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The Weather.
New Westminster and tbe I-O-wnr
Mainland: Winds mostly easterly
and southerly; unsettled with rain.
��� ���
WITNESSES NOW    NOW '/m LAST   RECORD SHO
Walters and Naas Chared
With Arson���Being Tried
Separately.
When Highway Ovtr Hope Mountains
Is Opened International Road
Will Be Finished.
Repeat Story of Burning of Junk
in Assize Court Yesterday-
Case Ends Today.
On  a trip  inspecting  the  roads  of
! Burnaby and the Fraser valley, J. I*.
I N'apler,   engineer   for   the   provincial
ho->! government, was In the Olty yesterday   Last Year the  Return* Were 849.00C
1 miming after having  returned  from
Grain Shipped Over C. P. R. Monthly   Bank   Statement State Official Swears Cover
This Year Many Times
Greater Than in 1912.
Shows Much More Money
In Use in Canada.
nor Asked Him to Disregard His Oath.
Writ of Habeas Corpus Asked for
Case of B. Guiseppi Convicted of
Liquor Offence.
Irish Laborers Anxious for
Arrival of  Ship From
Liverpool With Food.
[Chllllwack, where lie went over the |
, proposed road leading over the Hope j
i mountain.
Mr. Napier was accompanied on his |
trip by Mr. Crulckrhank, roaii superin- j
tendent in that district.
When seen by The News yesterday,
Mr. Napier was enthusiastic over the
e-imlilion of thc   highways   through
the  Fraaer valley, declaring them  to
re even hotter than In any other pro'*-
Ince  in  Canada.    The  road  over the
il-OPfi mtuntain  will be  ttie laBt link
,rf the Interprnvlncial road connecting]
British ''���"!nmbln"s coast line with Al- ;
l-'-rla.   Tlie BBC-firm between here and!
Hope In passable but autoists and oth- i
'rr vehicles have difficulty in navlgat-1
'"*.��� through certain section*, on did.
n-T-iMd  r.nneh.    tho    t-infcontin��"tal
t--*v-i,.-  v>,~ r(..i/>'1(.,] New H'cHt-min-
g{r- Ty-n  Mmrtresl   IPSl   week.
Mr. N" "ver wlll llkelv st'v ov'"- In j
The evidence wae mainly a repetl  ���"'''' u""    """'    Tueadav. when]
tion of thu adduced in Bmlth's cast
Bushels, Thi* Year the Finjres
Are 8,677.000 for Wheat.
The seuuel to the trial and conviction of Hobert O. Smith, contractor, for
arson, in the assizes court on Thursday, was witnessed yesterday when
Hugh Nass nad Howard Walters were
placed in lhe prisoners' doclt, charp,
ed with the tame crime, the burning of
a second hand store In Mclnnes
street, the property of Smith.
Hamilton need, counsel lor Walters,
Belted that prisoners be tried separately and Crown Council a. il Macneil, K c . acceded to the request
Hugh Naas was then formally
Charged, pleaded not guilty and was
defended liy Mr Qoodstone, Vancouver.
Same as Before.
Winnipeg, Sept. 26.- A startling difference In the returns if the grain
marketed by the farmers ot tho prairie
the returns tor the same period
yi ar, Is noticeable In tbe report olf ci-
ally announced by the official-- cf the
Canadian Pacific railway of grains
shipped over western lines. The following is the summary
Ottawa. Sept. 26.���Aa Increase of1 "Forget It
16,668,603 ln circulation ls the feature of the bank statement for August which has just been issued by the
finance department. It means that
just that much more money was in
circulation in Canada on August 31
than at the end of July. Another indication of business Improvements is
ulzer la Claimed to Hav*
Advised .His Friend When Trial
Wa* Imminent.
Before the  Honorable Justice    Cle
incut in chamber yesterday an ap_ni ! 	
cation was made for a writ of habeaa I
corpus and a writ of certiorari in aid j Unions Say They Will Boycott Beard
in the case of 11. Uulaeppi, convlcred
or a liquor offence at M.ssion.
The prisoner, who wa* represented I
by   Mr.  O'I.ell.   sought  to  quash  bis
conviction for bavlng been guilty of
an offence under   thc   liquor   license)
section 90, subsection C, by vlr-
of Trade
nqjiry
Existence
Fkhting fop
act
lue of which h
was sentenced to six
Albany, N. Y.. Septfl 26.--Oovernor
William Sulzer tried to persuade conan  Increase of nearly a million and I trlbutors  to  his  campaign  fund  not
provinces thil vear as compared with I three quarters In deposits on demand, to testify against him,  according to j mcun'''R imprisonment athard labor
a,t'Saving  deposits, on  the  other  hand, j evidence   adduced   today   at   his   im-      Hon-    "���    -Norman    Bole,   for   the
show  a  decrease of over  $2,000,000; I peachment trial. j crown,  contended  that  fte six days
but as the bulk of this has doubtless'    He  asked   Duncan   W.   I'eck,   state i "otice under 18, Oeorge II.. which Is
been withdrawn for business enter-'superintendent of public works, who Bl"l UJ force, not having been given day niKi,t arid is expected here tomor-
prises it realy represents that much; gave $500 to th--�� fund, to violate his j to Mr. Verdure, J.P., the committing ' r0w evening, Special arrangements
more money In active employment, j oath on the witness stand ln event he '��� magistrate, certiorari could not bei have been made to give thc Hare dock
There might have been decreases In i should be called to testify before the I granted, and referred to in re Plunkett | roc in and long counters have been
call  loi-.ns  and  current loans by  tbe; Frawley     investigation     commisison, 11. Canada criminal code 365, as a clear | erected on the docks, from which sup-
Dublin. Sept. 26���The famishert
strikers are awaiting the arrival here
of the relief ship Hare, like the inhabitants of a long beleaguered town. Tho
vessel, which was loaded at the Manchester docks by volunteer laborers In-
record  time,  left   -Manchester  Thurs-
K'"��
U,
nnd   when   the   case   for   the   crov.-n
closed th" court adjourned until 1 f>: .'.�����
a. m. today
Klre Chief Watson stated that the
pi" had imperilled the whole block
anil disastrous consequences might
li;1.' "   < QMled.
Howard Walter! repeated his previous testimony Ue snld that after
Smith bad made his proposition to
witness tbat he should hum down the
store and bakery tor $600 each he informed Nana at their lodging the same
night N'a-'s told him to shut up. ns
he km w all aboul it He swore Ihat
Nuns had conversations with Smith
and had made his own arrangements
with him.
Had a Divorce.
Cross examined fully as to his put
life, h" admitted he had heen divorced
two years ago. Th* mysterious man.
v. ho. according to Naas had so unset
hlm. that he nm away, when Walters
j'ml he were scheming how to get into
the building, bad not been seen by
Walter". He told the magistrate that
Naas had  seen him.
Pevamined by Mr. Mucneil NaaB
told him tn go to the sporting house
lot a candle and said lhat he would \
go over there for one, indicating the
direction bj a gesture over his shoulder.
A Night Watchman.
Mabel Ann Hendry, who supplied
Walters with the candle said thit
Walter* explained to her he wns night
watchman next door.
Bv the Court she did nol know
anything of the Ore at the time and
could  not  see It from  her house.
CnnBtlible  Ferguson retold  the  tale  All
01 tlie arrest
Walter  Miller repeated
evidence U"d added that Bl
Informed   his   employer
Fi-en two men on the premises about
2 a.  m. cn the morning of the flre
Mr. Macneil read Van lleillam's de-
position  I"   th"  police  court   Invest!
���gallon,  afer  the  court  had   remark
ed   that   V-mi   Hedlam   was
lieenlng cut pf the way. hut that  the
crown authorities could not force hirri
to cr-mo over from tlie Stales to give
evidence.
Van lledlriu's evidence was thit
Naas hid woke hlm tip on the morning of the r're. He asked Naas what
wns the matter and Naas replied "Ton
know whnt Wl>l supposed to come off
down   there   tonight���you   know
hulldlng  I"  supposed  to be  bumrd.   |weavers  -union
Van   Hedlnm   rejoined,
������-wny 1>". inte**-'i""ilcin'tl ro"d.
v'1' be officially opened. Todav he
wi)' -mr-i.,. nn inspection nf the '���o-'ds
in "v r>">-,in--v riding with lioud Superintendent Bonsen.
Mai.M'oba
Wheat	
Other grains
Saskatchcvi
Wheat	
Other grains
Alberta���
Wbea,   	
') her Grains
Totals���
Wheat	
li'l.;.
8,677,000
1,404,000
I.1J.
849,000
78 J) 00
batiks  during  the  month.
.14,110,000
.  2.:i6- OOO
2.H0.0OQ
1,269,00 i
1,702,000 ,
Iiu.",.DUO
T-1,.,1.
_ ;*���*. ��Mi
.21.:
Other grains   .... D.098,000
������I got
71,000 I
EXTENSION Of Tli
GRANTED THAW
I'eck swore. authority on the point, and that aa to i plies  will  be  passed  out to  persons
The   governor,   Peck  asserted,  had  habeas corpus, the papers not being jramed by the committees as being en -
before  rhe  court  on    certiorari    theitled to relief,
court could only look at the commit-1 Inquiry    Begin*,
ment which was good and in accord-1 The board of trade Inquiry into the
ance with the section of the statute, strike will begin Monday, but the em-
citing numerous authorities thereon, iployers apparently have destroyed all
His lordship dismissed both appll-: possibility or a conference by infonn-
cations. ,ing   the   lord   mayor  that   the   terms
I1'
told him that he, too, would deny having received contributions.   This conversation,  he   raid,   was  held   in   the i
governor's  office  at  the  capital.
"Hc said. 'Do ub I shall, deny It.' " :
Peck testified.
Peck said. "1 sunposc 1 Bhall be un-1
S. AMBASSADOR
RECALLED FROM  ROME
New* eYrk. I'ept. 26.    Post  Wheeler, i
���������"e!nry cf the American embassy at;
Pome,   arrived   here   today     on     the'
rteamshrtn Baltic from Liverpool.   Hei
his return-"-^ to consult with Sicretary j
Itrvnn In Washington In response to a
sunrmone from the state department.
*���'-. Wheeler declined to comment on
nuelished  reports  tiiat  charges al'eg-
tng  abuse of    diplomatic    privileges
ti-,-.. bene made against' him w the
state department    ll" will motor to
|'i,"-ui"!i.h'a tomorrow and then pro-
ceefl io Washington.
HINDU BEGGAR
HAD $2500 ROll
His Ccuntel Received Assurance from
New Hampshire Gcvernor That
Allowance Will Be Made.
der oath.    He caid  'That is nothing, I     for the benefit of laymen it may be ' mentioned   in   hiB  letter  proposing a
forget  it.'" !explained tbat certiorari means bring-  settlement do not form the basis for
Attorney Hanman. cross examining  tng up an papers from justice of the  suitable negotiations,
for the defense, asked Peck if it were I peace t0 the COUTt ���ho ������, ti,en Bee if j Boycott Inquiry.
City   Police   Find   Larce   C'red
Buck  in  Ragged Jeans of  Un
kempt Foreigner.
Concord,  N.   H.,  Sept.  26.���Counsel
Ifor   Harry  K.  Thaw   received   formal
I assurance  trom  Governor  Felker  to-
Bank  ('a5  "iat *"e wou'<' grant their request
'; for an extension to October 6, of the
bis   former
i Italian had
that   he   had
Cast* of beHlng from door to do-r
ire few aid far between; oases when
Hindus a-i- pinches for doing the trick
ar-e fiver a:ni farther upart; but when
a Hindu named Pandas gits- jngged for
lugging and is found to have in his
pofsr-sslim ur placed to his credit the
sum of $2,7100: then let some one
arise with the remark made by a
member of the famous American I'hal-
on'r family, "Who's loon".v now"
Pandas is some Hindu at that. He is
said to havc heen tijrmentlnr. the cit-
irenR of flapperton for the past s-aver-
"1 months. Yesterday he approa-phed
���li" door, a daughter was rlclit hamiv
with the telephone, with the result
that Charlie Plttendrlgh and Kd Walker, not rorgfftth-R mil Dnttridge, arrived v iiii tha city fruxz wagon and
sinn hul Pandas safely enticonsed ln-
sifl ��� :tn' mn chine.
When  seerched .".t the stut'o-i the
Hindu was found to have n cash b"l- '
lanes '" one bank amounting t-j $1.- \
*no.  $4-r>  j,,   another,  tog��ther  with
Sl "lit HOO on Ins nerson. Pu"h a cap- l( "
*���!���" looked so good to Chief Bradshaw J ed
|th''t Pandas was k-wit iw_oors through   j f"
B��att*ta   Wash    Sept   26.    When the j ""' ,'"' day snd will 1'" nsked  to ov- , slriillng
sbentT's office closed  tonight thirty .plain h1��nw<ll hefore Majfletrate   Ed-
two of the thirtv-nine signers of the;,!u""'s in ("-1"r'  'his morning.
ARREST SOCIALISTS
IN SEATTLE
Thirty-two cf Ninety Who
Signed Petition Were
Placed in Custody
time for filing briefs In the extradl-
' tion proceedings. One of the attorneys
(said tbat their work was being car-
I rled  on  as   rapidly  as possible,  but
since   the   hearing   before    Governor
Felker last Tuesday, additional prec-
lede"ts lie .ring on the situation had
(been discovered. These wonld he in-
; coroorated. he said, in the documents
to lie placed In the governor's hands.
Thaw's outing today In the custody
of his guard consisted of an automo-
' bile ride.    His  mother, Mrs.  Mary V.
Thaw, accompanied him.
, proceedings were regular or not
tinaiTrogram
!   TOR fair week
rtrssiblo that he could have been mis
taken about a single word that passed
between him and the ,-overnor.
"Not a word." Peck replied.
No Strings to It.
Peck at the time of his contribn-
���'nn. held his present pofltion. but told
.the governor, he said, that "there were
i no strings" to the gift and that he
! need n" feel that he was obliged to
ire-nn-ooint him. Peck was re-ap-
; pointed.
Be Easy on Him.
\ The eover-Wr asked Henry W. Mor-
'genthau. ambassador to Turkey, who
I contributed $1,000, to be "easy cn
i him." and t^> "'-ct the affair between
Ins as personal" in the even that he
i should be called to testify.
i    Th-s Mr Morgenthi>u swore to when ' _
I recalled to the Ftand today.
Th"  eovernor'* attorneys gave  in- j Big shovy 0,ens on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
I The Inouiry may he boycotted by
Ithe strikers. .lames ConnollV, one or
ithe strike leaders, in a speech tonight
'.declared that If the board of trade inquiry was a government concession to
| Investigate what everyone knew, tbe
i strikers would not waste their time
|in attending it.   The employers in an
official  statement   say  they  are  not
i making war on labor unions as such-,
but are attempting to stop a reign ot
sympathetic strikes.
R. A. & L Officers Announce
{ Completed Arrangements
for Exhibition Week.
LICENSE REtUSED
AT COQUITLAM
WOULDN'T LISTEN
TO HIS STORY
But   Four   Allo-ed   on   Gn,:���Vac
Wants to Make List an
Hundred.
Paris Jeweller Trie* to Tell  How He
Caught  Thieves  and   Is   Hissed
from tta-c.
dlcations   of   being completely   con
founded   bv   the   testimony   of   these I
'�����" witnesses.   None of them had the i
faintest 'ilea. It was lenrned. that such
accusations were to be brought hy the
attorneys for the assembly managers.
"Cash."
It   was   further   brought     cut   thnt
Pilchard Crocker. Jr.. son of the former leader of Tammany Hall, had contribute a $2,000 check, payable, at the
request  of  Sulzer.  to  the    order    of
"cash" and that the check was cashed   b]    Frederick   I..   Col wel I,  alleged j
Ito haye been the eovernor's agent infgtatemen
.his Wall streel transactions. ifajr w*]| |
and Closes on  Caturday in the
We* tma' Hours.
i Application for Hotel at Maillardville*
First to Come Before Recently
Appointed   Comrr istioncrs.
. ven
l'-'.rls, Sept.  tt.���H, tiiiadra Tstein.:    Tho   p
e ol tho Paris jewelers, who assist-jthe   fir;-
in laying the trap which
First Eviaencc.
.sedition   brought
Tbe program  for every day of   ��x-
hibition week was announced by Man-. The Coquitlam licensing commle-
ager MacKenzie yesterday, who also ;sioners yesterday refused to grant au
announced that Hon. Price Ellison,;hotel license in Maillardville. to l.ud-
minlEter of agriculture, bad consented -wig Gauthler, by the casting vote of
to formally opm the exhibition on the chairman. Keeve Harth
Tuesday. This was the flrst appllcat'on for a-
The program  ablv  fccars out    the license   in   the   rural   tmratefpalKJ.
f Preeideol Welsh that tbe:    The vcte was as follows:    In favor
the greateel ever held in  ��' ""-" license. Commissioners 0. Martin and .r. Foeter. t; against, Commts-
ihe Itcyal City and from 9 a.m. on
Tuesday, September ml), until JO p.m.
Saturday, October ., there will be
something doiu;;.
xican pre*-'. Fofor?
STRONGLY ENTRENCHED
evidently  Swl.-.'.i.-t   resolution  defying  Superior
.liiilee John  !���'. Humphries' anti street   M."
Speaking Injunctions had been arrested     Ml bul four of those served with I 	
warrants were released on S'-'nO hail KI Piso. Texas, Sept. 20- The fed-
t'i r.ppe-ir hefore Judge Humphries ��� eta I column of General Francisco
October ".. The four remaining ln Jail [Castro is reported tcnight to he near
are Glenn Hoover, an attorney: Frank]3antS Ttosalia. Chihnahuii, where the
\. Btlrtan and his wire. Mrs. father-jreeM forces of Kninclscii vnia and
lne D. fitlrtan. Victor H.  Kvan�� audJucnHo Ifernsndea are entrenched.
"Don't
(Coetlnued on Page Kour.)
the  J   G. Rrown. au olTicinl or the shingle
-d"
fool
todc.y
evidence to suppott the
ulted 'Charges lhat the governor used some
.ol.nycmen charged with iof his campaign fur.ds-to speculate in1 Arrangements fer the official open-
ihe famous $0-'5.0<il pearl^TTafl street: f hHH^-JJoyer, head of ing rt the exhibition vnd the opening
necklace, which disappeared in July ithe New York stock exchange firm of j of Kingsway are about complete and
while iu transit from Paris to l/mi- Boyer. Griswold & Co.. and tw ) of his] wben the fair opens on Tuesday it is
don, nearly caused a rioi tcni-eht in a employees, testified to the purchase
vaudeville' establishment, where he iby Coiweil or $12.00 worth of Big Four
had been engaged to rccmirt his ex- ' stock, which was paid for by seven
uerieoces in catching the tahrvea. Ichecks given Sulzer. his own personal
As be made his appearance Quadra, jchedt for ��900 and $7,1'J5 In cash.
Tstelu was greeted wiib a Sturm ofl^eee checks were those of Theodore
hoots ami hisses fron' all porta of the lw- Myers, John I.inn. Lyman A. Spaul-
house. He vainly tried to go through \]n*- Kdward F. O'Dwyer. John W.
his performance, but finding that he i*.0*;_ ����" FrankStrauss company and
could not. he shouted to the nndk-nee
Accommodated Him.
One other name was  added  to the
hFt  Ot  ninety-nine    ordered  arrest-d
laPAN-ft ULTIMATUM loj  lodge Humphries,   when  a  letter
'   r 1Mp088|BLE FOR CHINA,was received by the court today tro-n
  I T��mea  A.  West,  who  tald  he  would
l-<nilnn   Sent   26 ���A despatch to a like to 1 ring the roll to an even hun-
new's agency from Shanghai says the dred md Invited
Jannnese minister has presented ( h na hi
nltlmntum which gives < hina dr
with an   ,    ,
three days to comply with Japan s demands for satisfaction for the recent
attacks on Japanese In Nanking. The
correspondent believes It will be Impossible ror China to concede Japan s
terms. He adds that the nature of
the sctlon contemplated by Japan_ In
case her demands are no fulfilled has
not been disclosed .
the  court   to arrest
'th the otherr. Judg" Humphries
d to accommodateJfest n'i)j_ln-
ntric'rd the sheriff to nrrest h'm.
.Ti'dre llnmnhrli-i tcrlty turned over
In the fede-al nnthnrities threatening
|ettr"s received hy lilm pltiee he beeSh
lrsnlne Inlnnrt'nns nfter the OOtlStch
fintt r' .Tnlv 18 nnd asked the po��t-
offlc- depirtment to InvertlgntB th��
rondin- "f threatening matter through
the mails.
��'as:ro ls expected to attack tomorrow. Ills force Is outnumbered, but
Hn ha.i ample nTtillery ainl the rebels
have none.
Gem rals Bo.'as nnd Tcrnras are
'lurrying from ('hihenhun with a federal column to reinforce him.
Banker Promoted.
Winnipeg. Sept. 16.���It wks Teporfd i
on tbe giain axchangr this morning I
that  Alex. Cavanagh.   wel!  known   in
iianKlug <iud gialn exchange citTlts tn
Winnipeg,  has  been   appointed  man- i
ager  of  the tcrminnls  for thc Grain
Growers company.
lhat he had been cleared of all suspicion of complicity with the theft of
the pearls and was proud of what he
had done. He retired just as the
audience was showing signs of gettitis
out of hand.
PLANS REVOLUTION
IN PORTUGAL
b b *
J. R.
AA�� NOW ITS UP TO
THE WEATHER MAN
GRANT APPOINTED
CROWN SOLICITOR
Conspirator* Confess They   Intended
Assassinate Premier and In-
sti;*_te Rising.
to
R. A. A I. Feeisty Hold Final Meet-
lnj_.AH Is Rsady for the Greet
Bin Show.
sfrrrrvr.s.��s
will be formally opened on Tuesday
MTfefS2Sfcl Uuit evening was the
reports were received and each chair
I?���',-fit I w����MMS?b, the greatest ever held In New Westminster.
Officials to Ceme.
President Welsh stated that the ar-
rawmante tor the official ope������W ��
ihe exhibition were complete. Hon.
Price Ellison, minister of agriculture,
hnd consented to officiate at the formal
-ipen'ng fni with him wlll be Acting-
Premier W. .1. Bowner. Hon. Thomas
Tsvlnr. minister of public works and
i nne'her of other men prominent ln
the affairs of the province.
Mayor Gray will officiate at the for-
miil opening of the horse show tn the
ovening.
Special Car.
President Welsh also stated that Allan Purvis, manager ' of Interurban
"lies of the B. C. R. H., had promised
ti put on a speclB' train on the Chll-
"wack l'ne. which will leave Chll-
'wick at Din!) o'clock In the morn-
���>- snil returning leaves New West-
���nlnster at 10 o'clock.
ln this connection Manager Mac-
Kensln stated that the B. C. K. II.
had given every assistance possible to
the exhibition and had run a special
���rain to Chllllwack to bring down a
load of cattle to the exhibition, which
be run direct to Queen's park, thus
saving considerable shunting that
would otherwise be necessary.
Local Lawyer Given Office Recently Created.
J. H. Grant, of Messrs. Corbould, tlrant & MeColl, received c(T cial Intimation from
the attorney general yesterday
that he had been appointed
crown solicitor for the county
of Westminster. ThlB Is a new
office for New Weatmlnster, although there aro similar appointments in Vancouver and
Victoria.
Mr. Grant will have the conduct of all speedy trials f-nr the
crown and all other prosecuting work outside assize duties.
It hns been felt by the attorney general's dennrtment thnt
It was most expedient that such
duties as will fall to Mr. Grant
should he concentrated In the
hands cf one clt'cinl. Mr. droit
wlll nlso be legal adviser to the
e-nvlncial police within his dlatrlct.
The now crown solicitor
practiced bin profession for two
years ln Ontario before coming
to New Westminster In 189��.
He Joined the firm of Corbould
& Grant In liiO..
