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News Classlflsd Ads.
Have proven tbelr wortb by the
results   they   produce.     They   till,
inrge   or   small   ��ants   at   amall
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VOLUME 8, NUMBER  214.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER  18, 1913.
******
CITY ADO^ i S SCHEME fOR
CIVit INDUSTRIAL SITES
���tut*, rr**, pihTt
SHIPBUILDERS LIKE
THE fRASER RIVER
ters of deportment. There was no
criminal act In handing a child a
theatre ticket. The chief of police
had been told by theatre managers
thnt the practice was discontinued.
Joint Sewerage Schema
City Knglneer Blackman wrote in
| regard to the joint sewerage scheme
with llurnaby asking that Burnaby be
iski d to extend the four months' time
Hunt to prevent the agreements becoming void. ThlB because of the
financial outlook. The board of works
will lake the mutter up with Hurnaby.
Webb and (lifford applied for a
'water lot adjoining Lulu Island bridge
iThe harbor committee, will deal with
the application.
I    The  mayor  and   Alderman  Killing-
ton  were appointed  to deal  with the
North   Arm   V.V.E.  bridge,  of  which
Hurnaby   wrote   seeking   co-operation
bo lu asking that a sixty-six foot bridge
be built over the. Brunette river.  En-
The property to be assessed equitably ttneer Blackman had reason to think
with  the  surrounding  property.    The  ,lllB  request  was  futile and  was sat
Council  Decides  to  Lease
Property to Industries-
Base of Rental.
White Labor Clauses In All Leases���
Petition for Gas Bylaw Not
Presented.
Following the Industrial commissioner's proposal for city-owned Industrial sites, the special committee
of the council, appointed to Inquire
Into what could be done with these
properties, reported al last night's
council meeting as followB, which report  was passed:
Thut all    city-owned    properly
Members of British  Firm
Yarrows, Limited, Inspect Harbor.
CONSIDER THIS PORT
AHEAD OF OTHERS
Will Come Ayain    md    May    Locate
Plant Here���Visited Sandheads.
POLICE ATTACKED
Suffragettei and Supporters Howl
Down Socialist Speaker.
Sheffield, Eng., Nov. 17.���A wild
jsuffragetle disturbance occurred here
j tonighl. Phillip Snowden, Socialist
member of parliament for Blackburn.
Attempted to address a "no conscrlp
Hon'' meeting arranged by the labor
party, but was howled down by suf-
f-ageites. 1'ollceinen promptly took
a hand and iu the scrimmage were attacked by male sympathizers with the
women. Some of the policemen were
kicked and badly bruised.
In spite of the fact that many of the
disturbers were ejected the uproar persisted to such an extent that at the
end of balf an hour the meeting was
abandoned. A large section of the
audience displayed anger at tbe chairman for calling tho police to his aid,
declaring that the working classes had
had enough of the police.
mmmsi   mmmmm
the
baslsofrentaTto'bel^rce'nTof^e:1"/'^ wlth  ��hat the ��
said assessment. I one .
N.   ft.
Though the trip up and down
Fraser yesterduy of the party of British shipbuilders did not culminate in
an announcement to locate on the
river, Indications ure that It ls most
popular of all IJ. C, locutions and Is
most seriously considered; certainly
It wll, ;,,��� tlbited again and Inspected
next time from land.
The  Britishers are all of the firm
Yarrows Limited of (.lasgow. builders
would | of  vessels  from   those  worth   $25,000
to  torpedo    boat    destroyers.    They
Serious Car Shortage.
Moose Jaw, Nov. 17.���So serious
has the car shortage on the Canadian
Northern railway become during the
past few days tbat farmers have been
obliged to wait around Gravelbourg
for two and three dayB. eventually
driving to LuKleche, the nearest point
on the C. P. K. Similar conditions prevail at nil points on tbe C. N. R. to
the south of here.
The leases to be granted for perlous
uf from live to twenty years.
The leases shall not be assigned or
Sub-let without thu consent of the
council.
That white labor clauses be Inserted
In all leases.
That u copy of this report togethei
with   a   description   of   the   available
property   be  supplied  to the   Progressive   association's   Industrial   commls-
.shiner.
That the Industrial commissioner
will consult the harbor committee ln
the case of waterfront sites and a
special committee of council In case
of other Rites.
No Css  Bylaw   Petition.
Though Its sponsors seemed confident of having names a plenty, the
petition for resubmission of the gus
bylaw never appeared. This Is the
third week now that the document
was to bo presented sure and like th .
���others, last night's meeting was con
rinded without Its appearance II
wss not even mentioned.
Among the communications was one
from the clerk of Burnaby municipality asking that a comsalttee of the
council be appointed to co-operate In
discussing wllb the B.C.E.R. the
building of n bridge across the lirun
���etie river. Aldermen Dodd and White
were appointed.
Another from the bonrd of school
trustees expressed surprise at the re
ply received tn s former communlca
tion to the effect that the city could
not have, charge of children In school
hours. Alderman White explained
the  Intention  wub that
M^LM^^^L^      Reports 8re Mr   Yarrow, head of the concern.
In the board of works' report was : R D. Keay, confidential agent Mr.
a recommendation that action taken j Yarrow, Jr.. and Mr. Izerd and llarold
against the owners of the tug Maagen Keay. In Glasgow fourteen hundred
to secure amount of damage done to men are employed by this firm,
he Lulu Island bridge. This will be While unwilling to grant Interviews
carried out  bv  the city solicitor.       ��W publication, Mr. Varrow, sr, when
The Heaps Engineering bylaw was
laid over for final passage until next
k because the official ratification
had not been received from  Victoria.
Prank   Mandeville's  request   to   be
asked If his firm would build ships
on this coast, said: "The whole thing
hinges on conditions and what policy
the federal government takes in relation  to the naval question."  From
HUERTA COMPLETES
HIS NEW CONGRESS
With Heavy Load Big Steam
Wagon Sinks Through
Planking.
PLANS PREPARED
FOR NEW CITY HALL
Other News from    the    Port    City-
Masonic Temple Completed���
Rifles for Troop.
allowed  to" build  a Btable    on    Bole Ihis remarks it was Implied    that    if
atiowcu  io  one- ..       Canada wa, to havl! a fleet, ihipbulld
lng would be engaged In; lf not, some
hr.���    Mr     McWhlnnev     The    latter other line might be taken up pending
.'    .,   _._   imi  if the atabla muBt  a settlement of the question.
r'uVl- "    SSuJf/dtE*    The!    The  visitors,   with   Industrial   Com-
street was a bone of some contention
between himself and one of his neigh-
Indications Are that Formal
Opening Will Take Place
Thursday.
Port Coquitlam. Nov. 17.���With two
steel tanks weighing 2600 pounds on
board a heavy steam truck owned by
Tipper and company, hauling contractors of Vancouver, sunk partially
through thc planking of the bridge
which crosses the Coqultlam river on
the Pitt River road yesterday afternoon and was only extricated by the
use of Jacks after Beveral hours' work.
The bridge itself, which is located
Just outside the limits of the city was
rendered dangerous and closed.
The steam truck was on Its way to
the Coquitlam Shipbuilding yards when
the accident occurred. A wooden
sloping approach to the bridge was
negotiated ln safety. As soon as the
the machine rested with its four
wheels on the bridge proper, however,,
the rear wheels wer.t down with a
crash, the truck only being sustained
from a complete drop into the river
by some sustaining timber a'oout two
feet underneath the plauklug.
I Aid was sent fo rand by means ot
H0UM General |-'aclts the  truck  was  removed   from
Nanaimo, Nov. 17.���There is a strong probability that
the strike in the coal mining district on Vancouver island
will be settled this week. A. D. Ackland, deputy minister
of labor, from Ottawa has had a long consultation with
the leaders on both sides and it is believed that the ultimate result of his intervention will be that the men will
return to work in the course of a week. One feature of
the settlement will be that non-union men will be admitted
into the union.
All the questions under dispute, and the remedies suggested for them have yet to be submitted to the workers,
but it is anticipated that they will accept the decision that
their leaders have arrived at. Already a large number of
men are at work and the general belief is that inside of a
couple of weeks, providing nothing untoward happens, the
bulk of the strikers will be at work again.
MAY TAKE PARI
IN CIVIC ELECTIONS
Unconfirmed Rumor That Ministerial
Association Wlll Have Ticket In
January.
stable will be built on this condition.
G. N. ft. D��pot
After Inspecting, ln committee, the
i; rent   Northern   station   plans,  coun
cil   passed      	
calls for  an  agreement
inlBsloner Darling, Col. J. I). Taylor.
M. P., and Harbor Commissioners
Coulthard   and   White,   went   aboard
    the fishery  patrol    Swan    yesterday
recommendatTon' which I morning at II o'clock and going to the
to be drawn I-P'1'   river  bridge,   looked  over  Port
j    Owing to the accident at the other I that Rev. W. W.  Abbott of Queen's
bridge the city engineer of Port Co- ch     h     m ,    "maybe."
quitlam    refused    permission  to  the        " ' ****.j*>*t-
driver of the truck to take hla load 11' there ls a ticket it will consist of
i Coquitlam.
up by the city ��otlcltor and submit!
��d   io couneil.    At the end of    five  la8  Island
>ear��  new   |,Ians   must   be  submitted
for a  depot  valued at not less than
140,000
Then down outside Doug
past  this city,  down  An
.*aatX****t*M
Mayor Gray slated Just previous toiu"rl)  landed at Steveston.
adjournment tbat Engineer Napier of j ��������* nnd^ Party  left    for    V
Victoria was -daily  expected In    the ~     * * ���" -'-,   **���
city to investigate the Coqultlam water main and look at the asylum farm.
He Bhould see the ground before the
eouncll  committee went  to Victoria..
Alderman Kellington repcrted the
absence of assistant cjerk Thomas,
and City Treasurer McKay because
of accident and Illness.
special committee to Inspect the
^  ________
that   the  Intention  wbb  that  children I Canadian Northern plana will be heW
were under teachers' charge In mst-ion  Krlday afternoon al 3 p.m.
OPERA HOUSE Will
BE RE-OPENED
High Class Productions Will
Be Brought to New
Westminster.
Charlea E. Wells Secures    Lease    of
Building���Arrange Also for Stock
Company.
GETTING READY
BIG CAMPAIGN
lout  to the  Sandheads.    A  stop  was
| made  at the  Jetty,  after  which  the
Mr. Yar
 ^^^^^_ ancouver
about  6.30 o'clock.     ^^^^^^^^^
The elder Mr. Yarrow eame to the
const bm lust week while tbe reel
of his party have been here a month
or more Investigating sites on</ the
mainland. In Vancouver, ard on ���he
ft iand. After seeing them all Mr. Mc-
Keay stated thnt the * raser was the
best suited of them all.
Kor weeks now thn Industrial commissioner has beeu working with
these men, several trips of the river
have been made and accurate statistics relating to sites collected. When
the party come again to the Kraser
un announcement In favor of lt may
result,  It  Is  said.
Captains  Selected for  Teams  In  the
C.  A.  Membership
Competition.
Y.   M.
Thc New Westminster opera house
will not be dark this winter as expected, but this city will be visited by
(he best shows booked by the well
known theatrical magnate John Cert
aud when not occupied by one of
these shows a high class Hlock company wlll provide entertainment for
the show loving public of New Westminster.
This announcement was made yesterday when Chaiies E. Wells, of this
��'ity. signed a lease of the opera house
for one year with an option of a second season. Mr. Wells has been
negotiating with the owners of the
building for some time, but did not
come to an agreement until he had
made sure that the best shows that
visit the coaat would be obtainable
here.
Tho new fessee has had considerable previous experience In the business and feels assured that whon run
along the right lines the house could
be made to pay and he promises that
only the best In the show llne will
be brought to this city.
Mr. Wells' left last evening for
Kcnttle where he wlll Interview Mr.
Cort and on his return hopes to announce a number of good attractions.
Ile may also arrange for a stock company. The date of the opening of the
bcuse and other details wlll depend
-entirely on tbe arrangements made
by Mr. Wells while tn Seattle.
Eatats Probated.
Toronto. Nov, 17.���An estate of
1242.606.87 was left by the late Robert
McKay, storekeeper, of 292 Queen
street east, when he died on October
*i',i. The wtll was probated today. The
whole property Is left to bis family.
STIKINE JOE GUILTY
Captains for the five teams that
will take part In the Y. M. C. A. campaign for new members were selected
at a meeting held last night and before the end of the week the teams
wlll be finally decided on.
Great Interest ts being taken in the
competition which wlll be Inaugurated In Vancouver, Victoria and New
Westminster next Monday between the
Y. M. C. A.'s of the three cities for
new members. Lieutenant governor
Paterson has offered n silver trophy
for the winning association, the competition to bo run on points. New
Westminster la awarded six points for1
each new application while the other
two larger cities are awarded three
points, thus giving the Royal City an
even break In the competition.
The following were the captains selected at the meeting last evening In
the local Y. M. C. A.: D. F. Castleman.
Wm. Held, F. O. Canfield, A. 8. Mllla,
J. Carter Bmlth.
A meeting of the ladles of the various churches In the city was alao
held yeaterday and arrangements made
for a number ot banquets to be held In
conjunction with the campaign. The
first of these will be given on Monday
evening to the boys and men taking
part
The following Thursday and Friday
a banquet will be tendered the men
taking part while on Dec. 1 a banquet
wlll be tendered to the boys, at which
time the three boys' team, whieh wlll
be known aa the Reda, Whites and
nines will be Informed whieh ot them
Is the winner.
The leadtng team will be aerved
meat at tbe banquet while the team
making second wlll be served bun,
with the third team eating the famous
wieners. I
For dessert the two leading boys'
teams will be served with pudding
while the third team will bave to reat
content with prunes.
J. D. Kennedy haa offered a pair
of skates to tho boy securing the
greatest number of points In the com*
petition. ,
Convicted for Manslaughter Following
Killing of Four Indiana.
Vancouver. Nov. 17.���Stlkine Joe
was found guilty of manslaughter of
Watchy (lus at the assizes here today. He, with George Wilson, was
tried last week on the charge of the
murder of four Indians at Kimsquit,
when the former waa found guilty of
manslaughter and sentence was deferred. A similar course was adopted
today In regard to Stiklne Joe.
Quorum    in    Upper
Villa Threatened to Take Canadian Owned Railway.
Mexico City, Nov. 17.���Organization
of Prealdent Huerta's new congress
was completed late today when
enough senators were gathered to
form a quorum Id the upper house.
General Francisco Pronces was chosen
temporary chairman of the senate and
a ccinmittec on credentials was appointed. A similar committee of the
chamber of deputies today began the
work of revising the deputies' credentials and there Is nothing to Indicate tbat the formal opening of congress next Thursday wlll be postponed.
President Huerta talked tonight in
lo.mally to the members of bis staff
tnd a few personal friends regarding
the possibilities of intervention by the
I'uted States. He intimated that he
would be ready to resist such a step.
lne opinion is expressed in various
circles here that tbe United States
will soon Inaugural*   a blockade   ofl
Mexican ports. Rumor has it thatjclvlc authorities for examination by
r csldent Wilson would be content parr. MacKenize * Day, of Vancouver,
wiib such an action and might even The plans show a tasteful two storey
permit the embassy to remain ln brick and stone structure with full
Mexico City until an open rupture oc- basement. The structure Is set well
cut red. back from the street wltb a garden
General Huerta resumed business at iapproach.
Will the the Ministerial association
of New Westminster have a ticket at
BURNABY HAS fOUR
OFFERS OE FUNDS
Prospects Bright for Sale of
Treasury Certificates
Totalling $1,250,000.
Fire Destroys Valuable Horess.
Moose Jaw, Nov. 17.*���O. Strong, one
of the beat known farmers of tbe El
bow district, had bis barn and contents.
Including a number of pedigree horses,
destroyed by flre yesterday morning.
The loss Is estimated at $7500. It ts
not known how the tire started.
Large Flour Contract.
Moose Jaw, Nov. 17.���Tbe Robin
flour mills of this city have been
awarded the contract by tbe Hudson
Bay company tor the delivery ot sufficient flour for one year to aupply all
the company's stores, warehouses and
trading posts throughout the Dominion. The minimum amount under the
terma Is 20,000 barrels. The estimated contract ts $600,000.
its precarious position about nightfall Ithe coming municipal elections? Some 1 8pecla, Meetln_ p^^y, Thl% w,.k
and backed down the road. I think it will, some ar'nt sure and all \ '���"
over the Dewdney Trunk road bridge
over the Coquitlam river In the city
until some alterations had been made
to the load. Both the Dewdney road
and Pitt river bridges were constructed several years ago by tbe provincial government. The Dewdney
road bridge has been condemned as
far as heavy loads are concerned, and
notices warning the drivers of heavy
trucks of the strength ot the bridge
are posted on both ends ot tbe structure, ln tbe case of tbe Pitt river road
'bridge which ia In lbe municipality,
drivers of heavily laden vehielee ars
not similarity warned and very few
precautions are taken to aee that
loads too heavy for tbe bridge are allowed to paaa over It as Is the case
with   the   Wewdney   bridge.
The tanks on board the ateam truck
were made ln New Westminster for
the new snag boat Samson.   They will I
be UBed for holding oil which will be
the fuel used on the new boat
City Hall Plans.
A suggested design for tbe new city
hall has just been submitted to the
men opposed to segregation and the
too-freely procured liquor license. At
least this is the lay understanding.
Cloae Deal���Other Matters
at Meeting.
t_\
"nothing whatever.'
"la It true that a aeries of sermons
are to be preached relative to this and
something similar to that preached
by Rev. M. Gordon Melvin on Sunday
night?"
"I didn't know anything ot it; I
didn't know that matter was under
discussion." was the reply.
Aaked directly lt fhe association
would have a ticket this pastor aald
nothing had been decided on���yet
'he national palace today apparently
w th no thought of any queations
pending between his government and
���n'st of the United States. He seems
to regard recent Incidents growing
tut of Washington's demand that he
>.icate the presidency as closed.
With the exception of one development and that of a rather negative
character, the day was almost devoid
of acts relating to the tense situation.
The American charge d'affaires received instructions to continue to advise Washington with respect to developments, but he was not instructed
to app-oach the Mexican government
efflcla'1 again, nor did hls Instructions
lh_lui��i anything relative to the withdraw..! ct the embassy.
Threaten Canadian Rallwav.
KI Paso,   Tex.,   Nov.   17.���Oeneral
Provision is made ln the building for
every civic department In the basement, the design suggests should be
located the police court and -police
cells and offices, boiler room, offices
for the scavenging department and tbe
poundkeeper. On the ground floor offices for the mayor, assessor, auditor,
police commission, engineer and waterworks department are suggested.
On the top floor a committee room,
offices for the city solicitor, building
inspector and medical officer. The
building proposed by the plana would
coat about $30,000, lt ts estimated.
The design Is merely submitted as
a suggestion for the council. Wben it
is prepared to go ahead with the building, -which will not be for aome time
owing to the financial stringency, competitive plana wlll be called tor and
all 'architects will be permitted to offer designs.   Tbe money that will be
'Continued on Page Four.)
(Continued no Page Flv*.)
PROTEST ELECTION
AT CHATEAUGUAY
Charges of Bribery Made In Petition
te Unseat Jamas Morris
ae M. P.
Montreal, Nov. 17.���Tbe election of
Jamee Morris aa M.P. tor tbe county
of Cbauteauguay waa protected tbls
afternoon when petitions to unseat and
disqualify blm were deposited In the
superior court office at Valleyfleld
Bribery by himself and by agents,
by payment ot money, promises ot
public office, undue influence, defraying transportation, treating. Intimidation and furnishing vehicles illegally,
are among the charges against tbe
Coio-arvatlve M.P. and Wa agents.
���Pour petitions covering the above
wero deposited,' sworn to by electors
ot Chateauguay county. Tbe petitions
pray not only that Mr. Morris be unseated, but that he also be disqualified as an eleetor tor seven yetrt.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED INDIANS
IN ARMED ENCAMPMENT
PREPARE TO DEFY TROOPS
Santa Pe. N.M.. Nov. 17.���Fifteen
hundred Navajo Indiana rallied tn de-
fence ot eight renegades and are reported In armed encampment on Beautiful mountain, SB mile* southwest of
the Shtprock agency, defying Urited
States Marshal Hudsepath to tnke
the renegades, wbo are " wanted on
federal warrants, charging horse
stealing, sssault snd bigamy.
Two troops of cavalry bave been
tsked for by the marshal and the re-
mest has been referred by tbe war
department to Major Oeneral Carter,
In command of the border patrol
It le feared that before the eavalry
arrives the renegades will be joined
by many more nt tbe command ot the
medicine men and ot the plural wilt
men wbo are reported to be stirring
tba Navajoa to rebellion.
Tbe Indians ire fortifying on a
high table mom-tain, the summit ot
whloh ls approachable only by a torturous road.
Agent W. Ti Shelton Is nt ton
agency awaiting the arrival ot toe
troops.  No void was reoelved tonight
Marshal Hu��pee��i( alter survey
ing the poatltloa of the Indiana, returned bere tonight with three ot the
original eleven renegades be wan tent
from here ten days ago to arrest The
eight othere escaped nd rallied their
tribesmen to their defence betere tho
marshal reached toe agency.
The request tor troops waa made
day nfter a ooeferenoe at the ai
between Indian Agents Shelton,
qnet   and   Major J. T. M
after the Navajoe had eent
toe renegades wonld not be��tvea np,
and H attacked ther woold reel*, tarn
the agency aad UU those to eharge.
At toe snggeethm of s****t Mo-
WRY SPEECHES AT
LABOR CONVENTION
Prospects are looming up strong in
Burnaby aa to tbe sale ot ita treasury
���K. .*.,        _._.__.       _.     v       j���.u__icertiacatea   amounting   to   U.2S0.OOO
i,      said    one    paator    jesteraaj. | expected in otBcM circle8 that one of
the four offers for the issue will bave
been taken up.
The counoil held n private meeting
lasting nearly two hours last evening
from which nothing was divulged, but
Information waa obtained to the
effect that two of the offers are very
favorable Indeed, enough to foreshadow s deal being put through,
probably at a special meeting to bo
called later In the week.
One of the concerns seeking to take
up tbe issue is known to be a Toledo.
Ohio, firm, being represented by H.
Long, wbile Henry J. Kaiser, formerly manager tor the Canadian Mineral
Rubber company, with large connections witb English and American
capitalists, is also seeking to close a
deal with tbe council.
When approached following the conclusion of the private meeting Reeve
McGregor was not in a very communicative frame of mind, maintaining
that any mention of financial transactions of aueh dimensions before an
agreement bad beeu ratified waa a
little out of the queation, but be did
intimate that mattera looked very
favorable and developments were to
be expected any dny.
B. C. K. R. Extension.
The proposed extension ot tbe Sapperton line ot the B. C. E. R. running
towarda Burqultlam was again
brought np when a letter was read
from City Clerk Duncan of New Weetmlneter to tbe effect that Mayor
Oray. Engineer Blackman aad City
Clerk Duncan had been appointed to
represent the olty in the negotiations.
Reeve Barth of Coquitlam municipality has also intimated that a oommlttee wonld be appointed from that
section this week.
It la probable that toe engineers mt
the throe mnnlclpalltlee interested
will meet this week and formulate
plana for the erection ot n high level
hridge crossing the Brunette river.
after which the joint oommlttee wfll
wait npon Oe B. C. B. R. officials.
This matter bas heen In the limelight tor the past tew yeare aad lot-
lowing tht snaeissfal passage ot toe
franchise bylaw. It ta expeeted^dfet
the efforts ot the eoonefl w��r meat
with treltkm daring toe heat
montha. The oompany la
hy the agrsssnsnt to hnlld
esteaatoa tran tka, flappomm tor-
Speakers Attack Michigan
Copper Mine Owners���
Pass Resolutions.
Attitude  of Striksrs  Endorsed���Federal Investigation of Calumet
Trouble Demanded.
Seattle, Nov. 17.���Fiery speeches
were msde ln tbe American Federation of Labor convention this afternoon
attacking the Michigan copper mine
owners whoee employees are ont on
atrlke. resolutions demanding a congressional Investigation and calling tor
contributions for tne support ot tbs
strikers were adopted and President
Samuel Gompers said thst the convention would undoubtedly adopt a resolution, if It were presented, demanding investigation of ths charges that
the Calumet and Hecla company obtained title to Ita copper lead by trend.
By tola means, said Gompers, the
workers might obtain aa adjustment
and perhaps retribution oa the company.
