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Itobert Hotrers, Manitoba's minister of public works. Frank Cochrane, minister of mines for Ontario, Andrew Broder. There will be three more, but their names are uncer- tain. *%* .'«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. Boclety of , R *' ,w ' r y d " T he strikers sban- was settled yst erda v- *™ wh , ch was (lun ed i'' el r.„nfo handling "7n\b.r shlpp-d t„o Wsetlon to w ; B , d,m « tr• Cartls PHILDAELPHIA, Oct. trav- 5er journalist and writer on .political toples^led suddenly ,jv hl. BALL'S GOMPOITir O 8T»Uf OF restores strength, increases the appetite and enriches the blood— 1 Makes one feel fit for work. Hall's Drag Store (Central Brtfrv Htore.) rhone ML 70S Tetee ■«. REST, - ,000,000 aasa Mgaasw THE SAYINGS Bftflit DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive d*#&k* of $t and upward., on which interest is allowed at current rate.. His younger days were thus passed in surrounding, of a character to test the most hardy and that he came through the ordeal as he did shows the manner of man he was. serxices should receive a Just rec- ognition and when he was appointed as Queen's printer" for the province It was nothing more than he deserved. repu t a t ,o„ -,he aristocracy of Cat Glass world? valuable recom- nutrttive Ivel's Pharmacy 1415 Government street. We have all the up-to-date lines and our prices are right. Hallerton of Win- nipeg, are spending a short time In the city in the course of a tour Which they are making of the coast cities. The repertoire of productions pre- sented at last night's entertainment consisted o£ three one-act tableaus, viz.. Boaton 11 13 i Washington J 7 3 Batteries — Collins and Williams; Hughes, Becker and Street. l B .„.,ej I ,hc Irish railroads bi , t» ■.pmnhsr M. The National Lumber Manufacturers' Association three months ago began to gather statistics concerning; the lumber cut, the ship- ments, and the stock on hand at the mills. In Wisconsin nearly one hun- dred Industrial concerns have already signified their acceptance of tno law. If so it la Import- ant that you should strengthen yourself before the winter season. in those rough times he and his companions helped to preserve or- der amid the wild crowd of new comers who took part in the gold stampede. 3.75 98.00 .00

Tho dealers have refused and demand money in advance. The Schedule Schedule games for world's champion- ship: First game — New York, Saturday, Oc- tober 14, Second game — Philadelphia, Monday, October Is. Fourth game — Philadelphia, Wednes- day, October 18.

uninteresting ami tedi- ous subject." ITALIAN FLAG 0V€ft TWPOLI (Continued from Page 1.) A Baltmlka dispatch to ^Jfeig that the commlttse of union and prosreas has drawn up a lon« proclamation to Bu- rop. 6.— Fugitives from Tripoli w£ arrti'ed tonight s*y small parties of Ttsuan. Another matter Which will likely be brought up is the question of tiu con- tracts reosnlly let to Hie Canadian Min- eral Rubber company t'" 1 additional paving work, being another portion of the orlglnul 600,000 square yards of paving Which the City passed lust May. Tralna on the Harriman system, both from the east and south, srrlved be- hind their schedules today. His death was not altogether unex- pected hut It will be none the less keenly mourned. I am told that the new refuta- tions provide for public sale of the land to the highest bidder. If a man ha* WO acres of land east of the Cascades and improves It to the extent of

