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results   tbey   produce.     They   All
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Tka Weather.
New Westminster and tbe Lower
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and number ly. cloudy witb showers.
VOLUME 8, NUMBER 152.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,   FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1913.
PRICK FIVC CENTS
% i
Bill MINER DIES
IN GEORGIA
BROIEY AND MARTIN   TWO GREAT POWERS NEW CONSERVATIVE     OTAL INQUIRY
TO SET THE PACE
HAD COMPACT
ASSOCIATION MEETS
Engineer   Worsfold   Waiting    to    See 	
wbat ProCreso can Be Made on     Britain and Gerinany Got
Jetty  uefore Announcing Plans.
OID PRINCE OF BANDIES CASHES IN
Together Concerning
Independent Bcdy, Which  Left  Main
Port Coquitlam  Organization,
Elects Officers.
IN THAW CASE
Man Who Escaped From British Columbia Penitentiary
in This City Is no More���Born in 1843, Veteran Desperado Who Was Known in the Fraser Valley as Bill
Edwards, Had Picturesque Career of Crime.
MlliedgeviUe Ga.. Sept 4 old lllll I ..ry successful until be was caught in
Miner lifelong bandit, central figure ... attempt to rob a stage coach In
In a score of daring holdups and halt Oregon. Tbe only reason given for
u. doxen breaks from prison, died on , his capture
Tuesday night In the (leorgla state
prison  farm  here. '
Ills  picturesque  career,  hls  kindly |
WAITING AND WATCHING.
Askid wbnt plans he bad
made to ru.-ih the work of harbor Improvement following the
Instructions ot Hon. Hubert
Rogers, Kesideut Knglneer C.
C. Worsfold yesterday F.ald
lbat he was waiting to see how
Broley Ht Martin, the contractors on the Jetty, progressed
before announcing further
work.
Mr. Worsfold slated he had
partially completed arrangements, but was watching the
work now being done In order
to gauge futuie operations be-
fore making any announcement.
China in 1900. ,     ,.    .
Pert Coqultlam,  Sept.  4.���The new i
  | Independent Conservative  association
, recently formed In  this city now has '
Diary of Dead Jap Count Reveals the ia total cf 82 members, 14 have Joined ,
Biuce  the  lasl  meeting a few   weeks
ago,   and a  full   list  cf  olficerg  was
appointed at  the   meeting  held    this i
veiling,   and   which   was   largely  at-1
Inner   Workings  in  Diplomatic
Circles at Time of War.
Was Not Railroaded Across
Border as His Counsel
Had Predicted.
In   Spite  of   Protest  the   Question  cf
Sanity Is Brought up at the
Hearint.
RAG WITH TIME TO
BRING POWELL M
_
Local Police Officer to Go
to Detroit When Warrant
Arrives from Ottawa.
I United States Secretary of State Refines Powell's Plea to Ctep
extradition.
nature In spite of the lawless life he
lead, his great heart and his ready
���wit, had raised hlm almost to the pinnacle of B hero In the eyes of thous
anils who had read of tils exploits and
even tn the penal colony where he
ended his days In this state he was
looked up to and liked by all wbo
knew hlin.
The crime for which Miner was
serving sentence here wat> the robbing
of a train ut l.ulu, lleoigia, three
years ago
was tbat he gave .tp rather
man (boot  a  fellow  man. tbe driver
Twenty-flve  Years'  Sentence.
In  tlie Oregon courts he  was sen
tence.l to 'it, years    However, on good   ��� Jj
behavior, he only served nine years '": :-*: ��� '���' " *: * '"' * *�� * '-: ������' ���*���* ��� �����
md   was  freed.    When  be  Inhaled  a
breath of liberty, he found hlmsell Though work on the I'raser river
short of runds. Three days after��� Jetty to be built by llroley & Martin
wards a prominent express comnanv I > >''< mostly preliminary, there are
of Oreici.n found themselves $25 non already some 'iti men on the ground
short  from  a  safe  rifled    near    San | and  camps have been erected at the
of operations
Well-Known  Here.
Ily  many In this city  und through
out the Kraser valley, particularly in
the neighborhood of Chllllwack, Miner
was well known, though Mb acquaintance was made when be went under
th" name of Kdwards. previous to tbe
hold-up of the C P. 1< train near
Kamloops. for which he was senteneed
to a life term In the liritish Columbia
penitentiary   In   New   Westminster
However, be made good his boakt
when he entefbd prison here and es
������apod from custody only to be caught
Inter In the southern state and locked
up once more, this time 'or Ills final
term, which ended frith hls death last
Tuesday,
After the Kamloops holil-up. which
Miner pulled off In company with
"Shorty" Dunn, a typical thug, and a
youna man iii..*n��d Coluuhoun. Miner
for weeks maintained that his name
was Edwardl and It wiib only after be
was locked up In the penitentiary cell
In this city that he admitted hls Identity One of his pals Ln the Kamloops
job, Colquhoun, who    had    been    n
school teacher and  whose constitution
could not stand the strain of Incarceration, died in the penal Institution a
couple of >ears ago "Shorty" Dunn,
the third. iB still alive
Lived  at Chilliwack.
Kor months prior to the sinking up
of the C   P   I!   express near Kamloops
Miner made Chtlllwacl! his headquarters am! with many of tl.e residents
there h" became Intimate He was
ii great friend of the children and
none of the dosens who knew him well
Bl.il were proud to call him friend.
dreamt thai the kindly old man with
the long straight nose, the piercing
gray eyes nnd the thin wisp of grey
hair, was the most notorious bandit
on the American continent. Kor
months he went backwards and forwards over the Hope trail with pack
trains nnd envuses for sale, and altogether lend the quiet life followed by
dosens of others In the neighborhood
Kverybo.lv nbout Chllllwack knew
him as lllll Kdwards and everybody
liked him and when he disappeared
lie was greatly missed.
Arrested for Hold-up.
Then enme the Kamloops hold-up
nnd the ch��se nfter the desperadoes
who had pulled off the lob. When cornered l.y the police. Miner nnd Colquhoun unit"!*, gave themselves up
I'irt Dunn was the bad man to the end
nnd nut up a srrup. which, however
fulled to keen hlm hiB liberty Largo
rewards had been offered for llle capture of the robbers and Interest wc
keen In the trial, but the centre of It
till wus lllll Miner, alias Kdwiirds. the
unlet, friendly old packer or tl.e Hope
tri.il.
Then enme the end of the session
nnd the three were brought to this
city In Irons to be lodged In the penitentiary.
On the wav In from Westminster
Junction Miner remarked that, though
he wns sentenced for life, he didn't
expect to serve the term out and, true
to his word, he made hls escapt
most spectacular manner from the
prison brickyard after feigning III-
health to secure a Job outBlde the
wells of the building.
Bill Miner's career Is a matter on
which there Is little authentic Information, outside nf the records of prisons
where he hia served sentences nt different tines for enterprises of his
which went wrong. Shortly after hiB
tirrlvsl itt the Georgia penitentiary
he gave to a newspaper mnn there an
account of his life which Is probablv
as noar nenraey as hns been obtained.
"I,et us begin nt the beginning." he
nid. In r, 'tiling the details of hfs life
"I was born In tho family of a prosperous bmiI law-abiding farmer In
Howling Oreen, Ky., In the year 1848.
I attended school until I became it,
alien, like the majority of boys, I be-
���tame Imbued with the fever to go west.
In company with two 0' my hoy frlettdi
1 mil'" for Texas, going on through
to California, where my first robbery
wbr turned."
Miner savs he gave the greater psrt
of the $75,000 tnken from thn stage
���roach tn hla friends and secured them
Jobs, going Into the vocation of mining. He was never caught for that
first hold-un.
After finding the trick so easy he
robbed several stage coaches, many of
tbe Jobs being turned alone
Krancisco on the 'Krisco road.    A few
wnkB  later fouud  Bill   Miner in  the'
dicing ramps of Australia.
"1 was never caught for that rob-
hcrv. and not even suspected," he
ta'i proudly,
Miner went from Australia to Turnkey and made the acquaintance of a
slave dealer, who curried him around
ou  his various  slave buying trips.
Life of Up* and Oowns.
After touring ah-out Australia making money In the mining camps, he
went to Kurope and finally growing
tired of foreign countries, returned
to America, where he mined extensively, The love of adventure came
l*."ck. and shortly after his return another express train was robbed of a
large sum In Oregon and Miner was
suspected. He fled, travelling from
coast to coast In luxurious parlor cars.
(Continued on  Page Four i
bc. ni
*��� t t,resent a pile driver, derrick
and scows are working on the Jetty.
and brush and rock are being hauled.
Soon the contractors expect to have
over 60 men working, and say they
have plans now almost complete to
rush the construction of the jetty.
tended.    The new   association    is
breakaway   trom   the  parent  body  of!
which the mayor, James  Mars, is an '
active member, and bis brother,    A.
Mara, is president.
The primary cbject of the meeting
waB to put "the house In order."    It j
was largely devoted to a discussion ou
[the worn to be dune by the body.
proposed   Anglo-Japanese  alliance,  Is      The oiTicers in full are:    President, I
shown  In   further  extracts  from  the T, w  QulUv;  vice-presidents, k. Wll-i
diary of the late Count TadaBu Hava- igon> j   Qatuey,  A.  JoyCf.;   secretary I
San  Krancisco, Sept. 4.���That Eng-
| land and <lei many actually did make
lu compact concerning China In 1900,
land that Germany did not wish Man-
jhurii to  be  Included  In  this understanding, that therefore Oermany probably did not wish to come Into the
A race againat time ia now going on
in connection witb the eaae aga.ust
Martin Powell, one of the alleged robbers of the hank of Montreal, who is
Coaticook. Q'le.. Sept. 4.���Harry K.
Thaw was not "railroaded" across the
border by the immigration authorities
today as his counsel bad pred.cted. A
special board of inquiry sat on hu awaiting deportation into Canada at
case from 10 o'clock tins morning un��� Detroit, anad local police officers and
til late this afternoon and then ad bank officials are speculating as to
Journed until 9:30 tomorrow morning, whether the man can be brought out
when the prisoner will be recalled.    Ife, new  Weatmlnater in Ume  to be
Thaw was on the stand moat of the I placed on trial at the same time   aa
Stewart,  It.
W.  Wilson
inquisitors gradually worked into tha I    Powell baa fought bla laat fight, ai-
slil, former foreign minister of Japan, \ H    Koenig;  executive   the  president Iday and Ir'ade a good wiUless- Toward : charlea Dean, another suspect in tbe
and printed in the JIJi Sbimpo of To- j ami  iecretary  with  k' O   Hanley   A cl0Be ��r tile attern��on session hiB '��� robbery,
klo, under date of Aug. 21, copies of1���   --  - - i ' ���iaae��i��'��'"-'a o-".^,.a.iiw ,,-n.fc^ -.-.a.. **.-, I    -..
which were received here today. The
paper shows the work of tbe Japanese
censor, but Count Hayasht ls quoted
quite fully concerning many features
of the negotiations that led np to the
Anglo-Japanese treaty.
At this time Prince   Ito    was    in
Martin,  R   Shearer' and '��uestion  of hiB sault>'  ttnd although 'though he tried every means and   en-
his counsel violently objected it waa I gaged prominent counsel, and either
J. R. McKenzie, one of the leading iof n0 ava" and ,thla llQe of ���**t*-"��-: himaelf or   hia   friends   ondoubtedly
members instrumental in the    forma-iEatlon wlU bc lakt'n 88ttlD tomorrow. .taw .pent thousands of dollars     ii_
; tion of the new association, aald   ini Loit in Two Points. 'fighting  the  extradition  proceeding*
i a Bpeech that it had been found time 1    Though staving off deportation for' brought against him by tbe Canadian
,, ... , . ,    land time again in the StateB. Canada 'the day, Thaw lost in two particulars, authorities.
3^t_^_*%M&��tt��^% and iD  Kn��land that rmportant elec-lHi.  lawyers  were  denied  a writ otl Warrant Expect*.
Polish -xWd _2_22S^l2__^Connt Uom had been lurMd ^ the ���tes of'Prohibition by   Superior   Judge   Mat       The race againat ume depends on
i.ngilsh and Japanese aipiomsts, count i lndepend__t you_B and ,MUnced ^[.hew HutchinBon at Sherbrooke.   the tbe arrival of the warrant for his ex-
\.l\  11     UJ      V    U ,.!,,,   _:,_,_.,    |h    /'.,_,..____    ta.    i.__     ___.<_. ____,    _____   IIIttid    \\\f\m*i.   mhn   uttct smml    lVi_.   writ   t.i  i tvafltfrlnn     frnm      ("\ttnwn       Mftt__at_     i*\    ni.
CANADIAN RIFLEMEN
!    MAKE CLEAN SWEEP
Ito was  visited  in
Hayashl and told not to i.egottate wltb
Rusala for a treaty affecting the policies of those notions tn the far east.
Adopted Amendments.
Count Hayasbi's diary states
Prince  Ito,  however,  had  adopted  i
number of amendments to the pro
"leilions in Canada in 1896 when the I same Judge who sustained the writ ot [tradition  from  Ottawa,  which  is ex-
a.iberals were put in power. {habeas corpus which cast Thaw out'pected at any moment by tbe pcllcal
"We do not wish to intermingle in'0' the Sherbrooke Jail yesterday, and 'police.   The secretary of state tor the
civic affairs,"    said President Qullty.  he failed lo establish before the board I United States has   uow    waslSjd   hi.*
("though  we have  much  to complainiiot contention   that   he   had   entered I hands of the affair by  refusing the
���about the way things are being man-  Canada  as  a  tourist  and.  like Jack (last request of Powell to resist    ex-
aged here, but we can demand recog- Johnson, should be   allowed   to con- tradition, and once the warrant from
',...*,-d  treatv   fsoeeiaiu-  is  aftectinir nitlon from the political powers above jtinue  to  his   destination.    He  could Ottawa    arrlvea    In   this   city    the
.eo  treaty    especially  aiL a"��t,ng  lhe__   _n<J .^^ _ ^ ^ ^        a I produce no through llcket to any polnl | machinery  will  be set in motion to
po.,..        Mtm    i os ire",} ! ghare _f wh.t lg do__       them       the i outside Canada.    Tbere was in    his bring Powell here io time to be tried
Japan's policy
provided   that   Japan
MANY MORE BRITONS
COME TO CANADA
Vancouver  Man Captures First Place
at Carrp Perry���la World's
Champion.
free hand in the development of her
policy In Korea. England not to interfere In  this, but to support Japan
The understanding regarding Chinrt
was distinct It provided for the op��;i
door, and for the territorial integrity
o' China.
Count Bay ash I intlmatca that an understanding existed between Russia
and Oermany regarding China, although he makes but passing reference  to it.
Formal   Announcement.
Count Ht.yashi states that England
city of Port Coquitlam.
TRAINMEN ARRESTED
AT NEW HAVEN
possession a ticket to Detroit, but unfortunately for Thaw, it had been purchased at Coaticook.
Used Stealth.
Unable to show  that he had come
into the Dominion at any recognized
port of entry. Thaw practically  was
convicted of entering by stealth, and
on this charge alone can hc be    de-
j ported.    But on this charge he could
I appeal to the minister of the interior.
j while no appeal would lie should he
at the tall assize court.
Local Officer Ready.
That it will be a nip and tuck race
In any event is admitted by the bank
officials, but preparations have been
made tor tbe immediate dispatch of
an officer from tbe local force, wbo
will carry aa order signed by the
Canadian authorities, whicb will mean
Powell's being turned over to the Dominion authorities.
Once in charge of tbe local police.
Arrivals   in   Dominion   Come  at   Rate
of  One   Million  a  Year���Fewer
Americanc.
f'aiup Perry. (V, Sept 4. Hy winning Tha Individual l'alina match todav with an ,-.r:ny rifle. Major W. Hart I did not wlSB that formal announce-
McHarg, of Vancouver, H.O.. becomes ; ment be made of the signing of thc
the individual champion of the world | AngloJapanesa treaty, but *ished to
by having a total of 220 out of a pos- have It become public Informally !
sible itS on the SOO, 900 and looo van!. Papan. however, insisted that a for- i
r.'tngis Cai'tiiin N'eal Smith, of Can- I mal announcement be made to all na
ada, won se��ond with a score of 230 | tlons. i'i order that there be no mis- |
and   Lieut,   (ieorge   Mortimer of Can-1 understanding    regarding    the  policy
Engineer and Flagman Held
Pending  Result of Investigation.
be found insane at the present time ne wlu be hustled acrosa the Detroit
or to have been in ar. insane aay lum I ���r,ver to Wlmtoor.    Ont..    and    from
within five years.
Ottawa.   Sept    4.���New   arrivals   In
Canada during the first four months
of the l,seal yeur Increased the population by slightly over u quarter of a:of Texas. :!1!>
million.' The features ol the ngurealW.  a.  smlti.
or the f, it mouths, April 1 to July Bl. | Camilla   'JIT
licued   today   are  an   Increase  of  20
per . "lit In the arrivals from all countries,  ;i  I'll; Increase In the immigration   to  Canada   from   Uritaln   and   a
falling orf in the number of Americans  who have crossed  the border to
make   their   homes In the Canadian
Wl Bt
The total Immigration during the
four months was 260,906, made up of
99.101 liritish. 50.04(1 Americans and
H7 7'���>'��� from all other countries.
During the four corresponding
months Of last year the total number
was 909.642, composed of h:!,:',!x llrlt
Ish, 66.900 Americans and 00,424 from
nil   other  countries.
I ada third, also wltb -"Jo
Places were awarded according to
merit. The (-est soores on t^e ������������"-
distance range counted for first place,
the next best for second place.
Wolfe, l'nited Btates infantry, made
219:  dehorn. United States navy. IMS:
J. s. Stewart. Massachusetts, 2isi; Duff
Mclnnes. Canada. 2lh;
.'ana.la,   _1S;   Morris.
of  the  aliles  regarding
Korea.
China    end
NEWS FLASHES
Charged    with     Having    "Criminally
Caused Death"���One on  Bail
and Other in Jail.
TALK TEN MILLIONS
ON "FRIENDLY VISIT
There were L'59 entries.   Th" Palma
trophy will I.e ihot for on Sept. 8.
POPE'S CONDITION
AGAIN NORMAL
RalelgtT, N.C, Sept. 4.���lt was re
pt rted here tonisht that Ocracoke
island, in Pamlico _ound, was swept
by a hurricane lute yesterday. It is
believed that all of tbe island's 500
inhabitants were drowned.
At Sitting in  Winnipeg Cases Heard
Reveal Serious Ctate of Affat
Forms May Be  _han_ed.
T'.nkec   Island.
Washington. N.C, Sept. 4.- Damage 1*^. of the disaster.
esiunattd at more than 13,000,000 was      T*hey were placed under ��5000 bail
done here and in Beaufort county, by | eRt.^ untn a coroner's warrant, effec-
ia   destructive  hurricane.     Until    to-  t[V(> unt.i 24 hours after the coroner
New Haven. Conn., Sept. 4.���August B. Miller, engineer ot the White
Mountain express, and Charles H.
Murray, flagman of the liar Harbor
express, the two trains Involved in
the fatal North Haven wreck, on the
New York. .N.w Haven _: Hartford
railroad la>t Tuesday morning, were!of the Uraud Trunk railway, had an
formally placed uuder nrrest by Cor-j interview with Hon. W. T. Whita.
oner Mix late tonight, charged with j minister of finance, with reference to
having "criminally caused the death of 1 the linancial dealing, between the
Hoyal 11. llotchkiss," one of the vie-[government and the company.   These
Ottawa,  Sep*.  4 ���Chairman  Smith
ers   and    Vice-President Wainwright,
Has
WOULD MEAN GREAT
LOSS OF TRADE
Business   Men   Oi-.ose   Half   Holiday
Proposal���Provincial Regulation
Only Colution.
ai u largely attended nnd representative gathering ot local business men
ln thu Conservative oommlttee rooms
i last evening it waa unanimously de-
1 a elded to oppose the bylaw Introduced
lu the city council on Monday even
Ing which would mean the granting
of a half holiday to all store employees.
Various reasons were advanced by
the apeakers present, and while the
trend was ln favor of a week-day reBt
for the employc��BK ll wub generally
felt that unless the stores in the surrounding municipalities were closed
also considerable trade would be
diverted to outside channels to the
loss of local merchants.
Provincial Act.
A provincial act making it compulsory for ull stores to be closed on
certain hours on a certain duy of tbe
week, waa the only solution offered
as protecting Westminster's unlade
trade for which many of the merchants havo worked hard and huve
made sacrifices in order to secure.
A. V. Macdonald, president of the
locil Retail Merchants' association,
occupied thc chair.
May petition.
It Is probable lhat a petition will
be forwarded to the city council
against the proposed bylaw and that
a committee will attend Ita next meeting In order to explain the position In
which Westminster tradesmen would
He was'be placed should tbo bylaw pass.
