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Nsws Clannlfled Ads,
Havn  proven  tlieir worth by the
results   they    produce.     They   nil
large    or   small    wants   at   ems' .--
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VOLUME 8, NUMBER 175.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C , THURSDAY   MORNING,   OCTOBER   2,   1913.
fOREIGNERS TO    [DRAWS STILL      [BOARD AWARDS      TWO OPINIONS
BE PROTECTED1   LARGER CROWDS       m mm      WORTHWHILE
    I Port Coquitlim Trustees Give Work to 	
Citizens of Piedras Negras Horse Show Finds Further;    a. l. Utsm blowing Re��n,
Fair Foolishisms
to Have Consideration
Afforded Them.
Hns   Have Been   Msde to  Dynamite
City  If Constitutionalists Are
Victorious.
Favor With People of
Province.
Arena    Filled���Punterj    Feature
Last Night's Show���One Protest  Made.
ot
Trouble.
port Coquitlam, Oet. I At a special
Imeeting bald Ihls evening the school
j board awarded the contract for the
'new James Park school to A. L. Lar-
|sen. a   local  contractor,  whose tendei
I figure   wa��   $ii,M7.     Mr.   Larson's
tender wan not the lowest one
I received, but the loweet of all tctideri-i
Mibimtieil by local contracting firms.
I Tiie lowest tender was submitted by
"New Westminster ought   to   feel
! proud of Itself in iitaglng such an exhibition an this of 1918."   This remark
icame from J. .1 Miller, president of
the Vancouver exhibition, who, with
hla wife and Mrs. Agasslz of Australia
were the guests of President C. A.
Welsh and Mrs, Welch yesterday.
"It   Is  a   fine  uliow   from atari    to
[ finish." Mr. Miller Informed Tlle NewB
laet evening, while attending the horse
! show.
the  exhibit   of   bricks,  cement,    pipe,
"One thing I am Impressed with  in
lumber, dressed and manufactured; all
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NO U. S. TROOPJ
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The bona show is the one best bat
of the annual   exhibition.   Gradually
| but  surely  the  people of   New   Wesi- closed with the tender
I minster and vicinity are beginning to]   The Coqultlam   Construction
Davis ni Baunders, their figure being    , ..,        , , ,     ._,_.__,
110,400,   bul   this   was thrown  ou.  bp. !��' this explaining the Industrial posl
cause a certified cheque was not an
rum-
Washington, Oct 1,   Orders
that uo American troops he
Bent  into  Mexican  territory  nt
Piedras Negras without specific
instructions from Washington
wenl from tbe war department
today to General Hllss, commanding tlie United Btates
border forces.
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I'I.'dras Negras, Mex., Oct 1. The
City of I'iedras Negras will not be destroyed atld every protection will he
afforded Americans and olher foreigners In any hostilities that may arise
between the Constitutionalists and the
l-'ei" -nil armies Thla assurance was
glvei American military authorltes
late toduy by a repreicntatlva of General -I'-siis I'arranza, Constitutionalist
commander, following vigorous pro-
teata  made bj   the state department
through    I'   S   Consul  Miocker.
II had been reported that the evacuation of tlle olty by the Const it ul ion -
alisis. plans had been made to dynamite the town to prevent anything of
value falling into the hands of ihe
li'iler.-ils    In   c;ise   their   advance   waa
not checked by tho momentarily expected engagement south of hen-
; realize Just what value tliere Is in
attending such Interesting sessions us
are taking place nightly in the big
amphitheatre at Queens park and last
night's attendance was better than
i v. r, the enthusiasm was more apparent, the band concert was great, while
the entries could not be bettered   In
Weatern Canada.
One fi atun- of last night's card was
the snappy way In wblcb everything
'was carried oul  io tbe minute,    the
judges making their decisions with    a
prcclseneei   wlilch   brought  out  favor
able comment from the audience.
Arena Filled.
Lasl  evening   practically  every   box
i'u   the   building   was  occupied   while
the  reserved  seats and also those in
thc tear were well taken iip.
It was only natural ihat the lady
Iriders should create chj.'f interest in
ithe card, especially In tin- ladies'
��� hunters, when no less than nine en-
; tries were sent in the ring.
Many were in the building perhaps
; who had never seen such horsewomen
��� as   these   lady   riders,   rac'ng  towards
: bars  at   full   neck   spaed  and clearing
them, while the crowd held Its breath
itlon of the province.    Next year I am
I going to work for such an exhibit as
this at Vancouver.
Then, again, you beat us every way
pany who were awarded the original l��� r(.,-ari]K wpather .not that I am klck-
COntract    for    the    new  school,    hut i i,.tr at such as we have enjoyed today,
^^^^^^^^^^^ It  Is  my  earnest  wish  that such
submitted the figure ���w*n continue for the rest of tbe week.
The district exhibits are also splendid, although the fruit might have been
bettered. Taken all around, the show
* this vear Is the hest ever without any
(exaggeration, and I congratulate Pres-
i Id en I Welsh and his confreres on their
i worR."
What Brice Wright Says.
Brlea Wright, of Calgary, who is
j Induing the heavyweight horses, was
verv (t.thiislastie over the fair. "The
more I come out to the coast th" bet-
iir I like it and mv work of judging'
during the past  inonth at Vancouver.!
,  ' Vlctor'-i.  New   Westminster    end    at
jf*>irs   through   the   Kraser   valley   has
Rounds Up Alleged Confidence Men In {given  nie s  grand chance to see Just
! what  farmit'��r  really  Is out here and
Chort Order���A-iear In  Police       , the oosBlhllltles of same.
"The New  Westminster fair Is lm-
t nrovlng every  year and is always    a
source  of  pleasure   for  me   to  attend
and   TKi assist ln the iudginp.    As for the
who, horse show*  building, it ts without    a
fine - doubt the finest in the wobi snd the
���lass of animals averages weTI up to
he standard ��een at other fairs, even
waived all  rights to It on account of' tor
the trouble cause    	
of (18,073._1 on T. H. Bamforth h
plans on which the latest tender*
were called The highest of all figures
was that of $14.HT*; submitted by Chas.
Davis, a local man.
CLEVER WORK BY
DETECTIVE BURROWS'
Touring around among the grooms
Corning! tin- horse shun* building Ib a
pastime as Interesting as it is instructive. The broad conversation you
year In thai neighborhood takes you
hi ��� i In fancy to the old days, the days
of die border forays, along a boot the
time, y'ken, when Bonny Hob Hoy
UBed to leave huinc I' tli' morn wi a
rope an' come back i' th' gloamln wl
a koo or twa.
', cb, decidedly, the
atmosphere among the
groomi Ib distinctly
Bcotah and critical���
listen to this for a
sample:
"Hi Jock, mon, did
y' ever ken the like o'
that Judge body ? The
dalgont kittle kattle
luigis held a' him isna'
guld   enough     for   a
 parrltch   pot;   gangln'
| an' glein' th' first prize to a bat-lugged
| camel-backed
NEW YORK SUFfERS
GREAT LOSS
Cloudburst Hampers Traffic and Floods Streets
of City.
Two  Persons Killed  and  Several  Injured���Sewer Caved in on Four
Workmen.
N'ew York, Oct. 1.���A rainstorm that
reached almoat cloudburst proportions
descended   on New York   this   afternoon, establishing a record precipitation  that flooded    streets,    hampered
, surface   and  elevated   traffic   in   city
runt like yon ye could |ttnd suburjs for several    hours   and
buy at a roop for a pair o' bawbees." (caused properly Iobs that can scarcely
There's certainly some Scotch about | be estimated tonight.
Two person- were killed and several
ENCE YET
Dean Not Connected With
Robbery on Third Day
of Trial.
Chinese   Janitor Tells   How Ha Wae
Bound In Basement of Bank Building���Macnamara In Court
those grooms.
Mary had a little lamb;
She took it to the fair.
The. lamb it didn't get a prize
Beoause It wasn't there.
fully, but this was her firBt attendance
at a horse show
Court Today.
One Rwoop by the local police
���everal alleged confidence men,
are aa'd to have been reaping a
bar., sl  of   dollars  from   easy   marks
at the fair grounds, found themselves
injured.    Fojr  men  were  burled    In
a sewer cav-=--ln, but    were    rescued.
Lightning flayed above the city and
struck an elevated  train and several
'buildings, setting tires which the   de-
���[���      lug'     extinguished.    Incoming    trains
She was an excellent tennis player jfrorn   al!  ,.j.-ections   were  delayed   as
and cuuld paddle a canoe most grace- cutg   an(j   turlnels   resembled   rivers
within canyons.
Within  the city  the traffic conges-
"Are you    a good    Judge    of hor3e  t,on   wa9 such  ,llal the  resource8 of
flesh ?"    asked one of her friends.      Ithe transit companies and the ability
never'   - ^^^m
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MAY SIT SATURDAY.
"Oh,   1   should    bay  noL
lasted any In all my life."
1
;:=       An ominous remark by   the ���'.'*
'.';���   Honorable Justice Clement   In tt
;;=   the   assize,    court    yesterday tt
���if   morning    indicated    that    the tt
*::=   trial of Charlea Dean ls expect- t-
eA to last over tbe week.    His C-
"*���   lordship     asked       the     Jury ���'.'.'
tt   whether they considered a Sat- tt
tt   urday's sitting advisable and to tt
let him know. -.?
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The third day'B evidence In the
trial of Charles Dean for the Bank of
Montreal robbery concluded yesterday
evening and there is still no direct
evidence  connecting   Dean   wtth   the
He had been spending most of   the If
iof the police to handle the crowds I burglary. Chung Hong, the Chines*
|were severely taxed. Brooklyn bridge i janitor, who alleges that he was blind-
saw the greatest traffic rush In its folded, but not gagged, was taken, but
history'. It was late tonight before he could gtve no description of the
afternoon out among the stock pane transportation officials announced re- men except that two were tall and one
and  he   had   dropped  tn  at  the  babv |8umplloll of normai tramc. i short
show by way of getting a change, but j\ieTe. was little wind here, but 1? the course of the day's proceed-
while his body wai among the young-1 along the N'ew Jersey coast there was | lags Donald Ferguson, the teamsl�� ���
stem, his mind still lingered down \ a -..J^, blowing 50 miles an hour. Ralnlwho Identified Macnamara as one of
around the stalls. . V .     Ig-velled the Passaic river nearly to Its \the men who 8tole T- J   Trapp's an-
A   Vancouver lady.    Miss    Mrl-can. i bi bind the bars In the city bastlle last |th"i>ch   the   show   la   only   two   years
^^^^^^^^^^^^ captured   the   blue  ribbon,  taking   all
U   thV��comm Miles Uo"ti     to   Consul| f""r lumps mounted on ajlno^appear-
llleri;'"- and the military authorities
c,en,-ral Carrcnxa expressed the hope
that nettling would occur to warrant
tne K' leriean soldiers crossing the International line. It was intimated that
ii might become necessary to destroy ,
sojne nt the bulldtt-ge owned by known
federel adherents, hnt that forcicn ;
i"����*>'l "TOperty would receive fair
t rea tin i nt
Popular a* Ottawa.
Ottawa, Oct 1 Col II C, l.'.wther
military seeretnry to tbe Duke of
Counaiu'lit. left todav ennuite for l'-iic-
land where be will rejoin hl�� regiment Col Lowther bus been exceed-
initlv popular '" Ottawa and la-t nlebt
a   dinner  In   his   honor was  attended
hv~P iler Uordon   nnd   S'�� WUf'M
Laurier and other prominent  people.
lng chestnut owned by Dr Johnson,
i f Vancouver. Mibs Itoberts, of Vic-
ii���a. rld'lig fur K Henderson, of Victoria, who captured the premier prize
of the previous evening, was forced
lo lake second place, with Mrs Mc
Uae, of Vancouver, third.
Onlv oni> fall was recorded. MrB A
'Continued on page Klve.i
Wright
night      Detective   Burrows   pulled  off I old."
the raid after investigating complaints', Mr,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
from persons who claim they had been [ths exMbit from the Colony farm and
fleeced cf their money. (being  a  \ve\r* of horse flesh, cannot
Several of the shows at the grounds I "����"�������� anythlnr else but flrat prize at
were closed down the first day of the *���>��� Chicago fair.
fair on   account of belnR  too closely j 	
conflicted   with   the   money   gsmbling ;___.____
fc-_.ii*:.    TIiomi arte.-ud last night will I UF/.lvTFD     AT ***-**
come up for hearing before Magistrate
"Isn't he a dandy f queried a fond | previous" record'nigh"wa'teTmarCa��dltomobl,le trom the Barage and    then
mother shoving    a    nine-months    old i ljle utreets of Newark were inundated.!-abandoned   lt,   was   examined.     John
bouncer into his line of vision. Low King   Jersey   meadows   became 1 Macnamara was brought down under
"Yep." be responded absent-minded    .,"     _���, o{ ,h    .,,. - ^^*^   lescort from the penitentiary and Fer-
sp"ke   verv   hlehlv  ofllv.  "b��t  he's  a little hollow   in    the 6 * ____.       4       Igueon went through the formality of
'back and his tails docked too short."   ���.������._- ..itaubi. _��� (again   identifying  him.     He   said  hn
  .mammuth uiTWMtR <��� i wal unable to Identify Dean or any of
(letting your meals                       T0 DRAIN FARM UAM0  the others.
In one of those   re-1    _   .  -.      ...   T.   _     ."       .1 Looked Same aa Ever.
KdmondB in courl thi-i morning.
CONTEST FOR BABIES
OPENED YESTERDAY
RfGISTER AT
i��f Htm mm
freshment tents on
the grounds is a
strenuous operation
during the rush
hours, with the re*
freshmen! feature
eliminated. ff you
manage to get in.
you      are      wasting;
Port Coquitlam. Oct. 1.���A wonder-
Macnamara  was  in  ordinary    cos-
Jul and  mammoth caterpillar ditcher JtoS^Sf^h^ exception" of laTk
is about ready for excavation work on !
the low
, i    m   f'f'��" *��rK-"";lug  his  moustache  looked   much  the
fymg land at the trtWfr ew^+stm^-as' when on  triaL  his hair not
money investing in
anything except
soup, because you're
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jdltcb  thruugh    a    wide    acreage    orior as decorous ss before.
j swamp Isnd tbe a-ben Its work ts com-      Chlng   Hong   related   a   rather   re-
pleted many acres of low but fertile Jmarkable story. He wanted the ser-
land will be thrown open to cultiva- (vlcea of an Interpreter first, but Sir
tion.    Uv one operation the machine. |Charles Tupper for the defence poll-
STATION SIR MATTER
GOES HIGHER UP
���Pet     Coquitlam     Council     Formally
otnds Request to Railway Board���
Ctl 11 Strenuous Objection.
Port Coiiuitlam. Oct. l. -According to a decision of Ihe city council at
lis regular meeting beld ihls afiernoon
the question of the station site Wlll be
left in the binds of tlie railway commissioners, a resolution having been
parsed lo thc offi ct that owins m the
Inadequate station facilities ut the
preaent depot the Donrolsslouers
would be asked to order the C. I' n
to build a new station I" a mor" e.i't-
���orly part of the city. !���: the north end
of Si tool House rOPd, In ucoo-d.iiH'.'
vlth the vo te i f the ratepayers.
I1  Is   aid thai  'hose v;tii propertv
near tie presenl (It-put will oppose thO
removal when the board of railway
Commissioners baa lbe question before
It.
Owing to the fact that a large
amount of taxes w*as stilt outstanding today, tile last date for the obieoi
ing of a rebate, tlie councll will by an
amended by-law to that dealing with
p venue, extend the period In which
I ixes can be paid, loss rebate from
October 1 until November 1.
"Next   ball-.,"  ii  voloe comes  from
the   curtained oil   section   cf  the   rest
room, rest room mind you. in the
women's building, it ui.unts over the
Incessant talk of mothers, and tV
coos or howls of their children, and a
flushed smiling member of the Local
Councll   -'f  Women  makes  her  wuy
.���oro-s lhe big room outside to where
;    At The News booth in the
Industrial building, Queen's!50 rr"ttd,'u that's about the only thing
*       y .   . >i        i    u >'"' cdn fel down past vour collar but-
Park,    a Visitors     book has j ton.   U you turn your head too qulokly
been placed and   all   peopleP"0!1'��� 1"able to take a *>'���<���out of >our
���f.....-,  -...*     ���* x ��� -x-un nnl.nA I neighbor s  piece of ap_p_le_p:e and get
from out   of town are asked |
i van  ri d haired babies.    One Hi'ti hll
crumj led-up foot to his mouth and as
Slduously chews  ths  toe of hia Block	
lng.    Another reaches repeatedly for "V��i OUl    ol town aie asiusu jinto a rott     The jugglTTTomes down
mother's    hatpin.    Another    cries    at tO  register IiamOS      and   ad-i"'e  "islf   with   a  stack   of  dishes as
in 'ning at all.   One woman comes out rlvf>-a^P��    117 Vl iio     in     thn citv I '''S'1 as Hainan's gallows, looks aboul
frcm   the  curtain, d-oif  place  with    a If,,                 "       L   .'",     w,e,,./*  for some   place  to    set  them    down.
baby   Clothed   In   a   long   wollen   shirt J nese names Will be publish- 'sets a soft spot and spills half a gross
and its birthday suit     These mother. e,\ each n.OlTline of the exhi    "
disappear and reappear into and out ol ...                .   .        ..
the mysterious judging room. liition and in this way any
one seeking friends or
! which is about four times the size of led ont the absurdity of the request. >fe
! the ordinary road steam roller by one had made his depositions fn English,
operation will shovel out earth nine!had been In the service of the bank
feet wide by six feet deep and at the j for 14 years and given his explana-
same moment cast the mass of earth 'tlon to Mr. I'hipps In English. The
to one aide, clear of its path. (Continued on  Page Four.)
Mr.   I is sitting    ^	
"Ni.w,    Mis   0���    .   hurry,    if    you! A Bio Procession.
please." The mother smiles self-con- outside the building rows of go-
sciously and carries the baby she is carts and baby buggies were drawn
���.uie Will Win the medal, behind the up like backs before a theatre. Yester
screen. Necks stretch and the query,day babies whose names ran from A
"who is she?" Is heard, until the to K were Judged, and all ufternoon
woman disappears, then the hum of Mr. and Mrs. A to Mr. and Mrs. K
voices Increases. icarried     wooly    bundles,     or   fluffy
Ves and lhey said to nie���"; "No bundles, upstairs to tlie judging room;
pot til tomorrow "; "This Is my only tlie men never got any farther
- ungest "; "My husband says -," than the door; there they turned their
etc etc. Such talk as this strikesIcharges over to abler hands, and once
mild terror Into the heart of the male   Inside that door the "missus" became
looker-on   who   stands  timidly,   ready  supreme, H	
for flight, near thc dcor. j    The judging continues todav and lo- l(yiygi.  mainland'
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quaintances will be able to
locate them.
All information possible
will be given and subscriptions taken by those in
charge.
The Weather.
New    Westminster   and
j;h a Lot of Them. I morrow, for tliere are over 100 babies.  **"**~*   ���"�����������"���-���     L-lgni     tO
llablcs.   babies,   everywhere   babies, all llrst prize ones, whicli have to be moderate   Winds',    generally
hi  ever thought there were so many ' weighed, measured, and examined. As -fgjj- \yith Stationary Or high-
New Westminster!    White hatred.! soon ns the Judging is completed the |        . ' ���'
er temperature.
of dirty cupr, Intermingled with sundry baif empty teapots, on the top of
your bean.    Sure, it's exciting.
DISTRICT EXHIBITS
ARE WELL ARRANGED
SOME RETURNS
SHOW DECREASE
Sig   Increase  in Treasurer's   Department���Statistics From Post Office
and Various Departments.
The peel ofco returns for the past
���month show an Increase In the aggregate of $118, owing to a larger sate of
stamps, while there was a s'ght falling off on money order sales and commission. The figures for September,
IfflH, and September, 191:!, respectively, nra: Mtancy order conimlHsion,
ga70.21-$43l��.2K: box rents. Slifl.fiO-
194.Ml; Bale of stamps. $3,881.68-18,-
188.80; money orders so'd, 2,24S-2.li97.
The mstw",1 realized for crown timber wns $2,592, as against. $11,519 for
September, 1912. the explanation of the
i'"oro"i'o being that for some time pnst
the lumber Industry has been quiet
and consequently very few operations
have been conducted ou Ihe Dominion
lands, but lumbermen hope the mar'tet
(Continued on Page Four.)
Speaking of saucages. what has become    of   that   ill-advised   individual I
who dispenses glue for Internal con-1
sumption under the    label    "Cracker-
jack" '.'    Most of ns have spent inter-
eating moments with that same muc'.-!
laginous contraption.    We have been I
beguiled into wrapping   our    systems |
about a consignment of it In the    insane idea that such was part and parcel of our enjoyment of the occasion
and then we've stood around with the
happy bearing of a missionary in   the
cannibal chief's largest   boiling    pot,
wondering  if our   internal    workin's
ever would come away from the stuff
without tearing.
La.I1 Parts of Province Represented at Exhibition
of R. A. & I. Society.
The spicier for one of the
theatres on Sockeye Run persists in
Shouting "Theae girls and comedians
have played in all the leading theatres
on the American continenL" One ma'i
who heard him said If that was the
case it wns time they went to work
again.
Fruit  and   Vegetables   Proof  of
Yields���Large Crowds Inspect
Showings.
Fine
I fruits of the earth in a thousand varieties.
Maple Ridge.
Maple Ridge shows a good variety
i of   fruit,   fresh   and    preserved,  and
: generally a  most comprehensive dls-
j play of all sorts of vegetables, Indian
I corn, etc.   There are also flowers and
jpot plants in profusion.   The products
| of the dairy is very prominent In this
section,  and  they also    show    some
smoked hams.
Kamloops. n
The produce in this section was exhibited in It sown town only last w��pk
and they have a good show of fruits
and vegetables, and some particularly
large Alexander apples are to be seen.
| while an effect of prosperity is given
by the stacking of miniature shcavej
An enterprising quick lunch man
has placed a card tn his stand at the
fair, which reads "Lunches put up."
We knew the food supplied was pretty
poor. but. never, never, did we think
it was as bad as that.
Since our society re-orter has been
allowed to say, when thc dog show
was on, that "society Is going to the
bow-wows," we think we should be allowed to call the baby contest a
"howling succesa" However, since
our editor says no, we won'L
The agricultural and florlcultural exhibition contains what ts probably one ]
of the greatest collections ever assembled of the commodities tn never-end-    	
vm,n-_-.lnt! ��**_���'������>_ of ln thn_ th* Provin<-"* i of com "and oatsi -   .
young ican t)roduct in the field and the gar- ! Chllllwack.
den. the orchard and the dairy, the] chilliwack has a large exhibit, the
poultry yard and the kitchen. Lnter-! arrangement of which Indicates great
ing. the visitor finds hlmBelf con-lcare i��� manipulation. Here mav b��
fronted by a scene which defies de-lH��,en gome very large apples and a
scrlptlon, and at every turn some new j iarge assortment of preserves and a
variety in shade or color or shape or I mo8t unique display of dairy producs
stae arrests the attention and appeals' which is partiallv covered in and kept
to the senses according to hls par tic- ] cool bv an Imitation of an Indian hut
ular bent.    He may be carried away | with thatched roof.
DAM COMPLETED:
AETER FOUR YEARS
by the excellence of root or plant, absorbed in the comparison of fruits in
thetr numerous assortment, or lost In
astonishment at the dazzling luxuriance and numberless hues and beauty
of flower and plant, fern, shrub or
tree.
The district  exhibits are arranged
Revelstoke.
Revelstoke gives a most interesting;
display of fruit and vegetables and
unions the latter some large cabbages.
Including the red pickling variety, are
much in evidence. Oreat care must.
live been taken in the arrangement of
this section, as each article ts p'-i'-ed
round  the building, and while they j go as to show tt to Its fullest advan-
are somewhat similar in so tar aa the  tage.
nature of the products exhibited, each Mission.
one has a peculiar and distinctive form     This is one of the largest Sections
of its own and here may be seen the (Continued on Page Eight.)
MORE RECORDS BROKEN.
