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 News Classified Ads. ,   I
Have proveu tlieir worth by thf
resulta tliey produce. They flt
targe or small wants at small
coat. 1
*  aWma&r
VOLUME 8,  NUMBER  176.
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER, B. C,  FRIDAY   MORNING,   OCTOBER  3,   1913.
Th* News Booth
.
The  News
circulation
and
infor-
mallon booth
l_ In the
Industrial
building,  near  the  south
entrance.
Phone 189.
-
PRICE FIVE CENTS
MM 1912 RECORD
BE BROKEN THIS YEAR ?
IIRSl MENTION
Of DEAN MADt
1912.
Opening tlay   8,198
Second day   7,620
Third day 15,668
1918.
9,356
8,929
12,097
Dee.
3,571
Inc. j
1,158 i
1,809
Total  31,486   30,382
Net decrease, 1,104.
Yesterday's Attendance.
Membership and passes	
Paid Admissions 	
His Establishment in Vancouver Told of at Yesterday's   Trial.
Detroit Officers Repeat Stories Given
at Former Trials  Here���Powell
Brought   Into Court.
Fair Foolishisms
A young sturgeon In on������ of the
aquariums in the fisheries building
yesterday couldn't stand the oonflne-
ni-iit and miccunibed. A little girl,
Seeing It lying cn i'.s bac.: *,- the
bottom of the tank, called to her
mother.   "Oh, look inaina. the fish hat)
fainted."
ZSSLVm Anw)AN(I
mstmmt   mmnfm
"Did ynu ever see such a collection
1 nf old hens ?"
j    "No, aren't tliey awful and all cack-
iling together."
i    This Isn't a bit of backbiting, just a I Plots Rival Work
j couple of  remarks overheard lu    the!
poultry building.
George  E.  Davis  Tells of
Plots to Kill Great Detective Burns.
cf
3,675!
8,422;
Total  12,097;
TRIAL VVILL  RUN
INTO  NEXT WEEK
It Is now generally accepted
that tho Iiean trial will run
well Into next week. There are
still some dozen witnesses for
the crown to he examined and
It is doubtful whether their
testimony will be concluded today.
The defence Is calculated to
occupy :wo days and addresses
by counsel and the summing up
of liin lordship will run away
wuh ih,. greater part of another day.
Tie* court will not sit otl Sat-
urday. /
The record attendance for the week at the exhibition,
was reached yesterday when 12,097 people passed through!;
the turnstiles, making a total of 30,382 for the three days.!
An increase in attendance was shown on the first twor
days, but yesterday's attendance was 3,571 behind the
corresponding day last year.   This is accounted for by j
the fact that on the third day of the exhibition 1912, H. R.!
H. the Duke of Connaught formally opened the exhibition;
nnd thousands of people turned out to do him honor. The;
attendance for the week, however, is so far only 1,104 i
behind the corresponding period in 1912 and it is expected
that before the exhibition Closes that this this V.'ill be more;     Another,   the   fourth,  day's  forging!    |fB an awful libel ou the wives of 'George E. Davis, a union iron worker.
than made up and that the records established at the last 2' *ft-"SJLSSiWA'cKSSfe^l  \��  calli 'T ���bf,!��� iDavls; ��|�� was arrested here today,
, ., .   . .'., i      .i      i j ';"'    *"     Prosecution   io   nns   i naries   fakirs Egyptian  palmists.    Its a dol-! was the Geor��e O'Donnel '.vho figured
exhibition will go by the boards.	
��
Nowadays  you can't Judge a  teddy-
bear by the company he keeps.   The j
bears can't   help  It;   they're   raffling
them down on 8ockcye Itun.
This Is what some of!
those     Sockeye     Run
a r t i f, t s   represented
themselves to be when j
t.iey   got     their   concessions.        Gambling
patnes ?    Horrors, no; i
uut as   soon   as   they i
thought     the     police
weren't  looking  their
stands were miniature
replicas of the  Monte
C'atlo     casino.      Now
these   stands   are empty, but it still behoves the    trusting
wayfarer to be wary. ���
| That bunch of vaudeville artists (?)
;on Sockeye Run sing as though    they
hud discovered the lost chord after it
[had been lost for   a   long   time   and
were feeling sorry for it.
the McNamara
Brothers on Los Angeles Times���
Arrest Results.
Last Night's Record Esiab
lishes Success of Hors
Show.
Best Horses In West In Competition���C ,
$10000 BAIL.
Only One Accident and
Protest Yesterday.
Indianapolis, Oct. 2.��� Harry
Jones, secretary-treasurer of
the International Association of
bridge and Structural Iron
Workers, who was arrested
here today on a charge of conspiring to transport explosives
unlawfully, was released on
(10,000 bond late thiB afternoon. His hearing was set for
October 13. He declined to
make a statement.
WORTH WHILE
Titf,.foH6wIng   impressions  on  the
--- ,,_dfow   were    obtained   by  The
ifli *= ��
i New York, Oct. 3.���Dynamite outrages that rivalled the experts of the
Mcnamara brothers and of Ortle McManlgal   were   confessed    today    by
���TAKING PRODUCE
TO CHICAGO fAIR
Deputy Minister of Agriculture Selects Specimens
From Exhibition.
Fruit, tnd Vegetable, from B. C.
���pjse Best in  America���Mr.
Scott's Viev.3.
Sur-
taken to tba botanical chambers and
10 further currying on the publicity
work   and   giving  each  district   credit
accordingly,
Credit to Manager.
Altogether the fair was a provincial
SUCCeil and he considered very great
credit was due to Mr. McKenzie for
Hie   way   in   which   It   was   managed,
and to the people themselves for the
I Continued nn Paao Five.)    .
UNGIEY WINS
DISTRICT AWARD
lar tu a hot dog that not one of
them could tell the map ol Egypt from
J buckwheat  pancake.
in  the   trial  at  Indianapolis  that  resulted In the conviction of  Frank M
Hyan,   president  of  the   International
Association of Bridge and Structural
|    The next time you see Ilingmaster: Workers and thirty-seven of his asso-
I Clements in the horse show arena get'.ciates.    His confessions round up the
la line on the angle of his silk topper. I work of the federal government start-
! Anv man who can travel as fa-n as he ,pd morP than two years ago, when the
| does and wear his lid at that tilt with. * dynamiting of bridges and steel frame
out spilling it ts an artist.
v,\ C. Scott, deputy minister of
agrli ultiire. nave hls riafsrs yesterday
ss to the ' Khlbttton generally tn re
gard to lhe horticultural exhibition, he
iald ha for the last six years bad been
all   over   the   world   aud   seen   \ :iri,.:if
exhibitions, but he had seen nothing
In the world ta-oiiua! the garden and
lo ii| produce he saw here. He cnuhi
in i understand why Vancouver should
lie itpfsirting cabbages nml other produce when li can be producod to such
nn extent iis shown here Hc considered it a most wonderful oxhlblt
He considered the stock magnificent
nnd ii very great Improvement on last
year it was Improving each year
and generaly went to show that formers are realizing that It was better to
keep good animals.
He was very pleased with the Women's Institute, which, he said, showed
what can be accomplished tn thai department towards bettering conditions
on the farm, and for this he gave them
great credit.
Dairy Department.
Particularly in regard ti the stock,
he thought the dairy de-eirt-'ent was
the lust, there wna a -cry rine shewing of Sheep, and In the case of the
hogs 'here was a very 'treat Improvement.
"r0 Get Cc"ectlon.
One o' his r.iain objects iu coming
over lr e ti on" of the lending fairs
of the prevlnc was to wt from lhe
exhibits a collection to show nt Win-
nine- wher" there "''I' he a large
Bpnce for minerals, fisheries and also
the general produce of the farm, and
ngaln nt Chicniio where there would
be en extremely Inrge show.
It ,j.in verv nice tn be able to eome
In this fair and make n selection and
pel   whal  wi���� reallv  the pick of the
Sjlmqn Arm Comes Second
Thi-d    and    Chilliwack
Fourth.
Richmond
Dean with the Hank of Montreal robbery on the lath or September, 1911.
ended with Dean's establishment at
Vancouver from 2.r> July to 5 October. 1911. helng first mention of the
prisoner in connection with the trial.
\V. fl Davidson, bookkeeper, Vancouver eugaced with a Mr. Burton in
the real estate business there deposed to letting a house at the corner
of Broadway  and  Pine street on  23
July.   1911,  to  John     Macnamara    In!    ,���.     ,, , "     ~~, .       . .
Dean's name. Tlie rent was |>0 a I The high cost cf living has made
month lie saw Dean himself several ,lt3clr fe't evfn on ,he Peanuts. They
times after that, ile Identified the ;��ome in smaller sacks than they used
accused as the man Dean who took >
nrrtntninn nt the premises. Macnamara, who was in court, was also Identified. He had seen Macnamara st the
house In Broadway at different times.
i"he tenae*** wsa a*t**d*i ter 10 days
further and the premises were vacated
or  October f>.
Mr. M'ione!l - -D'd yon notice any-
iliinu after thev left the premises
about the furniture
were
yesterday;
Oeneral Lessard���It Is pleasing to
see tbe attendance improve as the
event progresses and it speaks well
for the efforts of the officials in
charge. The lighting effect in the
building ia the best I have ever seen,
riders and people
every chance to see the details, something which cannot always be said of
eastern arenas. As for the building
Itself it ls the best west of Toronto,
the rounded corners Instead of the
sharp right angled onea especially appealing to me.
Reeve McGregor.
Reeve D. C. McGregor, Burnaby���1
am wonderfuly impressed with the
growth of the horse show and New
Westminster people can and I am
sure will be, pleased with the week's
events. It's a credit to the city, to
British Columbia, and to the people
who have brought lt up from ita birth.
F. A. Dietrich.
F. A. Dietrich, of Vancouver, win
waB the guest of Chairman Cunnlne-
ham yesterday, waa equally pleased as
the others mentioned.
"This horse show la a real surprise
to me and speaks well for New West-
ti
to. Soon they'll be selling them hv
the dozen, popcorn by the bite and
that "orange ade" by the gulp.
The   results   of  the   district
competitions   wire    announci
n,..ni at the fair grounds,   Thi
(.hi, r of merit, were:
Laup .;.*  . .   .,
Salmon Arm
Richmond .
Chllllwack
Missi*-u   ...   .
Burqultlaifl ..
Mnple Hldge .
Kamloops
exhibit
d   laat
���se,    in
Points.
. . lti��-
..1805
..1471
. .Ht-",
. 142S
. .121)5
,1M8
. .117,.
Witness    No, I eiin't say that I did.
M- Macneil -Did you notice anything shout the sofa?
Sir Charles Tunper. for the ile'ene-.
objected, but the questlcn v.-as al
lowed.
Mr Macneil Was there anv tifi '-vt-
ence jn lhe condition of the sofa befo, ���**>
these people occunled the premises
and   after  they   left?
Wll -���    l noticed the sofa, but did
not observe anything particular about
It.
tic came to see the fair  ,
and he    nc-rer    had been (,'
closet to a horse or cow
In all his life than across
the street.     He Blood    In
the   stock   .vard   with  his
hal tn tlie back of what
| was intended for his
| brain pan, a cigarette in
liis mouth, and this is the
!.nc   Of   conversation   he
peddled:  "Say, that horse
y.nine Is punk. Note the
award, huh '. I say, if I couldn't do
better than that 1 would be ashamed
to catch a chill and get hoarse, or
even tu have a little cold."
^^S
President Welsh says���The   tumb-
C'ross  examined   by  Sir Charles-  thing  and   somersaulting  acrobats    in
Comox   '.'OS ; perlence In that.
received part payment of the rent. Jo,
in American gold,   I got It in July.
St-r Charles -Dn von knew that gold
Is used in the United States much
more than in Canada.
Witness -I havo net had much ex-
Kev,
058
'Istoii
District Fruit Exhibits.
Salmon  Ann  lirst.
I'enlicton second
Ily  this award l.nnglcy Tor the third
year In succession has won llrsl place :
with its accompanying $500 and much
Mr. Macnamara paid
Broadway is a  re
and occupied by re
coveted Dewar trophy. It Is also tin
llltt\l time lu succession that Salmon
Ann .uis win sei ond place.
Richmond, which had not  exhibited I
for a numbir of yrars, did well In cap- j
tciiug third, as did Chllllwack. also a
c mpnraUVO  stranger at   the  fair,  by
taking iourth position, thus crowding
Mission down to fifih place.
Indians Win Prl*ea.
in the class [or the best exhibit
farm   produce   Chief   Harry   Joe,
the   tS   In   Julv.
spect n ble locality
sp-ctable people.
I remember the hank robbery, but
1 cannot remember whether the rents
were paid in gold or not.
To Produce Books.
*t   the  request   of Sir Charles  the
oountry for this collection work.   This    , ,   , ..      ,
will prove of great value to the dls-'1'' ��'��ners before lagging thom.
tricts co-ceerued which would get the''ilu' Midden change In the facial ex-
rr���.ii, n-,,i po obtxln a valuable nd- presalons of the rcmpetltors after they
verttsement. If there la more than had been passed by. and the subse
could be taken for this nurii>se for quenl Sunny Jim smile upon his re-
the two fairs, the remnlnder would be!Itun WM good to spe.
witness was directed to produce his
hooks showing the payments, tomor-
' row.
Witness continuing In reply to further questions by counsel, said that
he could not remember that Dean hmi
to press Mr. Burton to be allowed to
remain until 5th October. He knew he
was allowed to extend his cccupnncv
lo date on pavment of a farther
of 1110
of j He remembered publlc works go-
Tsawasau reservation, took tlrst, andi'"* on on Broadwav In September
Mrs. .1 Gabriel, of the Langley rescr-, There was a grade being made. Be
vi.tiou, both second and third prizes tween Mr Dean's house and Mr Ba-
Manager D, K. MacKenzie was "lt" cou'' house, which was on (ee opi"
In a gigantic game pi "ring arnund-n-l",t" B*-'e of the street, in a diagonal
rosy" when, with the prln cards OMh- u��*> th��r�� WR8 an embankment. There
id under hll arm he made tho round !waR ".,80..n laT*p. !>������" of lumber, lie
ot the building several times passing
front of the grand stand were    all up
sit several times yesterday.
Fred Lynch says-There is nothing |
tlie matter,    that    is what    they   are
paid Tor.
Someone, not curaelvos, has suggested that after the gruelling contest
among the babies, lhey be allowed to
break training and be given a wine
supper.
"he It. A. & 1. society passed cigars
around among the reporters In the
press room at the fair yesterday. Each
man reached and modestly too-, jus:
one���how times have changed.
STOCK PARADE SETS
HIGHER STANDARD
The crowning feature of the great
sttock exhibit nt the fair was the stock
parade yesterday, and thousands
crowded the sides of the roadway to
ane passing by ns line a turn out of
horses nnd cattle as the mqst discriminating Judge cold pick out west of Toronto or Chicago.
t.ed hy the magnificent six-home
team from the Colony farm, the finest
and moBt valuable heavy draught turn-
t'ollowlng in thn train ot King
llorre came tho cattle, the pure bred
stock for which British Columbia Is
becoming famous. In this line were
seen the heavy set shorthorns, Hoi-
steins. Ayrpshlres. Tolled Angus, Jerseys nnd other favorites, making a
display that warmed the hearts of the
cattle men who lined the roadside.
The itock parade yesterday demon-
out In the west and perhaps In all istratcd ono thing, which was the sub-j
Canada, with coats groomed to mirror I jeet ot rcmnrk by several men on the;
sheen and malnes nnd tails flying In]ground competent to Judge nnd thnt:
the wind, the animals mado tho round was that the provincial exhibition has
nf the tmck twice before the eyes of! reached that stage whero It can holdl
the admiring crowds. Clyde- and i Its own with the blggnrt horse and |
I'ercherons, conch horses, hackneys cattle shows on the continent, thnt It
and bloods, all found hundreds of de- hns rcnehetl tho preeminence In Uicse
votees tn the throngs that watched .divisions which it already han attuhied
their every movement. 'in tho agricultural lines.
thoiieht Bacon's house wns mire elevated, but he did not know, as he only
knew the place by passing it.
Mr. Dean and his family left on the
fith October. When he answered Mr.
Macneil and said "they left" he referred to the Dean familv and net to
Dein -nd Macnamnrt. H�� would say
thnt Broadway was well built up in
1911. although all the lots were, not
built upon.
Saw Him Occasionally.
Reexamined by Mr. Macneil. wit-
lensi said he had seen Macnamara at
it1-!- house Beveral times and at other
times he was there he did not see
him.
��� At the resumption of the trial Sir
Charles desired the court to bring be-
'ero Ihe Jury tho fact that although
Macnamara wns produced in court as
a convict his conviction was to be
brought before the court of appeal and
Hint the presiding judge at the last
'.t-Fives h'.Ml reserved a case.
The criirt snld the proper evidence
of thnt was the reserved case Itself.
Charge Against Powell.
The charge against Martin Powell
was then entered upon In so far as his
���"Tost In Detroit and extradition from
ttho States for the bank robbery was
concerned, it Is supposed the crown
authorities purpose establishing a
e'ose conneotir-, w--<��� nnin and
Powell hy subsequent witnesses.
Detective Sat Down.
Detective \V. Black of the Detroit
pcllce wan the first witness. He was
evidently  111  and  was accommodated
Our precise
artist yester
day caught
this out of
town visitor
at the fair,
while he
was admiring
e x h I b I ts of
poultry. Note,
please, the
rapt expression.
sar.
New Zealanders Arrive.
Krancisco, Oct. 2.���The fourth
Invasion of New Zealand rugby players oecurud today, when the pick of
aliilei*...-., two dozen husky men, dis-
ttnbaik.d from the steamer Wlllochra
ior a six weeks tour of Pacific coast
states und Canada. The visitors were
rttid throughout tho day and even-
.tig, Informal addresses were made
by representative rubgy players of the
west, who had gathered to great the
visitors.
��
WANTED ONE CUP. tt
  ii
tt
=":
WEnted, by best baby boy.
one cup. A special prize of a
silver cup has been donated by
Mrs. O. Brymnor for the best
|iab> girl at the better babies'
contest in connection with the
provincial exhibition. It is now
up to some one to offer a cup
for the best baby boy, for he
surely cannot be left anything
behind his little sister. Yes,
already a total of 85 babies
have been Judged at the contest and It Is expected that the
balance wlll be judged today
and the winners announced. A
total of 142 entries were received.
For the first time In two years every
reserved seat at the horse show was
taken up last evening.   Such a record I
demonstrates the hold    the    evening
horse show is gaining. Applause that    , .      _.      ,   ,
greeted  the different events and  the  ��**_*i.*!"^68;
different riders and drivers Illustrated
the appreciation of the audience of the
efforts of Chairman Cunningham and
his confreres in making such a success of the show.
Each succeeding night of the week
i'i I the  crowd   has  been   increasing,   the
���##**# �����#**(���#�� ; popular priced seats have been grad-
  i ually filled  so that before  the week
Is out It Is generally expected that
every reserved and unreserved seat in
the huge building will be engaged.
As was to be expected, the Jumpers
caught the crowd from the start, an
entry  of  fifteen  being a  record  oae
for  New   Westminster,  and  probably
with   Vancouver  also.    With  one  exception,   Miss    Roberts  riding  for E.
Henderson of Victoria, the riders were
all men and more skillful horse handling could not be wished for.
Bars Raised.
After the fifteen had been ��ent over I mln_ter and Vancouver horsemen
the  bars the  judges  were  perplexed  enter  tuch   a  gtrin are    ^,
to find a way to try out five which 'lghown here to^ghi i r\on*t believe l
showed unusual excellence and anoth- ,�������� tmt ,n a better dav than todav
buildings all over the country became  er re tse of six Inches In the hel*t of |4nd wla euch ���. exceuent horle ,h,-^
a national scandal. ithe bars was resorted to.    One norse-lto tQD 0** ^e day's event  I am mlcht
All the explosions that Davis says man objected to this, but General Ues- Hy pleased to have availed mvseU of
he caused were testified to at the dy- Uard. who together with Mr. Turner ot[the hosnltality of Mr Cunnituhahm���
namiters' trial in Indianapolis, but the I Calgary,  ls   judging  the   horse   show.l . . """*'"'
.fact that Davis caused them remain-1 ruled with a firm hand and his orders!
| ed unrevealed until he told of it to-1 were obeyed,
day. j Dr.   Johnson  Wine.
Arrest  Results. i    j*,-,   Johnson, of Vancouver, who Isl
Davis' confession resulted ln the ar-j meeting with unusual success at this I
rest  in  Indianapolis of Harry Jones.' year's show,  took  first  and  third in
1 secretary-treasurer of the Iron Work-! this class, second place going to Col-
ers'  union.     His    confession    supple-1 onei    McRae.    The    latter,    however. I
ments   the evidence presented at  thelcame  back  wltb a  fine pair of dark!
I Indianapolis   trial   and   makes     fresh I bays   which   took   first   place   In   thej
[charges against some of ehe men con-f laities' tandem, pair to ladles' phaeton,/
victed there and now  in prison. Some  pair  carriage   horses  and   high   step-l
of  his   revelations  concern   President   pen' I
Ryan, who now Is out on bail pendln?      Reeve D. C   McOregor. of Burnaby. j
appeal from a prison sentence of sev-  ran a close race with Colonel McRae |
in the latter classes, his pair of darkj
jbavs. while not showing the finish as
I did those of Colonel McRae's. aroused
J applause   when   going   through     their!
I paces.     Mrs.   D.   C.   McGregor's   driv-'
ing   was.   perhaps,   accountable   for  a
considerable   part   of   her     husband's |
success.
Surprised Them.
D.  Montgomery, of I.adner. surprised everybody by walking awav    with j
the silver cup awarded  for the best,
dr"'irht horse.
Only one accident marred the pro-,
*~erdings,   although   hapniiy   this   was'
not serious, little Miss Swensecky be
ing "brown  from her pony.    She an-1
"=ared little concerned, however, with i eigners  were    bein_,    maltn_aUHi    ,,,.
the  fall  and  af:.r  brushing  the  tan chines, brigands at Tso Yang.
bark from her clothes, again mounted     The iesation fears that the Chinese
with the nonchalance of a born rider, .government troops are neither capable
One Protest. nor zeaious enough to accomplish the
One  protest  was  made  during  the; release ���,    th    American    and    Nor-
evening, that against Col. McRae fori
|er years.
Chcsen to Kill,
havis says he was the men chosen
to kill Waiter Drew, attorney for the
National Erectors' association in December 1911. aftPr Drew was charged
With kidnapping John J. McNamara. It
was suggested also that he try to "get"
William J. Burns, the detective employed by Drew and his associates to
unearth the dynamite conspiracy. The
price on his head was placed at that
time, Davis said, was $5.OHO.
CAUSED BY
TARIFF Bill
\\wmm wua
AND MAUREAIfD
Chinese Brigands Slay Child
of American Missionary
at Tso Yang.
