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THE LARGE DEMAND FOR
Lt>*8 AT WHITE ROCK SHOWS
TI.E POPULARITY OF THIS
RE80RT. ALL TRAINS 8TOP
THERE.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 153.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENT!.
WILL BUILD STATIONffj;
L-A
At Commissioners Order As
Soon as Title Perfect.
NO MORE BLOCKED SHEETS
Plans for Shunting at 8appertan Will
Relieve Front Street���Discrimination in Rates.
VMS
ARE SCHEDULED
Big  Meetings  in  Interests    of    John
Oliver Held Tonight at Sapperton and West End.
According to an announcement appearing elsewhere In this Issue there
wlll be two public meetings ln the
city tomorrow (Tuesday) evening ln
the Interests of John Oliver, the Liberal candidate, and Reciprocity. Both
meetings will be opened at eight
o'clock, one in Johnston's Hall, Sapperton, and the other In St. Barnabas
parish room, Firth Avenue. The
speakers will be Alex Henderson,
late commissioner of the Yukon; J.
B. Kennedy, ex-M. P.; A. B. Clabon
and George Kennedy, president of
the local Liberal Association.
John Oliver, owing to district engagements, cannot be prestnt at
these meetings, but wlll address tbe
grand mass meeting in the Opera
House on Thursday evening, September 1, which will also be addressed
by F. T. Congdon, late member for
the Yukon, and other speakers.
Launch Catches Flre.
No. 1 Flre Hall had a run at 4:30
yesterday afternoon in response to an
alarm sent in trom Lulu Isand bridge,
where an old gasoline launch had
taken flre. On arriving at the scene
the firemen found that they could not
reach the burning craft as It had been
towed qtit Into the river a considerable distance from the shore. The Inside fittings of the launch were badly burned out but the hull may ke
used again.
The complaints of the city of Wes -
minster against the G. N. R. Co. occupied the Railway Commission in Vancouver at their Satutday morning
sittings. The question of the inadequate accommodaton sui piled by ths
.<; N. R. and subsidiary companies at
their local station was bi ought up by
Mayor Lee and City Solicitor McQuarrie, representing the city. The may- j
or Btated that after a great deal of |
persuasion by the municipal authorities they had at least secured the
promise from the railroad to commence .the new station this year. A.
H. MacNeill, K. C, representing the
G. N. R. explained to tbe commissioners that an appropil.it on for this
purpose bad gone through some time
ago. but that owing to difficulties in
getting the title of the site satisfactorily aranged the company's work
had been unavoidably delayed. He
assured tbe board that as goon as the
title trouble had been clear.d up, the
work would go on without delay. The
company was in a position to complete the whole structure in six
months' time from the date of commencement. Tbe application was al
lowed ot stand over for the present,
but lt was Intimated tbat application could again be made to the Com -j
mlsloners were there further delay
subsequent to the ac luisltion of goo 1
title.
The city's complaint  against the G
N.   Co.   for shunting  their    cars  on
Front  street  was  considered  by  tlie,
board  and  an order given  that  the!
practice must cease.   The city object-j
ed to the cars of tbe G. N. R., C. P.
R. and B. C. E. R. being allowed ta
stand   on   this   street  iu   strings,  obstructing the traffic by blocking the
street  ends and the entrance to  the
market.    The  Great   Northern    Company   was  given   thirty   days   to   filo
plans for a new Interchange, and untll
this is done all care must be taken
to prevent the blocking ot stro.i ends.
The application of the city to bo
relieved of the payment of a sliaie of
the cost of maintaining the watchmen (or the prelecting of the Norm
Road crossing Just outside the city
limits waa refused by tbe commissioners. The city solicitor on behalf
of the municipality based hli reasons
for complaint on the fact that the
road had existed long before th? railroad had arrived, and the latter bad
been the cause of the dungcr to tbe
users of the road. While thc commissioners agreed as to the cause of
the danger, tliey would not make anv
exception to their rule of ordering tho
municipalities to pay a proportion Oi | a conference took place on SatUrdaj
the burden. Westminster must, as is; ft .noon ln t_*e Vancouver Hotel b��
the   l-ast,   pay   twenty-five   per   cent ����������,i
of the cost of the watchmen, and tween representatives of the Vancou-
Burnabv fifteen. ��� Commissioner Ma-1 ver and Westminster clubs, the re-
bee stated that lf the railroads ln| snectlve captains and the newspftpar-
Canada were compelled to pay thej men who have been present at every
whole cost of protecting the crossings   match   this     season.      Tne     various
THE MARGIN OF ADVANTAGE
COMES TO LOCAL MILLS
Reciprocity Will Improve the Lumbering Business���Prominent Manager Talks on Tariff Changes���Plans Being
Considered for Additions to Small-Bucklin Plant.        \
Counterfeiters In Spokane.
Spokane. Wn , Sept. 2.���A counterfeiters' den, which has been in operation in the city for some time, was
discovered today following the finding of a number of counterfeit nickels
on a prisoner arrested today for larceny. A complete outfit for the manufacture of counterfeit money on a
wholesale basis was found and three
men, believed to be the gang In
change of  the outfit,  were arrested.
SPECIAL CONFERENCE
Joe Lally Asks for Lacrosse
Meeting      ���***-.
DISCUSS   MOOTED   POINTS
. i /- .
Noted   Referee   la   Firm���No   Rough
Play Allowed���Goal Judges and
Timekeepers   Chosen.
At the express wish of Joe Lally,I
"From ray point of view I cannot
see that reciprocity wlll do any la-
Jury to the local lumbering business.
On tbe contrary I think thete will be
a considerable margin of advantage
on our side."
'1 his summarizes the opinion of
E. H. Bucklin, president and general
manager of tbe Small &. Bucklin
Lumber company, of this city, in conversation with a News iepre��enta-
tlve, wbo asked for his views concerning the proposed tariff changes
from the lumberman's standpoint.
The suggestion in Mr. Bucklln's
presentation of the case waa that the
hostility at present discovered on
both sides of the line to the proposed
tariff changes will disappear when
the effect of them comes to be tested
by experience. The anomoly exists
at present, said he, that lumbei men
on both sides of the line are showing
opposition to the changes for the
same cause. In Washington they
fear the competition of British Columbia, and in British Columbia the
position is just the reverse.
In discussing the situation generally, Mr. Bucklin remarked that the
southern supply of timber, according
to reliable computation, will be practically exhausted in seven or eight
years, and the Atlantic seaboard,
which sjt present draws its building
material'chiefly from this Bource, will
then be supplied largely from the
Paciflc coast. The rates fiom Biltisn
Columbia through the Panama Canal
to the Atlantic seaboard, "in forelg-.
bottoms, will be as low or lower than
the rates from Puget Sound ports.
For this reason a movement was now
being made looking to the subsidizing of American sbiis for the pu pose
of enabling the mills on the other
side to compete with British Columbia
mills in the Atlantic seaboard markets.
Looking at the question from ths
more  Immediate  and   local   point   of
view, Mr.  Bucklin intimated that an
abnormal demoralization of the markets on the other side was responsible, ln great measure, for the competition ln rough lumber ln the Canadian   prairie   provinces    which   now
came from American sources.     Tbe
demand for lumber, he pointed out,
was  subject  to  general  trade Conditions and  with  ea   improvement   ot
these conditions the demand for lumber ln the American markets would
sympathetically Improve.    During the
years 1906 and^.1907 for Instance the
prices of rough lumber on the other
side were higher than they are here
at the present time and considcablo
quantities of  it  were  shipped   from
British Columbia Into those markets
during that period. The demoralization which obtained on the other side
at present was due to a quietude In
the export trade, temporary dislocation of business following the investigations which have been going on
there, unsettled political conditions
which could not be Improved until
after tho general elections, and jtiher
causes. <
Considering the the tariff changes
in other ways, Mr. Bucklin   thought1"801 aB an 0,rjce
ANOTHER HUGE FIRE
STAGGERS NELSON
The  Halls   Mines Smelter  is  Gutted
and Loss is Estimated at
$750,000.
Nelson, B. C, Sept. 2. At midn ght
tonight the huge plant, ot the Hall
Mines' Smelter, covering thirtee.i
acres of ground- and one of the largest plants ot its kind tn Canada Is a
mass of blazing crackling rulna. Nothing is saved except the seven miles
of cable running from ths smel.er to
TODAY'S GREAT GAME
Westminster and Vancouver
Fight for Cup
ALL SEATS ARE SOLD OUT
The Royal City Will  Be the
for Sports of Country, Rain
or 8hine.
they would be a great help to tho
local lumi>ering industry. There
would be a tendency to advance the
price of cedar and spruce stumage
Immediately from the fact that the
reduction of the duty on shingles
would open the larger and better
markets on the other side to res.d -n;.
manufacturers. As an ultimate result of the changes an Increased
price of cedar and spruce stumpage
also in anticipation whereof certain
Bellingham  mill  men have   recently
This afternoon at three o'clock
tho Silver King mine on Toad moun- Joe Lally, of Cornwall; Ontario, will
tain and tbe tall blackened chimneys,' send Westminster and Vancouver off
ono of which Is two hundred feet In on the battle ,or supremacy, and lt
height and the one-storey building \ #*&���� ��{�� XSf tf��
Everything else has ever witnessed a lacrosse matca
the huge smclteis, tbe tramway ter- will be on band to see both twelve*
mlnal and dump, the assay office, the! struggle for the long end of the score.
boarding houses and numerous small-1 , JnhreH,j?*"8 *m be( *���. ten"��' ,��*
.   .... ,      . ,_, according to the    original    schedule,
er buildings are a tangle o; bl.zlag the last of the series in the B. C. L. A
timber and twisted 1: on, Tl e disaster! championship for thej season. Owls the work of an incendiary who for! ing to the fact that Vancouver have
the last two weeks has Btarted a doz-1 won five games and Westminster ono
en flies, three of which have entailed  less, the actual position is that should
Westminster, piesident holde s of the
Provincial championship, and world'*
champions, holding the Minto Cup as
enormous lo.,s The plant destroyed
tonight is coi.rervatlvely entlmated tj
have cost to erect $750,000.
lt was only the night before that emblematic of the latter honor, be
purchased large tracts of fir stumpage the Nelson Brewery was burned to j successful today, two post season
in the vicinity of Powell river on the' 'he ground, entailing a loss ot $50,- games will of necessity be played, the
northern  coast  of  British  Columbia.! m> and  previous to that there had  winners to be found by the goal aver-
I presume you know, said he, that' been  burned    a    Chinaman's house, j age ln the two tests.
40 or 50 per cent of the shingle pro-, some stables and outbuildings.    Tho |     Until   the   respective  teams   leave
ductlon of British Columbia has been
marketed on tbe other side. This
trade was cutt off abount two years
smelter was insured for a sum of $50.- their dressing rooms the make-up of
000 and had been lying Idle for tbe the twelves doing honor for the two
past three years.   It had recently be-' cities wlll not be known, tbe manager
ago by the incrased duty Imposed' come the property of a syndicate preferlng to keep secret who ls who
against it. Under the reciprocal: from Vancouver ani it was expected until the last moment. It may safety
arrangement this trade will be re-, that It would start up again within a be predicted tbat Vancouver will step-
stored to our mills. Upper grades of very short time. J out as ln the last two encounters,
shingles are still being sold in the I There ls no clue whatever to the but with, the champions lt Is a differ-
Unlted States, ln further conversa- Incendiary who has been responsible ent matter. Pat Feeney is expected
tion the reporter was surprised to for the long series of fires which to take his place at centre and al-
learn that considerable quantities of have staggered the Inland city. The though this player has not fully re-
spruce and cedar lumber fiom local I very day before the city had offered! covered from his severe attack ot
sources are marketed In the United a reward of $500 for Information lead ; rheumatic fever he is looked to, to
States at the present time. It was ex- ing to the apprehension of the cul-1 play the game of his career for at
plained that the existing tariff on one  prit.                                        i, ..j."jj\ least two   quarters.   That   Manager
inch   bevelled  siding was  $2.52   per I  I Con Jones unquestionably fears Feen-
thousand feet and on one inch stuff I __. ,   . .       ��� ����������.��������.��,*��'ey at number seven is a well-known
$1.25 per thousand feet. The great Mil ll|| II AF If MlpllTC fact, and he raised the question when
bulk of this product which we manu-   \ |||    illlllll 11,1  at  tbe conference  on    Saturday,    ho
facture, he remarked, is sold ou the I vv'
American side.    You will readily see, |
therefore, the advantage that will accrue   through   the   reduction   of  the'���,.
duty.     Our principal market for the Five
upper grades of cedar Is on the other 1
side,   ln Canada the market has not I
ytt developed, the  home buyeis ba-1
ing more aceustomWi to fir. I
During the past year the capacity rVrSSni irV Tlliirr MTOCCD
of the Small-Bucklln mill bas be cn tXtMrLuI TltRtt ULuHllS
Increased   twenty-five  per    cent,  andl*"1^���" �������������**���    ********
Mr. Bucklin intimated that plane were
Hundred
Columbia Here
' \*..-L*.* -
now being considered for a new pl.n-
ing mill, the construction of which
will probably be begun within a few
months. The yearly output of their
lumber mill now aggregates twenty-
two million feet, a considerable increase in production having recently
tuken place. Their cut for the month
ot August totalled two million   feet.
used   by   the   citizens    the   railroads
would be broke within six months.
points were discussed before, during
nnd  after  a luncheon  given  by Con
Jones, and those present were Man-
The whole of tbo  afternoon's  ses-  ager Jones and Captain Harry  God-
kIoii of the Raflway Commission held  frey   (Vancouver),    Alderman    Wells
NEW OFFICES  READY
SATURDAY'S    RALLY,
B.   C.   E.
Company Will Move   in  a John .McKee. In .the. Chair, at. the
Few Days. | Meeting.
