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 New* Classified Ada.
Have  proven tbelr forth by tbe
resulta   tbey   produce.     They   fill
large   or   amall   wanta   at   email
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TH* Weather.
New Westminster and tbe lover
mainland: Light to moderate winds,
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VOLUME 8, NUMBER   147.
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B.C., FRIDAY   MORNING,   AUGUST   29,   1913.
PRICE FIVE CENT*
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SIKdlY
HINDUS OUTWIT       PALACE Of PEACE JULY STATEMENT      ;AMERICANS LEAVE
IMMIGRATION MEN     0p[N T0 W0Rl0|       SHOW DECREASE |)N WHSON'SADVICE
Find   Continuous   Rcute   From   India,
Thua Picking Flaw In Dominion
Regulations.
John Lind Returns to Mexico City and Washington Hopeful of a Better Understanding���Huerta Must Not Be
President���Mexican National Pride Only Other Hindrance to Peace.
Carnegie's Gift to Nation:
Consecrated in Presence
of Royalty.
Monthly  Banking  Report for    CanaJa
Chows J7.000.000 Drop in Deposits
���Circulation Also Lets.
Washington,    Aug.    28.   Praaldi nl
WIlMiii ren Ived a long message Irom
John Lind at Vera Cruz lata lonlglit,
outlining   tlie   prospects   of   B   settle-
ment of the Mexican problem In mosl
optimistic terms.
While absolute silence wus maintained al the White Houae there waa a
wen defined Impression In official
clrclei  thai   the  Huerta  government
nnd  Mr   I.Iuil liuil reached a preliinlri    Of  the
nry   agreement   which   might   lead   to  eieiit
peace In the southern republic.
It was Muted on high authority that
the Bituation was more encouraging
than il han heen at any time Since Mr
I.ind wen' to Mexico. The message to
the president was essentially a nummary of th- I/dints made by the Huerta
government   In   its  last  note,  whieh
waa   carried   to   Vern   I'ruz   today   by
Co]   Manuel m. Ouaaqua.
Baair.  Franker.
While no details were mnde public
It in understood that both the United
Ptates ami the Huerta government feel
that they can now renew negotiations
on a franker hnsls
There were persistent reports thai
Huerta had Mated he would make public announcement of his intention not
i *> he a candidate in tha coming eleo-
tlon. hut they lacked confirmation In
official circles.
Onlv One Condition.
Interesl was manlfcHt In I.lnd's ene.
gettlon that all proposals lie laid aside
lor the present, except that which
asks Huerta not to be a candidate In
the coming elections,    It  was learned
thai while Prealdent Wllion knew the
--'1st of Mr. Kind's second proposal, h"
was   not   acquainted  until   todav   wl'h
ot Mexico, was prohibited by lhe con-
stltut on of Mexico from succeeding
himself, and thut the American contention,  therefore,   was unnecessary,
���cmtlnUed Closely
dais pointed out tbat 00 guarant c
existed that Preaent Huerta wouid nc:
." sign prior to Hie election and there-
1 .;,* make himself eligible, it was inig
gected t"u. that to accept the citation
Mexican constitution as suffl-
restrlctlon on Huerta's candidacy, mlghl be construed as a recognition of Huerta as the constitut'.on-
all-   chosen  ruler
Hi wi-er. hope was found In the vl-r
i - mi disclaimer of Senor Cambca
rit-i   anyone  sbooW   have  guapect-ad
Vlcterla,   Au,(;.   LS.   -After  a   careful
and thoroughly careful study of the
regulations dealing w-itii Hindu imtni-
gratlon to Canada and an exhaustive
enquiry Into the routes of different
steamship companies which come to
this country   from  Uie Indian  empire.
��� h'- tiritlsh  subjects of that  eastern
domain have succeeded In  paving the | _���	
way for their entry Into Canada,    it I
Is evpected that the Hindus will ar- The Hague, Aug. 28. The palace of
rive here in the future In us large num-. peace was inaugurated here thiB after-
ber�� as the Chlneae and Japanese. noon, when  the ceremony of handing
When the Nippon llnea Banuki Maru | the edifice over to the charge of the
Cpeaktr at Opening Ceremoniea Calls
Laird  of  Skibo the  Happiest
Man in U. S. A.
Mexico City,
Koine offi-'was berthed at the outer docks last I Dutch foreign minister waa carried
'���*.��� Ding lhe Immigration offb-lals here put In the great court, In the presence
Ifound that thev were confronted with   l,r   Queen    Wilhelmina.   the   Dowager
.'he  Hindu  problem again. lOueen   Km ma,    and    Prince  Consort
Three natives of the Asiatic country  Henry,    These were surrounded by a
applied for admission to thla country j distinguished gathering of diplomats,
, iml today they are heing examined bv representatives of peace and people
the Officials and in all probability will   prominent in ail the arts and sciences.
!b�� permitted to remain. The small i Abraham Van Karnebeek, president
party which arrived yesterday la the'of the Carnegie foundation, with a
second t'i -ome !n the last month and' splendid speech, handed the palac'
nnw  thlt   the   Hindi!'*  find  that,  pro-
; v|d��*d thev can puss tiie health eram-
[(nation end nnmnlv w'th the other re
tions  bet'
' Mexico
ecu
desiring to
Huerta
dldate. This was regarded as a tnclt
Implication that Huerta finally would
in,' enter the presidential ra'-e.
Just Pride Irterferet.
The ehlpf difficulties now, ae-cor-l-
Ina tn administration offlcUtll, an- the
I'B'i'liis of pride and national honor
Inyo'vrd l'n testations hy Senor
flamboa thai to yield to the oonten-
t'ins of the l'nited States wuuld be a
.-urrender of sovereignty, and would
permit a foreign government to veto
the candidacy of Individuals In Mexican  election! hereafter,   have   been
become h can- innlrements of the regulations, they can
enter Canada. thev will be flocking
hcr*-> In lanre numbers.
Th" Dominion reeulutions (date that I generosity of Andrew Carnegie.
into the care of its appointed cusio-
diuns. He eulogized the Interest shown
In the peace movement by the queen
nnd emphasized the significance of
the Inauguration of the palace, expressing a full meed of thanks for Hit
the Hindu must come here by direct
voyage from the land of his birth. Thlr
mie'tlnn of coming direct haF been
bothering the Hindu fer some time
Tha Nippon Ytifen Kalsha has n
'"-1'*" frcm Hombii- nnd Calcutta to
Yil'i-'nmn ��nd Honekene and as thev
cop-ret with th" trnns-Pf��Mftc boat*
r>f the line the Hindu decided to trv
tb1' "-ute mil see whnt lhe nuteome
""I'M he.    The Sfldo Maru. wh'cli ar-
met bv lhe rtatement or offlciuls here  rived "*-��rii] ��-��r.ii�� aco. brnueht five
thnt   the   l'nited   States   has   not   lhe ; "'���'���' Hindus and the- were admitted to
-llvhtert   desire  to   Interfere  wlh   the j f-anada;     it   is   i;nd<-rslood   thst   thl
sovereign righta of Mexico. n
Presc Helps.
There  was  confidence    In    Official I
', circles that by the exchange of other!
I communications between Mexico and'
the   l'nited   States   their  positions   o-i .
this  point  would  be further clarified
tba     text     of   the   communication   In I Imputation! of dictation would  be re-
which Mr   i.ind promised tbat, if his moved, and any changes brought about
last suggestions were accepted, assiir    'ti   Mexico,  at   any  rate, would  resull1
anees would be given American bank-   from   voluntary   acta   of  the   Mexican
era of the moral support of Ihe Amerl-    idtuinlstratlon.    So far as the Wash- !
enn government for a loan to rebabili-   iiintnn government Is oonceroet) It has I
tate the nuances of the present Mexi-   been  made plain that It hopes merely
can   regime.    The  White  House view   ihat  :���  peaceful settlement of the dlf-!
>-f   the   offer   of   the   loan   was   that   flriiltlei moy be reached regardless of
should   the  preaent effort    to    brine  h �����'   the  Mexican  authorities are  In-
i-ibeul peace appear to be bearing frn" '. fuenped  to compose    tht    situntinn
It would be Incumbent upon the I'liit-   ���*"���*nf'',��nce   of   this   was   given   today
ed   Stales   to  help   Mexico   straighten   thrrueh  frequent ceiitlons by the ad-
oii". her linancial tangles. trlnMrs'lnu  officials  to the press   to
Huerta   Can't   Run. .-ni.)  tn.iiirlnc the Sensibilities of the
The  itatemenl    of    Senor Outnhos iMe-vfrau nein'e by  reference tn "cop-
that   llm rta.  as provisional  president , ci-'ona,"   "triumphs."   nr   "defeats."
oar+V and t��,o one vhlch arrived vee-
���f''"" cn 'he Sanukl were used to
test the new plan.
Important Move.
f. Heneke Von Fwlnderen. the retiring Dutch minister for foreign af-
filrs. then accepted the custody of
the building on behalf of the diplomat!" corps ln which it is vested under th** presldencv of the Dutch foreign ministry. He referred to the
opening of the palace of peace as an
important page which had been added
to the history of arbitration, the significance of which waa deepened, he
said, by the presence of so~many
statesmen, and lawyers of Internatloii-
"1 atandlne. Then after a few sen-
t'nceg In French eulogistic of Andrew
Carnegie, who lie snld had placed the
f-iilts of his strer.u'itg labor Pt the ser-
Ottawa,    Aug.     2H.    Sev, ral    note
worthy decreases are it ikingiy lud;-
cated in the July bank statement out
tomorrow, Tin; statement ts b.dated
because under the new aet which
came Into force In July, the bank;
have up to the 20th instead of the
15th of the month io mall their returns und several availed themselves
of the limit. There are decreases oi
18,000,000 In circulation, approximate-1Dfccteri .,..
ly 17,000,000 In deposits and $50U,00U '
in domestic call leans.
The largest  variation  Is in current
loans which decreased  from  1898,000,-
000  In  June to  8858,000,000.    In July
call loans outside Canada and current | tative
loans remain about stationary.
Banker Gives Reason.
Ottawa, Aug. 28.���Financial men
say they are nct much concerned by
the fact that there was a falling off
of six million dollars in the deposits
made by the public, compared with can demands
June, as shown in the bank Btatement
for July, issued today by thc- financial
department.
Davis Kinnie. assistant manager of
the Dank of Ottawa, says lhat it is
iluite true that the deposits for July-
may have been'affected by the withdrawal on the part of the Cnnad'an
Pacific  railroad    of    several
All  Who Can Get Out of
Mexico Do so���Cannot
Understand Warning.
SIX ARRESTED FOR
HAVING WHISKY
Several   Cittt;s  r-teporUti   in  Country
Eut at  Mexico City  Ever/thir.j,
I.   Quiet.
Aug, 28.-   ll is fully ex
i, sumption cf qegotla-
the  United  States and
wlll occur tomorrow r.u   the
return  lo    tlie    Mexican    capital    ot
President \\ ilson's personal repress-
John Und.    Mr. Land is hurrying back frum    Vera    Cruz    on    the
Btrength    of lienor    Garnbca's   note,
which he  receivc-d this nioruing, ana
according   to   the   understanding   the
Mexican government is prepared   tu
Five Indians and One White
Must  Face Magistrate
This Morning.
One Clever Litter Stowed Flask Under
Arm-pit, Cut Detective Burrows
Found   Him  Out.
Great activity was exhibited by the
local police force yesterday In following np several cluea of white men supplying Indians with liquor, and as a
result of thetr search, one white nan
and one half breed wen: lodged ln
jail for the evening on a charge of
supplying firewater fo the redskins.
while four of the latter race were also
taken Into custody, having been found
with liquor in tbelr possession.
A unique way of hiding the whiskey
from the police authorities was prac-
make some concessions to the Ameri-   ticed   by one of  the  men  taken,  for
after being searched none of the stuff
could be located in hla clothing, althougb during a second search Detective Burrows found a small flask
stowed away near the ano-pit in
Among Americans resident in
Mexico the urgent warning from the
L'nited States government that they
should leave the country immediately,
at first caused anxiety, in some cases
approaching ccnsiernation. and later
a general determination to abide by
the government's injunction, no mat-
mllllonlter what the monetary cost.
Deek  Information.
I    The    American    consulate    general
was crowded  throughout  the  day  by
Americans of all classes, seeking   detailed   information.    The  consul  gen-
ASQU1TH TURNED
THf OTHER CHEEK
dollars  from   the   banks for tlie   nnr-
i pose of retiring bonds valued at $35,-
000 100 not due until July 1. 1H15.
j     "That may be one cause," said Mr.
, Finnic "but tbere has been a falling
eff for some time in deposits. There
has been a general decline in the
value of stockB and bonds, followed
bv an  Increase  in  the rates of mort-
1 gages. While the financial market
continues in the condition it hns been
for some time, tliere will continue to  to leave Mexico at once.
ibe a general   falling   off  in   depos'ts. I Many Leaving.
for people with monev will see bet-1 Most of the Americans who cille-i
ter opportunities for investment with at the consulate are planning to reels
safetv   assured,   at   a   higher   rnte   cf  ter their property aad obey Washing-
position as not to excite curiosity.
The fact that the canneries are now
shutting down, due to the sockeye run
having petered out, ia die cause of
many Indian workera coning into tho
city aimed with a good aiaed roll,
which unfortunately falls a prey to
the depredations of the liquor runners.
Owing to the fact that a material
eral, Arnold Shanklin, was unable to:witness    in    several of the eases
give any advice other ihan thet based I wanted in Vancouver county court thin
upon instructions from the state department to send to all consuls In his
district a message that they should
advise all Americans in their territory
morning to give testimony. Magistrate
Edmonds will open the dally session
at 9 o'clock Instead of 9:J0.
ii,',r?edf !'o'Trltkl!,rJan St'lnder<'n I interest than 8 per cent, as the banks ton's injunction.   The great majoritv
> turned   to   Mr.   r aroejrie.     who     was l " of those who have been able to    a--
pEllih' T^'me'r^ brfak'":? lnt.��| ���Where there is a noticeable falling range their affairs have alrendy de-
,o ?M ,,���i/,M .ti h"re " off in one or more banks then there parted from the capi'al and mme
���ao "".M   I should think, that you are ���v ^ "^ gpf>cja, r(iagon    , aB,'ure  ,rom   other   places.     Those   who    rc.
you we are not gTeatly concerned main have for the most part interest!
about that 16.000,000 in July com- to leave behind, which would mean
pared with June.
WOMEN SHOW UCK
OE SEIE RESPECI
Two Rude Militantt    Broke    Up    His
Llttlt Golf Game, But He Let
Them  Oo It.
Itoday the happiest -ian from the Unit
ied Ftafep.  Fceine these surroundings
ithe transformation of your beautiful
jhleh snlrited nienlflcenee nto the fu-
jture  seat   of international   tribunals."
CURRENCY Bill      SUIT AGAINST CITY BY
APPROVED AT IAST    mm mi
Elgin, Scotland, Aug. 2K.-
isli prune minister was the
an attack this afternoon In
chivalry   res'.raintd    him
quntely  defending  himself.
The flrit
object  of
which his
from ade-
While he
RED LETTER DAY
EOR POSTMEN
the sacrifice of their only  means of
livelihood.
The warning has created something
like consternation on the part of not
a few Americans. It will undoubtedly,
however, result in a new exodus and
Funeral   Directors  Meet.
I    Portland, Ore.. Aug. 28.���The ninth
j annual  convention    of    the    Oregon
1 Funeral Directors' association opened
this morning at the Hotel Oregon for'-^e general determination la to aban-
ia three dnv -"8��'on   a  nortion of the <"">   everything   they   possess   in  the
sessions  to be  held   Jointly  with   the  belief that their lives are endangered.
IWashington   assnelation    which
vened this morning at  Vancouver.
con.'but in what way they are unable
understand.
to
Democratic Caucus  Passes
Bit?  Measure  Almost
Unanimously.
After   Weeks   cf   Discussion   Bill   Is
Ready to Co Before House���Few
Amendments   Made.
Washington. Aim. us. The administration currency bill, after Hire,.
weeks of discussion, wns finally approved by the house Democratic "aliens lonlglit by n vote of 168 to �� The
nine  dissenters   were   Representatives
Henry. Kagle and Callaway of Texas
llardwlek of (leorgla. I.oebeek of N��
bri'-kn, Hiichaiinii hiuI Kowler of Illinois. Neelev of Kansas, and Slsson
of Mississippi
After agreeing to the bill, the caucus ndopted ii resolution by an almost
Unanimous vote, declaring the bill to
he ii party measure and that "members of this caucus are pledged for the
WO   Tdmc-iton   Men   Will   Fi-ht   for
Pay Due Them���Other Ei-mioyees
Take Lenal  Action,
wa:< golfing wltli liis daughter on thc
1 osslemouth links, iwo stalwart suf-
fra'-ettcs. who bad quietly come up t
the grsen, sprang at him suddenly.
They knocked off Ills hat. grabb d him
by the clothing and dragged him
some distance over tlle ground.-).
The prime minister bor*-' hls rong'i
treatment complacently and refrain d
r-f in i'sIiib force lo wake th��i" du-
s s' while thev Impnrled to h'm the'r
��� rlnl'-n that  be was n  Bconndrel  a-d
At Their Convention in San Francisco
They Will Consider Measure for
Pensioning Letter Carriers.
a past musti r m the
pits of Annanais.
bill   on   its    final    passage,    without j of proper notice,
amendment, provided,    however,    the|
banking and  currency  commltte may
iirfer amendment In the house "
The festure of today's session was
the adoption of a commltte amendment ns a substitute for the section on
bank reserves, which In effect simply
nerved to clarify thc section aB originally drawn
Kdmonton, Aug. 88 -Samuel Wright
and Jolui 8, Edwards, the twa niem
bej's of tlie city police force who were
recently discharged by Chief Car pen
ter. today issued the statutory papers
starting suit ugaiusi the corporation
fur a month's wages due thetn from
the dale of their dismlssil. i'ity Commissioner Chalmers, whose duties
were reduced bv the council on Tiles
day    still  occupies Ills (.(Tice and   has
no intiiiiion of resigning.    Ha is to
renly to Ihe charges against him.
i'i mn Issloner Chalmers does ,.���!
li li.-v" tiie council lias nnv authority
to 'in what his duties shall be, These
lie sivs. are tixed bv the city Ohartl r
City ,-iiulitor Richardson Is nrenar
ing a scheme In reply to tlle rhar-ees
<f t'"' committee, His lawyers are
Considering bringing suit for diniii'-"-*
for dismissal against
or the aldermen
DngltlSI r lln die
ln��
CRUSHED  UNDER  WAGON.
Man   Going   tc   H,-rv����t  Fields   Kilted
at Kamlcops.
i    Kf-Tiioofis.  Ave  2S.   -\  distressing
:f"t,'i|'iy occurn d near li'Tesferd on
: Monday evening about i* o'clock when
Steve cKtl was convovlng a coimle of
hnrvef' bands from Knmloops to his
sieve KctI va- conveying a couple of
jwlfc, had visited Kamloops on luisi-
jnefs. and they \v -e driving back with
itwo men  whom  they had engaged  to
aiglet in the fields,    N'ear Beresford,
however,  ono nf these men. an  Aus-
jtriiHi. named   Steve, swayed  suddenly
I and fell from tho wagon.    Ilefor" the      llerlin, Aus. 88,    The Oerman cruis-
i vehicle conld  be stopped both  whecif   cr Venetn. with 8 large party of naval
hid passed  over Ihe unfortunate  fel-jcadets on Imard. Is to advance her de-
'low. who was fearfully crushed. Steve] partlire   on   her   American   cruise   In
San Francisco, Aug 28.���Hundreds
of delegates are arriving for the conventions of tlie Xationu! Assiciat'on
of f.etter farriers and the National
Women's Auxiliary to the Letter Car-
ritrs. The iwo conventions cpen
Saturday and will contini e until September .". lt is expected that 1100
will be In attendance at Ihe mens
convention and .100 nt that of tho
women.
One of the important questions to
be considered will be the measure
providing for the retirement of a?ed
postmen, now before the congressional committee on judiciary..
An important event of the double
conventions will be a l.abor Hay par-
ad" In which 8000 uniformed postmen
will participate.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
STAff COMPLETE
Local     Institution    Commences    Fall
Term   Next   Wednesday   With
Several New Masters.
With the staff appointments all
ccmplete, St. I.ouis college will open
its fall term on Wednesday. Sept. 3.
with prospects of the most successful
vear  in  its history.
D. .1.  Mclsaacs. B.A.. who has been
Fever Amon? Coldiers.
l.aredc. Tex., Aug. 2S.���Thirty-five
hundred men perished in the seven
constitutionalists attacks on Torreon
between July 17 and Julv 2S, and
since that time fevtr b:.s becom�� epidemic, frod is scarce and no aid ha-)
been able to reach tlie city, according tn travellers from the vie'nity of
Torrecn. wbo reached lure todav. No'
mcre than 25 Americans rfma'n In
the cily and all are reported safe.
The constitutionalists ar" declared
to have lost 3000 men. most of them
in a disastrous attempt to fbod the
city by diverting the course of N:erfa I
river fioin its head gates thrcugh t*m
valley. They were caught in a cro33
tire from federal machine guns. T*hev
la'er withdrew to Durango. The f.d-
eral less was about 500.
Reports also were received here today cf the burning    cf    the    l.ab��Ila
with the college for the past two years. 0nion cotton print factory, ten miles
will again be principal and expresses ! from saltillo. last Friday, by a bind
himself well pleased with the rest ofiot rcbc!s   under Juan   Mnm'z.    It    is
, GERMAN BATTLESHIP
GOES TO  MEXICO
eith he ci-
Individuals,   Q is
and his (tilt ar" " *
for n month's salary In lieu
maniged to gasp out a request for a
drink of water, but death quickly re-
leased him   from his sufferings!
The bodv w;'�� brought to Knmloops
and ll liel-.c held pending the coroner's tuque* t.
view of the developments in Mexico.
This step hns be, n taken by the (ler-
eiaii admiralty so that the vessel may
be available In case of necessity, ns
the cruiser Bremen has left American I rem
water?. field
the faculty.
As his assistant A. Kennedy, B.A, of
'Nova Scctiu. a graduate of St Francis
Xavier college, has been appointed, to-
gnther with Q, McDonald. B. A., also
of St. Francis Xavier. as third assistant.
T. C. Bateman, of Niagara university, with Bro. Joseph, O.M.T., and
Bro. Thomas. O.M.I., complete the
sta".
