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 Volume 9,
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1914.
Price Five Cent*.
VOLUNTEERS LEAVE  j  first contingent to go to the front from the royal city
TODAY f OR QUEBEC
Orders lo Entrain Greeted
With  Cheers by  the
Contingent.
F.i -Vlies of Oversea.   Volunteers Will
Be  Loot-ed After���Depart from
Queens  Park   at  2:30
p.m.
Al 2:30 o'clock this afternoon the
overseas contingent representing New
Westminster'! and Chllliwack's rir_,t
i|uota of volunteers to assist In tin-
support, of the British empire in its
tight now progressing iu Europe, will
entrain al Queen's park. This was
the oil ir Ial ni .... banned to The News
yesterday by Major Doherty, officer
comman ling the lu.th regiment in the
absence ol Col   Taylor.
The contingent, 150 strong will as-
��� mble at 2 o'clock In the horse show
building   '.v hlc_   will  allow   pli ntj   of
time  for tbe citizens of New   West-
'i  :   r   In   bid   alliens   In   the   active I
Bervlce men before tbe three special
li c ES. I,' cars are boarded. As Ls
being done all over the Dominion the
ii unit will proceed to brigade
headquarters in Vancouver .(here a
special troop train will be awaiting
them. The train leaves over tbe i
('. i'. It. al 1:20, live troop trains will i
be necessary to convey the Vancouver nnd New Westminster forces to
Valcartier,
Take Care at Queen3 Park.
it w;!s at first intondi'i. to have the
regiment march to the C. P. it. depot
from the park, the belief being expressed I lint a special train would he
required from this city, but tha orders
received yesterday to the effot that
Vancouver is to he the point of de-
parture necessitated some alterations
in the schedule In reply to certain requests made last night  that the ret.i-1
ment farch thron_.li the streets, Major j Mea1.a a Tax cf $58 cn Each   Person
Doherty  explained  to The  News that
END Of SESSION
COMES TODAY
Dominion  Parliament  Will
Complete Shortest Session on Record.
Bill.   Introduced    Pertaining  to
European War Will All Be Passed
Without Opposition.
the
Men of the 104th Westminster Fusiliers Who Will Represent New Westminster and District in Canada's Forces at Seat of War.
$40,000,000 WAR TAX QUICK ACTION    ANTWERP OBJECTIVE POINT
DEMANDED FROM BRUSSELS:     IN TH[ N      OF THE INVADING GERMANS
Immense Sum Demanded by
German General from thc
Residents of City.
'j
Far as Possible Government
Gives Full Information to
Members.
or $250 for Each Family���V ola-
tion cf Pledge Given.
Paris, Aug, ii.   Word was received
from Brttsaeia today Hint the Cerman
general   In  Charge  Of     llrithsels    has
levied  a   war  tax of $40,000,000  upon
the   iiiiiabUant.   of  the   Belgian   c.ty,
Tbe Kolglun chancellor in charge of
the   non combatants  has   replied   that
no  possible cohesion   will   enable the
,Invaders to Impose inch a  tax.   The
park last  night while)stun demanded by the Germans means
un average of $."s from each Inhabitant or  .250 [rom each family.
Another  Broken   Ple.ge.
Indignation is   expressed    by   the
Parisians ai such a move made By the
Qernians and they look upon such a
command as another violation c.i
pleges, When the city was occupied
by the QertnauB on Thursday the
burgomaster was assured by the Ger-
man authorities that unless the people
take up arms against the (Ierman
army none  would be molested.
Queens park afforded an excellent
place for entertainment, plenty of
space being available while all the
baggage could he placed on the cars
immediately before the boys got on
board.
The companies remaining for home
'duty will parade with the overseas contingent as will also the First National
Reserve of Canada under ('apt. otway
Wilkie.
News  Received with  Cheer*.
The receipt of the order to entrain
received from Brigadier Huff Stuart
yesterday was hrralded with prolong"*!
cheering at tii
additional volleys were levelled at
.Major Doherty when In a brief but
pointed address, he imparted words
of advice to tin active service men,
.-!;iling hi. firm belief that they were
of a calibre that would uphold the
Royal City and the Fraser valley
whenever and wherever they got Into
action.
All nasses were cancelled last night
in order to have every man secure
all the rest possible before embarkation proceeds, lt was long after
"taps," however, before the big horse
show building was quiet, "the tomorrow' being on everybody's lips, but
all appeareil relieved that the long
awaited instructions had been received.
The special cars will he routed to
Leopold flare and thence along Columbia street through the city and over
the  Central   l'ark   line  to   Vancouver.
PRAYERS SAID FOR
WARRING NATIONS
London, Aug. _1.���Intercessory per- j
vices were held in Virtually every ;
Church In Kngland today on behalf of
the nations engaged in the war, with!
B special prayer for the success ofi
the British arms.
King George nnd ueen Mary with I
Princess .Mary were present at the,
���Srvicea   in   Westminster   Abbey. j
Many Americans and Krench joined \
in   the   various   services   which   were j
attended   by   representatives    of    all | orde,- paper we-e taken under consld
classes. ,oration and swift progress was made
SAMOA GOVERNOR
RUNS WITH THE COIN
M.rc   Recruita   May   Be  Called���Million  Sacks ot  Flour  May  Be
Civen Belgium.
Ottawa,   Aug,  _1    -When   the  bouse
assembled   the   several   bills   on
NAMUR IS
Pago I'ago. American Samoa. Aug.
6���News of tlle declaration of war between Germany and Great Britain
caused the greatest excitement here
when It reached Alpa, German Samoa.
Evidently the German commandant
felt that the port is not defensible
against naval attack or serviceable as
a naval base, for the merchantman
tlie] Sok-Solf. which arrived here today,
brought with her all the government
bullion and private funds on deposit
there.
The German wireless station waa
opened on At sust 2. and immediately
justified its existence by carrying thc
Antwerp Now
Impregnable
Defences Being Pushed Day
and Night���Burghers
Determined.
Ion them  without much discussion
Hon.   Robert   Hogers   introduced   a
bill to incorporate tbe Canadian Pat-
, riotir fund.    He explained that its ob-   ,    ,
1%   lw* was to facilltate the collection ot, declaration of war
I nl w _F_^ 1 __��JB ' funds and the assistance of the wives.
������' w m%mem m���tew  children   and   relatives     of     soldiers \m ��������� mm 	
  |U.led  In the w��r UHlanS   KOaiTI
Recruiting V.-iy Continue.
ffonvv Arfillprv FirpOnpnpH     ��n thp "rt1,'rs of t!u' llay' williain
neavj Anniery rireupenea]r?(,rma!1   wetland, said   that   people
throughout the country were anxious
to know if recruiting would be continued after the departure of the first
overseas   contingent   for   the   seat   of
; war.
Premier Borden said that  while the
I'aris. Aug.  Sl.-Naraur  is partially- matter had been considered, no decis-
Invested.    Heavy artillery opened dre'lon   had   *���*   bpen   reached      He  hu"
Allies Not Certain of Immediate Plans of the Main
German Army.
Big Battle Expected to Take Place at
Namur With n Next Two Days-
May Strike for France.
Paris, Aug. 21���According to advices from the allies at Namur a big
battle   is   almost  sure   to  take   place
Ottawa, Aug. 22.��� The shortest session of the Dominion house of com- '
mons will come to an end tonight.
'I'he decision to prorogue was arrived
at late last .light after a conference
between the leaders of both parties.
The bills tbat have been submitted
since Tuesday, all of which are applicable to the present war situation
in Kurope, will be disposed of today.
The house will hold a sitting this
morning and by noon all business is
expected to be disposed of. The senate will also meet today when It ia
expected to give assept to all the
bills prepared by the commons which
will then go to the governor general
for  royal assent.
Harmony Prevails.
The decision to prorogue, while
coining as a surprise to many of the
members, was actuated by the harmonious feeling between the two
political parties. Throughout the
present week all party faeling hast
been eliminated. Liberals and Conservatives have sunk their differences,
to baud together and show Canada's
feeling to the mother country in th��
hour of need.
While the Liberal wing mixed in
the debate at last night's session to a
considerable extent the ready answers
given by the government forces and
the general desire to withhold all Information which might be taken advantage of by tbe enemies of the
allies, allowed the work to be comparatively easy.
Many Are Officers.
A patriotic demonstration will likely be made immediately parliament
prorogues, although many of the members are desirous of returning to
their respective constituencies where
warlike preparations are afoot. Several of the members are officers In
the Canadian militia so that it la prob-
there  within the next two days.    A.table that Instead ot returning home
\ they will Journey to Valcartier to give
But the Allies Are Well
Prepared.
towards noon today and lt Is evident
that   a   big   battle   is   impending
Over Belgium
Allies Are Successful 'in a
Battle Forty Miles from
Brussels.
'��� forces  who are sweeping on  towards
I Krench   territory.    During    the    past
week   the defences at    Namur    have
__      _ _n_��_.��� been  placed in an efficient state and
If I All   CHOW '<m"'1><>F   '"   v""   ,Illo,'Im'd    circles,
WILL ATTACK
mated that it would depend on devel-
,       opments   and   stated   that   the   active1
'mllltla would continue to be called on,
i tor the defence of Canada.
Dr. Schaffner of Sourls asked as to|graph correspondent at Ostend" states
the truth of the statement, that the|tna; a battle occurred today between
million bags of flour, the glit of the i tSe aiiied troops and the Germans at
London.  Aus.  21.���Tlie  Daily Tele-
doubt exists as to whether the main
German army will advance on Antwerp or else try and cut their way
past the defences of Namur to
France.'
The general belief is that Antwerp
will  be  the  objective point  as   with
I any success against the new Beat ot
I the   Delgian   government,  a  valuable
I supply   base   would   be  cut off  from
| the allies and a seaport taken hold of
I which  would enable an  invasion    of
! Kngland to be prepared providing the
I German fleet is of sufficient force to
repel  tlle North  sea  fleet of Britain.
i     Tlle  authorities   here   repose    con- j
fidence in  the  Belgians as  to a  sue- I
| .essful defence of the ancient seuport [
I which has been placed in an excellent j
j Mate of defence,
!    With Antwerp remaining In posses- I
| slon of the Belgians, with large Brit- |
! ish reinforcements, it will be a standing danger ou the German flank and
what assistance they  have available*
to their respective units.
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SECURITY LOANS
Government to  Furnish Funds to Relieve Stock Exchange Members
from   Difficulties.
Germans Expect to Make a
Heroic Resistance to Japanese Assault.
the allies will be able to hold the Invaders in check even more successfully  than did the Belgians at Liege.
Dominion government to Oreat Britain^ ��� poilH 40 mil08 southeast of Brussels
purchased  In  the  United | whlcll wag  (avorable to    the    allies.
had    been
States. [German t'hlans are roaming over the
Flour Purchased in Canada. | onlire COUutry and are reported    to
Hon.  Robert  Rogers    assured    him  h||v. been    geen    on    tile    historical
Montre",7 Au_T"l - Canadi-in manu- i"*'  ".*"   n"ur, had . b*T"     purchascd! battlefield of Waterloo.
.Montreal. Aug. -l.���i anauian manu-, [r0,n the lour largest milling concerns'
in   Canada   with   the   distinct   under-
i Ineturers, with offices in this city are
London,  Ana   21.   The correspond'
OUI  Of The Times at The  Hague, tele
graphing today says:
"The preparations tor the defence
nl Antwerp extend over an enormous
area. All classes in the city are joining in the work day nnd niRht but
I here Is no sign of panic or excitement.
"The sntes driven through the walls
by a peace loving people are closed.
M almost every window appears Knglish. Delgian and Krench flags appear
Riving a festive air to the city, which
|�� preparing to resist to the last gasp."
Getting Ready for Siege.
London, Aug. -1. The Amsterdam
correspondent of the chronicle tele-
.raphing yesterday said that Antwerp
was being put in a state of defence
and being provisioned for B siege.
Ho adds that it WM stated at the
office of the general Staff on Thursday that all foreign correspondents
found iu Belgium after last night
would be shot.
London, Aug. M. Dr. Hepburn and
Dr Upward, two , young Canadian
medicos who havi'. b'e< n taking post
graduate courses, vWWtodiy accepted for the royal W����onift4!fl��iWw'
T'-ev lonve for active, senvlce tomorrow.
Nome, Alaska, Aug. II.- Lord William Percy, son of the Dime of Northumberland, has cut short his hunting
(rip in the Arctic and ts expected
here today on his way to Kngland
in join the Hrltish army. He expects
to leave Nome on the next steamer
for Seat'le.
Tokio, Aug. 21,- Japan is quietly
preparing for the eventualities following Hie expiration next Sunday of
her ultimatum to Germany, demanding the withdrawal of German win-
ships from the Orient and the evacuation of Kiau Chan.
The strlotest prohibition has been
placed on the publication of any Information concerning tho movement of
Japanese ships and troops. All correspondence Is censored and til"
newspapers are closely watched.
No Anti.German Feeling.
The activities at the German embassy, where personal effects arc being packed for shipment, are the only
indication of what the answer of Germany will be. Meanwhile, notwithstanding the most sensational reports
of the treatment of Japanese In Germany, there is no evidence of anti-
German feeling here. On the contrary, the authorities have given notice that all Germans remaining In
Japan  must be treated courteously.
