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News Clmiulfled Ads.
Hiivi.'  proven  their worth bjr tho
rcsulti   they    produce.     They   nil
iurg.    or   small    wants   at   small
Port    Coquitlam    Electors Telegram to Hankow Says
Vote 178 to 70 for Change       Mission Taken Belongs
of Depot Site. to Lutheran Brethren.
VI. A. Thursby Elected School Trustee
���Fifteen Thousand Dollar Fire
Bylaw Carries.
Port Coqultlam, Sept. 29,���By a vote
<ir it.s to 70 tiie ratepayers ef iJi
Coquitlam today pasned the plebiscite
favoring lhe removal of thc C. I' It.
depot from .its present location near
the extreme western limits of ihe city
to the top of BchoolhoUBe road, a Bite
more eeiitrnlly located and the point
wblcb the railroad company favor the
building  of  the depot.
The ratepayers also ratified ttn> bylaw to ralHe $16,000 for flre protection
purposes, Tbe vote In this was 163
In favor lo ii!> against. W. A. Thiirn-
by nii-i elected to All the vacant po- i
���Hit'.on on the school board eaused by
lhe resignation of Chairman Ralph
Atkinson just recently. He ran In opposition to J. II. McKenzie. The vote
result iv.m: W A. ThurBby, 141: .1.
11   ..r.Kenzlf   104.
Erlngs Settlement  Nearer.
The piiHSing rf the plebiscite In respect to lhe station Is considered the
lirst definite step towards the settlement of tbe great depot question wblch
has been agitating tho citizens for
three yearH past and to a certain extent bu retarded tlnf progres of the
city. The Importance of the election
to the property owners mny be realised by the size of the vote which is
exceptional tor a bye-election. All
who could possibly do so attended the
polls during the ten hours they were
open. Conspicuous among the voters
wer�� ��� large number of Vancouver
tin-'le own'ns propertv In l'.'ri ('"
nuitlSm These were hrought on; al
the iirgont request or the ���Toquitl.i.ii
Terminal company nnd other la'"*"
realty concerns Interested to a great
extent In the removal of the station.
No Booze Thlf Time.
tt r.mnnt he said lhat m this elec-
tlon free booze was freely distributed
for tbe purpose of securing votes, ar,
was charged In connection w tli th"
taking of the petition sentiment on ihe
question some time ana. The bats
were closed up from thc opening to
tlie closing of the polls.
The resull of th" pli I "rite will eome
before the council on Wednesday evnn-
lug.    I' is expeeted they will order its
forwarding to the ra'lway commissi_n
with th" request that the eommlsa
ers order the removal of tbe depot i
accordance  with  the  wishes  of  t'i
majority of the ratepayers.
News Boat*
���   '
and  infor-
is ln the
1 building,   ileal
the  scuth
1 Phone
Troops Strike Terror Into Hearts    ol j
Natives But Promise   .afety to
Peking,  Sept.  2D.   a  missionary's
telegram received nt Hankow today
from Tan Cheng, in the north prov
lnve of Hu l'i-h, says: "On Friday
bandits looted and Still held tbe town
of Twno Vang. Bight foreigners, according lo apparently authentic reports, were laken by them."
At Kan Cheng lhere is a mission station belonging to the Hague's Norwegian evangelical Lutheran synod of
America, to which are attached five
nn n and six women.
Kdw. T Williams, charge d'affaires
���if the American leKtitlon. made representations io tlie Chinese foreign offtce today nailing for the protection of
tbe American missionaries.
At the request of .1. Paul JameB-
"(iii. acting onnBiil ill Hankow, Gen.
t.i Yuen lleng, vice-president of the
Chinese republic, Is sending troops to
the district, but Tbbo Yang Ib a long
distance from Hankow, where it Is
hoped   the  Chinese  brigands  will  re-
spect the captured foreigners.    Tho
latest list of tbo members of tbe
Ha'.'tie's Norwegian Lutheran mission
at Ki>n Cheng contains the names of
Hev c. Rtnekstad and wife; It. A. Anderson. Miss Olive Hedenfleld. MIbs
i ��� -v ni.-rn. Miss Anna Nelson and
MIbs Anna Le". Th" headquarters of
���i,,. m!s*1on ln America arc at Hed
Wing, Minn
Namer   Given.
Thc mission Station at T~ao Yang
belongs to the Lutheran Brethren and
Is composed of two men and four
women. Their names, accord'!"- lo tbe
lateft records ar1' Rev, Helnbolt Kllen
nnd wife* He<-. Vord-hl. Mips Ide
Wale? Miss Caroline Hasmnssen and
MIsb Msrv Harstadt The headquarters of the mlsslcnurv Society are at
W-hm-tcn   (forth IVikrtn.
Concernltip the biter-pr-nvlnctal eon
diet, press dispatches from Churn?
Klinr. In the nrov'-'-e nf Szechuen sav
>i,-i ir,.,Tiu r--,r- Kw��l f'bow nrnvlnce
have annexed the town ot Ktk'-n-
.-cross the Sz-��chuen border, and lt Is
feared th"v also wilt anne-c CnV-i*
Ch-mc. which city *hev nlso occonv.
Chung Chanir hns n poiml-tlon of '.Ofl .
ono and contnins th" stations of several  missionary societies
The people of Chung King are said
to be terror stricken bassuss many
h'1 :���'���"-! tic* fttresdv ****** r-npn nnm.
mined Th" troops have promised to
protect  foreigners.
Harbor  Contractors   Shall
Engage Only Men With
Inspectors' Permit.
City Council Considers Labor Question
at Last Night's Meeting���Little
At First Refuses Interview.
Uut Finds Fellow Soldier
in The News Reporter.
Canadijii   Officer   Recalls   Strcnuou:
Ccrvlce in Couth A'"..-a with
'ii i ��� ty Is honor-il bv tba Wi sanco
of i, iters! P. 1. UsuStd, C.B., the
j.,'ini.l C.i'lcer ci ..unanil .ig-iii-ciilel
i r ' antda'S ll rgl '���*. war' unit, the sec
,.uii i. .islo.i, iv..h headquarters ul
Toronto, GsnefSl Lessard arrived yC--
tarda, and lis come to New Westmin-
star U*r the puri>can of judging homes
ni tin* horse -how where Ills presence
will In Invaluable as be has had a
gocd ilmi or uperienos at this work
having, among oilier places, Judged at
the Olympla lu Kngland nnd Us
National hcrso show at New York.
At llrst llio General flatly rcl'uncd t
Best Exhibition In All the  West
Opens Today With  Visitors Coming
To City on Every Train and Boat
od on the tlnal Held parade state turn
ished to General Smlth-Dorrlen, Tha
the regiment acquitted Itsolr bravely
l lirst. in*' i.eiitinu iiaiij iiii"'" ���--   ine  nsuiiw-. Bwiiiiiwi  .*_-,..   _..-���
be  intu viewed, but after Thc Nowa;ig ahown ln the honors list where   li
representative had convinced him that'may bo seen that tbo Victoria Cress
they bud been on common ground on  for vulour was awarded to Lieutenant
tbo   sanguinary   battlefields   of   tho Turner nad Coburn and Sergeant iiol-
South  African veldt, the general   re- *|an(_,
luctantly answered a few questions. | Af.er General Lessard broughl
General Lessard was In the year, uon,e the remnants of hla command
1880 gazetted to the Quebec garrison | ,,��� WMg app0|utod to the Important
artillery, transferred to the 65th In-; pogt ot adjutant general of the mlllt':'
fantry, Montreal, In 18S4. He saw ac- f0rcc8i nnd now commands tho second
tlve  mrvlco in the Northwest rebel- d|vlslon ���t Toronto.
lion In 1885, and after that filled bcv- , 	
oral important appointments with the        	
pmvauent forces.    When war brotc |�� ft ft ft ft O tt ft tt ft ft ft ��� ft ft ft
pirnumiu   mi ��.���"������������     ������      - .���,_,  _,
tut in South Africa, he went on theit:<
staff of 8lr John French wllh whom jo
ho served until the arrival of h's ft
regiment, the Koyal Canadian Drs-;ft
goons, In the country, when he rosum ,ft
ed his plapa al IU head, and with It,v
did a Rood dial of milling l��nd��r ft
General Sir II. Smlth-Dorrlcn. Tba ft
regiment wsa In the thick ��'/���� ��
stnrglc notablv at the battles of Oin- ft
mond Hill, Uelfsst, and the lighting w
round Johannesburg; altogether this *y
mlt was In noloMth-.il 4i actions a
"ring the guerilla warfare followng
the greater battles. Kvldencc of the
���nverltv of the tax on blood and material Is shown by tho fact that s x
i-.ftlcers of the regiment were killed In
action, while tb others d ed of
rtlsVwe. ** for the wastage In rank
pud llle the loss was even greater���for
nt tlte 300 mounted men who ontornd
Tho century mark was passed yeaterday In the entries for
thc better babies' ccntost held
In connection with the provincial exhibition. It has been
found necesisury to commence
Judging on Wodnesday after-
nooa at 1 o'clock. Three doctors nnd three nurses will be
In attendance at all times. The
contest will be held In tbe rest
room In the women's bulld'ng.
The entries will bo lodged In
alphabetical order and on Wednesday aftnrr.con entries between tho lf-tters *\ and K Inclusive will bo Judged.
vzJ? s:^ ��>>- * * ��� * ��� * ��� ��� ** ��� ��� ��� i *��
The stage is sot anil everytliing !������'���
ready for the opening of tho provin
oial exhibition, which will taiie placo
ut 2 o'clock thin afternoon. An army
of men was busy yesterday and lasl
night and the exhibits are all in
place. Concession men have their
stands on Sockeye Run completed
and lbe cry of "set em up and Knock
cm down" will be heard from an early
hour this morning until the curtain
rings down on the exhibition next Sat- .
urony night.
The inauguration of Kingsway, the !
newly paved road between Vancouver I
and New Westminster, will also take
place today and arrangements for the
grand celebration tliat will mark both
iveiits ure complete.   A huge automobile parade has been successfully ar
ranged and it is expected    that    650
decorated automobiles will make their
way  to Queens  park this afternoon,
alter having completed the first offi
clul run over tlie new highway.
Horse Show Opens.
The opening of the horse show Is
scheduled for this evening and a Minto
cup lacrosse game and the special at
Iractions will provide amusement for
tlle visitors In the afternoon.
The agricultural and tbo Industrial
buildings will also attract large
crowds as Bplendld exhibits have beeu
entered in these departments. Pov.ble
the number of entries were received
Ihls year as compared wllh last year
and competition lu every department
will be keen.
Hon. Price Ellison wlll officiate at
the ceremonies that will mark thc
opening of tbe exhibition and amor*;
the other prominent speakers will be
Acting Premier W. J. Hower and Hon.
Thomas Taylor, minister of public
, works.
1 A half holiday has been declared
in New Westminster and In Bnrnaby
; thousands of people are expected to
visit the city from Vancouver.
The auto parade wlll leave Vancouver from the corner ot Howe and
Georgia street b at 10 o'clock and will
proceed by Granville street-and Broadway to Kingaway.
Automobiles from New Westminster
taking part In the parade will meet at
the corner ot McKensle and Columbia streets at 0 o'clcck snd -proceed
]direct to Vancouver, whero a place
| will be given them In the parade according to tbe organisation they rep-
I resent.
1   At tbe Knight   road   the   dividing
line   between   Vancouver  aud    South   plumbing,    paints    and    ails:   W.  C.
Vancouver the name of the road will   Stearman. Vancouver; Bryson & Sons,
ba   changed   from Westminster   road
and at lhe Boundary road, the divid
city, agents  for the  Monarch  range;
Brunette Saw Mill Co., boxes, crates.
between  Burnaby and South   veneer,   baskets, mouldings,  etc.;   W.
Vancouver the new highway will be Walsh, city, sash and door manufac- |
irt'icially opened.    Burnaby and South iturers.
Vancouver  will  have charge u     uia
part of the program.
The parade will tben proceed to
Tenth avenue, thc dividing line bs-
twocn New Westminster and Burnabv.
win re the name of Twelfth slreet will
be changed to Kingsway,
Following-tlr.j. cremony ::io coura?
will  be    al, ng    Klng3wnv    to  Sixth  public and  high   BChools,  and   where
avenue   which  slreet will be crossed  the hoys may be teen at work on the
t-nn,nhes   it   certain   hour"   every   div
The  Industrial  Building.
Upstairs there are many interesting
features.   Including   the  women's  de-'
partment, where will be exhibited all (
kinds of fancy work, knotting and sew-'
lng by womtn and children.    In the |
-imn room can te seen the manual
training  exhibit  showing  articles  In i
voodwork   made by the  boys of  the !
Sir Charles Tupper Requests
Case to Stand for
Two Days.
New Witnesses   to   Be   Called���Only
One New Westminster Juryman
Went Unchallenged.
The employment of non-resident
labor on the harbor Improvement
work warmly discussed at the city
council meeting a fortnight ago, formed the subject ot an exhaustive report
by Building Inspector Turnbull at last
night's council meeting.
The result of Mr. Turnbull's report
amply Justified Alderman Bryson's
The Report.
The report was as follows:
No applications for labor by tbe contractors have been received by me,
and I was surprised wben Alderman
Bryson brought to my office on tho
evening of September 19 four men
who gave me signed statements. The
flrst was that tbe contractors had let
some of the labor by piece work.
Section 30 of specifications reads:
"The contractor shall not assign or
transfer this contract, or sublet ar.y
of the work embraced in it, without
the written consent of the corporation."
The second. That $2.00 had been
paid for a day of eight hours for wcrk
classed as carpenter work. The falr��
was schedule incorporated in the
specifications give the lowest scale
paid to laborers $3.00 for eight hours
and $4.25 for carpenters.
The third. That the contractors
were hiring non-resident labor without
consulting the harbor committee.
Clause 14 of the contract reads: "All
workmen employed shall be residents
of the city of New Westminster, unless the harbor committee of the corporation is of opinion that local labor
is not available, or tbat emergencies
or other special circumstances exist
which would render it contrary to the
interest of the public to enforce the
foregoing conditions in respect of the
employment of resident labor."
Asked to Explain.
On September 25, at a ipeetlng of
the harbor committee, 1 laid(the whele
of the foregoing before the meeting
aad the contractors were asked to explain.
(ll Tbey stated that all the v.orlc
was now being done by day labor.
i2i That two men did work one
day by the piece, and that $2.00 was
tbe amount earned.
(3)    That while one partner remembered the agreement with me in  regard to supplying labor, he seem-s to
1 have kept it a profound secret  from
Ihe other partners,   who disclaim  all
knowledge of it. and who hired labor
as they wanted it. and gave work to
men who were non-resident and who>
e    "  had to go out of town to    ret
their clothes   before   starting    work
next morning.
Was Aqreement.
It was finally agreed at that meeting  that  the contractors  would hire
no  more men  except  tbey   were    in
possession of a certificate"  from   tho
building Inspector certifying they were
1  would  respectfullr suggest    that
IContlnued on Page Eight.)
of   the   fair,  excepting  Friday���chll-1
(Continued on  fnttn e'mir. I
to Queens ;iar'.-..
Her.* the ni 3t Important ceremony
will take plate, when Hon. Price Ellison formally declares tbe provincial
exhibition opened and starts It on its
five dav torm.
The officials taklug part will then
be thc guests of the R. A. & I. society
at luncheon.
Mayor Oray will officiate at the
opening   of   the   third   annual horse
show, which will   take   place   at   8 _^	
o'clock, and  It ia expected  that the
large arena will be crowded to the \ * . mu Mewq booth in the
doors. There has been a giod advance * Al ine tNews UUOinin UK
I sale of reserved seats and much   In- ; Industrial   building, -t-JUeen S
i^S^i^rc.B.JPark, V���*^ b,��.0k h,S
of Toronto, arrived in the city on been placed find all people
j Sunday evening and will act as Judge. ��rom ou^ 0f town are asked
i   These exhibits are situated also in
the women's building, and here may be
to register names and   addresses while in   the   city.
seen a magnificent ��0llect'��n,.i')0*1��* These names will be publish-
i what .'a being turned out by tbe many
industries of the province, etc.: J. T.
Trapp & Co. have a good ahow of sg-
irlcultural and Induatrlal machinery.
| John Deere Plow Co., farm machinery; De Laval Dairy Supply Co., Vancouver, dairy supplies; Heaps Engl- ,��� _. .t,���__,
neorlng Co., Yale gasoline engines and ;10CaT.e Mem.
shingle sawing machines; E, O. Prior
A Co., sgrlcultural machinery; Anderson ft Lusby. city, stoves and ranges;
Pierre Manufacturing Co., Hamilton.
Magnet cream separator; Canadian
Oeneral Electric Co., eteam turbine
drivers, gasoline engines, electric motor driven pumps, Pelton water
wheels, rock drills and electrical novelties; Up-to-Date Shoe Repairing Co..'
machinery for repairing; Canadian
Malleable and Steel Range Manufacturing Co.. ranges; Canadian Western
Lumber Co., wood doors and shingles,
eta., and a specialty in three-plv veneer;
iiu   i��   ���lira.u,   in   ���.��"H"    '�����-      a--__
Jamco   McGlughan,     stoves, SlUre.
ed each morning of the exhibition and in this way anyone seeking friends or acquaintances will be able to
All information possible
will be given and subscriD-
tions taken by those in
The Weather.
New Westminster and the
lower mainland, light to
moderate winds. Fair and
not much change in temper-
Yesterday the trial of Charles Dean
for the Bank of Montreal robbery, began before the Honorable Justice Clement and a jury in the assizes court.
\V. H. G. Phlpps again narrated the
discovery of fhe burglary on the 15th
September, 1911, the state of the bank
premises, the burst in vault and depletion of the treasury, the trail of
money from the vault to the bedroom,
the identification of a stolen note in
Martin Powell's possession la Dey-olt
and all the details connected witb the
robbery which he so often repeated
in the criminal courts already.
He was ln the witness box all day.
and at the adjournment ot tbe court
tn the evening was still under cross
A. H. Macneil, K. C. assisted by E.
P. Davis, K. C, counsel for tbe Bank
of Montreal, conducted the case for
tbe crown, and Sir Charles Hibbert
Tupper, K. C. with Adam S. Johnston, represented the prisoner.
In selecting the Jury It was noticeable that only ono New Westminster
man was allowed to pass unchallenged.
Wasted Tims.
As soon as the Jury was empanelled
Sir Chtries Tupper rose and said It
would be Impossible for the defense to
go to trial under the circumstances,
which had occurred -on Saturday last
He had received from Mr. Davis, early
on Saturday morning. Information that
certain additional witnesses were to he
called, snd he had no hesitation In
saying that according to that letter
they were more Important witnesses
spoke to more Important tacts, than
sny ot those on imi back ot tht Indictment. Various witnesses had bom
raited at tho preliminary and others
had been called r'nee that. Thoy did
not cornnisin of tho latter, as thor
were witnesses to prove formal facts
���men of standing and repute whom
th*\ *"n��w. '
I In this last case they wero toM at
,th�� nature of the evidence: One a
I       (ConUnuod on Ttm ll**-
Judge Bars Introduction of
-Evidence of Corrupt Political   Bargains.
Also Hsld thst Testimony ef Cimiltir
Bargains Was Incompstsnt���
Much Evidence Taken...
Albany, N. Y.. Sept i!9.^-Oovernor
Sulzer won a triple victory today over
his accusers at hla trial on Impeachment.
Presiding Judge Cullen ot the high
court barred the Introduction of evidence Intended to prove that tbe governor has made a corrupt political bargain with Assemblyman Patri- it
Oreen county and held that the testimony brought forward to shos that ho
hod mode similar bargains with Assemblyman Sweat ot Oawego county
and Assemblyman Prima ot Easex wnn
Incompetent. "
The legislation had to da, in each
case with highway and triage Improvements provided In -Wis' passed
bv tho legislature to which the aaoem-
blyman wan dealrous ot goUInc tho
governor's atgnatnr*. In tho Patri*
eaaa, hnwavar, no eh*Tgos worn
brtmtbt in tho artkOea ot Imp
ment -��nd on this ground Judg
���hr- *- Uo chargo out ThsjPNfct anl
Prima cassa were apooinofTa *rtl_to
i 'ni ot tho tmpoochmsnro^rgtng thnt
,the govarnor had vetoed anTina .��T
5* J"? .SS1*'"*��� *�� ���Monwran
hHtoa*. to suooofttae tevernorM
��lre��t \*H*t**7jM*mi too other tm
so otter aimanwl>t titan, the
gars charged.
, ���l mornine, va-ier denoted In llie Inler-sts of New Westminster and
a    I'ubllshed every morintii; except Smiiiii.n by the National Printing
-.(frilled, et 61  HcKtnzie, Btreet, New Westminster, Vritittti
ROM!   SUTHERLAND, Unnaping  Wrtclcr.
imunic'i'ioni' should be addressed to The New Wssttnltwtsr Net^s, and nol
mtiers nf Ide staff.   Chen.net, draft*, and tnoiu'i/ order* should lie miuic
-livable In  fli' National i'rlntlnfl and I'utlishlno Critnpany, Limited.
TH I.KPUOS ES���Business Office ond Manager, D99; Kitilonnl Kooms (all depart-
mentt), ��91- ,      _���
SUBSCRIPTION RATBB���Bv carrier, I.  per year, Jl for three mmiths, 40c per
woetk.    By '"'"I. II Prr year, 25c per muni*.
ADVBRT18INQ RATES on application.
An indept"
st Fraser Val'.eti
.-ul Pubhsktag C
��� ..lumbia.
��� ��� Indindii'il "l
Mystery   of   Body  of   Bookmaker
Ottawa Found in Trunk Near
a'   Former City  Treasurer  Loses  in  Ac
tion to Collect  on  Judgment
Againct Old Employee.
! Jef-.-it cf V
Ccifcr  Move
rcicn  by Youn**-  Americin
Dritisli   Press to
_:riou_ Reflection
Ottawa,   Sejit.
new  theory  that
18,   Following up u
Abe Itulieiistein, the
bookmaker's sheet writer, whose deud
body was found beside ll trunk in the
cellar of a vacant store   here   two
weelis   umi.   was  shiin   during   ll   row
nt a poker game, and thai the tnnik
wns the property of one oi the play-
era, the police now have begun to
trace the owner of the trunk back to
the place whence he must have start-
With the great annual provincial exhibition of British Columbia the name of New Westminster is inseparably ed ror Ottawa. The trunk is ou.made
iinked and it is only right that the capital of the richest Jfe^Sanaaian customs label showing
agricultural and manufacturing district on the British! that it ���'�����"^_tt��porl
Pacific coast should be the city in which are shown every l0'^,!"^ "e0^tertitaed by .he
oar the wonderful products of the soil and factory which police, that RubenstSm was murdered
��� t       j __��� it ii _u i.L    t^ ��� after   a   Eight  over  ;i   Kin   among   ��
are turned out from the valley ot the r raser. !cr0W(1 of negr0 ������,, track foiiowear,
Today the fair opens and every sign points to the j waa ^���g{l^-e^��w^ore0^eero0^
event of 1913 surpassing even those exhibitions in the past. JJ02,nen ^h" were^arreateV on'suspi-
which have earned places beside the magnificent displays oton or aa^ materia witnesses were
of Toronto, Chicago and other similar centres. ;reeaBe'    AmpteEvidenee.
New Westminster is proud of the exhibition and of T^ ^\1^BSre0^doftot5|1vre ;,",!''"
the fact that through the medium of this city outsiders are; h^ouiesia!1 Their' reconstruction of
brought face to face with proof of the immense: natural *����*��. ^^r��^e^:gaRmueb^
and manufacturing resources ot British Lolumoia; ana noker. 0n��� ot* ������, party volunteered
more significant than ever are the displays which will be the use nrhis room dUjer �� a hotel
C3 , . ���** i ���   ^-x ��     T>       1 ���   ooai (11 Uf?  no vise,  [ul    int   -.-���inn ,  anu
thrown open tO the pilbllC today at yueen S rark. Whither they repaired and played amlc-
During the past year this city has gone.from one���wy.to ���^*w%^3���*^m
plane to another, from a town on the r raser river to tne considerable, and some chance reposition of a great port, the only.fresh water harbor on ���rk ���-_-;��� tX^^ri':'
lhe British Pacific coast, since during the past tew months whIch lM, ,��� ��� auarrei and then m ������.
its citizens have seen the work of harbor development *����* SV^h^^taiSSSd
lake on definite shape, with the assurance that, with the ,i���v,n Thinking ne wag dead, th.y
noening of tiie Panama canal, the docks will be ready along --;��;* ^bto ^tm* ,.,.
ihe Fraser for the deep sea carriers ot the world. ��� .-���.,,,. where death from strangulation
While there has been great development here, there r.���^ a key t^thejacan^store
nre still greater things to come and in this growth the an- itY. arose the trunk was removi
rual exhibition is destined to share. Without the shadow
of a doubt there will come a day, not far distant either,
when there will be shown at Queen's park grain, vegetables, fruit, horses, cattle and industrial products that
will be part of the cargoes of ships loading at Royal City
berths for ports in Europe, the Orient and the Antipodes.
Citizens of New Westminster are as sure of this as:
they are that the big fair opens today and these facts arejGoeduck cf ���"*%�����- 0nly Boat t0
���"-'corded more for the benefit of visitors to this year's ex- J   victoria, sept
'������ibition as a partial indication of what they may expect* * '!
to see in the years to come.
Spokane, Sept, 28. M. II. EggleB-
ton, former eity treasurer, who attempted io collect a judgment Ifoin
Charlea B. Sheldon, who served under
him as B deputy, failed to make lhe
collection in the superior court, us
Judge Joseph Sessions ordered a nonsuit and dismissed the action,
The case grew out of shortages at
the office of the city treasurer under
the Eggleston admlnlatratlon.
EggleBton attempted to have a deed
cancelled for a lot transferred by Sheldon in Nettleton's addition. The attorneys for Bggleston failed to allege
in the pleadings Chat Sheldon vvas insolvent at the time he transferred thi
left. Whon'the error vvas found a uon
suit was asked.
Victoria  Obtains   Better Termc   From
Fire Underwriters.
Victoria.  Sept.  'i'i.    A  reduction    In
the insurance rates on dwellings, effective on November 1 next, wltb the
! ���' ''t probability of an early announcement
of a reduction on  mercantile establishments In  Victoria, is the outcome
tif a series of meetings  wlilch    the
members  of  the  bonrd   of  the   Van-
jeoifpr  Island   Klre   t'ndervv Titers'  as-
i soclation have been holding during the
���i"' ��� ck     The reduction in rates on
dwellings has been decided upon, and
notif nation  to thai  effect   will    this
London, Sept. 29.- The Weekly Die-
patch, In an editorial beaded "Losi
Championships," asks: "Is British
spcit in suii'er ii total eollpao?"
