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VOLUME 8, NUMBER  18'   a,
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   WEONESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1913
PRICK FIVI CENTS
SAY IHEY HAVE EOUND
Two Prospectors Named Severs and Hirst Arrive in New
Westminster Last Night With Specimens���Think
They Have Struck it Rich Near Newport, on the Pacific Oreat Eastern Railway.
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iikIi and ready ���"������or), of railway
ULSTER CONFERENCE HIS MEMORY
MOST UNLIKELY     PROVES FICKLE
Secretary   McKenna   Asks Greenwood Says He Can't
"What Is There to Con-       Remember Year He Was
.   fer About?" Married.
LOSS BY EIRE MILITIA RUSHED
STILL PILING UP      10 RIOT AT MINE
Blazes In San Diego and on Canadian
Prairies Cost Thousands of
Dollars Dally.
Newport us a second Suslianna, ts
the prophesy brought to tills city yesterday morning by t'laude Severs, a
Frenchman, and an old tlmu miner,
and Al Hirst, an Englishman, who arrived here In order to take oul mining
claims on u certain section located
nbout 80 miles of Newport where tliey
claim gold and cupper strata is to be
found in abundance.  To back up tlieir
statements Severs brought a small box
full i.f quarts and gold which Ih said
to have been picked ii|> from the spot
where lhey intend to locate for the
winter.
The discovery Ib said lo be u secret
among five men, all employees of the
Cunningham Contracting company
who hold ix sub-contract from the Pacific (Ireat Kastern rallwuy company.
Which is shoving Its nose from North
Vancouver t�� Fort (ieorge via
port.
tlu       	
construction. 	
Take Claims Today '
The News representative discovered
the pair at the Windsor hotel where
lhey are staying until they get their
claims recorded thin morning, after
which they leave for Nanalmo where
IS NO COMMON GROUND
Unionist Press Advises That Party to
Keep Away from Any Conference
���interest  Increases.
The effect of the unfortunate remark by E. P. Davis, K.C, In the Dean
trial  that  the accused had  been  sen-
tf^^^^aj^^m^^^^^^ax^^^^^^....^ (fenced to a term in the penitentiary In
; Minnesota, has been that the trial will
London. Oct. 7.  -The prospects of a  proceed but that Mr. Justice Clement
conference on the I'lster problem ap*
Regina,  Oct.  7���Between   Tour and
live tuousand    dollars    damage    was
done this morning by tire, when a conan Giving Testimony In Dean Case j 9i(j,.ruLtlo quantity of    furniture   was
I burned ur damaged by water In the
.Hcond Btorey of the Itegina Trading
!company's warehouse on the north
side. The loss is covered by Insurance. The big motor truck had considerable trouhle In getting through
tlie mud in the slreet recently cut up
by excavations for sewer and water.
Strike Trouble at Trinidad Breaks Out
Afresh���Bullets   Flew  and
Horses Killed,
SAVED FROM ROPE
AT ELEVENTH HOUR
Badly Shaken by Counsel for
�� Defence.
| pear    t
be   diminishing somewhat.
Severn will arrange his household ^ j^ln* by Home Secretary Mc-Kuna's
for the gold strike,      ' -   - ...     ..<���.,._.  ��� ���,_..
fects and then ...
Severs, when approached for Information as to the discovery, was positive thai the place was abounding with
minerals which wlll mean fortunes for
the I'acific (ire-it Kastern and also to
tbe miners. This lshow he describes
his  Btory of the discovery of gold:
"Lasl   Wednesday   we  were  eating
will consider very carefully what
course he will pursue in his charge to
the jury.
The chief feature ln yesterday's pro-
codings was the raking cross-examl-
our dinners, seated on a big rock  in
Ch-Ckamua   valley,   at   Mile   17   above
headquarters of the P. 0. E.   Af-
lhe
nfer'enc'e  means   nothing  but '������������V[0^"0l 0**** "r^n^od JW  s'r
 .......i �� Charles Tupper  from  which  the  wit
New
er the meal was over I  picked up a 1 prowlatOIUtl   government
hummer  and   chipped   off  a   piece of1 ^^^^^^^* ��� >
pock from the boulder and my experience in Arizona soon told me that
there was gold or other valuable mln
speech  last night.    "What were they
to confer  about?'' be  asked.
"A   con        	
pollto  procrastination." |u"~"~   ��� -*��������� ^^^
The   Westminster   (iazette,   among \ Jf�� emerged with anything but ere-
the  soundest  of the   Liberal  newspa-  dlt. , ���;    i    , ,,   ,
per*,  tonight    agrees     Wiih   Mr.   Mc- At tllP  ��"t8et  a,r Carles called
Ki'tinii, adding: "What the govern- attention to the penitentiary incident
mem cannot do without making itself!0' *���*'' "receding day. He said that
ridiculous or undermining the whole.one of thp counsel for the crown had
cause for constituted authority is to: made a statement to the jury tbat
hoist   the   whit     " '���   ���"-   '�����������'.*��'��  Dean had been sentenced to 21) years
Big Flre Loss.
Saskatoon, Oct. 7.���Fire loss for the
mouth of September here footed to
f41,825. The total loss for eight
months ending on August 31, according to the tire chief, was about $20,-
000.
feather   to   Carson's
In
$250,000 In Smoke.
San Diego, Cal., Oct. 7.���Flre that
started Saturday afternoon In lhe
Standard Oil plant on the waterfront
here, is practically out tonight. Only
one of the twelve tanks, that containing 1.0,000 gallons of kerosene, was
sa'.'.'d. The loss is estimated al over
$'.-0,000.
Trinidad, Colo., Oct. 7.���The loc.it |
company of the Colorado National
guard was rushed to Ludlow, a coal
mining camp, a few miles north of
here, late today to quell a battle reported to be raging between mine
guards and a force of striking coal
miners. Posses of officers and armed citizens have been sent to Ludlow
from surrounding towns. Ludlow is
the site of a large colony maintained
by the United Mine Workers of
America.
Telephone reports here Btate that
the Colorado and Southern railway
station at Ludlow has been peppered
with bullets and several horses have
been killed. Reports that a number
of men are dead or wounded are without confirmation. All telephone communication with the camp was cut off
soon after the flght started.
60,000 Petitioners' Prayers
Answered and Murderer
Will Live.
MAY HAVE NEW TRIAL
Great Deputation Goes to Ottawa Yesterday and Is Successful In Pisa
���No Hanging Tomorrow.
erals in the neighborhood by the color | StngTpproachln'g whole-hearted support  of  a conference,  it  is  felt  that
Tli"
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    of the rock    We searched around and
1 came across a placer field  where we
Typical Prospectors. plfited  up  the  contents  of  this little
VO men, Severs and Hirst, look | ,,���-     .,���-.���,, WBB ,.m���lgh for us.    Hirst
no   common   ground   exists  on   whlohj*^""'"    '" '" ""	
.   ...       ..-..���.,-,���, I which 1 can produce
Ottaiv. Oct. 7.���The prayer of the
sixty tho ��� and petitioners that the
government would interfere at the
eleven.i hour to save Charles Gibson,
of To in to, from going to the gallows
tn Toron.o on Thursday has been answered, .onlght it was announced
that the sentence has been commuted
to life imprisonment. Later on. it U
believed a new trial will be secured
and If new evidence materializes Gib- ,
son may then become a free man.
His escape from the gallows comes
after practically all hope had been
given up following the definite refusal ot the government last week to
recommend executive clemency. Thii
morning    Gibson's    counsel,    Herbert
u/h.t u,nn.n.m wh.r. th. Mnnn       Lennox, with the Toronto deputation.
What Happened When the Moon       agaln appeared   be(ore   ^   caMatL
_.-..    -.    i...Jj._-i   U/i���*ii-._ i���    ,_.���i council and urged as strongly as po_
^_______________^^^^^_  ......    F Heen    hundred    dollars tn    real    ...    ,.       ,        >__    ��� .,,-,u_,,    -_J_,,
.   .    ^ -.T- .    i ,; ���������m ��� -~-~*BB.*.......m********mmmmmmmma^^    v*i* .      , sible the  plea    for    a furlber    reco.i-
t.. h'.s lordship on material, mutupU at  the  woodbine, was with-(money listens Uke a chunk In these |rideraUon    o(    y^    application    tor
WILSON LEAVES
$1500 BEHIND
In  the  penitentiary  for  robbery.
A well informed parliamentary cor-Ith* first Place   It was Inaccurate.
respondent   of   the     Yorkshire     Post Could Produce Material. Indictment Withdrawn, .^	
writes:   "While 1  do  not find  among      Mr    MacNeil,   K.C.   for  tbe  crown. Toronto.    Oct.   7.���The    indictment   Bail   Forfeited  in Gambling Charfl'
the   general   body  of   Unionists    any-: Tn<iues<ed   that   Sir   Charles     confine charging  W.   P.   Frazer.   secretary  of          -...������__..__	
���    .,  ....   himself to what had actually occurred. lhe Ontario Jockey club, with conduct-
Sir ( harles-I am going to make an ,      ��� loU        ,n ���   . oppralion of pari
annllcatlon "                      ...
the   opposition   and   the   government
could  meet.    Any conference In  such
drawn
Mr. MacNeil argued that Sir Charles j of ^ clty lhlB afternoon, and a ver
'from  the jury In the sessions \ piping  Umee  of   P*fce .���*  fin*"5!a'  clemency.    At this afternoon's sitt
the typical prospectors by their dress j;:,,; interested, so we started for Van-(m^'u,,,;.������ ,.,   ..������i,;   i���*  ,i,���.m..|
and appearance,   Severs, although otl.������,��� rircumsiani.es wouiu  oe uooim i
' .      1 failure.
French nationality has seen life on
this continent, Iiavliit- roughed It In
Arizona for four years before he cams
II" Is snld to have gone through (rfVe  here  today.
On the way out one of mv leiss
gave out. hut after lying four days In
the  camp  hospital
���ually or the record.
Sir Charles���In  other    words    my
I learned friend can make sn Inaccurate
-     -�� *nn    It,.
out any defence being heard.
stringency,    bul ' it     wasn't    ntaxly]^^"^'*.."*""���; "���-'.������; - -���
 _, -..., .niot the cabinet the  whole case
was
a
.hould be restricted to what was ��<-'I djct of  ���ot  TOnty  was enteredVlth-lenougn'to hold one Edward Wilson tol;'""-���"-   -;._*. .       ���
���   --��� 'the lob when his name was called in J*al" *on*  _?�� thoroughly     It
���. . __. _._.!.,_, ,���lftnally decided that the decision of last
^^^^^J Keep Awsy. _
The Globe.  Unionist.    adviseB    the ! "i*"'��� ���V andTcannot show the Iu-!graIN  SHIPMENTS
managed   to  af j Unionists to keep away from any con- , ttccuraC)..    In regard to the unfairness! *****
the police court yesterday morning lnl""��V' "V""*,'. "_"   . _,
connection with two charges, one   ot  w<**   ***��)--*    *���    overruled   and a.
._._._ I recommendation was msde to the ad
herence,   declaring   that   the   govern-1��";S_ftl-��l__l��rt 1 do not say my learn-
. ... -       _,-..       -.1 ��� ,.       .....I      ���nl_lfl     '"     ' "."     '       ' - ..���-.^It..    unfair     1,111
lllirth      IM*   IS   S11UI   1U   INKS   nm...,   �� -,-   :ljlr     ,lv, -     ,-.������j .
four   fortunes   already.     Severs   Is   a       "i  feel sure we have struck It rich-i li,L'nt""ig   in   .""cleft   stick   and   unless i01 lIf �����������������- ��� --,-      ��� , .     ,   ,
resldeal  Of Nanaimo although for thn1,,,. ihl.r��� ��� pv���ry in,|loBt|on of other! ��� can allure the Unionist leader   nto**<�� **t*f***i *���� 'nt�����on��"y "nj.alr; Vk1
P;.ki  four  moiithB hits been  employed J minerals  '   ���  ���---���   "- ..��..-i_,_ ',l can t*****rp tnt  l"U��M*V. Ie*.d..r ,n^�� 11 rto-sHv tbat In the excitement of the
ns a l)!:irksinltb with the railway construction  KAI1KB. H	
Hirst    Is   an    KiikII. Iiiimii   by   birth I moiinlnliis. , 	
and  has  also  seen  lit.- on  this rontl-       AccordlnR to the two men their lo - j J'dec.irwion'of Var.  says It  Is  welliooiieu. MaMaA
iii'iit     A few months ago he was om ^^^^^     ^^^^ ��� -*- ^^^ - ---   .'���   .   ... I     V-   M��cN*il  again oojecteo
I  ilii,��i.  Interested  In  the land  stam ^	
peda,  hut   settllnK down  as a  farmer (good   fall,   being   about   a
did  nol  appeal  to him  and   lie chore   their claims
________________________^        running  a gambling bouBe  and    the\ _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SHATTER RECORDS   other ot attempUng to bribe a P^aceU^^   pitapatrtck.   that   tbe   death
  lolflcer.   With Wilson's failure to ap-1 M-te-M  **.  commuted  to life    tm-
NANAIMO OWNERS
EIGHT TO FINISH
Movement in Csnsdlan West Gresteet ipear his claim to  those fltteen cen-lprtgonment.
  j umonisi leitoer .���,���-��. i, t).at m the excjvenuro^ �����"-1 in  History. (turles ot ftlUwr   lucre    went   by    met Hope for New Trtal. 	
being  located  tbere  besides I ���  fa|B��.  position,  party  dissolution  l"!*  �����    )t h(.  made a statement which      saskatoon. Oct. 7 ���The grain move-  boards and ,*e city came mto posses- \    Th<) TecommendaUon waa concnrTea
ld    l am convinced that copper ore   ,hr.ir only alternntlve. ,__   "aa ���xceedtni_ly prejudtclal to the ac-  mtlll ,rom this district continues un-  ,i0n of th��n. ,__^\ln by 8*r Charles this evening,    mr.
Is   to  be  found   up  there   among  thel     Th,.   pa|i    Mall    Oasctte.  Unionlet-1 The ,,ct j, that he was P��r\abatea  ana thc    Canadian    Northern i    Monday  morning  Wilson had^toco-1 ^-^^^ ,tated tonight that efforts win
'    hlle describing MeKennas speech aa IJ���  ^ ann  Canadian   Pacific  railroads have  motor ataxia, but evidently he hadnt),   o__ -^  aiTecled  toward securing    ��
ration of war.  says lt Is well' MacNt-il  agsin objected I shattered all past recordB for volume   got U bad enough to prevent him from I new ^^j ,^,1 he Sa hopeful that with
ciitlons are within easy reach of cheap   *nown   that   there  are  two  forces  In      ;_.h_ 'ro,,rt __giT Charles Is now sug-lof  w, fUt  6hipments.    Except in  lso-   ftmping, so, when neither he nor hlsLXDected new evidence, this will    be
water power, the Brandy river with a | ,���*. cabinet and the public will await ,, tha,     the  statement  having i complaints   have   so   far 'counsel. R. R. Maltland. of Vancouver,      *    ��� (    ^    near tiMm.
Rt   Hon   Winston  Churchill s speech   ^      ��^ jur>. h(, ��hould be allowed ,����� wmVantl,ely few of a car short- appeared to   pay   their   respects   to  sr^ ���Sxotm.u,   deputation    here    In
at Dundee with added Interest.  ,        LjJ _nak() a counter Bta��*v>��a| 11S,Bi!L�� Magistrate   Edmonds   yesterday,   the G|b80n,s b,bllU ieft for bome tonight
_..,. ,���,._���.�� TSSSfaAftv            ',���<���   *���"   r,"*B?"   \h,y   '.ho court                    The Canadian Pacific appear to hava, 'baii   was   prompUy   glommed   by   the            pleased with the renult of their
SUt-ZFt WANTED TAMMANV |^ A���     H��� |, aiiklnK the court.       ,���_    ��� , _,  ,������_, ���, ������ -usrir-nliv    In i-'-     ���-��� -  **��������� ���~-~�� -*** i-*mm* I **     "     __    .    _._��_���
mile   from
OTTAWA LUMBERMEN
PLEASED WITH U. ��. TARIFF
made.
experienced little or no difficulty    ln fcity and a b*nch warrant was issued LfforU     .Vo hope  was held out    Iist-^
Minister of Labor Expresses
This as His Opinion in
Strike Trouble.
-Ministerial     Association    at     Regina
Want    Government   to    Supply
Authentic   Information.
________________________      He Is askln* the court. _   	
TO -JCAtL OFF" TRIAL |    R)r Charles said he was in ine ��'*T; p^TCidin-e   ail   the  cars   required   and   for the said Mr. Wilson, who is labor- IZZST^- " the government   that    any
S.?. JL  Irretion  of the court as to mas ,���a, oniclals gtate that In the district | jng under  a  delusion   if  he   believes  HM���. nr Mnv rlnontatioas would ba
I     it.i .      rxni    -     i_nc_l   lumbArmttS   MbZif N   Y      Oct     7 -Governor j's'r  ��nd   In   the  ���*g������'fV.B ���a|d\\t'rom Hnrdlsty at.tjie west, to Braden-   ������   forfeiture  of  hi.   bail   ends  tlie l*J        , , -.changing the governmenta
' JS&&J& -=��5*3 --- - "r Vn,,i'ahssa ? fewn^SSSlafc u.t gsfeS^pr kt. ***** ^r** ��-t u�� on,, fc--- r^sra 'ass?
.new   DnlM  Bgj-^WJSS^S,- S^l^l^'S^mM^ttlS  to   a nrooerly certified cony b^f^W^^^ll^^ooble the Sl^tfollSS   of  cul.   to   which   thi.   f.*sh fy^TrtiStt    and    .pecUcu.ar
Unto effect on Monday, ""JfWI^OV- Murphy,  lader of Ta���many ���������������� iboard ���f pardons of the state of Min    W, oemg     m corres-Later nort fell  easy    heir ye.terd.y.   ��%J..nt th* neonle in OlbMn'.    be-
i ing a duty rannlnu from I1.2R to ��.' -5   have  his Impeachment     trial 	
per 1000 on lumber going from Can-\eo"    flo   Allan   A.   Ityan.   son   ..���   "��-m       was   pardoned   atier   ��er��.ug,   ., pullu,���h   ���*-������*'" ���--���'  '-Ti,-.--?.   their i,"hn"fra.rof the law   followed Wilson's j
,da   to   the   l'nited   Slates New   v,.rk financier and traction mag- ;,m?"       r���on of his term, hut proceeds   t0  Canadian   ^^^.Sf^'fo^^-W^^^'JJ^   b%lnd     in
;    ���"���-   general   opinion   held   here   Is      w   twUBed at the trial today. ������ live the reafon that  the evidence UnM have contributed 369 cars to tne,Iead and  left arty   Donee   oeo
... -s*************************.         **************** _________________________-r.   io kivc i .   ... --"-'"��� wheat movem-^it.
that   the   new   tariff   will   not.   affect i "..,f'   Uurpby   was willing to get  his : ��b^      entlv  adduced did not satisfy
local prices for some time and it may | fo!lr,wini:   to   vote  that   the  assembly ft    Drd��eCUtl--g attorney, the attorney
be  a  little   premature  yet   to   Pr,,di<'', i,a,i ���o right to    Impeach    him."    the \ foT th.. ���nn, company and the iriai
j just  exsctly   what  the  result  will  be Lrvernor, according    to    Ryan,    "was1
to the trade. 1 willing to do whatever was right."
HUNGER STRIKER
DIES IN LONDON
l.cndon.  Oct. ".--The  provisions of
the Cat and    Mouse   act,    permitting
risoticrs to Kel released temporarll
 . I when Buffering  from  the    effects    of
hunger strike appear to apply only to
Ottawa, Oct. 7.���In    an    interview, the  militant   suil'rngettes  for  a  male
wllh   Hon. T.  W. Crothers.  minister prisoner who adopted this   mode   of
Of labor, and Hon. Dr. Rocne, m,���is. i'^^^ini; ^ec'lom has been allowed lo
.    ,      ,  .    ,        . .. , idle In the Bedford jail.    Ihe prisoner,
ter of the interior, the executive of-|Alb__. |)av,8 wlR>n gentencod to ���
fleers .if the Trades and Labor con- (ti-rm of Imprisonment for theft, an-
gress of Canada roport reaching an j nounced to the magistrate his Inten-
understanding with reference to the! tlon of starting a "hunger strike." No
effect of a recent decision of Justice |aU''",l>,t *as, ��***> ,0 tl'cd 1,lm forcibly
-,,,.,        .     ,       .      .,       and he died today.
Oraham,   of   Halifax.  In   Immigration]    The COTonm's jury returned a ver-
leglslation passed hy tie federal par-'d|ct 0f "d,.ath from natural causes,"
In his r'.ec!��'on .'ustIce Oraham held
that immigrants could be admitted to
Canada If they had In their possession
the amount of money fixed by statute,
:::!sun now shines
ON MILES Of RUINS
Alfalfa Sells for $9000.
Pendleton,   Ore..   Oct.   7.���P.   Bowman a Butter creek rancher, sold 1500
tons  of  alfalfa   to   the   Walla   Walla
Storm Has Spent Itself But
Nome Is Destroyed by
Great Waves.
Seattle Raised $1000 and  Ships Will
Carry Supplies to the Starving
People.
Nome, Alaska,   Oct. 7.���The   storm
Chicago,   Oct.
whose confession
FORMER OWNERS
GET KINGS HOTEL
Cv
even though the money had been loan-1,","". "'       *    .,.
ed  to them  by  employers  upon  their  �����*�� co""-Pan>' J0.r *6 Pc���'.,,0I�� ln ����
arrival,   with  the understanding  that ��"*��� * *���� ��* W����-   T>>* hay win,
It would be paid back.   This decision  l,�� ,elj,0**\ ��" rattle where   t is stack- ��{"u�� lUelf. tires  ceased  to threaten
was rendered In connection with the ""'   Tnls l3 lhH largest single hay deal I the community, and an unclouded sun
Importation of photo-engravers to take "OMUinmated in Umatilla county this I shctte down today on the hundreds ct
the plac* of striking photo-engravers ;season*
ln Toronto and Montreal.
An Oversight.
Hon. Mr. Crothers, assured the delegation of labor men thnt the decision
of Justice (irnhum  would    have    no
bearing   with  immigration  legislation
in the future.   He pointed out that it
was owing to an oversight In the Immigration agent at Halifax that Justice Oraham Interfered.
���It Is provided that whero the immigration act ts compiled with In all Its
enfercement, no appeal can be made
to the ourts ln the event of any dispute between the employing and the
employed Interests, The final court
of "npcal ls the minister of the In-
terlo.'.
In reply to questions the minister
stated thit he had gone thoroughly
Into the strike situation on Vancouver
Island nml that the onorators were
vprv determined to fight to a finish.
He held out no hone to the labor delegation tbst the rtrlke would be settled
through his mediation.
The Inbor deputation was composed
Smedley   end   Flanagan   Again  Take
Over Hostelry���Jos. Freeman
Fcrmer Proprietor.
By a sale conducted by Sheriff T. J.
Armstrong yesterday morning, the
Kings hotel again becomes the property of Smedley and Flanagan, who a
tow months ago sold the premises and
(.nod will to Joseph Freeman, ot   this
_______ olt>''
Tie innor nspin-....-., ..-�����.,      Several    Interested    partlea    were
of President f. C. Watters and Secre- prcgBI-t anx|0UB ,0 iecure possession
tn"- P. M. nraoer, of the congress,i o[ the prnpcrtyi but the bid of Smed-
and James Simpson, Toronto. |ely ^ Flanagan finally won cut and
the drop ot the hammer found them
 railway cpmpan)
jUdge that the man was guilty of the
crime with  which he was charged
������"f no corrected promptly the state-
mett made was exceedingly unfair.
The pardon board consists of the governor of the state, the chief justice
and thc attorney general. I do not
understand the position of the crown.
I ahould have thought they wouldi have
been prompt to rectify any injustice
Thev cannot doubt the genuineness of
the document and that they have com-
mltted a cross error, even in the ex U^ice tonight,
cuement St the moment. My Men wm ' p��
that it was the crown's Intention to
make an explanation, allow me to put
Tn the pardon and let the trial proceed.
The crown was aware of the nardon.
The Court-Supnose Sir Charles,
that the incident drop subject to my
charge to the jury thnt tbey must entirely disabuse their mind, of the
statement msde by counsel, or on the!
other hand you ask me to discharge
thc jury.
To recti Expense.
1    FHr  ' hsrler--Th��  prisoner  at  the
b-r p-nnr't t'-nti the expense of an-
Cher bW,    V has been very expensive     ITnde-   the  circumstances  the
�����tt<r should be promptlv clesred up.
The crrwn cannot deny that the msn
was pardoned snd we want tt����MMi>
riven, not that a board in the United
desUiuTc. and on the blocks of ^eck-1 States were poUHcsUv    mwrtM    or
ed   siructuros  of  the city  ot  Nome. Uhcnrteo. but ttat this man na
Though the waves are still high, and ferod �����������*"*   rf pmr4ttn.
Uie wind tonight is blowing about 30 Net**aro ^
miles un hour, fears of further ^ L^w ^ pardon at the time. When
structlon from lire or storm are ever aware or imi�� iUteinent he wm
and the work of repair and of helping ����<������ Dav* JJJjJJ^ ,t the tlm, th?t
thf needy Is under way. |uuu -     	
Between the sand spit on the ocean
frort and the Standard Oil plant, a
("Istuiice of about two miles, not one
structure remains standing on the
scut!, side of the street.
Seattle, Oct. 7.���The Seattle chamber of commerce raised a thousand
dollars today among Its members for
the relief of the Nome storm sufferers, I
| beside contributions of lumber that
will be required for restoring the
damaged buildings that are capable ot
repair.
The business men of Seattle will
send supplies that may be needed.
The steamship 8enator, which was to
SELF STYLED MURDERER
TO BE PUT ON TRIAL
(Continued on Page Eight.)
ONE KILLED If*
MANITOBA  WRECK
-Henry
that    he
Spencer,      Emerson.   Man.,   Oct.   7.���Northern
killed   a I pacific train No. 13, St. Paul to w in-
core ot persons, now is believed to j',-gg, burled itgelf in the ()ltch ������,,.
be a fantasy of a drug crazed mind, | Letellicr, exacting a toll of one life
will be taken to DuPage county, 111.,
to stand trial fer the murder of Mrs.
Mildred Allison Bexreat. He probably will not be held here more than
couple  of  days,   according  to  the
and several seriously- Injured.
The wreck was due to the giving,
way of a switch joint which caused
the engine to turn into the side track
while the tender stayed on the main
line.
ORANGEMEN AROUSED
PROTESTS MADE
TO GOVERNMENT
Letters Arrive at Ottawa Objecting to
Attitude of Authorities In Home
Rule Matter.
CONDEMN DflAV
IN APPOINTING
WILL LEAVE CANADA
10 KHN ffiHIT
Orangeman  at  Saskatoon  Saya  Hla
Lodge Will Oo All Possible to
Resist Home Rule.
1 be Sleamsnip  ��enniur,  which  mm.  .��   uaa huvu..". -�����--���-   ���     .. -       a*****r**S*\
havo sailed for Nome tomorrow, will I put In.    Sir 0��ri��i  fMiunM
Ottawa, Oct 7.���The Evening Free
Press (Liberal) says:
"The government ta receiving warm
protests against lu Attitude'towards
Ulster sympathisers in Canada. It la
pointed out that for many yeara aup-
porlera ot home rule have been allowed a free hand tn Canada, both tn
laising money and sending man to
advance that cause.
"This application ot the criminal
code wm never threatened when leading Irish Nationalists toured Cauda
holding meetings at which largo aum*
were raised tor the purpose ot Influencing the counsels of HI* Majesty
and hla houfce ot parliament to bring
about home rule.   There waa no ln-
a ptaaaam ..__  teiterence  with  aueh  leading Cana-
port referring to Greenwood's atflda- dtane as Hon. Edward Btate nad Hon,
- ��� ��� ---��the crown would Charlea Devlin, when thoy Mt to givo
an to have It all their aupport to tha  oauae ot bome
lIDUerr  *.,,m .......... ...
the court had consented to the whole
of the commissioner's   report   being
read.
The Court���The course I want to
pursue Is to get tho stenographer to
make a transcript of what had been
said hv counsel and I wlll consider
what steps I shsll take In charging the
jury. I do not ae* mvse'.f why it
sh-otiM be thought thnt the nrlsoner
w'H be prejudiced In the minds ot an
Intelligent jury la the case before ue,
Mr. Davta explained that when Sir
Charlea wm trying to get into evidence
a passage trom the commissioner's re-
--���--   *-   r,������m,nnAt.   atttSa.
Saskatoon, Oet 7.���Instructions to
the Dominion secret servioo agent notwithstanding, Orangemen In SMka-
tuou aud ln Canada generally are prepared to aend either money or men
to Ireland to asalat Sr Edward Caraon
and bis followers to dght homo rula.
Thia is the attitude ot tha Saskatoon
Orange lodge towarda tho endeavors
ot all who think Sir Edward Carson's
stand la a bluff.
C. W. Armstrong, tha worshiptul
master ot tho Duke ot Cumberland
lodge haro, in aa interview today
atatod that Orangemen to tho Dotal*
lon owed tt to tto Irish to do all la
their power to resist tha homo rata
bill ia Um prseeat tuna. Ho eon--
eluded a leagthy statement fer vtotias
The Progressive Association
Wants to Know the
Reason.
Absence of Commissioners fer Harbor
Cauae Delay���Mr. Darling's Industrial Plan Endorsed.