Feared
that Government  Troops Are
Neither Capable or Zealous to
Protect People. .
Peking, Oct. 2.���The American lega-
'.ion  here   received  a   report  from  J.
I Paul Jamieson, vice-consul general at
; Shanghai,  stating  that  an  American
i child had been   killed and other for-
Washington   Official    Says
Alien Measure Not Cause
of Note.
J.ipancse   Message   Asking   fer   New
Commercial Treaty Det-A-een Tvc
Countries Received.
Washington. Oct. 2��� Officials here
are inclined to believe that the prospect of a new tariff bill and not the
controversy over California alien land
legislation Is responsible for the suggestion ln dispatches fr->m Tokio that
a new commercial treaty may be negotiated between Japan and the United States.
lt became known today that at an
early stage in the negotiations over
the California legislation, there was
some discussion of a proposition advanced from, the Japanese side that if
the existing treaty did not affirm the
right of Japanese residents in the
United States to hold land on even
terms with the citizens of other nations, the omission should be corrected by amendment. This suggestion did
not in any way abate the claim of the
Japanese government that the action
of the California legislature was In
violation of the treaty, but was apparently held In reserve as an alternative measure.
Department Uninformed.
If l> Is the Intention of the Japanese foreign office to bring this phase
of the matter again under discussion.
as has heen reported from Tokio. the
state department has not yet been in
formed of the fact.
._.-,, _,.���_ ,,��� wegiau missionaries in the hands of
en ering his pair of carriage horses as     fa
beLneKbUo���� ini ni��� eiwSr for lessl���80m aIo��e can ���*������ the "*�� ���� ���*���*
same horses  n a class calling for less ,     . ..       ���._.,i���i..
than 15 hands.   This will be settled by ! foreigners still in captivity,
the judges today. Ransom Not Enough.
.������\s an extra attraction fr* th's even-1 |t ig believed that the ransom de-
Inc's show. President Welsh and nutnded may not be heavy as Chinese
Chnlrman Cunningham are arranging ��� ideas iu monetary matters are not ex-
to have the winners In the horse class- j travagant. By the efforts of the lega-
es exhibited in the arena building.       j t|OI19 and consulate the missionaries
The list of awards run off last even- have been kept out of unsafe digtrlcts
In* were as follows:
MeKvy drauvht horse, over lfiOh lbs.
���i, Hon. T. W. Paterson. Ladner: 2.
lohn Savage. Westham Island: 3. Cun-
n!""-ham ft Be'l. New Westminster.
l.lvery  rltr���1.   Alex   Mitchell.   Vancouver: ". Alex Mitchell,   3   Fashion'
1/l-erv. Westminster.
Itest dr"'tgbt bnrse. any broed���Sit- -
ve- cun. T). Montgomery. I.adner.
Jumpers���1. Dr. Johnson, Vancou-,
ver; 2, Col. McRae. Vancouver; 3, Dr. j
lobnson. Vancouver. I
Hnrnes tandem���1. Colonel Mc"ae.
Vinenuver; 2. Colonel McRae. Vancouver: 3. Reeve D. C. McGregor.
Br-nabv.
P-icers���1. W. C. Rrown. Vancouver
" P-. R. S. Fetrldgc, Vancouver; S,
T)** P. S. Fetrtdge.
P-<lr 'n ladles' phaeton���1. Colonel
McRae. Vancouver; 2. Iteeve D. C. Mc-
fCoatlnued on Pace Foiir.l
during the past two years, but the
missionaries were not restricted from
going to the northern part of the province of Hupeb, which hitherto had not
been considered dangerous.
At Hankow General Ll Fuehein.
vice-president of the republic, states
that everything possible ts being done.
Noirly 3000 Chinese troops are advancing ou the town of Tsao Ysig.
Goea to President
Washington, Oct. 2.���The Democratic tariff revision bill probably will
be in the hands of President Wilson
for his signature by tomorrow night
The senate at the end of a listless debate adopted tonight the conference
report at 8:30 o'clock by a vote of 38
to 17, only four more than the necessary quorum of the senate.
THIS IS CHILDREN'S DA Y
AT THE EXHIBITION
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Weather Today.
New Westminster and
fair. Little rise in tempera-
lower mainland: Light to
moderate winds. Generally
ture.
Children of New Westminster and
district will get their chanco on the
sports program this morning when
Queen's park oval will be reserved for
their use ,-nd a splendid list ot events
run off. The Children's Day Committee
have worked hard for this event which
Is one of the most popular on the program on the long list for the week
and Assistant City Clerk Thomas has
been kept busy registering the names
"f IntP-idtor compet'tp'-s who will
show their prowess In the races commends! at 9 o'clock this morning.
At 3 o'clock In the afternoon a cham
pionship lacrosse battle will -be fought
on the oval between the ooys fron,
John Robson school, winners of the
eity championship, aad the Joe Lally
medals against an all-star aggregation
selected from the other schools of th*
cltv.
Th ��� youngsters have been preparing
for tbls event for some time and the
gold medals hung np by tk* H. A. It
I, society together with a feeling
among bath twelves to take the measure of thetr opponent* will omlmbt-
edly surprise those who hav. not bee*
closely following the school* lucresM
league organized early In the iprlng. PAGII TWO
THE NEW WESTMIN STEtt NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER  3,  1913'.
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All oommuniootions should be addressed to f/ie Aew Westminster Newts, und nut
So Individual members of the tt.xfT. Cheouet, drafts, and money orders thnuld be made
���a-sable to The National Printing snd Pullithing Oompany, Limited.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES���By carrier, ti per year, $1 for three months, 40c per
month.    By mail, $3 per fear, 25a per monts.
ADVERTISING RATES on application.
Champion female���J. Thompson; J.
tV. Clise,  Ribbon reserve.
Aged herd, 1 bull. 2 years and over,
cow, 3 yeara and over; heifer, _ years
and under 8; heifer. 1 year and under
J; heller calf, under 1 year���J. W,
t'lise;   11.  .Ness;  J. Thompson.
Vouug herd, 1 bull, under 'i years;
two heifers, I year and under -; i
heilcr calves, under 1 year-J. \\.
H.  Ness;   .Morlson  &   Son.
Jerseys
11 years and out-II.
Grimmer BroB.
_  years and  under ;i
Bull, lust and Becond.
Mrs.  tl.  (Hover,   Vaneou-
any article
, Glenboro;
article
. J.  Ceril-
H.
FRIDAY  MORNING,  OCTOBER  3.   1913.
LESSONS FROM THE STOCK PARADE.
The stock parade yesterday afternoon at the exhibition grounds emphasized two points with telling distinctness. The first is that the farmers of British Columbia and more particularly of the Fraser Valley can
breed and are breeding stock the equal, if not the superior, of any in the Dominion of Canada. The second
:s that the class of stock on the farms of this western
province has improved within the past ten years or so
more rapidly than in any other portion of the Dominion.
The first of these two points shows that the right
kind of men are setting the pace in stock breeding in
B ....... .      . . . .   .   . .    . .
Clise;
Bull,
<S_ Son;
Bull,
li. II.
Senior bull, over ls months and tin- i
der _ years- H.  II. Hull.
-tinier hull, under IS months II. II.
Hull  ..���   Sons.
Senior hull call, li months and undi i i- Grimmer Bros, B. ii. Hull fc
Sons.
Junior hull calf, under ii months���
Grimmer Bros,
Cow, ���'��� years and over    B.  H-  Hull !
& Sous;  Grimmer Bros.;  B. ll. Hull
St   Suits.
Dry cow. over :! years Grimmer
Bros.;   IS. II. Hull iV  Sons.
Heifer, ll years and under .1-11. H.
Hull &.  Sons, first, second and  third.
Senior heifer, ovei  is months and '
under 2  years    li. II.  Hull    ti    Sons.
frlst,  second and  third.
Junior heifer, under  is  months��� It.
i worked
Mrs. Mc
\,   Hamil-
Vancouver;
ver.
Embroidery, Wollacblan,
(in linen) -Mrs. E, Smith
Miss l.oekie-Hruwn.
Embroidery, Swedish, any
J. 11. Carson. Toronto; Mist
Ingley, Hamilton.
Embroidery, Bulgarian, any article
���J. II. Carson, Toronto; MIbs J. Cord-
Ingley, Hamilton.
Embroidery, Danish cut work,   any
Bull article   J.  li. Carson, Toronto;   Mrs
J li. M. Masson, Vancouver,
irs Mount Mollle centrepiece
In linen)  _4 inchea or over
AHUtci:   Miss J. Cordluglt
1(111.
Embroidered   csntrepleco
silk).  IS  inches  or  over -Mrs.  (
MoAlllatcr;   Misa. Bthel  Saxton,
sion.
Hand painted so'ii pillow Miss (',.
itaiit'iiite White. Vancouver;   Mrs. J.
A. Dinner.
liesi sofa pillow, embroidered I.. A
Wintemute; Mrs. ('. B, McAllister.
Ileal sofa pillow, any kind Mrs. S.
A. hardie;  M. !���'. Held, Central l'ark.
Best sofa pillow, embroidered, floral
-Mrs. C, I.. Morgan. Edmonds; Grace
Wintemute.
Bust embroidered tea cosy, In white
linen-Mrs. II. P. llonsberuer. Vancouver;  Mrs. Alex. Gray, Vancouver.
Best embroidered ies cosy,   in silk
I    Paper flowers  -Edna Burden; Jessie
Isabel  Allen.
Hest    dressed    doll     I hand    made
I clothes)���Margery    Kasson,   Vancouver; Eleanor J. Kvans.
(in
11 lo
.   B,
Mis-
DIVISION R.
Work   by Children   Under    14    Year3
ot Age.
Embroidered    pillow    eases   jean
Simpson, Vanoouver; Winnie Salt.
Embroidered mwels, i   Jean simp-
son, Vanoouver; Mary Melius.
Embroidered laundry   iin   linen)
Shirley Bmlth; Anna Monteith,
Embroidered dollies   uet)   Magda.
lene   Slang,   Vancouver,    Florence   I*'
Blng  Kee.  Natiaiino.
Embroidered sofa   pillow- Emerald
Ron
l'-
iil i
Wllhelmin t
. McPhail
Magdalene
'. Hudson.
Eva I', Hand:
Hunt.thy.
li.iciiaci     Welsh;
H.   Hull
third.
|    Senior
lunder 12
British Columbia Tthe second is proof of the wonderful j "$��$���,^Tcaii
energy and progressiveness of those men.
It was a proud moment yesterday for British Colombians when they saw led past the thousands of spectators the prize winning animals of the provincial exhibition. All the prominent classes in the cattle and
horse divisions were represented���represented by entries
that would reflect the greatest credit on the most experienced breeders of the east or of the older countries of
Europe.
The men who owned them were proud and justly
so. Many of these men came to the country years ago,
when it took unbounded grit to stick to the tilling of the
soil in the face of the heavy clearing to be done, the almost total lack of roads and the poor transportation facilities. There are exhibitors at this year's fair who went
into the uncut forests that covered the lower mainland
when British Columbia was known far and wide as nothing but a "sea of mountains." Many of those who started, j
shoulder to shoulder with them weakened and sought i
easier fields, but the gritty ones stuck to it and to them is
���S   Sons,   first,   second   and
Mi
S. Scott, Bur-
���Mrs. Caydzien;
naby.
heifer   calf,   li   months   and!    I.ace  tea   cosy   tii.itul   made'   -Mrs.
B. H. Bull & Sons, first and I Alfred  Simpson,  Vancouver;   Mrs   II.
ros. jl-indale.
under ii months.    Embroidered pin cushion  tin white
���Grimmer Bros. llneu)���Mrs. Alice a. Gray.  Vancou-
Champion   female���B.   H.     Bull    -.iver; Mrs. C, H. McAllister.
Sons, first and ribbon reserve. |    Hest fancy pin cushion���-Mrs, T.  A.
Aged herd, 1 bull, 2 y,ar.s and over; lllardie.    Vancouver;    -Mrs. Hannah I',
cow, 3 years and over; heifer. 2 yearn  Riley,  Port  Kells.
and under :',; heifer, 1 year and under     Bos, embroidered handkerchief case
2; heifer calf, under 1 year���B. II.Hulljiln iinen cr silk)���Kiln;: Harden;  .Mrs.
&  Sons;   Grimmer  Bros.;   II.   II.   Bull C. B. McAllister.
& Sons. Hest embroidered  tie cr towel rack
Young herd. 1 bull, under 2 years;   (in silk or linen)���Grace Wintemute;
2 heifers.  1   year and under 2:   2 hei- j M. P. Iteid. Central   Park.
fer calves, under 1  vear   II.  II.  Bull
e_ Sens, first and second.
Three animals, ri t of   one    sire���j
Grimmer Bros.;  B. II. Hull & Sons.
Two animals, produce of one cow��� j
Grimmer Hros.
Guernseys
Bull,
J   years   and   over
C.   Haw-
thorne.
Hull, 2
years and under 3
-Ham ford
Hro.-,.
Hull.
1   vear    aad    und
���r    2���Dr.
Knight.
Senior
bull calf. 6 months
and under
2���Ham lord Bros.;  C. Hawthorne.
Junior bull calf, under 6 months���
,|C.  Hawthorne;   Hamford   Hros.
i.uii e   ,i ������,       nn i ,   '      Champion bull -C. Hawthorne.
due the burden of the credit.   They are the ones who    cow, 3 years ami   over���Bomford
'iave wiped btu the "sea of mountains" label pasted across ��� Br0B-; r Hawthorne.
Ihe map of this continent by an after-dinner mixed meta-
phorist and  by  their efforts  they  have  written in its
:lead the title, "Garden of Canada."
i���c.
H
AMDS MADE AT
PROWNCMl MIR
Judges Complete Work in Several Departments at the Exhibition
Yesterday.
unedr 2
under 2;
1   year -
one si
Tlle  partial  pr.-ze  iisls at
vincial   exhibition,   Includtni
for sheep, cattle, etc.. etc., are;
the pro-
awards
years;
and 2
W.   E.
���e���W.
cow���
Hope.
DIVISION   A.���CATTLE
Shorthorns
Bull. .1 years and over -T, W. Pat-
tcrson, Morlson &  Son.
inill. 2 years and under 3���T. W.
Patterson.
Bull calf, under 1 year T. \V. Patterson,  first  and  Becond.
champion hull- -T. W. Patterson.
Cow, 3 yenrs aud over T. \V. Pat-
i  rson. Torsi and second
Heifer, 2 yeais and under 3 T. W
Patterson, first and st cond.
ileili r, 1 year and under 2 T. W,
Patterson, first and second.
Ileili r calf, under 1 year T, W.
.'au. rson,
champion female   T. W. Patterson
Agea1 held. 1 hull, 3 years aud over;
cow, thirteen years ami over;
holler, 3 years and under :;;  heifer, 1
I Young herd, 1 hull
j 2 heifers, 1 year and
I heifer calves, under
, Tees.
Three animals, net of
��� 13 Tees.
Two animals, produce of one
j W. E. Tees.
Cow, 3 years and over���C. I
Holsteins
Hull, 3 years and over - II. Gurdom;
J.  W.  Holllnshead,  second and  third.
Hull.  2  years and  under 3  years���
B. Gardom.
Junior hull, under is months- Geo,
ll. Lawrence.
Senior  hull
di r 12- .1. \V.
Junior  hull
Heifer,  2   years   and    under
Hawthorne;   Hamford   Hros.
Halter, 1   year and under 2���C
Hawthorne;   lir.  Knight
Senior heifer calf, (j months and under  12 - I).   (Cnight,  first and  second.
Junior heifer calf, under six month-,
Bamtord Bros. ;1>. Knight.
Champion  female    Hamford   Hros.
Aged herd. 1 bull, 2 years and over;
cow, 3 years and over; heifer, "i years
and under 3; heifer, 1 year and undet
i'i: In ifer calf, under 1 year C. Haw
thorne;  Hamford Hros.
Young herd. 1 bull, under 2 years;
2 heifers, 1 year and tinder 2; 3 heifer
calves, under I year I). Knight; Hamford  Hros.
Three animals, get of one sire���
D. Knight;  C.  Hawthorne.
Two animals, produce of one COW���
Li. Knight;  C. Hawthorne.
Grade Beef Cattle
Grade  cow   or steer,   '���',   years  and
up���W.   B,   Tei B.
Grade heifer or steer, under 3 years
���VV. E.
Grade
Knight;
Grade
Mori..
infaon
Best embroidered hand bag, ony
ki*d���Miss M. E. Mott; Mrg. K. Smith
Glenboro.
Hest hand embroidered towels���Mrs.
C H. McAllister; Mrs. Katberlne s.
Gobs.
Hest, embroidered pair of pillowslips
-Mrs. C. II. McAllister; Mrs. II. I*',
ilonsberger, Vancouver.
Hest embroidered Rambler Rose (on
any article I -.V Williams; Mrs. Geo.
stn yens, Vancouver,
Best bead work, any article- Mrs.
E. Smith, Glenboro; Mrs. James Pollard.
Embroidered baby's jacket tin silk)
���Sister of Charily, Vancouver; Mrs.
it. M. ESasBon, Vancouver.
Best paper flowers (assorted) -Edna Burden; Miss Evelyn Stuart. Kast
Burnaby.
Best Coronation braid work ��� Miss
M. BS, Mott;   Mrs. C B.  McAllister.
Best work done by ladles over To
years of age��� MrB. G. Glover, Vancouver,  Mrs. E. Blanchard,
Best wnrk basket���Mrs. A. A.
smart, East Burnaby; Mrs. J. T.
Spring.
Best embroidered laundry bag
(worked in linen)- Mrs. c. H. McAllister; Mrs. A. v.. I'uratb, Mission.
Hest embroidered table scarf iin
Silk)���Mrs. C. H. McAllister; Grace
Wintemute.
Hest Macraine cord embroidery���
Miss J. Cordlngley, Hamilton; J. B.
Carson, Toronto.
Best Macraine cord fringe���Mrs. T.
A. Hardie, Vancouver; Miss J. Cordlngley.  Hamilton.
Fancy  apron   (best  of any  kind)
Mrs. R. -Moore, Vancouver;  Mrs. Katberlne Goss.
Best novelty -Mrs. Howell . East
Burnaby; Mrs. C, Ii. McAllister
Best  tea  cloth  wiih  crochet
Y.   Blng  Kee,   Niinaiin
Blng Kee. Nanalmo.
Sofa pillow   taiiy
Wagner, Colliugwoi.il; G
Paucy       pincushion
Slang. Vancouver,   Ivy Y
Crocheted pincushion
Evelyn Btuart, East
Outline    work
Clara Malms
Hemstitching   on    handkerchiefs
Jean  Simpson,   Vancouver,   Kalh, tine
Jackson, Victoria.
Best Initial on linen -jean Simpson,
Vancouver; Mis. 11. 11. Webb,
Em broidery on linen (any article)
Louise    A. Maxwell;    Jean    Simpson.
Vancouver.
Hemmed handkerchiefs, 3 Jean
Simpson, Vancouver; Susan McDougal
Mercer.
Kitchen apron (hand made)���Mary
Walker; Jennie S. MeColl, Vancouver.
Pinafore  or  apron   (hand  made)
Jean Simpson, Vancouver; Mar.   Chat-
man.
Darned seeks or stockings���Kather.
ine Jackson, Victoria; Evelyn Stuart.
East  Hurnuby.
Knitted  socks  or  stockings   -Jennie
s. MeColl, Vancouver.
Crocheted lace, not less than one
yard Mrs. 11. H. Webb; Jennie S. Mc
Coll, Vancouver,
Host dressed doll Kathleen Payne;
Willi, luiina Wagner. Bast Colllngwood
Doll's bed or bassinette, furnished-
Kathleen Payne.
Doll's hal or bonnet    Evelyn Stuart. I
East  Hurnaby;   Melicent Greame.
Best   specimen   of   raffia    work
Augusta Steinbeck;   Eva Pelland.
Hest specimen of kindergarten work i
i. Williams; Karl itolpb.
Hest novelty of any kind
Hams-; Laura Stvencisky,
Best pencil drawing (boy)
bltt Taylor, Vancouver; liar,
more,
Best pencil drawing igirli Laura
Slvendsky: Emerald V, Blng Kee,
Nanalmo.
Best collection of home and foreign
post cards (must have been through
the mail)���Y. Williams.
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 get as good, or belter, manufactured In B. (3, viz : tbe
the celebrated "VANCOUVER" Brand, guaranteed lo pass (Standard
Specifications of Auiericur.  uud Canadian  Engineers'  Association.
We would alBo call attention to our Vltrlfled Sewer Pipe from
4-ln. to -4-ln. in diameter. Tbls Is also mude lu tbls Province and we
consider superior to any Imported article.
We also curry a stock cf Crushed Kock. Washed Gravel. Band.
I.lme, Plaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere.
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
Phones 15 and 18.
802 Columbia Street W.
Study of i     group   of    trees    from
Nature,  In  pencil, chalk  or crayon
Robert Whitmore.
Study Of shipping from Nature. In
pencil, chalk or crayon    .1.   S   Hippie.
I'iii aiul ink drawing of uny of (he
above subjects Mrs, II. Y. Ilotisliei*
ner. Vancouver.
stuuies or flowers or plants (rom
Nature, with a view to using them in |
ilesiKiis   Hannah
ver;  N. Williams
(Continued
llruei
Vancou
on Page Kour i
Y.
C.  Nos
old  Whit
iOrrespondence
j    The  New   Westminster   News  does
^ "���! not hold itself responsible   for   thi
] opinions expressed in correspondence
RUSH   THE   HARBOR
Bank of Montreal
BBTABLISHBD 1H17.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up) ....$16,000,000.00
RESERVE    (16,000,000 00
Brunches throughout Canada suit
Newfoundland, aud In London, Bug
laud. New York. Chicago und Spokane
U.S.A., nnd Mexico City. A genera!
haiii-.ii,k business transacted. Letters
of Credit Issued, available with correspondents lu all parts of the world.
Savings Hank Department -Deposits
received In minis (if 11 aud upward
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over 1188,000,000.00,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. I). BRYMNBR,  Manage!
DIVISION  K���FINE  ARTS.
To the Kd it (ii-
Hear Sir, I am afraid that the work
(at the mouth of ths river Is not pro
.greasing fast enough I: will he n
disgrace to Canada if vessels will hav,
Ito wait for the title to go up the inigli
ty Kraser In HHf,. Just think, a great
t harbor 7B miles long, cheeked in Its
��������� 'course to the ocean.    Engineers may
Paintings and Drawings���Professional   say we cannot  proceed an)  faster  Oh
Oil Paintings. yes,  we can      Pile drivers dont cost
Kor pictures  that   have    not     taken  very  much.     It  oue  pile driver drive-
prues. Uu   pHts  a   day.   ten   pile   drivers  eau
Life   studies   (portraits)       K     a   drive 4"u.   if one scow will bring 406
Smith, Kburne. .tons ol   rock,   five  scows  can   dellvei
Life Studies (animals)  Mrs. VV. K. ! _  tons
McWill;   K.  A. Smith.  Khiirne '     1  may   be  mistaken about   how   fast
Landscape (named    Canadian    sule'the work Is proceeding    The govern-
Jeet)��� Mrs. W  McKee, East Kelowna; |ment  may   have  made arrangements
Miss G. Itadclifle-Whlle. North Vancouver.
