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Robert Ro- gers returned from the east tonight and received a large number of visitors. SCHOOLS WILL CLOSE Nelson Board Has Funds for Only One Week's Operation— Unable to Ob- tain Teel Supply ■ est — NELSON, Oct 5.— Nelson'g schools must close In a week's time owing to lack of fuel. ITALIAN FUG JIR Fortifications are Demolished by Heavy Gun Fire and Landing Parties Secure Pos- session of Place MORE SUITS FILED Two Olalins Against Western gteel Cor- poration Use se n retitlon to BOMBARDMENT AT OTHER POINTS Greater Part of Turkish Fleet Reaches Capital — German and British Proposals for Settlement filled, as the lip Vred" From - " l»rloee M Alice on Her Way. 717-719 Yates Street LADIES OUTFITTING Just above Douglas Street — storm a weak ago. More than a hundred men have been aearebing for the young men for several days. For as long as the cup remains In the hands of the trustees as at present, the east is not likely to get much. Charlie Welsh and Jimmie Murphy put their heads together and mart up the Xa- fclonal lacrosse r«mmls»! ' "If Frank Nel SOttt BPOTting editor of the Globe had been a spectator at Saturday 'e k" 11 " - •' pressed that some further contests might be arranged for. The scries will con- tlnin- u it i II one club has won four games.

passed peacefully away at his residence, 13C M-nsies street, at p. In the death of Colonel Wolfenden Victoria loses one more of her respected and revered pioneer citizens. Me was educated la ^onceihlre and in Westmoreland and •.continued on Page «- Of IB* »te Y"rv» t» Club st a J% »e «h»: r vrfr mg TA DAILY COIs ONl ST Friday, nw » Cameo Jewelerg Also Coral Jewellery mounted in gold with the Cameo cutting. Price each from S950 to

passed peacefully away at his residence, 13C M-nsies street, at p. In the death of Colonel Wolfenden Victoria loses one more of her respected and revered pioneer citizens. Me was educated la ^onceihlre and in Westmoreland and •.continued on Page «- Of IB* »te Y"rv» t» Club st a J% »e «h»: r vrfr mg TA DAILY COIs ONl ST Friday, nw » Cameo Jewelerg Also Coral Jewellery mounted in gold with the Cameo cutting. Price each from S950 to $1,300 Two Impress Avenue lots, near Co, ,k Street. It brings back to its owners the truth of its own advertis- ing story; that for quality, age and uniformity it heads the list of popular Whiskies. 6 -When Cnlted States Senator Isaac Stephen- son Bound that his expenses for nomin- ation at the primaries In 1808 were run- ning so high that the Item for *JJ ami cigare alone amounted to 1*0.000, and the aggregate was fast approach- ing s final amount of »107.793. The charges as Investigated by the Wisconsin legislature, and presented to the United States senate were read over In detail to Edmonds. The province's case for the surrender of these lands 1. Borden to suggsst that ha would lot his political friendship ran away with hla judgment Therafora I Have said to those, who have asked mo 11 we will not est those lands now, that tha most . WM»' Hoffman introduces Im- personations of Eddie Fey, Ethel Earryinr re. For Friday and Saturday of this week somevery remarkable bargains will be offered. They are goin« to give an exhibition here on Monday afternoon, just to «how the Islanders what real high class lacrosse looks like. They have done exceed- ingly well during the past year and their complaint that the sporting public has not shown fitting appreciation of their efforts may not he altogether unfound- ed.

*%* .'«frmi« Jf Wfc 'TYAsts V' I r V'«of Aer Formats Victoria and Vicinity: Winds moatly eag- erly and ■outhcrly, chlofly cloudy with rain tonight or Saturday., not much chance In temperature. Parliament is expected meet .early In November and finish business before Christmas.

.••• It ,8 s " It (Ki TA»UWKP IMP •m — - V i r VOL CHI., NO. C„ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 191 1 TWENTY-FOUR PAGES Retiring Ministers Finish Busi- ness and are Ready to Make Way for New Men— Mr. The bye-elections will he held as Boon a.j possible. White, general manager of the National Trust of Toronto, will be finance minister, in the Borden cabinet, being taken into the Conservative «overnment as representa- tive of the dissatisfied liberals who vctcd against the reciprocity agreement.