The DtBpati li adds    "The laat tilm
pic games were a heart-breaking exhibition of oui* athletic decadence.
Now we have ihe hiticr reflections ot
reading of tbe defeat if the great
Vurdi.n. We caniici help feeling lhal
American methods, thoroughness and
perfect Belt-control played their part"
ihe Sunday Times says; "Thut tlie
greatest  representative*    of    Urit-sn
golf failed to win tlle Ann rii-im chain-
plonsblps will be the oauae of nution
1al regret, mul not a little amazement
| Hut   nil   other   other   feelings   ure   ox
[tlngutshed in admiration for tin- won
derful   feat   i '   Ouimet,   who   proved
himself to in- one of the greatest golfers,   li bi i ever been heretofore thai
! iiritis'i golfers regarded the -Vmerioan
championships   as    something    they
���inld  pick   UP or  leave  alone,  as  th<
spirit   moved   tbem.     Henceforward
that vvill not be the case."
Five and ten acre blocks in the choicest fruit
growing and residential district in Kraser Valley.
Will take revenue-producing city house property
British Canadian Securities, Ud.
when you enn get as good, or better, manufactured In H. C, via.: the
the celebrated "VANl'Ol)\ Hit" ilrand. guaranteed to pass Htundurd
Specifications of American  and Canadian  Kiigtneem'  Association
We would ulso call attention to our Vitrified Hewer I'ipe trom
4-ln. to 24-in. In diameter. This Is also made lu tbla Province aud we
cons'dcr superior to any Imported article.
We also carry a stock uf Crushed Hock, Washed Gravel. Baud,
Mine. Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elst-where.
Phones 15 and 16.
902 Columbia Street W.
Vancouver.    Sept      2i).    A j
provide   Lynn   valley   wltli I
scheme to
a first-class recreation park
requiring an outlay of money
part of the municipality vvas
morning be In ti';* hands of the rep
resentatives of the various Insurance
comnanies doing business In this ter-
rt. rv. Tbe consideration of what are
known as mercantile risks Is now under way.
u Ithout
on    the
Itlng of the district ;	
estate   firm   owns | mus.  c.   c
entire flat  in D. I. !    Pianoforte.
IMISS      P.
.  I'll..
I. i	
,!������    ��,..   111.ii kli
i Ji.".,
Oil*    Mll'C'*'"
I ultable fur    the |    uon in K  A
Toronto.     Sent.   -
their mother    Irn ini.-    i i
ed    with    a    hull    [me
olaced in tbe store cellar and tbe body   ...,-���     professor     McM'
taken out, evidently with the nl" i nl
taking the trunk away again     Some
i thing, however, frightened ':'*��� travelers ,'i'vay before they had comnlet.ed
J lhelr task so they hurried hack to the
! hotel and to hed.
ilea     of
ui confront-
Is   tommy
rrlsh,    pro- |
Ocean  Tug
Passed  Through   Panama
Locks and Floats on
Interior  Lake.
Seattle. Kept. 29.���The finance and
ciiy utilities committees of tlio city
council voted to aceept the proposition of the Seattle, Renton and Southern railway for the city to take over
that portion of the streeet. oar line
within the city limits for $1,200,000,
v.iih an option to huy the end of the
lino outside the city for $200,000, to
be paid in six per cent, bonds. The
option is lo extend tc Sept. 1, 11-17.
Panama. Sept. 29.���The most, important step towards the operation of
��he Panama canal took place Saturday when the sea-going tugboat Oatun, drawing twelve and a half feet of
water, vvas passed successfully
through the Gatun locks and tonight
"oats on the bosom of Gatnn lake.
This vvas the first attempt made to
��� perate  the  locks  on  the  canal,  and
19.--The Qoeduck of
boat to finish, won
the first power boat race for the Hathaway cup from Seattle to Victoria Saturday. She arrived at 12:3G o'clock,
thus makins the course from Klliott
hay to Cadboro bay in 5:uii hours.
What happened to the other six or seven boats reported to have been entered is i
men.    The
late hour. er. realizing that they were
hopelesslv  beaten,  have   turned   back
The  Qoeduck had  a  smooth  passage
and as will be noticed made good time |
Tur the distance.   Her captain is now
the proud holder of the fines! trophy
ever put up for northwest yacht rac- i
inir.    The  Hathaway   cup  is  an   immense silver punch bowl and u set of
silver   f'agons.    It.  was  donated   by   a
prominent California millionaire.
feasor of anatomy at Toronto lias
��� ��� ,i,. ���, cnrafrO gtudv of this question
of maternal Impressions, of whicb
tbere are abundant records in popular, as well as in medical, literature,
-:*r' .'llv  on  this continent;   and  he
hns not found a sint-le eaae that vvill j
stand  a  thorough   investigation "
���'I'h's vvas the statement made by
ono of the professors of McGill university land he is a distinguished
pathologist, who has made a careful1,
the two kittens Which have been
Btudy of his subject), when he saw
brought into the world bv a cat. and
*.v!:;*ii hare a pecui'ar shape of the
back legs and no tali. Th" owner C.
Lulaser, attributes this to the feet that!
.  forward at the me
council     A    real
* in . -fifths of the
S52, and  D   I.   86
purposes of a recreation ground, and :
the rest of the property, wlilch belongs to the disirict, 'im be of no use
to it for some time to come owing to
:::������ roiiKh nature or the ground, The
company proposes to build a scenic
railway on tli" extreme outside of the
field with a twelve fool track for run
Him: purpoaea around the entire field,
and the inside t.i be devoted to foot-1
ball, baseball, lacrosse, etc., while i
pand stand vvill be ere ited on tbe side
��� i'i The track will be approximately
bait :��� mile In length and the ares ol
the whole enclosure will lie six or i
Bl ven acres.
..* and ilngins. Pi
������spa! > 't !<��r examlnn
I ,1
i iin.'
M   fm   1.
. 11  Keary
lew   W.
MAIUiAUKI'    v.   OIIOVES,    l'i I'H.   OP
III,.       Uttl'       l'i"'* I  ������"**       .Vi1 "i       U **   '���     '
Pi Ini Ipal   ol    the   I llas��o��    Colli
Mu,I        ,! I*.,;,   mi ,; i ���. - ��� i..  . i Hlrsi   ol
thi    < ;l >>;!���' v   Atiii * .     to loll
.   ,,., ||   ,���: ,    is.|| ��� I     ,   fl vv    pupHS
In   "iniilm;  .ii"l   v,,ir.-   ��� . td ii * Dn
lennlv'1'   i-*i�� re  ..i   Mull dim
Por term*, i iii ol  v. rlt-a lo        ���   n ���
Bank of Montreal
CAPITAL (Paid Uf.)   $16,000 000.OC
RESERVE    !.16.C0;i,0OO.OJ
llraiiches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, ami m London, Hug
land, New  .ork. Chicago and BpokanS
U.S.A., umi Mtaloo City, a general
banking business transacted,   i.eiter*
of Credit Issued, available with correspondents in all parts of the   w.rld.
Savings Hunk Department -Deposlta
received In sums of ti und upatard
mil interest nil i.vd at 3 p��r cent, pw
annum I present rutei.
Total Assets ever $186,000,0    50.
i;   |i   HitYMNKi-t. Mansgat
��lr�� '.
the  mother   rome   Hire"   months  ago,
v.its much "frightened by a bull
mystery   to  local   yachts-  ,t,'-i, lumped oul "I :> tub o! water to
may have driften In at a . a platform on which ahe waa standing,
ind Beared the life out of h"r"
'iie result was highly
''ol. (loethals. chairman
commission. All day loni; hundreds
i f persons, men, women and children,
withstood the burning rays of the
Topic sun to see the act of passing
the first vessel from sea level to the
level of Oatun lake.
Prominent Vancouver Man Dies Very
Vancouver. Sept. 29.���Without warn-
Ing death came on Saturday night to
Henry J. Wade, a well known Vancouver business man and brother of K.
('. Wade. K. C. .
As the result  of a weekend yachting trip.  Mr.  Wade contracted a cold
which was not considered serious and
pleaslhg    to appeared   to   be   rapidly    improving
of ih" canal  when suddenly the hearl  became at-
Vancouver, Sept. JU. The legal surrender of the Squamish reserve at
Newport to the Pacific (ireat Eastern j
Railway company by the Indianstooki
place yesterday in tli" old mission
church in North Vancouver. Tlie ceremony was carried out under the. direction of Mr. W, E. Dltchburn, inspector of Indian agencies, who came
over from Victoria on receipt of di-
rectlons from the Indian department
at Ottawa. Ile vvas assisted by Mr.
Peter Byrne Df New Westminster, in-
<-a! Indian agent Tlie Indians from!
the Squamish reserve were present to
the number of nearly sixty. They were
headed by Chief Joseph, who had
jurisdiction over five of the reserves
ln the general Indian tract transferred,
and Chief Edward Williams, who has
rontrol over one reserve Chi"f Harry participated In both surrenders.
There was little haggling over 'he
���agreement which had been drawn iipj
and agreed to verbally Every bead of
a family on the reserve signed his
name to the transfer papers. The
signatures were witnessed by Justice
nf the I'eace Champion The Pacific)
'treat Eastern was represented by Mr.
'VArev Tate, vice-president, and Mr.
I.ort Wilson, land commissioner.
reeled niul  h
the slightest warning.
Mr. Wade had been a resident of
Vancouver for our nine years, coming to British Columbia from Minnesota where he vvas engaged In business. About four years ago lie became vice-president of the firm er
William N. O'Neill company, lie was
wi il known in New Wi stminster.
Postmaster-General   Cc-ripares
and American  Oystems.
Seattle. Sept. 29     Rt. Hon. Herbert
I.    Samuel,     postmaster-general    ol
Great  Britain, was the guest yester
day  at   a  banquet of the  Seattle  Har
association.   His address was largely  the
|devoted to a comparison of systems of  ...;r]
I government in the Dnited States and
tin-ai Britain.   Aboul a hundred mem-
Ibers of the association attended    tli"
George    il
presided.    Mr  Samuel has been tour-
inir Canada for the past s'x weeks. He
will go east through the l'nited States
Whit-c and Colored Pecrle Murt Live
Sep.-irotely in Ealtimore.
Ball more, Md . Sept 29 A race
Begn untl*. :i ordinance was passed by
th" citv council. Tin* in--.isnr<- made
provisions requiring the use of separate blocks for residences by white
and colored people respectively. Thi
only hi use In the 1801) I I ��� ks of Moher
street occupied b; ni groi b, who moved
yesterday, was bombarded wlthstonea
and brinks for three hours hy whit"
men and buys from roofs windows and |of wolves and
*eps of the bouses opposite      Then | eseaped from
Easterners  Canr.ct  Win   it
Take it By Scheming
Montreal, Sept 29. The Minto Cup
mav oome "ast without beini; won,
and it may be played for In the cast
President James Murphy, of the National Lacrosse union, and President
Percy Qulnn, ot the Dominion I a-
crosse association hav.* decided to
unite in asking the trustees o( the
Minto Cup that II l" taken away from
tlie Ne a Wi ti lina'.i r 'lull. Blm * thej
no longer represent uu aaaoclation,
niul b" contested for between tbe
champions of the two eaatern bodlea,
*.v im ,i ha' ������ carried their ehe li ;--
through. A drawback to thla scheme
at pre*, "nt is the fla co nr the wati h
in Cornwall
TEACHER   ni''
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vvill  vl>i!   NtW    li __J   ��_ X*    11       .      I
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place your order now.
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
ll   Smith. W   J   Ur,iv-��i
Work iir,'!'rtitk mi in city and OUtSldl
ih.ts. 211-t. Wi'hiuiIiihot Trust Uld*
une   364.     P.   O.   Hox   itli.
crowd ' r ni gn i a arsembli *l and t e-
gnu a slm.'lar work of destruction on
houses  of  ih"  whites.    A   white
and a newspaper reporter    were
"truck  by   Hying  missiles and  badly
Escaped    Animals     Frcm     Menagerie
Cause   eR'qn   of   Terror   in
Aur trla
Berlin    Bept    19    Terror     reinns
among the population or Btyria.   -Vus
trla, ariaing from the dppredatlons
lioness uiul her cubs and a nun
hyenas w hich n cei I
menagerie, a< rding
passed  away   without bnnmtet   at   which    Mr.
V.'richt. president ol  the
San Krancisco, Sept. 29. Ifa s"iirch
now being mad" fur Amelia liuval
Stevens, does noi result ������������i the finding
i I    the   yiiuiii;   woman   b"fnr"   Oct.   4.
tli" "chateau bellieu," tbe (600,01 s
tate of her late father, Allejandro Du-
vail, in the Llvermore valley, wlll be
s< id at publlo auction. Twelve years
nun the girl was disowned by lier fa-
ther because of her marriage to Tbad-
d us Stevens, Stevens had failed to
consult the parents of Miss Duvall before paying her his attentions, thereby disregarding u French custom held
sacred by the fat lur.
Utterances   Branded  as
Impious  and   Grotesque."
28.���The   Vatican     or
Man H?s Invention of Value
to Railroads.
Replna, Kept. 29.���-Anton Kalten-
<������>nn<>r. for a lone time a resident ,,f
���'���'s city, has recently taken out pat-
r-nt*. both in this countrv and In the
l'nited S! ites. upon an Ingenious and
��� -irtlcal device for th"    holding    of
'Iway rp.'ls. without th" use of flsh-. w-nls.
��� 'ites or bolts, nnd whlrh he h*-"i"�� to only hilarity
��� "e in Kenernl uEe upon the railroads ��� --
��� f  the country. Klll-H by Pock Slide
for holding the rail   Is     Thetford iMInea. Oue
that  nped  nn   PtRllsh I fatal  accident
Itome, Sept
cun, The OgBervatore Romano, strongly Btimatlzes the antl-Cathollo utterances of Ernest Nathan, mayor of
Rome, at the commemoration of lii"
anniversary of the fall of the temporal power. It clinraclerl7.es the speech
as "vulvar. Impious, perverse and
l/ri tesque," and Mayor Nathan as "a
ridiculous Imitation of a civic magistrate and an exotic combination of
Judaism  and  Freemasonry'."
The paper adds that Mayor Nathan
Ik "a worthy orator to commemorate
the   fall   of  temporal   power,  as  his
Meadow Brook, I.. I., Sept. 29 Ai-
though no Information lias reached
the office of the Polo association, the
prevailing opinion among the various
polo men on l-oni,* Island iij that another challenge fn- th" International
mm will he forthcoming from England
before the close of tii" year. Returning pololsts from England think thai
owine: to tli" closeni bs of tbe last
match the Britishers will try saaln to
lift tlie cup before another year. It
was said nt the Meadow Brook dub
tbat in lh" event of tii" English nlav- ' <"' ' ""*. Ri
ers coming ever again a new scheme the children's poel
would in all likelihood ho tried with nlternitelv
their ponh i. which would not arrive
in th1" oountry until n week or t"ti
days hefon* tli" commencemenl ��� f the
matches. Twelve players mlghl p"s
slbly come, and from this number the
team would he selcted to play affBlnst
the Americans. Until the arrlvni nf
t'i" Rrltlrh nnn-tes thev wlll probably
buy some for practice wcrk.
Reclaim the Zuvde- Zee.
The Hague Sent, 29.- Queen Wil-
��� the Netherlands, in the
speech from the throne on the open
Ingol the Dutch parliament, annbunced
: thai :i ��� ,i :i sure vi uld be introduced
for the reclamation of the Zuyder Zei
The Zuyder Zee was originally a lake
���and the scheme in to make it. bo again
by constructing s  great  dyke across
in   dispatches    reaching   here    rrom
The  I easts  bave  establlshi i
their lairs In  tin* centre of a  region
THcresslhie mountains. Thej  have
destroyed and devoured 200 I le and
I"" sh- ":> Tii" Inhabitants will nol
allow their children tn go to school
It is f' an 'I thai the bi ists of prey,
after the herds have bei u taken from
the mountain ptFturea al autumn, vvin
invade the Inhabited districts-in Bearch
of food.
NTEKNA : 1 iN M.   - ii*. v vi   ���, s I > n|'i:i;   ;
...      . ri,  meets In
l. ���.-.:    ,   * *    ���     *'i*i    third
ti.ui* .t-i,  or tli" neinili   II   vloL4tu��hlln. I
pn * .:���������:      vv    ' ���    Us, . .,,���:.
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\'KW UF..-I All V.��TK" I.OtX-B SO * I
H i* P. (i of Rlii�� "f thn t> ef C, niw
mn fine nnd thli-'i Thunulay al * P in-
K of P H in Blgl in street A wsui
iirnv. Bhtulled Ruler: P. ll. .imith. Her
i.     u     O     M.    NO     II-I   -MBBT8 l>^
Ird ued fourth  '.'.'--ti ������-
ii ��� nth    nt    "    t-   m
Home     tl   J     I...HHJ
i:     .l.iie *,     ��.. retary
it    1m.1i"*    In    H'-.      IImiihf
When travelling for business or plea-
sure, you may us well have comfort
n i ��� M
llrM. tm and
'i.i v    In    -in
in      tie       Si
dictator; >���'
IP niliiunrti m
oorner "f Pourth and Ci
iruit, strt-eU
and travel by our line.   Vou vvlii flno
it to your advanti.n"  o concul! ua for
rutec ami rasi  v.i-;*('i.-.
E. OOULET, Agent
New Weatmlnstet
il. W. nitoDiE. tl   I"  A . Vaaoouver
l. O ll V AMITY l-ODQB rai 17���Th
regular rmwllng o( Amiiv lodac Ni
27. I. O. ii P., I�� beld ""ty Mi .-)���'
nlKiit ui 8 o'clock In rw<l Pellows' I(nl
corner Camsrvon utel Bbchtli ���tre*��U
vlaltlng hrethsm , eordlally hi'ii."
It A. M. 'nili.-*. >; il.. II vv Sangnltr
V. l'i.; W. C ''ui.M.ii'-e. P '*. r.-:.r.
ltn- .iiTi-iiiiv j. W, MaoOonald, flnnn.
ctitl   nccri'lurv
the ' ��� 'i-'i ,. to the Zuydi r Zee and
ihen build three other dvki-s .-lrouiid
the < * a��t ' f tie* Zi "    The si heme bs
 nosed   wuuld   nol   touch   the centre
of the Zee, which would 'hus return
'" ;' fi "i" - " ��� ���ii-icn of :i Ink" If
tin- Dutch chambers sanctions it. tlw
wnrk "id he carried wi by menus of
a pul He loan in tli" Netherlands.
v. rung
��� I'll: i m
M'Se  ver   I '
rirs and  laughter
'r' "i tii" pei nl" i.f ������'���ipv lands   Is    "i
have a memorial    I*: gbteen veara s'-
������*r h's  body  was Isld  nwav  in an  oh-
Br-.ure corner of Dracelnrtd cemetery,  and k"pt
��� Id friends of Field, pAthorlrfg In thel
'������������ ���'��� "v:-*l   ti   i'n**'    fin'.vers   on     t'ie
'���r-ie. leirned  with a  shock 6f Bur-
nrlsi that only a simple gravestone
mark" tlie |nrt resting place of one or
America's 'most cherished writers.
Ilizerta. Tunis, Bept. 20 The r * al
fllghl by Roland Q. Garros, thi French
aviator, across the Mediterranean
frn'-i St. Rani I, Frail'", t.i thiifl port,   8.
:i distance of 56S mlleB, was of a much
more a dv en ten, us character than It al '
, first appeared,   The motor of his aeroplane was taken to pieces and Beveral"
defects were found.   Ono of the segments was completely burned ami oth
"���r parts had be��t rendered useless
Oarroa, In deacrll Ing h'-i rils-bt, said
that when al i m SO mile i from ti
French coaal his motor began to work
badly iinii about th" Bame dlatan"i
'rom Blzi iti it stoppi .I altogetbi r Hi
tben had nn alternotlvn bul to vol
���".���n" Into tin- na w th t'i" ' iruce that
'���" mlghl b" rescued by torpedo boats
Bul suddenly the mi tor started again
running until be bad landed
vv. K. PALES���Pioneer ITunrral t'lr r.
nnd    F-.'.iilnl"r.    (18-610   AKIU'S   BtTS*'
opposLrf Carnsgls Library-
HOWFt.l.     IHI!l-l'|i:;-HOIl    TO    fW
Ier   *   Ibmiiii.   l.l'l i-.t'-illliT-jl   rllr n-
iimi nrntoilmera    Parlnrn 40^ ColumHI
Htr,.,-i.   New  Wnrtmlnstsr.   Phons ����'
in.r Board of Trad* m*��ts in ths beari
room i'ltv Hall, as follows! Third Fr'
'luy i.f inch month; quarterly m��-*lni
...I lha third Prliliiy of F.,hrunrv. May
AuaufH nnd Novumtiflr sl H P rn. An
nual meetings "n Ihn thlnl Frl.tnv 0
Fibriiaiy.   it.   If.   Btuart   W��de    wvrf
Snl>*. In-"ils Hiisln<-K�� l#imrs, etc.. clr
eulnr work npiiitallst. All work slrlctl)
oonfldsntlal. ll Barry, room ��18 w��t
minster Trust Blk.   Phoni- 702
esiu'ciaiiv abroad,
.nd pity."
will  excite
Edward Cirson N't
Only ti Pr&ent His
M-idr a Siint.
London, Sept. 'i'i.- The under-seere-
tnry of the board of tr-.de. J. M. Rob-
..-tso.. snonklne at. Newcastle, said
that Sir Kdward Carson's provisional
government was an economic blunder
and a practical Imooasihllltv, which
would he ended by the British postof
flee cutting It off from the rc:<t of th"
world ���'���'���in undersecretary declared
th-t S'r Kil"-'ril rarson WIS not prosecuted for tin- reason tliat "ihe government did not wish to make 'Kini;
''arson' 'Saint Carson ' "
Heavy Rain F.vled tn Dampen Enthuo-
iaom a* Eberne.
Eburne, Sept. L'ii    Motwlthrtandlna
h',tv ilnvvtipcnrs of rain   which fulled
to daunt ':i the lean  the contagious I tba
enthusiasm of Richmond rarmers. the j *'|v
annual fair on Saturday went orr   in I rentiemin wired to the commlttei
-i-ii'-niid '."���Men. patronized by many arrangements thnt it. would bo Impos
'.*���.���������  nnd  surnasslnp   dl    previous  sible Tor hlm to be hero.
'������ ���hlblllfis   In   the   vv""1lh   nf   its   ev-1 	
Orand Forks, ii. c. ,H,.pt. 20 There
was a large attendance bi the opening
of the fair here.   The fair was opened
with addresses by Mayor F. VV. M-r-
' .line of Oreenwood, Mayor II. ,1
Matheson of Phoenix, Mayor (!. M
Frtpp "f (Irand Fork", and .1. If. .Tack
son. M.P.P., rnr the Greenwood rd
Iiik. It was at rirst arranged to have
rulr opened by W E. Scott, dep-
minlBter of agriculture, but   that
h'hlts of poultry, lr���'��� a -
Mi id produce, ""ndb "*
������j'd the other diver: i pi
garden and
-���'.     l'.'.''t ������::
'lu"ls or tlie
The men-s
���mewhiit   like
it  the
29     A
a 11 Waj'B.   where
ed to hold the
!*' ilteiibfunner's
��� steel wedges
wooden vvorl"*"s sre
'"illends in ii'-co. Mr.
l-rentlon niel'es use
which take th" pin""
��� ' 'hose id wood used en the English
' llways. The (lev-ice nr""'i'r"- n snf��
*. 1 secure method of hol(l'"e t''" rnll
nnds, making the rails a! the'r 'o|n-
��� -s solid as at any place i:i their
nf tho Aahestofl corporation of Cana-
Ida, Ltd., hen* when Henry Marcour,
| seed 81, and T rinllmette, aged 28,
vvere Injured, the former seriously, tbe
latter fntally. Thn men wer" engaged
h'irin? looBe rock from the side of the
pit when a large portion gave way,
carrying both to the bottom and pin-
"tnir them under a large quantity of
Riddled Yet Livs.
Victoria, Bept, 28. Provincial nolloe
constables made a close inspection of
tha Immediate vlcin'ty of the enl'ln
nenr Col word wherein Llm Bat !."���".
a Chinese chicken fiirnn"-. vvas shot
while  In- was asleep  early Thursday
morning by .-'ti unknown, concerning
whose present whereabouts the police
have as yel secured no trace, Llm It-it
Lum. despite the three bullet wounds
In his chest. In null alive at St. Joseph's hospital, nnd hones of hls Ultl-ltake any chances with you
mate, recovery are held out. | detective In reply.
Tock  No Ch.--c-".
Calgary, Sept. 2fl, "| will not trv
to i"'i away from yon. Ven don't
need to pul tii"i*e ov my l"g��,"
Smoking a c'rarette end n-,-������!������,��� -.
r-.'.-, ,.... ,,��� |j|fl nrm. Lewis Weller
wanted In Kdmonton for the murder
of .lohn Mc.Nulty, made tills remark
to Dotectlve Wairler of the Edmonton
t>. N W. M I', when the officer locked
the shackles oll the tinkles of th" aliened murderer at police headquarters,
"Maybe not. but I'm nm going   to
Eiiid  the
Polish Girl In Trouble.
Winnipeg Si pt. 2fli -As a resull of
tii" publication in the local pnners recently of cert iin alleged slanderom
statements which purport to havi
been spread broadcast over a certain
 ' ������ ���"" ""'  northern  pan  nf thi
city In circular form by Mnrva (>M
* i ��� a "i'""v Polli b girl regarding
'���������"���' ,1'iinov'ni'i sttentlons wWch
the girl s:iyn inn*" liiin nald her by
Alfonso Marclowlcr.n, g Polish rnde
nendenl Catholic priest, the latter has
taken legal advice and It is under-
������inml Hint n. wcrrnnl has been (,r will
be Issued  for lho girl's arrest.      The
charge preferred will be criminal libel, the pr'est claiming that the n'rl's
,....,-.-.���nf��� regarding himself are absolutely false.
