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We represent the above old established and reliable companies, which have paid dollar for dollarin all-great fires since .their incorporation. They ��� m :,,-.,..
fifteen millions to policy holders after the great San Francisco fire. In the New Westminster district they have settled all claims promptly, honorably ami -fehout
trouble to the assured.   As example see the follovving fires: -    """ ir.tfW^v.,-   -   I_:^ *,-.-%,.
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At Burnaby
August *26Ui... JL90S.
,On .Sept, 8 Mi*. Clayton.acktui-'. I'-d,-,'-   .
ed receipt of cheque for payment   of.
claim  in full  and arranged to, iui-Hire .
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his new house with us.
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At Central Park
January -S9th, 1908. :
MI'S. 'Sandell, the assured, wrote on :
Fo' .  13;   "Your cheque  for    the full
amount' ot the insurance was-' received '
thisinidrning."*   ���
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June. _Hth,  1?^/.*
���;. t^'nulii  McLean,  the 'a^h-Mf,   on   *;
June   28.    acknowledged   i>a,s*w^nt of
loss:.  "Thanks for cheque, ,tfi't'.-d J1fie,?'_Ji,(u
28,ly��.settlement for'loss in full."
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j&:|)y fin;; M aht% 2nd."
'ill fl    .^n each of tbe above cas<?S aad:in l'%,':'*v ��t!ler Ca'<e Whei'f WC llaVe h:ui a'fire,,'os-i clain> mad- upon us. th\ ptyiiiy holders have been so w*XdI\<iin--lioi4';^tlfel��i (H'o^'pi ;^1*��"quato .etriemein
the companies 'we represent that Ihey hive placed their su!i.-<*f|uetit insurance with lis. .' /,      * '- ���'    :,i'','*\\ |
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IF YOUR   HOUSE,     ���      .    I  ������
FURIMI^MRE.
OR OTHER PROPERfY''   j '������
.is'notjnsured.   ;:
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WHITE, SMIUm.M
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260 Columbia Street,  New Westminster, B.C/
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LIFE.   FIRE.
ACctlDENr."
MAhrNE   ANO
.;��� BURGLARY
INSURANCE
SAILORS CONDEMN....
VICE CONSUL
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Complaint;Rai3ed by Survi-
''":.yors.of Sfiip'Simla, ^urned
at-Acapulco, ��� -  <   :. i*a;
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Four of the aailorsi. ���"������� .: tfep*ajhlp'
Simla, .wiiioh was -destroyed biy-ftre'orr
*Aci_imi1io<. a��d "who wen> ihroaglai to
Victoria by the Cauadian-MexUan
fin.'-t l. uisilnle, 'iiK*,v.'*Uiaiii.t_i?:lu*__-ber| at
MVt-,/;RVi.ivii.ia. S'i.mfi"lrls, haive.-sontf t to
-Ta-r-��i_i... ''Tlie-' bellow.->reachi_*i ��� |!i"
Gaiphali ('i*t l/it;'Kt4WtltutJ��l.oondition
and rather thtuVbi* sent hi t'lie old
1 .nil���*��.*(���*-*'uy of CtHerfiliJe h*un*rt��l* iiiu r_
the i>i.-li-r'T��'J-,'��Mi i��!a��'(->.s um .instiling
��� ��8I r-:n*irind'**f<ii- i_.8_rvta.nrt. ajAfccotd*-
Qglj h**>*WH_t��fij." lldppjng' irisi'.-r
iBM't ���iri-,-in;i��-iiM'ins MoMmv..- tttfem igo
t6 Ta<_oiHftl Ati'i,' ilu*- vWll |u-oia,ii|d;-
l.ii'l B plai-' oh E_lBrtt_��_tf-#hl'p and 1U11--
earn wftg^s 'insteail ofi.Taiul:'!..- in the
old lahd -peniilleflSJ    ���' ��� ���*.'''
���A'ln*h -Macka... B Glasgow iiUir, lino
^i -Mil--'l-otii-'tllioi- eaftTt.'tn \ .otiujala iby
i.U"l/0nsdftlfi, fe vury .nrrvri* 1fl' )iis
^'Miitei-iiiatloil:���<.{* the -il-vatni'.ii! ic-
corded the crew at Acapulcb, - i
���I Muekiiy says Lhe tire ibrokcout at; 11
o'<.!ocl- at njght'enofiej*, 8.. Al foun in
Iho iiioruin��:.,tliu-. vflasej liao to .'no
aliaildonedi' .\l"xri.-aji .i..o.ljci_ officers
wwi* brouMJi.ti't'1'oin _.*Vt.ai>u!.C" and' ii'--
eon-dfKtg i to _ii��.ci��iy sbegaan Iqptlng.
W.hen thpicii.sHua . houa*. on _jhq��re
which ;was" open-.i��n all .ai'it-i$ w;i.-
t-BBehed the nail was-tool, all .the cloth-1
ins-Aaved:.*.-'  .)  -. ,   .    ,
-'The Britishi.vico-i-'ousui at Aeapul'".
who is a ddbtcUSan, comes in tor rery
Wrong coiidemiifttioii hi the baud,- of
nlio sailorti. -.Mackay gays he pftpwei
fio con.sideriitiou for tbem. Tht nianter
of Ilie S_Uinla, Capt. NLxoi). is liI_��� -\*a i--*-.
condemned and Mackay says th�� British vi' i;consul seemed lo be trilling I
toidu wiiMever the captain wished to
tlu- Inoonvi uieiH'i.' "I' the men. it
-i-'i-nn-il in lie the polic} to scatter ih<-
nttUon in all diiu il'm.-. be says, to aa
noi to li ivv ili"in eaall) ical i. M ic-
Mo  and  bis comrades, however, are
���li tellllini-ll lo have ll'" lull'';! investing n ihcy can get.
Complaint is made thai the sailors
vt ��� louHed up in jail with only two
meals a day and u * * ��� ��� t confined until
i hej were marched on hoard the
Lonsdalev
SOCIALIST  MEMBER   IS '
SUSPENDED. FROM   COMMONS
JUNIOR    FOOTBALL.
Hix _.-aii._ 'hav.- onteKni in-the city,
junior'football leagHa;.: tht..- ibliosvjug'
sclio'ofc- beifig -represented:- -.Oentral.1'
Sappo.-ton.' W'-.-if Eods-"'iSft.. bonis col-'
k*-f*.'tlhd-lltfa-h-schl_oi:!tt��'a: teams, A
and B. Tbe following is tte- sc*n_d,u!e:
of ga-m(*a*-'tK> be played j ' o : _     i
Oct'.-"24���--iupportoa. and Siesn lind.
Oct.24���St.Lonls iiUdlaHilgh school A.
Oct. 31���St. Louis; .in3 H%h. schadLB
.Nov. T-'-'W'es. ..End and.*Central..    .
Nov, 7���High school B and SUp.ier.-i
ton. It*'   '   *    a    '-������-���   '3+ i'. i
���Nov.'14 ��� SUiit'ei-torv*  ���tind-    jWigl*
school A. -3-i .".'���.    :���; i..:
-Nov. *'21-i**FMgli' fcchiVjl  ,B ^r^d   V\*est,j
'Bntl. **-3 i.:.:ii.:\:... ������.. ..,    .-.;..
Nov. 21���(ientrai aud Sapperton.'o
"���NoV..2X*-iJCentral*hu'd St. 'Txi��i.-
Nov. l!S��� rerift'al ahd-lligh school B.I
De??r!V-^t*rn"-=--*TWiii "A'**^'..!   H1ghl
^���l.<-Vi..*B-*   * ��� ���    "   --���
Ii.-.(....--__gt. f.r/ur-"a',���i .\Yhs1 -Hnd
Dec.  l3i**B*P.flt_ot_-s'and fta]6t. ii-m.
I,,.r:r.if4l:^-. Ivv-*-*"   0Hd ��� -.Hid'' Hlali i
SPfPSBp A'.-- ���''   ���        ' ���  ' ' -   ���' nlci
<tW:
m ���t'- ���
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..   ,,       r  . ,..Xlt'-. pi;<',--ejv.    ��� ihagenietit  of  the
Hotel Butler Annex
YGrand Trunk Wf$ Ikh
SEATTLE
m \
r
�����   :r .iv  T0"1'^  Meifiie   4!*d .Marion Street,
���j.ifl   -���-..' -i- j:
\\;ahliii^.to,n,   \yishes   to   announce that UNIFORM  REASONABLE
lUTKS.,\yil_L.prevail ,iutxbe. futiirV;"ni^Ti_r^>-'~"-oTT^xo^^
Room   $i   per  day   up.-'''    '��   WSfW*!
���/ ic  ,c       ��� '���   ���   ���"    _IJ f* j
Room   and   board  $2.50  per  day up. 	
Room   with   bath  $2.o0 per  dayj aip��    ,i -.n:c:   ) i.* ..<
' Room with bath and bo^rd.JA per d*��.v-s. *���-   ,i   . .,: -i
���*     It  rates-btiyii'.fieeiried. um'easona.idf   in   tlip->J|_ias.__;.   please   give
this .Ui��lt*l. another trial:    wti will   promise     to   -end     you    away
a i\u>fnms,\\ly.: ..saiiijUi.d,    . ..*,?
'   All are ou.---i.1e room-, with  hoi   and  cold   water,  steam  heat
��� Hnet-'lonz "dintWe teleillmtt*'.    Bus
. ���    .i
.���-.������_>:!
Bus meets all' trains an I TiOars.
Excellent Train Service
Chicago, London,
Z   Hamilton, Torpnto,
Montreal, Que"
d i\ j.
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,
WARNING  TO PURCHASER
 ,,,._._^;^,."i^!^!lli..id..:..:^_i;^J
South  African  Volu' . j
1,1 land grant 'UbJ. jfli h.      ,,   ^
0f ! i'ointiiK ni of Ti .--fi'N*"*'''.' |
IIIMiBflntion
Portia
And all the principal'rra_.ffTbS3ceiTf^f_
pUjTAWP, -fiUP?|nind  the MAIU-jir^'-j;liJWX|jruv7'l?dliy -h- Act
.' .TlME'PEtftlNCES. UsHl'rtflWn-...:. '
ALso to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and section 3 of Section
| PHILADELPHIA,'via Niagara Falls.  Bounty Act, "i.."\V
For.T^e J-jiiles. eta. adcrt^    ,: iil}t>* f*i?4.��?����J��**ni  ol   * ���
.     .,,    .6Ep..,Vr...Vfi,sX, .-.-. jyuj'.'>:''. I'.\. "",:, a;-���-
-"".������;'���%������>.  .,v.  ' ''   ' it* i, Jwww'shiiiw'itc.
A.jio.tunt. Oen 1 l^sepgcr: and. Ticket
������' KtyiiMi Wi,'Arikiiis-H-...<:;h-��-atrO, II!.     ~W  th.-. J)ot, u :m. i I -.* ,:i
 .-. i   j,., which is not executed   v .|
the  date of the warrant fer th^
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
;;rff yon   u;-.nf td "riujt1,. * yo-.:    **r.;.
stcro'ss! the' cbn*tii_erit���--i''"
-.md l>t fsnoe la toy, n i
.i   \\   i;u,.:
Comm
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n!
Travel '!/>' flie' 1st e'nti!
America. ' M
���   Throu-ii  Plniii*,' foirlfit  an I 'First-
r''  il   Bice;,ins'Car.-. '
'''EiMr'-n  !.x:Vr,|..i';'?'!-;iV   a-' 7 ! _'
'Atlantic E.-ii'r'e--s"!e:_v%'_' !a. 17":S6.
For further partfciiiars anj'reservu-
t'Ohs apply  - ���-- "     -     '���   ; ���'���
' 1".d:*goulkt.
���kisnt, Ne'W vr-eJfmirtSter.
i.r fife'���..:'coy^e; "��
"'Asst'.' flenl. 1-kk... Kg-}-.   Vnneoliv,.r.
_i;r.!i
..diiW-tlKea lo t.he un
>d "Tend*.*!   for   \-,.,,v
��i'|'0Ht '   (ifl'lir     ,,,,.
���iiu'd end
HSp-Lighl   Fix!
ipptiver, B. C," will 'brfiroeeiv*
office imiii   (:30 p.m^'on FfWa
TENO.ERS FOP   . L<S
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Sealed   tende
',- ' ll
undersigned and     ;'d It"""
rfretfgihg   C<M ' 1! ���
v'rn*,   unri:   ]���������<,
I:'"**, at��� 1:5*6 ;.   r.   -
'(liilli'f    a'f    t'oar 'II '���*. ���
j rrortiit-.V o1" i:r!--
' !'.'!i.!or.--\. i!' no
li-ssJn!a'|.'- <-n  -li-   * -��� '
i.:ii.-d  with  aV'tii.i '-I
d.-Vrrs. *     '���   "'���'
Specification inti fe *
he   Obtained   on  ap
Keefer.       EWq        ri   * "n*-l
Departmenl
���*l j Ottawa.     Tinders   call      !I1(":'"-'
Cowing of tin* plan' to
'1
Mr. W. W. B. Mclnnes
AND
Mr. Robert Jardine
will address the Electors of South
Vancouver and Burnaby,  ���
in the
thi
!.>iii|<in.   OjCt,   I !t. ���Allien    V.   (Ira.-.-
.-on,  ibe Sociali-i    member   of    the
Housi.   o! Coiiiniriiis. wlm  created    a
si.eiir   'l'hursd.iy     liy   d( li'Mlllciiii."   the
nienil.cr.s for nol suci.uiiiu the starving thousands on the streets ol' l/m-
doii. was \i'-.ii i��� _u> suspended for the
res) ''I iIn- session.    FuriQua at    thel
,ii-, rs <��! in.. <���' !]-.i_- ...    Ora> ion turn* j
������il a,I  the i-xi1  "i    '      '���'���   ������'" i   aii'l
howled   the  Biggie   word:    ">furder
��th!"
Agi
I .oi./.i _
.���    .ii   bi .    ���
1 ������ ��� i. ��� //   ..i     -j    ti"), ,
��� '   - ��� ��� l-I    i!'   ii I    ','    oi
I      (1     gO    III :.-.!   .
-.    1-1     .1 II |
'     ,' I    '1   I I'll ,
Dice Are Barred.
Bellingham, Wash:, Ott, 19 Pn
cutlng Aiiorni", Perlnger has issued
an "diet in ib��' cigar and tobacco ven-
di'iv of the city that they will be allowed to keep their place, of bUliUWs
open   00   Sundays   provided   they  do
ricultural Hall,
CENTRAL PARK,
TONIGHT
il   "j
at 8 p. m.
".
fclfbber -r,\, ima fo^elecfflc ligl^t flx*| w0rk8.   Only di-"-��� ��" he ��������**-
Ws at il���, m\ <>!.ic*. Vancou.,.-.    |ed wIlUh .���,, re��totered ut Can^
P.an, and speclflcatiottii can bo seen  ,;,,. tiini. ,��� the filing
""I loniiB of tende,- obta&ed at' this twenty days aXtel  thi   dal   &��[
leaBjninont,  and    on    application    to'>-���   .....iri...i   ..,-    ,.,,.   ���.,.eiitaa|
(Ms,  Tossell, Esq-,,  Clerk    of  Work.-.
V-iiricouvi-r.
Por;-<m., tendering are not iii.-1 that
>i*<l< I-- will not be ponsldered Unless
nadi- on the |'i-iiili-d forms s,upl)lle !.
and signed with their aitnal .ii_... i-
mres,
Kaoli lond-r mus; bo accompli. ��� I
bj';an accepted cheque on HciKi.ti-; .1
bank, madp payable to'the ordi . ,1
*.>''Honor..!,ie ih0 iviinistF-i-.'iwf. Pu : ,���
Works, eawl to ie��� per cent (10 p I
of the lunoiini ot* ii���. teiid.i*, which
wm l"' forfeited If the person tender-
lng det Hm. to enter Into a contratjl
when called upon to do so, or if he
fail to complete the work r-i,iilra<-te,|
f("'- *���' t^e "'"'I'-i ,i um accepted rn.
cheipio will iio returned,
The Departmenl dm, n.-i ' l,in,i 'it.s,-!i'
to accept, the lowesi ,������ am tender
.    By Onl,,.,
,    .NAP. TKSSII'.U,
.-.'���iretarv.