"V
The executive ot vthe Progressive
association at ita meeting yesterday
afternoon endorsed Industrial Commissioner Darling's scheme ftr the securing ot Industrial sites, etpnaaed disapproval of the delay ia appointing
New Westminster's harbor commission, and discussed several matters ot
general intereat
The only correspondence submitted
waa a letter in reference to tha Sandheads lightship from Captain Iloyd.
protesting against tho attempt ot eer-
tain Vancouver captains to "Start action with a view to the removal of the
lightship to a point whan it would aa
ot more oonvenlenee to tham, but ot
no use to thoae entering tho Fraaer
.with their vessels. Thla waa paaaed
(on to tha skipping oommlttee tor ac-
ladwetriel Cuwmlaaseasr Darling
atatod in Ua reportithaiJ*��*��* ��
osived mm* .* ropliee tram owner*
of lands suitable tar industrial alta*
on Lulu Wand, and with ona exoop-
Ueo an had agroad wMa tho propoaed
ttiat many
VMM   toato
vtt, he remarked that
like nothlnt better than
Investigate Nsislmo Strike. 1
Perina, Oct. 7.���The ministerial aaaoclation met here this morning and
ndotited a resolution nsktnn the Dominion government to take steps to
ascertnln the essential facts and In-
terorts Involved ln tho strike In Nanalmo. B.C., this Investigation to be
free nf restrictions which would tend Illne now urn uo ..-_. ��,
to veil tho realities of the situation.   I hla realdence la the city.
In possession.
During his stay In the city earlier
In the year Oeorge Smedley made
himself known and popular, mixing ln
athletic circles to considerable extent, und It Is understood that he wlll
continue his activities along tbls
llne now that he hM again taken up
be held until lt can bo teamed wh��t
articles are desired In Nome. All
money sent to the Beattle chamber of
commerce wtll be forwarded to Nome.
It ls assumed that the steamships Victoria, Navajo and Corwln, and the
revenu*' cutter Bear will bring down
many of the destitute, but tt wlll be
necessary to aid them beside. It may
be that the Se-n'.or will bt tho only
boat to leave Nome thla fall after the
departure ot the four vessele now at
Nome. Early closing of Behrlng sea
by Ice from the Arctic ooean la
threatened.
certainly, and he, Mr. Davis, took It
thst he had consented to the whole
ot th* report being put In, which Included the remark he had made about
20 years.    It wm a mtaunder-
the
standing, with no intention ot prejudicing the Jury. hnt. to show the a*
reaaonablenoM ot citing a portion ��t
the report
Quota Only Portion.
Sir Charlea repeated that he only
wanted to quota tho portion referring
to Greenwood's affidavit.
The Court���^fhe incident occurred
rule, and won elected to the British
parliament m Irian Nationalist mea>
bers,
"Now tt is held that thoae who tote
the opposite view and are againat
homo rule being forced on Uto north
ot Inland should have a trte hand
tor their operattona In Canada. A.
number of tndtgaant aommunicatloM
har* already been aent to the govern-
���Mni fey Wator aympathlssrs who do-
dan that thoy win net-tolerate later-
. _ w-  noalnton deteetlvea lt
tholr homes ta Canada and Oafet tor
UUter should elvll war reeuM, aad tte
only expetse tho Ulster forces wtU he
put to oa their aoeonat la th t****Xj
plan ot aaUlac than to the eity aaa
toktog ��m> debentoraa la sn^mant.
Itr. Darttar* **** waa entenau ny
tha exoentoro and WtU te laid before
tho eity �� at tto Mat meoting.
Nov sTMmtoater tenor somm.salon
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Or MI8SIONARIIS, . �����,___, ______   .. ,.
���-���;.- ������ ������������ avanoa waa hraodht nn, aM It waa m-
PeWag. Oet l.-Ttere ara M tor po-NaT that M altaiMttva ronto   to
 . mm*\Sat   mat, er told  wan being   ar-
ther u��!n��a..ol*i;tla ntoertoana aa4
Norweslaaa oa^tarM fey Uto hM��l*
at TsaoTaat. Tte ���MMjMe*
PrttoJJ SJf te XeOv'seiTa
into Tsao Tom #te��"_��,g ��� I
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tbey ******* to **** oMter tooajr w to ��at **^**_-Miiy ^ aum.
.wm ***** ��ha wm ot Sir Edward |eone��i^^|!JMn��W����* W m
I Caraon In Utttof,
man to aM tha cause  ot Sir Edward eoncerntaE 1     -*.-t*i-i
n.****, in iiiator." tea noTf* fetwted.
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WEDNESDAY MORNINC    OC   OBER 8,  1913.
HEAVY LOSS TO BRITAIN.
H. P. Croft, a member of the imperial parliament, in
a letter to the London Morning Post, which is copied in another column, figures out that the loss to Great Britain! !".:r,.i,��"
this year in emigration to the United States will total
sixty million of dollars. Going further he estimates that
len years of such an outflow of brawn and brain has
taken from the United Kingdom more men than there are
in the British regular army, special reserve and territorial
forces combined and representing in money value $600,-
0(10,000.
In an effort to check this flow to a foreign country,
Mr. Croft has a plan for turning it to the overseas dominions by passing an ordinance requiring emigrants to a fo-
ture date opened down
line.    Adopted.
Ward 6���Councillor Vnnnetta reported regarding the wells on the Yule
road In wards 5 and II, which, being
uncovered,  were a source of danger.
Councillors Devlne und Vnnnetta
were authorized to huve two of these
wells filled and the clerk was Instructed to notify the school bonrd to either
fill up or properly cover the well on
the Yale road at Otter school,
The rond supervisor reported completion of the niail stbrOUgh the subdivision of the northeast quarter, section l!7, township 7.
The committee re the Derby town-
site matter reported finding that
Hamilton Bdge was preparing to fence
off ii portion of the traveled road,
which port Um was now. according to
the new survey, eliminated, but that
he hnd agreed to leave Oils open until the new road was constructed, tbe
work nnw being in progress, ntiil that
Hie road  further west  was In several
places  obstructed   with   fences   and
gates, and also Hint owing to another
f mad having  been canceled
by  the new  survey, nccess could not
be hnd to lot  'Jl.    The cbniitiltteo re   dited bv oth
commended   that   Messrs. McLeilan, his personal
Smith, Muench nnd Plsher be request.  B legal man.   tm
ed  to remove their fences und gates,
and  that  the clerk :>e instructed    to
write   the   BUrveyor-general'8    department, Ottawa, Informing 'hem tbe new
survey of the , id    Langley    (Derby)
townslte cancelled the old road, thus
giving    access    to     I..L.   21
adopted.
The commltti e re ihe Dmptago road
matter reported liming tnstfucted tha
rend  supervisor to  repair the culvert
"CLANCY, LAWYER"
FORMER M.P. WAB IN REALITY A
BON Of THE SOIL.
On Two Occasions the Present Auditor
for Ontario Was Twice Accused of
Being a Lawyer and Posing as a
Friend of the Former and Twice lis
Had the Laugh on His Critic.
Parliament, -cine months ngo. enjoyed
s fleeting visit from one of its former
giants of debate, Mr, James Clancy,
new Provincial Auditor tor the Gov-
ernment of Ontario. In the old days
Mr. t'lancy, who was a practical farmer
residing nenr tlie town ef \\ ullniu burg,
iu   Kent   County,   Ontario,   wns   the
Federal  representative of tlie old  con
stitueiii'v of ltotiiwi'U, luooeedlng lion.
David Mills, lie was then, ns imw, a
remarkable student of municipal '.���������>���,
und was so successful in its interpretation thut not Infrequently be w*us era
occasion it
how Mr. Clancy wus ruthlessly dissect
ing the provisions nf a bill of unusual
intercut tu tlie municipalities nnd attacking the Libera] Government on tlm
ground thut it wns not in accord frith
the agricultural interests of Ontario.
Report I Whereupon   tho   Liberal   member  for
���HOOTING AT BI8LET.
reign country to take out an export "_icens~e at a cost of|wVe�� Z^Tl^^iV^iu-]
probably reo iin d to bo widened, tbera
vv  <  nol   sufficient  funds  in  ward  2i
$25 each.
While Mr. Croft appears to have the right kind of imperial spirit, he cannot justly blame the British parliament
for the warm reception it gave his suggestions when he
brought them up in the house during the recent session.
In the first place, the putting of such an excise tax
en the man leaving- the United Kingdom for a foreign
country and allowing an emigrant to the dominions to
leave free and in many cases assisted, savors too much of
interference with personal liberty.   In the second placo,
with which to do the work this your.
Councillor Towle reported regard-
lng stray horses in \\>st Langley, and
recommended that Fred Fisher be appointed pound keeper. On motion appointment recommended was made.
Contract No s ward B. was award*
*A to (ieorge B. Powell, 45 chains fori
The council meet at Murrayville nt
10:80 a. m, on Saturday. October 11.
Canadian Pavilion ls the Most Imporina
on the Grounds,
rrivate Hawkins1 glorious triumph
in the EClng'�� Prise Competition h����
naturally erefcted the keeneat Interest
in Canada, in whnt is undoubtedly the
BTrOfttOat shooting meeting in tin* world.
In   these oireumstanoes many  mny ha
Interested    to   know   what    Ilisley    ,��\
like.
tiisley iw situated   ll   the   County  of'
Surrey,  nbout  thirty  miles or su south!
of tbe City of London. It consists of
tint, bare moorland ground, uud is out
of the way of ordinary traffic, ��" tbat
riflemen  can   shoot   undisturbed.    When
tio1 Blsley meeting is on, the district
assumes the appearance of a small
tented city,   uud there are few things
more Interesting than to stroll round,
its '' streets '' ami tuke note of the flagl
of the  various parts of tbe  Empire]
which   fly   from   their  respective   pavilions,   of these pavilions Canadians!
will  be Interested  to know  thut  that
of  Canada is probably the most Imposing,     You approach it by means of
r members who hud not   an avenge of maple trues, .'inside it in
acquaintance with being | easily   furnished   and    adorned    with
s told ' Canadian pictures and trophies of the
chase     in     Canada*      Verandahs    run
round the building, and tlie Canadian
shot ran sun himself in iiis hours of
ease just as he would at home. The
Canadian Pavilion starfEls on the hiyh
est ground at Blsloy nnd from the lookout tower at the top you gv\ a wonder
ful view of the whole countryside, not
unlike that which you obtain from
certain parts of Mount Koyal.
How ever,   tin-   shooting '*   the  thing
at  Blsloy, und, proceeding to the tar*
gets, you   hnd   every  convenience  for
tin*   marksmen   and   that   the   meeting
is so carefully organised  thnt the pro
oeedtngs pass otT like clockwork,   Probably  this  is due tO the fact  thut  thfl j
othe ia Is    are    mon-   or    less    associated
With    the    army.       The   markers     and.
men who work the targets are all army
men;   in   fact,  ii  battalion  or   tWO   art;
sent    down    from     \lder-l_ot.      As   you
proceed  from stage to stage you cannot    help    noticing    the   thoroughnessI MISS km.a
with whteh the shooting men :it Blsley     Pianoforte
Uo nbout their work.     Thev nre all ex        "'t"f""r
Thev
FOR EXCHANGE
Five and ten acre blocks in the choicest fruit
growing and residential district in Fraser Valley.
Will take revenue-producing city house property
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
there is no possible way of binding a man under British If HI JDffj Dl Aff C
law to stay in one of the dominions or to prevent him| ** '    ������NU.J
BAN ON PAPER
WHY BUY FOREIGN CEMENT
when you can Ket an good, or bitter, manufactured In ll. ('., Tli.! the
the celebrated "VAN('OUVr_H" Brand, guaranteed tn pass Standard
Hpeclllcalloiis  uf American  and Canadian  KnKlnecrM' Association.
We would alio call attention to our Vitrified Hewer i'lpe from
4-ln. to 2. In. In diameter. Thla Ib alao made lu tlnn Province and we
consider -superior to any Imported article.
We also carry a stock of (.'rushed Itock. Washed (Iravel, Sand.
I.ltne, Platter, etc.
See us hefore ordering elsewhere.
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
Phone* 15 and 16.
S02 Columbia Street W.
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER, TEACHER OF
pianoforte, harmony nml ��ihi;Iiik. Pu
i,!!�� sucoessfuly  prepared for examlnn
timi In It. A. M  nnii It Q. M, For t i
apply 601 'I'Mnl avenue.
HARDY. TEACHER
���.)'���) Keary si.. Now  ���*,-. .
il ���
pert*.    Thev  do   imt    leave   much   to
chance and many of nur young Cana- 8INQINQ AND VOICE PRODUCTION   of Credit  Issued
Archbishop Bruchesi Forbids Reading
of   Le  Pays���Editor  Prints
Hir.   Reply.
JAMES CLANCY
Prescoft ro��e, nnd thinking tn nnnihi!
nto the eritie. began:    "It  la nil  very
these lawyers to pretend that
well
thov
from leaving for a foreign land after once emigrating
from Great Britain.   He might evade the $25 tax by book-!
ing'a passage to Montreal, but what is to stop him from I
crossing the line into the United States after he reaches
Canada?
The Croft plan is faulty in every particular. If the
dominions cannot hold their own in'the competition for
immigrants and if the United Kingdom cannot retain its
reople, it is a state of affairs that cannot be remedied. The
cne supreme law of nature is that of the survival of the
fittest and the country that most merits increase of population is the one that in the end will experience it.
About the onlv thing that has its continual ups and
downs without kicking is the umbrella.
  I.e    Pays    incurred    the   episcopal!,VRS  analysing  the  provisions   of   the
The Chicago man with the yarn of fourteen murders \ZTt,W*T E��i2_UK 2Su*S 5Zd��J?w^^* uTTle
IO  hlS Credit has  passed  llltO    the    Dr.    Cook    clf.-c.     He ja prominent part In the public life of Ity.-t-fr? Interests ��f the iigrii-iilutn.liHt-.
couldn't produce'the proof.
Dr. Darby, eminent peace expert, says it lies with
J >r.tish Columbia to say whether the world is to have peace
war.   No chance for an argument there, it's peace.
. I'fi'u. in-
the late Professor Allan Macbeth,
Principal "f the Qlnsgow College of
Music nml Professor Orossland Hirst, of
ths Olasffow Athenaeum, in-.s x,, intimate tlmt ��he will accept n few pupils
in slnitinK nml voloe production. Extensive repertoire of hltth class sonss.
l'n   terms, call ur write tn  I lul  ll.unil-
Montreal, Oct. 7.���HIb Grace Mgr.
Bruchesi, archbishop of Montreal, has
forbidden the reading of the newspaper I.e Pays, edited anil published by
Q-odtroy Langlois. M.L.A., for St. Louis
division, and has caused a mandement
to that effect   lo  be  read   in  all     the  fowler found themselves ��t issue on tie
Roman Catholic churches In the arch- measure.
diocese. Mr  Clancy,  In  his customary  style
present tlie interests of the t'nr
ers,'' when he wns Interrupted by D
roar of laughter, whieh n" one enjoyed
more than Mr. Clancy himself, A few
sessions later another similar Incident
occurred, in which Mr. Qeorge W,
Fowler, still ��� member ot* the Commons,
was made a victim of tlie brilliant re-
partes of the member for Rothwell. The
House was considering Hon. Bydne-t
Fisher's flrst seed bill, and, although
they sat m'on the same side of the
House,   Farmer   Clancy   and    Lawyer j tion was
ilian   shots   ure   astonished   on    theii
lirst  visit  to hi-li'   to note tbe elabor   MAROARBT   A.   DROVES
ste   fore and afl   --ii-'ht*..   wind gauges,
and   other   aids   t"   accurate   shooting
which   the old  stagers use.     Shooting
with tbem is not so much a matter of
tiring at an   object   ss   of   calculating
mathematically   bow   to   hit   it.     of
course  in   manv  of   the  competitions!
many of  those aids to accurate shooting are debarred.    But then* ure eer j
tain   contests   in   which   thev   ure   ul
lowed,   und   In   these   you   lind   the   experts piling on bull's-eye nfter bull's-
eye with monotonous regularity.
Many    of    the    shots    have    curious
mannerisms.     In   the   photograph,   for
instance,   you   will   notice   a   man   in
tne foreground   who   is   shooting lying'
on   his   back,    nnd    holding   the   muzzle :
of  his  gun   in   position  with   his  foot.
If om-  is  not  mistaken, the hack  pi
enlly introduced to Blsley,
Bank of Montreal
B8TABU8HHD 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up)   Jie.OOO.OOO.W
nESEFlVE    116.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Eng
land, New York. Chicago and BpokAO*
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A genera)
banking business transacted. Letter!
available  wllh  eor-
reipondenta In all parts of the world.
Savings Hunk Department -Deposit!
received In Hums of $1 and upward
atld interest allowed at 3 per tent, po,*
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over 1186,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
ci. D. UltYMNr.it. Manager.
DANCING.
Miss M. RICK WOOD, TE AC ITER OF
Dancing mnt Calisthenics, win visit New
Westminster one,, a week. Classes ror
adults. Write or apply fnr particulars
ni (tower [louse, Hornby street. Van-
eouver (1047)
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
II.   J
the  province and   has   been   specially
active  In  advocating educational    re-1
form In the direction of improving thel
position of school  teachers and coun- ���
selling     compulsory   attendance     at
school.    FYir aome time past  I.e Pays
has ridiculed the "Mouton" of St. Jean
,, n'-ii- ,' i ��� ',     ,.     IBaptiste procession, hut although this
������low hmperor William, scrapheap your ships and (hs- feature waa especially alluded to  in
iand VOUr armv. 'tlle chur(''"'s ��f St.  Louis de Trance.
���nr
St  Edouard, and  elsewhere    in    the
  comments made yesterday by the par-
The edict is out that Toronto milkmen must wear IS prLe8tB' n,�� V'1'''-""1"'" was made to
V '"is phase -of the controversy at the
Slumbers cathedral, where the episcopal   com-
\*n\v if fhnlcatlon was read by M_r. Gauthler,
-1   auxiliary blahop of the diocese.
Mi.  Langlois'   Reply.
"My  personality   Is  as   nothing    in
this battle-,   it  is  liberty of opinion,
liberty of thought and the liberty of
the press whicli  must  triumph." said I
Mr   Langlois In the course of an interview.    "1 consider this interdiction I
attack on  tli"  lib-
erty o( the press.    Mgr. Bruchesi hasi
Mr.   Fowler rose in protest.     " lt   is
ill very   well,'"' said he,   w��<h   wither
ag   satire, "for   my   honorable   friend
ind others of his legal calling, to pose
j as farmers.
Mr. Clancy could not resist a return
jtnrusr. "If." he observed in his qucr
way, "I did not have better success
than lias my honorable friend in posing
us a lawyer "
The   rest   was   drowned   in   laughter. :
rubber heels so that they will not disturb th.
of the citizens during the early morning hours
lhe authorities will insist on the cows wearing rain coats
10 prevent water soaking through into the milk, everything will be lovely.
Dusty roads cause lockjaw, says an eminent English
f'octor, which is another argument for the liberal use of i"^:'","^""11 ;:
the civic sprinkling cart.
Would Have a Silent London.
The |dea for a silent  London is growing.    Berlin   it   underst I  to   I"'  the
lioi"T silent of the great cities of tie
world, just  as Chicago  is  seriously  con
tiderlng its reputation ns the noisiest,
in view of tiie increase of lunacy and
nervous disorders among its inhabitants. But Mr. McKenna, the Bomo
Secretary, hns refused to accede to the
petition of the city of Westminster for
further   (powers   to  deal   witli   the   noiso
nuisance.   At present the noise- princi
ally   complained   "f   nre   automobile
luses, traction engines, barrel organs,
bouting  coal
iidors,  motor
Blti
Judged i'  prudent to abstain from In ,
 .  .dicatlng the motive for which he has jaouttng  news  vend
.��� r���   ,; .   ,,   T1      e, .       ,,     ,, ,    , Interdicted our paper, but the cure of hawkers, shouting milk
An hngllsh JVl. _'., after touring the Montreal slums. St. Louis de France clearly attrlbut- **00}*n, "������1'  whistling, streel  singing
ed  this  interdiction  to our campaign   \"'1 ''ni-v"r "'"'/""^ ��1"1 preachings ...
against   the  'sheep.'  and   to our  hog. ithejquares and at the street corners,
tillty against  the law  which  excludes
  I French-speaking  Protestants from the
ti  .   /,        ,t i . . . .St.  .lean   BapttBte  societv.    This  can-
Hooray tor the modern marriage service, no love,|not have been done for religious mo-
Uvea, as I affirm In a categorical manner that we bave always manifested
tho most profound respect towards the
church, tbat we havo never written
a line or a word against the principles
or the dogmas of the church it has
always been :i rule in the office of
I.e I'avs not to discuss religious question.-!."
rays thev are the worst he ever saw.   That's one brand
of notoriety Montreal very well could do without.
honor and obey in it.   It's just like a labor contract, onlv
i'ot so binding.
a din ridden capl
They say that if it's the right kind of a home the child
-vill never run away from it; in that ease some parents
have a big bill charged up to them for all the disappearances of young girls that have been recorded lately.
With
;ould do a very great  deal t
[the  nuisance,  but   they  havi
powers.   Until Buch powers are
London  will remain
tal.
1' tn Berlin,'' said a
Westminster Council, ���
itop   any    unnecessary
they K'-' too fur.   They
whistling,    tn  [<ondon
' niiin  you
'hut
police
remedy
not the
granted
member of the
' tin1  police  can
noise.     There
(itn stop 'i boy
if   v-iij   touch   p
"ii   enn   be  !irri"*twl   fur   assault,
iir curn  mnv   \n> assaulted  ovoi v
IANGUY COUNCIL
HAS BUSY SESSION
iei��oient Roll���Report on Derby
Townsite  Matter.
At the regular meeting or tbo uapg
l"y municipal council last Saturday
west of Port Langley slashed out. Referred  to Councillor Towle.
William i'arker stating that sand
and gravel wan being taken from the
'Iriffith road and from private property. Clerk to reply that no damage
i was being done to private property,
 '���  11   A. Ilutler claiming that while re-
! pairs   were  beinc   made on   the  Tele-
Nothing Can Be Done Now With A* graph trail, men doing this work had
removed   the  northwest  corner  stake
of lot 9. I), r.. .121. and requesting that
'his   stake   bo   replaced.    The     road
i superintendent, reported that this was
i not the case, and the communication
was ordered  filed.
Mrs.   Uenz   HtatltiR   that   the   Orent
Northern Railway company was teno
���ROMAN  SOLDIERS"  REFUSED
TO  PARADE AND QUIT
li"ur of th*' day nnd you have no rem
���dy. In London residents may complain
if lurd-4 singing, locks crowing nnd
sounds of tlmt Hurt, but very little ci n
be done.
! rnther to Wimbledon, where the shoot-
lag meeting was formerly held,   by   n
j teum of   shots from the l'nited Btates.
However,  the ordinary  prone  position
in   which    the   gun   i*.   supported    with
I tue left band, still continues to lie the
I favorite.      The picture also  shows   the
"tube" sights wMoh ninny marksmen
jhute   fitted   on   tho   Inure N   of   their
guns.
The markers,   who   sre   in   charge of
four  shots*   ench,   lire   seen   seated    ut
their blackboards, on which they keep
the  re""rd  of  the shooting.     Bach   hns
a   telescope   to   aid   him   in   distinguish
ing   the   tigure  signalled   from   the  tar
gets.  Imt   it   will  be  noticed  that   tin
sh,"iters    nlso    hnve     their    own    tele
scopes  nnd  field-glasses,   for   the)    dc
not care to run risks af mistakes,   Ths
targets are tl -.'ml disappearing kind,
which sing immediately a shut  is tired, '
and   are   hoisted   again   with   thc   mark
which indicates the value of the shut.
Meredith and Shelley.
She is so alluring, hi Nature���a feast
of  sounds and  colors,  in  her  unbroken
reign of youth, integrity, und loveliness.
And  it  Is  nol  a  nature so  universally
lensitivc,   sympathetic,   nnd   responsive
ns Shelley's that will shrink  before the
objection, doubtless suggested to  Mere
dilii Lv "Karth'ii harsh  wisdom," aud
Ins Impartial view >>f lier, thut:
Cry  we for permanence fast,
Permanence bangs by the grave.
Since that objection will not sudden the'
philosophy of Meredith himself.
Meredith's brotherhood with men and
| things is  less personal,  less  universal,
(less radiating, than the more spiritual
Intimities of  Shelley,  but   nlso  in,,re  active, lustier, nnd, if I dare sny bo, more
immediately self-oblivious because born
of  the  relatively  modern   Idea  of  the
individual's sacrillco to the spi.ies or
community.    Indeed, for Meredith, the
Death of Mnn is precisely   tli.- lifegh
ing principle of Nature;
: [lentil  is tiie word of a bovine dav.
I Know   vou tiie I,nast  of tl,
to !,.*>
A     Ht'HNICTT.   AUDITOR
Accountant. Ti i   It   III   Room J
Block.
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Work undertaken in city and outstdi
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Phone   3C4.     P.   O.   BOX   607.
FALL GOODS.
Call and inspect our fall
lines and new fall styles and
place your order now.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401   Columbia   St.
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NTERNATIONAt, 8TEAM ANI> OPER
atliiK   KtiKlne-rs.    t,o,*.,l   :,��*;.   metis   ti
I-nlior   Temple   every   flrst
Thursday of the month. H
|,resident      W     C,    Saumter
l>.  I)   Bos   SJS
CANAUI/N
(Mc-ric
and    thtrif ,
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RAILWAY CO.
NKW WBHTMINBTOn LODOB NO 1
It * P u nt Klks or tlie H of C meo*
ttie rirst unit tlilr't Thursday at 8 p. rn.
K.   of   P    Hall.   Klithlh   slreet.   A   Weill
iiray. Exalted Ruler; I'. 11. Bmlth. ����-
retary.
When travelling
sure,  you   may
and travel |,y
for business or plea.
as weii have comfort
our line.    Vou v. 11! t.nit
!t t*
I.. O. O. M. NO. S_��.���MKl-VTH O!--
first, seoond, thlnl nml fourth Wednes
day tn .noli month at S p nv
In the Moos.- Home. ii. J Leamy
dictator: K K. Junes, secretary
Headquarters of Indue in Bee Rouse
comer of I'o'ir'ti und Carnarvon streets
your advaotag.
ami   resi-va'lo
consult us   i
I. O O. K AMITY l.dlxiR NO 17���Th
regular meeting of Amity lo,i��e Ni
.7, I. O () K. le held every Monda-
nluiit at s o'clock In Odd Pellows' Hall
and KIKhth street/
cordially Invited
It. a   Merrlthew, NO ; It   IV   Bangster
V.  O.*.   \V.   C    '���oetluirn.   I'   il     r	
InK seer, t.uv    J.   w.  M.vcl ''inn Id.  financial  secretary.
E. QOULET, A Kent
New  Wesiminster
BROD1B, fi. P a . Vancouver.
corner  Carnarvon
VIsltltiR     liretliern
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
w. B. PALB8��� Pioneer Funeral Dir.cto
and Ki-s'ialnier. ��t2-��IS Axnea etree'
onpoaLtf Carnegie uiirnrv.
H.    BOWKI.I.    (8UCCB8801   TO   CBN
ter A  lliinna.   Ltd >���Fine rnl  director'
and tmbalmere.    parlors ior, Columbii
street,    New   Westminster.     Phone   Vlf
BOARD   OF  TRADE.
springing
Spokane, Oct. 6. i'lfty cents as re-
Imuneratlon for three hours of torture
i in a brazen sky-piece, with shins en-
leased in corrugated Iron, a shiny boiler
I cover buttoned across the bosom audi
a square yard of boiler plate dangling
on the left arm, while tbe meat, hand :
toyed   with  a  papier    macho    spear,
doesn't appeal to tbe romantic souls !
of HO  stlpers at the Spokane  theatre*
Saturday night. They declined In urim
Irony to weep at the  fervid doelutna- i ,       ,       , .      ,    .
.;..,    .  xi ..    a  .i n   .-i.i,  ii .    ��� another direction by becoming the stock
tion  of  Mara Anthony tit tie bier of      , , ...     , ,-  ,     ,     ��� .
_,, 1 example of the defects of our copyrigat
svstein. for the lunnv drnmntir versions
Beat the Author
"East Lynne" has enjoyed u unique
popularity, both ns play ami novel.
After being rejected by two publisher",
it kept tae printers of the third work
infi night and day to meet the demand,
and, what is more, made abundant
work for foreign printers too, for it
wai soon translated into most of the
Kuropean and inuiiv of the oriental hue
goages,    And it achieved  fame  in  an
finite a volume of routine business was j lng off the riuht-of way In front of he
dealt with
John Kinnimont waited on tic
council regarding the condition of th"
(Mtches on the Yale roud near his
property asking that some steps he
t 'ken to prevent his land from being
Toodcd. Councillor Devlne stated
t'i it he intended having the outlet to
the ditch cleaned, and the matter was
le'-Pln his hands.
"ommunlcationH were received from;
"ilson ft Wlieallct*. solicitors, re-
p'.ylng to request for advice regard-
i*.;; the council's power to deal with
i "plaints against assessment re-
, ' vi*,| since court of revision, con-
f'mlng the courreil'a reply to the par-
t es concerned that as the comnlalnts
Caesar when the only earthly reward
was the equivalent of ten encounters
at the I,eer of Olympla.
In   other   words,   the   stole   Itoman
legions   In   "Julius   Caesar"   went  on
just a few minutes before ttie
ocess to the Bte- battle   began.     Kven   the   compelling
Ion  road.    Councillor Uark  reported   Marc himself couldn't, swing them Into
having   looked   Into   the   matter   and
property
the only
I
means of
uf the story into which n c
man wus introduced, never
author   d   single   penny   in
London Express,
units police-
hrought  tho
royalties,���
tbat. he was now having a trail opened.