The war and navy departments are
preparing for a move on Kian Chati
where, contrary to current reports
tiie. fortifications are really formidable. Since the outbreak of the
Kuropeaii war thousands of Chinese
coolies have been employed In
strengthening these defences, lt is
believed here that the taking of Kiau
Chan will not be au easy task.
American Papers Mis'nformed.
The Japanese newspapers and lead-
ins, Jupaueae express the, tone of the
American prr-ss that attributes sinis-
i, r motives.'to-Japan in 'aefiHIttg an
ultimatumito Germany.     ���;   .;���
Premie. Ckama and Foreign Minister Kato liaVe made repeated and
ciUegoric.il deniuls that Japan has de-
sinus on Samoa and tho Philippines,
or any other territory.
Union Klichi Shibusawa, president
of the American-Japanese association,
and   Huel   Nakano.  vice-president    of
preparing   to   pick  up  the   trade  tli��]gtamrlng  thai  ire flour  was    to    be
Germans   have   been   forced   to   aban-. eronn.; from Canadian wheat.    He he-
don.    A number of them are to meet, j|ev��d  the  millers were carrying  out
P. C. McDonald, representative of sev-  thJR agreement.
eral British business men with a view      Hon. C. J. Doharty's bill giving par-
to  exporting  iron   bars,  nails,  sheet Uameutary sanction to certain orders
metal   and   the   like.     It   is   hoped   to; ln   cm,.,ci|   already   passed,   was   put
obtain   a  large  part  of   the  Canadian   ._____^_________________-_________-___--.
trade  for Canadian  firms at once.      | (Continued on  l'ago Two.l
At The Gates
of Brussels
attempted. Owing to tbe configuration of the country it cannot well be
attacked except from the southeast
where - the strongest defence works
have been thrown up. *
ROYAL CITY MERCHANT
ARRESTED AT RUPERT
German  Hussars  and  Uhlans Parley with Burgomaster.
Famine Prices
In Berlin
German Paper States That
Internal Life is Completely Demoralized.
J. F. West, Charged with Forgery and Fraud, Taken into
Custody at G. T. P. Terminus on Wire from Chief!
Bradshaw���Will Be Brought Back on First Boat for
Trial. \
3, 1". West, proprietor of the five,
ten and fifteen cent store ut the corner of Columbia and Sixth streets,
yesterday    was    arrested    at    Prince
I Chief Hradshaw  despatched a wire tc.
the chief at the G. T. P. terminus ask-
! Ing that \V,st be taken into custody
,   , ,, land held for the warrant.    The    ac-
was ��rrps,pa �� "lllce cused man. it Is said, tried to ex-
Rupert ou instructions from Chief of > plain things away to the officers In
Police Hradshaw. ot Ui;_ city, on the northern port, but the instructions
several charges of forgery and fraud, from here were explicit and he was
West la alleged to have mulcted the | taken into custody. Karly yesterday
local branches of the Union Hank of | it was known here that the alleged
Canada, tl)o Canadian Hank or Com- ! forger and confidence man had been
meroe and the Hank of Vancouver of j apprehended and he will be brought
ititiis s.iid to aggregate in the neigh- back as soon ns Detective Burrows
boihood  of seven  thousand dollars.
Detective llurrows,    of    the    local
force, wlli.lenve.on the first botttor Ter 1o- say    ndflrin.,   concerning
(Coiillniicdon Page Two.)
the n'orth -.l'lntM with a jvwrrantt for
the accused, ��.'_.>' will lie btoticlu Back
to stand  trial here.
Investigation of West's dealings
with the different batiks Involved began some time ago and early in the
week it was decided to lav Inform-
tions against hii' and have him taken
into custody at Prince Unix rt. in
which  city li.   was ternporailly  stay-
can got north by boat.
Naturally., tju'  banks  involved  pre-
the
London,   Aug.   81.���German   news-
papera which have    recently   arrived
indicate that the people of Herlin and
in  all  the towns of Prussia  are    beginning to feel the pinch for want of
feed.    The  railways are demoralized
and  the postal service, cut off as It
(theils lrom a" nations with the exception
hall,'"'   Austria, is  practically at a  stand-
while detachments of Germans  went Bti"'    The PaPers have been heavily
into various parts of the city. ! ���>' usored. but enough has been lert to
The telegraph office    and    railway . show that a state of famine prices are
station   were  close.]   for  the  greater-m effect at the German capital.
part of the day.    Many of the lnhabi- j ���������������-���������������-������.
tants of Brussels are leaving for Os-1 Montreal, Aug. 21���Sugar took a
tend and Ghent. The general opinion: Jump In price in Montreal this morn-
is that the Germans will only pass ' ing as a result of the new war rates
through the city or at the most make j proposed   yesterday  in  the  house  of
Ghent,   Belgium,   Aug.   21.    German
hussars and   uhlans arrived this morn-
] 115 (probably Thuisdayl on the shoot-
! iiir grounds at the gates of Brussels
| whither the burgomaster went to parley with t'.iem.    In tlie afternoon German  officers,  occupying   an   automobile crossed  the  Grand    Place
market place)  going to the city
London, Aug. 21.���Financiers here
express hearty approval of the Do-
| minion government's reported intention to give tbe banks facilities for
making advances upon high class securities at not less than 5 per cent.
with repayment not later than May 1
next. "This is precisely what we
want the home government to do."
said one authority today "thus furnishing the banks the necessary funds for
making allowances to the stock exchange, whose members would have
it as a means of relief from present
embarrassments, which. If permitted
to run, would in the end mean starvation. If the banks can be sure of
getting plenty of money on their securities they will perhaps act more
generously. In financing the discount
market, they would not In their own
interests borrow more than was absolutely necessary." ___
Headed for
City of Ghent
German Army of 50,000 Is
Within Striking Distance
of Ostend. a>
i
I_ondon. Aug. 21.���The Daily Mail
reports that the German army isi
sweeping Northern Belgium and is
within striking distance of Ostend. An
army of 59,000 has passed through
ilrussels and is marching on towards
Ghent.
Bbarpes against West till ho appears
In court for trial, but it Is understood
tbat the accusations against him
cover quite a period of time, during
which he is said to have obtained accommodations at the banks on alleged'thg vicinity of Huy and  that an im
onlv a temporary stay there. The onlyIcommons,   Today the best granulated
suggestions of animation in the place I is selling at seven cents a pound.
are caused by the arrival of peasants!   , ____��___-_.__��____��_-___._^_______m������.
who are abandoning the surrounding; /,����__���_._.    _-._��.__._. ~
villages.    The German  troopers have COURAGE, CANADA.
established themselves on the shooting,
grounds  They are understood to havc |       Canada is f avored among the nations. We have peace
within our borders.   We Have learned the lessons taught
.,_D.,.V miM-K-o by ,ean times, and so are prepared to face the days ahead.
bbKMATN *��*^��* _ | Our farmers are prospering by reason of the present con-
���ii     ^UEditions ������ and when agriculture flourishes, the business
Paris, Aug. si.���official news madejOUtlook is one of good hope and eood cheer.
public in Pans today say the German]      gome Canadian industries and mercantile enterprises
said  they  had  been cut off rrom  the
rest of the army.
forces continue to pass the Meuse Inl
false statements made nnd documents
now believed to have been forged.
West  started  in  business  In    this
city   last  year,   lirst  on   Sixth   street
ing.     Accordingly  the   warrants  were | and later in Iiis present stand a; the
prpparcd nnd on Thursday    morning corner of Sixth and Columbia.
must suffer because of the partial suspension of trans-
portant concentration is being carried oceanic trade.   But more industries will be stimulated to
out in Belgium this   Friday) morning. , u_______ 4-,m������J   ��.k__.l_  UITCT u 1' ri  j      it
Ne French territory is occupied by'supply our home demand, which MUST be satisfied.   It
the enemy except a piece of enclosed ijg a tjme 0f business opportunity in Canada.
land at Audun l.eronan, In the depart- ,    .   ff__ !>���������������     it __��_
ment of Meurtlie and  Moselle. j ���, Let Courage PoSSeSS Us. _J__\      , PACC TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEW��.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914.
M-iUn.
An Indtp-nihint morning paper devoted to the Interests of New Westminster and
leji. Fraser Valley. Published every morning except Sunday by the National 1'rtntlng
snd l'n!li. !li._ Company, Limited, at S3 McKenzie Btreet, New Westminster, British
| Columbia. UOBB BUTHEltl.AND, Managing Director.
All communications should be addressed to The New Westminster News, and not
to lniilvl.lii.il members of the staff. Cheques, drafts, and money orders should be made
Dtyabv to I! ���  National Printing and Publishing Company, Limited.
IBLBFHONBS���Business Office and Manager. .US; Editorial Rooms (all departments 1. 9.1.
gl'nsil.IPTION RATES���By carrier, $4 per year, tl for three months, ,0c per
month. Hv mall, 13 per year, 86c per month.
Al'', Kl: TIDING RATK8 on application.
WISH ALL WORK
TO BE FINISHED
Leipzig Hunts
For Coal at Sea
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1914.
SOUNDING THE RIGHT NOTE.
Hon XV. T. White, Canada's finance minister, sounded the right note in
bis speech in the bouse on Thursday when he asked all employers of labor
throughout the Dominion to do their best to maintain normal conditions in
the country In time of war by keeping as many hands busy as possible, while,
at the same time, he set the example by announcing that the government
had decided to continue activities on public works.
With the first shock of the declaration of the empire's war past, Canada now can settle down to readjustment and, judging from pronouncements
irom quarters which should be well informed, the result of this readjustment will help the Dominion's trade, rather than hinder it.
Removed from the centre of the theatre of conflict, it is Canada's duty
to maintain normal trade conditions as far as lies in her power, so that when
hostilities are concluded she will be In a position to help the empire to her
utmost ability.
Board of Trade Desires Improvements in Hand to
Be Continued.
Provision to Be Made for Famil es of
Volunteers���G. N. R. Depot���R.
A. & I. Exhibit
Hovering    off    California
Coast Seeking Prize Ship
wilh Coal.
GREATEST KIDNEY
i of a sermon to be preached
Re .   C, I..  Winootl    In    Si.
Iiurch,   Ri..'-i I   ayonue,   on
evening. Patriotic byinns, etc.
suns.
by
the
Paul's
nnd.iv
iii be
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT
Seattle,   Am.-
J niii   Informatii
of  the  (lerinai.
she   ieft   San   I
21,   Tlie  drat   defl
i of tlie whereabouts
cruiser   l.eip/.li;   since
ranciSOO early  Thins-
.TRUE SELF-DENIAL.
History never will write the circumstances of a case of more complete
sell denial than the story of the Belgian retirement from Brussels. Convinced
hy her allies that, for the good of Europe, her brave troops should retreat
before the advancing Germans and leave her beautiful capital in an enemy's
hands, Belgium abandoned her seat of government.
Already converted Into a huge battlefield, 'Belgium had hopeif from the I
bravery which her troops had displayed in the field and the closeness of the
armies of her friends, Great Bri'aln and France, to save the magnificent city
which is rich in historic associations and imposing structures; but it was not
to be. Military tactics demanded that the Germans be allowed to occupy
Brussels and, convinced that the welfare of Kurope wus at stake, King
Albert and his subjects proved themselves capable of this supreme test of
thei.' sell-abnegation.
All honor to the Belgians.
Capt. Cant;
cate that the I
off the Calif-
seeking prizes
tain fuel. Thi
tons of coal a'
day   and   can:;'
A  PIECE  OF   IMPERTINENCE.
A prominent Vancouver German, who, by his own admission, is
turning lo this coast to look after the financial Interests of himself and
German clients, among whom is said to be included the kaiser himself,
re-
his
had
Ihe effrontery while passing through New York on his way west to give an
interview to the press in which he claims to have inside knowledge to the
effect that Russia, Great Britain's ally In the Triple Kntente, is responsible
for the present war in Europe.
This "inside information" so willingly made public, of course, comes
from Berlin, from which fertile source already have emenated such startling
news as the destruction of nineteen British battleships, the capture of the
l.iege forts and other similar fairy stories. All of this doesn't go far towards
guaranteeing the "inside Information" of the German from Vancouver whose
dollars invested in British Columbia have a stronger pull than his love for
his country, for which, he says, his grand  uncles so  bravely  fought.
QUICK ACTION
battles of the empire. It would be a
_t_i ���._j_. imiTcraIHtt,n8 recognition of the heroism of
IN THE HOUSEi Belgian troops.
  The  premier said    he
_    . Uvhat had been
(Continued From Page One.) I gallantry of the Belgians and he would
be ilnd  to take  the matter into
sideration.
New Westminster will have several
recommendations to make in respect
to public Improvements being carried
on when a meeting Is held in Victoria
on Tuesday next of business men and
public bodies of the province. The
gathering has been called at the Instigation of Hon. Dr. Voung, provincial secretary, to discuss the economic
situation In the province due to the
war In Europe. President W. fl. McQuarrie will attend the meeting on
behalf of the local board of trade,
while it is probable that a member
of die city council or Mayor Gray will
represent the civic end of the city.
