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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.  OCTOBER
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For today read these special reduced prices.
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Special Bargains in Ladies' Shoes i
rur   ..roncc   curse"   c-n_   lA/nMCTM Tlw,      m^ct   nnmfnrtnhlo   fit- t!
THE "CROSS SHOE" FOR WOMEN���Tlie most comfortable fit-
ling shoe that comes to British Columbia. We're agents for
these shoes.
Women's Gun-metal  Bluchers reduced from $3.50 to $2.95
Women's Blucher Kid Lace Boots, high and medium low heels.
Price   per   pair $2.50
Women's Patent Leather Boots, with full military heels. Regular  $5.00.      Today's  price $4'00
See the new lines of LADIES' HOUSE SLIPPERS opened up
today.      Prices  per pair $1.00 to $2.00
The day for SHOE BARGAINS is TODAY.
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We're the Store For Men's Shoes
If you're hard to please in shoes, sir, come here.
We're looking for hard customers.
OUR $3.95 BOOTS���Thr man looking for Shoe luxury can nnd it
ii in om- $3.95 boots. We've sunn- grand shoes al this price
Patent Leathers, Velour Calf and Box Kip Bluchers���nil 54.50
and $6.00 lines.     Saturday's Price  $3-95
THE     PACKARD     AMERICAN  SHOE  FOR  YOUNG  MEN:
Patent  Leathers on  the i"'w "Nob" last, per pair  $6.00
"Velvet  Calf"  Packard  Bluchers,  nob  last,  per  pair
. . .$6.00
MECHANICS' SHOES���We've shoes designed and built for the
requirements of the Worklngman. Boots made of flsh grain,
box calf. Norwegian calf ami all the best waterproof leathers.
See the great window showing of Men's Working Boots-
Prices within reach of all���$2.50. $3.00 and $3.50 ar,- our leaders.      Every  shoe we  Sell is guaranteed SOLID LEATHER.
MEN'S STORM BOOTS���Shoes for the man who Is out of doors
in all sorts of weather. Medium or extra high cut. English
grain ana heavy calf le: there; bellows tongue, vlscolized uppers and soles; soles di uble to tbe heels. Leather lined soft
insoles.       Prices,   per    alo __�� _an_m ��a_o -13.50, $4.50 to $6.00
STORE OPEN UNTIL 11:30 P. M.
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Johnston's Big Shoe House, Ltd
EXPERT 5HOER5
"Sign of the Big Electric Boot."
NEW WESTMINSTER.
honor of    her grand    daughter,  Mlss
Nora Armstrong.     The drawing-room
and    reception-room      looked    bright
.and inviting,  being most  charmingly
! arranged with autumn flowers.    Mrs.
.Miss Ladner, of Vancouver, is  the j Armstrong, who    wore a most hand-
guest of Mrs. T. J. Armstrong, Sixth some  black  silk  gown,   was  assisted
Society
street,
��� *    ���
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Munro, of Vancouver, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry L. Edmonds.
��� ��    n
Mrs. A. Allan Mercer, of Co(|iiltlam,
was visiting Mlss Eastman during the
week.
��� ���    *
Mr. .1. Q. B. O'Brien was a Vancouver visitor in the city on Sunday.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. R, T. F. Granger, of Vancouver, was the guest of Mrs. W. K. Gordon, Third avenue.
��� ���    ��
Mrs. George Chatlsey, of Chilliwack, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
W.  H.   Nesbitt,  Agnes street.
��� ���   ���
Mr. O. Plunkett, of Vancouver, was
a visitor in the city on Tuesdav.
��� ���    ��
Mlss PHIway, of Vancouver, was
the guest of Mrs. Henry L. Edmonds
during the fair.
��� i ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Chambers, of
Armstrong, who were visiting their
brother Mr. H. A. Eastman, left for
their hom* on Thursday.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. J. H. White left on Wednesday
to  visit  friends  in   Enderby,   B.  C.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. H. L. DeBeck, of Pentlcton, B.
G.| is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A.
J.  Brine, St. George's street.
��� ��    ���
Mr.    Dickinson    and    Mr.    Harold
Fletcher  of the  staff  of  the  Bank of
Montreal,   have   been     moved   to   the
branch at Cloverdale.
��    ��    ���
Mrs. A. Silva-White, who has been
the guest of Mrs. H. J. A. Burnett,
left for her home in Nanaimo early
in the week.
n receiving by Mrs. T. J. Armstrong
Mrs. J. E. Phillips, Mrs. G. Beatty
and Mlss Phillips. The charming
young debutante looked very sweet
and girlish in a beautiful white silk
empire gown and carried a lovely
hunch of white rosebuds. In charge
of the tea table, which looked most
attractive, were Mrs. A. Charleson
and Mrs. T. S. Annandale, assisted by
Miss Ladner, Mlss Violet Ladner,
Miss Lewis, Miss Alma Lewis, .Miss
Lillooet Armstrong, Miss Josephine
Martin, Miss Brown, Mlss Gertrude
Brown, Miss Briggs, Miss Naomi
Briggs and Miss Claire Corbould.
Mrs. W. J. McQuarrie and Mrs. G.
Bruce Corbould, assisted by Mlss
Cotton and Miss Corbould, cut the
ices. Miss Isabella Phillips and Miss
Noel Armstrong opened the door to
the guests.
Many Fine Beasts
in Cattle Classes
(Continued from Pag. One.)
land found no opposition to hie fine
herd of Durham cattle ln the Shorthorn classes and carried off all the
prizes, showing 18 head. Among
other prizes secured by Mr. Tamboline were the champion bull and
champion cow, and young and aged
herds.
There was a shortage In the Jersey-
classes, the only herd exhibited being
that of A. H. Menzies & Son of Pender Island.      This  herd comprised a
number of very fine cattle, an exceptionally  line    bull,  and a number of
calves of good breeding and in good
condition.     The prize winners in this
class will be announced today.
Sheep.
Sheep were well represented in almost all  classes and  the pens  were
well   rilled.      Seven   herds   were   entered for competition,  five of    them
from    the    famous      sheep    country
around Chilliwack, the coming downs
of British Columbia. But while there
were plenty of sheep exhibited, there
was no  competition    between  herds,
each exhibitor having his own special
fancy, and clashing with few  of the
others.      W.  M.  Banford    of    Chilliwack showed a fine herd of Leicester
sheep,  taking  all  the  prizes  entered
for.     J. Thompson of Chilliwack specialized  on    Suffolks, and    his  herd
would  be difficult to beat  anywhere.
H.  Webb of Sardfs exhibited a herd
of Shropshires.
J. T. Maynard of the same district
carried all the prizes for Dorsets, and
A. C. Wells  _  Son of Chilliwack dis-
The   most.  Important  of  the  BOdal I played a nice herd of Lincolns of all i
events of (he week was the al  home  classes.      Alex   Davies of Ladner ex-j
given    by Mrs.    W. J. Armstrong in  hibited his herd of Oxford Downs by
Mrs John McKenzie, who has been
visiting friends in Mud Bay for tne
past fortnight, returned home last
Saturday.
erne
Mlss Campbell-Johnston, of Vancouver, was a visitor ln the city on
Wednesday.
Mrs.    Griffin, and    Miss    Madeline
Griffin  of B'alne, are    the guests of
Mrs. G. A. Allen, Second street.
��    *    ���
Mrs. T. S. Annandale has sent out
cards for an at home on Tuesday, October 19.
��� ��    ���
Mr. and Mrs. C. Burton-McKenzie,
of Cloverdale, are visitors in the city
during Fair week.
��� *    ���
Mrs. Claude E. Holt and Miss Molly Holt of Port. Haney, are visiting
friends in the city.
way of showing that the coast Is not
behind the interior districts In 'he
raising of sheep. W. Grimmer of
Pender island with his herd of Ilamp-
shires represented the islands of the
Gulf of Georgia, where sheep raising
Is a coming industry.
Swine.
The exhibition of swine this year
was well up to that of any previous
year and all breeds raised in the province were represented. There was
keen competition in some of the classes, In which various herds met. Joseph Thompson and A. C. Wells _
Son were the principal competitors In
the Yorkshire class, Mr. Thompson
securing most of the high prizes. W.
E. Hintz was the only exhibitor of
Chester Whites and carried off all the
honors. Shannon Bros, of Cloverdale, A. C. Wells & Son, and H. Webb
competed in the Berkshire class, the
honors being fairly well divided, the
Chilliwack man, however, being at
the top. Tamworths were shown by-
Alex. Davies and William Banford,,
the former securing five firsts to the
latter's three. J. T. Maynard showed
the only herd of Duroe Jersey and
Essex and took all the prizes. In
the competition for the best pen of
bacon hogs, Joseph Thompson landed
the big prize, A. C. Wells & Son the
second, and Alex.  Davies the third.
"QUALITY"
NEW ANGLICAN CHURCH
AT SUMMERLAND
The Foundation Stone is Laid By the
Venerable Archdeacon Beer, of
Kaslo,
Summerland, Oct. 14.���The foundation of St. Stephen's Angllclan church
was formally laid on October 3rd, by
the Ven. Archdeacon Beer, of Kaslo.
The floor had been laid on the founda-
tion and seating accommodation had
been prepared for some three hundred people and all the available seats
were occupied. Among those present
were the Archdeacon, Rev. T. Greene
of Kelowna, the local incumbent, Rev.
H. A. Solly and the lay reader, Mr.
Parker. The music was provided by
an excellent choir. After the sermon
by the Archdeacon the rector read
an interesting history of the work
of the Anglican church in Summer-
land, a copy of which was placed
within the corner stone in company
with a copy of the local publication.
A collection was taken during the
service which will be devoted to the
swelling of the building fund of the
church.
The season's most authoritative styles are featured in our
new
Twentieth Century
Suits and Overcoats
Our Hat Department is replete in every particular. From
the Gentleman's Silk Hat to
Man's Crush. Our colored hats
are the new feature in soft
goods.
New Shirts!   New Ties!   New Underwear!
AL M. J. PHIUIP.'
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Home Paper.
Pretty styles in new Reefers for Boys or Girls in
fancy checks, plain navy or cardinal���all with monograms or arms.
Phillips, Wardrobe Clothier
. s. 3CT0BE
ft 16. 1909
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
IS   A
COMMERCIAL PROPOSITION SITUATED
ON THE SEA COAST.
Our
��� refinery expert assures us that when our refinery is in operation we can pay
$30,000
outh Dividend
We own 800 acres of choice oil land.    We have a producing oil well under lease for five years.
Safe
Sure
Permanent
This is no speculation, and the dividends will increase rapidly.   No such investment was ever offered you.
Shares 15c, Par Value $1.    Fully paid and non-assessable.    Subject to raise without notice.
OFFICE   OPEN   EVENINGS.
Bt   C.    Representatives    International   Oil   Company
Seattle Office: 330-331 Pioneer Building.
614 Hastings Street W., Vancouver.
PHONE 4327.
PHONE   MAIN  5865.
I
DIAMONDS
lie have now the Wesselton Diamonds.
Call and examine them.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.	
More Winners of Prizes
in Different Divisions
Ram    lamb-1,   Wm.   Banford;   |2,1    Ewe,   lamb-1,   Jos.   Thompson;     .
....      ' ditto;   3, ditto.