President Women's Auxiliary. N.W,
asking for donations, cash or produce.
Tor the  Royal Columbian hospital
Reports- Ward '.',. Councillor Bod-
aly reported completion of Porstercontract on Jack-man road, Glenvalley,
| Mr. Korslor having made a. first-class
job, and that he found that it was not
practicable, owing to the verv heavy
grade to open the section llne to the
West property.
Ward  5.���Counc ill-or Devlne report
ed tbat he had
Cocoa for Tramps.
:,���, ,,,���, ;l . ,*, ,. ���.,, ,,���,!������ rues;,,*, th" ' ","";'��� Bt..13e'J��i ".;' '* "' '"��� ���_,""'""''
vile conspirators In the plav loved i I'""1.. ''-v Jbc K""t i'"''\"n (Sussex)
him as compared to the attitude of 0��ir<lians for gruel as a cheap and sus-
the outraged armv that clamored for  "'""."�� '!�� ' *"' breakfait and st,,,,.
nn extra four bits at the Btage entrance,
Charles W. Vorke. manager of the
theatre, called tbo cohorts together
Iiiii they refused to "lend" tbelr ears
and declared lhey enme to bury Julius
Caesar ir the pay was doubled InBtan-
ler It was not and the whole Roman
armv was annihilated at one fell
swoop.
Meanwhile a second brigade was recruited    from    among    stage,    hands.
tin
ards
dietary   tables   for   the   casual
The
maehin
tic reci
machi u
\ Cll-l le.-
First  Sewing Machine.
earliest attempt at sewing by
���ry of which there is any nuthen
rd wus in  1775, in which  year c.
Tho Laureate of Scllly.
Some of  England's poets  hnve been
poor   poets,   but   it   may   l,e   presumed
that  all  "f  thetn  could   rend   ued   write.
Buch,  however, was not   the  case  witli
Robert H.iyhc, familiarly known us
"Poet Laureate of the s,*illy Isles,"
who   died   some   twenty   years    ugo   ut
the nge of eighty two. Though quite
illiterate in the ordinary sense, he com
posed a vast deal of poetry���not ull of
it execrabli���and dictated it for printing. He had a remarkuble memory,
und if a book wero reud to him two
or throe times rould repeat almost the
whole of it without prompting. Tin,
merest outline of uo Incident would
draw from him a sot of verses, which
he sold at u penny.���London Oruphic.
iiOrtltli op TRADE���NEW wkstmin deserll
stnr Hoard of Trade meets In the trourr
room, i'ity Hall, as follows Third Pri
day of each month; i|uHit��lv me*-sln|
on ttie third Friday of Pebruary, Maf
AuRiist and November ��t h n m. An
nual tii--tlnKs on the third Crldnv o*
Pebruary.  (J.   II.  Stuart  weds,   secre
SYNOPSIS   OK   COAL   MINING
OBLATIONS.
OOAL MININO tight- of the Oomlnlo*
In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,
the \,-Uon Territory,  ttie Northwest Tor-
rllorl.-a and 111 a portion of the PriiylnCSI
uf Ilrillsh Columbia, may be leased for %
'""." ,"'. twenty-one ye���r�� ut nn annuel
rental ol 11 an acre. Not mme than ��tl
seres will be leased to onu appllauM,
Application lur a lease must be made
by the applicant In person to the Agenl
','���'_,,"''',",',"'. ?' "'" '"""-let In which tbe
rlKlits applied for nre situated
lu surveyed territory (he land must be
I  t.y  seotlons,  ���r  i,,;ui  sun-dlvt
.ons of sections, ami i��� unsuneyed ter-
rllury the tract applied fur ahull be
slaked out by th. aVplle,,,,, hltnS" "*
i,v _"'. '"''.'"i"?"*?, '."'"" *** "'-'tompanle*
,h,. ./��;''.-'-?...w.''^hwl11 '"' "-"funded II
as   patented  iu   Knglaud
WeiseiitliaL
Will Pay $600 for Horseshoe.
A horseshoe that will minimize road
damage, while at the same time providing a satisfactory foothold for
horses, is the subject, of a competition
now being condiinted by the Roads
Improvement Association (Wallace E,
Kiche, genernl secretary, 15 Dartmouth
street, Westminster, London, H.W.) A
price of $S00 bus been offered, On the
judges' committee uro the well known
British engineers, 11. Percy Boulflois
aud Col. II. II. Crompton. Copies of the
rules governing the competition can bs
obtained by sending a Id. liritish postage stamp to the address given ubove.
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ehantnhUt   _.
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l^jile,  lice,Is.   Itnnlness Letters, etc.;  clr   lata net belni
eullir work specialist.    All work strlotl>
conr.dentlal.    H. Bnrry, rootp 418 West
minster Trust Blk.    Phone 702.
PROFESSIONAL.
CORBOULD, GRANT A
rlsicrs, Solloltore, etc.
New Westminster.    O,
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McOOLL, BAR
40 l^irrie Street
K.  rorbould,  K
MeColl.
ADAM SMII11 JOHNSTON, BARRIS
teg-it-liiw. solicitor, etc. Teletphnn
lOTj, Cable address "Johnston.*
Code, "Western Union." Offlcn��, Kill
Block. r,r,'_ Columbia street. New West
minster. B. C
rights uppiied lor "are "not available,
but ,,���t otharwiae. A roysft-f shall ft
paid on the nerohantable output of uie
mine i.t the rate of five cent, ���., ton
., Z,'\ ^���0-�� oi*"etlnit tho mine ahall
furnish thn A�����t with sw.rn r-turms
uecountlng lor lha lull quantity nl ���
coal mined and pay the roy.
lr the coal mlnliiK rlahte
, , , J"f "i"'ri��>ed suoh returns should
be  furnished at  leaat  once a year
The leas, will Include tha caul mlnlne
!l"','*, *>,���������'���  b"��k��he lees��� will  te^!
"".7 S'arjSfot u,e n""" **
For full Information application shoulO
be made to the Becretar/ of the Mn_H_
tnem  of the Interior, ottawe. or to tn.
Agent or Sub-A(ent of Dominion Landa
W   W   COItT
si   r.   Di^pul): Minister of the interior..
N. H ���Unauthorised publication of this,
advertisement wlll not be mild for
WHITKSIUB. KDMONDS A WHITE
side ��� Barristers and Solicitors, West
minster Trust Blk., Columbia street
New Westminster, B. C. Cable oddres.
"Whltcsl*'." Western Union. P. 0
Drawer 200. Telephone ����. W. .'
Whiteside, K. Cl H. L. Kdmonds, I
Whiteside.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 118.     Barn Phon* 117
���egble ���treat
ip't   ye|   given  orders
��� ��� :<��� received after the roll had been j for  the  deepening  of  tbe  ditch     In   ,,
f"'npteil by the curt of revision, noth-; front Of Jensen's property, aa he found j si reet, loafers ami anv one" Tbat'-nrmld
Ini  could now I,, done. ; that unless a considerable portion of be lured on the stage    The complete
P    V    Development   league,   secre-'thc ditch was opened other property legion  was enlisted  in  time for the
tarys report.   Piled. (would probably be .damaged, and' re- show  and  ihe  performance went  on
\. tlllatn Smith and ethers petition-' commended that tHe ditch be opened; with little outward  Indication of the
Ins to have a portion of the town line down to the slough and at some ftijstrife behind the scenes.
Buys Richland Residence.
Richland, Wash.,   Oct.   7.���Hershel
Jameson, who recently disposed nf Improved land south of town to fleorge
I). Diggers, Of Nez I'erce, Idaho, baa
purchased    A. S,    Miirray'H   residence
and will take pos-so-ssion Immediately
To Inspect School Children.
Walla Wulla, Wii-ah., Oct. 7.���Dr.
William Van Patton wlll take up the
work or inspecting the school children
and an Individual record wlll be
kept.
J. BTILWBLL CLUTB, Barrlster-at-lae
solicitor, etc.; oorner Columbia an
McKensle etreeta. New Weetmlnste
B. C.   P. O. Box 112.    Telephone   71'
J. P. HAMPTON BOLB. BAIIIUHTBR
Solicitor antl Notary. Offices Her
block, 28 Lome etreet. New Westmin
ster, B. C.
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Barristers nnd Hollcrtors. 608 to tit
Westminster 'trust Block. O. B. Mar
tin, V,'. a. McQuarrie and Oeorge I
Cassady.
Hag gene Delivers* Promptly to
any part of tha city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OP NEW WE8TMINATER. Ifl
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JOB   PRINTING
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V
WEONESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
MOB THREE
EMIGRATION TO U. S.      \
IS LOSS TO EMPIRE
���__-_mimm
HEROIC WOMEN.
Bravs
-British M. P. Calls Attention to S
ling Figures���Puts Situation
in Letter to Press.
tart-
l.oniiuti, Oet. 7 Canadian! muy be
Interested in the following suggestions
put forward In a letter to the Morning
Post hy II. I'. Croft, M I'., who litis vli
lted their country umi who is energetic
and well meaning without being In Hie
front riink of politicians.
Sir:     llurliim lhe earlier purl of llie
year 1 had the privilege of raising in
the bouse ot commons tbe question of
emigration, und I pointed uut that u
substantial number of those emigrating fri.iii the United Kingdom ko annually to the United states of Amer
ica.    I contended that Ihls was a ser
lulls loss to the liritish empire, not h���K,.H>of wives to join 'their husbands
Kraut ship cease to he British, and,
Secondly, so small a toll on the emigrant wuuld not be nn Infringement
on anyone's liberty; it would be merely askliiK for a very small  rebate of
iiriiisii money whieh the emigrant pro-
posei to absoond with.
Sueh a policy, whieh  may be startling nt firHt Bittiit, would lm national
It would he llrltiBh und Hint should
he nu adequate answer lo all critics;
It would be a great boon to the dominions whii'ii need emigrants, for whilst
not encouraging emigration, it would
; keep the streuiii iii empire channels.
As a measure of state interference it
would   be   no   more   ilriistle   than   the
Insurance act ami unlike other reoent
government experiments, ii would actually pay. providing llun.nun to
E 100,000 annually, whicb mlghl be
used either in Improving imperial
communication or for paying the pas
llllllVI
elllpir
only in bona ami muscle, hul in Capital; which export of capital leaves the
British race poorer in svery respect,
i mnke no apology ror again calling ami
attention to tills quesUon in vieu of
the recent emigration returns. For
the first seven months of 1913 HriiiBii
emigrants to Canada numbered 14B.-
000 and in AuBtraiiti 37,490, while the
emigrants of itntiKh origin to the
United Btates totalled 66,893. It i��
this latter figure which demands notice; the significance of It is appar
euiiy unreoognlsed by the government
authorities.   Emigration Iuib come to
stay, and  it  Ih  clear  that   so  long  as
men find better conditions in protected market." we can hope for no slack
enlng in the human loss which this
oountry continues to Buffer; but there
is one consolation in the fact thai the
majority of those leaving us ure emigrants tO other parts of tlie empire,
where  they  go  to  build   np  the   com
merctal Btrength of the HritiBh race*.
where    they    become    purchasers    of
iiiiti��ii goods to the extent of pounds
Sterling per bead; where they build
dreadnoughts for us, and where In
I'tree (treat dominions they even give
ihelr personal service for the defence
Of the empire, thus lightening the defensive burdens of the mother country
What of the Others?
But what of the 66,000 who in seven
monthi hav
Btati -"   Thev go to build up thf
morels] strength of the country which
bas recently become our keenest trade
competitor, and our victor lu the mat-
who have proved to be effective sat'
tiers in tin' overseas dominions On
thi-se grounds i make my suggestion
ulil   he grateful  for  any  alter-
proposals for saving to   the
the best of tiie race.
yours, i'i'*.
HENRY PAGE CROFT,
Chairman ��r the imperial Mission,
COURT HOUSE PLANS
WELL ON THE WAV
C.'rfctches   Call   for   Addition   to   Cost
$70.000���Contract Announcement
C'-iected Cccn.
With   the   completion   of   sketch
plans by Gardiner ��,- Merer, archi
teds, n definite announcement as to
the asking of bids for ths court house
addition is expected Iii be made during the next few* weeks.
Mr. Gardiner leaves for Victoria this
migrated to the Dnlted evening where on Wednesday he will
lay  the  sketch  plans  before the  pro
vincial authorities.
Tbe work, which wiii bring the court
ter ot exports, and they go to build upIbouaa  building  level   wuh   Clarkson
the military strength of a foreign p*
ei*   The total emigration to the United
Stall's ihls year will COnSldSTSbly ri
ceed 60,000. but for the sake of argu-
menl   'IiIh   figure   will   suffice      Kach
Bduit emigrant, it is estimated. haa
oosl something like ��_n�� in his up
bringing,  clothing, feeding,    housing
ami education. The emigrant, apart
trom the fact that tie is a wage producer and trade consumer, whan he
goes under a foreign flag IBpiaaOIUS
the sum of ��2hn. Sixty thousand em
WrantH    would,    therefore,    represent
the emigration of ��11000.000, and 10
%".irB of such emigration to the Btates
represents   a   Iobb   of    ��130,000,000,
Btreet and which means an additional
two court rooms,  Ib expected  to cost
:n the neighborhood of 170,000.
This will mean the abolition cf tho
present court room, which ban been
under tire from Jurists and grain! Jurymen for the pam two yearB. due to the
operation uf the Sixth Street earn pant
the building on tbe Carnarvon Etreet
Bide.
COUNTESS   IN   JAIL.
False   Pretences  Is    Charge     Against
Titled Lady
Montreal.   Oct    7     The    Comptesse
which   Ihu)   been   "pent   on  perfecting   de Caste, whose appearance In the po
)'���.���  bumsu   article,  wbo  goes   forever   lice court BOinC time ago created some
Bb race    In le years tho ! excitement on  nccount  of the    social
laketi   from     the
from ths Mrlt
United Ptates haa taken from the; standing Of the woman, has been
Dnlted Kingdom a greater number otIcommitted fur trial charged with false
Ilrillsh     citizens    than     the     regular I pretence.'.
army, the special reserve and tlie ter she is aVcuseil of receiving the sum
rli  - isl fore combined "f 11600 from  Mrs   Hamlll  by repre-
Tbis is aa appalling matter snd two I Renting to the complainant that the
facts stare British statesmanship In I loan of ths money would b�� worth ISO0
thl face; Tbnt this loss Should.[to the oomptosse, and she would give
lf possible, he prevented. That Ifl thai amount tO Mrs. Hamlll. Mrs.
empire means anything we should en���'Hamlll did not  receive the money on
deavor to  divert  tbe stream  to  the time, and she Informed Judge l.afon
dominions. tains  that   the  eomptesse    Intimated
Great National Loss. | ownership of sugar plantations in Hon-
The national lne* is so great thn' it duras and a chateau in France, but
requires drastic treatment, and after tbather allowance was slow in com-
looking at tbe question trom every lng on. The comptease was stopping
point of view there seems to be only; at one of the lending hotels at the
on" way of altering this state of af-'tlme. and whan the money was given
fair-i. name!v. that ''migrants to n for    her by Mrs. Hamlll. the latter declares.
elgn country should take out an export
license, costing, say. sin. to be refunded  on  return  to this country.      That
means thnt the emigrant wbo forsakes
the liritish flng should refund the nation ��a out of the ��200 he lias cost
the state. When 1 made this proposition In parliament 1 was fiercely attacked by the radical press, nnd I was
told   that   lt   would   be
the eomptesse took up her abode
another bigh-ciaBs hotel.
at
West   ls   full   of   Stories of
Deeds.
A bright young woman in the newer
pari of British -Columbia is the heroine
I of il bear story that is quite true.    Hhe
. ia a farmer's daughter, and one of bsf
daily duties is to milk the SOWS. Out
ovening not long sgo she wat* so engaged when a bear suddenly enme out
Ot the bush a few* feet nwuy from her.
' The bucket wti�� partly filled with rich
Jersey milk, but the girl left it on tlie
ground and bent ii hasty retreat, whii:h
was precisely what Rruin wanted. Witb
miii'ii relish he. emptied the bucket, aud
then ainbleil awuy.
The next evening the milkmaid was
better prepared, and when she went
to the pasture she carried the bucket
in  one  hand utnl  in the other  a  shot-
, gun, which she leaned nguinst a tree;
this besaUSS she looked for a return
visit of the milk loving bear. flim
was not disappointed. The pail wai
nearly filled this time when Itruin
np| eared, reining toward lier in a
very evident hurry. The girl repenteil
her flight of the evening before, and
tin* bear again made np to the bucket.
When his bead whs comfortably Into
the milk, the Kim, loaded witli number
six   shot,    wiih    very    precisely    aimed,
. and ii second of two later   Bruin   lay
low.
The point of this story is that the
women who live In the frontier country    lr.,ie   i, 1   -,f   keeping   their   wits
SDOUt   ti.i'ln.    And, ns a  matter of fact,
most of tin-in il".  Many talcs nre told
of   the   bravery,    fortitude,    and    re
. in:,rknl.ii'    ciiiliininiM!    of     woman    set
I tiers in tiie remote places of the West
nti'l   North,   si    of   whom   have   also
proved   themselves   tho   possessors  of
exceptional  ability   und  business  keen
ll'-SB.
Thus there is nn honor roll of nt least
B    half'in.en    women    in   Alaska   whe
1 playsd  thi' part  of  mining  prospectof
\ ao well thut they made good stakes and
, won  fame innl fortune.    They  were, in
the theory und practice of placer min
, ing   us  uny  mnn    in    the    North,   and
proved it by results,   It is told of one
of these venturesome six that once, to
save lier husband's bank at Nome frnm
failure,    slic    traveled    three    hundred
miles  in midwinter, alone nnd  tiy dog
tentu.   currying   a   substantial   clean up
of gi'lil nuggets from her own holdings.
By  dny  ami  night,  through   snow  und
buxzard,   she   kept   to   the   trail,   umi
reached  Nome,  with   her  golden  relief.
just in time to avert the threatened dis
aster.
Another woman, not n gold-hunter,
mushed 1,460 miles from Rampart to
Wh-tehorse, in th.' Yukon. She did it
alone, too, and in the dead of a deadly
winter. With hpr train of dogs she
tnads an average of twenty-flve miles n
dny. and nn one or two days covered
���Uyrty five miles. That in good travel
Rig on tho winter trail, even for a man,
anil especially good for a woman when
for the greater part of thi' way bIic run.
not rode, holding only by lier hands to
the burs of tlie ilog sleigh. Kor on some
days it v.us too cold to ride; fifty and
sixty and seventy below 7.ero, which'
means tkat one must keep moving.
Just like a mun. this woman mustier
rode  and  tramped, sometimes breaking
a    wnv   ahead   for   the   dogs   when   she
' sero fog   was   too   dense   for   thera   to
[see.    J ..st ilka u man, too, when out of
��� reach of the road houses, sbe mude
eim;i   nt    night time   beside   the   trnil.
' ttll'l slept the ileep warm sleep cf the
i. :* \.,., North, A '."le in tke ��aow tor
a  bed. a  ftiw   fir  brunches  fur  a  mat
\ treas,    ami    tier    Arctic    uog robes    tor
��� bedjpreeda, she lay herself down to
sleep, alone; nnd nt grey dnwn she wns
* i,j,   ,.ini   oil   again.     Not   mimy    women
; could hnve done it, but this woman did
it,   ond   ��n(Tereil   nothing   more   serious j
thnn  the   loss   of   n few  jiounds weight ,
iin her two months on the winter trail.
Btrange honeytpoen  trips sometimes
fnll to the lot of   northern brides.     A
newly wedded   couple   Bt    Whttekorse
wished   to  go   to   lluwson,   their   home
tobe.     Hut they wore too lute in the
season   tn   cntch   the   last   stenmcr   up
the Yukon, nnd for a month they wait
ed    iu    Wnltekorse.      When    the    llrst
snow came they set   out   for home by
the oveiland route.      A strange bridal
outfit  it was;  dogs, nnd  grubbox, und j
a   tied   big   enough   for   two;    and   an
nrduous bridal tour ahead of them, via j
the winter Yukon trnil.    But they hail
good time.   The weather was not too j
good,   and   the
FM NOT DOING IT!
I'm not selling the balance of the Birtch stock fast enough for Mrs. Birtch.
She said "Give the price another good, big slam/' so I went through the
entire stock, and, believe me, I stopped at nothing. These prices will give
you an idea of how I cut prices:--
Children's sohool dresses of all colors
values to $5.on, cut to 	
Women's  bouss
VtlluOB    tlj    $111,
and   Btreet
cut   to
dresses,
Kiililles' pure Cashmere Stockings;
black, white and nat.. regular 50c.
(ut   to   	
Baby's band knitted booties, all colors.
Itegular |l-60; cut to	
Infants' pure wool vests and underwear,  values to *">c;   cut  to   	
Baby's white dressei
cut  to   	
values to $3.50
Children's   warm
popular cloths
coats   made
HALF-PRICE
Pure   wool   toques  and   caps;   regular
price $1.50;  cut to 	
All  kinds  of women's  and  children's
hosiery,  Including   wools and  cashmeres
HALF-PRICE
I'errin's kid gloves, of all colors and
sizes;  regular $1.75; cut to 	
15c.  white UnenetU kerchiefs;  cut to
I-eather soles, pure wool llnea;
lar 75c;  cut to  	
regit-
25c
All children's   hats and  caps  at
HALF-PRICE
Ladles silk and lisle hosiery;
value $1.00;  cut to   	
regular
Ribbons, both silk and satin, all colors
and sizes; values to 75c. yard;
cut to 	
Ladies' white muslin underskirts;
values to $4.00; cut to 	
Ladies' lisle and cotton gloves; values
to 50c all sizes; cut to 	
40c
15c
$125
19c
Ladles' waists and blouses, all the lat-
est styles and best of makes; values
to $3.50;  cut to  	
85c
3V3c
95c
H. T. LACELLE
The World's Grestest Price Cutter.
jii
With each purchase you
get a chance at the beautiful hand - made pillow.
Drawing takes place Saturday, Oct.ll, at 10 a.m.
MRS. A. J. B 1 RT CH
NOW IN THE CLIFF BUILDING, COR. SIXTH and CLARKSON STS.
PRIVY COUNCIL 10
\ departure     was    preparing   a  "stam-1
pede" barge to be taken up the river
1 with  supplies  to  tide  the   new   camp
over the winter.   H. C. Zip. St  Michael
r> 1 rr   ASt   llinniirr  manager of the Northern Commercial
PASS ON MARRIAGk^^^
Las* Bullion Shipment.
Practically the last bullion shipment j _
,.' of thc year, amounting to $500,000, was | BeM*r c|ass Immigrants From Britain
PRtfttClS END Of
SCT1UR SUPPLY
Quebec  Law Will Be  Up for Inspec
tlon  Eefore Highest Tribunal
In Empire.
brought by the Senator as well as
passengers of the last boat down the j
Yukon from the Interior this year. |
This was the steamboat Susie wblch
met the Senator and transferred her i
nassengers and freight at St Michael, j
Valuable furs and ivories were   also
Will Be Exhausted In From 10
to .20 Years.
ment. Which follows ten days later,
I last Monday.    Before one can realize
| the need of atonement, lt Is necessary
' that he become conscious of his Bhort-
! comings:  for so long as we imagine
ourselves whole, it may never occur
to  us that we need a physician:   so
long as we do not admit our sinfulness, we shall hardly (eel the need of
being forgiven.    Hence, to make the
i atonement possible,  we    must    have
1 Rosh  Ha.hanah.  wblcb is also desfg-
I-ondon,    Oct.    7.���Discussing    the
The Quebec mar-   ' aiuaoie mrs ana ivones were   aiao   emigration movement in    Canada, an
.    i brought by the Senator. .,_.'��._. >..
the !    Capt John Backland and the crew ! "Pf'  **'**�� .ta  ,h�����fnI), ,h    un.t
��� with the various aspects or the work.
Montreal. Oct. 7.
riage   lnw   will  be  reviewed   by
privy council. This Is the decision In jof the schooner Transit, whieh
the Trembiay-Depatle case. Tp till
the last minute It was thought that
the man's side of the argument would
net be produced before the privy
council
The  reason for this was stated to
j nated as tbe Yom Hadin���tbe Day ot
Judgment���tbe dey whereon we
weigh ourselves in tke balance and
perforce find ourselves wanting; for
"there Is no righteous man upon earth
that doeth good always sad slnnetb
touch [ not."
The essential ceremony of the ser-
evpressed the opinion that a period of | vices in the synagogue on Rosh Hasb-
10 to 20 years wouid see the absolute | anah is the blowing of the trumpet.
ln
Indians Demand Justice.
Tacoma. Oct. 1.���K delegation of
Qulnault Indians dramatically confronted the United States congressional Investigating committee at the
Hotel Tneoma last night, declaring
disgraceful that the white race Is driving the red
Interference with the I'berty of tbe! men to extermination, that it has al-
liritish raee I replv that ll would be ready driven them to the very edge
nothing of the kind. o*-xvu���*. Hrstly, of the Pacific coast and that another
these people as they beard their cm!-1 move will send them Into the ocean.
|2SB^4SmR��S aum��'the""n;-:i"- ��'��t Tremblay was without .he
son train made convenient stopping
���flares. When they reached Dawson
lhey derlnreil that thry hnd not hud
a dull moment or an uncomfortable
experience, and that dog-sled wedding
Made to Your Measure
if You Prefer
Our first aim in business is to
please our customers. If you
prefer, we will make your
new Suits and Overcoats to
your individual measure.
Simply leave the tailoring, fit,
general effect to us.
We promise, right now, that
every detail of every garment
will be to your liking.        s��
Acme Clothing
Company,
C. M. Green, Manager.
trips in the North were good.
Ontario Has Best Apples.
Ontario haa beon awarded the sweepstake at the Clevelsnd Exhibition of
the International Apple Shippers' Association which carries with it the
1'rosident's Cup, as the best apple-
growing Province sr Btnte on the
North American Continent.
Ontario won flrst in its own class,
where It was grouped with Nova Bcotia,
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont,
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode
Island, New York, Michigan, Wisum
.iin and Minnesota.
Tue Ontario exhibit wm only eol-
tested en Monday, shipped on Tuos
day, and carried the -prises off on Wed
nesday. Thirty varieties were shown
���fifteen winter spples, Ave summer
and ten fall, ln regard to the summer spples allowance was made tor
the early season.
The cup is awarded bv Mr. Ed.
1-oorali, of New York, President of the
Association, snd is open for snsual
competition.
Bavafss of Haw Oanal.
Acres upon acres of ths Inset frull
-growing land ln the Niagara fruit belt
will have to be abandoned aad turned
over to the Government for ths New
Welland Bhlp Canal, according to ths
plan just registered in ths Lincoln
County oflieo.
The right-of-way at some polats is
half a mile in width, and at no place
is It less than 800 feet wide. At the
lake front 1,500 feet out la the lab-
is claimed for harbor purposes. Tse
canal cuts through the village of Homer
where a number of the old landmarks
nad buildings will be removed. Ths
outlias iust misses ths new Anglican
Church now in course of ereetion. Here
the width of the right of wsy satsads
to one-half mile, owiag to ths losation
of c big look, waste weir aad aids ssaa-
aels.
was
crushed   In   the  Arctic  Ice  pack  and
tha^ftf B^torVreN5ewor?liadle��,1*��4t,0'u of the 8UPply of the better ' in accordance with ihe injunction
b^i^Wi^mNSt^^^J�� ��f se"ic"'��? .m, n*TL��n*   LeVit'CUS ^ 24> Wh!Ch read8: "'n tbB
tmrtv or from the    power    schooner  ^ Iect'���� ">* W'����* ����� ejUmate as
Polar Reir     Cunt   I mils Lane is said   bein-S  t0��  generous���the    period    he
1 ,.l.ir H. .ir.    ( .int. Louts Lam  is sam  added wonW be ghorter   There wou,d>
he considered, still be plenty of emigrants, but they would not be the good
net -essarv runds to permit him to go !'"' ""V".'.''' ."." r"I_1"u'. IIT' I ^^ t0 whlch Canada was now accus-
ahead.    However, matters have been | Cal"'' " Duteh  "��rl>or- \ tomed.   The future of emigration   to
arranged with the result that the fac-1    On the way south the Senator called I Canada in his opinion lay In the ex-
turns,  or cases, have  just been  for- at Dutch  Harbor for Captain  Hardy tension of juvenile emigration, about
warded to London, and  will be filed j and the crew of fifteen of the little | which few or very few bother nowa-
to have taken  50 tons of provisions j
from Nome, and little anxiety Is felt | J
for the party on the Polar Bear.
with the privy council on or before the I steamer Yukon of the United States
9th of October. The hearing will take j coast and geodetic survey service,
place during the present autumn term. ��� which worked with the steamship Ex-
most likely on some day In the first Plorer ln vicinity of the Kuskokwlm
week of December.   Local counsel are ! river during the summer.   The Yukon
Broke CopV Ankle.
Seattle, Oct. " ���Motorcycle Patrolman E. F Hswklnson was painfully,
but not seriously Injured aarly this
morning nt Seventeenth avenue aad
Yesler way whan hla machine collided with a police aatoraoblle.
arranging matters so that they will be
in London at that time, Lawrence
Jones. K.C of London, will act as
solicitor for the woman ln the case,
while T'-emHay's Interests will be in
the har. .8 cf Messrs. Blake and Redder.
Both of the--, counsel wlll act   ln
conjunctlcn with the Montreal attor-i rive for perhaps a week,
neys, who hsve the case In hand. About ��00 miles south of tlnlmak
The Import .nee of the privy coun- pass the Vlctorls. Nome bound, waa
cil hearing will be realized when It Is, spoken. Por three days the big ves-
��tated that It will be the first time sei had been buffeted by a southerly
wns pulled on the beach at the mouth
nf the Kuskokwlm and left there for
the winter. The Explorer left Dutch i
Harbor September 28, on the same
d��y the Senator departed for Seattle.
