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Volume 9, Number >
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 29,1914.
Price Five Cents.
GLORIOUS VICTORY WON BY BRITISH NAVYjAP^;gTER
Night Attempt to Break Through &i^\^af ^^JT\S^Ul^
Naval Lines off Heligoland Meets
With Disastrous Failure
For Big Fight
Three of the Enemy's Cruisers and Two Destroyers Sunk
in the North Sea���British Vessels Suffer But Little,
and All Are Afloat���Not a German Cruiser Escaped
BufTheir Destroyers Fled to Safety.
Ihi
London, Aug.
Hrltish  fleet.
US.���The Chronicle says: "A glorious victory has fallen to
^^^^ With all the courage and fearless enterprise that dis-
linguished_ our old officer* who many times went Into the very Jaws of
the enemy, Hear Admirals Beatty, Christian and Moore, have conducted the
combined operations in the Bight of Heligoland, where the enemy had all
its strength at command.   The triumph was complete.
"The German light cruiser Mainz, another of the Koeln class and a third
whose name Is unknown, have been destroyed this week as well as two destroyers. Evidently a strong concerted attack hal been planned, just as
out old seamen would have planned It, to begin In the dark and reach its
decisive point at dawn. The attacking force was the organized battle cruiser
squadron. The light cruiser squadron and dest.-0.ver3 and submarine flotillas
were  engaged.
"To Hear Admiral Beatty, the flag officer longest afloat, commanding
the Jirst battle cruiser squadron, comprising the t'iagship Lion, Queen Mary,
I'rincess Hoyal and New Zealand, fell the opportunity and honor which will
make him and his officers and crew the envy of the whole fleet.
"The conduct  of  the  operations   was  under  the  direction  of  Sir  John
.leiiiroe, commander-in-chief.
"Sir David  Beatty Is one of Ihe most brilliant of our officers and with
, him were Hear Admiral Mooro aud Hear Admiral Christian; also Commander
Key.-. Commander Tyrwrltt  and Commander (.oodenough.
'Complete as was our victory we have suffered little. All our ships and
vessels are afloat and In good order.
We must officially note the high efficiency of our gunnery. Not a (Ierman cruller escaped and their destroyers wildly fled to shelter, having had
two of their number sunk."
NO   HEAVY   LOSS  OF   LIFE.
Ixmdon, Aug. M.���10:36 p.m. ���It is announced that the British fleet
has sunk two Herman cruisers and two German torpedo boat destroyers otf
Heligoland.    A third cruiser was set on fire and left sinking.
It Is announced that no British ships were lost In the battle and that the
British losses ol life were not heavy. In addition to the two torpedo boat
destroyer! anil three cruisers destroyed many of the German torpedo boat
destroyers  were damaged.
ANOTHER  DESTROYER  DESTROYED.
Chse   Foo,   China,   Aug.   29.-12:45   a.m.-Tiie   Hritish   torpedo   boat   lies' -ver Welland engaged and sank Ihe German torpedo boat destroyer S-.O.
AND ANOTHER GOES TO JOIN  M'GINTY.
London.  Aug.   .8.--A  Central  News  dispatch   from   Brlndisl,   Italy,  says
lhat a   Hrltish
minute fight
German Reservists Continue
to Enter Tsing Tao to Assist Defenders.
Public Opinion
Meetings   to   Be   Held  in
England to Encourage
Enlistment.
Kiao Chow, Shantung, China, Aug.
27, (Delayed)���German reservists
from different parts of China still aro
entering Tsing Tao. Many of them,
khaki-clad, are along the railway lie-
twee WeiHalen, province of Shang-
tung, and Tsing Tao. The first German outposts are at a village twelve
miles from Tsing Tao. It is there
that the bridge has been broken.
The outer line of defense runs from
the  small   river  Dltsun  through   tbe ]
mountains   about   eight   miles     from 1 ,  .  ._��._ ���,.k
Tsing Tao.    This line is not strongly I ;J,ffort .lo. 9tl"'u!a^, " * �� frT h, 1&
fortified  and  the   real  defense  oroh- I llc  ��PUlon a,ld  Publ,c  effort  in  th&
l/ondon, Aug. 2S., 8.30 p.m.���Premier
Asquith has decided to address meetings In the principal cities in tbe
united kingdom to make plain the
cause of the war and to set forth that
it is tbe duty of every man to do his
part to make the issue a successful
one for the British anus. The pr��-ir_-
ier ha3 directed letters to the lords
mayor of the various cities with regard to these meetings in which he
says: 1
"The time has come for a combined
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ probably will be mad" across a narrow-
neck of land only three quarters of
a mile long, three miles from Tsing
Tao. The mountains within this line
are named Moltksbirg, Bismarckberg.
and lltisberg. powerful guns are in
position on the slopes leading to those
mountains. Tlle defenses are strengthened by barbed wire entanglements
VANCOUVER OFFICER
SHOT BY A THUG
greatest conflict In which our people
have eter been engaged. Everybody
who can contribute to the accomplishment of this task is not justified in
standing aside.
"I propose as a first step that meetings should be held without delay, not
only in our great centres of population and industry but ln every district, urban and rural, throughout the
I united kingdom, at which the justice
of our cause should be made plain
and the duty of every man to do his
p..rt set  forth."
destroyer  sank  an   Austrian   destroyer ofr  Corfu   after
ten
Despite Vigorous Search of the Police
The Criminal Has Not Been Apprehended���Detect ve Lev's is Not
Expected  to   Recover.
Tsing Tao Fight
Will Soon Start
Guns of Allies Will Have a
Greater Range and Can
Safely Bombard.
No capture  has  as yet been  made ] ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
by  the  Vancouver  police of the  Ital- !  .
lan  named  "Mickey"  who early  yes- ]
terday morning slabbed Thomas Ho-I Peking, Aug. 28.-- Military men here
gun iu a restaurant and followed up i say lhat the warships of the allies
his murderous work by shooting down including the Australian dreadnought,
Detective Richard Levis. "Mickey" is which ts expected iu China waters
said  to have committed  the shooting I soon,  will  be  able to bombard Tsing
German Casualties Something Terrible���Out of
Two Regiments Only 50
Men Are Left.
Paris, Aug. 28., 11.15 p.m.���An official communication issued by the department tonight says:
"The situation on our front from
the department of 8omme, (Northwest Krance) to the Vosges remains
the same today as yesterday.
"Tbe German forces appear to have
slackened  their march."
Tbe apparent inaction of the armies
aa indicated In the offidlal statement
is explained by the frightful execution of both who (or days have been
fighting furiously.
The losses of both armies are appalling, particularly those of Germans.
A prisoner relates that the German
regiments, the 112th and the 142nd.
lost so heavily that they were made
into one and of that only fifty men
now remain.
Innocent Belgians Slaughtered
And Louvain Utterly Destroyed
German Troops Fire on Their Own Soldiers and to Hide
Their Error Pretend It Was the Belgians and
Devestate the City.
HEAlffl OE THE CITY
Will BE ADVOCATED
Campaign Will Be Inaugurated for
Betterment of Conditions in
New Westminster.
London. Aug. 28. 7.35 p.m.���The
war information bureau announces tbe
following;
"The Belgian minister of foreign'
affaics reports that on Tuesday a German army corps, after receiving a
check, withdrew in disorder to the
city of Louvain. The Germans on
guard at the entrance ot the city,
mistaking thc nature of thia Incursion
fired upon their countrymen, whom
they mistook, for Belgians.
"In spite of all the denials from
the authorities the Germans, in order
to cover their mistake, pretended it
was the inhabitants who tired on
them, wHaras the Inhabitants, including the police, all bad been disarmed
more than a week before.
"Without inquiry and   without  lis
tening to any protest, the German
commander anounced tbat the town
would be destroyed immediately. Tbe
Inhabitants were ordered to leave*
their dwellings and some were made
prisoners. The women ud children
were placed on trains, tbe destination
of which are not Itoown, and soldier*
furnished with bombs set fire to aU
parts of the city. Tbe splendid
church of St. Peter, the university
buildings, the library' and scientific establishments were delivered to tbe
.flames.
"Several notable citizens were shot.
The city, which had a population of
45,00. and was the intellectual metropolis of the Low Countries, is now
nothing more than a heap of ashes."
MIllllA DEPARTS
TODAY EOR ISLAND
Recruiting af Secsad Contingent Will
Not Start for Some
Time.
TWO  HUNDRED  THOUSAND GERMANS  ALREADY  KILLED.
i'aris. Aug. 28.���Two hundred thousand (Ierman.. have been killed and j
wounded in Belgium alone, according to a Belgian lieutenant by th
Bougard, who has arrived in  I'aris from Niinnii, where only two forts have
hern silenced. On one ot these 292 shells fell In one night.
OPPOSED BY FIVE ARMY CORPS.
London,   Aug.   28.    Premier   Asquith   announced   In   tiie   house   of   coin-;
mom   today   that  the   Hritish  troops  In   Wednesday's   fighting   were   exposed
to  the attack  ol  five  (Ierman  army  corps.    The  losses on  both   sides   were!
great.   Premlei Asquith said:
'We  have  heard   from   Field   Marshal   Si:   John   French,  commander-in-
chief of  the  British   forces,  that  In  the   fighting   which   tool;   place   between
his army and  the enemy on  Wednesday, Aug.  20, and  which  appears  from1
French  official  reports  to  have  been  in  the  neighborhood  of  Cambral  and I
l.elcateau, our troops were exposed to the attack of five (ierman army corps,
two divisions of cavalry and a reserve corps of cavalry, anil a second cavalry]
division,    Our  second   corps  In  the   fourth  division   bore  the  brunt  ot  the
cavalry  attack,  while our  first  army corps  was attacked  on  the  right audi
Inflicted  a  heavy  loss on  the enemy.
"1 regret to say that our casualties were heavy, but the exact numbers |
nre not yet known. The behavior of our troops was in all respects admirable, i
General Joffre, the French eomnianiler-in-chiei', in a message published thisi
morning, conveys his congratulations and sincere thanks for the protection so effectively given by our army to the French flank."
With a shot gun, holding the weapon
within a few luches of the detective
who was attempting to arrest him.
Early this morning the detective
name 0f i vva._. still alive although no hopes are
entertained  for his recovery.
Immediately   after  the  crime   was
committed   the   Vancouver  police   patrol was sent over to this city to obtain   the  services  of the  bloodhounds
kept   at   the   B.   C,   penitentiary,   the
round   trip   being   made   in   less   than
forty-five   minutes.     The   capture   Ol
! the assailant  is  believed to  be  but   a
: matter ol a few hours, all  points be-
I ing car. fully guarded.