Tw.   2 shears-1   Wm. Banford;    .     Pen;   l ram;  ewe. 2 shears;  ewe,
Ewe, - snear.    _, shearling; ewe, lamb���1, Jos. Thomp-
Ewe, sheading-L   Wm.   Banford;  son; .. ditto���
"   diuo;   ., ditiu.
Ewe,   lamb���1,   Wm.   Banford;       .      Ranl   ���,  shears���1,  A.  F.  Watt;   2,
ditto; 3. ditto. :C.  T.  Higglnson & Son.
Pen;   1   ram,  ewe  2   shears,    ewe,, shearling���1, C. T. Higglnson
.son  &
(Continued   trom  Page  Une.)           -
Ywwv J��%~~-Y/^~Y    Pen;   1   ram,   ewe   2   shears,    ewe,.    -,  _     r- ,      ,.
"  --YY-       A '.."Tr��h( Un _ r. ..y st
"  --.���..��� inn   Richardson.'     R���e   ., s,1(i;irs_1   c   T   HIg-
2.   J.
2,
A.
Kam,
Ewe,
. ditto;
Ram,
New Furniture
Business
We sell direct from the manufacturer to the public.
SAMPLE   ROOMS: .   ���
Nos. 2 and 3 Dupont Block, over "The   Fair.
Lowney s Chocolates    ~
Fresh this week.
AT
DyXt   I   >Q   THE DRUGGIST AND
DIVISION  C. SHEEP.
Cotswolds.
shears���1, Jno. Richardson,
shears���1, Jno. Richardson;
, ditto.
Lincolns.
shears���1,  __,   C.  Wells  &
Son;  2, ditto;  3, ditto.
Ram,  shearling���1,  A.  C.  Wells  &
Son;  2, ditto.
Ram. lamb���1, A. C. Wells & Son;
2, ditto. ^____
Ewe,  2   shears���1,  A.  C.  Wells   _  son;
Son; 2, ditto.
Ewe, shearling��� 1,  A. C.  Wells  &
!Son;   2. ditto.
j    Ewe, lamb���1, A. C. Wells _ Son;
2,  ditto.
Pen;     1  nun,    ewe  2  shears,  ewe
shearling,   ewe   lamb���1,   A.  C
_ Son.
Llecesters.
Ram,   .   shears -1,   Wm,   Hanford;
ditto.
Kam,  shearling���1,   Wm.   Banford;
2,  ditto.
Ram   2 shears���1, Jno. Richardson. I    Ewe,' 2 shears-1. C. T. Higglnson
Hum. Bhearling���1, Jno. Richardson;   &  Son;   2| A. T. Watt;   3, C. T. Hig-
2   ditto Iginson  &  Son.
*Ram   lamb���1, Jno.  Richardson;  2, j    Ewe>    shearling���1,    Higgiuson    fc
W. Grimmer; 3, ditto. j        I Son; 2, ditto; 3, A. T. Watt.
Ewe, 2 shears���1, Jno. Richardson; t    Ewe_ iamh���1. Iligginson & Son;    .
-.   w  ni-lminer: 3. ditto. 'ditto;   3, A. T. Watt.
Pen; 1 ram; ewe. 2 shears; ewe,
shearling; ewe, lamb���1, Higginson &
San;   2,  ditto;   3,  ditto.
Fat Sheep.
Wether,  shearling���1,  Higginson &
Son; 2, ditto; 3, ditto.
Ewe,     shearling���1,   Iligginson     &
 ��� ���-   3,   Higginson
TENDERS.
*****������
     ^OPTICIAN*
Eyes Tested Free.,;. Phone 57*
w*f* �������������������������������������� ������������������*
WE  ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how It ls cheaper to buy our
high-class   building     materials
than it Is to purchase the pooler    kind.      We    can point   to
buildings buUt  with our materials  that  never  need  repairs.
We  can  point  to some  others
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials.        See    where    real
cheapness lies?
Will be _6e_lY9- up to noon on Saturday, 0.^__r 23rd, for the exeavat-
linK jW    a portion of    Lot 24 in city
BW.K 13, ou Clarkson street, aud tbe
j.onstruetton  of  a  concrete  retaining
wall In rear of same. Plans and specifications may be seen at the ollice of
the undersigned. ,-,
Lowest or any tender not necessar-     ��**?��� B��e^!J"��
.accepted.                                               2, ditto;  3, ditto.
 , _,__ ttn      Ewe,  lamb���l,
W. Grimmer; 3, ditto.
Ewe, shearling���1, Jno. Richardson;
2, W. Grimmer.
Ewe,   lamb���1,     W.   Grimmer;     2,
ditto;   3,  Jno.  Richardson.
Pen;   1  ram,    ewe  2  shears,    ewe,
shearling, ewe lamb���l, Jno. Richard-
W. Grimmer.
Oxford   Downs. i     ���~,      w
Ram, 2 shears���1, Alex. Davies;  2, jS��u;   -���   Alex.   Davies
Jno. Richardson;  3, A. It. Webster.      s ,*on'      ,     .,���.."
Ram, shearling-1, McClughan Bros. I , Aether, lamb-^1, Higginson &. Son;
2,   Alex.   Davies;   3,  ditto. 2- ^tU>>, ,'vdi"0-1     . __        ,
,     Ram. lamb-1, Alex. Davies;  2, dil-1    Ew��, lamb-1, Iligginson _ Son;  2,
Wellslto;   3,   McClughan  Bros. ''Jos- Thompson;  3, Higginson & Son.
Ewe, -Js  hears���1,  Alex.   Davies;   2.
Jno. Richardson; 3, Alex. Davies.
Ewe, shearling���1, Alex. Davies;  2.
ditto;   3,   ditto. ,    _-v _.,  ���   	
Ewe,  lamb���1,  Alex.  Davies;  2, A. J.   Ferguson;   _,  A.  Smith
R.   Webster;   3,  Alex.  Davies. Hayhurst.
Pen;   1  ram;   ewe,  2  shears;   ewe,      Potatoes, Rural, No. 2���1, A. Smith;
shearling; ewe, lamb���1, Alex. Davies;   2, J. A. Skinner.
2,  ditto. r Potatoes,   Early    Rose���1,   McClug-
borset.. hail   Bros.;     2,  Jno.   G-   McAdam;   3.
I    Ram, 2 shears���1, J. T. Maynard.      R^ile  Kittson.
1    Ram, shearling���1, J. T. Maynard;      Potatoes, Vermont Gold Coin���1, R.
2,  ditto.
Ram,  lamb���1, J.  T.   . ft.iUrd;  2,
ditto.
Ewe, 2 shears���1, t, T. Maynard; 2.
ditto;   3, ditto.
Ewe, shearlMg���1, J. T. Maynard;
DIVISION G. VEGETABLES.
Potatoes, Earlv Rochester Rose���1,
3,  W. T.
Onions, red���1,   S.   Morley;
Fos.
Onions, yellow���1,   H.   Kittson;
Susan Walker.
Onions, white   pickling���1,    J.
Skinner.
Onions, yellow   pickling���1,   Thos.
Mato;  2, Ah Wan.
Beans,   scarlet   runners  in   pod���1,
Jno. Poulter;   2, Robt. Wintslp.
Beans, bush, in pod���1, Ah Wan; 2,
Mrs. M. J. Coburn.
Beans, broad���1, Mrs. A. Stewart.
Corn, table���J. Fox;  2, Ah Wah.
Beets,  long���Higginson   _   Son;   2,
J.  A. Coatham.
Beets, globe���1, Ah Wah;   2, J. A.
Coatham.
Celery, white���1, J. A. Skinner.
Celery, red���1, Ah Wah.
Lettuce���1,  Ah Wah.
Radish, turnip���1, Mrs. A. Stewart.
Squash���1, Thos. Maos; 2, Mrs. M.
J. Coburn.
Squash,   Hubbard���1,    Mrs.   M.   J-
Coburn.
Pumpkins,  for  table  use���1,  A.  G.
Marshall.
Vegetable Marrows���1, S. Morley;
2,  D.  Holasworth.
Tomatoes���1, F. J. Wright; 2. Jno.
Poulter.
Cucumbers, green, grown in open
air���1, Lizzie Beam;  2. Thos. Maos.
Cucumbers, pickling���1, Ah Wah;
2, J. Fox.
Citrons���1, A.  H. Menzies;  2, Win.
Banford.
!    Peppers���1, Mrs. Ann Pashley.
j    Kali���1,   Mrs.   M.  J.   Coburn;   2,  J.
Ferguson.
  rn
L-y'lLEY  BROS., Ltd.
-iBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng-
and, New York, Chicago and Spokane
0 S. A., and Mexico CUy. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available w th
correspondents In    all  parts of    the
' "savings Bank Department-Deposits
Jelved in sums ot $1 and _pw����
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
Ms(i_r.r,��,..::��-
MEW WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
1 O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Ewe,   lamb���1,  J.   T.   Maynard;   2,
dlpen; 1 ram; ewe 2 shears; ewe
shearling; ewe, lamb���1, J. T. May
nard;  2, ditto.
Shropshlres.
Ram,  2 shears���H.  Webb.
Kittson; 2. A. Smith; 3, J, Fox.
Potatoes Lute Puritan���1, A. Smith;
2, R. Kittson;  3, J. A. Skinner.
Potatoes,    Sutton's    Ninety-fold���1
R. Kittson; 2, A. Smith.
Potatoes, largest���l, A. Smith; 2,
R. Kittson; 3, A-ta Wah.
Potatoes, new variety not before
exhibited���1, J. Ferguson; 2, A.
Smith; 3, J. A. Coatham. I    mbbuwu���  ���-
._.���r   vllI-iety l    J. 'Kenny;   2,  Laura  Alexander
'-- 'i    Pillow shams���1, Laura Al
DIVISION  P.
(Work   done   by  children    under   W
years;  done since October, 1908.)
Cotton    underclothiug-1,  Mlss   B.
McDonald; 2, Doris Allison.
Trimmed   cotton   pinafore���1,   Miss
B   McDonald;   2, Phyllis Gray.
Fancy apron���1 Vivian Rlckman; -.
Phfflo?a    on   Une-1,   Mlss   M.
Florence;2, Vera Kenny.
Hemstitched handkerchief���1,  Vera
Ram,  _  suears���_.   """"���   ...  ..m'0"""
Ram,   sheading��� 1, ,H|.  (Webb,   4j hurst.
��      _____ I       Pnt
Potatoes,  any  other   .---- .      ���
Ferguson; 2, A. Smith; 3, Jas. G. Mc
haloes,   3   other   ^'���tH^
Smlth;  2, R. Kittson;  3, W. T. Ha>
ditto; 3, ditto. - ,.ttn.
Ram. lamb-1, H. Webb;  2, ditto,
3Ewe��'2 shears-1, H.Webb; 2, dlt-
to; 3, ditto. ,   ,_ .,     9
Ewe, shearllng-1, H. Webb; 2,
ditto;   3, ditto. ���   ....
Ewe, lamb-1, H. Wbbbj 3, ditto.
Pen;   1 ram;   ewe, 2 shears^ ewe,
shearling;   ewe,   lamb���1,   H.   VUDD,
ditto.
Suffolks.
Ram 2 shears���2, Jos. Thompson.
SS sheSng-2. Jos. Thompson.