Department of Publi,.  \vmks, Ottawa,
Octolwr 2,  1908,
��� Newspapers  will not  be    paid    for
this iidvertisemenl it* they insert.    ,t
without authority  from  the    Qepari
11 ment.
been  notified of
their tender.
Au accepted cheq i
bank, payable to iii '
ourable the Minister i |
tor one thousand ,JI'lW"
must be deposlte I
chequa  win   he  i
non-acceptance o!
'I"li,. Department d -
;,, accept ihe lowesi
Hv   O!
NAP,   I'BSSIBB.
SecreUI
Department of Publ ��� '���
Otlawa.   (""   '     " 1S
Newspapers wl '
thla   -idverti,..iili-iil
uillioul    aillll"
ment.
:.-
"The Milwauke)
"The   Pione��r   Limited
Chicago,   "Short   Un��
Chicago,  "South     I**
Kansas City to Chicago
St.
?ii
Orna"
Lin
No   train?   in   tlie
a-rvtrr
orl'l   tl'*"
,-(|UI
Everybody welcome.
or
THE
ADVi'IUT'Sh
��� IN ���
D A  I  J. Y
*���(�����
NEWS
railroad   in   the   w ff0
equipment that of the
waiike..   &   -St.   Paul   R*
their "*������   ..
their tf"1**!
own  and operate
and i
give
.ervi
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trons   nn
btainable
,-xi*f
lent]
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Cronstadi    Oct,   19.���The   Rues
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'. V. 4 t_   'J^beJd,byl^o^rt-Jin,Slffer to
Pay  . 100 for  Land  Needed  for
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ay-WfiV-..      '"     J*?-���Thp-,S':. Al ""go
vl'11"'" ���'���'��������� . ;i, lecUiie(l tt,._- offer of
<40U foi iin- j,,,,,. ,jl' laud tl at tbo V.
V. *-- ���'. d U< ; for their -ri;;l.i-uf-way
<��ii thej ,!,   0f the- Fiaser. Tlie
?ailw.i :iy paid, the. money into
9*yui't, Wgeihei \vit,u enough to cover
the law cost. p| me action that won,!
tli"  <_ri.is.-i- -BOgiUyi""'sail.*-.,   irvlfn.  Wr!
Turkish waters.   The ���"*be(���ilie ii<**stiSu-!
lion   of  the nqus.troti     was     .Kit;    ;i_t-i
nbune��*d.    it  if*'-known,  how.-ver. that,
ilie \\-.\y vessels hav-  been   <"n: to tbe
near easl to be tte&r ibi- sci-ne of action  in   the  event 'of  further ���tivm')]e
between Turkey antT Bulgaria.
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Situation im fluffiaria Ia Now
Liess Alarming -������- ��)eiicate
Negotiations Proceeding.
I.'iml'ili.'lli'y'l.'-Tlii'  el,md   whicft
li, w ���-rr-rr-nTT-r-TT..'**^^
lion   , n   ^'aiuid.y.^ii   ,   ^u  di.-|ier-,,.il.
leaving  a more  hVusdh,. prospect   for
the'
Postpone Work on Church.
Yrnii. Oct,  ::-.-- Thw board of man
settle , the  eaunery ^mpajiy '���������*--������������-���r" "r   ;'-  P-^'O'tfiiaii   churchl'the   preservation   of   pence.    Official
. ftoujd gei mm.in. ������-������'������ depleted not to ^proceed with ,-tne denials  oi'    the   mbbfizatforr^Tumors
ThU.iii"i;;i���ij Uiere .wa._i,nu,..:dei-t'oj-."1" ;ion of a ���'���' ������  '-diiien ttiis fall aa|��ram- both TurTTeY and Bulgaria "fife
the jiiim,..,,-  mn  of this, money, the  0-eJ h--^ beent aW'  io s��our*�� .*rge|beJug h(.,(1 ttflgflcsf
railway company  also .taku  the, ltyid na-'   "'
and ibe cannery comoanx gets u,ot, .ai during tb
���..Inch   w.-i vifttj: wlll be- bold
a wiiit<ii'.
the  diiil'omaiie effo".*!-
solitary cent fog it, -This is hjpw tju;'
7.' ������
the success oi
- 'of'-'h.^W.���.���.!.
���   "(-r->   hiindsome;        ,       .     .    ..     ,,,-.,  ,,,   anils
piamse   has   Ibeen   I'-'W'-r... iu   t oxtail;.,,,,,,l_��� ^ .,,ul   g^
proCfe.lin_.   u���rke4. OUI.     The,,,   wa-, "''i   t*i-.-��JUKll. the  S.-nwqpfcy  of. U.e   towards   the ..-^ij.-jp^, af ^  ditlicylL
the oifi-;   .,:   f I'Hj,, and  thj.. a!'Ji*i'ator|f'h"1'<-'lj I* Vancouver, and.-  ie   nearly problem   and  ml though���I*,  becomes
held  thai thai  amount  wa$,.ad.equat,_. r,'ii<J> t��*aOcWP-BWH**:      '������'���   c daily more cjeajniai  the_jiH.eement
compensation,   because   the   --���ai*wt-"y ��� '; '������  V ���- *���ES - .-m, ivd    n,i.', by   S^.-.award '.prey
would   '.mprov,   (he   vfflTre_oT'the ' at_=       . *���������   iJJ   _     ��� OUI   :������
ic .suvelt's -Afrioat!.'Tjip.,
(*a,ii-o,    Del.  .1"..���i'le.iiuiaaiy
������iii' red    Into  by   8\r EJdward
400, and the cannery company hav- ��WPf��. a..*ady a,   Si^ ge^^fw^SitStft
,. .  tablish their contention, her#J fer the vi*it .Jt i'iesid,m H  J" >i ;     ^��| JjMgMW
velt to .Khartoum, in tf09.    Itvaypears V; A.P '-1-'- ul->W.K(i) WcMWjrMKt
irom .he Hriang^m^H U,at;are com- '^tWj *"f ,1?lliK��lM W>.��
Mr.  uoos,*v."h .will wAr ^���^'i'' Ul" (WJW^d0-1 -lh S8P8T
ing failed i
were ii).i''-'il in',)"ex-ieiiy the amount
thft'l   liad  '..i1!.'   offered    them,    T
take the Si1"! and they jd-*: tsovei thejpletftj tha
cost-.   Mr. Reid mal" the iappllcation.
(��e '"���;i*-'f,IH)i,a"-(b'rtlt"il1'1'^
. MANY  IMMIGRANTS
SENT   BACK  TO   6EATTLE
enter Africa by way ot Moml*---.-*.*-
'.v, '  ,���,      , .  quarters still is ihui peace win t*e un
and tnivol loward 'the great lakes h\ |.     ��� Z    ��     5o  M
������:���   British  railroad.    H-?   will    '!������ ���*   ��� **;J ��, a���g'��w
lake a caravan a��ro��s 'he wilderneps
lo  Khartoum,  from  which    point ��� lie
irfll lake hi, way.dawn the .Nile.   ;
A  despatch fr.oijj Sofia. .Iq,.^-; Ti^.��;s
says    that it.is  understood Uuit .liiil"-
jSWmire from the pre.sent political ccin^st a-nXi buv 6rie-- of *'bwr o-acre
Fruit Farms and Suburban Villa Sites he would save his deposit and we
would vote him a patriotic Liberal. He could'^et out his fai-rn in prunes
and kiw potatoes between the rows for the next five years- and make
enouirh money to pay for his land and-:pu.t up a   good -'solid .platform   on
whicli to stand for his "go" at the next political tight announced.
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We have already disposed of over 250 acres* and our subdivision has
only been oil the market a few weeks.    This fact speaks for itself.
Ours is the only subdivision offered which actually has connection with
the new Chilliwack tram. ncAv"in"course of active construction. Take "a 'hint
and investigate all other apple grove or orchard propositions claiminto frpntage
on this new tramline.    Old;discarded trial lines dd'n't count.
Our subdivision is oihlv two miles from town and for suburban
Vancouver, Oct, }.*...���-t-'orty-fi.ni na
migrants h.iiliji-.". from soutjiea ���...
Europe wen yesterday refused �����'.-
mlssftm ,n Vuucoi*y'-i--by the* t_*-<l- i>i
imniiiitaiioti antiMttt&s, for the rea*
��oir~ttin** ���her' -wa��*e.--minih��--*u_l_*icUtnt
casdj to guaraDl'-aeitjbaf tfaev y*S$l '���'
mMik i^fiftyibliJ l&I(j��tti��IU-Ki
HThe lmmigrant.a_ieacly_d Vancouver
from Seattle by the steamers Iroquois
<ind Princess Kova). Jhe,-.: UflRBjers
'were forced to return thsun ,to -. the
.Ini'-i1 an poi*-. -' ���:
'" i '������    .     .   .; ��� ;..       .
V; Fatally  Shot Brother;   :.*)    3. '
������ Naiulni", Oct iii.���A -'fiftaf'tShoo'tlnj,'
fkeciden* occntriv) n***nr* Rx'tension*. flw_
mile, from this city! v on Friday, -in
lyllich Pi-fd-rick Roba!d;"*the eight
\eai* o\& Ion of Sir. V Todd, of this
a instantly killed through'-the
al discharge of a shotgun liver brother,  aged 11.
miria   is   -v ill in.;   to .ne^otpt.^ t'o^Ui-
purchase "of   tti..-.  ,9|j';uta^ gf.Jjj��^
either  with  Turkey^ or. wJUv the'c<)m-
; pany, /pr a  sum   to'.gg.yer .the  qpm-
Carry   Dispute  to   Hague. :���'      '     I 1*5    ��� v',: y.\ ..-,:    6   ?>_JO*
1 , , pany s   riglits     and .Tnrkjsb   yr0Pne*-
���   Paris. Oct -l'li���Francfcihas acc-pi- ����� ��� .-��������� ��      ��'Tl   r _ft   [^.rfii^j-> -
,      'ary  eights.     This sum,   it  is   stated
.���! the offer made by 0*-i*n��.uy to refer if *�� .,,,-",.  .,', v'-.      '   ,.:     '-���'t'-. I
. , , ,   will be divided between the company
to the ;Ha-Kii"--tribunal  .s^ttltmeuit. -o.t.;      ���    ' .-   ,.���   ; ; ���-"���'   tr   o: n*fi
,      and   Turkev   in  th" proportion  of 55
iti- question which-has   s&rifien   be- ������       ,. ���-     -!-  ���v*','i    ���r-wP'
* ,h    and .45 per ceijt. respectively,    a^ ,es
tween the two mxffnumte over,Uu-. .. ^���t,.--.^r .*.   *���-:-���  -..    '-'   eStopa
7. ,     , .   now ;he case, with the receipts^ oTtlit-
-���  al  <a a  Ulatica. :,ofr- aepiefiteis ,
ti rr.
frbm the -French foEe_gn..-legion,
it was alieaei. wjtre:!undei- tlie |��roiec-,
,    ��� railroad exceeding certain amounts
wno,      .-���...-.:     - " ���     ii.': 3 i  ;."-    ��� fi
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tion of Gem any, , She ^ske. however,    . N ,.'   _
ihat the facts as well as the QUMftff. PAS*3ENGERS HUR^-,   ,
Of iiiienia:i"iial rights InvolA-ed -be 'in-        '''���'- "*���      \\\ TRAM^COLUISlON
eluded.   : -    *w !-r.r ���   '-"     ;'';':-   ''    ���'��� '���'���' ' '���   �� la
<:���:���:- .  ;���: rh   \vS��o.*sSi City: 'M'f)..-- "Oct.:   lS:-^Jne
man foi
���-i<>i>itl<_in
utes cannot be surpastsed.
Why pay $10U or even .$50 per acre for fruit farms from ten to twenty-
miles from market when you can secure better land at the same price right in
sigRt of the best market in B. C. and OB the-Hnest road in the country.
Qr why buy where Vou would Have tolake a train or steamboat to
reach your farm in order to avoid an all-day drive in the cold, over muddy
roads,.when a 5-eent Fare on an electric trafti-or a comfortable drive of only-
twenty minutes* over a-tirstrclass road willtand you right in the. heart of -ouj'
popular subdivision and at your own doo: "
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There's no mistake. .. We offer you the best chance that has been given
Ms year to make money and yoir should not neglect the opportunity. The
Wife are now on the ground and when th#%ms commence running prices will
jump right up. I '  ��� '*���
will be held in
the
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no reason in-tho world why land here should not reach .$500 per
a very few vears.    You'll never buy so ch.
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carnages go over every day
i" drive oyer. ���
Anv hour will
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mnion  Trust Co.,
LIMITED
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T. R. Pearson, Manager
New   Westminster,
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Also for sale at HAi;K BROS; &
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���y w*m*mmm�� &m$Eimfr ��
������: '.SC !��� ������.. tia.Tnhian wtis 'killed-1 ^nd twenty-twfi
Advocates Sunday Fair. .* I'jterscins were ihjured when a''passen-
Saatrtle, oc-t. I'.'.-^In^ai sermon on . yer "and 'a frelRht train came together
'Sntulsy. lte\. .l.-lu Oarvin iBdTotffltt.d jn i ^olHsirm {his rnornins, at Briad-
Itef-plnc open* on Sundays -next, yean dock',* "Kansas. *' The Crasli came witn
the- A last. a*. Yukon fair. That the ex- j: such \errirTc :'fofce that rh-any of the
IiOKitbni would tie>:hlRhH' r-ducative I ]ia.ssPTiKi_'rs wtto we're htirleld against
was th�� sround tal;*?*" by1 the)lolergy-
tlie sides of the'car's wVre badly'' cut.
with t'h<a:glass of the windows.
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Opera House,
\ New Westminster,
on
Friday, Oct. 23rd,
at s pi in.
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THE DAILY NEWS
I'ublished by the Daily .News Puli
fishing   Company
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, .New  Westminster.  B. C
had come our way to become a large !
and powerful community. The elec-':
torate  taking   this  deliberate   survey
NEW  STUDIO  OPENED.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
- -j^_ -        , ,    Those anticipating    having   photo
Limited,   at   their  cdn oome to no other conclusion than  graphs taken are Invited to visit th'
that in its own interest it should elect !ne.w   studio  in   the   Armstrong   blocl
Mr. Robert Jardine, the Liberal oah-lopened yesterday hy .Mr. s. J. Ritch
didate on Monday next. ' T1���. Btudio is equipped with excell-
! modern apparatus and well fitted wi!
��� every  facility for  the  turning out  ol
Get the Habit
YESTERDAY  AMD  TODAY.
I high   class    work.     Air. Ritchie    ha-
TUESDAY, OCT. 20. 1908.
DO   NOT   FORGET.
"What the government are entitledj ^_^^^_
to credil for more than anything else,!only recentI*-' arrived iu th.. city fron
perhaps, ia the very high position!Cleveland' 0hi"' where ^e* carried oi
which   Canada   has attained   i.,    tans :a  nourishing and  successful business
for upwards of ten years, hut, bfin i
Canadian born, he has returned to
British Columbia, and is now prepared
to give his patrons the results or' his
varied experience in all the latesi
styles of photographic art. Portraits,
interior and commercial work, de
veloping, finishing and all orders in
any branch will receive prompt personal attention.
NOTICE
has attained   iu   1908,
as  compared   wiih   the position   Can*
ada occupied in l��9t>.