Tao with safety, owing to the range
of their large guns, which is greater
than that or the guns within the Ger-
inuu fortifications.
0. S. NEWSPAPERS
ROAST GERMANS
FOREIGN LEGION
PARADES THIS A. M.
jTake Serious Objection  to
Statement   That   War
I News Is Colored.
all day,
of disembarkation
Motley   Mixture  of  Nations Will
Represented In Police Court Before   Magistrate  Edmonds.
Be
BRITISH   IN   FORCE  AT  OSTEND
London, Aug. 28.���British murines in tone ure now in control of Ostend,
says a dispatch from Ostend to the Times.    They continued landing
ami several quick firers were brought ash
is proceeding with precision. ^^^^^H
The  British  Officers  assert  lhat  they  have  not  landed   sooner  because
til objections by the local authorities, who held a meeting In the town hall, I rattle of drums,  the  Foreign   Legion
where  several   prom-nee:   officials  objected   to  the 'British   landing  on   the      '"   -- ���J-   -'-'-     '--    ���������
ground tbat it would frighten the hotel visitors
The fighting at Pna
.Minus  the   blare  of  bugles  or  the
New York  Telegram Caustically
raigns Anglo-Germans for Their
Attitude in Criticizing.
Ar-
jectors.
marines.
and    tho
. _ skerke on Tuesday changed the minds of these oh-
"cit;,    fathers"   asked  the  British   government   to  send
:,i ��� don, Auc
WILL   UTILIZE   INDIAN   TROOPS.
n.  -The Marquis oi I'rewe. secretary of state for India,
that lhe government proposed to em-
Indicated In  tho house or lords today
ploy native Indian troops In the war.
BRITISH TAKE DEADLY TOLL.
London, Aug. 28. An Ostein! dispatch to Ihe Chronicle s.iys that Cerman
Soldiers Who reached Courtral declared that 10,000 British soldiers have
been killed In the fighting In Beligum. A woumleil/.ouave officer In I'aris
today estimated that the German losses in the three days' fighting at
Charleroi. mainly with the British, were 60,000 in killed nnd wounded.
FIRST HOSPITAL SHIP ARRIVES.
Southampton, England, Aug. 29.���1:80 a.m.���The first hospital ship rrom
arrived   here   lasl   night   with   200   British   wounded   from   the   lirst
Mons.    Nearly all the men were Injured by shell fire.
France
battle ut
last   night
RUSSIANS ADVANCE IN GALICIA AND PRUSSIA.
London.   Aug.   29.- 12:30   a.m.���Tlle   Russian   embassy   here
received dispatches from St. Petersburg to the effect that the Russians had
 -* " -'"   "c ���""- ��-������ ��� ""���-igsberg. alter repulsing
In Galicia  the advices
occupied Allenstein, Kast Prussia, 25 miles from Koenigsberg. alter
tho Germans  who had  brought  up  reinforcements.
said  the  Russian advance continued  and  an  Austrian  regiment   has  been
annihilated.
will parade this mottling at S.80
o'clock in the police court. With
Sergeant Kd. Pentland acting us
scoutmaster. Jailer I'harlle Plttendrlgh on the left flank and City Rns-
diiver Sharp bringing up the rear, the
most motley crew ever brought together In one day by the local police
will march over the "bridge or sighs"
under the gaze of Magistrate Kd-
mends and Chief Bradshaw.
With one exception they are either
allies or neutrals. The exception is
in Austrian who was picked up load
ed to the gunwales, and will probably
bear scrutiny by the military authorities as a possible prisoner of war by
the time the "morning after" sign is
hoisted.
At 11 o'clock last night tlie roll call
was made with the following results:
Greeks, 2; Austrians. 1; Norwegian. 1;
Hindus. 1:   Indians. 5;  Great  Britain,
Six of the crew will answer charges
Of being drunk and disorderly. The
Indians are all charged with being
intoxicated with the exception of one.
who  was  challenged    by   P. C,  Jaek
British Capture
German Prizes
CANADA AWAKENING
10 HER OPPORTUNITY
Br���oe,   investigation of a b��_td n����� I "J, ����-' goup o   persons
suitcase owned by one Of the Indians       ,nlong        U) _vpn ,  t, l    '
disclosed  thc  presence of two quarts L��putable   newBpapers   0,   %��   \1^
Hon;.  Kong. An;-. 27.    Th" Cerman
steamer Sonogamlila with a cargo of
cattle nnd coal was made a prize
Jointly by the British cruiser llamp
shire nnd the French cruiser Oupleix.
Tho German steamer c Ferdinand
l.aeisz, wtiich sailed from Yokohama
on Juljr 26 for New York, arrived here
tonight, a British prize, lt is reported that the (ierman steamer Yorck
and Prinz Walrlomar also have been
captured and nre being brought here.
The naval prize courl is sitting today on Its first cusp, that of the captured collier l-lspolh..
Ottawa, Aug. 2S. A steady stream
of cullers, as well ns letters, telegrams
and Inquiries to the department ot
trade and commerce Indicate that Canadian manufacturers are awakening;
to the opportunities of (rude development resulting from the war, and particularly to extend their activities to
those lines heretofore imported from
(Iermany. No fewer than a dozen
linns had representatives nt the department today securing Information
along these lines and they are very
hopeful of being able to keep their
| factories :-:oing at full capacity.
of firewater. _U
Of Ihe scraps, one occured on Be
hie street, where two Creeks got into an argument whether the "
man of Kurope" would be able to
(Ireece with the aid of the Cerman
cruisers Breslnti and Dresden, against
the two warships recently purchased
from Uncle Sam. The confab was
never finished, for a crash of glass
caused by one of the combatants poking Ills fist through the fishmonger's
window, aroused the police.
From noon until 11 o'clock the city
patrol was burning gasoline, while
the desk sergeant suffered an attack
of writer's cramp booking the prison
ers.
|n. I i>.""" _,    .......    ......    ,...|n..j
sick !,u'wa Prominently whether it
lick il'l'rman defeats, French victor
The week of November 15 to 21 is
going to be remembered in this city
If Dr. A. L. McQuarrie, City Engineer
Blackman, Sanitary Inspector S. J.
Pearce and the health committee of
the local council of women have any
say in the matter.
Yesterday, at a meeting held in the
X. XV. C. ii. a plan of campaign was
mapped out tn the rough which promises to open the eyes of residents of
the Royal City towards keeping good
health in the home and on the street.
It Is going to be a "clean-up" campaign with a vengeance. surpa-Sing
the ("fforfs nude last year when some
nooks and corners of this lair city
were explored to an extent that some
of the owners ran the risk of being
arrested.
Last fall the plan of attack centered
about unsightly and unclean buildings,
more especially the exterior of some.
This time it is going to enter the
home, not by forcible means, but by
a series of lectures, by exhibits aud if
possible from the pulpits of the city
churches.
Plain   Health Talks.
Clean as the monthly health sheet
issued by Dr. .McQuarrie has been during the past few months, the civic
MHO. is by no means satisfied. Contusions diseases have been kept down
to the minimum but that in his opin
ion. does not imply that there is a lot
of sickness in New- Westminster that
can be wiped out if the residents take
enough interest in themselves and
others to listen to some plain talks
irom people who have made a study
ind practice along certain medical
and health-giving lines.
Yesterday's meeting was ostensibly
or the purpose of organizing a branch
-f the Koyal Sanitary Institute In the
sity. The three members of the institute -.esideni in the city, were present at Ihe gathering called by the
executive of the local council of women and after some discussion, tt was
the general opinion that a "health
week" would he more practicable.
Everybody could get in on this, it
was thought, as it would not mean
that no person, other than members
of the Institute, would be eligible to
Join  in  the campaign.
The cancellation  of the annual  exhibition was brought up with the announcement that  there  would  be  no
"Better     Babies"    contest   this   year.
This matter was circumvented by the
decision to run a babies' competition
in connection with health week, when
lectures  could  be given  on  care  and
reeding   Of   children.     Domestic   science will  not  be overlooked and it is
planned to enlist ihe services of the
domestic science teacher at Columbian
college who will be asked to give practical demonstrations in a down town
! hall, where the women of the city can
I be shown what it means to cook food
In a  proper  manner.    City  Engineer
and   vituperations  and   Blackman   has   consented   to   give   a
not   worth  the  paper  on | lectme on the water supply and means
of prevention of contamination.   The
I school authorities will lie interviewed
land  asked  to give  their  support   to-
j wards a lecture on the health of the
school children.
The campaign opened  yesterday in
the Initial stages.   Like an army corps
preparing its lines of communication,
���the committee in charge will be busy
during  the   Interim   so   that   by   the
time Nov.  15 conies along everything
j will be in readiness for a better and
| a cleaner city.
Coote. Thia morning's contingent will
be under command of Capt. H. P.
Smith who since the departure of
Capt. Haines for the front has been
acting as adjutant.
The commanding officer, since his
return from Ottawa, has taken active
charge of the regiment
Company A will be left In the city
with i'apt. Tom Cunningham us senior
officer.
No orders are expected from Ot
tawa to recruit for a second overseas-
contingent until the departure of the
troops now assembled at Valcartier.
According to Col. Taylor when seen
yesterday tbe eagerness at present
shown to enlist in the regiment is a
favorable sign that New Westminster
and district will not be lacking ln
sending more men when required. At
present some forty names are on the
books of those wishing to enlist but
Queens park, will he desert. J by the
military on Monday according to plans
made yesterday, the departure ot two
additional companies this morning for
Vancouver island allow the remaining unit, the bugle band and the head- ^^m^_^_^_^_^_^m^_^_m
quarters staff to he moved to the arm-\[0T "hom "�� Pulsion .<���� *��� <**<**
���,   , as the regiment is again up to  full
ones on Sixth street. '
Orders were received from brigade
headquarters in Vancouver yesterday
for two mora companies to entrain for
the island where they will Join the
thiee companies that left ou Monday
last   under   the  command  of   Major
peace  strength.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Today's departure for the island will
take place at the park at 8 o'clock.
three special cars having been chartered to transport the troops to Vancouver, where they will embark on a
steamer.
First Canadian Troops Sail
Today For The Continental War
Princess Patricia Light Infantry Receives an Enthusiastic
Farewell from Ottawa and Montreal-
March Like Veterans.
