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Ntws Clasalfltd Ads.
Have proven tbelr worth by the
results   they   produce.     They   nil
iarge   or   small   wanta   at   small
The Weather.
New Westminster and the lower
mainland: Light to moderate winds;
generally fair, and colder at night.
Opening    of    International
Conference in London
Wirtl��*S   Telegraphy.   Boat  Drill   and
Lifesavlng Apparatus Are Subjects to Be Discussed.
London, Nov. 11.- -Not nnl> Bllip
owners and those who man their Ships
hnt all who travel are taking an Interest In the International conference
of safely at sea which holds Its opening meeting at tbe foreign office tomorrow, The lit. Hon. Sydney Buxton, president of the board of trade,
wlll welcome the delegates on behalf
of the government.
Besides the United States and Oreat I
llritain ten countries will be represent-!
ed, acceptances to the Invitations is- I
sued  hy the government  having been
received   from   llelglum. France,   the
-Nethi rlands,    Russia,    benmark, Germany, Norway,    Spain,    Canada    and
New Zealand,
(Jretit Britain la represented by nine
delegates all men of ripe experience
in shipping matters, and they will be
assisted by four expert advisors. The
delegates are: Lord Mersey, who was
���president of the court of Inquiry Into
the Titanic disaster, and whose whole
life has been occupied on the legal
side of shipping matters; K. 0. Mog
ridge, assistant secretary of the marine department of the board if trade;
I'apt A. It. I*' Young, professional officer and (' IlipwiMiil of the saint department; W. D, Archer, principal ship
surveyor of the board of trade; Sir
Archibald Denny, chairman of the de-
Murphy  Protests  Appointment of Malone as Collector of Port
New York, Nov. lit���The rank and
llle of Tammany Hail heard today
that Charles f. Murphy, their leader,
was about to protest to President
Wilson against the appoit'tment of
Dudley Field Malone as collH'tor or
the port of New York to succeed John
Purroy Mltehel, mayor-elect.
According to thc report detectlvef
have diligently gone over Mr. Ma-
lonc's report as assistant corporation
counsel of New York, with a view to
! learning whether he wus abBcnt for
i many weeks during the presidential
campaign and thereafter.
Their findings, accordlug to current
political gossip, were given to Mr.
Murphy last night. The story goes
that Mr Murphy consulted with several others high In the council of Tammany and decided to put forth every
effort to prevent Mr. Malone's nomination. Amplified accounts of the
story published here today, assert that
a trusted messenger, h-earing Murphy's
protest WU on the midnight train for
Mr. Malone Is a son-in-law of Senator O'dorman. who is not at odds with
the Tammany association.
Three &<*e People Killed or Drowned and Property Loss Wlu Reach Millions of Dollars���Full Estimate of Damage Only Now Becoming Known���Bodle�� Are Being
Washed Ashcre in Great Lakes Along With Wreckage���Many Vessels Reported
Powder also Pound In  Railway Storage Depot.
(Irand Junction, folo., Nov. 11.
One hundred pounds of giant powde'
and 50 sticks of dynamite accldentali"
found In the coal at the Fllo Grand'
Western railroad supply depot at He!
per, Utah today, spread a panic aninx
I_ost���Steel Freighter Sighted Pounding to Pieces.
I Lake Huron and the Detroit and Bt.
[Clair rivers alone, to be several hundred thousand dollars. Three of tbe
;wrecked steamers Increase the loss by
i $50U,OOU, while the scores   of    small
Chicago, Nov. 11 The    shores   cf
Lakes  Superior,  Huron and  Erie are
strewn tonight with the wreckage ef
a  three days' gale    and    snowstorm
which cost the lives of approximately I craft driven ashore In Lake Superior
three score people, turned bottom up iand  Lake Erie  will send    the    totai
in the middle of the lake a new steel   mucn Ulgher'    	
vesssl with   Its   crew,    wrecked    or I Pounding to  Pieces.
grounded numerous other craft and ! Port Huron, Mich., Nov. 11���Accord-
causing a loss which will run into ln�� -�� advices received (rem the
millions of dollars.
The full estimate of the damage be
reached    here    today.   Tbe    rescued
men were brought to Hougbton.
Worst In History.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 11.���With fair
and warmer weather predicted for tomorrow, Cleveland is hopeful tonight
of a speedy cessation of tbe difficulties that bave beset it since the worst
snowstorm ln its history descended
npon it Sunday night. A resumption
of the blizzard would cut off relief
from the food scarcity which the city
now    faces.    Rain    would    serieusly
Sir Stanley Buckmaster Ig
Elected by Increased
'faun-Han shore of Lake Huron seven
| dead bodies have been washed ashore         _���_
I near Kettfe Point trom a ship which ]^"  ^t^the" situation as flood con
gan only today wheu survivors began |lB being pounded to pieces far out In IfjflOM would ensue.
arriving  In  various  ports  with  tales!the lake.    Seven other bodies can b��
of  hardships and  heroic rescues sel.|8POn   roln"K  aUou,t   un the, <*"*''  of
,                  ._    ,  , the  Eteamer.    Only  a portion cf the
un known on the lakes. ;���_.������ __> .u���  _.___* _.��.._._. ���,._-,   ��....-.
, 1 name of the  boat can be seen  from
On laud the storm hit hardest   at i aliorc. Just the word "Queen."
Cleveland.  Ohio,  where  Ave  persons |    \-  |s believed she Ib the Northern
Ab a result of tbe disturbed state
of the lake, the drinking water haa
turned to the color of coffee and
warnings were issued by the health
department to boll it.
The total number of deaths was In
were killed and  ten others lost   and :QlIeelI, ���* ��eel freighter, 300 feet long. I     '__Y_\'��^ tofcAbJTjohn Rfch-
where   ��2,000,UOU damage was caii��ed; owned by the    ��*����"����   Tr.n.1.    **���,. creased to nve tooay wren jonu iuoi
to property.	
The  Death Toll.
The death toll with many ports un-
ri ported, ls told thus:
Twenty-flve or forty men probably
drowned In the overturning of a
freighter found floating In l_ake
hive   bodies  washed  ashore  at  St.
Mutual   Transit   ,_���.-,
pany, of Buffalo, NT, as this vessel J �����"^:
is unaccounted for.
The owners of the Northern Queen
hare wired that It any Queen vessel
ls ashore it Is pr-obabfy the North**~i���_^__^���_^__^_^^__^^
Queen as she has been missing since I Tl* work: of cleaning up the
ahe entered the  lake on Sunday.
Threat of  Indictment  for
Perjury Forces Witness
to Change Story. _,--_*
.ieorge   H. MeGuire  Admits He  Wa*
Author of Telegram���Breaks   .
-. ��� Down.
London, Nov. 11, ���i sir Stanley
BuckmaBter today held for the government the Keighley division, defeating Lord Lascelles, Unionist and Wm.
Bladd, Labor. Buckmaster polled
4730 votes, a substantial lead over the
3852  votes polled  by Lord Lascelles
/nd the 3646 polled by Bland.
Joe _ by-election    In   Keighley was
made decenary by the appointment of
Mr.   Buckmaster to be solicitor general    in    succession to Sir John A.
Simon, who became attorney general
on tbe elevation of Sir Rufus Isaacs
to be lord chief Justice.    Mr. BuckmaBter has held the seat since 1911,
when Sir J. Brlgg, Liberal, resigned
in his favor.   In the laBt election Mr.
Buckmaster defended his seat againat
W. H. Acworth, Unionist, securing a
majority of 825, which majority he hag the wltneM ItaDd alnK>rt ln
now -Increased to 880.   The total vote'
polled at the  former    election    was
11,90,  whereas  12,228  registered   at
the  present election, an  increase
was crushed to death by
the collapse of the roof at his house
beneath the weight of snow, and WB-
Ham Combert was frozen in a snow
__________________ H
waa  furthered  this  afternoon   when
partment committee on bulkheads and   the enKlneers and firemen of engines
watertight     compartments;   Sir   Nor- j stopping  for  fuel
man lllll, chairman of the merchant
snipping advisory committee; Sir
.lohn Biles, chairman of the department committee on  boats and davits
The explosive Is believed to ha;"
li����� placed In the fuel bv .ympathiz.
ers with the Colorado c-oal strikers
The coal   was   shipped  to  the  supp'
Sues for $350,000.
Quebec. Nov. 11 ���It Is understood
that Reno Dupont, traffic manager of
the Canada snd Gulfpoit Terminal
railway hu entered an action against
II, J. Lyons, vice-president and M. J.
O'Brien, president and the company
for the sum of 1350,000. Dupont demands a rendition of accounts In respect to iirKunizatlnn and workings
of the Canada and tiulfport Terminal
company In which ho ls financially Interested.
In  Renlna Too.
Itcglua,   Not    11     A   police  matron
was appoint! d  by  Mayor Martin this
morning and took up her duties today.
and  ��hn  was one of  the advisors  to i depot Irom Castle Cate, Sunnyslde and
lh��  president of  the  Titanic  Inquiry. | olher Utah towns,
and rapt. A.  Illake, deputy master of
Trinity bouse.
The expert advisors sre: Capt. F.
C. Loring, late of the royal navy, uowj
Inspector of wlreleea telegraphy to
the poneral postofflce; Commander II.
W. ('. Hepworth of the meteorological
office; Commander J. W. T. Charles,
commander of the Lusltania aud J. II.
Nillson. aeneral secretary of the Seamen's union
The American delegates are: Senator T. BL Burton, of Ohio; A B. Alexander, of the bureau Of fisheries;
Chlet Constructor __Y I.. Capps. Commander \V. II <;. Iiullard, commander
QOorgU I1', Cooper, of the U. S. navy:
K. T. Chamberlain, commissioner of
navigation, secretary of the delegation; Supervising Inspector Oeneral 0,
I'hlir. steamboat inspection service;
II. L, Perguson. genernl manager Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock
company; A. <i. Smith, vice-president
of the New York nnd Cuba Mall S. S.
���company nnd Andrew Furuscth. president of the International Seamen's
Big Task.
The delegates have a big task ahead
���of tbem, the subjects to be considered
coming   under   the   following   heads:
Boats and life saving appliances:
bulkheads and watertight compart-
msnts; fir�� extinguishing appliances;
efficient manning of tho boats; boat
drill, flre drill and bulkhead drill; ex-
tended use of tlte wireless telegraph;
assistance   to   ships   In   distress;   Ice
warnings to ships:   steamship routes
to be observed.
On many of these nr tiers there Is
no principle at stake "betts for all"
for  Instance  an   ncjepUJ   policy,   as
Is the nocoBslty for c .tpulsory wire
Jess.    The conferenca  will aim  at  a
unlf' rmlty of pract :e and will try to
decide   lo  which   vessels  these  compulsory regulations nre to extend.
Der.-.nd Wireless.
For example the Seamen's union deJ
mands that all cargo steamers shall
have   wireless   Installation   while  the
owners object to the expense.
On the other hand, the better subdivision of the ships, to make them as
far  up  practicable   unslnkable,   Is  a
highly  technical   mutter,  which  shipbuilders snd ship owners will watch
very closely to see that they are not
too far hampered or penalized.
Other questions, such us boat and
fire  drills,   have   usually   been  dealt
wllh by domestic regulations and to
reach  an  agreement  national   prejudices wlll have to be subordinated to
thn general Interest.
Lord    Mersey,    who. ns a lawyer,
judge, and  latterly   president  of  the
Important commissioners  has had a
wide experience tn  shipping law,  Is
however, looked upon as the mun best
calculated to guide the conference to a
successful end.
It Is Interestlrig in connection with
the conference that the I/ondon Firemen's and Sailors' union has passed
a resolution binding its members not
1o sign on any ocean going steamer
after Muy 1. 1914 unless such steamer
���carries wireless.
Three bodies washed ashore on the
west shore of Laae Huron.
Three bodies washed ashore opposite the position of the overturned
Six member.* of a lightship drowned
In Lake Erie near Buffalo. N.Y.
Seven bodies washed ashore at
Kettle i'oint. Lake  Huron, and seven
No help can be sent to the boat as I snow  ceased    for
the  lifesavlng  crew  Is several  mffes S hundred   workmen     ^^^^^^^^^
Joseph, on t_u_ Canadian side ot Lake  awBy asii the seas are too heaw fori ting tourteea eity street car lines in
Huron (tour had belts marked "Wex- any ^.^tanee to he sent out.   ' .order antf others   probably    will   be
ford'   and  one   wore  a  belt  marked   working on a schedule by tomorrow:.
���London"). pj��- Yoaitg Men. In the menntime telegraph and    tele
Bt Joseph, Ont. Nov. 11.���The ptone companies cleared a-way a large
bodies of five drowned men, all with',part of the wreckage resulting from
life belts on. four of which had mark-1 the destruction of telephone poles
cd on them "Wexford" an-S the other iand established a few connections
���Loudon," were round on L?.ke Huron 'with neighboring cities. The wort
beach, five miles south of here this ef rwhafciHtatjcn so far has developed
morning. All th* men were young > (hat the vortex of the blizzard wss
and apparently sailors.
It is thought -basis tiiat the bodies
Harry Toy Charged With
Violating Mann Act���Is
Well Known.
Created Sensation Three Yeara   Ago
When He Married Daughter
of Minister.
other bodies rolling on thc decks of a [ wer*'those of men who perished when
ship wrecked there. ithe hitherto  unknown freighter  was
Maay Escapes. I rotmtl. bottom np, north of sarnia.   It
The escapes from death werej-g almost assured now that the Big
numerous. After the storm about,boat, the name of which ft was fm-
Frlday midnight had blown away the j peasfblc to (lnd ont. is the -Wexford."
forward part of the ship. Captain J. 	
W    Duddleson, of the steamer !_.  S. Suffered Exposal*.
Waldo, navigating by a small inac- Calumet, Mich.. Nov. 11. ��� The
curate compass, ran his vessel on a j ��teemer L. C. Waldo, of the Robinson
reef. The crew suffered intense bun- j Transportation compaay, went to
ger until their rescue today. I pieces last night on Oull rock. Mani-
The crew of the Turret Chief, when | ton island.   The crew- ms rescued by
limited to an area of some fifty miles
around C foreland.
it is believed that Hsa steamer 6.
jr. Gram mer. which weat aground off
Loral... win be save* A breeches
buoy was In position ready to take off
Captain John Burns, of Buffalo, N.T.,
and hia crew of 23 if danger threatened.
The hospitals are greatly handicapped. Some lack proper food and
others have had to do with candle
light Three h' idred passengers are
reported marc ied In four interurban
ears at Gates Mills near bere late to-
New York, Nov. 11.���George H. McGulre, of Syracuse, wbo denied under
oath last Thursday that be had sent
a telegram to John A. Hennessy, former Governor's Sulzer's graft investigator, relative to political contributions, admitted today he was the author of the telegram.
A threat of Indictment for -perjury
was hanging over him when the admission felt from his lips and he left
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ a state
of collapse. A physician was called
to attend him.
MeGuire was testifying for the second time ln the John Doe inquiry
instituted by District Attorney Whitman into Hennessy's charges that
contractors on state work had been
"sandbagged" fnto making campaign
contributions to Tammany HaH.
Hennessy testified that he obtained
most ot his Information from MeGuire
and that the latter had sent him a
telegram from Syracuse signed- I'M"
setting forth that William H. Kelly,
Democratic leader of Onodaga county
had been helping Arthur A. McLean,
treasurer of Ute Democratic state com
mlttee to "shake down" state highway contractors.
MeGuire unequivocally denied last
Thursday that he had anything to do
with the telegram.
District Attorney Whitman sent before the grand jtiry today three witnesses who gave testimony to show
that MeGuire had not told the truth.
One of these wae Miss OIHe Collier, a
stenographer In MeOulre"s office, another was a typewriter expert, who
took with him a typewriter which had
beeu brought Oorn McGoire's offfce.
Washington,    Nor.    11���President The stenographer testllled. It Is-w
���.��� ____TT_wT      -__i   �� ,m K_.m��rf derstood. that the machine was   one
WHsoaa cabinet stands firmly behind whjch   McCnfre   h,mge|.    frequently
htm hs his efforts to force the retire- ust,d ���,} ,->. expert declared that the
ment of Provisional President Huerta letters on the original of the telegram
-corresponded   in    their   peculiarities
��A rerlO*"* Stands Behind Wil-
son���Elimination Is Only
Solution. ���
Frequent Communication Between the
United States and Foreign Powers
���Closer UntSsrstsrixtm*.
tbe ship struck the    rocks   In    Lake;the  Portage   Lake   shi-p  cannei   life- ]day.    Relief parties are on  the way
Superior,  were   forced  to go  ashore j saving men who arrived on a tug Just j to -them,  but are encountering nur,e
scantily clad. in  time  to  save  the sailors,  all    of
It was impossible to even estimate: whom suffered terr'.bly from expos-
the total loss to vessels totally wreck-jure. The boal wenr; ashore Saturday,
ed or damaged by grounding. Sbtp-. but her Identity r as not learned un-
pera in Detroit estimated the Iobb Im til news of the    life-savers   exploit
Not until the snow clears away will
the police be able to solve tbe mystery of numerous disappearances reported to them.
as a necessary step to tbe pacification
of Mexico. For more than two hours
the -cabinet discussed today every
phase of the Mexican situation. The
concensus of opinion was tbat the
United States should not take a single
backward step in its program to re*-
store constitutional government in
Mexico. j
It became known that all the secre-1
tarles favored steps which would convince Huerta that the United States
was In earnest in its demands Some
of the cabinet minister! *{��cognised
in the lifting of emb���Tgo am arms a
Constable Sentenced.
Ileglna, Nov. 11 Canadian Pacific
railway Constable Taylor wns sentenced to nine months ln jail this morning
for stealing $70 from Frank Stelpn, a
traveller en route to Winnipeg late
Inst Krlday.
B. C. Rifle Associations.
Ottawa, Nov. 11. -Mllltla orders Issued today authorize the establishment of rifle associations nt Merritt,
UC, Lower Nicola, IB.O,, Cranbrook,
B.C., Wanseca Sask., and Dowln Alta.
Bosttle, Nov. 11 -Harry Toy, t
wealthy Americanized Chinese, was
arrested last night by Special Agon:
It. Byron, of the depsrtment of Justice
nil t riurge.of violating th. Mann act
In nidklrtg a' white Blave of floldle
C.oddell. i* fear old daughter of Hev.
T. C. Oodd>H of Portland, Ore. Toy
was arraigned defore United Stair.
Commissioner W. I). Totten today and
remanded to the cobttty Jail tn default
o; *r>odO bail.
Tiy, who has been prominent In Chinese-American activities In Bsa'.tl-1 for
many years, created a sensation three
years ago when he married Christie
(loddell. a worker In a Portland Mission where Toy attended school, Se*��
after the marriage Toy's wife dlerf
and her sister, Goldie, grlovln,; t.ver
Mrs, Toy's death, entered a convent
Government agents allege that after
months of pleading Toy Induce 1 Goldie Ooddell to leave the convent and
come to Seattle to live wltb him.
After living together for a ilmi It
Is alleged that Toy placed the girl In
an Immoral resort. Special Agent
Bryon s&ld he had evidence that Miss
Gcddell tried to escape but Toy had
caught her and brought her back, telling her that if she ever left him lie
would notify the Chinese tongs aud
she would be sent back to him or
The government agents got on Toy's
trail through Information given an
agent of the Y.W.C.A. by a woman In
the resort with Toy's slave.
The detectives found notes written
on Bcraps ot paper among the girl's
effects which they believe Indicate a
plan to allay suspicion It the girl wa.-t
found dead. One note aald: "Harry
Toy killed me accidentally. Him and
I was quarrelling and the gun went
off accidentally." Another note said
she committed suicide and asked that
her father he notified. Special agent
Bryon believes these notes were written by Toy,
Bright Hopss Entertained for Retain.
ing Cold Storage Plant���Another
Mttting This Morning.
Bright hopes now are entertained
for retaining the Columbia Cold Storage company's plant on the New
Westminster waterfront A committee
of the local branch of the B. C. Manu.
lecturers' association on Monday received assurance from W. H. Barker,
of the B. C, Packers, tbat that company was ulncare lh not wanting to
leave this city, and that a proposltio"
would be considered.
Following meetings of the B. C.
Manufacturers' association and the
slty eouncll yesterday, a conference
wtth George Cassady, manager of the
Columbia Cold Storage company, will
be held this morning at 11 o'clock In
Mayor Gray's office.
An attractive proposltio* wlll bs
held out to Mr. Cassady. This Is accord IM to the statement given out
last night, and most v**. concerned
are optimistic of Interesting the cold
storage co'fteern.
When thtf manufacturers met yesterday at 2:30 p.m. the oommlttee of
J n.-J. Rickman, John R. Duncan. L. B.
Lusby, who Interviewed Mr. Barker
was empowered to represent the association before the ctty council, whan
It met at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, lt wlll be .this oommlttee
which meets Mr. Cassady this morning.
Whether or not the Columbia Cold
Stor&ge company will stay here seems
now to blng on the arrangements
which can be made at the conference
thla morning.
Confession of Negro en Trial for Life
Read In Ceurt���Used Plsce of
Water Pipe,
practical and perhar* early solution ot I,>*$__**** ���J,��** *fc2JB��S?��������f
the difficulty, but there was no flnal!tne telegram ��, aoon as he took   the
decision on that point
titHtmncos at Werk.
There ie a hope on the part of the
president and Secretary Bryan thrj,
a measure go radical as pennt^jg.
exportation g of arms may c0t be required to Bolve the probiem, influences
are at work wh^ nf the opinion ot
mAnv    ntllnt _, __.    vt��� -���
Member for Westminster  ***** T��ip
Wae for Departmental Buelnee*
���Redistribute Wll,
$100,000 a Day.
Edmonton. Nov. 11���So tar the citizens have paid In IS3MIT.M In taxes
for this year. The reoelnts today were
by far the heaviest yet, as up to t
o'clock this afternoon, mora than
$100,000 had crossed the counters In
the north and south side offices of
tho city assessor.	
Los Angeles, Cat, Nov. ll.���The
confession ot Burr L. Harris, a negro, to the murder of Mrs. Rebecca
P. Oa:', a Christian Science practitioner, w.-.s read to the Jury tn the
C'lr.ul de.jrtment ot tbe superiorfj
court, tvher. Harris" trial Is in
gress. - ������ s
In tho confession ftbl.b was givst
while Harris was In Jail At fun OiMo;
ibe n ;rc .'.drjltted having beaten MM
Gay to death In her Offices in a Attn
town building in this elty. He told
of having used a piece ot water pipe
which he had rolled In a piece of
wrapping paper. He said he entered
her office with the Intention of asking the uae ot the telephone, but had
found Mrs. day using that Instrument
In an tuner room and had struck her
down with the pipe Just ae ehe concluded a telephone conversation.
Then, according to the confession,
he tried to throw the body out of the
window to mako It appear that she]
had met death tt an accidental tall,1
but fonld not accomplish that, ro he
laid It on tbe floor and covered tt
with papers which he found on her
desk. He admitted emntylng heir
purse which w*a believed to oontaln
between US and ISO.
Several witnesses testified that on
September it, the day he-fan Mrg.
(lay's body was food, they Md soon
Harris loitering shoot the the build,
lng wbere her offices were feasted.
"Trade conditions appear to be on a
sound tooting in the east and everywhere there la an optimistic tone in
the air as regards business for the
coming months."
Th'i statement was made by Col.
X D. Taylcr, M.P., to The News toV
Wo-flowing hla return from Ottawa yesterday mornfeg.
"Government Mdtistlcs given ont
during the past tttf Mys indicate tht
volume ot trade whieh it being dene
tt the Dominion and figures cannot
He." ho said.