Itobert Hotrers, Manitoba's minister of public works. Frank Cochrane, minister of mines for Ontario, Andrew Broder. There will be three more, but their names are uncer- tain. *%* .'«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. Boclety of , R *' ,w ' r y d " T he strikers sban- was settled yst erda v- *™ wh , ch was (lun ed i'' el r.„nfo handling "7n\b.r shlpp-d t„o Wsetlon to w ; B , d,m « tr• Cartls PHILDAELPHIA, Oct. trav- 5er journalist and writer on .political toples^led suddenly ,jv hl. BALL'S GOMPOITir O 8T»Uf OF restores strength, increases the appetite and enriches the blood— 1 Makes one feel fit for work. Hall's Drag Store (Central Brtfrv Htore.) rhone ML 70S Tetee ■«. REST, - $8,000,000 aasa Mgaasw THE SAYINGS Bftflit DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive d*#&k* of $t and upward., on which interest is allowed at current rate.. His younger days were thus passed in surrounding, of a character to test the most hardy and that he came through the ordeal as he did shows the manner of man he was. serxices should receive a Just rec- ognition and when he was appointed as Queen's printer" for the province It was nothing more than he deserved. repu t a t ,o„ -,he aristocracy of Cat Glass world? valuable recom- nutrttive Ivel's Pharmacy 1415 Government street. We have all the up-to-date lines and our prices are right. Hallerton of Win- nipeg, are spending a short time In the city in the course of a tour Which they are making of the coast cities. The repertoire of productions pre- sented at last night's entertainment consisted o£ three one-act tableaus, viz.. Boaton 11 13 i Washington J 7 3 Batteries — Collins and Williams; Hughes, Becker and Street. l B .„.,ej I ,hc Irish railroads bi , t» ■.pmnhsr M. The National Lumber Manufacturers' Association three months ago began to gather statistics concerning; the lumber cut, the ship- ments, and the stock on hand at the mills. In Wisconsin nearly one hun- dred Industrial concerns have already signified their acceptance of tno law. If so it la Import- ant that you should strengthen yourself before the winter season. in those rough times he and his companions helped to preserve or- der amid the wild crowd of new comers who took part in the gold stampede. 3.75 98.00 $16.00 $0.00 &c, &c Sugar and Creams, per pair $10.00 to $5.00 Water Bottles. - It the vimu COMPOUND SYRUP HTPOPHOB- PH1TBS, preparation a scientific mended as a Tonic, 11.00. _s : TRUNKS Exceptional values on all new stock to choose from. It was indeed something novel thut present- ed its Hf hist night, and Victoria theatregoers turned out en masse to avail themselves of an opportunity which will probablj nt offer Itself again In this city for some time. The other people say that they are going to resign every day, but they have not done so V*t." ~ Br. With only three or four tons of coal in the city schools, the finance committee of the hoard has gone to the coal deulers asking for credit to the extent of two cars of coal. lied or postponed games will be jiirt vic- torious team being required to disband Immediately after the completion of the series. Asked as to Ills plans, he replied, poinl- ina to a huge bundle of correspondence which was before him: "You see I have plenty to do as It Is." He said he was not In a position to Klve any Information regarding the per- sonnel of the cabinet, nor even If be would himself be a member. Bor- den, and he has not had time to make an announcement so far. This will be the upshot of the controversy between the city council and the school board, ns stated at the last meeting of the tjchool board. The bodies wore removed from the canyon and brought here by automobile tonight PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH — s Ol Spi M l r*o-M Muisfl e Vialtai T Arransemeatt, Chemioa* Laboratory, olgaxutd Cadet Oor? In case a seventh game Is needed to de- cide, the winner, the commission will "de- termine the grounds upon which it shall be played.

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Itobert Hotrers, Manitoba's minister of public works. Frank Cochrane, minister of mines for Ontario, Andrew Broder.

There will be three more, but their names are uncer- tain.

*%* .'«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.

Boclety of , R *' ,w ' r y d " T he strikers sban- was settled yst erda v- *™ wh , ch was (lun ed i'' el r.„nfo handling "7n\b.r shlpp-d t„o Wsetlon to w ; B , d,m « tr• Cartls PHILDAELPHIA, Oct. trav- 5er journalist and writer on .political toples^led suddenly ,jv hl. BALL'S GOMPOITir O 8T»Uf OF restores strength, increases the appetite and enriches the blood— 1 Makes one feel fit for work. Hall's Drag Store (Central Brtfrv Htore.) rhone ML 70S Tetee ■«. REST, - $8,000,000 aasa Mgaasw THE SAYINGS Bftflit DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive d*#&k* of $t and upward., on which interest is allowed at current rate.. His younger days were thus passed in surrounding, of a character to test the most hardy and that he came through the ordeal as he did shows the manner of man he was. serxices should receive a Just rec- ognition and when he was appointed as Queen's printer" for the province It was nothing more than he deserved. repu t a t ,o„ -,he aristocracy of Cat Glass world? valuable recom- nutrttive Ivel's Pharmacy 1415 Government street. We have all the up-to-date lines and our prices are right. Hallerton of Win- nipeg, are spending a short time In the city in the course of a tour Which they are making of the coast cities. The repertoire of productions pre- sented at last night's entertainment consisted o£ three one-act tableaus, viz.. Boaton 11 13 i Washington J 7 3 Batteries — Collins and Williams; Hughes, Becker and Street.

.2.". He was ensign In the New Westminster and Victoria KMe Volunteers from l»M to 1»7* end 1n the latter year, when the organisation was merged with the Canadian mllltla. In 1«"» he was retired with the rsnk of lleuten- ent-colonel LP s FOR tttk x Ki-DLKwmi Ax k now thev will be delighted with the beauty ol these new creations of HLU g Below wc list a few prices : Satin-Lined Work-Basket, with needlewoman. complete equipment for the f4.00 Satin-Lined Ladies' Companions, plush lined, 5° to -75 Cases of Scissors, containing 3 to 5 pairs. Alexis Bulgakow makes as the high priest a wonderful study of mimetic art; Farla Brldlna. »ugh Garden City and the Garden City station is close to every lot in the subdi- vision. The game was played at the New Weatmtneter fair grounds and was wit- nessed ' by a big crowd. ' The eastern champions are still far from being downcast They intend to show that they are at least qualified to play in the seine league with Van- couver and New lim&fafm **** .round soma In practice, and Managed Querrie has arreted his team for the second game, but he will not make any .d Malte auu s ms Wi— t a n ta to this oonnee- 'tion till after the final praetlos. 1» a uuttosp P Bd awt ftff a Toronto paper, while other Toronto journals are represented in *»* f aoumaeh party. He Is about to launch an automobile business on a large scale, and will erect one of the best fireproof modern garages in this sec- tion of the state. Three double plays and three two- base hlta wore made. Burns tuts some other business ven- tures In Australia too, and they re- quire some attention also. Clabby la, one of the squad of boxers Hugh Mcintosh has secured for the coming season In Aus- tralia. "Theo" does not expect that this loss, however, will keep him from his favor- ite pastime and haa announoad that next year he will be seen . He twirled nice ball for the Capitals In the season Just gone by.

