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Volume 9, Nur
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1914.
Price Five Cents.
British TV    �� Unbeaten
When Obliged To Retreat
Kitchener's Second Army of 100,000 Men About Recruited
���"A Call to Arms!  Enlist for
the War Only."
PRINCE DIED
LIKE A MAN
Frederick William of Lippe
Shot at Head of His Men
Before Liege.
f ATM COLLISION
NEAR SEATTLE
Death Warrant
of Defenders
London, Aug 16.- The reports in
regard to the battle In Belgium where
Ihe .ailing back of the French forces
also compelled the retirement of the
British, show from all accounts that
tba i.ngjlsh behaved with the utmost
gallantry. They were unbeaten when
the general situation necessitated
(lenrral Jnffre's order for a retirement all along the line. Kngland lias
recelved the newI of the loss of 2,000
men calmly, although It is her greatest
Ion in one battle since the Crimea.
The list of casualties has still not
been published, leaving many thousands of relatives and friends worry-
Inn.
When the list., are published they
are likely to have the effect of fully
arousing the Hrltish Hon Karl Kitchener's army of 100,000 men Is now
practically recruited, but thousands
of more men are needed and a vigorous campaign to obtain recruits is being instituted. The latest effort is the
posting of flaming posters in the taxi-
cabs They are "A call to arms, enlist  '.'ir the war only."
Steamer  Princess  Victoria
Rams and Sinks the
Admiral Sampson.    ,
Germans Lost Three to One.
London, Aug. 86.- The I'aris correspondent of the Daily Kxpress says
lhat it Is estimated that in the three
'lays' battle the (lermans lost in the
proportion of three to one of those of
the allied troops.
have resorted  to defensive  measures
on account of being outnumbered."
NAMUR   FORT8   STILL   DEFY
EFFORTS OF GERMANS
London, Aug. 26, 12 midnight���Tbe
following official announcement baa
been Issued at Antwerp, according to
tlie  Renter correspondent there:
"The Helglan operations have succeeded in the double object of diminishing the (Ierman entrenchments and
drawing the (ierman troops on the line
between Malines and Brussels and
thus reducing the pressure on the
French positions. They have compelled the fourth (Ierman division, which
was advancing southward, to retrace
its steps. The fourth Belgian division
at Namur has fulfilled its task, arresting Ihe (ierman column and allowing
the Belgian! to retire on the French
linos.
"The Namur forts are still holding
out."
French   Confident   of   Victory.
Paris, Aug. 26.- The tenseness and
uncertainty that has dominated the
population was relieved tonight by
tbe very frankness of the newspapers
In admitting the turn ir the three
days' battle.
"At last we know where we are."
i. the common remark of one person
to another, but doubt of ultimate success has never entered the mind of
iiny one.
The Journale lies Hates says:
"It is a check     In the Lorraines we
DEAD  CODIES   LITTER   ROADS
IN VICINITY OF BRUSSELS
Amsterdam, Aug. 28.- Via London,
11:3.. p. m* The Telegraaf's Antwerp
correspondent wires that fighting was
, resumed this morning iu the vicinity
lot Malines, where the Belgians have
been enguged dally witli German advance troops.
"The road from Malines toward VII-
voorden. six miles northeast of Brussels." tiie correspondent adds, "Is littered with bodies of men and horses,
while in the fields pasturing cattle
have been killed by shrapnel. The
Belgians captured  one  field  gun.
"Everything ln Brussels Is going on
the same as before the German occupation."
The correspondent says that It is reported that it is the Duke of Brunswick who has occupied the royal pal-
are at I.ycken The Duke of Brunswick married I'rincess Victoria Ltlse
of Hohenzollern, daughter of the emperor of Germany
Home, Aug. 26.���How Prince Frederick William of Lippe died in the
lighting before Liege ls described
tersely in a despatch received here today from the headquarters of the German army. The prince's Infantry
regiment was surrounded by the Belgians under the walls of Liege and
he wuc struck by two bullets while
standing in front of his men. Tbe .
bullets took effect dn the prince's ! Seattle, Aug. 26.���Eleven lives were
neck and chest and he died Immedl- j lost when the steel passenger steamer
Accident Due to Fog   and    Smoke-
Eleven Lives Lost���Capt. Moore
Goes Down with Ship
ately.
French Guns
Most Deadly
Secret of Manufacture Kept
Tightly Locked From
Prying Eyes.
Russian Hordes Advance
Through Eastern Prussia
Onward Sweep of Cossacks Cannot Be Stayed and Many
Cities Are Occupied���Opposed by Three
Austrian Army Corps.
London, Aug. 26. 11 ">"> p.m. A St
Petersburg despatch to the Keutei
Telegram company says that the |
Itussian troops in Eastern Prussia
have occupied the towns of N'orden-
burg, Sensburg and Blschofsburg and
the railway station at Kothfliess, and
adds that the. Itussian advance continues.
In Eastern Galicia the Russians
have driven back the Austrian rear
guard   beyond  the   Hiver  Zlota   l.ipa. |
. Capital cf Galicia Occupied.
Home, via London. Aug, 26. -Mid-
1 night a despatcii from Bucharest
i says that the Itussian columns Invading Galicia have occupied Tarnopol.
an important city SO miles east-southeast of Lemberg, capital of .Galicia
Three Austrian army corps are said
to he opposing them.
Russians Take Tilsit.
London,   Aug.   26. -The Times  correspondent at St. Petersburg in a message dated August   26  says that    ac-
which runs north and south, about
miles west of Tarnopol.
30
cording to private  advices Tilsit  has
been occupied by the Russians.
Canadian Overseas Contingent
Will Depart on Scheduled Time
Owing to European Situation There Will Be No Delay in
the Boys Going to the Front Soon as
Possible-Twenty Ships Required.
Ottawa,
likelihood
tlngent wil
than was    origins
Auc.   .�����    Then'   is     every , western    points,    to    tin
thai   the   CanadJan   con    camp.   Hy tbe end of tin
be  sent overseas earlier   expected lhat the majority
expected.    The i emits will be in camp.
Valcartier
week,  it  is
of Ihe re-
Washington. Aug. 26���When the
news came that the kaiser's Uhlans
had been mowed down by French machine guns In the skirmish at Saint
Croix, some of the United States army
officers watching the European situation exclaimed:    "I told you so."
The eyes of every artillery officer
in the world are today following the
Krench artillery, on which is pinned
the hope of France to whip the Germans.
Will the French artillery, admittedly the best In the world, wreak the
havoc In the (Ierman ranks that has
been predicted? Will the new pieces
or the French repeat the awful slaughter for which their old pieces were
responsible in the Balkan war of a
little more than a year ago ? At
that time the Servians. In particular,
were armed with the murderous
Krench guns and swept from the field
the opposing Turks armed with German guns   ,
U the French artillery refuses in
this war to meet the expectations o(
France, then every nation in the
world, which has been copying It will
begin to work on new lines, for, it ls
predicted, a failure of the artillery
will mean the defeat of the Krench
The French since the time of
Napoleon have specialized in artillery,
and their guns of today, with their
handling, form the backbone of the
army.
Guns Made in Secret.
The guns are manufactured in secret, such is the value placed on
them. The famous Dreyfus affair of
fifteen ears ago. grew, in part, out
of thi suspicion that the secret of
their manu fact ure had been sold to
(iermany. Friendly aa France Is to
her Russian ally, she has never even
lent to Russia any of her newer
models.
Kaiser's Orders to Germans
at Tsing Tau Means
Annihilation.
Peking. Aug. 25.���A letter received
here from an American at Tsingtau,
the seaport of the German territory
of Kiau Chau, says lt Is considered
there tbat Emperor William's cablegram to the garrison to resist to tbe
uttermost ts virtually the death warrant of every member of the force.
The Germans are detaining by force
a large number or coolies, evidently
for military labor, in and about
Tsingtau.
The writer of this letter says furthermore that Horace Kemillard,
American vice-consul at Tsingtau,
who. left before railroad communication' was broken, took with him tbe
archives or the American. British and
Russian consulates.
Peking has no information or the
landing ot Japanese forces at Kiau
Chau. The British and Krench regiments, which supposedly are to take
part in thc land operations against
Kiau Chau, are still at Tien Tsin.
The Japanese minister to China
visited the foreign ofrice yesterday
and requested the removal of the
limitation to thirty miles on the fighting area around Tslntau. which had
been fixed by the Chinese. The foreign ofrice declined his request.
CHARGE Of MURDER
AGAINST WM. COLE
Admiral Sampson, or the Pacific
Alaska Navigation company, was rammed and sunk by the Canadian Pacific
passenger steamship Princess Victoria off Point-No-Point, 20 miles
north of Seattle, at 6:30 o'clock this
morning, during fog and thick smoke
from lorest fires. The Princess Victoria brought the survivors to Seattle.
Eight of the lost were members ot
the crew, and three passengers. The
dead among the crew are:
Captain Z. S. Moore. Third Cook L.
Cabnas, First Wireless Operator W.
IC. Kicker, Stewardess Miss Campbell,
Seaman C. Marquette, Watchman A.
Sater, chief Engineer Allen J. Noon,
Mess Hoy .1. H. Williams.
When the collision took place the
oil tank on the Sampson exploded
and A. L. Button, a tourist or New
York city, was covered with flames
He was rescued alive, but died Just
as th. Princess Victoria reached
Seattle. The other passengers drowned were G. W. Bryant, a painter,
bound for Seward, Alaska, and Mrs.
Ruby Banbury, wife or George Banbury, clerk for the Grand Trunk Pacific  Steamship company,  Seattle.
On the Princess Victoria the Sampson's purser called the roll of passengers as made up by him and six persons did not respond.    However, tbe
list may have been Inaccurate, or per-
I sons who bought tickets may not have
boarded the boat.
The Princess Victoria took most of
the passengers from the Sampson Off
while  still  locked  wltb    the    Alaska
boat after the collision.   The Princes*
Victoria did  not  pull  loose until  the
Sampson was about to go down.   The
Victoria bit the Sampson, abaft of the
bow at about a quarter angle,   T)��e
Victoria  on  arrival  here showed    a
large  hole ln her bow,    being    split
back  about  twenty   feet  and choked  MONTANA  MINERS
with wreckage from the Sampson.
After  the collision  Captain   Moore
handled the crew of his ship admirably, directing the rescue of the passengers.   The Sampson dived to   the
bottom Head foremost. Captain Moore
ran to the stem and waved his hand
as he was carried down with the ship.
Many of the passengers or the Sampson   were  asleep at  the  time  of the
accident;   some   were    rescued    only
partly clad.
French   Repulse.
London,   Aug.    26. - (ierman    forces
delivered  an attack on    the    French
frontier Tuesday. They were repulsed
and retired all along the line.
DECORATIONS
NOW BARRED
Russia   Positively   Forbids
Officers to Wear Enemy's Decorations.
German Cruiser Leipzig
West of Vancouver Island
Cruisers Rainbow, Montcalm and Idzuma Have Been
Notified and Started a Systematic
Search of the Pacific.
Ottawa, Ai*. 4_��.���Word has been
received that the German cruiser
I.elpxig is cruising in tbe Pacific
ocean west of Vancouver island. It
Is thought probable that the enemy
is in the track or vessels going and
returning from the Orient with the
hopes of picking up a rich prise.
The authorities at Esquimau bave
been notified and the Rainbow, belonging to the Canadian navy, the protected   cruiser   Montcalm,   and   the
Japanese cruiser Idzuma have been
communicated with and bave started
to run down the German cruiser.
It is also considered possible that
the Leipzig may make an attempt to
bombard one of the cities on. tlm
British Columbia coaat and replenish
her supply of coal. All coaat cities
have been notified and every precaution taken to prevent any damage being done or the enemy securing at
further supply of coal.
Pension Rates
For Wounds
Announcement  of  Regulations Providing for Injuries to Soldiers.
Ottawa, Aug. 26���Canadian regulations covering yearly rates to officers
and men owing to wounds or illness
sustained on active service are made
public.    They are as follows:
When
���   only   Whin ma
Hllahtly.   terfaUy.
charge of fatallv shooting Frank  slon8  to widows  will  be  in  force:
If no      If ono      If two
Tbe first murder trial ror the tall
qriminal assizes has been marked on
the docket with the committal of
William Cole at Steveston on Tuesday
on
Harper last Friday night. Magistrate
McKee conducted the preliminary
hearing, the accused not being represented by counsel and reserved his
defence until the assize court opens.