Marine (named Canadian subject)���
11. U. Crampllu, Vancouver.
Group, Inanimate objects or flowers
from life    Miss Lucy Hoc;  Hannah 11.
-Mrs.
Cayd/.i'ii;   Miss   R.   Lofts,   Vancouver.
un
Tees.
Graded Dairy Cattle
cow,   '���',   \(ars    and     up    I).
���i. w. Bray. division p.
heifer, under ;l years���AV. II
fi Sons;  Dr. Knight;  R. Rob-   (Work  Done
eair, 6 months and u:
Holllnshead.
calf, under t; months
Gardom,  first  ami  second;   J.   M.,1
vet
year snd under -: h( lfi
���T. W. Patti rsop
Young  herd.   1   bull, under _
2 heifi rs.   I  year ami  under 'i
heifer   calves,   under   1   year
Patterson,
Thr, e animals,  get  of one
Vt. Patterson.
Two animals, produce of one
T. W. Patterson.
Polled  Angus
ears   and   under   :;
calf,  1  year
years;
and 1!
T.   VV
Ire   T.
Champion bull   li. Gardom.
i    Cow,  :i  years  and  over    Thompson
' -j- McAllister;  li. Gardom, second and
third.
Dry cow, over 3 years���B. Gardom.
li. ifer, .' years and under 3   J. M.
.'������ves; ii  Gardom.
Senior heifer, IS months and under
2 years   li. Gardom, lir.-t and second.
Junior   heifer,   under   Ih   months
I'.. Gardom.
Senior  heifer  calf,   6  months  and
under 12    i(. Gardom, first and Becond
Junior  heifer  calf, under  ti   mouths
li. Gardom;  J   M.  Steves;   H. Gardom,
Champion female    .1   M   Steves.
Aged herd, 1  hull, J ..ears and over,
row, :! vears and over;  heifer, 2 years
DIVISION   N.��� LADiEf   AND   CHIL-'
DRENS   DEPARTMENT
Point laee Miss Lockie Brown; J.
| B. ('arson. Toronto,
Honiton   lace   MIbs   .1.   Cordlngley,
irallton;   Mrs   R, .1. Barren.
Battenburg lace, worked i:i linen -
Miss j. Cordlngley; Mrs. Alfred simp
sou.
Best and finest  tatting -Jennie Hoo
Best and nnesl tatting Jennie
Hood;   Miss   Lockie   Brown,
Set of six netted doilies, fine linen
lied l
Miss
Allen
Loretta
���MIbs Lockie Iirown
Bl Bt and finest drawn i
article! Mrs. K. E Kerr. I
Alfred  Simpson. Van.
Best hardanger work In
cotton .Mrs A. VV. Poratb
Mrs. Sophie  Nelson.  Edmondi
Best hardaugi r w< rk in siis
Sophia Nelson;   Mrs. Collins,
Hucbaback darning   Mrs   C   Barm
er McAllister;  Miss .1   I ord liglej
Fines! outline in silk or linen thread
Miss L. II. Klliott. lilc nhelm;  Miss .1
or,<   I any
an.;  Mrs,
lint a   or
Mission;
M r
C.  E.
Patterson,
c.  K. Hope
T.  W.
-T.
er _
\v.
-c.
Hull
Hope.
Champion   bull    T.   VV,
Cow, ,1 years and over
Heifer, i years and und
Patterson.
Heifer,  1 year and und
Patterson.
Heifer   calf,   under   1   year
1 lope.
Champion female���T, VV, Patterson.
first and second.
Aged herd, 1 hull, 2 years ami over;
row, ,'i years and over; heifer, i years
and under 3; heifer. 1 year ami tinder
"' heifer calf, under 1 year C. E.
Hope.
Galloways
Bull, 3 years and over    VV. K. Tees.
I.nr.t and second.
Bull. 2 years and under .'i W. K.
'i its.  first and  second.
Hull.  1  year and under i
l'i es.  first  and   second.
Mull calf, under 1 yesr���W
f'~��t and seoond,
iiamplon bull- W. E. Tees,
("ov.-, 3 years and over���VV, E
'.   bI ted second.
'   I ill!
and under.!; heifer. 1 year and under Cordlngley,   Hamilton
i:  heifer calf, under 1   year    II. Hard-i     liest initials on   towel.,    Mrs    II.   K
om, Ilonsberger,     Vancouver;     Gertrudi
Young herd.  1   bull,  under 2 years;   Wright,   Vancouver.
2 heifers.  1  year and Under 2;   'i hei-      Initials on    pillow    slips
fer.calves, under I year   it. Gardom.|Wright, Vancouver; Mrs. n
Three animals, get of one sire J,
Al. Sieves; I), (iardom, second and
third.
Two  animals,  produce  of one  cow
J,   M,   Steves;   11.   (Iardom.
Ayrshtres
Bull, 3 years and over���.1. VV. Clise;
by    Girl from  14 to 18
Years, i
Embroidered pillew slips (init
MIsb Mary Carmel, Vancouver;
Margery Eaason, Vancouver.
Besl   pair of    tow. Is,    embro 'I* n !
and   initialed    .Miss   La   Macdonald;
Miss Eleanor .1   Kvans.
Kancy apron   Jessie Isabel
Goldie Fromey.
Buttonholes on linen  is,*)
Dupont; Fannie Mercer.
Hemstitched and embroidered hand*
kerchiel    Margery    Kasson,    Vancou
ver;  Eva French.
Pancy pincushion  (any ;-..,,,! i    Dor
Othy Sail;   Khan, r .1   Kvans
Embroidered  pincushion  ion linen)
Ruth Wintemute;  Kdna Burden
Embroidered centrepiece (on linen)
Jennie   Blanchard,   Hamilton;   Ruth
Wintemute.
Embroidered centrepiece du eyelet)
���  Huth wint,���mute;  Vyviiin Rickman
Embroidered VVallachlan c ntreplece
Huth Wintemute,
Best blouse or corset covi
brotdered I Mary .Maine I, Van
Rllth Wintemute.
Hest   shadow     work    on   bloui
Bruce, Vancouver.
Water Colors.
For pictures that have nol    taken
prizes.
Lit,   studies   (portraits)    Margarel
II. Roiierts.
I. tnil.cape (named Canadian subject i    Kate a. Smith, Eburne.
Marine t named Canadian subject I
Miss AI. E. Ketnpe, Victoria.
Group, Inanimate objects or flowers
from Iif,* Kate a. Smith. Eburne;
Hannah B. Bruce, Vancouver,
.Miniature painting Miss M K
Kempe, Victoria; .Miss Margaret Long
den, Vancouver
Paintings and Drawinns���Amateur.
Oil  PaintinnE���Orlnlnil,
Portrait from III.. -.1. Sinclair. Florence M   Bailey, Toronto,
studies, animals from life J, it
Wilson, Edmonds,
Landscape from Nature H. .1
Coombs; .1   R, Wilson, Edmonds
Marine, subject from Nature Robt
Whltemore,
Kruit or flowers from Nature lieu-,
run I'race A. Bmlth, Eburne; A. C,
Summers, Kast Colllngwood
Water Colors���Ori- nnl.
Portrait  from  life     Mrs,  K   M,  Alait
by, North Vancouver; J, Sinclair,
Studies of animals from lire   Florence  M.  Hail, y, Toronlo.
i sndscai n   fn ���������    Nature    ' '���> ������  ll
r  (em
puver;
ll.    P.    Ilonsberger,
.i"*-   *  Isabel Allen; Eleanor .1
i  m'i ��� ',���!;   Mr.-*
'.'; nuV( r.
Marine, subject   from  Nature    I.  S.
ii pple,   Vane.a vet*     Ml       M ingari t
,ir Lcngden, Vancouver,
II. Ness;  J, Thompson.
Hull, 2 years and under 3-
���-; Son; McClughan.
Si nior bull, over 18 months
der 2 years���J. W, Clise; j,
sun:  lt.  Ness,
(lert rude
K.  llohs-
berger, Vancouver.
Best monogram on table linen   Mrs.
C.  AI. Green;   Kdna  Burden.
Hest sideboard   scarf,   embroidered
(in  linen)-   Airs.   M,   .McNeil,   Mrs.   K.
Smith, Glenboro,
Best embroidered photo frames (in
filo silk)     Airs   (Ieorge Strevens. Van-
Mortson couver; Miss Cordlngley, Hamilton.
Best punch work, any article in
arid un-jlinen Lillian .McDonald. Vancouver;
Thomp-'.Miss Cordlngley, Hamilton,
Embroidery,   Ecclesiastical   Sisters
Junior hull, under is months    ,Mort-;of Charity monastery, Vancouver.
W.     I*
BOn  A-   Son;   R,  Ness;   J.   VV. Clise.
Senior bull calf, (i months and under
12    It. Ness.  .1. VV, Clise;   R, Nl ss.
Junior bull calf, under 8 months���
11. Ness;   J. Thompson;   K. Ness,
('lis
K. Tees.
��� res,
Heifer,
. ' 'S.
'eiler
.: years and under 3-
1 year and under 2-
calf,  under   1   year���W,
Tees
W. E.
It
Thomp
Clise.
Thomp-
* Iiamplon femal     VV, IC.
\m d herd. 1 bull, 2 yeari
. ;; years and Over;  help
ui under ;i; heifer, 1 year
Champion  bull   .1     W.
Ness;  It   Ribbon,
Cow,  ,1   years  and  over
sen, f.i:-t atui Becond; J.
Dry  cow,  over  3  years
son.
Heifer,  2 y< ars ami  und
Clise; J. Thompson; .1   VV,
B.      Senior heifer, over  is  months and I Vancouver,
under t years   .1   VV. ('lis,.;   Mortson      Embroidery,
E.   ���* Son; J. \V. Clise. white linen. 24
Junior heifer, under  Iv  months   J.
>es. IW. Clise, first and (econd;  It   Ness
md over; ! Settlor heifer, 6 months and under
r ". y.-ars I-' R. Ness; J. W. Cllse^aecond and
ind under  third.
VV.
Roman cut work (on linen i Mrs
Alfrrd Simpson. Vancouver; Aliss Cordlngley, Hamilton.
Embroidery, finest on satin- Ethel
Saxton, .Mission;  .Mrs. S. A, Haiti,,*.
Embroidery, shadow, in colors! any
article) Airs. li. r, Evans; Emelia
Hohberger, Portland,
Embroidery, shadow, in wliitei any
article)���Mrs,   li.   T,   Kvans;   Airs.   ii.
j Aloore, Vancouver.
r :;   J. VV. j    Embroidery, eyelet on blouse   Oraoe
clise. j Wintemute.   M:s.   ii.  K.   Honsberger,
Al rs.
"������ let c ntroploc ��� in
Inches or over���Miss
It. G, Greer,  Vancou
heifer  calf.
Tl i J,  first and
under 1
reserve.
year
K
Juiror heifer calf, under 6 months
,!.'. Ness;  .Morlson & Son; J. W, Cil
L. Leamy
VI r.
Embroidery, French centrepiece   in
white linen   Grace Wintemute;   Mrs.
J   A. Trow, Vancouver. '
Embroidery, VVallachlan, centrepleoi
In   white   linen    Mrs.   T. A.    Hardie
apron
Kvans
Ktnl.ri Idered    sofa    pillow Ruth
Wintemute;  Kill Iin McDonnell, Non;,
. Vancouver.
Sofa pillow, any kind   D. J. Sutherland; Ruth VVmtamute.
!    Coronation braid work (besl article)
Dorothy Sait.
Hardnneer work (anv article)    Kier
ence   s, Halley,   Burqultlam;   M.   F,'
Iteid, Central   Park.
Huckaback darning���Annie Btaton;
Phyllis (Iray,
Drawn   work  (best of any  kind)-
Kva   Krench;   Alary  Stevens
Embroidered   table    do'lles   Alar; j
-Miller. Vancouver; Ilulh Wintemute,     \
Three fancy collars Eleanor J
Kvans.
outline    ,-���( r'-;    ��� -i    linen    Brownh i
Poebli:������; Rose Therous.
li. ud work    dies,   of   anv   klndl
Alary   Milli r,   Vancouver;     Stella   Pel  !
laud.
'rochet      doilies    Lily      Ilarr.    Ed
nionds; Kva French,
Crochet   lace   lie:   cf  '-m-   k'ml'
Aliss (i. Osborne; Miss s. ���! Ida Tulo:
Vancouvi r,
��� 'rochet wool slippers ba ri tcdor
aid;   Lily  Ilarr, Edmonds,
Knitted  Mills    Alary Stevens;     Iv
French,
Crochet wool Jacket���Stella Pe]
land;   Alary  Aloore,  Vancouver
Hest darning socks or Btocklnm -
Lillian McDonnell, Vancouver; Qoldte
Fromey.
Pyrouraphy    otl  wood    or lealhi r
Jennie lllanchard, Hamilton; Ray ll.ir-
rls. t
Fin
Luc
Fruit or flow, rs from Nature
ence Al Ha lev, Toronlo; .Mus
Hoc.
Dr""in".
S'udv of a head from 'ife   In tienoll
chalk or crayon   Airs. k. ai. Maltby
North
Taylor.
> I
to   have   the   30-foot   channel   lo     the
gulf in imr,.
1 have heard men in  Westminster
say, "What Is there for the river to
do when we have a thirty foot chan
nei?" If there is one foot of lumber
accessible to the Praser river, tliere1
are one thousand billions of feet No
one knows how   many millions of toils1
of mini rals also are accessible t" the
river Then, is no better place in the
wi rid in build ships of any sire than
on the banks ol  the Kraser.
Now it the Canada Northern rail
way contemplates building main eleVB-
tors, car shops, smelters and rolling
mills, surelv thev should be encoura.t
ed, Then, again, you have one of
the biggest  sawmills in  the  world, a
mill   that   can   easily   cut   200,0 100
feet a year;   you have sev, ral otber
large   mills:    vmi   have   hundreds   if,
then.mils of acres of  farm   land   tl*
h's!  it,  Canada      Y's, as sure as the
i ivi r runs down the Btream, you wlll
have a population of at leasl 100,000
people In  vour city hefore ten '. ea: s
1916 vvill he a Kreat year on the Pa
clfic coast, if large ocean going ves
sols ami battleships can is'et up the
river without waiting for the tldo, the
fresh want* harbor will bi advertised
for ail   lime  to  come.
I notice by the papers that the con
tractors have from 30 to 'i'i men at
work i think they should have al
leasl 500 men. When the las' pile
is driven 11 mpletlng the Jetty, the
p. "lie nf Westminster dlstrlcl will re
)".'��������� ai tin > in v, i did ' tfoi Nol
i niy Westminster bul all ol Brll ih
Ci lumbia, as wi li as the prairie pro
i Inci :��� That sawmill on I ulu Island
wi ulil  ini   remain  lonn   Idle if titer.*
������:- '���  ii. op   v a', r to  tllO   gllll
Now    Mr   Editor,  you   will   pardon
ire if I suggest to vou lo (_:i.��� ��� more
��� ���I  your space to boosting  vour hn
bor not one ,iav In   tha   week,   bin
FALL GOODS.
Call and inspect our fall
lines and new fall styles and
place your order now.
J. P. GALVIN
Ladies' and Men's Tailor.
401    Columbia   St.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
When  travelling  for business or p'1
sure,   you   may  as  will   have  romfi
am
Have
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our
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0 your
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rat
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GOUI.KT. Agent
New Westmlnstel
II.
VV.  IIRODIE.
1. P. A.. Vancouver
SYNO
OK   COAL   MINING
ODLATlONa
Vancouver;     Dorothy    Gladys |
try  dav     Pi ople united.
get   what   till v   want.     I   bellcv
!.).  li. TttVlor  Is doing his pari.
j main, yours
PACTS
29, 1913
rule,
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I  ro.
Len Angeles, Cal., Sept.
C.P.R. FARM LANDS
ALL LAND SOLD ON 20 YEAR PAYMENT PLAN.
$1000.00 worth of stock on 21) year loan basis will be given 0|
proved settlers.
C. P. i; FARMS Ready-made or unimproved, may bo purchased
In nearly every dlstrlot In the following provinces: Alberta, Saa
kalchewan, Manitoba and the Interior of British Columbia.
for detailed Information, descriptive literature, etc., call   on   or
���������rite D,  K. Iirown, Dope &  APCauley,    Ltd.,    the   Canadian    Paclflc
Railway Company's Official Laid Selling Agents,
D. I Brown, Hope & Macaulay
LIMITED
Real  Estate,  Mortgage Loans,   Insurance,   Rentals, Collections.
B. C. Farm  Lands. Alberta Farm Lands.
585-7-9 GRANVILLE STREET VANCOUVER.
Phone Sey. 1887.
COAL  MININO  rliChtu nt lh��  DomlntOI
in Manitoba] Baakstohowsin anil Mbitrtt.,
tli-�� riwon Territory, ths Northwest T��r
rltorlM umi in ii portion of th,. rrovine*
��� ���r BrHUdi Columbia, "iay )����� leased for ���
tenn ���t iWflily-iitiH y,'urN id an unliuij
rental of 11 an -.ens Not mora Hum Ibtt
sens will ba I, :.�����*<) to ons applicant
Application   for  ii   l,-i_H.'   musl   Im*  tnieli
tiy Ins applloant in i��rB��ii to the Asrai
in Bub A��.iit of th. .llHtrlrt In whicli tbl
rlsho, applied for nie ultuati'i!
In surveyed territory tbs Ihihi muat Im
described by -wcnon*.. ���r legal ��ul,-,llv|.
HiuiiM ���r ���,.,-i,,,,r au,t ]n unsurveysd t��r
rltuiy tha unci nppii,.,i r,,t ��h,ii| ba
ntukxl  OUl   by   lht applicant   lilmwtlf.
-_hc)i -t|.|.ll,-jai|.,ri tu.int lie in cuipdiilaA
by a fee ���f ��r. vti.ici, wtll ba refunded u
llie   rlnl,t��   uppllril   for   in.,   mil   aviulaMa,
t>ui not otherwise, a royalty Mtmli it
paid on the tnerehantable output uf ths
inlnc at Hie rate of five ei'iiu p,.r tun.
Ths  person  operating  the  mini "hall
fiirnlnh tli,. Aai-tii wlili Kw.iiti returna
acoonnilnf for iin- tun quantity of roar*
i nui,'nl,I.- conl mined niul puy lne royalty merton, If the ooal mining ri*iu��
srs not i��.tn�� t,|~.rai���<i suoh returnsahoul*
lie furnished at  Icaai oner. .*,  year.
Tha It-am, wlll Incluiln the caul mlnlne
Hutu* only, but the Irnaei' will he per
mltted to purchaae whatever avallablt
surface Hshta may ha considered nncw-
enry for tha working of the mine at th*
rats cf 110 an aore.
Tor full Information application aboul*
ho minle to the Hecrettir/ of the lVpiirt
menl of (he Interior. Ottawa, or In ant
Aaent  or Bub-Agent of  Dominion Lands
w. w cour,
Deputy   MliilHti-i   ���f   tin    Intiilor..
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
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THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH
and MOULDINGS
IS AT THE
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PRIOAY, OCTOBER  3,  1I1S.
AWARDS MADE AT
PROVINCIAL FAIR
(Continued from Page Two)
Sow, over 3 months and under 6 ���
Bamford Brothers, first, second and
third.
' Herd, hour and ii sows, any age���
Bamford Brothers, Morlson & Son,
Bamford Brothers.
Champion  boar    Hamford
Mortson t& Son.
Iamb
Champion    sow    Mortson  &  Son.
*���^���**- ' '  ; Duroc  Jersey  and   Essex.
DIVISION K.���FINE ARTS. Hoar.  _   years  and  over -0.   Miller.
(Continued.) ; first and second.
Best original  design  for stencilling''    Tioar, 1 year and under 2 years ���O.
N, Williams,  Walter Smith, Vancou-  Miller.
\,:-. Boar, over 6 months ami  under  12
Best set of original colored designs,���0. Miller
A
borders,   in any   material���J
:',v,ausen. Nanaimo; N. Williams.
Best scale drawing from any fanil
liar object, showing the scale and
i.iuie .sections.
Photographs���Amateur.
Best collection of B.C. views���Mabel
Kilter/Sardis; Wlss M. K. Mott.
Crsftwork.
Hest half dozen cups and saucers���
I'Cat.e Qoulet; I., Mary Cunls, Vancou-
\"r.
Best, half dozen piates���Miss Isabel
Helton, Vancouver,  Mrs, A. A. Blaner.
Hest ornamental    piece   of china
Mr*. L, May Curtis. Vancouver;  Miss
Isabel Bolton, Vancouver.
uest decorative panel, original    de-
njrii,  done on  wood   In   pyrographyr- j allowed
in ss A. (lodel, Vancouver.
���Best piece of metal repousse���Geo.
Ciivdzien; Vi. H. Mould. Victoria.
Best piece of wood carving���Walter
Smith, South Vancouver; Alex. (1.
.h'.ir.leson.
uost piece of stencilled work���S.
-.Ullalien Williams;  Amelia Wilson.
Hest collection of decorated china���
Uev. W. 11. Iledman, Vancouver; Miss
L. Mary Curtis, Vancouver.
Boar, over .1 months and under 8
O, Miller, first and second.
Sow.  2  years  and  over -0.   Miller,
first, second and third.
Sow, 1  year and under 2 years��� O.
Miller,  tlrst,  second  and  third.
jjSow, over  8  months anil  under  12
M(I.  Miller, first, second and third.
Sow. over :i months and under 6
O. Miller, first, second and  third,
Herd, hoard and 2 sows, any age
0. Miller, first, second and third.
Champion boar -0,  Miller.
Champion sow ���O. Miller.
Bacon  Hogs.
or over;  ewe, shearling;  ewe,
Hawthorne, first nnd second.
Shropshire!,.
Ram, 2  shears or over���T. A. Cox,
first and  second;   Thomas  Patterson.
Ham, shearling���T.    A.    Cox.    flrst
Brothers, I second and third.
Ham.   lamb-Thomas   Patterson,  T.
A. Cox. second and third.
Champion  ramt   Thomas  Patterson,
Ewe,  2  shears or over--T.  A.  Cox.
Hamford Brothers. T. A. Cox.
Ewe, shearling-  T.  A. Cox, T.    W.
Patterson. Bamford Brothers,
Ewe,      lamb���Patterson,    Bamford.
