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Newe Classified Ada.
Hate  proven  tbelr  worth by the
resulta   they   produce.     They   fill
large   or   small   wants   at   email
cost
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VOLUME 8, NUMBER  174.
BIGGEST PROBLEM
WORLD HAS StLN
The Newe Booth. * ��������
The News circulation and Information booth is ln the Industrial
building, near the south entrance.
Phone 188.
PRICE FIVf CKNTB
Fair foolishisms
Chief Canadian Lecturer in
Britain Says Right People Are Coming.
Where    United    States
Reached 1.7 Per Cent.
Is Now 4.4.
Immlnrstlcn '
Canada's
The Iiouik I've Bpent up at
the park
Have  wrought  a  bunch  of
cramps In nm.
I've    thought    each     pain
would    pull    me    all
apart,
My poor tummy! my poor
lummy I
The heated dog, the frozen
cone I've gulped,
The    -ample     cake     and
candy given free
Have umi,(I:*-.. d  my   in'nrds
miked.
.My pool I ii m m ���>'! my poor tummy
KINGSWAY A
BETWEEN CITIES
MAY TAKI OVER
All WARR POWER
HORSE SHOW IS   ! HON. PRICE ELLISON
EORGING AHEAD!    OPENS THE FAIR
they
.So more dsceptlvq daintiest tease my
Isste;
Ottawa,  8epL 30,    "Canada  IS hoIv-   i-'roin everything that's gratis now    I
leg today  thc    blgkest    Immigration I       flee;
problem the world has ever Keen    Ai j No cnmr.ty stuff, that's    really   office
���chief Canadian   lecturer  in   Britain,  I paste.
::iii going across the Dominion on    a I Oet* past try throat    Into    my   poor
lour of observation.   I have heard that i tunimy.
lhis l_  going  to  be a   bad   winter In 	
the went and Intend to look into this      i-ouk out. or the hoi  dog on Sock
Four Hundred Cars Parade
Over New Highway to
Fair Grounds.
, 3ec.au;.;   of   It   Vancouver   and   New
j    Westminster Will Be Drawn Still
Closer Together.
Splendid Card Marks Open-j Minister of Agriculture in
Ontario Conservation Commission Interested in Project���More State
Ownerships Advocated.
ing of Third Annual
Event
Mayor Gray Appeals    for    Suiiort���
Ccl. McRae Takes Cream of Ribbons with Fine Ctrinn.
Address Tells of Benefit
of Competition.
A. and I. Society Entertain Authorities of the Province at Big
Luncheon.
Ottawa, Sept. 30��� The offlcera of
the conservation commission are Interested in the recommendation oft he
Ontario municipal electric association,
that the water powers along the rivers and canals of eastern Ontario he
handed over to the Ontario hydro-electric commission.
The conservation commission has
been urging the policy of state ownership along these llnea for some time,
though It is not particular whether
the development be by the federal or
provincial  governments.    Recently in
MANITOBA CROP
RECORDS BROKEN
Eighty Per Cent, of Threshing Done and Prospects
for Fall Good.
Province In Beet Shape in Yeara Saye
the Minister of Agriculture at
Winnipeg.
Winnipeg,   Sept.   30.���With   eighty
per cent ot the  threshing done, and
fine prospects for a good fall plowing
the report condemning tbe Long Sault | term, Manitoba finds itself ln better
when I go there." nald Fred Campbell,   eye  Itun  wlll  bit you, particularly
former journalist and present memberlyou imt mustard on hia tail,
of tiie Canadian Immigration service, j
' I    am    making   Just    now   a care
ful tour of observation preparatory lo ,
iny  winter lecture tour.'   he Mid.
"As  to the Btatement   that   we    tire
Hooding Canada IndhwrlmUiately with
Immigrants, nothing could be further
from the fact We have the blgpest
Immigration problem tlie world has
���ever seen. At lln high tide Immigration to Hie United Statea reached only
17 per cent, of ltn population, where- .
na ours is now 4.4 p-er cent
Canada's flncBt paved highway, the
.(connecting   link   of   the   two   leading
'cities of the lower mainland of  British  Columbia,  was officially    opened
,    .,., "" yesterday   morning   with   one   of  the
��� .'"'   ,,*?. largest automobile parades ever stag-
"Nope." ed In the Canadian west a part of the
"Man burl . ' ceremony.     Other   cities   may   claim
"No." the honor of such parades, but yester-
"No yet; can't you see what It Is. [day's, extending as ll did over twelve
A lady, no a woman, In a great blgjm||e8 was an epoch maker In British
slit   Skirt." !Columbia
Sure enough be waa right; she wore j Not only were there four hundred
a make-believe skirl, that waa slash- j cars in the procession, carrying an
ed. silt, ripped or busted, enough to j average of four persona at least, but
display $_.7f. worth of a $3.00 pair of'thousands of people lined the route
���Ilk IniHc.   The alit came lo her knee; i from   Vancouver   to   New   W-BStmin���
Por the third year in succession New .
Westminster and district entertained
in
A.
project, the commisesion urged that
this power be made use of by the government. The question Involved Is a
very large one- however, and before
any  action  ls  taken  the  government
"Canarin'B .mall  population  scatter-1 she was seen yesterday afternoon    at
ed over ao IniKe an area w 111 never be
able lo assimilate such great numbers
unless thev are the right type.
" Bring Good Typea.
"As r*Wdl tbls cry for agricultural
Immigration only, howew,  I  arould
like in point oul (bat onlv about 1 BOO,-
OOO people in Rugland are engaged In
farming, why if we brought out only
agriculturists nnd did so at the rate
"e are now nondMtblg Immigration.
England wonld nm have ��� farmer left
in thr.*- years The dot! be��t th'n-
ii,,r..',T..  ie to rr,t Intelligent people
t t a gcod tvp" whom we can train t ���
work on the lands.
GOVERNMENT 10 BE
SELLING AGENTS
3:45 along the Sockeye  Itun.
They met each other al lhe fair.
After years of separation,
Tliey shook each other by the hand
To show appreciation.
My tliey were slad to see each
olher BRaln. "Wlll you V "Sure 1
will." Alter (hev not down to Columbia Blnet aud pushed open the _latt��d
doors. -
Tliey   put their feel upon the rail
And eulogized each other;
And they  the man   wiped oft the bar
And then they bad another
The pi lice gol the pair at eventide,
and lhey will 'lean up to thc magistral,   this morning in court.
ater. and gathered at Central Park, i
where Ihe official ceremonies were
conducted, giving the affair more of
a national aspect than a provincial
one.
Starting out from Vancouver short
ly after 10 o'clock, not a hitch occurred   along   the   whole   route.
It Is doubtful whether there was
ever a more representative gathering
In this province than that of yesterday. Provincial ministers. Dominion
members of parliament- M. U A.'s.
msyor�� and reeves, aldermen and
councillors, members of boards of
trade and kindred bodies, all working
ln  harmony  towards the culmination
After half an hour at luncheon
the    fair   grounds,    President C.
his   majesty.   King   Horse,  when  the WelBh rose and explained that owing
gates of the horse show arena swung  lo pressure for time lengthy speeches i will have to give it much considers
open at 8 o'clock last evening and ad-  wouid be dispensed with, and after a Itlon.   No official view is expressed in
mltted a phaeton in which were seat-  most brief address    preceded    by    a [ ministerial circles.
ed President Charles E. Welsh of the toast  to  the  King,    announced    the | 	
II.  A.  &  I.  society and  Mayor Gray, opening of the 42nd annual provincial
who performed the official ceremonies,   fair would b�� made by Hon. Price El-
The ghosts of Bhrieks of Inspired llson, minister of agriculture for the
hockey   enthusiasts  which   made  the  province.
rafters of the building resound on oc-: In making this announcement the*
caslons last winter, were hushed for president of the K. A. & 1 society said
the nonce and lu place of the raucous that judging by statistics alone the
roar of ercited fans, was heard the: fair this year was to be the greatest
subdued, the dainty applause of fash-: of all the great fairs held by the so-
lon. answering, as it were, tho proud j ciety. Manager U. E. MacKenzie had
neighing of some mettled winner, or received 35,000 entries, an Increase of
th(j Impatient champing of a bit. 35 or. 40 per cent, over those of last
these are the sounds dear to the year, and far in excess of any previous
V"'art of the real horse lover and New j year. He told of the agricultural and
Westminster citizens  did  themselves' industrial exhibits and mentioned the
nroud last evening when following the [entries made this year by Revelstoke,; 	
opening ceremony by Mayor Gray, a j for the first time, saying that at fairs]
i Bplendld program was run off without' to come that city would be represent-;    Piedras Negras, Mex.,    Sept    30.���
a hitch, showing that the Royal City jed.   He was sure that for agricultural I Terror has gripped this city, the pro-
v. ��s not coing to take a back seat to  exhibits the provincial fair surpassed  visional capital of the Mexican   con-
any on the coast, when a fall horse j any but the Dominion fair, and even, stituiionalists.    with    tbe    victorious |
show Is mentioned. ! because of all the wonderful products j northward march of the federals and]
TERROR GRIPS
| MEXICAN CITY'
	
1 Federals March Victorious on Piedras
I      Negras���Foreigners Told to Flee
by Authorities.
shape Just now than it has been at the
same time in many previous yeara, ac
cording to Hon. Oeo. Lawrence, minister f agriculture, for the province.
"Our reports from all parts of the
province," said Mr. Lawrence, "show
that at least 80 per cent, of the threshing is done. With ten more days of
the present weather the Job shuold be
finished. There are many more out-
jfits threshing this fall than ever before, and in some districts the thresh-
lng is ended.
1    "The yield Is good and the grade of
the grain was never higher.    Wheat,
oc course, la king at the present In
Manitoba and ls likely to remain so.
Nevertheless, there Is an active movement just now towards the stimulation
of mixed farming, and high grade cattle are being bought for syndicates of
Manitoba farmers.   Representatives of
different districts in the east are purchasing dairy cattle for Manitoba, and
this wlll do much toward  maintains
the new creameries erected In the last
two years.
extends from
'street. Vancouver, to Columbia street.
While on Ibis painful subject it New Westminster, official ceremonies
might be mentioned that the tall, red being conducted along tbe route, one
.lM-tded one was *tn-u *tith hla friend ial th<* corner of Main and Westmin-
early In the afternoon. He wore a 15 ster road. Van-ouver, by Mavor Bax-
e.i.i hat band: it read "Mt George ter chnnring the name to Kingsway
Do It" Apparently George made a while Mayor Qrav Perfermed a llki
poor Job of if
President Welsh, in Introducing hlsjof the Okanagan and other inland dis-Ithe arrival of hundreds of refugees
worship, the mayor, mentioned the fact tricts, was easily to be compared with t from the surrounding devastated
thnt   the   society   was  there  to  give | the  best  in  Canada  or   the    United! country.
every attention and assistance to its I states. j    Obeying tbe instructions of United
patrons, and If anyone felt they were '    Among   those   present     were:    J. | states Consul Blocker. American resi-
of the greatest effort In road building . not  getting the right  treatment they i White.    Tom    Prentice.    F.    P.    Rog-! dents of Piedras Negras   Joined    the
ever engineered in the province. I should mnk�� it known to the manage- i ers, p. g   Woodslde, T. Evans. C. E. jexedus and huudreds of persons cross-
Kingsway  now  extends  from  Main | ment  aud  the matter would be reci- j Mahone. S. Gintzburger. W. A. Blair, !ed tue international bridge into Eagle
|W.  Hepburn. H. Humphries.   C.    W. j i.agB thi8 afternoon, many carrying on
- To the Feint. | Thomas. J   D. Millar. J. Third. A. O.  ,hcir back, gm\, Dt iM*u jweaess'.ons
Muvqx Ornv did nottweupy the stage. Moore. T. a CoMicstt. T. **���. Ran Vel.  M ,he>. could assemnie' hurriedly.
���ry Ioi*' Jtle knack ot saying things fi. E. Msckcnzle. W. R. Qilley. Dr. J.j *   ���.     " . _ ���
fled.
CHINESE PARTIES
AGREE ON ELECTION
Ontario  House  May  Try    to    Reduce
Cost of Living in New Way-
Would Oave Money.
Ti n ��� tto, Si tit 80. A* a n suit <>f
thi Ontario government's Investigation tbe co-operative plan of selling
agenoiea may be established In the big I
ci nl i-��s. lor Ihu...-vale und illbpi-sat of
the products of the Ontario farmer*
and thua reduce the price or living
This scheme, it is ascertained, will :
Insure tbe farmer much better prices
while il would save the consumers a
very greal deal, it haa been suggested by officials of the Fanners' Institute and Agrlcullural societies thn*
a profitable plan bulb to consumer and
seller rould be established by lbs gov
eminent through these associations "
u medium.
Aud this is what
lhey found the rev
p r i* n (1 gentleman
doing On Sockeye
Urn lust night:
It ; * t. '(in one;  It
gels 'cm all.
The    nigKcr    bnby
end Ihe ball.
Everybody's    doin'
il.     doin'      it,
doin' It.
Plav In'   young  and
foolish down On Sockeye Run.
Large Grain Shipments.
Regina,   Sept.   80.    Over  five and   a
I half million bushels of ,':rain have been
i shipped out from the Regina divisions
;of the   three  railways operating  here
this  year   taking  the  C.   P.   R.  average cf  l<500 bushels  to the car as a
basis.     These  are   divided:   C,   I'    R.,
��� 11,027 cars of grain; C. N. R
land 0, T. P., 80(1.
LAST YEAR'S RECORD BROKEN.
Fair Attendance opening day-
1912
Memberships and pa;:ses 3,826
Paid admissions 4,372
Total 	
Increase over last year, 1,158.
 8,198     9,356
A record tor attendance for the opening day of the provincial exhibition was established yesterday when 6850.persons passed through the turn-
hlyles. The attendance cn thp opet ing duy last yoar was t> 198, thus showing n total Increase of USI. The paid admissions yesterday totalled 6830,
as compare!) to 4372 paid admissions iu liilJ. The balance in each case is
made   up  of  membership   tickets and passes.
Tho splendid list of attractions at d the quality nf the exhibits should
tend lo bronk all records for uttendaice for the'week.
The interest being taken In the c: hiblis of tbe Women's Institutes and
in the better babies contest which oj ens today ls great'
ceremony     at     Tenth     avenue     an-?
Twelfth   r'-eet.   changing   the   latter
strre:   Is  Kingsway  also.
Not Finished.
Rf.ith Vancouver's portion of thc
road vvas barely completed In time, al
though cr".it credit is due ihe municipal authorities there for extra efforts
made to hurry the work along.
Al Central l'ark Hurnaby'a portion
commences and Ihis section, a little
over six miles long, affords one of tin
Ones! roads for travel yet constructed
in the lower mainland.
The provinical government ��� came
In'o its share of the praise frfr sie-h
a highway, mention being made of the | thr
grant of the government, amounting
to nearly J.lflO.coO. which was turned
over to the two municipalities as a
chare of  the  cost.
In   Fine   Condition.
T>e rond  yesterday had received a
special cleaning, especlaly the Burnnby  section,  where water wagons and
900 cars, I street sprinklers had removed almost
I every speck of dust, while the buole-
v'"'t.!s had also been trimmed.
- -   .   Fir?   PhWI?!*���   .   -     -
Last, but tut lea-si. t^e ceremony
yesterday was the finest publicity
stunt ever carried out In connection
with the annual provincial exhibition.
In the four hundred odd cars were
over two thousand people who caine
alone with the intention of joining in
the Kingsway celebration and also lht
provincial fair, while the attraction
along the rente also brought to lhe
attention of the residents that New
Westminster's annual exhibition whs
on, a sure forerunner for greater
crowds for the rest of the week.
Excellent Policy.
The speeches at Central Park were
brief and lo Ihe point.
All of them hinged on greater cooperation among the municipalities,
while  that of  Hon.  Thomas Taylor.
to the point wis all the more apnar
e nt last evening when be traced, ln
very few words, back to the days before the automobile and train superceded the stage coach He mentioned
the Colony farm, which will exhibit
Its stock before the horses are sent
to the Chi cap.-) fair
his  re-nark"  with
from the citizens, for. as he expla
ed. it iv.s up to them to make the
^how either a suocess sr a failure and
\"ew Westminster would never bow to
tho latter.
Perfect AM  Round.
Ar stated above the card last evening was splendid.    The music by the
hand vvas grod   the musical ride performed by sixteen young residents of
tv   was  perfect,  while one out-
O.    McKay.    Fred Macpherson. C. F.
Sprctt. F. W. Maine. Eber Stride, Alex I
McPherson.   C.   Stewart   Campbell,   .T.
B.  Springford,    .las.    Dickenson,    W.
Dodd.    I.    J.    Wilberts. L. A. Lewis.!
Reeve D.  C.   McQregor.   Mayor T.  S. |
Baxter, Mayor A. W. Gray. G. R. G.
The mavor closed Conway. T Gifford. M.I.A.. Hon. Thos.
plea  for support (Continued on Page Eight!
Warned Foreigners.
Consul Blocker's warning fo foreigners to quit PiedraB Negras im
mediately was in anticipation of riot
ing should the constitutionalists be
forced io abandon    their   provisional
Government and Opposition Decide to
Settle QuMtlon of Presidential
Succession at  Polls.
40 DROWNED IN
ElOODS IN TRANCE
Eighty-four Hours stcrm Spread Ruin
and Destru.-.ion Throughout
Cerbere.
Washington, Sept. 30.���The Amerl-.
can legation at Peking cabled the
state department today that the gov-
capital. As the rebel army is being I ernment and opposition parties of the
driven northward by the government! new Chinese republic who have been
troops uuder General Maas. the re- 'at odds for a long time over the ques-
trealing insurgents are Setting fire to | tion of presidential succession, virtn-
vil'agea ia">   have   agreed   to   the   immediate
P.epcr's from Ihe front tonight in- election of a president without wait-
dlcate that the federals are closing in 'ng the adoption of a new constltuen  the  town  of Sabinas.   from   which   "on-
the constitutionalists are expected to * method of procedure is now being
. ii -K-.L- -.i.i.o. nn un.-inrM nr pie. arranged and the election of . uan Shi
fall back either on Matamoras or PhMJgj a* permanent pregident ������ ���pecl-
dras \eKras h���--vi������'ed in time for the inauguration Octo-
fnited   States   troops  are  hurrying  ..
from   San    ���������������������--���   ���������   ���������������-���* ��������   ",r     *
Antonio  to   reinforce    the!
1913
4,026
5,330
standing feature was the horsemaster-
ship of Miss Roberts, riding for E.
Henderson of Victoria. In the hunters ami jumpers class Miss Roberts
well er.rneri the applause of the peo-
nle by taking tho hurdles with fault-
lecs nerve, and forgetting the other
good   events,   the   per pie   were     en-,,
thused bv this popular lady, who will jllour'* lias spread ruin and destruction
���"*- ilCiird from again during the re-! throughout thia City, forty persons
lhalnlni fpur pith's of the show,       tare known to be dead.
V.'ufiapj, 1    A stream wnicn passes thrcish tbs,
""he  winners .-..It evening were as
follows:
runabout Horse���1
garrison at Eagle Pass
High  Flyers.
Jc'iiannistlial,   Germany.   Sept.   30.
i The Austrian a,viator. Sablatnik, with | mer its right for the leasing pfc
Not Exercise Right.
Ottawa.  Sept.   .10.���It  is  announced
that lhe Grand Trunk Pacific will not
.vercise   before   next   spring  or  suoi-
the
I three passengers aboard  his bi-plane. i transcontinental   from   Supefw Junc-
Cerbere, Franco, Sept. 30.���A terrific j regci,ed an altitude today of 7924 feet. I tion to Cochrane. '     'I
thunderstorm    which    raged    for    84 | .	
int-. Vancouver: 2, Mrs. T. F. Sinclair.
Ja
Col. A. TT Mc
M>s.    Arthur
New  Westminster;
Proctor,  Vancouver.
Saddle horses. 16.2 hands or over���
1. Col. A. D. McRa<>. Vancouver; 2.
Dr John Johnson. Vancouver; 3, E.
Henderson.  Victoria.
Muslcr.l ride, New Westminster rider".
Tilr ���ina-y d -ft horses f U00 lbs. to
:e<1 1'u.l- I.  lien. T.  W.  Paterson,
���.adne-: S. John Savage. WMthStti Isl-
VCo'.'.tlnued nn  Page Flv-t.l
Weather Today.
Nev.*   Westminster
and
cl.    _ixu  was  over  its   banks    and I
ricutied  the  sfreels.    In  a  hardware |
establishment  where   '���*"���?"   -iUA:"_tltic3 *
cf  gasoline,  ���petroleum, alcohol    and j
other inflamv allies and a cask of cal-1
eiuin  carbide  were  stored  the water t
dissolved ib" ol.eniical and enormous
volumes of ga .        e formed.   A ter-,
.-ide  exploa; ui  occunvd   which  com-
Ipletely  wrecked  two Bt-Ilu.'ngs    and |
' -nvei i**'.A t,vo others In flamcgr'rii.''e I
;:.-.'..3 who were passing at the tuael
were killed    <utright.    Five  families
were b'-.ted In tUe ruins. |
Nonrly evciy house in Corbcre 1.' |
fli-erfcsl and much Of the provlakms I
I'.aVf teea spoiled.
��� iii finswer to'an urgent MMftflrora
tM mavor the prefect at FUffliainiti
���rfi**patchfd several tons of brelM   to
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WHAT  THE  BIG  MEN   SAID  AfTER THE %
FIRST DAY Of PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION    *
minister of public works and official , ���   i      j     vt      v I '    ���     **���
lepresentatlvc of the provincial guv- lOWei' mainland���-IN O Change; me����t the pressing needs of the *#���
ernment, announced the policy of the.in tonii.pr'itnrp Fair I io-ht* 1 habitant*, A company of infantry wd��
present government to   further   the        WMii-jJe-rdiui-e. ran, i_igni
(Continued on Page Hear.)
ito moderate winds.
rnshed (rem Collloure to assist lh the
rescue work anl searr'i the rulha.
President C. A. Welsh: "i am very much pleased to see so man>
distinguished guests at the opening ot the exhibition. The increased
interest being taken in the annual provincial exhibition is certainly
very encouraging and the outlook for the success of the fair iB thlr
year brighter than ever. ���- -    ���.��� '
The splendid increase in the number and quality of the entries
Is also a source of pleasure to th* management and I want to take
this opportunity of thanking all those who have contributed to the
successful opening of the exhibition which.I have no doubt will be
tbe -reatest ever held in New Westminster."
" Manager D. 0. msoJienile: "I do not think that there is an agricultural exhibition In Canada or the Western StateB that can compare with the provincial exhibition this year. We have at least an
Increase of 40 per cent, in the number of entries ov��ir any previous
year and the quality was never hettsr,
"It the following four days continue like the opening day wc
���juSll have d record hard to beat.
"pveryone Interested in the exhibiticn has worked hard and I nm
sure they all feel proud of what lhey have to show the public for
their efforts. J.
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THERE WAS EVERYTHING FROM PUMPKINS TO BABIES AT THE PROVINCIAL &WIB1TJON YESTERtiAY
jra*
,X':<, PAGE TWO
THE NEW WESTMIN STEU NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1913.
��Ute8
An Independent morning paper devoted to th* Inter lets uf Sew Wettmintter ami
im Fraser Valley. l>ublttheit every mortisn excnpt Bunday by the national -'rtntinjj
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VANCOUVER HINDUS
ASSIST IHEIR fflLOWS
report on wonders medicine hat shows
oe great Northland! great development
Said That $25,000 Was Raised
Meeting to Aid in Releasing
Countrymen Held in Seattle.
at
Indian Inspector Tells cf Prise Vege-| Civic Officials    Arranging    for    Two
tables, Wheat and Trees Grown      |       Million-Dollar   Cond   Issue   for
North  cl   Edmonton.
1314 Program of Extension.
WEDNESDAY  MORNING, OCTOBER  1, 1913.
AWAY TO A GOOD START
Off again, with the best of weather, admiring crowds,
i>otter exhibits than ever, the '   --*-'*-'���**��� -���*��� ���������--
Koyal Agricultural and Industrial
opened yesterday under the most a   .
Year after year has seen big improvements in the
provincial fair and this season the forward progress is
more marked than ever before. Horses, cattle, agriculture and industries all show to the best advantage and
it is a good day's work for a visitor to Queen's park to
lake in everything with the care which the different displays deserve.
The fair is a credit to the men who have worked so
hard for it and certainly they have their reward in witnessing the remarkable results of their efforts.
Ottawa,    Sepi.    :!".   -No.    1      ban! i     Medicine  llat,  Alta., Sept.  80.���Ar-
wheat, grown 800 miles north of Ed- rangamenta are now being made   by
monto'n; prize vegetables, raised in | Medicine llat civic officials fnr llie
the Arctic circle, and spruce trees of I placing of ii bond Issue of 18,000,000
a lurse size are some Of the wonders  on   I Ihi   London   market  during    next
f   ihe   northern   territories   which January or February.   This amount
Henry A. Cournv. Inspector of Indian j nili Include an issue of $1,200,000 al-
n'Rrtan hall it  is stated that tlle sum   agenotai, will reoord  In bis report  of ���ready   authorised,   the   balance   belli"*
Sf MB OOTinn sub-crib ��4to release bis recent tour, known officially   aa|tor    municipal     capital-expenditures
HlndUi  now  held   in  Seattle    on,"Treaty  Hop." Of tin
Vancouver, Sept.   80.���Seventy-five I
Hindus who are at present held by the
Seattle authorities on Ihe grounds lhat !
tbey    are    likely    to    become    public
charges have the entire Hindu population Of Vancouver workliiR for tlieir  of
release.    At p.  maas meeting held  in
FOR EXCHANGE
Five and ten acre blocks in the choicest fruit
growing and residential district in Fraser Valley.
Will take revenue-producing city house property
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
territory   over thai  will be required during  mil lni>
United States government. jthe moulli of the Mackenzie river, and
Further discussion of the question ] within the Arctic circle. Other points
of excluding Hindus from Canada took j are visited, and at Port Resolution is
place and the idea wns bitterly re-la large Roman Catholic mission, where
sented.    It was determined to ask the | farming is carried on and good    crops
KINGSWAY.