Lisbon, Sept. HO.���A coufession that
they attended to assassinate the Poi
tuguese premier and Instigate a revolt
was made today by the live men arrested last night while placing bombs
around the premier's villa at Praia
Das Macas, a watering place near
Clntrd.
According tu the Mundo the men
were delegated by a syndicalist group
to explode the bombs In Dr. Alfonso
Coasta's garden. Ills attention was to
bo attracted In this way and they Intended to shoot his down when be appeared at the window to find out what
had happened.
Dr. Costa's death, they declared.
wbb to bo the signal for a revolt. Armed bands, they said, were ready to
rush the prisons amid the confusion
and to liberate the prisoners.
Tbe syndicalists, they asserted, bad
plotted alao lo kill the minister of
war.
The Mundo avers tbat the royalists,
radicals and republicans were implicated In the conspiracy.
John  T.  Doollng.
NO UNION MLN
FOR MILITIA
Delegate* of Trades and Labor Con
cress of Canada Pass Resolution
in Chort Order.
Montreal, Sept. 2C���Good progress
was made this morning in dealing
with the resolutions tbat are to come
before the Trades and Labor Congress
ot Canada during its annual convention ana the delegates disposed of a
score of them in good style. There
were discussions about two or three
but the chief bone of contention, that
expressing opposition to' trade unionists joining the mllltla, was cut surprisingly short. When the resolution
was put to the meeting it was agreed
lo by an overwhelming majority,
Bcsclutlons were passed dealing
with the fair wage act, the Jurisdiction or concern unions over specific
classes of work, blacklisting and many
other subjects associated with labor.
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Minister on Holiday.
Ottawa, Sept. 28.���Hon. Oeorge Perley and Mrs. Perley are sailing at the
end of next month for Bngland and
wlll spend a 'ew months abroad. Hon.
Mr. Perley returned tbla week from
a fishing trip to Echo Beach.
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RUMOR OF MINT
ROBBERY AT 'FRISCO
San Francisco, Sept. ii.���An
unccrllrmed rumor that the
United States mint In this city
has been looted of a sack of
gold, said to contain $30,000,
leaked out tonight Superintendent of the Mint T. W. H.
Shanahan refuses to confirm or
deny the report, and declares
tbat any Information concerning It must come from Washington.
expected that everything will be ready
aud in good shave.
Tuesdav Is cpciiin*-? day. Thursday
Vancouver day, Friday children's c��y
and Saturday farmer's day, wh:ie
Wednesday is without an official
designation.
lu addition to lion. Price Ellison
there wlll be a number of other prominent men Bt the opening of the exhibition and the opening of the new
highway.   Alderman Lynch yesterday
sloners James Mars. J. P.. and K. J.
C. Atkins. J, P., 2. The vote resulting in a tie. Reeve Barth threw his
easting vote into the negative scale.
J. S. Mackay. bar-is'er. Vancouver,
offered in support ot the applicant for
the license and Mr. Lifter of Adam S.
Johnston, New Weet-f'nster. on behalf
of ratepayers opposed to tbe grant
ing of the license. Both sides presented petitions for and asi'.inst, respectively.
Some preliminary objections to Hlf-
hearing of the apolication    on>   the -
ground  of   non   compliance  with   thc ���
statutory formalities were in-vestlgat-
cd ��nd bp'sheil aside.
Plans of the proposed hotel wwe -
submitted to the board and examine*. .
Mr. Mackay addresed the commission-
received a win- trom Hon. Thomas ers In supoprt of the application nt
Taylor, minister cf public works, stat- the license. He said Mr. C.uthier de-.
ing that the arrangements were satis- sired to build an hotel on lots 13, 14
factory and that there would be ajand 15. as shown on the plan, along
(Continued <w Page **.-*.l ithe Pitt river road.
Prospects Brighter
for Conference on
Home Rule Matter
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London, Sept. 2d.���The prospects of
a conference betv.-een members cf tht
Liberal and Unionist parties on thc
Irish question bave Improved considerably during the last few days, according to the Nation, which says it
is now almost certain tbe conference
ultimately will bo beld.
A significant point In this direction
was the visit paid to Belfast today by
James llryce, former ambassador to
the United States and at one time
chief secretary for Ireland. Mr. Bryce
left Belfast tonight for Dublin, but
said he probably would return to
Belfast to witness tomorrow's review
of tbe Ulster volunteers.
Leaders Discuss It
It is generally believed that the
Ulster question Is being discussed at
Brodick Bay, Scotland, by Premier
Asqulth and David lJoyd Oeorge.
chancellor of tbe exchequer, wbo cut
short bis continental holiday to meet
the premier.
Henry W. Maas'nSham, editor of the
Nation, declares In hli paper that he
sees nothing bnt chlld-st-sesntn aueh
a rebellion aa haa beea re-fleeted In
Sir Edward Carson's sptsebsa,
"There la no coaeeahssaC Mva
Mr. Masslngham. "����ea tt Om **-****���
ment were not tally tatamed, wfelak
they are.   they   coaM   pat  all   tbe
knowledge tbey
Mrtfr  byttalt
asking. For example,�� friend cf mia-a;
a journalist and a BtMnger in Belfast
witnessed on*%of the drills. The volunteers used dummy rifles.
Drilling with Dummies.
" 'What's the use drilling with dummies V my Trlend Inquired r.f a
patriot
"'We can not use rlflea,' the man
beplled. 'The government would seise
them.'
"'llut you have a store ot. thom
scmewhere V
"'Certainly, we keep them ir. that
building tliere with all the ammonV-
lion we want' was the reply."
Review Today.
Thc pre. aratlcr.s for tonorrow'i _
great review, of the volunteer, in BM-
fait are complete. All the brf��s*��.
stall' und regiment.il officers in th��
four regiments bave becn named a"*
-i.r Kdward Carson Is aald to be
suOic'.ontly recovered from bis Indfa-
pesltlon to receive the homage ot ble
follc*rrs, from tba reviewing staaA
Smidav being tbe anniversary at
Ulster day, special services ��W b��
held In moat ot tbe churches to tha-
Protestant district* The otflolal eaa>
memoratton aerrlees ,#01 be a-taa-ia*
by Uka oi!lcon et tho provta-aw. ����-
mweat   It will be beU ti Utator
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
SATURDAY, 8EPTEMBER 27, 1913
.iAr.e*.tte:t morning paper devoted ��o tin later ��������� of New Westminster ond
**a aZxT^lt. Pat-litltlXlerv morning e*ceot Sunday 5s ����. National PrtaWaP
tLnT^Lstno Oompa**, Limited, ol M McKeMie Slreet. VMS W��..mtn.ler. Brit-Ilk
mast MtxtStnn IP    V. j(obb aVTBBtKLASU. Mt*******  Wtrert-.r. I
��*?i'...��i..����"����< "K"-"** ��e oddre.ned to The Stie W_.imin.lBr ��������, n..rt Ml
y.TT: ���,,���,,���,,-, o/ l*. .(off.   C��eu*ee, draft-, and iwm.ii ontert tkoald be mads
hie tn  Tie Snt.owtl Printltiii and I'ublishnia Companv, Limited.
^JtmUPUOS'tt-*Basis*** Office ond _rfana��.r, ������; Kdiloriol Koomt lall deport.
"*�����_}lKW/f*nO-�� RATES���Bu carrier, 14 per wear, tl for ISrM m.ml*��, 40c per
m+yat*     Uf   ****li *8 I"* ****** ���**���" tf* month.
aXOVMstTISIllQ KATES on uppmollon.
SATURDAY    MORNING ,   CEPTEMEER  27.  1913.
SURREY 10 ACT
AGAINST G.N.R.
C.uncil  Warns Railway That Failure
to  Provide Culverts Will  Be
Subject of Protest.
COULD VERY WELL
DO WITHOUT WAR
GET   THE   HABIT.
Good morning, have you cleaned up yet? If not, why
not? This is Clean Up Day, you know.
Of course everyone knows Miss New Westminster
i-i having company next week. Not one of these little 5
o'clock pink tea affairs, but a swell big social function.
Many guests will be here at the exhibition she is giving.
Now when the folks come we just naturally must
have the house all dolled up. No dust in the corners, or
cobwebs behind the pictures, or empty beer bottles under
the sofa. "When company comes they don't say much,
but they notice a whole lot, and if any of the guests
happen to see the neck of a dead one peering out from
under the sofa fringe it would be a shame. They'd just
go right home and talk about it over the back fence,
and at the Ladies' Aid and pretty soon everyone would
rkiMJW that this big municipal house of ours is ill kept.
Think of that!
When The News went to Mayor Gray, Allan Purvis,
���.. A. Welsh and other local authorities on Thursday and
said, "What do you think of a Clean Up Duy?"
Mayor Gray, Allan Purvis, C. A. Welsh and ail
the rest said: "ft is some good idea and we
will help you make New Westminster look clean
and nice for fair week."
Now the mayor and the city health officials have and
are doing their part. Gangs of men yesterday cleaned up
most of the principal streets, and dusted and swept the
city. Today the mayor, still enthusiastic, is goinij to cut
his lawn, just to show his heart is in the right place.
But Mayor & Co. can't do it all. They need the help
���of every man, woman and child, before the city is ready
for reception day.
So today is Clean Up Day, and the folks will start
coming tomorrow.
Tt doesn't matter to The News whether von let tho
brick dust twins do the work, and you won't be asked
"Have you a little devil in your home?"; the main thing
i? to get the work done P. D. Q.. for company's coming tomorrow and on Monday and all the rest of the week.
That lawn mower and those hedee trimmers are awfully lonesome���and today is Clean Up Day.
t
Little drops of water
Little grains of sand
Make a mighty river
���Full of sandbars.
''Eastern Canada cannot ignore the Asiatic inmtigra-
tioi) question.   Already in British Columbia one man out
���of tncry five is an Asiatic.   If this be allowed to continue
hr>w long will the rest of Canada be free from thorn?"���
Kingston Standard.
At last, at last, it would appear that the folks on the
wrong side of the Rockies are beginning to realize that
we mean whut we say.
Thursday night's accident off the local waterfront.
when the tug Plunger and a Japanese cannery collecting
power boat collided seems to bear out the statements of
mariners of this port that many large Jan vessels carry
no Kcensed captain*. The circumstances of the collision seem to show that the man in command of the
-Japanese boat Avas in the wrong.
Throwi
How thine,:
But yet thc
fair ones g
so cheap?
A Host
charming
liner armed
blade. Tho
Italian citic
them. And
the weak-ol
ntr the javelin is the newest snort for women,
have changed since Carrie Nation departed!
militants are with us: why need the . thletic
. so far afield, with bricks and acid buttles
Dn paper says that a dozen college girls and
:hool teachers from Chicago came off an ocean
with swagger sticks topped with a nice steel
girls say they couldn't go a block in any of the
s without having fops following or accosting
so even sunny, romantic Italy is cursed with
ested, over-dressed ogling ones.
TOO SCARCE.
Life has its high and heydeys,
Its dready, drab and grey days,
But our complaint
Is that there ain't
A whole lot more of pay days.
���Toronto Star.
And yet again if we were paid in full-
Each morn when we awoke,
Just think of all the fun we'd miss
By never being broke.
Surrey council met at iho Munlcl- j
pr]   lull, Cloverdale, Saturday, Sep-
tember 20, at . p. tn., tlie reeve and
all  members beinK    present    txeopt
Councillor Brown.
The minutes of the previous meeting wrre read and confirmed. Com- ���
iiiiiiiii'.ailniisi were received as follows:
Krom Mrs Anna K. Tompkins, Kred
Klein and is others a peUtlon asking
lhat the Borgstrom road be consumed
to connect with the Mcl.ellan road to
enable residents tn have access wltb
waRrms who are contemplating building. Received. Council has no money available for the work so late In
tiie season.
Krom  lhe Westminster Trust company.   Ltd.,  liquidators   for   the   Peoples Trust Company, Ltd.. re the ap-
1 proval of plan of subdivision of blocks
j'! to 7 of ihe northeast quarter of sec-
;"*--i  ".1. 'rwnrhip '_.    Theae hr.d boen
approved Bome time ago. but for some
reason  were not  registered, and    the
Westnilnrter Trust company ask that
the  provisions of Ihe  present by-law
be waived in this case, and the plans
approved.     Received.     Council     cannot ?<*n iheir way clear to make any
exception in this case.
Prom Henry Harper, Hazelmere.
' st.itlu*_r thai he had cleaned nut his
j-iortion rf the North Bluff road as
Instructed.   Received.
Prom  Ladner ����� Cantelon acknow-
i ledglne  receipt of a letter from the
���nuiic'l  re Endersby and  statins that
jthey  were  endeavoring  to  straighten
nut the difficulties which Mr  Enders-
j by has with other parries.    Received.
Krom C. K. Bnllschwelller, general
: superintendent cf  plant.  B.  C.  Te'e-
l phone  company.   Vancouver,    statl'i?
that thrv had arranged to Immediately
mom the poles pn the Vale and Coast
Meridian rends: tint the poles would
.be moved cn the Vale road at their
j'-.vn evnense, but that those on    the
'Con*-'. Meridian road were out In under
; the apprevfll of the council aud be wnn
pt thn opinion that the council should
pav the o-st of moving same      Received and laid fer further Investiga-
ti.*-.
Fro'-i K. S. Withers, secretary Royal
Columbian hospital, Nev. Westminster, re cases -nf Infectious diseases.
[stating thai th<ir charge? rnr sueh
eases were ?*_ per day and they must
'"Ck   tn   the   municipality   to   protect
��� hem for this charge for any patients
from    the    municipality      Received.
���|"r'-  in  vvltp    Vancouver   Oeneral
���*    pits! nnd ascertain %hal 'h'*!r rate.-,
mllar e ires were.
Police Repcrt.
Prom A. I). Matheron, chlel of po-
I line,  enclosing his  report  for  month
��� '���   Vt'gust, all i ; ��� ' ort�� of l '��� ��� * "'hie
���Smith   Beach, Dr'nkwa'.cr and Asbeck,
the latter tendering his resignation as
a police constable, whicli was accept-
��� d     Ri celved.
Prom H. c. Hannlngton, Inspector
���f I'::;'! offices, Victoria, re petition
'i r ipecial survej of the Johnston
n ad, stating thai If the coui ��� ��� l wtshi d
to be male a pnrtv to this, a resolution i hi uld i .��� passed to th U effect,
ind the council would also be asked
lo guarantee the costs cf the special
* irvej Received and resolution
a . ni thnt the council be m ide a
urty to the petition, and  that   they
Id guar ".(' o all costs In c >nm *
ticn therewith.
I* n :-!   I.  H. Macneil, K. C . enclo ���*
'ng copy of blue print of plans   and
ipi -* ficatlcns of the White Reck sub-
way.
From  Burnett &  McQug in   ������. Ishit *
��� | i* *.'.* whal action tii" ci unci! were
going  to take regard in-'  lhe  location
of Lho disputed portion of the John-
ton  * tad.    Received,   clerk t.i ri ply
that  the attorney general was  * * n
���'. . d  for a special Burvey under thi
Special Surveys acl to determine the
'*���   :��� ct location of the road aad   ad-
Joinlng pn pi rty
Comply With Provisions.
Kr'oi Burnetl K- McGugan aud Harold Price & Co.. enclosing plans of
subdivision, whicli were returned In
lorder thai they mlghl bo made to
comply with the provisions of the by-
l ���-.   governing subdivisions,
iiu motion it was decided thai    the
council agree to exchange gravel    In
the lanes in blocks 1 . and 1", north nf
Ithe C  \  it   Porl Kells together with
the gravel in thai portion of Margarel streel between Roberts aud Brosd
'���'i>* for .'���! property In block 16 Bouth
of the r*. v it and sufficient property
in hlock 16 at fhe rate nf one    cub!"
yard nerth nf the truck for one gnd
one ' Ighth coble ranis south of   the
���'������;, it  nn  |.-*.,"-*v  belonglns  to    the
! Domini' n r.l'i/rd Cemenl   Pine '���nn,.
Innnv,    Pronertv to be taken in   block
Ifl mosl ������nit'He tn munlclnallt)
Ap:n*< ������-'������He.ii'  were made as    fot-
hows   1200 fer Town I. oad: Jl:1',
l'"r Manic- red   and T," inr digging
dltOh   i"l   the   Benfl   road   fr-r>i   feel   nf
I lllll  to logging dltCh,  w-rri  2, ;.-,,r  $500
for Camnt-ell River mad   ward 5
The clerk ���.-.*���'�� Instructed to write
th" r-e'.t N-Tthern raflwiy enmoany
���������wi id.'se iiieiw tiiat rs iio'  bad nnl
��� ii i* oet reefed tb" culvert under Ihajr
trncVj In nroper Fhape near Tvenhpart
station, the municipality were itoiot*-:
to take 111" matter nn with the rail-
wav commission '.���' their pert Rllilnc
nn I ark for an order In the matter
compelling the work to he dope, end
ill " m write the railway commission
���ie"-.r'l'nff|y.
Various  accounts   were   p-"Sfd   and
������-deed   nald.  for]   counc'1     lit' 'I     nd
jfiirned   to meet  i.'ain  Saliinlav   H.-.
inl'i-r  M   nt  ���; ���   ���,. ,,t  *Jsg  miiniclpnl
hall, Cloverdale.
Cicrctary uf Peace .Ccciety Points Out
Fallacy of Military Policy���T'."0
Danncr3 Beset ITrrpire.
Victoria, Sept. 86. "The British
empire Ib In imminent danger from
two classes,'' said Dr. W. Kvans Oar-
by of London. Kng.. secretary of the
Peace society, who is In the Olty.
"First It is in danger from the professional military people who are
strenuously endeavoring to Germanise
(or as we sin* in Bngland Vontineiital-
ize'i the British empire; and secondly, it in in danger from tbe financiers
and the great trusts which are pushing forward the building of dreadnoughts and the output of expensive
armament*. All thai the brier class
desires Is the spending of money,
spi iiding, spending. Tliey are interested parties."
Hr. Darby is here In Victoria on the
invitation of the Peace Society ot
Western Canada to make a propagandist tour for the purpose of establishing other branches of the so-io'y. The
leaders of the western society thought
the present time opportune for a visit
of one of the leaders of the great and
original society. Hence lhe Invitation was issued which brings the distinguished visitor to this city.
Time le Opportune.
"And in my opinion," said Or. Darby,
ithe time is more than opportune. Ilere
in Canada yen are just at tbe beginning of your development, you are at
Iiie parting of the ways and your
leaders will have to determine just
what is the line of your development."
"And   you   think,"   Dr.   Darby     ,\as
i asked,   "lhat   nations   can   get     along
'just as well without war?"
Wa;'   Unnecessary.
"1 am sure of It," returned Dr   Dar
by. "absolutely and entirely c< rtaln of
It. Norman Angell in his 'Ureal Illusion' has rendered great servico to the
cause of peace by pointing out the
fallacy of war on its eoonomlc side.
"The old maxim- 'if you want peace
prepare for war' -has been proved
fallacious times without number. Why
it Is a .contradiction of the greal law
of human action. Wp usually gel what
we prepare for."
Dr. Darby waa good enough to re.
count briefly lhp history of the Hoclety
of which lie has the honor to be sec-
n tary In sucOBSSIoq to Henry Richard, who filled the position for forty-
years, half of which time he was a
member for Wales In tiie Imperial
House.
"Tho I'eace society Is not lhe Kngllsli I'eace society, as some people
have called It," said Dr. Darby, "but
The Peace society. It has no limitations, lt Is the oldest'peace society
In tho world.
"1: was formed," he continued, "on
June 14, IMC by a young Welsh
Quaker at a time when Great Britain
was resting for the first time since
the advent of Napoleon o nlhe stage
of  Kurope.
"Kor fifty years at least it was 'he
only organization in Kurope. and then
a branch was established in Kriipce
with which Victor Hugo identified
himself.      He   was   president   of   the
International Peace congress
"To show ihat the sootetv Is still
as popular, if not more so. than ever.
I need only say that the society held
its record meeting last May in the
Mansion House, when the Lord Mayor
of London was in attendance.
"Our work consists mainly ln the
carrying on of popular propaganda.
the distribution of   peace   literature,
,and the holding of meetings."
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We also carry a stock o( Crushed Itock, Washed Gravel. Sand.
Lime, Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere.
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Phones It and Id.
M2 Columbia Street w.
SIR WILLIAM
SELLS SOME POWfR
MAST Of BEAVER
AS RELIC IN PARK
���Jai'.ir.oie  Company  Pnt.rs Bin  Con
traa fer  Power With  Bin   Men
In C.-i.-..ida
Toronto. Sept. 26.- Sii William Mackenzie ha** just eiosod an  Importani
agreement  with  the  Baltimore  Utlll
lea company by  which  he will sell
t*.*-:.i   16,000 horsepower of Canadian
��� <'.rif-ity.    The   pcwi r   Is   to  be  de-
livi t' i!  at  the  International  ' ne  I*.
the  Electrical  Development   cempanj
��� ' Ontario, which has its pli nt si the
;*'.i'is, to the Canadian-Au ���       n Pov
r oi:; i ration. i��  whicli compa
wll be distributed.
Mi:- im,  ii* rtri ri.  Grin ���' **i  .v*  Company, of N'ew I'ork, Ini! tlie contract,
ard  it  i**  propi -<-ii to ' mil illso It ;n
0,000 and escha ��� ��� ��� !��� r nn a ual
int of tin* Becurltici of a vi * :i i-
.   . ini;' ii tn Hoy companies which .i ���
���; ���  io amalgamate.    Thi s  li
v:.:.    tiie   Buffalo    l.i o'r porl   k   ftoeh*
-ht   mul   ohe   C$|lffaU    St   l_ako   'irle
.:..������:;,;;  one-, und enlarged worklnij
ments   *. Ith     the    Interna tlonal
tallv   *   coi.'. an ���   and   thi    ;*i i] osi d
I ;..:.-    r ��� !��� ctl lc H:ri'i:i>   d mpanj  ;ii
an      .i Ived
S >n *   Idea of tlo* [tnportanci  i    I hi
tract effected b    Sir William mtv
s    gathi red  froi i  thi   facl   Hi il   He*
T rcnto strei t mil \- :i ���>   uses Hi   Hi
:,' i    power, ih" Toronto lii'** trl
'   . * ���   ii -1 am   ' niv   27.000   and
���   j.'.,  Hs dro ��� lectiic    syi ti m    let
than SO.Oiiii horsepowi r
What ii queer old world this is. to he sure. Here whon
Thaw was in Coaticook one of his admirers had Jerome
jugged for playim. "freeze out," and now. according to n
press dispatch, "Thaw in court met Jerome's glances with
an icy stare."
If Emmeline Pankhurst would go arm in arm with
William Jennings Bryan what a drawing card they would
he on the Chautauqua wheel. Then if Huerta would follow them beating a tom-tom, the affair would surely ring
the knell of Mr. Barnum's three-ringed extravaganza.
ATTEMPT   ,0 MUPDER
CHINAMAN   AT   VICTORIA
Victoria,  Bert.    _<i    W'"ii  ����im t
��� ��� )��� 'i deliberate casu of a'.tonint',d
.,,...!,,. .,,.,...,.nt. r-�� i'-e .... ifanco
In "'o hi Hul cf Mm Hnt l/un.
Tiie in iur'd Chinaman lived In a
eiiiiin nenr the Esquimau & Nanalmo
railway, between Pour-Mile house and
Colwood, and was shot nt i o'clock
Thursday morning while wing In his
bunk
The utiiiek hml evidently been carried out by someone well acquainted
with tho premises, nn previously   a
li'-uil had been loosened by pr,vliiK
off. so ihat tlie hand could bo inserted
Willi ii revolver.
