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New Westminster and the Lower
Mainland. Light to moderate winds;
| generally fair   with    stationary    or
'ier temperature.
VOLUME 8, NUMBER  187.
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER,   B.C.,   THUR3DAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1913.
TRAVERSE TRIAL
OF MARTIN POWELL
Will Attempt to Prove Alibi
When Case Comes up
for Trial.
Makes Application to Recover Money
���Dean May Be Tried Again
at Once.
The trial of Martin I'owell on ihe
charge of robbing the Dank Ol Muni
real,  lias been  traversed to  tin-  next
assizes. That was the order of the
Honorable   Justice  Clement   In   the
assise court yesterday, upon an application by J. 11. Reeve, K.C, Vancou
ver, counsel for uceused.
The crown did not seriously oppose
the traverse, although It wub tnasii
fesl they would have preferred proceeding at once with the cuse
Whether the retrial of Charles Dean.
also on tlie   charge  of   robbing   the
Ijanh. will proceed nt the present as-
���lies, or he traversed until the next,
wlll lie decided today, after lioariHK
counsel for crown und I loan The
crown desire a traverse and the defence wlll press for un Immediate
trial.
In the event of the Dean case nut
proceeding at once the next cases
Scheduled   are   those   connected   with
tin- Nanaimo riots.
Martin Pow ill was ushered into tlie
prisoner's iiurk this morning promptly
at   in .it.
Mr Hnve, K.C, immediately renew-
I'd   blS applloatlon   for  tt  traverse   to
the nexl aasUss,   Counsel said ii w����
evidence, hotel registers in the differ
ent states that he hnd visited, before
and after tlie date of the robbery,
establishing his whereabouts lo an
almost certainty that lie could not
have had a bund in the rubbery.
Tlie sfllduvlt further    pcipted    out
that tliere was only one man who had
stati (1  lm saw  hlin  in  Nuw  Westmin-
': i. r atul he hud mistaken another man
I fm- blm, described as wiih brown hair
! mul brown moustache.
Various witnesses referred to In biB
i previous aflitluvlt,  were essential    In
I establishing hls defence,  and  be was
advised  by  counsel  lhat It   wuuld  lie
impossible Without thetn    tu    go   on,
fairly,   with  liis  trial  ut this assl7.es.
Accused  declared  lie  was  Innocent
of  the charge nnd  a stranger  to the
province.     Ills  funds  were  exhausted.
and   it   would   lie   useless  to   face his
trial   without   money   to   defray     the
expense of cKtahllshlug Ills defence.
There were Beveral hundreds of
dollars belonging to hlin, taken posses
sion of by the police, which. It was
not pretended was money stolen from
the bank. It was absolutely necessary that the money should be paid
over    to    secure     his     defence    and
expenses of his witnesses, as that was
the only source he had. as he could
not hope for further assistance from
liia friends, their funds having been
already severely taxed by his extradition proceedings.
lie was unable to give the names of
his witnesses fur a certainty at present and even If he could, be did uot
think lie should be compelled to do so
fur fear nt Intimidation.
Mr. Keeve said he did not wish
CHEMICALS CAUSED
VOLTURNO FIRE
Third Officer of Ill-Fated
Ship Tells of Explosion
of Drum.
FIRST OF SURVIVORS
REACH NEW YORK
PRICE FIVE CENT!
INIEREST1NG fIGHTS    NO DUKEDOM EOR   NO VFRIFICATION       JHUERTA IN BAD
IN BY-EIECIIONS     p^ mm      OF RESIGNATIONS
Three Seats Vacsnt in House of Commons and Ontario Politicians
Are Busy.
Bravery  of Officers���Thrilling   Nana
tive ol Hours on Fire Ridden
Liner.
Ottawa, Oct IT, Three by-elections
will be held In Ontario for the house
of commons before the opening of
parliament���Baal Middlesex next!Greet Gathering of Notables at Royal
Tuesday, South Bruce on Oct. 30 uud j
.South Lanark, for which the date has
Created Knight of Thistle
and Major of His Regiment.
not been fixed. In these the interest 1
Is centered in South llruce, where both j
sides are potting up a flght.
The South llruce vacancy was caus-1
ed by the elevation of James Don-1
nelly,  member from 1908,
Wedding In Ancient Chapel-���
Many Valuable Presents.
Reports thst -Members of Csbinet Will
Resign Will Not Be Confirmed
for a Time.
Ottawa, Oct. 15. -"The recurring re.
port of the resignations of various
members of Mr. Borden's cabinet are
not likely to be verified In fact until
after the coming session of parliament." says an Ottawa despatch to
th-e Montreal Daily Mall. The withdrawal of Hon. Louis Coderre, Hon.
Iiruno Mantel, Hon. Mr. Pelletler,
Hon. Mr. Crothers and Hon. Dr. Roche
have all been predicted.
"Some of these resignations, lt Is
said on good authority, will probably
New Vork, Oct
lu und  sheltered
vivors of the steamship Volturno to
arrive in this country, 106 In number,
brought Into port by the (Jrosger Kur-
furst, the North (iennan Lloyd liner
that sent the first rescue boat careering act ons the heavy seas to remove
passengers and crew trom the burning!
ship.
rom the lips of some of the Volturno survivors there came today de
scriptions which accentuated the
heroic conduct of the Volturno's captain, oliicerB aud crew and of men
who manned the life boats that put
forth Irom olher ships.
The explosion of a drum containing
I chemicals was  the cause of the lire.
U, ]according to the story told by Waldron
London, Oct. 15.���Prince Arthur of
...,-,.     ,��� l? .\he f9?"IConnaught, son of the Duke of Con-
ate.    W.  D. Carglll, son of tho  late . ���    .. ,    _ ���
Henry Carglll, for years member for|"auBtlt' K��vtr"or general of Canada,
Kast Itruee, In the Conservative candl-1 "���'���*���* married today to I'rincess Alex-joccur within the next year, but none
date, and  H, E. Traux, once member , andra  Victoria, Duchess of  Fife, eld-1 are likely to come just when the gov-
Ncw Vork took jof the house of commons, and after-'est daughter of the widowed Princess j ernment is preparing for the session,
today  the flrst sur-  wards In the Ontario legislature, is the   Uoyal.    The ceremony  took  place In , It is believed that Dr, Roche, whether
Liberal nominee. [thu   ancient   chapel    of   St.    James | he -retires or not, on account of   his
ThlB riding, as It now stands, was i Palace.    Fewer than 3o0 persons wit-1 health,  would  be  relieved  of the im-
formed in 1804 when P. 11. McKenzie,! nessed  the  ceremony,  but  not  since | migration branch of the interior   de-
Liberal, defeated James Donnelly by j the coronation of   King   George had , partment, this being added to the pro-
144.    In 1908 Donnelly won by 193 and  there been such a gathering of royalty  posed     new     department   of   public
| In  1911  by 104.    The contest  ln  this [and notable personages. ......
riding is psrtlcularly interesting as besides King George. Queen Marv,
there ls n large German vote and the Queen Mother Alexandra, the King
result is thought to indicate the atti-] and Queen of Norway and other royal
tude of the German-Canadians on the relatives of the couple, the congrega-
navy question. | tlon consisted of the diplomatic corps,
Kaet   Midlesex  ls  considered  to be|lhtt  members of  the  British  cabinet,
health," says the despatch.
a sure Conservative seat and the con \ mcmben 0, the rova, household, and iof the WeHand"can"ar camn'n'toda;
trespass   further     on     the     court's
patience, but It was a matter of very
great  importance to them.
Month to Prepare.
Mr fctaoneil remarked that the   in-
I iJisselman, third oflicer of the Vol-
lunio. Disselman gave a thrilling
i narrative of lbe long hours spent on
I thc lire    ridden    ablp.    lighting    the.
I a few distinguished civilians
Enters Church.
The bride entered the   church   be-
l tween  King George  and her mother.!
I but a contract will not be  awarded
until the end of the week.
WITH UNCLE SAM
Militant and Naval Demonstration   Suggested   as
Precautionary Move.     t
GERMANY SENDS
ANOTHER CRUISER
Mexican   Situation   Grows   Keener-
Crisis Almost Reached, But le
Temporarily Delayed. * '
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ANOTHER GERMAN CRUISER.
Berlin, Oct. 15.���The German
protected cruiser Vineta, in
addition to the Pertha, were
ordered today to proceed to
American waters, owing to the
disturbance in Mexico.
Washington, Oct. 15.���.���JdmlniBtrar
tlon officials up to the hour of closing
the government departments today
were without advices as to the reault
The Court The absence of material
witnesses .
Mr. Hecve    Yes. my lord
Counsel, conilnulng, said that if his
Instructions were correct and he be
lieiiil they -were, he cuiilil prove sue
oessfully to the Jury by several wit-1
neewl that Powell could not have
been hen- ai Hie time of tbe robbery
Ue would not take the rink of proving
Hll   allU   WithOUt   the   fullest   evidence
The Court asked what about the
time that bnd elapsed since tlie leal
application?
Mr   Iteeve Raid he had done cveiry-
lliuil-  in reason.    He bad   wrltt, n  the |
bnlii Itom,  who acted  for hlm  In    the |
States, usking whether it  would  he
possible to  bring the eaio to trial al
the present nsslres     lie proposed put   j
lliiK  that   letter und  lho  reply   before,
llie    coutt.    A    number   of witnesses
would hove to be secured.    He Intend
id iiucing tliis man's movements, be (
fore anil after the date cf the robbery,
nml show it was-Improbable, if not Impossible, lhat Powell OOUld have been
here on the date alleged.
Hotel Registers.
The testimonies of hotel registers
m (Iitferi nt states with regard to this
man's goings and comings would be
adduced to the same effect, lie had
not the names of the witnesses, at
pres, nt, for a certainty. The Bcllcitors
In Detroit bad to interview parlies In
the neighboring states, persons who
wire   lo  establish  certain   facts,  and
before   that  could   be dune,   finally,
there had to be, necessarily, communications between the solicitors and
himself, Powell's solicitors wrote that
It  was impossible for    this    man
Tenders for Nssssu Dam.
Ottawa, Oct. 15.���Tenders are being
called   for  the   Nassau   dam  on   the * *
Trent canal, to be received up to Oc- * * * ��� * * * * * * * * * ���* *> *
tober 30.    Proposals for Bection  two
.    m..*.    wv>-   i mi  imii'ii;    in     i ti it    rtivtu     ri / ,ti *_*.(, ri. 11.1      'nn ml    t _ _ _��    Xiv��_1"
test there Is creating little Interest.
The district of East Middlesex ag now-
constituted was formed In 1904 and in
m^sufeSiV^^h.^; ~ rs r^ vna uer ?rer-
ing  bv  219 ln  1904. 249  ln  190K  and'ii,he  n%.e  bridesmaids  were  Princess \    Regina,  Oct.   15.���John   Taylor.   18 of the reported conference in Mexico
6G1 in 1911. iMary, daughter    of    the    King    and .years old, was let out on suspended  City  ot  the  entire  diplomatic  corps.
Fsmlly Quarrel Queen;  Princess Maud, only sister of (sentence    th's    morning  In  the  cltylThia    development   In   tbe   situation.
South 1-anark hag never returned a the brlde '���    Prlnce-aa   Victoria   and  court after pleading guilty to robbing!following    upon    President  Wll-aou'e
���Liberal    to   the house of commons   Princess Helena of Teck,   daughtera the malls for the purpose ot securing aharp note declaring that the United
flames  repairing the WWnfed wireless ��� Morris.  Conservative, wae  elected  In of lhe DuWe and Duchess    ot    Teck,   magazines to read.    A bond ot 12000  Statea  waa .hocked at the "lawleee-
Ulam   lowering life boata  uuietlnc the  1S��*  and  held the  riding until  1S72.  and Princess Mary, the little daughter  wae put up go that the man would notlneae" of General Huerta ln assuming
panic stricken   steering the vessel by lwhen he was succeeded by John Haa-  ot pTlllce ���****��� Princess   Alexander   of  again commit a robbery. la dictatorship over Mexico, waa taken
hand to keen ht-r from drirttn-c���while iaart.   who  sat  continuously   for  this (Teck. ' \to   mean  here   that   foreign   go-vein-
,���, ���,���,.,-,      I,  ��..-������.,, a-*\*&^\*h*^^��� March....The page, were Prince John,    thej 1W Lot. for tttOO. \mento might bring preseure to be-arta
up to this time some of the wllnesaoe. |auiall. craft  frcm  other ships  lo    ac
impossible fur accused to go un at the ;,!���.,������.���, had been served on Beptem
present   stage   and  bs  wae   unable   at ,,,,,_   ,,.   (me  mont*.  ago.  and  the    ac
the moment to give a detailed state   ,.������(,,| had  had  that  time to prepare ihand to keep her from drifting
ment of their defence. \m.    ���,,,������-,,     u  B,.,.Ined pec '
Wlll Prove Alibi.
at   any  rule,  should not  be
I Tliere was (he further (ad to bn borne ;alde,
j in mind thni these witness*
I sworn to bs outside the Jurisdiction
! ot the Canadian courts and eonae-
iiiueiitly could not be subpoened. He
' Supposed on that basis more latitude
iWould  be allowed to accused than In
of thla year.
Mr.    Hag-sari's
majorities
King's youngest son. and Prince Olatt    Moose Jaw.   Oct. 15���The   govern-'.an effort to compose the aituatlon.
,   ii_i.i���   ciimniiMi the luurnev to the Vuitunios       ---- -' ���   ���    ranged (of Norway, a popular favorite   ln Eng I ment gale of lot. today at Chaplin waa L.Qenf.r<\v Hu��ta's decree taking unto
t��� !S    M,.�� ttt?     ��. wT"t    'rom    32< to    U6T-    An    interesting Uud. (considered eatlsfactory.   T. M Wilson. I Wmself leglalatlve as well.as exec*
L^i burned to; death? wlieE thtv'were cut  ,*-m**-' garret la being waged In the      The ceremony waa    performed   by auctioneer of   Mooae  Jaw, conducted Y��* "��*"_�� n���� swept agide all hop*
r.T^'.ff bv fame.Diewfma i reoorted Conservative party In thi. connection,  the    Archbl.hop    of Canterbury,   the  the  sale.    Four  hundred and  eighty- ?"��***"�� Huerta regime  would  re-��e-
,.,,,���, . n ns nam. s. t iiss. i,i,.-,ii r. poi tea.        A convenllon wag hein|[ held at Perth  Bishop of London    as    dean of    the nine lota were put up and 160 were|UW1,h constitutional  government or
(Continue!! r* Page Knur)
LIBERALS Will
PROTEST LIECTION
Action for Appeal Will Bc
Taken at Once���Conference Yesterday.
Pro.ecution.   Will   Follow   a.   Matter
of Course, Says Hon. Tydney
Fisher.
at least, three month_.
The Court"~The question of wit-
nesses should have bi en well to the
fore In the oxtradith n proceedings
Mr,  Iteeve- I hive endeavored
i  l conscientiously In the matter.
The Court���Vou have only been re-
tal :id within n very short time.
Mr. Iteeve  -He could not know what
to
Moutreul, Oct. 15.���"The election of
Chateauguay wlll be protested," said
Hon. Sydney Fisher, after a lengthy
conference of the leaders of the Liberal party und prominent Liberals of
to |Chateauguay,    held   at   the Windsor
gather hla evidence togetiier, and be,hotel lllia afternoon.    Action for the
In a position to get a fair trial before. ]appeal wm be token at once, it is said,
as there ta a strong feeling among
the Chateauguay Liberals iu favor of
a protest.
"We have evidenco that we will be
able to quash the election," aaid Mr.
Fisher.
"Wlll there bc any prosecutions ?"
Mr. Fisher was asked.
  "I do not see how the guilty    can
the result of these proceedings would escape, when   the   evidence   at   the
be and you cannot overlook the rein-  hearing has    becn   given,"   said Mr.
tlve positions of the parlies. Hla funds I |,-|sher.    "The prosecution wlll follow
nre completely   exhausted,   he   is   a ' ag a matter of course," he added.
stranger in a strange country, his wit-     Those    attending    the    conference
nesses are    scattered    all    ever    the
United    States,   nnd    he    was    only
brought hero within the last three or
four  weeks.    For analogy  take
Dean case.    There Is the significant
fact  that  It  was  a year bofore  my
learned friend, counsel for the crown,
felt safe to go to trial.   Take this man
who simply set his foot on our soil
���within the last   few   weeks   and he
must be rushed to trial.
A. H. Macneil, K.C, for tho crown.
eald he did not wish to be unreasonable. -
The court adjourned further hearing of the application until 2 o'clock
to give Mr. Iteeve an opportunity   of
preparing and submitting his material
in support of his application.
From Powell's Solicitors.
On the resumptlcn of the court Mr.
Iteeve read a   letter   from    Powell's
solicitors In Detroit, to the effect thai
lime was required for tho preparation
���of tho defence and to get the evidence
ol witnesses trom various psrta of the
country, Ohio. Michigan n'id Illinois.
It wss absolutely Impossible for them
to collect these witnesses before two
cr three months at lenst.
Nsver In B. C. Before.
Mr.  lleevo also submitted an affl-
tUvIt by the prisoner, which set out
that hc had never been ln B. C. before and that ho was In a position to
nrovo conclusively that he could not
hnve becn In British Columbia at tha
time   thc robbery   took   place.   He
would ahow his movements before and
nfter the date of the robbery hy the
fral testimony of different parties In
Ihe Stales and also by documentary
Officers' Bravery
Hanking well up with the bravery
displayed hy Captain Inch, of the Vol
jtumo. were the teats if daring of sev-
l��'ral of hi*, officers, among litem 9ec
oud Officer l.loyd. While ten ocean
I-iters uianicuvrcd about the Volturno
after darkness had settled on Thursday Captain Inch wirelessed-
"We can't stand this long. Our boats
are gone.    Send boats."
No rescue  boats came In  rcponsc
to Inch b wireless.
Then Second Officer Lloyd mean ired
up to the mark. Taking four men with
him. be entered a damaged life boat,
the Volturno's lasl, and showed that
it was possible to ride the seas.
Set Er.imple.
Seccnd Oflicer von Carlsberg, of
the (Irosser Kurfurat. told the story
of how l.loyd and his crew get the
example for the ether ships. "We saw
a light���it -was Lloyds pocket lamp |
dancing up ami down and on top of |
the waves," -said von Carlsberg. end '
in a Bhorl time the Volturno's boat
reached ub. Second Officer Lloyd and
his crew were in the b?at and uo
sooner hnd they boarded the Kur-
fuerst than their boat sank, being
nearly full of water. The trio had experimented to see if It was possible
for a small boat to live in thc heavy
seas."
Von Carlsberg commanded the first
life boat that put out toward thc Volturno as a result of Lloyd's venture.
Besides tho Grosser Kurfurst, other
of Uie liners that had come to the
Volturno's assistance, lowered life
boats and assisted in the dangerous
work of rescue.
"When we got alongatde the Volturno,'' said Second Officer von Carls
and   Ur.   Hanna  was chosen.    James'chapel royal and Canon  Edgar Shep
Smith  refused to abide by  the con- j pard. sub dean of the chapel royal.
I VOtt tlon and Is In the tight as an inde-j    After the ceremony the Archbishop'
I pendent.    Smith Falls and  Perth, the  of Canterbury delivered    a short    ad
home of tfV%wo Cor at.* vail ve candl-, dress, saying that while only a few
dat-ea. are two rival towns and a merry , had been abl-e to be present at    the
I war is beini: waged.   South Lanark Isjceremony millions of Britons all over
such a strong Conservative riding the | the world joined  in  rejoicing at    the
Liberals had not intended nominating
a candidate,   but  now  that  two  Con-1 (Continued oa Page Four.)
[servatlves are running they may re-
jconsider their decision. The date for
'thia contest has been fixed
told, realizing 19200.
ANOTHER SUSPECT
HELD IN DETROIT
iPROINENT LABOR
IMD COMING
be able to cope with the increasing
vigorous fighting of the Constitutionalists.
Three Methods.
Both   President  Wilson  and  Secretary Bryan are turning over In their
minds the possibility of a more aggressive course of action by the United States.   Three methods of dealing
with the situation are being suggested as open to the Washington government.
First���There la the ever recurrent
. suggestion in official circles ot a mil*-
Burnaby    Board    Of    Tnide  tary  and   naval  demonstration,  as.a
precautionary mova In case    a    (or-
MORE CRITICISM
Of B.C.E.R. RATES
Complain of Fares on
Burnaby Line.
Wm.    Houilihan    Charged
I    With   Having   Stolen
Bank Bills.
Notes Had Been Altered���Unsble
Furnish $10,000 Bail���Others
Being Held.
to
Detroit, Mich.. Oct. 15��� William
Houilihan, arrested here recently was
today held to the federal grand Jury
on a charge of having In his posses-
is ion altered bank notes of a foreign
,.,_-...       ...      ...   'nation.    Ball was fixed    at    110,000
berg, of the Kurfurst  describing the:.     h he        unab)e to furnlBh
list trip of his bost "1 heard scream-      Hou,���han WB, held by Unl,ed States
Ing on board and I decided to keep Co. ,mi?sloner  Hurd. after  witnesses
iway. for 1 figured that some of the re-re.nnt|rK the Bank   of    Montreal
panic-stricken people might Jump Into
our boat and upset lt.   1 shouted   to
Were   Sir Wilfrid    iJiurler, Hon.   Rudolph  Lemleux, Hon.  Sydney Fisher,
James Robb,    M.P.    for Huntingdon;
tbe Mr. Megerrel, of Armstrong; Mr. Con-
   lln, of Armstrong; Mr. Robert Brown,
St. Chryg(i8tome; James Cowan, of
Drysdale; A. K. Lcgatt, Chateauguay
Basin; Messrs. Robertson, Ogllvie;
Robert Ness, Howick; Mr. Collard,
Ottawa; A. Youme, Mr. A. Mahoune,
Thomas Gibby. of Houck; W. Sangster, Ormatown; R. L. Calder, Montreal; Sevln Latoumcau, M. P. P. for
Paplneau; Mr. Rutherford, Hon. H.
Merier, James Bryson and Wm. Bryson, Ormstown; Mr. Kred Kay, M. P.,
and Mr. A. Marcil.
Postpone Official Count.
Montreal. Oct. 16.���Some half dosen
(initialed ballots found In the ballot
boxes from polls 3 and IT, the former
In the parish of St. Chrysostom and
the latter in tho parish of St. Sacra
ment, caused Returning Officer J. B.
C. Bumbray to postpone tho official
count of the Chateauguay election at
Ste. Martin today.
Mr, Bumbray returned to Montreal
tonight to take legal advice on the
question of rejecting thete ballots and
announced that the count would be
resumed on Tuesday next. The election law requires that eaoh ballot pre
sented to a voter shall be initialed by
the election clerk before the voter
can make his mark. This seems to
have been omitted in several cases.
but It Is said that should all these ballots be rejected they wlll not make a
material difference in the results previously announced.
trtlfied thst $375 In Canadian currency fcVnd on Houilihan when ar-
hc ofilcers ot the Volturno to    tell j rested, wbb part of thc |271,000 stolen
the people to jump Into the sea   and  from the New Westminster branch of
tliey would be rescued.   Thla advice U-^p Bank of Montreal more than a
was taken and we picked up man after ! yP.ir sgo.
man.   When we got back to our ship I
found we had rescued 21 men. The
following morning I made two trips
and rescued more. While we were at
the Volturno's side 1 could not see a
single woman. They ail appeared to
be men."
Barrlstsr Made Judge.
Regina, Sask., Oct. IB���A. D. Dickson, barrister of Fort Qu'Appelle, will
be shortly sworn Into the office of
Jundge or Humboldt district and the
ceremony will take place as soon as
the commission arrives.
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��
HOUSEHOLDERS VOTE     #
ON DAM AGREEMENT 4
Householders wtll be allowed to vote on the Coqultlam
dam referendum which will
take place on Saturday. October IS. This Is to teat the feeling of the electorate In connection with the proposed
agreement between the elty,
the Vancouver Power company
and the Dominion government.
fn the two bylaws, the Interest conversion bylaw and
the proposed purchase of the
New Westminster Has company, only ratepayers will be
allowed to vcte,
The polls wlll open at I a.m.
and close at 7 o'clock In the
evening.
James M. Lynch, President of International Typographical Union, to     I Want to
-���Visit New Wsstmlnstsr.
Ne Local Witness.
When seen last evening, W. H. Q.
Phlpps, accountant of the Bank ot
Montreal, who has been representing
that Institution ln connexion with the
robbery, Informed The News that tn
all probability the witness mentioned
in the dispatch, was on the staff of the
Bank at Montreal. Thla witness
would swesr that the notes to-ind on
Houllihsn corresponded with those
stolen from the New Westminster
branch on Bept. 15. 1*11.
Mr. Phlpps further Informed Tfie
News that while the bank officials
would watch the case, it would be left
tor the American authorities to handle
in their own Jurisdiction, the charge
against Houilihan being in possession
of altered bank notes of a foreign nation, same having beea stolen.
A similar Instance to this ta found
at Chicago where a saloonkeeper named Walsh Is being.held tor trial In
Cook county on a charge of having
stolen Bank ot Montreal money In hit
possession and alto wtth having been
complicated wtth the asssult on Polios Lieutenant Burns ot the Chicago
force, who was beaten up In a salooa
when attempting io arrest throe mm
single-handed. Boras was later dismissed trom the fores hut Walsh held
tor the grand \**i and later indicted.
Still another Instance was that of
the msn Davis, arreated in Toronto
last summer aad found to he passing
stolen bills Into circulation, waa
brought to this city only to be take*
back to Toronto aad sentenced to sis
months tor a charts of having tho
Word was received yesterday morning by R. A. Stoney, I. T. V. representative for B. C, tbat James M.
Lynch, president of the International
T-ypcgraphic��l union, with headqua.
rtcrs at Indianapolis, would visit New
Westminster sometime in November,
immediately following the annual convention of the American Federation ot
Labor to be held that month ln
Seattle.
Mr. Lynch ts regarded aa one of the
ablest speakers In tbe labor world ot
the American continent, and Is looked
upon as the logical successor to Samuel Gompers as president of the A. F.
of L. when the latter person steps
down from that offtce.
Political reporta from New York
state link the name of the present
head of the 1. T. U. with that ot labor
commissioner ot the Empire state.
Just what date Mr. Lynch and
party, which will Include Delegate
Stevenson, ot Toronto, and Delegates
McColloch and Max Hayes, from the
American side, wlll visit the coast
cities of the province is yet uncertain,
but when this is announced. It Is understood that the labor men of the
city will hold an open houae at the
Labor Temple when the heads ot the
Typos wlll probably deliver an address.
In tho communication trom Mr.
Lynch yesterday morning, B. A*
Stoney was Invited to attend the sessions at Seattle and will accompany
the party to Victoria. Vancouver and
New Westminster, representing tho
typos ot tho province.
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hope of rescuing mora of the
miners eotombed In tho Universal colliery, whora an explosion occurred yesterday, has
been virtually abandoned. Ths
report that a party of M men
had boen found alive ih one of
the galleries, has proved erroneous, bnt a largo number ot
bodies worn encountered today.
No official reports haro beon
Issued, ud thla haa caused
much comment. Plra broke out
anew thlt afternoon aad still la
raging. Them aro no farther
signs o' Uto tn tho pit
Op to n Into how tonight. 41
bodies hnd been recovered,
while Ml minora were stitt
missing.
See  New  Westminster Gas
Bylaw Passed���Make Bid for
Car Shops.
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note, in hls poraerafon, k*owln, ram.|tt 0###t#f###tt#ti
A general kick at the fares charged
by the B. C. E. ll. on the Burnaby
branch, the support of the members
ln the matter of the alleged Great
Northern railway encroachment on the
North road, and the support of the
body towards the passage of tbe New
Westminster gas bylaw formed the
salient features at a meeting of the
Burnaby board of trade held at Edmonds laat evening.
In the matter of car fares, T. S.
Sharp, of Burnaby Lake, explained a
wide divergence of rates between
points ln Burnaby and Vancouver and
New Westminster. From Vancouver
to Sprott's station the fare charged for
a ten ride settler's ticket was $1.00.
From Vancouver to Burnaby Lake it
had been changed from $1.26 to $1.00.
Leas than halt a mile further on ie
Rayside station where the charge Is
$1.60.
The same, explained Mr. Sharpe, applied in the rates from New Westminster to Cumberland Boad, where ten
rides cost 76 cents and to Sprott's
station, psst Rayside. the tare waa
the same, vis., 75 cents.