Patterson
2 shears
s, lamb   ���
Thomp
Champion ewe   Patterson
Pen:  1 ram, any age; ewe
or over;  ewe, shearling;  BWl
T. A. Cox.  Patterson.
Suffolk!.
Rum.  2  shears or over    J
son. _
Hani,  shearling    J.    Thompson.    J.
Richardson.
Ham. lamb .1 Thompson, first, second anil third.
Champion ram   .1. Thompson.
Ewe. 2 shears or ovi r J. Itichard-
so'i. J. Thompson, second and third.
Kwe,   shearling   J.   Thompson,   J.
Best pen of 1! bacon hogs for bacon   Hlcharilson   .1. Thompson
trade; any grade or breed, to he owned
by exhibitor at least 1! months previous to exhibition: one entry only
each exhibitor: hogs not
allowed to compete in other classes���
Vi. H. Hlgglnson, W. E. Tees, Bamford Brothers, McClughan.
DIVISION D���SWINE.
Special prizes  presented  by the  B.
C.   'Dairymen's    Association    (Henry
Rive, Esq.. secretary, Victoria, B. ('.)
Bacon hogs- Hest pen of Ihree bacon  hogs, any breed or cross, to    be!
Judged   as   bacon   hogs,     Plrst   prize. I
$30,  W.  H.   Hlgglnson:   second   prize, j
DIVISION K.���FINE ARTS. [Mu,  Bamford   Brothers;   third    prize,;
Special prizes presented by Messrs. J $10. W. H. Hlgglnson.
1".   J. Ritchie, 1). S. Curtis and  H. E.      Block hogs���Best pen of three block'
Leash,  for the  hest  amateur  print��� j bogs, any breed or cross, weight  inn
Mabel Poster, Sardis; Leonard l'ostlll; Up 150 pounds, to be Judged as block
itiitt Dunlop, Edmonds. 'hogs.    First prize.    $15,    McClughan:
Special   prizes,   presented   by   E.  .1. j second prize. $10, W. II
Boughen, architect  and   builder,  Xe.v
\\ estininster, for the best amateur
phctcgraph of any residence designed
I, him���Miss M. E, Mott; Leonard
l-ostill; John A. Deiiovaii, Vancouver,
.Special prizes, presented by the
I'acilic Chocolate Co.. New Westmin-
iter, (W. M. MeCloy, manager) for the
bisl pencil drawing of Marb's cocoa
f'U, manufactured solely ty the Pad-
Iiv Chocolate Co.���Mrs. E. M, Maltby.
North Vancouver; P. W. Taylor. Vancouver;  Robert Whitmore.
Special prizes. presented by
8 'liwenk's kodak shop. New Westmin-
c er, for the best six amateur prints
i;' B.C. Views to be mounted cn one
<:aid, made on Easl man film and
velox paper���Leonard Postill; Mabel
Fester, Sardis.
Hlgglnson.
Special prize, presented by the
ICockshutt Plow company. Brantford,
Ont. (through their agents. Messrs. T.
J. Trapp & Co.. New Westminster,
B. C).
For the best exhibit of swine, exhibited by the owner, one Y.10 plow,
plain, value $19. Bamford Brothers.
Special prize presented hy the Giant
Powder company. Consolidated. Vancouver,  B. C.   I through  tlieir agents,
Ewe. In tub���-I. Thompson, first and
second;   .1.  Hlcharilson.
Champion ewe -J. Thompson.
Pen:  1 ram, any nee; ewe. 2 shears
or over;  ewe. shearling:  ewe, lamb   -
J. Thompson, first and second.
Southdowns.
Ham, 2  shears or over- T. A. Cox,
Ham. shearling    T.    A.    Cox,    Alex
Davie, T. A. Con.
Ham. lamb-A. Davie, T, ,\. Cox. J,
Hlgglnson.
Champion rain���T. A. Cox.
Ewe, 2 shears or over   c. T, Hlg-
ginson. T. A. Cox. second and third.
Ewe. Bhearllne���T.    A.   Cox.   first,
second and third.
Ewe. lamb--A. Davie, .1. Hlgglnson,
T. A. COX',
Champion   ewe - J.   Higginaon.
Pen:  1 ram, any age; ewe. 2 shears
er over:  ewe. shearling;  ewe, lamb���
T. A. Cox, J. Hlgglnson,
Fat Sheep.
Wi ther, shearling   T.  A.    Cox,    J.
Hlgglnson. T. A, Cox.
Ewe, shearling- T. A, Cox, .1   llig-
glneon, T. A. Cox.
Wether,   lamb- J..  Hlgglnson,   first,
second and third.
Ewe, lamb���A. Davie, J. lligglnson-
,1. Thompson,
Championships, Medium Wool Breeds.
1 ram and two ewes, 1 shear nr over.
Davie, J.
Messrs'. T.' J. Trapp & Co., New West-1 owned and bred In 11. C���A
minster. B. C). i McClughan. J. Richardson.
For  the  best  hoar   and
any age oi breed distinct
entries,   two  cases   of   stumping   pow
der,. value $14. O. Miller.
Cox,
DIVISION P.
Special prizes, presented to tlle
-. inning the largest number ol prizes! Ram. lamb-
under division P.���Ruth Wlntemute^lj Championsht
Eleanor .1. Evans;  Eva  French.
DIVISION R.
."���pecial    prizes,   presented    to    the
ch id winning the largest number   of
...e�� under division  R���.lean    Slmp-
.-. ii, Vancouver;    Jennie    S.    MeColl,
Vancouver;   Kathleen  Payne.
B.
DIVISION D.���SWINE.
Yorkshires.
Boar,    2   years    and    over���J.
Hrethour,  VV,  HL Tees.
Boar- 1 year and under 2 years���
.Vortson & Son. W. E. Tees, J. Mcculloch.
Boar, over G months and under 12���
'���'cCliighan Brothers, Mortson &. Son.
Vi'. E. Tees.
Boar, over :', months and under 0 -
'���ortson &. Son, McClughan Brothers,
W. E. Tees.
Sow, 2 years and over. J. E. Breth-
���rur- Mortson & Son, second and third.
Sow. 1  year and  under 2 years    J.
R. Broihotir, McClughan Brothers, VV.
!.'. Tees.
Sow, over fi months and under 12���
,T. E. Brethour, first, and second; W. E.
Tees.
Sow, over 8 months and under C
rnonths���McClughan Brothers, W. E.
'-"ees, Mortson & Son.
Herd, board and 2 sows, any age���
T. Brethour. first and second; VV. E.
Tees.
Champion boar���J. E. Brethour.
McClughan Brothers.
Champion sow���J.  E.  Brethour.
Chester White.
Sow, 2 years and    over��� C.    Ilaw-
( -tampion sow���-O, Hawthorne.
Berkshirec.
Boar, 2 years and over. T. A. Cox.
Boar. 1 year and under 2 years���-T.
A.  Cox.  Bamford   Brothers
Boar, over fi months and under 12
- T. A. Ccx.
Boar-Over 3  months and  under 11
T. A. Cox. Mortson Brothers, Bam
ford  Brothers.
Sow. 2 years and over    T. A. ('ox.
Sow, 1 year nnd under 2 vears- T
A. Cox, Bamford Brothers. McCulloch,
Sow, over fi months und under 12 ���
Hamford Brothers, T. A. Cox. Morl-
I on * Son.
Sow, over 3 months and  under 6
T. A. Cox, Mortson A- Son, second aud
third.
Herd, board and 2 tows, any age���
T A. Cox, Bamford Brothers. Monro!!  K- Son.
Champion boar���T. A. Cox.
Champion   sow-Bamford   Brothers.
Poland  China.
Boar, 2 years and over���C. Hawthorne.
Hoar, over fi months and under 12���
Bamford  Brothers,
Bnar, over 3 months and under 6���
C. Hawthorne.
Sow, 2 years and over���C. Hawthorne, first and second.
Sow, 1 year and under 2 years���
Bamford   Brothers.
Sow. over 3 months and under 6*���
Hamford Brothers, C. Hawthorne. Becond and third.
Herd, hoard and 2 sows, any age���
Bpmford  Brothers, C.  Hawthorne.
Champion boar���Bamford  Brothers.
Champion sow   -Bamford     Brothers.
Tamworths.
Bnar, 2 years and over Hamford
Brothers, Mortson (.��� Son.
Hear. 1 year and under 2 years���
B imford Brothers.
Boar. o"er 6 months and under 12 ���
''.' rtson & Sen.
Boar, over .1 months and under 6���
"imford  Brothers,  first  and  second;
���rtson & Son.
Sow, 2  yenrs and  over    Mortson  &
;   ������. Hamford Brothers.
Sow, 1 >ear and under .1 years���
I in ford Brothers, Mortson & Son,
t "���-ond  anil  third.
Sow, over fi months and u- ' - "- -
"-rtson K- Son, Bamford Brc;!'- rs
Mi rtson &. Son.
DIVISION   C���SHEEP.
Cotswold
Ram. 2 shears and over���T. A
[John Richardson.
Ram.    shearling--John   Richardson
'rl IT; A. Cox.
John Richardson.
p   ram;���John   Richard
son.
Ewe. 2 shears and over -T. A. Cox.
John Richardson, John Richardson.
Ewe, shearling���T. A. Cox, John
Richardson,  John  Richardson.
Ewe, lamb���John Richardson, John
Richardson, T. A. Cox.
Championship ewe���T. A. fox.
Pen: 1 ram, any age; ewe. 2 shears
'or""n\'er;  ewe, shearling, ewe, lamb���
John Richardson. T. A. Cox.
i-incotn6.
Ram. 2 shears or over���John Richard eon.
Rani, shearling���John Richardson.
Ram, lamb���John Richardson.
Champion ram���John  Richardson.
Kwe, 2 shears or over- John Richardson, first-  second and  third.
Ewe, shearling���John  Richardson.
Ev.e. lamb���John Richardson, first,
second and third.
Champion ewe���John Richardson.
Pen: 1 ram. any age: ewe, 2 shears
or over:  ewe, shearling:  ewe, lamb���
John   Richardson,  first   and   second.
Leicesters.
Ram. 2 shears or over -Bamford
llrothert'.
Ram, shearling -T. A. Cox, Alex
Davie.
Ham, lamb���T. A. Cox, Bamford
Brother:!.
Champion ram���Bamford Brothers.
P. A. Fox.
Kwe, 2 shears or over Hamford
Brothers, first, second and third.
Ewe, shearling���Bamford Brothers,
first and second;  John Richardson.
Ewe, lamb���Bamford Brothers.
rirst and second; T. A. Cox.
Champion   ewe��� Bamford   Brothers.
Pen.   1 rum, any age;  ewe, L' shears
or over:  ewe. shearling;  ewe, lamb���
Hamford Brothers, first and second.
Hampshlres.
Ham. 2 shears or over -T. A. Cox,
I. Richardson, Grimmer Brothers.
Ram, shearling���j. Richardson, T
A. Cox. Grimmer Brothers.
Ram, lamb   T.   A.   Cox,
Brothers, Summer Brothers
Champion ram   T, A, Cox.
Ewe, 2 shears or over Grimmer
Brothers, T,  A.  COX.  J,  Richardson
Ewe. shearling Grimmer Brothers,
T.. a. cox, J. Richardson,
Ewe,   lamb    Grimmer   Brothers,   T.
A. Cox, Grimmer Brothers.
Champion   ewe    Grimmer  Brothers
Pen:   1  rum. any aee;  ewe. 2 shears
<v over;   ewe,  shearling, ewe,  lamb���
T. A. Cox, Grimmer Brothers.
Oxford   Downs.
Ram, 2 shears or over���A. Davie. T.
Richardson,  McClughan   Brothers.
Ram, shearling -A, Davie, McClughan Brothers, second and third.
Ram, lamb���McClughan Brothers,
T. A. Cox, Alex. Davie.
Champion ram���A. Davie.
Ewe, 2 shears or over- A. Davie,
McClughan Brothers. A. Davie.
Ewe, shearling���A. Davie, McClughan Brothers, T. A. Cox.
Kwe, lamb���T. A. Cox, A. Davie,
McClughan  Brothera.
���Champion ewe���A. Davie.
Pen: 1 ram, any age; ewe, 2 shears
or over: ewe, shearling: ewe, lamb���
A.   Davie,  McClughan   Brothers
two   sows, ���    1   ram   lamb  and   two  ewe    lambs,
rom other owned and bred In  B, C.   -A.    Davie,
first and second; Grimmer, third.
Long Wool  Breeds.
1  ram  and  two ewes.  1  shear    or
over, owned and  bred    in    B,    C.    J.
Richardson, first, second and third.
1   ram   lamb   nnd   two   ewe   lambs.
owned and bred in B, ('.    J. Richardson. Bamford.
Goats.
Billy. 2 years and over- -A.
Doe, 2 years and over���A.
Doe.   1   year  and   under   -   yi
Mrs. H. S. Hunter.
Doe. under 1 year* A. Davie,
Davie.
Davie.
:  vears
DIVISION   C���SHEEP.
Snecial prize, presented hy the B
C. Stock Breeders' association (Prof
VV. T. McDonald, secretary, Victoria.
It. Cl.
Best rant lstnb and two ewe lambs
registere^t Gotswolds. Lincoln*? and
Leicesters, bred In B. C. and exhibited
by owner, J. Richardson.
Befit ram lamb and two ewe lambs,
registered, Hamnshires. Oxford Downs,
Dorsets, Shropshire.^. Siiffolks, South-
downs, hred in B. C, end exhibited hv
owner���Alex Davie, first and second;
Grimmer Brothers.
Special prize presented by the Canadian Bank of Commerce. (II. II.
Dsvldson E*n., manager New West
minster. B. C I for thp lies' fat weth
e- on exhibition, silver medal ('. T
Hlgglnson.
Special prize presented hy thi Jas.
Smart Manufacturing company, Brock,
ville. Ont. (through their agents. Messrs. T. J, Trapp & Co.. New Westmin
ster. B, C ).
For th" best pen of sheep < n exhibition, bred in British Columbia and
exhibited hy owner, one Farmer's
Boiler. No. 140, value $20���A. Davie.
DIVISION   B���HORSES.
Roadsters.
Brood   mare.   3   vears  old   and   up
B.   Henderson;   VV.  S.   Dickie.
Filly or gelding, 2 years and under
3 (shown in harness)���D. Nicholson;
T.  A.  Tidy.
��� FUly or gelding,  1  year and  under
2���lames   McCulloch,
Foal  of   1!H3    A.   Davie.
Pair matched driving horses (mares
or geldings), In  harness to Vehicle
j Dr. L. D. Swlnerton; vv. c. Brown: Dr
Fetridge.
j Standard Prcd.
Stallion, 4 years   snd    upward    Dr
Grimmer Wilson:     Clair   Paxton;    Endersley
Brothers
Brood mare, with fool r-t foot, :'.
vears and  upward     I   II    Dohl rl) .   II
E. Hummer.
Yeld   mare.   4   vears*     and     up    Dr
Swlnerton;   Hr   Fetrldge
Filly, 3  years    I!,-. C,  M    Hendi rson;
A, c. Hummer,
Filly. 2 years and under 3 A, C.
Hummer,
Foal of I HI., (filly I- A. c. Hum-
me *.
Foal of 1913 (entire)���J, ll. Doherty.
Produce of one mare. 2 animals anv
age, either sex (registered) -A, C.
Ilumtre.'.
Thoroughbred   Horses.
Stallion. 3 years and upward 11.
McFadvc*.*.
Brood  mare, 3 years and upward ���
F. w. Raunsefell.
Hackney*.
Stallion, any age James McCulloch.
Mare, any age���-A. Davles.
Stallion, 4 years and upward T, A.
Cox.
"toillon, 3 years and under 4  -A. N.
Johnston.
I     Stallion, 1  year and  under 2    T.  A.
either sex  (registered)���T.  A. Cox.
! Championship��� Standard     Bred     and
Thoroughbred.
Stallion,  nny  nge-Dr.   Wilson:   11.
; MeFadyen (ribbon).
Mare,  any  age -Dr.   Swlnteron;   F
w. Raunsefell (ribbon).
Get of one sire, 3 animals, any age.
either sex (registered) II. C. Hummer.
General Purpoee. .
Team, geldings or mares, in harness
to vehicle -Jas. McCuloch.
Mare or gelding, any age Alex Da
vil s;   Jas.  McCulloch.
Agricultural   Hor��es.
I   Brood mare     las. McCu'loeli.
Gelding  or  filly,  3  years or OVI r
'trnnelte Saw  Mills Co.,  Isl, 2nd and
8rd,
Gelding or fillv, 2 years and under
:l     las. McCulloch, 1st and 2nd.
Gelding or filly, 1 year and under 2
im.. McCulloch.
Foal  of  VH"    las. .McCulloch.
Clydesdales.
Stallion   3 years ami under 4    G. I.
Wilson ; .Inn. Savage: J. Kerr Wilson.
Stallion. 3 years and under 4    G, L.
VV'iitsou;  Shannon Bros.; .1. Savage.
Stnlion. 2 venrs and under 3 Shannon Bros;  S. G, Gllmore.
Stallion. 1 vear and under 2 ���G. L.
Watson: J. Savace;  0   L. Watson.
Brood mare, with foal at font, 3
vears and upward���G L. Watson:
Shannon Bros.: G. L. Watson,
i Veld P'nre, 4 years and up���T. Me-
i.Mlllan; Shannan Bros.; T. W. Patter-
' son.
Ftllv. 3 years - Shannon Bros.; T. W.
I Patterson; T. Lalng.
Filly. 2 years and under ." D. Montgomery; G. L, VVntpon; J   Savage.
Filly, 1 year and under 2 -G. L. Watson. 1st and 2nd: Thos. Lalng.
Foal or 1313 (filly)��� G, L. Watson.
| Is! and 2nd: Tho,   Lalne.
Foal of 11113 (entire) -G. L. Watson;
Shonnnn Bros.
Produce of one mare, 2 animals, any
I aee.   either   sex   (registered)    G.     L.
Watson;   Shannon  Bros.:   G.   L.   Wat-
| son.
Clas.es fer Clyrifsdales Ered in
Canada.
Stallion.  3  years  old   and  over���G,
L.  Watson;  J.  Savage.
Stallion. 2 years old Shannon
j Bros.:  S. G. Gllmore.
Stollon, 1 year old���G. L. Watson;
i J. Savage.
P.r<"-id mare, with foal at foot Shan-
j non Bros.
Fillv. 3 years and upwards -J. M
j McMillan:   Shannon   Bros
Filly, .'! years and under 2 - G L,
j Watson;  J.' Savage.
Fillv 1 va- snd under 2--G. L. Sav
, aee, 1st and 2nd.
S'tt-d or filly foal -G. L. Watson. 1st
and 2nd.
Suffolk   Punch.
Station, 2 vears and under 3    Harry
! Lamb.
Veld  mare.  3  venrs  and  upward
Alev  Davie.   1st  and  2nd.
Filly. 2 years and under 3     V. Davie.
Percheroris.
Stallion, 3 vears and upward    I   M ������
Culloch.
C.hamoien Drr.iinht Hf".!*.
Stallion, any age, ribbon   g  i, Watson,
Fei "tie, any nge. rli lam I) Montgomery.
3 animals, any age
J.   Savage;    Shan-
Get of one sire
G.   L.   Watson;
non Bros.
For the hest Clydesdale stallion, any
age    G. L.  Watson.
Por the best Clydesdale, female, any
���age -i*. Montgomery.
I'or the hest Canadian bred Clydesdale stallion, nny age   G.  I.   VV'iitsou.
For the best Canatilan-hred Clydesdale female, any age    Q, I.. Watson.
I',r Ihe hest two heavy draft animals, mares or geldings, (registered or
unregistered), 8 years or under, bred
iii British Columbia and exhibited by
owner   G, L. Watsonl Shannon Bros.
Best Clydesdale marel :i years old
Shannon Bros.
Best Clydesdale stallion, any age,
registered In lhe stud book of the so-
Cletv or in tlie Cvldesilalu stud hook
of Canada    G. L. Watson.
Best Clydesdale mare or filly, any
age, registered In Ihe st ml hook of the
Society or in the Clydesdale stud hook
of Canada   D, Montgomery.
The besi draught horse on exhibition, nny .')!c- breed ( r s> \. raised and
owned In lhe province    J. S��vage.
For the best two animals In the
heavy breeds product, of one mare,
bred and owned In B. C . and exhibited
hv owner; one V.12 plow (plain -G. I.
Watson.
For the heat ceneril purpose anl-
nnii. mire or gelding (registered or
unregistered) :: venrs and under, bred
*'���' " ('. and exhibited hv owner A.
Dn'!'
For die he<-*t team of agricultural
horses, one sling hav crrler wllh two
centre trap slings    J. Savage.
For thp hest team, groomed: (tressed nnd driven hv boy between lfi nnd
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Phone 386.
Burr Illoc<.      Columbia   Street.
T
years   and
C.     McCre
Ewe, lamb���T, A. Cox, A. Davie, Mc- .Gov.
Clughan  Brothers. Btooi   mare,   with   foal
Champion ewe���A. Davie. | years and  upward    I),  c.
Pen:  1 ram, any age; ewe, 2 ahears  Mr*   II.  C.   Holston
or over: ewe, shearling; ewe, lamb���
A.  Davie,  McClughan   Brothers.
Dortets.
Ham. 2 shears or over J. Richardson, first  and second;   Hawthorne.
Ham, Shearling    Hawthorne,
Ram, lamb���Hawthorne, first, see-
en'1 and third.
C-hanit'ion ram���Richardson,
Kwe. 2 shears o- over���Hawthorne,
first, second and  third
ai   roi
McGrc
up
T. A. Cox: T. A, C
Veld mare. 4
McGregor; I).
Johnston.
Filly. 3 vi ars
D. c  McOregor,
Filly, 1 year
Cox.
Foil of 1911 fflllvl
or: Mrs. II   S   Rolson.
Produce of one mare, 2 animal
nge, either sex  (registered)   'I
and   under
T,   A.