^^^^^^^ "Those or you who remember, as I
Do not forgot to do your part in (i��. what position Canada occupied in'
sending seven Liberals from British I1***?, who know, as 1 know, how en-
Columbia, to support Sir Wilfrid Lau-AireI.v Canada was regarded' both at'
rier on the floor of Parliament. | St. James and Wasuington as a mere I
,    .    ,     . .      ^ ; negligible quantity, how little regard
STOP AND THINK I 7*! P*,d l�� ��U1' ��pluion on ai*>' ��ub-
-.,.,    . |ject' Wl1* appreciate fully and entirelv
this  Is  no  time ior    pyrotechnics,  the alter.��� i  ���_>__<*_��      .   ui      eatlrel>
.,*      .   ,a am.ied position ol things  now
and yet       is  no time for rancorous,     Tana,la ,B 18y6 wa   thJou���' &
partisansh.p.   It Is a time for calm de- negligible quantity,    How Zd    th
liberation, for the choice between bit- case today 1    Why, Canada set     he
ter   mvecttve on  the  one  hand   and j pace !    Today the example of Cana'd 	
ImeTw^h'tJ     ' T\   It,iS,,he  'S   MlM'    T0^   ��*  0^1 o j ft., Westminster, B  C
ime. to weigh   he unsupported slan- J Canada is quoted.   Todav at thi, very' October 1   ' 190S
d.-r handed out by one party  and thej moment no British treat^aifeXS    T. J. Armstrong, Ks^
o, nd po icy in operation by the other j lntere8t8 of Canada (,aa be ^J*    ��� \ ^        ��� Qffl^
*Seen \ LZZl^* *J*      * ^ ^ ����mtry without the ��>�����>  New  Westminster Electoral  Dietric
or    dh  iow     I ieo -7 !?i ��f Canad8' T��day th6y admit ^ OUT      Take notice that I. Robert Jardln
ion   ��� nd   h ��   SU    r;   Pr��greSS     iS      Phe^enal,      Today! candidate in the election for a mem-
Til    ^ J   TJ     >      *T   I8'  WhereVei' >0" g,J ^ W ^' ���� the   ber  to serve in    the  House of Com
the power to do things handing down best informed circles high commenda-1 mons of Canada, now beini held    in
tion of the attempts which Canada has I and for the Electoral District of New
Ibeen making  to solve difficult  social Westminster, have appointed William
I James Whiteside, of the City of Net.
wa>* in Westminster,  B.  C.  barrlster-at-law.
Decorated
Crepe
is our special for today, and
we are. offering it    at    i;,(. per
fold.
Now is the time to make
your lamp shades, and other
winter decorations.
N.B.���This  special
for  today  only.
price   is
_   _ .-      . ���   Ki..   _  . .. H,ND AUni-.���
a record of miserable failure.   As we
study the record what do    we    find ?
Beyond   contradiction,   the   record   of i problems
one department, that under which the      ..Today we  know ^
mail service is operated, is sufficient whlch    r-nn-,,1-,    k..    ���.    .       ��� , '       I ����� ��� , .    ,
ri'nw,, in,- ,-,.t������i^ .i,   rik=   i wol*-'i    t-anadai    nas    dealt  with  the  as my official agent in such election
reason lor returning the Libera   nartv  ��nm_i.,.Vn. ji��i    i
-  - - *      '; somewhat difficult question of   main-1 ROBERT JARDINE
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Special    for    tomorrow ��� Japanese
Dust Pans;   regular 15c for  10c  each.
Acclimatized Tested Stock
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
FOR THE FARM GARDEN,
LAWN OH CONSERVATORY.
Reliable varieties; reasonable
prices, No borers, scale or
fumigation to damage stock. No
wind agents to annoy you.
Extra choice lol of fruit trees
now ready for the   fall    trade,
50,  Peach,  Pear,  Plum    rand
Cherry; 70,000 Apple, in leading
varieties; 100,000 small fruit
plants; strictly home grown aud
our own propagation from hearing stock; i.0,000 Bulbs for fall
planting. Choice grass seeds
always in stock. Buy direct
and get stock that grows.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
Greenhouses   and   Seedhouses.
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Notary  Public
Room   io,  Q
New Westminster
[Nu
rserics
A'JDlTo-J
Convey
rir,e Block
P��Box
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Marl
BOWELL & ODDY. p
rn<">.nrJ
The Edison Theati
Comer Columbia and Begbie
High Class Moving
ictures
(rated Songs.   Prog
day, Wednesdaj and ���
���Bed m!
to power. Deficits have given place to
surpluses, the rates (upon an average)
have been cut in two, and now that
the finances permit of experiments,
the rural mail service is being established. The Department of Public
Works has been and still is lavish
with expenditures to perfect gradually
the great waterways of the Dominion,
to meet the growing needs.   It has at
taining law and order in a  huge and1	
���������, _.������,, ���������,��� ���a. ��� <^ Appointment ot Official Agent
"We buy for cash
iame."
and sell for the
the admiration of every man who lu
visited us from other countries. To
day princes of the highest rank cross
the Atlantic to be present at Canadian
festivals.
"I  have said  that there ar?    these
three great facts which stand out pre
,    ,, .eminently;  that from 1S96 to 1908 the
burned    the    construction    of    public  !n_*r_.a^ _.r ,,, , ...
,   ,, ,, ��� increase of our popu ation  has nn-iii-'
buildings as    and    where    they    are ruDi.��� th. ,n*J       ' QUil
i upiea tne increase which  took- ..lnr-p
m-cessary.    It also is putting through   ,n  Canada   inrlnTAv      , v!
,,. , ��iu  oanaua during the eighteen v^nr.
pul he works on land until the oppesi-'(1f   f.nn    ,.     ��� .       ^��-UL*-'--*i >*?ais
tion claims there is reckless exLa-1 ��d[^TZ-T T^ ^ I , v u* " " " |-
gance. The development of the coun- �� llTJrZZ T* * ^^1�� ^ ^tmlnster, aforesaid, bar- ���
    ,u ...,..,  .._                  .    lnas Deen bixfold of what occurred over j nste.r-a.t-law, as my official agent tor *
VfQT-y       ....^     I  I   111.-     <.,id      W\.^>tit,n
��� IN  ���
the    Daily     news
To  INCREASE  Your  BUSINESS.
I, James Davis Taylor, of the Clt:
of New Westminster, in the Provine
of British Columbia, Printer aud |
Publisher, a candidate at the election
now about to be held of a member to
represent the Electoral District of I
New Westminster iu the House of
Commons of Canada, hereby appoint
Henry Lovekln Edmonds, of the CH
3��K)*0K)40*K5*KXD'K)4C'K)*��04C*O 0*C^O*04O��O*O0*C^0K)*<>C^0
Crab Apples $1.25 per box
W. J. Sparkman!
LATE   WITH   J. a.  LEE
Begs to announce that   he  \m
now  ready    to    undertake  aT
kinds of upholstering etc, etc
at the lowest pn e      lViag b,
direct    work    the   mMdlemaa'J
protit.
Cosy   Cora,.;,   a ,;,.
All communication    i Idresse
W. J. Sparkman,
Cor.   Sixth  and   Carnarvon  Stsj
will meet with   Immediate ati
tention.
Tenders Wanted
their  period of eighteen years, and II the said  Election
try, the subduing of large areas, the
settlemenl of the wastes, all attest
the wise policy of the government in
connection with public works. Notwithstanding the charge of extravagance the public debt per capita lias
been reduced by one-fifth and the
ivate of taxation per head has fallen
year by year.   If the claim of extra- , ,., ,,,
vagance, and the promise of reduction\w$ we;-,, in 1896."���Sii
la: expenditures,    by   the   Bordenltas L^ght in Toronto.
were effectual what does it mean ?   It	
means that when the need of improvement is made clear, the sum
necessary wil] nol be forthcoming and,
-he work in  many cases  being only CALAMIIY FOR COUNTRY
half done the money spent  would be 	
wasted.    Failing  this  there would bei
a refusal to meet the emergency audi     Spokane,     Oct.  19,���".N'ew   York  is
���lie need be unrequited.    Thi_s would regarded in the Ea?! as an exceecUng-
have hardly any figures which would
enable me to state accurately what
the difference, arithmetically considered, would be between the position o!
Canada in IMiti and 1908.
"Let us be modest and s,ay tha! we
wfi-f only one hundred fold better off
in the l-jX'6 of th. world in 1908 than
\mum success means
in. | ��
City of New Westmin-1 ��
Dated at. the
ster. B. C. this  15th  day of Octob'
A, D.   1908.
JAMES DAVIS TAYLOR.
U    :.  ss:    D. W, Gilchrist.
First class Apples,
King and Northern Spies,
$1.25 and $1.50 per box
PHONES 193 and  443
C. A. Welsh
The   People's
Grocer
09o*>j+o+ o*>o*>oo*}o*>o*>o*>o*>o*>6 OpO*} j*-J���'^���^���o-_>���o���o���o���^���o���ci,
ly doubtful state for both the nation
al and &tafe tickets,-" said .1. P.d-raves
president of the Spokane and Inlani
Empire system, who has just return
ed   from  a  trip  to   New   York  to at
mean that development would not go
on, the cotintr> would net progiess,
md where progression] stop.- will the
oaiuury just stand still and wait I No,
it would simply go back little by little   c���
until the people again have a chance'tend the annuaf meetlng.of1 the direct
���o  retrieve  their    error.    But   there ors and   stockholders of the  Oranin
would be loss just the -same. And just Smelting    and     Refining    company
here let us consider what    it    would  "Taft is thought to have a much bet**
mean to us to have the work on    the! ter chance of carrying the mate than
tiaser River stopped or retarded. We  has  Hughes," continued  Mr. Graves
nave been living and hoping for some. J "But the laboring element rote is so
thing of a permanent character being much In doubt tnat it. la difficult to
done on thfe mighty ivaterway.   If the predict  what  the  result of the elec-
work is not carried on under large ex-  tlon  will   ie."
penditure year by year until it Is Regaining tbe probable results of
completed, and we were to return to Bryan's election, Mr. Graves said- "Ii
lhe parsimonious expenditure under Bryan wiais 'it.will thro* busiiaess-coD-
loij- rule, under which the work donejditions Into a very unsettled conditi m
Iras A vraste of money, then our hopes| Capital wfll go into hiding at least
���..-'i.i'iii be gone and the city and dis-, until after the in,aiig*-ura.iion tad ':������
-'rict drop li.acl. to the passive sleep.,   tirst democwitlc congress, and if }''���������-
Wat
C     Sealed tenders (whoh epari
I marked 'Tenders for Bridge" wiil
Jj received  I y  the  undei
p.m. of  November 7th   19! ���   | ,
, following:
1.    To supply    Uu-   material
! build  the substructure ol   a   ;..-il
across the  North  Arm ol    i   _':J
river at the sit..- of thi
4 '{island bridge In this < It
^     2.   'I'n put In i'i tee an I    mp el
superstructure   of   Bald
matei lals for which  ? i      e | rovi
b>' the corporation.
Plans and specific ition
..- the office of the Citj i    ���
A  niarked cheque  fo
Ired  Dollars  musi   i
ti nder,
The Irrw-- ;    .   tn    I
-irilv accepted
Season Is
reAgain
Every man and woman that
is obliged to be out when (he
walking ia-; bad should be provided with a pair of these Shoes.
W. A     ���
..
Hall,
\i w Wei  -            Oct 1
1908.
-existence we had when the Conservative wen- in power. True ii is that
'.i'- Liberals have nol done all they
���rould have done, bul tli'- Liberal Gov
I an should advocate radii-,,! legislation
and congreaj Beems dl | ��� sed i . carry our iiis recommendations the revival of business w.uhl be ihdWB_.il >���
v'" liavi' il]'  the mosl reliable Waterproof
-     il Shoes of the following makes
Boots thai   i
No
wet   feel
ernment have al leasi done something, Ij delayed. At best, Bryant's election
and it is from Its policy of progre don means a waiting game f'��- at least n
We can expect much more.    From thejyear from th... fall;"
Conservative candidate or his   leader! ���,  ,
v... have nol  had one word to Ehow  nominations are clo?.ed
any Intention on thi part of the Torle-j       throughout  the  dominio/m
to carry   out    the   channel    acheme 	
ould they be    returned   to    power.     Nominations were nude t_m>ugh��uta"
^    possibility lias not. taken hold of  the  Dominion  yesterdaj   sax�� in  thai
the candidate, but he and his journal seven  constituencies   where  deferred I
might at  Least refrain from knocking elections   will   be   held.      i-,  Quebet '
the    work    com-   there  wlll   be  a  few   elections  by ar;-'
Whatever    other j clamations, and In. several rilling, m ���
have Mr. Taylor official  Liberal ls o.ppo ed Lj   in   in-
^atrlotic enough to  dependent caudldate, as  well  as the
r citizens have Conservative     _\:   mv.   \bm   momece_l
'-   Michael Fiset, who waa    -..-,,i bj   Sir
the  Wilfrid Laurier In  190-1 i,, ...,,.;  20.00
tt For Men
m
GEO.  A.
For Ladies
i-M
it
^1 _. D
Q^ Lower rraser Kivel
W Freight and Pass-
ppj enger Service per
^| bb.     ravorit.
it
w
m
Carrying freight  and passengers
, all  points  between  New   Wi  tmina
I and Westham  Island.
I    Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf dall
at :i p.m., except Saturday;], at 2 p.mj
' additional trip on Mondays, leaving |
a a.m.
Returning have  Westham Island
a.m. daily. , xcept Frldaj    il 6 a.m.1
additional trip on  Saturdays, leaviBj
at 5:30 p.m.
Calling    at    Stevei   m       ���   i!:*.
Thursdays and Saturda m
Tickets to Steveston '   \
cents on Saturda}.    -���
SLATERS "DUK-BAK."
[nvlCtU8 Shoes'       ,,, |e   vvith   viseolizel   Ba.
":i"'"'1' S��Ies;  g ii teed to keep the feel
absoiutelj tirv.
Aj^
lhe icheme and
menced under it
dlffen nce.i w
8
ma
Bhould al ii'iife^ ''���'������ patrl
��� in in the praasure ou
...     . - in-.-   ���' Jj.ii   :    i .-ic-ical   mn
In . done,    cTfJ whai  good   could
double   i.icTlTTJa; ol  the C. P   K   from votes, come.- forward to uppose    tne
North  liemlQ^i Vancouver be   to    us Premier again in. Quebec  Ka.i.    the
pared'tfcjnal.lng this I     greatest|el ction of I.   ,\   Carrier as menibei
and deejjlfclreBh-water {��vt    In    the for Levis by acclamation has been up-
. coiyfflted with th^tfeea b^leep sei        the appearance ta the field of
el.  Wc cn.. if it^i I aiu^iii- n.  Bourassa, as an tndependeni  Lib-
wfiijd  iifl^m.iiprt   niirjPiter- eral.    Thi   seat, however, Is strongl)
has Liberal.   South Vork Is the only con-
It tituencj   in Ontario where the elec-
e us tlon  Is unopposed,    w. f. MacLean,
ever Conservative, being elected.
_-,) iland di
^Sworl I, ii
i.ftnii
iftjagalBrt  oui'l
j2j ; i'v. | ty.v w'''
Mi��"'   fver    sin,
_.,.Wb, ,���
rs$ hhafr-f-fteol
foimtlaUonrthe^her xpn\
GEO. A.  SLATER'S "DRY-SOX."
a   ca'f leather lined Blucher cm Boot, wi'h
UPper l":llil"''   of di .tit-Call���our  most   re
liable ii	
THE  ���DOCTOR  SPECIAL."
Bluc**er cul box calf Boot, with viscollzed
water-proof 8oles-a boot we highly recom-
���o give comfort in everv detail.
GEO. A.  SLATER'S "INVICTUS'
m
m !___________________________________________________���
5 J p"l"M"M-**H* ���H~M4-**J*'i
Boi
with
,!l"1"   "'    nrm    VICI   kid.   uppers   lined
eather; the soles are heavj  viscollzed
"ak   ,""1"'1 and thoroughlj waterproof
THE   EMPRESS
Winter Calf Boots-a neai  looking
Boot   for fall wear.
in avy
-THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
ith
mend
THE   "CROSS"  SHOE,
made of Velour Calf,    with
soles, malting  an   ideal  bool
weather.
extra   heavj
for   the   wel
'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Every   order   placed   w
us    means    a   satisfied   customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES 4RE Rlliiir
Rales ou work Of  in.  ''''
criptlon  or quantlt;
on application,
a noted
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot ^^^^
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C
BJ'J Jackson��Morrison
^|'^. Daily News Block.
fjj   +      New Westminster. Phone 386   |
New Westminster, B. C.    Sj $-I"X"l"I"I"t"I"I' ���l"I"H"H^jjj
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03
to
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QJ
aJOVBRTISB     1
��� IS ���
DAILY      HE
'ou  WANT HELP*
W S TDfiSOAV-
OCT. 20, 1W��.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
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Stores I. H. SMITH Tlie Cash Stores
++    *���**���+    #���*    ^    ^,
��� ���..���Ml���i ���
������:-������::'������::-���
I City News;
�����������������������>����<"������������������������������ ������������<|��>����t��������������������������>��������������'��^
�� ANOTHER LOT OF !