���Mone with the usual studies which
"ill round the students into shape for
hirh school or commercial work, speclul attention will be devoted to athletics,  th"  collesre  having  succeeded
s-at-d that Muniz flrrt demanded a
"loan'' of three hundred thousand
pesos, reducing it finally 10.000 pesos
and was this was ignored the plant,
valued at $500,000, was destroyed.
First Battle.
Bl Paso. Tex.. Aug. 28 -The flrst
encounter between const tutimialists
and federals in the movement of
Carranzn's combined forces on Chihuahua took place three davs a?o at
San Andres. 50 miles rrom Chihuahua,
according to Colonel Bici. of Car
ranr.a'8 staff, who arrived l""r" fy*nv.
s.   io"   corere   iiavuiK   succeeoea ' ��� , . u    .    .      . , .���_���.j u,. AB��
,   .,        ,. ,    .. ..    i Haca sa'd he had net b'nrncu tne oei-
irkab v well In the prowess on the   "alB    '  ' '���,
some of the engagement.
DEMAND MAV CAUSE GAN
FRANCISCO TONG WAR
Sun Krancisco, Aug. I'S. -Possibility
of another tong war here wus revealed at a meeting of the Chinese Six
companies,  when  the  Hip  Sing tong
The mearuro wlll be re-introduced i made a formal demand upon lhe Louis
In the house tomorrow bv Chairman
t'lUr*. referred Immediately to the
binklne committee, which meets next
Thursday. It Is expected the bill wlll
be at once renorted back to the house
which Mr. Olapa predicts tonight wlll
pass It within ten days, many Hepublicans having Indicated their purpose
to support It.
BI-LINGUAl   P08TCARDS
NEW IN CANADA ONLY
l-'ong association for $8000 lnd ninlty
for the slioting In Port'nud of Pon>
Llm by Fong Woo. of thla cily. Fong
Woo Is a member of the I.ouis 1'cnii
Mexico, Salmon Run, and Crops
All Effect World's Money Market
New York,    Aug.    88.���Wall    street
reached the conclusion today thai
this country's rtlat.ons with MexLv
hud Improved sufficiently to Just fy ii
more confident position In thc   stock
assocatlon and Fong Llm of the Hip market.    With   charactenstc    eager
Ottawa, Aug. 28. -While the new bl-
llngunl pnrtenrds are an Innovation
fo fnr ns domestic use In Canada If
concerned, cards sont from Cansda
nbrcsri the 2 cent -postcard-have always been In Kngiish and French, The
rules nf the International postal union
call   for   oostcsrds   being  ln   Erencb
Sings.
When Kong Llm was shut the t''"���
made sn informal demand cn the
Kongs f"r $3000, with which to Mend
the dr��d man's "'dow and child bie'i
to Chlnn The demand was refused.
The trn�� men threatened warfare nnd
the pi��v was appealed to thc Six companies.
I ,-ne In Trl��--.
p^r  r-inclsco.  Aug. 2S- Secrntrtry
"f th'   Interior F. K. Lane will ii-tWo
here Sunday morning, according to ;,n-
nout"'��ment  tonight  by  the cominit-
toc  th"'   w'll  entertnln him.     Mayor
M"the"offlaU��l-Itw>uiu|B of th&'union j Sp es n-mv Jr.. end cfflcl.i'- of the
nnd also the particular, language of Pnuainn-Paclflc  exposition  will   meet
the country they come from. The
new rule, therefore, simply implies to
cards for circulation in Canada only.
Mi Lane nt Oakland. One nf the
r\ '"Mb of his visit win be r banquet
in hia honor Wednesday nlgbt.
loss lo anticipate us far In advance
us possible a solution'of the Mexican
problem,     and     with'   characters tc
readiness    to   jump   to   conclusion*),
ipeoulaton bought stocks on a scale
that produced a broad and active mar.
��� kct.    Progress   upward  was   uninter-
'rupled from the opining of tho make:   to the close, and material gains
I were scored In nil departments.   Hull
| traders who had sold their stocks   lu
feur of  serious  complications,   took
on new lines.    Shorts turned    about
| snd closed  out thetr contracts.    Although It was realised that no definite
developments had occurred, sentiment
for the dav, at least, waa decidedly
bullish.
Withdrawal of $1,000,000 gold for
shipment to Cansda was announced.
The shipments follow a recent aharp
decline in t'atiadlau exchange in New lissuis,    chiefly    C. P. R-.    Brazilian,
Hichelleu and Iron ruse into   higher
ground. |
Little effect in London.
l.ondi ii, .-\u���. 2n.~llon-ay was easy
aud discount ratea were quiet today.
The settlenun: on the itoCK exebunge
was' concluded sutisiuctorliy aud af .et
hesitating In the iui-uiuun, tbe market nflianed tlrui iu most sect.ons.
Mexican issues recovered from a
period, cf early weakness, di spite
pollt.cn! uncertainties. Heme rails
were dull on fenrs of labor troubles.
President Wilson's uus age had
Utile elfect In the American section.
The opening was steady at the light
decline, but the losses were regained
on covering on the early trading. New
Vork supported the market In the
afternoon and values made further
gains.   The close waa steady.
New York Helps.
Montreal, Aug. 28.���There was   a
Flight response In the local  market
tbla afternoon   to   the   strong   tone
which Naw York displayed and a  few
Salmon Packers Off.
Toronto, Aug. 28,���Business was
moderately brisk In Toronto stocks today and tbe murktt showed a generally steady tone. Kepons that the
British Columbia salmon pack would
not be so good as expected accompanied a little Billing of British Columbia packers vommon stock, wblch
dropped off three-points to 134. Dominion canners waa also In be ter request, tbe bid rising a point to 87.
Wheat Price* Break.
Winnipeg, Aug. SS.���There waa a
big break in the wheat prices on the
American markets. -Good crop proa-
pects, generally slow export demand
and favorable weather were Influencing factor*. American corn markets
were alao easier *tH Liverpool wheat
closed H lower. Continental markets wer* also lower.   ���!'
Cmuonled Aercnt.iie.
El Paso. Tex., Aug. 28.-Mim-I
Bauche Alcade. a Mexico n rebel ofT-
cer, was arrested here t-dav on a
charse of aiding Didier Mn��son, the
French aviator, to smuggle his aeroplane from I os AnBcle'< Cal.. to Ct:
rebels In Sonnrs. ins' May. Ho was
released cn S'iCCO bond.
Sit in San Francisco Court and Hear
Vile Evidence  Despite Jodge**
Warnings.
San Francisco. Aug. 2%.���For th-a
first time since the atory of her husband's infidelltr became public, Hn.
Maury I. Dlggs beard it today from the
lips of Marsha Warrington, the "otber
woman."
The girl  told  the same -ftory  that
branded   Dlggs   n   white   slaver   an.i
told it more confidently, mcre firmly,
more audibly, though in less detail. In
the  ca-re of F.  Drew ramlnettl. now
on trial, as in that of D'ggs. she remains the ch!ef witness for thp government a'though  the name nf lola
Sorrfs is  the one couoleid ��� with   tbat.
of f'.mnettl fn the indictment
Vulgarly   Curious.
B:;3s was at tbe rear of lhe court
rum, among the spe tea tors, many of
whom were  women.    Renewed  Inler-
If-ft in  the rase was shown today by
I increased attendance.    There was the-
I--i=-facie again  cr  long  flies  in  tho-
Icrn-idors. lostlfng for admission.   Om��
Iwoman who had been a constant attendant at the nfggs trial, arose from
the  morning session and    took    ber
place at the head of the file, there to
stand for two hours without luncheon
that ihi might te present tar the afternoon  Fessfon.
Tbe very pointed admonitions of ihn
court had no effect on these women,
young or old. and they ranged in age
from girlhood to past *!*. When t.U-a
testimony and the exhibits became unavoidably salacious to much so that
the policeman testifying hesitated and'
looked about bini nerronaly h��Sare-
asking the court .if he shooM plica��t)
into specific details Judge Van fle-rt
gave warning tbat no women conld
remain and he.tr what waa about to
lie spoken except at rhe expense of her
delicacy.    No one stirred. ,
Tomorrow will be the last dav trf
the Caminetti trial thin week. Tteia
Norrls will fnllcvv 51-irsha Warrtnsten
or tho Eticif.
Among nif**.* friends ft btjcaittr*
known todav thst he I* p-Hnnftia tr��
open an prthRooC* office hero, pending a decision en hte oetftlpn tor n
writ of error tn the If. 8. ctrcalt court
of apnenh��. His counsel tors* an.
noaneed thst lf thp conrf of %M*ofts
finds against him. tbey will cvry tbe
flgh* to the supreme ecurt. Sentence
on Dien, will be yrenoeneod Mat
Tuecdaj-.
ALBERTA LEGISLATURE
MEET ON  SEPTTME^il  1B
Edmonton. Aug. 28 -�� proclamation
hn�� be"" 'isu-d hv ���*"* 1'eutenaM
governor In council calliee* th�� members of the legislature tctrether for
TucBdav. Sei'embP' IG. Inst year
th�� cn��tom of !n��4��'n�� ���"��� Tt-nr-****
and adlnurnlng nfter the formal opening until the following Monday wa��
changed and the hou��p ���****. rn Ttt��s-
day and at once pror-��edcd "'th "he
business ef the ��"��strn. ���""���*�������� ��me
course will be followed this year.
Fer Be**��r B��htee.
Everett.  Aug.  27.���The Snohomish llatrent honae*
RUIN AND DEATH MY
TYPHOON IN JAPAN
Tokio, Aug. 28���Ex'ena've run ban
been csused in Japan by the typhoon
which has raged here for several
days. Sccres of people were killed
and hundreds of hridge* and houaeat
destroyed. In Tokio Itself K,L**si
houses were inundated, while tn ' the
country the railroads and tho crops
were much damaged.
A party of 17 children vr* (oet
while climbing Mount Kooin Qa Take.
THCY'RK HANOINS MSN
IN CHINA NO'.W
Peking; A*jr. ML-Bath of Mo par-
county fair association ls planning to
have s "better bable-s" eontert for the
coming f-tlr st Snohomish, followlnc
closely the plana for the contest at
the state fair at North Yakimn. A
committee ot women from the Snohomish fcoimtr legislative commltte* an
charge of th* coated.
quiring the govennaont to trr
b*r* cf parliament wh* hal
der arrest before if)
fa Peking;. TW gu\er
hinted that 1'; r ���*.���*# ,
law-a* Wt W.
Tin in-art m p*<;t TWO
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2��, 1913.
An unit'vend vi.) u.ornxnff paper devoted to the interests of New W tat minuter and
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���**������'.������������������  to DM National Printing and I'ubiiahiHu Oompany* Limited.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES���By carrier. 14 per year, %\ for three inonth*, 40c per
��ii     tiy  maiJj  m  DW _'���"��'.  -fr per mon Iff,
���tOVBHTl&XNQ  HATKU on application.
WOULD RID CITY ff
CHRONIC KNOCKER
Chatham's   Mayor Offers  to  Buy  Out
Pessimistic Alderman���Worse
Than Cmalluox
trlmental to tlle city's business Inter I
eats and  the city's  welfare, and con-)
eluded that if Aid. Houston wns sol
Idissatisfied with hls lot, he might de-!
aire to move to some otln-r more oon-
Iganlal spot, if relieved of hia property,   it was purely a business proposition  that  was  pul   to  Aid.  Houston,
and the use Of the words, 'open bvlh-1
cry.' |i an absoluto perversion of the
Ifacts,  ��s  Aid.  Houston   well   knows
I notwithstanding      liia      self-parad d
I righteousness nml honesty.
"This whole matter has arisen from
Aid.- Houston's  objections  to  the  as-
sessmiiu. umi when he Insinuates dis
honesty and improper motives on tli"
part of others in lha assessment, he
deliberately tries to mislead the pub
lie. A chronic knocker is more abhorrent than smallpox."
The controversy between Ihe mayor
nnd the alderman Is causing wide
comment throughout the Olty, nud Is
nbout the livliesl sensation tlie city
has bad tor many month*1.
FRIDAY MORNING,      AUGUST 29, 1913.
THAWITI8.
A homociil.il maniac escapes from
���11 Americas aaylum, gets across ths
Canadian border, is caught and the
papers are lull of the cuse, print pictures i f blm, bis relatives, hls lawyers, the non who captured him, tell
whal im oats, how he sleeps, why he
doaan'l wear a pale blue tie with llghl
green socks und altogether act us
though lluir principal mission in life
was 10 print the blographler of lunatics.
That's what they call live newspaper stuff these days.
Of course, lf the papers would'nl
print such a lot of rot the public, of
DOcassity, wouldn't read it and up to
that point the papers ure to blame.
but, then, on Hie other hand, the
���papers wouldn't print It If tlle public
dldn'l v. ant it and iu that regard the
fault l'.os with the people who read.
V Thaw had not had millions al
bis bach to carry on an expensive
' legal fight he would have been
executed Ions ago for the killing cf
White, so that all this public Interest
ia being taken In a man who missed
thc electric chair slmplj by reason of
his dollars and a doubt as lo hl3
sanity.
Tho sore part, of tbe whole matter
is thnt the Canadian papers are
worse offenders than the journals
across the line, where lhe hone if
tlw; yellow press Is supposed to bs
located, Supposedly Bta'.d publlca
tions in Toronto, Montreal and else-
arbore throughout the Dom nlon are
spoiling the appearance of their frcnt
pages with columns of the Thaw stuff
and the people are gobbling il up
��ith the avidity of a sucker after
worms.
Altogether it's sickening.
to her. the woman hldli
her handerohioi,
"1 wlll just double thai si n'ence,"
said the justice, "and make it 30 daya
In the county jail because ol your dis-
play of religion.-, mania while In the
presence of the court."
For two hours afier Heine was taken back to the detention room of the
police court awaiting the completion of
the court bqsbIoii be was cruched on
his knees In a corner of the room
praying for delleverance, Ha was lin-
aiiy picked up by Emergency Officer
Daniel Pbelan and carried to the police elevator. After being lodged in
his Cell he mail" lhe night hideous
With exhortations and pleadings lhat
the justice who sentenced him ue si -
verely puniBhed.
��� Chatham, Ont��� Aug, 88. Mayor
i nm ti has replied to the open Idler
addressed to him by Aid, M, Houston
  if ihis city.    Aid,  Houston charged
"****���'*"*       thai   iiie  mayor bad    attempted    to
ber taco in |,r,i,,. *,,.;,,,  wnen |K, offered  him   a
lump sum fl r all the real estate own- ,
. il by lho aldi rman.
Mayor Dunn says, In part:   "Some
pet pie   an*   burn    pOBBlmlstS   and   al
ways see the dark s de, and are naturally  whal  in modern western par-
lance are called 'knockers.'   This In'
tbelr   misfortune,    For   many   years I
Aid,   Houston  hai  been   fighting  a.;- i
Bessments, and Boarccly a year passes I
thai  ho  is  noi  before the court    ol
revision   crying  down   tho   value  of
properly in the I'ily,    During his term
of office he has lost no opportunity
to cry blue ruin.
"Several business and public-spirited men bave looked upon this as de-
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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.
WHY BUY FOREIGN CEMENT
when you can Rot aa good, or lictler, manufactured ln B. C, vis.:    the
the celebrated "VANCOU1 Mil" llraud. guaranteed to    -pasa Standard
SpeolfloaUons of American und Canadian Engineers' AssociaUon.
We would also call attention t" our Vitrified Hewer l'lpe from
4-ln. to i-M-in. In diameter. This Is ulsu made lu Ilils I'rovlnce and we
consider superior to any Imported artlole
Wo also carry a slock of Crushed Kock, Washed f'.ravel, Sand,
l.ime. Piaster, etc
See us before ordering elsewhere.
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
Phones 15 and 16.
902 Columbia Street W.
Ixmdon expects to be the b.-st
lighted olty iu the world when its new
Hystem of hiRli pressure gas is in-
-stalled. If hiKh pressure gas does thu
���irlcK. [here s ali kIiius Oi latent illumination in some of these n.w lowns
jou see advertised.
In some of the countries of Europe,
when tbey tinu it hard to catch a slippery criminal they have bis map exhibited in ihe moving picture thoatres.
Thore'd probably be a howl In thi*-
tair land if the people were asked to
surrender ,their good money to sue a
-succession! oi bacK and fruit v.ows cf
Rill tho Thus. Louie the Bip aad
others of that ilk.
The American papers are doing
>lieir best to marry off Vincent Astor,
rhe eighty-millionaire, but. while Vin
���cent apj.i irs to be willing to he led
to the n.alr. .:oiiial pool, he hasn't yet
shown dny symptoms of thirst, at
leant not so much as some of the
ttiarnn* who have their optics glued
on that overgrown fortune.
Ijadies. s��t your furs to match your
hair; that's fashion's order for the
���.be coming winter, but if vou have a
���particularly good s?t of furs left over
Jrorn last snow time and the man vou
tnrnm's'-d to love and cherish shows
���disinclination to part company with
the necessary slmoleons, then it is
permissible to get your hair to match
vimr furs.
lining a republic doesn't make
oviental heads any safer in China than
when the Manchus held the emplng
job in the Forbidden City. Kvery day
���aumn of the folk over whom Yuan Shi
Kai riileH are getting in the vtay rf
the executioner's sword and having
iheir feet cut off just below thc chin.
When the local miu'icers gal
Ihrons-h discussing theli troubles
-there'll hardly be enough wind left 'n
the whole bunch y> blov, an K flat
i Timet.
President Wilson le reported to hav
outlined a watting policy with regard
to Mexico So has Huerta: h��'i wil'-
ing to s'*e what Wilson's waiting for.
That Minneapolis man   wbo   made
tu-vr-n   different   BttoRinU   to   kill   his
������"ee. mav -ot he nil thai i; ejected
of a rond husband, bul he nvlde"'ly
paaaeese* i*<>- perseverance that wins
wucccrs  in life.
���HEINE  GETS  RELIGION   IN
SOMEWHAT LARGE BUNCHE8
SpCkane, Aug. 28 "I'm a Christian
���and the llible teaches nie that I shall
not swear, so I refuse to he sworn,"
declared Peter Heine, a Herman
preacher, convert of Sister BllklPS,
wben arraigned In police court, on the
���charge of disorderly conduct for making bo attempt lo steal his baby from
ti'm wife. Heine, clad only In shirt.
trmiBOTk, suspenders and shoes, began
a tirade before Justice Witt anil was
lorriblv Disced cn the witness stand
by Bailiff Smith. Several times during
hia exhortation he was ouiete:! In fhe
Judge, His wife testified against him
arel ileel ired thst Heine is a worthless
character and thai he has not adder!
to h'-r support for several months, hul
h.'s Instead heen wilklng the streets
��if the to.Mi with a Japnnese preacher,
another convert of Sister Blikiss.
Fifteen days In the cltv Jail was the
������penalty meted out hv Justice Fred
Wit I, "I refuse to take the sentence,"
���ahonted the preacher, nnd then leaping from the witness Stand he walked
���down to where his wife was sealed
���mil addressed a score of abusive terms
.���S-X-l ***.
kssebessssh
We are still slashing the prices on Shoes. OUR ORDERS for Friday and Saturday's
business have been to CUT STILL DEEPER THE PRICES ON EVERY SUMMER
SHOE. While our prices were low last week, there has been a tremendous reduction
for this week-end. To prove this we wTould ask you to size up the prices as displayed
in our windows, or even better, STEP IN AND BE STILL FURTHER CONVINCED.
Now Here Are Some of Oor Offerings
All Displayed on Bargain Tables
TABLE N 0.1.
This contains about 90 pairs of Ladies'
Gun Metal Pumps���shoes that we
hought this summer and sold right
along for $4.00. While they
last, a pair	
$1.00
TABLE NO. 2.
Ahout 300 pairs of White Canvas Hutton Boots for ladies. These shoes have
only been in the store since July last
and have sold for $3.50.    To
sell them at sight, a pair	
95c
TABLE NO. 5.
These are some of the best bargains���a
great variety of Sherwood   and   Cross
Low Shoes; all 1913 styles;        tfi AC
every day sellers at $5; now... .*���$���*��� tfd
TABLE NO. 6.
Packard's tan, gray and gun metal Oxfords; July, 1913, arrivals and the very
latest young men's shoes. You paid $6
for them up till a week ago. tf��) Ar
Now  fCAJ
TABLE NO. 9.
Youths' Bright Calfskin School Boots;
..$1.95
best shoes on the Coast; $2.50
values for 	
TABLE NO. 10.
Packard's mahogany Russia Oxfords
a niftj 1913 shoi.   About 75
pairs left, for	
$1.95
TABLE NO. 3.
A line of Brown Velvet Shoes, Russia
tan calf, patent leather and gun metal
Low Shoes: all $5.00 shoes, for... .$1.95
Misses' tan and kid Mutton
Boots; values to -S:;.5i>, for, .
$1.95
TABLE NO. 4.
90 pairs Packard's American Low
Shoes for men; patent leathers especially. These shoes were bought last July
and sold for $6.00 up to a week ago. Our
sale price finds them at, a
pair	
$2.45
TABLE NO. 7.
Ladies' Evening Sinn'.���We are making a great showing in this line; Fox's
Velvets, Patents, Suedes and many other $5.00 lines now selling
for 	
$3.45
TABLE NO. U.
Ladies' Lace Boots; patents and vici kid
$5.00 boots for il At
leathers; very comfortable.       J-wsl-J
TABLE NO. 13.
200 Pairs ladies' assorted lines of Low
Shoes; mostly patents and dull Lather;*
our best makes and this vear'
shoes at $5.00.  Now .. .'....
$3.45
TABLE NO. 11.
120 pairs Child's Hutton Boots; splendid school boots.   These are $2.00 values and this fall's lino.  Sale
price 	
$1.45
TABLE NO. 17.
Boy's School Boots.    Our hand-made
$2.45
"Cote Shoe;" a $3.00 shoe
for	
TABLE NO. IS.
Youths' tan, lace and  button    Boots;
sizes 11 to 2.   A $3.50 line for,
a pair	
$2.45
TABLE NO. 15.
200 pairs Me. 's Calfskin Low Shoes;
wide and narrow toes; box calf leather and $6.00 value.   Sale
price 	
$2.45
TABLE NO. 19.
Girls' School Boot���Over 200 pairs
Misses' School Boots; splendid fall
shoes and not too heavy for tfo Ar
now. $3.00 and $3.50 values for. .ffc.lj
TABLE NO. 8.
Ladies' White Nu-Buk Shoes���This is
a line of $6.00 button boots; a dressy
summer and fall shoe at   a
$2.95
TABLE NO. 12.