"My business nt Ottawa? Ok. I
make such a trip every yenr before
parliament opens In order to .take af
departmental business and alao mak*
known Jnst what mi dlstriet requires
tt the nature ot appropriation. Tha
appropriation bill gaaermlty cornea an;
the aecond week et parliament and ft
ts always wen let get the raqalremeata
posted in time." ���
Asked nbout the redistribution
Mr. Taylor atatod tkat It will un*
edly oome np at the next session,
tact It has to ba brought np according
to law which requires a redlstribatloa
ot seats ovary ton yean aecee-dkg to
the latest census tlgnres.
"Do ran think tt�� Marttieee pra-
vtncee will toe* ont In members-hipr
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Edmonton7 ifife M.-The ��M��iat
opening of the eehool ot
wM take place *��t week,
lng eierclsee'
Vermillion *-  ,.���, .___
Vermillion on Monday, ��br. IT, Cl��NK[a tpected dm ��air goveraaihat m
holm. Nov. It ��Ml at Olds. Irtoay,Ittr   Dwiat Milter at tin MM
Nov. Sl.   The aatoool will be open Nrfeot Taylor met R. C. ~
impaction dartag the afternoon an*
classes wlU b��*jWnd e* Ih the d��L_-,,,.
ferent lines of    ttwctlon given at the rii
school ao as to show visitor* the ea-
[two ot the werfcfadefta-hltt
itlon Mlt,
sasion. tt
'"Oh. yea, thtt *m undoubtedly
pea althowgk    aotleed In tk* |
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 |H1. thia toe win t
sttion wit taijallr depend on ufetnt-
fltade the goeenaent win take on the
fTOMihent amber of M,<
oan whkj*:"	
OA ���:'.-__���_* s_* mr,
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with the letters on the machine.
McGetre was informed at his botel
of tbe contemplated action of the dlatrlct attorney against blm and soon
afterward his friends telephoned to
Mr. Whitman Baying be had collapsed.
Tbey wanted to know. Mr. Whitman
said, what he would promise If Me-
Outre told the truth." Tbe district
attorney replied he would promise
nothing, but that McGulr* would be
indicted for perjury tt he did cot tell
the truth.
many offlc^,,, ���_, ****** tSd early
collapse tf the HuerU regime.
Tuere Is a closer understanding and
���fibre frequent communication between
the state department and foreign governments generally than have been tt
evidence at any time since the Mexican problem became so widely international.
Through ambassadors abroad aad
through the diplomatic corps In Wash-
(Continued oa Page FOar.)
stand and. -*.. ?sKfil if he had **t%
ton It >*
"/fes," said the witness in scarcely
audible tones. "I have refreshed ipy
memory.   I wrote it"
"You wrote and composed it alone
tn your office JT asked the district st-
torney. , t
"I did." replied the witness.
Mr. Whitman then begnn to ******
i'.rti* Ut. McGulre ln regard to a conversation With Hennessy at Utica, to
which, according to the graft investigator. McGulre tht* a list ot contractors who had been "sandbagged" bt
his testimony Thursday the witnese.
denled bavlng given Hennessy this tt-
MeGuire eras visibly nervo-tu-   .
"Aa I remember It" he saM, ���mr
testimony aa to that waa correct" .
Counterfeiting ln New Weetalatter.
That may eeem atraage hat the ap-
paratua hcoaght tt from kappertoa
by bant poUee bean Oat the statement IBM a hand ot eojaatertelten
hM keen baay to the eaat ead ton-
ttt oat nuittaa haMasMar oolaa ot
a ends kf__l crude eao��h aa tob
deuetioa ky aay general haa Her
:, *M�� wha tko memben :*f the ^_
wen hu yet to he dlaeeesred al-
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ttradahaw that -ene member mt tka
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English  and  German  Scientists  May
Throw New Light on Some
London, Nov. 11.���Even since l'rof.
Roentgen discovered the mysterious
"rays" which bear Ills name, it has
been a puzzle as to what these rays
could be. They seem like a form of
light���they give out light under proper conditions. Or rather they cause
plates and screens prepared with certain chemicals to become luminescent
or fluorescent, as the physicists say,
when  they are bombarded by the X-
While there still is a great deal of oratorical fireworks
across the international border anent the divine right of
Uncle Sam to do what he likes in the matter of shipping j���-}',8-  , .     .    ���    ,
,,, i_.i-.r_ iii        i _���_._��� "ut toherwlse the do  not   (or did
rates through the Panama cmal, b'gosh, some of the wise not seem to) act like ordinary light at
ones there have come to see just where the United States j"11- for example, when ordinary itgbt
.       ,    .     ,. ,, j   _��� kit.       i       u ��    _-���    Is passed through a prism it Is bent
stands in the matter and, from a  We should worry; atti- lifttiy out of its etraight-iine course,
ami the degree of bending varies with
the color��� that ls, with the wave
length of that light. So, when a compound light like sunlight is put through
the prism it is split up into all the
colors of the rainbow.
Again, ordinary light rays when
passed through certain substances,
like turmallne, are "polarized" ���that
is, only those vibrations w hich lie in
a particular plane get through. Aud,
again, it is possible to measure the
"wave length" or ordinary light, even
Conservation of Tholr Vital Forces Is
Their Only Hope.
"Asthenia" means "without
strength," and it describes a condition of general debility. Nerve weakness is "neurasthenia," and muscular weakness ls "myasthenia," but
the word without cny prefix whatever
means a general weakness of the sys-
U 1 that the sufferer brings Into life
wltb him. In infancy a child wttl
asthenia is incapable of prolonged
muscular effort. Tbe normal baby
screams lustily and kicks vigorously,
but the asthenic baby cries feebly a'
I' fatigued and nurses wit1, slow end
feeble movements.
Sech children cut their flrst teeth
late, wtth a good deal of digestive
disturbance; they catch disease easily and are slow to stand and walk.
The motor apparatus ��� that Is, tbe
nerves and muscles used ln moving
the body���is not and probably never
will be capable of much hard work.
In later years, e=-e:ially during
adolescence, life goes more hardly
wlt^i the asthenic person. His lack rf
stamina may sbow Itself ln any one
of a number of ways���among others
backache, chorea, weak eyes, weak
heart, slowness of wit, poor digestion
or undue fatigue a. er ordinary exertion. These symptoms all Indicate
that the asthenic person cannot work
or play like other people, but must
arrange his life with regard to tils
constitutional weakness.
Many asthenics are persons of superior intelligence and moral force,
and they often ofTset their _.h#_ical
limitations by an exercise of will. The
ability thus to exert the will and to
triumph over fatigue marks tbe dlf-
i ference between them and the neura*-
of  those   waves  which   lie   far  above;-       , .       .      ,     .    . , _.,
and far below the limit j of visibility. tle"'c or ,n,e *lmv}y, lndoleni'-.,���.> ,
But all this was Impossible with tlie ! ��� The greatest mistake ****** ��*
v.ray�� j the asthenic type can make is to use
..,;  iv., ���,v, - !.-.,���   ,i     ���>.- his will  power In  an effort  to  keep
On the other hand,  the X-rays are , h ^ , ,e |n ,helr w���.k
generated  when a  metal   plate    in  a^d    ���.._    Hp r*n Q\,eB ���old ,ll8 0wn
vacuum tube l�� bombarded by an elec-  ,��� th�� baUle of llfe 6nrpri_ingiy well,
trlcal stream    It is one ot the greatest   ,������ h_ cannot do ��� by -burning the
discoveries of recent years  that this | candla a, bolh PndH -   Slu.CPSa |n life
tude they have turned to an expression of views distinctly
apologetic. The reason is plain and that reason is Canada.
Great Britain made the protest against the United
States proposal to break the Hay-Pauncefote agreement
by allowing American coastwise shipping free passage
through the big ditch and barring the coastwise shipping
of other nations from the same privilege. Because Great
Britain entered the protest, most of the resultant attention was directed at the London centre of the empire, but
the folks across the border have gradually come to realize
that Great Britain and Canada are one and that it was
over Canada's rights the objection had been lodged, because it was Canada's coastwise shipping that was most
It is not a sentimental regard for Canada's feelings .  ,	
that has altered American oninion- oh no  nothing like t'l'*f,rlcal stream, thia beautiful glow t0. thB Mtbenlc means a careful con
Ii! 2 Vt    flt       American tiyimim, on no, nuuuiig lure ��.������,.��� la Rt,en ,���glde thp vacuum tubes u    of   ��� the vltal forcc8 froir
that. Uncle Sam likes to be friendly, but he never lets it is due to myriads of electric -atoms-j hour t0 hour
interfere with business and it's the yeast of a hard busi- SWe^Hc1^8^ f��r^*airw����r
ness reason that has been leavening the loaf over the way.' example,.  But while the weight' and
To get at the root of the matter you.have to travel a,con-12%X fi| ^ZiXT^^l
piderable distance north from Panama to the neighbor- uremem could be made with the -x
hood of the Great Lakes.   Over those inland waterways
Canada and the United States have an agreement for* the
use of the lakes, straits and passages on equal terms. I c^u^wm "S
While Canada has a Soo canal of her own, she still has the
privilege of using the American locks and the Americans
have the freedom of the St. Lawrence, all on equal terms;
but Canada is not obliged to use a single mile of the Ameri-1^J"!'"1.p���,la1tr1 "u'cl! "*?t;"' "?:, ��f| tippwTFor" a""~momenT it" '
can passages and the Americans, if they are to keep |i^^A^.^!����J}"����������|..vo����ht that he had swerved i
the running must use the St. Lawrence. Furthermore the
Canadian waterways, the Georgian Bay ship canal and the
deepened Welland canal, will be more of a necessity to
U. S. vessels than the Panama canal is to Canadian bottoms. The two Canadian canals will let ships out of the
salt water into the lakes and vice versa. Barred from
them American shipping on the lakes would be paralyzed
Had Them Breathless i'or a Moment.
A regular customer at a certain
r-staurant was a confirmed uon-
tipper. Not only -so. but he loudly advised his friends not to tip At last,
says The Manchester Guardian, the
waltressas resolved to give hlm a lesson. One brouglt hlm his change be-
,      ,. , fore his friends.     It was ls. 5d.. all
t,    a maln   ln coppers, neatly spread on a tray.
rays."    And so the puzzle remained.
Very  recently, however,  some English and German physicists have found
Ich react in a very pe-
crystals. and the rough edges of mica
plates and the like, it has been discovered, will act like a glass prism to
the rays, bo that the  latter can now
The mean man looked at It, and bis
friends thought that this time he
would have to *t,ivo something.
"There's a penny." Ba\d  the  non-
 ghi   mat   ne   r.ao   owerveo   irom
stablished that the rays are1 (,1s principles, but be added. "Now
actually little pulses of light. But they voung woman, take all that away
tern Incredibly thin and small. Ordi- kmi get me a Bhilling and a six-
nury light waves are measured in frae! pence."
tlons of a metre-very small fractions! -    --	
- to be exact. In millionths of a thousandth of a metre. A millionth of a
thousandth of a metre is called a ml
jbie rays are 7b Oor Mn of these unit
��     ,i        ���.��� ~.i     .   ���      -i        _���  _ . ��� i        i       ta length, and the shortest, at the vlo-
Authorities say that inside ot ten years Canada, by beat end of the spectrum, are about
means of the Georgian Bay ship canal and the deepened fej,.1^18 IK>Bh}biB t0 ���measure nltra"
Welland canal, will control the trade of the Great Lakes, i unit's iT^hth. "Wno ""method "of
She will have thirty feet of water and no trans-shipment measurement has yet been devised
�� i-i -_.i        a.   _.i_ ,i        \t \-      i .      which  can   give anv  accurate   id'a  ot
of cargoes, while, without them, the New York route [the waves in the x-ray puises Probably they are not a thousandth pari of
the size of the smallest of the ultraviolet.
But now that their nature :,as been
determined, now that they can be "refracted" and "polarized" just like ordinary light, it Is only a matter of time
when marvellous Instrument-make���
i and Ingenious experimenters will find
a way to determine their actual dl-
When they do we shall have a new
weapon in the search Into nature
mysteries; and alread. researches In
this field promise to throw new llghl
upon the structure of atoms and mole
eiiie*' -that Is, the structure of thai
"matter" amid which we live and a
part of which we are.
The Peoples of Italy.
There  ls  a  marke,   difference   In
cron, and a thousandth part of this isl D^le o'f^norTb'naTy^LTTh^e'ot
called a m.cromlcon   The longest ��*  E**#8 ,��falyn��QJfflaS****
niu    i-*.     '.*    ti i"__     .li   ii.,'-    ...  t    i.f    ��� li _-.:_.. *
would still be over the old trail by lake and rail, or, if by
water, it would involve trans-shipping twice to avoid the
twelve-foot Erie barge canal.
It is therefore plain to see why the eagle does not
screech so loudly these days when Panama canal rates
are mentioned and why Canada can afford to sit tight and
bide her time in the argument which has ensued over the
���disregarded Hay-Pauncefole treaty.
Lombards, who about F>f. S took possession of norther Italy and permanently established themselves In
the rich valley watered by tbe Po and
its affluents, were of Teutonic stock,
their original home having beeu the
region on the left bank of the Kibe,
round about Madgeburg and Lnne-
burg. Germany, while the Italians
south of Lombardy are of the old
lAtln siof-k. Tbln fact explains tbe
physical anl other differences between the people from tbe north and
the people from tbe south of Italy.
A wild man has been caught in a Missouri forest with
a small swarm of bees concealed in his wooden leg. No
wonder the poor simp was wild.
With a woman policeman on the beat in New Westminster, it's a safe bet crooks who come to this town in the |   Beattle, Nov. 11    i ������,   ������
future will have a couple of mice bulging their hip poe-11*0 (i,i{'s haVB been aKki'' '
kets instead of a black jack.
e       of
15-year-old 1j>:s Harttleld, daughter ol
Mr   and   Mrs   II.  Harttleld, 2110  Sev
i-nth avenue, who disappeared fn tl
her home .Saturday evening and bas
inot  returned.    The  onlv  clue  to  the
A dry goods store ad. the other day contained the fol- ���Klrl'K "Hereabouts is a message given
Cistern Kilters.
Cisterns that are properly constructed and receive rain water from
roofs generally afford waler cf go.d
sanitary quality, but if water ol
doubtful quality is stored in elaternr
the supply Is of course not rate t_t
domest'c use. Fllterr used "n con-
ri"-~ti'in with cisterns are of value ii
making the water clear, but are gin-
erallj of nu value ln removing disea-vi
germs. Many ciBternB are divide into two parts by a brick wall, t'ie water
being admitted into one compartment
and drawn from the other, tn Bi'eli
cisterns the water passes through tin
brick and in that way Is Improved In
i harness and co'or, but not generally
Id sanitary quallt;'.
lowing: "In petticoats you will find some beauties in our
store," and the management has been wondering at the
growth in the number of male customers.
Broke Dp the Klmw.
A  man in  I'aris made a good deal
��� ii.*.     ihibii.lng   a   curious  animal      Tbe    most   Interesting  feature
ni :' e show wan llie fact that no one
coui 1 loll lo wbat species the antmi I
lr, .,   hn.  t.i   .,.,  .i     .   .1 ���,. '"Mi I   i'-ji   ii,   wuui   ay-.:'*--   IUC   ailiui-l
��t��?LI' T��h.M ^eB.r.1WM.g��?ln| '������'������"'��� The showman professed
to i-icirna. rhe authorities ,,r Seal thai be dldn'l know, and tl.e specials and   racoma Have been furnished tors hasarded many guesses. One day
With   description:.,   bul   .,   combing   ol ���   *,  ���������,   entered,   accompanied   by  u
Madame Pavlova, the dancer, arrived on this continent the other day with two hundred trunks. They must
have been bathing trunks, judging from the amount of
clothes she doesn't wear when .-she dances.
both litb-H during the past thlrty-alv
| hours has failed to disclose tbe child ���
j whereabouts.
In  company  with  e   friend  of  tbe
A prominent educator says that every young man
should know how to cook.   With apologies to the p. e. it
might be timely to suggest in these days of high cost Iiv-    The father is an employe or lining that before marrying every young man should know ?��*�� K!',ri'' company.   The girl
-   �� .-...������.. 'has   loin-   eyes,   dark   hair  and     was
dressed In h brown tailored suit when
she i.*ft bome,
Immediately tbe wondrous anl-1
mal bumped its back like a dlmlnu-1
tt vi camel aud began to hiss and splt.j
��� The   mysterj   was  solved     It   waB  n
Hartneid family, the girl attended a   shived cat!  The show dosed up that
local theatre Saturda-.   night.    At  the   verj   day,  but   no one denies  that al
conclusion of the performance An- re    man who co tld Rhave a cat deserved
fused   to  return   to her home,  Inform     10   n Sks   n   .ney.
ing her escort  Hint   sbe   was going  i.,
Tacoina    tiks was the last seen ol
her by friends,
"She  was B  model  Child  and  never
did   anvthtug  of  ihis   kind   before.     I
don't think ahe eloped and I rear she
met   with   foul  play,"  said   Mrs.   Hail     kgtlnsi tl
field  lhis afiernoon. I  do   '
Secretary of Labor Wilson of  United
Statet Only Specimen of His
Kind In Captivity.
I Seattle. Nov. 11. That many thou-
[lands of Immigrants will come to the
! I'acific coast as soon as the Panama
j canal Ib -opened and cheaper lr,iiis|Kir
[tattoo is afforded Is the opinion of
J William n. Wilson, secretary of la-
'bor. The new cabinet member bases
this belief, not upon hastily formed
'conclusions, but upon Information obtained by him from hls department's
agents In Kurope. Primarily, he Is
not interested In Inducing Imniigra
tlon, but In seeing that the Immigrants
!are of the right kind, and has a corps
[of men working to this end Incidentally he believes the coal mines of
Alaska should be opened as aoon as
Secretary Wilson arrived in the olty
Monday night, for the first time In his
life, having come westward across the
Canadian Pacific for the purpose of
looking into the immigration stations
en route. lie will remain a guest bere
until Thursday morning next, when he
leaves for Han Krancisco. 1Mb visit
is in connection with the convention
of the American Federation Of l.abor,
before which he will deliver au address,  probably on Wednesday.
"We are anticipating much Immigration to the Pacific coast." he said
"Our agents In Kurope have been
looking into the matter, but 10 far
they have been unable to discover tbat
any great number of tickets have been
sold on   the  instalment  plan.
"One or tlie principal things upon
which   the   department   of   labor     Is
working is the conveying of informs.
tion to aliens -first, as to the restrictions imposed by law: Becond, as to
the information which the government
might properly convey regarding the
acquisition of land and other matters. Our primary purpose is not to
settle aliens on the land, but to convey to them an understanding or the
restrictions on lnadmlsslbles
Thousands Sacrifice  All.
"Thousands of people In Kurope
every year sell their possessions with
a, view to emigrating to the United
States, only to (lnd that they must
return whence they came. What the
department is trying to do Is to stop
these inellglbles before they start.
"Mr. Caminetti, chief of the immigration bureau, has been considering
the problem of settling Kuropean Immigrants upon the government reels
mation projects, but Just how far he
has progressed I am unable to say
! My own belief is that the 'back to the
land' movement never will be successful until such time as the living eon
dltions on the farms are made jiiHt as
comfortable and entertaining as Lbe
living conditions In the cities."
I'nilk" most federal office holderB.
Secretary Wilson has not the sllghest
use for B press agent. He sends oul
no interviews through his secretary,
and has no prepared remarks for the
press. If the newspapers want to In
terview him, well and good. He Is
���j-'liing to give them a portion of Ills
time and to answer any question asked, ir he doesn't want to answer it. lie
simply says, "1 don't want to discuss
that question just now." and that's all
there Is to it. He has made up Mh
mind on the proposition, and. like hls
eminent namesake In the executive office, he keeps It made up.
He is Tar more interested In Hi" sue
cess of hls department than In getting
his name and hla IdeaH Into the newspapers. His work, he thinks, will
speak for Itself, and apparently he li
quite willing to stand or fall by it
without any assistance from tin- press
Hy this it Is not to be inferred that he
Is anything but affable. He is willing
to talk and talk clearly, concisely and
intelligently on aay subject when
asked about it, but he volunteers no
"No," he answered politely, when
'"-ki'd If he would make some remarks pertaining to the American
l-ederation of Labor, "I have nothing
to say on that subject." Then he
leaned over confidingly.
"One of the duties of my office," be
explained, "Ih to act as mediator in
labor disputes, and It would come
with very 111 grave for me to indulge
in either fulsome praise or captious
criticism on any particular organization. Most people know where 1 stand
nn these labor problems. If tbey
don't they'll find out arter a while"
That's all there was to that sub-
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MRS.    C    C    FISHER,   TBACHBI.   OK
pianoforte,   harmony Hint Btngtns.     Tu-
i.ii" Mi,,*,, "-.fuiy  prtparvd for ssamtns-
tlult In It. A    M   unit it. C   M. l-'ur l.nin
npl'lv fini TtilrU nv��.|iu��'.
MK*    l-ll.t.-i
ri.ni.it"! i*.
mh-.Nl, r
:43  Kcupy St., Now   Wast-
ii,.' lata Professor AM��n Macbeth.
Principal of ���>"- r.i.i���.*.���,,����� Collect ��r
Music and Profwsor Orossland Hirst, of
tbs Qlaseow Athenaeum, i��*km io intr*
maii* ili.it nlte will accopl u f��-w pupil*
tn cimciiiK Mn) voir,, production, r_x-
iniHiv,* repertoire or tiinii class **t****m*.
K,,r iM-mi rail or writ-*- lo llun Hamilton nlrwl
When you take your    auditor and accountant.
Eastern Trip
you   may  as   well   trawl   In  comfort I
anil at  minimum cost
this   Call on
Wn ran prove
E. OOULET, Agent.
New   Wenttuluat*
II.   J.   A    BURN-HT,   AUDITOR     ANt>
Anoounlanl   Ti-i. h. lit. Room ?. Hart
v. it. Hmiih w j. Orevee.
Work no*!' link n In elty an-! outitd*
point- II1-12 W����tmln��t.r Trust litis.
PhoOS   1(4.      P.   O.   Bos   K>7.
n'ltiK Baglneeva i-oeni Bit, n-oTtH in
Labor Tempts ''very urn and nur.l
Thursday of tli" month, il  Mol-augMIn,
pr, ot.li-nt w, C. Saiio.l'*:-, arer-ttary.
P. (). Hoi Ml.
B. a P. O ot Rika of thr I). ot C. meat
thr first and third Thursday at S p. m..
K of P Hall. Eighth strrrt. A TC-llv
Oray. Kialti-d Ruler; P. II. Smith. H��o-
COAL MININU rtKtita of thr Dominic.
In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta
tbs Yukon Territory, the Nurthwitst Tei
rltorlrs und In a portion of tile Provloo
of IJrttlHii Columbia, may Ihi la-ased for i
; I'-rm of twenty-one yum at an annua
rental of tl on acre. Not more than 761*
sorsa wtll be leased to one applicant.
Application for a leas.' must be mad*
by tbe applicant In person to tbs Asm
or Sub-AK'-nt of Ihe district tn wblch tb
rltrbta applied for arr situated.
In surveyed territory the land must b
(lesorlbed by s-t-tions. or legal sub-dlv!
Sloes of sections, and In unsurveyed tut
* ritory   ttie   tract   applied    for    shall    b
i staked out hy  the applicant himself.
Knelt application must  be ucconipante<
by a  fee of IS Wlllch wlll be r> fund'-d I
the  right*  applied  for  are  uot  avttliablt
: but   not   otherwise.     A   royalty   shall    b
i paid  on  tbe  merchantable output  of tb
mine i.t tbe rate of five cents per ton.