B?en     Suffering    from    Throat
Trouble. Bu. A'mo t Disappeard
���Now Cives Audiences.
rtome, Sept. 4 l'ope 1'ius X. who
has been Buffering for the last day
or two from n recurrence of the
catarrh of the throat, wus much Improved this evening liis temperature
was normal and the hoarseness had
diminished, He reassured his Bister
Maria, and his niece, who had remain
ed In Home during the summer to be
with the pontiff.
Tiie pope received in add'enai today Cardinal Merrarl, of Milan, who
Instead of being accompanied by the
whole  chapter of the    Cathedral    of
Milnn. na originally arranged, took
with him only four priests, so as not
to tire the pope.
night tills bscUoii
��� I'.inimunicaliou.
wus  cut oil  from
Rural Credits.
I'ierre. S.H.. Sept. 4. -Governor
Byrne appointed today c,. ft. Malone,
master Of state grande, C. A. Johnson
and James QoodseU, bankers, to be
a statat commission to investigate a
system of rural credits lu thlB ttate.
Fatality in Quarry.
Sydney. N.S., Sept. 4. David Hutch-
foul, .f Low Polat, was Instantly kill
ed and six ethers .v.-re seriously injured by a tall of rock at Dominion
No. 1 colliery tbls morning.
Toro-.lo C.-.hlbition.
Toronto, Sept. (.���Messages of good
will und friendship were freely ex
changed by member! of the Montreal
city council who are thc city's gins s,
und Mayor llockin, a', the exposition
grounds tcda>.
WHAT A COMFORT TO
SORROWING MOTHERS!
Their Sons Were Tortured and Murdered in Balkans But There Will
Be an Investigation.
Paris, Sept. 3,*-The Balkan now*
ngency bas received a letter from M
DlBcesBco, former Romanian minister
of Instruction and president of the
Roumanian lnter-pnrllamentary group,
stating that atrocities committed In
the llnlkan war were In direct violation of the International convention on
the laws mil cuotoms of war. slrned
by nil elvlllied Btates on Oct. 18. 1907.
artlole three even providing that the
belligerent violating the convention
shnll pay an Indemnity.
He wlll, In the name of his group,
propose a resolution at the 18th Inter parliamentary conference that an
International committee shall be formed to Investigate the atrocities. He
will further propose that the belligerents responsible shall be sent hefore
the Hague tribunal.
Far* Carninrs.
Toronto, Sept. 4.���The city's per
centage of Btreet railway earnings
from September, 1911, to September.
1912, was $775,224. Prom Sept.mb, r,
1912. to September, 1913, $910,18st.
The Increase is $134,956, or over If
per cent.
Toronto Accident.
Toronto. Sept. 4.���Riding hls motorcycle east on Uerraid street this afternoon, J. Hanna was struck by au automobile and sustained lnlur.es which
resulted in bis death shortly after.
Centenees Reduced.
Erfuert. Germany, Sept. 4.-The
superior military court here tod*4y M>
dticed the sentences pronounced on a
number of reservists on June 27 last,
when for participating in a dispute
In a saloon five men were given five
years' Imprisonment each, another one
year and a seventh seven months,
Customs Collector Dead.
Winnipeg. Bep't 4.���Andrew Strang,
collector of customs of the port of
Winnipeg and one of the oldest real-
dents, died this morning at his bome
on Kdmonton street. Mr. Strang waa
born at Montreal ln W��, and came
to Winnipeg In 1868. He was president' of tbe local Liberal association
for many yean.
has rendered a verdict In tho inquest
into the catastrophe, which he began
in private today.
Union Helps.
Ball for Miller was furnished by lee
loeny Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen. Murray was
locked up for lack of bondsmen.
The men who have been detained
by the coroner tn the county Jail since
tho day of the wreck as laterial witnesses, were arrested after they had
given testimony ut a night session of
the Inquest. The pair who. It is said,
have told widely conflicting stories as
to the causes of the accident, were
examined separately.
Want* the Truth.
Miller, though gaunt and nervous,
wns In a fighting mood after his release on hall. "They have called me
a scapegoat." he said. "1 am not a
scapegoat. 1 want to say that I have
nothing to fear. I nm colng to clear
myself. 1 have been demoralixed by
all that hss been printed about this
wreck, but 1 don't care so long as the
truth comes out.   That's all 1 want."
Market Steadier.
New Vork, Sept. 4.���While no recovery was made today from the
week's decline in stocks the market
was steadier. The various Influences
which combined to depress quotations
appeared to have worn themselves
out and there was nothing tn the day's
news to alter the speculative position.
Sentiment remained bearish, but there
av��-e na-nctir-M cons'.leratlons which
militated against active operations.
*##*#��##���*#�����*. 4* #���#
IN SAME CLASS AS
FRASER RIVER WORK
Ottawa. Sept. 4:���Two big
contracts which have been
pending for the past week before the government hsve not
yet been awarded, but It is expected they will be very
shortly. It Is understood that
M. J. O'Brien, ot Renfrew, la
the low bidder on section three
of tba Welland canal which
amounts to teh million dollars,
while the Canadian Stewart
company ts In line for tha
Toronto harbor work coating
about 16,(00,000.
����������������������������*������ 1
concern mainly the ten million dollar
loan made to the company at thc last
session of parliament and the acquisition of the government at par of certain of the bonds of the tirand Trunk
Pacific.
Mr. Wainwright would not go into
details beyend stating that they had
made "just a friendly visit," He sad
that there Is nn basis for the report
of friction between the government
and the com,iny with respect to tbe
operation cf the completed section of
the transcontinental railway and It is
nntfeipated that, as ls the case with
the Winnipeg-Superior Junction sec
tion, the rest of the line to Cochrane
will be taken ever and operated this
year.
tbere he will be brought by C. P. ft.
I train to New Weatmlnster.   A quicker
route would be by the American rail-
roads.  but  tbis    would    be  allow ot;
Powell's  friends  to  stay proceedings
in any other   state    than    Michigan.
something that the local police   bave
guarded against.
Holding Case.
The assi7e court opens in this c ty
on September 15, but it Is prohible
that the case against Charlei n��ati
will not be called natil the erd of the
session, which would allow the preliminary trlaf of Powell to be disposed of, and the necssarv pa""'-*,
from the attorney general's office
mad" out in time for him to be
bro-���lit up for trial.
It 's stated De.in will be charged
d'rectly with robbing the Bank of
Montreal.
The officer briugin? Powell to this
city will doubtless be accompanied
by the Detroit witnessee who give
testimony against Macnamara. tbla,
of course, in event of the warrant ar-
riving during the next few days.
GRAIN COMMISSION
CHANGE IAWS
U.S. EMBASSY WANTS
TO KNOW REASON
American Taken Fram Train by Mexicans and Arrested���Investigation Msy Follow.
Mexico City, Sept. 4���The American
embassy has made representations to
the Mexican foreign office respecting
tbe reported arrest and removal from
a train bound for Vera Cms last night
of Richard Dewey, dn American Insurance man. well known in the capital. Consul Canada notified, the embassy of the arrest.
Mr. Dewey wat on his way to plsce
his family aboard a steamer for the
United States. He was taken from
the train at Ometosco. a station Sn
mtles from the capital. The embassy
knows of no reason for this action.
the
Grand Trunk  Officials Interview
Minister of Finance on Big
Financial Mattera.
Winnipeg, 8ept. 4. Brldence In tbe
case of the Taylor Milling company
and others against the I .ondon Guarantee and Accident company, bandsmen for tbe Royal drain company,
formerly of Winnipeg, occupied th*
greater portion of y. sterday'* session
of the grain commission. Much f>vl-
dence was submitted of a verv technical nature on sales and coastgnmeats
and liabilities of guarantee companies.
All the ingenuity of the moat brdlfftnt
members of the Winnipeg bar wan
brought into requisition tn examination and croa����xaminatloa of the wit-
nesaes.
At the conclusion of argument*
Chairn.an McQIU tal* tha ease at
least revealed a serious ata��e of (affairs and mlgbt lead to amended legislation as to tbe forma aaad In shipments of grain and aa to the liabilit <m
and boadssaen.
Camels Grain Markets.
Ottawa. Sept. 4.--Hon. Oeorge R
Foster, minister of trade and commerce, when aeen today In regard to
the decision to defer the erection of
sample markets at Winnipeg and Wirt
William, aald that the delay waa due
to the impossibility of having all the
necessary arrangements made at tha
preaent time. Provision tor the aaaapta
markets waa made by tha naw grain
act paaaed at the laat eeaala* at
parliament.
CEO. M. COHEN HOI.T.
Crest Theatrical  Man and Party In
Bad Accident;
H-mtord, Conn., Sept. 4 ���Thrown
'ron their speeding automobile, when
<t struck a garbage wagon two milea
Tern this city today and all seriousty
���nlured, foorge M. Cohen. Wa t��year-
old daughter. Georgia Cohan, Watlaca
Bddtnrer. leading man for Mr. Cohen's
naw play: Francis X. Hope. Mr. Co-
ban's confidential secratary, and War.
VanBoren. Mdtagar'e ekaaffaar. war*
rushed to tha Hartford hospital, what*
at a Into how tonight It waa aoM Mr.
Cohen aad Oo other ma*, woold ra-
ooeer, hot that tho recovery of hto
daughter wm dooMNL '
Tho parte waa
Tortr a   -   -   -
UiSswXW*to.-<mim*n*m*mi��--.--~�� HAGt   TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913.
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Oolumtna. Kit UP.   BVTHBRuAND,  Hamming  Director.
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mxtmts). 991.
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FRIDAY  MORNING,   CEPTEKVCR 5, 1913.
PROMISES TO KE KEPT.
A day-old dispatch from Ottawa says that Hon. Robert Rogers, on his return to thc federal capital, announced
that within the next few years the government would find
it necessary to spend one hundred millions of dollars on
the harbors of the Dominion and, since the minister had
just concluded his western trip, the announcement was
simplified by the explanation that thc contemplated works
include drydocks for Vancouver and Victoria.
It is to be hoped there is nothing significant in'the
omission of Westminster harbor from the published statement.
When the minister of public works paid his recent
visit to this port he promised that everything that should
be done to this harbor would be done. At least, he promised that everything the resident engineer recommended
would be clone and it is natural to suppose that the engineer will recommend all that is necessary.
There is no politics in a wholesome desire to see this
harbor improved and there is no desire on the part of this
paper to cry wolf where there is no wolf, but an announcement from headquarters of the department's plans with
regard to the Fraser and its arrangements for carrying
out those plans would not come amiss at this stage of the
trame.
en Separately to the hoys and girls
Referring to yesterday's large enrollment of pupils iu public schoola
Superintendent   Cooper   said   it   gate
'him great satisfaction to say that the
Seattle scliool system had been mag
nificentlv supported; thnt in scliool
buildings it was ahead of many of
the larscr cities, and lhat lie recent-
|ly learned thai New York citv hid
only just Introduced industrial centres, two yiars nfter Seattle bud established   three  such   centres,   which
iliuve been increased to nine ii.ii.
year,
CFIUCH':^ UNDTR  CRAVTl.
Nine Yc.T Old Boy Ki'lcd Near Lca-r-
innton.   Ont.
Leamington,  Sept.  4.   Edward,  ihe
nine year old sen nf Mr. Daniel Kins-
| man. a veil to do filmier on the lllh
[corcpsslon   of   Mefsea,   wan   cus'ied
under a load of gravel near lhe Kins-
! man  home.    The boy  nml his  father
: wire  driving  home   with   a  loud    if
igravel   when   they   nut  a  boy  riding
a bicycle.    On passing on the narrow
'road Ihe team t'ok fright and turned
'into  thc  deep dl'ch  along  the  rond
| file   Kinsman   boy   ft 11   out   over   the
! frcnt end ef the wagon and the whole
I weight if Hie wagon box full of gravel pinned ir.m to the side of the ditch.
The injured boy was carried to his
j heme  on a  stretcher,  where  he  liieil
I two hours nfter the accident.
Mr.   Kinsman   was   so   greatly   unnerved  bv  the  accident,  thnt  he  had
| to be belli iii tlio wagon while being
driven  home.
CANADA GROWS
EV[R STRONGER
Old  Country  Conf.dencc   in  Dominion   not   b
Unshaken   and  Continually
Increasing
1 regard to Canada ,\ very Influential
banker talking this morning to a re-
reporter iiiioui the cyclone reporl
wii.*. very careful to emphasize the
opinion  that  nolhiiig  could slop tan
i ada.
"These   Incidents,"  said  he,  " are
rcgretable and unpleasant n' they can
ntrolled.    We cannot  hope
from
London, Sept. ���',. -The news of tin*
cyclcne  in  western  Canada  reported
from  Winnipeg  baa    boen    received
wiih   genuine   regret.    Anyone    who
tak.s  any  interest   in  Canada  al   all.
ior knows anything of farming con-
Iditlons sympathises strongly wiih the
infortunate farmers who. after sevcr-
eral months of [labor sic their efforts
brought io nought   in the city i: Is
lu led and expected that later advice;
will prove that the first reports are
exaggerated  and   that  tiie  event   will
.prove that the storm was no worse
than what Canada expects, and hoe
done  no  more   harm  than   is  usually
���discounted beforehand, because it la
strongly hoped and believed tha! Can
ada would have such :>. bumper crop
as would compensate largely for tiie
Stringency   cf   the   past   months   and
i would place tiie  Dominion in a  posl
! tion which would ensure Immediate
advances next year.
Ir is curious to notice the optimism
| which  prevails in  financial circles in
to  prevenl  ���toron,   bad  p'l.rni.
coming now and again an*, more than
we  can   hope   to   prevenl   assuming
that we wisi.,.1 tn i.n   Canada from
rising superior to ever, such Influence or mishap. The Dominion ��iii
shake off such IriTlis   bin though thev
* mnv appear locally, like a Newfound
land dog will shake lhe water from
ihis coat, and shake them off easier
and easier every year. Canada Is '���*
gn w ami i'i.". stronger imt. month
No other new oountry in the world
renulrlng money fur the big sree
.which it has started to develop could
havo faced lln- stringency of ihi* laat
few months so w. il and wllh such
i slight loss ar. Canada. !l is a country et' which we are nil going t be
extremely proud and oul nf which the
empire generally, is going t'. mnke
a lot ef money, and also, l.\ tl.e way.
going to make a  lol  ef security."
XCHANGE
Five and ten acre blocks in the choicest fruit
growing and residential district in Fraser Valley.
Will take revenue-producing city house property
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
Featurc:ef.   Day.
Montreal, Sept,   .     \p-.it  from the
fact that the market showed good resistance lo such unfa' or,.ble Influei	
as a weaker feeling In I.end..!, and a
further reaction  in  New  Vork, busl
ness in Uie stocks here yesterday was
devoid ef feature.
WMY BUY FOREIGN CEMENT
when you can get as good or better, manufactured In B. C, viz,: tbe
the celebrated "VANCOUVBR" Brand, guaranteed to pass Standard
Specifications of American und Canadian Engineers' Association.
We would also call attention to our Vitrified Sewer I'lpe from
4-ln. to 2-i-iti In diameter, This Is nis.. made In tbls Province and wo
consider superior to any Imported article.
We also carry a stock of Crushed Hock, Washed Gravel, Sand,
I.line, Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
Phones 15 and 16.
802 Columbia Street W.
There's nothing half-hearted about the local half-
holiday movement. The clerks are hotfoot after it and the
businessmen seemingly are taking the Irish part against
it.
A Victoria citizen, back from a trip to Europe, says
the financial .stringency is all imagination. It's the same
kind of imagination that gets bogus cheque artists into
trouble.
Talk about carrying coals to Newcastle, but how
about the New York clerk of a divorce court who is being
sued by his wife for a clear bill of discharge from her
marital duties?
Scientists have recentlv discovered that three species
of trees flourishing near Lake Bluff, 111., are hold-overs
from the ice age, whenever that was. Anyway it sounds
like a cold deal on Illinois.
An American jurist .says jails should be hospitals for
the cure of crime, in which case it is probably correst to
suppose that the eminent authority considers the gallows
it species of criminal operating table.
Ten women were appointed to the Chicago police
force and nobody heard much about it. They put three
on 'Frisco's force and the whole world was told about it:
and yet they call poor old Chi. the Windy City.
A Harvard university professor amuses himself
o'nights a-counting of the stars. A man who hasn't any
more to engage his time than that should be a valuable
member of the Industrial Workers of the World.
The provincial government officials now talk fif re-1
constructing the court house to make it habitable.   That
looks a whole lot like using good butter to make an omelet \
.of bad eggs.   A new court house is what's wanted.
A missionary has been shot and killed in Asiatic Turkey and people are wondering why. Now if that had occurred in Papua or in the Now Hebrides everybody would
know that there was a food famine among thr natives.
Ex-President Taft of the United States urges lawyers to think less of the financial returns from their pro-;
fession and more of the glory, etc.   As an advance agenl
for the millenium, the professor is certainly progressive.
Poor old Ireland surely is the clearing Iti--.' for all
kinds of trouble. When she hasn't got religious rows
on her hands, there are political differences to settled and
now it's the unions. Some day there'll be peace in Ireland
���perhaps.
Fourteen Germans from Heidelberg who have emi-
���ratH to the IJ. S. are to be officiallv declared dead unless they show up at the town hall at home and out in a
kick; and Americans have always called themselves the
liveliest people on top of the earth.
Hack in grandfather's time the fellow with the love
bug gnawing at his digestion twanged a guitar under his
affinity's window, then she came out ami thor walked a
mile or so through the woods in the moonlight and can"1
home to sit on the horsehair sofa in tho best room find talk
to naw while maw set the bread for the night. Now it's
different: He honks thp auto horn and thev chase over
about fifty miles of landscape in a sixty horse power car.
get a late supper down town and arrivp back at Irn* home
about the time paw's getting up to light the fire for
breakfast.
SEATTLE   MAN  OPPOSES that   respect    should    lie   left   to   the
SEX  HYGIENE  TEACHING parents,  nnd  that  In  any  event     Ihe
  local  School   svateni   whs  nut   nl   pre.
Senttle   Sept   4��� Declaring  himself sent ready for Ils adoption     Mr Coop-
OTPOSed   t"   the   teaching   of   i��OX   l.v er   BgpresSed   lhe   hope   thai     If     the
eione In  tli"  public  schools.  Sunt   K. school  authorities should  ever dcclrt"
ll    Cooper    Hdilressing   the   tn"inbci"i to  tench  Ihls  subject,  the  step would
of th" Seattle  Commercial  club, said not I.e taken  without Ihe utmost cm-
that In his judgment nil education In tlon, and lhal  ihe Inctriictlon he giv
PRICES BmsaBlslf
OH OXFORDS""
IN IHE STORE INCLUDED
IN THE GREAT SAIE
STILL THE PRICES ON SHOES COME DOWN
We have yet a few hundreds of pairs of Shoes that are going to be sold at prices which mean a loss to us of from 25 to 50 per cent, off the
factory price.   We do not intend to carry any of this year's shoes into next year's selling���hence they must go at any cost.
LADIES $4.00 SHOES FOR $1.00
MENS $6.00 SHOES EOR $1.95
This Gun-Mettle
Leather Strap Pump
.   American made and always sold for 35
Now-One Dollar a pair
Here's a Line of
Fox's Russian Calf
Colonials and Pumps.   We have sold dozens of them
for $5.00; now they go for I
$2.45 a pair
Geo. A. Slater; Packard;
^^iSl:fc:U��'^^
k  ���������*��'/' ���--��� >���*���**��� ;���.���"sB*w?o,-d*i
''���H-l'iiSa.'''''.   '���^T-li"-. &���'���&
*.VSIeT'l^Bm!**.^**m*L. vL-.v.*.
AND
Warwick's
make of low shoes for
men. Patents, Tans,
and Gunmetals. This
year's shoes. Our regular price of these was
$6. You can buy them
now
for $2.45
A PAIR
Seme
We Have
Values
IP
See our display of "Cote-Make"  Boys'  and
youths' school boots,'
$1.95 to $2.45
Mr. Workinpan!
We've aome great bargains on Working
Hoots. See our lines of Waterproofs at $2.95,
$*..()() and $:..r.().   None UrUcr for the Money.
This Packard Shoe
OX-BLOODS AM) "PEARL CALK" Leathers, reduced from $6.00 to
$1.95 a pair
White Canvas Pumps
$3.00 values for 95c. a pair
FRIDAY ANI) SATURDAY
Arc Our Busy Days.
Shoes Were Never Sold
at Such Low Prices
BOOTS
Same style as
this cut. Tan
Button, Gun Metal Button, Patent
Leathers.
Sale Price
$3.45 pair
JOHNSTONS Big Shoe House;Ltd.
Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B. C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913.
��� ���IU.WPI1I
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
"* -' ��� -- !.--JUJJ
FAQI THBtl
PRAIRIE PEOPLE
HAVE SOME CASK
Tightnesi  There  Said  to Be  Not  Sc
Bad Ai It Ceemi���Renina Man
Reviewt Situation
BOUNDARY MINE
SHOWS UP WELL
iiufiiii. Sept 4. ���Secretary i.. T,
McDonald, <ii tbe Regina board ol
iradi', ih wry optUnlltlC about thla
yrar'H crops mid tbe diruci Intluencn
bearing uu tbe Industry and trudu oi
tbe province uf Saskatchewan, Mr.