ANTI* TUBERCULOSIS M Y
AT THE EXHIBITION
This Is Anil-Tuberculosis liny at the
exhibition, which means mat citizens
of New Westminster and visitors to
the big fair are to be given an opportunity nt the grounds to show what
they can do towards helping to fight
tho white plague.
The local branch of tho Antl-T.Il.C.
Boclcty is composed of some very energetic Indies who are giving the tubercular bug in these parts a terrible run
tor (He money. TM�� year th��y are
not (pelng to sell tags at Uie fair. The
talcSbbe has been tagged Mil every-
i-n-ifi tMwR he's It, so now they're go-
put a different kind of mark on
everybri'v wtll h���*�� a chinoe
ie an antl-tuberculosis pencil
Ch to put a cross On the t-b-c
These pencils I will be In-
"Tranquilly Sanitarium."
which, It may be Bail for tht benefit
\
ot those who do not know, ts the spot
up'near Kamloops wbere Is located tbe
provincial Institution which ts the
centre of the light ln the west against
tho white plague.
It costs a lot to keep this sanitarium
going and by .way of helping the maintenance fund tho ladles ot the different societies throughout the province
are working to raise funds. They
work hard and It le the consensus of
opinion'that the object of their labors .Is a worthy one, hence the opportunity given them to do something
at the park during exhibition.
This, ln brief, is the case for the
Anti-Tuberculosis society against the
T-B.-C microbe.
It's a good thing; buy the pencils
and help It along.
Attendance, Wednesday, Oct 1,2nd day of Exhibit*ni
Membership tickets and passes   P 703
Paid Admissions
1227
Workmen Being Taken Off Construction Werk at Coqultlsm���Clear-
Ing Up Ground.
Construction work on the big dam
at Coiiuitlam lake waa closed dowa
yesterday for the tlrst time since lt
waa started four yeara ago. During
that time the number of men employed haa varied from twenty to several
hundreds and at one time more than
a thousand men were working for the
Vancouver Power company around Coqultlam lake ln connection with the
great storage and hydro-electric work.
Three years were spent In the pre-
(Continued on Pag* Flvo.)
Total   8 929
Total attendance, second day, 1912  7,820
Increase over last year ' 1,309
Total increase in attendance for two days over corresponding two days last year, 2,467.
Another record for attendance iff��� established at the exhibition ystef-
day when a total of 8,92* people paaaed through tha turnstylss, or aa Increase of 1309 over* the corresponding day laat year.
The seoond day at the exhibition la alwaya considered Um ssaalleet tm
In thc attendants and this waa fftund to be true yesterday wbea there ��M
a slight decrease over the opening aaf. Tha paid admissions yesterto*
totalled B?J7, and ttie balance, ST01, eaaa tn on memb-arehJp tickets ��r
passes...-' *
.Va* total Increase tn attendanoe for the two days aa oompai-ad to Vm
y^0Jxy two days a: tke exhibition laat yonr ta 1M7.
���
I ��AOt TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.
Hetara
-ta tnd**e*4i*nt morning paper devoted lo the Inicr-nU of Hew W-nlmiiuter and
"����� Fraser Valien. r*Mbllthed .vary monthii; eltent Sunday by IS* .-rational Print-tap
**** PttblltMny Company, Limited, at SS UeKenci* Btreet, Sew W'c��lmiii��(��r, ilriHeh
nlamSUx. ROUB BUTHRRLANI), Slanapmg Director.
All comm-Miitcnllom -Uould be addressed to The New Westminster Hews, nnd net
u> HhHvMimI memb.ri of the iMff. Cheiiuet. draft: and money order* should tie made
.nyebl* lo The National J-Ylnllnp and i'litli-hina Companv, Mmiled.
TELEPHONES���ll******* Olflo* and ilunauer, fit i Editorial Aooma (ull depart-
nent,), SSI.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES���By carrier. 14 per year, It for Ihree monlhe, 40c per
���no-nth.   By mall, II per year, tie per month.
ADVERTISING RATBB on application.
THURSDAY   MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 913.
THE   HORSE   SHOW.
One of the most attractive divisions of the provincial
exhibition and the newest large addition to the program
at Queen's park is the horse show, held in the big arena
every evening. With a setting and accommodations that
cannot be surpassed in the west, there is a display of handsome horseflesh and expert ring judging there that is well
worth taking in, whether or not the spectator is a fancier
of the animals.
In General F. L. Lessard the exhibition management
has been able to secure a discriminating judge whose
awards carry the weight necessary to command respect
in any circles and the animals which are coming under
his eye are taxing his marked abilities to the utmost.
The horse show may be one of the newest innovations at the annual fair, but it shows indications of becoming one of the most popular attractions.
KEEPING THINGS CLEAN.
To President Charles A. Welsh, Manager D. E. Mackenzie and the directors of the Royal Agricultural and
Industrial society is due no little credit for their untiring
In the laboratory used by the experts
of the Dominion government at Meow university at Montreal, the provincial government bavlng extended
the arrangement so far as to Include
the services of tlie federal authorities,
This means that tlie lumbermen of
British Columbia aro carrying the
flBlit rlKlit Into the enemies' camp,
for when the standard figures are Issued they will be ub widely known
throughout the oast, on account of
proximity, as they can possibly be
in the wesl. Architects throughout
the eastern stuies will at once bc
faced with tlie altered condition, nnd
't ia believed inevitable that one of
the results wlll be the shipment
Considerably more western timber
across the continent. Similar results
are expected In lhe eastern statea of
Uie United Slates, where tlie yellow
pine holds sway.
ESTABLISH TESTING
CENTRES FOR SEEDS
Farmers  in Choice of  Seed for
Soil  in Particular Districts.
Victoria. Oct. 1���Mr. I). A, Newman
jijjof Ottawa,  secretary of the CanadianIJUSt below the point  when
placing a  wooden  box-like    covering
around the pipe and hammering upon
It. loosened the joint at the tank mil
allowed the pipe to sag, thus casting
tlie   weight  upon   a  defective    elbow
below and resulting In the collapse of
about 25 feet  of the heavy concrete-
________--.__ 1 encased   pipe.     Mr.  (Ieorge Crawford,
i foreman of the (leneral   Flre   lOxtln-
Seed Growers' Association Would Aid  finisher    company    of    Vancouver, In
charge   of   the   Installation   of   the
sprinkling system,  testified  that  "hlu
plant   was   not   completed.     Ile     was
I showing  Mr.  l'onilray and others  ihe
| manner  In  wlilch   tlie   apparatus   was
; operated when the crash came   There
were   two  men   working  on   the  pipe
It  entered
Seed Growers' association, an instltu-   the bottom of the tank.    Ho far as ht
tlon of the pipe
pipit struck Mr.
instantly.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
PULL TOGETHER
I tion  largely  endowed  by  the  Domln- 'could see, the elbow In the
'Ion government, Ib here  with a mis-(the tank broke, letting thi
[slon to Interview the bead of the agricultural department of the provincial government  with a view to dls-
Icussliig the advisability of having a
number of seed centres established
throughout the valleys of thu province.
The function of these seed centres, a
number of which are now in operation In the east, and are reported to
be producing excellent  results.  Is to
pipe below
upper sec-
rail.    In the full the
I'emlray, killing him
TO CONVERT THE HEATHEN
Missionaries Leave Vancouver for I
Publicity   Commissioner   Denison
K.mloops Firm Believer In Co-
operation
of
"The cioEcsl possible co-operation
between the town ami the tanner, and
j,_oU roads, those are the two big pul-
Icrs," said Henry T, Denison to 'I'he
Nows yesterday.
Mr. Denison. who is a member of
thc distinguished Canadian family to
which belong Colonel Denison, police
magistrate of Toronto, and Colonel
Septimus Denison, district officer com
tnandlng at Montreal, is publicity commissioner for Kamloops, secretary of
lhe   board  of   trade  ol   that   hustling I
dla. Persia and the Philllpines
Vancouver, Oct. 1.- Six mlssionsrles
ascertain the quality of the soil ln the wlu 81li) for llu! Kllr Kttllt on thfl *.������..
a^SLiES-^^? .I^r���; ***l* ^ carrv  the  p*pel to the be-
nlghted people of Thibet. Persia and
the Phllllplne Islands. They are graduates of tlle training Institute of the
Christian  Missionary  Alliance at New
Mar attractions of certain grades of
seed for the same, so that the sped
and the poll may have an opportunity
of developing the best of which they
are Jointly capable.
Mr. Newman expects to see the of-j V/!   """  ,u
ficlals of the provincial    agricultural!   . .V''    .  "'
department and to take up with them
this Important  phase of    agricultural
York   and   tliey   come   from   all   parts
The   six  missionaries
addressed a meeting at tlie gospel tabernacle on  Fourth avenue  west  and
study. He has visited a number of|tc|lJ "r ,helr r**n <���������'��� the M'*n Priv!1'
agricultural districts on his wav to the ie*e wl,ich """V feU ln entering on
coast, and everywhere he has been ! t,1<,ir now sphere of work. Eloquent
met with a demand that Mb Idea !,nd touching addresses were given
should be given practical expression. i*>>' M~ and Mrs. Snyder and a Nor-
lle has visited some of the valleys of Weglon ludy wbo Is going to work In
the province, and ls certain  that al- I Thibet.    Miss Kathleen  McKlnnon, of
falfa can bo raised in abundance, despite the arguments to the contrary.
Careful selection of seeds, lie sayi.
will accomplish results little dreamed
of In this country, and with soil that
a so admittedly rich as tliat of som
up-country cty and manager of the |B      a,IlIlIttedlv rirh ilB tlmt 0. |
exhibition at that pomt of the interior valleys, he Is convinced
lhis is Mr. Denisons first visit to ,lhat  th���  |n(lugtr, of agriculture oui
_.\ew  Westminster and he  lias  been |,e considerably advanced bv the an
efforts to keep everything about the exhibition grounds most favorably impressed with the big plication of scientific methods wniie
up to the high standard which has characterized past | r^vSffis_^^1S^to^eh��t_SSiS_SS IS ��S_? /*��V /,r_iaNSl"rt?rn *�� "����wpt-
, i I ine .iRiiuinurai aiBpiay ne consiuerea ed the task of adjudicating In the -en-
events. wonderful and  worthy to rani, with Ural field exhibits at tbe New W
With crowds of strangers coming to the citv, there!^e biggest shows on the continent    minster show.
, j _    i     ,       j      _��� i     �� ii      .       .,,'., lbe publicity commissioner ior the 	
nre bound to be bands of crooks following in their wake ctty of Kamloops is a firm believer m unhealthy Toronto district
in the hope of picking up the loose change of the unwarvorsailli!ati��n and Cl)0i"'ratiljl1 between! ������
i. ��     x- . .. ...-** .if.   uu,  farmers and  the
Toledo, Ohio, who is also going to
Thibet, played some gospel songs on
the violin and told the story of her
conversion. At the close the immigrants took with them the besl wish-
"1 ol their friends in Vancouver to
their work among the unconverted ill
the distant lands.
st-
by those flim-flam games that look innocent enough till
you've passed over all your money to the men who are
running them. Since the exhibition opened the officials
of the R. A. & I. society have done their best to keep such
practices off the grounds and, with what assistance the
police are according them, they are succeeding extremely
well.
Running a fair of the proportions of the provincial
���exhibition is no small task and to those who have given
so unsparingly of their efforts and time to make it the
clean success it is great credit is due.
townspeople.
"Too often." suid  lie  to  The  News,
"there is a feeling of antagonism he
tween these  two classes, llie  fanner
believing that the city  man is trying
Action Brought Against City Thrc.igh
Con-je-tior, ef Sewerace
Toronto.   Oct.   1.-  As   a   sequel    to
fourteen months ot neglect on the part j
uf the department of works, tin
to do him and the city folks thinking Us threatened by nn Indictment by re
Bill Miner cashed in his checks too soon-
heen alive this week he would have had a chance to pull
"ff a hold-up on that little two-by-four train operating at
the lower end of Sockeye Run. Failing that, he might have
security some good publicity by sticking-up the merry-go-
round.
the man on the land is too Independ
ent This is something that should
be overcome. We are working in the
closest harmony at Kamloops. and.
Judging from th" splendid exhibits
here iu New-
say the same
on tlie lower mainland,
"Then, we must not forget tlie good
| roads.    The  farmers ol  this province
have  been  at  a  disadvantage  in  the
past  in   tlie   matter of  road  building.
If he had!""1  t,la'  ***ta  of affairs   is   passing:
the good  roads are coming  and  thev
Westminster,   1   should  sion  was   made to  ih
millions prevail here  l"'ds  lurther   east,   a
identa in the Carlaw* avi nue locality
W, K. itaney, K. C, entered application for an indictment before Judge
Morgan in the general sessions.
"Until a week ago, when n diver-
sedimentation
greal quantity
of untreated sewerage '.wis being deposited daily In Aehbridges' bay (rum
the mouth of the storm sewi r opposite Carlaw avenue," said Mr. Raney,
"During the past few davs the do-
mi'Stle Hewage has. 1 believe, been deflected  furiber east,  but  the mass of
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Will take revenue-producing city house property
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wben you can get aa good, or better, manufactured lu D. C vis.: tbe
the celebrated "VANCOUVHlt" Brand, guaranteed to paee Standard
Specifications of Americai and Canadian Engineers' Association.
We would also call attention to our Vltrlfled Sewer Pipe from
4-ln. to 24-ln. In diameter. This ls aleo mad* In tbls Province and we
consider superior to any Imported article.
We alao carry a stock of Crushed Rock, Waabed Qraval, Sand,
Lime, Piaster, etc.
See us before ordering elsewhere.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
MUSIC.
MISS I'. JACKSON. PIANOFORTE
Teacher. Terms moderate; 06 Bluckle
st. Phons IOI. (1006
MKS. C i' nsni.it, TBACH-Stl OP
pbuioforte, harmony and ninaum Pu-
i��iin sucoeesruly prepared for examination in It A li. and It. C M. For terms
apply r,o3 Third avenus
miss i:
Pianof
mlnsti
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C,   HARDT,
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TEACHER nl-'
Bt, New (Vest-
SINGING AND VOICE  PRODUCTION
MARGARET   A    QROVES,    ITI'II.   OP
Ihe    I     Profeaeor    Allan    Macbeth,
Principal of the (lliiaguw Collcgi of
Music, and Professor Groasland lln*". of
tha Ulasaow Athenaeum begi to iml-
mate thai th, will accept n f. w pupil*
In slnittnK nn.l voice production. Rx-
tenslvi repertoire ot lunn rinss h,��ih;h
Por frnm. cnll "r write to 111)1 Hanul-
ton "tr.-,i
Bank of Montreal
KHTABLI8HBD 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up)  ....$16,000,000.00
RESERVE   $16,000,000.00
llrancht-s throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, aud In London, Eng
land. N��w York. Chicago and Spokane
U.S.A., and Meilcu City, A genera)
banking bm-lness transacted. Letters
of Credit limned, available wltb cor-
respondents In all parts of the world.
Savings Hunk Department���Deposits
received In sum* of 11 und upward
and Interest allowed at 3 per cenl. pet
annum (present rale).
Total Aaacls over 1186,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
O.  D.  HltYMNK.lt.   Mai.aser
DANCING.
Wonder if the small boy ever gets tired of asking for
samples at the fair booths.
A really artful panhandler could manage to pull down
enough free grubstakes at the fair to add half a dozen
pounds of fat during the week.
an; doiiiK a lot to promote friendship   filth which bas been pouring Into the
between  the   different    sections,    be-: buy  for  more than  a  year,  remains "
sides making It easier for the worker I    Mr.   Itaney   pointed   out     that     the
of the land to Bet liis produce to mar- Keating channel,  which  was original-,
ket."                                                    ly constructed for sanitary purposes,:
In   reply  to    questions    us  to  bow   lias   been   allowed   to   fill   up and   no ;
tilings   were  goiiiR   In   Knmloops  nnd   longer  lias any  influence  in  draining
the upper country,  Mr.   Denison said Aahbrtdgea' bay.
pro-pects were exceedingly bright.   A.	
first class exhibition  vus  beld  tbis        only bookkeeping now
year, everybody was well pleased and '
all   signs   point   to  a   big   increase    n   Rockefeller  Says  That   Money   Means
Are you or.e ol these to whom
every meal is another source of
suffering >
N a-Dm-Co Dyspepsia Tablets
will help your disordered stomach to
digest any re*__on��b!e meals, and will
soon restore It to such perfect conation tliat you'll never feel that you
have a stomach. Take one after
each meal. 50c. a Box at your
Druggist's. Made by the National
Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada,
Limited. 150
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Call and inspect our fall
lines and new fall styles and
place your order now.
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401    Columbia.  St.
FRATERNAL.
business.
DEVELOP THE CHILDREN
If love makes the world go round, what makes the
merry go round?
Did you hear that crash on the opening day of the
"air when the gate receipts smashed all records for first
days?
9ays   More     Money
and  Fish Than
Toronto.     Oct.    1.
through the Juvenile
on
���oent    on     Hogs
Children
-"Citizen-making
court,"   wns the
Bubjeet if a strciiij_ address delivered
i.f th" Wyellffe College Alumni asso-
rUition by Commissioner Starr, of the
jiivnili  court.
"To provide fer neglected, il [pendent and delinquent children bavlng
no home." said :ln> speaker, "ip a
work  worthy  of the lust   heart  and
should
Do as Kipling suggested, affix to your carcass the ^U'ter"^^ T���
wings of the morning and flop round the earth till you're
dead and you'll not find such another agricultural exhibit
as the one stacked in the big buildings at Queen's park.
Noth ncj to Him  Now
Toronto. Oct. 1.   Anything concern- I
inn   the   rlchesl   iiiun   In   the   world   Is
slwavfl  of popular financial interest,
Mr, Rockefeller Mis his friends    thai
increment of wealth now means    per* i
Bonally very little to him    lt Is noth- 1
inK but 11 matter of bookkeeping.
That   Mr.  Rockefeller is a keen observer,  wltll   unimpaired  mental  fac- j
nities. is well known to all hiH close 1
associates, bnt the greatest testimony
recenUy beard was a private remark
bv one of America's ablest    lawyers
who sail]: |
"John I). Rockefeller has the ablesl !
i'"inl that I ever encountered in c '
letidi cross-examination.   1 was trying!
Babies, babies everywhere, was the watchword in
the Women's building yesterday afternoon. The youngsters had the floor, the walls and teh ceiling and they kept
firm hold on what they gripped.
TIMBER INTO EAST
1  to our Ito look into his mind, but lie could see
far  into mine tbst   I  never dared
pursue anv line of Inquiry cnntln-
switch  from subject
unlversitl
"A speaker ai Convocation hall said  to
that every congregation was definitely nouslv.    1 had
responsible  to  the  children    and    I  to Bubjeet, for h
agree  with  hlm  anil  would   go much
further,  as  h<- doubtless  would, and
j say that every community v.as respon-
sible for their children.
"We are   spending  mor,.   money  bv
thousands In developing onr fish and
treeB and hogs than we are In developing our   children,   Lord Northclltfa
ten  oiiestions
I opened."
��� could see .. 1    least
tad  on  every subject
Douglas Pir Will Be Standardised by [eastern   provinces   of   the   Dominion,
j yellow pine practically holdi a mono-
Government Test and Will Compete With Pine for Eastern
Trade
poly   as   a   building   male-rial,   which
monopoly Is declared to be due,  not
any  intrinsic superiority    in    the
to
DEATH   WAS   ACCIDENT
Exact C?ut:e of Accident to W.  Pend-
ray Could Not Be Ascertained
by Inquest.
that im* had been reck
was 1
"torn. Oct   1     That    death
'1  iin- sacrTo.. of I'1'"' '" accident was the finding ofthe
but   we   have  quloklv  <woner*s ������'������"> which sat to Investigate
ri ah,-.,I   ���    :   error and   have  demand '^/''^T^T*,,*  BurrT0UndinB    '���'>'
''������ath  of A|r.  William  Tnspnh  Pend-
said yesterday
less in '.ho pi
theso   forests
ed tinir replenishment
"Il is time we got the sleep out of
our 1 yes und considered ihe conservation of human resources. Conserve
the forests and water power, run the
tariff up 'ir down, have farms fur the
acco.n modation of the wrecks of so
ci, ty, build the Georgian Hay canal
or fail to build It; these are questions
that are taken np by the government
nit  tin- conservation of boyhood and Itank
Ircumstanr
it
ray, nresldent of the British-American I'aini companv, who ws killed
shortly after li o'clock on Saturday ,
morning through the collapse of nartj
of the pipe feeding the water tank
recently Installed as part of a sprlnk-1
Ier system for lhe plant. The cv I -1
dence  failed to bring out the exact
cause   of   the   aoe|d"nt.   whether     the
pipe   leading  into   the  bottom   of   the
their building specifications,
It ii' c'aimed also lhat the demand I
Tor yellow pine is more of a habit i
than anything else, and that the wood]
has nothing superior In it for building
purposes 10 Douglas fir of tb's prov- j
ince, the only point ol real difference ,
one
Victoria. Oct. l.--An organized attempt is about to be made to give
Douglas fir timber, the giant product
of British Columbia, the pride of place
it deserves In the markets of the east
rnd of the wort I At the present
time it Is discriminated against, not
;ttlngly, but in ignoranc-e, and as
ihis ignorance ls not at all blissful
' tbe lumber industry of the province
lha government has made? a step,
ll'i-nugh Its forestry department, and being that the
with the guidance of the  Hon. \V. It. [other ls not
Robs, minister of lands. It is hoped,] Added to Ihese fails is the impor-
������ Ill result In thn permanent removal tant consideration thai the lumber.
if the barrier. In a word, tbe step* men of this province can ship Doug-
consists In having the timber tested las fir to the east and place It on the
' government authority and having I market at a price that will readily
thai authority recognized and credit-!compare with the yellow pine And
ii everywhere. not. only so, but lhey can ship ii  to
The hrst Intimation of this move-'j any point in the world as cheaply ns
nent was given when it was stated 1 the easterners ean ship their lumber
thai an arrangement had been enter-j product. With the adoption of this
,d into by Ine provincial government pystein of Standardization It, Is hoped
������ i'.b Hie n. r. Lumber and Shingle and believed th,
Manufacturers' association of Vancou- Douglas fir fron:
'   r.   in  have  the   Douglas   fir  tested  develop   rapidly
rnd standardized  so thai  its quality Imerely   the  public  ignorance  of  Its
' ay   lie known authorltlvelv,    Oiie of qualities  that   prvents  il   at the  pre-
Ibe principal factors lhat has enntri- sent time from being the most sought
1 'itod  to the adoption cf th'n step In ,afier timber In the world.
1 ���itis'i Columbia is thn ta-" ths' In I   A^  10  the tcBts themselves,  It Is
the province of Ontario   and   ether 'likely that they will be carried ont
was     Insecurely     fastened,    or
timber Itself, bm   simply  to the. foot Rlrlhood is In the background, (whether, as  it appeared,    the    extra
lhat   the   properties   of   yellow   pine, I    "Tim Juvenile court Is a method nf| weight  of two workmen engaged    in
that  Ib its breaking strength, durabil-  conserving our bbys anel g'rls, of mak- 1 ���________,___^���__���_���_-������_____
Ity and other   features,    have    been  lng them good when they become bad | .
iilandarili..i'd   by   the     United    Slates  '  mm*tmmmmmmmm���______
government, with the result that east-1     -trap holdprc in JAPAN
cm architects always call for it    In '
A 5, 10, and
25 Cent Store
Means Economy in Purchase of Small Wares
Vou will be surprised at the
purchasing power of f>, 10. 16, _���'
and   -a   cents   in   this   store   of
large assortment  of useful and
necessary everyday household
articles. We stock no luxuries.
We invite your inspection of
mir slock of Enamelware, Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,
Chlnaware, miscellaneous Kitchen Dtenslis, Notions, Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons, Bmbrold-
Towels, Shelf OU Cloth, Bhelf
Taper, miscellaneous Dry Goods,
Notions, Jewelry.
Stationery, School Supplies, Toilet Gooda,
Etc.
Wn. sell fresh randies. We sell
Toys and Dolls.