[RAffIC IN UQUOH
LICENSES CHARGED
Salesman   Mskea   Statemcr.t   Aguinst
Supporter- of  Roblin Government
���Chief Inspector Defendant,
Wlnnipci    Si pi    26.    A   tr ifflc    In
-Miii!.i"'. *i liquor 11 '".rit i '   allesi 'i In
*   *    ii    , h     ; :     \: 11 *
: ks           < . in ib,   .  al   ���     um *    np-
*. .-��� I nbl  i       eni.imnl  The
'    i.i.i to   i H    su '   :il* ���     vv.   W
1 .-'���'��� *      ��� *, * ;* f    Hi  i . ���    di 'Ier.  0
S,   ' i nm *. wholi sale  hi nl  and  shoe
dealer    V. 13   Plsher, polltl   il i rga i
-i .-   M, .1 lohnson,   lib I ie  . te In
ipi -tor I i tiie pro I ice, and I. Si itt,
'. i   .   i       ..ie    '   '  ���      ,     ,i,    ||i
An no'wi' y allogi .* thai he h td ."-;i
agreement with I'cltch, whereby h ���
was to gel ii wholesale Honor Herns'?
in Tranrcona, seven miles ".o of Wln-
nlpi ;*. for * hich lu- wns to pay (5000,
lhe nndorr'andlng being that this
would be t'n only license granted
there.    He sllrges  Urn   be  paid  the
j monev to l-'lr''or who "'is to acl as
���solicitor frr hl-mre' snd Veltoh, nnd
that he also was approached at dif-
ferent times hv r.ennnx, who i.< blub
l'n   the   councils   Of   tiie   f'oiiserv ill Ive
|part}  here.
A |'i ��� ���'"��� ../i'^ i,- mil to tb" Trans
cono Wlno A s'ptrit company, whieh
Arnowpliy -i!le-_e.s -vis per.urwl on the
' -it-i ".:'"- of Ills iippllril' -n nnd petl-
tlm       lie   e'uir'.os   ef,ni*]iir ley   lo   pre-
���-,���t I',* if ne ' ' t) license to him, und
suns for Hft.000 d-tn-"*;"* and ���In"
asks for ropaymenl of money given
to I onnnx, Publication of the state-
menl of ei'.iui lum e.|,-,e,i i-yinstder-
ni ii* rensatlon In political circles,
MIMICKEC   -ROUIPT' :
SHOT VV COVPAN'ON
PivrttevI'le, III., Kep' E8. P!dward
Haffler mado a noise Hl<" a squirrel
and wis shot by a fellow hunter, Herbert Brouhnd, whom he attempted to
tool.
Attricted by tlifl bark of n "simlr-
r' I " lln iiliun ��iiw a twig moving In
n realistic way and fired point blank
Bt them.
Hafflor threw up his handl, ���'--
olslmlng: "You've got me, Herbert!"
n-1'! fell uncotliclous,    lie muy nol. re-
01 Vl','.
Pari of Ancient Vesce! tc  Bc  rrcc'.erf
in C'.anley Pjrk���Tr.-^ic Wiping
Out  of  Fa-nily.
Vancouver, Sept _n Another historic- relic wlll be added to Vancou.
ver's collection noxi month with tbe
erection ol the mam of t ie steamship
ii' iver .u Stanley park. Tin* Hudson's
Ca) companj Is erecting ilns nno-i In
Lhe part al ow a expi use. it will
be Bd tec high and srlll be sot In eon
i ��� * . thi plat! im being surrounde l
: . ranlte sti ps. On the side of tin
;���' le .'��� 'il ;. , i ic *l .i bronzes tabli t
. . .��� the following Inscription:
"This flagstaff was the m.'.-st of thi
.-i ii,-;. ii;j Heaver, built by the Hud
.-:���_:i'.-i I,.v.. company at Blaokwellon-
Thames, Engl id, 1836. Launched b)
ii:- Majestj King William iv no
lirsi Btoamship to como around Cape
Horn. Sank al Prospecl Point, Stan
ley park, July 26, 1-- Eri cted bj
tbe i'i,!.. n's  Da)  compan i. Ool I   i
mv
Il Is expecti d thai th ** ;���' !���* ���*   I I
In pirn*.* b) iin* tti ddle ��� I nexl mi * lh
thi   location    I      ���   i    u    'he Qui * *
Victoria menu *
Tragic Cl ���
'i hi  11 iglc out of   fl
Im rs i f tl;** Vaglli   '  i   ly at Dav
' ti Jul.. *t of la-' year   ������������ ben < ne
.*  ' roth or i seized .  run and   hoi bl
f .ir bn ther    lead,' later turning |h<
������ apoi   on himself,   rua i     lied
ui ���'���-. *  11 url   ch *; bi i     thl    i
ii  .     In ;   . hai Ii * Ma Donald   ippeai
i    -. boh ill cf Ell  ���    '��� ���       *. thi    ' !
Burvli  r ol the family.
Mr   MacDon Id     ipla     6   tl ,:   Ell
jiih \:, ������ ' , toi   thi .*    . ih his le  '
- :ii< i:. o�� ni d a pleci   nl pri pi rt)    al
Burnab).   On l.eeen l" *  i I '��� ��� ���  VII eri
died Bnd as ell the cthei     on  iers of
tho famll)     \i ��� pi   Elijah   wero > 1 ��� :������!
thi re '������  re no holrs    Mr.  '-lii Ilonal I
ask< il lor an order i I the coui:   illow
Ing Elijah Vagllo to exi cute a d led i i
himself i) the property for reg
tlon  purposes     Mr. Justice  Morrison
gi ui  *l ihe order
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
MUSIC.
miss r JACKSON. riANni-'oui i:
'lVinii-1. Tcrttu nwdoraU; ���;���"��� Blackie
Si . Phone ko��. i KOOfl
MUS. C. C. KISIIKK. TfiACHlCR OF
pUwoforte, hnrtnony tu\t\ rinttiwK Pu-
plln nucOMnfuly prepared for cxamlnu-
tim. Id u. ,\. if, and R. C. M. Kor ternu
apply ffD3 Third avunuv.
.:i-. i.i.!,\ C n,\i:i��v, TKAfiiKi: ok
PlnnoforU.  :4'.'.  Kaary St., New Wtrnt*
SIN3IN3 AND VOICE PRODUCTION
MAflOARKT A. OROVBB, PUPIL OP
th<- Iau* Prftfewwr Minn UaobeUi,
Principal "f lhp ''.imw Collme <>r
MuhIc, ;ui<t ProfriwM QTOMland ffitnr, of
t.ie QlHBffOW Atli'-nn-Mim. \t**t;n \n Inti-
mats thai ih< will nrcepi <> tvfi pupllii
hi ilnidng und ��� *���> <��� ��� production. Bt*
t''i_>*t.i m p#*rtolrc nr hlgfc clam noon
im t-mum. ca|j or w.f<- to lit"* Hamilton    ���'
Bank of Montreal
KSTAHMHHBD 1817
CAPITAL (Psld-Up)  ....$16,000.000 00
RESERVE   f 16,000.000.00
Bronobes throuithout Canada aud
Newfoundland, and lo Loudon. Ens
land, Now York, Chicago and Spokane
U.S.A., niul Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letter*
of Credit issued, available with cor
respondents In all parts nf Die world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of tl and upward
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent pet
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $186,000,000.00,
NEW WE8TMIN8TEB BRANCH,
0. D. BftVMNBit. Monster.
_,-.
DANCING.
MISS M. RH.'KWOOt), TBACHER OP
Dancing Bnd CallHthenlcs, wlll vla-H New
Westminster once i wstk, Cliusss lm
inline Writ.- i.r nnpty for particulars
al Oower ll-ui;". Kornby stroet Vancouvi - 1104*11
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT
ll.   J.   A    BURNVTT,   ADDITOH    ANI
Ai iintant. TsL  It   til. Room (, M >'i
Blo<*
p H Bmltt w .!. OrovH
AWI-ITORK anii ACCOUNTANTS.
Work undertaken in ulty and ootsldi
points. *.'lt-l_ Wsstmlnstsr Truat Mus
Phons   I'll      P.  O.   llos   607.
MOUNTED  POLXE
DIGCriACE   UNIFORMS
Lethbridge, Alta., Sepi 26
folli . In enteni es were mi ted
i , the members of the local It N
m p force Implicated In t ie re
drunken fru'';m al Macleod >���'
Venus    .i.i n duced to Hi" rank
nstablo, riii"d $2s. Constable
li-rn wpi- fined 121 Constable t'i
111- -us fini d $10 in each c iss
ttiimni was recommended
I'hi'
i ut
\v
cent
orgt
or
Up
rru-
illx-
FRATERNAL.
ni'i:i:n.'I'|ii.v.m. stkam AND hi .i:
'��� *ik Ch^i-i-*. ii-. I...- il (42, nr' !- In
i ��,, Temple every in-' and third
Tliuhdal "f Hi" inimii 11 Mi l..i ������-���iilin
, n -i.i. nl W. C. Saunders, i en :,u-..
I*   O,  11'"i 63-
NKW WI-'.>1*.-.|IVSTK" I.ODI1I-: !Jl) *
II ti P O "f Rtkn nf lt��� ll of <*.. mm
tii�� firsi nn.l thl-d Thursday nt S n m
K. ..f r> Han. KlKhtli street A tv.-|i
Hinv. Blttlted Hliler. P. It. Bmlth, fr*
r. 'nry
1. ii n >!.. NO. M4.���MKKTS Ot
flmt, teetin,] thlnl nnd fourth W.-'ln-"*
day in each mnu'li nt s p rn.
In die M,>,--,. Home. II J l^-mny
dictator; )-. K. J��n,.��. seofetary
I'.ml-lii.ti l.-n, of Uulme ),, ���**'.. H(un��.
r.iriK-r nf  l-'innlh and CanMrvOn StrestS
1 O, i> P. AMITY LODOB NO n���Th
regular i,.'"-tir.K of Amity todtr*' Ni
a. i. o i) p., le held svery Mends
nktn ni s n',-li��-k In Odd Pellows' Hnl
i corner I'u'-n.irvon nnd Kl��l>tli i.fr*-*'t��
visiting hr.-thi-rn cnr'!':��'lv Invll,--'
It A Merrlthew. no *. II. W. BaogsUr,
v f,.. w c Ooethsm, P. <�� reeoe,
lng necretarv   j, tv. MaeDonai-d, flnon-
.-tal   m-rr.-iTV
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
\v I-; PALBfl���Pioneer Putersl Dlr<wto
and Bmhttlmer, S1li-Slli Asuee etree
opposl^   ''nrnegle Library.
a  nnwKi.1.  imiacisssoR to own
t,-r Ik lliinnn. Ltd I- ��� Ir'in'*ril tilraetl**
.���"I emhslmsra Pnrtnm 406 -nolumljli
etrret.    N<-w   Weetmlneter.     PhAflS   911
BOARD  OF  TRADE.
BOARD Ol*" TRADB���NEW WRSTMtN
tier Board nf Trede meeta tn tbo heart
imiiti, i'ltv Hull, ne follnwe: Third Pri
'lev of "Huh tn-nnih: quaHsrly me,^lnt
nn it-,* third Prldnv of February. May
AilKilef nnd Nov^inher et fl p.m. Ap
nu-,1 rM.-tln-ri. nn 'he tnlrd V'rlilev n
F'hrnniv.   C,   M.   Htun>-t   Wade.   anrr.
FALL GOODS.
Call and inspect our fall
lines and new fall styles antf
place your order now.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Only iiiuitb i mouth to gel summer
tourist tlokets iit reduoed rates,   Ob-
m rvatloii, tourist and diniiiK cats on
i.ll llirouRh triilns. I'or reservation's
and ratal apply to
V.. OOULET. AKent.
Nsw Westtnlnst^r
II, W. BlioniE, O, P. A.. Vancouver.
SYNOPSIS   OF   COAI.   MININO   KS
(JULATIONS.
'"sc an  Acnd-tnt
[li " rs Ferrj. Id iho, .;> pt, 28 John
Cn v. I; the man who was ������* Ith Wll
Hani Ores when ho 'w-skIhi yesterday,
Burrondered himself to lhe marsha'
Ih'i- nnd vvhm turned rvi-r to Sheriff
Homer, who .-.ret a brief examlontlon
Into the faets surrounding tlw killing
concluded thai the diseased hnd accb
den tiy discharged thi gun he oarrlrd
hv snttin", i' down ' i-'-'iii.i on tha ml
r"nd triicli. The sheriff allowed .lohn
Crown to uo ai large, a*, there was
no i*-.id"nr'i agalnsl him, The hal
irt v   ���"  b-iii  :i  hole  through  lhi
��� and tin* ' in..'11 -.-.a:; Bplll on the
rlghl side, The I. illel bud out a hir?'
brio in tli" nl." II  The doocaned Insyns
a wlfo nml I -*-ii llttlo i-'iildri "i. b'''1'!"*-
��� i.-'tiii'i* umi parents to mourn his
di a th
BPE01I1CATI0N8,   AORRBMBNTH   OP
Ri,le. Oi'^iN. Buelnees l^ttere, etc.: oir-
mlqr wnrk epeelnllet. All wnrh etrlctl)
nmfldontliil. H. Bnrry. room 41S Wnet-
mlnetr-r Truet WIS     Phon,* 11)2
PROFESSIONAL.
f-OItnoiILD. ORANT 4. McCOI.L, BAF
iIkiith Fnlleltora, etc 40 itornr fttree'
New WestmlAstsr, O. B. Oor*)ould. V
C.    J. It   Orent.    A. E. MeColl.
n��."T  PARnO'p  ?>VE8
"'OMAN   FROM   D~ATU
'" ol ". Si ;ii. :.''!     A pel I nrroi
 i"i the Hf' of M'-s  .1   m. Warner
"i'i 7th street.s, nsrlv today, whon Its
cries brought neighbors to tho bouse
Mth. Warner waa found unconscious
fr"in KHH poisoning,    Mh" wnn revived
by the pulmotor nnd rushed to the
cily hospital, where sho Is lu n orltl-
can condition,
The gas escaped from tho kitchen
range,
Three canaries 'n the bndroom woro
found dead, but tbe porrol %.*;is very
inuoli alive.
ADAM HM.rtH JOHNSTON. BARRI8
i' -, t-liiw. eolieltnr. etc. Telephon-
I * f'ehle nddrees ".loiiniten'
r��,i,., "Weetrrn ttnlon." Offlcen, BU'
!il'..-k. 662 rmuinhla street, New Wes*
mlneter. n. C
WIIITKHIDR. BDMONDB �� WHtTB
el.to ��� Hnrrlnlere nnd Bollellore. Wesl
rlnrler Truet Blk., Coliimhln e'reet
N-w weetmlnfltsr, B, 0, Oftnls eddrne
"Whlteslrte," W'��i��rn tlnlen. P. I*
IVfiw.'t* UHe. Teli'Dlione SP W.
Whlteelde. K. t*���; M. L. Bdiimnds, I
Whltesld-s.   I
 f���	
J. Srtl.WKLL OI.I'TM. n��rrl.tf.r-��l-l��.
sotlatton, etc.: corn'*r Columhl ei
MrKenrle efr-^nifl. New tT|.etr*.n-i.'
B. Q   P. O   Dos- JI J.    Telephoi"    Tl
 	
COAL MININO rights of the liomlnloa
In Munltoba. Haaliatchrwaii and Allxirta,
the YUkon Territory, the Norihwint T��r-
rltntlee nnd In a portion of th�� Provlnos
of HrlilHh Columbia, may be leased for a
term of twenty-one yenr* ut r.n ttnnual
rt-ntnl of II an acre. Not mot.' than tfttt
ticr,-��� wlll he leaeed td one ui't'M. ,m
Appllciitlon for a leaae must he made
hv the applicant In peraon to ths As*nt
nr Hub-Aent of the dlatrlct In which the
righta applied for are altuated
In aurveyed territory the Innd muat be
rt.-errlbrd by aectlona, or legal nub-illvt-
Ntona of aectlona, end In iineur .->...�� territory the tract applied for eluill bt
etaked out hy the applicant hlmaelf.
I'.ueh iiri'Ueiill'jil mutt be *ii'.>'ilpanln4
hy a fe.< of IB Which wlll be refunded tf
the righta applied for are nut uvHllablt,
leit not otherwlae. A royuliy .hull hs
paid on the merchantable output of lht
mine at the rate of five centa per ton.
The peraon operating the mine ahall
furnlah the Agent with awern returns
accounting for the Cull qunntltv ef mer-
i-luintahlo coal mined and pnv the royalty thereon. If the conl mining rights
ure net lielng operated euch returneahould
be  formatted at  teaat onoe a year.
The leaae wlll Include the cenl mining
righta only, but the leaaee wlll he permitted to put-Chan* whatever available
���io face righta may be oooaldered neceaaary for the working of tht mint at tht
rate of IIO on acre.
Por full Information application ahould
he mnde to the Becretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to an?
Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORT.
Deputy Mlnleter of the Interior-
N. II.���Unauthorised publication of this
ndvertlaement will not be paid for.
Westminster
Transfer Co*
Office Phong IH.     Barn Phong 117
���egble Strait.
ttaggage Deliver** Promptly to
any part ot ths olty.
1 iijbt and Heavy Hauling
-���TV or MEW WFSTMINSTM.Br.
J.   P.   HAMPTON    HOLE.    BARRIHTtn'
Solicitor    rftid    Notary.   Offlcee     I la'
I |,   2D  Lorne   etreet, New Wealml'
Bier,  B. O-
Mi-QIIARItlB, MARTIN * 5#-*"*??,
Bnrrlelera and Bollcljora. HC to ill
Weatmlnater Truat Bl-Mk. O. B .Mer
tin. V". O. McQuarrie and Ooorgu I
Cassady,
, PO. p.ox 34 Dally News Bldg.
J. T   BURNETT'S PRINT SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
' ''rices rlgli'.   Satisfaction risrsnteed.
69 MiiKensI* SL
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SATBRDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
-m.rm^mf*"* *a*eZ*i**J*a��~**-' ~
PAOt   SlVfN
Application of Interest
to Legal Profession
Landholders and  Lawyers    Watchinn
Nice Point of Law Brought
Defore Justice Clement
IJesty and nil iki-hoiis whomsoever,
Mr. McQugrrle made application In
ihe usual way to reglstor the declaration of title but received notice from
the registrar thut be would not regis-( _,  ._
iter the application on account of ihe und marketable
Interest to amendment to iho land registry act'
landholders{of lum -shkIoii of tbo legislature. This
cf the province whs made on WJednes- amendmenl  was by  way of addition
An applloatlon of great
the legal profession and
day to the honorable Justice Clement
In chambers by Mr. McQuarrie, of
McQuarrie, Murtin a Cassady,
I'p to this year ll bus been customary to "quiet" tlie titles of hind pur
cbaied gl tax sales wltb a declare
tion, nm1,, when the declaration was
obtained from the oourt, to register
It uiul i iiiain a certificate of Indefeasible title
Karly in the present month, Mr. Mr
Quarrie, on behalf of C. and Q. Newman. Surrey, obtained i declaration
under   lhe   QuietliiK  Titles   act   from
Mr. Justice Morrison. This deelaratl .     -���-.
was in Um- form prescribed by the uct beiB by petition
and   certified   thai   Messrs.   Newman
in section Ii4 of the act which section prescribes the mode of appeal
by any per���on dissatisfied with any
act, omission, refusal, decision, direction or order ot the registrar of titles.
This Section originally nad aa follows: "li uny person be dlanatlsfled
with any uct oiiiIksIoii, refusal, decision, direction, or order of tlie registrar or examiner of titles, such person may require the registrar cr the
examiner of titles to set forth In writ
liiB under bis hand the ground of such
act, omission, etc,, and such person
mi may then apply to a judge lu chain
^^^^^^ . setting forth the par
tlculurs and the grounds of his dissat
appearing  upon  such petition as  he
may see fit."
i he  amendment  of  this  year  waa
made by Inserting  the  loilownig proviso ut the end of the section:    "Kxcept as  In  section  50,  provided  the
registrar shall  not  iH*sue  any  certifi-
icate of title under an order of coun
unless such order declares that It has !
been proved to thc satisfaction of the
court that the title of  the person  to i
j whom the certificate of title Is direct I
ed  to issue has  been  found  upon  In- |
vesication  to  be  a  good   safi-llGld.li*;
title."
The district registrar alleged that
this amendment prohibited him from |
issuing a certificate of indefeasible
title under the declaration of Mr. jus
tice Morrison pusuant to the Quieting
'lilies act.
Willi this decision Messrs. Newman
didn't acquiesce und appealed to Mr.
Justice Clement.
11. C. Ilanningtun, Inspector of legal oftices, came over from Victoria
to represent the land registry authorities, the hearing of the application
having been adjourned on two previous occasions, In order to allow film
personally lo be present, the appllca
tion being regarded as paramount itn
THIS DISTRICT DOES
WELL AT VICTORIA
Horses From Ladner, Lulu Island, etc.
Carry Off Prizes at Victoria
Exhibition
Vlctorlu, Sept. 20. -Outaider_ won
most r th' awards In the light horses,
judging cf which has been completed
at the exhltion, In standard-bred
alcne did Vancouver Island make a
good showing and In this class H. Fui-
lerlon, Walter Millingtou and J. Wol-
tendon divided the honors. The thoroughbreds, consisting mostly of tli-
lioihes entered In the race meet, were
of good quality. The standards aia.
wtre fair, but the beal class were lae
hackneys, lhe competition was very
much stronger in this class, especially in the brood mures, where the
Judge, John A. Turner, of Calgary, de
tilm
were  legal   beneficial  owners   In   fee  isfactlon;   and   thereupon   the   regls-
Slmple in  possession of the lands In  trar or the examiner of titles sliall be
question free from Incumbrances. L'n- served wllh such petition, whicli said
der   provision  of  the Quieting  Titles  petition shall state th
act it Is required that a declaration of  for lhi
Ilils  kind  sliall   be  registered
land   regis!')-  office, and    ^	
registration   shall   be  conclusive  and order lp the premises as the clrcum
the  title declared  therein  deemed
a true und correct title
i I the declaration
^^^^^^      hearing thereof: and Ihe said I that could possibly b
in  the judge shall have. Jurisdiction to hear ^^^
after  such  the.said petition, and sliall make such
I regarded as paramount im- IJJJjg -jjjj ���"  "^  tjle -,aHl ���.,
porlance from a land registry stand- flcuUy )n reach|ng g ^f^
Mr. McQuarrie argued that the 1913 !,  ���s TilT*)*?��� T Tl ^'^ !
amendment to section 114 did not ap-  "'   ��>e   Clydesdales,   Mr.   Savage
ply to a declaration of title Issued under   the   Quieting   Titles   act,   which
and place j gave  tlle  holder  the   very   best  title
to  stances of the case may  require and
. ....j from the date  ai  the  judge  may  direct,   and   make
us regards his ma- such order us to costs of the parties
2ft>vd
Beware of the beauty that's only
paint deep. Performances, not
promises, measure the worth of
an automobile. "Beauty is as
beauty does," and the Ford car
has a record unmatched in the
world's history. By that record
you should judge it.
Six hundred dollars is tlie new* price of the
Ford runabout; lhe touring car Ib six fifty;
the town cur nine hundred .ill f.o.b. Walkerville, Ont, complete with equipment Oet
catalogue and particulars from the Fraser
Valley  Motor Co,, New Westminster, !'..('.
had.   Ile point
and   lhe  Canadian      ^^^^^^^^^
' ship  as  well   a.<  the  A.   B.  C.   prize
��� for  tlle  best  exhibit  of  horses   bred
^in   liritish  Columbia.    The  hor-semen
who witnessed the judging commented
.on  the  way   in   wblch   the homebred
..cattle  came  out  In  competition   with
., i,,  ... ,i,i !,-,.,_. Ithe very  best outside  stuff that has
. i ne woutu nave  . ,, ,,,,,.
: oeen all over the circuit.   One prominent person from east of the Heckle
stattd that liritish Columbia had tal
Jen a prominent  place in  tlle pToduc
j tion ol Clydesdales of quality as this
exhibition had shown. The province
was most suitable for wetting the Iks,.
iof results in this class.