At last night's meeting of the board
of trade suggestions were advanced
to Mr. McQuarrie to urge the government to proceed with the improvements lo the provincial court house,
road improvements, and give a boost
to the back-to-the-land movement. J.
H. Robson spoke on behalf of the land
movement, stating his belief that
Some assistance should be rendered to
settlers to clear the land. The B. C.
E. It., lt was stated, was anxious to
assist in this movement.
Families of Volunteers.
The question of assisiiiij. the fatal- I
lies of volunteers was discussed in a
general way and while the boar,: feels
that the plan instituted by the Van- ;
couver board of trade was not entire- j
ly applicable, arrangements were un-
der way for this city to establish
means whereby none Will suffer. ��� ... ���
George Small suggested a central IfntlSn
executive of various bodies in the
city whicli could handle the project i
and this idea will probably be taken
up early next week.
H. Kyall, in proposing a resolution
to be extended to the overseas con-
tlngent which leaves for the east to- j
day, of the board of trade's apprecla-
tion of those volunteering, mentioned
that a movement was on foot to have
hampers of food donated to the boys
for use on the train. Several baskets
bad been left at his store and he ex-1
p.cted more before noon today. This
movement was started yesterday by
the local council of women and is
meeting with every success.
Suggestions were also advanced
against promisceous collections being
made on behalf of war funds. It was
felt  that such should be under   one
day morning was brought to port to-'
day  hy  the Amerloan tank  steamer 1
���   arrived' today   from i
and reported that  she j
i Tuesday by the I.eip
ortb of San  Francisco. |
,>f the Catania said he
,ing without displaying
the Leipzig bore down
ill speed on the south-
i. ith tn   a   mile   of   the
Catania, whlcl
Poll Sun I.uis.
had been halte
zlg 1..0 miles i
Capt. Canty
was running a
his colors whei
upon him at 1
west.    When
Catania which paid no attention to
the approach ot the German cruiser,
the Leipzig displayed colors and hoisted signals which read "Heave to:
show  your coMrs."
Leipzig Satisfied.
The  Catania  promptly  stopped   her
engines, while the quartermaster  ran
up   her  slgnn!   letters  and   displayed
the American  Hag at the  stern.    Ap- i
parently satisfied the Leipzig signalled j
the   Catania  to   proceed   ami   turning j
about put to -ca.
s account would Indi-
.elpzlg still Is hovering |
rnla coast, apparently
from which she can oh-1
Leipzig took on 175,
San Francisco on Mon-1
t   visit   an   American
port  again  fo:   three months.
Pacific Coast
Well Guarded
"Fruit-a-tivea" Have Proved
Their Value In Thousands of
Cases
WONDERFUL RECORD OF A
WONDERFUL CURE
Only Rem sdy Thmt Acts On All Three
Of Tho Org>m Responsible For The
Formation Of Uric Acid In The Blood.
Many people do not realize that the
Skin it one of the three great eliminators of waste matter from the body.
As a matter of fact, the Skin rids the
system of more Urea (or waste matter)
tiian the Kidneys. When there is
Kidney Trouble, Pain In The Hack nnd
Acrid I'rine, it may nut lie the fault of
the kidneys at all. but be due to faulty
Skin Action, or Constipation of tbe
bowels.
" I-'rnit-a-tivea" cures weak, sore,
aching Kidneys, not only because it
strengthens these organs but also because "l-'ruit-a-tives" opens the iKiwels,
sweetens tlie stomach and stimulates
the action of the skin.
"Fruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealers
at 50c. a Ixix, 6 for $-.50. trial si_r.
-Sc. or will be sent postpaid on receipt
of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited,
Ottawa.
Cruiser  Newcastle
Has Been at Esquimalt
Several Days.
A  Baal   L_v��r  Simulation
GOLD WATCH FREE.
A -_-lf)ittnw fc.-.! _<��� .., ��� :.
off. r Imi.i rn _-t_iill.|��-d
.1111 lie are .U1.11 a ��, y
__._-*    10    lllOUf.1,,1,      ..I
_.r. tin. .n.-.i       N. w
I)    lour    ilk-itr,.    to
nl.. n   MM.       Writ*
1W,     furl   .ill.
-i.t. lor I
-I
luliLHUlllo l.a.l.-'
I '���������*     <i__r .1.,     or
(Inn.' A'I.Tt.. .out
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-I'l, llio .   .',!,    -ll rl,
-ill 1. v v.n 1'rM
(thoa. .-tell,- ��r.
��� U-iIstMd II,. ,-_n>,
ill mil    r���n   t.k,'   Am-
vt-1,,.t< ol ",ir niwel-
!,.,:, ,..-.. Wo -tpf-t Tea lo Ml' r"ur l,���n__
nl, na   on1   felmw   ttiotn    tho    -MOtllllJ     -ot.lt.
I- . t thi.ik tin- ofl-T loo .���I to I* tru.' Lit Mints c.n.i to dor "if! "-In o .,,�� . ot.t, Yon
��� I- t- .in .,..'   -WILLI.VK   .'.'   LlllYli.   IVI-i'Mlo
J. il .til II- ). I -. CgiuW-.U It-Od. London, M.,
PMkMML
II.    J.    A.
Al li"'
:'���'   Hint
HI I UN KIT,    AUDITOR   ANI,
m.      Tflijilion.    It4_7.      Root*
Block.
!'. ii. smith.   Auditor and Account
ant   Telephone .04,    .11 Westmin-
tiir '.rust  Building,
through committee stage and given
third  reading in seven  minutes.        I
Sir Wilfrid Laurier inquired us to
the amount of money it was proposed
to spend on the Niobe and the Rainbow and the other vessels and for the
defence of the coasts of Canada.
Premier Borden replied that the
minister of naval affairs contemplated I
London, Aug. 21.���A dispatch to the
Reuter Telegraph company from
Bruges says that IS German officers
und 43- men, prisoners of war, have
been sent away from that city via
Dunkirk for Kngland. When they left
Bruges they were escorted by a dozen
a  possible  expenditure  of  $6,000,000,1       , ,-,���-,,
but it might not exceed $4,000,000, not *' n(iarm,,R with H��d bayonets
including the one million paid for the
two submarines.
A Million Sacks for Belgium.
Mr. Pugsley said that there was a
strong feeling that the government
could not do better than to Rive a
million sacks of flour to Belgium,
which had been heroically fighting the
Paris, Aug. 21.���Official news made
public in I'aris today says that the
(Ierman forces continue to pass the
M.use river in the vicinity of Huy
and that an important concentration
is being carried out in Belgium this
morning.
A Holiday At the Seaside
May Yet Be Enjoyed	
H you have not had one yet write to the WHITE HOCK TOWNSITE
MANAGER tor rents of camps ami summer cottages. Towards the
end of the season rents are cheaper, the water warmer and the seaside more enjoyable.
WHITE   ROCK,  B.  C.
"The   Playground  of   British Columbia."
*@f
body    and    all    entertainments    for
j charitable purposes should be In every
appreciated  way encouraged,
said  in regard to the| Great Northern Depot.
Dr.  Holmes brought up the    (Ireat
con-1 Northern    railway      depot      question
| which he stated had been before the
public for the past two years, but as
yet no action had been taken.
President McQuarrie reported that
the company appeared desirous to
commence work us ordered by the
railway commission and that once the
formality of securing tlie consent of
the provincial government to certain
land near the bridge was completed,
the contract would be let.
Lights on the River.
Chairman Gilley. of the navigation
committee, reported that additional
lights were needed at tlle mouth of
tiie river ln view of the new channel
being in use. The pilot board, the
shipmasters' association and the navigation committee will hold a meeting
in the near future to discuss the
question. Mr. Gilley also recommended that the Fruhling and King Kdward. government dredges, be sent
back to work on the channel.
Snags were reported ln the river as
doing damage to fishermen's nets. To
this Marl'ii Monk stated that in many
nstances the fishermen were too busy
fishing lo locate temporary buoys on
the snags and as a result the marine
department was unable at times to
locate  such  snags.
Alderman Qoulet, referring to the
action of the It. A. _; I. society In
postponing the exhibition, ,: .predated
i report which appeared in a local
paper whicli stated that criticism was
'ii be expected among iln- members
;>f the board of trade mi account of
such action, !!, moved a resolution
endorsing such a move. W. It. Qllley,
speaking for President C A. Welsh.
of ihe li A ,- I. society, who was
unavoidably absent, mentioned Hi!'
di.rl.ullli thai would b sel the exhibition ;:i these times r,t war, Tlie
resolution was endorsed practically
unanimously, although Herb Ryall
thoughl i'ii' a Bports carnival should
be carried out. Ho was wiling to
donate ...." to such a cause. To this
several of Hi" members thought there
would be plenty or time in celebrate
v.hen new; of victories obtained at
the  front   were received.
Seattle, Aug, 21.--Information from
a source whicli can not be revealed
tells of Ihe presence of the Hritish
cruiser Newcastle and the French
cruiser Montcalm in North Pacific
waters. Tlle Newcastle was reported
in at Cape Flattery several days ago.
Vancouver, however, owing to the
strictness of the censorship would
give no confirmation of the vessel's
arrival, says tin1 Post-Intelligencer
this morning.
The Krench cruiser Montcalm was
sighted coaling in Berkley sound, on
tlie west coast of Vancouver island.
Sheltered there she was taking on
coal from SCOWS, She had been cruising in those waters for the last three
days.
The sudden change in the attitude
Of Iiritish shipowners in allowing ;
their vessels to start from Puget
sound on their voyages to the Orient
in the last lew days, is attributed to
the confidence gained from the knowl-
edge of Die presence of these two
vessels, both uf whicli an- larger than
either the Leipzig or the Nurnberg,
the German cruisers in the Pacific
writers.
That both tlie cruisers were rushed
across from Oriental ports, where
they are less needed, to protect. Hritish commerce on this coast, is the
theory in marine circles here.
store for Ihe followers of this big
story which is attracting millions of
people to this best photoplay houses
in America every week. "The Doom
of the Auto Bandits," the latest episode,   holds   the   audience   right   from
I the start and sets a new mark In
sensations  for  motion  pictures  which
'from all accounts will make the audience grip their seats. Florence, the
heronle of the story, Is trapped in a
lonely hut and held captive by tlie
bandits. Norton appearing on the
scene, after a terrific struggle with
the guardian bandit, helps Florence to
; escape, pursued by the remaining
bandits in an auto, which plunges over
a dock into the sea. This climax is
the greatest and most sensational
auto disaster ever filmed. A Keystone
comedy feature and other one reel
subjects far above the average should
draw  big crowds  both days.
CITY THEATRE
TODAY
SWEDE
With  Robert Leonard
A big story told in a big way.
Don't fail to sec it.
We  Show Six  Full  Reels.
FRATERNAL.
LOOM.. NO HT,4���MI.I.TS ON ITItS'I
an,I third Tuesday In each month in .
p.in. in tin- Labor T-n.pl-. A. ,i. Christ*
in.is. Dictator; David Boyle, l'u��t l.i<-
tator: w. .1- droves, Secretary, 11]
Westminster Trust Bulldlna,
NKW WESTMINSTER
M I', o !.. or Ii. C���
tlilnl Friday nt _ p.m
Seventh mul Royal a'
Oray, -baited ituler;
rotary.
LODGE!. NO ?.
meats first u,.,j
.  Labor Temple,
'���nu"' A. Will.
'. II. Smith, Sec
I. o   O   E, AMITY I.OLxil- No   17���THB
regular meeting or Amity i.,���],..    (_.,
'21. I. o O !���'.. is held every Montli,-
niislit at . o'clock iii odd Fellows' llrni
corner Carnarvon and Bichth Streets'
visliing brethren oordlelty Invited
H w Ronnt.r, N.o.. J. l. Watson.
V.ll.; W. ('. C'uatlutin, I'll, recordlrut
secretary; J. w. McDonald, ftnan-l.ti
���aoretary,
FUNERAL  DIRECTORS.
W. E FALES �� CO., 012-tlS AGNES
street. npp._ltt< Cani-gt. library. Mom
up-to-date funeral  parlora In the citv
Sp,.. it>|| .t. In .hipping. Lady aaalitam
In attendance Always open. Day phon��
17.. night phone m.
8. HOU'I'U.I. (SUCCESSOR To CBN-
i-r ��c Hanna, Ltd.)���Funeral dlreotora
an.l .mlminier. Parlors .or. Columbia
���treat,  Kew   Westminster.    Phone ...
BOARD  OF TRADE.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WESTMIN-
ster Board of Trad* " '�� In the boSrdi
room, City Hall, hh follows: Third Kri-
day of each month. Annual meeting*
mi tin- ti.ini Kri.lay t,r February, c. li
Si nn it Wade, Becrfltary.
PROFESSIONAL.
coitnot;
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BAM-
Haters,
Sol
cllnrs. t-l
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str,-i'L
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I'stinlnsti'r.
Q.
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Cnrli.
old. K
(.'.    J.
lt.
(Jnint.
A.
K.
McColl.
S.S. Transfer
London, Aug. 21.-8:60 p.m. (Ireat
Britain has decided to make a loan
to Belgium of $60,000,000. Tne money
will I"- raised by treasury bills tor
whli a ti : lers were called today.