After considerable discussion, a
committee consisting of Councillors
Coldicutt and Stride and T. S. Sharp.
was appointed to tay complaint to
the railway commissioners, whon that
body meets in Vancouver on October
$7. At tho tame time tho taste com-
mlttee will assist ths council In protecting the municipality'* rights on
th* North road whsre tho Orett Mor-
th*rn Hallway company lo doing considerable excavation work.
A communication tract C. H. Btuart
i Wade, secretary ot the New Westaetn-
* ttor board ot trade, waa tekoa up. Mr.
�� Wad* taking for statistics regarding
tt Burnaby't raoourcea, trade railway*.
tt etc Tho tooratary wtll ��li out the
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tt    Burnaby ta going altar tho tunatl
* which th* C. N. R. will build ta order
tt tor that Un* to got tato Vanoomor.
tt it was atatod at tho matting that
tt South Vanoouver ***** after th* pro-
tt loot
tt Qm Bylaw.
��    Th* New Wsstsstaooir Oaa company
* bylaw to bo TOtsinpo* ** Saturday
�� ta K��w WeotmlMter, waa brought up
tt bycounetllor OdM-takt, wh* mention-
�� od that it wat In BaroihVa tatonata
tt to support tho bylaw oa
tt tho throng possibility *
tt ting �� good supply
* olty ta tho near distant tutora.
��    CowMlllot QoMleott
tt th* Amortana C��n
tt vaoata tholr Hint at
0  I'D'!    .    ���!-  ��",
a
cible policy Is required later. For
tbe preaent, however, the president
and his advisers are concentrating on
a constructive solution by the use of
peaceful measures.
Second���Many    officials    think    a
series of strong demands made upon
the authorities at Mexico City to force
the immediate    elimination   of General Huerta would complete the record
of the United States ln attempting to
assist  "as the nearest neighbor" in
solving the difficulties of the southern"
republic.    It bas been  suggested by
some  officials  that  should  such  demands be ignored, the American government would be justified ln throwing its  support to the Constitutionalists in the north.
Third���The United States could formally announce its absolute termination of relationa with the Huerta officials, leaving it to the Influence both
of the Constitutionalist movement and
the Liberal element in Mexico City
to secure the elimination of Huerta
and the establishment of a provisional
government with which the Constitutionalists would negotiate for peace
and arrange a tree election ln compliance wtth Mexican law.
Few Days' Daisy.
Secretory Bryan left here today for
Waterloo, la, and before hla departure told his callers that he did not
expect the American government to
take any further steps tor a tew days ,
at least
The dtspstch of an additional Oerman warship to Mexican waters did
not bring forth sny comment aa tho
Washington administration-looks upon
such action as weU at upon the conference ot the diplomats today ta
Mexico City aa the beginning ot. *
series ot manlfeetaOoue hy tho governments of the world generally. lhat
may havo a sobering effect upea
Haerta. *   ���
Th* arrest ot Osnoral Mand, tho
Mexican federal ofttosr, on a dvU warrant, while travelling through tha
United States to got ttvrn Ptsdraa
Negras, Moxlco, to Nsnvo Larodja.
Mexico, excited attsathm chiefly be-
otue* th* war deportment* p-snota-
tfcn was overridden. Aa the general
waa released oa hall, however. It to
not bsttamd that tha Hnorta passu
ment wtU make any topttooatattaat ht
th* matter.
Ctty,   Oot   H.-Thnt th*
la th* relations
United States and Mexico,
slsaooj. raoahsd veotertt
ooraitr delayed ta tho
toalgMam
em when
r-ataaera. When aad horn tto na
w*ma*mw*j *m  wi|iwav
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VJgBS.C
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TM! NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THURSDAV, OCTOBER id, 1��U.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATBB���By carrier. ��l per year, 11 for three months, .Oc per
nth.    By mail, tl per year, tto per month.
ADVERTISING RATES on application.
Rancher is Shoved
Off Prairie Map
Big Cattle  Ranches Disappear Before
Homesteader!;���Stock Men Sore
at   the   Change.
THURSDAY  MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1913.
Magrath.  Oct.   16.    The  number  of
cattle mni sheep   shipped    annually
from this point is every year increasing and It will soon be Imperative that
the 0. I'. 11. construct larger yards
antl better loading facilities. Last
Saturday w. ii. Mclntyre shipped   a
thousand head of prime beef steers tn
the Swift Canadian company, Kdmonton. This is one of the largest shipments this rail and it tasked the local
equipment to the utmost capacity.
The steers  were  In  splendid  condition for the market.    In fact the past
j season has been unusually favorable to
tlie stockmen and this fall the range
cattle  were  looking unusually    well.
I There  will  doubtless   be other   large
consignments leave from Magrath, as
tills town Is located near some of the
largest ranches in the province.
Passing of the Ranch.
POLISHING UP SILVER TONGUES.
Some of the self-appointed political weather forecasters at Ottawa announce with a seriousness that almost demands belief that during the next session of the Dominion
parliament the naval bill will be dug from the junk heap
where the senate dumped it, brushed off, pressed out and
again offered to the legislative menagerie; also that the
highway bill, which has been reposing in the same rag
bag, will be sponged up a bit and submitted to further torture at the hands of the gentlemen who we pay to go to
Ottawa for the purpose, evidently, of conducting a national debating society.
All of which, if it be true, warrants the inference that
���we are going to be let in again for another job lot of oratory like unto the Webster's unabridged stuff that floated
from both sides of the speaker during the last session.
Verily the silver tongues are promised another opportunity to get a good burnishing and polishing.
It took an enormous amount of talking and a whole
lot of expensive time last session to decide that the naval
bill was not to become law. The members of the opposition were determined by their obstructionist tactics to
show their complete disapproval of the measure and the
government wished to show its determination to pass it
without leaving an opening for the charge of gagging.
Then the senate, after all the fuss and feathers in the
lower house, calmly sat down on that naval bill like a
prairie steer on a cream puff, and with a similar result.
This year, when the naval bill comes up, if it cloes
come up, there is no call for the opposition to show its caiiy an of whir. . ��������� ��� ���:���
disapproval; it alreadv has done that to the queen's taste, Slnc? "KU ,lmp- boweved, th�� govern
nor need the government hesitate to apply tho closure ^���^"-S^r^u'ffh?
after its expensive consideration for the feelings of its|larR(' rancher-*- Rumors have at times
opponents at the last sitting of the house; so that theKitTK^^woiIu blTtSS
measure may go unhampered to the senate for another !''''1,H' Dut ,hen' arf' "�� grounds tor
steer-cream puff act-provided the senate is not called ��WJtW����23
upon by Premier Borden to be a cream puff itself in the to tMm***t "'ere is also a large P0r-
meantime. t>,-*. ���*-,11*. ,,.m < *���-
If another series of obstructions is resorted to, the opposition will be to blame, and if the government fails to
rush its measure through it will be equally guilty on the
same count. The spectacle of the last session of representatives of the people wasting the country's time and money
would look too much like a parliamentary habit if repeated when the house convenes again.
will serve to show thai  there are oilier phases to this vital question than
simply the  placing of a certain number Of people on land every year. The
truthfulness of most of the stockman's
statements cannot be questioned, but
it appears thai his attack on the home-
steader Is somewhat exaggerated.
While many homestead for speculative!
purposes, the greater percentage of
those who file en land on tiie lease j
south of Magrath are establishing'
themselves permanently upon their
farms.    And they are doing well.
RESPECTABLE WOMEN
AS SHOPLIFTERS
Well  Known in Stratford, Ont., Mothers and Daughters Are Sentenced for Stealing.
OLD  MAN  OF SIXTY
JAILED FOR THEFT
Montreal, Oct. la.   -After fervlng as
a trusted employee of the C. P. i(. for
a number of years, Daniel McNamara,
over sixty years old. waa this morning sentenced to six months in Jail for
theft by Judge Choquet in the court of
sessionr.
This was the prisoner's first offence, but the court pointed out that
bis breach of trust made  his act  all
Toronto,  Oct.    15.- Stratford    resi
dents have Interested themselves to a
great exten in the affairs of Mrs. Wlnnlfred Nell, her daughter, Miss Mary
Neil, .Mrs. Catherine .Mary lllllman and
|her daughter, Miss Mary lllllniiin, who
appeared before Judge Morgan in tlie
sessions yesterday charged with shoplifting. Half a dozen letters, the author of one being the Stratford police
I magistrate, and another u member of
parliament In i'erth county, were presented, giving the women good characters und a good  place In Stratford
I society,
However.  In   view  nf  the elaborate
scale on  Which the theft was carried
put, Judge Morgan said that soma
punishment was necessary, even for
the welfare of the rest of the com-
|munit>*.    Crown    Attorney Qreor said
FOR SALE OR LEASE
ROYAL  CAFE
Lease Extremely Moderate.    For
further particulars apply
Dominion  Trust   Company
606 Columbia Street C. S. Keith, Manager
the mere perious.
There  Is   much  talk  theso  days  of      Robert  Drummond,  though onlv in   tho 0tts8 w;,s ;l  IIUIe 0,lt ,,r tbe    or-
the   passing   of   the   ranches   in   tliis ihis alreadv served two terms behind   !in:,r>' '" thi" ,hfv w<'r(' caught    red-
portion of th" province   It Is true to the  bars   will   put   In   another  three handed,    and   over   $300   worth    of
a certain degree that farming Is grad-  months.    Upon being liberated  In Alt-
ually crowding out Its natursl forerun- m���t, he wa8 immediately taken back
ner. but there are yet manv thousands  by  bis  old  employer and  showed  Ills
of bead of cattle roaming the plains of gratitude by stealing $17  from   his
southern Alberta.    Of course, the fa.|benefa to"
ranch Is problematical. It      Arthur" Lorose  and   Jose,,!,   lilc-
?,_,'ff Ideau, charged with breaking and entering a store at 1076 Laurier avenue,
were sentenced  to three  months  in
jail.
Blanche  Morln  wlll do six  month.-!
for the theft of a horne and buggy, the
n-opertv of Arsene Lecavallee, which
sho and a young ;n-iti were claimed tn
Present  ���,.,,,,, ,K-,,-. c,i- a ride on September ft.
.,,lsv,.,     'l*'1" c-nirt suspended sentence on El-
Laplerre, her companion In the
Phones 15 and It.
ture of thr
would   seem   that   the
hinges en the attitude of the Dominion
government   toward   the   holding   by
lease of vast areas of good farming
land, which at present Is being used
solely  for grazing purposes.
These leases were secured from the
Dominion government In t'te early.
days whrn the Alberta of th
was undreamed of. It is no
chance the order Of things. The
farmers arp clamoring fm- the lenses
to te Immediately thrown open. Last
year their cries reached the car of the
government with the resull that the
Knight Sugar company's lease, directly sout'.i of Magrath, was cancelled,
and the whole block of land was disposed of as homesteads. This leas��
comprised several townships, practl
cally
rtiii
and over $
goods found In the boarding house
where they were staying. "It appeared to have been a raid planned
and operated frum Stratford," said
Mr. Greer,
"A lapse of morals, a cloudburst," ���
was the manner In which Mr. Blewitt
uf Stratford, counsel for the accused
women, described the theft, "No man
Could imagine the torture they had
undergone since they were arrested."
The girls took the full responsibility
ind both volunteered to take the pun-
Ishment but pleaded for tlieir mothers Judge Morgan, however, took tin-
view that in allowing   them   to   go
when the theft was so extensive would I'	
have  do beneficial  effect  on others,, singing and voice production
"id sentenced each to four mouths In
WHY BUY FOREIGN CEMENT
when you can get aa good, or better, manufactured ln B. C, viz.: the
the celebrated "VANCOIJVKlt" Brand, guaranteed to pans Standard
SpeciBcntlons of American  and Canadian  Engineers'  Association.
We would also call attention to our Vllrlfled Hewer Pipe from
4 In. to 24-ln. in diameter. This ls also made lu tbls Province and we
consider superior to any Imported article.
Wo also carry a stock of Crushed Kock, Washed Urav-el, Band.
Lime, Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering eleewhere.
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
���02 Columbia Street W.
BUS.NESS DIRECTORY    g^j.   rf   JJ^J
MUSIC.
MRS.    C.   C    PI8HBR,   Tf-ACHSR   OK
pianoforte,  harmony and hImkihii     i'u-
ell-  euooeufuly  prepared  Inr mcamlna- i
Ilmi III It   ,v M   iiii,I 11. C. M. For l.-rnm I
apply i.i'.l Third avenue.
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TEACHER OF
.St.. New Weat-
WANT DOUKHOBORS
BROUGHT TO TIME
Associ.V.ed    Boards    of    Trade
Strong   Resolution   for   Provincial Government.
the Mercer. Mr. Roblnette then protested against this, saying that the
Mercer was nothing but a seething
pot of women of vice. He would rath
��� i- pul in two years In jail than two
months in the Mercer, he added. Judge
Morgan stated that ho would recommend  that they be segregated  from
[other women. However, the sentence
s is later changed fn that thn young
Draft women  were fined  |60 each, but  Uie
[mothers must spend two months each
is tin- Mercer
At the meeting of tho Associated
Hoards of Trade of the Interior at Hub-
lo last week, (irand Forks Introduced
the subject of th * Di ukhobors and
their delegate, Mr. DeCaw, stated that
two of them had been arrested there
and the order came from the attorney-
general   to  release them.     Since  then
MARGARET   A    a ROVES,    I'fl'll.   Ol-
the    late    Professor    Allan    Macbeth, I
Principal    of    the   Glasgow    College   '>t''
Mualc and Profeeaor Oroasland Hlr-it, ol
tlte   aifusrow   Athenaeum,   begs   to  lot
E8TAIII.I8IIEO 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up)  . ...��16,000.000 00
RESERVE    $16,000,000.00
branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, Kngland, New Vork, Chicago and -ipdkan��
! U.S.A , and Meilco City. A genera*
banking business transacted. Litter*,
of  Credit  Issued,  available  with  enr-
; respondent! In all parts of tbo world.
Savings Hank Department���Depositee
received   lu  sums   of   $1   and   upward"
and Interesl allowed at 3 per ceut par
mate  thai she win acoepl a few puplla
In   singing nnd  voice  production,     I''*-
tensive  repertoire i' high  class  songs
Fo)  terms, r..:i or writs to 1101 Hamil
tori  Htr'-ct.
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
t n ti' j ii i (present rate).
Total Assets over $lS6.ilO'i,'i��<i <iQ.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
0. D.  BltVMNKIt.  Manager.
II.   J
> cent
Bloak
A.    Ht'RNETT.    AUDITOR
t.ini   Tel,  It   IU.  Room >
AN!
Hart j
FALL GOODS.
Who said there was a lot of hot air talk about this gas
fcylaw ?
Four hundred and twenty-one years ago Christopher
Columbus proved that the earth was round. On the
square, he did.
Next time you want a cut, half tone or otherwise, consult the manager at the Sentinel office���Kamloops Sentinel.   That looks like a conspiracy against the barber.
Why go to Italy this winter to see Vesuvius in eruption when there's going to be a municipal election here
at home.
anvthlng but grazing. I'ndcr these conditions it is very
doubtful whether the government will
take any action in respect to this particular lease.
Ranchers Alarmed.
That the ranchers are alarmed tliere
can be no doubt. Their ranges are being intersected by the wire fence, they
are constantly nt. warfare with the : the Doukhobors c.irrledftbern. elves as
homesteader, and the persistent ru- ��� if they were above any law They
mors of the pending cancelling of their J were not living as a Canadian people
leases, all contribute to the gravity of i sin.uld, as their marriage relations,
the situation. In connection with the. their health or the educational provl-
possible exit of the large ranch fromjslon made for them. l. v Campbell,
southern Alberta an alarming fact M. IJ. P., stated that at Victoria dur
presents Itself, ! ing the last session, the premier had
This  is tho Question of the future declared   emphatically   that   the  laws
beef supply.   Wheat and beef form tho |of tbe  province should  be enforced.
He's Alive  All   Right. p. H. Smith. W. J. Orovss
Qrand Forks, Oct. 15���Frank Finch-'     AUDITORS AND ACCOUNTANTS.
ais.  who disappeared  from  Rossiand  vTorlt  undsrtaktn   m   nty   snd   outsld-t
and was suoposed to have been drown   KSS ,V��    p T>"%u.i'"607 Tru"   BM*   P��&Ce your order now.
ed in the Columbia river In the earlj ! '  ;	
Call and inspect our fall
linos and new rail styles and
part of July, Is alive nnd well in tin
north country When seen a short
time ago be was In Prince Hupert and
When accosted by an old acquaintance
confessed his identity and bin reason
for disappearing. This Information
has jusl been received on such reliable information as to bs beyond
question, The reasons given are of a
confidential nature, and were not com | NKW
municated  for publication.    Flncham
was well known In Grand r'nrks, having resided here before going lo Rossiand a little over a year ago.
but this had not been dune. Tliey had
not been required to si ml their children to school, the health regulations
had not been enforced and In many
ways tba laws of the province hail
,been violated by them .-.nd apparently
I no effort  had been mad" to bring 'in-
Bf ITER BUY NOW
BEFORE THEY RISE
FRATERNAL.
INTERNATIONAL, 8TBAll AND OPER-
allnjl Kiikhk'. tm. i-oeiil :,i3, meets in
Labor Temple every tlmt nn.l ihir.l
Thursday nl th" month II McLaughlin,
president: W. i). Blunders, secretary,
P. O.  lln*  ill
WESTMINSTER   LODGE   NO   I
a ft P O of Klks of thc I) of C. meet
tha flrnt und third Thursday st 8 p. rn.
K. of P, Hull. l-.lKlith slroct. A Weill
Urny. EmlLd Ruler; P. H. Hmlth. See
ret.u-y.
Holland's first dam wauithe one heard when William
the Silent stepped on a tack while walking the floor with
little Willie the noisy.
Every Englishman of any note who has jaunted tol
basis of the food supply of the country.
If the ranches go the price of the commodity will naturaly soar. The possibility of such a condition is not eon-
fined to Alberta, for in the east it is
a topic of considerable discussion, both
in trade circles and the press.
Recently a large rancher made the offenders to justice, a house had been
following suggestive statement: "Yes, blown up and one or two killed, and
it seems that ibey are determined to though there were suspicions of crime
mak" us move, to where 1 don't know, the police had not thoroughly Invest!
The homesteader files on a quarter gated the "as" to be assured that the
section and takes a pre-emption ad- explosion was an accident or crime. \
joining it. What is bis object? Is It rancher In the Slocan had been killed,
to raise grain and contribute to the but no one had been arrested. The one
wealth of the country? In the majority suspicious rumor In connection with
of cases I say no.
Drove on it. tht n sell, and go to thel wanted  him  to Bell his farm and  h
States,   where   he   goes  through   the would not.    White men could net an    ,-,
same  performance.    I  almost    think I as the Doukhobors had acted without   .
being arrested, yel the provincial au ���'���V"'B "n ***P-*--  at. the const, awalt-
thorlties would do nothing. Mr. Camp    "L' a" opportunity for Investment.
bell hod made a trip to Victoria dur-      Tho Kngiish owners, according    to
English Capitalist Waits for Price3 to
Drop for Investment, eut 3lump
Doesn't Seem to Come.
L. O. O. M��� NO. ��54 ��� MEETS OK
first, aecond. third snd fourth Wedn.-a
day tn "ach mouth at 1 p. in.
In the Moon,* Horn,', n. J Leamy
dictator, k. ic. joni-s, secretary
Headquarters "f Iodic In s.e House
comer of Fourth and Carnarvon streets
t. 0. O F. A MITT l.l.!*',IC NO. 17��� Th
r"Kul*ir in, .-time of Amity lodge Nc
27. I. O. 0. !���'. Is held ,-v-ry Mon.ls'
Dlgnt at * o'clock tn Odd Bellows' Hall
corner Carnarvon and Eighth utr.-eti
v-initiriB brethern cordially Invited
rt. A Uerrtihew, NO . II W Banaster
v. o.; vv. c. Coatham, P il r. .on
lng secretary J w. MaaDonald. financial  KtM-r,-tar*f.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
^canadian pacific
Wraiivyayco.
When travelling fur business or idea-
sure, ynu may as well have comfort
and travel by our llne. Vou will f.nd
It to your advantage   o aoncblt us for
ratea and reservations
II.  w
tl. aOUI-ET, Agent.
New Westminster
iiiioniK. o. p. a., Vanoouver.
Montreal, Oct.    16,   A    prominent
His purpose is tbl tba murder was ihat a Doukhobor had [London capitalist now visiting Vancou-|w  E
ver,  writes to Chas    Ii.   lliisni.-r.  thai
$3,000,000 of  Kngiish  monej   Is
FUNERAL    OIRECTOR8.
homesteadlng lias become a business.
I am certain it has with some men.
Farmers  Not All  Society.
"Vou know people are bo prone   to lng the summer to bring the matter tol Mr,     Hosmer's    correspondent     -.,���
I speak before they think.   The most of the attention "f the heads of depart- waiting for a slump in values baton
us never h-ok beyond the tip of our  men's ubout  the non-enforcement  of investing the funds.
noses.  If we  did   this  would   land   us I'he low. but bad  get. no satisfaction;!    "The   slump,   however,'
somewhere near our mouth. And here! each  minister would send  hlm to the
is where the trouble will arise some-! next.
time in the future if Bo-called clvlllza-     A   resolution   wai  passed  emphati-
,,,.-,* . ��� - 'tion "^ '"������' thf' ranch. People must  cally   Insisting  thn'.    tlie    provincial
Canada in the past few months has been interviewed for eal ''""' every day ln ",Jr ������*���'*���" '''"������' L",vr'rri|r'pnt enforce the laws unon ail
his opinions on the home rule question      N���. ����� mn*,*i.A w!r".   there.are thousands, of   tomach |alike, to s-e thai Doukhobor children
PALES���Pioneer Puneral lilr,-rto
and    l-y-iljuliner.   SI2-tU   AgUSS   streo'
opposl-a Carnegie Library.
-). BOWELL tSUCCBSgOR TO ("KN
Ier * lliiima. Ltd )��� Funeral .1lr��ctnr
nnd einbnlmera. I'arlors 406 Columbii
���str.iit.   Now  Westminster,   Phons sit
writes    the
Londoner,  "does  not  seem  to  be  in
[sight,   as   conditions   here   are   excellent."
BOARD   OF   TRADE.
It'lAltll Ol' THA riK���NKW WB8TMIN
Bter Board of Trade meets In th" hoar'
room, City Unll. iu follows Third Krl
day of "ach month; i|imrt,-.ly msetlnf
SYNOPSIS  OK  COAI,  MININO
OULATIONB.
R��
COAL MININO rights of the IkomlnlOB
in Manitoba. rta��k��tcbewan snd Alberta.
li- UAttm Territory, the Northwest .Tsf*-
iltorliB and In a iwrtlon of the Provlne*.
��� I ilrillsh Columbia, may be lewsed for a.
term or twenty-one years ���i an   annual
NOW it WOUld be j to be : n*  *   ������.���  ������   ::..���     ���-,..,.���
fitting if we could get a few genuine Irish expressions,
Amundsen is taking with him an aeroplane for use in
his north pole hunt.   The next thing we'll be hearing is
tthat the machine has run foul of the pole in that long
-inight up north.
"Mixed farming wlll not supply the
deficiency. It Is an impossibility and
it Is almost amusing to hear some men
say that it will do so. Mixed farming
Is a splendid thiniig. and the ranchers
are very pleased to see this system
ie   ,.    .[ . i-     ,,,.,, , ...   inaugurated  In  southern Alberta,   Hut
Well, they ve got poor little Sylvia Pankhurst in jail any intelligent, unprejudiced man must
again; where they'll probably keep her till they have tolet|mim" "nt '"" '""'f s"""!v' fro,n ""'
lier go to_get a meal.   For nonsense,  this'suffragette'
ttended school, that the health regu
all right but the farmer must surely lations were complied with and that
understand that he dors not. form the births deaths nnd marriages verr reg-
whole of society. The millions of wage Istered. As the Doukhobors hnd come
earners must have meat antl plenty of '" the province under no special con-
it to turn the industrial weels of our liltlons I was thoueht lhat t.iis was a*
great country. fir  as Bctlon  could  b"  taken,  but  If
this were .ten" , nds would be mot as
far as possible at present.
. game in England has the Mutt and Jeff series squeezed
.into a hole.
���For weeks the press dispatches have been telling us
how simple would be the royal wedding. Sav, if most of
us went through that kind of an ordeal we'd think we had
been the centre piece in a combination First of July- Chinese New Year celebration.
That Surrey burglar who wouldn't give his name and
who has been officially listed in court as John Doe, won't
need a name for the next two years. A number will do
him all right during his visit to Warden Brown's sanitarium.
mixed farms of cur nation would
scarcely keen Montreal alive a month.
Mixed farming is a complement to
but not a supplement for ranching.
The   Ambitious   Transient.
"This impending doom of the rancher is a juicy morsel for the ambitious
transient,  whose absorbing object.  In
the country Is to 'prove up' on a home
stead  and  sell  just as soon after he
gets his patent ns possible.    It is also
excellent   material   for   peanut   politicians who use If for bait, during campaigns     Hoth  Orlts and  Tories  have
done  this  In  tiie  past,  so one  hasn't
anything on the other In thai regard.
But the rancher thinks better of the Iruae
cool, farslghted economist and genuine ���' Pe'
stateman.   II" looks beyond his nose,
and we have confidence In bis wisdom I the
and Intelligence
KIITV'S SMOKE
RUDELY DISTURBED
Actrecs Arrested for Puffing Perfumed
Pill Behind Scenes in
Theatre.
Indefinite  Delay.
Albany, N, V��� Oct.  14.--Possibility
���nf an Indefinite dcluy In reaching   a
verdict as to the guilt or innocence oil
court recommend to tbs assembly  the
bringing of a new articlo of Impeach-
mem in the event that the testimony
of Duncan W. feck, superintendent ofl,
... ,, .  ,       , , ,   public works, and  Henry I..  Morgen
Oovernor William Sulzer loomed up at (than, ambassador to Turkey, should b
his trial today. Counsel for the itn- j found not to be relevant to any charg,
J>cacliuieiit managers asked that    the J contained in the present articles.
Spokane,   Oct.   IB.���That   even   an
actress   may   not   smoke   behind   thc
scenes of a theatre was demonstrated
last night, when Kitty  Lawrence was
rudely aroused from her enjoyment of
.   rfumed cigarette and haled to the
police station on a charge of violating
fire ordinance     Tli" time was after her  pi rformat;.  ��� at   the  Ernnrnun
YOU can sav for me that It will be  theatre,    he   place   was   her   dreSsin.
sorry dav   or Utis country when 't room, ami the ofiicr c&lai,   n
can to the ranch Of course BuMon of station No. 1 on special i-
not worrying seriously. Our duty al lhe theatre
Position Is secure for many vers to Kitty refused to walk to the st-,
���ome. Btit It Is sometimes irritating tlon. She appealed to her \
he feci \Z\ ^n.ttoUaIyud8P'��,.r,ng attempted to reason with .the officer,
the fac that certain ranchers have bill In the end a taxi was called and
���arse leases lying Idle,   if their butch- Kitty, her escort and the officer taken
et asked  double  the  price per pound  to the city  hall,    She  was  arraigned
r steak they would probably substi- on tha "barge as above and art
tutsi another word for Idle." positing $6 as a bond
lhis   was   the  summary  of  a   long  to depart
talk   over   the   whole   situation,   and j    A short time afterward she left for
while it may be ridiculed by some it  Seattle
PAIN IN MY BACK
IS ALL GONE
Since I Got a Box of Gin Pills
Church St., Cornwai.i.is, N S.
January 23rd,
"About a year ago, I wns suffering sn
much with a dreadful Lame Hack and
Hips, tbat I could not stand up straight.
I was informed by a friend about GIN
PILLS. 1 got a box, It helped me
immediately.   I
A.iffllrt   nnd   November  at   I   n rn.     An   , acna will bs leWd toTon. ,im  lew
r.ni.nj. if.   Btuart   Wnd-B.   were   ��� l.y  tin-  ��pnleant  In  i*..w>n  to  the  Ami
ties  th
we   ar
have taken about
twelve boxes anil
the pains in luy
back and hips are
all gone. I cannot
speak too highly
of the wonderful
effects of your
GIN PILLS",
B. C. DAVID,
Liniments ami
plasters won't cure
Lame Hack ��� because tliey never
rcncli tlie part tliat
is causing tlie pain.
