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Twenty acres of good land near
Chilliwack. Ssvsn roomed modern
house (new), seven acres In fruit.
82000 cash. Price 87000. Balance
over three years.
WHITE, SHILES 4. CO.
VOLUME C, NUMBER lfiO.
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ff    Fifty lots In the weet end ef tha
city.    nUw    B. C.    Electric    cut-off
runs tjpough this property; streets
up.    Prices from 8400 up;
easy payments.
WHITE, SHILES A CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  WEDNESDAY  MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
POTATO KING HERE
Aschel Smith Announces His
Plans.
STARTS TO COLLECT EXHIBIT
Will Travel Whole Province to  Pick
the Best Potatoes for Madison
Square Show.
ERUPTION OF ETNA
NOW SEEMS ASSURED
Lava Is Pouring Down the Mountain's
Side���Three New Craters Opened
���Villager Flee.
AUTO ASSOCIATION CHILLIWACK SHOW
Holds  Meeting  to Complete
Details.
Aschel Smith, the "potato king" of
Delta, was In the city lust night pre- \
paratory to setting out on a trip over |
the province for the purpose of col-
lectlng the  provincial    governments |
exhibit for the big national exhibition
to be held In Madison Square    Oar- |
dens, New York.   Mr. Smith, who has :
for some years won    many    or    the;
prizes for potatoes at the provincial
exhibition In this city, Is recognized
ns a specialist In his line, and    the
provincial government appointed him
to go to every point in the province
that is noted for potato growing, and
to make the necessary selections. All
told,   be   expects   to   collect   between
seventy and eighty species of spuds,
making a shipment of about half a car
load  when  the exhibit Is sent off  to
New York In the course of a month's
time.
This Is the first time that the province bas undertaken to send an exhibit to an exhibition outside of Canada and no expense or trouble Is to be
���pared to make It as near perfect as
possible. Tho grand trophy offered
for the best exhibit of potatoes is
worth 11000, but the publicity which
will result lf British Columbia wins
would  he worth  Infinitely  more.
The idea of sen ling the exhibit originated with the local board of trade
which wrote to the government asking that an exhibit repres, ntlng the
Fraser Valley bo sent. The government was heartily In sympathy with
the scheme, but enlarged It to Include
the whole of the province.
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Catania, Italy, Sept. 12.���-
The crest of Mount Etna now
presents a terrifying spectacle.
Heavy smoke lies over It, and
frequent brilliant flashes are
from time to time belched
forth. There is a continuous
rumbling like the firing of
heavy artillery. A stream of
lava over 1000 feet wide and
four feet deep is pouring down
tba slope. The peasants have
all fled from their homes in
terror, fearing u repetition of
tbc Messina disaster.
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THE  QUESTION OF ROADS
Election of Officers���Committees Appointed���Emblem    Chosen���To
Attend Blaine Mardi Gras.
B. C.  E.
R.  COMPANY'S
POWER   FOR   BLAINE
Buy Site for Station at Cost of   $20,-
000���Will    Extend   Trolley.
Seattle,   Sept.   12.���Cl.   II.   Wesloott.
of Hlnlne.  yesterdaj" dosed  a deal  for
an   ��<r<>   nt   limd   al   the   International
boundarv   Iln*-,   w*ere   the   Hiitlsli   Co-
'lumbia    Electric    Railway    Company,
Ltd. will at once build  a large electric   station   to   commence   the   sale
'of    electric   power    to   the    city   of
Blaine. ,       ,,
This company, which controls ail
elctrlc railroads and power lines in
British Columbia, has built three power lines to the International boundary
and proposes to sell power at a rate
of 2 cents per kilowatt.
Blaine Has Light Plant.
Blaine now lias a municipal plant
which gives a lighting service only
and the new arrangement will give
the city Its first  electric power.
The company has selected an acre
at the intersection of the Paciflc
highway and the boundary. It will in-
\est in the neighborhood of $2u,000
ln a concrete station and equipment.
This company bas now a railway
line within seven miles of Blaine. It
proposes to extend that line to Blaine
as qulcklv as the Nooksock Valley
Traction company builds its proposed
Interurban from Belllngham to Blaine
aud tbence to Sumas via Lynden.
Line Is Practically Assured.
Tbis line is practically assure 1 of
early construction, since .1. Edward
Waller, the London civil engineer
sent out by the British underwriters,
bas reported favorably on tbe project
ard the contracts are now being arranged.
In the meantime the Dominion government has given the British Columbia company license to export 10,-
000 electric horsepower and tho power
st;ttion will be supplying Blaine by
.lanuary 1
Coquitlam
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Catania, Sicily, Sept. 12���The
eruption of Mount Etna has become
more Intense. The showers of ashes
and cinders are heavier than yesterday and tbe rumbling of earth shocks
at short Intervals is heard for miles.
The shocks are growing in violence
and a panic prevails. The fear of
the people ls augmented by the great
heat and suffocating atmosphere. All
tho country round about is covered
with ashes and seems under a pall.
It is reported that three new craters
have opened. A thick smoke lies
over them.
People of the villages on the slopes
of Mount Etna have abandoned their
homes. Several bouses have been
damaged by earthquakes. At Oiarre.
sixteen miles from Catania, the na-
tients were carried out of a hospital
by nurses who feared the building
would collapse.
A new fissure has opened above
l.lnguaglossa, which lies at the root
of Mount Ktna, and brilliant flushes
aro seen. Lava Is now descending
and threatouts the villages.
Sixteen new tisBures have opened
ami from the two nearest tbe base ot
the volcano a great Btreum of lava
Issues. It is moving at the rate of
1250 feet an hour and today bad
covered seveial nii!e3 toward I.in::uag-
I ossa
The residents of that city are panic
stricken and liave deserted the town.
Karth shock* continue. The river of
lava has Invmleil the old forests of
larch and pine and ajipeurs to he
ahout to destroy the beautiful vino-
ynrrts nnd nut woods. It Is expactM
soon to reach tbe railway line connecting Mount   Ktsu with Catania.
SMOKING CONCERT
Given by Federal L abor Union No.13197.
SWEET SINGERS WARBLING
Fine  Large Ca'abash   Pipe   Presented
to the Rezke In Embryo���Huge
Success.
Vancouver
practically
The   power  comes  from
lake    thirty    miles    from
and    thc   company   has
an unlimited supply.
High School Literary Society.
Yestordav afternoon the students of
the Itoval City High School held the
first ineeting of the literary society
for this year, and organized themselves to carry on the literary and social work in connection with the
scliool for the coming winter. Owing
to the retirement of Arthur Creighton
from the editorship of the high school
magazine, the Pharos, the position
was filled by the election of Don H.
Huggard.
In the literary society the following will be the office bearers for the
coming year:
Hon. pres., Judge Howay. president, J. Roy. Vlce-presiient. Mlss F.
Brvce; secretary-treasurer, Edwin Tt.
C. Meredith; literary committee,
Miss Jessie Allen, Roland Gilley and
Hoss Lane; social committee. Misses
Eileen Gilley, Edith Doree and E.
Cocer.
The Westminster Automobile asso
elation held a meeting In Cunningham hall last night for the purpose
of completing the organization work
and discussing the auto roads question. Most of the evening was taken
up with the latter matter an I It was
decided to appoint a committee composed of Alderman Lynch and Sheriff Armstrong to approach the local
board of trade to get them to act In
conjunction with the Vancouver and
Victoria hoards of trade with a view
to persuading the provincial government to send a road expert to this
district for the purpose of lecturing
to the farmers of the mainland muni
cipiilitles on the question of road
building, it was felt that great Improvement could be accomplished In
that direction.
In addition to the offlcinl board of
the association the following officers
were elected last night.
First vice-president, W. J. Kerr;
second vice-president. Aid. Lynch;
directors. Dr. Uothwell, T. J. Armstrong, J. B. Jardine and Tom Freeman; membership committee, W. C.
J. I.eetch, Bert Gilley and C. A.
Welsh.
Tho emblem chosen by the dub
was similar to that used by the Vancouver and Victoria clubs. It will
have In a ldltion, however, an Inscrip-
t'on reading "Westminster Automo
bile Association" and of course a
large salmon. The banners have
been ordered and may soon be seen
attached to the local autos.
A t( legram was read from the automobile association at Blaine inviting
the club to attend their Murdi gras
festival to be held on .September 23.
The club decide I to accept the Invl
ration and make the trip provided
that weather conditions aro favorably.
It whs reported nf the matins
thnt sIrhs had heen put up along: the
Pnclfl,- Highway from Hlaine fo Vancouver for the benefit of tourists. It
was decided to petition tbe government to make passing places n quarter of a mile apatt on the Yale road
in the vicinity of the green timber
belt, tbis being necessary on account
of the narow roads there.
It was also lecided that at some
future time a meeting of the B, C.
Auto clubs should be hell ln Westminster for tlie purpose of drafting
an appeal to the provincial government to get them to take up the work
of completing the Canadian Highway
from the Pacific Highway to Hope
mountain. Okanagan and tlience
south again to the Pacific Highway.
The club now has a membership
of over thirty and there is promise
of a substantial increase as there
are about seventy-five auto owners
in the city and vicinity who should
Join the association.
To be Held on 20th and 2let
of this Month.
RACES TO BE A BIG FEATURE
The Thirty ninth Year���To Be an Exhibition Which Will Appeal to
All  Farmers.
REPLY OF FRANCE IS
READY FOR GERMANY
FIRE CHIEFS MEET
It   Is   Rumored   thatLatter's  Demand
Will Not Be Granted���France's
Note   Firm.
The Chilliwack Agricultural society-
will hold Its thirty-ninth annual exhibition on September 20 and 21, and
If it is permissible to Judge by the
program the show will be one of the
best ever held on the coast. It ls the
proud boast of the management that
the Chilliwack exhibition ls the only
real agricultural show In the province as It Is a true farmers' show in
every sense of the expression. Another fact which is very well worthy
of emphasis Is that the coming show
marks the thirty-ninth year of the
society's existence and this of itself
should be a voucher for the worth of
Its work.
The program of this year's events
Is very comprehensive and Includes
agricultural displays, Btock parades,
exhibits of fruit and flowers, a lacrosse match between Chilliwack and
Westminster, children's sports and
races. There will also he at all times
good music by selected bands. The
grand evening entertainments at the
opera bouse on both nights of the
show will be under the auspices of
the society.
To accommodate the crowds which
are expected to attend special trains
and errs will be run from Vancouver
and  Westminster  at  excursion  rates.
The races are to be the great feature of the two days show, and they
are of such Importance that the whole
program  is appended:
Program of Races.
First day. 2 p.m.���
1. 2.1 ti trot or pace, one mile
heats, '.', in 6   $150
2. Half mile running race. open,
poney 14.2 hands or under, half mlle
lien ts.   S   In   :t  $f>0
3. Half mlle running: race, open
2   In   3    *��0
4. 2.10 trot or pace, named, one
mile   heals,   S   in   r,    f75
5. One mile running race, open $"t*
i*     Stake   race     $10  and   $B
Second  day,  % p.m.���
1.    2.tr> trot  or 2.10 pace, one mil"
heats,  3  In   6 $125
Five-eights mile running    race,
open   $50
3. Free-for-all   trot   or   pace,     one
mile heats,  3  in  5 $200
4. One mile running race, open $75
5. Girls' race (entrance free), half
mile heats. 2 in 3 $10 an:l $3
ti. Klootchman's race, half mile
heats. 2 In 3    $10 and $5
Paris, Sept. 12.���A momentous meeting of the cabinet was
beld here this afternoon to
consider France's reply to
Germany's counter proposals
ln connection with the Moroccan negotiations. The meeting
lasted three hours. The ministers refused to make the
proceedings public, but It Is
said that the reply Ib no less
explicit than Germany's proposals.
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Come From All Parts of U.SL
and Canada.
HOLDING   DAILY  SESSIONS
All Seem to Favor Auto Driven Trucks
���Election of Officers���Banquet
Thursday.
Thc Pacific Coast Association of
Flre Chiefs and the British Columbia
Flre Chiefs' association have alnoe
Monday boen holding their convention In Vancouver under the presidency of Chief McCann, of Stockton.
Cal. Nearly seventy delegates are
present, coming from all the coast
cities. The president's annual address was read by the secretary. It
dealt largely with matters relating to
the welfare of the order, and contained suggestions for stimulating
the Interest ln the association. A
committee of three was appointed to
select topics of discussion for next
year's convention, and to assign these
topics to members to carry on research work on the various matters,
of interest.
The fire chiefs were formally welcomed to the city of Vancouver In aa
address delivered by Acting Mayor
Ramsay, which    was    replied    to by
Paris, Sept. 12.���France's reply to
Germany's counter proposals in tho
Moroccan negotiations has been written and will be laid before the French
cabinet today for approval. The task
of drawing up the reply proved to be
simpler than at flrst expected, doubtless because the German (Ionian is
were such as could not be accepted In
any part by France.
lt ls Eald that the reply, while written ln a spirit of conciliation, Is absolutely flrm with regard to the position Fiance has assumed concerning
negotiations with Germany. from
which France will not depart a hair's I Chief    Davis,    of    Victoria.      Chief
breadth.
Berlin Is Waiting.
Berlin, 8ept. 12.���No further developments ln the Moroccan affair are
expected here, pending receipt of
France's reply to the German note.
The French ambassador. M. Cambon,
Is tn Dresden with hls family, awaiting the next move by his government.
Two are Missing.
The report comes from the Gulf of
Coofgla Cannery that a fisherman by
the name of  B.   H.  Callahan,  fishing
tinder license  number 1626 has  been
missing since Labor Day. He, togeth
er   with  his  son,  ���   amall   boy,   were
fishing  with one of the rauner.v boats
Tbe   boat  is  marked   K.   C.   1526.
NEWS   OF   CENSUS.
Adjourned Meeting.