Ram, iamb-1, Jos.    Thompson;   2.
dlrwe3,2dihe0ars-l, Jos. Thompson;
2'^'sh3eaSng��-l. Jos. Thompson;
3, ditto.
irsi.
Potatoes, best collection���1, W. T.
Hayhurst; 2, Jas. G. McAdam; 3, R-
Kittson. 'r-
Turnlps, table, White Globe���1, J.
Poulter.
Carrots, Short Horn���1, W. F.
Brooks;  2, Mrs. A.  Stewart.
Carrots, Intermediate���1, R. Owen;
">���   Mrs. M. J. Coburn.
Cabbage, two best summer���1, Sus
.4 _1rl-��~��.
an" Walker;   2,  J.   A.   Skinner.
Cabbage,    best    winter-1,    Susan
Walker;  2, Ah Wah.
Cabbage, best red-1, Ah Wah.
Cabbage Sprouts���1, Ah Wah.
Savoys���1. J.  A.  Skinner
Caultflower-1, Jno. Poulter;  2, Ah
WOnlons. whlte-1, H. Kittson;  2, J-
Ferguson.
pnnv    _.   l_aur_   ai..���.*-���
PUloW shams-1, Laura Alexander;
2, Annie Wilson. .
Fancy stitches on line���1, Hazei
Kenny;   2,  Charlotte  Vidal.
Sl or monogram, embroidered
on handkerchief���1, Jessie Allan; i.
Vera Kenny. ���
Embroidery on linen���1, Vera Ken
nv   2, Iza McDonald.
Crochet doylle, ln cotton-1, Lam-a
M. Alexander. ph ,
Darned socks or stockings���1, VUy\
lis   Grav;    2,   Ida   Buckland.
,    Pvrograph; or pokerwork on wood
���1. Hazel Kenny. -
lJ    crochet lace-1, Etta Hampton,   2.
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Laura Alexander.
Fancy pin cushion���1, Ruth Wlntemute;   2,  Laura Alexander.
Dressed doll���1, Miss B. McDonald;  2, Florence McDonald.
Doll's bed, furnished���1, Laura
Alexander;   2, Annie Bruce.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
16,     iQflQ
The DaSSy News
opinions  of  organs  are  above   price
They   are   unbiassed
Published by The Dally News Publish. |able. B  a  m
lng Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Daly News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������j
"GET   THE   HABIT" [raK8'ii3'^9BaHa,KE!:S:5
?d   and   unpurchas- J
latter which oughl |*
to be the subject of a parliamentary
investigation.    But it is not the flrsl
E. A.  Paig
 ���.���-������,~.~~  has   humbled   journalism   (n   British
..Managing Director Columbia in the dust and caused
uewsnapers to be scoffed at and jeered ar as the musl inercentary anil
degraded of all our public Institutions."
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER   16,   1909
REPRESENT   GOVERNMENT.
"UNBRIDLED   GRAFT."
L. A.
Dnder the caption of of "Journalistic Prostitution" the Victoria Times
raises its voice in jusi condemnation
of the unbridled use of the money of
the   people   of   British   Columbia
by-
Lewis and J. J. Jones Appointed
to   Hospital   Board.
Under the heading of Appoint-
Iments, the following notice appears
in the current issue of the B. C. Gazelle:
, Lewis A. Lewis and John James
Jones, of the city of New Westminster, to be members of the board of
[managers of the Royal Columbian
hospital for two years.
TELEPHONE
YOUR ORDER TO
No. 580
��� Special Today
95-PIECE    GREEN    DECORATED
DINNER   SET,
$8.00
| NewUp-to-Date FishStore j
Opp. City Hall.
_The Fair
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
the Provincial Government, to bolster,
up, in order to prevent, the utter extermination of many of the Conservative papers of this province. Time
and again we have pointed oui thej
vast nay gigantic, sums paid to the Take notice that an application has
rm-.-rmnent's   svehophantie  followers,   been made to register Thomas Knight
Governments s><nopna ^ thg own^ ^ ^ bJ    ,    luul(i|.
The   Times   goes  so  tar  as  to  IM_ q   ^   ^   ^^   ^^     InBpector   y
thai "the   Matson   Triumvirate (vie- Dykes to Thomas Knight Jr., bearing
toria) alone draws more unearned pay date the Bth day of September, A.D.,
from   the   Provincial   Governmenl   of 1907, of all and singular thai  certain
,. ���,��� ..,,,,. .I,.,,, .,ii parcel or tract of land and premises
Hi- iis i (o unibia in one year man <i"    . . . ,  ,   .      .      ,     ...
iiiiu.su i i'ii inn situate,  lying and  being in   the Pis-
th.' Liberal newspapers west ot ine tr,c1 of X(,w Westminster, in the
lakes combined received from the Province of British Columbia, more
Dominion Government." We may add particularly known and described as
to this thai the Columbian of this [JoM*. Block 10, of part of Lot 29A,
City has drawn more "unearned pay y0(] -ml thoge clalmlng through or
from the Provincial Governmenl Ofun(jer you and all persons claiming
British Columbia than all the Liberal any interest in the said land by vir-
papers of British Columbia combined Itue of any unregistered instrument.
11 .     .     , ,,        nomlnlnn  liUul :l" Persons claiming any  interest
have  received    lrom  the    Dominion, i      ^  gaW  ^  by  descent_   whose
We cannot think what J. D. Taylor |tjt]e js not regjBtered under the pro-
M.P., of the Cofumbian, is thinking visions of the "Land Registry Act,"
this assistance, are required to contest the claim of
from   thekhe  t��
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purchaser
I days  trom the date
within forty-five
of the service of
of  to    receive    i
-when   he   bas   proclaimed
housetops  that   he  is  an   "Apostle  of  ()lis  noyce  tl])on  ym   ancj  j-   default
Purity"  and  lias the  past   few  years 0f a caveat or certificate of lis pen-
used   such   coarse   terms   when    the dens  being filed  within  such  period,
,, , . ,,,,���  ;��� ,._f   or   in   default  of    redemption   before
���cacoethes scrlbendi, is on him, tn i"Yu,y,mi(ioih yon ,U1(1 e&^ o[ vou wiu
erenee to the Dominion Government be forever stopped and debarred
as '-Turn the Rascals Out," "Turn the|from setting up any claim to or in
grafters out" "Laurier and Loot" (by respect of the said land, and I shall
the by nickname of "Loot Taylor" i^tor Thomas Knight Jr. as owner
.,,. ... ,. ., -hu 'thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
comiled    with    "Mineritis  Jim    still j(|lat   publlcatlo-   of    ttlis   notice   ft)I.
sticks to him), we presume he shuts thirty days in a daily newspaper pub
his eves, and says "that is the bust- lished in  New    Westminster    and a
ness  department." """Iil-V  "^paper published at  Chil-
'      ,    , ,       ,        ���..,. hwack will be good and sufficient ser-
J.   D.  Taylor's greatest outcry was -^ thereof
when the remuneration of the mem- Dated at the Land Registry Office,
bers of the House of Commons was New Westminster, Province of Brit-
raised. We suggested at tiie time that ish Columbia, this 13th day of Octo-
he could give the Columbian hospital
the increase, but we do not know If
CHOICE  SALMON.
FRESH   HALIBUT,
Smoked Fish
KIPPERED   HERRING,
BLOATERS   (Yarmouth   cured)
FINNAN   HADDOCK,
SMOKED   SALMON,
EASTERN   SHELL    OYSTERS.
CHICKENS
DRESSED  LOCAL GRAIN-FED
FRUITS
GRAPES,
BANANAS,
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
PEPPERS,
TABLE APPLES,
CHOICE     COOKING    APPLES.
I fraser River fish Co.
| S. A. RICHMOND, Manager
��� PROMPT DELIVERY.
G46 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
11 The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid up $4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
In  and  out of  town  accounts  soil-
! cited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE. Manager.
English Watchmaker
SANITARY PLUMBING
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
TINSMITHING
Gold Watc'jes for Lailk-s from $1275   All     WORK     GUARANTEED     BY
case,
up.
Silver Waiches,   gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' open
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Walthani   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
MERMTHE. . RAMSAY
K'm Cor. Eighth and Carnarvon
they have received a cheque yet. hut
we have not yet read "Purity"' Taylor's out burst of horror at the huge
cheques his paper is receiving from
the Provincial Governmenl for practically  no  value.
We  publish  in  lull   the  leadei
the Victoria Times on thi
ing graft
every fair minded man will
time comes, cast  his vote against a
governmenl   that   can  so  shamefully
spend the people's money.
"Jusi think of newspapers with
their hands deep in the provincial
treasury  as the hands of the Matson
ber, A. D.   1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Jane  Wilkinson.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been   made to  register  Annie   Ryder
,,f as owner ki fee simple, under a  tax
,      ,   ,    sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher to
u "Annie   Ryder,  bearing  date   the   13th
and  in  doing so  hope  that   day of October, A. D., 1906,
of all and
when the ! singular  that  certain  parcel  or  tract
of   land  and   premises  situate,   lying
and  being In   the    district of    New
Westminster, in the Province of British       Columbia,     more     particularly
known    and     described    as  lot   2'i,
[Block 1;  Lots S, 9, 16 and 17, Block
p 4;   Lots 1, 8, 9, 10 and  17. Block    6;
| Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots
battery of three are, referring to the,^ 8| 9> 16 and 17> mock 10. j^g x s
���'purchased   expressions   of     virtuous  9, 16 and 17, Block 12;  Lots 4, 5, 1
though venal Indignation whieli were
Twe
F. CRAKE
doors  from   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
TELEPHONE  586.
poured forth by every subsidized
Liberal rag throughout the Dominion
of Canada." The Times has said, and
reiterates its statement, that the Mat
son unearned pay from the
ment of British Columbia in one year
than all the Liberal newspaper, west
of the lakes combined receive from
the Dominion Government. And In
the one case the money is wasted as
far as service to the public is concerned, In the other it is legitimate
remuneration for actual  services per-
13 and 20, Block 13;  Lots 1, S. 9, 16'
and 17, Block 14; Lots 1, 8, 9, lfi and
17. Block 16; Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block
17;  Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18;
Lot  6,  Block  21;   all   subdivisions  of
Lot 203, Group 1.     Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, i
govern-'11'1 and 15>  1?,��ck  "K"   subdivision of!
Lot 268, Group l; Lots 24, 25, 26   27, ���
31 and 32, Block 1; Lots 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, '
7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 18, 19 and 20,
Block  4;   Lot 16, Block 5;   Lots  1, 8,
9, 16 and 17, Block 15;  Lots 4, 5, 12,
13 and 20, Block 9, subdivision 'of Lot
203, Group 1;  Lot 7, Block 4, of Lot
227. Group 1, Map 174.
You and those claiming through or
under you  and  all  persons  claiming
fvnv.l.    For proof of this statement gf ^terest in ,��" ""'' land b>' vlr-
-we refer the public to the columns of
the Colonist, the Post and the Week.