Scott left here today for Klamath Kails, Ore., to get Dr. Grant Lyman, who was re-ar- rested in Lahevlew after his sensational escape from an Oakland, Cal„ hospital. and current bills, totalling approximately J80O, practically wipe out the bal- ance, and in addition there is a bill from O'Shoa & Karris, re the man- damus suit, totalling 1262.98, which leaves the bank balance on the wrong side Two requisitions from the schools, one for l« and the other fop 525, cannot be goods required must outside aire city The board, after hearing the secre- tary, Dr. SUMMARY i— Resignations Tendered Today, ttslian and Personal. Offers of assistance from the Pennsyl- vania and the North western railroad, were said to have heen made to the Il- linois Central. Pratt of the southern division of the system said condltlon H wore satisfactory and that more men were working today than on any day since the strike was begun. Friday and Saturday are the concluding days of our Dissolution of Partnership Sale. He play- ed with Victoria some years back and has man}' friends here. New York won the toss and accord- ingly it was determined that the fta'st game should he played here. The following are specially requested to be present: E.

D,, Came to Brit- ish Columbia with the Royal Engineers in 1858 Surrounded by nearly all the members of his family. There was a severe fr«last night and it la fear- _,-, «^— , T . Tri- umphal proceesione were formed and the prl-oners were led through the town with bands of music, while the people oh the sidswalks cheered them luetuy. Cook, who- epeta 11*20*; former State Senator William HHatton. of the |107.7s8, as innde In the final report to the state. employees strike apparently settle-l ,l„*n to an endurance cutest today. who arrived here from Chicago today, declared the strike was called against the best Judgment Of the five international presidents, as they knew It meant disaster to union- Ism. Justice Clement u ,- on the habeas corpus proceedings in thi Oase of the child. Oliver W&O w ..,„ ust June the central figure In „f the most dramatic actions hei*fl W Vancouver. Our showrooms are now replete with the most up- to-date collection of Fall Suits, Coats, Gowns and Mil- linery, and we extend a cordial invitation to view the present season's fashion fancies, at prices much lower than could be asked in the ordinary way. C "HUr WMT A prominent member of Van- couver's lacrosse team. — The toss of a coin In the presence of the National Basehall commission today started the making of final arrangements for the I post series games of the world's cham- pionship between New York, winner of the National championship and Phila- delphia, present -wo Vld's champions and holder of the, American League Pen- nant. agement committee will bo hti Hd on Friday evening at the ifflcp of S. Okell & Co., corner of Douglas and Johnson streets.