The adjourned meeting of the
board of control of the R. A. & I,
society was held in the offices of Re-
tlrlng Manager. W. 11 Keary yesterday afternoon, but owing to the arrangements for the impending visit
of the lacrosse team train the east
not being definitely fixed, it waa impossible to move further regarding
tlie special attraction at the fair during the exhibition week. Many of
the smaller matters were discussed
and settled so that advancement was
reported. A meeting ot the board and
ihe city directors will be held on
Friday evening In the board of trade
lands full In ruling I room at eight o'clock, when it ia
hoped to forge ahead and get everything Into running order.
Those responsible for the opening
smoking concert and get-together
meeting oT the Federal Labor I'nion
Xo 13107. held last night, are to be
congratulated on the manner in
which the pleasant evening was pass
id. A novelty was introduced into
tbe proceedings by tbe giving of a
silver mounted calabash pire to be
won by the best amateur linger, As
a result of this announcement those
nrescnt ln the spacious Kaglrs hall
had practically live hours unalloyed
enjoyment. Councillor 11. A. Adlcins.
of Coquitlam, who was voted to th
chair,  had   his
his large audience, Although the
competition did not commence until
after eleven o'clock the tlcketliolders
sat tightly iu their places waiting
and watching for the appearance of
building Carusos tind  FolleH.
The list Included half a dozen
warblers who let their voices go,
literally as well as figuratively, one
of the competitors permitting hls to
go so far that he pulled up In the
second lap or stanza and forgot the
necessary words, although the tune
sounded O. K. "Jeruselem," "Annie
Laurie," "Hoys of the Old Brigade,"
"While London Sleeps," "Silver Hair."
and "My Mary," were more or lesa
severely handle! and maltreated.
Owing to the fact that some of the
singers were aljudged professionals,
just why no one seemed to rightly
know, those who were asked to make
the award spent several minutes
wrangling aud hair-splitting in the
search for the sons bird who ln their
joint opinion was entitled to the
trize. After a silence which could
have been almosl seen through the
smoke, supplied to all patrons free of
charge, it was decided that Mr. Mc
Churchie held the best claim, hla
rendition being about the poor resi-
ilenta of London l Kngland) who were
forced to sleep tinier the canopy of
heaven night after night, the while
those   In   better   circumstances   were
GOVERNOR GENERAL
WAS ROTTEN-EGGED
Missing School Teacher Found.
Winnipeg, Sept. 12.���The mounted
police late tonight discovered Gladys
Price, the missing school teacher of
Riverrtale. Southern Manitoba. She
was In a hysterica! condition and told
how a traiiin had taken her from Ihe
school bouse air! had dragged her
to a lonely gulch after a terrific having the time of their respective
struggle.    There  he  had   mistreated   Uvea.    Tho song waa an old one and
her  and  had  kept  her  prisoner  for i 	
thirty-four hours. (Continued on Page Five.)     . ,
When the Conservatives Went Farther
Than  Reciprocity  and  Wanted
Annexation.
Next
Will   Issue   Estimate   Bulletin
Week.
Ottawa, Sept. 12.���Steps are being
taken by the census branch this week
to collect the last outstanding information as to the population of Canada, and when it is in, the first official bulletin will be issued. When
the census was taken it was found
tbat. in cities and towns there were
many vacant houses, lt was deemed
advisable to wait until September
when the holiday season waa over, to
collect this information and it is being done this week. An official announcement as to population of the
Dominion may be looked for not later
than next week.
New   Kngland   In.
Vancouver,   Sept.   li'.���With   170,000
pottflds of halibut, the fishing steadier
New Kngland arrived from the banks
yesterday,
ESTIMATE OF PACK
Canner   Gives   H13 Opinion
for B.C.
Auto Ran Into Theatre.
Vancouver, Sept. 12.���Shortly after
ten o'clock last night an automobile
driven by Mr. A. K. Clarke, of 1973
Seventh avenue west skidded as it
was going we��f on Hastings street,
between Abbott nnd Carrall streets,
and careened into the sidewalk. A
lamp standard in frcnt of a moving
picture theatre was broken off and
the auto crossed the si lewalk, breaking a mirror In the theatre entrance
No one was injured.
FLYER FOWLER FALLS:
MACHINE IS SMASHED
Comes to Grief at Alta as He Rises
to Cross Sierras���Unhurt.
FIGURED  750,000   CASES
Sockeye  Pack of the  Fraser Is Less
Than  Half That of  Last
Year.
Tbe pack of all kinds of salmon in
Britisli Columbia this season will fall
not far short of 750,000 cases. This
is the opinion of a canner largely in-
McAvoy, of Tacoma, and Chief Foster,
of Astoria, expressed the pleasure of
the convention that It should be In
session ln Vancouver.
The election ot officers resulted aa
follows:
Local committees' tor the convention-.
Credentials ��� 3. E. Shrewsbury.
Long Beach, Cal.; Robert McKay.
Kamloops-, C. J. Warren, Arlington,
Wash.
Auditing���John Parkin. Nanaimo-.
W. A. Taro. Everett Wash.; E. B.
Havmonl, Olympia, Wash.
Exhibits���F. II. Kellv, Wallace.
Idaho: William Me'z. Walla Walla.
Wash.; J. ll. Watson, New Westminster.
Resolutions���George McAlevy.    T*>
coma;   C. E. Foster. Aetorla.  On*.; A.
H.   Myera.  Spokane.   Waah.
From 'statements   mad**  during-  tf****-
dlacuaalon   on   flre   righting  mpoertsttrm
It mil ahowp that nearly all rbe cotsmt.
cltlea   are   adopting   auto    mirks    aia
the safest and best all round vehfefe
for  rapid  work.    It   wjs  shown   tbat
the auto truck could get to a  fire ftl
half the time of a horse drawn  carriage and could be taken into places
where the ol! fashioned engine would
not dare to   penetrate.   "Any   city.'"
declared Chief Havmond, of Olympia,
"refraining from the purchase of aut:��
apparatus on the plea that  it   would
not go through mud is positively  in
error."    Many  of the chiefs preaent
told   their   experiences   in   regard   to
motor pro' e'led trucPs and described
the motho.'s which Bhould be adopted
in taking corners without skidding. It
waa shown bv    the   discussion   that
ordinary touring car chauffeurs were
of little use in handling fire apparatus
autos. A discinlined fire-fighter should
be taught to drive the trucks in place
of  taking  on  a  chauffeur  who  was
not accustomed to flre fighting.
Sesaiona of tbe flre chiefs will continue to be held each morning and
afternoon In the Odd Fellows' hall.
Pender street, until Thtiraday, when
the convention will wind up with a.
banquet In the evening.
Disgraceful Condition of Street.
Kvery year, according to Mr. Ryall-
when the rainy season starts there Is
a washout down  Lawn stieet, which
terested tn the industry on the Fraser
river and in the northern part of the
'irovince.  as  expressed   ln   an   inter- j carries with it a large amount ol dirt
view today.    It  is estimate! that the  and  mud  to the front    of the    drug
total  pack of sockeye on the Fraser | store at    the    corner    of
river and  in  the north approximates
Montreal, April 25, 1849.���About
six o'clock when Barl Elgin, governor
general, left for home and entered
his carriage he was attacked hy a
mob armed chiefly with rotten egga.
The noble earl got one of these eg.-s
in the face, and his horses, carriage
and footman were likewise decorated.
Mud and stones, too, were thrown at
him and after hlm.
Later, 8 p.m. Conservatives are
holding a mass meeting. It was
largely attended, the mob which com-
poaed it rushed directly from th��
meeting place to the parliament,
where a night aession was being held
Somebody picked up a stone and
threw It through one of the windows.
Hia example proved contagious, an!
within a few seconds the windows of
(Continued on Page Five.)
Alta. Cal., Sept. IS.���While flying
over this place today at a considerable elevation. Robert G. Fowler, the
aviator who ia attempting a flight
across the continent, fell to the
ground His machine waa completely
demolished but Fowler escaped with
only slight bruises. He aaid that the
accident was caused by ths rudder
failing to work. He thought the motor could be renalred as it did not
appear to be badly damaged.
He waa mounting skyward preparatory to his attempt to croBs the Sierras when lie met with his mishap.
No Clue to Murderer.
Vancouver. Sept. 12.���l'p to a late
hour tonight the police of Vancouver
had no clue as to the whereabouts
or the identity of the assailant of
William Urquhart, who was shot to
death in his store on Cordova street
on Monday evening.
366,000 cases. The pack of springs.
humpbacks and cohoes will, it is expected, more than equal the output of
sockeyes.
The total of all kinds of salmon
packed this year may. It is said, e |ual
the pack of 1910 when the output was
Tii2,201 cases. As compared with
last' year there Is a falling otl of 201,-
000 cases In the sockeye pack. In
1910 the pack of sockeye was 566,000
cases, of which 133,000 were put up
on the Fraser river. This year the
estimated pack of sockeyes on the
Fraser Is (10,000 cases, less than half
that of laat year.
Allowing a pack of 750.000 cases of
all kinds of salmon for the year 1011,
the output this year will be in excess of that of 1907, the year in the
foup-cydle period of salmon runs
which corresponda with the present
season. In 1907 the total of all kinds
of salmon packed was 547.459 cases
which gives a balance of 200,000
caaea ln favor of this year.
The estimated pack of sockeyes In
British Columbia this year is in details as follows: Skeena river. 120,-
000 cases: Fraser river. 60,000; Naas.
32,000; Lowe Inlet, 13.000; Bella Coo-
la. 5000; Kimsqult, 3000; Namu. 5000:
Rivers Inlet, 87,000; Smith Inlet, 18,-
000; Alert Bay, 400: Knight inlet,
1500: Quathiaska Cove, 1500; Alberni. 7000; Clayoquot, GOOO; Wark
Islnnl, 2000.   Total 3(15,000.
The present week. It Is asserted,
will witness the end of the packing
season on the Fraser river. Last
week a number of the canneries on
the Fraser river shut down and those
plants which are still running are
making preparations to close. The
river is reported to be full of humpbacks, but the quality of the flsh la
not. It Is asaerte*!. by any means flrat
claas.
Columbia.
avenue. The annual occurrence took
place last night and although Mr.
Ryall called up the city engineer ho
could get no satisfaction. The reply-
was thut the engineer thought that
the men were attending to the matter. Personally he ithe engineer)
had not seen the con Ution that had
arisen.
Mr. Ryall, with assistance, spent a-
long time laat evening in placing
planks over the crossing in order
that it might lie possible for pedestrians to pass from one sidewalk to
the other. The street was inches
thick In running mud, and was a
disgrace.
Murphy's Decision Rescinded.
Montreal, Sept. 13. ��� Yesterday
evening at a meeting of the official*
of the N. L. U., President Murphy's
decision with reference to his finding in the recent tie and interrupted
game between the Nationals an*
Montreals waa overruled and the
meeting decide! to play off the remaining five and a half minutes cf
the match on Thursday afternoon
without spectators.
Shadow of a Clue.
Vancouver,  Sept.  12.���The  faintest
shade of a clue has been uneurtheil
by the police In the William Vr luhart
murder   case.   It appears   that    two
men had seen the murderer in    the*
store asking the murdered  man    to
cash a check.   It Is conjectured that
a refusal by  Urquhart angered    the-
man to such a degree that he pulled
his  gun  and  Bhot him as  has been
told.
Will Make Another Start.
San Francisco,   Sept.   12.���Aviator.
who suffered a mishap   during    hia
flislit  today,  smashing    his   bi-plano-
The packing of cohoes Is now I when he fall, announces that he wlUt
proceeding In the north.
start again in two or three days.
\-
in imnmnSsniOsf PAOITWO
THE DAILY NEWi.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework.    Apply  125 Third  Ave.
WANTED���POSITION AS SHORT-
liaiid and typewriter. Best of references. Well up ln all muiinc. of
bookkeeping. Apply J. S., Dally
News office, Westminster.
WANTED���WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Apply Premier hotel, Columbia
street, city.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply 712 Twelfth street.
WANT E D ��� LADY COMPETENT
wants position as housekeeper to
gent leman widower or bachelor. Or
uny position of trust. Address Box
12, Dally News office.
LOST.
LOST���GOLD CHAIN BRACELET,
between First street and the Cathedral. Finder please return to 55
Hoyal avenue.      Reward.
of the present campaign.     Ordinarily j     No.  00��� Progressive  ball,  Murray's
they  take  but  a  spectator's  Interest , Corner.
in a political campaign, but the ques- i     No. 31���Public hall, Otter.
tlon of the removal of the taxes on i     So.   32���School  house,   Aldergrove.
LOST���A FOUNTAIN  PEN. FINDER
kindlv return to Daily News Office.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED APART-
ment, flut, housekeeping rooms or
cottuge, with gas preferred, within
few blocks of NewB ofllce. Apply
h. Daily Nows.
WANTED ��� HOUSE - KEEPING
rooms, with gas, bathroom, etc.,
near News office. Apply H, thc
Dally News.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Apply J. S. McKinley, Edmonds.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East. 	
WANTED���A YOUNG WIDOW RE
quires position as houaekeeper to
bachelor or widower. Box 24 Dally
News.
WANTED���A SIRL FOR GENERAL
house work; family of five; no children.    Apply 1112 Fifth avenue.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ploymetrt office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
EXCHANGE���TEN ACRES IN LANG-
lev, partly improved, clear title,
close in; trade for building lot lu
New Westminster, about $1000.
Owner, 1423 Thirteenth avenue
east, Vancouver. .
Bargain.
Circumstances make me
sacrifice part of my Imperial
Car and Shipbuilding stock.
Chance  of a  lifetime  for
parties with cash.
ADDRESS: BOX FIVE,
DAILY NEWS.
food is one that uffects them personam. They aro not organizing processions like their Bisters in France,
but they are bringing the weight of
their Influence to bear on their husbands, their sons and their brothers,
and, no doubt, they will accompliah
more that way than by organizing
processions.