Never in the history of Journalism In
Canada was there such a scandalous
exhibition of graft and greed on the
one hand and of shameless waste of
public   money  on  the  other.    If  our
readers  will  take the trouble to look
at one of these government advertisements  they   will  see  it  gives    notice
of  the  removal  of  four   voters  from
the   lists.     A  column   and  a   half  of
space is occupied by  that Intimation
to four departed electors.    There are
twenty   inches   of   space   at   least   in
one column of a newspaper and fourteen lines to the Inch.    It is ar easy-
matter   to   compute  the  cost   to   the
province of the removal from the list
of these four names, basing the estimate   upon   the  ordinary   advertising
rates, which we may be sure will not
be abated  a jot  on  such  a glorious
opportunity.    The question  may  pertinently be asked, if it costs hundreds
of dollars to advertise the removal of
four names  from  one list of  voters,
what will the cost be of advertising
the removal of thousands of    voters
from   all   the   lists   throughout     the
province?     The   above     may   be   accepted as a sample of the manner in
the puhlic business or British Columbia is conducted by the McBride Government and of the methods adopted
to   secure   the   support   Of  "independent   newspapers."     It   is   In   itself   a
sufficient reason for turning that government out of office.   Of course the
any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any inierest
ln the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within ten days
from the date of the first publication
of this notice and ln default of a caveat or certificate of Us pendens being
filed within such period, or In default
of redemption before registration, you
and each of you will be forever estopped and debarred from seuing; up
any claim to or m respect of the said
land, and I shall register Annie Ryder
as owner thereof In fee. And I hereby order that publication of thi3 notice for ten days in a dally newspaper
published ln New Westminster wlll
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the land registry office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 30th day of August,
A. D., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Samuel Coulter, Esq.
Consignment of New
"Doctor"
Special
Shoes
Just Opened Up.
They have the famous HERCULES SOLE,
which is not only wearproof, but dampproof.
You will have dry feet during this wet
weather if you wear the "DOCTOR SPECIAL"
WATERPROOF SHOE.
Beauties they are. Stylish decidedly. Desirable.   Durable.   Dependable, every line of them.
SOLD  IN  THIS CITY ONLY  BY
See the Special Saturday At-^
tractions at
Lees Emporium
Here are a few lines which should convince the
economical buyer:
Besl   English,  Wilton,  Brussels and  Axminster
yard   	
English Brussels Carpets, per    yard    	
Tapestry Carpets, per yard from  	
Tapestry Carpets, 3 yards by 3 yards 	
Tapestry  Carpets.  3  yards  by 3 1-2 yard   ...   .
Tapestry Carpets, '.', yards by 4 yards 	
Brussels  Carpets.   3   yards  by 3 yards   	
Brussels  Carpets,   3   yards  by 3 1-2 yards  ...
Brussels   Carpets,   3   yards   by 4 yards	
Carpel
fi
pi
 $1.70
���90c  and 95c
 35c
 $6.50
 $7.95
 $8.75
 $16.90
 $17.50
 $19.50
I   r C^C  Furniture Emporium
JL-t   JL_-   MmJ.      Kj Lae'B  Block, Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
Easy Terms
Full sized lots (66x132), $150 each,
$30 cash, balance 6, 12. 18 and 24
months.
This is good residential property
and convenient to tram line.
McQuarrie & Co.
MAKE YOUR APPcAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
REAL   ESTATE   AGENTS.
FROINf   STREET.
How About
Your Exhibition Suit?
Are You Prepared For
This Big Event?
We Are
in a position to fii you with a
suit, style the latest, and made
from the very newest new f&ll
fabrics. Suits that are tailored to nt. They wlll pul you
in a class with your well and
neatly dressed neighbor. lb"
i .i.rrit   secured   his suit   here.    Buy
Pardon Us
But one of our new ties or a
shirt would add to your dress.
We have just received the newest In these. Look at our window.
WE   EXCEL.
J. EUGENE BROWN 6f CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN
Holmes Block NEW WESTMINSTER.
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
AUDITS  MADE, BOOKS OF ACCOUNTS OPENED ON APPROVED
SYSTEMS.
COLLECTIONS.
AGENT FOR THE HALL SAFE CO.
Room 9, Westminster
Trust Block.
P. O. BOX 795.
MEATS
SPRING    LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Oman Eighth St an��   riftl Am*
PHONE 17-
���OWELL A OODr. Proori��tor_
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
TRADE   WITH   US  AND   SAVE   MONEY
BUTTER.
We have some first-class Country Butter in 14-lb.
boxes, per pound  30c
EGGS.
Three dozen Extra Select Eggs,
$1.00
C. A. WELSH, The People's Grocer. J_���__i_____i_lJ^ THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Dry Goods House
Millinery Special
For Saturday Buying.
95 Trimmed Suit Hats, smart styles,
Saturday's price	
$4.95
Bv Express, Ladies' and Misses' Sailors.
See them.
MILLINERY     DEPARTMENT,   SECOND  FLOOR.
Tke Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
Perfect Sight
Between perfect sight aand  partial  blindness  are  many
degrees oi Beeing.    Modern   Bcience enables  ns   to give
-. I vision lo nearly all  who would see, however [mper-
r  condition   may he.    Consultation free.
Optical Parlor,
Room 13,
Domininii Trust  Bldp.
W. F. TATE,
New Westminster,  B.
few Designs in Ladies'
Net and Silk Blouses
Net Blouses
Silk Bl
from $3.95 Up
ouses from    3.50 Up
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Wednesday, Oct. 20,
YOUR MONEY
toy tim,
ancp or
during
afte
111!
it' you'ri
Isfled
it
perform-
not
John E.
"LO"
The original
Johnny Hicks
^^^^^^^       In "The Time,
��r the Place
Young  ,;:,���
In the Big Musical Comedy
Hook and Lyrics by
0. Henry and P.
Adams. Music by
Baldwin Bloane.
P
18
Musical
Number-
32
Amazingly Pretty
Young Girls und
Laughs
Same Prices as at Seattle, 50c to $1.50.
SPORTING NEWS
HLU. ATHLETIC LEAGUE   NO MORE LACROSSE
fS AMATEUR RULE        AFTER TODAY'S OAME
hree Great  Bodies  in   Canadian   Board  of  Trustees  of   Minto Cup   De
letics  Are   Now  Again  At
Peace.
cides to Let Salmon  Bellies Off
Playing  Montreal.
Business   Site  at  a
Snap
$2000.00
GOOD TERMS.
LENNIE & BURR, Hamley Block, Colombia Sireet,
Mom     i, Oct, 15.���The Y. M. C. A.
Athh .,  0f Canada held an Im
portant .;.-.. here al  the Y. M, C.
today,  Winn  among business   ��� ted  ii    was   decided   to
adopt  -     new amateui  definition ap-
ived a   tin  peace conference In (>i-
day.    The step is one cup  games   tin
��� Importance in all Can- secretary of th
-.  means that the three
bodies���the C.  A. A.  L'.,
the  Fi di ���  lion  and  the  Y.  M.  C.  A.
! leag ��� I ������ in line for the coming
the  new   Amateur  Ath-
lei     p : ���  1 lanada.
The y. :,!  c. A. league is In affiliation ��itl        C  A. A. r.. and the Importance p.:  the sii'p  taken   today is
Today's lacrosse  match  at  Queen's
park  will  be ii..   last   of the present
year���>that   is,  unless  Vancouver succeeds In tying the scon���a nn>st unlikely contingency, in which case another game  would be necessary.
There  will,    however,  be  no  more
3  year.      P.   D.   Hush.
��� board of trustees of
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
the Minto cup. yesterday wired Secretary Ryall nt the New Westminster
! crosse team to the effect that in
li �� ol the lateness of the season
and the fact that New Westminster
had already defended the cup twice
this year, the trustees had come to
the conclusion that It would be hardly
fair for them to force New Westmin-
the    Montreals' dial- j
An Art
in which we particularly excel is the showing of
YOUING   MEN'S   CLOTHES.
that with I  1  change In ;->   bylaws to :srfr- to accept
admit  oi iln   new amateur definition lenge.
the leag 11 join the new A. a. U.      While  the    Salmon    Bellies  would
ol Canada when ii is formed. I.ave  played   the   Montreals  had  the
Dr.   l-'ish. :    ol   .New   York,   who  is trustees of the cup so decided, they
secretarj   for the league,  was among are glad to be let out of the neces-
1 those  presenl   at   the  meeting.      Mr.  Blty of doing so.      It is probable that
Percy  Lee represented Ottawa.
Montreal   wlll
cup next June
travel   west  after  the
The football match between North
Vancouver public school and Lord
Kelvin school ended in a win for the
latter bj two goals to nothing. The North
plocal boys were ijuicker wiih the ball
'and had slightly the better combination. T. J. Mahoney refereed, the
Bcorers   being   E.  Smith  and  J.  Mos-
dale.
INDIANS   AT   LACROSSE.
Vancouvers    Continue    to    Be
Champions.
Society Shows Satisfaction
By Reelecting All Officers
(Continued  from  Pag�� On .)
Montgomery, a. D, Patarson, W. I.
Brandrith, Alec. Davey, .j. Richardson
and P. Guichon. Ladysmith���Alexander McMurtrie, l". \\
ley���John Smith. Geo.
Berry. \Y. J. Mcintosh, Win. McAdam,
Jas. McAdam. Lillooet���John Dunlop, A. Lochore. Lytton���Fred. 0.
Karl. Maple Ridgf���11. Ferguson,
John Laity, p. y. Harris. Matsqui���
A. Crulkshanks, H. P. Page. Mission
���J. A. Catherwood, Mr. Pecklnham.
Mount Lehman���Win. Merryfleld, J-
A. Morrison. Nanaimo���A. E. Plan-
ia. (1. C. Stevens. S. Mottishaw. Nelson, .las. McFee, Mr. Busk. Jas. Johnstone. N. P. Kendall. North Vaneoti-
ver���Win. Moril.n. Alex. Philip, ,1. F.
C. Wood. Penticton���L. W. Shatford,
M. P. P. Point Gray���W. P. Stewart.
Richmond���W. K. Buckingham, Jas.
Thompson. Jas. Tuttle, Reeve Hunt.
Jas. McCulloch, J. M. Sieves. Thos.
Lalng. Rossland���J. S. C. Fraser.
Sannlch���P, Turgoose, Geo. sangster.
T. W. Paterson, T. G. Quick. K. R
Butchart Salmon Arm���John Mc-
Quire, J. A. B. Richards. Shuswap���
Geo. Huffman, Geo. Col.urn. Slocan���
John Tarry. Soutb Nanaimo���J.
Stewart. Soutli Vancouver���Wm.
Robinson. N. Dahm. R. C. Hodgson.
R. Mc Bride. Spences Bridge���A.
Clemes. Sumas���A. J. Street. ,i. A.
Evans. Surrey���Fred. .1. Couithard.
W. McBride. 11. G. Lawrence, 11.
Bose. ,l. B. Loney, B. G. Bnrton-Mac-
Kenzie. Vernon���W.    C.    Ricardo,
Price Ellison. M. P. P.. S. P. French.
M. S. Middleton. J. T. Hardolph. S. A.
Shatford. Westham Island���F. Kirkland. Joseph Tambouline. Whitehorse
���W. M. Wilkinson. .1. M. Murray.
Kaslo���Wm. Cockle. Fraser Mills���
A. D. McRae. Port Moody���Mr. Cote,
Perry D. Roe. Edmonton���A. G. Harrison. Strathcona���J. L. Porte. Calgary���John A. Turner. Prince Rupert���T. Lewis. And the mayors and
reeves of each municipality In
province.