Bargain Values!
lowest possible    price,
we do not hesitate in
���fl,,, pollc; of this sto is a progressive one, our chief aim
. . .,, >a our patrons, and the only certain way to do so
is,0 seii the besl quality goods at I
when we have over-bought In some line.
tl ��� pTices to effect a speedy   reduction.    Having an over-
stock ia ,|1B   iiii''I'-men':*0**e(l "nes w<" are n��w offering same
I��� many Instances at WHOLESALE PRICES	
SEE     WINDOWS. SEE  WINDOWS.
Phenomenal  Blanket  Saving
$4.75  WKite   and   Grey   Blankets   for  $3.25
v , ���    ���      i  ,n the   lot, White Soft Finished Raised Fluff
:  10-4 size, also in Bilver grey, good big  iizi
tail) good chance to secure a blanket ai cost
Prii ���        $3.25.
A Bargain in High Grade
Blankets, slightly s
Abou- hla lot. They com irise oui  sample stock    .���
k" ii on view a.- samples ol our stock. Owing to
ag th'-y areallghtly soiled and for that reason we
are making such a substantial reduction as  will nuke it wortli
your while to come and purchase;   |9  Blankets for t".    $8.*>����
Blank'- '" 00, and so ou.
j
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I
-. .1. .T. de Knevett,
alley will ibe  P''e-
tegie library.
1 er off a box of '*B.
���   ���      hi i oni
shlpmi ni i ���   steel   rails  having been
received .  [a8t  weel-     The  ruils
nave '" en across the river and
are now ielng laid as rapidly as pos-
sible, the  road   bed    having   been in
It will make  ^.      , ��
M /reaoines*- thia   work   for  some
weeks.
I Dressers and Stands!
���
; AT BIG SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST
$13.50 to $80.00
��� '.
will b" hi
of 11.1
I'.
Ol
slu
dr) see sincl
tin Needlework guild
Phursday at the board
'' 3:30 p. in.
ia|    _ 111   keep   your   feet
Lu  Chang, ,-_  Chinese laborer, was
j buried ,- Douglas street cemetery yes-
terda)  afternoon,
Clear Havana cigars of exclusive
merit thi Brlllante," made by the
H. C. Ci  ,   factory. **
[nquii
' O  cl. li    '���   ���������   i es
-   clo; e  "ii   'I . ���  : i    next
ill coming in for the
for   whicli   tenders
I
Sinclair      ,  .
football but tor
window.
tne   genuine    "Cert"|
3.50.   See them in Ms
5
oiled
Sensational Price-Cut
in   Boys    Sweaters
SI.50   Boys    Sweaters   tar  85c
ind    ''hi  noo i to be true    bul  you have   onlj  to
...   the truth ut our statements to your own satii
��� ���       We have too many of these Sweaters and musi clea
��� ��� ���  ii we lose monej  on them     Ever)   one is ail -
cardinal and nav . and also in many other tenia. ��� a 11       ��� iem, too, I rom 2 to 14 yi ai b
Ml ot               B5c.
For cat flowers ror any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
The ni* > i j ' ill ne'ting of the board
of managi of the Royal Columbian
hospii i     - i held tomorrow after
noon
For sale���Seven roomed house,
j bath room, pantries, closets, wood-
' shed:     horBe   stall,  carriage   house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
I particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
street.
Dep tl. Chii * Constable .Murray, of
the Provniclal police department, has
arrived in the city to watch
the case of Jenkins at tbe assizes.
Sportsmen who have been pheasant
ii ng ;n the country report   good
'sport, though the bin- are somewhat
Alice Sugden, of Lynn Creek, yesterday was granted a water record of
three  inches from a stream    flowing  ���
.along tin. line of lot 2088, for domes-:
tic and agricultural purposes on that  .'.."
lot. y
For first class cut flowe-rs po- plants , V
or bouquets, telephone Davig & Son,' ft
florists.    Tel. B 208 ������   fe
I
The Women's auxiliary of the Roya! j i
Columbian hospital me- yeBterday un- j|
der    Mrs.   Welsh's presidency.    Thi J
secretary.  Miss   Armstrong,    reported 4
that the   'Pixies" performance ai   the i
Opera  house   had   netted    $175   after I
paying all expenses, which sum won!.: -.'
be turned over to the hospital.
LEE'S
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lorn*  Street.      Phone 73.
'���'*':.'--*..'J.:*--.."ii"**---  ������-   '���:,:-.*<��*-!':-*��-i
All Columbia phonograph disc  rec--  ;
ords in stock now selling at 50c each,   ���
,f. H   T ��� Id's music hou-'- *��� 'i
The C. P. K. bowlers, who some ;;.
few days ago rashly issued a chal- |
lenge to any team composed of em- .
ployees of any one firm in the city. 4
have named Wednesday of next week .
as a suitable date for their extinguish-; | clotha, silk lined coat
ment by The Daily Xews howling |
team. The C. P. R. and subsidiary V
companies' team will be composed of|'��
the following dare-alls:    Wilson (cap-   ,
Gordon's Dry Goods House!
' -��� ; ���_-       *.
Latest Suits That 1
Are  Correct
We are showing the no .  . -: styles on view.    Ver..   .mart suits in
brown, green, navy, black, cheveron cloth,  with  braid  '.rimming silk-
lined coat.   Direct iii       vie coat.   Special price
Plain walking Buit -,
> it fining coat   in   tweeds    serges,
Special price	
$39.75
broad-
$29.50
Many   -'-.!���-  of cl"':i-  in  semi-fitting, long coat;
4
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4
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4
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V
Th illd ol .Mr. und Mr-~. Boyd,
i,<-.:li street, was buried at the Ma-
Bonic cemetery yesterday, Capt.
Quaife, "���' the Salvation Army, offlci-
li I
tain i.    (kiulet,
Welch
I
Currie,    Clark    and:
,r
Special Price $23.75
bre;
SI.
Savings in  Women s
Flannelette    Underwear
ind   $1.25   Flannelette   Gowns   for   75c.
A carload of Dditiision pianos, or- 1 E
dered for Exhibition week, has jus; -r
been received. Prospective buyers : I
are Invited to call and inspect these i
high-class instruments at J. H. Todd's . 4
Two   Wi ���  ���   were   ������ru't"' music  house, Columbia  street. *-'   V
$23 and cosi    tor shooting pheasants \^^^:������*���:���-���:
,1    easoi     a Oci   11, ai  Ladner,     As far as was known in civic circles 	
,:        pitten      -li   In   the  district  last night,  Westminster   wil]   not   be ^,
j represented   at  the  Joint  meeting of ]���
Uhe   various   municipalities     at   Van-1 *
l-'-**r'' *>"*���   the  care,- tnls  afternoon  with reference'*
, ases  in    ��� I in thi        -��� ��� utlons
: .; ���:.     toi   ki -
jl r ls
ime.
I
THE FASHION CENTRE
*&*+# #���-%**illp*'%���*���*��>��-jj>HM!'"��fr���"8*"*fit-'"'lt��� �����������{!���'����� j{e
lered   and   ".-imine.1.  mad.,   very full,
regular $] and *H '-' value tor 75c
1 nl":
to a  water supply.     Ud.  Shih s cannot  go.  an - enden
of Water woi ks   Stott   ��
to get away.    It is not  thought now
jr.                       hat   the  Coquitlam   lake  source  Willi*
from a  hunting   trip  al   And much favor, as the municipalities
.    , gged a  fine  are    looking    towardi   the   Seymour
���
���
���
���
unable  m
*>
i
The Public Supply Store Offers to |
the General Public
A FREE DEMONSTRATION
flannelette   Drawers   tor  25c
dei .
looking    towar
���      - ...Mies.
his  prize  ra   tnte I as a tl to-
his hunting ex I i  -
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
An application for   100   inches   of
water from   Bridal    Veil    falls    was
\\i ,...-,.    handle   B  I        ad "Old  granted Walter R. Gilley yesterday by
Sport"    cigars,      The    old    reliable Water Commissioner Fisher.   The ob-
(jrands. *** I ject is' for operating a quarry at Pitt
Lake, on the government timber limit,
and evidence was received by the eoru-
of the famous ''Russian de Luxe
Tea" which is the highest grade
Tea sold in America and will be
demonstrated by one of Tetley's
Best Tea Demonstrators.
J have  been  Increasing in number dur-
��^0*c^o*-x^j>*o*oao*0*0   3tO<K5#0*OtO#OCI*CHK)*0#0#C��#u lng thi   past few weeks, several li
Real estate transactions alone i 8 j Evidence wM~^celv<_d "bythe 'com* 11
,,,,!,��� ���:* rh- Westmlnster-Chlinwack mi8atoner that ^ ^^ cornposin}?, ���
line between this city and Cloverdale
THE
the falls in summer was twenty-five
to thirty feet wide, and .six inches
deep.    The water diverted    from    the
sales  having    been    put  through at     _        ^       ^ w ^ .^
:
**>*
Public Supply Stores geo^adams |
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.
������������������>��������������-���*<*���?��. ���������<
Prop.
Phone 92. ���
������������������������������-��
ibhbi
i prices averaging from i"' to $100 per
according to location.   The :i>':*
ivlt) in th ��� Is to a large mea-
J sure   due   r>
���
l.iw   the falls.
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instances  of bears  roaming ,0 Q
We have the best stock
-   Waterproof Boots ever
>wn in this city.
It won't be our fault if
you don't have dry feet,
for we guarantee our vis-
:olized interlined rawhide
ioles to be absolutely wat-
erproof.
Have you seen the dem-
tration in our window?
Nn other Shoe ever stood
this test.    48 hours in the
' ater and perfectly dry.
See them in  our   win-
Hot Water
Bottles
Fountain Syringes
Combinations of both.
Attachments   Separate.
Severs
the  commencement      I   ln ,;u, immediate vicinity of this city
i)  the company, a large   h..vt,   lj0l,;l   recorded   within   the   past
 *������    ���' -'. days, but the antics of a big black,
bear in the west end of the city yes-j
terday afternoon surpass anything reported this season.   Bruin was espied
i by a young lad named Greer, sitting
comfortably on Eighth avenue, a oui
! 200 yards trom the elt) limits.   Greer
was armed with a shotgun, but  having doubts as to the ktl.-ng power i 1
his weapon, the Bteadlness of his hand!
and  Bruin's  staying    powers,  he  di
dined  to commence hostilities.    Thej
i bear, however, had no such scruples,
i ami  advanced towards Greer as If on
business bi nt.    When On er returned
some minutes later, leu ling a posse of
determined hunters, Brain had ���'���   ���'.���
peared in the jungle.
a reception to the members of the
Sapperton Epworth league was given
In the West End Methodist chui-cb
yesterday evening, about eighty young
0 The Highest  ��
in Quality      $
The Lowest
in
Pri
ice
Direct trom the factory.    Rubber to j
..... 50od inn--1 be fresh.    We guarantee the e goods and  will gladly    re*
an)  tound to be   faulty.   Two
place
quart, thre
ami red.
For  the dull,  long  winter evenings
.,,,,  I,,,,   need  glasses.    We  can  give
you better service
others.
in   thia  line    thun
luart, four quart, in white people  inking part,  the  members pi
the E.pworth league of the West End
church acting as hosts. Nearly forty
Sappertonlans attended. Aftsr an ad
dress of welcome by Kev. F. A. Magic, which was replied to by Kev. K.
M. Thompson, of Sapperton, an ihter*
esting program of vocal aud musical
selections wus proceeded with, In*
i hided among those taking part were
.Miss Osorne, recitation; Mrs. Ken
ny, solo; John Scott, reading! Mis
Mildred  Hardman,   recitation
Other agents who cannot meet my ratea for insurance will tell
you that the quality of the insurance my companies give you i-
not as good, Inn I can prove it is the best, and challenge any of
them to prove a single instance where they have not raid their
losses with promptness equal to auy. Investigate for yourself
before placing your insuranse, and if it is a question of value
for your money I am satisfied you will place it with me
CURTIS'
DRUG    STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG.   $��.0��k
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isl^iil. M^s^itf'. ���*>>���*���> *w**M*\Yi-
ample-s of milk
���ii  taken
Fraser  Valley
from!Gilley Bros,   .
Nurseries
Milling Co
tbe dealers and botelsjtal .jbund sat-iGeorge Cunningham <fc
A  leller Trom w.Twteoul .T-icltTt TToya! (T.y^Tnrn.-frT To
.-.   Vaiicu.ive^.  ,-iu^gejj^int. tbjt-  iid-.A*.- T. Kin^       .
tages of C'^rttiii: conveniinices,-wSs I Arelwlmld ��� iir-fi.
:he health committee to re-1 Royal City Plan
ie  mayor  -M*g| tMMsuch ;-M'il..eih&��il)i �����'��� jj
ie of   ureat   assfstanVeTh   the A \-'<*-*������-.J  1
Son
vantages 	
sent  to ihe health committee to re
���*-*.   *,   .r�� n,
port,   tli
would	
city,   if  their   maintenance    did    notj
Aid.
Mills
Totil
prove  too  great.
Fader,   chairman of the health commute*',  moved.!    _
,  ,. (V��.-H-'"***"*?>ii"-4il  Ke
a resolution  arranging to meet!,  tne 7T" jr
writers  at an  early date,  which   mo- ^_^^^_^^^
,     .  . Royal Citv Transfer Co
Hon wa***i**��.ft�� flOTBlW-ltl,
Library,
view Pub. Co.
ontst  	
>vtmL
*}ug& .\_*i)ohiiid-a1��Tn__ri<oa ���feetore^hut-a'w A > ifUvUJ!
coiincii to ask for an',ap4K*vi,1'*i**-i*9ft|��- *: mv .ii ��iimW.
for. the
to  ask   for  an-.ttpiwwi'i'iatio'p,
Improvement of the Lulu 1s-
:��� ?hj
Fire.
'���f r pr
wear
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���the bfand that is soM-
with the  unconditional
lti   ..    .;���  it
guarantee of satisfaction
T   t ���.    t \   11      j j ���
or monev back.
BEALITV p||^J
At
W  C. CHAMBERLIN
.Sole .^seats for       WII Longltea  WafiS
and
Hamilton W.v
���*t,(wrrf-r'' jw
ul   I.
:        The Eraser Valley NursenVs
��� ,_ have tor the coming season �� very coraflete line
I |NURsfeRY  STOCK
no���ia_s_i_jH...5>ttt start your oScHald ii^
h* *wa��v -.��'nm-n^ty-fH--^ 4*M* *H'��� "-***-8��i* *������_* UMliWII N_*f!>J
.-���-MTriiioBitlti1 offcred'.itheif.tttK .-ft- Uan*VT_au!...^-._-Aii>^.,.>ji--i���llaftOg
. 12 I
7.60
6.80!
B4.B5
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO., New Westminster
tisejyf^hi^, teiams to. assist .tjie.coyn- j Dingki '*; llur.nett .,
ell. Owing to the heavy teams going Anderson it busby .
to the shingle mills, the road was in | Gilley  Bros	
Braq^iv.y)--K>.T  Miili
lioard of worKs to act.
 New .City   Mcips.
puth
't'he
MTcQ*rit'e <t Co.f. .|
ft
-\ld. Johnston drew attention to the
need of an up-to-date map of the city
for   the councIT cualuiuers.
*Hehlerfsi��y>iioried   the   applle^tl
so miiW-*1_Vw*-streets had beW
luiVJJ)--
ifirife
Geo. ('iinninghani"'__
George  Adapts   	
Adams ��^  Deans  	
Royal City Planing Mills .
l_ri_vsi ('. Eickhoff	
Ijj.  T.   Kirk. .v. . r  . /-.,. .j..
enedrI J-toy-kl  City ���Prair*tl'.'i-l.'of .
WJIltE' SLAVE TRAFFIC IS
ABOUT Tp BE EXPQSbD
������ - --���-	
Make no-
HOME NURSERY,
well aa g^tUn^^
,an handfe yt#'
; j J.IaI-.' io'
md   Aid.
.   ���-..-!��� I
���us-
. .-_..;.-i   ft
in   Women.
-.-1   :
'l<..-*T_ie  's-.atehv
which
maps.
mlttee
Allien   .I
prepared
J100.
were  noi   siiown  on   existing '
It was left to the finance com-f"
to act, a!'t��*.it-.w>s itflS-i thai
Hill, th&.cil^.-siirvayoii,,
to   carry   out  the   work
la
Total   	
rj.. -   Maaket.
���* PVanstohe l IT & f'. "Co	
lor-Royal City Planing Mills . ..