Cement isn't the material usually employed to forge
links, but yesterday there was a cement link dedicated
which is bound to bind New Westminster, Vancouver and
the intervening municipalities more closely together. The
link was Kingsway, the fine new road which was officially
opened yesterday morning and over which one may
ride in comfort and ease from the salt shores of Burrard
inlet to the banks of this fresh water port
Kingsway is a road and it also is a symbol of that
unity that is growing stronger with every year and binding more strongly together the interests of the lower
mainland of British Columbia which are destined to play
so great a part in the future of this great Pacific coast.
May there be many more Kingsways and many more
ivach symbolical links.
How are you feeling?' Oh, FAIR, FAIR, thank you.
No, pumpkins don't grow that size. They make
them out of cardboard and paint 'em just to fool the
judges.
Listen here: tbe baby judging is to be done in the
^est Room of the Women's Building���in the rest room.
Wow!!!  Wow!!!
Indian government to support the
Hindus In their contention thst as
Rrltlsh subjects they had a right to
enter and settle tn any part of the
British dominions. The Indian government will also be urged to the extreme step of evcluding ('anadlans
from entering India should the objection to Hindus in Canada be continued.
It was further stated openly in the
meitlng that Hen. Robert Rogers had
nromlfed the Hindus nr Vancouver
���hat lhelr wives and children shnild
he allowed to enter Canada mid thev
nre relying on his promise in
matter.
HEALTH  OF GREAT  LAKE CITIES
come public charges, that they had $H5,000 In money, besides provisions. | ers, and submitted to the people at
money and were willing and able to ammunition, fishing nets and other | the earliest moment lu order that the
become good citizens. tilings required by these aborigines.     | necessary   legal  details  may   be  com-
A copv of this resolution will bei From Kdmonton lie goes to l'ort j pleted without delay nnd the matter
at once forwarded to the British am-McMurray and thence to Kort Chlppe- lbe taken In hand by the city's fiscal
basaador at   Washington.   D. <'.. nsk-|wayan and down Slave river to  Kort  agents at once.
Ing him to protect the rights of Brit- j Smith. One portage there, and then The growth of the city lias been
ish siihlects. and a duplicate of the 1400 miles of uninterrupted water so steady In almost every direction
resrlntien  will  be dispatched  to    the' navigation  to Kort  McPherson,    near   during this year of tight  money con-
.. _. ._    ......       ,.. _i  ���a  rt|t|,ms  y,ai it has kept the city coun
cil busy to meet the reasonable re-
(iue��ts of home builders in different |
sections for the extensions of water,
sewer, gas mains, etc. Hundreds of
homes have been built this year, nnl
while, for the most part, they hnve
been served with the needed puhllc
utilities, owing to the continued In-
���instria 1 expansion of the rlrv, it is a
foregone conclusion that IHI4 will see
even a greater call for further extension of these sume utilities. As the
city's credit has thus far stood high
���nicin- purchasers for municipal debentures, it is not anticipated that
there will be nny serious difficulty In
nis "lng the n mount required at a
satisfactory figure.
WHY BUY FOREIGN CEMENT
when you can get as good, or better, manufactured In II. C, t|s.: tbe
the celebrated "VANCOUX HH" Brand, K mrunteed lo pass Standard
Specifications of Americas and Canadian  (engineers'  Association
We would also call attention to our Vitrified Sewer Pipe from
4-ln. to 24-in. in diameter. This ls also made In tbis Province and we
consider superior to any Imported article.
We alBo carry a stock of Crushed Hock, Wasbed c,ravel, Band,
Lime, Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere.
GILLEY BROS.. LIMITED
Phonee 15 and 16.
902 Columbia Street W.
If you want a change from the exhibition, why there's
nlways the assizes. Some of the folks down at the court
liouse would like to swap places with you.
There's only one thing wrong with those new gates
at the park. A lot of folks are so taken up admiring them,
they don't care whether they buy tickets to get inside or
not.
raised���crops as good as Bl tld mon
ton���800 miles io the south. (Sond
timber Is to be found In innnv of the
districts and especially In the foot-
I hills, where some of the spruce trees
are of enormous size.
Mr. Conroy Is proud of the work at
the agency at Kort Simpson, nearly
800 miles north of Kdmonton.
"Our agent there last vear" says
Mr. Conroy, "experimented wit'i three
varieties of wheat, the yield from
which was taken to Kdmonton and
eraded No. 1 hard. He also grew 30(1
bushel of oa's, some of which I brought
this! back with me. and they weighed 'i'i
' pounds to the bushel Rye and bsrlev
were also successfully grown. Thl-*
year. In July, when I w��s 'here, the
crons looked In fine condition."     |
That this vast country affords great
agricultural possibilities is the firm
conviction of Mt. Conroy. and Ihli lh"
idea that it is the "fro'/en north" and
unfit for settlement will soon be dissipated.
Sewage Pollution of Niagara and Detroit  Rivers Presents  Difficult
Problem to Commission.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 30���Immediate measures to protect the health
of Great Lake cities against sewage
pollution of water are held necessary
by the committee of the International
Joint commission, which will present
a report on the entire commission in
Ottawa next month. Principal pollution of the Niagara river conies from
sewage pollution at Buffalo. The report holds, with the recommendation
that the method of sewage disposal be
changed there in the near future. The
waters of the river, even below Nia- i omtm..n. u n.i __i.    > ��� _
gara Palls, are polluted, and the towns, ProfeMor of "niver.ity Believes That
on both sides are affected.
Sewage pollution along  the Detroit
river raises a more difficult problem :
than on the Niagara, and it 13 to be'
further  investigated   with   thc  aid   of
sanitary experts.
Commisioner Streeter in a supplementary report, holds that nothing bur!
Federal control of sewage pollution can
furnish effective remedies where the
pollution of an inter-state stream by
one state menaces thc health of citizens of another.
'Congressional action may wisely be
taken to provide federal control in
the interests of public health," says
Commissioner Streeter.
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MUSIC.
miss p, jack.-ion. pianoforte;
Teacher. Terms moderate; ft'n Blackie
St., Phone nor.. crno-a.
Mils. C. C. FISHBR, TEACHER OF
pianoforte, harmony uud -In-clu-if. pu-
iMIh HticecHsfuiy prepared for examination I" ft. A M mid It. C. M. Fur terms
apply iio:! Third avenue.
MISS KI.I.A ('. HARDY, TEACHER OF
Pianoforte; 241 Keary St., New Westminster.
F30KE  AVIATION   RECORDS
GREATEST SOCIAL
MOVEMENT OE DAY
Social Centre and Social Cervice
Movement is a Great Advance
Eclat���yes, that's the word, meaning, of course, the
style with which they opened Kingsway yesterday; and
not only with eclat, but with silk hats, and frock coats and
speeches.  It surely was well, truly and properly done.
"Tom Mann Belittles King George," reads a newspaper headline. That's hardly correct. Tom belittled himself when he undertook to discuss the king, the which his
auditors demonstrated for his benefit when they interrupted him with the national anthem.
When the organist in a Hamilton church was absent
the other Sunday the janitor fingered the ivories for the
congregational singing and, it is said, made good. Wonder
'f thp musician could have done as well with the coal
shovel and the broom if the man who janits had been
aw"ay.
And the weather. Lift your roof to the gentleman
(heavy on that gentleman) who handles the weather.
Every hydrant was screwed down tight, every cloud was
nushed back into the corner and that antiquated ball of
fireworks, the sun. was polished up for fair. Here's to
you, Mr. Weather Distributor, keep up the good work.
HALIFAX TO WEST INDIES
San Francisco Man in Great Flight
Carried Flying a Steo Further.
San Krancisco. Sept. 3ft���A. O. Su-
tro of San Francisco, grandson of the
late Adolph Sutro. broke four aviation
records here yesterday.
FlylOg through fog banks he carried two passengers four and three-
sixteenths miles In three minutes and
forty seconds. His greatest speed was
seventy-flve miles an hour; his average speed for a fnll lap fifty-one miles
an hour. The weight lifted, exclusive
of machines, was 9IHI pounds. Klght
hundred feet was Ills greatest altitude
The previous record corresponding
to Sutro's, was held by T. O. M. Sop-
wlth, who, carrying two passengers,
made 11.107 miles In six minutes and
fifty-six seconds, an average of thirty-
five miles an hour for Ihe full lap and
la maximum of fi_.i.''. miles an hour.
Tiie lste phii  PbarmlM held    the
I weiirht lifting record of Int  pounds.
  |     Sutro's cargo included oil, gasoline,
[additional   clothing,   scientific   instm-
Cftlgttry,  Sept.  .'in.���Professor C,   F. I ments and  ballast.
Ward, who occupies the chair of the      The endurance record was tried for.
modern languages in the Calgary uni-   but engine trouble Intervened.
varsity, has returned to tlie city. Pro-1    The figures were taken officially for
fessor  Ward,  who is keenly  interest-|the Aero Club of America,
ed in llie social centre and social service   movement,  spent   Ihe   first   part
of his four months' vacation  In  visiting practically all the eastern centres
where the movement   has taken hold
cr has in any way ta'-ien practical form.
The  professor   was   full   of enthusiasm un behalf of the movement.
"1 do not hesitate to say." he"stat
.d
SINGING AND VOICE PRODUCTION
MARGARET A. CJRoVKS, I'fl'Il. OF
ths late Professor Allan [Macbeth.
Principal ol the ainwcim- College of
.Music and Professor Orossland'Hlrst, of
the Qlasxow Athenaeum, h,-*t to intimate ihat site wtll accept a few pupils
in hIiikIhk and voles production. i.\
tensive repertoire of high oIsjui souks.
For terms, call or write to litis Hamilton street.
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CAPITAL (Pald-Up)  $16,000,000.00
RESERVE    $16,000,000.00
Branches   throughout   Canada    audi
Newfoundland, and in  London,  Eng
land, New York, Chicago uud Spokane
I U.S.A ,  and   Mexico City.    A  genera)
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iof Credit issued, available with correspondents In all parts of the world.
Savings Hank Departmenl -Deposit*
i received   In   minis  of   $1   uud   upward
und interest allowed at 'i per cunt, per
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Total Assets over 1186,000,000.00,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
DANCING.
MISS M. RK'KWOOD. TEACHER OK
iiunclni*-; and Calisthenics, will visit New
Westminster once a week.   Classes for
iiouttH. Write or apply for particulars
at (lower Hoime. Hornby streel. Vnn-
oouver. C!047i
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Acoountant. Tel. R, IIS. Room '.'. Hurl
Block
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AUDITOHB AND ACCOUNTANTS.
Work   un.lirt.ikm    in    city    nnl   outstdt
points.   211-12   Westminster   Trust   Bldg
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RAIN   STOPPED  WORK
Fire Rangers Forced to Suspend Destruction of Dangerous Slashing.
Seattle.  Sept.  80.���With   more  than
one-half of the timber    and    logging
slashings of the state already burned,
_ rangers of the Washington KoreBt Klre
from what I saw and'heard oil Iassociation and of the state were
my recent journevings that ibis social Compelled to cease work by steady
centre idea will prove to be the great- jral��s wlllch   fel1 ���  ���������p *������'���������''    ��nd
est  philanthropic  movement    cf    our
soaked    the    underbrush.
Whether
Five-Year Contract P?tween    Canada
and Shipping Firms���Cable
Rates Cut.
Ottawa.  Sept.  30.���As  part of    tho
preferential trade agreement recently   lime
entered Into by Canada and the Brit-  lng  a   big Btatement,     When   cne  re-1
ish West Indies, the Canadian govern-  members the  strides that have  been F'���'1 condition or the forests
ment has closed a contract with    the   taken   in   recent  years.     And   yet  all '    FollowIn8 the close of the flre sea
Royal Mall Steam Packet company for  the signs ln regard to tlte movement
a five-year service from   Halifax and
FRATERNAL.
NTBRNATIONAL STEAM ANI) OPHIR-
atitig Engineers, Local 543, meets in
Labor Temple every tlrst and third
Thursday,of tbe month. II. McLaughlin,
president' W. C. Saunders, secretary,
p. O. Hox :.'.-.
NEW WE-ilMINSTEl! LODOB NO I
B * P, O of Elks of th- D. of C. mee
the first nnd third Thursday at 8 n m.
K. ut P. Hall, l.lichtli stre*/. A Well
Gray. Exalted Ruler: P. 11. Smith. See
retary.
FALL (;OOI)S.
Call and inspect our fall
lines and new fall styles and
place your order now.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
i"appreciaie'n',at'Vhis Ts' mak-ISH m"n' burnings can be attempted
'(Ills season is problematical, owing to
indicative of such an achievement.
son three weeks ago, the rangers itnd
Inspectors were set at work preparing
,.__.-,,...���.,,   ii,,    .    ,.     ���     ... . _,     for next year, removing as far as nos-
St. John to the liritish West Indies. At the Presbyterian general assemblyL,bla a��� dal,goroug Bpotl where trees
The contract is on a subsidised bas.s at Toronto laBt June a special point had been ,.u, or sl;..-l.lngs made near
the amount not being disclosed, but t waa ,���ade of ��ocia| gervice, resulting forests. Through diligent w��rk and
is said to be heavy. A Previous com; in lllr appointment of a council to | co-operation on the part, of farmers
tract made with Plckford & Blaok or investigate and forward tlie move- and loggers, these bad places were
Halifax was not carried out. the com-   ������.,,, burned   rapidly.     The    flames     were
  I stopped beforo encroaching on stand-
...~~._e.-~_* ~�� **s********0,*.*-* !,n*   timber   anri   next   Bummer    there
WORKERS OR SHIRKERS | wll, be nn danger of f!rfl st,,rtin:; tn
~ | these Blnshli-KS  when  thr    dry    nnell
Cow3 That Do Well and Thoae Who IcomMtm, when it would bo imooaflible
U    O,     O      M..     NO.     ���**.*.���MKF.TH  0>
first, aceond. third and fourth Wednet
ilay     In     ruch     month     Ht     8     p.   in
In     tht*     M. ..wi     Hum-       U.   J.     I .������mm
dictator; r. B. Jonea, fecr-stary
niitdquarterji '>' lod** In Sin* Houat
oorner Of Fourth and Carnarvon ���trt-vtii
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
When travelling for business or pleasure, you may as w.*:i bave comfort
and travel by our line, Ynu will finn
It to your advantage o contull '.- for
ruler, ami  n**-. 'V.i'Iods.
K. GOULET, Agent
New   Vt'e-iminster
il. W, DRODIB, ii   P   A . Vancouver.
lOrrespondence
I yet, lhey are cheaper (they sbould be
j for they  are  not  bo good) Hut  we,
'the   public,   pay   tbe   same as   if   we
  j were  helping out our own gardeners
The  New  Westminster  News  does i by buying    home-grown    apples    and
not hold  Itself  responsible    for    Ihe [keeping tbose elusive little dollars at
opinions expressed In correspondence,  home
THOSE "HOME" DOLLARS
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���What about that little dollar
the "trade" Bends across the line for
fruit when it can bc bad home grown?
JUST  A   HOUSEWIFE.
NEW POWER COMPANY
FORMED   IN  TORONTO
Ottawa, Sept. 80.���Letters patent of
the Dominion have been Issued to the
Isn't   tbe   difference   In   price   paid , Upper St.  Lawrence Power company,
here In B. C. something to tbe "trade" ! limited,   with   a capital  of  $5,000,000
if its kept at home?
And   whal, about   the    dollars    the  lmrlKJB
"Irade"  sends across  the ocean    for
j.uns, pickles,  vinegars, etc?    These
pre all made and made well, in Can-
eda.
Hefore you write any more home
Irade talk just start in to order gro-
c?rles for a family under another
"line and  nctice  the  labels on  your!
foods   alBo  the  name  on  the eud  ofl    HCTltn. Sept.    30.--Poison    admlnls-
vour apple box;   you'll  think  you an'"*""'1  bV  P��tttog  Portuguese  Kepub-
l-i Seattle.     Perhaps   there   is   not ll*ns may hare, caused the sudden
.nough  "home-grown"  material  to go!,,ml "WtM-IotlB illness of tbe deposed
land headquarters at Toronto. The
of the company is generally
to develop power and carry on the
varied enterprises connected therewith. The names of the directors do
not appear.
REPUBLICANS  MAY  HAVE
POISONED PRINCESS
King   Manuel's   bride,   Bhe   who     was
Princess  Augusta  Victoria of  llohen-
zollern.
Much   Is  the persistent   rumor here
pany being unable to get the necessary ships. The new contract calls
for a freight and pasenger service of
our vessels of eleven er twelve knots
Bpeed, sailing from Halifax and returning to St. John. The vessels will
have a capacity of B000 tons each. The
service begins November 1. The
whole subsidy Is provided for the present by Canada. As part of the same
n-zreement. the cable rates between
Oreat nrltain. Canada and West Indies have been cut in half. Canada and
c.reat Britain each contributing J40.-
000 as an offset.
STUDY  AMERICAN   PRISONS
Do  Not ltn save the big trees.    Chief Warden
Those dairy farmers who are care-jo. P. Joy returned Saturday from the
fully iioilng the total production      of j Skykomlsh  country,  where a  number
each of their cows for the season are
finding some curious differences. For
j instance, In one Ontario herd the yield
of a ii year-old grade that freshened
j .March :, wus 4.0SIJ pound] of milk ni
to  the i nd of July:   her stable mate
of big slashings were removed. B
cause ofethe large. Valuable forests in
thnf vicinity the flre fighters treat it
with great caution.    Twn years    aro
the   most   serious   conflagration   In
years originated In that Ideality.
Ialto  iilt.e  vears  old.  Hrd   freshened I    A" s"""  as  weather conditions In-
March 12 receiving the same feed and  dloate that no more work nm \,��� done
care gave only 2.870 pounds of milk,   this yenr. the rangers will  be drawn
nff evcept 111 one or two pin CSS where
hunting may bn attempted later, If
dry weather should permit.
German  Officials Cross the Ocsan to   "������'' i"'|f * ton of milk In that short
Obtain New Ideas for the Fath- I' ���:'"1 lnd catea a considerable dffer
eriand. ence In Income between the two cows.
Washington. I). C, Sept. 80.    Among       In another herd at the same factory i FEEDINQ ENTOMPFD
the  passengers  on  board   tbe  steam- between two six-year-ohhi that calved. ���u     ���,,, Tutniiru  uni c
ship Victoria, Loulsi which sailed from April 3 nnd  _, there Is a difference! .._
Hamburg today bound for New Vork. of 1400 pounds of milk and 80 pounds
are four Oerman officials appointed n[ tal un to the < nd of .July. Thla
by the Oerman government as coin- means between fourteen and fifteen
missloners to study American prisons, dollars that one cow earned more
The four commissioners of the Oer- than tlie other. Are vour cows workman government are Privy Council- ers or shirkers? Dairy records alone
ors Plaschke of Berlin and Schlosser will provide the means (f ascertain-
���. ..,.-���. superintendent of PrisonB ;������ these facts bayond question. Form
pefojrmatory J f0r weighing milk either daily, or on
three days a month, are supplied fre"
by the dairy division, Ottawa. In
| your letter Of application state what
you  want.
of Wabern ^^^^^^
llelkman of Werl and
Superintendent Ilempls of Wabern
They are eypected to arrive In New
York about. October 9 nnd will in Ike a
2010-mile tour under the direction of
Orlando F. Lewis, the general secre-1
tary of the Prison Association nf New
York, who was nsked by the Qorman
government to arrange the Itinerary.
Contrnl'n.   I'enn..   Sent.   30.     A   res-
culm: partv seeking lo liberate Thom-
:nt i.n��he��kv. who was entombed In
fhe Continental mine here last Friday by ��. fnll of coal, hearing signaling to them by tapping on the aide of
a gangway, the rescuers bored a hole
through nn upper level to where he
was cnnflr'l and bottles filled wltll
nourishing lbtuld were lowered to hlm.
Twice rescuing pnrt les have been
wltliln a short dlst'ince nf the entombed miner, onlv tn be driven bncl:
bV fresh  rUShOS of coal.
MUNICIPAL POV/^R
PLANT   IC
DICUeCED
PAUPER   WAS  MILLIONAIRE
Had Only Nickel in Change But Fortune in Securities In Posser-lcn.
S'in Francisco. Sept. 80. Kdward
McDonald, a plainly dressed middle
aged man, was found ill In a cheap
lodging bouse here with U cell's In
change in his purse, hut with 11,270,-
000 lu negotiable bonds and securities
sewed up In Hit Inside pocket
papers nre stlld to bo Securll
forty-seven   bona  fide  companies
est.
_und after thc editors nre served.
When the newspapers told the pub
Vt*. "blackbcrriei "-ere rotting cn the
;-ound   on   Lulu   Island"���my   grocer The mvuierv is de��.n<.n<.,i n. _u_.,,-,. ,,,,    ., ., ���   ,, _
..mitil nnt trot - cr-iu. for me -I went .. _.."_. \ '"*'P*n ' "? BllM.ce of active operation and all drawing inter
<' uia not get n crai* roi ire- i went t|ie bride's closest, relatives and or the
ll the market and got pari cf n crate doctors. The patient is attended by
While local apples arc plentiful I Professor Von Bonborg, a specialist In
am served out at the rale rf rvii;lv.->,internal affections and a toxioologist.
."���nples for 25 cents, hc telh - <��� he Yet It Is officially announced that she
hag no cralcs In yet -whv? Wrll th--. i suffers [rom a severe attack of influ-
j'.nierican   apples   bave   not  come   In enza..
South Vancouver, Sept 80. Discus
Hion regarding the pi sslbllty nl establishing a municipal lighting and Industrial power plant took place at a
meeting of tho board of trad-- here.
Reeve Kerr spoke ut som
the subject, showing in '.'
hls remarks lhat other (
selling  electric   supply   Bl
length on jstroyed the
* course of
tics were
.,  r:,,,, |,���
|.|,'. 11 ween 4 nnd ii cuts per kilowatt hour
p. v hern iiie plant was munlc'pnlly own
in
FIRE  DESTPOVS  HOMF.
IN  SOUTH  VANCOUVER
South Vancouver. Sept. ::o. Fire
l'-oke out 'n the home of Mr. Harrv
K"nns of Forty-seventh avenue and
Ker" rnnd. bcl"'een 0 nnd 11 o'clock
on Saturday night, and totally de-
hutldlng.    No on
The Bick man Is In a state of coma
and no exnlnnatlnn regarding his
wealth has been discovered lie Is
believed, however, to have amassed
the fortune through frugal living and
investments.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ wis nt
home wh"" tlie 'Ire started nnd It (Ml
t"o fir iinv:ii,fnf\ before discovered for
fi.., ri..��� ,|���.,..^|,r,.nt tn he nf mii"'i nr-
tla*ltl,rn   Whon    'he   pinn    frnr'    No.   1
|(,.,it  nrrtvpd,    Th"  (i n  b;    on'y
(l(j        **^^m                                          l partly covered by Insurance.
He polnt'-d to the fact that If South ! ��� ���	
Vanoouver was In the happy position |L-^RD mayor of i.ondon
of having municipally owned power. It
would Inevitably draw many inanuf'i"-
luring plants to establish there. He
also spoke on the establishing nt a
municipal gas plant nnd Ita advantages to South  Vancouver.
EIR   THOMA3   BOWATCR
London, riept. 3ii -Thomas Vanslt-
tnrl Downier was elected lord mayor
et *lin cltv of London "ost.erdnv. He
will assume office cn November 9.
1. O O. F. AMITY LODOB NO. 17���Th
rciculnr mtH-tlng of Amity lotls. N<
27. I. O. O. F. In held nvery Mondn
night at ( n'clnck In Odd Fallows' Hn)
corner CRf-nriPvnrt and Eljrlith ttrmtti
V'lultlng lirclher*" cordially Invito
R. A. Merrlthew, No . VL \v. gangster.
V. O.: W. C. Ooulham. P. O.. rtKon
lng secretary! J. W. MacDonald, flnim
Hal ����.flret_irv
FUNERAL   DIRECTORS.
W, R FAI.ES���Plonoer Funeral Dlrwto
and l--*--hnlmer. Si'-Min Agnes stree*
cppoel.- Carnegie Library.
H. BOWFI.I. IPtfnt-BRROn TO CK\
ter A MsnnH. Ltd. 1���Funeril director
end emii'ilmer*. Parlors ior. Columbl.
Street    New   W����tmln��t.!r.    Phone SSI
BOARD   OF   TRADE.
BOaRO OF TRADB���NBW  WBST MIN
Nter Board of Trade meets In thsbsarf
room, City Hell, as fnlli.we Third Frl
dny of each mouth; quarterly me.-ttnt
en the third Friday of February, Mny
Alienist anil November st 8 p.m An
nual meetings on Ihe third Friday
February.   (S,   It
*.
Mtuart   Wade,   secre
PUBLIC    STENOGRAPHER
SPFCIFIC*TIONH, AOHF.KMBNTN OF
Rale. Deeds. Business Letters, etc.; oir
culur work specialist. All Work strict!)
conftdenttnl H. Barry, room 41II West
minster Trust Blk.    Phone 702
PROFESSIONAL.
connoui.T). orant a MoCOLL, tiap
rimer*. Solicitors, etc. 40 Lome Street
Nuw Westminster. (I. K Corbould, K
C.    J. K. Grant.    A. B. MeColl.
8YNOP8IH   OF   COAI.   MININO   KI
OULATIONS
(OM. MININO rlglile nl Ihn H'Mnlnlo*
in Manitoba, Hit-Sat-iii-wiwt lucl .\ii..-ria.
the Ydkon 'IVriiiery Ui" Northwest Ter-
rltorlea nn.l lu n i-orttori of the Proylnoe
of hrltlHh Columbia, may be li-a**��-.t for ���
term ut twtmty-one yenrs nt un annua!
rentul of tl an acre. Not mure thnn tttt
iter,: will tie l��*nsed to ons ;ij.*.u, .,u(.