Necessary Luxuries for
the Boys and (Jirls.
We are adding new* lines to our
stock weekly. Something new
all the time Take advantage of
your visit to tbe exhibition to
Call at the store that studies
economy for yon.
We are located at 48
Sixth Street. "The new
retail business street."
West's 5,10 and 25c Store
INTERNATIONAL
nting Rnalneom,
Labor   Temple   ������*.
Thlllsil.iv ,.f  lln- :���
|,r,-Hii|.*ril       W    C
!���   ii   H-,x  I.'*
STEA1I  AND OPER-
I..,. ,l   548,   i i-   i*i
���rv    flrsl      ind     tlilr.l
lonth   il. McLaughlin. ,
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
uh<
���ru.
rt. t.t >
NKW WTEtoJ'MINSTBM LODOB HO I
E A P. O "f Klk* of tl.e I> Of C, mw��
th�� flret nm! thirl Thursday nt 8 v m.
K. of [�� Halt, mightfe Htr.-��'t. a Weill
(irav. EbcaJte-d Ruler; P. ll. Bmlth, twr
retary
L,     O      (>      M..     NO      ��I54 ��� MKBT8 Q>
nrtit, putin'i, tiiirrt and fourta Vfadnea
day in -uch month tit 8 p, in
in tin- Moqm Mom* 11. .1 Leo my
dictator; P. E. Jon������, leoretary
Headquarter! of lodkg In Boa House
wimt-r of Fourth and Carnarvon itreeti
I. O. O. B\ AMITY IvODQR NO. 17���Th
regular meeting of Amity lodge Nt
27. 1 O. o l*. in beld every Monda
nl*lit at I o'clook In Odd fellows' Hal
comer Carnsnron nnd k.IkMi. Htr**��ti
VlatUnn brothern cordially Invlt^
R. A. Merrlthew, N.O . H W Banptter.
V. (i ; W. C Qoetbam, V O rwor
lng. secretary' J. VV, MaoDonald, ftnmv
When travelling for business nr plea
sure, you may a�� well have comfort
and travel by our Hn*'. You **i!1 flQci
lit to your advantage o consult <:-��� for
jut'., and reservations
K. OOULET, Ak*'.,i
New   W-nHUiilhUi*'
ll. W, BROD1Q, ii   !'   a. Vnncnuvar
rlnl   N��-,-r*-tnrv
FUNERAL    OIRECTOR8.
SYNOP8I8  OF  COAL  MINING
UULATIUNS.
Vi. K
nnii
PAI-B8-*-Plonwr Funnml liin-i-in
T'-.-it'nlmor.   H8-I1I   Aicth'��   ���traf
I     o|i|mnl.., Ctxrnesl. t.lt'mr.v.
8,    BOWTBTJ.    (HUPCIWBOR   TO   '*'���*���*������
ti-r a  llaiinn.  I.tit i��� l-'iin-nl illrnrtor
i    nn-1 i-mlml-m-*-**-*.    Pnrlnra ,'if, Columbl
_lr��*#.|.    St**'   W,'Btmlt!-��1-ni.     I'tioni-   ,,:
BOARD   OF   TRADE
BOARD Of TRADB*���NHW WKM'IMiN
iter Bniiril of Tntit" m,M-t�� In tli" li��i\r,
room, i'ity Hull, iui fiiiinwn Third iti
itny of i'hcIi nionth : quitrt-srly mi."<iiii
on th���� thli fl Piiilny of Ki-lirimry. Mnj
Augunt nnii Nov-Mntifr nl 8 n.m An
I  ni,-,.rioK" on jl���� ihlr,1 Friday
COAI. MININU rtKliti, of lh.' tv,mlnlo��
In A-U-nltoba. rlii-kul,:ii,*wn:i tunl Allx-rt-fc,
toa Tiacon Tarrltorr, tba Northwm Tar-
rltorlaa and in a portion of tlw I'myiuo,
of llrltiBh 1'iiiiimlilu. mny ba l,-nw.'i] for a
term of twanty-one yaara m nn hiuiub-
r-riiini of ll un acrn. Not mora ilinn JM��
aoraa win in- im-wd to ona appllouM.
Applloatlon for a l.-iuii- ,im.i Iw mad,
tiy tlm aiiiilirant In peraon to tba Agent
, or Hui,.AK>-iit of the itlntrlct In wlilch Um
rluMn a|,|.lii-,| for nre nlluntinl.
in lurveyed territory tba land mu��t b,
1 daacrll    hy   ��e<-;tlotiK,   or   1,-kiiI   euti-dlvl-
mIoiih of leciiona. ami In uniUrveyad territory   the   tract   aiiplhil    for    ��h���ll     b.
ntiiki.1 oui hv the applloant blmaaK,
applloatlon mum i�� Ui*companla4
Karl i
Kebniai-y.
larv
tf.  ll  Stuart  Wada   ��"<�����
PUBLIC    STENOGRAPHER
Crowded ftrc-t Car, and Mornini-j Papers Mark Advance of Progres,
Toronto, Oct, I.���Rev, Nathaniel
Burwash, who has Just returned from
a visit to Japan, gave in a vivid and
Interesting way hls Impressions of
that, oountry at tbe Theological Alum-
Is known ami the 'ni association. Tho Kront advance of
Iweatern civilization in Japan greatly
Riiriirisod the association.
"If you rlil" in tin- stroot c:ir." the
apeak er an lil. "ynu wlll see as manv
newspapers being r"inl as you will In
Toronto, and ns many strap-holders
as tn  Toronto."
C.P.R. FARM LANDS
POUNDED  HIM  UNTIL
HE WAS FULLY SOBER
Toronto, Oet. 1.    A disorderly tt>
at  the exportation of ""''^l "n Hilton avenue when Har-
n   thla   province  will 11,11^'^Z,TV'\H" ^^''^
1 . ... condition,  refused to move on  when
Inasmuch   as It Is ���-,,,._,.��� U) ,,��� B0 ,,y a ,ollst.lhl���   ;',,,"
Kwn pleaded nol guilty to beiti*
drunk In the police iiuirt, alleging thai
he had received Buch brutal treatmenl
on the way to the police station, that
llouor whloh he had Imbibed lost Us
effect.
ALL LAND SOLD ON 20 YEAR  PAYMENT  PLAN
.1 stork on 20 year loan basis wlll
bi
Riven    at
$ipon.on nt rill
proved settlers.
<:. P. it. FARMS Eleady-made or unimproved, may be purchnaed
in nearly ivory dlatrlct in the following provinces: Aloertn, H'aa
katchewau, Manitoba and the interior of British tli-luiiibia.
ai'TO'IftCATIONH. AGRBKMBNTS or
Wai*-. Deeila ttuntneaa lj*.ttnra, eta . nlr
rulnr work HlLTlnllfll. All Work HtrlOtl]
oonhdentlnl. 1( Barry, room 41K Want
mlnerer 't'niet Blk.    Prione 1(1?
PROFESSIONAL.
CQRBOULD. OnANT a MoCOM., HAI1
rtatera, Solicitors, oto, to Lome Btreel
Ni'W WpHtmlneter. ll. K. i-'ot'ioulil, ��
li.    J. It. Orant.    A. 15   MoOoll.
hy a fee of ir, wlllch wlll lm refunded II
ill" rlnbia applied tor are nol unliable,
but not otherwlae. A loyally -all-all b*
imlll on the nu'i'i'lu-Mahln output of UM
I mint   i.i  the rale of five OOhtS |wr ton.
m* person operating tlm mine shall
fumlah the Aaant wllh awern return,
iicci'iiiiiliiK for the full uiiautliy of mer-
I'hiiiitnhi.. ooal mined and imy the ior-
nlty thereon. If the ooal inlnlnK rlahU
uie not b��lB| Operated suoh return, ehouM
ne ruralshed at  Nm  ono, a year
lhe 1,-iihi. win Include the e,al n.lnln,
* rlKtiiM only, but the leaeen wlll be per-
! iniii.-ii io t'urchaae whatever available
eiiifui-e iiaiun may tie conaldereil necea-
imry for the workine of the mine at tb,
rule of  IIO an acre.
I'or full Information aiiMlcailon ehouK
he mad, to the Beereinry of ihe Iv-iiart.
iiii-ni or the Interior. Ottawa, or to any
Aai-nt or Miih AKent of DomltiloA 1.atula
W. W. CORT
m .. ',;*""y.. M,nl"'er pf the Int- nor..
n.iN_e,I ���"'"'"tb'-ri"'! pubiloauon of thl,
nitverllnenienl   wlll   nnl   he
APAM HMir.1I JOHNHTON. KAItlltH
It-.it-law. eollcltnr. etc. Ti-lepbon
ji^i, Cohle aildreea "Johnston.'
Code, "Weatern Union." Orflc, KIP
Block, rifi'i Colurhbia atreet. New Weal
mlnater, B. C.
paid for
For detailed Information, descriptive literature,
write D. 15. Drown, Hope & McCauley,    Ltd.,   the
Railway Company's Official Land KelliiiK Agents.
D. E. Brown, Hope &
etc.
Can
call
on
Pnclfl
rn-
WHITBH1DH, BDMONDB * WHITIt
elire ��� nurrleterM and Botlattnrs, West
minster Trust   nik.,   Colutnbla streel
New WeetniliiHler, II. C. Cnhle addrea,
"Whllenl*.." W-elern Union. P. O
Drawer 200. Telephone HI), W. .'
Whltealde, K C. : II I.. Hdmoiida. I
Whltealde.
LIMITED
Real Estate, Mortgage Loans,  Insurance, Rentals, Collections.
1.  C. Farm Lands. Alberta Farm Lands.
585-7-9 GRANVILLE STREET VANCOUVER.
Phone 3ey. 1887.
. HTtl.WKI.L OI.IITR. llBrrlater-at-lna
solicitor, etc,; eorn-T Columbia an
McKi'iirle streeta New WeatmWiale,
B. C.    V.  O   Hnt   11 ?,.     Telephone   IV
J. P. HAMPTON BOLK, BARRISTHR
Hollcltor nnd Notary. Office Har
block. IIS I-orne alroet. New Weatmln
ator, B. C.
MrOUARRIB. MARTIN -ft CAHHADT
BiirrleterH nnd Hollcttora. 606 to 61*
Wealinlneter Tmat Hloek. O. K. Mar
tin.   V.'.   u.   McQuarrie   and  Ueorge  f
Cassady.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Olfic,  Phone   l��5.      o������  pnon.  11?
'���yble str���i
Hannaife U��lk��re�� Promptly lo
any pirt of the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
".ITY OF NFW WERTMINaTFP   tl r
P.O. Box 31 Dally Newe Blda.
J. T.  BURNETT'S PRINT SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
or all kinds.
Prices right.   Hatlstneliiui guaranteed
69 McKenile St. a ;k.':. ���*���������?' "fc      |   :
^
IT IS
NOT
WHAT
YOU
MAKE,
BUT
WHAT
YOU
SAVE,
THAT
MAKES
YOU
RICH
THIS
SALE
MEANS
A BIG
SAVING
TO
YOU:
ATTEND
IF YOU
ARE
FIFTY
MILES
AWAY
GREATEST SALE OF FURNITURE, CARPETS AND RUGS
EVER   HELD   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER   OR   WESTERN   CANADA
THIS GOING OUT OF BUSINESS OF W. E. FALES" FURNITURE STORE MEANS A SAVING TO YOU
MERIT   WINS-READ  IT  IF  YOU   PLEASE
With thc LarKest Home Stocks in New Westminster���THE BEST Stocks in thir section of Canada���it is the ambition of the management of W. F. Fales' Furniture Store to have
this QUIT SALE make itself felt in every home in British Columbia. In 30 days this Sale will reach every intelligent homeseeker in this Province. This Sale is beyond local limits.
Buyers from Vancouver, Chilliwack and the Okanagan Valley���in fact, buyers will   be  here   from   all  over  the   Pro vince. The Sale is Planned  Big. You  know  what to expect.
MERIT WINS
In this Sale you can't go wrong. In
Stores like W. E. Fales' Furniture Store,
selling nothing hut good Furniture, it is
impossible to get poor goods. Taken all in
all the facts are: This business habitually
and systematical./ has given more value
for the money than any other store. It
ought to, seeing it sells so much, and can
well afford to.
MERIT WINS
BECAUSE WE QUIT YOU CAN SAVE ABOUT ONE-
HALF ON ALL YOUR PURCHASES
W. L Fales' Furniture Store
OPPOSITE CARNEGIE LIBRARY NEW WESTMINSTER
The Iver Smith Sales Co. of Vancouver in full charge
GOODS PACKED FOR OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS FREE OF CHARGE.
MERIT WINS
Look through the entire Four Floors.
Visit the Basement���the stocks are lavish
here.   You don't have to take anything;
you are sure to get what you want, and
save enough on every piece you buy to lay
the foundation of a home. Mr. W. E. Fales
is too Big and too Broad to do a single
small act.
MERIT WINS
GROW AN1ICH0KES
SAYS LADY VISITOR j
Nc'.ts The'r Absence From Enhibt'.ion
anj Believe-. There la Dn Voncj'
in   Tlieir   Production.
cil
service  nf  electric  trains  Irom     Deep j
It->  lino Victoria by tbt Saanlch In*!
terurban. Passengers ami light freight
will 11' carried, ami hy tbe new sys-
iin ii win be poetlble fnr residents of
ho Inlands to  Ret  Into  Deep Hay by
launch, take train into town, do whatever business thejf lier.lro ami get back
in  their homes   lhi'  nun"   ulnht.       In
the paat the ' mrney has usually i*;k
i :i ���.mii nr three days,
PREDICTS   SIX   HOUR   DAY
r.rltleh     Labor    Leader,    Tom     Mann,
Looks Into the Future and  Sees
E-crorri- Revolution.
St    1 . uin.  Oct   1     "The  class   war
nov  being   fought  between  labor and
BACHELORS JOIN IN
MATRIMONY PAIT
lYjunj   Kcctenay   Ranchers.  Fed  Well
li/ LaJies, Pledge Themselves to
Double    HarnMl
i.*: Ill
Li.lli n   i f
,'. i *i.i.   a
li. c, Oct. 1- Tim young
Khalo, i-ardo. Alnaworth,
,1  other main Kootenay   lake
capital in ilu- United Kingdom Is notjpeinu,   vs ill   do   wtll   to   bn on their
'in' dissatisfaction  or a  set of  inca.  guard,  iur the fllktrtmony    bus   bas
imi   the deliberate effort    ot letruca a number ot prosperous young
serious
minded men. fully   conscious I bachelors
<;l     tlle
i x.,���c,���ver lady who hM traveled
,,,,.,,*i i.   ami  haa tba Interests -
. ��� province at '.nan made *���
suggestion io The Newa >���������';������';>;
SS lad) BOticed the i-baence ' ������
exWhttlSn  of  a  vegetable, amall  bu
^jrJ&xt-tiT&m
SS to. wlS"equal satisfaction to   m	
).,. nr iluccr and cuusunier; hence the  ,,,���., meeung lure.   Btandarda In the
;,���';.; ,.' .jives of workmen In the United King-
The French or Olobe arUchoke is a  ,,���.,, ,,.,w, ,���.,,��� nii.cl more by direct
ihlstle-llke   perranial  plant,   probably  industrial action in the last few years
., native of Asia, hut now grown    wc-   Hum by parliamentary action In    tho
',,.,,-r elv In the south of Europe. T"*!preceding fifty  years, hp said.
���,.,'is cvnara Scolymui 1 is the radl- i    ,,,. continued: "The olvltlsed world
. a  leavea 3 to 4 feet long, somewhat ,��� contr0nted with the stupendousfact {*���-- -j-f     , kln
miliv   -"io "' thom undivided, ��m�� L,, ���,, economic revolution  Is    upon. ��P f D" ���L._  ���;,.���_!,.,,,,
���itlfiil     The stem If 2 <��������� 8 feet},,,   A��� one in favor of such a revolu- imeai mr
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ^        l iveK  seclion,
ol tho causes of their poverty and ah- i:lhll ���1)L ot ihem are under bonds to
Botutely confident of their own ability j cuntribote ISS per head for a bache-
to cure Ihe same." ^^���^
'i'hls was a Btatement made by Tom
Mihn, n  Hrttlsh  labor leader,  al    a
AUSTRIAN   EXPLORERS !l
SEEKING SOUTH  POLE
Portland, Maine. Sept. 30���An Austrian Antarctic expedition    for    work
from  Weddell sea south on  the Ant-
ar.-tic ts being prepared by a committee beaded by Professor Kugene Ober
hummer of Vienna   president of    the
Imperial   Austrian   (leopraphieal  Bodily     This   Information   was   received
' by Kenr-Adiniral Peary iust before bla
; departure   today   tor   Washington.
|      l>.-.   I'*.   Kocnfft.   wbo  was  a   member
| of a recent Oerman expedition to the
Antarctic  and   has   had  experience  in
I Greenland, le t.> be the leader.     The
i Deut.--chland.  tmed   by  Fllchner's Ger-
; man  expedition,  has    been    acquired,
j and  l_ now In Trieste.
Admiral   Peary  said    thai    in    his,
opinion Professor Oberhutnmer'aability   and   forceful   personality    at     the
; bead rf the committee and the use of
: doi-5   by   the   expedition   are   factors"
tluit will work strongly for success.
NO   DANGER  OF  TYPHOID
__ AROUND GREEN  RIVER
���    Tacoma, Oct. 1.���Declaring that Intimations of a threatened typhoid epi- [
penn.i
lore' bail to be h��Kl at Kaslo. unless
they .ire hitched up by lhe first day
([ ���'��� ebruary, in the year of grace. IBM
ThlB  Btrange  compact   is lhe result
of a visit to Fry I reek during the
Bummi r of a  number of  Nelson Ud-
u.s, who being on a wnplng Mpedl- j������ -fag^river"Water shed
,ion and out for a Un.^ofc p ty o* ae.      ot unraeritrd, I1r. Kd.
,he  poor b����hel��* ***$*:ftjjT  win Janes, city health officer, submit.
n, and cleaned and P0"^.0"^! ; ted   a   report   to   Mayor  Seymour    in
u       --.     !m""h tm-n-  which  he  gives  the  supply  a    clean
ihem occasionally and turn-i .=       _ .   ...**^
Mth '"branched   with  large  heads    of t|nn< j am more than pleased with the
vi,,i,*i colored   somet'i'ies white, this- |,rauy reception 1 have received.   The
tie like 'tower' at the i' -.limits Of the ,������.,, w|*| ,.onie when there Will be an
branch1 ���    I* ia pi'i"''1 as a vegetablo international six-hour day.
ni ih.   I*iil"d St'it'-s  aud especially In	
v.. ,,,,    The I'alcV' ned receptacle and ; HAS DISSOLVED CHINETE
'es :,- the Im.'i.ui'P flower is    .he
portion  Wlttm.    The plants are prop'
illR    OUt
some  batohSB
gated first by seed, sown In a hot hed
In March, und plimlnd out at distances of from 4 tn B feet.   It Is hardy,
hut  in  oold climates it  Is necessary
to draw the leaves together anil earth
Up around   them,  anil  later  to  cover
the tups with litter.   A favorite method of cooking, Is In boil in salted water antl  serve  with  melted  hotter or |
a white sauce.    In Kurope it  Is    also!
���eaten   rnw   as a salad     The bed    In
which tt ts propagated rontlnur-a pro- '
dUCtlve for several years.    Seaweed is
an excellent manure.
The lndv who spoke tn The Npwb
nn the subject was certain a lucrative
liiiBiiiPss In nrtlchokes could be worked up In the Fraser valley.
STEAMER  SERVICE FOR  ISLANDS
nnd Other edibles dear to the tummy
cf hungry men folk. This sot some
Of tbe boys thinking, and arterward-
talklng, a decision being arrived at
_, ..n.,-- - j which   endorsed   the   conjugal   state
LOAN  AGREEMENT Und  condemned  Uie lone existence.
  A   run pact   was   thereupon  entered
London.   Oct.   I.    The   Hrlt'sh   gov-   into   by   six   prominent   bachelors  of
iniment announced the dissolution of Ffy Creek-to ba married <tti or be rare
Lhe rinncse Loan agreement from tho fust day Of February. Mit. or in
which the United States withdrew its   default thereof such defaulter to ion-
mpport   some   time  ago.    The  agree-1 tribute   the   sum
ment had not worked to the satlsfac-
ion   of  anv  of  the five  powers  con-
���irned. Oreat  llritain. Oermany. llus-
���<ia. France and Japan
Tri^BhnuU Wll of health.   Commissioner l.awson
ot doughnuts ,������,,.-, ��� .���-nr, ..������ i���lin Weln-
i has received a report from John Weir
! 7ir, 'bacteriologist at the University o!
��� Washington, to whom was spnt samples of the Green river water before
and aftc- treatment.
I Bactf "iolegist Weln7lr reports that
there '�� no sewage contamination or
clon ' icc'UI In either of the samples.
t\**ri that t'.ie water is pure and palatable.
ici oeiauiui  iw >���-"-   _.,.���,����� ....    rauep-%
o,  |M   towards  the   RAILW*Y ��"LPC^0ENSC
TROUBLE  AMONG  SOLONS
expi uses  of   a   bachelors'   ball  to   be
held  at Kaslo  some  time after    that
  date.
nee ami japan. I     And   a   further   agreement  wbr cn-
Ttii�� Ilrillsh government took the torril Into which makes it obligatory
nlliatlve In the dissolution, tt Is ex-;,lpo��� luly member of tho compact to
ilimiid. because cr the failure contribute a tiirther sum of $50 to
" cbsrrve its spirit, having made of i|u, dance fund unless they are tn dou-
'he agreement  Simply an  instrument   D|P harness on or hefore thc firBt day
against the Interest, of liritish flnan-  0, September   1914. so that falhrre to    ,hurcn aileKltugnlI ,llu w���,m
"rs be  mnrrled  within  a  year entails an   whlrh w_rp ratPI,nriP1,iiv    MniiiHataH
The  flvo powers  still  act   together  exl)���ndltnr,, of ��7B In ?ood<hard cash. OT^ES B,^JT^wS
i, making loans to the   -hlnose gov- _. |M Hopk > ab ,
ernment   for   general  administrative        LANGARA LIGHT WORKING       i church ended by moving for the im-
purposes, but each of the powers hai   I mediate return of all Information, let-
| been  left  free to Support  any  of Its   Powerful Aid to Mariners   of   North  tars,   agreements  tu  connection  wtth
I "HUenu In f'.oalliiR loans for railroad i        Pacific   Coast   Established   cn      | the deal now ponding and that Mr. J.
Toronto, Oct. 1.���A storm which
has bepn brewing for weeks broke at
the session of the board of control,
when Controller Church, supported by
Mr. Foster, made an angry attack on
tho other members of the hoard on account of the conduct of thc negotiations with Sir William Msckensle. Mr.
Church made allegations and charges
Pr'.Mte Company Wlll Join   In   Con
.fV^rL^t^m^^^-h^i-^r^r^H't * *. or.g , wra: ^��5��fe��s
���n  steamer rervlre Is about   I" he  in-  ,���   ,������,,   (.hlnn   money,   but   such     t
niimiMtefl    in    connection    with    the, 3crnnible Is In progress.
1,ln - giving the resi-;  	
BIXBY   CATE   ENDTD
W. Moves he ctlled before the board
of control to advise its to whether or
n-^i* the experts' report has been sub-
Itted.
Sannlch   inter,"'hTS   _.	
dents of '.lie flplf Ishnds noch tran,
portnt'oti rtolllttes es will enable
iliem to ���"���""'to daily visits to Victoria,
This 'i."niii p'cva not c.lv n boon to
the ri'ptrlcls thus rerved. but to tlle
trn-^ei'nicn of the cltv. "ho wilt thin
find 'heir markets extended to no In-
cr'iilderahle extent.
The service wlll be run l)i��twe��r
llr��n bay nnd the fidlao��ht Islands
Including also Cowlohnpi Mill Hay and
Orofton. The chief Islands served
will be Unit Soring Island. Mayne In-
lnnd nnd flahrtoln.
Th" system will lw operated by n
titivnte firm, but Ihe time schoilnle will
lie to arranged as to fit In with tho
���eiost northerly point of the Queen
''hnrlotte Islands. Is now In operation.