'the   person   operating   the   mine   shal
furnish   the   Agent    wllh   sworn   return
accounting  for  the  full  'inuntlty of nirr
( charitable   conl   mined   and   pay   the   my
I alty  therron.   If the coal   mining   right*
are not h'-tng operated such returns shouli
'. be fui*m-<bed at least once a year.
,    The base wtll Include the cenl mlnlni
I rights only,   but  the  leasee  wlll be per
mltted   to    purchase    whatever    avatlabt
surface rights may  be oonntderrd  nc-**
sary for tbe working of the mine at th'
rate of tto an acre.
Por full Information application shoulr
' be mnde lo tbe Secretary of the Depart
* ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to an'
Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Land*
Deputy MinlBter of the Interior
N. li --Unauthorised publication of thl,
'��� advertisement will not be paid for.
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. first, second, third and fourth Wednesday In each month at ��� p. in..
tn the Moose Home. H. J. L.enmy_
dictator: w, E. Jonea, secretary.
It'-ii'l'iiiarters of lodge In See House.
corner of Fourth and Carnarvon streets.
1. O rt. F. A MITT l.niviK NO. 17���Tbe
regular meeting of Amity lodge No.
��7. I. O. O. V., Is hnld every Monday
night at ��� o'clock In Odd Fellows' Hall.
corner Carnarvon and F.lghlh streets,
visiting brrthern oordlallv Invited
R A Merrlthew. N11. . II W. Snngsi.T.
V. (I ; W. C. Coathsm. P. (1 . r.cori*
i Ing eicretarv J. W. MacDonaM, financial secretary.
W. r, PA LES��� Pioneer Funeral Dlrectol
and Kcbnlmer. SIS-SIS Agnes street.
npposl.., Camesle Library.
9. RflWK.1.1. (HUCCB8BOR TO CIllN-
ter A Hanna. Lid ) ���Funeral directors
nnd emtmlmera. Parlors 406 Columbia
street.    New   Westminster.    Phone  (II.
I in- only Effective Way.
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qui rj   '
rhat'i   ti ie."
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how to get out and rustle for something to cook.
An Ottawa paper is raising Cain because Col. Sam
Hughes, minister of militia, appeared in the box of the
Duke of Connaught in the Russell theatre in a tweed coat
and a red tie, and even goes so far as to hint that the duke
snubbed him for it. Colonel Sam would hnve been in
warmer water if he had sported that crimson neck gear
hehind the barn where the bull is kept.
Dublin, Nov. li An extraordinary
sequel to a boycotting vendetta comes
from Longford. Michael Rose, a victualler of tlie town, some time a��o Incurred i'u- displeasure of the United
Iri-sh league owing to having supplied
meat to other "obnoxious" pens-one,
am! wuh rigorously boycotted. Recently a telephone trunk extension was
made to Longford town, and Mr. Rose
was appointed  local  manager,  prem
��� belonging to him also being leased
f"r lht  bousing or the exchange.
I'lffnrt.H were made liy loeal leaden
i  nevei   have heard you  nay a
"Not    I   can't   see   that   conversation 'Iiiih iiii;ih i;rjod.    I protest ln B
mure effei i ,'���'   w y."
"What do you do?"
"I   vole,"
P.O. Box 34 Dally  News Bldg
of sll  kinds.
Prices rlghl     HatlHfnetlr.u guaranteed
HS McKenile St.
Transfer Co.
Office Phone  ItB.      Barn  Phon*  it'
Begble strsst.
eter Bonrd of Trade meets in the hoarA
room. ' 'Ity Hall, sa follows: Third Friday of wi'-tt month; quarterly mei-tlnf
on ttie third Friday of February, tiny,
Ausuat and November at I I'm Annual moellnsa nn the third Friday of
F'liiuiiry. 0. II. Btuart Wade, seore-
SWll*'ir*Tli��Na AilRHI.MKNTH tl*
Sale, I��e,.,lM, Bualneaa letters, etc.; Hr-
culnr work ���nectallat. All work ���trl-tlp
confidential. H. Barry, room 418 West-
minuter Truet Blk.   Phone 70J.
Bssiage Delivered Promptly te
any part ot the elty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
LOST SECURITIES HIDDEN ] way employee named  Louie Bona,    A
IN PILE OF WOOD I lew dayi uko an  uncle ol   Bone, wflo
 ��� had been looking alter the prisoner's
Paris, Nov. ll.- In October of last house since hls arrest, sold a pile of
year a daring inbhery was committed old wood which hud heen for son>" ot the league to have the appointment
from the mall van >f a Bordeaux-Mar-1time against a wail of the houw cancelled, bui rtthout avail in con-
���nellies express (rain, and among other While putting the wind In a cart the sequence of this the majority nt the
va.uahics stolen was a bundle of Be-1 purchaser discovered a bundle con- telephone Biibiwl-bere withdrew their
cm-Hies wortii several hundred thou- taining $40,000 In securities, whloh guarantees. The sequel, however,
sand' francs. wero  Identified  SB  those  stolen   from [does   not   affect  Mr,   Rons   adversely]
hvur prisoners were arrested In con- the mail bag   between   Bordeaux and I for although tha post office haa deeld-
naptlon with the theft, and they ware! Marseilles, jod to withdraw the telephone service I ell of Women has passed a resolution
to be tried in the assize court on Or -1    Owing to the dlSOOVery the triul of, for Lonpford,  Mr   Ross' seven years' favoring   the   Introduction   of   copper
labor Mth, but tliere was very little the accused win be postponed until the [engagement ai manager will hold goo-d oolnage in British Columbia, deelar-
lanttlble evidence against  them,        ^n,>xt assise to -enable the police    to and he will also contlhue to receive ling that  iucb  a  move  will   tend  to
One of the prisoner's was an ex-rail-1 utilize the new evidence. *rent for the premises, [lower iho cos', ot living.
lie formed In Cumula.
Cyril Mamie, the great Kncllsh
comedian, came to Canada at thi' ape
of twenty and worked on a farm for
one year. The farmer be worked fol
ts now the keeper of cemetery In
The Last Word,
"Your wife likes the last word,
doesn't she''"
"I don't think so," answered Mr.
Mnekton. "Anyway, she's mlgbty reluctant about reaching It."
Ilnrn Them.
Oarbage and'love letters should '��
limed Befori   thej create trouble
In   the  Cent  T.elt.
Victoria,   Nov.   11- The   loeal  Conn-
(Subject to change without notice)
Sunday schedule���Trains leave New Westminster at 6, 7. 7:30, 8,
8:80 and i) a.m., and every 20 minutes    thereafter    until    8:30    p.m.
After 8:30 service every 3(1 minutes  wllh   last  car  leaving  at  midnight.
Week day schedule-Trains leave New Westminster at 5, 6:45, fi,
fi:15, -8:30, ti:4!i, 7, 7:15, 7:30, 7:45 and 8 a.m., and every 20 minutes
until 4 p.in.. Frnm 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. n 15 minute Bervlce will be
Kivoii After 8:30 p.m. a 30 minute service with last car nt. midnight,
BatUrdSy lervice���Early morning schedule the Bame as on week-
da vs. but after 8 a.m., a 15 minute Bervlce will bc given until mid-
Through trains for Chilliwack leave New Westminster dally nt
<i 30 a.m. and 1:10, 3:35 and 5:45 p.m.. TraltiB leave Chllllwack dally
fnr return trip at fi:10 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. and 1:10 and 5:45 p.m.
Dally KxpresB service to Chilliwack from New Westminster at 9:50
a.m. and 3:35 p.m.
rlrters Solicitor*, etc. 40 l-Orne Htre��L
Now W.-Hinilimtcr. (I K. Corbould, K
C.    1. R. Uriint.    A. E. McCall.
at-law,   Solicitor,  ete.    Hnllcltor  for llitv
Hunk of Vettcouyer, orrtcH ��� Merchants Hank llulldltiK, New Westminster, lie, Telephone No. 10T0. fable
uddreRH     "J,illusion."     Colli)     Weetsna
W.    P,
etc.,   (
corner i
iino M<
N'W  W
r.   HC
I'.   C
.   Mux
285.     T
side ��� Burrlitani and Solicitors, W-nt-
minuter Truat Blk., Columbia striwt.
New We-atmlnstsr, B. C. Cable aildreas
"vVlillralde" Western ITTilnn. P. (i
Drawer 200. Telephone ������, W. 1.
Whlteelde, K. C.J it L. Bdmonda. D,
J. HTll.WBI.I. d-trm Barrlster-nt-law,
solicitor, etc; oornsr Columbia sat*
McKensle streets, Nsw Wnstmhistar,
B. C.   I'. O, Bos 111.    Telephone   ll*.
Solicitor and Notary. Offloea Hair
block. 28 Lorn* street. New Waslmln-
atar, B. C.
Barristers and Boilcitora. 101 to tit*
Weetmlnstar Trust Block. O. B. Martin. W. O. MoQuarrle and Qeorge U
Cassady. WEDNE8DAY, NOVEMBER  12, 1913
r'Atib   i nn��__.
Woos His Stepdaughter, Is Repulsed,
and Becomes Murderer and
An   Old   Habit.
Southern   papers  are  having   a  lot
of  fun  over  the  fact  that a Yankee
outran a Confederate in a Coot race
ut lh Chattanooga reunion. They say
those fellows learned it during the
war    Birmingham  Ledger,
Paris, Nnv. 11.- The hamlet
Phaleinpln, near l/llle, has been
seem- of a terrible crime whlc'.i
already cost two lives, and It is fear- [ fy
The Fall
loo busy to keep an eye on tny Oancee.
A lover is u pessimist, and 1 waa by
tn> mi'iins easy lu luy mind upou thia iterlln, Nov. 11. An amusing ac-
rlnillcutioii Nell wns urrunging for ber- |count has reached Berlin of the im-
lelf. rr.'iiiklln I knew hud been ber porlal chancellor's proceedings in Mu-
favorite before I bod .Appeared on the nidi, wlllch he has been visiting on
scene, and prior to our engagement 1 grave political business. Accompanied
bad suspected that t wus serving for a by the Prussian minister to the 11a-
sniire by which to trap hlm. I heard varlan court, various secretaries and
sometblng of his recent attentions to  W*h officials, he visited the great Oc-
,..,   ,    , ,     ,    , ,   ,,   'tuber far at a time when something
Ethel since she bad begnn ber    Hull- , roystering
CStlon,    and    some   of   my   Intimate   Jh
���friends, who knew that I was Interest- (    Th(. c|ianr(,iior expressed a wish to
i-d In her. begun to look upon me with   ���,.��� everything, so he visited the huge
1 may cost two more,    ln December   2>
lei Plouvier. I <fc
lust a miner named Chari
aged   26,  married  Ihe  proprietress of:
a cafe, a widow of almost twice ills!
age, with four grownup children. The]
marriage was miserable from tin- lirst.
Plouvier  wus a brutal  man of dlsso |
lute   habits.     Soon   he   neglected   hls
wife anil began lo pursue with his attentions   her   eldest   daughter,   Irina,
who repelled his advances
A   month  ago  Irma  persuaded   her j fure tlie fall trade begins or after It Is
mother to leave I'halcmpln and go to | over, for 1 cant get uwny when It is
It Brought With It Business
of Another Kind
*v -
<�� ^���^t-j-V<^VI-��H4-'<4^*-i>/��-'i''s4*^'-e''e
"Ethel," 1 sahl to my flaucce,
must tlx our wedding day either
beer tent and drank his "mass" of
Munich beer, displaying great anxiety
tn fill hls mug direct from the barrel
himself. He also enjoyed Ills white
sausage and radish. Then he visited
the place where they were roasting an
ox whole, and after sampling the meat
declared It good.
i Next followed a round of the penny
shows, a learned ape named Johanna
having the honor of Bpeclal attention.
It Is stated that Dr. von Ile.thmann-
llollweg thoroughly enjoyed himself.
Ills visit waB recorded by numerous
1 on. lf we III It before it must be
* within, say, a month; tf after we shall
; need to put It off for at leust three
i "I am afraid." said Ethel reflectively, "that II must tie later rather than
I liefore. I've done very little ln the
way of getting ready and couldn't pos
live In un old farm In a village several
miles away.    Plouvier was furious at
his wife's desertion,    and    swore    to
avenge  himself.    On   Saturday,   with
hls pay In hls pocket, ho wenl to Mile
and  purchased a  revolver and  a hox
of cartridges.   Then he started on foot
for Ihe village where his wife's farm
was   situated.    On   the   way   he   was j
overtaken hy a motor delivery wagon, \**-*l complete my prcpur.fllous within i
which  he hold  up.    At tho revolver * month."
point he compelled the driver to give |    "Vou mean buy your trousseau?"
hlm   a   lift  to   the  village,   whicli   be      "Well.   yrn.     Hut   there   are   some!
reached about ten o'clock.    He made Ismail matters that need to bc cleared '
a round ot the bars anil drank stead- j up before we're married, and tbey all |
ily  for an hour, and  then  wandered  require time."
about   the  village,  revolver   in   lialid, \    ������$,{.,.i, nS"_
til' riawm _,���.._, i    "Oh.  thev  nre of no importance to
At  aborrsto^c^rarrived  atU **��   ��"?"��  ������  ����  ">'
the farm, but found the main door of! acquaintances of mine
the  house closed,  for  Madame  Plou-i    "Obligations yuu wish to pay offT
vli r had been warned by neighbors of |    "Oh. no; not thut at all.   I'm not toiler husband's presence in the Village, | debteil lo nny one for favors."
Paris, Nov. 11.-���A miner named
1'alvre, of Kplnac. has for Bome time
past been In love with a youtie woman named Oachon, but bis affection
was not returned.
The other night he called at the inn
kept by MIsb Gachon's parents, and
found her alone. When Bhe refused to
listen to him he seized her, and dragged her toward a deep well containing
eighteen feet of water.
She offered a determined resistance,
entered hy a side dcor. to find his
way barred by Madame Trublln, a
friend of Madame Plouvier. He fired
thrice. Madame Trublln fell, antl he
passed Into the next room, where he
found Irma und ,*i friend. Madame
Cog. ;
Cr) ing. "You are nol going to escape
me," Plouvier fired several times at
the cowering women- hitting Madame Coget lu the chest and then,
calming reloading his revolver, he advanced in search of his wife, wob hud
taken p-fuge in the kitchen.   Several
more shots were heard, and then there
- was sib lice. When, half an hour later,
the terrorized neighbors summoned up
Cqurage to enter the kitchen, they
found Plouvier and his wife lying dead
Side by side on the floor. Madame
Plouvier had received three wounds,
all mortal. The murderer had but one
wound In the left temple He stlfl
h"ld thi' revolver in his hand.
Montreal, Nov 11 Preparations nre
und' r   way   and  on  a  very  extensive
seals to establish the new government
parcels post Bervlce In Montreal anil
eastern Canada Tbe service which
goes Into I'fTect on January 1, 1914,
Is expected to be as fully taken ad-
vantage of as was that of the l'nited
Slates and on the basis of the United
States figures Montreal will probably
be a clearing house for fifteen million
parei i:i inside thi' first three months
of t-i)- year,
Sii.iuitanciius with the parcel post
aon ice establishment here, other cities i.'.iler the oontrol of thi? Montreal
posl offtce authorities are slso i>">nu
I ii * ,i after ami wll lhave branch departments of the parcels post. The
lines thuu. brnirgtn directly under the
Montna! district In parcels post jurisdiction are St Hyacinths. Nicolet.
Sherbrooke.    Quebec,    Campbelltown,
Bathurst, Prederfckton, Charlottetown,
Chatham. Monckton. Ht. Johns, New
Glasgow, Truro, Yarmouth, Sydney
and Halifax.
The post master general at Ottawa
Is personally looking after the final
work that must be completed before
the year runs out. The Montreal par-
eel post wll lbe opened up In the present hulldlng. Much however, remains
to be done or decided upon as regards
the policy and rates. The minister at
Ottawa is expected shortly to make
nn Importani Statement In this re-
"Old scores then?"
"Thill's more like lt"
"Mention one of thetn."
"Well, there's Nell Hlanchnrd     I_ast
summer when we were ut the Springs j
' | together  she  trented  me  very   bsdly.
Ned  Franklin  was there nnd devoted
blmself to me    Nell prejudiced  blm
Sgatntt me ami got blm awny."
"What sort of n retaliation do you
"That's something I wish to speak to
jou  ulHiut  especially.    You   may  ob- ;
"Well, out wllh It."
"Why. tbe only  way  1 can  punish
her  Is to show  ber tbat I  ran  bave
blm If I want him,"
"I  wus afraid you'd act meau about
"Ynu  mean thut on lhe eve of your
marriage with me yuu propose to bring
down another mnn"
"Only  In punish  Nell  Blum-bard as
ahe sbould in* punished."
"Do yon think Ihnt It l�� treating me
right   10  carry   on   a   flirtation   whlls
commiseration.    Now   nnd   again   1
asked   Ethel   how  she  was getting ou
with her vindication, and she suld that
Nell wus simply green wltb envy aud
lea lousy.
1  have  never  believed In  defensive
warfare, it is u military principle
tlmt ihe advantage preponderates to
the   attacking   force.    I   oonsldered
bringing the mutter lo n focus by telling Ethel that If Nell was green wllh
envy und Jealousy nothing more wus
required und there was no further necessity for her pluylng Mr. Franklin
In tbo matter; also that she had been
reported to be engaged lo hlm and all
the surprise she could wish for would
occur when ber renl engagement With
tne wus given out. wltll the wedding
soon to follow. Hut did not Ethel
know all this without my telling her?
And If she knew  It whut was to be
gained by telling her?
If Mr. Franklin wns destined to win
In the gnme���as I strongly suspected
he would-tlie end would be Ethel's
giving tue a rigmarole ahout ber bavlng unwittingly, unknowingly and unintentionally  got Into Ht)  unfortunate
position and thnt she wns obliged to |Mjjl'^rJiJJn finally he puBhed her into
give pain to me or Mr Franklin and tne well, Bhe clung to him and drag-
tihe wns absolutely crushed; ulso tbat ged him in with her.
she had loved hlin and be hud loved Her cries brought assistance, and
her till tliat horrid Nell Rlunchard bad a man who was lowered into the well
come between them and mnde all the succeeded in rescuing both of them,
trouble.    Then under such distressing '
circumstances I would be expected t��;.kf�� SIAT IttPinC
ri�� a inugnntiliiious. noble part by re- Ull Mill llrVIUf
llevlng her of her frightful embarrass- IW llvl I/LUIIIL
���dent by releasing her without blame.
One dny I received it note from Etb- MfWARIF   PHI IRT
el chiding nie for not having been to IfllMnDLL   lA/Uill
see her for a week    She simply called :
my attention to the fnct without com- | 	
ment I replied thnt the full Irade
wns nt Its height und I was working
nights I received another note stat-1
lug tbnt I hud not worked every
nlgbt for I hnd been seen sl the then-
ter In company witb n pretty girl a
few evenings before. My reply to this
was ii confession. The young lady I
Lawyers Fail to See Wisdom in Hal-
dene's Suggestion of Itinerant
Court of Appeal.
Montreal ,Nov. 11.���-Tlle question of
taken   to  the  theater  hnd  ouce appeal to the privy council in England
been a "flame" of mine.   She possessed  fr()m lhe decision of the local courts
erlnln letter* I hnd written her when  ha_   lon_.   been  djBputed  here,   Bome
lawyers wanting it abolished   and   a
greater   number   suggesting   changes
I thought I loved her. whieh 1 was ile-
strous to net Int" my imsse-sion before helm: married, lu order to do , ,, ,,
this I must d'.-semble. Wben I bod to prevent delay. Hence Ue speech
won her OOnfldeWS I could tbe belter in l_ondon recently by U>rd Haldane,
devise a scheme for souring tlie let- foremost member of the privy council
ters. : judicial committee, excited a deep In-
I wns quite sure this would bring tere6t among members of the local
matters to a climax, nnd II did.   Ethel  j.a.
wrote me to come nnd see her nt once ;    i_ord Haldane BUggeeted    that    la-
If 1 delayed she would send luiek the i
engagement  ting  I  had given ber.    1
thought over my next move and decided lo go I" see ber 1 found her
Very much troubled, though sbe endeavored   to  conceal  evidence of  Ihe
privy council Judicial commtttee be
enlarged and made a travelling court,
and sit in the dominions, in many divisions, if necessary.
The lawyers of Montreal seem unanimous on the question of the enlarge-
fuct    Her face wus henlisl. her e.ve��   rnont of the council.    It is  felt  also
were restless nnd her bosom heated
-Why did you not tell me of this
former love ii(Tiilr." she asked In nu
ncetisntory lone
"Because l supposed it was o(T long
"And now It's on ngnln."
To Ihls I made no r��ily. I looked st
th Iling.
"l.'nless you wish to hrenk wltb me
you inns! drop It HI nine."
"I bnve uot yet recovered my letters"
"Your letters!    Nnnsensel"
Tliere wus another silence. I took
my eyes from Ibe celling and directed
tbem out through a window.
"Well, what are you going to do?"
Ethel nsked.
I responded In a quiet, reflective tone
that If she would not object to my
letters lielng u��ed ngnlnst me after my
thnt if the committee sat in more
than one division. It would also expedite justice
The opinion of many lawyers, how
ever, as voiced by the batonnier of
the bur of the province of Quebec.
I J. K. Martin, K. C. is that the privy
I council judicial committee would lose
jits usefulness as an imperial court
of appeal if it did not sit In l^ndon.
Mr. Martin ln an interview, gave it
as his opinion that the prestige and
usefulness of Ihe privy council judicial
would be maintained best by leaving
it as It Is now, an essentially Imperial
court sitting at the heart of the empire. He thinks the worry and trouble
Incidental to travelling would not
;tend to make thc decisions of the
privy council any better, and he also
prefers it to be sitting in a place
where it can best hold aloof from all
local Influences, because it is that exceptional   situation   which   gives so
Unsuccessful Season snd Msny Plsys
Are Withdrawn From the
l_ondon, Nov. 11. -The last theatrical season ended with a positive massacre of new plays and the carnage
this season has been almoBt as dreadful. Since tho end of Auguat swift
deaths have come to "The Picture ot
Dorian Oray," at the Vaudeville;
"filrls," at the I'rlnce of Wales' theatre; "Yoars of Discretion," at the
-Hlobe. Norman McKlnnel's season In
"Collision" lasted only three weeks.
Wcedon Orosmlth In the "New Duke,"
a comedy, after three weeks' trial, was
withdrawn on November 8.
George Bernard Btiaw's "Androcles
and the Lion," at the St Jamea' theatre, was withdrawn after eight unsuccessful weeks. John Olasworthy's
"The Fugitive" has bIbo been taken
off the boards. "I love You." at the
Ambassador's, limped along for a few
-weeks, hut has been succeeded by "A
Daughter of France," In which the
star Is Princess Barlatinsky. Thla play
seems deBlned to follow the others In
�� snort time.
Sir J. M. Barrle has rewritten 'The
Adored One" for the Duke of York's
theatre, but It la not going very
strong. Henry Irv)ng in the "Grand
Seigneur," at the Savpy, Is also uolng
poorly. Several other shows are obviously near the end of their tether.
Good accounts of the thestrlcal business comes from the provinces. Seymour Hicks, who ls on tour in "Broadway Jones," Is doing a good business.
Tho play will be 'brought to London
. after Christmas.
"WHY   DID   IOC   SOT TBLL   H��   Ot   THIS
mnklng  your preparations  to  marry
"But I'm telling you beforehand thst
It's for a special purpoae. Besides,
bow many cases tbere sre wbere everybody Is surprised when au engage
ment is announced, persons saying.