The offices in the new B. C, E. R.      Mr. John McKee presided Ht a meet-
depot on Columbia street   are being   ing addressed by the Liberal cand:
After   Mass' In    the   Morning
Lodge Meeting and Conclude
With Great Banquet
Hold
in the city hai. ut Vancouver was devoted to the hearing of the appllca
tion of the Vancouver Hoard of Trade,
endorsed by the Westminster Hoard
ot Trade, asking that the discriminating freights charged by tho C. 1'. It.
should  cease.    The chief  witness fo
Gray and Acting Captain George Itennie (Westminster) and Referee Joe
Lally.
What might with every t:uth be
termed the feature of the conference
was -the uttitu le of the famous Cornwall  official  who has at  the exprcsj
BUOU1U     l-e'UM-. ******     *"'*^*      * -*m              ...... ���      ---     - -
the complainant was the s.cea.y ofl wish of the Westminster champions
the trafflo office <>( the bond of travelled three thousand miles io ref-
trule W. D. Powers, who had! eree the clash this afternoon,
complied a mosl exhaustive treat.bo! Laly stands for uo bickering, smo.lion the statistics ot the C, P. R. in jets unnecessary points and he.d tiie
regard to freight rates affecting thli | various speakers down to the rules
province lie stated that while the of procedure. He early Bhowed that
operating expenses In this province he was out ror the Labor Day game
were- high the net revenue of the and that game only, and no amount
railroad showed a larger proportion- of coaxing would nTike him waver
ate amount on the Paottio division from Ws fixed determ natcn.
than on anv other o:i the ent re sys- Despite the fact that bjth represen-
tein    'lhe difference between the net  tatlves  were  fixed  on  having  Lally
turned into commission, and    In the
course of a  few days    all the local
business  will be    directed from the
one building, instead ot as at present
from a scattered lot of rented looms.
Local   Manager  Elson  has  alieady
got his main office moved and Allan
Purvis,  the   interurban    manager,  is
moving.    The  ticket office, the bag-'
gage office and  the despatchers of-,
fices  will be moved tomorrow.    The
new  home of the  street car  men  is
very elaborate and commodious. Tbe
rotunda, to be used as a pub.ic wait-
i ing room, is a very  large and well
' lighted place conveniently Bltuated to
] the trams as they enter the bui ding.
Across the tracks in  the  triangular.
v ' asked Lally If lt  would be permlsa-
I able to play a man (meaning Feeney>
I for byo quarters and then drop hint
ar_.jt_.M__i      C and have another take his place. The
Ivnigtlts OI [ famous eastern retenee rep ted tbat
i as he was net a medical man be tall-
\ ed to aee-how ae could stop an? pt��T-
1 er treat, going ott to th* side Hnca \t
1 he waa unable to continue.   It ls hard
\ to tell If Jones wlll be content to permit Ernie Murray to cont nue ln.F-sen-
iey'a place la the closing quartern or
' take one ot hla team off to even up
matters.
The Dally News inclines to the opinion that Manager C. A. Welsh wlll
play Charlie Galbraith at point and
Buck Matthal at cover point. That
Johnny Howard will take hts place
and check Newsy Lalonde ls practically a foregone conclusion. In the
Westminster Council No. 1283 hid two weeks which have elasped sinca
as guests yesterday nearly 500 visit-1 the last match between the two
ing brethren of the Kn:ghts of Co- teams, Howard has been showing
lumbus, representing the councils of WOnderful if not brilliant form at
Vancouver and Victoria, toge.he.l practice and is satisfied that the
with a number of fraternal brethren champions will emerge from the
from other points throughout this struggle successfully.
province, the coast cities as far south Although rumors were current in
as Portland, Oregon, and as far east' the Terminal City Saturday night that
as Calgary.    The visitors  were roy- j Tommy   Gifford   would   be   out   this.
A scare-crow is an obj:ct des'gaed
corner" cut oft by tha ca~s is'located J to frighten poor creatures who do not
revenue per mile on the Pacific as
against the eastern division was seven! v-nlne one:hundredths per mllo
more, ln British Columbia, Mr. Powers said, the passenger rate was four
cents per mile west, of Calgary, as
against three cents a mile east of It.
moreover, the divisions east of Calgary, by the system of account adopted, got a proportion of the four cenU
for the post-season games should
Westminster win this afternoon, the
easterner plainly stated that he had
come to this coast for one match only
and would have to retu.n on Thursday at the latest. His business engagements made this Btand absolutely
necessary-
His pointed remark, "Co not ask ma
any further questions on the subjict,
the bagage department. The ticket
offices are off the rotunda while the
upstairs of the new station is devoted
to attractive suites of offices'.
ea, got a prupuiii^n *j* ****? ***.*.* ~~    w...,,   .��. ���.���   ^  -,��� -���-
paid by British Columbia.   In regard) 1 have given my answer,   for a mo-
to the operating expenses charged to] ment  silenced  the    other    speakers
ads    ...  .�� _ .1 1 .1       ����������       1I'\-..���       Af.....*...,*��      L.nnn     i>/imlmh'. il     T   oliv
freight the board of trade    did not
agree with the method the company
adopted to arrive at the rate.
F.  H. Chrysler, K.  C, Ottawa, on
When Manager Jones reminded Lally
that he (Jones) wouid be in a worse
box than ever if Westminster won
Monday and had    to    take referees
r.   u.   v_-nrycn;>��   ���->-   *--,   a,*.***���*������   ������   ...*ra.a.a.j   ���-   --���     ���	
behalf of the C, P. R- gave figures as. other than Lally. the latter gave way
to the cost of freight haulage per mile slightly on a point and asked that he
per 1 000 tons which was as follows: , be given tlme'-until this afternoon���
On Western division   $4.70; to  fuly  consider    the    whole vexed
On  Eastern division  5.45 question.    He mentioned the names
On Central Division   81731 of two men whom he could send from
On Lake Superior Division .. ���,. 3.70 the N. L. U. to handle the games were
On Pacific Division    7-12, it found to bfe necesuary.   The meet
Mr. Chrysler went into further detail with respect to tbe operating expenses in various districts of the
province, and asleed wo'ild not tho
witness  expect<   a    higher  rate  ln
lng then took up the question of the
(Continued on Page Five.)
,        couver Board of Tratle. the commis
places where operating expenses were  sion adjourne 1 until    Monday   when
BUILDING    PERMITS    FOR
AUGUST SHOW UP WELL
The building permits issued for
the month of August while not so
large as those of tho previous month
by some thirty thousand dollar?, were
fully as large as might fairly be ex- agrecultural lands to foreign specula-
pected for a notoriously dull month tors, apparently does not believe that
in this particular line.   The exact to- [ example Is better than precept
date and Mr. George Kennedy on Sat- j alv entertained by the    Westminster i afternoon, Gifford informed the writer
Council, No. 1283, of the order and at a iate hour last night that while-
they spent a very enjoyable day In j,e would like to be on the line up,
the 'city. ! there is not the slightest chance of
The brethren assembled at 8:30 in nim occupying his old position at this,
the morning at I. O. O. F. Ha 1 and  time
paraded to St. Peter's Church where j The seats on the new bleachers
muss was celebrated by Rev. Father wi,jcij were on sale at Herb Ryall's
Joseph R. Bourke, of Portland, Ore- on Saturday ntght have all been
gon. Rev. Father O'Boyle Welcomed t,ought out and those who arrive late
the visitors to the city in a brief ai- wm )lave a mighty poor chance of
dress, after which the knights with- seeins the play.
drew to the hall wheie the first de-1 According to present arrrangetfif��ts
gree was exemplified by the Westmln- the timekeepers and penalty ehedk-
ster Council. After lunch the second ers w(n officiate froth the gralid
and third degrees were put ou by the stand side of the field th's afte noon
Victoria Council and by diet.let depu- an<j tnug tend to keep clear the dress-
ty A.  J.  Bagley.   Seventy-elgbt  n2w'ing room front
brethren were    received    Into mem- j  _	
bershlp. Sand  Bar Removed-
The evening programme t;ok thej Vessels can again make the landing
form of an elaborate bjoquet, held In at Ladner with safety as a result oC
St. Patrick's Hall, at which covers the dredging done In the channel .laat
were laid for upwa ds of 700 guests week by the Fruhling. This ch?x��n��l
The feast, a lengthy one, Including na(1 for the past few months been
many deilcacies, was thoroughly en-1 gradually filled up by a sand bar
joyed. Mr. Peter Byrne, Grand I which made the landing very dltflcuft
Knight of the local councll, acted as'at jow tide. The bar was about 40O
toastmaster, and Mr. R. C. McDonald, | yards wide and ten yards across, but
past grand knight, delivered the ad- the big drelge destroyed It with dea-
urday night.
In the discussion attention was directed chiefly to tne reciprocity question. Mr. KenneJy touched more particularly upon its historical and politi
cal aspects to show the i 'entity of
opinon which had always obtained re
garding it, In the history of Canada.
Mr, Oliver dealt almost e:.c usivelv
with the practical features of th3
agreement as they affected the agricultural industry. Both speakers
were well received and were lis ened
to with marked attention.
A BOON TO CONSUMERS.
know any better, from partaking of
something they want very badly.
The scare-crows erected by tha
Tories to prevent the people from
getting something they want very
badly, namely, cheaper fo;:d, are ie 1-
ly Insulting to the intelligence cf ou.-
people.
The man who tells you that you
must not have anything to do with
the United States, even tn the most
casual way, but who will barter
away tremendous areas of timber an.l
dress pf welcome.
Toasts were proposed as follows:
The Church  M.st Kev. McNe 1
Knighthood in B. C F. J. Sehl
The Ladies
patch.
Date of the Assizes.
In the latest issue of the B. C. Gazette the following appears with re-
 Bros. Roche and O'Hara j gard t0 the next Assizes to be held la
Responsibility of Knighthood     j tbis city:
tal  ls   $103,385    as    compa ed  with I    in spite of tariff walls almort half |      J. D. Byrr.e. ^     Notice Is hereby given that sittings
$134,112  for the month of July, the1 of    our trade    ls    with    the United New Members  Father B;'cK | 0f the Supreme Court for t'ie trail*-
last week  of  the  month  coming in! states.   You cannot back the laws of  Practical Fraternity  A. G. Bagley | acti0n of the business of    Courtsflftf
Knightly Traits ....... Rev. O'Boyle   ABStze and Nisi Prlus and of Oje ��� aad-
with the large figures of $42,885.   Of   nature.
this latter figure the greater part ls I    The stronger each unit of the Em-
mate up by the permit Issued for the | pire,  the  stronger will  be  the  Em-
buliding    of    the      new    Sapperton   pire.    Let each  unit expand accord-
school, which accounts for the sum of   ing to its best requirements.
$33,335.     Building  in   AugUBt,   while      Opponents of reciprocity    s:iy that
everything is in a most satisfactory condition, and that everybody
has all that he can reasonably ask
for, and yet at the same time they
are- moving  Heaven    and    euth  to
never at  what  might    be  called  a
standstill,     ls     for     several     reasons not so active as In many otho.-
months of the   year.     Among theso i
reasons may be cited that most plans |
for building are generally formulated prejudice the minds oMhe working-
in the early months of the year and men against the L^urlor admlnist- ���
the fact that lt is generaly a holiday, tion. Reciprocity is especially and
month by popular selection. | particularly ln the best interests of
Our Visitors...:.. James T. Lawler, Terminer and General Gaol  deliver.,
and L. R. Savage, of Seattle. Bre.; wju j^ held in the courthouse nt Tl
Boyle, E. J. Walsl}, John M, Middei.j o'clock in the forenoon at the places;
of Tacoma, Esrooijd F. McFeeley, D. | and 0n the dates following namely:
G. K., of Vuncouvei, John Hart, G. K..     ciSy of New Westminster, loth Ot*
of Victoria. I tober, 1811.   Civil and Crlralmt'..
Credit should be given where credit , ,.
te due and therefore it is only right.  *�� + *+��������������������������������
that   acknowledgement    should   . ba   + ^.
made ot the fact that the whole ot the  .
banquet to which the Knlgh's of Co-,^
lumbus sat down last night w.is pre- \*y
pared and served by the Ladles' Aux-  *y
llary of the Knights.   It is no won- j .
heavier Ill,e altttawi will 'ie comnleted in or-1    Taking all things Into considers ioi I the worklnsman. It will cheapen fool,   der then that the Minuet vas so n-j*
After hearing further evidence from! der  to   allow   the  commissioners   to   therefore the record for the mouth is   an.l If anything, increase his wages.��� | vorably_ received and    so thoroughly *>
Wlliam Skene, secretary of the Vau- Journey on to Calga-y on Tuesday.