New York. N. Y., August 28.���
Despite all the explanations of their
position which the newspapers of the
I'nited States have attempted to give
fault-finding readers who complain of
one-sldedness In printing the Kuropeaii
war news, protestations still continue
to pour in to editors, and at public
meetings      everywhere,       principally
j among Hermans and Austrians, the
American press is being belabored with
[charge,   of  tin'..irne.s    toward    their
I countr '-s.
j     As ..  result  tiie New  York  Evening
iTeieg.itii on Wednesday rose in its
wratb and huiled a reply In double
, column spao- at the villilu-rs ol itseii
I ami American newspapers in general,
which is annul as strong as such a
missive  could  be  worded.    The Tele-
. gram said:
"It appears to be about time for
the newspapers in New York, which
are perfectly sineere In publishing the
news of the Kuropeaii war just as they
receive lt, to inform a lot of letter
writing, bombastic Hermans that all
their    abus
threats  are ^^^^^^^
which they are written.
Doe.   Not Care a Rap.
"The   Evening   Telegram   docs   not
care a rap for the individual opinion
Ottawa, Aug. 28.���Canada's first
crack regiment, the Princess Patricia Light Infantry, consisting of over
WOli men. seven hunderd of which
have seen active service, marched
through the streets of Ottawa to tlie
skirl of the pipes and the cheers of
thousands who lined the streets to
entrain for Montreal this afternoon.
The regiment, garbed in the regulation khaki, made a splendid appearance and marched like veterans. It
Is safe to say that it will receive a
splendid reception when it readies
London and that there will be few
finer regiments at the front.
Montreal.   Aug.   2S.���Tl
Princess
Patricia Light regiment arrived iu
Montreal from Ottawa at 6.15 thia
evening and paraded through some of.
the principal streets before going on
board the White Star liner Megantic
to sail at dawn tomorrow. Local interest in this body of soldiers is very
keen as it is regarded iu a sense, as
a  Montreal regiment.
Cheering all along the line of march
was spontaneous.
The Third Battery. Canadian Field-
Artillery, the field battery including
the headquarters staff and ammuii-
tion column, C. F. A., and forty recruits of thc Fifth Royal Highlanders left for Valcartier tonigbt.
WEST WAS LOOSE
IN PRINCE RUPERT
What appear.
V" another Aus
trian reservist was taken into custody
by Sergeant Pentland yesterday afternoon, a charge of c'.ntnkenc-S being
lodged against htm,
have any ulterior motive whatever in
publishing news and displaying till -
be about
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ictorics. Antrum  setbacks or  Russian  triumph-. I
"As all American cable communic.
Hon with ('iermany was cut off even
before the beginning of hostilities, It
has been impossible to obtain an)
direct or authoritative Information
concerning Germany's possible i ie-
tories or a verification of the defeats
which  she  has already   suffered.
"In view of this fact, the Information
concerning practically all military
movements in Kurope naturally comes
from France. Belgium and England
"While in a few Instances some of
thc accounts already published may
have been colored on account of their
origin, subsequent information has
shown  that  with  ver.   little variation
Francis Edward West, proprietor of
the Id, lf> and 26 cent store, at the
corner of Columbia and Sixth streets,
came up in the police court yesterday morning on two charges of fraud
perpetrated ou a local bank, and, by
an agreement between tlie lawyers
for the prosecution and the defense,
had his hearing stood over until next
Monday morning. Thc magistrate refused to reduce the bail In the first
instance at $5000 and West will have
to raise that amount in two sureties
of $2500 each if he wants his liberty
till next Monday.
West was accompanied from Prince
Rupert by Detective Walter Burrows,
of tills city, who went north for his
man after Chief Bradshaw had wired
the 0, T. P. terminal city police to
hold  the accused.    When lie  arrived
in the north the New Westminster detective found that West had not been
placed under arrest at ail. but was
going about quite freely waiting for
a boat to sail on which he had booked passage. The detective accordingly travelled south by tbe same boat
and landed West in the cooler Thursday  night.
Yesterday morning Mr. Anderson,
of Vancouver, who is acting with
Adam S. Johnston, of this city, for tho
deft use, asked Magistrate Edmonds
for n reduction in bail from $5000 to
$2000, pointing his argument with the
information that West had returned
of his own accord to face the charge
against him. and suggesting also that
money at present was exceedingly
hard to obtain, even for bail securities. The court, however, refused thn
application and the original ball of
$5000 stood. The prosecution is being conducted by Mr. Parks, of Van��
couver.
Only two charges were read against
West yesterday morning, involving
about $2000 alleged to have obtained
by fraud from one of the three banks
which West is said to have mulcted
for a total of about $6000.
(.Continued on I'ugo Two.
SOLDIER SUICIDES
AT VALCARTIER
Valeartier Camp. Que., Aug. 28.���
There was a suicide in camp today.
The victim was Private Kachus. of
th? Calgary regiment. He was found
iti the field hospital with his throat
cut, having used his own razor. His
Comrades said that while on the way
to Valcartier he appeared to be dejected. He was In such a nervous
condition   on   arriving   here   that   he
was scut     to  the    hospital.    So   farjnoee      AHvpHiein
nothin. is known cf his History    or",,' .l     ���"     ,
the cm... leading to thc BvUcids,    '   When the Canad
THE BACKBONE OF NATIONAL PROSPERITY.
Farming is by common consent the basis of our national wealth and prosperity. The farmers of Canada
have, for the past two years, been getting top prices for
what they have had to sell and have been able to obtain
what they have had to buy at moderate prices. The war
means better times for the farmers.
Where the foundations of natirnal wealth and prosperity are sound and assured, hopefulness may build her
structures with confidence. .
Business in Canada can and will be good if our business men will do thei" utmost to keep the bottom in busi-
s; is a good workman for that purpose.
mdian Farmer Prospers All Is Well. PAGE TWO
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A FAMILY REMEDY
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Used "Fnit-a-tites" With Thi
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A CRUMBLING STRUCTURE.
Significant indeed is the report of the late British ambassador to Berlin,
Sir William Goschen, ln which he tells of his final interview with the German secretary of state and the German imperial chancellor prior to his departure for England.
The references made by both these Teutonic statesmen to their regret
at seeing their whole policy crumbling on the verge of the abyss of war,
their evident distress and fear at learning of Britain's determination to
fight for Belgium's neutrality, ag compared with tlie vindictive and insulting
messages from tbe kaiser with regard to his honorary titles In the British
army and navy, leave only one conclusion to be drawn, viz., that, against the
better Judgment and sympathies of his ablest advisers, the crazed Wilhelm has -plunged his empire into a struggle! from which It never-can emerge
Intact.
In the language of the German private taken prisoner before Liege, "This
is not a people's war; It is sn officers' war." What Bismarck built up, Wilhelm is tearing down and the paranoiac of Potsdam is very likely to be
buried In the ruins of the structure his great chancellor strove so hard to rear.
Bismarck was no velvet-gloved statesman; on the contrary he originated for Germany the doctrine of "blood and Iron," but he was pre-eminently
a man of the hardest-headed commonsense and an opportunist of the most
skillful kind. Bismarck believed in cementing the new Gerrtian empire with
blood; it had to bo shed where (Iermany was certain beyond all shadow
of a doubt to win. The Franco-Prussian war, which he so skilfully forced
on   weak   France and  her   weaker emperor,  proved   that  point.
Had Bismarck been alive today ami hail he seen the necessity for more
sanguinary cement to hold the German states to the Prussian nucleus, he
possibly would have sought his material once more in France; he might event'
have taken on Itussia us well, but never for one moment would he have
risked the hostility of Britain and her navy. France today is a giant when
compared with the military dwarf which Napoleon III led to an ignominious
defeat, but even then Bismarck had assured himself that France would have
to stand alone against him. He Isolated her from the whole of Europe and,
though one of her ablest men went from court to court seeking assistance,
not a  power  responded.
Bismarck assuredly chose the material for his cement of blood; it came
from the weak, not from  tha strong.
Setting aside natural friendship for un old ally, racial sympathies and
ancient bonds of goodwill, is It any wonder Von llethmann-Hollweg and Gottlieb von Jagow mourned for the crumbling Dismarckian policy and feared
the consequences of Britain's righteous anger which their war-mad kaiser
had raised.'
Miss Gerturde fiaynor hag returned
from a visit to Mrs. J. R. Grant at
Crescent.
Mrs. O. C. Fisher has moved into
her new home on Fifth street. ' Another new home which was .ready for
occupancy this  w.eU was that of Dr.
Little,   principal  of  the   high   school.
atonal mcksv ess.
KlPP-CN, Out., June 17th. 1913.
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as a family remedy for many years.
Tbey are the best medicine I have
ever tried. "Fruit-a-tives" do me tbe
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anyone similarly afflicted.
These troubles hsve left mecomplete-
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The enormous demand for "Fruit-a-
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Indigestion, Constipation, Sour
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Sold by all dealers or sent on receipt of
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published, whether it pleases them or
not.
"This applies to naturalized Germane as much as it applies to those
who are still citizens of the fatherland. IThere is no such thing as a
Gen_.an-Ame.ican. If the Germans in
New' York or any other part of the
United atates have taken out naturalization papers they are American citi-j which ls also on Fifth streel.
zens and   if they  have  not,  they  are I ���    ���    ���
just as much Germans as though they I The dance in tho officers' mess
were at this moment fighting under' room at thu park on Friday of last
the standard of their kaiser in Bel-1 week was a very bright and most in-
gium. j formal affair.    Among tbe guests were
"The United States as a nation. Is] Major and Mrs. Doherty. Captain and
merely au onlooker in the present j Mrs. Haines, Captain and Mrs. Cor-
oonfllct In Kurope. It is sitting on the bould, Lieutenant and Mrs. Diamond,
side lines watching events as they Lieutenant anil Mrs. Swan. Miss Cor-
develop, and there Is no argument J bould, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Maiins,
that can be restored to or any sltua- Miss McKenzie, Miss Hand. Mr. Chest-
tion that may arise- even Japan's ac- nut, Mr. Stacev and a few others,
tivity in the Pacific-    that will cause .    .    ���
this country to be involved. J    Mrs. George de Heck has returned
Many  Deplore th*  War. "jto her home In Kburno after visiting
"There  are  thousands of the  very | relatives her for the past two months,
highest type of Germans In New Vork
who abhor the present war situation
and deplore the fact that their fatherland has been dragged into what may
result ultimately ln the wiping out of
the German empire; yet there are
other bigoted Germans In New Vork
who are of the opinion that the kaiser
can do no wrong, that all of the other
nations in Kurope conspired to draw-
Germany into the present conflict.