MoOonald  propbestM a i.ni.in future
nnd a  lessening 0( Uih  upiiiiri'iii   fin-
aootal stringency, which he states in
not aa had aB ll aceiiis. And wluli*
It la a littln early aa yet to foretell
with uny degree of accuracy or certainty whut tbe harvest will be, frum
Mr. Mi'iiu'iiiid'K statements tin. mucb
discussed tightness of tbe money market Ib foreign to Saskatchewan in-
diiBlrlea
"Money stringency Ib to much talk
ed about," slated Mr. McDonald
"What are tbe tacts? l.ot me give
you an Illustration, A Keglnu f rm
advertised a sale last week. Al the
end of the week their business show-
ad cash receipts amounting to 140,000,
The period in which ihis business
waa transacted must be considered.
It Ib before one bushel of grain ha*
been  marketed,  and  in the  mldal Of
prevailing   opinion   concerning   the
ilKhtnesi of money. Willi bucIi a
hI.iiwini; us ihls In the month of Aug
vii-1. before any Krain lias been touch
ed, what will the conditions be wben
the returns for three hundred million
bushels of Saskatchewan Kraln, pin-*
nock and other produce of the farm
are received?
"ThlB year'B crop la KOlng to be one
of the best ill the history of tlm province," declared the secretary of Onboard of trade. "And considerins the
province lias nut felt the money stringency very much, it places Saskat
cbewan In a very enviable position.
"The farmers throughout the province are very optimistic In regard
to the crops and harvesting and very
Utile apprehension is felt for any setback or loss resulting from frost or
cold weather. There Is an undercurrent of feeling among the farmers
that lhe Saskatchewan crops thlB year
are going lo establish a record for
the west, and they wlll produce one
of the beBt crops In the history of
Saskatchewan in regard to yield and
sample In fact, Bome of the mure
prominent uf grain growera feel that
the reaulta are going to be almost
perfect."
Secretary McDonald has three hundred acres of the finest Mannils
whest and therefore watches the grain
horizon wllh not only a civic eye hut
with a business one. He slates he
will put the binder in one hundred
acreB of the fluent hurley to be found
i'i thn vicinity very shortly Next
Tuesday operations prior tO cutting
one hundred acres of the finest  Mar
otiis wheat will be commenced.   After
t>... whe.it has been taken care of the
oalg will receive attention, and providing ifothltig occurs In the course
ef tho next two weeks, said Mr. Mc
Donald, Ms cropa, the best to be
found, will all be safe
Inland  Empire  Property  Attrac'.c  At
tention���Paulson   May   Become
Larre Camp
Qrand Porks, Sept, i, -The opening up of a large body of high k'rade
on the property of the. inland Umpire
Mining Co., Ltd., at Paulson, ���'���- miles
,i.U8: cf tin- city, Is now attracting attention. The ledge is about six feet
iii width uud carries values In gulJ
and silver up to i'iii) pt r ton.    It wa_
Iencountered when ��ipk)i\g .. 4o-tuo;
[winze from tbe 7u-f_ot level, and ban
been exposed by oulcrops, . rom-cuis,
sbatts and drills lor a distance o.
over a mile i he btrliu vein, wliici,
ryns parallel and carries good va.uts
has been demonstraii d for over 4Uj.
feet.
Up to the beginning l! last month
(.ver 14JU leet uf actual development
work was done on the [Umpire clam.
alone and thousands of toiu of ore
have been blocked out. The com
pany's property is equipped with
hoists, cou.pret.sor plain and a saw
null with a capacity of lo.ooo feit pei
day. There Is also a len stamp m.i:
erected In 1911, and abuiu a year ago
the company Installed hydraulic claa
s.Tiers and Itidsun Johnson vanuurj
In the mill.
The directorB of the Inland Bmplre
company purpose further develop
vigorously tu Increase tbe tonnag
and will ship the higher grade ore
With the expected success lhey wlll
[substitute steam plant fur hydroelec
trie and will also Install*S mill uf 209
or SOO ions daily capacity.
The stockholdirs In the company
are nearly nil residents of Walla
Walla. Wash., and it is expected tha.
the excellent results which have i.b
tained In opening up tbe Inland Empire will be the nucleus of a lar,-;.'
mining camp al 1'aulsou.
HAZELTON MINES
SHOW IMPROVEMENI
Better  Ore  >n  Silver  Standard���Rich
New  Strike on  Rocher de
Boule
ANY OID THING
IS GOOD ENOUGH
Interior Growers Want Jam  Factoriet
to  Put  Up Culled  Fruit for
Trade
Penticton, Sept. 4.    ('apt. 1   M. Ste
vena, the representative of the Prult
Growers' union, staled that overtures
havc been made to the Juni factories
Iii Nelson with a view to their band-
ling all the cull, over-ripe and under
sued peaches grown In this district.
The crop Is so large their is a nn-at
quantity of peaches that cannot be
handled otherwise, and which makes
exctll.nl Jam that finds a ready sale.
Local penile are taking itepi to get
jam tactor os In operation fur next
season's crop.    It has been Suggested
that overtures should be made to the
firm operating the Nelson factories
to have them establish branch factories here.
Prices so far are very fair. The
cannery has set a minimum price of
n cent and a half tx pound for peacbes
nnd two and a half cents for apricots.
The l'nited okanagan (irowers huve
net Issued any statement aa to what
tho peaches and apricots shipped
through  them   will net.
There has heen u complaint that
they have heen culling rather severe-
|v, but they defend themselves by
saying that they must send nut only
the finest grade in order to build up
a good reputation in the market, lt
haa been learned from an authorltlve
ai'iirce thnt In tha event of the year'B
operations not being a Buccess, the
Canadian Pacific railway wlll take a
hand In trying to solve the marketing problem. The Information came
from a man who is in pretty close
touch with the higher officials of
the road.
BULL  OVERBOARD
They Thouoht at First It Wss Msn
and Went to Rescue
Nelson. Sept. 4.-When about opposite Three Milo on the Inbound trip
on Saturday afternoon the passengers
of the stenmer Kuskanook were startled by the crv of "Man overboard!
Capt. McKlnnon gave the signal for
a lifeboat, and the crew of the ���learner made hasty  preparations tor tho
'"""developed that a bull belonging
to Mr. Bupglns. of Willow Point
which was being being brought In to
the citv hsd taken a dislike to Its
lourne o" the steamer, hnd broken
Its fastening and plunged Into the
waters of tho West Arm.
When next seen tho bull was swimming strongly for the shore >���������������
rectlon of 3. T. Bea by', ranch, and
r. lifeboat was sent In pursuit. Tlie
bull was roped and assisted ashore,
where It fell  completely exhausted.
iSom tho Bealby ranch the bull was
driven by road to the city.
New Hazelton. Sept   4    "Kvery m'n
er   at   th''   Silver   Standard   now*     Is I
working In ore. and by the time suffi
dent snow has fallen to make sleighing   possible   from   the   mine   to  New
Haielton, Supt  iiaskius will bave one]
or two train loads of high  grade ore \
r.-ady   to go to the smelter." suld  11.
\V,   (*.   Jackson   on   his   return   trom
a trip of Inspection to that property !
on   Munday.
"The show ing of ore on the surface
of the three veins which have been
..pined to depths of MiO to SOO feet,
are most impressive bapause of their
>��� 'ith. continuity and richness. All
three veins are much wider on the
lowest lev. Is than they wire on the
surface, and wherever aire has been
encountered at depth it has proved
to be of equal richness with that
i r.iiul lu an yuf lho levels above. The
best ore la an Intimate mixture Of
galena, zinc and grey copper in a
quarts gangue, and the highest values
are usually obtained when the biacx j
jack predominates,
"The   best showing   in   the   in ne  I" j
in the main shaft between the 50 and !
ICu  fool  levels where  the  clean  ore, I
averaging more than $100 per ton nei
smi Iter returns, Ib from five to nine
feet  In width.    It  is from  this shoot
00  both  sides of tlle shaft  that   in.'SI |
of the ore which will be shipped this I
fall   will   be extracted.
"Two drifts to the ncrth on the SOO i
foot   level   have  promising   ore   show- I
Ings in their faces nud when the ven-
Illation   of  the  mine   is   Improved  by i
the completion Of one ur ether of the
two upralscB  now*  being made In ore
to tiie surface, their development w 11
be   resumed.      Pram    present    indicn- .
tlmis each may  be expected to open
Into   an   ore  shoot   of   equal   value   to
the original bonanza ore body.
"As the pioneer In deep develop- I
ment In a new district, the Silver
Standard management haa all the
problems regarding the occurrences i
of ore, the infill, uee uf faults and Ihe
Significance of the changes with the
depth to work out, without thn ev
|m rience gained in other and slni'lnr*
ly situated properties, Jtoth the mm
ers  of  the property   and   the   mh lng
community are to be congratulated on
tho fact thai the solution of the"'
questions Is In such capable li"iirl'
aB those of Mr. HaRltlns and that n?
one more competent to handle them
could have been selected. Th" ee
suit of hla work this winter wlll be
Incalculable value to other mine managers who wlll sooner or later have
to face the same problems In connection with their own properties."
New Strike
A new strike nf $100 ore wis mnde
.recently bv Prsnk Iirown nud James
Dean on Rocher de Boule mountain
and on the New Hsselton side. The
boys state that, while thev have not
mnde snv particular Investigation, the
indications are that It will prove one
of the biggest properties In camp
Tbey have six clslms and have named
thcin the Chicago group. The f'r��t
assays itave 70 ors. In "Uvea- \* ver
cent, copper and $6.00 In gold.
Por nursing mothers
Na-Dru-Co Laxatives
offer the important advantage that they do not disturb
thc rest of the system or
affect the child.
25c. a box at your
Druggist's.
M*a***\ Peg *** O-nwlnl Ce.
rlf���tfi ������-X-S-    ITS
Another Wonderful List Of
Bargains For Friday's Selling
We Have Prepared for Another Great Selling Day on Friday
HOSTS OF NEW GOODS HAVE HEEN BROUGHT FORWARD FROM THE RESERVE STOCKS AND WAREHOUSES AND TICKETED DOWN TO PRICE.: THAT WILL MEAN A SPEEDY CLEARANCE.
WHEN YOU FULLY APPRECIATE THE GENUINE REDUCTIONS AT WHICH GOODS ARE BEING SOLD YOU
WILL NOT BE SLOW TO TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY.
REMEMBER, WE BOUGHT THIS STOCK AT A PRICE THAT ENABLES US TO SELL YOU GOODS CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN CANADA, AND THE MERCHANDISE IS OF GUARANTEED AND DEPENDABLE
QUALITY.
pp ADVERTI SING" WE ENDEAV0R T0 BE conservative in our advertised statements,
11 *"   M" 3 AND WE TRY TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS A LITTLE BETTER VALUE THAN
THEY EXPECT TO GET AFTER READING OUR ADS. A WALK THROUGH OUR STORE AND AN EXAMINATION OF
OUR GOODS AND PRICES WILL THOROUGHLY CONVINCE YOU THAT WE HAVE NOT SAID ENOUGH ABOUT
THE SENSATIONAL BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING.
Furniture Dry Goods Crockery wantI for* thf
Office Furniture Ready-to-Wear      Hardware , COMING WINTER   *
Typewriteis Gents'Furnishings Stoves & Ranges NOW- Wonderful mon-
Carpets, Rugs      Tiunks, Valises     Electric Fixtures 332 sJjJj^JS^
Draperies Etc., Etc. Etc., Etc. Underwear, Etc., Etc.
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
$1.00 Ladies' Flannelette Dressing
Sacques  50c
$2.50 Embroidered Waists, lace trimmed 85c
$2.75 Lace Waists $1.25
$7.50 White Lingerie Dresses $1.75
2.5c Knit Vests 1.5c
50c Knit Vests 35c
$10.00 Linen and Crash Auto Coats. .$2.75
$20.00 to $80.00 Lone: Cloth Coats $7.95
$80.00 to $35.00 Long Pongee Silk
Coats   S7.95
$26.00 Ladies' Suits  $7.95
Crockery
$14.00 97-piece Dinner Sets $8.75
$20.00 97-piece Dinner Sets $12.75
$4.50 6-piece Toilet Sets $1.95
$8.00 10-piece Toilet Sets $3.75
10c Plates, each   5c
20c Plates, each 10c
,50c Decorated China Sugar and Cream
Sets 25c
$3.00 Decorated China Tea Sets, 6 cups, 6
saucers, teapot, sugar and cream. .$1.45
$1.50 7-piece China Berry Sets 75c
DRY GOODS SECTION
15c Ginghams yard    10c $5.00 White Enamel Beds, brass trim-
15c Flannelette, yard  ..10c       med ��� Sl .95
$1.75 Bed Comforters $1.2:>     $75.00 Brass Beds  .$49.oQ.
$1.50 Flannelette Blankets  $1.15 ^00.V!:^en_S^nJlb!e.S:lWO deep H��
50c Bungalow Nets, yard 2.5c
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
12V2 Sox, 3 pairs for 25c
75c Neckwear 50c
$1.50 Gents' Dress Shirts 50c
50c Undwear  25c
65c Medium Weight Health Underwear.45c
$1.50 Felt Hats  95c
$3.00 Hard Felt Hats $1.75
Sweater Coats, from .... 95c to $3.75
$1.25 Boys' Sweaters  75c
10c Handkerchiefs  5c
Electric Fixtures
$6.00 Two-light Electric Fixtures, complete  $3.00
$12.00 Brass Mission Electric Fixture,
complete  $6.00
$6.00 Electric Mission Table Lamps.. .$3.00
$14.00 Electric Table Lamp $6.50
$25.00 Electric Table Lamp $12.00
$40.00 Electric Table Lamp $19.00
$25.00 Electric Amber Dome $12.00
Get our electricians to give you a price on
your wiring and fixtures.
STOVES AND RANGES
$16.50 Garnet Oak Coal Heaters.  . $11.75
$19.75 Fairy Oak Coal Heaters $14.00
$21.50 Live Oak Coal Heaters $15.75
$73.00 Reliance Steel Ranges, with reservoir  $52.50
$55.00 Reliance Steel Ranges  $37.00
$50.00 Empress Ranges $34.50
$30.00 Malleable Camp Ranges $19.50
$16.50 Cook Stoves, burns wood or
coal     $10-50
$18.00 Cook Stoves  $11.00
$30.00 Cook Stoves  $21.50
$40.00 Cook Stoves, with reservoir. $29.50
Carpets, Rugs, Draperies
$2.00 and $2.50 Wilton or Axminster Car-_
per, yard 95c
$1.75 and $2.00 Brussels Carpets, yard. .95c
$22.50 9x10.6 Brussels Rugs $12.75
A pile of Den or Corridor Rugs, Wilton
and Axminster; values to $30, for. .$10.00
$1.25 Mohair Mats 75c
80c Tapestry Carpet, yard 40c
$35.00 9x9 Wilton Rugs $18.50
$1.10 Nairns Inlaid Linoleum, yard 65c.
E
tt
50c Pillow Cases, pair 35c
$2.50 White Bed Spreads $L50
.$3.50 White Bed Spreads $1.95
35c Sheeting, yard  20c
lined bins and two drawers $3.75
$13.75 Dresser and Stand, golden oak finish  $8.95
$25.00 Dresser and Stand, golden oak finish   $13.75
$2.25 Mission Oak Dining Room Chairs.95c
$9.00 Tables, a good strong table, suitable
for den or office, top 30x40 and standing 30 inches high, special $2.95
$12.00 Morris Chairs  $8.75
$75.00 Massive Golden Oak Buffet. .$47.00
$28.50 Set of six Fumed Oak Dining Room
Chairs $17.50
$59.00 Mahogany China Cabinet... .$39-50
$50.00 3-piece Mahogany Parlor Suite,
beautifuly upholstered $34.00
Do not delay. Get what you require now. The sale will positively
close on Saturday,v September 13. An opportunity like this comes
once in a lifetime.   SALE OPENS DAILY 9 A. M.   Genuine Savings of JO to 60 Per Cent, on M Goods
McAllisters limited
I    ColuiT
Successors te Lees Limited
Columbia Street
New Westminster
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TUE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 5, UU.
Fresh Water and Salt
WESTMINSTER PORT
PACIFIC COAST
mu REPORI ON
CUIfORNIA WRECK
American  Delegates Come    and
How strikes Are Cettlcd Here-
May Come to Coast.
Captain Said to    Be    Exonerated
the  Fatal  Rock Wat Not
Charted.
Seattle, Sept. 4.    A final  report on  CANNERY TENDER  WRECKED
The G. N. IL car ferry Sydney No. 2
was towed up river last night.
; The city tug Hero No. 1 and the
new dredge are now at the drain
Growera' wharf, where both arc being
fitted up for harbor improvement
work.
Ottawa.  Sept.  4.    Charlea 0.  Wood
The  tug  Fearless  was  towing  logaiand  ,,rank   M   ��� of  ������Bton   who
for the Brunette null yesterday.   OnL        , , ,     .   ,    ,      ���
Saturday, it is understood, she leaves ,laV(! b,,,m Regaled by Governor
with a party ol sportsmen, Including BV��B, Ol Massachusetts, to come to
Captain Mayers, for hunting uround.i, Ottawa to Investigate the working ol
on Vancouver island.^ jthe industrial disputes    act,    arrived
here    this    afternoon.
STUDY CANADIAN
LABOR DISPUTE
Social and P
ersona
I1 BUodeftU  of  this city,  was  united   lu
marriage to George Bailey Milne. The
the wreck of lhe steamship State of
California, which struck an uncharted
rock and sank in Gambler bay, Alaska,
tun weeks ago, will be sent to Washington beforo thc ond of tlle week, nc-
cording to announcement made by the
federal inspectors who investigated
the disaster. A preliminary report already has been sent to the supervising inspector at San Francisco.
U'hilo the contents of the report
will not be made public until it has
been completed, it  was intimated  to-
SAYS JUNEAU  DITPATCH
Seattle, Sept. 4.���A Juneau dispatch
to the Merchants' exchange conveys
information of the wreck several days
During their
stay tliey will confer with I". A. Ac
land, deputy minister of labor; J. C.
Watters, president of the Dominion
Trades and l.abor congress, and
others closely related to tlle adniinls
K. L. Berry, of 8)camus, B.C.,   i3!
slaying  with friends In the city.
II. Marsh, of Hon Arthur, and IC. J.I
I Fader left last evening fer Tacoma.
J. I).  I.afferty, of Calgary, Is a visi-I
See  tor in  the city.
Iteeve Merryfiold. of Mount Lehman, came ln from the Fraser valley
yesterday.
Mrs.   A.   W.   Mcl.eod  has   returned ;
[from  a  few  weeks visit with friends
in Seattle.
Dr. Rothwell, wife and party have
returned from an automobile trip to
Portland.
P. O. Bilodeau a:id son Harry left
last evening for Montreal, where the
latter will again attend college.
s. Currie and wife, accompanied by
P.    Sangster    and  W. Wright,    have j
gone on a shooting trip up the coast, !
where tliey will camp for three weeks. I
ceremony was officiated over by Hev.
Father Heck, and was a quiet one,
only a few of the immediate friends
and relatives being present Frank
Bilodeau, brother of the bride acted
as groomsman, while the bridesmaid's
duties were performed by Miss Mabel
Flelche.v
The bride and groom left Immediately after the wedding on an automobile tour of Vancouver Island.
CV C. Packerr' Rise.
Montreal, Sept. 4. -The general
conditions in the local stock market
today were unchanged, business was
again on a declining scale, price movements were narrow anil irregular but
on the whole the undertone was firm,
A three point rise in Ilrillsh Columbia
Packers' which sold al KIT, reacted to
186 and 1 nally closed at 130 hid as
compared with Ki:'.
day by those familiar with the case I on board the steamship Admiral
that the forecast published last week Sampson, whieh is due here tomorrow
���would  be  confirmed.    Captain   T.   H.   morning.
Cann, jr., who was master of the ves I The Kayak was valued at $25,010
sei, will be fully exonerated from any 'nnd insured for ,$20,000. Her dimen-
bUitne for the disaster, it. Is believed 'sions are: length. 107 feet; beam, 23
and the report will    show    that    thn'feet and depth 10 feet.    She is of 115
gross   and   7:,   n
ago of the cannery tender Kayak off  t*���"0" of llle acl- .,
Ocean cape, near  Kakatut. Al"'r *"'<-��r.ii'* mic.i .la'., as is av,,:l
Though it is understood that the
Kayak carried a crew of 20 men and
probably had a number of cannery
employees aboard, no indication of
any loss of life is given in the dispatch.