Ladies' Satin Slippers; ladies' White
Poplin Pumps with large satin bow
and ornament; Fox made; -f) All
$5.00 and $5.50 values for -pCid
TABLE NO. 16.
Misses' Patent  Leather   Low   Shoes;
American made in neat styles; sold up
to last week for $2.50.
Special 	
$1.25
TABLE NO. 20.
This table contains all we have in Boys'
Canvas Shoes, Youths' Canvas Shoes,
Children's Canvas Shoes, and other odd
lines of $1.50 to $2.00 lines, for
a pair	
75c
You Can't Beat These Prices in Canada Today
FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
THE DAY FOR BARGAINS.
Columbia Street
New Westminster
SEE OUR ONE
POLLAR
"$.100  SHOES." FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAOt THRU
DRIVEN TO STEM
FOR CHILDREN
Father, Jailed for Theft, Fears for Future cf  HIb Motherless Family
ol  Six.
Spokane, Aug. 2H. Uriel -sl ricken ill
the plight of his family of six mother
less children,  for whose sake lie lias
stolen frequently in Uia last six
months, Charles Freeman's   greatest
worry ul the county Jail, where he
was taken Friday lo serve ix six
months' term for larceny, is over the
fate of hli youngsters,
"I don't want lo sas them  parted,"
i*,e raid yesterday afternoon.   "Hut I
ilnn't kin*** whal Ihey are nolng to do
I don't know who is taking cure ol
them, l'i' l nipposc lllldegarde, the
old-sat, is mothering them.
"The pellie iald I caused Ihem more
thorulile than any one else lu the city.
but l hiiveu'i don* anything like what
they said of nie It's been nip and
luck for lhe lost Ihree yearH I.) gel
cnntina lo live ou. and I huve hud very
little weik Mv own health broke
down for ii vhile following my wife's
death three years ago und lhal kept
ine flown.
"I became desperoie wben we got
ti wlier" w" had nothing uud took
what came  tlrst   to blind
"I was a foreman under Contractor
1* I,. Peterson for years und have
worked on many of the big lobs of the
city. If I had had lhe money for Immediate nods last spring I could have
got n Job with ihe Inland I'ortland Ce.
ment companv, us the manager Mr
Iirown wanted me to go to Mctalltic
Palll then, but I had no money nor
means to look after the children, and
besides hud hopes of another Job soon
Iiiii llilngs went from bnd to worse,
and when we Anally got down to nothing 1 hsd to take things for the
youngster's sake."
BROTHERLY LOVE
DRDG ON MARKET
Not Much of It 8hown When Tom and
Jim   Fight   Mstters  Out  In
Coust.
Toronto, Auk 2k A bull, a horse,
some geese, a stack of bay, and two
brothers. Tom and Jim Uilley. produced one of the most humorous cases
seen In the couniy police courl for a
long lime A EE Ward. J P., presided
aud It look him all Ills lime to listen
gravely lo the evidence The brothers
and lhelr wives, however, were serl-
niii' enu��li
This is tli" way it came about   The
two brothers have farms adjoining one
another In Lansing township, now the
corner of Wilson and Batbursl streets
Tom had a Mack of hay, about two
tons, lie claimed, and It was built near
Ihe line fence which separates the
two   farms    two   feet   away,   suld   lie
and his wife
lim has a horpe and a bull, ns well
us all kinds of geese The horse. Tom
alleged, ale away over half a Ion of
the bay mil of tiie stack by reaching
over the f, nee. and Spoiled Ihree rows
of mangels The geese got through tb"
fence and pulled up ihe seeds in the
garden and ale the turnips.
Total damage, said Tom and his
wife, was ik:t,ii They summoned
brother .tlm and his wife. I*. Blatter}
represented Tom.
.liin said the stack overhung on to
h's nroneriv and It was natural for
the horse to eat  it
"How far was the side of the stack
from tlo- fencef" counsel aski d .Mrs.
Thomas Wiley.
"I'll   about   two  feet."
"Did you see the horse eating the
hay?"
"Ves, 1 certainly did "
"How- far away is it now after the
horse has eaten s/   �����''.'"
"Ahout eight lc.   '
'.'Why, that must be a giruffe. not a
horse, what kind of a neck has il'.'"
asked Mi. Slattery,
"How do you know lhey were hls
fowl that trespassed?" Mr. Ward
asked Tom.
"I know them, all right. Tliey are
mi nine, anyway."
"What  kind  are thev?"
"He keeps all kinds "
James says he will pay for the
damage if a valuator Is appointed to
assess the damage. This is to be done
and the case wus adjourned fur a
wei k.
The militant brothers threw scornful glances at each other across    the
court."
rOTHERINO THRESHERS NOW.
I. W. W. Agitators Take to Fields But
Nd to Work.
Rosalia, Wash . Aug. 28, I. w. W.
agitators have succeeded in tying UP
threshing operation! lu a few place-
around here rod with the strike of 16
men, who were working In 1. I). Wp
Iiv'h crew, on the Ft. J. Kink place, tho
situation Is becoming serious.
The agitators have been urging harvest hands lo strike for ,a uniform
wage of ��3 per day. and in several In-
rtances small crews have made this
demand and farmers have paid It rath-
i- thnn stop harvest operations. However, the majority of the farmers have
como to town and secured other men,
rather than submit to the demand. The
customary wage Is $2.50 per day and
bonrd.
Citltens are becoming aroused over
the situation nnd despite the fact that
four or five agitators are constantly
serving terms on the rock pile, there
are enough malcontents at large to
hamner work In several places.
The crew working on Otto Itlngers
machine, pc-cu miles from town, haa
quit, demanding $?, wanes.
Glad News for Him.
.Tortlnnd, Ore., Aug. 28,-fleorge 1,,
HutOjVn, gen��ral irimngcr of the Portland roae fpftlval for many years and
one pf the best known publicity men
and Flks on the Pnclflc coast, has received word that, by the death of an
aunt In Illinois he has fallen heir to
an estate said tn be valued at t5<MH��.
He received notice of the legacy fropi
the publlc administrator ln tho home
town of his relative today. Hutchln Is
pf-esldent of the Pacific Coaqt Pestl
val* association.
The Sale of the
$140,00 Stock of Lees Limited
HAS SEI A fW RECORD FOR BARGAIN (KING.   CUSTOMERS ARE BUYING
GOODS IN WHOLESALE QUANTITIES. HAVE VOU BOUGHT YOUR SUPPLIES VET'
Don't Delay. You may never have another opportunity to supply wants at such
money saving prices. If you wish to furnish a home or refurnish your house or some
spare room, do so now. The real money savings are too good to overlook. We have
everything in Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Etc., for Bed Room, Dining Room, Parlor,
Hall and Kitchen.
Furniture
Office Furniture
Carpets, Rugs, Draperies
Window Shades
Dry Goods
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Gents' Furnishings
Trunks, Valises, Etc.
Hardware
Stoves, Ranges
Electric Lamps and
Fixtures
SOME OP OUR PRICES
Gents' Furnishings
12��/��c Sox, 3 pair for 25c
30c Sox, per pair 20c
75c Neckwear  50c
$1.50 Gents' Dress Shirts 50c
50c Underwear  : 25c
65c Fleece Lined Underwear 45c
65c Medium Weight Health Underwear 45c
$1.50 Soft Felt Hats  95c
$2.00 Straw Hats 50c
$3.00 Hard Felt Hats $1.75
Sweater Coats, from 95c to $3.75
$1.25 Boys' Sweaters 75c
Crockery Department
10c Plates, each  Sc
20c Plates, each  10c
35c iirown Tea Pots 20c
$14.00 !��7-piece Semi-Porcelain China Dinner
Sets  $3.75
$20.00 97-piece Dinner Sets $12.75
$4.50   6-piece Toilet Sets $1-95
$8.00 10-piece Toilet Sets $3.75
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Department
$1.50 Muslin Waists 45c
$2.75 Lace Waists $1.25
$4.00 Silk Waists $2.75
$5.00 to $7.00 White Lingerie Dresses $1.75
$4.50 House Dresses $1.50
$25.00 Ladies' Suits $7.95
$25.00 Ladies' One-piece Dresses $7.95
20c and 25c Knit Vests 15c
50c Knit Vests 35c
$2.50 "American Ladv" Corsets $2.15
$1.25 Children's White Pique Coats 75c
$3.00 Children's White Pique Coats . .$1.75
Hardware
$1.00 Alarm Clocks	
$12.00 Mantel Clocks	
$17.50 Refrigerators  	
$55.00 Reliance Ranges 	
S72.50 St. Clair Malleable Ranges.
... 65c
. $7.50
$11.00
$37.00
$54.00
��18.50 Cook Stoves $11.00
$12.00 Blue Funnel Oil Stoves; 3 burners $9.50
$9.50 8x10 vard Duck Tents; 8x10x2 $6.70
Dry Goods
$1.75 Quilt; full size $1.25
35c Sheeting; per yard 20c
$3.50 White Sheets; per pair $1.95
$1.50 White Bed Spreads   93c
$9.50 Blankets; per pair $5.75
$7.50 Blankets; per pair $4.50
$2.95 Flannelette Sheets; per pair $1-50
Crum Prints, per yard 10c
Extra Wide Ginghams; per yard 8Vic
35c Cotton Repp Suitings; per yard 15c
35c Hemstitched Damask Bordered Towels 20c
60c and 75c Silks; per yard 30c
85c Dress Goods; per yard ; 35c
10c Embroideries  '.  5c
25c Ladies' Hose   lac
50c Ladies' Neckwear 25c
ELECTRIC FIXTURES
$10.00 Brass Electric Lamps $3.00
$17.00 Brass Electric Lamps $8.00
$40.00 Special Electric Lamps $19.00
$65.00 Electric Vacuum Carpet Sweeper?.. $35.00
$12.00 Electric Fans $7.00
Electric Hanging Lamps, Chandeliers. Shades,
etc., etc^, all at sweeping reductions.
CARPET    DEPARTMENT
$2.00 Wilton and Axminster Carpet; per yard. .95c
$1.45 Brussels Carpet; per yard 85c
SOc and 90c Tapestry Carpet; per yard 40c
$18.50 9x9 Brussels Rugs  $11.50
$35.00 9x9 Wilton Rugs $18.50
$33.00 9x9 Axminster Rugs $16.50
50c 27x54 inch Reversible Rugs 30c
60c Carpet Door Mats 35c
$1.65 Reversible All-wool Carpet; per yard.
50c 27-inch Cocoa Matting	
$1.10 Nairns Inlaid Linoleum, per yard...
$1.25 Nairns Inlaid Linoleum; per yard...
$1.00
..30c
..65c
..79c
FURNITURE    DEPARTMENT
$281.00 Satin Walnut Dining Room Suite; buffet,
china cabinet, dinnei wagon, extension table
and six chairs $200.00
china   cabinet,   dinner wagon, extension table
and six chairs $200.00
$20.00 Sets of Solid Oak Dining Room Chairs; leather     Seats  $13.75
$43.00 Set of Dining Chairs; solid oak leather
seats $32.00
$19.50 Solid Oak Early English Dining Room Extension Table  $12.75
831.00 Golden Oak Extension Table 821.00
$49.75 Golden Oak China Cabinet $34.75
$2.25 Dining Room Chairs 85c
$19.00 Kitchen Cabinet  $12.75
$1.50 Kitchen Chairs    85c
$4.50 White Enamel Beds $1.50
$7.00 White Enamelled Beds; brass trimmed. .$3.75
$45.00 Brass Beds $27.50
$11.50 White Enamelled Beds; brass trimmed, woven
wire springs and mattress $7.30
$20.00 Bed Couches  $12.25
$19.00 Dresser and Stand $11.75
$10.50 Dresser; mission finish $9.75
$29.00 Golden Oak Dressers $18.75
$48.50 Solid Mahogany Dresser and Stand... .$32.50
$5.50 Rocking Chairs $3.95
$13.00 Den Arm Chairs $7.50
$27.50 Hall Stand $19.75
$20.00 Solid Oak Library Tables $14iK>
$35.00 Mahogany Parlor Cabinet $23.75
$6.50 Book Cases $3.75i
$60.00 3-piece Parlor Suite $41.75
$75.00 Upholstered Leather Chairs $39.50
$28.00 Den Settee; leather upholstered .$19.25
$20.00 Solid Oak Morris Chairs; loose eushions.$14.25;
$35.00 Sewing Machines $24.50
$55.00 Sewing Machines. $32.00
A Full Line of Office Furniture and Typewriters at
Startling Price Reductions.
Balance of Stock Marked Down Proportionately
All goods guaranteed as represented. Original price tags on all goods. We save you from 30 to 60
per cent, on your purchases. Goods sold for cash only. Deliveries at our earliest possible convenience.
Buy enough to last you for years.   Sale opens daily 9 a. m.  t
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Successors to Lees Limited
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 19)3.
Fresh Water and Salt
WESTMINSTER PORT      :-:      PACIFIC COAST
COLUMBIA STORAGE
TO SIAY AT THIS PORT
Big  Concern  Said   to   Have  Reached
Agreement With City Over Harbor Changes.
Vl itii iin- harbor improvement work
progroaslng, lhn '"���>' ooonoll aud tin'
hartal committee ara busy In arranging datalla connected with tin1 removal
��r tiie existing buildings and Indus.
trios, now located en Kront street, to
a point lurlher out In the Btream. It
Ih imdi rstooil that a majority -ot thf
precept water lot leaseholders have
<i mm- in an arrangement with ihn city
autborltics which will mean that New
Westminster loses none of the business Peine dons along the waterfront
affected by the Improvement work.
yesterday a meeting between the
harbor committee, the city council and
the representatives of the ll. ('. Pack
rri' association, owning the Colombia
Cold Storage building, waa held In
lln- mayor's office, when the -situation
to he f:icei) by Ihe company In moving out further In tlm stream just as
mon -is the Improvement work is completed) waa thoroughly discussed.
WnBe nothing definite was given out
hy either Bide il Is understood that an
amlcaws agreement was made wblch
���wii1 mem this company, operating the
halii ut neet, will remain in the city.
be taken up tlie coast for various gov.
ernment works. The piles used are
those brougbl from Australia some
lime ago and stored  lier,-1.
lu all they will be used at six places
up the Hriiiaii Columbia coast for
docks, wharves and ether works.
The lug Fearless, of lhe .1. Mayers
company, has been put in drv dock al
l.ulu island. Bhe lias In en out of the
water all wet k and the work of repairing should Boon be completed,
d's-
tbe
"/ILL DOCK  TODAY.
Chilian  Barque  to Come  to  Ha:
Mill for  Lumber.
Vanoouver,   Aug. 2.x.   Having
charged  most  of  lur   ballast   in
stream Ihe four-masted Chilian barque
I County of Linlithgow will oome along
Hide llm Hastings mill tomorrow morn-
j lng  to  load  a   cargo  of  lumber  fnr
iValparaiso.   The owners have not vet
appointed    a    successor    lo    Captain
Mueller, who died at   sea on the voyage to  Vancouver,  and    Hi"    Chilian
mate is -still in charge of Ihe ship.
TAK NG HARDWOOD
PILES FOR SIX DO--.K?
iv- -fever-al davs past a cant: of m n
has been at. work at the bum-yard on
I.uin Island loading hardwood piles to
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TIDE TABLES���FRASER RIVER.
For the Week  Ending August 31.
Westminster,       Band Heads,
High,       Low.
Time. Hgt Time. Hgt.
13:40 M.2   6:12   .1.7
21:38 11.7 16:36 10.1
16:08 10.9   8:14   8.0
22:25 11.5 18:30 10.7
16:66 11.6    7:20    2.3
23:54 11.3 20:12 in.7
16:20 12.0    S:22    1.6
21:24
i7 11.3    9:16
>3 12.4 22:14
45 11.5 10:04
ll' 12.8 22:37
52 11.? 10:40
46 12.0 23:38
a while thc  fans will  bc able to get
acquainted   with    inside    big    league
���tuff.
ICddip. Tinner, a one armed tele
grnphfr of l'liukeepsie, N.Y.. Is some
ball player. He Is winning is games
as a pitcher while Is batting average
is over ..'ton. Send hlm along to
help ItUl Qrabam win the lower mainland clutmpionship.
One of the I'at ricks is here, and another Is to oome. Then the brothers
wlll tour the east: but what will hap
pen nexl. Any way. It will he the
part of prudence for those having
charge of hockey players nol lo allow
their charges to si ray far from home
or slay out nights. If Con .lone-
made tronble, whal can two Patrick'
accomplish along lhal line?- Mc ntreal
Star.
GOOD CHANCE FOR
B.C. HOP GROWERS
Small   Crcp   Across  the   Border
Demand   There  Is  Ctrocrr
Than Ever.
Social and P
ersonal
I). S. Curtis, wife and daughter returned from their vacation last evening.
John W. Schram. district traffic
chief of Ihe H. (1. Telephone company.
Is making an Inspection trip in llie
Kamloops district.
Mrs. C. M. Nicholson and the Misses
A. and M. Nicholson returned last evening' from a visit In Alberni where
they were the guests of ('apt. nnd .Mr*,
.lames  Cr-oll,   formerly   of  this  cily.
WEEKLY BANK
CLEARINGS GOOD
Date.   Time.
Hich. I ow.
2.") 14:40 7:57
22:M 17:25
16:10 9:00
23:25 19:.10
16:55 10:25
21:10
0:55 11:25
17:2:1 22:2n
2:25 12:30
17:15 22:25
3:45 12:20
IS: 20
4:50 0:25
1S:45 14:05
1:
16:
17
17
10.0
1.0
9.1
0.8
7.11
1.0
fi.fi
North  Yakima,  Wash.,  Aug.  2V    '!
believe lhat  thc    hop    crop    of    ilu
Yakima valley win be aboul two-
thirds of the normal," Is the declaration of M. I.. I'lnoii.-i, of Portland and
North Yakima, one of the leading
growers and buyers of thc northwest,
"1 have spent a week in going over
the hop yards of the valley and 1 be
lleva that estimate is correct," said
.Mr. PtnoUS, "That includes both the
old and new yards. The hops are
also uneven this year; that is, some
are more matured than others
n    Proportion    to    Population    New
Westminster Stands Well  in  List
of Canadian Cities.
Toronto, Aug. 28. i'he Canadian
bank clearings for tin- wees ending
August 28, as compared with (i.e
Corresponding period ot IBIS, are al
follows:
11112.
$ 44,446,697 $
86,208,131
21.422.04:.
10,014,606
2,1127.220
3,363,148
2.210.712
Montreal .
Toronlo ..
Winnipeg
Vanoouver
Calgary ..
Ottawa . ..
Edmonton
Hamilton .
Quebec ...
Victoria . .
Halifax   ..
Regina    ��� ���
P.G.E.
bi
til
iducatl i.
WORK ON LINE
Gocd      Progress     Bring     Made
tinqutshed Visitor Nov; in
Vancouver.
-Dis-
on  October 11.  will    ^^^^^^^^^
of young architects
It if, altogether likely that travelling scholarships, providing an excellent architectural cour-"' abroad.
will he found d hv Canadian architects. This scholarship will likely be
awarded lo lie' most BUCCi s-fnl
student, at ihe architectural course at
Toronto university and McGill,
Medicine  llat.
Westminster   .
Hrandon  ..
Lethbridge   ..
Totals
SPORT CHATTER.
I'at
Hill
yes-
Illy the Potior.!
Forgetting all about lacrosse,
jFeeney, Johnny Howard and
Vancouver, Aug 28 The work on Bailey made n good haul cf lish
tlie construction of the Pacific (Ireat terday in tin- north arm. The catch
Eaatern railway, which is now in pra- was tlie envy of many a Columbia
���gross ou the north shore, is making atreet pedestrian who passed tin- trio
considerable headway, and it is stated   when they arrived  in  th" city.
lhat the company will, under ordinary , 	
conditions,  have  the line    completed*    The Burnaby    Field    Hockey    club
aecording lo agreem'Tit  well    within   will   hold  Its  annual
time.
^^^^^^^^^^^ meeting In the
Kdmonds club rooms at 8 o'clock this
evening.
The conat ruction wnrk is bong car
rled out by I'. Welch, who has four
camps a Ion.!.; the line or route, which
are employing about 360 men in clear
tog,  -grading and  pile    driving,    Mr,
HcKl Uaf  is  superintending   the  con-	
Btructlon' At the No. 1 camp, situated  ways  slipping
in the city  west of tho    Fell    dock i,  and youth.
about  70 men are  employed,  and  thc I 	
Clearing of the richt of wav has been ' One thing Harry Thaw has had thp
completed with over a mile or the'satisfaction cf seeing tin- eastern
roadbed .constructed which extendi townships in mld-Bumuier. if Harry
from   tho   Cell  docks   west   to  almost could   only  see   n   real   laeross-  game
the  trip  would   le-  a  success,  thc im-
Minto cup lacrosse games and    the
provincial     fair     remind     even     the
thoughtless that summer    is    getting
Well,  that is  summer's way���al-
from   us,   like  money
^^^^^       St.  .lolm   ...
"I have visited all the hop yards in I London .. .
Western Washington and know con- i Saskatoon ..
ditlons there. There are bin 68 newl-Moose Jaw .
acres, from which 1 expeel about 860 Fort William
bales. The old yards will produce Brantford ..
about 66 per cent, of what they did i
last yenr.
"Our Oregon correspondents estimate the Orei.( n crop to be 86.000 or
80,000 bales, if it is all harvested. The
hot weather there has done a great
ileal of damage Tlie Portland quotations now arc ix and 20 cents, li is
well known, however, that early
lu.ps are always quoted from 2 to r,
cents a pound less ih.in thev brill *
later in the season.
"Kvery hope grower of Washing on.
Oregon and California will understand
why such efforts are being mad'- t(>
break un a legltln a*" ma'kel '' **'��� '
Imp dealers know tli".! the Ene'lsh
and Herman yield will be 1'-.t a II tie
over 50 per cent, of last year's cron
with a two-thirds crop In the United
State's
"Never In lhe history of hon business did conditions warrant such good
print b ''cr the coming crop Thr- cro
is now made, the burr hot fori- d a"-1
we can estimate what the ylfld wlll
be. It cm not*1 Improve anv and con
ditlons may arise that vvill seriously
affect it.
"The crop for the United State*
for ihls season will bo just about
241 .'inn bales, Oregon bring estimated
at 90AoJ, iCallf'-ruia 85.000, Washington 3(f.0o0fan*a Nev York 30.0 10. The
L'nited S'ates consumed !������:���' vear
over 250.ooo bales of domestic hops
alone and will take more this season."