' T. ,1. Trapp &  Co	
Telephone   Matters. j Anderson &  h���sliv  	
H.   liaise,   .sec,'etary-tr*asu_*er���|shl.l1)  &  g-.^  j,^^ ^
B. (���':' Tr-lephone Co. :;..:������:..+.
9,50fi|!l~    B   ������''   '���'���>'���   >     Bfl<WtaJ[J>: *U   .BlHIipi    ���
^  ir|. People   Moving   in   High 1 Society ; Ac-
4._!."i       cused   of   Receiving   Money  Deriv-
2.45 ea from Traffic
1 .-50
,        3.15
,*___. 1.001' ��('ff:ilu*   ���-**  ,^^^^^^
 "lhatf a':i-e/io.-_- now  in  coursi.  of )��� ���
$ 168 ;>2   pn-'itiou    to    be    submitted : tti
"United' States'-'goN-Vrnriierit Will1 reve
tremendou*,:S'eSfed   interests,   *whi'-h
I ��!**;!****>ll^^^ I
Wanted -:- lost -:- found s
I for Sate -:- To Hent -:AEtc. i
I-V-H-*****!!*^
Will .1. K. 0. please call for letters at
this office.
______________        V1-0' Wi-l from \i
where you are not bothered W_:h fmni..
"  .-in.
agent In your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for price.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Eraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
-leaily
WAN'TEDr-Hy a steady curjienter,
work; wages reasbnaDle. Address
Ins.-(;oodeve,-__ctty-. or apply at Mr.
McKay, 288j COliintbia streel, by
Royal studio.
GeOi'
wrote:- forwtU'tlWg 1 an: ugrtieiiieiif.for
the u^fijby the B. C Telephone |^m-
pany of the city's pipe line right of
way.   ^Je als
Total
is.**, .1111
85.15
45.00
16.00
12.72
.ir.. .17.00
.* 360.S7 i
Police.
lie also sent au agreement    in
,.    r**- -      "���!������'-���:      ,,.'      V.    . ^^^^���^^������r   CI: . su.uu    lliiusiuill
dnjilicate with reference to the pTac-l^a      &  Deans      ^     1-70 w). ." ���
ing oYXm wires on the poles belong- t*H()1 * j ,',���,������ j;| j '.;.. AA;'....'.. ��� !13.801    jj~ "^t-u^v
deal with the white slave traffic, was
[ made at the atferhbon session of   the
National   Ameftoan Women   Sutfrage
I association on  Saturday by  the   Rev,
.Anna p-arlij) Spencer, of :.\ew York.
"There   ,j,f.e.    people  high    in. i..e
govern iueuts....,o��   several    CQuntJ-ies,"
idleclared rMi"S- Spe-ncer, "who i_#ve.ha,] |
jshiuly. tj-unsactiqns  i^,.th^  JjffiCljt
HEATING StOVES
If you want a heater for Boft or hard coal or w<  ^    ���
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oaks, handsome in appearan .
heavy nicftle trtmmings.   *���]*&& i&��e raiig��Aif; Si*3| a{
Do   not   forget   to3-caJl:iin. and   inspect.; our. Ov ,
Ranges, the ranges that give rea] genuine Batlafi ction
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.!
l.DST���English   setter   pup     (biteli,:
white,  with  black  stiots.    Return to I
Chapman's  billii.rd  parlors." * ' |c^O^^^)*0C^0^^>*O^)^) O4O*O4O*G+O+CO4O*0*Gt
���
WANTED���By   , vespt-ctable     Scotch
woman, a few hours' work, house or J
church cleaning.    P. O. Box 732.
lng  to  the citj   on  Carnarvon street..
One of the agreenients'-had %eeo B4dtv't.   'j*,;,.,]
by the city solicitor, but not the other
.$    15.50
and this was also sent  to him  before
the mayor slgnejC *fv fi
Health.
C.   Cray.
Misc��iiaheoW_.*>*>
A petition of property  owners    on
Cedar street, Sapperton, asked for thv
street to be graded, and sidewalk laid.
The mu
as soon
move their men to Sapperton.
Hale Bros. & Co. asked for an elec-
James
���  f.l-.i.-ni'.-i C. l-:kk.lu'!i, ...
Total  	
Light..
.$    16.50
ltt%\W�� :flilt*^ilh ���lt~on���� -Will*-!-.. SuiiU
u  ��*l$**\ ifai|d'pf_. works^aif  u  ^ ���$��$
I J.  K.  .Neilson    i
.< jf.'t*v***>*-S?**"-4?*n *��� sai"**5-**>-%;*��.;*"--j *;-.
trie streel lamji'at the corner ot Dub
lln ami 'l'welflli stree ls; for^ttretr
efH***rtie. iii/i^'^^RW-Wl^tV' Hi-
hiiue Co.A-.. -f ��� ��� ���
Dunlop Tire <fc  Rubber Co. . .
A. V. .Biilbel- . l-ilec-t I ic  Co.....^
Vansione II   &  P. do ^
c. Gray
_������#�����<>--*���
And' rson t
tliT' lain,
*5if-��f'��!: <��* ff*?*-* "J-*!"** ���������*!>���*-<-*���->-.�� 1 I
lighting comiiiii.e,. ,��� , -port      , ftJC^BJ^tric &JCa,,. ,
tirk owners sought a urrMoe' drain vf,'^^,,,,  ���aWiWw C<
on the south side of  V'iutoria sueei.   -j-   ,   frann & Co
This  will  also be reported 'Jpoii.             (,���a r,���inin^h.,n, &  Son
The city engineer    Albert .1.  Hill,  W(Jj,  ������, (;i,)a,iA   	
askediio,- as inljiia-.n.ent of'.thf Atn-i-t  Hl)Wl,..,-(,,,  Plaril���, ^lfe
line of -Richmond street at Eighth av-  (-.   m   f)Unu
enue,'"?S- ord��*r 10 |ire*v��-iil  Mie"q. epdaA"'
ment of the survey ljiies of sulidiyisioii
.Mrs, Speuce-r uiade .ai) impassiout. 1
[aiijMjafj. for the .betterment of    cotuli-
[.tions of ya>mg gir|s ,whp a-'e 4epeu.l- |
i tint upuu the work of.thijh*. {^nd*. fori
*    1B--M|a jiving;'
1.50i other speakers were Mrs. Chartotte
Gllman and Mrs. Florence Kelley,'
both of .New York. .Mrs., G.lman said [
������very marriage certificate should be !
accompanied by a: bill of Jiealth from (
a physician, under state authority.
.\liV-*. Kelley thought there should be
a stricter enforcement ofthijlaws already on the statute books,    it   is a
a shameful thing," said    Mrs.
���""Kelley,  "to see the reluctance    with J
which court officials and prosecuting:
attorneys of the state take up cases!
w herein the victim has been a girl of j
' W.\NTED--'W*hHv waitress:  g-ootl "Wa- j
.e-.    Apply  ;o  West   End  restaur.
ant. "
:'.-l. '���-'���  !(    ���:��� 1 1 1	
WiA.\TED~-E"gliBhman desiring . to
settle in dk-iricJ, requires position
as bookkeeper or cashier. Highest
references, London, England. Post
Office bok 7C.4. New Westminster.
Now is the time to look after your|
EYES
23.281
S. 25 I
9.20
7. U0 ,
1 :��� ,8 ,
"'���'���'''.pitiful.
WANTED���Youhg girl to mind children.    Apply A.' _i)l., News office.
FOR  SALE-1'Uno;
ance terms.    ,1.  B.,
part   cash,   oal -
Daily  News.
lender years.'
.1
Of  Lot   9,  Block   IV. 1 suburban}.    The
.      ,        -iD " . *!        ���"    I
communication was referred to tlie ft-
Total
Finance.
Fai
W.  ���	
!_________________________���
Royol Columbian hospital
nance, committee to report. J
The   cash   statement I   pn seated  ib)    Q   c   (;.lyeUe
City Treasurer McQuarrie for thonn.e,Mrs \iffifa  IU^V
months ending Sept. ;!0, showej thut
Bene
lhe   total   disbursements   wei
i.
58S.24, iin,! there was 11 balance in
l.atik g$|$)$48j>-.0l(
o"Ji
th]*-
I    volent society  	
ic. P, R, t'o.'s Telegraph
Adams  k  Deans   	
JI97.49
2.90
14.95
4.00        	
,50J
l5 201 COUNTY   COURT   CASES.
js.lu,     Before h's nonor Judge Howay yes-
] lerdity:
76.)"       Mil-.-,   vs.  Oddy.    Action  for $92.14
for plumbing and materials supplied.
16.2a   Judgment    for   plaintiff   for   $7o  and
139.01); costs.
i nu.     Ward vs. Kenny.
, toi  $5  for tearing
.-.u.iiij f projecting  from  th
WANTED���A couple to snare home
with lady; terms moderate. Address.   Mrs.   D.,  Brltcola  P.  O.
FOR SALE���Five acre lot, cheap for
cash. Brownsville; close in. Apply   *.M," Daily  .News.
.$11
12.96��n\"Yrestaurant,   J11.lenient for
The I'ollo^ux accounts wei,. pMift]  xr^iilhM iiro*   .....  -A! A. A 45.21! Judgi
for payment: ,,   ,-   -|-(.it.;,h(,11(. ,���,,      :���,..,.7:,;.and i
Water. i 7im  o'r. ,_,.. nn nnl
���,-i
CO.
iVelOT *-..������.:.: .. . . .-. . .-.        3.2ft
Tflir>i_��|^f>qft�� ���.. -,.. 1
Dominion Wood lJi|>f Co.
Small & Buckiln laniiii,:"
-Viii^.rsuun^ ..Lu-lfl'-.- ���'��� -*i- -����� ��*
BracKiiian-Ker Milling Co. ..
Goo. Cunningham &_ Son ....
T. J. Ti
C. A.  \\
McQuarrie  <*!���   Co	
Cunningham  Hardware Co
T   McAvity  ,*_ ; SoiA A . : . ..
Royal  City 'I'rnn-'ier ���'<��
w. Watson 	
.1.   K Neilson   	
Tota3����:.�� -'   .     a
Bosra-ar wonn.-.- ���
Ro> 1 -li :   (lo,   . .
Gill ���'   ' ��� ���< ". .    .
Br L����� 1
('
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130.
93, in
Hill & Gauvreau
(Vdmi?Irian i-��>.*,  Ltd.- .-...*a*
_.'.,';   Daily New-; Pulilisln,,- Co.  ..	
42'*1". Dominion Trust  Co     160.00
'������i*U'iA S   It: -foifglifnu- .:....'���;.... ���.': ���*  -tJ-.W
]---'�� s. 11. Thompson        40.00
2.00
Mrs. Wai a asked
dress mi a nail
awning  ai.  Ken-
 ^^^^^^^^^^^       $2 and
1.501 costs, ..
Brackman-Ker .Milling Co, vs.Wolfe.
ment for uraount claimed, $50.9
60.00 t1
��Jo io
TO RE.NT���Two furnished front bedroom. Apply Arrow Press, back of
Windsor Hotel, or 2x7 Victoria St.,
near Library.
WA NTED���Experienced clerk in cigar
and tobacco business. Apply Box
704, City.
WANTED���A
Jones.
nurse   girl.   Mrs.   Dr.
Drought Causes  Loss.
I lav" lock,   ont..  Oct    l!��- -Dry  spell
is causing heavy loss in this neighbor
hood.    Wells are  nearly
eallle -He .suffering.
all  dry    and!
TO RE.NT���Delta farm, 220 acres, all
cultivated and uuderdrained, good
house, barns and buildings; spring
water piped on to property; shipping facilities by water and rail;
church and school close; produced!
$5000 this year; 5-year lease to;
tight party. White, Shiles & Co.,
New Westminster,
Call
in.
Eyes Tested Fred
j ���
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
o*c*o*c*cb#o*o*o-K*o-K. 0-K>*0*O*O*C*OO*0*0*C"��:
You'll Be Stuck
On   Our Cement
when   you  see   b"w
where   you  want   it   tot       j
will be equally plea 11 / with oA
other    building    ma ��� rials,
w hich we carry a 1 .J
We   figure   mi   sei; 1 all
your  materials   hen     1       Mia
we   rely  on   your ' ij
with your first ord' ��� ;n1
plish that result.   Golns to give
lt to  lis today ?
BROS!
LIMITED'-'
l$l I20.8^j|
15.85
803.09
336.31
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fA^'i'l' * ''"
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i;iii"V'i!i,,**a	
Hi-' sun  &   Sons   ������������
Iinan ,a.- Co	
Sawmill Co!
12,
IS
13.67
*  SMI0.93
USE ONLY TME BEST
PERFUNC3
LYE
Is tne standard article
READY   FOR   USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For m a Mm: *"���-. v. -... f i,-i,ii,,   ., ater<
removing old  paint, dlslnfriclfafl
sinks,   clo.cts,   .1,    1, .,   ,nrf   for
many   other   purpo.es.      A   i. a n
���quala 20 pound* SAL SODA.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT^rT^|
TOR ONTO. ONT.
FO I.ET -Housekeeping
isheii or Unfurnished,
room with fine view.
Ninth  street,  city.
rooms   turn-
also   single
Apply   12.'.
t*..te'*f'����.f$9$&$��*?&A$&9iSl^ -
�����-.!- al
We   aire   now   booking   private
��� Christmas Cards.    Printed Greetings
-with your own name.
,:_^^'.:-..:-T^..-_.-*i..'-'..ri.."(.r(..r,............ ...
��� ��� a. ������-���������
- __��:-
FOR SALE    l_ight pony cart, in good
condition;   or  exchange for jbug��*��|
Morley,  Vancouvi r  road,  East  Bur*'
naliy.
POR SALE House, stable and two
lou, cleared and fenced. Second
Miij,.i and. Tenth avenue; price-
reasonable, and fcerml easy. Also,
two lota adjoining, nearly cleared.
.\|i|il> I.. i,ie<.igi_ ,sjiai|j, on ilu   pre-
b
A beautiful line of sampl
c .seen now   to  selfcci  fr-orr^.
es can
���" >������."'
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
\. ws Dealers
���
%r? -m^f-
V E S T M INST F. R BMPtiOYMENT
AGENCY I'nder new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807, fan supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Uranch office, 107 Cordova
street weet, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. G.
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I The Best Yet!
n
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nome&Sc -*
Oecorat
Japanese Employment Agency |
Five  and   ten acre blocks  of the
cultivation,  on Chilliwack  tram line.
upon   this   land.    Terms reasonable.
jest soil, draine
Call   ,ilel   -Mm.:!.'
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
'  Female   Help  Promptly
-
',
u**d.
STS.,
Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.
TH08. R. PEARCON.  Manager.
Real Estate, etc. Money to f-'-?r'
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^ Ooorf"fhing is Sore to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Utopia L**t
Ubfi-
Is Raining In fsvor every day.    Our output '.art rear was doubl* the
in-; one.    The most healthful ind nutrition* mt bever��4*"��
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
 "-3T���
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From Other  Points ' of V icw  ;
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.��. est..
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A Drop in Prices
....  B.      ,  *����� '""-4
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gins  .    .                                                           ...       .    . . ,.        limit-
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v. Include
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COLUMBIA
STREET =
I pkone 101
PKone 101
_'s Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jellv Jars, - - 5Ue doz
See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75
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aneh   jn<       [<
���-������'������'J -f    ���.    fc V--I-.,    A;    Mt   half
	
Norw  Given   Away
Not ian acre of fertile lands   n,
s:ick  r>!     mber   not   .     -nob of coal |
, deposits I..-.- been * - ��� .-. ,,na.y i
 et  g.   -   nmenv        eryil odj
-
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��� ...     a  CVB-..I      ��� .-,.   Bn.*,-*,  I ������%.-.��-, wi,
���   ws this statemen tru< k~___���   .... a v   ..    ,
'*  .       iJ-.C.dl,-. '  vfTV
te 6cm .  have    *<,.    i-tenti    ml 11   .     .....
--.  gold  in the  l a       v        ..- ,,    ���:,��� :-
ISI   the   (I'lisei...   l       .riMWBm*lH   .. .      ., ��� .    .
h gar.    w aj  tnlllli ������ ��� ol ���-*���*���- - of ..     _, ,
^^��� ine Thomnso     -..,.",.,.,   ,   . .
" to lie. \:iii-       j -ftWi
���-.! .      _        -
I :,' . t and s    5��d wtotrtUu
a con but   I        a  baref_.ce.l
���   niii<-
led   '���
..   ���   I    ���
thi    t-
to 'he Canadian Raclflc.