He was in lax or of a graduated income tax and would raise the exemption from H.o OO as at pres- ent to $..000 Ho was not In aeeord W, i the suggestion that the revenue ta „ B h OUl. from .50 to .25 And in another quality, from Si. .

Itobert Hotrers, Manitoba's minister of public works. Frank Cochrane, minister of mines for Ontario, Andrew Broder. There will be three more, but their names are uncer- tain. *%* .'«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. Boclety of , R *' ,w ' r y d " T he strikers sban- was settled yst erda v- *™ wh , ch was (lun ed i'' el r.„nfo handling "7n\b.r shlpp-d t„o Wsetlon to w ; B , d,m « tr• Cartls PHILDAELPHIA, Oct. trav- 5er journalist and writer on .political toples^led suddenly ,jv hl. BALL'S GOMPOITir O 8T»Uf OF restores strength, increases the appetite and enriches the blood— 1 Makes one feel fit for work. Hall's Drag Store (Central Brtfrv Htore.) rhone ML 70S Tetee ■«. REST, - $8,000,000 aasa Mgaasw THE SAYINGS Bftflit DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive d*#&k* of $t and upward., on which interest is allowed at current rate.. His younger days were thus passed in surrounding, of a character to test the most hardy and that he came through the ordeal as he did shows the manner of man he was. serxices should receive a Just rec- ognition and when he was appointed as Queen's printer" for the province It was nothing more than he deserved. repu t a t ,o„ -,he aristocracy of Cat Glass world? valuable recom- nutrttive Ivel's Pharmacy 1415 Government street. We have all the up-to-date lines and our prices are right. Hallerton of Win- nipeg, are spending a short time In the city in the course of a tour Which they are making of the coast cities. The repertoire of productions pre- sented at last night's entertainment consisted o£ three one-act tableaus, viz.. Boaton 11 13 i Washington J 7 3 Batteries — Collins and Williams; Hughes, Becker and Street. l B .„.,ej I ,hc Irish railroads bi , t» ■.pmnhsr M. The National Lumber Manufacturers' Association three months ago began to gather statistics concerning; the lumber cut, the ship- ments, and the stock on hand at the mills. In Wisconsin nearly one hun- dred Industrial concerns have already signified their acceptance of tno law. If so it la Import- ant that you should strengthen yourself before the winter season. in those rough times he and his companions helped to preserve or- der amid the wild crowd of new comers who took part in the gold stampede. 3.75 98.00 $16.00 $0.00 &c, &c Sugar and Creams, per pair $10.00 to $5.00 Water Bottles. - It the vimu COMPOUND SYRUP HTPOPHOB- PH1TBS, preparation a scientific mended as a Tonic, 11.00. _s : TRUNKS Exceptional values on all new stock to choose from. It was indeed something novel thut present- ed its Hf hist night, and Victoria theatregoers turned out en masse to avail themselves of an opportunity which will probablj nt offer Itself again In this city for some time. The other people say that they are going to resign every day, but they have not done so V*t." ~ Br. With only three or four tons of coal in the city schools, the finance committee of the hoard has gone to the coal deulers asking for credit to the extent of two cars of coal. lied or postponed games will be jiirt vic- torious team being required to disband Immediately after the completion of the series. Asked as to Ills plans, he replied, poinl- ina to a huge bundle of correspondence which was before him: "You see I have plenty to do as It Is." He said he was not In a position to Klve any Information regarding the per- sonnel of the cabinet, nor even If be would himself be a member. Bor- den, and he has not had time to make an announcement so far. This will be the upshot of the controversy between the city council and the school board, ns stated at the last meeting of the tjchool board. The bodies wore removed from the canyon and brought here by automobile tonight PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH — s Ol Spi M l r*o-M Muisfl e Vialtai T Arransemeatt, Chemioa* Laboratory, olgaxutd Cadet Oor? In case a seventh game Is needed to de- cide, the winner, the commission will "de- termine the grounds upon which it shall be played.

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Itobert Hotrers, Manitoba's minister of public works. Frank Cochrane, minister of mines for Ontario, Andrew Broder.