George Cassady. of the law firm of
McQuarrie, Martin & Cassady. appeared tor the attorney general at the
heartac. ���     _*-- ���>���<
Lieut-col
Major    . .
Captain  	
Lieutenant   .. .
Sergt.   -   Major
(W.  O.)    ...
H- rgeant   	
Corporal   	
Private   	
t.OO.no
400.01)
300.00
200.00
150.00;
-00.00
85.00
76.00
1900.00
.00.00
4-0.00
300.00
2.3.00
300.00
130.00
12i.00
When
wholly
incapa-
elated.
11,200.00
.00.00
eoo.oo
400.00
350.00 1
500.00
1.0.00
150.00
Lauds Loyalty
off Welsh Miners
Personal Considerations Are
Dropped at Outbreak
of War.
Victoria, Aug. 26.���As showing tho
splendid spirit of the unselfishness
and loyalty in which tbe Industrial
workers of the British Isles are racing
the present crisis, the conduct of the
Welsh coal miners stands out strikingly. Griffith R. Hughes, a local business man, who has returned from
a visit to his home ln Wales, made this
point very clear ln summing up bis
Impressions of the situation in the old
country consequent upon tbe outbreak
of war.
"As you know," said Mr. Hughes in
an interview, "there was at one time
Tbe following yearly rates of pen-1 eome rear of a strike among the oeal
miners of Wales owing to the cancellation of holidays by the government.
children, child,    or mor..
Lieut-Co! S547.50 1730.00 $912.50
Major         438.00       584.00 730.00
Captain        328.50       438.00 547.00
Lieutenant     ....   219.00       292.00 362.00
S. rgt.-MaJor  (W.
O-l        219.00       292.00 365,00
Sergeant         1.7...        197.10 246.3
Corporal        120.4b      1SO.SO -   -
Private        1 a��. .0      14S.ee.      .
The above ar* --respective ot provisions -which ~wiH be made throng*
the national fund.
zee.-S ���.
J"i��l_-tto��
LOOK FOR TROUBLE
Butte, Mont.. Aug. 26.���More than
one thousand insurgent miners have
marched to the mines with announced
purposes of preventing any Western
Federation of Miners descending to
work. A mysterious killing occurred
late this afternoon in tbe headquarters
of tlie Insurgent' miners Serious
trouble'is reared.
INDIGNITIES
TO AMERICANS
GERMANS FLEEING WESTWARD
BEEORE THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE
St Petersburg, Aug. 26.���Via Lon-1 patiou ol Shabats by the Servians,
don. 10:20 p.m.-The Germans in the says a despatch to the Exchange Tele-
Elbtng district ot West Prussia near ! graph company trom Cettinje, Month.' Vistula river, are fleeing west-, tenegTo, the 4000 Austrian prisoners
ward before the Russian advance. j have been doubled, 4000 additional
_ ; men  bavins   beeu   captured   between
Servant Take 4000 Prisoners.        I Lausazo and Shabats during the Ser-
London   Aus   26.���With the reoccu-   vian march to occupy the latter town.
Terrible Tales Are Told by
Returning Americans of
Insults.
FRENCH MINISTRY HAS RESIGNED
WILL FORM ANOTHER AT ONCE
schedule date of departure will he nd
hereil to, but In view of the situation
In Kurope, every endeavor will he
made tn avoid delay. There will be
no unnecessary waiting. The men will
leave Canada as early as possible.
Six  tnousand  volunteers are    pro-
Arrangements are now being made
lor tin transport of the troops to
Europe. Twenty vessels at least will
be required to convey the.men across
tec Atlantic. They will be convoyed
by Hritish cruisers. The Valcartier
camp will be maintained at any rate
teed ng in fifteen special trains from | during the continuance of the wa
r.
ALLIES GAIN
FOREGROUND
Satisfactory (Jains Made Between Nancy and Vosges
Mountains.
Torpedo Boats
Engage in Fight
German     Casualties     Not
Known,   But   British
Lose Eleven Men.
Paris, Au.. 'Jtt/t . l!3*.'JP.��l gThl
official statement-1 .sued l>y the war
department soys:
���in the north the Fi.inco-nritiali
lines have been moved back a short
distance.
"In a    general    way,   our   offense
between Nancy   and
headway,   Our right
been Obliged  lo  fall
the region of St. We.
London. Aug. 26. The St. Peters-
lung correspondent of the Times says:
"Military circles are much impressed by an order dismissing the tier-
man and Austrian sovereigns and
princes from the honorary colonel
ships in Itussian regiments aud depriving  them  of  Itussian  decorations.
"This has never been done in any
war The emperor has positively forbidden Itussian officers to wear (Ierman or Austrian decorations. These
extreme measures are duo to the alleged inhuman treatment of Itussian
subjects by (lermans and Austrians
and to the indignities said to have
been Inflicted on members of the Itussian imperial family."
Paris. Aug. 26. -11:80 p.m. -The
ministry of Premier Viciani has resigned Another will be formed lm-
medial iy.
Pn nler    Vlvlanl    visited    Blysce
palat at 10:15 o'clock this evening
and   not.lied   President   Poincare  that
the members or the cabinet decided
to resign collectively. He said that
lie and iiis colleague*, had come to the
conclusion lhat lu the circumstances
through which the country was passing the machinery should have a
wider scope and comprise all the best
men in all the republican groupe.
"resident Poincare charged M.
Vlvlaul with the task of organizing a
new cabinet, whicli the premier accomplished, lie returned to Blysce
about au hour later and made known
1 to   the   president   tlu-  composition   of
'the new   ministry
Rode the Guns
Over Comrades
Vosges    makes
however,    has
back slightly  in
P. king. An... 26. -l*p to netm'.6.lay
' 'rlit4 ohly ' rrtgai. rhrirtt ' reported tb
linve occurred near Tsing Tau. capital
of the (Ierman protectorate of Kino
Chow, was an encounter between a
German torpedo boat and a Hritish
torpedo boat, on Sunday or Monday
last. The Iiritish torpedo boat re
turned to Wei-Hai-Wol, with a loss of
eleven men killed and wounded.
The (Ierman casualties are not
known.
SOX  FOR  THE  SOLDIERS.
The ladies who provided
socks for the New Westminster
overseas contingent wish to
carry on the work and offers
to that end are solicited. Any
person Willing to knit socks or
mitts will be provided with
wool antl those who cannot
knit may materially aid by giving something towards the purchase of wool for the workers.
The socks are to be of grey
Scotch lingering, with white
heels and toes. The mitts are
to be of a heather mixture,
fashioned with a trigger finger.
Anyone who wishes to volunteer for work or cesires to assist in any way may telephone
No. 62S. <r : end a po_t card
with name and address to P. O.
liox 781, City.
German Battery Used Dead
and Dying Comrades for
a Bridge.
London, Aug. 25.���The correspond
ent of the Daily Mall describes a
visit among the Krench who were
wounded in the battles ot the Vosges
and have been brought to \ic!i>.
whose palatial hotels have been trans-
formed into hospitals.
"I talked with many of these
wounded." he said. "Three men who
fought side by side, said:
"Tt is probably our own fault t it
we arc here. Our major fell at the
lirst volley and then all the other office, a at succeeding volley When we
found ourselves without officers we,
net bothering about what was going
on at the front, rear or flank, ii\ed
bayonets at 1200 yards and went at
them, singing all the way We were
| just fifty yards from the enemy ��hen
i we were downed.'
"in an adjoining cot was a sturdy
peasant, who told tne this story:
���At (ircv a shell rell full on my
knapsack, (ending me sprawling,'face
downwards. 1 did not stir, expecting
every moment to be blown to atoms.
After what seemed a half hour, seeing that the shell had not exploded. I
hunched up my shoulders and the
shell gently rolled off. It is a pity it
was so big. us otherwise' I should have
brought it back as a trinket for my
sweetheart.'
"A      wounded      artilleryman    contributed the following:
"i witnessed one horrible scene.
The Germans were shooting rrom the
deep trenches among which our artil
lerv was doing terrible work. But as
fast as one (ierman dropped another
took his place until bodies of the Oermana were on a level with the surface of the earthworks. At this
motmnt a German battery was order-
  wheels
London, Aug. 25���Stories of (Ierman
Indignities to American women were
told today by a number or Americans
who returned from the continent.
Blame for such treatment was
placed on the civil authorities. In
one instance It was said by a member
of a party of Chicago people that at a
place near Aix-La-Chapelle, several
women were stripped by order of the
officials, while the men In the party
were unaware of what was happening
except in the case of one young
woman. Iu this case the woman, after
being escorted to a room, was there
stripped in the presence or an orricial,
who is said to have been a count,
known in Washington and other
American cities some years ago. Word
had reached the men by this time or
the indignities to the other women,
and they rushed to the door and riling
it open, finding the woman hysterical.
A serious encounter was almost precipitated. While blows were averted,
the American told the (ierman that
he would use the last ounce of energy
in his body to bring about a reckoning. Some day. he said, he would
hunt him out and settle with him per- j
sonally. He said he would hy the 1
matter before the American govern-1
ment. While they were unwilling to
have the names of the insulted women i
known publicly, several members of
the party said today to American
friends that they were not averse to
having the indignities known.
Dr. II. (i Collins, of Pasadena, Cal,,
who was a member of the party of
ninety-two members, told the story of
the women of the party being brutally
thrown from a Herman train at a station near the Belgian border.
"It was enough to make an American's blood boil to see women so
roughly handled. In some instances
they were ejected so forcibly from
the train that they were thrown flat
on their backs."
The expressions   of   discontent that
gave rise to this, however, emanated
almost entirely from the officials of
the  miners' union and  not from the
men.    If there was    any   discontent
among the men, It was Instantly and .
comptMely  dtastpatM. 'sM tha'tHat-
    boeaa_s crtUoal aad It ���m. reel-
that Oreat Brttata saw*' sj�� *��
war.   Then the response of the miners wss splendid.
Local Troubles forget.
Personal  considerations  and  petty
local troubles  were    forgotten.    Not
only did tbey forego without question
the two holidays set for August 3 and
4,   to   which   they   had   been   looking
forward, but those of them who were
not  attached  to  military  corps  went
about their work so energetically aa
almost  to make  up  for the shortage
of  hands  resulting   from  the call   to
arms.    More than this, every man of
them voluntarily agreed to contribute
two pence every day for the assistance
of the wives and families of the soldiers who would be killed in the war.*
Plenty  of  Fuel.
"No, we need have no fear that the
|British navy will lack for coal.    The
I present output of the mines in Wales,
'together with the store that waa laid
by previous to the declaration of war,
will be more than sufficient to meet
the demand."
Mr. Hughes drew a parallel between
the conduct of the Welsh miners and
that of the factious parties in Ireland,
who had not hesitated to sink tbeir
differences in the time of national
danger.
.Mr.  Hughes  was  in  London   when
(Continued on Page Pour.)
100.000 MEN
CANADA
Expected That the Dominion
Will Furnish England a
Fine Army.
Ottawa. Aug. 26.���It is stated that
just as soon as the first army division
leaves Valcartier for service abroad
which will probably be about the end'
of the first week in September, the
work of recruiting a second contingent will begin. It is believed that
recruiting will continue until 100 000
men have been provided, and perhaps,
until the close of the war. In order
that the Canadian forces at the front
may be kept up to mil strength.
The first Canadian contingent will
lorm part of an overseas force of 100-
000 men. Australia will send 30 000
from Inldia 40,000 will be withdrawn
from the army. New Zealand's force
will be over 8000, and South Africa.
will add 10,000 veterans.
ed   lo advance.    The    heavy
sank  in   lhe   trench,   but  the  drivers
furiously    lashed   their   horses
llUDlb   dragged  ">e S��"s ^r"ss
human bridge' "
and
the
Kins George Patron
of Canadian Fund
Ottawa Aug. 26.-It is announced
tonigHt that His Majesty the King
has graciously consented to become
patron cf the Canadian patriotic fund.
WAR   COURAGE.
Many a man in Canada, willing to go a-warring across
the seas, is unwilling to fight at home���against the shadowy foes of bad times or business depression.
