
An opportunity whicli i._  noi offered  but  at  rare interval
are enabled to offer this line of dark  colored  Tweed  i oats
dlscounl owing to a variety of circumstances,    Onl)  a dozen C
In the lot.    Grey and brown Check effects, and an Inspection o!
workmanship will surprise you,   size   32, 34, 36, 38 and 10
Extra Quality in
Silk Moire
Underskirts
Heavj winter welghi In plain
Navy, Brown, Grey, Cardinal,
and Black, and fancy plaids,
Moreen
Nicely made, extra lull size,
with double piped frills; all
sizes     Kaeii   ....   $5.00 to $7.50
Hair light Pompadour
Combs
Fashion's   latest    noveltj     In hair rolls,    Made ol dm
wire,   roll   shape,   to  which    is attached adjusts   ���  com
holds roll in place.    Exception ally light in weight and whai
the   greatest    recommendation   (hey are the mosl  sanlta
rangement possible.
We have just received bj ex press 2 Bizi   . each 50c and 75s
An Artistic
Array of
Ladies'
Tinsel Belts
The most up-to-date and
pleasing Btyles of Melts it has
been om- pleasure to show for
some time. We have them
through our own Importation by
parcel poet from London, ESng
land They are exceptionally
low in price, ranging from, eaeh
 25c to $1-25
lMfS  Warm
Cashmere
,, ���r   and Lustre
811a Blouses
Many   new   styles are
.��011  In   these  winter  Waistf     >
w^y*W   splcuous among the new
are   some  dainty  waists
in. d  w ith  nice gulpui.   lac..
yoke *md sleeves.    The pi
nicked   styles   are   also
in  new (iibson shapes,    <
are navy, brown, cardinal
and cream.    Each ���    $2 to $4.5C
New and
Effective
Trimmings
Novi Itj  effect _ and  plain  nei
de ign     n gilt, Bilver nnd    Be*
1 .  on��� ��� just in,
i; j;     these    in   mind   when
; \.1-ii*. ���  u ear trlin-
;   i ollai   I ni''h        ���"'
are here, buI
use.    Per   yard   	
 20c to /5c
New Elastic and
Gilt Beltings
Wl le Elasi Ic rivals the go
and Bilver belting In the amoum
bo] : In Elastic lieiiiin,' we are
now showing black, navy, cardinal, '���]ii.' a and green. In the
Gill and Silver Belting man)
new design are on display ���
I'.-r yard   40c to $1
An
Unusual
Assortment
of
Linens,
| 50c per piece
One   i   i .       of Plain
Hemstitched   Drav n   Woi k   aud
Hal nil'., i :���   lini .i   ph , ������    in  va
Ize      of   doylies,   tray-
cloths, centre  pieces, sideboard
scarves,   etc.     A   : '-le r.il   uinl.r
pricing of various lines, and
some exceptional snap, picked
um has ni ven n>, i he opportunity
to offer you ipeclul values in
ihis assortment, Now mi sale
in the Linen section.
Many New
Stamped
Cushion Tops
Man.,   ii'-u   ile-i.-.n-   now
Bhovi ii.    \'i'ii  Bhould   '���    ���   ���
In.1' a;  our. .  if j ou Intend '���
Ing ih- in   rea   \
All prices, ,. ich ....  35e tc -
Scrim and Ribbon
Cash ion Frills
Matching   in.,   colo
Ion Tops     l-'i ur end n Imi
are   In   each   ph ci    and
of frills  is -l'/a   Inche    on dn
strlni
Scrim I'.iih- lbc- t0 r'
id , on  Prills  .. ��� $''25 l0 *���-'
Curfhion. Cord .  tvlth  '
each  ���  :;5c ,oS'
Cushion Cords, nil color .
.   iC-
va nl   	
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