'Why, I supposed she was going to
marry So-snd-so." Nobody knows yet
that we are engaged. How you will
laugh In your sleeve when,you hear
of reports of my engagemeut to Ned
"It will be Just too funnjr for anything, wont Itr
"And won't Nell be mad!"
"She'll burst for spite."
Being one of tbose fellows wbo con
eider the courting period a season
wherein the girls sre prises to be gambled for. I ssw ne way but to cblme
lu wltb my flancee. pretending tbnt I
wss quite willing sbe should remain
In tbe ring till tbe last minute. Bome
men would bave Informed tbe lady
that the old scores were ended upon
her engagement snd If she proposed
to still tske a band lu paying them off
she must tske baek her freedom. But
for me, I never considered a girl a
woman, but. ratb<>r, oue to be played
like a flsh. 1 had supposed that 1 bad
landed Ethel, but now I saw that tbe
lauding must be deferred. So I told
her tbat we bed better put off our wedding till after the fall trade, and by
tha* time 1 expected aba would nave
paid all her Indebtedness In the way
of punishments and would have especially cauaed Nell Blanchard to me
the day tbat ahe Ud stepped In between Btbel end Ned Franklin.
At this she declared 1 must net Imagine sbe would encourage Franklin,
mnrriuge with ber I wonld let tbem much weight to its rulings,
remain where thev were. 1 would call j "While Uiere has been in the past"
Ibe next evening upon the lady nos- eald Mr. Martin, "some ttltatlon In
sesslng them and endeavor to persuade ; the province of Quebec to aboliah ap-
V , ,, ,,       ��._._..  peals to the privy council except on
her to give up nil Idea of tbere ever l^8t���ut|0���al  questions,  speaking for
being anything between us. myself. I would say that I believe the
"Is It necessary tbat you sbould call 'rlght t0 appeai to the privy council
to do that?  Can't you writer i|n civil and commercial cases Involv-
"I committed myself ln these letters inK large Interests should be main-
I sm anxious to secure and I sbould talned. and that lawyers and litigants
use diplomacy In the matter. Just as hsve all felt that It was a satisfaction
you bsve lieon diplomatic In eettlng to have their Interests dealt with and
yourself right between Franklin snd  determined by the beat Judicial minds
Nell Bhmchiird.   By tbe by. bow Is tbst 1or..t,nr^mJ,,rf'   ���.������������������ ���. ������-���,.
mttni. . - .-..._-<���,,.������>" I ,h-tn,s t,,e suggestion of increas-
affair Progressing! lng the numbcr of the members of the
1 looked nt ber wltb s cold stsre.       ;JudlC|ai committee of tbe privy coun,
"1 bave finished If she replied rue-  cll ,ltti���g t0 hear colonial appeals, an
folly- excellent one*
"Indeed.   It's a pity I bad not tsken I    "While it may be presumptuous on
up mine earlier: tben tbey would both \ my part to offer any criticism of ths
suggestion that the Judicial committee
of the privy council might sit ln Canada, and the other colonies, personally I would not be In favor of such aa
have been ended together.
"I thought you said you would end
tbe matter at once."
' "I ssld 1 would endeavor to do so."
She had tsken bold of ber engagement ring snd wss toying wltb It I
knew sbe wss meditating taking It off
and banding It to me.
"You would not have me treat s girl ���..,���,�� -_.������ ,, mh,_ . ���.������
who love, me harshly, wouldI you, J��^ 5:-,iidrtgi��S5
You know how you have been sltusted w���, oa��� tor twMlfr, _or the execution
with regard to Franklin." 0f extensive Improvements on tbe Vie-
There wus a long silence. I thought torla poet office block. The plana.
It time tu brlug tbe matter to a focus,   drawn up aome time ago. have been
"1 will make yon a proposition." I revised, and It Is understood that they
said.   "Drop Franklin without a srord. are on the point of completion. In th'.
same n my own eaae. .       .   . in �� ��. added to the nir of the
Another long ���'������"������� ���**- ����� present building, Instead of one, aa
which sbe put out ber band to me. I WM p^naed tor In tha original
clasped It drew her to me and tbat -j**-,-,
waa the end of paying off old scores. | But tor the alteration In the plana
By tbla time the rash of tba Md trade ithe contract fot the extension wouW
was over and wa w#re married wttMu fcave been already let Atterthe ��*
a month.   We passed over the harder \Utop P>������ w*redwwiL howeear. ����
_..,.   .n_i n��nn��H.i a gave BOtNnyiM-ttHrwiU|rwMattottBn'"
state, aod prsenptlal
way. to antenuptial tendWeoa.
new stories en tk*. rear ot th*
Suffragette Injured In Blot
London, Nov. 11.���Mlaa ��el1e Bn..
erson,  the  American  suffragette ot Woek. Md .
JackBon. Mich., la lying seriously ill with th* eddlUen that tha
trom concussion ot tke ��m!n, tka re- Pjnna are Prngt-taally complett*       _
���--- rM   *.-     m w , mmm ��.�� ault of injurlea received la a riot at that tandera tw-the oontreot may ft*
We had a busy seaaon. but 1 waa aot ^    g,^ (invited at aa aarty date.
situation, and tn conae-malMe tka
matter waa taken up again wttk Ottawa. Some time ago It was eteted tkat
the government Intended to put twa
You don't have to
take our word for it.
Ask those who are
steady advertisers in
its columns* They
are satisfied with the
returns* YOU will
be if you follow their
The News Is a
Live Paper
It goes into a thousand more
homes in New Westminster than
������I. ... .    ���:���% ._ " ���/
a ysar ago, and it is real ly
every *m in the family���tt^'s
why its 0y^m ^mm^:
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.^r' r    PAGE FOUR
Fresh Water and Salt
Big  Suction  Dredge Now    Deepening
Pitt and Fraaer Rivers to 25
The big Ruction dredge Kobson, cf
the i'acilic Dredging company, ls
now at work on llie Fraser river about
about a mile from the Pitt river
creating a 115 foot channel to the harbor of Port Coquitlam. The location
where operations'are being conducted
ls at a point in the l-'rasi-r'a bed between Douglas Island and the Coquitlam river. From this point a channel 25 feet deep. 300 feet wide, and
SOO feet long will be created, the
eastern end of it being in the first
deep pool in the confluence of the
Kraser and Pitt rlverB, which lies at
the north end of Douglas islam!.
it was expected that dredging of
the Pitt in tho vicinity of the Coquitlam shipbuilding yards would have
been started first to enable the
launching of the auxiliary schooner
when ready for the water, but lt
seems that this work is not needed at
the present. Operations will be
transferred to this vicinity, however,
as soon as needed.
Celtic In Fraser.
'   'With a full cargo of canned salmon
and frozen  fish  from Northern  B, C.
ports, the  steamer  British  Columbia,
of the Coast Steamship company,    is
Port Coquitlam  Council  Cannot  Prevent Telephone Poles Being Erected in Streets.
Port Coquitlam, Nov. 11���Although
the H. C. Telephone company submitted for approval to the civic authorities a plan showing a proposed extension of Its pole syBtem, the councll
today discovered whon tbe plans came
up for consideration that lt could not
order the company to erect Its poles
In the lanes of thc city Instead of the
streets, even if it was so desired.
The plans submitted showed that
the company planned to erect about
75 poles on a number of the., leading
thoroughfares. After the plans had
been examined Mayor Mars expressed
the opinion that it was about time
telephone and electric power poles
were erected In the lanes but was astonished to learn from the engineer
and solicitor that the council had no
jurisdiction over the company except
in that they could regulate the position of the poles on the streets.
''The Telephone company has the
widest charter In Canada," said the
engineer. The mayor asked wbat was
the use of the company submitting its
plans   if   the  council  could   not   tei!
duet'herT'tonlghr"The CeitlC~of thejthe��� *h��rf������t0 ^L^fJ0]?*
is  on  the   Fraser  today I
As  this  was a  matter  vital to tlte
oan,o  i.--.,  '������ ^""*\   * '**"'���        "���' jalms of the council in regard to mak-
loading a cargo of dog salmon    torK      % c|.y beamifu|  ,hp so���ci������. .md
fc,ea     ���   ithe chairman of the works and fire
_..   _ _    ,  .     _....��� 'committees were instructed to Invest!-
First Rock for Harbor. thH      h ,,   ,     B  (,  Tfl,
The firs   scow load of rock for the *���        conlpailv.
harbor       improvement     work      was. Road Closure Bylaw.
brought down yesterday from Gilley s     0wln-. t0 m fact lhat ^^ quegttan
quame on the Pitt river. ha_  aHsen  ,lg t0 whether ,he gtfeets
;     ' , I constructed by the C. P. R. to replace
Mate Boyd, of the Samson, is again \_a oneg now 0(.cupk.d bv the termin_]
at his post after two weeks treatment |var(,9 are up t0 specifications or not
by a specialist for spinal trouble.       \_B bylaw  deeding the old  roads  to
Ithe  railway  company   as   per  agree-
The Samson will be in port for two ment of 1911 was hai.ted  in  lts pro.
days while a new smoke stack is be-lgr(.s9
ing placed on her. j    An endeavor will bc made to serire
  jthe specifications on which the alter-
The steamer Argyle from Port jna,>V(, roads were constructed. Tin
Angeles arrived at Port Moody last roads replaced by the C. I'. K. are the
Friday and after discharging a full Dewdney Trunk." Coast Meredian anil
cargo of oil into the tanks of the B 'the Flint roads.
C. Oil Refining company left again on Some of the aldermen questioned
Sunday. | whether the material put  into these
  I comes up to the requirements of the
Owing it is said to the dullness In 1911 agreement.
the lumber market  thc  mill  of    the,    it   also   developed   when   the   road
Canadian  Lumber company   at   Portjclosure bylaw was Introduced that as
Moody  has  been closed down  for    a soon as the city released any claim to
For the Week Ending Sunday, Nov. 16.
High. Low.
4:40 10:10
11     5:30    0:15
Sand Heads,
High. Low.
Timet .Ht--Time. IU.
'3:43fKV.T   *:42   7.4
14:46 12.0 21:47
4:29 10.9   9:32
15:09 11.8 22:12
5:13 11.6 10: IS
15:30 11.6 22:41
5:56 12.1 11:02
15:50 11.5 23:12
6:38 12.6 11:46
16:11  11.6 23:45
16:10 10_50
6:15    1:00 '.
16:30 11:40
6:55    1:45
16:50 12:10 '
7:40    2:30 I
17:10 12:55 i
8:20    3:00|	
17:30 13:30 I 16:32 11.8
9:05    3:35 j    8:07 13.1    0:21    1.0
18:00 14.20 | 16:58 11.8 13:18 10.7
7:21 12.9 12:31 10.3
the old roads they reverted back to
the government and that to secure a
clear title to these which now- constitute part of the terminal yards the
company would have to enter int.)
negotiations  with  tlie  governmen-.
It was thought when the 1911 agree
ment was m:|de that the streets wouid
. , .be handed over direct from the city to
'. Ithe railway.
''lj |     As io the specifications for the con
^': Btructlon of the new roads It was stat-
,* Jed that although copies were supposed
��'��  to be  filed  with  the city  none could
?'���  08 found  in the city archives and it
~J will  he  necessary  for  the  council  to
"    'ask   the C.   P.  R.  to    produce    their
Ward System.
A petition was received largely signed requesting the council to sunibit a
bylaw to a referendum of the ratcpay
^^^^^^^^^^k. _  iers  on   the  question   of   whether  the
JUDGMENT FOR DEFENDANTS        ; ward   system   should   be   retained   by
IN WAGE CLAIM  CASE  Port Coqultlam and In accordance with
 ��� 'the  request  Alderman   Welcher  gave
In  the county court yesterday his i notice of the Introduction of a bylaw
honor Judge Iloway gave judgment in  at tlie next meeting.
favor of the defendant in a wage rase!    |n tlie meantime the signatures will
"-���brought against tlie Fernridge Lumber j be examined to Bee if they represnl
company bv a logging engineer named .the ownership of 51 per cent of the as
Harper,    fhe  plaintiff  had  heen   en- sessed  property  in  the city,  required
gaged  by  the company as a  logging (before a referendum on tlie question
engineer'at the contract rate of $100 jean be BUbmltted.
���per month. ���*  court  of revision  on   the   voter..'
���       He had  only worked  a  day  and  a  list  will  he held en  Dee.   10.    Mayot
half when the mill shut down and he .Mars and Aldermen Morgan and Galer
received payment for the time lie had  were appointed to constitute the court
worked.    David    Whiteside,    counsel ;    Tlie clerk was Instructed to provide
for the defence, maintained that lt was for the  interest  mi  the sinking fund
-. customarv in logging camps to pay the of the 1911 and 1910 bonds.
���workmen" for  tbe  time  they  actually'    In order  to enable  Mayor  Mars  U
worked while the camp was running, attend the New Zealand-Vancouver tool
Irrespective of whether tney had been Iball  game,  the next meeting of the
engaged   hy   the  day  or  month.     Evi-  council scheduled for Nov. 25, wlll In
dence   In   substantiation   of  this  was  held iu th" evening instead of the af
submit'.) d  by  the defence.    In  giving   ternoon.     "After   seeing   tlie   football
judgment  In favor of the defendants game we win all be in good shape tc
his honor expressed regret tha' he had   kick,"  naively  remarked   Mayor  Mars
to  dlfitnir.s   the   case   but   he   had   no
other recourse in face of tin- evidence
and   a   precedent   set   by   an   almost
identical case which was dismissed.
Harper's contract read "at the rate
_ of $100 a month," and Mr. Whlteelde
'���- maintained   that   thi'   words   "at   He*
rate of"  protected the company  from
paying for services not actually rendered.   J- A. MrC.roer of Vancouver,
. appeared  for the plaintiff.
t Continued trom rage One )
ington, Secretary Ilryan Is giving such
Official    Credentials    Necessary    Xo
Cross Frontiers.
The passport will disappear as a
condition of international travel only
with the coming of Ihe millennium. II
would be easier   to   drive   a camel
Additional Locals
through the eye of a needle thani tOJCrltltitm  of  Movement to
Bylaw Re-Submitted  Made at
Sapperton Meeting
detailed Information of the American smuggle a foreigner into Russia with
policy as to leave no doubt of what ��ul  a  Passport     Whether  he  cross
ihe United States wishes accomplished }��e Czf " frontier from the sea, by
So far aB known there have been no <h�� 5* ��**L��f 5'to"?' ?'%''"V'
direct   requests   for  foreign   support. ^M^tS^^bWlS
uUt.,t^v.rtr0nB  lnMmi'iU,n.    I"1  ,hel��Pon to stand and deliver his pass-
United States would  like foreign na-     ��rt a, M       be hag fl���ed t_\
tlons to refrain completely from inter-, ,unga wlth KuaBlan alr     u la a case who are drawing  up  tin
Harsh   criticism  of
ference In the affairs of the lluerta
government are expected to produce
tangible results.
What the United States is seeking
Is an acquiescence in Its policy by the
powers, such an approval to carry with
It discouragement of financial aid to
the Huerta regime through foreign
channels. A few weeks of financial
isolntion. It Ib believed by high officials here, will force the retirement of
That President Wilson might possibly issue a statement In a day or
two making a comprehensive explana-
Musical  Event.
Choir of Olivet Haptist  church    of
Have  Gas :this  city,  under   F.  T.   lllll,  have  In
preparation      Maunders      Song      of
Thanksgiving, which tbey will present
to the public with a choir of 50 voices
'and   full  orchestra  on   Monday  even-
'lng,    November 24.   This   work    has
the   ratepayers  been    In     preparation     for    several
petition  to months and will be one of thi' most
tlon  of  the  purposes  of  the  United j ��bat It costs nothing, since the Uus
States was Intimated.   The president,' *'an authorities undertake all tbe ne-
It Ib said, has
whether he sh
nouncement.'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���, ...
President Wilson was in communl-i as -ridicule, this attitude of the
of passport first and customs "after", be presented ttt the city council for pleasing of the season's musical
for If the traveler's credentials are the purpose of having lhe gas pur- events Inasmuch as most of the load-
not In order his luggage need not be chase bylaw resubmitted, was made ing musicians of the city will take
opened.   It might be thought that ln- at a meeting of the Sapperton Rata- part.
spectlon at the former would suffice; payers'  association  held   in   tlie   Me-1 	
but there is another examination lo thodlst  church   parlors  last  evening.
undergo at Tiflls or St. Petersburg, Both sides of the question were dls- ] Skating sessions at the Arena every
as the case may be; and, Indeed, dur- cussed, Beveral of Ihe small company afternoon and evening. Afternoon being a stay of some weeks ln the cap!- gathered favoring the resubmission, tween 3:30 and 5:30 o'clock. Evening
tal the document Is usually retained a motion endorsing the action of the houre 8:15 to 10:30 o'clock. Band In
by  the.manager of  :he  hotel,   and ratepayers in the. movement, however attendance every evening. (2395)
must be endorsed again by the police waa dcfcated. A COunier resolution,
before the bolder leaves the country. conden-nlng the actlon of (he p,,tltlo���
The one redeeming feature of this workera hp.n_ parfi���a hv a smill ma-
otherwise   Irritating   surveillance   ls *��[, elnB ca r      by "   "a" m
Chairman Watson, who was chair
Wong Sing Stands Over.
In thc police court yesterday morning the case against Wong Sing, ac-
not finally determined I cessary formalities without enacting ***** '�� ,he absence of the president, cme-\ 0f  breaking  the  bylaw   which
all make another uro-   80 much as a rouble for their trouble, thought It was "nerve' for any per- no|,ja rooming house keepers respon-
It Is the fashion to resent, as well sons to start such a  movement and B-bie for tno ,n0rallty of their prem-
" US-
claimed it was only in the Interests Fses^ was adjourned a'fter sonie o7 the
slan police; but tourists wbo are Im- of a few business men. Joseph Cam- evidence for the prosecution had
patient of such xcrutiny are free to eron took the same view and hoped b(H.n heard r 0 K Mart||l lR cim.
stay away, and he methods of Mus- for a heavier defeat ror the bylaw ducU _ ^ f()r ������, c��� ���_,��� w
covy are, after all, not more prying should It be resubmitted. -,- Hansford Is annearlnc for the <le
or Impertinent than those of Mont- j Ea-Alderman (iarrett predicted blue ?' , an8,ord ,8 ��PPewlOg lot tbe de-
real.   The Canadian Immigration bu- ru|n for an).  BUC|,  project and  went 	
reau demands from each arrival an int0 a g,,n(,ral resume of    what    he |
assurance that he is not an Anarchist   c|ulrded  the cRy had ���VM away  ln     T ,    , M���ctJon, at the rink
a polygamist. cripple, or   hereditary the  pagt  u,.v  ytarri,  ni(,nti0���|���g  the every evening between the hour, of
cation again today through Senator
Bacon with members of the senate
foreign relations committee. The
president feels that members of the
committee. Hepublicans and Democrats alike, are supporting the policy
of the executive, and he Is giving serious consideration to their views as
to the removal of the embargo on arms
and ammunition. H ^^^^^^^
Communicate to  London. agkB questions about hls parents and .   h    abs(,IK.P of tht, officers.
It was reported  today that Sir Ed-   grandparents, and in fact displays an ,     , ,
S:a,?LTy.r.r-P!!l-Pri:'?-tr-.SeC,eJ.ar>:-t.�� tnBl Inqulstlveness of which   Itussian oil,-  ;j��raC^01^Wna|daa,8 f(lr Hectiol. In  the
and   aldermanlc
Imbec'tre.  It insists on knowing whe- ^r^ppiy' iJTparticular.
tbf.r_ he. h.af.?a"-^!8.��^.n SSSffliil    On account  of  the  sparse  attend-
8:15 and 10:30 o'clock.
British   foreign   minister.  Sir  Kdward, cials would never dream. ���n���ii,,a    mavdralty
Brey, had obtained Secretary Bryan's!      The trouble in Turkey, where   the CO   im,    ma. J
i-iews on Ihe situation and had trans-   ordinary  passport of other countries cuinua is u ^	
���nltted them in a long report to l.on-   Is replaced by the taskere. Is   on the,
lon.    The   British    ambassador.    Sir   other  hand,  that of  continual  petty,
Cecil Spring-Rice, is still confined  to   exactions of a few plasters bere and
bis bed a few piasters there, not only (In the
Senor   de   la   Vega,   Cuban   charge   days of  Abd-ul-liamld)  on ent�����>8.
here, issued a statement, denying for   but actually on leaving the country as
well.    Nowadays,  however,  this  rule(
of InBpecti.iB  the tesker- of anyone]
quitting    Ottoman    territory,    which
were   merely   an   excuse   for   a   last
backsheesh,   bas   wisely    been   done
away with.
The oblect of the passport has altered during the past two centuries.
The "license to travel'' of Elizabethan times represented ln efTect an
export duty on touristB. and was insisted on in the hope of discouraging
foreign travel
Social and P
lis government a recent report from
\'ogalo'S. Sonora, that two Cuban war-
-hips had been offered to the Constitu-
ionalists at a conference between
'leneral Carranza and a Cuban commission headed by Pablo Menocal
brother Of the president of Cuba.
I MrB. A. W. (Iray, __6 Becond Btreet,
will not receive until lhi? Second Wednesday of December.
Mrs. Hobb Sutherland, 'i'U Third
street, will receive on Friday and
every second Friday thereafter during the season.
'    The    (Jirls'    club    of    St.    Alban's
church,   EaBt   Burnaby,   will   give   Its I
llrst   dance   of  the   season   In  dray's
hall, Kdmonds, on Thursday evening.
Several New Westminster parties nrn
Woman Convicted for Using Mail
Defraud  Will   Appeal
Kansas City, Mo.. Nov. 11. ��� Mrs.
Leon Alden, convicted here last week
of using the mails to defraud In luring men to invest in her business
ventures, was released this afternoon
on $3000 bond. She had been sentenced lo thirteen months in the penitentiary at Lansing. The woman will
At the trial Mrs. Alden admitted
extensive operations In many cities
throughout the country in which she
secured large suiiib of money from
prospective business partners, several
of whom, according to letters introduced,   were   prospective  husbands.
deal with  u  dispute  between  Canadian  I'acilic  railway  and  ihe  main-
|u   _   w   ***a*nrm*m ICIl-dlCe    Of    WftJ    '111 plO>* M'S    <>n    H*    H\-
hich the'authorities ,lr'' system to the number of about
regarded, ln post-reformation days, 50,000, Tlie dispute In question grows
as subversive of Protestantism and out of a proposed new schedule ot
likely also to undermine the patrlo- agreement submitted by the em-
tic sentiment of Kngiish youth.    Ed- ployees.
ward VI. and Elizabeth both gave Chief Justice Meredith Is appointed
letters, which may virtually be re- by the minister uf labor in the ub-
garded as passports, to commercial sence of any joint recommendation
adventurers trading in Russia and from the other two member:, of the
Persia. Nowadays, on the other hand, board. The company's nominee on the
a passport is simply  a certificate of  board  is  Hon    Wallace Nesbitt.  K ('
Appoint  Chairman   of   Board  to   Deal
with Controversy Between C.
P. R. and Employees.
Ottawa, Nov. n. - The appointment
is today announced by the minister <>f
labor, of Chief Justice Richard M.
Meredith, of thc court of common
pleas, of Ontario, as chairman of the
board established under the indus-
trial disputes    investigation    act.    to  planning to attend with  prospeclB of
In Order to Extend the
Use of
We offer our Customers
the Following
1     Copper
Nickel     Electric
KI  Perco     Electric    Coffee
1 El Tehallo Klectric Tea Pot
1  bIx lb. Hot  Point Iron.