Application for a leiuw- must be mad*
by thr applicant iu p*-rson to the Agent
or Sun Am-iii of Ihe district In wlllch tbt
rights ni i Mi d for are Httunted.
In surveyed territory (lie land must bs
described by sections, or IsSjal sulj-dlv^
slons of sectlona siwl In unsuriey.-.! ter
ritory Uu* tract applied for sluill bs
Mtiikcl out liy the applicant himself.
Knch application must   lie nci-ombant-a-i
by a fee of 15 which wtll bo refundnd U
' (he   rights  applied   for   are   not   uvnllabla,
: but   not  otherwise.     A   roynltv  shnll   ba
. nnld  on  the  merchantable output  of tbs
mine i.t the rate of five cents per ton.
The   person   operating   the   mine  shall
furnish   tlw   Agent   with   swsrn   returns
noouuriiing for tbe full quantity of merchantable  coal   mined  and   pay  the royalty   thereon.   If   the  ooill   mining    rljhta
* are net being operated such returns atue'tf
lie  furnished al   least  once a year.
The lease wlll Include the can. mlnlna
, rights only, but tits Isaacs  will ba per-
muted   to   purchase   whatever   available
surface  rights mat  ba consli r.'il nscsa-
Miry for Uie working of the mine at tlw
I rnte of 110 an acre.
For tall Information application shoul*
iw. mnde to the Seorelar/ of tbe Depart.
ment  of the Interior. Ottawa, or to sat
Agent or Hub-Agent of  Dominion  I .anda
W. W. CORT,
Deputy Minister of the Interior..
N.  B��� Unauthorised publication Of this
sdvertlsemenl wlll not he paid fnr
ADAM SMirH JOHNSTON, BARRIH
tl mt't-law. solicitor, etc. TelsphOO
1' . Cnble address "Johnston.'
Code. "Western Onion." Offloea Bill
Block, r.(12 Columbia street. New Weat
minster. B. 0.
WIUTKBIDB. BDMONDB ft WHITF
BliTo ��� Unrrlstere i��id Solicitors, Wesl
minster Trust Blk., Columbia street
N('w Weetmlnsler. it C. Oalrte addres
"Whlteal*." W-sterii Union. P. O
Drawer 20n. Telephone tit, W. .'
Whit.i.t.In. K. O.I tf. L. Kdniomls. I
Whiteside.
J. HTII.WBI.L OLUTB. tlarrleter-at-las
solicitor, ete.: oorner Columbia ae
McKenale streets. New Westinkiste*
B. C.   P. O   Uoi III    Telephone   71"
J. P. HAMPTON IIOI.K, BARRISTBD
Hollcltor rflld Notary. Offloes Har
blnck, 2S Ixirnn stroet. Now Westmin
ster, II, C.
McQUAItnlB. MARTIN ft CA8HAD1
Hnrrlntcrs and HollcBors. Cdt to <|l
Weatmlnster Trust Block. O. B. Mar
tin,   V.'.   (1.   M-Qunrrte   and Oeorge I
Casta dy.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phons  116,      Barn  Phon*  11'
Sagbl* Strsst
Baggasa Delivers-*! Promptly to
any part of tbe cltr.
Light and Heavy Hauling
~ITV Or  SIPIV WSBTMIMI'TrS   �� "
P.O. Box 34 Dally News B\ag��
J. T. BURNETT'S PRINT SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
Prices right.   -Satisfaction guarantee-*
SI MeKsnile St. WEDNESDAY, OCTOEER 1, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
'rd***  ."���"���--  "
FAMOUS CUTtER TO
BE HALIBUT BOAT
Rush  Precipitated  Sealing Controver-
ty ! ciwecn States and England���
Now Largest Halibut Boat.
Seattle,   Sept.   :,u.   capt.   Andrew
Welding, veteran Seattle halibut man,
lias olOied negotiations Ior the purchase of lhe famous old revenue cutler Hush, which be Intends convert*
Iny. into a halibut steamship, from the
Alaska .luuk company, which acquired
the Kiish from the   government   nt
puhllc auction a yenr sgo for %Ht,lio
The purchase price waB not made public.
The Rush will be tbe ISTgSSl ball
but boat In the world Tbe Hush Ih
175 feel long and wlll bnve a capacity
for approximately (00,000 pounds of
halibut, acoordlng to estimate of ber
ne.\   un no,'
Perhaps no other craft In the reveille* ( utter service on Ibla coast had
tbe varied history of the old Rush.
She was buill at l'ort lllakeley iu 1881
In 1899 when In command of ('apt. I..
M Shepherd, who later became commandant of the revenue cutter see
vice, the Hush caused International
controversy by seising liritish Columbia sealers In the Aleutian  Islands.
(lilt   of  that  controversy   grew     the
acreement between ths United states
and Bngland to forbid all sealing lu
lhe Bering sen. and in mill, 1892 and
1893 Uie Rush served on the first
Bering sen patrol maintained by the
United Slates to prevent pelagic seal-
Ing.    During those years the Rush was
one of Ihe most uctlw boats iu the
service und made many sensational
captures.    As  late as  1906  thc  Itush
seised a Japanese pelagic sealer.
When Hawaiian islanders deposed
Queen UlUOkalanl and raised the
American Dag over the Islands, late In
1898, the Hush was chosen lo bear
President Cleveland's special coinmls-
iloner, E. P. (Paramount) Blunt, to
Honolulu,   On Commissioner   Hiunt's
report the l'nited States decided upon
a policy of nonintervention.
DurliiK lhe last years of her service
the Hush was stationed In southeastern Alaska looklnm after the Interests
of the natives and petroling Hie waters of the Inside pUSSga and from
.liineau to Kodlak. A wooden hull, the
HiihIi became an almosl obsolete type
of government craft, and the all-steel
revenue cutter UnalgS was built to replace her.
She was sllll a sturdy craft, bow-
ever, whin offend by thn government
lm- sals at public nucllnn and the
Alaska Junk comnanv was though! to
have secured a bin bargain at *f*r>'i<).
Wlsdtng Is confident lha will make a
success us a fisherman   mid   antic)-
nates I'ttle trouble In converting her
'-cm   the  trim   revenue  cutter  to    a
lb .'mr craft
Welding, among halibut men. Is al-
, most as well known as the old  Hush
lln the government service    He was
connected with 'be New Bngland Fish
coinnauy. the first  lure-" flsh concern
on  this coast,  for  nearly  four  years.
entering tbat company's service    In
i*-'.i"..   Then in' took command "f   the
��� old  hiiibi't  steamboat  Rainier, ope-
irated by tbe Chlopeclt Fish company
I
I Temple   Charging   House   with   brlng-
1 im. stolen property into a government
building. He will be held Otl this
information, it was asserted, until the
government bas rone through the
mass of letters and documents found
in hi�� apartment and office.
Among 'he different angles    which
will  he followed  by  the    government
apetits  wlll  be a   bun"b -of  cafeteria
cashier's  checks   found   stowed   away
I In his suitcase for which no explain,
tlonlias yet been offered, also a large
bundle of street car transfers.
  Another discovery made by Inspector Temple  which  he Is Investigating
New York, Sept.    80.���From    about  '8 a large calendar for tbe entire cur-
I'u- middle of December to tbe end ot'. r��nt  year, dating hack  to January  1.
March   Col    Theodore   RoOSeVOll   will   "'�� each day Ik a single Initial,    with
v.iu.br in the wilds ol South America    figures set opposite noting an amount
Arrangements  for this feature of the   ����<'  totaled at the end  of the month.
colonel's   Soulh   American   trip   were   "   ��� thought  these  Initials refer    to
described    today.      Little    was    said  different business blocks,
sbout times  nnd  places because    the
ENGLISH   EMPLOYERS    UNITE
TEDDY Will SHOOT
'IN SOUTH AMERICA
Rooievelt      Finds    Oyater    Bay    Too
Peaceful���Wlll Lecture and Hunt
In Southern  Republics.
Colonel himself Is not sure Just where
he will go or when he will emerge Into
riv Hilled country.
Colonel Roosevelt Still sail from
New York October i and will spend
abont two months visiting the various
cities |n Brstil, Argentina. Chile and
Paraguay, where he will he the gov-
erntnents1 gUCSt and will make
eral   formal   addresses,     l.ate   In
('���niberai  little    river    stenmer ,,   ....    ,,.,,,,.,.���,.,,   -, ���   .......
leave hlm and bis party of natural- doin Km plovers' Defense union to eon
Ists at Cnyaba. Brazil, the head of solldate 'he resources of employers
navigation   on   tbe     Paraguay     river
Union Proposed to Back Firms Invol-
ed in Strikei���Labor Unions
Resnond
London.   Sept.   30.���The  announc
ment tlmt all the strikes in (Ireat. I.ri
lain   had   been   settled   was   followed
by  much d'scussion.  both among em
Dp-  ployers  and   working   people,   reeard
will   lng  tbe  formation of a  United  King
the hardships of    the    Journey
will begin.
Tbo colonel's companions will he
Anthony Plnlu of New York, the Arctic explorer: Oeorge K Cherrie of Indiana, aud Use K. Miller of Nefane.
Vt.. naturalists connected with lhe
American Museum of Natural Hls-
t try. tauter whose auspices tb" expedition v ill he undertaken. Fiala Willi
look aft' r Ina equipment of the expe-
dUton. Ch( rrle will have charge of the'
collection and prenaratlon of the bird
specimens end Miller will superintend
the collection of mammals. Tbe ex-
presldenl Wlll be the party's chief
huntsman.
These four, with native Indian bear-j
i r*-   oonoamen and servants, wlll cm- iRar|l
and maintain the riftlit te hargalr
either witn the trade unions or wllb
free workers. Opinion on the s>*b
Jeet Is not unanimous on either Bide.
j Many of the employers believe the
promoters   a-e   right   in   anticipating
I thnt the guarantee fund of tuso.ooi.-
jnou will greatly strenptheu the p*n*|
;tlon of lbe employers Involved In the
���Irik^s. other-.--, however, d',ubt tv
wisdom and usefulness of ihe proposal.  There Is a genernl agreement tha'
the leaders of tbe movement shoul,'
mai.e it perfectly olear that they an
not undertaking an) attack on what
Is understood by the phrase "legltl
'mate 'radc unionism." Some of thc
workers'   representatives  clearly   r ������
d the formation of the union *Jt
motor-1a hew challenge to organized labor
canoes! while others arc In favor of the most
thorough organization of both employ
bark nt (iivabn  ln  light draft
1 mts  nnd   canoes,     although
alone may have to serve.
It  was va'd todav that when Colonel , ers and  employed.
Roosevelt  first received  Invll'itlons tn ���
i'c:up. In South America. Ills first
idee "*ifi to decline but 'hat the on-
nortttnliv lo hunt end collect c'nnt''-
Ic specimens In the winis of
"���" too attractive for him to
This pnnoriunlty was brought to his fens
nt ten tlon l>v the Hev. .lohn Augnst'iei Several prominent labrr lenders are
7abm of Washington Provln"e rf thel plaguing ��� ���,.��� policy, which, elimln-
Rolv Cross, a mls-��i"nnrv|tt,inR ,���*.,��� benovolent feature cr thc
till wh'i has explored much
I.i.nd 'i. Sent. 30.- The gnge han
In ' n flung down by lhe labor unions
In answer to the employers' proposed
Brsril fund rf $860,000,000 and the form-
resist tb n it the Kingdom's Employers' De-
THIS QUIT SALE OF W. E. FALES FURNITURE
Going Wiih a Rush-the Response has Been Spon-
taneus���Immediate Orders From Hundreds of
Pleased Buyers Indicate That We Have Struck the
Nail on the Head.
This GOING OUT-OF-BUSINESS SALE Offers UNMATCHABLE BARGAINS
When the Iver Smith Sales Co., of New York and Vancouver puts on a Sale, the entire population come down. The visitors
take notice:   The buying starts: The delivery system is overtaxed: The staff works overtime to keep the goods on the floor.
JUBILEE DAYS AT FALES* FURNITURE STORE, Opposite Carnegie Library
This   Is   no    Pumpkin   Sale
But a Gigantic Undertaking
To re-mark and sell $40,000 worth of Furniture and
furnishing stock in 30 days.   To deliver everyday
thousands of dollars of Carpets, Furniture and Rugs
means some labour; some system.   For this is just
exactly what every day of the Quit Sale means to us,
and hundreds of our customers.   And, through the
splendid spirit of co-operation of our entire force, forwarding department and office staff, this GOING-
OUT-OF-BUSINESS-SALE of W. E. Fales' Furniture
Store is launched with a full knowledge of the facts,
involving our:
Entire Stock at Sale Prices-SALE NOW ON
COME DOWN TODAY. WANDER ABOUT. A HUNDRED. SURPRISES ARE LYING IN WAIT FOR YOU
EVERYTHING MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES ��� Help Yourself
GOODS PACKED FREE OF CHARGE FOR OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS.
W. E. FALES* FURNITURE STORE aiKgSS^?m
ASSISTED BY THE IVER SMITH SALES COMPANY 	
CASTOR HAS NATURAL   jDQ YOUR BUYING
GAS IN JWIBtttti   ���      n     ��/i   aj
��� rrom Ihose Who Advertise
In THE NEWS
Order nf tii
;ii.,l   -i pp
of tlm ..���Url rni'-itry 'hi" Roosevelt
wtll #���-������ ��� Puttier 'Z&r'-i '���-�� lie-on
Cnne���l'n,l      .'rut      t|,p      1(1.,--.irv      ���.,r|
equlptton' "f th* Ron-aye" expedition.
TWO CRAZED MULATTOS
CAUSED RACE RIOTS
r.ian.v windows were broken, no occu
pant of the car was hurt.
Tho two np^ropH then made tlieir
wav to a cottonseed houBe near by,
from where they killed Sheriff Ham-
melt and Qillls.
Finding his hiding place too precarious. Will Jones started to run toward
a conl chute near by, but had gone
only a few steps when a bullet ended
Whites and Blacks Killed and Authors �����\*e
of Trouble Lynched���Military A special train bearing the Natchez
guardsmen arrived soon    afterwards.
Ruihed to Scene. j While the soldiers were detraining the
I crowd rushed the seed house.
  |    Not a shot greetfd them and when
30 ���Two Itlle 'eaders entered they found Walter
Alberta   Turn*  Out   With     Band
Celebrate Success of Great Municipal  Enterprise.
IlarrtMon,     Misa.   Sept.
i Jones completely unnerved but unln-
CHARGE WHOLESALE
LETTER DESTRUCTION
union, vvill leave all tho funds to sup
ply the wnr obeli; In other words
will convert the Irade unions Into n
trade fighting machinery.
The new machine mnv be extended
so as to cover tho production hv the
workmen themselves of the primary
neci ssaries of lire without losing sight
rf the necessity of using to the fullest
estent thflr forces for political execution.
AZORES  NEUTRAL ZONE
drug-crazed    mulatto    boys, brothers,. hanged
began  a  reign  of  murder here    that Ju��d.    Ifc �������g��-    the home of
ended only after three white men. four | ^ Jonog negro whe_e they foun(, tW(J
negro men. whom they were ahout to
lynch, when officers persuaded thetn
negro men and a negro woman   had
been  killed,  -0 persons,  16 of them |
Former Alaska Convict Held in Seattle���Said to Hava Been Aided In
Looting Man Chutes.
Seattle, Sept. 3D.���That   Henry   A.!
House, the former Alaska convict now
under arrest in thu city Jail ln con-
nei'tion with tho wholesale stealing of I
s'-inps from letters nnd with destruc-
tion of correspondence In  downtown'
huslnoss blocks, was not alone In his j
operations, hut that others were lm-
plicated   with  him, was  the    charge j
rmde by  Postofflce Inspector Henry
D   Temple.     \
With Superintendent Charles I. ���
I.ynch of the postofflce department
nnd other officials. Inspector Temple
spent the entire day Sunday working
on the cise and Interviewed many
persons this morning who offered ad- '���
���dltlonal Information.
ln��neolor Temp'o refused to make
public, the evtent of his Information,
but it wn kiown that II Included the
names of Intimate friends of Itonpe
who had ungtimmed stamp* In their
possesfion. such as the vast duantltv
rhtn'ned from House's npartmnnt nnd
hls downtown office In tho Pioneer
hlock following hla arrest. Tho gov-
crnn'ent contends these were rteatned
off letters which had been left In
I'lisitirss blocks near mall chutes for
collection.
BecatiBo of congestion In the district
nttomey's office, the chbo against
House could not be considered yeaterday morning, but It wna said a warrant would bo   ashed   by   Inspector
International  Acreement May Be Re
cult cf Proposal Under Discussion
London, Sept. 30. A proposal la
make tlie Aix.-en archipelago an International neutral zone Is being considered by the American, British and
Oerman governments, according to to-
day's Manchester Guardian. The proposal Is said to be Incidental to the
opening of the Panama canal. Tho
fact lhat Herman, American and British companies have a Joint cable sta-
tlou on the Islands make free access
to them of the utmost Importance.
"It is proposed," says the Guardian,
"thai a joint treaty be arranged between Pnrtugnl and the other civilised nations by which a nfeutral International zone shall be established and
strictly maintained In the archipelago.
It Is suggested that all vessels within
the zone be protected against attack
cr seizure and allowed to receive provisions und fuel."
negroes,  wounded, and  the two boys  .-   .'.,..
lynched.   A serious clash between the '
races was prevented by the arrival on
a special of a company   of   national
guardsmen from Natchez.
The trouble atarted about 2 o'clock
Sunday morning and continued Inter-
mlttoutly until 10 o'clock, when Walter Jonea, the oldest of tho two boys
who started the firing, waB lynched
just after the soldiers arrived. His
brother. Will Jones, has been shot and
lynched hy citizens curlier In the day.
No more trouble Is feared.
The Natchez guardsmen havo    re
STOLEN PAY CHEQUES
CASHED IN VANCOUVER
.'ccv-d of rifling the safe ot tbe
Prlsci* Vanderhoof Lumber company a
Poison-Vanderhoof Lumber company.
at Acme, this state, and mak'ng off |
with pav chc mes valued at $Sl)0, r |
number of v hich he Is charged with
having CBSht-1 in Bellingham, Vancouver, 1). ��'.. i.nd Seattle, W. N. Adair
was urrested nt the Coleman dock yes
turned home. Thc negro population terday morning bv City Detects e
appears to bo as much Incensed at lUlpli Jonea on a telegraphic warrant
the Jones brothers as were the wblteB. (from    Bellingham.      Deputy    Sheriff
The shooting was started by Wai- ; Emory Hess, of Bellingham, started
ter JoneB. 20 yearB old. In tho negro north with his prisoner this after-
quarter, where Johanna Aiken, the noon. Adair refused to give his name
negress, and Thread Grayson were at police headquarters when booked,
shot and killed. Walter then went saying "John Doe" was good enough
home, aroused his 17-year-old brother, for him.
and together they proceeded through
the main atreet of the little town, firing at every one In sight.
The two bovB went to the' home of
former Constable Prank Kelnstly and
Walter Jones killed him when he
ro^nonded to thnl' call to come out.
Kelnstly's son, William, saw his Mber fall and reached  for a gun,
MONTANA CITY WAS
DESTROYED BY FLAMES
Charged With eteallnp Auto*
Seattle, Sept. 30.���Following the epidemic ot joy riding in stolen automobiles, the pcllce arrested three young
men believed to hnve been responsible for the theft of numerous cars of
late. At pollce headquarters they
gave the names of Harry Jonos, 18
years old; floy Rogers, 17 years old,
and Hrncnt Hngnme. They wer* suspected cf attempting to steal an nu-
tnmobllo belonging to R. B. Ptnneo.
When sonrched ut headquarter* the
boya wcre found to possess a variety
cf auto switch keys. They declined
to discuss  the cbargo against them.
thitte,   Mont.  Sept.   30.���Flre  that
started  In  the store of the  Clinton
Mercantile   company   destroved   the
principal blocks of Whitehall, forty-
l,1,t i live miles easl of Butte, causing   a
before hc could flre he received a bul-1 log8 estimated at $40,000.
let in one hand.   |    The volunteer firemen of the town
The Aaroo ft Mlsslsjdpul Vallev'de- handicapped by Inadequate wa-
nM Is near the Kelnstly home and the ,      A .nme buHd|ng next to
two Wo" wallted In thM direct on    ,     yffifc ��� the ,ea(,lng hotei,
n   J���1Z ^ Mo��n up and the couwe of the
a ffw moments heforn nnd Conductor i ���__ _,___-j .�� ,��.���� ���,.i���.
F. It.  Arn'ehv was standing at    th��irlrc 8t0P>,ed at th*t po,nt^	
stnt'on '-'king to Flagman W..C.
Bond. Without warning, the two negroes fired on them and both fell.
Then th�� negroes directed their flre
at Claudn Freeman, who was waiting
fnr a tratn.   He wa* Instantly killed.
THIEF LEFT DRILL AND
. STOLE ONLY SMALL SUM
South Vancouver, Sept. SO.���Drilling
a hole through the lock of the back
Castor, Alta., Sept. 30.���A demonstration of natural gas was given before practically the whole Castor
population who assembled accompanied by the town band to witness
the first definite evidence that the
gas well is a complete success.
For many weeks there has been
much anxiety on the part of the town
fathers ln particular and ot the citizens iu general as to whether the gas
well would be a success aa a result of
striking water at the 1400-foot level
SO feet below the last flow of gas,
which registered according to a test
made at that time by a siphon pressure mercury gauge 600,000 feet per
24 hours. Since that time, however,
until this week, owing to the difficulty ln shutting off the water the doubting Thomases have held the field.
A temporary capping of the well
was undertaken during fair week
when the grounds were illuminated by
the local gas, but It was not until thl*
week that the permanent capping ot
the well bad been accomplished with
the result that the well waa safely
capped and after 18 hour* registered
a pressure of 262 % pound* to the
square Inch. The cap wa* removed
to stop up leak* tn the pipe and the
escaping gas was heard all over town.
The well was recapped and In eight
hours registered a pressure of 270
pounds to the square Inch. This Is
greatlv ln nTcess of the Vegrevllle
gas well, wMeh after 24 hours only
registered 1ST pound* to the square
Inch.
A�� near n* can be ascertained Castor hae. nfter an eight-hour test, enual
to 600,000 feet ot gas. whloh Is expected to materially increase during the
next few hour*, and according to the
statement ot the men who have bored
the well, Castor haa at the preeent
moment a stronger well and a larger
supply of gas than any known well
tn northern Alberta.
They want your trade. That's the reasan why they
advertise. They will treat you courteously and supply
your needs at reasonable prices.
When dealing with those who use our advertising
columns don't forget to say that you saw their ads in The
News. It helps us.
J. H. Todd's Music House
411 Columbia Street, New Weetmlneter.
GERHARD HEINTZMAN AND DOMINION PIANOS AND ORGANS.
VICTOR AND   EDISON  PHONOGRAPHS.
Slngsr Sewing Machines.   Small Muaioal Good* of all Kind*. PHONE at*.
BOILERS Riveted Steel Pipes
      BURN OIL    ~
TANKS
ThenwrSJ* t'hnu'fi;edlnto*the"t���|:ain:ld,'0'; &*��� ��I��I!!_I _S^"2��8
terrorizing the nassenger*. A ��leeolng!to. p- Wllbee, corner of J^y-ww";
car from Natch--- la in" r*-*v -'"bt
���t Haniaton nni'l tve through train
from Memnhls to New Orleans    ar
avenue and Fraaer, a thief entered
the store on Saturday night and secured TS cents from the cash drawer.
W"s. After thn train from Nstcheit; Nothing else was touched. The drill,
,bnd I'nnartad this car was a target, for,which waa left on the floor, may prov*
|the flre of the two negroes.    While a clue to tho Identity of the thief.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
TELEPHONE SM     j
O. BOX 44}
THE DOMINION BANK
Michigan Profaaaor III
Ann Arbor, Mich.. Sept. M.���Dr. *.
B. Angell, of the University of Michigan. Iss ill at his homo ln this ctty
ot heart dlseaae. Hls physicians say
the outcome ot the selsure will be
In doubt for at least two or three days
Dr. Angell It at least 85 year* old.
*W\ W MATtMSW^ WM'
C. A. BOOERT, General Manager.
Sea���ipsisna
Tetsl Assets
Sa.oooiooo
S*m000bQQQ
Savings Accounts
may ba opened tat th* ***** of twetndtvtdaal* *o that eilker *o*
ean withdraw aad daposlt me��*y therein.
Thla form ef aooount I* especially convent* ��i Ier a MB aad ***X\.
���r two umber* eta family. '<������>���*
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THK NEW WESTMINSTER NEW1.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1J1S.
Fresh Water and Salt
WESTMINSTER PORT
PACIFIC COAST
URITISH ETEAMER
CALLC FOR  HI.LP
Baltimore, Sept   30;���The   Britiah
.,,,,, r    i, inplemi re. Ciiptuin Jones.
,,,I,,���������..   : n    Liverpool   September
was on Bre late lust nighl   In latitude 80.27 north, longitude fifi.nil west.
,',,   genl  oul it call tor immediate as-
jianoe and al 3:30 u.m. todaj   the
,.,:,],,* Aroadls trom Hamburg picked up Inr crew and Ih proceeding    to
Baltimore,
fhls information was oontalnad in a
n less despatch  received  here (rom
t ;iita:n llpldt, of the Arcadia.
ANOTHER 100 MILES
NEARER THE COAST
Permit  Received to Operate  C. T.
from Railway Board���Became
Effective Yesterday.
cut-throat methods or duplicating
work, which waa coating thousands
of dollars  every  year.
Mr. Weart's Prophetic Eye
lie hop��d..��ind expected to see the
day, and not a far distant one at
thut, when the whole '>[ the lower
mainland would be under the control
of cne breirrt"nt commission, when engineering project* could be oarrlod
en with little tear of overlapping on
the different municipalities
Mr, Weart touched on the speed
limit ,ni force in Burnaby, declaring
that twenty-live miles was a sate
I speed, in fact a motorist could make
fortj miles un hour In the daytime,
bul th" Bdhger lay In the nighl drlv-
ors,   He hoped thai those who endan-
BAR INTERPRETER
FROM COURT
Yesterday's   evidence   in   the   Dean
trial at the assize comi. tor ttie Bank
Of   Montreal   robbery   ��as   whollj   Od
duced  by bank olliclals.