The Calumet strike wsa the apodal
business of the afternoon. The resolutions, which were adopted after eeveral speeches, aet torn that whereat,
the mlaa owaera have Igaered tha demands of their mea. spumed their attempts at eonct-tottoa and to maay
ways treated them with, contempt,
haeo Imported gemsnea   gad   ttag
^^^^^^^Th��e deUhesatety
blood, ensealled
St*, aad theee i.
led guttata to ***** <
minus, jeet aa wm aa a ***** tors*
bridge is eroeted poor too riser.
tea ******* -want to ��to-
Tha
chOdron; ai
"" ��Wke dletyUt aad theae tej-^aim
to wwtoto ssa
Sa* tolt
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stsToroeujoy.   -mo  psw-naams
iSE^^.^^'S^^8*
_ , ... wary wet ashed Waase
ot the moral etleet whloh the aher&ra
'posse eottfd aot produce. ��� ���    ��� ���   '""���
to.nffl-tr .ft'ft&SJs.1
showed that the Indiana aarroaadlat
toe reaegade taeden had ronaded ap
r nettle aad sheep, harvested $eir)
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m
siege.   The Indians are tal bp CjWetj
trading poet on Beaatl^l maaatoto.   <hi
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fill
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Sir.
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1911.
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TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1913.'
NEWSPAPER CATALOGUES.
The way to get business is to go after it and, while
some of the department stores of the east have set a commendable example of their whole-heated efforts to cor-
rall trade, the results are likely to be anything but satisfactory to those of the public who read the newspapers
and place faith in them.
It come sas a startling revelation to that much-re-
ferred-to individual, the man in the street, to learn that
nine big dailies in Toronto, Montreal and Winnipeg are
practically controlled by large mail-order houses.
To the man in business in a smaller way this spells
trouble and already the trade journals have taken up the
matter, urging the retailers throughout Canada to get together and, if possible, devise some means to meet the difficulty.
But the taking over of some of the big newspapers of
the east by the mail order houses creates another danger.
It brings those journals under the suspicion of being
nothing more nor less than catalogues for the businessmen who own them, sent through the mails in the guise of
newspapers, while it generally tends to cheapen the immense and helpful influence which a well administered :
press always has been recognized as possessing.   To make
WHY FRANK CHUBB
IS IN PRISON
Justice As It  la Administered In Toronto���An Englishman Who
Would Go Home.
Toronto, Nov. 17. -Because he has
two little tots of jilrls at his home, onei
who needs medical attention, and be-1
cause his wife has to got out to work,
to help support the family nf live. |
Frank Chubb, a painter, about 8E years
of age, is now located in the Toronto|
jail, where his family will not get nl
cent to add tho $1 per day that his!
wife brings In, because he kept his oldest child from school.
A   solidly   built   man    of    medium
height,  Chubb  Is of  the  better class'
or  Englishmen  who come  to Canada ]
and is miles removed from the White-
Chanel type.
"There was never any talk of me
want lng to be deported and I had
never discussed it with my wife," declared Chubb,
"For a while tilings had come a bit
hard in Canada, but we were hoping
for better ihings. I told Commissioner Starr that I had never been hi jail ���
be
th
pa;
was angry. 1 don't know whether he
lost his temper, because 1 do not know
the man well enough to understand
his temperament.
Many Mouths to Feed.
"There was just this, sir, that stopped   us   all.   With   the   little   ones   at
tome,   one  needing  attention  all   the
time,   it  was   impossible   to put them
Humor and
Philosophy
*r OVMCAM l*t. SMITH
THE PREVAILING MANIA.
TN politico and builneai deul�����
1   The thtriK Is In lho atr-
In all ihe modern walks ara found
Insurgents everywhere.
'Tit not alone In Mexico
And China (ar away;
You'll And tt running much at larg*
Here ln in* U. ti. A.
No parly la exempt from It,
No odda how firmly set
Th* microbe slyly bltea them alt.
And lhey begin to fret.
And doctrine* that tliey thought would
last
Forpver and a day
Ar* thrown Into ih* melting pot
Or rudely tossed away.
Boms regulations handed down
From those who knew the trnds
Of running governments well oiled
Are faded now and frayed.
They looked Ilk* wonders long ago.
Bul In this modern age.
When candid men ar* up a stump.
They ar* not all lho raga
But things pertaining to th* trick
Of running statea ar* not
As hopeless as they seem to ba.
For truth will mix with rot
We'll imike Improvements as we go,
Hul nothing wild or rnsh.
Kleiinwhil* rest eaey: thla old land
Of oura won't go to sidusIl
EIGHT CENTS TOR
THEATRE SEAT
Woman Ha. Project for Cheap Shows
in  London  Modelled After
Milan.
London. Nov. 17. An sight -pent theatre for London. Tragedy, driimii,
comedy, farce - Ibs, in, Saniou, Shaw,
and I'lnero, all to ho played in a peo-
! pie's theatre, where every seat In the
I Bame price eluht cents. Such Is the
I ideal of Miss Itoslua Kilippl.
I "I take my model," said Miss Klllp
'pi, "from the Theatre dl Popolo In
i Milan, whicli waB opened by Mine.
IDuse three yenrs uko as an education
and
FOR SALE��0R LEASE
ROYAL   CAPE
Lease Extremely Moderate.   For
further particulars apply
Dominion  Trust   Company
606 Columbia Street
C. S. Keith, Manager
r Starr that I had never been In jail J
efore and was surprised when he sahl ^^^
iat If I  did  not  have  the  money  to ^^
ay the fine I could po to jail.   I don't' ^     I
now  whether    Commissioner    Starr: f-y-fg l
as angry. 1 don't  know   whether he ^_
isl his temner. because I iio nol know I tx.
Possible Clew.
gains at the notion counter is dangerous. It is hard enough
on the paper directly involved, but the evil tang of the in-
tergsts behind is bound to go farther and become fastened
When a man's in love it's about as easy for him to hide
it as it is for a Scotchman to Conceal his inborn taste for
haggis and the bagpipes.
-tnd awful lot out of the single dollar
I each   day  that   my   wife  has  earned.
I As for myself, I went to places where
ithey distribute hills for 75 cents and
- ,i     * ��� ��� i _."   u   __"       Un  n~.x4m.n1-r,   '...-,r,r,ar,t  iif am'   $1.00 a (lav. but I could get no work. I
to other journals which may be entirely innocent ol anj i vent to tW mnn tromBthe board 0,
such connection whatever. |education and told him the minute
that I got a job my little girl would
eo back to school, but as it was, 1
had to have her at home to mind the
kiddies."
"Did you sneer at Canada or Commissioner Starr when you were in the
juvenile court?" asked the interview-
e.',
"N'o, sir. while things have been
hard here I have had no occasion to
sneer at anybody or anything. 1 talked
to them as civil as I am talking to
vou now. 1 hardly realized what had
happened until I pot down here and
started in to serve my sentence."
"Would you ko back to England?"
"Yes, sir, I think I would. I thought
that there was lots of work for any
man who wanted to work, and I have
wanted lo work and tried to net work,
but 1 haveir.' suoceeded, Prom what
I have seen, sir. 1 am convinced thel
there are more men out of work here
than there arc in England."
any-
If there were no rock slides in the mountains
���wouldn't the railways be hard put to it for excuses when
the trains were late?
What's the matter with the aviation business? Three
high fliers took tumbles at San Francisco on Sunday and
rot a mother's son of them was hurt. Now wouldn't that
peeve the undertakers' union ?
A little good example goes a long way. A couple of
���weeks ago Old Man Westminster climbed into his overalls
and went at the clean-up business with rakes in both hands
Now Chilliwack is going to follow suit.    .
Sunday morning there was a fire in Vancouver next
door to a wholesale grocery house. In any other business that would be the signal for a slaughter sale, but
things don't work out that way in the line of eatables
Cheerful bunch those Mexicans rebels. If you don't
happen to be on their side and they capture you, they stand
you up beside a grave in a cemetery where you can get an
uninterrupted view of about half a dozen gun muzzles and
the next thing you know the man with the spade is saying
how natural you looked.
How To Route Demon
Of Costly Living
***��� .-mtn).
1   cannot   Imd   uiy   little   dog
���nh ere."
"Have you lost that Intelligent animal Y"
"So It seem" "
"Uo lino llie restaurant aud order
sausage nnd see If It barks wben 1C
sees yuu."
lal, philanthropic sort of venture,
bus paid its way ever since.
} "Tho theatre Is situated In the Vlu
Ueinu, the thieves' quarter of the city.
I would not say that Its patrons are
I thieves, but they are blacksmith and;
street laborers and the working Classes generally. Tliere Is one price, eight '
cents, for al Ithe seals.
"Only once were the prices raised,
and that was when a company of university   students   from     I'adua    enme
'over to give a classical Greek  play
in Italian, of course.
The management thought their ordinary patrons would not like such
Classic fare, so Ihey raised 'he prices.
Bul the ordinary patrons swarmed up'
In larger crowds than ever, and when I
jthe people from the fashionable parts;
lot Milan arrived thero was not a seat I
left In the house.
"The fact Is the Italian people  will,
pay to si* a fine drama. At the Teatro
dl   Popolo  they play  IVAnnun/lit,   Du '.
man and (lalsworthy, to mention only
B    few   of   their   favorite   dramatists.
There Is a constantly changing roper- ���
tory.
"New  Milan has only about a  four!
tsenth of the number of people  nnt1
there   are   in   Loudon,   so   we   should
want more than one people's theatre I
In   London.     1   would   start  Ibe   first
one  In  Chelsea,   where  tiie nrtlst   element is strong and wouid support  us.
I  have little doubt, however, that,  we;
should  soon  have  all   1/omlon   at  our I
back.
K. H. HUCKUN,
I'r si  sad QaaX. Mgr.
N. HEAltDSI-KD.
Vloe-Prssldeal
W. r. H. BUCKUN.
���eo. ud Trsas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO, Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OP
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce
Phonee No. 7 snd S77.
WHY BUY FOREIGN CEMENT
when you can get as good, or better, manufactured In B. C, Tls.: the
the celebrated "VANt'OIU Kit" Brand, guaranteed to paas Btandsrd
Specifications of American aud Canadian Engineers' Association.
We would aleo call attention to our Vitrified Bower Pipe from
4 In. to 24 In ln diameter. This Ib aleo made In tbls Province and we
consider superior to any Imported article.
We aleo carry s stock of Crushed Itock, Washed llravel, Band.
Lime, Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere.
GILLEY BROS.. LIMITED
Phones 15 and 16.
���02 Columbia Street W.
Vtry Useful.
"lie Is cutting bis eyeieeth on a second mind uutoinotilie."
"Did he buy thut old ruttletiup bs
wns looking ut?"
That Is whnt be did."
"Well, It tins one good point."
"Whnt Is lbat'f"
"lie will never lie arrested for breaking tbe speed limit "
"But bow nboui hls using tbe street
as a garage?"
GETS    PAV  IN ADVANCE
TO EUY WINTER COAL
Toronto, Nov. IT. Is it possible lhat
the people of Canada with the greatly
increased facilities for the study of
domestic economy so close at hand,
know practically nothing about pre-
pnrlng the many savory and tasty
dishes that are possible to the thrifty
housewife, from the "rough cuts" of
the butcher shop? And yet this is
just the condition wlllch il has been
found exists, upon consulting reliable
sources of Information. The inability
or unwillingness of the greater pari of
the consuming public to use nothing
liut the best and the highest priced
veal or pork, is, moreover, a serious
consideration in th*1 minds of those
purveyors who now face the big problem of feeding Canada's millions during the coming winter at a cost to
the consumer which will be inevitably
^the highest in the history of this city.
The manager of perhaps the largest institution ln Toronto supplying
lhe people of tbis city with meat products, said that many of the smaller
dealers In meats would have the greatest difficulty during the next six
months in keeping their shops open.
"Even now." he said, "our butchers
arc at their wits' end to know how
to supply Iheir customers on a profitable basis. Kvery person asks for the
choice cuts of meat, and there is a
very, very narrow margin of profit In
this high priced trade, simply because
the greater part of a quarter of beef
or of the other meats is made up nf
the coarser and rougher cuts." The
price of live cattle, he explained, had
advanced fiftfi n per cent. In Toronto
In tho last mi -i'h, and the present
price will not ., .-ode, bnt undoubtedly will continue, to advance, throughout the winter months.
With the Increasing cosi of the live
animals, and ihe disinclination of the
people to purchase the dressed product
In any other form than "steaks." "sir-
lorn roasts" or "chops," Canada will
get a taste of "high cost of living
���which it has not yet experienced, In
the matter of butcher hills at leasl
���The wage earning consumer, ss will
ob the small corner store, which wl'l. |
Jn more self-defeni ", pats on the high |
coBt, must feel the burden weighing
vi ry much heavier than at tii" pres, nl
time, if somi sort of new economy is
not practised In the kitchen "
"lt is time," said one dealer, "that
t'i" housewives and the domestics oi
Canada awakened to the absolute  ne-
tj of utilizing the cheaper as well
us tho nourish!ing products of the
butcher shop wlilch teem in this age
to be so much despised and forsaken
If   they   COUld   get   ft   glimpse   of   Kumo
of the kitchens In Kranco or even in
Oreat Britain or any of the thrifty,
saving Kuropean countries, they would
get a lesson in the preparing of simple
'meat dlshSS from parts which are
here regarded aa waste that would be
of value in ill" present situation In
this country. Hut Canadian people
should not have to go to Krance to
learn to cook. Iterlpies may be obtained witli little difficulty, niul if false
pride were eliminated in many case:;
these wise economies would be practised."
One thrifty housewife In Toronto. In
giving her experience, told of the expressions of disgust which were made
on one occasion by her domestic when
the latter was given a couple of
pounds of brisket to prepare for dinner. "Why," she said disdainfully, "1
have been accustomed to having good
cuts In the kitchen." Tills is only ono
incident in a whole cltyful of similar
experiences,
Don't Put Off
seeking relief from the illnesses
caused by defective action of the organs of digestion. Most serious sicknesses get their start in troubles of
the Btomach, liver, bowels���troubles
quickly,  safely,  surely relieved by
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Ssld ���i.rywb.r-.  In ban, it cot*.
Minneapolis, Nov. 17.���A novel way
of filling tbe family coal bin when one
is without funds has been adopted by
William 11. Cowles, 4049 Aldrlcb ave
nue south, notary public, and onetime candidate for mayor.
Cowles, finding himself short of
ready money, decided thai as long as
people had io pay rent, ami other
moneys in advance employers should
pay in advance for work, too. So in*
sat down ami drew up a contract b"-
tween himself and prospective employer:'.
Kor the sum of 51. paid in advance.
Cowles agrees to perform labor to
that value any lime he is called on.
The contract is limited to (66.50 by
Cowles, who says that is the total
necessary to supply his winter coal
an l other Bupplles,
Gets Lawyers to Sign,
Cowles Is busy making tlie rounds
*,' the attorneys 'offices for men of
'his profession are the chief signers
of the contract. Cowles Berves papers
md does other work for lawyers. Hei
estimates the -value of serving one
Daper ;,i BO cents, so agrees to handle
two Bucb documents for the 51 paid]
In advance,
"Only   send   me     a     postal     card,";  |SS||
Cowles  told  one siu-ii'T today,  "anil
I'll be Johnny on the   ipol
cowles is moi finding it difficult to
Secure the 01 attorneys to fill out. his
"i ntract
Pert Young Thing.
"Mr BlIfTklns Is a good young man.
I daughter. I want you to gue blm
; proper attention "
"All right, dad. I'll Introduce blm to
i my spinster aunt She'll give blm
, wonderful uttentlon."
Awful Rampage.
"Did  von  nave high  water In your
| town Ihls spring?"
"I should any we did."
"Some tlood wus It?"
"Well, it enme over my rubbers."
"MY STOMACH IS FINE
Since Taking Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets'*
Mrs. J. Merkhuger, Waterloo, Ont.,
enthusiastically recomnieuds Na-Dru-Co
Dyspepsia Tablets, I lcr experience with
them, as she outlines it, explains why.
"I   was  greatly   troubled   with my
stomach", she writes.    "1 hsd taken so
much medicine that I might say to take
any   more   would   only  be making it
worse.    My stomach just Mt raw.    I
read of Na-Dni-Co Dyspepsia Tablets,
and a lady Mend told me they were
very easy to take, so I thought I would
give them a trial and reallv they worked
wonders.      Anyone   having  anything
wrong with his stomach  should   give
Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets a trial,
they will do tlie rest.    My stomach is
] fine now and I can eat any food."
I -   One of the many good features of
: Na Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets   is that
| they are so pleasant and easy to take.
i The relief they  give from heartburn,
i flatulence, biliousness and dyspepsia i.
I prompt and permanent.   Try one after
I each meal���they'll make you feel like
' a new person.
50c.  a box at  your druggist's compounded   by   tbe   National   Drug and
Chemical   Co,   of   CaBsda,   Limited,
I  Montreal. 1*4
FALL GOODS.
Call and inspect our fall [
lines and new fall styles and J
place your order now.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
MUSIC.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
P.O. Box 34 Dally Newe Bldg
J. T. BURNETT'S PRINT SHOP
IMKS     <*..   ti.    b'lKHKK,   Tl.w'IIKIl
I    pianoforte,   harmony Hint staging,
1     pits   mi,',*,*snfuly   pretRirsd   'er
I     [UMI III It   A. SI. and It. C. It. I
i    apply S0> Third avenue.
Ol''
Pu-
xitmiua-
r tsrtn-S
MUS   ELLA C,   HAlttiY. TEACHER OT
JOB   PRINTING
of sll kinds.
Prices right.    Satisfaction guaranteed
St McKenzie St.
Plano-ortp;  241  Keary Ml.
mlnater.
AUOITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
H.   J.   A.    BUKNMT.   AUDITOIt     AW��
Accountant. Tel, It. 12*. it'ium I, 11.ut
Block.
SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL.   MINING
OIILATIONS.
Rl
P. II. Bmlth. W. J. Orovea.
AUU1TOR8 AND ACCOUNTANTS.
! Work on,', , !.ik-n In city and mit-hls-
points. -ll-l_ Westminster Trust 111*1*.
I'li.me   3��4.     P.   O.   Hot   607.
FRATERNAL.
NTKRNA'I IONAL HTKAM  ANO OPISR-
n'lllK     KliSinecl H,    luteal    (41,     mOSta    Ilk
I-itior Tfinpt-8 every llr��i nnd iliuifc
Thursday <>r in,- month. 11 Mci,uiiict,iin.
preat-tent;  w. c. Saunders,    secretary,
P. O   Run tit.
Just Right.
"Whnt nils nlm. iinywny?"
"He is too strong to work."
"How about resting."
������lii- is atrong tor tbiiL t',o. but not
too strong."
On-.* Each Time.
"I   nm   looking   for a  place to turn
ovei mv money."
"luvest iu n loop the loop railway."
The Miser.
He died.    VCp fcr:ow not where he went.
To what strange, nameless bnurtia.
lie only live,) fnr cent per cent,
lao il,.r_ w_i-<_ few to mourn.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Some young people seem  to regard
rourishlp und mni riage us simple pas-
When money miks It ts generally to
iu order.
New Wellington
COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Office,  554   Front Street.
Foot of  Sixth  Street,
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
COAL MININO rights of the Dapilnlc.
In Manitoba. Buskatc-hewan and Albert!
ihe XUKon Territory, the Nnrtliw-nst Tei
rltorlfe in,,1 tn 1, itortlon of ttie Provtno
of Brltleb Columhla, may be leaaed for 1
ivrm of twenty-one years at an annua
rental of tl aii acre. Not more Uian -it'
acres wlll be leased to one spi,,Hoar-*.
Application for a lease must be mad
hy the applicant In persou to the Agio
or Hub-Agent of the district In ��hl_b th
rlKhte applied for are situated.
In surveyed territory the land must b
described   by  sections,  or  legal  suh-dlvt
NKW WK.-.1MIN8TKI! LdlMiB NO I,
B A P. O. nf Elks of the ll of C, meet
the first and third Thursday at 8 p. m..
K. of P Hall. Eighth street. A Well*
Oray. Exalted Ruler; P. IL Bmlth. 8eo-
retary.
L. O. O. M.. NO. SSL���MEET!) Of*
first, second, third and fourth Wednesday In cacti montb at S p. tn..
In the Mooee Home. 11. J. N'uiny.
dictator; F. E. Jones, secretary.
IP iiihiinirt'Ts of lodge In See Houses
comer of Fourth and Carnarvon streeta.
I (). O. F. AMITT LODOB NO. 17���The.
.Ions of sections, and In unsurveyed te, I .^{"q T"i?�� ,;'h,*dm'-Jerv"Mon.ui-
ritory   the   tract   applied    for    ahall    b ILJi* -"'S o'cloeli In Slid PVMows' Half
staked out by the applicant hlm.elf. 1 ,"!?��� ,r Viraa "on snd   Etoh h   stn!!^
Each  appll-Hl^n   mt,,,,   be uccompe'ile. i $Kr^SwhS��     irdlSny     Inv7.ed
toy a.fee of 15 which will be refund*   I ���. A. 5,.rrllhew, NO.; II. W   Sangste-
pilfHi for ar* not iiVfitlfitm | */   n ���  w   n_   PMiham   ���   ���       ���
ihu r_Khtn appl:        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
but   not   otherwt*e.     A   royalty   atsa.ll    b
. paid  on   the   merchants bt a  output  of  th
mine at lhe rati* nf five c*nta per ton.
>    The   peraon   opnruitnff   the   mine   thai
fumlMh   thf   Agent   with   svorn   return
uncotintlnff  for  the  Cull  quantity of  mer
chu ntable  coal   mlnei  and  pay  the  roy
airy   thereon.   If  the  coat   mlnlnff    rl*U.
* nr�� not b'tng operated such returnsahou!*
iif   furrtW'hfil   Ht   least  once  a  year.
;     The  ini**- wlll Include the c��al  tnlnlm
' rlytitn  only,   but   the   Iea_*��>e   wtll   t��>   per
1 mltted   to    purchaM    whatever    avallnbl
' mirface  right*  may   ba oonaldert-d  necea
, nary for tho working of the mine at th
I rate of $10 an acre.
M����,'  ii���i,nrt��ri   l-'ull  Rn It In ea now nn !     Kor ful1  Information application rtiouh
New  Imported  full OUllinga now on , hp rnftl!e to th(t g^j^-JJ of j��a Depart
irient of the Interior, Ottawa, or lo anj
Agent or Hub-Agent of Dominion Land*
W. W. COItT,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorised publication of tht
'iilvertlntMirni  wlll not be paid for.
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
display. See them. Perfect tit anil
aorkmanslilp guaranteed. Prices from
Mx.lin UD.    7111   Krniit Slreet.
L'n |il(l tins
IS    ll"I    lu   Ire
i lie,i,   mixed
siunull-f,
��� um n.v cfiptlveH that It
iiinleretl nl Unit tie gPIS
p uiiu mis-mated > i<
MALTESE  IMMIGRANTS B^^
VICTIMS  OF   BJMCO   MAN I
Victoria, No-.-. 17.���Claiming thai
they were "il to emigrate to Brll
liritish t'oluinliia on the promise that
when tbey arrived bere thsy would
tm assured of Ht'ipie employment, at
t rate of net leBs than k'i per diem,
fifty-one Maltese reached tfie |,rov-
Inco aboul iwo months ii-'u and a
number of them came on to Victoria.
Seven of the foreigners are now In
i'li" city. They are absolutely destitute nnd ,'ire being given their dally
menl-. by lh" police depart ment.
The pll-zht of the Immigrants han
%neii  hrought  lo ihe attention of the
federal Immigration officials in the
hone that something may be done for
them.
Tlie Maltese allege that earlier in
the year fifty-one Of them were met by
a Canadian, a Dr, Montnagla, or Montgomery, st Malta, and arrangementa
were made with him whereby each
naid him LUfi and were given transportation through to British Columhla. All accommodation wss to he
furnished them and all expenses met
en route.
"Dr. MontnagiG," pr he styled himself, caine nlong with lhe party, hut
after arrival on thin coast he suddenly
disappeared and is now believed, by
the police, tn lie In California.
ll   Is stated  th-'t rnt  Of each  i"i'i'
grant's contribution he secured nbout
CD. and wilh Ibla money he levanted.
in the meantime the Immigrants on
arrival here were unable to secure
work and liielr Inability to speak the
language nnd the condition of the labor market lies placed them In s ne-
rhiiis plight.
ll m lng im
It he more ul
li' IU
l SO et|n
en joyn lii
nsfre wuuld
The lie* tlnn people tell iiliont ils
ii ren i sti [no nr-lo'iv lint when tomi*
une sets right down to lirui* uiel;* ami
gue -iniight link ntioui us
tiegin*-
it a different.
People are si
cant    tell    llie
wtiere you go.
much alike that ynu
difference,   no   matier
CANADIAN PACINI
RA!lWAY<C0.
When you take your
Eastern Trip
you   may   as  well   travel   in  comfort
and ai minimum cost.   We can prove
tliis.   Call on
B. UOUl.BT, Agent.
New WasttnlDSt*
II.  W.  HltODIK. Q.  P.  A..  Vsiicoiivh?
Westminster
Transfer Co.
_ fflcs  Phone  119.      Barn  Phon.  117
���sgble Street.
I   v. a.i"mr. c.''dtXihahx't*. a. r-sodrs
Inx necrctarv J. W. IdacDtmald. financial  secretary.
FUNERAL   DIRECTORS.
w. k. kai.bh���Pltmsar run-rr��i nirtotat
sml Rnhalmer. Ill-Ill Acnce strsst.
oppoMi... C-arnegls Library.
