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THE LARGE DEMAND FOR
LC-'S AT WHITE ROCK 8HOW8
TKE POPULARITY OF THI8
RE80RT. ALL TRAINS 8TOP
THERE.
Stye iDmlg
ijFOLLOW    THE    CROWD    AND'
���SPEND   THE   WEEK   END   AT
WHITE   ROCK,   INDISPUTABLY
THE     FINEST     AND     8AFEST
BEACH IN B. C.
JLUME 6, NUMBER 156.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
JARD AU HOUSES
'Nelson in State of Great Excitement
FIREBUG STILL AT LIBERTY
Police Chief Afraid His Men May Be
Shot  as  Suspects���Attorney
General Takes a Hand.
Nelson. Sept. 7.���Steps are being
taken by Hon. W. J. Bowser, attorney
general,; for the apprehension of the
firebug who by a series of outrages
culminating In tbe destruction of the
smelter on Saturday, and by a determined attempt on the Yule-Columbia
lumber yards on Sunday, has struck
terror into tbe hearts of the citizens.
Information Is conveyed In the follow,
ing telegram from the minister, re
ceived this morning by Mayor Selouj,
in reply to the urgent entreaty from
the mass meeting of citizens on Sun
day that the govgrjjraent would take
the matter in hand:
"Impossible to send superintendent.
Can not undertake to take charge oi
situation.    Am making other arrangements, and working on case."
Under Armed Guard.
The police here explain that the
attorney general has the matter in
hand aud state that the exact p.ature
of (he attempts being made to bring
the incendiary to book will be kept
dark, as it is considered that absolute
secrecy Is necessary. Many women
in the city have become prostrate I
with fear, while almost every business
block and residence is under guard
by armed watchman. The pollce force
of the city is small, and the chief
feels that tbe danger of bis men being shot while patrolling dark alleys
under the Impression that they may |
be firebugs is so great that be ItaB ordered them to don the uniforms j
which were discarded when tho
trouble hist arose.
Everybody  Suspicious.
So suspicious are people becoming,
even of their fellow citizens, that ll
is almost impossible to walk along
the quietef streets without being followed and watched until one's residence is reached and enteral, whita
twice watchmen lmve been  held up ul
SPLENDID DISPLAYS
BV FISH DEPARTMENT
A Free    Show of   All   the    Different
Stages of Fish Lifesat Provincial
Exhibition.
One ot the most Interesting and
Instructive displays at the provincial
fair to be held ln this city from October 3 to 7 Is the exhibit shown by
tbe Dominion fisheries department.
Tbe display is housed ln a specially
erected building and will feature a
miniature fish hatchery in operation.
The salmon industry on the Fraser
river is known the world over and lt
is to give visitors an Idea of the great
work of propogation that Is being
carried on by the department that
this display Is being made. F. H.
Cunningham, chief Inspector of tbe B.
C. fisheries department, will have
charge "of the exhibit.
- The salmon is shown in the first
stages In the egg and then the different processes in the hatching of the
egg. until the young salmon ls shown
at the age wben lt is released from
the hatchery und compelled to take
care of itself amongst the other denizens of the deep. All the fish are
shown tn large tanks, filled with running water. Besides the salmon many
varieties of B. C. fresh and salt water
flsh are shown. Interesting preservej
specimens are also included in the
display, which will be one of the
most original and instructive on the
grounds. The building will be open
dally and all those interested may
visit the showing, free of charge. The
whole exhibit will be under the personal direction of Mr. Cunningham
and a staff of assistants who will explain all, and answer any questions
regarding the propogation of the salmon industry in Hritish Columbia.
"SENSELESS AND USELESS"
WAS TAYLOR'S ATflTUDE
The Late Member's Conduct at the Dominion Capital thus
Described by John Oliver in the Opera House���J. T. Congdon Makes Great Appeal for Reciprocity.