WILL ATTACK
KIAU CHOW
(Continued From  Page One.)
the same association and president oi
the Tokio chamber of commerce, are
beading a movement intended to reassure China of Japan's pacificatory
intentions. M. Nakano will leave for
China Boon, It is announced.
Huron Shibusawa and Mr. Nakano
in 1909 hi'aded an honorary commercial commission from Japan a�� chairman and vice-chairman, respectively,
that spent three months visiting
American institutions. The commission was composed of about 70 Japanese prominent In education and in all
departments of municipal and social
life. They directed commercial parties in visits to China. Both are well
known in the United Btotes,
COMMENCING   AUGUST   3.
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE.
Leave   Ni-.   Westminster for Mission
a.in. Monday.
Leave   Mission   fur   N'-w   Westminster   7
a in.  Tuesday.
Leave New Westminster at - :.0 p.m. fur
Westham  Island.
l..avi'   Westham   Island   7   a
day.
Leave New  Westminster for
nuon,  Wednesday,
Leave  Mission  7  nan. Thursday.
i ix-ai,'   New   Westminster   2:3.*   p.m.   foi
Westham   Island.
j     Friday and Saturday trips I.ow. r Rlvsr
as  usual.
Freight   r<>r   Mission   umi   Intermediate
lncilriis will  he  received at  B.  &  K.  .Mill
Wharf   on   day   of   sailing.
I'or further Information apply n. ft K.
Milling Company's office nf rt. Jnrdina.
in
ni.   Wednes-
Mission   l'J
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, BARTtlS
t. r-iit-l.iw. Solicitor, etc. Solicitor Toi
tin- [lank of Van-Oliver, Offlo-it: M*r-
chants' Hank Building, New Westmin-
ster, H C. Telephone No. 1070. Cable
mlilresa "Johnslon." Code W-'flU-rn
Union.
W       I'     II
ANSI
iiHtl
BA'
Ills
n.rt
|( 1-
llcllor,
etc..
Cellist
���r HI
-ok,
corn'
r Co-
tumble
and
McKensle
sin
���(��.
Nm
Westminster
B. C.
'. 0.
Ho-
.Sfi
T.le-
phone
344.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS * WHITE-
Bld---Barristers und Solicitors, w��i-
ininst.r Trust ink. Columbia street,
New Westminster, B (.'. ('aide addre.��.
"Whiteside," Western Union. P, O
Drawer 200 Telephone tn. W., J
Whiteside, K. C.S II. L. Edmonds, I).
Whiteside.
J. STTLWELL CLUTE, BARRISTER-
at-law. solicitor, etc. corner Columbia
and   McKenSlS   slrewa.     New   W.strain-
>���"'.. B. C. p. o. Hox iu. Telephone
Tie.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, HARliISTEK.
Koll.ltor mul Notary. Offices. Harr
nioi'k. - . Lome _tr..t. New Wiatinln-
strr. B. C.
MCQUARRIE,   MARTIN    A    CASSADY.
HiniM.iH antl Solicitor*. 60S to 61.'
Westminster Trust Block, cl. E. Mar-
tin. W. 11. Mitjiuu rl,' and ll, urge L.
Cassady.
FISHING  IS  LIGHT.
gulf ;
Vei v i' .. I  at! wi re out In the
yestei :.   with  the  result  that    few
socki j -   vere  delivered to the can-
'���''���' ' lie run during the past few
I
Cnurcli   No ti
c es
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
To all Kastern points in Canada and United States. Tickets ou sale
daily until September 30th. Final return limit October Mist, 1.14.
Choice of route.
SAVE TIME on your Eastern trip by leaving New Westminster
at 4:3D p.m.. making direct connection at Everett, Wash.
ORIENTAL LIMITED, through train to Chicago. "Service ot
the best." Visit Glacier National l'ark "wheie enjoyment is Immense
at a  minimum expense."
Tickets sold on all Trans-Atlantic llneB.
F. C. MEYERS
AGENT
Passenger Station
Phone 263
C. W. MELDRUM
A.G.P.A.
SEATTLE, WASH.
"PASSED   by   the
Board of Censors is
every particle of ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR.
day*   I-
all;
daj
the :
tin    ���  '
pi ;..'
ceil'
wi n
I-', ii
!!   !     '
br
soi ���
gull
!  '������
ths
ellgh
burr-
mr head miller
liter sample of
Nothing eacapes the eagle eye of
In his laboratory as he testa sample
grain from the prairien, grinds them up in his iniui.
ture fli ur mill . nd then makes a batch of bredd from
each   tii1' supremo teat.
i: tl.������ t  bread
hat made ii
i.s  extra  fine  he  names  the  flour
ROYAL STANDARD
FLOUR !
ROYAL
"      .    THEATRE    ~
Monday and Tuesday
The Doom of the
Auto Bandits
Episode No. 7 of the
The Million
Dollar Mystery
Full of thrills and 6ensation_
is dwindled down to practlc-
id  Uundaj   night and   Mon-
������ ng will probably clear up
!������ ol the EOCkeye pack for
��� a n. UelHngham correa-
esterday reported tlie re
imi fish cf which one-third
18.
'. the u o'clock gun Bund ij
ing is expected to be fairly
a consldi rable quantity t 1
lavo  Imn  reported  in    the
.: tho  past  few days.    All
are being Boughl after aa
' ia caused prices to Increase
iii !. tter flgun i promised
'     RdCS WITHDRAWN.
nary    Trial     Detireri     R.nar.mg
I ices at Minoru Par*.
i c   ir;:i'.i brought    against    tha
��� i ��� lumbla Thoroughbred asso-
a  ���  r  alleged  violation  of    Hunt. Minoru park races were
n  in  tlie    SU veston    pi lice
'terday   morning.    This   ac-
taken on account of the In-
; Iven by Magistrate Darling
id  pot  intend  i-i  ileal   with
summarily, hut lo Rive a
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH (corner
Carnarvon and Blackwood streets)
Minister, Rev, K. W Kerr, Sunday
services at ll a.m. and l:io p.m. The
minister will preach in the morning,
and Rev. M. Cordon Melvin In (he
evening. The Sabbath school m ets
during August at 12 o'clock noon.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH Public worship 11 a.m.
and 7:80 p.m. Sabbath Bchoi l 12:16
p.m. The pastor will preach In tbe
morning and In the evening Hev. P.
VV. Kerr, of St. Andrew's church, wil
ci nduci the service, m. Cordon Melvln, 11. A . minlsti r.
SEE THE GREAT AUTO
PLUNGE
Synopsis    of    preceding    episodes flashed  on  the screen.
START NOW.
The
Britii
ciatii n
Miller
withdi
court
Men   Wi
tinialiii
that  hi
the churn
preliminary bearing only. A. Dunbar
Taylor, K.C. appear ng for the attorney general, pressed for a summary
trial and decision by the magistrate
so that In even; of a conviction the
.-ace mee.lng could bo Btopp I Immediately. It in possible thai the
withdrawal of the charges at this
stage will lead to another Indictment
beln? drawn up ln time ror r. > fail !
agslz.es.
ROYAL   THEATRE.
"The   ll'iom   of   Ihe   Auto   Bandits,"
anlsodo  N'o.  7  of tho  Million   Dollar
I Mystery,   will  bo  one  of  Hi"   feature |
jattractlon.   In an all feature program
I at the it. yal tin atre Men lay and
Tuesday, This meat serial story by
tho famous author,  Harold   McClrath,
I is   exciting   mure   in!"rest  than   ever.
���The Thanhousi r company, who are tbe I
OI.JVET BAPTIST CHURCH Rev,
l.iiin.in Brooks Crosby, D.D., minister,
Morning worship al ll o'clock; bible
echool at 2 ::'i j m. and evening ser
vici at 7:30. The ll. Y. P. li. will
meet on Munday evening at s o'clock
and Wednesday evening prayer Bervlce will be held at 8 o'clock,
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH "The European war
and Ii.i Lessons" w^ll be the subject
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICE:   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
��� ranches Throughout tho  Province of  British  Columbia.
Savings Department si all Branches Deposit* of One Dollar an.
upwards received and Interest at tbe highest current rat* paid or
credited half yearly.
A  QENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Draft* and Travellers' Cheques suld, payable In all part* ot th*
world.
CHAS. G. PENNOCK, Qe.-ersl  Msnsgsr.
New   Westminster   Branch: A. W.  BLACK, Msnsgsr
EDISON
THEATRE
Kalem Special Feature Today
H0ME-RUN
BAKER'S
DOUBLE
great baseball story in two
parts.
producers of this great story deserve|
lilKh praiso fnr the way they have'
handled thia serial. The story which
is of intense heart interest is also re-
nlete with action, thrills and sensations. Tne settings and Staging all
through l.as been on a big and elaborate scale, and from advance Information   soni"   still   blgfter  things   are  in
Electric Household Appliances
A cordial Invitation is given the ladies of New Westminster to
visit the salesrooms of the 1). C, Electric, in the company's terminal
at Columbia and Eighth, 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 connection with any household socket. The
cost for current ls only a few cents per hour ol continuous operation.
Electric Cooking Applances just meet your summer demands as
they can do nil forms of light cooking just as well as the kitchen
range. Eully sev .nty-flve per 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
BOTH   INTERESTING  AND  INSTRUCTIVE.
RRI1ISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
New  Westminster Salesrooms,  B.C. Electric Block, Columbia & Eighth
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. 1914.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
PAGE THREE
Classified Advertisms
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*im*mmmeemimm0mmt
ci i   lfl< ,|    or,'  ��������� nt t�� r word per .
.<��� i -,.!ii i��. r u-.,'i;; is. per monti
fugii words ii i," a.,  i as required within
um   \i:i-  i,<-in day of contract, I2&.00.
FOR SALE OH  EXCHANGC.
Tli.Mii:  TOR  PRAirtlK    FARMH Busl-
ll<-s   l,!,n'k ..   ii'".          . :,.|   ...    ii ibl. 1,1:11,1-
Ing   lots.    Call,   phone or   a i it- li.   O.
Urusli,  -'"I   W'siinhiHi..,- Trust Block.
I'he  813.
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LACROSSE
GOLF
BOXING
SPORT
BASEBALL
CRICKET
111** Peele beat Mra. Sutherland, ���������
l.ddy beat Canon  d't&aaum, 6-4,
Teale by de-
Lewis  beat   Mr.  Morrison, 0-1. '
Macgowan, M, i
ri lit HALE
t il.h n
flee.
���Two circular sawi
ill i -. Apply at Tin-
ii mi saw
News of-
NO CUP GAMES
MALE  HELP  WANTED.
OR BALE    II.ue
i-klv
OTHKRH RBCEIVE tl. to $(
why not yout Writ* Immediately fur'
full particular*, sample, picture, liter-]
mur,-, etc. Ebtperlenos unnooessary. En-I
clusi- lOo (���> oover cost, i'liff,,r,l C I
Mitchell, P. 0. liox ., Edmonton, Alber |
in. Canada. (_7.'il i
per _ i ek
Ranges
t    square
(ST1UJ !
 I
FINAL HAGUE GAME
l'li;i;<i\s pay dollars whera ahldkens pay
sell: small capital nwded, small
.pile required; send fur Miiy Ikhik* of
uur  Journal:   fully    explained    tlutre;
|irti->-   li,|i   cent*.     Iti-lhilil.   r_iui_1i   Journal.   Versailles,   Mo. (37..)
fr
TO  RENT.
RUNT cttuK. furnished. 116 ix-r
mill. .'_. leventb street, half block
��� tn Central  school. (.7.- i
Ro.cc'ales    Abandon    Trip���Nationals   Circle F and Electrics Come Together
QuggMtlon Turne. Down���Royals at Millside Tomorrow Afternoon
FEMALE  HELP WANTED.
\v -Ntkii Dressmaking by the day. Price
$1.7.', !��,���! day, First clas* work. Apply I,,,*  I17.S.
TOR iti-NT .s',-w up in date apartmen-%
o .iii.i t. slMtrto elevator, heat, hot mul
inlil water, kum stove for cooklm. Fri'i-
janitor service und vacuum cleaner.
Rant Cm und up. Apply Hotel ituK-.ll
or the Junltur Arundel apartments, 1P-B-
l.l-s street, ( .7 ... i
TOR  HKNT���If you bave rooms
in un .ei   in this column.
rem
|TOH   RENT
'1'lllrd   .s!r,i.
OTRERU itl.i'i.lVK lir, oi |65 weekly I
Why not vou1.' Write Immediately for
full particulars, sample, picture, liter-
iitun*. etc, K .pi-rl'-iu-i- unnecessary. En-
chise 16c to cover cost Clifford C.
Mitchell, P. O. Hox .'. Edmonton, Al-
Iiiti.i. Canada. (87811
Slx-ro'iui   Iiouhi
Apply   P.   (.
furnished.
Hox   116.
(37-7,
in      RENT
looms,   flu
street.
per  iiiontii.
hole
.-4
���pluK
.-till.
7. ij I
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
ROOMERS     AND
c.iriiurvon  St..
BOARD-
TOR  RENT
purts of ne
i  in.      IS
Westmlnste
Mod.-ni
ii .nnl Burnaby .
<i. Brush, piion
��� 'I'rusi  Bids.
hoiiMi'S  In ull
Kap'j  Up Sticks
���Slaton  vs.  Drandt.
uu i
low!