ItB.    DOWBI.I.    ISWCEHHOR    TO    CBN-
,    ter *   llimtm   Ltd I���l**uner*l dtrMton
I     und nnbnlm-ars.    Parlors -tu& Columbt*
street.    New   Wesiminster.    Phons ISI.
BOARD  OF  TRADE.
HiMltli OF TIIAIlH���NKW WKHTSIIN-
ster Hoard of Trade meets In the boar*
nxmi, City Hall, ss follows: Third Friday of each month; quarterly meeting
on the third Krlday of February. Hsf.
August and November st I n.m. Att-
nual   mcetlnse on the third   Friday ol
February.   If.   H.  Stuart   Wads.	
taiy.
Bsggsgs Delivers** Promptly to
any part of ths elty.
light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, ft C
A mouse nntl a woman mnke a com-
tjliiiitlou mat Is hind to catch.
When n girl marries she expects to
revolutionize housekeeping In her little world and amaze all her friends.
It Is ensler to get out of fashion than
to keep in nnd mucb more comfort'
a nie.
Maybe fortune doesn't play nnv r��-
unites, but she'll nave to let some uf
uk In on tbe Inside to prove It to ui
Nobody wss ever convicted ot ueg-
i��"'t ot duty when duty was pitying
iii pet cent on the lurestmenL
INOTI CE
Colonial  Censorship.
Return S'rong���I notice that the
selectmen have stopped tbe new play
at the show house.
Preserved Flsh--Ves. the language
was too violent, T'ie heroine said "Oh,
(le !" and the villain srd "Curses!"
ALTERATION OF RUNNING SCHEDULE  OF   INTERURBAN   LINE
TO VANCOUVER, VIA CENTRAL  PARK,  AND  OF   FRA9ER  VAL-
LEY DIVISION.
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, NOV. 2, 1913.
(Subject to change without notice)
WE8TMIN8TERVANCOUVER (VIA  CENTRAL   PARK.)
Sunday schedule���Trains leave New Westminster at 6, 7, 7:30, 8,
S*30 and 9 a.m., nnd every 20 minutes    thereafter    until    8:30    p.m.,
After 8:30 service every 30 minutes wllh   laat car  leaving  at  midweek day schedule���Trains leave New Westminster at 6, 5:45, 6,
0-15, ��:30, ti:-ir>, 7, 7:15, 7:30, 7:45 and 8 a.m., and every 20 minutes
until 4 p.m..    From 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. a 15 minute service wlll he
given.   After 8:30 p.in. a 30 minute service with last ear nl midnight.
Saturday service���Early morning schedule thn same as on  week-
dnvs, but after 8 a.m., a 15 minute service  will be given  until  midnight.
FRASER VALLEY DIVISION.
Through lralnn for Chllllwack lea-vc Nnw Westminster dally nt
0:30 a.m. und 1:10, 3:35 and 5:45 p.m.. Trains leave Chllllwack dnlly
for return trip at 6:10 a.m. and 9:30 n.m. nnd 1:10 and 6:46 p.m.
Dally Express service to Chllllwack from New Westminster at 9:50
a.m. and 3:35 p.m.
URIT1SH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER.
SPECIFICATIONS, AOHBBMBNTB OF
Sal", Deeds, Business Letters, etc.: circular wnrk specialist. All work strlctljr
r,,nn_.'iHhil. II. Harry, room 411 Wsst-
tnluster Trust Blk.   Phone 701.
PROFESSIONAL.
CORBOULD. GRANT * McCOI.U BA��-
rlHters Solicitors, sto. 40 Lorne Street.
New Westminster. II. K. Corbould, K.
C.    J. H. (Irani.    A. K   MeColl.
ADAM SMITH JOIINKON.  IIARRIHTKR-
iii law. Snih-Hoi, etc. Hollcltor for tha
Hunk of Vancouver, Offices: Merchants Hank Hulldlns. New Westminster in:, Telephone No. 1070. Cabin
iidilreHH "Johnston." Code Western
Union.
w.   P.
HANSFORD,
RARRfHTRH
,   SO-
llrllnr
, etc.,  Colllster
Illock.
r Col-
innl,In
unit AlcKi'itsle streets.
New
West-
nihiNti
r.   UC.     P,   O
.   Hox
lit,
Tete-
I'll,,!],'
344.
WMITRHIDGI, RDMONDR h WHITB-
side ��� Barristers snd -Solicitors, West-
mlnster Trust BIk��� Columbia street.
New Westminster, B. C. Cable editress
     Western   Unlbn.
"Whiteside,
Drawer    200.
Whlteelde, K. O.
Whiteside.
Telephone   SI.
H. U  Kdmonds,
P.   a.
W.   .T.
D.
J. HTII.WKLI, CI.ITTB, BsrHster-st-lsir,
solicitor, eta.; oornsr Columbia enr
McKensle streets, Nsw Westminster,
ll. C.   P. O. Boa 111.    Telephone   71*.
J. P. HAMPTON BOI-B. RAHRtSTBR
Hollcltor and Notary. Office* Hart
block, II Lorne street. New WsstmlB-
ster. B. C.
McQtTARRIB, MARTIN * CA8SADT,
Barristers nnd Solicitors. SOS to SIS
Westminster Trust Block. O. H. Uar*
tin, Vi. Q. ItcQuarrto and George b
Cassady. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE THREE
6ISIEY MUTING
NOT ENDANGERED
Idle Rumor of Friction Is Laid at Rest
���Date Set for 1914 Gstlv
.      ering,
AcinrilliiK to mi old country ex-
Ohsnge,      LlruttMiaut-Coluni-l      CrOSSO,
secretary of tht National nine assool-
atlon, statss thai Colons] sir Bdward
Ward, permanent undersecretary of
StatS ut thf war office, Iiiih accepted
nn'tnlieislilp on the eouncll of the N.
It A. Ill view of tlie persistent rumors ot friction exlBtlng between the
Wat office and the National Hlfle as-
soclation, which wus likely to affect
lhe future of thu BlSlS? meetings and
hss been u disturbing topic among
riflemen during the past, year, the an
Douneement will be particularly pleasing to Illnley votaries In Canada.
Colons! Crosse also announced thai
the next Blsley meeting tins beon fix
td to open July 13. thua vindicating
the experiment of this year when the
great meeting opened on July 14, or
Jut! one week later Ihan was lhe for-
nn.- custom,
In conclusion the secretary said that
tne following resolutions as to slulit-
ln�� bIioIb had been adopted by hls
council:
I- That before Individual competitions in which each Hhoi is separately signalled nnd which Is uot Bhot for
shoulder to shoulder, one compulsory
nor.-couvertllile sighting Shot he taken.
'.' - There Is to lie no sighting ahot
before those "A" competitions. In
which each shut Is not separately sig-
nalled; nor In any "B" competition;
nnr  In   "<"'  compi'itlons  before    the
shooting; nor in "i>" competitions be
fnre shoulder to shoulder shooting.
'.'.    lu   match-rifle    compel it Ion    the
target will have a central twenty-four |
Inches In diameter, to be marked with
a "V" which will count six.
4���In service rifle competitions the
bull's eye at 500 yards will be reduced from eighteen to -sixteen inches
dlameie:.
The council have decided to send a
Hritish rifle team to Australia next
year, and have appointed Colonel Harlow commander, and Mr. J. P, Somers
shooting captain.
GOING  TO   HIS  MOTHER
WHEN   HE   WAS   ROBBED
Ottawa, Nov. 1". When Albert
Marchland gave his reasons for steal
Iiik a ride on the train from Hroad
street station to the central station.
Ms story sounded highly Improbable
In the police court, lt was to the et
feet ihai tie had received S letter
trr-an his mother In Montreal, who was
dying ln this he was requested to
come home as ���quK'kly as possible.
Mnrchiind was working In ono of
Booth's lumber camps In the fpper
Ottawa and Immediately drew enough
money to tide him over his trip.
On arriving at the Hroad stie.-t station he met three men who invited
hlm for a drink after ht had asked
tho way to the Central station. After
the drink, on preteiiBe of showing the
way, they lund him Into a nearby lumber yard and relieved '.ilm of 110 which
he had left. Then tliey jumped on a
passing rig.
In drsperation Marchand attempted
lo steal a ride to Montreal, but was
picked off by the 0. T. It. constable
end run In.
As lhe result of tils Btory nn investigation was inad__-_ind Russell Mullen, of Ottawa, was arrested and
Charged with the theft. The arrest
was followed by a description of one
of the men given by Marchand.
IDAHO CAR SHORTAGE  IS
HARO ON POTATO CROP
W. E. FALES' QUITS THE FURNITURE BUSINESS
BALANCE OF STOCK MARKED DOWN
The word goes forth to "clear the decks" for holiday shoppers. So overboard with all merchandise at deeply
cut prices. We have no time to lose. So here for bargains galore. Only a short time more and this momen-
' tous sale will be a thing of the past. The stock is fast disappearing. Some lines completely sold out. Practice
forethought and preparedness NOW by purchasing useful and acceptable gifts for Christmas giving, at about
half regular prices. Everything in the store will be sacrificed with no regard for cost or loss. You owe it to
yourselves to attend this great final clearance and join in this great harvest of bargains, for never will such
an opportunity to SAVE come your way again.
W. E. FALES, opp. Carnegie Library, the Iver Smith Sales Co. in charge
PRESIDENT WILSON
AND THE REPORTERS
Mini nnd cool the corridors, spacious '
and airy the hall, In which some twenty men were standing or sitting about,
rihatttng and evidently watting Exactly at lhe hour of three there wsb a
movement. Some signal was given,
and all walked informally Into a
Inrtte, pleasant room where, behind a
hlg writing table, with hls hands on
the back of a chair, the spare-featured
master Ol the house, a man of middle
! ace and middle height
ready to receive.
The  house   was  the White   House;
for biting retort.    From topic to topic
the discussion  ranses. "Shall  you do I
SO-and-ao, Mr.  President ?"    "Nc, sir"
itvery   emphatic).    "Will   you   tell   us
what action the administration means
to take In X land?"    "When the time
conies" (with a smile). "Do you think |
'it is true. Mr. President, that certain
things  have happened    In    Y-many."
."All our Information is to that effect."
1    Of course, the president must not be
was Standing {quoted directly.    The reception is ln
1 no sense an honor to use what he tells
them  with  discretion.    And  they are
Ihe master of It, the president of the   discreet.    Kach one knows tbat lf he
lulled stales, and be was holding one i were not he   would   be  received     >m
of his weekly receptions of newspaper
men, receptions Which have no parallel outside the United StateB, and
which mark a point worth notice In
tbe history of relations between governments and tbe press.
Talking to Journalists.
There stood the chief magistrate of
one world's moBt powerful nations, the
president, chosen upon his merits by
ninety millions of people to hold the
-   rhest  office in the republlo     There
more. Sometimes tbey chafe at knowing more than they can Bay, or rather
' more than they can quote the president as saying.    Uut that Is not often
, for he Is an adept at seeming to be
communicative when he Is really not
telling them anything at all. Still, in
a general way the meetings are useful. Men who are In personal touch
wllh the head of the state are not Inclined to hasty or violent criticism.
It Is an advantage that the Washing-
Moscow, Idaho, Nov. 17- "The short-
are of cars to handle the great crop,
of potatoes and apples of southern
Idaho Ib a much more Berlous matter
than tho public la aware of." stated j
A. P. Hilt, special field statistician of
the department of agriculture for Idaho and Montana, who ls In MOSCOW
from his home In Welser. Mr. Hitt
has lived InHda'.io for fot ty years and
has made frequent trips to every
county In Idaho and Montana. He
savs there has never before been anything like the amount of tonnage now
awaiting shipment.
"1 undertake to aay ind Will report
that the Oregon -Sh^rt Une railroad
oystem ard IU branches, which Is the
only syrtem serving that vast region,
���ran not furnls'i enough oars and power
tn handle the potatoes and apples
alone In time to prevent grest losses
to tho farmers.
"Idaho Falls alone has 2,500 cars of
potatoes. Twin Falls will have 2,300
cars of potstoes: between Welser and
Bolae there are 2,000 cars of fruit for
shipment. v     k
"The situation csn be remedied by
the Interstate commerce commission
compelling the Oregon Short l.lne to
permit other rsllrosds to send their
trains over Its trseks to move what
the Short Une can not handle.
e!0AM..TCAN;THT��;tf|R|EDTW0
he stood to be Questioned, heckled even, ton corresopndents, upon whom tbe,
by the men who made publlc opinion,! country depends for Its political news
Every Thursday at three he meets - and vlewa-shou d be able to seek
writers for morning Journals. Kvery . Information at the founUln bead, even
Monday at ten the evening papers can If they do not often get lt. ror tne
send their representatives to see him.   president the benefit is more obvious.
President Wilson enjoys It. He feels He can prepare public opinion, tor
Ilk* a professor again, with a class ot measures which mlg.it.othewWtM
easer students round him asking ques- startling. He can correctJ��fct��ken
tions, calling upon him to straighten 'judgment. Hy SkWtalty *WWJ������
out difficulties, suggesting possible a��ets he can sound thejdepts or ns-
solutlons of tangled historical skeins,  tional prejudice or s*nt,���fn,'i .
He likes to set hi. wits against those President *�����"�������*"��*n._ l�� __\
of hls questioners. A master of dla- very much within himself. Hei Is a man
leetle. lie Is Rlad to exercise his gift,  of few  friends.  He entertains.little
The recentlon hss no formalylty | Even those few who come icloses to
about It. The president haa Just come him seldom pass * *��" tato ���������" ��f
in from the garden, lt seems. He wears * reserve. The oountryJ���**,""���*
white trousers and rubber shoes. Just anything abou, btra E'��TJ)^��*
| behind him Is a big bay window. Tbe pis ask "What sort of mroan le beT
glimpse of leafy alleys and smooth If they could sec hlm ����*ae pWM
lawns  and   glowing  autumn  borders receptions  they  would  drop the no-
IBWni    untl    Blowing    miumu    mwwwi   ��� ���"" .        ��� _s--.��t*     -i-xarttAt,
makes one fancy he wlll be glad to get tion  that  he  ts a pedantlc     profes-
back  to It  again.    For the  moment,  serial" person,  as most o fthem be-
���Mlnneapolls, Minn., Nov. 17.���The
full realisation of his set In committing bigamy came to Arthur B. tarter,
���on-ln-law ot ���ex-Congressman Frank
M Nye. after being arraigned before
Judge Jelley and he broke down com-
nletely as he sntered the county Jail.
To his father, Oeorge Cart��r and
Attorney H. W. Benton. Carter aald
he wae guilty aa charged by the grand
Jury, but could offer no excuse for
bis conduct. Attorney Benton eald
Carter would plead guilty and throw
himself on the mercy ot the court.
After the meeting with bis father
the younger Carter came Into the Jail
corridor with streaming eyes, and
could t;.lk but Inooherentttr.
"1 can't explain; I Just did It, that a
all." he aald. "I aeem to be ln a date
"nd can't remember." He walked to
bis cell sobbing end threw himself
onto the naftow .all cot .
The father conferred with Judge
Jslley and asked that the boy be allowed to visit his Invalid mother and
to see his three children. He probably wlll be given permission to see
members of his family before being
sentenced.
however, he ls entirely st the service
of the newspaper men. While they
move in and form a half circle before
him he looks down at his table, at the
neatly arranged papers, the Jar of car
nations, the green Jade-shaded lamp
whlch'telsl of work far Into the night.
As soon as the noise of feet ceases he
glances up hnd around. A keen glance
through his glasses. He is trying to
Judge their temper. Have they come
In a hostile mod? Are they fwlng to
demand Information which he haa no
Idoa of giving them? Do they want
to discuss fiuestlons upon which he
has not made up his mind? Clearly
he Is satisfied as to their mood st present. He smiles genially and opena the
conversation himself.
This Is unusual.   Aa a rule the waits
for one of his vlstora to begin. Tliey
are always quite ready. There Is no
shyness sbout speaking.   Often two or
three start together.   But today he Is
pleased by a piece of news from Mexico.   The affairs ot tbat country have
I been occupying him for many weeks
I past.    Hls policy hss-been severely
criticised.   Some blame him for making the United States ridiculous; others for exposing them to the risk of
war. for which they art unprepared.
Today ho can claim that, after all. his
method   links   like  being   sucesssful.
Yet Instantly he ts put on the defensive   "Whet would you do. Mr. President If .     "Siwooslng, Mr. President,
thst there should be ..." He smiles
with an odd little twlat of his lips.
���'We won't deal wltb ifa and suppositions," he answers.   "Mt us keep to
tho situation sa It ts today."
No Official Hautaur.
He talks wllth good humor and apparent frankness, without any official
pompositv or intellectual hauteur. So
long as he feels tbat a man Is honestly  seeking after  guidance  he  Is
kindly  and courteous.    Should questions thinly veil crltclsm. he stiffens.
His tone becomes sharper.   His eyea
glesn frostily. Wltb tlght-llnped -aar>
cam  ���*) ripostes, and generally scores
a hit.   ', might be though that a gath-
erli . ot newapaper men (who are not
Heve. They would discover him to be
one upon whom natural dignity sits
with esse; who ts not afraid to measure his wits and bis Information with
those of hla critics; who la willing to
discuss hls policies with pstlence and
good temper, never playing Sir Oracle
or taking up the "I'm not a-argulng
with yer; I'm a-telllng of yer* 't one.
Everybody haa a mental image of Colonel Rooaevelt, not often correct, but.
ao far aa It goes, clesr. Everybody
kftew "Big Bill Taft." The prealdent Is
still an enigma. To him therefore, per
sonal relations with thoae whose business It Is to inform the nation are specially useful-���more useful Indeed thsn
they are to the newapaper men. The
gain directly, by having ttaelr sense of
responsibility heightened, and by realising more vividly tbe burden laid upon one wbo to a man even aa they are,
not an executive machine.
SUPPLY KOUR MS
Sell Your Property
Rent   Your Rooms
THROUGH  A  CLASSIFIED  AD.  IN
CONCILIATION WILL
SOLUTION
THE PAPER THAT BRINGS RESULTS
Ulster's Threats te  Refues to  Pay
Taxee Not Taken Seriously In
Home Rule Campaign.
London, Nov. 17.���The Home role
controverey baa made a little progress
this week. Mr. Baulfour's speech a
week ago was generally regarded aa a
aet back to conciliation, but tew people bere doubt that, despite sst-backa,
conciliation will ultimately -prevail.
Ulster a-dvocSWt In the British press
continue endeavoring ta make our
blood creep by curdling stories as to
wbat win happen In tbe early future.
According to the Tlmee' Dublin aorre-
spondent tbe government Is seriously
alarmed by the recent developments la
Ulster. The Dublin Castle authoritlee
���
Those who use THE NEWS ads. say they do
the work-RESULTS COUNT
Send in your want ads. by phone or mail, or
send your children with them. The youngest
S. i
child receives the same courteous treatment
as the largest advertiser.
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*mmmm*ms%**-tma*m**swm**ms*smmmsLmmmsm^
declaring they wonld refnaa to pm ed te *������ bosse rule aoheasa? Wta_t
uses It -Maw nils came, haa been re- ispUhls efts* can aa* csMetvaete aa-
garded bora ae an aatMtahs. -tar da* a*ar aay ***** mt* tea* ���*�����
lish folks aay that If t�� t-Wnteft ertfee aa tha poGt.il att������r
rebellion only emooats to aon-tai x**** tfaaavhUa lha vltaf tadtthtf aba
lag. they ar* placed taHaafetely aaam u&HStaaMoa te ********* EL MM
no nr��, noi | are "gravely oonoemed. Their reporta,-���
remarkable for reverence anywhere, i from Ulster leave them no doubt wat; lln
least of all In the United Statea) Ulster can and wHl light it home ral* *"**
wonld sometimes In sueh*   oonversa-'Is foroed ot her; ,. ��� >
tlons try to "pull the presidents leg."!   Wednesday's demoneirnthMj^ltJK
But they know too well bis aptitude ster business men, with ita rfWattaas
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1913.
Fresh Water and Salt
WESTMINSTER PORT
PACIFIC COAST
M.C.M. 10 BE NAME
,   OE NEW MAYERS TUG
Machinery    to    Be     Installed
Launching Next Week���Will
Used for General Towing.
After
Be
In about five weeks' time lhere will
be a new tug on the river; she will
he the M. C, M, owned by Captain J.
Mayers and In charge of his brother.
Captain F, Mayers, ths present skipper of the Fearless, owned by the
same concern.
The machinery for Captain Mayers'
new tug, now being built at the Westminster Marine Railway company's
yards, arrived hers yesterday and was
unloaded at the Vulcan iron works.
The engine bed will be laid and the
hull launched at the end of a week or
so. Then at the Vulcan works the
machinery will be placed in position.
Heavy cranes are necessary as one
piece of machinery weighs seven tons.
The boiler is a duplicate of the one
aboard the John A. I.ee, and is built
for 150 pounds pressure. The hull is
76 by 17 by S feet The name M. C. M.
nre the Initials of Captain Mayers'
little daughter.
When ready for work the M. C, M.
will be used for general lug work aod
in   bringing  conl   tn  this   port.     Last.!
winter a tug had to be hired to assist
the Fearless, but this will not now be I
necessary.
Captain Mayers Is not yet prepared
to announce lhe name of the skipper:
who will take charge of the Fearless J
when Captain F. Mayers goes aboard :
the M. C. M,
JAP  FISHING  VESSEL
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Nanalmo, Nov. 17.-A Japanese
Ashing launch was burned to the
water's edge Saturday night, the craft
taking lire from Home unknown cause
while moored in the Inlet near Hirst's
wharf.
Tlle presence of live barrels of gasoline aboard the boat made it dangerous to attempt to light the flames and
after the craft had been towed away
from otber boats anchored In the Inlet the flames were allowed to devour
the eral't at their leisure. The loss
will amount to several hundred dollars.
J.  F.  Lyons.    After a honeymoon onl city, contributed special articles to a
Vancouver island Mr. and Mrs. Hinns I special edition of "The New Westinin-
wfll reside at HUl  Broadway west.
MARSHALL���MACKENZIE.
At the First Presbyterian church,
Vancouver, on Sunday evening, the
marriage of Miss Margarel Marshall,
daughter of Mrs. A. M. Marshall, one
of the city's early pioneers, and S. A.
Mackenzie, of ltniny Hiver, Ont,, was
solemnized by Hev. Dr. Kraser. pastor
of the church. Miss WHOM Hlack
was bridesmaid and Robert Montgomery best man. Mrs. Marshall gave
away the bride and later held a reception at 1075 Howe street, which was
attended by a large company of
friends. Following the reception supper, Mr. and Mrs, Mackenzie departed
by motor car for Ihelr home at New
Westminster,
ster Fourth Estate" which, like O. |
Henry's "Rolling Stone," appears at
Irregular intervals, Tho work of art,
which was profusely decora'ed with
| illustrations connected with the life
iof the guest since the age of three
��� was  gotten  out  by  the  assistance of
J. j. Randolph.
.1. W. Cunningham was valedictorian,
the presentation of a handsome
'leather bound chair, the gift of fifteen
newspaper men of the city aud di*
trict, even reaching as far west as
[Nanal-QO, being In the hands of Robb
Sutherland. Mr. nest responded
solemnly.
Letters of regret were rend from
several newspaper friends of the
guest, Including 0, A. Sutherland,
managing editor of the Nanaimo
Herald.
EIP10SI0N EATAL
TO WAITER BATT
Youth Injured on Egeria Oies In Hospital���Other  News from   Vancouver City.
HUERTA COMPLETES
HIS NEW CONGRESS
(Continued trom page ouei
OBITUARY.
OUR INDIAN POETESSL
Good Halibut Catch.
ME1.VIN-Yesterday    morning    tin    The Late Pauline Joins-    Was a Fes-
death occurred of Margaret Jane Mel-
Reporting a very  rough  trip of B9|vln, Infant daughter of Rev. and Mrs
days, the halibut Ilshing steamer Kingfisher arrived In Vancouver at 4 a.m:
yesterday   with    109,000     pounds    of
| halibut.    The fish were taken  in two
jdays.
Additional Locals
Xmas Cheer for Hospital.
At a meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the Hoyal Columbian hospital
held in the Y. W. ('. A. yesterday, lt
was decided to continue the annual
custom of presenting gilts to patients
at the hospital at Christmas time and
a commute consisting of Mrs. W. H.
Klson, Mrs. Houghton and Mrs. li.
Sutherland waa appointed to arrange
for contributions. It is hoped lhat the
public will meet the appeal for assistance in the same manner as they
have done in years past. Mrs. Klson
and Mrs. H. Sutherland were appointed the visiting committee for the
month. Mrs. A. ('. Eddy occupied the
chair at yesterday's meeting.
Cordon Melvin, 420 Seventh street. In I
the afternoon the funeral was held lo
the   Fraser   cemetery.     Rev.    E.     C>. '
Thompson   of   Knox   church,   was   in
charge of the service.