Rev.   J.   S.   Henderson
tion   to   several   subjects.
president had referred to. particularly
to the coupon ticket  system, the new
grand stand and speeding contests for
farmers.    Willi  regard  to the tickets,
he thought  ll  should  be  smaller, and
instead   Of  being  detached  should  he
punched at the gates.
!     Rev.   A.  B.  West  would  like  to see
the   holder   of   the   ticket   allowed   to
detach  the portion of the coupon
help tbe various members of the
Hy  who wished  to group at different
.times  of  the  day.
I    Mr.  Brymer  explained
coupon   system    was
plan suggested by ���   .__.
adopted.       The   figures   of    Thursday
contrasted    with    the    corresponding
jday of 1908 showed that the receipts
iwere two thousand dollars more than
Tlie North Vancouver Indians won
their match against Chilliwack yesterday, extra time being played. Each
scored in the first, while neither
could net In the second period. In
the third Eugene Jason scored for
Chilliwack. and August George, who
had already obtained the first score
for the Capllano boys, netted twice
for North Vancouver, and Chilliwack
equalized Just before the close. This
necessitated extra time being played,
but only half a minute was required,
as Shield scored for North Vancouver. Sid. Malcolmson refereed. the
game being fairly clean, though slashing was frequently indulged in.
Hawes. Lang- North Vancouver has now won the R.
Hunter. .1. W. A. _ I. Society cup three years running and is entitled to keep it for
good.
last year. It avoided fraud, as was
shown by tbe fact that while only
3600 membership entries had been
registered on Thursday there were
6270 on the corresponding day of last
year.
Next Year's Dates.
The society decided to hold the fair
in   the   week  commencing  October   3
next year, from October   1  to S.
Cruelty to Animals.
Mrs. Polndgestre, on behalf of the
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals, drew attention to the
need of preventing animals In foal,
calf or litter being brought to ihe
lair. The matter was left to a committee of stockmen.
I
Rubber
Goods
PER
CENT.
AND  FOR
OUR    WINTER
US
HAVE ADVANCED TWENTY
FORTUNATELY FOR
YOU WE PURCHASED
STOCK  BEFORE
the
drew   utten-
which   the
THE ADVANCE. WE HAVE DE
CIDED TO SELL AT OLD PRICES
FOR ONE WEEK. IT MEANS A
SAVING TO YOU WORTH TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF, SO IF YOU EXPECT TO BE NEEDING A HOT WATER BOTTLE OR SYRINGE OR
COMBINATION OF BOTH, YOU
HAD BETTER ACT QUICKLY.
to
lam-
that   If  "1P
continued   this
Mr. Vert would t"1
O.S. CURTIS& CO.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
Phone 176.
This is the House of Quality
Prices the lowest. Values the best. Business kept on principle. One price to all.
We are pleased to show you our stock, the
finest in the city.
W.  E.   PALES
"Mil Apes Street.      TheReliabieFurnitureDealer,Upholsterer,Undertaker
*iHLv!__K_KB_
ii^kjCARPETS.WUUtHS. umuub
We have always recognized the fact that clothes
for the young MAN must
DISTINCTLY     "DIF-
be
FERENT," and   we   have
succeeded   in  procuring a
garment    which
of
type
almost every manufacturer in America has ENDEAVORED to Imitate.
If you want to know whether they have succeeded
or not, just COMPARE
the garments we are
showing for Fall and
Winter, and you will decide  that
Proper Clothes
are    DECIDEDLY    apart
from  ALL  OTHERS.  We
shall be glad to have you
Inspect our stock.
SUITS $10, $15, $20 to $35.
OVERCOATS $10, $12, $15 to $25.
j REID & CO.
I PROPER CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN.
I 601    COLUMBIA  STREET.
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
I can insure your valuablejhorses and
cattle against death from every cause in
a reliable Canadian company at reasonable rates.
This kind of insurance is as necessary
as fire insurance.
Enquire for particulars.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER   16|
RlCHARtft..       _	
EVAPORATED  CREAM
Nature's food  for tlie weak as well as for the
strong i.s pure milk.   The acme of purity and
excellence in ini'.k products is St. Charles In-
weetened Ev_.pora.tcd  Cream.    It is not
lcrely the best infant   food.
s also tlie l_st fool
���rs.   It is better th?
 lilk or cream for all
purjxises.    For many purposes  it   is   vastly
superior.    It is made on scientific principles,
will keep forever, and  is  always pure.    It
never curdles.    Vou take no chances
when you use St. Charles Cream.
Handsome booklet of valuable  information to
mothers and nurses sent I-'KKK upon application.
Sold by 'Best Grocers EtJeryivhere.
ST.  CHARLES   CONDENSING   COMPANY.
Ing��r��oll, Ont.
MARKET
REPORT
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Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL   .'.... $6,000,000
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CAPITAL  .1^^_9_____^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_%.. . .$2,200,000    ���
Thrifty  people  who   use ou    Savings  Bank  Department will  find
It convenient and will  receive every courtesy, whether their account   T
be  large or small.    Savings Depatments at every branch. ���
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The feature ot the market yesterday was the unusually large attendance, due to the tact thai the city Is
thronged with visitors to the provincial exhibition, who while her,, are
taking the opportunity to visit the
large*! and mosl representative market in the province. Farmers also
were present in more than usual numbers.
The supply generally was good, but
the dairy produce, garden stuff and
florists stalls were practically deserted, their owners having .mine to the
exhibition. The business was brisk
in till lines. The prices were unchanged.
Meat generally was offered in large
quantities nnd all was sold, port being especially plentiful. Egg. were
ins usual plentiful for litis time '''
year, and all sold with a heavy call.
Fowl and chickens all sold reudily,
j except birds in poor condition or
Ismail in size. liueks were limited in
quantity, The demand for roots and
vegetables waa limited, ami the Bup-
ply good. Apples were comparative*
ly plentiful and the demand good tor
first grade Stock.      There was a good
Iauction sale
Official    Quotations.
[Beef, hindquarters, per lb...Sc to 9c
Beet, forequarters, per lb ... Oc to ,;<'
Lamb 14 to IB
Mutton lie to 12c
Veal, large 8c to Be
Veal, medium luc to He
Pork, medium, per  Ib    ... llle
Eggs,  wholesale, per doz 12c
Eggs, retail, per dozen..   ..-15c to 50c
Hut ter,   wholesale,   per   lb 2.'c
Butter, retail, per lb Hoc
Mackil I ish,     Marion     Mercer,  Flossy
Burton, Ada Cambridge, Ena Mackln-
3wendellyn  Kellington.   Maggie
Melrose   Doekrill.   Ivy    11111
Kellington,    Elsie
to
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Walt
ton.   Gwendyllen
Kli
______
Seconds���Doreen Thomas, G. Polng-
M.    Buchanan,    M.  Saint, C.
G   Brown, J. McKlnnon, Bessie
, .  \   Peters, Florence Mercer,
M    Bucl le  and   N.   Walters.
Florence       Mercer,       Kate
Uian Gulchon, Freda Nelson,
Stephens,    Dorothy  Arm!
I ��ai    Cheal.
Clara  Mercer
Beatrice Wilkie,
Marion  Mereier,   Elsie
,
nd   Itita  Baker.
Beryl
Salt:
Ivy
Susie  I.o-
l Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster.
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WE SELL
The Sunshine Furnace.
WE DO
all kinds of Tinsmithing.
WE REPAIR HEA TERS
AND
WE SELL THE KOOTENAY
RANGE.
Fowl, per doz
Chickens, per doz
Broilvra  per doz.
Ducks, per doz.  .
Polatoes. per ton
Crab  Apples,  per  cratt
Apples, per box
Pears, per box
Onions  per sack
$6.50 to $7.50
.. .$5 to $p>vn
$4.0. to $5.0 I
.$10 to $10.50
 $12
 50c
. .$1.25 to $1.50
..T5c to $1.00
$1.25 to $l.l'ii
Intermediate and Senior Races.
Firsts���Marjorle       Rolph,
d;   Agnes   Turnbull.   Ellen
p     lis    Couithard,     Phyllis   Brown;
M    .1  \i,..... Olive Owen
Seconds���M. Hume. 1). Trapp
Gainer, M Wilkie. Ella Potter,
Bond,  Ella   Fader.  M.  Owen.
Third! Ulce Bucklin.
ree, Ida Roberts, Elizabeth Guichon,
Alice Mercer, Elizabeth Saint. Mary
Morgan, Mabel  Maynard.
Tubercule   Test   on   Cow.
Tin- bovine tubercule test proved
particularly attractive to a large
gathering of stock breeders and
butchers yesterday afternoon, tho test
being carried oul on a dl��i\'is.'ti animal ai the rear of tbe zoological part
of the park. A demonstrator explained the signs of disease in the
various parts of the animals, and was
listened to with much attention. The
animal will be buried to prevent contagion.
Afternoon   Attraction   Failed.
Owing to the impossibility of the
Westminster Rovers getting a visiting
team io play yesterday afternoon, the
match had to be abandoned. An effort was mad.' to get an East End
and West End lacrosse fixtuie, but
this could hot be brought off on tic-
count of the short time in which notice could be given the players.
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[Dflfri^OT
IMPRESS   UPON   YOUR   MIND
THESE TWO SPECIAL FACTS
Robin Hood Flour must satisfy you in
two fair trials or you can have your money
hack   it is the guaranteed flour.
Robin Hood Flour absorbs more moisture
than other flours therefore add more
water when you use it and get a larger,
whiter loaf.
Saskatchewan  Flour  Mills Co.
Limited
MOOSE JAW,  SASK.
���������������������������������������������������������������������� �����������������������������������������������������������������������������]
Electric Railway Service
Carrots, sack 75c
Turnips, sack  60c
Cabbage, sack 50c
Record Crowd Expected
at Exhibition Grounds Today
KIRK'S HARDWARE,New We..n__,_, B. C.
ADVERTISE  IN THeT NEWS
(Continued from Page One.)
Boys under 16 years���1, Wilson;  2,
Creighton;   3,  Keller.
Boys  under   17   years���1,  Lane;   2.
Vert;  3, Sangster.
Running Broad Jump���1, Keller, 14
ft.  1  in.;   2, Proctor.
Standing Broad Jump���Keller. 7 ft.
S 1-2 ln;  2, Vert.
Running   Hop,   Step   and   Jump���1,
Keller. 31' ft. 4 1-2 In.; 2. Hunter.
Running Broad Jump���1, Kellar, 14
ft. 1 in.;  2, Proctor.
E. R. McMillan and A.
started the events, and
were J. H. Kellar, J. H.
R. G.  Faulkner.
Girls.
H.   M.   MacKenzie   and
Galium  acted
judges were F.
Spurr.
Firsts���Gertie      Rainey,     Kathleen
H. Lowther
the judges
Prince and
D.
^^^^^ P. Mac-
as starters, and the
O. Canfield and II. J.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
THE RED CROSS
SANITARY CLOSETS
A sanitary closet not requiring water or sewerage.
���
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Interurban  Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and way
stations   will   run  every halt
hour   from   5:50   a.  m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   line.
City Line: Cars leave t:ia
ofllce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten minutes atter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service halt-hourly between S: 30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
HALL-LAVERY   BLOCK
New Westminster.