The Explorer had a chipped propeller
blade and ls coming via Icy straits and
the Inside Passage and will not ar-
daya. On the whole I think he Is
right, and yet there are no well defined signs that this ls truth is accepted either here or in the Dominion.
5674 YEARS SINCE
THE CREATION
thst the highest tribunal In the empire
will be called upon to say what It what
in tne matter ot Quebec marriage law.
At present there Is quite a deal of
conflicting jurisprudence on the question and It is known that by both
bench and bar alike a final ruling tn
the matter will be welcomed.
FRESH GOLD RUSH
ON LOWER YUKON
Exsltsmant   at   St   Michael     Ovsr
Quarts finds In Hills About IM
Milan Pram Settlement
8eattle, Oct 7.���Much excitement
haa been aroused in St. Michael over
tha quarti strike made In tha htlla
bordering the Lower Yukon about 180
milea back ot the town. In one day
forty-two powera of attorney were
made out la Bt Michael tor minora
and prospectors who had oome to Bt
Michael from the Interior to Ute boat
tor Seattle, bat who had turned back
because ot the new discovery.
Officers ot the liner Senator whieh
arrived at Beattle Sunday from the
made tbla report and further
gale, during which a mess boy was
washed overboard and lost For It
hours tbe Victoria had been heaved
to, according to wireless report ot her
master to the Senator.
The Senator will leave on her last
voyage ot the year to the tar north
Wednesday, with 500 tone of whiter
supplies. Capt Thomaa Riley, who
wu transferred from the steamship
Umatilla to the Senator for her laat
voyage, will continue In command ot
the vessel.
north. _. _	
state that the Northern Commercial
oompany at tha time ot the vessel's .u��e leaaoa a fine ot Ut ww
USED Bid OUN.
John Was Trying to Scare Hla Wife
to Death.
Winnipeg. Oct. 7.���Something like
11 young cannon was exhibited In po-
ice court before Magistrate Maodon-
ald thla morning when John Gory-
csuk waa arraigned on a chart* of
threatening hls wife and tiring a revolver at her. The disturbance took
place laat evening at Ilt Prltohard
avenue, when the neighborhood waa
aroused hy a series ot exospUooally
loud reports. Beveral oonstahtod
rushing to the scene found Join th
an Inebriated condition Indulging ta
tha gentle pastime ot "soaring hie wit*
to death." ta hls hand he held the
biggest revolver ever aeen ta thla
city, and with It he was aapersatly
endeavoring tp make * Ml* ta th*
moon's bright surface. .
John waa Informed that aueh thtan
might ha tolerated ta Rusala. treat
whence he came recently. hM R ��MH
not be allowed here.   To drive horn*
Jews Celebrate   Their   New   Year���
Feetlvitlee   Close   October   24
With Rejoicing.
For more than a week Jews the
world over have been observing the
holy seaaon. which began with Bosh
Hasahanah, or New Year's day, September II. aad ends with the "retort
of Rejoicing With the Torah" on tk*
evening of October M.
in the Jewish tradition, the Rosh
Haahanah marks the anniversary of
the creation of th* world, supposed
to have taken place M74 yean ago.
The present Roah Haahanah. there-
fore, marks tk* beginning of tt* year
M74.
The cbang* of date, however, la of
little or no Importance, aad If toe Jew.
Ish New Year's day had no turthar
significance. Ita appeal to th* J*w
would be very taint Indeed, tt Is not
the change ot the year, but the change
ot lit*, that maksa tt stand out as on*
of the hottest day* ta the Jewtsk mi*
endar, Herein tt radically diftore
from our civil New Year; It Is a day
sat apart tor tatntpwthm and salt-
(namtnatlon. fw�� snered character of
tola day te lag-tod ta th* two other
names hy whk* R.le taawn, tta. tko
Day of M*m*flataMd Ue Day ot ike
Blowing of tt* Trumpsta. In tt*
tint place tt Is tt* Day ot Memarial.
or WiaismkWMSs   As bank  It <att*
seventh month, on the first day of the
month shall ye have a Sabbath, a memorial of blowing of trumpets, and
holy convocation."
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEW*
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
Fresh ^Vater and Salt
INSIDE WATERS
OVERHUNG WITH FOG
WESTMINSTER PORT
PACIFIC COAST
CAPTAIN FORD
NEW RIVER PHOT
Captain Carter Resigns to Again  Be
come Maeter of Earl���New Pilot
Starts Oct.  1.
Following the resignation of Capt.
1'. S. Tarter, as pilot for the port of
New WeBtmliiBter. the pilot board bas
appointed ('apt. F. L. Ford to the vacancy, duties to commence Oct. IS, on
which dute Capt, Carter's resignation
becomes effective. The salary remains as formerly, $150 per month.
Capt. Kord is well known In this
pert, having among Other postB been
captain of the B, C. Transport company's vessels, and at present Is in
co ���mand of the tug Burrard.
t aptain Carter goes back to his old
cbirce   as   captain   of   the   tug  Earl, I
where he was be ore heco ning pilot. ft     (hp �� ���how cxtraordi.
lie goes aboard tbe Karl on or abou actMty.    Hulldlng  programs  of
���tb"  L'Oth  of  tlie  present  month.     At ���       ���
BIG PREPARATIONS
EOR PANAMA TRADE
New   York   Shipping   Firms  Draw   up
Big   Building   Programs���This
Port to Benefit.
Captain of C. P. R. Boat Saye Mists
Hinder Shipping.
Victoria, Oet.  7.���Fog  Ib  beginning
to   interfere  considerably  with  shipping in the inside waters.   Heavy roll
BRAZILIAN GOES  UP I named (irlfflths and took no notice of
AND DOWN AT TORONTO I it afterwards.
I     Sir Charles - You  said  you bad  re
Proof thai the necessity for all
speed on the harbor work In Ihis port
and river ia a real one, Is shown In
the dispatch given below. It demonstrates most clearly that to successfully compete with other ports In the
Panama trade New Westminster must
have shipping facilities ready for nil
Veisels before the canal Is opened. The
dispacJi reads:
San Krancisco. Oct. 7.���Advices frnm
New York shipping circles to the marine department of the chamber of
commerce state that the approaching
opening of the Panama canal has
stimulated  steamship companies,  and
Toronto.  Oct.  7.-Active  Belling ofj
BrasiUan with a consequent decline in
that  Btock to 89 IS, ItB lowest since'
last  August, wua the chief feature of |
tbe   tnislness  on   the  stock  exchange
ing banks of mists are enveloping the [today,   lt recovered to 90 1-4.   Activity J
narrow channels at frequent Intervals  In  BrasiUan  was  In  striking contrast
and verv shortly tbe whole coast will  to  tho rest of the  list,  tbe  turnover
be  obscured   for   some   weeks   In  the  in one issue exceeding the total litisi-
blanket    Capt  Donald master of the'ness in the score of ether issues dealt 1
Prince  (ieorge   which     berthed     here lln.
yesterday   from   Stewart   and   I'rlnce
Kupert, says that  be lost three hours
ut   Seymour  Narrows  going  north  otl
Itbe hist trip.    When he reached tbe
i narrows the weather was as thick as
.mush and tbe bows of the ship could
! not be seen from tbe bridge    In order
to wait for the water to slacken and
also for the Tog to lift   Capt   Donald
turned  the Qeorge  ahout   and   lay at
anchor   for   three   hours   before   pro- 	
ceedlng,   Fog was met frequently on  ���.-,,,,��� ^,,,1, oounsel were speaking atlously?
EIRST SNOW TAIL
COMES TO PRAIRIES
sided   In   the  vicinity  of  New   West:
tnitiBter  and   Vancouver  for  tbe   last
26 yearB.   Is that the truth?
Witness    I think It  is.
Sir Charles    I  suggest  that you
lived outside tbls province, outside altogether during tbat  time nt  four or  Calgary, Moosejaw, Prince Albert end
five different  places  In  tlle States?
Witness-  1 bac lived In the States, i
HIS MEMORY
j PROVES FICKLE
(Continued trom rage One I
Regina  All   Report Commence,
ment of Winter.
Calgary, Alia., Oct. 7. Six Inches of
snow fell yesterday Hi lhe High River
section,   40   miles   soulh   of   Calgary.
You   were   tried   and
your oath  Is that   not
Sir Charles
convicted. On
true?
Witness    I don't know
Sir Charlea ��� Ho you say lhat serl
the  run,
met.
hut   no   further  delays   were
Samson Busy.
Tip' snagboat Bamson was down the
river yesterday snagging and this
morning al 7:80 clears for up river to
engage In survey work.
once and the Judge was trying to In-j Witness I don't know I don't
terfare and stop them 1 thought for | know anything about a bench war-
the moment that Mr. DavlS had made   ran,-.
a most Improper statement.    I did nol I    Sir  Charles    Vour   wife  got   a   ill-
hour the passage between them.    Now j vorce from you for cruelty and (leser
I can see from the explanation that It  tlon'.'
unnatural course for blm
present   the   Earl
Cr.pt. Wilband.
is  commanded
LUMBER TRADE POOR
UP THE COAST
magnitude   are   already   arranged   by
the United Krult compnny, the Iloyal
Mail Packet company, the North Oerman   Lloyd-  the  Austrian  Lloyd  and
the      Hamburg-American      company.
Three of these companies, tbe Hoyal
Mail,   North   Oerman   Lloyd  and   the i
Hamburg-American,   have  announced j
I their intention of operating first-class
j paBsenger and  freight  steamers  from
I Europe  to  San  Krancisco by  way  of
I the big ditch.
I    ConcernitiK the  intentions    of    the
/tc-anac Brings Newe From Northward I'{.,:val ,Ma" lini'' 'V8 Bal<> "'"' in 'f
"      ' ���*�����*���"������� dition to Inaugurating a direct service
World's Markets
WHEAT MARKETS
OPENED HIGHER
was not an
te take.
The trial then proceeded, fleorge
Greenwood taking the stand and his
cross-examination occupied the greater nnrt of the day.
Sir Charles    Do yon remember bow-
many  men  were present  with  Powell * neys?
when  you  went  to  ideutlfv hlm.? Witness    I  can't   remember
WIttiess    Krom   1-   to  16, Sir Charles- Wero you not told that
Sir Charles    You looked    at    them   you were charged with cruelly of the
1  was liorn In  11. C.
Sir Charles You ran away from
tbe Statea. A bench warrant was Is-
stud onanist  vou?
Witness    Not   that  I  nm  aware  of.
Sir   Charles    You   wvro   sentenced
to a term of Imprisonment for beating    our wife?
Witness    I   did   not   beat   my   wife. | The   weather   lu   the  Calgary   dlstrlcl
wus moderately cool with the sun
shining ull day.
Snowed All Day.
Moosejaw.   Oct.   7.   Starting    al     'i
o'clock yesterday morning snow fell
practically all the day. The woallier
lias been wintry In the extreme It
was  still   snowing  al   Vi  o'clock  and
fully two inches have been registered.
At  Prince  Albert.
I'rlnce Albert, (irt   7.    Snow fell all
day   yesterday   bere,   melting   as     ll
fell.    Threshing   will   not   be  affected,
however.
More in Sight.
Regina,   Bask.,   Oct   7     Early   Sunday night the snow storm that arrived
iin  the early  morning bad  resolved  It-
Self int" a cold drizzle.
There
Witness    She Kot a divorce,
was  no cruelty  In   tbe  matter.
Sir Charles���You were accused of
Intemperance aud of beating ber ln
that   trial?
Witness    1  don'l   think  so.
Sir Charles    Who  were your attor
even a thousand liead of cattle Ib difficult to find.
"Alaska offers the only hope of Staving Off the day when flsh Bhall succeed
beef as the principal article of diet
on this continent. I have Bpent many
years in Alaska and 1 know tbat caribou and reindeer can be raised as cut-
lie were raised In lhe west. My father had (-'large of tbe flrsl herd of rein
deer shlpp< d Into Alaska ami our experience with Ibem and the caribou
is proof positive to tne that both anl-
uialii would multiply rapidly In the
hands of competent stockmen,
"I'he caribou Is very gentle, even In
Its   so culled   wild   state.     I   bave   bad
Ihem follow   around like a pet dog,
lint the reindeer and the caribou will
afford    only     temporary    relief    they
mav ami probably win check temporarily the upward Jump of beef prices,
but il wlll lie but a few years lit lhe
In ��t until none hut the Wealthy can
eat  sven  the  poorer cuts of beef
HAND WORK PASSES
EROM MODERN EARM
C;ds from Euffalo and New York aFir-
ly  Numerous���Feeling  le  That
Wheat   Is  Good.
very carefully?
Witness    Yes. sir;  I looked at them
along  the line one after the otber.
Sir Charles-   What shape were they
lined u|   in?
Witness���In a circular position.
Sir    Charles    What    position    vvas
Powell in?
Witness    11" was the third man.
Sir Charles    You went up twice to I problems of
the drcle fer the purpose of Identify-t in   Portland
most atrocious character, knocking her
down?
Witness   I can't remember.
Sir Cbsrles Did you tell your sec
ond wife thai you were divorced; what
the   court   had   decided   against   you?
Witness    I can't  remember.
Sir  Charles    You   are  better at   re-
nii mberlng   faces   than     lhe    serious
life.     When  did  you  live
Ore?
-Little Vessel Had Rough Day
in the Gulf.
from England to the Qolden (late, tbe
'company will jro deeper into the traffic   between   New   York     and     South
I America    via    the canal.    The Royal
Mail   has   given   orders   for  the  con-
,ter an  eleven  weeks'  voyage up | ���^O- ��ve 21,,.,,,, ^ fas,  g*   ���   ;,   ; ,,   ���.,.  .   ���
coast of the province, the power Mrvloe,   Three of the vessels will be
'ser Adanac. Capt. Wilson, bas ar-   ready for operation next May and two
r'.ved In port and today goes up river, j in the fall
The Adanac is used in boiler inspec-
lion  work  by  Ihe  government  under
tho direction of Chief Inspector i'eck.
v-f this city, and on her northern trip
1 id aboard Inspector K. Bath, of Van-
couvei.
The little vessel left, Vancouver har-
1 or on Saturday morning at ''��� o'clock
st-nd battling against waves and the
gale that blew that day, did not ar-
rive here until 7 p.m. So rough was
It outside that during the entire day
1 -,'l one boat, the Princess Charlotte
WSS siEhted. most of the larger vessels
nnd all small craft seeking shelter.
T'.e Adanac bad to run six or eight
mlleB out of her course to make the
turn  near the lightship.    While near
LOTS WORSE PIACES
THAN ERASER RIVER
Winnipeg, Oct 7 Ml markets
opened higher mainly on Improvement
demand, bids being fairly numerous
from Huffalo and Nev. York. The
Hussell news agency reported one
million bushels of Canadian worked at
of the market Monday, ii) loads of which went
to Limerick 26 to Lisbon am! the balance to England and the continent.
ing   Powell,     Yell   went   up and  came:     Witness    I   served   my   time   lhere.
bac'- again? si,- Charles
Witness - Yes Witness    I
Had a  Conversation. S'r Charles
sir Charles   Yon  had a converse-1    Witness stated further that he bad
tlon   with   Detective   Hl-ick   after  vou   lived   In   Seattle   for   four  years.
served   my  Ume
What  for'
erved at my trade
���oh '
NO BEEFSTEAK
EOR POOR MAN
Cattleman  Predicts Price  Aviation  of
Meat���Year Will See Eig
Rise
Seattle, Oct  7    Oeorge A.
a Miles City, Mont   tsookman,
Hrown.
Is  here
went   up  the   line   the   first   time  and
then went back the second time,
Witness���I never remember bavlng
a conversation with Hlack at any
'ime I only went up once tliat day.
1 wen' up the following dnv. Tuesday Hlack was there the (''rn day
.1 went for the purpose of picking nm
rhe feeling ot   the trade seemed  to   ,,,���,,.���     , ,.,.������,,,, ���Vl.r ������. ������,-  , pg(
be that the wheat  was good, but  was       Sir  Charles    Wbnt   was  the  reason
in danger of going out of commission  fl"  '"' second visit?
Witness   i hid no Idea,   I waa a.*'-���
Capt.  Furneaux of  Bark  Dumfrieshire
Writes That  He Will  Return to
Pacific  Coast.
and worth the price while tbey were
willing to sell there was no tendency
to give it away. The world's visible
supply Increased l'i."!'".ono, but reports of drought In India were more
pronounced.
Tbe close showed an advance of
1-2 to 5-8 In Winnipeg and r.-S to ::-4
In  Minneapolis.
"I if l could identify him the second
time.
sir Charles   You had already Identified him?
Witness    Yes.  s'r;   1  described him
as the  man standing  third  from   the
scale, with a guern
wh    ���   buttons
Sir Charles    The very first day?
Witness   Yes    There seemed to
'���ould not come within in years of
'he date Bl fore be was divorced be
had earti'-d * 17r. a inonth Al the
time  of  his  divorce   he  earned  about
$4 :��� day
sir Charlea   Did you nol swear that
yon * ere earning only $4 a day"
Witness    I can't say
Sir   Charles    When   wer
rli ' 'ii your first wife?
Witness   l can't remember
Sir Charles   Can  vou com
10  vear or 20 -.ears"
Witness   l can't remember,
Continuing In answer to further in
', mirations, witness said he had sent
his wife money and had never lost
ltinns  through  drink     He simply
but lon bis way bome from northern  M
r sweater w ;,h  loft of bis own accord     ll
sty when he came to H C or within
10 yenrs of le He bad supported bis
wife   In   Vancouver   when   he   ran   a
ERAILIAN   WEAK    IN   MONTREAL.
Victoria, Oct.
some misunderstanding of what l said boarding house there    lie did not re-!
in  describing him. member n man testifying that be hart
Sir Charles   So there seemed to be j threatened to kill his wife.    He had
lt   is quite  likely I     Montreal,     Oct.     7.���Brazilian   was j some  trouhle over  the  identification''   oald   the   Tares   of   his   whole   family
������*,*,i   ���)     ii,,  liritish fmir.maatert h-irk .aKaln ;l weaK  s(ock ln 1-ondon today!     Witness    Not   that   1  am  aware ot,  and  brother-in-law   to  the  States  and
'���������*   sandheads  her   engines  gut  into   that the big urm-.li tourmasieo oarat     d   .))(>  (|ov,nw-_(1   moven-ent   which but he could not  understand  me. they   never  came   back.    He did   not
t-ouble, and for an hour and a quar- Dumfriesshire, Capt Furneaux, will l s,art(1(| ������ Monday had gained fresh: Sir Charles He was not satisfied remembel being arrested for assault
lc.-, Bhe lav at anchor two miles off. fin(1 llpr wav t0 nlls Poast to load an-1 momentum when the local market ��� with your identification of I'owell on In 1896, nor being sentenced to 60 days
the Gulf of Ge��r��l" earterv until ,{?��� 0ther lumber cargo.   W. Beek, of B. B. I opened.   Initial transactions bere were Monday. j'n the county  lall,    He   had    never
pairs were made and Bhe oould proceed I Martin und company, is In receipt of lat 90, as compared with 92 ;i-S at the I    Witness    He  seemed   satisfied. heard of a bench warrant being issued
1 nder her own power. According to a [ott(,r from t[,p we|j known master [opening and 91 1--' at the close Monday Sir Charles-And yet he asked vou 'or Ills arrest in 1896 or that he fled
those aboard at times tbe little vessel 0f *^e famous sailer, ln which he told and In active markets the price work- to go back on Tuesday. Ulack too), from justice. Ho had never served
rolled   port-holes   under   in   the   _eas|of- )|iB outward passage from the Uoyal \er* steadily lower to S!l 3-K. closing at   you back to make sure. j GO days.
e.v
lCO, where he sold several carloads of
horses. He lefl Mexico, bj way of KI
Past, two weeks liiin     He says    that
Americana ar,- rapidly leaving nr be*
ling driven  mil  of the rebel-infested
i   I'ion south of El  Paso
Mr  Brown is one of those who expect   tn   si e   beef  mission   from    the
you mar- Americai   working man's table within
s ahorl time    He believes tbe l'nited
St,*,-   Bl mil    will   become   perforce     11
within [-nation using little or no beef.     He
looks f"r the price of beef to Increase
20   per cent,   within  a  year,  and   predicts that Seattle consumers will pay
I nts a pound for sirloin Steaks lu
1914,
'The liin cattle ranches of the wxt
could not1, are a  thing of  the  past."   -said     Mr.
Hrown     "A  few   years ago cattle barons numbered their stock by tens of
thousands      Now   the man   who owns
Machinery   Dlnplacea  Men    and     Old
Time Scenes In Harveit Fields
Aro  No  More.
Winnipeg, Oct 7 "Within a tew
yeara," said Cbarles k. Roland of tbe
industrial bureau, "a modern farm
will look like nothing so much as a
special abode of uncanny machines
around   which   human   beings   will
scarce!) b��� seen. That Is. of course,
providing the progress thut has been
minle since the Invention of the Belf-
bltuler forty years ago continues   The
entii," gang plow ami seeding Instruments, modern baying machinery and
harvesting outfits are rapid I j reduo
Ing to au Irreducible minimum tbe tin-
man element In production on the
land.
Tin* latest discovery. I think. In tbls
process la the stook loading device
1 went out 10 Rosser on Baturday and
there saw suoh a machine This giant
fnrtn Implement requires four horses
to draw and one man to Operate It
will load 11 slook wagon iu two minutes, and It does the work Of s:v men
In the field Tbere ar,- 10,000 thresh*
Iiik machines In this country, and ho
this    saves    employing    60,000     men
wiih a self-stooker that will work satisfactory we shall he practically in
dependent of outside labor to handle
oui harvests,
"This stook loader saves money as
well  as   men      It   costs  $20  or   I*.*',   a
day t" use the six men.   No leu* than
sin ut these machines were made In
Wtnntpeg lasi var and a lurne n
her   of   them   were   shipped  -SOUI
Dakota '
tbe seas
t'-it were running 12 to 14 feet high.
The damage to the machinery was in
1: 1 way serious and is now- repaired.
Glum Outlook.
While putting in and out of ports to
t'ie northward inspecting boilers in the
c-nnerles, lumber camps, etc.. those
���"���"hoard the Adanac bad many persons
evpress opinions of the condition of
the lumber trade at present, and In
the main these opinions were tbat the
f-tlook  for  the trade  was very poor
1 .deed, and the only people making |���**- way to th'j coast for another cargo
'   mey  were  thosp   firms  With  long
contracts to fill.    Some of the camps
roads  to  Delagoa   Hay.  South  Africa,  the low at noon.    In the afternoon thr
and also of bis future plans.   Although | tone was slightly  better at 89 1-2 in
hearing In  mind  the farts that some the final sale.
of   the  running   gear  was  destroyed
while    the    bark   was  at  the  Kraser |
river mills loading and that his ship
grounded  at  the  mouth  of the  river
whon towing out. Capt. BVmeaux says
that there are lots of worse places in
tbe wotld  than the Kraser river,  and
tells Mr.  Reek not to be surprised  if
news is received bere that he is on
��� "i closed, the captain says, and at
.must of the others talk, official and
���ruerwise. was to the effect that more
would  follow  suit  soon.
Camps were found closed at I'owell
���'������er. iKngcome inlet. Tumour island.
nicldy bay. Northwest bay. Half Moon
bay and a few other points.
Among the camns still in operation
��� Te  thoBe  at  Village   bay.  Haskvns
-let. Wolfson bay. Stillwater, tncliid-
; -. the camps of the Hrooka, Scanlon,
' Rrlen company, ("rale-croft inlet Uat
"ortage. Port Neville. Chatham island,
'citron   bay,   Reaver    creek.    Oreen
int   rapids.   Butte   inlet.   East
'Vest   Yucablta   rapids.   Okls   Hollow
-pids. the Hastings mill camp at Hock
' iy and Granite point    A small camp
' Araemus island was cu' nut end at
���"���<rtes island a camp was moving to
��� ther limits.
Cunt    Wilson   Biyn   that   from   what
'������is been told blm there Is scarcely n
Single mill on the coast working and
by Bome hard times are predicted.
STOCKS ROSE SLIGHTLY
IN WALL STREET
of liritish Columbia fir.
Interesting Shippers.
Capt. Furneaux Is one of the most
Interesting mariners who ever pair a I
visit to this port.    His ship has had a i
great, history and he is considered on" !
of the finest artists in command of a
wlndiammer today.   The cabin of the
Dumfriesshire  is  a   studio.    Some  of |
the most mimr.ifloent paintings of sea
scenes     decorate     the   panels   of   the
cahi..    He is also a master of carving
and lias made several fine models of
ships.
Ninety Days to Cape.
According to the letter the bark was
no daya making the voyage from Cape
Reading, Canadian  Pacific and Amalgamated Copper Made  Best
Showings.
Witness    That   was   Ills   idea-
Sir Charles    Vim   think  there  were
15 mi n?
Witness -I  could  not  say.
Sir Charles    Xor eight or nine?
Witness  -I   could   not    say;     there
win  quite a number.
Sir Charles If Hlack swore that
The formation v.as triangular, would
yon contradict him?
Witness    No; that may be his idea.
Sir  Charles    '1011   were   wiih   Black
when you picked out the deputy sheriff first shot.    You picked tin- wrong
mail?
Witness - No. sir
sir Chsrtes   Do you recollect being
released from custody for Hi" purpose
of petting a bond for $-U0 to secure
v. -"- presence,
Witness    I   don't   remember tbat.
Sir Charles Nor that you never
turned up to net what was coming to
vou?
Wltncf-  Harried.
Witness was also harried ahout his
remuneration for his appearances as
a   ".iiness   in  all   the  trials connected
with t''e hunk robbery.
IH- admitted receiving fiiO and his
expenses to Detroit and New York;
not more.    He did  not put In nn ac
Sir Charles    You were never aware   count  fer loss of time,
that,  he  thoiifht   that? i mated  it.
He just estl-
aim I piatterv to the Cape of Good  Hope.
Capt.   Eurnoatix   says   that   lu-  hotted
to reach  Delagoa bay In P
but   adverse   weather
passage to VK> days.
New Haney Wharf.
The D.P.W. plledrlver, in charge of
""reman McKarlane, is doing good
���vork on the new government wharf at
Port Haney. The addition being made
wlll allow some 20 feet more of space
which has been needed by shippers
for some time paBt.
CAPE COD CRANBERRIES
Hright  fresh stock, pe- lb ISt
Local cranberries, 3 lbs tttSt
1'yslop crab apples. 4 lbs 25C
Choice cooking apples, 5 Ibs 25C
���f hoico eating apples, 3 lbs 256
r.weet potatoi s, 6 lbs 256
Quaker    Brand
corn and tomato
canned    peas,
s, i cans.256
11-iVB you tried our I,m- quality teas
. 1 1  coffees?    Our special  blends of
and  coffee  at  35c  per  lb.,  3  lbs.
��� n.i'*1. aro the finest to he had. We
.-   i: you to try them.
1   nice t:,i,',, butter, 3 lbn Sl.OO
r stem fresh egga, per doz 40c
1 dozer   75c
1     llty a id service are our aim.    We
t   ' -it .*   rial order.
Jean's Grocery
Phone 326.
Birr Clock. Columbia  Street.
TIDE  TABLE���FRASER   RIVER.
For the Week Ending Sunday. Oct. 12
Westminster.
Sand Heads.
Time.
High.            Low.
High. Low.
Time. Ht. Time.
Ilt.
g     12:45    C; :,.*->
11:45 12.7    3:40
1.6
21:20 lk:3u
20:20 10.6 17:30
in.2
7    14:00   7:40
13:00 12.7    4:35
2.5
9.7
9.7
8     14:55    8:25
13:56 12.7    5:30
3.3
22:40
23:24    K.S 21: IS
��.7
9       0:25    9:30
14:37 12.6    6:42
3.9
15:35 23:00
21:31
7.7
10     2:25 10:10
1:24    8.8   7:44
4.4
16:10 23:35
15:09 12.4 21:49
6.8
11    3:35 11:10
2:36    9.2    8:40
4.9
16:35
15:35 12.1 22:11
5.9
12     4:30   0:25
3:32    9.8    9:30
5.3
17:00 11:45
15:35 11.0 22:33
5.1
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New York. Oct. 7.���Stocks rose
slightly tu the early trading today
with the best showing of strength by
Reading, Canadian Pacific and Amalgamated Copper. In the second hour
the mai ket fell back again and husi-
ness virtually ceased. Prices wen- on
a deal level until shortly before the
close, when there was another small
lays out. i upturn. Klnal changes among the
prolonged the leading stocks were unimportant. Tobacco issues were exceptionally weak.
The Significant feature of the day
I was cessation of tho liquidation In
iron and steel stocks which had driven
these Issues down for Beveral days. It
was the opinion of some traders thai,
selling   of   these   stocks,   particularly
stocks,
C. S, Steel had been overdone and eov
erlng by shorts was the main feature [last
In the morning ad vane. n
Witness He might have imagined
it.    I told him t'te right man.
Sir Charles You mentioned about
another man?
Witness���It waa a mtsundertsandlng
I am not, aware of what, hls words
were. He was speaking very low. He
did tint seem to understand me. It
was after I described the man that
he whispered is that the man with
the sweater coat and white buttons. I
said that is the man I picked out.
There was one Pinkerton man present
at the Identification. 1 don't know
hir  nami.
His Idea of Beauty.