Manitoba Free Press���J. A. Currie,
Conservative member for North Simcoe, speaking ln the House of Com-
mona, December 17, 100'J (UeviBed
iHansard P. 1715>;
j "The Americans send thousands of
of title No. B878A, to the above named husheli of potatoes Into Canada be-
property issued in the name of rmlse their potato crop ripens ear-
Thomas William Kingsmlll has been'hjer than ours, and yet the Canadian
filed In this office. Notice is hereby farmers In New Brunswick are prac-
given that 1 ahall at the expiration optically prohibited from sending pota-
one month from date of first publlca. toes Into the the l'nited States."
tlon hereof issue a duplicate of said; The condltiuna to which Mr. Currio
certificate of title, unless In thc mean- objected are removed by the reclpro-
tlme valid objection bo male to me In city agreement. But Mr. Currle hav-
wrUlng lng seen new  light Ib now uulte cer-
Datcd at the Land Registry Office] tain that lf tho farmers are not "prac
Re Lots 1, 2 and 3, In Block (i, Lot I
10, in Block 50, and Lots 7 and 8, in
Block 51, all In the subdivision of District Lot tive hundred and forty (540),
in the City of Yancouver.
Whereas proof of lo3s of certificate
this Sth dav of September. 1911,
ARTHUR O. SMITH,
District Registrar.
Campaign
Causerie
(Toronto Globe.)
Laurier  and  larger markets.
A tariff on foodstuffs means
on food.
tlcally prohibited from sending potatoes into tlie United States" the empire will go under.
Manitoba Free Presa���It  ls Impossible jto   estimate    the    advantages
I wllich  will accrue to two great ad-
i joining   nations   under   a   Bystem   of
| free exchange of natural products. If
both countries had the same climate
I and exactly the same class of productions  the   benefit   might   be   infinitesimal.    But  when  the  countries  are
In  different isothermal   belts  produc
No. 33���School house, Glen  Yalley.
Polling Division No. 3 of Chilliwack,
having a voting list of KiOii, consisting of all the land within Westminster electoral -district which lies to
the south of the Fraser river, aud to
the east of the western boundary o.'
MatBipii municipality:
No. 34���Municipal hai', Mt. Lehman.
No.   35���School   house,   Lehman's
Landing,
No. 86���School house, Aberdeen.
No.  37���Town  hall,  Peardonvillc.
No.  38���Public  hall,   Mats.tul.
No. 89���School house, Cla>buin.
No. 40���Summer hall, Abbotsfoid.
No. 41���Immigration office, Huntingdon.
No.  42���Town  hall,  Upper  Sumas.
No. 43���Post office, Sumas Mountain.
No. 44���J. A. McLeod's house,
Sumas.
No.  45���Old   reading  room,  Sardis
-Store
48-
bulldlng,    Wade's
���Foresters'   hall,
Copeland's   house,
Templars
This
Little
Crank
In Your Kitchen
fSaves 20 % on Coal
1     It is a wonderful patent device, the Oxford Economizer, and is licensed
��� for use only on
STOVES
and RANGES
hall.
No.    it
Landing.
No. 47    and
Chilliwack.
No.   4'J���George
East .Chilliwack.
No.      5*1���Cood
Cheam.
No.  51���Bralthwalte'a    hall
i dale.
]     Polling division    No.    4,   generally,,
| known  aa  the    electoral  district    or
] Dewdney having a voting list of 1433:
No.   52���Lobby   room,   Millside   ho-
Rose-
If you want reciprocity vote for lt.
Your vote may be needed to carry it.
Conservatives in voting for reciprocity are voting for the traditional
policy of their party.
All we ask ia that the electora who
know that reciprocity is the right
thing for the west shall vote   for it.
opened
money
av   lng many distinct and individual com ]tel-M111r8'de', .     .    ,      . ������
modifies, and   when   their   identical \     NO,    53-Walmsley a    house,    Bu
products are matured on widely sep-   QUitlam.
arated dates as ia tho case with Can-!     No.  54���Municipal
The obatructionists have
their bar'l. Where did the
come from?
A vote for Borden is a vote for
Bourassa; a vote for Bourassa Ib a
vote for the disruption of Canada.
Our markets are simply our own
wants. Restrlctionists say we should
make it difficult to gratify them.
Reciprocity will add 25 per cent to
the value of property in the west.
What will the rejection of reciprocity
do?
FOR 8ALE
Some opponents of reciprocity still
still persist in raising the question of
pulpwood. They have not the slightest   warrant   for   doing    so,   because
I pulpwood is not ln the agreement at
I all.
Manitoba Free Press���Just as the
wails and moats of feudal days gave
way to the rising tide of a new and
better civilization, so the tariff walls
of the present day will give way to
the better civilization   of the future.
ada and the United States the advantages must be enormous. Only actual
experience can bring home this truth
to the people so that they will appreciate it "to the fullest extent.
I Victoria Times.)
Official Bulletin.���It is hard coughing and hut little expectoration for
the consumptive Tory organs through
out Canada these days. Feeble pulsa, j dows.
temperature declining, collapsa im-' No. fiO���Dale
minent. Administration of oxygen
recommended. j
The advocates of trade obstruction
would not allow a year's trial before
taking a vote of the people. They demanded a verdict without the evidence. The rules of parliament enabled them to do so. Evidently thev
are not fit to enjoy the liberty of
such rules.
Sir William Van Home took the
stump last week with R. L. Borden
and made a speech���full of the old
platitudes against reciprocity, Mr
William haa evidently not foreotten
that fifteen years ago he promised to
"make the grass grow in the streets
of Victoria." Neither have Victorians.
hall, Coquitlam.
No. 55���Town hall, Port Moody.
No. 5(i���Vancouver Power Co.'s
building, Coipiltlani lake, club
house.
No. 57���Vancouver Power Co.'s
building, Lake Buntzen school
house.
No. 58���Gilley's building, at Stone
quarry, Pitt lake.
No. 59���School    house,    Pitt    Mea-
V.
hall, Hammond.
No. 61���Municipal hall, Haney.
No. 63���J. Ritchie's store. Albion.
No. 68���J.  A.    Maddaugh'3   house,
'abater's Corner.
No.     64���NYhiting'S   store,   Whonnock.
No. 65���Heap's mill office, Ruskin.
No.    66���Western    Canada    Power
] Co.'s building, Stave River falls.
No.   67���Post office,  Sllverdale.
No.  68���Bell's  store,   Mission  City.
No.    S9���Sharpe's    house,     Hatzic
Prairie.
i     No. 70���School house, Hatzic.
No.    71���Mclntyre      Bros.'     store,
1 Dewdney.
I     No.  72���Liberty hall, Nicomen    is-
I land.
This marvellous regulator keeps the oven at a given temperature. No
heat is wasted���nothing goes up tue flue but bad odon, steam and smoke.
Thc fire is held for hours without attention���ready for immediate use���
and all tiiis labor, time and fuel saved by simply turning the crank.
With thc Divided Oven Flue Strip you have even baking, because of
thc perfect distribution of heat, secured by this expert arrangement.
The Reversible Grain
is provided with strong,
interlocking teeth that reduce coals to ashes by
a single turn. In appearance, in details of finish
and design the Chancellor
is zn ornament as well as
a necessity in any kitchen.i
The Range here represented and other Gur-
ney-Oxfords of every sort
for every purpose, displayed on our floor.
SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION
NOW
T. J. TRAPP & CO. Ltd.,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
FOR SALE���SNAP. NEW BUNG.V
low, four large rooms, very largo
pantry, bath, toilet, electric light,
walls papered, full basement; garden fenced and well stocked with
vegetables. Price Including blinds
linoleum on floors. |2750. Owner,
718 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE���NEW MODERN SEVEN
roomed house on Fourth street, two
blocks from car. Price $3600, $350
<-ash, balance as rent. Apply evenings. 424  Third avenue.
SMDR SALT-:���COSY NEW BL'NGA-
low: close to car; four large rooms
bath, toilet; lirge pantry; full basement; well stocked kitchen; garden. Price $2750; eaBy terma.
Owner, 718 Seventh avenue, New
Westminster.
Hugh John Macdonald admits that
hls Liberal friends who are supporting reciprocity are as innately loyal
as he is. Sure, Hugh John'. They
are also much more sensible, which
accounts for their support of reciprocity.
The provision that the reciprocity
agreement can be abrogated at any
time is like the safety valve on an
engine. While it is not anticipated
that it will have to be used, lt Is a
guarantee of Canada's safety under
anv  circumstances.
"It means a big thing for us," saysl     No. 73���Hall, North Nicomen.
Mr.  Gardhouse,  the    great  Canadian       No.   74���Cuthbert's   hall,   Harrison
I horse dealer, in speaking of the reel-1 Mills,
procity agreement.    Last year    there [     No. 76���Inkman's store.    Agassis,
were exported  from  Canada $553,807)     No.   76���Inkman's   store,     Harrison'
worth  of Canadian-bred    horses.    Of. Hot Springs.
these   $453,186   worth   were  exported I     No.  77���Purcell's store,  Port Doug--
to the United States. .  las. |
The tusk of a mastadon has been1 No. 78���Conley's Camp. 25 Mile
found at. Forks Road in Welland j creek,
county, Ontario. From time to time' Polling Division No. 5, including
In the past other relics of this pre-: portion of the provincial electoral
historic animal have been turned up i district of Yale In this riding, 135
in   sections   of  the  Western   Ontario! votera in all:
No. 79���Odd Fellow's hall, Agassiz.
No.    80���Inkman's      store,      Ruby
Creek.
No.    81���Peter    Johnston's    house,
Hope station.
No.  82���Wm. Teagne'a office, Yale.
peninsula. In past mllleniums tbere
was greater hunting In Canada than
even the politicians arc now carrying
on.���Montreal Gazette.
For Choice Beef, Mutton
Pork or Veal
GO TO
P. BURNS &ICO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
a***)*.**���*)***.****
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
POLLING STATIONS
TO RENT.
TO RENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Royal
Avenue.
HOUSE TO RENT���CORNER OF
Seventh avenue and Bowler street.
Apply 1314 Cariboo street.
The pressure increaaeg. In Victoria,
Alherta, the Conservative candidate,
while criticising the present agreement, has declared in favor of reci-
m-ocity with the Unite! States. In
Battleford the anti-reciprocity candidate has quit, or is quitting, the held.
Probably there ia no class of Canada to whom the cry of loyalty when
raised for party purposes against the
reciprocity agreement, seems more
absurd than it does to the thousands
of settlers from Great Britain. The
most of tbem are free traders, but
they are loyal to a man.
of
by
TO RENT ��� NEWLY FURNISHED
clean totnis lor one or two gentlemen. Terms very reasonable. 513
Agnes Street.
ROOMS NEWLY FURNISHED, BY
.day, w<��?k or month; rates very reasonable.    513  Front street.
FOR      RENT���BEDROOMS,      NEAR
library.    Apply 701 Agnes stret t.
TO RENT ��� SUITE OV NICELY
furnished housekeeping rooms; also
large front room. Apply corner
Agnes and Dull'eriu. Telephone No.
LG38. S
TO      RENT ��� TWO      FURNISHED
housekeeping    rooms;     li: st    floor.
Apply 221 Seventh street.
FOR    RENT  ���  TWO
with sitting room to
BEDROOMS
The men who are opposing tariff
relief were quite aa determined in
Opposing the relief afforded by the
Hritish preference, Thev could not
work the loyalty cry against the
earlier change, but tliey tried every
other  device.
The following is a complete list
the polling stations as announced
the  returning  officer.  David  Douglas.
As stated in this paper yesterday the
ed at a point on the westerly sboie of
electors of Westminster will all poll
In the one place, namely the Armory
building.   There will be twelve booths
which  will  afford  ample  accommod-i-
tion for nearly three thousand voters:
No. 1���Sydney Miller's house, Adeiu
post office. Westminster road.
No.    2���w.  V.  Bradshaw's   house,
Triumph street, Hastings townsite.
No. 3���Brltcola    post office,    Hastings townsite.  south.
-Barnet ha 1,  Ha; net.
-F, ,1. Peer's house, Uurnaby
HERE ARE FOUR PEOPLE
WHO TESTIFY
That GIN PILLS Positively Cure Rheumatism
John llerr-m, Conservative candidate  in   Macleod, says:
"If elected I will return to Ottawa
and vote foi the reciprocity pact. 1
think it is dangerous in spots, but
everyone in the riding wants it antl I
will vote for it." Is Macleod constituency therefore seething with disloyalty? It must be. if the wise men
of the cast are right.
The Canadian Century, an advocate of trade suppression, says: "The
voters should remember that but for
the Conservative party tbey would
never bave bad an opportunity to de-
let to gentle-icide   the  question    for   themselves"
men only. Breakfast if desired.
Telephone and modern conveniences. Five minutes from the
post office. Terms moderate. Enquire Phone R 414.
TO RENT���DOUBLE ROOM FURN-
Ished; suitable for young ladiea or
married couple. Apply 23 Alice
street.
TO RENT���OFFICE ROOM UP
stairs. Speck block, Columbia at eet.
Apply to Alex. Speck, 743 Front
-etreet.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
to rent, 319 Regina street, $22 a
month.
TO       RENT���SPLENDID      NEWLY
furnished  rooms In Cliff block, on
Sixth street, one block from Columbia street.   Apnlv thp Misses Chap-
anan, room 2, third floor.
But for the Conservative party they
would have had a year's trial of the
relief before voting on it, and would
have tested arguments by experience.
Toronto C.lobe���"We anticinate no
danger whatever from the reciprocity
agreement. We have our factory
here: we are here to stay and here to
grow." This from C. A. Clock, superintendent of the Chatham works
of the International Harvester company, is answer to alarmiat rumors
of the danger to manufacturea from
reciprocity in natural products. This
factory now has 300 hands, and Mr.
Clock says it will need lots more
when the larger markets increase the
purchasing power of the west.
th
No.
No.
lake.
No.
Park.
No.
No.
6���Agricultural    hall,    Central
-School house. Ladner.
-School  house,  Sunbury.
-Post office, AnnieUlle.
-School   house,  Annacis
Women for  Reciprocity.