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Mare, any agn���D. C. Mcftregnr;  T
A. Coy frlbbon),
Get of one sire, 3 animals, any age,
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For Friday and Saturday
Hed, SpriiiK and .Mattress, complete; ru Hilary colton top mattreaa.
double-woven wire s.irini; and strong Iron bed with capped posts
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itrass Bed, Bprlng nnd Mattress, complete; mattress is tilled with
sanitary  filled  cotton,  spring  Is double   weave,  nlth   henvv  brass
bed, guaranteed not to tarnish.   Kor  $22 OO
Couches, strongly made and well upholstered, In green velour ami
imitation Spanish leather! finished wltll roll edge; solid oak frame
Pr,oa    EiO.SO and 312.00
chiffoniers. In solid quarter-cul oak, mahomnv, blrdseye maple and
white enamel   flnlsb; beat British   bevelled   mirror;'    with   five
and six drawers.    Krom   S14.50 to ��27 BO
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Kitchen Rockers  $2.50        Kitchen Safes  $2.83
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER  3, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
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News9 Sport Page That Everybody Reads
LACROSSE   >:   CRICKET   :-:   BASEBALL   ;-:   BOXING
WEST END INTERMEDIA TES
WIN FROM ALL STARS
Playing a stellar came from h art to! Lull Jnst cruised t.h
llnlsh iiK'iiiiKl a team practically composed  (I   senior  amateurs,    he   West
Lnd  inlerinedlate  lacrosse team,-rap-
tnred the medals donated by tho It,
A. ft  I. hii-I. !.v, v in n tliey deiV.'lt .,! llie
All-Stars nine kohIh to live ai On i's
park yesterday. Lp to the >JUrd ',uar
ter   the   twntesl   wna   near  BV iu   and
but for poo.- shooting tiie stars mlghl
have  Ulkeil   lln-   lead,   but  the   lelllng
pure of Hi' i;recti -.'hlris, eomhI:i",l
with a stiff wind upset their nu'iicu'iu-
llons and for a time it looked as if II e
score would resemble ihe Minto fame
of Tuesday
That tin iinue was not of Cue *)n*\
t.a variety can be Imagined iij ihe
number of penalities banded oik, Keeney especially coming under th. , ye
of the ntflciaiK in ihe last quarter by
his roiiKh stuff, a portion of which was
let  hy unnoticed
llm
before Coutts
i (-0(|. (J ll (put mni auoilii r In the last
period from llie stick of Storme which
wen' through goal, nqt, ei al.
Oi I'.ie.-lniilvi'lcnl itar.i of th" game
credll is coming to both stoddart, the
Weet Knrt custodian, and Coutts, the
guardian for the ItarC who were com
palled to pick Ihem oui from all uncles
and all speeds
ai ihe conclusion Tim Mahoney. on
h< hull   or tin    It.   A   k   I.  society pro-
veiilid  llie winners wllh gold medals,
Tills se:  in ikes the third, secured  hy
team   t'lis  season,   flrsl.  the city
Labor Duy
yesterday's
the
Championship, second, the
t-lHirts  committee,    and
.from the exhibition poop)
The scores and    penalty
follow:
'���'irs'   Quarter���Murray
2:��0l   i   Gilford   (A.  K ).':,
Second    Quarter   Hurr
I "JO;  .1. (ifford   I A.S. I, .lln
summary
fW,    K.i
30,
IW.    B.),
Hun' iw.
rai opened the ecreinoi..',* hy   L' I  il:0C.
lhe      Third     Quart--I'V, ,;]|||.���     (ASM,
ni*  Storme (W,  Ki   2 02:   Keeney
fW  K),1-r,7; Pentland fW   IC.). 3:30'
S*
<W. Ki, 2:01; J. Gifford (A.
iw
pangptc
KI,  1  '.',
IV
Ne!
MW VT I
facing the hall und continued tu h
referee assisted  by Billy Gilford,
The flrsl cusrlcr ended one all. id array placing 'he West Binds ahead to he
f, 'towed  cue  from  the stick  of Jack  -
'���ifford. Corn,   Oiuirtcr
Second  Quarter. L.i  6:27;  Storme
The  second  ouarter  wa.i  much   the  son  (A. S.L II :'".
seme, the champions of the city Inter Penalties
nfedlftte league phIiiIkk ground when     Nehon   W   Patchell. Swanron
Hurr sc;  them  to the fron!     Score S.i:   M   Mortison, McDonald
three to two. I    Becond Quarter   Peedham, J-dhnsgu
Third  Quarter, i<A, S.i;  .Stoddart. W   K.)
The   tMini   quarter   opened   with     r
tush and after QlffoW had missed an1
oiien rhunc" In front or goal, Peedhaml
completed liert Johnson's shot hv
Ctv   |{ i [ground that they
-' r*v. e.)
, -end
Ing through :l dUfflcu|( sidewboeUr.
After th  :  'here  was  nolhi.ii.-  to I'
lut  We��!   Eadg.   Keeney,  Btorme ate!
f-e_.-_.:l running wild with goals
   Keurtli Quarter	
In the fourth quarter, the stars made
i ne lasl  attempt  to come back .Tel
efler 0 Bangster and Stor.e" hal
nenetrated the riiminK, Nelson, wu,
hud h, en ., passenger with repeated
Injuries, swime the last coal past St , I
iir""
Two disputed goala were on the :ist
< in- iu th" second quarter, when the
Third quarter   Soj\
.".���_:".h quarti r   K< * ���.
Lire Up.
���' ��� ������ i, imt Hoed np ns follows*
West Bndr   Stoddart, W, Mortison
m  Mortison i:  McDonald, ','. Huff, M
I.' ugheed   'i   Sum:! ter, .T. Allison   fl
'���������������������"���. T. Storme, B.  Pt-uiiand and
."���.:-.-'>*.
All-Kt-r' W Coutts, W. Patchell,
I. f-ei-i ry (1 Atkinson. H, Battson,
I. Seism, It. .lohnson. Ii Peedham. 1
' ' i 'is. W Daw��, ,i Olfford an : 0
Swaneon.   fouro.   B.   Cooper.
Ri '������ - e Mayor Qraj j. dge of pily,
W   CilTord
Timers. J. .1   Mahoney, 11. Lewis.
empires. Tubby Coutts. E. Cooper.
MAY BE SHAKE-UP
V.   A
C.   Ma/   Rearrange  Team  in  ;
Effort to Defeat Royals in Game
Tomorrow.
After Iiie poor show,an mude hy the
nip Challengers on Tuesday afiernoon
i..un.,: im- Balmon Bellies there will
pi, babty he a shake-up tn the Vancou
v,*r  home   lu order  to offset  the    big
difference wuuri showed LtaelJ Tues
ou. iii tween the attack ami   the   do
c no
i ii..   i.n i more than anything els,*
lei   in sev,-nil  tallies  reKIStensI   li>   !.,,'
H;*.iii<. iiie bome being unable t"
take advantage of the  feedings sup.
plied i..i the tieid players, with the result lhat lh" Royals home were rou-
lii,u.niy on the often:.i\e during th"
lasl two quart
for their produce This was largely
due io the organization and it Is up
to other dlslriets lo organize on aim-
. Har lines. There were tlve districts
in southern liritish Columbia; ir they
organized, then the runner was coming Into his own; rarmers must co-
rperete or lhey will nol to forward,
���������ul the government w ill do all it can
t i   help
LARGEST ATTENDANCE
IN HISTORY Of SHOW
i Continued font pave onei
Vmi*
I riiiiiess i.r a lifesavlng net was shown
when   several   of  the   firemen   and   a
'".Mrs. Jones" of Cloverdale made tli"
'jump rrom Ilu   third floor of the clvlo
j hulldln,'.
Chief   Watson   gave   The   News   an
Interview   with   "Mrs.   .lones,"   hence
the suspicion tlmt a fireman's uniform
I was hidden under the skirts und blouse
; of the "woman "
Someone had to he drenched nt BUCh
llin exhibition and there were inuny ol
them who OB light the spravs when the
big ladder  was hoisted  near the  post
; olllce   building   and   the   water   tower
I placed in position.
FIRST MENTION
OE DEAN MADE
(Continued from rat* onei
with a chair in the wei! of the court
hy Lie direction of Justice Clement
lie repeated IiIb former testimony
regarding  the search  ol the  room  In ;
the Griswold  hotel, alleged  to be oc
cupled hy Powell and the recovery of
over ,2,4DI) In  Hank of  .Montreal  Jin !
hill.'.
Sir Charier Objects.
Sir chnrhs raised strenuous objec- I
t'ons t ' the admission or witness' evi-'
dence in regard to the Identification t
of the hank hills dispatched in a seal- i
ed hox from Detroit to Chief Hrad- I
thaw in New Westminster on the!
hud passed through '
so many hands subsequently that with-1
out the numbers wUsees could    not|
possibly swcai  to them.
Powell   Appear;.
Martin Powell was brought Into
courl and Detective Black Identified
him as the man arrested in Detroit for
having a quantity of the stolen bills lr
'.ii*  possession.
Cross examined l.y Sir Charles���Do
you remember the witness Qreenwood
vlBftlng Detroit
Witness- Yes. that was In Muy.
131V
Sir Charles���1 am Instructed that It
was in March.
Witness I am not quite sure, but I
think i:  was In May.
Sir Charles���He was there for the
purpose or Identifying  Powell
witness Yes. The Pinkerton people told me whut he waa there for.
but I have nothing to do with them.
Witness     proceeding,   said   he   hud
n-'de the necesaarv arrangements to
afford Greenwood the opportunity tfl
Identify Powell,   lie employed s d��o-
uty   sheriff   and   a   r.nniltl r   of   other i
nieii lu connection with   thc   Inenec 1
Hon.     I'owell   insisted     upon     helng j
hrought  along with others and  i'   was,
so  arranged.    Bight   or  nine  others!
j (.-t"-il with l'ow.ll.   Witness wus there
with  Greenwood     Ile  knew-  et!';.  n*>an
i lhere.  Wagner, hot  although  he knew j
jthe  rest   hy   sigh:   he  could   not   give I
jthe namea.    They stood in triangular J
i formation.
Got Wrong  Man.
,:��  remembered   Qreenwood    flr��t
picked out another man as I'owell. He
(was a  lull  man. but  he oould  not  remember his name    Ha could net Say
j whether  Qreenwood   used   the   words ,
"I know you."    I'owell had on a sweat- '
er and a white coat with buttons.
Sir Charles When he went over to
the  deputy   sheriff  did   you    hnckon
hll  pocket and making a slight motion
as o,' throwing something away. Turn
lm; round afterwards he say the ho*'
Pratt pick up something about fifteen ���
feet away.    Afterwards Pratt cume to
tie- station witli nve $i.i   bills.   Mr
Plneberg also narrated the story of
Powell slipping t'ie botel key down his,
punts nnd he, Plnebtrg, picking It up.
He nlsu decided thut PoWell'S photo
wus a fairly good one despite the uu.,
cular appealing! ���-
When he questioned Powell he ,ii,;
not warn hlm thu: an;, thing he said
mlghl he usi d agalnsl blm " he conversation  old  nm amount  to  much
Sir i hsrles In his extradition yon
were hll most Important witness?        i
Interrogated  hy the foreman of the
Jury, witness denied that h's evidence
could   he   construed   Into   his   having
suid   I'owell   threw   th��   hill*   fifteen ;
feel away.   The hoy was ID feet away
when   he   turned   and   saw   him   pick'
"omethin:--   up.     Flneborg  was  severe-;
Iv cross examined en everv Qofnt, but
wis  smilingly  adamant  and   did   not '
wi aken.
Fer Third Tirr.e.
0, B, Pr"tt. the hoy who picked up .
the discarded notes repeated his story
previously   given   twice.     Shown   the ,
photo of Hob Burman. th,. champion
��� il tn  neer,  he reiterated  that it was '
absolutely  ridiculous to compare him
wllh Powell, notwithstanding the- lat- ;
l"-'~    C!tr!_.
' leutenanf   Dornbrnok  nnd Captain
O'Orady of the Detroit police, also re-1
nested  their testimony tfven on previous occasions.
The court adjourned until 10:30.
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WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONES, Managing  Director.
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Ar, nts f��r D. E. Brown, Hope ,W -due-mho'. Ltd., Qener      H.,',l*j->. ��rw>
Steam hip Agents, of Vancouver,      Li. C
Bome   h
Jobno)   H
, ill    Willi
ed    chani
not!"' 1 ; ���
Shun,I, -
n   tinlforn
or hi.i I,i.
ap|e ll.lllll'
ut
till
uni wlll
nam. ii
in    his
exists   w io ther
be able to turn
Ithough  a mark
condition    wus
-������ rdaj     In I i 'in of Iiie old
, la) er bt ing unable to dun
Manager Tommy 01ff< rd
llier Jack will make    their
with   the cup  defenders,
Gregor, llurnuby;  i. Col   Melt
coin e ���
Trotters Dr Henderson, VancoUi
ver; 8, a <:. Rummer, Chllllwack; ::.
W. .1   Caranagh,   Vancouver.
Pair carHage horses    '. Colonel Mr. ,
i'u,-   Vanoouver:   2   Colonel    McRae, Greenwood and whiaper something tn
Vancouyer; 3. Reeve D. C, McQregor,  hlm, "'he man  with Ihe sweater and
Durnaby white buttons?"
Ladies' saddle horse    1. Colonel Mc-       Witiusr    1   usked   him   what    na::
Une. Vancouver, Mrs McRae tiding; 2. lhe ret'-red to.   Qreenwood is ban
E, Henderson, Victoria, Miss RobertaIheating und  I  could  net have  whu
Vancouver   Miss ! pen il     1   do  not   remember  whtspei
. Iiu*
of
inderson,
up; :'.. Roberl Kelly.
Kelly up
High   steppers    1.
Vani "hut.   2i   T.   A.
Ont.
Colonel   Mellae.
Cox.   Ilrantford,
i'hsr'"s  -Wus  it   ���fter  that  be
picked CUt Powell .'
Witness    He went over the line. Af-
.'.l.inu.* ; Clifford has been keeping In
fairly good condition throughout the
summer, although not on a par with
Howard und should lhe latter fail to
muke .it*-, appearance It is all the
uu r ��� ilki ly thai Jack Olfford will
make ihe Jump to   tbe   professional
deleroe Fred Lynch ��ill again huve
II. ��� eiitin   , barge of the game aud lhe
New WeBtmlnster alderman demon
strntcd his ability lo handle a cha;i-
pu nship game himself en Tuesday to
th,* entire Batlafaotlon of both teams
and tin* genernl public.
SUIZER Will BE
PLACED ON STAND
ter he  went   to Uv deputy  sherll,   !���
'dwell and said. "
lin<
ieri]
'That
went  up to  I
the mun."
Sir Charles    Were there nnv or the]
I",ik,-vien people presenl at the iden-1
tirieution? |
Witness    Mr  Wolf.
Sir Charles  then    questioned     Mr I
I Black about bis connection  with  thel
  ! Plnkerions.     Witness  repudiated   any I
nm T-t-t Will Te.tifv���orief j eonneotion  with  that ngency previous'
on Tr.al Will Testify rief ; ^ . ^   ^  ^ n)gM Qf powe,j.f
TUBBY  COUTTS   DISAPPOINTED.
Tubby coutts.   n   member  of   tha
Chinooks if Calgary. Incresse chain-
plona of Alberta nnd one of the challengers Ter tbe Mnnn cup, arrived In
ihe  cl'.   yeslerday   from   the  prairies
and n ok in the West Bnd-All-Stars
lacrosse yesterday at queens park
i'i nils Is looking the picture of health
and feels lit nf er a strenuous summer
with Kamloops and Calgary lacrosse
leatnl He Stated lo The News that
much disappointment was caused Iii
Calgary bj reason of the V. A. 0. eall-
ing eir the challenge from the
ChlnOOka,   which   gome   request   from
the vancouvers  was acceded  to by
Joe Lally, cup trustee.
Ccvernc
Erief   Cession   of   Impeachment
Court Yesterday.
Albany, N. v��� Oot :t -only a brier
session of the Impeachment trial ol
tlovernor Sulzer  wub  held  today.
An adjourn menl until Monday ar:er-
noon then was grunted by Presiding
Judge Cullen. This was done thai the
attorneys ror the governor mlghl have
time to perfect lhelr plans for opening
th   coat ���
or the plans of the defense, little Is
konwii- except thnt Senator Harvey 1).
Hinman will outline the defense if he
Is  able,  and  that   Louis   A.  Sarecky.
formerly the governor's campaign ��ec-
retary, will he the first witness for the
Impeached executive. Thai the governor w'H testily lhere Is no doubt, despite the r.irl thut some members of
hls counsel opposed his taking
stand.
the
TAKING PRODUCE
TO CHICAGO EAIR
iConMivied trom fnge One. I
splendid support they had given.
Outside Purchasing.
Asked whnt  be thought the reason
people   were   purchasing   out   of   the
province, he thought tho main reaaon
was the mor'lv normal state or affairs
that generally ovists.   Peoole   were
subsidizing Innd so fnr from Vanoouver
manv   n   funn   tlmt  has   lust   been
bought and nrobably subdivided and
really grtwlne nothing hut words. The
euestlrn wou'd largely solvo llse'f In
tho course of time. Regarding !��''
rom!'"* Into Vuneouver. this, he
tlinugM. wss owing to a Inck of r<>.
���cncritlnu ���>m"ne farmers nnd heean-"
f-,rr"S v'ce hr'n,* fed un l'i su'i-d'-
visions thit should b~ ciiit'-ntei' -~'-i
rnct Instead of nnvlnc snitolent nt-
tr���tien In ne-r'c"ltt're lhey have been
digging I'te real estate.
Co-Operation  Helps.
He th might the fnrtners were heln-
Inp each other by civoperBtlon. flrnw-
ers  were  getting  masnlflctnt   prlceB
SHOWED THE PEOPLE
HOW IT WORKED
arrest
As to search of the room in the (Iris-
wold hotel ulleged to have been occupied by Powell, witness Btated the
door was unlocked und the hag with
the hills was on the floor was also
unlocked, Oold was used consider
ably In tho States.
He hud nuide a list of the serial
numbers or the hills to enable him to
Identify tham afterwards, lie had given the memo to crown counsel Mr
Macneil), Wolf, the Pinkerton agent
called out the numbers und he write
them down.
Shown n photo of I'owell he romimr
ed II with the original In court end
declared it wuh u fairly good photo,
despite Sir Charles harping unon lhe
dimensions of the ears In Powell's
pictorial representation. Witness com
eluded by Informing the court thut it
was not on Instructions of tha Pin!-'"*
tons he had searched the hotel room,
but nt the Instltgatlon of the nsrlst-
ant chief detective of the Detroit poller..
Officer FIneberg Testifies.
Police Officer N. H. FIneberg, Detroit police, also repented his testimony about arresting I'owell. observing his prisoner twisting his hand In
City   Fire   Cnoade   Gave   Demonstration of How the New Apparatus
is Ured���Aerial Ladder Shown.
Por the first time since the arrlvul
of the aerial ladder truck to the local
flro department, Klre Chief Watson
sent his men through an exhibition
drill vesterday which demonstrated
that the Royal City lire fighters wlll
| tike  second  place  to none when   It
| colhea t1 enleV iictlon.
I T'-e tinneiircenient thit n publlc o.x-
Vbltlon was tn tnke plnre In front of
l be    rH-f    hull    yesterday    morning
* bn nelif out a large crowd.
A"��r n rhort run up and down tho
atreet with both nuto machines the
nc-i'l l."dde-s wer" hoisted over the
-Ity hull building, the firemen making
rust progress In placing the long machine ln position and ulso scaling the
Inddert when once In place.    Kollow-
I ing this a demonstration of the uae-
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS
Friday and Saturday
$5.00 Off
thc regular price of any suit or overcoat
in the house, "Burberry's" excepted
Regular $35.00 Suit or Overcoat for -
Regular $30.00 Suit or Overcoat for
Regular $25.00 Suit or Overcoat for ���
Regular $20.00 Suit or Overcoat for
$30.00
- $25.00
$20.00
- $15.00
All smart, new "Fall Merchandise*    "Society Brand" and
"Fashion Craft" Clothes.
A. S. MILLS & CO*
r ..-
Smart Apparel for the Younger Men���16 to 60
COLUMBIA AND SIXTH STREET3
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THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3,  1913.
Classified Advertising
CANADIAN CROP WILL   SUSPENSION UNION
NOT LOWER FLOUR     Al HAZELTON OPEN
: remarkable  demonstration  of preset-*.
! ration evidenced by the care of the
injured goose, and the method which
two other members of the flock employed lo get the injured gooso to a
place of safety.
AGENCIES.
CLASSIFIED ADS WILL, B'-C KE
ceived tor Tne Newa at the tallowing places: ff. T. Hill's dn,g store,
628 Columbia atreet; A. Sprico,
Queensborough. l.ulu laiand.
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��� MATES. ���
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CiaMitie*���Uue eeot per word per
da), 4c per word par week; 16c per
nn-utta, t.iMM words, to bo used a* required ���* ittla ane year from date ot
coutmci,  tSk.att
<���* ANTED�����IISOfel-i.ANtllu8
YOUNG LADV DE31RB9 POSITION
as stenographer, seven years old
country experience, quick and accurate; moderate -salary. Box iiiii
Dally New*. 121521
FOR SALE
TWO VANCOUVER HOTELS POR
sale at   right   price, '.'.'ii   Eleventh
street.    ('.  <;. (210fl��
Price Is Set in  European Market and
Determined by Variation in Production of the Entire World
Large Modern Structure New Replaces
Primitive  Type,   Cpar.nlnrj  the
Beautiful   Hagwllget Gorge
KOIt      SAI.K HOUSE      PARTLY
finished, and large cleared lot, Edmonds. Clear deed. Cheap for
cash. Apply owner, Oeorga \Varne.
Eighteenth avenue, Edmonds. (111."I
New ilazeiton, Oct. 2.-- Wm. Spencer, superintending engineer for Geo.
Cruiloek &  Co., contractors    for    the
ACREAGE NEAR NEWTON, JUST 8
milea out. less than 80 iiiinut, s rid*
on 11. C. Electric from New Westminster; soil excellent, bottom rr
upland as desired; tram frontage
$150 an acre and remainder just
back of frontage lots (lull and $125.
Terms quarter cash, two years for
balance. This is a sacrifice, estate
to be cleaned up at once. Solo
agents, Curtis & Dorgan, New Westminster.    Phone 466.   No trades
(2161)
WANTED���JAPANESE liOY WANTS
housework. Apply Japanese mission,
Sapperton. .2144)
WANTED��� AIX RINDS OF LABOR-
ers' supplies. Oriental Contracting
Company, 413 WeBLminsU-r Trust
building.    (2121)
WANTED ��� HOUSKHOLD FURNI-
Uire in large ar small quantities tor
spot caah. Will give full value or
will sell your household goods and
effects by auction. Will guarantee*
to realize value or no commission
charged. II. J. Rnsacll, Westminster
Auction liouse. Kings hotel block,
Columbia atreet.        (2164)
TO RENT.