Then came an examination on the
si?e of Powell's ears and witness' Idea
of manly beauty. He was shown the
photograph of Powell from which he
had originally Identified Powell and
the newspaper representation of Boh
Hiirnam. whom he bad Identified, with
his   spectacles  011.  as   I'owell   in  July
yon   believe   the
Re-examined hy Mr. MacNeil wit-
; ness swore he nnver raised his hand
j againat hl0 wife and attributed his domestic afflictions to his sister-in-law.
j He had heen in Seattle since the bench
warrant had been  l��sued.
When he Brrsnged for a phone message to Royal Oak there was no phone
in Leafs store.
Qeorge (Iriffiths testified to having
.-��  conversation  w*lth  Qreenwood  who
told blm he had met a motor car with
five men In it on the mornlnc of the
hank   robbery   and   though!   he  could
; identify them.
Cross-examined witness said he had
told Sir Charles at his bouse lhat It
was so long ago he could not remem*
ber much ahout It.
K N. Sutherland, expert In band-
Writing, cave bis opinion thai the signature in ihe Griswold hotel register
ami an acknowledged signature of
, Martin I'owell were written by tin-
same  person.
Frederick Stevens and Robert Clegg
WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR.
m   ifir
1 inn hfsrtrtfitf^
��41 FRONT ST.
OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT
This Week's Temptations
Ladies' regular lines of Ames Hidden High Boots
heel; $4.fm value for  e ,  cr
Cents' Dress Hoots; stub tecs; sev.n; every Bile;   IVeal "   '">J
rcr  Sl.SS
25c Bottle of Packards' Famous Shoe  Polish  FFH
Buy one dozen shoe laces at 10c, the polish will hi  ,
Ladies' Dress Oxfords; every BUe; broken lines     . tr.   tr-
Gent8' Work Hoots, every size  q- . ' ^-1
I.eckle Hoots, Slater  (K.W.)  Hoots.  K.  Hoots;  $30,000 Btock 1
from.    The finest variety of low and high cut bootB and
wear In the city.
The Choicest Product
of tho finest Tea-Producing Country In the
World
"SALADA"
Its flavour and strength
are preserved unimpaired in the sealed
lead  packet.
050
CLAOK, OREEN and MIXED.
C. P. R. AND COPPER
RALLIED IN LONDON
Money Waa in Good Demand and Discount Rates Steady���C.P.R. steady
at Close.
Sir   Charles    Old
newspaper   cutting     of     Hunuiin   Was Igave   evidence   of   Dean   and   Miii'iin- I
I'owell  wo-i  you  said  "That  is Mar-fnara's presence In  Vancouver In Sep-1
tin Powell?" 'tt(""l--. mil,
Witness-    I   don't   know   whether   I       ,1   1). Kennedy, barrister. New West-1
believed   It   or  not. ' --'""ter,   "inv   Trnnn's   automobile   at I
Badgered   about,  his   previous   iden- '7:30 on  Iloyal  avenue and hearing a
tlflcatiou  of another  man  In  Ihe  car ; ""Ise  early  In  the  morning of  Kept
with   Dean,   Powell   and   Macnamara. j in   1911.
witness took refuge in the nnBwers . The depositions of Oeorge Oreen-
1 "I don'l remember" or "I can't say." i wood, Jr., since deoenBod. were read.
I Tbat was witness' almost Invariable 1 It was to the effect thai he bad seen
I reply  when  faced   with  contradictory I en auto with five men In It on Sent.
statements   In   hls   previous  evamlna-1 l-r>.  lflll,  on  tbo    New    Westminster
Hon.     He   was   aware,   he   said,   that road between 7 and S a.m. Ile ldontl-
everything be had  signed was going  fled Dean as one of the men
x*wm
ADVANCE BOOKINGS NOW
BEING MADE to the OU) COU \.
TRY FOR THE FALL and WIN-
TER 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 you
your choice of rail lines to the seaboard.
II. O, SMITH, 0. P. & T. A.
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
W.  E.  DUPEHOW, O.  A.  P.  D.
I'hone Private Ktchanfte 8134
London, Oct. 6.���Money was In good
demand and discount rates were
steady today. The continent is making Inquiries for gold, but It is believed the Dank of Kngland will get
the bulk of the $4,000,000 new gold
arriving this week.
The rally in Canadian I'acific and
copper stocks and better support, from
the continent caused general cheer
fulness on the stock exchange hut
weakness was still apparent In shipping  shares  and   Hrazilian  securities,
to be used as evidence.
Sir Charles���You are jimt as sure
vou s-'*.v I'owell as tbat you saw Dean
that day in the auto?
Witness    Ves. sir.
Sir Charles And If ynu mad" a
mistake as to ono you made a mistake
as te all
Witness    Ves.
Sir Charles���You just, took a pnss-
Ing glance at five men mtsslni? In a
car going at. the rate nf ten miles nn
hour and Identified three or them and
that Ib the truth, the whole truth and
nothing bul the truth?
Tested on Macnamara's Identification he said be did not remember
ever describing him as smooth shaven
while consols lost an eighth owing to although  his evidence In other trials
the early  issue  of a $7,600,000 4  per  showed In
cent   New   Zealand   loan,
American securities opened steady
and a fraction  higher,
The list advanced during the early
trading when Canadian Pacific wns
an active leader. Later New York
aupport sustained the Improvements
and made the closing steady.
The court adjourned until 10:30 today.
had.
Matter of Duty.
His wife had  urged  him as a  matter  of  duty   to  report  his   rencontre
with the men In the auto to the police|ln purchasing feed and attempted    to
when  he  told  her about a month  ef-  pass a motion bavlng contraetH given
PORT  MOODY  TO  USE
B. C. E. R. LIGHTING
Port Moody, Oct. 7.���The council at
a meeting here tonight agreed to llie
contract that  the  ll. 0,  E. II,  supply
street lighting to the city.    Tbe rate
for the 30 lights to be Installed Ih to
be $1,50 per light during the summer
and $2,26 for the balance of the year.
-Special contracts will be arranged for
display lighting on special occasions,
At tiio meeting two councillors
charged that a local merchant had
been discriminated against by the city
tor.
1312.
In It
He did not do so until .Ian. 26,
He did not want to mix up
He had  previously told u man
hlm   for  the  rest of the  year.    This
motion vas lost.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented^    -
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS TURNISHED
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Branches Throughout the Province of British Columbia.
Savings Department at all Branches Deposits of (lne Hollar and
upwnrds received and Interest ut the highest current rate paid or
credited half yearly.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Drafts snd Travellers' Cheque* sold, payuble lu all parts ol the
world.
CHAS. G. PENNOCK, General Manager.
New   Westminster   Branch: A. W. BLACK, Msnsgsr.
A ll iHJW
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER g, 1813.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
Phla*   **!**��
News'Sport Page That Everybody Reads
HOCKEY
FOOTBALL
BASEBALL
BOXING
MACKMEN GET FIRST
GAME FROM GIANTS
Athletics Get the Better cf McGraw's
Men   in Opening Came���Outhit
and Outplayed.
.New Vi rk, Oct. 7. Outlilltiiig nml
OUlflaldltLg th* New York (iiunlh in
tin*   flrst  game  ill   the   worlds  series.
the   Philadelphia   Athletics   defeated
llie National league reprMl ntatlv.il 111
tiie Polo liiininds this alteniiioii by a
SCOTS Ot ti to I.   So complete wus tiie
supremacy of tha   Am-awM   Isagus
< iiuinpiiiiis Iii  tiie  Initial contest  thut
the notary appeared to bo but u con-
tiiniuln.li ul iiie serial of 1911 when
tbe Athletics won the tllld of that
year iroin  ihe (iiants  by  four games
out of six. As if tu heighten the
Illusion, thero were some feature plays
ibat might have been reproduced, mi
<*1< H ly did they resemble those of -u
months ago.
Record Crowd.
The gams was witnaased by a crowd
tbut taxed llm capacity ol the New
York club siadluiu. 'lbe exact number wlio paid udinlsslon to tbe stands
was iit.'i.ti und the day's receipts
win ?;���.___. These iigtn*cn. furnish'
��� ii by tiie national commission for the
attendance fell short by mure than
_"*'i i.i ilm: ot the lirst game uf 1911.
Much a., tbe locul contingent ol fundi.in was chagrined ut the defeat of
lbe Qlants, tliere were no&S Who
cc-.ild gainsay the right of tin- Ath
Ietics ui ii." triiiih ui tlie victory in
th. opening slash ol lha 1918 chain-,
plonship si riesl The Uachman went
about then- task In u businesslike
manner and before t*o hours bad
passed hud demonstrated that tor the
daj ut least their*. v,a.-. the belter
team. ThS) uiilbatted tbe Olants, dnv
in,, bi.lh Marquard and Crandall from
the mound ��nh fnaliladas ol long
lm, which quickly accounted fur
runs in lieidmg. Loo, th* standard
bearers of the American league were
abend ol ths champions of ths older
< rgaalzatloii.
Chafer'i  Misplay.
ll   wnn ( , Hire  Haldol   Sl.iifcr's mis
Judging cf Sibling's drive to deep
oentre thai really paved the way for
the a iiiii uct,  victory,   it was one of
the few hard chances offered the
Giants' fleldt rs during the game and
when Hliafer fail-ed to gunge llie flight
< ! Uie ball, tlle Athletics tailed the
opening and took lhe lend, never to
!>o headed, 'l'b*. t'.lstil* started a n'-lly
In the tlflb lulling which nulled three
iiitiH. but    the    Markup n cuuie    bach
with another m the eighth und eltacb
ed the victor}.
OH, You Collins.
it lias been said that every world's
t ries develops a hern und the Ath-
, .Ici lost no tittle ill seeking the
laurels In that direction Eddie Col>
litis played a remarkable guine ut
second base, making fuur put-outs and
sis assist*, without a semblance of an
error,   Ue also figured with Hurry and
ItelnnlS In the lone double play ot
the game, which stopped short n
tilant rally In the seventh Inning and
cauaed UcOravi to jump up and down
with rage and disappointment
Collins, however, bad no monopoly
on tbs hero's glory, for ,i. (franklin
Baker and Chief Uender did yeoman
���work thai entitled them to recognition, Baiter mude history repeal Itself
v. Inn be drove ii home run bit Into
lha  grand   stand   bin k   uf   right   Held,
scorllng coiiiiib from second ahead ot
him.   The siiuutinu und   hits   were
much th* name as in the iieeniui game
of the 191] series wben Baker lifted
Hm bail out iiie rence i n a Uarquard
offering ami  paved the  v.ay fm*   *
Athletic victory.
Credit to Bender.
To Bender goes tbs ersdll for out-
pitching both Marquard and Crandall
and slu,mug skill and nerve m several
trying   plaoes   When   the  Qiantl    up.
peered about to break through his
delivery ami tuke the lead, The tall
Indian had bis speed und bis "break"
on bis  bull  und tightened  up in    lhe
pinches in u manner thai fully justified Connie Muck's confidence.
By outlasting both Marquard and
crandall, lie gave the Athletics the
edge mi tomorrow's game, since Mc-
liiaw mual use either Mat hew hun ur
lieinuree nr oome back with Tenreau.
wlille tiie  leader uf the  Athletics lias
Plank, Bhawkey and Brown nil avail-
ulile fur the llrsl x-uiie ut Sblbe park.
OPENING NIGHT
Sports of All Sorts Run Off at the Y.
M. C. A, at Commencement of
Winter's Work.
|    T. Btorme bus been elected to lead
Ithe. Crescent Beacb basketball quln
i title with A. Vi. Itecki r us manager
|The boys were forced to take the
r count lo the White llucks lust even
lng.
R068ED HIM BUI
lEff HIS CHOPS
When He Came to After the Sandbagging He Had the Meat In His
Pocket.
oil
\ splendid sports program wuh run
St tlie V.  It C   A. last  nlgbt, the
f All IROM CAR
PROVES FATAl'.
event   being   tin-  fall   upening   uf   the,
I association building.
Ths lug building was crowded with
Interested spectators taking in all the'
i events of  the  evening  ranging  frum!
j basketball to swimming und bowling. I
in the basketball game, the White.j
Huck association came through    with ]
flying colors over the Crescent Beach
quintette, although  it required  fouri
minutes  of  over  time   to   settle     the. I
dispute.    Final score was 21 to 1".
W.   A.   Ingram    Dies    in     Hoc-iita:���
Woman   Badly   Burned���Tructs
in Leral Battle.
Vancouver.   Oct.  7.���Vt.  A.   Ingram,
Ian extensive    property    holder,    und
I well known in the city, died  In    the
genual hospital mrly yesterday morn
Clarence  Doe  Wells and  a.   Henley ling as
furnished the burlesque article in  a I brought
boxing game   the former's knowledgeL , ,,
frcm a street car on Granville
result ot brain hemorrhage
on, tt  is thought,  by  a fall
street
i 11.
Net
,-iliuli r.  Cf   ...
Doyle, 'ib . .. .
Kl't'hcr.  ss   .
ilunis. If
Ilerzog, 8b  ..
Murray, if   .
Mi ysrs, c  ...
Merkle, lb
Marquard, p
sMcCortnlck .
Crandall, p ,.
Tesn au, p .
xxMcLean    ..
Ti 'u!k  ....
xllatted for
ii McLean hi
ninth.
Philadelphia All
I-:. Murphy, rf 4
Hinting.   If      4
ah ii. ii. po, a ...
��� ', the Kngiu.li game coming in quite
handy when making excusm at hla |c" Sunday afternoon,
poor Showing wllh tba mitts. Snow- I Some doubt exists as to whethe.
ball O'Connor was right there with jmr. Ingram, who was an elderly man
llie wrestling stunts although be wan ju���u wtlc. It Is Baid. suffered from loco
hard pressed by II. Baxter, Who t>d|motor ataxia, slipped from the car or
hlm In total (ail.* | wu thrown from the step by the sud-
Doctors V/on. I<J( n starting of the tram.
ii   showed   their I    Ha feu to the pavement and wus
defeated a team I picked up in au unconscious condition
1
1
l
4
11
I     I
The    medical
prowess   when   tbey   dofeated   a   t
of business men In two straight games
nl volley ball, which was a surprise
in tin* audience, who tailed at tbs out.
Sel to si" what calibre th.- medicos
were made ot
Swimmini?,
In the swimming tank E. Dunford
won the short distance race, while H.
-Whittaker won the other evi nt.
In the bull the High school orches
tra  gave  splendid   music  cotisiilirlir;
and was rushed to the hospital, when
everything possible wus done lo have
Ihis life, but he died early yesterday
morning without having regained con-
sciousttess.
Lucky Escape.
i    Dr.  I..  McMillan, whu is attending
Mrs, J. Park, ti.T Broadway west, tbe
woman who was burned in an explo-
Uion of varnish on Saturday afternoon,
say lhat the explosion occurred when
 tS    4 11 97 IS    0
larqnard In nftb.
i-i   for   Tssreau   In
the short time ll has been organised [Mra. Park was sealing up a demijohn
Vii?-President .1. W. McDonald In- ���c v.,r;iish witli candle grease, alter
t'oduteil I). N, Dames, the new gen having done some varnishing in the
> ral secretary, and Mr. Johnson, the houBe. The fumes ignited and the
nn:    I. *       secretary.    Doth   replied ,jt.,mjolin    v.as   broken   into about a
I fl'" Ithousand   pieces   when   the
���e(took place,   window* panes
It.11. I'D
0 I -
0    1
1    3
2    0
Collins, ib    ;i   :;   :;   4   7
linker,
Mclnnl
B trunk,
Barry,
Bchang,
Bender,
;b  .
. Hi
cf
ss
11
a. .:
0   0
n
stating that with assistance they
sure they conld obtain results in
fit>  aud among ths association mem
bera.
BIUIARD HAGUE
34   a 11 2. 17   1
Totals    ...   .
Si ore by Innings*
Philadelphia    1100 380*10    I
New   .ork    001 otti ono    4
Hutnmary: llomu run - Haker. Thrce-
ba-,. luts Collins, Schang. Two-base
lilts    Harry. Hum.-. Malt-Dee.    lilts oft
Marquard s .'. nve Innings; oil Crandall ;< In _ innings, nil Tom-can -
none In two Innings. Sacrifice hits.
Marquard, Mclnnea. stolen base -
Collins Double pla:.. Harry, Oolltns
ami Mclnnls, Leti on bams Philadelphia 4. N'ew York tl. I'list bft-c on
balls off Marquard 1; off Tog-man 1.
!-'irr.i   bjise ou  em rs    New     Vork    1.
Btroc- out -by Bendsr 4:  Msrquastd
l: b> Crandall 1; by Tesrsao 1. Time
_ mi.   Umpires- Ki.m behind plate;
K_.an cu bancs;  Rigler lift Held;  Con
mi!;,* right fiild.
New  Westminster to  Be  Well   Retjre-
Inter-Clty   Matches���
Cchedule Drawn Ur��.
semen
N, n Westminster will b'
ed once again in the Inter-City ilil
Hani league. This was decided upon
yesterday at a meeting "f local cue
artists In the Hoyal pool rooms and
later the schedule for the season was
drawn up In Vancouver.
Jui k  Iteid v.lll be mis-ilug from thej Simon Tompkins
Koyal line-up tbis winter, having gone
north, but b    new    player    from    the
CHANGE SCHEDULE   I   BOARDERS BEATEN
6occer Garnet Arranged to Leave the   Married Men Put It Over Those Who
Dates Open for Iroquois Cup Pay Board at Club Alleys Last
Games. Night.
A readjustment of the soccer sched- Married men made s runaway rar-f
uie was effected laBt evening at a Mth the boarding house brand In a
meeting of the local City league hold billiard series played on thc Club
In ii. Ryall's office. tables last evening between two teams
' I from the American Can company   of
: Easl llurnaby.    Two Karnes wero all
the loi'ui City
Ily alls  office.
This was ii. m   so  tbut  the    after
noon of Baturday, October 2',, mny be
left open   for  Ihe  IrOQUOlS  cup dates.
of lhe locul teams are;tlle single men could manage In  the
In which three
Interested III.
No less than four soccer games wlll
be played on Moody and tlappcrton
parks next Saturday,    together    with
one city league game at Burqultlam,
At 2:30 o'clock at Moody square
the  Itovers will clash  with the  11. C.
B. II, Forrester handling the whistle.
Immediately   after  this  game  the   II.
C, II.  S   will  meet McLean  park of
Vanoouver,
At Sapperton llurnaby nnd Sapperton wlfl clash for the llrst time with
Harry Tidy handling the whistle. Following this thc Bankers and City will
buttle with Wbllller as tho official.
At lliiniultlam the Mooso will be
the visitors, Ashworth being the
official.
Italph Forrester and H. Boylnnd
were appointed to the referees' board,
while the resignation of W. N*waome
was received and accepted.    ���-
I quintette as the following scores wlll
show:
Married men. Single men.
Douglas 200 Mansfield 136
Gibson IM  Cade 200
liothuin 2oti Matthews 17J
Andrews 200   Hart 90
II. Mansfield 15s Jones 200
Referee, D. Hunter.
A return game will be played next
week. The American Can company
challenges any other commercial team
In the city for n match game of billiards.
A bowling team will travel to Vancouver Thursday to bowl a friendly
game at lhe Flanagan alleys.
The executive of the City Basketball
b uxue will bold a meeting In tbe Y.
M. C. A. building this evening at 8
o'clock. j
Rugby Did 11
SL Catharines, Oct. 7.���From the
effect of an Injury received eight days
previously while playing rugby football Hugh Dorsay, aged 14 ycfra. died
yesterday.
Englishmen Win This One.
New York. Oct 7.���Harry Vardon
and Edward Ray defeated Warren
Cockran, local amateur champion,
and Oeorge Sargent, professional of
the Chevy Chase club, Washington, tn
36-hule, best ball foursome, six up and
nve to play today at the Baltimore
Country club. The Britons clinched
the match at the thirteenth hole of
the afternoon play. The morning
round resulted live up for Vardon and
Kay, whose play throughout the day
was phenomenal over a course with
which neither wbb acquali4ed. Var
don equalled the course record ln the
afternoon round.
iFraser  valley   who   goes    undtr    the
i name of  Lush    Is expected    to  more
than  (i'i  tin*  shoes of Iteid.    An op-
poitatiity will be given to all billiard
I players  io  make  the  team  providing
j thev   show   such  class  as   will   make
thom eligible for Inter-clty games.
Beven teams will comprise the
league, six of them be-ins from Van
couver.
The following is the schedule mapped out:
.Nov. 4���Bates vs. Wostmlnster.
No. 5���Claridga vs. Chapman.
Nov. 6    render vs  Oide English.
Paul and Brown bye.
Nov. 11--Paul and Iirown vs. Bates.
Nov.  12-Chapman  vs.  Penders.
Nov. 18���Westminster vs. Claridge.
Olde KnKlish bye.
Nov. 18���Olds English vs. Paul and
Brown.
Nov. Hi���Penders vs. Westminster.
NOV, JO���Bates vs. Claridge.
Chapman bye.
Nov. 2D���Chapman vs. Paul and
Bruwn.
Nov. 26���Westminster vs. Olde Eng
lish.
Nov. 27- Claridge vs. Penders.
Bates bye.
Dec. 2���Chapman vs. Bates.
I.ee 3���Paul and Brown vs. Westminster.
I).e. 4���Olde English  vs. Claridge.
Dec. H- Penders vs. Bstes.
r��.-e. io���claridge vs. Paul aud
Brown.
Dec. 11���Olde English vs. Chapman.
Westminster bye.
Dec. 16���Paul and Brown vs. Penders.
Dec. 17���Bates vs. Olde English.
Dec. 18���Westminster vs. Chapman.
Claridge bye.
From thia date the schedule repeats
with the exception of change of
tables.
exp'osion
und door
panels   were  ulso  broken    and    the
woodwork    took   lire.    More    serious
still.  Mr.    Parks clothing  was saturated w'itb the varnish and also beCStne
ablaze.    She Is now    In    a somewhat
precarious  condition  in  the  hospital.
Trusts at Loj-jerhead*.
The Colombia Trust companv Is tho
plaintiff in a suit against the Vancou-
iver  Trust  company    in  the  supreme j
[courl, and  is asking the court to set,
iBHide a chattel tiortgag'; held by the'
\Vancouver    Trusl    company    against
isiveral  motor cars belonging to    the
j estate of the late J, E. Musgruve. The
, , ' tilaintlffs.   on   behalf     of   the   general
 'bodv of creditors, clai"**. that the   de-
fondants are culy entitled to an equal
share in the estate with the other
Creditors, The actlcn Is being beard
by Mr. Justice Murphv.
They Didn't Get Him.
When   tb"  Canadian  officials  went
bo lllaine.  Wash.,  to take charge    of
the young lady who
tesoaped trota the industrial school at;
[ Point   Grev   several   weeks   ago.   they ;
jwerc told tl'.it he could not be brought
Spokane, Oct 7.���Sandbagged, carried  100  feet to a  room  In a  vacant,
bouse  and   left  for  dead  after being
robbed  of blu gold   wutch ami  $14  Is ,
the story told of an experience undertone by Arthur Lynn, 33 yeara. residing at the corner of Fourth and I,In-
coin, as he  wus going  home to din-,
hit last Friday shortly after G o'clock, i
Hours   after   being   deserted   he     returned to consciousness and made his
way into the street and to his home,
arriving there at 3 a. m.   I.ynn Is em-
ployed us singer ln a motion picture
theatre at 326 Riverside avenue, and
has a wife and child.
"I was hastening up Lincoln street I
and  had just passed Second avenue," '
said  I.ynn. "when  I  noticed two men !
rushing  toward   me   In   the  dusk.    I
thought nothing of it, however, until
they  were abreast  of  me, then  they
Whirled  and each  grabbed  me by an
arm.   I attempted to resist and recall
dodging  or  attempting  to,  as  I   saw
the man  who had  hold of my right
arm raise his hand ln the air. He hit!
me with  some heavy object and  the!
next thing 1 awoke In a deserted house !
near  the  corner of  Second  and  Lincoln.
"I groped about and discovered the
light from the arc lamps on the corner
faintly illumined the room. I was able !
to find my way out and once on the
Street went home,. My wife bandaged
the two wounds on my head and |
while I was unable to move about
much on Saturday um normal again
today."
I.ynn has two small jagged wounds
unon the right side of his forehead,
which appear to have been made by
a sharp-pointed object. He believes he
was struck with a small rock held in
the hand of one Df his p.rsal'anti.
"On the way from the theater I
slopped In at a market and purchased
a few chops for dinner and these 1
found in my pocket when I returned
to consciousness. Evidently the strong
arm pair which attacked me were
looking only for money."
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At the Theatres
SARAH BERNHAROT'S
PLAY AT THE ROYAL
ANTI-IUNCH LAW
CMlStS flGHT
nance
back to Canada as he was the Bon cf
a  Inited  States citizen.    Monev was IW agsinst the ordinance.
supplied   him   bv  friends   with  which I    Chairman S. Simon of the Los An-
to reach bis home at Ballard, Wash.     \**-f �� "e c��mpfn>h v���e?,n^* ��,""
eral  sentiment  of the  meeting  when
Last night at the Uoyal theatre "A
Itoman Prtnoass" was presented for
the second time ln Westminster and
its deep plol and clever Hues held the
audience in ita grasp from start to
linisli. Edythe ElliotL as Siephene
Ue Maurivait. was extremely clever.
I Her gowns were charming and one
I could not blame lhe old prince for
I falling In love with her.
Dcuald Oray. as Sir Horace Welby,
handled Uis dillicult rele in a ftni&nea
\ manner. Miss Marlon, as Alice, gave
, an attST, graceful performance. Mr.
iHipley.    &3    the    wronged    Corsican. I
  ! handled    his    part    admirably.      Mr.
Wakefield and Miss Fletcher, In   the
Spokane,  Oct.  7.���That  the  saloon-  comedy rolts, gave a good account ot
keepers and the proprietors of   littleI themselves,    Mr.   Ayres  had  but
lunchrooms do not propose to let the:81"*?11 !*��. but handled it well
_,        .,,_._; _.    I    Mr.  Koyal   and   Mr.   McDonnell  are
.'mayor-., anti-lunch ordinance go    be-jnot ,���  ,���_, pre8pn,  c���t,   but wj���  ^
Tore the city commissioners without a i seen jn "The Golden Giant Mine."
vigorous fight was evidenced at the j which runs the last half of the week,
meeting    yesterday    afternoon,  when
arrangements   were   made  to  employ
an  attorney, appear at    the    council
meeting   Wednesday   In   a   body   and
generally conduct a    vigorous    cam-
Saloon Men Object to Proposed Ordi-
and    Organize   tor
Campaign
Sarah Bernhardt'
Greatest Success
PRMSS"
Presented by the
Chas. t Royal
STOCK COMPM
With
fOIFOR fflfiHIfSS
AN ARCHBISHOP
What Cures Eczema?
Went to Keep Him.
A rule nisi for habeas corpus in the j
case of Wang Shu    I/ee.    the   minor
child of a local Chinese merchant has
been granted by Mr. Justice Morrison
and   will   be   argued   on   Wednesday.
The proceedings are for the purpose | .���1r"tlley gucceed in stopping us from
nt preventing the Immigration officials . selling lunches in our saloons now it
fram deporting the child on the:wlli be something else they will try
steamer which leaves for the Orient to ma|<e llB ouit nevt. Soon they will
this week.
he called It to order.    He said
"We  are  not   trying  to  harm    the
restaurants or put them out of business. All that we ask Is to he let
i alone. But we won't sit back and be
j trampled on
Langlois Bitter Over Ban Placed
His Paper, Le Pays, by Mgr.
Bruchesi.
WANT TKE ORGAN
BUT MONEY'S TIGHT
Montreal. Oct. ".���"An unjustifiable
. try and make ns stop Belling cienrB. I attack on the liberty of the press," is
1 because the cigar dealers object. Then | the expression used by Godfrey Lang-
Reglna Congregation Hard Put to
to Raise Funds for HighXIsss
Music.
A full rugby practice Is called for
Thursday evening st Queens park
wheu every one of the local players Is
expected to turn out In order to get
In shape for the struggle agslnst the
Highlanders nt the park on Saturday
afternoon.
We have had so many Inquiries
lately regarding Eoitema and other
skin dlsenses,. that we are glad to
make our answer public. After careful
Investigation we have found that a
simple wash of Otl of Wlntergreen, as
compounded In D.D.O. Prssorlptlon as
made ln the D.D.D. Laboratories of
Toronto, can be relied upon. Wo
would not make thin statement to onr
patrons, friends and neighbors unless
we were sure of lt���and although
there were many so-called Ecsema
remedies sold, we ourselves unhesitatingly recommend D.D.D. Preemption.
Drop Into our store today and let
us tell you more about D.D.D. Ask
us also about D.D.D. Boap; it helps.
Frederic T. Hill, Druggist, New Westminster.
Nsps Win Another.
Cleveland, Oct 7.���Cleveland again
defeated the Pittsburg Nationals, 2 to
1, in an eleven Inning pitchers' battle.
Gregg, Cleveland's star southpaw, opposed Robinson, Pittsburg's best lefthander, and honors were about even.
Gregg's first base on balls helped
Pittsburg to their only run and Rob-
Inson's bases on balls allowed Cleveland to score Ihe deciding run.
Hans Wagner, who failed to get a
hit yeaterday, got two singles today,
while l ejole, his rival, ot but one.
Wagner handled six fielding chances
perfectly. Tomorrow's game will be
played st Pittsburg.
Score��� R.   H,   E.
Pittsburg 1     T     2
Cleveland 16    0
Batteries: Robinson and Olbson;
Gregg and O'Neill.