There will be three more, but their names are uncer- tain.

*%* .'«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.

Boclety of , R *' ,w ' r y d " T he strikers sban- was settled yst erda v- *™ wh , ch was (lun ed i'' el r.„nfo handling "7n\b.r shlpp-d t„o Wsetlon to w ; B , d,m « tr• Cartls PHILDAELPHIA, Oct. trav- 5er journalist and writer on .political toples^led suddenly ,jv hl. BALL'S GOMPOITir O 8T»Uf OF restores strength, increases the appetite and enriches the blood— 1 Makes one feel fit for work. Hall's Drag Store (Central Brtfrv Htore.) rhone ML 70S Tetee ■«. REST, - $8,000,000 aasa Mgaasw THE SAYINGS Bftflit DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive d*#&k* of $t and upward., on which interest is allowed at current rate.. His younger days were thus passed in surrounding, of a character to test the most hardy and that he came through the ordeal as he did shows the manner of man he was. serxices should receive a Just rec- ognition and when he was appointed as Queen's printer" for the province It was nothing more than he deserved. repu t a t ,o„ -,he aristocracy of Cat Glass world? valuable recom- nutrttive Ivel's Pharmacy 1415 Government street. We have all the up-to-date lines and our prices are right. Hallerton of Win- nipeg, are spending a short time In the city in the course of a tour Which they are making of the coast cities. The repertoire of productions pre- sented at last night's entertainment consisted o£ three one-act tableaus, viz.. Boaton 11 13 i Washington J 7 3 Batteries — Collins and Williams; Hughes, Becker and Street.

.30 VINDICATION OF CIVIC HEADS Ol Slon and in that Cass Hie whole mat- ter will be iii the same position u« i-vcr — un official baeaed bf the mayor t O liuve his own -sweet way. General Manager O'Brien still asserts that SB per cent, of the shop employes •re still at work, while the union lesd- ers persist In their claim of less than ten per cent. On th* Mi L^t government em- ployees there is no name which stands better, none which Is more highly es- teemed. Tou could not buy tho land on Vancouver Island today for less than |15 an acre on an average, or say |25,- 000.000; the Peace River land - rents ] is a square mile and the rcy» aity on logs Is [[

Itobert Hotrers, Manitoba's minister of public works. Frank Cochrane, minister of mines for Ontario, Andrew Broder. There will be three more, but their names are uncer- tain. *%* .'«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. Boclety of , R *' ,w ' r y d " T he strikers sban- was settled yst erda v- *™ wh , ch was (lun ed i'' el r.„nfo handling "7n\b.r shlpp-d t„o Wsetlon to w ; B , d,m « tr• Cartls PHILDAELPHIA, Oct. trav- 5er journalist and writer on .political toples^led suddenly ,jv hl. BALL'S GOMPOITir O 8T»Uf OF restores strength, increases the appetite and enriches the blood— 1 Makes one feel fit for work. Hall's Drag Store (Central Brtfrv Htore.) rhone ML 70S Tetee ■«. REST, - $8,000,000 aasa Mgaasw THE SAYINGS Bftflit DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive d*#&k* of $t and upward., on which interest is allowed at current rate.. His younger days were thus passed in surrounding, of a character to test the most hardy and that he came through the ordeal as he did shows the manner of man he was. serxices should receive a Just rec- ognition and when he was appointed as Queen's printer" for the province It was nothing more than he deserved. repu t a t ,o„ -,he aristocracy of Cat Glass world? valuable recom- nutrttive Ivel's Pharmacy 1415 Government street. We have all the up-to-date lines and our prices are right. Hallerton of Win- nipeg, are spending a short time In the city in the course of a tour Which they are making of the coast cities. The repertoire of productions pre- sented at last night's entertainment consisted o£ three one-act tableaus, viz.. Boaton 11 13 i Washington J 7 3 Batteries — Collins and Williams; Hughes, Becker and Street. l B .„.,ej I ,hc Irish railroads bi , t» ■.pmnhsr M. The National Lumber Manufacturers' Association three months ago began to gather statistics concerning; the lumber cut, the ship- ments, and the stock on hand at the mills. In Wisconsin nearly one hun- dred Industrial concerns have already signified their acceptance of tno law. If so it la Import- ant that you should strengthen yourself before the winter season. in those rough times he and his companions helped to preserve or- der amid the wild crowd of new comers who took part in the gold stampede. 3.75 98.00 $16.00 $0.00 &c, &c Sugar and Creams, per pair $10.00 to $5.00 Water Bottles. - It the vimu COMPOUND SYRUP HTPOPHOB- PH1TBS, preparation a scientific mended as a Tonic, 11.00. _s : TRUNKS Exceptional values on all new stock to choose from. It was indeed something novel thut present- ed its Hf hist night, and Victoria theatregoers turned out en masse to avail themselves of an opportunity which will probablj nt offer Itself again In this city for some time. The other people say that they are going to resign every day, but they have not done so V*t." ~ Br. With only three or four tons of coal in the city schools, the finance committee of the hoard has gone to the coal deulers asking for credit to the extent of two cars of coal. lied or postponed games will be jiirt vic- torious team being required to disband Immediately after the completion of the series. Asked as to Ills plans, he replied, poinl- ina to a huge bundle of correspondence which was before him: "You see I have plenty to do as It Is." He said he was not In a position to Klve any Information regarding the per- sonnel of the cabinet, nor even If be would himself be a member. Bor- den, and he has not had time to make an announcement so far. This will be the upshot of the controversy between the city council and the school board, ns stated at the last meeting of the tjchool board. The bodies wore removed from the canyon and brought here by automobile tonight PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH — s Ol Spi M l r*o-M Muisfl e Vialtai T Arransemeatt, Chemioa* Laboratory, olgaxutd Cadet Oor? In case a seventh game Is needed to de- cide, the winner, the commission will "de- termine the grounds upon which it shall be played.