Honest John Oliver has during his the officials of the opposition party,
residence in this district delivered Mr. J. Stilwell Clute who was acting
many stirring addresses and talks to for the Conservatives plainly stated
the citizens and has roused his listen- that Mr. Taylor and himself were too
ers to a high pitch of enthusism. but busy to go into the details of thu
it is doubtful If he has ever in tbe meetings at that time, although when
past reached the pinacle to which he tbey were approached no schedule ot
climbed yesterday evening when bn' meetings had been drawn up by eith-
the stage of  the  Westminster opera  er party and there woul.l have been
house,   Lorne street,   under the aus-!
pices of the Westminster Liberal association he held a rally and  spoke'
for practically an hour on a series of
subjects, which all banded under the
caption of the reciprocity  agreement
plenty of time to draw up a list ln
which tbe Conservative member or
rather late member, would have had
every opportunity of making his dates
to suit bad be been so minded. Tbe
Intention of the speakers association
ECHO OE liOHMISlON
FROM 0.0. CALDERIAD
Evidence for Case of Board of Trade
���Discrimination    In    Freight
Rates Against West.-
COQUITLAM meeting
John Oliver and A B. Clabon
Give Addresses.
PEOPLE CROWD IN SUPPORT
Fraser   Mills   Unavoidably  Omitted���
Liberal Candidate A'so at Pitt
Meadows Thursday.
Edward Simpson occupied the chair
The official statistician of the state
of Washington railway board, O.  O.
Calderbead, gave evidence yesterday
morning ln connection with the case
brought up by  the Vancouver  board j
of trade asking tbe Dominion railway j
commission to get an order for a re-1
ductlon in freight rates on shipments |
from the Pacific coast to points In tbe
eaat, and vice versa. Mr. Calderbead s'   , ��� ���., _,,������,, * ,������     _, ��� ...
testimony treatel largely with freight  ��* ZftjKfifflf      i m B^iS  ���
mmim. i., .*.*. **.*m mt V..hin���. Zm i   l"01 on Wednesday night, whicb wa*
compared condmons tKwfththo^ addre88ed * th�� Llbera> cattdldate
was to the effect that the American goto weaken.******jery good
railroads do not charge their Pacltte j ES^ESLStt TVLJK
coast divisions with such heavy; d^ltion manifested by a couple ot
(meriting expenses as are charged by pntlemen In the audience to seek for
the C. P. R and also that the rail- ^Ti ^ ti. ��5.2" St��? TI
roads of the United States divide the ��b*'Sl g Thi* ��� Ei��� hm w
revenue among the various divisions gfigft;    �����Be   wntlemen   did   not
are waking politclans all over the Do- was to devote an equal time for each  of the "line" more "fairly than"is done l?d,ca!* Awi?At ?art,cu!f,Ll'?e ��* work
_i_, Tt.   ' .. .i.-i- -i '���aim..... ������-- - .-������   *-*-* *���*   **-���*���- they had In view.    Whether It was
that of the sawyer, tbe blacksmith,
tbe carpenter, the teamster, the
shingle weaver, the stevedore, the
machinist, tbe brakeman, the engineer, the motorman, the doctor, the
lawyer, the clerk, the reporter, tho
mason, the laborer, the harvester, tho
ings.    With the    exception    ot    the  maiiilng"30"per~cent."of the total cort  fhuier or any other of the great aimy
minion to a sense of their responsi-  candidate to make a talk, but this ap-. in Canada.
bllitics and duties. ! parently was not to the liking of the,     A  great deal  of the    statisticians
Had the late member for the' dls- editor of the Columbian. Noting that evidence was extremely technical In
trict, Mr. J. D. Taylor, been present Taylor was endeavoring to side step character. He aald, however, that a
he would have undoubtedly felt the proposed joint meetings, the Liu- large railroad like the C. P. R. could
the strength of his opponent. Time erals decided that the ne.\t best thinx' assign accurately about 70 per cent.'