This is a time in Canada when Canadian business
men should fight���fight to capture new trade and to
hold old trade.   To stop one's advertising is to withdraw
a powerful offensive and defensive force, and to expose
one's business without a guard.
If the courage of manufacturers,, wholesalers, retailers���the generals and captains of trade and industry
���tails the ccurage of the nation will ebb.
Keep Up Youi Courage!      ,,.,___��., PAGE TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEW*.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1914
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THURSDAY   MORNING,   AUGUST 27, 1914.
IT'S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY.
It's a long way fo Tipperary,
It's a long way to go;
It's a long way to Tipperary
To the sweetest girl 1 know.
Goodby, Plcadilly;
Farewell, Leicester Square;
It's a long way to Tipperary,
But my heart's right there.
Tbe British soldiers, leaving England's shores, pushing to the front
through France and engaging the Germans in Belgium all are singing
the marching song of the army, "It's a Long Way to Tipperary," whose
words and very feeling reflect back from the army the spirit of Its great
director and chief, Earl Kitchener. \
The most practical and moat highly trained leader of the day, Great
Britain's secretary for war, said at the outset or this struggle that It
woukl be a "long way to go," and he has laid his plans and made his preparations accordingly. Kitchener has proved himself a great military commander: Omdurman and South Africa tell that tale. As an organizer he
has shown that; he is without an equal in the Emplie and perhaps In the
world. Egypt and India hear witness to that fact. Kitchener talks as
little as possible, but Kitchener knows.
When Kitchener says "It's a long way to go," -we may take that lor
granted, but that he never doubts we will get there also may be assumed.
lt may be. a long way to go. "But," as Tommy Atkins puts lt, "my heart's
right there," and while the boys in khaki are singing this Hit at the front
as they swing the bayonets and point the guns, we who have been left
at home can do our part in a loyal and common sense fashion to shorten the
"long  way  to  Tipperary."
WAGE QUESTION
IS SATISfACTORY
Trades and Labor Committee Compliments R. C.
Hospital Directors.
Careful  Investigation  Shows that  Institution Is Excellently Managed
���Help Well Treated.
ter and take up witli the provincial tion of the government lo take any
or Dominion governments, or both, the steps which might result In the con
enforcement or the law In this re- Bscatlon or the holdings In Uritisli
spect. could the charges be rounded Columbia of Germans or Austro Hun
on truth. garlaus.    This Is the situation at tlie
Considerable discussion was had on present moment. Hut there tun be
tin- statements that the harbor com- no doubt thai the people of Hritish
inltu-e of the city council had allowed .Columbia, and the government of
outside firms, especially lion found- which I am leader, will adopt every
nes, to tender on contracts without measure which may be necessary
giving local concerns a chance.    The  hcip lo ensure the safety of th
alone    can
ARRESTS MADE FOR
DYNAMITE OUTRAGES
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT
J     A     HURNBTT.    AUDITOR   ANIi
intanl.     iv-'�����      	
llrfrt  Hliick.
Accountant.     Telephone   11.47.     nool
Ish empire.    Time
whal these measures must be,
to
Brit-
show
>"FRU1TSAL1
The Natural Way to Health
EXPERIENCE proves that Health by Coaxing is Utter
than Health by Forcing.   A Mild Remedy is ��iway*
superior to a Hazardous Force.
Eno's ''Fruit Salt" prevents and relieves by Natural Means
all functional derangements oi the Liver, Temporary Congestion arising from the use of alcoholic beverages.  Errors in Diet, Biliousness, Sick
Headache, etc.   It acts according to the
quantity taken, either  as   a   relieving
agent or at a cooling and refreshing
beverage, and gently stimulates without
any weakeniag after-effects.
Prepared only by
J. C. EDO, It.., "Frill Salt" W.rkf, leatea,
tagbat
_��l.in_ntV>-Pril--it>_l town, and citi-- -fC_n__a
Al-Mi l.r C>������-> H-t.l_ r. Sit-hi. li
C... LiaiM.. It -UC-al St.. TOIONTO
Exoneration of the Hoyal Columbian
hospital of all charges levelled against
thc institution In respect to wages
paid the white help employed, waa
made last night at the regular meeting of the Trades and Uibor council
following the report made by a special
committee of Investigation.
The matter was brought up some
four weeks ago when It was alleged
that the white help were getting
lower wages than that paid to Chinese
formerly employed, snd also that the
hours of labor were excessive, ln
the meantime a request for Information had been made to the hospital
board which was met with a desire
for a special committee to meet the
president, directors, lady superintend- i
ent and secretary.
l-iist night the committee journeyed
out to Sapperton where it was shown
over the entire building and statistics
placed in their hands from which
they could base a report.
D. 8. Cameron, as chairman of the
committee, reported thut present conditions were very satisfactory Indeed,
ln fact the new instiiition was a
ctedit to the city and district and
lhat few similar institutions he had
visited in other parts compared with
tiiat being operated by the city of
New Westmin.ter.
Everything Very Satisfactory.
The committee had found that since
the dismissal of Oriental labor, the
white help, with the moving trom tlie
old to the new buildings, had heel.
forced to work fairly hard, but now
that the labor had got into routine,
nothing wrong could be found with
the system. The hours of the maids
was such that they could get away
every afLernoon for two and a half
hours, and also a half day each week.
Tho kitchen help had every afternoon
to themselves 11 they desired to take
it. In respect to wages, the minium
was al present being paid, but
would be advanced inter when the
help became more proficient The
hospital, Mr. Cameron stated, was
working under financial difficulties.
In adopting the report of the committee, the secretary was instructed
Lo write the hospital board thanking
them for the courtesy shown the special committee.
Wage Cutting Not Approved.
j The action ol certain lumber mills
I in this vicinity in cuttingTlown wages
was not looked upon with favor by
��� the delegates and after considerable !
discussion, the mattel was left to the
I executive to go further Into the niat-
inatter was left to the municipal committee. The same committee will discuss with the city council a project
for the closing of barber shops at
specified hours.
Socialistic Protest.
Sympathizers of the Socialist movement claimed a biased report had ap-
peared  ln  a  Vancouver  paper  follow   I
lng the   la-t    meeting   regarding   a |
Socialistic   protest   against   the   pres-
ent war,  which communication    wasj
thrown In the wast, paper basket.    A |
motion to seek redress nnd  bar    Hie
3T_KS~U'-__SS5rbS ����������� "�� �� ��� -"' ""��'"
ALVO VON ALVENSLE6EN
i   TO REMAIN IN SEATTLE
New York. Aug. St���Tba Italian Hue
small majority even though IMlegates
Stoney. Cameron and Maiden claimed
of (Ierman reservists, mostly officers,
aboard, was stopped by the Hrltish at
Gibraltar und _4 Germans and Aus-
general public and reporters could ; trian. were taken off, according to a
have general access to all sessions.
Will NOT CONFISCATE
HOI DINGS Of GERMANS
Premier  McBride  States that  Provincial Government Will Not Seize
Property of Aliens.
mum
thlS
Victoria, Aug. 26.���The provincial
government has not. as yet. in the remotest degree considered the ques-
tion of the confiscation of the holdings of Germans resident in British
Columbia. This announcement was
made by Sir Richard Mcllride. and is
apiops of ;i Btory which has been going the rounds of the press to tbe
effect that sonic bitch action had hi i
determined upon.
"We hai- not even considered tbe
matter of the confiscation o( property
held by residents in this province
who ure citizens ol nation- at war
with the British empire," Bald Sh
Richard, Peacefully-disposed non-
combatants who may lind themselves I
domiciled in this province are a-mil .1
of being accorded that measure of |
British lair play which is the ..'.������
stone of British liberty throughout
the world.
Will Not Em .arras Aliens.
"The government has no intention
nor desire to place any embarrassments in the way of these Qermana
and Austro-Hungarlans who have acquired ititirests In Uritisli Columbia,
lt is too much to expect that
cable message received here today by
the line. The Ancona then proceeded
to her iltsiination.
Among those on board the Ancona
was Count Werner von HeriiBtorfr, a
lieutenant In the Sixteenth Prussian
lancers. Count von llernstorff is not
related to the German umbassador to
the United States, although he bears
the  same  name.     Another  nobleman
Ion the Ancona was llaron Kurt  von
j Lar.ner.
Another   passenger   was   Mode   von
I Alven.sleben,  a  resident or    Victoria.
113. ('., and a former officer in the German   army.     He   was  trying   to     get
i home to join his regiment. He was
accompanied by Von Koon, a Vancouver broker, also on his way home to
Germany. ,
Mr. Alvo von Alven. lebon. of Vancouver, is . iati d to be in Seattle, having left Berlin for home tlie day after
war was declared _. ���! arriving at New-
York a week ago. it is understood
I that ior the present Mr. von Alvensle-
btn Intends to remain In Seattle,
Victoria.   Aug.   _��.    After   a   chase'
i lasting upwards of a year, the provin-]
cial  police have  made two arrests of
men alleged  to have been responsible
��� for the dynamite outrages which oc-
icurred at  the time of Ihe labor ttou-
bles In  Nantlmo,    One has beer-Tr-
! rested  lu   Nanaimo, and  a   second  In
Washington   state,  and   has  returned
here  for trial.
One of the two ls charged with the
throw lng of the bomb Into tbe home
of John Maekinnon, while Ihe other
Is alleged to be Ihe man who blew up
the Temperanc,.. Hotel, also at Ladysmith. The attorney-general's department has been long and carefully looking up both cases.
TREASURY BILLS
OVER SUBSCRIBED
CITY THEATRE
TODAY
ON THE VERGE
Of WAR
Three  reel  feature  of war  and
intrigue.
ANIMATED WEEKLY
HIS  BROTHER'S  WIVES
A Turkish  Scream.
THE   MAGNET
A Seaside Comedy.
We Show Six Full  Reels.
P. II. SMITH. Auditor and Accountant. Telephone -64. 'ill Westtnin-
ster Trust  Building.
FRATERNAL.
LOOM. NO 8.4 -MEETS ON FIKST
ami thlr.l Tuesday In each month at s
p. in. In the Labor Temple. A. J Christ
iicih. Dictator; David Boyle, Past Dictator: W. J. Drome, Secretary Ml
Westminster Trust  llulldlnic
NKW WEHTMINHTEK LOPOB NO 3
��. 1'. O. E. of l>. C inset- first ent.
third Friday ���, | p ���,, ___. ,,.���'""'*
Seventh mul Royal avenue. A W .ll*
Oray. Exalted Ruler) 1\ H. Smith sw-c"
rctfiry, ' ^^
O. o. V. AMITY LODOE NO 17���TUB
regular meeting of Amity l-aiig. N*o
IT, I, O. O. V��� I. held wery M.t,,lM.
night at 8 o'clock In Odd Fellow���'11,^
corner Carnarvon antl Eighth Street,"
\ lulling brethren cordially Invlte.l
H. VV. Sangster. NO.; J. L WatStS
V.Q.; W. C. Coatham. P.O. 7rwuri�� ni
jgMjffii   ��������   *���   McDonald,   ___?_$
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
W. K. FALE8 ft CO., Sl_.��l�� AONES
street, npiui.it. Carnegie library. Moat
up-to-date funeral parlors In the div
Specialists In ablpplog. I_.dy assistant
In attendance. Always open. Day Minna.
I7��.  nlfht phone si. ~m���r
S. HOWELL (SUCCUSBOR TO CBN.
te. & Hanna, Ltd i���Funeral director,.
nn.1 rmbulniers. Parlors .OS Columbia
Street,   New    Westminster,     Phone  9��J.
 BOARD OF TRADE.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WESTMIN-
ster Hoard of Trade meet.. |n the board
room, city Halt, a, follows: Third Friday of each month. Annual inc. ring,,
on the third Friday of February. C h
Sluart  Wade,  secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
CORBOUt-D. on A NT *  MoCOLL, BAR-
lister..  .Solicitor,, etc.     40  Lorne street.
New Westminster,   o, e. Corbould  K.
C.    J.  n. Grant,    a.  k. MoC.ll.
ADAM    SMITH JOHNSTON,    BARKIS.
trr-ftt-lnw, Solicitor, etc. Solicitor for
the Bank of Vancouver, Offices: Merchant*' H.ink Building, New Westminster. II. I'. Telephone No. Ili7u. Cable^
address "Johnston." Code Westerly
Union.