An Incident In lhe proceedings wi
the exclusion trom courl cl
peso Interpreter
Mr. l'bipps resumed
stand and related the
���tory of bis encounte
1.
Hi:
MORE  JAPANESE   SHIP8
Japan   One   Great   Workshop,   Says
Nagashlma���Needs More Raw
Material.
San Francisco, Sept. 30.    Because of
lite rapidly  Increasing trade between
the l'nited States and Japan, a short-
;ie of transpacific vessels Is expected
I-   Y.   Nagashlma,   manager   of    the
Ulsul company of this city, who haB
u"-t returned from the Orient.
"Japan   will  become    the    greatest
-chaser of cotton and other raw ma-
Winnipeg, Sept. 80. The gap wblcb
Inus yet to be traversed by tlle (irand
Trunk I'acilic to retch lbe coast was
still further closed In by the permission of the railway board to operate
another hundred miles of the line in
BrltlBh Columbia was received yes- j
terday.
[    The service is on tlle west side of
'the gap and is   an extent ion   of   the
I'rlnce  Hupert line to mile 301  from
! that point.    The    service    will    com-j
Imetice tomorrow.   This is a line which
the   witiwss
Chlna'man's
with the rob-
,,..  the 'remuneration of the Pinkerton detectives and oilier details.   The
other officials were examined pr'ncl*
pally upon the bank's system nnd business methods iu regard to the despatch and receipt of notes between
the head office and brunches.
A 11. Macneil. K.C.. assisted bv
I Mr llavis, K. ('.. represented the
crown and  Sir Charles  Hibbert  Tup-
minimi being bound to the chair aud
gagged. In whose presence did he tell
you that story.
Witness-* Chief Bradshaw, Mr.
Brymner and myself.
Sir Charles���Did you understand
hlin (iilile well.
Witness Yes. Ile has been wltll us
ror years and I never bad uny trouble
to make hlm understand,
Sir Charles He gave n full ac-
gOCOUnt of whnt occurred?
Wll ness Yes. 1 can't tell exactly
the hour or whether it wan before or
niter the money was found The conversation took place In the vault.    He
described it on the chair. I won't be
positive Mr. Ilrymner was present, bul
1 think be wus.
Sir Charles As a matte;' of facl you
dou't know exactly when' the Chinaman began bis explanation of whal be
knew of the robbery.
Witness���No.
Sir Charles Iio yon remember exactly what he told?
Witness    Not word for word
sir Charles Thai would be unreasonable.    Practical!!
Witness    YeB, practically.
Sir Charles   -He  did  not   volunteer
nit* the lives of residents by reckless
driving   cf   mptor   vehicles   would   get
Ithe limit of the law from the powers
thai be. Reeve Weart's suggestion
was heartily concurred In by tha motor,ms present.
Following brief remark! frcm Keeve
Churchill of Point Qrey, Iteeve Hridge
Of Richmond, aud J. J. Miller, president uf the Vancouver Kxblblllon association   tiie siieuker of tlie duy, the cm... .  ���""<   ***      ���-                                         ">���   > >,..���>��� .-
official   representative  of  tlle  provln- per and  Adum  S.  Johnston  appeared Uj,e explanation.    You elicited It  from
clal   government,   and   cne   who   was for Dean.                                                    jhlin by questions?
dn.   to off cl illv (.net   the    rond    for Sir Charles, before Mr. l'bipps agu'n |    witness    Yes.    Mr.   Hyrmner    may
fr.   r,    wTi no,ncn 1    lion   T ona". took the witness stand, brought ��... the , have  put  some questions and  1   may
r    . /    ,?i,,Me,     l   . ubic  work" question of his  being allowed  to ex-   hftv,  ,,ul lome,    ,    Uim't    remember
laylor,  niinlste,   ol   public  works. ^^ ^ r p_(,llnll,lllry )nol,iry thl, two ! ,���.,���,������ nnv g^estlons to him.
Hon. Thomas Taylor |���ew witnesses, Burman and Armltage.;     Sbr Charles   (live It to us as nearly
"Good Bonds"   laylor was heralded sprung upon blm. as be alleged, ves-  ���,, voll ra;1
bv  the  singing of  "Por  He's  a Jolly terday.    He said it was in the nature      Witness    He described seeing a po-
..r!��l�� in tho world" said VaKashlma ipaH8P8 ��-h<>, dlvl9l��" \'��'"l,ot S"llth''r8 | (i'ood Fellow." of an  examination  for discovery   ,nd Hoeman standing across the street op-
��� ���"��. \.P���.. Mooffi hales were shinned ���wlllch  ls  the  Becond  ,livlB10lial  l,olnt I    The provincial  minister,  first  men- he wanted two hours In the afternoon  position the hank, how he (the Clilun-
""' M'',r       '               -         ��� ���'         -   I on tbe line west of Prince Rupert The tlon|ng the progressive spirit of Bur- io meet the difficulties he bad  men- jma���)  came to the door or the bank.
naby   and   South   Vancouver   citizens tinned  in  conducting  the  trial.  After ; As be enme through the vestibule he
Iin  going ahead   with  such  an  under- seeing  those  men  the  defence desir-|w8g seized  and  pushed  down  on  the
'taking   spoke of the  facl that   as he ed   to  follow   up  any  thread .or  clue  floor, gagged, and  taken down  to the
remembered it. it  was tbe Vancouver;that  the  examination   might SUggaat, vanlt and tied to the chair,
and New Westminster auto clubs that Otherwise the mere fact of asking Whal |     Further evidence. In the main Blm.
tlrsl took up the question of agitating they knew would not be of any great | liar to that given   before at  the  trial
vV,[reaa?h ^^r^n.'dHSfP"-* o_^,mi^p-Mu,,e 204
���"���ni  ot China and  Manchuria Is be-1
i'***, taken advantage of by Japan, and
;-i era of Industrial activity without
pirallel   In   that   country   has   been
Sorted.
"The empire is one great workshop.
' -hor ia plentiful, but raw material is
f-arce. It will not be many years be-
���"���vr Japan will be the United States'
b'-ces* purchaser of cotton.
"Owing to the scarcity  of coal  on
Pacific  coast    Japan    will    ship
t'
KINGSWAY A LINK
BETWEEN CITIES
(Continued trom Page Oue I
""ar
famine this winter.'
ROCKED THE BOAT
Old
scheme of better and  more  roads  in
ores of cargoes of coal here in'th'e I British Columbia, with a hint of more
future     Tills  will  avert  a  coal  financial assistance if the projects appear  feasible to the government.
Marshall Fred I.ynch performed the
difficult task of keeping the cars in
line and his work was greatly assisted by those in the parade, which, uuce
started, gave no trouble whatever. Alderman I.ynch was in the van throughout the whole parade, the auto of Fire
Chief Watson being used for the occasion.
Starting from the Vancouver hotel
at exactly lu.20 o'clock, with Chief
Watson and Alderman Fred J. I.ynch
In the bad. the procession wended lt-
Bcilf along Broadway to the intersection of Main street and Westminster
road, where Mayor Baxter, of Vancouver, was introduced to the concourse by Chairman Fau-Vel of Bumaby.
Changes Name of Road
With a few remarks. Mayor Itaxter
officially changed the name of Westminster road to Kingsway. declaring
that it was fitting that such a highway should have one name reaching
from Vancouver tir New Westminster.
Tacoma Fatality Due to Came
Foolish Joke���B. C. Boy Had
Close Call
Tacoma. Sept. ISO. -McCord McDon-
Oligfi, thirteen years old, a student at
l_e Koven Hull, who ran away from
llle Institution with Charles McGregor.
Ill'leeu years old, of Victoria, U. C, al-
���f . a student, and went, canoeing on
American lake, rocked the frail craft
and was drowned when it capsized.
', he screams of the boys in the water
brought assistance from the shore,
i.arold Balabanoff, Mildred Maberly
and Genevieve Bemis, all of Tacoma,
wire attracted by the dlspalrlbg cries
nnd the two boys splashing in the lake
...duping into a boat, Balabanoff and
t he -two young women went to the res-
cje. Before the three bad tbe boat
i'i Ibe water McPonough was seen to
throw   up   his   hands   and   sink   from |
>��� aht. Young McGregor was crying j Three cheers greeted the ceremony.
Hsterically when the party from theland thence the procession travelled
bhore arrived and begged Balabanoff|through South Vancouver until Cento attempt the rescue of his compan-1 tral i>ark was leached, this being the
lon  before bothering  with  him,    Tbe
bid w-as pulled Irani the capsized can-
i.e and hastily brought to shore.
FIGHERMEN   CAUGHT   BY
HUGE WALL OF WATER
Hoqulam. Sept. 110.-
-Edward II. Sear
street commissioner of Aberdeen;
i.arvey Kidd. of Ihe Aberdeen fire de-
I ailment, and Oeorge McLean, a
young man of Aberdeen, probably
. ere drowned in the Humptulips rlv-
<r. i-ortli of this city, when caught in
a Ipgging "splash" while fishing.
j boundary   line  between   Bumaby  and
South Vancouver.
Here waa erected a raised dais,
wluie accommodation was found for
the government  officials, reeves and
'mayors of tbe various cities and municipalities,^ together with  councillors
'and  aldermen and  representatives of
various  public bodies.
Hundreds of people bad gathered,
which number was swelled by several hundred passengers in the autos.
On the Burnaby side of the street
was Chief Parkinson with a detachment of mounted  police and foot pa-
Two companions cn the lisliing trip. | trolmen,  while    Chief   Jackson    bad
I practically his entire force out in uni-
���form to enliven the proceedings.
In   Burnaby
The marshal!, Alderman I.ynch here
'introduced Chairman Fau-Vel and lhe
jspeechmaking was on
'    Councillor  Fau-Vel,  big  and   portly.
:just about filled the bill as chairman
Of such an auspicious occasion.    With
a few brief remarks he greeted, on
."meat l.indslroin, Aberdeen water superintendent, and Charlea Ingram, af-
<or an eight hourB' search, reported
by telephone the disappearance of the
".rec men and asked that a searching party  bc sent out
The   Big   Creek   Lumber   company.
* hich  is  logging about  fifteen  miles
farther    up    the    Humptulips    river,
splashes"  tbo Btream  each  Sunday
afd some time arter the time fontm'behalf-of Burnaby
I .heinn'ii in return to their auto the  ver,  the  different
splash reached thai point In the rivet*,  bad assembled the
Splashing a stream ts a method In use
l.' Gra> harbor loggers in getting logs
d.wn  several  streams  to  tide-water,
II is dene bv means of a big dam. the
liter   being   released    when   a   large
( nougii bend is stored, and the flood
Oafr-ies the logs down. In the splash
In the Humptulips river, ji wall of
water about four feet in height sweeps
down tb,. channel wltb the speed of
a racehorse, During the lasl
vears  several   unwary   fishermen
and Soulh Vancou
public bodies whl
c thai day. lt was
the connecting line between ibe cities
of .New Westminster and Vancouver
and aa audi was the first spike in
the Greater Vancouver Idea.
Reeve Kerr, of South Vancouver,
wus the tirsl speaker and dwelt for
a time on the handsome way In whieh
the provincial government bad conn*
to the aid of the two municipalities.
The highway formed the link between
tasy Itwo (li the greatest cities In the Cana
on|dIan   west,  and  also joined   together
tor such a highway. Koadmaking bad
considerably altered during the past
two yeara. more especially during the
last year, when the provincial government came to the conclusion that mi-
cadamize3 roads consumed too much
money in up-keep. The paved road
they expected would more than offset
tbla yearly grant made by the government and also provide excellent facilities for trim'!.
-   More  Roads
Mr. Taylor mentioned that it was
���he  pcbetne  ef  the  municipalities  on
the lower mainland to complete a circuit of paved highway from Vanoouver to  New  Westminster via  Kings
1 way and returning by  the river road
through   feint  Grey.    They   hnd  seen
'fit to assist In tiie financing of Kings-
way and he hoped in the near future
|to   b.--   able  to  announce  government
assistance  for the  river road.
The government is spending the immense amount of ten million dollars
; on   highways,   whicli.   considering   the
population ol the province. 400,000 by
i the last ceil-us, was quite a figure for
I British Columbia.
Mr. Jaylor said be hoped before
another year had passed to see the
federal government come to the assistance cf the trunk roads In the province, especially those connecting a
national highway. The coast to coast
I'ignwuv was well on the wav to frul-
t1"!' and British Columbia, by reason
of tbe mountainous portion In the
Rockies, had every right to share a
poi tion and a large portion cf the
money to be set aside for highways
by the  Pcminlon  liouse.
Kingsway Opened
At Central Park scores ot autos
bad jul_)��d the already long procea-
'sion, which made a rapid trip through
i Burnaby until the intersection of
Tenth avenue and Kingsway was
reached, where -Mayor Grey, on behalf of the City of New Westminster
changed the name of Twelfth street
to Kingsway, thus completing the
change of nomenclature reaching from
Vancouver to New Wet ttninster,
Al one o'clock Ch'ef Watson's ant*1
reached the park gales and the long
ist nnd greatest auto parade ever
known In western Canadi was ended
together witb the official opening of
tbo ['nest paved highway in the Dominion.
BRANCH RAILWAYS
FOR FARMERS
Premier Sifton to Consider Laying of
Pour Line  from  Main   Roads of
Province.
Clapped Their Hands.
Atlantic City. X. J.. Sept. 30, More
than 800 members representing interests of the New Kglaiui and Southern
Btates and their guests from many
parts of the world applauded the stand
taken by Edwin Farnham Greene, the
president of the National Association
of Cotton .Manufacturers, in his address relating to the tariff at the opening session of the semi-annual convention of the association here tonight.
advantage to them in enabling them to of Macnamara was given Bank otfl-
test or devising means of testing the olds told of the various system In use.
truth of their statements. By fnllov- Later In the day court was adjourning   up  their   Inquiry   they   could   I)" i pd until 10:30 this morning.
ready when Ihese men come on to the: -- 	
witness box without throwing themselves upon the discretion of the court
for further delay.   It would snve time.
The Court--Suppose we adjourn at
half past three.
Mr. Macneil pointed eel Ibatth" de
fence had been supplied with a state,
ment In writing of the nature of their
evidence and bad got their names and
addresses.
Sir Charles���My  learned  friend  assured me 1 conld see tbes" witnesses.
Enforce Order.
Another rtiatt* r Sir Charles brought
before the court had reference to tbe
order excluding all  witnesses    from
court  previous to  their examination.
He said it waa a matter of great Importance to have the order rigidly enforced.    He bad been credibly informed   that  the  Chinese   interpreter   remained in court during (be hearing of
Mr. Phlpps' testimony, and ns soon as
he had finished his examination of the
j witness in regard to the inspection of
the Chinese Janitor's wrists the Inter-
' preter left the room and was seen In
ian apnarently animated conversation
with tliis witness,    if the Interpreter
.were to remain In the court room and
then convey the evidence to this Chinese wltntss It made the exclusion of
witnesses a farce.
The  court  emphalicaly   agreed.
Mr. Macneil said most of the evidence bad been given In the Macnamara trial; there was nothing new in
it.
The Court- The  interpreter is certainly not to be allowed to remain in
ithe court room and then permitted to
give   the   purport   of   the   evidence   tol
witnesses.
Sir Charles- Mr. Johnston is my au-,
thority as to having seen them In con-'
vc-sille".
The Court--Thry mlghl be talking!
Suit" innocently, but nobody knows.
Sir Charles    It happened Just at thej
time   the   examination   regarding   the
Chinese janitor  was  going on.
Mr. I)avis--Is there anyone else you
want to gi out, Sir Charles, and we
will have him excluded, Vou knew
the Interpreter was In court.
St Charles   No, I did not
Mr. Davis���YOU heard the sheriff,
call out Charlie?
Sri Charles-Charlie is my name. I
f Laugh ter.)    Orders were
Kdmonton, Sept. Jo. Premier Slfton
stated today in answer to a unique
deputatloon, consisting of Tu farmers
trom Bllndman '.alley district, thut
ihe government would seriously con
sider tbe matter if assisting in liuild
ing light railways to connect up well
settled districts removed some cun.
Blderable distance from the main lino
of the railway.
The premier said that people who
came Into Alberta were of such au adventurous disposition that thoy would
go a long distance away from the rail.
way In order to gl I tha kind if country that Ihey desired, a fact which
made the problem of settlement and
rnMwav c.ucutlon very much more
difficult.
TRANSACTIONS
EOR MRS. SULZER
Evidence  at   Yesterday's   Trial   Show
��� eatings  of  Stock   Exchange���
Brokers Testify.
Interpreter Bhould   be
SPAIN   ALSO
tie Humptulips have been caught by
n splash and drowned, and there appears little hope thai the three Aher
deen men have escaped.
PANIC STRICKEN
PASSENGERS SAVED
Poughkeepsle,   x    v..   Sep;    30
Three    hundred    paBBehgers    of    the
steamboat  .Mohawk of the Manhattan
Navigation company  were transferred
rrom   the  vessel   niter  she  had   gone
bard aground on an embankment off
Myde park, seven miles north of here
111    the    panic    which    followed    the
"rounding  several    passengers    were! Reeve McGregor.
hurt.   The accident was due to a break |    The building of th
in the steering gear.
the two greatest municipalities In Up
Canadian west.
Keeve ii. c. McQregor injected a
little Scotch humor Into bis addreas
which was short and to the point Tb''
reeve  of   Burnaby   uus strong   on  the
Greater Vancouver Idea and gave
great praise to Hon. Thomas Taylor,
minister of public works for the province, who was Indirectly responsible
for the two municipalities getting tin-
aid tliey had received.
Historical Day
"Thia Is a day of history in the lower   mainland,   and   shows  a   spirit   of
character   wonderful   IO   relate,"   said
AFFECTED
BY  BIG  FLOODS
that   tl:
eluded.
Crcsr  Examination.
W, II. 0. Ph.pps was recallud and
bis cross examination continued. He
said that no attention was paid to the
size of the hob at the time. Only a
small man could go through There
wire s numlier or tools found In the
bank, The Chinaman showed him thei"P,h
chair n.) :h.* one |n which be bed been
bound. Witness did not examine the
Chinaman's trousers or clothes.
Sir   Charles    Vou   took   everything
he snld for gospel truth?
Witness    Yes
Sir Charles    It was a long time alter
Albany, N. V.. Sept. 30.- Evidence
tbat Governor Sulzer's stock transactions with the New Vork brokerage
firm of Harris & Fuller were for tlle
account of Mrs. Sulzer was disclosed
then  given   today at Ihe trial of Ills Impeachment.
The articles of  Impeachment  charge
thai the governor made use of some of
his  unreported    campaign    contrlbu- i
tions in some of Close transactions.
Melville fl. Fuller, head of the firm,
said that the governor had told blm
that Mrs. Sulzer had a loan with the
now defunct Carnegie Trust Company
of New Vork. and that in order to take
Madrid, Sept .'in Torrential rains
are falling throughout Spain, Great
damage to cr-opn anil property Is reported; railroad and telegraph lines
have been destroyed, rendering eonY
munlcation difficult; urgent appeals
fur aid  have reached   the ministry  of
i the interior trom many inundated villages ami  towns     At   Darcelens  the
1 2""0 carried swaya  a carriage with
' two children, who perished.
before  the  prisoner  waa
���   seme time.
So long thai  vou
���  Pinkertons thm
nipllshtng anythlni
Vou  asked    them    to
the
et  the  matter chared
that effect.
TIDE   TABLE���FRASER   RIVER.
For ths  Week  Endinn  Cundav. Oct. 5
Westminster.
Time.
High. Low.
5:10    0:40
17*50 13:10
0:10    1:85
1��:JS 13:40
7:10    2:50
1S:41 .4:13
8:11    3:40
14:?a
i-.m
Vi: 11
T.:V,
'-���40
(������I-.
ii-::-r
Sand Head
High.
Time. IH. Time.
4 :fi'i  11.7 10:24
Low
23: OB
11:13
23:44
:01
0:2r.
tr,
10
���I.
1 -
is
1C:4S  12.
5.10 12
17:16 12.�� 21
6:10 12.8 li
17:45 12.8
7: Ofl  13.0
l*rl6 J?.6 12M9
R'10 13.0 Ji'jjj
l-i-lfi  12 3  13:21
Ptlfi 12.0 1:58
11*11 '1.9 14:32
in:24 J',8 2:43
111:47 11.2  15:46
Chicai-o'o C--'ia-�� P'tble**.
Chicago. 8"it. :' ���   :)'--'tji' cf   the
���in-.?,- In Chicago ft t*fiv" ,',',"' tv'"
. ni,*.,-)   pefems   beea*'*?'   " -*"' TTnit
-i blem   today  when  oJppi""��  ���""    'be
'("(to Iii duel'""  co���nany   "''  clt"
���  '�����;-.; to cccui; ddlverlr.;; garbage r.i
night.
road Illustrated
just what could be done with co-operation, was pointed out hy Mayor Baxter, the next speaker.   The two leading  cities  had  worked  hand   In   hand
with  the  two municipalities and  the
end was by no means in sight.
Mayor Gray
ll.       Mayor Gray was equally brief in his
go {speech,   stating   what   a    pleasure   11
.'. was io blm. representing fhe Uoyal
12 City, to join with Burnaby and South
���'- Vancouver and Vancouver in linkin-.;
r'o up the highway. From all appearancei
it was a road which would stand all
questioning as being the finest lu
Canada. He bid them a hearty wel
come to New* Westminster,
EDx-Reeve Weart. under whose re
Iglme as chief executive of Burnaby
the scheme tor financing the cost of
I constructing the highway was firs'
|broached, mnde a forceful speech that
i was punctuated with applause fron
the crowd.
He had been a resident along the
highway for the past seventeen year?
iand It had been a dream for him to
sea such a roadwnv completed on the
loner mainland. Such a construct,on
scheme, said Mr. Weart. was an ex
'ample for the municipalities to follow
out I.i Other directions and  quit thc
I.S
fi.7 '���
1.2 1
7.9 |
1.0
fl.fl
1.2
0.0
ALDERMAN   FRED   LYNCH,
W'no succrositllly ymarshaled the four-
mile line of automobiles In the parade
yesterday.
the robb
.'lfi-"-ted
)"!(.,.-...-     y,
Sir Charles
plained   to   thi
w    not   ac(
Witness    y
Sir Charlea
hurry up and
up i i words ti
Witness    Yes,
Sir Cluirles Vou asked them If they
bad any trace and they answered yes
thev mere working on such and such
b thing
Witness     Ves.
Sir Charles The bank was concerned in the iuatti-r of the Insurance,
Wilnes-    I have the policy bore
The policy waa produced.
Sir Charles Vou were under the
impression at 'lie trial of Macnamara
that il was very essentlon In connection with your ltiHiirauce to convict
some one.
Witness    No     I  never  said  that.
Sir Charlea Was that your impression':
Witmss | believed we
"nil under thai policy I
'or--:' i yotl before' the
nu 'ice!
sir Charles   it  wns  nol
to s,.f.nr(, anv convict1'"?
Witness    Not that 1 know or.
Sir Charles When did f-n examine
tin* lock of the bank doors?
Witness 1 won't H": definitely.
Sb'irrtlv after I got down,
Sir Charles    To ������������f if the lock had
'���(���"���I tampered with?
Witness   i  found lt  in perfect or>
Sir Charles Vou know thnt before
md arter the rnbberv the door or tha
bank has bet n loft open.
Witness    | |���.',|ove so.
Sir Charles So far as you know
lhe door might have been lert open
lb.i' night?
Witness    I don't know.
Sir Charles   This story of the Chl-
loan for which Sulzer had given bis note he had deposited securities belonging to Mrs. Sulzer with
Harris & Fuller, and borrowed money
thereupon *o pay the note.
The governor's account with Harris
���ft Fuller, which the Impeachment
Charge was a marginal or speculative
account, not a loan account, was opened In 1910. according to fhe hooks ofl
the firm which Fuller presented todsy. The Carnegie Trust company, it
,. tn recalled tonight, was In Snanclal
dilcultles thut yenr and Subsequently
It failed.
Open  Jcui* College.
EdtaontOn. Sept. 30.    The new .lea-
lilt college In Ihe west end nf the cltv
which   has cort  over {700,000,  Is now
completed and will open tomorrow for
boarders and on the morning of October 2 for boys. It Is oue of tbe finest
educational Institutions iu the province,, both architecturally and lu all
liolnls relating to Improved scholastic
equipment
Hyslop Crab
Apples
had  rethink  I
���   trial   c
necessary
uie
lape
tor preserving...
Cod Cranberries,
per
lbs.
Lombard Plums���
Fer basket   ....
Per crate 	
. 76c
Italian Prunee-
Per  basket.  .
por orate ...
no Cooking Apples  5 Ibs. J
ready for .''our lut of Oc
wa
ber orders,
Store will
noon.
bo closed Tuesday nfter
Dean's Grocery
Burr Black.
Phone 386.
Columbia Street.
WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR.
641 FRONT -ST.
out of thp: high rent district
FAIR FAVORITES
WEDNESDAY
Leokie shoes all winners. See the exhibit. Then
come to the Depot, <>41 Front St See the big Leckie
sign there. Clad feet will go home with you if you
fix up there.
OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9:30 P. M.
Free! Free! Free!
We have received $600 worth or Packard's famous Shoe I'ollsb for
distribution at our discretion Now listen! Huy one dozen Shoe
laces al 10 cents, or shoes or slippers and the polish will be handed
to you. Or cut out ibis ud.. hand ll to us. and We will Klve yuu
a 25 cent bottle of polish iu exchange tor .H.