The whole trouble
is with the Kidneys
and you must cure
the Kidneys in
order to stop the
pain. GIN1>IU,S
cure weak, sick,
strained   Kidneyn
ort who "nothing else wfll,
GIN PILLS drive
away tbe pain every
de-
was permitted
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M McKemle St THUR8DAY, OCTOBER  16, 1913.
NURSES DISCUSS
��� .    NEW LEGISLATION
-Registration Bill Taken Up at Suggea
tlcn of President, Miss Wright,
of This Cily.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
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PAGE THREE
EALIS IN 10VE
WITH OUR SYSTEM
English Lsdy Traveler LikesCsnadlsn
Method of Handling
Daggage.
OWNS BROAD ACREB.
Duels In Frsncs.
       Jt large proportion  of the duels In
Now Duke of Sutherland Inherits .An | France eud without bloodshed.   When
Immense Fortune.
the offense  Is  not  very  serious  it  ls
A  goodly inheritance  is  gint   which   MW*  beforehand thut tbe words of
the
: tin
,,.,_,,       . I,, iuOMi when the public i�� searching fori .,���
t tho last session nnd had  ... i....������.,. -*11	
ub baggage. Tba   fourth
Miss   Aduins   shows   the   delightful
a general meeting or the Graduate
Nurses1 association of British Columbia was held on Saturday, October 11,
nt 8 p. in. ut tho Alexandra club, Victoria, II. C.
The meeting was called to order by
the president, Mia Wrlf.lit. of New
Westminster     After the roll call, and
the minutes of the lust meeting had
been read by the secretary, the president spoke a few words on the registration bill for nurses whicli had been
presi nti I   	
been laid over until the next   She said
that the fuel of the bill helm; printed I
for the members of the house miKiit I
be  tuketi   us  u  good   bIkii.  umi   would
oncourage all to do whnt they oould
in working for It this year. There
were several alterations that had teen
made since the bill was first compiled,
viz.. the li rn t councll to be appointed
by the It. c. College of Physicians and
Surgeons; the amount of tbe tee for
registration, after open discussion ut
ihe annual meeting, was reduced to
$lo; [md the word "attendant" refer!
ring to the registration of non-graduates if they with it, to be altered tol
"household  nurse."
There was a discussion on what the:
local   nurses'   associations   could     do
towards helping, und suggestions were!
made tha' condensed literature bring-
lut: forward the most important points.,V
of the bill be printed for distribution'KT
nmcrin the associations,   \llss Randall
of Vanoouver gave a report of ths special committee who are working along
'1)l"��e lines.
The resignation of the second vice-
president, Miss Patton of Kamlonns,
was then read It was proposed bv Miss
NorcroSS Of Victoria, and seconded by
Miss Rcotfc of New Westminster, that
ths office be kept open until a new su
peiintendenl w-ns appointed al the hospital, in order that Kamloons might be
still   represented   among   the   Officers
nf the association.
The mealing then adjourned and tea
and coffee was served by lh" Victoria
Nurses' club to the members and
guest*, Arpnnr those nresenl were
Hie- Randall, Mips Hall. Miss Trew,
Miss Breete, Miss H. .lodge, from Van
���rinrror: Miss Wright. Miss Sci.tt. Miss
tiray. from N'ew Westminster; Miss
Mr-irrlsnn.t Miss Hurst. Miss Jones,
Mls'i orcrnss. Miss Trombley. Miss
McCrse, Miss Kennedy. Miss Swan.
Wn Qreig, Miss -Howard. Miss Arch!-
baid and many others from Victoria.
The superiority of the Canadian bug
gage system to tbe no system that prevails In Kngland has been fully demon-, j,,.
���trated   by   MIbb   Maude   Adums,   the; person in Kurope.
i'.tiglisli journalist, who lately arrived I
In Canada.    She describes graphically
hOW the system works to the conserving of temper, and contrasts   he efficiency   wlilch   marks  It  with  the bar-1
baric scramble which is necessary in !
iid   country   at   the   railway   sta-l
Somas to tho Marquess of Watford,
fifth Duko of Sutherland, who, at
twenty-five yeurs of nge, succeeds bin
father, tho fourth Duke, who died recently. |^^^^^^
Close upon ii million nnd u hulf acrai ig satisfied
of land, uud au income of nearly
$750,000 ix yeur, is the total of
the riches and the estate which the
g Duke inherits. In uddition hs
meH owner of flvs country mansions
I in Scotland and three io Kngland. With
J one
I y��i��iK
bei'on.
coiiiiiiiiikI shull be given so rapidly
that tbe duelists wlll not have time
to take good aim. Botnvlluies three
shots are exchanged without a hit, and
then the seconds step In and���"honor
At the word "Flre!" the
pistol is raised Instantly, and lt must
be discharged not later than tbe word
"three," no the speed with which these
words are given regulates tbe time ln
WHEN'IAGS'ESCAPE
1-iOENIOUS METHODS   ARE USED
TO BREAK FROM PRISON.
Fatlencs, Keen Wit, Set Purpose and
Desperate Dunning All Contribute
to the Successful Attempts to Past
Through Locked Doors ��� Francs
Holds Record for tbs Most Sensational Jail Deliveries.
Not  in   ull  the annuls of uilventure
ill you lind more stirring  tales  than
 wblch lt Is possible to take aim. There-  ^	
xeeptlon, of   the Czur of liusniu,   fore the  speed   with   which  tbey  ure those   relating   to   escapes   from   great
wns  more   land    than   any   other   spoken ls agreed upon beforehand, this prisons.    It is a war of keen wits, of
depending upon the seriousness of tbe 'onK  patience,  of set  purpose,  and  of
duel.    The   words  are  timed   with   a Ptt"��'<'������e  thirst  for freedom,  against
Tlie secret of this immense wealth
lies in the fact that the (lowers have
always married money. Originuily
they were a simplo Yorkshire family
of good lineage. The llrst baronet,
however,   Sir   Thomas   (lower,   married
the heiress of the Stafford Levssons,
snd acquired Lillleihall with its coalfields uud the great   estate   of   Trout
__       -- _, _ _ t_.        every obstacle that cud be devised.    Tu
metronome.   If the encounter be very , ,/       man  with  J ,ifetime  lH.hj_j
serious this is set at the lowest speed. ,,���, in prospect,   what is a year,   two
eighty   beats  a   minute,   which   gives years,   live
year,
years,   tlve.   years,    spent    in    scraping
away  mortar  with  his finger nnils
time for taking accurate aim. A speed     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of 140 beats a minute allows do time       His   jailers   have   many   things    tn
for aiming, and therefore ls used when   *hirjk of   besides his safe keeping; on
tbe seconds consider tbe duel sbould
^^^^^^^mmmmm���-mA^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. .June (iriinville, one of the ro-heiresse.
sltnpllclty and security or our system of ths Karl of Hath, and nis son win
-���the baggage checked through, the created Lord (lower und married into
ease with which you enioy yourself, the ducal liouse of Rutland. The ��e_-|
confident that Willi llie check In your ond Lord Oower wus raised to an onrl-l
pocket you can go to sleep, go to the ;,)������, ������,) married three times, ou each'
ends of the Dominion* certain lhat occasion to u ln.lv better fortuned than1
your baggage will be produced on the [ her predecessor, while the second earl in
Instant jthe next gspsration   did   oven   better
She describes, liy way of antithesis] for himself, for bs woddsd the heiress
tbe scrabble   at   the   stations   In the] of Scrop, lirst   Duke  of  Bridgewattr,
mother  country���everyone    searching | and   the   great   Bridgwater   estates   in;
i , .   ,   .   .     be made as  little dangerous as poe-
baronet    married    l.ady. * *
sible.���London Answers.
tas other hand, he is free to bond ail
his faculties, night snd day, on ways;
and means, and the results are indeed;
full of human interest. I havc often
spoken with prison wardens on the,
subject and sot almost breathless withj
interest  as  tales  were  told of escupes
Two Wsys to Catch Rabbits.
By the first method "you take a lot 	
o'   salt,   mix   some   pepper   with   It. and  attempts so ingenious and  daring
s#ew  It  on  s   very   hard   rock    tben *''���*'   t'lpy   commanded   the  admiration
watch.    The rabbits cum and eat the ���'"'   ����'JT'a��hy - purely   personal   and
...                         ,      , nnofflCl&I    of    course���-of    evfn     those
salt, and tbe pepper makes 'em sneeze ,���._��� ,,.__. Iinarian,.
SO vllcnt they bump their noses on the War(lpn,  hhvc show-  ,,,--,  mad��� ���r
for his particular baggage Ithe similar*
Ity In valises. Ihe loss of temper and)
lime, the undignified hustling and Im-
Iprecatlons  which  an- features of  the
.rush  to eel  baggage,    It  is a case of]
the devil tuke the hindmost.
System Which la No System.
sbout on the platform or In a place for |
Lancasbirs   afterwards   fell    to    hie
-grandson.
While, however, the (lowers have
thus linked wealth and matrimony,
they bave always shown keen business
instinct, and the late Duke wss
exception,
qulotly   in
rock till tbey fall in s swound and yoa
step up ond pop 'em ln your bag."
The other method was to "build a
bustlu' fire In tbe woods wtsM tbe
snow Is plenty. Now, rabbits, yoo
must know. Is s mite cold blooded little   critters,   so   they'll   cum   and   set
Eschewing society, he lived. round It and warm their toes.    Well.
retirement,   developing  hia, pretty soon they'll drop off asleep and   pressed sack angle   snd   enrvVon 'his
wire from tin cans und twisted strands,
of oakum���keys that would open massive doors with startling readiness.
And think of a master key to almost!
every gate in a prison, forged by a con-t
victed blacksmith entirely from mem-!
ory! The man hsd seen the original
displayed in the chaplain's belt two or I
three times and  had bo occurately im
purpose,   but   finite    unclassified. I already  immense estates.     He  was an] the   fl re' 11   melt  the suow  Into slush.
i, however, If It were labelled Ini enthusiastic Imperialist, taking a great j And pretty soon tbe flre'll die out and
an illuminating way, there is no check-j interest in Canada, and every year visit- tbe mornln' '11 cum on sharp and '11
Ing system as we have it. Miss Adams | ed  this  country,  purchasing  thousands   freeze the slush Into Ice and ketch the
wonders how the liritish people stand
the Bt ii pfil system, or, rather, no system; but then she recalls how conservative lhe people arc how they
are adverse lo change, and how especially on the railways everybdov
seems willing to pul up with limited
accommodation which might have been
woefuly Insdeauate today.   That  is.
liiadeiniate  In  the apprehension of an
outsider;  but on the whole satisfactory to the majority of the people.
Kxnerts, Indeed, have been sent out
of acres of land iu Alberta ond British
Columbia,
His marriage to thc
Sutherland, who owns
right nearly 150,000 iter
eager mind that the skeleton he repro
duced with such patient labor was, if
not a perfect copy, at least an effective
substitute. But prisoners using tools
of any sorts, or having access to even
the   most   unlikely   material,   will   con-
little critters fast by tbe paws.   Tben
n-.,.i,,.-_   ,. all you have to do la cum round with '""r  "'_"" ���.         ,   _, .
Duchess    or '                                          _���!_,_.__, tnve keys. saws, flies and other imple
n   her   owa ver ax   and  c"op   em  out   ��� Robert ���....*.   r
vcrit-
was
side romance, while
it added one more
wealthy    marriages
Qowers,
st tbe sumo  time ! nzlne.
to the long list of
contracted l.y   the
______________ ,_      _. ments that accomplish miracles as open
Haven Scbaufher Id Metropolitan Mag-   sesames.
Probably the French penal establish-
' ments yield the most interesting and
| romantic    cases.       The   sentences   are
Captured by an Orang,    j
There is un old story told of a native   more severe and the prisoners are left
The late Duke was thirty three yesrs] of Borneo wbo, with a party, went out
of age,   an.l   .me of   the most notable hunt   an   0 0���u       t0  geI1   t0
, Mutrimoma    cattthM   in   boinety,   when,     . ���... ___"      .
I in  1884, h nt on a visit to the Earl   8bow �������������   T,bl" P��UcuUr burner got
ond   Countess  of   Ho����lvn       Tho   dnv   separated, and at lbe end of tbe day
tn this country to Btudy and report on ! **'.'*     '"""'"   ot   llosslju lho    day        ' mlMin_      .   ���.--.,.   ���-- or.
' * after his arrival he went to tea in tho] *** buii  missing.    A senr-CD  was or*
school   room.     There  he  saw   tho  six! ganlzed. and at the end of tbe aecond	
teen your old   l.ndy   Millicont   St.  Clair I day  be was found  high  up In a  tree   black hole, wbere many a man has lost
Brskine, a young girl aa witty and in-j with an orang outaog by bis side.    A   his reason.    Moreover, recapture  after
telligent as ahe wsa pretty. '��� rnje ���ij0t Allied the big spe and then   the alarm gun has becn fired means a
"Happy   the   wooing that's not  long   (he   mun   descenied   sod   told   of   bis It���*1 prolongation of   sentence.    It is
| a dooing."   proving  true  in   this  case,; BtrHnge adven,ure.    De bad gone into   &**** ^J*?."*!,,.1 ^^LP^-Stl
our  baggage   system.     They  returned j
unconvinced:   but  Miss Adams is ero-
pbatioally of the opinion that you can-1
not have any comfort, in traveling un-
til  you  make  anqnaintance  with  our]
checking system, which allows you to
more to their own devices, particularly
at the famous prison of Noumea, in
Now Caledonia, a lonely island in a
tropic sea. Severe punishments are in
store at this convict station for men
who attempt to escape. They are
loaded with chains and thrown into
cai-e.
the.
go to sleep in peace, knowing thatU, on her" seventeenth birthday, thel ���"-"���- ~""v���- ****> ���-�����"��� ***** bow-ever, that im spite of this, one wiUfl
Kpor bag or tri.nk Is faithfully fn,,., .,���_____ Mar,hione��� ���f ^...j the river to bathe, and ss be cam.-out,. ,nd ' priKm'?.*VSo have mad".!
lowing vou In the darkr.es of night. ] u...j _i,*,nllUlv Duchess of HutherlK.nl! was seised by the ornng and carried ao.��� ..tempts to escape and in eon- 1
across the wilderness aid the prairie., w,n(,_ h_. hl;���hl._d ,u,c���edeU to the]* lo Its lodging ln a tteev To bil iur ��,,-��,��� h-,ve rUmulative sentences!
to greet  you the firs'  thing when you j . - -    -           ���      ���- - - '     -      -      ������- ������ ������  ���������---��� . ��       ��� -��� *^x*********w*.      ..\m
tttf/iOf?16t0tt
Comfort
LJAVE you looked over the advertisements in today's NEWS
and noticed what the best shops
are offering you for refurnishing
your home and making it more
comfortable for winter?
If you have not done so, don't
lose any time about it.
ach   your
dian.
destination     Thn    Cana
Aliened Woman Murderer
Plymouth.   Mass, Oct.  14     The    12 :
Jurors before whom Mrs  Jennie Mav
Eaton  w*ill  be tried on  the charge of]
murdering her husband. Hear Admiral
Joseph Qlles Baton, at Aasinlppl last *
March,   by   giving   hlm   poison,   were,
ehoK'"i   today   in   the   superior   court  :
The defendant showed the liveliest in
tit. -1 in the proceedings as she watch- ,
rd  ihe rapid    examination   nf more
lha:i 100 talesmen.
AEROPLANE BOOM
ON IN LONDON
EACH   SIDE   IN  FIGHT
PAYS FOR ITS OWN FUN ;
-Pegcud, Who Flies Upside Down, Says
He is a Scientist and Makes
Money By It.
when     	
title in ItSS. King I-dward and (jueeoi
Alexandra were ut the wedding, the!
Iltike of  Kite being best man.
*'t*tr Amsring lluchess" ia the title
which  has boon appiied to the Duchess
of t-nitliriland. who is undoubtedly cue
____ of  the   most   remarkable  celebrities  nf
Montreal. Oct. IB     "Case dismissed I ,hc  ,i;,>- "".   ''v,,n  f��;0',.'inK. V'r   ."!''
and each pav your own costs." was the ; "'��'"��� ����� ("!""7' ';f Waf*,fkJ.  l:lU'
venilct rendered hv .lodge Lest In the! ^     ����"���   "'J'   Dftktm    has    distinct
police   court   yesterday,   after  he   hsd   *'.'."'.��"" tendencies.
Ustened praotlcaly all forenoon to the    .    ^7r" ?""���    ��he sa.d, m one of ber
evidence  In   S  charge ef assault  case! ,1'"rnr'"'��".r.    -r^h'-.     during     Ihe
brought  against   Michael     Philips,    of! """"���' ��/ wh"^ "U" """,''"i !" ,h" n",
,.       , ...   .    ..       ,   ���      ,  ,.��� ��� c-ssitv   for  rertain  social  reforms  snd
t SUghmswaga,  by  J.   Horning, of the; h(,. ^^ ���, ������ jn % tottafv ..wh__
"*n'e Pia'e ,,.... ,    , II   came    incxporicn.-ed    and   enthusias
Both men  and In far   Iho whole res ; ,���.  ���__,,,���   < ���������, mc . M(.(,
Iment of witnesses had taken part n : d|-,(inu. J|*|lv.. k\, .ar ��� . roisorsble,
a pow wow. held on Beptan-iber 2, to ��� ,)uchcs, -���ulJ ,��� ,0 ^imtor, I strove
celebrate a wedding On the road (<l be ()Ilt, Th��� (,..v g 0,)nling," she
home Horning and Philips met and a ; ,.���n,in���ed, "when no one will be grnte
few minute later war whoops startled, ,-���, f.,_ lh(, crumi,3 t(l���, hsvc fallen}
the whole neighborhood. Horning, from the risk man's table, and it will
who Is s squaw man, alleged thai Phil- -,���. a ������,���! dav. We absolutely must
ips attacked and tried to choke hlm.       advenes, and \.e are advancing."
Doctor    Patton,    Of    Caughnawaga,       -ph,.  nPK   Duke,   who  last  year  mnr *
(old the court tha! his wife had warn- j ru.,\   Lady   Eileen   Butler "'
        the   eldest | pieces   quadruple   these   ratea      Kor | out  molds   melt  metals  and   complete
���d him on Ihe nieh' or the fight that ; daughter of tho seventh Karl of I.anes j De��.spar>ers the  rule  was  1  ceot   fol
some one was calling very loudly on   borough,   is   s   lieutenant  in   the   2nd, too mUg. and IVi cents for over IOC
the  road   just  outside  his  residence. I Dragoon   Guards,   and   a   very   keen1
The doctor ran out and found Homing ; sportsman as well SS soldier.
lying  on   the  roadside     He had  him I ���	
. miles.
London, Oct. IG, At lust London
has another boom. Kngland is Just
now suffering in rom an excess of air-
Climbing, and the new crate Ib still bo
new that na yet people like It. Actress-
��'H are taking to the new sport, the
nrmy Is showing a keen practical in-
tens', and though it would be quite
untrue to aay yet that doctors are rec-
.imnicndlng their lady patients to "try
a flight for their nerves," one may ox
pect to find that the hazard of today
will be the medicine of tomorrow,
The latest and most faring exponent
tif tricks in an ner- ilanc is Pegoud,
the young Frenchman. This Ib the
y ting nan who f'.ies with his machine
t ps'.de down, snd people are asked to
bei'. ve that he Is actuated solely by
erentlflc mctlves. ThiB may or mny
not be so. but If he Is really the earnest relent.st which he would have people believe him to be, It is a little curious that he should choose llrookliimls
as a place In which to show his brother airmen how to handle a machine
scientifically. Incidentally there will
be twenty or thirty thousand other people at Hrooklands, all paying
good coin of the realm to go Inside to
Kee a msn risk his neck, and It would
be Interesting to know whether this
scientist takes any share ot the gate
money or the proceeds from the sale
of cinema rights. All admit that l'e-
Koud. the same as any acrobat or other
performer, has perfect liberty to take
hls chance with death, but lt Is high
time thnt seme protest was lodged
against the growing habit of describing
Kiirh performances as scientific
achievements.
oarried to a neighbor's house, but
could find no traces of any blows or
anv marks of violence, and thought he
had fainted as a result of over-excitement and overindulgence.
Homing hnd tlrst taken his case before the superior court, claiming 1131
damages, but he had later withdrawn
the  complaint.
.ledge Loot said that there was no
doubt an assault had been committed,
but If Horning hnd not been under
thc Influence of llnuor and had Phll-
ipa nol misunderstood some remark
mado by Horning there would have
been no trouble. He therefore dismissed the eaae.
Wants Divorce rrom Priest I   ���, B,r"* ��' <?ld England.
,. .       ...        i    To one sliteenlb century  visitor at
An extraordinary case husjustbeeu | |eaf|t ^ ^.^ .^.^ ((> ^ , M.
tlon   of  bell   lovers.    Tbls   was   Paul
Hentener,  a  German,  who  wrote  of
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10 a. nt, 2 p. m. and
11:45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10 a. m. and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for
Prince Rupert and Northern
Points 10 p. m. Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 11 p. m.
JCD. QOUIiBrr, Agent, New Wsstmlnstsr.
U. W. BltODUL Q. P. A- Veaoauvsr.
CHINESE TRUCK GARDENERS
MUST OBSERVE REGULATIONS
Nflsnu, Oct. IB.���.Bofore a public
market can be established In Nelson
with any prospects of success some
means must be found of regulating
peddling of produce by Chinese truck
gardeners, tleclared members of the
hoard of trade at the monthly meeting last"night when a committee of
six was appointed to report on the legal aspect of the question of the pass
age of a city by-law, which would permit the hawking of produce only after
a certain hour each week day, was
one means of accomplishing the desired end, which was suggested.
Grocers, r*nchers and consumers all
spoke tn favor of the proposed market,
which Is likely to be formed next
sprint-'.
Filthy methods of Oriental truck
gardening, and the manner ln which
John Chlnsmnn, to whom the grocery
men gives the credit of being a clever
nalesman, made housewives believe
that they were securing fruit Bnd veg-
edibles more cheaply than thev really
were and th�� emnhattc declaration
I that British Columbia must be kept a
white man's country were features of
I the speeches at the meeting.
heurd by Mr. .lustice Ilucknill in tho
Divorce Division. It was a suit for
nullity of marrinjs brought by t\ young
girl against her husbund, a Homan
Catholic prifst. Previous to going into
the matter the judge, owing to the re
i.nt decisKia us t8 hearing cases in
camera, intimated that nil persons whi
were not directly interested in th-? proceedings should leave the court. Most
of those present nccordingly went out
side. The petitioner wu Annie Kosetta
Kor temps, otherwise Goodwill, snd the
respondent was I.iiuis Portetnps.
Mr. Barnard said that tbe petitioner when u young girl of Iti yesrs
uf nge wus nt a school st Slouch,
where she became acquainted with
the respondent, s Human Catholic
priest. Ile made love to ths girl, aad
she hud tn con.plain to ths people at
the school with reference to it. After
lhe petitioner left the school on November (T. 1K01), she snd the respondent
went through a ceremony of msrriagr
ut the Lambeth Registry Office. The
petitioner wus then HI, but the marriage, It was alleged, was never consummated. At Windsor, the respondent
passed off the lady as his ward. The
judge grunted a decree of nullity, with
costs. *
Ills travels In tbla country durlug tbe
reign of Queen I'llzubeth "The English." be snld, "excel In dancing and
music, for tbey are active and lively,
though of n thicker make than tbe
Krench. Tbey ure vastly fond of great
noises that fill the air. such as tbe
tiring of cnunun, drums and tbe ring
Ing of bells, so tlmt In London It Is
common for a number of them, tbnt
huve got a glass In their beads, to gu
Into some belfry uud ring the bells for
ho.ira together for the sske of exer-
c:.,u."-Loudon Chronicle
Daughter Kills Father.
Wawsrorh. Ont, Oct. 14.���Harry
McDowell. SB years old. wns shot and
Instantly killed last night by his nine
vear old daughter who playfully pointed s revolver at hlm and acoldentslly
discharged It. "Hold up your hands,
daddy," said the girl, snd at that In
stant the cartridge exploded, sending
i bullet Into the farmer's left side
just below 'the heart.
Unknown Man Run Down.
North Ynklma, Wash., Oct. IB.���An
unidentified man was run over by an
eastbound  Northern    Pacific    freight
train this morning at Wapato.
Politician's Death.
Sir Humuel Gillott, ex-Attorney-Gen
oral and Becretary of State for Victoria,
Australia, met with a tragic death st
Sheffield, a few days ago. Hir Samuel
wus a native of Sheffield, and wss on s
visit to England with Lady Gillott,
staying with his cousin In Sheffield.
About two o'clock in the morning a
noise wns heard, snd his cousins, on
rising, found Sir Samuel lying st the
bottom of a flight of stairs. He was
conscious, snd on being asked if hs
could aeeosnt for hia- fall, the only
theory hs could put forward was tbat
ho must hsve got up ia a halt-awakened state snd walked to the head of
the stain, from whieh he fell.
Belles SOld.
The christening shirt worn by Lord
Nelson wss sold st Messrs. Sotheby's,
London, for ��30.   Napoleon's dint-lock
gun sold for ��135, and kis hat when
Father's Rtsssn.
T��ung Harold wus lute In attendance fur Sunday school, and the minister Inquired the cause.
"I wus going fishing, but father
wouldn't let me." announced the lad.
"That's tbe right kind of s father
to hsve," replied the reverend gentleman. "Did he explain the reaaou wby
he would not let you go?"
"Yes. sir. tje said there wasn't twit
enough ror two"-Uarper'a Uagaslne.
A Duty Well Dene.
The teacher bad been giving a long
lecture to the Juvenile clasa on the subject of mors la
"Now. Barry." she said, "what la Mt
dnty toward our neighbors r
"To keep an eye on 'em," waa Um
reply.-Bxchsnga.
rirst Consul ��85.
Marital Dialogue.
Bhe-Tbe tried end loving bnsband
le one who when bla wife bu tbe neuralgia suffer* mors than abe does. Bi
-am abe generally see* te tt that ha
doesu-Ctnclnnstl Enfloirer.
       _,t
���If* ef Wealth.
"UbtHcbr
"tat, msatatk* that bl* nstghtan
hs** all begun ee tell what they* 4*
fer ehsrky tf they tad bl* ~T'
Small Bey Sue*.
Seattle, Oct. IB.���Norman Henry
Rothwell, 13 years old, stepped on a
skylight ot the Bon March* store and
fell to the floor below, fracturing hit
skull and right leg. In the superior
court suit tor $40,000 waa tiled.
the coins���seems incredible; yet it
| successfully done."
At Toulon the great French forger,
Suttler, was held in durance and his
-feats even in prison wore a sore trial
to the officials. One case is on record
where official authority reached the
prison for the release of a particular
prisoner. All the documents and signatures were in perfect order and
proper form, and the man would have
been set free forthwith, were it not
thnt one important paper waa lacking.
Inquiry was started concerning this,
when it leaked out that the letter containing the documents bore the postmark of Toulon snd not of Paris.
Further search disclosed sn astonishing fraud. The orders were forgeries
from beginning to end, prepared and
carried out by the wonderful Suttler,
who had forged every signature, including even that of the President.
The whole life of this prisoner was a
strange romance. He had played many
parts and displayed genius of a high
order, whether clothed in broadcloth or
rags- His end was mysterious. One
nigh't after displaying some marvelous-
ly clever forgeries to tLs officials
whose signatures they purported to be,
hs went quietly to bed snd was found
dead next morning. Beyond doubt ke
had committed suicide; but the surgeons who performed the post-mortem
were utterly at a lose to explain tbe
cause of death. Only a wees previously he had taught a fellow prisoner 10
er 12 ways of cutting ths links of kis
chain, or ot concealing the gaps in the
partly sawed steel. To another Battler seat straw basket whieh was
eondseated by accident, and en pulling
it to pieces each straw waa fouad to
contain a small Ale of wonderful da-eases. I~;-
Usually the British system in eoa-
Tiet prisons is perfect enough to detest a ana's aoseaee loag before he
eaa get clear of the Jail preeiaets. Oa
eae oeeasioa at Portland tke nsnal
betts wer* tolled aad shots dred to
give netiee ot aaateane. All tbe stat
turned ont with leaded riles aad halt
an hour later mm* at tke civil guard
casually tee to prodding th* **ft
ground of the* vegetable garden with
their baronets.
All at oaee a wild yet s���4h��r*d
MM waa heard tress somewhere below
tke ground. Aad simaltaaeoM-jr th*
men were astoanded to witn*** a
spasmodic npksaval ot frsshly-tnraed
soil A bayonet print had niimed
tho desk et th* artfully buried pri*-
*a*r aad with * tontaldv* m*****aaX
a* swan* out of his Strang* tne*.