01
WANTEI3
horse, ii
Oood us
I'M llllll. ��� ONE
loss than nun. wlih
-. bay, outs and pay.
Durham   street.
I'llolM
I 37.7 i
WANTED Hi'
able. Now Is
ders in befori
Cunnlnaham,
UlL'ltlM.
smoking; prices    reoson-
the tlm1- (" I'"' your l,r'
the  full   rush.    Mrs.   C.
nuii-   Hi,   Uradl��-y   apart-
C!7J-1
AGENTS  WANTED.
ITHEUS RECEIVE lir, to lur, weekly!
Why nut you'.' Writs Immediately for
full particulars, sample, picture, literature, etc. Experience unnecessary. Enclose Hie to om i cost Clifford c,
Mitchell, I-. O. Hox j. Edmonton, Al-
bi ii.i. Canada, i373i i
WAMTRD���Hhousehold furniture. Will
buv, s. ll on commission or exchange,
Auction sales conducted. II. J. Russell,
"Tie Only Reliable," corner Columbia
nnd Fourth ���treats. Pbons 681,     (3713 1
AMATEUR   FINISHING.
ie .intrude
WANTED
stocks o
quontltli
yur ki.'
gunranti
charged,
goods il
get his ���
erwards
Cull at
str*',-t
���.,       umi I
or small
will   s-ll !
uid give u j
ommlssion!
of     your |
11 In  Kn'il  Davis und
slues, then see the others, uft-
i-iuvls will sell for you or buy.
Willi,-  Lunch,    SIS ��� Columbia
Phone 116. (37_l i
���Household      furnltu
 rchattdlse Ln lorgs
for spot cash ol
s hy public auction
d     vulue,     or  no  ���
Before   disposing
WA-.Tl.li -Furniture, etc. W, M, MeCloy
A Co., ths expert auctioneers, will con-
iluet u successful auction for vou or huy
outright if sole not desired. Clean bus-
ineSH. prompt settlements, over -" years
wide experience, Wrll. or oall HI sixth
street (.;i_>
Vour Amati ur Prints gi-t the sai
[sh uud attention given our l,Uh
eotnmerclal pictures.
Embossed border mount on every
print
Vou have \o',ir choice Of finish, gloss
or semi-matt. Single or doubii- weight
1!' you do not mention the finish you
iviiiit we give you the hint yuur films
win make.
.> trial film will mean .  steady customer io us and  satisfaction to yourself.
.  We  make, choice    enlargements    from
amateur ffltns.
We also have a now and complete stock
of picture iu lulillni. carefully selected from
ih- siiupleH of tie* lurg'-st frame manufacturer* iu Canada,
Wo do all lines uf commercial photuu
raphy.
Better have that family group made
ut  your own homo.
Amateur uuiil orders Kiv.n uur prompt
attention, Price list and samples on request
1! costs you no moro tu have li done
right
As wjs expected, there will be no
Minto cup quae, thia tall and the Salmon Bellies are prepared to hang up
Iheir SUCK, until next spring When
the profi s .lonal lacrosse horizon may
possibly clear ttoinewhat. The local
ciub ia In receipt of a letter from
Jimmy Murphy, of the Rosedales of
Toronto,  stating  the  Impossibility  of
making the trip unless a guarantee
was made by the Westminster club.
This 1. found to be impossible as
ilso Is the inggeatlOD of President
Caron. of the Montreal Nationals, who
proposed that the Royals make the
nip back to Montreal and take a
ohanoe on half the Kate receipts.
Thus ends the inos; disastrous year
!n the history of tlie professional
tame on the coast. I.asl summer waa
���(ti-ideied bad enough by the players
who drew down a pot nullum- to bo
compared with the days when f'on
Jones was In active opposition to the
Rcyal-. While the gate receipts In
the east have not been large by any
means, the two big league* have managed to keep the flag waving through-
! out tbe summer,   Just what inl. will
bring forth is hard to conjecture. Con
lones still proposes to go through
with his mainland-Island project,
eliminating New Westminster from
Die professional map. Just where he
will get thc players ls hard to Imagine
unlets the Hoyals transfer their canip-
ng grounds to Vancouver, something
unheard of. The Minto cup is safe
for another year, but whether it will
be defended by a New Westminster
loam next summer appears to be an
impossibility unless active opposition
I* afforded the locals by a Vancouver
twelve.
Everything is in line for the big
championship game at Kraser Mill-
tomorrow afternoon when tbe Circle
F and Klectrics clash in the linal for
the city league title. Fred Lynch was
yesterday pursuaded to officiate at
the contest which ensures impartiality to either club.
At the present tiinu both clubs ure
on an even footim: as regard* games
won or lost due to tlie defeat handed
out to Dutch Slaton in what was to
have been the final game played last
week. Slaton is Confident of capturing the pennant, although with opposition in the shape of Kddie Brandt
lie is likely to be extended to the
limit. Hrandt was seen yesterday and
reported himself lit, having had a
rest of over a week, which ha? given
him time to recuperate from the extensive schedule be was indulging in
both here and Vancouver.
Special cars have been chartered
for the fans which will leave the Columbia street depot at _:40 o'clock immediately prior io tbe regular
schedule.
The Kraser Mills club will have a
new player named Ralston handling
their left Held position. No data ic
obtainable of this fielder's ability, although it is reported that the player
is none other than Joe Cbristalnson,
of Blaine and Bellingham. Billy Welngartner is also included In the roster.
The Circle K will field as follow..-.
Kavanaugh, c: Brandt, p; Schaefer,
p; Carruthers. lb; J. Gay. 2b; Welngartner, 3b; Winblad, ss; Italstcn, II;
A. Gay, cf;  Williams, rf.
6-1, 6
.'dr. 	
; G-4.
Mr. TraverB beat Mr
j fault.
Mr.	
9-6, 6-2.
Mr.  Swan  bout Mr.
���6-0.
Mr.   Baker       	
6 ;. 6-3.
Miss  Kraser  beat    Miss    Corbould,
MlM Hand  beat  Miss  Shildrick  by
I ii fault
Mr. Teale beat  Mr.
Mr.   Baker and  Mr.
i.Mr. Whit-side uud Mn
tired.
Mr. Eddy beai Mr. Teale, _���:;, G-4.
Mr.  Lewis and  Mr. Swan  beat Mr.
Baker and  Mr. Shildrick, 6-4. 4-6. 6-4.
Miss  Martin and  Miss Wilson  beat
Mrs.  Sutherland  and   Miss  Shildrick,
6-2, 2-6. 6-3.
Mr. Teale und Canon d'Easum beat
Mr. Rand and Mr. Kord, 6-2, 6-2.
Today'*  Event*.
10 a.m.
Miss Corbould vs. Miss M.
beat   Mr.   Travers.   1-6,
Belt, 8-8, lit.
Shildrick beal
Harper, 6-1, re-
Court
Hand.
11 a.m.
-Mr.  Swan  '
HIS   OK   COAL  MINING   REGU-
l-ATIONt..
Phone
, l.'H
HOMER   E.  LEASH,
i,T.; Columbia Btrei t
yuur   nine*  :u   the   Curtis   Drug
,-r.��i   ��.._., ���__     , ,.      ...     tv.. i.i.l LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LOAl. MINING rights of the Doinlr.i-i 	
bi Manitoba,  SuskalC-iewan and Alberta ���������
(he Yukon Territory, iho Northwest Ter- R>- 1-ot 11. Block 1 of part of lot 30,
rltori.. and Iii u portion of the Province IGroup 1. Map 1469, In the District of
of  HflHKli Columbia, may be leased for s 1 New   Westminster
Sport Comment
The New York Yacht club Is in
wrong again, not ouly to international
sportsmen but to enthusiasts in their
own country.    Kor the past few years
TENNIS  RESULTS
Court 2���.Mr. Swan vs. Mr. Morrl
son.
12:45 pm.
Court 2���Mr. Lewis iiiul Mr. Morrison vs. Mr. Teab' and Canon d'Easum
2 p.m.
Court 1���Miss Corbould and Miss
Peele vs. Miss Martin aud Miss Wilson.
3 o.m.
Court  1���Miss Peele and Mr. Teale |
vs. Mis3 Rand and Mr. l.loyd.
Court 2���Mr. Baker vs. Mr. Lewis
(handicap final).
4 p.m.
Court 1���Miss Peele vs. Mi. s Hand.
Court 2���Winner of Teale and
d'Easum vs. Lewis and Morrison vs.
Lewis aud Swan.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Philadephia .., Chicago 7.
Brookyn  1, St.  Louis 4.
New  York 2, Cincinnati 3.
Boston-Pittsburg   game   postponed;
rain.
AMERICAN   LEAGUE.
All games postponed; rain.
FEDERAL LEAGUE.
Buffalo 4, Chicago 2.
Baltimore 7, St. Louis 4.
Pittsburg 0,  Kansas  City  1.
Brooklyn 2-4, Indianapolis 4-9.
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
WESTMINSTER TRUST
COMPANY
MEAD OFFICE-NEW WESTMINSTER BC.
J.J.JoNts.MAN-DIR. J A.Rennie.SECY-TRES.
NOTICE TO ALL
VOLUNTEERS rORACTVE SERVICE
The Westminster Trust Company will act as
your agent while you are away serving your country
and will bring to the management of your affairs the
same careful attention and business knowledge that
is given to the Company's own affairs.
We draw up your will, and, in event of your
death, will act as your executor and trustee and look
after and protect the interests of your beneficiaries.
FREE OF ALL COST
We will be glad to be of this service to you.
Standing of the Cluba.
Won   -
Vancouver    F,0
_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Seattle    79
Owing to tlie fact of their be'nn: so 'Spokane    73
many entries the officials at the un-lTacoma     56
the Gotham club has refused to budge I !iual ,te,miB tour"e>   now  on at   the | Victoria     5,1
a  step  from   the  strictest  Interpret- !Huyai avenue courts find it impose lb le  Ballard    51
^^��� ���    i to complete all names today as origin-1  ���
ally intended, lt is probable that the
finals in several of the events will
be played oft on Monday.
Yesterday's events reduced the pos-
..ost
Pct
61
.tilO
53
.598
55
.570
77
.420
77
.407
78
.395
Whereon proof of the los* of QortiftoaU
of   Till*.   Number   4"96f.F.   litHued   In     the
Dome of Ethel M. A. Vlpan. hoa btcn filled In this office.
|     Notice is hereby given that 1  "hull, at
(the   expiration   of   one   month    from    the
date of the first publ .patton hereof,  In  ai- -----       .... ..       ,     , .
dally newspaper published in the City of] on account of the outbreak of war ne
tw*.nt)'-on�� >.;(ii�� at an annual
i-'i.ial of ll nu acre. Not more than 2.t>00
a ci i-m will I*** leased to one applicant.
Application for a Inane mu.it be madi
by the applicant in person to the AKt-ni
���>r Bub-Agent of the district In which tht
i itfii* applied   for are situated, _\ 	
In surveyed territory the land must b* |Ne"w w.-stmiVister. issue �� duplicat
described  by  sections!  or  legal  aub-divi  |Hni(l  Certificate,  unless in  tne  rneantltnt
mods of sections and in un surveyed  ter- I vulid objection be made to me in writing,.
et applied foi -shall be staked ] j   o   GWTNN, capture   by   the   Germans,   word     waa
ion or the America's cup rules. The
latest action will not endear itself to
the (.port-loving people ut the United
States which it hats taken in respect
to    Sir Thomas    Upton's   challenger i     - - .      ..      ������-_-i   i���.^-^_,t
Shamrock   IV.    ln   strict  accordance I ���>��*��� considerably   mndlDte rest-
with the terms of the deed of gift ofi"*   Bel8  beta*   .lased   *�������**���
   .-._ _,, !t .....Iclgion was reached.   A. 1.. 1-ewis won |
Yesterday's Games.
Victoria 4, Tacoma 6.
Seattle  6,  Spokane  0.
Vancouver 0, Ballard 4.
the America's cup. the Shamrock was 1 v;""v"; """' """' r   ���-��� --____z,  ,^���\
hem* brought across the Atlantic un-la Btelliir eve,>t over Mr Morrison, the)
der Us own canvas.    Previous to its
I arrival   Sir  Thomas  had   stated  that
TWO MORE RESERVISTS   ���	
LEAVE FOR ENGLAND I
of ths  would withdraw thc challenge until :i
later date.   To avoid the possibility o(
iciglon
'a gtells-  _^^^^^^ 	
two players being nip and tuck until      oeorge Green, late ot the staff of
the third set vvas completed. ]the provincial lall and George Vince,
In  the  doubles  Miss    Martin    andiatso of tije 8ame stB*tt left ia9t nignt
Miss Wilson    won    out    over    Mrs. ;for Quebec  where they  will  embark
for England to rejoin their respective
repi'nenta.   Green had only one month
rilury thr l_      . ^^^^^^^
uli.' t,y the hliufu-tf. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^h
Qaob application must bo aoootnp-Lnt-d ��� Land Hf��
by u fee of $.", whicli will bo refunded n i Now \v
tin* right! applied tttr ur. not uvallalri". i
but not otherwise. A�� royalty ,h;iil t��, j ^^^^^^
paid on th'' in>'rehHntU-l>' output of .Hi, -_B__9
���ilno ut iho rata of Ave eonts per ton. ____^_.