The captain and some of the crew
of  the  tender  are  coming  to  Seattle
able from the public records at Ottawa and other places the Massachusetts commissioners will visit several cities in Canada where there
have been strikes within the past few
mouths to study conditions and
familiarize themselves with the events
that led up to the starting and adjustment of the disputes. Tliey desire to
learn what effect arbitration under
the Canadian act, which has greater
authority than the Massachusetts act.
has upon the Canadian laborer, the
employer and the general public.
WEDDING BELLS
BILODEAU-MILNE.
A  pretty  wedding  wns solemnized
yesterday morning  in  St.   Peter's ca-
when  Miss Sophy    Bilodeau,
I
thedral
third daughter of Mr. and Mrs
O.
Fatal  Ctudy.
II     Diego,     Cal.,     Sept.     4.     First
I Lieutenant   Moss     1..     Love,    of    the
Eleventh U. s. Infantry, one nr the
'officers detailed to study aviation at
this camp, was dashed to death early
this morning when the aeroplane on
which be had been sailing shot to the
ground with fearful velocity fr. in a
height of 25o feet. Every bene in the
officer's body was broken and Irs
skull was   fractured in three placet
rock on which the vessel struck Is
only 15 feet ten inches below the surface of the water, instead of 72 feet,
as marked cn the government chart3.
C. P. R. BUYS OID
CRUISER WM. JOLIFFE
Fishery    Protection    Vessel    Said
Have Been Sold to Railway���
Known Here.
tons   register  and
was built at Alameda, Cal., in 1901.
BILE MINER DIES
IN GEORGIA PRISON
Baseball Results.
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
standing  of  tne  Clubb.
W.
Vancouver  S4
Portland    7;i
Seattle   74
I Victoria    t',7
Tacoma    64
 _ Spokane  Cl
staying at the best hotels in the large j Yesterday's Games.
cities and occupying a hox ln some big     At Vancouver it
theatre every night. ; Tacoma      ,1
His   life   of   luxury,   however,   soon   Vancouver ,.3
fContlnued from cate onei
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
OFF
REGULAR PRICES
That i.s the inducement we are offering the prospective purchasers of Electrical Fixtures.
See Our Hot-Point Irons and Heating Apparatus
All Madza Lamps at Reduced
Prices, 60c
Shades from 75c to $1.50���Now from 15c to 45c
WEBER & SOLEY
ELECTRICIANS, SIXTH STREET
Contractors for Every   Kind .of  Electrical  Work
FOURTH STREET IMPROVEMENTS.
showing  the
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After being two years in tne fishery
protection service of the. Canadian
government, the cruiser William
.lolitTe is said to have been purchased
by the C. P. H. fer use in towing coal
hulks.
The Joliffe  is  well  known  in   Now
Westminster, where she has paid fro
quent  visits with captured American land
lisliing vessels in tow.   She is at pres* I Cal.
(ame to a termination. His funds
grew fhort and he had no means of ac-
cuirmlatlng, so he began to hobo his
wny back to the west, where he travelled on burros, slept in the woods err
hollow logs, liis pipe and plug his
only  consolations.
Life 6entencr  Here.
Miner soon wearied of life In a
miner's camp and he decided to again
hit the trail ef the "dynamited safe."
In 1!i0(> he. with two others, held up
an.l   robbed  a  Southern   Pacific  mail
express train  near San  Quentin,
lie was suspected of being the
Hatteries:       Kraft      anil      Harris;
Schmutz and Konnick.
At Spokane: It.    II.    B,
Victoria    7    12      I
Spi kaii"     :',    11     ::
liatleries: Kantlehner anil Shea;
Coveleskie, Smith and Hannah.
NATIONAL f.EAGUE.
Standing of the Clubs.
ent under charter lo the Dominion leader in the holdup and was carefully
government at a rate of ?lf>0 a day, in watched, lie worked north Into Can-
charge of Captain Newcombe. It iH1a<ia an(1 waK B0��n caught lor the rob-
understood that she will be released ' bc'r>' ��r '������ Canadian Pacific railway
when once the first or the two new |tr!lln near Kamloops. This came near
fishery protection cruis rs arrive on ,P:ne hlf' undoing and "Old Bill" Mln-
the I'acilic coaat from Dublin. _* WM arrested, tried and sentenced
  Ito life in the Westminster penitentiary.
This was not Miner's first job of
train robbing in liritish Columbia.
More than a yenr hefore the Kamloops
robbery he had robbed a Irain near
Mission   and   .scaped   across   the  line
New York  ..
Philadelphia
Chicago  ....
Pittsburg  ...
Boston  	
Brooklyn . . .
Cincinnati ..
St.  I.ouis  ...
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Dnl.'r of OblatPS M I
Order of Oblates m i
Pt. Patrick's Hull Co.
i Walker   . telen N.
Phillips, M   .i	
Hnrt     !���'    J	
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The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:    VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Branches Throughout the  Province of  British Columbia.
Savings Department at all Hranchos Deposits of One Dollar and
upwards received and Interest at the highest current rate paid or
credited half yearly.
A GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Cheques sold, payable iu all parts of tbe
world.
CHAS. G. PENNOCK, General  Manager.
Mew   Westminster   Branch: A. W. BLACK, Manager.
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Yesterday's Games.
THE COOK GREW MIN
AND IHE CAPTAIN FAT
It     II.    E.
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2      H      3
At Pittsbur.
St, I.ouis 	
Pittsburg 	
llatteries:     Sallee and  llildebrand ;
Hobinson and Simon.
St cond  game
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New York, Sept. 4. NewB of the
total less of the liritish schooner
Mersey and Its cargo of cocoantits on
tii" shore of the Isle of Pines, south
of Cuba, was brought here today by
four members of the rescue crew, pas
aengers on the steamer M.-tapan from
Colon. The Mersey drilled oc to the
beacb while getting under way for
New York.
The Mersey, Captain KponaElc, a
three-master of 220 tons, left Slid
bourne, N.S., on June 13, and arrived
Ht Port Antnuio by way Of other ports.
Her home port was Bridge-ton Bar-
bailees.
The wind drove the Mersey fast on
the rocks where, at sun down. San
Bias Indians swarmed aboard, according to Fred Elliott, Arthur O'Neill.
Henry Gibbon and William Jackson.
all fif Halifax. After dancing nnd
Singing, the Indians leaped overt) ard
suid swam ashore and a few minutes
later the Mersey burst Into fla-mcs
and the prew had to take to thc -water
to save their lives.
Hide  and   Seek.
ifi.-r dodging the natives ttrnmxh-
aeu the night, narrated Klliott. Che
crew met wealthy Indian merchants
who regretted the Mersey's loss and
cared for them until a schooner came
along and  look  them  aboard.
"It was cocoanuls for breakfast,
dinner and tea. Our every mess call
was cocoantits," Klliott said. "Captain
Spanigle gained 22 pounds, but the
cook wasted away. They are now in
l'anama. the captain very fat and
the cook very thin."
BERING  COO  SCARCE
BUT  PRICES  HIGH
Seattle, Sept.   4.   -Cod  were  scarce
Batteries: Walker. Ragon and Me
Carty; Marquard, Crandall and M*y
ers.
Second game:
Brooklyn  	
New Yors   	
Batteries:    Ylngllng   i
Ti  reau and Meyers.
At Bust on   The Pblladi
game postponed;  rain.
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oa
into WhatC'en
across the line bin  managed to elude1    BaTtSHESr   Geyer and Itoberts;  Mc
the officers who did  not pick  up his.Quillan,  Ilendrix and Gibson,    Simon,
trail  again  until  after the  Kamloops i Kelly.
British Schooner's Crew Have Cocoa-[jobbery,    He escaped  from  the penl-      At New York - H.    II.    B
tentiary In New Westminster and'waa Brooklvn 6     s     l
nuts Three Times a Day��� soon out of the country.    He was next  New York _���      7
heard from in connection with the job
-avaqes Burn Chip. which     landed     him   in   the   Georgia
prison.
"1 came to n small Oregon town on
the eve of Thanksgiving." be said
"with a large amount . f dual I went
Into e. More and bought a cigar ,\
nicely dressed man came in nn.l began
ordering a laige amount of groceries.
My curiosity was aroused and I Inquired for whom he was buying so many
eatables.     He stated  he  was a  mem jMcoiriiiVciri,_
ber of the relief committee of his tov n ��fl��5~    , ,C    r?^'
buying gree,:*;,,   for a dinner to thel Standing cf the Cubs.
place's poor tor Thanksgiving   I pull- -dmi   ,, > .
cd out by hag of d���s. knd *  rapping Philadelphia ki
a email amoun t. Into a  tobacco Back   ,,,_,  ''
bonded   the   remainder   over   tn   the rfa8h|neton  70
grocery roan, and said: 'Here partner. I���ca8��    liJ
tike this and give the poor people all  "OBton    64
it'll buy.' " Detroit   57
His   Last  "Trick." Sl    L��ula    411
Thnt brake Miner snd be went Into New v"'k   M
an adjoining state and held up a Btage 	
coach.     Shortly   after   that   he   Bpenl Yesterday's Games,
every cent he had  in trying to edu-      At   Philadelphia II     ll
rnte   two  young   struggling   hopefuls  Boston   s    in
whom he met in his travel Philadelphia 6    10
Ills lata rohherv was committed In      Batttrles     Leonard, Hall and Car
Oeorglaln 1910.   Hls capture came al  rlgan;  Plank, Pennock, Brown, Busch
a time when l"* was nol known to be and Scbang,
in the smth. but  was suspected of a     Second Kami \*    \\    j.;
train robbery In Ilrillsh Columbia   ll"  Boston        :,    i-     'i
was convicted through the confessions Philadelphia         2     ���>
or two novices, who had aided him In      Batteries     M seloy     Bedient "and
ithe flral train robbery in the history|Thomas;   Hcuck   Busch and I
Starting Monday
Sept. 8
Chas. E. Royal
AND  HIC   POPULAR
44
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62
71
83
80
Pet.!
.666
.696
.611 I
.608
,445
,371
.354
K
of Georgia
l>nring his long period of criminal
lOperatlnna, Miner used to boast ho
neve.* robbed the poor and needy
confining hi:- plundering lo express
companies and railroads II,. declares
he has educated over '..'"i hoys and girls ] N,.w yor|,
and set on their feet  many  men  who  Washington
At Cleveland i.
Dotroil     4
Cleveland   ::
llatteries:      I) hue    and
Gregg and O'.N'i iii.
At  Washington: i;     p
,app
il.
ll
7
McK
Royal Stock Co.
FEATURING  THAT  CLEVER  VERSATILE  ACTr.*_SS
Miss EDYTHE ELLIOT
AND A COMPANY  OF TALENTED   ARTIGTC   IN   A
OF THE GR-nATI^T  MODERN
rtoir'
Comedies and Dramas
Special Excursions
The Alaska Coast (Stewart.)
Observatory Inlet ((Jranby Hay.)
and Return.
Glacial.   Island,   Mountain   and   Forest
Scenery.
S.S. "PRINCE  RUPERT"
Aug. Sails Thursdays (Midnight) Aug.
-Ihi and -Sth.
Five     Days     including
Meals   and   Berth.
S.S   "PRINCE   GEORGE."
Sails Mondays  (Midnight),
���.'.'.lh   and   Sepi.   1.
li i's remain ::t PHINCE RUPERT one day, affording an Opportunity of Beetng tha new Grand Trunk Pacific city. Parlor room's,
separately .*r "ti suite, with or wtthoul private bath. etc.. an an nd-
dllional cost. .Staterooms en suite without eitra cost. All outside
r ��� :��� I
Through tei. ts to all Eastern points via the popular Grand Trunk
Bystem,
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C   P. *.- T   A.
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W   B,  DDPBROW, G.  A.  P.  O.
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J. H. Todd's Music House
4'9  Columbia   Street,   New   Westminster.
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VICTOH   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPH8.
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Prices: 1 Oc, 20c., 30c.
MATINF.ES  MONDAY,  THURSDAY AND CATURDAY.
Curtain Rises.  Matinee at 3:00;   Niiht at M;30.
ONr.   HOUR BEFORE EACH  PERFORM ANr~
SATUI'.'JAY  NiGHT TWO SHOWa  AT  7:15  AND 0:30.
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SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER C0.,Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce
Phones No. 7 and B77.
VICTORIAN  ORDER  OF  NUR8ES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence Y. W. C. A.        I'hone 13_4.
MATERNITY,  SURGICAL AND
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
��.-nri rues via
needed   a helping  Innd
Never Took life.
Miner waa a study in criminal psychology. A man of iron nerve and den
pet-ate Courage, he never took life In
all his wild career, not even when th"
door of liberty would have opened before him.    His course waa marked by
in  Ilering sea thin year, according to  ,inn{*. of spontaneous  kindness and  i.
Cuptaln, A, K. Matbenon, master of the  benevolence as reckless as tiin crimes
and
Swot ney
E.
[latteries:    Fisher
Gall,a, Hughes nnd Air, rm 11 h
At   St.   I.ouis: R
Chicago    *
st. Louts .,' r,
Batteries:      Russell,    Scotl     and
S.'halk;   Schwenk an.l  Alexander   Mc
Allister.
II
Vi
cod fishing -schooner Charles R. Wll
son, whlph arrived at Poulsbo from
the north yedterdav, hut since the
���departure of the Wilson from Seattle
last spring, the market for the HerlnK
Bea product has grown and the
schooner'e catch of 187,000 end Is
worth approximately ���J25.000, as murh
as the luckiest of the Bering sea fleet
tnade last season.
TIDE   TABLE���FRASER   RIVER.
For
1
the
lfltlB
7-00
l!l'4"i
f��:00
Week
1  ?<)
14:50
K,:20
3:30
0:15 15:30
9:06 4:30
15:55
5:35
1605
6:30
1�� 55
21:41
10:H
11:11
11:86
21 4 r
13:10    7:30
22:20 17:50
Tndlnn September 7.
I 4:88 12.0 11:3. 1.6
I 18:15 131
! 5-59 12.2 0:1S
| 111:45 131 12:18
I 7:01 12.2 1:00
i 19.15 13.0 13:02
!    R:06 12.1    1:44
19:46 12. H 13:41
I    9:15 11.9    2:32
2��:16 12.5 14:36
10:85 11 7 3:24
1 20:47 120 15:34
12:08 11.7    424
A little man, undersized and of sllirht
build, with grizzled pray moustache
and steely eyes, his lire story rends
stranger than fiction Ile possessed a
wonderful self-acauired education; :.
wonderful faculty r.,r studying human
nature,   and   had   n   limine,   wit   and
brain second to none. Although >���*
ceedlngly wild frnm the aga of in he
never relaxed hls attentions to religion and he wns as well versed on th"
llible "3 mi,"*** preachers. Apparently
be had a code of morals all hls own.
Universal Post.-!-,.-
The Hague. Senl   l    Th..
Hamonlary council today ue*
nter.par
<i ...
5.4
27,
4,2 Harth..i.it's Invitation on behall of th-
4 0 elty of New fork nskini; the members
g_3   or the council to )i,. tbe gueatl of the
5 f,   city  during   ils   n lines   in   America
2,7 i In 1915. Resolutions were also adopt
73 led Inviting the next peace conference
���l\- at The Hague lo provld, for lhe cIoh
g]g Ing of neutral money innrkeis to belli
2.3'gerentB and  In  favor of an  universal
rALMON  BILLIES AND
V. A. C. WILL LIKELY MEET
There  Ir everv    probability    of the
Snltnon   liellles and the V. A. C. team
clashing for the ,\i nto cup during tlv
week of the   provlncfnl   fair    At   n
meeting held 111   the  Westminster club
last evening between Mprenenta'lv^a
of the local club and President B'll'
Clark and Milton Oppenheimer, of th"
v. A. C, when the proposition wa��
broached to piny the gimes doWn-
the fair week It'wns n-ndllv approved
bv the Terminal Cltv delegate'',. It '���
understood thai the l' \. /������ i
society has practically a-jre. r| to ru:'',;
Low  Colonist Fares
On Sahi Daily, September 25 to October 10 from all
points in ihe East and Southeast to all points in the
Pacific Northwest.
Have Your Friends Come West
I      SPECIALS
via Tin*:
"MILWAUKEE"
The Only Road Operating All-Stcel Trains Between
Chicago and thc i'acific Northwest.
Two Through Trains Daily.
"The 0L7MPIAN,,��'The COLUMBIAN"
approved  tiie  acceptance  of  Richard  lacrosse  one of the features ..r    tbe
fair and Ihe action of the sp'rls com.!
mlttee will probably be confirmed at
a meeting of the soolety held this'
afiernoon.
21: _0 11.S H:M >'* tw0 c,'nl   P"8lagC-
If weather conditions arc nt nil
favorable, the members of the rtiehv
fool ball club wlll hi' out for practice
at   Queens   ,>ark   thlH  afternoon   and
cvciiitiK.
.���trie lighted, wllh  new, comfortable  tourist ears, that
rh'r antl wider bertha      Coaches.     ICxcellent   dlnftig
inealH are served   on   the   popular   p:iy-onlyIor-whi..l-
extra
ex-
' ompieteiy >���]
)��� ive longer, :
I'M.   In   whl.'
j'.u-onlur pin
Tickets prepaid  by  mall or   telegraph   without   any
penre, and If trot used money will be refunded.
Farther Information about the low  fares from the  Kant, train or
service, call on or address
H. H. STEVESTON, City Paosenger Agent.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.
5.2  Cnlurr.bla   St. New Westminster.
Bartlol Pears 	
Plums 	
Peaches 	
Cant, loupe. . neb ....
Watermelon, each ...
Malaga Orapi s. per lb.
,3 Ihs.
.2 lbs,
.11  lln.
for  'inC I
f. r 26a
for 2.">c.,
...   Hie
,,, ,60c I
....15c
What with  the harbor Improve
in.'tits, the further
DEVELOPMENT OF
the fisheries and
Aitchison's
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
surely Wesiminster is coming t<��
h.r own.
J.N. AITCHISON
Tailor to Ladles and Gentlemen.
Westminster Trust Block.
Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, eto,
W. J. RUSE
(Successor to Ayling tX Swain.)
��47 Columbia St. Phone 98.
 Preserving
Columbian College Peaches
NKW WESTMINSTER
MUSIC
Early Crawford   Freestone   Peaches
Per
Crate
$1.00
The Musical Department last, year,
under ihe leadership of MIh.i Clara
M. Hmlth, A, T. Coll. M. These are "holce, llrm peaeheH, Just
I rlghl   for pr. *,ervliin.
PIANO ,���,..	
and    MUs    Mabel    C, Winters, A, T. L,,' haV'^i'lo """ '" """' ��"*
Coll. M.,
VOICE I '''-'''"'"'"y Tops, per dozen  2fic
achieved suooess v. ry gratifying    to  K<"il K Z' J"r T"""' "cr do'<"'' "2Rc
lhe  pupils and   In the  OOllBge,     Affill
ated  with
MiihIc.
tlm    Toronto    College    of
Classes Rc-opon Sept. 9th.
Dean's Grocery
Burr Oloik.
Phone 388.
Columbia street. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
pa��i t**m
News'Sport Page That Everybody Reads
LACROSSE   :-:   CRICKET   :���:   BASEBALL   -.-.   BOXING
Another Fine Muddle
By the V.A.C. People
Vancouver Lacrosse Lcad-
trsWait Till Last Moment
to Register Kick.
���With  Armstrong Team   In  Vancouver
They   Cly  All   Playifiq   Fields
Will  Be in  Use.
The Vancouver lacrosse people are
<   rla.ul>   making one   line  muddle in
connection with the Mann cup games.
.lust when everything was going
line in arranging the games agalnsl
the challenging teams, th,- menage
in, nl of the V. A. C, yesterday wired
Jo,* Lally to the efiect ih.it Saturday,
September G and Wednesday, sepi, m
ber Hi were unmiitabl" dates owintc
to all the grounds ovei there be'uiK In
use on Saturday afternoon. Back
.lines a wire from Lally to the effect
that unless the names are played on
Iiie dales net. tin* Mann cup must be
lurned over tu the Armstrong learn
Worse Than That.
That's u nice pickle if lish for any
fan to digest, lint a worse blot was
hIiov.ii yesterday when the British
Columbia Auiateui Athletic uiiir u took
up the matter of certain technicalities
agalnal the Armstrong team, vis., that
lhey have played with and agalnsl
professionals during the summer
months and are therefore nol eligible
to play agalnsl the v. a c.
Dcn't Like Criticism.
it i*< the old old sl,ry and the
same old crowd who are running ama*
teur athletics in Vancouver. The
News has been criticised Ume and
again by lir Davidson, president of
the Vancouver branch. Milton Oppenheimer, aeoretary   of   the provincial
Im ard and also connected with the V.
\ C, for articles ihat have appeared
in ihese columns uncut the mode of
procedure made liy the Vancouver
body.
Told  Him  so.
Perhaps   Mr Oppenheimer can   re
��� II, ,t a conversation with the upon
���   editor   of  The   News  two  ��*, i*ki
-."���" :ii ion., ns park when it  was p. in'
eri .,"i ie him thai certain profeislor)
nli had been playing against Arm-
* ii ne ;n the Interli r Lacrosse 1' ague
Jusl wh-. th.. Vancouver branch of the
��� nli '* havi '."i acted befoi** this
knowing full
lhl    Ann- tr* i: ���  team
Cue  cup    is n   it*-, Bten
tion with the coming exhibition, which I
opens on September lil), wlll be I
Hcttled.