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passed peacefully away at his residence, 13C M-nsies street, at p. In the death of Colonel Wolfenden Victoria loses one more of her respected and revered pioneer citizens. Me was educated la ^onceihlre and in Westmoreland and •.continued on Page «- Of IB* »te Y"rv» t» Club st a J% »e «h»: r vrfr mg TA DAILY COIs ONl ST Friday, nw » Cameo Jewelerg Also Coral Jewellery mounted in gold with the Cameo cutting. Price each from S950 to $1,300 Two Impress Avenue lots, near Co, ,k Street. It brings back to its owners the truth of its own advertis- ing story; that for quality, age and uniformity it heads the list of popular Whiskies. 6 -When Cnlted States Senator Isaac Stephen- son Bound that his expenses for nomin- ation at the primaries In 1808 were run- ning so high that the Item for *JJ ami cigare alone amounted to 1*0.000, and the aggregate was fast approach- ing s final amount of »107.793. The charges as Investigated by the Wisconsin legislature, and presented to the United States senate were read over In detail to Edmonds. The province's case for the surrender of these lands 1. Borden to suggsst that ha would lot his political friendship ran away with hla judgment Therafora I Have said to those, who have asked mo 11 we will not est those lands now, that tha most . WM»' Hoffman introduces Im- personations of Eddie Fey, Ethel Earryinr re. For Friday and Saturday of this week somevery remarkable bargains will be offered. They are goin« to give an exhibition here on Monday afternoon, just to «how the Islanders what real high class lacrosse looks like. They have done exceed- ingly well during the past year and their complaint that the sporting public has not shown fitting appreciation of their efforts may not he altogether unfound- ed. *%* .'«frmi« Jf Wfc 'TYAsts V' I r V'«of Aer Formats Victoria and Vicinity: Winds moatly eag- erly and ■outhcrly, chlofly cloudy with rain tonight or Saturday., not much chance In temperature. Parliament is expected meet .early In November and finish business before Christmas. .••• It ,8 s " It (Ki TA»UWKP IMP •m — - V i r VOL CHI., NO. C„ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 191 1 TWENTY-FOUR PAGES Retiring Ministers Finish Busi- ness and are Ready to Make Way for New Men— Mr. The bye-elections will he held as Boon a.j possible. White, general manager of the National Trust of Toronto, will be finance minister, in the Borden cabinet, being taken into the Conservative «overnment as representa- tive of the dissatisfied liberals who vctcd against the reciprocity agreement. Scott left here today for Klamath Kails, Ore., to get Dr. Grant Lyman, who was re-ar- rested in Lahevlew after his sensational escape from an Oakland, Cal„ hospital. and current bills, totalling approximately J80O, practically wipe out the bal- ance, and in addition there is a bill from O'Shoa & Karris, re the man- damus suit, totalling 1262.98, which leaves the bank balance on the wrong side Two requisitions from the schools, one for l« and the other fop 525, cannot be goods required must outside aire city The board, after hearing the secre- tary, Dr. SUMMARY i— Resignations Tendered Today, ttslian and Personal. Offers of assistance from the Pennsyl- vania and the North western railroad, were said to have heen made to the Il- linois Central. Pratt of the southern division of the system said condltlon H wore satisfactory and that more men were working today than on any day since the strike was begun. Friday and Saturday are the concluding days of our Dissolution of Partnership Sale. He play- ed with Victoria some years back and has man}' friends here. New York won the toss and accord- ingly it was determined that the fta'st game should he played here. The following are specially requested to be present: E. D,, Came to Brit- ish Columbia with the Royal Engineers in 1858 Surrounded by nearly all the members of his family. There was a severe fr«last night and it la fear- _,-, «^— , T . Tri- umphal proceesione were formed and the prl-oners were led through the town with bands of music, while the people oh the sidswalks cheered them luetuy. Cook, who- epeta 11*20*; former State Senator William HHatton. of the |107.7s8, as innde In the final report to the state. employees strike apparently settle-l ,l„*n to an endurance cutest today. who arrived here from Chicago today, declared the strike was called against the best Judgment Of the five international presidents, as they knew It meant disaster to union- Ism. Justice Clement u ,- on the habeas corpus proceedings in thi Oase of the child. Oliver W&O w ..,„ ust June the central figure In „f the most dramatic actions hei*fl W Vancouver. Our showrooms are now replete with the most up- to-date collection of Fall Suits, Coats, Gowns and Mil- linery, and we extend a cordial invitation to view the present season's fashion fancies, at prices much lower than could be asked in the ordinary way. C "HUr WMT A prominent member of Van- couver's lacrosse team. — The toss of a coin In the presence of the National Basehall commission today started the making of final arrangements for the I post series games of the world's cham- pionship between New York, winner of the National championship and Phila- delphia, present -wo Vld's champions and holder of the, American League Pen- nant. agement committee will bo hti Hd on Friday evening at the ifflcp of S. Okell & Co., corner of Douglas and Johnson streets.