Woodstock      Sentinel-Review���The
women   of Canada  are  naturally  becoming quite alive to the importance
.���Municipal hall, Edmonds,
8���Ewen   Martin's   house,   Burquitlam,
No.  *,)���Muiicipal   hall,   Richmond.
No.   10���Court  house,  Steveston.
No. ll���W. M. McKenzle's housj,
Woodward's Landing,
Polling Division Xo. 2���Delta, Su ���
rey and Langley, Including Barnston
and McMillan islands, having 1S2S
voters on the lists:
No. 12���School house, Westham i::
land.
No. 13���
No.   14-
No.  15���
No.   inland.
No. 17���School house. East Delta.
No. 18���Scliool house, Mud  Bay.
No. 10. ��� Immigration building,
White Rock.
No. 20���School house, Kensington
Prairie.
No. 21���Harper's house, Hall's
Prairie.
No. 22���Public hall, Cloverdale.
No. 23���School house, Ji.hnston
road.
No. 24���Bennett's house, Strawberry Hill.
No. 25���Vacant house opposite Mr.
Quible's.   South   Westminster.
No. 2fi���Public hall, TyneheaJ.
No. 27���Public hall, Port Kells.
No. 28���Pest office, Clayton.
No. 20���Publlc hall. Langiey.
HIS FATHER WAS TROUBLED
MANY KINDS OF MEDICINE
Rheumatism is a dreadful disease.   Only those, who have had it, ran appreciate
agonizing   pain ��� the excruciating torture ��� that   racks   the   lxidy   when
Rheumatism sets in.   No wonder those, who have been cured of Rheumatism by
GIN PILLS, are so grateful and so enthusiastic.
They gladly testify that GIN PILLS cured tbem and want all the world to
try GIN PILLS.
Alex, Moore Est]., is one of many
hundreds who know that GIN I'll,l.S
will cure Rheumatism. He writes from
Newburgh, Out.
"My father had been troubled with
Rheumatism for a number of years. He
tried two doctors but got ne relief, when
my uncle insisted os him tryinL' GIN
PILLS. He purchased a box and after
taking OIN l'H.I.S for a week, found
that they were givisg bim much relief.
He then bought three more boxes, which
were the means of curing him. He is
now a strong man���in good health���and
able to attend to his daily work���and all
the credit is due to GIN  PILLS."
They know about GIN PILLS down in Nova Scotia too. In fact, GIN PILLS
are the old standby all over tlie Maritime Provinces because GIN PILLS really
cure Rheumatism.   An old gentleman in Yarmouth, N.S. says :
"I have been bothered with Rheumatism for the past year and have taken
a good many kinds of medicine, but found no relief. One day, a friend advised
me to try C.IN PILLS and after taking a few boxes, I felt like a new man.    I want
you to know  how thankful I nm for the relief they  gave me and would advise  all sufferers to take GIN PILLS".
In New Brunswick, GIN TILLS have cured hundreds of men and women of
Rheumatism,    Mr. Wilson of Hartfield, N.l!., is one of the many who owes his
good  health  and strength  to GIN PILLS,    He writes;    "It  affords me great
pleasure to convey not only to you, but to all sufferers from  Back Ache and
Rheumatism   the   great   relief  I  have obtained from  the use of GIN PILLS.
I am sounding the praises of GIN PILLS
to everyone suffering as I did". Robert
M. Wilson.
Back to Nova Scotia for tlie fourth
letter from D. J. Lawler of Ogden.
"I have been troubled with Rheumatism so bad that I could not work. A
doctor tended me and told me to go to
the hospital but all to no good until a
cousin told me to tTy GIN PILLS. I did
so, and after taking a few boxes, I am
perfectly well".
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
HUMBOLDT ROBBER
HAKES CONFESSION
Stole  $90,000  In  Gold   Bullion    From
Alaska   Boat   Last   Year���Some
Recovered.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3H  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone 53.
Tenth  8t.,  New Westminster.
P
For Up-to-date
RIINTING
GO TO
kkson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind or Jo'j
rlntlng.
hompson Block. Phone 388.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waten
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office: Princess St
Seattle. Wash., Sept. 12���The confession of Charles Evere t, a bunk
former of many aliases, mad- to
Munis' detectives at Canon City, Col.,
lias cleared up the mystery of the
198,000 bullion robbery on the steamship llumbolt. Auk. 10, 1910. Everett
swindled the People's Savings bank
in this city.
Within the next few weeks It Is ex-
pected that the- Indictment of several
well known Seattle men by the county grand Jury and before a federal
grand Jury wlll mark the climax of
the story of one of the boldest treasure robberies ever attempted on the
l.lnh seas.
$15,000 In Gold  Recovered.
Already Burns detectives have recovered $15,000 worth of bullion Before another week Everett will be
brought to Seattle to point out where
tlie bulk of the treasure lies burled
In the woods tn the city limits.
When the steamship Humboldt arrived in Seattle, the middle of August, 1010, a wooden box supposed to
contain fVG.OOO In bullion, shipped by
Fairbanks banks to tlie Dexter-Morton National bank, was unloaded and
taken to the assay office. When the
box was opened lt was found to contain lead bars Instead of gold.
Confession Corroborated.
Like many big robberies the method of - procedure was simple, as lt Ib
now outlined by the confession of
Everett and substantiated by partial
confessions of Orville Cahanlss and
Prank Barrett, both of whom are now
serving; short terms for disposing of
stolen gold. These two men, as well
as Everett and the two local men
mentioned, will now face the much
more serious charge of robbery on
the high seas.
Robbery   Planned   Here.
The robbery was planned in Seattle. Cabanlss and Barrett went to
Skagway with a clever duplicate of a
bullion box, made In this city, In their
possession. They took a woman confederate with them.
So   simply   was   the  trick    worked
that  the Idea of substituting the duplicate box was not  necessary.    After
Humboldt    left    Prince    Rupert.
box with the lead bars they had car- or CG5 miles from Estevan.   The sklp-
rled ln. The thieves went back saf-'ly per  of  the  steamship reported -that
to their staterooms. he would not reach the William Head
Stolen Gold  Divided. quarantine station until daybreak on
When thl steamship reached Seat- Thursday,
tie  the  stolen  gold  was  taken  to a Ab part of her cargo the Awa Maru
room  in  a  lodging house and   there has 724  bales of silk and  108 cases
divided   up.    Cabanlss  was   arrested of Bilk goods, valued at nearly $400,-
in   San   Francisco  and   sentenced  to 000;   TliS  bales of  matting and  1511
serve five yeais In San Quentin   for cases  of Japanese  bulbs.      Tlie  big
disposing of li in share of  tbe stolen steamship   will   discharge   about   300
gold.    Barrett Is   now  under $10,000 tens  of  freight  at  this  port   before
bail  to answer trial  at  Portland for proceeding to Seattle,
disposing of his share of the loot.
The bulk of the treasure ls Bald to
be buried lu Seattle. Hums detectives  say  it  will  soon  be  recovered.
Horrors of the Congo.
London,   Sept.   11.���William    Buck-
C. P. R. Fireman Killed.
Irrlcana, Alta., Sept. 12.���C. P. K.
train No. 688, the Acme local, ln
charge of Conductor Ferguson, due
here at 10:40 from Calgary, Jumped
the   track   ut  the  soutli  end  of  the
ley,  the   noted  elephant   hunter, who vard jester'ay mbralng, klllin     Fire-
lias a record of twenty years in ( en- mw c   Wh|te   of Ca,.        ln-a���,lv
tral   Africa,   has  Just   returned   from whlte wa8    ,nned b ,   lllp.      d;
the  Preach (ongo,  v.-iti,   the report am1 ,.ollei. of tno       ,       T
that   Prance  ought   to   ba   willing  to neer eBcaped uninJuredi and Donc    f
give the country to any  one foolish the I)aB8en(.erB w���re ,n]ured.   The ac.
enough to take it.                        . ���      | cldent  wa8    cauged  Dy    a    defective
I   went   after  elephants   and   was gwltcn   caug|      tne ,
a ghteen   days  by  water  and  rail  to tank an(J t      cars        ,
tl...       !,,I.,>).,, t       !...,   11 i_,rii,.b urana  , .. ... ' -
the   interior.     I   have    struck    som
the  engine  being  burled    four    feet
pretty   rough  countries   in   my   time, deep ,��� the e,_   A wreckll     tral
but nothing  to touch  this.      It  wa��  arr|ved from Ca,Bary laier ln tne day
nothing  but  swamps und  levers
"Everything ls horrible that grows,
flies, walks or crawls.      The natives
an.l    cleared    the    track.      Fireman
White, who resided at 610 Fifteenth
,, .,   ,        ,   , . avenue, East Calgary, Is survived by
arc all cannibals and those who wer- a wlfe an<1 one UUIe    ,r, f '
with me overturned a canoe in their o]d
eagerness to get a native corpse that	
was floating down the river. I   u. 8. Warshlos After Missicnarles.
"Anything In the   shape   of human      Washington,    D. C,    Sept.    11.-A
flesh  sets  tbem  crazy,  und   1  think  cablegram   was   received   here   today I
myself  pretty lucky to have escaped   from AdmlraI Murdoch in which    he1
the grid.    When 1 returned to civ li-  Btated    that    the warg|llp    Saratoga.!
zation 1 heard that there was an In-  accompanled  by  two    cruisers,    was
ternational fuss over the territory.   I Bailing from Shanghai   to Nan King. I
simply could not believe my ears."       Ag Boon a8   the   yangtse   Klan-   ls
New Wireless  Record.
reached   a   small  gunboat   will   push'
������ .   7e  o    .   ;r"iV \h��.��i.t   forward up the river and wlll get as
Victoria.  Sent.  12.���It  was  thought nnsfdhle  to  Szechuan    whpre
near as possible to Szechuan, where
an attempt will be made to get ln
touch with the Isolated missionaries.!
that the  limit in  long-distance com-   an .
munlcatlon    by   wireless    had    been   , u  ...,^  ��". ,__,_._��� _,���,?	
reached when the operator at Estevan communicated on Friday night
with the Osaka ShoBen Kalsha liner
Canada   Maru  1700  miles  away,  but
The Strength of Fit-Reform is
The Weakness of the Tailor
Slates Bourassa's Campaign.        j
Actonvllle,    Ont.,    Sept.    11.���The |
a"littla over Vbpiin tatw'tha same  Premier, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, address-
station  was  speaking with the same   ed four thousand  people here today
Steamship 2000 miles at sea. i from the platform   of   his   train   en
Just after midnight on Saturday route to Vlctorlavllle, Que. After de- ���
the operator at the West Coast sta- fending reciprocity and the govern-
tlon picked up the position of the meat's naval work the premier slated
Maru ln mid-ocean which was as fob Bourassa on the campaign which hj
lows:     Eat.  52:10;  longitude. 171:27.1 was conducting.
Estevan  without dispute can claim'  ���
the   long-distance   record,   for   never   8IX MILLIONFEETOF
before  In  the  history  of  the  Pacific
has  any   station  communicated  with
a   steamship  so  tar   at   sea   without
bavlng the messages relayed by other
s
PECIALIZATION IN TAILORING is at once the
strength ot Fit-Reform and the weakness ol the custom
tailor.
TIMBER  ADRIFT  AT  8EA
Astoria,   Ore
the
southbound, the woman confederate,
who lt is said had wormed herself Into the good graces of the purser of
the steamship, lured that officer from
bis post.
Two  Men  Turn Trick.
Barrett  and  Cabanlss  slipped   into
the purser's stateroom, pried the cover off  the bullion   box. put  tlie   gold
bars  In  two  suitcases and  Oiled   tbc
Sept.    12.���Pounded
by   heavy   seas   the   six    mi lion foot
vessels.     The   operators   at   Estevan   Hammond     Lumber    company    raft I
have   on   more   than    one   occasion   which grounded on Peacock Spit Sat-1
snoken   steamships  at   a  tremendouB   urday, went to pieces yesterday. The
distance, but  the record of Saturday   efforts  of  five vessels, Including  the
night   has   never    before    been    ap-   Snohomish, Dauntless, Here vies. One-
proached. onta and Wallula, to pull tt(p big raft
At 2 o'clock this morning thp Este- off the bar proved futile. The logs
van station was speaking with the are now scattered across the bar and
Nippon Yudun Ijlaf.ha liner Awa far Into the ocean and the Columhla
Main, now on her way from Voko- river, a menace to shipping. The
hania and other far eastern ports for raft was valued at about |fl0,000.
Victoria. Her position wus given as Crews of men are nt work saving as/
Latitude   49 53  and   longltu ie  144.07,   many of the loKe as they can. I
Every man in the Fit-Reform corps is a skilled tailor���a master
tailor���who devotes his talents to doing one individual part
of the work of designing, cutting, shaping or hand stitching.
It is but natural that a numher of experts���each doing one
part of the work-���will complete the garment quicker and better
than one tailor who must measure,
design, cut, sew, wait on customers
and keep books.
The Morning Coat and Frock Coat,
shown above, examplify the perfection and economy of the Fit-Reform
tystetn.
303
The property of Mr. Joseph Martin, M.P., several hundred
lots, will be offered for sale. Very easy terms. Seven
Years to pay.    Facilities given for huilding.
New subdivision lying east of Grand View and between Charles street on the north and Fifth avenue on
the south.
All the property will be cleared and grubbed by the owner and is expected to be all complete by November lst next.
B C Electric Burnaby Lake street car runs along First avenue right through property. Fares will be
reduced bv contract with Company to 5 cents as soon as there is a population of one thousand in the sub-
S and the Company agrees to give as good service as in any part of Vancouver considering population.
TvZtl and Burnabv road. A covenant will be inserted m all agreements and deeds prohibiting Asiatics,
Negroes and Indians from owning or renting upon property. Real estate agents investing clients funds
wilt be allowed 5 per cent, commission. City corporation is obliged to spend large sums on streets and to furnish water, sidewalks, sewer and other municipal necessities when required.
Cars will leave Carrall street at 3 p.m. on Saturday next (Sept. 16), on which any person will be taken out
to inspect free of charge.