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Itobert Hotrers, Manitoba's minister of public works. Frank Cochrane, minister of mines for Ontario, Andrew Broder.

There will be three more, but their names are uncer- tain.

*%* .'«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.

Boclety of , R *' ,w ' r y d " T he strikers sban- was settled yst erda v- *™ wh , ch was (lun ed i'' el r.„nfo handling "7n\b.r shlpp-d t„o Wsetlon to w ; B , d,m « tr• Cartls PHILDAELPHIA, Oct. trav- 5er journalist and writer on .political toples^led suddenly ,jv hl. BALL'S GOMPOITir O 8T»Uf OF restores strength, increases the appetite and enriches the blood— 1 Makes one feel fit for work. Hall's Drag Store (Central Brtfrv Htore.) rhone ML 70S Tetee ■«. REST, - $8,000,000 aasa Mgaasw THE SAYINGS Bftflit DEPARTMENT of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive d*#&k* of $t and upward., on which interest is allowed at current rate.. His younger days were thus passed in surrounding, of a character to test the most hardy and that he came through the ordeal as he did shows the manner of man he was. serxices should receive a Just rec- ognition and when he was appointed as Queen's printer" for the province It was nothing more than he deserved. repu t a t ,o„ -,he aristocracy of Cat Glass world? valuable recom- nutrttive Ivel's Pharmacy 1415 Government street. We have all the up-to-date lines and our prices are right. Hallerton of Win- nipeg, are spending a short time In the city in the course of a tour Which they are making of the coast cities. The repertoire of productions pre- sented at last night's entertainment consisted o£ three one-act tableaus, viz.. Boaton 11 13 i Washington J 7 3 Batteries — Collins and Williams; Hughes, Becker and Street.

]] cants per thousand superficial feet but before any land la leased, the government has it cruised and the intending lessee must offer a sum at least equal to the price fixed by the cruiser, or he t get th-el land. 1 ha\e heard strong expressions of opinion as to the unwisdom of permit- ting so-called settlers to lock up wide areas of land here. During the term of his service in the engineers the late dot Wolfenden was stationed at headquarters under «'oi. Whwn the corps disbanded he received the appointment of Queens Printer for the province and from that time until the time of his death he con- tinued to occupy that office, discharg- ing the duties appertaining to it with a Kklll und falthfulnesn that made him one of the most respected figures In public, service, as his long experience made him one of the most prominent. For two years The was a member of the city board of ech OOl trustees and he was one of first to Join the volunteer, movement In British Columbia. Theodore Kosloff, as the lover, acts and dancea with a passionate abandon. More than fifty lots sold this last week, — The actual construc- tion has now com- menced of the ele trie railway tl. 6.— By another nlruh -Inning- rally Vancouver nosed out the All-Stars again today, winning by the score of 6 to 4. We recognize the fact that you have a wonderful team hare, anybody who knows anything about lacrosse wou M be foolish to say any- thing else, but we think we measure up pretty wall to your strength, and w» intend to prove It on Saturday? the world's champion wrestler, has found a new place to put a portion of his earnings. I.— Chicago won the closing game of the National league season here today In one hour and twenty-live min- utes. Lester signed an agreement with Tommy to have the Canadian act as his manager, and after Burns had secured him the match with Bill Lang m Australia Lias- tor triad to back up on tha money and. Clabby came straight' here from Winnipeg, where too lost a fifteen round decision to Hike ttlbbohs of St Paul, after One of the Severest exhibitions ever seen there. — Ty Cobb has played his last game of the season, having been excused from the St. Cobb has captured the American league record for base stealing and run getting, hav- ing 85 stolen bases and MS runs to his credit this season. and his 247 hits this season breaks the .major league record held si nee 1897 by Willie Keeler.'wlth 243 hits. "Theo" Townsley, one of the beat known twlrlers of the City Baseball league, lost one of his fingers on Wed- nesday aa the result of his hand being cau;ght In tha stereotyping roller at the Times office, where ha Is employed.