Kcgins, Oct. 7.���Word haa been received by the board of management of
the Westminster Presbyterian church
to the effect that the new organ or-
tiered hy the congregation Is about
completed, and that some parts of it
sre ready for shipment st the present
time. Owing, however, to the tightness of money during the pnst tew
months, the subscriptions promised by
ttunv nf the members ot the congregation hsve not been paid up. and It
Is a matter ot doubt to tbe officials
of the chureh whether it would be advisable to hnve the organ shipped until money eases up a little.
A meeting of the congregation waa
called laat evening to consider the
matter. It was well attended, and an
open discussion waa allowed In order
thnt the opinion of the congregation
might be learned.
The general opinion aeemed to be
that the congregation was losing very
materially from an Incomplete musical
service, due mostly to the absence ot
the organ. Since the opening of the
church last spring the musical service has been led with the assistance
of a piano, it was agreed at the
meeting that the organ should be Installed as soon as lt waa completed,
nnd consequently the bonrd of manae-
ers will undertake a canvass of all
members having subscribed funds to
see if the necessary amount cannot lie
raised at once. If thla nnn be accomplished word wlll be sent to the organ
manufacturers to ship Uie organ tit
once.
Alien Same Wsstmlnstsr?
Regina, Oct. T.���Tnr th* flrst time In
yeara n Chinese bonne was raided laat
evening by the provincial pollen aad
four oases of whisky with three oaaaa
of beer were eoaflseated.
they wlll try to make us quit selling
chewing gum and package candy because the candy stores and drug
stores object
"Now, a working man does not have
the time to put on clean clothes and
go into a restaurant and wait tor
half an hour to get waited on and then
have to pay two prices for his food,
besides tipping the waiter. He wants
to come Into a lunch counter, where
he can get a quick, reasonable lunch.
Now, there are some men who bring
their lunches wltb them and come Into
our places to get a glass of beer and
eat them. 1 would like to see the
proprietor of a restaurant allow, a
man to bring bis own lunch into their
places."
CHHDRENAND
MOVING PICfURES
They Will Havn te Have Adults With
Them to Attend thews In Saskatchewan.
Regina, Oct 7.���Tbnt a resolution
wonld shortly be put Into effect In
Saskatchewan prohibiting any boy or
gM under 14 attending picture theatres without being accompanied by
their parents or guardian, la the Information given to tbe executive committee ot the bureau ot public welfare
by tbe secretary.
The eecretary stated that he had recently written to the tilm censors aak-
Ing them whnt legislation there WM
on this question aad that his letter
had been turned over to the deputy
minister of the municipal department,
who bad written htm to the effect that
a regulation covering thla point waa
being drafted and wonld likely be put
Into effect about the first ot tbe year.
Wltb regard to the vexed queation
ot regulating the hours lor nawsboyn
In Regina, the secretary stated that
he had been Ut eommunleat-on with
City Bolicitor Qroach, who had informed him that the curfew bylaw,
recently paaaed, would apply to th*
newsboy* aa well aa aay others, and
that they wonld therefor* hav* to be
off the streets by I o'clock tt th*j
were under U yeara of age-
lols, M.P.P., as an introduction to a
denunciation he has Issued of thc action of Mgr. Bruchesi. archbishop of
Montreal, ln forbidding Roman Catholics to read Mr. Langlois' newspsper,
Le Pays, because, according to the
mandement giving expression to the
bun "The paper ls of a nature to gravely injure religious Interests and to
cause a real harm, especially to the
yount."
Mr. Langlois, in his denunciation,
threatens to take legal action against
the church authorities for damages
should he find that he suffers from
the ban. and to carry the case through
to the privy councll if necessary.
"The mandement could not have
been issued for religious motives,"
say* Mr. Langlois, "as- we have never
written a line or a word againat the
Roman Catholic church. Mgr. Bruchesi wnnts to stifle our work of r*
torm and paralyse our Increasing influence with the lending classes.,
What he does not want ia to see the
newspaper* aad public man acquire
the habit ot thinking tor themselves,"
RfOINHAIRlS
ARISTOCRATIC SHADE
What Haa Been Proved en "Heredity
rarm," Mott Peeullar Ranch In  .
the Werid.
Birmingham, Oct. 7.���Three -nations ot the British aaaoclation paM i
visit recently to Major Hurst's her*#
Ity farm. i
There 1* Mt place Ilk* tt to
world.   A tm hundred acree
whnlly given np to things la whl
nnw. law* ot heredity may be
Flower* ot all Mtt��> hnahea,
rabbits, rata, poutbnr. Inn** ai
remarkable atttL tt* ***** at
bag*, supply Mator Hunt with
daat svljsao* *f to* working -ah
law* ta h*maa
Om _________ttT
|la Barbae*
11
chestnut color ia
ls th* true "arlatocratie" color.
tot* ***h It always com** "tmnC It
Kh, Went* ar* r��d or chastmst a-hV
.^cSdrea win be eo
thfs fidelity to type doee not <
Uty other color.
Atyet mor* remarkable thing is am
Mic-way to be proved.   Aa ear tor
iifgte.lt seems, does not oome ootr
th* ear. and this sen* I* am
U* a* nd oolor; tlmt ta. am
M mmncal paraato at* i
i ther* toaia* mat en
aamaateal.   Th*y wm
i toem. b*t they have aa ��a-
whfc-k prevents the httm
being effective. Thoy ana
a quuhty. but they -kerns
' t. and  their  nMdi���
b* tonal**-.  Tfctotoct-
decatable la men. a\
absolutely prov-
 ��T flower*.
Hurst afcowed some hesaO-
earatttoan and rams.
certain thar THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
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month; 6,000 words, lo bti used sn required within one year fr-uiu date of
contract,  I26.nu.
<3^^^t'4
WANTED���MISCtH-ANtllOJi
Ranted���domestic hbi_f. ekf-
crences required, qualifications,
Kood plain cooking and luly housekeeping. Mrs. James Cunningham,
727 Third avenue. (21B7)
WANTKD   .lAI'ANKSK BOY WANTS
housework. Apply Japanese mission,
FOR SALE
FURNITURE OF SIX aOOM HOUSE
for sale cheap; house for rent; :>->
Dufferin street Phone l_.:ilt. (2200)
of
it   is
-of    nl
nl aptitude
I'he records
a   tolerably
���FOH    SAI.K���THAT    VERY    DESIR-
able store, the California Fruit
House, 714 Columbia street,   due of
the best stands In the city for fruit.
tobacco, confectionery and light refreshments, Bargain price for cash.
Api.lv to manager on premises,
12193)
TWO   VANCOUVER   HOTELS   POR
sale at   right    price, B84    Eleventh
street.    C. O, 12109)
Visitor Sees Scenes Which Recall Older He is a Product  of   the "University
Daya President Belt."
Near Cmspe  Basin, the other day, ij     Nova   ftcotia   ia   t'-ie   crur
happened upon a sure enough old l'ris- versify  presidents   just    as
cilia making yarn on an equally ancient cradle���on  its own  boast-
spinning wheel, says M. M. In Canadian every   other   form  of  spec-
Courier.   I saw neither Miles nor .lohn, for administrative office.
but   know   they   must   huve   heen   in  a show   that   tlie   bount   has
long ago past; there must always have good foundation.
been  a   Miles and a John  where there       When   Daniel Miner  Cordon  left  bis
is n Priaeilla, a spinning wheel and nn Halifax church and took UP shield and
aged  horsehair sofa,  one  whieh  tries battleaxe as principal of Queen's Ini-
its  hardest    to   look  dignified  in  suite plciing   and   merciless  duties  Ihe  bur-
of gaping wounds which bleed slutting den  of   which   had   delivered    Qeorge
nud rusty springs. (irunt   to   his  grave   years   hefore   bis
There   is    nothing    like   n   horsehair time.     At   a   period   of    life   when   ng
sofa   for   recording   family   history;   its grest-tion  is usually a memory nnii men
two depressions  tell ot a  time when settle bar!. Into reflection, be under-
Miles   or   .lohn    came    n courting    and took   to   i,.t   as   teacher,   ambassador,
learned   the   difficult    art    of   babiiu-e business     supervisor,     agent      genernl,
upon     its    glossy,   slippery   epidermis, confessor,    and   look out    man.    Those
Then, as l'ris,'ilia  looks with less shy- who   did   not   understand  said   that   no
FOIt      SAI.K HOUSE      l'AUTI.Y
Bnlshed, and large cleared lot.    Kd-,
limiids.      Clear    deed.    Cheap    for
cash.   Apply owner, (ieorge Warne,
Eighteenth avenue, Kdmonds. 011401
mere Maritime Province preacher rould
run a university on business lines.
Those who knew better said that a
minister who lind genernlled the
church 's battles on the frontiers of the
west,   changing   his   froek   for    a    sol*
rd,   dier 's coat to taki
in   minister   who  had
toll of I.ouis Kiel, n
an  Iron cored patri
otisin   and   personal   graces  of    a   very j
Bapperton,
(2190)
COOK PAINTER WANTS WORK OF
any kind.    li.  Fisher, Kdmonds.
12196)
WANTKD DRIVE AUTOMOBILE
or truck; do own repairs, bad 3
years' shop experience.   Take any
position  same line, small wages ro-
-milred.    Coombs, 1412 Kdinburj.'h.
1 (2184)
ACREAGE NF.Alt NEWTON, JUST 81
miles eut. less tlmn '���)'.) minutes' ride
on li, e. Electric from New Westminster; soil excellent,   bottom   or
upland as desired;    tram    trontagi
Sir.ii an  acre and  remainder    jusl i
back of frontage lota $1<W and (126.
Terms quarter cash, two years for,
balance.   Tbls Ls a sacrifice; estate';
to  be    cleaned     up   at   once.     Sole!
agents. CurCs & Dorgan, New West j
minster.    I'hone 466.    No trades.
121611 J
FOR   SALE���FIRST   GROWTH   Flit
wood; cord wood $���", per cord, stove
wood    $2.5 0 per    rick.    Telephone |
1005. (2026) I
ness and more favor upon the suitor's suit ��� the depressions gradually
merge Into one. The old soft wns the
ideal spot for holding hands -a fashion which is fast decaying, 1 am told,
with the younger generation. It is tm
harmless, too unthrUling, In a \
too elammyl Bul holding hands in
the heyday of the horsehair sofa, was
a compromising, not to sav a romantic attractive kind could and would make'
pastime,   and   the   horsehair   set's   was,   a principal of utiorditiary calibre.
as  I   have snid, ideal for this perform'       Dr.    Oordon   knew    Western    Canada
ance.     Dlstingunshed    visitors    were before  it  knew   itself,     lie   preached
led to its inhospitable humps, the cure sermons in st. Andrew's Church, Win-
delivered    his   family    homilies   from  nlpeg,     when     Wlnnipegers     reached ;
tin-re, the canvassing politician kissed  bome by wny of Chicago and perused
the baby as ho clung to its precarious skeptical reports of a company culled
sides   (the sofa's sides),  and  the  rein-   the   C.l'.H,   running   a   line   round   the
tlve   who   had   money   might   even   lie   humps  of   l.nke  Superior.      He   walked,
upon   its surface;  and then  when  l'ris-   over     Calgary    twenty    years    before
cilia was    married,    the    ancient sofa,   Calgary     started     to    walk    over   the
siting with  the chromo of great grand*   Dominion,   nnd   knew   Kdmonton   when;
father,   who   frowned   out   of  B   ivnlniit   vim   could   salute  the  wln'le  population |
by waving a hand at thc Hudson Bay
JAPANESE WISHES SITUATION AS
school boy. Apply Japane-so mission.
Sapperton. 121.a)
WANTKD TO HUY SEVEN INCH
cohoe net, second hand; must be
cheap. Apply Captain 1). Mcl.eod.
Oakalla P.O., B.C.
I 217111
FOR SALE- $1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week,    Canada's    Pride    Malleable j
Ranges; every one guaranteed. Mar-
ket square. (2160)
WANTED ��� DRESSMAKING,   D A V-
work. Miss Pennington, Y. W. C. A.
(2177)
WANTKD    ALL KINDS OF  LABOR-
ers' supplies. Oriental Contracting
Company, 413 Westminster Trust
building. 12120)
pop: eale or exchange.
overland 1912 fully equipped
electric lights, electric horn, speedometer, clock, etc., extra tires. $775.
and red plush frame, formed part of
her dowry. Later, Haliy was warned
against putting his lingers upon lln)
BOfa's sensitive skin, for fingers, especially when wet and sticky, left bold and
nlmost indelible marks. The neighbor's
child wns sometimes allowed to Bleep
on the old sofa,���hut not often! Nol
The spinning wheel and the family
horsehair sofa were venerated pieces of
furniture; they would probably have
formed the base of an Oriental's curse,
bad lie been brought up with them, ex
actly as the hair of his grandfather's
beard furnishes him with swearing ma-
.maxwell 40 H.r., coon  gondi-
tion, good koker.    Trade for deeded
property;  value $1000,
store.      This    gentle-mannered    patri
archill   llguie,   rich   itt   years   nnii   the
joys of tine scholarship and the know 1-1
edge    of    great   duties    greatly    done,
is   one   whose   life   will   be   missed    if
the   chapters   pi eding    his   otlirinl
career are given secondary attention.
One of these preceding, and indeed
' continuous chapters, litis io do with
i him as a Canadian of extraordinary
patriotism. He waves no Hags and
sings no i-nngH, but his heart grips
hold .if Canada like the heart
lover. *>n his return from an An tra-1
, linn tour not lon;: ngo lie met ti  frici. lj
terial, to-day!
l'risi'illa   sented   at   the In  the rotunda of a Toronto hotel and
close   proximity   of    the "ben   he   hm!   told   him    Imw    he    i"l
which stands in the re- mired   Australia   nnd   New   Zealand   In*
mantel, flanked "a one ens'   '"    this   irrepresible    reflection!
containing a photograph "Hit   isn't   it  a  hue  thinp,   after   nil.
the other bv a hassock,
WANTKD ��� HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
ture in large or small quantities for
spot cash. Will give full value or
���will sell your household goods and
effects by auction. Will guarantee
to realize value or no commission
charged. H. J. Hussell. Westminster
Auction House, Kings hotel block.
Columbia street. (2164)
..SE 1912 FORD, TWO lfiil FORDS,
Ford delivery, Everltt delivery, K.
M. F. touring car. Hup runabout,
ranging in prices from $260 to $5t)Ci.
WE ARE BUYING    AND    SELLING
cars every day. Ilriiig your used
autos to use for quick sale or exchange.
STORAGE,   REPAIRING,   PAINTING
delivery bodies and fare doors built
And seeing
wheel in tlle
horsehair sofs
cess next the
side by a Dibit
album, and or
still frowned down upon by unrelenting
Great-grandfather, seeing the dozens of
antimacassars and tidies upon which
Biblical scones are worked in crewel ���
took men into another age with emotions such as all the skeleton, of the
ichthyosaurus and other antiques in tlie
Victoria Meineraitil Museum will never
call forth:
TO RENT
TO      RBNT        TWO      n^lNlsuKDl       B. C. MOTOR CO. EXCHANGE
rooms,   private   family,   to   couple  j-^o (franville. I'hone Sey. 8478.
without children;  bath    toilet    and[>*���,* __________���___________-_.
���electric light;    ohfr'   mijrate to car.
Apply liox 2191 News office.    121311
ASSIGNMENT SALE.
TO RENT- HOlISBKKKPINf; AND Tenders aro called for purrhuse of
furni8bed bedrooms. Apply 420 St. pool room business, stock and fixtures
(.oorse etreet. (218!) lal  Chllllwack.    There are three  pool
 ' 1 tallies, and one  Kngiish billiard  table
TO   KENT ��� FURNISHED   HOUSE- all iu first class condition.   Slock con
keeping  rooms.  $8 per inonth:   828 j gists of pipes and tobacco.   Hood Ibca-
	
Decrease in Building.
During July the decline in building
was mure accentuated than during any
i month    to    date    this    year,   snys    the
Financial Post.   The aggregate permits,
ns shown  in  the accompanying   table,
1 show   for  the   month  a  dei lease of  Bti
'per   cent.,   while    for    the   llrsl   seven
months the figures show s decrease of
S per cent, from the totals for the corresponding period of last year.        _ -
The record hy 1'rovineos shews tlmt
only the Maritime frnd Ontario cities
.hnwed  Hn   sggregate   incre-ise   during
to say you're a Canadian!
He   preaches  peace.     No   public  man
in   the   Dominion   preaches  more  kinds
of  peace,  or  hits  ut   war  with  so per
Buasive     blows.     Shrinking     neutral
blooded men   sometimes   preach peace
as   t'ie   voice   of   their   personal   bland
ness and timidity.    He probably hoi'
no-  far from formal Angell tlmt until
a  revised philosophy of   the  wasteful
ii,**<. nt' nil wars | ertneats   the   skulls
of Kuropean war lords.   Britain should
nor think of reducing her preparation!
by   a  simile Bhilling,      Forty   nr   more
years ago, Dr. Oi rdon, as n young uiiti
ister, waa becomii _- zealous in the cause
of civil and international pence.   When
the   cnll   caine   fit*   liritish   loyalists   t-
match their lives tigniu the crazy reh<
linn of Rlel. Gordon  marchod as ch:*
plain of tin liiith nf Winnipeg and ; I
The mild, but remarkably satisfying aroma of these
English favorites���their unusual richness and coolness,
is making them Canadian favorites as well.
Virginia leaves have never been blended so skilfully
or manufactured so carefully. They're ideal cigarettes
at the ideal price.   All dealers sell them.    Enjoy them
NAVY CUT
Koyal avenue.
(217.1
FURNISHED AND IINFURNISHEO
steam boated two room suites in
Hurr block, 411 Columbia str.-tt Enquire on premises. 121721
rCtUftSHED COMPI.ETK. Housekeeping rooms. $10 and $15 per
month at 224 Seventh street. (2163)
tlon.    Apply    ll   I- Whittaker,    can*
Kelly.  Douglas  Co..  Ltd..    New   West
minster, B.C. (2ii7i
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LOST.
J.OST LADY'S 7u)U> WATCH IN
itials 1 1... between It. C. Iv R.
depot. Third street or on Queens
park car. Howard ">10 Warren
avenue. CM031
LOST LEFT OCTOBER *i ON VAN
corner-Westminster interurban cur
or on car going to tair grotntfis
mink scarf. Return to this office
and receive five dollars reward.
(22021
H- Lots it nnd 88, Block t. Snh.dlvlsloi
,.f l.ot ;;'.'*-. croup 1, port Haney, in tin
District of New Westminster,
Whereas, proof of the loss of Ortlfloati
of Till,* Nuinli, r '.'.'is F. Issued In the nami
of  Alice  May   Dorman has been  filed  It
this office.
Nolle* ls hereby given thnt 1 shall, at
the expiration ot one month from tie* dnti
nf the flrsl publication hereor, In a dulls
newspaper published in the City of New
Westminster, Issue a duplicate of the sain
certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me In writing
J, C. OWYNN,
District Registrar ot Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westminster
DC,   13th  September,  1S13. i-_07S)
LOST LADY'S COLD WATCH. EN
graved on face of case. Finder re-
turn to 1420 Seventh avenne. Reward. (21C01
COLLECTIONS.
HAD DEBTS COLI.KCTEI. EVERY.
where. No collection, no charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Ag-
ency. SHfi Hastings street west. Vancouver,  H C. l-lli-i
CANADIAN  NORTHERN PACIFIC
RAILWAY
PURSUANT to Section  !���". Sub-section
1,   of   llie   British   Columbia   Hallway   Aet,
mil. nolle,- Is hereby given that there
has been deposited with the Registrar at
New- Westminster, a plan shewing pro
pused extension of Dock Spur from Road
N... 1*5 rn Canal Btreet, Mileage - a A. lo
MileiiK-* it' a. l.ulu Island Branch, and
under the powers given I" it I, stntntr*
the Canadian Northern Pacific Railway
 nnnny win take, and if necessary expropriate tl.e lands required for its rl-slit-
nf-wav.
T   11. WHIT...
(3130) Chief KiiKlne, r.
i Inly. An 87 per cent, advance niain
j tiy the two chief cities of the Mari
1 times and a 38 per cent, increase by
nineteen cities tif Ontario bespeaks a
substantial development in these provinces, whih' the remainder exhibit a
marked tendency to ease up. In Brit
ish Columbia cities the decrease for the
month was 77 per cent.; that I'or Bas
katchewan cities, Hi per cent.; Mani-j**1
toba, 51 per cent., and Alberta, 2:' per
cent. A decline of -I per cent, is regis
tered by (Quebec municipalities. No
ri*tiorts have been received from either
Itegina or Calgary, although all tin*
other large cities are represented in the
compilation. It is very probable that
both these cities fell far short of last
\ear's record, and 'hat thoir figures
would still further lower the percentages in their respective Provinces.
Pure Quill Canadian,
time   ago   Miss   Anna   Ascnath
AUCTION SALES.
''CRN-TUBE, STORE STt>CKS AND
tarm saleR conducted. Furniture
bought for cash. P. II. Hrown, 17
Uegble street. New Westminster.
12171)
RE    PEOPLE'S   TRUST   COMPANY.
LIMITED.
Sum
liawley, better known as "Tiie Medi
cine Woman" up mi the Indian reservation at Kort ti la Cornc, Sask., found
herself at a dinneV party, the occasion
being the "Deanery meeting" in a
Western town. Eight clergymen weie
round thnt festive hoard ��� not one Cun
adian. The subject, ''Shortage of Can
-.dian horn Clergy," was discussed; also
.he oreat difficulty in getting Canadian
women to (ill positions in board ng
schools for Indiana and to tnke up worn
ni Indian reservations, (ine of the
clergy Anally turned tu Miss Haw-lev
and asked. "When did yen comi
overt" "Thank goodness," says Mis.
llawloy, whose forbears were serving
the K,iij,ire when it was only a king
dom, and l<��� n-_; before it dreamed of lu
littie' or thoir reservations, "1 wns able
to  re; ly,  "1   d du t   '' come o\ er.''   I
was   inn ti   here, Ob! "  stud    tie
ml;,*   Irishman   present, "you  must  be
I te* j; leBI of hole *t.' '
e.l through a fairly drastic baptism <i
I buckshot and Winchester nm Ires.
. When he had thus tasted war he went
hack faithfully and with fuller know!
edge to nrsgnify the truths of "sc, k
peace and pursue it. "
With lir. Cordon's Canndianism
stalks a vigorous and intelligent tm
perialism, tiie sort of imperialism that
would smell as sweet under any other
name, coming down to him as it del
through his Pictou birth, his Winn,
peg rough-riding, his world-wide ,,li
rvation, anil    his    calm     reading  of
present day tendencies.    'I'he Iin
Cordon's   imperialism   bums   with
clear    strung    Qame���undemonstrative, 1
no doubt-- but yet it burns.
Dr. Gordon's biggest official battle
.���ami- wh.-n Queen _ sought permission
of tlie Presbyterian Oeneral Assembly
to untie Herself from the church's
domination. When the light got under I
way the opinion of Queen s besl friends ;
- 1, roughly, sixty per cent, to forty'
per cent, in favor of the step. Princl-
pal Cordon thrashed out the project on
-he lloor of the assembly at Montreal,
but it faded to gam u majority. Then
he carried it to the next g, noral assembly at Vancouver, loaded hia artil
lery with double primings and swept
the lloor clear ol' objectors in a speech
characterized liy remarkable case, g 1
humor, and earnestness. There never
was any doubt about the wisdom of
separation from that day down tu the
passing of the Federal Act.
DITCH DIGGERS
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones:  Office 53, Residence 429
JOHN HEII). Proprietor.
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Agents      Palmer      Ilrua.'   -Gnsnllne
Engines,   Marine   Engines   aud   Auto
���mobile Hi-pairs.
Office snd Works:  Tr-wt-h  St.
PAX Box 474.    New Weatmlnster, B.C
HERBERT.E VlDftL &C0,
s^c-/
,o��S25-A
STORAGE
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN that tl"
official liquidators of ihe above oompany
will, after twenty-one days from tie* date
hereof, proceed to open certain ii"i"isit
hoves iii in- vaults oi ti,.- said company,
nnii ss in tie- meantime tie- persons rent-
lint sueh boxes nam'* a 'hit-- uiul time on
which they propose io attend and take
��� >ut any documents or secuiittos deposited
in  BUCh  boxes.
After the Hnhl boxen have hern opened,
tie- owners of anv securities deposited In
hu1i1 Uenosii boxes may receive such securities ai ilu- office of the official llnul
iVitor" tin- Westminster Trust, Lltntti *t
situate at Westminster Trusl building,
N, w Westminster,  ll. C,
DATED this Oth (lay of October, A   It
WU.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON,
i 81S51 Ni w Westminster, ll  ''
Soli.-it..i* for Official Liquidator.
���I
md
p f
A Difficult Peat.
the  present  year Mont   Robson,
nil of the Canadian Ltockios,
highest peak in that magnifl
itit range, has only been conquered
*.v oue niiin, Ke\ . G. It. II. Kinney, of
die Canadian Alpine Club, who sue
���ceded tu reaching the summit of lhis
giant t oit iin,  111,700 feet abovo tiie
.en level, in the year li'10, but tins
fear,   in   1*01110*1*1.011   with   the   annual
lamp "f the Canadian Alpine Cluh in
Mom   Uobson   l'ark,   scleral    members
if tin-  camp,   under   tint   guidance   of
oi nd   K ,    the    bust,    of   the
guides ir, Canada, have placed to their
record   tbe   difficult   feat  of   reachin
the lummit of this peak.
Eoar Ran Away, Too.
Owing to dry weather and lack of
vegetaiiie nourishment, bears aro num
erous in Bomo sections of Ptontcnac,
1 Intario, :.:M tie y have I een causing
i.i eud 't [rouble to residents, Audrew
Craig, "t* Bnghtside, Imd u trilling ex
1 erience w it b a beur. < raig was nc-
ropipanicd !.;.��� his -log. lei' did no: have
his gun, fini when he went in search of
tw-- mili  cows hc  came across a  .-.!.,*
bear tit.l two ouba 111 the v, Is,   Seen
.ng  her 1 ubs up 11  tn ".  tin*  Dear   1   . ,,
a,, attack upon tbo dog, but tho latti
waa game 0 stood th,* attack u- long
as he could, then he and his master took
to their iie.le
Craig's toot caught just as he '..as
getting t,\,r tho fence, and the ,,,,g.
boar and man fell in a heap. Orri-g f, It
���lire :,tint:.it attack would oe 111:.ue on
the part 01' the bear, and had visions
of being torn to pieces, but to his surprise tlie I,ear, afier this tumble, took
10 her lo i!s nml nm back into the
woods tn look after her cubs.
BOILERS   Pivctcd Steel Pipes       TANKS
       BURN OIL	
fIND COFFINS   VULCAN IRON works, ltd.
P.  O.  BOX  44?
TELEPHONE   324
Work  on  Site of Old  Cemetery    and
Many   Human   Bones   Are
Turned  Up.
Montreal, Oct.. 7. -About on. dozen
coffins, ail containing human bones,
have been unearthed by workmen ex-
HE'G  SIMPLY  GONE,
Prisoner
SHERIFF'S  SALE.
Seattle   Jail   Just   Van
Ishes,
Seattle, Oct. 7. In Ihe city Jail Ihey
have a mystery. N'ot one of the A.
Conan Doyle nort, but a regular hon-
estto-goodiiess disappearance. Here's
tin  dope:
On October 'i. !���'.. Johanson was ar-
 ,, ,, .    ,.    .     . .,        t'n October -. i*., jonansan was ar-
cavatlng on Metcalfe Btreet near   the _._,���,, ,������,    ,_,.,.,, ,n aocuied ���,
���fiAPiu.r     nf 1. .'1   ' 1 1 ,.- t 1 - f       ftxf     ti      hull'      If .1 .
NAVIGABLE  WATERS PROTEC
TION ACT.
NOTICE IS HKKKBY CIVDN lhal the
Cnrporutlon of the ''Ity nt New '.Vest
minster tins deposited wiih il* ��� Minister
of rublie Works und In the offloo of the
U.-Blstr.ir of needs for the Dlstrlcl "f
Niw Westminster, liritish Columbia ���'
mul descriptions of pentrs lite* nf proposed Bapperton Sewer otitfsll 1 iuh-��1iik Brunette   Rlvi '    In   suld   district.
AND   N'lTH'K    IS   IICI 'HIV    I.IVKN
th.it ti orporatlon or *ii   Olty of New
Westminster will after ������ ������ month from
the flrsl publication of It noilce apply
to tie* iiiivcrimr Genera, I. Council for
approv;,! .,f such works.
DATl_11 ul New Westminster, B. C, this
27th dav of Septemher. 11113.
McQlfAltltll-;.   MARTIN St  CASSIHY.
Bollcltors   for   the   Corporation   of   the
���Citv nt New Westminster.
C!141l
Oood Milk Yields.
Twenty six  cows   on   the Vermillion.
.M'n., demonstration   farm  yielded  ,'iu,-
29fl Ibs, "f milk  during oue month, au
iveruge per cow of 1,165.2 lbs. Twenty
Iwo  cows  on   the Olds  farm   produced
24,012   lbs.,   with   aa   average  of   1,13a
lbs.  per row.    The  highest  record   was
liy   tin*  cow   Alma,   on   the   Vermillion
I farm,   which   produced  over  seventeen
I hundred    pounds    during    tin-    month.
Some of tin* cows have heen milking six
' Dr Seven  mouths Continuously
Cil ou Manlt.oulln.
Keen  interest   ia  being  taken  in  the
Swiss 1 develop nt of the Manltoulin oil lields
by s-'ii-itor 1'otrer ami representatives
from nil tie chief centres on the Island
assembled the other day nt (Ireen Bay
to witness the shooting of some of the
' wells.