Whether or not to entertain a pro-
position io obtain the Minto cup la-
crosse games with the Irish Canadians and the Salmon liellles wlll be
one li.portaiit question to be disposed j
of.
In the event of a decision  not    ta ;
have   the   lacrosse   games   the   ques
tlon of obtaining other feature attractions In Its stead will be discussed
The chairmen of the different com
mittees will report their final arrange
ments as far as possible, and some
Interesting announcements are looked
for.
LOCAL BRANCH MELTS
the remainder of thc lacrosse season. |
Kor the past, three weeks Montrral I
and Toronto sheets have been percu- j
lating various and numerous inter- ]
views with the liig Four magnates as j
to Howard. As yet we havc failed to
miss John and latest reports show
him being very successful with a rod !
and line at different points in t'ie I
Fraser valley and thc north arm.
U.
All Delegates to B. C. A. A
in the Y. M. C. A. Building
Tonight.
During Jack Johnson's tneatrical en-
Gather  gagement   in   gay   Paree,  one  of  the
chief pastimes of the Americans wan
I to attend the show in thc hopes that
somebody would kill him.
The annual    meeting    of the   local
branch of the liritish Columbia Amateur Athletic union  will  bi
evening in the Y. M. C. A.
lng at .':iit! o'clock.   Tlle meeting car-
Following the killing cf Bull Young
In California last month It look? likely
that some of the magnates will be
forced to shed their diamonds, canes
held thia and glad rags and become regular
commenc- working men once more. That reminds us of the story emanating from
MAY BL POSTPONED
Canaidan    Championship    Meet    May
Not Be Held Until Monday Because of Rain.
Strong doubts exlBt at the present
moment as to whether Hastings park.
Vancouver, will be In lit condition to
run off the Canadian championships
scheduled to take place tomorrow
afternoon.
Yesterday a committee composed or
members of the it C, a. a. v.. including Secretary Vert, of tlle local
branch, met in Vancouver and decided
that unless weather conditions Improve it would be impossible to run
off the events before Monday afternoon.
Owing to the wet weather, the Van-
I couver exhibition will probably bc ex
: tended   until   Tuesday   of  next   week
! which  in  that event  would  allow  the
Championships to take place oii  Monday  afternoon.
A     committee     will     inspect     the
i grounds again this morning following
which an announcement will be made
of what date  the  championships   will
be run off.
Secretary Vert has requested The
News to Inform Intending competitors
to apply  to him  for tickets.
rles with it thc election of officers . Vancouver two months ago to the ef-
for the coming year, officers who will -, feet that "several of thc lacrosse
guide the destiny of all amateur i players will now have to turn In and
sports In this city and perhaps euard  work."
with  watchful eye the doings of   the i 	
Vancouver body, which to many fans ; A Cherokee Indian named Tincup.
is Inviting trouble among different who Ib a pitcher for the Philadelphia
branches of sports by Its curious and Nationals, has a bank roll of $20,000
questionable actions made during the and owns 400 acres of Oklahoma oil
past few weeks. lands.
Kvery member of the local branch.
a delegate from each organization
affiliated, is requested to be in attendance so that a full discussion may
lake place on the situation, especially
as regards to local and provincial
soccer.
The suffragette movement ia spreading. Three women now own National
league clubs, the latest being Mrs.
Locke, of the Phillies. Pretty soon we
shall hear cf another manager bein-j
canned.
.SPORT CHATTER
I By the Potter.)
Iloth Moody and    Sapperton    parks
JOE  LALLY
ITrustee of the Mann cup, who is dictating    to the  V.  A. C. as    to    what
teams   they   shall   play   against   and
I also the dates.
added to th" ninny previously laid at
the  door  if   Vancouver officials.
Cinn   Affidavits.
Armstrong   Is   in   a   territory   wblcb
the 11   C. A   A. U, have never claimed
to have jurisdiction over.    The  man
. n^er of the challenging  team  comes
through  with  the statement  that    all
hls  players    are     prepared    to    sign
affidavits to the effect that they have
never  received  money  from athletics.
What   inure  does  the   H.  C.   A.   A.   O.
want?    At this late hour It looks to I  ���
Westminster  sporting   fans  that     the Chamilonshii Camming   Race.
besl move for Vancouver to make1 Port Coquitlam, Sept. 4.-A $n0 geld
would be a graceful step down from ���iedal emblematical of the Bwinnnin-*-;
their high perch and allow the games Ichampionship of the Fraser valley
to  nrm*. id wm   -.,���   offered   by   the   Mapl-   Rldse
The   Armstrong   team   arrived   la|Agricultural   society   in   connection
Vancouver yesterday morning twenty
strong, all eager for the fray.
R. A. A I.
TO  D'-l~IDr-
ON   LACROSSE  GAME
If Irish C-anidiac Dn Not r"ome Other
Attra-tions Will  Be Sought.
One of the most Importani meetings
of the , ii cuflve   of   the   R. A. A 1
will of the Intention >,f  society will be held this Bfternoon al
with its annual exhibition on Septets
bpr 24 and 25, for tbe swimmer who
wins a rare from Langley Prairie to
Haney. across the Fraser The eham
plonship will be arranged under strictly amateur rules and promises to be-
Come an annual event.
According  to  Manager  Graham,  of
the Moose,  there will  be no baseball |
game   at   Queens   park   this  evening.
So far Bill has   heard    not   a   word
will be In use on Saturday afternoon,  about, the all-stars challenge, and    in
Thc Bankers open the season with a  local  baseball he should be    the doc-
practice game   against   a   bunch   of  tor.
scrubs,  the    event    being    listed    at   ��________���___���_____-________���________���*****'���m
Moody square, At Sapperton the
Moose aud Burnaby clash In a friendly game.
Hundreds of football fans in the
country arc gratified to learn that tbe
army and navy will light ther annual
battle at the Polo grounds, New York,
on November 'j. The baseball para
will allow 31,000 people to attend,
thus giving the army and navy relief
fund a chance to take in $24,000.
Here is thc latest. From now on
: Pacific coast steamships will be furn-
Ished With the news of the day, printed in newspaper fashion by wireless
operators on board the passenger
carrying boats. The scheme is being '
' worked out by Jack Irwin, of Titanic
fame.
Look out for a brand new hockey
team In the Westminster city amateur
league this winter. Several players
are known to have agreed to play
the new aggregation which is keeping
Ben Robb Of lb. Beavers sitting up
late at nighl with a telescope to discover new stars.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Inside Westminster Property
From $500 up
Agreements of Sale Purchased
... At Reasonable Rates and Terms ...
.
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WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONES, Managing  Director.
Columbia Street.  New Westminster, B.C.
Entire Change of Program Daily.
Proeram Today.
Kalem
"WHEN   FATE  DECREES"
Written for Kalem company by
Mary   Pickford.    Dou't  fail
to see it.
Edison   Photoplay
"HIS GREATEST VICTORY"
Drama,  by  the Edison  Players.
"THE
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LAIRD     OF
CUDDY"
McGILLI-
Songs by the Lawrence Children
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to challenge for -t o'clock In the
h inn    be   when a numbi i
elty round! chambers
ef mutters ill eonneo-
Tennis Chai-npionshioa.
Central   Park and    Burnaby    Lake
tennis cracks  will  plav  off    for    the
ehaninienship of Hnrnnbv on Saturday
afternoon at Central Park.
One has to wender Just why the
pasters papers are itoing crazy over
the report that Johnny Howard would
play  for  the   Irish  Canadians  during
White Rock
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913.
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will sell your household goods and
effects by auction. Will guarantee
to realize value or no tommission
charged. H. J. Russell, Westminster
Auction House, King's hotel block,
Columbia street. (1981)
TO RENT.
TO     RENT ��� TWO
housekeeping    rooms,
avenue.
FURNISHED
J 020    Third
(2009)
l-OR RENT���SEVEN ROOM MOD-
ern house. No. 208 Agnes street,
-.'heap rent and lease if desired.
Enquire 14 Begbie street.       (2003)
FOR SALE
FOR SALE ��� HOUSE PARTLY
finished, and large cleared lot, Edmonds. Clear deed. Cheap for
cash. Apply Owner, George Warne,
Eighteenth avenue, Edmonds.
(196S)
POR SALE���11.00 DOWN, 11.00 PER
week. Canada's Prida Malleable
Ranges; every oae guaranteed. Market square. (1983)
COURT PURVEYOR
TITLE POPULAR
LIGHTING flAMES      ���
THAT KILL TIMBER
German Police Thought Them Fraudulent, But Inquiry Showed
Otherwise.
National   Fire   Protective   Association
Doing Much to Preserve
Forests.
Toronto,  Sept.  4. --Despite the fact
that tools still leave smouldering camp j
Berlin. Sept. 4.���A strange story of
an agency for the sale and purchase of
the   title of  "court   purveyor"   cameaj (ires, that settlers are criminally care-
from  Cologne,    ln  this town  several | less in their work of clearing land, and
tradesmen have recently been greatly
BOARD AND  ROOMS.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD
ers, 716 Queens avenue. (1927)
FOUND.
FOUND���BULL TERRIER, BOX 1965
News office. (196a)
COLLECTIONS.
BAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY-
where. No collection, no charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency, 336 Hastings street west, Vancouver,  B.C. (1982)
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WILL slve deed to Rood lot and cash for
6  or 7  room modern house.
PRAIfUE FARMS wanted to exchange for
good revenue producing property.
WE   HAVK   $10,000.00   for
ments.
good    ngree-
A HOME BARC.A1N"���5-room modem
bungalow, well located, half block from
cur.    $100 cash, bi lance $25 a month.
FOUR well located lota in Burnnby to exchange for prairie farm.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE,
five minutes walk from post ofTice.
Phone  461 R. (1998)
TO RENT���ROOMING HOUSE, 18
rooms furnished, $30 per month;
and a 10 roomed house \"tti per
month. Also a general store with
post offtce, fixtures only to be
taken; immediate possession given.
Apply A. O. Marshall, South Westminster. (1999)
TO LET���A COMFORTABLE FURN-
ished  bedroom,    suitable only    for
two ladles. Apply 330 Eighth street.
(1966)
HALL AND LODGE ROOM TO RENT
in the Labor Temple. Terms reasonable. Apply D. S. Cameron, secretary, Labor Temple building.
Phone  403 R. 11984)
FURNISHED COMPLETE. HOUSE-
keeplng rooms. $16 and $18 per
month at 224 Seventh street. (1986;
LIST your property with us. We have
clients who will buy reasonable priced
propa-rty.
YOURS TRULY,
EASTMAN & COMPANY.
Phene 312.
201 Westminster Trust Building.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
puzzled by the Increase ln the number
of shopkeepers who added the distinction���"Purveyor to H. Ii. H. X���," or
even "Purveyor to II. M. Y," to the
numbers of gold letters standing on
their plate-glass shopfronts. Some considered the prolific increase as an in-
fringement of the new law dealing
with dishonorable methods of trade
competition, while others merely bemoaned the profusion of royal houses
in   Germany,   and  alBo  the   fact   that
that locomotives continue to belch j
forth sparks into tinder beds, the ,\u-
tional Fire Protective association,'
whose object it is to campaign against j
such waste and co-operate with the I
government, reports that the jbenefitsi
of the propaganda are now appar-
ent.
Take for instance British Columbia,]
the province which possesses the larg-l
est forests in Canada. In 1912 It isl
estimated as closely as such a difficult computation can be made, that'
the loss from forest fires was $300,000,
there nre quite as many more branches ]w ,_ restraining
of Kuropean royal houses who find tt      d  e(luc.ltlve  lnflut.,nce  of  organic-'
convenient. If no    Pleawnt.  to fla ter ,___ MBinno.OOO
the vanity of a shopkeeper from time h   _f provlnct,3   tjmber   W!ll)
to  time  without   too  much   regard  ��f  destroyed bv the fire fiend. Significant
tho services rendered ���,     .__     Jin view of the late holocausts among
At   last,   however     he   number   of,,he   nll|nwood   ail(1   ,lmljlT   ,,���,,���    *
these  irritating  appeals to  the,  pett. 0n _o ,
vanity of the ignorant man or woman'
'WILSONS.^
FLY PAD.
, poison y
Ask your Druggist or Grocer
to sbow you the new plan for
killing all the flics in your
house or store in one night,
and have neither flies nor fly
killers about in the daytime-^
business directory g^j. of Montreal
MUSIC.
MISS P. JACKSON, PIANOFORTE
Teacher, Terms moderate; ti'*�� lllackii*
St..   I'b.ili.   806. (2008.
MISS  ELL
Pianofor
minster.
\ r
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up)  ....$1��,000,000.00
RESERVE    ��16,000,000.00.
tliuiiclies   throughout  Canada    an-*
I Newfoundland,  and   In   London.   Eng-
laud, New York. Chicago and Spokane
 | U.S.A., und  Mezlco City.    A  general
"hARDt! TEACHER OF banking business transacted.    Letter*
Mlts. C. .'. FISHER, TEACHER OF
pianoforte, harmony and singing. Pupils miee Msfuly prepared  (or examlna-
l|.hi In It. .\   M. and It. C. M. For terrni
apply 60S Thin! avenue.         ^^
St..   New   Wi-Kt-
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
II.   J.    A.    nirilNETT.    AUDITOR
Accountant Tel. R. a**- Room I
Block.
ANI
Hail
P. II. Smith W. J. drove*
AUDITORS AND ACCOUNTANTS
Work   undertaken    In    city    and    DUtslOi
points.   211-18   Weefmlneter   Trunt   Bids
Phont)  SS4.    P. O.  Uos   607.
of Credit  Issued,  available   with  cor
respondents in all parts of the world.
Savings Hunk Department--Deposits*-
received  In  Bums  of   tl   and  upward
and Interest allowed at 3 per couL per
I annum (present rate).
j    Total Assets over $186,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
(i.  D.  HRYMNEIl,  Manager.
on shopping bent reached such proportions that something had to be
done. The pollce were called In, and
the circumstances were related to j
them, and in the course of the explanations it was said that there
might at least be some probability
that the titles were not all genuine.
The police went to work with an
energy that was only equalled by its
discretion. Those who had persuaded the police to intervene were soon
in liiph feather in learning that it was
almost proved that the flamboyant
spread of titles owed Its origin to one
man, an agent in some other town in
Germany. Satisfaction wns redoubled
when it was known that the man's
identity had been discovered and that
the police were intending an action
fir illicit commfrce in court distinctions and for forgery.
A month went by and nothing more
was heard of the action.  It now  ap-
"is not sufficiently buoyant to hold
up these people. They are infinitely
better off tilling  the  soil."
Realty Not Sacrificed
Mr. Martin himself declared tliat
the urban real estate market is quiet
but steady. Throughout tlle whole
trip west he did uot find one realty
holder who was willing to sell at a
sacrifice.
APATHY  OF CANADA
TOWARDS THE  ARMY
London, Sept. 4.���Sir William Otter,
the leading military authority in Canada, who has occupied nearly every
position of note in the country, Is
bringing  to a close nis  tour mouths'
trees led the sawmills. The rest fell
a prey to the reckless and wasteful
pears that the police had to drop all methods employed then, and still much
thought of prosecuting as the agent >" vogue by the lumbermen
satisfied them that not only were the! One obvious result is the famine
certificates    awarding    the    title    of
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 1* tx, m
2 p. m. and 11:4>.
Leaves Vancouver for SeatUe IS a. ro
and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo IS a.m
aad S :30 p.m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert
end Northern Points 10 p. m. Wednea
days  and  Saturdays  at   II   p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves   Thllllweck    7   a.  m.
Thursday und Saturday.
Tuesday
m. Monday
Leavea Westminster  i
Wedneaday and Friday.
ED. OOULET. Agent. Now Westminster
H. W. BHODIE. O. P. A.. Vanoouver.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made to the Hoard of
' icense Commissioners for the City of
N'ew Westminster at their sitting, to
be held on the 10th day of December.
IH13, or at any meeting prior thereto
that the application can be heard, for
a transfer of the license to sell liquor
by retail issued in respect of the
Occidental hotel premises, Columbia
sreet, New Westminster, B.C., from
'he holder, Michael Qowan, to Justus
Swanson and Adolf Otto Hanson.
Dated this 26th day of AugUBt, A.D.
1918.
MICHAEL  COWAN,
liDTiij License Holder.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made to thc Board
i r License Commissioners for the City
"f New Westminster at their sitting.
to be held on the 10th day of December, 1913, or at any meeting prior
thereto that the application can be
heard, for a transfer of the license to
sell ll.juor by retail issued in respect
of the Merchants Hotel, In the City
of New Westminster. B.C., fr"tn the
holders Paul Hoot and 3. A. Malm, to
the said J. A. Malm.
Dated this 20th day of August, A.D.
11113.
p, hoot.
J. A. MALM,
(IflTSl License  Holders.
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New Imported Fall Suitings now on
display. See them. Perfect fit and
workmanship guaranteed. Prices from
$18.00 ui..    701 Front Street.
"murt purveyor" perfectly genuine,
but that they were also obtained by
prices at which these certificates are
to be had as varying between $1,000
and $5,000, but the
personages granting them in this way
have been withheld.
SICKENS HIMSELF
AND WORKS CURE
Berlin   Doctor. Experiments   on    His
Own Body to Study Eeri-Beri
Disease.
Drlce of building material in Toronto
today.
Determined to stop the sinful despoliation of the magnificent forests
that clothe the I'acific slope in a ver-
n unes of royal I ****re ��^ valuable evergreens, the Douglas fir. the Kiant cedar and the redwood, the Western Forestry and Conservation association, with headquarters ln the great lumbering state of
Oregon, haa Issued some lurid literature.
Depicted In flarini red nnd black on
the back of  one    booklet   Is a  scene
I wherein,   dressed   like   the   figure   of
I death, the fire fiend sits, torch In hand,
watching  his opportunity    to    set   in
flames a  stretch  of forest.     Another
and  clever dodge   to  bring  the  facts
of fire destruction forcibly before the
public is a sheet of paper emblazoned
with   cautionary   texts.     On   one   side
Is an Illustration of a green forest, a
sawmill,   and   numerous     prosperous
  j homes.    Folding the tuper ns directed th" observer beholds a spot of red
Berlin, Sept. 4.���Dr. Max MosskOW-  Invade the picture.   Another lap over
Ski   of Berlin, who has won distinction   Shows the fiery mass spreading:  while
by   his   scientific   researches   in   New   the last scene reveals a sea of flames
Gulneafl succeeded in giving himself sweeping everything belore    it   mill,
an unmistakable case of beri-beri by   forests, nme. smiling homesteads and
living  for  138  days upon   a   diet  con I'    ���"""   "ves    wiped  out of  existflnci
sisting   almost
He   believes   his     experiment
progress tn this province.
Only Torontonians who have traveled through the back townships of
Ontario can realize the awful devastation wrought in that region by this
same destructive agency. On through
Hastings, Haliburton, Muskoka. Parry
Sound and Nipisslng, and the same
scene of fire-swept country confronts
the eye. What were magnificent green
forests of pine and hemlock thirty-
five years ago nre deserts todav. the
timber growing up being mostly
worthies poplar.
Charred and rotting logs, ghostly
ramplkcs rearlne their dead bleached
trunfls on the hill sides, with here and
there some living trees which escap-i.. ,,   ,    ,.     ,   ,, ,, ,     ...       ,
ed the general massacre, are all that   - s, _ ,  ", "o1   tl uv*
the pilgrim can see today of the for- f��r hon,e on,,Al,KUS ����� "�� W1��'���">
ests of giants which covered the whole i n,as "ever <* "I?"""'? ��"s view that
countrv.    Not one in hundreds of such i th����� *** much ,""uh>'   " * ?��ada over
military matters and that there is not
likely to be a change until some national crisis arises. It is the mothers
in the Dominion who are said to be
the chief opponents of the army there
as they hold the view which still, to
Feme extent, though not so much as
formerly, lingers on amongst women
here, that the soldier is a drunken
loafer, and that the association of
their sons is the first step on the
downward path. Hence it is not sur
prising that the establishment in Can
ada is about thirty per cent, above
the actual strength. Here also the
employers are not too sympathetic
towards the movement, and this also
counts.
P.O. Box 34
J. T.  BURNETT'S  PRINT  SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
forests, eame
Ives���
exclusively  oT'hylfed | through carelesn:>
rice.      He   believes   his
I support,  the   theory   formerly
him. tha
held  by
beri-beri is a disease induc-
of all kinds.
Prices right.   Satisfaction guaranteed
59 McKenzie 8t
DaMy News Bldg led by certain foods and not due
j infection of any kind from without, ar
I has been maintained hy many investi-
j gators.