Thlv**' m* Job.
Seattle, Oet IS.���A comprewwd sit
painting machine, mounted on a three-
ton Kelly track, wu stolen from th*
yard* of the Pacific Pluto Paint oompany. 1MB Railroad avenue, yesterday.
fit* Lo** I* HMO.
MUM, villi., Oet H.-C. U D* TII-
lion's ttor* at th* D* liUtoB brldg*.
waa bwned yeeterday morning. Th*
loes la about st,***. Insurance, tt.-
���W.        __.  ^ ..
pris* be was not otherwise molested. I hanging over   them   amounting   to   50|l
Who!  tbe ornng suppoewl  him  to  bet et even 100 years. If
or what would bnve been tbe eventual; T^e latest nnd strangest case re-1
outcome of this strange captivity no J���1*^ to Paris was one where two!
one knows, aud the hunter  willingly   m��� *��* P"1'���11/ cLut their z******** ���*���***
 ...     u  _       ��� *nA,nn n.��� _o_.de their bedclothes   into   petticoats
gave np the chance ot finding out. . ky ni|_ht     wh:,_ _ap# &nd  *^ were
; skillfully     fashioned    ont    of     picked
Pestsl Rates In 1g30- , oakum-, and they dyed the lower part
According to a table of tbe post of-   of their legs a dark   bine   th   imitate
Be** In tbe United States ss tbey were   IonK  stockings.     Thus   disguised   thoy
Oct 1. 1S30. tbe whole number of of-   ******* ��� ���*>*<*, ^,d toT freedom.    But the
Srs* in  ��*  United State, ��.&��,,* 1 ***** ^^f W*Edd to &?��
The  rates or  postsge established  by   ,ft���ra da_. and ,��X on , ������,% raft,
congress In 1S25 were: On s single let-   kuif drowned and delirious with'thirst.
ter composed of one piece of paper for ���     As to the great   French   prisons   at
any    distance    not    exceeding    thirty; Brest,   Roebefort   and   Toulon,   up til)
inllen.  O cents; over thirty  miles and : recently      amazingly     daring    escapes
not exceeding eighty  milea.   10 cents: j were attempted and carried out;   and,
over eighty   miles and  not  exceeding   ���������ger st.H   coining money was eon
1     .���.,    ' . ,-n __,,��� ������ i . ���, ! stantlv   practiced   in   them.     In    the
ISO. 12V4 cents: over 150 miles and nirt ' word,of'B government inspector, "It
exceeding 40O. 18% cents: oxer 400 ��� _���_,_._ p0ssibf(, lo mllke n)M ot false
lulles. 25 cents; a letter comjiosed of | key, j��� the shops by evading super
two pieces was charged double these j vision; itat to strike false money our-
rates; of three pieces triple and  four j ing the short hours of rest���to hollow
Do you need new blankets, new
curtains, new rugs, new articles
of furniture?
Perhaps you need a number of
things, but cannot afford to buy
them all at once.
If so, make a list ofj what] you
want, and then read the advertisements in THE NEWS Carefully
from day to day.
You can soon see what shops are
keeping the things youlneed and
where you can buy most advantageously, quality andlpricejcon-
sidered.
Progressive merchants fand
manufacturers are telling you what
they have to offer through our
advertising columns. Youjowe it
to yourself to read what theylhave
to say.
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*t**sp*ftjtfm PAGE FOUR
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWB.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913.
Fresh V^ater and Salt
WESTMINSTER PORT
PACIFIC COAST
SEARCHERS FAIL
TO FIND BODIES
Remains    of Two    Men  Drowned
the Pitt River May Never
Be Recovered.
Searchers for the bodies of Robert
Vaughan and Charles Wood, of New
Westminster, who were drowned In
the Pitt river last Suturday, have been
unable to discover any signs whatever
of the objects of their quest and it Is
leared th-e bodies may never be
found.
���' The two men, who were employed
5*t 8mall H. Bucklin's lumber camp,
were lost In attempting to cross the
.Pitt on a raft, nnd the supposition is
that the bodies have been carried
down stream and swept into the deep
waters of the lake, where they may
lie without ever coming to the surface,
Coroner Dr. McQuarrie yesterday
gave, the above as his opinion. Per-
sons travelling up or down the river
are keeping a sharp lookout for the
remains.
WINDJAMMER GEIS
WIRELESS CHARTER
In the province. E. Hunt, station
|agent at Haney, was the prise winner
On the subdivision between Vancouver
and Kamloops. J. McKenzie, watchman ut Cut Hank on the eastern slope
of the Selkirk range, won the prize
on district two, and W. Ponnock,
agent at Brilliant, secured the award
un district three cf tlle Kootenay and
Boundary .branches,
AWAIT RESULTS OF
EXHIBITS AT  WINNIPEG
CANNERS
INTERVIEW
PROVINCIAL
MINISTER
3 Victoria. Oct. 15.--An influential
delegation, representing the B. C. Canners' association and others Interested
in the fishing industry, consisting for
��he most part of those operating in
���district No, L', tlie northern district of
the province, waited on lion. W. J.
Bowser, commissioner of fisheries, at
their request, to confer with regard
to the regulations that will be in force;
in 1914.
The changes in the regulations favoring the employment of white men
were debated, various suggestions received   by   the   commissioner,     were
brought  to  the attention  of the dele-1
gates and their views on the questions I
obtained.    The   commissioner    stated !
that ho would be taking up the matter I
with the Dominion minister of marine
and fisheries following the return from ;
Ottawa  of  the  provincial  representatives of the Dominion fisheries advis
ory board.
TIDE TABLE���FRASER   RIVER.
Earkentine    Everett G. Griggs   Establishes New Record for Sailing Vessels.
The famous six-masted barkentine
Everett G. Hriggs was chartered by
wireless, when far out at sea, says a
letter written by lier master und owner. Captain K. 11. Sterling, at Sydney,
Australia. No other sailing vessel was
ever before lixed by wireless, and tliis
must go down iu marine annals as another world's record for the big sailing craft.
The Griggs Is the largest sailing
craft of lier rig afloat. She was the
first sailing vessel to have electric
lights and a cold storage refrigerating
plant installed. Her sailing records art-
numerous. She was the lirst sailing
vessel to be equipped with wireless.
July 8 she left Puget Sound with the
largest lumber cargo ever carried by
a  sailing vessel.
Captain Sterling Is delighted with
his wireless, which is the latest acquisition of the C.riggs. lt enabled him
to keep In touch with the charter market, and the fixture he obtained
through its use was two shillings higher than he received for the last voyage
of tho barkentine. In addition the
wireless served as a newspaper and
those aboard the big sailer were fully
informed at sea of the I. W. W. troubles In Seattle.
The Hriggs' new charter calls for
her to begin loading at Newcastle, Australia, about November io. she win
take a full coal cargo to Callao for
Davles & Kehon of Sydney.
Word of the results of agricultural
exhibit competitions al the Chicago
and Winnipeg exhibitions In which
produce selected from district ixhib-
its at the provincial fair here wcre entered, is daily expected by officers
Of the K- A. and I. society. The entries taken from here include grains,
grasses, fruit, vegetables, etc., from
Langley, Balmon Ann. Richmond,
Chilliwack. Mission, Burquitlam, Maple
Ridge, Kamloops, Comox. Revelstoke
and  i'entlcton.
Selections from these ten districts
were to have been made by W. J.
Brandrlth, provincial exhibition commissioner, tint owing to his sudden illness the work was done by Mr. Shot-
bolt, and after being rearranged at
Victoria were shipped, with a man In
charge of each, to Chicago and Winnipeg.
INSPECFORS MUST
BE SHOWN GOODS
3IX PERSONS KILLED
IN  RAILWAY COLLISION
I,.,ntlon, Oct. 16.���The following six
persons are officially stilted to have
been killed in the Liverpool railway
collision:    MrB. Owen,  London,   Miss
  IEdmundson, Liverpool;  Olio (iotbolm,
IChrlstlania; linns olsen. Chrlstianta;
Clothing   and   Equipment  to   Be   Pro-  Guard Hlsliop, of the Central railway,
Sheffield;   a  woman, supposed  to    be
duced When Ordered���New Order Issued.
Mrs. Owens' niiial
Mrs.  Owen Is the  daughter of tin
late Sir Charles Scotter.
RUSHING WORK ON
NEW C.N.R. LINE
Laying  Steel  Between  Pembroke and
Toronto���Whole    System    Complete in 1915.
Ottawa. Oct. IB
TAKES OVER STREETS
IN C.P.R. RESERVE
Vancouver   Makes   Arrangement   with
Railway���Scheme   to   Save
Daylight.
For the Week Ending Sunday, Oct. 19.
Westminster. Sand Heads.
Time. High. Low.
High. Low.     Time. Ht. Time. Ht
n'.'if)    0:45 '    4:21 10.4 10:12   5.!
17  16 12:25     16:1(S 11.7 22:56    4.:
6:10    l:2r,      6:08 U.O 10:511   6.<
17:40 12:35    16:38 11.6 23:20   3.'
6:50 2:06 5:5:1 11.6 11:27
17:55 12:50     1657  11.6 211:46
7.35 2:33 j 6::!7 11.8 12:03
18:15 13:35 | 17:16 11.4
8:20 3:20 I 7:22 12.0 0:17
1S:35 14:un     17:34  11.5 12:40
9:10 3:55 .' 8:30 12.1 0:49
18:55 14:30 ' 17:53 11.6 13:19
10:0,. 4:30 ' 9:03 12.1 1:25
19:15 15:05     18:13 11.5 10:04
Vancouver, Oct. 15-
l.S
11
13
lu
17
38
19
9.9
DID  NOT   HAVE   PERMISSION
OF  WHOLE COUNCIL
Fort Coquitlam, Oct. 16.���At 'he
council meeting held last evening a
rather sharp discussion took place
over the extra expenditures by the engineer on improvement work without
first receiving authority from the
board of works committee. Alderman
Galer accused tlie engineer's department with an expenditure of $57 over
and above the amount authorized by
the council. Alderman Welcher exonerated the engineer from blame in the
matter Btatlng that the extra expenditure had been authorized by himself
as chairman of the works department j conBiderabli
The stoppage of the wnrk, li" said
would have necessitated the firing of
the gain; engaged and this he did not
think an advisable thing to do as It
would mean the hiring of a fresh crew
for the next. job.
As a result of the discussion it is
very probable thai in future the engineer will not undertake any work
whatever unless it. is authorized by
the board of works as a whole.
The civic board
of  works tentatively  agreed  to    take
over some of the streets in  the C.  P,
5.-Ti . R. warehouse reserve on    the   terms
4.3  suggested by the   company,   and   an
6 4  agreement will be drawn up between
3.7'the  city  and  the  railway  company   in
7.11 which the city    will    be    indemnified
3.2 ' against loss because of the presence
7.8,01  the  freight  tracks.    At  a  previous
'meeting of the board, property owners
2 7   in  the reserve requested  the city    to
t-i.6 , take over  the streets    and    Improve
2..1 J thetn.  but owing lo  the presence    of
0.2 'loading platforms  in  the streets,  the (
2.0  city refused.    Now the proposal is for
the railway company  to    retain    the
; platforms, make them permanent, and
je.otivHy  to  the  city  tlie  remaining 41
feet for a Btreet,
Save Daylight.
At the regular meeting of the Vancouver   board  of  trade  last  night,   a
resolution was passed approving of   a
request for legislation tending to the
saving of daylight, and another one to
the effect that the government be asked   to  abolish   tiie  personal  property
' tax,  was also approved by tlie mem-
' bi rs.
Small Fire.
Fire   last   night   broke   out   shortly
after 11  o'clock in  Wray  _;  McKee's
clothing store on  Hastings streel  be
[tween Carra]! and Abbott streets, and!
damage was done to the
- J. P. .Mularkey,
contractor for the construction of a
section of the Canadian Northern railway between Pembroke and Toronto,
left Pembroke two days ago. Before
sold weather breaks, he says he will
havi the steel laid as far as Portage
tin Prairie. Before the next six months
the rails will be laid from Ottawa as
J far as Finch Falls.
Then work on the const ruction of
two bridges over the Ottawa river,
lone at Portage du Fort and tlie other
at Chats Kails will be rushed so that
the bridge will be completed next
ispring. The entire section of the road
. in Quebec has been graded and it is
'planned to have it ready for operation
Mn the fall of next year.
The contractors of the section from | ��
' Pembroke   to   North   Bay   and   from
there to the Canadian  Northern  rail-
i wav line now in operation from Fort
|William   westward,  are  making  good
headway  with  their work     Early  In
,1015. perhaps before then,  the  whole
iline from  east  to west will  be ready
for traffic.
Ottawa. Oct. 15. The Inspection of
clothing and equipment of Uie mllltla
regiments   must   be  n   real   inspection
henceforth, That is the attitude taken by tlie adjutant general, Col. Williams, und be has issued instructions
to the inspecting officers somewhat
to that effect. Kach year the clothing
and equipment of a corps is inspected
and it Is, claimed that In the past the
Inspecting officers throughout Canada have taken the word of tlie offlc I
ers commanding units for many of the
uniforms which were not produced at j
the inspection but were nald to bc at
the homes of lhe men's corps.
The commanding officer took the'
word of the officers under tilm that I
such was the case and they In turn!
took tile word of the sergeants over'
whom they command. Consequently
tliere was much room for error. The!
practice, however, saved the troutle
of making every niembi r of a regi- !
ment turn In his uniform.
But it Will not go any more. The
Inspecting officers of the future will
have to be shown the goods.
GR^ED OF CAEH  SAID
TO BE CAUSE OF MURD-rR
Moose .law. Oct. 15. To stand trial
for the murder of Kdward Benson, on
a farm near Calgary, in August last,
\V. J. Collins was last night delivered
at the border by the sheriff of Caldwell county, Missouri, to Corporal Binning, of the li. N. W. M, P.
Collins was    arrested    some    weeks
ago. it is reported thai he confessed
the crime, but fought extradition. The
charge is that Collins succumbed to
the greed of Benson's cash, tliat be
murdered Benson and, to cover traces
of the crime, Bel tire to the shack, in
the charred ruins In which his ci rpsa
was found. Collins gol ever the line,
when suspicion  pointed to him,
Four Convicts Escape.
Portland, Ore.. Oct. 16. A report
from Salem Bays tour convicts escaped
last night and today. K. I.. BevBridge
cut liis wuy out of the prison base
went u Is Bevsridge's second escape,
it. K. Smith and It. S. Wallace, honor
men, left last night and Harry Mar
low. a trusty, painting outside tlie
prison walls, left last night.
It's an III Wind, Etc.
Nome, Oct. 15. Miners who have
worked the beach sands here for their
gold, think It likely that the storm
that half destroyed the city drove
ashore gold bearing sands that will
more than pay for the damage done.
After each big storm, miners pan Ihe
new sand that has been cast uu The
bottom of the sea in front of Nome
is rich In gold, but no method lias been
found of working It.
TRAVERSE TRIAL OF
MARTIN POWEll
(Continued from page one)
FRESH LOCAL TURKEYS fe 35c
Place your order early
and get the   lieut.
day Monday.
.Market   wlll   be closed  all
FRASER VALLEY MARKET
Phone 300.
Columbia Street.
where  witnesses
sided in
University Rifle Match.
Ottawa. Oct 1".. Major Blrdwhlstlo,
secretary of the D. li. A , lias sent out
notices to the different universities
calling attention to tlie university rifle
match which Will be held this fall.
university may select a team and
shoot on any day it likes providing It
notifies the secretary of the da'e The
ranges are 200, 500 and 600 yards.
FRASER VAllEY
AT PANAMA FAIR
Mountain  Fire Checked.
San Jose. Cal., Oct 16. The
liogresB of the mountain lir- on the
valley side of the Saratoga summit,
has been checked in Booker Gulch by
fi cc cf about. 60 m"n by means of
lire -rails and back-firing. The gulch
is a eelbing muss of ruins and only
one i,an. Patrick Murphy, was badly
burned, anl 14 others burned more or
less Berlouaiy.
must
fair
and
next
Products of District  Will   Be  Seen  at
Great  Exposition at  San
Francisco.
PREMIERS  OF  PROVINCES
TO TALK   FINANCES
Toronto, Oct 16, The premiers of
Canadian provinces are going to meet
in Ottawa on Monday, riot. 27 to talk
over the question of provincial finances.
The are going to start a movement
to have the Canadian provincial bonds
placed on the British trustee list, said
a prominent financial man today,
This will enable English trustees
nnd estate managers to invest In these
desirable bonds It is probable tha
premiers will visit Kngland in a body
f.oon and appear before the .British
cabinet.
WE HAVE
A FULL LINE
��if Foster Clarke's soups and custards
whicli wo not from tln-ir display at
tlm exhibition.
Soups  in all flavors   small tins, 2 for
25c;   large tins, each 25c.
Custard Powders in 10c. and 25c
Sago,  4   lbs   	
Tapioca. 4  lbs	
White  Beans, 4  lbs	
���Lentils, 3 lbs	
Local Cranberries, 3 lbs	
Cape Cod  Cranberries,  per lb.,
Cooking apples,  6  lbs	
Sweet   potatoes, 6  Ibs	
A  few  crates  of  Preserving
left at  per crate $1.00.
P
Choice Kastern Butter.
Kastern  Kresh  Eggs,  '���
3 lbs.
doz.
The  Store for Quality and Service.
Dean's Grocery
Burr Block
Phone 386.
Columbia Street
Btock and building by the smoke.
The actual loss from burning was not
heavy,
Can Refuse Drink.
The decision of importance to hotel-
keepers  has  been  handed    down   by
Judge  Mclnnes.  in   which    liis  honor
holds    that    an hotelkeeper    is    not
obliged to serve any man with liquor
unless lie is a bona fide traveller, The
decision was given b> the judge In dismissing the action of Moses Rowden,
a colored man, agalnsl J, li  Teevens,
I  tbe Stratford  hotel, ror $500 dam-
agi B for refusing to serve him with a
drink becausi   he is colored. His honor
found that us liowden was not a bona
(Ida traveller, It was within the dlscre
(tion of  the    hotelman    whether    be
served hlm with liquor or not.
Indians on Trial.
Tha calendar al the assizes bas been
added to by the names of Qeorge Wilson ami Stikine Joe, the two Klmsqull
Indians who are    charged  with    the
murder of Charles   Wilson,  bis  wife
Emma     Wilson,      (ieorge    Paul    and
Watcheo 'ins    TTi.��� tragedy occurred
at the end of the fishing Beason when
the acciis.-d were said to le* under the
[influence of drink.    An unusual coincidence   is   that   (l.-orge   Wilson   was
! sentenced at the Vancouver assizes a
'year and a half ago to is months  in
prison  for an assault on  Emma Wilson,    thu    woman    whom    he is now
charged with murdering.    Wilson had
only  been out of the penitentiary for
a few weeks when the tragedy occurred which resulted In the death of tlie
four Indians,
Tragedy Recalled.
The   tragedy   connected   with   tie-
<ing   drowning   of   O. T. Chamberlln   and
2!jc]  Kred  Lucas,    who    perished    in    the
25c]   Kraser river on May 29, while on their
[g*5c]  way  to join a survey  pany    at    Kort.
.25c. i '���' orgs    was   recalled   yeBterday    iu
supreme   court   chambers when   an
application   was   heard   to   presume
[death and giant probate In   the case
of the young axeman. O, T. Chamberlln.
C. P. R. Awards Prizes.
Prizes In the garden contests organ
i-"d bj the Canadian Paftiilc Railway
company have Just been awarded by
K, \V, Peters, general superintendent
i.t British Columbia lines, A Lovell
section foreman at Agasslz, won the
llrst prize for (lie British Columbia
division, which extends from Vancouver to Kieid, and embraces the Okanagan, Kootenay and other branch lines
Products of districts in  the  Kraser
Ivalley and other parts of the province
will  find  a  place  among   exhibits ofl
the world at the Panama-Pacific ex-!
j position in 1015.   While two vears Is r.i
long   time   to   look   ahead,   still   ii   is
| practically a certainty that the fruits,   roll.
grains, vegetables and other produ ';
of the agricultural  districts of  Ii.  C
will be shown  alongside those of distant  parts of Ui*   world
The big fair al Sin Francisco ls '���
laet from April until December, 1916
and mucb the Bame method of selection will likely be used as In bi ii ling
exhibits to the Chicago and Winn pi *���
exhibitions this year. Fruit and vege
tabli s from the district i ichibits al he
provincial fair here will be Belei ted
by an Independent party and after being re-arranged will be shipped to the
exhibition in charge of an expert. If
the proposition is carried out til B.C,
exhibit from tha fair al New Wea n In
Btrr will cuslst of agricultural products only.
Oilier departments will be lef! 'or
Other bodies io tal<e care of. Alrea Iv
some advance in this hus b-a-tn made
bv 11 li. Iirown. director of till noes
brunch, ol tha Vancouver ixn hi' on,
wh, nas Issued a publlc letter usi ing
for specimens of minerals for .: spluy
at Sar, Francisco and I_on1oi iwo
years hence,
Poor Excuse,
Pocatello,  Idaho, Oct  lff.-j���Becauee
bis oldest daughter had married a
man whom lie did not like. Ben P.
Cantrell, a cement contractor here,
slut liis wife on the street here today and ih.n turned tbe gun on himself.    Cantrell (lied Instantly, but only
wounded his wife, she is in a local
hospital and probably will recover
Cantrell nnd tin* shot which killed
him ju.-t as th-e chief of police, who
witnessed the sho ting cl Mrs. Cant
about ��� * arrest  hlm.
BRING UP QUESTION
OF DEPOT REMOVAl
Feud   Cctw'en   Rival   Factions   in
quitlam  to   Be   Settled  by   Railway Commissioners.
The railway commissioners will hold
Bluings commi nclng on Oct 27
Vancouver The removal of the C I
depot at Westminster Junction wlll be
one of the questions up f. r adjustment ami will reopen the feud between   the   removal   and   :iii:i-reiuo\ ul
factions of  Port  Coquitlam
llurnaby  and  Coqultlam  tnunicipall
ties will bring the excavation  works
the cast
Canada.
The affidavit should have set forth
the   names  ot   the   witnesses  and   tlle
lasl paragraph mlghl bave omitted the
insinuation it contained, He would
bave to insist upon having the names
of the witnesses,   if thes,. names were
.supplied   he   would   not   press  his   ols
Jeotlon,
The Court said  that  if tbe crown
aiforded the defence any assistance as
to the attendance of witnesses they
would naturally expect the names, He
had read in the newspapers thai there
waB to be a special assizes before
Vl ry  long,
Mr. Macneil I have no definite Information us to that
Crown Bears  Expe-ite.
The Court-I know the crown will
incur heavy expense Tlie witnesses
will be the same as in the Dian case,
1 presume.
Mr. Macneil It amounts to tills
that If the trial is held over, tin- wit
in sses will have to be brought hack
from Montreal and Detroit.
The Court All tie se things
give way to the man having u
trial.
Tlie application   was    granted
Powell's case traversed until lhe
! assize, whenever thai may tn-.
May   Recover  Money.
Mr,   Keeve   n ferr.-d   to    the    funds
.which the authorities bad taken  from
i Powell.    In  view of  the  Immense  resources  of   the   crown   and   the   Bank
rf   Montreal   and   he   applied   for   nn
��� order  to  set  aside  some  reasonable
sum   for accused   to   provide  for    his
defence.
'Iin* Court said tliat application
must be made to the officers of the
crown. If they had no reason to l.c
lieve tliat these monies formed part
i I the stolen monev he had no doubt
tli" application  would  be granted
Mr Reeve It is the facl that th"
man stands there penniless and tbe
prosecution possesses unlimited funds.
Tii,* accused is handicapped and help
!��� ss.
Th. court informed Mr. Reeve (bat
'ii representations to tlie proper authorities it was tl.e practice of ths
irt ' ii  to  provide  the  means of pro-
CUriUg   witnesses    for    the   defence
Mr Macneil said the mom y refi rred
to was alleged to be part of the monev
i* len from tli.- Bank of Montreal and
.wis  lo be produced  at   Hie trial.
Tbe Court I (inn.it settle lhat The
; rlsi ner will i, r. mandi d unt l next
assizes.
Dean  Case.
Mr. Macneil mentioned lbs Dean
case in reference to a traverse to the
ti' xt assize
Adam  S. Johnston,     who     lust     ar
rived al  the moment  said  that    sir
n  Charles Tupper was engaged In a lury
it   trial   in  Vancouver  thai   dnv     Both
sir Charles and he were anxious that
ilt.. case should ba  finished    at    the
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A, P. Reynolds, musician, recovered
the sum of $122.16 ami expenses, In an
action agalnBt Mrs .1. A. Wagner, of
the Toronto Academy uf Music, tried
before bis honor Judge Barker In the
county court yesterday.
The action arose out of a claim for
���wrongful dismissal of plaintiff, who
was employed by defendanl as a teacher in the Institution, arrears of salary
ami relent Ion of tnonli s.
Defendanl appear!.1 to have taken
objection to the manner In which Ml
Heynobis conducted his tuition am.
he asserted thai In the quarrel which
ensued, thi defendanl Blruck him with
a ticket puncher ami at the same time
dlscbargi il him. The defence wan Juti-
tlflable dismissal.
Judge Barker beld the plaintiff had
been iiiilawf'il!y dismissed anil gave
Jndgmenl for t'." full amount claimed
w. P, Hansford represented plaintiff ami Deacon, Deacon & Wilson the
dd.-ndant.
marriage of
princess,
Created   Knight.
It  bad  bet n  rumored for (OmO time
thai King   Oeorge   would   confer   a
royal dukedom on  Prince Arthur of
Connaught on the eve of blx marriage
to Uie Duchess of Fife.   This wuh not
done, but by a royal decree    he   Is |
ei*.*,mil   Knight of  the    Thl��tle    and ;
promoted from captain to major of his I
roglmi nl    The Times denies thai    it I
ever  ��as  intended  thai  a dukedom '
should be conferred upon (llm,
Presents bave been showered upon,
..  bride  and   brldegroi in, Including I
jcwils  in  ulunulancc, gold  and  silver
plate and anclt nl and modem furnl
ture,   on" estimate placi ti the value
at  $780,01 0,
Tiie  wedding  nifltt  will   lm  placed
on    public   exhibition al    BU .lames ���
Palace next week, one shilling admission wlll be charged and iiie proceed:.:
will bo devoted to the n lid or   the '
Buffererg of tha Welsh colliery disaster.
WEEK-END   SPECIALS
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���yi THURSDAY, OCTOBER  16, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
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EVERYTHING IN SPORT
'PHONE
991
HOCKEY - RUGBY - SOCCER - BASKETBALL - BOWLING - BOXING
JUST SHOWED 'EM
All Black*   Swamp   Stanford   "Vanity
54-0���Havc. Yet to Be Scored
Against.
Stanford  IJnlvurslty, (al., Oct. 15,
'lbe   New    /,*:il:.ml    All HI,u I.-,   niKby
teum overwhelmed the Stanford 'Var-
hlty today by a SOOTS of Bt-0. Stan-
ford wuh unable to break it|i ihe New
Zealanders' back field iiuhhIiik and fur
ward dribbling, The 'VarHlty ultaek
wuh  easily   penetrated   and  afier  IJ
mlnutOS play New /.'aland bad scored
Id polntB At the end of tbe first half
the score stood !l-9, Stanford rallied
near   tbe   close  of  tbe   firm   half  and
played 'lie Blacks to a standstill, but
the  rally   came too late.
The "Varsity team put up a very
weak play In the second half, no team
work being shown They were out
classed In every department of tlie
game.
TURNED IHE TABLES
PLANS ALL MADE      TROUBLE IN HOCKEY
Glanta and White Sox Baseball Teams   George Rochon  and  Bob Genge  Men-
cash to appear ln answer to a charse
iof threatening. Intimidating and other-
! wise   trying   to   persuade    a    certain
Dora Jim  lo part with her valuables.
I Now  Wong lu  bound no more and   it
happened  this  wise:   Yesterday  when
Ithe case was called, up rose Mr. Hansford to announce tha' he appeared for
Ithe   accused.     At   the   same   moment
there appeared  beside    him    another
(legal   form   with   the  same  announce-
ment    it turned out that the second
interpreter  of  the  law  and   tiie   pro-
pints bailed from the forensic emporium of A. H. Johnston and that be had
] become rather mixed in his da'.es and
j facts.    Finally  it   waH sorted out  and :
��� q .j ��. �� .j,. jj. ft 2 ; explained to him that he was appear-
8 I Ing for the prosecution, but then it was I
found  impossible to locate the prosecution.     Search   was   made,   but   the
TY  COBD  AGAIN.