3,067,327
2.0 12.7 14
2,984,895
1,781,U93
1,638,076
1,407,31)7
1,436.721
1.211 992
971 274
858 717
553,792
631 766
504.3S3
448,027
484 886
1912.
12.721.122
21.127.lllH
24,187,670
12,996 i 61
6.144,836
5.615,11
4,475,853
2,957 559
2.621.2 13
3 178,528
1,851,668
1.79 1,086
I 732.093
1,336,195
1,941 681
1,139,672
742,093
4 17,486
,127,6s:
630,089
$141,728,429 -$181,170,6
STRIVING TO AVERT
'FRISCO  WATER  FAMIN-
f5.in Francisco, Aug 2V To averl
i!-ing. r of a water famine in the dis
trim supplied by tlm Quyamaoa Water
company near Snn Diego, the rn Ina 1
commission directed the company today   to   increase   Its   water  supply   bv
pumping planta or otherwise, ami
authorized the companv to increteo
its rates io a reasonable extent, in
answer to the commission's order
which v.as telegraphed the company
wired it would at once proceed with
the '.vork.
I
^^^B       Back to Work.
Ottawa, Aug. 28. Hon Arthur
Meighen, solicitor general wlll arrive
in ''',- capital before tbe end or tin*
week, to assume the duties of his office.
the Capilano Indian reserve. There
are aeveral small bridges to construct
in order to connect tho embankments
���divided by the mountain Streams.
McCill Faculty.
Several additions have been made
to the faculty   of McGill    university
migration law  notwithstanding.
It is only a short, time ago that
the Kngiish Olympic committee turned down the offer of Li rd N it* cliff i,
better known as Alfred  Harmsworth,
college, as shown by the calendar "for  lf a Bift of -5-50O.OOO with the idea thai
thn
corning academic year. II. T.
Irfignn, HA. (McOill), HA. lOxonl,
lias been appointed lecturer In flreck;
K. A. Stone, M.i.K. (McOill), lecturer cheap. Nnrthclillc
in engineering; Professor b. Killam. ,he ,,IT'r wll!n '"
It.A., formerly professor in science in
llrunswick
Collene for Tiokam;.
Sp' kan<*, A'tg 2* It haB been
practically settled that Whitworth
college win bo moved from Tacoma
to Spokane within the next year. At
a conference of the president and
oilier officers of the college with
Spokane Presbyterians and business
men Tuesday, an offer to bring the
college to Spokane if this city would
give a free site and $100,000 was
mad" by Dr. Donald McKay, prcs'dent
of the college.
Moun I Allison. New
B.Sc, (McOill), lecturer in mechanical
engineering, lectures will begin this
year tm Tuesday, September 30. Sup
plemental examinations in applied
science commence August 2S; summer school in surveying opens Sep
tember 1; and supplemental examinations in art be^in September lit.
Christmas vacation begins December
39, and -ends January 6.
if such a sum were to come from otic
individual   lor   trainiug   athletes.    It
might    mak'     the    proposition    look
stuck a Join r    i'i
  clalnud  the  r'-.V
to select tin- athletes himself.    Nov.
and comes an appeal  from  lord this ami
lord  that  for a  national contribution   hospital here today
cf half a million    dollara   and   onlv
$25,000 came In the first week    Per
haps  they  regret   their  hasi.,   ncth n
The d.ntli of Lull Young in thl
Vernon arena last Friday is sounding
the knell of boxing In the state of
California. One cannot give much
sympathy to thi promoters when th'".*
s'-nd a green man like Voung Into the
ring agalnsl a well trained fighter
like Willard.
Lexington, Ky.. Aug. 28. ('leant
Deachy, jr., one cf the meat w d -iy
known trotting horse trainers and
drivers  In   America,  died  al   a   local
       d    62    years.
Beacby for the last few years had
charge of the stable of Miss Kather ni
I,. Wilkes; i f Oalt, Ont.
A brother, Knd Deachy, is cm* rf
the editors cf the American Horse
Breeders' Magazine of Boston.
;   PICKLIING   TIME
Is Drawing Near.
i We have a choice line of vinegar
this year, especially for pickling.
Janes' Apple Cidar Vinegar in half
gallon glass bottles, per bottle . .. ,60;
Due gallon glass bottle, per bottle 85c
White   Wine   Vinegar   ia   half   gallon
glass bottles, per bottle   10 *
Pickling Spice,    per    packet    1"'-.    3
for  26c
Whole   cloves,   Clnnaman,   Ai!.jp:ce
Mace,  etc.
Choice   Eastern   Townships   Ilutler   "
lbs. for $10'
Fancy Creamery Butter 2 lbs. fnr 71c
Local   Dairy   Mutter,  per lb 35c
Cooking Butter, per lh    25c
Clothes Pins  i dozen for lie
Old  Dutch Cleanser   2 fnr 25c
Liquid Ammonia, per b---ttle   15-
Choice Table Peaches  2 tba. 2.V-
Malaea flranes, per lb 15c
Hot House Tomatoes, per lb 20c
Okamienn Celery (very fin") 2 lbs. 25-
If you want the b"st  try
Dean's Grocery
Phone 3e6.
Burr  Block. Columh'a   Street.
Kays the Minneapolis Dally Newa:
"From Vancouver, B.C., come the
tidings thai Willie Ritchie will fight
Eddie Moy tor the lightweight championship i n Labi i- l ib) Whi In It Is
Mi v and by whal  r ihi Is he lighting
Bartenders Warned.
Two bartenders were given warning
that their licenses would ba cancelled
by thr- license commissioners >'sti*r-
day if lhey should again strike CUB-
tomb, rs William Pierce and Philip
Hanafin wire the men Hanafln wai
nail) to have struck a debtor when |i,<
ref"s d to hand over $10. Georg ���
Hush had his license BUBpended for a
month tor selling liquor In flasks tor        "
consumption  outside     Four    birlen- .     ,       ..        ,.    ,
dors'  licenses were granted and Hove       ���'"''"   McOraw,  ot     tbe    Nt ���   rk
refused Giants. Is ono manager who  >ii-*iiiit';.
" Ornanizin-g Prorrrs, Club. ��   **���*���*������* "'*':n   r'*''"   "e'? ]\'""rA ,  ?
The organisation of the members o! ��*��wr "ho pokes the ba'l Into left
the Progrew cluh into sec-linns i, ie,*.���. ''*ls ������������������' chance with John .1 be
being undertaken bv the olub off'clnts '""s" '"' ''"'"^ lhal :' pok' ' ' r,*hl
T1i"se sections w-li be known as the " '"h """ ''"'������' '"' ,'',s' i;,','" P''
club welfare, publicity, industrial n - ���'*" more than a drive to lefl After
Yelrrpnent,    provincial     developmen1    ������ ��� ���*���
and tho civic Improvement sections
letters are being suit out to all t' ������
members requcstinig them to spec fv
���which section of th" work they wtsh
to become l-flentlfiml with. The objec'
of this new move Ib to give evi---.
member of fete club an opportunity ti
do some work along whatever line he
Is Interested.
DtB-tincu'ished Vi-a'-tor.
Sandrn Perkins. F.H.O.S.. of th-'
land and colonization department of
lbe Canadian Pacific rallwav. 's at the
Hotel Vancouver on one of his annual tottrn across the continent He
han tra-velled In r-rany lands and Is c
well known es'lorcr. l'e has writl'ii
k book about his o- icrirnces In th"
Arct'c. He hr; <"��� l'v-red rnonv l��n-
fores nb-^i! Canada throughout the
Ilr'.t eb Isles.
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:    VANCO1
Branches  Throughout  the  Province
ol
itt     Bt
British
Savings Department nt all Branches IVpiiHltf
upwards received and interest at the hiKheHt ru
credited half yearly
Columbia.
One Dollar and
i.i   rate  paid  or
world.
A  GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS  TRANSACTeO.
Drafts  and  Travellers'  Cheques sold,  payuble  in  rill   parts  of  tti��-
CHAS. G.  PENNOCK, General   Manager
-itistcr   Branch A.  W    BLACK,  Manager.
ison
Theat
re
VITAGRAPH fclG SPECIAL TODAY
***>���**
e \Vnite Slave
TO GIVE  FCHOLAftFHIP
TO VOUNG  ARCHITECTS
Ottawa. Aug. Ht. One of the mosl
Important questions that wll lm
dealt with by Canadian architects sl
the conven'ion of the Itoval Archi
t-e-e'urai Instttnte ol Canada tn hn
held In tlalRary September 1 r> ami 16
txvtt th" e.onventlon of the Ontario
JLrchllc-rta' association    in    vfamSlxmi
A beautlf i siory of the divs bcfci th* War. A s-r'ei rf thrilling ftcenca, following one af or
the other in rapid biiccosbIch, with ti love -.lory running all thr ugh Two reels. Produced by tho
talented Vitagraph players headed by
THE GOVERNOR
Lub n.  a   Picture of  Irtcrse  Heart Interest.
80NC,   BY  THE, LAWRENCE  CHILDREN.
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A Day of Unusual Promise
in Our Friday Bargain List,
and Every Promise Guaran-
teed of Fulfillment
Come at 8:30 Today
Final Clearing Prices on   Women's Suits,  $8.45
In this lot we have i-mpcd together for today's selling there are many unusual bargains; sutta that sold
from  Ii'ii nu to $25.0 IOUI   twenty   Included, as tweeds, fancy  worsted Cloths, serges, etc.;   In grays, tuns.
navy, etc.; sizes 34 to 10 inches.   Today! Bargain   $8.45
\   Women's Coats at a Great Price Reduction, $7.85
It's seldom at this si ism of the year Hint we offer such tempting ooal bargains. Tliere ure too many of
these  weights on  the  racks,   coats that are suitable for early fall wear,   in   fancy   coaling   tweeds,   rpottga
cloths, coating Berges, etc.; big showing of styles and shades; values thai Bold for Ji.'.oii to $18.60, ami
Blzes  16 misses' to 10-lncb bust.    Today'B Bargain      S7.85
Coats for Children and Misses Less Than Cost, $3.88
These stylish little coats thai come In sizes fitting I I i 16 years; sh iwn are fancy tweeds In grays and
fawns; wool coating fabrics, Berges, etc . neatly trimmed and well finished In all rospects; values regular to
.-'���:.      Today's Bargain, each  S3.38
Women's Underwear for Rush Selling, 39c
Values Regular to $1.35
Thin showing of underwear should interest many: women's rine rlbb id Swiss lisle and silk vests, fancy
trimmed, with ribbon and  lace,   also drawi rs. Knee lengths, lace trlnini  d; all .-,1/es. Today's Bargain.  39c
Children's Cloth Dresses Every Mother Should See
Dresses that you are almost sure to need about school opening season; tn si rues, cashmeres and cloth.*;
shades In this lol an- saxe. navy, cardinal and black and white; ages fitting 3 to t years; values to $8.60,
���1 ..lay's Bargain %*..48
Dress Goods Will Sell        Tcday   We   Offer   Very
Special   Inducements  for
Early Shopping
Fast Today, Friday
Bargain, 58c
REGULAR VALUES TO $1.25.
This lol Includes a show Ing ol almost ovi rj mal ������ ������'
. loth fi- im ti gular .-' *'- slow .-��� rt li ngths
iid odd shades; none hul whal you will Bay v mid
i, good value io double tins f I ti 11 r ��� ��� Cloths aro
t .'.'������ ���:!.'*, .-*' rges In cream, black and navy; cords,
repps, crepes, etc.    Today, ier yard 58c
House and Street Dresses
Almost Half Price $2.58
Dreseea for women thai are cul  to pri-*c for quick
Belling; in cords, muslins, ginghams, cotton taffetas,
etc.; tig range of shades and styles; Blzes in misses
and up; values In this lot range from fi.iu to $6.51
Today's Bargain   S2.58
Hand Bags, $3.18
Values such as this lot represents for today should
make a quick clearance; In suede, leather and velvet;
In black and colors, values regular to $lu.()0. Today's
bargain   .     $3.18
PURCHASE  OF  CURTAIN  ENDS  ON  SALE
TODAY,  24c  EACH.
Wi rtunate  In   securing  from  a  maker ahout
:    rty t fins madras curtain ends;  In shades of
oream . ��� natural; slz.cn ranite about 3Bxfi4 Inches;
In somi i i r.* iinl other Blightly less; none of these
*������ Ttli less than .16c a yard. In some cases
double ' amount; both edges are hemmed, wit'
outet   edge  scalloped    or    plain.    Today's    Bargain.
 24C
Flannelette Bargains, 9c
28 and 38 lm n whlto nnd colored striped flannelette;
In good weight; with heavy nap. Today'B liar-
gain  9t
38-Inch Bpeclal striped flannelette; extra finlHh; free
from dressing; Rood selection of Shadings In blues,
grays and pinks.    Today's llarKiiln, per yard..ISA
Towels Very Low Priced
Glove Bargains, 53c Today, 19c Each
Women's Bilk Gloves; In two-button lengths; also
long lisles; Shades Of fawn, era:., wblte; navy and
black;   all sizes;   values  regular    to    $1.(10.    Today's
Bargain    53(
Embroideries, Extra Good
Bargains, 73c
Ten pieces all-over embroideries; small designs; In
nainsook,  muslin  and  cambric;   values  up  to  8150.
Today's Bargain, per yard 73c
Hosiery Specials for
Today's Selling, 33c
Women's and Children's Cashmere Hose; plain and
ribbed: in shades of black and tan; values to 50c. Today's   Bargain   . .! 33<
Hobc for women and children; In sizes 5'/j to 0'/i;
black ami tan; 11 ribs; fine grade cotton. Today'B
Bargain, per pair   18t
Large size colored Turkish towels; alao heavy linen
buck towel;  unod  full size,   values regular BOo pair
Today's Bargain, each  19C
Holb r Towels; In heavy linen crash; also towels In
brown and white Turkish linen and linen huck: ettra
large  sizes;   values   regular  Iin'  pair     Today's   H ir-
galn, each     27t
Colored Cretonnes, 9c
28-lnch fancy colored cretonnes; assorted designs and
shadings     ���fbday's   Bargain,  per  yard 9t
Scrims for Quick Selling
13c
KcrlniB and Casopient Cloths that aro marked exceptionally low tor Krlday Bclllnc; In .'!�� to 41-Inch
widths; rome with border; values to 40c. Today's
Bargain \*%t
Handkerchiefs, 3 for 25c Scotch Ginghams, 10c
Pure   linen   Handkerchiefs;   hemstitched  edge;   fine
thread.    Today's Bargain   3 ",r 25-t
full showing if our bCBl Scotch gingham; In plains.
s'rlnrs and clucks, 28-Inch wld'ha; all fnst washing
shades; values regular 16c,   Today's Bargain. XOtt
Stamped Centres, 33c Table Covers, 98c
Linen Centres; In stamped designs; floral and con- Klne finished merceri/crl table cloths; size 51x79
volitional; natural shades. Today's Bargain, Inches; hemmed; excellent quality and finish To-
each     33A     day's   Bargain        986
*..,* FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
M��l PTV9
News9 Sport Page That Everybody Reads
LACROSSE   :���:   CRICKET   :-:   BASEBALL   ;-:   BOXING
Championship Baseball
Saturday and Sunday
ALL CANADIAN HOCKEY
MA Y BE UNDER ONE HEAD
North  Vancouver vs.  Westminster at
Queen's Park���Circle F. vs.
Coqultlam.
After days of wrangling, the buttle
i i  tbe baseball championship cf the
I   wit   mainland   wlll     tuke     pi SOS     at
1'iasci Mills on h.'iday afternoon be-
tween the Circle K nine and the Port
Cnriintlaiii aggregation, Tin* winner
ol   this gnme  wlll  clash    at    Queens
park some evening next week against
the winner In the North Vancouver
New Westminster game to be played
here en Saturday afternoon.
Tbs fight Is on and there wlll ba
plenty doing for the fans of this
vicinity during the next few  days.
Cot Together.
Managers <in.v and Fitzgerald, of
the Circle I-' and Port Coqultlam nines
respectively, go) together and arranged nil the details of the affair to
take     place   at   the   Mllla on   Sunday,
which should prove the most Interesting encounter seen on a local diamond this season
Speclul cars will be run out to the
Mills nt 1:80 nml 2 'Hi o'clock tbat
ufternoon tiicrtler to accommodate
the crowd.
Saturday's name should nlso be    n
winner as both  Manager Jones    of
North Vancouver, und tlu- manager cf
the Westminster team arc feeling
confident of emerging from the ��"mi
final with a clean  Slate ready to take
ii crack .".*. either Coqultlam or Kraser
Mills.
Sept. 13 or 20 Dates Named
For Coming of D.L.A. Team
���tdviciH  from  the east indicate the
j formation ol    a    hockey    commission
j controlling     the     professional     name
from coast tu coast.
Practically   ail   the   n ii, a. mag'
CBteS are of one opinion that lhe
SOOner the national winter game Is
placid on a llrm foundation the bit
ter It will be for all concerned. Thn
eastern men have reason to feel that
way. Kver Blnce the Patricks started
the I'acilic Coast league tbey have
come ofl way ahead in Ihe matter ot
players, although they have had to
puy   high   for  them.
Grubbing such stars ns llrnii- Johnson, Kddle Outman. Prodgers and
Cyclone Taylor were the coups of the
II. ('. men last season which not only
forced the N II. A. to no nft'-r additional material to fin the gup, bul
also raised such dissension among
the remainder of thc N 11 A teams
thut the magnates were forced to
come through with additional coin
If a commission Ib formed It Is a
safe bet that the Patricks will lay
I down a set of rules which will mak"
It binding on the eastern men. This
spring tha lacrosse fans saw Vancouver and   Wesiminster agree  with  the
Big  Kour on  u  commluBlon  plan,  but
little came of It,
That   wus one occasion  whero    the
eaatern  men  una out on  top,  for
with the agreement Blgncd by Con
Jones und the Westminster cluh they
had little fear of a raid, and therefore
offered the players any amount they
saw fit. But there was no commission  formed.
Cloumbian College
NEW WESTMINSTER
Commercial   Department
opens Sept. 9th.
A. E. Etherington,
Commercial Master.
Miss A. Lorec,
Teacher in Stenography and
Typewriting.
Kor further Information  apply to
REV.A.M.SANFORD, D.D.
Principal.
THE CLUB
Saturday, Bepi   13 and    Baturday,
Hcpi   20 are tin* dates suggested by
��� , ��� Westminster lacrosse club for the
li tiding of Minto cup games between
i .. Balmon Bi lllea and tbe Irish Canadians, the champions of the bik
i ���*.
i Information was wired to Oeo
isdy, the owner of the Canadians
'   slso :<  big sport  promoter In  the
��� ���   i i.' changes may he made with
��� * present plans in event of the Attn
cultural s'.ciety deciding to make pro
tlonal lacfosss one of ths features
its  year's exhibition,
A  Clote   Race
Interi  ' li being work< d up among
ii.   mi the outcome ol the struggle
vii i i ot snd west In event of the
li  I.  A  champs making the trip and
��� ���   the   present   condition   of   the
under Tom Olfford, caused by
long layoff, the struggle will by
no mi ini be one-sided, In facl after a
-'Ten   In   the  cist   the  visitors
probably be favorites for the rirBt
��� ���
���       CUtP '���   of   Hie   It     A    k   I    S' ���
hi 1*1 'In lr weekly  meeting this
��� enlm    *.-.'���" n final decision will he
��� tether to gnaranti a a staled
.  ��� i the teams, or whether to rely
'-""   ns   at   the   fair
Wru'd    D*-aw   y *���***.
���   ���   year  the  Cornwall   team    the
- v , - - "i in., now defunct N I. 0 .
i**.    -ul   iii   irv   Rtid   "--re-at   t'1'-   cuo
"i- the,shores of the Kr-'-cr, but tin*
* was a foregone conclusion  tholr
nr'  being on a  mr - 'th  the
'    I'V-lio.      hence      th,.    f-i||i--e   to
��� '.   in) Attendance records    Shodd
ibltton people, however decide
lake 't-i ttie  aueailon    wtth    the
I--"  v m'i i-M-d nubliclty, thousands
fmm the lower mainland, Intel nlso Vancouver lsl��nd win
���  the '-in i" Westminster in order
I *  ��� ��� a glimpse ai the eaateri  stars.
WESI ENDS ON TOP
Hn- advantage, cross, who ib a legitimate 138 pounder ringside, Is allowing
tin-   Ileal   man   to come  Into the  ring
a< 138 pounds ringside, Cross displayed a commendable spirit when he
accepted   the    match    on    live    duys'
i" * c * showing himself to in- a boxer
who   Iris   wares   t"   display   and   was
���     nils  to   show   Ihem   to   the  public.
lb- made no quibble over the terms.
accepting    the    dub's    offer    at    a
moment's notice, and tuklnn the lirst
train to the scene of battle
Tlie men will enter the ring at 1:80
p.m. sharp,
ROVERS  AND  ALL-8TAR8
BOTH  8ET ON  WINNING.
Saturday's soccer fixture, the second
between the Rovers and the All-fitar
city team, which will take pluce ln
Bapperton   park,   will   doubtless   be   a
real test between the two aggregation! since the Hovers are determined
to wipe out the stain of last week'B
defeat.
That the victory of the city eleven
wu*- 'i surprise to the more experienced players is putting It mildly, and
ib suite th" statements of the manager
of the Itovers that a three coal lead
In hls favor will lie the outcome tomorrow afiernoon. the fact that the
city men will plav an even better camr-
thin 'hey did last week Is not to be
lost sight of.
I BILLIARD   AND   POOL
Rooms and Bowling Alleys.
Cor. Church and Columbia.
six Standard Continuous
Regulation Alleys. First-
class reading and committee
1 rooms.
Three English Billiard
Tables, seven Pool Tables,
best lighting and ventilation
of any Pool room on Pacific
i Coast.
I R. H. CORBETT, Manager.
FANTOMAS
AT THE ROYAL THEATRE TODAY
OUR
SAFE - DEPOSIT
VAULTS
ARE BURGLAR AND FIRE PROOF.
BECAU8E  -The walls are built of solid reinforced concrete two feet
thick.
BECAU8E���The lining of the vault Is composed of three layers of
half Inch  armor plate bolted together.
BECAUSE The main door weighs over Ave tons. Is eight Inches
thick and Is locked by  12 crossbolts ot 1%  Inch steel.
BECAUSE���The inner door weighs two tons and ls over three inchee
thick.
BECAUSE���The grill protecting the approach to the door ls made
of 11-2 steel bars Imbedded ln tbe floor and ceiling.