STAGE FEVER ENDS
IN SUICIDE
Children, Thwarted In Ambition,
Death  Pact and  Disappear.
Sign
FISHERY LAUNCH ELK IS I    Get your skates sharpened at Ceo.
CARRIED  FROM   MOORINGS |Speck's, 626 Columbia street.      (2_5_|
I'aris, Nov. 17.���Two men who went!
fishing in the Seine before daybreak
were surprised to find the corpse of
one young girl and then that of an-
Other at the end of their lines. The
bodies were taken to the morgue, and
early In the morning a man came to 1 verse
Identify t'.ieni, anil revealed a strange
story of disappointed stage ambition.
Two other children of his were missing,  and  It   Is  feared  that  they  also
With  Her Went   the Boathouse    She
Was Kept in Here.
The fishery launch Elk is missing.
and wilh her has gone her boathouse
usually moored In the slip near
Sehaake's machine works. Yesterday
a fishery patrol boat searched the
river for the outfit, but apparently
with  little results.
It is supposed that during Saturday I
night's high wind the moorings of the |
boathouse parted and the out-going ���
tide on Sunday morning took the j
house with It, down to the gulf. By
���some it is though-, the bouse and boat I
have lodged In some backwater or
slough and that they will be found
within the week.
Skating cessions at Queens park
every week day frcm 3 to 5 in the
afternoon and 8:15 to 10:30 in the
evening. Band in attendance every
evening. 12423)
For plumbing, heating    and
metal work consult Merrlthew ,_.
say. Eighth    and    Carnarvon streets
I'hone  586. (23631
INSTALL  NEW BOILERS.
B. C. Packers' Tug Tyee Goes to Vancouver for  Repairs.
On Sunday morning the..tug Tyee
or the li. C. Packers was taken from
this port to Vancouver to have new
boilers installed. She was brought to
the city market wharf on Saturday
from the boneyard on Lulu island.
The Tyee met with an accident near
Rivers inlet some months ago.
Sale for "The Queen."
The   sale  opens  at   11   o'clock   thi
morning I Ityall's I
Ilonbon  Umd,"  Now that    rehearsals
are drawing  very  close  to  Thursday
and  Friday  evenings  when  the  show
iwill be presented at the opera bouse.
the cast  is evidencing the usual anxiety regarding the perfection  in their
many songs and stunts and last night
the practice was complete.    This evening another complete practice will he
iheld,  confidential  for   the  cast  only,
land tomorrow  the last, will be a full
'dress   rehearsal   at   the   opem
stage at  7:30.    Mr.  Kvans. the
[tor,  predicts  that  this  will  add  the
finishing   touches  of  the   many   sur-
I prises   which   are  to  greet   the   audi
enceS.   The costumes for the show are
jsaid to be superb.
NO.
13 BUOY CARRIED FROM
POSITION  BY  BOOM  OF  LOGS
When the tug l.eltoy, Vancouver
came up river on Saturday with a
boom of logs she ran foul of No. 18
can buoy at the mouth of the Fraser
sind brought it to this port. The bucy
was then taken from the boom and
yesterday replaced by the Samson.
During the time it was missing a
vessel unused to the Sandheads lay
outside for over an hour trying to pick.
up tlie can buoy.
For Sale���Complete restaurant set
Including one large range, tables,
chairs, dishes, etc., for sale very
cheap. Hoyal Mercantile Co., 61 Sixth
street. (2381)
Purchase a book of fifteen tickets
costing $5 for evening skatinn ses-
sions at the Arena. This reduction
makes the rink the most popular
priced arena on thc Pacific coast.
12423)
tro dead. M
"My   two   daughters."   said   the   father, "aspired to the stage and to become muscians.    Since their mother's
death some nine years ago they have
spent most  of their time in studying
: dramatic authors, .practising the gui-
sheetltar, declaiming pieces fur the stage,
Ram i The eldest daughter wanted  to enler
the Conservatoire, and when she could
not do so. bcause my means did not
allow it, she became melancholy and
shut herself up with her younger sister in her room. They sometimes spent
The Queen of I entire days  in  recitations  wtth    the
doors and window shutters closed."
Another daughter, aged about ten.
waB an invalid, and a boy about 16
attended to the affairs of the house,
while the father, who was a cashier,
went to his daily work. He earned
(ust enough to keep his family, and allowed his daughters to do as they
pleased. A few nights ago he found
a letter on a table signed by all his
four children, in which they stated
house I that they bad left the house to go arid
direc-1COmmti suicide. He could not believe
it until he was shown the corpses of
his two eldest daughters at the
morgue. What has become of the
other two children is not known, but
it is feared that they followed the example of the others.
cinating Figure.
Pauline   Johnson,   the   well-known
Canadian   Indian   poetess,   who   died
in  Vancouver,  11.C,  recently,  was a ;
picturesque  and Interesting  personal- !
ity.   She  was  a  princess  ol  the  Mohawk   tribe  of   North   Aniciican    Indians,   her  nntive  name  being  Teka-
hlonwake.   She was a daughter of an
Indian    chief   and   was   born    near
Ilrantford, Ont., March  10. l.G'-'.    Inheriting the love ol out,lour llle and
the beauties of nature trom her lather's people, she received literary ten-
denotes  largely    from    her ��� mother's
I family.
Through her English mother, Emily
Howells, she was related to the well-
known writer, William Dean Howell*.
There was real romance in the marriage   of   the   Indian   chief   arid   the
I white girl,   who  visited  the  Mohawk
j reserve with her sister, the wife of a
Church of England clergyman.   Ths
', meeting between the handsome young
chief and the young English girl ended
' in their {ailing in love. They were
married and the little roughcast house,
where i'auline was born, still stands.
The young girl was carefully educated, and early in life began to writs
but she first came into prominence us a poet-entertainer In 1883,
when   she   appeared   in   Toronto   amj
1 read selections  trom  her  own  works.
Her dramatic power an,I the B'ngula.
DISMISS ACTION
EOR COMMISSION
Supper Postponed.
Tho supper whicli was to have heen
given by  the Ladies' Aid of the Burquitlam church has been postponed until a later date.   This was decided on
,_���,., ,        r, .i      at  a  meeting  yesterday   whr-h   it   W'ftS
At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon t'.�� ,,-���,������, ,h.��� ,,,., pi.e8iaenti Mrti nali���r.
American   schooner   Mir.doro.  ( aptaifl '.,|k) ,hp Becretary would not be able to
Larson, sailed   trom    Vancouver   for be preSent at the ga ring.    Another
���Suva  with  a cargo  of  lumber.    She | maethlng will probably be held
Lumber for Suva.
Real  Estate  Dealer Falls to Establish
Case  in   Suit  for  Fee  for  Deal
���Wage  Claims.
tins case as to
was made of a
whether
comml
Stlckney one afti
it the
moon
was towed out by the Lorne with 67��,-  home of Mrs.
828 feet of lumber,   sin- arrived thereInoxt week.
on October li' fr"i;i Seattle, I 	
tide table-prase* RtvER.    Social and  Personal
For the Week Ending Sunday, Nov, 16.   ^._.
17
18
1.
20
21
23
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Time.
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21:15
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Sand Heads
High, Low.
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vel',   1.1 2     1   '   '     " '.'
17     "i   11 6   11 .12   H'S
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10:34 11 1 2:88    1 4
12 09 1" ", l'i 28 10 2
11:19 13.0 3:19   2.2
Owing  '*> oontinued Ill-health,  Mrs.
!*'   ll  Oreen, 7n Seventh avenue, wlll
:: ll   r, ',*:*��� i    formally   this  season.
.1   II    Dranej   ol   Draney  and   All,
An   interei:
any um mien      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
sii,n when a farm in the Fraser valley
owned by a Mr. Wilson changed hand*
to anollii r farmer named Hedley for;
the i nn of $23.72,, was argued b* for
':.*   hon-cr,  Judge  Iloway,  in  count; [
courl yesterday, the cour. dismissing
the action,    Messrs, Madill and Down i
real  estate agents In  this city,  sued
Wilson  for commission on the trans-'
ctlol      i * ging   that   Mr.   Madill    In-
troduc   I 11**11,;. to Wilson, the forme:
ownt r and  therefi re   . a ��� t milled t-
_, roi. * .
The plaintiff alleged   that   at   the
force and beauty of her lines mud,.' an
instant literary sensation. Some yean
thereafter she traveled, giving public
entertainments until ill health compelled h t to retire. She visited ling-
land in 1394. and while there publish-
ed a volume of poems called Tlle
White Wampum. She again visited
England in 1900 as an entertainer and
was well received wherever -li" appeared. In 1911 her Legend) ��� i Vancouver appeared, a volume ol .hi rl
sk, tches and local stories, which had
been told to the gifted Indian !_���*l rI
by the celebrated , hief. Joe Capilano
This Is the only prose work which
Misa Johns m has published. Hint
and Feather. Miss I Imsoii's In-1 volume, was published only a lew week-
sen.
Socially, I'auline Johnson was a de-
\ l'*rhtful woman, possessed ol a ltb*'.
ious dignity, charming cordiality biu| I
simplicity of manner and was a versa, i
tlle conversationalist.   Bh-j was equal  |
1 ly nt home in the realm, nf politic.-. ;
lil -ratlin' nr i. rt. Her campaign Bons
written fnr the Dominion election "I
IS98. entitled the (innd Old M. P.,
was the best of the kind thst appeared.
Most of nil she loved to write about
the hi-rtorv and legends nf her own
people and her poems on Indian sub- ,
je ts are full pf life ami lire. Nothing
Btr i.:" r than As Red Men Die was
ever published in Canada and nothing ;
: ni'.r,' sympathetic with nature < r mure '
i ui'i-tio than In April.
Recently when His Royal Highness, '
the Duke of Conimufd-t, win, i. a Mo- \
hawk  chief  by  adoption,  was  in   the |
. west, he visited Miss Johnson and i
talked with her famitiarlj of former |
days. During the visit the poetesi -
wore about her throat a fine gold '
chain, from which was suspended a
unique gold star presented to her bv
; admirers   In   tin*   west   on   her   final
' visit to Vancouver as the premier lad?
canoeist of Canada.   To  her  love  ol ;,
,*ai,  nr. we owe th�� beautiful poem, ;
The  E mg   My   Paddle  Sings,   win
, "���ns*
Vancouver. N'ov. I" Walter Batt,
the youth who was so badly burned
by the explosion on hoard the hulk
of the old liritish sloop of war Egeria,
beached on the sands near tlle mouth
of Lynn creek on Friday night, died
yesterday afternoon a' the Harbor
View Sanitarium, North Vancouver,
where he and his six companions were
taken following the accident. Kvery
effort was made to save the life of the
young fellow -he wus only about is
years of age - by lira. Martin. Newcombe and McCarley and the nurses
of the Institution, but from the first
It was realized that the boy who wan
the main support of his mother. Invalid father and sister, could not live.
Church   Extenlon.
lt. was about six years ugo that the
local Methodist churches cume to the
conclusion that D vigorous effort
should be made to assist In building
churches and starling new societies.
The conviction resulted lu what ls
UOW known as the Methodist Extension society, whose Hixth anniversary
will be Celebrated on Thursday evening next. During this time they have
assisted 21 new churches
No   Drastic   Action.
Aldermen Hepburn anil Hlack. the
sub-committee appointed to look Into
the matters devolving from the .Mad-
ill-oil enquiry, investigated yesterday
tin, conduct of Mr. McRae, a water
works employee, charged with having
used abusive langguage to a ratepayer, and are said to have decided on
no drastic measures. It la said that
they win recommend to the waterworks committee, Which appointed
them that a letter be written Mr. Mc
Uae urging hlm to use more moderate
language In the future. It was alleged that he had been abusive wheu he
found a man wan,It ring around Little
Mountain reservoir one night. Alderman Melletli demanded lhat he be suspended pending an Investigation.
X-Ray Examination.
C, .1. McQueen wlm was wounded
by the bank robbers who looted the
Union  hank at  New  Hazelton of $1(1,-
i in Tuesday  last, reached the city
Saturday night and is now in the gen
eral  hospital   for  treatment.     Mr    Mr
Queen  last  evening gave a  vivid  ac
count of his exciting experience. Tl:
bullet which wounded Mo-Queen went
through   ills hand  and  lodged   in  his
I face  near  tbe   nose.     After   receiving
treatment from tbe doctors al l'rinee
Rupert he came to Vancouver.    An X
jray examination of his injury will be
j made   loday.
Anniversary  service.
With Mayor Baxter iu the chair
and prominent speakers on the program the Vancouver Rescue mission
enjoyed a very Impressive second an
nlversary service yesterday afternoon
in Its mission hal! at 15'/ Alexander
street.
FranciSCO Villa threatened today to
take over Ihe Mexican Northwestern
railroad, a properly owned by ('una
dlan capitalists,  lr the    officials    did
not   themselves   Immediately   repair
and operate the line. The railroad line
has been destroyed by both rebels and
federals and bus not been In operation
for several months, ai a conference
with Villa today the railroad officials
decide) to begin the repairing of
Hue, insteiid of permitting ll to
confiscated by tbe rebels.
That
Denies  Rumor.
Washington,    Nov.   17.
United states in its policy toward ths
provisional government In Mexico is
��� content to await the outcome ol   the
| steady pressure being exerted against
ithe Huerta regime, was apparent today i:   Official circles here.    Blotting
rumors from Mexico City, wholly failed ti* ruffle the calm confidence   of
: Prosldeut   Wilson   or   s< cretary   ii
Stale Ilryan.
7ht   mills of the finds grind  sl. w
|i>," was the declaration of one high
olTh'Sl, The president wan not
a-ausfd by reports that Mr. O'Shaugh-
ness), Hie American charge d'affaires
iwus about to quit Mexico City, and It
! was stated no Instructions had been
'sent to Mr. O'Shaughnessy nor John
! I.in I   ut   Vera  Cruz,   to  bine   Mexico
Rumors that  the American erobass)
WOUld be closed within 4S bouts were
c  an i iciizeil in official sources as un
' tni
"Get The Habit"
EARLY SHOPPING
SALE
Extra Special Today
Xmas Post Cards at
lc Each
Xmas Cards at %-Price
Don't forget everything in
the store is reduced from 10
to ">() per cent.
The Fair
SADIE FRASER
Mus. Bac.
Singing,  Piano,  Theory.
For Terms and Hours Apply at
Studio, 1011   Hamilton Street.    Phone
1319 R. (2263)
VICTORIAN  ORDER  OF  NURSES.
MISS E. DOWNHAM
Residence Y. W. C. A.        PJione 1324.
MATERNITY. SURCICAt AND
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
���MWL
^^^  641 FRONT ST. ^^^
OUT OF THK HIGH RENT DISTRICT.
A ROUND-UP
FOR GENUINE FOOTWEAR BARGAINS. CHEAPER THAN OTHFft
FIRMS SALE PRICES, THE SPOT, THE POPULAR SHOE STORE.
641   FRONT   STREET.    Out   of the  hlRh  rent disirict.    Come  in  and
at uptown stores.
size
get our prices before you spend your money
WEEK    END   SPECIALS.
Men's   Box   Kip  Hoots,   regular   13.60   for
Ladles'  Dress  Boots,  value  $,'!.  to  $">,  every
Hoys   Bl liool   Hoots, sizes to lis	
Cirls'   Srhool   Hoots,  sizes  to   I"'..,	
Sister Boots, Leckle Boots, Hartt Shoes, tbe famous K Boots, etc
THE HOME OF LOW PRICES
$1.50
1.95
1.45
.95
, etc.
GROCERY SALE
Still progressing.
see us. We can fnvo
Come  and
you money.
Goods del
the city.
vered t.i any pail of
Robson Grocery
Corner 6th St. and 5th Ave.
Phone 404.
II. Cl. SMITH, 0. P. & T. A.
627 (Iranvllle Street, Vancouver.
W.   E   DUPEltOW.  O,   A.   P.  D.
1 houe Private Exchange Slits
from  your   prairie
��� '.iiitnini, blow  from
ti:.
sailor too;
we wuil for ynu
20:45 9.7
12:00 13.0
28:00 B.2
12:38 12.9
17
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18:14
i:i n
39
4.18
18:40
6:21
19:32
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20:16
who tor Home weeks has been on aitlroe thi transaci on nas put through
trip up the coast, i.s not expected to Wllso thi defendant, was fully eo��
return to this clt) until l hrlatmas tlmi nlzatjl ol ' i ,*��� ipation of Mr. Madill
Mrs  Qodfrey, lis Regina street has and eed    to    pay    a commission
���. Dved   to  her new    residence,    1014  ,n    :-    * ,* to a little over Mnn.
Klghth  avenue. Un  ,-���,, Htan(]  Wilson and  li
WE HAVE IHEM
  BVe'.li'
ft.2 i    The women's page ol the Canadian
3.2 Courier, thla Issue, ne'e.. Uie follow-
7 9 i'i** "Oul ol thn ��� Ilundred competlt
4 i ors for a scholarship al the Paris Con-
8.3 Bervatolre, Mins Blso Gorllch was the
g.g successful candidate a talented young
4,7 Vancouver singer whose volet Is a fine
soprano.
"~     Under the caption "Hecen! Events"
the    current    Issue of  the  Canadian
Courier,    published   In   Toronto,  has
noted   tbls:   "Miss   L,   M.
was  appointed    president
______________^______________________ wil(
di nii'i sll knowledge of bavlng men*
tioned sb at a commission while a
deposltli n Etoitd by I*. Neville Smith
ol Vam ��� V. but now In the old
country, *na admitted in evidence
t'avi rahle   *   thi   di fendant,
.1   I!. Gi mt, c url prosecutor, acted j
for the ��� ���'  .:
The mi i; ':,*-   *    lon or the county
court was largely devoted to a grou)
Bridge-nan '' BU'*8 ,,*'*:**-'*1'    by Beveral   loggers j
and   Mlssla8a'llst the National Lumber company *
VVc.t   ��ind,   Uow
nest,
Blow Irom the m
the  west,
Tii    Rail  :- nil
O! wind I thi	
Blow;   Blow
1 have wo ������! v 'i ��".
llut ii, v r ii (a ��� r yon bestow.
Vou rock yi u. cradle the hills between
Hot scorn I    notice my white lateen, I
I   stow   th *   - nl    i.:,nop   111.   ni'i-t:
I   wooed   ;   ii   I H ;    hut   ��� .   ��,".m/',i
pa-t.
My paddle wi    .o'i you into rert
til tlrnwsy wind ul the druv i,y west,
Sleep! -I ���":
liy your  tin  mtain -deep
>r  down   -vl   ru  ths  prairie  gras����
sweep'
...,w   I, i I   in   -li 'iiner   your   Isiiinfi
KlillS
Por Mil' is the - mg my paddle sings
NOTICE.
Tiie Royal Mercantile Company has
purchased the stock, (inures, goodwill
and book accounts or C, N. Kdmainon
�� Company, corner of Sixth avenue
and Twelfth atreet. All accounts ow-
Ihk to ihe said C. N. Edmonson &
Co., are to be paid to The Koyal Mir
cantile Co., at 80 Sixth street and all
claims against C, N, Bdmanaon it Co.
will  be paid by the Koyal  Mercantile
Oompany,
C  N, EDMANSON & CO,
ROYAL MBRCANTIl-E CO.
Ni v. Westminster, Nov. 14, 19H.
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will receive for the first time since ii" could nol ���*������ .' several of Hn
ber marriage on Friday, Nov. 21, from plalntlll , who bad presented chequet
1 till i; o'clock. al  the bank which bad bun returned
W. E, Dltchburn, Inspector of Indian "N. S. F '
Egencle-a for the Dominion, wua a visit-1 ��� H^^^^^H
Miss Johnson'* legacy ol vr>e ia un
fortunately slighl in ,|uantity. tin- col-
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WEDDING BELLS
MeCONIBIE���BINN8.
At. Christ church, Vancouver, on
Tuesday, November 11, the marriage
ef Miss Lucie Elaine McContbie and
William !���' (Paddy) Blnns, both of
Dublin, Ireland,   was   solemnised   by
Kev |(. I!. Day in the presence of Immediate relatives anil Intimate friends.
The brkle wan glvejj away by ber
uncle, Mr. Wilkie, of New Westminster, and the kioous was ut'.'.nd.d by
BECOME::. nc.NEDICT.
Ft.  H.  Bert Ouist cf  Honor at Gathering cf Newsoa-icr Men.
Ai' ":���. Ni w VV( -i minster newspaper man, Robert henry Hest. loca'
manager I * thi Vancouver Province
will cast asid hla bachelor attrao
tions on Wi (Ine iday of this wee
whi n i" ' tn marry Mies lola (Plshei
also of ti is cii*.
As is the cu i im among the newe
paper nun nf the city audi ai even'
was nol alb ,ved to pass without a
celebration of some kind and this
took place on Saturday evening in the
form of n "wasegeo" at the home of
J, W, Cunningham, with Mr. Hest us
Uie gue-ft Of  honor.
JuSt t" add  to (lie novelty of   Ihe
���Occasion, his friends of the pen In the
Custard.
Coricernlnc custard, or "���cimtad." as
it was formerly called. It wiih ii coin
IIIOU Joke nt civic feasts In KliKlainl ll.
the olden time to place nn enoriunn.
ciistiird In the middle of tbe table, nm,
wblch nt some stage of tlie proceed i is:-
the clown unexpectedly Jumped Den
Jonson uses the lerm "custiird lenp
Jnck" of one who "In Inti of u shell IT I
dinner" took "his iiliiniiii leap Into s
custard" to "mnke my uidy mayoress
Hint her sisters ini.kd all tbelr Omnlr.
over their shoulders."
Wanted No Jealousy.
Little Loin hail received a doll snd s
kitten iiuioiiR her birthday prexents
"Wblch do you like best, your Sltten
or your doll V" u��ked her mot ber.
Loin went over and whispered In ner
-nuttier's ear. "I like dollle best. Dul
ulrasa don't lyll kllly." -Chicago News
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(Mile 300 I
Tickets to all points east and to   Europe.     Any   rail   and   steamship
line. Tuesday, November is, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
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1
EVERYTHING IN SPORT
'PHONE
991
HOCKEY - RUGBY - SOCCER - BASKETBALL - BOWLING - BOXING
8. C* A. A* U* STARTS OUT
ON ANOTHER RAMPAGE
will make its first appearance in New ]
Westminster at the Royal theatre.
The play selected Is a thrilling drama
of cowboy life entitled "The Rancho."
ThlB play deals with the stirring life
of the west, with its Inevitable a'.mcs-
phers of startling advent urea, hairbreadth escapes and dramatic episodes.
Some of the situations are full of
Intense power, and the element of
surprise Is maintained in such a wav
as to hold tin- attention of the audience from start to finish. "The
Rancho" is one of those plays which
quickens the pulse and Bilrs the feel-
BITS Of SPORT
Suspend   Four   Hockey   Players���Two
for Getting Paid for Legitimate
Work���Others Handled
Baeeball Mitt.
Maiden, was in a curious mood when
���SSn by 'I he News yesti rday. The
communication, to say the leant, hus
come as a thunderbolt to tl*.'* hockey
players and ritnOrS Ol an open  break I
wii.ii  tin- amateur union vers  freely
beard on the street  when the content.-)
  of the leiter were made known.
If anyene    believes    he     Is    some      Williamson   was the star man  with |
_..,,-.i,i.,_   ������    .... I,  . . ,  'the   Beavers   last   winter   assisting
. IM        _   , '     ,"'J"l,.,al"   then,   to   Win   Ihe   Mcline  trophy   the
iKuiidiii'. a strsst car   et h in not fa I,,,,.      ,--. ,    ,i . .1       11
for any monetary assistance or even    "'"'   ',p,1" "r pr"8"'" l"r "iH am* i
n olffr, lor I,,., liable to get pinched  ft"  l " M��� '    ^ I
by  lhe 11. ('. A   A. v. and Informed  uu",u-
then and there tlmt he Is a profession        COrtlgan   is a  new  comer  in     New j
al and therefore cannot part'clpate In .Westminster, has siKiied with tli" Sap ,
any amateur snort Whether It bs play-   Perton-White  R00kS and  bears a  per-
In* marbles or pinocle. *Oh~ Idler rrom ths secretary of the
A   general   feeling   of  surprise   roi-  Saskatchewan  Amateur   Hocksy  asso
lowed by one of contempt  was appar- Okwn   lauding  him   for  his   decision
cut   among  Hie amateur hockey   play-   ,0 "*-���-' among tflS uinaleurs.
ers yesterdaj following the receipt hy I Where  Will It Stop? I
Sei retary Maiden of the locul league Just where the B. ('. A. A. tJ, get
of a letter to lhe effect that the local tbs right to har these two boys from I
branch of the 11, ('. A. A. I'. has seen playing uuuiteur hockey is hard to j
fit to disqualify A. C. (Happy) Wll- Imagine. Both are employed by the'
Ilu niacin and .1 M Corrlgan from any Arena company as helpers at the j
participation tn coming games an a skating rink. Their duties are not by
consequence of them  being paid for al!> weans confined to teaching Hknt-1
ti aclilng skating. l"K  but  are called  upon  to  |:.ol:  after 1
The an. also fell on E. Mcl'liall and'all arrangement, at the rliil-i including
C, M. Marmont owing to their actlvl-.tbe clearing of snow from the Ice, as
tics In the realm of Westminster base 'alStlBg  lhe mechanicians and  general
Willie   Hopp   Defeats   Demarctt���Wil-
liard  Makes Draw���Giants Win
Frcm  White 8ox
Hardware company, tin the top floor
the lodge room is situated. This Is a
spacious und well lighted apartment,
measuring 12x44 feet Situated on the
same floor as the lodge, room are
two commodious anterooms. These are
connected together with a slide door
by the means of which they can he
made Into one and used us a reception room when any special celebrations are on.   The interior finishing Is  James
I In  mahogany.    The  architect   for the
I building   Is  J.   '/..   I_ong  und   the  con-
Charles   Davis,   both   of   thlB
ings to the    highest    pitch,    moving
along  lo  the accompaniment of   rifle .
shots, Indians' war cries, lusty cheers]
and every conceivable kind of excite-1
ment and adventure.   The comedy element Is us   plentiful  and  as good as 1
the dramatic
The cast  will  have over 15 people
Including A. Francis, Miss Hose Camp- j
bell, Kd. Bernard, Chris I.ynton. Sam
Bernle BJsteln, liable Whiting, j
Smith   Beats   Langford
I tractor
lloslon, Nov. 11.���Gunboat Smith, of ;c|tj.
