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TEMPLEMAN i VIichael IVIanson Nominated by Conservatives of Comox- Atlin Nanaimo, Jan. — At tho Conserva- tive convention held at Cumberland on Thursday night, Michael Manson was nominated to contest Comox- Atlir. Tins congress next declared for a secular HOliitlon of the education ques- tion. Sunday, January '81,' 1909' VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST New Spring Suits have arrived. HALL— Very nne Hall Heater, Card Table, oak ROOker, Linoleum, Riig.s, Oak Hall Rack, Stair Carpet, Flower Stand- ana .lot' Ol Flanta. At the other side of the country is the home' of Lord DIgby, an agricultural peer and one of the leaclihg jflgiires, In spite of his great ' age;i In country life at Dorset..' Th'ls" historic fonilly has been seated In Dorsfet 'for many generations, and it at Sher- borne Castle, the hdme of tho Wing- Held Dlgby's, that, the pagean.t idea was lirst evolved and started upon its victorious way. Thomas in March, SOUTH AFRICA MAY BE UNITED Conference of Delegates From Colonies Has Prospect of Success HAS SOME WAY YET TO GO Canadian Plan of Confeder^ ation Favored By IVlajority of Delegates JAPANESE STUDENT ROUGHLY HANDLED Cal'iforn'ia Sentiment Demon- strated on University Grounds TO MR. - A resolution to prevent labor members from appearing in sup- port ot any measure on tho same plat- form as members of the capitalist parly was rejected by 788,000 to 113,000 votes. .10 See them in our Windows Today 1420 Doudas St Near City Hall Telephone 718 '. DINING ROOM— Very fine Oak China Cabinet, Round Oak Ex. China and Glassware, Centre Tables, Ornaments, Brussels Carpet Square, Lace atid Chenille Curtains, Child'B Booker. ) to (|25) each, without board and producing over an average profit of over 0) per month, large grounds attached to house, also stable and* separate cottage of four rooms which ooii Ul be sub-rented, whole pro- jierty at present leased at () per month with option of a re- newal. This Is a splendid buy and if purchaser would board roomers a very largo additional profit could be made. New Homes at Reduced Prices I'.i -storey G-rooni modern cot- tage on South Turner St., well llnlstied, nicely arranged and piped for furnace, easy terms of liayinont. Princess Ave., near nhinchard St., very pretty cottage of five room.s, attic, pantry, liath and basement, rooms largo and well arranged, two open fireplaces, strictly modern, on easy terms and cut price, ,300. Is one of the homes of tho Cecil fdmlly, where Lord Salisbury spent a great deal , of time during tho lifetime of his father and which he still frequently visits for hunting and the Joys of country life in the lovalji chase to ■which his house gives a name. :s— classllli il \van( ads and real estate ads, 19 — Hapiicn I In the world of labor. 20.— No further news has -beo" Tccelvcd here regard- ing tlio reporic A destruollon of the village of Roniar",- ;,.if'veen 30 and 40 miles south of Vct MRn, in Morroco. Thom- as, and recommendations were made to tho railway commission with that end in view. Any anhouncenient or statement with regaid to what the government of British Columbia will do must come from tho government direct, and not from me. "If wo buy our goods from the Uni- ted States we will have the goods and tho United States will have the money and the carrying trade as well, and, as 60 per cent the cost of transporta- tion is paid out in the country through whlcli the trafllo passes, and the other 40 per cent is paid as Interest on tho capital Invested, they would have tho mon Py for the transportation of the goods. Th(;y will not lend a hand to p'dll down tile Louse of Lords In order to put In the piace mo more efflclent revising ngeiiey of an elected or the unchecked (of a single ehamber.