It�� wtrnlns shafts noting ss a guide to
n'l muring plying the Northern Pacific in the latitude of I'rlnce Rupert.
The Lan^era lighthouse ls ore of the
mos! solidly constructed of the ever-
Increasing concrete structures that
guard our rockliound shores, and the
light finishing from Its topmost plna-
de ts of great penetrating power, be-
Mil'i'-rin'rr. Fried and Sensational Jon-
i    cull Pesort Chiroes Fall to Pieces
Ioi  Ain*;rl"s,  Oet.     1.   -The    .t'lrv's
'vmllot of not guilty  set  the  million-1 --^ -���---- t    ,      ,
aire. George H. Hlxbv, free, and ended '
���he case of the Jonquil resort, with IJJ flnTflVThe'moVt'^worfnt'to "be
t�� parade cf girls before the grand ifonn(1 on ,ho on,|rH ,^ ,h of the pn.
Inry and courts, Its Indictments and olflo -(mi,, Mariners wlll know the
conntiir qbargse of blackmail and Hte t-lingara light '"��� )"��� K*i*)*\-***y.in*rit] 0f
maintenance of a man-ttsp by a eo-l- fiRgjJ every five sccrnds. The pow-
terlo cf young men for the catching Urtul fog alarm, which has a much
or wealthy men. "lUxbv vs* nec.nsed different nmver of nenetratton. gives a
of contributing to the delinquency of blast of fl-o seconds, with a silent In-
girls. Iterval of 55 seconds.
1'  -
TORONTO PROPBRTY IS
LEASED AT  HIGH   PRICE
Toronto. Oct. 1.-Negotiations have
been completed wherebv the southwest corner of Bay and Wellington
streets has been leased to Wm. It.
Urock Co., l'mlt-ed, 'or e<tht vear-
ind oleven month* for the sum of
$236,333,33. ,       ;;.:;:
For the period of'iteven months no
less than $29.3:.3.33 wlll be pa<d, while
the eight years will be at the rate
ot $i)2.000 per annum. The property
has been assessed at $296,588 of which
$117,650 Is placed on the land on Bay
streot and $90,000 on the budding.
The Wellington street land Is assessed al !*-8,9.S and the building $50,000
.....
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, ItlS.
ATTRACTIVE DISPLAYS
AT THE EXHIBITION
while In California, where one of those
machines Ib set up. Ills boots needed
repairing and lie went ln to watch the
operation, not fully decided as to
whether he would patronize the shop, shew,
The  manager  asked  him  to  take off I
man ?    (Indicating Mr. Ahearn.)
Witness���1 see him every day.    He
did not tell me.    lt was Chief Brad-
The local firms represented lu the I farm.    There  are  a   score  or  so  of
d.splays in the  industrial  building at animals   lined   up   to   be  "took"  and,
i .j  exhibition   grounds   have   excep- j while it  required  twenty   seconds to
i -nally   fine  exhibits  this   year  and ! make  the  exposure,  lhere  wasn't    a
Li   have   Shown   moro  than  ordinary I move  In   the  whole    bunch.    Listens
laste in arranging. I like  hypnotism   on   somebody's   part.
McAllisters  Limited j Besides being a good commercial pho-
,,       . ..      . , , , ,,   tographer and probably a hypnotist
One of the richest  and  most strik-1 X1^   f ,.   "  ..'..    ,....
Ill,, section of the lower lloor Ib that
i-upled     by     McAllisters      Limited.
Ihls boots and let hlm see then) anyway. He handed the first one over,
I und on giving up the second, waa pre
sented with number one completely
I mended.
Bryson & Sons.
Monarch ranges form the principal
I furniture of Ilryson & Sons' exhibit,
Gave  Demonstration.
In response to Sir Charles' request
Hong demonstrated the blindfolding
process.
SL- Charles- Hid you give a yell, or
shout  or holler?
Witness -No. I don't holler nnieli.
The Court���Where did the tall man
get  the handkerchief?
I Inspected.     It   wua   light   enough   to
| sec.
In  tho afternoon  the  witness  Per-
. gueon,  who identified  Macnamara us
the man lie had seen trying to crank;
.Mr. Trapp's automobile, repeated  ills
former  evidence.     He   was   subjected
to   a   rigorous   cross   examination   by i
counsel for the defence.
After examining  'loin  and  Stanley
Trapp  court   adjourned   until    10:30
this morning.
v.uoae showing of furniture, carpets,
tloclricul fixtures, etc., it would be
Lj.d to surpass. In one portion of
s exhibit u breakfast table is sei
lu exceedingly tempting fashion, with
.iical  t Luster,    cot tee    percolator
| Mr. Leash is some inventive geniu
and lias one sample of the work which
lie does with his l-ong Tom camera,
whicli is capable Of taking a view slx-
ft. Ion gly thirty inches wide and
which he bull! himself. Many of his
pictures being shown at the park will
later be removed to the B.C.B.R, stations  here  and   in   Vancouver, where
and certainly   they  could    not
chosen  from   their  line  of  stock,    a
more  useful   or   efficient     article.     A
good many of tlieir heating stoves and
tools are ot Canadian   manufacture,
Twelve years ago they were known
liere under the name Of llardmau *_
lirysoh, this being changed to Ilryson
Ar  Sons four years after   their    coni-
huve I     Witness--He got It out of the pock-
���   et of niy pants.
Sir  Charles���You   saw   the  hob
the vault, could you get through '.'
Witness    I   never   tried.     I   did   not
look much at. the hole.
Sir Charles*   Were the lights burning?
Witness- One light  was burning as
usual.   The vault light was not burn-
SOME RETURNS
in
SHOW DECREASE
mencenienl,  under   which   name  thev   j'ng
_....,.,.       .    ,        ��� , -.-.uo  ,,*����  mn,   .,.   ,���������������., prosper as only  a reliable and    well      sir Charles    You noticed that  par-
and other handy electrical appliances, \ J* u   "   '�� '-V*"'      ' "    ' , established tlnn can. ticularly?
.   demonstration ol the ease and com-1, '   'hi.,,.',,,'.',,.',,'      V"*"^' Canadian Western. ,    WitneBS    Yes.  The one light to go
fort wuh which the modem meal may i * ����"����� ,    one of the moBt noticeable features downstairs was burning.   1    saw the
b_  prepared.    Adjoining tills is some i Todd s Piano House of the Canadian Western Lumber com-1 clock stood at half past three o'clock
particularly fine mahogany furniture j AJj important feature of J. It. Todd's pany's exhibit was the llr veneer. This ; when I came into the bank, lt was 'Ju
and further along leather and mission -exhibit is the collection of Edison ha ,j,e only company in the west who'minutes to tl o'clock when I got to
luniture that ia second to none.'Phonographs for which he is the sole undertake this branch of work. No the police station. I looked at my
beautifully rich carpets and handsome '"Kent here. These instruments ure hardwood is used bv them In this ' watch. It was the tall mun who tied
Lidis beds complete the display which  espcially   notable   for   their  diamond  work    Thev are well known as beUl*   me to the chair In the cellar. Two of
points and    automatic    stopping    ar-   lhe  iargest" saw   mill  iu  Canada, and
rangement.    Tills  firm   is  sole agent, have  a   da|lv   0���tput   of  one   million
for the Singer sewing machine, a num-  fect    They are manufacturers of sash
ber of which are on view.   The most  and lioora   veneer    panels, laths,   and
attractive of these Is a minature ma-|varIoua kUuls of lumber.
of  which  all  the  details
gorgeously lighted by electrical fixtures handled by this large firm.
Vancouver M. & G. Co.
Tbe  Vancouver  Milling and Grain
company,  which  recently  opened    a ... . ���
large branch in New Westminster, has '��hlne: ,01 w��,cn, al ne "���������� are
a striking display of a number of the W* and 1whlch   8 run & an���RP"
....,* -ua piouucts which it turns iprop,!l;' s,zed operator In the shape
out, prominent among  which  is    its I '        .       ,   _ ,
i.-.dl Standard flour, which has won Hardman s Bakery
_.._.! a name for itself throughout the j The name of Ilardman is enough to
v,-_t. This bouth is neat to a degree i��0njure up rolls and cakes, sweets
and is bound to catch the eve of everv ! aud jellies, in fact almost everything
,._-_erby, while as a publicity agent ! which panders to the lighter side of
,.,��� the many sterling brands whloh line's Internal economy. His exhibit
Ue Vancouver Milling and drain com-, hus a great variety of wedding und
,-.y places on the market it should | birthday cakes of intricate design and
-.. exceptionally effective. |!,n   interesting collection of pastries
Denny and  Ross !tliat bring up the  water beneath the
The well known Sixth street furni- tongue. Mr. Hardman has been wide-
lure men, Denny and Uoss, have >.y complimented on his display this
_...*ii tlieir usual progressiVeness in |year, but he takes it modestly, winks
i. .jiiking tlieir wares at tliis year's
NO DIRECT
EVIDENCE YE1
tlieir  wares  at  this  year's  the other eve and hints at big doings
UUT.    A   library  or  den  setting  that iat the 1H14 fair.
... .ites tired bodies to rest, forms one j The Fair.
...id of the exhibit, with the table,. The Fair is Indeed an appropriate
l-.i.p, fireplace, couch and comfy 'name for Mr. Loal's business, and de-
i .laus all arranged for a cosy even-jcidedly his stall does credit to its
...��� al home. A bedroom in bird's eye namesake. Tliis exhibit has a unique
i..aple and an especially handsome line of graphopbones, which produce
,. ...iig-rcom give an additional tone.the sweetest music from the most un-
: , a display that is well worth more expected places. The writing desk
than  passing  not ice. lias charms to soothe the savage beast
A. S. Mill6 & Co. using it.    The Fair is the sole agent
Of the exhibit of A. S. Mills & Co.  for the Columbia Oraphophones.   The
Ihe   paramount   feature   is   the  good  china here will delight ihe eye of   the
i  ,le which this up-to-the-minute mens severest connoisseur.
furnishings   house  has   shown  in   ar- Galbraith & Cons.
. .ugeineut.     I k.thes   that   carry   tile I    Galbraith ��.- Sons have been known
i.imp of the very latest in good form and welcomed in this part of the world
tailoring    arc    effectively    displayed,  tor over twenty years.   Their business
ill   hats  and  other necessaries    to  stands   unrivalled   for  solid   work  as
ma-tch.   Travelling rugs that bear the  well as delicate finish in all kinds of
mark of tiie highest grade are shown   wood.    A delicate inlaid table in    the
i re, togetiier with a number of smal- centre  of their  stall    showed    what
lr articles,  which  all  go  to  demon-  they could do in the latter direction.
raie the can- with whicli the house and against   the   walls   heavier   and
��� f Mills tclects thc stock for ils cus-
l.mers.
The T. H. Cmith Co., Ltd.
Occupying a dLiible corner. T. II
Smith & Ce., Ltd., hnve arranged lads' inantles. mllllm ry uiul furs In
such a catchy niutim. r that they can-
iiOt fail to attract the eye of the women patrons of the exhibition. The
i* lor., chosen and the general effect
i . bhe decorations are very pleasing.
Aiidcu  to  these  lines,  this  firm  also
(Continued from page onol
latter swore that he had no difficulty
In understanding him ur making him
understand  Kngiish.
An   Old   Timer.
Chung Hong was Ihen examined In
Kngiish by A.  H.  Macneil.  K. C.  for
jthe crown.    He said ne had  lived  In
British  Columbia   since   1882,  and   14
years and eig.u months in the servic
of the Hank of Montreal.    He remembered the morning of the robbery, entering the bank at 3:30 a, m. He opened the front door with his key and saw
three men, two tall and one short. One
tall man clutched him by the back of
the  neck.       lie   was  pushed   to  the
ground and then jerked up again     A
handkerchief   was   tied  over  ills  eyes
while the short  man held a  revolver
to his face a .0 threatened to kill him ,
if h" made u  uoise   He was then eon-
ducted down the stairs and tied to the.
chair by the waist and hands.
Got  Free.
Thut was all lie knew.    He managed
to   get   a   hand   free   by  5:3H.   got   his
knife out of his pocket, opened it with.
Ills teeth and cut the rope that bound
him.    He then run to the police station
and reported the rubbery.    "Hob'' was
the name of the policeman to whom
he reported the matter.
Saw No One Outside.
He saw  im one standing outside
rougher, if any of their work could be
called rough, specimens were display-
nl.    Ilesides tlieir factory here   they   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
possess  a   mill  and  logging camp    at | the street when be entered the bank.
Ltucoln, and employ about 100 work-
mi n.
Anderson & Lusby.
Anderson & Lusby are living up to
their reputation In iheir exhibit. A
huge tree root was appropriately
covered with logging tools, picks, axes,
books,   wedges,  etc     The latest form
Cross examined by Sir Charles Tupper Witness produced the handker
chief with  which he lind been blind-
L_________________-_____________-____B
Where did  vou  find  it   time after I   was tied up
the men were outside the room. 1 did
not see a policeman outside the bank
wher   I   entered.
Sir Charles -What did you do with
the rop"?
Witness -] can't find It. I told Mr.
Phlpps two weeks ago the rope was
lost.
Sir Charles- -What did you do with
j the rope that morning?
! Witness���I left it in the cellar when
1 went to the police station. They tied
my wrists tn the chair. It did not
hurt me. The chair had not arm
j rest.-:.
How He Was; Tied.
With the aid of a    straight  backed
chair from the court room   witness
showed how be had been tied.
His arms hung straight down and
ithe wrists were bound to the front
legs of the chair, then passed round a
supporting rung and made fast. The
: rope was also passed round his body
���and tied to the buck of the chair. His
legs were also made fast,
Not Tied Tightly.
Witness further stated that he was
not tied close to the back of the chair
which from the position of his arms
vas manifestly Impossible. He said
his less were not tied very tightly I
and it did not hurt him
Sir Charles Did they Bearch your
pockets to find out whether ynu had
a gun or a knife.
Witness   No.    I  lost  thai  knife In j
t'i"  haul:      lt   took   me  two  hours   to
g. 1 loose.
The Court���How long were the men
there after tying  you  up
Witness -About an hour and a half
Continuing in answer to Sir Charles
witness said It was net a clothes r pe
With   which   he   was   bound.     II   was   a
soft white rope.
Heard  Noise.
After be had reported the robbery
Chief Bradshaw came fin! t.i the bank
and   then   Mr,   llrynine..
Sir Charles    When you were bound'
in  the chair did  yi u hear    a    great
uo  * ��� ?
Witness-   I   heard   :���   noise   as   of   a
piece ol  iron  fulling down     I  did  not
hear a treat bung.    That was a short
There was
I Continued trom page onei
I will revive in the near future and that j
normal conditions  will  be  resumed.     i
Dominion   lands.   September     1913,
I $316.80;  September, 1912, $1._.'W.
The lands registration departmenl
shows the number of applications as
1,164 against 1,188 for September, IDIU,
the cash receipts being $9,038, Bgainot
$11,678 for September last year.
Mining lands for September, 1918.
and September, 1912, show considerable decrease, hut It may be noted
i that the returns for the half-year ended 30th September are greatly In excess of those for lhe whole of the previous financial year, the figures being,
respectively, $26,018  and  $1S,.47
'i'he  customs   receipts  show  a  considerable falling off. the figures being
$40,728 for 1913. und  $60,883 or 1912.
The city treasurer's report is as follows:
Sept.
Sept.
1913
1912.
Water  	
$ 4,403.43
$
6,494.86
Light   	
6,813.16
5,137.36
Licenses 	
864.00
636.60
Bldg.   permits. .
31.40
128.86
Plumbing 	
IH.uu
89.00
Garbage 	
302.86
402 80
Pollce 	
1,164.00
1.lis.70
Taxes, land
7 376.03
'-' 164. .14
Taxes, arrears.
..    2,846.42
449.61
Local imps.
l.li i
416.44
Local arrears
290.01
18.86
$24,206 69
$1
ti.ur.i 4i
Police Cases.
These numbered 122 during ihe past
month, the sum of .fllii.", being taken
in lines and forfeiture I f bail Among
the eases were ii i il in:: k and disorder
ly, Is of vagrancy <> opium cases, I-
of  bleach  c.f  Indian  act,   4  i f  Ml lull
and   abusive   language,   and   li   of
breaches of bylaws and ml seel lai ua
offences. The punishments Imposed
were: 17 sent to |a!l, l ci mmltted I r
trial, I hound over, -' withdrawn, In
25 cases no One was imposed. 28 esses
were     lined.     10     EU Ipi "el   '1     BCHtl 11'*' B
were Imposed and *iv forfeited ball.
Number cf Pu-nla.
The eehool attendai ce ior Beptem*
ber, arranged  bj   Secretary Cray, of
the school board, are hire given
No
John Robson 360
F   W   Howay         4^4
Lord Kelvin-Lister      "if>4
Richard  McBrlde   801
Herbert Bpencer          295
Queensborough 66
WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR.
���JSL
^^^^     641 FRONT ST.     ^^^^
OUT OF THK HIGH RENT DISTRICT
Fair Plums and Tit-Bits
THURSDAY.
Shoes of Quality. Kast, West, Leckie's are Pest.
See the exhibit, then come to the Depot, 641 Front
St. See the big Leckie sign at the corner of McKenzie and Front Streets. Waiting for you a courteous and efficient staff till 10 p. tn. tonight.
Free ! Free ! Free !
We have received $001) worth of Packard's famous Shoe Polish fur
distribution ut our discretion. Now listen', Huy one dozen Shoe
laces at lu cents, or shoes or slippers and the polled will be handed
to you. Or cut out tills ad., hand It to us, und we will give yo i
a -5 cent bottle of polish in exchange for it.
Avi
tm Bmi :
down    *,
or smell when I was taken
;rs. When 1 came up stairs
the  police station there was
snows   beddiiiR,   blankets   and   i|uilts'oi* washing machine was a feature of
I >at are the lasi word In their respec-  their exhibit,    lt is  worked  by hand-
Lve classes. 'wheels with a mangle attached to   the
Pacific Chocolates |tub-    There were also two flue exam-
Nobodv   in   the   weat   needs   to   be/P'1"8 ot lne Barnet refriRerator which
is probably one of the best on the mar
Is probably one of the best on the
market.
Lid thai the Pacific Chocolate coin-
i-any, limited, lias one cf the best set-
. p and eye-catching displays in any
��� f the buildings at the park. A back-!
1.round of white, nnd purple offers Just
"he Iuil required lo bring out the deep
brown richness^ Of the chocolate and
i .iiidy products of this big manufacturing house ol New Westminster,
i id children and grown ups alike stop
here to take a long look at a com-
l nation of boauty and toothsomenesa
that is unrivalled. Courteous attend-
: 'ice adds the final touch to tliis dis-
' iy,  which is a lasting credit to the
f rm  responsible.
Reid & McDonald
Yuu may think yon have everything
vou need till you cast a glance at the
tectlon occupied by Reid �������� McDonald,
the large men's furnishings house-
then  you   change   your   mind.     The
len's wear, travelling bags, and count.
"e_s other articles displayed here have
'u* im.st alluring way of telling good
dressers just what to do in tlie mat-
���'���r of selecting and wearing clothes.
They carry the hall mark Of taste and
are. besides, well arranged.
Westminster Brewery
With hidden lights shining from he-
James & McClughan.
The stall of .lames -i -McClughan
I shows a great collection of basins.
I baths, furnaces and cornice work.
|This linn is well known for Its excellence in all tlusmlthlng and plumb-
: ing. It has the good fortune to
j secure the agencies of such llrst class
Sir Charted	
yesterday?
Witness    In  my trunk. 1 kept  it.
Sir Charles    llo ynu reinem|ier who   I I	
told you to go    and gel  it'.' Btr,okt.
Witness The chief (Chief Brad- Brousbt back by Blr Charles to the
shawl told me. There were just two time when he entered the bank, wit-
in the trunk, the other one just the ness contradicted his former state-
same. , ment that he had  looked at the clock
Sir Charles���Did you see this gentle-1 to fix the time.    I- was his watch he
Years Have Changed
The   Sockeye   Run
Big Fortune Divided.
Toronto. Oct. 1 The will of lha
late Simon H. Tones, the well known
.Toronto man who ilW-<l in London,
I England, wus Rled for probate tbli
afternoon, Tlie estate amounts to
i $704,AGO.08. The i ntire property is
'equally divided between tbe deceased's
! two dau^Uers.
SADIE FRASER
Mus. Bac.
Singing,   Piano.   Theory.
Kor TermB uud Hours Apply at
i Studio,  1011   Hamilton  Street.    Phone
1319 R. (I'.iT.'l
l"p and
enade the
down, dowu and up. prom-
crowds on    Sockeye    Hun.
naturedly,
established IJostling, nol  always good
I between the narrow confines of    the
boy friend of ours dovrTT-So-ck^ye-Rnn.
and compared with what i' used t*>
cost when we were boys, the young-
strr spent little indeed.
The man who got us Into his plcturo
show of two "heroes of the prize ring,
and all for one little dime," kept us
for  live  minutes  until  the  nine-year-
Imanufactures as the  Malleable range!
'and Rival furnaces.    Messrs. James &
i .McClughan    have    been
"'"     SBrackma'ivKer' Company. |rf>WB ol tents and stands, listening to
Th,   exhibition   would lose an old V**** l",rnB ?,ld Rotigs striving to   at-
and  valued exhibitor  if it  wcre pos- **�� attention; listening to the human
sible   tor   the   llrackinan-Kcr   Milling ; "'l.^. - long* human  bu   ba      an ^   .^.^
company lo no longer    bring    lis   <.x.   disi .iilaiil   troi .   i ins a       .u can on his head    left    the    tent.    Ho
klbit.    As everyone knows ���ns firm tattj'����"�� h��d0^6   s     eC wouldhSre netting'to do with the hot
has  amalgamated   with  the  Western somehow  it nas ciKingiu.   aonieumiis ih    ,     Hl,or..*v
Canada Flour Mills, of Winnipeg.   Be-1 about it has grown old; we wonder It J���^"^  ����� ���,ecd us   "a
Yeurs ago  i.   was nol  the exhibits gnat big baby doll" for taethrowr
that drew us to the fair.   II   was the Some attractions   he   labeled     sjtln
Sockeye Run, with its surprises,    Its games", others he disdained to notice
wonders,   and    its     atmosphere     of at all.   And so .u, down .hrough the
Bohemia    We spent most of our time narrow lane of   Pleading,   shorting,
and all our money,hire, a merged bullying     spielers     Down    this    one
nnlless, but happy.   Now we go over time path of Illusion we passed, tl,
MISS A. MILL
DRESSMAKING
Fancy and Evening Dresses
a Specialty.
Room 11, Smith Block.
sides wan-houses here, this lirm has a I" .'* ourselv
mill in the vicinity of this city for
making rolled oats, In which about r>u
men are employed.    There are   other
branches ut Strathcona,  Calgary and
Wlnnlpi g.
Newton &  Greer.
The exhibit of Newton -. Greer con-
hlud, showing "the clear umber of"the] slsts chiefly of  paint,     with    various
QtentB ol the bottles, the pyramids
��� r the Westminster Brewery display
brighten up the whole section of the
Imil ling in which they are shown. Be-
-ides the beer turned out by this old-
established brewery, Non-Tox, Its temperance  product,   is   prominently  dis-1
samples of shingles painted over with
tlieir Bpeclal N a. O, composition.
This in claimed lo be practically lire
and wuter proof. It lias at any rate
undergone several sevi re tests with
success. The factory of this firm was
established at   Victoria ever Hi years
���'luyc-d. tlle whole  being striking and
attractive.
Photographic Hypnotism
There isn't a shadow of a doubt but.
"iat II. E, Leash is one of ihe best
commercial photographers thnt ever
"truck the west, while it still has to
be proved lhat he isn't nn artful hyp-
ago, und Ihe fact lhat I, is .-nil going
strong is In Itself perhaps the most
satisfactory lest possible of their
paint.
Goodyear Welt.