Arrange Healthy Schedule in
United  States.
tloned In Prairie Amateur Sport
���Important Meeting.
Chicago, Oct. 15.    Thirty-five games
wlll   be   played   In   the   United   Stales |
by the White Soxdlant stars wbo In-
auguratu tbelr world  tour at Clncin
Moose    Jaw,    (Jet.  10.    The annual
meeting   Of   the   Saskatchewan   ama- I
i ti ur  hockey  association   will   be  beld j
i in  the  Y.   M.  C.  A.  bere  Wednesday,
Nov, 5.    Much   Important  business  Isl
natl  on  Saturday.    Beginning Oct.   18 | down for discussion and  It  Is expect-.
Jericho   Ladies  Hand   Bad   Defeat
Vancouver Club���Cominy Events
at  Burquitlam.
Show ing a complete reversal of form
the ladles' golf team of the Jericho
club in Vancouver, defeated the team
from the Vanoouver Oolf and Country
��� lub on the former's links Tuesday
afternoon hy a heavy score, the llur
quitlam iluii members onlj notching
two points against eight Hcop'd by the
homesters
When the iwo teams last met on
the Burquitlam links the Vancouver
and Westminster Indies romped home
with a Victor) so that the clubs are
now on an even basis. Here aro the
Scores:
they will play every day, Uie weather
permitting, up to and Including, Nov.
19. After their game at Seattle on
tliat date lhey will climb aboard a
chartered tug which will carry them
to Victoria, where lhey will take the
lln. r bound lor tiie orient
The Itinerary of the trip ub far sb
all day session.    It is altogether likely j
that one or two new sections wlll  be *
added  to  the  association.    The   local
division   will   be   composed     of     two I
'' ;ium   from   Itegina,   one   from   Weyburn and two from Moose Jaw.
Swift Current will no doubt apply |
ror admission but whether or not they
will  lie elected  after the vagaries of
Syracuse. N.Y., Oct. 15.���Postal clerks from here to Detroit
solved Ihe rebus of a letter
bearing as its address nothing
more than u rough sketch of a
necktie and a corn cob.
A local newspaper artist
mud'.* the odd test, dropping
the letter into a Btreet mall
box without the slightest hint
oilier than the pictures as to
whom it should be delivered.
Word has been received lhat
the letter wua promptly delivered as Intended Into the
hands of none other than Tyrus
Raymond   Cobb,   the   popular
idol of the baseball fans.
Oft*
p
11ff a -*< ft ft ft *
Vancouver after the team reached the | the club for  the  past  two seasons  is
i'acific coast follows
Nov. k and 9, l.os Angeles; Nov. in
San Diego; Nov. 11, Oxnard; Nov 12
Sacramento; Nov. 18, Oakland; Nov
14 and IS, San Krancisco; Nov. If,
Oakland, morning; Nov. l'i. San Fran
ClSOO, afternoon; Nov 17. Medford
on* .Nov. IS, I'ortland; Nov. IB, Ta
coma, morning; Nov. la, Seattle, af
ternoon,
Tin- foreign Itinerary will be an
nounced wlihln the next few days.
BARRIEAU-BURNS GO
! mother matter.
it Is understood that the five clubs i 	
'alreadv In  the local division  will op-1
| pose th>- entry of a Swifi Current club ; Vancouver Scrapper has Much to Gain
nn the ground that they bave now de-j
|si-rtii| the league in mid season on a*
; couple of occasions. Then again they!
! |pt in bad l-st season by playing three '
IIrcfessionals, Dob Oenge and the two i
���JSochonS.    Two oi tbese players after-]
���(cards played   In   the    i'acific    Coast |
I,   .,,.;,,
prosecution wasn't there nor were 'he
Witnesses, nor waB Mr. Johnston, who
appeared the only man who knew just
where to land that prosecution. Tliat
proved Wong's loophole and the court
dismissed the charge.
Missed a Few Meals.
It was alleged by Flre Chief Watson, who is also a prominent member
of the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals, that D. C. Thue
was ill-treating a horse by refraining
from giving the animals enough to
keep Its stomach from scraping close
acquaintance with its spinal column,
further that the horse was worn out,
unfit for work and ready to be Osler-
Ized Into the equine Valhalla. Thue
opined that the horse waB all right except for the lack of a few meals which
he seemed to have missed. Finally
the magistrate adjourned the case till
this morning, when the horse, a competent veterinary and all the necessary evidence will be on deck.
Four members of the International
Brotherhood of l'nited Anointers of
Parched Gullets did not respond to the
roll rail and their dues were declared
forfeit.
if  He  Wins Thanksgiving   Day
Bout.
VICTIM MAY DIE.
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Kvery branch of a Trust business carried on by competent and
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Deposits accepted and interest at 4 per cent allowed on daily-
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We act as Kxecutor and Trustee under Wills and always ready
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Steam hip Agents,  of Vancouver. B. C.
5:  to   1   Shot  Wins.
London,   Oct.    15.   The Csarwildi'
stakes,   th"   greatest     long     dlCUU 16
handicap  of  tlie  year,  worth   ��1000,1
two mIbs and a quarter, was won today  by tbe rank outsider C.  Wada'- i
I-'l/yama. a fuur old buy gelding, who
ttarted a: 50 to 1 and carried 7 store )
7 pounds.
SPORT CHATTER
(Uy the Potter.I
TERMINALS WIN
The laet boxing bout, of the season
will take place in the Steveston arena
next Monday afternoon when Frank
Barrieau, the well known Vancouver
Scrapper, will clash witli "Hough
House" Churlie Ourns in a lii round
battle.
The boxing game has been in a dormant state since the Ritchle-WelBh
flaspo but Ju��t to give the fana another chance before the winter season
I Drunken
I
Ends
!((
in
large number of supporters having
promised to grace the b':iow with their
presence. Tlie stock company playing
re   have   arranged   a   special   pro-
Crawl      in      Idaho
Seriously.
Moscow. Idaho, Oct. 15.���County Attorney John  Nesblt received  inrormation by phone today noon that a drunken   melee at   Deary, this  county, last
night   would   probably   prove   f-uafto
one of the combatants.    Attorney Nes-
bit left this afternoon  for  Deary    to
investigate   and   Deputy   Sheriff   Pat
Malone of Rovill left for there alBO.
The   details   furnished    over    the |
hotel,  made  phone   :o   the   county  attorney   were I
meager.     The   correct   names   of   the
The Bank of Vancouver
th
Jericho
Vancouver
Mins  Beckett
.0
Mrs.
Jenkins    .
0
Mra,    Waghorn"
.1
Mrs
Page
0
Miss innes .
.0
Miss
Peele   .
1
Miss   Waghorne
1
Mrs
A  Btewsrt.0
Mrs   Seiikl.-r  . .
1
Miss
Corbould
.0
Mrs  Criffln     . -
.0
Mrs
Mackenzie
.0
Mrs  J   Boras
l
Mrs.
Twe.-dale
.0
Mrs  Richardson
l
Miss
M    Illllice
.0
Mrs   Tulloch
l
Miss
11    Ulllice
.0
Miss   Bell Irving
l
Mrs
Yuengllng
n
MISS   Orlffin
.1
Mrs
Bikini
0
Mrs. McFarland
(i
Miss
Ogllvie
1
Local  Eowlers Nosed Out by 16 Pins
Against   Hodge's  Team���Other
News.
gram which will proceed the usual
stiow, skilB on players being mentioned as possibilities A large block of
reserved  seats have been taken  up.
I
The ladies autumn  tournament  will
commenc e today at the Burqultlam
links, the draw being minle lit 18:15
o'clock Any lady who finds It Inconvenient to lie present can have her
name placed In tin' draw tiy notifying
the secretary The round must be
made before Oct, ti,
On  .Saturdav    the    men's    monthly
medal competition will be started umi
and on Thanksgiving dav �� sweepstake oompi tition. II boles against
bogey, win be run off.    Competitors
can start up to 4 ,10 o'clock
Will The Swap Suits.
Chicago, OC   15    Old time ball piny
ers nf lti<- Nations] Association of Pro
fessional Baseball leagues, today
planned an Innovation wben the minor
league magnsiis meet in Columbus
next month. They will try to arrange
a Iwll game with 'he convicts In the
Ohio penitentiary for Nov. If. President Han Johnson of the American
league announced that a speclul meeting or the Natlnml commission will
be held bere next Monday.
LoC&] tiowlers were again forced  *o
I bite   the  dust     In     favor    of     Marsh
Hodge's aggregation  from  Vancouver
the  games  being  played on   the  Club
alleys   last   evening.     Hodge as   usual
Came   through    with   high   aggregate.
SSI, hut w��s closely pressed by Harry!
i Walsh   with   544,   who also  took   high
Individual   with   U6,     None of  the  lo- j
coll  appeared  to get  going right  In I
the  first   came  wblch  meant   disaster I
In  the second  and  third
In the doubles bowled later In the
evening Hodge and Campbell beat Cornish and O'Connor. Vancouvro scoring
11M  against   Westminster's   1090
I lodge*
Beviund    US    170    177 - 465
Miller       180    154    177      r.i 1
Hockley     l*m   lfiii   169-   r.ifi
Campbell   l*��   IM   154     538
Hodge   178    1S4    189��� 551
Members   of   the Bapperton-Whlte,
ck hockey team will bold high Jinks!?"1? a ��toP ,** thlsyear*B events, Bert
the  Uoyal   theatre this  evening.  a instead  of  the   Eburne  hotel   made
arr.iiiit. men's to take over the Steves-   meager.     The   correct
ton arena  for 'hat day  and  from  all   persons  in  the fracas were  in doub
accounts is  making a success of the;It appears that a public sale waB held]
affair.    The  go  will  be an important  in   the   Deary   section     yesterday,   at
one  to   Harrieau   for  if he   gains   the' which  there  was a quantity  of  illicit!
decision  it  wlll  mean  a trip to Call-  handling of liquor by bootleggers,
fornia for the former Sapoerton boy, ���     It   is  reported  that   some   who   at-
where he will meet the best top notch- j tended the sale returned to Deary in
lers  in  the   welterweight  class during jtoxicated and that a victim of a sav-i
Down  in  Seattle they are consider- Ith* winter months. lage flght was hit over the head with';
ing entering ttie Washington unlver- Some fear is being expressed that a pail and beaten so badly that he Is
ally rowing eight in the Henley, Eng-   ,he former  V    A. C.  scrapper will be  likely to die.
land, regatta next summer. The Sound '"nable   to   get   down   to  the  required!  ���
city men made quite a hit tn the east '.weight, 145 pounds and it is there that! Holds to His Bible,
last summer und gave quite a shock "urns wlll have the advantage for | Walla Walla. Wash.. Oct. 15.���With
(O the big colleges. The plans call for I Barrteau is better off at 13f*j pounds a small Testament clasped tightly ln
tlie Washington crew     to    enter    the   than au-v other weight. ] his hands, wbere It has been, so far as
IHudson regatta and then cross the \t-'    Thp ri'fer---"' for the bout will be Be-  officers knew, since be was brought, to
'latitic lected   towards the  weekend, a   Van-  the Jail from Touchet Thursday. Oeo
i couver man probably being the choise.  Williams   was  taken  to  the    Medical
Ping   llodie.    the    slugger    cf    the j  ���  ,1-ake asylum this afternoon by  W. P.
Chicago Americans, waa a happy man !__,_. .       jltaley.   a   traveling   guard.   Williams'
HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Branches Throughout the Province ef British Columbia-
Savings Department at all Branches    Deposit* of One Dollar and
upwards received and  interest at tho highest current rate paid or
credited half yearly.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Cheques sold, payable ta all parta ot the
world.
CHAS. G. PENNOCK, General Manager.
New   Weetmlneter   Branch: A. VV. BLACK, Manager.
n Tuesday  when he found ihat Man
Sgar Callahan had Included in his pay I
envelope tin- $500 Ping thoughl he had
lost through sinking liis face into a
Iteln of suds 111 St. Louis last summer. I
BodlS's contract read that he was to I
keep clear of the beer, but be fell f:r|
i schooner under llle eyes of Callahan. |
Ping declares he wlll surely keep on
the wagon nexi summer.
MILLENNIUM CANT
BT TAR AWAY
Totals   852 Slil
Royals:
Walsh    174 145
Cornish     147 181
Burnett 1*�� 166
O'Connor    146 204
Marshall 145 153
NEW SOCCER TEAM
Native  Sons Will  Oppose Rovers on
Thanksgiving Day���Caps ss
Kor the first time perbsps In the
history of the lodge, the Native Sons
or tlie city will field a soccer tesm
against the Hovers next Monday afternoon at Moody Park, a business man
���nt the city having put up a doien caps
which will be presented to the win-
lleri'.
Tho game was arranged last evening between Mahager Tidy, represent^
Ing the 9ons, and Manager Grant, of
the Hovers. The team of the Native
Sons will be selected from the following: H. l.eamy, Stacey, Allison, Shildrick, Cooper. Craig. Feeney, Wilson,
Lougheed, Storme, Oault and Tidy.
Tlm Mahoney wlll officiate.	
Totals   782    K4.    S22    255:)
Burnett and Cornish will bowl a
series of eight games otl Snturday evening to see who la the best man.
On Friday and Saturday a turkey
tournament will be held.
The single men beat the married
men of tin- America^ Can Co. by a
stnal'  margin.
Should Oo It Today.
I.OS Angeles, Oct. IB.-- By defeating
l.os Angeles by 5-3 today. IS>rtli��nd
mnde It possible to clinch lhe Paciric
Coast league pennant in tomorrow's
double header. The Ileavers went out
In front in the second snd were never
headed A double play In the sixth inning, nrecedlng Rysn'a home run Into
right field bleachers, kept them In the
lead.
This F'oht Is PostnoneH.
Superior. Wis., -Oct. 15. The ten
round ���"out between Spike Kelly and
Billy Welters, aspirants to the welterweight championship title scheduled lo take place here Kriilay nleht. has
becn notooned until Oct. 23, because
of an Injury to Wslters.
STILL IN THE RING
Ottawa rugby enthusiasts will get a
banco to see the famous Carlisle In-
���Ium.-. in action next Monday under
BBS. .2869 |Canadian rules. The contest will be
for the benefit ot William J. Slee, ex-
president of the Canadian Rugby
Football union. Last year the Indians
under Ihelr well known coach. (Jieu
Warner, played the Toronto All-Htars
defeating the Queens City bunch by a
big score when under American rules
Jim Thorpe, now with the New Vork
Ulants, wns with the Indians on that
occasion.
last words to three friemis who were
at the jail to seem him leave were. |
"Are you converted?" Williams Is
about 24 and has been working
farmhand. Recently he has been suf->
fering from  reiiirious mania and  was j
jntireaching  to his    fellow    workmen.
  | When   brought  to jail   he   refused   to
give tin the sacred volume, and when-
Drunks  Ask  to   Be   Locked  up��� How  pver jailer Honeycutt looked in at him
he had the hook clasped tightly in his
hands, apparently reading.
Wong Bound Became Wong
Free.
225 - 544
171��� 499
178��� B14
IS] - 531
167��� 465
tt �� ii ���-* �����*���������*���******���
IT WA�� PETRIFIED.
*'.f
Norfolk, Neb., Oct. 15���A
baseball batted over Into a
cornfield 38 years ago by B. K.
Unllantyne, later sergeant-at-
nrms In the United 8tates senate, has been found by exesva-
-���ir   tors. '.','
���:������ The ball had completely turn- ��<���
tt ed to slono, but the seams and w
# stitches were perfectly visible, tt
tt A slight dent on one side msrk. ��
tt ed the terrific wallop given tbe v
���/,. ball by Ballantyue.
���a This was the first league
***f baseball ever bought for North
tt Nebraska and the game which
tins being piayed between Te-
kamah and West Point had to
be stopped because the ball
waa lost.
2*tttttttttttttttt��tt����# ttJDodd-wMI V\*T Mrs. Vanderbeck.
English and Irish Ladlss Rstaln Their
Positions In Golf Tourney���Victoria Entry Eliminated.
Wilmington, Del.. Oct. 15.���Miss
Muriel Dodd. English and Canadlsn
champion, Mlsa Glsdys Ravcnscroft.
Inst vear's English champion, and
Miss Mubel Harrison. Irish ohamplon,
won their mstches in the second
round for the women's national golf
championship todsy on the links of
the Wilmington Country club.
The American survivors who will
enter the third round with the visitors tomorrow are Miss Marlon Hollls
if New York, metropolitan champion,
Miss Harriet Curtis and Miss Fanny
Osgood, of Boston. Mrs. Clarence 11.
Vanderbeck and Mrs. E. II. Fltler, of
Philadelphia.
The Canadian, western Now Jer��ey
and Delaware entries were all eliminated in today's round.
In the matches tomorrow Miss llav-
enscoft wlll play Miss Osgood, Miss
Holll* will play Mrs. Fltler. Mlee Cur
tls wlll play Miss Harrison and Miss
Football is becoming a great aport
among all nations. We read that Prin
among all nations, We read that
Prince Albert, the King's second sen.
has made his place on his ship's team
aud was so pleased with himself that
he dug down In his jeans for enough
collateral to huy the stokers beer or
tea. Just as they preferred. Then
again wo read that Prince Madlkine
Cele, oi Zululand. has been studying
the American game as played by Harvard, coming through with the sugges
tion that the game Is far too brutal
and will never do in his land except In
R milder form. The next thing we
shull read about is a contract let ror
big stadium  In  sight of the great
ictorla fulls.
"Rocket" Power, wlio piayed such a
3lerling,gan.e with the Canadians In
1911 villi probably be back with
iieorge Kennedy this winter. Ust
year Power only played two games
with Quebec although the winter previous he was about the highest paid
player on the Maritime provinces
organization wltb New (llnsgow. This
year. Manager Kennedy is going to try
out a new stunt of having enough
material for two teams, playing one
on Wednesday nights while the other
will be ready for Saturday games. It
Is believed ln this way all the players
will be kept fresh and wtll have only
ono game a week, Instead of two here
tofure. Thc only stumbling block tc*
the scheme Is in finances and George
might lind the going heavy.
Reading 2, Southend 0.
London. Oct. 16.--ln a scheduled"
Southern league football game flayed
toduy, Reading disposed of Southend
United on tho formers' ground by the
scoro of 2-0.
Longboat Ooss Farming.
Toronto. Oct. IB.���Tom Longboat
has sold his cigar store and house and
has purchased a farm near Iieseronto.
Harry Rosenthal, manager of the red-
skin, prophecies that Tom Is through
as n runner.
British Golfers Win Again.
St. Louis, Oct. 15.���Edward Ray
and Harry Vardon, the British professional golf champions defeated E. Miller and Jesse Carleton on the Nor-
msndlo links today. Ray negotiated
the course In 72 snd Vardon In 75.
Bogey for the course Is 19.
GETS JOB ONLY
TO BE KILLED
Youth   Arrested fnr Ara-n.
Belleville. Oct. 15 ���A ������ensnlon his ;
 bpfn pprutig in Tren'on bv the. arrest..
There's getting to be the .nos: |0f g^.] Henderson .IS years old. on a
obliging bunch of drunks around thi8!Cnnrpil of arson. The accused was ar-
town that any well organized police ��� rH|pn���.,| before Magistrate O'Rourke
force could wish for. In most piac-s ��,(, afternoon ;n Trenton where the
the copB are under the painful neees- j oafe w,s e|ven a preliminary hearing,
sity or going through the form of wnat A number of serious fires, destroying
is generally known as "running In" , ���,anv thousand dollars worth of pro-
the meandering jags that festoon the j,erty have within the last few months
thoroughfares, but in New Westmins- i visited Trenton and every effort has
ter  It's  different,  yes altogether dif-jbeen ma(je to learn the cause.
ferent. 	
For Instance: Friday evening last!
tliere came a strenuous knocking at
the lock-up door. One ot the patrolmen thought it was thunder, while an- *-"*-m%" ***** ���**:*���* ,
other allowed it was the rapping of
some of the spirits that sometimes accompany visitors to the hold-over coop.
But it was neither, though the latter
guess was close to the truth. In fact
and Indeed it was one Charles Indiana,
or an Italian gentleman whose name
sounds like the label on the hooiler
state. Slgnor Indiana had some spirits
with him���inside���and he was playing
a tattoo on the bastile portcullis. Seeing that he was so Insistent Charles
was admitted. The day before yesterday he came up in the police court
and Intimated that not he, but the police, had been drunk. Yesterday he
still maintained his allegation of sobriety, but unfortunately, he couldn't
prove it and it was two-fifty and costs
or five days for Charles.
And Still Anethsr.
Pursuing the thread of the narrative, as Laura Jean would say, another Instance of the obliging nature
of the nose painters of this locality
wu offered on Tuesday evening, or to
be more correct, early Wednesday
morn.
In this case the gentleman telephoned about 3 a.m. from a down town hotel that, after a close examination of
his condition, he had oome to the conclusion that be wu under the influence of liquor and had befter be locked
up. Jailer Plttendrlgh. who Is one of
the most obliging individuals that ever
rattled a bunch of keys, Immediately
ordered out the official taxi and sent
for the man with the hunch. They
brougbl blm and his hunch, which was
perfectly In order, to the place fornlnst
the city hall where sueh exhibits are
housed and for some hours he slumbered on the civic pallet guarded from
the cold world. Yesterday morning,
when his name was called In the police court he was elsewhere, prefer-
"lng to forfeit his bail coin.
Bound No Mere.
For some davs Wong Bound has
been bound by fifty slmoleons of oold
Young Married    Man    Meets Instant
Death in Accident at
Kamloops.
Kamloops, Oct. 16��� A distressing
accident occurred in the main street
ofg Kamloops at about 11:30 yesterday morning, resulting tn the Immediate death of one msn. and Injuries to
another necessitating his removal to
the Royal Inland hospital.
The men engaged upon tbe work of
double tracking for tbe C. PR. juat
opposite the Hotel Patricia were unloading huge bualks of timber intended for use either u telegraph poles or
for piles In connection with the track
now under construction. One ot these
timbers, it is stated. Jammed in Ute
wheels of tbe car from wblcb the. unloading wu taking place and Immediately a couple of men, Fred Ellison and
Swan Johnson, stepped forward to disengage it. Their efforts, however, loosened another huge Umber from tbe
load, and this rolled down, struck the
earth ponderously, and rebounding,
struck Ellison on Uie head, killing
him Instantly. Johnson alao wu hurt
but the nature and full extent of bla
Injuries were not known when he wu
carried off to the hospital.
A sad feature ot tbe affair la tbat
Ellison waa married only two months
ago, and had Just left bit wife *X Vancouver while he found work at Kam-
loopf. He commenced thla morning
upon the double tracking operation*,
from wblcb death so quickly removed
him.
ROVAL STANDARD
Is tested for you, madam
There's cnlv one real test for Hour���breadmaklng! We
grind into fiour each sample of wheat that comes in and
then bake loaves with It. If the bread is perfect In
grain, color and texture, smooth and velvety, we order a
shipment of wheat like the sample; If not. the sample
Is rejected. That's our test and that's why it's Impossible
to get a poor loaf with ROYAL STANDARD. Just try It
and Bee.
YOUR GROCER HAS IT.
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Vancouver, New Westminster, Nanalmo, Victoria.
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Price,. Uk. 2*.   ta*W**-rrhk*,
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St W��ftminit��r TratBUf.
PHONE 1QW
AND
-* * --^
L*lfc..*e.
w-
mrtwttswiwmri ��m* -.. THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER  16, H13.
I Classified Advertising
ACENC1EB.
CLASSIFIED ADS WILL BU HE
���reived lor Tne News at the following places: K. T. Hill's drug store,
CZ8 Columbia etreet; A. Sprice,
Queensborough, l-ulu Island.
FOR SALE
RATES.
Osseins* 0��� eeat per word per
-day; ��e per -word per week; 16c per
���tenth; S,M0 words, to be used as re-
��utrcd within one yonr from date of
eoalrxxcU tt��.*tX
WANTBD ��I2��I> K1HST MORTGAGE,
on close in residential property
worth $3500 Ior 18 months or two
years. Will pay 10 per cent. IJ-'x
3M New  Vx'slminstir. I--4-)
SNAP- -ON   CORNER   ST.  GEORGE
and Sixth street, 06 feet on Sixth
and Mi on St. Qeorge, Must be sold
as owner wants to go soulh. Apply
Curtis a Dorgan. (8261)
FAMILY LOSES IWO
THUMBS AT ONCE
Olmpiu, Wash., Oct. 15.���The most
peculiar coincidence in accidents Since
the workmen's compensation act went
into effect was reported lo the Indus-
    trial insurance commission last week.
FOR SALE-AT A SACRIFICE, TWO I A father and son of the same name
Orst class mortgages; $1300 on elate were injured al the same plant, each
in residential property worth $8800, 'by
and j.iinii on farm all under cultivation worth $10,000. Tin-so mortgages
have IS months to run and bear S
per cent, inten st. Will accept any
reasonable oiler us money is needed
lo protect other property, llox ,'i34
New Westminster. (8346)
circular raw. and
mangled lefl thumb,
dents happened within
othe?
a youth of 18. Ilotli were culling
wedges ln the plant of the Tlllicum
Development company at I.omuls,
Okanogan county, when the thumb of
each mun came Into contact with the
circular saw. The son sustained the
more severe Injury and is still disabled,  while  the  father is  back    at
ach sustaining j work.
The two accl- j    The remarkable similarity in the two
iti hour of each , accidents   made   the   commission   be-
I Move the same accident had  been  rc-
The victims wcre John  Melcher Sr. I ported twice until the
and Jr., one a man of 60 and the other I vestigatcd.
ma:ter was in-
ITALIAN   COUNT   WOULD   BE
A  CARRIBOO   MILKMAN
KOIt  SALE���A   LADY'S  Kilt  COAT,
length  ,-"i_  lnche:*,.    bust    36  inches,
cost  $lf>0;   will   sacrifice.    Suitable.
for tin  automobile coat.     Apply  388 L,     vbir.'it    last   w
Btrand avenue, Sapperton.      (2230)]j,ad -^(,rII ������ ., tlmr
Ashcroft, Oct.  lfi    Count  Agostius
ibriel  Kirerra, of Italy, spent a day
ik.     The   count
if  inspection of
FOR    SAI.K ��� SAW    TABLE    AND
saws, foot power mortising machine,
grindstone,   llox 'i'i'i'i News office.
(2222)
' land for a stock
proposition   ln   '
WANTBD $4000 MRST MORTQAGB
nu Unproved farm, ali under cultivation with dwelling aud all outbuildings valued at $12,000. W1U pay "
fnr cent- Bos *x*i Nnw
ster.
10
Westmin-
(2245)
lAFANESE  SCHOOL    I!OY   WANTS
'   housework.    Write T.  Ilarukn,  P.O.
ftox 414. (2387)
WANTBD WORK HY RELIABLE
man, odd jobs, anything. Apply Box
_!240 News office (2240)
FOR SALE���PAIR OF AUTOMOBILE
bkalis attached to .No. 7 shoes. Set
is in good condition. What offer0
P. o. llox 23:1. (2224)
FOR      SAI.K ���  HOUSE      PARTLY
finished, und large cleared lot. Kdmond-. Clear deed. Cheap for
cash. Apply owner, (iecrge Warne.
Eighteenth avenue, Kdmonds. 121401
WANTED SMALL FURNISHED
house near in. Communicate with
41)1 Firat street.    I'hone 2271
(2228)
I'HIVATK BOARDING HOUSE,
btrirtly home cooking, ean accommodate about eight gentlemen with
r��,orn atid board. Terms $6.50 per
week.    305 Columbia street.  (22.7)
WANTED���ALL KINDS OF LABOR
ers' eup-piies. Oriental Contracting
Company, -413 Westminster Trurt
building. (2120)
ACREAGE NEAR NEWTON, JUST 8
miles out, less than 30 minutes' ride
on B. C. Electric from New Westminster; soil excellent, bottom or
upland as desired; tram frontage
$150 an acre and remainder just
back of frontage lots $100 and $125.
Terms quarter cash, two yeara for
balance. This is a sacrifice; estate
to be cleaned up at once. Sole
agents, Curtis & Dorgan, New West
minster.   Phone 466.   No trades.
(2161'
raising and dairying
e Cariboo which is
to be the lam sl of its kind In Hritish
Columbia. He represents large capitalist, interests In Italy and should he
decide to select the Cariboo for the
scene of his operations In this line I!
should prove a great boon to the northern interior.