In consequence of today being Labour Day, and therefore
a general hcli'ay throughout
the Dominlirn, there will be no
Issue of the Daily News tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 5.
by no means a bad one.    :-""*���
Victoria Times.
enjoyed by all.
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i PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEW*.
MONDAY, 8EPTEMBER 4, 1911.
Wants
BX.E.E. CONVENTION
GONGLUDES SESSION
both vice-presidents at Montreal ani males, 1;   total, 1.    Died, males,   2
both  operating men.    lt  is also  ru- toial. 2.   Escaped, males, 2;  total, 3.
mored that tbe man who takes this In hospital at the close of the month,
position will be the next president of males, 40!);   females,  181;  total, i;5u.
Canadian  PaclBc.    It ls  most   likely On probation at close of the month,
that the man selected, if he   conies males, 84; females, 30; total. 94. Total
WANTKD���A GIUL, IN THK AKTKR
noon to look after children. Apply
Mrs. Payne, 5(1 Koyal avuiue.
WANTKD���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape Hardening Apply J. S. McKinley   Kdmonds..
One of the Best Annual Meetings Ever
Held���Many Travel from Westminster  Daily.
from the east, will be G. M. Bosworth,
but the piesident says tbe name will
not be annouuced for some lime to
ccme.
BOMB SET FOR WIFE
WOUNDS TWO  SHERIFFS
under   treatment    at dose    of    tbo
month,   males,   D33; females,   311;
total, 741.
W. K. DOHERTY,
Medical Supcrliifi'Udent.
New  Westminster, B.   *.'.,  Sept.   X,
l'Jll.
WHITE STAR 2=SERVICELARGESHkTCMIA0A
SAILINGS   FROM   MONTREAL   AND  QUEBEC  TO   LIVERPOOL
UNTIL NOV. 18, THEN FROM PORTLAND, ME., AND HALIFAX.
WANTED���CARETAKER AND W1K-:
for new Y. M. C. A. building. Ad
drc-ss applications to Will Anderson,
general secretary, Box B98.
WANTED��� ROOMERS AND BOARD*
ers.    Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
WANTED���BUSINESS     MAN     DE-
sires large bed, sitting room, open
fire place, In modern private bouse,
between town and Queens avenue,
not west of Eighth street. Apply
Box J. B., this office.
WANTED���A YOUNG  WIDOW    BE
quires position as housekeeper to
bachelor or widower. Box 24 Daily
News
WANTED KNOWN ���A PUBLIC
spiritualism meeting will be held a:
the residence of Mrs. Clark, Inmaa
avenue, Central Park, near station,
every Thursday evening, at eight
o'clock.    Investigation  Invited.
WANTED BOARDERS���ACCOM MO-
datlon for boarders in private house,
310 Sixth avenue, city.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
house work; family of flve; no children.    Apply 1112 Fifth avenue.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs In this vicinity.   Phone G24.
Last evening the  final meeting of
the B. C. C. E. convention was held I
in (lie First Baptist church.     About
forty    Christian    eudeavorers    went
over from here iu a special car.   Rev.
11. A. Carson took (he chair, and the
meeting opened  with a song service,
led  by  Rev.  I.  W.  Williamson.    Rev.
W. li. (J. Temple, ol Seattle, was then
i Introduced   to  the  convention.      He
1 gave an address on "A Call to Work,
' taking as bis text, "Follow me and 1
will  make you  Ushers of men.    Tbe
j speaker very strongly denounced tbo
Christian    who    bas    faith    without
work, as Christ said:    "He who haa
faith without works is dead.    Do the
! little things that come to band as well
jus the large things, and whatever you
| do, do not do lt for tlie sake of reward  or praise,  but for  the sake of
the work itself.    Cultivate   whatever
Quality you have tbat can be used for
Cods work.    Do not be afraid of failure, for there is no such thing as failure in Gods Work.
This address concluded, a solo was
rendered by Mr. Turner. Mlss Harp-
ster then sang the national song of
the Hawalians, and also a beautiful
song composed by herself, showing
the strength received by continued
daily prayer.
Rev. D. A. Poling gave a short address in the shape of an appeal for
support of the work undertaken by
the B. C. C. E. Union.
Rev. H. H. Rottman gave an illustrated address on "Basic Principles
of Christian Endeavor, which was
very good, being both instructive and
inspiring.
Oakland, Cal., Sept. 3��� Chai les
Plckard, who said he inicnded to
blow up his wife, was convicted here
yesterday on the charge of setting the
infernal machine with intent to liuim
a human being. The penalty is imprisonment fiom one year to life.
Sentence will be pronounced Saturday.
l'ickard, a quiet man. mined bia
home in Kast Oakland by setting a
sort of bomb in a closet. His wife,
Rosalie, who had secured a divorce,
ulto obtained a writ for Pickards
ejectment, and when officers went to
serve it they exploded the affair by
' opening llie closet door. Constable
Albert Kihn was badly cut, and two
deputy  sheriffs were shaken  up.
DAILY    FISH
Sept. 1, 1911
REPORT.
Anacortes���Got   40,000   fish.       All
Humpbacks.
Bellingham���Got 70.000 lish.    A few
Cohoes, rest Humpbacks.
Kwens    Cannery���Got    000    Sockeyes, 15,000 Humpbacks, 300   Cohoea.
I     Brunswick  Cannery���Got  1TB  Sockeyes.   GOO   Cohoes   und    1(100    Humpbacks.
St. Mungo Cannery���Got 1000
Sockeyes, 800 Cohoes and SHOO Humpbacks.
Imperial   Cannery���Clot   800   Sock-
I eyes,    10,000    Humpbacks,    K,Oo    Cohoes.
Scottish    Canadian    Cannery���Got
I 2000    Sockeyes,    16,000    Humpbacks,
I looo Cohoes.
Sock-
LUXURIOUS TWIN
AND TRIPLE" SCREW
ROYAL  MAIL
STEAMERS
"Laurentic"  'Megantic"
"Teutonic" STa*   "Canada"
8EPT. 16-3C
OCT. 14-28.
OCT. 7.
NOV. 4.
Maintaining a service of exceptional merit and affording the latest devices for comfort and safety. Including wireless telegraph and submarine signals.
The LAURENTIC and MEGANTIC are tho largest, finest and most
modern steamers from Canada. Elevators, lounges, ladies' and smoking-
room suites with bath. String orchestra. Fli Bt, second and third c'ass,
passengers carried.
Tlie TEUTONIC and CANADA curry cabin passengers in one class only-
Ill) affording maximum facilities at minimum cost. Fine third class.
Apply local railway agents or company's office, (il'J Second Ave., Seattle.
Welsh  Colliers  Strike. I     l>hoenlx   Cannery���Got   3000
1 l'inelly Wales, Sept; 3��� One hui-; eves, 12,000 Humpbacks and Cohors.
died colliers went on strike here to- Terra Nova Cannery���Got 400 Sock-
dan    The other colliers  have given  eyes, 18,000 Humpbacks and 300 Co-
notice that they will refuse to work
with non-union men. It was at
Llanelly that the soldiers and strikers had their most serious clash during tlie recent railroad strike. Sav-
eral persons were killed in a rict
there at that time.
hoes.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery���Got 3000
Sockeyes, 19,000 Humpbacks, 1000 Cohoes.
WANTED
If your property Is for sale and the price and terms are right, jvo
want lt, as we have clients who are desirous of making Investments In this city in the shape of vacant lots, houses or revenus
producing property. What have you ? $5uo to $uU00 cash urn first
payment.
OWNERS PN'LY.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Room 16, Collister Block.
Phone  929.
FOR SALE-COSY NEW BUNGA-
liw- close to car; four large rooms,
bath toilet; large pantry; full base-
��enV well stocked kitchen; gar-
^ Price $2750; easy terras-
Owner, 718 Seventh avenue, New
Westminster,
FOR SALE���A FIRST CLASS WOOD
business; a going concern with fiv^
teams. Will sacrifice at net cost
of teams and wagons. Walsh Sash
& Door Co.   Phone 413.
TO  RENT���ONE LARGE  FURN1SH-
ed housekeeping room, 224 Seventh
street.
FOR RENT ��� TWO BEDROOMS
with sitting room to let to gentlemen only. Breakfast if desired.
Telephone and modern conveniences. Five minutes from the
post ottlce. TermB moderate. Enquire Phone R 414.
TO RENT���DOUBLE ROOM FURN-
Ished; suitable for young ladies or
married couple. Apply 'i'i Alice
street.
SIR WHYTES SUCCESSOR
MAY BE EASTERN  MAN
PUBLIC     HOSPITAL     REPORT.
Returns showing the number oi
ratients in the hospital during the
month of August, 1911:
In hospital at beginning of month,;
males, 401; females, 180; total, 641.'
Admitted during the month, ma'es.
31; females. 6; total, 37. Returned
from probation, males, 3; total, 3.
Discharged without probation, males,
10; total, 10. Discharged on proba
tion, males, 11; females, 5; total, 16,
Discharged   at   expiry   of   probation,
Victims of Autos.
Tecumseh. Neb., Sept. 3.���Mrs.
William Riordan, a young widow, and
William Bourlier, a young farmer,
were instantly killed this morning
when a touring car, belonging to
Bourlier, jumped from a culvert into
a fifteen-foot ravine.
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 3.���Leslie
Galvin, of Maitland, Mo., son of D. A.
Galvin, a prominent banker, was instantly killed, and Harry J. Crlder,
former postmaster of Maitland, was
probably frjtally injured when an
automobile turned turtle near Ma'ys-
ville. Mo., early today.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
^UTTT Manufacturers and Dealers In All Mods of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLE8, SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
M&MBtBBUVb FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box 13/
Winnipeg, Sept. 3.���Who wlll succeed Sir William Whyte as vice-president of the Canadian Pacific railway
with head offices in Winnipeg? This
is the question that has been dis-'
cussed at great length among the railway officials of the city Bince the retirement of Sir William was announced by Sir Thomas Shaughnessy.
Many have suggested that G. J. Bury j
will receive the position, but there is
a persistent rumor afloat that an
eastern man will be brought out to j
All the vacancy. If this is the case
the question narrows down to two
men, G. M. Bosworth and D. McNlcoI,
Headaches ��� nausea ��� indigestion���muddy complexion���pimples���
bad breath���these are some of the effects of constipation.    The mild, sensible,
reliable remedy Is
_ , They contain the latest
^^���^^��� discovered and best evacuant known, which
empties the bowels without the slightest discomfort and without disturbing the rest of the system.  Constantly Increased doses are not necessary.
2Sc. * box.   If your drugflst hu not yet (locked them, lend 25c. and we will mall them. 25
National Drag and Chemical Conpaay at Canada. Limited, . MontreaL
��� ��������������
CUTLERY
I   See Our Window Display off Pearl Handle Goods
FOR       KENT-FURNISHED       BED-
rooms.    Apply 701 Agnes street.
TO RENT���NICELY FURNISHED
room, suitable for one or two
gentlemen. Opposite library, 703
Agnes street.
TO RENT���OFFICE ROOM UP
stairs. Speck hlock, Columbia stieet.
Apply to Alex. Speck, 743 Front
street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSB
to rfnt, 319 Regina street, $22 a
month.
TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms in Cliff block, on
Sixth street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chapman, room 2, third floor.
FOUND���ON COLUMBIA STREET,
on Saturday night, purse with sum
of money. Apply to D. Ligbtbody,
703 Agnes Street.
r   G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A. i    ,
ARCHITECTS
rYOQ ARE1
GftOWIUCV
OUNG
MOTHEl
0*,........... seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
FISH   SETS
FRUIT SETS
FISH CARVER3
BREAD KNIVES
DESSERT SET8
DINNER 8ET8
BUTTER SPREADER8
CAKE  KNIVES
BERRY SPOON8, ETC.
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector f^r C.P.R. ***   B.C.r. R��y
THE
JEWELER
BANISH THOSE GRAY HAIRS!
Kill the Dandruir Germs���Stop Hair Falling
Thousands ol mothers aro looking younger.���Their grey hairs are gone. Th�� natural
color has come back, and with it a new growth of soft, glossy, luxuriant hair. Why should
yoa look old belore your time, when yoa can look years youopjer by using
! For Choice Beef, Mutton
Pork or Veal
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
t   'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
**.*****.*.**..������i���������������������������
wy^M's
.ivniiH
HAIR REMEDY
Dandruff Cured
Three applications removed
all the dandruff and left my
scalp clean, white and smooth.
Vim. Ctoak, Rochester, N. Y.
TRUST
BLOCK.
Box  772
WE8TM1N8TDH
Phone   661.     B
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NOTICE.
Tenders for Electric Light and Bells.
Sealed tenders, superscribed "Ten-
ders for Electric Lighting, etc.. of Sap
perton and Sixth Avenue Schools," re
spectlvely, and addressed to C. K
Davev, Esq., secretary New Westmin-
stei School Trustees, will be received
up to 5 p.m. of Thursday, September
Ttb', 1011, for an electric light and
hell installation of proposed schools
at Sapperton an.l Sixth Avenue.
Tenderers to state dearly to which
school they refer to, or if to both
schools.