SOME FAIR WEEK PRICES
Ladles attention! Rubber Footholds, all steel, T'.e value for . -214
Ladles, tbo Hyan Hoot, vici kid sewn, stub toe, $;i 50 value S1.95
Mind the bnby, black ami tan 96c slippers, 9-0 value, pair 5Se
Youths Hoots foi  school wear, sixes 11, 1- 1-2, values $2.50, per pair
  S1.4S
I'or men.   The Harry Hoot, made In U.S.A., $8.50 value    Present tbls
ad. and get any si/.e for   $4.95
Tbe 1-OUng man, Ames Holden snappy dress boot, tl ���"'". pair $3.45
The Wee Rid. strong box kip boots, with  kickers. I  to 6, 9Stt
Hoys' school boots, Btrong ami durable, sir.es I to 5 St.75
Travellers' samples for men. $5.00 to $7 no values   Vour pick, $3.95
For the solid man, the k Hoot, world famous    Sole agents for the elty.
Men give ear. Bulldog  Rubbers, $1 -a  value     per pair    .. 50e
Men, tin   Rynn Hoot, strong umi durable. $6.60 value for $1.AR
For hoys and phis, 600 pairs box kip boots. Blzes TV"   1" $1.25
Slater Hoots. K.W.. hlack and tan. any par in the etori $4.95
Value to $7.00, but band us tbls ud to show  that  it  broughl yon
QUID Hoots for Men, knee length, any size $3.45
$30,000 stock TO SELECT FROM
OPEN FAIR WEEK UNTIL 9-30 P.M.
Ticket Sale Opened for the
Provincial Exhibition
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Queen's Tark. Sept. 30, Oct. 1. J, 3, and I. 1913.
Membership tiofcets, oUnlts, $.: children. *i    On sale at tli
ager's olllce, Industrial building, Queen's Park, '- Drug  Hon
A. Mulr et Co.;  I)  S. Curtis Co.. Davles' Drug St( "l.i    ���    n. i n.
lumbia Sti t:  c   A. Welsh, B.M. Copeland, Eli treet; i   T 11 11
Columbia street; w. !���' Beggs, w. a. Daahwood lorn \  ���    .
Hank of Commerce, Nels Nelson. I.. A. Lewis. A  .1   Lcvj   I'rest   \.*��� . ���
Automobile tickets, with chauffeur, for the week,
Express and dray wagons, with driver, for the wei ,.     1
Horse Show tickets, boxes of four seats, for the woek   S10     He
served seats. CO cents.
Sent  plan can  be seen and  tickets obtained  al   11   Tidy's Olllce,
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL  AND   INDUSTRIAL
SOCIETY.
Cl   A.   WELSH,   President D.   E.   MACKENIE.
Manager and Secretary.
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A CORDIAL
INVITATION
Is extended to VOU to make use of <
R EST-RO
111!'
M
in the Industrial Building at the Fair. We are located
on the ground floor.
Call and see us, #et a useful souvenir (these will
not be j_;iven to children) and rest awhile.
DENNY & ROSS
The Big Furniture Ston\
One Clock Above the Post Office, Corner Sixth and Carnarvon Streets,
New Westminster.
WHERE TO STAY
WHY AT
Hotel Dunsmuir
EIGHTH STREET
Now Fully Licensed. Alterations completed and
BAR and ground floor SITTING ROOM now open.
Only best brands Wines, Liquors and Cigars stocked. .Comfortable, well-furnished rooms, each with
Telephono and hot and cold running water. .
MODERATE RATES	
 EUROPEAN PLAN
Call and see artistic new fittings and fixtures all
made and installed by New Westminster firms.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
News9 Sport Page That Everybody Reads
LACROSSE   >:   CRICKET   :-:   BASEBALL   ;-:   BOXING
SALMON BELLIES WIN
EASILY FROM V. A. C.
Lll.e the  l-'alr They Wcre dinner ant.
Belter Than Ever���Nine to One
Wat the Score.
The Uintp cu|i ll kdIiik to stay rig]
lii-n .    ilmi much in certain ufu-r y.
V
_________________________    y'K
toon's   iiiHpiuy   or   tu,
5atn��* between the Vauoouvoi
A. C  and the Salmon   Bellies,
ti rday    atterni
national v,t
whit
...    -.    -..���    .������    .,,,,[|MMl      Dl'lHCK,     Will* ll
ended in the latter piling up a total
ol nine k<i;i!s to a lone ons ��odred bj
tin1 challengers,
Although one-elded aa the More maj
read, llie   .���.e.tther conditions nml thi
uphill battle fought hy the youngsnrt
from the Terminal City, made tin
Kami' fairly lutcreHtlntc to tlw ipecta
tir.s,  perbape taking  into conaldera
tlnn   the  fai-t   that  lacrosse  liai  been
di-aU for several weeks caused by thi
demise ol th* B. 0, L, a.
Prom * critical standpoint, however
tin* V.   V ('. have to play many more
years t- gether imturr they can   ever
hope tn equal the speed   and   team
"irk  it  the famous Minto ouppen
whnt tin. nlj veterans showed in the
way   of   losing   their   rapid   footwork
they uk re tlmn made up for in the
matter Of quick Htiiippy pass work, ul
way* a feature with New Westmin
ster, but ran��iy displayed tm bettei
advantage than yesterday.
Co-u the Cream.
Of 'hi' Individual honors of tha d��>
;i   iu n ��� artisan   critic   would   aredti
Daw Ulbboni with the cream, for
never In hi:, experience with either
< on Ji im  aggregation or the Ti ros
li . 11-*! h.'i'M ;i did iin- custodian show
ui) more deafly,    llun Clark was al*
nl liin b**L h'lt hi- had io Uttl* work
lo   p. rr-enn   that     the     Intl..     PtergUI
player could not display hla prowi i
a* of yore.
Three in a Row.
of th" Westminster team it war. ;���
t' *n up between Cliff Bprlng, Pal
Peebey nnd lllll Turnbull, Spring wai
ii i* i tacular, iti'i Turnbull was then
time ami again with thou- copywrlted
i. ., shots, while th,' veteran Peene>
surprised everybody with his work rf
fewlng (ht. hi'iiie. Put only broke
Into the BOOT* sheid but once, although
more than half the Westminster kobi*
were ta'itn from paasc--. from the
biick of Feeney.
Although   larK<T crowd* have been
fin ut Minto cup games then was i
fair nttendauce yesterday afternoon
when the opposing teams trotted oul
in the swnrd. All the old timer* were
congregated around the club hou-Re,
Dad Turnbull. Itob Cheyne, Mayor
(ira> antl several of lhe former Sal
mon Bellies being noticed chatting
Blound, Frank Patrick. Matt Barr and
t'h.irlle ?Otmg, Ol Vancouver mixing
will' the bum ii, wlllch reminded manv
i.f tin (lavs when Cun Jones was wont
to bring hir. aggregation ever to
Qu .. tin park Invariably for n Uckln-e
Can't Lose It.
I ir*es.H< d in l'i" mlnisti-rlal regalia,
Itev. J, S. I lender-son excited the curiosity *f the fam* h\ his old time en
thuslaum. the former minister of ::'
Andri wr. and Incidentally former
pri-s. i.r t ol the Weetmlneter Lacrosse
olub, giving an exhibition of bow New
Wi-sli.i.'.o.'x't citltemi enlhiinil rtiirinc
��� ,ir.b,. day* when the Minto cup wa*
lirjl brought hack from lhe iust.
At   one  period of play  the reverend
minister em tn dl*gusted with several
(alllll passoe mi.de by the Koyals that
he sent n 0, (J. I>. call to Tlm
Mahony fnr a megaphone.
Like a Dutch Uncle.
A feu minutes aft, r :i o'clock President J U Agar, of the Weitminiter
club Mayor <lrny and Referee I.ynch
escorted Hon. Price Rlllson, minister
of agriculture, to lhe centre of the
li.nl   while,  following a brief address
lo the plgyer* as to how sport should
bs kept clean nnd free from disorder,
ihs provincial minister faoed ofl the
bail    The game was on.
First Quarter.
Vancouver secured the draw and
gave Clark trouble un two occasions
tietirK" Hennie relieving both times.
Cliff SrrlliK tested (llbbons, who madB
a faultv recovery, but the effort avail
ed nothing.
fallowing another run down the
field hy Vancouver. IIukIi Olfford
made a run whicli was followed bv the
Prat goal Of llie game secured by Pat
l'e-nev     4.44  was the time.
Immediately following the face-olT
Mill Tumbull tried one of Ills hook
finds which missed by Inches.
Clllf Spring and brother Grumpy
w��re both well placed, but again thc
bin i.ting was wild.
Bun Clark was up to his old tricks
when Peacock nigh want through, llun
making a brilliant Have.
The flrat penalty of the game wna
handed cut late In the first soss'ou
v hen Charl'c Imnlhiie was sent off for
lu Iding Vancouver became dangerous
once more, Crookall mlHSlng the pass
by inches.
Jolinuv Howard joined Donlhne on
llle bench after he bad twlnod Dnvls
around his "tick.
Cecond Qusrtsr.
Vancouver again got tbo draw, but
lost It. Keeney gave a wild pass, but
the return run came to naught, Buc'-i
Ma��tbal1 Intercepting. Feeney made
good this lime, causing Bill Turnbull
to use hla height to advantage In
notching the second goal.
B'll and rt. Murray catij'it tho eye
of Keferto I.ynch a minute both itolng
i,lf  for five minutes.
Crookall hit tlle post wllh a fast
shot, the checking of the Vancouver
having Improved on both divisions.
The crowd held Its breath when
t.rmnpy Spring took a pot over his
opponent's bead, Olbbons pulling off a
fine save.
Tb�� renllv classy work of th�� gum"
so far was engineered by the lloyn'i
towards the end of the quarter, wben
nrter some lightning pass work Pat
Keeney sl'tipod the rnbbe- to Do's'hv
Rpritiu ".ho shot a beautiful goal a"
a difficult angle. The applause from
tho crowd was well deserved.
Rr.d to end play followed, the crowd
Betting a laugh when   Bill Turnbull
.mii-tci', 1.(10;  W, Turnbull, Westmin I
iter, 1.50.
Penalties.
First  quarter    Donlhne.  V. A. ���'.,  '.,
uinuiii, Howard, Westminster,6mlt
i tea
.' -ei.nud quarter   it. Murray, v. I
',,, .'. '-limit- h,   W. Turnbull, WeStmln
ster, 6 minutes.
I Imd ijunuer    None.
Fourth quarter    None.
WON AT EVERETT
Local Golfers Double  Score In Match
i
on   Week-end���"'emen   Pla/ere
Badly   Beaten.
TONICHT
SHOTS AT GCAL.
Fred I.ynch when weighed op. the
P, Hums scale* immediately follow lne
the game, was found lo have lost Just
'lve pounds Fred never worked hanl-
���r in his life, being kept on tbe ran
ill  the time.
In the last quarter, Vancouver call-
upon llun Clark JuBt three times, one
'Indlng the net. Of Westminster's thir-
'iM��n shots lu the Bame period, five
'ounil the billet.
That long shot by Doughy Spring
'airly sizzled and made .loe Mahoney
duck hls head
Tbe crowd gave a rial cheer when
McLaren scored the lone goal tor the
V A. C's. lt was followed by repeat-
il real cheers when the Hoyals start-
id on ��� rampage in the laat quarter.
The third quarter was so slow* that
'lie sport writers were busy watching
he Curzon sisters go through the fly-
nt butterfly rtunt when cliff Spring
���cored   the  lone goal.
Members of the Vancouver golf and
country   ciuti   haven't   torgottsn   the.r
public school 'rithmetlci at k_���t so
i leema, for wben lhey went to Everett, Wash., and played the club there
they didn't take any more or any
fewer points than jtint to exactly double the score:
I* details of tiie sum:
Vancouver���
Ilere are tl
Everett���
Fiefield   0
Wentworth    ... 0
Swalwell      0
Agnew    1
Crosby     1
Mooney   o
Pendleton   3
McCasney  .... 3
McAllister  ....  8
Oardner   2
A.   Stewart   ...  3
Brooks      2
Milne        2
McAdam      3
McLaughlin   .. 0
Mlddleton    ....  0]
Total     8 Total    161
j    The   women   members   who   played
jwlth   Kverett  wcre badly beaten, and j
I harrowing  detallB  are  omitted.
All   who made  the  trip were most
hospitably   entertained. I
These eastern games must bl pretty
aiHik If 1'"* word Of a Toronto fan If
worth anything. This fellow wen* r"al
crazy throughout the game, declaring
that yeiterday'e contest had It over
������ivtiiii'i; pulled off at Bcarboro Beacb
or on thc island.
NOW IT'S SOCCER
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Present   a   Wonderful Dramatic Play l-iivtlcd,
"The Cowboy
from the West"
The third act In this play has
a greater climax even than
that Of "Thc Lion and the
Mouec." .
Thursday,   Friday,  Saturday.
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J. J. JONES. Managing Director.
Columbia Street, New Westminster. B.C.
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Big Sportinr Event at Fair Today    Is
Game Between Port Coquitlam
and  City.
TOM  GIFFORD.
Manager ol the Salmon Bellies, wbol
decil vely defeated the V.  A.  C  yel
terday .n Queen's park fur the Minn
cup.
inind-ii an open noai with a i*.o���k Bhot
The I.Jiig fellow had consolation from
illic t_i_t that about nix V. A. C. play-
lera Kara hanging on hia neck.
Third Quarter,
, A change uas made In the V. A. C
.1-iii-up when tho teaniH took tin- Beld
*iu the third quarter, Punch liunm go-
:liig on the dtfenor In [dace of Davn
who retired with a strained ihoulder.
1'ai Feeney opened the dries by hit
i'.:i��� Gibbon* on tin* tie ,-i wltb th*
rubber followed by on* ol the nam*
brand by Oordon Spring. Both bare
oai :;'-_rk- cf tallies.
For some unaccountable reason
none of the Vancouver shots had any
ia::ng   to  thsn,   with   perhaps  two    or
title'-  axceptlona,   while  those  which
OCbblA-S tiavlgaimi had everythim; that
ci unt4i for goals, lilbbons WU by f_r
tl.e b<-kt in.in oii the Held for the -in -:i
���plnr's s'.iti shewed his old running   i-
hi displayed v.iun with ('on Jones
.;:;(.���!  g��tu.in
ie ugby ..', r.m-. broke In th* lime
II bl again afttr ton minute! of play,
b . * the custodian with one of hi*
-.*- it..a ..iir a nccK-ry. 'Ihat made
1 * goal* lo Yanc->-.vi ri nil. Clark
had i.r.l.v four ahctii io atop in tbl*
���\: ii.-u. and unw attention from tin
crowd bv r. a son of his alertness.
Taken on the whole tbs third quart .
h,'.* tin* mosl listless of the Ihree.
Fourth Quarter.
Tn. challenger* ihowed signs ol
mak ag a valiant att<nipt to penetrate
ith* YV-.sunii'.fiti r goal Trom tb* faccofT
land after a run Up the Held Mcl.arei
[sc red the lirst goal lor tbe Vaucou
vein.
\, nMtminster fans naturally expected  tin- Minto cuppers to forge ahead,
and  it only  required a little over    a
minute    before    (Tiff      Spring      Belli j
through a lightning shot, the effort ofl
the  ua\.     Nine  leoondl  and   Iknighy j
was    there    again,    beating    Gibbons]
'every wny.
Ti,e Vancouver goaltender had    al
hard lime of It for the next lve min-
Utes, I'at Feeney, George Hennie and |
Clifl Spring sending In difficult shot*
to handle.
Four more Bhots were sent in the
net before time was calk'd In quick
fashion, H. Olttord and lllll Turnbub
adding to the quota, the latter (eour
lug the pass liki? clockwork.
Baseball Results.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Yesterday's   Games.
At Philadelphia:
Brooklyn   	
Philadelphia  	
Hagan and McCarty,
���hall, Chalmers, RUey
Doin, Hums.
Second game:
Brooklyn  	
Philadelphia  	
Walker and   Fisher:
l;
      H.E.
. . . .'J     10       K
.    .10    14       4
Fisher:     .Mar-
Camnlti   and
II
1
i*:
Camnitx.  Fin- I
li
neran ami Killlfer, Burns
At   Boston:
N't*v,   Vork  	
Boston     B   16
fro'-me.  H-hupp  and   Hartley;
Ier and  Itariden.
K.    H     E
1
0
Ty-
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Yesterday's  Games.
At New York: K.
ltost'm      3
New   York      2
Leonard and Cidy:     Ford,
and   Sweeney,   lteyuolds.
Second game:
Boston    	
N.-v.   York   	
Moseley and Thomas;
Reynolds
At  Washington:
Philadelphia  	
Washington   	
Boardman a'-.d  Glebel;
Henry.
II.
1
E.
11
I1
8
2
Schultz
II.
E.
11
0
���_��
4
The premier evtnt m the sports pro-
tram at the fair this afiernoon is the
.occer game between New Westminster and Port Coquitlam tiams. Handsome prizes have bien hung up by the
exhibition peo* le, but these are a
nitre fka bite In the rivalry ex.stins
between the two aggregations.
Manager Grant, of the Royals, reported every player in fine chipe for
LOday'l game and fully expects to a'.-
hli, boys romp away with the game, al
hough the Port City eleven are at
ireeent heading the Senicr Amateui
It ague cf Vancouver.
Together with the free attractions
in front of the grand stand, the ine-
ter game should be an attraction
worthy of the support of hundred-! of
fans on the lower mainland, no extra
fee being charged for admission either
in the grand stand cr the bleachers.
Tim Mahony will handle the game,
whicli starts at 'i'.'.'.'i o'clock sharp.
JUDGE  HUMPHRIES   OF
SEATTLE,  RESTRAINED  |
Olympla, Wash., Sept. 30 ���Acting
Chief Justice Parker today issued an
alternate writ restraining Superior
Judge Humphries from trying the case
of Thorwald Siegfried, an attorney.
charged with contempt in connection
with Socialistic atreet speu!:',ng. 1.3
also ordered him to show* cause here
October SO why he should not be for-
lever restrained acting as judge in any
similar  case.
CURRENCY   BILL   STILL
UNDER DISCUSSION
Washington. Sept. 30.���The senate
banking and currency committee was
ocupied today with a technical discussion of the administration currency
bill, while the White House began to
consider means of hastening the progress of the measure towards the statute books.
For seven hours the commission
heard a dlsecussion of the bill by
���Charles Cenant, financial expert, of
New York, whose testimony will be
continued tomorrow.
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER, B.C.
Branches Throughout the Province- ef IrttWi Columbia.
Savings Department at all Branches Bppnatta of One Dollar and
upwards received and interest at tha blg^mirt current rate paid or
credited halt yearly.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Cheque* aoM, payable ta all parte ot tbe
world.
CHAS. G. PENNOCK- General W���agsr.
New   Westminster   Branch: A. W. BLACK, Manager.
BARBARY COAST
HISTORY NOW
R.
.. 9
McHala and
It.    II.    K.
. .   n      4       _
.   3      S      2
Ayers   nnd |
Police  Enforce  Rule of No Liquor in
Notorious   Resorts���Lemonade
Sold and No Dances Held.
Tho Line-up.
\,i Btintnster. Vancouver.
Coal
llarl;      Cibbons |
I'oint
Howard   H, Fainter
U- t over Point
IT. Ronnie C, McCuoig
First Defence
I Marshall  C- Matheson
Second Defence
j II. Olfford  C. IToulhue
Third Defence
U. Rennie B, Math  ;on
Centr*
Feeney  E. Mcl.uren
Third Home
W. Turnbull S. Ounn
Second Home
Wintemute  w. peacock
Flrat Home
C. Spring  D. Crookall
Outside Home
l,cn Turnbull W. Davis
inside Home
C. Spring  R. Murray
Officials.
Referee���Fred J. Lynch.
Penalty  timers���H. C.   Major.   New
Westminster; R. C. Flerhlllar, Vancou
ver.
Timeri���M. J. Knight. New West
tii'nstcr: R. Speck. Vancouver.
Onl   umpires���.1. J. Mahonv,   New
Westminster: R. Knight, Vancouver.
���Tea: ?ti"imnry,
1* rat quarter���Foeney, Westminster,
Second mmrter���W. Turnbull. West-
v-inxf.-r, l.U; C. Spring, Westminster,
111.17.
Thlnl quarter--C. Spring, Westminster, p.r,5.
I'-ourlh qnartor���McLaren, V. A. C
1.2H; C. Snrlng. Weatmlnater, 1.41; O.
8-irlng. Westm|iut��"-, .0; H. G'fford,
Wostm'.UBtcr, 6.43; W. Turnbull, We��t-
.Ann lYnncisco. Sept. 30.���The far-
famed Barbary Coast ceased lo exist
at midnight tonight, through the recent ruling of the police commission
that no liquor be sold in dancing resorts, beginning October 1. Tamed
and subdued, hut not crushed, proprietors did not turn out the bright lights.
Crape Juice and soft drinks took the
place, uf -lquoi in tlie one final attempt
to prevent thc passing altogether of
the famous night life which lias e:;-
isted here since pioneer days. Al- i
though none of the resorts closed its
doors, it is believed it will be impos-
Eible for anv of them to stay open and
make the business pay on the soft
drink  basis.
No    women    were   allowed   In    the
places atld no dances were attempted.
EDISON THEATRE
Entire Chang* ef Program Daily.
Program for Today Only.
SPECIAL  FEATURES.
Selig  Presents
THE     JEWELLEO     SLIPPER.
A Detective Story in Two Parts.
Kssanay
"HARD LUCK BILL."
Comedy.
Kalem Presents
A FIGHT TO THE FINISH.
Drama.
Patheplav.
"THE  HOSTAGE."
Drama.
HPR. FARM LANDS I
ALL LAND SOLD ON 20 YEAR PAYMENT PLAN.
$1000.00 wcrth of stock on 20 year loan basis will be given ap
proved settlers. '
C. P. R. FARMS���Ready-made or uniaiprsved. may be purchased
in nearly every' district In the following    provinces:     Alber;a.    Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the interior of Britiah Columbia.
Fer detailed information, descriptive literature, etc.. call on nr
write D. K. Brown. Hope -_ .McCauley, Ltd. the Canadian i'.u-t'. ���
Railway Company's Official Land Selling Aseiits.
D. I Brown, Hope & Macau/ay
LIMITED
Real  Estate, Mortgage Loans,  Insurance, Rentals, Collections.
B. C.  Farm Lands. Alberta Farm Lands.
585-7-9 GRANVILLE STREET VANCOUVER.
Phone Sey.
HORSE SHOW IS
rORGING AHfAD
iContinued trom pane onei
and;   i!. Brunette Saw  Mills.
Hunters aud Junipers���1. F,. Hen-
jderson. Victoria: 2, Dr. Johnson, Vancouver; 3, Col. A. D. Mcilae, Vancou-
; ve..
l'ark hack���1, Col. A. D, McRae.
Vancouver; 2, It. Kelly, Vancouver; 8,
E.  Henderson, Vlctorlu.
Pair livery horses���1. Alex Mitchell
Vancouver: 2, Fashion Livery. iNe���
Westmlnstel'.
Single high stepper���1. J. B. Johnson, Vancouver; 2. Col. A. 11. McRae,
Vancouver; 3, J. B. Johnson, Vancouver.
Trotters--Dr. I-. D. Swenert-on- Vancouver: 2, J. K. Wilson, 1-adtier; 3.
D. C. M. Henderson, Vancouver.
Single carriage hone, tinder 16.2
Lands high���1, Col. A. D. McRae, Vancouver; 2. Col. A. D. McRae, Vaneou-
'ver; 3, Reeve D. C. McOregor. Bur-
1 naby.
PAT FEENEY,
Thn veteran who came back yesterday
to hln old true form und who was responsible for many of the ) goals
scored by.the Royals.
<. # # >:> * tt ft e.iMt -*. 4 tt >���:��� tt ��
Si* -I
tt       JOHNNY HOWARD TICK.       ���'.���*
Johnny    Howard,    the   star -i'.-
po'nt    man    on    the    Salmon *
iu-lies lacrosse team, might bo ii-
an absentee from the ranks on O
Siturday ln tlie second Minto ��"���
cup game.   Johnny waa taken tt
sick   last   evening   and   wns ���":
forced to take to hla bed.    It ft
Is believed that a stiff prod In is
the stomach from one of   the =i.
Vancouver   players   yesterday tt
afternoon caused the Illness. tt
it
tt tt tt *�� �� tt tt ����� tt tt tt tt * tt *
Rer-lna's Little Ccandal.
Regina, Sa*k.. Sept. .10.���Arthu*
Perrlam. a well known Reclna ��oclf *v
man, who was charged with fraudulently securlti-r ?40'i fern James Balrd.
was today rel-in-d from custory by
Magistrate McCausliiid. under a bus-
Tm'pd -ontencp after a lecture trom
the bench. Perrlam has only recently
sprvcrd i) nrlson sentence for dlshon-
"st f'anipriatton tof the hook! of the
Imperial  Oll  Co.,  In  their local' of-
Morbldlv Curious.
New York. 8eot. SO.���So many applications for admission Into the In-
nu?pt to bo held Friday to Inquire into
the death of Anna Aumuller, the victim of Hans Schmidt have been received that Coroner Felnborg has decided to hold the hearing In one of tbn
general sessions' court rooms. Coroner Felnber* began the distribution
ct tickets today.
The Public Get the profit
FOR THIS WEEK, TO INTRODUCE
Hill's Saturday Special
A CANDY FIT FOR A KING AND GOOD ENOUGH TOR EVERYBODY.
YOU GO TO A DRUG STORE FOR PURE DRUGS* WHY NOT FOR
PURE CANDY
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FOR TKtE BENEFIT OF YOURSELF AND YOUR CHILDREN WE
HAVE PLACED BEFORE THE CANDY-LOVERS OF THIg CITY THE
PUREST CANDY OBTAINABLE AT A PRICE WITHIN THE REACH
OF ALL EVERY BOX CONTAINS A CHOICE MIXTURE OF BOTH
HARD AND CREAM CENTRES, HEAVILY COATED WITH THE BEST
CHOCOLATf. AND DIPPED EXPRESSLY FOR US ONCE A WEEK.