TERMS OF SALE:~Quarter down, quarter in nine months, balance in half yearly
installments extending over six years; interest 7 per cent
Anv purchaser who has a house worth not less than $1000 completed or nearly completed on his lot before
second payment falls due will not be asked to make second payment for two and one half years after date of sale,
provided he insures building to secure balance owing.
A. M. BEATTIE
OFFICE: 108 and 109 DODSON BLOCK,
25 Hastings Street East, Vancouver, B.C.
1
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THE DAILY NEW*
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911
The uaiiy News
Pabllebed by Tbe Dally Newi Publishes Company, Limited, at their offlces,
aw air   of   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Street!.
pala, Managing Director
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911
_^_^^^        HI8T0RY.
The reciprocity treaty of 1854-18GH
laid tbe foundations ot Canada's commercial prosperity. All contemporary
records bear testimony to this. The
moBt eloquent and convincing of these
la the official minute ln which the
Canadian government of which Sir
John A. Macdonald was the leading
figure put on record Its official view
of the value of the treaty to the Canadian people. The report of the council, addressed to Lord Monck, the
governor general, bears date February
ID, 1865, nnd ln part ia as follows:
"It would be Impossible to express
In figures, with any approach to ac
curacy, the extent to which the facilities of commercial Intercourse created
toy the Reciprocity Treaty have contributed to the wealth and prosperity
of this province,   and   It would    be
diUlcult to exaggerate the Importance
which the people of Canada attach to
the continued   enjoyment    of   these
facilities.   Nor is the subject entirely
devoid of political significance. Uader
the beneficent operation of the Bystem
of   self-government   which   Vm�� ,later
policy of the mother country has accorded to  Canada,  in  common  with
the other  colonies  possessing  representative institutions, combined with
the advantages secured by the Reciprocity   Treaty   of   an    unrestricted
commerce with our nearest neighbors
in the natural productions of the two
countries, all    agitation    for   organic
changes has ceased���all    dissatisfaction  with  the existing  political  relations of the province has wholly dls
appeared.
"Although    the    committee    would
grossly  misrepresent    their    countrymen if they were to affirm that their
loyalty to their sovereign  would    be
diminished in the slightest degree by
tbe    withdrawal,    through    the    unfriendly  action  of a  foreign  government, of mere commercial privileges
"however    valuable    these    might    be
deemed, they think they cannot err In
directing the attention of the enlist
��ned    statesmen    who      wield      the
dentines of the great EmpiTe of which
it is the proudest boast of Canadians
that their  country  forma   a  part,  to
tlie connection which is usually found
to  oxiBt  hetween  the  material  pros
perlty   and  the  political  contentment
of  the people,  for  in   doing  so  they
teel  that they  are appealing to    the
liiRhest    motives    thut    can    actuate
patriotic    statesmen���the    desire    to
perpetuate a dominion founded on the
affectionate allegiance of a pvisperous
and contented people.
"Tlie committee venture to express
the ho-, e that Vour Excellency wl.l
l>e pleased to In ins; this subject and
the consider aUouu now submitted un
der the notice of Her Majesty's imperial  advisers."
This memorial be it noted, was
founded on experience, ror twelve
years there had heen reciprocity between Canada and the l'nited States.
The results as set forth by the
Canadian government were two fold:
(1) I' had contributed enormously
to tlie wealth and prosperity of Canada.
t'l) it had removed all dissatisfaction with existing Canadian conditions, and hail made tlie country
loyal, contented and  prosperous.
The memoiial is like a voice coming across the vears to rebuke the
Conservative leaders of  today.
U answeis the shrieks of "Ruin"
and "Treason" with which our ears
are assailed.
 SOMETHING OF MOiTE.-
The Conservative leaders are endeavoring to make capital out of the
fact that a number of millionaires
who have been Liberals ar* opposed
to the reciprocity program of tha
Liberal   administration.
We think the fact that the bitter
opposition of the present Conservative leaders to reciprocity emanated
from a number of moneyed men who
are essentially not of the "common
people" ls a noteworthy circumstance
and one which Is a striking commentary upon tbe political situation.
The fact that a man calls himself a
Liberal does not make hlm a Liberal.
For Instance. Mr. Clifford Btfton was
once a Liberal with Liberal Ideas, but
the more wealth he accumulated the
further away be grew iruui Liberal
beliefs.
Mr. Slfton's break from the Liberal
party ls not solely one of difference
of opinion upon the question of reciprocity, but ls merely tho culmination
of a growing estrangement dating
several years back.
There ls no change ln tbe Liberal
party. The change ls ln Svtr. Sifton.
The acquirement of money has altered Mr. Slfton's point af view, that ls
all.
The Liberal party is essentially
and fundamentally the party ot the
people, and the fact that a few tariff
millionaires or a few prominent
agents of tariff millionaires are upon
this occasion opposed to reciprocity
ls of Itself a very good reason why
the "common people" should support
the Liberal policy.
The tariff millionaires secure their
wealth tbrough exact%is from the
masses of the people, whom they compel to pay tribute.
One of the doctrines pf Liberalism
in the greatest good to tbe greatest
number. If the Liberal party represented 'only the moneyed Interests it
would no longer be the Liberal party.
But it stands for the good of the
country as a whole. This ls why It
is so vitally the party of the "common people."
On the '21st of September the "com
mon people" will again be triumph
ant.���Victoria Times.
Sunburn
and Tan
Must disappear if
I        you use
Somerville's
Dermol Cream
I guarantee that It Is in no respect
harmful to the most Bensatlve skla.
also that a better skin cream cannot
be found.   50c per bottle, sold only at
The Red Cross Pharmacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
Phone 40. 32 Sixth Street
New Westminster,  B.C.
B
uys
BimRNjOIL
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone Seymour 7676.
or Phone 324,
New Westminster.
$1500���Four room cottage,    near car
In  Sapperton;   $500    cash;   balance
%Vi per montli.   No. 47.
$600���Thoroughly cleared lot. Just
above Eighth avenue, between Second and Fourth streets, one-third
cash, 0-12 months.   No. 198.
F. Q. GARQINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST
Phone  661. H	
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
$3,000��� Six room house on Tenth
street, near Third avenue, lot 44x
lt',4, all cleared; $1,200 cash; balance $25 per month.    No. 102.
$2,650���On Fifth avenue, near car line
five room modern house, basement;
eight good fruit trees barn; $1,000
cash, balance to arrange.    No. 130.
PROVINCIAL
Exhibition
Forty-Fifth Annual Agricultural
Show to be held  at
Queen's Park,
New Westminster
Oct. 3,4,5f 6, 7,
Under the auspices of the Royal
Agricultural and Industrial Society.
BLOCK.
Box 772
Offered  in
rizes  and
Attractions
$50,000
Husband Suspected.
Essex, Ont., Sept. 12.���Mrs. George
Reid, wife of   a prosperous    farmer,
was found by her son. Asher, dead in
bed at their bome In - Maidstone township, Sunday    afternoon.   ;T>he    beadj  m
and face were terribly smashed,    the J
body  lay in a pool' of blood and    an   $1000���On
axe   waa   nearby.     Tbe   husband     ia'
missing   and   detectives   are   working
on the case. ��� i. ��� <   - ,  . '
,    f., tt   ft v_ __
$1050���On Fifth street, near Seventh
avenue, partly cleared. One-half
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
$2,000���Six room house, few minutes |
walk from post office; the first payment is small, balance monthly. No.1
100.
OPEN 7 TO 9 TONIGHT.
The Premier Stock Exhibits of Western Canada
Special rates on all railways and steamships.
Entries of Exhibitors are closed after September 23rd.
Secure all information from
. J. TRAPP, Pres.     D. E. MACKENZIE, Manager
Vie have
Cash
To Purchase
Approved
Agreements
of Sale
OM   TH.OTE'RTIES
WHICH  A"RE MOT
MOHTGAGE'D
PROMPT ATTENTION
Hamilton street, a fine
bonding Wt, htfch and dry: one-
third casb; 6, 12 and 18 months.
. ... i
on
$750   Each���Two   full   sized   lots
Fourth street, all cleared; one-third
casli; balnce *">, 1:2 and 18 months.
Peoples Trust Co
'431  Columbia
relaphon
M
a 669. J j
SNAP-Cheapest lot in the business section of the city, 66 x 132,
$15,000; 1-3 cash; balance 1 and 2
years.   This is worth looking into.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phona   929.
Room 16. Collleter Block.
$3200���On Fourth street, corner
Sixth avenue, full sized corner lot,
all cleared: $1100 cash, balance <5
and 12 mouths.
near    Sixth
Are we to ignore our own history
and the experience of the past at the
bidding of a political junta crazy
wiih the lust for office.
Things have come to a pretty pass
in British Columbia when provincial
government employees take the chair
at political meetings. We have heard
from time to time how the premier of
B. C. was on his way to this province
from England to take up the cudgels
against the federal parliament, but
we little thought his satelites would
be delegated to organize, bulldoze ami
.conduct meetings.
Ex-Alderman Alexander Garrett,
provincial log scaler, was chairman
*t the recent Conservative meeting
beld at Burquitlam, lt is not long
jiinre that "Mr. Garrett was forced to
resign from the council, owin^ to his
being a government servant, but this
is evidently no bar to hls accepting
chairmanships at political meetings.
wb�� n those meetings are held in the
Interests of his masters.
$1100���On  Fifth   street
a\enue, a good bulldng lot; o
third cash; balance 6, li! and
months.
IS
From Maker To Wearer
SHOES, SHOES,  SHOES
I     A  full line    of  first    class,    latest
styles,  newest    lasts,    solid    leather
throughout,      most      perfect    fitting.
MACKAY  AND    GOODYEAR WELT.
MENS.  LADIES,    AND    CHILDREN.
I BOOTS  AND    SHOES,    also    a full
\ line of  working and  high cuts boots
i and shoes.
j At a Saving of from 30 to 40 Cents in
the Dollar,
"all  goods shipped by express or mall
j prepaid to destination to any part of
j the Dominion.
i     Write  for    free    illustrated    cala-
logue and be convinced.
THE ANNE SHOE CO.
333 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt la tbe stuff that tba foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to spend for what la
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed ln tbe future.   Mouey cannot be Invested untll lt ls flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 92,000.000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
$2800���On
cottage.
Oak
room
new.
Dow,Fraser&Co.,Ltd.
"REAL   ESTATE A/fD
FITR.E MMSVRAJSfCE
4 TEH. CE/iT. i/ttTBH-
EST OJV DEPOSITS.
SWBJECT TO CHEQUE
CRETHTEH MO}4THl*y
317-32! Cambie St.
Vancouver, l.f.
street,  a  five
furnace  and   modern
ever  particular.    If  you want  a
home see this.
Westminster
McQuarrie Bros.
if a
Phone  696.
622 Columbia  street.
-iV
ST. ANN'S
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.
i A Boarding and Day School for Young i
Girls.
The curriculum    Includes    preparatory.    Intermediate,     grammar     and
I academic,    or    high    school    grades,
i Pupils   prepared   for  high   school   en-
: trance and  provincial teachers examinations.    The    Commercial     Depart-
! ment embraces    bookkeeping,    snort-
��� hand    (Isaac    Pitman    system i    and
i touch typewriting.    Music a specialty.
1 For prospectus and terms address to
Ithe SISTER SUPERIOR.
HEIRESS KILLED BY AUTO.
Binghamton, N. Y.. Sept. 12.���
Miss Carola Woerschoffer of New
York heiress to millions, sufferlts
from which she died last night In
an automobile accident near Cannon-
vllle. A woman companion escaped
unhurt. She was touring the state
investigating labor conditions for tho
Woman's  Trade  Union   League.
Fake Baby Show.
San Francisco, Sept. 1^.���Otto
Meyer, aged about forty, was arfst-
ed today on the charge of liaving defrauded hundreds of women through
a   fake   baby   show.
, *9j
Have you ever longed for a
home ? A real borne ? A home
that one Is not ashamed to take
one's friend to ? A thing of beauty ? A Joy for
ever ? Flowers and shrubs and trees, a lawn,
a pretty bungalow nestling on a sun-kissed ter-
race-side overlooking a large beautiful shimmering expense ot fresh water? Sounds Inviting, eh?
Well, we have it tn our "Lakeside Terrace," nn
the shores of beautiful Burnaby Lake. Fifteen
minutes ride from New Westminster ! Five-cent
car fare 1 Half and quarter acre tracts for a
song ! Three $2000.00 bungalows for nothing !
Ask for our booklet, "Lakeside Terrace in
Reautlful Burnaby." It tells the story. Investigation will pay. /
C3"#S
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PASSAGE &TOMLIN
Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver, B. C
a^a^^^^^*^**a%^b
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOE
SPORTS
TEAM SELECTED.
First    Game
Versus    the
Saturday
Thistles.
A a special meeting of the executive of the Senior Amateur Football
club was held yesterday evening with
^resldMit Herb Ryall ln the chair. In
view of the fact that the first engagement of the Vancouver and District league schedule will be played
against the Thistles of the Terminal
City on Saturday on the Powell street
grounds, the following team was
selected to represent the local club
at tbat time:
P. Sampher, goal; Jack Lyons and
H. Collier, backs; Speedie, Ferguson
and Paterson, half backs; Forrester
and Petrle, right: Ralph Smith, centre; O'Maley and King, left. Craig,
Aylesburg and Evens were elected
spares. The game will he called at
three o'clock with Mr. Clancey, of
Vancouver,  as  referee.
A practice game wlll be played at
Moody square tomorrow evening at
six o'clock and the executive ask that
every player put In an appearance. It
was decided to ask Coquitlam to send
a team to play for the special flfty
dollar prize which wlll be donated by
the R. A. & 1. society during the exhibition week, and further, to ask the
society to present gold medals ln
place of the cup as previously suggested.
The invitation to the club to be rep"
resented at the Coquitlam fair on
Friday hy an eleven had to be refused, owing to the Important match
the following day ln Vancouver. The
Sapperton team will in all likelihood
accept the Invite.