TO RENT -FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms. $8 per month; 828
Royal avenue. (2174)
Toronto, Oct. 2.���"The crop In Canada does net make tno pries," said
Mr.   hedley   Shaw,   a   prominent   Tor-  bridgVover the BulUey river at  Hat.:
onto financial man, wnen questioned wllget, is beginning to see the end of
as to the possibility of lower prices his Job. The. bridge is across the
for flour as a result of tho laixo Cana river and people have been crossing
dian crop, "and there ia no likelihood It all Hub week. At tho present time
of lower prices." planks are laid across the bridge. The
"The prices are governed by the approach is completed on the far side
World's crop." he added, "and are set and this side will be ready in a few
In the European markets, particularly days.
the United Kingdom, which is far the The bridge, will soon be carrying!
largest consumer ol wheat. The estl- loads of ore as well as the general i
mate by tue international Institute of traffic which now descends to the lit-1
Rome of ttie world's visible crop this tie old bridge half n mile farther
year is 3.-830 million bushels, which down Ihe river and ascends the long'
is ahout four per cent larger than last steep hills coming into New Hazelton.
year. This increase is not a very;The old bridge and the old route will
large one, and will have practically soon pass Into history and become n<
no effect upon prices." ! relic   with   a  legend   attached   to   its
Willi  regard  to the Canadian  crop,tail. all same Indian bridge.
Mr. Shaw explained that the inert asei    lt is doubtful if in any place in the ;
was   about   ten   million   bushels   over j world  there  is  a  hridge  built across'
Pride 'Malleable:'ast J0Hr' alu' ,llat llle Important fea- a   more    picturesque   canyon.    One;
ery"oae guaranteed Mar-itule waa t,lc> Seneral improvement in stands on the bridge two hundred and1
(2160) '*'"" l1"1'"^ ��' "le crop. . firty feet above the raging waters of:
ln  the   United  Slates there  was a  Hagwllget gow.    It is also doubtful
i shortage of spring wheat of about one  if tliere is anolher suspension bridge
AUCTION SALES. Ihundrrd  million    husheU    over    lastIwith as long a span.    The Hagwllget
year, while fall  wheat had Increased span is four hundred and twenty feet. I
FURNITURE, STORE STOCKS AND  about the same amount. 	
farm    sales   conducted.     Furniture'    Mr- Shaw pointed out that the corn |        A HUNTER'S GOOCE YARN
bought  for cash.    P.  I).  Drown,  17jcroP '"  tllp   United  States was  short , 	
l_cgbie street, New Westminster.        about   five   hundred   million     bushels  Goose Ambulance Rendered First Aid'
(2171)  over last year, while    the    shortage I To Wounded Mate���Do You
_______________________,________,___^_______________ caused by the drought, in all product..' Believe It"
jused for feed, including corn, hay and
���BURGLARS MADE GOOD
WAGES FOR THE MONTH j
I    Seattle, Oct. 2.���Burglars enjoyed a
lucrative month In Seattle during the
thirty days of September just ended.
During   that   period    125   apartment |
houses, stores and business establish- ]
incuts  were  entered  and   the  loot  Is
; estimated at $5000,   The 125 robberies |
mentioned above does    not    include
numerous highway robberies ami Instances whero victims have had their
pockets     picked.     women's     purses
snatched or other varieties of thefts.
FOR   SALE���FIRST   GROWTH   FIR
wood;  cord wood $r, per cord, stove
���wood    $2.5 0 per   rick.    Telephone;
1005. (2026)
FOR BAMS���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week.    Canada's
Ranges; ev
ket square
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made te the Hoard
of License Commissioners for the City
of New Westminster at their sitting,
to be held on the 10th day of December, 1913, or at any meeting prior
thereto that the application can be
heard, for a transfer of the license to
sell liquor hy retail Issued In respect
of the MM-chantB Hotel. In the City
of New Westminster. B.C., from the
holders, Paul Root and .T. A. Malm, to
the said .T. A. Malm.
Dated this 2flth dav of August, AD
1913.
P. ROOT.
.1   A.  MALM.
(197S1 License Holders.
SHERIFF'S  SALC.
Fresh from the Gardens
of the   finest  Tea-produciug country   ia
the  world.
"SALADA"
Ceylon Tea.     Sealed Lead Packets Onlj.    M
Try It���U'B delicious. BLACK, MIXED or OREEN.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layer* of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented*
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
TSTIMATCS and DCSIO.NS TURN-SHED
North Battleford, Oct. 2.���Game of
LOST.                             I oats, was equivalent to a billion bush* all kinds is reported to bc very plan-
els of corn.    The e.ffeet of this would tiful this year.    Some enormous bags
IX)ST���ON WEDNESDAY EVENING,lbe to stiffen the prices of bran in thl? ot gceBe have    been    secured.    The
between   Third   street,   and   horse country as well as In the Stales. hunters state that the geese havc been
Bhow bulldins. or at horse show, old)    "If bran goes on the free list of the coming   down   much   earlier:   this   ip
fashioned gold filigree ring. Reward United Stales." added Mr. Shaw, "the evidenced by the fact thai they have
at _26 Third -treet.                   (217.1)   Canadian miller Is gclng to binefit to not   been   compelled   to   dig   pits   for
������������������  a great extent, but the consumer will
FURNISHED AM) UNFURNISHED
steam heated two room suites in
Iiurr block, 411 Columbia street. Enquire on premises. (2172)
LOST- -LADY'S GOLD  WATCH.  EN-, have lo pay more for his feed
graved on face of case.    Finder re- | 	
turn  to  14*:n  Seventh  avenue.    Reward. 121651
KENORA AUTOLE.': TOWN
TO RENT - FURNISHED THREE
roomed cottage,   close    to   Central
school.   enquire 224 Seventh street.
(2168)
TO   LET    FURNISHED  ROOMS,    47
Merrivale street. (2146)
hunting geese, but were able to use
the wheat stocks, whereas In past
years the fields were practically clear
of stooks ut the opening of th" goose
  season.
Ontario City Kas Six Thousand Popu-      An interesting story is told by ''haa
lation  But  Does Not  Knc�� the        Fanset, one of the leading goose hunt.
Beauty of a Joy Ride ors,   showing   the    bralniness    of    a
Toronto.  Oct.   2.���-In  the  course  of goose.    A goose which he had wound
the      motoring     system  ed.  and  which  was apparently  ahout
FURNISHED COMPLETE. HOUSE
keeping rooms, *10 and $15 per
month at 224 Seventh street.  I'-16111
BOARD AND  ROOMS.
A FEW BOARDERS CAN BB AC-
commodated at 6!'> Sixth street. Hot
water heat; home comforts.    (2147)
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM THE
city market stables Saturday evening, bright bay mare, six years old,
1500 pounds, baiter on.   Liberal   re-  perfecting
ward.    Apply Clyde Williams,    eity  throughout the  province,  tlle Ontario  to fall to the ground, was actually sup-1
police station. (2143)   Motor league comes upon some inter-  ported by two of its mates, who upon
��� ii ��� i   i i   esting facts,  one of the mos!  recent  seeing tbe  goose injured  flow  under';
of which has to do with the town of neath the injured goose iust so their
Kenora. This northern town, so far wings in the upward flap would reach
as automobiles are concerned? rceu- the injured member of the flock, aud
pies a unique and isolated position in
the province, by being the nnly one
of any size that does not boast a single auto.
Kenora   is   running   up  rapidly   towards the city basis, having a popu-
In  tho Supreme Court of  Brllis.1 Columbia.
Between iviith  M. Khmey, Plaintiff, nnd
Albert B. Kinney, Defendant
Purmuint   to   un   ,tr,1"r   of   Mr.   Justice
Murphy, l win offer for sals, at my offi,.". Court House, New Westminster, on
Wednesday the ��th dny of October, ion.
at eleven o'clock In the fori noon.
One cut off Baw arbor, two r.fl-ln. cut <>ff
s;(ws. iiir.-.' Letsaci h Burpee shint*;!,* machines, ono No -', itunfli, tt automatic saw
gummer, on,* liaml gummer, one 14x18,
Btanwoori Gamble engine, three wt-.nn
pumps, one (Mil twifler, ono CJxK, l��,l -r.
Hir,-,* shlimlr paekfns frames, shafting,
pulleys. belting, etc., one s-iw into c__rrln*e
w-ltt, planed irnrtc. on- .tin. *viw arbor,
with r,*.-ln. saw. and sfso all other goods,
chattels, buildings, plant, and mncntnsrv
now In and upon th,* pt***-*)*** nt t"" t"',r*
pentlne Lumber Company, Township line
road. In tb,- Municipality or Surrey Some
of the abov,- articles have been throug". -.,
fir,., and any purchaser timet tain th
samo In thi condition In wlti'-h tii
now in The articles wtxr be Insnec
f.,r,- sal,, bv anv proposed pnrehsser. on
th.  nbove described premfses,
The above wlll t"* sold stiblect tn the
Interest .if Sudn-ey Sutherland Mitentm
snn. assignee ,,f the Serpentine Lumber
fn-nn tnv
���Terms of snle *    Cash.
New Westmins" -. Ot   tut. ti't
T   J   ARMSTROVCI
Sheriff
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Branches Throughout the Province of British Columbia.
havings Department at all Branches Deposits of One Dollar aod
upwards received and Interest at the highest current rate paid or
credited half yearly
A OENERAL  BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Cheque* sold, payable ln all part* of tbe
worM.
CHAS. O. PENNOCK, Oeneral Manager.
New   Westminster   Branch: A. VV.  BLACK, Manager.
.!  h
COLLECTIONS.
BAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY-
where. No collection, no charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency. 336 lla.ting_ street west. Vancouver. B.C. i-16-t
in this way, remarkable to relate, the
three geese, Including the ambulance |
and the patient, reached the river in
safely, While the hunters could .as
ily hav,. picked off the whole three
geese  with  the second    volley,    Lhey
HOTEL FOR SAL?..
It,. Lots 2S and IS.  Wack I. Sub-division
,,f Lot 3SS. (;roup I, Port Haney, in the
District of New Westminster.
Whereas, pro,* at th,* lose of Certificate
of Title Number sus K Issued In the nam,.
of   Alice  May  l*��rm:in  has  been  filed  In
this office.
Notloe Is hen-by given that I shall, at
II,,* expiration of cme month frniu the dat,.
of th, first publication bereqt, in a dally
newspaper p-ublit-iwri in Che Citv of New
Westminster, Issue a duplicate of the salrl
certificate. unl.-K* in the meantime valid ,
otii'-ction   be  mill*.*  In  me   itt   wrltlnK-
J. C. GWYNN, I
Dlatrlct IteKislnir of Titles.,
Land KeKlstry Office, New Westminster,
B.C.,   Uth September,  1913. <2(i7S)
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made to the Board of
LiCEirse. Commissioners for the City of
New Westminster at their sitting, to
be held on the 10th day of December,
11)13. or at any meeting prior thereto
that the application can be heard, for
a transfer of the license lo sell liquor
by retail issued in respect of the
Occidental hotel premises, Columbia
street, New Westminster, B.C., from
the holder, Michael -Rowan, to Justus
Swanson and Adolf Otto Hanson.
Dated this 2Gth day of August, A.D.
1913.
MICHAEL  ROWAN.
(19711. License Holder.
lation of 6.169 a! the most recent con-j were prevented from doin:;
sua.    In addition It offers as "t-""t '   _���_.
tinder and by  virtue of a  Distress siuns  of  prosperity  the  fact   that   it i
Warrant aud a Warrant under a Chat- owns its  own  telephone, waterworks
, t��l Mortgage, to ine directed and    de- and electric lighting systems, and yet i
.live-fed,  I have seized  and  will  offer the town clerk puts at the end of hip
'for ��ale by public auction,  on   Tues-  letter, a little boaatfullv, the fact rhat I
day. the 7th day of October, 1913, at,"no citizen yet owns an auto In this j
,11  o'clock    in the forenoon    at    the place."
premises of the King's  Hotel, Colum-1
bla Street, New- Westminster*.
All bedroom and dining room furniture, linen, crockery, glassware, office
and bar lixturis of the King's Hotel
situated on Columbia Street, New
Westminster, B.C.
The above will be sold as a going
concern.
Terms   of sale    cash
particulars applv to
T. .1. ARMSTRONG,
(2154) Sheriff
by
HEE CHUNG
MWRCU \ vt TAILOR
New Imported Fall Suitings now on
display. See 'hem. Perfect lit nnd
workmanship guaranteed. Prices from
{IK.on up.    7ul  Kront Street.
ADVANCE BOOKINGS NOW
BEING MADE to the OLD COUNTRY FOR THE FALL and WINTER SAILINGS.
Let us make your reservations early and secure
best accommodation at the minimum rate.
We are apents for all ocean lines and can give you
vour choice of rail lines to the seaboard.
II. Q. SMITH. C   P. & T. A W.   E   DUPEltOW.  Q.   A.   1'   D.
527  Granville  Street.  Vancouver. Ilmno   Private Exchange  RDM
EULLION   RECEIPTS
DOUBLE  OF  LAST  YEAR i
CANADIAN  NORTHERN  PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Seattle. Oct. 2. .Receipts al 'he
Seattle Assay Office brought this
year's total up to $5,423,676 67, a record almost dr utile that of the s-ime
nine months of 1!) 12. September was
For further n'"' oi' '^"' biggest months of years in
the office's history, the total of receipts being $1,623,811.07. The present ttronth in one in which the heaviest bnriie.n shipments always arc
made trnm Alaska mining camps, lie-
ing practically the elose of the tiulc-
Ing season and the end of open navigation on the Yukon.
NAVIGABLE WATERS PROTEC-
i TION ACT.
NOTICE IS 1IKIIKHV (J1VKN tlmt th"
Corporation nf the City ot New West-
��� ���!���.* ������ r Iiiii depostt-sd with ie' Minister
-,,r Public Worta nnd in lhe offloo ,>f the
i ���*."-"-tr of lief-ii* for the District of
New Weatmlnater, win,** Columbia, plana
n id descriptions <>l centre line of pronos-
i s ,1'iK-rtmi Bewer outfall cross)08 Bru-
iliett**-    RtVPT   In   unit*   tHn) rlel.
AND NOTICE IS lll'.'il'.HY GIVHSN
to the CorpoT-atton of the Ctty of New
Westminster -will sXVsr one month from
it.,' first publtcat_on at litis notice apply ,
t.i the Governor rfc-ncr-al in Couneil for
nfmt-ovnl of nuch witVs
HATED al New W��tmlnsttar, lt. <'., this
Vtli ,lev of *4r'Mi"mls-r. i��1i.
McOtlARHTE, MAt-tTTN ����� CASSTDY,
���Rnltcltors f"- )*���** r^'��ntnrntii,ti of tba
Clt!   of  N.w  W.-Jtm-iKJrtcr.
(2141)
PURSUANT t" Section BO Sub-sectlnn
1, nr the British Columbia Railway Act,
tstl. notice is herein- given thnt there
has h* "n deposited with the Registrar at
New Westminster, n plan shewing nrn-
l�����s<-d extension nt Dock Spur from  Road
>���".  )i to Cana! street.  Mll-i  3.9 A. tn
Mileage in  A.  l.ulu  Island   Branch,  and
ruder   the   rnwi t's   ,'ivetl   to   tt   1.      stitute
the Canadian NoHhern Pacific Rnllwnv
aomtwinv will iMo*. nnd If necessary expropriate tho hinds required for Its right-
of-way.
T. H. WMITI..
(J1S0) Chief Engineer.
ALIGNMENT SALE.
Tenders are called for purchase of
pool room business, stock and fixtures
at Chllllwack. There an* three pool
tables, and one English billiard table
ull In tlrst clast. condition, Stock consists of pipes and tobacco, flood location.   Apply    H   I* Whittaker,   care
Kelly, Douglas Co.,   Ltd.,    New   West
minster, n.C (2167)
GOLD  GRAVEL   DISCOVERED
IN   PORTLAND   CITY   PARK
Portland.  Ore.,  OcL  2.���Gold  bear-
lint; (travel  nFsayins $10'.i2  to the ton
ibis  been  frund  hy city  workmen  In
Mount Tabor park, nnd as a result the
commissioner  of   public     works     bas
.ordered   a   enard   placed   around     the
property  until the extent of the find
can  be  ascertained.    An  assay     was
' made a  few days airo bul  the matter
was  kept   secret   until   the  pa-k   t|e-
| nartmerrt   conld   cot   the   situation   in
hand liofoi-r making it public.
W, E, FALES, Furniture, opposite�� library
We Are Going to Quit Business
SAVE 1-2 TO 1-3 and LESS  on   FURNITURE and  CARPETS
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephones'.  Office 53.  Residence 429
JOHN 11K1I>. Ptv��prtetor
GENERAL   MACHINE   WORK,
ENGINEERING  AND
BLACKSMITHING.
Agents      Palmer      Bros.'    Gasoline
Engines,   Marine   Buglers   aud   Auto
mobile Repaint
Office and WorVe: Tenth St.
P.O. Boa 474.    New Westminster. B.C.
HERKKrmnu-ifcG),
STORAGE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10 a. m., 2 p. m. and
11:45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10 a. m. and 11 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for
Prince Rupert and Northern
Points 10 p. m. Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 11 p. m.
RD.   OOULKT.   Amtnt.   N> ��r   Wmlinliuil-*ii
H.   W    BHOntW,  fl.   P    A .   Vnn'wivi'r
'..'hat with the tii.rlinr improve-
ments, tlie further
DEVELOPMENT OF
the fisheries and
Aitchiaon's
Ladies' Tailoring Branch
surely Weetmlnster is coming to
her own.
J.N. AITCHISON
Tailot to Ladies and Gentlemen,
Westminster Trust Block.
LOST HOLIDAY AND LIFE
Railva/ Clerk Mutilated tnd Killed
By S'witchinn Train
Spokane Oet i. When he started
ar.i'OKH the trucks behind v.hni be
thought ���*.���>;���� n "dead" tra'n. wftleB
backed suddenly. Fred MuBtelV, a 'nan
if"HI eli rk is the employ (>r the Ilreii'
Northern ra'lway n*    HlUyard,    h.-ri
iboth ef his lefts ent Ofl near the hips
| anil   died  three  liters afh'r  reaehlne
Sacred Heart hospital, where he wae
rushed Immediately after lhe ac-dem.
Mustell,  who  was on  his  vacation
j had planned on H^endln:4 the nwn
'der (i  his   vacation, n  week.  *,trr,und
home, but on account of the shortnes"
of  men  around  the  station  a".   fll'I-
yard, had consented to work the rest
,f I his time as ear clerk and it was en
| his trip around  the  freight cars thai
be met wiih the accident that caused
ih*3 death.
���-.���'O'JLDN'T  BUY  CrM^T-aY
Hot Dihate 0'"?r Proposed Municipal
Buryino Ground���"Let the  Dead
Bury Their  Dear!"
Spokane. Oct, 2.   Comtn1?9lonor C
M, [-"assott's proposal to stih^ii to t'n*
pmpie at. the November election a-
ordinance fer a bend Issue nf {--innon
I Ter rstnhllshlnK a mtmolpal eemeterv
and  puhllc.  crematorium  was dptoit
i ed In th" eity council for 'vnnt nt Vie
" required   four-fifths   vote   to   paBS  at
emergency ordinance.
The  debate was  heated  nt  times
Gothmissfoner   Fassett   declared  thai
people were helnn RouiTrd bv the own-
1 ers of local cemeteries and that the
perpetual   care,  contracts were   some-
' what  doubtful  after  the cemeteries
(are filled and mlded that "not a ccm*-*-
tery here is properly cared  for"
Commissioner Falrley said lhal  )���������
believed   In   tbe  BcrlpturM    when in
1 it Is recorded that Christ, said:    "l.ot
the dend bury t'.ie dead and coir.e fol-
lew  me."
CROWDS '(AHE Ml THIS
Are! pot what they wanted. A magnificent stock of Rugs, Furniture an:l
Hiph Grade ll "ise Furnishings, Brass
nnd Iron Beds. siiiRle and double*. Linoleums and Floor Coverings; Davenports and Parlor Furniture; Curtains
and Draperies. You will be surprised
Indeed at the rare worth and beauty
<    FA1.EI ' a rocK
GETTING READY TQ GET
OUT Of BUSINESS
This SaiA
ave
QUICKIY
causes bargains that  are attracting
faser attention.   Everyone amazed al
the very  low  prices.
NO TIME  TO  QUOTE   PRICES.
WATCH THE CROWDS.
'..f.*e whero tbey ��o    The crowds ".ill
te',1 lhe Btory.
DON'T DEIAY
II   iii'L:tmh a  big  saving to you.     Kverv
piece of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs,
Draperies, Linoleums and other high-
grade articles of Household Furnishings are being sacrificed to clear out
quickly.
PRICES GONE TO UTTER
SMASH
Everybody Is Having money. Why not
jou? If you ure nnt It Is because you
don'l  know   what yuu are missing,
IT IS THK  MOST SPECTACULAR
BARGAIN  EVENT
Vou ever attended. It'a Ihe opportunity you have looked for, bill least,
expected.- A chance to furnish your
home at the lowest prices ever record (td.
Wc Are (loirRio Hid Yon Adieu.  Prices Drop to thc Lowest  Notch.   Come Early and Avoid the Crowds.
Shop in the Morning if Possible.   Furniture Packed Free of CharRe to Out-of-Town Customers.
IN 30 YEARS' BUSINESS THIS IS THK ONLY SALE W. E. FALES
HAS EVER HELD, AND NOW HE IS GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
W. t FAIES FURNITURE KE - - OPPOSITE CARNEGIE LIBRARY
Assisted by The Ivor Smith Sales Co., of New York and Vancouver.
mam
B
Si
isr_.~3TOi.xipi FRIDAY, OCTOBER  3, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
nn
Do As Others Do, Take
WW      ,/i--,o     ,.,'in.iue        anu      l-'.(-vciltl VU      <-_      1.1.1X1     Iiu
ailments caused by defective or irregular actio:, cf l!..
organo of digestion and elimination hai been proved to bo
BEECHMfl'S P3LLS
(Tho Lamest '.
i nf Any Madk-M I*�� ths World)
If you have not tried thiu matchlei - i-rr.ily medldno, you do not krtov.'
what it means to have better digestion, sounder Bleep, brighter eyes,
i learer complexion, which como after Beecham's lilla have cleared
tho system of impurities. Try them now���and /.-now. AlwayHof tho
same excellence���in all climates ; in every season���Deecham's Pills aro
The Tried, Trusted Remedy
Prepared only hy Thomat H��-ch��m. St. Ht.MJ, l-��ncMhirc, I'.ntflanil.
__^^^^^__ji��ld_rvcryjyl^r^in_(;��n��tl�� ami X'. '.,. America. ..In bt>nts��. 2f> MBto. ...
NEW ELEMENT MAY
REPLACE RADIUM
i
South American Sand Yields Cheaoer   J
Cafer and   More  Plentiful   Cub.
stitute for Radium
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
MUSIC.
HISS 1'. JACKSON, rlANOI-'oUTK
Teacher, 'leniw moderate; (i., Blucklu
St..   I'I,eli"  SuC. (-UII6.
MUS. C. ('. ITSHKIl. TLAi.HIClt OF
pianoforte, harmony and alnolng. I'u-
piIm hi.,,*, s_iuiy prepared for examlna-
llou Iii It A M. .nnl li. i'. M. Por [eniw
apply (OS 'I liliU avenue.