Issue   of   15.000,000     Pound.      Proved
Great Success nnd All Taken by
Banks  at  Once.
London,   Anu.   -'i    4:45 p.m.   The
second Issue ol   ��15,000,000 (.$76,000,-
ooo)   in   treasury   bills  has  been    number success    The total applications,
they  which  were principally  from  banks,
should be at all sympathetic t<> llri':'.t  amounted to more   than    ��40,000,000,
ippl.cation ut a frac- |
Britain  in  her  present struggle,  but  Those who mad
we do expect and shall insist upon tion over ��98 will Ret their allot-j
receiving at their hand., at this time [ments in full. The interest works
that consideration for our own loyalty out at slightly more than II ii-4 per
which   their  own   good   laste,   will.   1  cent.
am sure, suggest. j     Bills   were   taken   rather   freely   on
"1 have sail! that it is not the lnten-  the market todaj  at late rates
The
Four
S.S. Transfer
COMMENCING   AUGUST   3.
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE.
Leave   New  Westminster f<jr Mission l o |
-i.m. Monday.
Leave  mihmIoh   fur   Kew   Westminster   11
n.m.  Tuesday.
Leave ,n>w Westminster al 2.30 p.m. for
Westham Island
Leave Westham  Island  "  a m.  Wednes-
day,
Leave new  Westminster for  Mission  11]
noon,  Wednesday.
Leave  Mission  7  a.m.  Thursday.
Leave  New   Westminster   2:10  p.m.   foi
Westham Island]
Friday snd Saturday trips Lower River
UM    iisil-i-.
freight fnr Mission antl Intermediate
points win be received st B. jt K. mm
wharf  mi  day   of  mil.inn.
For further Information apply B   A K i
Milling Company's offloa of Fl. Jardine.
\V     F   If
ANSFORD,    CA linisn.lt,   BO-
lloltor,
etc..    Ootllater Block, corner <__-
lumbl i
and   MrKen-ie    streets,     New
W-��tn
illHt.r,   B.  C.   I'.  O.   Box   .86.   Tele-
I'll. ri<i
-44.
WMTri-PIPK. KDMONDS * M'HITK-
-t'le-.-BurrlKterh and Solicitor-, Weal'
minster Trust Illk.. Columbia Btreet.
New w,.. tmin.tcr, it. O. Cable addreaa
"Whlt-Bl.a," Western anion, r. o.
Drawer   2<in.    Telephone   8>.    \v    j.
Whiteside,   K.   O. ;   II.   1,.   Edmonds,   D.
WhlUalde.
.!. STII..VI.U. CI.t'TH. BARRISTER-
at-law. solicitor, etc, corner Colunlblai
and  McKenzie Hire, t.,     New  West.-Wn-
��"t. n. c.   p. o. Vox ii..   Telephone
710.
.1 1' HAMPTON BOLB, IIAIUtlSTKH.
Solicitor and Notary. Offices. Iliirt
Block. '-�� Lorn, sire.-, New West.coster. B. O.	
M.'ljI'AllRI...    MARTIN     ft    CAM-ATI*.
HiirrlKters nnd Solicitors. (OS to .1*
.v..��tmlMstcr Trust Block. 0. I. Marlin.  w.  ti.  McQuarrie and Ooorgg  U
Cassady.
The Last Four Days of Our Closing Out Sale
4-Piece Parlor Suite
Two Chair, one Settee, mahogany, covered with genuine leather, with Mahogany Parlor fable.
Worth $64,   For
$45.00
4-Piece Dining Room Suite
Set Six Dining Chairs
Extension Table
Buffet and China Cabinet
Worih $92,  For
$69.00
4-Piece Bedroom Suite No. 1
One Good Iron Bed
One good Spring; one Mattress.
One pair of Feather Pillows
Reg. $11.10, For
$7.75
4-Piece Bedroom S\iite No. 2        fce���   $37.40, For
One Brass Bed �� '
One Special Spring
One Restmore Mattress
One Pair of Restmore Billows
$24.50
4-Piece Kitchen Outfit
��� One Kitchen Queen
"One Kitchen Table
Two Kitchen Chairs
Worth $12.50 for
$9*25
FOUR  ROOMED  HOUSE   COMPLETE
I. Parlor Suite as above.   Dining Room Suite as above.   Bed Room Suite, No. 2,
as above.   Kitchen Outfit as above.   Worth $205.90.
ALL COMPLETE FOR $140.00
'���rim
PENNY & ROS
.Mt. NS.    The   Uritisli     forces     underwent  their first baptism of fire  In
tbe  vicinity  of  this   Belgian   town,
which   is   thc   capital   of   the   province  ol   llainault  and   lies  twenty-
seven   miles   southeast  of   Tournai.
MODS   possesses   five   gates     which
must  lie  passed  to  effect   an    entrance and is commanded by a CM-!
tie, Hie Chateau Lieu, but its strong
forts   have   been   dismantled.    The
ti.wn   possesses     many     handsome
Lnildlngcs.   Its manufacturing trade
is   considerable   and    its   factories
produce   linen,   woolen   and   cotton
fabrics,  fire arms, cutlery, musical
instruments and sugar,    lt also ca:- i
rlea on an active trade in coal, timber,  building  stone  and  grain,  the!
transportation  of   which   is   faclti- !
tated by canals.    ..Ions is situated
in  the  heart  ol  tlie  Harlnge  coal
fields,   whl.h  have  an  annual  out-'
put   of  twelve   million     tons.     The'
town    ��as   founded   in   the   eighth
centurj   and   t'.iree   hundred     years
later  l."came  the  residence  of the
counts   of   llainault.     In   14"5   Jean
IV . Uii:���:.. of Itrabant, aided by Phillip the  iood, Duke ut Burgundy, bo-1
seiged   nd took the town.   It after-.i
winds    ustalned  several  sieges and
waa alt -mat. iy in tiie bands cf tha
Austrians, Spaniards and French til.,
In   17!H    it   fell   to   the   latter   and
was   r. Liiniil   by   them   until   1814. j
The   population   ol   Mons   is   about
thirty thousand.
SHIIIMEI
road tin
from St
German
whicli ti
bi en opi
are abc
1 i nch
the (ier;
in Belgl
side of
town ol
valiey o
dustrlal
are silua
twenty-:
Strassb.
three
Vosgec.
K, A (Ie. man town on the ]
OUgb tbe Vosges mountains
Die, France, to Strassburg,
', in the neighborhood of
eavy .'relic.i forces have
irating ami from which they
it to retire to join the
army attempting to block
mns along the Meuse river
un. Schirmeck lies on one
the Ilruche river and the
Vorbruck on the other. The
���' the Brucbe is a busy in-
reglon and numerous towns
ted In it. Schirmeck Is only
iven miles by rail from
rg. It guards one of the
lain    passes    through    ihe
irom the town (he l.esse river
'���'���' ��� through Boi tm hi : by a sub-
: -.in passagi. the exploration
hich has li d to the discovery
ol - ���. md( ful grott ib, consist-
In. - ess than fifteen separate
bal and containing many eicep-
1,1 '-���' itil ll '.' ,- tite formation;:.
I.AN'lil-N    One    ���   i ..   smaller   Bel-
giaii  town ���    - < ;;..' :   :,���,   the  Germans since the fall oi Liege, lies between  I... ���'���  .::. I    l mvi li .    about.
twenty-four miles northwest of the i
first named point.   I.andcn was the
birthplace of the first Pippin, distinguished aa  Pippin of I .andeti  rrom !
his grandson, Pippin of Herstal. At 1
.Landen  the  French    defeated    the
Anglo-Dutch ai my  In  16.3 and  the j
Austrians defeated the Fri in h there !
in 179;., one hundred years later
LAKE NYASA. This large body ol '
water separates Southern German
East. Africa from Brit! ih Pentral Al
ric.i, In eluding Nyimal, and North-
i n Portugui Be East Africa from
Hritish Central Africa. Nyasa is
third in Blze of the ��� :������ it lakes of
Central Africa an I II al an altitude of 1,660 I'd : above the sea lis
Bhores are divided between Great
Britain, Poartugal and Germany,
On ;.t Britain hold ng the wesl coast,
tbe south coast and the lower es t
ci ast through Its protectorate of
Nyasiii: Germany, tbi northern hall
of the east coast and all ol lhe north
coast and Portugal the middle section of the east coast,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Labor Day
Hound trip tickets at single
fare and one-third will be on
sale Sept. 4 to Sept. 7, good to
return up to Sept. ..
Weed end special rate on sale
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundavs.
For particular apply to
E. GOULET, Local Agent, or to
H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
B. C. Coast SS. Service
For   Victoria
From   '
i/ancouver.
l",:;i) a.m.  ..
 Dally
2:00   p.m.    .
 Daliv
11:45   p.m.    .
	
 Dally
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
For Seattle
10:30 a.m Dally
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
8  a m.  Thursday  and  Saturday
Vancouver,   Union   Ba/.   Powell
11:45 p.m Every Saturday
Prince Rupert, Granby Bay and
Skeena River Points.
ll:00p.m   Wednesdays
For Gulf Island  Points.
5:00 a.m. Tuesdays for Victoria,
calling at points In Gulf Isl
To Alaska  ���Every Saturday
FOR JUST FOUR DAYS MORE.
COR. SIXTH AM CARHAHVON STS.      He Pay tlie Freight
POLA.-  T
base on i
of Venii
ipeninsul:
Bay  of  !
commodi
harbor,
fcrtifieal
hills cm
the  entr
naval st
the   tow
ruins da:
vius and
The out
ajiipilht ���'
iy thou:
lng.    A i
principal
is   Is   the   Austrian   naval
he Adriatic sea on the Gulf
s  side of the    Kustenland
.   It lies at the liead of the,
'ola  and  possesses a   safe, j
iiis and almost land-locked
An    extensive    system  of
ons ties been built on the
losing the harbor to guard;
atice    The manufacture of
res la the chief industry of
Pola  is  famous  for its|
ing  hack to SeptimUs Sor-j
Ca.acalla and even earlier.
r  w.illa of the  old  Human
ire, . -ich could seat twen-
4d i     pie,   are still stand-
tri.    -elected   Pola   as   Its
Mi -1  base In  IK-IS.
HOCHWI'O IT.
with a
rge
twenty'
;ht
mur, w
.:h h
recent   1
i htli
a triliut.
y oi
f.imoi:.;
r it
\ small Belgian town
iimmer colony about
lies southeast of Na-
a suffered heavily in
Hochefort lies on
he Leese river and is
grottos.   Three mile::
CHARLEROI." This town In southern
Belgium On thO Sambre river has
seen some of the. heaviest lighting
to date between the French and
(lermans. It lies about twenty miles
from Namur. lt is the centre of the
iron district of Belgium and lias
water communication Into France as
well ns across Belgium. It was ceded to '(Franco soon sifter lt. was
founded and was fortified by the
famous Vauban so strongly tbat It
twice held out against the attacks
Of William of Orange. The fortifications later were destroyed, Inn
again in 1815 the city was refortifled
by the order of the Duke of Wellington. These fortifications finally
were dismantled in 1869, and any
means of defence whicli It has had
during the present campaign bave
been purely temporary and of an
emergency nature.
MAASTHK'llT.-'The capital of the
Dutch state of Limburg, where the
(lermans first violated Dutch neutrality, is situated on the left hank
of the Meuse river, it originally
belonged to the Franklin kings, several !of whom resided there. hi
1699 it was taken by the Spanish,
who plundered the place and put
e ght thousand to mc sword. Prince
Frederic, i'iiu'v of Orange captur-
i il it in ..;!_:, while the French took
it. three times by assault, in 1878,
174X and 170S. In 1-iln It was the
only town in South Holland that
held out against tlt(. Belgians. At
pri sent .Maastricht Is unfortified except, by recently erected cmergi ney
works.
The Bank of Vancouver
HEAD   OFFICEl    VANCOUVER.   B.C.
���ranches Throughout the  Province of  British  Columbia.
Saving* Department at all Branch*!     Deposits of One Doll*- and
_liA_.ni.   received and  interest at  tbe highest current rata paid or
creiilter) half yearly.