Messrs. A. G. Beaton and R. A.
Wilson were elected as delegates to
represent the club on the council of
the local branch of the B. C. A. A. U.
BASEBALL.
There werp no games In the Northwestern league played yesterday owing to the rain.
MORE ABOUT THE AUTO
TRIP TO HALZELTON
Continuing, Dr. Sargent said:
"I certainly consider trousers a
suitable and useful costume for women, especially for working women.
Trousers are not a bit more Indecent
or immodest than any other costume.
I dare say that trousers would be
far more proper than some of the extravagant costumed that have bp-'
come part and parcel of the fashionable  woman's  wardrobe  of today.
Why Change  Is  Desirable.
"Trousers are well known as being a far more hygienic thing than
are skirts. They do not gather dust,
since they sweep clear of the ground
at all times. They do not catch all
kinds of disease germs, and tbe danger of Infection thus Is greatly diminished. Moreover, I think that the
wearing of trousers would do away
with corsets, which alone ought to
commend them to thinking women.
"That trousers give greater freedom to the body ls self-evident. Any
one who has seen some of our young
stenographers will readily see the advantage of trousers.
"Sitting, standing, walking and
running, the trousers have the advantage over the skirt always for
ease and comfort."
to  the  building and  scattered tbem-, to which large numbers subscribed to
selves and rushed into all corners of, &��� annexed to the United States. The
largely
Story of the Sardine.
The sardine has been honored
with a history, the writer being no
less a personage than a member of
Societe Academlque of Nantes. The
sardine in the early days was brought
In ln small boats. Then came a pollce ordinance In 1738 In the Interest of the poorer classes against the
monopdllatv ^Owing -to 'the (police
ordinance the sardine was a source
of livelihood to the Bretons, Joseph
Clllln, whose name ls still revered
In Nantes, flrst prepared the flsh with
oil. His venture was a great success and he had many imitators. In
1835 there was something like a crisis
tn the sardine Industry. Millet, who
was the chief curer. had hls factory
Indcted as a nuisance, but the difficulty was overcome by removing it
from the centre of the town to the
shore.
It. The members of the house were
apparently panic stricken by the rush
of these desperadoes, who were disgracing themselves and tbe British
cause. The house was given up to
the rioters, and one of them took the
speaker's chair and pounded with his
gavel and announced: "I dissolve the
house." In some way, no one can tell
how, fire broke out ln the building,
and within fifteen mlnuteB the structure was beyond rescue. Attempts
were made to save it, but those who
took part In this attempt almost lost
their lives. By eleven o'clock the
whole building had been consumed,
including two great libraries and a
large store of public records.
Five Days After the Fire.
Five days after the fire the fury' of
the public began to abate, and yet,
i when the asaembly which was then
I meeting in the Beausejour market
asked Lord Elgin to come to receive
their thanks for his action, again the
I bad eggs were thrown at him, and he
was subjected to rather personal indignities. In Toronto there was
similar rioting. Nearly all of the
clubs to which Earl Elgin belonged
regarded themselves as disgraced by
having hls name on the rolls, and
solemnly voted to erase lt. One of
these clubs thought lt ought to return
his subscription of ten pounds, and
notified him to that effect, but De-
cause of lack of cash It could only
promise that this amount should be
returned.
Conservatives  Ask for Annexation.
A monster memorial was drawn up
agitation,  however,  was  largely confined to Montreal, although for a time
made some headway ln the parts of
Upper Canada recently settled.
CANUCK.
Smoking Conceit
(Continued from page one)
Pathfinding, at least tn the west, Is
no boy's work���neither is lt a "Joy
ride' or i^nlc exaurslo^ ./That
much may be guessed after a glance
at the list of the Impedimenta of a
western pathfinding party.
Highway pioneering here means
not merely thetraclng and locating
of a definite route over which other
automobiles shall travel later, but
usually nlacea before the good roads
enthusiasts the necessity of building
their own road for a part of the distance. It metms real exploration,
and while such undertakings are filled with Interest, they demand a considerable quantity of actual man's
toll.
A typical Instance that Illustrates
the | oint, Ib the paraphernalia carried by the ear. now endeavoring to
establish a land route to Hazelton,
B. Cf, which up to the present time
hm�� rtarrarr been visited by a motor car
or horse-drawn vehicle traveling all
the way by land.
What the  Party Carries.
Here Is a list of the equipment carried by this car when It left Ashcroft. B, C, on the final lap of its
its loon-mile trip, under the auspicea
of  the  Pacific  Highway  Association:
Two hundred feet of flve-etghths-
lnch  nianlla rope.
Set  of two-way  blocks.
Big   single-hand   crosscut   saw.
Axe and hammer; water bucket,
cup anil food to last the party of
three for at least a week.
Extra   thirty-gallon   gasoline  tank.
Set of skid chains and forty feet of
one-half inch chain, to be wrapped
arnuml wheels.
Full set of tire casings and one
dozen   inner   tubes.
Blankets,  sleeping  bags.
Camera  and  camera supplies.
Ritle, two revolvers and ammunition.
Full   set   of  repair   tools.
No Tent  Required.
No tent ia taken. The car already la loaded to capacity, and
moreover, the tent is unnecessary.
When they step In the open over
night the car top is removed and
Spread above their beds. A good, secure protection is thua afforded, the
long rope, which during the day is
used in getting over bad stretches of
road, being used to tie down the car
top under which the members of thc
party are to Bleep.
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drafted something like twenty-flve
years ago.
Altogether the night was a splendid
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wended their way homewardB ln the
wee hours of the morning after a
great time.
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English  Lose  at Tennis.
New York. Sept. 11���America
scored heavily Saturday In the first
series of preliminary matches) to determine whether players of this country or of Great llrltaln shall constitute the challenging team for the
Davis International Tennis Cup, now-
held by Australia. Two matches in
singles were played on the turf
courts of the West Side Tennis club,
and both were won by the Americans against whom were pitted two
of the British players.
The matches were close, each taking the full limit of five sets. W. A.
Lamed, American champion, defeated
C. II. Dixon, Kngland. 6-3, 2-ti, 6-3, 2-6,
In the last match, M. EJ, McLough-
lin of California defeated A. II. Lowe.
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These victories give the Americans
two points out of the series of five
matches of which the doubles follow
today and the other singles on Tuesday.
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of the Hemlnway gymnasium, Harvard.
"Tbey give freedom of movement;
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some of our latest gowns, and they
are in every way more desirable for
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PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
Wednesday, September 13, 1911
UU1IER ADDRESSES
WINDSOR ELECTORS
AL! "RITISHERS ARE
DROUGHT TO oAfETY
Tells of Manufacturers Interests and
Explains  Opposition  of the  Conservatives.
First Direct Dispatches Received from
Cheng Kiang Since Reports of
Rising.
Windsor, Ont.. Sept. 12.���Sir Wilfrid Laurier is coming among his own
again. Saturday afternoon French-
Canadians, from Longe Polnte to
Sandwich, jammed themselves in a
sweltering crowd on Oulette Square
to greet the premier. Their numbers
were increased by English-speaking
sections of the country, till tho
crowd swelled to ten thousand. All
down the line people from the little
French villages emptied themselves
onto the station platform to cheer the
premier ln his private car. Only
once did Sir Wilfrid show himself
and that was to wave his cap at the
fruit packers at Tecumseh, who had
piled themselves across the front of
their big building, temporarily suspending operations. In a moment the
word that the premier was visible
spread through the train and the vestibule of the car in front was packed
with eager travelers.
Sir Wilfrid stayed in the car until
after lunch. About two thousand people c:ime across from Detroit and on
the nlatform were Senator Smith, of
Michigan, and W. A. McRae, chairman of the Detroit Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Dewar, Liberal candidate ln
North Essex, spoke llrst, deprecating
the annexation cry. More than half
the voting men In the country dealt
with' the States and he wondered .
whether they were less loyal. If the
States were so keen to annex Can- |
ada and could do so by Increasing
her trade with us It was within
her power to do so at once by throwing down the tariff bars.
"I am sure ladies will approve of
free trade." said Dr. Dewar. "they
carry on free trade every day ln spite
of tiie customs." |
A. 11. Clarke. Liberal candidate In
South Essex, declared that he was
British born, bnt that he did not fear
reciprocity, "Would it not be even
more loyal to take off taxes or lines
on trade and use the money so saved
in building up the country?" ho ;
asked. I
Sir Wilfrid was given the custom-
ary address and bouquet with its ac- I
companylng kissing and spoke imme-
diately afterward.
"En Francais," shouted impatient
Frenchmen.
"Not immediately; in a moment,"
Sir Wilfrid replied, in the same lan-
gtia.ee.
"I feel that lt is proper than peo-1
pie  should   respond   more  generously ,
on   this  occasion   than   ever  before." \
aald the premier in thanking bis auditors  tor  the reception  given   hlm.
"It Is not a tribute to ase,  because j
1  am   the  embodiment    of  what    has j
been   in   tbe mind  of  the   Canadians ,
for years.    We feel that there should j
be  better  and   freer  trade   with   thfl
people who share this continent with '
us."
Declaring that reciprocity has been
the  national   desire   since  Confedcra- ,
tion, Sir Wilfrid told tne story of uie '.
pilgrimage   from   Washington   to   Ot- j
tawa. The premier spoke a few words i
of warm praise to the memory of Sir \
John  A.   Macdonald.  and  added-.     "It 1
Is  a   measure   of   personal    gratifies-1
tion to me in my old age to bring to '
you   u  concrete   proposal   of   icclproc-
ity   so  long sought   by  my   predeceB- I
sors in vain."
Once    more    Sir   Wilfrid    declared |
thut   tariff   stability   was  desirable  In
Canada.     He  thanked   the  Conserva-
UveS  for the "let   well enough alone" '
cry as a great compliment to the gov- j
ernment.   The men who were here be-
fore   the   French   came,   the   Indians, >
were satisfied   to  "lei   well   enough
alone" ha said.    They were satisfied '
wilh  tbat   yet.    The  policy  was  good
enough   for   Indians;   It   vvas   not    for |
whites. I
"II there is a race on earth which
Is not satisfied to let well enough
alone it is the Anglo-Saxon. Conservatives belong to the 'let well
enough alone' class. They are a freak
of nature not part of the Anglo-Sax-'
on  race." i
Of the annexation cry. Sir Wilfird
said, fl.el me speak of this to Conservatives, for Liberals bave never
been bamboo/led by It. 1 hase never
denied that 1 was an admirer of tho
American republic, Perhaps this was
due to the fact thai when 11 years
old 1 real an American book, a
French translation of 'Uncle Tom's
Cabin.' lt appeared serially in a
Montreal magazine, lt litis been the
goal of my life thai between these
two taces there should be peace and
no emulation bul tha friendly rivalry
of commerce and science. Hy this
we shall give a tine example to the '
world, a noble future to one nation
as tO  the other
"1 appeal to you to put down with
a stern foot the unholy alliance ot
French Nationalists and Knglish-
Bpeaklng Jingoes of Toronto. 1 call
ll unholy and the world Is not Strong
for  tliere  is  evidence  every   day   that
such an alliance exists,    in Quebec
1  am  going  to  defend   myself  against
the  charge  that   I  am  an   Imperialist.
whereas in Ontario it is said on the
platform, bui in back townships and
private conferences, thai I am sacrificing the empire to the interests of
Quebec. I have bten leader of the
Liberal party for twenty-three years
and 1 challenge an> man to say that
1 have ever sought to advance the
cntise by appeals to any rate or creed.
My only inspiration, my only appeal is to men of good will of all
races and creeds.''
Pekin, Sept. 12.���The British lega-
t ion received a telegram today stating that the first party of refugees
from Chengtu arrived in safety at
Suifu.
Evidently these refugees, all of
whom the dispatch says were Biitish
citizens, came down the river by junk
and were met by a British gunboat.
Seventeen British refugees have
arrived at Sulfu. Most of them are
women and children.
A delated dispatch to the British
legation, dated Cheungtu, September
t, says:
"The other missionaries remain at
Cheungtu upon the advice of the viceroy who is confident. The troops
easily repulsed both the attacks on
the government house and the later
attack on the gates of the city." The
government for four days past has
tried ln vain to communicate with
Chengtu.
Rebellion in Chengtu.
Cheng Kiang, Western China, Sept.
12.���A serious rebellion has occurred
in the district of Chengtu. The Bolsters refuse to obey instructions and
are trying to bring force against the
government control of the railway.
The schools are closed.
Business ts suspended and inless
the uprising is checked it may lead
to general rebellion.    Conditions are
precarious.
This ls the '*rst  direct  cablegram
from  Cheng  Kiang,  in  the  heart  of
Western  China, since  recent    alarming reports of a native uprising and
the danger to a large number of Can-
! adlan and  American missionaries lo-
I cated in that remote section of China.
|    For  many days all  communication
' has been cut off from the disturbed
district.   The cablegram is responsive
to  cable  inquiries  sent  on  Saturday
and  gives reassurance  that the mis-
I sionaries who have sought refuge at
Cheng   Kiang  are  not  in   immediate
''anger,  althoogh their  situation continues to be serious as a result of the
rebellion now in progress.
More Disorders Today.
Kankow, China, Sept. 12.���As a result of a skirmish between Chinese
troops and rioters at Sze Chuen, about
forty men are dead at that place today. A strike is now in progress
there and the markets are closed.
Despatches from the scene of tho
trouble state that many revolutionists
I are taking part in the disorders.
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been organized at Aberdeen, Wash.,
Henry J. Pierce, of Spokane, ig in
Portland today conferring with local
mlllmen. A meeting to consider the
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early next week.
Such a combination as Is planned
would practically control the lumber
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Westminster Trust  Building.
SPIRITUALIST SERVICE.
A Spiritualist Service will be held
at Mrs. J. Clarke's residence, Inman
avenue. Central Park, Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock.   All aie welcome.
MEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
SERVICE
rime Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:0S���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday) .23:00
t:*0���Vaneouver *rla  B. C.  K   R.