In the Shires the competition wos
not so keen, although an evcellent
class of ytock was exhibited. Alex.
Davie, of Ladner, with his big string
cl fine useful animals made the best
showing.
CHARGED THAT  LIQUOR
GETS  AWAY  WITH
HIM
... H. BUCKUN,
Pres and Qeai. Mgr.
N.  UKAitUHLKK,
Vice-President
W. f H. UIJCKUN,
6ec. oAd Trees
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ud.
MANUFACTURERS OF
rir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 end Hf?
iu the Clydesdales, Mr ^^^^^
Westham Island, winning out for the
highest honors after close competition with J. McMillan, cf Lulu Island.
These two, and Capt. Watson, of Dun-
ed out that on the application under,^n' won ,he '��aJ��rit>; ��' prizes. Capt.
the  Quieting  Titles  act.  the  title  0flHatB0"   won  the  male  championship
; his clients had been thoroughly inves- and  lb,!  Canad'an   temsie cliampion-
tlgated and that the dcclaraticu  wa-i
made  In  the  form  prescribed  by  the
act  and  should   not   be   altered.    He
further  said   that  if this  amendment
did apply it would mean that if a per
sou did obtain a declaration under
'��� 'he Quieting Tltt^^^^^^^^^^^
iio  make another application to tlieir ~~ -���--���-      _   _...   ��� - __,
I -null  to have bis title declared to b. !i,.tnV,IH;rsi?nt.1_r,?,n.,.ef.sl1.0.���,lf;.e fi^*?
l   gocd,  stteholdtng  and  i.iarketable  " ""
title ,which  would    be    absurd    and
] -vilest i'li reason and common sense
lealdes Involving useless cost to pro-
\ n rty   owners.     Mr    McQuarrie   also
���I'lend'd   tha'   tin    :**-k ��� dm' nt   o.i'y
tpplled to appeals which bad becn taken   undi r  section   111  to  a  juiigC  in
. chambers.
(r  Hannlngton, in opposing the ap-
liciticn.  held   tliat   the  1HK1  amend-
mi m did apply to the Quieting Title
,i* t declaration and thai the torin of
��� ���li  declaration  would  have    to    1. ���
: .mended by the judge so as to include
j !hc words   "good safe and marketable
j title" before a certlflcatfc of Indefeasible title could be Issued.    He explain
| ed that  If the application  bad  been
tor an absolute tee a certificate   of
I title could be issued at any time.    Mr.
Hannlngton rained no objection what
ever to the, validity  ot the  title  and
���tatcd  rliat any  future declaration  of
title under   tlle  Quieting    Tiller     act
I wculd have  to  be amended  10 as  to
Lcemply  with  the  l-iitul   Registry  net.
At tiie conclusion of Mr. Banning
. i u's argument, Mr. McQuarrie. lr,
tourse 'l his reiilv. asked lf he on-
lerstccd Mr. Hannlngton to say tha'.
.. certificate of absolute fee would t.
-s id at en. time to hi.< c'ietit.
Mr Hannlngton demurred to thl*
������' lissic'i aud was not quite sure thai
!i     would be the care.
Mr, McQuarrie reminded hlm of bis
'  latement but Intimated that possibly
i Mr.  Hanniugton  -did  not mean  what | . _     	
*\*)i* Bald, WOMEN  MAY NOT WORK
��� :    Justice  ciin-.c-.il    Mr.    Hannlngton AFTER SIX IN THE EVENING ;
Mstinctly stated  thai a certificate    . 	
ibscluta i e would be issued and for     Portland,  tire, Sept. 26.���The    In-
.   :,, Bake cf argument Mr. MoQuar-Ho. Idustrlal welfare commission of Ore-
���ou may in!-." ii that he meant what gon has ad'.;.ted a ruling, which will
he sa.'d. Ii-i', me a law   Novembei  88, fixing a
Mr. McQuarrie thereupon | dnttd minimum wage cf Ji'.'.T, if week for
ul that the 1918 amendmenl dd not Iadult women clerk* who .trc not ap-
-.,. i i) certificates ot Indefeasible prentices; denning eight hours and
ill" of anv kind and that If Mr Man- twenty minutes as the maximum day's
ilngton admitted that be Would ssue work and 50 hour:-- as ihe maximum
��� certificate ol absolute title hc was [0r ., week, and making ii p.m. as tlie I
li.uiy out of court latest  hour that  any  woman  may bn ,
Mr.  Hannlngton  hastily  declaimed employed on any day In tlie year In
'his interpretation und udm'lled that Ia mercantile establishment
ie did in I  mean whal he had said X!,,,  orde"  iiiitrinailcallv cliniiimt-es ;
lie now affirmed tliat no certificate | Saturday  night  shopping and Christ-:
i    Wallace.    Idaho,    Sept.    26.���State
Senator  Walter  II.  Hanson today  filed a petition in the district court asking tliat a  warrant  be issued for th'
detention of John Dolan, who resigntii .
as county assessor last Saturday and j
iUut he be given an examination be.
foro  tlie  courl  under the  reeer'   -.ct j
of  the  legislature   that provides   that I
persons addicted to the u_e Of in toxicants-, or ether drugs to excess  mav
he brought  into court and  upon conviction may be confined tn cne of tht
slate asylums for treatment.
Mr. Hanson, in his prtit'on. Btates
that Dolan, having lost control over
his appetite for liquor, wltlv it proper treatment being enforced pon
him, will never regain his self control.
| An order has been issued by Judg?
Woods requiring Dolan lo appear before   hlm   tor   examination.
I      A BOON TO
r title could be issued.
Justice   Clement  reserved   his  do-
i.-O'h. r-inuirklng that the point waa
i ir'*** ine and re-quired soma oouBld
Bration,
mas night shopping in such establishments. Some department store pro-
prletcra protested vigorously, bat <n
vain. One department store ow-er
helped frame the ruling and defended
it warmly.
  t-t-n iPUBS FOILED
PRAIRIE PROVINCES { by mounted police
HE   TALKED   WrATHt-**!
Suit
CP.R. Ready Made farms
More than 9,000,000 acres good Canadian Pacific
Railway Company land in British Columbia, "Sunny
Alberta," Saskatchewan and Manitoba awaiting the
magic touch of tillers' art to blossom as the rose.
All C. P. R. land for sale on new
TWENTY YEAR COLONIZATION
PAYMENT PLAN
$2,000 will, if desired, be loaned settlers for farm improvements.
For descriptive literature and settlers' transportation rates call on or write the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Official Land Selling Agents.
D. E. Brown, Hope & Macaulay
Sang Which Stole Twenty Horaea In
One Month Broken Up���Anlmala
Mostly   Frcm  Dakota
Ambrose, N. IL. Sepi. 26.-Out of
the twenty-four horses Belted by the
Canadian   Mounted   Police  near  ICste
.  I.Ill' u     ,..,..-      ..._,.      	
_. . t i       .-_t     .     ���        '.OIIOWIUK     ..,.-     ....
have   been   identified  a.  ccurt ..^ing ?2tr,
Actident Victim Contest Doctor's
at  Spokane
Spokane, 9epL 86, T, W. Joivs
who received $.r,oo datnojea from the
oltv for Injuries received wheu he
! was hurt when aiding In constructing
the Monroe atreet bridge, teetlfied before .lodge li. E. Siillvaii that he d 1
not believe ba ghonld pny Or. S. S.
Oponhetmer for certain medical eer-
v'r-po. lie teBtlflefl^that tlie physician
did not "prescribe but just talked
ubout the we-athir."
i.r. Oponheltner, who attended Jones
following  tho   accident,  uppeared   '"
<&*��&.
STANDARD
49Lfis      ^t^mQ
Bread - making
a feature of
contest
the fair
Are you entered for the $15 first prize? Anyone who can bake at all
stands a good chance to win because the rules say that Royal Standard
Flour must be used. Royal Standard, you know, eliminates all hardship
and worry from bread making. You are bound to bake a splendid loaf.
To get into the prize winning class, you must exercise more than ordinary care, that's all.
ROYAL STANDARD
hour
Just as soon as the housewife learns all the facts about Royal Standard,
she is satisfied with no other. She argues that it is ever so much better
to use a flour that has actually baked delicious bread Before it comes to
her kitchen. At the Vancouver mill the Royal Standard people employ
an expert who does nothing else but test grain samples, grind the:._ up
into flour, and then make the flour into bread. Only bread that any
judges the world over would pronounce perfect in appearance, flavor and
texture passes muster. The grain is analyzed, the milling methods are
analyzed, the bread is analyzed. Science leaves nothing to chance. You
get a fine batch of bread, first, last and all the time.
First Prize $15���Save the Coupons
Even if you don't win first prize, you might win the second of $10.00.
The only thing to remember is that you must submit to the judges, when
you go up for vour prize, the coupon which you will find in every sack
of Royal Standard: also the name of your dealer. Gei b-isv! You don't
know what a good baker you really are until you have tried Royal Standard.   Call up your grocer for a sack now.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ud.
JAMES W. HALDON, Local Manager
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
i
if-1.
Hay and Straw Warehouse
and Dock, Front and Sixth
Street.
TELEPHONE
NEW  WESTMINSTER
1435
Office, Fleur and Cereal
Warehouse. Tenth Street,
adjoining   Kelly,Daugla-b-
iii
van.  twelvv.   ..	
belonging la North Dakota farmers.,
having beei, stolen blnce August 1, |
anil today several other tanners wenl;
Ki EateVan In an attempt to Identity
lhe lini-iH. The capture recently of
\\. J. Huff, anil IiIh sentence of tirec
years hns effectually broken up a
minx cf four horne thieves, The other
three BJoaped. They had arranged to
posture the horses t.elied on hv the
Canadian jiollce and when Puff was
arrested they left the country, abandoning their horses. Under the plan
used thc horses were stolen In North
Dakota, and rushed across the Canadian boundary. Over twenty horses
were stolen during August In this district.
MARRIAGE  SAVES WOMAN
FROM  CEINQ DEPORTED
ANEW STORE
Rentals, ColUetlont.
Alberta Farm Land*.
LIMITED
Rial Eitatl, Mortgage Loan*, Inturam.*
ft. C. Farm Lands. ^	
585.7-9 GRANVILLE STREET VANCOUVER
Phono toy. 1887.
Victoria, Sept. 26.���There was a
prolonged argument yesterday before
the chler justice on the application
(or a writ of habeas corpus on behalf
of Mrg. __illl'.in Woodhouse. who as
Roma Oraham haa been tho subject
i' lengthy legal proceedingt in Van-
nouver In tho efforts of the Immigrate mtlf-rltles to deport her.
D. 0. Micilonnell represented the
���������email r-.id the Immigration authorities   were   represented by W. C. A.
lUt'-Me.
The chief Justice held thnt the wnmnn by her marriage to a Canadian
"citizen became a Canadian cltlren, and
could not he deported from her own
country. The fact that, the proceedings were begun by the authorities
before the marriage did not affect tho
case ag her subsequent marriage
cured that.
Attorney L. F. Chester represente--
Jones and declared that the phytHtin
iking %'i', for eraminlng the de-
defendnnt and un addltloeal 125 tee
taking the witness stand at thc liinl.
Do you mean to,tell the court thi'
all physicians chant" thel' pftttft"^
$-5 for exniiiinins them and $25 for
testifying for them," asked  attorney
Chester.
"I consider that a reasonable fee
for an expert witness," announced the
phytlcian.
The ease was enlarged.
FRIEDMANN'S FIRST
PATIENT  IS  DEAD
l.nndoi, Ont., Bept. 2R.��� In the
death et Melbourne, Ont. of Krnept
Onmnheii. a yonnir d'vlnlty student.
Dr. Friedmann Inrt )*ie f'rat of his
patients to receive h'p se��um tre-U-
reent In this cltv. He took a second
Injection, hnt ilth-eeh fhe dleenoe
was In It? f'rst stages only. It made
���tpld p���eeess. He waB a ftudent at
Kno;: college, Toronto.
BAR MRS. PANKHUP*T
FROM SPEAKING LIST
TV���������"������ urn, Sep*. 2R --M". F!"in���"��"-'��*���
PanV��"irst. tho English suffrage lead-
������ ***** I*-** *.,. aV'ed ft sneak b��f"re
I ihe F-vrnston Eonil Suffrage association In the e��ent she comes to Ohlcs-
p* on her first visit to th* United
This ws�� decided at a meeting of
the association. Tha members ei-
nressed themselves aa of tha belief
that Mr��. Pankhtirst's visit will harm
the suffrage movement.
AND
A New Stock
Just opened up on Columbia street next to Gif-
ford's Jewelry store.
We  specialize in  Men's
Suits and    Furnishings,
Hats and Caps,   Gloves,l
Underwear,      Sweaters
Raincoats, etc., etc.
Come in and inspect this
new store���you 4o not
have to buy. You can
smoke a cigar for your
trouble, at our expense.
Ticket Sale Opened for the
Provincial Exhibition
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Qaecn's Park, Sept. 30, Oct. 1,2, 3, and 4,1913.
Membership tietceis, adults. $.: children, tl. On sale at tlio manager's olllce. Industrial building, Queen's Hark, Ryall's Drug Store. T.
A. Malr * Ca; D 8. Curtis Co.. Davles' Drug Store, J. ... (lamon. Columbia 8treet; C. A. Welsh, B. M. Copeland, Eighth Street; F. T. HM.
Columbia Street; W. F. Beggs. VV. A. Dashwood Jones, (!, A. Iloarar,
Bank of Commerce, Nels Nelson, I,. A. Lewis, A. J. Levy, I're.sa Ajceat.
Automobile tickets, with chauffeur, for the week, 12.
Kipreaa and dray wagons, with driver, for the week,' (1.
Horse Bkow tickets, boxes of tour seats, tor the week. SV). Reserved seats, 80 cents.
Beat plan can be seen and tickets obtained at H. Tldy'a Offlae,
Columbia Street.
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND  INDUSTRIAL
SOCIETY.
C. A. WELSH, Prealdent D. E. MACKfeNIE.
Manatee ami
THE HUB
Columbia Street
Next  Gifford's  Jewelry
Store
BUILDING LOTS, $25 DOWN
and $10410 per Month.
Size 46x118 to lane. Near City car line, Beautiful
view. Prion 1660 to 1660.
WHITE, SHILES ft CO.
746CotaHUaSL    31S-S15Wi '   "
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913
EXHIBITION SPECIAL!
WE KNOW THAT MONEY IS TIGHT
Therefore from  now until Saturday night, Oct. 4, during "Exhibition Week'" we will give
$5.00
OFF
THE REGULAR PRICE OF ANY SUIT OR OVERCOAT IN THE HOUSE (Burberry's Excepted)
REMEMBER: This means your unrestricted choice of new Fall goods.    "Society Brand Clothes1*
for the high-voltage young fellow* and "Fashion Craft*' for the more serious minded men.
Regular $15.00 Suit or Overcoat for
Regular $20.00 Suit or Overcoat for
Regular $25.00 Suit or Overcoat for
Regular $30.00 Suit or Overcoat for
Regular $35.00 Suit or Overcoat for
$10.00
$15.00
$20.00
$25.00
$30.00
This means
that we can
give you a
Suit, Hat
and Shirt
for the price
you would
pay for a
suit else*
where.
I
TAILORED IN TYPES FOR THE TALL SLIM, NORMAL  AND STOUT  MAN
We can fit YOU, make us prove it.
Latest New
Fall Models
on Display
A. S. Mills & Co.
Smart Apparal for the Younger Men���IS to  60
COLUMBIA AND SIXTH STREETS
Come early
and avoid the
rush in our
Tailoring De*
partment.
Fresh \Vater and Salt
WESTMINSTER PORT
PACIFIC COAST
GREATEST  PLEASURE   CRAFT
ON PACIFIC COAST LAUNCHED
Seattle, Bept 26. -Greatest of all
the pleasure craft huilt on the Pai Iflc
coast and surpassing In many respects tbi efforts of the world's most
famous naval architects, tho palatial
private yachl Cyprus, building for
Daniel Cowan Jackllng of Bali take
City, nt the planl of the Seattle Con-
Btructlon & Drydock company ni n
cost of 1600,000, took l-.i i* first dip In
ihr waters ol Elliott bay IVednesdaj
afternoon. The beautiful craft was
christened by Miss Mildred .':soti Bone
who broke n berlbboned bottle of
wini' on li"r steel prow ns Bhe Blid
gracefully down the ways.
Vessel Movements.
boa -Vngeles, Cal . Sepi 26 Arriv
ed; Siskiyou, Bellingham; Wlllapa,
Grays 11 "l'i
Sailed William Chatham, Pugel
Sound; San Jacinto, Orays Harbor
N.w York, Sepi 26 -SVhlte star
B. s. Ball Ic sailed from Liverpool \ la
Queenstown, September IS. with 316
llrst, ii" ��������� ci '��� ; and 91! lhl d ���:
passengers, ��������� id i.i due in Ni -.* Vork
today. New Westminster snd Vli *��� rla
passengers sre due Oi tober  Isl
Flspa Leaves Pert.
The Kispa leaves uila;. for Nanalmo
wbere hIih will ship geological specimens for tlm It. A. & I exhibition nexi
week.
Aids to Navigation.
Victoria, Bept -'! On accounl ol
harbor Improvements the presenl dolphin at Klioal Point will be discotitln-
ui'il ami thn red light will bo shown
on a new dolphin, aboul 300 feel in
a southwesterly direction frnm Its
present position.
The actual date   with    description
��� ill be furnished sl leasl 48 hours be-
, tore iho change in made.
CHOLERA  WENT  UNNOTICED
ON  CANADA  MARU
World's Markets
MARKET ERRATIC
IN LONDON
ami manufacturers are s ruli arc fair
lj hiiFy
in iiie far wesl and northwesl con
ilitioiiK have  Improved  with the sue
cessful harvesting  of a  record grain
cn.p mni merchants expect an active
fall niul winti r trade.
FREIGHTER   HAD
HARD
T
l/IE
IN
B'G  SEAS
Victor'
a.   Sop!
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Plou
ii*    into
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head n
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bun
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thing   fo
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a  British
freight
,*t,..,, ,   -,'j.
with  In*,
p   masts
in
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low   sl    ���'-,
heading
for the
Far  1*
isl.
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hv
the
nfl'-**' i-g    ,,f
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shn
hi,.,-   Ti.���
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fail'. 1
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a. w
llf'1 berth-
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from   tin.
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afternoon    Th"
vp
SHI'
was evldenlli
laden with b n
II
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l*i*i-
cargo, '"ui
slir   had
a  huge  ���
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d< ok.
Offlc
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r ii|,. t-" ���
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Bhlp -i
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weather
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Victoria, Bept. 26. Cholera was
gaining a good rooting amongst t'i"
nassengers and crew of tin* Osaka
Kattba liner Csnnda Mi ru, I'm' Mori,
[before H was delected by medical nu
thorities, according In  word  brought
tn   this   side   of   lln*   Pacific   bj      thl
t' ;" irllip T.llill'*!   Main,   whli ll   ! '���"'���!
���il Wednesday from lh" 'ii. nl The
hip's doctor 'Ilil ii"' discover tiiat
������",. three pstlnnts he was treating inr
trivial dersnremenl if their diges-
���Ive organs bad i'li"' "i  eons
' quently tin' vessel pai led ������* oral Japanese wrts before sin* was finally
placed in qnarantlni al Kohi Three
persons had been affected when she
arrived there and two other Cases
were   delected   later    Tin    Canada
wuc detained twi we, Us uiul Is no��
en her way to Victoria from Yo'nn-
huinii.
WITNESSES NOW
! PUT ON TRIAl
i
' I'onlln'""! t'*'.-*n en re nnei
(mi-.'' .Vans said. "If ofl my mlnri
I nnw and everything Is all right, If ir
. ton late at any rati' "
Used  Caroline.
I    in mother conversation Naas told
hlin tni they had gol Into Ihe build
lne; I-,  fie window nnd scattered {'���������
gasoline "round .*!"���.'   then   threw    a
1'iihlcd uictcb :n sl the  ,'. in.Iuw, thai
Wn'tors'  el 'liei   h^d    I   i iiiii '' 'I
"-Hi i��t""-'lii' "I he had *~utir.!ii Or"
anil tiiat he lt.nl lain do n "���: some
boards and he, Naas, ���������uld noi wake
him up. Naaa w,i. fi arfnl ��� ,! being
pursued and for the purpose :>r a dig.
rnlse had changed clot t'i   Van I
I led lam Nans hsd told hlm pu manj
different nlnrlos that he did nnl know
whs! to believe.
Tho defense will begin this morning
���it loao nnii tlm ruse Is expect 'I lo
gn to the jurv thit ufternoon.
N'.oncy   V*/as   Scarce   A_a.n   and    Dis-
count  Ratea   Racier���Price:   All
IrrSnular.
London, .-' :** 26 Mpni was
: carce iiul il.. i ouni rates ivi ri ea lei
.mil tho I-1* ��� .*. m ���* i.i il was distinctly
��� i ratlc, with prli ������ - Irregular.
N.'i. \ iu :*. and Herlln ehoi i fulls Bup
poi ti 'I favorites, v. iiii" Paris sold De-
Uocn and it,'.* 'I 'ii'1" in i-ouii'*' tlon
witb the Bettloruenl of thi labor
troubles. C< nsols were further de-
prussi <l bj now loan*- Mexh an ralla
und , uiili"! shares closed Urm
The ni I'.leiiii nt was concluded sati
f,n torlly.
Tin    American    deparl i.t    ruled
gi ni rail}  highor dui at II irl)
Ion and furthi r Impi * d imdpr the
'.   . , i Union l'i" *i"  or Wall Strei
��� m |n rt,   'I hc close   ras sti *ul>.
TRADE CONDITIONS
DOMINION
Dun's Review Shows Brisker Business
Cccau'.e of Great Grain
Cropt.
N "a   "i rirk. Bepl   26     Inspit  ini* to
Dun'a Review from branch offices o(
li fj Dun .'.* Co. in leading trade sen
tres of Hi" Dominion of Cannda note
a further Improvement In conditions,
especlnllj In those Bectlnns which
have heen favorably affected bj the
reei rd crop gains.
Mi ���iirii'l  reports thn*    lbe    cooler
weather lias  stimulated  iho dem I
frr the Bossonable merchnndlre antl
iiiat there Is o fair movemcnl n( tho
drv goods, clothing, footwear, grocer
les and other staph s.
Hardware Is in moderate demand
anil tin* iron Irade is quiet, leather and
hides *':e nol very active, bul prlcea
a,* i steady)
ai Toronto wholesale trade is in
fair volume, business wiih the wpst-
ern provlncoB In uartlctilar shnwlni
Improvement, Bnrtlng up nrderi are
much larger in dry goods and clothing anil there la a soasonnble demand
for groceries, Footwear Is in moil
"lall- request, while hides at ' leather
remain verv firm. The in*, aer has
1.1 en favorable for retail irade and
merchants genoraly express oonslder-
al'" confidence In tha future
Cooler weather has Improved busl
i" '���" in some lines ,*ii Hamilton, nol
i bli In .v.n ing apparel and dry goods
New fork, Sept. 26   Although tin
��� as soon   Improvi ment  In the action
1   the - tocl   markei   t.' day  as com
. .t' 'I  *���  :ii  * *," i es lions  iiiiuii dlatelj
i *������ ci ding ii,.   movement  was still loll slvi    'l be market was as far as
* i  '"in, in Ing Bhaj ed lo a definite
*   and  'ms:   id.   fluotual Ions ap
, an nti)  reflected nothing mon   than
tlie manoeuvres ot professional  lead
���*��� h al ihe nun.om.   Th,' day's new:,
olorl   b and In the absence ol a
mul .-  Bpi culati rs ��'*:*"    wi I!
ig'o <   titi nl to li i the mark * drlf
an: I
CANNERS   GOLD  DOWN
TO 60 AT T'JHONTO
Ti ronto, Sepi   26    Spei dative    Is-
��� i's wi r" lu avj  in the   local    Btoi
in .ii t i"ilii\   and    values    generall)
ti i 'I 'i    lowi ������       Urasll an    si Id    oil
i"    the    afternoon,   Conne
'  tli    n       i ���' .nui  Toronto papi i*
drO| |)l ll    1:H      ��� i I   . , l|i,nn
and Tivln C|i    held
ed aud  tin i    ** bs    no
:  i ',',''��� '��� *   .*.   '  Hiver
i. ,.