Among others in the party were the
following well known business men
of Vancouver. C. P, Rell, A. G. Closer
and .1. W. Sukler. who is acting as legal adviser for the interested parties.
The party were Ihe guests of D. J.
Stewart at his cattle ranch at Lillooet
and Dog (reek.
NAVAL BILL WILL
COME UP AGAIN
Government  Lik'ly to Reintroduce  It
Next Session���Chances Against
Tariff  Changes.
He Gives  It  Up.
Seattle. Oct   16.���Dr. J. E. Crichton.
commissioner of health, is inclined to
abandon any further effort to control
the dogs of the city.
FOR SALE���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every oae guaranteed. Mar
ket square. (2160*
WANTED ��� HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
ture in large or small quantities for
spot cash. Will give full value or j
will sell your household goods and
1 Sects by auction. Will guarantee
*o realize value or no commission
���charged. H. .. Rus-aeJl, Westminster
Auction House, King's hotel block,
Columbia street. (2164)
AUCTION SALES.
FURNITURE, STORE STOCKS AND
farm sales conducted. Furniture
bought for cash. P. ll. Hrown. 17
Begbie street, New Westminster.
(2171)
SHERIFF S SALE.
AUCTION SALE
I have becn Instructed by Mrs. L.
Miller to sell by public auction the
i contents of her well-appointed rcsl-
Idence at 120 Slx'h avenue on
THURSDAY
October 16th
TO RENT
TO     RENT���VUR.NISHEU     HOUSE-
kceping rooms, 410 Ash street.
(2229)
1 OUR ROOMED HOUSE TO RENT,
Alderson avenue, Burquitlam, $10
monthly, seven minutes walk from
-SappcTton car terminus, sidewalk all
way. Apply Alderson, North road.
(2223)
FURNISHED   COMPLETE
keeping rooms, $10   and    $15   per
month at 22-1 Seventh street.  (2163)
Province of British  Columbia, County
I of Westminster.
TO WIT:
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED HOUSE, Under and by virtue of warrants of
seven rooms, Iwo blocks from post execution, etc., etc.. to me directed
office.   Apply Box 2252 News office, land  delivered against   the  goods  and
(2252) ;chattels of A. Gabriel at the suit of
McMeneny & Anderson. Kelly Doug
las & Co., and others, I have seized
and will sell at the Melbourne hotel
Twelfth street. New Westminster, B.
C. on Thursday, the 16th day of
October, 1913, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, the following, or sufficient
thereof to satisfy the judgment debt
and costs herein:
Three show cases, soda fountain,
two cash registers, two pair scales, lot
of groceries, office deck and chair, lot
MOUSE-[of tablo3 and chairs in ice cream par
lor. one cooking range, lot dishes
cooking utensils, dining room furniture, crockery, glassware, cutlery, etc..
bedsteads, bedding and furniture, etc..
in 26 rooms.
The  above  will  be  sold  iu  lots    to
suit purchasers.
Terms of sale cash.
T. J, ARMSTRONO, Sheriff
New Westminster. Oct. 1", 1913.
(2212.
At 2 p.m. Sharp.
The furniture is all practically new
and   will   be   sold   absolutely   without
reserve.     Sale   will   include   very   fine,
Early   English   Dining   Room   Set     of
l'edestal   Extension Table.  Buffet  and
Leather Seated Chairs, Axminster antl
i Brussels     Carpets.     Secretary,    Easy
| Chairs in Rattan and Solid Oak. Crass
I Settees,   Occasional   Tables,  Ottoman,
, Brass  and   iron   Bedsteads,  Dressers
Sand Commodes, Malleable Iron Range.
Inlaid  Linoleum,  Rugs, etc.,  etc.
RUSSEL'S   WESTMINSTER
AUCTION   HOUSE.
FRED DAVIS
COLLECTIONS.
DAD DKBTS COLLECTED EVERY
where. No collection, no charge.
American \'*ii.eo.iv. r Mercantile Agency, 336 Hastings street west, Van
couver, D.C. (_16_l
LAND REGISTRY  ACT.
itc  I-Dt S, nf ftVjrks  1-1S  and  149, of
I-ot 92, Croup 1,  Map  1707. in the
District of New W-eEt-riinster.
Whereas proof of tlw loss of Certificate of Title Number 2I33E, issued in
the name at Harry Cline,    has    been
tiled in this office
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the firat publication hereof,
in a daily newspepet published in the
<'ily of New Westminster, issue a
---duplicate of the. said Certificate, un
"less in thc meantime valid objection
8>t- made to me in writing.
J. C OWYNN.
District Registrar of Titles.
"���"-.nd Registry Odiee,
New Westminster. Ii.C, October 9,
191.X i -.26;
AUCTIONEER
(2239|
Auction
Sale
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones:  Office 53. Residence 429
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING AND
BLACKSMITHING..
Agents      I'almer      Bros.'    Gnsolln.
Engines,  Marine   Engines  and   Auto
mobile Repairs.
Office and  Works:  Tenth 8t.
P.O. Box 474.    New Westminster. B.C
instructions from the execu
close out the estate of the
. L. E. Walmsley, I will sell by |','i
Ottawa,   Oct.   15.-It   Is   customary
for the government, at this season of
I the year, to consider   tho   legislative
program for thc session of parliament,
and although  it  is officially intimated I
that  the house is unlikely to be sum-]
moned   till   after   the  new   year.   Ihls:
w-ork   will   be  commenced   next   week.!
By  that  time  the  draft  estimates  ofj
several departments will be ready.
From this distance it looks as though
i tlle  legislation  to  be  Introduced   will
not be of any very extensive character
(as regards the number of subjects.
Of outstanding  Importance  will  be
the navul question,    As    was    stated j
llast week frcm government circles, the i
'. impression Is growing at Ottawa that ;
in view of Its popularity In the country, and the obvious reliance of Croat
llritain upon Canada to do something,
the llorden naval bill killed last spring
by  a  partisan senate, will be reintroduced.    A definite decision in the idV-:
, ter has not yet  been reached.    It wjl'
he the subject of imir.edlal�� Consider���
atict:.
Reforms in the Civil Service.
Many  reforms  in  the civil  service
Were suggested by Sir George Murray.
the  Br'tlsh  expert, and  this report   is ���
now  being  considered     The  expectation   is  lhat   legislative  Bffeot   will   be'
given   to  a  number of  recommends**
tions,  including  those designed   to relieve the cabinet  of much of the routine work now devolving upon  it, reestablishing a sy-t.'m of superannuation, Aid readjusting many conditions
! in the inside service at Ottawa. Involving a new salary schedule,    Whether
the outside will   be   placed   under   a
j commission, as    simigstcd.    Is debatable.
The Hon. W. T. White will have a
'bill  lo  regulate  trust  companies  and
to govern their Incorporation. The explosives  hill,  somewhat    changed     in
form, will be reintroduced, and a num-
I ber of amendments made to the min-
' Int act.
The  railway  act   has  been   consoli-
jdated, but the changes are along the
line previously Intimated, namely, extending the degree of municipal  control  over such   corporations  as  come
under the operation of the act.
No Tariff Changes.
I    li  is a far call  to tbe time of .the
Ibudget speech, when tariff changes, if
any, will he announced, but at present
the chances are against anything very
radical being nut. Into force.
The new United States tariff has
Just gone into operation, and it is
quite likely that Its off- ct will be
watched fer a While. Unless exceptional conditions arise to justify v.iri
on in the tariff schedules the present finance minister Is a strong believer in the principle of tariff stability.
The highways bill will very likely
be introduced, even though it hns twice
be< n  killed by tlie senate.
   1IIIIHI
��� "'	
// you are doint a heal liuiiatii
talk over your __verti*iin< prob-
Isms with the Advertising Department of thil newspaper.
// you an doing a provincial or
national -miin.jj it -would he well
for you to hive the coun��(l end
aiiiMsnce of a (tood ���dv.rli-.tnS
agency. A lilt of thete will be
torn.tl.ed. without colt or obligation, by the Secretary ol Canadian Preit Aiinciatinn, Room
503, Lumi-.n Building,Toronto.
e Poor Man's
University
ON ES knows more about motor
cars  than any other man I
know,"  said   a man   to his
friend.   "He has obtained his
knowledge chiefly from motor car advertisements,   and   the   catalogues   and   booklets
circulated through them. '
" All I know about photography," declared a well*
known amateur, " I have learned from thc men who
advertise cameras, plates, papers and films."
Advertisements have been
well called "The Poor Man's
University," but other than
poor men have been schooled
thereby.
Much of what tin. average individual knows concerning personal and domestic hygiene, modern
office methods, books and authors, electricity, precious stones, investments, and almost everything else,
he has learned from advertisements.
Advertisements have stimulated our intelligence,
added enormously to our knowledge, and given us
aspirations which havc raised us to higher levels of
thinking and living. Advertising ia indeed " The
Poor Man's University."
SEES LOST GEM ON
CUSTOMER'S HAND
Druggist  Loses  Diamond  the  Size  of
an Arc  Light and  Has Trouble
Getting It Again.
NAVIGABLE  WATERS  PROTECTION  ACT.
Under
tors, to
late Mrs
i Public Auction on tin- premises, Cor,
i Lorne and Carnarvon Sts., on Friday,
i Oct. 17, at 1 o'clock p.m., the under
mentioned household furniture and effects, which consist In part as follows:
Parlor- 1 Bell Player Piano, Carpet,
Book-Sage,  1  Leather Arm Chair.
Dining  Hoom  -Dining  Room Table. |
[set Dining  Boom Chairs.    2    Buffets, | C. N. R. Bridges Finished.
Dishes. Ashcroft,   Oct   16,   The two C. N.
Bedroom- -2   Brass   Beds   complete, \ ������   bridges which cross tho Thompson
Dressers and Washstands, Carpets.    |���,,������, ttmf. mIIeg BMl ���f here ar��� (ln.
Miscellaneous    100 ft. Gardt n Hose,  ,���,���.,, Hn��� -���_,,   for ,���. kK,m,|r���lv��� .,���,,
Grindstone,   Picture   Frames,  Incubator, Tools, Cooking Utensils, ('rockery
.nnd a    miscellaneous    assortment of
:sundries too numerous to mention,
TERMS:   CASH.
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KOTICE !.< HEREBY
Corporation   of  the  Clt:
inlilHt, r I,a:, ilepuslu-'l
of Public Workj and I
Hi-Kl.itrir    of   Deed��    f
N'*w Wont-mini
���mil description! of i
'-il Bappnrton s.*.'*'*r*
notto  River  in  kiM
ANH   NOTICE    I!
that  tti" Corporation
GIVEN Hint tt
v of New \\'i
v. Ith-lb ��� Mliilsf
i ttm of floe nf t'
ir   the   lilKiri
1.1. TRAPP tt CO.', UD.
AUCTIONEERS
east Is loni; and very picturesque, it
lias about twelve spans anil makes Its
way scrnss the river on thn bias and
r-cnvpiiit���8 Into de .-iifipp of the letter
S aa it orpfos across. Those bridges
nre verv pilhstantlslv constructed and
tn Ir dnrptlon should equal that of
:h" r. cks themselves.
ef,
(2242)
ilumhla, i.lan*-
ntre line "f propos-
utfail croinlng Bru-1
ilstrlct.
HEREBY    i*IVI-.N :
f tie* City of N'-w
POTATOES SCARCE.
CANADIAN NORTHERN  PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Westminster will aftt
the firm publication i
to tlie Oovernor Oen
approval "f such works.
DATED nt New Westminster, n. C.
I7th day "f September, ]<;)'*.
McQUARRIE, MARTIN ft CASSIDY,
Solicit,.rs   f..r   lhe   Corporation   of   the
City of New Westminster.
(2141)
month from
f this notice apply
ral  In  Council  for
this
PUTS HIGH PRICE ON
HIS FOOT AND TOES
PURSUANT to Section BO, Sub-section
I. of the HrlilHb Columbia It.illway Act,
Kin notice ti hereby fflvc-n thai there
has been deposited with the Registrar nt
New Westminster, :. plan shewing pro
poKwl extension of Dock Bpur from Road
No. is tn r-iinul street, Mileage 8.9 A. tn
MIIi-iiri- 4.3 A. l.ulu Island Branch, .-md
under tho powers given lo It h ntntnti*
the Canadian Northern Pacific Railway
company win ink*-, and if neoessary e-x-
preprints the lands noulri-'l for Its right-
of-way.
T   H   WHITE,
(innl chief Engineer.
Crop  in   Western   States  Shy   Million
Sackc.
Oct  IB    "The potato crop
.asl and Rocky moun
elflc
Spokane, Oet. IS.���While -witnesses
for the Spokane, Portland & Seattle
Htllway company testified In the
court of Judge Bruce Blake that the
railroad is not responsible for the loss
of a foot and three toes sustained by
IJ. A. Kennedy, who seeks $80,000
damages. Mr. Kennedy, who weighs
.'140 pounds, testified that he Is losing
his feet and toes as the result of the
accident.
Tho physician for tlie company attempted to prove that Mr. Kennedy is
in poor health and that the disease of
the feet which made It necessary to
remove a fool and three toes can nnt
be traced to an Injury received In 1909
at Cliff, -when he stepped on a pile ofl
scrap Iron. Kennedy declares that he!
has enjoyed  good  health.
Dr. II. P. Marshall declared that he J
did not believe Mr. Kennedy lost hlai
toeB and foot, because of the accident.
He said Kennedy bus poor blood vessels and said that It would be proper
to say "that when the Lord made lilml
he put In poor piping." I
Seattle,
(if the l'a
���tain states Is at bast a million sacks
less than It was lasl year." asserts II.
I. Maxwell, a Rocky Ford, Colo., far-
, mer. who Is in Seattle on a brief bus-
; Iness and plessure trip.
"Colorado, the home of scores of po-
; tato barons, and where an enormous
acreage Is planted annually, will have
la Bmaller surplus to 'export' thnn  In
years,   The yield probably will not be
"ore  than  two thirds of what It was
lasl   -.car.    In  California and  Oregon.
I   find,   the   yield   Is   correspondingly
Re 1-otK ���.* and 20. Illo.-k I, Sub-dlvlslon fl���",' ",1.1 ' V" '"'ll ih"* ^ ������ \��
of Lot -.tin. a roup I, Port Haney, In Un ' ' ���'" ''' "IIR H "'''��� Every indication Is
District of N.w Westminster, j tInt before lho winter is over 'spuds
I wl'l be -spuds '
LAND REGISTRY ACT,
ivherc.is. proof of lhe loin ..f Certifies!.
if Title Number ti^is !���". is��u.*.i In the nami
if Atlc" May Dorman has been fll'd lr.
'his office.
Notice 1m hereby given that 1 utintt. at
ibe expiration of one month front tlie dnl.
if the flrsl publication hereof, in i. dally
lewspnpnr published In the Cltv of New
Westminster, Issue a duplicate of the kk 10
���'���nirp-at'-. unless In the meantime valid
ibjectlon lie made In n.e tn writing.
.1. C, OWYNN,
District Registrar of Titles
l,i,nd Registry Office, New Wcstrnlnit'-r
1 B.C,   1.1th   Beplembcr,   1018, (J078)
"We do nol  raise many potatoes In
I the Rocky Ford district, as our spec.lal-
|tv   is    the    Roek\   Pord   cantaloupe.
which we ship to the four quarters of
,')..   slobe,   This season, approximately
16,000 carloads were shipped from our
section, bringing    the growers    more
���V"i  n  million  dollars.    We  raise an
| enormous quantity of sugar beets also,
the sugar Industry being the leading
one Iii Colorado."'
BOILERS
Riveted Steel Pipes
-      BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P. O. BOX 442
TELEPHONE   324
Spokane, Oct IB. After a chase of
I three dayB, which carried him before
��� two Judges, the sheriffs office and a
pawnbroker, A. 1.. Auen of tlm Columbia pharmacy yesterday recovered a
four carat diamond ring valued at
$700, which he left upon the wash-
stand In the lavatory at Davenport's
restaurant August 9. lOlL', 14 months
a��i*.
Last Thursday ffternoon. when a
hand was extended aerosa the counter
of Ills store to receive an article just
purchased. Alien's eyes widened as he
instantly recognized upon the third
(Inger the lost diamond which lie had
given up all hope of recovering, lie
was certain of tha stone, he says, because of the peculiar manner Iii which
I! was deeply set In the heavy gold
band.
"That's   My   Ring;   I   Want   It."
"That's my rint:, and 1 want. it. I
will make a settlement with you for
It," said Auen to the stranger. T. V,
Blaster, a laborer, The men then visited three jewelers,   who  .positively
Identified the Jewel as1 haflng been
owned by Auen. Blaster said lie purchased the rlnn frum a waller and demanded n price for It.
No satisfactory prloe could tie
agreed upon and early I'rlday morning
Auen secured a writ of replevin from
fUBtlee K. H. Win. With this he went
to master's partments and was Inform, d the ring had been lost unaccountably the previous night. Alien
ihen elicited tlie aid of the police de-
partment
A search warrant was obtained and
Friday nlgbt deputies from the sheriff's ofllce made ,i complete and minute search of Blaster's rooms. The
ring could not be found.
Ring in Pawnshop.
Saturday Ihe police department re-
n"r*eil tho rlnK had heen located In a
Main avenue pawnshop, where it wns
identified by Auen. the Jewelers and
friends for a second time, The pawnbroker said he bail loaned *Kfi on the
"tone nnd refused to K|v<> it up without being reimbursed,
Alien was instructed lhat he cnuld
replevin the ring from the niw-pbroker
ind set about. In do ������" The broker
���leclared "nit If t'i" rine was token
from htm be would prosecute master
'or otTer'n? nropertv h" did tni own.
-nd obtained a warrant, from Justice
Witt on lhat account.
Blaster was taken in custody nnd
held lit, the police station while bis
Wife pleaded with lhe owner of the
ring and the pollce to nlvo him a
chance.    It  was nually decided    lhal
Bhould  the  jkti be returned  to the
pawnbroker and  Auen  given  Ills ring
no prosecution would follow. Blaster
raised thn money and the ring wan
returned to Auen yesterday.
RICHARD STRONG OF GALT
DIES IN 89TH  YEAR
Oalt, Oct IB At his home, Purbeck
House,  Richard Strong Is dead  In  his
.eighty-ninth  year.    A  resident of Oalt
; for sixty five yiars. he was closely associated with 'he growth of the lown.
being on the directorate of tlie Core
Histrict   Mutual   Flre   Insurance   cum-
, pany for half a century, and manager
of the company for over thirty years.
: Previous to this he was In business as
a druggist in I Hindus and Oalt, and for
a tlm--  farmed  near Qoderlch,
He was born lu Purbeck, Dorset,
Bngland, migrating to Canada wiii n
Sixteen years of iikc The late Mr.
Stmng was not a man wlio sought
public ofllce, but as a member of the
collegiate Institute board for many
yenrs   n nder d   excellent    service   In
educational matters. He was known
as a supporter of high-class music
and sang ln Trinity Anglican church
choir lor fifty years. He also repre-
seated the church at synod, and became well known through the active
part he took In the discussions, lie
was a man of independent views, but
always supported Conservative principles An extensive property owner,
he is understood to have lefl a very
large estate.
Ills wlfo died seventeen years alto.
but there still survive one son, A. II.,
of flail, and two daughters. Mrs llueli
B Lewis, or Ottawa, and Mrs. Wilson
A. McWhlneny. of Oetroit. Mlohl-
gan.
MRS. KIN SENO IS
SHREWD WOMAN
She Runs a Bank In Japan and Attributes Her Succees to Her "Last"
Husband.
Toklo, Japan, Oct. 15. Madam Kin
Bono Is the flrsl, and, so far, the only
s'oman In Japan to attain the rank of
bank prisldent. Besides calling attention to her business achievements her
fellow countrymen are always careful
In have the stranger understand that
she Is a model wife and mother, l'rog-
ioi*s In Japan, so the natives assert,
Includes both men and women. To be
,-iecoiiiitod a "new woman" in Japan Is
considered a high compliment, so,
when thn citizens of Toklo point to
Ihelr woman bank president as their
lending "now woman" thty feel that all
In said.
Madam Seno, when talking of her
success in business, is careful to attribute  It   all   to  her  "last"  husband.
"On September 10, IBU, the bank of
which I nm the president, was founded by Investing a part of the property
of my family, snld Madam Seno In
Interesting Rmgllsh, "And thus my
last husband's aim wns realized on
the lapse of about twenty years after
his death, lie always said that his
properly was the result of his own labor and saving, so that It must be safely preserxed generation hy generation.
On this iniini he fell assured that the
bank business was the most appropri
ate occupation In the world, because
the aim of the bank in general exists
In the safeguarding of ths property of
( all  people."
Kindly  Old  Woman.
Madam  Seno ia a kindly appearing
I elderly   woman    al least, one    knows
that she must be elderly, having been
1 Informed, almost before her erecting
la returned, that she was born December i.'K.  ISfi    Then there are the
I great-grandchildren and the two
grandsons, both officers of lier bank.
i without this knowledge, it wouid be
easy lo believe her scarcely in middle
life, Her complexion Is the color of a
ripe olive, and unwrl.'ikled, and her
eyes are bright Though she has aB-
quired many Kuropean customs, she
Still clings to her native costume lt
In easily understood why her fellow-
countrymen take jiri.ii' in her appear
ance, as well as her character and
business ability.
Bank  Is Purely "Domestic."
"The business method of my bank
Is negative, but reliable," she coui lulled, after a few minutes' thought
"Moreover, the peculiarity of my bank
is revealed In such organization as
that all the members of my family
are shareholders, My grandson, Isuke.
and h's wife nre directors. His young
j er brother. Isaburo, Is auditor So to
speak, by bank Is purely domestic."
In spile of, or, It may be. because
of. this domestic quality which we In
America would call private, Madam
Seno's reputation for probity and
shrewdness being well known anil
highly esteemed her bank has a large
business. Her "negative" policy,
which nn American might call conservative, is considered by her fellow-
countrymen the best of nil methods
when It comes to handling Cielr hard-
earned cash "She Is no wildcat trader." they assure you. With evident
pride In their American slatiK, as well
as In the shrewdness of their woman
financier.
SUFFRAGETTES 8AVE LONDON
FROM FIT OF PEACEFULNESS
London,  Oct.    in- Everything    i��
quiet and restful In London now. with
the solitary exception of the suffragettes, who appear to have broken tho
truce of the holldayB rather earlier
Ihan was expected. The damage announced from Lancashire, (an Imbeciles' home, on which ��80,000 waa
spent, haa been burnt I by thn wild
women ts but, It is to be supposed, an
earnest of favors to come There aro
not wanting those who ascribe HiIh
recurrence of militant activity on Ihn
part of the suffragettes to a desire on
their part not to be outdone by Sir
Kdward Carson nnd his friends While
Sir Kdwnrd nnd thn men of Ulster nro
talking, the women are up and doing.
Perhaps, however, II In merely a desire on their pnrt to let ministers seo
that they are prepared to attnnd to
Ihelr work during such time    as    tho
members of his majesty's government
are In Oreat Brltnln.
Practically all the members or tho
government nro In Kngland now, or
will shortly be coming here, Sir Kiil'ia:
Isaacs reluming to town on Krlday
next from a stay In Italy In the lako
district. It Is presumed that he la
coming back ln order to give the government lhe advantage of bin legal
knowledge In respect of the wild men
of Ulster, so tho outbreak of the wild
women Is calculated to remind th��
government II al they have more than
one thistle  lo handle, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1913.
City of New Westminster
"New Westminster Debenture Interest
Conversion Bylaw 1913."
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
liVI.AW  NO..
the vole of tin- municipality will b" taken
on tlm 1Mb day ul peiobsr, 1U13. bv-
twsen tin- Jinur*. of ll .r.-lock u. iii. and 7
o'olock ti. tu. at the following plaoas, viz.:
Tin; oounoll chambsr, olty ball.
No. < fin. hail, Bapperton.
Nn fi fin- h.-.li. ThlrUanth street, und
at Queensborougn.
Vi   A. Iif.VCAN', City Clerk.
city hall, New Westminster, Octobsr 7,
A  IIVI.AVV TC
KICKS
AMKNI) BYLAWS NUM- |
101, li.;: AND ttl.
[tut:!.
fllSS)
PROBLEMS FACING
FHUIT GROWERS
ti
WHKUKAS   llie   n.unklpiil  council     ofj
elty
irporatlon uf it"
minster did wltli tin
i,n  tin*  thlnl  day  uf  July.
im.su Bylaw No. [tl, liiin*.
utile th<- munlctpiil oounoll
olty
f   New   Wesl
uf il lectors
1613,  finally
i bylaw in iii-
^^^^^^^^^^ I tie* eurpim.i
lllll.   of   the   Olty    nf   New    Weslllillisti-I    |,|
litis., by loan ths sum uf ssventy-ftve
thousand dollars (975,000) for tbs purpose nf constructing a new reservoir mul
enlarging  it xlstinic  reservoir and  ii-
uthik the waterworks system In the elty
N'-w Westminster, the said bylaw bains
Ikniiw'i as "Waterworks Bxtenslon Deben
I line Bylaw, Iti:, Nn. '_ "
anu wiikukas Un* oorporatlon by tin-
;.ld bylaw authorised the Issue of deben-
City of New Westminster
I    THI I AaREKMBNT, mads ths
I daj  ni . ons thousand nine
hundred and  Ihlrtsen
aarwEHt,.
VANCOUVER POWER COMPANY,
LIMITKli. hsrclnafUr called tho "Powei
Company"
of the first pari ,*
und
'till*; CORPORATION   OP  Till-: CITY
I OK    NKW   WESTMINSTER, bertlnafter
liiin . tn tl.e iit.i,unit nf seventy-five tlx.u-
,,i dollars  11 ..-..nnii)  n in- payabla mi
���ths   flint   it.iv   of   July,   IMI,  and   lu   bear
���nteroul at Um r** nt four ami .,..��� j..,ir
It l-'l) per (-'-nluin tier nnniiiti pajmble
liulf-veariv mi the ri.Ht day .-.* jumuiry
Si..t ih- first day of July In eaoh y.-ar.
ANU WHEREAB il..- municipal oounoll
Un- corporation uf tin- city nf Now
estmlnster mt with tin. ossant nf tba
ntora nn ths llilnl day of July, 1811,
luallv  pass Inlaw   Nn    l.V.'.  Ii.-hm a bylaw
enable tin- munlblpal oounoll uf tlu olty
NOW   Westminster  lu  ralue  by   lean   ttu-
u. of m.e hundred    thousand    dollars
Jioo.imiii fnr tin- purpose nf (ranting ths
th.   Iloyal Columbian hospital in
Jdltimi   ti.  ti...   -"im  uf  tliirtv-   thousand
|llarn   (lto.0001   granted  under "Hospl-
Debenture  Bylaw,  1101," He- Inld by-
bslns Sniwn iu. "Hospital Debenture
aaw, i!H2."
kNli wiikukas the oorporatlon by ths
inlaw authorised the lusm- nt deben-
t  In  Ihe  ..(ti.unit  nf m.e t..imlr>-il  tllijll-
I dollars (II00.000) to bs payable mi
���first day uf July, nti, mul tn bear In
at   lhe   ral"   nf   four   and   One-half
11   per oentum  per annum,  payahie
earlv  uu   the  flrsl   day  nf  .1 niiiary
n- first day nf July in snob year,
ill)  WHEREAB the .nunlclpal council
.ii-|.iiriiiiiui  nf  On- olty  "f    New
uir witti ths oassnl nf tin- i l'i'-
Bid mi  Hi- thlnl day ..f July.   UU,
By pass bylaw Nn- Its. being a bylaw
Hi.i..   th.*   municipal ncll   of   ths
nu on ..f tie .iiv nf N'-w Westmln-
-nlHe bv loan the -lllll nf tw.-nty-
usand dollars (125,000) fur the
i.r Imnrovlns tin- olty uarkH. being
l* "psrks tmprovomant Dsben-
iiw. 191! ���'
jWHKUKAS  lhe  Oorporatlon nf the
fcN-w  Westminster suthoiised  the
debentures   t"   tti"  amounl     nf
��� thousand dollars ffZS.OOO i   '*.
mi the flrsl day nf Julv.  ISSt,
���nr interest  ut  ihe rate "f four
hntf 11  i.'i  per oentum per an-
fiiiiile half yearly mi tin- rirsi dov
and  lh"  first day of July   In
ISOOtid pttrl ;
any   on   ths
under
II
JrtlEREAfl ibe debentures nu-
kv iin- said bylaws, Nos. lil. 1 r,2
fhavi- nol been sold, and owing to
i*.-   In   ths   r.n.-  ..f  Internal   fnr
li"   lh,-   paaalng   nf   tlle   sai'l   by-
said debentures thereby autimr^l
i' in- sold and disposed of exoept
.unt Involving n substantial rathe unimmt reqairsd t" te- pro-
- and it i�� nsoeosary tn nn*. this
uthorlslnR th" debentures io the
���ninti to bear Interest at Hi
(I) per centum iM'r annum.