.. -_    .. ***a**r ��capl Suaday). .' soo
IS: 00��� Vaacouvm- via. B. C. K. R.
(daily   eaoepc   Bunday). .11: is
'.8:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally excep.t  Sunday)..lfi:00
8:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.  R.
(dollar except Sundav). .  8.00
13:00���Victoria  via   B.  C.   E.   R.
Idaily except Sunday ) .it: 15
7:30���United Stales via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)   . 9.45
15:16���United States via G. N. R.
idaily except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All points east and Europe   Idaily)   g;3o
22:30���All peints east and Europe   (dally)    H:00
10:18���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)        8:30
80:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills tdally except
Sunday)       1400
10:48���Coquitlam    (daily   except
Sunday)        830
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       n ls
1400���East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Timberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13 30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,       Wednesday
and   Friday             14-30
10:00���Ladner. Pott Gulchon,
Westham   Ialand,  Burt
Villa         14-30
10:00���Annieville.   Sunbury (dally
except Sunday)  .. 11 30
10:00��� Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday    and    Satur-
d">'��    14:30
Down    River    Mail    on    Satutday
closes at 13:30.
10:50���Vancouver,    Piper's   Siding     via     (}.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  O.   N.   R.   (dally   ex-
��� ar.   ���(da,ly *F<��Pt Sunday). 14:00
U:30���Clayten (Tuesday, Thursday.   Friday   and   Sat-
day       14 00
11:30���Tysehesd   (Tuesday   and
- .���   ,, FrWay)        H:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (dally except  Sunday)    2&00
16:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Suaday)   9^5
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Hldge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9^5
Ll: 80���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt
Lehmaa, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Uoper
Sumas, Surrey Centre.
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Mui*rayville,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Majuba Hill, Hand,
via  B.  C.   E.   R.   (daily
except  Sunday)        8'30
15:50���Chilliwack, Cloverdale
and Abbotsford via B
C. E. R. (daily except
Bunday)  17:30
***SS
���HHMWi HM
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*****
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
Sealed Tenders, addressed to the
undersigned, aud endorsed "Tender
for Public liuild.ng, Chilliwack, Ii.
C." will be lece.vtd at tins office u.i-
til 4.UU P. M., on Wednesday, September 20, l'jll, for the construction
of a Publlc Building, Ch.l.iwack, 11.
C.
Plans, specifications and form ot
contract can be seen and forms of
tender obtained at the office of Mr.
Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect,
Victoria, 11. C, at the Post Office,
Cbiliiwack, 11. C, and at this Department.
Pei sons tendering are no 1."led tint
tenders will not be considered unleB-,
made on the printed forms supplied
and  signed  with  their  actual  slgna- j
tures,  staling  their  occupations  and J
places of  residence.    In  tbe case  of
firms,   the  actual  signature,  the   nature of the occupation, and place of
residence of each member of the final
must be given.
Kach  tender  must be accompanied ���
by   an   accepted   cheque   on  a  char-,
tered  bank,  payable to the order of
the Honourable the Minister of Pub-j
He Works, equal to ten per ceat (101
p.  c.)  of the amount of the tender,
which will be forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or
fail to complete the work contracted
for.    If the tender  be  not accepted,
the cbeciue wlll be returned.
The Department does not bind. Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Derarlment of Public Works,
Ottawa, August 80, 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they Insert lt
without authority from the Department.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Notice.
The statutory meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners wil be held
at the Municipal Hall, on Wednesday,
September 13th, 1911, at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon.
Edmonds,  B.C..  September 5, 1911.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
To Contractors.
Tenders are invited for the following work:
(1) Kiver read (near Boundary
road) filling ravine and grading, 16,-
000 cubic yards.
(2) Johnston roa 1 (west of Bridge
No. 1 in D.L. 57), rilling ravine and
grading, 1800 cubic yards.
(3) Grading Royal Oak road (lllver
road to tbe Vancouver road).
Plans and profiles may be obtained
at the Engineer's Office, Municipal
Hall, Edmonds, B.C., on and after
Saturday, September 9, upon deposit
of $5.00, which sum will be returned
to all bona fide tenderers.
Tenders will not be considered unless submitted on official forms an;l
accompanied by a marked cheque for
5 per cent, of the amount of the
tender.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned wlll be received up to 12
noon, September 16, 1911.
WM. GRIFFITHS.
Clerk.
Municipal Hall. Edmonds, B.C.
TERGIVERSATION
IN OPPOSING BANKS
Formerly They Kicked at Tariff Discrimination���Now They Stand for
Anti-Reciprocity   Platform.
DEPARTMENT    OF    THE    NAVAL
SERVICE.
A competitive examination will ve
held in November next at the examination centres of the Civil Service
Commission for tbe entry ef Naval
Cadets for the Naval Service ef Canada;  tbere wlll be 'ii vacancies.
Candidates must be between the
ages of 14 and IS years ea the lst of
January next; must be British sab-
Jects and must have resided, er their
parents must have resided la Canada
for two years Immediately preceding
the examination; short periods ot
absence abroad for purpose ef edaea-
tlon to he considered as reeideaoe.
Successful candidate* will join the
Royal Naval Collate at UaliXex in
jinuiirv next; the course at tba College is two years and the coat te
parents, including beard, lodging, nal-
lorm and all expenses, ts approximately $400 for the flrst year and $-i��
Mor the second year.
On passing out ot College Cadets
wlll be rated Midshipmen, and will
receive pay at the rate of $2 per diem.
Parents ot intending candidates
should make application te th* Secretary Civil Service Commission, Ottawa, before 15th October n*xt.
Further Information can be obtained
on application to tho Secretary, Department of Naval Service, Ottawa.
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not be paid for.
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, August 1st, 1911.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that John Gould, of
Vancouver, B.C., occupation broker,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described I
lands: Commencing at a post planted at a point on the westerly shore of
Green lake, which point Is situate
about 60 chains southwesterly from
the northerly end of the said Green
lake: thence west 40 cbalns, thence
south 40 chains, tueucu east 40
chains more or less, to the shore of
Green lake, thence northerly following the shore of Greeu lake to the
point of commencement, containing
160 acres more or less.
JOHN GREER,
Agent for John Gould.
Dated August 28, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re   the   fractional   northwest  quarter
���f  section    7,   township    11     (121
acres), I^in; ley Farm, part of lot 3,
subdivision or lots 21 and 22, group
t. New Westminster district
Whereas proof of the loss of cer-
tllcate of title number 7721F, issuel
la the name of Colon    V-.Lfcod,   has
heen flled ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published ln
the city of New Westminster. Issue a
dnplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New   Westminster, B.C., July 11. 1911.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Wharf and two Approaches
at Ptince Rupert, B. C." will be receded at thiB office until 4.00 P. M,
on Monday, September 25, 1911, fov
the construction of a Wharf and two
Approaches at Prince Uupe:t, Quarantine Station, Digby Island, B. C.
Plans, specification and form of
contract can be seen and forms of
tender obtained at this Department
and at the offices of 0. A. Keefer,
Esq.. District Engineer, New Westminster, B. C.i and on application to
tbe Postmasters at Prince Rupert and
Victoria, 11. C.
l'cisons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case o".
firms, the actual signature, the nature of tbe occupation, and place of
residence of each member cf the firm
niust be given.
Kach tender must bo accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the older of the Honourable the Minister of Pub Ic Work.;,
equal to ten per cent (10 p. c.) of
the amount of tender, whicli will be
forfeited if tbe person tendering decline to enter into a contract when
called upon to do ho, or fail to complete the contract. If the tender be
not accepted the cheque wlll be returned. .
The Department does not bind itself to accept the loweBt or any ten
By Order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department  of  Public   Works,  Ottawa, August  26,  1911.
(Newspapers will not be paid Tor
this advertisement it they Insert It
without authority frcm the Department).-
CIEARED FROM CUSTOMS
Today; the finest shipment
of Woolens, direct from
Peebles, Scotland.
Your Inspection Invited.
J. IN. Aichlson, Tailor
38 BEGBIE STREET.
I
I    Now  a few Conservative members
I of the recently dissolved House of
Commons professed to be keenly desirous of ending the tariff discrimination of the United States against
Canadian products. They talked frequently of the unfairness of the Americans ln levyng dutieB that were In
many cases double the amount of
those imposed hy Canada on similar
articles. Mr. Wilcox, for example,
who is now standing for re-electio,i
on the anti-reciprocity platform ln
North Kssex, said ln the Commons on
January 19, 1910 (Hansard, page
2174):
"I believe lt Is unfair that I as a
representative farmer' in the riding
of North Essex, growing hay and
horses and cattle, must pay a higher
duty if I wish to take my products
Into the United States than the American farmer has to pay to bring hla
products Into Canada. The American farmer can bring his hay into
Canada at |2 a ton, but I have to pay
$4 a ton to get mine into the American market. I believe that is not a
proper condition of things. Another
instance of the same unfair condition
is the duty on eggs, on which I have
to pay a duty of six cents a dozen
against the American farmer's three
cents a dozen."
Mr. Wilcox has now an opportunity
of removing both duties���the American and the Canadian. But he says
today that two duties are better than
none. The farmers of North Essex
will attend to Mr. Wilcox.
From Frontenac, a hotbed of reciprocity sentiment, Dr. J. W. Edwards
sat in the House as a Conservative.
He, too, saw the unfairness of the
present conditions. On January 21,
1910, he  said   (Hansard, page 2236):
"In 1908 we bought from the United
States   $1,254,704   worth    of    horses.
And what market did they afford our
horses?    They  took  $900,000  worth.
Why was this?   As I stated last session  and  repeat today, lt ls largely
because     our     tarlfl;     discriminates
against   the   Canadian   farmer���that
ls, under the tariff arrangements lt ls
easier   for   the   American   farmer   to
bring stuff into Canada than for the
Canadian farmer to get his stuff Into
the United States.   ...      We imported   7,304,187   pounds    ot    bacon
from   the   United    States    in    1908,
charging   a  duty   of   two  cents    per
pound.   But the Americans put a duty
or five cents per pound on our bacon,
and so we sent into the United States
only 30.294 pounds.
"In    this   great   wheat    producing
country  we  bought  from  the  United i
States   In   1908   6,803.462   busbels    of |
wheat,  which  we allowed to come in
at a duty of twelve cents per bushel.
And   we  sold   to  the    United    States
114,920.   on   which   they   charged   us
the duty of twenty-flve cents a bushel.
I maintain  that that  is a decidedly
unfair pollcy to the farmers ot this
country."
Now when the people of the
United States say, "We will wipe
out our duty entirely lf you will wipe
out yours," Dr. Edwards declares
that to do so would put in peril the
national future of Canada. He is so
doubtful of the loyalty of the people
of Frontenac under free trade in natural products that he Ib prepared to
submit indefinitely to what he recent
ly declared to be a decidedly unfair and they demand a guaranteed mini-
policy. Dr. Edwards, like Mr. Wil-! mum wage of about $7.50 a week. The
cox, will have a hard time explaining ' average  weekly wage  last year  was
his amazing change of attltude.-
ronto Globe.
-To-
PUBLIC   TO   FOOT   BILL
FOR INCREASED WAGE8
$6.09.
TWO NEW PROVINCES.
WHEN MONEY ARRIVES
TO MARCH ON LISBON
London, Sept. 12.���In the agreement which the government effected
betwen the railroads of Great Britain
and their employees and which
brought to an end the general strike
In August, there is a "Joker" which
lifts from the shoulders of the companies the burden of the Increased
cost of labor and places It on the
publlc.
Now that it is too late, the significance of the "Joker" Is understood
and a roar of protest is going up today from shippers all over the country.
The jtovernment concede the railroads the right to Increase rates
which are regulated by an act of parliament. This privilege has never before been enjoyed by the railroad.
Heretofore the board of trade has
never allowed the roads to Increase
their rates because they were \
obliged to pay higher wages. j
The promise of the government will
result in a new bill being Introduced
in parliament allowing the railroads
to escape the consequences ot the
strike which they forced upon their
men. and the publlc will be the
"goat."
The railroad rates are so high that
It is cheaper to ship cabbage across
the   North   sea   by   boat    to  London
than to bring tbem into the city by
rail  fifty miles out of town.
[     If the raltronds  shift the entire increased  cost of labor on  to tbe ship- ,
rers it will cost tbem an added $40.*
oon.OOO  a  year.       There are 622.000
railroad men In the United Kingdom.
British Columbia and Ontario Created   Portuguese Royalists Plan Attack on
by General Synod.
London,  Ont.,   Sept.   12.���The
an-
gllcan general synod has separate!
the dioceses in Ontario from the ec
cleslastlcal province of Canada and
has formed them Into an eccleslasti
cal province. It also consented to
the construction of an ecclesiastical
province of British Columbia. Each
province wlll have as a presiding offlcer, a metropolitan with the title of
archbishop.
The synod on Saturday discussed
the report bf the Sunday school commission. Bishop ae Pencier preached
on Sunday ln All Saints' church,
Windsor, and Archdeacon Pentreath
at St. Marys, Ont.
Capital���Money Borrowed   in
England.
Lisbon. Sept. 12.^As soon as a
loan of $2,500,000 arrives from Brazil
and England this week, the. Royalists,
who are today gathering at Orense.
will march oh'the capital. They have
5000 men armed, forty pieces of heavy
artillery and two aeroplanes, from
which bombs threaten to be dropped.
The republic, however, has 22,000
soldiers loyal to the new government,
and who eagerly await an attack.
ANTI-HOME RULE PLAN8
FOR  BELFA8T CAMPAIGN
Belfast,   Sent.   12.���A   spectacular
campaign against home rule will  bo
Inaugurated  in  Ulster,  8ept.  23.    A
��� . ..       , .     .       .        1 monster procession In which Vt Is pre-
Frequent earthquake shocks have\a,ctea 20��,ooO Unionists will pnrtlcY-
been felt In the fifty-two hours andlpate representing ten districts, will
two new craters have been opened I march {our abreast, to Cralgavon,
near the summit. Clouds of smoke
are pouring from the crevasses and
ashes are erupted continuously.