��� " i      ���
BECAU8E��� The vault Is protected by the American Bank Protection
Company's electrical devices, by which no one can
touch the vault, outside of office hours, without setting
off  the  alarm.
I
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT.
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONE8, Managing Director.
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Baseball Results.
Sapoerton Comes Out  Seccnd  Beat  in
Laot  Night's  Lacrosse   Match���
Ecore 4 to 2.
l'i",.  .
s* B
|. ,     II
! ��� ;*
ben
Of   Wi
,\ni,: ier victory was notched by the
Wets' lj. I intermediate team lust
eveinn" when they defeated the all-
stat Sappi iton aggregation nt l/uecns
park     The tlnal score wub 4 tn 2.
'lie* game was one of the most
ly contested  of the  season,  the
:   iii-ing Intersperoed   i>>    two
* <��� encounters which ended In
players gracing the penalty
. and gave Tlm Mghony plenty
rk keeping track of the play
*'���>������������ Binds took the lend lu the llrst
i, nail, r v hen Pentland end Allison
in ti bed i ne each. Th ��� former and
Storm' wer in the scoring in the
si ii 'I per d. dtirlp- which time Bert
Johnston slammed through the flrat
for Bapporti n.
After tl'-e minutes of play In thc
Seoond hnlf .lihnston attain scored.
IlilB antl lllll Patchell laid on the
stick, the former nnd .1. Chambers
leaving tbe field for ten mlnutea.
while close to time Keeney and Kollls
clashed nnd received the limit.
NORTHWESTERN
Ctanding  of  the
Vancouver     	
Portland    	
BeatUa 	
I Victoria  	
Tap una   	
Sppkans     	
Yesterday's G
At Vancouver
Portland      	
Vancouver      	
Hatteries    Martlnoni *
and Konn ���',..
Al Victoria
Rookane   	
Victoria      	
Hatterles:   Dotlglaas
Fitzgerald and Shea
At   Tacoma
Seattle   	
Tacoma   	
Hatteries    Olpe and
Olnntty and  Harris
AMERICAN   LEAGUE.
StandUm  of tbe  Clubs.
xV.   T*
Philadelphia    *1
Cleveland    72
Washington   OT
Chicago  0f>
Huston     50
Detroit    68
St    l-onls    4S
Ne-fl  York     40
Yejt-rday's Games,
At N'ew Vork:                       K     H.    HI,
' Philadelphia      9 IS      2
|New Vork  :i   lit    n
Datterlesi     Bender    and    Schang;
Schultz, Warhop and Sweeney.
At  Boston: it.   ll.   B,
Washington     0     ti      1
lb -ton       1      8      1
Flatteries:   .lohnson   and   Alnsmlthi
Collins and Carrigan; ll innings.
Little men c&n be
Swell Dressers, too.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Get our Prices on Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Rotary
Cut Fir Veneer Panels.
Delivered on the Job. __
Enquire about our special stockes, they ars money savers.
ii
THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO, LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
LEACH CROSS COMING
Will Be on Hand Tomorrow for Labor
���iy Fight with Frank Barrieau
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
C*.and,n-i of the Clubs.
W.    I,. Pet
N.w Verk     SS    '7 .OSfl
Philadelphia   os   45 ,noS
Chicago   05   r.5 r.42
Pittsburg  os   54 .i.-ig
"toeklvn     52    01      .148
pQston  50   (11     rn
t'liclnnatl ...' 4!l   '���'.*>      .3(15
St. I-oiiIb 44    .7      .361
Yesterday's Games.
At Hrooklyn: fl.    H.    B,
Hoston       1      9      1
Hrooklyn     5     8      1
Batteries: Perdue and Whaling, Allen:   Hnrkrr nnd  Miller
At Philadelphia: H.    II.    K
Ww Ver1'      2     ��     t)
Philadelphia   7     9     1
Hit lories: Marunard Crandall and
McLean:   Seaton and Kliefer.
Walter Johnson's Fall.
HoBton, Aug. 28. -Walter Johnson's
second attempt for the present season to set up a new pitcher's record
for successive victories, failed today
whon Boston won an 11-timing contest from Washington 1-0.
-SweHBr^.^^"0-^-^
TTUt /"Wl.      R.�� mUS.
Vancouver. Aug. 28.���l,each   Cross,
one ot the three greatest lightweights
in the world, will appear at Brighouse
on    labor   Day   afternoon   In a   12
round contest against Frank Barrleau,
the  local championship hope of the
135 pound class,   dross Is due to arrive In Vancouver from San Krancisco
Saturday  morning, and  Inasmuch aa
he has been tn constant training for
the  1.0s Angeles battles against Joe!
llivers and Johnny Dundee, he will be j
in  excellent  condition to    take    on I
llnrrleati. |
The signing of Cross for the lAbor
Dnv bout came as a big surprise, after j
the local promoters bad officially witnessed   the   signatures   of   Freddie
W. Ish and Willie Kltohln to articles I
binding them to box 20 rounds here ;
nn September 20 tor the world's c.ham-
nii-tishlti.   In all probability Cross wlll j
be matched to meet the winner tn this
city.
No Quibbling. I
rr"��s nnd Barrleau w'll meet at 1'
weight which gives the local man all
A bogey tournament wlll be held
rn the Burqultlam links on Labor
I Dav, September 1. In the morning an
' 18.hole sweepstake against bogey will
t be played. Two draws wlll ho made
lone at 10:30, the second st 11:30. In
'the afternoon a two-ball foursome
sweepstake against bogey will be
competed for.
IP YOUR BOY
Is to be properly dressed, with
most attractive style, best quality
and greatest economy, somebody
has to give a little attention and
study tQ his clothes, and that is
just our point. After you've seen
our qualities and compared them
with the prices, you'll realize the
truth of our statement.
EMPRESS    Vancouver
ALL THIS WEEK.
Matinee* Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday.
Henry W. Savage's Tremendous
Dramatic Spectacle,
"CVCRYWOMAN"
150 People. Symphony Orchestra.
����� Nights and Saturday matinee BOc to
���$���2.00. Thursday matinee BOc to $1.60,
Tuesday matinee 25c. 50c, 75c and
,$1,00. Mall orders lllled now. This
I Is the original New York company.
(1911)
I
PRICES FROM $4 TO $15
   I
Reid & McDonald
Boys' Specialists
707 Columbia St.
Bitulithic Paving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
Is meeting with the greatest favor wherever laid.
Bltulithic on Second Street, New Westminster with Boulevard powr.
���;_ the Centre,
Bltulithic Is noiseless, nofi-6lipp��ry, praotlcally dustless, easy oa
horses' feet, and, above all, particularly durable. For these reasons
Bitulithic is commended highly by owners of automobiles and horses,
householders, ana city officials. It has been adopted by fifteen cities
ln Canada, and over two hundred in the United Statea.
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.
Phone Seymour 7130.      714*717 Dominion Truat Building, Vancouver.
RACING
BRITISH COLUMBIA THOROUGHBRED
ASSOCIATION
SUMMER SEASON AT MINORU PARK
StVtN RACTS DA1Y
Fut Passenger Train Service by B. C. Electric
Greatest Meeting in History of Northwest
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MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
1709 Columbia St Westminster Trust Bldg.
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"The Playground of AC."
WHITE, SHILES ft C^ Official Agea* page tm
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1113.
1%
1 r
Classified Advertising
AGENCIES.
i l.ASSIFIED ADS WILL BE HE
ceived for The News at the following placei: K. T. Hill's drug store,
618 Columbia street; A. Sprlce,
Queensborough, Lulu Island.
���������������������������������������������������
. RATES. ���
,����,>���������������������������������
cueslfled���One cent per word per
day; 4c per word per week; 16c per
month; 6.000 worda, to be uaed aa required within one year trom date ot
contract, 126-00.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���NUR8EMA1D   TO   -UVE
. 1 bome,   Apply box 0 EdmondB.
(1952)
WANTED���GIRL Foil OENEllAL
housework, 323 Eighth street. (1S54)
\, ANTED ��� HOUSEHOLD FUUNI-
ture In large or small quantities for
bpot cash. Will give full value or
will sell your household goods and
��Ifecis by auction. Will guarantee
to realize value or no commission
charged. H. J. Hussell, Westminster
Auction House, King's hotel block,
Columbia street^     (11*22)
TO RENT.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
front room, 74 First street.     (1947)
POR  KENT���HOUSEKEEPING  AND
Bedrooms, 420 St. Oeorge street.
(1945)
FOR RENT���DO YOU WANT A
home ? If bo come to the Sterling
hotel. Suite $15.00, only one left.
Kooms $1.50 and upwards. Come
and ace ub; we aim to please you.
(1933)
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeplng roomB-, every convenience;
��18 up monthly. Knights of Pythias
block, Agnes street. (1901)
COTTAGE TO RENT FURNISHED,
one-half block from Central school;
bath, electric light; i'iD per month.
Apply 224 Seventh street.       (1897)
POR SALE
KOR SALE��� $1.01) DOWN. $1.00 PER
week, Canada's Pride Malleable
Ranges; every oae guaranteed. Market square. (11421)1
NOISY ROOSTERS
SPOIL VALUES
Odd Arguments Advanced in Eastern
Court of Revision���Cmell of
Hops is Bad
RUSSELL'S    WESTMINSTER    AUC      -,-���,,���������,  AllR   -,s  . To aay   ,Uat To-
llon  Houle,  Kings hotel  block. Co-  ronU,-8 tax lllu wouW be higher were
lumbia street. . |j, uot fol. ���,,, orowjng proclivities of
I garrulous   chanticleers   who,   as   soon
FOR     SALE-SOLID     lilt ASS    HED.  g ���J ,.���.���, JJ���� of ll;iH���llal, over
spring mattress and genuine Rf"- the houaetopa, commence to "trumpel
more mallrtss for $23, worth $42.    Uo thp morn��� ,g un U9B<,,.,|0���  which
.     will   be  vouched for  by  the  court  ol
FOR    SALE    HANDSOME    COUCH,1*
upholstered In best, velour, sacrifice
for $.i, worth (10.
revision,
So many and varied are the argu-
nit'iitsaiid reasoiiH offered by   appel-
������.   ���.,���   a.��� lr>   mu   mvirmN hunts for a reduction of tlietr assess-
HOR    SALE-SOLID    OAK    EX I EN- , ^ , ��� ,,       ,������ ���,���
lion table extendi to 8 feet; wll , ,     ,���   ,      even  when lhe
sell for $14, value $.I2.���U. HiibJ)   ���,.������������������ (|fri.],.(i borderg ml ���u. rldl.
  Villous.
BOARD AND ROOMS. At  the hearing nf the   Wind 6 ap
peals a visitor affirmed that the prle
WANTED���ROOMERS  AND  HOARD-
ers, 716 Queens avenue.
(1B27)
of eggs hud   forced  her  neighbors  to !
have   their  eggs  newly  laid   light  In
their own  back    yards,     Bhe    didn't
mind  ihis or even   the    consequent
STANDARD    TRADING    COMPANY,   clucking Of hens,  were it  not for the
LIMITED. fact thai the lait-r needed male pro-
  I toction.    ll   was  the  early    morning
TAKK  NOTI-CK,  pursuant   to  section   18  conversazione     indulged     In   by     the!
��� mpanlM Act." that tha abovo | ,���������,���,��� ,��� Wl,��� as 0(h,,r detrimental I
',WILSONS>
FLY PAD.
.POISON ,
Corporation of the
District of Burnaby
BYLAW NO. 170.
A Bylaw to Amend Bylaws Nos. 120a, 121a, 122,128,129,
142,143,144 and 145..
wiikukas iiie Municipal Counoil ..( the
Corporation of tbo Dlatrlol ������! Burnaby
iiltl with iin- aaaent nt tlio electors nn the
fourth dav of November, 1919, Anally p.i��s
Hy-law No. liOA, lielng u by-law lu en-
wiile the Corporation i" ralso by wny ut
loan Un- sum uf Two Hiiiiiin-il and i-'Kiy
Thouaand Dollars ($360,000.00) for street
purposes, ttu- sold by-inw- being known us
"Bumaby Road Improvomont Debenture
iiy-iuw mr.:."
and WHKRBA8 the Corporation by tha
Bold By-law authorised tho Issue of debentures tu Uu- amount uf Two L-itsiidred and
Fifty Thouaand Dollars (t2D0.ooo.OO0 tu
in- payable on the Thlrty-flrsl day of Deoember, IBftS, nml iu bear Interest at the
rut,* uf four uiul uue-hnlf per oentum
(4U per cent.) per annum payable huif-
yi-ui ly,
ami WHERKAS lha Municipal Council
nf the Corporation of tho District of Hurnuby ilm witn tin- assent uf Uu- electors mi
the Fourth day "f Novembor, 1913, finally
puns By-law Nu UIA, being �� By-law
iu   enable   tin-   Corporation   i"   raise   by
wny of loan tlu- sum of Fifty Tl saad
lliullius   ($80,000.00)   fur   th"   purpose  uf
Ro Lots 8 umi 18 of [,..t !, and Lots I, 3,  providing   and   building   additional   side-
.i  4. .'4. 88, jo. uf Lot 4. subdivisions  walks within tbe iimltH of the Municipal-
ot  Uot   ti.  Suburban  Block  4,  In  the  uv,   the   said   Bv-lnw   i.oIik   known   us
t tha "HomnnntM ant" that the abovo I" ,,        ��� ,        ,  . .i pity of New Westminster. "Burnaby    Hldowalks   Bxtenslon    By-law
���...,,..   ,.,���m ,,v   .tends  one monUi iStor  TOOBterB, as well as oilier detrimental ;    whereaa proof of the loss of Certlfloati 1 ,*,**��
SSfdk h���?S$ ." i.PPh- tS0th2��Be��lstmJ  features that  earned her a  reduction of 'ritle Number 9978P, Ued In; the num      AN,, wltKUK.vs the Corporation by tho
of  Joint-stock  Companies  to  change  Its  ���,  ,,,,,.  aaflessment ,bis :'!ff -.'."  ���M''CJ""r'!" "���'" '"""  '""'  '"sunt   By-lnw  authorised  the Issue oi de-
BJ"   ������s""ia"rJ   IJ"":cu"t Com"""y'!     Next came P. II. (lain, who is "curs-PSoU?* is her, by given that I shnll   at ! ^ttire. to lta amount of nfty Thomuind
1.1 ml len. ri  ff   PlUimntl ' " -'- il... .,...l...n���.. ,.r ������., ,���������ili ii  r,,.- .Int. : '     ���' " * ' '   ' ���   ���
Secretary
Use them outside, in or
near the garhafje barrel, as
well as in the house or store.
All DrunbU, Grocws
and General Storekeeper*
���ell Wilton'. Fly Pad*.      .
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Tinted ut  New Westminster, B.C., this
thirtieth duy of July. 1913. (1870)
TOO UTE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKI)��� Prairie furms up In jr.ii.iii'0 t
trade for revenue producing property.
he, as he knocked $160 off the assessment.
Commissioner Ardagh doesn't mind
the   smell   of  hops   but   whether     he
miuffs "the nut brown ale" or not, ls
FOIt    EXCHANGE���7-room    thoroughlyI����� nutation outside the Jurisdiction of
modern  house  in  oholoe  location.  Will   the court, yet  Mrs.  Blcknell,  of Dov-
trade equity for llurnuby or South Van- |orC( ���rt roaC-   ]iv*^t? "near the Kmell of
ed  by  cuts and    dogs"    an
plaint received the sympathetic inter-1 newspaper published in the City of N.-*
est uf the chairman. "Dons ami cats Westminster. Issue a duplicate of tho aald
should be barred from the city." aald I Certificate, unless In the meantime valid
whOBe I the expiration of ono month from the dat<   ....'' ���stlt<l  ,,,.. ,,.   ,, ,���      ,.       ,.,,
'of the first publication hereof,. In a dally  ST'gJr "wfSS at the Ste of i-'oilr wld
objection be minle to me In writing.
J   C.  IIWVNN.
District Registrar of Titles.
I-un.l   ReRlstrv   Office,   New-   Wesiminster.  XI.C.   18th AuBlist.  1913. (10131
��� lit 1   |s
WHITE  LUNCH.
couver lots umi assume
Tenders ure invit.d foi  the purchase of
,  ., the White 1.unrh. stock and fixtures, wltb
quaffs the "nut brown ale    or not, IS|i,..,Se ,,f premises tot three v.-urs. Tendon
KOR sale���A BNAP���Owner will sacrifice at a price less than cost. 7-room
new nnd thoroughly modem house,
beamed ceilings und panelled walls,
etc. Large lot, l-llghtli live and Twelfth
street, lf you want a good house, Investigate this.
WANTED���Prairie farm to exohange for
7-room thoroughly modern new house,
well  located.     What  offers?
I1AU, AND LODGE BOOM TO RENT
in the Labor Temple. Terms reasonable. Apply I). S. Cameron, secretary, labor Temple building.
Phone 403 K. (1876)
FURNISHED COMPLETE. HOUSE-
keeping rooms. $16 and $18 per
month at 224 Seventh street. (1821)
A SUITE OF NICELY FURNISHED
housekeeping roomB, 31 Astnes
street.    Phone 638 L. (1836)
FOUND.
FOUND���BULL TERRIER, BOX 1965
News office. (19651
COLLECTIONS.
HAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY-
wbere. No collection, no charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency, 336 Hastings street west. Van-
couver,  B.C. (1825)
RECEIVER'S SALE.
t'ndii* und by virtue of an order of Mr.
Justice Murphy to me directed and deilv-
-i-red against the kiioUs and obattols of tbe
Pacific ''.ir Finder Oompany at the suit
, ' Robert Henry Pogue, I havo seised
.--.nd will sell nt my office. Court House,
Mew Westminster, on Thursday, the fourth
��� ���*y tit September, 1918, at ten "clock In
me forenoon the following:
Sob- rtulit. title and Inli-ri-st In a street
- ir fender patented in Canada und numbered 131.Hir.. also sob rlKht, title and
��� -.terest in a street car fender patented In
Canada and numbered 14"J. 1 s7 and patent
���riplieil for In United States under serial
number 707.882.
Foul models, lot of blue prints nnd a lot
of tools, eto.
Terms of sale :    Cash.
T. J. ARMSTRONO, Sheriff,
Receiver,
New- Westminster.
August -Oth, 1913.
(1981i
WANTED���Listings of city and Burnaby
property.
EASTMAN eV COMPANY.
Phone 312.
201 Weatmlnater Trust Building.
off her land and S500 off the assessment on ber house.
CHILDREN mi
OF THEIR 1MB Bank of Montreal
  ESTABLISHED 1817.
Rising Generation of Paria Gives lta|C*P'TAL (Pald-Up) ....$1 ��.000.000.0t
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Views on Games. Toys and
Other Thinga
one-half  per  oentum   I I '-j   t
annum payuble half-yearly.
A.S'I) WHEREAB tin- Municipal Council
of the Corporation of the District of Hurnaby did wltb the assent of the i lectors
ni the Twenty-aecond day of January,
1912. dually i*iss Bv-lnw No. ISI, being
i By-luw to enable the corporation to
-ilse Iiv wav of loan the sunt of Two
ilundred nnd fifty Thouaand Dollars
11250,000.00) for ths purpose of constructing extenston of tho general waterworks system throughout the Munlclpalltv the said Ity-law being known as
"Bum ibv Water Works Bxtenslon By-
lnw 191!."
ami wiikukas tho Corporation by tin-
���mid By-law authorised tho issue of debentures to the amount of Two Hundred
and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($860,000.00)
to bo payable on the Thirty-first day of
December, ism. .md to is*.ir Intereal ai tho
rnte   of    Four   and   one-half   |��ir   centum
niv |M.r cenl i per annum payable haif-
yiarly
AND WIIKUKAS the Municipal Council
of the Corporation or the District of
Burnaby did with the assent of tho electors on lie- Twenty-slath day of February,
rj 13. finally t��iss By-law No. 121 being
a uy-law io enable the Corporation to
raise by way of loan the sum ol Fifteen
Thousnnd Dollars ($16,000.00) for school
RESERVE   .... .  (16,000,000 Ot   purposes,   the   said   By-law   being   known
Room S08,
-tl'l Sop-
to I"- delivered to the asslgni
Westminster Trust Building, nr
\2 o'clock noon on Tuesday, th.
tember.   1918,
For further particulars apply
WALTER S. ROSE,
(lnr.fi) Aostgnie
"l!i
-law.
ehool   Board   Loan   No
Branchea  throughout Canada    ant Ilu'^'; wHBRBAfl  tho Corooratlon  by
Newfoundland, aud  In  London,  Ent Ithe said  By-law authorisedJne issue of
MUSIC.
MRS.    C.
plunofort
,     .   ..       ..    ,   ,,.. , ,,    ,        idebenturea to the amount of Fifteen Thou*
land, New York. Cblcago aod Spoken.   ^.inJ fioltani  ($16,000.00)  to be payable
U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A genera   J*'he rirst day of March, IM'- ��} w
ciologiques   appears   the   result   of  a | banking business transacted.    Letter.   hSf ��*? wntSm (4H  per oent.)  per an-
 ""���   inum fiayubl,. half-yearly,
AND WHEREAS the Municipal Council
Paria, Aug. :IS.-  In lbe Archives So*
iologiques   appears   the   result   ot  u
' fascinating inquiry, which might with
of Credit Issued, available with cor
AUDITOR   ANO   ACCOUNTANT.
H.   J.   A.   BURNBTT,   AUDITOR     ANT
Accountant.  Tol.   It.   13!,.  Room '-.  Hart
Block.
I-ISHKK.   TEACHER   OF ; advantage, be Imitated in other 'mids.,
harmony und sltiKini;.    Pu-  uii.   Robprt i.���B Inveatlaatad ie in- ��� respondents In all parte of tbe world
pils successfuly prepared for examine-1 i*xi**3i  "ooen  imb luveaiigBieu me in-.      **-* *
Hon In It A. M. and K. C. M. For terms  fluence of streets on children, by ask*    Savlnga Hank Department���Deposit
apply i;ii:i rnin! av.*i,ue. inK  571  children  of all  classes    the  received  ln Buma of $1 and upwan
following questions:    "With whom do and Intereat allowed at 8 per cent. 9*
you play?"   Two play with their dogs.: annum (present rate).