Ban Francisco, was given the decls The present officers of the lodge
Ion over .Sam Langford, cf Boston, atlund,'r whoBe "-'Rime the new temple
. ,    ,       , , ,   , , was  erect, 1]   are   J.   Z.   Long,   W.M.i
ihe   end of a   lMomid   bout  hen*   lo-IJohn   KnmeI.   m,io-   wani(.n;   J,   ,{(,
Fern Van Harlingen, George Blake
and others. This Is a wonderful play
and the Royal should bc packed to
the doers on Wednesday night. Seats
go on sale today.
ball last similiter Other players are
nol Immune from suspicion for a guar
antes has to bs given by the league
and e|ubs as to the amateur status of
the following players:
Moose   club    H.   F.   I.uzenr,   W.   E.
It'itlldg''.    nunc    Klndlsyson,    0,    i*. >an
F
k-foDougsld, James   I'raser,   ihe
two  It   might   be   noted,   played
the Moose hist winter.
Beavers   W,   i*.  F.  Bpenco,  W
Flanagan
SanpcrtoTi    C    lv  Clapp,   H,   Keller.
w. .1  Rodgors, w  Robertson, 0. w
Stephens. .1   M   McCarthy, 11   Bishop,
It.   Heppensinll.  Merkb y.  K    Ot rman,
.1. Pascott
Fraser Mills It llarclny. G S. Box,
J. Dcc-ilre. A II. JetTord A Moneite
(' I' Tali, r. W A. Baundl rson and .1.
Thomas.
Mav Cause Break.
Tlw    communication    to    Secretary
helpers around the place.
No mention is made in the constitution of tlle B. ('. A. A. F us having
conirol over skating and according 10
Several of those prominent In the
hockey league, if these kind of stunts
not brought to a head in the near
night.
Fine Baseball Weather
Medford, OreH Nov. 17. 'ilu-  New
Yoik Giants defeated the Chicago
While Sox :; to 0 in a five-Inning
game lure today, 'tin- absence cf
Mathewson and Meyers und a drizzl-
,ng rain did uot dampen the enlhus
iasm of the 'Umi people who turned
< ut  to see the  game.
Willard Could Only Draw
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 17. -Jesi
Wlllard of California, and George Ro-
del. of Siuth Africa, fought ten
rounds to a draw here tonight. Ho
del w as badly handlcappi d both in
height and weight and Willard alsc
had the advantage in reach.
Hopp Still Cham-iion
Xew Vork. Nov. 17. In a billiard
match for the 1*'i balk line professional championship, played here tonight. Willie Hoppe, holder ot the title,   defeated   the   challenger,   Calvin
I land. Junior warden; W. Hrown, secretary; 1). A .Allport .treasurer; H. C.
Gait r. senior deacon; It. O'Hanley junior deacon; A. B. MacKenzie senior
steward; M. King, junior steward; J.
H. Small, inner guard; Mr. Farwell,
tyle..
A large electric Masonic emblem ils   di8CURSi,,g _* question  at the  Labor
2! present being manufactured for the
lodg" by a local electrical firm.    This
t-Otl AND AGAINST
SUFFRAGE FOR WOMEN
The pros and cons of suffrag;; for
Women were, outlined by Mrs. Ralph
ST.itli and Itev. Father O'Boyle. the
speakers who took opposite sides    in
W.
Iiemarest. of Chicago, by non
'i'tl. Tlle game was decided In
1 innings
no  telling just   wha:
lasl   future,   there
wllh   will  happen
A snorting goods proprietor is connected wllh a books, team and he be.
gan lo Kiiulrni when the announcement was. mads barring Williamson
and Corrlgan. "I am making my living  through  connection   with   sports
and   perhaps   lhey   will   get   me   next
trip,"  eras the remark he made,
liven   the  sporting  editors    of    lhe
two local papers ars act immune to
all   SOCOUntS,  and   It   is  quits  possible
thai  th")   will either have to liilit  iiie
business or be barred from any connection   Wltb amateur a'.lilelie,.  Who
Defeated  Vancouvei.
The  Crescents   basketball   team   Invaded   Vancouver  on   Saturday   evening   where  they   defeated   the   Normal
SCBOOl Intermediates by a score of 12-7.
HOCKEY WAR ON
Maiden in reaped to tbs llsl of names enr heard of a guy working "gratee"
tires nut sneclfy sny detailed aOOOUOt
nlihough the official of Ute league Is
In two minds whether n biographical
sketch 1'firing from ,hlrth .jtfaoe to
t'�� brand Of chewing gum usi d hy
the respective players should accom
pitnv the declaration.
However, lllll, whose last name    Is
as they say In 111" French .
President Fred Lynch of the heel:
league  expressing surprise at  (he 1
tin;, of lhe .unaletir union,
evening thai the Beavers and the Sap
perton white Rocks   wonld   probably
bring the matter before   tbe   league
some time this week.
Ottawas Having  Difficulty in  Making
Players   Accept   Big   Cut   in
Salaries.
Ottawa,     Nov.     17.   ���,  The  Ottawa
lockoy  club  is evidently  due  for    a
stat- ,1 t,<tS.'"i:" WlUl ,ts Pla>'t,rs ov,'r "��-' re'
'due, d salaries. Contracts were sent
out la;,i we, k. bui Manager Percy
l.isnur is the only man who has
signed. Darragh and Shore get cuts,
which have called forth threats to quit
���*t-m*
MANCHESTER UNITED DROP
TWO POINTS TO MIDDLESBORO
Wearaiders    Invade Lancashire Town
with Renewed Energy��� Reaulta
Saturday.
illy The Potter.)
] Sunderland 	
West  Ilromwtrh   Albion
Tottenham Hotspurs .-      5
Burnley  *
Oldham Athletic     6
Bradford city   �����
Sheffield Wednesday     6
Chelai a     fi
Five  homs  defeats  which occurred j Derby  County      3
on Saturday nigh crested a record frttegg,;1 rnlud -^.To
thlB siason In the flrsl division of old|ghpfflel(, United    5
country football and this goes to show i/Mon   Villa     �����
tbo uncertainty under which tbe best, Liverpool  8
teams cf   the   country   are playing. ffij*��2__y��t.  ii
Chief among these defeat, was   M^^rS^d	
hand..) to Manchester United, second  Preston North End    I
Scottish League.
Ithe
I committee states that no further of
I fers will be made and that the club
i'.vlll at once proceed to fill the places
Of Close who have not signed. I��ar
I ragh took down 11(100 last seaaon.
I but has been cut to $Sl'0. Denison and
* I lioni-iliet  wlll    demand    big    salaries
from tbe Ontarlos, who have pur-
7 3 il 17.|cl>a:.ed them from Ottawa. The hockey
ti    a    4    if, I commission Is blamed  by the players
v.lll he adjusted  to  the  frcnt of the!
building and  kept lighted on  meeting
nights as  a  notice  to  members.
f:nefit Entertainment.
The citizens demonstrated their loy-1
alty   to   the   Coqultlam   football   club
last night by turning out in large numbers at a benefit entertainment given
in  lhe Coqultlam  theatre,  generously
j loaned  for the occasion  by  tho  man-
agement    An  excellent  musical  pro-'
gram   was  provided,   local people be-
in-, the  principal    contributors.    The
financial results, it lu understood, were
, well up to anticipation
Completing New Factory.
j    Construction  work on the Orlnnell
, glove factory near the banks of the
Coqultlam river, ls progressing rapidly.    Although  the  building   was  only
I started about two weekB ago the outer
walls are now completed and the roof
j Is being erected. Tbe machinery for
the plant is expected to arrive in the
course of the next two weeks. In order to provide an outlet for the factory
i Wilson road from Shaughnessy street 1
to the Coquitlam river Ib being cleared and graded.
Rlflea for Troops.
Owing to tbe fact that tbe agricultural hall Is generally required for
I dances and other purposes on Friday
j nights, the drills of the Port Coqult-
> lam troop of the B. C. Horse will in
t future be held there on Wednesday
! evenings. JuBt recently it was found
necessary to cancel one drill on uc-
I count of tbe inability of Lieut. K. 8.
I Morgan to secure the hall. On Wod-
\ nesday nights the hall Is rarely used.
The troop has now a total member-
���fillip of _0 men, four beyond the num-
iber required to constitute the troop.
��� This makes the troop of equal -strength
Ito the others on the lower mainland.
I The drills held during the past have
1 been well attended and the troopers
'urn becoming very profit 'nt. The
i rifles for the troop arrived yesterday
temple in Vancouver last night. That
building was crowded and the stair
way leading to thc hall was filled
with people interested.
Rev.  Father O'Boyle spoke asainst
woman suffrage, predicting a lowering
of tlie standard of home life, with its
realization.      Mrs.    Ralph    Smith,    a
speaker   prominent   in   this   province,
favored granting the franchise.    Rev.
Mr.   Dnsworth  and  ex-Mayor  Findlay
moved and seconded a vote of tlian'-.s
to   lhe  speakers.     Ralph   Smith   vvas I
chairman.   Next Monday night in the;
Vancouver 1-abor    temple    this same |
matter will be debated by Jamea Con-
ly and Fred Ogle.
MONEY   TO
LOAN
On first mortgages, $500.00
and up on city or farm property must be improved.
Safe Deposit Boxes to rent.
From $2.50 per year and up.
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
HEAD OFFICE: NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
J. A. RENNIE, Secretary-Treasurer.
COME TO THE  ROYAL   MERCANTILE   CO.'8.
Furniture Exchange
in 61 Sixth street fer real bargains ln all kinds of furniture and furnishings.    I'icture  Framing, Upholstering, Furniture Repairing, ete.
Try us for Window Shades,
Royal Mercantile Co.
FURNITURE  EXCHANGE.
game. Chairman Hate cf the leum |aad' will   be   distributed   among   the
I'or the cuts In salary.
QUITS ENGLISH STYLE
Yale Rowing Coaches Decide to Revert
Back to American System���
Ten Eyck Engaged.
in  the lenmie, by lowly  Middlesboro.
I he score of one to nil Indicates the w  L  ,-   ,,,_ ���
close battle which    the    two    teams '
must  have   fought, but on   IMF dtm OWti^ JJ    ,
grounds and agamBt s club which last iJJ������.. ''   '/ '''/     ' ]'; n   *
.,,'..k   was  second    from    tht_ 0ill*r. | SjfgJJ" ] \ J 9    *\
s.me unexpected reversal of form,_.,..
must have Inoculated the old Newton j*����|J��
Heath club.
Kverton  appears to have    hit ,,,������.,
toboggan will, a bump, for not con- y^1  ���' m
tent wllh losing to Blackburn Rovers "'beJ�����n"
Alrdrleonlana
tha Dundee  	
ix goals to nil a week ago. the Toffee- St   Mlrrer1 ....
������ dropped still another to Sunder ;Third, Lanark
lind,   this   time  5-1.     ��� -���-  ���        n,,,���>,<.��,1.
���ow  well In the running,    only   two Dumbart...
SPORT COMMENT.
IIISI V_T       *..****���****��� j
Wearslders are Ayr United
Dumbarton   -
bum Itovers. who wero forced to take "other^M  ��� 	
thc count beforo West Bromwlch by Queen. ���*le'  ';; ;. 3   -   *
Iwo clear goals, _,,_,_._._   iinmllton  2    9   3
Sheflleld United   dcfestlng Oldhsm ������J��^    '      *   *   *
������ ������. latter grounds. Preston North KUmsrnock .            ��   f
Knd going down before Liverpool snd Aberdeen
llradford's win over Sheffield Wednesday, formed the other surprises.
Scottish League. _
In the Scottish league, Heo^*w'"
tie. and  Uangers are engaged m   a
prettv race only three polnta *��9Atat-
lug tbe leaden,.   The CelUcs Improved
lhelr  standing by defeating Dumbarton  on  the  latter's ��r����>ds.    Kalth
Hovers are hitting a fast clip, scoring
no less
Saturday,    m.  ���.,���..-���  ----- -        ...
tumble  before tha ����M^_.���._f<!!S!
lielnir.   nlled  nn
Midlothian grounds,
New York, Nov. 17.���James A. Tea
Byck, the veteran rowing coach, now
I at Syracuse, will be engaged to coach
the Yale crews next spring, according to gossip In sporting circles here.
A meeting of the Yale rowing committee will be beld ln this city within
a few days, and It is expected that a
radical change in the Yale navy will
be announced, Including the engagement of Ten Kyck.
Yale's experiment during the paat
two seasons with tbe Kngiish system
cf rowing haa been deemed generally
a failure, as the entire crewB have
been consistently defeated. Alumni
and undergraduate* qwe said to have
been aroused In opposition to further
experiments with the Kngiish aystem,
whicb hss included the adoption ot
English shells and English oars as
well as English training methods. It
comes from unofficial sourccB that W.
A. Harrlman. of New York, who la the
head conch at Yale, has himself come
to tbe conclusion thut tbe English
stroke will not do.
It Is difficult at tlmee to realize that
Stephen Bloomer was   playing   first
class footbsll before some of our pres
ent dsy lesgue plsyers were born. Yet
such is the fsct, for he made his flrst
 -,-   ���.-, Avr on appearance   for Derby county   fully
l"ftnQ.flVMK!i" ?Sk Mhatful! two decades ago-ln 18��2. to be cor
y.   St. Mirren took an awn.1 ^o  ^ ^^ )n ^ flrgt dlvlBlon
ho credited himself with IS goals In
28 league games, performing lhe hn;
trick against Liverpool and Sheffield
,T'!__,MiJ_r"__"S_i_i ts notlcsd Uulted, but he pulled up at the latter
,������, as tato'^J.'XJ   Notts end of April very leg wesry.audit be-
County Iish the
Nino teams are
second and third P'��f* ���. lever."he Is"again In the thick of the
Southsrtj L��a��ue. 1 bMn     ���   ��tv,ed   thp
Swindon Town ttlll   malnUlM   l�� ,n��n^|eon flf f00tball/,   certainly we
I, ad In tho Southern ����"��*"?n,���d h,ve never seen his equal as a *oal.
de,eV-?L%!rR��_dto?.i getter. In three sessons since he bade
roopera at Wednesday evening's drill
I The drill  heretofore has consisted of
I evolutions   and   semaphore   signalling
but with the arrival of the rifles mus-.
ketrv drill   will   be   taken   up.
,    With the exception of the caps, the I
uniforms   have   been   furnished   each 1
I trooper.   The caps are expected to ar-
rlva this week and when they are dis-1
���rilmted the first dress parade will be
I held.
Other Notea.
A vacant store In the Millard block,
Shaughnessy street. Is being fitted up |
for a drug store,  which  will  shortly j
be opened  by  a Mr. Tucker, late of j
Lytton.
A permit has just been Issued at the j
city engineer's office for additions to i
Hfurray'B clothing store    on    School- I
house  road.    C.   Davles   is  the  con-
tractor for the work. i
The city board of works department
haa a gang of men engaged In opening
up Coquitlam street where the build- -
ing of a number of new residences is
contemplated.
Work has been started on the remodelling of the Interior of the home
of Hoy C. Welch, Dewdney road,
which was recently heavily damaged
by fire.
Thursdayand Friday
Nov. 20 and 21
BENEFIT FOR ROYAL
\mm HOSPITAL
J.  W.  Evans'  Best  Musical
Show
The Queen
of Bonbon
Land
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bldg.
Going to the Old Country
to Spend Yonr Hobdays?
If so, you can make your journey at minimum expense, more
enjoyable and more comfortable by joining tne
Personally Conducted All-Expense Tour
Leaving Vancouver December 7th
Extra larsc cast cf New Westminster talent. Every liae and
song a hit.
Prices:   $1.00;   75c  in  back   of
batcony; 50c in gallery.
Reserved seat plan at Ryall's
drug store Tuesday. 11 a.m.
Fare includes all expenses incidental to the journey. The party ��ill
travel by special train, via Chicago and Niagara Falls to New York,
there connecting with the various steamship lines.
If intcrertcd, let us tell you about the trip and expenses.    Call on ot address
H. H. STEVEN-SON
City Ticket Agent
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
At tlie Ttieatres
'THE RANCHO."
Wednesday night of thia week   the
Alcazar Stock company, of Vancouver,
II"Mi��Cave-Bfswnc-Cavc
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.
MEMBERS OF THC INCORPORATED
SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
Lessons lo Plau-otorte, Violin, Singing, Voice Production, Theory (in
class or privately). Harmony. Counterpoint, Muaical Form and Illstory.
Pupils prepared for the examinations of the Aseoe-Med Board of ths
Royal Academy at Music and Royal
College of Masle. Also Professional
Diplomas, Teacher or Performer.
Por terms, ete., apply Sl' Dufferin
Street.   Phone 411R.
BOILERS  Riv���ed Steel Pipe*
 '���      BURN OIL    ���
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
*. -O. BOX MT
TELEPHONE   tt*
bv the latter on the
Second Division,
i.:.. Second dWslon whew   ��-.      ^      d|wn on h)g admlrerg ^t a,
^h.d toaether for a regular player In flrst class footbal'
sin,. I. nins are bUnchsd totetner x��r iBJooroer'* rtayss were numbered. How
ths
though tne ubi���> y, -\Z_^l~~na*A1-*i iaettcr.
Palace wlnnlm from Readint. ie��er:
"tVi.'-.AiTxas of has turnsd out In 95 league games for
the les��u�� standings o; uw "HEI-.  .mA _������._h   ���_.   f_.w_,r
Oystnl	
mnhoR the race a close one.
,hr^'7.A,nJST=M Wo PeakUea. .and.scored
and also the Scottish league:
First Division ^ D
Fts.
Hiackburn Rovers *
Manchester United
jiolton Wanderers .
"good bye" to Middlesbrough. Bloomer
.   ... ._ n.. i gomes for
no fewer
than Bl goals. Moreover, he has
gcored 21 goals tor Kngland In 23 International flitures, and In all he has
collected upwards of 3B0 goals tn
league, CUP and representative games.
TRUCK DAMAGES
COQUITLAM BRIDGE
(Continued trom page om)
available for the city hall when the
bonds are sold Is I3G.000. A portion of
thla It Is expected, however, will be
devoted to the site. Nothing haa been
said us yet as to where the hall wlll
he -.limited.
Nsw Mssonlo Temple.
Although the formal opening will
not take place until about two months
trom date the Masons of Port Coqultlam aro now meeting ln their new
(6000 home on Shaughnessy streeL
The building has been completed
throughout but the special furniture
for the lodge room has not arrived
and for this reason the formal opening ls being postponed. The temple
is a modest affair but substantial and
sufficient for the requirements of the
local lodge. It Is two storeys high,
the ground floor being fitted up aa a
R
O  Y A
THEATRE
Moving Pictures ud
Songs  Every  Dny
This Week Except
WEDNESDAY
NIGHT
��� '-���'
ONI NIOHT ONLV,
mm., wi n
STOCKCO.
���WITO���
X FRANCIS kINTI
���AND���
ROSE CAMMELL
And Cast of fifteen Present
THI RANCHO."
TANKS
Prlcsa Mc, ��������, Ms.
8RATS ON BAUD TWO-DAY.
And stilt k* It ttt from a spent forco. store, now occupied by tha Coqultlam
SIXTtTEN CHOICEST
In the W��t End. Corner 7th A?
block from Veacoover car.   	
FIOM tttt Ul���
Term* |M��4own md ��100 wr '
m
Yii*,i'
,'- Vl(.:��:'i' %'i'^mmM'v
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pace an
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 19IJ.
Classified Advertising
AGENCIES.
��UV3SII'IKD ADS WILL 133 UE-
���eived for Tne News at the follow-
hig places: K. T, Hill's drug store,
#j28 Columbia stresti A. Sprice.
QtMenaborough, Lulu Island; Mrs.
E. i-irdi'ii. Highland l'ark; Mrs. V.
Lewis, Alta  Vista.
FOR SALE
FOB SALE ��� BEAUTIFUL NEW
Bungalow, Qvs rooms mid large
attic, cement basement with laundry tubs, panelled dining room,
beam ceilings, buili In bullet, book
qupboards, fireplace, elsctrloal natures, on Ninth Btreet, between
Third and Fourth avenues, walk-
lug distance, Inquire of owner, mis
St. Andrews street. (2417)
TAKE WRONG AUTO     HIGH SMELLING
AND ARE JAILED: Alii IS GOOD
/l.i  Mt
��� ,'iniiiu.
lored    .
-..-- It    is
of    Mas-
t ireat
. ictur-
i J    bs
land in
It Was Only a Mistake, But Owner o'
the   Machine   Was
Peeved.
#����������������������������������������������������
*��� RATES ���
����������������������*���������������������
��____ulfl��e One cent   per word   per
ma,   7cper word per week;  Ue per Tlt\M  KU. .NTAtlK.
ta.-nt->; I.WO words, to be used ae re^
ejtilred within one year from   date of
et-.nlract, $26.0(1.
Spokane, Nov. 17.   Court Reporter
A.  \V. Deavttt   and  .Mrs.  Deavltl   were
taken into custody by ths police last
night and held at tli
'-tainty  Odor  Rising    From    Tanyard
May Be Cure for S��me
ugly  Diseases.
London,   Nov.   17.    r.erniomlsey,   If
ths latest accounts bs true, must taka
Its plsce as one ol England's health
resorts   perhaps nol ths most beautl-
station pending\m ,,ut certalni, 0������ ,,
tso***********************
e ���
\ The Black j
House
the most  ef-
*ANTEO���MISCELLANEOUS.
WOULD
**_  YOUN'l ENGLISH LADY
like   the   care   ol children   some
hours each day. Musical, elementary
leason...    Address 2421 office of this
(24211
paper. i��v����j
WANT TO RENT SIX OR SEVEN
roomed bouse, modern, hilly turn-
ished.   Apply  P. 0,
Box
12412)
WANTED - HOUSEHOLD r'UBNl-
ture in large or small quantities for
���pot cash. Will give full value or
will sell your household goods and
effects by auction. Will guarantee
���to realize value or no commission
charged. H. J. Russell, Westminster
Auction House. Kings hotel block,
Columbia street. (23341
TO  RENT
��.-OR RBNT���HOUSE. CHICKEN
house, stable, on Pitt Itlver road.
just cast of rraser Mills. Twenty
���acres of partially cleared land belonging to it. Peter Barth, Praser
mills. <-��9)
BIGHT MILES
out, $l.ln an acre, adjoining blocks
$100  and   $121.    Soli  good,    Terms
one-quarter down.  Curtis & Dorgan,
New Westminster, (24ioj
the investigation of the   charge   of (icisnt. The report ts that an employes
stealing  an  automobile,   filed  against jof  lhe  borough  council  who   has  re-
ihem bv W   s   McEachern of W408 turtaed from a sanatorium ean keep
uiem b>  vv. a. MO-cacnern oi        s       ^ ](|ill]v gtrengUl ��� h(> llllg Uma
Seventeenth  uvenue. lhe  mailer Was en0Ugi, to KOt outside and breathe the
11satisfactorily explained    when    Mrs. I air, of Bermondsey'a streets,
 _ -Deavitt proved, with the aid of the pa-1    This is no new thing, nor Is ll the
ron   BALE-SELL   TOUR    PROP- trolman  who arrested her and h.r ^hbSrTooX. M?tiU����!��!
erty through an ad. in this column, husband, that ehe had taken the wrong men's lnngs by the strong, psnetrat-
 irar in front Of the A. D. .lones build-, ,n(_ pP0|')Crtl,,g "0f its atmosphere. Not
in^- . ._   .        , ,,    long ago consumptives flocked to a
Mchachern reported the loss of his | Yorkshire resort Where the maggots
car. a While, at Ho clock and the lass , of |;u> b]uo bo,,w flv WMe brK(1 in
was advertised in the late issue ol the hor_(> fl(18ll Thl, BCent was abomj.
police  bulletin.    At 6 o clock  Officer,) ,.abl(1 hu, ��� wa_ ���..,,, to do thenl KOO(1
The smell of a Bermondsey tan yard
A Mystery Solved
By ALICE CRAY
FOR SALE ��� HOUSE PARTLY
finished, and large cleared lot, Ed
monds. Clear deed. Cheap for cash
Apply owner, Oeorge Warne. Eigh
teenth avenue, Edmonds. (2824)
FOR SALE���*1.0t) DOWN. $1.00 PEU
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every one guaranteed. Mar
ket square, t"",3:.)