Th_ person operating the mine shall j
furnish tin- Ak�� ut with sworn return. :
acO-iinU-Lg for tho full quantity of mer-
t litmbi-le OOflJ niln'Hl antl pay the roy- i
alty thor,-on If llio cool mining rlirhl-
aro not being operated euob returns should j
be fuihl,lo-_ hi  1,-uHt once u your.
The lease will  Include tho coal  minln.
���"'   *���   pf*r
Illstrk-l   H.-Kl.t-'ur   uf   Tltl
��trv Office,
at!minuter,  lit'..  July  J7,   1314
l_70-l
sent
inn   tl.
rights  only,   but   the  lossce  will  be  pi
nutted   i"   purchase   whatever  available
surfuee ll��ht in.iv bo considered nocos
sury fur the wmklliK or-Iho -.nine at th.
rate o( ftti on acre.
i-'or full infonn ii mn application should
bo made lo the Secretary ot tho Uopurt
ii.-n*: of tie- Interior, Ottawa, or to any
Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands
\V.  W, CORY,
Deputy Minister of tho Interior.
N n���Unauthorised publication of thl��
ndvertisement will not bo paid for.
Strand Cafe
Iloopened under Management of
CARL  ALTEN.
Union Houset.     All White Help
MILK! MILK! AND GOOD MILK
VICTORIAN  ORDER  OF  NURStS.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Residence:   Room 118 McLeod Block
Phone 489 L,
MA-i'Fr.NITv    SURGICAL AND
f.EDiCAL CASES ATTENDED.
We  tire   delivering,  in   and
this city, including Hurnaby  and Snp-
perton, twenty Pints of High Standard.
Unadulterated Milk to th.
Pure  Rich   .'reairf at 30c.  per  pint.
Our appreciation of your patronage
will be redacted tn our regularity and
uniform excellent quality of our de-
The ISLAND DAIRY
Phone 774 Sapperton, B.C.
the Erin, which was convoy-
Shamrock, to take her In tow
nd pet her to Bermuda as quickly as
possible. This was done and tbe yacht
j was towed 000 miles to Bermuda. Refuting to accept  Sir Thomas Upton's
I plea for a postponement until Octo-
| ber with a possibility of an extension
I until next year, the yacht club claims
that tlle Shamrock is di_qualiflcd tor
l having  been   towed  part  of  the way
across the ocean.    If Sir Thomas de-
llrea   to  race  for  lhe  America's  cup
after the war closes lie must take his
yacht back to Kngland and bring her
across  again   under her own   canvas
nnd without towing,    lt would not be
   surprising  that  if such  an  order    i.
around! made by the N< w York magnates, that j
the famous yachtsman will withdraw'
his  boat  trom   the  race  and  declare
Dollar and once mni for all his determination tfot
to again challenge for the International trophy.
Sutherland and Miss Shildrick. the
score being 6-2. _-6 and 8-8. Lewis
and Swan were pressed considerably
by Raker and Shildrick in the gentlemen's doubles, the former winning
out. The following ar��' the results of
yesterday's games together with today's events:
Yesterday'* Event*.
Miss Corbould    beat    Miss Wilson.
6-_, 6-4.
more to serve as a reservist when
called to the colors. He will join
the Second Essex regiment. Vince
Who leaves a family residing in East
Burnaby. will report to the Royal
Horse Artillery. Roth have seen service abroad. A goodly nurehor of
their friends were at the depot to wish
them "bon voyage."
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.
NATIONS AT WAR -The int. .national situation in Europe, as it
exists today on account of war. is a.
follows: tireat Uiitnin. Franca and
Belgium openly at war with Qer-|Q_3RMAN EMPIRE
Austria-Hungary
Italy
make it awkward for Rumania to
take an open stand against the
Triple Entente.
.Cave-Browne-Cave
Mrs
and Mi.s ^^^^^^^^^^
I.R.A.M.,  A R.C.M.
_1EMBER8 Or THE INCORPORATED
SOCIETY  OF MUSICIANS.
Lessons in Pianoforte, Violin, Sing
lng, Voice Production, Theory (in
class or privately), Harmony, Counter
point, Musical Form aud History.
Pupils prepared for the exnmlna
tions of tbe Associated Board of th.
Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College of Music. Also Profession-'
Diplomas, Teacher or Performer
For  terms, etc.,  apply  "   n"'
Ptr��et.    Phone 411 R.
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT   TAILOR.
Full stock ot latest Imported Suit
ings fur summer wear. Perfect fil
and workmanship guaranteed. Price.
from  $18 ou  up.    701  Front street.
Seat Old Timers.
'I'll    all-star team selected from the
church league was too strong for the
i Id timera at Queens park last night.
the youngsters winning out by _ score
, or In to -.    A fair sized crowd was on
hand which sympathetically lost sigh:
; of all errors   made   by    the    former
(  .tars.    Georgi    Speck,  who  is alleged
I to have Juggled the score curd In tin
1 List game between the old timer-:
i Tommy Walsh's rt gimentals, was
deck, bul was refused permission
handle the tally counting.
and
on
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Westminster
Transf ce* Co.
Office Phone  185.       Barn Phone 137
Begble Street.
Baggage P. Ilvered Promptly to
Any Part of the City.
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITV OF N-W WESTMINSTER. B.C
���> O. Box ����� Daily News BIO.
.. T.  BURNETT'S  PRINT  SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
t'rtr.ee rl��ht    Satisfaction guarantee*
mm McKemle at
GENEROUS
DONATION
Giants L.se Another
Cincinnati, Aug. _l.- -Cincinnati
batted Mathewson hard in t'.ie first
inning and scored three runs, which
were enough to Win from New York
today by H-L'. Mathewson was relieved In the seventh to allow Meyers to
bat for hi in
Bank of Montreal Donates
$100,000 to Canadian Patriotic Fund.
I.TT.v-.i_ N[
COLUMBIA    STREET,
^^^^^^<EW   WESTMINSTER
Gymnasium Class, Thursday at 7.30
Swimming clnsses, Tuesdays and Fri
days, 3 In 4, nt Y. M. C.  A.    Young
Ladles' Club, Friday at 8 p.m.
Boarding and room rates reasonable
Meals served to ladles and gentlemen
For particulars call phone 1324.
Montreal.   Aug.   .1.    The   Hank   of
Montreal   is   giving  $100,000   to   the
Canadian   patriotic   tund.   This announcement followed a meeting of the |
board  of  directors  this  morning.    Of;
this amount $50,000 is to be allotted j
to the Canadian patriotic fund  and!
the remaining $50,000, If required will
be given lo the same fund or to other
national   funds  as  tlie  directors   may1
hereafter determine.
No more sleepless nights nnd
dreaded speels of coughing. Cure
always  follows the  use of
Cameron's
Asthma Cure
It stops attacks permanently.
completely restores health.
You will sleep well at nights.
No return symptoms after
treatment ceases.,
Price $2.00 Per Bottle.
For  sale  by
F. T. HILL
Druggist.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Or sent direct charges prepaid.
D.  A. CAMERON  & Co.,
White Front Drug Store.
Owen Sound, Ont.
many  and    t^_^_^_-
a technical  ally ol  Germany and
Mistria-Himgary,     determined     to
preserve   ber   neutrality;     Sweden
and   Norway,    determined   to  preserve neutrality;  Denmark,  fearful
of (ierman encroachments, friendly
to Hritain. but determined to preserve neutrality; Holland, friendly
to   H:itain,   linked   by   its   queen's
marriage to Germany, still neutral,
but   threatening   to   Join   forces
against Germany if the latter country  further  violates  Holland's neutrality;   Switzerland, an old enemy
or Austria, neutral and with B huge
force   mobilized   to   enforce     that
neutrality; Spain, allied through its
royal line with the Hapsburg house
of Austria, but also allied by marriage   to   the   Hrltish   royal   house
and neutral in the face of Herman'
demands for another course; Portugal,  Britain's ancient    friend    nnd
openly  on  the  side of   Hritain, al-
though   as   yet,  apparently,  giving
no  active   assistance   in   tl"'  Wiir:
Monaco,   insignificant   in   size,  but
with  French  sympathies:     Luxemburg,   paralyzed   by   German   Invasion,   but   neutral   though   without
an army to enforce that neutrality;
Servia  and   Montenegro, openly  at
war  with   Austria;   Bulgaria,  sympathetic to Germany, but evidently  held   back  by  fears  ol   llussia,
German prince ruling; Albania, German  prince  ruling, but  torn by  Internal  strife  and  of  no  weight on
eit'.ier   side,   though   its   population
might  split, part  following Turkey
and  the  balance following  Servia:
Greece, openly antagonistic t" Austria,  but   waiting  for  Turkey's action, to whom she also Is opposed,
before   declaring;   Turkey,   divided
between  friendship    for    Cennany
and   combined   friendship   for  and
fear  of  Britain, army   trained  by
Germans  and  navy  under  Hritish
supervisors;    Rumania,    tht    only
country   In   the   whole   of   Europe
which. BO far, has made absolutely
no  public  pronouncement on  the
war.    Rumania's  king.  Charles,  is
n Cerman  prince of  HoheMOllem-
Signiariiigeii  and closely  allied  by
family ties to the kaiser    Rumania
tins made no open move In this war
nor did  she have any  part  in  the
recent Balkan conflict.    Her northern frontlets facing Russia, would
_ Arcording to the
constitution ol April 16, 1S71. the
Cerman empire is a confederate
league bearing the name of Cerman empire under the hereditary
presidentship of the King of Prussia, who holds the title (ierman
Emperor. In time ol war he has
supreme command of the army; in j
time of pence the kings of Ha-
varia, Saxony and Wurttemberg ie-
tain their sovereign rights as heads
of their respective armies. Tlie
military forces of all the rest of
the federal stales nre under direct j
Command of the emperor ill his
capacity of King of Prussia. Tlie!
troops of all the Federal states!
swear loyalty to their respective!
sovereigns and obedience to the I
orders of the emperor, hut in the
ease of Bavaria this obedience is,
limited to war time only. The Cer-I
man navy, on the other hand, Is |
imperial and is subject to no limitations by the different states. The
states of the Cerman empire, with
their rulers, are: Prussia, King
William II. also emperor of Cer-
inany: Havana. King l.udwig 111;
Savony, King Frederic Augustus
111 (not the emperor); Haden,
Grand Iluke Frederic 11; Hesse,
Grand Duke Krnest l.ouis: Meck-
lenburg-SchwerIn, Grand Duke Frederic Augustus IV; Mecklenburg-
steriitz, Grand Duke Adolphus
Freidrieh; Oldenburg. Grand Duke
Frederic Augustus; Snxe-Weimar
Eisenach, Grand Duke William Krnest; Anhalt. Duke Friedrieh II;
BrtinBWlck, Duke Shies! Augustus;
Snxo-Altenburg. Duke Krnest; Saxe-
Coburg-Qotha (two duchies) Duke
Charles Kdward (H.R.H. Duke of
Albany ill the Rritii-h peerage I:
Saxe-Melnlgen, Duke ceirge 11;
I.lppe. Prince Leopold; Reuss. Elder
Line. Prince Henry XXIV; Reuss,
Vottngei' Line, Prince Henry
XXvii: Schaumburg-Ltppe, Prince
Adolphus: Schw. r���zbiir..-Rudolstn,lt,
Sonderhausen. Prince Gunther;
Prince Gunther; Schwarzburg-
Waldeck, Prince Frederick; Free
Hanse towns, each with a small rural territory, retaining their sovereignty and local self government,
j.u.eck,   Bremen   and   Hamburg!
provinces of Alsace-Lorraine. The
German colonies are, Togoland,
Cameroon, German Southwest
Africa and German Kast Africa in
CANADIAN CANADIAN
:   PACIFIC J  ^P^CIFIC
Labor Day
Round trip tickets at single
fare and one-third will be on
sale Sept. 4 to Sept. 7, good to
return up to Sept. 9.
Weed end special rate on sale
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
For particulars apply to
E. GOULET, Local Agent, or to
H. W. Brodie, G.P.A-, Vancouver
B. C. Coast SS. Service
For   Victoria
10:1JO a.m.  .
2:00   p.m.   .
11:45   p.m.   .
From   Vancouver.
 Daily
 Daily
 Daily
For Seattle
10:30 a.m Daily
11:00 p.m. daily except Saturday
11:45 p.m Saturday
For Nanaimo
10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m Dally
Nanaimo, Union Bay, Comox
ft  a.m.   Thursday  and   Saturday-
Vancouver,   Union   Bay.   Powell
11:45 p.m Every Saturday
Prince  Rupert, Granby Bay and
Skeena River Points.
11:00p.m    Wednesdays
For Gulf Island Pointa.
5:00 a.m. Tuesdays .'or Victoria,
calling  at  points  In  Gulf  Isl.
To Alaska   ....Every Saturday
_.   H   BUCKUN,
Pres ud G��mi.
UtT.
N.   ��K . HD8l-"_��.
VlcssPraaldut
W. W. U. BUCKUN,
������-. eee Trm.