1   Vtillty   Outfit.
Klectric  Stove   and
a complete
All can be used from the ���ordinary lamp socket. On view
in our windom;.
Tickets Iplven with each $1.00
purchase. To be drawn for
December 31st, 1913.
Brown & Son
620 Columbia St.
New  Westminstei.
Toronto, and the employee*- nominee
Is Henry Irwin, of Portage la Prairie.
citizenship, in which the foreign secretary for the time being calls upon
all those "whom lt may concern" to
pass tbe bearer "freely, without let
or hindrance," -nd  to afford all ne
ceasardy assistance and protection.      	
The modern passport Is a coldly lm- 	
personal and official document, with i Industrial Commissioner W. L. liar-
none of the glamor of these old let-']|ng lg tbe man for local people to
ters from   princes;   but   something,,,.,, wh,>n contemplating commencing
An experimental shed is fn be onr, I analo'B'*-"l�� "> ,hBu> survived until re-   business ln  New Westminster, nnd at
xpetim.ntal shed Ib to be con-| centlj   ln  Morocco,  where the grand  t������  Progressive association's meeting
yesterday   it   was explained   that   the
a late car being engaged.
Mrs.    Harry     Hudson.    417    Third
avenue, will receive   this   afternoon
and  every  second  Wednesday  during
the season.
Mrs Arthur New all and Mr. nnd
Mrs. It. S. Newall, of Salisbury, KtiK-
land, are staying at the Uussell.
Mis Henry L. Edmonds will nct receive today.
A. Creasy, of Framlingham. Kngland. il. Pollard, of Ipswich, Kngland.
and H. v. Oreen, of Colchester, Kng
land, were among th" guests at the
Hussell hotel yesterday,
J. II. Duggan, of Toronto, registered
at the Hussell yesterday.
Still  progressing.    Come  and
see ub  We can save yuu mom'}.
(loodB delivered to any part of
the city.
Robson Grocery
Corner 6th St. and 5th Ave.
Phone 404.
strutted on a lot near the li. C. E. R.
right-of-way   In  Queensborough   hy  J.
M. Gawa. manager of the Koyal In-
elllgence bureau, who nas u_.il stv-
���ral    years'    experience    in  growing
vizier used to give bis sign manual
to favored travelers in the atlas or
olher wild regions of the Shereehan
empire, whereby they wer sure of
the  assistance cf country  kaids  and
lusbrooms, and who has realized that | of Immunity from attack or imposl-
l.ulu island Ib a suitable location fo
be supply of fertilizer and for transportation of other materials, as well
is affording easy means of shipping
the crops to the east. He has chosen
i site near .Morrison's nail factory
md otbained permits of the city and
he building inspector.
Although the proposed shol is very
���mall it is intended to enlarge if ex-
lerlments prove successful and to
orm a cumpatiy���__-U_h capital _____$_.__���.
100   i*:irly   n> It   Spring.
Also Mr. Gawa Intends Introducing
icquatlc plants such as the Iris and
otus from Japan. Ile Btated yester
lay that two kinds of mushroom
ipav.n wlll be sown, one from Mont
real, the other from England.
tion. The priceless letter used to cort
nothinti beyond thanks at an audience and the only obligation.
which it entailed on the holder was
that he should at bis own expense
Include a couple of Moorish soldiers
In his retinue. The armory of these
warriors was somewhat obsolete, bu'
they wi"*? handy men in pitching i,
tent or lighting a camp fire and wen
generally worth more than their ver;
modest keep and wage.
Very Untidy.
The  great    baseball    player's  wife
had never teen a game, but be Snail]
! persuaded lu-r to view one in wblcb
I he was to play.    He was doing bla
I best, of courB".   One strike had been
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  j called on him, and. as usual In bane-
 I |,a|| anecdotes. Iwo men were oul and
Miller's Appeal Postponed. the bases full.    Our hero was gather
Ottawa, Nov. ll.��� The appeal of ii. j i"K his strength for tbe swat he was
C. .Miller, last session's slate prisoner i going to give the ball.    And the bal
igalnBt   the    ruling    of    the Quebet '> <'*''���"���    He knew It was hls as the bal'
oun. wblch was to the effect that In. ! atart(M!' and wllh a mighty crack In |
commissioner was In a position to as
sist locul men in organizing and se*.-
ting up businesses. His work Is not
intended to be confined to outside concerns.
The booklet which has heen in the
printers' bands for some weeks will
be ready for circulation by the end of
..ovembcr. Arrangements for a
luncheon at which Principal Wesbrook of the University of Hritish Columbia is to speak are progressing.
Fancy and Evening Dresses
a Specialty.
Room 14, Smith Block.
Hats valued from $7.50 to $10.00 will go while
tliey last for $1.50 to $2.50.
On Sale from 12 to 6 o'clock.
BOILERS  Riveted Steel Pipes
       BURN OIL     ���
P.  O.   BOX   44?
.  free Demonstration
Edward's Soups
Call In our store ut once and try
these delicious samples. Our demon-
atrator will bo pleased to show you
how simple tiny are to prepare. Sold
In three flavors- Tomato. Vegetable
and Brawn Bout at, per pai ket  ..5c.
Canned Peaa, per can  1��c
Club Sauce, reR. -5c.. at 2 for 35c
WorooBter-shire Sauce,  larce  bottles;
���t     2 for 25c
Mackerel In Tomato i-atice; 3 tins 25c
Dean's Grocery
In requesting that the meeting be post .
poned for a few hours.
Mayor .Mars reported that ihe bank
authorities had taken the matter of
nra.'itinn lhe city a further loan under'
Burr Block
Phone 386.
Columbia Street.
I Youths Confined in  Penitentiary May
Be Sent to Lumber Camps as
Kingston, Ont., Nov, 11, To save
children criminals from the association of confirmed Convicts In tin'
I'ortsmouth penlntentlary, a parole Is
now being considered by the federal
authorities and i.s likely to be tried
this year, Tbeee young prisoners,
now serving terms In tbe I'ortsmouth
or oiher penitentiaries win be sent to
the lumber camps throughout the Dominion next year, under the personal
ehni'Re of  the  men  employed  hy  the
cimp association,
The  scheme originated   with  0,   M.
MacDonnell, K. <".. member of the
commission Investigations conditions
at thi' penl&tentlary and  Ib a    direct
resull of that enqniry.
The youths wlll be given work ln
the woods us axemen.
���?ive an accounting of (50,000 he li
illeged to have received from the
Diamond Lighting and Heating company to obtain government contract!
is not likely to be I. ard by thi
supreme court tills term wben thi
Quebec appeals will be taken up. Thit
morning it uus found that the Millet
appeal had not been Inscribed foi
hearing at the presenl -ittlng of the
As Fsr as Ha Could Go.
1," Bhe said proudly, "cun trace my
ancestry back to armor and shirt, ot
"I started to trace my ancestry buck
once," he replied, "but my wife made
me stop when I got to shirt sleeves
and overalls."���Judge.
lifted it into space. Dropping his bat
be sped for first, and ere the roar o.'
applause burst out a slight wonim
In the grand stand rose and callet*1:
"Will, come back here and put tha-
bat v. bere it belongs!"
_Tlc Snei/.liig Prayer.
Tin* ustrjni of following a sncez<
wllh a prayer goes so far back In*������
the pan it is mxt to Impossible to sa>
when It actually began. According t<
Slrada the custom originated among
the Assyrians, who, through an opln
Ion of the danger that attended It,
after the act of sneezing made a short
prayer to the tods. The Romans after sneezing cried out. "Jupiter, help
me!" The custom Is mentioned by
Homer, the ��� rly Jewish writers aid
others, and ls found among many 8av-
age tribes.
Mus. Bac.
Singing.   Piano.   Theory.
I'or Terms and  Hours Apply at
9tudlo.  1011   Hamilton  Street.    Phone
1319 R. 12253)|
Residence Y. W. C. A        Phone 1324
641 Front Street    Out of the High  Rent District.
$30,000 Stock to Select From.
Open  Evenings  Till  9 o'clock.
Good Namts and Riches.
"A good name Is better than great
riches," quoted tbe sage.
"But that's not the reason why most
of us arc poor," replied tbe fool.���Cincinnati Enquirer.
Begtn yonr web. end (lod will sup.
ply yon wltb thread.���Italian 1'rovvrb
Vacation Introductions.
Now thnt summer vacations nre In
order, the need of frequent Introduc
Uonu Is very apparent, for new t'uec-j
sre constantly appearing, nnd custom
demands tbnt sun ngers be formally in
troduced to each other by n third pel
Remember that the simplest firm it
the best Do nol give n lengthy Intro
dni'tory paragraph which len nf He
two strangers -.tainting In eiuliurriiHs
If you will keep In mltiil Unit :i nuiup
"liouiil be clearly pfotiOiiiicert. tn pre
vent nil future trnotile. you wlll form
it hn hit nf saying the -iam>-�� -slowly hh i
ii Waa Ills' Own.
"What's the baby crying fot
now?" asked the bea' of the house
from lhe depth of his paper.
"lie wants hla own way," answered the mother.
And with his mind on the latest
stock quotations hubby replied:
"Well, If It's bis, why don't you let
him  have It?"
Motherly Admonition.
"Now, Anne, bow often have I toll
you always lo cast your eyes down
when you ar�� In thejttreet? It makes
a good Impression, and, besides, you '
sometimes lind a pockctbook that
Iron, t.uld anil Water.
Iron   ls   seven   times   as   heavy  sn i
water, hulk for hulk, and gold t me-
teen  tlmeB as heavy.
Reach  Peace Acreement.
Alliens,   Nov.   It -The   Greek   and
Turkish  peace delegates reached an
agreement     today    practically  on  all
points  under  negotiation.    Tliey  ini- [
Hated the draft convention wlilch will
result In a complete settlement of the
controversy between the Two countries. ,
It will pay you to watch our adu, as we will give yon special prlcoB on certain articles every day
A good chance to buy for i.'hrietmas and not too early, as a small deposit will hold any artlclo until
you want It delivered.    Our bargains are genuine and we have no fake prices.
Brass Bed, guaranteed u years; regular $1750.   Special  $13.50
Ilrass  fled, guaranteed  20  years;   regular $2B.00.    Bpeclal     $21.00
Circassian   Walnut  Dresser;   regular  $35.00.   Special     $29.00
Circassian Walnut Chiffonier;  regular $35.00.    Special    ,.  $29.00
Library Table, solid fumed oak;  regular $14.50.   Special     $11.78
Extension   Table,   solid   oak;   regular  $16.00.    Special     $12.75
Kitchen Cabinet, top and base complete;  regular $15.00.   Special     $11.75
Chenpcr to buy a new couch than havo the cl .1 one repaired.
Ccuc.h  In red or green velour;  regular $6.60.   Special       $5.25
Couch In Vlrona velour, roll edge; regular $15.00.   Speclul     $12.00
Couch  In  Imitation  Spanish;   regular $16.50.    Special    Y    $13.2*!
Couch In genuine leather; regular $29.00.   Special  $23.00
The Big Furniture Store Sixth and Carnarvon Sts. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1913.
,. . page ftrtm
Premier   Attraction   for   Saturday
Rovers-West Vancouver Cup Tie
���The Lint up.
With all city league games called !
off fur Saturday afternoon the Rover* ,
West Vancouver Iroquois cup g i.ne:
wlll be the tine best bet for local foot ;
ball fans st Moody park, no opposition
as a centre or attraction being recorded  ln either soccer or rugby.
At the city league meeting held
last night all tho delegates wars of
one mind to bring out every fun to
Moody park Saturday afternoon iu order to show New Westminster the
brand of soccer which can be dished
Here Is the probable line-up of the
Itovers: Ooal, Samphor; backs, Hutch
kin*, McNaughton; halves, Lord,
I(uyes, McMillan; forwards, O'Malley,
t'arlnduff Shawcross Mcl.eod, Cady-
Hhllllps of Vancouver will officiate.
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New   York,   Nov.   I'i. -Pro-
motet Hilly (llbaoii was   llgur- '-.':���
Ing      loday    on    whether    he #
would have    to reinforce    tin t
ring ut Madison Square Garden i:
before December 2, when Carl 6
Morris and   Jess Willard.    the
two heavyweight "hopes,"  wlll *:*.
be brought together    In    a  10
round bout. ���.'���
They are two of the biggest ���;:
men In the ring at tho present
time.     Wlllard     weighs      _l'_ #
pounds and Morris 280.
ff  Uf  l*f  iif  �����#������������.  flt 0  ft  it  1, *
lng taking up Harrop's reinstatement
in amateur ranks with the secretary
of the local amateur branch.
The Hovers will have an open slate
on Saturdap afternoon when they
meet West Vancouver In a postponed
Iroquois   cup   tie.     The   local   should
be  able  to   get  away   with   the
with a lead of several games.
Nothing   Heard  of  Big  "Moose"   During Past Week���Ed Savage on
s  Still   Hunt
Where Is Krnle (Moose) Johnson?
Thia question Is being asked Malinger
Savage these days who In turn Is
searching high and low for lhe atai
��� over point player of last year's Hoyal
so tbat Johnson's name can be affixed
to a 1913-14 contract.
I.lttie difficulty is anticipated when
tho player Is corralled but the corralling part appears to be no cinch
of n job to all accounts.
Johnson, with the exception of Geo,
Kochon, Is th" only player mtsJilig
from last year's lineup.
"Happy" Williamson In a new role
Bkating   Instructor  at   the arena.     No
one  ever  disputed    the    fact    that
Happy could skate anyway.
0 .	
Chicago,  Nov. 11 -Nels Nei-
0   son, father of Hattiing Nelson,
of light fame, was arraigned In
-.'������    court  at   Soulh  Chicago  today
charged with falling    to    keep
hla property  In    a    clean    and
healthful condition.
"Hat doesn't seem  to    have
i������    much to do    nowadays."    aug-
���:������   seated Judge   Suiiiyati.. "You
C   ailght put the ex-champlon   to
S   -work cleaning up around    thc
house ^^|
The swimming body of this prm
Ince are going to make things Interesting 'or the B, C. A A. D. Yesterday It wns decided to send a delegate
to the annual meeting of the ('.A.A.C.
ami lay the whole facts of the trouble
before tit" head moguls.
After all the knocking he received
In this province this summer on account of his trouble with the Vancouver fight promoti rs. Willie Ritchie
still     retains     the     lightweight   title.
Leach Cross probahly fought his best
battle before a home crowd in Gotham
on  .Monday but  he was no match  for
the Callfornlan.
Kochon tried out with the Kdmonton
baseball club last summer, but after
playing a few weeks with the northern Alberta club was released. From
tliere he went to .Swift Current where
he went Into partnership In a pool
room establishment.
Just how Kochon is making out In
the Ivory trade Is uot known but
hopes ar>* expressed by Manager Kd.
Savage that word will be received
from Kochon this week indicating
that he Is ready to Btart for the coast.
New WeBtmliiBter fans certainly hope
*o, for Kochon made tho one big bit In
the P. C. II. A. last winter, hia rushes
up the Ice and his star back-checking
lielng one of the features of the Koyal
One more man ls needed by the
Royals to complete the team and the
wires ure being kept hot with a prairie player offering him Inducements
lo pack  his  kit.
Itun McDonald, Ik�� Treherne and
Ken Mallen have had their first work-
_iit with several of the Vancouver
playera although regular practice will
not commence until Nov. 20.
"A speedy hunch" was the general
expression of the hockey fans at the
rink last evening after watching the
Circle fr aggregation go through a
strenuous workout. Jimmy Dunbar
was again noticed between the sticks
and was stopping 'em high and lo'V.
"Doc" Scott has unearthed some fist
material thin winter, fast enough to
be counted In the running for the Mo-
Ka�� cup.
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{Uy the Potter.l
The baseball fans of the country
ran now breathe a sigh of relief, Tyrus
Cobb champion batsman of the world,
will stay with the Detroit Tigers. Yesterday Frank J. Navin came through
with a letter from the (leorgla l'each
lo the effect that he was entirely satisfied wltb conditions and was willing to play in Detroit as long aa the
management und public were willing
lo have hlin. Navin stated that Cobb
would receive in 19H the largest salary every paid to a player In the history  ot  baseball.
Hy the wsy Marsh Hodge's bunch
of bowlers are hitting the pins this
���winter, Vancouver looks to be the
one best bet In the Northwest Bowling congress to be held In January or
The Moose will be out this evening
In full force Manager Hill Grab M
hinted last night about Home new
finds he has picked up. If every
man signed hy the four clubs star "tl
In the best of the' Oil A., then t.ie
class of hockey will seriously deteriorate this  winter iu the east.
Mocte Club Plan to Branch Out in All
Sports���Smoker on Monday
Nov. 24.
A new athletic organization to he
known aB the Moose Athletic associa-
ilon hat; been organized to branch out
In practically every lino of sport,
especially In boxing and wrestling.
In order to give the new organization a good start a mammoth smoker
is scheduled for Monday evening. Nov.
'it. when an excellent card will be o.i
tap for the edification of the Bpor'ln;;
public of the city  and district.
The Officers of the association are;
President,    A.     J    Leamy;   secretary
treasurer 0. fr. Lewis; executive. II.
O'Connor J. I. Keary. J. Phillips. W.
Lord, fr, Peterson, Vi. Oraham. II. J.
Leamy, (i   Smedley. S. Spencer, lt. C.
McDonald A. s. Mils B. Seeley, T, J
Mahony. W. Smith I). lloyle. J. Jones,
I Hannon, T. Mavis, W. Craig, Dr.
Meetings wlll he held every Monday
evening when everybody will be wel
come. Oeorge Smedley will handle
the boxing R. C. McDonald will look
after the wrestling events while W.
Matthews   Is   instrustor  of   Jul   Jultsl.
Some men ln search of employment
look   for  positions  or  situations,  but
those who go to the civic employment
bureau are after JoIjb  mostly and as
far as possible they  get them.    Just
yesterday within one hour after word ;
for   seven   men   carne   from   up   the I
river, the gang had started for work.!
Much   the   same   thing   happened   thej
day before, thus proving ihat al pres-1
ent  there  are   many   more  men   than i
Jobe. |
Since   the   bureau    under    Thomas
Turnbull opened some weeks ago 160 i
men   have   registered   as   ready   and I
re. j willing    to    work.     YeBterday   wcre
,'���   there jobs for 100 men, thc meu could
n | have been had at once.
Schmaltz" und    "Maggie    Flynn"
spectlvely,    and     Harry    Turney
"Percy   Broadway,"   somewhat    of
flirt.    "Alicia"   (Miss Daw)  is
friend with a coterie of others.    And   . ., , ,
George M. Oohan (Mr. Fryer) and hls; prc��pectlv.e ����#*>*��! ��"d employers
company will  be there, consisting of
"Lillian    Hussell,"    Catherine    Mulr; |
"John Drew,"  W.  11.  Mumford;     "De-
Wolf Hopper," Matt. J. Knight; "Julia
Marlowe,"   MIsb  Turney;   "Robert   B,
Mantell,"    Mr.     Chestnut;      "Maude |
Adams," Miss    Yvonne
,,       .   '      me   department   Is   finding   favor
,ouu   Iwllh all, for it la a centre to which
come  to  find   what   they are  seeking
without loss of time.
HI At tke Theatres
^_________________________________________   an(i I
"Anna Held," MIsb l-tura Lavery, The |
witches are Miss  Fletcher and  Miss i    _, ,    _
Gilley and Miss Smith. Th ���<��� ,ou.r Part ���m,oUon P'ctur�� W*
The choruses are also   very    largelentation,?' a    subject,    which    must
and some very good voices are    well \*!******Tii*_. ***** *f.l?t����tt of tbe
brought out in  music of the  whistly
Newly Appointed Officer of the  Law
Commences Work Next Saturday.
entire world, and which Is the first
big feature to be marketed In the
United States and Canada as a product of the British Colonlal-Kinemato-
graph company, makers of U.-C. films,
will be seen at the Royal iheatre today.
There Is throughout the entire production BufTicient number of thrills to
satisfy any one, and the manoeuvring
of massed bodies of troops, the charge
of cavalry, the artillery firing, hand-
to hand encounters and wonderful exhibitions of horsemanship serve ro
place this production well up among
the leaders.
The horsemanship shown throughout the entire production is little
short    of    marvelous.    It would seei.i
ithat a troop of thousands of acrobatic
riders  had   been   engaged.     How   the
i riders manage to keep from seriouj
bodily harm is a miracle.
I The pictures have been taken on
the  Waterloo  battle  grounds.    Napo
:Ion's headquarter.. nt I__.lt> !l" Alliance,   Wellington's   in adquarters   at
'. Waterloo    and    the    strongholds    at
[Haugiiinont are all shown.
I    This wonderful  film  will  be shown
i al   the   Koyal   theatre   for   two   days
! only, starling thiB afternoon.
Capital  Subscribed $500,000.00   Cspital  Paid up..:... t44��,����7J��
Reserve Fund $200,000.00.   i
To every one making a wlll and appointing an executor to manage their estate, the above figures have a deep-meaning.
Tbey prove that In addition to careful management, experience
and knowledge of values, this Company offers a financial standing
and responsibility that private executors cannot give.
Our charges for handling Estates are never more and are often
less than those allowed to a private executor. When yoo can seesnre
so many advantages without additional cost by appointing this Company to act aa your executor, you should give the matter carefal
consideration and consult with us.
Full Particulars  on Application
J. J. JONES, Managing Director. *
J. A. RENNIE, Secretary-Treasurer.
"What's worth doing Is worth doing
well," Is the motto Mrs. Margaret K.
Patchell, the new policewoman, is setting for herself, and with thlu before
her she will come into her duties as an
officer of the law on Saturday.
"My work is new work in New
Westminster and I must build it up
aud regulate It," Bald Mrs. i'atchell
lust night. "It will therefore be more
difficult to carry on than if I had a
predecessor, lt will be largely pre-
ventltlve. for an ounce of prevention
is worth a pound of cure, you know."
New     Westminster's    first     policewoman    will  be    at    work daily    before many   Citizens   are   about.   She | -_J MJgg'
will  meet the  7 a.m. Oreat Northern '. iDiuinrM
railway   train.     While  at   the   depots UK.A.M.. *n~-"**
ber badge will be that of the Travel-   dEMBERS OF THE INCORPORATED
tare'  Aid society. I SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
Women and children will be looked Lessons in Pianoforte, Violin, Sing-
after, and those new to the city will ling, Voice Production, Theory (in
be directed to the beBt and safest class or privately), Harmony, Counter
places  to  stay.    GirlB  arriving  here-point. Musical Form and History.
Furniture Exchange   *
in 61 Sixth street for real bargains in all kinds pf furniture and furnishings.    Picture Framing, Upholstering, Furniture Repairing, etc.
Try us for Window Shades.
Royal Mercantile Co.
Free, aad Oeal.
W. r. H. BUCKUN.
���ee. and Trees.
will be directed to the Y.W.O.A.
ft 3 ��
Who pinched the small change I'.tj..
In the clothes of the Bankers' soccer!;'
team while playing In Vancouver la_t |��
Saturday Some gink certainly mad ' t ;;
good Job of the affair among thai*
clothes of the boys left ln the Var. I '���'
couver \. M. 0. A., some of the play-1:'-
ers not having enough lefl to gel I'.cme |0
The beBt Ice of the season wag er-
perlenced by the skaters at the vinU
Inst 'Veiling, the surface being kept
hard  throughout the entire session.
It remained for a New Westminster billiard star. Charlie Coldicutt.
to star: off the Vancouver league last
evening with high break of 72 playing for Paul and Rates. This reminds ua that local billiard players
will organise at tbe Club alleys this
Chicago. Nov. 12, ��� Mrs.