A   I'etrolea expert wns on hand, nntl
j a fuse was  lighted, and a sharp shock
jwns felt  uiul  the earth  trembled,  from
tne mouth of the pipe a greyish liquid
Shot  Into the air to a height of about
eighty  feet   and   fell gracefully   to   tiie
ground.   This whs followed Immediately
by   a  seroiid  gusn   of  a  watery   liquid
which ascended to t. height of'about 0
'hundreil  feet.     About  fifteen quarts of
'nitro glycerine   wero   used   in   shooting 1
tbo well.
corner of Dorchester, for a new wa
tT main. Thc property was once used
as the Catholic cemetery, and It is
expected that before the work has
heen completed nearly as many more
decayed enfflns Will be discovered
Ai Italian laborer nicking at the
earth about four fei t from the surface
��� 1 *tterdav afternoon struck a box,
tearing II open. Out rolled a human
skui:. Thoroughly frightened, he and
several of his companions   shrieked
and cla inhered oul of Ihe drain. When
lhey paw there was nothing very ser-
toiisly wrong thev resumed work and
unearthed four coffins in the course of
a few hours. Th" cofrins fell tn bits
when lifted and the bones were gathered' nut in a box and sent to the
moreiie.
"What are you |?oinB. lo do wlltl
them?" Coroner McMahon was askul
today.
���'H"-v Do-, at Cote des Nelges,"
war, the reply.
Merc   Are   FcunH.
\i'i,o>i o- -rk was resumed more bo'--
es were struck and pulled up. In one
s,,"ti,.n   tt   the   drain,   almost   at   tl.e
havlhK stolen the carpet from his
room In lhe Veiiiloine hotel. 11,15
Plrst avenue. Three shots were fired
In the direction of Johnnsen nnd the
disappearing   carpet   before     he     wus
halted     T'i"  prisoner was regularly
booked and b dn d in n cell.
This morning the noilce had oecs
slon to take an Inventory of the jell
KtieHts .lohati'en was inls:-*ine No
tars had been sawed, no powerful ov
plosive bad been used, hul the cell was
empty. .tohatiReii was simply gone and
verv much gone. He hasn't, been round
up to date.
For Clor-r Union.
Madrid, Oct. 7. President Raymond
Polncalre of Prance arrived here today and a brilliant series of fetes bna
been arranged In his honor. In view
of the great work in which Franco and
iKpaln nre jointly embarking In Africa.
tthe growing movement In favor of a
closer pol'tienl relationship attaches to
i thn president's visit.
In tie- Supreme Courl  of British ''oliun-
1,1.1
Between  iMltn  M.  Kinney,  Plaintiff, and
������iii. ti E  Kinney, Defendanl
Pursuant '<��� un onl, t ,,r Mi Justice
Murphy, I will orr, r for s.,i���. :,i mv ,,f-
flce.  dourt   Hous,-,   N.w   Westminster   on
��� Wednesday the *-tii day of Octnts r, I��I3.
at eleven o'clock in  tie- forenoon
"1 it oft saw arbor, two 'n:  t ,,ff
siws, three I. ism A- Burpee shingle machines, on- No, 8, llunoli.lt nutqtt it * hW
s-'iioni, i*. on It.mil summer, one litis,
Si.'iiiwoeit Qnmbls engine, litre* o. ,.u
pumps, on,' is,n boiler, one 18x1-8 boiler,
Hi", ��hlnifl- packing frinius, shafting,
pulleys, hefting, etc, one s.iw mill carriage
wlin pinned truck, one B-ln tn** arbor,
vttli v.:-ln saw, uiul ulso ull other hoo,is,
chattels, buildings, plant, nnd m ������..���������v
mow* lu nnd upon tli,. premises ,,r it-i s, r-
ii'ii'u" Lumber Pompnn) Township ���;..
road, in ihe Municipality of Sot-, Rome
-,f tlie nhove ru tleh t hai e been then tl 1
tlm,   mul   in,*.*   p irehaser   must   t ,i<..   ,u.
teim* In ih,* condition In which  "���*	
now In The articles may 1,1 Inspected he-
'-,re sale to any proposed purchaser, on
!',-   *,i���,\.  ,1,-, rlhed premises
The above will  i���>  n���ii] subject  to the
" '��� test   of   Rudney   Sutherland   Malcolm.
*    assignee  or  the  Rerpenllne  Lumber
��� I'.-....iiii\
1    Ti mis of sale     ' 'nsh.
New Westminster, Oct 1st. isit
T   .1. ATIM8TRONO
Sheriff.
HOTEL FOR SALE.
corner of Dorchester street, there wus
a cluster of coffins wlllch anpeared to,
have been all put. In together. Thej Under nnd by virtue of a l.lstrpss
one deepest down was not mom th"i Warrant and a Warrant under n Clint
four feet from the surface of tbe tei Mortgage, to me directed and de
street. One of thn coffins wis that of Hvered, l have seized and will otter
a small child. When opened only the ; ror gale bv public auction on Tues-
little skull and a few small bones re-1 rtnVi ������, -,,, ,)llv ���r n,,,���t, vm ,
maitied.    lhe other matter looked like ,,  ���._,���-,.     ,���  ���,_  ,���-,.���,������,    ���,    ,,,.
'""'"' "���'*"':' premlMs of the King's Hote', Colum
bla Street. New Wesiminster.
All bedroom and dln'ng room fe--ii
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
I. W. W.'sat Work.
Beattle, Oct.    7.    Thirty-two    Iteds,
] found  guilty   lasl   Thursday  and   Frl-
tla> of contempt uf court nnd fined by
Judge Humphries, have been taken to
the county stockade north of liallurd
j to nerve out tbelr fines,
Wr-oT-ien in Convention.
York. Neb,, Oct. ",.- With the presl
dont of the general federation, Mrs.
Percy V I'eiinypacker, as tbelr guest,
the members of the Nebraska Federa-
1 tlnn of Women's Clubs gathered here
yesterday for their eighteenth annual
convention. The sessions will lust
through the week.
There was no possibility of Idciitl-
fvlnc anv of the h-mos. The coffins
appeared to be Utile more than
rough boxes.    There were no nlal.es.
The district where the cofflnt were
found was once the Dominion SdUfre
cemetery, nrnbablv the oldesl on Ihe
Island nf Montreal, When th's :������;���������
abandoned as a cemetery it was
thought. Hint all the bodies had been
removed,  bnt  evidently  thosi
yesterday nnd  today
looked.
had   been  over
ture, linen, crockery, glassware
and bnr llxtitres of the King's
Situated on Columbia Slreet,
Westminster, B.C,
Tbe nbovo  w.ll  be sold us a
concern.
,���.,.,,      Terms   nf sale,   oasb,   For   further
found Particulars apply tn
<    t   e
II    lei
ng
(2154)
T. J. All.MSTHO*'
Sheriff,
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10 a. m., 2 p. m. and
T caves Vancouver for Seattle 10 a. m. and 11 p. m.
1-caves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for
Prince Rupert and Northern
Points 10 p. m. Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 11 p. m.
'������'���. (.nun i*:*.*   �����,���,   N,w Westminster
ft W. Wli.LilK. U. P. A.. Vanoouver.    ' >' '��� , J _    *i fi
. Pi
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mm iiimiiiiiiuhiX
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
!��*������
b
ORDER OP BT. JOHN.
Wblch   Was   Conferred   Upon
Canadians ths Other Day.
**-*       if Ht. John of .TcruHiiiert
in  Jerusalem   und   Arr-t
Tbe Ord
had   its origin
us
MEBPLET TIIE PRINTER.
Three Montreal's   Pioneer   Publisher  Was a
^^^^   Stormy Petrel
There lire three separate nnd distinct
ititrodiieti
md its origin ���, Jerusalem and Acr. bltrodustluM .if the art of minting into
us a, .��� eriialioatil lay eoafraternil, ,.���-,���,��� Ka,.h ��������� ,��� lvlll',lv ,^ftti
for the relief ol crusaders.    In  WUKth.  n,.,,|,, ������,,, Jbersfors, Catering tfi dilT, r
.      I Vr/?1''' ' ".T,-V""1 "''"' "'" ebistesof ,he population and differ-
"   "  '   '" 'r ' ".'"" "��"''''��':"- ������.  sections of the ,'o,������rv.
At'ti-r Ltfl I'ljuilHion from Mtiltii, tvlin)
I _ti  now knows U thi* tiriunl   I'riory of
j tbo   Onler of   Ht. John   of   *
I in Bnglftnd wu roooistltutod
line i i'li t g&tfl Ihmiho in C|
K.ij;l;iinl, innl whnt rminin
ft,.ri��'nt  priory of Ht, John, U
oor/i    A royal ohnrtoi1  ..i
thu rftOOUtltutod Hritii.li
by Qnoon Vlctofta, und tli.  ��
priori wors King Kdward VII
proton
Walm
witn idi
rkonwoll
of       till
ns [ti ehan
������ graiited ti
rdt-r in iss**
llrnt grand
nml  tin
tlm   in fin
in -t   Anmricnn   in-v. -
i    B oi ton,    Miihh., to
BrltUb   cities nt
I     o|
irdei
t  lovoroign,   wliili'   I
Thi* Murk of th
coniiil  in t in' mnt roi
A ihImiIh mt'    AjMClfll ion
and of tba BrltUb *
titl of JiriiHulcm. ^^^^^^^^^^^
Tin' badgfl ll n Miilt.'m* itohh Of *vhit*
OHMMIi With u gold or itivor lion nnt
U0VO1 n, in alt it nut* ;. ii/I i'��, with t
blaob  watired  ribbofl.     Tin1   order   ii
OJll'll    to    liotll    HI'UN,    Imt       i
Invrrilmi't*,     mul     ii    dffQOt
nitiala.
nt  lOCttom of tbl country
Tin' introduction tlmt boldl flrnt pUc8
��� ���--���*���   --  mi point Of time im tbat of  1Tr# 1. when
Jiruialeoj Bartb^lomaw  Orion,  ion  cf
who   print.id   tli"
no por, went    fron
lliilifin,   N.H--li..th^^^^^^^^^
thut  time    nnd  Ml    ID I  printing PfiH
In    tiie   recently     >undod   capita)  of
NOV!  Hroliu.     Or MS   i.ii-d   within   u   fi'W
non thi aftar hit Doming to Halifax, bnt
ii* placi In tba community wai takon
by  John   Buiblll,   Who,  in   Miirrli,   1708,
Mgan   to  publi*i!i   the   llulifi
tba fi���t to wipapar print
Tin' locood   introauatlo
twalva yi-.tm Inter, ulu-ri.
linn of Hrown nnd (iilrmir
plnii, Mill n BrltUb eity,
DOI and OpOOOd n printing
M Inch produced fnr th*- U*
oiHe.nl Oaxotta and otbai
ter, nil of which were ptlblUbl
two langoagM- TbU won only f-
a fur the capture of Hub.
I  Until!	
of   St.   John
und   Blind
Ophtlinlinic   Hun)
oflfori
td   by
Ml
Coming In.
The Ontnrio (io% iTiiment  in Mfift��nf
natorlaUjf In tba aolntlon of tba hit
\iilt   i;irl   problem   in   tbl   Province.     A
b<>ut    loud   of    Highland    liiHHii'M    wit I
f. <��� ii clow log oountonanooi nnd wear
log   Bprlgl   Of   hi'iither   in   their  button
bo J.'i    ronebod    Toronto     recently     01
��� dlroot route fron the old Land,   is.-
fi r<-  the day  wnn done O&ofa   hnd  fonm
tt   placi,   tint)   inuny     who    hnd    lough.
their oervicoi wen- loft disappointed.
An it was, oona of thi- aowoonen
go to   all    tha   tjoartofi   of   Ontario
Korm* aniwerod tne cnll in pUcOfl uf
fnr ur-t ni .snriiiu, umj others ne
coptod poaltloni which hnd
waiting ui rotation for wooki pool
Tka   colonisation   dapartnoni   of
' r.i. ��������   ���.*.. 'it    i litim    thnt    it    in
lib la t" latiify   tha   demand   f>-r
ooni  >���( tbo lupnlile  und  healthy
which  are  being   periodically
out
Mr< :,'';���>  t) ii no mm or 3,600 dont iti<
bave   been   Introduood    to    Proi In  ial
bouaoboldi tbroogfa tbe nedinn of tbt
department  nnd Superintendent   II     \
UaeDonnt ll   ta   preparing    foi    bo
large eont Ingonti > at to i one,
11.. t if. wbo arrived tbe other day
eame vil - - -Lot it iu nnd tbe 0.T.B
The majority of them bora charactei
taatiaaoniali nnd ull are incceufullj
j auod mi illcal lamination.
luctloni   of   printing
aoti in eonperia
i-'renrh
to the
bei
>ai
th��
Inpoi
per
. tyr*
bronchi
Many Brave Ueedi.
Of women'i brnve   fi-iit*   of endur
anoa la the Weatarn furmmg country
there nrr nnnoeoin Inatanaaa,   Ono ol
tlie fimt uttlon in the bush country of
Weetam  Alberta fell riak  with  pnen
inwiiiu.     Hi*  wife took  cure of  him   ull
through ii long winter, not another oovJ
Within reach, nnd meunwhile kept tht
larder inpp lad with puna ibi ihot with
her own niie, One night i lym aame
t'i  tbo bttie   clearing   In  which  their
aback Itood, nnd tho lani unerring nttc
brOOgbt lum down.
\  Oettler  in the  northern  pnrt  of the
���ane prorineo went  la tba Biat  week
of   March   tO   Kdmonton,   tO   get   u   new
Mipplv of provUiona, leaving hot   wif��*
alone   with   fuur  children.     He  wnn  do
lu>'��'d, uud  for t��v��r **.   mouth  th*'  lose
.mm b��M ����� bar i����-t, with the little
I   mr\ of prorfaloni groyrlag du ly  tee*,
1 int.I wht* und   hor  children  were ��u   the
verge of   itarvattoo.    Two timber In
poo. torn at length found them, reduced
to M'tv nenr the luM eitr��ynH\. and
through   their   effort*   they   were   taken
ture of, barely In time.
Uaaetl
Canada.
took   pluce
in    1764,   the
of Pbtladel
tune   to  Qm
itablUfanent
ernment the
official net ���
in tba
ur yean
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ nnd only u
yenr nfter tin. signing of the Trinity "f
Parii which finally tadad Canada to the
BrltUb Crown.
Theae   tw o   Intr
nre commonplu'e      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
with the third introduction, which took
placi m  177'��, nt  Montreal during the
wnr of the Americnn Revolution, and
aus nouiewhtit n wnr memtiire, tnke f r
the ptirpOM <-f turning tlie
Canadianl from their ulleginuce
HritiHh CrOD n.
Pint homcthing about the ently
career of   the remarkable mun   wboie
printing prMOM were the Ii ri-1 thut ever
rattled und clanked in the eonunorclal
netropolli of Canada.
Floury Ueiplet wai born nbout tbi
year I78fi in tbo city of Lyona, Prance,
where,   nfter   receiving   u   good   COnUOO
education, be learned nnd follow 3d
for n few yeiir-, tlie printer'i trade, it
wai than that be became laturated
with republican Idem wfa'.oh nnny
were coning to tli ink weri a cure ull
for the evlli of mir^-'. eriiuient then
weighing bearily upon Frrcee, Ue
aleo became an opi a free thinker, nnd
tbU nnbeltef clang to him for mat;
yean afterward*!.
Arriving at Mont reni, Moaplet and
hU wife und employeei put up nl n
tavern, where tbey remained eleven
dayi. On Mnv |8tb, thev were in leaied
i prenliea ready for boofniaii
And  now   the  mlielOJ on which   Mf
plot    wai    enffaaed
Fran
nkli
ido
Open Northern River?.
Certain rivan tn northern Ontario
have become clogged np with driftwood
dunug tbelr long hmtoriei of unnae<
fnlneaa nud the Ontario Department
i��f Coloniaation Roadi hnt�� n propoeirion
under  ConiidetntlOa   f"r   opening   them.
Mr. G. W. Bennett. Boperintendont of
tlmt department-; leavea to-morrow to
inveatigata   the   poaaibilitiea of  navi
tnt oui    through    thp    Driftwood    and
Alount   Joy    Kiver*,    connecting     l.nke
Abittibi  with other  wuterwuyt* running | tinned
���OUtb     through      tlie     (tettied    diltriatl        "   *"
around Tor.-ipine und Cochrane witn
the purpOM OX opening n new line of
navigation for the pulp wood in the
Abittibi dUtrict to the new pulp mtlll
under - oust m, tiou at troquoU >hIU,
near Porcupine.
igaged   came   to   nought.
^^^^^^ d \ni fellow coinmicior;er��
failed to ntir up the French Canadian!
againat tba loyaliete' eaoae. Mont
gomery hnd been kUu-d before the
Willi of Quebec.
II tM most ambitioni undertaking wnn
i journal devoted to commercial newa
nnd Literary oabieeta, uud the oeloetion
of  hill  nOWl  editor  brought   him  uuder
the evil  influence of  Vhlantin Jnnturd.
n lawyer by prof taaion, who hnd oni
to Canada from Pranee.
Menpb't,   before   beginning   the   pnb'���
cation  of  hi��  paper,  engaged   not   to  in   I
Mrt m it nnything ofTenaive to the gov
ernment or the church
The editor, J ant ard, soon violated i n
pronwue.    In Bept ��mber, Sir Gttj  I arle
ton, the 'i'tvernur Oen   rat, ordered Moi
(plot   nnd   hi.H   editor,   Jl n.l ard.   to   laat I
the province, but, owing to petition! on
their behalf, nnd tbe rapreeettation
that Moat real needed n printer, the
wnler of    banUhment    wnn inapeoded,
upon MeHplet and hm naJOtrtltl taking
tee oath of iliegianee, and promising
to nubmit in future all urtielea to a government censor, which cilice fell Into
abeyanoa.
.Tantnrd  further begun to attack  the
^^^^^      digued artlclee publiehed la
this pnper. (Jne judgi , nsked the government at Quebec, to protect the courts
from nuch attack!. This brought mat
ters to a head, und the two men were
arrested and taken to the military
prison nt  (Quebec.
Ksruping from prison with ihe connivance of the authorities, Mesplet returned tO Montreal, and resumed his
printing, but financial troibleg con-
to dog hL footltepe. nnd his
printing plant WM seized und sold for
debt, lie afterwards leased it aud went
on with his business-
After u troubled career, Meiplet died
on Junuary 24, I7v4, aged ubout 00
years.
Another Tragedy.
When the people assemble on the bat-
tletield of liirysler's Fata this month
to commemorate  a  great   tragedy   they
will   witness   some   of   the   tragedy   m
eonneetion with farm life in Omario to
day for on the second tiny of the eele
bration,  August  -*, a  farm containing
S7C ncres and comprising about n third
*-f the tattle ground will be offered f��r
sule by public auction.    The owner, be
cause of scarcity  of  labor,  feels  com
polled  to give up what   is one  of  the
Utteit   farm!   in   Kastern   Ontnrio.     On
this  furm,  with   its  fine  residence  and
spUudid   OUtbulldinge,    the    Chrysler 'l
Farm monument stands.    The owner of
the  farm  will  leave Ontnrio and  take
up u homeHteud in the West.
THE GREAT
Goin g-Out-of - Busmess
SALE OF
11 f AttS' f RE HOUSE
OPPOSITE CARNEGIE LIBRARY
IS THE I [TALK OF THE TOWN
And it is deserving of all the talk you can give it.
Such values have never before been offered. Just
think of buying Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Baby
Carriages and Linoleums of the highest quality
far below manufacturer's cost. That's all this
sale means.
1-2 to 1-3 Off Regular Prices
A SALE THAT HAS ATTRACTED SHREWD
SHOPPERS FOR MILES AROUND.   ALL
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
*��� --��� -s^ "*g*t^*_ra * <*v
THE RED TAG ON ALL MERCHANDISE TELLSWHAT YOU SAVE
* j    _i- -\.Tr**~.r*n.fti.*rtrx\t Qfa iir���rYnrtariT.or    at. t.Vlft TlCTVfe
* * **** ***.*m.*am-r     a. a *-*���*__.   -v ��� -.   ��� -.- ..        -
Some of the furniture merchants here and at Vancouver are wondering at the nerve
we've got to sell furniture so cheap.   Any wonder?   We're simply forced to it-got an
awful big stock and we are making an awful big cut.   Just a short time more and we
say GOOD-BYE.   You'll notice we don't quote prices.   Why?   Come down and see.
We don't have to tell an untruth to sell these goods.
W. E. Fales' Furniture Store, New Westminster, lSB^^Bj^^31^^
 ntma. ^r* rutDr.c Tn niJT.OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS
���  u| miui v    ���_/�����*#�����*����   ******      --  --
GOODS PACKFD AND <��.PPTD FREE OF CHARGE TO OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMED
BUILDING SLUMPS
IN EffEIE EAST
I four tnindra-4
far a*******, ma*Ina i
mat .iniiiltr *t oue
in* aad aUtty-aeYtn, a
tiny    tSoltttrm
Intrttthrr m
.j tl-M-HM-UM-.
and  J<��-1*-
PermlU in Toronto for September 45 beef on lhe  American table, at
! until the present shortage can be over*
__.     .      o.._,__vikii����*n M "Wiitenvorku Extension Deben-1 of    twel����
u Ben...* Beef [municipalities    throughout     German>   ^^,.laK-. ,���.. No. , ������ Itigxl
Mutton   to   RepUee   Beet. | m, *" f      th     gcanty   supply       Asi, WHEREAS the corporation by^thel total
Kansas  City.   Mo..    Oct.     i��� Sheep ; are  competing ior  nie '        Th. U_.id bylaw authoriied the issue of deben-
raEng on  lhe semi-arid  lands of the , of mesothorlum already produced. The �� . **gmg **��r-mr-""�������-1 Xe '^"4..
wesllor   the  next  two   ,**Xt.to r�� L^  counclle  ot Berlin  and M**l*i*h -J**^ <^����, -���-*^E$ ^r'SSS
lieve the shortage in beef Is the pre- d ,55 000 for the pur- ��� n!(.ri.at ,it itle nltt ot fourmnd ��"%tb' 3��d and ww��- ~T__-.'.A. ".ii"fTS*
dlcilon made by  Prof. W. T. Carlyte.  gw amp�� 1 c ^a^ogl- i <4   , ,,   *.,  c-atms1 p.-r -?����� ^^   <��--.'^h__'?iir" "^
:^^^:,n>.S0,���:c^!!a.��j��-pulsed^awfeffi^JSa*___5___i "a^^MS^--^
Cai.vie   believes,   soon    ma
T. Carlyie, have each voted jba.uuu iu< ���,.- ,,.,. ,,,.,,,_, ,, .... ,..tl, ��� ,__
of the Uni-: chase of it. The public gynaecologl-,, 4 t.>, p,., oentum per aiurum ii
Professor cal hospital at Jena purchased one or I half-yearly on tlie first day of Jn
ay replace: two milligrams for |7500. SmalT������� "�� "2L*^A^ *��*_ta-Ma ys
le. at least'amounts of mesothorium have beenL.*���S^gg*8.*f^t*Tah^t'
.   1...  1 ntnzir- and  Essen,    and   WesttahMtei   did with  the asKnt e
land  la
Per Cent. Less Than a Year
Ago.
iconic.
WOMAN POLICE OFFICER
WOULD HELP  MORALS
"least I amounts of mesothorium have    been |0_'^r(J_5����3on'fi~tta c.ty' of    New 1 ��*i�� .--_-���- tke '**Sm*Sam*v
obtained  by Lelpsic and  Essen,    and   Wesunlnotei   did with  the assent of  the  ai'oordiair to Use    last    assessment    ���*r
public subscriptions have been opened   ejectors on  (he ihlrd day  of July,   I-i.-.  ���*. to *****��*-*_ nUlllons. on.-  hnn-
...     ""' ,' v     *'   ,       *: . r���,_���    finally pass Inlaw No   15*'   _eln�� a bvl.iw   <Jn-<! armt  firty-*��e����i thousand, nine ban-,
at    Mannheim,    OrtMUhe -*M   0lM   tHwilgSe BiSSj <S��Sl% *t��5t? dred -end forty AHIar. (117.157.940).
where to secure some of the new ele- [���( New Westminster to raise by tern thel    TrfE   MUNICIPAL.   COUNCIL, of   tbe-
ment.    A  la^ge fund haB been raised I sum  of  one  hundred    thousand    dollars | eor|K**at_t��n of tb. niy of New Weattuio-
Hesearch    Institute   (������".��"��.> for the>pur^hofn��rantin��ithe I ster ��-���-.
Tottght With huahttoa*.
John' Wilkinson, 103 JWJ 0\i( ��^
at tbo Koyal MexsadraHospialinEd.
Ronton recently from -W^*,, two
enti   wUc��   ?��.* York    now   Toronto.
77 years and a son for SO.^ ��'" ���'""
Io�� died last yeaf ��t the age of 7��.
Taking ��o�� MM* ���"*���
..        Tn th* rath of Tiiltow  'rom
th^*:* &r�� bjsKs
HBd Dog Ukos ar. M���*% uk$
in?.taLM A?  a^mtfto   restrict
��� vjss- saw- wh r��u-
ed out by wholesale.
Daageroii liondon.
U��don street. ar��gBgfiffgZZ
Ber0"^y.^ t.�� ieW lnPtramo
were killed ����n '*��� _J����,B ,roa. Last
re.pwtiv.ly.
re�� Planted In Northport ���tre.me
Fry pianwa ������ ���Ten cans
tbe twlone *���***-**
More Bison Found.
Three distinct herds of wild buffalo
have been located west of the Slave
Hiver, on the extreme northern boundary of Alberta, by a party of cruisers
under the direction of A. J. Bell, ([ov-
ernment agent at Fort Smith, sent out
by the Dominion forestry department.
Pierre Squirrel, chief of a tribe of
northern Indians, who was guide for
jthe l-urty, estimates there are fully SOU
animals in the herds.
Thc buffalo resemble the American
bison, from which they descended, but
life n the billy regions has made them
more anile and fleeter of foot. They
travel in twos and threes in the sum
mer, herding togetuer in ,' " winter for
protection against tbe timber wolf,
their natural vaemr. It is am mnced
here that tbe government will take
steps at one. to prevent the eitermina-
tion of the herds by hunters and further protect tbe animals by increasing
thr wolf bounty.
Harry V. Radford, an explorer, discovered a berd in tbe north two years
ago.
mmmmmmMmm_^m_^mmmm^^_^^_ j by "the Hamburg   Research    uniim. j���'^J^ "^5, ,;;;���-,;;:;���,:;;:��� ,���
Toronto,    Oct.    7. -The    inonth    of 1    ��� _ ���       _      : i for the same purpose. I addition   to  the  sum  of   thirtv  thousand
,, ,    , '    Kllensburg.  Wash.,  Oct.  7���A  petl- praf   Hahn the Man. [dollars   (130,000)   Krani.nl  under "Hos-pl-
SoptelUber was not a satisfactory one..       .      the annolntmeni of a woman we men. Debenture Bylaw. 1909." the suid by-
.��� mp* of building permits issued | X^ofllcer"^.'''^p.esenttdToTe j ^C^ent "whl'ch SSfcT^\&.S1!S^ " EBMySs��
from the Toronto city architect's of-, council the night of October 20. Mean- Dr N,, . FlnBen'B discovery of thej AND WHEREAS the corporation by the
flee.    The  final  figures of value    of  while a committee of three *"�� ����>��� i ��� ht d    ft     h|      the vlolet ������:���� bylaw authorised the tesue^deben-
,���rk commenced during   the    month  ^TU^ J5t*tt    >   S * ^ ����� he ^^SASSTA
wlll not exceed  ���1,600,000,    as       *****t^..r      ���,   v.J "   ****
In   September,
���    0f while a committee of three will gatn-ir... _, .,,��� ,,.,   ,_��� ,.���,,
�� Ier data from other cities and arouse >M*SSS^K^_5_,*^*^_r��S^��rKIIJS'??I0,."1* "VKr����1
10nth  loctl   nuhlic  onlnlon     At    a    recent wlth which he has treated dleease, the sand dollars (MOO.ooi
*ioti   puDiic opmon.    ai    a    recent dlgcovery of varioUS   Roentgen   rays  the first day of July, 1
com- .meeting   called   by   the   Associated "'ath_n r��dium "with its wonderful'terest at the rate of
nber,;Charities, a committee from the Fed- !"'!���i���.enJS,   i?' ������,*L.i   i.TSI.',1'1'  **T c,'n_um '
iff of   erated   Women's clubs  and  other*    it h,Bt��ry    Still    Incomplete, it  is  found i half-yearly  on   the   rii
.rr or crated womens clubs wid others   "|thBt mesothortum was discovered by and the first day of j'
...-.   rnnmni   trials  In I ������,   Ulhn ol M_ '        AND WHEREAS tt
-inr   ,he   eornoration   of
Lady Etrtlyn's Toronto Shop.
Lady Evelyn Ward, since her return
to England, has bean staying in London wltb h.r brother-in-law aad sister,
Lord nad Lady Huge Orosvenor. On
her arrival ia Canada Lady Evelyn
started a shop in Toronto for the sale
of blouses, etc., which Is said to bave
been a great success. She will spend
August in Ireland with b.r parents, tbe
Earl and Countess of Erne, at Crom
| Castle, aad will latsr in th. autumn rejoin her husband, the Hon. Gerald
Ward, In Canada.
Bison for Dublin.
Two fine apMim.as of buffalo from
th. famous hard at Wainwright Park,
which th. Dominion Government haa
presented to th. Dublin Zoological
Garden., w.r. shipped on board the
Inishowenhead, whieh .ailed from
Uontreal for Dublin tb. other day.
pared   with   $2,922,563   ...