"This latter class, If theyl are so
fervwitly of the belief that everything
German must therefore be right, would
do well at this particular time' to devote all of their energies to the raising
The women of New Westminster
have not been idle this wtek and already there Is a well organised movement on foot which will give thoso
women who must stay at home and
who have been wondering what they
could do for their country an opportunity to help. An effort Is being
made to send hand knitted socks,
mils and sleeping helmets to the
front and by the enthusiasm shown
the success of the undertaking is already assured. Unfortunately, a shortage of wool has kept progress back,
but   this,   it   is  hoped,   will   be   over-
of a huge Red Cross fund which canIcome inYfew days.    Mrs. Wilks. St
be used to give succor to their much  Maw's   street,   has  Wildly   offered   to
braver  brethren now  fighting at  thc
front.
j Mary's   street,   has
' I teach anyone how to knit thest
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ersona
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gar-
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convulse  the  large  audiences   which
are   sure   to  greet  it.
ROYAL THEATRE.
The Wile of a Woman, the eighth
episode or the big Million Dollar Myall), y. will ii.udlm. u stioug bill ui
photo-plays Monday and Tuesday at
the Royal theatre. lu tills episode !
the Iliac!; Hundred try to get rid ofi
.Norton, the newspaper reporter whom j
they think is too active against them. |
After Beveral dastardly schemes
which fall, they throw him through
a manhole und let him iluwn ln a
sewer, but fale playing on his side
of the battle, brings about his rescue
after a terrible struggle for life in
the darkneBS of the sewer. They finally try to estrange him from Florence with whom he is secretly engaged. Tills new plan Is carried out
by the countess with fair success, after several scenes which call for remarkable acting. The synopsli of tho
preceding chapters will be flashed on
the screen so as to enable new patrons who wish to start on this big
sensational serial to follow the Btory.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT
It.   J
A.    BURNETT,   AUDITOR   AND
^gggJjg^   RU1-     H����"
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II. S: NEWSPAPER
ROASTS GERMANS
(Continued From Page One.)
THE   LESSON  OF  LUXEMBURG.
Oermany's peace pacts are  -good until broken."    The time to break them
Is the time that Germany selects.
Why should uny government put itself to the trouble to sign a peace
ip.'..t with Germany or why should any government accept hereafter Germany's   solemn  assurances   about   territorial   rights?���Lite.
the news as printed has been authentic and much more so than t'ae information given out through private German sources in New York last week to
the effect that 'the German fleet has
destroyed nine of England's battleships
in the North Sea' and 'the German
army is now within 86 miles of Paris.'
Not Now n Germany.
"The thousands of Germans in New
Vork, which include reputable, conscientious and high class business men
as well aa those who have not been so
fortunate in their callings, must bear
in mind that this is not Germany; that
the press here is not at the beck and
call of any despot; that news which
does not please the German kaiser,
or that which in Germany might be a
case of lese majesty, will be printed
now  and   so  long  as  newspapers  are
Mrs. Dashwood Jones has returned !
from  her holidays spent at  the  sea-
side.
.    .    .
Mrs. II. C. Mujor with her children
has returned  from    Boundary    Bay, I
where she spent the summer.
��� .    e
Mrs. Alma Lewis has returned from i
a week's visit to Mrs. C. P. Mo.-s.
��� ���    ���
Miss Bonter spent a few d:iys last '
week,  the guest of Mrs.  Arthur Mai-
Ins at Crescent.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. H. II. McBoln is the finest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Clute
for a month.
e   .   e
Miss Potts is Btaying with Mr. and
Mrs. Walker.
At the Theatres
CITY THEATRE.
A drama with a sironi; moral and
! a crmedy that is one long laugh are
the features of the City theatre today.
The drama, "The Old Cobbler" is full
I of pathos and  possesses to a marked
degree the power to slir the feelings.
It   has  to do   with   a  scape-goat  son
who is saved from a life of crime, by
his old father's love and devotion.
In   the   comedy   wifle   goes   to   the
ball  without  her husband, he follows
.and then  the trouble starts.
On Monday and Tuesday B two-reel
i sterling comedv "Love Swords" will
: be shown. This is the funniest com-
I edy  In a  long  time nnd   is  bound  to
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PRINCE OF SAXB-MBINENOBN��� In
the list of German casualties appear the names oi Prince Frederic
of Saxe-Meiningen, reported killed
at Namur, and his son i'rince Ernest, listed as wounded at Mail-
betige. ������ Kvidently there Is something wrong about this report, since
Saxe-Meiningen Is, in the first
place, not a principality at all, nor,
in the second place, is its ruler
named Frederic. This small German state is a duchy, whose ruler
is Duke George 11, and wiiose heir
apparent is the old Bernhard, born
in 1851. As far as can be mad-
out from the names and the reported age of the young prince
wounded. It would appear that the
titled German killed before Namur
w��s Prince Frederick of Waldeek.
whose heir apparent, Josias George
William, was born in 1896. The
prince reported wounded at Maubeuge is said to have been born la
1896.
MA-LINES���More commonly known as
.Mechlin, is one of the important
manufacturing centres of Belgium.
Its population Is fifty-five thousand
in the city proper, with twice that
i..any in Its suburbs. It is situated on the. river Dyle which empties
into the Schelde and so reaches the
sea through the lowlands of Holland. Mechlin has many industries,
tlie principal products of which are
flour, starch, sugar, whisky and
ti-er. After an heroic two-iiays' de-
fi nee by the Belgians it has surrendered to the Germans, who Im-
p. .ed a war tax on the city and
orcfered the inhabitants to evacuate} The occupying German army
i? reported to be entrem-hing Itself
strongly at Malines, which would
em to Indicate that the kaiser's
fi ce s intend making that point a
1 se of o;i"rations against Antwerp,
��� ���! moBt strongly fortified point in
i-iilgiuiii. about  -0  miles distant.
Tot
jNAl One of the leading cities
in the department of ilainault. Bel-
gl im. which has been occupied by
tlm Germans, is said to have been
f ced to pay a war tax or $400,000.
th'i buragmoste. being held ns a
le .tage till the money was paid
m.r. Toumal lies on the Schelde
ner, five miles from the French
In (er ami thirty miles from the
fir�� occupied Iiritish position at
M .ns. It is the centre of one of
tie- most thinly settled districts of
lb Igiir.n and has seen former bat-
tii . in 1681. 1CC7. 1709 and 1745. It
Is ten miles northeast of the old
ba tlefield of Font. noy.
01.1.1'.' RIVEIi���If the reports of the
Hu.sian advance in Kast Prussia
and the corresponding German re-
tri at from that region are correct,
the Oder river promises to be th.
scene of military operations on n
large scale, since it ls stated tht
German forces operating against tin
Kussians will make their stand
along the banks of this stream in an
attempt, to stem the march of the
czar's troops on Berlin. The Oder
river, which flows, generally, due
north and south into the Settln
Haft, an inlet of the Baltic sea. ls
about fifty miles east of Berlin
the German capital, lu the district
along the Oder which would likely
be Involved in the defence of Berlin the principal cities are Stettin,
at the mouth of the river;
Schwedt, about sixty miles northwest of Berlin; Kustrin, rifty miles
due east of Berlin, Frankfort and
Guben. Of these points the first
most likely to be attacked would be
Frankfort and Guben, as each ls
an important railroad centre, hav
ing direct connection with the capital, while Frankfort also offers the
beginning of an easy water grade
route of march up the river Spree
to the heart of the German empire.
The Oder haB seen many military
operations In the past and in Its
neighborhood were fought some of
Napoleon's hardest battles. It Is
a river of considerable si/.e and with
the strong German fortifications tn
its west should form a serious bar
to the Russian tide of advance.
GERMAN SHIPPING���The blockade
established by the British fleet,
which has so completely throttled
German shipping, has had its greatest elicit on the mouths of the Elbe
and Weser rivers, leading respectively to the great seaport towns of
Hamburg and Bremen. By the British blockade the following German
trade routes, comprising the whole
of the empire's foreign business at
sea have been thoroughly strangled:
Lines running to Bergen, Tronilh-
Jem llammerfest Gotlieburg Chris-
tlanla, London, Harwich, Grimsby,
Hull, Lelth, Hongkong, Yokohama,
Shanghai, Amsterdam, Suez, Boer-
abaya Antwerp. Popo, Kamerun,
Kongo, Tenerlffe, lloina, Loanila.
Naples, Dar-El- Salaam, Zanzibar.
Natal, Southampton, Havre, New-
York, St. Thomas, i'ort au I'rince,
Colon, Havana, Vera Cruz, Tamplco, La Guayra, San Domingo, New
Orleans, Rio Janeiro, Lisbon, Ba-
heira, Santos, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Valparaiso, ('allno, Brindisl.
Sydney, Apia and Baltimore. The
German lines operating on regular
schedule to the foreign ports In
this list are at least twenty-four in
number, every one of which has
been put completely out of business
by the British blockade of the Weser and Kibe and the operations of
British cruisers In every sea on the
globe.
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DENNY & ROSS
FOR JUST FOUR DAYS MORE.
���JBwbb 588 COR. SIXTH AND CARHARVON STS.      We Pay tlie Freight
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
Tt. all Eastern points in Canada and United States. Tickets on sale
flatly until September 80th. Kinal return limit October 31st, 1914.
(uolce of route,
I SAVE TIME on your Eastern trip by leaving New Westminster
!i!f#:.5 p.m   making It.oct connection at IJ.erett, Wash.
jj.ORIENTAL LIMITED, through train to ChlC"_*o. *;S.rvi.e' of
tlii|t)ii. I." Visit Glacier National Park "where enjoyment is Immense
at yt minin   m expenfe.'
;' Tickets sold on all Trans-Atlantic lines.
F. C. MEYERS
AGFNT
Passenger Station
Phone 263
C. W. MELDRUM
A.G.P.A.
SEATTLE, WASH.
Electric Household Appliances
A cordial invitation is Riven the ladles of New Westminster to
visit the salesrooms of tbe Ii. ('. Electric, lu the company's terminal
at Columbia and Kicbtb. to inspect our complete line of Electric
Cook ing and Household appliances.
These appliances greatly lessen the labor of the housewife, promoting both her comfort and convenience. They are always ready
for service, operating on connretlon with any household socket. The
coBt for current is only a few cents per hour of continuous oporation.
Electric Cooking Applanees just meet your summer demands as
they can do all forms of light cooking just as well as tho kitchen
range. Fully seventy-five por cent of your summer cooking'can be
done in this manner.
THE   APPLIANCES  WILL   BE   DEMONSTRATED   FOR   YOU   AND
ALL QUESTIONS ANSWERED.    YOU WILL FIND THE VISIT
���   fc0T;_��  INTEBE8TING  AND  INSTRUCTIVE.