Dr.   Morzkowski.   who   In   1911   ad-
| vance.l   his  theory  in  im  address  be
TIGHT MONEY HAS
HELPED PRAIRIES
Westminster
Transfer Co.!
Office  Phone 185.      Barn Phons IS? I
Begble Street
Baggage Deliver��-*! Promptly to
any psrt of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
i-ITV   -IF NPW WFfiTMINRTFU. B.C
Easterners     Believe     It   Has     Drive
dcata   From  the   Realty
Business
Wi
I
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHAT
TEL MORTGAGE.
Under n'l.l by vlrti t :. .'b.o,| Mortgage Anted Uv ir.u, dav <,i July, wn
snd  ui'iib- bv .1   I'rioit'  Blnlr In fnv.ir n'
the undersigned, tl" l>**-si.;e"i -'II s.-il
nl public en.llun ,iii Men.lav. t>i" Mil dnv
,.f p.?,t,-aiti.- ii.vt. nt   the hour    "f    ll
alVlnrk In the f-ir.-nntill. it ���������" i'**ti"-:i1
I'ttfe. Cnliimtll.i s'r,.(-t. in fi'" fit" nf New
"Va.��tn.|.a���l. -.      It.',.     !*���*     ''.llr.wl.v;     gOOtlS
nnd chattels oovered by tie* suld Chattel
SlortKiiK":
'_:!  slnn\e.
41 chairs.
��  table".
Plates, knives and forks, groceries nnd
-il ..tu. ��� ,.������,��� ���,.-��� in iho buiidiuk, known
t-. Ui,. "Central Cafe."
"������ted this -it!' .lav of September, A.u.
tan.
EDMUND   <'    fRxilSB.
THOMA8 rni*:i:.MAN.
(3011)
A-tlCNMrTNT CALC.
'1','iifi"-** e- Invited "p ' ' and Including
s.-pt. *.''iiii fm sal,- n* grocery business
. tnslsiiu-^ "' stock, iuriiltii'*.*. building 'tnd
oi-N'ttv eltuAted in Rfit'th Wi ������i*i,!ii.U'-r
, i' lately operated by Hlmon Svendsen
Applj
';;:!,l.Y-li lUGIaAfl C_  LTD.,
< _01 -' i ;���.. ����� Westmlnstel
CORPOI1ATION OF BURNABY.
Notice.
The statutory nn'-ttng I ( the Hoard
ft License Commissioners will be held
: I the municipal hall on Wednesday,
Oeptember io, at 10 o'clock In the
f tronoon,
AHTHUR 0. MOOT".
.4-002)       Clerk to the Ccmmis.'ilciKri.
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones: Office 53.  Residence 429
JOHN  KKII),  Proprietor.
GENERAL MACHINE WORK,
.fore  the   llerlin   Medical  society,   re-
i ported nt the society's last meetln."
tha results of the experiment which
he  has  just   flnished.    After   a   few
j weeks of hulled rice diet  the  nervous
[disturbances accompanying beri-beri
appeared and the ease was then .IIok
I nose.l as beri-beri bv Ur. Bchuffner j
the noted authority In this line. The Toronto. Sept. 4.-The stringency <:.'
ivnleal dropsical affection of the the Canadian money market has
skin followed, with soreness of eer brought about untold good in the
tain groups of muscles, stomachic dls-   prairie provinces, because it has Bent
jturbaiires and eventually the typical men back to the farm; lt has number
dangerous Irregularities of the heart ed the wild eut speculators with the
action. "hash.���( ns."   and   It   has   engendered
Dr Moszkowski 'hen treated him- the tendency of Investment in farm
self with Injections of an extract pre lands rather thnn in city lots miles
pared from rice hulls He recovered from anv particular western hub ol
rapidly and is now quite well, In- commerce Such Is the opinion of
Jecttonsof this extract also cured pig-  mluiy ,.*,v hun.ness men who havs re
af
hulled
| eons and hens which  had bet
Ifectod  with  berl-berl  after
rice   diet.
llr   Moszkowski  believes  the hulled
] rice  contains  a   poisonous  substance
ENGINEERING  AND j which   Is  neutral'/ed   when   tli"   built
BLACK8MITHING. j nlso are eaten,   Furthermore, the fncl
Agents      Palmer      Pros.'    Onsollne! ,h!"   ,hl��  I*i''"n*>"'r'"iK  content   of   the
Engines,   Marine   Engines   and   Auto
mobile  ilepuirs.
Office and Works:  Tenth 8t.
P.O. Box 474.    New Westminster, B.C
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re  Lota (O'i. COS,  604.  ��..(,,  GOO.  B2'J    r*J2
fi'J4.   88S,   SL'li,   627.   6:1.   DID,  ��3li    G.11
of   laot   :*.*!.   Or.iup   1.   Map   114.   |n   th..
iilHtriet   of   New   Westminster,   l'ort
IfiLtnmoriil   Junction.
Whereas proof of the Inns ot certificate
of  tide  Nwuber   )2liif,   l*\  Issued  in  the
name of  BJdwln  O.  Blmmonda ims  ix-.-n
filed    I"    this   offl.a-.
Notloe Is hereby given that I shall, al
the expiration of one month from the
duto of the firm publication hereof, in
i. dally newspaper published in tin- ritv
of Now Westminster, Ihsii.* n duplicate
of the wild Certificate, unless in tbe meantime valid objeotfon be made io rn.- iu
willing.
J   C   OWYNN,
District  Registrar of Titles.
I^tn.I H-atflstry Office, Now W.nlinlns-
ter.   Rl.',   _n.l  August.   1913. (1S4T.)
cenily toured the Canadian west to
use,*n.iin fi i* themselves tba real con
dition ol affairs out there.
Missis   Ii.    M.   Martin      and   T,   A
Neely are tho latest prominent To
ronto business men to express them-
selves iii tins r"gard. Th.y have jusl
returned from an extensive tri|
Ihrough Manitoba, Kuskalehewan and
Alberta going us far north as trans-
portation  fai lltlci would  permit, re
1_______.!_.  turning by way of tin
cltle railway, thus getting ix, first hand
l| CARELESS SMOKER CAUSE*: knowledge of lhe extensiv-f live sloe't
HEAVY LOSS TO FARMEP   anas and  cereal  belts.
  "Ves,   we  found  things  better than
Bellevue, Bepl 4.���A cigarette Our we expected," declared Mr. Martin
was carelessly being smoked by one "Conditions generally ore favorable,
of the men assisting iii the season's The answer to be obtained from all
tbre. blng is said to have been the subs and In all commercial circles
cause of a disastrous rire n quarter Is thai everything Ib In good shape
of a mi'' west of I-'rutikfonl     As    a   and  healthy,*.'
rice lies entirely In the hull probably
is of Importance lie believes thai
berl-berl has a distinct relationship to
icurvy and rickets.
The
World's Remedy
You make no risky experiment
when you use occasionally���
whenever thero is need���the
most universally popular home
remedy known,���Beecham's
Pills, which have stood the
test of time with absolute success and their world-wide fame
rests securely cn proved merit.
mutfs
PILLS
relieve thc numerous ailments
c-iused by defective action of
the stomach, liver, kidneys
and bowels. Cleansing the
systern, they purify the blood
and tone body, brain and
nerves. Beecham's Pills act
quickly; they are always
safe and reliable, and you
may   depend   upon   it   they
WiU Benefit You
Sotd ***ry*tlimr..   In bosm, 25 raant*.
n����--o�������Mpeciadlr  ...ry vomao    ikouU
t..i tka direction* wi'.S ea-era- bos.
FRATERNAL.
NKW WESTMINSTER LOUIIK NO t
B. A P. O. of Kike of the l>. of C, mee
the flret und third Thursday ut 8 p. in.
K. of P. Hall, Eighth Street A Welb
Gray. Exalted Ruler; P. H. Smith, See
retary.
3YNOP8I8   OK   COAI.   MININO   HI
UUIaATIUNS.
COAL MININO rights of the Domlolo.
M;lljlt.n��i��.   .Su.aK.it, im w.u,   und   Ajljaaru
lie   Ilia.in  Territory,   thn  Northwest Tei
j    I,'-     ��� ,an,',i     an,
Canadian   Pfl  I rttoriSS end tu u portion of thu Proybic
if  Hi li Ish I'.iluml.lu. muy be IceHed for i
result, '.ne fine, large three-story bam
of   l/coriard   Klne.   his   season's   crop
of  grain  and  hay.  and  the
separator  and   water   tank
to Court Hmlth. of Ktockdnle, are now
a heap of ashes.
Mr. Smith was engaged in doing
the season's threshing for .Mr. Sine
and   had   lhe   Job     nearly     completed
A   Uniform  Crop
Winn   the   party   left   the   west   for
threshing   Toronto just about a third of the crop
belonging I was In th.. stook.   "We estlinale that
a uniform crop Vvill be cut," continued   Mr    Martin.     "I   emphasize   lhe
statement   that  lhe rrnn   wlll  be uniform,   because   111   all   onr   I ravels   we
did not sirlke ureas where the grow-
HERBERTR VIDAL &C0.
_V^RS  -
STORAGE
when the fire suddenly broke out. and ! ers   were   over sanguine   frith  the
the   meu   barely   hnd   lime   to   escape : peetatlona of u bumper erop, or when
from  the building  with their  lives.
term uf twenty-one yn-is st an annus
rental of $1 wi afire, Not nHii*. than Zl*
.le.ten will be hsLB'id to em* uppllcur-at.
Aj'Plirutlun for a l'v'iaa. mu*t be in��_
by Uie applicant In peraon lo lhe Ager.
or Hub-Agent of the district In whicb a
righta applied for are eltuated.
In surveyed territory the lun.1 must b
d<acrlba-a by aeauloun, or legal mjb-dlvi
���Ions of aectlona and In unmm.'yed tm
ritory the tract applied for shall ta
���tajted out by the applicant himself.
ilioa-tl ,-1  muat be uecompanle.
Kach
by a fee oi
It v.ulch will be refunded I
the growers were moaning that their eurfaoo rights ma:
the righta appilwl for are not nvnllaMr
but not otberwIiMi, A royalty ahall tx
paid on the merahantable output of th
mine ut Uie rnte nf five cents per ton.
Tlie person oi-airaltiig tie- mln-' aliol
fumlsh the Agent with awem return,
accounting for U.e full quantity of mer
ebuntiible eeal mined end pav the roy
alty Ihenmn. If the coal mining right
un. not being operated aueh returns ahnufc
be furnished at  least  once u  yenr.
The lease wlll Include the coal mlnlni
righta only, Imt tho leasee wlll be per
mltted   to    purchase    whatnver   uvi.lluhh
uy  be considered  neeaia
Mrs.   Sine  wus  the  heroine  "f  tha ! crops hud  totally failed."    He fleel ir l"*^ f9'.8P working of the mine at Uu
occasion, With great presence of led thai wheat and barley utanfl first
mind and nt greal risk to her life she | In the cliolco of seed Cereal*! bv lhe
ran Into the   basement    where    the |homesteaders,    "Wheat   Is  average,"
said   he.  "but   barley   Is  pood.    <)������!:
���re good generally, lint a Utile ll/.-hlo:
horses were lied. She unloosed them
all and wielded a dub and drove thom
out.
Mr.    Slne'n    l.,ss    v. ill     in-    heavy,
imt is partially covered hv Insurance.
Tlle barn was comparatively new and
constructed with basoment  and  two
stories above. The loss on building
and contents will exceed $���1000. Mr.
Smith's thrashing outfit was uninsured and wlll therefore be to blm nn
entire  loss.
In Saskatchewan   thin   year,   aa   compared  with  last  year's crop."
Another notable feature In western
conditions is the fact that number*
of homesteaders who had mortgaged
their farms and removed to the eltiei
or towns  to deal in urban  lots, have
returned  to  tlieir "first   love I'lm
money    market,"    declared    attOthpr
business mHn wllh hold'iig-i ou'. west,
rale of IIO an acre.
Kor full Inforioatlon application ehsuU
be made to the B.-cretar/ of the Imparl
ment of the Interior, Ottawa, or to anj
Agent or Hub-Agent of  Dominion  Ijtnde
W, W. OORT,
Deputy Minister iit the Interior.
N. B.���Unaullin^c-d publication of this
advertisement will not be paid for.
L. O. O. M., NO. 854.���MKBTS Oh
first. Becond. third and fourth Wtslnca
day ln each inonth at 8 p. in.
In the Mooee Home. H. J. Ijuiiij
dictator; P, K. Jonea. sseretai?
Hoidquarters of lod��a> In See Ileum
corner of Fourth and Carnarvon mrwi��
I. O. O. F. AMITT LODOB NO. 17��� Tli
regular meeting of Amity lodge N.
27. I. O. O. F.. la beld every Monde
night at I o'clock In Odd Fellows' Hul
corner Carnarvon and Klghth ttrrmV
Visiting bretbern cordially Invite.
It. A. Merrlthew, NO.: H. w, Bangster,
V. Q.;  W. C. Coatham.   P. O.  r r
Ing eecretilrv- J.  W.  l&SODonald, financial secretary.
SADIE FRASER
Mus. Bac.
Cln.lnn,  Pianc,  Theory.
For Terms'and  llour-i  Apply ut
Studio,  1011   Hamilton  Ctreet.    Phone
1319 R. I1S-77)
FIRST SHOWING OF
FALL GOODS.
Call and inspect our fall
lines and new fall styles and
place your order now.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and aMen's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
W E. KALB����� Pioneer -funeral Dlrecto
and Brabalmer, HI-SIS Agnes street
opposn�� Carnegie Library.
ll.
I/,Is K nnd  U ef l."t  i, aud lots l.  2.
.',   I,   'I. :o. 26, nt IaiI I. siitKjMsuuia
of   Lot   C.   Suburban   He-k   4.   Ill   thu
'        city <>( N.w* Westminster
8.   BOWEM,   (8UCCHB80B   to   CBN  I    Whereas |.i..<.( .'f Hi" !.����������> of Csrtitleat*
ter * Hanna. Ltd.)��� Funeral dlrrrtor   of TitleKumb-sr miP. bwied m UwsnMj;
and embalmera    Parlors 408 Celumbp   of   Lachlail   McQuarrie   baa  been  (lied  li>
streeL    New  WestmlMtar.    Phone til    (lil* office .,,,,,,.
Nutiee is hereby given tbnt I snail, nt
_________________���_,__________-__--���_������   the expiration ��.f one month frum th.* .Lite
!.,f the rirsi publication hereof. In a daily
BOARD OF   TRADE. j newspaper published in  lha City of Nea��
Weatmlnater, isnue a flnpiteste of ite- hhi.i
BOARD OF TRADBJ���NKW WKHTMIN
ater Board ot Trade meets In tbe haan
wu, City Halt aa follows: Third Fr!
���day of each month, quarterly meetlu
on the third JMdar of February. May
Auguat and November at 8 u.m. Ao
nual meetings on tha third V'rtday o-
February. U H. Btuart Wada tax-re
tary.
Certificate   uiil*-*-*. in  the meantime valid?
Objection ba- nmda- 1.' ne* tn  wrttinK.
J   C   OWYNN.
Dtetrlal Rerletrar of Tiila-n.
Land  Registry  Office,  N'<*w  w^imliia-
t,.r   lie    18th August  I'l-'t il��13l
PUBLIC   STENOORAPHEH.
SPECIFICATIONS. AGREEMENTS Ol
Kale. De-eda Business Lettrre. etc . clr
cubir werk epedallst. All work atrlctl)
oanCdenllal. II. Barry, room 411 Weet
minster Truat Blk.    Phone 701.
STANDARD
TRADING
LIMITED.
COMPANY,
TAKE   NOTICE,   iHirsui.nl   l.i  section
of ihe "Companies Act." Hi..' ihe sbt
naiii.il  coiulMin*,   li '.-nils,  one  I
ilu, .la's- bereof, i�� apply t<�� t|i
of   J.ilnt-SI.'ik   CotlitaillleN    to   cli.ir.k*.   Its
num-   ti,   "siiiiiii.ird   Discount Company,
Limited.
C"   B. CAMPBELL,
Seers tary
lii.te,]  ni  New  Westminster,  li.''.  Hits
thirtieth .lav uf July,   1:. 13. ilkTei
CANADIAN PACIf IC
RAILWAY CO.
(inly another month to net summer
louriKt tieketH ai reduced ratea. Observation, tourist nnd (llninK cars on
nil   through   tin.ns.     For   reservation:!
nib after   an,| rates a],eh  lo
Reslstra"
E. GOUI.ET, Agent.
New  Westminster
11.  W. BHODIR. 0.  P.  A.. Vsncouver.
ss*
mm*.
m
THE DOMINION BANK
*\*P
siacoaui-ao a. OSUtS M.e, prisidcnt.
C. A. COGERT, General Manager,
W. D   IMTTMiWS. VKJI-eeiSiOlliT.
Capital paid up
Reserve Fund
Total Aaifti    ,
$&.000.000
$6,000,000
$70,000,000
Savings Accounts
may be opened In the ntir.e of Iwo individuals so that either one
can withdraw and deposit money therein.
This form of account Is especially convenient ior a man and wile
cr two members ol a family.
NEW WMTMINSTER BHANCH :    Q,  H.  MATHEW30N,  Mim-i-jir,
RACING
BRITISH COLUMBIA THOROUGHBRED
ASSOCIATION
SUMMER SEASON AT MINORU PARK
SEVEN RACES DAILY
Fast Passenger Train Service by B. C. Electric
Greatest Meeting in History uf Northwest
550-Ihroughbreds in Action-550
White Rock
"The Playground of B. C."
White, Shiles & Co., ?.lt' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE   ������VIN
NEVER AGAIN will the people of Westminster and vicinity have such an opportunity to buy such clean, snappy merchandise at such  money saving prices.    A
positive declaration of relentless war on prices of our entire stock.   Not simply a
"sale," but an absolute sacrifice and a complete riddance of every article in the entire store, all consideration of profit overlooked and no price will be considered too low in forcing out everything.   All those
who have attended this sale will agree that the bargains are the greatest ever offered in this part of the
country.    Quality is the keynote of ths sale.
Prices that will make you sit up and take notice
LACELLE
The World's Greatest Priee Cutter.
Toques, all Btyles and colors,
vain, .-i to 76c.
SALE PRICE
35c
inr.        Handkerchiefs,        bent
.bite   and   colors   regular   lne.
SALE  PRICE
31/3C
Ladles'   hosiery,   both   black
and   white,   values  to  50  cants.
Women's all  wool  underwear,
all styli .-���:   valui .*���  to fit) 1
SALE PRICE
85c
Children's    hats    and    capa;
values to 12.5b.
SALE PRICE
5c
SALE  PRICE
15c
Si.Tr, Perrln's gloves, u'.i colon
.mil  sizes.
SALE  PRICE
85c
All Children's wool underwear
Half Price
Art   Cushion   Tops;   values   to
11.60
llerlin Wools, all colors; regular lho.
SALE PRICE
5c
Ladles' Neckwear, including
Jabots and Ruffles; values to
|1.60.
SALE PRICE
10c
f
.
Ladies,  Wrappers and  House
Dresses;   values  to  $2,50.
SALE PRICE
85c
SALE PRICE
35c
Children's  Straw   Ham, extra
special bargains; values to 12. jn.
SALE  PRICE
69c
White nid c dore.I waists and
Blouses, all of the latest Btyles
ami models; values to 12.60,
SALE  PRICE
98c
To the first 25 ladies to enter the store
Saturday morning we will give absolutely
free of charge very pretty tea and full
length aprons, values to S2.00. You don't
,,  ,.   ... , ,      . ...       ��� have to buv anything; all vou have to do
Muslin   Waists   and   Mouses,I    . , mi      ��i     _   _-'i    i.
aii Btyies; vaiuea to ��i.5o.       I is to be one of the first 2o ladies to enter
39 cl ^e store-
Silk and Satin    Ribbons,    all
Blzes and colors;  values to 15c.
SALE PRICE
5c
50c.   Cushion    Cords,
all colors,
SALE PRICE       15C
Ladies'    TJnderveBts
from 25c. to 45c.
values
SALE PRICE      15C
Children's School DresBeB, a
very large selection; values to
$4.00
SALE PRICE      98C
Ladies   Wash   Skirts',   values
to %5M.
SALE PRICE
I SALE PRICE
95c
THE   BOX   SALE
Over 4000 boxes have been sold since last Saturday. I have prepared 1000 boxes that
will go on sale Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. They contain Waists, Blouses, Skirts,
Dresses, Muslinwear, Novelties, Art Goods, Gloves,  Hosiery,  Underwear  and  many
other useful articles with values from      50c to $5.00 for 25c Der Ctl3l1C6
White and Colored Waists and
blouses, all the latest styles;
values to $4.50
SALE PRICE
2.69
Ladies' Silk and Lisle Hosiery, both In black and lace;
75c   values.
Ladies'  Muslin Combinations,
very good values at $3.50.
SALE PRICE  1.25
Ladles'    House    and    Street
Dresses  of  ginghams and  madras;  $5.00 values.