and again Honest John brought to to do was to send the opposition an of the cost of transportation to
light the failings and    shortcomings  open  invitation  to  attend  the  meet-  freight and traffic service.    The re-
would "necessarily "be" assigned Tr- ??gaged .!n_tbe  wo;lrld'8  *or!c"    An*
of Taylor, showed how he had fallen ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
down on everything he bad so faith-  Chilliwack  meeting  the Conservative r t. e  ���. _ .  ���
fully promised to carry out when he candidate had been    conspicuous   by  bltrarlly  on  train  mileage  basis or as tbe ^'bera' speakers���in the   rui_
sought the suffrage of the constituen-  his absence.   Taylor had accepted the' on any other system that   might be  ged Phraseology of    Mr. Oliver���ar��
cy, and how he had Wasted the time Chilliwack invitation with alacrity. It adopted. j not walking enclycopedlas they were
RESULT  OF  AUTOPSY
DEATH BY DROWNING
of the Dominion house at Ottawa was not for him (Mr. Kennedy) to be
when matters of Importance were dogmatic, but he opined that while
down for settlement. Taylor had been given all the time
Mr. Oliver, from the outset, spoke he   desired���forty    minutes���he   had
with an optimistic voice and assured   not a leg to stand on at the conclu-
bls hearers that the time had come
when this riding of New Westmlns'er
must return to the house in the capital of the Dominion one who was conversant with the many matters which
sion of his talk to the electors, li;
had been stated ln certain quarters
that the letter sent to the opposing
candidate through his election agent
might have miscarried.   That was not
An autopsy was held yesterday I of this part of the province,
afternoon on the body of the unknown i Following after John Oliver. J. T.
man who was found floating in the! Congdon. late member for the Yukon.
Fraser river on Wednesday morning, j delivered an eloquent aldress on be-
Dr. T. B. Green, who conducted the j half of reciprocity, and the Liberal
autopsy, arrived at the same cou-' candidate. His speech was of preclusion as Coroner King, M.D., oi\ found interest, of deep intellectuality
Ladner, who pronounced death due) and thought, and the manner of it's
to drowning. No new features of the delivery was such as to appeal in a
case were revealed except that the! most marked manner to the whole of
blow which marked the dead man's j the audience packed into the opera
forehead was dealt him prior to his! house. Mr. Congdon illustrated very
deatli, and  that  he  had been  In th? I clearly  Ihe benefits which  would ac-
held for the betterment of the people  the fault of those who sent lt.    Tho
meetings had been well advertised
and had Taylor so desired he could
have attended at least some, if not
all the meetings. The speaker concluded by Citing instances where the
water while still living. There were
no marks on (he body which eoukl
have proved sufficient to cause death.
wholesaler, manufacturer and ex-
alderman, of a man who was seen
lighting a flre away from any buildings on the Hats nea'r the lake. Mr.
McDonald watched this fellow for
some minutes and then trailed bim
for many blocks up town. The man
proved to be an out-of-work cook who
had walked in from Spokane. He lei
the amateur sleuth a merry chase.
Finally Mr. McDonald arrested him,
after a struggle, and took him to the
police office where the matter was
Investigated and the man told to
hurry back to Spokane.
There were no traces ot the deceased having been addicted to tho
habit of drink nor was there any
liquor in his stomach.
While several people have culled at |
crue to (he Dominion as a result Ot
the reciprocity pact and he sbowe!
the folly of the Conservative positlcn.
The' meeting waa one ot the' \iu��Bt.i
If not the most, important held by
the Liberal farces since the campaign
opened. Although not timed to begin
until eight o'clock, the auiitorlum
was well filled ten    minutes    before
reciprocity agreement wc-tild hep this
province and this city. He then Introduced the principal speaker, Johu
Oliver.
Rousing Reception.
When Mr. Oliver arose from his
seat and approaches "the front of tha
stage, he had to wait until the applause, almost deafening, had subsided. He had thanked the electors
for their attendance  when  again  the
���
Regarding the statement that  the  torc?d toJorego the pleasure of dia-
actual cost of carrying one thousand cussing these questions
tons one mile was $712 on the Pacific'    Mr clabon Provel hlms��lf   to   be
division of tbe C. P. R-, and $545 on
the eastern division,  Mr. Calderbead
said that it was unfair to charge all
the terminal    expenses   against    the
coast  division  after the  freight  had
been  hauled    across    two  or  three
divisions.     He    thought    that      tbis
might account for nearly one dollar
of   the   alleged   difference   in   freight
charges.    On the American railroads
there bad been in    recent    years    a
tendency to decrease    the   operating
expenses    despite    the    increase    in j
wages and the increased cost of materials.