BRITISH C0I-U1M EttCTRH. KAIIM COMPANY
New Westminster Salesrooms, B.C. Electric Block, Columbia A Eighth
BOILERS
Riveted Steel Pipes
���      BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P.  O.  BOX  442
TELEPHONE   It*
?m ���*m
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2Q, 1914.
THB NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
Classified Advertising
��� RATES. ���
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
*��W *m *9 *~ W m V 9 9 *\f WW # ��� ���] POB   SAI.K-Sell   your   property   tl.ruuBh
mm,    ____  M   *'m - ll"   ,"''   '"   "'I--1   column.
ClaMlnea ��� -una writ p**r word per ":,v! ] -     ,
4c p'-r  wind  iter wi'i'k ;   16c l��-r  month;
1000 worda iu .��>��� um-il aw required wlthinlFOR KAJJ-;���Two crrotuar saw:* nn-- hhw
on** yetir  from ��Jny of contract, |16.60_
MALE  HELP WANTED.
OTHKHS HKCKIVK $1E_ to 16!. wwkly I
Why not you? Write UnmtdUtely for
full piirticiilitm. wimple, plctur**, liter-
jtUire, niv __xpfTU*nc*�� USMOQeuary, Kn-
?.__*��� ioc to oarer com. TiitturU 0.
Mffhli.il. 1'. 0. liox Bi Kdmonton, AU**r-
tu. OaiiHtli (3731)
* 'hie complete Apply at The n��.wh of��
flee.
KOK 8ALB���$1.00 down. 11.00 per week.
''am. .!.-����� Pride Malleable Har.*.-.*;
everyone Kuaranteed.    Market    iqu_uv.
(37 ID)
TO RENT.
TO RENT���Cottage, furnlsbad. $ 1 ii pfr
month. 114 Seventh street, half hlock
from Central  tk'hool. * 37(_-___ j
flQb-UNK p<iv dollar*, where chlckene piiy
Anu, email cajjJUtl mnnl-rd, email
iffwr rvqulrt'd; iwid for May laeue of
our Journal: fully explained there;
pfioe t��*n rente. Reliable Hyuab Journal,   Vereuillt-H.   Mo. (3734)
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
others kkckivk tn ot ics weekly
Way not you? Write Immediately for
full particulais, Hample, picture, litci-
ature, etc. Kicp<!rlenc��; unnecessary. Kn-
c\0fut 10c *> cover cost. Clifford C.
MItch'-l1 P. 0. Box 2, Edmonton, Alberta. Canada. (373i>
POR HUNT���New up to date apartment*.
tviitrul, tint-trie elevator, heat, hut anil
cold water, gae etove for cooking. Free
laultur Hen Ice and vacuum chumer.
Rent $3o and uy. Apply Hotel Ruaeell
or the Janitor Arundel apartments, Bejf-
hli>  ��tn-et. * 37 r��__. i
KOR    '.KNT���If you have  ruomn  I
try un ud. in thi* oolumu.
Koit  RENT���Ms-room  bouse  furnished.
Third   etroet.     Apply   P.   O.   Box   IH
(3737>
!*0 RENT ��� I'^umfehed houenkeeplng
rooniM, $10 per month, ul -2. fcw.v--.ath
street mint.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WAMTBD���-Capable   dressmaker     wants
works.     Phone   1324. (8768.
POR RENT���Modern clean house* In all
parts of town and Burnaby at very low
rente B. ti. Hnmli phone 312. 201
Westminster Trust  Hldg.
WAKTH-D��� ROOMERS     ANI)     BOARD-
ers;   Ei27   Carnarvon  St..
WANTKIi ��� Dressmaking '��� prices reasonable. Now Is the tlm** to put your orders In before the fall rush. Mrs. C.
Cunningham, suite 10, Rrailley a part-
ments. (3722)
WANTED��� ^household furniture. Will
huy, st.ll on cumiiilsslou or exchange.
Aflotlon sales conducted. H. J. Russell,
"The Only Reliable/' comer Columbia
and Fourth streets. Phone 881.     (8718J
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY To LOAN���$700 for city property. Amounts of 8100 up at current
rates fur Improved farms. No unreasonable Charges, li. Q, Brush. P.O. box
164,  city.
WANTED Household furniture ami
stocks of merchandise in large or small
-luuntith-s for spot cash ��r will sell
your goods hy public auction ami give s
guarantee.] value, or no oomnusston
charged. Before disposing of your
Kui.it - elsewhere call In Prod Davis and
get his values, then wee the others, af'.-
erwards Davis will sell for you or huy.
C:ill at White Lunch. 648 Columbia
Mr-nit      Phone  216. (8781 ���
AGENTS  WANTED.
OTHERS RBCEIVK ��15 to $66 weekly!
Why not you? Write Immediately for
full pari leu lars. sample, ph.ture, literature, etc. Experience unnecessary, En-
olose 10c to cover cost. Clifford C.
Mitchell, P. O. Box 2. Edmonton. Alberta,   Canada. C.731 *
LACROSSE
GOLF
BOXING
S PORT
BASEBALL
CRICKET
SOCCER CHARGE
Trouble  ii  Threatened  Againet  Port
Coquitlam  in Connection With
McBride Shield Series.
Trouble I. brewing ln conDection
with the McBride truphy captured by
Port Coquitlam laat spring from the
Victoria West club. A charge :ias
beeu laid wltb the Mainland Football
association that McNaughton, the local full-back, assisted the Port City
team In debating Victoria on tbe
Capital City grounds and an explanation has been asked by Davie l-elth.
If the charge Is sustained drastic
_.<��� tic.n will probably be taken against
the club und also the player involved.
In local soccer circles it ls hoped that
the I'ort Coquitlam club will be In a
position to deny the accusation and
thuB retain their untarnished record
of winning trophies.
composed of tlio.c who upheld Itoyal
City in years past will attempt to do
the "come-back" stunt. Mayor <iray,
Herb Ryall, Krnle Sinclair, Fred
Lynch and others have agreed to Join
in the fun, while If an automobile
can be s*t at large for the space of a
few mluutes. Bid Malcolmson, the old
lime umpire and backer of all clean
.ports, will grace the expensive pews
in the grandstand Sid haa been laid
up for the past three months with a
broken limb but is getting along fine
and expects to be ln shape for tbe
opening of the soccer season.
At the time the contest ls going on
the collection box will be passed
iroutid In order that the local war
fund can be aided. The proceedings
open at three o'clock.
WINS SCHOtARSHIP
fOR -XCllllNC-
Gertrude Dixon of Cloverdale Carries
off  the   Highest   Honor*���Roll
oi Honor.
AMATEUR   FINISHING.
"WANTED -Furniture, etc, w. M. MoClo]
A Co,, the expert auctioneers, will eofl
duct a  BUOOSSSful auction for you or huy [
unjriKht if sale not desired. Clean bun-
lreA-4. prompt settlements, over 30 y*nrs
wic experience.    Write or call 3/ Klxth
���ti**--
(3718)
FOR SALE
A dairy and chicken ranch In
city. Profit $7 to $8 pei day. Apply 38 Tenth Avenue.
SYNOPSIS   OF  COAL   MINING   RfiUU-
LATIONS*.
COAL MINING riKhU of the Domlidc.
In mo-nitub--. .Saskatchewan and Alberta
the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Ter
riiorict. and lu a portion of the Provlnc*
of British Columbia, may he leaaed for __
term of tweuty-ono years at an annual
rental of $! an uere. Not more than Z.&Ob
acres wlll be leased to one applicant.
Application for a leant, must be mad*
by the applicant in person lo the Agent
or Sub-AKt-nl of the district In which thi
right*   applied   for   are   situated.
In surveyed territory the land must b#
ilewy i .--J by sections, or legal suh-dlvl
stone uf sections and In unsurveyed ter
rltory llir tract applied for shall be slake..
out lt_y the applicant himself,
VHmi.li application must be accompanied
by a fee of fD which wlll be refunded If
the rights applied for are not available
but not otherwise. A royalty shall b��
paid un the merchantable output of tin
mlnp at the rate of the cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agunt with aworn returns
accounting for the full Quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay tha royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights
are pot being operated such returns Should
he  furnished  at   least  once  a  year.
The Lease will Include the coal m In hue
rlghta only, but the lessee will bo per
milled tu purchase whatever availabb
susface right may be considered necee-
eary for the working of thu mine at th*
rate of  $10 an acre.
Pbr full Information application should
he mode to the Secretary of the Department of  the  Interior, Ottawa, or to any
Agent  or  Sub-Agent ot  Dominion  Lands
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.1V���Unauthorised publication of thi*
ddvdrtlsement will not be paid for.
VICTORIAN ORDEM  OP NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence:  Koorp 118 McLeod Block
Phone 489 L.
MATFRNITV.  SURdlCAL AND
MEDICAL CA8ES ATTENDED.
��?Mi..Cave-Browne-Cave
L.R.A.M.. A.R.C.H.
tfEMBERS OP TSE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY OP MUSICIANS.
Le��-oil- iu Pianoforte, Violin, Slog
lng, Voloe Production, Theory (lb
eli__ or privately). Harmony, Counter
p ilnt, Musical Form and History.
Pupil. prepared (or the examination* ot the Anaoclated Board of the
Royal Academy ot Mualc and Royal
Cortege ot Mualc. Also ProfesalonAl
Diplomas, Teacher or Performer.
Por terms, etc., apply 61 Dutt��r.n
Btroet    Phone 411 R.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.       Barn Phono 1S7
Begble Btreet
Vour Amateur Prints Ret the same finish and attention given our blgb trade
commercial] pictures.
Bmbossed border mount on every
print.
Vou have your choice of finish, (floss
or semi-matt Single or double weight
If vou do not mention tlie finish vou
vrant we five you the best your films
will make.
A trial film will mean a steady customer   tt)   us   and   satisfaction   to   yourself.
We make choice etdarrements from
amateur  films.
We also have a new and complete stock
of picture moulding oarefully selected from
th���� samples of ths largest frame manufacturers in Canada.
We 00 nil lines of commercial pbotog*
raphy.
it-Iter hnv�� that family group maile
at   your own  home.
Amateur mail orders given our prompt
attention. Price li*t and samples on request
It costs you no more to have It done
right.
HOMER   E.  LEASH,
Phone 2. 667 Columbia Street
Leave   your   films   at   the   Curtis   Drug
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
P<- I.ot It, Block 1 nf pnrt of L-Ot 30.
Oroup i. Map 1469. In the District of
New   Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate
if Title Number 4T968P, Issued In the
���ui me of Ethel M. A. VIpan. has been fll-
��d in this office.