I   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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1, ���
Model Sign Works |
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
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Theo. p. Young. Prop.
If you fill your numerous wants for Stationery, Books, Bibles,
Hymn Books, Magazines, Foreign News Papers, and in fact anything usually carried in a flrst-class Stationery Store.
We buy direct from the manufacturers for spot cash, no middleman's profit to be added and therefore we can show you some
money-saving   prices.
Th�� new English Church Hymn Books are now in stock. D:
you   require  one?
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
te*****
Saturday Specials
UCE COUNTER.
One hundred pieces of Valenciennes and imitation Torchon
Laces and Insertions, varying in width from 1-4 to 1 l-_ inches.
Regular values up to 25c a yard.      Saturday,  per yard   ...   ...5c
CORSET COVERS.
We have a little line of white embroidered Corset Covers, all
that is left ol our 40o, 50c and 60c lines to be cleared Saturday at
each    25c
LADIES' SWEATERS AND GOLFERS.
The C. P. R. has in transit for us a large shipment of these
and on Saturday we will give special cleanup prices on our
present stock.
PILLOW CASES.
About 10 dozen 42-inch plain Cotton Pillow  Cases.    Re_ ilar
25c line.      Saturday price 3 for t.oc
8-4 WHITE COTTON SHEETS.
A  Special   purchase  Of  these enables us ,., sell you a splendid
heavy  round  thread  Sheet  at per pair $1i75
P. BURNS I CO.
Are Open to Supply
All Kinds of
"FOWNES" GLOVES.
Have you seen our special   Ladles'  Fine  Kid  Gloves  in   this
famous  make In    all colors and sizes, at per pair $1.25
The William Hunter Company, Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, OPP. CITY HALL.
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
Beef, Mutton,  Veal,
Pork and Poultry
of the best quality
To Railways, Steamboats, Camps, Etc.
I.,..,,,,.,,,.*,,,*,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.***.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE   101.
645   Columbia  Street.
I
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
CANTON. OHIO.
Prices given on application for Flre,
Burglar proof and other safes; vault
doors;   locks, etc.
FOR FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
Agent,   H.    J.    A.    BURNETT,  Ac I      ARROW  PR^S
ununt and auditor, P. O    Box 691   1739 FRONT ST., WINDSOR  BLVim. OCTOBER  16.
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN'.
Hotel Butler Anne
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   $1   p~r  day   up.
Room   and   board   $2.50  per  day up.
Poom  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per da
All outside rooms, with hot and c
water, steam heat, long distance tele
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and boai
CARLETON   GILBERT.   Mgr.
Sporting Goods
DUCKS     AND     DEER,   ETC.
THE SEAS-N   FOR  SHOOTING    ^^^^^^^^^^^
nPENED ON   SEPTEMBER   1.
TRY US FOR   REQUIREMENTS   IN   THE   GUN.   AMMUNITION
SPORTING GOODS  LINE, AS   WE   ARE    CARRYING   A    FULL
AND COMPLETE  STOCK   AT   LOW   PRICES
t J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
More Winners of Prizes    RUSSIAN SOLDIERS
in Different Divisions     m mm m[
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(. o . inui I tr >.; p.. 'e Three.)
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Vldal;
wil.I;
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Easter-brook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75   per   Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
FLOUR AND  FEED MERCHANTS
Y   way   M-L    Paints   are
���. :���, the fai ������ ry-test8 they
ir.tl the materials that J
���-., gives you i   - t for
your ���       I y in ii call labelled
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Paints
Ni     :     i' in bulk���always in tins.
M.i. ������        '���  ,. rial  Varnish ami
Color Co., Limited, ni Toronto.
Sold locally by
���    ANDERSON &LUSBY
ror New West
i   a   er and district.
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Vi ;     Kenny.
work .pi. linen or cloth
I.   -      '��� lexandi r;  ..   Annie Wils.in.
I' collai Vera   Kenny.
ow���l,    \    .,    Kenny;   2.
. ite
Cotton '.i..us.-   I   I.    i,i Alexander.
Doylii      i.n        :. anj.  .. Jei i h
Allen.
Stiti _ work ��� ' ibroidery on l'1" ii '
or apron i. Verj Kenny; ., Ruth
Wlntemute.
Eyelel  eml lerj   mi  corset covei
--1, Vera ..  Laui
der,
embrolderj    l
Kenuj;   .'   Ni       Doekrill.
i'i. ce     p.;    ������ in oidery���1.
Alexandi i:   .. Ji   -i.-  Alh n
Wailachian      i inbroldi i      I
Kennj    2,  Ua   McDonald.
Coronation     v.in!   work���1,
:-;.��� tjii>    ..   I... ii pi   Alexander.
Knltti '1 up- croi ; ��� ted  ��""l slippers '
���1,  Laura  Al' .an li r.
Lampshade    I,  Hazel  Kenny.
Paper flowers���1, Maj   I.   Barclay.
Huckaback darning, Bofa pillow���1
Phyllis Gray:   2, Marj   Peebli s.
Czar's Government May Use
Military Discipline to Get
Men Into Upper Chamber.
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
Ven
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I Work
12
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT STREET. New   Westminster
EL I Classified Advertisements.
Telephone J33.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
*_���_������������i
Manufacturers and Dealers ��_>.// Kina" of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
WANTED.
WANTED���380 CEDAR PILES. POR
particulars apply to W. W. Forrester, contractor, 517 Pt. George St.
WANTED���SOUTH AFRICAN WAR-
rants. Highesl cash price paid-
Gem ral Securities Co . Ltd., 321
Homer sine'. Vancouver. 240-6
DRY GOODS���YOl'NG MAN. AGED
24, wains position; eight years' experience; show card writer; good
references. Apply Box D. G.. News
offlce. -4lMl
WANTED���BY GOOD. HONEST
Christian Japanese boy, situation
in domestic work, early morning
and evening; or any kind of evening work. Applv Murakami, Box
4:;;.  city. 236-3
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
���   ������������ll
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
WANTED���MEN TO WORK ON
the Burnaby roads. Wages *2.51
ppr dav of eight hours. Applj
Municipal Hall, Edmonds station,
Ii.  C.   E.  Railway.
DIVISION   R,
don.-   by   children  under
since October, 1908.
Kitchen apron���l, Mabel Rawlinson;
2, Mary Keary.
Dallied socks or Stockings���1, Mary
Keary; .. .May i,. Barclay.
Hemmed   handkerchiefs���l.   Brownie   Peebles;   2,   Mabel   Rawlinson.
Knitted lac.���l, Mary  Keary.
Crocheted   lace   In   cotton���1,   Mary
Keary;  2, May Barclay.
Dressed  doll���1,   Mary   Keary.
Doll's bassinet ite, furnished���1.
Mary   Keary;   2,   M.ty   Barclay.
Doll's hat or bonnet���l, May Barclay,   2.  Mary   Keary.
Scrap books���1, May Barclay; 2.
Edith Innes.
Fancy pin cushion���1, Brownie
Peebles;   2,   Blanch.-   Inaes,
Outline work���l, Nora McKenzie;
2, May Barclay
Embroidery ou linen��� i. Brownie
Peebles:  2, May  Barclay.
Sofa Pillow���1, Brownie Peebles;
_. Mary Keary.
Hemstitching���1, Berlta itoach; 2-
Brownie Peebles.
Worked initial on linen���1, Brown-
1.'  Peebles;   2.  Mary Keary.
Collection of home and foreign postal cards���1. May Barclay;  2, Gfeorgle
Gray.
Beat novelty of any kind���1, May
Barclay;   2,   Mary   Keary.
Specimen of rafia work���1, Georgie
Gray.
Pencil drawing, igirli���1, May Barclay.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 11.���it is report
ed here from Helsingfors thai the
Govei noi Genera] of Finland contemplates forming a Senate trom the
Finns now in the Russian military
service, to replace the Senators who
l.i.i   month   notified   him   thai   they
would  nol   accepl   re-appolntmeni   tohg tho |)1;i(,,, tl) ,my or golj n,,w
.   . the oilier, because th.'  Russian  Cab-j second-hand goods of any kind
Alexan- inel Insisted thai the Finnish Senate
assign $4,000,000 as Finland's annual
contribution for the defence ol the
empire.    The   Finns  were  willii,.   to
i contribute  onlj ,000    annually.
This step is proposed as the only way
out of the presenl situation, unless
some compromise between the Fin-
Hazel ish leaders and the Russian Cabinet
���can be arranged. The constitution requires thai tii" Finnish Senate be
composed ol Finnish subjects, bul
Finns of all parties flatly refuse to
accepl offlce under the present conditions.
The Finnish Secretary of State, M.
Langhoft, is now al Yalta endea\ >r-
lng wi find a solution of the crisis in
personal conferences with the Emperor, and there is som.- hope of his
success.
Finnish public opinion is highly
alarmed al the possibilities of the
present crisis, which is an outcome of
ti s.'iies of measures adopted during
the past two years, with the view of
bringing Finland into closer relation
With   the  empire.
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FRONT  STREET
and
^ We
have nearly      	
100 DOZEN JELL. JARS
which we are offering tor 10c per doz.
They are new.
We also have a splendid large case
of
Over Fifty Stuffed Birds and
Animals
for sale at a bargain.
We can't, begin to tell yon all we
have, but no matter what you want,
come here first.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE,
Columbia St.      "Man on the Wheel."
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KING MANUEL NOT
TO WED PRINCESS
Karny Obstacles in the Way of the Rumored  Alliance  With   Princess  Alexandra of Fite.
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NOTICE.
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Those having rooms to let during
Exhibition week please ban I their
names and addresses with particulars
to the Secretary at the Exhibition
grounds, as a number of applications
have already been received applying
for accommodation during Fair week.
W. li. KEARY,
Mgr.-Sec.
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WANTED���GOOD   LOT   IN    WEST-
minster; can pay $75 to $100 cash.
balance   $76   quarterly.    Give   particular to 11, Drawer 855, Vancouver.
INDIAN   WORK.
Collection   of   needlework  from   Ui-
diaii school���1, Sechelt;  2,. St. Mary's
^  Mission.
��� _   _    _, ���.   - -1    Collection of needlework, women or
WANTED���TENDERS   FOR   CLEAR-   ^i^,,     Mis8   E.   Gabriei;     2,   Mrs.
lng about a half acre.      Lot 1,   lis-  qj^6( [1v joe
...,,t i QgQggtjQjj ()1- knitting, socks or
stockings���1, Hy Ignace; 2, Mrs. Chief
Hy  Joe.
| lis-
trict lot 757, Lulu island, fronting
on the North Ann. D. C. Patterson,
Edmonds Station. 233-6
WANTED���YOUTH      ABOl'T     Sixteen years to learn dry goods business.     Apply at once. W
ter Co.
Collis-
232 tf
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice thai an application has I Re 14.100 acres of portion of see-
i����i! msde to register Charles Ketch- tlon 2i, block 5, north range 0. west
on as tne owner In tee simple, un- ^-ew Westminster district,
te a tax sale deed from C. C. fisher , whereas proof of the loss of certl-
to Frederic \V. Howav and Robie L. fica,e of title bomber B657F Issued in
tel bearing date the 1st day of De- th_ narne of island Lodge No. 24, I. o.