11188  KM.A  c   HARDY, TEACHER OK
t'l.tnel'ii o- .   -t',   K-'iiry  St,   New   \V,-M-
mlnati r,
SINGIN3 AND VOICE PRODUCTION
COAL EIELDS POUND
INEAR NEW HAZEION
Two Yeara Exploration*!  Prove  Large
Coal Area at Oockrill Basin���G.
T. P. Bsicveo Interested
MARGARET A. 0ROVES, rt'l'll. OP
ih- late Profawor Allan Macbeth,
Principal "r lhe Qlaagow College ,.:
Music ami Profeaaoi Oromland Hint, of
ni,-. iii;,,.K-,*A Athenaeum, !�������������- tn Intimate (Iuil she will accept a few pupils
In strurina ami vol,*.- production, I'x-
tenatvo repertoire "f Mni* class khhk*,
I'm term*, .ill or will,' t��� llui Hamil
lon atreet
DANCING.
MISS   M     R1CKWOOD,   TEACHER   OK
Dancing and Calisthenics, win \|kii New
Westminster   une..  a   w<-��-lt       ('laHseH   fur
adults, v.'iit.- or apply fur particulars
.it ilower Houae, Hornby i*tr,-,-i. Vanoouver, (Ji'lTi
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
II.   J
,::...!,
a   ni'ttNETT. AunrroR   ani
lll.taal.   Tel     It.    lil.   llie,III   J,   Hall
1'. II   Hnilit. W. J. llrovee
AUDITORS A.vn ACCOUNTANTS
w.uk   undertsksn   in   city   an-l   eutaldi
polnta.   21112    Wratmlnati-r   Trunt   111,It
Phone sm     p. o. h,,i so7.
FRATERNAL.
NTKRNA'I loNAt. STEAM ANH OPER-
altliK Eniriii.-el*-. Local -4-, meeta In
Labor Temple every llrst ami thlnl
Tkuradai ������! Hi" month tl MeLaufhlln,
preMdent sv C. Saunders, secretary,
l'   0   K"X  SSI
ni:��   wem.minrte".  LODGE  no  i
fl a P o of Elka nf th' l>. of C, mee
t'ie firt��t and third ThurB'luy at 1 p. rn.
K. ot P. Hall. Eighth stre.-t. A Wall
dray. K'iulte.1 Ruler: P. II. Smith, Har
rotary.
I.. O. O M.. NO SH.���MEETS ON
flrat. a��-<-,.ni*t. third ami fourth W(.Hlnea
ilnv tn eact, mouth at I p. nt.
i��� it,,. fcfooea Home. H. J l^*,,my
dictator; P. E. Jon'Mi. secretary
ll< a.Ioi,i,i (era of lodge In S,-.- House
corner of Kourth umt Carnarvon Btre-ta
1 O fi F AMITT LODGE NO. 17���Th
mrular titf-ftlns of Amity lodn Nt
'27 I O O. P., ta held every Mond*
ntaht (it �� o'rluofc In Odd Kwllows* Hal
corner Carnarvon and ENrtith itreeti
Vlattlnrr hretharn cordially InvKe^
n. A Merrlthew. NO i 11 w. Sangster,
V. (i , W, C. Coatbam. P. (J r.���..r
h,u Been tarv * J. w. MacDonald, tlnan-
rial   s.ctetnry.
Fl NERAL   DIRECTORS.
v k PALES���Pioneer Funeral nirecto
and E'- ',aimer. *12 Sll Aanea atreet
oppoalv,   carneate Library.
l. ROWELL IStlCCEHSOR TO CBN
ter * Hanna, Ltd.)���Funeral director
and emtialmera. Parlor* .Of, Columhlf
atns't.    New   Weatmlnater.    I'hone  891
BOARD   OF  TRADE.
New Hazelton, (let. 'i. .1. A.
Beaudetto baa arrived in lown,
having completed ha eeason'p work on
Hi, coal area ui Dockrill baalo, some
Ihlrty-tlve (r forty miles from Hubert
TUia .- the Becond season he haa put
.i i*-.i!ii.n,: :he coal mi-iiKurcH there
ft t i e. purpoae i ; determining the ex-
:��� nl am! quality, lie Is now through
ftilll lln wiin and is on his wuy to
presenl   iii.n  reporl  to his principals,
it la g< nerally understood that tin*
Grand Trunk Pacific railway coin: anv
.:��� i nnected wltb these eoal fields
and la Icoklng to them for a aupply
< ( coal for the weatern end of the rail
...iv as well as for local consumption.
.'.lr. Ileaudette would not give out
aii> details of his explorations. The
net*! mi Impression is. however, that
���'������'��� i I :������ commercial quality, and in
If'cient quantity, has been opened
up te Justify ihe expenditure nt ees
iary i.i make .' a ct nstanl shipping
I * !���! S VI ial |K ��� pie have visited the
nisi'", during the summer and they
ii,   all nntbualasllc over the property
and inii.et a great future for that
dlatrlct.
Tie- Dockrill Basin is leas than a
hundred miles from New llaileton,
and hy the fine the conl is ready for
the market New Hazelton v.lll be one
i f (lie biggest h'.iyi rs tor snn Iters, etc.
lie (1   T   1'   will  in the very  near
(future construct a branch line from
Hubert,  or  n   point   near there,  Into
' tiie eoal  fields
GOT  IT IN THE N_CK
Damaged Umbrella Proved Undoing of
Hold-up Men
Auburn, net -'   '>rd aarily a broken
umbrella is of no particular value, hut
;u disabled -bower slick saved Charles
Ayres,  an employee if the  National
[Grocery company, (f Tacoma. the loss
Of �����- * when he was accosted by high
wayinili Ayres had lift his father's
heme hi Auburn about tea o'clock
when he was confronted by iwo thugs
iii i>( whom pressed a revolver against his ted) ard demanded his valuable*. The victim resisted, and with
i slashing blow drove a rib of the um
brella into tie' highwayman's neck
Tli ���  thug cried  ru'   in  pain  and  fled
His companion, apparently not realiz
i.n*: exactly what had happened, Joln-
,.d  in  i'e flk-ht,    Ayres it-turned  to
his  father's home hurriedly  nid  eh
tailed  a   revolver   lm:   was   unable   to
locate  hla assailants.    Th:. umbrella
..' :i   ��� trther wrecked, be" Ayres saved
i th,   hand! ��� as u  souvenir.
London,  Oet.   2.   Iirii f   despatches
.from Germany do not appear to have
done Justice to the new treatment ol
cancer by an element called mesothorium, whieii is oetng eagerly discussed
,n   the   German   medical   world.     Do-
'tails   now   available   prove   tha'   even
: if a cure  for cancer    has    not     be, i,
j found, at least a substitute for radium
hao been discovered    which    is   i-.
cheaper than thai costly element ai.u
also much more plsntliul, although u
j is extremely   expensive,
ll is also rater to use than radium.
Optimists assert thai un efleciu&i
' treatment lor cancer has at last been
! discovered. Even the more cautious
I do not deny that wonderful resntta
.have been achieved, but they demand
'a longer period for experiments a.*!:!
i tests.
I.'p  to  tiie  present  time  aliout  150
; cases  have  been  treated   with   uston-
I islilng   results.     After   the   treatment
and generally  wlihln  a few  days the
! outward  sign  of cancer    disappears
j tin-  pain  leaves,  while a  microscopic
examination, whin the parts affected
can  lie   reached  that  way.  generally
ihows  that   there  Is  no  trace  of tiie
diet are left
The reports of experts In one car"
under  observation   show   that   for   18
months since  treatment    there    has
been no trace of the disease and -no
sign of a relapse,    lt  is rrtely admit
ted ihat the meaolhoiium    will    no;
cure eases lhat ure very far advanced
;but even in these, i' removes the pain
and prolongs th" lite (f the  patienl
The great advantage or    mejothor
lum over radium Is iti comparatively
cheapness although the enormous sum
"f S.",ii.nnn per gran me is b< ing asked
for It.   The Prussian government re
e*'tly  paid   JST.I'im   for  a   gramme  ��� I
radium.    Public  opinion  in  Germany
<���    -os the four companies which arc
manufacturing mesothorium of exploiting   human   pain   in   order   to   obtain
'ureal   profits.     The   companies   reply
tiiat tiie eost of extracting  the  sub
sUCnce from the enormous quantit-e.
���t', -and required, aside from the cost
of iiniii rllng tlu* sand from South Am.
erica, floes not  leave the monopoly
any  profits.    However ihls  mav  be
I there Is no probability cf the tnimed
iiate cheapening by t'n producers, who
sre  now  quite  unable  te   satisfy  t'.'.*:
demands.
TEACHERG   SCARCE   ON   PRAIRIE
And no Place  to Put the
Balance of our Merchandise
H. T. LACELLE
The World's Greatest Pri;e Cutter.
HO ilil) OF I'HADE���NEW WESTMIN
sot li.,aid of Trude meeta In the been
room, ci'v Hall. ��a follows: Third Frl
dnv of each inonth: nuartecly tot'c-tlni *
on tha third Friday of February, M��?
A'o'iist and November at fi p.m. An i
nual meetings on the third Friday o
February, tl M. Stuart Wade, aecre
taiv
 - -____���___-_-____
PUBLIC    STENOGRAPHER.
SPF.CIITl'ATIONH, AGREEMENTS Of
Sale, Deeds, Hualneia Letter* etc.; clr
culur work apeelnllat. All work atrlctl}
confidential. H. Harry, room lit Weat
minster Truat Blk.   Phone 701.
Advertise in the Daily News
For nursing mothers
Na-Dru-Co Laxatives
odcr the important advantage tliat they do not disturb
the rest of the system or
affect the child.
2jc. a box at your
Druggist's.
Nalieaal Drat aad Ck.nilcal Co.
ef Caaada, LimUe*.     IV:
J. H. Todd's Music House
419 Columbia  Street,  New   Westminster.
GCRHARD HEINTZMAN AND DOMINION  PIANOS  AND 0HGAN8
VICTOR   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS.
Singer  Sewing   Machlnee.    Small  Musical Coode of all Kindt. PHONE  **-
BOILERS  Riveted Steel Pipes
BURN OIL
TANKS
Large Number of Unqualified Perrons |
Obtain Per-nitr tc Teach.
Edmonton, Oet 'i- -The (..rent
dearth ol teachers in Alberti was
brought to liRlu in tho legislature
'thrnusli qiiestletis p"t to the -government by Dr. J. ft. Stewart, member
tor Lethbridge. In reply to Dr. Stewart the minister of education announced that already this year |ier-
uiitR to teach have been Kranted to)
-ini unqualified persona. During the
whole of 1��1L' similar perm'ta issued
totalled 424. This vear those granted
permits received their education rr
follows: Seventy-nine in Alberto. 11(1
In other Canadinn provinces, 27 In the
British Isles, 103 in the l'nited States.
WORLD'S   RECORD   IN   OATO
Sc-tliern Alberta Farmer Raises 130
Eu-t'r'r to the Ar"
Calgary, dot. 2. Alfred Pelletler a
farmer in Ihe Pincher Creek dlstrlcl
has mt ii 10-acre field of oats tint li is
yielded Kill bushels to the aero, wh'di
Is a record for All-erta and co*v*i
"������v nor being n world's record, if ]
Indeed it Is not cne. When it ls re- **
inomhered Hint this result was ob-
ttlned from a farm that had none n'
���the advantages Hint experimental
:'.,-.,����� hive ct thel' dlenoaal. It :s ob-
IvIouh that with the use of preper
farming methods the lands of si*n"i-
ern Alherl" can enter the lirts against
��� all competing countries, with nu excellent chance of beitiK returned easy
j victor-:.
CHOT IN TH5! FACE
Friends  C-talk  ?ame  Birds  From  Op-
-������-�����'���>���������<  3 des   Arrid-n*.  Follows
Regina, Oct. 2.���While out shooting
Mr,  ��� ������Hh >���   Stevenson, of Kisbey,    fl
prominent hardware merchant of that
town, was acoldently shot by a friend.
The accident occurred In the evening
The two hud been together hunting
prairie chickens duriiiR thc afternoon
li't  ss dusk came on thev became s'���
paraU d, a  blutt belnc between them ,
'lhe friend noticed chickens al ght i
**.  the  lints.i  ut'.d  aimed  und  shut ni !
'uni Stevenson, iiiifortur.niely. had |
noticed the aame chickens. 11111! ap
preached the brush from the other
ildo nnobaerved hy the ether hunter.
'< Tiie shot struck Btavanaon In the face
doing great Injury to his eyea   anil,
face.
.Mr. Stcvenaon Is �� promlne.'" nnd
Bpei'OUB youiiR merchant of Kisbey '���
Through the courtesy of the Dominion Trust Co. we were
able to secure the store in the Cliff Building, at the comer
of Clarkson and Sixth Streets.
This Morning We Will Put the Balance
of the Mrs. Birtch Stock on Sale
It will be the greatest slaughter of Women's and Children's
Wear ever attempted anywhere.
 FREE	
Starting Saturday morning we will give with each purchase a ticket which
entitles the holder to a chance on the beautiful hand-made cushion. The
more purchases you make the more chances you get. Pillow on display in
our windows.   Drawing takes place Saturday morning, October Uth, 1213, at 10 a.m.
LOOK AT THE PRICES
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
O.  BOX  442
TELEPHONE   S24
THE DOMINION BANK
���-..0>.U��O..O.LS.  ^..PRSSBSNT. W. 0, M.TTHSWS. VIOS*��SS��S��T.
C. A. BOGERT, Qonersl Mirager.
Capital paid "P
R.wrv* rund ���
Total AH.lt -
$5,0001000
$0,000,000
$78,000,000
n
For Those Going Abroad
lha Travellers" Cheques, Issued by Ihe Dominion E��iik. sre
Lort-,7convenience snJ . necesM.y. TVIr undoubted v.lue snd
lell-ldentllylnc '.eatures, .risks them the Ideal cheques lor r.velllnK.
Good all Sver the vorld-cul.ed everywhere at lhelr face valu.
-and ars redeemable ouly by Ihe ordinal owner, II lost or sto.en.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH !  tt H. MATHEWSON, Mana��.r.
|ll*(   . ,      .        - 	
ami t'lii cnllri- community Bvmpatnis-
ts wllh him i�� hls misfortune.
CAIIADIANS   WOULD  AID   ULSTER
Tor.nto Mnn Says Vancouver Orangemen Arc Drilling for Etner-
gencv
Toronto, Oct. 2.-- A prominent Toronto Orangeman Btates that tnere la
n nslt'i'ralik' talk of Bending aid to
UlBtBi from Canada.
"Thrro arc 100,000 OranRompn In
Cunada now," ho Balil. "We have
about 12.00(1 In Toronto. In this City
alone last year we added 1200 new
members to our ranks, lf it oame to
the Fcrntoh Canada oould aend a respectable army lo Ireland to battle
iijiulii!<t Home ltu'e.
"Out In Vancouvrr thoy nrp talking
of orijanlrlni; a permanent drill corDs
In cnnni'etion With the Ontngo ord��r
not for the UlBtet matter alone, hut
lust te have th�� men fit and in training when tho necessity comes. We
nmy do the Bame thing In Toronto.
We hnve nothing like that now.
"Feeling Is running high on the
Home Rule issue, and If the chiBh of
arms comes In Ulster there ls not a
bit or doubt nbout It that some of the
Ulster men In the ranka of the order
on this side of tho water will hasten
home to take a hand In the fray."
Ladies' Waists and Blouses; values
to $2.00.   To go at	
Berlin. Hlderdown and Shetland
Wools;  regular 15c.    To go at..
A large selection of Corset Covers;
values to t'i.00.   To go at	
rallies' all wool Underwear; values to $2.50.   To go at	
70c Leather Soles, wool lined. They
keep the feet warm; to go at	
BOc  Children's   Leggings,  to  keep
the legs warm.   To go at 	
15c Handkerchiefs, of good    white
limnettP.    To got at	
76c Wool Toques and Caps.   To go
at   	
SOc ladles' black and tan cashmere
Hosiery.    To go at  	
Children's short Hosiery, all sizes
and colors; values to 35c. To go
at   	
J1.T5 Perrln's Gloves, all colors and
slzeB    To go at 	
95c
5c
39c
65c
25c
20c
3%c
35c
25c
10c
85c
Children's all wool Kimonas; regular price $3.00.    To go at	
Baby's muslin Dresses; sizes \_ to
2 years; values to $2.00. To go at
Children's Straw Hats, values to
$2.50.   To go at	
Silk Ribbou3, all colors and sizes;
values to COc.    To go at	
75c Ladles' Silk and Lisle Hosiery.
To go at  	
Children's School Drosses; values
to $3.00.   To go at	
Cushion Tcps for Christmas presents; values to $150. To go at..
Children's Wool Dresses; values to
$3.00.    To go at	
Ladles' Muslin Combinations of
good  make;   regular.  $3.50.    To
go at 	
Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns; regular $2.50.   To go at	
95c
69c
25c
15c
40c
95c
24c
95c
90c
79c
Lati its'   Muslin  Underskirts:    values to $5.00 To go at	
Pure Silk Cushion and Cords; reg
ular price $1.00.   To go at	
Ladies' and misses' White Dresses;
values to $15.   To go at	
Ladles' Neckwear, Jabots and Raffles; values to $1.50.   To go at..
Children's Nighties, or good mne-
lin; regular price, $1.00. To go at
Boys' and girls' Buster Suits; all
colors and sizes; regular $150.
To go at 	
Children's Wool Mittens. Regular
price to 50c.   To go at	
Ladles black and white Hosiery.
Regular pHce 50c.   To go at	
A large selection of Corset Cover*;
values to $4.50.   To go at	
I-udies' House and Street Dresses;
values to $10.00.   Togoat	
1.25
45c
2.58
10c
49c
65c
10c
15c
95c
$1.25
EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD IN TEN DAYS
No mat'ei what you want in Ladies'
and Children's Wear, We Have it.
Everything a Seeth'ng Mass of
Red Hot Bargains
MRS. A. J. BIRTCH
NOW IN THE CLIFF BUILDING
jUST AROUND THE WER FROM THE OLD STAND C08NEB SIXTH AND CLAHSM SHEETS THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEW*
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3,  1013.
Annandale
Supply Co.
TEA  AND COFFEE
SPECIALISTS.
P. O. Box 2 Phones 1 and 67
���41 Columbia St.
IridaT
l-ac-tl Fresh Eggs, per doz.556
Estftni Fre-sli Eggs, dot. -50*
��fls*.��c Butter, 14 lb boxes.S4
CackiW Butter. Ub bricks.30*
Vcmrxxrti Grapes, banket..  80*
Csaata*rri**s, 2 lbs 35*
*Ta**tj Crapes,  basket OS*
VireTi Celery,   Cauliflower
:   Ij/stttxae,  tresli  trom  the
���dull Oils morning.
Ripe Tomatoes, �� Ibs.
and
gar-
25*
Okanagan l'eaches, to arrive to-
' day, at per crate  90*
App.es Ifl all kinds at per
Imi  $1.75 and upward*
ANNANDALE
Supply Co.
STORES FOR VALUE.
Greater >Vestminster
lODAY'S PROGRAM
All  notices  of   meetings,  entertain- |
ments, sales of work,   etc.,    In    this
column  are   charged  for at the   rate |
of  lb centa  per  line.    Please do not I
ask irembers of the staff to break this
rule, as their instructions are positive.
Excellent Dance.
Circle  F  Hockey    club    al     Fraser
Mills enjoyed  un excellent dance    at,
iin- club house lasl evening, a goodly ;
number of Nn,   Westminster people
waking the trip.
For all building supplies and fuel
oil apply to the 11. C. Transport Co.,
Lid., 506 Wesiminster Trust building.
Office phone *-'iti, wharf phone 8X0.
r-K.si
Funeral Today.
Tlie Interment or the body of the
unknown woman who was found dead
at an hotel in Ihe city on Sunday last
will take placo today from Murchie's
mdf rtaking establishment.
THK MAN WHO INVESTS IN FIRST
MORTGAGES HAS
NO FEAR OF
TIGHT   MONEY
Nor is he worried
with the fluctuations of
thc stock market nor
real estate depressions.
He goes right along
with his work without
worry.
We have placed millions on mortgages for
investors and they have
never lost one cent of
principal or interest and
they have made money,
too, because money at 8
per cent, doubles itself
in about 8 years.
We are thoroughly
equipped to relieve you
���of all bother regarding
it We will secure the
mortgage, look after all
colIt-Otions, etc., for a
verv small percentage.
Call in and let us tell
you more about our
Declaration of Trust
plan.
For plumbing, heating aad sheet
metal work consult Merrlthew & Ram-
say, Klghth and Carnarvon streets.
Fhoue 5SS. (21481
Making Progress.
Tiv hii'tdtn* nf ihe l'ort Moodv
recrcalion ball proceeds apace. The
cement foundations are all but finish
���-d and after that the construction of
the hall will be pushed ahead with
ail alertty.
Bargain Day Offer.
, The News will accept subscriptions
from out-of-town subscribers receiving
papers by mail, at the rate of $2.on per
year cash in advance. This bargain
day offer holds good during fair week
only.
Have you visited Russell's Westminster Auction House yet'.' If not, why
"ot ? You can buy a brass bed. spring
and Resi mcre mattress, absolutely
new. for S22���rni. This price is only
loou until Saturday night. King's
ii.ul block, Columb'a street.     (2160)
Fair Pleased Him.
T. I!. Gregg of Toronto, was the
guest of Alderm:ni Kellington at the
fair yesterday, He expressed himself
well pleased with the exhibits, especially several of the fruit entries,
which he states were even better than
those shown at the Canadian exhibition at Toronto.
Tcday���Children's  Day.
li a.ni.   Orounda open to tbe public.
.  a.m.   -Children's sports (for particulars see special programme.)
10 a.m.   Hand concert on Columbia
slreet.
11 a.in.   Bpeclal acbool  spoils on
oval
l.;tu p.m. (Irand op"ii air band concert.
2 p.m. Vaudeville in fronl of grand
I Btand,
2  p.m.    Special    school    children's
championship races,
i    _ p.m.- Junior school teams lacrOBBS
match.    City   championship   medaia
presented by Joseph l_aliy. esq,
| Evening Performances
1    "..",0 p.m. -(-iand  electrical  display.
S p.m.-Horse show In Arena liuild
1 ing.
!    H p.m.    Hand concerts in industrial
and Agricultural buildings.
R p.m. -Continuous performances on
Sockeye run.
Horse Chow Prorram.
8:00���-Shetland pony, under raddle,
not exceeding 46 Inches in height
8:15���Single pony in harness, 13 to
14.1 hands.
8:30��� Jumping class.
8:45--Saddle pony, 12 to 14.1 hands.
9:00���-Pair Shetland ponies.
9:15���Combination saddle and harness horse.
9:30-Shetland pony. In harness,
not exceeding 46 inches.
9:40���Most accomplished coachman,
wiih pair.