A  GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS  TRANSACTED.
Drafts and Travellers' Chequee sold, payable In all parte of tke
world.
CHAS. O. PENNOCK, Qeneral  Manager.
New   W.itmln.ter   Branch: A. W. BLACK, Manager.
Electric Household Appliances
A cordial Invitation Is given the ladleB of New Westminster to
visit the salesrooms of the B. C. Electric, In the company's terminal
at Columbia and Eighth, to inspect our complete line of Electric
Cook lug and Household appliances.
ThOHe appliances greatly lessen the labor of thc housewife, promoting both her comfort and convenience. They are always ready
for service, operating on connection with any household socket. The
cost for current is only a few cents per hour of continuous operation.
Electric Cooking Applances just meet your summer demands as
tbey can do all forms of light cooking just hb woll as the kitchen
range. Fully seventy-five per cent of your summer cookiug can he
doue In this manner.
THE APPLIANCES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED FOR YOU AND
ALL QUESTIONS ANSWERED. YOU WILL FIND THE VISIT
BOTH   INTERESTING  AND  INSTRUCTIVE.
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New  Westminster Salesrooms,  B.C. Electric Block, Columbia & Eighth
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THURSDAY, AUGU8T 27, 1914.
THB NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THR
Classified Advertising
5PORT5
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OtaMlflvd   Om oettt p��-r word per dn*;
4i- \jf\- v.t.ni |.��-r week; I to per mom
1000 WOfdi I" &�� "��'���<! a* required vtthtn
oni*  y^iir  from   .!:iy  of c-.ntniei.   $ 1!T*.'j0.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
TOR  BALES- St ll  vour propartf  through
.in nd, in ttiiH column.
_''>!t  SALIC--Two circular h.iwu and   saw
i ible complete. A|��i<_v at The New*, of-1
fl-W,
SPORT CHATTER
(By tbe Potter.)
KOIt SAI.K���ll.._   down.     $1.00 per week.
I'liliiiilii'n     l'l !<!���-���     Malleable       Ktt.ic..;
ev.ryone guaranteed.    Market    square.
(171.)
MALE  HELP WANTED.
TO RENT.
TVAMTBD-  Klrxl -rlilHH wlille nhhiKle mw- I TO   ItKNT  -I'uttuge,    furniHll--,    .1.    pi
em .it tjiu-e.     Api.lv  for piirtleulnrH to
J    A    l-'i.-tii.-e.   I.'entiiil  I'lKur  Stand.
iii'intli.     K_.   Seventh   street,   halt  Ijlu.k
fi"in  Central   H-llool. I37._l
OTHERM KBCB.VI. tl!i lo 16. wi-ekly: I KOIt HKNT-New up to date apartment..
Why not >uu" writs Immediately fur i ennui, i-1-i.-trli- elevator, be.it. hot and
full particulars, sample, picture, liter-| mid water. Kan move for cooking. Free
'Ull". 'le. I.xi��� tii-iir. unli_t:t .wiry Kri -I janitor .ervlee and vacuum cleaner
I*,.- lur to cover cont. Cllffurd C.I Ron! $3u und up. Apply Hotel Kuaw-ll
'fit..i" ll. I'. i��. Mux ., t-tlmoiituu, Alher       0r the janitor Arundel upurtinenl-, lieg
tu,  CUIMA,
(3731)
fMij^i--..! imi il,,llam wl-L-re rht.kt..i.   pay
-4.il.--ll    e.ipltal       needed,       Kliuil1
required; Hend fo.- May lami.  nf
    Journal:   fully    explained    there;
price  i,ii eeniH.    Reliable Squab Journal.   Versailles,   Mo. (3734)
(37.-i
KOIt   Ill-NT     If   Tou  have   room*  to  rent
try an ml. In (hla column.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
OTIIt-itS KI.I'KlV.: 110 ot .Of. wi-klv'
Why not yuu'' Write iinmedlately for
full particular*, mim[ile. tilcture, llter-
uliire, eti Kxp.'r|,-iii.��� unneceHflary. Kn-
i.ime Hu- lo ein'.-r cuflt. Clifford C
lflMb*ll, I' 0. Box -, Kdmonton, Al-
fceria. Canada. (tyl i
POR   RBNT  -Six-room   houiin   furnliihud
Third   Btreet.     Apply   f.   O.   Bo��   MS.
(3737 1
TO      RENT
rooiim
.1reet
Purnisbsd     boilaake-plng
roouiH,   910  por   month,  ut   _-4   Sevi^tn
(3
m
POR ItKNT���Modern clean houses In ull
parln of town and llurnatiy al very low
rents. B. 0. llrunh, phone 313. 301
.Y.fltrnliiHt.r  Trout   lildu'
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
MONEY TO LOAN
prop-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     MONIIV   TII   l,i|\N-   ..I'll   for  ell
WAMTBD   TO   f'l.'Ill'HAHK.-   Small   mod-;     erty.     Ann,mils   of   110-   up  at
i in limine , closa iii. I'll easy tornis. Ap- I     rates for Improved farm..    No unreas-
plv bos  377",. uiiuble oharg-S,    li. (��. 1.rush. P.O. box
WANTKI.    s.|i,���,I   teacher   wantii   boardI
and .',      Apply Min_ May.  Y.W.i'.A .' SH
Phons   133.. C!774i i
r.i. city.
AGENTS  WANTED.
\\ ANTBD  -Capable
works.    Phone  13
dre.. Mluuker
want
(87.8
WANTEIJ-    KODMKIIS     ANI)
ers;  637  Carnarvon St..
\V . NTK1' ��� lire. Hiu.ikltitt, prices reason-
-il'le. .Now- Ik the Ume to put your ur-
d.rs in before the fall rush, Mr.. C.
Cunningham,   Biute   ID,   liradley   apart.
OTHERS RECKIVE SI.', tu $66 weekly:
Why not ynu? Write immediately for
full particulars, sample, picture, literature, etc, -Cxperlence unnecessary. I.n-
closo 10c io cover r"��i cilffonl C,
Mitchell, i" ii Box .', Edmonton, Alii- i ui, Canadu. i .",7311
ments,
(37
WANTED���Hliouaehold   (Urnlture.     Wlll
i'uy.   sell   on  oomralsslon  or  exchan.:i
.uelloli sales eninluetid II. J. ltus.,'ll. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"The iin'lv Reliable," corner Columbia | rour Amateur Prints set the same fln-
'iiiil Fourth si reels   phone Ul,    (Hisijlsh  and  attention  given  our  hl/ili  grade
AMATEUR   FINISHING.
WANTED     Household        furniture        and
stS&_ "f u;eiehandi_e lu large or smajl|print
quantities   for  spot  pasta
nmereial picture
IlinboNSed    bonier
mount     on     every
Eastern experts predict the Boston
pitching staff to crack beneath the
strain tefc.e another week  is out.
..1. draw's moRt rad^it dream Is
tbat uf four straight conquests. This
is a goal that no club in forty years
has ever reached.
Panning Mugsy has been a widespread j.stlme for a good many years,
but one has to hand lt to hitn. llow
many managers ure Avert now ln action wn. ,..,_ ua.e won three pennants with t.ie material he has driven,
and set the pate Tor the lourth?
BASEBALL
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
Vancouver 1. Ballard 3.
Victoria 8. Seattle 3.
Tacoina b, Spokane 2.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Boston t��. Chicago 1.
Ilrooklyn 2-\, Pfttlburg 1-2.
New Vork 0-4, St. l.uuis 1-0.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago 0, Philadelphia ...
Detroit 2, Boston ...
Cleveland-Washington;   rain.
Ut. I_ouin 1, New York ., 12 innings.
REPRIEVE EXPECTED
FOR BAVACQUA
The Vancouver and district Rugby j Sentenced
clubs have suffered severely through1
the enlistment for the overseas force..
It  looks ns  If the Vancouver league
will be down to four teams thia w lute..
to   Be    Hanged   Tuesday
Morning Leniency May Be Shown
by Authorities.
After attempting to put Victoria on
the baseball map, Joshua Klngdon has
f. und it too expensive and threatens (!
to pull out before this week is ended.
The league schedule ls due to close i
two weeks earlier than first arranged,
go that efforts will probably be made
to hare the Victoria boss remain ag
president of the club until the finish.
iieport has It that "Shorty" Hughes, j
preslili-nt of the Northwestern league,!
win have to quit his job as sporting j
"tlitor of the Seattle Times next earing j
or else ijuit as league proxy. .Seattlei
wlll i_se a valuable sport writer
Should bo decide to head the league.
Football players and funs are going!
���' attend tonight's meeting of the:
Westminster United club, the newly
organized aggregation which will up-1
hold the Hoyal city in the Vancouver I
first division. The gathering will '���
take place at the Kings hotel.
Up to last night Sheriff Armstrong
had received no word from Ottawa
regarding the hanging ef Frank
Itavacdua, which is scheduled to take
place at the provincial jail on Tuesday morning next, September 1.
While no official intimation lias been
given, It is almost certain that a reprieve will be granted by Minister of
Justice Doherty before Tuesday, the
evidence against the man and tiie
testimony given in favor of him being mch bb to lead tlie jury to recommend in their verdict a strong plea
for mercy. ,
Then again it is argued that except in extreme cases, the govern-
in, nt. during these war fines, will
allow a little leniency to persotiB under sentence of death.
will   sell |     Veil   have   your  choice  of   finish,  gloss
.....   ....ids by DU-fU'c auction and give a or semi-matt    Hingis or    double weight,
uuir n'.eii value or no nomnusslon If ynu do not mention the finish you
-___j___-d Before 'dlSDO-ing 0. your Wanl WO give you the bent your films
_r,__l_ ,ls,-wl,.-ie call In  Fred  liuvls audi wil; make.
Si bis .'ilu.-s l_..i ���...��� the others, oft- A trial film will mean a steady custom-
.rwanl.  ttevfi wlll  set   for you or buy. ier   lo   us   and   siitlsfiielion   lo   yourself.
CUi at White i.unch. ... Columbia Wo make oholee enlargements from
....ei     i-ii.lne "iii [lmi amateur films.
street.      I l.'.ie    ��� i.i.  ,      ^.    .i|Si) _tyt n n|,w .1Tw) ,.,,,,,,,1,.,,.
Baseball at Millside.
Ai rangements have been made by
Die Fraser Mills baseball nine to entertain lhe Point Grey Ited Sox 'at
the mills next Sunday. The municipal
nine are reputed to have a classy
-iitlit and cut quite a figure in Vancouver and district circles lust season. It is probable they will gather
in all-star nine for the occasion so
that a good game will ensue.
WANTKI>--Furniture, etc.    \V. M. Mri'lny
A Co., ih,- ,..|>,.rt auctioneers, win eon-
dual a successful auction for vou or buy
O-prlght ir sal ,t desired,   clean hus-
Inesi  prompt settlements, over "'i y,..irs
wide txtH-Tlenae.   Writs or call 3'1 '
street
BTNOPSI8  OK
30AL  MINING  RBOU- I Phone
ATION.-. store."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ plete  Btock
f picture moul-Ung oarefully sslscted rrom
the   samples   of   the   largest   frame   uuiuu-
facturers  In  Canada.
Ws do all  lines of commercial photography.
. . Ixtli      Better   have   Hint   family   group   made
(37 1 . ) 'at  vour om n  home,
Amateur mail orders given our prompt
lattentlon Price list and samples on re-
i quest
Ii   '"sts  you   no  more   to  have   it   done
Ight.
HOMER  E. LEASH,
(jr.7 Columbia  Stre,,_,
your   films   ut   the   Curtis   Drug
At the Tkeatres
EDISON THEATRE
TODAY  AND   FRIDAY
"A Million Hid," in live parts, will
be staged at the Kdlsoil theatre today
and Friday. The story concerns a
mercenary and managing mother and
her daughter, Agues. ^The young lady
, loves a youtlifui doctor, but a match
| Is frustrateti by the mother, who
seeks to marry' the daughter to the
I highest bidder.   The mother's extrava
up   by    a    French    fisherman.    Hla
tnemorj gone, he does not recall    hla I
previous existence.
ln America. Agnes and the doctor
renew their love affair and finally
marry, excellent proof having been
furnished that her former husband
had drowned in the shipwreck. There
is no opposition to the marriage now,
aa the mother also had perished intbe
catastrophe.