Two   prefer   to   play   alone.   "All   the,    ToUi AsseU over $186,000,000.00.
others like playmates-,   ss preferring
playmates  bigger    than     themselves.:    NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
and the rest seek playmates of their I G. D. BRYMNER. Manager
own size.   "What game do you play?" ! _______________^_
The   majority   prefer   games   without |
toys, and the most popular games at |
all ages are "hide-and-seek'' and "rcb i
bers and thieves." Marbles are by far :
the most  popular toys.    "Iio you lik'
the streets?"      Three    hundred    and i
NKW    WESTMINSTER   LODGE   NO   I    -lo-hl    ,.���B     lyi    ,U1        Piftv seen     ire
B. ft P. O. of Elks of the D. of C, mee-. , msm   >' s'   1','i   n,)*     v Ifty-BBVen   are
the first and third Thursday at 1p.m.   frightened of people, one of dogs, IIS ,
K. of P.  Hall,  Eighth Btreet. A Weill   0f accidents, 22, nf carts. One hundred
rl���ry.EXa"ed RUler: P- tt am'th- *�� 'and fifty seven like the street because c     ta|   p,,,,^
 1 they can play there;  ��:; because the IReserve  Funds $13,000,00t
'���    O.   O.   M.,   NO.    864.���MEETS ON I air  is  good;   23  because thev  like  to .  ��� ,      ' , .
         A General Banking
f the Corporation of the District of
Burnaby did with the aaaent of the "lectors on the Twenty-sixth day of l-'ebruary.
1915 Anally puss By-law No. 139 being
a by-law to enable tho Corporation to raise
by   wav   of   loan   the  sum  of   Sixty   Thousand   riollnrs     iSCO.noo.mil     for    School
l'urp<.scs.   the   said   Ily-luw   being   known Iunder   sahl   Ilv-law   N.
Burnab;    School  Hoard  Loan  Nu.  > nually  by   special   int
($2,6$0.$7)    having   I n   rulseil   Ior   tin
tirsl vour's sinking fund.
and wiikukas ii  wiii in- necessary
under said Hy-luw No. UIA to raise nn-
nu.illv by special rule the sum uf Two
Thouaand l-'our Hundred and Nlnety-sev-un
and 00-100 Hollars ($2,497,06) to form
a sinking fuiiit  for the poymont of tho
prlnclpul   and   Uu-  sum  of  Two  Thuusand
five Hundred Dollars ($1,100.00) for interest in ii.itn: together u total amounl annually of Pour Thousand Nine Hundred
and Nlni-tv-seven mul n.'.-lnn Dollar!
($4,997,06) tor the torm of tourtien uu
years for the repayment of the said loan
ami Interest thereon ns hereinafter mentioned, the amounl of Two Thousand Pour
Humped   and    Ninety-seven   and   08.-10
benturea authpriaed by said  By-law 'No,
13S by speefal rate sulflch-lil therefor
upon nil Ilu* I lit, utile land within the limits
nl the -aid Miiiilclpullly (IneludniK Lis-
trlct Lm Om- Hundred ond Beveniy-two
1173) ilioiip tine ill us uu atioiu-d lu
said Hv-iaw No. l$$) in addition lo the
Minn.,i sums required by the sahl Bylaw   No,   I J K  lho sum of Sovillly-llve  tli.I
liii-ii (J,...imi pi pay tin uddllloniil Interest authorised by ihls Itv-law. the sum"
tu In lu add.Hon lo nil rates to be b-vloil
and  en und   lu   the   said   Municipality,
U. There sluill be falsi d and levied annually during the currency of the said debentures iiiitlii.tl/.id bv said Hy-law No.
i 139   by   special   rate   sufricieui   therefor
unon nil He   int. able laud within the liuiilH*
iof ihe said Municipality i Including Histrict   I,,,t   i mi.   Hun,lted   nml   Si-\i-iil v-two
,117'ji   tiroiip   One   tli   as   iiiiuiiloiied   in
; mh tit Hv-law No. 189) lu addition to the
annual  sums  required  bv  III" said  Hi-law
I No. I3ii uu- sum of Three Hundred Dollars
i|:iu" nui io pnv Hn addltiiui.il interest
nutl     led bv this By-law, tho same lo b-n
1 In ii itlon to nil rules ta be levied ninl
created in the said Municipality.
'���     7      There shall be raised and levied nn-
, nuallv iiuriiiK the eiuTciioi of th.- said debentures authorised bv s.ud  By-law  No.
113   hv   special   rate   sumcl.tit   therefor
unon all Ha- saleable I I wlihln lh" IIoiIIh
of Ihe snld Milllli Ipnlll i In uildlll-fn to III"
stimuli sums required lo* 11." said llv-luw
, No. 143 Ha- sum of one rliiiiu-uind Five
Hundred   Dollars    I |l.Mill lllll    Ii,   pnv   the
nd.litemni Interest uuthoriSMl by this Bylaw, tb" Hilni" tu Is- In addition to ull ratea
to be I, vl.-d ami created In the snld Mull ll Ipallly.
ih,*i. shall in- raised uud levied an-
l.���ll.,rs ($9,407 nr,i having I n raised for WlJvauiMn. the currency of ,,,,- s,,h de.
AND   WIIKUKAS   It   will   be  necessary , ��� .,���������. , ,,��� ���,,,,. ,���,���, wlthhilh" limits
under said   By-law  No.   ll$  to raise on ,,f ,|���. ���.,,,, Municipality In addition	
nually  bv  sisclal   ran-1 the sum of   Iw.; .,,,,,,, ,| .,,,,,��� required lo  the snld By-lnw
I'housnn.l   Mx    Hundred   and    IblM      and N���    ,,,,   ,,, ,,���   ,,r   |,.u���   Hundrod   Dol-
t,7-100 liollars ($3,680.87) t" form a
slnklna fund for the payment ..f tho prln-
i-inul ami the sum of Twelve Thousand
Five Hundred Dollars ($19,600.00) for Interest making together a total amounl an
tiuallv of Fifteen Thousand One Hundred
and Thirtv uud S7-1II" Dollars i$lf..
isn-ili for tiie term of thirty-eight (38)
veins fnr the repayment of the said loan
nnd Interest thereon as hereinafter mentlonod. tho amount of Five Thousand
Two lliitulr...l und Slvtv one a'ul 74.H"'
Hollurs ($6,301.74) having been inised
for the tlrst  two    years' sinking fund.
AND   WH..KKAS   It   will   be   ii.e.ssatv
under said  Hv-law No.  l'3s  i,. raise annually   by   s*��oelal   rat"   tbe   sum   of
Hundred
lars  i Jl
lars   . |60l I   to   pay   the  additional   Interest   authorised   by   this     Hy-law.     tho
san..-  t..  be  In  addition   to nil   nibs  to  no
levied aud created In the said Muni. Inalllv.
���i There shall be raised and levied an.
uu.Oh during the currency nf the said ib-
bentun-s authorised by said By-law No.
144 hV sisclal ml" Slilthient thi-refni
unon all tl��- rateable Innd wlihln tlie im.p i
of the said Municipality titu-'uding District Lot One Hundred nnd Bevf-nty-twn
.17.'i croup One iii na mentlonod In said
Hi law No, 144 1 in addition tn the annual stuns required l.v tin- said Bv-law
V11 144 the sum nf Kour Hundred ami
Twenty Dollars iI43iii"ii to pay the nd-
diiiotiul Interest authorial by Hns Bv-
ml l-'lftv.seven und sj.inn Dol- law. the some to be In addition to all ratm
form a sinking fluid fnr ] t., i���. levied nml created In the said Mu
the pnvniont  of the principal  and the sum 1 nlcitmlltv
of Seven ilundred and Fifty Dollars ,��� There shall be raised and levied Rn-
($760.0i for interest making together a ntini\. during the currency of the said de-
total amount jnminllv nf Nine Mundrjd natures authorised by said Hy-law No.
ind Seven and 86-100 Hollars r$907.88) ,,-, ,,v *,���.,.Ui\ r:,t��� sufTlel-int therefor
for the term of thirty-eight (88) years uoon +n th<Tm(enble land within the limits
'or th,- repaynwnl of the said loan and nf the said Municipality (Including Disinterest ihet-.on as, herolnnfter men- lr|p, i^,, ,������. ii,������|r.sl nud Sev.utv-two
tinned, the amount nf Thnw ��VJd-M and , v7.:, oroup fine m ns mentioned m said
Fifteen and 70-100 Dollarsi ($111.70, hav.. ���V.,.IW No.*u��� ,,, iddltlon to tlu- annual
in�� been -raIsed for the rirst two years , ���,,,,��� raaolred bv the sai.l By-law No.
sinking fund. _ 146 th.- sou, o' One Hundred und Forty
a.nh \...*.iii*.as It wll he neoessary Dollars ($140.00) to pav the additional
under uld By-law No.    30 to raise an- inWr_i  ��uthoHa��d  by   this  By-law,  th.-
nually   h>    special   tato   the   sum   of   six ,���  ,u.  ,���  ,���,,,���,������   ���,  ���n  n*m.  ,���  ,.,.
Hundred and  i hlrtv one and 40-100 Dol.. lovlwl ������,, ,...���,,���,) m ,i���. m\a Municipality.
lars   ($081.40)   to   lorm   a   slnklm-   Innd       ,,     .,  ,   ,, ,  ,      -    ,
for   the  payment   of   the   principal   nml   the:      >   ;      "'l��   BV-leW   skull   come   Into  effect
sum   of   Three   Thousand    iKillnrs   ($��,- ?n "" Ifi*J_55 i_n
000.00)    for   inioi-i-.t making   tortther a tcn,".",-2ST."5S^1_?_m3T;       .   ,  ,  .     *,
total amount anmAUy of Three Thousaod      1J     ni1" "v|nw '"-'v *���* '""', '",r, : "
Six   Hundreil   nn.l   Thltly-otj"   and   40*400 Purposes   us   "H''UNAH>      HKnKNTCttl'.
Hollars (ls:��314ni  for the tl rm of thirty. 1NTKUKST      CONVKItSION      111-1.AW.
light (38) years for tho repayment of tne 1818."
said  loan  an.l  Intoresl  thereon  as  heroin-;     HtlNK   ANH   HASSKH  In   Op.'ii  Council
after mentioned, the amount of One Thou- the          dav of                                  1018.
sandI  Two  Hundred and   BUty-two  and RECBIVED the assenl of ths Electors
sti-ioo   Hollars   ($1,311.80)   having  been tha          ,iuV ,,f                                uii
raised   for   the   first   two   years*   sinking        REC0NMDBRBD
ANH   WHKUKAS   It   wlll   be   mc.ssnry : l'AfiS,;" "'" "''
under  said   Hy-law   No.   143   lo   raise  annually by up*riiU rats the sum of Three I' CMC. Hoove.
BBCEIVBD the assent of the Lleuten-
r   In   Councll   the lhl/
1913.
out   of   the   Lleu-
AND
of
FINALLY
1913.
Thousand   One   Hundred   and   Flflv-Seven
and   04-1"0    Hollars   ($8,167.04)   10   form
a sinking  fund for the payment  of the ant-Qovenior in counol
principal ami the sum of Fifteen Thousand  OI
Hollars   ($16,000.00)   tor  interest  making I
together u total amount annually of
Eighteen Thousand One Hundred and
Fifty-seven an.l <i4-H"i Hollars (��iv.
157.04) for the t.-rm of thirty-nine (391
yejtrs for the repayment of Ha- said loan
and interest thereon as hereinafter men-
Honed, tt,,- amount of Thr.-o Thousand
(lie- Hundrod and Fifty-seven and 04-100
Hollurs ($8,167.04) having boon raised
for tin- first year's sinking fund.
ANH  WHKUKAS   ll   will   be  necessary
143   to   raise   on-
sum  of   On
P. H. Smith. W. J, Grove*
AUDITORS AND ACCOUNTANTS.
Work  undertaken    In   city   and   outsldi
points.   211-12   Westminster  Trust   Bldg
Phone 364.    P. O.  Box  607.
FRATERNAL.
THE
Royal Bank
1 Hv-lnw.  1913." 'Thousand  and   fifty-two  and  86-100   Hoi
I    AND WHBBEA8 the Corporation by the lars  ($1,063.36)   to form .,  sinking fund
'said   By-laW   authorized   Hie   Issue   uf  do-   for  Un*  payment  of the  principal and  the
! bentures to th-- amount i.f Sixty Thousand   sum of Five Thousand Hollars ($6,000.00)
Dollars ($00,000.00) to be payable on the  fur   interest   making   together     a     total
First  day  of   March.   1963,  and  to  bear amount  annually of  six  Thousand    nnd
I Interest at the rat.- of Four and one-half Fifty-two und sr.-inn Hollars  ($6,068.36)
per  Centura   't1--,   is*r  cenl >   pet   annum]for  the  term  of  thiny-nine   189)   years
ible half-yearly. I for the repayment
'     TAKK NOTICE that the above Is a true
[copy of tin- proposed Hv-lnw iiism which
Ithe Vole of  the   MlinlclpulllV   will  Iv taken
Ion Saturdav, the 80th day of August. 191$.
iDotween !���> o'cloi k a   m   until 7 o'clock p.
| ni..  nl   lhe   |-.lllng   place
Municipal  Hall,  Edmonds.
w.st Burnaby PchooL West Burnabv
Mr. Toppings Sti.ro,   13th  Avenue.   Eu��t
Burnnby.
it it..n it..ad Bchool, Burqultlam.
Dundonald   Bchool,   Kraser   Arm.
Darnel Hail  Barnet.
Mr.   Bmsee'S   Store.   North   Hiirnnbv.
!    The Social ciuh Building, Capitol Hill.
Burnaby  Lake Store,   llurnaby  Lake,
Lakemere Bchool, Lakemere.
PUBLIC NOTICE I- hereby given that
the vote of the Electors or tin- Histrict of
Hurnabv will  Is- taken on Hn- above men-
.        imdill d Hv-lnw at the time and plsce abi
  mentioned, and that A. C   M.s.n- has ts
OF CANADA
Incorporated  1869.
payable half-yearly                                         I r..r the  repayment of th- snld  loan and "��neo le-sw at w* ume ana piece awn
AND      WHEREAS      th-      .Municipal   Interest ther i as hereinafter mentioned, mentioned, and that A   I,   Moore has be.
CouSell    of    Se    Corporallon    of    the the amount  of Hn.* Thousnnd and Fifty- appointed   Returning  "'eer  ,���   ake  th
I "i.t" 11       01       tin       ' orpo'auon i       .   nnllnr-a    Itt  i,',     ' \ i    le.v 'Vote  of  such  electors   with   the  usual  pott
!l,ssen^o('J,he, deepeS   J'' be   T     ,���i ih big  lien  'r^iSd  S?u3 . ra, ';.a*             : ers   In   thn,   behalf.
(dav of January    ll.lt llmlllv  pai-   11, law lng fond                                                                                HV I lltHKil OF THK c..I'NCII.
No. 143 being a by-law to enable the Cor-      ANH  WHKUKAS  it  will   la sary -,'    ,   ����� ���������j';'*'..}-  '���""'"���
poratlon to ralae by way of loan the sum undct   said  By-law  No.   m  to raise an-      ���,    ,;  ,.'   , !.'.'f'v, J"r,,,,-
flrst, second, third and fourth Wedneaday In each month at 8 p. m.
In the Moose Home. H. J. I-s-amy
dictator; P. E. Jones, secretary
Headquarters of lodge In See House
corner of Fourth and Carnarvon streets
1. O. O. F. AMITT LODGE NO. 17���Thi
regular meeting of Amity lodge No
27. I. O. O. F., ls held every Monda-
nlghi at 8 o'clock tn Odd Fellows' Hall
comer Carnarvon and Eighth street*
Visiting brethern cordially Invited
R. A. Merrlthew. N.O. ; H. W. Sangster,
V. O.; W. C. Coetham, P. G.. re-or-
lng secr.-tarv * J. W. MacDonald. financial secretary.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lxits 603, 008, f>4, H'i5, inc. 623, 623,
���K34,  636,   C3r.,   C3T.   ��2K,  035.   630,   (131.
of  Is.t  37(>. Qroup   1.   Map lit.  In  the
District   or   N.w*   Westminster,   Porl
Hammond   Junction
Whereas proof <*f the loss of certificate
of   lirlo   Number   13l>4(i   F,   issued   iu   the
nam.-   of   Edwin   O.   Sinnii.nids   has   been
filist  in  this  office.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall, at
the expiration of .me month from the
date of the first publication hereof, in
���a dallv newspaper published In the City
of New Weatmlnater, issue a duplicate
of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection be made to me In
writing,
J. C. OWYNN,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Ijind  Registry   Office,   Now  Westmins.
ier.   BC,   2nd  August.   1913. (1M6)
'   J. .     .       '       a >
FIRST SHOWING OF
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.
'IOI   Columbia   St.
HERWRT,R VIDAL &C0.
s*^ *yi^j^^y7^ ^
STORAGE
FUNERAL   DIRECTORS.
W. E. FA.L.BS-��� Pioneer Funeral Dlrocto
and Es-ibalmer, 6*13-618 Agnes street
opposl.�� Carnegie Library.
8. BOWKT.I, (SUCCESSOR TO CBN
ter & Hanna, Ltd.)���Funeral director!
ond embalmera. Parlors 405 Columbia
street.    New   Weatmlnster.     Phono   SSI
move  nbout;     119  are    attracted    b. . ,     . ... ,
"horses, beautiful    thingB,    pictures, Business Transacted.
horses  und  carts."  and  one  declares I     New Westminster. B.C..  Branch.
that he "loves liberty." LAWFORD   RICHARDSON,  Manager
The fourth question  was "What do   	
jyoti Inok at In the street?"    Two hun- , ���=*
jdrfid   and   sixty-nine   said   shops.   11";
j pictures and  poslers;   103,  people;71  !
animals;   61.   certs;   30,   nothing;   17'
monuments: li;. cinemas. th��atres and '
rirucuses;  111. funerals, accidents, ani- |
mation and   balloons.     "Do  you  look.
at the shops���antl what shops?" Thlr- ,
ty-three  no;   460  vus.     One  hundred
and   fifty nine  favored   book  and   uie
ture shops;   14a. toy shops;   141,  food j
and  fruit   shops;   61     clothes    shops. ,
"What potters do yon lOOrt at?" Fiftv-
eiuht, none at all;  231, circus posters;
CANADIAN
PACIFIC ���
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
LABOR   DAY   CELEBRATION.
Round trip tickets at    single   far
Iof   Throe   Hundred     Thousnnd     Dollars  nunllv l>\   spcolnl rnt- the sum of  Eight
���tn^Rnnnr i iiatiii.eno.oui    for   Street   Purposes,   tin-  iinndr.d  and  Bl-Blfty-ilirce    nntl    :>7-iuu
.��ii,oou*ui i    M   ,  ,_||iw.   bii[w  KM���wn   ���s   "Hurnnby   li���i|nis i ��-sS({.<*,71 to form n sinking fund
Hun.    improvement    Debenture    By-law,  for the pnyinent ..( tlio prlnclpnl and tin-
[ 1913." ���    sum of Four Thousand Two llandred i("i
ANU   wiikukas  tin-  Corporation   by  lars  t14.200.oni   for Interesl  making to-
the said  By-law authorised  tho Issue "f gether n  total tunount  annually of Five
debentures to the amount of Thr..- linn-   rhpusnnd   nnd   Eighty-three   and   87-100
dred  Thousand   Dollars   11600, I   to  Dollars t$5,083.67) for the term of thirty-
lbe oas-able on the Tblrtv-tlrst dnv of I'-   r.ito   i:;ii,  yo.i-.s for the repnvment of the
cember   1862   and to bear interest at thc  snld loan nnd  Interest thereon ..-   herein
rati   >.r   l-'oor   and   one-half   per   centum after mentioned, the amounl ol Elgin Hun-
ML.  ,ier cnt.i   per annniii pnynbl.* half-idred and Elghtv-three nnd 87-100 Dollars
|v,,iirly (6883.87)    having   been   raised   (or   the
' AND WHEREAS tli- Municipal '���'"* '''���"'" ^'M'n* f""'1-
Councll of the Corporation of the ANU UHKitliAS it will be necessary
District of ltnrnabv did with the under snid By-lew No. 146 to raise an-
assent of tho electors on the Twentieth nually by si/eelal rnte the sum of Two
liny of January I8U, Anally pnss Bylaw Hundred nnd Ninety-four nnd 66-100 Dol-
No. 143 being a by-lew to enable tho Cor- lars ($284.66) to form a sinking fund
ll.irntion to -nis- lay wny of loan the sum for the pavment of the prlnolpul and the
of Ono Hundred Thousand Dellors ($100,-   sum ..f i no   rhousand Four Hundred Dol-
 i.i   f,���-  ti���.  purpose  of  constructing  lars   ($1,400.00)   for Interest  making  t
further   extensions  of   the  general   wnter | l{ethi
work*  system  throughout   tne   Munleipnl
Itv     tie-    Bnld    Hv-lnw    being    known    ns'nnd
"���Rurnnhv   Wuter   Works   Extension   By
law, 1813"
ANU wiikukas the Corporatl m hv th
said Bv-lftW authorised the Issue of d.b.n
Kdmonds.  11   C
August Mth. tint
IllStl
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
l..,i*es Vancouver for Victoria 10 a. m.,
I p. in. no.I 11 :46.
Leaves Vancouver for fleattle 16 a. in.
���md 11 p. m.
Is'iivi. Vaneouver for Nanalmo 10 a.m.
and C .30 p.m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince !tu|iert
nnd Northern Points 10 p. m. Wednes
days   and   Saturdays  st   11   p.m.
BOARD   OF  TRADE.
BOaBD OF TRADB���NEW WESTMIN
ster Board of Trade meets In the boari
room. City Hall, as follows: Third HY!
day of each mojith; quarterly meetlnt
bird Friday of February, May
?.*!
'rldi
nual   tneetlngB  on   the  third  Friday  o! l
February.   0.   H.   Stuart   Wade,   secre
tary.
PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER.
BPECIF1CATION8. AGREEMENTS OF
Sale. Deeds, HuelneHs I^-ttora. etc.; clr
culur work sptclallHt. All work strictly
confidential. H. Barry, room 416 Weatmlnster Trust Blk.   Phone 702.
NOTICE OF ASCIGNMFNT
"Creditors' Trust Deeds Act."
NOTICE   Is  hereby   given   thai   James
Frank   Hlalr.   restaurant-keeper,  carrying
on   business   us   th.    "Wblto   Lunch,'1   al
Ms   Columbia   Street,  und  as   tho  "Central Cafe," ut  IM Columbin  Street   both
In   the  City  ol   New   Westminster,   Province  of   liritish  Columbia,   hns.   by   Deed *
dated   tin*   Twenty-first   day  of   August, i
A.   D.,   1818,   assigned   all   bis   real   audi
personal estate, credits and effects, which
muy be seined or sold under execution ta
Walter S. Itose, of thc City ol New Westminster, In the Province of British Colum- I
bin. Accountant) f><r the purpose of sues- ;
tying   rateabiy  nnd   proportionately,   nnd ���
without preference or priority all nis creditors.