CQttBOUI.D,   nnANT  A   MrCOI.L,   BAF
rlwi-rs.  S.illi-ltnrs. etc.    40  Ixine Ulr-K-'
New WsstmlAster,   a. K. florhoula, ��
C.    J. H. -flriint.    A. B. McOol'.
OOAL MINING rights sf ths Domlnlos
in ,'Janit.iim, Haskatfihswan snd Albert*.
<tt.- vi-knii Territory, ii��.- Korthwusl Tn
iltnrliu umt  111 a  i-orlliin of thf  ITovInc*
of llrlllnh Columbia, may tin leam-d tor l
' term Of twenty-one years at an annual
rental Of ll an Sera. Not mnr*' ihan Zht*
niTL-a will bs li-aii-d tn i��n�� iiptillcaJiil.
Api'llcailun for a Isass nuini I*-- madt
Uy ihi; npi H'lint In person I" tin* Agenl
nr Muli An-nl of lho olstrtot Iii wlilch tht-
rlKiiln applied for arc attunled.
In *nirve>.ml territory lbs land biu��i b4
ili-H.-illn-0 hy a��H-'lliiiin, or legal Miili-illvt-
uliiii* of aectlona. and In ininurv.-y.-d tur-
ilti.ry    ll,,-   tract   appll.il     fnr    hIi.iII     b4
: Htaki-d nut by the a(iplleant lilmni'lf.
I'-ncii uppiicatpjn iniim i���. socomnanlaii
hy a fee of $11 wnk-h wlll it* ridunrted lr
die rlshla applied for an- not iivnlUblfl,
but not otherwise. A royally aliall bt
paid on the merchantable output nf the
mine i.t the rata nf five cents per ton.
! The peraon uprratlnK the mine shall
furnish lhe AKent wllh swarn rstuma
ocooiintlna fnr the full quantity nf merchantable  coal   mined  and   pay   the  ro;f-
.alty   thereon    If  the run)   mining   rlK'iu
' ht. nut being operaioil such return*-) ahonM'
I ha furnished  at   leant   once a year.
| Tha h-iiHe wlll include lha caul tntnlna
riitlita only, hut tha leasee wlll ba par-
mtiti.il   to   purchKM   whatever   available
: aurfac*  righta may  be considered necra-
iary fnr Uie working ot tho mine at tbtv
n.tr of 110 an acre.
Por full Information application should.
, be made to tha necratsr/ of tha Depart.
ment of the Interior,  Oliuwn. nr to any
Agent or Bub-Agent of lxiinlnlen Lands
Deputy Minister uf the Interior..
N   II.���Uliauthnrlwil pntilliiutliiii of thlt
advertisement wtll not  be istld Inr
t< ���'t-lnw.     m.lli'lliir      etc.        Tilephon
li*. (tiiMn aildrent ".lohnston'
Coilc, "Western Union." Office-!. KIM
Work, r.ri'ji'nlurfibla street, New Wea<
minster, it**'..
wiiitksidk.     BDMONDB   *   WHtTF
llifa ��� llnrrlntire and iSullrlt.or��, Wesi
minuter TnlSI ��lh., OolUmhln s'rec
New Weatmlnster. 1!. O. f'nbl" nrtilres
"Wlili.-iilde." W'stein Union. P. t)
Drawer 2(in Tfllopbqns 19. W, ���'
Whllenlile. K C.; II. I.. Kdinonils. I
J.  HTll.WBI.t. CI-tJTri.  Bnnlater-at-la��
solloltor,   etc.:   oorner    Columbia    ai
MoXtnSlS    Streets.     New    WeHlmlnste
n. o.  p. o. Bos iu.   Talsphone 7it
J. P, HAMPTON nol-B, BAnniBT^H
Solicitor if Ad Notary. Offices Har
block, 2S I*rnt street. New Westmin
ster, B. C.
Barristers nml HollrlTnrs. S06 to Sll
Westminster Trust Block. O. B Mar
tin,  V.  a.  McQuarrie   and Oeorge I
Transfer Co.
jiMct  Phont IBS.      Barn Phone lit
Bsgbla Strtit.
Hagaaae Delivered Promptly to
auy part of the elty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
P.O. Box 84 Dally Newt Bldg.
of all kinds.
Prices right.   Satisfaction guaranteed
Bl McKenilt St.
**�� a hhbmmb
end for one hundred feet, then turned
the nose of the marhine downward
and plunged 100 feet. He did this
twice before lie reached the earth.
In the course of one flight, hls motor stopped firing a few seconds
bul  Pegoud  made a couple of head
Big Exhibition Always Haa Had Repu
u:icn  for  First Clas�� Shows���
lien Who Havc Made It.
The great expositions Ol tlie past
ii iva covered mucb ground and caused
i H* sxpendlture of a groat ileal of
money I blcago, witb its World's
fair, vi: the pace, and i'nrls ami st.
Louis, following In lier footsteps, add-
ed further Impetus to lier efiorts towards bringing together the nations
oi the world,
The city or New Westminster, in*
Ita ��� iramerclal, manufacturing and
agricultural exhibitions Ihih effectually demonstrated to the world that th
lum.ine nf British Columbia is noi
a "sin of mountains," imt thai it 's
oapgl ie of taking from rank, nm
ni'Ti I; :.s a producer of raw mats
rials, cuttle, sheep, iiairv ami field
produce, hm also in tiie manufacture
ni wood specialties, furniture, iron nml
ateel and other commodities, embracing ;i varied lint of Industries. In this
d'rectlon fin- has tlie assistance of.
unlimited water power tbe cheapest
known agency for moving tin. wheels
of Industry ami ihis. combined with
lur unbounded natural resources
shows the Illimitable poslbllltles   nfl
t'i.* prov Hire In lhe Held of tile world'a
Early History
\h regards tbe history of th" rair.
there is nol much recorded before the
year 1899    it wuh started originally
���'is a  provincial  fair,  with  the idea  of
holding It alternately gi different
places   on one occasion it was held
at Chilliwack.    Later  it   was  decided
to hold   t annually at New West min
���ner and sine,, then it has been beld
here every yenr.    About that time, T.
it. l'earson was secretary    Than   In
IV'1   A.  B,   MacKenzie. who was Ihen
a prominent member of ihe New Westminster  lacrosse  teum.   took   the  (SC
retaryshlp. Throughout the nineties,
whal wns known ns iiie citi/ens' celebration wns run in conjunction wltll
llie Royal Agricultural and Industrial
socloty mni the GUIsens' Celebration
committee bandied all the sports In
connection  with  it.    Atom the    year
li'ti?. the Agricultural society took
over everything.
Fire  Couldn't   Stop   It.
During the period  1898-1000, Arthur
Malins wns secretary, nnd it was during tbls period���September 10, 186!
that   ihe  great   fire,  which  destroyed
prom riv   to  the   value  of  $2,600,000,1
took place.    Notwithstanding tile fnel '
thai this catastrophe oocurred   only
t1'*'     ������''���s  before  the  ralr.  it  was
hi      as though nothing had happened.
In   ' ���- year mon W. H. Keary became
manaaer and secretary ami held tbe
ComMi ed  offices  Il'l   lasi  year:   It   is
considered.that In this period the exhibition mads its greates! strides, and
ii was iin'ler Mr   Kearv's reg'ine tliat
the  district   exhibits   first    started
they now form the most   prominent
1 '-ntit.- of the fair    thus i-howlng   the
possibilities of the    interior    farming
Always Good Stock.
Even from I's earliest davs thefi''r
has always been good su fnr as tbe
exhibits of stork were concerned,
there being In the year 1SH1 over a
hundred boad of Jersey cattle alone.
Thai year there were some promt-
ii, nt viriiors rrom tha nnii. Including
sii William Van Horno, who was at
ii il i   ***��� president of the C   P. u
\n Important change was the gradual doing sway with local men ns
jiulR, s and the Importation, regardless
of cost, from eastern counties and
eastern states of the besl "untitled
im"! ns fudges of htifies nml cattle,
and tbe beat men wer�� brought ,---).
among ihem Richard Gibson of DeH-
,. are who had ludoied hordes at th��
w,--,<��� fair snd J. C. Snell from
Sncllerovi    Ontarlt
long dives and In
starti d.
a moment was again
Prominent Viator*,
(ireat interest has been shown both   ARTICLE   I
by tbe Dominion and provincial governments, especially   in   the   way    of
sending out heads of   departments.
The  milliner of ugricullure and    bis
deputy from tiie provincial
ment have also done a gnat
ieal for
llerlin.     Sept.     29.   -The     "Cologne.
Oozette"   prints   an   article     severely
criticizing Lieutenant General Von
Bernard) for an essay in which he
spoke  of  the   possibility    of    getting
tlie  exhibition.    The   exhibition     Iris i Ireland  on   the  rile of Germany
been   visited   by   Governor-General!
Lord Stanley or Preaton, the Karl ol
Aberdeen, the Karl or Minto. Karl
Orey nnd ll. n. ll. the Duke oi Connaught, and trees were planted In
Queen's park hy the wives of these
Long Service.
it is nt* Interest to note thai T, I,
|Trn|i|i was president for U0 years, 1893
' ' 1918, 0, D Brymner, manager of
the Bank of Montreal, has heen hon-
'orary treasurer for lifi years, from 1K88
to the present day, and is still acting
'in thnt capacity, C. A. Welsh, who
wns prealdent in 1912 and again tliis
year was formerly on Hie board or
-control and lias been connected with
Hie talr fnr lhe past ten years. Many
"ther prominent city men who have in
Hi"   ins'   given     valuable    help    are
1 Messrs. [., A. Lewis. W, R. (liiley. Nels
Ni 'son, I). S. Curtis. L. Williams. T. .1.
Armstrong. Kev J s. Henderson and
a host of others who have always been
Willing to put their shoulders to Hie
wheel and help liritish Columbia'! big
fa!:- along.
in .
of war between this country and
I Greal   llritain     The article was based
I on an essay In the "Irish Ilevlew" on j
the  altitude  of   Ireland   In  case  F.ng-'
land went to war.   The "Cologne Gaz-j
jette"  stlgmstlses  the  article  In    the
i "Irish  Ilevlew" as crazy and  snjR tn
| regard   to General   llt-manli's contention that  war between  Kngland    and
Germany is 'inevitable, that Oermany
I will continue her policy of settling
copcrel ��� disputes with Kngland with
the support of an overwhelming ma-
j loritv of Its population. This replies
completely to the Idea of a war    of
I conquest  agn'nst   Knglund.
French nan      "Looped-the-Loop"
Mid-air���Spectators Awe-
North Vancouver Council Will Ee Le
North   Vancouver,  Sept.  28.    Mayor;
I Innes  and   Aldermen  Vance  and   Al- I
Ian    have    returned    rrom    Victoria,
whither thev bad gone for the purpose
of     interviewing     Attorney-General:
Bnwaer (acting premier)  with refer- !
ence to the situation ereated hv the)
discovery that the present coin, ii had
not    been    elected    legally.      ".jyorj
II n lies remarked that the matte.' was
now lu the hands of the c'ty council, j
It remained for the aldermen to decide
wbether they would retain office until the end of the year. If the council |
decided to retain office, then thev had
the assurance of 'he government that
all reasonable acts upon their part in
t'ie performance of their aldermanlc
duties would lie validated hv means
of the p-r-'slne of a pr'vate hill Including the voters' i'sts which are yet
'o he prepared for the year.
Farmers'    Wives    in    Ontario   Think
They Should Not Have to Feed
the Threshers.
Toronto, Sept. 2H. Threshing, which
is In full swing throughout Scarboro
township, naturally brings up a problem for the farmers' wives to solve,
I.e., "What to serve th" threshers?"
In some sections the women have settled the question by refusing to cook
for the threshers ���*-��� all. They argue
thai threshers are paid, that the exchange of work at threshing time is a
business matter, not a social affair at
all, consequently they will neither
weary themselves nor tax their purses
by serving meals. "This Is Indeed a
revolution, perhaps too radical a one,"
said a farmer, "but. considering the
Scarcity of help, the high cost of meat
and groceries. I think we sliall all
admit that some radical ch'inge Is Imperative But tliere ts another side to
the question, tbat overbalances mere
enjoyment. First, elaborate repasts
tax a woman's strength too greatly.
Second, expensive meals make heavy
Inroads into the profits from the crop.
When a man comes to help work he is
i workman, not a guest, even though
he tie your most honored friend."
London,    Sept.    -i'     'iiie    amazing ; MILITIA  TO
airman     Pegoud     at     BrooManda, |
again fl'rted with death, performing
a scries of aerial acrobatics which
mnde the spectators gasp at
ing of the young Frenchman.
bound  crowd  or  over    6000
watched lira swooping in vertical spi
rals and  flying upside down    in    the!
course ol three ascents lasting an hour
and a hall.
Among oilier  feats,  he  Mew  upside
down, "looped-the-loop" and made
tbe letter "S"   vertically,     lie   also
started as though lo loop the loop, but
checked liis machine when pointing
vertically upwards and made ll appear
to stand i n ,;.�� end. On the last night
be roae   o a height   or   moo   feet,:
turned tlie nose of his machine
straight Io earth and fell with a swift
ness apparently beyond ail control, lie
continued to drop several hundred
The    onlookers   were    awestruck,
i Manv turned their faces away to avoid
i seeing what 'hey thoughl would Surely be ti tragedy. Then 1'i'goud twist-
: cl Uie aeroplane over to nn angle of
lit* degrees, and a moment later was
i flying upside down.    Ile kept thus for
a  few   seconds and then gradually re-
i- ued an upright position, swooping
:In corkscrew fashion.
I'r,.��,,.,i'v be g '  i s"!l '"ore thrill-
li)X cvhlMtlcn.    When un 1000 f-et h"
described a complete somersault first
diving   down   *t-night   tn   tlie     earth.
then  ftving  upside  down,  niul  a   ni"-
'���H" 1   later  making nn  unwnnl  climb.
the 'rent of the machine polnl'iig sky-
ward   ""'I   it*5   tall   to  the  earth,  nnd
ri.i""'i*tii!"  ">" circle      Tin1    crowd
,.,.,,!,]  hardly  believe their eyes.
!>,,.., ...| i,;,,i no sooner reached the
enrth tli"" he was readv to go uo
-������ '''i.    After rcnohii'n cn  altitude of
18000 feel he climbed absolutely   on
Victor'a,   Sept    28. ���Superintendent
the dar J Campbell of the provincial police, fol-
A spell-j lowing a visit to th" attorney-general,
personi:   stated tha- tbe policing of the affected
area is practlca'ly complete, and thnt
no further trouble of any serious nature ls expected   Wben tbe trlalB come
nn   next  week,  he expects  that,
will be one or two minor demonstrations of sympathy  lor the  prisoners, j
but  beyond  that he thinks the F'tua-.
tlon is perfectly secure.    The militia
will  remain  on  tlle scene  until  arter
the trials are over and probably long-
er as circumstances seem to dictate.
At. all events there is no prospect   ofj
them being returned in the meantime.1
ln fnct reliefs are now being sent UP,
ro that the**) who have been on service:
s'nr,, the flrf call can return to town
anrt resume their occupations.
With Others Is Sent for Trial on Pick- '
sting  Charge���Oblected  to
Nanalmo, Sent. 89. -Israel I. Rub'n- '
Owltz  .Walter  I'ryde and  William   II.
I Mocre  on   Saturday  were committed
i for   trial   by   Magistrate   Simpson   for]
; "picketing"   workmen.     The   decision*
��� ol  the  magistrate  was given  after a!
I session of lhe court which continued !
ftpm  10 a.m.  lo 4 p.m. during wlilch
la larr*;e  number of    witnesses    were'
'teard   the three accused men also going on the stand in their own In-half. I
Mr.   Rubinowiti  objected  to  being !
'rn ii   by   Magistrate  Simpson  stating
he feared his worship could not give
���ilm e  fair trial and also objected to
Mr.  Sboebotham  en  the  ground  that
hs ought not to have any standing or
atatus In  any court.
In rendering his decision Magistrate
. -'��� mpson remarked that the accused
were in a neighborhood where a lot
there!'1' trouble had occurred and where
Itrcuble was still likrly to recur. The
accused knew they had no business in
lho vicinity of the mine. He could
not understand how I'ryde and Moore
became acquainted with Kubinowltz
in so short a time. He did not think
the officers used any violence in making lhe arrests and according to the
evidence lie saw nothing fer it but to
send the three accused up for trial at
tlie next court of competent jurisdiction.
Tom   Mann  Belittles  Him   Bsfore  Audience���Manifests  Disgust st
National Anthem.
CPi Ready Made farms
More than 9,000,000 acres good Canadian Pacific
Railway Company land in British Columbia, "Sunny
Alberta," Saskatchewan and Manitoba awaiting the
magic touch of tillers' art to blossom as the rose.
All C. P. R. land for sale on new
$2,000 will, if desired, be loaned settlers for farm improvements.
For descriptive literature and settlers' transportation rates call on or write the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Official Land Selling Agents.
D. I Brown, Hope & Macaulay
Real Eatate, Mortgage Loane, Insurance, Rentals, Colleetlona.
B. J. Farm Land.. *,bl!rta F"m T*
Windaor,  Sept   ^S.    Tom   Mann, the
English labor agitator, left the speak-1
irs' platform in tha Windsor Athletic i
iinii   in   disgust,  as  .lohn   R.  Mason, j
presldl nt  ol  Tin iii :i and  l.abor coun-!
ell. Bang Qod Save the King. Mason's
Bong followed a revolutionary speech
l> Tom Mann, in which he character- j
i7ed laws as the work of "dirty" gov-!
��rnnn nts.    derided tiie church, belittled   the   King  of   Britain   and   defied j
ihe Canadian police to arrest him   fori
j his Inflamatpry utterances. Mann was]
Invited   to   speak  to  workinginen    of
Windsor by unions of the citv.
"I believe." he said, "that those who)
work, those who create wealth, should |
control  their own energies,  work  for
their own profit, and own the means
of production and distribution."
He was especially bitter toward politicians and governments, who, he declared, were controlled by the capitalistic class.
, "Freedom."
The speaker as he progressed In
hls remarks beacmc alternately bitter
and scornful, particularly towards
what he called the "freedom of Amer-
"1 came to this great America, nml
found tren In steel mills working several ihlfts of 12 hours each per week,
atld all for a wage of $1.90 per day."
Belittles King George.
"Whal about King Oeorge?" asked a
voice from the audience.
"You people over here," replied the
speaker, "place too much Importance
in King George. He Is of about aa
much Importance as the president of
thn United States, the Ciar of Russia
or the Kmperor of Oermany. He has
nothing to do with ruling the country.
"The capitalists rule these nations,
and there is no reason for It. Tbe
workingmen havc more power, If they
wanted to exert It, than all these potentates. Give us a two weeke' strike
on tlm railroads, with all employes
lolnlng solidly ,'n the strike and the
king's army could not be transported
because all the king's army could not
build r railroad.' '
Chairman More Moderate.
It waa immediately after this utterance that Chairman MaBon mounted the platform and attempted to
"lake a more conservative appeal to
���he audience and mollfy some of the
utterances cf the speaker of the
It w><< while he led the singing of
the national anthem that Mann left
lhe stage.
Russia   Institutes  Progressive    Movement
Odsaaa, Sept. ;..��� .���. progressive
ste;, of much importance has been
I taken in Russia by th�� creation of a
nlnlsterlal department of sports. Hitherto the Russian gymnasia of all
classes have been, practically speaking sohocls without playgrounds, The
ministry cf public instrnclii n paid no
attention whatever to the physical cul-
liii'i', cither cf male or female Btudents
anil il i_ 1101 now intrusted with th"
fostering and regulation of field sports
For this purpose a special departmental chief, in the person cf General
Ooyekoff, a member of the imperial
entourage, has been appointed, and
financially he has been given cart" |
blanc frr tb" promotion of national
Sports, or. rather naturalized sports,
fer it is frum western Kurope tile field
games are Introduced. Association
football has, during the last few years,
attained a greal venue in this coun-
iry and lawn tennis is being taken
up with vigor by the youth of both
Salve Copper Ore Cargo From Abandoned Vessel
S-eattle. Spet. 29.���What was regarded as the impossible feat of salvaging the copper ore carf.n of the
eld barge Charger, v hich was wrecked in Karta Kay. Alaska, nearly flvs
years ago, has been accomplished, t'ie
last ton bavins becn loaded aboard
Uie bar e Washington, to bc brought
lo Pug t P, lund.
The wreck, abandoned years before,
W. J. Rogers was laughed et h*f many
when a :��� ear s%n last spring he took
ncrtii a corps cf divers and a complete wrecking outfit tc redeem the
-re  from  the old hulk.    As
One of our 85 varieties
They were farmers from
���over for the New Westminster Exhibition, out lo learn things as well
as have a good time. One was a cattle raiser and dairyman, another hred
horses and raised prize hogs and the third was exhibiting prize poultry;
Their wives were along.   Presently they drifted to the booth exhibiting
Our man in charge was kept busy answering all their questions. A general discussion took place. "You bet I feed my hogs with Royal Standard Excelair Chops" said one. "Take my tip," said the other "that Royal Standard Milk Food is the greatest thing in the valley for improving
the cow's milk." "I give my poultry Royal Standard Poultry Supplies
exclusively" said he who was out to win the prizes. The ladies then
chimed in with praises of Royal Standard Flour���they were bent on winning the $15 first prize offered by the makers for the best loaf from
Roval Standard.
Get acquainted with our 85 varieties
Whv don't YOU run over to our booth and catch some of the enthusiasm
of the farmers from Chilliwack? EVERYBODY in the Fraser Valley can have healthier, fatterjivestock, plumper chickens, more eggs, by
adopting ROYAL STANDARD as their buy-word when they go marketing.   Ask your dealer���he knows.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ud.
JAMES W. HALDON, Local Manager
Hay and Straw Warehouse
and Dock, Front and Sixth
Office, Flour and Cereal
Warehouse, Tenth Street,
adjoining   Kelly.Douglas.
.*.   :,
V- *
London, Sept. 29.���Mr. V, R- Benson
received a splendid farewell from the
Duke'of Connaught, Sir Herbert Tree,
Sir Squire Bancroft, Mt. Forbes Hob-
result j ertson  and other  leaders of  drama,
Phone Oey. 1887.
of his f.rst year's work, Rogers received 1300 tins from tho Charger and
the laughs were changed.
This spring, with the barge Washington chartered from the Alaska
Barge company, and another outfit,
nosers left again for Karta Bay. Al-
tska Barge company officials have
becn notified that 1200 tens more of
ere, all that remained of the cargo,
has been taken from the wreck, and
that the barge Washington awaits a
tow to the south.
J. H. Todd's Music House
41B Columbia 8treet, New Westminster.
Singer Sawing Machines.   Small Musical Goods of ail Kinds. PHONE M4
A Rouo'n T��st
Nanalmo, Sept. 29.-���To take a. flre
���nn'ot* truck a trip of eighty milea,
ind drive It over a piece of road con-
���alnlng heavy nnd varying grade*- was
the test Hint two trucks bought by
the city from ','*���* '���-r���i-'^t-Franee
ennpnny were subjected to. They
were driven down t*. Victoria and
brnck nnd- made the trip without tho
(slightest hllch.
Winter Stops Alaskan Trads
Seattle, Sept. 29.���Transportation
business to Alaska ls In the midst
cf the annual slump which will last
until the winter trails can be travelled
to the interior; until tho winter atage
llm s have started operations over the
'dd Valdea trail" and over Lake Le-
barge and down the Ice-bound Yukon,
and the snows havc hardened enough
lo boar the dogs and sledge of the
prospeotor to new diggings. Now all
(raffle is southward, thousands of
cases of salmon, the pack of the past
summer and early fall. In addition to
the fresh halibut and salt herring, are
filling cargo space of Seattle-bound
boats from Alaska, and the hundreds'
ot laborers employed tn the many can-
aeries, and the miners and prospectors who went "Inside" In the spring
are fcomlng south. Northward to
Nome and St. Michael, winter supplies are being carried and. to southeastern and southwestern Alaska
porta light shlpmenta ot general merchandise.
literature and art upon his departure
from Avonmouth for a Canadian tour
with a company of Shakesperlan actors, organised by the governors of
the world-famous Stratford-on-Avon
memorial theatre. At ,i farewell banquet, Mr. Forbes Robertson aald his
own experience ot Canada and the
States assured him that Mr. Benson
would ttnd plenty of enthusiasm and
great kindness in his epoch-making
venture. Mr. BenBon has a powerful
company presenting sixteen Shakesperlan plays, and he opens at Montreal on October 6, and after the new
year will proceed to Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary, Edmonton and other
western cities.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G> Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented) -
BOILERS  Riveted Steel Pipes
      BURN OIL    ���
P.  O. BOX 44}
Nome. Alaska, Sept. 28.���With her
hull badly crushed by a maaatre Ice
pack which has carried her ashore,
the Seattle trading schooner Transit
Ilea on the beach near Point Barrow
a total wreck. Capt. John Backland
nf Seattle and the crew of the voaael
arrived aafely at KoUebue and are
now en route to Nome on the ateamer
Corwln. Capt. Backland reporta that
the schooners Mary Sachs, Alaaka,
North Star, Polar Bear and Belvedere
are caught In the Ice off Point Barrow
and are unable to proceed In any direction. The Mary Sacha and the
Alaaka were part of the VllhaUamar
Stefansson exploration expedition, the
Karluk being the only, vessel of the
explorers' fleet to clear Ice pack and
to reach her winter quarters ta   tlio
The Bank of Vancouver
���ranches Throwghou- th* Frovlao* ef British CelumMa.
Savings Department at all Branchee n��poetta ot One Dollar wl
upwarda received and Interest at th* htjha-at eamat nt* **M at
credited halt yearly. ,������*
Oram and Travelers' Che^uee **M, twhUMM all auii ot th*
world.   ' *(>'
. CHAB. O. FINNOCK, 0*w*r��> WaiMMr.
-*l*w  Wsstmlnstsr Drtiwh: A. wTWLACK. Manas*,
'���'TKHjtffi| FAClt K>U*
Fresh "Water and Salt
being  in   vegetables  alone  over    iil)u
The promoters of the Mission dis
trlct exhibit hop* to make it unique
with their strawberries aud tobacco
which are expected to arrive tonight,
tbe principal exhibitors being B.
Smith and ai. Osborne
the Surprise Poultry  Yards and  Messrs. Walker and Orr.
Horses and Cattle.
As regards the show ol horses and
Cattle it is believed to be the blggesl
i ver held in the province.
Allium tlie chief exhibitors In this
connection nmy  be mentioned:    Kor
Mr. Mutch, of Penticton, is Bhowlng Clydesdales, Captain Wataon, Mr. Pat
e-iubit  tf liiiii  for   thai
pa/ They Have Paid Enough for
Hero  Without  Having  to Com
pete  with   It.