SHOT THROUGH HEAD;
DESIRES NO   INQUEST
a most effective and engaging speaker. His argument was enlivened by
witty sallies and forceful passages,
which carried the audience into en
thusiasm and good humor.
Owing to detention at Coquitlam-
Mr. Oliver was unable to meet the
; people at the Fraser Mills on Wednesday night, but assurances were received from them that the circumstances were thoroughly appreciated:
and that his cause woi 13 not be a!,
lowed to suffer on that accouut.
At   Pitt  Meadows  yesterday   after-
] noon    a large    number   of    electors
| gathered  to  hear  the Liberal  candidate.   Mr. Mansor occupied the chair-
Vancouver, Sept. 8.���A man by the
name of F. T. Moore was found dead
in his room at 41 Hastings street
east last even fog- with a bullet hole
through his bead.    He had blen miss-
��ll���� Sa��rS��oi��S7i^ uU tt>&t\ dfcoul* toe MAwm Me *o*V """"""^
lt  waa  wltn a Ae*\ ot pteaanre  XXsmt*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Stampede for Gold.
Vancouver, Sept. 7.���A. Shepherd,
manager of the Catlayo Gold Mining
company, confirms the report of the
discovery of rich gold and sflver bearing property in the Chilcouu district
the undertaking parlors of Murchie that time. When the curtain roee
& Son to view the remains of th-j I and displayed the candidate and pro-
dead man no one has yet been able! m-nent  citizens   on   the   stage   every
to identify him.
PEACE  ASSOCIATION.   X
SYNOD IS OPENED
High Church Dignitaries Are
Present
seat In the theatre was occupied
while standing room was at a premium.
J. W. Rushton's band discoursed
sweet music and met with hearty applause at the conclusion of each
speech. I
Mr. George Kennedy, president of
i the Liberal association, who acted an
he addressed that concourse ot electors. On the question ot hls opponent. J. D. Taylor, he wished to state
that although be had been addressing
meetings for the past two weeks he
had not received a single Invitation j
to attend. The speaker, however,
took French leave when at Langley
he made an appearance in the camp
of the opposing forces, and no matter
If Mr. Taylor was gratified or not, he
(Oliver) was, and that was the prin-|
cipal thing.    (Cheers.)
Fearlessly Oliver attacked the late
member for the manner in which he
had obstructed  the business of    the'
BASEBALL.
tnsw* AahcTOtt.
Northwestern League.
Thursday. September 7.
At Spokane���Vancouver fi, Spokane
(ten innings).
At  Seattle���Tacoma 8,  Seattle  3.
At Victoria���Victoria 4. Portland 3.
HOLD EXTRA MEETING
; AT ST. PAUL'S CATHEDilAl
to
Few Present and Election of Officers
Postponed.
At the adjourned meeting of tho
National Peace association which was
held yesterday afternoon tbere wero
so few of the meiubers present tha
lt was decided to posti one the election of oiioeis till tho ne: t regular
meeting wbicli wi 1 be be d some time
after the joint meeting scheduled for
October 2.
Tills meeting will bring Utc
branches of New Westminster, Van
couver and Victoria together and '��
Ir expected a large amount of business will he got through. From New
Westminster there will go to the Joint
meeting among other He.-. Father
O'Boyla, I). B. Curtis, George Small,
H. P. Vidal and J. J. Johnston. I impressive    ceremony
Since the elections are so close at I cathedral,  participated  in by    thirty-
baud   it. bas been found  hard to get   flve camm,    of    ,ne    church)    th,rty
Bishop   of   Duluth   Preaches   Opening
Sermon at London, Ontario
Huge Crowd.