ANU NOTICE Is nlso hereby given thnt
n ineetln of tin creditors of the suid
.luiiies Krnnk Blnlr wlll be h-id at thn As
slgnee's ofllce Room .r.'('. Westmlnstel
Trust Building*, Now Westminster, ft. C,
on Tuesday, tne second dny of Septembi r,
A. I'. 1813, ui thr I'cloek In the afternoon.
ANU NOTICE Is nlso h.-ieby given lhal
,*!i parsons hnvtng claims (n-Minst the suld
James Frank Blair ur.- required to forward pntticlnnrs of tin same, duly -,-erl-
fled und accompanied by sworn uffidavlt,
t . He- said Walter s. Itose. New Westminster, H. C. On or before the Tldrtl. tli dnv
of Almost. i!it:i. nfter which dab the m-
seis of the snid James Frank Blair win
be distributed by the suid Assignee among
the creditors of whoso claims lo shell
tlnn hnve notice,
DATED nt New Westminster, B, c   ihls
Twenty-fifth duy nf Aumist. A. D. 1918.
WALTER S. RUSK,
(19JS; Assignee.
HE NEEDS GLASSES
U()   1 (if "���
1
*>n't t.'ifi.. v.
lh your eypitjht
Delays.
ch<
ap   glRMfH
ii  iiiiHkllirui  in
anient uf
hh
eyeJ ure wu
i  fowrunni r�� u:
Uie tim"
wh
���n serlouf l ���
iuble wlll occur.
, o are  r> ad;
to render cou *
Xpert iiiii
In
'���xamlniiu;
h<     i��yi h,    tfi
i.t nlthtng
Sin
> oi
"*s  ��.r  K(x(
iirlea,  In   fminK
thi-in   to
AT HYALL'S.
701 Columbia Street    (Druggist and Optician) Phone 57
474   movln-2 nlcturee cr cinemas     l'n '      , .,,.,,, , . Itures tn the amount of One itun.lt-eit Thnu-
tii. mtn hie uiiiiri-s tr (.iiieini.      ip  anl, onaa,-y1lr/j  WU|  be oll  sale  August \ia\nA  i���,ii,-,rs  mi neiii  lo I- pavnhle
to nine years old thev aro only inter- on the Thirty-first day of U- ier. llfiS
ostpd In  colors generally or in  laolat-   i!i   to   September   1.     flood   to   return   nnr! tn bear Interest al  the rut.* of Four
ed  letters     At  about   eleven  years, "'"' on*-haif t>-r e.-i.teui ����' ��� n-r cent.)
ll. I      i        e.i   ���   i , ., . iiolll   Ranlomlua   1 I per   unniltn   t-UVable   tlllir-\ e.i> \\
political, official and Bpcrting posfrs  ullt'l September .,. ,'   4Vn W1|1,���KAH ,,���. Sf���nlclnal Council
commence      to     attract      attention. nf th<-Conwratlon of the District of nurn
Though these i'*'-:i  hnve been c-llec'- i r  OOULET   Aeent ;,hv ''''' *'"'. '',"  D"?'^,t "f "l",!,|,,:!','.!r,' i'!n
.   ,     r. ,, c. xxui-i.r.i, t\r,**iii.        the Twentieth day of Jnnuarv, 1013. flnallv
ed  In  Prance  there  is  nn  reason  f | Now Westmlustei ipass By-lnw  No.  Ht bc-lng *.  by-lnw to
suppose   thev  do  not   hold  good   else. enable the  Corporation  ("   raise  by  wav
where. II. W. ItltoniB, fl. P, A.. Vancouver, "f loon the sem of K(-;in--'...������ |' sand
li'iliurs  . ,s i.'iki no i  ro- School  Purposes
 I tbe suld  llv law belli*,- known        "Burnabv
    _ J  '     I School   llonril   Loan   No.   1   Bv-IUW,   1913."
ANU WHKftEAS the Corporation by
Iho snld By-law nutborlsed th". issm- of
debentures to tie* amount of Kighty-four
Thousand Dnllsrs $84,000.00) to be pay-
nhl" on the Thtrlv-flrst day "f December.
I'.:.*.', und to bun Interest nl the rnte of
Four nml on��-hRlf per centum (I'v l��-r
ceni.i   i��-r  annum  payable  half-yearly.
ANU WHKUKAS He- Muni.ipul Couneil
or the Corporation of the District of
Burnnby did with the assent of tho elec.
tors on the Twentieth day ->f January,
inn. finally pass By-law No 145 being
���i hy-law to ennhlo the Corporation to
rnlse l.v wuv of loan the sum of Twenty-
olKht Thousund Dollars ($28,000.00) for
School Purposes, the snld Ily-luw being
known ns "Burnabv School Board Loan
No. 'J By-law,  1918."
ANU WHKUKAS the Corporation by
the snld llv-luw authorised the Issue of
debentures to the amount of Twenty-elghl
Thousnnd Dollars ($SS,000.00) In be
nnvnli!" on tin- ThlrtV-flrst dnv of December. I'M'i. nnd to hour Interest nt the
��� i.t.. of Four nnd one-half per centum
f4v. per oent.) per annum payable Imlf-
yenily.
ANU WHi-:r.K>S l'ie debentures uii-
thorlsed by the suld By-Inws hnve not been
sold nnd owing to an advanoe In the mtn
of 'nterost for monev since tie- pusslnit
..' the sold Bv-lnws Hi" suit debentures
ther-bv authorised cannot bo sold or disposed of i xcept ut it discount involving
i stih-*tnntin1 reduction In tie- amount reoulred to he provided for nnd It Is ncn-
'ssn-- i" .'.-iss tbis B-e-law authorising
ih- rlrhenti �� t-fkthn snld amounts t" h��a'
interest   ut    the   fitte   of   Klve   per   c litimi
i', pi r c nt i tier nnniitn.
anii WIinrtlSAS It will be necessary
undei   sold By-law No.  Il<i,\  to nils., an-
imnllv  b *  st nl  i"i.* tn.-  sum  of Two
Thousand Sl\ Knndred nnd Thirty and
���17-1 '0 Dollars !J,030.87) to r.inn a ulnk-
Itlg  fend   for  t:..*   tiuvmont   of  lbe  prlncl-
(���nl und the sum of Twelve Thousand Five
Ilundred Hollurs ($13,600.00) lor Interest making together n total amounl nn-
nunllv or Fifteen Thousund One Hundred
���tnd Thl-tv nnd d7-ino Dollars ($ir..-
I'lO.ST) for the term of thirty-nine (H9i
v.-nrs for tin- repayment of the suid loan
nud In terest thereon ns hereinafter men-
1.  lhe tunount  of Two Thousnnd  Six
8
THE DOMINION BANK
���IIISOMUNDB.Otl.SS. MP. PRISIMNT. wo  MATTHCWS. VtOS-SSlSIOINT.
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
9
Capital paid up
Reserve Fund ���
Total ������acta
$5, OOO, 000
$0,000,000
$76,000,000
$1 Gives You A Bank Book
You do net need to wtit unt.l you hsve a large sum ol money,
In order lo open an account with this Bank. You can open ��n
eccount with $l.--on which interest wll! be compounded twice a
year.   Thus, youi* ssvlngs ��re slways earning money for you.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH *.   a H. MATHEWSON, Mii-iager.
I
u  total  amount  annually  of  On
Thousnnd   Six   Hundred   and   Ninety-four
,-inn    rioll.iri    ($1,091 66 i    for   the I
term   of   thirty-dine  yours   f,.-,-  the   repay- j
ment of the suid lean und Interest  thereon
ss hereinafter mentioned,  the amount  of
Tw.. Hundred und Ninety-four and ti'.-i""
Dollars  ($394.85)  bnvl*     been raised for.
the llrst year's sinking fund.
AND  WHKUKAS the net value of the
whole   rateable  I.ind  In   tlle  Municipality I t-OD,  UOUI.BT,  Agent. N.w Weetmlneter.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves   ctillllwack    7    *.   m.    Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
LaOavea   Weetmlneter   I  s.  m.   Monday,
Weill.eadity and Friday.
ui rdlng   to   the   lust   revised   osSes
roll amounts t" Twenty-two Million One
Hundreil un.l Rlghleen Thousand Three
Hundred and Beventy.five Dollars ($33,-
il8.378.00) for general purposes nnd In-
cludlng   District   l^.i   Om-   ilundred   and
SeveiitV-tWO (172) for SChOOl pui*ts.��es I--
TWentV-tWO    Millions      Sit       Hundred    nud
Twentv-nlne T -.nd Two Hundred nn.l
ru.. Dollars (*l>J.c-jn.zon.-no>.
TIIE municipal COUNCIL nf tl"*
Corporation ..f the Dlatrlct of Burnnby
enacts us follows-���--
i Tbut the debenturea authorised by
said liv-iuws No. I20A, I31A, 133. 1-*.
130. 143. 143, in and MT, ahull bear Interest ul  the ii f live |s-r centum < ���'. |s-r i
cent i per annum computed from the Flrsl
day of July, 1913, und such Interest shall |
be pavable half-yearly on tho Thirtieth
dav ..f June und the Thlrty-llrst day of
December in ouch your during the our*
retu-v thereof uttll the said dobenture
shnll hnve attached to them coupons for
the payment  of the snid Interest  whlol
shnll hour the slgtiiituio of the Reeve and
clerk und such signature mnv bo either
written, stamped, printed or lithographed
2. Tliere shnll be raised nnd levied annually during the currency ef the snld dt
bentures authorised by said Hv-lnw N.
IMA by sisclal rate sufficient therefor
upon nil the rateable land within the llm
Its of the suld Municipality In addition to
the unniiul sums required liy the said Hv-
law No. 180A tlio sum of One Thotlsittul
Two Hundred nnd Fifty Dollars <$!.-
'jfio.uni to pay the additional Int. rest authorised by tills Hv-lnw tin- Siltll" to be
In addition to all rules to I.e levied nnd
(���rented ln the aiilti Municipality.
",.    There shnll ho raised nnd levied un-
nually during ihe currency or the said debentures sutl.orl7.i-d tiy snld llv-luw- No.
121A bv Special rnt" sufficient therefor
unon ull tbo rateable bind within the limits
of llie snld Munlclpalltv In addition to tin*
annual sums reoulred bv th<- said Bv-law
No. 121A the sum or Two Hundred nnd
Fiftv Hollurs l$'jr.n.nni to nnv the Additional Interest luilhorlgort bv this Tl"-
Inw. the sum.- t . lie tn uihUtlnn to nil fyt'-s
to be levied und eionted In the suld Municipality,
4     There s' u'l ne rtt1s*d nnd levin*' nn-
nuntlv durtnt**** lhe enrrcucv of lbe snld '!���>-
bentiins authorised hv ssld Bv-law No
122 bi- specini rnte sufllolent therefor upnn
nil the rateable lands within tin- llm'ts
of tbe snld Municipality in addition to the
nntiunl sums reoulred bv tie- snld P-v-lnw
No. 122 the sum of One Tbousunil Two
Hundred nod cirtv Dollars ($1,950.00) .to
nnv tbe Additional interest nuttinidged bv
tbls Ilv-law Hie snme to be In addition to
nil rites to b��- levied and created lu tlie
snld Munlclpalltv.
H.   W.  mtoniB. O,   P.   A..  Vancouver
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New Imported Pall Buttings now on
display.   See them.    Perfect nt and
workmanship guaranteed. Trices from
JlK.t'O up.    ""I  Front Streel.
Tliere  Shull Tie   l;il!-.e,|   anil   ll-Vled   Ul|-
Hundred  and  Thirty  and  S7-100   Dollars I uuully during the currency of the sahl de
P.O. Box 34 Dally Newe Bldg.
J. T.  BURNETT'S  PRINT  SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
of sll kinds.
Prices right.   Satisfaction guaranteed
*���* McKenile  Rt.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 108.     Bern Phone Uf
���egbl* -street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITV OP NEW WESTMINSTER. B C.
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones: Office 53, Residence 129.
JOHN IIF.IO. Proprietor.
GENERAL  MACHINE  WORK,
ENGINEERING AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Agents     Palmer     nroa.'   Gasoline
Engines. Marine   Engines  and  Automobile Repairs.
Office and Works: Tenth 8t.
P.O. Box 474.   New Westminster, B.C. FRIDAY, AUGU8T 23, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAOI  BEVIN
ii
ELIEVE ME
��
\X7HEN Mrs. A. J. Birtch told me to close out her entire stock of high class women's and children's wear before Sept. 15,1 told her
she would have to forget the original cost and profit and that, in order to carry out my orders, I would stop at nothing.   Now.
I am going to live up to my contract and clean out this stock so fast that it will make every man, woman and child sit up with astonishment.   I have cut the prices still deeper for Saturday, so be here when the doors open and get first pick.
DOORS OPEN AT 9 a. m. TOMORROW
Box Sale, $5,00
Values for 25c.
We havo taken articles from all departments, ranging in prices
from BOc. to $5 and placed them in packages antl boxes and will
OFFER   THEM   FOR
SATURDAY AT
The Packages contain
dresses, hats, waists,
blouses, gloves, sweat-
era, muslinwear, hosiery
and manv other articles.
$1,000 REWARD
.-""N
10c   HANDKER-
rillKI'S  QF  cooo
1.INKNKTTK   ANIi
COLORS     BALK
PRICE
3%c
CHILDREN'S HAT!-
AND  CAPS;
VALUES TO $2.60.
SAI.K PRICE
Sc
I.AIMK.S'   NECKWEAR,   INCLUDING   JABOTS  AM)
IH'KH.KS;
VALUE TO  $1.50,
SAI.K   PRICE
10c
LADIES'   HOSIERY
BLACK AND
WHITE; VAl.t'KS
TO 50c    SAI.K
PRICE
15c
ART  CU8HION
TOl'S.  VALUES
TO II BO.    MY
NOW KOIt CHRIST-
MAS    SAI.K PRICE
35c
WHITE ANP
COLORED   WAISTS
AND  BL0U8E8;
Al.l. THK LATEST
STYLES AND
MODELS;   LOW
AND  HIGH   NECK;
i.iiMl AND SHORT
SLEEVES'. VALTJE8
TO  18.60.  TODAY
ONLY
98c
MUBLIN waists
ANI) BLOUSES
Al.l, BTYLES;
VALUES TO 11.60
SAI.K PRICE
49c
WHITE  AND
COLORED  WAISTS
AND BLOU8ES;
Al.l. THK   LATEST
STVI.KS ANH
M0DEL8;   LOW
AND  HIGH   NECK;
mini; AND SHOUT
��LEEVES. VALUES
TO   16.00.     TODAY
ONLY
$2.89
173  PERRIN'S
0LOVES;   ALL
COLORS   AND
SI/KS      SAI.K
PRICE
85c
CHILDREN'S
STRAW HAT8;
EXTRA SPECIAL
VALUES TO $3.60.
SAI.K   I'lilCE
69c
I WILL PAY
$1,000 Reward
to any person
who can prove
that there was
ever as much
as $1.00 worth
ofmerchandise
bought especially for this sale
Signed,   H. T. Lacelle
0.-..'%r*!'.
filWL*/ Hxf
'*?'2*'n*^ ��� ���'���;���'���'.^m "*
���������wM (M
Absolutely Free to
the first 25 Ladies
to enter the store Saturday morning I will give absolutely free of
charge a very pretty cushion top; values as high as $2.50. You
need not buy anything; all you have to do is to be one of the first
25 ladies to enter the store
and you will receive one
of these pillow tops absolutely
i nave iu uu is io ue uiic ui ine ursi
FREE
I.ADIKS'       WRAPPERS  AND
HOUSE  DRESSES;
VALUES   TO   $2.60
SALE PRICE
85c
5dc. CUSHION
CORPS. ALL
COLORS; 15c.
VALUES.  SALE
PRICE
15c
RIBBONS,   ALL
STYLES, SIZES
AND COLORS;  15c.
VALUES.     SALE
PRICE
5c
LADIES'   UNDERVESTS;       VALUES
FROM  25c. TO 45c.
SALE   PRICE
15c
BERLIN   WOOLS;
REGULAR      PRICE
10c.    SALE PRICE
5c
-HILDREN'S
SCHOOL   DRESSES
VLI,  STYLES   AND
'OI.ORS;    VALUES
TO $4.00.     SALE
I'RICE
98c
ALL ART GOODS
AND NOVELTIES,
CUSHION'S
HALF
PRICE
LADIES'   WASH
SKIRTS;   VALUES
TO $5.00    SALE
PRICE
95c
YOU BE THE JUDGE, WE DON'T ASK
YOU TO TAKE OUR WORD
for any statement made in this advertisement. I might say right here and now that I wish you to bc thc judge. Come and see
for yourself; look over thc bargains offered and see if I am not making prices which wcre never before made in this or in any
other store in this city. This is not a profit making sale but a rea! bargain festival. Mothers brinjr your children; husbands bring
your wives. Now is the time to get good clean wearing apparel for little money. If we were to self dollar bills at a handsome reduction you would line up in front of the store. Now here is the same proposition, so get in line; get here early. Don't let your|
neighbor beat you to it.
WHITE AND
COLORED   WAISTS
AND   BLOUSES;
ALL THE LATEST
STYLES AND
MODELS;   LOW
AND HIGH  NECK;
LONG AND SHORT
SLEEVES. VALUES
TO 14.50.    TODAY
ONLY
$2.69
Thc above arc just a few of
thc many bargains.   Come
and sec for yourself.
MRS. A. J. BIRTCH
61 7 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
WHITE AND
COLORED   WAISTS
AND   BLOUSES;
ALL THE  LATEST
STYLES AND
MODELS;   LOW
AND HIGH  NECK-
LONG AND SHORT
SLEEVES. VALUES
TO J3.50.    TODAY
ONLY
$1.95
The above are just a few of
the many bargains.   Come
and see for yourself.
Vests for Ladies
Wrfat fashion dictates for fall
Wear, "The Stroller."
Lati.i'H  and   gentlemen,    especially
ladles, but by no means forgottlng the
gentlemen, we have with us the new
lall styles.   And the great-fit ol theau
la neither the silhouette sktrt nor the ;
tnnKo gown, but thc "stroller" which I
haa a  vest lo lt and pockets In the j
���skirl' and  pockets  In the Jacket and
pockets  In  tlle   vest   and  looks  Just
lik�� a man's suit except that It Isn't.
It   is neither daring -nor dlnphanous,
which Is something of a relief, and It
Is said to be popular and sensible at
one  and the same time.
There have boen Jacket and skirts
with pockets in them before, but the
crowning glory of tho "stroller" Is lta
wai nl coat.
lt ia none of yonr compromla-3 "ves-
tees." but a real man's veil, with
watch pocket>i. a Htrnn behind, and
nil the rest nf it. It calls for a watch
clia n s'ralirM across the front and
Is not feminine to any extent whatever.
An Acourate Adaptation
The Jacket, too. is exactly like a
raan'i coat, hanpjtng straight from
the shoulders and decidedly tnssm*
linn ns to aleevea Bnd lapels. Tno
only thing to give It away Is the or-
natenem of the buttons, of which
there are Ihree. the conventional
.number. The skirt has a pocket In
each side. Is of plain <����ored11,d/��'��"
nnd possesses two buttoned sUts, nnd
ihr whole stilt Is made of the moat
mnnnlsh fabric obtainable.
Tlv, "stroller."  which  Is an  absolutely aoeuratti adaptation ��iw
atylea   la a novelty In all the   fall
Styles.    And It i�� not a freak either,
but a sensible, practical fashion thai
ll going to be popular because of Its |
general utility  value.    Business  women will be much taken w.th it.
The Intrusion    of    the    masculine
waistcoat   into   women's  garb  Is  fur-
Uicr lllustraiod by smite more elaborate  Biiits  that  havo  the "vestee"  as
an addid attraction.    The "vestee" is
UCt a separate garment but is part of]
lhe jacket, and is u sort of delusion
In that It Is only a falso front, bo to i
speak,    lt is fancy  and trilled and
runs   the   whole   scale  of  colors.     It |
has  pocsets,   however,  and   Is   there
���everal ways whon It comes to looka. j
PROPHESIED DIAPHANOUS
SKIRTS 200 YEARS AGO
CornlBh, Col., Aug. 28���The arrival
of the diaphanous hobble, and the silt
skirt, which threaten the modes of
1913, ls the fulfillment of the prophecy and the hopes of Sir Charles
de Puyster Goodwin, of Scotland, who
lived 20D years axo, according to ancient manuscript found yesterday bv.
Miss Fnlth Corson Smith In nn old
trunk In the attic of her home.
The manuscript wai dnted November 10, 1704, add reads In pnrt:
"The time hath come when 1 think
there Is much to be revealed to my
children's children in clothing tho
human form. I cannot believe that
inien will forever wenr wIrr. awords
iand knee breeches and suchlike fopperies. J
| "ladles should not b�� ao*elrciiin-
apect In their dresses, which are cum
h"rsome. nnd the long trains which
please their majesties of this vear of
our lord seem to be naught but a do
.sign to conceal that which the creator meant should be revealed.
"Perhaps posterity will learn that
there Is nought to he ashamed of In
'that which Ood hath ereated, no mat
ter what station ln life may be mentioned.
"The creator never meant men and
women to be so burdened with velvet
ribbons, lace and powder that his
handiwork should be conce^Kd or dis
torted. Thc Romans, it seems to me
were much more sensible than we are
today,'��nd it may be in a dozen scores
of years that peoples of the world
will grow- these late changes which
are only worse than those which were
their Immediate predecessors."
Sir Charles lived on the Scottish
side of the border until be became Involved in political offenses that made
him a fugitive to London, where th*
fashions of the times evoked his dls.
pleasure and his prophesy.
KIPLING STANZA
TEUS HIM OIF
Military Magistrate Glpes Dilapidated
Old Royal Marine One More
Chance.
Toronto. Aug. 28.���Kipling, the poet
of the empire, saved a man In Toronto from Jail. Ruyard wasn't ln "our
midst," butj the mannor of the man's,
rescue from the cells ts another glorious example that the pen ls mightier
than thu sword, especially when lta
words sink Into a sympathetic hear*.