Notice is hereby Riven that I shall, at
the expiration of one month from the
date of the first publication hereof. In a
tally newspaper published tn the City of
New Westminster, Issue a duplicate of the
Mid Cer tlficate. unless in the meantime
valid objection be made to me In writing.
J.  C.  OWYNN.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., July 27   "M4.
(3709)
GRIFf ITHS QUITS
Old   Kenora  Hockey  Star,  Late  With
Vancouver Team, to Leave the
Game���Mixed in Calgary O'l
Bl Orif-is, the old Kenora Thistles
star, who has d. monstrated some fine
licekey to coast fans (luring the past
three winters, announced his retirement from the came. Si recently
paid a business trip to Winnipeg and
there told CheFter Stein of the Tribune, that the oil fields of Calgary,
where he is now situated, offered him
a better inducement than the winter
lame, considering that he has but little more hockey left in him.
While Si Is the doctor to such a decision, there will be many fans on the
coast hockey circuit who will regret
such action Bhould he still persist in
KoiiiM through witli it. GriffiB is about
tlie cleanest player in the league.
Since he has played with .''rank Patrick's Vancouver team he has been
responsible for many daring goal to
goal rushes which have turned the
tide of defeat Into victory.
CHARIIY GAME
..Old Time Baseball Players Will Cavort  Around the Queens Park
Diamond This Afternoon.
SPORT CHATTER
(By tbe Potter.)
Contrary to reports, the Electrics,
will not play in Vancouver today, the
arrangements for a game with the
Arnold and Quigley team not having
been  completed.
Circle F vs. Point Grey Red Sox at
Mill, ide tomorrow afternoon.
Tiie charge haa been made that the
New York Giants do not desire the
National league pennant on account
or the strength of the Ath-a-letics.
Any old time the players pass up a
$2000 cheque each and John McGraw
loses the chance of winning five pennants, just tell us about It.
The trap shots of the city will have
their gala day at the Lulu island
traps  this  afternoon.
Eastern rugby reports indicate the
beard of management is getting after
certain stars who are alleged to have
trod on the wron; side of the amateur
boundary. Looking up past players
we should say that several players
have been a long time in the matric
class.
Gertrude  Dixon  of  Cloverdale  has I
been    awarded    the    Judge    Howay j
scholarship  this  year.    This  scholarship  carries   with  It  the  cost  of  the
books required by the possessor during her high school career, and also an
illuminated certificate.   The recipient
of the scholarship last year was Miss
Dorothy  l.ee.    It is awarded  for ex-1
cellent work in the senior grade. Rolls
of honor weer distributed to the following:
Huth Eddy, for punctuality and
regularity; Marjory Gilley, for efficiency; Emily Kennedy, deportment.
At tbe opening function this week
a pleasing and Inspiring prelude to
serious work was the presence of
Trustees Mrs. Qllley, T. J. Trapp,
John Peck and W. Murray and T. C.
Wickett, musical supervisor. Words
of cheer and encouragement were addressed to the pupils by the Trustees.
Mr. Lambert followed, urging on them
the necessity for unceasing diligence
In study which will undoubtedly bring
its own reward. The pupils showed
marked appreciation of all that waB
said.
WESTMINSTER TRUST
COMPANY
HEAD OFFICE-NEW WESTMINSTER BC
J.J.Jones.MAN-DIR. J A.Rennie   SECV-T��LS
Acts as Assignees,
ROYAL
" m     THEATRE    ~*
Last  time  today
from Out of
the Storm
WAR   NEW8
MONDAY   AND  TUESDAY
THE WILES OFI. WOMAN
Eighth   Episode   ot   the
Million   Dollar   Mystery
CITY TIM
Liquidators and Receivers
We bring to such service a large experience,
a thoroughly trained staff and a financial
responsibility that no individual can offer-
Both debtors and creditors will find it im
their mutual advantage to have this company appointed to act for them in these
capacities.
Dick Rudolph with the Boston
Braves established a new record last
week when he pitched only fourteen
called balls in nine Innings, lt is a
mark never equalled by Cy Young or
Mathewson. Incidently, it saved his
arm from considerable wear and tear
and was good sensible pitching.
TODAY
Old time bnseball stars In the city
! will  have   their  Innings    at    Queens
park this afternoon when two teams.
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS
Court House, New Westminster, B.C.
SEM.Kli TKNDKRS. superscribed "Tender for Court-house, New Westminster,
lir.- v. in be t-....v..l im the Honorable
Mi. Minister bf Punic works up to noon
���>r Tuesday, tin- i.tli day nt Soptembur,
mu. for the erection and completion of
in addition nntl alterations i*i tnn Court-
bouss  nt   New   Westminster,   B.C,
Plans, specifications, contract and forms
of tender may l��- seen on and i.ft.r tin-
J4ili day of August, 1914, at the office of
tho Government Agent, New Westminster, B.C.; il"- Government Agent, \';in-
eouver, B.C.', and th. Department of I'ub-
llo Works, Victoria, B.C.
By application to the undersigned, contractors niiiv obtain it copy of the plans
and specifications fur the hiiih nf $���_-..
which win I..- refunded on their return In
good order,
Bach proposal musl be accompanied by
in accepted bnnk eheq\ r certificate of
deposit   i  chartered  bunk  ..f  Canada,
made payable tn the Honorable the Minister of Public Works, for tin- sum of 10
per oent of the amount of tb*- tender,
which Bbnil be forfeited if tho party tendering decline to enter into contract when
.uib-ii upon to do **o, oi if he fall to complete the work contracted for. The cheque
or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful
tenderers will be returned to them upon
the execution of the contract.
Tenders wlll not be considered unless
made out on tin- forms supplied, Bigned
with the actual signature of the tenderer,
nnd enclosed In the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender nut necessarily accepted.
J. K. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department   of   Public   Works.   Victoria,
B.C.,   August   21st,   1914. 13776)
CITY OF NEW WE8TMINSTER, B.C.
BASEBALL
NORTHWESTERN   LEAGUE.
Ballard 3. Vancouver 2.
Spokane 5, Tacoma 3.
Victoria 7,  Seattle 3.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago 8,  Philadelphia 0.
Detroit  .. Boston 0.
St.  I.ouis  5,  Xew  York   ..
Cleveland Washington double header  postponed.
All   National   games   postponed   on
account of rain.
The Old
Cobbler
With Murdtck McQuarrie.
Past the Price
A Rex Drama.
PASS KEY NO. 2.
THE NEW COOK.
PURSUIT OF HATE.
6-
-Reels 6
Summer Race
Meeting
At Minoru Park
| Races Every Day
A BIG SOCIETY FEATURE
Ladies Admitted Free, except on Saturday.
RACES RAIN OR SHINE
Admission, Including Grandstand, $1.00.
Special Train Leaves New Westminster for the
Course at 1:30 Every Day.
Tender* for Outfall,
Sapperton Sewer No. 2.
'J*hP Corporation invites tenders for the
construction ol Alternative Outfalls for
the Sapperton tij-wt r, Nu. 2, an follows :
1. -���-xcavatinK in open cut or tunnel,
layin* and Jofmlng reinforced concrete
l-tpt'jjr- inches 4_ml tid Inches in diameter.
from Debeok _-3t.r_.it to <jlen Uruok ou Columbia  Street.
�����_:. Kor thegfonstruction of the Outfall
of the Glen Brook Sewer, constating of
about 540 feet of reinforced concrete monolithic conduit.
3. Kor the construction of an outfall
through the Brunette Saw Mills property,
consisting of the laying of 2-4S inch diameter reinforced concrete pipes ami syphon.
Further Information and plans and
ttpeclff cat Ions may be obtained from the
City   Kimineei.  i'ity   Hall.
Tenders n> be delivered to the undersigned aifompantett by a marked check of
i> pi i e. at of the amount of the tender
on or before i- a m. Priday tho 411_ of
September,   1914.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A deposit of $26.00 is required from tenderers for the return of
all plans and specifications, this amount
win t><- returned upon the receipt of a
bona  ride tender.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Hall, City Clt rk.
August 26th, liU4. (8778 I
���:   ���
BagRas* Delivered Promptly to
Auy Part of tbe City.
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OP NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
P.O. Box *�� Dally Newt Bldg
J. T. BURNETTS PRINT SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
ot all kinds.
Prices right.   Satisfaction guarantee*
M McKansI* St
Strand Cafe
Reopened under Management of
CARL ALTEN.
Union Houtet.     All White Help
MilK! MtlKI ANDUDDD MILK
We are dellVerlBK, in and around
this city, including Hurnaby and Sapperton, t\ventv Pints of High Standard.
Unadulterated Milk to the Hollar and
l'ure  Rich Cream at 30c.  per  pint.
Our appreciation of your patronage
will be reflected in our regularity and
uniform excellent quullty of our de
liveries.
The ISLAND DAIRY
Fhcne 774 Sapperton, B.C.
HEE CHUNG
MEHCHANT   TAILOR.
Full etock oi latest Imported Suit-
Inga for summer wear. Perfect fit
and workmanship guaranteed. Prices
from $1_.0_ up.   701 Front street.
I . TT .V.fl.  new
COLUMBIA     STREET,
        WESTMINSTER
Gymnasium Class, Thursday at 7.30
Swimming classes, Tuesdays and Kri
days, 3 to 4, at Y. M. C. A. Youug
Ladies' Club, Friday at 8 p.m.
Boarding and room rates reasonable
Meals served to ladles and gentlemen
For particulars call phone 1324.
ZfiyixL
T H E   U
.ower
Prices  on  Ford Cars
Effective August 1st, 1914 to August 1st, 1915, and guaranteed against any reduction during that time. All cars
fully equipped f.o.b. Fort, Ont.
Runabout ���
Touring Car
Town Car
$540
-  590
840
(In  the  Dominion of Canada Only.)
A   meal  Ultl  Simulation
HOLD WATCH FREE.
A ttralf-it-orwftrd fwwrotu
offer from nn ��*t��M.>-h<-_i
ftni. W�� _r* tfvtni __w��r
Wat-ln* to ihouMTids .���(
(*"->.��� Ul   orer   th*
wm id M ft -��'�����
fc-Tftrtlfcmimt. Now
It Mm* civent*. tn
otiuiu ono. Wrlia
now, enctnai-w _u>
c>n- ��� tor one of fnn
)ii!iii!..ii��l��le I. iJ..��
i-rttif G a Mi ii, or
1'ii-T.m' Alhrrt*. nnt
rnrrlftf* r*1't to vw
wi'li the T.sirh, which
fill Ls i'veit Vttm
tthmte wttrtiM _.re
f Hnatwd tlm . p*r_i.