Ill   WHBRBAB   ll   wlll   lie  nee
^^ Hiitd   bylaw   Nn.    l&l    to
Suail*.    by   -im-iI-i!   rate   tlle   mini
tide. i\      and      stxty-oni.      ami      fl_   .
ItQSl.Stl   to  for... a  *��lti-KUiK  futi'l   Qii" n-l���,niuKb.
pfor th.- rormenl  ��� ���' Hie principal innl Uwl iv   A
���um nf  ihr."  tlioimalul  -��evei,  Inimlreil  nm)        en.,    I . n     v
fiftv   dotlnri   HSlMi.   f,.r  lntere��l.  m.klllK    .',     in,-
together a total amounl annually of fnur     **  '-1-*
thousand   f-.-.r   lirti tr- d  :���!!'! eleven   "nd   Clr ] *m*t***m*m***m*m
1(1(1  dollar*   (1-1(110.'. I   fnr  the    '���*-���     ""
oalled ""ti"   Corporal
of tin*
Whereas,  tin-  power  comp
lOth day ot .April,   ISO),  obtained
th,   provlslonl nf the Wuter Clause
nili,I..ti,,ii   uot   (Chap    tin   K.   K
ifc'J7i  a i.-i.uit ,,r  10,000 Inches of
uul   nt   CoqulU-Ufl   take   subject   tn   ei-rlaln
oondllldni endorsod mi itn- record of such
groat
And whsrsas, these oondltlons provided,
amona other things, us follows, namely:
"Tbat  In addition   I"  Uie  water whicli
tl..*  ell*.-  of   New   Westiulnst
in t.ik.   from Coqultlam lak*
lei-work*-*! system, tie  company Hhall wttl
..ui  cost, surrendai   to the city uf    New
Westminster  1000 Itch's of water. If and
win li,   ri'iuln .1.   or   Hin-h   less   nuuile-r   of
Inches from time to time as may  he required, but nn that th-- whole number "f
Ine!..*"  kn  surrendered   shall   not   exceed
1  Inohes.
"Tti" oompany shall pay the annual f.-.u
for such 1000 Inches, both baton and af-1
t'-r hum' nder, ami sliall enter Into a biuil-
Inu asret'tnent wllh the nald city to aur-
render said lOQO inches nf water t.. tbs
ellv without cost t" the .-In*, and lo pay
ile   iitiiin.ii fi-'h tti respect thereof."
..ml Whereas, lii" tut.,.ration has reum *.t-*.l 'in power company to surrender
t., th>* corporation ttie ruUi iooo Inches uf
wati r.
.v.,����� it Is agreed In* nnd between tho
parties hereto as follows :
Th" power oompany fm* Itself, l'i sue-
feasor)   and asslim    hen*by su-rrendent i"
il rporatlon  1"(|"  Inches nf wator nut
of th.   said irmnl '-r  i". I Inohes which
i i inch. * i    I*- be in addition  to such
water u** the etrporatlon may be entitled
to tik* from Coqultlam lake fur iti* wa
!, rworki syrtem.
The I"���-* * .*'.:'.!'���.��� f-.- ttH-lf, It** sue-
oeMorfl and aaslsns agrees to pay tie- annual   f" r  payable  frm-i  tl  to tlnr- In
ri-Hi,. .-I ,.f itn t000 Inchce ���*', surrendered
���o; 1 herehy waTants thn' tbe annual foes
In r.-vri, c of the Huld i'.."i Inches un t"
tie- <t*.! nf i!i|h agreement hav,- been .luly
nm t  In   !':<   company.
In   n't',,.,  whereof  the  parties  hereto
I.,.,  cioused these presents to be executed.
Wltnest:
Causes of Difference  Between   Prises
In East and Quotations in
West.
During   tiio  sitting  of     tin'     select
standing comtnlttag of the bouse   of
commons on agriculture and colonization a few months uv,<> It came out In
svldence that many   apple   growers
wet" last year unable to Secure more
tlmn from 75 oents to fl.00 per barrel
un the tree, und In some districts bun- j
|drsds of barrels nf kooiI fruit were]
���lloiMd to fall to tli" Kround und rot!
becafso no profitable market could bei
found  for It.    It came out  also that I
in thc westers provinces consumeri
were required to pay from jsuo   to|
$5,50 per barrel for good fruit.    J. A
W. E. FALES,
Opp. Carnegie Library
rati
rnl����'
r mix
100
TitWr   until-**1   Mint   a   rff'T'-ntltim   nn ,  In
wli-ill* r It [n iiflviHihif r..r tht oorporatlon
tt�� ��'nti-r Intm \*.,- ,*\h*\** iHtn-'-ni.-nt will bti
Ktilimftt"' I" Oi" vol" '.f tin- ������licti.r-i nu
Up- elfftitPenlh *!;iv of October, oiv ihou-
KUid nine hundred and thlrtBen< bctwean
Hm- boiin "f 8 "'��-l��'r-k a. tn. atlfl 7 <i'clock
p,   rn    nt   Ilu-   following   plaO-Mi   viz. ;
The c'.unf'n chamber, nty hail.
No   4 fin- Imll. HnpiMTton
twtl, Tblrt��M-nih  atr^fl,  an��l  nt
DUNCAN, city Clark
w    WwtmliuHar    Octot
(2111t
Isl,;S^;fr^||aty of New Westminster
uSdries4M��� "���'��� ��� ������ ��� '������-" <������'""��������� Ur """j 	
"'i'sw'wMKtiKTs'ir'wiit.. je-err      AA*1t**iUBIT��**   i pllsat.   .....
. ,...    ,,,���   _,,),.    UvlllW    Nl,      1,,-    t'l    11.11*'   a"-   I **^^^^*
Iftiddlck, dairy and cold ptorat-e com-
ntltied I mtsSlonsT, In Blvint! evidence on thlH
fur ltn wa-1 question, pointed out that about $1.75
per barrel wan received In lhe Lake
Ontario and Lake Erie ditsrlcts by the
members of co-operative associations,
wiille Independent growers received
about $1.00 per barrel. The commissioner in referring to the discrepancy
between thc first and tlnal prices of
apples, estimated that the unavoidable expenses amounted to about $���_._-
per barrel, made up as follows: Karri 1, -15c; picking, 177c; munauement
i.-pens, s or commission to a local
buyer, 19c freight to Winnipeg, Mc;
broker's commission, 12c; and retail-!
it's profit, 50c per barrel
The question of mark.'ting was but
ane cf many dealt with by the special
committee, who had as -witnesses
besides tin* dairy and cold s'orage
commissioner, Daniel Johnson. Korest,
Ont : s .B. Chute, Berwick,. N. S.; W.
3, Fo_-i_o, Vernon, B. C, aud James
tiardwtlL Ottawa.
As e-ndence of tlio value to the
srewer of co-operation, Mr. Johnson
Instanced the cat**" of a woman who
was offered by a local buyer $125 for
her crop, for whirh she received;
thrrngh a co-operative association
;$l.o:j.5.
I     Mr. Chute, who   represented    1.500
. fanners,   as   manager   of   thc   l'nited
! fruit   companies of  N'uva  Scotia,  ex-
I plained  that through his organization
6,000 tons of fertilizer had becn bought
from^Sli" manufacturers for tho members, who had benefited to the extent
of about   $16,000 on  purchases of fer-
tlllzers, spraying machines, and mate-
rinls. farm implements, seeds aud oth-
.?:��� r-aquiremants.
Equally Interesting evidence was
given tiy the other witnesses, all of
which appears In a pamphlet of 116
pages that has been printed for public
distribution by the publication branch j
f the department of agriculture at
Ottawa.
The Iver Smith Sales Co. now Selling Fales* Furniture Stock
THE PRICES ARE DOING IT
you never saw such reductions, and the way this big stock has been
moving along has kept our sales force on the jump from early morning until closing time. One thing is certain���the people of New
Westminster know real bargains when they see them. One man
bought Furniture and Rugs for his entire house and told us afterwards that he wouldn't have use for them for at least six months.
He figured that it was much cheaper to store his Furniture than to
pay regular prices later on when he would be ready for it. This stock
is so large and so well selected that you can't possibly make a mistake in anything you buy.
Special ��� WALL PAPER, 10c Roll of 16 Yards
���
ANI'   Wit Kill .AH   ll   will
under t'.e hi.1'1 livli.w Ni'   1
nuallv   l.y  ���pectal  r��te  th<-  sum
hundred    and     tdxty-elcbt   snd
ri,.11.nn   ISStl.tO)   to  f'-riii  a uliikliut  f
fnr tt..* payment "f tt..- principal
.uin ,,f five .ti,,.;s*i!ni doltare
Intereet.  m iUUuj l-naeth
enmiullv  nf five  thousand
Ills
i-lgll!
Vli.ton
t
1 the
|t,')U"l     f'"
t,,tni amount
\n\ii  hundred
In   dlpllooti   tlii��
lu
t.'iuuHitml  nui"
AOnKEMENT    limd.
day uf
it,,   var i.f .,..r   Lord
hundred and tbirt'.n
UBTWBBS
His MAJESTY Till*; KlN'i,  repreaest-
rd in tli. Honorable William Jame. Roche,
tin  Majptty'a  lilnlster "f tie- Interl.
il;..   I,, niinafter oalled
$d-iou
hundred n"'l
ilnlli.ri.   > Ss��fS (,-..
f,,r   tin-   flrsl   year.
���and       sixiv-i-litbl     and
��Jr.sr,��; v... r,n ii,,. t.nn nf forty-nine (ta.
y.-nrs   for   ttie   I'lrivrni'tlt   nf   111.'   Bull loan
and  lnt.-r< nt  thereon  "-i hereinafter men
tl'i'l'-.l.    Uie   .".Hi it    ',f   elgl't
i-lglitv-iiU   und   "r,.ioo
hsvln-s   heen   ruined
siskins fund
ANH WHHRRA8  tl will be neeeesary
under   nid   bylaw   Nn.   lf.3   tn
liuilllv   tiy   sue.-lnl
bundred   und   seven!	
l;.m  [$ti7401  t" f.irtn a linKlnl mnn iuii
tbe payment nf the nriuritiul snd the sum'
iw.-ive    bundred-   ate*   fiftv    dollara
&o i   fur  tut'T'-st.  nmking toaetbar  a
nnuitllv   of   une   llu.nsanil
id  slily-sevi'u  ..nil   2U-tr.(l
HI   fur  ttie   term   nf  fnrtv-
fnr the repayment nf tn*
-I Intereat tbereun ns bereln-
.n-.-i,  tb" nnionnt  nf twn liun-
1,,!' it-*- |oad
VAN.'
���'the  Crown.'
���il--.lt      POWER
.. body  corporate
crelnoftei    called
COMPANY,
duly   iiii-nr-
������th.-    c,)in-
lf.3   to   rai:
tbe   8UI11   nf    twn
 ,   nml   *_'i  I I .1-
^^      fun., a Hlnkl.t"* fund f.
pt nf ttu- nrlnrlni.l nnd tli
of    twelve    bundred
^^L_____^_
total   tinii'iuit
four hundred
���Inll.-irM  lllll
lll'K-    It'll    \
aald loan .1
after ni"utt
... ,<nd  fll-iou   ..'ill-'r*;
.,.��� ralSSd fur the flr��l
net vnlue nf  ,J5?
t!r.-d   ni'd   'went
I t'-"_l  14 >       l.V I'lK   li.-"..
year's idiikiptt 'nti.l.
AND W-TRRBAfl lb-   	
rateable  land  In  lhe  municipality
to   the     lam      ;i-".'-i-ui|, ul      roll
tn  ��evi-rite,-n   millions,  nue   him-
t��e.*.*n ttii.um.ii'l. nine hun-
dollaxa (|i;.if.".��40).
COTJNOIti of   the
wl"
ordtnK
ntimnntu tn BP
dred nn.l fiftv
ilr'il nnd fortv
IHE    MI'NIl'll'AI.    	
iiiniiriitlnn of lhe olty nf New W.-Hlniln
.ter  enuct!-  uu  fullnwi.'.
1.    Thnl the wild debentures nuthortsed
bv   hi.1,1   tivblWH   l&l.    152   nml   1-3
hear  Interest  nt   the  rate of flv
,'i-iitunt per snnum cmipuied
fliHt dnv nf July. 1��I3. nnd aueh Intereal
ahall I"* payable Imlf-yeiirly nn the first
-l.iv of January anil the flrat day of July
In eneb vear mirlnsi tba currency thereof
and ttie Hatd debenturea ahall bnve attached thi-rcto ooupona for tbe pavmenl
..r tt.e said Interest which ahall l��ear the
Hlirtiatu-*.' nf the mavor nnd clerk, and
mich slcnstiiee mnv be either written,
stamped nr lllhtwfnph.'d.
'i.    Then- shall be raised and
inially   during   the  currency  of   ��� 	
ib bentures authorised bv aald bylaw No.
IM by special rule sufficient therefor upon
nil Uu- rateable bind within the limits of
lhe said municipality In addition to the
annual sums riin.lred by tha aald bylaw
Nn. lf.l In th" sum nf three hundred and
aeventv five dollars HJ76) to pay lha additional Interest authorised by thla bylaw.
tlie sum', tn be In arndltlon lo all ratea to
ba levt.-.i and creali'il In the Snld inunlel-
1'i.llty.
>, Tbere shall be ralaed and levied annually durhm Ihe currency of the auld
debentures authoriied by aald bylnw No.
If.2 bv sisclal rate sufficient therefor
upon all the rateable land within tha limits of the sai.l municipality In addition to
  required by tho aald by-
-    *...���A**A   un_
ahall
(il   per
from    lhe
.evils! an*
(he  aald
unnuiil soma
r No.  lf.2 the 1
fifty dilliirs (I2B0) lo pay I
luti-rent authorised by thla by
to be In nddltlon to all ratea -cv on in,
nnd created In the aald municipality.
i���w no. .��m.vri^Tt&So'sa I
LIMITEP.
^m^^^m^^*m**^****m
(i nrt
Tin:  CORPORATION  OP  THB ('ITV
OF   NEW   \V!>-! MIN8TKR   a   <*'tv   Mun!-
clpnllty In th.- Provlnw ��.f MrltiHh <\.linn-
l.i.i. heri I nolle r called "uia City "
��'"'   I'V  ptttHion   ��.f  rlKlit  <).��ti-d  ihi'
third 'ia. nf M:in>li. lyiu, nitd In tho
exohtqinr court of Canada .m.i duly I
���erviHl, tli. tlu ati'l one Uutthew _darihafl
���ought im- r nii.i i "riain proprietary rini'ts
in ih** lamls mni praroitea therein dssorTtied
lum) ih-' company ami the cruwn duly fil��-<I
and f��t'n��*l a defence t<> the iuit.1 petition,
ami tin ciiv filed and duly served u reply,
untl the i^ii*"" in saM action have iiitin-r-
to b��M*n stitiKilnK (����r tilal;
I And Wttreot. on tin- -itli tlay uf March,
A.l'. 1910; an !_wv*'iu��nt wai UWOUted \#*-
tween Ui��   crown and th<> eontpany with
raapt rt ta tin- OompanyfS n;i|*llcailnn fnr
perrnluion to build *t dam ut CoQultuunl
lak- and to execute ct-rtaln utht*r workM
for thf purjNW of developing water pow-;
���T In 'Mnn-ctlon with tin- wild dam,* ft)
copy of whloh agraamont i�� hereunto fth*
nested i
Ami When ai, tho construction of the
want work is eontim-inK under the termi
of  the u-kiv* nvnl  tost   rcr'*rrt'il  to;
And Whereas, tht- object of tin? city In
the utUutlon firm above referred to was
to Beouro both tin* quantity ami purity
of water reaulfed for the supply of the
citv of Kew vVeatmlniterj
And Whrrm*. the coinimny han by
aKr��-�� nn nt of eVtn dati�� herewith ��urift^
dt*rt'd to thr city 1000 lnche* of water out
of tht* Rnuil of 10,000 inckt'H of water out
of Coqultlam lake grunted to the qom-
tuiny on the 30lh tiny of April, lln.3, under the provisions of the W��ter ClBUKI
ConBolldfttlon not. 1S97 .<Mmp. 190 ft. ��.
n. c. ifi��7�� which luoo Inchea Ih to he In
addition to mot) water an the eity may be
entitled to take from Coqultlam lake for
ltn waterworks nyatem.
And Whereas* the fnirtien to ihe ubove
HtlRatton siihjiet to the approval of Ills
Excellency the <lovcrnor-<leneral in council did afitree to settle nil matters In dlf-
r.-ri-hc" between tlwrn by eutMrlua Into
thn Hgreement tien-ln  contained;
Sou- this avreement uitnenaeth ami tt i*
hereby apreed thnt the ugriH'ment of
March 34. 1110, hereinbefore refern>d lo
shall, subject to tho approval above mentioned, be amended i\nd altered to the following extent, that Is to aay:
<o_ Th" cltv shall be considered the
party of the third pnrt to the said agree-
und   the  nald   agreement  ahull
read  accordingly.
4.    There
.taiT^'^.^.^r'jih.
nuallv   du'rln*  the   currency of  th..
ilebenturea authorised by_j��ld bylaw No,
>y  apeeiai  r��io    ���_...>.���    therefor
unon all the rateable land within tha llm-
��� ��� i-imitiv In addition to
tfiS  by  apeclal  rate    aufflclent
II Ibi      ������-���-        "    ���^-
...    _.   . nid -munic.n-am.-r  n. mm.    .
the annual auma required hy the aald by-
��� ���" ��".��_i-m��_I and
It
an nu tne niie,,,,,- ,���,,	
of lbe mild munlcltaillty In addition
��� ���..i**a hv iht, aald b
law No. 18^����l%r7tSh^vi,,��"n'''1
twenty-five dol �����,'JL"'* hy "this bylaw,
dltlnnal intereal ��uthnrt���� W <    UK, ,
;ih/,ev'l?.d'nnS��crne,r.odr��h. salt muni-
clpalliv. , ,��� i.ffaet on
../���ree1;..^'".?.: ^rTtn* lleulenant-
fri^NTnAs: "iNTKUEBT CONVEU-
BION UYLAW. !����'���
l'i
the
PONB ANT) PAaBKT) In open council
e (flthi alxth dny of October, 1918.
RBCKIVBD the naaent nf thn clectora
the dny of October, 1913.
RBCON8IDBRBD   and   finally   paaaed
ths day of October, 1913.
Mayor.
Cltv Clerk.
HRCKIVF.D tho aaaent of tha lleuten
ant-suvcrnor In couneil the das
���f October, 1911.
day
Take notloe that the above ta a true
VH of the proposed bylaw upon which
party u. .ne l.���,m ,  .~ ��� - __
ment,   and   the  aald   agreement   aball  be
���corillnsly,
IS) The foHowlns worda ahall In' added to Clntiae 1 of the unlit nsreetnent, vis.,
"the word 'City' ahall mean and Include
Ihe Corporation of Ihe City of New Weatmlnater."
le) Tbe full,m*inn ahull be added after (.'Iuii*.. 13 of the auld agreement: "Ua.
The company ahull keep pun. and maintain thn purity of the water aupply for
thu cltv ut and above the Intake pipe '���>��
Ihu elty."
Id) In riiHi. of any dleputo between
the company and the city or between the
company and the clty'e engineer touching
any lnattei- provided tor by theae prea-
cnt-*-. In reapi-ct of tbe r��*ijulr.*uu.-utn on the
part of the cily for the preservation or
aecurliui of tho purity and aurflclenuy of
llm water aupply fur tbe city, auub dla-
pute aball lie decided hy the tnlnlator of
landa or lifting nitnlnter of landa of the
province of Britiah Columbia for tbe time
being or by audi peraon or peraona aa may
tin appointed by him to hear aud decide
aueh illditut' or In cuae of the inability or
umvllllngncm. of aueh mln.ater of landa
or acting tulnlitter of landa of tbe province nf llrltlah Columbia fnr tbo time being to act or to appoint aome other pi'i-mm
or peraona aa iiforeaald (a leiter from
lilmmlf or Ida deputy algnlfylng audi Inability or unwIlllngneHK being conclualvo
proof thereof) aueh dispute ahall be decided by the mlnleter of thc Interior or hy
audi other peraon or peraona na may be
appointed by the mlnleter nf the Interior
to hear and decide aueh dlapute, and the
declalnn of tho mlnleter of landa er acting j minister of lande pf the province of
llrltlah Columbia or the peraon or peraona appointed by him aa nf .rcanl.l nr tho
minister of the Interior or the peraon or
peraona appointed by htm aa aforesaid aa
tho case may be, snail be final and con-
$40,000 FURNITURE AND RUG STOCK AT
THIS G0ING-0UT-0F-BUS1NESS SALE
Consisting of fine Living-Room Furniture, Folding Go-Carts, Craftsman Bookcases, Dining-Room Furniture, Brass and Iron Beds, big
Leather Chairs, fine Bedroom Suites, Rugs and Linoleums, Rockers,
Writing Desks, Davenports, etc.   It's a rare chance that won't come
again soon, and you will surely have something to regret if you
don't take advantage of it.   Come early this morning.
Goods  Packed  and Shipped  Free  to Oat-of- Town Customers
W. E. FALES, ^a^rij^ New Westminster
A bite of this and a taste of that, all day
lon��, dulls the appetite and weakens tha
digestion.
Restore your stomach to healthy vigor
by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet
after each meal���and cut out the ^tclac1*
Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets
are the best friends (or sufferers from
lnd.��estlon and dyspepsia. 50c. a Bos
at your Druggist's. Made by the
National Drug and Chemical Co. ef
Canada, Limited.
149
lUKlvt*. subnet, however, to an appml to
tlie UeutartanUgovernor in council of the
province of Hritish Columbia*
(e) Tho compuny ftfroea to pay nil the
out-of-pocket exi*nsi'8 ot tht* city incunvd
. reason of the litigation us uforeantd,
toKvthi r with tin' proper cotttn und chnrKi'*
of Hollcitora nnd counsel tten tncurrcj by
tht. city. th�� whole not tu t.xe*rd the eum
tm thousand dollara t $1 it.OOO >. such
payment to h*> made on or IWore the first
day of Deoember, 11*13. and th*? company
sliall on or before tho first day of I>?ci*tn-
b��r,   1913, pny to thc city th*' further sum
f eleven thousand dollars (111.000) and
shnll also pay to thf city the further sum
of one thousnnd dollurs (SlnttO) a year
hereafter un the first day of Jummry In
*>ach and every year during tht* construction and operation or maintenance of thi*
said dam, the first of surh payments to
be mnde on *he first day of January. 1914.
tf) For the belter protection and conservation of the supply of water to the
city and for thu company, the Coiiuitlam
reserve, coinpt If In* un urea of fifty-six
thousand < 66,000) acres more or less and
IU constituted by order in Oouncll dated
tho fourth day of March. on�� thousand
nine hundreil and ten, shall bo continued
and the minister sluill make and enforce
all niceaMury rules and regulations governing the nald lands so reserved eo that
the Rnmft mnv be preserved for the protection nnd eonservntton of tho supply of
wnter to the cltv and for the compnny, nnd
so thnt the purity of the water supply of
tht* city mny be maintained.
iff) Tho city ahall havo the right at
nny time to apply to the parliament of
Canada or to the legislative assemblv of
the province of British Columbia or both
to confirm thin agreement or to empower
it to carry out any of tho terms thereof
or to enforce this agreement, or to do and
perform any mntter or th'ng therein contained. Provided, that the companv shall
be at liberty to tak" such objections to
such nnntlcntion or legislation as It may
deem ndvlsable.
In witness whereof. His Majesty the
King hns caused Ids seal to be affixed bv
the Honorable William .lames Roche, and
th'i companv and the citv have hereunto
<��f'l\ed thel" comorat" wAh. under the
hande of their proper officers.
Siffned aented and delivered
In tho presence of: ^^h
Take notice thnt a rcefvrndum as to
whether It is advisable for th�� ooroorttlon
to enter Inti the above agreement will be
submitted to tbe vote of th�� electors on
the eighteenth dav of October, one thousnnd nine hundred and thirteen, between
the hours of fl o'clock n. m. and 7 o'clock
p. ni. at the following places, vis,:
The council chamber, city ball.
No. 4 fire hall. Bapperton.
No. 5 flre hall, Thirteenth street, and at
Queensborough.
W.  A.  DUNCAN.  City Clerk.
[   City hall. New Westminster, October XI,
1913. (2216)
L
aU. FOUND TO
MISSING HEIRESS
several years -on a statutory charge,    (defense In the Jones trimT vers boy��
In  denying the motion of Attorney ;anrf sn'rfe timfrr IS years of age. Some
E. K   Iirown for Jones for a new trial  of th.-i _hnwcif a kaaraledg* sa stsock
Judge Kauffman    severely   criticized | ing t* the court thst no minors were
conditions in E-llensburg, particularly jallcwetf fn eosrt c_-cept to testifjr.
jshe has given the following stat��in��r.t
I relative to the case:
I    "I was greatly surprised to learn of
| this remarkable    case,    as   Thaddeus
] Stevens   was   a resident of _ny home , ������-������ ��� ��� ���>��� * ���
I-town and  may  still  be,  so far as  i .faying Charles Manner, the proprietor 	
!know.    In his younger days my broth-1 of tht>, Q��een ca-��d>' 8'0re- at,    whIch   ENTERS STRONG PLEA FOR
���   ���       -  ��� ....  I nln no it   xAvan Qnnwit  In  tht* trial '
Hslf  Million  Pocketed  by  State
May Reach IU Rightful
Owner.
Boise, Idaho, Oct. 15.���The real heir
to the 1500,000 estate of Alexander Du-
vail, the wealthy, eccentric recluse of
Uvermore, Cal., whose estate was sold
last we-ek In Ltvermore at public auction, the state pocketing the proceeds,
may yet be discovered and located
through the clue offered by Mrs. J.
H. Spatnhower of Krultlsnd, Idaho.
She ls a former resident of Duncombe,
lowa, where Thaddeus Stevens, who
married Amelia Duvall, daughter of
Alexander Duvall, lived, and may yet
be a resident of that town.
Mrs. Stevens is the missing heir to
the Duvall estate, but search for her
has failed.
Grew Wealthy In Ecuador.
Alexander Duvall was a Frenchman.
When a young man he went to Ecuador, where his services as an engineer
were such that he received the order
of Simon Bolivar and concessions that
made him a rich man. He purchased
the Chateau Boll vue and the big vineyard surrounding It, one of the most
beautiful estates ln California. With
him lived his wife and their one child,
thn beautiful daughter Amelia.
It was three yeara after the purchase of the estate where Duvall and
his family made their home that
Amelia was won by Thaddeus Stevens,
son ot ��� rich eastern woman. From
that time Amelia was as though dead
to her father. Stevens asked Amelia
to marry blm without first securing
the consent ot her father, who fl< w
into a rage on being so Ignored that
he refused to ever see her again. Although two years later one of Duvall's
servants Informed him that his daughter had been deserted by her husband
snd was destitute he refused her as-
slst-ince. declaring, "I have no daughter"
Seareh In Vain.
It was shortly after thla that Mrs.
Duvall died and ten dura later Alexander Duvall paaaed away. Since then
a careful search haa been made for
the mlssl'.g daughter. Failure on her
part to appear resulted hi the aale ot
the valuable estate by the state of
California last week.
The ttory of the aale ot the Duvall
estate haa .lust re%ohed lira. Spain-'
hower ot Frittland la thla state and
I er  stayed   with   him   and   this  same
j young wife.   The pity of the case Is
"*' I that the young woman should be punished her entire life for this one act
of folly.
Squanders Mother's Cash.
"Mr. Stevens was Immoral and Intemperate, but blessed with good
looks. His mother idolized him. She
left her husband, John Lundy, ana
took her profligate son to California,
where he squandered her money, met
and married this girl and took ber
back to his home, a humble cottage ii.
Duncombe, where for a time he I
straightened up and tried to be a
man.
plane It-was shown ln the trial a score! THE FRIENDLESS LEPEIT'
or more of young girls had been con-) ��� 	
greeting and  discussing sex affairs     -A ���������.������ ,e        etaOayp, oar ,t-.
with almost the freedom of the under (tratfoB.- sard W. M. Banner of Cam-
.orlU
Judge Suggests Ordinance.