Five years lati r, the young doctor
has become a famous brain specialist.
To him. Agnes' former husband cornea
for an operation In the hope of restoring his lost memory. Tbe two men,
never having met, fail to learn they
are both married to tbe same woman.
She discovers it, however, and with
ber happiness at .lake, does not tell
her surgeon-husband the truth, but attempts to dissua.e him from operating on her first husband, fearful tbat
tbe operation will prove successful
and her first husband regain his lost
memory and recognize her as his
wife.
The humanity in the surgeon surmounts his wife's pleas, but the
patient falls to withstand tbe operation and Agnes' happiness is assured,
despite the terrible situations which
confronted ber.
Tbe cast includes Anita Stewart,
Julia Swayne Gordon! Harry Morey,
Cbarl-g Kent and K. K. Lincoln.
WESTMINSTER TRUST
COMPANY
HEAD OFFICE-NEW WESTM ^S'r- BC
J J.JoNts.MAN-DIR. J A .tti- .   -:-
ROYAL THEATRE.
Miss Betty Nansen. the distinguished actress, in a four pan powerful
drama, "Princess Elena's Prisoner,"
was well received last night at the
Royal theatre. Miss Nansen') work
in motion pictures places her with
the select stars of the silent drama,
her acting is flawless und compelling.
Her portrayal cf the Princess reveals
a character given much to introspection and Buppress.d emotions. The
story, which Is of the romantic kind,
is developed logically and evenly and
holding interest throughout to the
last heart rending scene. The play is
vv< 11 mounted and the settings both
interior and exterior deserves high
praise and is of rare photographic and |
scenic beauty. An old castle used in
this feature was built by King Christian IV over 200 years ago. It is a
fine structure and focms an appropriate setting for this picture. "Our
Mutual Girl'' is of deep interest t-
the women fclks as she reviews quit;
a number of the latest importer!
frocks. A couple of good comedies
complete a high class bill and a splendid night's entertainment. The above
bill will be repeated tonight.
Acts as Assignees,
Liquidators and Receivers
We bring: to such service a large
a thoroughly trained staff *v~& a
responsibility that no individual
Both debtors and creditors will fuul it
their mutual advantage to have
pany appointed to act for them
capacities.
PATRIOTIC  CONCERT
COM. MINING ilKhts of ihe Domllilcp   	
In   Manitoba.   Suskntclu'wu-i   and   A-bfTla  !	
tlif Vukun Territory, tha Northwest Ter 1
rttorlea and In a portion uf th* Provwot l
vi ltin,-i. Columbia, may be lf*u����'*l Tor hi
terra of lwanty*ona raara at an annua) �� i;������
rental Of fl an acre. WOt mur'- than 8,606 j'-p.ui
acrea will bo leased tu one applicant
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
I_ot  11.  Block  1  of part of T.nt  SO, ]
_   _      .   Map    1409,   In   the   DlatrlCt   of
n>w   WentmJnator.
Whr-nas proof ofjlu- Iobi of Certificate
ApLili-Mtinn   for a  le&M  iniiHt   ht.   madi i   ,  ,.���.,     ., ���    .      --i-a*����   .
 *~ _u���  A_,4>nl I -if J nie Number  47888F.   Ignied  in    d
by tbe applicant in parson to tin. Afan
t.r Sub-Affpnt i>f Lhe d 1st riot in which th.
rlffbtl  upi<lh'��l   for  aro  .situatfd.
In eurveyed territory Ute land must b*
described by sections. ����r leva! sub-dlvl
Slona of sections and in unsutveyed tec-
rltpry the tract applied for sbatl be staked
out tijf- ih** Applicant himself.
i-:.ic!i application must he accompanied
by a fee <��f $^ Which witt-bfl refunded If
the rights appl|fld for are not available.
but not Otherwise. A royalty shall b*
paid on thi' merchantable output of tlu
mine at the fate of five cents per tun.
Tlm person Operating the mine ninth
furnish the Ap nl with sworn return*
accuunthiK for the full quuntlty of mer-
Chan table coal mined und pay the roy-
ulty thereon. Ir the coal mining right*
��re not being operated*such returns should
bs furnished at   least once a year.
The lease will Include the coal mlnUtf
liul-h.   only,    but   the   lessee   Will   be   juT
mitifd t��> purchase whatever available
suaface light may be cotislderpd in.ceji-
sary for the working of the mine at the
rate of  $lo an acre,
Kor full  Information application should
be made to the Secretary of the Depart*
men I of tin* Interior, Ottawa, or to any
Ageti. or sol- Ag'Hii of Dominion Umds
W. \v. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the interior.
N.B.- Unauthorised publication of thi*
advertisement wlll not Im- puid for.
VICTORIAN  ORDER  OF  NURSES.
MISS E. D0WNHAM
Rr. id.nci'.  Room 118 McLeod Block
I'litm.  48. L,
mrtfi.nitv. SURGICAL AND
I.EDiCAi. CASES ATTENDED.
i.mi. at ESth.l   M.  A.  Vl[inn,  h:is  b,',-ii  fU-
������J   ill   '.Iiis  OfflOff.
Kotfa   Id hereby siren that I shall, nt
tha   expiration   of   ono   month   from   ths
l.ii<* of Uih first publication horoof.  In a
lally newspaper published In the City of
N< w Westminster, 1. su>- a dupljcato of the
laid  Certlfloat-.  unh-8�� in  thf  meantime
-iilnl objection be made to me In writliiK.
J.   C.   (IWYNN.
Distriot Registrar of Titles,
l-ninl Registry ufflci'.
New Westminster, B.C.,  July  "7.  1014.
t.TH'J)
ROYAL
THEATRE   ^���
TODAY
The celebrated actress, Betty
Nansen, in her greatest
dramatic triumph
PRINCESS  ELENA'S
PRISONER
four reels. A big military
rt mance of love unci war. A
.emit 1 to the famous novel
;uid play "The Prisoner of
Zenda." One of the greatest
features of the year. Full of
human emotions. Elaborate
Bettings. Gorgeous eoslumes.
Wonderful acting.
Burnaby to Raise a Fund for Famil'ee
ot Soldiers.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     A patriotic concert under the aus-
gance ruins the father, who, being injplces of the Burraby  board of trade
ll  health, succumbs to heart failure. I will be given  in the Edmonds public
With poverty staring them in the
face, the mother tak.s AgiK>s abroad,
Ilnally forcing her into a marriage
with an Australian millionaire. To
do so, the mother intercepts all letters
between Agnes und the young doctor,
with the result lhat each (eels that
the other has ceased to care.
The millionaire and his young wife,
hall  on   Friday   evening   with   bright
prospects of  it being a success.
Heeve H. M. Fraser will occupy the
chair, the prosram calling for the
attendance ol the beBt local musical
talent in the municipality and district. An address has been promised
by H. 11. Walker. The proceeds will
be turned over a.   tbe nucleus to     a
while on their howrrmoon on his I Burnaby fund which Is being raised
yacht, are shipwrecked. He is dealt in order to take care of the families
a terrible blow on the head, and it of residents who have been called to
completely destroys his memory. The'the front. A similar concert will
young wife is saved and returns to likely be held in North Burnaby in
America, while her husband is picked the near future.
Strand Cafe
Iteopened under .Management of
CARL  ALTEN.
Union Houiet.     All White Help
MILK! MILK! AND GOOD MILK
�����Mi..Cavc-Brownc-Cave
L.R.A.M., A.R.C.H.
MEMBERS OF THE INCORPORATEC
SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS.
LesmniH Id 1'iauoforto, Violin, Sing
Ing, Voice Production. Theory (id
class or privately), Harmony, Counter
point, Musical Form and History.
Pupils prepared for the examlna
tions of tbe Associated Board ot the
Royal Academy of Music and Royal
College ot Music. Also Profession*.:
Diplomas, Teacher or Performer.
For terms, etc., apply fil Duttor.n
Btreel     Phone 411 R.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 18..       Barn Phon* 137
Begble Streat.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
Any Part pf the City-
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
P.O. Bos ���' Dally Newt Bids
J. T. BURNETT'S PRINT SHOP
We are delivering, in and around
this city, Including Hurnaby and Sapperton, twenty Tints of High Standard.
Unadulterated Milk to the Dollar and
Pure  Itleh Cream at  I'.Ue.  per pfnt.
Our appreciation of your patronage
will be reflected In our regularity and
uniform   excellent  quality   of  our   de-
The ISLAND DAIRY
Phone 774 Sapperton, B.C.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Tenders for Outfall,
Sapperton Sewer No. 2.
'rh,. Corporation Invites tenders for th.
construction ul Alternative Outfalls to.
tin  Sapperton Sewer, No. -. as follows:
l.   I...rav.itin.,  in open  cut ol   tunnel,
laying   and   jointing   reinforced   concrete
!,������* '������ inches and 06 Inches tn diameter*
from !><���_. .-It stre.i to Glen Hrunk on Co.
liiinM.i Street.
.. i,'(n the construction of the Outfall
tit the Glen Hrunk sewer, consisting nf
ubout "iln fti-t nt reinforced concrete monolithic conduit,
8, Foi the construction til an outfall
through the Brunette Saw Mills properly,
consulting nr the laying of _-is Inch dlnm-
btei reinforced concrete pipes and syphon.
Further Information antl plans nnil
specifications may be obtained from ihe
Citv Eng-rieer, City Hall.
Tenders tn hi delivered to tho undersigned accompanied by a inarki-il check of
.. pt i _ ni ol the amount nf the tender
on tn before IS a. in. Friday the lilt ,ii
September,   1.14.
Tht lowesi tn any tender nol necessarily accept.d. A deposit ol $35.00 is re-
iiulml from tenderers for tho return nt
.tit plans .mil specifications, ihls amount
will !��������� returned upon the receipt of H
bona fide tender.
u    A   DUNCAN
Edison Theatre
Big Special Program
THURSDAY and FRIDAY.
Hall.
August 26th,
CltS    t'lell.
Ill 1 I
M
A BROADWAY STAR FEATURE
Produced by the Vitagraph Company of America.
The Five-part Classic,
A MILLION BID
On its Triumphant World's Tour.
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT   TAILOR.
Full stock ot latest imported Suit
Ings for summer wear. Perfect fit
and workmanship guaranteed. Prices
from $18.UU up.    7.1 Front street.
Y.W.CA.
COLUMBIA    STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Gymnasium Class. Thursday at 7.30
-winiiniug classes, Tuesdays and Pri
days, I! to 4, at Y. M. C. A. Young
Ladies' Club, Kriday at 8 p.m.
Hoarding and room rates reasonable
Meals served to ladles and gentlemen
Por particulars call  phone 1324.
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS
Court House, New Westminster,' B.C.
UERBER
tR Vidal &C0
LIMITED 7'%
mBJT��L���G       STORAGE
of all kinds
Prlcei right.   Satlifactlou guaiantea.
H McKenala IL
D. D. WILSON. Manager.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed "Ten-
del fur Court-house, New Westminster,
B.C.," will be received by the Honorable
ttie Minister of Pultlit* Works up to noon
of Tuesday, the l.th day of September.
1.14. for the erection and completion of
an addition and alterations lo tne Courthouse   nt   N,w   Westminster,   B.C.
Plans, specifications, contract and forms
of tender may be seen on and after the
_4ttl tl.'t.'  Of   AUgVISt,   1914,  nt the nfflt f
the Government Agent, New Westtnins
ler, u.C.; the Government ABent. Vancouver, B.C.; am! the Department of Pub
lie Works. Victoria, B.C. '
By application to tho undersigned, con.
tractors may obtain n c ipy of the plans
and specifications ror the sum nf ._'..
I which will be refunded on tlnlr return in
good order,
Bach proposal must be apoompaaled by
i in accepted bank cheque or certificate of
deposit on a chartered bank of Canada
made pavable to the Honorable the Min
later of Public Works, for the sum of 11
pet flit of the' amount of the tender, ]
which simll lie miT'itctl if the party ten- I
derln . decline to enter Into contracl when  I
called upon 10 no so. or ll he fall to t   "
plcte the work contracted tor,   The chet
or certificates of deposit  of unsuccessful I
tenderers \\ ill bo returned to them upon
the execution of the contracl.