LOST AND FOUNO.
LOST    BETWEEN    THAM    OFFICE
and market block, handbag containing purse and other articles. Kinder
please leave at room lo K. !'. block.
(2427)
WATER NOTICE.
>X)R RENT���TWO HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, 420 St. George street.  [2418)
FOK RBNT���IF YOU HAVE ROOMS
to rent try an ad. in this column.
Api.lication for a license to take and
use water will he made under the
"Water Act" of liritish Columbia, as
follows:
1. The. name of the applicant is
liritish Columbia Transport Company,
Limited. 2. The address of the applicant is 606 Westminster Trust
block, -New Westminster, B.C. 8. The
name of the stream is an unnamed
stream now known as Goat crnek. The
stream has its source In Section 32.
Tp. 5. It. 4 W. Till Meridian, flows in
a westerly direction, and empties Into
,Pitt lake    about    twenty-four    chains
may  possibly   work  equally  well.
The air is probably antiseptic and
has therefore a sort of drug action.
Highly drugged air is no new thing.
Ever Since g.is works were built in
different parts of tlle country it has
been understood that whooping cough
can be cured by putting the patient.
generally a small child, where it  can
Alderson discovered the car standing
.,t Rlversld, avenue and Wall street
and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Deavitt.
He arrested the pair and had Mrs.
Deavitt, who was at the wheel, drive
to tbe station.
McEachern wa�� summoned from his
home and promptly identified the car
as his and demanded the prosecution
of Oeavitt  and  Mrs.  Deavitt.    It was
then   explained   that.   K.   E.   Kane,   a
partner of Deavltt's in the court  reporting  business,  had  been  called  to
Coeur   d'Alene   (luring   the   afternoon
and telephoned Deavitt to take charge!
of his auto, which he raid he drove to!
th-e Inland depot and left at the Jones;
building.
Deavitt said he was busy ull after-
noon so asked his wife to get the |��rUe medical profession will suggest the
and rive to  bis otlfce  for him and k |M,       , v Fan;i!ori.l t;ith(.r in Un.
they would go to their apartments   n      rf    ���  _       _   factories,
the Geneva, Fourth avenue and Maple I  	
street, before returning the car to the |
garage. Mrs. Deavitt. asid she did as
her husband directed, and. while she
machinery had been changed slice
she last drove the ear. wus getting
along fairly well when the law swoop-
���
e
���
e
a
���eeaeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeee
I was one of the detectives on duty
at the liuincrclllMlulsey Wedding receptions, where thousands of dollurs'
worth of beautiful gifts were displayed In the library uud adjoining study,
��� nd my duties bad confined me to thesa
rooms, where u pageant of brilliantly
(owned women and somber clad meu
passed iu nud OUL
It was a marriage of youth, bounty
tnd grout wealth with talent nud more
wealth, for Dr. RamercllB hnd a un-
tlonal reputation us a specialist in dis-
?nsos of the brain, Bnd it had been n
matter for universal surprise when the
{rave and studious physician bad step-
against tbe night sky 1 snw  n thin
trull uf smoke frum one of the elilui
ueys.
As 1 studied the house I  noticed S
strange radiance that seemed to be
diffused from the roof, n soft, sternly,
golden glow sueh ns might bo produced
by a skylight In the sidling of a brilliantly lighted room under the roof.
I swung myself Into tbe brunches of
a huge ouk tree Ihut overhung the Hut
roof and vvas soon creeping on hands
nnd  knees over the tin covering the
edges.   Beyond thnt wus nu expanse
or sasti such us is used in greenhouses
occupying nlmost the entire roof.
"Another  freakish   New   Yorker."   I
KERR LAKE EIND
A COBALT RECORD
Latest Discovery Beats
Sidewalk"  of  the
Mine.
Old    "Silver
Lawson
Cubult,   Nov.   17.    The  extension  of
the  oast  main   vein   which   hus   been
uncovered on  the shore line of Kerr
muttered to myself us I bung over the j,llkc nlultl -,��� acknowledged  the most
edge of the glass roof ami  peered |fj^^^, gurfaoe discovery ever a*
down into the lighted space.
Beneath me was a large room furnished us n bedroom und a study.
There wore a large tuble heaped With
books nnd papers, a desk and comfortable chairs.   The walls wcre lined
poHd In the Cobalt camp.
It Is probable that the old Sliver
Bldewalk of the Lawson hud a greater
width In one place than die Kast
Main   vein  of   the   Kerr  hike  attains,
breathe the   fumes from the lime pur-   ,v,(| fru���| th. seclusion of professional
_;  ...       ���-        ...       *U-       __....!!..-      ...._        *   .     .
tiers. In some of the smaller gas
works children are taken to Etand
near the freshly opened lime t::nks.
The radium mines are, of course,
something apart. No doubt patients
vary, and some can he cured or help-
ri. by atmosphere that would kill oth-
ra.    But as yet It is Improbable that
���FURNISHED    COMPLETE.
HOUSE- southerly from the norih boundary of
..    Th
ed down on her.
Officer Alderson hurried to the
Jones building and rep-irt ��d to Captain G, G. Miles tbat he had found an
auto answering ihe description of the
Kane car on the. north side of th"
building.     McEachern   was  then   per*
COLUMBIAN  COLLEGE  NOTES.
The results of the test examinations
In most of the departments ot study
were published last week. Principal
Or. Sanford expressed himself as well
ileased on the whole with the murks
obtained.
The V. M. C. A. of the college was
iddressed on Wednesday evening by
Hev, W. S. A. Crux, 13. A., of the Sixth
iver.iie  Methodist church,  New*  Wesi
keening rooms   $10    and    $15    per   Raid  Section 22.    4.    The water is toenailed   to  hear  the  apologies  of  the  minster.   Throwing   aside   convention-
_-_rmth st 224 Seventh street. (2833) lbe diverted from the stream on    the Deavitts and the auto theft Charge wasUutles   and   speaking   with   warm   for-
*        -" *���"- mX-m -<���<- "1 ' *"""        '-nl ��� ��� , -.��, ��� I., 11..     .1 . ��� -.-..,,1 ,,._,,     , ,, (>    s j,,.,^,,-   a,    ������[������   oMllilied    t ll 0
north     side, aboul     1000
| stream    from Its    month,
purpose     for       which      the
will   be   used
feet    up i officially dropped.
5.      The   	
water
he   used   is   industrial   purposes.
FUUNITURE. STORE STOCKS ANDJ6. The land on which the water is to
farm    sales'   conducted.      Furniture   be used is described as follows:   Mln
bought for cash.    P.  U-  Brown. 17 .eral claims LotR 2721, 2722. 2723 and
Begble street, New Westminster.      |2724, Group 1. New Wesiminster Dis-
(2336) , trict.   7. The quantity ot water applied
������������������ for is as follows:    Kour cubic feet per
--    . or, .--nniKnmi.ihv'fCMftl'   s-   This notice was posted oii
. E ���SSMSm&S,utv: *��� ea? the ground on the 27th day of Octo-
���hob- Among the Peoples of B. C.: In the ber, 1913. !>. A ropv of this notice
���Pathless Weirt;   Nan. or#rioneer  v.omen   an(]   ^   appiication   pur8nant   thereto
-,-A Kn*. The sets of five for 13.ill) or
fie per copy (111 Jan. Ilth. Address P.
K. Herring, HIT Hamilton St.. New
Weetmlneter. B.C., or nny of the book
c*��rvs.    Discount to the trade. t-3Sb)
COLLECTIONS.
_3AD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY
.wfcere. No collection, no charge.
���American-Vancouver Mercantile Ag-
eaey. 336 Hastings street west. Vancouver, B.C. (2332)
and to the requirements of the "Water
Act" will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder at New Westminster
Objections may be filed with the said
Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
B. C. TRANSPORT CO.,  LTD.,
(2304) E. .1. Fader, Manager.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
NOTICE.
To the Hoard of I.icnse Commissioners:
Notice is hereby given that at
the next regular meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners for l_ai,g-
ley, I shall apply for. a renewal of liquor license for the Langley hotel,
situate at. Langley Fort In the'province of British  Columbia.
OEORGE FENWICK CROCKET.
Langley Fort.
November 7, 1913. (238B)
B. C. COAST SS. SERVICE
From Vancouver for Victoria.
10:00 a.m Dally
2:00   p.m Dally
11:45   pm Daily
From Vancouver for Seattle.
M:00 a.m Dally
11:00 a.m Daily
From   Vancouver for  Nanaimo.
_.:��0   pin Daily
Nanaimo,  Union Bay and Comox.
3:00 a.m Wednesday and Friday
Vancouver,  Union  Bay,  Powell  River.
Jl:45 a.m Kvery  Saturday
For Prince  Rupert and Alaska.
11:00 pm    Every Saturday
t'rinoe Rupert, Granby Bay and Skeena
River Points.
Jt:8�� p.m Wednesdays   ,��� iVpplleution   to  thc   I
For Gulf Island Points. |Va v��i, B ���'. and si thl
"MY BACK HAS NEVER
TROUBLED ME
Since Taking 6IN PILLS
Lyons Brook, N.S., Feb. a6th,
"Yon are perfectly free to use my
name in any way to benefit GIN PILLS,
for they deserve the highest praiv.
Sly back has never troubled me since
taking GIN PILLS, and my wife feds
much better after taking GIN PILLS
for her back. She thinks GIN -PILLS
will make a complete cure."
JAMBS L. NATJSS.
GIN PILLS will always relieve I.ame ,���	
Hack,    Sciatica  in   Back and  Ugs, ISullivan,"and'"the'negative*byBd
Rheumatism, Burning and Scalding
Urine, Painful Urination, Weak or
Strained Kidneys, and always prevent
taking cold in the kidneys and bladder.
F.very box is sold with a positive
guarantee to give prompt relief or
money refunded. 50c. s box, 6 for
|j.$o. Sample free if you write
National Drug and Chemical Co. of
Canada, Limited, Toronto. 177
sympathy of his hearers. His subject
vas "Character," wlilch is equivalent
"o "salvation." lt is not "where we
ire" but "what we are" that counts.
Mr. Crux developed his theme under
:hree h adlngs, viz.: Appreciate good-
ie��s and desire il. Our purpose is to
main character. To obtain help
from the stronger.
Lifting up before Ihe students the
highest, holiest, manhood as seen in
lesus, the drawing power of the spirit
if Cod was at once felt, and If one
could read tho divine record of individual lives, the words which Jesus
uttered concerning Zaccheus, "Today-
hath salvation (character) come to
this house," might be found written
therein.
On Friday evening on the open literary night, an excellent debate took
life to court the brilliuut young debutante and win her.
Now the bride had retired to don her
traveling gown. Tbey were to leave
on tbe western express, nnd their destitution was 11 secret.
Presently they oimo, and I shall nev-
��r forget Dr. Iliimercllfr'H look us he
passed out of the door with bu bean-
tifui bride, His handsome face ex
pressed ninnlm-ul triumph.
A feeling of uneasiness possessed
nie for duys afterward, and 1 wus not
lurprlsed when Denjsmju Batsfty, the
father of the bride, paid mo a visit In
niy private office.
lie was looking haggard and worried, quite unlike tlie Happy, genial
gentleman who had presided nt the
wedding of Ills motherless daughter.
"Dluir.  I  need your belp,"  he snid
when we were ulone.
"Whnt is it. sir." I Inquired.
"You   were  nt   my   daughter's  wed
Jlng reception three Weeks ngo.    You
inw my daughter leave the house with
hor husband';"
"Yes."
"They have dlsappeared-completcly
disappeared."
"WclH" I was still wondering at
bis anxiety.
"Head that," he said, thrusting a tattered bit of paper Into my hands
It was a piece of brown wrapping
paper, and on It were a few seruwled
words: "Oh. father, cornel This terrl
ble bluck house! I am going mad! He
la coming n.w! i must bide this'.
Bessie."
"You believe thnt your daughter
wrote that';"
"I do. It Is ber handwriting. It
was reeelred In my mall this morning.
with   bookcases   tilled   with   volumes tbut In  length  It bore no comparison.
bound iu uniform dark covering. Ths widest exposure or "plate" silver
It was a workroom, the workroom of  on lhe newly discovered surfaeo vein
... I Is from nine to ten Ito lies, but for a
s Rtuiitm. ,.   I distance nf 21U to !!.r,0 feet il will aver-
The Student was Dr. Itnmercllfr    Be 1(boul MV0n i)l(.h���,B of n.r���;irkllbU,
wns sitting ut the desk absorbed In <tirf,
writing,    lie hud already tilled sheet 1     ���* runs par(klls! to the shore line of
nfter sheet of paper, all of which were   |<er  lake  near thu  scow   upon   which
the pumps are working and between
them and the camp buildings of the
Ker lake. Near the pumps there Is
a fault which throws tlle win about
ihree feet, and it Is remtarkuhly well
defined, Alongside the massive Htnalt-
lle and sliver vein there runs a small
calotte lead also full of silver, Th��
vi In. whieh has not yet been stripped
lor Hs rnll length, Is heading directly
i for the Drummond Fraction and the
CsribOU Cobalt lt Is probably t!l��
main vein of the Drummond. from
which to much silver was obtained In
the old days.
Very little sloping has been done
on the Kast Main vein above the 1411-
fool   level,  as  it   was  deemed   unwise
���cn tt ered over desk and floor
Suddenly he leaned buck lu his (hnlr
und un agonised expression convulsed
hls face lie reached Ills hand toward 11 small vlul. shook some pellets
Into bis mouth mid dropped buck In his
ctiulr. one hum! gripping his heart HIS
eyes Closed and be breathed heavily.
Wns his leisure a heaven sent opportunity for uie'.'
I slipped buck to my tree, gained
tho plniuui nnd found entrance through
11 front window. I pried open tlie
wooden shutters, smashed thu glass
With the butt of my revolver, turned
the catch nud misi-d tbs snsh. As I
entered 1 seemed to be smothered in until tbe lake was lowered to touch
folds of heavy drapery. Kicking myself clear, I found myself In total darkness.
I drew out my electric torch nnd
pressed the button. "Heavens!" I shuddered ns I realized my surrounding*
I appeared to be in a mortiiniy 1 Impel, for wiills nnd celling were pnueled
In black, the enrpet wns of thick blink
pile, the furniture of dend black luster-
less teakwood, cushions, draperies-*
everything In that borrible room WSS
tbs same grewsuitte blsck.
1 opened llle black enameled door
nnd entered 11 blink hull I passed
through a black library and n blink
dining room, uiul my nerve* were a-tln-
glc with Horror.
anything abOVS the level Now the
ground above Is high and dry. of
course, the orr can be taken out right
to the surface On the 140 foot level
the vein, while high grade, la not half
so wide as on the surface
Kerr lake has now been lowered until there Is nothing but a small pool
in the centre of a vast expanse of
quaking mud, above wlilch the gulls
soar and screnm on the hunt for dead
flsh The pumps are now dredwlng
lhe mud which covers the bottom of
the lake for fourteen or fifteen feet.
The shores of lhe lake rise high and
dry and can easily be trenched nnd
prospected this winter
The financial success of th" pumping out of Kerr Slake la now assured
beyond all peradventure, as tar as tbe
Millers,   for   it
The   kitchen   wns
ment compared to the
was slate gru.v
I.n the black pslnted stairs 1 crept.
feeling n strange depression steeling
over inc. the unwholesome Influence "f
tin- dreadful house: through s hlack
upper hall to the nearest black paneled
disir.   Tliere I paused
Wbnt would I hud within this grew-
some place wiii-re Dr. RtttnercllfT,
plainly n lunatic, hnd taken his heno-
tiful bride, petted daughter of the millionaire.
1 turned the bnndlc nnd entered a
blnck boudoir
Stretched on tlie couch, fnce down-
word, her face burled In black sofn pli*
cheerful npnrt-! Ki'rr lake Mining company Is concerned. Tlie Kast Main has every Indication of being another Carson vein,
and the latter on the Crown Reserve
produced  several  million   ounces.
GET8 PARDON AND
BURNS FAMILY'S HOUSE
place at Columbian college on the sub-   th    onMlop9  |M.ur'|I1B ���   blurred  post
jeet, "Resolved, that Cromwell was a
greaier man than Napoleon," the af-
'������native being taken by the interrne-
Idlale class, represented by Mr. W.
Deans. Miss Mary Day and Mr. Harry
ward
LIQUOR   LICENSE   NOTICS.
; I'alrick, Miss Isabell Marshall aud Cecil Beckwith. representing Ihe commercial clasa
Three of the six contestants made
I lhelr maid"ii speech and acquitted
themselves wltb great credit. Mr. Sui-
ill'.an in particular revealing genuine
iability. Both Miss Day and Miss
[Marshall proved conclusively the contention of iiie affirmative side of the
previous debute that Women are oa
I pab'e of exercising the franchise."
The judges' decision, giving tha hon-
HEALED  TENDERS  addressed   to   thc
1 undersigned snd endorssd    "Tender    for
j Iuil! II.,!!. '. ictorts, 11. i'." wlll bc ic-i**.
ed until I .'����� P. M. ,,ii Thursday, December   ii.   1918.   foi   lhi   construction   ,,i   0
Drill   Hall  at   Victoria,   B.C
plans, specifications nnd  form of contracl ��� *.m 1,,* I*-*, n and forms ot tender <>��>-
talned on application 1" the office ,,r Wm
I Henderson, resldenl .-in-iilt,-,*'. Victoria,  B
itmnater nt
! i---.mii menl
murk, and In nddltlon to my name nnd
iddrcss were tbe penciled words.
'Whoever duds this please mail nt
ance.'"
lie produced the envelope, and 1
't udled   the   postmark    through    my
���Ul'lillgCSt glnssos.
"Looks like Woodrlft. That's a little village down on Long Island." 1
inld finally. "I'll go down there m
ume. You believe that both of them
have met with foul pluy'f"
lie shook bis head doubtfully
"Read thnt note over ngnln. Blnlr
It's some of ltnmerellff's work. I feur
I should never hnve allowed Bess to
marry hlm. He is almost innd himself
over Ills profession, but he fascinated
her. You will go nt once. Blnlr'/"
"Within the hour." I decided, repine-
, Ing tbe time table In my pocket.
It   wns  4  o'clock   when   1   reached
, Woodrlft. a  little north shore Village,
surrounded on three sides by onk for
Milan. Nov 17. A dreadful reoange
has been takpn at RovatO near Brescia, by a criminal named Mnssettl.
who. on receiving a royal pardon, was
refused a home by his family on account of hls violent temper and his
past record.    He had  been  serving a
life sentence for murdering his swsst-
henr;.
Last night he was surprised by his
,   ,   .     rather and brother as he was heaping
lows,  was u slender  form gurbwl In wood   at���,   alr!,w   ttKahlHl  Ul���  ,.ln-|ly
black. j homestead.    Ho  at  once  set   fire  to
Her hnlr wns white ss snow. |tlie��e   materials,  and  then   shot  dead
I   turned the light  Upon  her.  snd 1   his father and brother, who were try
plnccd my linnd on ber arm, and sbs   lng to put out the flameB and to res
screamed'with terror. cue two women and a child Inside tho
"fio   away!"   she   cried.      "Oh.   go   house.
nwiiv"'     - These  were, however, hurried from
,_,. ,           ��� ,    tbe   burning   house   bv   another   rela-
"Mra. Itnmerciiff.    1 said-   Miss Hal- . ,|v(,      *hsrenpon    Massettl     puraiMHl
soy���Bessie. them and shot them and their reecuer
At tiie last word she tnrnPd nnd lift-   dead.
ed  her beautiful   white fnce to ni-s. a '.     Massettl  next went to the  home of
fnce wild with feur.    Her blsck eypshls married brother. Here he was met
by a number of farm workers, who
dared not approach hlm Massettl,
however, would not riBk capture, and
I fled to the woods.
7.00 a.n    Tuesdays for Victoria.    Call       P��i    ��� ��� tendering bm notified lhat len
iur iii tviinU in the Onlf islands decs  wlll  not    nsldsred   unluss  made
uit at points tn tne uuu tsianos,       ,���   ,,.  ,, ...,,, ���.,,. applied, snd slmeii
SSU. aOUt-BTi  Asent.  New Westminster. , wit 1, their   ictus I signatures, -t.'iiiiK theli
H. w. HRilllIK  O   P   A.. Vsnoouver        ! pillions and plncw-* of residence. In th
    ,,-    .1   firms   tho actual  signature,   thi
���**gg^^��Tj-___--_-__r??^M^^^^^^'-gg^^g   1,., 1,, 1 -       ihe urcupatlon, nnd nine- ,,l r<>s
Idenc, "I ' a, ll nv mbei <>t thi firm iiiiim
I,,   given
Each tendei musl !<���* accompanied by ai
ucci-pied cheque "ii ���> chartered bank pai
Bblu  10 *1*,   mder of Hi,*  Honourable the
Mb    *  1 ol  Public Works, equal 1 11 per
,*, nt (10 p.cl i,.*" He amount of the lender,
which win lis forfeited If the person tendering   decline   '"   enter   Into   11    Iracl
wh, ti called ni",n tn do s,,. or full t'i
complete the wnrk contrfacted for. It the
tender l���* nol ncccpled the cheque will l���*
returned.
The Deportment  does nol  bind itself to
accept   tl>,>   lnw,'*-t   nl*   :mv   tl'Ildl 1 .
By urdi r,
ll. C,  DE8RIICHERR
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones:  Office 53, Residence tli.
JOHN  ItEID, Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Agents     Palmer     Bros.'    flosollne
Ca-glnes.   Marine   Ungues   aud   Automobile  Repairs.
Office and Works:  Tenth St.
tr.O. Baa ��74.    New Westminster. B.C
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
&*��� the  South,'list Quarter  of Section
26. Township 8, In the District   of
���New Westminster.
Wtaeres.*;   proof  Ol   lhe  loss of Cer-
ttacatc   of  Tltl��   Numlier   131641',   is
���ned iu the name of James C. Porlong
rand Charles Itumme.l has bten filed in
chin office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shnll,
at thc expiration of ono month from
*__�� date of the flrst publication here
a*>t, in a dally newspaper published In
the City of Now Westminster, IsBiie
a duplicate of (he said certificate, un
Ceee In the meantime valid objection
-*��� made to me lu �� ruing.
J, C, OWYNN.
-   District Itcglstrar of Titles.
Cand Refttstry Office,
Now Westminster, B.C., October 18,
1913. C2��9>
Read - Fhe - News
  : ora by a margin of three points to tba
I Notice is hereby given that 1 Intend intermediate clas.s was generally felt
to apply at the next sitting of the to be a Just one. Prof. F. N, Stapleford,
Board of License Commissioners for m. a, li. D.. gave a keen but kindly
the City of New Westminster for a j critique. Following this a Scotch re-
bottle license and a wholesale license i citation, entitled "InT'im," by W
for the sale of llrjuors in and Upon | Deans provided great, amusement, and
the premises situated upon Lot 9, Of]a found-cnnversatloniil contest and re-
City I'.lock 24, In the said City of New I fresh ments followed by tba singing of puts nnd on the fourth by a shallow
Westminster  B.C. the national anthem closed a most in-, ,inrbor.
UB. HAINES.       struethlvs  and  entertaining evening      ,  m,ld(. MMm,  tnqn,ry  nmon8 ,������
Dated this lnth day of November, 1913. 1 |oongera ���|)(,���t tbe postofflce nnd hotel
I'iWH FROM HANGING HE I where I put up. but none of theiu had
. . TURNED TO PREACHING    seen any strangers therenboiits.    The
  postmaster did give me n clew.
I < :��l' 11. N 17 The dentil Is nn -The old Vnle place was tnkon bv
nounced at Bradford of Jamsi Berry, gtrangm several months ngo. but I
who <*���::������ hangmen of Bngland from
the death of Marwood In lis:: until
1S82
After acting as a boot salesman nnd
policeman,   Berry   carefully   qualified
for    the    new  post, and  wrote lo the
"I have Been
widened, and sbe gave one grent glut
cry.
"Oh. take me tn fnther!" And then
she sunk bark unconscious.
I did not stand upon my going from
thnt plsce I gathered tbe poor lime
bride In my arum nnd carried ber down
the stnlrs nnd out of thut nwful house.