> our Value is in the CANDY, not iit the Container
All This Week 35c a Box
After this week���35c on Fridays  and Saturdays, 50c on other days.
FREDERIC T. HILL
TELEPHQ$j$.,$3    * 628 COLUMBIA STREET
."The Store With The Green Ugfct-i-^ ^  ���*#&
, .. <-*.
'���im**,!
******/*
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
WE0NE80AY, OCTOBER 1, 1913.
Classified Advertising
ROBBERS CLEAN UP
DAWSON GOLD DUST
AGr.NCIES.
CI.ASSIKIKW    AILS    WILL
BS    RE
vi'il fur Tin* Newi at the folkiw-
i*Y* plaoes: K. T HiU'B drug at-nv,
ttM   OaliHnbta   street;    A.   Sprieo,
<jmieas>nrn-ir''   Lulu Island.
POR BALE
TWO VANCOUVER HOTI.l.t-l POR
sale at right price, i'.'A Eleventh
street.    (!. (',. il'Iiish
Hydraulic  Works In  Yukon   Held  Up!
and Cravel Taken From Gluiccs
on Clean-up  Day
���a a * ��� * *
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a * * e * v
��� rt, *)
��� ����� ��� ��� ��� ���
CtaaMfMH��� *  ' '    eHr   *""***    ���**"
tay   *c per word per week; Ue per
Bicniti. 1.000 winds. tO be UB��4 BB required  aitkln oue year
contract   |M.0V.
froui   as** at
FOR SALE ��� HOUSE PARTLY
finished, and lai'xe cleared lot, Edmund.}. Clear deed. Cheap for
cash. Apply owner, (Ieorge Warne,
Uiehteenth avenue. Edmonds. i_i.'i>
*ANl t_L>��� MlSCtLUANSOUB
JIOVHG l-ADV DESIIIBS POSITION
a* stenographer, beven years old
country experience, quick and nc-
���curate, moderate salary. Box 215_
l<aily News. (2152)
WANTKD- JAPANESE UOV WANTS
Ji..,.-*.,*ork. .liirij *axtaxxt4e mlflSii:'.,
Sappertoo. t2144)
FOR SAI.l'- OR BXCXHANQE FIVE
remind modern houae wiih furnaoa
No. 712 Birth Street, "Ibu d mble
comur, corner Sixth and Hamilton.
Apply 2t>-0 Eton -slreet. Phone High
land 1390 I,. <-'12Ki
WANTED A I'L'HNISHEI) ROOM IN
��� private bouse; state terms, etc
Don -lljl) News office. (,2169)
ACREAGE NEAH NEWTON. JUST 8
miles out. less than 3U minutes' r d������
on B, C. Electric from New Westminster; soil excellent, bottom cr
upland as desired; train frontage
$150 an aoro and remainder jest
back of frontage lets $100 and $125.
Terms quarter cash, two years for
balance. This is a sacriilce; estate
to he cleaned up at once. Sole
agents, Curtis ft Morgan, New West
minster.    Phone 466    No trades.
(21C1)
KOIt SALE���FIRST GROWTH FIR
wood; cord wood $5 per cord, stove
wood $2.5 0 per rick. Telephone
1005. (2026)
Dawson, Y. T., Sej.t. 80.���Twenty
tlioiihaud liollars worth i I gild dusi
trai su leu [roni the Luvett Hill iiy-
dratilic company's works near Dawson
late last night when two masked men
held up lhe men on the night shift
nud al the point of the gun gagged
and   bound   Hum.
lhey then removed the gravel from
| tlio riffles    Kour  sacks comprising
gravel   with   gold   were   taken.     Thl
company planned n clean-up there to
jday, but the robbers got the liig share
;of the total for the Hill's operations
It Ib believed that five met. are lm-
iplicated, although only two men did
ithe actual hold-up.
| r'nd Bowers uud Milford Halliday
; were iii charge of the work at the
itime, and the dav new wu. asleep In
I the buukhouie two hundred teet distant.
��� ,.-.. ,.,��� f-tberg ?������*, thc plunder
all rlghl still it is believed that they
will he captured soon.
. .-j**i-*t*m
VANCOUVER SHOULD
COMPLETE WITH E. C. E. R.
WANTED Al.l. KINDS OK LABOR-
sirs' supplies. Oriental Contract; ns
Company, 413 Westminster Trust
building'. <2120>
FOR SALE���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every one guaranteed. Mar
ket square. (2180)
WANTED ��� HOUSEHOLD FUIINI-
ture in Urge or small quantities for
���a-V-m. cash. Will give full value or
-will sell your household goods snd STRAYED
cffec'.B by auction. Will guarantee
to realize value-or no commission
���charged. 11. .1. Russell, Westminster
Auction House, Kings hotel block.
Coftrmbla Btreet (2164)
L08T.
OR STOLEN FROM THE
city market stables Saturday evening, bright bay mare, six years old,|it!es,"
1500 pounds, baiter on. I -i r><��� ra 1 re
ward. Apply Clyde Williams, ci'y
police station. (2143)
TO
REM.
I
TO  LET-FURNISHED
M-riivale street.
nOOMS.    47
HUH)
KOR KENT���DES.ilABLE COTTAGE
completely furnished, close in,   al!
- conveniences; terms moderate. Apply at Y. il. C. A. (2132)
COLLECTIONS
BAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY-
wbere. No collection, no charge
American-Vancouver Mercantile Ag
eucy, 336 Hastings Btreet west, Van
couver, B.C. 1216
Vancouver,      Sept.    80.���The    city
should  compete with  the  B. ('��� Elec- j
trie  company   both   In   transportation j
and lighting.    Such is the opinion of |
the Central  Ratepayers'    association, *
ami at their meeting at the city    hall
they adopted a  resolution  calling for'
an amendment to the city charter allowing of the competition.   "We musl
fielit for the control of our public uttl-
saiil  Mr.  Miller In introducing,
the resolution, "and only when    th"!
cily enters int-i competition with thc
company wtll the people of Vancouver
be n're ot anything like  fair treat- '
ment."
HOTEL FOR TALF-.
-HOR KENT FAIR WEEK. TWO Under and by virtue of a Distress
room furnished suites in Royal jwarrant and a Warrant under a Chat
apartments, coiner of Tenth and . ie\ Mortgage, to me directed and de
Agnes Btreets. Apply to Janitor or |jVerod, i have seized and will offer
White, Shiles & Co., 746 Columbia I f0r 8a]e by public auction, on Tues-
Btrcet (2123) 'day> tt,e 7th day of October. 1913. at
o'clock
FURNISHED COMPLETE. HOUSE
keeping rooms. $10 and $15 per
month at 224 Seventh street. (2163)
BOARD AND  ROOMS.
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BE AC
��ommodated at 625 Sixth street. Hot
waiter heat; heme comforts.    (2147)
FURNISH E I) FRONT BEDROOM
with board at 66 Sixth street. f211X)
111 o'clock    in the forenoon    at    the1
premises of the King's Hotel, Columbia Street, New Westminster.
All bedroom and dining room furniture, linen, crockery, glassware, office I
and bar  fixtures of the King's  Hotel
situated   on   Columbia   Street,    New I
Westminster, B.C.
The above will be sold as a going
-concern.
i    Terms   of sale,   cash.   For   further
particulars apply to
I T. J. ARMSTRONG.
421-4) T. J. ARMSTRONG,
PREMIER   NEEOED
HIS STOVEPIPE HAT
Pari*-*,. Sept. 30.-���An express train;
leaving Madrid the other day in
1 (which Count Romanones, the Spanish
-! premier, had taken a reserved saloon,
was three-quarters of an hour late In j
starting. Indignant passengers made
fruitless demands to the st-tlonmas-
ter that tlie train should leave at
once. The official replied that he was
unable to order the departure of 'he
train, for a reason that he would not
state.
Eventually  a  breathless   messei'-er
arrived from the premier's house carrying a cardboard box which, to    th�� j
obvious relief of   Count    Rom-nones,
was Installed in the reserved saloon.
The statloniuaster then explained to j
the  pssspngers that  the premier had \
forgotten his ton hat and had refused
to allow the train to start withohut It.
CAND REGISTRY ACT.
ft��. Ixits  2S  and  10,   Block   1.  Sii!>-dlvi��i',r
at un inn. Group 1, Port Haney. in ths
Dfatrlci of New VVeatinlnstrr.
Wh-mi-i. prool of iii" loss of Cortiflcati
ut Till,' Number 923S F, Issued in Um muni
��,f  Atlee  Mav   Dorman   lias  been  fll��t (r.
mi* office. , .     .    ,,
Hasten Ik hernby given that t stall, al
tn* etXTtirtUtoo nf one inonth from the asAi
.it the firsi publication hereof, in a deny
nnrapafier published In the Cltv of Iter*
WeeUnlnsti-r. Issue n duplicate of the s-.ii/i
<*.riicirti'..'. unl.-K* In the meantime v-ili,-
���trieetkm ix* made to me In wrltin��.
3. C. OWYNN.
l-n-i-vi Registrar at Titles
t-inil Ri-irislrv Office, New We-sti.iiiist-T,
R.C.   ltith  Sepn-mber.   IMS, (l'i**}
NOTICE.  	
Notice Is hereby given that an *i*>
plication will be made to tbe Board of
License Commissioners fur Ihe City of j
New- Westminster at their sitting, to
Ik- held on iiie luth day of December,
ntS. or at any meeting prior thereto
that the application can be heard, for
a transfer of tile license to sell liquor
toy retail Issued in respect of the
Oc.cid*ntal hotel premises, Columbia
s'rei-t. New Westminster, B.C., frc-m
the holder, Michael Cowan, to Justus
Swanson snd Adolf Otto Hanson.
Oated this -6th dav of August. A.O
Bit,
MICHAEL GOWAN.
<--OV-H License Holder.
NAVIGABLE WATERS PROTECTION ACT.
NOTICE IS HBR-DBt GIVEN that  tie
orporatlon  of  the Cltv  nt  x.-w   \\---e-
linster hss deposited With tl* ��� Minister
of Public We-rles and In tho office "f I'v*
Registrar ef Deeds for the tii.xtrict i,r
New Weatmlnater, British Columbia, plans
;mii descriptions ef centre line nf proposed Bapoerton Sewer outfall crossing Urii-
���niit.- River ln  uuiil  district.
ANl> NOTirR tS HK'IK'IV CIVKN
that ihe Corporation of the City nt Mew
Westminster will after one month from
Hie rii-Ht publication of this notice apnlv
to th" Governor General in Council ror
anpiuvsH nl sueh works
DATED al New w.'siniltisler, ll. C, this
lh dav of Reptember, mm.
McOTJARRIE.  MARTIN * CARPIDY,
SnVir'i'e-s  f'*"  i1"*   Corporation   of   the
iv of TTew Westminster,
(21411
ACTION  NOT WARRANTED
Smolensk! Will Not Be Brought Back
to Canada.
Calgary. Sept. 30. Police Chief
Cuddy is t'.ie authority for the statement that it. is no* al all liltely that
Charles Smolensk!, t'ie swindling Jewish school teacher, who v'rtimlzed sev-
"ral Hebrew citizens before taking a
flyir.r trip to th" l'nited States on
Saturday, will he brouitht hack to Calgary to stand trial for hir. offences.
"There v-eitld likely be some trouble
in extraditing Smolensk! even if he
were caiieM." said the chief. "Hc
"il^ht fight, extradition, and although
there is a possible chance thai he
might be beaten if he Opposed being
escorted to Calgary by the police, nt
the same lime the nature of his offences apparently does not warrant
action hv the attorney-general's (lf'-
partment."
AMERICANS CROSSED BORDER
CANADIAN NORTHERN PACIFIC
RAILWAY
FunstiAT-rr ��� ��� ��� etion n
i. ..: ii-- British Columbia
Hit, n.tiic- is h-rebv Riv
th*- l--.li -I'-vo-r I with lhi
���N.-w  Wewtmlnst' ���    "   Plan
D-ned estenslon of H*
tSt,   \* to Canal *���'*.'
���Ml''-.iv;e 4.-1 ,\. I.nlo
,,*,i1. - th*- powers sl'
���fhe raeaOl-.-i N irth"
r-Tn-o-Ttv will inV:'*.
-.-.,.._!,,,. ,-j,,. lands n
stf-wny.
iinoi
I. Sn\, s el ������.���!
Ilailwuv A-i
ri tl'-il th-r-
11. >��� mi :������
sh> winic
..-tl   Sour  fi.,ln   l-.o.ti*
���     Milea--"   *.'. <l   A.  tl
Island  Bntneh. ������'���������
. n   t"   II   h     st ��lul'
,..,   p.,.in,.   ",nw--
...I   I'   re r.-ss:-��rv   *���*-
Uillnsl for its ciStn
T   n   W l-fl-VB.
Chief Bnffhtser.
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Office S3. Residence 429
JOHN REIT). Proprietor.
���GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Atrnts     Palmer     Broa.'   Ossoline
K-acinea,  Marine  Engines  and  Auto
aBofcila Repairs.
Office and Works: Tenth St
%*jO. Bm 474.   New We��tml����tsr. BjC.
HERBE��[|,wnM-&(ii
^t��S
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
t>)ioation will be mado to the Hoard
ot Uoense Commissioners for the City
of New Westminster at their Ritting.
to bo held on the 10th day of Decern
ber. 1913, or at any meetinf? prior
thereto thut the application can be
beard, for a iTansfi r nf the license to
sell liquor 1>v retail issued in respect
of tbe Rural-Bills Hctel. In thc. City
of N'ew Westminster. B.C., from the
botdera. run. Root nnd .1. A. Malm, tn
the said .1. A. Malm.
Tlated tills With day of AtiKum, A.D
nn.
p. hoot.
I,  A.  MALM
(T97S! License II Id'rs.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Coast Service
Mexicamj     Claim    That   Cavalrymen
Fired at Them  After Crossing
Line
El Paso, Texas, Sept. :io.-  Thai ten
United States cavalrymen of troop II
seeop'''   cavalry,   crossed   into   Mexico
last  Saturday  and  benan  shooting  nt
three    Mexican    woodcutters,    is    the
version of the International shooting
Incident near San BJlizarlo, whieh has
been (flven out. by the federal officials of Jnares. To prove their assertions, Colenel .loan N. Vasquez, mili-
tarv commander of Juarez, showed a
h-il which one of the United States
soldiers la alleged to have lost when
th" three woodcutters returned tho
rifle fire nf the American soldiers and
forced Uiem to retreat   it Is alleged I"
the American side of tho International
boundary line,   in i ee report of the
affair received bv federal officials of
I Juarez, it was said three Mnxlcan federals,   assisted   the   wood-?uttprs   In
| driving the American soldiers off after the shooting In gan.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10 a. m., 2 p. m. and
11:4o.
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. Wednesday?
and Saturdays at 11 p. m.
Agent, n, w  Westmlnatei
U   P   A..   Vmncniiver
nr>. <*oim.kt
n. w. BTt-nntm
GOVERNMENT
WIFPt FFS
ALMOST nEAOY
STORAGE
Mhst with the harbor Improve-
mnnts, the further
DEVELOPMENT OF
tho fisheries and
Aitchison'i
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
surely Westminster is coming to
her own.
J.N. AITCHISON
Tailor to Ladlea and Gentlemen.
Westminster Trust Block.
Olt'iwa. Sept. 2Ti.- The (rnvprnntent
syi-if ���" nf wireless telegraphy between
I -ei-as snd Pert N'-lst n wl*l ,'" 'a or*-'
atlon ly ChrlStntns, aecord'ni to the
���iret-e"' plans. The apparatus will
have the lonRest range of any In Can-
���uia. nnd It Is dealfmed tn pnabln '���*
denartroenl to been in close touch
with the Hudson's Hay railway work.
\ sl'''r er "'0 ukii '* il -e-ie "t v. i
-on i-i| winter to go ahead with the
terminal operations.
ALBANIANS CAPTURE
JAKOVA AFTER HARO FIGHT
Vienna, Sent. L'O.��� \cenrdliiT ta re
ii"rts received he-n the Albnn'nns can
Hired lahova only after h���ivv (lKht-
Ing. I'rlsrend, a few miles to the
south, 's -erroundeil hy llie Albanian*
land 'ts fall  is expected  hourlv.    The
'Scrian   garrison   consists    of    6,000
! men.
Ne" ���    froi"   Al-"   pi   it-e   A,i--.,r,.
;Sea States thai the Mhai^ins hnve
captured Orcbldrla after a fierce en-
gagement
Antillcanr Meet.
* Sas'K'il'i n. S:e !<.. Sept. '_!l, Twrntv
I four Anglican lilshons will be Boond
lng ih st week in Saskatoon during the
JHesslotiJ cf lln- hoard nf iiiae-n.-ei'i.-*"
;of thc M. S. s. C, i n October :i and i I
I preceded by n meeting of Iho Sundav
i scliool commission on Octobt r 7 and 8.
"Welcome! Let me
introduce my friend!"
'Thank you! Let us introduce our English friends���
PLAYER'S NAVY CUT
CIGARETTES. They're
England's richest and coolest smoke." .
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Their unusual mildness, richness and coolness is combined with
such fragrance that
everybody who tries
them becomes enthusiastic. Every puff is
pleasing, satisfying and
unusually enjoyable.
All dealers sell them.
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Ttl�� PAllflC COAST
Head cf New York  Detective Agency
in Canada on Big Caae���Eroken
Friend. Now Pro.percus.
Calgary! Sept. SO. "There are plon-
ty of youiiK fellows who had not
enough money to their namea when I
hn   Calgary   to   buy   themselves   a
i-*i|ii!ire  mual,   who  are  smolsinu   tv.'n.
bit clgarn now and wearing diamonds
and sllli shirts. Whut more eau a
man m-k of �� country?"
This was nn evidence of western
prosperity whieh appealed strotvglj to
li. It McCarthy, head of lho Manhattan Detective agency, Naw Vork,
Whon h" returned to this city after a
continual residence of six years in
I'litliun. during the last three of
which he hun been -connected with the
Manhattan agenby.
Mr, McCarthy says he believes be
would have done better had he stayed
hi ,*    than ho has  In thu metropolis,
despite the fact that he has mei with
greal success as a sleuth In the big
town, lln worked fur Histrict Attorney Whitman on the Rosenthal murder case and look a prominent part
In securing the evidence which landed "Lefty l-oiile," "Oyp the Blood"
and Lieutenant iieeker. of tho New
jYnrk strong arm squad, behind the
' bars  with  death    sentences    hanging
over Uiem,   Re is in Calgary on a bin
I en."e, which nmy result In sensational
' ���' '��� 'iin'nts. bul he will have to pur-
Silfl his Inquiries further hefore any
"-re* ts  arc  made,  and   may  find   lt
'"i-ecspiiry to go to Vancouver and
Pe.'ittle to obtain evidence.
WILLIAM  WHYTE
ON   CROP  PROSPECTS
Toronto, Sent. 'il). - f'hniices t-t n
".hetit b'ocltade nt Montreal which
would back lit) to tho Kort William
elevators; chances of a greal proportion of this year's harvest being sent
across  the ocean  by    United    Stales
transportation companies through the
Huffalo pert and prospects of n del-
Mlge of prime mllllnir wheat upon the
British market whieh might rnsuli In
reduced prices for Ihn northwestern
nrnflncers, ware olted bv Sir William
Whyte tonight, Sir wnilnm was a
nrt'st of Mr. T. <' in lng ami reached
111"' city froHi a three weeks' survey
'of the priiirln provinces.
GRAPE VINE CROP
BELOW THE AVERAGE
Paris, Sept. 80,    While the vines 111
Algeria are full of promise, they are
said  to be n> more than satisfactory
In Spain, and in l-'rance Ihls    year's
yield  Is likely to be below the. uver-
I age owing to the drought which   haa
| prevailed in the south during the lasl
.three  months.    Tlie  prealdent of the
I'aris  Mine  Dialers' association  estimate:! that this year's yield from the
vines of franca will be nearly half a
million gallons lers than the yield in
11912,   The departments of the eastern
I'yri lice. Drome, Puy-d-A-Dome, Tarn.
1 '' r*'-'iri'iine and Dordngne wlll
maintain lust year's figures, but the
drop nn Mm eutpul from tho de-
���i-i rt mint*-, if HflriUlt, fiard nnd the
Loire and fr-m the Phone, Meurtho-
11. Moi ""e Vniiis A'Her Vnuelll'O,
Isere and Charente will hc marked.
f>nira!  nec'lon Tilled.
lisa. Il'ilv, Bept, SO,    King    Vlcto-
i BJmmanuel lodav signed a decree sub
J"itieii to him I-.* Premier oioiitti at
illie roval hunting Inline   nt 8nn   ltos
* " ro, dissolving the dhatnber of de-o
I ties and ciilllng a general election ffi"
tbe end of October. A cabinet i '"'���������
menl which will be Issued probalt'" '"
morrow, Indicates thai the naclfl���-",'���"
of  Libya by Italy Is almost complete
LARGE CONTRACT3.
Tender. Called for Work at Hallfa"
and Welland Canal.
Ottawa, Sept. J9,���TWO large contracts are about to be awarded by
the government. Tenders win be re-
oelved up to October Kith for the extensive terminal work at Halifax and
on the snme day for section two of
the Welland canal. The Hallfux work
Will cost about, ten million dollara.
Ker neclIon three of the Welland canal, tenders will like be invited this
week.
SHUSHANNA   DISTRICT
PROVEN TO CE RICH
.���.
Vincoit-er,  Sot.  80.���-"Al leasl  13
re miles of the Shiishimiia district
'11    IirilVCTI    lo    1...    rl/.t.    l��	
'At least  12
iniia dl
rich In   gold
��� iii���. ui uie onuauanna District
u-"c been proven to bo rich In   gold
iluos, but whether the new goldfleld
'  '"Is fnrtacr  Is  proliematlcal.    It,
'" not be known until next spring
'"���*"i) In the north I met several tnln-
e-i fro"i thn new fields, None or thorn
h '' "old mil their boilings, nnd ninny
'' them Intend going to Dawson anil
'here outfitting for the "-'tiler" The
���lealii-- was Dr. Ti. 1). Calmer, of the
i f'."(ic leal Burvev, who |g ,-,t
He I as been In
was   in
Doir'u1* . . ,.-,,,,
the lb ���. | Vancouver,
the north nl]  lummer, and  ��..,    *,,
10h "MO or the   "f-'y 0f  '* "olor'nts who
visited tho Vukuu recently. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
***** ����rc��
SECOND CANAL TO
COMPETE WITH PANAMA
Rumored That English    Capital    May
Construct Ocean to Ocean Waterway Through Colombia.
CHEAPER LIGHT AND   {SURE All BABIES      |
POWER EOR ALBERNi;       ARE GOOD ONES
London, Sept. III). The Standard, lii
n lung iditorlal hints lhat .English
capital, represented by l'< arson &
Hon, will Klve Colombia a chance to
uvenge herself against l'anama by
ronrtrui Hug an oceun to-oii'iin canal,
by way of the Atrato and Cuplca river '.
"Wleil " tays The Standard, "la to
prevent Colombia, If ll has sufficient
Mippoit from foreign capitalists, from
inaklir this canal Itself uud thereby
setting up a formidable rival to thc
enterprise which Is now rapidly approach hit, completion."
Thn assertion of lhe Monroe doctrine to prevent  the building of    the
canal, weald be, according to the edl!
lorlal, "equivalent to the assertion Of]
sovereign tights over every American
republic, which, ao far. Is not a pre-
tension American statesmen have pui
forward."
ABANDON THE PURSUIT
Sheriffs Lose Trail of Railway Hold-
up Men Who Secured Heavy
Bouty
Tusca'oosa, Ala., Sept. 80.���Deputy
sheriffs from   IllrmlUKhum ami Mont-
gi miry aid armed fanners of Tuscaloosa county    have   abandoned    the!
starch   f.r  the  three  men   who held
up   and   rubbed   the   Alabama   Ureal
Kfntlic.ni tassenger train at Blbbvllle
S ding, Alabama, und the case Is now i
in   ""���  hands of  the  railway   special |
officers.
Kivi    men   have   been   arreat'-d    at
I'.iiUiv,.  Ala.,   below  Tuscaloosa,  nun'';
i f wh'ft Is ever 30 yeurs old, and five i
rther-i hi*, i   been taken to the iii sea ]
loosa County jnll by special agents. All
t r these men deny connection with the .
holdup.
Various '���'���imates place the amount!
rf bi -tv si < ured as high as {100,000, '
Conae-rvatlvo estimates, howicr. put;
the amount ai {60,000, including n '���
heavy shipment of currency from the'
east to New Orleans.    This cannot be
verified, however, at this point.
FREIGHT 16 WRECKED
NEAR MAPLE CREEK
Aoreement  Pending   With  Riichle-Aj-i If Vou   Want to  Prove  the Truth
nev; Company Would Clve Bet- This Drop In At the Judging
ter  Rate Than Coast Cities
P
Alb'rnl
Room Today
It   SO. -The   first i    All babies are good, and though th.
WE HAVE
OVED
ijudgis say that some are butler thai
j Others, the heft Of public opinion dol -
! not always appear to be with them.
.Irrelevantly speaking, this Is abOLi
ithe state of uf fairs us those attain
will exist at the baby shew Judglnj
today.
To begin  wltli, the  Important  opt-r
"  tli
ItagtS cl llie proposition of the Ititchie-
.���'.in-\.- I i,..ei ccm^any to generate
current al dump lulls nud supply
power uud light In bulk to the city,
nave bui n coaipleted.