Tenders wlll nol  be considered unless
made out on  the  forms  supplied, signed i
with the actual signature of the tenderer,
and enclosed  in  the envelopes furnished,
The lowest or any tender not necessar-]
liv  accepted.
J. K. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer, ]
Department  of  Public   Works,  Victoria,
ll.C.   Align..;   -1st.   1814. (-77.)
VITAGRAPH COMEDY,
Featuring John Bunny and Flora Finch in
TheVasesof Hymen
Bunny and Finch try to match each other's vases.
The only way they can do it is to make a match
themselves.  They and the vases are matched.
FEATURE COMING SATURDAY
Beautiful Kathlyn Williams writes, directs and
acts her own play.
The Leopard's foundling
Come in the afternoon and avoid the rush at the
evening performance.
Summer Race
Meeting
At Minoru Park
_______i_^.������___.________ ,~
Races Every Day
A BIG SOCIETY FEATURE
Ladies Admitted Free, except en Sataiay.
RACES RAIN OR SHINE
Admission, Including Grandstand, $1.00.
Special Train Leaves New Westminster for tiie
Course at 1:30 Every Day.
GILLEY BROS., LIMITED
PHONES^ 15 AND 16.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Goal,
Washed Gravel and the Best Concrete
Lime, Plaster, Sewer Pipe and  the
toughest crushed  rock in  the country.
Rock a specialty.
BJC-   I
tt   H.  BUCKLIN,
Pr��i ul U-M_i. IIfl.
>',"���* num.*'-..
Vlc��PrMl<-i__t
**��� *. UL INGHUN
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER OLD*
MANUFACTURCR-. Of
Hr, Cedar  and- Spruce
Phono* No. 7 and 177.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
Tu all Kastern points in Canada and I'nited Statin. Tickets ����� wale
daily until September 30th. Final return limit Octaawr Slat. 191'
Choice of route.
SAVE TIME on your En stern trip by leaving New 1. atab:   "
nt 4:35 p.m.. nnikiiij.' direct connection at Everett. Wash
ORIENTAL   LIMITED,  through   train   to  Chicago. '"Service  ~*
the best."   Visit Glacier National Park "where ttAjoxaM__st is l_aiii
at a  minimum  expense."
Tickets sold on all Trans-Atlantic lines.
F. C. MEYERS
AGENT
Passenger Station
Phone 263
Cf.lflJIlM ��
AGP-A.
SMHF, IASL  t
HAVE  YOU. EVER  THOUGHT
how strong a connection there Is between  Eyeache   and   Headache?
Eminent authorities agree that Eyestrain is the root of many nervuus
trouble*.
Remove the cause by wearing proper glasses ami the result will be better eyesight and  less headache.
The seriousness of troubles arising
from eyestrain requires expert service to combat it. That service 1 offer
you
 IRYALL'S
701  Columbia Street    (Druggist ind Optica���) Pfcogy 57 ���ace four
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1914.
EARLY CRAWFORDS
\V,.  no��    iffer  lhe  finest  fruit
t .,��� .-���   -,iii. per crate... .90c
PRESERVING   PEARS.
Per box 11.25
PRUNES  AND PLUMS
Pei crate  65c
FRUIT JAR COVERS
Mason,   Economy,   Schram   and
Golden State, per dozen 25c
Model Grocery
MATHESON �� JACObSON.
log Sixth St. Phons 1001-2.
Eait   Burnaby   Branch,   Second
St. and Fifteenth Ave.
Edmonds Branch, Gray Blk.
Phone 1111L.
Local News
Welcome a Daughter.
A daughter was born Sunday to Mr.
and    Mrs.    \V. K.   Coutts.    Eleventh
avenue. Burnaby.
Mies L. Hoe will return to New
Westminster August 31st to r.sume
her music classes ou September 1st.
13777)
Indians Will Pick Hope.
Tlie Indiana who have been working
ln the various canneries down river
are beginning to migrate. Yesterday
a carload left lor the Kraser valley
where they will join in the hop picking annually carried on around Sardis
and i hilli. uti,
The
EXECUTOR
of YOUR
Will
The executor    o(     an   estate
should      posses,      a    thorough
_.iiov.V" g.   (if  banking, real estate,   valuation   of   assets,   and
have nn  experienced    organization for its management.
That is why a trusl company
i. be.t fitted Io carry out the
lircv's'ons of your will.
.\.<me us your executor.
WINKWI-ISKR BJEOR is an excellent product. Its maker challenge comparison with any other brand on the
market because the quality Is there,
further it is made right In your own
city where every cent Is again put In |
circulation. (.'(601)
Reserve! WHI Drill.
The National Ileserves, company
No. 1. will hold a drill on the Central
school grounds at 7:30 o'clock Ihls
evening. Forty members turned out
al the lost drill and the roster is be-
ins, enlarged every day. Plans ar,- on
foot for a church parade to take place
on Sunday. September 6.
Miss Villa Hall. 517 Third avenue,
will resume her music class Monday.
August ..1st. The Kletcher music
method used for elementary grades.
(3771)
Sheriff's sale of a quantity of
household furniture (new) at 331
Knox street, Sapperton, on Thursdav,
27th inat., at 1 o'clock p.m. (3773)
Harbor Filling Progresses
Operations nf the government
dredge Kruhling were delayed somewhat yesterday on account of difficulty in moving the discharge pipes
lo the locations where the sand Is
requlrrd. The dredge has completed
the filling as far fa_t as the ('. P. N.
wharf and is keeping closely on ihe
heels of the pile driver and rock
scows.
C. A. Welsh
Limited.
Prepared
Icings
Why make your own Cake Icings
when you can buy them already
prepared'.'
No Musi!    No Fusil
When  nexl   you  Ice a cake  try
NABOB  PREPARED  ICING
In any of the following flavors:
Chocolate,   Oronge,   Strawberry,
Vanilla  or   Maple  Walnut.
Lemonade Powders
.lust Ihe thing for this warm
weather. Add water and you
have   a     first-class    sweetened
25c
lemonade,
tin   	
Per
We carry
"NABOB" or "EIFFEL
TOWER."
C. A. WELSH
Limited-
Telephones:
Main Store, 193 and  413.
sapperton Store. 373.
West Knd Store, 650.
Storei:
Main   Store,   6S1  Columbia  St.
Sapperton  Store,  317  Columbia.
West Knd Store, 1119 Sixth Ave.
Mortgages���Alfred W.
Mcl.eoH
(37_3i
Staying    with  his grandparent?.    Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Harvey, back to school
in the east
...
Hit-Imp de Penoier of the New Westminster diocese    and    of Vancouver,
was a visitor in the cliy yesterday.
Dress Goods Dept.
Now Showing New
Tartans
The
.As
These good's are all double
width aud are just the material
for the New Combination Tunic
Skirt or an early Kail Suit.
-Many different designs; 44
inches, and some extra
qualities. Per yard....
54 inches (o 50 inches, at, per
' yard
New Westminster
AND FRASER VALLEV
JN
. .���!!.. '
$1.25
TO
69c
at,  p
$1.75
NOVELTY SUITINGS AND
COATIN08.
Kor today ynu may select
from r. number of Special
Pieces of good Wool Suitings:
some, heavy enough for coats,
in plain shades, tweeds, gray
and green, purple and brown
mixtures at,
per yard  	
Basement Specials
Calvanlzed   Wash   Hollers;
��� ".acl1--.- _-'-- ����.��o an* ti.w
"I in W*_h Roller*;   '
-_____L__ -. ly? ��"<< vis
t nbp>f T-otmnr-win!. *fn��h>r.-
__ __ ,,ach        ���1.75 and 82.00
r\ ��� a Ob <ilobe   Wash   Hoards;       ��__*-
Department   btore  si ��*��<  jg
50c
$1.75
25c
TELEPHONE NO. 73.
Zinc  Board-;
Items from
the Furniture Floor
In the Basement
each
Duble
each
Folding   Ironing
Boards:   oach	
ii arm Clothes Dryers
each   	
$23.50
95c
Good Flannelette
Values Thursday
White Canton Flannel; heavy
quality, 25 inches wide.   4 E.
Per  yard      I OC
Kxtra heavy titiality White Canton Flannel. 27 In. wide. JP.
Per   yard    COC
This Flannelette at 15c per yd.
is splendid value. 33 Inches
wide; a heavy weave in plain
cream. 4 E��
Per  yard       15IG
Colored Striped Flannelettes in
various colors; a pure finish.
28 inches wide. 4 f\g^
Per  yard      I UC
Fine   French   Flannel    for    infants'   use;    cream:      will   not
shrink;   30  in   wide.
Per   yard   	
Slip Seat Dining Chairs. Kxtra
Special
Price  	
Set of six Dining Chairs; five
small and one arm; solid oak;
turned finish; slip seats, covered with genuine (44 Cfl
leathei.  Price 9_aWiOU
Set of Six Dining Chairs, $18.50
Consisting of flvt, side and one
arm; solid oak; golden or turned finish; leather pad seata.
Special
Price   	
Set of Six Dining Chairs, $11.75
Surffaced golden oak or Early
Knglish finish; solid seats;
nice designs.
$18.50
$11.75
69c
Price  	
A good style of Rockers in golden oak or mahogany, with
roomy roll seats; suitable for
the best room in your home.
Splendid value
at   	
Brass Bed Complete, $19.65.
Full sized Bed, with 2-inch side
posts and  neat  fillings;   woven
wire springs, and an all felt mattress. This value    #4Q  mt*
is extra special.. *7 ' w.Ow
$4.65
$20.00 Dinner Sets for $12.50.
97-plece Semi Porcelain Dinner Sets in neat floral and conventional decorations that will
give excellent service.
White Porcelain Cups and
Saucers in the popular Kermis
shape     Keg.  15c.
For,   eac'j   	
Bean   Pots  at  these   prices  are
exceptional value:
1 quart  size,.
each   	
2-quart   size.
each	
1  gallon.
each   	
l\i  gallon,
each   	
8-Inch   (ilass   Berry   Howls,
Colonial  shape.  Special
each   	
8-inch  prescut Glass
Bowls.     Kach   	
4-lnoli   present   (ilass
to match.
Per   dozen   	
Galvanized     straight
12-quart,
each   	
1 .quart,
each    	
1 .-quart,
each    	
7ic
IceB  are
35c
50c
65c
85c
wis.    in
25c
35c
Nappies
75c
Pails
30c
40c
50c
Seasonable Items
from the
Ready-to-Wear
We have Juit received n shipment of Corsets; good lines
and very strong and durable:
short, and long. These are being offered **?___. OE___
tor               lOC and 50C
We are also showing a itrong
B, and T. Corset; adjustable A
great comfort and specially
priced
at  	
Tile new Coat Sweaters have
arrived. They are the new cutaway styles, with band and buttons at back; all the popular
iiades In both silk and wool;
i.tnging from
$2.50
$2.25 to $6.50
Time For Curtain
Hangings and
Draperies
C ty Dredge on the Job.
The city owned dredge John A
After -pending a   few
has been brought up stream  in order' Ocean   Park.   Mrs.   .1.   B.
weeks    at
Cross  and
to assist in unloading the rock scows
and dumping the material back of the
piling along the harbor front. The
dredge will he kept up river for two
or three days assisting In such work
as the Fruhling Is found sufficient to
meet all requirements in filling In
sand inside the piling.
family  have  returned  to  the city.
Wedding Bells
BROUGHTON���SIMPSON.
Briquettes, Briquettes, cheaper Can
coal. Harry Davis & Co.. 'Phones
880 and  -111.. (37-6)
The  Fraser   Kerry   Navigation  company's  ferry  No.  1  ia open  for charter   to   excursions   and   picnics.    For
I further   Information   apply     to
j Patch, telephone 164. (5
Ed.; antl
'251
A pretty hut quiet wedding look
place In North Vancouver on Monday
evening when Miss Florence Brough-
ton became the bride of Color Sergeant F. J. Simpson, of the 104th regiment of, this city. The ceremony waa
performed In St. Agnes church in the
presence of a few intimate triends
relatives. Miss Vera Broughton,
sister of tbe bride, performed the
duties of bridesmaid, while Sergeant
Thompson, of the loeal regiment, acted as best man Owing to the regt
mobilization, only
Colonel  Taylor  Arrives Today.