SALE PRICE  2.45
SALE PRICE
35c
All Art Goods and Novelties.
Half Price
Mrs. A. J. Birtch JJB
White and colored blouses, all
the latest styles aud models;
values to (3.50.
SALE PRICE   1.95
Whitehouse        Doors Open 9 a.m. Daily
JUDGMENT IN B.C.E.R.
POINT GREY CASE
Full  Text of  Important  Privy  Council
Decision   in   Prolonged   Lenal
Hearlnn.
��� question for decision Is
Kini  ruction of the agree*
': ie 'nil text of the Judgment of the
prlvj   council  with  raferenoe  to the ��� ���rneouvcr
Point Grey train agreement has
cently been received In the city
view of the many discussions at pub
ii. meetings on this question and the
v .de Intereat taken In the matter, the
Judgment Is given in full as follow.-.:
The Judoment.
Judgment nf the lords of the Judicial
Cl niiiiiiiie of th" privy ���council on the
two consolidated appeals of the " '"
ish Columbia Electric Railway c
pany, limited, vb. W. k Stewart
< 'hers, from the con*"; of appenl for
llrltlHh Co'tlPlhla (I* C, Appeil No. '_���)
of 1012); delivered the ' .'Ird luly
Present  nl the hen'!nr*    Thr
("i ineel'* r, Lord Dwied'-I   Lord Mltin-
><i',   I .*-t| Shaw, I "rd ' 'Hilton. Illellv-
. red i y l/frii Atkins' ni
These era anpp.'i by special leave
li* in I" i or.'' rn ��� ' the court of appeals
111
llrit-
ii nd
191''.
t -rd
bla.    The sol,
whether Ihls 	
ment if right.
Recital of Facts.
The facts so far ub material to the
decision are as follows: Some distance to the southeast of the city of
In liritish Columbia, Is Bit-
u.re on the Kraser river the city of
\. \v West minster. To the west of the
form, r city, at the extreme end of the
promontory which forms the southern
bi undary of KngiiHh Bay, is situate tho
municipality of Point Orey.
Th" appellant company waa Incorporated by llm Consolidated Hallway
anil Light Companies nct of IK',14 and
r.lven powers to acquire the fran-
i hires, rights, properties, and prlvll-
cfses of otlur companies. In exercise
of theae powers It acquired by pur-
. base the property, rights, powers and
privileges of three companies, namely,
ih" New Westminster and Vancouver
Tramway company, thn Vancouver
Klectric Railway and Light company,
"mltrd. nnd the North Vancouver
Electric  compnny.     In  the  year   ISM
nn act (Statutes of British Columbia
1886 Cr. BB) was passed to amend this
Hill ish Cole-ihls. *\n"*A the 80th of I act of 1K1I4, to oliiinitp the name of the
1'iu, snd 15th of Decern-1 appellant  company  into thnt  of the
Consolidated Hallway company, to cm-
laava | llrm these purchases and to vest In the
eolith.
������*. inn
Ily   lh.
��� pectlvely
first   of  th"
ord"
��. is refused to th" liritish C >lumbln
l".'t-!.' iti.liw.'iv Company, Limited,
-styled In the case ns thn appellant
company, to bn added as parties In an
appeal then n"tidlng In the court of
appeal In which four electors nf the
municipality of Point flrcy In British
Columbia were impellent*, and the
oorpcratlnn of Pqtnt Orey were re-
Bnonil"tila, end to Intervene nnd pros-
I appellant oompany under its new name
| all the property, rights, privileges,
powers and franchises of the three
a'ore si Id companicH. This statute, In
���dtlltlon   hv ItB 88rd, 89th, 41st, 52nd.
. 53rd and 54th sections enacted, as far
|as I" material, ns follows:
"S. 88. The company Ih hereby authorized and empowered to construct,
maintain complete, antl operate a sln-
irle or double track street railway,
or railway, wllh all  neces-
and water pipes In thc said streets and
bighwaya, the location of the railway.
and the particular streets along which
the sane shall bq laid, the pattern of
ralla. the time and speed of running
the can*, the amount of fares to be
paid by passengers, tne time in which
llie woiks are to be commenced, the
manner of proceeding with the same,
and tlm time for completion, and gen-
erally for the safety and convenience
of pasengers, the conduct of the agents
and servants of the company, and the
ncn obstructing of thc ordinary traf-
ti ������'
"a)l, The company shall have full
power nn.l authority to use and occupy
anv, and such parts of any, Btreets
and ro.-i.is and highways ss may be required for the purpoae of its railway
track, the laying of the rails and the
running of Its cars: Provided always,
that the consent of the council of any
municipality; when within such municipality, and of the chief commissioner of lands nnd works for the time
help? of the province of British Columbia, when the street*, roads, and
highways are nnt within a municipality, respectively, shall be flrst had and
obtained, who are hereby respectively
authoriied to grant permission to the
companv tn construct its railway as
aforesaid within their respective limits across and along, antl to line nnd to
O-CCUp, tiie said streets or highways, nr
any pnrt of them, for the purpoae.
upon nuch conditions as to plan of
construction, nnd for such period Or|nlcipnlll
period! ns may be respectively agreed
upon between the company and such
Council or the chief commlBBloner of
lauds and works aforesaid.
"S 52. The company shall have the
power to enter Into and conclude any
agreement with any other tramway or
railway company, or any corporation.
for leasing or selling to them the property, real or personal, rights, eon-
, tracts, privileges, powers, and franchisees of the company, or any part
! thereof, or for the working (ir man
l aging of
railways should bc laid, and It would
appear to their lordships that the
construction of theBe ambiguous sections which would confer this power
up. ti them, Bhould. If possible, be preferred. They think it is possible, and
that tlle sections can. without doing
any violence to their language, be so
interpreted. The learned chief justice, apparently, held that the statute
only authorised tha company to construct lines of railway inthose districts adjacent to one or other of the
two cities which lay between those
cities, ills words as reported are: ',
"The same section  (i. e. section 33) !
alBo confers upon the respondents contrary a municipal council shall not
power to construct and operate tram-1 have the power to grant to any per-
ways In tbe districts adjacent to the * Rr,n or corporation any particular prlv-
sn!il cities, but does net expressly con-1 jiege or immunity or exemption from
fer any righta to construct its lines jthe ordinary jurisdiction of the former tlie streets and highways of such j poratlon, or to grant any charter be-
adjacent difitilcts other than such as;.towing a right, franchise, or privilege
lieges already conferred upon it by. rent upon sueh conditions as to plan of I Btreets. thus giving them a kind of
the legislature. construction  and   for such  period  or ��� preference over competitors, should an
It was not as their lordships under-   neriodh as might be agreed  between I , .    . , . _   a.���
StawTeontended that a by-law mere- , thetn. It further recites that the cor- | expansion of the railway Bystem be
ly expressing the consent of the cor- poratlon had requested the company j determined upon. This may or may not
poratlon to the construction by the to construct and operate an electric j be a prduent bargain for the corpor-
compauy of a railway or tramway over, street car system within the district, ation to make lt may enable the com-
the particular streets or highways in;of   Point   Orey.   which   the    company .      ---  _,_.,a  ���_i-_ _-a  ���-.,�����*���,_
I'oint. Grey selected by the corpora- have expressed their willingness toiPan> t0 earn great galns and profttS
tlon itself, and nothing more would, do on the terms and conditions there-1 by tiie exreise of its statutory powers
under the provision of the 6tth sec- , inafter stated, and then proceeds to | and privileges, but neither the court of
tion of the Municipal Clauses act.! provide that the council in exercise of: appea| nor their lordships have any
1886, require the approval nf the elec- , the powers conferred  upon  it by the. __��� ���.,,., _���_K __������.    Th_ ...ala.
tors.    That   section  runs  thus: | statute of 1896 consents to  the com-1 concern wltn 8uch matter8'   The 8��le
pany's constructing and for a period j question for their decision is the valid-
of 40 years from the date of the execu-1 Ity of the by-law In point o flaw. By
tion and delivery of the indenture, j the 39th article of the agreement it la
operating an electric street railway or j , .lded ,hat ,t 8hal, ��� , be
tramway of the kind therein described \     *���       ' '
on  the terms therein mentioned, the I taken   or   construed so as to confer
Municipal Rights.
"Notwitnstanning    any   Law   to  the .
lie between the limits of the said
two cities. The rights given over
streets or highways by the said sec-
lion are confined to the said cities and
to streets lying between them."
Their lordships cannot adopt this
view, as they understand it. They
think. ��h has already been Indicated,
that where the lines of railway are
Constructed in districts adjacent ta
either of the cities, though not lying
between them, and are laid along or
across the roads, streets or Highways,
Bltti.ate within the limits of a munlcl
pallty, the governing body of thnt mu
or give arv bonus or exemption from
any tax, rate or rent, or remit any tax
or rate levied or rent chargeable unless the Fame Is embodied in a bylaw which, before the final passage
thereof, has been submitted to the
electors of the municipality who are
entitled to vote upon a by-law to contract a debt, and which has received
the assent of not less than three-fifths
In number of the electors who Bhall
vol" upon such by-law. Any such bylaw which dots not receive the assent
of the electors as aforesaid shall not
he valid."
Intention being that they should con
fer upon the company the consent of
the corporation to use the said streets
and no other Interest therein. These
terms are on the whole in their effect
very' onerous on the company.
Presents Alternative.
The portion of Article 31 of the
agreement which is relevant runs
thus:
"31. In the event of the corporation or any other person or persons or
body or bodies corporate proposing or
being desirous of constructing a street
railway or street railways ony any of
the Btreets within Point Carey other
than those upon which the company
fhal! have constructed a street  rall-
h've vested In them all Ihei It waa. however, decided by the j way or have a street railway In course
power! "or 'err' '1 by these sections. In I court of appeal that the corporation of construction In accordance with the
thrt l.hnl.'. upas municipal authorl- had by the Hist clause of an agree- provisions herein contained, the com-
tlc. I ment In writing entered Into between
Tba gcver'.ng body concerned in ! them nnd the company oa the IOU) of
the present cise Is the corporation of ISeptember, mm, touching the con-
Pcltit Orey, and the lines of railway  rtructlon   by   the   company   of   their
tramway or railway upon certain spec-
fled   streets   In   the   municipality  of
with wb'cb the ense is conversant are
admittedly laid along streets and highways within that municipality.
In their lordships' view the effect
Of section 33 in to confer upon nnd
v��Bt ln the appellant company every
pany shall be requested In writing to
bul'd such desired or proposed railway
and operate the same upon the terms
and conditions In this agreement contained, and the company Bhalt within
(BO! days thereafter notify   the   cor-
Polnt Qrey, done or attempted to do j poratlon  whether    It    ls  willing    to
an  nct  prohibited  by    this    section, | build and operate sueh street railway.
and in the event of the, company refusing or neglecting within sixty (60)
dav. from such request to signify its
willingness  to build  and  oporato on
ecnte tha same.
Iiv  lhe r.ccritid  Ihe court of appeal i trnmwn
"I', w-rt an anneal against sn order of  sary  switches, side tracks  and  turn
'" r    lust c"  Vorr son. dated  the 27th   outs, and all other requisite appliances
.-ehr��"rvinil.isnd decided that a eer- lit.   connection   therewith,   upon    and
lain   by-law   passed   on   the   lflt'i     ""' ""
s
of Ialong such streets within the cities of
the miinlclps'ltv.
Hi.ee Hiieelel \*-*>* tn anpenl wns
'btnlned n ��"W I'v-'nw. In pn-l'-llv
th" nntne eff""t BS the tlrst, has
nasrr-l bv tba enrnorntion
flrev submitted 1�� n 1'��" nf ,nP p,,'c'
ters. nnd nnn-oved bv them, hut upon
the terms th��l the right nf the en��el.
latlt   eot".aatlV
t'-lnt
ways    and    for
nny munlclpal-
 ^^^^^^^^^ or  them  wllh
railway e- railways, between the a.iidj"nwrr ami heat, snd any such conation of Vancou'er nnd New West- j"""", "l"1" DO valid and binding for
mln.ter. nnd In the districts p.dlacent Jthl' ",rm <,f V���" thereby agreed up-
tn the snld cltleR. nnd over and upon n" on the company ami any such per-
Biirh  lnnds as the companv nmy ac- \ ^n �� poroons, nr any  municipality,
tn pr'>��eoute the sn"i"al��
ilrn. and alone such  rnad rr rends
between  the Il-e-'t.  ef the said  cities
s may he speelfled hy nnv municipal
whlah  tbev  h'd 'obtain!  ..pedal  leave   ity through  which  the ..ma may he
,, ���,tj1 riMBVI nol be thereby af.  cn- r-Mrd ^
r >���. ,?'"  ';l. "L\\\Zrr��� on  the LlHv  in the province of British Co-
ML"1-*: aSWSiiMftS i"their Lmhln  andt  he company .ro herehy
'���earing nf the nppenls hefore their
Inrdnhlp*. Th" ntrtlOUlsr fenttire nf
thn liv-law which. It was contended,
necessitated its submission to the einc-'i
tors fnr their npnmvai was this, thnt
It, In effect, granted by charter to the
appellant, companv "a right, franchise
or privilege" within the meaning of
1h<a 04th section of the MuiiMpul
<'lapses act, 1898, of British Colum-
renp"ctively authorized, subject to the
provision of this net, te make nnd tn
nrtrr into anv agreement or covenant
rebtlne to the construction of tho
raid rnllwsv for the psvlng. macadam-
iTilrifc. repairing and prndlng of the
streets or highways, and the contraction,  opening  of,   and  repairing    of
agreement shall be approved of bv limits of the municipality of Point
two-thirds in value of the shsrehold- Orey, They think that the 41st section
ers at any special meeting called for enables the company to use and oc-
that purpose." j cupy wholly or partly Buch or these
 _ ..       "s   M.   The companv    shnll    have ; streets mads and highways as mnv ha
WeBtmlnster as | Power to enter Into contracts with any 1 neccBsary   for  the   purpose   of   their
corporation or cor- 1 railway, and that both sections com-
any municipality in blued vest In the company all the pow-
for building and j er necessary to enable them to operate these rnllwsvs when constructed.
These verv wide powers, privileges
nnd frnncfc'sos are. however, limited
and restricted In their use and exercise in three different directions. First
bv rhe provision requiring the consent
nf the coennratlon to ba given to the
exercise of the company's powers; secondly, by the provision giving to the
cnrporitlnp thn right to specify the
streets and highways along which the
rails be laid; and thirdly, by the provision that the corporation may dictate the manner In which and the
terms upon which the rallwav shall be
constructed and operated. These powers of the corporation are, however;
of a restrictive, not a donative character. They do not enable thc corporation to give, grant or confer any
right, power or privilege whatsoever
upon tho company. Their only function
Is to circumscribe or Impose conditions upon, the exercise by the company of tho rights, powera and prlv-
namely. hns granted a charter bestow -
 ^^^^^^^^^^     Ing upon the companv "a right, fran-
power,  privilege, franchise and  right I chlse or privilege" witb'n th�� meaning
necessary to enable them to construct nf the section.   The hy-law hold to be
���**r*******^a**m     ._  _ ��� ._ ������--1 |nva||(j nuthorlfed the reeve and clerk      ,  	
of tho corporation to affix the corpor- the company neglecting or refusing to
ate seal of this agreement. This was commence the building of such rail-
duly done. If the corporation have ] way on any of the said streets within
by this instrument bestowed "a right, | mx months after the expiration of the
for running' pnweni "ver��th���same.' or I JhSVlSes ot,^^Wliy~aJonf"any^rfhti|inv��lld authorired the'reeve and clerk | any of said streets, or In the event of
any part  thereof:  Provided that su"h I "tmrta. roads and highway within the
privilege or franchise" on the compnny within the meaning of this section, the so-called hy-law, which Is In
reality merely a resolution passed by
the corporation, la admittedly Invalid
snee It never was submitted to the
electors as required.
nc rporatlon  pr corporations,    so con
'riicted with."
The powers conferred by these enactments on the appellant company
are very wide.
F've Kinds nf Railways.
The 33rd and 41st sections 'are
somewhat obscurely worded. They purport tn deal with tlve different elasaes
of railway lines. It was not suggested by Sir Robert Ptnlay, who appeared
for tho company, that It wna Intended
by the frnmnrs r" this net that municipalities In dtatrieta adjacent to either
of these cities should have power to
specify  the  roads, streets and high*
darl'ns or sowors and the laying of gas ways, wlthlu their limits, upon which
Ths agreement Is a very lengthy
document. It commences by reciting
that under the 33rd and 41st sections
of the Consolidated Railway Companies' Act, 1896, the company aro authorised and empowered to construct
and maintain a tramway along such
roads tn thc districts adiacent to the
cities of Vancouver and New Westminister ns may be specified by the
councll of the municipality In which
these roads and hlghwaya are situate
on the terms to be fixed by that body.
It proceeda to recite that full power
and authority Is given to the company
to use and occupy any parts ot the
streets, roads and highways ln tha
municipality aa may be required for
the purpoae of Ita railway track, thel
laying of Its rails, and the running of
Its cara, provided the consent of the
council (I. e��� the corporation).be first
had and obtained, and that tho latter
body had full power to give such con
said sixty (60) days, or to complete
same within twelve (121 months from
the date when It signified its willingness to build tnd operate such railway,
the corporation ahall then ahve the
.right to construct and operate the en-
jttre line specified on any such street
as shall not have been constructed,
This article does not In the opinion
!*t their lordships confer upon the company any authority or power to make
nny tramway or railway In any street.
The company already -possessed all
ntxarpsary power and authority for that
purpose. It got It from another source.
The corporation could, It so disposed,
have nno flatu by one deed consented
tn the exercise by tho company of
their power*, over every street then
existing In the munlclnal'ty or thereafter tn be constructed there, or thev
"any exclusive right or powers op or
to the said company."
Necessary  Part.
The 52nd article of the agreement,
providing that the agreement Itself
was to enure for the benefit of, aad be
binding on the assignees of the company, was absolutely necessary as the
52nd section of the Railway Company's
act of 1S96 expressly confers upon the
company the power to lease or sell
their undertaking and all their contracts, privileges, franchies and powers to any railway or tramway, company or corporation. That power, like
the others, was conferred by the legislature. The Railway Companies' net.
of 1896. and the Municipal Clauses act
of 1896 were passed In the same seasion of the British Columbia ieg'sla-
ttire, but the latter was chapter 32 ot
the statutes of that year and the former chapeter 35 and presumably lntbr
ln date, It there is a repugnancy between them Ihe later statute mus' prevail, Moore vs. Robson, 2 B. and Ad.
817, 821. 822. The Municipal Clauses
act of 1896 was re-euacted In 1906. hut
this does not affect a repeal of tho
Railway act not repealed by the statute which has been re-enacted.
Their lordships are therefore, with
all respect to the learned Judges ot
the court ot appeal, unable to concur
with them. They think that the agree-
ment and by-law cf the 10th Sentem-
ber, 1910, did not amount to a chnr^nr
bestowing a "right, franchise or privilege" on the company within tho
I meaning of the ��4th aectlon of **it*
Municipal Clauses act ot 1898, that tho
by-law Impeached was therefore In-
valtd, the Judgments and decisions annealed syalnst erron ious, and shon'''
be reversed, but without coats ***t\
they will humbly advise his m-i-'-sty
accordingly. There will be no costs
of these appeals. ���*
could bave given thst wMe consent iiP" ""'*' be done.
^^^^^^^^~ ���    do"i'iK '
from tlnur to time by successive
ments. what thev have done h* 'V ������
agreement la to give their conniV''^
ths exercise by the companv nf their
powera over some streets, wit* ����� ���*-���
enant that In certain evec��,s *ne) under
certain etreumBtane��*<'.r��'((e*"' *vi\\ eon-
sent to thn comi'-ny cccle'i'? tbelr
powers over other   aod    additional
GOOD QAME COUNTRY.
Large and Small Vs-'-'les Plentiful at
' Qlsnbsnk.
Calenbank, B. V., Rept. 4.���Large a*
well as small game Is unusually plentiful In the vicinity ot Olenbank tht*
season, and It la anticipated that witting the ***i few months much shoot-
In
* other afternoon a number *f'
vciTon snd children picking In ih��
Upebftry fields below Grand vis w tin��
"it upon ��� large blgek bear snd et*.
They chased both bear aad cub np *.
nearby pine, while ons ot tholr number ran for J. H. Rtevenaon, who a*
arriving with his rlfls, shot both white
I seme titty teet up the trss. PAOB EJQHT
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEW*
FRIOAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1111
-PAY   CASH    IT   WILL   PAY
YOU".
Remember the Place���
33 Eighth StreeL
and the telephone No. 2
Jelly Powder
Special
Put up in our own label and
guaranteed the best on the market. It is selling very well, but
to further iutroduce, for two
days we will sell at the reduced
price of 4 for 25e.
Armour's Veribest Pork and
lleans, tasty, well baked beans,
sold everywhere 2 for 26c, for
two days we will sell 3 for 25c.