An interesting exhibit was the Goodyear Welt machine for repairing footgear.    The machine  will  be Installed
noUst" as" w:eli. "His"exhibit upstairs U'1 *������>}������ city after the exhibition. Shoes |sting
Pf ���. ^^^^^^
the old enchanted ground, and find its pad, so narrow that the man with the
surprises flown. Us wonders fakes, rings could throw liis cigarettes to
and ,,s Bohemia a very Bboddy li ,��� the girl iierpss the way. The minia-
hernia indeed. What is the matter? ture railway and the nigger above the
It is the coming of the Critical Spirit water tank caught his fancy for a
But the Critical Spirit has possessed while, but all the rest had paled. Minot those of older years alone, but alio loo had become possessed of the
has spread and taken hold    upon the Critical Spirii.
children.   Tlo* crowd of all ages that      Wa didn't  know  whether In admire
passed  through  lhe lane  behind    the or pity him for the way he had sized
bleachers  at  Queens  park  yesterday, up the  Hun.    Still, as memories    <,f
was curious still,    bul    very   critical, charmed hours spent on this enchant.
The harsh    voiced    women    l'i uud    it ed  ground  years ngo, cntne back,   we
harder to entice the "boys" to "take thought of the adage   "where    igiinr
Jnst one chance,'' and the taunl "Aw ance is bliss, 'lis folly to be wlsu," and
be a sport."  hud    lust    its    one-time almost longed   for the return   of the
lha  "boys"  smiled  und  passed days before the advent of   the Critical
you wait and to   on.
The Critical Spirit overhung the
. jean bo repaired whil
sr^Hn^^ai^ th.s .tan xrotu^dT^r^^day ��� .o,.k, ,,, ,,.,1
rta herd of prlto cattle at the Colony, [ circumstances   that   oocured   to him      >eateroa>
the Industrial building has, among I ���>*���" '���"��� ���ft"****** ��.""- .���"" ���������"���. "���"- -.��|���-���     ������  - --...--
uy interesting features, one unique |your_ InHtinK satisfaction.    A spectator   whole  route, as the spielers found to
Spirit.
Hul these days have gone, and with
them have taken all that was good of
the once famous Soclteye Run.
Hylsop Crab
Apples
Fine for preserving,
4 lbs 2.--C
Cape Cod Cranberries,
per lb 15c
Lambard Plums���
Per basket ...:..25c
Per crate   75c
Italian Prunes���
Per basket  25c
Per crate   75c
Fine Cooking Apples,
5 lbs 25c
We are ready for your
October orders.
DEAN'S GROCERY
Phone 386.
Burr Woe       Columbia Street.
SOME FAIR WEEK PRICES
Ladies attention!     Rubber  fOOthOldS, Sll Hl/.cs, Tne  value for
Ladles, the Hyan Hoot, vici kid sewn, stub toe. $1150 value . .
Mind the baby, black and  tan '.'ac flippers, Hfic value, pair  ..
Youths Hoots for school  wear, (IZeS 11.  1-  1-. values $2.60,
Kor men,   The Harry Bool, made In L S A . 16.60 value
ad. and get any size for  	
The Young man, Ames Holden inappj  dress boot. $-1 60, p
The Wee Kid. strong box kip boots, with kickers, 4 to 6,
Hoys' school boots, strong and durable, Rltei 1 to 6 	
Travellers' samples for men. $6.00 to $7.00 values. Your p
For the Holld man. the K Hunt, world famous.    Sole agents
Men give ear, Bulldog Rubbers, jilt, value,   per pair ..
Men. the Hyan  Hoot, strong and durable, $6.60 value for
Kor boys anil girls, 600 pairs l��'X kip boots, sizes 7, s, ti, ]i
Slater Hoots. K W . black and tan, any pair in the store fo
Value to $7.00, I ui  hand  us this ad  to show   thut  It  broil
fJiini Hoots for Men. knee length, any size  . .
25c
S1.9S
55c
per pair
S1.45
sent thin
95
3.45
95c
51.75
53.95
the C ���*���
50c
51.95
51.25
54.95
V(��ll
53.45
530.000 BTOCK  TO SELECT  FROM
OPEN FAIR WEEK UNTIL 9.30 P.M.
Ticket Sale Opened for the
Provincial Exhibition
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Queen's Park, Sept. 30, Oct. 1. 2, 3, and I. 1913.
Membership tiriiets, ed,tits, $���;   .     dren. $1    On sale at the i   *
ager's office. Industrial building  ���. i-,.k   Ry^i's Drug Store. T.
a  Mulr ����� Co.; i�� -: Curtis i o   u |   ... ,.,,,,.   ,    ,  (: ;,���   ,  ( ,,_
lumbia street; ('. A.. Welsh, BM i ;,.,.,, , .... . ( ,-,.,.,., r ���,- Hlll.
Columbia Street; W. F BeggB A \ i, . ,. ., ��� .. , . ,,.���,,.,,.
Hank of Commerce, Nels Nelscn, 1,  \ i, ,. ...   v j Uvy, Press Ager.l
Automobile tickets, with chauffi        for thi   .......
Express and dray wagons, with di  fer, Vr the week, '1
Horse Show tickets, boxes of foui   teats, for the   ���   ���:      li     li
served Beats, au cents.
Si-h!  plan can  be sen  and  *       *     btalned al   II   Tld       'i
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL   AND   INDU&TBIAI
SOCIETY.
C.   A.   WELSH,   President
D.   E.   MACKENIE,
Manager and  Secretary,
Look for the Big V
On the nexl sack of flour you buy. It Is the trademark of
I'.ii'.rh Columbia's greatest inllliiiK company and ol the
fill'   I  floUl' Iiuule
ROYALSTANDARD FLOUR
Iloyal Standard Is made Iii u modern factory turning oul
BOO barrels per day. The factory runs day nnd nlnht to
supply the dctnund. Before buying grain we analyze tbe
choicest samples from Alberta and Saskatchewan. Rrlnd
tbem Into flour, bake actual bread with them. Only wheat
that makes perfect loaves Is purchased, That accounts for
the di ItctOUB iinlfortnltv. of Hovul Standard
ASK   YOUR   GROCER.
VANCOUVER MILLING AND GRAIN CO., LTD.
New Westminster.    Telephone 1483.
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ORDER   YOUR   SEATS   FOR   TONIGHT
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.
News'Sport Page That Everybody Reads
LACROSSE   :-:   CRICKET   :-:   BASEBALL   *.-.   BOXING
WRECK   WILL  DELAY
WORK WHOLE YEAR
30 MINUTES OVERTIME
FAILS TO BREAK TIE
DRAWS snu
LARGER CROWDS
Nt.'.hcr New Westminster Ner Coquit
lam Could Ccore Ooal In Coccer
Match  Yesterday.
shall,   the ('o*|iiilluin   backs,  broke  up '���
ull i uslii S, 	
ttuawoioM ought   io  have pui  tin-  Procter
(loyal)   In   llle   lead   in   the   overtime   hup aft
{.lay ou two occasions, alihou-*.h on the
liinl  instai  a glarlni piece of lifter-
ference by a Coijulllam half was lost
sight of. lu the second be missed the
bar by inches, uIUioukIi  iikIH Iii front
ci goal.
McNaughton a Feature.
McNaughton, the ttover hair back,
wus iiu feature of tb" Westminster
contest was teuin, Mac playing a wonderful game
one ot iiie best seen on local grounds throughout lha whole session. Stacey
for some little tlm", although by rea ulso waa iu tine -hape, although mar-
son of the local^jlayen being selected red his previous Ivors by several
fiom   the  city   league   leums   Instead  raiilly  kicks in  Uie  second  hair.
aggregation      Malting a draw anuiiiM  the leaders
I Continued trom race One i
DAM COMPLETED
AFIER FOUR YEARS
(Continued trom pai;e onei
Ottawa, Oct. 1. The total wreck of
the steamer Serenes engaged III conveying supplies for the Hudson Hay
railway work at Port Nelson, was re-
ported to the department of railways
t'lh; afternoon by wireless.   Nu Ureal
wi re  les,.    The  steamer Alcazar returned from Nelson and brought news
forward fram Hattle Harbor, Labrador.
The  vesel had  a cargo of 2,284  tons*
of  bituminous coal.  188,000    feet    of
lumber ;.ud parts of the man rial nee-!
��� ssary f*ir the wireless station at Nei- j
son.    H will delay the erection or the:
station till next year.
Playing   thirty   minutes   overtime,
New Westminster and Coqultlam soccer leums battled to u draw yesterday
afternoon at   Queenl   park,   neither I
team succeeding to penetrate the net
Taken on the whole the
Uf   III"
of   being   one   individual
aome  woefully  lack    of    combination
crept Into the play at times.
i uqultlCIn displayed u better combination, especially the defence divls
Ions, but were forced io take seoond
place to the dashing tactics of tin
Hoyals.
At the conclusion of overtime play
si ine dispute crept Into the proceedings, Westminster wanting to continue
llle game, while Coqultlam, Riving the
oxeuse that one of tbelr players was
< ii the ground with injuries, refused
to secede U> the demands or the local
men.
ot the senior division ut tlie Vancouver  and   District   league   be  regard"'!
us a creditable performance i f ihe
Hoyals, considering (be fact that sev.
i ral of the player.) bad never played
with such un aggregation before.
(Ieorge Cayd-lon was missed on the
let, wing, while Dibbs in centre posl
lion   would  have   allowed   Jock   Hruc.
io join tbe halves where he ould bare
been useful both on ihe defence and
ou the uitack.
Weather   conditions   were   excell'Mit
f:, tin* staging ol the contest, a crow::
or iio  less Ihan   200  being  In  attend
or Vancouver, bavlng a mis
��� clearing on" ol th" hurdles,
although she pluckily held on to tin*
animal, Bhe was greeted with oheeri
when she u;;ulu mounted and continued the contest
One Protest Only.
So lar only one protest bus boi I
mad", this being last evening wheu
alter the judges bad awarded a iir.;:
lo John Savage, of Westham Island,
lu the "best four horse team" dais.
It was -luted that Mr. .Savage hul
combined with Hon. T. W. Paterson in
entering two horses each. This will
be decided by tlie Judg, s who will investigate  the   protest
Applause greeted the entry of the
six horse team from the Colony farm
or tlle pr< vincial government. This
entry was an exhibition one only, com
petlng for no prise, although the el
forls or Mayor (iray and Chairman K.
II. Cunningham, or the horse show
committee,   in   Inducing   Hr.   C.   E
Alderman   Kellington, of   the sports  unco throughout the two hours play.
committee brought the wisdom of
Holi man into play by tossing the coin.
Westminster winning the handsome
medals.
Knd I: ������nd play featured the lirsi
half until McAllister tripped an op
jn in nt who showed signs of goto :
through, a penalty being awarded.
Tommy Miller, the Scottish  Interna
tu nal, was selected tn perform 111"
tuck, bul Birch Held, Of Sapperton.
pulled off n greal save,
Second  H��lt.
in   the   second   half   Westminster
v.i re oontlnuall}' ou the offensive, but.
the sterling work of Miller and tier
The Teams.
Westminster Blrchfleld, goal: McAllister, right bock; C. Klrby. li f
back. Staoey, McNaughton, M tfkle
John, halves: Corlnduff, Mel,''id
ihawen is, Bruce. Oralg, forwards.
Coqultlam   Worrell, goal; Marshall,
right beck; Mil., r, b f, bsc :: Md	
nan. Millard. Pannen'er. halves; Tel
bert. Thompson, Ulack, .lohnson,
i lu i-j e, forwards.
I', fen e. Tlm Mahon] Uni smen, ll.
Tfdv, '.'''. Westminster; W. 'I'-n'ev
1 ������ Hani. (Val umpires, il. McLaren,
.\'-. Westminster; W. Johnes, Coqult
lam.
para,ion ot the site fur the dam an
undertaking Involving the removal of
'.ast quantities ol matencl, the tuar
ing down (if hills, the driving cf twe
large  tunnels  through solid granite,
und tlie erection of two towers in con
necllou with tin* tunnels. One of these
provides the intake for tlie New Wet
minster water service; the other, the
outlet for lhe wulers of Coiiuitlam
lake. Otherwise i.IcbimI by the duinmiir;
of tbe Coiiuitlam creek valley.
Sluicing of material Into the dim
by the list, of powerful hydraulic mon
Itors. v.as commenced a year ago thi.
month and was finished early in July.
Since that lime, Superintendent I). L.
Albert, and his men have been engag
id. with a reduced gang, ln cleaning
up the works and rip-rapping the
walls. 1 his lias now been completed
and ouiy the top requires to be fin-
lihcd orr, a minor task that will be
iefl for unotiier year.
li.   P.   Petersen, contractor  for the
Dohorty to exhibit the s.x bone:: were   construction of the spillway, a trench
appreciated by the crowd when these Ugo ICl.t  wioe and f.fteen feet deep in
"   ::* "������''��� '���""'��� ';-'  l: ���-���'������I *'������������   ���l *   tha BC)Id rot.1(i wjn complete his work
b)    Suturday   nlgbt,   when   bis   camp
| will  also  close.    A   steel   bridge has
to ul placed in position, spanning the
'spillway  and  connecting   the  top  of
Amusing testurea   al   ih"   evening |tno ,,.im wU)l ,h��� road t0 ,-.,,, Bluice
TIDE  TABLE���FRASER   RIVER,
For the Week  Ending C'jndsv. Oct. 5.
'i'.i
Westminster.
Time.
High   I-ow.
5:10 0:40
17 60 13:10
610 1:35
IS:15 18:40
7:10 2:50
18:46 14:13
S:10 3:40
19:15 14:25
K.10 4:25
1H:45 15:10
10.15 5.15
20:15 15:40
11:25 6:15
20.45 16:45
Sand Heads
High. Low-
Time, lit. Time. lit.
4:'l<i 11.7 10:24    8.8
lii.Ah 12.7 23:05    4 0
6:10 12.3 11:13    4.2
17.16 18.8 2.1:44    2.7
6:10 12.8 12:01    5.2
17:45 12.8
7:09 13.0 0:25
18:15 12.6 12:411
8:10 13.0 1:10
18:46 12.3 13:30
9:15 12.9 1:58
19:16 11.9 14:32
10:24 12.8 2:48
19:47 11.2 15:46
RAI
AND
stab
llabment wen. trotted in through   the
gale.    The   lean,   will  leave Rr    the ,
( blcago show soon.
To Amuse.
ih"   evening j
f.r.d what :
MORE LACROSSE
West  Ends  Will   Play  All  Star Tean
Today at the Provincial
Exhibition.
���n Crifrith, a watch, $H'i. a rfbld chain
and :'���  Stick pin followed the match.
Creepier and  his friend started for
Buffalo,   I ut   were   later   arrested   on
IInformation furnished by the victim of
iih" hold-up    Extradition   has   been
I granted snd Oraenier Is new- held in
Buffalo jail, pending  the completion
' 'lie necessary papers.
Knds won nasi mblod
wll.-,
br,)*,
na*i*i4*i   a
,.   ****i   In
Kor   the  second     lnne     thia  season
V*. "ut Kuds, Intermediate champions of
tbo City ami probably well capable ot
i ven trimming the v. a. C. for the
Mann   cup   bad   they   tbe   i ham e   tl
challenge, ibis afternoon will meet on
���id sur twelve selected from the pick
nt Ihe city league teams ,i'gethi-i
with several of Ihe senior amateurs.
The la_4 occasion these two team;
nu I   wa-'-  on   Queens  park   during  the
In,, t-oboi Day celebration when ihi
exh bltiOD dished oui b) the Ikl-s ��������
.i pltatuuil surprise to the thousand
< f visile! i In Ole (ity thai dny.
\t   thai   Line   the   W
i mi  .n ,be last minute ol  pla
Storms ond     Loun.    Swngsi
awu.v from the check,, an,I
bUSM tt BfMMM- never b*fl
(Ul  lliterineillnle  gnme  tiere
ll Is OttlJ reasonable lo expert such
on   evlnbilion   a,   the   fair   Ihls   after-
noon, fir not only  were the ell-stora
sore , mr tht- resul, or lbe ljibor Day .
game, but  they  were still mighty sorei"r
over seeing  those  handsome  locketaMV
handed out  by  Alderman  Ix-xld. [ai
The it A. *���.- l. soolety has arrangod
thla afternoon's contest us one of th"
('ally sp ti features m the exhibition
nnii us :>���, ircentlve tu the plavers,
twelve valuttblo gold medals are hung
np as ih" prize to the winners.
Th"   teams  will  line-up  as   follows:
Wesl   Bnds    Stoddart,  W.   Mortison,
M   Mern-oi.. it. McDonald, C Huff. M,
i.i iigtu-ed  G   Sangster, J. Allison,   0.
Feeney. T   Storme, B, l
9. Wurrsv,
FIREMEN 10
OWE D1SPIM
Show were many und varied.
the  riders,  drivers  rod  hor
nol    inrush    rUngntaster  Clements
could.   Lor   Instance,   last   evening
.   .. ral oi the horses appeared to d,s
doin  the low burdlOS, one even g ilng
so far as to snilT at the bruth before
turning the trick    with    a    star lln
jump.
Ti night's program will be varied iuil,iding il," Jumpers, ami also thi
;-.in*slcal ride In which local r. rls aud
boys wil! take part.
The  Results.
I iie results of last night wer ��� :i i f< I-
low fi:
Deal four horse team 1. .lohn Savage. Westham Island; 2. Brunette Saw
Mills, New Weetmlneter; :. Cunningham   it   Hell.   New   Westminster.
General city delivery, pnir. not less
Ihau 15 hands-1. C. A Welsh: 2. C.
a. Welsh, New* Westminster.
l(. sdster, single 1. Dr, L. TV
S'.v. lu'crtmi, Vancouver; 2. Dr. C. M
Henderson, Vancouver: **,, S. T. Te.-ze.
\ niirouver
Cenoral city delivery
,and intake towers.   The tracks cf the
'��|Coqultlam   Dam   railway   have   been j
i Said across tl.e summit of the dam t.
facilitate this work which wil! not b
I completed for about three week:: yel
by lh" contractor In charge.
Kd. Campbell, superintend' tr or tin
lake clearing work, remains fur a few |
weeks yet to complete the burning cf
I waste   wood  on   the  lake  shore,  thil |
vork being made compulsory by the
Dominion government.    He has aboul
-u men working.
EDISON THEATRE
Entire
Change of
Program
Daily
STEAMSHIP
Tickets Everywhere
IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO LET US ARRANGE YOUR TRIP BY LAND OR SEA.
FOR SAILING LISTS, TIME TABLES, AND
FURTHER INFORMATION  CALL OR WRITE
THE
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONES, Managing   Director.
Columbia Street, New Wettmintter, B.C
for D_  E   Brown.  Hope &  Mrifimlny
Steam hip  Agi-ntp,  of Vancouver.
Mil.,  iM-iet-r
B. C,
I tail way nnd
WHERE TO STAY
CANNOT ADVOCATE WAR
C rig,-ide From Number I Hall to Make
Run   on   Columbia   Street
Thlr;    Morning.
All-Stars v.' Coutti, W. Patchell. I��,
Gregory, G, Atkinson, ll. Battson, i,
Nelson, U. Johnson, B. Peedham, I.
''KMnbi'm. W, Dawe, J Olfford and t)
s��:,nM"i    Bpare, B. Cooper.
Tim Mahon; will referee,
Baseball Resulta.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Brooklyn-Philadelphia;   rain.
J
11.
1
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AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Hoston-New York; ruin.
At  Washington: !<���
Philadelphia   <���
Washington     '
Hoi hn and MeAvoy
nm' Alnvinllh.
At Detroit: R-  H
Cleveland     s   i2    **
Hetrolt      ���      4      2
Oress and O'Neil; Comstock, House
and (_lb��in.
Basketball Popular.
Thnt Pacific Coast Haiketball longue
taking in the cities   of   Bellingham,
New Westminster, vlctorlu and Vancouver should    Improve    the    winter
ort In this cltv ami materially old
bringing i" the attention of the
si-ortlng pUbl'o thn value and the
pleasure C this Indoor amusement
Bono stellar games can be expeoted
In tha v. m. 0. a. this coming season.
Thla morning at, 10:30 a. in. those
on   Ootnmbls   street   ��.!!
.. ���ii'S" ii dlsplAjr h> ths city fire tt*.
| purtmcnt. V��.w WeslmliiBlcr Is Ua**-
iiv proud of her pplciullil flre e<|nlp
linen, manned b> capable men. under
'the direction of Klre Chief IVi'.w*,
No. 1 flr�� hall will be the only on.
taking p.irt In the drill. There will
d run (lown Columbia street,
which will be long or short
according to the Ktnte ot the
traffic, und then back to the conic**
of Sl\:h und CoinmblH streets, where
the actual exhibition will take place
This w'H principally consist of the
ii -e of llie life-saving net anil the ,i,t
nerinl ladder, The bitter is nioun',1
on ,i motor Of s" horse power, and ,
when fully extended is about To feet
iii length. A 8-Inch hose with a 2-inoh
ni z'/le Is permanently fastened on the
a distance of ubout 40 feet,
being culled the wuter tow-
,er. This will shoot up a siren,n of
over 100 feet Tho force of the water
cun therefore be more easily Imagined
th"n  described.     There are  three  In-
takes to this hose which can be fitted to three hydrants simultaneously, |slstc
Lfhua giving a great volume of wuter.
Th" ladder is sented on a circular
moving pedestal near the front of the
ear, *tli when not In use Ilea doubled
!���" (���' llv chassis It Ik thrown up
bv releasing a screw nnd two cylln-
ulers each containing three spiral
-inr'nvs, ."re the motive power used.
i n.���',!,.��� ||,,. main ladder, th're are
jrnT'rfl on tiie same car Beveral small.
j���r ,yr /Ti, .-"i and 20 teet respectively,
n.lTha while weight of lhe nnvhlne Is
t ahei'l five snd one-half tons. The
1   h'-dmnt  tit  tlv   font of the  postofflce
lh
Cannot    Be    Christian    and    Su-.oor:
���       Stri'e  Says Secretary of Peace
Society
Victoria, Oct. 1.���Ur. William Kvans
Darby,  secretary  uf the  Peace socio
ty.   v bo   is   visiting   Victoria,  at   the
invitation  of the -Peace    Society    of
western  Canada,    addressed    a larg"
gathering  at  the  First  Congregational 1 hurch, presided over by the Rev
single, under  Uoiieri Connell, president of the Min*
I -. * 1 1, ..nils    1, P   Burns ���*.  Co
Ji in,-.".1: :;, P. Hums & Co.
Uulies' hunters 1. Hr. .loh-ston.
Vancouver; 2. B. Henderson. Victoria:
J, Colonel Meltae. Vancouver,
Hunters and junipers, heavy weight
-  I, T)r. Johnson. Vancouver; 2. J. B.
Johnson,   \ ancouver:   'i.   Colonel
Uu' 1,  Vancouver.
Pair Of roadsters    1. Dr. fl. S. K"C
lillge.
Saddle horses, under U..2 hands- 1.
Miss McRae. Vancouver: 2. F W
Rouusfel, Yanroini't, II, Mrs. Proctor,
VMironver.
PslT   of   high sleppen���1, Colonel
Meltae, Vancouver; '-  D. C. McOregor, -peao
Burnaby; ���'���, Robert Kelly, Vancouver ,    xhe fust pease society dated as far
Cnccrs. three years and under 1. \ jbdck an lbs days of Waterloo, prior
C Hummer. Ctiiniivnck: 2. ThtminB A | tu (( )b( b l.'me It setnled that the world
Titty. \ iiTtrotiver. [^-Ooopted   war  as   Inevitable  and   nees
 i essarv*. although evil.    He also told 01
Ithe recent peace congress at the Hag ;
lue,   wblcb  be lefl  about  three  weeks I
ngo.  after  taking  part   in  the  presen
THE CLUB
WHY AT
Hotel Dunsmuir
.     EIGHTH STREET ��.^.
Now Fullv Licensed. Alterations, et mpleted and
BAR and ground floor SITTING ROOM now open.
Only best brands Wines. Liquors avid Cigars stocked. .Comfortable, well-furnished voonui, each with
Telephone and hot and cold running water.