Frank Ootch, buying some new-
fall duds In Chicago, an
nounced today that under no
circumstances would Bhe permit her husband to return to
the mat and defend his title as
world's champion wrestler.
Gotch told sporting writers
thai her assertion "about
settled It."
ii fl
That was a tidy sized laugh which
permeated the rink Inst evening when
six-footer hit the dips and gyrated
after the pattern of an aviator. Ho
caught a "My Word" from an Englishman when landing on terra firma.
With Fred Lake. Clint Benedict and
Alf. Dcnnlson on the Ontario lineup
Jimmy Murphy wlll be able to hit a
pace which will keep the Queen City
to the fore thiB winter Ui the N.H.A.
Lake Is a big heavy fellow, so heavy
In fact that the fans attempt to pull
off a few Jokes with the player, but
he plugs along and generally makes a
lilt before the end of the game. Benedict should make good between the
flags while Dennlson Is well worm
his place on the forward line.
All senior rugby games have been
called off for Baturday afternoon la
order to allow the Vancouver-Victoria
���rep game at Brockton Point to be
the one attraction. The contest
should be a fast one throughout, made
more so by the fact that the Mc-
Kechale cup games were undecided
last winter owing to a dispute In the
With the best IB drawn from the
crack college teams of California, tne
All-Blacks should be hard pressed on
Saturday lf they are to continue their
winning streak.
Vlcterla Ice skaters will Join ini a
carnival on Friday evening. Norva
Baptle, the star fancy blade artist
wlll lead off the procession wl* "'��
partner, Miss Butler. Jhe Westminster Arena company should make an
endeavor to get this couple over for
one evening at Queen s park in order
to show local people Just what fancy
stunts can really be pulled off on a
pair of skates.
Stellar Defence Msn of Royals Will
Likely Be Heard From This
Readers of The NewB were Informed five days sgo that Oeorge Kochon
may quit tne game which would mean
that New Westminster would be without his services this winter. No word
bas been received from Rochon In
tbe Interim and lt is quite possible
that the Royals will have to scout
around for another point player to
partner Ernie Johnson on the defence.
As far aa can be made out the
trouble is not over financial matters.
MoOlU'a team loBt three straight to
Marshall's aggregation at the club al-
H.s last  nlgbt.    The Bcore:
Pierce 104    202    179��� 545
Max  141    138    181- 430
Robertson    156    121    135��� 412
A. N. Other   138    117    128-383
McOill    147    181    177��� 505
Totals 746 759 770���2275
Wigley 179 189 203���570
Daley    166 195 168���529
Johnson 141 121 138-397
Turner   138 117 128��� 373
Marshall    153 179 193-525
Totals 767   801   826���2402
Next game, Burnet vs. Pike tonight.
Held ti McDonald vs. American Can
company tomorrow night.
Oxnard, Cal., Nov. ll.���The New
Vork Giants defeated the Chicago
White. Sox here today by a score of
3-2, in a game which was featured
by Crawford making a home run In
the third Inning. This ls Fred Snod-
grass' borne town and when he went
to hat he was presented with a gold
watch. Lobert raced around the diamond with a pony, which won by a
..Score: R,   H.   E.
Olants  : ,....3     i    i
White Sox   2   12     6
Batteries: Mathewson and Meyers;
Bent, Russell and Daley.
Pupils prepared for the examine
| tlons ot the Associated Board of the
I Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College of Music. Also Professional
j Diplomas, Teacher or Performer.
For  terms, etc..  apply  61  Dufferin
, Street.   Phone 411 R.
Hr, Cedar and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 877.
Jchn  H. McNeice and Alderman  Me
Kay Will Probably Be Candi.
dates in January.
j   Royal Intelligence Bureau
415 Westminster Trust Building.
J. M. GAWA, Mgr.
Exclusive agent for H. Obashl &
I Co., New York, manufacturers of
I Typewriter Backing Sheets. Carbon
Tapers. Ribbons, etc. Mall address.
Drawer   110  New   Westminster.
709 Columbia St.
Westminster Trust Bid*.
Though no definite announcements
have been made by either it is very
probable that John 11. McNeice and
Alderman W. D. McKay will contest
the mayoralty of Port Moody at the
forthcoming civic elections. Both have
a considerable following and have
been asked to stand. R. Thurston.
who has been suggested as a mayoralty candidate states positively that
he will not run.
Of  the  present  councll   it   ls  con-
lidentally expected that Aldermen On-j
ley,  Murray.  McNeice.  Mel-ean    ana j
White will seek return to the council. I
Alderman Clarke has announced    his I
retirement, while the candidature of
Alderman Brlttaa is doubtful. Among
those mentioned as aldermanic asplr- j
ants Is W. T. Johnston, of Johnston
Bros., who has been   approached   to
Alderman Ottley stated tbat If he
did mu, and he Intimated that hc
would, he would seek the support of
jthe ratepayers on the attitude he
maintained with reference to the city
ball question which occupied tbe
limelight at council meetings for several months during the summer. He,
with Aldermen Murray and McNeice,
favored the provision of a combined
civic administration and entertainment building out of the eity hall bylaw funds while the balance of tbe
council decided only on the construction ot what is described aa the "civic
recreation hall." ��� ���'
What with the harbor improvements, the further
tbe fisheries and
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
surely Westminster ts coming to
her own.
Tailor to Ladles and Gentlemen.
Westminster Truet Slock.
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 12.���
FoIboiii penitentiary convicts
defeated Christian Brothers'
college of Sacramento I to 1
in a baseball game played at.
tbe penitentiary. It was aaid to
be the lirst game ever played
between a penitentiary team
and one from the outside
world. Convict Uo. 6092
pitched effectively for Rolsom
and his work was cheered by
1100 of his fellows. It was his
farewell appearance, as he Is
about to be paroled.
"The convict* forget all the
regrets and sorrows of the
past, all the fears and doubts
of tbe future," said Warden
Johnson ln describing the circumstances of the gnme.
Eager to retaliate for ����� Cltycajr
luring Vetrle, the CoqulUam aoccer
cluh are after Vlneent Harrop, last
iZov, with the Itovers andjone of
the most dashing forwards P>W��s���*_*,_ *, Bnca��r,    m��   vunaw   ������������.   �����.
Tth* club"*" n* X'hSt"re* * ******** ������������ * ������������ ******** ��< *����� *��� ����� ?���������������
Roles Assigned for "The Queen of
Bonbon Land."
Another rehearsal was held last
night of "The Queen of Bonbon i*nd"
at the Conservative club rooms which
outlines most clearly that this big
extravaganza whloh ls to be given
Thursday and Friday evenings, November 20 and 21, ts going to be In
every respect the clever affair expected.
The plot Is not supposed to be consistent, but at that it follows real life
as nearly as the usual musical
; comedy. The characters are likewise
tt' fictitious to a degree, this being the
tt probable reason that their comic
$ , valne Is enhanced.
Mrs. J. D. Taylor la to be the
"Queen," Mlaa Peel* Is "llona" the
Princess-pretender, and Miss Corbould Is "Panchette" the vagrant
Princess. "Happy Hooligan," is*
tramp-king ia played by Douglaa
Wright, and Prank Bilodeau ta "Rube
Slicker,"   the   village   aleuth.   Mn,
Two Weeka for Staring.
Breslau, Oermany, Nov. ll.���Sentence ot a fortnight in prison for star
Ing at a policeman was Impoeed on a
business man of thla elty today. In
hla defence the defendant said he be*
lieved the policeman was observing
him too conspicuously aa he stared
back. The court ��� tn pronouncing
judgment aaid tbe defendant had
been guilty of "A most serious Insult to an official."
A sensational dramatic    Ea-
aanay attraction In two parts.
Vitagraph presents Maurice Coa-
tello and Clara Klaball
Young In
Comedy Drama.
Coming Thursday
In three parts. Lean tha latest dancea. Hesitation - Watta.
Trukey Trot aad   Ota   Tango
The Battle of
A film of Masterful production in four parts taken
upon the actual scene of the battle by the British Colonial
Kinematograph Co. The story adheres closely in detail to>
history and every move of the famous battle has been well
The Battle of
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Use The Mail For Banking
You need not make a speolal trip ta town toeeek aobequa,
make adepeslt or draw Some mooagr.  Use saeaisSl Isiiasd
You will find our syatsm et BanMag Sr Ma* a sale aad
convenient stay ef tramaoMng ail your baaktJsg ssslasas
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1|       41        %        *t*r THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
Classified Advertising
GOOD embalming!   not wanted here
eelved for Toe News st the following places: S. T. Hill's drug Btore,
��_8 Columbia strei: A. Sprice,
Queensborougli, '-"1" Island; Mrs.
B. Larden. Highland Park; Mrs. V.
Lewis, Alta Vbtta.
FOR SALE���Al.l, OK i'AHT Ol
furniture Of six-room house to rent.
Apply 35 Huffcriu street, phone
12,3 K. 12384)
'jMummy Found In Arizona Canyon Resembles Closely Its Egyptian
a RATt-6. ���
Classified���Ono cent per ��nrd per
day 4c per word per week; 15c per
montb; I.WM words, tn b* used as repaired wltkfn one year from date of
contract, |26.00.
itn house, Sixth street cur line,
close ill. Apply llox 2389 News
office, (2389)
Immigration  Official  Will Carry That
Leson to thc Old
erty tliroiiRh an ad
in this
ture in large or small quantities for
spot cssb. Will give full value or
will bell your household goods and
efli-cts by auction. Will guarantee
to realUe value or no commission
charged. H. J Hussell, Weatmlnster
Auction Hous*. Kings hotel block,
Columbia street. I-'"11
roomed bungalow, cement basement,
heated with hot. water and hro
place: faces tiio river; rent 5:10 per
month. Would consider lease. Bn-
quire at 1121   Edinburgh  ftrwV
tices and rooni-i in the tine new
MeLeod building. Sixth and Carnarvon streeta, from ��7 per month up;
including heat, light anil hut and
cold water in every room. Apply
room 111. <2379)
to rent try an ad. in this column.
tage, furnished, at 220 Seventh
Btreet. Induire at 224 Seveuth
street <2360��
('.rami Junction, Col., Nov. 11. - Ottawa, Nov. 11.��� "Canada is no
Wore the American cliff dwellers the|p]a08 ���-���- t|,e unskilled class." This
fellow  men  of the Egyptians?    This fa mc8sage conVeyed home by
question  is being asked now as a ie-| = "
suit of important discoveries niaile by Frederick   Campbell,   lecturer   Tor  the
the Utah Archaeological society party j Canadian   Immigration  department  ln
 _-______-_-._ which has just completed nn extended England.
PHONOGRAPH investigation of the clifr dweller cities I     Mr. Campbell linn Just completed a
������������������        southern | tour oT Canada  from  coast   to  coast.
The par-1 Uurlng Ihls time lie strayed consider
Byron|ably In his line of travel, and visited
many places which are considered not
on the regular line.   This will be lhe
message that he will try to emphasise
when  he  lectures  In  England  on  be-
Klll SON     HOME       ,  ,       ,
with 30 records, cost $120, will 8ell,nf  southwestern  lolorad,,.
game for $88.    As   good   as    new. ',-���--���-i "'"' """'V'"1 A\\'m}:'
very   little  used.     Apply A. M���   421   '>    wa��   ***��$*<-   bJ   Profe.*-.,,'
Westmins,.',- Trust building.  (2888) \* Uffi*** *��> &) "ffi^*,
.r.      ���,�����, v Ifound In Arizona, where they had been
FOR      SALE ��� HOUSE      PARTLY  untouched previously bv man. accord-
tlnished. and large cleared lot, Ed-  lll(_ l(, |.|.()ff,asor cummingB.
monds. Clear deed.   Cheap fer cash, j    At lllc ,.|Jat Woman House," a cliff
George Warne, Elgh- dwelling   in   Dogoshlekboke   canyon,
(2334) 1 Arizona,  a   burial  chamber   was  ills-
miles out, less than 30 minutes' rl-cl-^! tht
Apply owner.
teenth avenue, Edmonds.
on B. C. Electric from New Westminster; soil excellent, bottom cr
upland as desired; tram frontage
$150 an acre and remainder just
back of frontage lots $100 and $125
Terms quarler cash, two years for
balance. This Is a sacrifice; estate
to be cleaned up at once. Sole
agents, Curtis & Dorgan, Now Westminster.    Phone 466.   No trades.
FOR SALE���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every one guaranteed. Market square. (2335)
diamond stick pin; $10 reward will
be paid to tinder if returned to .1. A.
Dadds, 714 Cclumbia street.    (2404)
it. was  found  th
of an ancient chief. With!
mummy was found a wealth of ma- ]
terial, comprising the possessions of 1
the   potentate   in   whose   sarcophagus
.they  were deposited.    This had very I
'much the appearance of the mummies!
found in Egypt.
Giant Piece of Pottery.
One   large   cliff   house   containing
eighty-two  rooms  was completely excavated,   revealing   much   concerning | these men
the history of Its ancient occupants. A I much
jar of fine manufacture, probably the
largest In the world, was found.    It is
live feet In circumference and cannot
be duplicated by modern pottery makers.
Among other Important results was
the discovery of a large quantity of
seeds of vegetables grown by the ....
cliff dwellers. These included such try
things as beans, corn, squash and varieties of seeds of extinct plants. Articles of ancient clothing, such as cloth
jof human hair, turkey feather robes,
i finely woven cotton cloth, yucca san
1 dais and headgear, valuabl
half or the Immigration department
It  hiB  opinion  there  Is  still   a   de-1
mand   for   the   skilled   farmer     With
capital,  for  the  skilled   farm   laborer*
mum-1 and  skilled  mechanic.    One   of    the
greatest problems in Ills mind is the j
domestic problem.
Though things have becn in a discouraging condition financially In the
West, Mr. Campbell declares that there I
is nevertheless a good outlook. There
was one great fart which has militated against Canada in England. This
was the real estate menace
ln  England    tho    ramifications    of
had been so great and so
misrepresentation      had    been
made that the landed class wub rather
leary of taking a chance in coining to
Canada to settle.
Then again   the   riff-raff   und   idle I
population of the great    cities unskilled  in any  line of endeavor,  flock to |
Canada and as a  resull there    is    i-C
flood  of  unskilled  labor  in  the  conn
gems and i    Ottawa, Nov. 11. -Claiming that th
1 black mare, unlest
three days from date. Nov. 10, will
be sold to pay expenses. Bell, Ingle
& Co. 12390)
,,iM,.'..|.    ^>-i,j�� anu .      ./..,���-,,,   .-._...   ...     , .n   .-..'���.   ....
I.IVEHY  SEPT. IpendantS and numerous other articles. ] Hank of Ottawa misled her Into sign
called for   in  implements, tools and weapons made          '     ' . . <���-     ....
of wood, hone and stone were uncovered in large numbers.
keeping rooms. $10 snd $15 per
month at 224 Seventh street. (23331
Montreal.  Nov.  11. In  response to
an appeal sent out In the form of a let-
to   the  congregation,   the    teams
working    for    Rt.    James    Methodist
where.    No   collection,   no  charge
American-Vancouver Mercantile Ag i ��� ���
ency  336 Hastings street west. Van-' church collected *?,,Hii(i for the church |tbat  Mrs.   llalliuan s  plea  was  not
couver, B.C. (I
ing a promissory note for (2,600 to pay
her brother's debts, by telling her that!
the   signing   was  "a  mere   matter  of i
form,"   Mrs.   Elizabeth   Hantaan,     a
young widow of ottwa. unsuccessfully
contested lhe suit of the Bank of Ot-
tawa gainst, her in high court, yester-1
adv.    Hon.  Chief Justice U.  M.   Mere;
dith did not deliver the judgment, bul
asked  the  parties  to  try   to effect  a
compromise.    He   hinted,    however,
Koyal avenue and Tenth street.
MealB 25c or 21 for $5.00; three-
room furnished suite, $16 per i Board
month; single rooms from $1.75 a
week up. 12391)
I32)liunas in three days, most of the sum
   raised being frnm people who had not
******* j subscribed to the church b
Karly  last  week
farm sales conducted. Furniture
bought for cash. P. B. Brown, IT
Begble street. New Westminster.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sitting Of the
of License Commissioners for
the City ot New Westminster for a
bottle license and a wholesale license
for the sale of liquora in and upon
the premises situated upon Lot 9, cf
City Block 24. In the said City of New
Westminster. B.C.
Dated this intli day of November, 1913.
Pioneer UnoU* ��n B.G and California by
-,i pioneer. Cumuil-in Camp Li,'*. Sr.d coition: Among the Peoples nt 11. -'������In ll"'
Pathless West; Nan. or Planter women
and Boa. The sels <*>, tlve Cer 11.00 or
',:������ par copy till Jan. Mili. Addreea I*
,.     I ���erring.    1117    Hamllum-     St.,      New
Westminster.   H <-'..   <>r  am   r.!   the   I k
stuns.    Discount to the trsAe. (SUSS)
Householders' Voter***? List.
Notice ia hereby gir-eo that a Court
of Revision on above llflt will be held
on Saturday, the liih iaty ot November, at 10 o'clock ,-n the forenoon, in
the Counoil Chamber, City Hall, New
W. A. Dt'N-CAN. City Clerk.
City Hall, November 6, 1918.      I2-6K,
   letter  was sent
ito the congregation explaining that It
had b ,en decided to retain the site of
' the church, and that in order to do
this the finances of the institution
I must  he  run  without   a   deficit.     An
additional income of $150 a week, it
,\vas stated, would solve the difficulty,
land half that amount has already
|been collected in the three days of
llast week hy the six teams appointed. (Chief Justice It.  M
On  Saturday evening  the  teams
Re Lot 5. of Uloefce  118 and  149,  of
Lot 92, Oroup I. Map l7fi7, In the
District of ttm* Weetmlneter.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of Certificate of Title Number 213-E, Issued in
the name of Harry Cline,   has   beeu
tiled in tbis office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
el lhe expiration of one month from
the date of the flrsl publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper publ ished In the
City of New WestnriuBter, issue a
duplicate Of the said Certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
tie made to mc ia writing.
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office,
N,w Westminster, B.C.. October B,
1918, '��2,!��
On Thursday next. November 13,
1913, I will sell by public auction
(absolutely without reserve) the
furniture and effects of Mr. A. Ingles
well appointed residence, on the prem
ises at
504 Agnes St., at 1.30 p. m.
Sale will comprise in part of very
���Tine cottage piai.oforte, solid quarter
sawed oak dining room suite, Circassian walnul bedroom suite of chiffonier, dresser, etc., tha, cost $:J,60, Malleable range, iron and brass bedsteads *
springs and mattresses, larg<- quantity
of silverware, crockery and kitchen
utensils, etc., etc. Everything must
go     Terms cash.
Particulars   at    Russell's Westminster Auction  House. Columbia street
I to report progress.
I Rev. C. A. Williams, the new pastor
of tbe church, was delighted when he
| told the news this morning, and staled  that  Ihe results of the letter had
jonly  fulfilled his hopes.
"Tliere is no reason at all  why  we
1 should desert lhe heart of the city.
We want to do good social work here.
and we cannot do it unless we are near
thc hub of things."
very substantial om
Mrs.   Hallinan's     brother   is   named
Joseph  Malouin, and he lives In Ottawa.    According to   C. K   Lough, man*
agi r of the Bank Btreet branch of the j
bank. Malouin had a good business In
August. 1909, at the time the not
made out.    The note  was  made
able in September. 1909.
"It  is usually  the mothers and  sisters who trust their sons and brothers
who have to pay their sons' and brother's   debts,"   declared     his     lordship
Meredith  at  the
met j end of the hearing yesterday
��� wai
Mrs. Halllnan'B story was ,o the effect that Hie bank sent for her and
n.keii her to sign the bond, which,she
Baid, she understood wai to be submitted to the head office.
"Before you light your
cigar, smoke a PLAYER'S
It refreshes the mouth and
will improve the taste of
your  cigar wonderfully."
The full, satisfying aroma and grateful smoothness of
these cigarettes has made them known as England's richest
and coolest smoke.
There are literally millions smoked all over Great Britain every
day. The exceptional leaf quality and manufacturing skill havc given
them a world wide reputation.   Enjoy ihem today.
r ���������havy cut
| Q (J. f or J Q    AU Dealers
Minneapolis,  Nov.
hotel   keepers  today   made  plans    to
charge Hi cents for bread and butter
sarv, il   with  meals.
It is hoped by this means to get
back at the man who goes Into a hotel, orders a bowl of soup and eats up
all the bread on tlie table tu get a
cheap meal.
It was proposeil at a meeting of
hotel men at the I'.ogers yesterday to
register all guests on a special report
to noliee headquarters, for their own
protection and the protection of
hotel against board bill   Jumpers.
NOTICE is H-trtKBT OIVEN thai I Intend nt tbe nest meeting of the Board
,,r UoenBe Commlssl'ijw-crs to apply for .1
transfer frnm myaSK, Charles Schwann,
to John K. MacK-mrtc >mi Braes U��P. of
Hi.��� retail Ihluor ttaease <>f the Colonial
hotel In this city.
CUAiU-Bi Si" 11 TV AHN.
<'j .t 6 HI Applicant.
N.w Westminster. B.C., No*   Sth,  UU
New Imported Kail Buttings now on
display. See them. 1'crfect fit and
workmanship iraaranteed. Prices from
$1800 up.    701 Front Slreet.
Telephones: Office M, Residence ����
JOHN HBD, Proprietor.
Agents     PetaMr     Broe/   OMollne
Engine* Marine  B-Uglnee end Auto-
raoblle Repeire.
Office and Worfce: Tenth 8t.
P 0. Bex 474.   tt*m Wtsimloatar. MX
From Vancouver for Victoria.
i(i:no a m Dally
8:00  p m Oailj i
11:4a   pm Uaily '
From Vancouver for Seattle.
10:10 a.m Daily'
U:no a.m Dally
From   Vancouver for  Nanaimo.
3:00   p.m    Hail)'
Nanaimo,  Union   Bay and  Comox.
9:00 a.m Wednesday and Friday
Vancouver,  Union   Bay,  Powell   River.
11:45  o.m    ..Kvery  Saturday
For Prince  Rupert and Alaska
accomplish their purpose
with maximum efficiency
a.ti<l minimum discomfort.
Increasing   doses   are not
25c.   a   box   at   your
Druggist's. 17*
N_tlonal Drat aod rhemteal
^t u. ol Cauda. Limited.
Young   Belgian   Finds   Toronto   About:
the Quietett Town on This
Toron1 o,   N'ov.   11,    "Toronto   is   a
very  poor city for amusement..    New
11     Minneapolis i V":'K '""' ,,IKaK" aren't ho bad. and'
'-, ninn'a    tn I Detroit is pretty fair.   But all American cities give very little opportunity!
for pleasure or amusement and afford |
very   little  interest  to  a  traveler  be-
cauBe  of  tlieir  remarkable    similar-
it; "
Sueh  is the criticism  of    Bdouard
Orlay, a wealthy younf; Belgian,  who
ls staying al  the -Queen's  hotel  for a
tew   days  preparatory  lo  a  return  to
j hla home in Brussels.    Mr. Orlay has |
been traveling ahout in America fori
the past nine months and his neglect
j to write home for four weeks caused
this family to advertise for him as for
a  lost  son, which came as a surprise
to tlie young man.
"There is very little amusement In
your American cities, and there is absolutely nothing for a Btranger to do
here In the evening except go to bed.
There is nothing except the theartes."
lhe said, "Brussels is not so much
larger than Toronto with its population of 6OU.O00, but Brussels has every-
;thin' thai Pa '������- bas, only on a sm.-ii-
li 1 ale II is the same In all ,he
continental cities. Everyone seems to
be '��� oi king hero.