Monk of Montreal are practically certain to have portfolio*. Young, western representative on the Rational Tranaeootental Railway commission, resigned his position today, following the example of Mr.

As he has Interests in Win- nipeg and west he will take up his res- idence in Winnipeg and resume his con- nection with the sraln business.

.00 &c, &c Sugar and Creams, per pair .00 to .00 Water Bottles. - It the vimu COMPOUND SYRUP HTPOPHOB- PH1TBS, preparation a scientific mended as a Tonic, 11.00. _s : TRUNKS Exceptional values on all new stock to choose from. It was indeed something novel thut present- ed its Hf hist night, and Victoria theatregoers turned out en masse to avail themselves of an opportunity which will probablj nt offer Itself again In this city for some time. The other people say that they are going to resign every day, but they have not done so V*t." ~ Br. With only three or four tons of coal in the city schools, the finance committee of the hoard has gone to the coal deulers asking for credit to the extent of two cars of coal. lied or postponed games will be jiirt vic- torious team being required to disband Immediately after the completion of the series. Asked as to Ills plans, he replied, poinl- ina to a huge bundle of correspondence which was before him: "You see I have plenty to do as It Is." He said he was not In a position to Klve any Information regarding the per- sonnel of the cabinet, nor even If be would himself be a member. Bor- den, and he has not had time to make an announcement so far. This will be the upshot of the controversy between the city council and the school board, ns stated at the last meeting of the tjchool board. The bodies wore removed from the canyon and brought here by automobile tonight PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH — s Ol Spi M l r*o-M Muisfl e Vialtai T Arransemeatt, Chemioa* Laboratory, olgaxutd Cadet Oor? In case a seventh game Is needed to de- cide, the winner, the commission will "de- termine the grounds upon which it shall be played.

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Tho dealers have refused and demand money in advance. The Schedule Schedule games for world's champion- ship: First game — New York, Saturday, Oc- tober 14, Second game — Philadelphia, Monday, October Is. Fourth game — Philadelphia, Wednes- day, October 18.

uninteresting ami tedi- ous subject." ITALIAN FLAG 0V€ft TWPOLI (Continued from Page 1.) A Baltmlka dispatch to ^Jfeig that the commlttse of union and prosreas has drawn up a lon« proclamation to Bu- rop. 6.— Fugitives from Tripoli w£ arrti'ed tonight s*y small parties of Ttsuan. Another matter Which will likely be brought up is the question of tiu con- tracts reosnlly let to Hie Canadian Min- eral Rubber company t'" 1 additional paving work, being another portion of the orlglnul 600,000 square yards of paving Which the City passed lust May. Tralna on the Harriman system, both from the east and south, srrlved be- hind their schedules today. His death was not altogether unex- pected hut It will be none the less keenly mourned. I am told that the new refuta- tions provide for public sale of the land to the highest bidder. If a man ha* WO acres of land east of the Cascades and improves It to the extent of $1.2.". He was ensign In the New Westminster and Victoria KMe Volunteers from l»M to 1»7* end 1n the latter year, when the organisation was merged with the Canadian mllltla. In 1«"» he was retired with the rsnk of lleuten- ent-colonel LP s FOR tttk x Ki-DLKwmi Ax k now thev will be delighted with the beauty ol these new creations of HLU g Below wc list a few prices : Satin-Lined Work-Basket, with needlewoman. complete equipment for the f4.00 Satin-Lined Ladies' Companions, plush lined, $7 5° to $2-75 Cases of Scissors, containing 3 to 5 pairs. Alexis Bulgakow makes as the high priest a wonderful study of mimetic art; Farla Brldlna. »ugh Garden City and the Garden City station is close to every lot in the subdi- vision. The game was played at the New Weatmtneter fair grounds and was wit- nessed ' by a big crowd. ' The eastern champions are still far from being downcast They intend to show that they are at least qualified to play in the seine league with Van- couver and New lim&fafm **** .round soma In practice, and Managed Querrie has arreted his team for the second game, but he will not make any .d Malte auu s ms Wi— t a n ta to this oonnee- 'tion till after the final praetlos. 1» a uuttosp P Bd awt ftff a Toronto paper, while other Toronto journals are represented in *»* f aoumaeh party. He Is about to launch an automobile business on a large scale, and will erect one of the best fireproof modern garages in this sec- tion of the state. Three double plays and three two- base hlta wore made. Burns tuts some other business ven- tures In Australia too, and they re- quire some attention also. Clabby la, one of the squad of boxers Hugh Mcintosh has secured for the coming season In Aus- tralia. "Theo" does not expect that this loss, however, will keep him from his favor- ite pastime and haa announoad that next year he will be seen . He twirled nice ball for the Capitals In the season Just gone by.