London. Ont., Sept. 7.���The general
synod of the Church of Englv.nd iu
Canada, was opened today by a most
ln    St.  Paul's
chairman, ln the course of an Intro- country at the Dominion capital,
ductory address invite! the close at- "Senseless" and "useless" were the
tention of the meeting to the state- only terms which he could apply to
ments ln the evening paper of that the attitude taken by the man who
day, which hud, doubtless under oi'-1 was up until a short time ago, the
ders from the, editor, who was the'chosen of the electors. He (Taylor)
late member for the constituency, had been the cause of much gOo-T be-
prlnted a story about "Campaign lies" ing averted from the Fraser river
and which had attacked the Daily city, and he had time and again
News. This had reference to tbe ftct spoiled much which would have been
that J. D. Taylor had refused to at- for the benefit of Westminster. When
tend the series of meetings held it had been proposed to bring in ma-
througbout the constituency and the  chinery to improve the condition  of
School Board Trustees Consider Overcrowding
The Third Province.
London,  Jnt.,  Sept. 7.���Legislation
for the third ecclesiastical    provinc3
I of the Anglican Church in Canada wa=j
inaugurated    at    the   general    synod
meeting today wlun the recommendfe-
f tion ot the house of bishops  for the
establishment of the province of British Columbia was placed  before    tha
house of delegates.  The recommendation comprises the dioceses o.. Columbia of Kootenay, of Caledonia and of
New  Westminster.    Tbe    other    two
provinces are Rupe:ts Land and Canr
Shipowners' Association.
. ��___^ '     Vancouver, Sept. 7.���All the owners
r       "*       "' j of vessels in the province have form-
ND ROOM FDR ALL rM^^SS^aS;M" *'";
evening parer assertej thnt tbe late
member had not been In receipt of
any s*ich invitation or invitations as
had been stated, ln detail Mr. Kennedy told how he, with tbe secretary
of the Liberal association, and the
Liberal candidate had conferred with
tbe  river���one  of  the  finest    assets
which  the  city   could  boast���Taylor,
and those behind him on the Columbian, had shouted "fake."
As a farmer, the speaker maintatn-
*^^*mm^ I   |
(Continued on Page Five.)
the members of the association together and therefore very little busi
ness was done yesterday.
Crop Estimated.
Winnipeg, Sci.t. 7.���The Grain
Dealers' association estimate the crop
of wheat at 177,500,000; oats, 182,250-
000; barley, 34,:t35,000, and flax at
7,500,000  bushels.
Powers Take a Hand.
Washington. Sept. 7.���Conditions in
the province of Fzechuan, China, have
become critical an;! all the poweis
have dispatched gunboats thither, and
have taken steps to protect their citizens. It Is reported tbat all the
foreigners are Bafe.
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deans, the  bishops I ���
! ���
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DURNAN   BEATS   HACKETT.
He Wlll    Now    Challenge    Arnst,    of
Australia.
Kenora, Ont., Sent. 7.���Durnan, cf
Toronto, defeated Hackett, cf Kenora,
by five lengths in a matched race to
day. The course was three miles aiul
a turn and tbe time 20 minutes an.l
23 seconds. .
Tbe winner will challcn"e Arnst. or
Australia, for the championship of
the world.
archdeacons  unl
of the different dioceses, the Archbishop of Ottawa, attended by his
chaplains, Archbishop Matheson of.
Rupert's Land, primate ot Canada.
The sermon was delivered by tha
Blshpp of Duluth.
This afternoon the opening meeting
of the synod was held in Cronyu hair.
Archbishop Matheson of Ruperts
Land delivered a very strong address.
"The present era of Canada," he
said, "Is a history making epoch.
There is need for expansion on the
part of the church in the rapidly
growing districts of Canada."
He also urged that a strong committee be named to further close re*
lations with the other Protestant
bodies.
Following the charge of the primate
tbo bishops met In the upper house
Rev. President Powell, of King's col;,
lege, was . elected prolectutor after a
warm contest. Archdeacon Ingles was
appointed clerical secretary; for lay
secretary F. 11. Glsborne was named.
Judge McDonald, of Brockville, was
re-elected honorary secretary, t n be
half of the clergy and the laity of
the diocese of Huron, Bishop William]
was presented with a pastoral staff.