"There Isn'i a tingle carabel In To
ronto," be added wlthonl  seeming to
Pellatt's   Castle    Assessment   Jumps
From $50,00 Oto $250,000 in
One Vear.
j Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next Bitting of the
Licensing Hoard for the City of New
Westminster for a renewal of license
' tn sell liipiors by retail on the premises  known as  the  floyal (.'ity   Hotel.
(Situated at corner of Customs House
Bquare and Columbia  Street, In    the
.said City of New  W'oBtminst
comprehend it riultc
"No,"   sad I)   commented    the    re-
1 portt.'.
"1 lound the countrv very Interesl
lng, especially in the Canadian west.
[There Is nothing like it anywhere. I
lived on the prairie for over' four
Week ! and enjoyed myself riding
round in a cowboy's outfit."
11:00  p
. Kvery Sa'urday
Prince Rupert, Granby Bay and Skeena
River Points.
11:00 p.m Wednesday..
For Gulf  Island Points.
7:00 a.P , Tuesdays for Victoria.    Call
in<* at. polntB iu the Quit Islands.
ED.   OOUl.ET.   Agent.   New   Weattnliwlei
H. W. BnoiJIit. r)   P   A.. Vancouver
New Westminster, Nov. s, 1_13.
Ke  tho Southeast  Quarter of Section
'in. Township 8, In the District   of
New WeBtmlnster.
Whereas  proof of  the  loss  of Cer-
Itlflcate   of   Title   Number   KIlfitF.   is 	
sued in the name nf James C, Forlorn;! for til
land ('harles Hummel has been filed In
, thiB office.
Notice Is hereby given that t shall
I at the expiration of one month from
jthe dnte of the first publication hereof. In a daily newspaper published In
'the City of New WeBtmlnster, Issue I
!a duplicate of the said certlllente, un-]lln' It
less In the meantime valid objection presid
be made to mc In writing.
District Ueglstrar of Titles.
Land  Ili'Klstry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., October JK
1913, (2209)
London, Nov. 11     At, ha first, meet-
ling of tho Koyal (leoKriipliical society
yesterday Daj mond Priestley gave an
��� account  of tho work  and  adventures
of   the   northern   party     of    Captain
.Scott's  Antarctic expedition,  and  the
' i pr-sident, Lord Curzon, of Kedleston,
I presented to ihe   surviving   officers,
I staff and men. on behalf of the socl-
1 |ety. a special Antarctic medal.
j     '1 he   medal   lias   been   specially   de-
Signed, and contains on one side a por
trait of Captain Scott and on the oth
!er a sledging party prepared to start
! for tiie s:>nth pole.   The Inscription on
the obverse Is, "British  Antarctic. Expedition,  1910-13, Captain  ll. F. Heott,
C, V. ().. II. N., Commander;" on the
reverse, "Presented by the Koyal Geographical Society for Antarctic Discovery. 1913."
At. the same time, at the request of
linn  (luographicnl   society,  the
���it presented to l.ady Scolt. the
great Humbert gold medal, awarded
bv that society In memory of Captain
Scott. Duplicates In silver were presented to Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. OalCB,
-Mrs. Bowers, and Mrs. Evans, the
���meow Of Petty Olllccr Evans.
Toronto, N'ov 11. At tlie final sit-
tinR of the court oT revision to clear
up the outstanding business of ,1"
year, the appeal of Sir Henry I'ellatt
against the assessment 'if $260,009 on
his mansion on Davenport road, was
the llrst. to come up Mr. Kappelle ap
peared for Sir Henry, and succeeded
in gett.i���K the case adjourned until
November 14, when he wlll be aide bo
bring in some expert evidence. Kven
if a settlement i�� reached, the assess-
menl departmenl may carry the ease
to the county Judge or to Hie Ontario
railway and municipal  hoard.
The assessment advanced this year
from $60,000 to $260,1	
"My contention is lhat the castle Is
practically unsaleable." declared Mr.
Kappelle. "A similar case came up
In Ks_ex county, when a commission
nf three, .ludges lowered the assessment on Mr Walker's huge castle for
the rami: reason."
It Speaks for Itself,
"lies Ipse loquitur," answered
Chairman Drayton, to tho astonishment of the court, and for tlieir enlightenment, added "Anyone can see
thai Ii ��� '���' not readily bring its cost
tf pm 1 ��� thi market, lt Is not nb-
Rolutely, hul It practically unsaleable,
aa no one would cure to assume the
burden of its upkeep."
"1 would like to bring In Mr. Edge-
worth of the Canada Permanent," added Mr. Kappelle. "Ho will give expert evidence about the value of the
"csldence," He explained that Mr.
Kdgeworlh could nol be present In the
���!,v before November 14.
City Clerk l.ittk'John protested
agalnsl. lhe delay, and declared that II
wns necessary to get the rolls revised
without losing amy more time. He
dually agreed to have thn case come
up on the 14th, If Mr. Kappelle would
wnlvo all rights to the le^al notice of
five days.    Mr. Kappelle agreed.
The land of Sir Henry Pellatt's is
assessed st a flzed rate. "Hs has the
hous:, rei down at $260,000 In his
books" added Mr. Kappelle "Ills CSS-
tie Is his bobby. I am aware lhat mv
plea for a reduction is a apodal ono."
33 Hours to Prince Rupert
12 midnight fnr Pr.nce  Ilupert. Stewart.
���12 midnight for Victoria und Seattle.
T1ICIISDAYS~1_  midnight  for I'rlnce  ilupert. Cranby  Hay.
SATURDAYS���12  midnight for Victoria and 8eattle.
FRIDAYS - 12 midnight. Oct. 31st. Nov. 14-28, for Queen Charlotte
Islands (Direct Service.)
MONDAYS    12 midnight, Nov. 8-19 for Massnt. via Prince Ilupert.
Mondays and Thursdays steamers make cIobc connection at I'rlnce
Ilupert with Ornnd Trunk Pacific trains for Terrace, New Hazel-
ton and Smlthersi mixed Bervlce from Smithers to Hose Lake
(Mile 800.) ���       ,     .
Tickets to all points eaBt and lo Europe. Any rull and steamship
II. 0. SMITH, 0. P. & T. A.
627  (iraiivllle  Slreet,  Vuncouver
W.   B,  DIU'EKOW, O.  A.  P.  D.
1 hone Private Exchange 8134
Our Interior Finish Ib manufactured from timber specially selected for Flat Grain. ,
We are also specializing In Fir Doors with Veneered Panels,
wlilch are better In construction, more beautiful and no more es-
penslve Ihan the old Bolld raised panel doors.
Oet our prices before placing your orders.
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
The Bank of Vancouver
Branchee Throughout the  Province of British Columbia.
Savings Department at nil llrunches    Deposits of One Dollar end
upwards received  and  Interest at the highest current rate paid or
credited half yenrly
Drafts and Travellers' Cheques sold, payable In all parts of the
CHA8. G. PEN NOCK, Oeneral Menager.
New  Wsstmlnstsr  Branch: A. W, BLACK, Manager. VfFDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1913.
There'* nothing like a delloloue oup off Tea
ae a delightfully refreehlng stimulant and
brain eeother..
Leads the World.
Sealed Lead rackets Only.   Iteward of Substitutes.
Professor Leacock Gives Some Inter
estlng Views on ths High
Cost of Living.
"The rine In the cost of living Is
creating a very H-eiioiis economic sit
uatlon, poBHlbly fraught with danger
to our Industrial prosperity in   North
America." eald Professor Leacock addressing the members of the Montreal
Canadian club one day last Week.
llr. Lea-BOCk ridiculed the Idea that
Ihe. rise In the cost ot living was due
merely to extravagance or luxury.
"It Is true," he said, "that there ls.
at tho present time, a great deal of
extravagant outlay on the part chiefly
of the people who are making rapid
lortunes out of the rise In prices, hut
lu and of Itself there Is no reason why
universal extravagance should make
prices universally high, rather than
universally low."
Ho considered that the real cause
of the present situation Is to be found
in the depreciation of the gold stand
ard Cold, like everything else, was
a mere ronimodlty. Its value depend
od In the long run simply and solely
upon the relative cost of producing It
ns   compared   with   other  goods.
"The thing that we call the dollar."
he  continued,  "or  tho    sovereign
thn city and the Jesuit fathers, and
ln lvm It wax agreed lhat a fixed tax
of IIU Oper year would be claimed for
the property, ln 190-S, however, thc
city couneil of Malsonneuve adopted
a resolution rescinding the agreement,
on the ground that It was Illegal.
Slnc-e Ihen the Jesuits have refused
to pay moro than 1100 a year, but the
city of Malsonneuve bas charged them
the ordinary assessment.
In Futnmlng up, Mr. Justice Demtrs
said the charter of Maisonneuve undoubtedly gave It the right to enter
the agreement because the charter did
not contain any restriction, and simply
said Ihe council would be empowered
to grant any exemptions for a fixed
period. It is true, he said, the agreement hnd been entered Into for thirty
years, while lhe general law does not
provide for exemptions of more than
twenty years, but the charter must be
followed, and lt obviously overruled
th" general law. lln dismissed the
city's suit.
Lionel Curtis Compares it With American  Methods of Training
Montreal,   Nov.   11.    Lionel   Curtis
i_ addressing tha members of the Worn-
nothing more nor less than a lump of i en's Canadian club took for hiB sub-
gold, in Ihe one case of 23 2 grains and ijw.t  -jy,* nttmate  problem  of   Poll-
"'   " "111 grains  The stamp up-
In the other
on the dollar or the sovereign, which
turns it Into the coin, has nothing
whatever to do with Its value. Gold becomes cheap or dear, like anything
else, In proportion lo thp ease or difficulty of producing it makes the
quantity put upon the market large or
Increase In ths Output.
Within llie last twenty five years
lhe output of gold from the mines has
undergone an enormous Increiuie. In
Ihe year ISS" the annual quantity of
hold produced was enough to have
msde ln ooiu 1115.000.000. Kven this
was a colosssl sum. It represented, for
exntiiple. vastly more than the so-
railed flood of gold which came into
Ku.ope after tha Spanish discovery of
Ihe mines of Mexico and Peru This
latter hnd only produced an avurage of
about $6,000,0011 a year during the
first two centuries of their existence,
tint great as was the gold output In
Ihe same year 1800, It tiad been entirely eclipsed by Ihu���records of successive years By lhe close of the century the figures had reached }800,-
IIOO.OOO and for the last three years
showed the average annual production
of 8460,000,000
Mr. Curtis pointed out lhat the divl-
I sion of the earth  by  the oceans  had
resulted   In   four   principal   groups  of
human beings, each with a consciousness of a profound difference between
, them, roclally and  physically.
Kurope, he said, had moved forward
istiadfly. using reason In Its advance
mint, with the other families of mankind were standing still The difference was reflected In political Institutions, for whereas despotism Is
.typical of Asia, the commonwealth Is
symbolical of  Kurope.
Self-Government to Live.
Touching on India, Mr. Curtis explained how, owing to the different
castes among the natives, of whicli
there were a hundred races. It was
I Impossible for Oreat Britain to leave
.India to govern  Itself.
"The human race has millions of
years before It." he said, "and rightly
'or wrongly, my own faith Is that the
IUltimate principle of the policy to he
Ipursued In governing n people Incapa-
J ble of self-government la that of
'steadily cultivating the habits which
I If attained by them, would render eelf-
'Moreover. there Is every prospect, | government possible. The mainten-
according to the best authorities, that ance of order and the enforcement of
this huge production of gold will con-', law Is a primary condttlou of cultlvat
tlnue   unabated.    Of    the    principal lng such habits.
sources of supply, the Wltwatersrand ' "I believe that tho policy which Bri-
lleef, probably more than one-tenth of; tain is pursuing In Jamaica will make
It has not been exploited. Tho direc-' that people ripe for self-government
tor of the United Statea mint calcu-; far mere quickly than the policy
lales that the present production will ��� which the Vnlted States is pursuing
contlnuo unabated for many years to I In Cuba and ls threatening to apply
come. Owing, therefore, to this large to the Philippines. If the government
und Increasingly cheap production of of the United States ceaes to con-
gold the value of gold Is falling. Thlsjtrol the Philippines in the near future,
Is the same thing as to say that prlceB|it will not mean that tbe Phllippinos
are rising. We are enabled to verify wll Icontrol their own destiny as the
this by carefully tabulated figures pre-1 Americans control their. Tbelr fate
pared  by  the British,  American and I will lie at thc hands of financial In
Canadian governments.
"In the United StateB the average
rise of retail prices of the cost of food
amounts during the last thirteen years
to anything from 26 to 126 per cent.
In Canada, where wholesale prices
have been carefully gathered for a period covering the last 23 years, we
find that there hss been in each year
terests against whose corruption their
native rulers wlll no more bc proof
than were those ot Swaziland, of
Kgypt, of China, or of Persia."
Taking up the Imperial problem,
and the foundation upon which Its
success must depend, the speaker
The biggest question of practical
of the present decade ao Increase of politics Is thc imperial problem.    If
abont three per cent, ovr the average
prices of the last decade of. the nineteenth century. Thus In the year ISIS
Canadian wholesale prices stood at 36
per cent, higher than the average
prices from 1890 to 189*. In England
during the same time the Increase Is
tabulated at ten per cent.
you analyze that problem you will
find at the bottom of It, not the question of defense, nor the question of
foreign politics, still less the question
of trade. The clue to the Imperial
problem Is the obligation which rests
upon the people who have learned the
secret of self-government, to    make
There has been. It la a true, a slight and not to mar the future of the -far
Increase ln the average wages during
thla period. Sooner or later, of course,
wages must undergo a change, corresponding to the change In tbe gold
standard, but, whereas, prices chanee
with great mobility and easiness,
wages lag behind. In Bngland wbll*.
general price rose ten per cent, general wages rose only one-third of one
per cent., or ��s. per ��100."
Professor Leacock also discussed
tha possible connection between the
monopolising of good by middlemen,
and the rise tn prices. Thla, he
thought, was, undoubtedly, a tactor.
but a secondary one. Hla suggestion
for a remedy lay In the proposal of an
industrial commission. In the United
States a commission ot this sort appointed in 1889 had carried on its Investigations for three years and its report had become the basis of all subsequent legislation.
Montreal. Nov. ll.���The city of Mat-
eonneuve lost the action through which
It sought to compel the St. Marya
college to pay arrears of taxes over
$100 a year since 1908. totalling $7,-
Tho case Involved the right of the
Jesuit fathers, who direct SL Mary's
college, to claim an exemption of taxation for a property they own Inside
of the ltmlU of Malsonneuve, and
which li rented to a farmer. There
i a dispute aome years ago between
more numerous peoples who have nev*
cr learned tbat secret for themselves,
and may take centuries to learn tt
from nu.
The course of events has Imposed
upon the people of the British Isles tn
this respect an obligation greater, incomparably greater, than on any other
civilized state, and that people's claim
to greatness really springs from the
fact that they have not shrunk from
that responsibility.
"Thst the Democratic party in the
United States haa not only srunk from
It, but haa made a virtue of doing ao.
John Morley ts a Democrat of the
Democrats, and hla calm and emphatic assumption of the white man's responsibility for the peace, order and
good government of three hundred and
fifty million of human belnga who
have not yet learned to govern1
themselves, Is an expression of the
true principles which should Inspire a
"There are the two paths, and Canadians may tread either of them. At
this moment, the domlonlons are
standing at the parting of the waya.
Tbe rising generation, at any rate,
may choose which they wlll, not only
for themselves but for countless generations which follow thefti. They
mav reject this responsibility of the
higher civilization for the lower one,
or they may assume 1L not only for
themselves but for their children after them, and I cannot conceive of any
greater responsibility which could
ever be Imposed now or hereafter on
any generation of men."
Rid the House of Clutter to
Cheer It.
Throw Out All Furniture, Pictures snd
Odds and Ends That Are Unnecessary and You Will Make Home More
Kvery one���certainly, at least every
woman���sometimes   undergoes   a   re-
some war department official arranged the army; there ls a division of mil- the 1913 water tax bin. The account
to Include In the proposed act a pro-.ltla affairs In the war department, and amounted to $4.5fl, bet Jette ia al-
I vision that in case ot war any  regu, the annual army appropriations makejleged to have accepted 84, remarking
����� rx/srst-trxstr-1 -t-.n'''dr army officer could be placed Iniprovlsion for army supplies for the.thalthe would throw off the 50 cents
I f_l__iFlfHrAn\ C0'nraan(l or any mllltla organization, mllltla. Kverything is pi.ued on a lor prompt payment. Tbe receipted ae
LUUULnllLnLM *-'"* b* made to outrank any mllltla of- * strict military basis, and lhe national I count was filed  stlt-l the court.
I flee.'. guard   has  progressed  and   flourished!    Constable Julinaton  claimed    Jette-
  j    The howl of Indignant protest which 'wonderfully under this law. was   standing  at    tlw.    door of   Max
arose from the militia when this be.      The social frivolities of the old-time Teacher. 4 Gamon street, demanding
No Love Lost Between Regulars and | came known was extremely loud.    By  mllltla have been toned down and the' payment ot the family water tax, when
this proviso, lt was pointed out, it annual encampments and maneuvers;he came along and took the man Into
would be made possible for a second are always under the eye of the regu-1 custody. A mesmge had beea receiv-
lleutenant of one day's commission to Uw army. !ed at pollce headquarters to the effect
outrank a militia brigadier general \ However, there is at present a i that a Btraaster -arae going up and
who has seen actual service. struggle   for   the   power   of   supreme [down  the streets   repreaenttaK    hlm-
Bv some influence that nimrian hiaiauthority, and the mllltla has an ad-,self a collector, and he waa hurried
Washington,  I).   C,   Nov.   11.- He- t��_^_^^th^l^S__ ���*.vantage In having I0u.no me��� or more to the district ta favewtlgate.
cenlly   published  statements  thai  the  matter   Is   agitated   In   congress   next'1" ****el -,talc "' thc "nlon who have  ���
war department has  promulgated  or- winter, a committee of the most prom- [ ^,_e_8,' J_ ,���hel^"c.(i?���tr!!,'..1!!,,'he![���r.<: ! DRUG HOUSES SCRAP
Citizen Soldiers Across Line���-What
Would Happen In  Mexico?
ders and plans to every national guard llMnt national guardsmen in the coun- f),!*st for a changH ln th,! law' there I
and militia organization Inthe United:1^ ***-. *****��*-��� hearings on the sub-1   '
111   be   very   few   congressmen   who
would   dare to disregard  their    petl-
States,  looking to complete mobillza-l  ""' ���"" | tlona.
vulsion against "things,"  particularly i(lon plan_ ,_, ca_e the Ml**iui*rinAlon\ At Loggerheads.
things that clutter up the house, and \_ forcBd _ lntervene ln Mex-COi are I    The  national  guard  and   the army|E0QU3
she longs for tho simple life. \inmrratr>     M��   national   .uard   ^ Mffi S?j5S!?!.^_w '  [Junction in behalf at tb. Ceotaur com
the Spanish-American war; but short-1 ! pany  of  New  York, tke  maaofactur
Seattle,  Nov. 11.   .lodge   Jeremiah.
! Neterer. of the United Statea district
ARRESTED, 'court, today granted a permanent ln-
tant Is In the confidence of the war|ly after that time they began to pulljTried    to   Annex    Water    Rates    Injers of Fletcher's CaCoria. agataat the
No   national   guard   adju-
To put tbls oew system of simple j
living In effect begin with a destruc - Apartment, and  the plans  made  up|apart gradually. The complaint of'thel Montreal. Stewart  &  Holmea Ilroj. company of
tlon day.    KU In your mind that It Is by the strategic experts of the army army is that the citizen soldiers do not I    Montreal  Nov    11-Charged   with  this city
the clutter of civilisation that really I war college include the national guard want to be soldierly and the complaint | being a bogus water collector Arthur The coitmrsnr arose fronTthe
bother, you and determine that you ��&*���."**�� ��U0UM�� tottj an-1 o I; the ��"����.����, I.that the army ex-1 jette. ITT^lty Half a^ue,***TZJ al^tatlw SmTUE* uE\5f
will rlil yourself of much of this clut-  flful J^*,1?"1 Btr?,t,egki��, J�����_?_     ,,'  pe?,U the, c ,' <f attend  to their ien |nt0 CUBt0ry today by Mounted Po- known preparation, aad from the evl-
wlll rid yourself of much or this clut- 1)nK lhe clll_en soldiers into the confi- ordinary business of life and still do!|)CR officer Johnston '��� dencc"riledT *h-7***\*m itma shown
,er [dence of thc war department at all.      I as much military work as a soldier In j    The specific charge against him is ' that the infringing label waa flrat din-
Begin ln your living room.    Tblnk j    Just at present there are strainedh a garrison port. lhat he went t0 the hom_ of   Davld Uvered on sale in Hdwoiala. and was-
of tbe beauty of Japanese houses, the relations between Uie war department ���    At preBent,  under the organization ! Venlgarten,  432  Cadleux   street,  and  traced to IU origta herein Seattle
 ,  __ _...__. ,___. __��� _ . |a��d the militia,    in less the strain is act of the national euard. thn mllltla I renre-aenteH hlmaelf an ix-in* on nffl. I    The defendant company Is one  of
oldest and largest concerns of its
kind in the northwest.
furniture of which consists of a few *,,      * ���""*-* ���. ? ,       I     I act of the national guard, the mllltla! represented himself as being an offi-     T
furniture of which consists or a few rell      d  ther(, w���   hf: a Berious break )g a Becond  ���ne of defen8e     ,.  h    '<,,._,       _   d  . fc ���    He ,_     , I h
screens, a few pieces of good pottery SOon, It is believed by prominent ml I- practically  the same organization as  have demanded Immediate payment of kin.
 _s __,__. 1   _._.._ .S ________._��� ���. .. I I _.. __ _~ __ I .. btn       _. Sf * . . . .m.i.       ... V. . .      rafxtY. r-atmtxjt       **t*fTi.t, llv       In r      *
and some embroidered wail panels, tie officers who gathered recently In
Oet a picture of a Pompetan house and convention In Chicago, and ln the preu-
study the effect gained therein by bare en<**- ��- *������**��� 8taff offic<f8 ��f th.Li;?it'
spaces and roomy airiness. ��>  States army roundly berated  the
,,��� . .,,__, army for trying to run the mllltla on
When   you   have   once   Oiled   your        >     and ^�� on any _om)U bab,8 of
mind with a desire for space and slm- fact8
plleity  liegln tbe process of destruc-,    The fact that the war college has
tlon.    Take down all but tbe best of included the national guard, as the or-
your pictures.    If you don't want to ganlzed militia Is known, In proposed
throw  them  away  give  them   away, intervention  maneuvers,  without con-
and if you don't want to do tbat put suiting the militia, serves to make the
them in tbe attic until you bave for relations only a little more unpleasant
. .. ., ..... ml. ,i..n. However, under the present state of
go ten you like tbem. ^            |a   *^_ ..^ be
If you bave many really valuable anowed 'to cron the border. The con-
and interesting ornaments put Ihem in Vitutlonal limitations on the militia
a eiibinet with glass doors, wbere they : limit the citizen soldiery to the quell-
will seem wbat they really are���a col ling of disturbances wlthlnthe confines
hi-tlon of curios. jof the United States, and not one foot
After  you  have rigorously  thinned beyond,
out tbe ornaments and pictures tackle! -*���*���* to Increase Pay.
the furniture.    Itemove any of It tbat I    Tllere l8 ** 8lron�� f(*llnK ln Wa8h
ington now that if the mllltla were re-
organized slightly, so that militiamen ;
is rickety uud broken and either have
It mended or else throw It away.    Al' would'"receivo"a' portion"* of""l!n'ited
sny  rate,  bave every piece of furnl   states government pay in addition   to
tuie left In the room In usable coudi   the pay given them by the stateB un-
tlon. jder   which   they   are   organized,   the
 ���  right  lo  take  the  militia out of  the
scTCpunnHI   TFI 'United States would not be disputed.