* ,   '        leltl '  *    ..:   '    ���      \, *i     :* Mln l
IK   nei vi       ; ��� ��� 'ling     ol
nald I     i hi ra and . i Montreal
III   ll     II   !    '    .n.l 1101 '.       l.i"  ill*.    It
I tl   Bl    I     ���
SHARP  BREAK   IN   MACDONALD.
Mi   ircal,   ' 'pi. -'���    A Bharp bn ak
In    Uael-onniil,   ear-   ing    thn   prlci
'I'".'   |,      |-  |     ;, |      II"   ,      |0tt      '   I      IT*'-,      Wl   '
iin  i.in- f ii ira ' f the local markei
II 'I i.     'I In   n   ill   Mu- llnl   was ipiii-i
md i;fi i :��� \ hlghi i- i-i".-" i' pi-ii-i"-*
for i !��� p ...H.- , ��� uu call) Ignored
as ii bull I ** '"i* Bill] v, !i"i*" prices
!'" * ' '! sl -i'i t' " '*" * ..-'i.'ai ���, -ih gen-
"iall)  In j dn \-ii-' ������rl il'ri ntlon,
TIDE TUP*"*! nn  WI-fRAT
MARKETS  AT WINNIPEG
mh, . Bppi   ������.    [.'ollow
'  'i'i ��� "1'" s-'* m or depression
������' *���      ��� nrli   ��� "n Hd'n turned t   '**���
I'lflln  "   r|   I      'I-'    I I"""" -'-I  ijBb'es
and i'i ii-"-', ' it l-Hinlrv for ' hpal for
"vpin    'I',    * h'lof "vpnrt inmilrv was
'    Men    V, i-fc    ill"'   ���'���'���'  ���������    vin-*;  11
" '"       I*ll" '*"- "onion ��� ,.r   Or
ti' i ������     a  n no" ir- in foiriv li "
nii'ntii     ���ii,rr��� ., ���,�� noi ii,,. name
active lr ������ - *   ���'. i nub Mr*".*, nl,
POBTL'QUES1    '    ' ' '.'P~8
QA~HiR ON ^OROEn
Madr'd     i nt, St    ".aiuis of  I'ortu
'"������ *������������ :'* * iiii is hove gathernd along
the frnnlh     noteordlng to dei natches
tr' i ��� n  ���        ui-* ���., iin v lnlond to
     mil    .   "iii'i'inll.    laid   plan   In
'���'���' '��� s'lglii iHsimi nnoes ut varlnui
'" nl ." in Bttrncl the sllentlon
' I "*" i'oi-ii:--i"��������������� \<*hii ��� ih, main
'*'"'��� ��� i ���' ri ">'������' i"*".',' marches on
M ' ��� i  from  tlir  north.
REV. AlEX. DUNN
RECEIVE. DEGREE
Nev/   Westinmcter    Man.   with      Pour
O'.hcr  Cr--__..c_   Has   Divinity
D;; ,-cc Ccr.tcrrcd.
.'.a inti ri B'.lng ccremonj took p! ici
in ri:. Andre* u Presbyterian church,
\ am i uni*. insi i venlng when H)
��� i".ii* i oi Wi Btnilnstnr Hall re
celved their diplomas and thru- mln
Ish rs .'��� uelved their degrees of
divinity, i in "I .'.liom was a West
minster man. Uev. Alexander Dunn.
'i lu* opening address waa m.i'i" I
i.i \ r, E, Knowles, Gait, Onl 'I he
;,.. graduates were \ ll. tllbson B.A..
a M. O'Uonni 11, is.a . Alva Mackay,
II *. . K ii Palmer and T, P, Mc
',.  .   i
A. ,M O'Donue I won th. Ilursary
prise 11 tl 10 In the third year work.
th Ai>.i Mir,..i. taking the second
, I :-..i.
In   Hn*   , ii ��� nl   yi ii   *���' ii     W llllam
Si in   won thc  Price Killsou prln   i .
I pm   Uu   boc ind,  amounting to     0
' *."  ng to V.  B  Milli i
Angus M**l'' r woq lirsi In flrsl yeai
<.:i 11 uini" Phillip Duncan ti "k si c
i,nil
'I hn ������ nn Mini * ' i tho pi sbt Lor)
������ ri" ufivi n their degrees ol d ������ Inll ���.
Hu se being [tei. .'. loxandi i Dunn, pr"
lenli d lo Id*.* .1. " Hi ml rson. Rev
.lohn Knox Wright, U.A., presented by
Uev, k a Henry! Uev John A
Logan, pii'seiiiiii by id v R ,i  Wilson
A.   M.  O'Dollliell   in.ide   lh"   valid: ���
tory address, while Rev J. ti. Inksior
of Vli torla, made the address lo lhe
graduates,
President Wosbrook.   of   the   Uni
, verslly of    Brltl *h    Columbia,
presi nt ni the   u ithi ring   and   gave
Ll*l*"l.lll* I.
Social and Personal
Al lhe Russell A K"inp. K P
Parrell, \V. ''��� Bell, J A MoQee, It.
', . , i \ Mari. k, \ ancouver: Alex
tru.i kshank, Matsqui; E Ewett, Bver-
.** ,i. i Napier, Victoria; M W,
Moon. Seattle; I i-' Gulchon and
Mins v Gulchon, Nicola; Qeo Lamb,
Balmon \rm; T Vlorgan, Field; W l'
Bousaon, Mission
At the Windsor John Webb, Whar-
nack; .i Harrison ' blillwack John
Paterson, Sllverdale; i. Chevally, Bu
mas, Wash ; .i Qraner, Eburne; G.
Peltob, Beattle; .1 T Henley, Blaine;
r  Rogers.
Cost ol  Hi-gh  Living.
i-'r'-iiuni. ii.. Bept 86, To be added
In tin- hich cost of living Is an In-
crease In the price of sauerkraut.   To
.:,iy kraut calibages reailii d $17 a ton.
NEGRO WOMAN CLAIMG
WILL OF WHITE MAN
Chicago,  Bepl   86    Tha  claims ol |
Mrs.   Luclnda   Anderson,   colored   thai
Bhe   Is   lln*   widow   of   William   Henry
I.ee.   ,i   publisher   here,   will)   (lied   re-.
contlj leaving a will and without dis-
Oloslng   ti"'   secret   of   his   past,   were,
eliminated from the ���contest over the
remnant's of Lee's fortune today
i ee im 'i bis business life as a while
man. l.t:t   |i   A,  i*;. therto,  I 'h friend
and legal counsel, admitted thai blsj
late   clli m   had   negro   blood   In   hls
veins    Cllthero tnstl lad lhat  Lee told i
iiii" he never tnarriod because of ths
Ethiopian strain in his blood.    Lee's
.t-jaii.iiun
Pancake Time is
Drawing Near
We carry ths Olympic Pancake Flour
and Peacock Buckwheat Flour, sp.*-
Clally prepared for making pan
i-ake's    These sell at, per pkK.3S��
Or II  pkgs tor   Sl.OO
Kelly*   delicious   Maple   Syrup,   goes
riiie wiih pancakes; in quart bottlss
and tins nt   SOC
llalrd's  Pickles and Chaw    In    ritiarl
bottles,   per  bottle    25e
SPECIAL.
I  lb.   Tins   Shorthread.  per   tin 25t
l-'ine  Cooking  Apples,  i",  lbs       25C
Preserving   Prunes,   per   crate  -75C
Preserving  Peaches,  per crate    85C
WE   SOLICIT   YOUR   ORDERS   AND
GUARANTEE  SATISFACTION.
Dean's Grocery
Phon* 316.
Burr Illock. Columbia Street.
Royal Theatre|
MATINEE TODAY
������ch-
r'.V.
id I
S'.ar Faccu Charge.
IHnpton, Kas.. Bept 86 William
Wiiir, paid to bn a former fool
tar of iiie Carlisle Indian school,
��� ni.ii iid here today on a charge
sault with Intenl to kill George
n    wlin   was   shot   Irom   aniluMli
tiy   Tin- nvldence which wna en
circumstantial,   i bowed   thai
n  i-1''  wounded  soon  after hn
 iti li -I with Weir over a ball'
SEND  THE  CHILDREN TO SEE
The Snookums Family
PRESENTED BY
Chas. E. Royals' Players
STARTINQ MONDAY FOR THREE DAYS.
"Thp Cowboy
99
BIO   COMPANY.
Lotion  Patent   Issued  for M,030,0031
Concern.
ot'i" n  Rept, 2fl,    i etieiH patent of
I i.  :ii'iiiiiiiou have heen Issued iii the
ii-i.i'  SI   Law lime" Power Co,, Ltd
wlili a capital of |ii,00n.oon, and head
��� imii-tt in nt Toronto,   Tho purchase of
i ho ' onipany Is g-eni rally to develop
i ,.v.11* ami can'. i n I'm varied enter' i
��� i   i_fl    coiini"'"'i    t.iierawlth.    The
nuinoi of Uie dltoctora do nol appear,
STARTING THURC'-tAY FOR THREE DAYS.
"Trilby
Telephone 1068
ALL SCATS RESERVED AT
NIGHT.
Matinee 10c, 20c, Children V2 Price -. -.--_--,-.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913
.mmrnj-    *******   ***** ******** f%T OM) T>   XT C llf ff
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
Via* itvrfr
News9 Sport Page That Everybody Reads
LACROSSE
CRICKET
BASEBALL
BOXING
BIG SPORT CARD FOR
ROYAL CITY TODAY
Gander* and Rovers to Be Worth Cee-
m���.:hool Lacrosse Boya Will
Play Off Finals.
Bcci ��� -. rugby
Hi'* card* at th
ihis m
.-dual ^^^^^^
high Bch-OOl and tin
display  lhelr prowess and alt
raise  Hie  standard of sports
on
iml lacrosse ar
different  city   parks
mini; and afternoon, wln-ii the
lacrosse   league,  city   soccer,
rugby teams will
'nipt  to
in    lhe
Lally
licyul City. M^^^^^^^^^^^^
ai Queen* park this morning the
iioys from Herbert spencer school will
i pposs the John Robson school at
:i..;u o'clock, while at 10:80 o'clock the
Lind Kelvin and Richard McBride
si hocis   will   settle  their differences
wiih  the gutted stick, tlle Iwo games
being ihe tinais tor tho   Jo<
championships. ^^^^^^
Soccer.
The premier attraction of the day
in ibe soceer world wlll be tbe battle
between the Bankers ami the Hovers
for ihe city league championship, ihe
game to 1>" played at Sapperton park.
starting at 1:80 o'clock. This is the
lirsi meeting of ths two teams
much speculation is manifest a
Hie result of the Biruidd".
with tin- exception ol George
Feeney, who will bs playing with the
high school eleven, and Dunford. who
is under suspension, the financial
Btudents win presenl ths same lineup as defeated Bapperton by a heavy
���01 re last Saturday.
Si".i ral changes will bs noticed iii
il-,.. l ir im of the Rovers since Manager    lirant's    Segregation     defeated
Burqultlam two weeks ago, .luck Una* ���
being due to arrive in lha cily from
Kamloops on this morning's train,
Which Will aller the half-back line.
Oeorge Caydsien will be seen on
the Wings, Wblli Kay will make bis
debUl us one id the halves.
Hers is the line up uf the Itovers:
Samphor, Bruce, McMillan, Kay. Mc-
Xaughton, Melklejohn, Hayes, Carlo-
���iniT. Shaworo**, Mci-eod, Oaydzlen.
spares, Press, Paterson and McAllister, 'llm Mahon) will handle the
whistle.
Junior Alliance Oiens.
a lu- soccer eleven of the Royal City
high school will open the Beason at
Moody park at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon when they oppose Cedar Cot-
tage, Manager Haverstock, of the
luRh school, has selected tho following
playerB lo represent the Royal Cltv:
Curtis, Lougheed. .Mayers. Allison.
d'Easum, A. McAllister, U. McAllister.
Keeney, Tretheway, Selkirk, Annandale.
Moose vs. Burnaby.
The second came    al  Moodv    park
will   commence   at   8:45   o'clock between   lho  Mocse   and   Burnabv   City
league teams. The antl.red herd have
.��� .rounded up their best players for this
and ]occasion and should more than
[two   Instances,  soccer    and    swim-   0-0 0
ininy. / I*
Wltb the soccer clubs nnd'associations  sainiiiK  ground   throughout  the
Dominion  and  several   additional  af- |
Dilations with the I). P. A. having taken place durini; the past few months,
an  application  to sever   connection
with  the A. A.  I', and run their own ,
affairs  would  stir  up such  a hornet's
nest as to leave the outcome QUO*- !
Unliable.    The Ontario lacrosse association   runs   Its  own   wagon   and   If
any cohesion is made between the different  provincial  Boccer  associations.,
tliere In every reason to believe that
the  coaat   leagues  will  be  taken  out
of the hands of the H. C. A. A. U, and
men placed at the head of affairs who
know the game from A. '/.., and not of'
the kind who discuss soccer at meet- j
Ings while paying no attention to the
game itself.
tt tt Us iiii- i;f # a t:
TODAY'S SPORT CARD.
# a
���a
\a
\i
Baseball Results.
NOHTHWE8TERN  LEAGUE.
Standing of tne Clubs.
W.    L.   Pet
Vancouver 87    00    .595 I
I'ortland M    72
Seattle   SS    77    .683
Victoria   S2    86    .tti
Tacoma    72    90    .42X
Spokane 09    06
Schools Lacrosse.
Herbert    Spencer    vs.    John
Robson, Quean* park, 0:80
a.m.: Lord Kelvin vs. Richard
Melt, ide, Queens park, 10:80
,  in
Soccer.
Junior Alliance R C M. s.
vs. Cedar Cottage, Moody park,
-: .'Pi o'clock.
city    League -Bankers    vs.
Lovers. Sappertoii .park,   2:'.',i)
O'clock;    Moose   vs.    Hurnaby.
Moody park. :;:4j o'clock.
Rugby.
New Westminster vs. Y. M.
C. A. Vancouver, QueeiiB park,
3 o'clock.
Cricket.
Vancouver Kirst  vs.  All-Star
elcien, Brockton Point. tt
Baseball.
Vancouver vs.  Victoria. Ath-   ���.'.:
1. tic park. Vancouver. tt
*���.*.
ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft
x p.m.   -Horse show lu Arena build-
ling.
X p.in.���Band concerts in Industrial
and   Agricultural   buildings,
it  p.m.���Continuous performance on
.414 | Sockeye run.
to
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the suburbanites ,i battle, although
Un- lattrr have strengthened thij'i|
team considerably during lho past Iwo
weeks.
Th" teams will line-up us follows:
Burnsby���Aitkin, Botham, Hunter,
Wilson, Hart. Stewart, Rosewarno,
oterling, Klrkhnm, Matthews. Wray.
Mi "* Phillips, Lord. Leamy,
I , \ i.i. Morrison, Kellock, Ferguson.
Bristol, Oostlck, Holmes. Peterson.
Patterson will officiate.
MOOSE HOCKEY
Ciffii-crs  Elected  Last  Night���Monster
Smcl.fr on  Thanksgiving  Niqtit���
H. J. Leamy President.
Aii! complement uf ufficers were
��� i ii'-. m the annual meeting or the
���1*' Hockej club Inst evening in
i!'* lodge looms ami from now on
there iii bs *oine mil hustling, K'-t
ting th" players u. Bhape for tin- com-
ni; I-,1-t.Ii. which will open early In
November.
'    'i; Ld wltll the election of officers
was th.. announcement of a monster
smoker to lake place on Thanksgiving
night, nil. h.r -10, iii SI Patrick's hall,
wben the stars rf Uie ring and mat
will tickle the fancy ol the populace.
In past events of the kind, ths
Moon have pulled out ahead in the
mutter of entertainment so that   tha t
Inns  can   rest   assured   of   u  bumper  g
iiiih   ft ben  Thanksgiving  rolls  along.
I'I,' i .Tici rs of the cluh are as follows President, II J Leamy: vice
pn ni .it. .1. I. Keary; secretary-treasurer, <; p. Lewi.-.: manager, W. P.
i liin i Graham; assistant W, n.
Smith; trainer*, Jack Phillips and Bid
Bpeni' . delegates to the league. W.
i* oraham Bffld W n. smith.
.iust to gtve tha local isiys a chance
in    the   smoker   contest*   Manager
i,i.ihan, Informed The News last even.
thai anv youngster handicapped
Li wanl (f training quarter* could
Ii ���" ibe iree usb ul the Moose
vim;, is where the necestary apparatus snd trainers ean la* found. Every-
I,, .I*, i-. io be given a chance at this.
althi ������   i only the best win be select-
rd fOI   the Thanksgiving Hay card.
played on Saturday, October 25.
Three New Westminster cricketers
as Compared with two from the other
teams In the Vancouver and District
league, will compete in lhe last game
of the season at lirockton Polnl this
afternoon against the Vancouver tlrst
eleven. Cave will captain the team
and will have with hlm frum this city
\V. A. Wells and V. A. Rose. The
silver cup won by the Royals this past
season will probably be on view in
ori" of the downtown stores during
next week.
Yesterday's Games.
At Vancouver: H.   H.   K.
'��� Victoria  0     4     i
Vancouver   2     S     1
Hatteries:    l-'itchner and Shea; Hall
1 aud Konnick.
At Seattle: It.    H.    E.
i Tacoma   1      6      1
��� Seattle     4     7      1
llatteries:     Li roi  and  Harris;   Dell
'and Cadman.
| Portland   4    12     1
i Spokane   3     0     1
Hatteries.      May*   and    Williams.
Douglas and Allman.
Portland..!-     aduyThul   -.
AMERICAN   LEAGUE.
'Thursday, October 2.���Vancouver Day
,i a.m.���Grounds open to the public.
in a.m.   Judging in all departments.
10.30 a.m -Grand demonstration by
I New Westminster Klre department on
Columbia street.
lj a.m.���-Special attractions on
��� Sockeye run.
11.30 a.m.���Cattle judging.
1     1  p.m.  -Grand stock parade.
I    2 p iu- Vaudeville In frcm of grand
stand.
2.Su p.m.���Junior amateur champ-
j ionship  lacrosse  match.
cents per crate. There was the usual
good supply of cut flowers which sold
out entirely.
The butchers' stalls did an exceptionally good retail meat business:
und there was an unusually targe number of vendors of butter and eggs:
these vendors are all bona tide rancli-
iers or their wives and lhey had no
difficulty in disposing of their wares.
The two flsh stalls also reported a
good day's business.
It was absolutely one of the best
-,- markets for a long while. Many peo
ft.ple have come In on exhibition busi-
-.'��� ness and have brought In their pro-
���.: duce at the same time, thus combin-
'���:. ing business with pleasure. The opin-
'ton haa been expressed that If the B,
ft ;C. E. It. cars would run a little earlier
tt to enable people to get into the mar-
tl ket at. say, !) o'clock, it would be of
great assistance.
The prices were as under:
Fruits.
Plums, per crate   Oue to 75c
I Prunes, per crate 00c to 75c
; Pears,' per box    $1.50
Apples, per box    $1.50
Blackberries, per box    10c.
Vegetables.
Potatoes, per ton  $12 to $14
Heels, per bunch 5c
\ Onions,  per  Ib 5c.
, Carrots, per bunch  St
| Cabbage, per lb 4c.
i Turnips, each 5c
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs, wholesale,  dozen    46c
Eggs, retail, dozen   50c
Butter,   retail,   per   lb    45c.
Ilutter, wholesale, per lb 30c
Flsh, Retail.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lb 15c!
White Spring Salmon, per lb 10c
Flounders, per Ib .. .10c
Sturgeon, per lb '.. .15c
Halibut, per lb 10c
Smelt*, per lb 10c !
Herring     3 lbs. 25c
Sockeye, per lb��� 12%c |
Retail Meat*.
Beef, best rib roasts, per lb. 20c to 22c
Beef, loin, per lb 26c to 27c
Beef, round steakB, per lb...20c to 25c
Boiling beef, per lb 14c
Veal, per lb 16Vic to 17c
Pork, per lb 12i,��c to 13c
Mutton, per lb 8c to 20c
Poultry.
Hens, small, per doz $6.50 to $7
Hens, large, per dol   $8 to $10
���-li
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J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Columbia Street, New Wettmintter, B.C.
Agent* for D. E. Brown, Hope & Macaulay, Ltd., Gener
Bteatn blp Agents, of Vancouver, B. C.
Railway and
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MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bid*.
II.    E
18     8
 t ���      3
Houck, Pen-
l/eonard and
After assisting Kamloops winning
:i" Boccer championship of th* in-
terior, .lock Bruce should arrive back
in He cily thiB morning In time t_
turn out witb tli'' Rovon against tti<-
Banker*. Although ihi�� in his eighth
season 111 tlie soccer game, llie gold
ini'ilnl won ?l Kamloops was the lirst
lro|iliy  lie bad   won
The Oak Hay lacrosse lean) made a
good move when Ibey wired tbe V, A
esterday cancelling tbe second
ic ot the Manu cup which was
scheduled to lake place ut Athletic
park, Vancouver, tills afternoon. A
thirteen t" nil defeat shown that many
of the challenging teama have no
right to make tlie trip to Vancouver,
however   well   tliey   might   win     the
championship of tlieir own localities.
Brampton, Ont, nnd the Chinook*, of
Calgary,    lire    snid    to bo    hankering
Yesterday's Games.
"  Boston:       ' K.
Philadelphia    4
Boston    10
Batterlea: Roardnian,
nock. Bush and Seining;
fatly.
At New York: It       ^^^
Washington 3     7     0
New Vork      0      6      _
Batteries: Boehllng and Alnsmlth;
McHule, Keating and Sweeney.
At fhlcago: It     II.    E.
SV  1-OiiiB      '���!      ��      1
 _    r,    o
...0    p.m.-Interniediate      amateur ! chickens, per doz $5 to 87 ,
championship lacrosse match. Broilers, per dozen   84.00 to 85.00
Evening Performances I Hen8i iive, per lb 17c to 18c
7.30  p.m.���(irand  electrical  display, j chickens, live, per lb 19c to 20c
8 p.m.���Horse show in Arena build- ��� DuckB, per dozen  88 to 8M
inK- iDucks, live, per lb 16c to 19c
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layers of Hauam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES nnd DESIGNS TURNISHED
H.
Chicago	
Batteries:       Lores*
Benz and Schalk.
anil      Agnew;
9 p.m.���Continuous performance on j
Sockeye run.
S p.m -Band concerts in Industrial j
and Agricultural buildings.
Friday,  October 3.���Children's  Day   ���
9 a.m.���Ground* open to the public;
3 a.m.���Children's sports l for particulars  see  special   programme.I
lu a.m.���Hand concert on Columbia
stree'..
II a.m. -Special school sports on
I oval.
1.80 p.m
cert.
- p.m.- Vaudiv
GERMANS TO PROFE
TOBACCO  TRUST
Grand open air band con-
llle in front of grand
after dates.    These
within the ne\i  few
���will    be
days.
settled
NATIONAL VEAGUE.
Yesterday's Games.
At Philadelphia: K.
I lust on   :i     i;
Philadelphia 6    I
Batteries:       Dickson.    Perdue
Itariden;  Itixey and Dooln.
Second game: H.   H
llosiiin   10    12
Philadelphia   8   13
Batteries:    Tyler anil Itariden;
ton.  Brennan,    Camnitz.    Mayer
Dooln.
At Brooklyn: it.   n
New  York     4      S     i
Brooklyn  -     4     l
Batteries:      lesreau    and   Meyers;
Allen,   Iirown and  Fischer.