Some ol the leading   Consi  ��� ���
-.-,..   ���'������   ���     .     their hostilitj     to
111    >
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Bank of Montreal
b_3TABLISHED  1817.
Phone 97*
& DEANS
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
Rational linv ^^fta|6^IIv i
and hoik of thei .       announced
Rurai   M_ i  De.ivery   Inaugurated.
. Sufi,'!,   m #��*��*   o.    rur*ljmore (han      m.-,,       4  acceptance
'i,;'" ? "      ' kea-tthAha,   noi
-     - ' ':"    ' -      ,  single met .   .
b��:" -'   i���m a w..,"-iof M-.h,   _.,.   a.i.m   ���,,
....
CAPITAL
RESERVE
 114,400,000.00
;.     $11,000,000.00
|iWthe�� throughnJl Canada^inu Newfoundland, and   In   London,   Lug.and
NtW't'oVa. Jt&lcagD "aiidtfepouaie, TJ.S.A.'jj-itJ^JljCO .City.    A Oen-*Ck|
wal Banking B'j9lne83 TranBact^d.,    ,."*."
.itteri of Credit Issued, avkllalile^aiatk dorreapondenta in all nart�� ot the ,
worn ��� i        fy\f.\i | i     tfy^t
kdngi Bank D��|Wt-T**-|tyt__.    f>epOi?Jta. jeqelved In Sji^^orjll^and upwards,  _
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent., per annum  (present rate)  added
four tlmei a |r*yjVa>ttX3flV> | !
Iliui Anets over lli.S.OOO.OOO.OO.
NSW WEBTMINSTTglafl^Ate-k   j O. D. BRYMNER. M��jiKt��r
 -    *   j.
- 4  , .      .1
Thrifty
Womert
a..'      I
i   V   k.. > iKm
\r*f%��
.*r- *m)*ir\ne *
Nm-  times out of ten the wo-rtoiMi���' -
ire the money i avers of the famllj.
M-'it  mean  well enough.    They i--*-^.,
the   value   of  having   mine;,   in  thi
bask, I'.it Ci";' i.mvn'i  th,'- i.-n-1    ��� '
Bavlng.     They  haven't   learned     th**'!'
n i     ot two tn buj lng     n i
the   rait     d Is su
j,''-*
,hPi,u-A I        S&iJJ**J**.Ti
lal'fctvd   In'lli iBtfWJWt fir-'-j
>.'!! '!��� '
Children may open savings accqiu��ts1 Jjaren^.w^o^ ��� .'.
*\ ���.., r.   Igjjgg-l   '
���
.   -,^yMi-; -few i\ is .lu.M.^,   ,ui-.
| J'vi*-. *?��������� ���' ������ .    ���        . the n
H0V.E.   SAVINGS BANKS, in larg
. ,���.,..:-.i..a ..ii,.!..',' .ui ci
The
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prf v ���.'
ROYAL BANK ^/"CANADA
��� . ii ���>     in
Ccpilo/orlt/ (,,��,'    '     ���     ln.or0e-Hi*rJ
$8,290,000 ,a6,i
jrt
bNjj|l* \^!.
7otat A tttets
$47,400,000
IANKING BY .MAIL A SPECIALTY.   	
CO'IT NGW--WJKT hki.av.
._u_M     f. b. lM-&tHgr,
.ur Times a year
iy��fii.
Abided F
Wi^S
an "en
... taatlc sup-
-    .    ��� peWtStWJW   S����+fl1 . ���ell.hlo   lh.
'   '
...   Ro "���'-������"V'frriMi-'.' imi.1 tn m��.>m,|* >wtwot
'on^ent.and        ; *��� -  ���' -     -^   , . , ���. ���������,, ,hey_deserve to -"���- "���-
pflnpla *lt .��� j.a.___o____.i2__pr.e__s a
. ���> pence for hai bl    .- eai pn.
pleted  without a"hltch      rue  carrier, __ ..
i .   .   -    retrthu
had io -I. ��� li   .-liriv-     , *i
Si yi ii ','"_'  . nev madte    ,,
i   s.blp
.   i .iin- m covet ;n: ���     oute -,
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i roronto Olobf,
|          ii  ti i.    .   i
���   ��� ���   ' ; , ��� i
Libera' Development.
���   a' '���    I
iin ii �� . I .i tlmi wli"u Saskatoon
was ;1 Torj town The !r:i\e.- Ip
those .dues tt,',c' Intolerani ot Tptcerai
idea      Ni   h :  tin     ���"- ������ the dis
I :.V,. , ��� ���
UfV',1 had i.i./.-n en tt m �� houtj iin��
!,ve;^iiejv^,tiii Mr
ii     ire ���' in time Bul  *���* ith tn
i^.aV'"  i^m. B| '    }^e
111!'
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Iec "..**_* y
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utter ths
Sneli an
ObnceiV"
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u ontiuui d
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ill ���      ���"'!
���   ,'       ���,���**,
ani    the   I'HU'IU*
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of
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suits.
.aA'i-'i"^V. :'*'':1'i'- j? ',i""    ,
.,-id  ^rjft, i..A.u  ',' .;    ��;"'  ".A
a,,, now.   n Is hard     .
Tories  ty-* H'-1   t,u "   :l"<n'
^   A1-.",]'1: A  "Avt
this Is a Liberal dlstriol and i':"i- rt"
ao because ihr- r^":'*- '���"""  : "' l!"'i:
:n>��� '"i���i,y";l^,:,, 'l"v"'",""'"!
of the city ���""l :'-   ! '""* ''"' ''"' ' '"'
\\   Mated  fo"   (''iv-i'Viitu-'i-Wsi.!""--"
ipQ-to   "i  :i   **   i    > i-,; ���   ,i i 1
I'I, .. ni\
;    -    fi  li     :'-.������:.-���  ii. ' *if-.!
���rrsrjri i tot**.
auMAU vov*
ITi.*0*BQ[AI*
Aerated Waters!
Family tr_/de  I  speciatty.. ���������".'
Fei. 113. OtTico   Eight W-en
NEW   WESTMINSTfe^.   6.   C.
Fpurth   3
'   ^i-iiii I"
uiiila,  S�� hool i Oon i
���** 00   p rn   fJ'4n-'     j- i'i.inre
i | an.i pra-fbfcr
3��ssion.
ajgpu ��� iv
Sundaj School iCon.).
if   tin*
ii.   .inie'm^Jiu
ii,;,;,.,     ,    ,
lng
I |:'J^	
The    i *'''l*>ii'l'':xj^$'     ,|'-
si hool   n the   Vdolesi   n    '���''   ���
.1   m- ��ti'��ifl��.,'sm_ *     '   ..in   ,' ..
lilTrriiii-    and   illULilililiiiii: "
s oa   The  ���;
E i ientlal   In ���   ��� '.;   V.dul   Bible
\\,,       \|..:.   .\ . .,   r. i ��� ���
Fifth   Se_sion���Thursday.
Training thi   woi
������nil.  d in     n<-Me.,.,,i     ;��� iiH ixi'ir
t Uuilicn's  ���-���"���-'.   "'������{���-"      '- '        JAev.tv   j    r    ' a^^���^-^.^.
rei^nsylvania
Blacks mi tW..^
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS W PRESTON
^iitiVSJtSfil -V-Mi.v-w
HARDMAN \ CO.
A  Hardman,    A.James     J. McCiurjhan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl*
OOKSLEY'S
Picture :
v.��� -_^^_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
., ,,,;     Thi   cerUflcate    ot    cbaractei
l��#��*ff Mv*"ii'dfci'��'*i ii.    M'--' nuondam
i..,',!,'^ Yt.iV'-Vint vmIIi".' timi'lr ttMause
POSTCARDS
ARE   NOW   O.M  SAI.I',   AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORf-
J.   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    nnd
THE  FAIR," Columbia   Streel.
i';',1-*i-."'llite'f''d*it\ilt**i'**'"V :oin>oslt"  MUirhead
10:20    Mtsfus-d"n.
10:40   11l_lHiSiillin__llilTi ichere' l.i-
brtyy    m��d,   U^iU^   <r'lnlf*'-     *J,!n'''
,,"j,   ��� \-, ,,1,,'Ve IhS-flMWRHM-mMt "r
torever    remain
Itraitors,  Foster w -
,���-n,���i"i as :".da.. M tt*m*mn6 V
11
,���',
fen
I
Fl    I
H.u�� *   _8V:'"teacher
trnfnins     *���    '     '       '������    ���    ���'
tl; tfi       Tlironua i  ��"b>.'  inteftcherB-
patter WmaVv^l tin* IhfCon    -, ...i,,,,,, , :,,.,,. M-   \\.,c  p-ai
Hu^'valh;.'   ij''      '' ,!   wi,,C """ ,mn'"" Sixth Ses5^"-
thrust upon them    fta.1 till. 1'dWctlonj    Thl.,���.     ltl.,   IVi,:,  pf .,th/j  Sunday
,, tt0t viewed with equanimity "I* ��ai    ��  + w
i.!'.i.-ikni. ^ ns'">, adherents ot   thnt, ,;,,,,,!   ��� .;.
party htu been made pfel.) cleir In  [!(,    9   ,   ffiompsbri,
Hevoral mTport'anl  iiu -r'"**-'.   -'ir   now      a  .,,   Business.
ii-.ii*  U..W��'*i'J. ����* 'fl^'.'kn"'u   |i8i tiiVltlllWf-^ *    Stil
houlders this old  man    of the    sea,      ,   H, ,, -niuu ,i,(. Home Through the
*   V'    '"   '     A,;,    ��� :,     \m       '-    |    ,,       ;,., , .,*'   ^*  N.M ^.��_kes
can luit
the iiif'-n--
p-0. U,,x    J45
'Phone   105.
I' FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. -  - NEW WESTMINSTER
h-*..
B. C, Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Vancouver and new Westminster
Umber
Doors,
Wanutucturert and Dtaier* in  All Kind* ot
Lath,   Shingles.    Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish^     furned Work,    Etc
ft-sh and Fcuit Boxes.
Large Stock fjlain and Fancy Gla
FARMERS ATTENTI
Luml"'r Alway, i��� Stock for Fencing and Draining.
R��yal City Branch, Columbia St.
__^_b___ (   .    ! I mm I       . a. _!-���<
P.O.Box  iti.       Tel- 63.       Re.s. *2?
Estimate".   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprntor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   l-ences,   Crest
ings.  Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Westminster .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH^..T'n - .le.,:-^-;^^^^^^^^^^^^^
_L _* . laiujiU'Ui'. t !h" '"'' '    u ,   '
fortune in the present campaign, an  vi-e;t,,-nu.  m     n   Httggett. 1^
,,   Mace   .      ii   $'i*l4' Sehool
. ..ini'-'i. '���'"
V-Tlce  'Phone   18s.       Flarn   'I'tinii''
Columbia   Stren_
I 17
Baggage     dellvreil     pr''til n' I .
any  part of the r.lty.
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
to,    In  'Ir-   l>n    "    ���   mpaign. an   yisitatl
Bfforl   Is  k��\lnM ""���1"  "v P*��f &9 ft    <:00-
,.   ,���,,       ��� , Die attifeks oi^ Lib I    ,  Tr
, D .    4  \mkwa   fr*.ai Wmrm4\n the
Slllte
II
Mr.
Car ston
pfMhs     2.rrh-.f yi'i'ci��� ���!���        ���     lie Sunday
nmn(l   School In Pr"in"'    ��� I ������������' Cifizenshlp,
Office  attd   Works:
T(.n!h stieeA   ���    \'ew H'B.slmin.ster
hong 12.
New Westminster^
F.CR
EngHsh Wai
Two   Jl**���   from   C*��
Ladles' Gold Watcnea   from 112.75 up
Oent.--in.We   Silver    Watcn-    -ipen
'are, $6.00.
Gentlemen'm Silver   Watcnes.  doubl*
ease, $7.50 'ip.
\zent for the ..filetinned south B-jnrt
'Watchea. supplied   to    the    Welttnar
Arctic Kx"edition      Ml   wsrranffld
i  Chains. Rinit-i.  - .w^irv. etc.. ��>tc.
i  watch   -^pairing:     enarxea   reoon
Bargains
Every Day
I At Moreyys
1   40 piece Tea Sots, English China,   $4.50 to  $20.00.
10 piece  Toilet  Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
.VEW  things  in  Chlni anlvi-tg
every wenk now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
alone tlmt the-v attacks come;  som
0|     ���   ���      '"���-J      i< ��jflt}g       eritiQi^n
,, ���: ���-,-��    ��� �����-*w.wtta-i*t*��j^sa
Seventh   Session.
British Columbia and the Railway Theme���The   Woi ''     9unda*y
|    The pi-nviiue t ti n ���  btaHtrf   to'   gain J S(.ho(M i (.on.,.
nK)y,   ie,  the  coflstructlotj nnd opera       jcou.p.m.���Praise  Scrir/tu^ reading
tlon of the Natlopal Transcontinental      A prayer
railwuy  is   H'dish  ('.'''iin'Ma.'    8o  BV      ,S.;-,..^)U1  winul-nsr.* W.  13* Pearce,
it   hat  had   ii>  i-ei'i'iid   fur  ronnvction |   ..Q^pmg,,
wi'n the rest ur th^e pomtakm on the)   |;00���Character  Building    R^v. J*
Canadiiin  Pacific,  \.hich'cA^sse.';    the I {^.l{r (.Kiy>
Roclty   mountains  through   the  Kick-       pfepftj* of  Elementary  Institute,
ni*��� Horse pass.    A3    orlgln-alK    pro- [        ..Tuesday���Morning Session.
10:  a.m.���Devotional.
i.etai.   over   thirty  years ago,  it was
intended._tfe use Jor^thi.--_ pm*: <��<"  ^he	
Yellowhead pass, much farther nortTiT| head ~
and  through   this  the Grand    Trunk |    10:45���principles   of   Teaching,
*-Tca*rrying
THE
ADVKRT18B
��� IN --
DAILY       NEWS
Pacttlc conipany is ndtafcSTrying the
Xutiii^tij Jranscontl|ental ral.lv-n
The (irfgrft.t_ route'*oF tho Cawilian
Pacific becomes merged in the present
one where the latter reaches the valley of the Thompson branch ot the
Ioniser; on the other hand, the National Transcontinental, after crossing the
Rooky mountains, descends the vnl-
lev of the Fraser river itself, which
here trends northward.    On    leaving
....        V, ������..,.,-,,-       It",     ....lIll.M..
.,,.1;,    Mental Growth, Stuart Mulr-
$1
Cife*fc
**m
Afternoon Sewion.
2:00 p'.fflN���Devotional.
J:15���Mental Growth, Sturnt Muirhead.
2-Ah���Supplemental  Lessons,    Mrs.
MttcKajKnig . .
3:15���Principles of Teaching, W. L*
Pearce.
4:0o���How     to     Xdapt     Advanced
Methods    In  the  Small   Department,
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Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
BOWLING
Sutherland's team beat Kellington's
team liy 160 pins last evening. To-
nigh i  Emery  and  Bryson  play.    The
feature of Just evening w.as the pres- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
enc- of .1. W. .Morris, tlie well-known , ~     "
bowler,  who  tool,   pari In  a  Bpecial W. Calloway, restaurant keeper; Fre
match  in which  he partnered  Lawry, | Jandry, jeweller;   Isaac Kipp,  farmer;
TWO CANDIDATES
ART NOMINATED
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20. 19
Harrison Mills���Alex. Jdoffatt, accountant; Jno, Duncan, fanner; The--
Kiliiy, merchant.
Uxlnittfl���H. .1. lackland farm, i .
Ceo.   R,   Manley,     publisher;      A.   It.
Capt    Sutherland's  Tear
1.. T-urnbull
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19   122���432
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Grossman
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Kellington
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beat quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Weitminater.
NEW  ELECTION  ACT.
The Dominion government has caused a summary of '.he ne*w law relating
to elections to be published. Some of
the principal provisions are the following:
"It is made a criminal offence, pun-
| ishable by heavy fine, to take down,
mutilate or deface any  proclamation,
notice, voters' list or other document
required to be posted  under the pro-
' visions of the act.
"No  person  can  make  a  contribu-
' tion on behalf of any candidate except
through the agent of such candidate.
"The bribery provisions in the act
I are made much more severe.