1912.    ThlB represents a falling off of erated  womens viuo. ......	
approximately 45 per cent, in building was pointed out that recent trials In
activity. The exact figures were not i the superior court had conclusively
available at the city hull last night. < shown that boys and girls under age
but at the time the office was closed were leading lives that are a disgrace
permits had been recorded aggregat-, to the community,
ing $1,567,218 In value. The slump,: It was argued that a woman police
as compared with August this year, i officer could enforce the curfew ordl-
was about 50 per cent., the (otal value * nance, attend the theatres and public
of permits for the previous month hav- \ dances and In other ways assist in
Ing been $3,175,450. ��� handling the problem.     She    would
Statistics for the year to date are.hsve the power of arrest, but in most
much more promising. Permits to the ���. cses It Is believed thst the woman
value or $2.1,898,842 were Issued in : officer could by a visit to the parents
the first nine months of 1913, while I of the offending girls nnd boys con-
In tlie same period of last yenr the i vince them ot the conditions and call
total amounted only to $22,240,383. The a halt.
growth Is largely accounted for by the ^^^^^���^���^B
several large pieces of construction
which were commenced early this
year. Including the Canadian Pacific
freight offices In King street west,
and thc new Dominion bank building.
The total value of permits Issued In
the whole of last year was $27,401,761.
so that approximately $3,600,000 will
be required In the coming three
months to equal that record.
that mesothorium
Prof. Hahn of Berlin.
For some time a company engaged
tn tbe mnnufacture of incandescent
gas mantles bas been experimenting
with osmium, wolfram, thorium and
other substances, among which was a
certain monaclte sand from South
America. In the waste products ot
this Prof. Hahn found traces of a
radioactive substance which he   haa
said bylaw aimior-.-_.-u me ww ��	
tures to the amount of one hundred thou
sand dollars ($100,000) to be payable on
the first day of July, 1��S2. and to bear In-
^^^^^^^^t four and one-half
i per annum, payable
first day of January
ul tne tirsi ou* _*.' July ln each year.
AND WHEREAS the municipal council
of the corporation of the city ot New-
Westminster with the assent of the electors did on the third day ot July, 1012,
finally pass bylaw No. 163, being a bylaw
to enable the municipal councll of the
corporation of the city of New Westminster to raise by loan the sum of twenty-
five thousand dollars 1125.000) for the
purpose of improving the city parks, being
known as "Parks Improvement Debenture Bylaw. 1812."
ANO WHEREAS the corporation of the
.    _. ���    T*T-.,n.ln.,mr   iiuthortsed   th.
radioactive substance which,M^n-     and J^^fi^ffiEHM- Se
now named mesothorinm    ^��"*������ fiXo of debenture, to the amount   ��f
Hunters G.t Good Bag.
Spokane, Oct. 7.���W. A. Hebbard,
Harry Parks and J. T. Little returned
last night trom a hunting trip southwest ot Medical lake. They secured
a number ot quail, grouse and prairie
"chickens.
LEFT POR THEATRC; FOUND
DEAD IN THE 8TREET
Montreal, Oct. 7.���The body of a
man waa found by Constable Robl-
tallle of No. 6 pollce station this
morning at 5 o'clock ln front ot 28 St.
ITrbaln street. The man wore a black
mustache and was about 41 years old.
The body wa* taken to the morgue,
where it wn* found tlie clothing con-
talned nothing that oould lead to an
Identification. The pockets contained
prayer beads, a gin flask and keys nnd
a nlpe. Bv t o'clock tnnulrles at the
pollc station revealed the fact that
Gustave Charon of 392c Gertrude
street, was missing, and Romeo
Tremblay, a nephew of the missing
man, went to the morgue and Identified the bodv found In SL Urbatn
street as that ot ht* uncle.
Tremblay said that Charon was a
decorator, nnd had lived at hi* home,
and that he had left after supper last
night to go to a theatre, and trom
that time had not been seen. Coroner
McMahnn pronounced a verdict of
death .from natural cause* without
holding an inquest.
CHEER FOR VICTORS
OF DREAD CANCER
Use ef M*��othorlum, a Nnw Element,
Shew*  Some   Startling
R .suits.
l.ondon, Oct 7.���Brief dispatches
trom Germany during the last few
day* do not appear to have done Justice to the new treatment of cancer
by an element called mesothorium.
which ls being eagerly discussed in tha
German medical world. Details now
available prove that even if a enr* tor
cancer haa not been found, at laut a
substitute tor radium haa been dtt<
covered which I* far cheaper than that
costly element and also much mora
  *- " *- -�����������al�� ut.
waste mounds of this sand had accumulated in the neighborhood of Ber
Itn and the oompany hastened to buy
It back. The medical value ot the discovery was soon realised, and three
gynaecological specialists, Profs.
Kroenlg, Freiburg and Bumm. of Berlin and Doderleln of Munich Immediately employed it In the treatment ot
forms nf cancer to which women are
especially liable.
Astonishing Result* Obtained.
Up to the present trom 100 to 160
wses have been treated with the new
element wtth astonishing resulta. After the treatment and generally within a few daya tha outward sign ot
I cancer disappear, the pain cease* and
the genernl health improve*, while a
microscopic examination, whan the
part* affected can be reached that
wav, generally (how* that Umi* Is no
trace of the disease left
M _.-_.,..     ...      ������	
.ousts aa follows:      ^mttttttttM^^^^^
1. Tbat tbe aaid debentures authorised
by said bylaws 101. 102 and 101 shall
bear Interest at Uie rale of five (i) i��r
cmuuT per annum oomputed from tb-e-
flrst -Suy of Jsly. 1013, and such kiterart
shall Ik payable half-yearly on tin- first.
day uf Junuary and tbe flrat day of July-
lb eaeb. year during tbe currency there-i.C
and the- saM deheatures shall bave attached Uiereto coupons for the payment
of the aaid interest which shall bear tht,
signature of tbe mayor and clerk, and
sucii sf-natare may be ettber written,
stamred sr Htbuai spbnd.
2. Tbess -shall be raised and levied annually  d-orioK tbe currency  of tbe  said"
debentures ���Ihsilii* by said bylaw Na
101 by soeensl nste aaftlcieut therefor upon
all the rati!an* land within the limits at '
the said ll���lr��snij   ta addition ta tOr -
annual aasm main* by the aald a*ttm*y
No. 101 fn the saai of three hundnd anrf
seventy-flve aMIsuns ($070) to pay tbe additional Interest aa-tborised by thla bylaw.
the same to be la addition to all ratea ba
be levied, and ereated In the said municipality.
S. There aha! hs raised and levied annually durtaK lha i_._ii.hu of the aaM
debentures aathai I.s* by said bylaw Ns*.
ISS by medal tale sufficient theratlar
u-oon all tke labsHi land within the limits of the said ���llBlite illty In addition to
the annual sana isaali 11 by the aaM *w-
'��_. No._m 1*��jam*st_t--sJ-----���" =E
lssue of debentures to the amount of
twentv-flve thousand dollars (I2t,��00) to
be payable on the first day of July, 1S.S.
and to bear Interest at the rate of foer
and one-half (4 1-2) per centum per annum, payable half-yearly on the first dav
nf January and the first day of July In
each year.
AND WHEREAS the debenture, au-
thortsed by tbe said bylaws, Noe. 151. 153
and 113 Have not been Kid, and owt-nc to
an advance In the rate of Interest tor
money since the passing of the -said bylaws, the nid debentures thereby authorised cannot be sold and disposed at except
at a discount Involving a substantial reduction In the amount required to be �������"�����
Vlded for,  ���" '* '- *.*���**���** �����_> naas
bylaw an	
ssld amounts
Iof flv. (5) 1	
AND WHEREAS It WW OS nsnsssiy i��� -������--
under the nid bylaw Ha  111  to raise Mpslltr.       -
[annually by special 'rate the wm of six*    t.   This by-fenr da*
Ired    and    atxty-one    and     ��-10*. Its -*���*���*' ""   "*C *****
'   form a-slnklnt fund
hundred and dnty-o
dollars (!M1.��> to foi
for the Payment ef the
sum of a��. tbuaaandj
emem anu *t*v ._.����.��    _
, although It ta extremely as-
It I* alao aater to u*a than
plentiful,
pensive,
radium.   '^i^^^^^i^^x*x*.*a\t**^kta*T**-m
Opttmlits assert that an effectual
treatment for cancer haa at last been
discovered. Bren the more cauttoua
physician* do not deny that wonder
ful result* hav* bean achieved* but
they demand a longer parted tor experiment* apd test*.
Meanwht-a pnWle committee* and
CRytfNewWtslmsltr
��N*v�� Waatminster Debenture Internal
Conversion Bylaw 1I1J."
bylaw no.	
A BTI-aW TO AMEND BYLAWS NUMBERS 151. 113 AND IM.
WHEREAB the municipal council ot
the corporation of the elty ot New West*
* minster did with the aaaent ot the electors
on the third day ot July. m:. finally
pas* Bylaw Na 161, b-etnc a inlaw to enable the municipal council et the corpora-
Itkan ot the elty of New Westmlrurter to
rata, by loan the sum of -seventy-flve
thousand dollars (tt-MM) for the purpoee ot constructing a aew reservoir and
-   ������*--    ���.-__-__.   mm.*mmnX.   an*   fSS-
  ���-       the
sum or tnres innmuw ���_��.--. .randred and
fifty dollars (WW) for Intereat, rankins
taaethsr a total amount annually et feur
thousand tour hundred and eleven and U-
i IM dollars .t*44U,��S) for the term et
fortvalne <4��> yean for th. rapaywisat
I if tbe aald loan and Intereat thereon a*
hereinafter nun tloned. th. amount of -six
hundred and sixty-four and ����-l** da).
Hro (1**4.1*1 >>v-|r>* b-sn ralnd tor Use
first year's sinking fund.      W*-f**M\m*\W
i    AND WHEREAS tt will be --��� .
under the said bylaw Na IM to rales sn-
aad    *��-M*
nually by
hundred
dollars
for the
sum
*. eat* the sum
daty^HM   ���
|dSita^(iraUl>3et����ma
^ho'fSK^��^d52r;
I annually of flv. lusmmna *
\n*     sivtv-elirht . and . *�����
1 (IM*8 MlJfi" *^
4h-Ui ami lato effect oa
asnsat of the Ueatinnl
in,
doto air* nan m .__
the <��tht stst* *���� at October. Itlg.
REcnvED -a* tmass*. at the *****
ih- ***** et Ortebii. 1*1*.
r*w-. &****.%*> ��� -.  -*���-���*���'. '���-*���': ������'
tiiiiuMi!i_i.jju_jluurti
t&QmW'
imAsmh
.,f-i. THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
K
4%
INTEREST
is allowed on all deposits
of $1 and upwards and
interest is added each
three months.
You know the difficulties of saving when
you try to keep it in
your pocket or trunk.
Open an account here
today or at least next
pay day, and have the
satisfaction of knowing
that you have started
right towards comfort
in old age.
Dominion Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
Paid  Up Capital  and
Surplus $ 2.800,000
Trus toeships Under
Administration over   6,000,0*. o
Trustee     for     llonil-
holders over    25,000,000
C. S. KEITH, Manager.
New Westminster
Branch.
606 Columbia  $treet.
Open   Saturday   Evenings from
7 to 9.
Greater Westminster
JOHN DOE Will
All  notices ol  meeting.,
entertain . Tug on  Fir..
ment., .ale. of work, etc., in thill 'me c|ty flre department waa called
: column are charged for at the rate|out iast ,,^1,, lo a gre which destroy.
jot 10 cent, per line. Plea., do not I t.d ,|le deckhouse of tlie tog Ever-
Jack member, of the staff to break this  Ktvoni m0oied al the wharf of the  11.
rule, as their instruction, are po.itive. c-     Transport    oompany,    and
PIEAD GUILTY
Social Evening.
The Daughter* of Kngland will hold
a  whist  drive and  social  lu the Odd
Fellows ball tomorrow evening.
For all building supplies and fuel
oil apply  to the B. C. Transport Co.,
Ltd., r>ofi Westminster Trust building.
Office phone -S^li,  wharf phone 881).
(21581
Dominion hotel rooms now open
under new management All rooms
furnished completely, steam heated,
also hot and cold water ln each room.
Special rates to weekly or monthly
tenants.    Miss Bass, manageress.
��� (2204)
also
scorched another tug which was tied
up at the wharf cf that company,
.lust how tlie Iiie originated is a mystery, although it Is suspected that a
lire was left In the galley when the
boat oame up river last evening and
which In some manner spread to lhe
woodwork.
Spiritualism, what    it  leaches.    An
address will he given this evening at
room r>, fi.'io
1210:11
Young   Unknown    Elects   for  Speedy
Trial and Will Come bp on
October 14.
la
8 o'clock by Mrs. Clark'
Columbia street.
For plumbing, heating and sheet
metal work consult Merrlthew & llam-
say, Klghth and Carnarvon streets.
Phone 5S6. (2148)
Mrs. Ralph Smith. Of Vancouver.
Will give an address on ..-.nal Suffrage
on Thursday at 8 o'clock at the Dainty
Tea RoomB. Columbia street, under
the auspices of the Political Equality
League. (2196)
Thistle Club Social.
The Thistle Social club wll! hold a
social  and  whist  drive  In  the  Labor
temple at  Koyal avenue and Seventh
street Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
(2205)
Another Adjournment.
An adjournment was taken until
Friday morning in the case against
Walter Schank, In the Hurnaby court
yesterday, and it is probable that another remand will be taken to Monday of next week before the police
have Bnlshed with the case. Schank
is charged with the theft of municipal
tools alleged to have been taken from
a lool house on the Cariboo road some
few days ago.
Money to loan on first mortgages,
Improved ctty and farm property.
9 per cent. Alfred VV. Mcl.eod.   (21S9)
Ratepayers Meet.
A meeting of delegates from all the
ratepayers associations in llurnaby
will be hfld in the West Burnaby
school board offices at 8 o'clock this
evening. Election candidates far councillor and school trustee are likely to
come up for discussion.
Hound trip faro JS0.60. New Westminster to San Francisco. Cal, account Patrola Celebration October 22-
25, on sale October IS and 20. Return limit good November 10.  12187)
DOESN'T KNOW THOSE
NIFf ORPINGTONS
So Said Moore, When Charged   t"ith
Chicken Stealing���Sleet, for
Speedy Trial.
John Doe Is slill .lohn Doe In spits
of thc efforts of officers to locate his
real name and yesterday morning he
appeared before Judge Harker In   thej
temporary court room at St   Patrick's!
hall on charge of burglary  and theft
and of having stolen goods in Ills pos-
session.    Me elected  for speedy trial,
Whloh will  be given him on October I
14, and at which, It is said, liis inten- j
tion Is to plead guilty.
This John Doe person is be who wna
arrested out   in   Cloverdale   with   a
whole raft of stolen jewelry concealed j
on his person and since  his capture
he has steadfastly refused to tell who
he ls or where he came from.    Me Is
a young man of about five  feet ten 1
inches In height, with a heavy but In-1
telllgent face and a determined jaw.
He has exceptionally square shoulders.
I    When John Doe was arraigned yes-1
��� terday he  wns represented by  A. S.I
Johnston, while. J. H. Grant appeared]
for the crown.
McAllisters Limited
New Arrivals in Ladies' Smart Fall Coats and Suits
A very Special Display of Late Fall Fashions just received, will bc shown in
our new Mantle and Costume Department on the fir*t floor. We would specially emphasize on thc prices we have marked on our Ready-to-Wear Goods.
Prices and Values to Suit Every Purse
Wo have Just received a shipment of beautiful opera coats In light blue, apricot, tan, peacock blue and the
new chade of red chlfron broadcloth.   Prices $18.50 to S37.5C.
A beautiful line of ladles' full length  evening and carriage coats  In plain and brocaded velvety aud heavy
brocaded,  silk lined  throughout with black satin.    Price $21.00 to $55.00.
Kill! length tan and grey corduroy motor coats lined throughout with   reverB.   broad   cuffs  and   collar  of
plain broadcloth to match.    Price S25.00.
pearl   buttons,   lined   with   satin.
Bel-ding1*  satin,   velvet  col-
IGNORANCE OF LAW
DIDN'T LET THEM OUT
Failure of seven  Hindus to place a
mechanics   lien   on   certain   property I
In the matter of the mysterious dis   owned  by  John   Savage,   of  Langley,
appearance of certain Huh Orpington   before   the   thirty   days   required   by j
chickens from the premises of (Ieorge  statute had  expired,  caused  the  law I
Roberts in Burrey, together with sun-  case to be thrown out in county court
drv other fowl  a'man by the name of  sitting before Judge Parker yesterday. I
Mcorev.as   asked    lo    plead    before1    Afier the seven plaintiffs liad been
Judge Darker vesterdav morning and  beard,   considerable   Ume   being   con-]
Kull length tan suede doii'ole breasted motor coat, fastened with large
Price S29.50.
Hark  grey,  clone curl, three-quarter length cutaway coat, lined with cardinal
lar and cuffs, fastened with handsome fancy ornament,    Price $37.50.
Misses'  and   ladles'  fancy  diagonal   weave,   three-quarter cutaway  coats  in  grey,  black,  blue,  brown  and
red mixtures, all sizes.   Prices $16.50 to $29.50.
An   extensive   line  of  full   length,   heavy   double   faced,  blanket   cloth coats, well tailored, all sizes.  Prices
$12.50 to $20.00.
Kancy   brown   rustic,   two   button cutaway coat, broadcloth collar and   curfs-   stylish   button   skirt.     Price
$40.00.
Litrietly   tal
Prices
loreil   heavy  blue  serge suits, 38-lnchoS, coats rounded or straight
$18.50 to 535.0C.
cut,    plain    tailored    coat.
to choose between speedy trial   or   a
hearing before a jury.
I don't knew* anything about it at
all." said Moore, "so how can I plead?
1 tried to tell them that I'm not connected with tlu;.se chickens, but they
wouldn't listen to me."
He had the    court" going    for    a
suuied by reason of having to use the
services of an interpreter, defendant's
solicitor   claimed   that   the   men   had j
quit work on May _6. 1913, but   had |
failed to tlle a lien before ths thirty 1
days required  by  the  act.  therefore
he asked that the case be thrown out.
Mr. Killmore. of the law lirm of Pill-
A complete line of children's coats In plain and fancy cloths, all shade*, ages from three to fourteen vears
Prices  $3.50  to  $12.00.
Ladles' fine, strictly tailored skirts ln tweeds,
Prices 55.50 to 510.0C.
black, blue, tan, grey and   brown    heavy   serge,     all     sizes.
moment  while officials looked up the.more   &  Todrick,   Vancouver,   argued
ARE YOU
PREPARED
*t> recognize and seize the opportunl-
��ifs when they come to you?
AN   OPPORTUNITY   PRESENTS   ITSELF  TO   YOU   NOW
to fit yourself to take at/vantage of
many future opportunities���it is the
opportunity to gain a practical knowledge.
MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Half Holiday Reports.
The  half  holiday  movement  which
created such a furore in the ci 1 y    a
few  weeks ago will cvop up once more
next  Tuesday   evening   when  the   Retail   Business   Men's   association   hold 1
Hs monthly meeting.    It is understood ���
mat the various committees appointed!
to get. th�� tone of feeling    of    every 1
merchant.' in  the  city   will  make   reports   and   probably   some  plan     ad- I
vauced to mend matters between em- 1
ployer and employee as to this plan of
a half holiday weekly.
pap-p-s in tiie case and assured themselves thai this Mr, Moore hail been
seiit up for trial on the charge. Kill-
ally, seeing that he had tn do something. Moofe entered ihe plea of "not
guilty" and chose speedy trial, the
date set being October 14. at 2 p.m.
There also was one Stark tangled
up with the same line of poultry and
he too chose speedy trial, the same
date being set  for the hearing.
that the plaintiffs were ignorant of the
law In respect to mechanics liens and
therefore the jurists had power to |
admit the evidence and oontlnue the
case. Judge Darker, however, ruled
otherwise and threw the case out of 1
court,
Special Prices on Warm Bedding, Blankets,  Pillows
and Comforters
six pounds to t!i"   pair;   either  hlue
DICMIC??D ON
CHARGE OF THREAT  I
All wool blankets; In full double hed sl/e. lUxiit
This Is a grand value at. per pair $5.50.
A special sale of Comforters, In various new chintz; different coloring
rial for this week, earh al 75C.
A full double bed size comforter;  iu new design chintz;   well  made and  tilled
$1.25.
Feather Pillows; full size, In art tiiits;  guaranteed purified feathers.     Bpeclal
and $1.25.
White   Grefilan   Bedspreads,  In  a good heavy  weight;   full  bed  size.    V
or   pink   border.
These are  well  filled.    Spe-
A  greal   value  at  each
values  at
wm rows
$1500 BEHIND
1 Continued from page one)
Insure with Alfred W. MeLeod, the
insurance    man.    All  kinds   written.
Phone 853.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
610 Columbia St.
MISS A. MILL
DRESSMAKING
Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
(-159)
Vt r this evening where the annual
banquet of th" Vancouver and District league will be held in the Hotel
Klysinni and the handsome L. I). Taylor cup presented to the Royals, whi
won the championship la_t season.
lieu of his presence, wnlC'J wa3 annexed by the powers that be, were and
are.
"Oh, make it guilty," wire ft'. YV.
Shephard's observation when he was
tcld
I    At  the Coqultlam  police court yes-
terday Reeve Harth discussed 8 charge
against a contractor of threatening to
shoot  and   kill  ono  William  Blnclalr,
rancher.   Mr. Sinclair alleged that   In ;
answer to remonstrances from him re-j
gardlng accused's    Hocking    up    the
Lake     Como     read,     while     1 en in lir:
shingle bolts out of the wood, the lat
ter uttered  the threats alleged.    The
evidence was.conflicting.   Mr. Sinclair',
expressed himself greatly dissatisfied
wl'h the decision and avowed Ills in-H
tentlon of bringing it before a higher
court.
in legal terms thai he had been! j
drunk and disorderly.   The disorderly 1 FAIR SPECIALS.
feature  consisted   In   Shephard's     at-[Large ftipe Pears, .1 Ihs 25<
Get Cud Tonight. I tempt to prove taar. a pane of glass in   choice Snow Apples, per box.52.50
Member*   of tbe New" Wostmlnster a  hcusc in  lbo,  west en(1  "f8    DOt     Three  lbs        25e
Cricket  club  will journey  Io Vancou-   ���ir,nc"' p,a,e'    Tnf demonstration *"  Fanov Creamery Butter   . Ihs ��1 ____
'successful, but the slass suffered to *ano-5 ' reamer) Butter, ., ids.91,00
lhe extent of one-llfty. Kresh  Kggs, per doz. 40c  ���� 50��
"live d'liars and costs," said    the  Steelhead  and  Hed  Spring Salmon,
court to Shep. !    per  lb 15c
Its always a nice bright night Smoked Halibut and Salmon, Kippers,
when Tom's around loose. Tom's last
name is Moon, Monday night he was
a full Moon and he was doing his best
to slime into the V. W. C, A. when a
limb of the  law  happened  along  and 1*47 Golumhla Rt.
75*.   95C.
special value at $1.25
Extra Values in Folding Go-Carts and Buggies
.lust   received,  a  spi ndid  assortment of  Folding Co-Carts  nnd   Prams.  In  many different   styles   1-oih
With   upright   BtUlng   and   Iiv down   carriages;   some Willi hoods.    Special prices for tbls shipment at
$3.00 53.50 $5.75 and $5.95.
Also a number of better grade carts, wltb very superior fittings and well upholstered;  a good variety to
choose rrom.    Prices $9.78-'" $20.00.
Kngiish   Prams, for particular parents;   with  easy riding springs and  Carriage Upholstering;   absolutely
the best iiualily and finish.    These are priced at $19.00 to $35.00.
McAllisters Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
��� #>r-��**w
Coal.   Coal.    Coal.
Wesiminster Coal  Co., Lid.
Phone 880. Box 7."^. Cheapest and best,
Fancy and Evening Dresses *�� ,,,.__.,. valI    illld New Ww,ln,1;
Market Benefits.
New Westmins" r's market will undoubtedly benefit ns the result r.f the
announcement made by the B. c. E. R.
that cheap fares will tak" effect on
Friday cf this week between points in
Kinan Haddie, etc.
W. J. RUSE
(Successor to A/ling & Swain.)
Phone 98
a Specialty.
Room 14, Smith Block.
SADIE FRASER
Mas. Bac.
Slnolng, Piano, Theory.
For Terms and  Hours Apply at
Studio, 1011  Hamilton Street.    Phone
1319 R. (Villi
bter and will continue In force every
market day. The rate will be a faro
and 4 third for the return trip such as
is in effect every week end on the
chilliwack Une, although the new
rule applies for one day only, Fridays,
the regular week end fares continuing
as heretofore.
Xave-Browne-Cave;;
Mrs.
and Miss
L.K.A.M..   A.R.C.M.
MEMBERS OF THE INCORPORATED;
SOCIETY  OF  MUSICIANS.
1-essons in Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Voice    Production.    Theory     (in |
���iass or privately). Harmony, Counterpoint, Musical [form  and History.
Pupils prepared for the examinations of the Associated Hoard ot the
Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College of Music. Also Professional
Diplomas, Teacher or  Performer,
For terms, etc., apply Gl Dufferin
Street.   Phone 411 It. (2167)
Nominate Candidates.
Several important  batters are said
to be Oil the agenda at the Trades and
I Labor  (ouncil   meeting  to be held   in
ths   Labor temple  this evening.    Th��
I report cf the committee Interested  in
calling  a mass meeting for the  pur-
ji Be of nominating candidates for the
(approaching civic election is likely to
be made at the session.
Tom was eclipsed. Tlie magistrate
didn't like lo lake Moon's last quarter
so he let him go after Tom had explained that he had come to town to
enter the Hospital and had landed, by
some mischance, in jail.
Al. .John-son varied the monotony by
admitting that he was guilty of being
drink, li was his first appear&nca
and Al looked ashamed of himself.
"Heat it," said the court, not in
those words, for courts don't talk that
way, but that's what waa meant and
Al beat it so fast he raised a dust.
Joe Rogers said he. wasn't guilty of i
being a vag and a generally all round I
useless member of . society,    but    he j
didn't orter to stay and prove It when '
the magistrate gave him two hours to
put a whole lot  of distance between \
him  and here.    Joe has a  rec;rd  be
hind him;  In  facl  he's just  fresh out
of the coop;   hence he thoughl   th; j
going was good    when    he    got    the I
chance. j
Harry Brock, Frank Pickernall,   anl
axe or two, a chunk of wood
What  with  the harbor Improvements, the further
DEVELOPMENT OF
the fisheries and
Aitchison'3
L.adio*' Tailoring Branch
surely Westminster Is coming to
her own.
J.N. AITCHISON
Tailor to Ladies and Gentlemen.
Westminster Trust Block.
VICTORIAN   ORDER  OF  NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence V. W. C. A.       Phono 1324.
MATERNITY. SURCICAL AND
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
SB
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-and���
NJOY
EATING
VERY DAY.
... H,  BUCKUN,
Hr��i  -tod Deal
Mar.
N.  HKAHD8LEH,
vicai'issidaat.
W. r. H. BOCKLIN,
Bac. and Trsas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 877.
HEE CHUNG !p-Burns & Co-Ltd-
J. H. Todd's Music House
419 Columbia  Street,  New  Westminster.
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Special Music.
Members of St. Barnabas Anglican
choir are rehearsing for the special
musical service to be held next Sunday evening when the Thanksgiving
sermon will be preached. On Tuesday evening the parish will hold its
annual supper in the parish room,
which will be augmented later in the
evening by a musical concert In
which local talent has promised  aid.
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CITY
CHILDREN PRESENTED
WITH PRIZES WON
A large gathering assembled In the
Burqultlam agricultural hall on Thursday evening to witness the presentation of the prizes to the children successful ai the Burqultlam fair for
painting, writing and drawing. The
children all belonged to the Hamilton
road Bchool, Hurnaby, and the
Mountain  school, Coiiuitlam.
Kwen Martin, chairman of the Co-
quitlam school board, presided, and
Mr. Uoss, chairman of the llurnaby
school board, made the presentations.
Mr. Martin said they hoped next
year they would have more schools in
the competition and that the children
would strive to excel even their fine
specimens this year.
Mr. Uoss spoke in a similar encouraging slraln.
A vote of thanks was passed to
those who presented the prlzeB.
jags, a scow bouse and a lot of hard !
feeling were so hopelessly mixed thai i
tiie court gava up the effort to disen- |
tangle tbem and dismissed the csbb
which Pickernall had brougbl against
Brock.
doing  back   to  ancient   history    as
tar hack as last May���It may be stated i
that  iirock  was bound over  to  keep |
the peace towards Pickernall. whom, it I
was alleged,  he    bad    threatened    to
separate into several different and dis- ]
tinct pieces.    Evidently  Harry  hasn't
kept the peace pointing towards Pick. ;
at all seasons, or at least that's what |
Pick, thought  and  he had  the   Brock
person jugged on Monday. There were
witnesses on  both sid"s, all  members
of the fishing settlement   across    the
bridge, but they didn't, shed any great
amount of light on an Involved story.
The only  definite thing in   the entire
performance   was  Plckernall's   healed
remark to llrock. "Vou ant goin'    to
stand there and murder me any more,"
which would seem    to   indicate    that
Brock's  favorite pastime  Is  standing
Blue I ahout assassinating Pick.
"There seems to be a lot of had
blood here," opined the court, adding
that there wasn't enough evidence to
show that Brock had broken his peace
bond, so the matter was disposed of
by turning Harry loose.
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1200,  1201,  1202.
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Eighth  St.   Market, Phone  1205.
Edmonds  Market, Phone   L883.
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