Plans and specifications can ho ob
���tained on application to the under-
signed on receipt of a deposit of
jin.nn, which will he refunded on the
return of the plans
The lowest or any tender not neces-
saiih   incepted.
GARDINER & MBBCEK. MSA.,
Architects to the School Trustees,
Nev. Wectmiarter, B.C.
Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color
���II other " so-called" Restorers have tailed, don't give up hope, but give WYETH'S
SAGE ANO SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY a trial. You run no risk.. II ll. Is.not exactly
as represented, your money wlll be refunded.
PROflT BY OTHERS' EXPERIENCE
Gray Hair Restored
My hair was getting quite gray and falling out rapidly
and I waa troubled with a terrible itching of the scalp.
My head was full of dandruff, which fell upon my clothes
and kept me continually brushing it oS. While on a
visit to Rochester I heard of your Sage and Sulphur
for the hair. I got a bottle and used it. A few application! relieved the itching, my hair stopped falling out and gradually came back to its natural color. It
is now a nice dark brown color, soft, glossy and pliable.
Several of my friends want to use it, and I want to
know jrhet vou Hill thut**- ���� tor six bottles of it.
-  ffiSSE. A. ROSS.
Sharon, Mercer Co., Pa.
Grew Hair on a Bald Head
For two or three years my hair had been
fali:r.�� cut and getting quite thin until thc top
of ny head \va3 entirely bald. About four
months ago I commenced using Sage and Sulphur. The first bottle seemed to do some good
and I kept using it regularly until now I have
used four bottles. The whole top of my head
is fairly covered and keeps coming in thicker.
I shall keep on using it a while longer, as I
notice a constant improvement.
61EPHEN BACON,
Rochester, N. Y.
E   H   BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,       W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres and Geni. Mgr.      Vice-President. Sec. and Trees.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=====   LUMBER  CO., LTD. e
Manufacturers  and   Wholesale Dealera In
Pir, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phonee No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 11.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
TIRE BRICK.
50c. and $1.00 a Bottle���At all Druggists
n Your Drvft&ist Does Not Keep It, Send Us the Price in Stomps, and We Will
Send Yov a Large Bottle, Express Prepaid
Wyeth Chemical Company74 SSwMB^
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.	
FREE
A 25c Cake ol Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Toilet Soap Free to anyone who will send
us this advertisement with 10c in stamps to cover cost of wrapping and mailing the soap.
Now ia the time to build'for sale or rent while prices are low
ADERVTISE"iNTHE DAILY NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWb
PAGE THREE
���/'
IOAUD OF TRADE���NEW WfcJbT-
minster Board of Trade meets ln tue
board roo.i, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tmra
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY   | Canadian Northern Steamships,Ltd.
THyOY^iUNE
MONTREAL���QUEBEC.
TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND
Shortest Route to London on 12,000
Ton Floating Palaces.
Next   Sailings  from   Montreal:
ROYAL EDWARD  SEPT. 6
ROYAL GEORGE  8EPT. 20
ROYAL EDWARD  OCT. 4
ROYAL GEORGE  OCT. 13
ROYAL EDWARD  NOV. 1
ROYAL GEORGE  NOV. 15
Rates of Passage:
1st Class, $92.50, and upwards.
2nd Class, $53.75, and upwards.
3rd Claas, Bristol or London. $31.25
Further Information from Ed Goulet, C. P. R. Ageat, or write
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE N'O. 27.���
The regular meetings of thla lodge
are held In Odd FeliowB' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend.    C. J. Purvis, N.G.;  W.
C. Coatham, P. G.    recording    secre-y
tary,   R. Purdy, financial secretary
professional
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlater-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Weat
minster, fe. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
IWADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE A
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitor!.
Westminster offlces. Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, Williams building. 41 Granville atreet F. C Wade, K. 0.1
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie. O. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRI8TER.
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
atreet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
VlSH   AND  GAME.
AYLINO A SWAIN, FISH, FKUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Deaa Block,
next to Bank ot MontreaL
For Up-to-date
RINTING
P
GO TO
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tei. R 128. Room.
Trapp bleck.
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; epeclBcations, business letter*, etc.; circular w6rk taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's oflloe. Columbia St.
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind ot Jou
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 38B.
/���                        \
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8% to 85 H. P.
8 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agenta
Westminster Iron Works
Phono  53.
Tenth St, New Weatminater.
k                         /
NEW    WE8TMINSTER    MAIL
8ERVICE
ttim. Tims
ot ��'
Arrival,: Closing
28:0t���United States via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday) .23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
tdaHy except Sunday) - ��� 8:00
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R-
(dai*  except   Sunday). .11:15
IStOO��� Vansteror via B. C. E. R.
tMtP oscee.t Sunday)..16:00
8:00���TMjajS via B.  C.  E   R.
SJBttrept Sunday).. 8:0*
i3:oti  yft-m*-m -*�� b. c. e. r.
S**Ws eacept Sunday). 11: IS
J.HI    mSSi Ssatee via O. N. R.
MM�� Swept Sunday).. 9.45
16:15���United States via Q. N. R.
(daily except Su-:day)..16:0C
10:18���All  peints east  and  Europe   (dally)  8:30
82:30���All points east and Europe  (daily)    14:00
10:18���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills      (dally      except
Sunday)        8:30
10; oo���Bapperton and Fraser
mills     (dally     except
Sunday)       14:00
10:48���Coquitlam   (dally  except
Sunday)        8:30
13:00���Central Park and Ed-
mends    (daily    except
Sunday)       111B
1400���East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday)   13:3(l
10:00���Timberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13;30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and  Friday    H:30
10:00��� Ladner, Porl Guichon,
Westham   Island,  Burr
TIHa       1*:3��
|0:00���Annlevllle.  Sunbury idaily
except Sunday)   14:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    H:30
Down    River    Mall   on    Saturday
closes at 13:30.
10 60���Vancouver,   Piper's   Siding     via    G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday).l4:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G. N.  R.   (daily ex-
���daily except Sunday).14:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday.   Friday   and   Sat-
day   -14:00
Jfr:30���Tynehead (Tuesday and
Friday)        14:00
8:30���Bnrnaby Lake (dally except Sunday   16:00
10- oo���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (dally except Sunday)    23:00
15-16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (daily    except
Sunday)  9:46
IB-15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  9:46
11:80���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehmaa, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
CJoverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. C.  E. R.  (dally
except Sunday)     8:30
16:60���Chilliwack,        Cloverdale
and  Abbotsford  via  B.
C. E. R.  (dally except
��j       Sunday)  17:30
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
COAL '
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYER8
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 346.
Offlce, Front St, Foot of Sixth.
Phone 699. P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���mu*   POone lie.      Barn 'Pnone IS
Begbie Street.
B*tg*t*   aeiirsrsa   promptly   *.
aay part et tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICt���TfAlf   OEP<VT
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
*
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAW CO.
LABOR DAY
Excursions
Between all Local Points.
One Way Fare
and One-Third
for the round trip. Tickets on sale
1, 2, 3 and 4. Good to return up to
and Including September 6.   Apply
ED. GOULET, Agent.
New Westminster.
100ZPURE
After ��� thorough Inveatlgntlon ot
parlous bramls of panic* Martin-
Sanour yroved io l,e tl,., paint
we could rtik our refutation on.
Marti s-Senour
100* Pure Paint
which we id arantee to be Tar*
Whlu- Lend, pure Oxide of Zlno, and
Pure Linseed Oil, with of oourae tha
nsceisary coloring ingredlenta and
dryers. Nbw to be entirely truthful,
they do make a few dark shades
that cannot be produced from lend
nnd fine. Oome In the atore and wa
wiU ahow them tn you-but every
other color la positively and absolutely ICO per cent I'ore Paint,
and not a drop of adulteration or
���ubatltutlon la mixed Is.
Ws recommend thla eaceUeM
brand to nil our friends snd custom-
era. Another good point Is that two
gallons of thla paint oovsrs as much
apace as three gallons of tba filled
palate.
We hare eolor tarda showing all
tbe colon and ahadea mads,
for ths asking.
T. 1. Trapp & Co.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Dlatrict ot New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, ot New Westminster, occupation, married woman, Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the
tollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about two milts north of T. L. 916 on
tbe west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence weBt 80 chains, th.encesouth
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 86 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAtfGE,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I. James
Fergus O'Connor Wood, of North Vancouver, occupation merchant, Intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about three miles north of T. L. 916
on the weBt shore of Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence weat
40 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement aad containing 640
acres more or leaa
IAMBS FEWJRJ0 O'CONNOR WOOD,
O'GtaPte, Agent.
Date Judo 6, 1911.
Could Not Bunco
This Man
Worthless Medicines
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Crookstairs, Ont.
National Drug Co. of Canada,
Limited.
Please read the following carefully,
"I was pestered last week with a travelling agent who said he bad heard
that I was troubled with Rheumatism.
I told bim I had been and he wanted to
sell me some other medicine. I answered
that I was taking GIN PILLS, the
only medicine that did me any good.
I told him that I had tried various
other medicines but none had done me
any good but GIN PILLS and that 1
always kept a box in the house. GIN
PILLS have done me more good than
any other medicine I have ever taken.
You are at full liberty to use this letter
for the benefit of all concerned."
Joseph Stevenson.
Don't be imposed upon. Don't accept
substitutes. If your dealer won't supply
you with GIN PILLS, at the regular
retail price of 50c. a box, 6 for p.50,
send direct to us. Sample box free if you
mention this paper, and money promptly
refunded if GIN PILLS do not give
relief. National Drug and Chemical
Co.   Dept. B. C.   Toronto. 68
Manga-Tone Blood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thin
bloodless people, especially valuable for
correcting female troubles. They purify
and enrich the blood, and help to build
up the whole system. 50c. a box at all
dealers.
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I Correspondence ���
* *
(Tlie Pally News Is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by lis correspondents.!
WHEAT   Pr.lCCS.
There are those who contend that
wheat j rices aie no better in thi
States than in Canada. Mr. BoMea]
admits tbere is a dilTerence in bror
of the states, but that it will d:sap-
pear once reciprocity Is in fo:ce.
The North Dakcta and   Minnesota
fanneis   living   along   thu    boundary
Editor, Daily  News-' '. line apparently think tliere is a very
Dear Sir���.May I beg the use of a considei able difference. Tluy haw
littlo space in your valuable paper ta KStaJ* ���**"* 'h�� PaC' ''
Join ln the discussion on matters Senator Uronna, of North Dakota.
martial. I have had much pleasure who fought reciprocity in the U. S.
accorded me lately in readng the senate, recently qujted some figures
notes by Gareth and Rubes. Now it which had been furnished him by- -t
may or may not be a splendid thing grain buyer, George .McLean, of
to have a military critic in a city Sarles, N. D., showing tlie prices
where their has just been formed a paid by the. latter for Canadian an.l
new regiment, but I hope those critics American wheat last fall. He buys
will only discuss points which they Canadian wheat in bond, lmio.tlug 11
are well posted In, fer in my opinion, duty free to be ground for export,
nothing can be worse than pulling a The prices on the American side werj
regiment to pieces, so to speak, unless paid at Sarles three miles from the
sure of the facts. boundary  line,  and  those in. Canaua
The 104th certainly have had a at various points within ten miles of
very stormy time since being formed,  the line.
but the faults, though many, are not      The respective prices were as fof-
so serious that the rank and tlle need  lows:
get gore about it.    The 104th are ln American
the  unhappy  position  of  having   to Wheat.
build  up  a  regimental  start  without Oct.  3,  1910    \ .97
any  help  from the  powers   that be.  Oct.   5.  1910    98
Therefore,   the  officers   of  the  regl- Oct. 7, 1910   1.00
ment  must  Just  makeshift  with  the Oct. 11, 1910 99
Liniments Won't
Cure Lame Back
GIN PIUS WILL���ts Tiiis
Gentleman Testifies
best officers (n. c. 0. s.) or men who Oct. 12, 1910 98
offer their service, and 1 think that n  Oct. 15, 1910 96
ls to the credit of those officers who Oct. 17, 1910 95
have given their time and tried their Oct. 20, 1910 93
best  to  make  a  success  of a very Oct. 25, 1910          .91
thankless job.   Their ls no doubt but Oct. 29, 1910 92
tbat tbe commanding officers as well  Nov.  1, 1910    89
as the other officers under him are Nov. 2, 1910    90
just as ready and   anxious   to   put Nov. 3, 1910   89
heart and soul Into the making  of a  Nov. 4, 1910    88
crack regiment as anyone, either ln- Nov. 8, 1910 89
side or outside of the regiment, but Nov. 12, 1910 88
no matter how hard the officers (n- c.  Nov. 14, 1910 91
o.  s.)   or men  may  work, they   are  Nov.  16, 1910    93
bound to be handicapped unless   the  Nev.  20, 1910    92
city which they represent take some  Nov. 26, 1910    91
interest  in  the  regiment,  but  from Dec. 2. 1910   91
what I can see of lt, taking the Cor-,     ln the face of the above figures and
onation, and also tbe big bundle of   many  other   similar  lists   published'
replies   which  Gareth   received  from   from  time  to  time, there wouid ap-j
the ladles of the city, with reference  pear to be little or no question as to *
to their making and presenting colors   where  the   higher  prices  have   pre-
to the regiment, and the general In-   vailed at marketing points.   It is no:
terest  being  taken   by   tbe   city   at  alone the difference tn price that will |
large, I must say that we had better   benefit our farmers.    It is the addl-j
paddle our own canoe. | tional and most important advantage
So  boys,  let  us  rally  around   the   of having a'close anl   realy market!
flag;  If the 104th have been asleep,   for the  surplus after we have   sup-
then sound the reveille and be up and   plied our own needs and all that Brit
doing.   Take the tip fiom Gareth and   ain  requires  of our surplus   produc
stop all quarreling. I tion.���Tribune.