"Canvassing   by   persons    residing
; outside Canada is made an indictable
offence.
"Printing offices are required to
give the address of the printer and
publisher on every class of printed
material issued in connection with an
election.
"Tho making of a false statement
with regard to the personal character of a cundldate renders the per-
_son making it liable to a fine of not
less   than  $100. t
"Contributions for political purposes by any company or association
are made an indictable offence."
tr       ADVERTISE       "W
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
* Electric Railway Service |
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City Line: Cars leave tram ~
office on the hour, tweaty min- ����
utes after and forty mlnutea af- #
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. jj��
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Sapperton Line: Cars leave S
at ten minutes after the hour, S
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 2
a. m. *y
Sunday Service   ftalf-naurly be- 3
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Interurban   Line.
ay Cars   for  Vancouver   and    wav
�� stations  will  run  every half-
��� hour  from   6:50 a. m.    Last
��� car leavea at 11 p. m.
J (Last car Iv. Vancouver 11:.'10.)
m Cars  leave the  depot    every
as, twenty mliiutes   for   both   Sap-
4 perttin nnd city limits over the
5 citj  line.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
HOUSE RENTERS!
WHICH WILL YOU CHOOSE ?
BBS
IMft'
530.00 rents new  modern 7-roonie*il  dwelling on Sixth avenue,
$25.00 rents on Fifth avenue, o rooms, modern.
$22.00 nil's on Agnes Btreet, ii rooms, modern, jusi renovaled,
$20.00 11 ni.. "i oonieii cottage on  Fourth .  reet, modern, fine lot,
$20.00 renta on Columbia Btreet, near Crescent, G room .
$18.00 rents "ii 8t, George Btreet, ii rooms, modern,
$18.00   rents   7-roomed   house mi  Third  avenue.
F. J. HART & CO. Ltd
Telephone!.   S3-109
SURU . i *o**tuazmanw
of Victoria, against Hale and Carver,
in three games, the latter winning by
15 pine majority. Morris, who Is
somewhat oui of form, expressed his
satisfiaction with the local howling- al- 	
leys,    Tomorrow night Vancouver will I King,   physician;     X.   A.   McDlarmid
r-ein! ovi : ;i team to play the locals.      clerk.
Sapperton���C. C. Cameron, farmer
Donald __ustin, farmer.
2      3   Til. Ave..    Coquitlam���-Thos,   Corbett,   farmer;
'Arnold   .        .194    125    136���4o5    151 Arthur   E,   Corbett,   farmer;     James
! Jackson 155    126    101���442    147'Fox,  farmer;    J,  Rowland,    C.  P.  1!
Price 135   lis   129���382   127 agent; E. Simpson, farmer; A. R. Mui-
Clark   ..       .134   144   i,_4���432   144 ian, merchant; D. E. Webber, farmer,
Sutherland     127   112   153���392   130      Delta���John Oliver, farmer;  Roberi
��� : McKeee,   fanner:     B.   Storm,   fisher*
2103 man.
  Annleville���Jas,   Gunderson,   flsher-
_-        u-_.ii;__.�������'o t.,��� man;   Albert  Holmes, tisherm.an.
Capt    Kellington s  Team.
Agassiz���N.  J.  Baker, farmer.
12      3   Tti. Ave.      Albion���H. Wright, fisherman.
Eastman   ....100    128    103-331    1101     Slmbury_J<  Haggan,  farmer.
Langley���Ablert  Deans, farmer.
,!aii)eS Davis Taylor, of the city ol
.New Westminster, printer and li'i'1-
llsher, was nominated by the following:
New   Wastminster.
J. A. Calbeck, builder: W. S. Jones,
machine designer; F. .1. Coulthard.
real estate agent; E. A. Greame, real
estate agent; T. Gifford, jeweller; ,1
H. Vidal, journalist; Geo. E. Martin,
barrister at law; F, J. A, Mackenzie,
druggist: Marshall Sinclair, grocer: I
H. W. Harvey, clerk; H. G. Barnet,
lumberman; Henry L, Edmonds, bar-
ister at law; W. N. Carty, clerk; J. I.
Jones, miner; J. J. Randolph, printer;
W.Norman Bole, King's counsel; John
A. Lee. merchant; C. J. Donahue, upholsterer; \V. E. Mcleod, real estate;
D. S. Curtis, druggist; S. Svindson.
moulder; ,!. A. Cunningham, merchant;  Clarence D. Peele, pressman.
Hugh McDonald, lumberman;   Rob-1
ert   Sayer,  lumber  salesman;     T.  S-1
Annandale, grocer;   J.   Vv". Creightcm,:
colliery    agent;     Alfred   R.   Daniels:;
Geo.  (.'lute,   gentleman;   W.   J.   Kerr.
broker;  E. Fader, lumberman;  Thomas R. Pearson, real estate;  R. D. Irvine,   caretaker  dykes;  C.   G.   .Major,
real estate;  Thos. Ovens, blacksmith.
Haney���W. H. Ansell, farmer.
Burqultlam���B.   M.  Whiltshire,  far-1
mer
Langley Prairie���G. J. Blair, farmer.
Dewdney���S.  Smith,  farmer.
Elgin���W.  McBride,  farmer.
I
Burnaby���E. W. Bancroft, insurance j
agent.
Mission     City���W,  J.   .Manson.   ac-j
countant.
Burnaby Lake���Charles F, Synott,
fruit grower.
Kensington Prairie���C. Burton Mackenzie, farmer.
Central Park���John Bumble, stone
cutter.
Cloverdale���T. S. Wrightman, engineer.
Port Haney���J. W. Carleton, farmer.
Langley���D. Harris, cannery employee.
Steveston���J. J. Wilson, cannery
foreman.
Langley Prairie���Roberi A, Braden,
jr., siiinjile packer; L, A. Agassiz, farmer;  George Nlcholls, fanner.
Agassiz���R,  !..  Ashton, farmer.
Central  Park���F.E.Harmer,  rancher.
Clover Valley���Alex. N. Anderson,
fa liner.
I'in Meadows .lohn Blam y, farmer.
Hon   Hammond���J.   C.   McFarlane,
j fanner. G, E, Hanwell, frull  grower;
I.   H.  Laity, farmer,
Port Hani      J, H. Lyne, farmer,
Webster's  Corner   Jame     .-' iklrk,
j mill ownei
Sunbury    Vndrew   Brown,  lai
Ladner- J,  w.  Stony. en
Sum .   i ��� .;���    !���:, t. Wndi
Clayton   C,  W,  McCullum, r.
Rlchmon I .las T Si \ im! i farmer
Porl VI ly Chas. w, Newton laborer,
Hall's     Prairie  -William   Figj*    ���,,
Real   Estate.
The. right person would "jump at
the chance" to buy that property of
your*- if you advertised it in The
Daily  News.
Wai mPMHS
mer.
Sapperton    L Williams, merchant.
Glen  Valley-  Thos. l--��,ts;.,. farmer
Will  Advertise  City,
A  request has been received bj  ihe
officers of the Westminster Publicity
association  for lantern    lld.     to    be
used by a prominent   .. , .,,,,. [n
ilhu cour8e '"' an  E" :"-' ������ ,  ,,,
he win deliver a series 0| m��� ,,,
le.-ni.VK In connection  ui,,,     , .    ,
catlonal work ol ���       ; ,h
in this province     In arid
hibitlng views  of   Vl.  .   . |(|
dtotrlct,   booklei Qt ffl
an advi r  sing i   i ^
trihuted   gratis   . .             . ,'.     t
Many Worthy Lines
at Prices Les
Than Usual
Many an opportunity comes to us in buying our large stock to m
up special snaps at exceptionally low prices.    We mention here lines wl
we consider are worthy of your quick attention and inspection.
An Underpriced Line of
Ladies9  Tweed Coats
$8.75
The most exceptionaj val.u- |n .mi- Coat Department section,   it Ih not often you hav.
nity to choose a coat of these qualities at  as low price.
They are made of dark invisible plaids and stripes;  three-quarter lengths.   A :.-�� of tl      -
trimmed with velvet collars; others are made wilh bias straps of same  materia]   a-   coal   and
with buttons.    Sizes range, contaim. extra 'urge sizes in Misses' Coats as  Wel] as al
Specially priced  this  week.    Bach $8.75.
3 New Lines of Ladies
Black Taffeta Waists
$4.75,  $5.75  and   $6.7S
At $4.75
Made of soft black taffeta, long sleeves, button front, vsitti
rows of tuck-* on back, front and collar.
At $5.75
Made of chiffon taffeta, long sleeves, high pointed collar,
and trimmed  with plaits and buttons.
At $6.75
Made of fine soft chiffon taffeta; Gibson plaits; braid trimmed front and collar; with fancy design and buttons down
front. In these three new lines we show all sizes, from 32 to
42 inches.
Another Special
Line of
Black Sateen
Underskirts
LOO ��"h
Four dozen more of our u-
cial Underskirts just In, made
quality   sateen, full size,   witl
wide   frill.     While   ihey   la-:
$1.00 each
Superior Gauntlet Gloves
for Ladies. 52.25 pe^j^
An extra good grade of Tan Cape Kid. Mocha and Btckskin
Gloves, with a variety of widths, in plain and fringed cuff.
Sizes 5% to 714.   Per pair. $2.25.
Special Snap in
Ladies' Hose,
3 pair for
$1.00
Thlrtj   doten In the Ioi  hii.I    .���
pair Is n-v.  and perfect In ��� ������
8(K*Ct.
Black Embroidered, Cashraen P
Tan   and   Black     Cashmere,    i;     .
Cashmere, sizes 8*^ to 10 Inch -
specially   marked   as  one   ol    ���
lines.    Throe pair for $1.00.
Coating Cloths of
Every Description
Many moth, rs make up their
children's coats. We offer a
greal choice of materials.
Heavy (.'ream Serges, In cheviot and blanket weights. Per
yard, 75c to $1.50.
Cream Bedford Cord, all wool
Per yard, 90c.
Colored Kiel;..- Chub... in
plain, reseda, green, mixed, na*
��� "��� and heather mixture. Per
yard,  $1.25.
Heavy Homespun
Coatings
Canadian All Wool materials,
50   im hef   ��|de,   !n   navy,
light  and dark   reda,    Per  vani.
$1.50.
Cream Bearskin . with long
plain and cur] weaves, Per
yard  $2.25 t0 $4.50.
Cardinal    plush,   a    material
Which   nee ]s  ���,,  special  deserip
Hon,    Pi i- yard, $1.35.
An Attractive
Range of Kimona,
Blouse and
Wrapper Cloths
" ls ,|s":ll>' hard to BClecl H
'"' "f patternB for a large stock.
The remarks of customers ibis
*"���'���-"" lead us to believe thai
We    have   now    a    select!,,,,    (hal
I ''*���' "'">" attractlvi  Hum usu
II '""' thei are lower prl.  as
������
u'' how many mn design
'" l'i'i'|;. Strlpei ami Checks
x :     ��� sei   thi  e new  cloth
���2'_c   to   35c. pc-  yard,
Heavy Moleton
Flannelette
l<iv;,li"-    ������ ideiilnun      i���
warmth,    owing    ,u   iIs   ,,,,,,,
Velvet Cords In shades of n��|   j     heavyweight; especially adapt.
able   for   l.liii.in.is   and   ������owns.
Colors are   Bky,  cardinal    ami
grey.     Per yard,   35c.
vy, cardinal, grey, brown, green,
fawn, purple, cream and black,
Per   yard,  50c   to   65c.
Knitted Wool
Scarves,
50c to $1.5C
Already   these   neat   Scarves
are assured of Immen
larltj      Made, of   Iin.   li
Zeph", i   wools,    ��iiii,   ��� ... i.
with  appropriate  coloro
ib. rein.    Lengths  . n
in  7:'  Inch.  .  widths  run I
in to i'n Inches     Thi
ju Ici ���! exceptlnal ?  low
Many
Novelties in
Gilt Effects
Collars.   Bell       Bel
Bel Ties, Kan.-.   Pin
Gill   Applique Trlmniln
Braids, etc., Jusl  In,
ASK      I'll     SEE    TIIK   N|V'
LACE  COLLARS  In   the  X"'
wear Department,
w.
Collister & Co
ft
���awfciaaa**'^^ fhite, Shiles & Co.
flRE INSURANCE
L^��ggggrERsB.c
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
;' i'' t*i *1
TUESDAY MORNING   OCTOBER 20, 1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
COUNCIL DISCUSSES     �����M nu SUNDAY     ASSIZES COMMENCE
MANY MINOR MUTTERS       �������,
FOR COUNTY TODAY
South Westminster Ferry
banding --- Chinese Want
Burial Ground for Their
Exclusive Use.
Great Gathering of Western  B. C. As
sociations  Will   Begin  Today���
Details af Daily  Sessions.
Thi '"will be a ver-. large gathering oi people interested in Sunday
school work throughoul. Western Brit
Long Cause List of Civil and
Criminal Business���Hazle-
mere Murder Trial.
The  toll assizes  for the county  of
The citj council held a quiet session!ish  Col,Jmbia �� the  Sunday   school I westmineter open today, before thi-:
'convention  which    opens  at   SL   An- Ju8tice   Hunter, or   Mr. Justice   Cle-
drew's  church  this  evening,     lasting ,,,._,
���.   , , , j ment, the trial judge not    yet    being
three days.    About 250 delegates and
visitors  are  expected, as  the  pastors known ,0  tlle offic'a!s of th"    6ourt
and   superintendents of each   school There is a long civil and criminal list,
|are  invited,  with  one  delegate  from! the principal case being   the    Hazle-
each school for every fifty members.    mere murder trial.    The following is
Tunlght Mayor Keary will welcom
LOSING WEIGHT
last evening, all being present except.
Aid. Jardine. The strip of land on]
the-south side of the river Becured
years ago to ���-!>-' te the city to operat ���
a ferry was under discussion and he
majority thought it would be bettei
If the Surrey municipal  council  took
it ov^| B	
the visitors on hehalf of the city, and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jth- president of the .Ministerial asso-
Artelng om of a report of ibe board .,,    , ,      ,,
1 'ciation will also speak.   President O.
i .   .-.bson will reply.
The general theme of the convention will be the "Twentieth Century
S inday School Organized for Effective Work." The m^st important
speaker is W. C. Pearce, International
. ��� cretary of the adult department. Mr.
Pe ::���'���'   is  a  practical    and    forceful
^^_^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^_ speaker, and has had a very wide ex-
the G.  X.  R���  bul thought perhaps it   .,._...,_,���.._, of th,g worU    ���e,ow ,s a lis.
would    - better   to be without    the|of .,,   <nhjt,cU ,Q be bussed:
land.    It was stated in ihe discussion- Fjr��t session���Tuesday,
that the Land was secured  to enable:    Theme���"The Relation of    the   In-
the city to operate a ferry in connee-1 djvidual School t0 other schools."
tlon  with   the old   Southern  railway, j    g pm._Praise. scripture and prayer.
The  mayor understood    the    Surrey     8:15���Address of Welcome-
council were willing to take the land      0q ,behalf Qf ^ city_His worship
over,  and  he hoped the  government  th(, Mavor
would  build  a wharf at   Brownsville..    0n ,.;haH 0, the    churches-President of the .Ministerial association.
On behalf of the Sunday schools���
.Mr. J. C. Keith.
South Westminster.
legal obligation the council should not
repair or maintain the South Westminster ferry landing, Aid. Shiles said
it would be better to abandon the
city's strip on the south side of the
river, as It was more costly than the
return-. The mayor said there wa*i a
small return in taxes, especially from
CANDIDATES
DESPICABLE TORY
ARE NOMINATED       TACTICS EXPOSED
CLEARING CONTRACT 1$
LET AT PRINCE RUPERT
kt a Single   Fisherman's Minister of   Railways   Defame Appears on Taylor's    nounces Hiring of Montana
Journalist to Manufacture
Land Originally Set Apart for Park in
New City Must Be Cleared Within
Two   Months.
Papers���Jardine Has Several.
Roorbachs.
f lour ol  noon  until   two      Barde.    Oct.    19.���Hon.    Geo.