SMALL-BIJCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS Of
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 177
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
PHONES: 15 AND 16.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal, Cement,
Washed Gravel 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.
Al'riea; Cerman New Guinea, thej
Solomon, Caroline. Pellew, Marl-1
anne, Marachall islands and Sa- j
moa in the Pacific: Kalao-Chau.
leaked (rom China for ninety-nine
years,
KIRLCt-
about
-A city in Itussian Poland of]
18,000    inhabitants   in   the
neighborhood of whicli the i.tis-
slans are reported to bave repulsed the Austrians with inisiderable
loss. Klelce is about M' miles
Bouth of Warsaw. Poland's ancient
capital, and Is 35 miles from the
Austrian border, forme- by the
river Vistula. It is the centre of a
wealthy and  prosperous territory. m
FOUR
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS,
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914.
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Local News
"" "* -y>~-~~>~v~-^\i ���>��� �����;���~f-Af
'���Nation's F_ir"'Csn'coH(��i.' X��3
The Hurnaby  I.ranch ol  the Victor-,
Ian   Order  of  Nurses    .as  decldi d   to
cancel   the   "Nation's   Fair"   which   it
waa proposed to hold In tbe Kdiuonds
public hall  in October.
Mortgages-Alfred W. Mcl.eod.
(3723)
Argyle   Station.
A   notice   has   been   Issued   by   the
B.  ('.  I".  It. altering tiie Dame of the
station tn the interurban Iii tween
Bl iirtte and New Westminster al Me-
l.i" road. The station will hereafter
he lcugwii by the name of Argyle.
���I  ''littn
otery
Eatrty "ail hats in the popular whits
"<' blacb   i i.-t ts.   Mrs,   .v. ret,   59
Sixth street. '   ciTGii
	
Two Hindu.   Arretted.
Upon oomplaint irom Vancouver
y<it terday, the local police took into
custody two Hindus who were driving a team of horses through lhe
streets. Chief iBradshaw, after <ib-
talning particulars of where the men
resided, allowed them to proceed.
Not n snap a Andi ! Eighteen
Igreat big lots on onen street. Just
i ."vi.-. "he river; J6O0 Cor the b nsh
tiWdsh
Limited.
Curtis & Dorgan.
(37861
MATHESON * JACObSON.
iob b ��ti   St. Phons 1001-2.
East   Burnaby   Branch,   Second
St. and Fifteenth Ave.
Edmonds Branch, Gray Bl..
Phone  11111..
Distributing Prizes.
At. a meeting of the Burnaby Horticultural society held this week secretary McFoe reported a balance on
::a:id from the recent exhibition which
.is considered excellent In view of the
pn 'ni war situation. The prizes are
being distributed this week.
jo     Briquettes, Briouettes, oheapnrthan
_ j coal.    Harry  Davis    &    Co.,    'Phonos
10 and 4111.. (3726)
turns
G-EtMiAGES, Box ��� 75c
BftADSH'AW'S, Crate 75c
ATLAS _1 SEAl
FRUIT JARS
C. A. WELSH
Limited.
Telephones:
Main  Store,  19.1  and   413.
Sapperton store, 373.
650,
it lind  Stor.
Stores:
Main   Store,   CXI  Columbia St.
Sapperton   Store,  317   Columbia.
West Knd Store, 1110 Sixth Ave.
Steel  Water Tank.
The 1',. c. E. it. is erecting a new
steel water tank to tlie south of thell
new  car  burns  which  will have con-||
nection with the sprinkler system In- i
stalled in the buildings,   It w;..s found|	
that  the  present   water    tank,    built '	
| some years ago, was inadequate  for ion account ol his (riend leaving toi
the need., of the buildings. the war was not considered a crime
  by the benfc'a.   The man waa allowed
The Fraser Ferny Navigation com- to go with an admonition.
pany's ferry No.  1  Is ope.i  for char , 	
i ler   tn   excursions  and   picnics.     For , Burnaby tlusii  Fires.
| further  information   apply    to    Ed ',    Firefighters   were   oallo.    on'    in
Falch, telephone 164. (3726)   North Burnaby yesterday    i.i.nio.n
.  and evening to stem tho pr'd^reiis ni
Tax  Payments  Extended. ja bush  lire which started in the tini-
Although the taxes  wire coming in  ber oil  the  Pole  Line road near Uur- j
fairly well, JC200.000   having    already rard Inlet.    A large    force    of   men,
heen paid, the Burnaby council went were on the ground and late last night
further ahead  with  the  extension  of!appeared to have the lire under con-j
the rebate period at a special meeting Urol. I
I held Thursday  when the bylaw  was  ���
given its final reading.    The payment Admits His Guilt.
of taxes is extended one month. j     David Taylor appeared in the police
  courl yesterday    to   answer   to   the
Yon  set  the    full    value    of    your ,, nargc ot- stealing  monies  from    the
money   in    every    glass    of    WINK-   ,,���..,,   bril���0li   of   the   Union   Bank  of !
\\ KlSf-Il Bl-KI. yon buy. It is health-1 Canada, where he vvas a member of
1
The executor of an estate
bUou'td posses. a thorough
kr.ev''. ne ol banking, real estate, valuation of assets, and
have an experienced organizu-
'. on for it.- management.
That is why a trust company
���is b..( fired to carry out the
prei ,'ona of your will.
Name us your executor.
Dominion
Trust
mpany.
Co
Tlu- IVrpetual Trustee.
New Westminster
Branch.
606 Columbia   Street.
C. 8. KEITH. Man.gsr.
ful,  nourishing  and  satisfying.    Send
the staff up till a few days ago. The
'young nia.i pleaded guilty and. cn ap-
for a ease today from vour dealer, or
phono"..!..         (3.ol) l^iicatlon  of" tho  bunk's  lawyers,  the
- ui     _. u "7   .7 accused  was remanded  tor  sentence.
Public   Schools   Open   Monday.       \ Ul aUnv   lm, oU���.;als ���, the institution
Lie public schoolB open for tne fallu,.        further Into Taylor's accounts,
term  on  Monday of  next  week  at 9
o'clock in the morning,    The attend-
least fifteen hundred dollars.
ar.ee promises lo be excellent and will
probably exceed that of previous years.  _ __ ,
During the long summer vacation the  O       "    1   ������J    Pprcnnal
various school buildings in New West   lJOCiatl.  0710.     a*T CrBUn*!
minster  have  been  thoroughly   rem ��� ""' '    -""   ���   "~
vated and overhauled, and  placed  in,     Mrs.  It.  Barber  is a  guest at the
most excellent condition.    Everything j Empress hotel at Victoria.
is in readiness for the opening, all the *    *
instructors In the various schools and!    Mrs. .1. Henley came up from White
grades  having   returned   to   the   city Rock on Tuesday  morning.
within the past day or two. ....
  Mrs. .1   (.'. Owynn was the gue_t of
Ordered  Out  of  Town. \ friends In Vancouver on Thursday.
Miss Lorn a Fraser,   of Vancouver,
lias spent the week with Miss Hand.
Ole   Olsen.   fie   bis;   Swede   logger,
who was picked  up by  th" police on
Thursday after threatening  to  clean
UP the whole staff of a local  hotel,
was  given  two  hours  to get  out  of |    Dr. and Mrs. I)  Held have returned
town  by  Magistrate Kdmonds in  po-  to Vancouver aft r i week's outing at
lire court yesterday.   Olsen presented | crescent.
a  very  much    battered    appearance, | ���    ���    ��
having fallen heavily on the ground! Mr Charlie Crelghton lefl on Tues-
while taking a lunge at the hotel aay evening for McGill university,
manager.   Taking on too heavy a cargo i Montreal
PRESERVING
PEACHES
are expected t.i :i"riv. this week
Leave your .rtlet with us. we iviil
supply  you  with   lust  ilass  Iruil.
<3reen Gage Plum ., fi Ihs, ..
Bipe Tomatoes. ���'��� lbs	
Cooking Apphs. il lbs.    ..
'Bating Apple-   ���; lbs
Miss  Trapp  entertained   a   number
I of friends at an  Informal dance    on
! Satu day last.
I ���    *    *
Mrs. Q. E. Corbould has entertainod
several  parties ol  friends at  croquet |
during the wee,
_     .     *
Mrs. T. .1. Armstrong nnd Miss Nora
Armstrong hav i returned from an extended visit to Vernon,
Mr and Mrs. .1. S. Clute have been
the guests of their daughter, Mrs. S.
.1. Thompson, this week.
V *        *
Mr,   Howard   Shadwell    has    been
transferred to the Victoria branch ol
. the Bank of Commerce,
must be answered bj office help train- .   ���   ���
execute the command promptly.!    ^Ir .lm] ^n   |_   \\   Richardson are
By placing yourself under the guid- U1  Portland where Mr. Richardson li
ance o, our expert teachers, you canl recuperating aftei his illness.
i   ineu in ail departments of of- ...
���i-e   _ork    ready   to   re.poud   to   the      M|ga  Wright,    has    ret .rued     from
anager's call instantly. Vancouver  where sue    has    been    a
FALL  TERM   STARTED  AT j patient  In  tlle  general hospital.
THE CALL OF THE
MANAGER
��� i
25c
.25c
25c
25c
THEMODERN
BUSINESS
;    SCHOOL
Collister Block.      A.   L.   Bouck.  Prin.
Phone 853.
A number or friends were delight-
I fully entertained by Mrs. O. I). Ilr.vm
! ner on Kriday afternoon. The guests
spent, the afternoon in the garden
playing and watching a new came of
lawn golf which afforded much Interest and merriment. The prises
wore "am by Mrs. (1. K. Corbould and
Miss  l.th'l   Homer
Mr. and   Mrs.    a, J, McKenna
of
Fruit Jars of ail  1, mis in  Mock
Rubber Kings, per dozen    ....
B Z Seal Rubber Kins
Ity rubber, per dozi
far Me.
at. Charles, B. c
Jersey Milk. _o
.     .   5c j
_ bi tter qual
10c, 3 dozen !
McAllisters Ltd.
Heavier Cloths, 89c
-these are of special dterest as
tu j Include s.nio f od clo! ���
suitable tor makini tha ni w
.-ivie soata; a goe.i '��� Alum
weight; all al Inchei wide; In
spli iidid mixed t��e> d in useful
dark shades; If you snt a suit
or coat for present wear, see
this lot \ slues to tm���\ im
Si.65 tor   Ovti
The New Westminster
 AND FRASER VALLEY	
Department   Store
TELEPHONE NO. 73.
McAllisters Ltd.
Dress Goods at 49c
TOMORROW'S SELLING.
a lot of serges, whipcords, di-
. gonitis, Bedford cords, tweeds
and Panamas la servloei bis
colors,   as   navy, brown, gray,
black, green, cardinal and mixed shinies; from 4-1 to .'il Inch.
_ ide.    Special  Price,        Afll*
a splendid assortment.. "fiJC
If You Want Liners
These Values Will
Attract
54 inch   Bleached    I im wk;    a
durable    weave      li       u.'iliii u .
use: rioiai deslgtt.
Per yard 	
45c
68-1 neb    fully  bleu   u d    Table
Damask;  close weave;   merca
i, ed fii Ish; attract!' ���   tloral design ;   reg. value   . i
i'i r yaid	
59c
70 Inch al! linen Bl
Damask, satin   tin
superior weave in
desi ms;  will wear
is excellent value : I
prices  of $1.36  at
yard.   Saturday,
per yard 	
ched Table
: a '. ������ ry
holce  floral
lars, Tiis
the regular
$1.50   per
$1.15
��� Ready hemmed T tble
of good quality; sizi
tloral designs; a usefu
for   hotel   or   cafe   use
values  to   .1 50.
Saturday,  dozen
Napkins
19x19;
napkin
ie;   re .ul.ir
$1.15
Silk Tartans at 50c
Separato ->ki.t3 now being worn
makes a demand (or i-Uk waists
.ul we aro offering a tartan
silk that will give splendid . . ar
in seven different designs and
shades; all at. per yd.. Cftft
In green, blue and ri d.. Www
Tartan..; alse useful for the
new combination Tunic Skirt
so fashionable.
Buy Your Blankets
Now
White Wool Blankets.
Superior quality;   with  red    or
blue borders;   soft and  pure:  ..-
lbs.   weight;    size       4* 4   QC
00x80;   per   pair. . . . ffiVW
Dark   Grey   Blankets
7 ins. weight; size r,s_7s
hesi for service.
Per pair 	
$4.95
Celebrated Skeldon Blankets.
Warranted woven from finest
pure wool: size 68x86; just tlie
blanket for better
use;  per pair  	
$9.00
Turkey  Chintz  Comforters.
Well  filled;   very    serviceable;
m.'.o    ��i..\7_;      regular      $-._...
Saturday, Cl  OC
each     91.90
Drapery Specials
Cretonnes In green, red and
fawn; for box coverings, curtains, liaiiRinRS, etc. 4 41.
Saturday,  per yard..   IC. w
Curtain Scrim; white and
ecru, with colored borders: aUo
madras, muslin; regular 35r
values. Saturday
per yard 	
25c
p
,VaII   Burlaps.
\ 'a1'    Burlaps,
ppcia'li p "p ire'l in shades of
. reen tun I Ine, red. brown
and r tin ��� 16 Inches wide.