,300 Two Impress Avenue lots, near Co, ,k Street. It brings back to its owners the truth of its own advertis- ing story; that for quality, age and uniformity it heads the list of popular Whiskies. 6 -When Cnlted States Senator Isaac Stephen- son Bound that his expenses for nomin- ation at the primaries In 1808 were run- ning so high that the Item for *JJ ami cigare alone amounted to 1*0.000, and the aggregate was fast approach- ing s final amount of »107.793. The charges as Investigated by the Wisconsin legislature, and presented to the United States senate were read over In detail to Edmonds. The province's case for the surrender of these lands 1. Borden to suggsst that ha would lot his political friendship ran away with hla judgment Therafora I Have said to those, who have asked mo 11 we will not est those lands now, that tha most . WM»' Hoffman introduces Im- personations of Eddie Fey, Ethel Earryinr re. For Friday and Saturday of this week somevery remarkable bargains will be offered. They are goin« to give an exhibition here on Monday afternoon, just to «how the Islanders what real high class lacrosse looks like. They have done exceed- ingly well during the past year and their complaint that the sporting public has not shown fitting appreciation of their efforts may not he altogether unfound- ed. *%* .'«frmi« Jf Wfc 'TYAsts V' I r V'«of Aer Formats Victoria and Vicinity: Winds moatly eag- erly and ■outhcrly, chlofly cloudy with rain tonight or Saturday., not much chance In temperature. Parliament is expected meet .early In November and finish business before Christmas. .••• It ,8 s " It (Ki TA»UWKP IMP •m — - V i r VOL CHI., NO. C„ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 191 1 TWENTY-FOUR PAGES Retiring Ministers Finish Busi- ness and are Ready to Make Way for New Men— Mr. The bye-elections will he held as Boon a.j possible. White, general manager of the National Trust of Toronto, will be finance minister, in the Borden cabinet, being taken into the Conservative «overnment as representa- tive of the dissatisfied liberals who vctcd against the reciprocity agreement. Scott left here today for Klamath Kails, Ore., to get Dr. Grant Lyman, who was re-ar- rested in Lahevlew after his sensational escape from an Oakland, Cal„ hospital. and current bills, totalling approximately J80O, practically wipe out the bal- ance, and in addition there is a bill from O'Shoa & Karris, re the man- damus suit, totalling 1262.98, which leaves the bank balance on the wrong side Two requisitions from the schools, one for l« and the other fop 525, cannot be goods required must outside aire city The board, after hearing the secre- tary, Dr. SUMMARY i— Resignations Tendered Today, ttslian and Personal. Offers of assistance from the Pennsyl- vania and the North western railroad, were said to have heen made to the Il- linois Central. Pratt of the southern division of the system said condltlon H wore satisfactory and that more men were working today than on any day since the strike was begun. Friday and Saturday are the concluding days of our Dissolution of Partnership Sale. He play- ed with Victoria some years back and has man}' friends here. New York won the toss and accord- ingly it was determined that the fta'st game should he played here. The following are specially requested to be present: E. D,, Came to Brit- ish Columbia with the Royal Engineers in 1858 Surrounded by nearly all the members of his family. There was a severe fr«last night and it la fear- _,-, «^— , T . Tri- umphal proceesione were formed and the prl-oners were led through the town with bands of music, while the people oh the sidswalks cheered them luetuy. Cook, who- epeta 11*20*; former State Senator William HHatton. of the |107.7s8, as innde In the final report to the state. employees strike apparently settle-l ,l„*n to an endurance cutest today. who arrived here from Chicago today, declared the strike was called against the best Judgment Of the five international presidents, as they knew It meant disaster to union- Ism. Justice Clement u ,- on the habeas corpus proceedings in thi Oase of the child. Oliver W&O w ..,„ ust June the central figure In „f the most dramatic actions hei*fl W Vancouver. Our showrooms are now replete with the most up- to-date collection of Fall Suits, Coats, Gowns and Mil- linery, and we extend a cordial invitation to view the present season's fashion fancies, at prices much lower than could be asked in the ordinary way. C "HUr WMT A prominent member of Van- couver's lacrosse team. — The toss of a coin In the presence of the National Basehall commission today started the making of final arrangements for the I post series games of the world's cham- pionship between New York, winner of the National championship and Phila- delphia, present -wo Vld's champions and holder of the, American League Pen- nant. agement committee will bo hti Hd on Friday evening at the ifflcp of S. Okell & Co., corner of Douglas and Johnson streets.

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