I wns able to get 11 ten to thut would
tuke us to Oakdnle.  Where I   lured 11
motorcar; nnd nbout midnight we drew
up to the llnlsey resideu, e. the white I
hnlred bride with my luiiidkii, luef lleil I ~
over her lovely lo.'ks. garlH-d Iii blink, i8tJrt|1       Rtve|��tlon   of   Methods   to
nnd   I   lhe young  detvtilve  with   my
BIG STORES BUY
UP NEWSPAPERS
LIQUOR  LICENSE  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend
in apply nt the next sitting of the
Licensing Board for the city of New
Westminster for n renewal of license
to sell liquors by retail on the premises known  as the  lloynl City   Hotel.
situated at  corner of Customs  House |Edinburgh magistrates
Bquare  and Columbia Strpot, in
i-uiil City of New WeBtmlnster.
B. KALCI1.
New Westminster. Nov.*, 1913.
(__.��)
LIQUOR   LICENSE  NOTICE.
the j Mr. Calcraft execute three convicts at
Manchester thirteen years ago, and
should you think fit to give me lii"
appointment I would endeavor to
mcei your approval." He executed1
over  two  hundred   people,   and   made!
s,*< retary, ���
I i,-|,.ii-tin,*> 1 of I' inn,   Works, S noticr IS HKTtEBY GIVEN that I ln-
Oltiiwii,  November   II    1918. tend at  the next meeting of the Bonrd
Newspapers   will   nol   In-   paid   r<n*   tliiHnr  1,1,.,���KI. I'l.mmlBsioiicrs to ripply for n
advertisement   if   they   inM,ri   it   without]transfer   from   myself,   Charles  Schwann,
authority from tho Department.���4B4II8.      to John K. MacKengtc nnd Bruce Loop, r,f
l-'l-ll   ,1.,.   r,mil   Llriuor   license   of   the   Colonial
���1   1 1 .^���-������������������*���- .'inlel   In   Ihli  cltV,
CHARLES  SCHWAIIN.
12?r,_i Applicant
New Wesiminster, B.C., Nov.  Dili.  1 Sl"
(Jon't believe nny one Is there yet"
"Who Is the cn ret nkerV"
"Rciiri'li ine!" suid tbe postmnster.
returning lo his neglected duties
"Some queer forelcner Who lives In
llle burn und buys hls supplies over tn
Oil:', llle."
I 1 hose to tuke my first view of the
Viilc place by moonlight I bnd trnv>
ersed perhaps hulf n mile along the
gloomy  wood   rond.   where   moonlight
tirst grent cuse
Mr Halsey wns in Ills librnrv. nnd I
shall never forget bis glud fnce wheu t
restored Ills daughter t" him.
I remained long enough to henr her
story, mid ihen I left father sud daughter together, for I must Innrnej mice
more down tn Woodrlft and ascertain
if thnt  Insane bridegroom imd sue-
cuiniied to the seizure l had wltnensisl
from lbe roof.
Control Trsds���Trade  Journal*
Takes Matter Up.
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
In   thc   matter  ol   the  estate  of   Joseph
111:1111   Deceased
KfOTICH Is hereby Riven  that all per-
having claims against  ni>- c-etHte <>r
Joseph   Dunn,   lati   01   the  city   01   !*'***���]
Westminster,   In   Mi,-   Province  <,f   liriiiHh
Columbia, ,1 used, letters <>r ndmlnlstrii-
1 on of M"   ��� ������������:������ and effe f mo said
deeensed   having been granted by tho Bu-1
prerav  Coun   i,r   British  nluinbtn   on   lh"
llin dnv ,,f November, 1913  to John Dunn *
,,f tl "v of S'ancouver, laborer   lhe administrator ni ,1 therein,  Hint  Uu y ure
hereto   reoulred to sud In oil particulars!
heir claims lo the wild .1    Dunn
NOTICE.
���   eHlnt"   nf   AllgUStllS
D., hit" ot the City
, .  ,I,'C,'H1",I *
In the in.itt'-r of th
Frederic I mme. M
ol N'<*w Wesuntnsb
TAKK NOTICE that probate of the will j
,,f  AUKUStUfl   I* I*,',1,*I*IC   |l.��,ll> . ,1 c .,
been  Issued  tn   Lewis Griffith   MoPhllllns
and George ImukIhh Brymner, the oxecu-l
!,irs ln the sold Will named.
And   fm il-, 1   ink"  notice   thai   all   per- ;
���ci  hnvlng nnv  ,-lnlrtH nK'ilnst   th-*  said
vho was condmened to death in 1KH4
'or the murder of a woman at Bab-
bacombe, nenr Torquay. Lee's sen-
"I'lU!" was then commuted to penal
servitude for life, and he was afterwards  released.
Berry's appearance In no wny aug-
;ested the executioner, and he was
spoken of ns a kind-hearted man. He
turned evangelist after his retirement
which he said was due to the discovery
that iwo persons he had executed hail
heen Innocent. He acted as a lay
preacher in his native town and started a poultry farm.
nllle
nf    1,1s    BOllelt'llfl.    MntlMMOli    A
"1:   Mn* iIiikii   Street,   W- si
eou'   1.  t:   C nn ,,r li- I'm,*  lbe 20th day
of   I i.e. mi., 1.   1013
 1   nniici   Is  herebv  given   thnl   after
thm ilnie the Administrator will pvoe ,*i!
to ��li riliiit,* th,- assets nf Un- snld de-
cesseil nuinilg tlle parties ������ntIt!<il thereto,
hnvlng t'-ciril only to lhe ebiims ol w'i|i*ti
the sahl Viliiilnlstrntiir sluill Uk-ii havi
hnd nolle innl he will mil l���- liable for
the assets or nny part thereof so distributed to nny person of whose elulni he
Ishiill not  then   bnve  hnd  notice.
Dated this ISth dny of November. ISIS.
JOHN   DUNN,
Administrator of the  lial.ili     of    Jos'i'li
'    Dunn  . (-41.(1)
. ��� ��������� ,,. required t" send full pnrtl
thereof duly verified, 10 the undersigned
1.. <��� ������ the 16th i'ii ' of |i-c,.ii,:��� 1.
mi. nn,1 nil persons Indebted 60 the wild
estate are required to nnv the n.mniiit ,,f
I tbeir  Indebtedness forthwith.
After tin* said   15th duy of December,
i''"'i    the  snld executors  wdll  nre Ml  to
dlstrlbuti    tin*  esllll"  of  lhe   snld   ,lee.ised j
nm,,iiu  the persons entitled  thereto, bnv-'
I11K  regard only in ths claims they shnll i
ihen have Imd notice of.
imi. ,1 i!,is 1 un dnv of November, A, D, 1
1911,
M'l'IIII.I.IPH  &   WOOD,
Of 111 to llin Hirks liulldliiK. Granville
Btreel Vancouver, u, C- Solicitors rnr
tin* Bxacutors. (-_i:si 1
three vain attempts to hang John Loo.| fM" ���" ellWr patches on Ibe carpel of
thick leaves, when a man passed me.
going swiftly toward the village.
He paused and peeied at me for an
Instant,
"Where you go?" ho nsked thickly,
snd I smelt whisky on his breath.
"Oikvllle," I snld shurply.
"Oh." he snld. wllh his foreign ne
cent, "Yon on wrung road. Oo buck
quarler mile, tin*i to left."
"Tjnnks," I murmured Ironically,
for I recognised tlie caretaker nf ttie
Vnln place and hls evident desire tn
lurs me nwny from the house, which
he wis leaving unguarded.
To allay his suspicions I wn Iked
hark with hlm ami allowed hlm ti.
place ine on the right path.    Wh"ii he
wns out of sight 1 retraced my sir,*"
nnd, ifter walking for perhaps ft mile,
slways following the more uiitniveleil
rond. I liiiully enme upon a nigh brick
wall Hint wound nro'iml among Ihs
trees encircling Ihe dark bulk of a
largn house.
It mis n lonely spot enough, tbl
wnstbi closing around the house wllhlr
lhe if ill. The moonlight fell In patch
es t>n the ground, overgrown with
roarse grass nnd briers. The shuttcr-n
of  Ihe  house   appeared   closed,   bul
Kiimforl
Overshoes
The Drygoods ReveW, In Its last Is
sue comes out with  the following Interesting revelation: .
The   hlg  departmental   stores  continue  to extend   their  Interests  In or
control of the dally newspaper In Toronto,   Montreal,  and     Winnipeg.    A
He   was  dead   when   1   reached   Ihe I large Interest In, If not the control of
blnck   bouse,   n   victim   .,f   heart   .lis-   another Toronto dally  has  Just  been
nun*.     And   so   perished   a   brilliant jacqulred.    In Montreal It came ont in
._..-.._._. i._  1,. ..���-   legal proceedings recently that one of
thc oldest dally   papers  there  passed
mlml that was destroyed by Its own
Intensity.
Bessie's story was pitiable enough
some months ago Into the hands of tbe
chief  owner  of  11   rising   mall  order
Her husband  had taken  her lo the bouse   which alms to  monopolize thn
block   bouse,  nml  as  coolly   and   lm- trade In custern Cunada,    Thero aro
personally as be might hare wutciusi now nine dallies In Toronto, Montreal
the struggles of n butterfly Impaled on and Winnipeg, which are known to bo
.1 pin he studied Ihe effect of color on ow"��1|. or controlled by, the big stor��
��� .1.   .inn.. M.e- _���,���_._ and financial Interests, and while poa-
n Ihe dense black slmos- ||m_ _8 ^ ������,���,���,_��� of pub���p oplnlon
are the organs of these Interests. Thn
trade of these houses has grown enor-
thc brain.
I pbere of the  bind:  house  he raliulv
I watched the slow killing of the beau*
tlful girl.    Ile hud told her of his, In*
I tentlon. and she had struggled des|a,r-
utely to get a message to her father
I Once she hnd escaped and reached I'm
rond. tint when she found them In pur
mously In theso cities where Ihesn
dallies circulate, but in the other cities and smaller placea where them
are good local newspapers, they have
not made the aame gains, because the
Over-Stockings I
All Dealers
suit  she   tossed   her   letter   Into   the ij����' f*\����� n.r�� *���� ��d't��,| nml��r"
i...h___ nnA .ii,.-_._-i t-.nm.mit .��i__..  \-��y*-] *" tholr -of*- moTchatita and re-
; hushes and Rllowed herself to I* re-  f *e to CBf     the B(lvertulI1K of u���
cptured. but her message had gone |blg clty gtor(,   Th��� ()nly WRy ,��� wh,,.h
f',rth' the big dullh's ean mnke headway la
That  was  sll.    Mrs.   Rnmercllff rt*   by cutting their prlceB.    They get 13
covered her health and beauty, and the   to $5 a year In Montreal, Toronto and
secret of her disappearance was never 1 Winnipeg, but. sell In other Cities at
divulged
Benjamin Halsey kept his word. He
rewarded me. He msde me the run
est mnn In thc world, for I married
Bessie afterword.
"Dn you think you nre able In aupport. my daughter In the style to which
she hns been accustomed?"
"I don't know sir, but I'll tell you
what I can do."
"What's Hint ?"
"I can save you about fiO per cent,
of bur present cost lo you."
50 cents to $1 n year. ThlB does not
pay for the white paper on which theae
newspapers are printed, but tho heavy
deficits are made up by subsidies
through big advertising contracts and
In other ways, and by the low postal
rates, Tho merchants and newspapers outside of theso thr big <WI-
tres Bhould get together and Insist
that no newapaper should have tho
privilege of tho malls which hm n lower subscription price outside than In
the centre lu which It Ih published or
which Bella ul less than cost of th*
paper used, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER it, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAQI   ������VtH
Importing Bugs To
Eat Up Other Bugs
Government Entomologist Learns Valuable   Lessons   On   Recent   Trip
to British Columbia.
Ottawa, Nov. 17.���Dr. Oordon Hew
Itt, thu Dominion entomologist, has
JObt returned from a long western trip,
in the course of which he Inspected
the Dominion laboratories In the prairie provinces and In British Columbia.
lie also extended hls trip to ('alitor
nla, I!1.1)1 nnd Idaho, for the purpose
of studying at firBt hand the methods
of dealing with insect pests In those
stales. At present Canada Is threat
emll with the Introduction of new
pests and It was with u view of preparing for the sontSSt that the doctor took
this triu.
In California, v>here they am constantly receiving shipments from the
Orient,  he  found   the  best  organized
system of   inspection   of   lm ported
plants and fruit on tho I'acific coast.
ln this statu they carry on a war
against pens by means of parasites,
and also through the ubo of local Insects lu a wonderful way. They collect lady bugs, the chief enemies of
plant lice, in sections where lhey occur, and distribute them In sections
where they are not found. Last year
they distributed of theae parasite In-
HOctMaboul a ton lu single quantities
to melon growers und others. These
lady bugs spread at a grent rate and
did a wonderful amount of good. In
themselves they are quite harmless.
Wrong   Conception.
"It l,i quite a popular misconception," said the doctor, "to think that
tbOSS puraslli s can themselves become
Injurious. They feed on their particular hosts nud should lhey ut any
time vanquish their hosts so far as to
kill them off entirely, they would disappear also, As a matter of fact, however, they are nlwuys a sufficient number of the insects left to maintain the
parasite-'."
While In California the doctor visited the state and the Leland Stanford universities and was mucb In
forested   in   their   work.
The alfalfa weevil, which Is now
therateiilng Canada, was Introduced
ou to the North American continent
from Kurope and han now become a
serious pes'. In Utah and Idaho, Where
alfalfa Is gronn very largely under Irrigation. The pest Is spreading along
the llne of the railways and coming
north towards the Canadian border
Th" doctor studied the means taken
for the dlspSTSSj" of the Insect to pre
vent, If possible, Ils artificial produc
tion. as Its natural spread is Inevitable, though active measures will be
taken to keep It under Control The
lessons learned In the United States,
though their methods are by no means
perfected, will prove most valuable
and hive been most courteously placed at the Bervlce of Canada "The
fight ls being carried on by means of
Itp parasite, just ss In Canada we aro
Bl 'ting the brown tailed moth and
the gypsy moth by encouraging their
parasites."
Collecting  More   Bugs.
When these pests were brought in
from Kurope their parasites did not
accompany Ihem and for some time
men hSVS been in Kuropo carefully
collecting these parasites, sending
them to s laboratory ln Salt Lake
City, hatching them out nnd spread-
'lng  them    throughout    tho    western
Btalec. t
lu canti rn Canada B'milar work Iibb
I been undertaken. Tho brown tailed
|moth Is very bad In the New Kngliind
islntea   and   the    authorities    of   the
United Btates department of agriculture bave allowed a Canadian  repre-
IsentatlVS   to    collect    the    parasites
Iwbtob they themselves huve Introduc-
jed   from   Kurope  for tho  purpose of
j lighting the pest, send them to Kred-
erieton, N,  II., where they are developed .md spread throughout both New
Brunswicll  and   Novu  Scotia.   In  this
way preparations are being made for
lhe invasion, which wlll certainly come
through the natural spread of the Insect r.
lu  the  meantime the  parasites are
belne  taught   to  attack  some  of our
native   Insects   and   do  good   In   this
way.    This  work  hus  been  going on
!for two yearB nnd  has  been  particularly successful the lasi summer, one
lot these  parasites havo  been  Import-
led   and   distributed   to   the   extent   of
fifty thousand nnd a second one to the
number   of   six   thousand.   They   nre
.distributed   in   colonies   In     different
parts of the provinces and speedily go
to work.   There will be plenty of them
to  meet  tin;  Invasion  when  It  comes
off and now they nre attacking the tussock   moth,   the   cabbage   worm   and
oth"r pests that have alreay  wrought
great damage In Canada.
At. present those In charge of the
field station In southern .Manitoba are
studying the Insects affecting cereals,
Including wheat; In southern Alberta
they are studying t'ie cut worm and
other pests and In liritish Coliinihis
It'ae entomologist Is concerning hiin-
n If wltb fruit pests. There are now
Stations in all the provinces In charge
of trained entomologists who are Investigating the pests of each particular i"��li ii. While the pcBts may up
pear the same in two parts Of their
life histories are different and the
imeans of control may have toassums
different forms, Kor instance, the hud
moths which are bad on the apples,
jhave been found to consist of ihree
different kinds and different treatments have been meted out to them.
[ Just at prsenl a most important
investigation is going on. In conjunction wilh the l'nited States authorities, in investigating the white grubs
nnd her effects on field crops. When
nn Innulry of thin character can be
carried on over a wide area with a
whole army of observers the results
nro much more likely to prove beneficial and lusting than If only taken
over a limited  part of the country.
Qenersl Disciplined.
I'aris, . i' . 1 /. General Kaurle was
adjudged guilty today of an act of In-
iii-ic, . anting    letters    after
close cf the fall manoeuvres on tbe
subject of military exercises In wlllch
he had participated. He was placed
in the retired list.
j The Yellow j
I    Claw    I
Was It the End
of It?
By CLARISSA  MACKIE
Gets Six Months.
Calgary, Not. 17.* Andrew Bmlth
was sentenced to six months' hard
labor by Magistrate Sanders this
nn ruing for entering a room In the
Alberta Loan building with the Intention of stealing some property from
Mr Hunt, the occupant of the room
Hunt came In almost at the same
time nud caught Smith before he hnd
a chance to take anything, Smilh
despite his name. Is s Itussian. al
though he hai I.tun in Cunada for
three years, and he aroused the
ocjoosl's wrath by his Inability to
speak English. "l>o you mean to Bay
you have beeu three years In this
Oountry and can't speak our lan-
guage!" oi lul in ed his worship with
some    heal.      Smith    was    examined
through nlterpreter Bobocppe.
Oeorge Blake, with the Alcasar Btock Company   which wlll appear at tlte
Royal theatre on Wednesdsy night.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Our Interior Finish la manufactured from-timber speoiaily selected for Plat drain."
We are also specialising in Fir Doora with Veneered Panels,
which sre better In construction, more beautiful ud ao mora expensive than the old solid raised panel doon.
Oet our prices before placing yonr orders.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WIITIRN LUMMR 00, tTO.)
Loeal Sties Department Phone WO.
Perkins entered bis employer's private olllce and Inld a squure paper
wrapped package st "Murray's elbow.
"liy parcel post, marked -rersoinil,"-
he murmured n|>ulogetlcully und went
away as slle/illy us he had come.
John Murray stared at thc package
wllh Incredulous eyes. Suddenly his
Jinv set tlruily uud be Jumped up aud,
locking the door to tbe outer ofllce.
went to his safe .nml took from uu inner comportment two other packages
of the same Site and Bhape us the 000
Perkins hud Just brought ln.
With tbe three packages ranged before him on the desk. John Murray
studied them with knitted brow.
Tbey were exuetly alike. Hc opened
one of the packages.
Within was u sipiare hot of Chinese
red lacquer, with u powdering of gold
ou tlte lid. The box was perhaps len
Inches square and three Inches deep.
.Murray lifted the lid und guzed long
at the strange conteuts of tbe box.
Ou a bed uf red silk lay a hand���a
hideous, cluw-llke bund���wltb Ious.
transparent nails The thing was made
of yellow- wax, but so perfect was tbe
workmanship nnd so faithfully had the
artisan carried out his idea that tbe
yellow bund seemed like that of a living human band, a veined aud knotted
bund, wllh muscled lingers half curled, us if lu malignant desire to clutch.
lo strangle, to kill.
There wus nothing else in the box
save Uie yellow, cluw-llke hand.
Witb set lips Murray opened the sec
oud box and disclosed a facsimile of
lhe waxen baud uud the third box and
saw still another hand. Uut tbls last
bund contained tn the box just arrived
was closed, us though it beld some
thing in a death grip.
Murray shuddered * little, for he
knew thut Ibe lb-root which the Yellow
Clnw longed to grasp was bis own.
He knew Hint Ihe death grip was intended for his owti strong, browu
llirn.it.
Murray knew Hint he had received
the I luce warnings and that lf tie did
not obey the last one���well, he drew a
sharp breath and walked to tbe win
duw-well. If be didn't bead lbe third
warning, why. lie would disappear as
mysteriously ns Henderson bud vanish
cd three mouths before or as completely as Moore bad dropped out of sight
six months ago.
"I will speak to Swlnnerton. He
must advise nie," muttered Murray us
be iltnist the boxes back Into the safe
SOd locked the door.
As lie s[K>ko tliere came a rap nt the
office door.
He turned Ihe key nnd admitted
1'crkius. who darted tittle, snaky
glances around the room as be delivered Ills message:
"Mr Swlnuertoii to see you. sir."
"Send him In. please." said Murray
Bhortly and he pushed forward a deep
chair for Ills visitor, who eutered al
most Immediately. Tom Swiunerton
was a tail. thin, anxious looking young
man with fair hair tousled over bis line
forehead. He sunk down in tbe chair
a ud tossed bis but on tbe desk.
-Hope I dou't bore you. Murray, but
I've beard frum Ihem," he said wltb a
nervous laugh
John Murray uttered a faint echo of
lbe laugh
"I'm lu the same box. Tom. I've
heard three limes."
"My Ood. Murray"' gasped the otber.
"You dou't mean-why. wbat are you
going to do about It?"
Murray shrugged his shoulders. "The
third cull cume only half nn hour ago."
"I've beard twice. I enme lo ask
your advice." shuddered tbe youngt'r
man. Using his nnUuim eyea un Murray's strong fine.
"There's only one thing to do. Tom.
after ull"- and Murray turned sudden
ly and sat down close to bis visitor
lie s|��ike In a whisper: "Yen know we
four. Moore and Henderson, you und I.
promised to oliey the call of the Yellow Clnw ut any time lo return for
which they allowed lleuderson to go
free after I bnt linsi-o nf his up tbe
river. Those were rough days for for-
elgners In China, nnd. well. I lidu'l believe any one of ua expected to be
tailed upon to do what the Yellow
Claw demands. lleuderson must bsve
refused nnd Moore as well, for yon
know thoy hsve both disappeared."
"Well, wbnt Is the one tblng to do.
Jnbn?" nsked Tom after awhile.
"Oo down Into Chinatown, Bnd out
what they went and then decide wbat
Is heat to be done-"
������When shell we got'
"Tonight Is beat. I've bad my last
mil. Tbe third bond beld a gal-rotor's
roid. Jove, they're en uncanny est
these Chinese!" Murray arose and
pared the Boor.
"Wby Chinatown? We dont know
where to go," objected Tom.
"They've come by parcel poet I've
investlgsted and can tell yon tbe very
station from wblch they were mailed,
and I'm pretty sure tbst wbsn era get
Into Cblnstown there will be some one
inoklng out for ue to take us to tbs
Yellow Oew."
��� see ��� ��� e
Tbe two men dined lo etleoee. end
when tbe neriy twilight wu falling
tbey walked slowly ap Dupont street,
touching elbowe wltk giant ered Asiat
ics wbo had formed this foreign settle |
ment ln California's largest city.
As   they    passed   a   'dark   alley   s I
Chinese stepped forth und held out a
lean bund toward tbem.
"Come," be said in a shrill whisper,
aud the two followed, knowing tbut
they   bad  received  tbe  dreaded sum  j
uions.
Down tbe alley, lighted at long distances by small smoky oil lamps ubove
grim doorways, through a broken inch,
a turn to the left, through a swiftly
opened door, down un HI lighted pus
sage, nt the end of which were broken
steps leading duwn Into a black void
Tbelr guide produced a candle, lighted
It and led the way duwn other steps
Into the bowels of the earth. At lasl
hu paused before a black painted door
and rapped softly three times, then
three times again.
Tlie door swung Inward and dis
closed a dimly lighted room.
Under u canopy of richly embroidered su tin there sat on a cushioned
teakwood chair a dignified figure chid
In n Chinese robe of stiff bdocadc. On
the breast of the tunic bung a heavy
chain of inn ber beads and from thc
bends there swung u life size waxen
hand���thu replica of tbe three tbut
John Murray hud received, and of tbe
two thut bud come to Swlnnerton.
The face of the uiuu In Ihe chair
was bidden under a queer musk of
painted porcelain, but his brlgkt dark
eyes slnme through narrow slits
beneuth the painted  brows
Murray looked around to find tbnt
the (loor wus closed und their guide
hnd disappeared. They were alone
with tbe grim figure in the chair.
"Advance." mumbled the figure In
Kngiish, nnd the two obeyed mechanically. Murray's hand rested on the
revolver iu his coat pocket
"You buVe come In obedience to tha
beckoning of the Yellow Claw," wel |
nn tbe voice monotonously; "ure you
prepared to keep your promise made 11
the  st high Feng Soy?"    His vobj
dropped to a whisper us he sOed ���;
few words of secret import A dead
silence followed his speech,
"What Is it you wish us to do?" ask.
ed Murray nt last.
Again the personage bowed bis cov.
ered bead and wldstiered short abrupt
sentences lhat cuused bis heroes tu
stiffen with horror.
'lhelr faces were wblte like drifts 1
snow wbeu they lifted tbem to thc lm
passive porcelain mask.    Swlnnerton .
eyes   were  fixed  ou  the  bright  dark
eyes of the |iersoiiage wltb a straugt
intensity; It was ns if be was trying
to wring some secret from tbe keepei |
of the Yellow Claw���ae if be was rack-
lug bis memory for aome clew.   Mur
ray broke tbe silence.