���hotild yt'u ti Ve a>d>
lUUit ol our ii.wvlI.
1am offor. Wt mrt ftm to tM ymir iMHids
Mk.k di tnd *how thtm tho ImmlhiIu. mifli
prni't think this ofltt too food to htm true, hut mini
BS c��nt* lotl��r *n.1 (Win ��� Trem Witch. TOO
wt.l TwUMM? -WlLLUMB ft I_!_OYH. WM!��uti
j. .������'-.�����, il't'i>- it- l.fW. l'otuwr.-ln lvv-fe.1. J--iii.Ihp.S-,
��>.->_��.. ^__
Buyers to   Share   in   Profits
All retail buyers of new Ford cars from August 1st, 1914,
to August 1st, 1915, will share in the profits of the company to the extent of $40 to $60 per car, on each car they
buy, PROVIDED: we sell and deliver 30,000 new Ford cars
fi during that period. -.
Ask for particulars . .      .    .    _
FRASER VALLEY MOTOR CO., LTD.
Corner of Lorne and Carnarvon St. FOUR
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 29, 1914.
give  ns  >"iir  builneM
. coming month    > on wffl
Jiir  prices  anil   quality   or
ITHE EEST.
. lbs. for *1-����
I fresh ground and extra
Kii,u\ ralu*.
; lbs. fur $1-30
Bpeettll) blended.
Ir, ;: lbs   to     $1-00
Choice Alberta.
J's  Hil\ er  Leal  l.anl,   .   lb.
|45c,  _   lb.  pail  75c.   10  lb.
J1..5.
CRISCO
$1.25.
FLOUR
Lbiri Hood, Purity, Kir.  Roses,
pto.;il Household, 49 lb. suck
Koo.
lodd Grocery
MATHESON 4 JACObSON.
10- Sixtti St. Phone 1001-2.
East   Burnaby   Branch,   Second
SL and Fifteenth Ave.
Edmonds Branch, Gray Blk.
Phone 1111L.
Dominion
Trust
Company.
The Perpetual Trustee.
New Westminster
lira nch.
606 Columbia   Street
C. ���. KEITH, Ma��ager.
Local News
Brothar -Co*, to Front.
('apt. J. !���:. L. ��iroi��ln. who jio.b to
tlie war ln command of the cavalry
I detachment   from  Toronto,   Is  n  brother of Harvey Straight of the Brack-
man-Ker  btaff   in   this   city.
Mortgages���Alfred W.  Mcl.eod
(3723)
Returns This Mcrning.
Dominion Inspector of fisheries K.
II. Cunningham will return Ironi Victoria tills niorninj; where he baa been
taking up departmental matters with
the provincial authorities.
Early   Kail   Millinery     Showing    at
Mrs. Agret's. 59 Sixtli streel.    (.781)
Direct Ma'l Service.
At the next meeting of the board j
of trade it is probable that action
will be taken on the petition signed
by residents of Port Moody and way
points for a direct mail service with
New  Westminster.
The
EXECUTOR
of YOUR
Will
The executor    of    an  estate   I
1    thould      possess      a    thorough    I
VnowV .^e ot banking. rea\ estate,   valuation   of   assets,   and
have an experienced   organization for Us management.
That is why a trust company
is butt fitted to carry out the
prov's'onB of your will.
Name us your executor.
Briquettes, Briquettes, cheaper than
coal. l.arrv Davis & Co.. 'Phones
880 and VAL, (37_6)
Game Licenses.
The provincial police are busily engaged in disposing of the 1.14 game
licenses, the season being due to
open on Tuesday next. This year the
license badges are made in such a
form as can be worn as watch fobs
if so desired. Last year they took
the form of a button style.
Miss I.. Hoe will return to New
Westminster August Mist to resume
her music classes on September 1st.
(37771
Cadet Corps Pleases.
Under tlie leadership of (".. It. Hav-
-rstOCk, of the high school faculty,
active preparations have been commenced for tiie organization of a high
school cadet corps. Tlie commanding
officer ui the 104th regiment has
promised his support, while the school
board has entered heartily in the
move to have a corps organized.
C. A. Welsh
Limited.
Plum
Chutney
This Is tin time to put up your
plum chutney for the winter.
Plums an- cheap; get your crate
now.     I'er  crate    65c
Green Tomatoes, 10 lbs 25c
Coffee
Try a pound of Welsh's Special,
fresh   ground  coffee,  5b 40c
We are still giving a cup and
saucer wit!) one pound of Malkin's Best Tea, per lb 50c
C. A. WELSH
Limited.
Telephones:
Main  Store, 193 and 443.
Sapperton Store, 373.
West End Store, 650.
Storea:
Alain   Store, ,681  Columbia  St.
Sapperton  Store, 317 Columbia.
West End Store, 1119 Sixth Ave.
WINEWE1SBR BEER is an excel-
lent product, its maker challenge com- I
pari .on with any other brand on the |
market because the quality is there. I
further it is made right in your own I
city where every cent is again put in '
circulation. ('.',601)
Accepts Rectorship.
Acceptance ef the offer of the rectorship of St. Alban's Anglican
church. Edmonds, has been made to
Bishop dr Pencler by Hev. Pane-Edge.
The new rector has been visiting in
England and left there on Align-t l'.i.
lit- is expected in the parish sometime  next  week.
Smokers   Are   Pleased.
The decision of three of the leading
retail tobacco merchants in Vancouver not to advance the prices of their
warts on account of the additional
tariff charges, has caused all other
merchants to follow suit. Yesterday.
"My Ladiy Nicotine" was selling at
the same prices as prevailed la.,
week.
The ladies of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church are holding a sale of
home cooking and a cafeteria supper
in the lecture room. Wednesday. Sept.
2  from lour to seven. (3780)
Was  it  an  Aeroplane?
Westminster had  its first touch of
aeroplanltlB  on     Thursday     evening
  I when  people on the hill  saw In  the
Miss  Villa  Hall. 517  Third  avenue, j distance towards the (iulf of fieorgia
will  resume her music ('lass Monday, jan illuminated object in the sky which
many declared was an aeroplane or
a dirigible balloon, lt didn't come
close enough to be identified but circled and dipped just far enough in
the   distance   to   keep   the   watchers
August    ::ist.    The    Kletcher    music
method used for elementary grades.
(377!)
Many Ind'ans Leaving
The Indians who have been so numerous about the streets for the past
few weeks are fast leaving for the
hop fields up the line and across tlie
border. Last night ahout fifty took
the (ireat   Northern owl  train to  Mt.
guessing. The object, whatever it
was, appears d ahout. eight o'clock
and was plainly seen for an hour later,   when   it  disappeared.
You get the    full    value    of    your
Vernon. Wash, accompanied by about   nioney   in    every    glass    of     WINE-
a carload of baggage. i WEISER BEER you buy. It is health-
"  j ful, nourishing and  satisfying.    Send
Thc Kraser Kerry Navigation com- j for a case today from your dealer, or
pany's ferry No. 1 is open for char- phone 76L. (3601)
ter  to  excursions  and   picnics.    Knr j ������
! further   Information   apply
Kalch, telephone 164.
Death of Wilfred Courtenay.
The   death   of   Wilfred   Courtenay
occurred  yesterday  morning    at    the
home  of  his  parents.   Mr
to     Ed. | Two to One.
(37.5) j In the police court list of drunks
yesterday morning tlie balance was
two to one in favor of the men. although Emma, the lonely Klootchman
who represented the petitieoated
ind   Mrs. j booze-fighters, has said to have  had
Joseph Courtenay, 347 Second street. ! the edge in quality when it came to
Deceased was 20 years old and had j classification of jags. Emma said she
been ill but a saort time.    The funer-i w-aB on the way to the hop fields, so
al will be held this afternoon from
tiie family residence, interment being
in the Fraser cemetery. Murehie's
have charge of the funeral arrangements.
the magistrate let her go with the
advice to stick to picking the hops
from the vines nnd quit assimilating
the finished product from bottles.
Jack nunn. who comes down from
Chilliwack every now and then, seems
i to be unable to get away without a
I celebration, so his worship taxed Jack
$2.50 for using this burg as a liquidation centre. Another gentleman by
the name of Mcl.eod was stood over
uutll  this morning.
McAllisters Ltd.
Heavier Cloths, 89c
These are of special interest as
they Include some good cloths
suitable for making lb* new
styli- coats; a good medium
weight; all 54 Inches wide; in
splendid mixed tweed; In useful
dark shades; If you want a suit
cr coat for present wear, see
this lot.    Values to QQm
.1.65.   for    OwC
If You Want Linens
These Values Will
Attract
54-inch Bleached Damask; a
durable weave for ordinary
use;  floral design. Atrntm
Per yard   HW
58-inch   fully     bleached    Table
Damask; close weave; mercerized finlshd; attractive floral
designs; reg. valuo 76c. CA.
Per yard  WWW
78-Inch ail linen 'Bleached Table
Damask, satin finish: a very-
superior weave In choice floral
designs; will wear years. This
is excellent value at the regular
prices of $1.35 and .1 50 per
yard. Saturday, &4 IC
per yard  JlilW
Heady hemmed Table Napkins
of good quality; si/e 19x19;
floral designs; a useiul napkin
for hotel or cafe use; regular
values to $1.50. 0>4    4��
Saturday, dozen .... W I ��� IW
Drapery Specials
Cretonnes in green, red and
fawn; for hox coverings, curtains, hangings, etc. < p 1 -
Saturdaj,   per   yard..   ICfw
Curtain Scrim ; White and
ecru; wilh colore! borders: also
madras, muslin; regular 35c
values.   Saturday 9m\m
per yard    bwC
Wall   Burlap..
Decorative Wall Burlaps, especially prepared in shades of
green ,tan. blue, red. hrown and
natural; 36 inches wide. Saturday, per 4C.
yard     COC
Bedding Priced Low for Saturday Shoppers.
Heavy Oray Blankets: single
bed size for campers and others
requiring a good serviceable
blanket at a small cost. Kegular .3.mi. Satur- CO Tf\
day, per pair  *wC. I U
Get the Habit, Watch
Our Basement
for Values
Seamless  bottom    Nickel    Tea
Kettles.
No. 7 size   $1.50
No.  .   size   $1.75
No. !l size   $2.00
No. 9 model Sidelid Tea Kettles.
Special,   each    $2.25
Solid Copper Nickelled Tea or
Coffee Pots.
3-plnt size, each       $1.15
4-plnt size, eaeii    $1.35
..-pint size, each   $1.50
The New Westminster McAifater. Ltd.
AND FRASER VALLEY
Department   Store
TELEPHONE NO. 73.