Berlin. Sept. 29,���The North German Lloyd will inaugurate a passenger and freight service through Ihe
Panama canal as soon as that waterway Is opened, according to the decision reached by the full board of directors at a meeting held In Bremen
early this month.
city   council
petition was
received  from
Al tl"
,    .it   ii
i wnera or privately owned  tugs
< ii tbe river protesting against the
, i> tug Hero No. 1 competing with
llii:.i in the lowing business. There
v.uv In signatures appended to the
pi tition.
. lie protest set forth that the peti-
t i aers   strenuously   objected   to   the
doing any  towing
Liners in Collision
Hamburg.  Germany.  Sept. -!*.    The
, steamship  Graf    \\:ildorso��\    of  the
I Hamburg-American line, while ascend-
meeting    last [ing the  river  Kibe  during the  night.
collided with the sm
steamer Norge, The liner struck the
Norge a glancing blow on the starboard side, ripping hor open below
the water line. The Norge sank Immediately. There were no casualties
on  either  vessel.
Lake Charles, l.a., Sept. 29.- Klon.ls
n  southwest   l/oulslana   reached
outside  what
vas uot strictly Included In ttie city's I r|0U7 proportions 'today,    As a result
v.rk.   Objection was also made to the  Ukp n-arle8  ls ln  (larklle8B tonight
Iftro towing piles or anything ��'"at-jand wlthout 8treet car service.   Mnn
. v. r for the contractors on the harbor konge8 ,jn the lower section of the OH
wi rks as, to quote the document, "we. Iar,, Hooded and it still Is rilinlng. The
:i-i ratepayers, think that we have al- southern I'acific railroad has annulle.
iradv paid enough  for said tug wlth-|a]| trains bound for New Orleans nnd;
cut having to enter  into competition |three   branch   railroad   lines   running!
'i the same, which we    assist   to | into   this   city   suspended   operations |
keepoip.V j today.   Conservative calculations ui"
ihe   petition   was referred   to the'that unless the rain ceases with.it a
harbor committee for report. .day, not more than half a rice cropi
  will be gathered.
IN TOR WINTER       ,N All m m
.cattle    Woman    Receives    Message
That Polar Bear la Caught Near
Cannery River.
(Continued Irom page one)
Seattle,     Wash.,     Sept.     29.���Mrs.
I ouise Stone, wife of the commander
and owner of the power chooner    Po-
I..-   Hear,   received   a   cable   message
Irom Nome today saying that the ves- '
111 had been frozen  in near Klaxman,
in longitude 140 at the mouth of Tan-
i.ing river.   This means that the ship
.ci!  men  must  remain   in  the Arctic
until next summer. The vessel carried I
i   party of sportsmen and moving pic- ]
tire  men. including  Ehen  S.  Draper.'
.' -.. of  Massachusetts.    The ship left
Point Barrow hoping to reach Coronation Gulf, where the blue-eyed Kskimos
live, before being frozen in,   The Po-
lir  Bear  had  made   more  than  half
the distance Jo the  Mackenzie delta-;
before being'clutched by the Ice.
The city dredge John A. I.ee was
taken "up river yesterday on her first
voyage. She was la'er tied up at t.lie
wharf of the B. ('. Transport com-
j,:ii)y. where oil tanks will be taken
nn board and Installed, after which it
Is expected that the carpenters and
Machinists will complete their work
within the next two weeks.
Clearing Victoria Harbor.
Victoria, Sept. 29.���The displacement of nearly Too tons of rock at a
single charge, wblch was successfully
: ccomplished yesterday, constitutes
���ne of the most Important operations
carried out up to the present time in
connection with the Improvement
' *orks in the Inner harbor.
Mr. MacDonald, wlio bus charge or
the rock blasting, and a trained staff,
>"ive been working for several days
the Sonj-hees rock, drilling and
��� 'acliig the necessary explosives, and
"'ie large amount of rook removed by
'ie blast was in a large measure due
ti the care with which the different
eiiarges were placed in position.
Navigation Open Till Christrms.
Toronto. Sept. 2'.).���Toronto people
this year for llin first time in several
"ais will huve the opportunity of
travelling by boat to Niagara on the
'.ike, Queenston and Lewiston until
within a few weeks of Christmas. Local officials of the Richelieu and Ontario lines P'.ata tha; the company has
decided to give a double service
ncros.i the lake on tbe Niagara division, insti ad of discontinuing the service In tbe middle of October, tbe
custom  heretofore.
Seattle. Wash . Sept. 29,    The Tinted States marshal's office was notified
by  v.-frelesB  today   tbat   elghl   staterooms     on     the     Alaska     steamship  n Midi ring  tbat    it
Nirthwestern bad heen ransacked aft-   weeka" notice     Krom
<t  the  boat  left   Ketchikan,  Alaska,: 0. Smith is the    principal    exhibitor
end four hundred dollars stolen. When and, In fact, tbe extremely presentable
today  appearance of this stall  is almost en-
ii   s-plci; iiiii
The districts of Hammond, i li> 11 i-
wack, Kamloops imd Comox also have
lhelr produce on hand and Judging by
whut is already on view they will be
a surprising eyeopener to those who
do pot Know what niiimiiilccni pro-
dues can be grown In this country.
Individual Entries.
Many private exhibitors were early
ill place. W. E. Smith, of Hovels.one.
broughl 14 varieties of potatoes, the
principal Lelng Ktisl lltirliuiiK, Kusi
Itose, Million Dollar, l neic Sam anu
Norwegian 1 |.nZetal.er. lu varieties o( grasses In
! sheathes, eight varieties of squash
and pumpkin, three varieties ol cu-
Cumber namely the Davis Perfect, the
New Century und the Wblte Spine,
jiilsu three varieties ol  carrots, Ducli-
jess,   Bed   June   and   Winter   ilunana,
j varieties ol apples, the Italian  Prune
and Skippers  Pride plums, uud in cab-
jbage,   tne Winning    Staldt.    Chinese
[Summer,  World   Beater  und   Danish
Koundbead,    -))r. Smith ai_<> has   on j
view u  peculiar hybrid of  turnip and
cabbage called tbe Kuol Kabi, this being uu uiiuosi unique  i>i/e oi vegetable,
U.  Morley,  of  Ladner.  displays    11
11 exhibits of    grain.    Six    varieties    of
rools, honey and    eight    vuriei.es   ul
grain in Straw,
Mr. ri.ncluir is exhibiting for Central
Park  32  varieties of potatoes.
A.  Marshall, of South  Westminster, j
is showing corn, vegetables, including ]
squash,    four    varieties    of    marrow, i
three   varieties   oi   apples,   pears   and
cucumbers.    A feature of this exhibit
are beans ever 14 Inches In length.
C.  K.   Fltxgerald, <t   Ferndale, has:
.0   varieties  of   apples   Including   the
Banana apples und Transcendent crab
apple and two varieties of pears.
,um ng others may b< memtioned
Mrs. McDermott, of Kast Burnaby,
wllh apples, pears and blackberries;
J. Fox. of Ferndale, wtth 25 varieties
cf apples; Mr Knlghl with apples,
Mr. l.'oathiini with apples, L'i
varieties of pears, eight varieties of
plums. Probably the heaviest apple
in lhe fair, weighting over seven ;
( ounces, is in this exhibit.
From   Kamloops  und   Salmon   Arm
lhere  ure  also  good  private  exhibits
Of fruit.    Messrs.  Porter and Thompson, cf Cambie, Lulu island, bave also
! a line exhibit of vegetable produce
Flowers and Plants.
In the classes of flowers and plants ,
the  Imperial  nurseries  of  Kburne ex-;
htblt is Btrlklng, having over 60 varieties ol   ulants   Including  several   rare
ferns,   the   Tod. a   Kxcelsia   originally
from    New    Zealand.      the    Murantta
foliage plant, the Cldiantum Cuntaium
and Cldiantum Farlancte.
Ml .*i_rs. Brown Bros., of Vancouver
i vvill attract great attention by reason
teraon,   Shannon   Bros..   Mr. Savage,
Mr. McMillan and Mr, Qllmore, Horn j
Victoria and other places in llie province.
Of cattle there arc some extremely
hue exhibits of llulsteins by Mr. Bon-
sei. Jerseys and Qalloways by Mr,
Tuesday,   Sept.  30���Opening   Day
ii a.m.   Grounds open to the public.
10,30 a.m.���Grand auto parade from
Vancouver  hotel  lo  Central  Park
11.80 a.m. Official opening of King
way ut Central Park.
12.80 p.m.���Grand auto parade, Central Park to fair grounds.
I p.m.- Official opening of provincial exhibition by Hon. Price Kllisou.
minister Ol agriculture.
Buildings op-en to the puhllc
2,15 p.m. Vaudeville In front of ilu-
grand stand.
il p.m. -World's championship lacrosse match for Minto Cup West
minster versus Vancouver Athletic
Evening Performances
7.30  p.m.���Grand  electrical  display
8 p.m. Official opening of the third
annual New Westminster horse show-
in the Arena building
S p.m. Band concerts In industrial
and Agricultural building''
8 p.m.���Continuous performances on
Sockeye run.
�� �� *��������� a ����� tt 9 ft *�� *'i- tt tt tt tt 'it
Ottawa, Bept 19. -A formal
order In council has been passed' appointing W. a. MacDonald, K.O��� Itiissland. B.C., to the
vacancy on the supreme oourl
bench of British Columbia. Mr.
MacDonald, who was formerly
ii member ot the Manitoba i"g*
lalature tor Brandon, and for a
lime Conservative leader III the
local house, represented British
Columbia    In    the    western
freight   rates  case  hefore     the
railway commission,
���":  :":   0   tt   n":   ft   ft   tt  ft  ft  tt   tt   tt  tt   <l
Million and a Quarter Loaned by Boul-1
ton Cros. Should Be Available
j droll's day.    Here also is a large dm
ing room at which teas and hot lunches  anil
will hc served at reasonable rates by
jthe  St.   Aidan's   Presbyterian   church
.members. The Women's Institute of
Summerland, fancy work, fresh and
preserved fruits. There will be keen
competition in fancy work and all sorts
of products of household arts by the
.Women's Institute of Surrey, Central
l'urk, Chilliwack, Mission and Matsqui. Other Interesting features are
ex-hiblts of views of public and other
city buildings, freehand drawing, photographs, paintings in oils and water
colors; also samples of the work of
the Sunset  Blue Printing Co.
Dwnsta.'rs there are many and varied exhibits und among them may
be mentioned: J. H. Todd's Music
liouse. musical instruments; N. P. R.
Miat Co.; n.akman -_ Ker Milling Co.,
Kootenay Jam Co., jams and preserves: Goster Clarke's and Chivers' I cf a sbubbery of fir in which appears
table delicacies; Tetley's teas, Cad- a rockery and fountain with gold fi-ft
hury's and Fry's chocolates and co-1 disporting themselves, the whole sur-
coas; Held n McDonald, clothing tea-1 rounded by a splendid exhibit of tenia,
teres in Jaeger goods; .1. L-pckie Co.,: Keiilia palms and Salvia flowers.
Ltd., hoots and shoes; The Fair, toys Mrs. Draper, of New Westminster
and fancy goods; A. S. Mills & Co., also lias an attractive exhibit of pot
apparel: Westminster Brewery; An- ! plants, principally Fuschias. double
derson A Lusby, city, paints and
Hcrse Chow Openl-r-.
8:00- Official opening.
8:15���Runabout horse.
8:30���Saddle    horses,    15.2    h:i::<ls
high or over.
S:4.*. -Musical  ride.
9:00���Pair heavy    draught
1400 to 16UI1 pounds each
9:16���Hunters und   jumpers,
9:30���Pair   carriage    lur. en.
bands and over.
9:45���Pair livery horses,
lo.hii���Single high Btepper, ir, hands
and over.
10.16���Trotters   over   three   years
10:30���Single carriage horse, under
16.2 hands high.
Little business was transacted by
the Huniaby council lust evening, u
lull having occurred until the arrival
of the necessary collateral from
Messrs. Boulton Bros , of London, who
huve agreed to loan the municipality
the princely sum uf a million and a
quarter dollars.
Tin- money is expected to be available nny day now so that active opera
lions on municipal work is likely tn
commence before another month has
Knglneer Macpherson's
Kingsway. vvas read and
decided    to    purchase   a
yniing trees which will hi
idetiis adjoining the new
report    on
tin- council
quantity ot
sold to res-
paved highway at cost, so that a uniform variety
of trees vvill be planted along tli" routi
between Edmonds and Central Park
It was also planned lo have tlle hoiih
vards on  botb   sides of  the  paving
cleaned and gruili ii so that grass seed
may lie sown on the approach of the
spring of 191, \ddltlonal lights vvill
be strung along the route.
The Boulton Urns, agreement wns
given Its seoond reading, the third
and final argument being scheduled
for  next   Monday  evening.
Hon.   Sydney    Fisher    Nominated    by
Liberals of Chateaguay���Ottawa
Excited Over Outcome.
varnish; Denny & Boss, eity. furniture;
Lr.es, Ltd., furniture; Kelly, Douglas
Co., packers Nabob brands; Crown
Broom Works. Vancouver: products of
Hardman's Eighth Street bakery;
MacLaren's Laurentla Milk Co.. llam-:
litem; ugricultural and dairying machinery and implements: several
newspaper and publishing companies
have stalls where dally papers ean lie
Tbe Surprise poultry yard entered
aboul 120 birds. Mr. Walker Su, and
Mr. Orr .:���). Other large contributors
are Wilson brothers, of Burquitlam,
with 27 birds, and Mr. Chesterfield, of
the same place, with 20 birds. Messrs.
iE, ii. Cale, of East Burnaby; Stuart,
ni' Kburne; Lascelles, of Colllngwood,
and Ilarmer, of Mackay. have also
entered birds for competition.
The judges of stock are as follows:
Dairy cattle���J. L. Smith, of Spo-
kune. Wash.
Beer cattli- -W. P. Macdonald', of
Sheep���J. A. Turner, of Calgary.
Swine���P,  11. Moore, of Calgary.
Poultry���B. V. Kenny, of Ehigene,
Heavy horses ��� Brice Wright, of
London, Ont.
Light horses-~Dr. s. F, Tolmie. cf
Tbe judging    will    take    place   on
Tuesday    afternoon.      On    Thursday,
Friday  and  Saturday at  1   p.m.  there
' will be a stock parade.
Agricultural  Exhibits.
in   the  agricultural   building  scores
iof nu n  are  busy  getting  their Stalls
ready,    Several  of  the  outlying  districts  such   as   Mission.   Langley   and
Revelstoke, have already gbl their ex-
liihits Into    very    attractive    sbape,
Revelstoke being especially creditable
only    had    two
this district   W.
md   three
the Northwestern arrived In
l| was met In mid-harbor by a launch
containing deputy marshals, who
searched several men upon w'hom sus-
nlslon rested. The thieves took nothing but caBh, and were not run down.
'Hie ship was held In the Btresm half
and    single    Geraniums
varieties of Begonias.
The exhihi; of seeds from Henry'p
seed house, cf Vancouver, dcntalni
over ldii varieties.
Tlie exhibition grounds present a
scene of the liveliest activity. Trains
and steamers from all points ere un*
loading slock and produce as fast as
possible���there are at present fifteen
ear* cf stock to be unleaded bv the
C. P. It. The steamer Princess Roya1
arrived Sunday, the Charmer Is ex
pected today. Everything indicates
thin tiiis will he the mos! complete
und successful exhibition in the history of British Columbia. \ cinsld-
erable percentage of tlie stock has
already arrived.
Chilliwack F.ntries
From ChililWiCK the largest exhlbl
tors an- llainl'ord Brothers, with fifteen head of sheep, Lesters ami Shrop
shires, ten head of cattle of Guernsey
breed, and seventeen head of swiiie.
Poland Chinas, Turn wort lis ami Berk
shires. Also from Chllllwack C, Hawthorne has brought fourteen Horn i
horn breed sheep, ten Guernsey cattli
and eight swim;; C. T. Htgglnson, IT
South Down sheep; A. Knigli:. 10
Guernsey cattle; A. C. Hummer with
four standard  bred horses,
From Brantford, Ontario, T. A. Cox
has brought about sixty sleep, twelve
nwine of various breeds and Beven
Hackney  and   Shetland  ponies.
Salt Spring  island  is contributing
through   the   Grimmer   Brothers   nine
Hampshire sheep and ten Jersey cai
From Ladner, Messrs. Savage and
0, li, Wataon bring six ami fourteen
Clydesdales,  respeejclvt ly,
Prom iiie Colons farm comes the
famous six-horse team of Clydesdales
one backney stallion and fourteen Hoi
stein cattle.
Mr. Gordon), frnm Dewdney, lias 18
iioisK-ins. Lleut-Gov. Patterson is
showing fourteen Short. Horn beef cat
tie and   nine  Clydesdale  horses.
J. Thompson has entered fourteen
Suffolk sheep and fourteen Ayrsbln
cai tie.
O.   Miller   has   tweniv I'ivi
Ottawa. Ont.. Sept. ".'i Tlie announcement thut Hon. Sydney Plsher,
former minister of agriculture, hml
been nominated by the Liberals of
Chateauguay at today's convention
created considerable interesl in the
capital tonight. The nomination of
the ex-minister is taken here lo mean
tha' there is "going lo I.e a tight to
a finish."
Tile   contest   will   excite   even    ':i   '
interest than the bye-eleotion lu South
Renfrew whin George P. Graham wis
elected. Tliat flght v.as in a COHStil
Uency where the Liberals had a majority of only forty. Although Chit
eauguav lias always elected a Liberal,
these figures doubtless mean thai the
result is likely to i��������� doubtful until the
last  poll is heard  irom.
Peking   Dispatch   Says   Japan's' Plans
Are   All    Against   China���Gar-
risen':    Planted.
Loudon.   S' pt.   L".i     A    Peking     de
Bpatcb  in the  Dally  Telegraph  says
������Japan is preparing to make China
a battleground. Her rivalry with Hussia was not settled by the late war
No Russo-Japanese agreements whatever exlai concerning Mongolia nr cor
related territory, The Japanese policy
has been devoted "> preserving the
������ft- quo In Manchuria, thus leaving
her fn <��� to ��� tke ..;. ��� neci Bsary contor-
vaillng stepa.
* '!'ii"   Japani bk  policy    in    China,
s nieii   up.   means   the   planting  of
t:.m*i ms v> Itbout territorial le > ������ -
thereby guaranteeing tlie Integrity of
China l.y forestalling others Al Han-
kaw. 'he garrison "'��� 2,1 * l ���'.'���:: * l\ i"
retail.. -I
Indians in   Mexico Want to  Fight  a
Americans   Have   thc   Souvenir
Crate Again.
Douglas, Ar!:*.. S'*|,:. 29. Rifles ol
Americans in tin- vicinity of Cananea
Sonora. Mexico, arc being traded foi
the bows and arrows of Mayo Indians
'1'ln' Indians want rifles to tight tin
federals. Tlie Americans want tiie
bows and arrows to send or bring
lioine as souvi nl:s.
Tliis happy solution wub decided upon todav by tiie Insurgent Sonera slste
authorities is n menus of nroperiv
arming tlieir Indian allies. While tin
homes 'if Mexican residents were b��
Iin- searched for concealed arms, the
Americans wen- offered fair exchange
for their rifles. Many look ad vantage
of the barter, It v.as reported tonight.
Deti it. Midi s. pi. 29. Secretary
Houston, of tii.- United States depart
'i"*in i i agi * '.''ni", ji :", address In*
fun- tbe American rends congress
here loday expressed tlie Interest of
Hie led. ral government    with    refer
.���nee to road building, lie urged good
roads rm' Hie firmer in preference tc
great transcontinental   highways   for
I automoblllsts, bul Bald he did nm un-
der   estimate   the   valuable   sen ic-
: rendered by automobllists for loud
$30  EACH
sn hour during the
rests were mude.
Vessel Movements.
l_os Angeles. Cal., Sent. 29. -Vr-
���*'ved: Robert Dollar. (British), Chi-
��� "Be and Japanese ports; Northland
"on---nke. Rose City, Portland. Gray'l
liarbcr, WIllupu Harbor,
tlrely duo to this enterprising gentleman.    At least sn per cent, of the exhibit   is  from  bis own  produce.    The
remainder is    divided    amongst Mrs.
Cousier, with  Maynard, Washlnigton.
and Pond's Sudling plums and black-'jerseys here,
search.    No ar- berries; (ieorge   l.aforme,   with    red j    From  the  Willowmoor  farm    nine
[cabbage  and  white    skollop.    golden   teen head of cattle are expected,
skollop squash and sugar beet;   I). R.       Mr. Mortson.  from Alberta, baa en
Campbell,    with    carrots   and    sugar  tered   seven  Bheep,  twoiilv-i-vo swine
beet; Wab Chung, wiih red and white  of  Poland  China.    Tamworth.     ynrk
cabbage;   II.  It. smythe, with apples shire and Berkshire breeds and elgh-
B. Hume, with red und   teen head of rattle,
and J.  II. McCormick,      Roland Ness is showing lweniv.lv -
Pdmonds, Sept. 29 Creating a disturbance in Burnaby while under thi
Influence or liquor comes high to Hindus, as Unin umi Ishur, two members
j of the Singh family, found mil to their
regret tills morning. Both were slid
to have had a high old tlm". creating
a scene which Constable Senior, Hi"
lone'patrolman in the Barnel disirict.
frowned upon.
A ith-.ugh   il   can  i-  supposed   thai
'these iwo dusky natives of poppyiand
"in- acnualnted whli tiie fact that
line uniforms and silver buttons of
iiie pattern worn in the Bumaby police, mean' danger thev failed to lice,I
the wnrnlng, with the result that
Magistrate  Beatty  felt   compelled  to
fir't mi "  $.'!(! court plaster .'iml costs.
Both   paid.
Calumet Strikers May No* Picket and
Militia Ordered Out Arain
*hn Werl. Endinc C*'n.lav. Oct. 5.
")gb. Low.
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Sand Head'
iv ������
II i",
IS: .n
" 111
I ��� I',
'���  10
ifl 15
111 r,
f 1   IB
II ' -
-.' *���!_
a 140
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lfi    lis   *���'.!
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19:18 11.9 T
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19:47 11.2 15:
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cattle, and Mr. Tees sixteen Galloway
cuttle and twi niy Yorkshire pigs.
From    Langley    McClughan    b-o��
have brought  fourteen  Orfnrd Down
Langley  also has a  very  line exhibit
of fruit.
The  Richmond
especinii" notable
mostly raised Ly
whose   squashes
��� .*, j pounds each.
t'J    Tho  Salmon   Arm  district  aleo    ls
j'j Ijc'.tlng  Up  a  splendid   exhibit,  there
I.n I
Calumet, Mloh., Sepi. 29.���-Clrouli
Judge O'Brien dissolved ihe tempor
ary Injunction todav against picketing
and parading by copper mine strikers
and General Abbey, of tin- stati
troops, and Sheriff Cruse made pre
paratlons tonight to handle expected
activities of the striker tomorn *.*.
morning. Picketing was resumed
generally throughout the district tu-
nighl. Noisy demonstrnl
I brut um of their Injunc
were held by the BtMlter
weenaw county mines.
Thu Ahmcek  Mining comoon "'
be the first of t'i" Cfllume!   -nd  I'* ���
from ciovcrdah* thirteen Clydesdole". -subsidiary companies to   use   strike
on  Fridnv  night the list of stoett '"'eakers.   A trainload arrived tonight.
disirict  exhibit    is-showed   ir.7 sheep.  181    cittle.    140 Another  pnrty of strikebreakers  baa
for iis vegetables, horses and 138 swine, b��l these num- been added lo the force already on
H. I.nhm,    two    of I hers lire  bv  ro  moans final. '"""' ���',l tlle Qttlnoy mine and prepara
weigh   over     2001    In  the poultry  building about    R00 "ons ore being made for others.
birds will be exhibited, of which the! According to output figures todty.
greater number are alreadv here, Tho little increase |n production v,-as
principal  exhibitors  In   this  lino  are shown over that of a week ago.
Hyslop Crab
and plums
white eulil
witli apples und plums
District  Exhibits.
The Langley district   exhibit    has
over 100 varieties of apples, 00 varle
tics of potatoes, llm of grasses, 4n (Jr,sheep and nineteen Yorkshire swine
mots.   100   (.f   vein tiildes.   240  jars  of !     J.   I).   Karrell   from   Seattle bus
preserves    and jellies.    Among    the sent four hackney horses,
.,.,   vegetables  are notable  four si-nusho*. ;     From  Kburne Thomas  Lalng h-'ngi
4^0 |welghlng over nu pounda;apiece, and|slx Clydesdale horses and J, McCul
f;.r preserving.
Cud Cranberrii
ns in cele
ni    vice
nt  the  K
Lamiiard Plums
Per basket ..
Pur crate
Italian Prunes
Per  basket   ..
Per crato ....
4 lbs.
s. per Ib.
two watermelons over 60 pounds ench. jloeli nine perclierons.
j   The principal exhibitor of this district !    Mr. McOregor from l!*"-'inbv hi-'
5*3 I It* K. Mclvor.    The Indian reserve atlbacknevs enf��red   nnd Sh
ber orders,
Store will be
i.pploa ...
iy I .:��� yuur
, ,,B Ihs. 25D
lr.: c.f 0 tn
nl Tuesday after-
Dean's Grocery
Burr Clock.
Phone 380.
Columbia Street
lEEHaif K1EEEP J1.
ma\m^*Vh0*wiLmW, ,.��j. rfil i
Havo you seen the exhibit of Leckle Shoes, Hi and
low cuts at tlie fair Happy feet if you come down
to the Depot, (541 Front Slreet, and fix up with a pair.
Free ! Free ! Free !
We have received JtiilO worth of Packard's famous Shoe Polish for
distribution ut oui discretion, Now llsteni Huy one doyen shoe
laces at ID cents, or shoes or slippers mil the polish will be handed
to you Or cut out this ud., hand It lo us, uud we will give ;ou
u 26 cent bottle of polish in exchunge for .it.