WHO IS THE LIAR  NOW 7
In the provincial government pap fed organ, styled by courtesy
a newspaper, which could not exist on Its merits, but only by the
heartv feeding in the hog trough, as vide its pages and pages of
irrelevant government advertising, appears the following:
A CAMPAIGN  LIE.
In the local Liberal organ, circulating as the aftermath of an
automobile gift contest, there appears today this shamelessly untrue announcement:
"Mr Taylor has been especially Invited to attend tonight s meeting and it is difficult to see how he can gracefully escape this time
after the demands which have been brought to bear upon him."
So far from being "specially invited," Mr. Taylor has not received an invitation of any kind what may be regarded as the
standing invitation from each candidate to the other to attend at
anv meeting Mr. Tavlor has a complete program of meetings independent of those of Mr. Oliver. Tonight he speaks at Eburne, as
Mr. Oliver and his organ and committee well know."
The following is n copy of a letter written by tbe Liberal campaign secretary, to the campaign secretary of J. D. Taylor, and
dated August 31:
Mr  J   Stilwell Clute. Citv. August Rl, 1911.
' Dear sir���your candidate Is extended a cordial invitation to b-?
present and speak at a grand Liberal meeting to be held in t��>�� New
Westminster opera house on the evening of September 7, 1911, at
8 p.m.
Very -truly,
W. J. CORBETT, Secretary.
"Who is the lia-, now ?"
2 )
Will  Erect Tent    at    Lord    Kelyin-
Tenders to Be Let Thursday-
Office for Dctor. and Nurse.
A special meeting of the school
board was held last night for the
purpose of considering the tenders
for the new    Sixth    avenue    school.
However,   although   tenders   were
Great Lacrosse Practice.
What    was    without   the    faintest
shadow of a doubt the finest exhibi'
tion of lacrosse either in practice of
a league game was that shown yesterday  afternoon  when    the    world's '
champions before a merry    band   st'.
fans went through a series of pluys-
which made even the enthusiasts sit
up and take notice.   Not until yesterday bad the Salmons been seen    fn
condition  and  this   is  said  even  remembering tbe wonderful play of last
Monday.    Doughy  Spring and  Sandy
opened none was let, and the matter Gray were absentees, but as both are
was allowed to stand over for an- in the pink of condition, nTS-a^ene**
other week. The decision of the 0f these two stickhandlers was not
board will be made known at the flrst missed. All the others were out and
regular meeting, which will be held made a showing which must put their
next Thursday night. The tenders victory on Saturday in the "absolut-*-
for the wiring of the new Sapperton jv�� column. Johnny Howard made
school were not opened. They *lll his initial bow since the crushing de-
also be dealt with next Thursday. I feat handed out to the near chant
The question of overcrowding at pions on Labor Day, and the defence
Lord Kelvin school was brought be- player was there with bells on ai.
fore the board, and lt was decided every move and stage ot the game,
that a school tent was the only. Manager C. A. Welsh, with other-
feasible solution of the problem. A members of the executive were pres;
tent similar to   those   in   Tipperary   ent and expressed themselves oa de-
park and Sapperton will be erected
Immediately to meet the need for further accommodation. There are already twenty-flve scholars who cannot be placed, and new pupils are
arriving daily. Tbe school boaTS is
facing a hard problem in trying to
handle the crowds of newcomers this
year.
An office is being arranged in tho
school board building in front of the
Central school for Doctor McEwen
and Nurse Wright, who have charge
of the health of the pupils in attendance at the tchools. The room will
be the one formerly used as a store
room. There will be regular hours
set apart by the board at which con
ent and expressed themselves 03
lighted with the tryout of the players,
and went home flrm in the belief that
the match of tomorrow is practically
won.   The fact that Vancouver might'
spring a surprise on the  holders of*
the Minto Cup dil not seem to worry
the men behind the    gun    and    tha-
score  is  already  chalked   up  in   tho
dressing rooms.    As    our   neighbor*
might not like at this stage to be informed of these    figures,    they    can-
keep until the whistle finally    blowi
tomorrow afternoon.