 EUROPEAN PLAN
2. J    isier'ul   -association.
lir. Darby expounded for two h'jurs
explicitly und minutely cn the burning
quesUon of international peace, inter-
CStlng greatly the large gathering. He
made bis meaning p(j-fectly clear, for
even a child to grasp, that to be a
Me-1 Christian, in t'.u. true sense of _ht
I word, one could not be an advocate
of war. He had tne b-est authority
tor stating that the late King Kdward
initialed the peace movement, and
lbat King George, like his father. w:i-
a man to Whom every tribute should
bi puid. and tbat his etforts and methods were all In    the    direction    of
BILLIARD  AND   POOLl
Rcoms ana Bowling Alleys.    I
Cor. Church and Columbia. |
six Standard Continuous j
Regulation Alleys. First-1
class reading and committee *
rooms.
Three    English    Billiard I 	
Tables, seven Pool   Tables,j_ .  ���     _, *  o   r��     1-    ���_l_____i
best lighting and ventilation jtiaSSam  raving l_X>.,  OT  IS. V*^   Limitea
of any Pool room on Pacific        ^ er, oi Hattam Coifaprested Concrete ^Peftentetiv
Coast.
MODERATE RATES	
Call and see artistic new iittings and fixtures all
made and installed by New Westminster -anns.
CAFE AND DINING-ROOM IN  CONNECTION
R. H. CORBETT, Manager.
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS fllHNISMPD
NVESTIGATE  MINES
IN COBALT REGION
A
nn
ual
inland  anil .IndCer for
the in -.-ile
Toronto, Oct 1.���To personally In.
vis-tlgale conditions In certain mines
iu the Cobalt region and secure a special report to be handed bad! to Interested partleK in Crent Rriiuin, Mr
.lohn Hare sailed from Bristol on th"
steamer Royal Edward for Montreal
on Saturday With Ml Hare are
coming Messrs ll. Burgess Watson,
Herbert K. Crnhhe and IWmar Fink-
ler The latter two are newspaper
men. and. In all probability they will
peiul report", from time to time tn the
various publications that deal !n
stock mutters on the other Fide oT the
water.
WANTED JOY RIDE;
NOW BRING CHARGES
Ti ronto.   Oct.   1.    Two    actresses*
playing at one of    the    locul
I union   cf   the   bust  of   King   Edward
Vli. at  the Carnegie palace of peace
and the astonishing interest tliat had
bieu  evinced  in  the  occasion  by  In-
fliK-iiliiil   people  from   all    over     the
��cild.     Hr.   Darby   made  a  pic   fot
International and social peace.   There
"as. he said, no hope for InternnUon
,1 pi ii i  near, from the in'-l;,'nt  ��i n
lu-   Individual,  and  only  through  an
���'.'���������'*-t   des're cn  the  part  cf  each
pors, n  could  the great  end  be  con
lummsti ii.
SWEDE  MYSTERIOUSLY
DISAPPEARED  FROM  JAIL
Gowganda, Oct. 1.���George E. Erie-
son, a Swede, whose arrest was asked
for by the Swedish authorities on
three charges of arson and burglary,
has made a mysterious escape from
the local lockup. Arrested by Provincial   Constable    Stalwood,  Ericson
burlesque theatrea, were complainants
In    the    polic    court    against  II, J.
Kitchener and K. H. Wyatt, who they |waa placed behind the bars. He was
charge with assault. It Is alleged bv | given a preliminary hearing, but made:
the girls. Stella and Elsie Agnes, that his disappearance shortly afterwards,
the young men invited them to go for | it was claimed thst friends of his had.
:'ii auto ride nler the performance and I threatened the authorities. Inspector]
they accepted, When the curtain I Powell made an investigation and!
dropped after the lust act the ad'en-��� found that the only wuy Ericson could
lurous girls hurriedly    donned    their | have  get  away  would  he through    a
���lentl-ey, Gallia I will be used for water power In
R
strret attire and  were hustled oft In
the wilting machine.
After skimming swiftly over the
silent streets for some time the girls
say  the  unto  waa turned  toward  the
BPOI
WAIT-A-MINUTB MAN 	
IS OPTEN  DANGEROUS
Toronto. Oct. 1. Tlmt It Is anything
but advisable lo comply with a Stranger's request on the street to "wait a
minute," was demonstrated the other
night. Victor Greenler and another
person, whose nnme hns not as yel
been ascertained, were returning to
Fort Erie recently nnd n'"t a man
nnmed Griffith. Greenler halted
Griffith and asked for a mutch. Griffith produced one, and as hn handed
It. over he found himself looking down
the barrel of a revolver.    According
display.     Serious   New    Westminster  country  roads  to  which  lhey  iitrenu-
flres i>r-_> remarkable for th"'r absence | ously objected.
ami the firemen   today   will    demonstrate the reason why and wherefore.
BOOSTING NORTHERN
ONTARIO FOR SETTLERS
Toronto, Oct. 1.--"Thnt a man ran
become n successful North Ontario
settler with but five dollars In his pos
session and a healthy constitution," Is
the c'alm of Chairman Englehart. of
tho T. ft N. O. railway commission,
who Is making preparations for n vigorous north country campaign, whlcn
wlll be willed next month by the railway company with the exhibition cur
nm'  mixed farming specials as alll-1.
The possibilities of the north, he
snys, rrn shown by the faot that several thousand tona of hay nre being
exported now every month while the
district Is generally engaged in mixed
farming.
Realty Sharks Arrested.
Saskstonn. Oct. 1���Herbert W. Garrett nnd Ernest A. Matthews, renl estate denlers hnd members of the Capl-
trl Investment company, were today
trrested upon n charge of false pretenses laid hy Alfred O. Armstrong,
who alleged they sold property to him
without being able to deliver title.
The young ladles say lhey demanded to be taken to their hotel, but that
the men persisted In going ahead, at
full speed, and did rot turn back to
h' le 14 Inches square. As hc weighs
175 DOUndS and would have to reach
six feet to get through. It looka very
suspicious.
PRINCESS VICTORIA
WILL RECOVER IN TIMT
Munich. Oct.  1.���Princess    Augus-
Itine Victoria, of llohenzollcrn. wife of
ward the city until the actresses be- 1 former King Manuel of Portugal, is ox
gall to scream and struggle.
STOLE THIRTY CENT8
FROM   HOSPITAL  BOX
To-onto, Oct. 1.���Harry Watson,
Hamilton, nnd Harry Mouncey, Hamilton, two deck hands on the steamer
Maoassa, were arrested by Deloctlves
Wallace and Newton, charged with a
mean theft. It Is alleged that the two
men went. Into Ihe city hull tower and
pried n collection box of lhe Hospital
for Sick Children off the wall. They
secured 30 cents from the hox, but
Detcctlvi a Newton and Wallace had
heen notified by the elevator mnn
snd tlvy were walling at the foot of
the elevator shaft when Watson and
Mouncey enme down.
pected. according to the phvslclnns lr
attendance, to recover "within reason
able time," renter Klmr Manuel. In
spite of the published reports tn the
contrary, has taken up his residence
at thc hospital where his wife Is un
der treatment.
Tho Official b',ll"'ln l=snrd todav
sivs: "Prlnness M-x^'atlrfn Vietor'a
fell IU on Bsptember 11 and Is suffer
'ng from rover '""1 .';.i*5*.r'.c svm^toiwa*'
The n-vnl rnt'ort was sent to tbe
ho-ult'i cn S"bte'"ber 22 on the ad
vice of her nhvslcians.
GIB?ON TO BE SAVEO
FFIOM CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
Ottawa. Oct. 1��� While no    official
Hnnrnbeeineiit has biwn wide It Is un
Wreek on C P R ''er-ttood thnt T. Gibson, the'convicted
Mooselaw, Sask., Oct. i -Trail No Toronto murderer, will bn saved from
4. tho Toronto express, on the Cana-1 capital punishment. Hon. J. C.
dlan Pacific, waa wrecked at 1 a. m. [Woherty. minister of justice, is he-
Wednesday morning near Gull lake. I Heved to be In favor of life Inprlson-
when three pnssengers sustained ml-1ment. and this view is. It Is said, taken
nor Injuries of cuts and bruises about', by the majority of the cabinet. A
the head. The express was running definite decision In tbe matter will be
with a defective headlight. given soon.
Clearance Sale
Greatest Opportunity Ever for People of thla District
to Obtain a High-Class Piano at a Fraction
of Regular Cost
Every Piano to be sold at a reduction of from 20 to 30 per cent off regular
prices, including Heintzman & Co. (Ye Olde Firme), Chickering Bros.. Hard-
man, New York; Wormwith, etc.
Slightly used Pianos of well-known makers at a discount of from one-third
to one-half.
Easy terms of payment arranged,
ment monthly or quarterly.
A small amount down and a small pay-
it
CALL INTO THE STORE AND STUDY THE PRICE TICKETS. IT
WILL MEAN DOLLARS TO YOU IF CONTEMPLATING THE. PURCHASE OF A PIANO.
MUSIC���Classics, Folios, Books, Teachers' Supplies 20 per cent, offi
Popular Music, 5 to 20 Cents Per Copy.
VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, ACCORDEONS, HARMONIANS,   HALF   PRICE.
If out of town and It Is not convenient to call at store,
fill out attached coupon, mail us same and we will send
particulars.
Columbia
Piano House
445 Columbia St., Nsw Wsstmlnstsr.
CyT THIS OUT.
COLUMBIA  PIANO HOUSE,
ew Westminster.
Please ta*'' mo list of clearance sale
bargains in Piano's and OrRsms aa advertised.
Address
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Classified Advertising
TUBERCULOSIS CATTLE   HUNTING BIG GAME
ONLY ONE PER CENT    WIIH CAMERA ONLY
FOR BALE
AGEMC1ES.
CI.ASS1K1EI-    A��S    WUA.    H'S    UK-1
ccived for Tse *ie..*.a at tlve follow- Two   V-tWCOUYEfi   HOTELS   FOR
���ing places:    K. T. HlM's 4r���� ��t'>re. I   sale :lt   right   price, 334   Blevonth
t&iH   Columbta   tsu-ettt:
���VlueenetMimutA. Kulii
A.   Spriee,
��������������������������������������������������
��� KATES ���
��� ��������������������^������������������i��
CiiHiHit���Ot*n tanul *t*r word per
���Slay 4c per vurtf per ��twk; 16c per
���snentb; MW worto. to be -ased as re-
���qulrod within aam raar tnxm ttatt* ot
contract.
nv AN TkO���estSKitL. OkHfcOUa
YOUNG l-ADY UKaiKKS POSITION
us fctenograpber. seven years old
country Bxjxetimat*!*. quick -iml accurate; moderate salary. Hox 2152
Daily Nows. (2152)
WANTKD--JAI��ANK3E BOY WANTS
housework. Ajn.lv Ja*xini*��i* luiaKion.
Sapperton. (2144)
Excellent    Chowing    of    Government  Politician  Naturalist
Tt^ts oa Vancouver island���1000      i    Alaska���Studied Varieties of Bears
street
12109)
of llie house. Previously three apart
incuts at the Bristol, Thirteenth avenue, liail linen looted umi throe suites
at Hie Hamilton, Fifth avenue umi
Denny Way. were robbed.
Chief or Pollce Dannlok and Cap-
��� tain oi  Detectives Charles  Tennant
'hnve detailed every available man in
Returns From | iheir respective departments on the
reeeni robherir s, but their efforts thus
far  have been  of no avail.
Head New Cattle in Province
FOR SAI.K - HOUSB PARTLY
dhJshed, and largo cleared lot, Edmonds.     Clear   loed.   Cheap   [or
rush.   Apjily owner, Oeorge Warn,*, [j^e" provh.
ISigbtcenth avenue, Kdmonds. (2140)
VQto SAl.li OH KXCXHANGB -FIVE
roomed modern house with furnace,
No. 712 tfixth    atreet,    also   double
oat-tor, corner Slxtb and Hamilton.
Apply asm) Kton street Phone Highland 1290 I.. (2128)
Victoria, Oot,  l -Protesaor W. T.
McDonald, Livestock oommissloner for
announced that wtth tne
caption of the Victoria district, the
whole of the herds ol cuttle on Vancouver Island have no* been covered
by the tuberculin testing,, with tho
remarkable and satisfactory resull
Unit less than one per cent, have had
n, be biauguicrud consequent on ie
a el uu. .ur, McDonald uoubls very
iiiueh if there is any oilier section of
the continent where such satisfactory
conditions prevail, in the north ol
the iBland BOO cows were tested with-
and Explodes Theory of
Glacier Dears
TORONTO AUTO HOP.ROr,
sixrecN choicest view lots
In the West End.  Corner 7th Ave. and 20th St. Half
block from Vancouver car.
FROM $800 UP.
Terms $100 down and $100 every four months.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
746 Columbia St.     312-315 Westminster Trust Bldg.
Phone 85R. Phone 85L.
WANTED���A nmmSBBD ROOM I.N
a private house; ma.lt; tf_rnis, etc.
llox 2150 News office. (2150)
WANTED���AU. K-NDS OK LABOR-
��rs' supplies. Oriental Contrar.tlu-js
Company. 41S tVe-simianler Truet
building.  <-l20)
WANTED ��� BOBSBEHO--D FUltNI-
ture in large *xr atnail quantities for
���spot cash. Witt cive full -value or
vTill still your tsc-usehotd goods and
���offec's by iiirfim WiH guarantee
to reallie value err no commission
chsrKed. H. J- Russell. Weetminster
Auction House. Kin,, a botel block,
Columbia street. t-it>4)
  Two Killed and Several Injured���Ma
chine Turned Turtle and r-aunht
Beattle, Oot I,   Tho so-called glao-' f,re
it r bear is noi a separate ami distinct ; Toronto, Oct 1. Twn men dead,
tpecles, but Is a freak variety of the one dying, and three others mere or
common black bear, assert.-, Qeorge \,,sg seriously Injured, Is ths toll 11
Bhlrua, former congressman and not- an automobile disaster which oicur-id'
ed naturalist, who returned from a 0��� tj,a Cooksvllle hill on ths Oundas
six weeks' hunting trip in the Copper rnui| when nlr ���,.,,. wi���.,,i ���r * seven-
livei ilistriel ami OU Admiralt) is- passenger touring ear oame off the
land, Alaska. axle, ciuisIuk the machine to swerve
"This statement of mine is based into ��� tr,,��� aml fllnK ttl(, 8ix ���,.,.,.,)a���w
largely upon Information furnished me |���t��� (���*���, road.
by Alexander llaselbourg, the Juneau ; William McKay and .lames Thomas,
bin game expert, who accompanied who were riding In ths rear neat,
line ou my trip," explained Mr, Shlfas. -were thrown manv feet over the Hide
"Mr. Hasselbourg has killed a num- of the ear, their death being Instan-
i her of glacier bears ami bought num-1 tanouus,
erouB skins from ihe Indians. In Walter Brooks, who was riding with
every Instance noted the glacier bear them In the same seat, was flung at
associates with the black bear. When least twenty feet from the auto and
observed as a cub the glacier bear when ricked up waa found to have
'has always heen tho froak of the Ut- the base of his skull fractured.
Ier, his hrnthtrs and Blstors Ih-Iiik * The bis machine, which was travel-
, ,   black." ling ai a speed variously estimated
:-.\'i*    riii.-ri'   iiuowtii   FIR acUan of the department, and as each     Mt.   ghlr08, lrip ,��� /M.|ska ,U1. ,���,-,������ twontv ,��� twentv.flva m|lM .���,
study   pt   flrsl   hand   thc  big  brown'hour,  lurned  turtle aud  caught  f'r"
ACREAGE NEAR NEWTON, JUST 8
miles out, less than 110 mliiuus' ride
ou II. C. Electric from New Westminster; soil excellent,   bottom   cr reaction.
upland as * (wired;   tram   frontager   ,.,,,,, ,, ,������.������,���. ���,   , ,-
$1S0 an acre and  remainder    just I     lue l"w'h ''"''������"��"""-��1    "
1mek of frontage lots $100 und $125.
Terms quarter cash,  two years for
balance.   This Is a sacrifice; estate
to be    cleaned    up  at  once.    Sole
agents, Curtis & Morgan, New West-
mtnstiT.    Phone 4f5ft.    No trades
cattle
ported by ths government trom the
cast arrives this week and will be sold
ut Victoria ot a date which will be announced later. The third was auctioned ai New Westminster early In
tue month, uiul by Christmas nearly
Uliiii 'ij"' "l:''u *"" '1;iU' '""s *" '���" '���"���'' ,l
 Ito the htrds ot the province by the
VOU
wood; cord wood $5 per cord, stove j8"!8  paBSe
wood jt>.s t) per   rick.   Telephone available ti
11)05. (2028)  slgnmonts.
off  more  money   wlll  be
p the purchase of new con-
POR BAt-E���$1.00 DOWN, $1.00 PER
week. Canada's Pride Mall-fable
Ranges: every one guaranteed. Market square. (2160 <
NECDS  OF  VANCOU\'r.R
L08T.
Mayor  Baxter    Wants    More    Publi;
Giirited Citi-ens
Vancouvi r.  Oct.   1.    "Vancouver
,ii need of public    spirited    cltlssensl
more   than  anything   else,'   declared -
Mayor  Baxter  when  addressing  the
ithorlng  In  thc  Kirst   Presbyterian
bear, generally regarded as the proto- The flames spread to the gasoline
type of tho ttocky Mountain grizzly tank and a tow seconds later ther"
bi lag iarger in every respect than the came an explosion which blew the ear
latter. The first part of the trip was Ito pieces. It was the beacoo-llke
devoted io the Copper river district   tlnmcs from the burning -icto which
innd was followed by a vis'.t to Admir- gave the first clue to the tragedy and
i. ally  Island.    The party camped Justlsent friends of the injured In other
'below Gambler hay. where the State cars scurrying hack to learn what waa
of I'al.foriila  wns wrecked,    tin  this amiss.
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 agents for all ocean lines and can give you
your choice of rail lines to the seaboard.
I'   V.. SMITH, 0. IV & T, A.
5'_'7 Oranvlllo Street, Vancouver.
W   K.  DTJPBROW, O. A.  P   D
l hone Private Kxcbange 81:14
gau_crius  iu  u,e   r.joi jt'��"J��'���"�� |ana bad several lively encounters with  young men  Io visit price's farm    n'
church, oelebrstlng the twentieth an-   h       |t particularly noted that Erlndale.   The car was the property
nlversary of the opening of   hat ode ,
(2166)  tice la.->t night.   Continuing, he drew i  ���
.1 *
TO BilKI
LOST LADY'S GOLD WATCH. EN-
graved on face of case. Kinder return to l.-U Seventh avenue, lie
v>ard.
a comparison between Vancouver and
STRAYED OR STOLEN PROM THE j olher cities regarding    the    uuinbei
city market st:,'.ilfs Saturday even- of tilings which ihe city hart been do
~i   ins, brKht bay mare, six years old, naled with by her citizens, who gave
'    IBM pounds, halter on.   l-tborai   re- from pure lovo aud pride of ther city.
ward.    Apply Clyde Williams,    cily "One cne par.:," declared the mayor.
police station. i-ltni ;"has  been  g'ven  to   Vancouver  from
island   Ihe  hunters  were fortunate in ,    Tlie ill fated auto wiib one
finding r. number of Ivr brown bears  which   left   with   a   partv   of
three
sixteen
COLLECTIONS.
TO   KENT       roitmSHBD   THRBB
roomed cottasp.   sines   to   Central
school.   Enquire' -it Seventh stroet.
,(���-168) .
 ������'bad dhbts collected every-
where.     No   collection,   no  charge.
TO  LET -FCBK-SHJED ROOMS,    47
Merrlvale street. C_146)
FOR KENT l>KSiH_\l_IJr: COTTAO0
completely furnlshi-il, close in, all
conveniences; ti��rm�� modnrate. A|>-
ply at Y. M. C A. fiWi)
black, the long hairs brins Bllghtly
r-ilv. riipi rid. The other bears ranged
rroin a deep brown to a li^ht straw
color.
The data Mr. Shtras haH collected
will be turned over to Iir. C. Hart
Murrlnin, whose book on the American bear will be published soon. Weather conditions vere such thai the
photographic end of the trip were not ',
as successful as expected, although !
Mr. Shtras succeeded In Retting fine ,
GIX   MILLION   DAM
701 Columbia Street
HE NEEDS GLASSES
DO VOU '.'
Don'l trifle with youi eysslgbt Dslaya
ohonp kI.i^k.-s .md u-Mkirtfa! troatitwnl "f
Hi,. ,.\*.-m are hiii��* forerunners nf the lime
when serious trouble will ooeur.
..,. ur.- ready to render you ,'xp��ii aid
in examining the eye*, In furnishing
kUss.-* or spectacles, In  futiuK them lo
AT RYALL'S.
(Druggist and Optician) Phone 57
American-Vancouver .Mercantile Agency, 336 Hastings street west, Van
couver, B.C. C���1H-I
Groat   Irricatlrn   Pro'C-'   Ce ��� 'ctotl���
V/ill Be Oicned hv C.  P.  t\.
Montreal. Oct. 1,   The rev   six-m<l
llou-dillar dam at llassano, Alta., v T   ^^-������������-���������--������������������-������---���---���---���-���--.���-������������~-~-.
one of her citizens, while other cities   1)p. colu,i,,on< ^,.r��� sl](.i, t|,.,,   ,������,   be opened on Oct. 1,   Thla Is tbe - t'fi
haveidoama ol'parta and various' oth- ph t        h,      d Q{ the ^    .ere not olai announcement coming  from  tho Hf you read THE NEWS  yOU get all  the   I.e\VS.
er kinds of gilts which thay can point J   K1I(,,.ssf���|  M BXpected   although ?. P   R. today In regard to the pro. ^  b	
to with pnde as haying been given -.-_  gh,ra9 sl���,,,,ll((i ,n -,,t,im, tm��� jeet ol checking the Bow river In or ,. ,  .   ,**s
by   public   spirited  citizens.                  pictures of smaller matnals, sea fowls  '!'  ';'  "r'K:""  ' "'   :l"!l  ,,f '''"""i
"The   citizens   of   \ ancouver   have  * .,, ���na ���, ,,vn h������ | Canada a  pro i  whtch has attrsct-
t;:d  one or  two  hear.'.
learned one thing and thai Is to hang,'".'.,    -    _ _,,.'���
<.nl���   their   mntU'V       lie   deeh.r, f t lev   *    .   .
onto their money," he declared, "lhey f
thai tlie excessively
e,i world i
FURNISHED   COHPUBTB,    HOUSE
keep'mr rooms. Jin   and    $15    per
month at Tit _Vei,��th atreit. t'-16^|
BOARD  AND ROOMS.
HOTEL FOR SALE.
knaw how hard  it  is to gel
present time, although thir;
At the i
this
Btrlngenl game laws of Alaska should
I few year.-.
atti ntion  in  the  past
Kenal   peninsula  a  game   pre   ��_���
serve   where     none
      but   millionaire
city are a little slow they are 200 per  .,���-,_.,���,��� n,.,v ,,,,** . ,,,, Mr   ,;,,;r.
ceut. ahead of what they were here l_    "The fees demanded for hunting
Under and by virtue of a Distress twenty   years ano.    And   It  was  the  on ,,.is ,���.���.;���,ub  .,,,, more than  ,.v
Warrant and a Warrant under a that   splendid optimism ami the fine west     .. ,    they  'ire   pi ihlbltlt     to   -ill
tei Mortgage, to me directed and   de- ern spirit of perserverance which 1"'���,',.',',," Verv tew 'bloods' trom London
livered, I have seised and will offer the citizens out of their difficulties Ln0 -t)ler f)nanc,al ,������,-,.s    , ttrn g0
tor nale by  public auction, on Tues-  thin.    1 onlv wish that we hart Bonn    ,���    ,,t ,;,, .vh.,, , ,,.,��� ���, hav_ ,,,��� lawa
day, the 7Ui day of October, 1913, at  of their spirit in our city n w to cl;    ......      ,     .,.|) ^un)    pl|    |^���,rn     til(,
11 o'clock    in  the  forenoon    at    tlie  us.    Too many persons come to Van    ,.,,.'.,,,.,,,   ,.)1W,' |]n(   ,,,.,.   iM|.   '.,   s- -,
A PEW HOARDfcJtS   t'i\N    HE    AC-   Premises or the Kiiir's Hotel. CcV.im-  couver with thc idea thai  wealth and
eotmnodated at'ftir. Sixth Rirw.;. Hot |Wa Street. New Westminster. fortune are ready to hand themselves
water heat- honv comforts.    CJ.47I I    A1' bedroom and dining room fnrni- over io tiiem the moment they arrive.