"r ' tn"uurl    ' -*R* \    The plans for his "militia pay act,"
, ., are well drawn, and have been thresh-
It's  the   Custom   Nowsdays  to   Serve; ^ out ln hMn houM,g of congress, and
Callers With Light Refreshments.     iare  acceptable to the army  and  the.
Afternoon teas are the fashionable  militia alike, but at the last moment |
fad of today and without doubt will \_aaai**asaaa****a*m*tmtt**-m**^**���*^^*t^*._���
become  even   more   popular  as  time
goes on.    This custom of serving tea
to guests in the afternoon  ls such a
simple affair, conducted with so little
ceremony, that It cannot fail to bring
hostess and guest nearer together io a
spirit   of   congenial   hospitality,   says
Less Than Half-Price
W. E. FALES, Opp. Carnegie Library
the Modern I'rtsellla. The stiffness and
formality of tbe call are relieved by
this pleasant Invention, and everybody
is sure to feel more at home nfter tea
is served. When a tea table and Its
equipments sre uot a part of the
drawing room It Is quite good form to
hnve tbe maid bring; ln tbe tea service
on n prettily arranged tray. Japan, as
usual, ls to be depended upon to supply the housewife with artistic wicker
trays for tbls use.
Tbe tee sets seeu in the Illustration
are also from tbe mlkado'a realm. One
Is decorated witb a cherry blossom design, and the other set depends for Its
charm upon the oddity of the spouts
used on tespot and cream pitcher.
An Afternoon Tea Apron.
Daintiest auioug ufternoon tea aprons
ts tbe one mnde of a half yard, half
width, of Buret batiste or organdie, fln-
fcbed at the lower and aide edges wltb
cotton lace plcot bordering that Is
scarcely more than a series of long,
loose loops und at the top slightly
gathered Into a waiatband of uarruw
ribbon, decorated at both ends wltb
bowkuota. trom which fall a half dosen
or more ends In quarter inch wide ribbon, bowknotted midway of tbe length
The center of tbe apron Is ornamented
with two Insets of embroidered fillet
Ince One ot tbeee. placed six iucbee
below tbe waistband. Is a four Inch
square, nud the other, placed six Inches
above the lower edge, U a 2 by 4 inch
oblong. Of course bice ot any other
substantial sort could be employed,
and white net soutache embroidered.
Is equally as pretty aa filet
Marking the Qarbags Can.
If the garbage can becomes shabby
treat it to a coat of aluminium paint
and save the price ot a new one. To
mark a garbage can print the Initials
on it with metal eating acid, then coat
with black paint over the letters. One
housekeeper, finding that palls got mixed up on the dumbwaiter tn an apartment house, had her husband paint
different numbers of red baftds all tbe
wny around the pails belonging to tbe
neighbors using the dembwalter-one
bsnd for the ground Boor, twn for tbe
second poor, three tor the third, and
A new Shipment of Pennants was received at THE N^WS Office
yesterday, including "Canada," "Quebec " and "Manitoba."
The following are now in stock:���
New Westminster
Canada Manitoba
Quebec McGill
Bring three coupons clipped from The News and 20c for any one of
the pennants, or send 25c. if to be mailed. You will want oneof each
of these pennants if you see them.
Babe Burna to Death.
Saskatoon, Nov. ll.���The four year
old daughter of Conrad Sparling waa
burned to doath while playing around
a burning taraw pit* four milea mm
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and receive one of the beautiful Westminster Penaftuto. In mm you
a subscriber bring 40 cents for one month's subscHptiea and |��
nant Address all mail orders to The News, New
tk. extfa for mailing. *'    4    ,-v^r
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���1 EIGHT.
B. C.
should havo your support. At
least when ih'' Quality 'a -���*��� 8()0'1
and the price no more than that
cf outside goods. By buying
bome products the money ls
kept in tho country and we will
all pain. !-
B. �� K..RolleC Oats, made from
best Delta Oats, the finest in
the  world. 7  lb.  sack 40c.
B. K- K. Creain of Oats, per pkg.
25c. and  10c.
II & K. Wheal Flakes, a dainty
piece of crockery    In    every
pkg.,  35c.
II. C. Milk, large tins, 2 for 25c.
I'tilily Milk, large tins, 3 for 25c.
White Swap. Soap. V full weight
tars 25c.
Model Grocery
$08 Sixth St. Phone 1001-2.
Burnaby Branch:
2nd St. and 15th Ave.
Local News
Burnaby School Board.
Trustee Patterson will render hls
report on the annual convention of
school trustees held at Victoria two
weeks ago, at the meeting of the Hurnaby school board to be held on
Thursday evening. Other important
matters are down on the agenda.
We Have
Money to
Loan on
Property must be well
improved and worth at
least double the amount
of the loan.
For full particldars
call at our office and let
us know what you require.
Dominion Trust
Tlie Perpetual Trustee.
I'aid   l*p Capital   and
Surplus % 2.800.000
Aeeets  4,878_}.88,9fi
Ires ieesfalps Under
Administration over   6,000,000
Trustee for Bondholders over   25,000,000
C. S. KEITH, Manager.
Offices ��� Vancouver, Victoria,
New Wesiminster, Nanalmo,
Calgary, lieglna, Winnipeg,
Mnn,real, Charlottetown, London. Eng.;  Antwerp, Belgium.
New Westminster
606  Columbia   8treet.
Open   Saturday   Evenings   from
7 to 9.
The Westminster branch of Needle-1
workers' Guild of Canada will hold its
annual meeting at the home of Mrs.
Beatty, 11- Seventh street. Wedlies- j
day, November 18, at 3 o'clock. The j
directors will please notify their mem. j
hers. C-?,97l j
Have you seen    the   $l���li   diamond
ring Olfford  is giving away ?    (2870)
Branch Store.
The Grain  Growers  Grain  Agency.
Ltd., of this ci'y. has taken over the
Colllngwood Feed Store as one of ita
branch stores.
Fred Davis will sell by public auction on Thursday next. November 13.
at 1:30 p.m., sharp, the contents of
the well appointed residence cf Mr. j
A. Ingles. 504 Agues street. Mr.
Ingles is leaving for California and
every article will be sold absolutely
without reserve. The sale will include
some very line Wilton. Axminster and
Brussels carpets, pianoforte, also very
fine bedroom suite of Circassian Walnut and cost, only a short time ago.
$360; dining room suite of solid quarter sawed golden oak. Malleable range,
utensils, etc., etc. Thursday, at 1:30
p.m. ai above address. (2402)
Get your skates sharpened at Geo.
Speck's, 626 Columbia street.     (2353)
Committed for Trial.
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
City  Store    193 and 443
Sapperton   Branch    373
West End Branch   650
Shortly we will be right in our
wet weather season. In the pasl
you have had lots of trouble
with your salt clogging In the
shaker or lumping in the sack.
Now why not use a free running
salt this winter, one that will
cause you no trouble Ut any
kind  of  weather.
Comes in large sanitary packages, with a patent shaker top,
and retails at 10c. per package.
West Knd and Sapperton people try our branch stores located in your districts.
*���   Chinaman  named  Hing.  sent  up
for trial by Magistrate Laity of Maple 	
Itidge   for   housebreaking   and   theft, ���  .
was  brought into the city  yesterday	
bv  Chief Constable    Pope,    of    that, the local post office made necessary
municipality. |b>' the "nation of the New Westmin-
municipal".. _ ster ofllce to the llrst grad", will t.
You can pass In a crowd if you wear  made public. The News recently made
George's Corn and Bunion Shields.
Made to fit any corn or bunion. Por
sale only by Hill's Drug Store. (23981
Spiritualism, wha, i,s teaches. An
address will be given this evening al
8 o'clock by Mrs. Clarke, room 5. 610
Columbia street. (23961
the announcement lhat J, W. ('. Lord
was due for the position as assistant
postmaster  and  enquiries  made   yea
terday practically  confirmed the pre
vious announcement together with thc {
other  appointees   made   known.     Mr i
Lord is at present connected with the I
railway  mail  service  and  a  transfer
Will be necessary before such    an ap- j
point ment can be made
Site for New Hotel.
The site for the $45,000 hotel which I
the Coqultlam Terminal company propose to erect on Busteed street. Port I
Coquitlam, is now being cleared.
With every $2 purchase you get a
chance on  the $ir,0 diamond ring. T.!
Gilford,  the jeweler. ,2370) I 	
  '    For  Sale-Complete  restaurant  set
Covered metal garbage cans, as re-  including  one    large    range,    tables
quired by Board of Health regulations
For all building supplies and fuel
oil apply to the B. C. Transport Co..
Ltd., 505 Westminster Trust building.
Office phone 826, wharf phone 880.
chairs, dishes, etc., for sale very
cheap. Hoyal Mercantile Co., 61 Sixth
street. (2381)
all  sizes.    Merrlthew &  Ramsay, corner Carnarvon and Kighth streets. _   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
(2392) !
  I    Two competent  Instructors    In    at-
May Contest Seat. tendance at tne rink every afternoon
George  Mouldey   a   member of  the  and evening. Admission 25 cents after-
Por, Coquitlam    license    commission,   noons, 40 cents evenings. (2395)
has hern mentioned as an aspirant to : 	
a seat in the council of Port Coqult- Save  Daylight.
lam a, the January elections. \t a meeting held on Monday night
  the Port Coquitlam    board    of    trade
Take notice of the change of hours |W(,n[ on recor(| aa favoring the pass-
|lng of an act by the provincial legis-
for skating at the ice rink.   The place
is getting more popular than ever.
Expert ske.te fharpenin.'! and riveting al Oscar Swansoon's, 13 Betrbie
street. (2369)
lature causing the clock to 1)
vanced one hour every day during
the summer months along the lines of
the daylight saving plan. The idea
is to advance the clock one hour
from the first Sunday In April each
year to the third Sunday In October.
Comolimentary   Reocrt.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
(_(   the meeting ol  the  Port   Moodv ,,..,,.
school board yesterday a very com- Skating booU and skates for ladles
plhneniarv repor,  was received  from  and gentlemen at Geo. R. Specks 62o
1,"vin, ial   Inspector  de   Long  In   re-  Columbia streeL  [2852)
gard to the local school.    The report .
Stated that the teaching staff of the Insure with Alfred Vi. Mcl.eod. the
school was considerably above the insurance man. All kinds written.
average and that  the hoard deserved   Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
praise  for  the  excellent  condition  of
'he srhool.
Church Anniversary.
The 29th anniversary of the founding of the Reformed Episcopal church
in New Westminster will be eel,.
(2363) brated on Sunday next In St. Paul'.-:
church by special services at 11 a.m
and 7 p.m.. when thi' rector will
preach,    The choir will render special
  anlhems anri music, and solos will be
  sung by Miss Eileen Gilley and Stan-
Post Office AoDcintments. lev Gilchrist.    On the following Tues-
Wiib  the  n,urn   from    Ot'awa    of  day   the   St.   Paul's   Ladies'   Aid   will
Colonel .1.   D. Taylor.  Ml'.,  il  Is    < \-  hold an anniversary sale followed  by
pected lhal the new assignments   at a supper.
Kor plumbing, Ina,ing und sheet
metal work consult Merrlthew & Ram
nay, Eighth and Carnarvon streets.
I'hone  r.SC.
Money to loan on fusl mortgages,
improved city and farm property. 9
pel  cent.  Alfred W. MeLeod    I'i'i'ili
Coast Sealed Oysters
Per Pint 50c
Per Quart    -    -    -    - $1.00
Crescent Oysters
Per Dozen     -    -    -    -   35c!
(Successor to Ayling & Swain.)
*%*J Columbia St. Phone 98.
Something for the Ladies
Wr, bave now  in  stock a
a baked fireproof ware with
line ol Genuine Weller Ware. This Is
a White Porcelain lining and for baking
and mixing it la the finest article you can use.
COVERED BAKING DISHES tor Boston Beans, Macaroni and
cheese. Scalloped Tomatoes, Puddings, and In fact for baking anything where we!) baked tood is desired, it lias no equal; 6 in. size
45c, 8 in. size 75c, 12 in. size $1.35.
5 in. size $1.25; 6 in. size $1.60; 7 In. size $1.75.
PORCELAIN LINED MIXING BOWLS���8 in. cize 50c, 10 In. size
$1.00; 12 in. size $1.35.
N'< w  Westminster.        I
Pigs $1.00 Each
'IARM i tsal
Short Term Loans
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established H��1.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers'   Liability,   Automobile   and
Marine Insursnee.
Bring the Children
to Toyland
Belt Ruckles and Tins; values
to   75c   each.     Clearing   at.
each SC
Hemstitched, lawn and cotton
qualities with raised striped
border; good size. The real,
practical, everyday value for
school  children;   tl  for. 25C
lhe New Westminster
Department   Store
Bring the Children
to Toyland
Better Values Than Ever
in Our Big Opening Sale
We  are now stocked  with a
large range of Underwear ln all
weights    and    sizes.    We give
here but a few examples;
Penman's    fleeced    lined;    per
garment    65*
A special lot of odd numbers of
elastic ribbed wool; regular
$1.25  and    $1.50.    To    clear
at    $1.00
Kine natural wool of "Imperial"
make, at   $1.25
Special   value   ln   St    fleorge"
heavy  pure wool, clastic  ribbed; regular (1.75, for.$1,45
Complete range of sizes  in  Dr.
Shield's  pure    natural    wool
at  $2.50
And  t'.ie  famous  "Wolsey"  gar
ment   at    S3 OO
Reduced prices on    Kid,Cape
and   Mocha   Gloves:
Kid,    in    black    only;     regular
$1.26, at  75e
Tape   and   Kid;   regular   11.50,
at     $1.1,5
Mocha;  reg. 91.50, at     $1.15
Women's fleece lined Vests, with
high neck, long sleeves, ii
plain and ribbed, and in natural or white; values to 75c*
Now   45c
Women's fleece lined Drawers,
In natural and whit", ankle
length;    values   to   75c.
Now  45c
Women's Wool Vests, Ilyilth
Hrand. in white only; regular
86c.    Sale price  75C.
Women's fleece lined Combinations, high neck, long sleeves
and ankle length; natural and
white;     regular    $1.25.     Sale
PH''" 95c
Won.en's   Pen-Angle,   pure   wool
Combinations, In natural only.
regular  $3.00;   now.. $2.60
Women's  lliack    Wool    Tighis.
ankle   length;   regular   $1 25.
Sale   price    Sl.OO
"Merode" Silk and Wool Combinations, high neck, long
Bleeve, ankle length;   per
suit   $3.50
".Merode" Silk and Wool Combinations: low neck, short
Sleeves and knee length:  per
��"it  $3.50
a full line of children's Underwear at greatly reduced
Beveral Btylea of Golden Oafe
and Mahogany Parlor Tabtoi
fom       f..7.50     $12.50
1 Golden ii-ik. round *i foot Extension Tible; pedestal base
I'rice       $29.50
1 Holden Oak, round 6-foot Ex
tension Table. Price $19.75
1 Golden Oak, square 8-foot Kx
tension   'I able;   i Mra     finish.
P1.08    $32 SO
1   Early   Kngiish,   round   8 font
Extension     Table.     Extra   $28.50
i   Early   English, round. 8-foot
Extension  Table.    Kxtra  spe-
, <;i.al for  $28.75
1 FUtned Oak. 8-fOOt Extension
Table;   light     finish.     Special
, tor   $42.50
1 very    extra    quality    Golden
Dak, 12-foot Extension Table;
58-Inch top; regular price $1u0.
Stile price  $67.50
Burrows' Folding Card Tables;
regular 15.00, Special salo
Price    $4.00
1 Golden Oak finish Extension
Table, 0 foot, with BQllare top.
Sale price Sll.75
Several styles of Library Tables
from       $8.50 to $25.00
We can furnish ihese Percolators Tor S9.S0 and $10.00
1'crcolallon begins Ichs Ihan a
minute after plug Is In Makes
perfect coffi o right on the lA-
Klectric Percolating Machines,
In oopner or nickel finish,
r��r    $12.50 snd $14.90
which are worthy ot the notice
of hotel, cafe and restaurant
proprietors. Grasp this opportunity.
08-inch unbleached Table Linen;
regular value 50c yard. Sale
price,  per  yard 40c
60 Inch unbleached Table Linen:
regular value 65c yard. Sale
price,   per  yard *..-59c
i'>s-!nch unbleached Table Linen;
regular value 85c yard. Sale
pr!"e,   per  yard 75C
70-inch unbleached Table Linen:
regular value $1.15 yard. Sale
prlci ,   per  yard 85c
Pillows filled with cotton; pillows filled with chicken feathers;   pillows  filled  with    giwse
feathers; pillows filled with real
down. See then In our windows
or on the main floor. We carry
the most complete and best
asserted slock of pillows In the
city and are iiuoting the following special prices:
Cotton  filled;   regular 75c;   at,
each   55C
Chicken  feathers,  covered   with
good  serviceable art  ticking;
regular $1. at 7SC and 85c
Hitter quality feathers snd
larger slr.es at Sl.OO' $1.15
I    $1.75.
lira,  (.loose, regular $2.75,
����  S2.25
Beautiful    soft    Eiderdown,    in
large  size.     Specially    priced
���'"��� ��w*   $3.75
Special Sale 40-Inch Silks and Satins
Reg. $1.25 and $1.50 a Yard, for
98c Yard
We have just unpacked a shipment of new Oriental Satins; 40 inches
wide und in a wide range of colors. This Is a material thai Is very
much in demand this season; has a brigin finish uf a soft texture,
drapes bcautlfuly and makes effective gowns. The colors are seal
brown, pale blue. pink, white, reseda, cardinal, golden brown, cream,
old rose, gray, cerise, etc.; this Is regulai Jl.fnt and $1.65 per ynrd
Special offer for three days at, per yard  98C
Be Sure and see thit very Special Line.
Great Opening of
The formal opening of Toyland is announced for Wednesday. The carpenters
have just transformed our basement into
one big sales floor, and in the main part
from now on till Christmas "Toyland will
be open to receive its many visitors, both
young and old.
Busy hands have been working hard to
get ready for this big event, unpacking huge
cases and marking off lots of Toys, Games,
Etc., that will make happy times for the little ones. There are all kinds of Toys, Gaines,
Animals, Rocking Horses, Blackboards. Doll
Houses, Mechanical Toys, Indian Suits,
Strong Iron Toys, Tool Chests, Printing
Forms, Guns, Etc., and hosts of other new
Toys, not forgetting the big Doll Family,
which is bigger than ever this year.
Visit "Toyland." Come on the opening
Hay. It costs you nothing to wander round
the big display, and no one is too old today
not to be interested in toys for thc children.
A word about prices. One of the main
features in Toyland will be the values we
are going to offer you. .Everything will be
marked in plain figures, at thc lowest cash
store prices, and at prices that cannot be
beaten in the west today.
We know of nothing more suitable (ban a Chiffon finished Broadcloth,
measuring .-Vl Inches wide and all wool; Is serviceable nnd durable;
good thades of new blue, dark cardliuil, creum, navy and golden
brown.    See the value, per yard   Sl.SO
Be It a single pair of Blankets or to furnish nn hotel or rooming
house complete, we have the blankets right hero ln Block In this
store blanket values that can't be equalled In the Kraser Valley toduy. We nre specialising ihese five extru good values, and If cold
nights are troubling you, this special sale will be a good opportunity
to buy right at rock bottom prices,
Good heavy White Blankets; size (iCx��o S3.7*
Pine Wool Blankets; size 60x80 $4.25
The same quality, '.<lxc iiW.1 und heavier weight, ul *t,*-,*tH
Heavy (iray Blankets, S pounda; (lie 84x84, at $3.^
Heavy Uruy Blanket!, nil wool; size 81x811, at SS.95
��� -ini.
Odd  lines  in  $l.O0  Ladles'  Kid
Cloves, pair   25*
Spicndld quality, all in perfect
condition, selling regularly for
$1.00 a pair. Come eurly and
get your choice of colore���
navy, tan, green, gray and
black.    All    clearing  at,   per
pair    25C
Ladles' Suede finish GIovob In
pongee and brown shades; excellent quality, but Just a few-
odd lines. Regularly Bold for
$2.00  a  pair,   to   sell  nl.   per
Pair    $1.00
An excellent chance to ouy up
your winters' supply of Woollen Hose.    We are offering a
special     bargain    in   Ladles'
Hose.      Splendid    quality    ��'f
plain   lace cashmere hose; all
sizes;  regular value    50c    pair.
Regular    selling    for    _ . mirror  Sl.OO
Ladles wishing lo procure
new noveltleB and latest shapes
and styles in Neckwear would
do weil to visit th'.' neckwear
section on lhe main floor of our
store. We are Bhowlng the
very latest nnd pettiest designs
in new Kail Neckwear. Just
inspect our window display today and you will be convinced to
come In and see our assort
New arrivals ln Ladles' Neck
wear Hutch collars In molre.
plain silk and brocaded nad
plain satin effects, with and
without the Ince und net Jabots,     i'rlces   from,
each  35e ��o <t-$A
We are showing a nice line of
these  In  white    with    green,
black with green and all while
corded  silk;
out-it 75*  to Sl.OO
Lace and Net KIschUB. in while
and cream, shadow and plain
lace net effects,    round    end
square yokes,    Prices,
�������<*  75* to $2.00
Coat Collars ami Raffles ln a
splendid assortment of different styles and colors, i'rlces
from, each... 50C tc $2.00
A  nice  line  of  Children's  Knit
Overalls,  In  while and cardinal.    I'rlces ranging
'rom 50*  *o $1.25
Children's Knit Leggings, In
white, cardinal and navy;
prices from. 356 to St.OO
Special, to clear out, our Baby's
Kti 11 Jackets; regular 5'le and
65c lines, for   35*
Speclul In One Insertions in
Valenciennes and Maltese, a
nice variety to select from.
Itegular 20c, 15c and 10c. Sale
price   St
See our All-over Lace, In white
and  creain;   regular 75c and
85c.    Sale price
A fresh delivery of new patterns
ln our regular DGc Oilcloth
Just received. This quality Is
well known for Its hard wearing merltB. Those requiring
new oilcloth for kitchen or hall
can during tbls sale snve 5c
on every squaro yard; regular ,'iGc a yard. Sale price, per
yard   30*
35c;   SPECIAL,  25c.
.TiiBt the thing lo save your better carpets where the Iread Is
heaviest, or to slip down on
muddy days Is one of these
Jap Mats. They always look
new and clean and It Is next
to Impossible to wenr them
out. They sell regularly for
35c apiece. During thli sale,
special 25*
I'laln green, green and cream
and In all cream odd 'shades
that have accumulated In our
big stock, and ns wn need the
room we nre putting them nil
nut lo be cleaned up at a price.
If you need to renew a window rtintlc, Just brlngtlie slso
along and see If there Is one
In this lot that wlll suit you.
You can buy any window
shade In the assortment Irrespective of former price and
'    value nt  , 30*
A     BARGAIN      IN     CARPET
SPECIAL  FOR ��6.95.
Size Ox!) feet, most wanted slses
ln the home today, Wo have
a speclul lot of Brussels finished Tapestry Hugs In some
excellent colorings nnd designs. These are special values oven nt $h.Vi'i, but opportunity offered us to turn a
bargain your way In these rugs
and ynu can choose any ono
In this assortment for.$6.95


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