"And If we refuse?" he asked.
"If you refuse." answered tbe voice,
"lleuderson aud Moore wlll no longer
be aloue."
Tom was laughing and In either
rliitcbed band was a revolver; bis loug
neck wns thrust forward nnd bis bead
nodded waggishly at the personage.
For tbo first time tbe figure in tbe
leak wood chair moved, tbe bands
sought folds of the voluminous robes
and flashed out again.
Four revolver sbota deafened tbe sir.
aud wheu tbe smoke bad cleared sway
Swlnuerion was sitting on the floor
with a bullet through hla arm, while
the teak wood chair was empty.
On tbe silken carpet before tbe dais
was a huddled form under folds uf
stiff brocade. ,
.Murray leaned over bis friend and
assisted him to rise.
"Tom, ure you badly hurt?"
"A scratch on my arm.    1  believe
Perklbs is dead.   Better look and see,"
returned tbe other wltb a dry laugh.
"-Perkins! Wbut are you talking
nlsiut?"
"Wby. I guess you'll find tbat the
Yellow Claw Is nothing leas than your
confidential clerk. Perkins. I thought
his face wus familiar, bnt couldn't
place It Remember Blake, tlie renegade while man wbo got Henderson
Into that trouble up the Ynogtr.e?'"
"Yes. of course; but Perkins"���
"Perkins Is Blake, and the rascal bss
been working ns four to tbe limit
Must bare robbed und murdered Moore
and Henderson. Both wore handsome
Jewelry aud carried large sums of
money when tbey disappeared- Let ua
get out of tbis."
"But tbe Yellow Claw?" protested
Murray, unconvinced tbst all ' theae
yeara of unesalness aod tbe last few
weeks of terror bsd been Inspired by
tbe machinations ut bis snaky eyed
clerk.
"Perkins Is tbe Yellow aaw. It
doesn't exist outside uf Chins. Thst's
my best twt. He's used bis knowledge
lo blackmail us. and he may be the
tool for treasonable powers higher up
Itemember tbe sums of money be demanded.   Whew!" .  ��;
Murray stepped tn tbe prostrate tons
snd turned It over. Tbe porcelain
musk fell away end disclosed the deed
fiu-e of IVrklna The wuxen band at
bis neck wan red wltb blood.
Without another word the two Americana left tbe room. Together they Bed
silently by strange pssasgee and
through crooked corridors, darting
blindly here end tbere. op darksome
stairway*, until, guided by a watchful
Providence, tbey found themselvse In
a dim courtyard tbat was peopled only
ta tbe shadows. No on* stayed their'
flight, for no one cared. Eaeb had bla
own affairs, and murder was a common thing.
Finally tbey came to the BNf-ul
building, and Murrey helped hla companion up to tbe office aod telephoned
for a pkyslclsn to attend to Swtaaar-
ton's wounded arm.   *
"Now to live," mattered Rwtmertoa
wltb a grim smlls. "T-be TeMow Oew
le dead."
Bnt Murrey shleeted aa If he felt fhe
cold breath of eemievtl praswratribi
"I em not ee ��ara about that." *���
wld slowly.        '���"���
wby that man la
��� the todies." .
hae ne man-ten.
and aa hosa*
I
kas aa aute-nobUe.'
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1918.
B. C.
Products
Kraspr River canned Sockeye
Salmon Is known Ure Wor'd over.
It mramtiiiis the highest price
on tho liritish market, hence no
apologies needed- It's the best.
Caught In our waters liy men
���wlio live nnii spend their money
here. Even the tins ire manu-
farlur--.il In H. C,
Always ssk tor Fraser   Hiver
Salmon,  per Un  20c, or 2  tins
fo-   35c.
SMOKED   FISH.
Smoked Balmon, cured In the
cltj, 2 Ibs. tor 25c.
t:moked Sii'i-lhcad, very tasty,
p. r  lb. 15c.
II. C Kipper,*!! Herrings, per
lb.   10c.
Smoked Halibut, per lb 20c. or
2 Ibs. for 35c.
Model Grocery
MATHESON & JACOBSON.
S08 Sixth St. Phone 1001-2.
Burnaby Branch:
Jnd St. and 1Sth Ave.
Local News
New Hatcheries.
New salmon hatcheries on Trout
lake, near Gerrard, havi' been complet'
ed and will lu- used In ths spring. F.
ll. Cunningham, chief Inspector of
fisheries will inspect the hatchery
short ly.
For  all  building  supplies  and   fuel
oil apply to the B. C. Transport Co., ,
Ltd., 505 Westminster Trust building.
Office phone 8110,  wharf phone 880.
(2388)
Maunders' "Song of Thanksgiving''
at the Olivent Baptist church on Mon-
day evening. Nov. 21 HI 8 o'clock.
ChorUB of 5u voices and full orchestra.
Sollectlon.
C. A. Welsh
LIMITED.
We Have
Money to
Loan on
First
Mortgages
Property must be well
improved and worth at
least double the amount
of the loan.
For full particldars
call at our office and let
us know what you require.
Dominion Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
I'aid L'p Capital and
Surplus $ 2,100,000
ARSets    4.'.7:;,!iSi).95
Trus teenblps Under
Administration over   6.000,000
Trustee for Bondholders over     2.'-,,000,000
C. S. KEITH, Manager.
Offices ��� Vancouver, Victoria,
New Wesl minster, Nanaimo,
Calgary. Itegina, Winnipeg,
Montreal, Charlottetown, Con-
doe, Eng.;  Antwerp, iielglum.
New Westminster
Branch.
606  Columbia   Stteel.
Open   Saturday   Evenings   frctr,
.   to  9.
Will Lecture Here.
A date will be arranged for an address lo be given here by President
F. K. Wesbrook of Hritish Columbia
university before the Progressive association in a few weeks' time. The
head of the new university Is to lecture at Columbian college on Nov. 27.
Have you seen   the   $150   diamond
ring Gilford Is giving away ?    (2370)
Special price on Electrical Toasters,
$5 each. Tickets on each dollar purchase. Drown & Son, Columbia
street. (2430)
Wllh every $2 purchase you get a
chance on the $150 diamond ring. T.
Otftcrd.  the jeweler. (2370)
To Nominate Candidate.
Whether Councillor McDonald of
Burnaby will be asked to stand for reelection at the coming municipal elections, will be deckled at a meeting of
North Buarnahy ratepayers to be held
in the Gilmorc avenue school Thurs-
evening.
The People's Grocer
PHONES:
City Store    193 and 443
Sapperton   Branch    373
Weat End Branch   650
THREE BIG STORES
OF PLENTY.
House Talks, No. 2
Yesterday morning we spoke
to you about the clean modern
kitchen and what to use to keep
It so. Now let ub tell you a few
of the good things to stock your
pantry  shelves  with.
How about Soups and Canned
Meats for the quick meal when
company comes unexpectedly?
We have Campbell's or Van
Camp's Assorted Soups in semi-
liquid form or Soup Powders.
Canned Meats-r-Stock your
shelves from Corned Beef to
Pate dee Foie Gras.
In Jams you will find us ready
for you; and Olives are our long
suit. In fact try us for anything
In staple or fancy groceries.
You need us and  we need you.
C. A. WELSH
LIMITED.
Insure with Alfred W. MeLeod, the
Insurance    man.    All  kinds   written.
'liin in ils of millions to pay losses.
(2337)
Electrical Hair Dryers guaranteed.
A great boon lo ladies $3.60 each.
Tickets for each dollar purchase.
Hrown 4: Son. 620 Columbia street.
(2430)
Executive  Meeting.
The regular weekly  meeting of the
executive of the  Progressive association will Ve held on Tuesday, Nov. IS
at 4:30 p.m. In the association's office.
Don't forget the  ice carnival which
I Will take    place    on    Friday evening,
November 28.    Special  prize's will be
given to the best costumes worn that
evening. (2423)
at Seabird Bluff on the C. P. 11. was
cleared at 4 o'clock yesterday afiernoon sufficiently lo allow the resumption of traffic over a single track. The
other track will probably be cleared
by Wednesday. A large crane was
dispatched to the scene of operations
which lifted the tracks clear of the
debris yesterday. The passengers
and mail arrived on time at 11:30
[last evening.
You can pass in a crowd if you wear
George's Corn   and    Bunion   Shields. I
Made to tit any corn or bunion.    For
sale only by Hill's Drug Stort. (239SI
Buy your lamps    at  Brown
and get tickets for handsome
_i Son
prizes,
(2430)
Committed to Asylum.
William Smedley Pllklngton Wilding
whose name previously had been on
the police books as William Smedley, |
charged with breaking into a house
at Maple Ridge and also with having
pointed a rifle at Constable l'ope
While the latter was in Ihe act of ar-
The True Blue. Orphanage will hold
a bazaar in the K. P. Hall this afternoon and evening in aid of the Protestant Orphanage of this city.
Lease Additional Room.
Members of the Kdmonds club at a
meeting held last evening, practically
decided to take over the lease of an i resting! htm. was yesterday morning
additional room in the Kdmonds Devel- committed to the mental hospital by
opment block and thus provide space Ihls honor Judge Iloway. Wilding Is
for the installation of the billiard . an Englishman by birth, having been
table.    The club no-    has a member, in  this  country  for  ten  years.
ship of 50 members and an interesting I 	
program   is   being   arranged   for   thel     Electric   Vibrators,  $19,76  each.    A
winter months. ihandsome Christmas present.   Tickets
 ��� 'given.   All goods guaranteed.    Brown
Mazda   lamps.    IB and   25 watt, 50 14: Son, Columbia street, i24,'i'i|
cents  each;   I.aco   lamps   15  and   25 j 	
watt, 40 cents each.    Tickets for each
dollar purchase. Brown & Son. Colum
bia street.
Remember the sale of work In aid
of St. Mary's church,    Sapperton,    In
(24.10) j their parish  hall afternoon and night
of November 26th. (2425)
St. Paul's 29th Anniversary.
The anniversary services at St.
| Pauls church on Sunday were a greal
[success. The large congregation
greatly appreciated the fine rendering
of the anthems, "Thine O Lord is the
|Greatness" and "Glory to (iod in the
Highest" by the choir, under the able
Expert skate sharpening and rivet-
���ng at Oscar Swa.isoon's, 13 Begbie
street. (2..6.1I
Hotel Addition.
Rapid   progress   Is   being  -made   on
the  Holbrook hotel addition, the contractors, the Jones.  Cornell Construction Co., Ltd., expecting to have work
| completed early in December. This la leadership bf 11. Julie, the choirmaster
it!:,- firm's first contract of any size in and organist Solos wero excellently
the city. | rendered by Stanley Gilchrist and Misa
 -��� IBIleen Qilley,  who sang "There is a
Money to loan on firs' mortgages.
Improved city and farm property', H
Iper  cent.  Alfred   W.   Mcl.eod     (2387)
en
(ireen Hill" and "The Lord Is Mv
Shepherd," respectively. The Rev. C.
E. Wincott preached very appropriate sermons.
Fifteen tickets for $5 at the Arena
commencing next Frid?y. Two sea-
Islons daily with competent instructor.-,
'paying special attention to begin-
j ners. (-12.. i
One   Track   Cleared.
With :i large crew on hand working
every possible minute throughout all
Bunday and  yesterday, the rocksllde
Covered metal garbage cans, us required by Board nt Health regulation!
all  sizes      Merrlthew  __   Ramsay, cor
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
12392)
Skin lne boots and s'iH'ei for ladies
und gentlemen at Geo, R. Specks 628
Columbia mr, 11 (23621 I
SPECIALS
Coast Sealed Oysters
Per Pint
Per Quart
50c
- $1.00
Crescent Oysters
Per Dozen     -    -    -    -    35c
W. J. RUSE
(8uc.ce��sor to Ayling & Swain.)
���SAT Columbia St. Phone 98
Royal Intelligence Bureau
415 Westminster Trust Building.
J. M. GAWA, Mgr.
Exclusive agent for ll Ohaahl fi
Co., New York, mAnufactureta of
Typewriter Backing Sheets. Carbon
Papers, Ribbons, etc. Mall address,
Drawer no New   Westminster.
Ways and Means
To Lessen the Labour of House-
cleaning and Housekeeping
OH if  iny Mops, with bottle of oil $2.00
Bissell's Carpet Sweepers    $3.00 and up
Kngiish  Hair  Brooms   $1.00 and up
l'i lisliing Cloths, for sii ier. etc 25c.
Also a full line of Pastes, Polishes, Oils and Waxes for Fornlture,
Floors, etc.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
New Westminster,       Phone 69.
What with  the harbor Improvements, th�� further
DEVELOPMENT OF
the fisheries and
Aitchiaon's
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
sarely Westminster is coming to
ber own.
J.N. AITCHISOIN
Tailor to Ladles and Gentlemen.
Westmlnstsr Trust Block.	
; Short Term Loans
WE HAVE CLIENTS WHO WILL MAKE SHORT
���TERM LOANS FOK A PERIOD NOT EXCEEDING
,ONE YEAR ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY OR PURCHASE AGREEMENTS OF SALE.   APPLY
F. j. HART  & CO., LTD.
Established 1-S91.
Ws write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers'   Liability,   Automobile   snd
Msrlne  Insurance.
Where to meet
Downtown
TOYLAND
at McAllisters
The New Westminster
AND FRASER VALLEY
Department   Store
Where to meet
Downtown
TOYLAND
at McAllisters
We Have Planned a Record Value-
Giving Day for Tuesday
Read Every Item
65c. Dress Goods for 35c. Yard
This la a lot of pieces picked out from our
ordinary   stock   to   be  sold   today  at   this
price.    There are light and heavy weight
goods  and  goods  suitable  for  hardwearlng
suits  and  dresses  as  tweeds,  plain  cloths,
and  mixtures, all  double  width  and ***������*���
each   line  a  bargain;   values  to  65c.   {Sf
On sale for  ..                                           *r*Hu
95c. Dress Goods for 59c. a yard.
Amongst this line are some very smart novelty tweeds, plaids, etc.     They are superior
quality to our other line and are very special
value.    A  large assortment  of shades  and
various widths from 44 to fill inches; regular
value up to 05c a yard.    Your choice f"A/i
of 25 pieces all at this low price, per SMJ,
35c. Oilcloth for 27'/2c. Sq. Yard
Two-yard  wide   Floor Oilcloth.   A  selection
of patterns to chose from.   Seldom have we
been able to gel such pretty designs. In conventional,  block und    floral    effects.    This
Is a good, heavy cloth and well finished. Tbe
price is very low for this qualltx**.*'! /
Special per square                          f 1 ***/f,l
$2.50 Value Blanket Cloth and
Tweed Coatings for $1.75.
We   are   offering   special   today   about   12
pieces  of assorted  t'oatlngs.    Take  advantage -of this opportunity and buy your coat
length  at  rock  bottom   priceB.    A  splendid
assorted  lo'.  Including    practically    every
color,  as  gray  and   brown  mixtures;   plain
shades  or  red,  tan,  gray,  cream,  etc.,  and
some   reversible   tweeds;   recu-       A* *   mt*
lar values to $2.60 vard.    Vour      \|    /S
choice                                                    \fl.ttj
Reg. $27.50 Velvet Carpet Rugs,
Special $22.50.
Size 9x10.6    They are  liritish  manufacture
and a very heavy quality; they make a uice
carpet for either parlor, living room or den;
come in floral, medallion and conventional
patterns in all colors; they are a nice, rich,
cosy looking carpet and we guarantee them
to give every satisfaction. Keg-  ��r)r)   rn
ular $27.50 value. Special              JtLL jU
Men's Raincoats, Special
Price for Tuesday.
Now that the wet weather has set In a raincoat is a necessity.    Ws huve a large stock
to choose from, in all slr.es and the very best
values on the market.   See ours before buying anywhere else.    Here aro the    special
values we are offering for this       _fn  mm
week.    Itegular    $1X50    Currie      \ll   J***
t'oats for   *"*-'* * *-*
Regular $is.so t'oats for  StS.OO
Regular $3.55 Wilton Rugs
Special $2.75.
27x51-inch;       fringed    ends.      Just    think
of purchasing a heavy  Wilton  Rug  in  thia
size and  at  this  price.    It  is  really   value
for  mure than this,  hut we are  making a
special  of  Ihem,  sn  you  want  to  take  ad-
vantage of this great offering;       fn  ram
regular $3.50    values.    Special      \/   l**\
Reg. $1.50 Brussels Carpet
Rugs, Special $1.25 yard.
If you are thinking of a carpi l for that spare
room, don't  miss seeing this selection.  You
will admit lt ia one of Ihe best grades and
Ihe colorings are the very latest;  comes in
two-tone   greens,   tans,     brown.      Q*    nt*
blue and reds;  reg. value $1.50.      \|   /S
On tale todav for vard T ' ���****J
$1.00 Tapestry Hearth Rugs
65c. each.
Tapestry Hearth Rugs; size 22<*x4- inches
We hav,' about two dozen of Ihese rugs, and
tbe price is  below   anything  we  have ever
offered   In   rugs   before.     We   have   a nr
range  of  patterns  and  colors;             Hlf
regular price $1 Oo.    Special at               Vi/v
35c. Japanese Mats for 25c.
38x72-tncb    Jauaneso     Mats:    made   from
the best-quality matting, with heavy cotion
warp.    The  very   latest  Oriental   de- nm
signs  and  colors;   regular value  ,'15c. /Sf
Special at    *"JVl
$1.50 Feather Pillows for 98c.
Dufferin Pillows, size 18x21 Inches. They are
of  fancy  blue, pink  and  gray  ticking  and
filled  with real soft feathers;  splend- rxn
did  value at $1.50 each.  Special, at      UXf
each      *J%n*
$23.50 Steel Folding Couches
for $15.00.
Steel   folding   Davenport  Couches  with  art
green  and  denim cushions und   &*m i\n
hangings.      fully    upholstered;   \\ *\ IIII
regular $83.60 for             ��piv/.VV
Regular 65c. and 75c. Silk for
39c. per yard.
This  Is a heavy  silk  and used  extensively
for dresses and waists and makes a splendid wearing cloak lining.    Our color range
just now is large, comprising all the ryr*
newest shades. All on salte for. per        lMf
yard    JJt
$12.00 Women's Dresses for
$5.95.
An asortment of Dresses 'n tbe new styles:
materials are navy   aud brown serge, hlack
and White checks, nicely trimmed wilh but
Ions and piping of silk, other? have a touch
of   Bulgarian     silk     trimming.      **���** a.
Values to $12.00.    Spi-                     \S US
$1.95 Black Sateen Underskirts
for $1.25.
New  style, soft finished Underskirts,  made
with shaped top and deep knee length, accordion plaited frill.   These skirts are up to
the minute In Btyle and are ex-      _-*   nm
cellent    value at $1.86. Special       \\   /***
for this sale    *flsbit
Cleaning up the Ladies' Waist
Department; Values to $6
for $3.75.
We  hav��  set  nBlde  a  number  of  lines  in
silk,  net and  lingerie  waists,  but  'hey are
all new, fresh, clean waists for the present
season's wear.   They bave all been grouped
together  into one  big  lot.    Vou    can   pick
any wills: on this table, regular      fin  mm
HM* as $6.00,                           Jj./J)
65c Women's Fall Underwear for
45c. a Carment.
Women's warm, ribbed Winter Underwear,
In  both  white and  natural,  vests and  draw
ers.  These  garments  are  well  shaped   and
made in ample sizes and would readily -sell
for 66c a garment.    During this sale you can
gel your winter underwear In any size.   *m
Actual v alue 89c B garment,                   (XSf
$1.25 Black Sateen Underskirts, 75c.
A   very  special   purchase of   Black   Bateen
Underskirts Just to hand for this sale. These
skirts   ure   made   of   best   quality   Kngiish
sateen,  but  In  the  new  style  with  shaped
flounce  with   four  rows  of  five  tucks  and
dust  frill;  ull sizes.    These are good Mr
value at $1.25, but at this sale special J\t*
at  ' -v��V
$1.50 Men's Penangle
Underwear 95c.
"Penangle" all wool heavy ribbed  Under*
w* ar.    These ar" double-breasted and some
hava double hack also.    This Is a splendid
garment, for hard wear, and the assortment
Includes  our regular $1-5 and  $1.50 nr
lines;   ..ll size*.    Special                     MSf
$3.00 Men's Sweater Coats
for $1.95.
A large variety of Sweater Coals, also some
Sweaters wilh hutton neck     Thesi* come In
a  variety  of colors,  Including    gray,    blm*.
brown, tan, red, khaki and combinations of
these colors.   This assortment      &*   nm
Includes  $3 00 values.    On sale      \ 1   l|S
today   at     V1 ���**-*
Reg. $1.75 Women's Flannelette
Nightgowns for $1.45.
Soft   White   Flannelette  Nightgowns,   made
from   tbe   best  quality   Kngllsli   flannelette,
daintily trimmed, full and long, and made In
all sizes.   These nightgowns were bought to
sell In the regular way at $1.75      A-a    sm
eactr.    Special price, now                  \l   /IS
T'ie. Tapestry Carpet for 50c. yd.
Her.':           ;i Tlapi  try Carpi 1 In b rangs
. Ilngl  of  grei'ii.s  reds,   fawns,
.-.'���              ,   -i'ltv  Is usually sold  at  rn
per   yard.     Spi���, ini   at. Sill*
$2.00 Men's Flannel Shirt8
for $1.25.
A',i  wool  Flannel Slirlts ln blue and  brown,
wllh   fancy   trimming;   regular  $2.00   value
Also  odd   lines   from   our  $1.60   mid   $1.75
linen   All heavy shirts for hard      A*a   rxm
wear.   Today                              >|.Z5
$1.00 Comforters for Single Beds
for 55c.
A Btuip In bed comforters; well wadded and
In ii*,1��. Illnes and browns;  single bed sine
only. In dark blue, red or brown   Ueg mm
ulur pries $1.00.    Special at.                   SS/��
$1.50 Madras Curtaining for 19c.
ha ���  ��� I| hteen pieces of colored Madras.
The prices range from 76o to $1.60 in ths
regular  wa.    Nothing is  more dainty  for
bedroom t r ;lvlng room windows than some
'I  these    They come In light blue, pink or
deep cream, and stand the llghl with,nil ind
ing.    They run be washed easily;   regular
75,:, $1.00    nd  $1.50.    Vou lake              sn
your  cholci   of  any   piece,  per             tlHf
$1.50 and $1.65 36x10 Inch
Silks and Satins for 98c. yd.
Never before bave you had such nn opportunity   to   purchase  such   beautiful   qualities
at  so  low   a   prhe;   the  goods ure  perfect
and the most fashionable of the season, soft
and   bright   and   adaptable   for  the   draped
gowns BO much ln vogue. An extensive range
of colors, In all  the laedlng shades; nn
actual $150 and $1,66   values for, per MXf
85c. Velveteens and Cord Velvets
for 55c.
For a smart  looking dress and  something
Serviceable these goods are unequalled anil
for children's coats are very much In    demand.   This assortment Is in wide and narrow cords and a silk finish pile; widths vary
from 22 to 27 Inches.    Amongst tho colors
are gray, brown, cream, navy, golden brown,
cardinal, wine, claret, green, maroon, ('open
httgen, mauve, etc., etc.; Tegular 66c rr
und S5c a yard.    Your choice today SS|��
$16.50 Sets of Diners, Tuesday
only $11.75.
Three enly sets Karly Kngiish finish Dining
Chairs  In  an  excellent  design.    Kach  set
comprises     five     small     and     one     large
chair.   This ll a pattern we nre closing out,
and  it  Is  sold   regularly at$10.50   per  set
Tuesday   we   .'������ill    close    these   &A4   nt*
three sets out                                   v|>||,/J
20c. Cups and Saucers
2 for 25c.
f'ups and Saucers In three different, colors,
Peacock,  Oreen,  Emblem   Blue and   Hegal
Hlue.    These are the kind tliat. won't break,
and  are  |n  tli���  most   wanted  shape.  These
cups and  saucers are always Rold In  nm
the  regular  way    al  20c.  Special  to-  /Sf
day, 2 fnr   ****f*'
Little Darling Hose for 25c.
We tell "Little Darling" hose In all sizes nt
26c pair. Our stock In Ibis well known hose
ls complete In every size und color, Including  white,   pule  blue,  pink,   red,  tan  and
black.   At this store you can buy the choice
of "i.lttlo Darling" and "Little Daisy" stockings  for thn children, In  each    and nm
every size at McAllister's price,   Per/JW*
$3 Women's and Children's
Sweaters for $1.95.
A good line of Women's and Children's
Sweaters. In it big assortment of colorings,
Including naw, gray, tun, brown, cream, etc.,
In a variety of shapea und sUcb, and light
and heavy weight. There are some bargains
In this lot, as most of them sell
In the regular way for from
$2.76 to $3.00 each.    Today  ...
$1.95
m^*V. ^^_       _____��� im ' Limit***
THF HOME OF THE UTILITY  HOUSE  DRESSES.
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