Ladies attention! Itubber Koothohls, all sizes, 75c value
Ladles, ilu Hyan Hoot, vici kid II wn, stub toe, f.l r,n value
Mind tiie baby, black and ton B8c slippers. 9ft value, pal
Youths Hoots for school wear, tlies 11, 1- l-_, values |1
Kor men.   The Harry Hoot, mnde In I' SA . 1*8,80 value.
ad. und gi t  any  size for	
Tlie Young man. Ames llnhi'ii snappy dress hoot. $4,60, pi
The \Vc<   Kid, strung box kip limits, with kickers, -t  to 6,
Hoys' school boots, strong and durable, sites 1 to a 	
Travellers' samples for men. jr.no to tT.OO values. Your p
Kor the solid milli. tbe K Boot, world famous,    Sole agents
Men givi ear, Bulldog Rubbers, $1.26 value per pair ..
Men. tin Hyan Boot, strong and durable, 16.60 value fur
Por boya and girls. 600 pairs box kip boots, sizes 7. K. 9, li
siati'- Hunts. K.w . black and tan, any pair in thi store f��
Value to $7 in. but hand ua this ad to show that It bum
(lum HniiiB for Men, knee length, any size 	
for ,.2?e
r .... 55C
60, per pair
Presenl tbls
85 C
��� 53.95
fnr llie I Ity
ght ynu
Ticket Sale Opened for the
Provincial Exhibition
Queen's Park, Sept. :.0, Oct. 1, 2,:., and 4,1913.
Membership ticket��, adults, $.: children, fl.   On sale at 'h ��� manager's niiice. industrial building, Queen's l'ark. Ityall's l'rug Slur.-. T.
A. .Mulr ft Co.; 11 .*��� Curtis fn. navies' Drag Btore, J  ���'���. riamon, t'o-
iiimi.i.i Street; C. A   Welsh, M M. Copeland, Eighth Stre t: K. T. Hill.
Columbia Street;  W   K Hoggs, \v  a. Dasbwood Jonea, tl A. Bourne.
Bank of Commerce, Nels Nelson. I.. A. Lewis. A. .1. Levy, I'ress Agent.
Automobile ticketa, with chauffeur, for lhe week, i'i
t-xpreis and dray wagons, with driver, lor the week. $1
Horse Show   tickets, boxes of four Beats, for the week. S10.    !("-
si rved seats, 60 cents
Beal plan con in* seen and tickets obtained at ii   Tidy's ')������
C.   A.   WELSH.   Presidint D.  E.  MACKENIE.
Manager and Sctr��t,iry.
Is extended to YOU to make use of our
in the Industrial Building at the Fair. We are located
on the ground floor.
Call and see us, get a useful souvenir (these will
not be given to children) and rest awhile.
The Big Furniture Store.
One Elcck Abcve the Post Office, Corner 8lx��h and Carnarvon Streets,
New  Westminster.
Hotel Dunsmuir
Now Fully Licensed. Alterations completed and
BAR and ground floor SITTING ROOM now open.
Only hest brands Wines, Liquors ar.d Cigars stocked. .Comfortable, well-furnished vooms, each with
Telephone and hot and cold running water. .
Call and see artistic new fittings and fixtures all
made and installed by New Westminster firms.
News9 Sport Page That Everybody Reads
LACROSSE   :���:   CRICKET   ...   BASEBALL   ;-:   BOXING       |
������:. ��������
inner liirfurd kio*h: 'I nm
well HttliHlled wltli the biincli
and    leel    cuntldent    thm   the
Minto cup win stay In New
'Vi-'biiiiiiiHU'i* mother year. The
players are In tba besl ol shape
uud are nol under estimating
the sin ngth or the Vanoouver
��= O o -:; tt to tt
ir il
'ihe rami
lacrosse, ���
p.n;.  this
ill   be
nottS  old   Mlhto  cup,   repre-
scntim ih- world b champloimliip    in
ul   Stake  lit   Queens '���
ernooo when the equally
famous Balmon Bellies will la- culled:
upon to defend It from the vancou-;
ver Atiu tni;. on,- ,.r the newest and i
perhaps ihe youngeal team thut ban1
i ver attempted    to take    what    New
Westminster oltlteni huve bean proud
of lor ii.iiiiv .vears, that same old
Minto mug.
Until learns have Completed trulniiir
und  during  Hie psat two days   'le
wean ra ol  the ri d ami   blue   have
been resting up in preparation for a!
contest which ihe average dopeater is
nl   a   Inn*  lo   figure  out.
Taking *i o same stand as that of n
Oghl lae generally staking his mouej I. , *.
���-, a scrapper who has wnn a decision '.-
-i.e lo r. llie lie i ... ���. fans are ;,
i ..i in ith Iheir loose change In
battle, remembering the
tirir:;. i. mh., which the Royals hu*:
handed them in Vancouvi r Bonn
month i i.,i when tin* v. a. c
a scon ,' ir. in 7
i lial 'I -1 iit is r.tiii sticking in t'i.���
I.'in., :: ihe Salmon Bellies and until
this afternoon they bave been nnabl
to gel a chance to retrieve their loss
lie    rails  Hint   th
Manager "llec" Fowler saya:
"Look iur a surprise in today's
���gams.   Ail ibis dope ihat tba
V. A. ('.    ate    uut    worthy    to
oballange r<ir tin- world'a professional lacrosse cluuuplon-
ablp i'i likely tn gel a setback
if iiie showing 11 out' boya
made during tbe past few
v,ii ;,s in any criterion. Today's
bull"  should  be   n    lust    und
dean game,"
Ni w    York,    Sept.    29.���Jim
Thorpe, tbs sensation at tbe
Olympic games at Stockholm
last summer, broke into the
limelight ihis afternoon in
baseball, playing his lirst full
game us   a   member   rf   the
(limits. Thorpe mude (tood
both ul   batting   und    '' lldlng,
slamming out u home run into
iiie centre held bleachers and
also mude u single, and wa.-i
right  there Ifl tlie Held, pulling
down several riics.
���if -,'r-
i-tOI -if ti 'if i't -.'��� ���::���
Natioanl   Leaeue   Sti'l   Driving   Ths.-n
in  Catkcts  of  La.rocse���More
Rov/t Reported in East.
Seattle,     Wash.,    Sept.     29.    l'lk"-
Westlaks square wus a centre or interesl tonight, the sidewalks being
crowded   wltli   people   brought  out  by
the announcement that tbe Soclalltta
WOUld hold street meetings as a
rurther defiance of Judge Humphries,
No  attempt  to  speak  on  the  Square
was   made,   however     .Meetings   wire
held  elsewhere on  unforbidden cor-
i r
ran up
are not going back, That word veteran - lusl about hits the mark.
Old War Horses All.
iii* are players do ths Westmlnstel loam today who In lacrusvi compart with the Mathewson und tbe
Wagm iif baseball, Take Q�� rge
Ri note for instance'. Qoofge, in be
sure, la nol so speedy as he used to
I"*, ie:' ror Stick handling tin- crafty
skipper of tiie red shirts is without a
pier in tho lund. His brother Tom
ranks In the sume class, while we
lur..* the springs, th" Turbulls, tha
Hiffords, Punk Wintemute, Eatl
i''' ���. Johnny Howard, Buck Mar*;
(ball and Bun Clark.
* he series of this week may lie tin*
lust   for several of the slurs.   Ilav ag
played ths game tor yeara lhey f ���
that  Father Time Is   creeping   near
them and realize tlmt the time is not :
far ii.-'iu:'  whim they will give way.
tn v- unger Salmon Bellies,
Bul lhat does not alter the facl thai
tin- Royals of today ure in fun  shape
.Nit   bv   ,:   Jugful
-Manaoer"  Giftord   No"-.
This n tin- lirst year in yeara thai
'I* mmy Gifford hus missed being n li
< d up in a Minto cup tray, but todaj
we find Tom Olfford as .Manager Hi'
ford and as this it can be expected
thai ti'" orally "Sharkey" vvill I
Ins mettle working hla doteu t.i theii
1 mlt,
rills in:   i noon's  game  starts  at     3
o'olock sharp, hi professional contests lb- scheduled tini" la tile real
time. Mr, I*au and Mrs PVui do not
gel around before n o'clock thi > are
buhl" to miss part of the game, perhaps lhe tm sl Interesting part.
No Qiilbblinn.
This year there has been no uuii'
li'mg about a referee. Alderman Kred
Lynch, to tKo spoiling tana Fred
Lynch, mis tba unanimous choice or
b '���. olubs, i*o whal be Bays ibis
aftornoon gees.
The official   line-up  given    OUl     by
Manager Olfford is as follows:
Goal, Bun Clark: point. Johnny
Howard; cover point, Huck Marshall;
defence held Tom Rennle, Qeotjo
Rennle, Uughle Olfford; centre, i'at
Peeney; home Held, Hill Turnbull.
Clifford Spring. Punk Wintemute, i.en
Turnbull. liiuiiipy aiirlng.
gardlng   the   handwriting
tiie wall wblch  broughl  ruin  to
Britlab Columbia l^acrosse league during tli" past summer und nearly cata-
��� ii iii" upsetting o( tin- Big Pour, th"
National Lacrosse union aro still
ghtlng tbelr battles In tl ommlttee
room Instead of on tli" Beld an ither
���i, x-ii'i at M< ntreal on Saturda 11 lm
"���* unted :��� * another nail In tb ��� coffin
nf la( n ������
urflay   *.��� sk   I lorn wall  .ini   Montr
A. A. A., pli y'ng for the championship
i.t :ii" league, quit cold after the scion, l quarter, tlie wing wheelera claim-
Ini   thai  Cornwall were playing men
iv."  I ��� ���'. I'  mixed up wi'ii the Hlg
Four ti ims during Die paal aummer
Ii was up to Prealdent Jimmy Mar-
phj to solve the difficulty, tli s otil-
i ial i rdi i * the remaining forty mln-
���i.s iii bi played in .Montreal last
Althougb the M. A. \. A. claim they
did not have time to field n team, the
Cornwall players wire out on the
grounds and scored live goals against
DO opposition, with the result that tliey
claim the title of champions of the
X I. 0 . the same title on which lhey
Ibusni tbelr claims of challenging for
'the .Minto cup last rail.
, HI"""' *��.    "imiU    llr.    iKty    BUllllUtl.        l'er-   I
\ sonally be would not take the respon- <
aiblllty  or going  into  thiB trial  with
*a'/    *��  the  difficult*  of   regulating  mid   tak-
tm.    n.mn    -f   IU,.   ,..��...!_.-      ...Ull-.    ., -_	
ance. owing to prisoner's means not
���Allowing hlm to employ detectives or
others. Mr. Johns'ou and bimcell
worked as counsel nnd solicitor.
There was a stranger here, a friend
of Mr. Dean's, but he wus nol lu u position to give them nny assistance In
regard lo clri iiiustances like tie; ���
They wanted to employ proper people
to inuiic proper Inquiries In regard to
these men and to ascertain how mucb
gold. If there vvas liny gold, wus displayed 111 the bar loom of the suli.cn
und matters of thut kind They wer
helpless and not In u position t i orotl
examine ihese men.   it might be absolutely fictitious and false evidence
Hi- usked they be' given this wt i k t
meet Die new situation.
The Court    Is there any Iuw to pre
vent   the  crown  calling  wlluisues  ut
uny time?
Sir Charles- No law. but It wus the
rule that witnesses, not on the buck
of the indictment should not be called
until full Information had been given
to the defence. If they were called it
was a matter of comment to the Jury
by the judge.
Not to  Be  Called  Early.
The Court -These witnesses will uot
be called very early in the case���not
for some time.
After they have been in the box they
might be ordered to stand down and
counsel might he allowed to cross examine them later on.
Sir Charles then appealed for two
days, today and tomorrow, for the de
. fence to hold their inquiry. The point
. was the identification of Dean and as
!hls lordship knew that evidence would
j be short and F.harp and if the witnesses were not shaken the consequences would he very serious.    Per
Stock Co'y
Present   a   Wonderful iita-
ir.atio  I'li'.y Entitled,
"The Cowboy
from the West"
The third act in this play lias
a greater climax even than
that of "The Lion and the
Mouse." .
Thursday,   Friday,   Suturday,
Blnfhampton Coroner Not  Res
P.e-.cr: cn Tire In Which 32 Lives
Were Lest.
i't I
llinglinmton, N. V., Sept. *."'
cause bus not been determined," Is
tlie opinion of Coroner Ralph H-. Seymour, regarding the Bingbamton
Clothing company's fire, which result*.
ed il Uie loss of 'i'i lives on July 'i'i.
The verdict Bled this afternoon, eiteu
several instances, however, whicli appear lo the coroner to be unusual.
"Th- building was 2d years old," lie
said, "the interior vvas of soft wood,
the Material manufactured therein
was of highly inflammable composition, an old wooden stairway was In
use and above the first floor but one
stairway   ceminunicuted   with   tie.
malnder ot the building."
Timothy L. Woodruff   of    New
S'.ri-ken with Paralysis
v."*.* York, Sept. 29.���Timothy i..
Woodruff, former lieutenant governor
Of Nl .v Villi-:, was -stricken tonight ill
Carnegie bail Just aa be concluded an
address at lbe fusion notification
meeting, Physicians wlio attended
Mr. Woodruff announced that he suffered a stroke of paralysis and said
his condition vvas serious.
As lie  was speaking.  Mr.  Woodrufl
Ing care of the Inquiry, while the casi
I was on trial.
Called at Close.
.Vr. .Macneil-The witnesses referred
to  will  not be called until the close
jof the ease.    I will go further and say
I these witnesses will be produced for
my learned  friend to examine in private at any time.    He w'H have 'ull
.opportunity    of    learning  what   they
have to say.   1 must oppose the application.
Sir Charles���If my learned friend
will follow up the spirit of his offer it
will be satisractory. Produce the witnesses today and we will go on tomorrow.   Che us today.
The Court���The court will adjourn |
at a iiuarter to five o'clock at any rute.
Sir  Charles���There     is    a    b":ivy
amount Of material to examine.    I do *
not see the great urgency pressing to
go on today.
Adjournment  Unnecessary.
9 court considered that the guar-
antee of the crown and the protection
of tiie court would render an ndiourn-
:it unnecessary.    Besides, said  his
I have to consider th" posi-
. llie court in co far es this assize is concerned.   The court would be
j doing  nothing all  day.
1    Sir Cba-les submitted that the '"ijus-
York 1 "ce lo prisoner was a greater consld-
; eretion.
Big The court, however, decided the de
fence   had   ample   protection   and   refused the application.
Duritie the afternoon Juryman Good-
murphy was questioned as to what he
had said regarding another ease, hut
the maiier was later dropped.
The court adjourned until 10:80 today.
The estimate that the ease will las'
the week is not considered over the
As lie  was speaking.  Mr.  Woodrull        .                         m*l
ii.n "-,  to John   Purroy  Mltehel, thel   A  a. 4.1__- * I '\m,an4*-*maa
fualonlst    candidate   for mayor,   ;mdj./Vt.  XflC    X IlC3.trcS.
complained of a pain In his kr.ee.   lie I *^n^^~^n^^^^^^^~-^n. . i
continued  Ins  address, however,  '���''':C0WB0Y prom THE WEST
ued  his address, however,  i"�� :C0WB0Y PR0M THE WEc,T
concluded he reeled ami would ._ THE royal t1-"
Jock Bruce Reported by Tim Mahony
and Player Censured at Meeting
Last Night.
That the soccer men will not stand
for any semblance of rough play In
city league guiues was made apparent
last evening at tlle league meeting
wll.n Jock Bruce, of the Hovers, came
under severe censure for his performance agalnsl the Hankers on Saturday afternoon, Bruce, who made his
llrsl appearance of the Beason, was
reported by Kefereo Mahony for having been warned on two occasions for
rough play and also alleged to have
used  Insulting language.
The secretary of tho Mainland Football association was present at the
meeting, explaining the objects o the
, rganlsatlon, after which lho local
league decided to affiliate.
Thp claimant of the bantam weight
Championship of the Northwest, who
is a visitor in the city looking for material to stack up aga''ii'.t for the benefit or the fight fans of the lower mainland, Jackson is a Montana Cuban,
of stocky build and has a record which
few flgiiterB in this section or the
country can lay clnim to, During the
pas' year when he has been sojourn-
liri In Saskatoon he has met the best
in the middle west, and recently outpointed Kid Huynes. champion of
Canada, nt lis pounds In a scrap on
Labor dnv 'n the prairie city.
I    Jackson  paid  a visit  to The  News
last evening nnd proteased his desire
to have a bout staged in the vicinity
or Vr* Westminster with any person
nf h". weight, who Is lioldlnH forDi in
Ub- province nr In Wssh'-gton etnte.
I* ��� enmmenerd his tlghttne   career
lln I9ni* around Providence, Hh-de Isl-
nml   hit'--  moving west  to  Ohio  nnd
during  191-   met   the  hest   In     Mon
Negotiations wer�� started ls��t evening to Inve a bout Staged either nt
Kraser Mills or Edmonds, of which
more will be known towards the end
of the week. Jackson ls necompanled
by l"llv Stickler, a promlslna younir-
i>ter. who l�� looking for a scrap and
will nrobably be maMied In a bout nt
(ha Hnstlnt-TB A. 0.. Vancouver, within
the next two weeks.
,'i llli.iued
us li.
have fallen had uot Mr. Mltehel and
others on the platform supported blm.
vir.   Woodrull  was  carried   to  an
nn.i u,oui where he was attended bT (and iMtnlgM"they" pro"ved"t
two physicians.    Later he was return  jas nnlcll at ���o)lH,    in    -The
ni lo ins apartments in an uptown I,_ u_ ,,. ���
hotel, accompanied by Mrs. Woodruff
wbo bad attended the meeting with
hlm. .
iContlnuetl trom race One i
It seehis there is no end to the ver
gatillty of the Hoyal stock conriv
Cow') -v
from the West" as in anv of their
former excellent plays. Mr. Royal as
the cowboy, Miss Elliott r.s t'u
broker's daughter nnd the rert of the
entire cast were excellent and the
great climax In the third uct fairly
raised the audience in their seats.
"Trilby.'' tlle great hypnotic ol'iv.
vvill be presented on Thursday aud the
balance of the week.
Two Miles �� Mlritte.
Phnims. Frnnce   Sent. 29.���Maurice
Prevost won for France today th" International     aeroplane   cup.     Only
,    ,,   i ,��� ������i,,*,,,. | France and Belgium were competing.
kgue decided to jwiuaw.   . ,    fl       m28 mlleg  ln  tho record
Two changes were made In _h   line- > _ft <B 3_5 8eco���dg>
���p for Wednesday's game Mg���� ^-|over two miles a minute.
.iiiltinin, Caydalen and Dlbbs bedng un- o>er      __ __
able U. get away from work for    he ,
event,    In  lhelr places two of    the,���
Hovers team were Included, Oarindult | ���
nnd Melklejohn. , U>
Harry  Tidy  and  11.  Whlllicr were',.,
added Io the "Bt of available referees. :;::
# ii* ����� �� # ii if # Of * * 0
ii ��
Joo Lally Modala. 1
The ,loe*Lally medals, 0��e��dIto the ;;
school  lacroeao league champlonahlp
of the cltv, will be Hwarded to the boys
fro n the lolm Hobson school at one ���
of Se sessions of the horse show��� thta
week   On Friday afternoon the cham- ;
pinna will  play �� pteW ��m from ~
ho rost of the schools, the R. A. ft I. f
society having provided suitable prises I ���>
Washington, Sept. 29���Walter Johnson, the big smoke of
the American league, added the
thirty-sixth victory to his season's string here today by defeating tbe champion Athletics
1 to 0.
Johnson Just toyed with the
Philadelphia youngaters and
never exerted hlmaelf except
when men wero on baaea.
Hrentinii, South rond, Burqultlam, was
to aay that early one morning, a few
davs "after the burglary, in the Rainier saloon In Vancouver be saw Dian
with n large amount of gold money In
hls possession.
The other man, A. S. Avmltflgo, Irom
Qilley station, on the B, C. B. It. Due.,
vvas io fny that he saw Dean w tli :: |
man   named   Davis,  round   the  Hunk ,
of Montreal on the night Immediately
preceding   Die   robbery,   nnd   u'so   In
the neighborhood n man who looked
remarkably  like I'owell.
Not Aware of Them.
The defence was not aware of either of these men in July last, nor until Saturday last.
Mr. Davis. K. C���Wo were only
aware of it ourselves two daya before
1 wrote the letter.
Sir Charles���My point Is this: The
point. Involved Ib largely ono of '"lci-
tlflcatlon. It Ib absolutely impossible
to elucldnte the truth, and properly
examine these two men when Ihey
come fo testify unless we know something about them nnd thc time Is too
short. It la absolutely tssential we
get an opportunity to find out so-iv-
thlng about them and get pome ''ne
unon which we can test the aecuracv
of their evidence, otherwise we nre
absolutely et. the mercy of .vHnesoes
who possibly are not credible wit-
��piri"i. and we nre absolutely helpless In exposing any falsehood If there
Is any falsehood. Under the elrcnm-
atances we arl; for a reasonable tlm" j
to "ud out whit we con.
The Court���Tho crown does not buy
hnv soon they propose to call theso
i witnesses.
Sir Charles replied that they   hnd
Entire Change of Program Daily.
Program Today.
A  drama  featuring  M.tsB  Mary
Complete In two partB.
VITAGRAPH���Leo     Delaney
and  Rose Tapley    tn    "Better
Days." A drama well worth seeing.
f not merely to follow tho evidence, but
follow up these various clues and a
lo go to the winners.
!#  *����������**###  tt   ##���#���*���*���
few hours were .insufficient
Limited Meana,
Thev had no men to assist them and .
the prisoner, of eourae*. was not free. ' n   *-w   p_-��DTJl?TT   If..,..,
They were practically without assist-  ��*��� ����� vUIUHYl 1, manager.
Rcoms -rd Rowling Alleys.
Cor. Church and Columbia.
six Standard Continuous
Regulation Alleys. First-
class reading and committee
Three English Billiard
Tables, seven Pool Tables,
best lighting and ventilation
of any Pool room on Pacific
'PHONE 1068
We   Will   Hold   Your   Seats
Until  Shew   Time.
Tickets Everywhere
J. J. JONES,  Managing  Director.
Columbia Street, New Wettmintter. B.C.
AjtenUi fur P   FV Brown, Flops A Mtonaulay. IML, 0#*rt��-r     lJ-.-i.tvuy ami
Bteam hip Amenta, of Vanoouver, li. C
That You Should Know of
This Remarkable Offer
With every purchase amounting to $2.00
made at this store during Fair Week and until
January 31st, 1914, you will be given one
chance to win a 1914 Five Passenger Touring:
Reid & McDonald
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| Classified Advertising
unts of the apartment limine. The burg-
lars were Been standing In hallways
and leaving apartments, but when encountered tiu-y   pattered   Innocently
aboul the "absence of tbe oblectS   Ot
their  culls"  and   moved   away.
.c.iv.-d (or Tin-  V-���� at   Hie mllnw-
iiii, ptoees:   K,
lii'S    lioliiuib'u
T Hill's dn.g store,
street; A. Spricu,
l.ulu Island.
ta a * * *
-trtfl.b ���
nniahcd, und large cldarcd lot, Edmonds, i lear deed. Cheap tor
cash. Apply owner, Oecrge Warne,
Eighteenth avenue, Edmonds, i-itdi
tta) . te )>,r
.a,, nili; MW)
iiuif-d ��111 in
<.i.b cent   per vnird   par
word  per week;   16c per
vmrdu, to be used as re-
vear  frnm   dale ot
roomed modern house wltb furnace,
Ne 712 Blxtb stm t. also double
con er, corner Sixth and Hamilton.
M i |j icso Eton street Phone High
land 1280 1.. (2128)
hdiiwuvork. Apply Japanese mission,
...ipiK-rtou. t-i4*11
11ANTK1)-A l-'UUN'lSlll-.n HOOM IN
���x private liouse; state terms, etc.
Bo* _:150 News office. (21oU) |
maid {Kngiish I desires situation Ln
Mew Wesiminster or vicinity. Ten-
uaiit, 201 Hlnton Place, New Westminster. (2133)
��� ers" supplier Oriental Contracting
���Company, il" Westminster Trust
baiUinK. (2120)
at over. Apply toot ot Eighth stre,:
Wsnsh, lltaener .v Dailey.     t
lure in large or small quantities tor
*pot cash. Will give full value or
��ill sell your household goods and
effects by auction. Will guarantee
to realize value or no commission
charged. H. J. Russell, Westminster
Auction House, King's hotel block.
COtumDla slreet.        (1981)
Ut minle atreet. t-l.tii
derslgned on hohalt of the r 'ee v r
appointed by the trustee of the d ���
benture holders of the Wt si rn
Paper Mills. Limited, hereby give
notlre thai tenders will be received
np to and Including the 16th day if
October, 1918, fur tin: purchase < f
the said company's premises, planl
and undertaking, consisting ol s
fully equipped paper mill In running
order, opi rating an si Inch four
cylinder machine, situatnl on the
line of the Great Northern Railway,
n ar Vanoouver, B.C. The mill lias ,*.,���;,
b"on 'n epenibn foartoon mcn'.hs i...
making beard, shoa'Uing nnd wrap felt
ping papers. The highest or anv
tender not necessarily accepted.
For further particulars and conditions or sale apply to .lames K.
Garvin, care liritish American Trust
Co., Ltd., 198 Hastings street v;rst.
Vancouver, B.C, (2081)
Two    Italiano   at    Toronto    Disagree
Over Price of Gift ���One Will
Toronto,   Sept.   :..   Following     ��i
quarrel over two dollara ai the Italian  colony at   Mlmlco railway  yards
John   tiiliuiilro   (.lohn  liiovani'.i  t;.tl-;
ardo)   received   suoh     serious   stab
wounds    that   be will die,    Amelllo
Fuecoo (Emilia Fuecco) was arrested
a short time later by County Constable Qeorge Simpson, and is held on
a charge or wounding   with    Intent..
Fueco made three desperate attempts
to escape from custody,    At   Grace
hospital early this morning only  tin-
faintest hope was held out for Unlar-]
do's   recovery,   In   an   ante-mortem
statement Qalardo accuses Fueoo    of
Inflicting 'he wounds.
The sni'H's told by Galardo and witnesses of the stabbing affray conflict.
It   appears   ti.nl   tlie     whole     trouble
arose  over   th;'   failure  or  durable   to
purchase flowers for a nurse at    a
local hospital  with  ?-  given  hlin  forj
purpose by Fueco.   Both men had j
i  ;. :,. nts  al   I ie  institution  and
grateful   for  the  kind   treatment
accorded tiiem by the attending nurse.
Crew of Americana Reach Land After
Tixteen Dayo in O-iin Doatr.