Raisins���Paradise brand, sold
at 2 for 25c; 16 oz. packages,
Nc 1 Btock, 3 pkgs. 25c.
PRESERVING PEACHES
Just arrived, new stock, extra
large, freestone, Early Craw-
fords.    Per crate $1.15.
\Ve advise early buying in this
line.
Preserving Plums, 3 lbs. 25c.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Pears, 2 lbs 25e.
Peaches, 3 lbs.   25c.
Plums,  2   lbe 25c.
..pples, 3 lbs 25e.
Grapes, per Ib   15c.
Conteloupes, each   12'/i.
Our vegetables are all grown
by WHITE men on our own
ranch. Every vegetable imaginable.
THE
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS       S. K. BRIGGS
PHONE 2.
Money
Earns
It is a great satisfaction to have one's earning power supplemented
by the earning power of
his savings.
Money deposited here
earns 4 per cent per annum and the interest is
added each three
months.
There are many other
advantages extended to
depositors with this institution which you
should know of.
Call in and allow us
to explain.
Dominion Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
C. 8. KEITH, Manager.
New Westminster
Branch.
606 Columbia St.
Pnld-Up  Capital  and   Surplus
$2,800,000.
Trusteeships  under   Administration, over $6,000,009,
Truatee for Bondholders over
$20,000,000.
Open Saturday Evenings 7 to 9.
CURTIS
REXALL
DRUG
STORE
.. f or ..
PHOTO
GOODS
SPECS
Greater ^iVestminster
OBITUARY.
All  notices of meetings, entertainments, sales of work,   etc.,    In   this | 	
column  are  charged  for at the  rate      JOHNSON- The body
of  10 cents per line.    Please do  not ^Thomas Johnson  will b
ssk members of the staff to break this
rule, as their instructions are poaitive.
Yesterday being a civic holiday in
honor of the Vancouver exhibition, the
city hall waB clOBed at 1 o'clock.
Gordon & Walters' millinery opening Friday and Saturday, September
6 and 7. We cordially invite you to
be preeent. (2008)
A reception was given to Rev. and
Mrs. Petrle of St. Aiden's church laBt
evening.
Millinery opening at Silvester &
Macdonald'B Friday and Saturday.
First Bhowlng of fall a*id winter pattern hats. 12005)
In accordance with the mayor's
proclamation of a civic half holiday
yeBterday, the Schaake foundry was
closed for the afternoon.
You are Invited to attend our fall
millinery opening today and tomorrow
at \V. S. Colllster & Co's. (2004)
The milk teBt bylaw haB not returned from headquarters, where it
is to receive the approval of the
lieutenant governor in council. Upon
receipt of the approved bylaw, Dr.
McQuarrie will place it in operation.
Artistic showing   of fall   millinery, j
English  and  American   patten;   hats,
Gordon & Walters. (2008)
Washouts and roekBlides are delaying the transcontinental trains on the
C. P. R. Yesterday's westbound
trains were delayed two hours at a
Blide which took place near Hope.
First showing of autumn millinery
at W, S. Collister & Co's today and
tomorrow. (2004)
A meeting of the high school boy
members of the Y. M. ('. A, has been
called for next Tuesday afternoon at
the local association building when
plans for the winter will be discussed
by H. H. Johnson, the new boys' work
secretary.
Try the B. C. Manufacturing company for fruit boxes if in a hurry.
Phone 304. (1993)
At a meeting of the Burnaby Horticultural society held last evening it
was given out that the recent flower
show was a success not only from an
horticultural point of view, but financially. A balance is left of $50 in
order to commence next year's show.
Autumn millinery opening today.
Special attention is called to our $5
and $2 hats.   W. S. Collister & Co.
(2004)
Damage to the amount of $2000
half of which was covered by insurance, took place on Monday evening
at Clarke's saw mill at Otter, on the
G. N. It, A dry kiln filled to capacity
was burned down. The structure will
be replaced.
Millinery opening at Mrs. Agret's,
59 Sixth street. Friday and Saturday.
First showing of pattern hats, You
are Invited. (2010)
It is tonight that the women's
auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hos
pital gives the much talked of barn
dance in the agricultural building at
���Queens park. Arrangements hav.'
been made for special cars to take
home the large crowd expected at the
affair.
Fred Davis will sell at auction under instruction from H. .1. Russell at
his Westminster auction house. King*,
hotpl block, on Saturday evening, at
7:30 sharp, a lot of linoleum and
household furniture, 120141
J. Stllwell Clute, stipendiary magistrate, had a signal honor conferred
upon    hlm    yesterday in  Vanoouver
when he wiib elected grand exalted
ruler of the Benevolent and Protective Order Of Klks of the Dominion of
I Canada. N'ew Westminster put up a
fight for next years' convention which
finally went to Moose Jaw, Sask.
SUI! FOR DAMAGES
AGAINST CITY FAILS
of the late
taken from
the family residence, 212 Eighth
street, this morning, to the C. P. K.
depot and shipped to Toronto. Interment will take place in the family
burial plot in the Necropolis.
The brother of the deceased. Lieut.-
Colonel   W.   A.  Johnson,   will   accompany  the  remains.    The  relatives of, ���.,*,. ,.*,,    .1    , ,
deceased request that no flowers city of New Westminster alleged    to
Mrs.   Insley   Not   Barred   from   Cuing
Again   in   Proper   Form���Jurymen Dismissed.
The  suit for damages  against   the
the
be sent.
have been sustained tlirougn an auto-
      - mobile owned by tbe elty and driven
RAINFALL STATISTICS FOR uy j0hn  Dlgby on August    20,    1912,
MONTH OF AUGUST and brought before the supreme court
-������ iby  Mrs.  Insley, was dismissed In the
The  city   engineer   has   just    com- 0lvU assize court yesterday, following
piled   the  rainfall  statistics   for    the't|,e guatainlng of the contention of W.
JG.   McQuarrie,  solicitor  for  llm  city,
that a technicality existed ln not hav-
See Advt. on Page 3
McAllisters Ltd.
Successors to Lees Limited
August.
August.
past month.   TheBe are:
Total rainfall for August, 1912, 5.75;
1913, 0.73.
Total rainfall from January 1, 1912,
27.76;  1913, 32.60.
Number of dry    days    in
1912, 20;   1913, 26.
Number of    wet   days in
1912. 11;  1913. 6.
longest    dry stretch,    1912.    seven
days, August 17 to 23.
Longest dry stretch.  1913, 13 days,
August 19 to 31.
I.ongeBt   wet   stretch.   1912,   three
davs. August 8 to 10.
Iaongest  wet   stretch,     1913,    three
days, August  12 to 14.
MUSICIANS CHARTER
ON WAY TO CITY
ing the papers In the summons served
on the proper parties, and that the
city was not responsible for the accident, even though Digby was driving
for the city and was also in its employ.
Hon. Justice Morrison, in dismissing the action, stated that the plaintiff
was not barred from suing again in
the proper form.
Evidence was presented for the
plaintiff's side, but none was offered
by the defence through YV. Q. McQuarrie.
Yesterday's caso finished those to
be tried by Jury and the talesmen
were dismissed for the session.
Several more cases remain to be
tried without a jury and these will
be proceeded with in court this morning.
White Rock
"The Playground  of B.C."
MITE, SUITES & Co., Official Apts
MONEY   STILL  PLENTIFUL
ON  LONDON   MARKET
Hard
Will  Ar-
Fought for  Document
rive In Two Weeks���Vancouver
Band Cotnin".
Quick action is being taken by the
officers of the International Musicians-
union in respect to the application of
the Westminster musicians for a local
charter. Word lias been received
from  President  Miller,  of  the  execu-
tlve body, to the effect that a charter I
is now on the   way,    following    the
withdrawal of the opposition by the j
Vancouver local and that the organiza-1
tion meeting can be expected to take
place within the next  two  weeks.
Since the Vancouver and Westmin-1
ster men have buried the hatchet the '
opening affair will    likely    take    the .
form  of  a   celebration   at   the  Labor
temple when one of the largest bands
ever gathered  in the lower mainland
will be present from Vancouver,
London, Sept. 10- Money was plentiful and discount rates were quiet
today. The Btock market was irregular with only a moderate amount of
business which was confined chiefly
to foreign bonds and Indian and other
colonial loans at higher prices.
Speculative Bhares eased off under
realizing and lack of support and consols fell an eighth on the announcement of purchases of bar gold for Germany.
American securities were quiet and
featureless during the forenoon.
DELICATE  OPERATION
for
OPENING OF EDMONDS
METHODIST  CHURCH
Edmonds, Sept. 4. ��� The new
Methodist church, which has beei
erected at Fir and Halley streets, will
be opened for service on Sunday evening next at 7:30 o'clock, when Rev.
It. F. Stillman will occupy the pulpit.
Special solos will be given by Madame
Olive Clare, of the Royal Academy ol
Music. London. On Tuesday evening,
September 9, a social and public meeting will be held in the church parlors
when addresses will be delivered bv
Rev. Newton Powell and Rev. E.
Manuel.
Broken  Back  Successfully Joined
Hsmilton  Man
Hamilton, Sept 4���An unusually de-
licate operation was successfully
performed at the city hospital by Dr.
R, Y. Parry. Joseph Johnson fell
from a building and broke Ills back,
but did not sc\cr the spinal column.
The broken piece of bone was removed and the adjoining sections Joined
and it is believed lie will fully recover
and be able to walk.
While working on the old Wesley
church. Edward Berryman, a bricklayer fell from a scaffolding and it
Is feared that hia back is broken. He
ls paralyzed from the waist down and
is in a serious condition.
POR A
SQUARE
DEAL
TIP-TOP QUALITIES WITH ROCK BOTTOM PRICES REMEMBER DENNY
& ROSS, THE BIG FURNITURE STORE. Extensive alterations demand the
reduction of our stock.    .,
NOTE THESE PRICES, THEN CALL AND SEE THE GOODS.
Genuine Bargains in All lines of Furniture
Below are a few samples picked at random from our immense up-to-date Stock.
$2.90
White  Enamel Iron   Beds, brass  fittings...
White  Knamel Iron    Beds,    Brass    fittings,
one half regular price   S3.50
Brass Beds, regular $18 for   $1X75
Brass BealB, regular $30, for  $21.00
Brass  Beds, regular too, for   $40.00
Brass Beds, regular $30, for  $15 OO
Dresser and Washstand, empire Oak  $11.50
Genuine mahogany dresser,    largo    mirror.
priced at   $24.75
White Knamel Dresser, nice desigu   $1050
White Enamel chiffonier to match  $14.00
Couches; a dandy couch, reg $1\ for $11.5<n
Couch,  red  Yelour    $5.50
Davenports;  oak  frame;   American  leather;
regular $.15,  for    $23.50
Go-carts;  collapsible,  from     $5.85
Quartered nak, 8-ft Bxtenslon Tables:  reg.
�������. f<,r  $19.00
Quartered Oak h - rt. Extension Tables: reg
$48,  for   	
Set Diners; fumed Oak; [cither seat ,
When   we   advertise   leather  we   mean
leather,  not  imitation.
$35.00
$16.90
genuine
SPECIAL PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY
DEN INY   &   ROSS
PORT  MOODY  NOW  COUARS
WITrf THE GOVERNMENT
Constitutionalists Gather.
Brownsville, Tex.,    Sept. 4.  ��� One
thousand  constitutionalists arrived  in
I Matainoras   last  night   and   today   to
i reinforce   General   Blanco,   who   isl
mobilizing  his  forces  preparatory   to
an  attack upon  Victoria, after  which
he plans to attack Tampico.    Victoria
is the capital of Tamaullpaa stale.
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE.
Cor. Sixth and Carnarvon Sts.
Phone .588.
ii
LITTLE
Money to loau on
improved city and
0 per . "iit. Alfred W
first mortgages,
farm property
Mcl.eod   (1989)
Magistrate Edmonds will have an I
eai j time In court this morning, the
followers ol Bacchus having turned
tlieir intention more to llie weather
and Ihe Vancouver exhibition than to
spending their time in riotous living.
Two cases were recorded on the blot-
| ier ai  11 o'i lock laBt nighl.
IiiHiirn with  Alfred W   Mcl.eod, the
I Insurance    man.    Al!   kinds    written.
lliindreilB of millions to pay losses.
(1989)
The workers of SI   rani's Sunday
I school   have   arranged   to   lune the
postponed basket  picnic   to   Second
beach on Baturday nexl should   the
weather   prove   favorable    Arrangements have been made ior i( special
acr to leave the ii. c  E  it. depot at
8:30 a.m     In the evenl of a wet dav
the friends nnd scholars will meet lii
| the school room al 8 p in  for games,
StC,  after  which  a   banquet  will    be
provided.
Why not get your boxes nnd crate*
m the Ii. C, Manufacturing Co., I_td.
|others are doing it.    Phone :t04.
119931
BnmiiRl M'lher. controller or Dominion land In British Columbia, Is holding sessions in ihe Dominion building
with respeci to requests for grants
mud" liy various bodies and munlcl-
iipiliieB, On Saturday he will hold
a me.'ting In Vancouver after which
; lie will leave rm- Kamloops district,
returning to .New Westminster later
In tin month.
Kor  pressed  brick,  fire clay, common    brl.'k.    cement,    II mn,    plaster,
gravel, Band, rock and fuel oil, apply
to Ihe II. C, Transport Co, Ltd. Office
[phone 826, wharf plu  880.     IIHSX)
��� A local hotelman was fined $li(i
md costs, the minimum fine, In police
rourt yesterday morning on a charge
of (-applying Pat Thompson, an Indian, with liquor. As Thompson luoks
more like u while man than a redskin, the magistrate gave i>ie hotel-
man the benefit of the doubt. Thomp-
son, who has been beard of hefore,
wus given n Iwo months vacation in
tin.  provincial  Jail.
Port   Moody.   Sept.   4. -By  the    receipt of a cheque for $4120 from the
provincial government  Port  Moody is I
now practically square wtth the gov- [
ernment   aB   regards   the   refund     cf '
taxes   collected   from   the     city     for
1913.    The total  amount   received  by
the city to date is $14,120.93, which Is,
| with  the exception of $163.39 du.* on
D. I.. :',47. all that Is coming to    the
council.
Of the scliool tax. s $:4:1G.14 has
been refunded by the government, a
balance of $381.63 remaining to bi
paid.
At the meeting of the council on
Tuesday evening the finance committee submitted a report showing the
standing of the city with the government containing the above figures,
BELGIUM  ADDING
TO HER STANDING ARMY
MEMORIAL  PULPIT  IN
JUBILEE METHODIST CHURCH
Jubilee, Sept. 4. A new pulpit of
solid oak, with a suitably Inscribed
brass plat.* on the front, hi to be pro-
sentcd to the Methodist church in
memory of tlie bit" John Rumble.
special memorial service will take
place this month to mark the event
Brussels, Sept. 4. Belgium's continued activity in adopting certain
weii-cteflned measures of national defence and protection keejs alive the
alarming idea that armed conflict in
Europe Is a thing to be expected. Tlie
government does not divulge what it
believes or rears; It quietly goes ahead
with its preparations leaving the peo
pie to speculate as they  will.
The Belgian army has been in
creased to a peace Tooting absolutely
without precedent; never before ha��
the country had so many men iitul.-i
arms in times oT peace, and Antwerp
otl  the  Scheldt,  already    one    of  the
strongest fortresses in Europe, is
rapidly being strength.-n<.I, evldentl)
with lh.- id.-a of making the city si
nearly Impregnable as possible. Belgium h is a gold reserve or $48,000, i;
Hii.-: is tin* national treasure. In order
lo ensure iis safety a larg>' part ol
the money has been moved rrom Hrus-
rels   to   Antwerp,   because   the   latti
city is more secure in case or wa
The national archives also have been
transferred to the fortified metropolis
ior the same reason, a precaution that
would not. be tak* n except at a time
oi national anxiety. These events,
considered In connection with tlle recent mobilization and leemlngly tending to sliow that the international out
look may not be as clear as Is generally supposed, hav., caused much
comment In Belgium
rHHassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS rURiNISHED
New A no lie an Church.
Poilt Coqultlam, Bepl   4    On Batur
day the ('hurch ot Kngland extension
committee ol this city will con��iil""
plans for llie erection or ���_ new building on a site already owned bv tli -
church on Mary lllll rond. about a
tlllle from  the  presenl   location.
Choosing a School
 THE	
Money C.hean 7
London, Sept. 4. Money was cheap
and discount rates were easy todav.
Except for tiie llrinnesfl In th" foreign
bonds and rubber shares the stock
markei dlsplaved a reactionary lend
ency during the afternoon.
* tf
���tf tf
MARKET  PROBS.
* *
At this morning's cily market ll ls probable thai
Kggs will sell fiiui at 1.'
cents a dozen and butter wlll
go nt last week's price, or a
few cents higher.
As usual there will be plenty
or   potutocn    brought    in   and
these will go at ubout ',.", centa    *���
a bag.
Apples will be icarcn and
the price wlll  be from J I.Iif, lo
fl (TO   per   box.     'rhe   market
clerk   reports   tba   crop   very   .
poor HiIh y��'ar.
All Vegetables will be plentiful, and  ther..  wlll   also  he    a
lair   offering    of   Reasonable ���-
fruits. :
Pork and poultry  wlll lie on
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Modern Business School
Is ii live business Institution���-everybody ia busy ub our enrollment i.
larger ihan ev.-r befure I at thlB llin.*
or the year), and we are better pre
pared to give you Bervlce not obtainable at any other Institution. Investigate our method!, COWSes, and im'ill:;
and you will attend the
"Modern"
Fall  term  now started.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
TAKE THIS
AUTO TRIP
Pack   in  your  bathing  suits  and   a
���ell fllle.l hamper and spend a day at ,
Maple Beach. Boundary Bay.   Plenty
Of free    picnic    places    oa    the sun.l
beaoh or under the wonderful Bpread
lng  maples.     Lovely    Bprlng    water
Take the Itlver road   to   Ladner   and |
the (loudy road south
CURTIS & DORGAN.
Agents for Whalen Estate. ,
New Westminster.
B
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URNS
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-and���
N.IOY
EATING
VKRY DAY.
li. C. ELECTRIC-LNTERURBAN LINES.
Trains From Interurban Terminal���Columbia St.
For Vancouver via Central Park.
WEEKDAYS���5 and C 4. am.
and every 15 minutes until H
p in. Half hourly Bervlce nntll
11 p.m. with late car at midnight
8ATUKDAYS-15 minute Ber
vice Ib continued until 11 p.m.
SUNDAYS-6. 7, 7.80 8 nnd
8.30 and every 15 mlnutea until
11 pin. with late car ut midnight.
For Vancouver via
Hurnaby
UKOIII.AK  HKHVICE-5 45  nnd
0.46 a rn. uud hourly until 10 p.
m.,  with   lato  car at   11.80,
UUSil   HOUR   SPECIALS--7.30
a in   and 4 .'!�� p.m.
BUNDAYB���8 a in. and    hourly
until   10  pin.  with  late car at
11.80.
For Vancouver via
Eburne
WEEKDAYS���7 a.m. and every
hour until  11  p.m.
SUNDAYS���8 am.    and    every
ti tin, until 11 p.m.
Connection Is  made at    Kb-
hour until 11  p.m.
aud other points on Lulu Island.
Fraser Valley Line
FOB f'lllLLUVACK AND WAY
STATIONS���9.15 a.m., 1.10 aod
C. 15 p.m.
IfOR HUNTINGDON AND WAY
POINTS���4.05 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Ii'ii
P. Burns & Co. Ltd.
Palace Market, Columbia St., Phones
1200,  1201, 1202.
Sapperton   Market,  Phone  1204,
Eighth  St. Market, Phone 1205,
Edmonds Market, Phone L883.
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
 BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P. O. BOX  442
TELEPHONE   824
!
CRESCENT BEACH
Take advantage of the Business Man's Train    and    make    yonr
home at Crescent Heacli (Blackie Spit) for the summer months,
Train leiiTes at 5:30 p.m. dally, on and after June 16, returning In
the morning hi time for business.   Crescent   Beach   affords   Ideal
oondltlon* for summer homes, combining the best of bathing, tost
lng nt all stages of the tide together with One beach.   Artealan well
water lo all residents.   Let uh show you tbla property.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established 18t1.
Wa write Fire, Life, Accident, Employer*   Liability,  Automobile  and
Marina laauranoa.
13
41TR0NT3T.
SCHOOL BOOTS-Finest Variety in City
aStrong Box Kip, sizes 7, 8,9,10 $1.25
Strong Box Kip, sizes 11, 12, and 13  1.45
Strong IS.,a. Kip, sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  1.75
Ladies' boots what you want for now and winter 1.95
Gents' light and heavy boots, from  1.95
Slater Shoes (P. W.), Leckie's Boots, K. Boots, etc.
FREE!   FREE!   FREE!
A 25c. bottle of Packard's Famous Shoe Polish
to each purchaser of 1 dozen laces at 10c. a dozen.
Buy the laces, the Polish will be given you.
Open Evenings Till 9 p.m.; Saturdays 11 p.m.
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