Colonel  .1.   1)   Taylor,  M.I*.,   Is    ex
pected home from Ottawa today where ' ment   being  und
he has been attending the special ses-1 three days leave could be obtained by
sion of parliament called for the pur- tbe groom.   He reported for duty yes-i
nose of passing  measures  in  connec- i terday afternoon.
tion   with  the  present  war.    Colonel |	
Taylor will probably assume command j OBITUARY.
of-the local regiment, at present sta-. 	
Uonedon  Vancouver island, of which j     ilAM.ON-Word was    received    in
Major Coote Is acting commander.        tht. cjtv vestprdav of tm. death of j
TT7~    , ��� Ilanlon,  father of Mrs. A.  I).  McRae,
.on set the    full    value    of    your , ,-,��� As|) ,tnmt  whldl ������_,-_ at the
SS?-_?__in_,_?_.nry    SilSS   ,        ^'^f  home of his eldest daughter, Mrs.  I
WEISER BEER you buy. It is health- |A
20 ends of Tapestries and Mercerized Kepps, in shades of red,
olive, tan, gray. In self-colois
and two-tone effects. The latest designs for fall draperies.
Values  to $1.50 yd.
Thursday,   per  yd.
Electrical Department News
The time wil lsoon tfi here when your evenings will be spent '.I
doors. Then you will find you would like a new Kleetric Tahle
Lamp. We have them In various styles and finishes. 4*t* CA
Ip  from    9wi9U
Nothing adds to the attractiveness of a  room as much as an artistic
chandelier or portable- lamp.
$1.00
$1.00
Lace Curtains
Dur   Adjustable   Lamps   aro   the   handliest   light   procurabl
desk or plant) and for reading and sewing by. These are
only, each  	
Use one once and you will always use it.
$3.50
Nottingham l.ace; contains ef-
fectlve designs; 3 yards long.
Thursday,
per pair  	
$1.25
Art Sateens
Art  Sateens    In    dainty  chintz
designs:    various   choice   colorings; 30 inches wide.
Per yard 	
25c
SHOP IN NEW WESTMINSTER
^ �� Limited
AND SHOP AT McALLISTERS.
TO
Sea our    tahle    of    Children's
Sweaters; all styles, sizes and
colors. These include the lit-
tie Buster Brown Sweaters lfl
navy and red, and brass buttons. Prices up
from  	
Ask to see our Aprons We
have a good line of Allovers, Including a line or black satin, in
all colors and prices.
We have a few serviceable
Junior Utility Dresses left. Thi\v
make splendid school dresses
and save washing.
Prices me   mm
from ��P I a___0  I'I'
From the Wash
Goods Department
Thursday
Colored Cotton Poplins with
silk finished appearance in old
rose, green, gray, cream and
black.
Per yard
Fancy Dress Duck ln navy blue
grounds, with figured design;
.7 inches wide
I'er yard  	
Hroderlck        Ginghams        for
Aprons;     88   inches   wide:     in
fawn and  pale blue
Per yard  	
I ful, nourishing and  satisfying.    Send
for a case today from your dealer, or
[ phone 75 I.. (3601)
Dominion
Trust
Comp
any.
The I
erpetual Trustee.
Ferguson. Vancouver. Wash. Ile-
(ceased was 88 years of age and waa
I visiting In Washing.! :i state at the
i time of his death.
t       .   | in 1      BOWMAN   ��� Arrangements    were
__>ocial anu   HersonaLr,j"",'Pti'fl y,jf,,>r'laj i,r th<> bur;a| nf
-~ .���... ...... ��������� (the lute Mrs. Carl XV. Bowman, which
D. O. McPhail of this city is regis-  will  take  place  this afternoon   from
lered at the Strathcona, Victoria. I the     family     residence.     725     Koyal
avenue. Deceased died In Kamloops
.1.   It.   Hoy,   formerly   resident  engl-   on   Monday.     Hev.   Dr.   Crosby     will
noer In this city, has returned to the   officiate   al   the   services,   Interment
coast  to  take his  son.  who  has  heen   being In the I   0. O   F. cemetery
others so thai the show has really
Buffered nothing because of the war.
II will be a liberal education to
walk through the industrial building
during fair tlnn s, A trip through the
aisles and passages in that big structure will reve.il some idea of the
wonderful expansion and growth
which Uritisli Columbia's manufacturing enterprises have enjoyed even in
1913, the yeai which most people
choose to think of as a calamity
year.
I
Vancouver manufacturing men  will
make splendid    displays    there    ami : ed up as prisoners of war
their own  exhibits    will    be    supple-1
uifnted   by  others   from   points   more I
or  less   farther  away   from   the    rx- I
hlbition grounds
hopes    of  boarding    a    stoamer    for   cording to my information, was made  overwrought    feelings.    Them    were
Kurope.   One man brought in by Pro-  on the streets of Victoria on the same  some   wet   laces  among   the   women-
rincial Constable   Hlbben   yesterday, j occasion.    This same attitude,  which   folk as their sons or husbands bade
when searched was found to have $123 : may be described as one of quiet, al-   them goodby. no outbursts of grief, a
concealed in his shoes.   According to t most grim, determination and  inl'lexi- j calm firmness of spirit was evidenced
the authorities  there  are  scores    of  hie  trust  In  the  soundness of (Ireat | all along the line."
men on this side of the international j Britain's  position, wa.s  maintained  up      One of  the  most  visible  effects   In
boundary who are attempting to pass j to  the   time   I   If 11,  and   undoubtedly ; Kngland  of the war  was  the paucity
tile  authorities.    The   wtods  in     the j still prevails.    Even after war was de-!of men on the" farms and in the grain
vicinity of White flock appear to    be. dared  nnd  the soldiers  were  muster-1 fields.    The. places of the vasl  major-
the  favorite  haunts  where  they   stay I ing and  marching on board the trans-   ity  of  them   had   been   taken   by   the
until the chances look rood for them | ports, there was no manifestations ofi women,
to cross the line.    No charge is laid i ___mmm������i^���������������������������,������__-���________���������������������__________________________
against these ttien. as they were pick-i   " * '"        	
WAR  FAILS TO STOP
VANCOUVER EXHIBITION
New Wcstniinstti
Branch.
C. 8
106   Columbia   Street.
KEiTH,  Mjrjyer,
War and the prospects of    a    long
drawn out   Btruggle    with    tbe    war] 	
lords of Europe do not seem to cool
the ardor of British Columbia's manu ' Two More AUe
Facturera to make  display and adver '
Use as  mans  ol  theli   goods as I  GJ
MORE RESERVISTS
ARE UNDER ARREST
TENDERS CAllED EOR
SAPPERTON SEWER!
CANADIAN WHEAT
ElA
$1.00.
KRINKlf CC. N HAKES
Three   for   25;.
possibly can.
One of the di partment- of e>    bits
at  tba  forthcoming  exhibition
in id   in   Vancouvei   September   ;   ti
St ptern bei   12, a    of the  in ml
important dt p.n it... nl -   Is the 'iti ai ���
ment   ol   Hi Itlsh   Columb a   manufai
lurers' exhibits
Those exhibit i ��111 h'  i .erj  bll at
when I numerous, as large nnl .i.  Lntere l  ��� ���
as those of last year and in addition
'to the manj displays made last yeai
I several  new    Industries    with    their
1 products will be exhibited
Right at the Marl of hostilities, the
; hostilities In Kurope are referred l.t
i because all is peace, quiet and hustle
I in the exhibition offices, three manu-
j facturers cancelled their proposed ex-
I hibits iii the big industrial building al
I the Vancouver exhibition
Antl   Just about  twenty tour    hours
after thev announced their determine,
L.  Bouck.   Prin.  tion nol to show Ihls year these three
exhibits    were      replaced      by    three
ACTUAL- OFFICE- PR ACTICE
-  V .en  everj   pupil   who  takes  our
inmerclal course,    In t'.;i* way they
proficient  In all branches of
fict    ��t.rk   and   are   never   ner. oul
u lertaln as to iheir diule
'hi..  ������:.<.������:  the business world.
FALL   TERM   STARTED   AT
THEMODERN
BUSINESS
SCHOOL
Counter   Block.      A.
Phone 853.
Fighters  Placed
Custody   Vctcrclay   When   At
tempting  to Cross Line
in
Bids  Must  Be  in  the  Hands of Civic
Author ties- by  Friday  Noon  of
Next  Week.
Before anotht
pro. im ..ii      i
bear all  the  n
v   ck
if
tary prison, sr
(Ierman and Ai
i nu..
Two more wi i ��� added to the roster
yeBterday, both being caught at White
Rock attempting to work their way
into Hie United Slate., where they
would entrain ft r New  Vork In    the
I     Following  action   taken  at   Monday
night's   council   meeting.   City   Clerk
j Brown yesterday morning advertised
tor   new   tenders   for     the     Sapperton
out the sewer This was oaused by the pro-
Elghth street will | P<>s:il of I.. A. Lewis, of the Brunette
Sawmills company, to divert the main
trunk along Columbia Btreet instead
of going through the company's property.
The tinders must be In the handi
ot the civic authorities accompanied
by the usual eertliyrd check before
noon of Friday, September 4. It Is
expected that the bi ard of works will
consider the bids a the meeting to
be hi Id Monday al'tlrnc.on. September
7. so that a i op nit! can be made to
the council  that sar.Ve evening
t iiihlance of a mili-
ul ! the capture of
trian   reservists con-
PRESERVING PEACHES
90c Per Cratt-
fTltW-CTIOM
IS OUR   AIM.
's Grocery
PtiMia M6.
*V��lumbl.    Hlrri.1
Read - The ��� News
SHOOTING STARTS
SEPTEMBER  1st
Sr.    i ur  stock   01
.. .n.: equlpmi at,
CUNS.  AMMUNITION  AND COATS
V.E  HAVE THE  CEST.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
LIMITED
Columbia Street
New Westminster.
OTHERS HAVE BEEN
CURED
WHY NOT YOU ?
Cameron's
Asthma Cure
never fails lo
-tinate cases i
most ob-
ASTHMA  AND
BRONCHITIS.
Price $2.00  Per  Bottle.
I'or .'sale  by   i
F. T. HILL
DrugQlsl
New  Westnlnst-r.  B.  C.
r sent dinri charges prepaid.
O.   A.  CAMERON   _  Co.,
Whits  Front  Or. g Store.
Owen  S.und. Ont.
;La.:ds Loyalty of
Welsh Miners
(Con'"ued From Tage One.)
' i ��
I (Ireat   Hritain   declared   war    against
(Jermiwiy and also on  the Sunday oi
I the two .ahinet meetings at which was
formulated  the  ultimatum  issued  io
, 'he German empire    "Tiiat Sunday,"
hie said, "will be writ large In history,
i Never before  has  so  pressing a   eon-
l tingency arisen as  to make necessary
la  Sunday  session     The day  was one
|of    intense,     suppressed     excitement
among the millions of London's iuhah-j
Itants.    Rvorythlng  else   was   forgotten   in   the  anxiety  of  awaiting   the
decision  of the  minister?,    end    yet
there  was  no  sign  of  misgiving,  nor
were  there  demonstrations    of    any
kind.
Everyone  Impressed.
The gravit.v   of  the  situation   seem-1
ed to have impressed itself upon young|
and   old   alike,   and   in   all   the   dense
multitude    thai    thronged    Downing
street ami prevented access to the
parliament buildings for blocks and
blocks, there was less noise than, ac-
A wheat breeding
farm is a feature of
an agricultural college in
Kansas which conducts a milling
. school.
Here in Vancouver the "acid test" is being daily
upplled to every gram of wheat that enters into
ItoVAI. STANDARD .'LOUR. The grain is tested.
lbe flour it makes is tested and then comes the
most practical test of all    bread baking.
Ask yo.u grocer for absolutely uniform, laboratory  tested
ROYAL STANDARD
FLOUR
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A Holiday At the Seaside
May Yet Be Enjoyed	
If you have not had one yet write lo the WHITE ROCK TOWNSITK
MANAGER for rents oi camps and summer collages. Towards the
end of Ihe season rents are cheaper, the water warmer and Ihe seaside  moro enjoyable.
WHITE   ROCK,  B.  C.
"The  Playground  of  British  Columbia."

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