He was in lax or of a graduated income tax and would raise the exemption from H.o OO as at pres- ent to $..000 Ho was not In aeeord W, i the suggestion that the revenue ta „ B h OUl. from $3.50 to $2.25 And in another quality, from Si. .$1.30 VINDICATION OF CIVIC HEADS Ol Slon and in that Cass Hie whole mat- ter will be iii the same position u« i-vcr — un official baeaed bf the mayor t O liuve his own -sweet way. General Manager O'Brien still asserts that SB per cent, of the shop employes •re still at work, while the union lesd- ers persist In their claim of less than ten per cent. On th* Mi L^t government em- ployees there is no name which stands better, none which Is more highly es- teemed. Tou could not buy tho land on Vancouver Island today for less than |15 an acre on an average, or say |25,- 000.000; the Peace River land - rents ] is $8 a square mile and the rcy» aity on logs Is $0 cants per thousand superficial feet but before any land la leased, the government has it cruised and the intending lessee must offer a sum at least equal to the price fixed by the cruiser, or he t get th-el land. 1 ha\e heard strong expressions of opinion as to the unwisdom of permit- ting so-called settlers to lock up wide areas of land here. During the term of his service in the engineers the late dot Wolfenden was stationed at headquarters under «'oi. Whwn the corps disbanded he received the appointment of Queens Printer for the province and from that time until the time of his death he con- tinued to occupy that office, discharg- ing the duties appertaining to it with a Kklll und falthfulnesn that made him one of the most respected figures In public, service, as his long experience made him one of the most prominent. For two years The was a member of the city board of ech OOl trustees and he was one of first to Join the volunteer, movement In British Columbia. Theodore Kosloff, as the lover, acts and dancea with a passionate abandon. More than fifty lots sold this last week, — The actual construc- tion has now com- menced of the ele trie railway tl. 6.— By another nlruh -Inning- rally Vancouver nosed out the All-Stars again today, winning by the score of 6 to 4. We recognize the fact that you have a wonderful team hare, anybody who knows anything about lacrosse wou M be foolish to say any- thing else, but we think we measure up pretty wall to your strength, and w» intend to prove It on Saturday? the world's champion wrestler, has found a new place to put a portion of his earnings. I.— Chicago won the closing game of the National league season here today In one hour and twenty-live min- utes. Lester signed an agreement with Tommy to have the Canadian act as his manager, and after Burns had secured him the match with Bill Lang m Australia Lias- tor triad to back up on tha money and. Clabby came straight' here from Winnipeg, where too lost a fifteen round decision to Hike ttlbbohs of St Paul, after One of the Severest exhibitions ever seen there. — Ty Cobb has played his last game of the season, having been excused from the St. Cobb has captured the American league record for base stealing and run getting, hav- ing 85 stolen bases and MS runs to his credit this season. and his 247 hits this season breaks the .major league record held si nee 1897 by Willie Keeler.'wlth 243 hits. "Theo" Townsley, one of the beat known twlrlers of the City Baseball league, lost one of his fingers on Wed- nesday aa the result of his hand being cau;ght In tha stereotyping roller at the Times office, where ha Is employed.

Monk of Montreal are practically certain to have portfolio*. Young, western representative on the Rational Tranaeootental Railway commission, resigned his position today, following the example of Mr.

As he has Interests in Win- nipeg and west he will take up his res- idence in Winnipeg and resume his con- nection with the sraln business.