On draught at all hotels, bars and restau- rants throughout British Columbia. They closed around Kaneko, and as the latter started to run, pursued him and rain- ed blows upon him, finally chasing him off the campus. Kaneko said tonight that he would not personally caliche attention of tho Japanese consul, or take any other action, but he would not interfere If others took such a step. "Even should It bo offlclally reported to me, I consider It too trivial to pay any at- tention to." . Soine of the which have been nuide by tho members of tho Op- poaiilon a.-; to the land policy of the 3j:overnment in respect to the sale of crown land H In northern British Columbia would never have been uttered if any attempt had been made to uiiquire into the' truth of the case, a ytuto oi: alfairs, which no doubt ac- counts for the fact that n,o such en- quiry Was attempted. Afterwards will follow a Rummage Sale Which will prove of tremendous interest to the average Bargain Hunter. Tlu statements are very similar to previous reports received a week ago. 30.— It is stated here that the visit of Earl Morley, brotlu M--ln-law of Earl Grey, who arrived hero today, Is In connection with tho i)robal)le transfer of Earl Grey to tho vlceroyalty of India, Lord Minto desiring to retire, owing to Ill-health, London, Jan. — Earl Grey, it is rumored, is going to India as viceroy. "i Tour premier stated that any as- sistance which tho government might give to our railway would carry with It tho condition that none but white labor should be employed In construc- tion. They would be rent asunder In jiracllce, membership of their communities would dwindle at a more rapid raito. in tlic letters of Lady Jane Coke to her friend Mrs. —Princess Patricia of Connaught, with whose matrimonial iritentlons- the ne\y8papers never cease to .jbusy themtfelvesi' Is now . suitor in tlie person of the Count of Turin, the,, brother^ of the Duke of the Abruzzi,' about whose own inrgely-advertlaed love affairs the world has heard a great deal. Natives coming into Tetuaii declared that their village had been burled un- der an av.alariclie of earth apd rock, and that the total injured numbered one hundred. On the other hand, with pro- tection, If wo manufacture our own goods wo would have the goods and the money too, and have the cost of transportation distributed in our own country, building up our towns and uitlcs and giving employment to our own people.. If tin; ( e Churches were to commit themselves ofllclally to a canii)al.'-rn r.yalnst trc House of Lords, but their own public Inlluence. The labor congress executive has been authorized to ascertain whether labor and socialist organizations throughout the Empire favpr holding an ail'Brltish labor conference in 1910. Sproule, grand master of the Sovereign Grand Orange Lodge of British North America, will retire from the position at the annual meeting at St. Manson accepted tho nomina- tion and win at onco proceed on an activi' I'unip.'iign. Tills (a the 41rst time there has been an exact and deflnlto agreement^ LABOR IN ORITAIN , FAVORS SOCIALISM Resolutions Passed By Con- gress at Portsmouth — Emi- gration to Canada London, Jan. — Tho labor con- gress at Portsmouth yesterday p.ass- ed a resolution by a veto of 402,000 to ;n 3,000 endorsing the socialistic platform. I'nx scat and oxidized trinimiiig-s, in- cluding umbrella Iiolder and drip pan. The}- come in Golden and liarly English finish and arc regularly i priced at from, each,

On draught at all hotels, bars and restau- rants throughout British Columbia. They closed around Kaneko, and as the latter started to run, pursued him and rain- ed blows upon him, finally chasing him off the campus. Kaneko said tonight that he would not personally caliche attention of tho Japanese consul, or take any other action, but he would not interfere If others took such a step. "Even should It bo offlclally reported to me, I consider It too trivial to pay any at- tention to." . Soine of the which have been nuide by tho members of tho Op- poaiilon a.-; to the land policy of the 3j:overnment in respect to the sale of crown land H In northern British Columbia would never have been uttered if any attempt had been made to uiiquire into the' truth of the case, a ytuto oi: alfairs, which no doubt ac- counts for the fact that n,o such en- quiry Was attempted. Afterwards will follow a Rummage Sale Which will prove of tremendous interest to the average Bargain Hunter.