It was tn thc police court. Col. Denison was on th" 'Y,--"p when tho name
of Victor S. Mendoff was called. A
broken-down, somewhat pathetic figure was Mendoff, as he pleaded guilty
to tteallng some articles from a fellow roomer.   But the light of a better
. ji  .. ,���i��� _.'��� -.. ��� .-.
uiitiiho. J momentarily returned, and
there was moro thin simply words
when '.ie expulned with pride and
some dignity; "I was a member of
the Marines and have three good conduct b-adget."
'Hie colonel heard the remark, but
after a searching, sceptical look, said
shortly, "ten days." Then it wns that
the fine Inrltone of Crown Attorney
Corley broke Into Kipling:
"A blooming hermaphrodite
Soldier and sailor, too.
But -to stand aud be ft ill
To the  Birkenhead  drill
It a d tough billet to chew;
But they done it���
His majesty's   soldiers   and   sailors,
toe."
Every word Beemed to bring the
military magistrate some recollection.
With the last words he was sitting upright with his chest thrown out. Suddenly he leaned over the desk, and,
looking at the prisoner, Issued a staccato command: "You go, but stlok to
the red, white and blue."
So Kipling freed Victor 8. Mendoff,
lato of the British navy, from the
cells. Thc old mariner walked out of
cort with some of hla old-time alertness.   He had got another chance.
landing right side up, but falling directly on top of Mr. Daily in Its first
tumble. Mrs. Daily was scratchedand
bruised considerably, while Mr. Dblly
escaped without a scratch. One wheel
of the machine was badly smashed.
ONLY SCRATCHED.
Woman Gets Off Lightly When Auto
Drops On Her.
Gifford. Waah., Aur. 28.-F. L. Dally,
clerk for the allotting crew on the
south half ot the reservation, accompanied by hla wife, mqt with an accident while coming trom -Port Spokane
In an auto, to the new camp that ta
being established at lnchellum, across
the river trom here.
Mr. Dally was driving the car and
when at the top of the long grade, near
Blsael, the auto suddenly awerved to
one aide and plunged over the bank.
Both occupants were thrown out and
the car turned a complete somersault,
OFF
REGULAR PRICES
That is the inducement we are offering the prospective purchasers of Electrical Fixtures.
See Our Hot-Point Irons and Heating Apparatus
All Madza Lamps at Reduced
Prices, 60c
Shades from 75c to $1.50���Now from 15c to 45c
WEBER & SOLEY
ELECTRICIANS, SIXTH STREET
Contractors for Every Kind j>f Electrical Work
*********
"The Playground of-K C."
Wtoe,SKle.&Co.,��t, %.--���    ��� t - -   ���
f    PAflft BMHT
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919.
Fl
"PAY    CASH    IT    WILL    PAY
YOU".
Remember the PUce-
33 Eighth Street
���nd the telephone No. 2
Shredded
Pineapple
Imported especially for our
trade after inticli difficulty In
procuring lt. Delightful for
Sundeas, Especially nice for
Frtiit Salmi antl a doreu other
neat dishes. Kemember we are
s-ole iigentB for this product, per
tin 30c.
Sliced I'caches-TheBe are
very hard lo procure and only a
limited pack, bo Ijc sure and get
���t tin, per tin 30c.
California I.lmes���Juclcr than
lemons and far cheaper. Kor
drinks, lemon pies, etc., they
cannot be beaten, per dozen 20c.
Bon Ton Raisins���A No. 1. Tho
beet on thc market, 2 16-oz.
pkgs. 25c.
FRUIT.
Peaches, per lb     10c.
l'ears,   2   lbs 25c.
Plums, 2 lbs 25e.
Drapes,  per  lb 20c.
Oranges, doz 35c. and 40c.
Hamulus,  dozen    30c.
f'anteloupes .-...ISc.
Watermelons   35c. to 65c.
THE
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS      S. K. BRIQOS
PHONE 2.
INVITE
ACCOUNTS
in our saving department ; 4 per cent interest
is- allowed, added quarterly. Every courtesy
is extended.
You will be welcome
at all times to our best
judgment and advice regarding any and all of
your financial problems.
Dominion Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
C. S. KnTH, Manager.
New Westminster
Branch.
606 Columbia St.
Pald-Up Capital  and  Surplus
$2,800,000.
Trusteeships  under  Administration, over }6,000.000.
Trustee for Bondholders over
��25,000,000.
Open Saturday Evenings 7 to 9.
CURTIS
REXALL
DRUG
STORE
.. f or ..
PHOTO
GOODS
SPECS
CITY
All notices of meetings, entertainments, sales of work, etc., In this
column are charged for at the rate
of 10 cents per line. Please do not
ask members of the staff to break thla
rule, as their Instructions are positive.
MIsb I.. Hoe will meet her pupils for
piano aud theory this week.      tlMtii
Klre drill waa held at the city High
school yesterday afternoon.
A public meeting of ratepayers of
the Kdmonds district will be held at
Moreton hull on Friday. October 29.
at 8 p.m., to dlBctiBs the bylaw now
before the electors. 11960)
MIbs Cave-Browne-Cave will resume
her classes for plunoforte, violin,
theory, harmony, counterpoint und
voice production on Tuesday, September 2.    She will this term have aa her
associate Mra. Cave-Browne-Cave, who
has recently arrived from England.
111164)
The hospital board of tlie Royal Columbian hospital will hold a meeting
at 10:80 this morning.
The funeral of the late Kdward
CailUield. chief engineer of the snag-
boat Samson was held yesterday
moraitiiK In Vancouver from Kearney's
undertaking establishment.
Many people from New Westminster, Including almosl every officer and
member of the crew of the Samson,
attended the services In Holy Rosary
church,
Provincial Policeman With Insane Indian, Had to  Keep Charge In City
Jail  Until Today.
Refused admittance at both the pro-
] vincial jnii and the asylum, a provln-
The remains of the late  William clal oonttaMe from the Chllcoottai dls.
Michael l'rceee, who died in Ihls Olty triOt was forced to ask the assistance
on Wednesday, are being shipped from ior the city police last evening in liar
Howell's undertaking parlors to Vic- boring an insane Indian who wai
torla, where burial  will take place.      brought down irom Die Interior. I.av-
 i lng been  committed to the asylum its
.insane.   The redskin. It appears, made
TO INVESTIGATE  METHODS himself n dangerous person among his
OF SASKATOON POLICE! tribe and nlso with the white settlers
In the district, having chased a White
A meeting of the Kdmonds ratepay
ers will be held tills evening to discuss j
the bylaw to be voted upon Saturday
II. .1. Hussell lias broken all records
In his N'ew Weetmlneter auction mart
on Columbia street (Kings hotel
block). This new tirm are handling
all kinds of new and second-hand
furniture at bargain prices.        (196:11
The executive nf the U A. & I.
society will hold their weekly meeting in the board of trade room at 8
o'clock this evening.
Notice.���A. B and C companies.
104th regiment, will do their class
firing for efficiency pay on Saturday.
August 30, commencing lit 9 a.m.. at
the Brownsville range, lilfles will be
issued at the drill hall Friday, August
29, at 8 p.m. (1961)
Captain Powell, city harbor engineer, is scheduled to address the
members of the Vancouver Progress
club at a luncheon on September 10.
Extensive alterations have started
at Denny & Kosa' the Big Furniture
store. To make room for this work
thev are making heavy reductions on
all 'lines. Get their prices, lt will
pay you. (1956)
Surfacing work was started yesterday morning on the stretch of Kings-
way between Edmonds and Tenth
avenue.
If your corns hurt uBfi George's
Corn Shields. Hill's drug store. (194M
Saskatoon. Aug. 88, An Investigation into llle police lone methods is
called by the mayor, who Is chairman
of the police commission, for 1:30 tomorrow, following charges, made by a
locu newspaper against It. K.
Dunning, chlel' of police, and the force
on the ground thai they were suppressing Information rightfully belonging
I to the public and  that they  were gen-
Brails Inefficient.
WILL TAKE YEAR TO BUILD
PANAMA CANAL GATE
San Krancisco, Aug. 28, The San
Krancisco linn that Obtained the contract tor the two i,rc<it floating caissons to be ii**-- d in rh.* entrances to
the Pauuina ctaiiui, received orders today to begin work on one of the big
gates. The cost of constructing the
caissons will be J-tuu.tiun and it. will
take 200 men a year to I lid It The
gate will be 113 feet long ..i Vel in
beam and 6f> feet iu depth, It will
have a draft of til feet and Will weigh
about lo.ono tons.
The two entrance gates are designed for use ln case it is found necessary to close the canal to make repairs on the ocean sides of thc
locks.
lirst
Smuggling spirits across the border
to the Canadian side resulted in three
men being taken into custody yesterday morning by the Dominion authorities at White Kock.
Ceattle Fire Loss.
Scuttle. Aug. 28.���Fire Chief H. W.
Bringhurst today reported to the city
council that the lire loss for Ihe
month of July amounted to but $14.-
362.85, of which amount $6314.70 waa
on buildings and $8048.15 on contents.
woman when armed with n gun, before being picked  up by  the police.
A party of four made the trip, an -
other constable having brought a
white man down to the provincial Jail
where he will serve out a sentence for
an  offence.
The Insane Indian will probably be
taken   to  the asylum  this  morning.
See Advt. on Pa��e 3
McAllisters Ltd.
Successors to Lees Limited
White Rock
"The Playground  of B.C."
WHITE, SHILES & Co., Off icial Agents
AMERICANS
STAYING
IN   MEXICAN  CITIES
Douglas. Ariz.. Aug. 28.���Although
Sonora wiib flooded with consular notification! of President Wilson's Instructions for Americans to leave
Mexico, there was no apparent response today, lt was predicted lhat
a few women ud children will leave
the country, but nearly all men, mining agents, declared would remain at
their work the Nacossarla mining district carried more passengers than on
any day this inonth.
Na-Dru-Co Laxatives
are different in that they
do not gripe, purge nor
cause nausea, n^r does
continued use lesse-n their
effectiveness. You can
{ always depend on them.
25c. a box at your
Druggist's.     i7s
nil
I ind Ckcaikal C��.
���I Cam-la, Ualtad
At the Theatres;
Edison  Theatre.
"The  While  Slave."  au  interesting
Vitagraph two pari drama, wlll be the
feature of the bill at the Edison theatre today.
The story deals with the revelation
to  a   white  girl   that   she  has   black
blood in her veins and that she is a
Money  to  loan  on  firBt  mortgages. I s-*avl. 0f the estate on which she lives
Improved city    and
9 per cent. Alfred W
farm    property
MeLeod.  (18281
Several members of the geological
society who are visiting the coast
cities were in the city yesterday afternoon, afterwards taking in the down
river trip on the Transfer.
Insure with Alfred W. MeLeod, the ;
insurance    man.    All kinds
Hundreds of millions to pay losses.
(1828)
TAKE THIS
AUTO TRIP
Pack In your bathing Bulls nnd a
well filled hamper and spend .1 day at
Maple lieach. Boundary Hay. Plenty
lot free picnic places on tbe sand
I beach or under the wonderful spread*
White Rock Hotel
Under new management; $2.00 pet-
day. Special weekly and week-end
tariff on application. H. W. MORRIS,
Lessee.
B
E
UY
URNS
EEF
-and���
NJOY
EATING
VERY DAY.
P. Burns & Co. Ltd.
Palace  Market, Columbia St., Phones
1200,  1201, 1202.
Sapperton   Market,   Phone  1204.
Eighth  St.  Market,  Phone 1205.
Edmonds  Market,  Phone  L883.
rational features, dealing
with the time of slavery in the antebellum days. The manner In which
htimoti lives were bartered and the
evils of the laws dealing with the
slave question are strikingly illustrated. Tlie play may lie pointed out as
written I contrasting the trying problems of the
past with the quieter conditions of the
present. The beautiful character of
the girl and her utter helplessness to
A shop meeting was    held    at    the I overcome an accident of birth creates
Schaake Machine Works yesterday by  a powerful effect  upon  one's sympa
the Y. M. C. A.    Rev. Mr. Lewis andlthles and emotions,
Mr. Robinson took charge of the ser-
vlce Royal   Features.
'    There    will    be   several interesting
It is a stirring tale of love, hatred and
revenge  and   possesses   valuable  edu- , . , ,        ,
it  does I""5   maples.     Lovely    spring     u.-t-i
What  with  the harbor Improvements, the further
DEVELOPMENT OF
the fisheries and
Aitchison's
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
surely Westminster is coming to
her own.
J.N.AITCHISON
Tailor to Ladies and Gentlemen.
Westminster Trust Block.
Special Excursions
The Alaska Coast (Stewart.)
Observatory Inlet (Granby Bay.)
and Return.
Five    Days     including
Meals  and   Berth.
Glacial,   Island.   Mountain  and  Forest
Scenery.
S.S   "PRINCE   GEORGE." S.8. "PRINCE  RUPERT"
Sails M.,ndnys (Midnight), Aug. Sails Thursdays (Midnight) Aug
2'olt) and  Sept.  1. -.'1st and 88th.
lionts remain at PRINCB RtJPKRT one day, affording an opportunity of seeing the new (.irand Trunk Pacific cltv. Parlor rooma
separately or en suite, wltb or withoct private bath. etc. an au additional cost. Staterooms en suite without mtra cosi. All outside
rooms.
Through ticketB to all Eastern polntB via the popular (Irand Trunk
system.
(!   SMITH, C, P. & T. A,
' Cirsuvllle Street, Vancouver.
W.   E.  DUPEROW.  O.  A.   P   D.
Phone Private Exchange 8134
J. H. Todd's Music House
419 Columbia   Str.et,  New  Westminster.
GERHARD HEINTZMAN  AND DOMINION  PIANOS AND ORGANS.
VICTOR   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPH8.
Singer  Sewing   Machines.    8mall   Musical Good, of all  Kind*   phon-   i
For pressed brick, fire clay, common brick, cement, lime, plaster,
gravel, sand, rock and fuel oil. apply-
to the B, C. Transport Co., Ltd. Office
phone 8M, wharf phone 880.      (1829)
A farewell gathering to Itev. J. S.
Henderson will be held next Tuesday
evening in St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church. Mr. Henderson is leaving the
end of the month to assume his new
duties.
A disappointing house greeted liOly
Clifford and his "Believe Me" company at the opera liouse last evening,
this terminating their two days' visit
to the city. The show was put on In
xcellent manner, an Improvement
over the night   previous, and  Clifford
I himself performed and scored in every
ftct. .Manager Tidy of the opera house
announced from the stage that "Officer 666" would appear In this city on
Wednesday evening. Sept. IV. This
farce has made a hit in the same way
|as Get Rich Quick Wallingtord and
will be of interest to New Westminster theatre-goers.
features
new   proi
tlie Royal  tin litre on the
am   starting   with   today's
matinee,
One of the most sensational photoplays ever staged wlll be presented
by the Oaumont company, which is
known tbe world over for ils novel and
exciting films. Fantomas Is one of
their most wonderful productions and
Is just crammed full of excitement
Tlie name of Gaumont is sufficient
guarantee of excellence In production
and photography. There wlll be a
laughable Keystone with Kord Sterling and Mabel Normanil In 'he star
parts. Sterling is the funny Dutchman and there is no use mentioning
Mabel, as everyone who visits picture
tin aires is well acquainted with her
A Thanhpurer comedv nnd sn American drama will round put the picture
o.iri of the entertainment, and K-irl
Karey will be h.-nrd In late popular
songs and will also tickle the piano In
way.
Take the River road   to   Ladner   and
the Goudy road south.
CURTIS A DORGAN.
Agents for Whalen Estate.
New Westminster.
SPECIALS
VICTORIAN  ORDER   OF  NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence Y. W. C. A.       Phone 1324.
MATERNITY, SURGICAL AND
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
liartlet  Pears  	
Plums   	
P.aches   	
Cann loupe.  (ach
Watermelon, i ach   . ..
Malaga Crapes, per Ib,
.3 lbs. fer 2iic
.2 Ihs. for 25c
3 lbs. for 250
 lOe
 50o
 lie
oranges, Lemons, Bananas, etc.
W* J. RUSE
(Successor to Ayling tl Swain.)
447  Columbia St. Phone 98.
K. H.  BUCKUN,
Pre*, and deal  Mgr.
N.  BKAKD8LEB,
Vice-President
W. r. H. UUCKUN.
Bee. and Trees
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ud.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 snd 877.
m .1
��
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented*
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS rURINISMED
>
CRESCENT BEACH
Take advantage of the Business Man's Train and make your
home at Crescent Peach (Elackie Spit)   for the summer months,
Train leavea at 5:30 p.m. dlily, on and after June 15, returning In
the  morning  in  time  for business.    Crescent    Peach    affords    Ideal
conditions for summer homes, combining the  best  of bathing, boat
Ing at all stages of the tide together with  fine beach.    Artesian well
water to all residents.    Let us show you this property.
F. J. HART &  CO., LTD.
his own  inimitable
Established  1881.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, Employers'
Marine   ln.ur.ro-.
Liability.   Automobile   and
PROVINCIAL  HOUSE TO
DECIDE  ARMORY  SITE
Nothing will be done in the matter (tl obtaining a new Bite for the armory of the  101th  regiment   until  the
next session of the provincial legisla-
mn .
Mayor Cray yesterday said tlmt the
���id cemetery property, on Eighth
sireot was a possible Bite for tht- building promised by Col Sam Hughes,
minister of militia, but until the city
obtained a clear title to the site, nothing could  be done.
Al the next session ol the Victoria
assembly the site matter v. ill be taken
up with the provincial authorities
through Thomas Olfford, M P.P., when
it Is expected that little difficulty will
In   met.
WOMAN    NOT   HURT   BY
FALL FROM TRAIN '.
Medicine Hat, Aug   28.���To rail off:
a passenger train going at full speed ,
and escape with only had bruises, was
the  remarkable  experience    of    Mrs. i
Meyers    she was accompanied by her
daughter on the Crow train and while
going from one car to another, fell off. I
Being   missed,   the  train   was  stopped
at   the   next   station   and   an   engine
sent   back.     .Mrs.   Meyers   was   found
walking along  the    track.    Hlm    was I
brought to Medicine Hat hospital but'
lier injuries were very slight.
| Yardman   Killed.
[ Edmonton, Aug. 28.���While encaged
in switching al the (Irand Trunk
1'nclflc freight yards last night. r|,f.
ford Mills, a yardman, was Instantly
killed by being thrown under tbe
wheels of tbe engine of a passing
train.
The OLD RELIABLE
The Carpenters have started extensive alterations. Our stock must be reduced
to make room.   All lines are included, and the reductions are genuine.
NOTE THESE PRICES, THEN CALL AND SEE THE GOODS.
Carpets Reduced to Rock-Bottom Prices
Axmlnrter Squares;  i*.    '... io, for
Wilton .-iijuureB;  reg. $23.50, for
Brussels S(|tinres;  reg. K'4,  to clear
Tapestry Squares from 	
$17 50 A" 'he above are in medium or large room size.
eio en Japanese Matting Squares:
S18 SO ,slz��� 9xu  J2.50
$17.50 Size dxio  S2.2S
$6.50 Hize 9x9     $1.05
Genuine Bargains in All lines of Furniture
Below are a few samples pieked at random from our immense up-to-date Stock.
White Enamel Chiffonier to match    $14.00
Couches; a dandy couch, reg 'If, for   $11.5**
Couch, red or green  Velour   $5.50
Davenports;  oak  frame;   American  leather;
regular (86, for     i $23.50
Oo-caru; collapsible, from  $5.85
Quartered Oak, 8-rt  Extension Tallies;  reg.
*���'���������'��� f'J'- $19.00
Quartered Oak 8-ft Extension Tables; reg.
MS, for $35.00
Set Diners; fumed Oalt;  leather seat, $16.90
When   we   advertise   leather  wc   mean  genuine
leather, not imitation.
White Knamel Iron Beds, brass filling . . . $2.90
White   Knamel   Iron    Beds,    Brass    filling,
one half regular price    $3.50
Brars Beds, regular IIS for   $13.75
Brass Beds, regular $.10, for  $21.00
Brass  Beds, regular ��80, lor   $40.00
Brass Beds, regular $30, for   %**�� OO
Dresser and Washstnnd, empire Oak  $11.50
''.ermine  mahogany  dresser,    large    mirror
priced at   $24.75
Birch mahogaiiN  Dresser;  large Oval .Mirror
I'r'ce    $15.90
White Enamel Dresser, nice design  . . $1050
DENNY  &   ROSS
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE.
Cor. Sixth and Carnarvon Sts.
Phone 588.
B. C. ELECTRIC���INTERURBAN LINES.
Trains From Interurban Terminal���Columbia St.
For Vancouver via Cen
tral Park.
WEEKDAYS���* and 6<5 a.m.
and every 15 minutes until 9
p.m. Half hourly service until
11 p.m. with late car at midnight
SATUHDAYS���16 minute ser
vice is continued until 11 p.m.
SUNDAYS -6, ?. 7 30 8 and
8.30 and every 15 minutes until
11 p.m. with late car at mid-
n:ght.
For Vancouver via
Burnaby
REGULAR  SHRVICE-6.46  and
0.4.1 a.m. and Hourly until 10 p.
tn.,  with   lato  car at  11.30.
HUSH   HOUK   SPECIALS���7.30
a.m. and -4.30 p.m.
SUNDAYS���8 am. and    hourly
until 10 p.m. with late car at
ll.itt.
For Vancouver via
Eburne
WEEKDAYS���7 a.m. and every
hour until 11 p.m.
SUNDAYS- 8 a.m.    and    every
Intro until 11 p.m.
Connection  Is made at    Eb-
hour until 11 p.m.
aad other points on Lulu Island.
Fraser Valley Line
KOR CHILLIWACK AND WAY
STATIONS���9.16 a.m.. 1.10 and
ti.llj p.m.
KOR HUNTINGDON AND WAY
POINTS���4.01 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
BOILERS
Riveted Steel Pipes
-      BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P.   O.   BOX   44?
TBLEPHONB   it*
641 FR0N1
SCHOOL BOOTS-Finest Variety in City
Strong Box Kip, sizes 7,8,9,10 $1.25
Strong Box Kip, sizes 11,12, and 13  1.4.5
���Strong Box Kip, sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5  1.75
Ladies' boots what you want for now and winter 1.95
Gents' light and heavy boots, from   1.95
Slater Shoes (F. W.), Leckie's Boots, K. Boots, etc.
FREE!   FREE!  FREE!
A 25c. bottle of Packard's Famous Shoe Polish
to each purchaser of 1 dozen laces at 10c. a dozen.
Buy the laces, the Polish will be given you.
Open Evenings Till 9 p.m.; Sat urdaye 11  p.m.

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