"There are no laws In this state
thut Jeal with such places," said Judge
Kauffman from the bench yesterday.
"There seems to be no city ordinance
that will regulate the running of such
places and I greatly regret It 1 would
advise that the city attorney draw up
an ordinance dealing with the operating of such congregating places for
young girls.
"We have   ordinances   preventing
young men from entering pool halls
"It was not long until the yom g * and saloons but we have no ordinances
wife saw her fatal mistake and they j to prevent girls from   running   the
left Iowa. When he returned ahe v as
not with him and many supposed shp
had gone back to her parents. Ue went
from bad to worse, squandered his
mother's last dollar, and I was In Duncombe visiting my parents and saw
the offlcera carry this once proud
woman, with snow white hair, to the
count y poor house, broken In spirit,
mind and body, while that same s-n
was a drunkard In the ditch. The
mother, broken hearted, died ahout a
year ago."
Heir May Be In Chicago.
From time to tlipe
been published that -the missing
daughter has been found. The latest
report nf this kind comes trom Chicago. Mrs. S-oalnhower believes that
Amelia Duvall returned to California.
Her husband, who she haa every reason to believe, la still living at buncombe, ean If he will, ahe thinks, tell
where his wife is. ���   . i
of
to!
They,
TOWN AROUSED
OVER CONDITIONS
Startling Revelation* In Court Shock
Illeniburg���Children Allowed
to Run Wild.
KUsnshurg. Wash.. Oet 11.���Judge
Ralph Kaufman, la the superior court,
yesterday teatoaood Oeorge Jonee to
tho Monroe reformatory tor not loaa
than oae year aad sot am* than flv*
yean. Jones waa coavleted two wehka
ago attor the most aamMaMMrial Is
streets and gathering at such places.
' believe lf such a place had not existed there would be no occasion for
su a a trial as we have just gone
through wtth, this girl wonld have
V tu saved her shame and thla boy
would have been aaved the disgrace
ot a felon's sentence.
Parents CrittclMd.
"It Is to the shame ot the
thia city who allow their
run about the streeta at night
should be severely criticised"
Attorney E. K. Brown stated In court
reports have j that he a.r* at no Ume advised against
'the marriage of Jones aad th* MaUatte,
girl, but in fact bad urged It but that
the boy's mother prevented It
In   pronouncing    sentence   Judg*
Kauffman stated that he had abao-
tely no sympathy tor young Jonea.  >
City I* Aroused.
The oue has arouaed a wide aentl-
meat In Elle-aaburg.  A aeotiag called L
by O. W. Ball, prealdent of the Associated Charities, and attaaded by a
commute* trom the Associated Chuff
ties, a committee trom Ue Fedsratadl
Women'* club* of tto city. r.'A. Kera.1
th* p-roaecutlag attorney; Ay A. Whit-
Held, the elty attorney, aad a aewapa-
oer editor, waa held tn th* public library and a eommltn* waa awotated
to draw up oetltloaa to aak the oo
ell tor a police woman with ao other
dot!** than to look after tho moral
condition* anrroundlag   young   boya
aad girl* of th* olty. ^T^^
Want Conditions Hetterod.
Tht* committee wUl draft s aettttea
and hav* It circulated throughout the
city and presorted t* the council
meeting, October M.   A ataaa
lag amy alao bo called.
It la propoosd to hav* tld
bridge, Masa, American secretary ot
tbe fnter-denomiuatfonal mission to
lepers, in bis address at the Spokane
Y. .If. C. A. lost Sunday.
The mission to leper*," contlnuetf
Hr. Donner, "funifshce money for
buifdings and cur-gent expenses of tbe
leper work done by each denomtaat-on
whfle tbe denominatfoaal salaatoaary
gives the sopervislon. and Christian
toac-hing. - )
"The leper ia afflicted la three ways :
He fs sick, poor aad ho-melesa. Hia
Illness may be oae of three types or
he may have mixed leprosy.
"Most et the leper* __re beggars, possessing- no piupeity except tbe \t*-*-r
beggars' bowl The peoplo of
particularly regard leprosy aa a i
trom tb* gods. They ~
a member af their *m* I
the home. '
Thero are bow M ceates* of '
i     i
where leper* are cared lar \*f
clety.   The gntfted* of Ike
-��-**&$%
van." i^M	
Thero la a false la
missf-aaary becomes i
dtoeaae.  Thtsi 	
of leper par eats ar* eAaa aaved Bsaaa
5^W*XI&5S5^- **
ValleyfOrd. Wash.
Valleyford bren "
art' aa*o*latloa
apple* today.
Oct   lft-rfW
sum roRjnyc thqmmnb
hav* th*
tew law. attest _ _
aad the like aad t*
better aoadfflffH
af-
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���.'���'.: ���i'm.-pmsmwii. ViiSMsrcrffiiir-fli PAGE EIGHT.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER
1911
The Japanese
are tho most persistent toa
drinkers in the world. They
drink it at all hours unit in great
quantities, snd they are moreover less afflicted with "nerves"
than uny other people on eerth.
Cun think of nothing moro refreshing than a Rood cup of ten.
We carry, a very well assorted
stork, pretty well every known
variety of tea.
OUR  LEADER
Blended by ourselves and c-om-
posed   of   high   Brown   Ceylon
and Indian Teas, per lb. 45c.
CEYLON  TEA
Verv pond quality, lb.  .    35c.
:;  liis.  for   $1.00
SPECIAL BLEND
Containing a good  percentage
Of Flowery Tip. Ib. 60c.
Flowery Tip Ceylon, lb.  .. .^.OO
TETLEY'S Rustian de Lux
Name  Implies  the  quality,  in
1-4 Ib tins, per tin 50c.
RIDG WAY'S
"Her Majesty's Wend," 12 lb.
tins, per tin 50e.
l':icolored   Japan   Tea,   per   lb.
35c. and 50c.
Spider Leg Tea, per 11) 50c.
Gunpowder Tea, per lb 50c.
Tetley's. Upton's. Kidgway's,
Nabob, Malkln's, Salada, Hlue
million. Masawatta, in fact any
tea tltat you havc been useing
yon can get at
MODEL GROCERY
MATHESON &JACOBSON.
30S Sixth St. Phone 1001-2.
Burnaby Branch:
2nd St. and 15th Ave.
All  notices  of  meetings,  entertain- j May Oiacusa Bylaws,
ments, sales of work, etc.. In this; A meeting of tlle executive commit-
(column are charged for at the rate tee nt the Progressive association
Iof 10 centa per line. Please do not I will likely be held today 'I'he only
iask members of the staff to break this business to In' brought up Is dlscus-
irule, at their Instructions are positive.
Meet  Next Tuesday.
The regular meeting of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital will lie held in llle V. \V. C A.
ooxl juesdaj afiernoon at ;: o'clock.
to vote at (be civic elections hold In
January, to have Iheir names registered on the list. During Ibe past two
weeks city clerk Duncan has bean
called upon to hand out n considerable
quantity of blank forms to be filled out
by applicants, the requirements being
thai a person miiKt lie a liritish subject, must havo bad six months' residence in the olty prior to making application and Ib paying a rental value
of |100 a year. Tho lists will close
on   October  lil   iu  order  to allow   tlle
names to be made up in book form,
Coal.   Coal.   Coal
,   Westminster Coal Co..
I'hone 8S0. Hox T.'iS. Clieapes
Coal.   Coal.   Coal.
Wesl minster Coal Co., Ltd.
I'hone 880, Hox TiiS. Cheapest and best
(22116)
l.ltl.
and best
[8236)
WEDDING BELLS
Store Was Closed.
The Co-Operative stores. Eighth
street, yesterday closed at 2 o'clock.
thus allowing its clerks a half holiday.
It is understood that lhis action will
be continued each Wednesday,
Money to loan on first mortgages,
improved city and farm property,
9 per cent. Alfred W. Mcl.eod.    (8168)
May  Sell  Island.
In order to  prepare a  report as to
the advisability of selling Tree island, j hat-gin
a committee from the board of tradi
visited  the  place yesterday   morning
The report will he made to the
meeting,, f tomorrow evening
egular
sion of tlio Ihree bylaws which go befure the ratepayers on Saturday, and
ar. effort may be made to have these
endorsed at tbe meeting.
boat White osprey. between Agnes
iand Bt George Streets, Finder please
leave al The News offlos, (31168)
Honor Local Citi_ens.
Two more New Westminster   cltl-
sens  lone   beon  elected   members  of
the  Hoyal Colonial   Institute of Urn-1 	
<ion. England, these being Ronald   L. w,lv   uni mc
Cliff and Thomaa R. Pearron.   Last     A wray-holm_.
year Rldgewajl Smith. Kenneth Myers A QUlat but pretty wedding was cele
Lid 0 H Stuart Wade were elected .Mated last week at llle home of tlle
nu-mhan bride's    parents.    Mi.    and    Mrs.  W.
  Wray, 1184 Edinburgh street, between
Insure with Alfred W.  Mcl.eod, the  Lillian  Margaret  Wray und Cecil  Kd
Insurance    man.    All kinds    written. ��� wll> Holme,    youngest    son of   C. ,1.
'Hundreds of millions to pay losses.      Holme. North road.  Burqultlam.
(21591     Tho   happy   couple   proceeded   to
 . " | Seattle and the coast  cities for their
A B'g Hanrmg. !honeymoon and will lake up Iheir fu
ll.   BS,   Leash,  photographer,  Is nowjture residence in New  Wesiminster.
number   ol   large   photos	
taken in this dlatrlct, on the walls ofl OBITUARY.
the H. C. K. I!   depol here.    The views}  ~~
are of the Fraser valley, showing farm
McAllisters Limited
SPECIAL   PRICES   ON   WARM  BEDDING,
BLANKETS, P1LLLOWS AND COMFORTERS
All wool blankets; In full double hed size, 04x54; six pounds to tho   pair;
This Is a grand value at, (ier pair $5.50.
A  speclul sale of Comforters,  lu  various new  chintz;  different colorings
clal for this week, each ut 75C.
A full double bed size comforter;  In new design chintz;   well  made and  filled
S1.2S.
Feather Pillows; full size. In art ticks;  guaranteed purified feathers.     Special
and $1.25.
Wliite  (ireclun   Bedspreads.  In a good heavy weight;  full bed size     Very special value at S1.25
either  blue  or  pink   border.
��� These are  well  filled.    Spo-
A  great  value  at each
values  st  75*.,  95e.
A BIG SHIPMENT OF IMPORTED TAPESTRY
CARPETS JUST TO HAND
I
A Woman's
Training is for
the Manage-
ment of a
Home*
She spends prudently,
but is seldom versed in
investments.
It is in your power to
now arrange matters so
that  after  your death
she may be assured of a
regular safe income.
Is it not the part of
prudence to arrange
that today?
Call on our Trust Officer. Tell him what
you wish done with your
estate and he will show
you just how it may be
accomplished.
Dominion Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
Paid Up Capital and
Surplus % 2,800,000
.'.ss ts   4,873,983.95
T r u s tee-ship*.  Under
Administration over    6,(100,000
Trustee for Bondholders over     25.000,000
C. S. KEITH, Manager.
Offices- Vancouver, Victoria,
New Westminster, Nanaimo,
Calgary. Itegina, Winnipeg,
Montreal, Charlottetown, 1-tm-
ilon, Kng.;   Antwerp,  Belgium,
New Westminster
Branch.
605  Columbia   Street.
Open   Saturday   Evenings   from
.   to  9.
Hound trip fare $r.9.6n New Westminster to San Francisco, Cal.. via
Great Nurtheni railway account Por-
tola celebration, October 22-25th, O'I
sale October ISth lo 20th, return limit
good November  ISth. (21S7I
Meeting Called Off.
Hecause of another gathering of
ratepayers tonight io discuss the tlirei
bylaws to be voted upon on Saturday |
"i general meeting of the Progressive
association to be held today has been
postponed and will be called next
week. Notice will be isiued of the ex
act date.
lands, live stock, etc. Many of the
pictures have heen greatly enlarged
by nn ans of a new apparatus invented and perfected by Mr. Leash a
short time ugo.
Free of Debt.
When the linancial assistance prom
ised   by   the   Hurnaby   council   conies |cemetery
through, lhe Ciiitral Park Agricultural '
society will be in a position to claim
its freedom from debt, the recent fair
bting a hug" success.   All business in
connection   With  the    exhibition    was
cleared up a! a meeting of the society
helil on Monday evening.
NICHOLSON���Tbe funeral of tin-
late Malcolm Nicholson, who died on
Tuesday will take place from the
family residence. 238 Sixth avenue. !
this afternoon at 2 o'clock, the change *
In time from 2:30 o'clock being made
yesterday afternoon. 1
The Interment ceremony  will  tnke |
place at the family plot, Odd Fellows'
A very extensive range of Tapestry Carpets Is now being shown on our carpet floor, both In piece
carpets and all sizes in squares; imported direct from Kngland We can give you the very best values
and the newest designs and colorings for this year.
Tapestry
yard
Carpels
at   	
In  a  big  range of designs and colorings;  2" inches      wide
New Hotel Block.
The second storey of thp Occidenial
hotel was razed yesterday, a large
gang being employed on the work of
removing the building in order to give
room for the new* four storey block.
Coal.   Coal.   Coal.
Wesiminster Coal Co.. Ltd.
Phone 880. Box 75S, Cheapest and best.
(2236)
Bu.ldmq Pen-nits.
Building permits were Issued yester-
, day from the city building Inspector's
I Office lo Cameron brothers for alterations to the  Lytton  hotel,  |1500;  to
.1. ll. Diamond tor a five roomed bun-
, galow  on   -Simpson   street,   Sapperton.
$1500, and    for a new    front    to    the
Merchants cafe, $200.
Say No to Burnaby.
' llurnahy has asked that the Pacific
'highway signs placed along Kingsway
bc marked showing the limits of that
jmuiicipality. This request, however,
has been refused since the road signs
of the highway league all along the
coast are of cne design which could
not be changed.
For plumbing, heating nnd shoe'
metal work consult Merrlthew A Ham-
say. Eighth and Carnarvon streets
Phone 5S6. (2148)
MORE CRITICISM        I
Of B.C.E1 RATES
(Continued from page one)
Specially      priced       per
'65c 75c. ���""��� 85c.
Tapestry Hearth Hugs;  in all kinds of pretty colorings and designs; size 24x45, each at   S1.25
Si/e 27xfil  inches, each at   ��t m
Tapestry Carpet Squares In n wide  variety of shadings and  Inrge  mil   small  designs.    These carpets  will
give almost  endless wear and satisfaction and are very moderate   In  price:
Size 9 fl   by 9 ft..    Specially  priced   at      58.75
Size 9 ft by 10 ft 6 in.     Specially   priced   at         S10-50
Size 9 ft. by  12 ft.    Specially  priced  at    S12.50
Seamless Tapestry Carpets, in  all shades, and very large selection  to choose from;  sizes to fit any room.
Size !)  ft.   by  9  ft.    Specially   priced  at       515.50
Size 9 ft. by 1" ft. �� In.   "Specially  priced  at 516.75
size 9 ft  by 12 rt.   Specially priced   $19.78
I
Fred Davis will sell by public auction the furniture and effects Of Mrs.
L. Miller on the premises at 120 Sixth
avenue, on Thursday, October 16, at
2 p.m. sharp. Kvery article must he
disposed of and will be sold absolutely
without reserve as Mrs. Miller is leaving for the old country. (__33i
Wards the end of the year, bul he was
**���*****" j of an American engineer being    em
Burnaby Liberals. ployed on the work.
'�����'--l   '���������������;.���'   ������������   '*"���"���:���.-   <���'���       -That    Is a pretty    small    way    cf:
ln a position to state that a company
which would require gas were to take
over Ihe    buildings    and    employ    a
larger  force  than  ever,  once  tlie  can
company has removed     lie cited several   instances   where   Hurnaby  would '
benefit b]  the passage or the bylaw. *
Councillor  Stride!,  \V.  S.  Hose and,
P   ii. Brown all spoke   in   tin-   sami
vi in.   the   former   depreciating   tin
Statements   he  had  heard   in   tbe  city
that    db>    that    some    people    wert.
!against   the  bylaw   .imply  on  account
1 thinking," said Councillor stride.
Another ll. c. E. Ft. matter cropped
up when the estrangement of Vancou-
vi r und the company was discussed
In regard to new car barns. In (-vent
uf the ompany not agreeing to the
city's demands it is hoped that tin
compan) will see (It to erect tlieir
barns  in   North   Hurnaby  on   its    own
The
the West Hurnaby Liberal club will be
held r:i Monday evening. October 27.
A n.i . ting cf ihe eiub was held this
week when II. M. Fraser, president or
the organization, gave an account of
ins stewardship. A novelty in the
lectlng of new officers and whicli it
is thought will stir up considerable
interest, is the Bcheme of issuing two
lets nf Ik kits, red and blue, officers
being named on either t.i:ki I
Civic Enriloyment Bureau.
Carpenters are busy at the city hall
making alterations on the second floor
'.ii thc quar'ers formerlj oci .ipied by
.in engineering Btaff. When completed, ihe rooms will he occupied by
Building Inspector Turnbull as a
municipal employment bureau. An en
trance to the building has been erected  from the rear side of the hall, lhi
platform running past the police sta-  property     A  Bpeclal  committee  cen
tion  having  been extended  westward. |sisttng of Councillor Coldicutt and W
Hose   will  meet t'ie  company
locia
land P
ersonal
Among the number of ladies rrom
the mainland who attended the general meeting of the British Columbia
Graduate Nurses club in Victoria recently, was Miss While, of New Westminster, who took the chair at the
gathering. In all 4" members were!
presenl
Robert Allan has returned from Calgary afier spending some time In thai
citv.
W. It. Austin, of Kamloops, was In
New Westminster yesterday. He was
here attending tha funeral of the late
c. ('. Cameron,
Mrs  .1. h. Kennedy will not receive
today.
Winter storage for potatoes and
apples.    We have the best frost proof
warehouse,   ll. P. Vidal & Co., Ltd.
<    .        (2244)
Harvest Festival.
Harvest Thanksgiving services were *
repeated in St. Mary's church. Sapper-
ton, last evening when  the  Venerable
Archdeacon  Hev   F. C.  C.  lleathcote I
(copied the pulpit.    The special harvest  festival    music    was    admirably |
rendered by   tbe   choir   under   the
leadership of A. <!. Moore.   Preceding
the  Bervlce,  the ladies of the parish ,
Jin ed supper in the hall.
For all building supplies and fuel
oil apply to the H. C Transport Co..
Ltd.. 605 Westminster Trust building.
Office phone S2C, wharf phone SHU.
(21581
in
In- i t
Vancouver this morning,
To create a little more Interest In
the board of trade and give the winter
schedule a good semi off. a smoker
will be held on Wednesday, October
29. at the public ball. The executive
have the matter in hand.
J
MISS A. HILL
DRESSMAKING
Fancy and Evening Dresses
a Specialty.
Room 14, Smith Block.
SADIE FRASER
Mus. Bac.
Singing,   Piano,   Theory.
For Terms and  Hours Apply at
Studio,  1011   Hamilton  Street.    Phone
1319 R. (197?)
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New* Imported Fall Suitings now on
display. See them. Perfect lit and
workmanship guaranteed. I'r ees from
SH 00 up     T'.l   Fron: Btreet,
VICTORIAN   ORDER   OF   NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence V. w  C. A       Pbone KI24
MATERNITY.  SURGICAL   ANO
MEDICAL  CASES  ATTENDED.
*
Informal Dances.
Native Sons Post No. 4 met last
nighl and niter business was con
eluded held an Informal dance, about
... membi rs and friends being present.
From this time on meetings will take
: place oti the fourth Tuesday of tin
month instead or lbe third Wednes
day. A speolal entertainment com-
mlttee lo have charge of the monthly
l.nii - was appointed, consisting nf
Frank Hoy, A. H. Johnston, il. Leamy
and C. Lord.
Fred  Davis will  sell  by  public auc !
tlon the furniture and effects of Mr
Llndekugel,  at    the    residence,    231 !
Mowat   street, on   Friday.  October 17
I j p.m, sharp. Kvery article will b
sold   absolutely  without   reserve   Par
culai - or snle can In- h td [rom II. .1
Russell, Westminster Auction House
Ci lumbia streeL (8248) '���
City of New Westminster
SiflffiGS
A public meeting will be held at the
Council Chamber, City Hall, on Thursday, the lCth inst., at *t p.m., to discus;
the proposed agreement In respect to
iiu   Coquitlam  Dam.
Also a meeting nt Johnston's Hall,
Sapperton, on Friday, the 17th inst..
at 8 p.m., for the sane purpose.
A. W   ORAT, Mayor.
Mayor's Office, Oct. 15, 1913.      (2260)
Demonstrating
Dr. Shield's Underwear for Men
We are making a special demonstration of Dr Shields famous underwear This is considered the beBt make Bhown In
Canada today; made from the
finest pure wool; natural color;
a   good   fall   weight      The   vests
ar.. made double breasted and
good roomy garments that fit
comfortably and easy; all sizes
In stock In both vests and pants.
Priced,   per  garment   $2.50.
LARGEST STOCK  OF LADIES'
AND CHILDREN'S NEW  FALL
COATS IN THIS CITY.
Coat buying time Is right on
us now- nnd this store bas a
u-ry large assortment ready for
you tO choose Irom; hundreds
..f coats for women and children,
stnart and useful coats In new
tweeds   and    coatings;    leather
ette and curded valour motor
coats; rich coats in silk, velvet
and plush, ami dainty coats for
evening and semi evening wear,
and ror the misses und children.
We give you -a broad assortment. In every size nnd many
prettv styles to select Irom;
popular cash store prices on
every garment, lt will well re-
nnv you to visit thlB selection
before purchasing.
Men's and Boys'
i Oilskin Garments
Tin- time to buy your Oilskins
Is at hand again This store Is
fully stocked with all sl?es. In
the most reliable makes lu both
yellow and black Tin- lowest
cash   store   prices   for   the   best
Qualities.
Mer
coats   and   pants,   prlc
il S2.75 to $4.25.
Boys' coats;
<" $2.50
all
sizes.
S3.00.
priced
���
McAllisters Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
SPECIALS.
Finn cooking apples. ,ri Ibs ..
Choice eating apples, ',i lbs.
Pancy Tokay Grapes, basket
Oood Creamery Ilutler, ,'i Ibs
Our Own Ranch I'-ggs, dozen
Fresh   Kaslern eggs. doz..40c. to
Steelhead salmon, per lh	
Fresh  cod  and
Also   smoked
an huddle, etc.
25c.
25c.
50c.
$1.00
55c.
50c.
15c.
halibut  2  Ibs    25c.
salmon,   kippers,   fin-
W.J.RISE
& Swain.)
Phone 98.
(Successor to Ayling
447 Columbia St.
IC.  H. M'CKIJN,
Pres and Qami. Un.
. BEARDSLEB,
Vice-Preeldeat
W. r. H. IHJCKLIN,
flee, aad Treat.
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 177.
That   for Cold  Weather  there  Is
Nothing Quite so Good as Our
Special Hot-Water Bottle
2  YEARS GUARANTEE
AT RY ALL'S.
701  Columbia Street    (Druggist and Optician) Phone 57
J. H. Todd's Music House
419 Columbia strsst. New Westminster.
GERHARD HEINTZMAN  ANO DOMINION  PIANOS ANO ORGANS.
VICTOR   ANO   EOI80N   PHONOGRAPHS.
8lnger  Sewing  Machines.    Small  Musical Goods of all Kinds.  PHONE ��t4.
ARE YOU
PREPARED^
What with  the harbor Improvements, the further
DEVELOPMENT OF
the fisheries and
Aitchison's
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
surely Westminster is coming to
her own,
J.N. AITCMISON
Tailor to Ladies and Gentlemen,
Westmineter Trust  Block.
���o recognize and Belze the opportnm
<iis whon they come to yon''
AIM   OPPORTUNITY   PRESENTS   ITSELF  TO   YOU   NOW
<o fit yourself to lake advantage of
many future opportunities"-It Is thc
opportunity to gain a practical knowledge.
MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
i Mrs.
and Miss
Cave-Browne-tave
Visions of Tonq "/ar.
\ li ns of 11 tong war cropped U]
In i he Chinese quarti r 11 -t evening
. ii. *, two members of the Celestial
empire undertook to Bettle ilu-ir lltth
differences by the manl] arl ol using
their lists. Wong (Jong and Lung Lee
were the contestants nnd as thi
names suggests, the Bound of ths Gong
coupled wiih lusty shouts of Lung
brought out the habitues of ChlnatOWP
Iby the score, Is thn presidential In
auguration being celebrated '.' Are tin
Manobus, the deadly enemies of the
new era, being murdered, beheaded
executed 1   Theso and other thoughts
| passed through the mind of the patrolman on the beat. Ile would Investigate. After much difficulty in making
his way through tlle throng, the prin
clpals  were  placed  under arrest, and
[Magistrate Edmonds will be asked to
settle the difference In the court this
morn lug,
SIXTttIN   CHOICEST  VIEW   LOTS
In the West End.   Corner 7th Ave. and 20th St. Half
block from Vancouver car.
FROM $800 UP.
Terms $100 down and $100 every four months.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
716 Columbia St.      312-315 Westminster Trust Bldjj.
Phone 85R. Phone 85L.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Our Interior KIiiIkIi Is manufactured from timber specially selected for flat drain
We nn- also specializing In Kir Doors with Veneered Panels,
whieh are filter In construction, more beautiful and uo more expensive limn the old solid raised panel doors.
(let our prices before placing your orders.
''THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO, LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
Pf.cne 853.
I.. HOUCK. Principal.
610 Columbia St.
1. It.A.M , AH C M
MEMBERS OF THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
Lessons In Pianoforte, Violin, K.ng*
ing, Voice Production, Theory (ill
class or privately), Harmony, Counterpoint, Musical Form and  History,
Pupils prepared for the examinations of the Associated Hoard of tha
Iloyal Academy or Music and Hoyal
College of Music. Also Professional
Diplomas, Teacher or  Performer,
Por  terms,  etc.,  apply   Cl
Slreet.   I'hone .1111. (U167)
Short Term Loans
For Better Laws.
The Women's Educational club will
welcome all friends and members at n
milting to be beld al the home ol
Mrs. j. a. Cunningham, 807 Fifth
street, tonighl at 8 o'clock. This is
to li" a very Interesting meeting for
gentlemen as well as ihe ladies. Mrs
Ralph  Smith,    president    of Women's ,
Canadian club, Vancouver, will give an CHASE AGREEMENTS OF SALE
address on "Belter Laws for Women i
and Children."    M. .1. Knight wlll give
one of his solos.
WE HAVE CLIENTS WHO WILL MAKE SHOUT
TERM LOANS FOR A PERIOD NOT EXCEEDING
ONE YEAR ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY OR PUR-
AI'PLY
Dufferin I �� 2ft-on.--!!-f_!0!eI8l_:,'t:	
(2157) I    "lllv a Uttle over two weeks remain
for householders Is the city entitled I
F. J. HART  &  CO., LTD.
Estsbllshsd 1891.
Ws write Firs, Llfs, Accident, Employers'
Marine Insursnee,
Liability,   Automobile   and
B. C. ELECTRIC���INTERURBAN LINES.
Trains From Interurban Terminal���Columbia St
For Vancouver via Cen
tral Park.
WEEKDAYS-S and 5.46 a.m.
and every 15 minutes until 9
p.m. Half hourly service until
11 pm. with late car at midnight
SATIJI1DAY8���16 minute ser
vice Is continued until 11 p.m.
SUNDAYS- fi, 7, 7.30 8 and
8.80 and every 16 minutes until
11 p.m. with late car at inld-
iight.
For Vancouver via
Hurnaby
REGULAR SERVICE���MJ and
6.46 a.m. and hourly until 10 p.
m .  with  lato car at 11.30.
HUSH   HOIJK   SPECIALS���7.30
a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
SUNDAYS���8 am. and hourly
until 10 p.m. with late car at
11.30.
For Vancouver via
Eburne
WEEKDAYS���7 a.m. and every
hour until 11 p.m.
SUNDAYS���8 a.m.   and   every
buro until 11 p.m. ,
Connection is made at    Fib-
hour until 11 p.m.
���ad other points on Lulu Island.
Fraser Valley Line
PO-l CHILLIWACK AND WAY
STATIONS���8.15 a.m., 1.10 ud
6.16 p.m.
KOR HUNTINGDON AND WAY
POINTS���4.05 p.m.
BRI1ISH CUIUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY

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