��*niber. A. D., 1902, of all and slngu- 0 p. na3 been filed in this offlc.
�� lhat certain parcel or tract of j Notice ls hereby giv<�� that I snail,
���nd and premises situate, lying and at the expiration of one month from
tons In the district of New West
������taster, in the
Collection of knitting���1, St. Mary's
school;   2,   Mrs.   Chief  Hy  Joe.
Collection   of   crochet   work���1,   SL
Mary's  School;   .,   Mrs.   A.   Williams.
 Assortment    of   Indian   baskets���1,
WANTED���SHINGLE      BOLTS    OR] Mrs. Billy Jones;   2, Mrs. Agues Joe.
tract   of    cedar suitable    tor bolt- j    Collection  of  Moccasins���1,  Hy  Ig-
cutting.      See  us  If    you  want   to  mice; 2, Mrs. L. Gabriel
dispose  of yonr  cedar.      Westmin-i    Butter,  by
ster  Mill Co.. Ltd., P
New Westminster, B. C.
WANTED���TO
nished   house.
O.   Box  10<t:i. j Chief   Hy  Joe
London, Oct. 14.���Direct contradiction is made by Truth today to the
persistent reports that King Manuel
of Portugal is coming over bete to be
betrothed to Princess Alexandra of
Fii.-.
"There is no foundation for th.. rldi-
icuious report," says Truth, "that the
betrothal is to be announced at a state
banquet at. Windsor Castle during his
1 majesty's visit. King Manuel and
Princess Alexandra have never seen
each other and there would be numerous grave obstacles In the way of
such a marriage, it If had ever been
contemplated in any responsible quarter, which it. has not been.
"A weekly contemporary announces
that the late King of Portugal always
Wished that the late Prince Royal
, migh marry an English princess. This
is pure fiction and a most unfortunate
fabrication for it ls well-known that
preliminaries for tlie betrothal of the
late Prince Royal to an Austrian Archduchess were being arranged at the
time of the king's death.
"The future Queen of Portugal
must have a very large fortune. This
ls an indispensable qualification, It
would, moreover, be very imprudent
for King Manuel to marry any one but
a born and bred Roman Catholic, for
the   Portuguese   certainly   would   not
Mrs. Chief
BRIGHTEN UP YOUR DINNER TABLE FOR EXHIBITION   WEEK.
MOREY & CO.
ARE  MAKING  A
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF DIN-
NERWARE
FOR A FEW DAYS. COME
AND SEE IT AT 665 COLUMBIA STREET.
MOREY'S
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BIG   BOOK   STORE.
616   Columbia   Street.
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RENT,      A
Apply  News
Fl'R-
Offlce.
        the date of the first Publication here
.       province of    British  0,   ln a dally newspaiwr published in
wlmbla, more    particularly   known  th'    -lty  0f  New  Westminster,  issue
��Jd described as Lot 13 of Block IS I a   duplicate   of    he   said   certificate,
<�� Lot 2i.l,   Group   1, Murray's Ad.i-  nn\ess  in  the  meantime valid  oujec-
��, north half of Lot 14 of Block 13   tlon ^ made to me in writing.
��� Lot 201, Group 1,  Murray's  Addl-' C. S- KE1T"; ,
Uon. District Registrar of^1��1es.
>��u ��nd those claiming through or p Land  Registry Office,  New  W esimin-
���" you an.l  an  persons  claiming'8ter   3   rj., September 9. 1909.
"T Interest in the said land by vlr-;       '  '	
,.oi   an>' unregistered Instrument,' ^�����r>e _nn   SALE BY
Wall persons claiming any Interest  STOCK  OF   GOODS  FOR   SALt  by
��� the said |an_    by  descent,  whose |
"* Is not registered under the pro-
uslons of the """
WANTED-SMART YOUTH FOR
offlce wltl. knowledge of shorthand.
Apply this offlce.
woman  or girl���1. ,^'s-| ^com^T Vrotestiint princess    who
Johnny | ��fcome 11     ^^ offldally. The
story of the Queen Mother having
set her heart on an English alliance
Is all moonshine."
SNAPS FOR FAIR
Joe
LOST���ON COLUMBIA STREET. A
lady's fur. Finder please return
to this offlce.
TENDER.
LOST���GOLD LOCKET AND CHAIN
on Thursday at the exhibition
grounds; locket set with five brilliants and one inch in diameter.
Suitable  reward  for  return  to  this 'Gabriel
240-21   corn-
Liou.     ^^^^^^^^_     .      1
Bread,   bv   woman   or   girl     .
Gabriel;  2, Mrs. Chief Hy Joe.
Bottled fruit, by woman or girl���1.
Mrs. L_ Gabriel;  2, Joe Gabriel.
Wheat���1,  Chief  Hy  Joe;   2,  Chief
Li��at_-1,   Chief   Hy   Joe;     2,   Chie<
Langley. k-i���i.    ���>
Timothy   seed���1,   Jno.   Gabriel,   A
Joe  Gabriel.
Clover seed���1, Jno. Gabriel; .
Joe  Gabriel. . ,
Potatoes���1, Jno. Gabriel; 2, Chief
Langley. ,,       ,
Carrots���1, Joe Gabriel;  ., Mrs. i_
Gabriel. , ,    ,,   nh,at
Turnips-1.    Jno. Gabriel;  2, Chief
'Langley. .
i    Onions���1, Joe Gabriel;   2, Mrs. U
DISCOVER GOLD LEAD
IN ADIT1BI DISTRICT
WE_
Samples of Ore  in Possession of Ontario Government Are Rich in-
Mineral.
SEVEN MODERN HOUSES WITH
ELECTRIC LIGHT; CITY; GOOD
TERMS.
FRUIT AND CHICKEN FARM
NEAR TRAM  AND CITY
DAIRY AND PASTURE FARM,
MILE  FROM CITY.
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.     '   h   I.1  H kt'
��� 'Vi u^r*1$f_
���;   ,. Pte
,���  ,ii,-    Land  Registry  Act.'      Tenders will be received by the1 un
��e required to contest the claim of! dersigned at the sheriffs offlce, ��-ou.i
"e tf purchaser within forty five House, New Westminster, up w 1-
l sfron, the late of the flrst publl- o'clock noon, on Wednesday, ��y
��Won ol tuts noiic... and ln defaultj twenty-seventh day of October. l��u��.
01 a caveat jr c. "" "  "   "'
-1,    Mrs. L. J. Gabriel;.
1, Mrs. L. J. Gabriel;
Joe
J.
!_ereol in fee.
In default of    redemption  before Mission City, B. C. Persons
'e5is ration, you and each of you Will 0f Inspecting the stock can do bo    i
L   ��v"'   estopped and   debarred I applying to A. W. Lane, Esq., provm
��m selling up any  claim  to or  In c|al constable, Mission City.
����Pec. of the said land, and I shall I    inventories of the stock can be seen
Charles Ketchum as owner.0n    application    at my    omce'     Mls.
that"7i'?, fe,;'     And l hereby direct  Westminster, or to Mr. Lane
thlm"���!      lli(jn    ol    tl>is  notice  for Lion City. ,     .��� __t nec-
lnlrty lays in a daily new.naner DUh-      The highest or any tender not nec
lessarlly accepted.     Te^-h.
Assignee
^^^^^_    ing
p. Burns _ Co.
Hshe'd
in
 j newspaper put)
-non     .  New Westminster  will   be
�����w and sufficient service thereof
Ya,c"l at the 1
New'��. ftl Ule hanrt Registry  Offlce,
Ish n Veslmlnster.  Province'of   Brit-
KITS: SS. ^sth day or 8ep-
TO    LET ��� LARGE    FRONT    BED-
r<x)m. 701 Agnes street, near Carne-
Library.
207tf.
Gabriel
Beans
Gabriel.
Peas���1, Jno. Gabriel;  2, Mrs. L
Gabriel.
Cabbage���1, Chief Langley;  2, Mrs.
L. J. Gabriel.
Pumpkins���1, Chief Langley; 2, Joe
Squash���1.   Chief  Langley;   2,     Hy
Apples���1,  Chief   Langley;   2,   Jno.
Gabriel. .	
Pears���1,   Chief    Langley;   _,   Jno.
Gabriel. ,    ,
Reserve exhibit of farm products���
1, Langley;  2, Chellls;  _, lchewassan.
Sheriff's offlce,
October 12, 1909.
NPW    Westminster, SA_E-SECOND HAND PI^JO
pT() Henrj
Kit),
V      "
���,.  ti  _,.rei ot southeast q��ar-
Re part (1 acre) 01 ��� _
ter of  section    12,  township  2.  Naw
C S. KEITH.
district Registrar.
Young, Esq., John Uren, i����.  ��" , Jlat,int
228-30 .Westminster ���������%.fl loss 0f certl-
 1    Whereas proof of 0�� loss o ^
...     ^^^^ flcate of title number    '��� ������'
Westminster W nam^of wmlam ��
F_��__��-_    _C Am * fl,ed ln thl8 offlC��-   v,n that 1 st��a11-
1 r^flSf ���>r    ���    _T1 N'otlce Is hereby g'ven     at
������^1 \Z.r   *_AJ��Lt the expiration of one momh
���*. *__.  ~ l��_��J^A_^_aiS,SSSS-d m
'UK sau_���_^_~-^���  ���---���- .
in fine condition, well known make
bargain;   easy     terms.      Apply   "���
Daily News Offlce. _____
8EASON OPENS.
Toronto,  Oct.   14.���The     Provincial
jog j Department of mines has received reports of material  gold discoveries In
the district surrounding the township
of Whitney. 1
So great is the interest that already '
according to the department's advices
there are flve hundred prospectors In
the field.
The route to the fold fields Is by
the Driftwood river, a tributary of
the Abitlbl. The field lies west of
Night   Hawk   Lake   near     Porcupine
Lake.
Mr. Thomas W. Gibson, Deputy Minister of Mines, states that samples
of the ore show visible gold ana
some places In the district are said to
be rich in the precious mineral.
The department Is making Investigations.
a 'Phon
Columbia Street.
5B   delivered    promptly
any Part ot the city.
Barn 'Phone 137 lof in
'the C
to
andH
OFFICE
Heavy Hauling
-TRAM DEPOT.
Tdal.y newspaper g~ ^
the City of New Westm^ter taWl^
duplicate of the said ^/'^ Yfdon   be
In  the  meantime   valid   objection
made to me in writing. ^^
District Registrar of Titles
Land  Registry  Office     NV*  West
nlnster, B. C, August 2, IW.
HORSES FOR SALE���HAVING Received more horses from our log-
gin, camps than we can use, we
offer for sale four tine draft horses
weighing over 1500 pounds each.
Small & Bucklin Lumber Co., City.
230-3
FOR SALE���NEW 25-FOOT PLEAS-
ure launch equipped with .horsepower Palmer motor. ~* **"
call 512 Eighth street.
Sportsmen Started After Pheasant
and Grouse Yesterday.
The pheasant and grouse shooting
season opened yesterday, and a number of parties of sportsmen were oat
with their guns and dogs. The niros
were plentiful and good sport was enjoyed. The pheasant season closes
on December 15, and the grouse season on December 31.
HOUSE AND LOTS, VICTORIA.
WATER FRONTAGE WITH  RAILWAY  SIDING.