Discontented non-coms who air their ���   ��� ������*���
Canadian
Wheat.
f .85
.84
.85
.85
.83
.83
.81
.81
.81
.79
-.77
.75,
.il.
.75
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.77
.79
.79
.80!
.80;
.771
Lumsden, Sask,
"I have suffered much from Lame
Back and Soreness across the Kidneys,
and used to apply liniments to relieve
the pain until I was told to try GIN
PILLS. Now, I am never without them.
.'.1 soon as I feel the weakness coming
jn, I at once start to take GIN PILLS
and a very few doses relieve me, but I
continue to take them for sometimes
two weeks' at a time that tbey may do
their work. I heartily recommend GIN
PILLS to anyone suffering from Lame
Back or Weak Kidneys."
A. B. Sparks.
Lame Back ii simply the pain caused
by weak, strained or sick kidneys. GIN
PILLS heal and cure Kidneys. GIN
PILLS relieve the Bladder, and regulate
the Urine. That's why the pain in the
back disappears when you take GIN
PILLS. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50 and
money refunded if GIN PILLS fait to
relieve you. Sent on receipt of price if
your dealer will not supply them.
NationalKDrag& Chemical Co. Dept. B.
C.      Toronto.
National Lary Liver Pills keep the
towels regular, the stomach sweet and
the skin clear.   35c. \hox. (.**
grievance  before the men oniy manage to make the men more dlsconted
than ever, which c.in only ma'.e matters worse for all concerned.   Further .
when there ls a complaint to make let   Jacked  and   beaten  with   a  revolver
us make it in the proper place, which   S,0,^?���!^:!'^^^^ **���"
Is the orderly room and to the com
Civic  Lothario Shot.
Skykomish, Sept. 3.���Talbot H. Ber-
ton was shot in the abdomen and at-
manding officer, who is the on'y one
who can be expected to hear the case
and   dispose  of  it.    In  tlie  interests
of the regiment, I think that nil those
complaints   about   ammunition,   company pay, pay for camp, and whether
those who had a written permit to bs
absent from camp should be returned
as  efficient , or  not,  la   a   question
which can only be answered   ln the
proper    place,   namely,   the    orderly
room  of  the regiment,  and   1   think
Gareth will back me up In this.      I
should like to add, that ln one case
mentioned by Rube and Gireth���.hit
of the soldier of seven'een years 82r-
vlce, 1 may Btate that I am well acquainted with him, and a'l be Wis'ie.i
to say about the matter, is that his
service is over twenty years, and that
he has learned in that time to light
his own battles in the proper  place
had been trouble before between the
men,   Kvale   accusing  the   other   of J
trying to break up his home.    When |
Kvale saw Berton wa king away near
his  home  Tuesday night  he   opened
fire.
Bertcn waB taken to a hospital in
Snohomish; He1\e a member ot tbe
city councll and a painter.
Kvale is a laborer.
Kvale was arrested by the marshal.
After a hearing before Justice Timpe
yesterday he was released.
HUNT   POLAR   BEAR.
Will    Bring
Pictures     of
Moving
Chase.
Nome, Alaska. Sept. 3.���The power
schooner Polar Bear, Capt. Louis
Lane, returned today from Wran-
geli Island, where the expedition,
headed by Capt. Lane, killed twenty-
further, he hopes that the mention of four polar bear an(j thlity-s'x walrui,
his medals will not be taken as a sign Tne Polar gear Bailed into the road-
than he loves to flaunt them in peo- gtead wlth four <jead bears hanging
pie's faces. They have been hard- in the rigging and a live bear in a
earned, and accordingly have a high | cage Tne sportsmen had an exciting
honorable value. So Comrade Gareth tlme rop|ng the bear. One man, F.
and Rube, let us all pull together with Kleinschmhit, was slightly injured
the one object in view, namely, to wnen the bear struck him with its
help to build up the 104th and en- paw The boat carried a moving pie
courage that true comradeship which tUre machine and some wonderful
is so essential ln the making of a pictures were obtained,
crack regiment.
WILLIAM MATTHEW.
There ta nothings, mat tor ftttakj
_* :*, Chute* Cream. The mutt ol
enrlysis hy prominent eapert chemists
ll.owslhttot.CharltiCrtam.when properly reduced with pure hulled water,
is ah-iosl identical 10 everf respect with
tuua naUk.    It dMers Iron othet
milk product* In tha* tt	
heat atone. . ...     ,._
St. Charles Cream does not curdle when
used on acidulous truita and imparts a
rich, delicate flavor. It is *
humanized milk.   It Is
not only beal for mother
and infant���it is better
than  the best ordinary
milk for e'.l purposes.
FAMOUS DOCTOR'S
PRESCRIPTION.
A FISH STORY ABOUT
BIRDS ON A STEAMER
MRS. R. G. HILL
Presiding    examiner    for    Queen's
University, Ont. Instructs In German,
It beats all what  French and Music.   Translations and
correspondence  executed.    Pupils  reassemble September 1.    116 Seventh
Boston, Sept. 3.
a bird  can do,'.    The waterfront reporter was leaning against the rail of
the   British   steamship    Hellenes,   in  street
from   South  America,   waiting  for  a  1
word with the captain, when an oil-
smeared member of the engine room
force   volunteered   the   foregoing   information.    After the   representative
of the Marine Truth Tellers' Association had  heard the sailor's tale, he,
too,  believed that either it beat all
what   birds  could  do,  or else   boats
from   South  America  brought   some-
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Appointment of Collector.
Applications for the position of Collector will be received by the undersigned up to noon on Saturday, Sep-
thing besides the odor of hides to Bos- tember 2nd inst.
ton.
Salary $85 per month.
W. GRIFFITHS,
Comptroller.
Edmonds, B.C., August 29th, 1911.,
'Vou see them?" continued the oily
one, pointing to a score or more of
deep triangular dents ln the iron deck
of tbe ship.    "Them was made   by
birds.    When  we  left  Buenos  Aires    ___���__	
for here we had on* board two os-
triches. They were South American NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
ostrlches, or gadnu. The birds was TRICT���District of New Westmln-
not as big as regular ostriches, but ster.-Take notice that John Gould, of
they was some birds, and powerful��� Vancouver, B.C., occupation broker,
why. they would throw three men all intends to apply for permission to
around the deck. I purchase    the     following    described
"They was tame, though, and great landB: Commencing at a post plant
pets, ��� and we used to let them roam ed at a point on ttie westerly shore oi
around the deck instead ot keeping Green lake, which point is situate
them in tlieir cages. Osttiches can't about 60 chains southwesterly frott
fly, and so there was no danger of the northerly .end of the said G:eec
their getting away, and we used to lake; thence'west 40 chains, thence
have lots of fun with them in off! south 40 chains, thence east 4C
watches. ��� | chains move or less, to the shore ol
".After we got  up In  the Gulf   of, Green  la'xe,  thence northerly  follow
Mexico one day  we  had a  thunder- (lng the'shore of Green lake to the
I storm.    It was a regular rip-snorter, 1 point   of   commencement,   containing
and them ostriches was scared near
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to death. We left the birds at Havana."
Then the tale stopped, and the teller started to run away.
"But what has that got to do with
the dents you pointed to in the deck?"
queried the scribe.
"Why, when an ostrich is scared he
tries to hide his head. That's where
they tiled."
160 acres more or less
���"���'      JOHN GREER,   I
Agent for John Gould.
Dated August 28, 1911.
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READY FOR USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For malting soap, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
sinks, cloaata. drains and tar
many other purpoaaa. A can
���quale 30 pouoda SAL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
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TORONTO.OMT. PAGE FOUR
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THE DAILY NEWSl
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, u1t
Tne Daily News
Published by Tbe Dally News Publish
tag Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   ot   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
C. A. Paige Managing Director
MONDAY, 8EPTEMBER 4, 1911.
cans will bring oats    Into the Delta  all the great leaders of both political
and sell  them at $4.00 per ton less  parties have hitherto agreed."
than they are fetchlpe/^ln their own |     "The national pollcy introduced by
markets?" >*\.
\f
Sir John A.    McDonald    embodied a
j standing  offer  of    reciprocal    trade
Frcm Maker To Wearer
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES
'This   ls   an     issue
"It took the Conservative leaders at! with the L'nited States
Ottawa  two  months,  after the  reciprocity agreement was introduced, to
decide whether they would oppose It
or not.  Why?" I every man, woman and child ln the,,.......   t ........
  I Dominion.    It is the culmination of I ~��5��T^
George Kennedy at Ladners: Ithe aspirations and hopes of both po-i "OOlx  AND    SHOES,
A foil line   of flrst   class,   latest
styles,, newest    lasts,   solid    leather
throughout,     most     perfect   fitting.
which   affects ; MACKAY AND    GOODYEAR WELT.
AND    CHILDREN,
also    a fnll
sion of parliament.   lh,r this respect flty years.
FAVORED   NATION   TREATIES.
Yet another of the objections which
have been urged   against   the   reciprocity agreement  is that this   wll!
open  Canada  to  the competition   of
many other countries under the "favored nations treaties."   There ae In
existence certain old treaties between
Bngland and other countries by which
lt ia provided that if England or any
of her colonies should give a prefer
ence to any country the same  treatment shall be accorded to those nations with which these treaties Mvej,
been  made.    Until   1896   these   Old
treaties were of little consequence to
Canada.   But when British preference
was brought forward ln that year the
treaties with Germany and   Belgium
���were found to be ln the way and  u
renunciation of these was   obtain 3d
The countries concerned   in these
treaties   are Venezuela,  Switzerland,
Spain, Norway, Sweden, Russia, Jap-
.an, Denmark, Columbia! Bolivia, Aus
tria-Hungary  and  the  Argentine  Republic.   Except ln regard to Norway,
which exports some flsh to this country, there Is nothing In the charac
aer of the trade between Cafiakl* anil
any of these countries wliich /ould
-come within the scope   of the   reciprocity agreement.      if   this  is   approved and goes into force, however,
JJorway will have the benefit of exporting   dried   flsh   to   this   country
tree ot duty.   That ls not a very serious matter, foj; the total  value   of
our Imports from  both Norway and
Sweden last year only amounted to
1108,000, and  much  of this  was  for
uther trade than fish.
The cry which has oSf "sjo&ie   up
from   the  Conservative   ranks  as  to
.the danger  to our trade  which  th..'
favored nation treaties will produce Is
not a new one.      Exactly the   same
pathetic wail  was   raised  wben   the
Liberal  government  Introduced   British preference.     This,  however,  was
quickly silenced by the Dominion gov
ernment obtaining  a denunciation ot
the objectionable treaties, as already-
stated.
Now we have the undertaking of the
British government, secured by ���Sir l
Wilfrid Laurier at this year's lm-1
periaS conference, that all thp trade I
���treaties which Great Britain has with
foreign nations shall be abrogated s;>
far as they affect Canada, which "will
.henceforth be in a position to nego-
.tlate such trade agreements as Bhe
jnay desire.
"Reciprocity should not be a party  litlcal parties.   It points the effort of I line of working and high" cuts boots
question, and was never admitted as   statesmanship   as   reflected     in   both i anj shoes,
such ln Canada prior to. the last ses-   political  parties in Canada for over i ^t a sa^t��� of from 30 to 4* Centa \m
the Dollar,
I all goods shipped by express or mall
prepaid to' destination to any part of
I the Dominion.
Write for    free    Illustrated    cala-
, logue and be convinced. ^
THE ANNE SHOE CO.
333 Portage Ave.. Winnipeg, Man.
,
"It i6 significant of much that the
ilon. Robert Rogers, of Manitoba;
Premier McBllde, of Britisli Columbia; Attorney-General Bowser, also
of British Columbte) the Hon. Clifford
Sifton, ;icn;i Kourassa, the Hon. W.
J. Hanna, of Ontario, and other Well-
Itnown politicians who have ..proclaimed loudly their intention to flght the
reciprocity agreement or the Canadian navy to the 'bitter end,' are
every one of them afraid to seek u
(federal constituency in support of
Mr. Borden. As our Ottawa correspondent says, this looks like a prac
tical admission that by those on his
own side who should be nearest in
touch with popular sentiment, lie is
not expected to win. Nor docs he de
.serve to. tie has tinned bis back on
lit'} o;ie redeeming feature of the Con
servative policy since confederation,
namely, freer trade in one direction
at least; and he has left it to the Liberals to appeal to tlie country, as Sir
Wilfrid Laurier said at St. Jerome,
on tbe side of 'truth and justice' "���
Montreal Witness.