Mr. Agnew, who was present at tin
council meeting armed with all ths
Figures obtainable, ch arly put the
case before   the   aldermen,   Briefly Ution of siting up the points of
quoting all the rate.) of cities in tlle [scores of budding statesmen arid
Puget Sound disirict. Mr. Agnew suid
tlmt this elty would get current at
rates it hich Compared favorably wllb
S'*attle and Tocoina, two c.tles supplying current at lower rates than uny
Other city lu the  west, atld at better
��� -iti-rt   than   are   Obtainable   In   either Iconsidered  the strongest structure In
Vancouver, New  Westminster or Vic-jibe  fenced confines of Queens  parte.]
lorla. |    There is an official program for t'.ie |
Mr Agnew mad" it quite clear tint buby show, which goes to deinoiiBtra I
he desired a decided answer one way j how little the officials know about j
er the other, owing to the fact that 'babies. Whoever heard of a baby ad
the company have to file their nlans ihering to the program? Whoever
with the goverumen' bv November 1, heard of the mother of a baby having
and the lime was dragging on with-] to wait till the judges got through I
out anything being decided. 'their n-onseiiBe  before  she  cculd  till
Alderman Hird did not seen to like | which was by far and away the beBt'
men, geniuses, artists, inuyors, lawyers, doctors, farmers, etc., who a:
now disguised In the long flowing
robes of Intancy Is to be pulled off la
the rest room of the Women's build
ling.     Ves,   the   Woman's   building   ll
committing himself in n gard to a tea
prints iu question. The com pan yi
representative endeavored to clear uir
pcints not clearly understood, (it
Minted out that the city would b'
buying current a' a rate whicli would
had the company been supjilvlng II
last month, have netted the oompanv
just $41;. II was pointed out lo A!
dorman   Bird  tha*   the  rea*nonstb,l!t'
���������t "id not i *��� -t on his ri (dart as the
npople rould have to decide the quae
tlon,
't .-.a then moved In ponn
a bvla" le praesred to submit
voles without dolav.
I tl..,,
to tbe
SCOTTISH OH WELL
AGAIN DISCOVERER
Calgary, Se,,'. 10���Eastbound freight
No. (U, struck a broken rail when traveling One mile west of Kincorth. a
Mai,i ti not far from Maple Creek.
causing the derailment of fifteen cars.
Fortunately tbe train was only travel
ling nt the rate of twenty miles nn
hi nr nt th" time of the wreck, ond
tin one was Injured Hue the speed
was sufficient to badly damage the derailed curs and render some of them
um'Ii 1 only for kindling The nature
��f the damage reported shows evi
Jj|cnce ot a sharp curve a! the scene
Of the wrack. Conductor Richards
���mat In charge of the irs.n wiih Engineer flooth In th* cab.
A wrecking tram und crew were lm
mediately despatched from Medicine
Hal, while II. C. Coleman, general su
perintendent, left for the scene of the
trouble.
Thousand-Year-Old Industry   Brought
to Life by Winston Churchill-
Holy Well Only Petroleum.
xhlbit of babyhood that has chewed
a  thumb  since tbe flood?
But going back to the program, for
the sake of truth it must be asserted
again that there is such a thing a3 a
program In connection with the baby
show, which, In its turn is In connection with thc annual exhibition. Thc
program says that the judges shall
start work at u certain lime and shall
do certain thlnus within certain tlmi
limits. Well, ir they du. there'.1 b.
something  wrong with the babies.
1)1 course, it Is only natural to suppose that when tbe Judges have fin
Ished looking over and examined the
babies they will announce that ont
has taken first iirim- and another sec
ond and another third, aud so on. If
the judges think that that settles tht
matter, they'll be much mistaken,
ibere isn't a mother in the bunch
that won't bc able to give those Jud
ges one hundred and seventy seven
different and distinct reasons why
her child isn't the pick of tho lot.
And when you come to think of it.
the mother Is right; of course she is.
whicli brings ua back to where we
started, naiiuly to the cpetiing para
��raph that rends In part something
like this, "All babies are mod."
We have moved the balance of our stock
to the Cliff Building Cor. Clarkson and Sixth
Sts., and for the next two weeks we will
close out this stock at amazing, unbelievable prices. Ladies, you owe it to yourselves to be here as the goods
WON'T LAST LONG AT THESE PRICES
H. T. LACELLE
Tha World's Greateat Price Cutter.
70c Leather Soles, wool lined. They
keep tbe feet warm; to go at.   ..
50c  Children's  Leggings,  to  keep
the legs warm.   To go at	
15c Handkerchiefs, of good
linenette.   To got at	
To go
"5c Wool Toques and Caps.
at   	
60c ladles'
Hosiery.
black and tan cashmere
To go at  	
Children's short Hosiery, all sizes
and colors; values to 35c. To go
at   	
U"5 Perrin's Gloves, all colors and
elitCB.    To go at 	
Children's Wool Mittens. Regular
price to 50c.   To go at	
Ladies black and white Hosiery.
Itegular price 50c.    To go at....
A large selection of Corset Covers;
values to $4.50.   To go at	
DOGS MAY   RIOE  IN
CITY  STREET CAR3
Calgary.  Sept.  B0.    It has he-en decided thai the question as to whether
di,*_s  shall   ride on  street  cars to be !
nett_l.il   hi   the   carrying   oul   ef   ths
present    regulations   unless   It)''   Pity
councils changes   those   rjgtfiatlons, I
Tliis will allow of thjt.SM'.ylng of pet
dogs in'- tW**Wg  to  ba  carried  In '
arms.   'I he subject came up again yea
terday when the letter of Superintendent McCaulay of tho atreet railway
department  to Commissioner Qravoa
v.as read at the commissioners' meet
lng. ,. i
After rome discussion it was deem-
ed   that   the   regulation   us   It   siund*
will   bc   enl reed   unless   the   council
s.es fit to change It.    This, as said. ;
will permit carrying of lap dogs, and
It Is to be understood that no dog that .
no dog thai cannot he carried In arms I
will  be allowed to be taken ott  the
cara
London. Sept. 80.- The liritish puhllc, through the medium of Mr. Wins-1
ton Churchill, have rediscovered tha ;
ScotliBh oil field. 1'ntll the right lion-
Orable gentleman's recent speech lew-
were aware such a valuable national
asset existed Oll the north side ot the
border. Yet the production of a first-
class quality of oil from the paraffin
shale has been In operation for upwards of a century and it has proved
a profitable Scottish Industry. And
Stnple raw material exists for great
dl velopment of the oil trade In the
future
Three times has the discovery ofthe
oil-bearing  strata:,  boon  made.      The
and now  Mr  ,'hi.A, ,,���kcs Ktj^"" ^SS ��?&&
MONOPLANES    WERE     WINNERS]
Aeroplanes in Novel  Race Started  in j
Line���Annual   Race   London to
P.-ric.
Rheltns, Sept. 80.���The most inter-
eating and Instructive event of the
second day of the Hbelms aviation |
meet was a cross country race for
monoplanes and biplanes. Thc race
iis five times around a 30 kilomel.
C urse. The result was a -Complete
i-'umrli for the monoplgoff, nearly all
of which made Ue'rfr time than the
leading blplane-
A   novel Jpature  of  the   race    was
that jAsffriachlues were lined up in a
1 rtartcd bv flag In th" same
Ladies' Hcuse and Street Dresses;
values to J10.00.   To go at	
25c
20c
���h""3y3c
35c
25c
10c
85c
10c
15c
95c
$1.25
Lauies" Waists and Blouses; values
to $3.00.   To go at	
Berlin,  Kiderdown    and    Shetland
Wools;  regular 15c.   To go at..
A large selection of Corset Covers;
values to $2.00.   To go at	
Ladies'  all  wool   Underwear;
ues to $2.50.   To go at	
val-
CUlldren's all wool Kimonas;
ular price $3.00.   To go at..
teg-
Baby's muslin Dresses; sizes *k to
2 years; values to $2.00. To go at
Children's Straw  Hats.
$2.50.   To go at	
values    to
Silk Ribbons, all colors and sizes;
values to 60c.   To go at	
"5c Ladies' Silk and Lisle Hosiery-
To go at 	
Children's School Dresses;   values
to $3.00.   To go at	
95c
5c
39c
65c
95c
69c
25c
15c
40c
95c
I ji dies'  Muslin  Underskirts;
nes to $6.00 To go at	
val-
Iiire Silk Cushion aad Cords; reg
ular price $1.00.   To go at	
1-adlea' and misses* White Dresses
values to $15.   To go at	
Ladles' Neckwear, Jabots and Ruffles; values to $1.54.   To go at..
Children's Nighties, ot good muslin; regular price, $1.00. To go ut
Boys' and girls' Buster Suits; all
colors and sixes; regular $1.50.
To go at 	
Cushion Tops for Christmas presents; values to $1.50. To go at..
Children's Wool
$3.00.   To go at
values to
Moulin   Combinations
snake;   regular. $3.60.
I-adles'
good
goat	
Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns
ular $2.50.   To so at	
of
To
reg-
1.25
45c
2.58
10c
49c
65c
24c
95c
90c
79c
MRS.   A.   J.
Sixth and Clarkson Sts.
BIRTCH       I
Cliff Building I
POSITIVELY
QUITTING
BUSINESS
WAS FIRST
SEAT Or LEARNING
known to the u/ilnitiatcd Hrll
lie.    Hfljs (htTooty    fluid    wvs    first
b*t**tght to iiKht is contained in nn ���
lioteresttng    legend,     There    cists, j
sum" three miles duo south of Edinburgh, upon the estate of St. Catherine's a "holy well," which  is nothing
more  than  a   fount  of  natural  petro<
leui't on ii email scale, and thlB "holy ;
well"  has  heen   known   frr  the    last j
nle�� centuries.
Hnw this well originally came into
existence,  Is  narrated   In   tlie    Latin '
writing! of Hector Hoece    Aocordlng
tt this  ancient  priestly historian, St-1
Catherine   was   responsible   for   lha
fer'iiatli'ti nf the oil well, nnd a prettv.
little tale he tells, although It Is eotn-
nletely discounted  by  modern  know- ,
ledge of geology,
nt's delay as the starter's flag
droppid. while the seventh was only
ft r-nnt s��e"nd behind them.
Three of tlie biplanes abandoned the
race and most of the oth-rs were
cp���nelled lo land once or twice
The winner was M. Rest, whose
monoplane negotiated the l��n ktlo-
tnr'ors In 1:07:18 The best tlm" for
���> Milane was 1*?5:51. msde hy Bene
f>ndraii. The altitude contest brought
'rrjh s'tne sensational flvlne. M. Oll-
v���rt ... -/-ended shout 10.080 feot, lets
th--> S00 fpnt below th" record
First  School  Was  Opened  Over 5000
Years Ajjo In Nippur, Says Professor���Influenced Greece.
'present, advised tbe officer that   the
j shooting was premttted although there
was no written permit.   In the mean-
���time Officer Hill had telephoned Cap-
: tain Martin J. Burns of the shooting
and he also was advised that it was
allowed and that    the   commissioner
! had  probably  forgotten  to  Issue the
permit.   Dutch Jake missed a ride ln
the patrol wagon and only got to flre
14 of the Intended 21 shots,' as    the
train was out of sight before the con- j
troversy was over.
QUEBEC  FAMILY BURNT
Philadelphia, lu., ScpL 30- The
discovery Of the existence of the first
temple of learning in the world,
Where the fir-st���exponents of the LI-,
turcica) system congregated, has just
been made by Professor Stephen Her-
Eiflht Children Diad   Mother and One
Boy Dyinr���Only Two Cived
Quebec.   Sepi.   80.-���EMM     children.
all   brothers  and  sisterf.   were   b.irn-
cd  to  death   in   a  midnight   fire  and
bert Lanedon. Professor of Asyriology I two others, the mother and elder boy
I in  Oxford,   who  Is  now  investigating  of the unfortunate family, are now at
��� the  Nippur collection of the  Univer-. the point of death, at the Hotel DleU
filty    of" Pennsylvania.    The    tablets   sintering   terrible   agony   from   burns
Inh of   ��'ere collected In three expeditions to  and wounds  received  in their escape
....... . .j.|.e    fa,ni*|y
lon'n. destroyed is lhat cf Ulric Trudel. whe
"I  have  ascertained  from  the    ex- wa8 tilc onij une to escape with slight
nlnatton  of the tablets that prietts injuries.
had a school In the temple st Nipmir .-r^g jea(j: Yvonne Trudel, 13 years;
Representatives of the Aero .....  . . .
Kt,,|--,(t  .,-,,)   Fmn-e  i.1Pt  here  todayI����Pbnr in the southern part of Baby-  from the burning house.
and  decided  to hold   -n  annual  rnee j
',.-    -,,  Ixmdon and  Paris beginning
In 1914.
CAUSED BY CHRISTIANITY
this
by
Chin*"*--!  Revolution  Wss Caused
Missionaries, Sayr. Dr. Bryan.
Seattle,    Sept.    80.���The      Chinese
INDUSTRIAL BUILDING
FOR CALGARY'S CENTRE J
Calgarv,   Sept.   80.���"Nona    other!
than n central location has ever been
suggested bv anyone as a site for the
proposed industrial building" said O.
Q Devenllh, president of the Indus-1
trial bureau. "The building must be
k rated near tho centre of the city,"
he added, "as it Is absolutely neces-
sary for the manufacturers who will
occupy Ihe building to be close to
llirtr labor s ipr.!>'. I�� will be possible.
I believe, tu secure a suitable site
v.'lhln hair a dozen blocks of the city
hail. To rlsce the Industrial bureau
at a greaier dlstanco from the city's
centre would bo a serious mistake,
and ' do net think anyone Interest"'!
In the success of tbe building would
wish It placed anywhere else."
CHAME8r?^��o7HUS.AND
Saskatoon. Sept. 30.���8crgeant Du-
\ixt0 was the principal witness ex-
pmlned for the prosecution In the
King versus Dora White, charged
with the murder of her husband at
Oovnn on June 2. That Oeorge
White wns killed with an axe or
hatchet or that both were used and
that the deed was committed while
he was Ivlng on a couch In the front
room rf hip house In Kova'i was the
gist of hli evidence. The wltnrrs ws
on th�� st-"d almopt all afternoon. It
was he who. according to his evidence, hnnrd the damagliiR statements nti-ib"ted to the prisoner when
on June 7 she Is alleged to ha'e c���I
berself unon the casket containing
the corpse of her dead husband whl'"
In the undertaking rooms at Cn-m
B���d eried ont to be forgiven mil tba'
whiskey was responsible for the end
"Mv flod. I'll never forget tho w-v
he died. He had been so menn to me
and did m minv mesn thing" to me.
1 would give my life to bring him back
to life."
These words Sergeant Dubuc stated
In his evidence were usod by Mrs.
White tn his presence.
FLOODS IN SOUTH
Louisiana City In Darkness and Traffic Stopped by Reins.
Lake Charles. La. Sept. 30. Floods Irevolution, which resulted In tbe
In southwest Louisiana have reached j overthrow of the Manchu dynasty and
serious proportions. As a result l-ake I the'establishment of a republic, after
Charles Is in darkness and without
street car service. Manv bouses in
the lower sections of the city are
flooded and It still Is raining. Th"
S"iithern Pacific railroad has annulled
all tn'ns bound for New Orleans nnd
three branch railroad lines running
int" this city suspended operations.
Co:n"rviitlve calculations are that unless th" rain ceases within a ibv, pot
nice than half a rice crop will be
gathered.
Luolnne Trudel, l'_ years;  AKcl Tur-
KILLED BOY WHO CAM �����!.
MOTHER FOUL NAME
I'hlladel-h'n. Se-it. 89.���Jos. O'llrlen
who was arrested Saturdav nlt?M **
suspicion of having attaokrd nnd kill
ed sevon year old ls-iel Goldman a"d
���ben thrown his., nude hedv among
���oino h"nl>p�� rn the golf I'nks of the
Wh'ta Mnr��h Valley Country club, to-
���'iy confessi d that he bad committed
'lis c-hno, according to th" police.
VOCOl'd'ng to the fliitli"',lt|ns Ihe
prisoner ��.ild he b"d klll"d the child
Iron us" b" had called his (O'Brien's)
iiotlier a foil] name.
SETTLE RAILWAY STRIKE
nturles of absolutism, was due to the
influence of the Christian mlsslonar-
l"s. declares Dr. H. T. Bryan, veteran
Sharchnl missionary nnd seminary
president, who departed for the Orient
nft"r spending a long vacation at his
old home in North Carolina. "Approx-
i-nately three-fourths of the leaders Of
the revolution had boen taught anil |
trained In mlrslon schools" Dr. Ilryan
explained, "My twenty-eight yean In
China ns a missionary lind teacher
mak*" It possible for ine to sneak au-
thorltatlvelv on this point snd oth"rs
The republic has come to stay. That
the republic should have trouble nt
first was to he expected. It would
have I'oen a miracle Indeed if Chim.
which hnd slumbered for ages, sh-ii'd
have had no trouble during the flrpl
years of her republican government.
Our own original thirteen colonies had
a stormy time for a few years, as we
nil know."
early as 320O B. C. and that
| ��Mirn| crated ubout 1000 years." said i del   ,, year8;  jUUie Trudel, 7 years;
D-' _| anedon. ; Charles Trudel. 3 years; Therese Tru-
.0 these priests Is due the llturgl- d,  , yearB.  Jean   Paul   Trudel, 2
svstem  which  spread throughout i yearB; Alphonse Trudel, 7 months.
The fatal fire broke out at midnight
iin a wooden house, situated at 482
St. Francois streeL In the centre ot
the most densely populsted districts
learning and toM&ft r��-W��S��rm��  of the clt>'    V xSrEZxTt&il
ve-itv"of  Pennsylvania's    collection. I y������* i"��� on hla ��* home'. and be
'���-I   svstem   which
Rabvtonla and Asyrla and lnfluen"ed i
rveeoo  and   Rome.    They  wore    the
exponents of a great unlversltv,    the!
most important centre of learning.   1 I
bfl'eve  It  was  the  first    school    of
wblch discloses the presence of this
university ls of the iTeateet value to
vnti-inrt.
"The disenverv will esfhllsh more
"'.ir- In lh" r--'��ds ot "cholars He
faot that the or'gtn of religious orders
"xlsfed li ancient nrHoulty and that
H v��-y l-inrrtint rellglci"" order ex-
Isted at tbe temple nenr Nrhpur."
GERMANS INVESTIGATE     .
CIGARETTE INOUSTRY
Berlin. Sept. sn.���Preliminary stans
for tlie tnvcstlgat'on of tbe operations
of th ��� "tohncoo trust" in eo',","et'.-'''-'
wlth the Oerman cigarette Industrv,
have been takci bv th" ���r-'vcriirne-'t.
Tho secretary of state fer the Inter'o'1
WELCOMED FIRST TRAIN
Milwaukee S^urt* Service From Spokane  East���Exciting  Prcpean>.
Snokan". Sept. 30.���Promntlv on
tire" the fl"t regularlv scheduled pSS1
senger t-aln of the Chlcneo. M'lwau-
i..,- p. v p-,,,1 cnllwty comnanv left
the Milwaukee freieht station at Per-
n"d otroft n"d Trent avenue, thus
officially owning the line for service
bet-ecn tblf ntv and the esst.
The first Inbound train arrived B0
minutes later, nt 805 a. m��� and on
ihis ti-nin i'-er" W. P. Warner, assistant general freight arid passenger
agent, with headquarters In Spokane,
and A. W. Spenle of Tacoma. superintendent of dlnln" "'id sleeping car
service:  Thomns MeVarland.    travel-
fore the firemen arrived on the scene
the flames had devoured eight victims
and the rescue of two members of the
trudel family had been eflectcd by
paaaersby.
REDUCTION IN GERMAN
BANK RATE POC-IBLE
Berlin. Sept. 30.���The possibility of
the reduction cf the Oerman bank
rate was held out today by Otto Von
lilasenapp, -vice-president ot the Ger-
mon Imperial Bank, at the monthly
meeting of the Institution. He said
the reduction would depend on the ex.
tent of the demands on the Imperial
Bank at the coming settlement. These
however, he declared, were already
large.
The Answer is here, in
This Store for Men.
Hundreds of men are asking themselves
or their wives or their friends
"Which of the new styles will look
best on me P
"What shall I -get for a Suit and
Overcoat ?'*.
And the answer is right here, in this
eminently Satisfactory Store for Men.
A little time spent here in looking, will
bring to every man all he seeks to know
of what is correct in die new styles in
both Suits and Overcoats.
We are here to please yoa���to show you
the new models���and to explain the
merits of Fit-Reform tailoring. Gome
in and see the new styles���from $15.
J
to $35.
riT-m
842
Acme Clothing
Company*
C. M. Creen, Manaser.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C,
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)'
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
rftTIMATCS atstf OC9N6IW VURNISHCD
replylnit todav to the petition sent j in(- engineer: h. .1. Mnrphv. trnlnmas-
blm bv tho llansa leapie. an si-^onla- . ter, and T. J. Cutler, traveling freight
t'on of b'-sincs". men, on S?nt. it. ask- agent.
Nsw Industrial Commission Wlll Try
to End Old Lsber Trouble.'
Thlcniin. Sept. 30.���The -strike of
"S.000 allied shopmen, of the Illinois
Central and Harrlman railroads, which
Is two vears old, may bc tho first labor
���rouble considered by tho federal Industrial commission, whoso members
vern recently appointed by President
Woodrow WilFon. A committee of
tlio flrotherhood rf Railroad Carmen
-n)r��\n,i r, delegation tn go to Washington tu arrange for the presentation
er evidence.   Several hundred of the
strikers, who demand recognition   ot ..._   	
C'elr union, yesterdav observed the Intend to carry ont a carefully laid!across the river. When Self ordered
second nnnl-orsary of their strike at plan to create slight disturbances at Dutch Jake to cease shooting the ho-
two meetings. It was asserted that! vnrlnus points so as to at trust the at- ,tel proprietor Immediately tired an-
less than 5 per cent, of tho men who tentlon of the Portuguese while the other shot and was taken from the
walked out two years sgo have re- main body of a Royalist army march- |waeon by the offlcere.
turned to work. [es on Lisbon from the north. "       "   ' ""
Ipt bin to order nn Innulrv Into the
��i'biect. snvs tbo C.enran i?overnment
has lors had Itt eye on tho "trust."
ROYAt.18-*  ACTIVE ON
PORTUGUESE FRONTIER
| V-idrld. Pent, an.���Bands o* Po-*it.
i guest Royalists have gathered along
While the above was the official
rnrM(tnr. the "pal cro'ip-rent ***** at
8:30 p. m.. when Jacob Ooetz (Dutch
Jake), seated In an express wagon at
the station- started to fire 21 phots
from n small cannon es the first evening train departed. This brouahttwo
officers. Leroy Self and J. D. Hill.
r.,.M��<r tn the scene.. Officer Self was
the Portuguese frontier, according to on Riverside avenue and waa first to
dispatches from Badajos, where thev.arrive, while Officer Hill came from
Va-DntCo
Laxatives
accomplish their purpose'
with maximum efficiency
and minimum discomfort.
Increasing  doses ast not
needed.
35c. a box at yonr
Druggist's. 174
fcC-a.S-Cssse.il
HEE CHUNG
M-BRCHANT TA!l_OR
New Imported Fall Suitings now oa
display,   flee them.   Perfect Bt and
workmaaehlp gaarante��4.
C^misstoner'i)"c."coates, who was ����������� ��>���  W�� ��*>* Stmt,
ADVANCE BOOKINGS NOW
BEING MADE to the OLD COUN-
TRY POR THE PALL and WINTER SAILINGS.
Let us make your reservations early and secure
best accommodation at the mini-num rate.
We are agents for all ocean lines and can give yoo
your choice of rail lines to the seaboard.
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H. O. SMITH. O.P.IT.1
117 Qsanvtlte ~
a. p.m.
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
fsi
ft
Annandale
Supply Co.
TEA   AND  COFFEE
SPECIALISTS.
P. 0. Box 2 Phonee 1 ��������* ���'
641 Columbia SL
Wo   yvill   not   close
again during the week.
WEDNESDAY
SPECIALS
Anti.mdule Tea, a aew ithipswnit
received;   per Ib 3S6
Three   lbs	
Thli is iihsolutely tha
v,ilm' In tea that caa ���** ****��� **
recommend it to our eas-osseni
as *t good family tea at a very
reasonable price. Take soon of
It   hmiHi   with   yoa during:  fair
SPECIALS.
l'iiieapplea. 3 tins *2Stt
Tomatoes, per tin  10-C
reaches, 2 tins   *ZS*t
Yacht Salmon, regular lie.
at    IOC
SEND    US    YOUR    OCTOBER
ORDERS.
ANNANDM!
Supply Co.
ST0RE8   FOR   VALUE.
Iiu "I
WEDNE8DAV, **6f6��tA 4, 14ft.
Greater Westminster.MISSIONARIES
AM CAPTIVES
'All noticei of meetings, entertain-
ments, sales ot work, ste. In this
column are charged for at ths rate
Of 10 cents per line. Please do not
ssfc members of the staff to break this
rale, ss their instructions are positive.
Fire .destroyed one of the tents on
the Sorkeye Hun at the fair lasi night.
With .exception of the canvas little
damage wus done.
BVir -al! building supplies and fuel
oil apply to the 11. C. Transport Co.,
Ltd., &05 Wostmlnstbr Trust building.
Office phone 826, wharf phone 8S0.
(2168)
Hcme.nf ihe Vlctor-Vlctrola, Columbia I*Ki-iii House. 446 Columbia street.
(2155)
Kor plumbing, heating aad sheet
metal work consult Merrlthew tSi Hum-
say, Klghth and Carnarvon Btreets,
Thoise She. (2148)
Today's Program.
B a.m.  -Grounds open to the puhllc.
10 a.m.    Judging In all departments.
lu a.m.    Ihuid concert on- Columbia
9 tree*.
11 ,-��4n-Specisl uttracti(ia��* on Sockeye  ruu.
11.80 a.m.���Horse Juilgin.it.
1 p.m.���lira ml sNick uarud*..   Better
babies judging sturts,
2 p.m 	
stand.
8   p.m.���Grand   open   *lr   baud eon-
Ifitilkow,    China,     Sept.    SO.���Jive I
AmtMoatl an>t lour    Norwcgiun    uils- j
sioniuries are lu Ihe hands Of Clilnesi
liaiid'fs who nu Krlday captured    tlu
town n4 Tsao Viiang, lu the riorllu .��� i
-'vaiide��lli��"ii. front at grand l'url "' ,h" PM*l��M o! llupcl. Th, I
Amerii'i-o prlsi,titers are reported to In j
Mr. nml Mis. Ile.toi und child and Mr j
and Mrs; 1'ausko.