Many Price Inducements on the Main Floor
SATURDAY  SPECIAL  IN  LADIES'  HOSE.
Three pair lor ��i.uu; caslimeie, colors Ian and o.uek; assorted
kites.    Saturday at  three  puns *_%   flfl
An extra special bargain la ladles' Silk and Lisle I lose.       fifCft
Hegular  .5c.    Sat unlay,  por pair WWW
Children's Hose Special.    A good quality of Silk aud  Lisle    AB.
In all colors.    Regular 35c.    Saturday, per pair  __��� WW
Ladies'  Stamped  Corset  Covers;   variety  ol   patterns. 9tmm
Regular 35c.   Saturday   favb
Very Special for Saturday���Mercerized Cushion tilrdles. lu a    9*mm
good selection of colors;  reg. 35c, for   COG
Stamped Centrepieces of good quality  white  linen;   very      OCe��
dainty  designs;   regular 35c.    Saturday    CwC
Big reduction In Ladies' Parasols. These we ure clearing out at
greatly reduced prices; all iu the newest shapes and colors; both
In long straight aud hook handles.   Reg. values to $2.75.   Cl   _4C
Kor    91 .*kO
Regular values to $1.50. "IE ���
Kor     fOC
Bargains ir/ Glove Section for Saturday.
Ladier' Long  Double Tipped Silk Cloves to sell  at  85c.  a  pair;   excellent  values;   superfine  ami   kaiser  qualities;   regular  to   $1.50  a
pair;  shades  black, tan, white and  blue. Qg
Special Saturday    WWW
(Hove Special 50c any pair Clearing out the season's stock; odd
lines, Including silk, lisle and chamoisuede; regular to $1,00 values;
all  shades and  sizes;   reguiar to $1.00  pair. ketim
Choice on Saturday, per pair  WWW
Childrer/s Gloves, Two   Pairs for  25c.
These are in lisle, cotton silk qualities;  shades  white, tan,      0_Ej��
and gray; regular to 50c pair.   Saturday two palrB for fawC
Extra Good Valuee in Lace Edgings ard Insertions, 25c per Yard.
Valencia*,  torchon,   shadow  designs;   selling  at   25c  a  dozen   yards,
o; a card of a dozen yards for 0_Ej��
extra good quality      COQ
Ladies' Fancy Lace and Plain Net Yokes, in many dainty designs;
high and low effects; in colors of black, white and cream. Specially Priced from ��p mm ������
each     COCto$I.��0
A spllndld line of Fischer Collars In plain, spotted and fancy lace and
net designs. These make a dainty finish to a plain blouse "or dress
Your choice in prices from, *c__ ___ 4   CA
'-"���h            OOC TO 9 I -OU
Neck Ruchings; made un in various pretty shades; the rorreei Mulsh: wear with the new Fall Suits; some in plain and crepe chiffons
and   nets;   colors   of   saxe,   white,   black,   [es,   emerald  and   purnii
r:r�� $i.50to$i.75
Seasonable Items from the Ready-to-Wear
The  new   Coat    Sweaters   have We  have  just  received  a   ship-
arrived.    Thev are the new cut- _    ,     ,    ,,                        ,   ,.
away styles, with band and hut- ment of    Corsets;     good   lines
tons   at  back:   all   the   popular and   very   strong  and   durable;
shades  In   both   silk  and   wool; , ,  ���.   ,
ranelm. from short and  long,     rhese are be-
$2.25 to $6.50      ;rfe '75cand85c
Se,.   our    table    of    Children's
Sweaters;   all  styles,  sizes  and We  are  also  Showing  a  strong
colors.     These   include   the     lit- K.  and T   Corset;   adjustable.  A
tie   Buster   Brown   Sweaters    in   ,    , , ,   ,.
, ,   , .   . great    comfort    and      specially
navy  and   red,  and   brass    hut- '   '""'
.X .p.r..MUP $1.00    a.loea $2.50
SHOP IN NEW WESTMINSTER
95c
$1.50
$2.25
Dress Goods at 49c
TOMORROW'S   SELLING.
A lot of serges whipcords, diagonals, iledford cords, tweeds
and Panamas, lu serviceable
colors us navy, brown, gray,
black, green, cardinal and mixed
shades; from 44 to 54 Inches
wide. Special Price, JA.
a splendid assortment. . "tWW
Great Carpet Values
for Saturday
BATH   MATS.
Regular $1.90 for 95c.
Nice designs  In  blue,  red   and
green, on  white ground;     guaranteed  washable.
Size 14x34  Inches.
Regular   $1.5(1,   fur
Size  --V4x4_   inch.
Heg.  $2.25,  for   ...
Size 27x54 Inches.
Reg. $3.26, for	
HEARTH RUGS.
Regular $1.25, for 95c.
An excellent Rug for the kitchen    or    bedroom;    size    27...
Inches.
TAPESTRY CARPET.
Reg. 75c a Vard for 50c.
About  1,500  yardB  in  50  dlffer-
. tit patterns;    27 Inches   wide;
suitable   for   bedrooms,    stairs,
and halls.
AXMIN8TER  SQUARES.
S ze 8 ft.  3 in.  by  11  ft. 6  in.
Reg. $45.00, for $29.50.
Tl so are seamless Axminster
Rug�� with deep heavy pile. The
patterns ur0 the very latest and
t'i" quality cannot be surpassed.
Colors suitable for drawing
rooms, dining roms and parlors.
Schcol Days
I), ing a demand for neat serviceable Jerseys for boys, and
this season finds us with a
complete range of sizes.
Kine Elastic 1-1 Ribbed Jerseys, with button on the
shoulder, in brown, navy, gray
und cardinal; priced according;
to  size,  from  size  1,      "    ���
at    ,	
To si''fi six
at   	
Size
75c
$1.25
5
$1.75
Limited
AND SHOP AT McALLISTERS.
six   fits   boys   from   eight
to ten years of age.
Jerseys  l>f    fine    cashmere,    in
navy;  from size 20   ��4   4C
at    4> I. 13
To size 32
at   	
BOYS'   RAH RAH   HATS.
See our assortment of these becoming little hats for boys up to
about  0  or   7   vears  of  age.  at
75c,  $1, $1.25
Fine New Shirts at $1.00.
A new shipment of dressy Negligee Shirts; "Hagen" ni'ike; assorted, neat designs on white
grounds; -perfect fittings; all
.sizes from 14 to lt> .fe: $1.26
value
fo:-   	
"TookeV 'Kine Pleated Shirts
in plain white, stripes and
check designs, witli tlie new
double cuff: the latest In shirt
manufacture at
$1.50, $1.75, $2
Balbriggan   Underwear    at    40c
per Garment.
(lur   BOc   line     of     fine   double-
thread Halbriggan Underwear;
all sizes; to clear at At\t*
per garment    IUC
$1.00
Church   No ti
c es
CANADIAN WHEAT
'flAKES
Three for $1,00.
KNNKIE CORN flAtts
Three for _5c.
853
Sa; , l want a stenographer today
a  good one;   how ahout  it?"
Man)    ol   uur   students   have   thus
. pen plai - d in good positions.
Enroll   on   Monday,   study  hard   and
youi    opportunity   will   come���and   a
-l'li;,-    _ ith   it.
THEMODERN
BUSINESS
SCHOOL
jCollistcr   Block.      A.   L.   Bouck,   Prin.
Phone 853.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH Public worship 11 a in. and
7.30 p.m. Sabbath school 12.15 pin
Rev. M. Fraser, from Chilliwack, wil!
I conduct    both    services,    M, Gordon
i Mi Ivin.  11.  A., minister.
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, corner
Carnarvon and Blackwood stnets.
Minister. Hev. K VV. Kerr Morning
service at 11 o'clock will he conducted
by Rev. Dr. Crosby. At tlie evening
service at 7.3(1. the minister will
preach on "A Strong Man (lone
Wrong.''
OI.IYF.T BAPTIST CHURCH Rev,
human Brooks Crosby. I).I), minister.
Services throughout the day as usual.
Morning worship at 11.00 o'clock. Hi
hie school at 2.30 p.m., service in tlie
evening at 7.30 p.m. Monday at S
p.m. the B.Q.P.U. will meet and Wednesday ev. ning there will he prayer
service at  x o'clock.
TO locate oil, use the
1   drill.  To test FLOUR,
bake bread.
ii,, in ai i dav oul we apply the baking teal
���the 1 ily practical test to ROYAL STANDARD
after 1 ���; wheal and Ihen tlie flour have been suii
jected  "i ever,, .test known  to science,
give  liOYAL STAN1.AIU) the test you  wil
give il     I your kl
ROYAL STANAKI) behaves
I
in prei   eiy the same beautiful  fashion 366 days In
the ye.1 .
ROYAL STANDARD
FLOUR
PRESERVING PEACHES
tOc Per Crate.
gATItfAC1"10*
��� 1 , I.   '-
IS  OUR   AIM
Dean's Grocery
��*g_mnbt�� It.*..
tad-toe-News
SHOOTING STARTS
SEPTEMBER  1st
Rci   -ui  stock "1  CUNC. AMMUNITION  AND COATS before you
..11 j iur equipment.
WE HAVE THE BEST.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
LIMITED
Columbia  '.jtreet
New Westminster.
COLUMBIAN
COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER
Will Open September 9th
AU. INTERESTED IN:
COLLEGIATE and  UNIVERSITY COURSES, MUSIC,
PAINTING.   HOUSEHOLD   SCIENCE,
BOOKKEEPING   and   STENOGRAPHY
are  Invited  to  write or telephone  for Calendars.
A. M. SANFORD, D.D., PRINCIPAL.
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
PHONES: 15 AND 16.
Wholcsalc and Retail Dealers in Coal, Cement,
Washed (.ravel and the Best Concrete Sand in B.C.
Lime, Plaster, Sewer Pipe and the hardest and
toughest crushed rock in the country. Rip-rap
Rock a specialty.
A Holiday At the  Seaside
May Yet Be Enjoyed
Ii you have not had one
MANAOKK I'or rents ol
end of the season rents
side  mor,   enjoyable
write to the WHITE ROCK TOWN8ITE
ps and summer Cottages. Towards the
cheaper, the water warmer and the sea-
WH  TE  ROCK,  B.  C.
"Thc  Playgrc, nd  of  British  Columbia."
B.   H    HtJCKLIN, N   uvANUtbll,        W. W. U. BUCKUN,
Pre* earn it����.  Mr Vica-PrMltttt Ieo. u_ Tree*
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., ltd.
MANUFACTURtf-S OP
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce
Phon.a No. 7 and I. T.

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