Rati'rrtsy, per
yard  . . 	
25c
Ecdding P> i r-d Low for Saturday Shoppers.
���Heavy Graj Blankets: sinule
bed size ror campers and others
requiring .- good serviceable
blanket  al   n  small  cost.    Reg.
rpn.ral"rrtfly:....$2.70
Comforters; ci.n 60x72; cover-
i .1 art s.ite, ;i In shades of blue.
green and fawn; chintz designs
Regular Jl.Sn
Saturday,  i nch
$1.25
Many Price Inducements on the Main Floor
rs  I ,n  and
$1.00
regular
50c
65c
25c
25c
25c
25c
3ATUI7DAY   SPECMAL.   IM   LADIES'   HOSE.
Three pail  tor $1.00, Including IVsh   and cashmere; color
bii. k,  ���. erie.i list s,   Satur,:.:.. iii ���: pairs
[or 	
Ladies' silk booi and lisle Hose In colors black, tan and white
75c.   Special for Saturday's selling,
per pal	
Au extn  special bargain In ladles silk and lisle Hose.
it, gular 95c.   Baturda;. pi r pa r 	
Children's Hose Special.   A good quallt) of silk and lisle
In all colors; regular :'.:'<    Saturday, pi r pair	
Ladies' Stamped Corset Covers; variety of patterns
Regular 86c.   Saturday  	
Very Bpeclal for Saturdaj   -Merceri.ed Cushion Girdles; In a
good selection ot colors;  regular 35o;  for 	
Stamped Centrepieces of good quality wihte linen;   very
dal tj designs; regular 36c.   Saturday	
reductions In Ladles' Parasols. The.,:' we are clearing out at
greatly reduced prices; all In tbe newest shapes and colors; both
n long straight and hook bandies.   Reg. values to ...7..   g;4   AC
For 	
Hi gular valui . to $1.50.
Clearing oul  Summer stock of Ladies'  Neckwear at 7..e.    Among
these are Included new flschti styles, collar frills, Medici collar, Illy
collar :n  plain white and fancy designs; regular to S-..0.
A Saturday Bargain, each 	
Neckwear Novelties al 25c.    Bows, ;;ilmts. rise. us. lace and lawn, low
collars and nel yokes; odd lims clearing; regular 60c, 9K#*
Each      C9v
Saturday Bargain In Nee!, Frilling
filial designs; regular value to .
75c
Allium,
liar, Illy
75c
at -He ii vard.    Plain and
75c
Taffeta and Messallne Ribbons to sell al 10c yard. Suitable tor Kiris
hair bows; splendid qualities; assorted shades; widths from 2 to
8 Inches; regular to 36c a yard. 1 Af*
On  Sale  Saturday  for    I VIC
BARGAINS IN GLOVE SECTION FOR SATURDAY.
Ladles'   Long  Double Tipped  Silk Cloves to sell at S"'C B  pair;   bxcel-
lent   values:   superfine and   kaiser qualities;   regular to $1.50 a  pair:
shade., black, tun. white and bine.
Special   Saturday   	
Clove  Special,  aOc  anv   pair.    Clearing  out  the  season's  stock;   odd
lines, inrliullnt; silk, lisle and   .hstnnlsuede: regular to $1.00 values;
ail shades and sizes; repular lo $l.nu a pair.
Choice on Saturday, per pair 	
Children's Gloves. 2 Pair for 25c.
These are in lisle, cotton, silk qualities; similes white, tan,
and gray;  regular to o0c pair.    Saturday, ���_' pnirs for	
Extra Good Values in l.ace Edo;ng.  and 'nnertioi"-. 25c Per Yard.
Valencias. torchon,    shadow    designs;  selling at 86c a dozen  vsrds,
or a  card of a dozen   yards  for
extra Rood quality  	
A Special in Nets and Over-Laces at 40c a Yard.
In daintv lace and shadow naHerns: some spotted and tucked danisms
pmong these.   Regular to $1..2a yard.
Special on Saturday at  	
85c
ck;   odd
values;
50c
25c
Yard.
n   vards.
25c
designs
40c
Keep the Flies Out
MOSQUITO BAR
WHITE AND GREEN.
 25c
 25e
Clearing the Balance of Men's Summer
Goods at Bargain Prices
MEN'S STRAW HATS SATURDAY AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE.
Tine Knglish made floater Straws: medium crowns; fine and coarse
braids;  popular styles:  regular values to $..50. ^4   Afl
Satin day, your choice for 91 ��UU
MEN'S UNDERWEAR HALF PRICE.
Summer  Ufcderwear in  nainsook;   without  sleeves, and  knee length;
all  sizes   .1  to  41;   regular  50c. 9Hmtm
Saturday, pfcr garment     CwG
MENS BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR, 40c GARMENT.
Kine Natural Halbriggan. long   sleeves and ankle length:  sateen  facings; well finished; sizes :\4 lo .ti; regular 50o values.
Mens Combinations in plain and elastic knit;  long and short sleeves
and ankle length;  natural color; closed crotch style;  si.es 114 to 42;
regulai  $1.25 values. OK����
Saturday, per suit   www
MCALLISTER'S SPECIAL $1.00 SHIRTS FOR  MEN.
Men's   Fine   Negligee  Shirts'   made   of   gooil   fast   color   prints;     new
patterns; well made; good full size; sizes 14 to 16V4, _\A   t\t\
Saturday, earn  91 ��UU
MEN'S 50c SILK SOCKS;  SATURDAY 3 PAIRS FOR $1.00.
Men's Silk Socks in colors black, tan, gray and navy; very durable
and lasl color;  sizes !)���/_ to 11. �� _���   gmfm
Special  Saturday. :;  patts  lor    91 ��UU
SHOP IN NEW WESTMINSTER
Limited
AND SHOP AT McALLISTERS.
Great Carpet Values
for Saturday
EATH   MATS.
Regular $l._0 for 95:.
.floe designs in blue, red snd
green, os white ground; guaran-
ti ed washable
Size    14^34    inches. QIJ-
Reg. $1.60, tor   vOC
size _2V,xi2 Inch.   C1  Cft
Reg. $2.25, for 9 I .OU
Blse 27xr,i inches. *Q e_t\
Reg   $3,26   for 9��>��0
HEARTH   RUGC.
Regular $1.25 for 00c.
An  excellent  rug  for the  k!t<ii-
en   or   bedroom;    size   37x64
inches.
TAPESTRY  CARPET.
Reg. 75c a Yard, for 60c.
' bout  1.500  yards  In  60  dltl
��� ' patterns; 27 inches ���.vide;
��� 'table for bedrooms; stairs,
at 1 halls.
AXMINSTER   SQUARES.
Size  �� ft.  3 In.  by  11  ft.  ���   in.
Reg. $45.00 for $29.50.
Thesi are seamless Axminster
llugg with deep heavy pile. The
patter is are the very latest, and
t-0 quality cannot he surpassed, t'olors suitable for drawing  rooms,  dining    rooms    anil
parlors.
TAPESTRY  RUGS.
These   rugs  are  excellent   quaintly;   will   wear  well,  an.,   look
good to the end.
Size  6   teet  3   Inch,   by   .    teet,
Itegular $7.50. *C Cft
Special Price  9wi3v
Size 7 feet 6 inch, by 9 feet.
Regular   $8.75. ffC fC
Special   Price    9W. I ej
Size !! feet bv 9 feet; regular
$10.50. ��������   t\f*
Special   Trice    9 ��� .mmmt
Size 9 feet hy 10 feet 8 Inch.
Kegular $12.50. (Q  Cfl
Special   I'riee    m70.*J*J
Size 9 Teet by 12 feet. Keg.
ular  $1(1.00. (4 4   Cfl
Special   I'riee   ...91  I ivU
Size 10 feet fi Inch by 12 leet.
Itegular $17,50. 6>4 _\ f*n
Special Price ... .9 I fce%JU
Size 10 feet fi inch, by 13 ft. ���', in,
Kegular $21.00 C1C  Cfl
Special   Price   ...91weOU
Gel the Habit,
Watch Our Basement for Values
���
Seamless Bottom Nickel Tea
Kettles:
No. 7 size   $1.50
No. 8 size   $1-75
No. 9 size   $2.00
No. 9 model sidelid Tea Kattles.
Special, each    $2 25
Solid Copper Nickelled Tea or
Coffee Pots:
.".-pint, each    $1.15
4-pint,  each    $1-35
5-plnt.  each    $1-50
Hound     steel-covered       Roast
Pans, each   50c
Hound    Knamel     Roast    Pans.
each     75C
Self-basting      seamless      Roast
Pans,   each     $1.50
The    Perfection    enamel Roast
Pans, each    $2.25
Retlnned Seamless Covered
Kneading  Pans.
ll-ijuart.  size,  each $1,25
17-qnart   size,  each $1,50
21-fiuart  size, each $1.75
Saturday Bargains
for Wash Goods
Hegular to 16c, A large assortment of prints and ginghams
for children's school dresses.
Special, sat- i ft_*
unlay        *****
Keg. 15c. White Organdy; 27
inches wide, for fancy collars,
tea aprons and baby dresses.
Special   Sat- *i ftft
urday            I wW
Keg. 20c. A few odd pieces of
Cotton Crepe; good washing
unci wearing; 27 inches wide.
Sperial  Sat- 19 In
urday       lfc2W
(' ma lo  i'i:-:
iz tins 	
and
,10c
lATItf-ACTION   ls  OUK   AIM.
Dean's Grocery
Fhona M6.
Read - [he - News
SHOOTING STARTS
SEPTEMBER  1st
,'e.   mi:   iloc.   nl   CUNS, AMMUNITION  AND COATS  bl
ii.. equipment.
WE HAVE THE EEST.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
LIMITED
Columbia Str;e'.
New Westminster
linnet, has    jus
pied-ant holidaj
returned    from
lient  in   Victoria.
Mrs.   Charles   Pyn
��� stess yesterdn
ol this city, and Miss Ihigh school, who Is the father of I ^^*^JZm^Dle?\
Maude Hlldreth Trelevinl daughter of Huberl ��. Kvans. formerly city ��l��o Uunb�� ���"g which will he held
the late VV. H. Tri levin, of Portage la   of The  News, comes to his pos     h  . general^r   ^ ^^ g|    lU(,
i | M.   Knglisl'
Ireth Tielevin, d
ll. Tn levin, of
Prairie.    The   bride  wore  a. costume I New   Westminster  with  '
ii colored clol
.!,_>!_.   ,.���,!   ������s   ,, ,.  ,,        .... 	
buds and lilies of | had obtained  with    his    pupils
attention or the New
SFLSre aWH- cfa'ssj Avenue ^-^e In =,1 liistanc^
hnrue nuantttieg of llquois nave  iii.ii
��� i    I,,..   i-niirie.     ie ���  ������ ,, imrA  rotroactlve rates enucted by the p.ov-
'of plum colored cloth with hat or the marked success rrom the east, when   r���������tve ��"�� h      present
, same shade and wns unatten I.   she his ability and the results whicli ho ����������" on atcounl
! carried   white  rose  bud, and  lilies of! had  obtained   with    his    puplU    Mat   war. ams we %M
Miss S. I.. Cloney, who lias been en- [ the   valley.    On    return    from    their j drew the attention ol the New  .vest i ^���~ 'oftUght by the increase in  the
i.ai,, ii as specialist   in  Knglish    and  honeymoon, which they are spending j minster school   trustees
Krench at the high school, arrived yes- at Seattle nnd other points to   the \ started th
terday  and  is  maying  at  the  Y.  W. I l0Uth. Dr. and Mrs   English will talceiman^  ^ __^ ^ ^^ n.   ^ j ���"��� ���mof bond ilurliig^he^sUwo
up
their residence on Broadway.
Mrs.   \V.
Draper,    41 ���>   Blghth
Isireot, enterlaiin-d n party of friends
in ii motor party on Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Draper's guests Included
Mr and Mrs. l-.ys.er, of Montreal, and
th.
Qt
NEW COMMERCIAL MASTER
family, who will follow
when lie expects to settle down here
ns a permanent citizen of the Royal
ARRIVES  FROM  GALT.  ONT. I City.
W.  K   Kviins.  who Will lake charge
Misses Davenport, of Richmond, I ot the new commercial course In tho
���,,.. Duke  of Connaught  hiiili  School,    ar
rived yesterday from Gslt. Ont., where
ho has been promlnenl In teaching
circles for upwards   of   twenty-two
years.
The new commercial master of the
Al St. August,.ie parish home. Vancouver,  on   We lie-din   morning,  the
l'\eiiiiing was solemnized of Dr. John
Molyneux En.liMi, son of the late M
LIQUOR  DEALERS PROTEST.
nBepteinber, i weeks when ri mors were heard or
the proposed additional taxutlon. TIv
measure, however, is retroactive and
dates back to August 7. which thus
compels an increase of tariff on all
goods taken out of bond In the meantime even though the former revenue
-tag had b_on paid.
Object to Paying Increased Taxes on . _	
Goods from August 7. London, Aug. 21.   The embargo on
""immediately upon the publication or tea ta Canada has been removed and
the new larirriehedule'prepared, by j this trade will now proceed under no.-
the minister of finance at Ottawa, thejmal conditions.       , _..   _

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