Fear Activity of Aetna.
Catania. Sept. 12.���People living in
the vicinity of Mount Aetna today are
greatly alarmed on accounl   of   tho
volcano showing a revival of activity.
County Down, the residence of Captain James Craig, M. P., each section
headed   by   a   brass  band.    There  a
mass meeting  will  be held, address-
Two Are Drowned. ed by a number of leading anti-home
Winnipeg, Sept. 11.���A double drow  rule members of parliament.
Winnipeg,     Sept.     12.���A     double      It is planned to adopt   resolutions
. drowning  fatality  occurred    on    the pledging    the    Orangemen    to    flght
I Red river here last evening when  W.   against home rule, even to the extent
f M.    Hatton.    Jarvice    Marshall    and   ot armed resistance.
I James   Nicholson,   campers   at   'liver      Similar  demonstrations   are    being-
park   were upset out of a boat. James   arranged   to   be  held   throughout   Ul-
Nicholson   was  the    only    one ot the   ster before  the  reassembling   ot par-
three to be saved.                                       llament In October.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Health Department.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
| THE  DAILY NEWS.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest ii paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms.   ::   ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS  $48,000,000
Tenders for Garbage Carts and
Wagons.
The Corporation is desirous of rec?
iving tenders for garbage carts and
wagons for the health department.
Plans and specifications can be obtained from the office of the City
Knglneer.
Sealed tenders to be delivered to
the undersigned by 5 o'clock on the
ISth day of September.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Cle:k.
September 6, 1911.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve        fi.900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending ln Canada fro'" Mie
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cub*,
throughout the Island, also In
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities ln the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Dressmaking
Tailor Suits, Evening Dresses, all
beautiful patterns, Just received from
Paris.
Perfect flt guaranteed.    See
Mrs. Gaultier
Lavery Block.
SAGE AND SULPHUR.
Made Her Look Twenty Years Younger
READ MRS. HERRICK'S SWORN STATEMENT
Statp of Xew York
County of Monroe
Rochester, N. Y.
Nancy A. Herrick, being duly sworn, deposes and
says: When I was a girl I had a head of heavy, long,
dark brown hair which was the envy of my friends and
which attracted the attention and remarks of strangers,
but as I grew older it commenced to come out. When
my hair was quite thin and gray, I was induced by the
i lany good reports I had heard of Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur to try a bottle; and you can imagine my satisfaction when I found my hair was fast coming back to its
natural condition. I continued to use Sage and Sulphur
until my hair was as heavy, dark and smooth as when I
was a girl of sixteen. It is now four years since 1 began using Sage and Sulphur and my hair is in splendid
condition.
Sworn to btfors ms tkis 14O*
day ��fj*ly, 190s'.
^>*r* P*.klir_ *
fhdtiyPuMic.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
���15 Columbia Street.
B. C
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectior. s
'Phone R672
You Can Look Years Younger by Using
W YET H'S'
saGE^SULPHu*
HAI  R   REMEDY
It is an Elegant, Refreshing Dressing
It Makes the Hair Soft and Glossy       It Quickly Removes Dandruff
It Stops Hair Falling and Makes the Hair Grow
It Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color"
PRICE 50c. AND $1.00 A BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS
11 your druggist docs not keep ll, send ns the price ta stamps, and we wlll send
yon a large bottle, express prepaid.
,   Wyeth Chemical Company, 74 Cortlandt St., New York, N. Y.   ���
f*nrr    A Mc Cake ol Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Toilet Soap Free to anyone who will send
flltt   us this advertisement wilh 10c in stamps to cover cost ot wrapping nnd maiiinB the soap.
i
��� *        PAGE EIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS.*
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911
AMUN1TI0N
USE
Dominion
Cartridges
Regal
Sovereign
and
Crown
Sold by
City News
Liberal  committee    rooms,    'Phone
64,  over Daily  News Office, opposite
The summer resorts  along Semiahmoo bay are fast being 4����>ji��WW;
\ The case of J. Freda, an Austrian,
rharued with wounding with attempt
to kill has been adjourned for a week
tin order that an Interpreter may be
secured.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Ua^   Ml/   st \h
*T3l
-Sin
There is nothing so important in life as the preparation
for DEATH. Nogoodbusi-
nes man will omit the getting
of his affairs his shape so as
to avoid complications when
he dies. Have you paid
enough attention to the matter of LIFE INSURANCE?
When you are passing drop In
and let us talk it over. i
Alfred W. McLeod
INSURANGE
a
vited
Down they go! What? The prices
of groceries at Geo. Adams, Columbia
street.    Get in while they last.
William Craig Stewart, formerly an
inmate of the Westminster asylum
committed suicide at his home in
Victoria on Sunday.
Mrs Moore will have fall millinery
opening (opposite post office) Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
The funeral of the late Helen
Jones, daughter of A. F. Jones, ra-
ser Mills, was held yesterday afternoon. D. Murchie and son had charge
of the funeral.
The funeral of the late Annie j
Holmes Mawhlnney, wife of Isaac: L. i
Mawhlnney, of Burnaby Lake, will
take place this afternoon. The deceased lady was horn ln Ontario toi-
tv-flve years ago. Interment will be
at Oddfellows' cemetery.
Misses Connor & McQuarry are
having their fall opening of millinery
today and tomorrow.
The County Court will begin its
sittings here on Friday morning of
this week. Judge Howay presiding.
The civil cases, which number something over thirty, will occupy the
court until Oct. 4. Yesterday afternoon dates were fixed for some of
the cases, while others will be arranged for later. The assizes commence on Oct. 10.
Take the steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday atteinoon. Leaves
Blackman-Ker wharf at 2 o clock. ���*
Fine half acre, southern slope,
within citv limits, good location for
chickens or garden, $!)00, one-quarter
cash. Reid. Curtis & Dorgan .Ot.
I Columbia stret, New Westminster,
B.C.
H. A. Eastman has moved into his
new residence "Stormont" on Third |
avenue, between Fourth and Fifth
street His new home is one of the
most complete and up-to-date in tlie
city, and embraces all mo.lern conveniences.
10CH.8M
\ j.. i n^iqr&i?
The meeting of the Women's Educational club of Columbian College,
announced for netxt Thursday evening is postponed to Sept. 21, when it
is hoped all members will be ln attendance.
j The Ladles of the Maccabees will
hold their regular weekly meeting
this afternoon at three o'clock ln the
Oddfellows Hall. The ceremony of
draping the charter  will  be  carried
|out in respect to the memory or the
I late Sup-erne Commander. Lillian M.
i Holllster, who died ht Port Huron,
Mich., about a month ago.
Extraordinary Suit Offering
TRAVELLERS'   SAMPLE   LOT
Values to $25.00; Special Offer $12.50 Each
ON SALE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
Ladies!
Just a reminder that Exhibition
Is near at hand, and therefore, we
have time for only a few more
Suits, if ordered now.
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New   Westminster.
Mrs. Moore will have fall millinery
opening (opposite post office) Wednesday and Thursday of this week. ���*
Th��   VV.   A.   ot   Holy   Trinity    will
hold   an   afternoon   ttsss   at   the    rest
dence  of   tt.   K.   Chapman.- Third  a
nue.   on   Thursday   afternoon   irons
to fl.    The ladles extend a cordial '
vltatlon  to all.
A choice selection of New
Serges Worsteds and Tweeds for
Suits and Topcoats.. Also a large
assortment of the season's.
latest Novelty Suitings
viz:
Homespuns and
Donegal Tweed
They are handsome, smart looking, stylish suits such
as you would have to pay double this figure for in
the usual way. We secured them at a good discount.
Now is your time to save at even a greater reduction.
Every garment is perfect; mostly all of the newest
cuts. You have only to see these values to become
convinced of the big savings these suits offer.
Come Early and Get the Pick.
Women's Suit of fine Panama cloth. In shades of
blue, plum and grey. Coat semi-fitting style with
satin lining. New Skirt panelled, with pleats on
side.    Special Sale   $12-50
Suit of Black and White mixture. Empire effect.
Trimmed with buttons. Inlaid velvet collar and
cuffs. New panel skirt, dark grey" only. Coat silk
lined.     Special sale  $12.50
Women's Tweed Suits, tailored style. Double
breasted with patch pocket. Coat satin lined.
Skirt with side pleats and inverted box pleat at
back.    Special Sale  $12-50
Suit of Diagonal Cloth. Fancy cut over hips. Semi-
fitting style. Skirt with fancy pleats from knee
down op each side. Trimmed with buttons. Whit*
satin   lined.     Special Sale $12.50
resi-
I ave-  I
om   3   I
al in-   I
�����
The Hecla Furnace
Fuse Jointed;
No Smoke; No Gas;
LOTS OF HEAT
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214  Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
J.  Herbert, who on  Monday pleaded guilty before Judge Howay to hav-
uk stolen a nold watch at Chilliwack
will he sentenced on Friday.    Harvey
Long, charged with an attempt to es-
I cape  from  cut-tody,   will  he  tried  at
I the  assizes.    The    case  ot  J.  Currle,
who   was   committed   by   a    Langley
1 magistrate on a charge of theft, will
1 be heard again in a week's time, sentence being deferred. ,
Down they go ! What ? The prices
of groceries at Geo. Adams, Columbia
I street.    Get in while they last.      **
The fishing report is becoming daily
shorter. The following are the returns for yesterday: Bellingham, did
not flsh; Brunswick, 700(1 humpbacks
and X00 cohoes; Scottish Canadian,
15,000 humpbacks and 1000 cohoes;
Imperial. TOO cohoes and 11,000 hump,
backs; St. Mungo, 13,000 humpbacks
and 6500 cohoes.
Mrs. Harriet G. Moore lias the honor to invite the ladies of New Westminster to her fall opening, which
will take place today (Wednesday)
and will tie continued on Thursday.
Mrs. Moore has secured the newest
and the Lest in all kinds of millinery,
and her display will be a revelation
to callers. **
Three women of tlie restricted district were yesterday bjrpught before
Pollce Magistrate Edmonds charged
oil the information of Chief Bradshaw
with bavin-' sold exclseable liquors
without having the necessary license, j
The trio pleaded guilty and were each J
mulcted in a line of $2QQ.
Jailer Charles I'itti n lrigh left yes-j
terday for bis annual  vacation.
This evening the monthly meeting '
of the Westminster Trades and Labor j
council  will  lie  held  in  the Temple
on Fourth avenue.    The session will
he   called   to   order   at   eight   o'clock
promptly,    Matters of importance will I
he  brought  to the  attention of    the J
respective delegates.
In TOPCOATINO wa hav* the
naw DOUBLE-FACED CLOTH and
HEAVY SCOTCH  TWEED  In her
ringbone effect. They are beauties.
Lest You Forget,
Call Now.
GALVIN
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
46 Lorne Street, New Westminster.
Millinery Openin
WEDNESDAY,  THURSDAY  AND   FRIDAY
Conner & McQuarrie
Parlors Above This Store.
See Window for Models.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         |14.400,000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
|     Branches througnoul    Canada    end
! Newfoundland,  ana   In  London,   Kng
i land, New York, Chtcago and Spokane,
| U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A. general
baaklng    business    transacted.    Let/
ters of Credit Issued,   available   wltb
correspondents In   all    parts ot   the
world.
Savings Bank Dspartmem���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rale).
Total   Assets  over  1186,000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
The Dr. Scholl's
FOOT ��� EAZER
Corrects fallen arches, sustains week insteps, relieves
corns, bunions, callouses and
all   foot  afflictions.      Also
BUNION-RIGHT
A practical Invention that instantly and permanently rights
bunion  troubles.
SEE OUR WINDOW.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Change In Polling Stations.
Public   notices   have   been   posted
announcing   the   following    changes |
in polling stations:
Polling Station  No. 2���148 Clinton '
Street, Hastings Townsite, instead of
W.   V.   lira-Ishaw's   house,   Triumph '
street. j
Polling Station No. 21���Thrift's
Hall, Hall's Prairie, instead of Harper's house,  Hall's  Prairie.
$600 Cash
Secures a Home
(S7I)���Why continue to ray rent when a small payment will gi.-o
you possession of your own home ? We have just secured Fa!e of a
nice tidy cottage clo^e to car line, which is one of the best buys
in the city today. The lot is 0(1x132 with lane In rear, and ls on)
of the few large lots left in t ;o vicinity. Although the house is not
fully modern It has electiic light and city water service. Additional
conveniences may be Installed without heavy expense.
Stop Paying Rent.
Secure this home and be your own landlord.
A home is the best savings bank you can have.
Secure this home and be your own hanker.
If you have not the full amount of $000 we may make the terms
INTERURBAN TRAMS      EXCURSION TO
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 6, G;45
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter untll 11 p.m. Sunday leaves at 6, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at  Kburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Chilliwack and way
points at B a.m., 1:06, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m.
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on its Fraser Valley
line.
Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS  TO
TAKE   THIS   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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Safety
f?rtrrk*o   Gillette,  Autostrap,
MXUZUTb   Claug>      Ever.Ready
���:
Also Boker Razors in several styles.
AT
���
Ry all's Drug Store jj
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN
PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK       ' !���
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN  TORIC BIFOCALS,
t*4*��*��>.<��>������*����.��������������������eeeeeses>eeee��*eeeee��4e
to suit the capital you have.
Young Wctnan to be Raffled.
St. Louis. Sepl. 12.���A young woman whose identity is "shroiide 1 In
mystery" bul who is guaranteed to be
beautiful, sweet tempered, and a gool
cool; nnd housekeeper, will bo raff ���!
Off al the carnival <*! the Immaculate
Conception church al Maple wood In-
day. There lni* been a great rush
for tickets, which aro Fold only to
marriageable young men.
P
rice
$1600
3 f J. Hare & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
W. R. GILLEY, Phona 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
&��&*&,*���*;��
Phones, Office 15 and II.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE8SED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,      W. P. H. BUCKLIN.
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President. Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
��� LUMBER CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturer*  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
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