' ture, linen, crockery, glassware, office  ���  ���-~-
land-bar  ftxtures Of  the  King's   Hour LINK   UP  AGRICULTURAL TOWNS
LAND REGISTRY ACT. InUuatcd    on    Columbia    Street.    N'ew,
<-ir.ii
It,, l-its '_S an* -!>. ll'.,��-�� 1. :ViU divlsimi
ef Lot Vil*. I'.roup I. l*,n IflinfJ, In tlie
District nt I*.,* w-'.-tun**.!.*! jcirtwem
Whcreiis. prmtl nf -.h.* Ua** ot imnri<u\ile I     Terms   ol sal
nf Title Number MM '������'. i��s��i<*d ia the "aee- .    .        ___���-
of Alice Vav  iimmiii baa l����rn rii.��S in Ipanieiuars apply
(Ills i.ffie,-.
Notice  le  Iter.!��>-  ******** thnt   P  isha.'l,  .
tlie ��.-|>fr.'ltit>n i,f att* tti .' T't  tram III,' '1:1
���nt the Drift  polilH-,(>.-.:,  **a***t*X.   in  a dallv
newspaper tainti****** irt the tatty at Kew
TAiemtmlnnter. *mmm a .i-ititx-t-.e nt the tutlil
Certificate,   iinii**   in   lb*-   tttee*nlte*r   i-.-iflrt
���objection be made ta ore la wnitiot.
il.  i*. OWINH,
t��islr*t,.t  It.'KiKfnir ��f Tides.
..and Retrlstry iKtv,-. Sew Weatodnster,
111',   lllll   Setrt.mU-r    l*%% <*l"?��)
Pfestmh-Stor, R.C.
The above  Will  be sold as a coin?:
license nvti hire a guirt" al Jl" a day,
but il lie kills moose with a big pair
of antlers he n.UBl   pay  the govi rn-
:*.' i.i $1_0 to take thi ni o it ot the ter
ritory,   As a result unless tho antl ���*
[obtained are an exceptional p*iir. they
i   allowed  to rcl  where the moosi
slain.    I  know   of  t iree  Instani e
cash.   Kor   further
T. .). ARMSTRONO,
Sheriff
CANADIAN NORTHERN PACIFIC
RAILWAY
I.
NOTICE.
PITItSDANT l"  P'ftl��ii   ',".   Sol,-section
ofthe Ttrrtii*! Coluntbhi   Railway  Act,
1 tr 11.   ntrttee   Is   hereby   (riven   thnl   th,*r*
lias t,��.T, depaaRed won ilu   Registrar nl
'���lev:   Wesi mi nst'*r.   n   plan     sli"wlni.   proposed ,'VieriMi'n, of DncX Hour from  flea,I
No. 10 to cv-iual stroet. Mileage 3.9 A. tn
Notice is hereby nivea that on ap-   Mileage t.i  A, Uulu lshm.i  Branch,  and
Plication will b�� tmaxfa to tba Hoard of ffe%&^Tortb��n'  Rnclilc  Rallwav
License Cominissiotiefi-u tor the i'ity of compenv WTT1 i"k'', and If necessnrv <*v-
New Wfislminals-r at tlw.ir aittiiiK. to  Pjowrtote -Ore -ands required rm* n�� rlght-
In* held on thc Hllh ilay cT l>��^:etirt>er.
1913. or at any nif-pling vrior thereto
that the application ran ht* luvard. for
a transfer of the lie-ti&i' to a-ell liquor
hy ntail iasuei in re-sped of the
Occidental hotel gremlaee, Columbia
���sircet. New Wt��tminsti-r. B.C., from
the holder, Michael Qowvo, tn Justus
���Swanson and Adoir Otti> Hanson.
Dated this 26th ilajr af August, A.l��.
���913.
MICHAKI. ROWAN.
(ViTIll t.icm>ae Holder.
(11 ?,n i
T, It   WH1TK.
Chli t Enitlneei
NOTICE.
Hydrc-Clectric Wires Will  Give Centres Arcund Toronto Trolley
, Car Service.
Toronto. Oct i. The first tangible wll��ro ���* happened
outline of a hydro-electric radial to Mr; s!ur:,s* ���*���****���* �� b;R *'���'?" h"*��-l
tap the agricultural centres of proviu- ter- doea i;<! 1,,,nl w,'1" ** nf:'v He
clal countleB Is nov* spread bi fori tl e ' "' '���' r K"*'H arn" '' n" i'"''*'1; ^ !W
public. Following the meeting of the wl"' :i ''""'7'' He was the flral man
comii-isricu the possible routes in a Ill) hunt wild game won tlie flashlight
Itrolley line running through the dis-j ami the camera, and Bomo of h:.s pic-
trlct to the northeast of Toronto ��-..re tor's obtained in tliis manner are con-
rent OUl to differen* municipalities I *lil"i<'d mom remnralil... On his trip
more or less vitally Interested In the he was accouipanlei. by hla son, J. P.
project.    Some of the l-irper of these*. Shiras.
.wh'ch have been awaiting with   some* ������	
anxiety tlie appearance of the surveys      VETERAN  LIVES ON CHARITY
of   the   commission   engineers,   are' 	
Markham,  Uxbrldge,  Stouffville    and  Linci- Sam Starts Tcrdv Feco-inition
neighboring centres, as  well as    the of Faithful Civil Servant
townshlos nf York.   Scarboro,   .Mark- ���    Seattle, Oct. 1.   -Almosl Mind at the
ham end Pickering. ire i i 87 vears. living In :��� cheap Ja- '���
In the blue prints which have   been  panese i'"-;itiK lions* on (5 a month
i sent cut. three routes arc    Indicated, given to him by local charity, Patrick
|These represent the narrowing of   the; siorre. one of the I*-*, if not thc otrfy-,
ijrrnrral survey Into the only possible  mtrvlvlng  veteran of  the  'rent '-mak |
ones which take Into account the phy-  [ng expedition of Commodore Matthew
\.  v. ri'\- to the Japanese empire  In
AT 60 ENJOYING
PERFECT HEALTH
Because He Takes OIN PILLS
A prominent Consulting Engineer of
N-w\'ork Citv, thus heartily endorses
GIN PILLS:
-9 Broadway, New York.
"thought some of your OIN I'll.I.S
at Victoria, ii.C. last September, your
remedy 1 find, st 6o years of sae, to give
perfect relief from the Ki.lury and
Bladder Troubles incident to one of my
ai;e. I urgently recommend GIN PILLS
to friends as being the one thing that
dots uie good."     B. G, WOODFORD,
By tlie time a mnn or woman is 6n,
the Kidneys and Bladder need a little
help to keep in good working order.
GIN PILLS are what they need, GIN
rii.f.S Uecptbetir.iiencutr.il, prevent
colds settling on the kidneys or bladder
-ami ward off Rheumatic attacks.
Remember, every box of GIN PILLS
is s',1,1 wiih a positive guarantee lo ���jie*
-.rrfect satisfaction or your luoney
promptly refunded,
m-c. n box,6 for }2 50. Simple free if
vou write National Iiru-^ ami Chemical
Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto,    ivo
J. H. Todd's Music House
419  Columbln   Striet.  New   Westminster.
GERHARD HEINTZMAN  AND DOMINION   PIANOS  AND ORGANS.
VICTOR   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS.
Singer  Sewing  Machines.    Small  Mislcal Goods of all Kinds. PHONE  ��<�������
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
 BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
o    O    BOX  44?
TELEPHONE   3_��
Ihe Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:    VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Branches  Throughout  the  Province  of   British  Columbia.
Savings Department nl nil Branches Deposits of One Hollar and
upwnrdK received and intereat ut tha highest current rate, paid or
credited half yearly.
A  GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED,
v      Drafts and Travellers' Cheques sold, payable ln all parts of the
world.
CHAS. G. PENNOCK, General Manager.
H-jv   Wct.tmin.ster   Branch: A. W.  BLACK,  Manjger.
NAVIGABLE WATERS PROTECTION ACT.
noticb ts hkrkiiy arret th.-n ��><���
cvtrpurntton of th.- i'u. or X.**** \\.-it-
,, : r has ill pualieil wirh th* Miniii-r
..f 1-1.it,. Wort��� and m t**> ..ttv,. ���t tv
Rl i-l-'rar    Of    lloiVt    fur    llie    1 Xtta m:t     til
New Weatmlnater, British OstnsaMa, i*in��
:o>,i deacrlptlocai ol uiutu lim* ol tirniwe,
m Kapnerton Bewi r ���oti-il enaaatas Bru>
li.ll*     Ulvcr   in    aak-l   iH"-ln��*l
ISH   NliTH'K    IX   IlKttKWY     I'.IVKS
lhal  lhe Corporattaa ol ive- <iiv "f Km
W. i-tmitlHt,T will nll'-T ow" ���m'Vrtlli front
,'.������   t'lKt   pUMtOBtlm   nl   ���>�����*  t>r��lli���   l\I>elv
m ii,,- ao,*,-nil,r -i'rtn."r.ii in Oaumin  l��r
.n,nr*.v;,l   ,,f  siH'h   wnrk^.
TiATBT) nt Ne*��� Wvatrs-hMter, ll v.. ihiK
������;ih dav of SeM'Ttii*"*. i��*n.
M.-uMtmiF.. M^^ris * CABPIDT,
.^,dlrM"-ii   In-   l\\f   *r.,Tn,,rt,T*rm   nl   tlie
Cltf of  New VFet***Kd**t**r.
(21-111
WESTMINSTER
IRON   WORKS.
Telephone*:  OWnm S3. Realdcnee -424
JOHN UKtn. Pv<��v��tio��nr.
GENERAL   MACHINE  WORK,
ENGINff RINl,   ��ND
BLACK SS�� IT Hit-..
Agents     Palm-ev     ltvo��.'    '-.Ksoline
Kniflnes, Marine  Hlnlsil  and   AuU>
mobile Repairs.
Offlc* and Woefce: Tenth Ot.
PO. Boa 474.    Now Wcatminater. B.C
C' T
FORAGE
slciil  nature of rhe country,  the pro
������~~ portion of residents   whose   demands
Notice in hereby given   that an ap-  should besl he served, and the   most
plication  ��ill be made  to the  Board   satimnotory linking up of th-. system
of l-icenee Commissioners for the City  In general.   Out of the three, however.
of New Westminster at their mttiiiK,  it la generally felt that only two will
to be heW on the 10th day of D�� cem-  be subject to the serlons consideration * ,      , ,,.   .   .
ber. 191H. or    at    any meeting    prior of the commission.    On the third and I.T.'!1 -l-_:0_,rn!L_,ffl0.lal' -t_Jn_?_,_?!er _��
thsreto that the applloatlon can    be [the most easterly a trying grade would
heard, for a transfer of the license to   have to lie dealt with.
���fi i.  \.i!l  rcenivo after  main   weary
vears   his   long-mertled   reward   from
the United States ir local government
official-, succeed in their efforts.
Led bv ,1. .1. Sullivan, assistant dis-
tn
eell liquor bv retail issued in respect
of the Mi-rcnan's   Hotel,  In  tlie  City!
of  Ne-w  Wesi-minster.  B.C.,  from  the
holders. I'aul Root and J. A. Malm, to ;
lhe said J. IL Malm.
Dated this imh dav of August, AT).
1913.
P, ROOT.
.1   A. MA.-M,
(l<t7a> License  l|old-rs.
;iGNM5NT SALE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast ..r.rvicfi
I_caves Vancouver for Victoria 10 a. in., 2 p. m. and
11:45.
Leaves Vancouver for Seattle 10 a. m. and 11 p. m.
T-eares Vancouver for Nanaimo 10 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
I_eaves   Vancouver
Tenderi are called ior pnrobase of
pool room business, stock and Rxturei
ai Chilliwack. Tbere are three pool
tables, and one English billiard tsble
all in first clasi condition. Stock con
slsta of pipes and tobacco, flood Iocs
tlon. Apply H. I.. Whittaker, care I Moor*,
Kelly, llooi-'la: Co.. I.id. New West
miti-ter, B.C. (2167
aped sailor a stenographer
whom Moore dictated a oomplote re.
snme of his remarkable career, beginning In Ireland on St. Patrick -
Day .\lar--ii \; i*.*.i;, ��ben he was
horn. Thin siateireut, prepared In the
f"r.;' of m aff .1 ���: t. will he forward
ed to Congressmen Alberl Johnson
ind Wll'ltcii R, Ilomnhrev and pros-
bui ���*��� w III be b*-'.*.'-:" : *��� b isr to have
i ii ii i ��������� '< ���! bi i ng 'ess appropriate
���   -   i   snail |um   for  the  Bupporl     I '
ERIFF'8  -"AL"7..
i In  tho Supr ni' Curt of   Drltlsh  Columbia.
ll. i*. mi  iS-tttti  .\'.  Kinney,  Plaintiff, and
Albert t-:. i-vjiiu- -.-. !>��� on,Innl.
Pursuant   ia  an  order  of  Mr.   Justice
Murphy,  I  will offer for  s.il,. ,������    uj   ,,r-
fic *.  Courl   House,   New   Westminster,  on
IVodnisday   the 6th day of October, 1013.
at  ,*l,*v, n o'ctoek   ln  the  forenoon.
fin, cut off saw arbor, two 60-ln. cut off
isitivs, tnr-, Letson lit Burpeo shln^ln machines, oue No. -. Ilaiiclett automatic saw
gummcr,   "*.i-*   liand   summer,   one   Mil*-,
Stnnw i  Gumbli   rnglne,     threi     sl am
pumtis, one I sx11 boiler, one 48xU bol-er,
three   shltujlo   pnc',:lnt|   frames,   Biurtlm,
tv. mill ctri i iii-
i'.if*'i Is  ** hich   I* i In .nl.*    bi en
���'   in i ther friends i" have ;, t --i
������' 'i   :;r-M. 'ii him  hav,   faded      I'm :
Sam i,  laws  are  such,  thai   although
Mooro did give Uie beBl ;*i.-ir, of his
life  to  the  nation   and acquired   sn
llness which took hir, down Into the
valley of death and  ("ft him  almost
an Invalid fer 'he reiki of his days -
hc did not participate In a war ncaln-i
il anv other nation and so cannot re- ,
jolve a pension,
jj _     i pulli rs. belting,
I 0 r   wll '   ol.oi'il   track,  one   3-ln.   inv  nrlxir,
t, -. ,-, , i \>      .x.      ,.   with :.*;-ln   saw. and also all other ifjods,
Pnnce Kupert and Northern ..,,,��� i. buildings, pumt, and
Points 10 p. m. Wednesday: '
HAVE   SHATTL--   POLICE   FADED
and Saturdays at 11 p. m.
Bl)   OOOIJDT,  Ag��nt,   N.w   W.��tiiniuii��i
n. W   ���ftitiiii'iK. n   P   A.. Vsnnnnvsr
'..h-.-t *��-itli the harbor Improve.
���tacnta, the further
LEVLLOPMENT OF
tha  fishi ries and
Aitchison's
Ladie!,' Tailoring Branch
surely Went minster Is coining to
J.N. AITCHISON
Tailor to Ladles an-J Gentlemen.
Westminster Trust Dlock.
Faoliicn.ihle Auto B'.ir7'ar3 Tro Smar'
fer Detectives ot .curd Citv
Seattle, Oct. 1.-   Seattle's fashionably   attired    highly   perfumed,   efhb'e
i-i! versatile apafti ���������. i    hotiso    hor
1  rs ar" n_ bos'- a* nvPr'and add'd
Iin e ' ���< Tr establ! htronts to their 11 <
vestorday    Deyond  tore faint finpe
been threush n I prints and a dtavlna odor of perf"n
HHI'il    T'llt'    the1
��� H'*r
n.iiiln'- Lumber Company, Township Hn
rond. In Hi" Munlclpalltv of surr v. Bom
..:' the above articles hav
r^Tn'tl^^Sdlt-SS"^ whv, V;.'*;v 5.rsi"'�� tMlej havc practically no clue ,
now In. The articles mav bc lnsn��cted he- the prov'crs. lhl < ���""���ers who invei
f,,r.   nab  hv any proposed purchaser, oQUgalid  the roblierv declare tint :hc
l'e    ,1,,,*.*.   ,!��� sc,*il"*'l premises.
Till'    ril.ee    will    ll"    S'.M    Slllil' Cl    to    I1,.
i     ���    if   Sii'lni'v   Sutherland   MalcMni-
v.e,     e-i-oic.   ef   tin    Berpenllnc   Lumber
n ���r .,���!���.
Wi Bl mlns
T,   .1.   AU.USTl'.n-
HEE CHUNG
MTCl'CHANT TA'I.OH
New Imported Fall Sultlncs now on
display.    8ee  them.    Perfect  nt ond
worldiiansliio guaranteed. Prices [nnn|l>'*' l'i
$1..'j0 up.   701 front Street.
perfume used Iberally by the thieves
'. BS    wir"*:*l  I' i :rv.t-- , in sod neat!;, i
IS   I' 01 "il*,"'..    -.���*   fe'trirofo-"'
Members or the lecal detective b'ir .
no in*,* ���. Piinlnioos In pronouncing th*1
iparli *   ��� I om-" thli ves the oleveres'
crooks rf the type thai ever Infested j
this city.   They  Invariably have    n
hich   powevrd  ttutomobllB In   waiting
'���'*:  '   ;h are sartorial vmiiIc's. .
Interesting conversationalists nnd generally pleasing of appearance.
Blx   BnUea   In   the  Harmoso   apart
ii ni i,  Fourth avenue,  wero entered
��� i f well irrromed men, who !
lighted from a. toi.r.ii'j car In front I
ic Get the profit
FOR THIS WEEK, TO INTRODUCE
Hill's Saturday Special
A CANDY FIT FOP. A KING AND GOOD ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY.
YOU GO TO A DRUG STORE FOR  PURE 1)RU(JS, WHY NOT FOR
PURE CANDY
FOR THE BENEFIT OF YOURSELF AND YOUR CHILDREN WE
HAVE PLACED BEFORE THE CANDY-LOVERS OF THIS CITY THE
PUREST CANDY OBTAINABLE AT A PRICE WITHIN THE REACH
OF ALL. EVERY BOX CONTAINS A CHOICE MIXTURE OF BOTH
HARD AND CREAM CENTRES, HEAVILY COATED WITH THE BEST
CHOCOLATE, ANI) DIPPED EXPRESSLY FOR US ONCE A WEEK.
y our Value is in the CANDY, not in the Container
Ali This Week 35c a Box
After this week���35c on Fridays   anri  Saturdays, 50c on other days.
FREDERIC T7~HILL
TELEPHONE 66
623 COLUMBIA STREET
."The Store With The Green Lights.".
��� ��� ******    "-'"'  11"1 *'**t!*4lmm*ti '
'*!!W***a*0Ka**mx*.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1(13.
T\JE NEW WESTMINSTER NEW&
ICE!
Builders and Contractors
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH
and MOULDINGS
s
1
IS AT THE
lowaL
Timber Co., im
TELEPHONE 904   BRUNETTE STREET, Sapperton THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913.
Annandale
Supply Co.
TEA   AMD COFFEE
SPECIALISTS.
P. O. Bait 2 Phone* 1 and 67
���41 Columbia St.
Thursday Specials.
Smoked Halibut, per
lb.  20c
Finnan Haddies, per
lb 15c
Kippers, 2 Ibs 25c
Smoked Salmon, per
lb.  -   l5c
Picnic Hams per lb. 16c
25 Boxes Choice local
Apples in Graven-
steins and Weal-
tbys, suitable for
eating or cooking,
per box $2.00
A shipment of Yellow
Egg Plums, No. 2s,
but Al for preserving, at per crate $1.15
Greater ^Vestmi^
All notices of meetings, entertain-; Tcday���Vancouver Day.
ments .ales of work, etc.. in thli. 9 a.m. Grounds open to the puDiic.
HO nn a" barged for at the rate, ina,,, Judgingto all department,,
of 10 cent, per line. Please do not* 10.80 a.m.--(irand demonstration bj
ask members of the staff to break thl* New Westminster Pire department on
rule, as their instructions are positive. Columbia Street. Slock Judging com-
                           petition,
A Bervlce specially for men is   to     11   a.m.   special   attractions     on
'ho held in the Olivet Baptist ohurchjBockeye run
nexl   Sunday   evening,   October   5,   al
7:30 o'clock.    In addition    to   hearty
singing led by a male chorus   choir.
C.  H
inlck
ii. 0,
Qlen
dale.
Chattleld, _>pu*_-uui;   U McCoi"
Rust-dale; .1.  U  Healey, lllaine;
Rogert, Seattle; Thomas roster.
Valley;  A. II.  Matheson, Clover-I
.lohn  Kcplsh. Port   Moody;   Nell
McNlven, least Delta; W. Pltsgi
E. Matheson; B, s. Burrow; o. ���!
Ian,   IL McDonald.
Uut-
-villi- m front of grand
cell-
11.30 a.m.   Cattle judging.
1 p.m.   Grand stoolt parade,
j p.m.    \uutl
stand.
2.30  p.m.    Junior  amateur    championship  lacrosse   match.
3,80    p.m.-Intermediate      amateur
championship lacrosse match.
Everinj Performances
I    ; ;>,o  pin.    lirand electrical display.
Tor   nil  building   supplies   nnd   fuel j     g -Horse show in Arena build-
oil apply to the U. ('. Transport Oo���  .
Ltd., BOB Westminster Trust building. I    J
Office phono 82G, wharf phone SS0
male   solos,   etc..   the   pastor   will   de
live? a sermon specially  to men. suh
jeet; "Curves in Character
tre  seats  and   gallery
served    for    men
come.
DISTRICT EXHIBITS
ARE WELL ARRANGED
iContinued irom rate onei
." The
are   lo   ht
Everybody
In
C-lnSl
ANNANDALE
Supply Co.
STORES   FOB   VALUE.
New Westminster is very soon to
be favored by a visit from on" of the
most distinguished leaders In the
great world movement of international peace Wm. Kvans Darby, L.L.P.,
Il.l).. etc.. secretary of the Peace Society of (Ireat Uritaln. Dr. Hurley Is
now touring Canada under the auspices of the I'eace Society of Western
rstnada. addressing meetings ot Canadian clubs, churches, brotherhoods
i>nd other gatherings of public bodies
In Ihe Interests of universal peace.
Arrangements are being made for
him to visit this city and address a
public meeting of our citizens Monday evening. October 6. In the St.
Paul's Reformed Episcopal church at
S o'clock. It is hoped there will be
a large gathering to hear this eloquent exponent of peace principles.
S p.m.  Continuous
Sockeye  run.
S p.m. -Band concerts in
and Agricultural buildings.
on
performance
Industrial
itn-ne of the Vlotor-Vlctrola, Columbia Piano House, 445 Columbia street
12155)
Hcrs-i  Chow Toninht.
8:00���heavy draught   horses,   pair,
over I'll)1' pounds each.
h;15    liest   draught     horses,     any
breed.
8:30    Musical ride.
8:4S���Livery rig, single.
0:00 -Jumpers.
9:1;���Harness    tandem,    over   14.2
hands high.
9:30���Pair to  lady's phaeton,    any
breed.
9:40-   Pair carriage    horses,,   under
15.2 hands high.
Iomiii -Trotters,    three    years   and
under.
10:15���L*dy'B saddle horse.
10:30���High    steppers,    und
hands high.
10:45- Pacers over three years old
The funeral of Paul T��� Infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Morris, of Twelfth
street, city, took place yesterday morn
ir ���  f:um thc Roman Catholic church.
I
THE MAN WHO INVESTS IN FIRST
MORTGAGES HAS
NO FEAR OF
TIGHT   MONEY
Nor is he worried
with the fluctuation-) of
the stock market nor
real estate depressions.