Tlu statements are very similar to previous reports received a week ago. 30.— It is stated here that the visit of Earl Morley, brotlu M--ln-law of Earl Grey, who arrived hero today, Is In connection with tho i)robal)le transfer of Earl Grey to tho vlceroyalty of India, Lord Minto desiring to retire, owing to Ill-health, London, Jan. — Earl Grey, it is rumored, is going to India as viceroy. "i Tour premier stated that any as- sistance which tho government might give to our railway would carry with It tho condition that none but white labor should be employed In construc- tion. They would be rent asunder In jiracllce, membership of their communities would dwindle at a more rapid raito. in tlic letters of Lady Jane Coke to her friend Mrs. —Princess Patricia of Connaught, with whose matrimonial iritentlons- the ne\y8papers never cease to .jbusy themtfelvesi' Is now . suitor in tlie person of the Count of Turin, the,, brother^ of the Duke of the Abruzzi,' about whose own inrgely-advertlaed love affairs the world has heard a great deal.

Natives coming into Tetuaii declared that their village had been burled un- der an av.alariclie of earth apd rock, and that the total injured numbered one hundred. On the other hand, with pro- tection, If wo manufacture our own goods wo would have the goods and the money too, and have the cost of transportation distributed in our own country, building up our towns and uitlcs and giving employment to our own people.. If tin; ( e Churches were to commit themselves ofllclally to a canii)al.'-rn r.yalnst trc House of Lords, but their own public Inlluence.

The labor congress executive has been authorized to ascertain whether labor and socialist organizations throughout the Empire favpr holding an ail'Brltish labor conference in 1910. Sproule, grand master of the Sovereign Grand Orange Lodge of British North America, will retire from the position at the annual meeting at St. Manson accepted tho nomina- tion and win at onco proceed on an activi' I'unip.'iign. Tills (a the 41rst time there has been an exact and deflnlto agreement^ LABOR IN ORITAIN , FAVORS SOCIALISM Resolutions Passed By Con- gress at Portsmouth — Emi- gration to Canada London, Jan. — Tho labor con- gress at Portsmouth yesterday p.ass- ed a resolution by a veto of 402,000 to ;n 3,000 endorsing the socialistic platform. I'nx scat and oxidized trinimiiig-s, in- cluding umbrella Iiolder and drip pan. The}- come in Golden and liarly English finish and arc regularly i priced at from, each, $1 [ to %\'2, Your ^ Choice while they last at Special CLEARANCE PRICE We carry a full line of Hall Racks. Hall Chairs and Mirrors, In a;ll the popular styles and finishes. yiiiins Couch Bed, Oak Centre Table, vi-ry flno Rattan Parlor Suite uf 3 jiieecs, Rnttan Tea Ta"ble, Rattan Arm Chairs, Kplendkl Mahogany Centre Table, Lace Curtains, Chenille Cur- tains, Matting-, almost new Axnilnster Bug 9x10.6, Mahogany Jardiniere Stand. Wharves, coni- nianding a beautiful view, si.x- teen large rooms, all well fur- nished, high custom and rooms always full, renting for from. Gurzbn was created Lord Scarsdalo in 1761; the present Lord Scarsdale, father of Lord Curzon, and now In his seventy-eighth year, Is the fourth Baron; At Cranbome, on the same beauti- ful borderland of Hants, Wilts, and Dorset, but wholly In the latter.

Tho Salvation Arn^y and become tho procurator general of cheap labor for interna- tional capital. — Col; Howell, secretary of Immigration of tho Sal- vation Army, today replied to tho statement by "VV. Sproule to Retire, Toronto, Jan, 30.— It is said that Dr. Manson Is one of the most pop- ular men in tho riding, and It Is freely predicted that he will defeat Mr. Tl'n laws of the two states hjivo been in direct oppoaitior.. W'c offer a pretty I Tall I\ack in the Imperial Early Eng- CLEAm NCE PRICE $8.75 ockers Arm Chairs We offer today a very fine line of Quartercut Oak Rock- ers and Arm Chairs These are high class goods, comfortable, and suitable for tlie parlor or living room. kept AND ALMOST NEW Furniture and Effects Including; PARLOR— Weatlu Ti'il Oak Ccntro Table, Wcathcjred Oulc Desli. (Upstairs) The Auctioneer, Stewart Williams Hope, deceitful a.s It Is, serv-CK .-it last to lead us to the cud of life along an agreeable road. Honor is like an island, nnd without harbors; we can never re- enter It once wo are on the outside. teen shillings a^yard, and I have given half a guinea for an un Watefed Ijabby." This Mr.