CAMPAIGN     EXTRACTS
FROM     LIBERAL    TALKS
John Oliver at Ladnersj/
"In my opinion there is no province in Canada that will benefit so
much by the tariff changes as proposed in the reciprocity agreement aa
Jlrltish Columbia."
"In Quebec Sir Wilfrid Laurier is
being attacked on the ground that he
is too much of an Imperialist; in
other provinces because he is not imperialistic enough. Does tbe truth
rest in either of these positions or are
they both lying."
"Protection Is a means by which
a few men are enabled to compel
the masses of the people to pay trlb-
,ute to them."
"In some political argument there
is the suggestion that Americans are
cuter than Canadians and will get the
better of them in a bus'ntss trans'C
lion every time. If this be tiue ls i:
reasonable to ccnJ��"t!iro that Amerl-
Double Header
Public meetings in the interest of
Olivef andvReciprocity wjn
���beheld both at
SAPPERTON
(Johnston's Hall) and the
WEST END
(St����Barnabas Parish Room)
���-'���*i**7,'
Tomorrow   (Tuesday)
Evening, Sept. 5
v     beginning at 8 o'clock.
Addresses will be delivered by J. B. Kennedy,
Alex. Henderson, Geo.. Kennedy, and A. B. Clabon.
Everybody?'fnvited, including tire ladies, who
should be especially interested in "reciprocity".
/  COD SAVE THE KING I
.*���'
YOU
GRAND MASS MEETING
*
IN THE INTEREST OF OLIVER   AND   RECIPROCITY,   IN   THE
Opera House, New Westminster
Thursday Evening,
Sept 7lh, 1911
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK.
_
Addresses will  be delivered by
JOHN OLIVER, the Liberal Candidate,
F. T. CONGDON, late member for Yukon, and others.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME,   LADIES  SPECIALLY  INVITED.
J. D. Taylor has been invited to attend.
GOD SAVE THE   KING.
Lacrosse Fans
Several thousand' Vancouver lacrosse fans are coming to Qneen's
park this afternoon to cheer for Con Jones' team firm In the
belief that thn, green and white are going to waJTop the Salmon
Bellies and thus lift the Minto Cup. Thousands more from other
parts of the proViftep will also be there to lend enthusiasm to what
promises to he *ms?, ot the most thrilling athletic contests ever seen
In Canada.
' ���   ,    ���
Drawn by the attention the game is exciting throughout the Dominion, newspaper men, from as far east as Wtnnfpeg, will be there
to describe the excitement to those who were unable to attend.
The teams'are trained"to the minute, and the Xew Westminster
lacrosse team has, .sent all the way to Cornwall. Ont., to get Joo
Lally, Canada's greatest referee,   to handle the whistle.
Altogether there promises to be the greatest game of lacrosse
ever played on Queens park���and that will be going some.
You Westminster fan; get in the running. He there to cheer for
the old red and blue, and incidentally see a spectacular sporting
event that would turn almost any other town or city in Canada
green with envy.
See the crowds, listen to the tremendous enthusiasm that will be
rampant, and witness what promises to be the greatest name of
lacrosse ever played in Canada.
Today's game will be one that will take an honored place in the
lacrosse history of little old New Westminster. AND YOU KNOW
WHAT THAT MEANS.
GAME   STARTS   AT   THREE   O'CLOCK.
FOR
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Bmag Us Ywur Listings
CORNER SEVENTH! AVENUE AND
First, street���Three One lots for
$2100;. $800 cash, balaace fi, 12 and
18 months
ARBUTUS STREET���Mear Queens
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balancer 6 and 12 months.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SPORTS
WINNER8 OF TENNIS
CHALLENGE CUPS
The finals* ln the local tennis tournament for the two challenge cups
presented respectively by Mr. Rand
and by Mr. Diamond were played ofi!
on Saturday with the result that Mr.
L. A. Lewis was declared the winner
of the men's singles and Mlss Peele
of the ladles' singles.
On Friday the semi-finals wera
played off and the details of the
games are as follows: Ladles' singles: Mlss Peele beat MIbb Shildrick,
6-4, 2-6, 6-2. Men's singles: Mr. W.
H. G. Phipps beat Mr. J. W. Langford,
6-1, 6-2.
Saturday's detailed results were:
Ladles' singles: Mlss Peele beat Mlss
Rickman, 7-5, 6-3, and thus won the
cup. (
Men's singles: Mr. L. A. Lewis beat
Mr. W. H. G. Phipps, 6-0, 0-6, 0-4, 6-4
and won the cup. 1
Special Conference
(Continued from page one)
appointed, and it Is up to the repre-.
sentatives here to select only those
whe wlll be acceptable to bum sides.'
After much talk it was decided to
appoint Joe Reynolds for Vancouver
and Kd Savage for Westminster.
The other offclals being timekeepers, Alderman J. J, Johnston, Westminster, and Flunk tl. Arm&t.ong
Vancouver; penalty timekeepers,
Harry Major, Westminster, and
Charlie Young, Vancouver.
Y. M. C. A.
Ir Now  Almost Ready  For
Occupancy.
rules and the Interpretation of thera
read by the referee.
l.aly made it plain that he would
stand no rough play; everything
would have to be conducted ln a
manner which all tho time should be
above board and Btated that he
would deal with a heavy hand with
those players who transgressed any
rule. When a foul has been committed tbe players must not leave the
positions they occupied at the moment when the whistle sounded.
Lally will not handle checks, but
wlll signal to the time keepers, one
raised hand with fingers extended ror
five minutes, two hands likewise for
ten minutes, and two hands raised
and lowered and raised again for
twenty minutes. Everyone will thus
be in a position to know for Just how
long the penalized player is off the
field of play.
On the question of subordinate officials there was at one time a deadlock, Jones objecting to the nfcme of
goal Judge Ed Savage for Westminster. Wells Gray came back on tho
run when he opposed the nomination
of Matt Barr for the near champions.
Gray made tbe statement tbat while
he was a close friend of Matt Barr,
he objected to that name being
brought forward by Jones who should,
he averred, surely know that Westminster would not stand for Barr's
name. Lally, who apparently was
not used to arguments of this nature,
endeavored to i>our oil on the trou-1
bled waters by the remark, "Be
calm, boys, don't let us talk kinder-1
garten; let's get down to some solid
business. No good can come of this
silly  talk.    Goal  umpires have to be
Cornwall, Ont., Aug. 2��, "1911.
As stated In my telegram of acceptance to President Nelson the interests of our national game, and that
alone prompted my acceedlng to the
Joint request of the New Westminster
and Vancouver clubs to referee tbe
match oui ween inese two gieui
teams.
It means a great sacrifice on my
part,   particularly   at'  this  season   o<
the year, to be absent from my business, but the success of our national
game bas always been uppermost ln
my mind, and I feel tbat if there ls
one part ot the Dominion more than
another which deserves special con-'
sideratlon, that place is British Columbia, owing to the deep Interest, I
may say enthusiasm, that tbey have
for  some  years  manifested   ln   thej
game.    My hope is that (bat enthusiasm will not wane, but rather tbat
it will develope on broader grounds,
tbat the day may soon come   when
both spectators and players will banish  all  prejudice and   (like   British
sports) view these contests as friendly   competition    ln   a    manly   sport.
When that time arrives there will be
no necessity of coming east for officials.    When 1 step on the Lacrosse
field I have no prejudices or preferences, and no threats or solicitations
from  the  fleld   or   grandstand   will
either intimidate or induce me to deviate from what I believe  to be my
duty.
Watch as closely as I may, some
fouls may escape my notice; and Ilka
others, I may err ln judgment, but
rest assured ray sole and every effort wlll be put forth to do justice between the two teams, and to see that
our glorious national game is played
as it should be. In my efforts I hop a
and believe I will have the sympathy
and support of both players and spectators.
Spectators, the majority of whom,
as a rule, have strong leanings with
their favorite team, sometimes assume that fouls are committed when
they are not. and frequently fouls occur which are not observed from the
grandstand, but which the referee
from bis position ln the fleld, and his
close touch with the play, at onen
detects and penalizes. Onlookers who
do not allow for such cases are apt
to put the referee down as partial
when be is absolutely fair.
I intend to enforce the rules strictly, and I trust when I leave the field,
the spectators will at least give' rae
credit for doing what I conscien-
clously believe to be right.
FOttMAL OPENING FOR 26th
All    Arrears    In    Subscriptions    Are
Asked for to  Pay
Bills.
Plans are now under way for the
formal opening of tbe new Y. M. C.
A. building on September 26th. The
report comes fiom the committee that
the building Is rapidly nearly completion, and it Is hoped that all will
be in readiness for the date fixed. To
tbis end the committee are sending
out a special appeal to the subscribers calling for the balance of tho
subscriptions promised and asking for
a prompt response. Bills for the construction of the building must be m_n
shortly, and lt is hoped that remittances will be sent ln within the next
few days.
The new Y. M. C. A. horns, which
covers an area of 55 by 130 feet, is a
brick construction and will have four
stories and a basement. It will bs a
splendid addition to the rapidly Increasing number of fine buildings
which are springing up In all parts of
the city.
Included in the general arrangement of the building wlll be reading
and writing rooms, lounging, rooms
and recreation rooms and offices for
the secretary and the management ori
the ground floor. On the two upper
floors will be thirty-four bedrooms for
members, sixteen on each floor, with
two commodious rooms in tbe attic
floor. To these rooms there will be
conveniently adjacent bathrooms and
lavatories and the building will be
hot-water heated.
At the rear of the building on the
main floor will be the gymnasium
which will be one of tbe finest on the
coast. It will measure approximately
fifty feet by sixty feet and will be
twenty-one feet In height Hound the
walls tbere will be a gallery which
will be used as a running track and
also at times of meets as a spectators
gallery. There will also be a series
of class rooms and in the first basa-
ment a bowling alley of the regulation size.
Added to all this will be the spacious swimming pool with a spectator's gallery and in another section
plenty of lockers will be fitted up for
the use of the athletes.
Special  provision   has    been  mad?
for a thoroughly equipped kitchen so
tbat any entertainments which may
be held ln the building may adequately be handled from the insde.
In the lowest basement of all there
will be located the hot water heating plant and this wlll be sufficient
ln extent to not only heat the whole
building but to provide water for tbe
swimming bath and for tbe baths upstairs. The swimming tank deserves
a word to itself as lt is suie to prove
one of the most popular features of
the many attractions provided.
It will be lined wth White tlle and
will be eight feet in depth at one end
aud five feet at tbe other. The wat-.T
wlll be emptied once a week and tha
special facilities for pioviding hot
water makes lt poslsble to refill it tbe
same day.
Altogether it may be said that the
Y. M. C. A. building in New Westminster will be a credit to the institution
in any part of the world and tbe architects and contractors both deserve
credit for tbe work which they have
so efficiently carried to a satisfactory
conclusion. The names of these gentlemen are Mr. Charles H. Clow, tho
architect, and Messrs Sloane and
Harrison of New Westminster, the
contractors.
It ls the Intention of the committee to have a formal opening to which
the public will be invited and this will
be on tbe 26th, lf possible.
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Regimentals to Play.
An effort will be made by the Regimental Lacrosse club to secure the
Queen's park ground for a match to
be playd at nlne-tbirty today when
the Regimentals wll melet the Stew-,
bums. Mr. Welsh has been approach-1
ed with a view to getting his permission to use the ground, and on this
the game will hinge.
The line-up of the Regimentals will
be as follows: Goal, T. Sayers;
point, W. Mortison; cover point, W.
Patchell, flrst defence, F. Smith; second defence, A. McKenzie; third defence, O. Fern; centre, R. Sangster,
third home, B. Daley; second home,
A. Sedgeley; first home, H. French;
outside home, H. Mitchell; inside
home, A. Angus, Spares. M. Mortison,
��,., W. Wintemute and B. Cherrle.
The    team    has    been    fortunate
enough to secure the services of W. j <
L. Wright as referee.   His decisions
are sure to be without  question, an.l
eminently fair.
To Wrestle Winner.
Buffalo, N. Y��� Sept. 3.���Jack Herman, manager of Stanislaus Zbyzsko,
the Polish champion, left for Chicago
today with a certified cheque for $10,-
000 in his pocket which he says will;
be used to back up a challenge to th"
winner of the Gotch-Hackenschmldt
match. If the winner declines to accept tbe challenge, an effort will   be
, made to arrange a match with   tho
; loser for a like sum.
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One of these suits is a ��� 'mustard brown"
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New York; it has the physique type shoulders
and fairly long lapels; trousers half peg,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1911.
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afir
ior
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^/HEN conducting a business that requires the
patronage of the general public, or even a distinct ;class of persons, it is necessary that you should
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE BEVBW.      1
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re  tbe  fractional  northwest  quarter
of  section    7.  township    11    (121
���acres), Langley Farm, part of lot 3,
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
*2, New Westminster district.
'     Whereas  proof of the  loss of certificate of title number 7721F, Issue!
ln the name of Colon    McLeod,   has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
nt tlie explrtftlon of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily 'newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certlflcate, unless In thc meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
DlBtrict Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, BiC, July 11. 1911.
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Lavery Block.