The     Itev.    C.     t-itolutad.    of    lhi
I lunge's    Norwegian      mission.     tele
graphed  fftwn  Kunabeng that nn Sat
urday Mr: Bttuekei who is attached u I
tiie l.i'viiin Hii'threa mission, was still
but |
was separated from hls wife, who with
'the oilier foreigners was held prisoner
In anothef part Ot the cfty. j
I The notorious bandit "White Writ."
jwhom the govwr-timent has heen fight
|ing for several months. Is llin leader
3.80 p.m. - Football niatth.
���Svrtilnrj Pesformawces
J.30  p.m.���(Hand electrinuil  ifU-ptay.
n p.m.--���Home show in Arana uiuild-
"Tp.ro.- Hand eonctrta In Indunilrlal ;heU1  '��L*"K  *�������*���* fcr ranaqm,
I nud  Agricultural hulMlngs.
s p.m. -Continuous partontmtno�� on
Sockoye run.
I>os'l   rorgei   the dance In  Bt.  1'iti
rick's hnll on    Thursday.   October 2.
Dnmiii.: ti till 1. 121561
Money lo loan on first mortgages,
Improved cltv and farm property,
�� per rait. Alfred \V. Mcl.eod.    12159)
O-ie-flig'.itly used Mason & Itiscli
nlano at n bargain, easy terns. Columbia iPlano    House,  445    Columbia
streot. 12155)
Spiritualism, what It teacft-e*. An
address will be given this evening at
8 tS'dtoek by Mrs, Clarke, room 5, 630
Ccluin.Mii  street. (21531
Horse: Show Today.
8:0n~lle8t four horst* team - _  . ,mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmm
8:lSr-Genersll city   cfellVWW, pair, ��rrt,'rH   l,l,v"   *'*'*���������   l9B"1''1    or   _*���
not less, than IS hands. Chinese troops surrounding  Hie    dls
8:31)   -Parade   at liorsiw  owund   Iky  triH   '"   n'lvanno   toward   Asno   \ ang
provincial   government   trom   'tolmuy 'and extermlnath the bandits
THE MAN WHO INVESTS IN FIRST
MORTGAGES HAS
NO FEAR OF
TIGHT   MONEY
Not is he worried
with the fluctuations *��i
the stock market -_s*r
real estate depra^im-a.
with his work without
worry.
We have placed millions on mortgages for
investors and they hare
never lost one cent of
principal or interest and
Insure with Alfred W. MeLecd, the
Insurance man. All kinds written.
Hundreds of millions to pay lasses.
(12159)
SaleB fellow sales, but Russell Is
still selling new and second-hand
furniture cheaper than any other
store. Get his prices before buying
eisevifiuce. Westminster Auction
House, K'ng's hotel block, Columbia
street. t(214-l
fvuti-tre���Be a peer of coed tawe and
get your bartering done at th" I lul
Barbtn- shop. Dominion Trust Block.
where rleanllneps and good wni-gman-
ship'is a specialty. A nev artist ha1-
hfien irflded to the staff. (Jive us a
trWl. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. H
Coon, proprietor. (2130)
Miss Clatlys Coulthard left UW Frl-
���day fur New Westminster amf niaine.
Wash., where she will visit rviirtives
*ot a Bhort period, then she will take
a course ln a business college lb Victoria and qualify In the various
|)"branches taught. MIbs Coulthard has
}n laTge circle of friends who win be
pleased to henr of her progUBBe in
ttnilies.���SImilkamean Star.
Juvenile Orchestra a Hit.
A  pleasing   feature  of  yesterday's
��� lunchecn to Ihe visitors who ttiolt fart
to tbe Kingsway   opening   ceremony
ViTB    the    music    provided    llv    the
j.J-araeron   family.    This juvenile    or-
  Vjhestra,   conslfttng   of   Miss   Bfebel
Hp trnp-5   ritrht   aimastr  iiiCa-.ni-roii.  who plays the  flaro:   Miss
ne goes ngni stumg mfxjiTm,��� Cameron, whose   mite   soio
;! wr.H de-served the encore It received
1 troll .Ismes, with the violin, was the
���{hit nt tbe short session in the re-
���j Tixi-Sirjent  lent.
OMTUARY.
Cenenil   1,1   Yuen   1Jpiik,   vioe-pi'rsl
dent of the republic; told J. Paul Jittno
son. acting American oonsul at Hun*
kow. yesterday  that  lie believeil    the
foreigners would  not h" harmed and I
would not be taken away.
farm   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
8.45���Roadster, single.
OlOO���tleneral  ctty delivery,  rttiKlw,
under  1300 pounds)
li:l."i     i.uidles' huitters.
9:30���Hunters ami'jumrnra,   Unary
weight.
9:45 -Carriage   hoTse,    single,    1B.2
hands or over.
10:00--Pair of roadsters. ^^*--------*____________________________________________________i
no:IB���Saddle   homes,   uatttr    ffi,2j    Judging    will' commence   today In
hands. ]the better babies contest, which  will
10:30���Pair high atijppers, IS hands ibe held In the rest room of tfte worn-
and over. 'en's building In the exhibition gfounds.
I
JUDGING   OF   BABIES
COMMENCES TODAY
der.
BIG DECREASE
IN BIRTH- BI
tries It was found neci-Bsary to commence judging on Wednesday instead
of on Friday, as previously arranged,
Kntries will be taken In alphabetical
order, letters from A to K being judged
today and from 1. lo '/, on Tlntrsilny
Pour doctors and four trained
nurses will be In attendance at all
timet:.
Figures tor the Month   Aft-e  ��1
pared with 115 for Peitemt*��v
Ljst Year,
McAllisters Limited
Make This Store Yonr Headquarters During Exhibition Week
SPECIAL PAKE INDUCEMENTS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT TO INTEREST YOU
A  CIG  SALE <3F LADIES' NEW
FALL COATS AT $15.00.
Special for exhibition week, we are giving extra
speolal v ii I ii ��� h in Ladles' new fall conls. W* bave
gathered from our hlg nock B Inrge selection of
OOBtS to choose from, embracing nil the new do:lis,
In tweeds, coatings, curl cloths, etc. There are" sizes to fit all, and many extra values wlll ho found
in Ihls assortment. The styles Include smart effects for walking nnd good loose wrap coats ftnr
driving, etc.; all suitably trimmed Kor this exhibition  week  sale you can  select any coat  In  this
mnga for   S15.0O
NEW   SHIPMENT   OF   LADIES'   RAINCOATS   OF
THE BETTER KIND, AT $12.50 to $20.00.
Just opened up. a new season's range of mannish
Rain coats for women. These are all made from Ihn
hest guaranteed materials; cut and finished In the
loose slip-on shapes. Kor general usefulness, as a
fall garment, nothing ean e<|ual these coats; sizes
tc 111   evervone.     Special   values   Iroin Sl_LSO ''>
S2C.0C
A BIG  RANGE OF NEW FALL COATS
FOR   CHILDREN.
The new coats for children and misses are all here,
hi a bright array of pretty shades aud styles. Just
the coats you are thinking of for this fall. Tbey
come In shapes to suit every age; all made in rt��"
newest materials.    Specially priced  from   	
 ST.78 >" -M.SO
IN OUR 8TOVE DEPARTMENT.
Vou will find a complete assortment of Oak Heaters
and Hot Maris, rafted In price to meet every demand. Summer beal In winter weather when you'
havn one of our heaters Installed In your home.
AIRTIGHT     HOT
SMART TAILORED SKIRTS.
Smart Tailored Skirts for women; In a range of
new styles; in tailored skirts; made Innmv tWeisIs;
gray, navy and black tailor's serges; all sizes; perfect shape and fit.   Specially priced frnm $5.E0 llv
S9.00
Killed Fixing Belting,
lirautford. Ont Sent. 80. -Alfred
Cant-,Pickson, employed al thn Watrous
Engine Works, was killed this afternoon. He was flxiiiR a belt on an
overhead crane and' w..s caiigh' In
some wires and fell' to the ground frae
turing his skull.
SPECIALS IN DRESS GOODS, SILKS AND
VELVETEENS.
DRESS GOODS AT 50c PER YARD
This assortment contains goods suitable for Indies
cr children's drcBses. Many useful cloths, aa i .-rges.
meltons, lustres, cashmeres, etc., in colors of black,
brown, navy, green, black and while ohecks, cr-ims,
plaids, etc.; tho widths vary from 14 m .',2 Inches.
Your choice, per yard  SO#
THE  INVINCIBLE  ST.  CLAIR 	
BLAST.
SPECIAL VALUE AT S33.S0
With east Iron omnmental encasing: steel body; Duplex grate, for any kind of coal or wood. This is
an entirely new heater constructed on modern lines.
The finish Is plain, smooth and attractive, Special
value  :it       S33.50
NEW TAPESTRIES IN OUR DRAPERY
DEPARTMENT.
Tapes'ry, In plain or figured patterns, with fringe
and gimps to match: Just the thing for covering that
co/.y corner or comfortable old couch. Prices to
silt all pnekerhooks.    l'er yurd at Sl.OO. S1.2S
<���' $3.50
Some Odd Ends of Silk Tapestry for Cushion Tops
at Prlcts You Can't Afford to Miss
PORTIERE  HANGINGS.
In  rich
af t'i:
Per pslr
Shades of brown, green and red.
tzar,, ��n.iui, $n_n, fk r.u $10.00. ...
Several lines of Cretonne;  In large and small figured  patterns;  all shales     I'rice per yard, at 15c,
20c. 25c
Extra Values inthe Furniture Department
Quite a startling decllnsi is rccw-rjliff
in  the birth rale- for t'i�� d-fBtrl'iUL   of-1
New Westminster by thc-'returns- Her,
the month of September, .the dtM-M-M
being no less thaa ia.56.psr cent: on I
ihe  corresponding  mon-tfh last' -.vate.
nnd this is only In part <<onipe:i��ated.I
by the lower nurtality which shows u
decrease   of iuAO   per   oont.   'fnem
-vas also ii considerable AWIreiM Id
A.F.&
t6t
L M.
UNION  LODGE NOr ���?,'<.#.  F. * A. M.
Tlle regular meettoia:; n" tllir above
lodge will be held in the Freemasons'
hall   on   Wednesday   evening,  Oct iber
sain- perl*, in mZ. Members    cf sis *r *  ledges and
The figures fbr the ���v��i' ofr dep=;U_.-..-_-. .-*,itor8 ,d ,hr ,.(,,- .���... ,.���r
lember. 1M2. and Septeiaear.-ISrt. re.i^������v. in ^?L8 'U)Jl   '">   arp TOr
spuctively, are:    Mirths. 11541V !W8 -  ' *���*���'****'���
A $10.50 BEOSTEAC, COMPLETE.  FOR $7.95.
special price Inducement to buy In our l-'um'ture lleparimenr, ihls Exhfbltion Week. Thla
set consists of a strong white enamel bed with brass ornaments. :<iiTing, i-ervieealjle spring, with a good
cotton top mattress.    Vou have the choice of all sizes at ihn same price: regular tfrt.iO bedstead, complet"
tor S7.��S
S17.5D DRESSER  AND STAND FOR $12.50.
A full Bize golden oak finish dresser and stand;   dresser with  largo mirror and' two  large and  two smaf I
drawers.    This Is a very extra value and well Vorlh $17..",1��. a set.    Kur I'.xlilliltloir Week you can purchas
dresser , . . . .^^^^^^^^^^^^____________-_________-_-__-^^V
This Is u very
$fZ.50 CHIFFONIERS FOR $8.50.
A full size golden oak ehiffeniere, with large mirror.   This is -standard tViiiii valiie.
at J________-________-----H
���iagos, 3S-3
deaths. 4!>-l1>.
MORRIS���Paul T., the infant son of
|'5T.-. and Mrs, W, Morris, died1 nt their -jEUam
���lTtldence  In Twelfth street on   Mon-
ihey havc made monev, !;*> njght.  The funeral win be held
" , ,'Jl  ���I'Trom the Roman Catholic ehnrch to-
I <_ay at k o'clock and    the    Reverend
1 Vathcr Heck will officiate.
too, because money at S
per oent. doubles itaf^l
in about 8 years.
Wc are thoroughJy
equi]iped to relieve yc��t
of all bother regarvliT^r
it. We will secure the
mortgage, look after all
collections, etc., for 9.
very small percentage.
Call in and let ua teli
you more about, oar
Declaration of Trast
plan.
HON. PRICE ELLISON
OPENS THE FAIR
Tontinneil from paxe ono.
Dominion Trust (
Company.
New WestrainsteT
Branch.
The Perpetual Trustee.
C. S. KEITH, Manager.
4 Per Cent, on Deposits.
Offices: Vancouver, Victoria,
New Westminster, .N'-caimu.
Calgary,    Winnipeg,    Mcsatreal.
Charlottetown,     London-     -Eijjc.
Antwerp, Belgium.
Blaylor, C   A. Welsh, Hon. I'rice Bill-
���jkon,    Frank   .1.    Mackenzie,    M.l'.l1.
it Thos. Klrkpatrlck, 8. J, Crowe, A. P
Black,  Frank  Trimble,  N.   Wolverton
,1. W. Weart, A. Warren tlonld. John Lntents,
! (Jonion, .1. A. Kerr, Aid.  Kred Lynch, |jt��mbe
Nels   Nalson,  A. .1.   Levy, (I    I*.  KdSt-
man, .1. B. Blackman, H. J. Kaiser, W,
l_. Duncan! i'.. s willson, s. G. bhurchr
ill. II. lln^lt'i'. J. Henley, J. II. .Iiudine.
I.  A.  Martin, O. W. Seymour, II. 3.
AlW-n. M. Kuril. T. A. Hatfield, 1'   .1. S
Ski-mar, B. Wright, .1. A Turner, H.
��� �� Holston. .1 J. Miller, Aid. .1. S. Iftry-
",sim, Publicity Commissioner   C,    ll.
Stioin  Wade, Industrial Commission
er W. L. Darling, Aid, A. B. White, w.
���V Clement. V. Barth, B. S, Andrews.
J. O.  Pi iTect.  A.  McDonald,  &  Mc-
.1   W.
Social antl Perseitoal;
At the Hussell ���Thomas ainL .VITS
O'Connell, Agasslz; W. H. iluimiroa.
Vancouver; R. C, TreKceler. AgftastS;
.lohn L. Smith, Spokane: T. K: I'us-
key, Chllltwaek; Is. ��oslin��ky. S.m
Krancisco; .\��.��s H. AUams, Sti lf.��il;
H. Stevenson, lllaine.- (>. A. Arm-
��'ronK, Liitiis West. PM'tland-. I'rice
Victoria: C. t. Roe* Beat-tie;
W. and Mr* Hyan, Vancouver.
At the WJndsorr B. L. MH'onir.ville,
('. Wilson. H. K. .May, Vancoiiv.fr; ('.
E, Hoffard'. Whoiiinrk; A. Tllie, I'Jid-
ner; .Tae. Blggatni Vlcioi-iii; 10: John-
ion, J, l". Morgan, Seattle! -f. L. Henley. Blainv: .r. S. Barsied. Spokane;
Host. A. tVikelaniH. Blllllieluim; M. R.
nnd Mra. Alexa-ndi'r. I'layflim; A.
Stmpsoir; .r. BojOr, P. Wllsoir, Toronto; .1; P Wheeler: chiiiTwuels; S. Mc-
Lean: CItyl WllHam .lames and MrR.
Stewart .lohn yt'. sten'm't. -Crescent;
Tims. Muine. L.rdner: IT ft. and Mrs.
."��� rrn��Tronir. Clt-werdalw; fft*. ^nd Mrs.
J.   IT. Oourlay. -N'litni-miii.
Al The News booth 'lion* who B'(?n-
< c| the register for oul-'-f tewn visitors
yeeterday    Included    > h.��    fellowlng:
Miss N. Taylbr, Point (ir-ey; J. M. Cli*
KamlDOPS;   W   K    Tees.    La-
Alta*.;   .1.  T    I'li-eick.  Oxford
Bounty   Ont.;   I're-tf A. GvttSB.  Vuncou-
vvr;   Mrs   IV. May. Vtoseonver;    Mrs
Ltneliani,     Vaneonver;      Mrs.     .1      .1
Mi rris.    etmntor-e, Attn.;    l.    Claiudo
Hill,   Bumaby;   tTvo,   Mann    K.hur"o:
Mr. and  Mrs. (ii-i'iT-** *��� Thompson   Vin
|crtiv'-r;    Mrs.   T'..    Ili-rnips--"'.   Coll'ng
order of the "^*uj^^^^^^^^^B
W  Ai.DKWv-^wtT-fJH.        I
(2143) Unr-re*-;^^
ODD PARLOR CHAIRS.
A few odil parlor chairs will be offered nl special
upholstering;  each one a real bargain.    Priced, ea
^^^ S12.54 >
Special for ExhibitU   n
 S8.5  3
Cosy, comfortable Morris Chair
for .^^^__________i
clearance  priee* illirtng' this  week,   all  with  good   k
'h. from S7.!
$11.50 MORRIS CHAIRS FOfR ��9.9S.
with big Ioi se green   veldllT cushions:   liig roomy chairs;
regabir 11'
Ik
0
M
SADIE FRASER
Mii��w Bac.
Singing,   ffiano.   Tliccry.
Kor 'l'ermn nnd* Hours Apply al
Studio. 10111 Hamilton Street.    PHont
13T3IR. U��7.) ;
NEW Wfc^
ers Limited
'"'M
;l
Xave-Browne-C&ve [?
Mrs
and Mis*1
[UE_6.BC,  Alt CM.
' -ylEMBERSTOF-THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
Lob-ions in Pianoforte, Vloiln, S'.ng-
IIuk,; Voion ProdiKiion. Tbjeftry (In
���claims or priv-il.iilyi, Harinnny. Counter-
poijit, MusiciU Korin and  HIMcry.
l'npilh iirepaj'ed for tbtt exainina-
tiima of tlie Associated Huspd of the
Koyal Academy of Musltt itrttl Royal
('ojinge of Music. Also Bhofeislonal
InplumiiB, Teacher or Penffinner.
Kor Inrms, etc., apply iT,t Dilfferi'i
^t^-et,    Plione 411 ft. I21.r,7}
J*SP'ty'i 4
MISS A. MILL
DRESSMAKING
FAIR  SPECIAl^
Larjc-Kipe Pears, :i lhs.: 25c
Choice -turns Apples, i"?/'.-h'--ii-$3_.50
'i\'.)':~l    IhS     25C
Kiticy dreamery Buttjjfijil Hm.Sl.OO
I-re tb BggB, per iIi>:*k 40c t0 50C
.-T.. ��>ili"__irl   and   Hed. dfRdng  Salmon,
imr  rb   15C
���������t'lVjH's Halibut auit Salmon, Kippers,
Kir .ui l-Hdiila, etc.
VV. J.. RUSE
(Succeeior -.��r Ayling i. Swain.)
VO1 Colum ola 3t, Phone ?3s
m
Sti
���JK1.1N,
-ud Deal   M��r
4
LL-
K.  BEARDglT" m w> ts, asttaa
Vlca-Praald��*W.2:_^255J[
UN.
J*
1     =
LUMBER CO., Ltd.
TURERS OF
/ir, Cedar  and  Spruce
i
MANUFACTURERS OF
Phones No. 7 and 877.
VICTOf :IA*iO��DER  OF  NURF^fl-..
Fancy and Evening Dre_��asj  MISS L DOWNH^M
a Speciialty.
Room 14, Sauth BlocR.
THE  MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Reside-ic'ft 7. W. C. A.        PttrfJWl,lfWjf    B
MA rtJflltlTV,  SURCICA.^ \tift,
ME CaCAL CASES ATT%fiPJ%*.
a,..; ********   *-** 709 Columbia St,
lirldf. J- Lawson, -f   Ramsay, j_   "���iver island  stay-tag   Rl    l''i   Fourth
javenue;  Harrv Lewis   PortlAind, Ore.!
wood,  B.C.;   Mm. A. E   Halbee,  Vancouver;  Mr*'  .i  a   (Voodward   Btirna>
Iiv  1.,-iX'*:   Mrs   A. K   I.e'e*   V;i,ir'.iiver ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Heights;  S   A. Crowe, Vancot/veri (i* !���-, ��_____. .u,, ..,J_._,iT��.ir
s, Forevth. J  B   Knrrav. Vaucouvar; (Day Se88l����thC cnl��9��^ar
.1   W. Martindale. Parkavtlle   Vanoon-
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
Westminster Trust Bids:.
Arni-
.1.   S.
CURTIS
REXALL
DRUG
STOR��
.. for..'
GOODS
SPECS
Warden. S II Itainuie. \V .1.
strong, T. I. Armstrong, Rev
���Hairtlerson.
I Official Opening.
Kn.i or optimism and assurancq that
I the province of liritisii Columbia was
Idrt'tiiu il lo fill ii wonderful and un-
Ityjualed position in Hie history of the
^Dominion and the Empire, wub ihe
rpei'Cb if Hon I'rice Ellison, which
(look place Immediately following the
lilonchenn, al the entrance to Ihe
Women's liuild Inc.
"I rnn sincerely prateful," lie said,
"for this opportunity to be present
here today. I am proud of the fair
���vnd congratulate tlie exhibitors f-n
the splri'. they have shown in com pot-
lng here. It means ;l loss of money to
rnot-t of them to bring their Btock, the
besl. In B. C. and equal to any In Canada, to this show, and the keen but
Rood-Ti'.itured rivalry Is fine. At this
td-ifrw it Is a distinction to win a hlue
���rtlfbon. The exhibitors are all good
T-pnrtR."
Vtjr~>'' ". to KlnBBWay, the   sneaker
sm, mid of the curt highways played In the
'fjl'if-.-rVn'-fit of s  country, and    pi"n-
._rtlf!ipd th.Pt I* wss due to the work of
{���y.--   Thc-s   "evhr thit the highway
opoTipd yesie-dnv. was built.
"H is nnr duly, the duty ot every
i TtriLsh Columbian) to support this
I provincial evhihltion; und lt is this
I Bjfhtl-fnon that 1 now declare open."
TMucb cheerlnK for the ministers,
'led by PrBS'dent Welsh, followed and
'tbe crowd dispersed, people makinR
[ti>iir-= of Hi" buildings and taking
���Ma-imtfl down Sockeye Hun until the
(���Minto enn lacrosse match, which
.taauneaned at n o'clock.
Wesley Wtlllard, .1 P Crmberland
staying ar the Prem er: ft. Cirrrer.
jeeretarj' ''"pot -^grfcultaral soetetv.
itaytne at the Dominion hobeii if J.
Krauklln. Vancouver; Ct-orge Plecky,
Vancouver:   M--s.   I.  Mens* i-   Vina'mo.
laying with Mrs Rogere, l'urk Row;
Mrs. f. T. I'hwey Vmie uivr, Mrs.
\V. II. liourlo*. Chicago; XI. Klng-
Drcwn,  Winnipeg;   Miss Li.��h .1.  Hart.
\uhurn Wash : Mrs. It N. Roue. Ke*"'.
Scott Wash., both -rusts, tt Mrs. D.
W   Tipple. Roval Oik.
WEDDING  EELLS
CARVELL���MUNCSY.
Frank Carvell, pf New Wostmlnsttji
and Miss Ell'-Hbeth Mitncey, of E'isi
llurnaby. wew uuited In marriage er>
Saturday las.t al Uie residence ef Ber
11. .1 Chaw, at Kdmonds. Mr. and
MrB, Carvell v.ill take up tlieir rosl
donee on Fifteenth avenue, Kast Burnabv.
Night scssi<w MontB.jr, Wednesday wmI Friday, evenings. \
lndividiwl; instruction to Shorthand
Touch      -Bynewrltlng,      U-vokkeepin ,.
Arlthnieeo, Spelling, Y>Htnansliip ' u-vt
allied SKbleiNU by Hpcd'kUst.-i at eithr,*};.
schhIou _._-.-,
ENROLL NOW.
THE M.OERK
BUSINESS SCHOOL
E
-��_��--���
NJOY
EASING
VERY r/AY.
peiene 85...
L. BOTJCK, Pr!'.��ip;*l.
610 Co-wcrale
P. Bums & Co. Ltd.
I Palace  Miyket,  ZstSvn ibla  St., Phones
1200,  1201,   12��(!_
Sappertivi   Marktt.   Phone   1204,
! Cighth  SL   Mar,*��t,  Phone   1205.
\ Edmoiwls  Mait-Wat. Vhone  L883.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Get our Prices on Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Rotary
Cut Fir Veneer Panels.
Delivered on the Job.
Enquire about our special stockes, they are money savers.
THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO, LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
it
T-JWUNM
Short Term Loans
tok'o despatches i       WE HATE CLIENTS WHO WILL MAKE SHORT
not* td -united states term LOANS FOR A. PERIOD NOT EXCEEDING
Tokio, Hep,. .-.vrAnother note ofjONE YEAR ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY OR PUR-
protest iu the California nnii alien con
trovers.v haa heen despatched to tho
Doited States'. The taxi lum not been
published but it Ih understood that If
it. Is incepted on which point the Japanese authorities are very optimistic
it will necessitate a new treaty between the two countrlos.
CHASE AGREEMENTS OE SALE.   APPLY
F. 1. HART & CO., LTD.
    Established 139*1.
���w/e write Pire, Life, Accident, Employsrs'
Marine  Insurance,
l.tlt-H.tty,  Automobile  and
New Westminster Fair
SEPT. 30-OCT 4.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS AT REDUCED RATES
FROM ALL POINTS ON FRASER VALLEY LINE
During the week of the New Westminster Annual Fair a .special roun'l Hp rate of single fare and
a third will be offered from all points on the Fraser
Valley line to New Westminster. Tickets good for
return passage until October 6.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY IN EACH DIRECTION.
Mill ISH COLUMBIA IWM Wm\ COMPANY
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