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On draught at all hotels, bars and restau- rants throughout British Columbia. They closed around Kaneko, and as the latter started to run, pursued him and rain- ed blows upon him, finally chasing him off the campus. Kaneko said tonight that he would not personally caliche attention of tho Japanese consul, or take any other action, but he would not interfere If others took such a step. "Even should It bo offlclally reported to me, I consider It too trivial to pay any at- tention to." . Soine of the which have been nuide by tho members of tho Op- poaiilon a.-; to the land policy of the 3j:overnment in respect to the sale of crown land H In northern British Columbia would never have been uttered if any attempt had been made to uiiquire into the' truth of the case, a ytuto oi: alfairs, which no doubt ac- counts for the fact that n,o such en- quiry Was attempted. Afterwards will follow a Rummage Sale Which will prove of tremendous interest to the average Bargain Hunter. Tlu statements are very similar to previous reports received a week ago. 30.— It is stated here that the visit of Earl Morley, brotlu M--ln-law of Earl Grey, who arrived hero today, Is In connection with tho i)robal)le transfer of Earl Grey to tho vlceroyalty of India, Lord Minto desiring to retire, owing to Ill-health, London, Jan. — Earl Grey, it is rumored, is going to India as viceroy. "i Tour premier stated that any as- sistance which tho government might give to our railway would carry with It tho condition that none but white labor should be employed In construc- tion. They would be rent asunder In jiracllce, membership of their communities would dwindle at a more rapid raito. in tlic letters of Lady Jane Coke to her friend Mrs. —Princess Patricia of Connaught, with whose matrimonial iritentlons- the ne\y8papers never cease to .jbusy themtfelvesi' Is now . suitor in tlie person of the Count of Turin, the,, brother^ of the Duke of the Abruzzi,' about whose own inrgely-advertlaed love affairs the world has heard a great deal. Natives coming into Tetuaii declared that their village had been burled un- der an av.alariclie of earth apd rock, and that the total injured numbered one hundred. On the other hand, with pro- tection, If wo manufacture our own goods wo would have the goods and the money too, and have the cost of transportation distributed in our own country, building up our towns and uitlcs and giving employment to our own people.. If tin; ( e Churches were to commit themselves ofllclally to a canii)al.'-rn r.yalnst trc House of Lords, but their own public Inlluence. The labor congress executive has been authorized to ascertain whether labor and socialist organizations throughout the Empire favpr holding an ail'Brltish labor conference in 1910. Sproule, grand master of the Sovereign Grand Orange Lodge of British North America, will retire from the position at the annual meeting at St. Manson accepted tho nomina- tion and win at onco proceed on an activi' I'unip.'iign. Tills (a the 41rst time there has been an exact and deflnlto agreement^ LABOR IN ORITAIN , FAVORS SOCIALISM Resolutions Passed By Con- gress at Portsmouth — Emi- gration to Canada London, Jan. — Tho labor con- gress at Portsmouth yesterday p.ass- ed a resolution by a veto of 402,000 to ;n 3,000 endorsing the socialistic platform. I'nx scat and oxidized trinimiiig-s, in- cluding umbrella Iiolder and drip pan. The}- come in Golden and liarly English finish and arc regularly i priced at from, each, $1 [ to %\'2, Your ^ Choice while they last at Special CLEARANCE PRICE We carry a full line of Hall Racks. Hall Chairs and Mirrors, In a;ll the popular styles and finishes. yiiiins Couch Bed, Oak Centre Table, vi-ry flno Rattan Parlor Suite uf 3 jiieecs, Rnttan Tea Ta"ble, Rattan Arm Chairs, Kplendkl Mahogany Centre Table, Lace Curtains, Chenille Cur- tains, Matting-, almost new Axnilnster Bug 9x10.6, Mahogany Jardiniere Stand. Wharves, coni- nianding a beautiful view, si.x- teen large rooms, all well fur- nished, high custom and rooms always full, renting for from. Gurzbn was created Lord Scarsdalo in 1761; the present Lord Scarsdale, father of Lord Curzon, and now In his seventy-eighth year, Is the fourth Baron; At Cranbome, on the same beauti- ful borderland of Hants, Wilts, and Dorset, but wholly In the latter. Tho Salvation Arn^y and become tho procurator general of cheap labor for interna- tional capital. — Col; Howell, secretary of Immigration of tho Sal- vation Army, today replied to tho statement by "VV. Sproule to Retire, Toronto, Jan, 30.— It is said that Dr. Manson Is one of the most pop- ular men in tho riding, and It Is freely predicted that he will defeat Mr. Tl'n laws of the two states hjivo been in direct oppoaitior.. W'c offer a pretty I Tall I\ack in the Imperial Early Eng- CLEAm NCE PRICE $8.75 ockers Arm Chairs We offer today a very fine line of Quartercut Oak Rock- ers and Arm Chairs These are high class goods, comfortable, and suitable for tlie parlor or living room. kept AND ALMOST NEW Furniture and Effects Including; PARLOR— Weatlu Ti'il Oak Ccntro Table, Wcathcjred Oulc Desli. (Upstairs) The Auctioneer, Stewart Williams Hope, deceitful a.s It Is, serv-CK .-it last to lead us to the cud of life along an agreeable road. Honor is like an island, nnd without harbors; we can never re- enter It once wo are on the outside. teen shillings a^yard, and I have given half a guinea for an un Watefed Ijabby." This Mr.