On tli" rugged coaat of the Isolated
and uninhabited Jervls Island, in the
South Seas, the American schooner
Americana, the fate < f which has l.m:
been pint/ling the minds of shlppln;
men "ti this ooast, i:i now tasi break-
Ing up under the sev i" battery ol
'.he stormy seas that  prevail In the '
'���uihu'ii Pacific The mystery eon
earning the .morloana was cleared up
wheu a brief telegraphic dlsosteh wai
it ������������ ii from Sydney, ^nstrel'a, stal
Ing that the members of the crew had i
' '"ciieii Samoa nfter making the perilous passage ot Men milrs in I Sti
from the scene of the wr-*��ck In sl*
tet". di\s. Awful prlvat'onn were
suffered hv the crew, and bv ih" time
ihey arrived at Sauna ih-v  were in
i state ol collapse, Over six months
ago the \ in ��� ricana lefl Antorln f ir
Sydney.   N.S.W.,  nud   she    ha��    Ion"
ince beon posted as missing al
Over a Co;tn People    at    Berlin    In-
Lci'd Corner Stone,
a.  Bept.  Sfti   Saturday
volved in Discuotinij Acts���Prcm-
Incnt Citlitnc Involved.
Bi iiii!. Bept, :: I, A doien or n: ri
sudden de iths . r promlneni ell tisane
of Breslsu in the lasl lew daya have
led to the discovery Hint al least
i ighi or tii lae persons killed them
.lives io avoid disclosures affecting
their prlvato lives. Thry were involved In :: common scandal.
Fourteen  arreata hue boen made,
and lhe citv is Stirred by the revelations. ,\ number of doctors snd dentists, ������ wholesale baker, a swimming
teacher and a retired police official
in-'  aniitig  those  neciiseil,  and     who
��� ither have committed suicide or have
b i taken into custody.
Seventy rive   girls,   some   or     them
under   14.   figure   In   the  ease,   anil   It
Is alii sed by ih<- police that the parents iii a number or the girls encouraged the festivities, which took plaoe
nightly In certain private residences.
The scandal was mainly centred dn
the suburb of Ohlan, wbere the pollc
scrip! terrier, known and loved by ��H
the human darellots  who have  fro- j
qutnted iin- aheap lodging houses ��>i t
.si rtn    *.'.:i;i:     Ini I   In   the   l't��l    til*
������Hero lies Bnt wball,   the   hobos
friend May he test In pagOO " was i
.crawlul on lhe lioine-mail.- OOffln In j
.he   express   wagon,   and   painted   08 I
the smooth side or tbe wooden slab |
thai  was driven Into the ground at
lhe grave's head.
Guilty of Fraud.
Saskatoon,  Sept.   ill-Frank  T.   Irvine of Sutherland was oonvloted   in
the supreme court of obtaining money j
under false pretenses ln   connection ]
��ith a real estate deal.    Testimony
i-r wltnes*ea for the defense wenl to
how ilmi In January, 1912, Irvine llst-
. ii   wiiii   Charli s Caldwell, a realty
dealer, certain lots, ami thai a customer  was  found,  and  It  was  later
learned thai the property was not  lu
Irvine's name,
the Hon. II. )���:. Young, minister _,:l wtnt] of it a fe wdaya ago,   Four
made and a lirge
were seised at an
IrUgglSt,     Nllllief.
hive since been ef
miles out, less than :>ii minutes' rids
on 11. ('. Klectric frnm New Westminster; soil excellent., bottom or
upland as desired; tram frontage
$ir>n aa cere and remainder just
back or frontage lots $100 and $125.
Terms quarter cash, twn years for
balance. This is a sacrifice; estate
to lm cleaned up a-, cce, Sole
agents, Cint's & Dorgan. New West*
minster,   Phone 46G.    No trail"s.
Everett, Sept. 'JO. The request of
tiie lS-year-old Seattle boy know it a?
Charles Warren, whose meteoric
criminal career was ended l.y liis
capture after he had held up a Baloon
at Granite Kails, thai he be sei.- b thi
state training school ai Chehalts is m
granted. The hoy's desire i * to become
;��� '.nocturne, ami upon being assured
that lie could learn a trade at Che-
halts, immediately expressed a desire
i*   ���.*���   there.
f education, 'iid the corner stone or
the large additions which are being
buill at the l.ampson slroe'. scliool in
Esquimau. The event drew* a group
of people together thorough.lv rm
resents tlve of those responsible for
t'-,o education of the children nt Victoria, Esquimau and Saanlch. and the
speeches accordingly were of unusual
i ��� n arrests '.ven
number of plcturi
establishment of
ens other ar -esl
Pope  Disobeyed  Orders.
I     Rome, Sept. L'll     All hough the pope
Is apparently in his usual health, >>���
Amici. as a precaution, refused to lal
the  pontiff r'se al  the usual hour lo
i say  mass yesterday,    Tim pope dis-
ol eyed     tile    doctor's    order.      After
I blessing the French    and    Brail Han
I pilgrims, be smilingly rejected the entreaties of tin- cardinals to return to
his apartments and said be preferred
-.1 listen to the bands playing the na-
tlonal anthem.
Since Taking Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets"
Mrs. J. Merkhuger, Waterloo. Out.,
enthusiastically recommends Na-Dru-Co
Dyspepsia Tablets. Her experience with
Uiem, as she outlines it, explains why.
"I   was   grrully   troubled   wltll  my
stomach", she writes. "I hull tnkrii so
much medicine tlmt I might say to tnke
��uy more would only lie making it
worse. My stomach just felt raw. 1
read of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets,
anil a la.ty friend told me they were
very easy to take, so I thought I would
give them a trial nml really tliey wnrlotd
wonders. Ainonc having anything
wrung with hii stomach ahould give
Nu Drufc'o Dyspepsia Tablets a trial,
thry will iin the rest. My stomach is
line now nnd I can rat any fowl."
One of the many good  features of
Nu Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets is thai
they are so pleasant nnd easy to take.
The relief they give from heartburn,
flatulence, biliousness and dyspepsia ii
prompt ami permanent,   Try one��iu-r
raili meal- llkry'll make you feel iiL.-
a tu-w person.
500, a box nt your druggist's rom-
pounded hv the National Drug and
Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,
Montreal. 14*
wood; cord wood !
wood    $"._ 0 per
61*4 Hamilton slreet. just oft Sixth
street.    Phone 1218 ii. (9149)
completely tarnished, close in. all
conveniences; terms moderate.   Ap-
iJly al V. M. C. A. 1213.)
KOR SAI.K���Jl.d'l DOWN. $1.00 PEU
week. Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges: every one guaranteed. Market square. (1983)
rcora (urnlshed suites in Koyal
apartments, corner of Tenth and
\Riie-s streets. Apply to .Int'itor nr
While, Shiles fi Co., TUI Columbia
street. 12123)
keeping rooms. Sin and $15 per
tr.wih at ili-H Seventh street. IIHSCh
 ; mmm
<:t tmm.'dnted at 826 Sixth street. Hot
venter heat; home comforts.   (-1471
\>*:;h board at G6 :Hixth street. (2118)
Lady Cugr. Gain Frcedcm.
Chicago, Sept. 29,  -Aboul   two mi'.-
|lion laily bugs are flying around Chicago tcday, through the carelessness
of au employe of   Hie   International
GROWTH   FIR Refrigerator exposition at the Btock-
7, per cord, stove yards amphitheatre.    The  frozen in-
r cK.    Telephone ! seels were  packed  in    an    Ice-bound
(2C26i   case with a slass tcp.    When an ai-
  -     j tnnrtant. filled the refrigerator he for-
* get lo clcso it and before long the
! bugs were revived by the warm air
land flew away. The lady hug;, were
shipped from California, where they
;,ire used tn fight tii" fruit acale. Between seasons they arr put on Ice
laud frozen. The management ordered another Bhipment at a cost of
STRAYED OR STOLEN KROM THE \������y l^^l^I!i__.
city markel stables Saturday even-j   rool  E.urrjiars  Madc  Rich  Hau|,
lug, bright bay inure, six yoari old ;    Seattle, .Sep;. 29.- Working lelsure-
1600 poumls, halter on.   Lib iral   re   iy for nearly two hours, two cool, well-
ward.    Applv Clyde Williams,    c'tv  dressed   burglars   looted   eight  apart-
pollce station, (2143)  ments  in  the    Capitola    apartmentR.
_ Fourteenth avenue ami Eact Republican street, and cartier! off $1<K> in
co h iinii lewelry valued at upwards of
510(i0. Having looted the place, the
ti- "ves calmly climbed into an automobile and drove away. The police
have excellent descriptions of the
burglars, and practically the entire
nlaln clothes snnad has heen turned
l"ose in an effort to apprehend them.
The "trv coolness i r tli" burglars
completely disarmed at least tour ten-
Lecture in Stales.
Bremen, Germany. Sept. 29 -Philip
sei" 'demann. who ror a short period
In 1912 was deputy speaker of the imperial parliament, salleil for tha United States, where be is to mnl:i- a two
months' lecture tour. Ile will go as
f:ir *.�����".*t as Driver. His trip w-s e-i-
.ievfiken on tho oil il it on of the
������   up * ! 0 :*:���; in Vme I   a Boclalb I i
Pell Frc-i Elevator.
Fort William, Ont.. Seot. JB W
MeLeod antl a man tin ught to ho M.
Ovenskl, fill 100 feet to their death
il elevator D. The men were working on the roof lbat Is being pui on
-ni of the tanks of the new addition.
Without warning the re.of gave way,
jircclpU*_t:::s the men to the concrete
"--���-. imi (eal below. Death is thoughl
to have 1 ren Instantaneous.
fected. Tho numl er of 'iris concerned
is bi lted to l e seventy* two \innng
tin. men arrested are an ��� fflcer, a
retired police lieutenant, .i baker, an
owner ������*' s hotel, a builder, a confoc-
i "i"T and lhe owner ot the publlo
r^v'i Hold Up Train.
Colt*nubile, Ala . Bept 29 Two
mcre boya were the bandits who rifled the mail car and dynanvtti .1 the
express Bafn on Alabama (ireat South-
em train No 7, near this place after
mid *:;i and i ��� ipt d -a Ith boo!������ v;i
��� lously estimated al irom n fi ���*.-*. iiu:*.*
ired i ' (60,000 One of tho robbers
I; *'. .*. o i I tho * motive, drove
1 i' several miles down the track, blew
the express sate with dynamite, rifled
Hi* , i gli tered mail poum ilea and escaped with their booty 'uto tha
swamns. The locomotive, with throt-
il.. wide open, ran on through several
;.-*. as until Hi" Bteam was exhausted
and II  Btopped al Englewood, Ala,
Preparing for Royal  Bride.
I ondon, Sept.    29.    Work    w 111     be
Btarted for th i renovation of King
S-t.anucl's new home, Fulwell park,
mnr Twickenham, to which he will
lirli-1_ liis briii" next month.   Tha sale
ii n.l 10,  lihiek  I, Huh illvlalon
It, Group I. Port 11 y. In the
of N'w weatmlnater
prool ef tha loaa of Ci rtlflc im
Iber ti��i I',  Issueil III tie
Of  111"   pi i ���*"!!'   fi.r:
place ' " Monday,
mtli athv to blue
Solely  beeauee of
ilere.   Which   takes
reveals a marked
n the royal taste
that   color  an  or
Fashion Frills.
bag   containing    linen    waist,    ten
cushion and several other articles I
between Third avenue ami   Sapperton.    Finder please  return to    426
Agnes street, or phone 4-0,      (2136) ',
Inrponitlon of t'i" Cltv of NVv.- West-
ilniter Imr deposited wltli It' Mlnliiir
r Public Works nnd In lhi   ofrii
ar-Hiro. .\n collection, no charge.
Aiiienoxn-V.ancouver Mercantile Ag-
iu-^y, :t.Hi lla-otiugs street ��est. Van-
couver,  B.C. (1982)
t: i;M-iv   of Di
N'.*vv W'iMtin'iist"
.���md riescriptlonn
ed Rapnerto . :'-���
iii-it- niv. v h
.1-    for  i 1-   Dlstrlol    nf
. British Oilumhln, pi.,'i-i
of centre Uni nf |.r -
v..i* onl lall crossing liiu-
;ii.'  dp
Purls shirts nre reported ns (li:i|.hn.
nous Let it lie hoped thnt this Is nn
error. If n skirt must he this, then
"hi Is It :i sklrt?~-Los Angeles Tribune
l-.Hi'flngs for men nre now on smIp In
New Voili One ho[ies tliey wlll l���-
inine fitshionuble so that the sml "f
men "bn would wear Ihem ean bu
lileiititled nt n gbince.���Clevelnnil Pbiiti
nur Incllntitlon is to muke nn further allusions to Ihe funny bind .if
clothes the women wear, but we feel
it  'eswiry tu observe thut (be present modes nre not adapted i" the
uitelieii. nursery or the poll*.��� Iluu ton
Won.an  Killed Bartender.
i Edmonton, Sept. 89. Shortly aftei
8 o'clock Friday, Mrs. Dean Davis, 471-
Gallagher streeL shot and killed Sydney l'n Hint, a bartender ot the Km-
| press hotel, l.aeombe, who was spend
i Ing thi day in the city visiting at tho
Davis iiou.-e. W.'lliam Foskette, a
boarder at tin. Qallagher street house,
had left the house only a minute or
"���ii before the tragedy occurred.
When be returned lie round Sydney
Pall ent stretched out on the floor of
the front loom and Mi's Davis crouch
eil over the body.
"What's up?" asked Foskette.
"I've shol him." was the answer
given  in ilull tones.
nato 1: unge -Mi'" nf furniture In bin"
vi iv t  and i 'in- Wilton ph- carpi I
are lo lie sold, while the blue tinted
���a all papers ar" to 1*" changed.     The
prevallins color will be t,.ii with soft
:'rules of r  ini'l p:**l  Colors for
.,  ..V>,    !���...,    Ki,...     :.���*.,;.������el.    ;   ,.,!    VS */,.
hav-    |U*i iere'iee.
Women Who Take
; tliis universally popular home
remedy���^t tines, when thero
is need���aro spared many hours
' of unncccoi-i'.ry suffering -
ite Luis ;������
,,f I...I ?.
Win reaa,
..f Title Nu
��� it   m '���-��� M.iv Dorman has been tu-.i in
���i,i    ., flee.
\, ".-.��� I-* hereby ulv.n  ilia'   I  shall, nt
tt"> . splratlon "( nnn inonth from tho dnte
���  thi   first publleatton hereof, in .i dally
nowMvipei   t'lii'li-i.'il in  Hi" Cltv nf New
���  r  hums ii dupltente "' Hn   ��� lid
l-fltf|c:,te      UlllfSS    III     the     111" IIIII III I*      V.lll"!
.I.).. I ir,u   !������   iii.el"   I"   ei'*   Iii   wil'niK
.1   i'   OWYNN,
Dlstrh i  It.i-isinii* ..r Titles.
1      t ".t.'-tri ii'fii,., N,,v Weatinlnif-r,
ll i'    13th  >'��� i.n inl.er.   11)13 ' I0TI i
B.C.Coast Service
Leaves Vancouver 1
toria Ki a. tn., 2 p.
11: i:>.
Leaves Vancouver
attle 10 a. m. and 11
Leaves Vancouver
nalmo 10 a. in. and 6:30 i>. in.
Leaves Vancouver fur
l'rinee Rupert anil Northern
Feints 10 p. m. Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 11 p. tn.
��� Se-
OOULBT,  /ls<-nt.  Nm  WMtmtiMUr,
W  itiuitiin. o  p  a.. Vanwiuver,
fvotice is hereby given ihat an ap-
-potion will 1" made to tiie Uoaid 01
..icei.se Corauilssioners for ihe City Of
���.New Westminster ol tlieir sittins, to
tic held on the 10th day of December,
lilt;!, or at any meeting prior thereto
: li.it iiu' application ean be heard, for
���jt transfer of the license to sell liquor
'.iy retail issued in respect of the
<>ccid��ntal hotel premises. Columbia
-���i-rc-et. New Westminster, B.C., from
She holder, Michael Cowan, lo Justus
S��rmnson and Adolf Olio Hanson.
Uated this: 2fltli day of August, A.D.
. \i.17mi License Holder.
.WH   NOTICE    I -   HEHI'.i-tY    GIVKN
tlmt  tli" Corporntl f the C'tv .,{ Kev
Wesiminster  wtll    ifi������-   '"'*'   unnlh   from
���:..   rirsi  Diihllc itlon ���**   *       *   *
I.,  i'.   Governor  i leu. ial   i.i  Coun ::   foi
;..  ���    -   *    ���'    ..f    HCCh    W"ll.-
KVIT.I'rn New Westminster, U  ('. tills
27th rlnv "f ** *��� '   in'.' r.  I'" "
Mn ir \I""1K   MARTIN ft  i'VS'ThV.
SolleU"""   '  *    ''"���   I'ui.iiini'iti   of   tin
City of New Westminster.
U'li.l, EXCHANttE 3 lol i, ��� neh 80x13-
t"".i. titu.it" mi hlffh .-el" of Gtli avenue,
nt l-lili Btreet. Owner wiuitH u gootl
house, preternbly buna-low ntvl. will
usfiume rn* pay cash for any dlffert nee.
PURSUANT to S--H..-1   'n   :' *.'. -.. i'i..'i
.    .,.   the   Hi IllSh  '���������:   *,i'i.i   e. niv.   *.   Aul
I'MV   nolle"   ii   111 ** "     Rlvi       tl  *i   tin i
f,-. o.-.ii netxinlted wllh  ih    Ri^lnlrm    **
n.^a*   vv.-vitnin-it' r,   *   Ulim     nhowlng  nrn-
lm--e*,l   .-xtete.i'.l    81    I ' I *'.   8*0   *      :   FlOfl'l
M.,   is tn r'liiuil ��i*.*.*t.  Mi:.:  **. 'i  ,\   i
Mll'-.ir...   4 '<    A.   l.ul*   1 *i .'ll*..' ll,   .in '
*******   Itle   POWeTH   Riven    '  '   11    h      -.ttltllti
ih,-   Cunndlnn   Nnn". ���      ",. '.    Rnllwnv
���WMHinmH   will  e.'V"-. nnt) irv  * v-
r-i*��>-|.iii' lhe lands required foi  It* ti-lit-
i-lil-f Etnsln
Tetcphones:  Office 53.  Residence 42S
JOHN HE1D. Proprietor.
A stents      l'altner      Bros,'    Cusollne
llvet'iieo.   Marine   Kngines  and   Auto-
cui-biie Repairs.
Office and Works: Tenth 8t.
PO. Box 474.    New Weatmlnster. B.C.
THESE THREE LOTS are nil ������:������ ir-1.
connniin-J tin unobstructed view uiul nre
offered tit u price $500 less thnn .el-
tolnlng   property   can   br   purchased    o
ff \ n* I taking for the bnsl   buy  In
lhe ell -*. Invi stlittitc tins.
Phone  312.
201 Westminster Trust Building.
GIN PILLS Brought Relief
Larder Lake, Ont.. March 26th.
"I hail been a-affertng for some tune
with my  Kidneys anil  L'rine.    I  wns
.   eou.'it.ii.tly passing water,   which   was
:   very   scanty,   sometimes   es  many an
thirty-times a day,    Each time the pain
w.ts something uuful,  ami no lL-st at
I heard of your GI>.T Pil.i.S and
decided to Kive thcni a trial at once.
I sent my chum 6u miles to r-,1 thetn
and I am pleased to inforai you tlut in
less than six hours, I felt relief.
In- two days, lhe paid hail left me
entirely. I took about half a imt ami
Unlay I feel as well ns ever and my
kidneys are acting quite natural again,"
OIN PILLS soothe the irritated
bladder ��� heal lhe sick, weak, painful
kidneys���andstrengtben both thesevitai
or^an*..    Money b^ck if they fail.
50c. a box. (1 for f_.*io. Sample free
if you write National 1 inig and Chemical
Co., of Canada, Limited, Toruulu.     179
Current Comment.
Tours sheii luilny will nnt 1
rliv in tin- dentil trap uf u
lViisi,iii*-t.ui I'l.-i
Thel are e\*I-eetill'_: Vesltvi
lU'lilli. It bus been seven \
iiie lust time 11 in 1 tie time ft
new   vlll.i.;,.-   111   the  il.inuei
f settitm   the  ���
flevelitud I'I
A   ileulel   I
I II lilletl s:
1 yeurs   iii   tin
1 '.tlnnlii      .\.
1 itt .Imi 1 hnn
< 10 erupt
ill's Klliee
rt   /.nue  un.l
Mother   Kills   Daughter.
Aleviitiiirie.  Out..  .Sep',   lis     Mrs.  .1
11. A. Taylor of Montreal, his shot umi
killed   lier  daughter,   Mrs.   Ilarnhl   W.
Norton, ami seriously wounded ber
l-i year-old grandchild, Lula Norton.
also of M ii'i-"i', while they were
asleep at the borne of her mn. 1 A.
II. Taylor. She :li":i shol '.:��� r elf. but
no' fatallv.
.r. A. ii. Tay i.r was a M-intreal
businei .* 1. imi. win. came in Alexandria a shorl time ago i::ten<ii:i- t.i
ii"> ou a model farm to suonly
Mi nti - -I marki ts wltli (*-.:*-:-. poultry
:*::il   ' ther lur:;:   pn du '-
!K)   VOI'  ?
'-.n't  irlfl
701  Columbia Street
with your eyestfhL    ! ���
and  uiif*kl!lfiil   tr��-iit i'i- 1
��������� .\if -mi- f.-i.-i unn��m of thi   il
"���I i ma trouble will ���>��� cur
--���   '��� ,'i.  to rendt r ������������ . ��� *������,>��� <        I
mining    the    <>-s,    tn    fo ���
'   upri tacl( -s, in  fitting thi   ,  to
(Druggist and Optician) Phone 57
K.  II.
ati'i C.*ui
vt,-�� President
W, r. H. HI'CKI.in
ese. a.'d Trees
tnue fur new
tin Denier
1  eoenlne innl  iiplnut   hus
.0011 mul si'iiteiieeil In I uo
United States prlmm it
liiwhronker looks belter
:l   |il-uelitiilller of  lllis  iu-
Iiiuiiiiis trade.���New York Sim
Pert Personals.
An Illinois court bus ileeliletl
ei'ii be beautiful VS'iltoh Cm
i'.'iiiiiiiii unci Colnnel .lllll Hum
nliish     New York Ainei'li-iin
A  mun  ivliu ItisNted  upon [in
11 mnn
le joe
0:ean   Flight  ii  Possible
Paris, .*:. ].i. ::'.���    Honald Q. Garros
���* bo i: .   "...* -I r.  ra "ie .1:1 aer *;il mc
ii: .hi   acroas   th ���   Me lib ri mean    le
nu.,: il 1 .,  ih,-  j.e.-i,hiiiiv  ol  u   niR it
aci * . *. the Atlantic    I e b lh   ro this
i" ie* po :s ble.    1 lis fini v 1 uld b ��� it
divide tho journe;  Into three Btagos
flrsl from Bngland lo let land; second
iii'.n lot li ml to Newfound! ind;  third
������' ui   Ne   fi undland  t"    lie*    Dnlti d
States.    Tv 0 ol 1 bose tl igea actually
would In. Bhorter than his linn*   1
: unls flight, and the third very 1 ttl
longer.    With properly arranged supply  stations at  the stopping points
Uie flight, he believes, would bo q tlte
Fir, Cedar  and  Sprtace
Phoo-l   No    /  -nd  R77.
Notice i:i hereby given lhat an application wlll be made to tlie Hoard
1 1 License Commlesioners for tbe Cit>
of New Westminster ai thetr sitting
to be lieid on the loth dav of Decern
tier. 1913, or at any meeting prloi
thereto that the application can be
h.eard. fnr a transfer of the license U
s��ll liquor by retail isHin.d In respect
of the Mi-reiuin's Hotel, in the Cit\
of New Westminster, B.C., from tht *
holders. Paul Root and .1. A. Malm, t   1
the said .1   A. Malm
Ccqui'.lam   Mun'cipality.
I"..,..   take ut** thai  tht   n'fli *
above   munli Ipnlllj    111      iltunti .1
Pltl   River   lloud,   'I . ** ���������'' lib .
II   *'
nv" h
is  1 11
rn .1
IS| lit III
ful    "V-
- t.i
lis -unit
v.- I'ltlsluiruh
���in 11
it.   ti.t
"    IIII V
1 nil
lot    '.
oil. 1
lne-   Ile
-u 1
11 lletl
1 I'llil
- ..'it
1    OVI
��� pan
iv- ib
Wll   Ills
.11 in
..It 1'
Foreign Affairs.
lolng to fi
" soon.   I hi
in  \Y.
The li
SK.\l.i:;i  TENDERS  n.1'1:��� 1 m d   t
1 uiiderslgned,   and   endorsed   " 1 * n I .    ...
Dated this 20th day of August, AD   Wing bam No. 3 at Kraaer Rli "w
���jfCjo .ir). 11. C." will b(   ne. Ived ut thla ��� -iri.
Tl    T,n.r.n- illlllil   1:1"!   fl.   111.   On   T'H stli.y.   (lel'.llil*   21,
P, floor, 1013,  tur Hn*  construction  of  Wing  Dam
.7.  A,  MALM. No. 8 ut the Mouth or Woodward's Hloug .
(19781 I.lronse   Held-rs. I'nisi-r  River   if...*.'.* .i.   B.C.
:    Plans, spcclfleatlun  and  form ol    con-
���   .i n_n ifuei  "uu  be  neon,  umi   forma  of t<-ml*r
" nhtiilnrd it this Departmi nt nud ul thi
ofllce nl' C. C Worsfold, Bfi't . Dlstrlt I Engineer, Niw Westminster, I: C : J. s. Mac-
l-achlan, Esq., Dlstrlcl Bnslneer, Vlctorl-i
I! t'.. um' '.n uppil itlon i" the Pont-
MBRftUVn    - " l master ol Ladner, B. C
be lil'l-i
" (lllll the luiui*. ti
Iltl I li l.i Hi.
���_-le doesn't loilli like a
I"! cot   peine,  lull   tie Is titling  tils  Wiilll
���r.'itv  well - I'lilbiilelpliln Record
The ItulUnn dlstiirhnni-e shows that
the  dou's  ul   nui   inn   t|ijiii-n.|  over  A
'une   like   the   iiiitn,-rlest
ll.irtr.ctl   rimes
Arter ('hiiin's elrlltcatlnn (Jet*  well
'Sfnhllslied   .lii|uiii   mnj    unt   have   tn
ravel quite so tur In"search nf an out.