Prince  Rupert,  Oct.  ly.���A   further
clearing contraci  of the townsite    of
: Print---     Rupert     amounting    to     125
P-   acres has just been 1*: to J. D. Camp-
���-       ���...  was the period fixed 0raham*   minisler   of   ra-l**-*>*.     and : bell, of Vancouver,  and  the  work of
.rmstrong,  the  returning
canals, speaking to an audience that
thronged the opera house here tonight
made a complete exposure of some of
*���  -
'. Inr depositing  with  him  nom
��s "i candidates for election on  the  methods of Conservative slander,
���fall Inst., in represent  the elec-i He told how he knew, from personal
ttlstrlei rn  New  Westminster in   knowledge,
I Dominion  Hou_�� of Commons.    A   '"''-
minutes aftci  noon, A. Whealler,
���hidden, A. Hardman   and  W. S
pjattended at Sheiift' Armstrong's
paad ih,  latter having duo read
.!  und. r the Great Seal
erecting  bunkboutses  and  camps
for
that
acquainted
a clever    journalist,
with     the   .Montana
the  men  employed   on  the new  contract was begun this morning.
I     The. land   to  be  cb-ared  is  situated
' in the eastern portion of the townsite,
I on Seal harbor,  back of    ibe British
Columbia Tie  and  Timber company's
sawmill, on ground that has been alto   the   British   Columbia gov-
..      ,      .     . .    . ,,      ernment as part of their quarter in-
uths,  In  the hope of stampeding; "
.,.    , , ..       a.     n terest.   It is of a rough and hilly na-
public into  supporting   the  Con-: ,      ...    .
_ ,      ,,   iture, covered with fairly heavy tim-
���..,,... s* rvative  party.      One  campaign lie,.        ' **
������mil-: lum io act aa returning of-1 , ., u     ��   ������   ' ber, and was set aside as a park re-
" " "*�� u   j uppar. ntly proceeding from that facile
pen.  had   been  nailed.    Now   another
appeared in the shape of a despatch,
purporting  to come from    Matheson.
Ontario, and statini, that left miles of
style of campaigning, had been hired
by  tahe  Conservative party   to  weave I  ~   "
a  few  truths together with a mass of i
un:
the
Jr- md   tated his readiness to re*
^nominations, die nomination pa-
Ko!" ;:   .1,inline,   the   Liberal
Edi'iai... wi ,   handed  In    and the
ai deposit made.
signatories    io   Mr.   Jardlne's
fnlnation were aa follows:
New Westminster.
Phillips,    merchant;    W.  s.
"Ilsl"r.  reliant;   .).  Relchen mch,
(cher; I
Blr.
���avid
drugg
: Lu. ;
' ���
���.dams, grocery T. A
T. .1. Trapp, nier-
tioulet, c, P. it. agent;
 state; ,i. .vi. Mac
' man.   .1.  C.   Arm*
':'-' man; Charles S.Rich-
' ���   ���:*��� irge Adams, mer*
���
'
'I   ���,
i
0
'
t*"--- lulu, ,
;|'   ���    ti   .
'lallns.  brultei .
-.1-   li   Deans
. ilrugglst;
-. llli i .    .1.    .1.
Thos,
11."i I Walker
A.    1-
ll]-i)-
Ewen
John-
Hem-
bar-
t
.... Hshei man;   \V.
i .'-l :     il.   Ryall,
Kennedy, termer;
- ��� nl l.-iiuni.    K.hvar.l
Vic.  n.  Bray,  auc-
Cornlsh, photograph-
logger;   ol. Sine,
serve by the landscape engineers
Brett Ac Hall; but since President
Charles .M. Hays' recent visit, when
he walked over the townsite, it is reporl ed some alterations In the plans
have been made, and the land will
now lie cleared to tidewater at the
! extreme east end.
That it is a hurry-up job is evidenced by the fact that the contract
tnusi be completed within two
months, so as not to hinder the completion of the work of surveying tin
townsite, nml the placing of lots on
the market, Mr. Campbell, the cou-
tractor, was a member of the tirm ��.!
bell, 11 win & Johnson, who
ted their contract of
Cat in i   	
jll.ivejll        lelllllle      ^^^^^^^^^^
clearing 525 acres in the western peart
li,. townsite,  but the partnershlp
��� en    dissolved,  and    .11
handle the   in w   coa
oi ^^
has now
Campbell   wil
uaei  -ii' ne.
Financier   Coming   Here.
'in.in.
Itti  ������
II    |.
Kim
ll.
A.
agent;   Ed,   li.
shoes; A. ll. Per.
S, Brown, butch-
iiiiiiierynian;     It.
nton, carpel.ier;
__H man;   ll
"���**���-"��� '���     astati
. "^".booi   .,,���,
,,s,,n. engln,        ,,
��'   Grimmer,
l'All'n'1 ",:i   ictor; James Trodden
r '���a,l num
HON.   GEO.   P.   GRAHAM
Minister   of   Railways,
Who   exposed   contemptible
methods ot
roorbachs.
West-
be W
manufacturing
Tory
lection
hi
flSOti
If. \v
Pi
Mine
���
v. Har ininn.
mrness maker
Chilliwack.
farmer;   I
merchant;
Kiel
. in
the National Transcontinental was to
be abandoned, That there was not
on,. Iota of truth in thai statement the
minister of railways declared emphatically, Then he showed how one
Borden candidate was the man ������h"
valued the land    for the isovernmenl |
I., c.  Barwell, hotel i and bow another was a
McKenzie.  farmer:  s : ,-",'h,,('   ''"'illK" e��m*1flny'
i by the lender of the Opi
p-afterB, whll ��� anothe
to  condemn  the   Robbln's   Irrl
. '-. me nl  Medicine Hat,
The Bniherlfl   wa* ��� - :
Among the visitors to New
minster i�� the near future wil
u Lawson, editor of the Financial
Times, London, Kngland. and his son,
who are making a tour of the West.
Mr. Lawson 1ms heard much favor-
uhle commenl regarding B. C. on tne
English money markets -and is inking
tbe nisi available opportunity to visit
I,,, city whose bonds command such
an excellent prlci
i capitalists.
among   English
.ini.
mm ;
'':   >l.  II.
'���!- hi'n .;,
fanner;
li. ('. McGilli-
N'-iiins. mer-
merchant;  J,
Pa;
.,.,,,,.,.,,   of greal enlhuslasm by the speech of
{U,^a M,'m"o,,n :;:,,.'on;.e....- .�����<* .���*..��������.���. ��d *��� ��*���
ondemnedI Hani address of U BI. McCarthy, the
as late Liberal  member for North Sim-
I  rl���.,   iinn. G, !'. Graham said he was
' glad to say thai the nighl of October
26th would i ee more Llbi raU return-
Itch  ..; from Ontario ihun before,
sltion
openly refuse
The report was adopted.
Lease of Water Lots.
W. R. Gilley appeared before the
council to a--k permission to build on
part of the waier lot on Mclnnes
street, opposite his present wharf, explaining that it would not interfere
with the city slip, projecting only 25
feet Over the water lot number three,
belonging to the city. He explained
the situation, and it was decided to
meet the members of the tirm on the
site on Friday morning. He also
show-U a series of photographs of cement sidewalks laid by the Vancouver Portland Cement conipany at Victoria, mentioning that the company
would like representatives to go to
the Capital City to see their work. No
action on th*- latter suggestion was
taken.
The finance committee reported
that the application of the Schaake |
Machine Works, Ltd., be granted, for
the cancellation of their lease of water lots Nos. 51, 52 and 53 on Jan. 1,
and that a new lease of said lots be
granted from said date, for the term
of tweuty-tlve years, with the privilege of renewal for another term of
twenty-five years. The rental of said
lots to I*? .at the rate of $15f pei iot
l-ar annum sor the first five years, and
to be re-arranged every five years
thereafter daring the term of the
lease, by the council for the time be
ing. The report was adopted.
Chinese  Burials.
J, J'. Hamilton Bolo wrote saying
he liad i.een instructed by the Chines,'
Bene volant association to write a let-1
ier regarding the question of securing
a cemetery near the old one on Eighth
utreet The association warned a cem-|
etexy fox the exclusive use. of the Chinese for interments, and would in
willing to purchase same at a reasonable   ligllle.
A letter from ri. .1 Pearce, sanltarj
Inspector, stated thai the Eighth
stnvi cemeterj was full, and he sug-
geste ! that the aew cemi tery now being cleaned, should be divided Iniu
blocks, and a number of them set
aside exclusively for the Chinese, as
ihe..  exhumed iheir dead In years    to
c e in order to ship back to China,!
and I' was the onlj waj to keep the
cemetery wholesome. The letters
were referred to the finance committee i i.i report,
Fire Matters.
chief Watson recommeded the appointment of E. O'Brien as fireman io
All C. Brawn's place, the batter having
resigned. Contractor Kelly was making fair progress with the new lire
hall, and Sapperton hall was nearly
completed. The apparatus and fixtures had all been ordered. He iilso
reported through Aid. Johnston that
���in old hose reel and 40.. feet of hose
had heen turned over to the board of
works for flushing the drain's. The reports were adopted.
Public   H'.alth.
The tr"dii-ii] otfi.-er of health (Dr
Jones) reported Hire., cases of typhoid
fever  last month.    A number i f ex
Response   by   president���Mr. G.   F.
Gibson.
8:45���Sunday School Work  in  Our
Own Province, Sturart Muirhead. general  secretary.
Offering and announcements.
Appointment of nominating committee.
9:30-���The  World's  Greatest  Syndr
cate, Mr. \V. C. Pearce.
Second  Session���WvcSiesday.
Theme���Officers and Their Work.
9:00 a.m.���Devotional hour, conducted hy Rev. S. J .Thompson.
9:30���Roll   call  of    districts;     five
minute written reports by presidents.
Victoria���Mr. John McKenzie.
v'aucouver���Mr. A. Huggett.
Westminster���Mr. J. A.  Kerr.
Cumberland���Mr. Alex. .McKinnoa.
Chilliwack���Mr. .1. It. Orr.
10:00���Relation  of   the    Pastor   to
the   Sunday   School,   Rev.   P.   C.  Parker.
10:15���The Importance of Correct
Records and How to Keep Them, Mr.
Bobbins.
10; :;0���The Treasurer's Place in
Promoting Systematic Giving.
10:4"���How the Librarian Can Cultivate a Taste for Good Literature,
Stuart  Muirhead.
11:00���A Qiiiza ol the Four Speakers.
11:30- Round   Ta, le���The   Superintendent. Mr. \V. C, Pearce.
Third Session.
Theme���The Departments   of    the
Sunday  School.
2:00   p.m.���-Devotional   half   hour���
K"v.  S.  .1    Thompson.
2:30���Business���
Reporl  of  Provincial  boa i.l.
Reporl   of Treasurer.
Other business.
:>:00-  The Primary���
i. lis Organization���Mrs.  MacKay.
2. Its Equipment���Mrs. Short,
-. ;so   '." ii  .' inlor
Hound 'i.i - ��� conducted bj Stuart
'��� nirhead.
iCoi tinued on Page 8evenj
DRAW FOR IROQUOIS
CUP MADE YESTERDAY
thi   H.-i of the criminal cases;
Rex. vs. Jenkins, the negro charged
with the murder of Mrs, Mary Morn-
son at Hazlemere on .nine ;i i;i-t.
Deputy Attorney-General McLean prosecutes for the crown.
Pola Singh, charge of theft ol
money from his fellow countrymen.
Fox and Weston, convicts at the B-
C. penitentiary, charged with attempt
to escape end assault on warden a'
Wright island, on May 27 last.
Labourdette, a new Indictment
against the prisoner alleging attempt
to escape from the B. C. penitentiary,
the previous indictment having been
thrown out by the judge.
Re. vs. Sims, allegation by G. L.
Smith, of Aldergrove, that accused
shot four of his pigs, and disposed of
same.
Civil  List.
The civil  list    includes    Dominion
Wood Pipe Co.    vs.   Daniels et alia.
.\ctlon for payment    for goods supplied.
Falk vs. Swenson. Retrial of case
sent back from full court.
Parrot vs. Cheales. Action for ejectment from land occupied by defendant.
Brunette Saw Mills Co.. vs. V. W. &
Y. and G. N. railway's, for damages for
alleged responsibility for setting offices of mill company on fire on June
2, 1907, by a locomotive.
Harvey vs. Harvey. Divorce proceedings, adultery alleged.
The following is the list of grand
and  petty jurors summoned:
Grand Jurors: W. J. Frederick:,
Delta; Geo. D. Brymner. Granby
Karrant. Charles H. Clow, New Westminster; Milton F. GUlanders, H. H��
Gervun, J. A. Evans, W. F. Fenps,
Chilliwack; S. G. Baumgartner,
Langley; Thomas Fallowfield, Kensington Prairie; Jas. Fox. Coquitlam;
John B. Elliott, Ladner: G. fib, Fife,
Port Kells. ��� ;,
Petit  Jurors:     Geo.    Bacon.    Wm.
Btadle. B. Santo Brown, L.-T. Browa,
G. H. Bent, W. A. Bowell; Gem Bid-
dick,  Daniel Barclay, W.  R.  Blakedj.,
David D. Burnett, Charles 8; Brenchr
ley,   Percy  B.  Brown, New  Westmin*
sier;   Edward  Clark.   Andrew   Ofclder,
Aldergrove;   Alfonso  Brown.   Sapper.
ton;   Joseph   Arnold,  John nCameron.
Geo. C. Carter. C. E. Carter, Wna.-.A.
Collinson,   George Carter;.   Alexander
Eugene   Clmdsey.   Chllllwaok t-   i. -jWt
Bigger.    Soutll     WestminBtett;     John
Campbell, Pear.lonville: F.,S. eramer,
Matsqui; Christopher Brow��_.i jr_.:Mod
Bay:   .1   D, Cameron. Tj-Jteheidij'-Jaa*
C-arter    .b'hn  Campbell."'Otter;-  R.,:A.
Coleman.   Lmliier;     Alexander  Arehi-
bnld,   Surrey;    Win. Crozler, Langley
Prairie:     Howard  Boley,.   Upper Sumas:  Thoinn-s Blair Shortreed. Short-*-
red:     Ro'iert   Cotrhlan.   L.   A.   Cogh-
lan,   Mi.  Lehman:    Thomas   Bosom-
win- h,    Jose.,ir    \.  Bee ton,     Mapli ���
Rldgi ���    !li'-';i    Atieivromtue.    Bowtm
Bush,  It.  C,  Ahbolt,    Mission:    .1   W.
.\   ern.'t.iy.   I'-on   Hume ;   ,|ohn  rii-.ni
ley.   I'.iu-nslon   IsHnd.     .esiah   B.iotlt-
vhyiY. Riirl-e.*' Centre;   Henrv   I.   Oar-
liwi.     <!.     .-.terni'thy,
Ai a meeting ol th
n in   Football league
draw  was made for ihe Iroquois i_up,
Inu rmedlate, as below:
Oct 31���Coquitlam  vs.  Mission.
Celti.-s vs. (inindview.
V.   M   C,   A. vs.  Thistles.
Columbian   college   vs.   Hibernians.
V.  A. C. vs. Shamrocks.
Westham Island vs. B. C. E. R.
M;i pie  Ridge, a bye.
J, Cullam. who has signed papers!
for Mission. Coquitlam and the Rovers, was suspended for the season.
.Mount Lehman falls to be able to carry through its fixture with the Coquitlam club on Saturday in the B. C. cup
Jerles nnd the game will go by de-
1'iml
^^^^^^^H t^r.    Luntrley *[���
Vancouver Dis- j Pori   Moody.
ist evening, the t  :
i'ENGLISH    CAPITALISTS   MAY
���:
BUY THE DEL MONTE HOTEL
i      Si. li
h
ions
Francisco,   Oct.   19.
are  proceeding,   it   Hi
,i
nn
(Continue'! on  Piipe 6*1
V. the Rovers are not  engag-
Saturday, a friendly game will
laved, when n trial will be given
ni,.,  of the new men.
Negotia-
        said,   for
Jhe sale of the. Hotel Delmohte to a'
syndicate oi Bngttsh capl'tiiilsts for a
consideration  lieTw.-en $2,'W0,(J90    and
p.oop.'bto.
The deal as eoiiieniplaied. embraces
me lieiuii sque tourist resort' and
sin-re millings, with two' large rn.iches.
flfinipr|slng 14,000 acres of 'ground.-*
Back from Paris.
London,    o,.;-.    m.   Th ���
Canadian
Alympic   liicrosse, i tef^ni .return'-,;  .to-
feny. frc-.i  I'l.ri.s. wlieri, ',..... -...:��� a ���������;*l'.c
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