He goes right along
with his work without
worry.
We have placed millions on mortgages for
investors and they have
never lost ont cent of
principal or interest and
they have made a. .ney,
too, because money at -8
per cent, doubles Itself
in about 8 years.
"We are thoroughly
equipped to relieve you
of all bother regarding
it. We will secure the
mortgage, look after all
collections, etc., for a
very small percentage.
Call in and let. us tell
you more aboot our
Declaration of Trust
plan.
Stock   Par-dc.
The slock  parade al  the exhibition
will   take   place   at   1:30   o'clock   this
afternoon, acoordlng to President
Welsh. Some afternoon of the week
It Is Intended to stage the stock parade at 2:30 o'clock in order to Rive
the late comers a chance to view these
magnificent  entries.
Fur plumbing, heating n:id sheet
metal work consul! Merrlthew & Ram-
sav. Eighth and Carnarvon streets
Phone B88. I-1 '8
Social and Personal
Fine   Attraotion.
The  finest   tree  attraction  seen
���he >v "*>;  is the general opini.ni  <
pressed over  the  efforts of  the r*P'
il     '!
committees   who   arrant?
sensational and thrilling arraj
class  attractions,   such   as  are
shown   in   front   of   the   grand   sinnu |
every   afternoon.     Kvery   one  of   the
leaven turns are of a class far superior
ito anything ever shown at the annual
I fair and providing the weather man
[keeps his preBent good humor through-
'oo* the rest of the week, the attendance will be even greater than yesterday and Tuesday. The show is put
on very afternoon preceding and during the sports on the Queen's park
iv.il so that the crowd can kill two
birds with one stone.
Miss E. Wood, of Port  Alberni, has
arrived lu the city to attend the Mod-'
>rn business school.
Miss ('. E. Potter, who last year had
charge of the typewriting department
of the Modern business school, will
resume her duties on Monday. October
.. During the past three months Miss
Potter lias been supplementing her
knowledge of the requirements of n
typist, at Victoria.
Mlsa Myrtle Drown, 411 Fourth
avenue, has returned home convalescent alter a sojourn of some Boven
weeks In the Koyal Columbian bos-
i pltal,
j Lewis Sangster, ot the city treas-
in r's i n.e*. . li aves this morning for
California and Pacific ccast ports for
i vacation.
Uev. .1. W. Weatherton, vicar of Ml
-1  .i.i i'.; irch   Mission on... is among
f high I the * utslde visitors to the fair.   Ho la
being  staying with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. But! *.
stand i lii Royal avenue.
Tliomas Wilson, of Vancouver, sup
m
Have vou visited Russell's Westmin-
st r Auction House yel '.'   If not. whv
���' ?   Vou can buy a i.rius bed soring
and    Restpior'    mattress,    absolutely
new   for  $22.ill),    This  pr'ce  la  only
r.t,it until   Saturday   night,     K '
iioiol block, Columbia street.     (2169)
Money tn loan on lir-" mflrtgsges.
Improved cltv and farm pronerty
'.' per cent. Alfred W, MeLeod,   (215!)
eriiitendeiit of Indian orchards, was
called out of town last Saturday to
meet Dr. Hewitt, the Dominion ento-
mclc-flst  or Ottawa.   They  bave  pro-
���eed'.'I into the interior. Mr. Wilson
expressed his regrei at being unable
to be j resent ai and help in arranging
he Indian exhibits at the fair.
Chimney sweeping, telephone
- -' -'
i.lT ii
Forty  Babies Jurioe-J
Forty it the hundred and fifteen entries in the better l.abies contest were
iiiiloc.l   ys', rday,   severing   of   them
��� :���*';,':;���-'  98   points,   out   of  H   possible
'oi,     Two   doctors   and   four   nurses
ivero io attendanci  yesterday    It hsa
���Heen suggested thai Bome person, will
disposed t *v.ir*:s the contest, present
i   enn  to  the   very   best   normal   baby
1 'iti red.
Among those who registered ai Thc
News booth yesterday were: W. Richards, of New Vork. slaying at the Russell; Ueorge Gibbard, .Mission City;
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hampton, Hammond;
Mrs. A. I nsworth and rteg. Unsworth,
Sardis; Miss Hawkshaw. Chilliwack;
Mrs. S. s. Smith. Portland, ore . Mis.
J. P. Mead, Vancouver; .Mr. and Mrs.
A. K. Blackadar, Ottawa; Mr and Mrs.
i:. .1. Moffat,,Lethbridge, Ottawa, itay-
Ing at WOO Barclay Btreet, Vancouver;
A. C. Wells. Sardis; Edwin A. VV Us
Sardis; Mr. ami .Mis. .1. A. Qarbutt,
lancouver; Mrs. Rogers, Toronto; M
iv McLaren, Vancouver; Henry S. '
Denison, Kamloops; Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Long, UeUibrldge, Alta.. Mrs. ll
In bson, Asheroii, Mi*, anil Mrs. II
Masou, Stand Off, .Mm.. C a. Suthei
land, Nanaimo; Mr. and Mi-, Charles.
* S* x.in.th.   l.i lu   isl rid;   ('.   .1.   I*''
In a dn
Mrs T
Johnsti
the building and has altogether a
...11 arranged display In h-.rge variety.
A feature here- and one not observed
in nny cf the other displays, was a
basket of pear tomatoes, ami some
plum tomatoes. Here was some Con-,
nectlcut field tobacco grown In Mia-
'��� slon.
Penticton.
|    Penticton deliberately throws down
ithe gauntlet and claims to be the in-
Itorlor city of the future.    This show
.wan the object of considerable  comment  -every  sort  of  frull   anil   vege-
I table, tier upon tier- being a dazzling
and tempting display of red tints on a
green   background.    ThlB   Is  really   a
very striking exhibition, and If the Inhabitants  of  this   little   town   in   the |
heart  of the Okanagan are as daring
as  their color scheme  at  the  fair,  it j
may  be  taken  for certain  that   their
claim is no vain boast.
Burqultlam.
Some particularly large roots are a
feature or this section, and many samples of corn and grasses decorate the
background. The manner In which this
section is laid out offers every facility,
I for  the  inspection  of  th"ir excellent
15,exhibit.  A  special and  attractive  feature  is  a  hive  of bees  which,  under
a   glass   covering,   may   be   seen     at
work.
Langley.
This is probably the largest of the
district exhibitions and was 'he object
of a good deal of comment. The way
this Bhow is laid out In Its profusion
of fruit and vegetables has a pleasing
pffecL A large supply of roots arel
shown with other vegetables, while
trull   is  in  tempting  profusion.
RirH^o**H !
a i.-.r-e centrepiece nf preserves has
an Inviting effect, and while they make
a cond show of products, the dc "eri-
tlvc effect Is probably 'he most sirik
inc.    There were Fnme fine cuttings of
clover  and  alfalfa-   with   a  varley   of
corn and grass seeds     The scitMin of
the picture generally has evidently received great attention.
Comox.
Comox   did   not   make  a   very   large
Rhow  as  regards  quantity,  but   what
tin re   was   was   carefully   ami   effectively   laid  out.  and  '���   fringe  of  oats
running around the whole outline had
a rather good effect
Salmon Arm.
\  large supply of fnrts and  vege
tables of all kinds and sizes, th.- varle
lies of Indian corn. being partlenlarlv
noticeabi"    Here are sone  samnli - '���*
home-made cheese and cured ham'    A
plentiful  and  well  laid  out  exhibit.
Indian Aqency-
Tb"   KamWns   Indian   Agency   industrial  exhibit  Rhowed    samples    of
fruit  and  veretaMes  from   five  India"
reserves,   and   also   some   fancy   and
boad work.
!_--,._i,|  N.._-,,;-,
The [m nnr la I Royal Nur*-��r'es. I.I"
iled. of Vancouver, showed a Isrrg v-i-
r'etv of ferns and shrubs an,' Mesar-i
Hrown Pros.. Vancouver, hid home nr
ttsttrs dlshlavs of ferns and flower"
and ferns Intermingled Thev bI��o had
a verv prpl'v grotto of ferns 'md rli ���*.*-
er'- deoorot"d with electric llghl
Among the individn-'I exhibits can be
seen some verv fine specimens o'
fruits and flowers, so numerous aid
varied as to derv description.
Ber  Kecp-nq.
Th'Te is In this bulldlnR a demonstration "f whet, ran be done in the
bee-keeping industry. In 'he hope of
Inducing people to star! this Induftrv
the r-'vernicont is inking n Rood deal
ef inti r<st In the Btudv of bee-keep-
ling, especlaly as regards Hi" diseases
of the insect, which so far they have
been able lo k"ep out Importation of I
bees is discouraged bv holding them
un in mtarantfne. By these means the
������������""lent hopes in stimulate the
mo'ii-'--'.   in   the delta.     1:   is   n   grow-
McAllisters Limited
Make This Store Your Headquarters During Exhibition Week
SPECIAL PRICE INDUCEMENTS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT TO INTEREST YOU
A Few Special Items from New   Coatings   and   Curl
Our Men's Furnishing Cloths-Just Arrived
a-*, . A   Ktnjirl   range of   new   coalings,   in     Ihe     prettiest
iJfDartment shades of browns, blues, reds, etc.; Just received  In
���fc,vr        *   ****** tlmp  f()r   i,;xh|iiHii���,   Week's   business.     These   coal-
FOR   EXHIBITION   WEEK. Ings are quite new  and  distinct  and  will  make  up
,   . splendidly   for  smart   and   useful  coats  and   wraps
Men's new   Kalncoats;   Currie s    guaranteed    make, j.'-,,,-,,.,,,' ���.,,.,.,,_ ,���,- >..,-,, $2.95
light weight.   Special values at SIO.00 , . __
aml S12.50 ^ B|fl 6ale QF LAD1E8, NEW
Men's Sweater t'oats; In a large range of new colors FALL COAT8 AT $15.00.
and combinations;  every size and shape to choose
i. i     i  ...  ��m   ��9��   *��7*   M7*.   i'i 00 and Special   for  exhibition   week,  we  are  giving    extra
from.    Priced at  $1.50, $2.25, $2.75. $3.-5, $5.00 and opemai  ^ ^  ^.^ ^ ^ ^    m h]lvi,
$6.75. gathered   rrom   our   big  stock  a  large  selection   of
.,, ,  , ,,        , coats to choose from, embracing all the new clo'bs,
Men's Heavy Kib All Wool Underwear] a fully sat- )n twee(U  (.oll,in(,8, our| oloths. etc.   There are sit-
isfactory  and   guaranteed   garment;   In   every   size. ,,��� t0 f|t j,^ Rnd  many extra values wlll be found
Special values at, per garment $1.50 I"   this  assortment.     The   styles   Include  smart   ei-
fectB for walking and good loose wrap coatB for
Hoys' Jerseys and Sweaters: In a big assortment; driving, etc.; all suitably trimmed Kor this ex-
Jerseys with  snap collars;  Sweater Coats with and hlbltlon  week sale  you can select any coat in  this
without roll collars; all the new combination shades range for     ��15.00
and in every size.    Prices Trom 65C  "       "      '
t0 S2.25 NEW   SHIPMENT   OF   LADIES'   RAINCOATS   OF
,     . ���- .���, . THE BETTER  KIND, AT $12.50 to $20.00.
A good cashmere sock at 26c a pair,   Phis is a grent
value, In  fact,  lhe  best sock   we  know  of for 26c a ���''�����'  opened  up,  S   new   season's  range  of  mannish
,     , , ,, ��� Rain coats for women      Ihese are all made from the
pair  in   the  trade  today.    For  sutislacilo.i.  fn   and ,,���_, guaranteed  mBterlgli;  cul and  finished  In  the
comfort  it cannot  he equalled.      Our    special,    per loose slip-on shapes.    Por genernl  usefulness, ns  a
pair at 25c fa"   Barment,  nothing   can   equal   these  coats;   sizes
     to fit everyone.   Special values from S12.50 '"
S2C.00
A EIG  RANGE OF NEW FALL COATS *��w.ww
FOR   CHILDREN.
, ,. , SMART TAILORED SKIRTS.
The new coals for children and  misses are al, here,
,.i  a brlghl array of pretty shades and Btyles,    Just Smart   Tailored   Skirls   for   women;   in   a   range   of
the  coats   you   are  thinking  of   for  thil  fall.     They new  st\les;  In tailored skirts;   made In new tweeds;
come ill  shapes  to suit cm ry  age.   all   made  In   the gray, navy and  black  tailor's serges,  all sizes,   per
newest materials.    Specially priced  from    feet shape and fit     Specially priced from S5.50 hl
S2.75Sfl.50    Se.00
Extra Values in the Furniture Department
A $10.50 BEDSTEAD. COMPLETE.  FOR $7.95.
This is a very special price indue, menl to buy in our Piirn lure Department, this  Exhibition Week       ThlB
sei ((insists of a strong while enamel bed with brass ornaments, string, serviceable    spring, with    a    good
cotton top mattress.   Vou have the choloe of all sixes al the swne price; regular $10.50 bedstead, complete
r"r S7.*5
$17.50 DRESSER  AND STAND FOR $12.50.
A full sizo golden oak finish dresser and stand;  dresser with  large mirror  and  two large and  two small
drawers    This Is a very extra value and well Worth 117.60. a set    Por Exhibition Week you can purchase
this bi i of dresser and sl ind, e rapli te, for         512.50
$12.50 CHIFFONIERC  FOR $8.50
i full lire golden o:*k chlftonlere, with large mirror    This is standard $12.50 value    Special [or Exhibition
weeK   al   58.50
ODD PARLOR  CHAIRS.
A few odd parlor chairs will be offered at special  clearance  prices during  this  weik;  all  with  good  sill;
e.phol.-1.* ring,  each one a real I argaln,    I'r hid. each, from 57.SO
$11.50 MORRI*-, CHAIRS FOR $9.05.
Cosy, comfortable Morris Chairs, with big loose   [reen   velour  cushions;   big   roomy  chairs;   regular   111.61
values.   Kach for ,   eg ne
McAllisters Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
ifm^n,'<''tA'rrr''^:-��^.iV'
Don't forget
��� -.lc'ii hall '*"
Dancing D till
the ilai.ee
Thursday,
1.
St    Pat
y;     M,    li.  Foley,    Dewdney; hnR industry nnd more money Is be-
Wilson.   Vancouver;    Mrs   J.   ,-,���  Ina(|(, hy R t|ian  mos,  p������p|��� an,
n, Vancouver; <;. s. Reid, Vic I aware
una.  Keg. iteid. Victoria;  Mrs. Rus-|   The   general   Information    bureau,
sell. Delta, staying with Mrs. McKeen, government experimental farm. Agss-
piz.   ar"   freelv   distributing   Inform-
and showing samples, giving the
FAIR  SPECIALS.
I-Bjgo Ripe Pears, .'l Ibs    25c
Choice Snow Apples, per box $2.50
Three   Ibs 25C
Fancy Creamery Butter, 3 lbs $1.00
Fresh Eggs, per doz. 40c ,0 5DC
Steelhead  and   Red   Spring Salmon.
per lb 15C
Smoked Halibut and Salmon, Kippers,
Pit,an I laddie, etc.
W. J. RUSE
1 Swain.i
Phone 98,
ISuccSBSOr to  Ayling
447 Columbia  St.
K   H   BOCKLIN,
Prs*   snd G��al
Mr
N.  HRAKI.Hl.KD,
Vles-1'ruldent.
W. r.'H. BUCKUN.
Bee. and Treas
SMALL-BUCKLiN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phonei No   7 and 877.
Octohe
(21581
Dominion Trust ft
Company.
New Westminster
Branch.
The Perpetual Trustee.
C. S. KEITH, Mano-BOr.
4 Per CenL on Deposits, j
Offic.cn: Vanoniivra, Victoria,
New Wrstminster, JMaiiaimi,
Ciilgary, U'lnaipeK. Montreal,
Charlottetown, l.oii8��m, Kng.,
Antwerp. Belgians.
THE MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Day sessions the entire year.
Night scswon Mwiday, Wednesday and ftiiay evenings.
ilndiTidnal Inatrnelkw isi Shorthand, j
���Touch     TjrpewrtM**     Bookkeeping
Arithmetic, Spi-Ktaf. fWamanshlp and ,
allied subjects *>} **ieelaJiBt�� at either ^
"*BIWU NOW.
THE MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Interesting Exhibits.
Although oul of flghl ot the msln
'hor* unhTaro, the exhibit of the Bril
ish Columbia Klectric company, In the
-hnpe (,f two cars, nne, the firm ever
msnutactured In N'ew Westminster,
and another of the latest possible de
a-', ilu* Connaught, also buill al the
local shops, Is exciting no little In-
'. n pi Bt tin* fair. Both thl m- exhibits
-���in bo found to the beer of the hor��e
"how building and affords prescent
day people an opportunity to see jum
What eiuuines have heen made 111 ear
bulldln? since the time when the Bin-
j-ie tr'|,-k conveyances ware run on
I lhe City Streets.
Had  Grand Time.
An    i xc.eeiilngly   -pleasant    snioliing
poncerl under the auspices of the Port
Moody Chilian Rifle association    was
held in the strand hotel on Tuesday
I evening. The club holds the Manson
���hallenge cup. whieh ir wrested from
Vgasslz, despite the fart that thej ore
! 'iilv In their aecond year's, existence
and most of them comparatively ty-
roes, as agalnBt the seasoned sh .t*. of
I -gassl.., Captain w l> Mackay presided and medals to tbe iin-mb ���.*- of
the winning loam were presented by
Captain   Vldal   of  the   New   Westmin-
ub.
Westminst
'l   CU;'e   of
'le'oed    to
lng
Captain
���r was nisi
pipes.     Songs   and
pans   a   very   happy
Sloan    of
presents I
New
Wltll
muse
even-
	
In
'edlrane.*
llllldleds
'lh
Alfred  \V. Mcl.eod. the
"mn      All   kinds    written,
of  miliums to pay  losses.
(2169)
..'!". Columbia street; k. Burnett, Van
couver; Master, Miss and Mrs, Hunter
I'rlnce Ilupert, slaving with T, N.
Stri pie; Mr.-. 0. A. and Merle Barrott,
Vancouver; .Miss Annie Thompson,
in .wlin y. slaving with .Mrs. Kelly, t;l
Ki.ui iii stri el *.li b, A. 1 larrl ,. ,\Ii -^
|i P. Ayers, Mra 'I n Chaffle, Mrs
ll A. Pi i pard, Mrs it A, Balli nl nt
1E it .lai kson, .1 a Peppardy, Mrs,
i K. a. May, Vancouvi r; A il and R.
Mi rei r, li' s .dale, I; C; Wesley N
Fulton, Victoria; li   Nlmms, Keb wna:
j II. ii. notion. Vat,i vi i*. .1  A   Pelkey
| Mrs. .1.  A.  Pelki y,  Vancouvi r;  A. 1!
i i ui\ (i well,    Portland,   Ore.;    v..   W
Klnkead, Portland, Ore.
Al the Russoll;
W. '!'. McDonald, (ieorge Whitehead
W, ll. Robertson, 15, H, Burden, Victoria. P, 'I'. Little, .1. Ilarr. W. Malhi-
Bon, W, 0, and Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and
Mrs. .'���'. ,T. Coati s. Sir C. II. Tupper,
Miss Millar, Mrs. Woodrow anil child,
A. E, Wilson, T. Mooro. Mrs. A. Kimball. Vancouver; S. II. Newman, Otta
wn, Mr. and Mrs. I). (). Ball, Brampton, Onl.; Mr. and Mrs. F, 0. ''ales.
Amherst, V s.. iiusii Oardom, Dewdney; I*:. M. Marlin. J. C. Allan, (). .1
Smille, Q. I.. Davis, Toronto; W, H,
Mlddleton, Nelson; .1. II. snd Mrs. Mil
Ier, Clayburn; Mr. nnd Mrs. is ,|,
Hurd and child. Port Alberni; Jamet
McCallam, A. Montgomery, Wm, Mom
gotnury, .1, Ker WelBon, l.adn, r, Al
bert Klein, Seattle; W. M and Mr-
Wood, Patterson P. O. Campbell, Mnn
treal; Mrs. 1'. Lyons and son. North
Bend; Robert Mason. Ladysmlth; .1
A. Hall, Calgary; P. E. and Mrs
French, Vernon, s. and Mrs. Woolsey,
Tallinn; I). Riley, Kamloops; .1. A
and Mrs. Met oomber. I\ S Darling
ton, ,1, W. Pike, <;. s. Whitehead, J,
C, and Mrs. Metealf
Hon
v;eld ner acre
the growth of
...-..,-.j, -   beets
f, vu >t 'on   f '--ic
and   the  conditions  of I
special type i of "io-h. '
, -,-r, t ���   .t".  -..id   |n- ;
���-nint.' '-"ill. tei ting out-
111 i and  inset  pests.
VICTORIAN  ORDER  OF  NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence Y. \v. c. a.       Phone 1324
MATERNITY.  SURGICAL  AND
MEDICAL CASES  ATTENDED.
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
%;'
W.
-a1709 Columbia St.
Westminster Trust Kldn.
fi r
January I.
lit.  Oft   f'l
,    ..:..v, r. *
  cal'
scheduled
one year
Jave-Browne-ttve
E
-and���
NJOY
EATING
VERY DAY.
Mr*,
and Miss1
L.H.A.M .  A ItC M.
MEMBERS OF THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY  OF  MUSICIANS.
Lessons in Planofort i, Viol n, Sing
ing, Voice Production, Theory Id'-
class or privately), Harmony, Counterpoint, Musical Turin and  liistiry.
Pupils preparod for tho examine
���tions of the ABBOC'atcd  Hoard of    the! pa|ace M Columbia  St.,  Phone.
oval Academy of Music and Roya       ,200   ,2      120
College of Music.   Also   Prctaaslonal _
Diplomas, Teacher or Performer, Sapperton   Market.  Phone  1204.
Cor   terns,  d"    apply   .",1   DnffTi'  'Eighth  St.   Market,  Phono  1203.
Street,    Phone 111 It. 121671   Edmonds   Market.  Phone  L8B3.
P. Burns & Co. Ltd.
BUILDERS ANI) CONTRACTORS.
Get our Prices on Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Rotary
Cut Fir Veneer Panels.
Delivered on the Job.
Fninlre about our special stockes, they are money savers.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., LTD.)
Local Sales Department, Phone 890.
f>l>i.nc
A.
353.
BOWK. Principal
610 X-OlumbU St. j Ux>n,
Al the Windsor:
c.  Wilson,  M.  W,  Ferguson, C,  !���:.
Klnkead,   Vancouver;   Jasper Mowat,
C.  W, Kelly, Mra. Watson, II. A. Mac-
Quau, .1. Milne, city;  8. Pearn, Mins
Notice I'.e n peer of good taste and
ret your barberlng don" at the Huh
Barber shop.  Dominion Trusl  block,
where cleanliness and good workmanship l�� n specialty,   A nev arils! has Rogors, Mrs
been added to the Btaff.    Hive   us    8  Cos,   Pltl   Lake;   A
trial.    Satisfaction  guaranteed.    .1. II. , Harding
proprietor. ..,    (_Ki9) Junius;
Criuih,  Milner;   Marcus
Bartlett,    H. .1. *
chilliwack;   Oeo    Johnson,
Kdward Maseau, Aldergrove;
Sfiort Term Loans
WE HAVE CLIENTS WHO WILL MAKE SHORT
TERM LOANS FOR A PERIOD NOT EXCEEDING
ONE YEAR ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY OR PURCHASE AGREEMENTS OF SALE.   APPLY
J. HART  &  CO., LTD.
Established 1891.
Ws write Fire, Lite, Accident, Employers'
Liability,  Automobile  and
New Westminster Fair
SEPT. 30-OCT 4.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS AT REDUCED RATES
FROM ALL POINTS ON FF ASER VALLEY LINE
During tlie week of the New Westminster Annual Fair a special round 1 rip rate of single fare and
a third vvill be offered from all points on the Fraser
Valley line to New Westminster. Tickets good for
return passage until October 6.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY  IN  EACH DIRECTION.
I1HI1ISH COLUMBIA ELEWIG RAILWAY COMPANY

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