United States was pointedly Illustrate
ed by .Mr. Oliver in a reference to the
general trade of the country. Even
the Conservatives were forward In
lending encouragement to efforts
looking to the discovery of new mar-
��� kets and the extension of Canadian
  commerce.    Vet when the opportunity
i was opened to secure advantageous
LIBERAL CANDIDATE WAS HEARD   admission to a maiket of ninety inll-
.    Hon  people���our  nearist  neighbors���j
*, Conservative   politicians   taid:     '"Lit!
CLEARED FROM CUSTOMS!
v-"ji *"w ����������������� ���**i ���
of Woolens, direct from
Peebles, Scotland.
POINTS ARE SCORED.
BY   GOOD   AUDIENCES  ON   FR
DAY   NIGHT ��� SOME   TELLING   we" enough alone."   Had Sir John A.
I McDonald   succce led   In   negotiating
| this arrangement, it would have been
well.    Had the chance fallen to   Mr.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    Borden  of dLiiug   so  it   would    h;ive
In  the  present political   campaign' ** we" e""u��h a}����-    Bvut becaust;
_.-   a^*,  r i , these   markets   were   to   be    opened
Today  the   finest   shipment' the  UMrtl candidate  it,   nuking all   through the statesmanship of a Lib-
----- ���- - I effort to the end that the people all   eral   government   the   Conservative*}
i over the district may have au oppor-  had reached the conclusion that Can-
tunity  of  hearing  him  at  the  points  ��** K'10llId���let ���* en��"S�� ��,on��- ,
_       . .,      ...  _. , ,�� Dining   the   discussion   at   Soutn
\our Inspection  Invited. I most convenient  to themselves.   Ow-, Westminster, J. E. Murphy, the chair-
J.  N. AlchlsOfl, Tailor j ing  to the comparatively short time  man, remarked that a prominent local
38 BEGBIE STREET.
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tender* for Terminal Station Quebec
Sealed tenders, addressed to
undersigned, und marked on the en
velope "Tender for Terminal Station
Quebec" will he received at the offic
of the Commissioners of the Trans
continental Hallway at Ottawa, Ont.
untll 12 o'clock noon of the 31st
August proximo, for the construction
and erection complete, ln accordance
with the plans and specifications ot
the Commissioners, of terminal station ln the City of Quebec.
Plans and specifications may be
seen, and full information obtained,
at tbe office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer, Ottawa, Ont., and of
Mr. A. E. Doucet, District Engineer,
Quebec, P. Q.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
hy the commissioners.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered Dank ot the Dominion of
Canada, payable to tbe order of the
Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, for the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars  (flN.IM).
The cheque deposited by the party
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Notice Of Removal
I have moved my real estate and
Insurance  office   from   744   Columbia
Tne cne^ue uepuoiicu *,, .����� ,��� , street to room* 16 and 17 Westmlu-
w hose tender is accepted will be de-  8ter Trust block, entrance on Lorne
r- ...I.       ..      .lam       U..0l����r ...L-.       ..       .Um  mt IJ,���U��� J.���.
whose tenjjer is acccpicu ***** "*, ������ mer hubl uiu*.n, wuaiac wu *^...~
posited td the credit of the Reeelver 8treet at the rear 0f Ryall's drug
General of Canada as security for the, 8t0re, and will be pleased to meet mv
due and faithful performance of thai friends and patrons there
., ..       w.       **rmm . air**
contract according Jo its terms
Cheques deposited by parties wbese
tenders are rejected will be returned
wRhin ten days after the signing of
thc contract.
The right Is reserved to object to
any or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental   Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, 29th July, 1911.
(Newspapers Inserting this adver
tisement without authority from tha
Commissioners will not be paid for
It.)
WM.  McADAM.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
allowed for this purpose he ls being, shingle manufacturer had Informed
Subject to the trying exertion of ap- him that the reduction in the tariff, as
Bearing at two and even thiee meet- proposed in the reciprocity arrango-
ings, separuted by varying distances ment, would make a difference equ;il
In tlie sume day, in practically all to $25,000 a year in favor of his busi- j
cases  these  meetings following each  ness.
otber in close succession at night ' George Kennedy was well received ;
This entails u heavy physical strain, at South Westminster, and introduced j
which might well try the stamina of many telling points in the course of1
any man, hut Mr. Oliver, although oc-  his argument.
casloually  showing    some    signs    of '
tiredness, has entered with surprising  TO SETTLE MOROCCAN
vim and the best of good humor into QUESTION WITH GERMANY
these political obligations.   |
Tho Liberal candidate appeared at Paris, Sept. 3.���While the French
Strawberry Hill anl South WeBtmin- foreign ollice, it is understood, has
ster on Friday night, the halls at not received any assurance that Ger-
these points being taxed fairly to maI��y will accept the French propos-
their limit to accomodate the audi- als lor a settlement of the Moroccan
ences. W. B. Bennett presided at question, confidence is felt ln an early
Strawberry Hill, and J. E. Murphy oc- agreement because of the extent of
cupied the chair at the second meet- tlie compensation offered by France,
ing, George Kennedy held the audi- The real difficulty in the way of
ence at South Westminster until the an ear,y settlement, it is believed,
candidate's arrival. ,i('8 ln "le special commercial and
It was noted in the course of dls- mining guarantees which Germany
��� cussion here that the present election, may B^ek In Morocco, as nothing can
| with its inconveniences and expense, be given Germany in Morocco which
was precipitated by the unwillingness Great Britain does not possess. Be
of the Ottawa opposition that reel- 8ldes. anything like special privileges
procity should go to a trial In the would afford endless occasion for the
natural course of events an election reopening of the controversy. The
must have been held within a year, French and British governments have
when tbe representation, based on reached the fullest mutual agreement
the census figures, which would havo on every phase of the Franco-Ger-
been doubled in British Columbia and  man disputa.         MtoMit/lflBaJ
the   prairie    provinces,   would    have
been in vogue. If the Conservative Brussels, Sept. 3���The Belgian gov-
contention that reciprocity was a bad ernment continues actively engaged
thing proved correct, the people ln completing the armament of all the
would then have sustained them at garrisons on the German and French
the polls, and the government would I borders. Several trains have been
have been swept out of power. But it dispatched with ammunition and guns
that contention proved Incorrect the | Irom the Lle8�� arsenal to Namur,
result would have been exactly the LleBe and Verviers, and all the fors
reverse. In this Mr. Oliver pointel are being Inspected,
out it waB apparent that lt was thel At Antwerp the engineer corps ls
voice of party and not the voice of transporting all campaign matter
statesmanship which had prevailed in from Tetode, Flanders, to the Ant-
^^��� ^^^^^^^^^    ' werp side of the Scheldt.
The Belgian newspapers explain
the activity by the statement that
talk of European hostilities has
awakened the Belgian government to
DEPARTMENT    OF    THE
SERVICE.
NAVAL
A competitive examination will   Ns|
held in November next g^^*^ I a. 3o"'a.m.  .'....'   Wednesdays
Conservative councils at Ottawa.
They knew that reciprocity wra calculated to be beneficial. They knew
that  it  hud  been   approved   by   Sir
John A. McDonall and others oi their i  ��� .���- -
great leaders in the past.    But rea i-  the unprepared condition of the Bel
zing   this    they   had   resorted,   with j 8ian army and defences,
childish   petulance   and   unscrupulous  t**g**S*a**anB*SSBi*BSeSBB^asS��SmS3
i tactics,  to  an  effort  to deprive,   the' __^mmm
lO-.tra ��.m Daily, except Tuesday I Uberal    government   of   the    credit,
1:00 pm   Dally  which would attach to the consumma-
For Seattle, tion ot this great piece of statesman-'
1000 a.m  Dally ehlp.
--�����--' This selfish and almost Insane policy, Mr. Oliver pointed out, could not
prevail with the intelligent electorate
-throughout the Dominion of Canada.
That the  Laurier government  would
-. - *^1'"m 'a am1?.m7Z'.Z\ recelVe   the   overwhelming    endorsa-
9:00 a.m.  ..Thursdays and Saturday*, x{mS q{ ,he  peop,e  wag  be>ond   (he
For Prince Rupert and Alaska.      j ghadow of a doubt.    But it had, nev-
11 p.m Aug. 12, 19, 22, 29|ertneiesB resulted  unfortunately from
For Queen Charlotte Islands.        | a local point of view, in' as much *i*
SS. P. Beatrice ..Aug. 17, Sept. 5, 201 large   appropriations   of   money,   pro-
For Hardy Bay and  Rivers Inlet.      vide.l for in tbe estimates, for public
-   -  ^^���-1 services   in    British    Columbia,   had
FROM VANCOUVER.
FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m.
11:00 p.m  Dally
For Nanaimo.
2:00 p.m  Dally
For Nanaimo, Union, Comox.
2:00 p.m  Tuesdays
iuation  centres of  the
111,11 lull        *.^  ... . __
Commission for the entry of Naval
Cadets for the Naval Service of Canada:  there will be 25 vacancies.
Candidates must be    between   the
ages of 14 and 16 years on the lst of
January next:  must be  British    sub-i .."" ",""""���������
jects and must Have resided, or their  Leave. ChllHwacU.   7:00   a
.... ,. r* iii day,   Thursday,   Sntur
jecin  auu   .........   ....   .
parental must have reBided in Canada
for two years immediately preceding I
the examination;    short    periods   ofj
absence abroad for purpose of education to be considered as residence.
Successful candidates will Join tho
Hoyal Naval College at Halifax in
January next; the course at the College is two years and the cost to
parents, including board, lodging, uniform and all expenses, is approximately |400 for the first year and $2(0
for the second year.
On passing out of College Cadets,
will be rated Midshipmen, and will'
receive pay at the rate of $2 per dlem.|
Barents of intending candidates!
ehould make application to the Secretary Civil Service Commission, Ottawa, before 16th October next.
Further Information can be obtained
on application to the Secretary, Department of Naval Service, Otiawa.
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not be paid for.
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of tbe Naval Service
Department  of the  Naval  Service,
Ottawa, August lst, 1911
Gulf Islands    ^^^^^^
Leave Vancouver 8 a.m. Fridays.
Upper Fraser River Route.
Leave Westminster 8:00 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday, Friday.
^^^^^^^^^^     m.   Tuesday,  Thursday,   Saturday.
For other sailings and rates apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.���District of New Westminster.-���Take notice that I, James
Charles Wood, of North Vancouver,
occupation merchant, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about three mllea
north of T. L. 916 on the west shore
of Haslam lake, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement, and oon-
talnlng 640 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1911
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meot every Monday In Labor hall,
8, p.m.
v H Johnson, business agent of
��ce. Bi^Clgar -tore- Office phone
L, 608, Residence phone 601.
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 is paid on Savings
Balances Ulf-yearl:.   ::
Business   Ace rants   opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATE? 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
We have
Cash
NEW WESTMIN8TER,    B. G
BRANCH
615 Columbia 8treot.
been  held  up by  the  opposition   obstruction in which Mr. Taylor had so
unwisely   and   conspicuously    Joined.
A  number   of  wharves,   required    in
this  district,  could  not  be  gone   on
with on this account, and works de-1
signed  for  the  Improvement of navi-i
gation  at  the mouth  of  the  Frase;, I
for  whicli the  sum  of  two   hundred!
thousand   dollars  had  been    granted,
were also unable to proceed.   The delay of this work, with the Stoppage of,
other   expenditures,   including   three!
I hundred    and   seventy-five    thousand
J dollars   for   additional    dredging    ap-!
paratus,   was   not   calculated    to  forward the utilization of the forty or
fifty   miles  of  water   frontage   lying
within the district, which promised to
afford the very  best sites for manufacturing purposes  when  the  navigation of the river was improved.
Mr. Oliver contrasted the Conservative attitude toward reciprocity, that
it 'tended    toward    the    dismemberment of the empire, with the position
that   party   had  assumed    when   the
Laurier government proposed to give
j Great  Hi Itain a preference   in Canadian markets.    In that case they had
, declined    to    assent    to    a  proposal
I which,  as    Mr,   Borden   had    put  it,
I might   build   factories   ln   Yorkshire,
I which  otherwise   might   be   built   at
bome.    They contended that no preference should be given unless a cor-
icsponding    concession    were    forthcoming from the British government.
Adverting   to   reciprocity,   from   a
local standpoint, Mr, Oliver remarked
that the fishermen of British Columbia  had  paid  over  one  million   dol-
I lars, for the privelege of selling their
I catch   to   American   customers   last
' year, this money having passed into
the   United   States   treasury   in   the
shape of customs duties, paid on the
British Columbia export.    Under the
reciprocity  treaty  this money  would
remain in the province, with the addition  of  millions   ot  dollars   more
which would come from the increased
trade   following   tbe    reciprocity   arrangement. According to official computation the readjustment' ot the tariff would mean an immediate increase
ln output amounting to 700 tons   of
coke perday from one mine in   the
Crow's Nest alone.   This represented
a daily gain of $3,500, so   that   the
probable   advantage ,of  the   arrangement as applicable to the   province
was easily discernible.
The strange and almost ludicrous
anomoly discoverable in the opposition   to   reciprocal   trade   with   tbe
To Purchase
Approved
Agreements
cf Sale
Off tho-pehties
WHICH A."RE MOT
MOHTCACEH
PROMPT ATTENTION
"REAL   ESTATE A.J*fD
FI"RE 1/afSVRA.fiCE
* TEH CE/iT. MJtfTE-n-
EST Off TtEVO&ITS.