[ to %\'2, Your ^ Choice while they last at Special CLEARANCE PRICE We carry a full line of Hall Racks. Hall Chairs and Mirrors, In a;ll the popular styles and finishes. yiiiins Couch Bed, Oak Centre Table, vi-ry flno Rattan Parlor Suite uf 3 jiieecs, Rnttan Tea Ta"ble, Rattan Arm Chairs, Kplendkl Mahogany Centre Table, Lace Curtains, Chenille Cur- tains, Matting-, almost new Axnilnster Bug 9x10.6, Mahogany Jardiniere Stand. Wharves, coni- nianding a beautiful view, si.x- teen large rooms, all well fur- nished, high custom and rooms always full, renting for from. Gurzbn was created Lord Scarsdalo in 1761; the present Lord Scarsdale, father of Lord Curzon, and now In his seventy-eighth year, Is the fourth Baron; At Cranbome, on the same beauti- ful borderland of Hants, Wilts, and Dorset, but wholly In the latter. Tho Salvation Arn^y and become tho procurator general of cheap labor for interna- tional capital. — Col; Howell, secretary of Immigration of tho Sal- vation Army, today replied to tho statement by "VV. Sproule to Retire, Toronto, Jan, 30.— It is said that Dr. Manson Is one of the most pop- ular men in tho riding, and It Is freely predicted that he will defeat Mr. Tl'n laws of the two states hjivo been in direct oppoaitior.. W'c offer a pretty I Tall I\ack in the Imperial Early Eng- CLEAm NCE PRICE .75 ockers Arm Chairs We offer today a very fine line of Quartercut Oak Rock- ers and Arm Chairs These are high class goods, comfortable, and suitable for tlie parlor or living room. kept AND ALMOST NEW Furniture and Effects Including; PARLOR— Weatlu Ti'il Oak Ccntro Table, Wcathcjred Oulc Desli. (Upstairs) The Auctioneer, Stewart Williams Hope, deceitful a.s It Is, serv-CK .-it last to lead us to the cud of life along an agreeable road. Honor is like an island, nnd without harbors; we can never re- enter It once wo are on the outside. teen shillings a^yard, and I have given half a guinea for an un Watefed Ijabby." This Mr.

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