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Tho dealers have refused and demand money in advance. The Schedule Schedule games for world's champion- ship: First game — New York, Saturday, Oc- tober 14, Second game — Philadelphia, Monday, October Is. Fourth game — Philadelphia, Wednes- day, October 18. uninteresting ami tedi- ous subject." ITALIAN FLAG 0V€ft TWPOLI (Continued from Page 1.) A Baltmlka dispatch to ^Jfeig that the commlttse of union and prosreas has drawn up a lon« proclamation to Bu- rop. 6.— Fugitives from Tripoli w£ arrti'ed tonight s*y small parties of Ttsuan. Another matter Which will likely be brought up is the question of tiu con- tracts reosnlly let to Hie Canadian Min- eral Rubber company t'" 1 additional paving work, being another portion of the orlglnul 600,000 square yards of paving Which the City passed lust May. Tralna on the Harriman system, both from the east and south, srrlved be- hind their schedules today. His death was not altogether unex- pected hut It will be none the less keenly mourned. I am told that the new refuta- tions provide for public sale of the land to the highest bidder. If a man ha* WO acres of land east of the Cascades and improves It to the extent of $1.2.". He was ensign In the New Westminster and Victoria KMe Volunteers from l»M to 1»7* end 1n the latter year, when the organisation was merged with the Canadian mllltla. In 1«"» he was retired with the rsnk of lleuten- ent-colonel LP s FOR tttk x Ki-DLKwmi Ax k now thev will be delighted with the beauty ol these new creations of HLU g Below wc list a few prices : Satin-Lined Work-Basket, with needlewoman. complete equipment for the f4.00 Satin-Lined Ladies' Companions, plush lined, $7 5° to $2-75 Cases of Scissors, containing 3 to 5 pairs. Alexis Bulgakow makes as the high priest a wonderful study of mimetic art; Farla Brldlna. »ugh Garden City and the Garden City station is close to every lot in the subdi- vision. The game was played at the New Weatmtneter fair grounds and was wit- nessed ' by a big crowd. ' The eastern champions are still far from being downcast They intend to show that they are at least qualified to play in the seine league with Van- couver and New lim&fafm **** .round soma In practice, and Managed Querrie has arreted his team for the second game, but he will not make any .d Malte auu s ms Wi— t a n ta to this oonnee- 'tion till after the final praetlos. 1» a uuttosp P Bd awt ftff a Toronto paper, while other Toronto journals are represented in *»* f aoumaeh party. He Is about to launch an automobile business on a large scale, and will erect one of the best fireproof modern garages in this sec- tion of the state. Three double plays and three two- base hlta wore made. Burns tuts some other business ven- tures In Australia too, and they re- quire some attention also. Clabby la, one of the squad of boxers Hugh Mcintosh has secured for the coming season In Aus- tralia. "Theo" does not expect that this loss, however, will keep him from his favor- ite pastime and haa announoad that next year he will be seen . He twirled nice ball for the Capitals In the season Just gone by. He was in lax or of a graduated income tax and would raise the exemption from H.o OO as at pres- ent to $..000 Ho was not In aeeord W, i the suggestion that the revenue ta „ B h OUl. from $3.50 to $2.25 And in another quality, from Si. .$1.30 VINDICATION OF CIVIC HEADS Ol Slon and in that Cass Hie whole mat- ter will be iii the same position u« i-vcr — un official baeaed bf the mayor t O liuve his own -sweet way. General Manager O'Brien still asserts that SB per cent, of the shop employes •re still at work, while the union lesd- ers persist In their claim of less than ten per cent. On th* Mi L^t government em- ployees there is no name which stands better, none which Is more highly es- teemed. Tou could not buy tho land on Vancouver Island today for less than |15 an acre on an average, or say |25,- 000.000; the Peace River land - rents ] is $8 a square mile and the rcy» aity on logs Is $0 cants per thousand superficial feet but before any land la leased, the government has it cruised and the intending lessee must offer a sum at least equal to the price fixed by the cruiser, or he t get th-el land. 1 ha\e heard strong expressions of opinion as to the unwisdom of permit- ting so-called settlers to lock up wide areas of land here. During the term of his service in the engineers the late dot Wolfenden was stationed at headquarters under «'oi. Whwn the corps disbanded he received the appointment of Queens Printer for the province and from that time until the time of his death he con- tinued to occupy that office, discharg- ing the duties appertaining to it with a Kklll und falthfulnesn that made him one of the most respected figures In public, service, as his long experience made him one of the most prominent. For two years The was a member of the city board of ech OOl trustees and he was one of first to Join the volunteer, movement In British Columbia. Theodore Kosloff, as the lover, acts and dancea with a passionate abandon. More than fifty lots sold this last week, — The actual construc- tion has now com- menced of the ele trie railway tl. 6.— By another nlruh -Inning- rally Vancouver nosed out the All-Stars again today, winning by the score of 6 to 4. We recognize the fact that you have a wonderful team hare, anybody who knows anything about lacrosse wou M be foolish to say any- thing else, but we think we measure up pretty wall to your strength, and w» intend to prove It on Saturday? the world's champion wrestler, has found a new place to put a portion of his earnings. I.— Chicago won the closing game of the National league season here today In one hour and twenty-live min- utes. Lester signed an agreement with Tommy to have the Canadian act as his manager, and after Burns had secured him the match with Bill Lang m Australia Lias- tor triad to back up on tha money and. Clabby came straight' here from Winnipeg, where too lost a fifteen round decision to Hike ttlbbohs of St Paul, after One of the Severest exhibitions ever seen there. — Ty Cobb has played his last game of the season, having been excused from the St. Cobb has captured the American league record for base stealing and run getting, hav- ing 85 stolen bases and MS runs to his credit this season. and his 247 hits this season breaks the .major league record held si nee 1897 by Willie Keeler.'wlth 243 hits. "Theo" Townsley, one of the beat known twlrlers of the City Baseball league, lost one of his fingers on Wed- nesday aa the result of his hand being cau;ght In tha stereotyping roller at the Times office, where ha Is employed. Monk of Montreal are practically certain to have portfolio*. Young, western representative on the Rational Tranaeootental Railway commission, resigned his position today, following the example of Mr. As he has Interests in Win- nipeg and west he will take up his res- idence in Winnipeg and resume his con- nection with the sraln business.

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