II     K
and
K
2
i
Sea-
nnd
I-:
stand.
J   |; ii. - Bpeclal    school    children's
championship races. ���
:i p.m.- Junior schorl teams lacrosse
match.    City    championship    medals
presented   by Joseph   I_a 11 y.  esq.
Evening Performances
7.1,0 p.m.���Grand  electrical  display.
i p.m.    Horse show in Arena building.
8 p.m. - Band concerts In Industrial
and Agricultural  buildings.
8 p.m.  -Continuous performances on
Sockeye run.
Berlin, Sept. 26.���Preliminary steps
for an Investigation of the operations
of the "tobacco truBt" In connection
wit the German cigarette industry
have been taken by the government.
The secretary of state for tfie interior replying today to the petition sent
him by the Hansa league, an association of business men. on September
17, asking him to order an inquiry
;into the subject, says the German government has long had its eye on the
"trust."
THE CLUB
BILLIARD   AND   POOL
Rooms and Bowling Alleys.
Cor. Church and Columbia.
six Standard Continuous
Regulation Alleys. First-
' class reading and committee
rooms.
SH! GO WSY
SPORT CHATTER.
(By the Potter.I
���nie Praser valley billiard uulnte:te
will ,.-'( New  West in. nster next Toes-
���i.i- evening win-n they play U|��
Hoyals In tha Brat ol ������ sorle*. Th*
game* will  b�� playid In  tha  Royal
pool  r.,iiiiis.
in the i.-.i��- tor tb ��� ir*iiiois cup, all
lime '. .uus ciiteri.d   from    11�� i -s   i*it>
���mul-.   be  able  I-*  rg*   lri""    ""'
Ins,    loci.d.    Tlle UnkMt should de-
feat , ier the V, M. c. A. or Cedar
Cntiag* el Bapptfton nark. Wallace
Hunger, of North Vancouver should
be pn. for the City itt  Mi'��<l> park,
while Manager Criuil believes he Will
|mv* little difficulty In taking �������'>
;,���ih p���inis from North Vancouver
��� aledi .linns, although playing "cross
the   liilit.     AH   three games   wlll    be
Delegates at Annual Meeting of B. C.
A. A   U. Will Have to Be Very,
Very Careful What They Do.
Delegate* al the annual meeting ��f
lhe British Columbia Amateur At li -
letlc union, to he held In Vancouver
today, win be treading on tip toe on
lovoral question* which during the
pi'st few months have snown hIkiis or
rlslnn from tbelr dormant state and
Wlll likely cause no en.! of trouble
Should only the union tackle the matter In the wrong light.
The action of tlie Canadian Swim-
inliu: association lu defying the A.
A. I'. will likely cntne up for discussion nml probably some decided stand ]**.*
Will be taken on the matter Hitherto
the const body have not been In fB-
vor of allowing any separate body to
manage tbelr own affairs, although tbe
signs point to an open disruption un
less limne rule Is granted in at least
FINAL PROGRAM
I        fOR FAIR WEtK
i Continued trom Tuge One I
she
large delegation from Victoria.
Alderman Lynch also states that
the ofilcials of the Vancouver Anionic bile club are very 'enthusiastic
over the proposed parade and are alsii
pleased with tlle generous offer of the
R. A. & I, society to admit autos tree
or charge to the grounds on the d'ly
ct Hi   parade and parking them under
a caretaker. H_	
The  corporation  of   New   Westmin-1 '	
ster has placed the city street sweeper       ___   ��.    _.,   _
nnd flu,her nt the disposal of Hut-nab)    RFCT   M A UU FT   HAV
and Smith Vancouver   and   the   dust   ULtjl    ITIrtlllll I    l/rtl
nuisance will thus be done away with. '
The  parade  Will   not    be    a    funeral
march   by  any   means,  but   the  usual
rate of speed  will   be  maintained.
Tlle   following   la   the  program   for'          H
week in detail:
Tuesday,  Sept.  30.���Openina  Day     , exhibition   Brines   Larne    Crowd
a.m.- Grounds open to the public *^*^*^-^-^^^^^^^"
I   Saturday, October 4.���Farmers' Day
'i a.m. -llnninds open to tlie public.
j   io a.m.���Band concert on Columbia I    Three    English    Billiard
8 u9e.m���special attractions on sock-Tables, seven Pool   Tables,
I eye mn. \ best lighting and ventilation
i �� VnltiZtn SSfo grand iof any Pool room on Pacific
, stand.
j    2.:'.ii p.m.    (Irand open air band concert.
'.i  p.m.���World's  championship ���'.
i crosse   game   for   Minto   Cup.       New j
I Westminster   versus   Vancouver   Ath- |
letlc
WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR.
641 FRONT ST.
Out of the High Rent District.
I Coast.   ^^^^^^^^^^^
|R. H. CORBETT, Manager.
THIS WEEK'S TIT-BIT.
23c. Bottle of Packard's Famous Shoe Polish FREE.
Buy one dozen shoe laces at 10c. the polish will
be given to you.
Ladies' Dress Boots, every size $1.95
Gents' Dress Boots, every size  1.95
Leckie Boots, Slater (F. W.) Boots, K Boots; $30,000
stock to select from. The finest variety of low and
high cut boots and rubber footwear in the city.
Ames Holden's $4.00 Boot for ladies; short vamp;
all sizes, $4  value; Cuban heels, for $1.95
Weston Dress Boot, for men; stub toe; looks like a
$5.00 boot; the price $1.95
���   .':
olub.
Evening Performances
30  p.m     (irand  electrical  display.
p.m.���Final events of the horse
v In the Arena building.
S p.m.���Hand concerts in the Indus
trial and Agricultural buildings,
S    p.m.���Final     performances      on
Sockeye run.
10 p.in,���- Fair closes.
EDISON
THEATRE
IN PRfSENT YEAR
RUGBY UNION OPENS
HERE THIS AFTERNOON
Vancouver Y. M. C. A. M**t Royal* I"
First of Wlnttr's Contest*���It
Wlll Be * T'oht Rsea.
Tbe olficlttl opcnlnn In  New   West-
mlliett r    of    the   Vancouver    Ruk1��
union schedule IB slated for this afier-
noon when tho Vancouver 1.. M. c
will   visit QueeilU park   where
meet the lloynls.
'I'he    Y's   are   newcomors   in
rid and have to show
Thai the Hoyals will have no easy
tusk this afternoon can bn drawn from
the fact that last season they defeated MoOlll for the Intermediate championship and later In the spring held I
down the Crusaders to Ion points In I
a play off between the senior and Intermediate championship teams.
Sproule, one of tiie Y's throe-quar-1
Ins. Is one of the speed artists of the
Terminal   City,   while  Beveral  others I
i on the team nre nald to be there with
the' < 11 kinds of spend and trick plays.
I,nek of cohesion uniting the   team
A.
they
B  	
10,30 a.m.    (irand auto parade from j
Vancouver hotel to Central Park,
11.30 a.m. -Official opening of KIiir
wny ui Centrnl Park.
18.30 p.m.   -Grand auto parade, Cen-
: tral l'ark to fair grounds.
j    'i p.m.-  Official  opening of provln-
1 clal exhibition by Hon. Price KUison.
minister of agriculture.
lliiilillngs open to tlle public.
2.15 p.m. Vaudeville In front of the
grand stand.
I 3 p.m.���World's championship la-
5 crosse match for Mltito Cup. Westminster versus Vancouver Athletic
Club.
Evening Performances
7.30 p.m.- -Grand electrical  display.
8 p.m.���Official opening of the third
annual N'ew Westminster horse show
ln the Arena building.
8 p.m.���Band concerts In Industrial
and Agrlcullural buildings.
8 p.m.���Continuous performances on
Buckeye run,
learns In Ihn   union,   although
line-up links formidable enough*
New Westminster will present a
change In tlie positions from last Sat
urday'* friendly game against^mo
Itowlng club, Wilcox, a former W��M
layer taking the full back po.lt on
1���  place of Smith, who ��OW Jto    11o
three-quarter*. Two new taive*. I"
the shn no or ����� Baundw* fj�� Jffi!
wlll bo out, Btunrt Snundors moving
llZ liio fo'rward pack together wUh
Kviiiib. who lust week was seen on tne
huck division.'
their; i gainst the Royals last week, but with
two good rehearsals held during the
week It Ib expected that considerable
Improvement will be shown, especially
Wednesday, October I.
!l n.m.���(1 rounds open to the public.
10 a.m.- -Judging In all departments.
10 a.m.���Hand concert on Columbia
street.
11 am   Special attractions on Sock-
in'grltlug away with tho ball follow-1eye run
Ing tho Bcrums. Saunders and Drrt,
the halves, mnde a good showing last
season In feeding the threo-d ib ters
and with an even break In the luck
column, one of the best games of tho
season with the honors going to tho
localr. should result.
Mr. Dwolly,   of   Vancouver,   will
officiate.', '
11.30 a.m.���Horse judging.
1 p.m.���Grand stock parade.
2 p.m.���Vaudeville ln front ot grand
stand.
3 p.m.���Grand cr-cn  air band concert.
3.30 p.m.���Football match.
Evening Performance*
7.30 p.m.���Grand electrical display.
City���Produ*,e Bought Up Quickly
in Most Cases.
Yesterday was one of the best mar
kel days that has been experienced
this year. About the time the exhibition people expect friends from out ol
town and lay tn a stock of good things,
and this Is responsible, tn a great
measure, for the increased attendance
of both buyers and sellers. There
was itn exceptionally large quantity
of poultry, which, however, was all
disposed of, though at slightly reduced prices Irom laBt week. Ducks
did not seem to be in very strong demand���other lines did well.
In vegetables tliere was a liir-.-jt-
supply of potatoes with but a fair demand: carrots and cabbage wcre plentiful and just about equal to the demand. A lot of enquiries were received for flrst- class onions, well
dried.
Tha supply cf eggs was altogether
unequal to ihe call on them nnd
prices went up to 46 cents per doxen
wholesale.
In the fruit lines the supply of apples was very limited and prices consequently stiffened to about $150 tor
No. 2, No. 1 being exposed, for sale.
There was a fairly large supply of
prunes which sold readily at from 60
to 75 cent* per crate and they were
oll gone early In the day. Also a fair
supply ot crab apples which were disposed ot very quickly, and a small
[quantity of Okanagan peaches, which
'went early ln the day at 70 to 80
Come This Afternoon and Avoid the Rush Tonight
"THE MYSTERIES
OF PARIS"
See
The Battle at th* Black Cat Innl
The "Wolf" at home!
Ths Fir* at the Country Innl
The Kidnapping of LaBelle Resel
The Broken Sword
The Death Trap!
The Curse of Gold.
See
The Boat with the Sliding Bottom!
Tho Thief!
The Surprise!
The Judgment of Prinee Otto!
Th* Hopper and the Buzzard     H^^
The Death of Joeephine!
The Necklace of Fate-LaBelle    Roee
Reclaimed!
I
**-
Undoubtedly the greatest example of Photoplay acting and staging yet produced.   Ha* held countless audiences spellbound with Its tremendous grip and action as scene after scene molds.
Scenario taken from the masterpiece ot Eugene Sue, one of the greatest genius the world has ever
seen, Is a classic of compelling power and tragic Btrength.    You feel the grip of a master mind.
THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS WOULD HAVE BEEN IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE LEGITIMATE STAGE,
AS ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY SCENES ARE REQUIRED TO PORTRAY THE GREAT CLAS8IO.
A SOLID MILE OF FILM (5,486 FEET) IS USED IN THE PRODUCTION.
OWING TO THE GREAT EXPENSE IN SECURING THESE PICTURES THE PRICES FOR FRIDAY
X       AND  SATURDAY  WILL BE
Main Floor, 15c. Gallery Reserved, 15c.
Box Seats, 20c.      Gallery Unreserved, 10*
t
:*
IN  ADDITION  TO THESE OREAT PICTURE* OUR REGULAR PROGRAMME WILL DE NUN PRI.'
DAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS* -.*��*.    ���*���*���*
��_*'*.
PHlit   BIX
THE-NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913
AGENCIES.
x [.ASSISTED ADS WILL BT! RE-
ceived for Tne News at the following places: P. T, Hill's drug atore,
o*_s Columbia street; A. Sprice,
Queensborough, Lulu Island.
��� RATES. ���
cissslflsd���One cent per word per
dav; 4c per word per week; 15c per
month; 6,000 words, to be used as renin red within oue year from date ot
cue tract, $26.00.
.��i����'SWijj^--
���V ANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
V. ANTED ��� CAPABLE   CHAMBER-
i..aid (Kngiish) desires situation in
..ew Westminster or vicinity. Ten-
i.ant, 201 Clinton Place, New Westminster. (2133)
I....L WANTED AT ONCE AT
.-dd's music liouse; one who can
;,lay piano and has had experience
u*. saleswoman preferred. 12138)
WANTED���ALL KINDS OF LABOR-
t rs' supplies. Oriental Contracting
l ompany, 413 Westminster Trust
building! 1*^120)
\\ ...VTED-CEDAH PILING 78 FEET
or over. Apply foot ot Eighth street,
v.augh, Miseuer & Bailey.      12116)
\\ ANTED���COMPETENT GIHL KOR
genera] housework und partial care
of children; expert cooking not required; references. Apply Mrs. W.
\. Peters, 538 Eighth street.    (209GI
WANTED ��� HOUSEHOLD FURN1-
mre in large or small quantities for
i-pot cash. Will give full value or
will sell your household goods and
'���ffecis by auction. Will guarantee
to realize value or no commission
charged. H. J. Russell, Westminster
Auction House, King's hotel block,
i olumbia street. (1981)
FOR SALE
WHAT QUEER THINGS
THESE FASHIONS ARE
FACHION   IN   VERSE
There   are   fashions   In   flowers
fashions in floods,
FOR SALE OR EXCXHANOE--FIVE
roomed modem liouse with furnace,
No. 712 Sixth   street,   alao   double
house, corner Sixth and  Hamilton, i Modes   in   habiliments,   fads
Apply 2CS0 Eton street. Phone High-1 nudes,
land 12!iOL. (21281 I Fashions  in   colors  and   fashions
��������������������������������������������� ' hats.
FOR      SALE ��� LOUNGE,      THREE  Fashions In  walking-sticks,   kerchiefs
beds, kitchen table and chairs, lino- and spats
and
the
in
leuins. all In good condition. Apply   Look at  the fashions in dogs and  In comely  ankles,   was arraigned   befall
813 St. Andrew street, fifth house!        .birds, JUBtlce Stapleton today.   A charge O
stones,   and   represent   peacocks   and
elephant* and Btrange eastern beasts.
SLIT, SLIT,  DOUBLE
SLIT���IS  SLOGAN
Denver, Col., Sept. 26. The futitrr
cf modern dress ideas in Denver bung
in lhe balance when Mrs. Dora i'unke
possessor  of a  double-slit   skirl    and
bet ire
f
TORONTO TO HAVE
0. S. CONSUL
United   States  Has  Not  Been  Represented in Canadian City for
Past  Twenty   Yesrs
[2126)   Fashions in thinking and  fashions in: vagrancy   was   filed   against   her   be-
 "                    words; cause  the  police  could   not   think  o;
irnn    saip    at    a    OAnmOTPm    'Fashions in.'things from a wulk to a any chafgns covering the ease,
.OR    SAI.K    AT    A    SACRIB1CB���             gm[.p j    Jmlg0   staplc,on   wllH   expeoted   to
S&Smm!Mh, Kb KSAndheave?he.p,thoMwl,��aren,tupl^*���s,a,,,pof-i,"k'-al ���m,r"v"-or
the    lot.     Kellington    &    Hendry, [ ��" ,he bl5ll>
(2122)
down from Eighth street.
Phone 680.
TWO VANCOUVER HOTELS FOR
for sale at right price, 334 Eleventh
street.   C. G. (2109)
FOR SALE���ONE 16-FOOT AND ONE
20-foot counter. Apply W. S. Rose,
508 Westminster Trust. (2110)
disapproval  on   Mrs,   Funke'*  action
yesterday in appearing down town in
GIRLS ARE CARRVING Itho double-slit  skirt,   so  slit on   both
SWAGGER STICKS I sides  as  to  expose  garters  gaily   decorated with  pink  rosettes.
Boston, Sept. 20.���Dozens cf girls
and young womeu returning from En-
rope on the several ships which docked in Boston, attracted attention by
the "swagger'' sticks they carried. Inquiries   brought  out   lhe   information
Want Freedom of Movement
if I win out." said Mrs. Funke, "it
will be a victory for modern dress.
True, my skirt is well silt, but it nf-
fcrds me grace of movement. If the
Judge sees this he will free nie at
once.
FOR     SALE-DOUBLE-BARRELLEp; fc| fa ��� ^       -| should worry about what ��� crab-
shot gun, price $15.   H. \. Wright,! r ' ;bv policeman savs concerning the fill
Edmonds. 12108)   with a  short,  sharp, steel  point,  had   gt ,M      Maybe   it   "as     that roaette
la hatpin beaten four ways lu the mat. U.^ (,..use(, M ma]iy m(,n ���, r(,,U)w n|l>
FOR    SALE-CHEAP    FOR    CASH, \*"_ "��� .discouraging  nasiera yesterday.
small cook stove,    sanitary    couch      "It is almost impossible for at. un-,    ���Tll0  policoilian    Bald  I Interfered
and pad, ladies' desk.   Box 48 Post escorted K"'1 to WU1* a, blo��i,in,  an,\ , with traffic.  1 didn't  s-e anyone  fol
Office. (2107) |Italian city and not be Insulted,    said   ,    -, ,       ,_���_      .   ..,���,,��� ���..
M,g�� Grace Hanley. a pretty ( blcago j	
ACREAGE NEAR NEWTON. JUST 8 j school   teacher.     "Roman   and   Nea-
miles out, less than 30 minutes' ride POlltan fops are beginning to find out   glAQ 11     IP    f*CT
on   H.  ('. Electric  from  New   West-  that any  girl  with a cane  would  bet-   MII-HAI     \\   ll[��
minster; soil excellent,   bottom   or ter be left alone." ���**
upland as desired;    tram    frontage,  	
$150  an   acre  and  remainder    just  MOONSTONES. OPALS. TO
back of frontage lots $100 and $125. | DECK FAIR LAO1E0
Terms quarter cash, two  years for 	
balance.   This is a sacrifice; estate I    London.  Sept.  26.���Moonstones    In 	
to be    cleaned    up at once.    Sole early Celtic mountings of gold, silver
agents. Curtis & Dorgan, New West- and platinum will be fashionable this  HI  You   They'll  Be   Abl.   to   Identify
minster.    Phone 466.    No trades.        season.    Black opals are second   Inv-
(2040)   orites.    Pendants are taking the nine*:-
  of   necklets.       Earrings    have     Ions.
YOUR TEETH FILLED
Toronto,   Sept.   26.    For     the   first
I time   In   twenty   years    the    Unitedi
states is upt to be represented In To- j
ronto by a Democratic Consul.    With
the resignation of Mr. it. s. Chilton,!
who for the past eight years bus been !
[Consul In this ctty, tiie opening conies :
for the recently elected president Wilson   to  hand  out one cl   his political
plums   locally.
Mr. Chilton is retiring on account
cf finding It necessary to devote his
undivided time lo his business and
family affairs, Mrs. Chilton having
been ill for some lime. He will re
main In charge of the consulate, however, until the acceptance of his resignation and the appointment of a
successor.
The appointment of n consul In foreign countries ts uu ancient custom.
I dating from Deoember '���'. 17S0, so fai
j us the United Stntes aro concerned
! but It was not until seven years latei
Ithat the constitution provided for sue'.
appointments,   According to the present system, the  American oonstllu-
! ticn   confers   upon   the   president   the
' power   to  nominate   his  consuls,   und
with   the consent   of   tbe  senate  to
make  the  appointments.    Since  our
American cousins know as much about
political plums a. do Canadians, Republicans have been in vogue for some
time in  the local    consulate,    They
have reigned since the seoond appearance of Cleveland  as   president,    in
1893.
are liis own words.
FELL FROM
A HAY LOFT
Suffered Tortures With His Kidneys
Until He Tried Gin Pills
You might think thst Mr. Baker needed a Burgeon more than OIN ri" IS
But there were no bones broken. His hack vas strained, Which was harder td
cure because nothing seemed to do any good. It is the same with ��� sprained
ankle end broken leg. \ on can set the fracture snd it will be well iu sii weeks
���but the sprain may take months to get well.
However, Mr. Baker fouud tl_ei_uick way to get relief from thc taiu-here
IB   (.11711    H'(tn-t *
���, ,       . ADt.Wvn.tB, Ont.
I nave been  s  great suflcrer   from  ICiifticy
Trouble from an injury to my back caused by falling
from ��� luy fcft sbout six yesrs sgo.   This
lelt my kidneys weak, so tliat every cold I
pot would settle in my kidneys and cause
Br??? "i '""I   X **��� ��lv>sed to try GIN
1 IU.b.   I found, to my surprise, after taking
two boxes that tl.e pains wer* relieved and I
!f,?*,V�� '^'oetter.   I am still taking CIN
PILLS end feel sure I will be completely
cured    I recommend GIN PILLS to all who
suffer from sny Kidney Trouble". C. BAKER.
You see, thc fall hsd Btrainr.l the
kidneys snd they wcre atlectcd by the
���lightest chill.   GIN PILLS Immedl-
���tely    strengthened   the   kidneys���
.,    ,   , soothed sny irritation and thui enabled
the kidieys to overcome the effects of the fall
If you are having pain in the back-or trouhle
with kidneys or bladder through accident or over-
work���do just as Mr. Baker did-tnke CIN 1>I! IS
They will help you���curs you-or wc will promptly refund your mom-- 1-y
fix boxes at y-mr dealer's. If, sftcr taking tbem, you feel that Gin Kill have
not helped you, return the empty boxes and get your money We will take your
word for it 50c. a box, 6 lor f i.t,n. "Sample box sent free if you write National
Drug and Chemical Co. of Cansda, Llmitea, Toronto.
NATIONAL LAZY LIVER PILLS regulate llie bowels nnd cure
Constipation. Biliousness aud Indigestion,   ijcaoox 1,5
A BAD FALL
TO  RENT.
., RENT ��� FURNISHED HOUSK-
.veeping rooms in private house,
i igtit minutes walk from post office.
��� lot water heating; use of bath. 55
Dufferin street. (2137)
lull RBNT���DESIRABLE COTTAGE
completely furnished, close in, all
conveniences; terms moderate. Apply at Y. M. C. A. 12132)
POR RENT PAIR WEEK, TWO
icom furnished suites in Royal
apartments, corner of Tenth and
,-gnes streets. Apply to Janitor or
White, Shiles & Co., 7.6 Columbia
street.  (MM)
( WNER, LEAVING DISTRICT, WlLL
rent ten acres good land In Surrey,
close to tram, for $:!0 per year, payable In advance. Particulars from
box 2115 The News. (21151
Your   Bones,   As  They   Did
This Man's
FOR   SALE���FIRST   GROWTH   FIR  banging   lobes
wood; cord wood $5 per cord, stove ;     The King Croesus Ftone. a fire opal I
wood    $2.5 0 per    rick.    Telephone: from  the  mine  in  Asia    Minor    that I
1005. (2026) 'King Croesus is said to have worked, j
���-_������-��������������������� ;is being worn a good deal. ...
Women with ��� taste for the Orlen ,'������ '""iter Springs bv .   sbeen-b��rd��r
Pomeroy, w.ish., Sept. 26,   Tin* human   skeleton   found   lust      week     at
FOR      SALE ��� HOUSE      PARTLY
finished, and 'arge cleared lot
monds.     Clear    deed
cash.    Apply Owner. Georg
Eighteenth avenue, Edmonds
Ed-'tal   are    adorning     themselves    wl
1 has been identified as that of Charles
Schmidt
Cheap    for Charm*  suspended from  11  long  neck   ��"?""���*'
rge Warne   chain.    They are carved cut of ante-  '" '  '
onds 'ithyst,    turquoise,    onyx    and    other]01   ';"���
who  was last  seen  hunting
mountains  in  the  winter
(1968) I
FOR SALE���gl.oe DOWN, J1.00 PER!
week, Canada's Pride Malleable,
Ranges; every oee guaranteed. Mar!
ket square. (19S3)
L08T.