"t f"t Its etll'l'irles.- \VllHllln_-tiiii ���>���  ..
Will Rcrrcocnt Canada
Vancbuver, - ipt, 29. Canad i win
iir* rej reai nted In the world'a all-n und
e npi 11 tlon in 1U14. Two Vancouver
athletes, Archie McDIarmld, the ins
Ky firelighter and ohamplon all-round
.il'ilite of Canada, and John ('amen n.
.1 in mii-r of the Vancouver police :!o
pai   :i et::,   aod   an     all -icnd     nlhb te
���i.:ii an enviable record, nili ondeavor
to bring Canada's colors down In
front In tha all-round championship
competition which wlll be beld In Chi
cago ir Naw  York nexi year.
MBHrH��NT   TAILOR -,.,,..', .',���,','; T1V,',. ,;'���:r   :r...   notlf.l   I   thnl   .*',
New Imported Fall Suitings now on !tiers will nol b msldend unless mu
display.    See  ihem.    Perfect  (it  umi >.�����.,""., ",'_:*''''.'..r'."'.".'.'' *'i""!:'!!''1:.""'1 ' '"
wnrkmanEhln gusranteed. Prices fron
���51S.00 up,   7'il Fronl Street.
',,'hat wltit the harbor Improvements, thu further
Llie fisheries and
Ladie-.' Tailoring Branch
Btirely We.slniinster Is coming to
Tailor to Ladles and Gentlemen.
Westminster Truat Block.
with Lhi lr netual slgnatu-t s. st ithtt n*
oeciinattnnfl  untl   pines  ��>���"  r-sldenc-.     In
the "is-, .if tirms. the actual signature, lhi
* ,' ,ri  of the occupntlon   uiul "b of rrs-
i.i. nc   nf eneh membor of the tlrui musl bi
glv n.
I*: .<���'���    ot,.!.-   ..nisi    be   tu inl'iiiil'*.!   bv
,��� ���,,��������� ���,-,) eheoue on n -���' * ** - *i hunk
��� ���     ' l     In   thi    '.-'li"*   ef   Um-   Ibir.-ui-i'l*
���   *  Mini *tt *���  "**  Pul ' *���   '" **" i   ' il  I
o ���.  p. ������ .* nt    t'"  i ���   i  ,���:*  tli .1 ���*!  '���'
; * ..   * ., ��� ���   w' i'    * "  '     ��� irfi U 'I " lhi
j  I...r lull   ���' " '.*��� i * -   rl, c'lni s   t*.  *'l   *���  Ilil"  u
'���..iiirie*' whi ii call' *' "l ��� " ei fin so, nr fu"
t ' "iinii.I. i*   the  ���.'*������'���   i t- icf 1  fnr.    T"
the tender hi  not accepted, the g'.iequ" wlll
he retumi'd
Tit"   I''*
accept the i
By ord- ���
I Unt 1 !-el  ItSI If  t*
tiny '��� nder.
DESR if i	
Been : ii *
li. r-'irt ���":" in" f"'*:i" Wo-ks.
Otl *i��� i. ''"'i her IS, lltlt
���K-.,..��-,..... rs i'-'II ���!* ' Iw p iid '     th'i
... -,... -,.,..1  i' .i . ������  |n�� ri   it   v lit t m
Ll i,'*!lv from Hu* Depni tni' nl      100 "
Too Free With Aiit-jtnatic.
Por Arthur. Ont.. Sepi iii). -Wll
li.'nn Akiu-'iiean, a '" -l' oul- ������ wal''��''
tin t" u. fi How cmintrymun named Ka-
nute HoVkla In a har of the C. P. R
hotel, and with nn automatic revolver
pumped  'liv'i   bullets Int"  the body
' ut  t  i f tii" v.otinil-. p   *"cd ful"l
Nn   motive   is   known   In   the  crime
"-!n'i"i' *-i   i.-s  "r-' l""t!   Iv  olh'-'s  In
the bi r and was bold for the pollce.
Cried Her Eycr Pry,
New York, Sept. '.'i M.s. Matilda
Pane's husband. Adr.lphus wan s<
cruel lo he" 'Int she erleil for four
years and fins'ly cried her eyes dry
��o t=he says In a suit for RpQaratlon
filed In th" siinrenu. courl 'his after-
""-"i. A surgeon who operated on her
tear liiicts. so ehe oould stop crying
told her that excessive weeping had
���  ii'** this operation  necessary,    she
' *..*:���* i li.
Va-irantj Dc-iorted
Calgarv, Set:. 29    Abraham Acker-
son, aged 18, Koit Verb olty, and \\ i|. ]
lioni Dunn, ng'd 26, Montana, will be I
deporied by thc local police author!-
t'es.    Aokersoit  is awaiting sentonee I
on f.'vc charges. He admitted he Ktole j
iiuigrels.��� I three rasors aod two revolvers fron
the c P, it   bungalow south (f tin
���Million, stating thai  he wanted  to p;,
home   lo  his   parent.,   and  stole   thi
���^���otl*-   Iii   r.rdi-r  Hist  he   minht   ra's"
enough money to tneke the 'rin.    Although   of   respectable   appearance
'lunn,  the other subiect  frr denorti-
ion, Is a persirteiH viiKrnnt and will
not   work, despite the many chancei
;lven him by the police.
From Those Who Advertise
They want your trade. That's the reason why they
advertise. They will treat you courteously and supply
your needs at reasonable prices.
When dealing with those who use our advertising
columns don't forget to say that you saw their ads in The
News.   It helps us.
l-ventert New Arc.
Bouth Vancouver, Sept. 89.���-The
... .,;,- ,,f .vtnicinul lighting la very
" '��� ��� ''" ���"������'���'��� 'mt now nnd Electrician li.v.vtlcn elii'ms to have manu-
il.r:   '1   *."i   nro   lamp   which   burns
* -    ���-������ n\ ��� *"'  e- niipp light, end
more li--'.h' ir. wlunt South V8Ue.ouver
badly needs to assist the municipality
n working otil Its own sulvntlon.
'T''" ' uti of ���"no'-h^ll
Kansas City, Mo., Sept 29. An un
i' in it line ( I' men trailed behind n
rickety express wag"i thai creaked
'is wav un ":'obo Mill'] a s'"t"k eov
ered clay hank In the poorer rjtiarter
loday. following to Its grave till that
remained cf "Snowball,"    a nonden
1 SvV��eM
Let us make your reservations early and secure
best accommodation at the minimum rate.
Wc are agents for ail ocean lines and can give you
your choice of rail line;; to the seaboard.
II. fl. SMITH, c P, A T. A.
Wil  Granville Street,  Vancouver
NV    I.
Iilll'I'lllOW,   (1    A     I',   li
ie Private -Exchange 81IM
���---t**iiA-**-*x^~x'TSKa:?ni. x^.jr*stfm ��    f   SS||i*)li ���
mv i i* n'wiw
Mlnis'.er cf Public Worko Says Toron
10  L.*iilriinq  Will  Be  tier,'   Built
In Lonjj Time
r ���  ni",  Sept,  10,   Toronto  Is    io
I    rg t pi Itoffice  �� I'Uli  ihu  only will
excel every postofflco building in the
i ii.ii: ulon, but win. when com ph tad
uni; with anytblni mi tha oontlnent,
That   the lily  Ih lo huve  the  finest
building used tor thin purpose In the
whole ' i Canada via i tin- ti. i nlte
. ��� ii in n: iiiikIc liy lion. Robert i:i.
.in.   in.I: ster  iff   public   works,   iu   in:
mi iview iii tit.. Kine Edward hon I.
Hi a Mr Ftogi rs arrived in Toronto
from Ottawa, ami as was announced
, t. rlously, is to iiiake au Inspection
���i" i-i, mo harbor in company wltb
tin* harbor coiAtnlsslosers, ills visit
is of cm n greater Importance, bow
eyi r. und this  was disclosed  when hi
elm' (':u with the stati manl tbat bit
chief cfici of Inn being here wlll hi
to ti.ak, a personal Inspection of tlu
eite for Toronto's new postofflce, and
ih.it this ia tu in- followed in sbori
order by the calling fm tenders fm
what u desltnod io he Canada's mosl
magnlflct nt postal building
Lo.a'.i'ri   of   New   Building
The pn perty os wblcb   the   nev
building le to stand runs wesl lion
tbe prrsenl Adelaide street structuri
to Viotorla street, north to l-otnbani
 t   snd   itrolt in a  east   from  thi
i ran al bu 11 ng almi ��l lo I bun '
stroet, ii"* sntln space io be takei
up b   " ��� new  building.
it is the im, ntlon io build ii wing
i r tin- nn |t ��� totflce fin I On the re
moval I ii; ..I i upanl ��� of tbe old
building tn the section of the nei
i ti ui' ii ' ne ol i on ��� to's i Id land
mat ks n 111 ���! sappi ar aad In Iti place
and - ��� ring tbi ne�� I) acquired land
also II * e Uu groat i ��� *��������� bulldln ���
To Run Int- ���i Hers
V-1 Un ��� oil ��� the b illdlng k .i1
i uu Inl n lions,' * 'i III R gi ���
�� hi n qui  'it nod i * gardli . mi um
��� ' ne i.e.. invi Ived in tin  undi rtaklnj
"A i" sl i i.i"! stnu tnn and !��� tti
any b ill ling yal erai ted In ��� * * i
i iy," waa Mu. wu> in* described   *
Is to b    i oi mto'i naw postal edifice,
.A   riOYS  GOT
Danced the Highland Fling on Calgary
"laic���Insult   lo   rcctland
( slgai..  Bepl   - -    in    Insuli    |
Scotland    s   what   Ihe majority  of tilt*;
hei'   Scotchman   label  tbe   perforin*
an ,   ot the  Highland fling bj  Hi""
iii.-,.     i    at   a   li ".'.I     t tii-iii I"'       Tbe
���' tbe lam! "��� ih" heather ���-.>.���
:      ���     I*    lo:   '-'*,���' I   n:   | til lilt . ;.^   Iif  tin
iial vi   rons of tiie Orient to tainpei
the national dance    t f    Bi bb.
Horns' oountry and tbe verv ihoug!
i i   sucb  mi    unseemly    perfortnsni ���
*i* -  tin- majority   t f   Uu m    rei
".lust think of it.'' iald a  stalwart
' in ������ i f the I"' nl police force, who
Claims  Iiu-  home  of o.tts   anil   h.t������ ���
niui tba Highland fling ns ins bom* *
* 1  ��� It '"ay tc all rigbl for l'i,* ;.*��� ll
bov ikluned ions if ths far away dop
i". .:, it in i no.,  out clad in i Imi . i
and    uidali nd shuffle through iiu* *
<:   ��� im      i volutions   ol   some  i);*'' ntal
dam i,  bul  lo  think i f tbem  * i   n
to t.a'i"'  Hi" Highland fling and then
n turn I    bow to encores looking s-
n i���: ���. i ,' i hop sue*- aftar ��� Cbtm
tamiee   la  t nough  to  make any  n -I
bit * ,1- ,i -   itclranui iinii with Indlgna
t it n."
ite'il tak em wl 1'iur iia-ey names
nnl  ih        mni  '������ yi il    Impi i :i"'"' '���"
mihI another old Scotchman In dlscu
���lng the effrontery ol the China b :
In   i rlnu to attempt the nnl il mi b
gun ���' I'l.n- Sootland, while another
remarked that hanging was loo good
fir mch vicious offenders agalnsl tbe
terpsli bon an < ode.
Trc-t   and   Bliqht   Proof   Potato   D*..
covered in New Zealand
Auckland   Ne* Zealand, Bepu 20,
a new Might-proof and treat-resisting ,
p, tati   iii- been discovered by John
Harris, ot Raetlhl, New Zealand  The
discovery is said to be tbe most lm-1
portant one In agriculture for ninny .
years,    The  variety  has been  placed :
und. r tbt closest observation, but on ;
no OCCMlon has there been the sinht-
esl   '.race of blight or disease caused
by frost .though the enp planted next j
lo It has been blackened hy severe
Cl Id nnd la even now badly affected.
The average yield Is nbout nineteen
ti nn per acre. Mr Baylli, of tha gov-
ernment agricultural department, has
made nn Inspection of tbe growing
��� r, p. and th&ugh he lum formed no
tin i n  to explain tbe origin of tbe
new i rn. be admits the potato is really
frost-resisting and  bllKbt-proof.
Spokane. Sept. -O.-The fight between the Spokane British Columbia
Hallway company and the Big Bend
Transit company for a right of way
over statu lands In Lincoln county
nenr i;ld Port Spokane, wll be taken
un at a hearing before the state board
i f lnml commlasloners In Spokane on
Krlday next. Oct. 8. The topography
. f tbo country leaves a chance for
only one railway to obtain a right ot
way and a bitter contest la on for the
property.  *
AERO   EXPERIMENTS      _.,,,,-_<_
Chicago, Sept. --.--Harold K Mc-
Corniack's costly experiment station
nt Clciro, maintained for testing for
improved methods of aeroplane construction, hn�� been closed.
Some or the equipment, which esn
ba used for hydro-aeroplanes, is being shipped to tho McCormack estate
at Lake Korest. The ���} *****
sold, nnd It Is believed that this end.
the errorts made by Mctormac.. ft
the ia��t two yeara to produce an aerial
machine that would be -^ ��*!"?��
efficient than any model ^���t0/_��"
evolved. Failure from models from
which much has been hoped '���*����*;
,d to be mainly responsible tor Mc^
tiormack's more.
For tho Picnic Lunch.
I'nir pastry is u delicious little dainty
lu tin Iilile In the plcnlC ill Jl  lleoll in |.
T" in.tl.e piiir pasta take a pound of
Hour   nml   sift   ||   well   and   slir   In   il
I'linh t,r suit tin- beaten yolk of nn
ejIK   niul   sulllcleiit   leu  culil   water   t'i
make a hiiir paste, as Hour varies
mi much in the quantity ot water tbat
It will l;il.i- up. It u nlmost impossible
lo tell imw much will iii- required.
ConsequenUy n little sbould bo added
i   a   tune tin  iiie dough   is  mixed
Tnke some good fresh Iniller niul wa-h
It Iii miter nml then  urnp In n cloth]
and lay II In the \ev chest. If tbere is ,
one bandy; if not, place on Un- Boor
uf iiie pantry lor un hour. Hull out
tiie dough nml place the batter in u
lamp In tlie center it the dOUgll uiul
foltl tbe shies over It.     Set uwu.v lu a
culil place for another hour. Then !
-oil It out Intu ii long strip, t'olil this !
lllf) three by Hindu;.' In lhe ends Keep i
ilu,' dough tpilte colli mul cut hm,. tbls
proc-paa six tlim-s.   Uetw i tbe Uilrd
.m.i  il rt i���  rollings out luy tbe duugb
ii a cuiii place fur an hour before proceeding. Then It Is ready to liuke.
Before placing lu the men tbe lx>\i uf
the im.t:*> should be brushed over
either uitli milk or tbe beaten y.,ik ,.f
nn egit. The loiter give* tbe pastry
a rub fellow tni. wblcb. however, Is
not always liked Hake In n i|ti!c|;
to en nml tnke onl tti iuon ns cooked
nntl nicely browned    Pastry should he
",,ie.| in n hot or warm mom, as n
k,i'|is It- cr|.|iiii-- lietier
Tn mnke sweel IIIII tigs for nn} or Ihe
molds either stew the frull until ipilte
till   li.   U��lll|U   nlllj'   JUKI   sii|||elel,t   v.nlel
rn* else une h or slice lhe frexb it ult
s-.ieeteli    tu   tnste   nml    (III    the    llC'lti-
m.i I, with whipped cream nr wrve
plain. These plea nre (lellrlotiH. mul
ns ihei nre served cold nre so east lu
pre-pun* i.iii-i- tin- , uses ure mado lb"
���mallei ensw enn lm tilhsl with km-h.i��
or   SIll'i,llei*   MS   11!*,Ml.       Vegetable*   sell
oil   III  .us,-   is  :i   life  way  nf llsim;   up
ciltl   i ei_et.il,les      They   mny   be   used
either hoi or cold.
These    eases    sre   delight fully    enay
thing* io take i" a picnic stun- I he
eases in a tlu box und take lln- Riling
in |ori 'Ibere will be no sppnlllna
mixture Oi' sweets uiul meats, for until
the eaxes tire tlileil their contents nn*
repotting In tightly corked or stopper-ed
iilile necked Jars. \ delirious Olllmi
r.,r tbe cases nnd much liked at rtlw
inn. lies is made with s tin "f Inlinei
ami ereiim Whip n taacupful nf i-ntim
lo ii -tilT rrolh mni cut open (lie lull
ster Un nnd mince nil the flesh llnelv
Sin ze   n   feu    drops   or   lemon   iulee
over nml sprinkle with paprika pep
per nnd nny Savoring liked lust he
rore Oiling the enses stir lbe ercmii
ntnl lobster together mid fill the .uses
Stand mi some Iresti lettuce twives-
itml there yun nre!
Any nice creiiin Riling may lie mnde
of meet finely mln,'isl ond tilccli tl-t
v.rett and pihii'd In n pan with �� eprln
kle nf tbi-.r nml n tllbltuqioiinfnl ill
good gravy simuier till "lilt laki
.���IT lhe tin- mul mill two imW,������..,,���,iiful*-
>.r   .renin   �� ben   the   meat   is   ultm.st
Sumrrnr Saladi.
Prime requirements or the snlnd are
lightness nnd criapuetw. Ilwivj u-nr
nlshiH nn- to be avoided nt all tiim-s
but  piirtlenlarly In tbe suiiime-.
nnii tin- ii bite leaves of the lettuce
sbould he used, and these or rhe rn��*��
should lie allowed tu stand In the lev
wnter for mi hour before sen lug The
mind dressing should never he pm tut
the lettuce ur cress, or. for Hint null
ter. mi the salmi mixture, nntll Just
before tin- snlud is wanted nt lbe tnlde
When ii I- i" be prepared the itrwn
snlud should he thoroughly dried In ii
napkin, ttnd tbe lulnd dish ahould Ih-iis
enbl ns |���,ss|l.le
Nesls of lettuce leaves. Iiullle of foil I
loiites with the stem ends Innl ���" ei
lapping ench ulher. or a deft nrniuge   !
 ni i,r cress In the siiuieshii|ie. plncis!
inrerniiy mi a hroad, flaring dl*li and
tilled with the snlud mixture, Is ensll?
nerved mul effiftlve In nppeumiiee
ir iiiiiyi.iiinilsH or IbiII.-iI ili-.-sslnirs
nn. used, enough shonhl be wived, nft
ei inlslnu Hie Ingredient*; t" ever the
l,.n     \ tables su bids nre pretty dec
,���-,,|e,|  Willi   U-llcr Uf finely  shlelllletl
red   |.o|,|'cr   or   lem  "i*   hut It   Inter
|:l,e,l .,f "lib Hm- strips ������! the white
���r isilh-il eun-s      Niisliirtlum mo��� -
ivhlell hnve a plHISIIUU splei linviir
are pretty "- " di-cornthni nnd mid
r..   the  tn'sllnes*      If  giwtl   or   r.st   i-
���, .1 In the dressing, splnucli iirisui
lilts oi greell pep|ier or tttn-iv ehtflMsMl
pgreiev   may   !�����  UWtl  for  lb.-  former
an<|   powdered  drl.sl   lulister  cor r
beet lulce for Hie hitter
Opposite Carnegie Library, New Westminster
for a thing or act is what really counts. If we sold our Furniture and
and Rugs at the prices we are, intending to remain in business in New
Westminster, you would have cause to be suspicious, but positively and
and therefore the prices on Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums though; bordering on the
sensational are justified and honest. Very naturally some lines are a little top heavy, and
to reduce these quickly we are featuring for Wednesday's selling a clean
Price Cut on furniture and Rugs
This Will Surely Stretch Your Dollar Back to the Days of Fifty Years Ago
It would be settled then and there where that Furniture should be bought. While this is aQUIT
SALE you can buy from W. E. Fales with confidence, with the knowledge that you are obtaining the best possible value for your money���that I am not satisfied until you are���that
the entire organization stands in readiness to see that your wants are taken care of in the
way you desire. This is not a clearance, a stock-taking, a make-room, or any of the other
trivial, though legitimate reasons, offered by other stores, but a positive and FINAL disposal of my entire stock of Furniture, Rugs, etc.   May we expect you?
Out of Town Visitors Make This Your Headquarters or Meeting Place
Gco-s Packed ami Shipped free sf (forge. Tbe Iver Smith Sales Co., of Vancouver, in (harp
however, were hoMjKod to mo a number Cf  sharks, ac.J the tear ll ciit^r
A 8>>npli Sunday Supper.
H im*  Jflll��l   m��il  <>r  Mlit*   with
hrt'iiil  mul   tiiilliT.   In i|hH''  ���cii<tl<*t��*tu.
If ii ���"Hml I" prefiTiiil fl" ii ph"* "I"
HmlHtunmi In pl����* nf ""���", " "'"v '"'
s little hi'tivli-r tlmn tlif lilt of irrwii
��.rv..il nt .llnniT NUM. ����". rhfW "*
mini mixtures mny lm ntu-il In It Knr
vnrti't.VK Wlltf the rruit mul ����hu1 "'��.v
b.. itittl-ilnefl ni" In e Wnldnrt *��:il��(l nr
hi ii lm nn ihi "iilnrt with nutn. It nn*
il,:\ri*i t�� -tlmpllfy th* menu etlil tur
tlwr. hniiM nr Germen coffw rnke nmy
tnke the pine* of hoth the rnkc Rn<1
the hrwid fnme people find eHnmlitte
ton henry e lievornite. while othnr. de
sire imtiilna for Sunday Kipper hut
.htirolnte ��-lth whipped erenni end u
������imdwlcli -wtth n hit nf emnn like
mint lettiK". nneturt'.uui or whieri'i-ean
- tn the lllllnii-
Miiyu. jumped or fill overboard frcm j
Uto top deck.   All the passengers -mm |
on  (Uo.; ul   the  time,   vlivn  ii  cry of
"Man   Overboard!"   was   raifK>d.    Tha
Caiupoala'e engines wero at im-i- stop
,,ni and a boat rawed quickly to aid |
he drovmlng man.   Tha paaaentorj
���rrif'.cd t
nd the I
tallied that the --Moi lunate man waa
devoured, for by the time iho boat had
irrived ai tbe i-pot where Pagan had1
���truck the water there was uo trace .
( r him. It Is hellevrd he was Insane
Tho steamer proceeded after an hoar's
claim creek: ctoned
bulqarian merchant i
���-tcfia, Sep:. 29,���,Tbe Creek con ten ��� j
lion that Splro Suradjloff, one tf thc I
wealthiest r' llul;;itri:in  nierchimts In
Salonika, died of-ohqlora, is cfrcVv |
duiled   hue.   the claim   be'nR   mnda
that I"? v.as placed ll) the cholera do-i
tendon camp after having been ston- j
ed.    This   It Is Cbargod, was done to
remove nil signs ot crime.
Bulgarians assert that th!i procebd
!ng lc common with the Qreek anthorl
ties,   whose object  Is  the  exiorinlna
tlon of all Bulgarians, espeolally those
Of wealth and education. Officials In
Sofia rnko the furlher charge ihat
���_<">ii0 Bulgarians are dving of shirva-
llon OU a desert Island In the Aegean.
cattle and horse-* as a starter if the ,
torornment will acceded   to   tiielr rc-
i;ue-t.    It is understood that the gov- ;
eminent  is oons.dering   the  petition |
furiously and  weighing  the problem
pro and con.   Tl.e departmi nt is mos.
concerned over llie fict that any such
concession to the aaaoetatlcn of farm- j
ers  would  be   hardea.   to  make  from .
the tact thst it   .(uuld he an undesir- i
abie precedent
Centennary   Church,   Hamilton,   Has
Skilled Musician as Caretaker���
Playc Wonderfully.
"Man Overboard"
London. Sept. 'i'i,���A tragic scene
was wltnessid by the passengers of
the Campania, which arrived at
Queenstown a few days since. On the
third day out;, John Fagan, a third
class passenger, belonging to county
North  Vancouver. Sept. 28. ���As    a
result cf being struck by a lL'pcund i
rock   which    was   carried   600    feet |
through the air from a blasted boul- i
der. a Russian  named Kud7(gs Gaza- j
noss now ll��s In.the North Vancouver
hospital between life and death.    He]
wrs  wort'nk  on   some clearing now j
being carried rnt in the Lonsdale Es- ;
Ute In D, h. 2fiti and was caught by
tlie Ust blast nt 6 o'clock on Wednes- ,
dny  night.    The   p-olertlln  fractured j
the man's skull.    Had h's skull been j
of ordlnsrv thickness he would    not
have lived half nn hour aftor the accident. ,
Want Reserve Opened
Fd;r-ntc-, Sspt. 2!l.--\t the pr-snnt
thrc the department of the Interior
t.f the Dominion government l�� being
approached by an association of southern Albcrtit farmers with a request
to ullow tbem to transform the Blood
Indian reserve near Mcl_eoil Into a
vast ranch. The rarmers of the district iiudertake to stock the reserve
wllb   twenty-three thousand  head  of
Vir'orK S^-nt. Ji���-Thnt vessels of
the Hamburg-American Pne will nu''e
regular eallB at Victoria before \he
end of the year, was the Impression
conveyed by W. O. Slckel. general
manager of the big German line at
New York, and vlco-dlrector of Ihe
Hamburg-Amertka line, who left Victoria for Seattle, after having looked
thoroughly over the ground with a
view to bringing Victoria In line with
the other porta which now figure in
the Itinerary of the line.
Hamilton, Sept. 2S.- The Centen-
uary church in this city has a perfect
jewel as a Janitor. He not only sees
to lt that the church Is well swept
and dusted, but he also attends to
what oue janitor In a hundred never
thinks of doing, keeping the church i
not only comfortably heated In cold j
weather, but that lt Is also ventilated, i
���ut this Is not all or his accomp j
lishmeiits, for iu an emergency he can
take Prof. Hewlett's seat at the pipe |
organ and bring forth a volume of I
music that fills the church with sac-1
red melody. Yesterday afternoon I
there was a meeting of the ladies of
the city, whicli was addressed by a
t .lented lady. When the time came
there wae no organist present, and
the chairwoman of the meeting asked
it some one present could not tike
the seat in the organ loft and preside
at the Instrument. Prof. Hewlet* wss
not there, but there was a substitute
who could fill the place. The Jun'tor
modestly went up Into the organ loft,
nnd soon the splendid Instrument responded to his skillful touch, and the
congregation joined heartily In thc
songs of praise. It Is doubtful If there
la another church In this c'ty, or In
Canada, or even In the United States,
In which the humble Janitor could do
as did the Janitor In Centennary yeaterday afternoon, lead a congregation
In the service ot song.