9:60���Flve-gaited saddle home.
10:00���Pair for park use.
10:15���Best heavy draught stall'on.
10:30���Harness tandem, 13 to 14.2
hands high.
! wife, Vancouver; W. R. Klliot, Van-;
ciuver; Mrs. Mclntyre, Vancouver; J, I
I tgace, Vancouver; Mra. A. J. Benny, !
Last Colllngwood; Miss H. II. Travail,
Kast Colllngwood. The following peo- j
pli* came from Vancouver yesterday In
LiU.ee   of   Kelly,   Oouglas   company's;
|tmeses:  c. LoMessurler, ll. Reid, C.
' ..IcMInn, M. Taylor. M. Whit". J. I.e w *��.
O. Dndey, A. Munn,    A.    Adams.    L.I
James,    11.    Weyborancb,      It.    Rose-
woitliy.  K.  Snelder,  H.   Holland.     Mi
Campbell. T. Campbell;  Davidson Rei
Campbell;  Mr. and  Mrs. 1). P, McCal j
lum, Vancouver;  John  11. Butler, Vic
torla; J. D, Hohden, Vancouver;  It. (1 I
Williams, Vancouver Heights; B, Mc
Callan,   Eburne;    Mrs.   P, Kennedy,
Vancouver; A. J. K. Caddln, Vancou
ver; A. Mel). Caddins, Vancouver; W.
J. Fry, Kdmonds; A. (.rossan, Vio j
torla; M. Callander. California; It
Cullender, Ashcroft; Mis:, s, Robert
son. California; Alien MaVwood, vie-;
torlai W. Manson, .ir., Prince Rupert
Johnscn Signs for 1914. :j
Washington, Oct. 2.��� Waller John-
.,cn. ,-ho is leading all pitchers In tho i
major leagues, today Bigm .1 " con i
tract wllh Manager (Jrifli'.h. of the
Washington team, for the 1914 sea- j
sou. Tho salary was not announced, ]
but ii Ib understood to be J12.500.
aCave-Brownc-C&ve
by
>ocia
1 and Persona
l
SADIE FRASER
Mus. Bac.
CinQing.  Piano,  Theory. I
Kor Terms and Houri Apply at
Studio, 1011   Hamilton  Street.    Phone
1319 R. (1977)
Not Dannerous Fire.
Unusual concern vvas shown
citizen.-*, over the l-ri*," volume ni
smoke which wns seen over the hill
on the Surrey side of the river. Ac-
qcrdlng to late reports the flames did
little damage, merely burning up
dash'il ar"'.is back of Tlmberland or
[the B. C. B. It. Fraser valley line.
Notice Given.
Notice lias been given to the crown
thai an application vvill be made to the
Honorable Justice Clement in chain
hers for the release r,f the prisoner
H. (Itiiseppi, convicted at Mission for
3 breach of the liquor act and sent
enced to six months hard labor. W.
Norman Bole. K.C. will act for the
it'crney general and Mr. Odell, Vanoouver, for the applicant.
Money to loan on first mortgages.
Improved ci'y and farm property
9 per cent. Alfred W. Mcl.eod.    121591
None There Now.
A noticeable absence of get-rich
rimes was apparent 'o the visitor at
tiie fair yesterday, following the raid
nulled c(T by the local police on the
day previous, Several eases came up
in court yesterday morning but were
remanded until Saturday morning at
the request of the police chief. A dozen
or fifteen case*? an' on tap this morning, thes" being of the garden drunk
variety, several Indians being
up on the blotter.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave vvill be a',
home on uctober io, when her mother
and sister, recently arrived (rom Kng
land, will receive with lur.
Editor Hates, of the Kraser Valley
Record, and V.\> chief assistant, Michael Grant, wen in the city last evening, having arrived to take In the provincial fair.
At the Russell���B, A. Weir, R. J
White, Calgary, ���'��� O. ami .ur*.. Kay
R. Iirown, Ladner; .irs. Hen, West
ham island; S. H. Cogahall, I'. \V,
Schubert, (ieorge W. Beluiout, ���ri.-imIv.
K. Parnsby, DArcy U. Macdonald
hope; K. j. Bishop, Geo. Roger-, Ueo
Sanker, J, C.  Ready,  Victor,a;   T. A
i l.air.ti.  illi.   WllldS.   .1.   Iv   .in-;,.111!.   \V
('.  Holly, ll. K   Williams, R. A. Mai
Alihur, J. II. and Mrs. Bentlncs   ...t.i t
Poeetle,   Vancouver;   Hon. G. J,   bold    Day SCSS10I1S the ClUirC VC.tr
rick, Si>
MISS A. MILL
DRESSMAKING
I Fancy and Evening Dresses
a Specialty.
Room 14, Smith Block.
THE M0i)ERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
slon;
mixed   Jas.
si/,;
( hlmney sweeping.
telephone *^71 II.
(-170)
Tho
Dominion Trust
Company.
New Westminster
Branch.
The Perpetual Trustee.
C. S. KEITH. Manager.
-1 Per Cent, on Deposits.
Offi****: Vancouver, Victoria.
Keo W-OBtmlnster, Nanaimo,
Calvary, -Winnipeg, Montreal,
Chartatintown, London, Kng.,
Uni *xr*t*fi, Belgium.
Fame Goes  Far.
:e   of   a   .New    Westminster
fancier  reaches  far   when  J   .1.
I Jackson, of this city, yesterday ship-
ped to  Hr.   R.   F,   I'ettit,  of Alhourlc-
i',".'. New  Mexico, two prize champion
collie  dogs   which  have  been  taking
lii" leading prizes at the dog shows
| of  North   Vancouver, Vancouver    and
I Victoria during the past two seasons.
These -ninnis are Seedley Smile and
Seedley Sherloclc   I.nst year Mr. .lack-
Is ni srld tr. Hie same person In New
i Mexico another champion dog, Sedley
gjSouBle. which frcm latest reports has
' been cleaning up prizes at the eastern
shows.    Mr, Jackson intends to retire
from   Hir'   garde   tor   the   uev     two
y.'a*.*'*.  and  thus  giv-  the  other  fan-
.'i<Ts a  chance at  the  prizes.
I McLean,
Kelowna
Insure with Alfred VV, Mcl.eod. the
Insurance man. All kinds written.
Hundreds nf millions to pay lossea.
(2168)
���^**ts*s**^*s*t*sa
CURTIS
REXALL
DRUG
STORE
.. f or ..
PHOTO
GOODS
SPECS
CITY
Notice   -lie a peer of good taste and
?et your barberlug done at  the Hub
Barber  shop   Dominion   Trust   hlock
I vinie cleanliness and good workman-
I thlp 1-   i specialty.   A new artist hfl
I been added to the staff.   Give   us   a
trial.   Satisfaction guaranteed.   ,T, ii
Hon, proprietor, (_ir>l>i
Three Fires.
Throe  culls all  within    the    short.
-;,*]'���(���  !'r  three hours,  were  answered
'Iby ih�� local rire departmenl Yesterday
' ifternoon, The first occurred at noon
: 'iien a roof fire was discovered In
th" house "f I! Mnorhead on Tenth
���"i-'iiie. The i-tiff breeze was aiding
the flames until the firemen arrived.
Little damage wns done. The second
"���ill came from near the plant nf the
Imnerinl Oll planl at the foot of Kings-
>'*!������. whore ' sawdust pile caught flre
and g.'V'* the firemen some Irmibie
hefore it "/an extinguished. Still a
third call came In around Hire"
o'clock, whin n sld own Ik nnd fence sl
the Interaction of the R, C. R, It
tr,""ks end (eleventh streel was found
in 1"' ahlazo. Little damage wna done
in all three cases.
,')''
tbe
.in
Hun,!!, | tU'
expected tli
out. nl .'! p.m. toil;
Kngland cemetery,
dertal.iug parlors.
OBITUARY.
v Bumaby on
ith tnok place
cl', nv .1  76  v i
Interim nt
W< dni-siliv
uf Charles
ears. It li
il h" carried
y :il lhe Church Of
from Murchie's un
.l. ii. vv llklnson, i lu
i ago; W, !���'��� Stevens, Edmonton; Ueo,
K. Hayes. Abbotsford; t . K. and Mrs
llryant. Natiauno; H. T. Denison.
Kamloops; K. C. Smith. Montreal;
Brick Kunsh, C. V, MacKenzie, Hoi i
Kellf; 1'raiiK W. i'wiss, G. I,. Davis
Toronto; A. M. Jarvis. London; J. 1).
-laci.ean, Greenwood; D. Uiley, Kam
loops; \v. N. and Mrs. Stringer and
cnild; Mrs. C. II. items; >irs. Ur.
Rutherford; A. B. Campbell; J. 0. A.
and Mrs. Brlgnell; C. Jl. Ferguson.
U the Windsor -A. (1. Griffiths,
Halls Prairie; (ji C. Carter, John Allan, w. a. Stringer, W. J. Laughltn,
Henry Nixon, F. G. and Mrs. Charles-
���voi'iii; c. Wilson, Vancouver; C. ...
Fitzgerald. Ferndale; C, Kettles, J. I',
lamtron, A. v. Sproat, Miss Berney,
.adner; C,. 1'erkras. S. McClean, H. A.
MacQueen, D, Llntoey, Hlaine; L. ii.
Ingram. Coiiuitlam. II. aud Mrs.
Knight, Andrew and Mrs. Pollock;
II. Hardy, Thomas liazelev. Ague-
M. Blair, (i-emanins: 11. c. lien
son, Clayburn; Oscar Kaman, Wales,
Ont.; Mrs. A. I'att.i-rson, Pitt Lake;
Jehu Spudding! S. T Shiniing, P.
Rail". C. Sailer. I'.v-erson: Wm. Wilier-
ton;  W. McQratb.
Among those wbo registered at The
News booth yesterday were: Mr?
.1. Rowland. Hamilton, Ont.; Mins M.
Toronto; .'am,', P. Blackie
P.c.; J. ECeefer, Vancouver;
W. .1. elements, Vancouver, ringmaster
at the horse show; Miss 1.. It, James
Vancouver: Miss M. Campbell, Van
couver; Mrs. (Ieorge Jones. Victoria;
Mrs. ('apt. Ersklne, Eburne; W
Kadey, Okotoks, Alta.. Isabella Oils
holm. Sydney. .VS.: Edith Macktnnon
Sydney, N.w : Jennie Steeves, Mode
ton. N.l;.. T. I. sw'ti'iien \'i'ir��� ���
vr; T. W. Ormrod, Langlev Fori   vp-
and Mis. (len. Ferguson. South Wesl
t.inster; T. il. Satis, Sontfi Westm'n
minster. Mr. and Mrs, 'I' II s*iil��
South Westminster: Mrs Oeo item
ble, Jubilee, Central Pari.. Oeorg
Vorton. Murrayvltle; Mrs .i p Heed
v ancouver; MIbs .1 Stone, Son'1'
Westminster; Mrs c. it. Clav. South
'V'estminster; Mrs. Henry V"lin sr
Seattle; Miss a. Volkmar, Seattle:
Geoige Adama  Claresholm.  Mra ;  w
It     .'i.nni'k.   Notch    Hill.      Uf  ;       Mrs
David Kerr, Chllllwack;  Mrs, Jcnenl
Cih-Mi. Pilt    Lake:     Mrs.    Henry   ".'
s.niii.. Abbotsford, staving "itli M-
B'ld Mrs, ISugene Meade; Mra, H <',
lii'.;* Kelownn: Mrs. (I T B'l'ntl
ISe.i'.'.li'; Miss Mari'irve Klliott. Kel
cwna'i D, w. Turnbull, Huntingdon:
Irene Hastam, DuhPn, Ireland: Ilenrv
|A. Mi.sto, Vancouver; p, Martin, N'erth
Vancouver; Mrs. Marion I tm, rev. Van-
ccuver; Mrs. (ieorge Robion, 8o"th
Vancouver; Mrs. A. R, Bnshell. Kd
In on ton; Mrs. James Mct.m" n*it\ iii"-
Murjorle, Edmonton;  Mrs, '���'  no  "
Winnipeg; Mr -md Mrs lev: Ilu*-1'
hV, E'erson. Wash, staving " ;"i "
i.t. Ayling; Dr. and Mrs p p Pa,tt��-r
'son, Vancouver; M'-" V. Ilortnn, H--
'dis. staying at :127 Third street: NTr
innd Mm. .! M. Pntt'lllo Vancouvi -: T
p.cllugh. Cloverdnlo; Mrs, j. Mel''-'
Cloverdale: Abraham ("' ���������������  c  n
mil'font    M'-s,   ('.   11.  IHU Tout    M'��-
!*���   M    HIM Toiti.  Abbotsford:   ��'    M
I ,""i.v   Sullivan:      Mrs      ��    Hollcate
,i'iii8, North Vancouver; Miss Collins
F'dmnnds: Mrs. Toombs, Venconver;
���A. E. Oreen, Vancouver;   Mrs. I.. I,.
;Wier.s.    Central     Park'     Mr"      M.   ,T,
Coburn. Colllngwood;  Rubv Kirkland
Hazel iiutoiiersen. Maud" Hutcherson,
v'elleati *���* Whiteside, in-    nnd    Mrs |
( Iterwell.     I.adner:     Miss     15s tei In i
Pi' liter.   Craser    Mills;     Miss    Lynn
Campbell, Praser Mills; Vera iirough i
ph. Toronto; J. Edward   Soars   and'
A.  I.
Phone 853.
BOUCK,   Principal.
610 Columb,a
A 5, XO, and
25 Cent Store
Means Economy in Purchase of Small Wares
You will be surprised at the
purchasing power ot ���->. 10, IS, -'"
and 'jr. cents In tills store of
large asBortmenl of useful and
necessary everyday household
articles.    We stock no luxuries.
We invite your Inspection of
our stock of Enametwaro, Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,
Chinaware, miscellaneous Kitchen Utensils, Notions, Embrold
cries. Luces. Itlhl tins. Kmhroiil
Towels, Shelf Oil Cloth. Shelf
Paper, miscellaneous Dry Goods,
Notions. Jewelry
Stationery, School Supplies, Toilet Goods,
Etc.
v,'e rei rr '* ������' i landlt s. We si 11
Toys and Dolla
Necessary Lux'iries for
the Hoys and (Jirls.
We are adding now lines to out
slock   weekly.      Something   tl'W
all the time.   Take advantage of
your visit to the exhibition to
call at the store that studies
economy for you
Wc are located at IS
Sixth Street. "The new
retail business street."
Wfest's 3.10 and 2Sc Store
McAllisters Limited
Special Valups for Exhibition Week in Every Department
New Arrivals in Coatings and Suitings
This embodies Fashion's latest materials; some effective color combinations; a few exclusive coat
leiiKths, 4 yards long and 56 Incites wide; in effects
of gray, I lye, cardinal ami emerald, with hlack. Coat
length for  $11.50
Another splendid cloth is a rough finished coatlllK,
in  mixed  shades;   In  tan  and    gray    shades       l'er
yard    S2.50
Suit Inn cloths that are made from finest selected
wools; In tweed effeits, with superior finish; 58
Inches wide; browns, grays, etc.   l'er yard at Sl-75
Imitation diagonal tweed Is a material that Is ser
viceable In wear and very smart in appearance; BO
Inches wide.    Por yard $1.00
A choice assortment of new tweeds and cloths of exceptional value; ln shades or navy, browns, grays,
Copenhagen and some beautiful mixed effects. All
on sule, per yard   75*
Our Men's Furnishing Department.
FOIt   EXHIBITION   WEEK.
Men'B new Italucoats; Currle's guaranteed make;
light weight.   Special values at S10.00
and  512.50
Men's Sweater Coats: In a large range of new colors
and combinations; ever" slsa and shapo to choose
from. Priced at $1.50, *2.25, ��2.75, $3.75, $5.00 and
$6.75.
Men's Heavy Itili All Wool Underwear; a fully satisfactory  and   guaranteed  garment;   in  every  Bite,
Special values at, per garment 51.50
Hoys' Jerseys and Sweaters; In a big assortment;
Jerseys with snap collars; Sweater Coats with und
without roll collars; all the new combination shades
und In every tit*.    Prices from 65���
to 52.25
A tsood cashmere sock al 'ibe a pair. This Is a great
value. In fact, the bei t sock we know of for 2Gc a
pair In the trade today. Por satisfaction, fit and
comfort It cannot he eiiualled. Our special, per
pair at  25<
Mrs.
and Missv
L.R.A.M..  A.n.C.M.
MEMBERS OF THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
I    Lessons in Pianoforte, Violin, Singing,  Voice.    Production,    Theory     (in
icluss or privately), Harmony. Counter- ,\
point. Musical Torm nnd History.
Pupils prepared   for   th"   examina-
Itions of the Associated Hoard of   the
Hoyal  Academy  of   Music and  Uoyal
College of Music.    Also    Professional,
I Diplomas, Teacher or Performer.
For  terms,  et-.   apply   fit   DufTerin
Street.   Phone 411 R. (2187)
Special Prices from Our Ladies' Ready to Wear Department
NEW SHIPMENT OF LADIES' RAINCOATS OF
THE BETTER KIND, AT $12.50 to $20.00.
Just opened up. a new Reason's range of mannish
Rain coats for women. Thet,e are all made from the
hest guaranteed materials;; cut and finished In the
loose slip-on shapes, por Reneral usefulness, as a
fall garment, nothing can equal these coats; sizes
to  lit  everyone.    Special   values  from  512.50  '"'
520.00
A BIC  RANGE OF  NEW  FALL COATS
FOR   CHILDREN.
The new coat.; for children and misses are ali here,
in a bright i.rray cf pretty .'hades and styles. Just
the coats yen are thinking of for this fail. They
come In shapes to .-nil  eviry age;  all made ln  ihe
newest materials.   Specially priced from 	
     S2.75 to SH.50
A CIG SALE OF LADIES' NEW
FALL COAT8 AT $15.00.
Special for exhibition week, we arc giving extra
special values In Ladles' new fall coats. Wo have
gathered from our blK stock a larne selection of
coats to choose from, embracing all the new cloiis,
In tweeds, coatings, curl cloths, etc. There are nit-
nn to fit all, and many extra values will be found
in this assortment. The styleH Include smart effects for walking and good loose wrap coatB for
driving, etc ; all suitably trimmed. Kor thl�� exhibition week sale you can select any coat In this
range for    515.00
SMART TAILORED 8KIRTS.
Smart Tailored Skirts for women; In a range of
new styles; In tailored skirts; made In new tweeds;
gray, navy and black tailor's serges; all si/.ea; perfect Fh:ipe and fit.    Specially priced from 55.SO '"
50.00
Extra Values in the Furniture Depatment for This Week
A $10.50 BEDSTEAD.  COMPLETE,  FOR $7.95.
our Furniture Department, this Exhibition Week.
This Is a very special price iiiducetin nt  to buy In
ret consists of n rtrong white enamel her] with brass ornaments, strong, serviceable spring, with
cotton top mattress. Vou have ihe choice nf nil sizes at the same price; regular $10.50 bedstead.
for	
Night session Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings.
Individual instruction in Shorthand
Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping
Arithmetic. Spelling. Penmanship and
allied subjects by specialists ut either
session.
ENROLL NOW.
THE MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Tills
a   good
complete
57.05
$17.50 DRESSER  AND STAND FOR $12.50.
A full size golden oak finish dresser and  stand:  drearer  with  Inrge mirror and  two  large and  two Bmall
drawers.   This is a very e-.tra  value nnd well worth $17.60. a set.    Kor Exhibition Week you can purchase
this set of dreaser and stand, complete, for 512.50
$12.50 CHIFFONIERE FOR $8.50.
A full size golden oak chlffonlero, with large mirror.   This is standard $12,60 value    Special fnr Exhibition
uv"k al 58.50
ODD PARLOR  CHAIRS.
A few odd parlor chairs will be offered at special  clearance  prices  during  Ihls  week:   all  wltb   good   silk
upholstering; each oue a real bargain.    Triced, eich, from 57.50
$11.50 MORRIS CHAIRS FOR S9.95.
Cosy, comfortable Morris chairs, with big loose  :;rc"-|  vi lour cushions;   big  roomv chairs:   regular  $11.!>n
valnes,    Kach for          |a ae
VERY SPECIAL PRICES ON  ALL HIGH  GRADE FURNITURE  FORTHE EXHIBITION WEEK'S SELLING
McAllisters Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
g��H_IZSa_��2SS3SI3
FAIR SPECIALS.
Large Itip-e Pears, i lbs 25c
Choice Bnow ApplrR, per box 52.50
Three  lbs  25c
Fancy Creamery Ilutter, :i Ihs 51.00
I'.*. !i Eggs, p. r doz 40c *o S0c
Steelhead and Red Spring Salmon,
i"r "���   *  15e
Smoked Halibut and Salmon, Kippers,
1'iii.iii [laddie, etc.
W. J. R Ll S E
(Successor to Ayling & Swain.)
Ul Columbia St. Phone 98.
:.  H.   [HJt.Kl_.lN.
Pres  tad ir��ai   Mgr.
UKAHI'riLKB,
Vice-President,
W. F. H. BUCKUN,
Bee. *jsx\ Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 877.
VICTORIAN ORDER  OF   NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence Y. \v.
MATEHNITV
MEDICAL CASES ATTENDED.
('. A.        I'hone 1324,
SURGICAL  AND
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
$
W\*m\   UY
IflK URNS
mi* KEF
-mid���
S53B NJOY
mm   EATING
********   VERY DAY.
-J 709 Columbia St.
Westminster Tni-t Bid*.
P. Burns & Co. Lid.
Palnce  Market,  Columbia   St.,  Phonei
1200,   1201,   1202.
Sappsrton   Market,   Phone   1204.
Eighth   St.  Market,  Phone   1205.
lEdmontla   Market,  Phone   L383.
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Get our Prices on Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Rotary
Cut Fir Veneer Panels.
Delivered on the Job.
Fnn'iire about our special stockes. they are money savers.	
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS''
(CANAOIAN WE8TERN LUMBER CO., LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
Short Term Loans
WK HAVE CLIENTS WHO WILL MAKE SHORT
TERM LOANS EOR A PERIOD NOT EXCEEDING
ONE YEAR ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY OR PURCHASE AGREEMENTS OE SALE.   APPLY
F. J. HART  & CO., LTD.
Established 1B91.
W�� write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers'
Marine Insurance.
Liability,  Automobile  and
New Westminster Fair
SEPT. 30-OCT 4.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS AT REDUCED RATES
FROM AULmiNTSj)N FRASER VALLEY LINE
TJurinv; thc week of the New Westminster An-
nual Fair a special round trip rate of single fare and
a third will lie offered from all points on the Fraser
Valley line to New'Westminster. Tickets good for
return passage until October 6,
FIVE TRAINS DAILY IN EACH DIRECTION.
BRI1ISH COLUMBIA llf JIM U\\M\ COMPANY
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