LOST���A    LADY'S    FANCY
hag    containing    linen    waist,    pin
cushion and several  other articles, j
between Third avenue and    Sapper- j
ton.    Finder  please  return  to    425
Agnes street, or phone 429,      (2136)
Dr, I lean, who had done some den-
tal work fur Schmidt just prior to Ills
departure on the hunting trip, Identified several teeth in tha lower jaw.
His gun, bearing tbe rust of two
yearn, was found leaning against a
iiii. A hunting knife, a pistol. 11
I pocket knife and watch were also
j found.
Al nf these articles and some piece*
|if  his  clothing  have   biou   Identified
\\t.KK-|Rose   Day  p|anncd  in  Montreal���Pro- | bj.   Schmidt's  friends and  relative*.
While bunting, Sshmldt became se
AIL fOR THE SAKE
Of SWEEI CHARITY t
ceeds to Co to Help White
Planue  Cuffercrs
FURNISHED COMPLETE. Housekeeping rooms. $10 and $15 per
month at 224 Seventh Btreet. (1986)
BOARD  AND   KOOMS.
1  U R N 1 S 11 E 1) KRONT BEDROOM
with board at 61', Sixth street. I211S)
COLLECTIONS.
LAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY-
vhere. No collection, uo charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Ag-
'-ncy, 336 Hastings street west, Vancouver,  B.C, (19S2)
TO INVESTORS AND OTHERG.
The committee of .-^   Marx's church, Co-
ibia street fast. New Westminster, are
1     n   i"   ri'   [vi    tendi rs   for   1! hurch
*   -*j'*rt*.*. which is officially known ss pari
Lol  i. Kuburbun  Hi.., :.  3   City ol  New
Ktmlnnti r
- , llv propi : - In n well built roi m
hi 1 anil ., 1 url 1. hall, 20 feel IS (������������!
ri ���* ' in h build! ifl 1 nol Ini iudi -I and
II t,.* i*. movi '1 ,ii tin cost ol I .-������ von-
,-f
Tenders n *������'*���.1 "Tenders f*,i Kt. Mary's
"���-'.p. rty"  will  i��* r.<   Ived  by tin   under-
������oi'-'l 111   in '. p   in   nn  Mond iy, 1 ���     *- *
ti    191 a
N" nli dgi   In given I pt  tl
I'.tr,
FRANK   I'l.'SKI'TT   V    A
1 IE Cn    ".'        -1    E ,
\, ���*.* '.',"
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made to the Hoard of
License Commissioner* for the City of
N'ew Weitminiter at their sitting, to
be held on the loth day of December,
1913, or at any meeting prior thereto
that thc application can be heard, for
n transfer of the license to sell liquor
bv retail Issued In respect of the
Occidental hotel premises, Columbia
���<'reet, New Westminster. D.C., from
���he bolder, Michael Gowan, to Justus
Swanson and Adolf Otto Hanson.
Dated this 26th day of August, A.D.
1913.
MICHAEL  COWAN,
'11791 License Holder.
LOST���AT MILLSIDE OR ON MILL-
side car, lady's black handbag containing small sum of money, bunch
of keys witb owner's name plate,
and lady's gold watch, hunting case,
bearing raised monogram M. C. O.
Winder please return to this office.
Reward. (2066)
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
THESE iwo very attractive )
be sold.    Owner forced  t"
order to raise ., little cash.
Montreal, Sept. 26.���Montreal is to
have a Rose Day, a day of gladness |tr<i'|]
when a thousand young ladies, representing leading families in thi_ city,
will assist in converting tlle Canadian
metropolis into a gay garden of roses,
uud ail for sweet charity's imki
parated   from   his   companions. Mil
1'iiiipir and John Purcell, and lhey returned to camp, expecting him to
come in later. Ke was never seen
again, though a searching partv v.as
organized the next day and mountain
.ver., scented for days, Tin
thecrj is thai Sshmidt travelled Into
llie canyen tracking game and lost li!-
bearings and climbed oul of the can
yon i'li the opposite Bide, gelt'ng al!
the time further from camp.   He pro
DISCOVERS THE
ORIGINAL  TAILOR   SHOP
Brook*, Alta., Bept. It. Professor
Barnum Hrown. ol lhe New York nm- ;
s'lim of natural history, who is super
Intending the excavation of petrltli d
dinosaiirian remains cm the Ued Deer
river north of Brooks, bus pronounced tin impression of leaves found on
rock in the had lantfii, to In* that of
fig leaves, thus giving additional
(iroiil to the theory that ut one time,
ug,'_ ago, the prairie region enjoyed i
a  tropical of semi-tropical climate.
The  Impression ,-i   leaves ,'f other!
trees and plants found only In equatorial regions us well a* thai of exol
lc fruits are to be found lo the peculiar bed of tin*  river    'lhis river bed
bears decided  evidence lbat unci-    ul
mighty water rolled over it from the
unique laud formation* remaining,
'i'li" scientists are sur,- of the im-,
presslon of the fig leaf, although they 1
refuse in venture on the surmise ihuu
the gimleii of Eden was ever located
un,und  Brooks.
ADVANCE BOOKINGS NOW
BEING MADE to (he OLD COUNTRV FOR THE FALL and WINTER SAILINGS.
Let us make your reservations early and secure
best accommodation at the minimum rate.
We are agents for all ocean lines and can give yoa
vour choice of rail lines to the seaboard.
II. (I. SMITH. C,  P. & T   A.
527 Qranvlll* street, Vancouver,
w. 1;  D0PBROW, 0  a. r  D
1 hone Private Exchange HM
THOUSANDS HUNT
BUT NO WOLF P"
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
 BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
LT-
Rose Day in Montreal will be slmt-  babI*  '   "f,"  "hanited  and  perish
ed   in   that   U -,i ly   sin
lar to Rose Day :n Old London, wher
for three    yeara    Immense sales   otl
roses have been held on a certain day j
mes muHl   In each year in the sir.-* t , under tho !
orifice in  immediate patronage of her majesty,
 Queen Alexandra.' It wns the Queen       .
room.-, thoroughly mod- Mother  who originated tnis beautiful |__,'_j   '
r been lived In, situate | Idea  if  Betting apart one day   In   tlie
on which the people should be
an opportunity cf buying artl-
bo  far fr up
insbots could
NEW  Hn.M to
ern, nml hai
corner lot. lOOxlJJ f'-' t; nth St. It... .
tlful   view.     Very  attractive  i.rh-t-  andl-'ear
terms. given
ficial  wild   roses
institutions,   and   tin
SIX-ROOM new cement hlock house, <-x:--.*i
l.irK'. loi in lawn and stone fenced; slm- ,,
ot,*    lusi    off    KlnKsv. iv     Price    only   been   wonili'ilullv   gratifying
���> *_. a it 0.    Very attractive terms. I	
human   aid   that   bis
noi  he hoard.
1 hree sisters and thr'". brothers 1 I
the deceased live In ::ml near Pome
nv. and they count '" n satisfaction
that the mysti ry li
solvd
Shmldi carried an insurance policy
; for $3000  in  nn  old-line companv
, 1   ,���;,::   ���'���:*   f8V0r   "    Mr8'   *"a6    K'''' r*   ,l   " ],],
���i ���   '!   Blsti r,     : bere  I"-iuk  no  proof
Minneapolis, Bept. 26.   Although -.-;
200 hunting licenses have been granted sa far, not a siu^i" wolf pelt haa
appeared.    The country  often a reward of $T.r,ii for each wolf killed, and
as 11 nili. n number of claimants have 1
appeared by tbla time.    Few  licenses
have been granted women this year
Six hnuters have reported they havi
tosl their licenses.
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P    O.   BOX   44?
TELEPHONE   S?4
J. H. Todd's Music House
419  Columbia   Street,  New  Westminster.
GERHARD HEINTZMAN  AND DOMINION  PIANOS AND ORGANS.
VICTOR   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS.
Singer   Sewing   Mar.hlnea      Small   Musical  Goods of sll  Kind*.  PHONE  694
response    has
Nl ITE ���These two housefl won* huilt for
honi's and nr.- offered ni a price less
ihan v.*liai the material und labor cost
to ImlUI thetn, reffardlesS of tli'- valuable
p-Topertfefl upon whloh th'-y nr,- erected.
WRITE P. O. H'iX IM. CITY.
EASTMAN & COMPANY.
Phone 312.
201 Westminster Trust Building.
���
NOTICE.
Coquitlam Municipality.
"��� v.ilie noti> thnt tin- offlcei
".ion, Ip&llty   are   situated
p tl   River  Road,   Mallln rtvl :
A. HALIBORTON,
' '"7'. 1
I",
of   111"
,n    111.
CANADIAN  NORTHERN  PACIFIC
RAILWAY
l'"ltst'ANT to Section ���"'". Sub-section
1. of thi British Columbia Railway Act,
tail, notice i�� horeby given thai there
haB been deposited with thc Refflatrar ttl
New WcstmlnBter, n plan nhewlng proposed extension of Dock Spui rrom Rond
No. 1�� tn Cannl street. MIU'iiK' 3.9 A. to
.Mil"."-'���*  i '-���  A,   i-iilu   I I.n :   B1-1 nd
unii'-r   lh,-   low. pi    riven   '  '   '
the Canadlnn Northern Pacific Railway
c im-onm wlll take, and If tv c�� iry expropriate ih" lands required for lu rlxhl
"'���Way' T. II   WHITS.
i 2] 80 1 Chief Knglneer.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
NOTICE.
It
. Lots ���_* mid 29, Block  I. Snti.ti  .sion
of l.ot 808. Group I, Porl Hnney, in thi
niitrlct of New Wt.��tmlnBter
iVhercBS, -pro',I of 11," l"s*' of Certificate
TUI" Number 8288 I'. Issued In tl"* name
f   All,-"   tlay   I lorin.iii   has  1 11   fll'-l   In
Notice Is hereby given    that an ap-
pllcatlon will be made to the Board
Of License (.'ommlBBioners for the City l*ls office^ , fav lhn|  , ^n
nt New Weatmlnater al  their Bitting,  tbs expiration "f iiii" inonth from in-  dn
to be held on thc 10th day of Decern-  "f the firm publication hernof, li
ier. in,,, or   at   any meeting   priorhjRSSffi.rlSSf'S d?nritat?K
thereto  thut  the  application   can     be  certificate,  unl'-ss  In  thn  mcnjitlm"   valid
I   'I ibv
of   New
llnul.'
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
i.tuwen ���Bnoouvftr for Victoria Id a. ro.
;' r>. in. nnd it iHt
r^MVfti Vancouver for Seattle lf a. m
a  1] 11 p, tn.
reaves Vancouver f����r Niuiatttio 10 a.m
���it<l 6:30  p.m.
'.leaven ,'nnronver for 1'rinee Huper'
������rt Nnnhcn Point* 10 p m Wednei
i��.i>h   and   Sat ut dayi   at   11   p.m.
Chilliwack Service
1.1'iiv���  Chllllwack    1    *    in     T'i.'ivIht
1 imradsy and Saturday.
1-nviH   WiutmlnmiT   8   ��.   m    f-iindar
t.  dneediiy snd Friday.
DIB
-,,1 e,.(.l-.|rv
lath  Bepti
.1   C
ihiT
���tesBsm
in  writing.
OWYNN,
it.-mi-. r i*"*' ���
, N"iv Wedtl-n ""
1918. (20T8)
beard, for a transfer of the liceiiBe to lobjsetlon h
poll liquor by retail Issued  In  respect
of the Merchants Hotel,  In  the city!    i/mrt T
nf  Now Westminster,  B.C.,  from  the | "���'"
holders. Paul Koot and .1. A. Malm, to  CBS
the Biiid J, A   Malm ,.-,,-_,_��� _-.,.,r_._.r��
Dated this '.Oth duy of Ausust, A.D I WESTMINSTER
19U' PR0OT | IRON   WORKS.
.T   A. MALM
(1978)
I.iceiiH" Holders.
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New Imported Kail Bultlnga nnw on
display,    See thom.    Perfect  tit and
workmanship guaranteed. Prices from
$1X,00 up.   701 Kront Street.
Telephones:  Office 83, Residenes 429
���IOIIN  REID. Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING  AND
BLACK8MITHING.
Agents      Palmer      Bros.'    flnflollne
Engines,   Marine   tlnglnea   and   Auto
mobile Repairs,
Office and Works: Tenth 6t.
P O. Box 474.    N'*w We.tmln��ter. B.C
i-:i>
li
QOiri-KT,   Agent,
W.  UHDl-I-C U.  P.
New   WsfcliiHiv-li'
A..   Vi_i.oouv,il.
\>'hut wllh the hnrhor Improve-
nii'nts. the further
DEVELOPMENT OF
the flBherlcH nnd
Aitchison's
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
tureiy West mln 8 ter la coming to
her own.
J.N. AITCHISON
Tailor to Ladies and Gentlemen.
Wentmlnster Trust Block.
HERBERTPyipAL&CO
ff bin death  bef re-,  no attempt bus
iioon : ..ui.- in  :olleci the money.
PTE.  HAWKINS  TO   HELP LAY
COIINER-STONE  OF  ARMORY
Tcront *, Sei t. 28    Private 11:,v. kins
an ������ i ������'...��� man al I- l< .*. waa born
in Orono in tho count} of Durham
i'i." t�� o) le nr hh :.; th o wll-iKo and
if ihu Burroundtnj district have ar-
rani I lo ; resi . I an . Idr< b to hlm
;it tho tall. which "in n - loday In Or
in* i" v. ill teki hart iu tbe cermonj
if laying tho corner-stone of tbe m-v.
armory building In course of erection
hr the mllltla department   The cor-
��� i sti oo ih to in laid by Ct lonel Wil
llumn of Toronto. Colonel Wlllli .*
mu* li irn In Durham county.
The Durham Old Boya of Toronto
have been Invited to attond the fair
.rd ur." part in the ci remonles. Ar
:; ii rementi lisve been mad" with the
Canadian Northern railroad for re-
turn tickets al rlngle tare. The tick
'k ". i|t be good I'lcm Thursday even-
ng ii'l Satur I iy eignlng,
RAZORO FLEW IN
LADIM' BARBER ".HOP
Winnipeg, Sept. 'iS. Ab a aequel i
tin altercation which arose in the l-rtd
les' barber shop, 21" Ruperl Btreel
William .Martin, nged 41) years, of 32'
Rosa avenue, Ilea In St Boniface bos
pltul Buffering Irom Beveral BerioUl
knif" wounds, nnd .lohn Greenwald
of 710 Alexander avenue, Ib beld hy
the pollce charged wllh can.lng thr
Injuries,
According to eye-witnesses the iron
ble In bviI to have been brought ahout
in tha first place by Oreenwald, who
while Intoxicated refused io pnv foi
a thave. H" raised nti altercation
and It Ih ni'd that M'iriiii Interposed
on  behalf i f tho liurbcn!.
STORAGE
NO BIBLE   ('.FACING  IN
SCHOOLS  AT  PORTLAND
Portland Ore., Sept. 26.���The pchool
hoard of Portland tonight vot��d that
the llible Bhall nol be read In tha pub
lie  bcIiooIk.
Tho doolsion i'illo\\"il nn argument
before the bonrd os �������� tils lltera"*/
ilstorlcal and t"i'!in'"-il hi"" rf "������
crlpiures, When the board's vote
waa announced applause followed,
Opponents of tha ministers' proposals declared that even merely reading
i llible would hilts the pupil In proportion to the pefrsonallty or the
teacher, The .IcwIbIi and Lutheran
ministers were among the opponent*1
to the plan.
Several of our mo^t attractive
Fall Styles are Worfotks.
The "Norfolk" Suit has becn accepted by the best
dressed men of the country, for business as well as
for outdoor sports and motoring.
Wc are showing several distinct fall styles in Norfolk
Suits���in new Tweed mixtures and basket weaves.
Come in and see all our attractive fall styles in Suits
and Overcoats.' $18.50, $20.00, $22.50 up. bis
0 ******'%.
Y  FIT- 5*4
Ummm
tW
%
Acme Clothing
Company,
C. M. Green, Manager. m matiti
i::*r*is<*-ii.-.
'"���**���*,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1911
NOT SURPRISED AT
TEIKWA STRIKE
Provincial Agriculturalist Expected It
���Ti  n>.$ Highly of Fertility cf
B. C. Valleys
Victoria, Sept. St.���Although the
rush ol the Pleasant Valley and adja-
cenl d.::.-ictK luij ctiflt of Teikwa ai.d
Aldennsre, where the reoenl goul ax-
,11,11111,; Ih reported, had not commenced when h. it. Walker, provincial agriculturalist for northern Brit-
lata Columbia, left his headquarters at
Tili.'.... he says that anticipation
pointed fi nn early discovery In that
liiMrli:
Mr. Walker is in ihe city to consult
u.iii nu departmental chi< r-s of the
ngrlcult ira] department, ami  h,< ,\
plained tbat  he wiih over the  [round
\, heii ii ��� Btrike iH reported, a little
while "so, nnd found proipeotors al
wort and every promise if activity,
lie i. in' surprised tlmt ihe railroad
construction camps, and the towns
iii. ng me Qrand Trunk Pacific rail.
way In*,- lost numbers or men, who
Inn,'   In*'ii   Htlrn'd   by   the   Blorh s   ol
the valaable deposits lu tin. creek b -t
I'.miH ol the various valleys, He
thinks that ir the anticipation! of a
paying t'riVn are realized, there will
be .i rush from the west by war nf
Prinee Ilupert to thin new placer field
Fertile Valleys
As an agriculturist, Mr. Walker i*
mosl ent-tuslasth! Bboul the future of
lhe new British Columbia fir mixed
farming, lie says: "Until yuu Ir.iv
el through the valleys ns I have from
Prime Rupert to Port Oeorge, von do
mu realize thai, we have here thr
gr�� ��� ,. rrfcultural district in the
province, and a countrv admirably fitted  for dairying and mixed [arming
'Thin i-rea contains Home fine hot-
i,-ei hues, and has plenty of rain t'i
i,. . li  il.'   *.*r:i *,.-* in condition     The ii*  .
Pi, whu kre farming there alread)
ire onto too anxious tor assistance,
mul ti.i departure of Uu- govenunenl
in tending me into ilmt section nf
lln* pro' ice will enable nie to do
;���-,'il work ahi-ad of transportation
With tl*'�� advent of s'im! at l'ort
i,.iir*." In November access to the
country wiii be considerably better-
id "
.ir. ' ;.i:.it* found the Cariboo road
In h * * ndltlon owing m ra'n and
the heavy hauling of materials fot
rallwuy construction, nnd tn*-- missod
1 connection at Ashcroft for Van-
cum v hence he planned to sail for
'. .pi r; to attend tbe ' xhlbl-
*
LO-.EC   HIS  HEAi.   AND
WHOLE  FAMILY   IS  HURT
u    Was i.  ,;* pi.   26    If.   W,
... ,. ,.  promtnei ���  Earmi r n siding
Boutheosi ol  Pullman, hli
d their tour-yi ai   Id ron, are
, in j .'��� the P iit.um hospital ser-
,   v.,!- i ;    ths iiauli if an au-
lomol oldi nl yesterday and ti;. lr
i .inui. i ...   ��� n heap i f iubhiih.
Ti-. i .���::]��������� had strrted to Moscow
it 2 o'( ck to attend the Latah coun-
t    fab     \i tha raili    I crossing oaai
the   IVarrai ������'���-    tli i   company
, ;.      . ���'*.    i,  the  nisi   ond  of the
..   .,   ..:.,;.., bile wai   i': ��ek bj
i; it, a   .'>   train     'I be thr  -
.; a        ere thrown - ut and badlj
ijure*   and thi eutomobl! ��� *������ .i * drag
.   ,i  al       ' ' i  and demolish) d.
i he ;   ���    where the at eld al hap
i    .. i     on 8 sharp turn In Lhi   i tad
bed. i   1 It Ii linposslblo lo ��� i o train
. *. i.    i . .TuisTTiti:::...! ti i* an) gi. ai
.; , am '     Mr. Owlnn .   l nol   i *
*..  *i: 11 bi b of tin train until ��������� (
,   , *,i ���*, ,, ���-,     ii ni It, and .n--1 ��� Hi *'
I    momentarilj lost his bead ai d sl
lowed the big machine to 11 inge t nl i
the cn using ahead of the train, ivnich
,     ..    ng slowly, Tbo tender oaughi
hi .. nt ol the ma hint and tho ocou-
; ,1,:. i ere thrown to thi   ground. A
hum ip call  whs put  i'i  for physi-
, lane bj  by-standers and the Injured
t.iniii;.  were removed to the boss * il
where several physlolans attended 13
ii,. i.i nil afternoon.
FATHER AND SON  AT CA&
Accused of  Asriultlr i  Younj    Mai's
Fa'.hsr !n-L.-  ���
Wi lis '*. I'l.ihn. Be ���.    ";    i*"' I'"'1*
McKlia i   ' niul lil�� t\ih> . liih rl Mo
Klmi ' ��� ��rtw '���!"' *������*" ':',,<l wl!" M'
,,;,���-, i n ii: tathar U-law if yojmg
McK .nnn*. by beiL.HR blm with I
M, no i I r' .ol<" r, ent. rod pleas 'f
nol K Ity ' il��v and their tr'uls wer:'
,,.i t,: Octob r 7 and 8 respectively.
i *'in n McKlmmey's bond was daclar-
, <l in.,iili',iii nl and h" was renintidi"! ;
b< th custody of the sheriff until a
sufflcli tn   bond  iH  Iiirnishi il
Claude Logsdon, charged with grand
larcenv, was permitted to enter s pirn
i I guilty W P"tty larceny. H<> ��'.ll
be lentenoed next Thursday.
.Ise- Mooro entered a pica of nol
Utility tn rubbery. His trial Is set for
OCtob r li. ,      ,,.,
..cits... W, Anderson, charged wltn
burglary, entered a V"'& of not guilty.
HiB irlul \vflH set for October 7.
BRING? NEWS OF ���ATT,LT__m_.._��
AMONQ UP-C0A8T INDIANS
Vlclorla. Bept."w^Roturning from
nn univentful cruise to Northern llrlt
Ish Columbia ports the steamer \en-
lure Capt. Parka, arrived In port hen
scently and Ifttr taking up aome
passengers and a little freight, sailed
"SThe Venture brought news of the
Indians Main at Klmsqult In, th. ba
ll- rf two weeks ago. Before any cf
the Indians wero allowed to touch a >
or the bodies to prepare then, for bur
l���|    their   hnnilB   were   carefullv   ex-
,1.,;,..  This yt*mtm.ymn����������
iisiv i,��*i(!r to mcBl of the Indians nav-
ng" li/ hands ttm handlns net ���
Three men were found *��* "V���
, and. in good con<mion. inn*1 �� th the
nsslsttinee of 'lora,l,,0\Co,l^���: were
her nnd a Japanese, the bod o�� were
prepared Mr burial. The coffini ��ow
placed In boats, and with art M
Lnd playing, the processon wound
Its way down tho rlvor w ths***3K
burying ground at Salmon rlvor The
I iii-IhI Bervlce wna carried out to tue
aeiompVnWWit of walling and lumen-
intlunii.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
WE QUIT!
TO THE
PUBLIC
After a successful business
career, covering a period of 30
years, Mr. W. E. Fales has decided to bring his business to
a direct close, and offers his
entire stock of High-grade
Furniture, Carpets and Rugs
at practically cost price and
less.
The stock is clean and up-
to-date, and includes many
thousand dollars worth of
New Furniture bought for the
Fall trade.