SUBJECT TO CHEQUE
CRE-DITET>I*OffTHL.y
317-321 Gamble St.
Vancouver, B.C
A Gurney-Oxford is as
prompt as young Appetites
There is no delsy; tbe children never have to wail ior meals when
you have ��� Gurney-Oxiord in the kitchen. With this raafe dinner is on
the dot. Your fire is absolutely reliable, the beat regulated and controlled by aa exclusive deviee, the wonderful little OXFORD ECONOMIZER. This
patent damper enables you to forget the fire
until the hour to start
dinner. And the saving ol coal will sston-
-^-^-^-^-^.^.^.^^^^ ith you;  20%redue��i
tioa   on your   bills   ij   an  easy  record ior this
little regulator.
Another advantage ii in its splendid oven facilities. No more soggy or'
over-done baking. Tbe oven heat is
controlled and guided equally over
front, back and tides by meant of the
DIVIDED FLUB STRIP.
Tb* Rcvenible Crate, lh* Broiler Top, Ik* P��le*l
Lift-up Hearth art mor* rcatona tor owning * Camay-
Oxford, and to thee* advantage* *r* added a ihiniai
appearance, artiitie deiign end perfect .... of operation.
Yoa ar* invited to sots* and ea* thi* aad other* sl lb* Gara*r lias.
T. J. TRAPP & CO. Ltd.,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
#
Sixty Yi
tho Standard
DrPRICrS
CREAM
Baking Powder
A straight, honest, Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder. Made
Sold without deception.
NO ALUM-NO LIME PHOM*HiPr��^i V/]
������ Alua ta lood must therefore act aa a poto���."
���Prof. Mama, Yak Vaberscr?.
Rend tho label.
Buy no baking powder unlearn
tho label abowa II to be made
from Cream of Tartarw
i
GOLD  DUST will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
^^^____________________________________W^
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
injusttherightpro- vi/,
portions to cleanse ,^^W^T
easily, vigorously, ^
and without harm to.
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
*\WSSSSSSSSSm*ISSSSSSSSSmSSSSSWSSS��msimsmmsmmmmmaaai
Made by THE  N.  K.  FAIRBANK COMPANY
Makers oi FAIRY SOAP, thc oval cake.
:<   ���
It Pays to Advertise in the Daily News
.��� : ���������' k^PAOE EIGHT
n^Bi1*
THE DAILY NEW9.>
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1911.  "i
News
S&*
Store
Closed
Monday
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Liberal committee    rooma,    'Phone      Dance ! Dance'.     At   Eagles   hnll
64, over Dally Newa Office, opposite  Monday,    September    4.      Kushton's
Carnegie library, are open each  day  orchestra.    Admission $1.00.
and evening.   Everybody cordially In-, ^^^^^^^
vited. *���    I    B Is stated by those who have the!
dally  handling of mucli    bllver th:.t |
Hev.  Dr.  Pidgeon. of  Weatmlnster there are In circulation at the present
Hall,  Vancouver,  conducted  the  ser- time a large number nf spurious Ame -
vice   last     nigln     in     SL   Andrews'   Jean half dollars.    These are slightly
Church. thinner at one edge than tlte genuine
t   m    p    winw   rvj   tfi KPHONEcoln' but are suoh a E"od ln>ltation
J.   M.  P.i   WIRE   O.t   TLLhIHONfc.  that they are not easily detected. The
your address   car.- of living Hotel    .,���,,   tQQ ���   |yeg  Bome  ^  {Q
\ ancouver.  \\ . G. M. i j c0,mterfelt orleln.
Owing to the fact that hia ls a Dominion holiday, the pollce cou.t Will
not be held this morning. - Magistral"
Edmonds will sit t union ow morning
when he may have a heavy calcndu ,
provided the Salmon Bellies win oui.
The magistrate being one of the fans
will bu inclined to look w'lih a f ivor-
able eye on those who may come before him as a result or biting the
grape to excess. A ihtuaman, u
Sam, who supplied diink to some Siwash Indians, is awaiting the pleasure of the court, having been arrested
by tlie police Saturday night. Thia
offense which ls a severe one In the
eyes of the law, may be the means ot
Sam going over the road tor a brief
term. I
Exclusive Showing of
New Fall Apparel
for Women
The Public
Supply Stores
SOAPS
T
When you want a piano do you go
to a butter and egg store for one 1 Of
course not. When you'want insurance
to whom do you go ?   Common sense
telle you to go to a man who makes
.  ... '��� ���, i
Insurance and nothing but insurance
hie business. When you want any
kind of Insurance come to ��ee me for
it.   That ia my business. t
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Weetmlneter.
Miss L.  Hoe returns September C       ' RQCEHjtS
from a visit to relatives iu Calgaiy
and Banff. She will resume her
music classes the following Monday,
September 11. **
The Inclement weather ot yeste'-'
day did not act na a deterrent to the'
Barmen's picnic which was beld at
Derby. Th.tuer went those who Ben.
out the beverages and co'dials and'
sometimes something stronger, and
with them went tlieir wives and many
othei'B who find such a jollly company the best of fellows. The steamer carried a full complement and a
great time was had on tne outward
journey  with  music  and  aong.  Dur-  _ _ . _    (.
ing the day sports and other pastimes I aiinnfV  anH   I fll I At
were held and the return journey was I LadllllUI J   dllU   M. UllCl
made late in the day the company arriving back in the 'Koyal City before
dusk set in. Altogether the day was
one to be remembered bjf those who
were fortunate to ,pbtalq.; the* necessary pastboards and regrets were
expressed on all bands that the season was now too far advanced to permit of jiiBt such another day being
given to the enjoyments of life.
The   classiest    lot   of   automobile
robes ever opened up In Westminster, CAfJ TIG QW^
are to be seen   at   T.   J. Trapp   |jBU��po CUv
Co.'s. "    '
Every day sees Something Aew added to this great
display of New Ready-to-wears. Never before have
the ladies of New Westminster had such choice of
beautiful garments; every garment is marked with
the sole aim of doing a greater business than ever
before, and giving, values that, once a customer
always one.
The Smith policy of Smart apparel at moderate prices, and no
charges for alterations, is establishing a prestige for this store
among the women's specialty establishments of British Columbia.
SUIT OF FINE ALL WOOL SERGE.
Coat   silk  lined, plain collar and fancy pocket. Plain
skirt  w;th pleat on each hip.  inverted box pleat at
ta.k.   In shades of  navy  and    black.     Priced    at
cach $25.00
A large shipment
of Toilet Soaps just
in. Prices are very
popular   and   the
SUIT   OF   FANCY  HOPSACK TWEED
Semi-fitting   coat, drop revere; inlaid collar of corded  silk;   trim-ned- with buttons;  sateen lined with
inside pocket. Plain   skirt   with     panel     back   anl
front.   Shade of electric  blue
Price each $32.50
SUIT   OF   BEAUTIFUL HOMESPUN 8ERGE.
Plain tailored coat with fancy back, Skinner satin
lined. Skirt made on high waist line model. Double
panel front and back. In shades of grey and brown.
Price each .*.. M5.0D
SUIT BROWN STRIPED SUITING.
Fancy drop revere, military braid and touches of
emerald green; velvet collar, cuffs to match, sateen
lined, empire back. Skirt with two ilea's on each
hip, loose paml on back. Price each $60.00
The steamer Transfer will make the
trip to Steveston and return on Sunday afternoons during the fishing
season, leaving the B. C. Electric
wharf at 3 o'clock. Round trip every
Saturday, leaving B.-K. wharf at 2
o'clock. ���*
PURE and CLEAN
LAUNDRY  SOAP
OF   ALL   KINDS
at   Lowest   Prices.
See the Display of New Fall Suitings
Here are assembled all the newest weaves, correct for Fall wear.    Special showing    of    exclusive
Suit ends tn Individual lengths.    All correct, all new, and at popula' prices.
PRICE $1.00 TO $2.50 PER YARD
We Invite you to visit this store and become r.c^uaintcd w:th the newest goods for Fall.
Store Closes at 6 p.m.
U1KTCH���On Saturday, September
2, at the Royul Columbian Hosptt
al, Mrs. .lames C. Birtch, of Kd
monds, in her twentieth year
The funeral will take place thla
(Monday) afternoon nt two o'clock
from Murchie's parlors. Interment
being in the Church of England
Cemetery.
and stir up the dust
germs when you can
buy a hand Vacuum
Cleaner for $12 ?
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
C-AIMTAi.         ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana ln London, ��ng-
and, New York, Ch<cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
baaklng business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents In all partB of the
mM.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
sud Interest a I towel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present r��t��).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
JAMES & McClUGHAN
553 Front Street
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
Phone 567
B.C.
214 Sixth  Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Just Arrived
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Popham's
Salome
Chocolates
AT
WS DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westmlnater. B.C.
PRINCESS STREET���Full sized lot,
cleared, faring south. Price $S50;
one-third cash, balance 0 and 11!
months.
FOURTH AVENUE���Double corner
on Fourth avenue and First street;
a fine building proposition. Price
$:',000; one-third casli. balance 6 anJ
1- months.
Building Lots
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5:45
a.m. and every 15 ' minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Sunday leaves at 6, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 mtuutes thereafter.
Lulu Iahind branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Cliilliwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CMILIMK
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, gt-d for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS  TO
TAKE   THIS   ENJOYABLE
.     ^^^^^^^^^^^M TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
*...**.!
(848)���SIXTH STREET, $900 EACH
���Three line cleared lots in orchard,
lane at rear. Price |900 each.
Terms can be arranged lo mil.
WEST END���Three fine lots near
Eighteenth street. Trice $2500,
one-third cash, balance C, 11! and 18
months.
TENTH AVENUE���Between Sixth
and Eighth streets, building lots,
all cleared. These are money
makers. Price $450 to $S00; one-
quarter cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and
24 months.
EDMONDS STATION���Lot* in block,
$450 to $475 each. These are in
the locality that is moving. Sec
us at once.
(836���FIFTH STREET, $750 EACH ���
Two lots on tbe widest street ill Hie
city, Fifth stieet now being graded.
Many improvements under way in
this locality. Price $750 e:;cl..
Favorable terms can be arranged,
(824)���NEAR QUEENS PARK, $1250
���Fifty foot lot with lane at rear.
Terms $500 cash, balance ta arrange.
(795)���FOURTH        STREET        AND
SEVENTH  AVENUE,   $2,500,   TWO   ���
LOTS���Double corner, fine building
silo in a locality where choice cb-
nera arc getting scarce. Price   fo
a  short   time  $2,500;     terms,    one
third cash.
(754)���TENTH AVENUE, $650 EACH
���Two lots on Tenth awnne, handy
to tramline, many lots in Immediate
district held at $800 to $1,000. For
a short time only $6."0 each, terms
to arrange.
EAST   END���Full   sized   lots  at  $375
each.   These will not last long.
McQuarrie Bras.
Phone  696.
622  Columbia  street.
(855)���DUBLIN STREET $900���Near
Tenth street, tine 50 foot lot.
Streets are graded and cement sidewalks laid. Many new and handsome homes under construction in
immediate vicinity. Price reduced
for a short time. Terms one-thirl
cash, balance to arrange.
(748)_PRINCESS STREET, NEAR
SIXTH STREET $1,000���Full lot.
near car line. Terms, one-<|uarter
cash, balance spread over eighteen
months.
(712)���FOURTH AVENUE, NEAR
SIXTH STREET���Fine lot with 50
feet frontage, corner, gocd building
site. I'rice $1700; te:ms to arrange.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
See our stock of
Sponges and Toilet Soaps
The best yet, both in quality and price.
    AT 	
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
��    'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
��� CALL AND 8EE THE I.ATE8T   IN TORIC BIFOC^8.      H
5J
SS. "PRINCE  ALBERT
will leave Vancouver Sept. 2 for Powell River,
Alert Bay, Hardy Bay, Rivers Inlet, Namu, Bella
Bella, Swanson's Bay. Ocean Falls, Lowe Inlet,
Claxton, Port Essington, Prince Rupert and the
Naas.    Passengers and freight.
iSS. PRINCE RUPERT
'and PRINCE GEORGE
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at       12   MIDNIGHT
FOR   STEWART    Mondays
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT        Mondaya and Thursdays
FOR VICTORIA AND 8EATTLE   Tuesdays and Saturday*
Connecting at Prince Rupert with steamer for Port Simpson, Kincolith and the Queen Charlotte Islands; also with the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway trains east 100 miles.
VICTORIA AND RETURN $2.70.   (Account Labor Day)
Leave Vancouver Sent. 2nd. Returning Leave Victoria Sept. 4.
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION. VICTORIA AND RETURN $2.70.
Leave Vancouver Sept. 5.     Good to return Sept. 7 and 11.
One Way and Round-Trip Excursion Tickets to All Points East Via
the Grand Trunk System Double Track Route.
Information cheerfully given.   No trouble to answer questions.
Harry O. Smith, G. P. & T. A Phone Seymour 71 OO
L. V. Druce, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone Seymour 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver. B. C.
GENERAL  AGENCY  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES

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