On Sunday evening last Rev. O. E.
Anderson preached his farewell sermon in Sapperton Baptist c'.iurch
where he h-is b.en fnr more than two
years a most successful pastor. The
building was crowded to the doers,
chairs having to be obtained from nei-
���-'hbor.'ng houses and placed In the ais
ies and on the platfcnu to seat the
people. Tbe choir cf Buntuitlam
church sang several anthems. Mr.
Anderson's subject was "P.tul com
mending the word of God's srace,"
and lu dealing with it hc spoke of the
warm relationship that had existed between himself and bis congregation
and showed that the "word of grace"
was the expression of the whele truth
and therefore able to "build them up."
Mr. Anderson leaves Sapperton at
the close of this week to take up a
course of study in Uedlar.d3 university, California.
Will Develcp Group cf Claims at Jer-
vl- Inlet.
Ncrth Vancouver, Sept. 29.���Thc
Bara'n'-.i Mining company, Ltd., with
an authorized capital of ?5')0,000, has
heen formed by local business men
for the purpose of developing a group
of gold-coppir-sllver claims on>Hoth-
em sound. Jervls Inlet. Mr. John
Cann'chael. managing director tor tha
company, lias left for Hotliam sound
wth a party of men to commence preliminary development work. The
company's property consists ot four
mineral claims known as the Barara-
ba. Third Chance, Copper Princess
and Silver Star. Average assays ol
ore glv* $1190 per ton, while picked
samples may be found giving at high
Oa $171 per ton.
. Uproar 0::ura Curing Seaelen of the-
Ter.nestce Legislature���Threats.
Ms;.* and Returned.
Nashville. Tenn., Sept. 28.���A oo��f-
clliatory speech by Representative A.
' L. Todd.' after Speaker Stanton arbitrarily had declared the lower tomae
of the Tennessee legislature adjusnuui
j late the other afternoon, ks rreifltil
.with having averted what threaten**-*
to be a serious disturbance. An uproar followed the ruling, nhyufeat
clashes were Imminent, and It U reported weapons were drawn.
During the day regular Demoeneie
members had spoken apparently te
#aln delay against so-called lew-enforcement measures supported by tto
fus'onlsts and designed to mnke -pw-
hlbitlcn cfrectlve in Tennessee. tt
was nearly 6 o'clock when Repreron-
tativo McDadn presented
motion tn make the measure	
cor��iderntlon a special order at ��
o'clock. Representative Wlleon ���u'eg
��� Mnrnaimt. Speaker Staaton cuBaoT
for ayes nnd noes and declared tse-
house adjourned without
representative   McDad*
trward the speaker t
*fr Plsher, who wea ���
between them and the u.
chtwber.   Mr. JfcDade ���^������� rutm wott
Supply Co.
. O. Box 2 Ptranca i am
641 Columbia St
Send your orders
early today. We close
at noon for the opening
of the Exhibition. Oar
last delivery for the day
will leave at eleven
We will not close
again during the week.
Annandale Tea, a new shipment
received;   per lb -3S*
Three   lbs Sl.OO
This in absolutely the best
value fn tea that can lie had. We
recommend it to our customer..
sis a good family tea at a very
reasonable price. Take'some of
It home witb yon during fair
Vineapplen, 3 tins 25ft
Tomatoes, per tin   JOC
Poaches, 2 tins  2S&
Yacht Salmon, regular 15c,
at   10*
Greater Westminster "HAVf ACCKS
All notices ol meetings, entertain-; pitched near the horse Bhow building,
ments. sales of work, etc.. In this j there arc three of the order on duly
foiumn are -char-jed for at the ratal from 10 ln tbe morning tilt tbe grounds
of  10  cents per  line.    Please do not I close at nigh!.
ask members of the staff to break this
rule, as their instructions are positive.
B-icause  of  thc   Ex.
The usual meeting ot the Progressive association will not he held this
���week on account of thc exhibition.
Jurors  Relieved.
All the pent jurors other than those
engaged in the Dean case have beon
relieved from duty until next Monday.
Kvery thing Is ready to handle emergency cases. Should the occasion arise,
while a rest room alio has been till*
r'shed for any ladles who care to use
it.    A contribution hox Is to be round
j within  the tent end  It  is hoped  that
i friends of the order Will not overlook
this, ns the work is in urgent need
of funds, and any  support  which  the
��� public  mny feel disponed lo give.
The  Victorian  Order  tent  is  being
I run jointly by the New Westminster
land llurnaby branches.
Kor  all  building   supplies  and   fuel
oil apply to tbe B. C. Transport Co. .HOME
|Ltd., 50.j Westminster Trust building. |
OSCicc phone S2li,  wharf phone 880.
Granted a Holiday.
City Treasurer J, J. Mackay lias
been granted a holiday during e:.hibi
tion week, and Mr. Ollchrlst, assistant
treasurer, will execute Mr. Mackay's
duties during his absence.
Ker   plumbing,
metal work const:'
say. Eighth   and
Phone 538,
heating   and   sheet
t Merrlthew & Hum-
Carnarvon   streets.
Supply Co.
Letters Patent Arrive.
An e-fir'al communication from E.
I. Nownomba, deputy minister of
Justice, Otlawa, was received by the
oily council yesterday inclosing the
letters patent transferring to the city
the portion of the penitentiary reserve
formerly owned by the Dominion gov-
ernr.icnl on the waterfront.
Visitors at the provincial exhibition
I are to have the opportunity to buy
home made preserves put up by the
best lady housekeepers In the interior, according to the report which
comes from Kaslo nlong wltll the exhibit, of the Kaslo Women's Institute.
The ladles of that cily. noting the
fact that tiiere was abundance of good
fruit going to waste in the district for
Inck of a market, have been working
together in the Women's Institute and
have put up a quantity of Jam and pre-
h"-"= wbl��h have bren sent lo thc
exhibition. The consignment has been
Money to loan  on
improved  cily    and
9 per cent. Alfred W.
flrst mortgages,
farm property
Mcl.eod. (1983)
olaced in charge of the Local Council | engaged on certificate by
of Women, which organization has
been authorized to sell the tasty display. Th" fruit, which has been put up
by tlle Kaslo ladies with the greatest
care, is of exceptionally fine grade
and will, without doubt, lind a ready
sale long before exibltlon week
(Continued irom rage une)
according to section ti (last clause) of i
the contract, which reads:  "The con-j
tractors to keep a proper pav roll snd ;
lo produce same, and all receipts lor
labor and material, I'or Uie inspeot.on
by the englnee, or any authorised per
son ef ihe   corporation   when   called ;
upon"    That the contractors be noli-*
lnd tbal I may have access to the pav i
roll at any reasonable time.   In which
case I have no doubt I shall then be
able to see that the labor clauses Ol !
lhelr agreement are being carried oui j
In lis entirety.
'lhe labor situation in the oily nl
iho present time is acute, many rale j
payers and residents being out oi
work. These men fee! with justillra I
lion lhal work, the money f(,r which
is being supplied by the ratepayers,
Bhould If at. all possible by done by
resident labor;
On llie motion of Alderman Dodd
the report was received and the
recommendations embodied thoreln
Supplementing lhe report was a
recommendation of the harbor com-
mltteo that all men employed iiv the
contractors shall in future onlv 1>"
the building
inspector, as representing the civic
employment bureau lhat lhey are
eligible for such employment. >
Tin* reoonimecdaUon was adopted
by the council.
Giving  Address.
Hev. Canon Hinchcliffe. grand chaplain nf the grand lodge of British Columbia,   will  Rive  an  address at
Union Ledge, No. 9, A. K. & A. M
Hammer and nail  were walking in
hand en Sockeye Hun yesterday, while
the rasp of the saw  was  heard over
lhe  babel cf voices as some new ar-
thej rival would drop his load at the spot
. at whero Manager MacKenzie had all*-'.
Cu'M'eme Court Ju-'-e.
Regina, Bept. 29.- B. L. Blwood was
this morning sworn In as a supreme
coun judge for Iiie province of S��a
katchewan by his honor Lieutenant
Governor Hrown in the presence of
l-ord Chief Justice Haultaln In private  audience.     He  will  take  up  ills
duties immediately.
Nor is he worried
with the fluctuations of
the stock market nor
real estate depressions.
He goes right along
with his work without
We have placed millions on mortgages for
investors and they have
never lost one cent of
principal or interest and
they have made money,
too, because money at 8
per cent, doubles itself
in about-8 years.	
We are thoroughly
equipped to relieve you
of all bother regarding
it. We wiii secure tbe
mortgage, look after all
collections, etc., for a
very small percentage.
Call in and let us tell
you more about our
Declaration of Trust
Dominion Trust
New Westminster
The Perpetual Trustee.
C. S. KEITH, Manager.
4 Per Cent, on I)��-pa-_;its.
Offices: Vance*ver, Victoria.
New Westioimtcr, Nsualiuo,
Caljtary, Winnip-c-r,, Mint real,
Charlottetown. l-niufcw, Eng,
Antwerp. Belgium.
the regu
al S o'clcclt tomorrow night. This will
be a unique opportunity for any visiters at llie exhibition, who are members of the craft, and Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith r'ves assurance that they
be cordially welcomed.
thc ;
Hurry Tidy, who has charge of
lie  cf  the   boxes  for  tiie  hcrse
for   this   week,   will   be   at  his
corner of Columbia  and  Lorne
neeUng which will be held il.d hlm space for his concession.
One curious Blgfe was policed bv
The News man as lie Btrolled through
thc worjeers akng the run. This whs
a sign running lhe wholo length era
(able be_iins the legend "ice cream
ind cr.ld drinks." On tho table were
all tiie accoutrements necessary for
a hot des ccuntcr r.nd the cil stive
v.ao sizzling away preparing m;al_ for
Che workers in the vicinity. Little
sign there was of Ice cream or cold
drinks, thc vendor explaining be had
lost all in a flre und only for the assistance cf some kind friends liai.
heen to rig up his shanty.
Throughout tbe whole of the aniline
menl run vvas the cheery sign of
optimism. The peanut looked wistfully at the crowd of small hoys who
were engaged in reconnottering In
view of the great  doings of the next
special," a candy tit for a king, will''' A  '"   '
be on sale at reduced prices through-
Streets, this morning between the
hours of 9 ar.d 1 o'clock, where ho vvill
he pleased '.o have any person wish-
ino boxos to call cr ri.ig up on "hone
184 L. (21511
Right  to  Front.
Well to the front In Ihe   list of bargain  sales during exhibition  week  is
the announcement of K. K. Hill, druggist, to the effect that "Hill's Saturday
N.DONAl-D���The funeral of Leo
McDonald, the 2') year old son of Mr
and Mrs. It. C. McDonald, 119 Agnes
streel, who died or. Thur.iday. Septem.
ber 25, tcok place on Sunday morning
from the family residence lo Bt.
Peter's cathedral, interment va.; In
'.lie Rorcan Catholic cemetery, The
following were the pall bearers:
Messrs. N. i'letcher. .1
Dickinson, W, Keary,
and II. Lougbran.
cAOisters Limited
Extra Values in the Furniture Department
A $10.50 BEDSTEAD, COMPLETE,  FOK  $7.95.
This I:: a very special price Inducement to buy In our Kurnttiiro Department, this Exhibition Week. ThlB
set consists of a strong white enamel bed witli braH ornaments, strong, serviceable spring, with a good
COttoa top mattress.    1'OU have the choice of all sizes at the same price;  regular $10.60 bedstead   complete
'"'��� ��7.98
$17.50 DRESSER AND STAND FOR $12.50.
A full size golden oak finish dresser and stand; dretser with large mirror and two largo and two small
drawers.    This  is 8 ver.*.  ..vlra va.ue anil Weil worth $17.50. n set.    Tor Inhibition Week you can purchase
Ihis Bl 1  of dn sier ami stand, complete, for _-.12.iiO
$12.50 CHIFFONIERE  FOR $8.50.
A full size gplden elk Chiffoniers, with large mirror.   This is Standard t\2.nl) value.   Special for inhibition
W8ek at S8.S0
A few odd parlor chairs will he offered at special clearance  prices during  this  week;  all  with  good  sllli
upholstering; each one a real bargain.    Triced, each, from , my en
$11.50 MORRIS CHAIRS FOR $9.95.
Cosy, comfortable Morris chairs, with big loose green  velour cushions;   big  roomy chairs;   regular $11,80
values.    Kach for     S9.9S
The best make of collapsible go-cart;  upholstered In Btrong green American leather; steel parts;  made for
all kinds of hard wear; regular $5.7.. each.   Speolal for mj* ttm
A special value In s'roug, serviceable dining chairs; made in hardwood, with high backs; golden oak Knla
Tbcce "111 he sold during this Exhibition Week at a special price, each tas **:*���
FALL COATS AT $15X0. -_._.   -,.,,,       ,_,,,.
Smart Tailored Sklrti for women; In a range of
Special for exhibition week, we are giving extra new styles; In tailored skirts; made In new tweeds;
speolal values in Ladie_' new fall coals. We have gray, navy and black tailor's serges; all sizes; per-
gathered   from   cur   big   slock   a   large   selection   of      feet shape and fit.    Specially priced from S5.50 to
coats ti    .���������,:���.���' iroin, embracing all the new cio'.hii, 3-.0C
In tweeds, coatings, curl cloths, etc.    There are six-	
es to tit all, and many ox;r.i values wlll be found ~~ """	
in this assortment   The styles include smart  ef" ,*, (->.,_, ,.���,,, .��_���._��_>��._____�����
feets  for   walking  and  good   loose  wrap  coats    for      . UUH 8TOVE DEPARTMENT.
driving, etc.;   all suitably trimmed.    Kor this ex-    >ou will And a complete assortment of Oak Heater*
hlbltlon  week  sale you. can  Belcol  anv  ooal  In  this     "ml   "���'"   BlaiM,  varied .In  price  to  meet  every  de-
range for   SIS OO    "l:,,"i    Bummer heat in winter weather when vou
  n*ve one Of our heaters Installed in your borne.
THE C-TTtn KIND. AT $12.30 to $23.03. BLA8T.
Just opened up, .- new season's range of mannish special value at S33.50
rtaln coats for women. These are all made from lhe With coal Iron ornamental encasing* steel bodv l.u-
best guaranteed materials; cut and finished in the plex grate, for any kind of eoal or wood This is
loose slip-on Bhspes.   For general usefulness, as a     an entirely new heater constructed on modem lines
fall garment, ItCtblng can equal these coats; Sizes The finish is plain, smooth and attractive. Special
le  fit  everyone.    Special  values  rrom  $12.50  '"      value at Sfatt en
S2C.CC'.    ******.**Q
badwell,   R. .
I.   McNamara
BURKE- The death took place in
the cily on Sunday of .lohn liaptlste
llurke, aged 01) years, who was a native
of Quebec and formerly a miner In
the Yukon. The body has been removed to Bowell's undertaking establishment and funeral arrangements
will be made later.
out the week. Mr. Hill has made arrangements to have this brand of
candy made expressly for him alone.
The r-ffer made this week is to allow
everybody to become acquainted with
the toothsome chocolates. Hill's name
's back of every box sold from his
Six in a Row.
Six of British Columbia's seven
representatives in the Dominion par-
liamenl were in the city yesterday afiernoon. four of them paying a visit
���.���iiii Col. J. I). Taylor, M. P. The.
visitors   were   H.   H.  Stevens,   ,\I.   !'.. I
[.Vancouver; H. S. Clement, M. P., Co-;
imox-Atlln; P. H. Shepard, M. P., .Va- !
nalmo; ('. s. Barnard, M. P��� Vllctpria,
and    R. F. G ���een,    M. P.,    Kootenav. j
I Mr. Stevens Informed The News that :
the visit was purely one of pleasure.'
I Everybody seemed in be keyed up
to llie pitch.    Many  worked way into ���
ith" nighl BO that by neon loday the
annual Sockeye Hun will be in full
A. F. & J\r   A. M.
UNION  LODCE  NO. 9.  A.  F. & A.  M,
The new cents for children and misses ar" al! here,'
in a bright array of pretty shades and styles.    .Iust
the  coals  you  are  thinking  of  for  this  fall     They
come in  shapes to suit every ape;   all  made  in   the
newest materials.    Specially  priced  from   	
  S2.7S to R3.50
This  assortment contains  goods  suitable  for ladies
I r chlldron's dresses    Many useful cloths. as -erg. b,
meltons, lustres, cashmeres, etc, In colors of black,
brown, navy, green, black and  .vhiie ('.eeks. cr" cos.
the widths vary from   .-I to 62 inches.
per yard  	
Tapestry, in plain or figured patterns, with fringe
and gimps to match; just the thing for covering that
cosy corner or comfortable old couch. Prices to
sui ail pocketbeoks. Per yard at Sl.OO. Sl 25
to 53.50
Come Odd  End�� of Silk Tapeitry for Cushion Tops
at Prices You Can't Afford *to Mln
plaids,  etc.;
Your choice,
Social and P
Insure with Alfred W. MeLeod. tho
insurance man. All kinds written.
Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
'-'till   a   liyz*.*ry-.
No mere light vas thrown on    the
suicide mystery  which  took  i lace on
Sunday evening when    an    unknown
'   VI mail  was  found  dead     111     a     local
letti, the police falling lo see;,:,, any
li *   as would lead to the id ntlty of
tin   victim,    An Inquesl was bi M over
i ll ��� body in Murchie's morgue yester-
] iay afternoon   in  charge of Coroner
McQuarrie, bul  with tbe exception ol
bringiug i'i a verdict (f death having
bei n eat.s* d through the taking of car-
bi 'ir  i eld,  ,;. '������  . Ise  could  bo  done.
' Tivc small clue which appeared  witb
ill"- lind ng ( : ihe word Detroil on the
1 ri mau'fl watch and klmona, has been
! followed up,    althougb    thli    Blerdei
I Item  connect .1  �� Ith  the death  dees
| noi give the police very much hope of
Edward Btonnont,   rqadmaster
he B. C. E. i>... li ii yesterday for
Old  homo in  Richmond.  Queb KJ.
vvill b? away aboul  three weeks.
J, M. MeLeod, of l.os Angeles. Cal,,
brotber of A. N. MeLeod. of this city.
ls in town, accompanied by J, Dagnon,
a prominent attorney of southern California aud a business associate of
Mr; McLeod's.
At the Kits.-oil -C. B, Walker, itose
|City; Ceo. Lavayen, St. Paul; !'. L.
LaRsard, A. i.. Tomlln, Toronto; A. E.
WilEon, Win, clagg. (I. P. Davis. Van-
leeuver: ,In<-.-A.-T-urrH-r-r-H^y<'e Wright,
| Calgary.
At the Windsor !���:. White, Mill
Cree.k; Colin Mulr, A. Davis. Wm.
Graham, Chilliwack; K. T. Bourne,
Revelstoke; J. M, Welsh, Eburne; II.
| il. .li lies, Vancouver; W. J, and Mrs.
Oraham,   Miss  Grandy,   Port  Haney;
The regular meeting cf tho   abovo
.lodge will be held In ihe Kreemafcui -
hall  on   Wednesday   evening,  Octobir
��� is'. 191'.. at S o'clock.    V. W. Bro. I i ���
fl"   It.v. i _non .1. ttlnchcliffe will deliver
his  an addn ss,
''"      Members    cf    sister    lodges    and
Masonic  visitor*!  to tbe ci'y are cordially invited to nttend.
By cider rf the VV. M.
W. A. DE\V<
shades of brown.
$^ 95, t.i 00, |6 60,
Several Hues of Cretonne.
ed patterns; all shades.
2Cc. 2Sc
pa I r
green  and   red.
is.r.u sin.no. .,.
in large and small flgur-
I'rlce  per yard, at 15c,
isters Limited
Civic Half Holiday.
In aooordanoe with usual ouster I
hereby proclaim Tuesday, Septemb r
30, from 12 o'clock, a Civic Half Holiday, and respectfully invite the oltl
zeMB generally to so observe the came,
A. W. GRAY, Mayor.
Mayor's Office, Sept. 25. nil".
Irs. Murphy,
M. U D,
follow bsIi .-*.. bul Russell Is
"till si lling ni .*. a' : Becond-band
furniture cheaper Uian any other
-:"re fiet hla prices hefore buying
(Aeewhere. Westminster Auction
House, King's hotel block. Columbia
streeL (2HJ)
Helped Judge Poultry.
VV. Beleham, Kamloops. visited the
Burqultlam fair on Saturday and assisted the poultry judge in his duties.
'���- ite!,.,,.,,,, 'x-jt secretary to the Uur-
''tuiilam Agricultural society last yearl-
���mid naturally helped to place it in its  Ins  the   proposed   extension
TO GET $70,000
Mas. Bac.
Singing,   Piano,   Theory.
Kor Terms and  llour-i Apply at
Studio,  1011  Hamilton  Street.    Phone
1319 R. (1977)
:- rga Rips Pe irs, '���', lbs...
1  " it b Snow Apples, per box
Three  lbe	
Fancy i r< amory Butti r, :: lh
Fresh  Eggs,  pi r doz. 4QC  te  5flc
St.* lhi ad and  Ri I  Spring Balmon,
?���:��� ii,	
Bmoked  Halibut  and Salmon, KI)
Flnan I laddie, etc.
(Surtesscr to Ayling & Swaln.)
147 Columbia  St. Phone 90
In tho West End.   Corner 7th Ave. and 20th St. Half
lilock from Vancouver car.
FROl*L$800 UP.
Terms $100 duwn and $100 every four month.-,.
716 Columbia St.     ;.12-:.i:. Westminster Trust Bldg.
I'hone ,S5R. phone 85L.
s to
Ee   Used   to  Complete   Hor-
Funding���Cas  By-la.v
Read Thi.-.: Time.
Alderman Kellington at last nl bt'i
council meeting ca behalf ������'
thc finance committee reported that
the committee with the mavor had
arranged to gel $70,000 from the Banit
of Montreal tor thp completion nf the
liosnltal building in condition of hypothecating the flO&OOO bonds authorized by the hospital hy-law. This
would enable them to Unlsli the hospital building.
The council approved of the action
of the committee and the necessary
granted it to complete the deal.
The city engineer wrote enclosing P
plan of the B. ('. E. K. company show
and Mi��B
1..U.A M .   A.It r M.
Lessons In Pianoforte, Viol u, Sing
InK,  Voice    Production    Theory    t it
class or privately), Karmony. fount t-;
point, Musical Form  ai d  History.
Pupils prepared   for   ths   exitmlna ���
tlona of the Associated Board of   the
Royal  Academy  ct   Music and  Royal |
College of Music.   Also   Prcfess'ciial I
Diplomas. Teacher or  Performer,
;.v.,.   I,���..<,   ,.(.    spply   51   I.ff-ri'i I
Street.   T'hrn��41in. (2087)
Residence V. W. C. A.       Phone 1324.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bldu.
ot their
Day sessions Uie entire year.
Night session Mnndav. Wednesday and Friday jHrenings.
Individual Instruction Sn Bnprtliaiid,
Touch Typewriting. Rookkeopiui.'
Arithmetic, SpcBiag. J'cninsnshlp nud
allied subjects by spceiallnU at tirthc.
rii BJ.'Ml.
[..������sent,  prosperous  condition.    lie  is
''���lirlited with his homestead in tho
Kamloops district, where Ib engaged
<i mixed farming.   At the Heppley Agricultural ehow last week lie vvas sue- I
!essful in winning iwo firm prizes and I
two Beconds  In  potatoes and carrots
iul of seven exhibits, At the Kam-
'��� Bhow he was awarded a first
���"���i/e for his wheat, Mr. Beleham he-1
'Idea renewing n1d friendships will
take in the New Westminster exhibition this week and leave for home
early next week.
Notice Be a peer of good taste and
gel your borbering done at the Hub
Barber Bhop, Dominion Trust block,
where cleanliness and good workman-
frtilp is a specialty. A new artist lias
rbeen added to the slafT. (Jive us a
triul. Satisfaction guaranteed. .1. R.
���Coon, proprietor. (21S0)
I_. BOUCK. Principal.
6)0 Colombia St
���'���--.lf>l far.'lltfes are well provided
for this season at the fair grounds and
ii- the tent In charge of the Victorian
Order   of   Nurses   which   lias   been
line to QueenshoroiiKh Kwen avenue
He reoammended the approval e.f fJi��� ���
plan subject to the same conditions
imposed upon the ('. N. R company,
in reference to grades, where I ricks
cross the streets, precautions In crossing the water main 'n Kwen avenue
prohibition of locomotives crossing
l.ulu Island bridge, etc.
The    engineer's     recommendations
were adopted.
The  gas hy-law   was  read  r   thlnl
time and passed,
The debenture Interest'converBlor
bylaw was read a first Mine.
The bylaw proposes to Increase p-
Interest on three by-laws from 4V4 tn
5 per cent., to facilitate the sale of the
honfls.     The   by-IflWB   are   the   water-
works extension, $75,000; the hospital
hv-la��-. $100,000, and parks bylaw,
Fancy and Evening Dresses
a Specialty,
Roftni 14, Smith Block.
P. Burns & Co. Ltd.
Palace  Market, Columbia St.,  Phones
1200,  1201,  1202.
Sappsrton   Market,   Phone   120).
Eighth   St.   Market,  Phono  1205.
Edmonds   Market,  Phone  L8B3.
Cct our Prices on Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Rotary
Cut Fir Veneer Panels.
Delivered on thc Job.
Enqulrs about our special sto;l<ea, they are money savers.
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
Get in Line.
Port Coqultlam, Sept. 29.���Port Co-
quitlam will be represented at the
opening of the Kingsway tomorrow at
I'l'ittiii Park by several members of
Hip council and a few prominent citizens. The party intend ongajlnn an
auto for the affair.
Short Term Loans
F. J. HART & CO.,
We write Ftro,
Established 1891.
Life, Accident, Employers'
Marine  lnsurun��e.
Liability,   Automobile   ana |
New Westminster Fair
SEPT. 30-OCT 4.
During the week of trie New Westminster Annual Fair a special rountl 1 rip rate of single fare and
a third will be offered from all points on thc Fraser
Valley line to New Westminster. Tickets good for
return passage until October 6.


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