As Mr. W. E. Talcs wishes
to make a quick clean-up of the
stock within thirty days, nothing will be reserved; positively everything will be sacrificed
regardless of cost. In plain
words���[ have about $40,000
tied up in the best Furniture I
could buy in the world's largest
market, and this stock must
be turned into cash���thesoon-
er the better.
I had three ways open for
disposal���to sell the business
outright; to dispose of it
amdng the smaller d alers, or
give the public the benefit of
buying at cost prices. The latter plan I have adopted. We
are going to make this sale
eclipse any previous sales ever
held in New Westminster.
Wait for the Great Bargains
event and save money.
Commencing Tuesday morning, September 30, at 9 o'clock
wc offer every piece on the
four exhibit floors and the
warehouse at Manufacturers'
Cost. Reductions from the
retail prices of one-half to one-
third. These will continue until the entire stock has been
sold.
W. E. FALES
ASSISTED BY
THE IVER SMITH SALES CO.
OF NEW YORK AND
VANCOUVER
$40,000 STOCK OE HIGH-GRADE FURNITURE AT
REDUCTION Of ONE-HALF TO ONE-THIRD RETAIL PRICES
Our announcement tells tht whole story���we are quitting the Furniture Business for good and all, and are offering
our entire stock at cost, and less than cost of manufacture to close the business quickly. It is needless to state that
there will be no reservations���every article in the house at reductions that afford an unusual opportunity to the
furniture buyers of New Westminster and vicinity. Everything marked in plain figures���you can see the former
price and the closing out price���showing you at a glance what you really save. Come early and make your selections. ..,: jg.
THE BIG SALE OPENS AT 9 O'CLOCK ON TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 30.
STORE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY TO MARK DOWN GOODS.
PRICES   AND   VALUES
We are not going to quote prices here. Seeing is believing. Visit the Store and we will demonstrate to your
entire satisfaction that never in the histouy of New Westminster has an equal opportunity existed for saving.
$40,000 worth of Furniture, Carpets and Rugs for your inspection. Our only aim, our highest hope and our
fixed determination is to clear out every stitch of stofk in thirty days.
1
W. E. Fales Furniture  House
AGNES AND McKENZIE STS., NEW WESTMINSTER (Opp. Ctrneg* Library)
-ASSISTED BY-
THE IVER SMITH SALES CO., OF NEW YORK AND VANCOUVER
t~i
i j PAflK KiaflT
"    THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, U13
f
��� *
^Annandale
Supply Co.
' TEA   AND   COFFEE
SPECIALISTS.
p. O  Box 2 Phones 1 and 67
641 Columbia St.
Saturday-
Specials
'..lianas, large nnd ripe, per
doien 25c
Bananas, hunch lota, per lh.5e
Fresh Krks. we guarantee
them, per doz 45C
Fresh Dairy Butter, good and
sweet,  8   bricks Sl.OO
Cape Cod Cranberries, tlie
first of the season,  lb.204
Hed drapes, Green Grapes,
Blue Grapes, all 2 lbs. 25C
Tomatoes,   per   basket 256
Okanagan Teach, basket..254
Ked and Green Bell Peppers,
per Ib 206
Cooking Apples, 5 lbs 256
Jonathan Apples, extra fancy;
the finest table   apple, per
t>ox  52.50
Sweet Potatoes, 5 lbs 256
SEE    OUR     DISPLAY    OF
FRUIT.
Supply Co.
STORES   FOR   VALUE.
Dominion Trust
Company.
New Westminster
IJ ranch.
The Perpetual Trustee.
C   S   KEITH, Manager.
���1 l'er Cent, on Deposits.
"'flees: Vancouver, Victoria,
New WeBtininBter, Nanaimo,
Calgary, Winnipeg, Montreal,
' larlottetown, London, _3ng.,
Antwerp, Belgium.
CURTIS
REXALL
DRUG
STORE
.. for ..
PHOTO
GOODS
SPECS
CIT^T
FALES QUITS THE
FURNITURE BUCINZSC
All notice, of meeting., entertainments, .ale. of work, etc., in this
column are charged for at the rate
of 10 cent, per line. Plea.e do not
aGk member, of the staff to break this
rule, a. their instructions are positive.
Schools to Close.
lt has been notified that the schools  dition to the Occidental hot
will  be closed  on  Thursday  and  Friday next on account of the exhibition.
Take the round trip on the Transfer
this afternoon, leaving B.-K. wharf al
2 o'clock.   Fare $1. (2134)
Local' Council Meets.
The members of the Local Council
of Women expect to assist in the tea
rooms at the fair, and are having a
meeting at Ii p. m. today at the women's building on the fair grounds to
make final arrangements.
For sale at a sacrifice, 20 lots on Bi
C. Electric cut-off. Worth titiO each,
$3100 cash buys the lot. Kellington &
Hendry.   Phone 680. (2122|
. Ladle.' Aid Meet.
A meeting of Uie .Ladles' Aid society
of the Olivet Baptist Church was held
yesterday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. Eugene Brown, 331 Fifth
street, when ordinary business was
discussed. /
the best on Columbia street. The Bismarck cate will be taken over by Mr,
Campbell and run in connection with
tlm hotel.
It is estimated that th*** improvements will cost in the neighborhood
of $25,000.
Next week tlie contract for the atl-
.'1, totalling
be award-
some $20,000. will probably
ed.
All of this work means much to the
building trade of the city, as it will
mean not only business to the building contractors, but also to plumbing,
electrical and heating firms lu the
city.
Church Social.
The    Young    People's    BOOlety    of
Queens Avenue Methodtal church held
8   social   last   evening   at   (he   .hurch
parlors.
For all building supplies  and  fuel
oil apply to the B. C. Transport Co..
Ltd., 505 Westminster Trust building.  Thursday
Office phone 826, wharf phone 880.
(1988)
Grand Jury Met.
Yesterday the, grand'jury reassembled in the assizes court, but were
informed by the Honorable Justice
Clement that there were not indictments ready for their consideration
ind consequently they would be relieved from duty until next Friday.
Notice���Be a peer of good taste and
get your barbering done at the Hub
Barber shop. Pominion Trust blook
where cleanliness and good workmanship is a specialty. A new artist ha"
been added lo the staff.    Give    us   a
rial.    Satisfaction guaranteed.    J. R.
.'con, proprietor. (2139)
Cleaned Up Prizes.
N'ew Westminster dog fanciers, P.
J. Mcl-aughlan and J. J. Jackson,
practically made a clean-up of the entiro prize list In the colll^; class jjt
the Victoria'fair on Thursday, capturing ten prizes out of a possible fourteen..
Dance on Tuesdays.
- Through a change in the plans, the
weekly dances cf the Uoyal city Dane
ing club will be held on Tuesday evenings in St. Patrick's hall with the exception of next week when the usual
night dance will be held.
As a surprise to most of his friends
and customers Mr, W, H. 'Kales, of the
big furnituro liouse. has decided to go
out of business.    Mr.  FaUs has been j
iu    active    business    tol   more    than I
thirty  years and  has earned  a  much
needed rest.    The door.*; of his store
will be closed for all times as soon aa
the entire stock lias been sold.    This ;
will   be a   sale   of extraordinary,   im-!
poi'tance, an event that is iltstined to I
set a new record.- tor value giving iu i
New  Weatminati r.    The   Iver  Smith ,
Sales Co., of  Vancouver,    will    assl-t
Mr.   Fales   In   closing   cut   his   entire*
slock  of  furniture, carpi ts.  rugs and
linoleums, and they will make a rjulck
turn.    Prices haw been cut to actual]
erst of all merchandise and anything
you buy at this sale will be a bargain. !
You  can't  make a  mistake,    Thrifty. I
economical    furniture   buyers, should I
take advantage    of    this    remarkable
price reduction at  tliis Retiring from
Business Sale.    The Iver Smith Sales i
Co. absolutely guarantee    satisfaction
with  every   purchase  or  refund  your
money wittloht question.
Church Notices
:    ST.  ANDREWS
'CHURCH,     cormr
THE MAN WHO INVESTS IN FIRST
MORTGAGES HAS
NO FEAR OF
TIGHT   MONEY
Nor is he worried
with the fluctuations of
the stock market nor
real estate depressions.
He goes right along
with his work without
worry.
We have placed millions on mortgages for
investors and they have
never lost one cent of
principal or interest and
they have made money,
too, because money at 8
per cent, doubles itself
in about 8 years.
We are thoroughly
equipped to relieve "you
of all bother regarding
it. We will secure the
mortgage, look after all
collections, etc., for a
very small percentage.
Call in and let us tell
you more about our
Declaration of Trust
plan.
Burquitlam Fair Opens.
The Burquitlam Agricultural society
hold their annual fair on their grounds
on the Austin road today. The entries
constitute a record and a most successful exhibition is anticipated. Last
night the committees had everything
ffflll in hand.
Stoney to loan on first mortgages.
Improved city nnd farm property
9 per cent. Alfred W. MeLeod. (1989)
To Give Ball.
The Coquitlam Conservative club
met recently in the house of the president. Qeorge Alderson. North roatl.
and resolved to hold a masquerade ball
on the night of the lfl'h October. Musical and other committees were appointed to arrange the necessary details and they will report at another
early meeting to he held in the president's house.
Emerneney Csbie.
Employees of the  li.  C,  Telephone *
company are recovering the old cable;
across the Fraser river which did ser-;
vice  until   the  present   one   was  laid i
some nine months ago.    When repaired,  this old  submarine cable will  be
laid  alcngside the  present cable and !
will be used In times of emergency.
Left $350 Behind.
The city police court treasury was
enriched to the extent of $350 yeal ir-
day when seven Orientals, arrested
lie night, previous aud let out on $T> i
hail each, failed to answer to their
oames. Ed, Johnston, court crier, was
given a great chance to use his
Chinese vocabulary when calling f_r
the missing Orientals, although it was
noticed that Kd. made no second attempt after peering around t.ie building in search of flowing jacket and
heeless shoes.
Booth at Fair.
Arrangements were completed yesterday by the executive of the Y. VV*:
C. A. for establishing a refreshment
booth at the exhibition next week in
(he'agricultural building. litis is th'.
,'irst time that this society has beon
represented at the exhibition, the arrangements of yesterday being that
a separate force cf ladies shall ta!;e
charge of the booth on the different
idays of the fair. Tea and coffee,
sandwiches, pork and beans, will be
served, while, if the weather is at all
disagreeable on any of the days, hot
soups will  be on sale.
OBITUARY.
PRESBYTERIAN
Carnarvon     and!
Blackwood  streets.    Services  11  a.m. |
and  7:80 p.m.;   Sabbath school    and1
Bible class 2:30 p.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN !
CHURCH���Services 11 a.m. aud 7:36,
p.m. Evening subject. "The Judgment." Adult Bible class and Sunday I
school at 'i:'M p.m. liuild meets on
Monday at S p.m. Strangers welcome, i
M. Gordon Melvin, B.A., minister.
OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH���Rev.
A. S. r.ewis, B.D.. pastor.    Public v.or-1
ship 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.. with  set*, j
mens by the pasti.r.    Morning subj. ct. I
"Open Oates."   Evening subject. "The I
.Middle Course."   Baraca class for men
In church auditorium    at 2:30   p.m ;
Fidelis class  for young  women  same
hour.    Young people's social Monday
(veiling  8  o'clock,    All  young peopl?
invited.
ENGLISH LUTHERAN SERVKE
will be held at the Cunningham hall,
39 Sixth sireet. one-half black from '
pes; office., next Lord'B Day i coning
at 7::iu o'clock, conducted Ij.. the Rev.
T, A. Schoeuberg, Held s- cn tary of
the Lutheran denomination for thi
Pacific coast. This service and all the
services of this organization will h
held in tlie English language and all
'the members of the Lutheran faith, no
matter what the mother toiiRiie ma)
oe, are most cordially invited to be
present.
.    CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Civic Half Holiday.
Insure with Alfred W. MeLeod. the
insurance man. All kinds written.
Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
(1989)
In accordance with usual custom I
hereby proclaim Tuesday. September
30, from 12 o'clock, a Civic Half Holiday, und respectfully invite the citizens generally to so observe the same
A. W. ORAY. Mayor.
Mavor's OfTice, Sept   25,  1911!.
(2184)
Labor Question.
At a meeting of the harbor committee yesterday, the subject of the employment of alien and outside labor
it lhe harbor works was considered.
It came down with a report from
Thomas Turnbull, building inspector. The contractors were examined
and as a result no men will in future
In* employed there except upon a certificate hy ihe Inspector that they are
bona fide residents of New Westminster.
Fred Davis will sell by public auc
Hon on Saturday evening. September
87, at. X o'clock sharp, at RuBsell'p
Westminster   Auction   House. Kine'>
hotel block, Columbia slreet, the
furniture and effects of nn eight room
liouse (removed for convenience or
���ale to the above rooms).    Sale will
' lude some high class furniture. In-
eluding kitchen range, heater, brass
and   Iron   beds,   mattresses,   dressers
Id ���'"���arils,    piano,    etc.,    etc.     Every
im cle must be sold regardless nf
price offered. (2126)
GORDON The funeral will be hi Id
at 'i:i,i) o'clock today from his late
residence, _;!7 Third street, of Hugh
(ioidon, who died suddenly at midnight of Thursday. The funeral will
b" held directly from the house, whin
a private service will lie conducted,
to the new cemetery, Sapperton.
The late Mi. Oordon may be '���! is "d
is one of the old timers, as lie cam
to New Westminster with his family
In 1889 Prom the early you'.h of a
lift if 59 years he had heen engaged
in the lumber business, tie- last 16
years being spent with the Brunette
Sawmill company of this city. Ha was
born In Portage dn Fort, Quebec, and
before moving to this province he was
connected with some <t the besl
known timber and lumber linns in the
east
Mr. Gordon leavea a widow and one
sen, W, H. Gordon, editor ol The
N'*ws, in this city and several brothers
and slaters on the prairies, In eastern
Canada, iu New Zealand and In lln
Yukon, lie \.*is a member of St.
Stephen's Presbyterian church, hy He
! minister of which, Rev. M. Gordon
Melvin, the services today will be
condut ted.
Sale  of Seats.
In order to make it more convenient (
foi citizens desiring to make seat res- '.
* nations  for the horse show    which j
epem on Thursday evening, a plan of
ih.- Interior of tin. building has been
. placed in the ofllce of il. Tidy on Columbia ctreet. Mr Tidy will also have
chargo of the advance sent sale The
boxes In the arena contain four sents
and 810.00 will reserve a hox for the
week. Fifty cenis is assi-SKed for
reserved seats and 26 cents general
admission. A splendid program has
heen arranged for each evening, and
it   Is   expected   that   the   large   arena
iwlll he crowded on every occasion.
	
MURPHY ��� Michael j Murphy,
farmer of Agasslz, died on Thursdaj
last at si. Mary's hospital and will
be hurled loday at 9 a.m.; service al
Sl.  Pi tor's cathedral.
SEAT ARRANGEMENTS
FOR THE EXHIBITION
HON. JUSTICE CLFMFNT
HANDS DOWN JUDGWNT
yesterday Justice clement handed
down the following written Judgment
upholding Mr McC.uarrle'K application
ii favor of Newman brothers
"In my opinion the amendment of
pm:: does not apply to a certificate
under tho Quieting Titles Act, Such a
certificate is nm nn "oriior of court,"
still lest does li direct the IsRue of a
" rtlflcale ol title under the land reg-
l��l ty act. The probative effect Is prescribed by section 20 of the quieting
title* acl  i i would have no hesitation In saying thai sm-h b title so de
clared is a sv, holding and market
Jble title, in view of the opinion I
have expressed there ihould be no ne-
cesslty for anj order  Liberty to apply
NECESSARY HOTEL ADDITIONS
BOOST BUILDING  TRADE
Box     Seats  Offered  and     Member-; hi
Tickets Will Be Sold Down Town.
A  plan of the interior of the aren
in Queens park wai w stcrd.i*. placed I tBtse
in the office of ll. Tidy on Columbia       a
street, and n'ni reservations are now'
being made fur tin* hots.- sho*'., *,.!i ������'���
will be opened on Tuesday ovi ning bj
Mavor Gray.
Ten dollars le the assessment for
boxea nf four suits each, hul leu
holders are permitted to arrange for
one or more guests by procuring :'
genernl admission ticket. Fifty cent:
is the price fm* reserved seals, while
the general admission Is 26 cents.
Membership tickets,   good   fu*  ad
iiilttaiit e to the grounds, have heen
placed In a number of down town
offices, Adults are -assessed ti for
lln* week and children tl. A special
ticket I.s also Issued for automobiles,
lhe price of which Is t'i for Ihe week,
including admittance ol chauffeur, /
ticket admitting mi express rlfl c
dray, together wtth driver, Is issued at
$1 for the week.
Mrs.
and Miss'
I..HAM .   A UT M.
MEMBERS OF THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY  OF  MUCICIANS.
Lessons in Pianoforte, Violin, Blng-
ing, Voice Production, Tin cry nn
class or privately). Harmony, Counterpoint, Musical Form and History.
Pupils prepared for tin* examlna
ti'.-.s of tiie Assoctati d Hi ard of Hn*
Royal Academy (f Music and Iloyal
College of Music Ai-i Professional
Diplomas, 'I i ai her or Perfi n	
Por terms. 11 ���*.. apply  :"!  Dufferin
Street.    I'ln ne 411 It. i _iU.: i
SADIE FRASER
Maa. Bac.
ClnQlnn,   Piano,   Theory.
For Terms and  hours Apply at
Studio,  1011   Hamilton  Ctreet.    Phone
1319 R. -111*77��
MISS A. MILL
DRESSMAKING
Fancy and Evening Dresses
a Specialty.
Room 14, Smith Block.
VICTORIAN  ORDER   OF  NURSE8.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence Y. W. C. A Phone I'.l'il
MATERNITY,  SURCICAL AND
MEDICAL CASES  ATTENDED.
McAllisters Limited
Specials in New Furniture
A Beautiful Fumed Oak Dining-Room
Suite, specially priced, for
$109.50
This handsome suite consists or a set or six chairs, Including one arm chair; all with good leather cusli
ions and shapely legs; a six-foot round extension table with hea��y  pedestal bat)*;  a handsome buffet
glass mirror, and a new shape China oabloet This elegant suite Is especially
 S109.S0
with a
priced,
large Hriti-.h  plate
complete   for
A new delivery of Son-Grass Furniture Just to hand, including many
lounges, chairs and settees.    Also a number of pretty occasional tahli
dally priced.
new   and  comfortable  shapes    lu
R   lu  different  designs.     All  upe-
A Special Shipment of
Inexpensive
Tapestry Carpets
Just Arrived.
Importi .1 direct from Kngland. a hiK
new shipment of Tapestry Carpets,
jusl unpacked ttnd all ready fur your
selection,
Body  Tapestry   Carpet:,,   all     shades:
and many new designs. Yard    60C
Tapestry Squares, In every   coloring,
large and   small  patterns     Size Kx9
feet, eaeb         $7.75
SI e 9x10-6,  ench          S9.S0
size :i\i*j teet. Mch S12.50
Tapestry stair Carpets, a full range;
i'i Inchea wide, per yard.,     50c
87  iiuhes   wide,  per  yard...        65c
Sweater Coat Time
is Here
Onr stock is now complete with hundreds ol Sweater Coats for men and
Women. Also nil Blzes for boys and
ITirlB. Almost every conceivable combination of colors Is here to choose
rrom. and In many different sylei to
suit every want
Men's Sweater Coats,
fr"'"      51.95 to 57.50
Women's  Sweater  Coats,
 52.00 ��o 510.00
Boya  and  fllrls'  Sweater  Coats,  at
'"����  Sl.OO to 54-50
Xave-Browne-Cave
Blankets, Pillows, Comforters, Etc.
To get you acquainted with our new bedding department, now opened on thc main floor, we are gjT-
glvlns very special prices ..n ail Blankets, Pillows, Comforters, Flannelette Blankets, etc for tbls week.
! bm Price Tickets iii tbla department
McAllisters Limited
s
ewe'v?
THE  MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Day sessions the entire year.
Night session Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings,
Individual Instruction In Btai rtband,
Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeplni
Arithmetic, Spi lllng, Penmanship and
allied subjects I') specialist.-! al cither
session.
ENROLL NOW.
THE MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
'   '   30UCK, Principal
BIO Columbia  r>t.
HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Branches  Throughout  ths  Province of British  Columbia.
Savings Department nt all Branches Deposits of One Dollar and
upwards received nnd Interest at the highest current rate paid or
Credited bait yeurly.
A  GENERAL  BANKING  BU8INE88 TRANSACTED.
Oraftn and Travellers' Cheques sold, payahie In all  parts of thn
world.
CHAS. O. PENNOCK, General Mansper.
New   Weutmlniter   Branch: A. W. BLACK, Manager.
Phone 853.
few crates of choice
peaches for preserving left
at 90c. per crate.
Tokay Grapes, 2 lbs. 25c.
Red Spring and Steelhead
Salmon and Halibut, 2 lbs.;
for 25c. i
Smoked Halibut and Sal-
mon, 2 lbs. 35c.
W. J. RUSE
(Successor to Ayling * Swain.)
���447 Columbia St. Phone 98.
B
E
UY
URNS
EEF
-and���
NJOY
EATING
VERY DAY.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Get our Prices on Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Rotary
Cut Fir Veneer Panels.
Delivered on the Job.
Enqulrs about our special stochse. they are money savera.	
THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBIR CO.. LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
it
P. Burns & Co. Ltd. if VOu read THE NEWS you get all the news.
Palace  Market, Columbia St., Phones
1200,  1201,  1202.
Sapperton   Market,   Phone   1204,
Eighth  St.  Market,  Phone  1205.
Edmonds   Market, Phone   L883.
PHOTOS OF CHINESE
IN GREAT DEMAND
Whatever elie mav ho tha effect nf
the new provlnolal Minor act, which
���-'ins Into effect In .lanttnrv next, the
'n"! Hint It hns hooded tho building
Industry In the elty In very evident
ViMiril'tv morning Sloan and Har
contraol for an additional two stor-
|bv�� to tbe Liverpool ArtnH hotel on
���r"olumblo strePt, owned liy ThomaB
" i*1 Mr. Ovana has vranted a
n:i year lease to Talmage Campbell,
trim  rm*   protirletO'" of the hotel,  who
p'.nna on  r.inklnij the hostelry one of
I.o.'ii-I photographers will reap a
harvest during the nexl few weeks,
for a regulation ahn boon issued from
Ottawa thai everv Chinaman rnusl
hava IiIh photograph taken ond filed
with the Immigration authorities, to-
nether with IiIh age, occupation, etc.
The objeel or the order Ih sa'd not
io mnke ii any harder for tbe Orientals now In ('lunula hnt to make In
simpler for thi m to travel hack to
their mil lve land and to prevent impersonations
Similar regulations are In force In
California uiul other states.
Short Term Loans
WE HAVE CLIENTS WHO WILL MAKE SHOUT
TERM LOANS FOR A PERIOD NOT EXCEEDING
ONE YEAR ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY OR PURCHASE AGREEMENTS OF SALE.   APPLY
F. J. HART &  CO., LTD.
Established 1191.
We write Flra, Life, Accident, Employers*
Marino  Insurance.
Lis Willy,  Automobile and
Notice to Passengers-City Lines.
CHANGE IN FARES-Eff��ctlv�� S��pt. 18,1913
ORDINARY FARE-FIVE CENTS.
For the convenience of pasengers, conductor
will be provided with strips of five tickets, good on
city lines only at any time, which will be sold foi
twenty-five (25) cents. _,���,,.__-
WORKWOMEN'S TICKETS.
Strip:; of ten tickets (five green and five white)
will be sold for forty (40) cents, good on city lines
only, but the white tickets will ONLY be accepted on
the cars between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m. The green tickets
will be available until midnight.
Tho rates and conditions previously prevailing
governing transfers, school children s tickets and the
requirement of a double fare after midnight will
continue in force. _. _,_,���_.������
BRH1SH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.

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