1
ACREAGE   ON   WESTMINSTER'S
NEW TRAM  LINE.
FRUIT AND CHICKEN FARM
STOCKED WITH 1000 PRIZE CHICKENS AND EQUIPMENTS.
THIRTY ACRES WITH WATER-
FRONTAGE SUITABLE FOR SAW-
MILLS. ,      4   ,   j J
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Among Westminster P^Ple a��
Seattle are Mr. aud Mrs. F^ J. Hart,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Agar and Mr. and
Mrs. M. H. Nelems.
Write
FOR SALE���CHEAP, RETORT JEW-
ell heater, gord as new; suitable
for large room or hall. For wood
or coal.     Box 16, Dally News.
HE HOME PAPE
Is  tbe  Paper  That  Prints  All
the      Home     News.
The     Daily    New*
10c a  Week.
NOTICE RE LULU I8LAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge ts
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and tbe public generally are
caution.d against hauling loads of
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must take all th^ risks oa
themselves.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
New Westminster, Jniy
BUILDING LOTS, VANCOUVER.
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By order.
City  Hall,
23rd, 1909.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster.
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MAKE YOUR APPEAL to ths publlo
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Morning Paper.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
16, 1909.
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Evidence is
Better Than
Talk
You can have evidence of our especial values in Groceries and Crockeryware if you buy
from us.
We have the largest and best line
of groceries in the
town, and we have
the price that will
suit any buyer.
When in town
call and see our
store���full of life,
full of artistic
thought and full
of honest values.
PROOFS
City News
THE very fact that there are
more Great  Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron   Ranges
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three Lines as long as a cheap
range,  but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON   &   LUSBY
Columbia Streel.      ']. _
Bob Stevenson's whole stock of
Ik.nts mud shoes to be sold off in
thirty days. 21.
Price   Ellison.   M.   P.   P.  of  Vernon,!
was a  visitor to the fair yesterday.
For first-class cut  llowerB a:id any
kind of Floral work, t.ie.hone Davie
Greenhouse, R20S. ����
Fine    dressed    Bpring    chickens at
j Fraser River Fish Co.
Chit'1' T. E. Crowell, of Vernon, vis
ited  the city yesterday.
Did you see the happy crowds leav- I
ing   Fader's  crockery   sale  yesterday'.' |
They uot bargains, that is the reason.
Open evenings.
See the B. C. boy giant, on exhibition at the Fair. Tallest boy in tli<>
world, aged eighteen. Admission
ten cents. 240-1
Mr. "V. .Norman Bole, K. C., accompanied by Mrs. Hole, left on Thursday
for   Chilliwack.
Todd's Mandolin and Guitar Club.
Your choice, mandolin, violin or guitar wiih case, music, and three
months' Instruction free. Membership
ticket $20. Todd's .Music Store, Columbia street. 232
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost  while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witcliazel Cream
We also hava all  kinds of complexion  creams  and  skin  foods
at
MUIR. DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Btesmer Transfer will make a
special trip on Sunday, leaving the
City  at   li  o'clock.       The  regular  trip
on   Monday  will
sequence.
be cancelled in con-
THE
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
A      NIGHT SCHOOL
Your spare time worth money. Why
not use it?
We can prepare you for a responsible position that will mean
Advancement.
Do not stand still. Improve your
position. Expert teachers. Quick
results.
WestminsterModernBusiness
School
A.  L.  BOUCK,  Principal.
610 Columbia Street
REMOVAL NOTICE.
On and after this date the
business of this Company will
���be transacted In the offices
lately occupied by McBrlde &
Kennedy, 28 Lorne street, ln
the company's head offlce building.
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
F. J. HART, Manager.
New Westminster, Sept. 25th,
1009.
"Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for bath or toilet. For washing underclothing it ls unequaled.
Cleanses   and   purifies.
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I TRF MALLEABLE DAIWIFI
*  LLLLr I'Iade in south bend IvxinVJL j
. JAMES & McCLUGHAN 1
���
Good Line of Second-Hand and New Heaters t
For Sale Cheap. 1
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster t
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E. J. Fader bought C. B. Deans'
stock and is selling the crockeryware
at cost rather than move it. Sale will
only last a few days, as he has to
vacate the store.
President Lee, and Secretary Wade
of the ohard of trade had an Interview yesterday with Archibald Gray,
assistant general freight agent of the
G. N. R. on transportation questions.
Shrimps at the Fraser River Fish
Co.
Several tenders for the debenture
issue of $398,000 were received by the
city treasurer up to closing time yesterday afternoon. It is improbable
anything will be done with them until the meeting of the city council on
Monday night.
The steamer Transfer will hereafter leave the Brackman-Ker wharf
I for Ladner, Westham Island and way
j points, at 2 o'clock ia the afternoon
'Instead of at 3, as hertofore, returning
;on the following morning. On Saturday she will make an extra return I
I trip arriving in the city in tlie even- I
ling. Trips will be made to Steves-
!ton as tlie business warrants. ** j
A   rally  of  the  Young  People's  So- |
cielies of the city will be held in the
schoolroom of Queen's Avenue church
on   Monday   evening.       The   meeting
will ho addressed by Rev. J. A. Doyle, j
western    secretary    of    the Epworth |
League and Sunday-school  work.
Security���That is the factor in a
Bafety deposit vault. Ours are absolutely perfect in tills regard. Vou
may go away and leave your valuable
papers in these vaults with the feeling of perfect security. So injury
can come from fire, from floods, from
burglars or any other cause. Isn't
it wortli something to you to have
that feeling of perfect security? Dominion Trust Co.. Ltd., T. R. Pearson,
manager   Xew   Westminster   branch.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Women's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital will be held in
the board of trade rooms at the city
hall on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
A full turnout of the members is expected.
Buy orchard   lands   wHile  they   are
cheap and become independent.     We
are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Let
us tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland.      A new  townsite and
fruit  district    along the  line of    th. I
B. C. Electric Chilliwack llne and V. I
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway  i
This section exeell. In the production ,
of all fruits.    Come at once white thp i
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this seciiim at our expense, j
We  can   Ball    five,  ten,    fifteen  and
twenty acre tracts on easy terms.     .', ���
J.   Hart  _i  Co.,  Ltd, **
Everything for tha garden at Tidy's i
phone 184.
Rev.  R.  E. S.  Taylor, who sails for
West  China on October 27, as a mis-
slonary  for    the    Methodist General
Board Of Missions, will give a lantern ;
lecture on "Methodist  Missions in 9-
Chuati,"  in  Princess  hall,  Sapperton, j
October 19, at s p.m.     Mr. Taylor isi
being   supported    by    the   Epwcrth;'
Leagues  and  Sunday  schools  ol  Victoria and   has  been  lecturing  foi   the
past   month   in   the  forementlon   district.
FINE FOOTWEAR
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
West End Property
GOOD BUYS
I
J. HENLEY   p. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
Mem   uic-ruiMCTPD    n    r. T ' ���
"Exhibition Week" Showing
of Handsome Fall
Merchandise
The store joins the period of
festivities with a display that
rivals the Exhibition itself in
attractiveness.
This Week the Annual Provincial Agricultural and
Industrial Exhibition will again throw open its portals
to an admiring host. The attractions of Exhibition
Week while they hold the centre of the stage, have a
strong rival in Dame Fashion. Here she has established her court ard her devotees are countless.
EXHIBITION WEEK HAS COME TO MEAN A
FASHION SHOW IN WHICH HUNDREDS OF WOMEN
TAKE   PART.
For women  who   anticipated   attending   this   contest
between   "The    Products of   the  Field  and   Women," we
have  prepared  a  superb  showing of Autumnal wear things of every  description.
EXCLUSIVE MODELS IN HATS, DAINTY GLOVES FOR DRESS AND DRIVING, SWAGGER
WEARTHINGS, MODISH HOSE, TOGETHER WITH THE LITTLE ACCESSORIES. SOUVENIRS
ARE  ALSO TO  BE   HAD  IN   SPLENDID   VARIETY.
We especially invite "Exhibition" visitors to attend this store, to partake of our store hot| ta ty,
and to revel in the delights of  this "Exhibition" Week  Fashion Show.
SMART THOUGHTS IN WEARTHINGS.
Need a new suit, coat or skirt? If so, the stylish
models Which are fclosoming forth for this festival week
will meet both your style and need and your purse.
Just received by express
today n'i-y stunning suit of
grey chevron cloth, s.'iiii-
fitting effect, pretty pocket
effects; coat 45 inches long,
trimmed with Jet buttons,
plain caffs, skin new pleated  from   yoke.   Price  $25.50
Plain tailored suit of black
broadcloth, Beml-flttlng silk
lined, trimmed with buttons.
45 inches In length; pretty
pleated skirt trimmed With
tabs and buttons. Price
     ...$37.50
Tailored Suit of plain Venetian cloth in the new raisin shade, semi-fitting coat
45 inches long trimmed with
jet buttons and fancy tabs
skirt new pleated effect.
Price    $37.50
ACCESSORIES FOR THE "EXHIBITION
COSTUME."
Late arrivals in fancy Stock Collars, not in the extreme Gibson shape, but rounded out to fit the contour of
the neck and chin, and higher at the back. These Collars
are made and trimmed with chiffon, silks and ribbons;
Irish crochet, cluny and other heavy laces.
New Dutch Neckwear In
five and six pointed effect
in tucked net linens and
pique, are the latest arrivals. Also light long collars of net and lace, are
Tiere.    Prices   ....50c to 75c
Fancy Jabots, made of
silk ribbon and planen lace,
���very -pretty    and    dainty ef-
.�� N^V
feets.      Prices.
each
. .35c
only..
to  75c
REYNIER  GLOVES,
We are exclusive agents
in this vicinity for Reynier
Gloves. Every pair guaranteed. Prices $1.25. $1.50,
$1.73 and  up.
>Yh
The Autumn
Millinery Show.
EVERY WOMAN WHO FOLLOWS THE TREND OF
THE NEW STYLES SHOULD PLAN A VISIT HERE TO
DAY���THE BROAD AND AUTHENTIC SHOWINGS OF
THE SEASON'S BEST STYLES WILL IMPRESS YOU AS
TO OUR LEADERSHIP, MORE THAN A PAGE OF NEWS
PAVER  TALK.
Stunning Autumn Waists.
Tailored Waists for Fall; special delivery of these desir-
ai le waists in heavy cotton, poplin, with wide tucks
ot_r the shoulder; a]so in raney vestings with tucked
and   box  pleated  fronts.      Price, all sizes  ...    $2-25
/<_
Exceptionally Interesting Values in Leather
Goods
Most attractive '.selection made for some time. Included
are a large number of bags of Canadian manufacture
in the new sbapeB with German silver frame in gilt
grey or gunmetal finish, some with leather lining and
inside coin parse, the leathers are neat, goat seal, goat
walrus and genuine morocco. Also comprised in the
selection are a number of high grade imported bags.
Prices    $1.25 to $10.00
SEASONABLE
Jet
Novelties
A wonderful variety of
these charming new things
here at an unusually low
price.
JET  BROOCHES.
JET COLLAR   PINS
JET BUTTONS.
JET   BUCKLES
JET TIE PINS
JET CHAINS
JET HAT PINS
'. S. COLLISTER & CO.
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