Reserved seats on the grand stand
are selling like hot cakes and although no attendance like that at the
last game is expected, the Westminster officials look for at least eigbt
;���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
suit atlon and examination ot children thousand spectators.   Herb RthH. the
will take place.   Repairs are a'so go drug  king, has  some seats  le't. antT
In? on In Secretary Davles' office ad- early  application    is    ne-essary    aa
joining the new ntedical office. those in Vancouver are golr.gr quicklg_
J PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEW9L
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911,
"7
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few blocks of News office.    Apply
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near News office. Apply 11, tbe
Daily News.
WANTED���A GIRL IN THE AFTER-
noon to look after children. Apply
Mrs. Payne, Od Royal avtnue.
WANTED���LOTS AND ACREAGE
to clear, landscape gardening. Apply J. S. McKlnlev, Edmonds.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
WANTED���A YOUNG WIDOW RE
quires position as housekeeper to
bachelor or widower. Box 2i Daily
News.
WANTED KNOWN ���A PUBLIC
spiritualism meeting will be held at
the residence of Mrs. Clark, Inman
avenue, Central Park, near station,
���every Thursday evening, at eight
o'clock.    Investigation  invited.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
house work; family of five; no children.   Apply 1112 Fifth avenue.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
Btreet, supplies men for all large
Jobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
Bargain.
Circumstances make me
sacrifice part of my Imperial
Car and Shipbuilding stock.
Chance ofj a lifetime for
parties with cash.
ADDRESS: BOX FIVE,
DAILY NEWS.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���NEW MODERN SEVEN
roomed house on Fourth atreet, two
blocks from car. Price $3600, $350
cash, balance as rent. Apply evenings, 424 Third avenue.
Collectors   may  search   Britain   up
and down.  In all  its conceit   rooms
and museums,  yet come across few i
examples  of  that interesting  but al-!
most obsolete muskal instrument, the !
serpent.
Readers of the Wessox novels will:
recall frequent allusions to this weird
music maker, with the aptly descrip-;
tive designation. Tbe serpent was al-
way! found in tbe village orchestras
that accompanied the church singing
before the use of American organs or j
full organs.
Ia one of the most humorous short
stories penned by Thomas Hardie,;
"Absentmindcdness in a Village
Choir," tbe serpent bore a part in the
unexpected playing of the "Devil
Among the Tailors," wliich electrified,
a Christ mas congregation, instead of
the expected hymn tune. It ls ex-'
plained that the rural musicians had
previously attended too many dances;
the sermon was long; they beguiled
ihelr tedium in the music gafiery with
hot ale, and fell asleep. So they
awoke fuddled, and thought tlie^ werg
at the dance tbey had attended the
night before. Hence the jig instead
of the solemn hymn.
The serpent held a unique place
among musical instruments. It is the
only wood instrument in which thj
music ls produced by the vibration of
the lips on a mouthpiece, as in a braS3 j
instrument. Its tone Is a rich bari-1
tone, and modern conductors who
have heard it are amazed that the
serpent was ever allowed to fall into
disuse. Nevertheless, it has not been
used professionally since about 188fi,
when it formed part of every Biitish
military band.
She Gets Hers.
London, Sept. 7.���Mary Ferguson,
an American woman, described as an
actress, and a Russian named Alexander Ivanovich, were sentenced at
the Old Bailey today to flve years' imprisonment on t|ie charge of shoplifting.
Danger to Missionaries.
Toronto, Sept. 7.���A considerable
number of Canadian missionaries aro
in Nankin province, where 100,000
are reported drowned, but no word
from the mission authorities there
has been received at the Toronto office. It is thought here they have escaped, but they must have been in
considerable nerll.
The Ladies of New Westminster May Now Have Beautiful Hair. Ryall the Druggist has the Article and Guar-
;)K     SALE���COSY     NKW     Dl *>*V|-_fc_M  ;f    t.    r>      ���,    U-l*.     m��
low; close to car; four large rooms.   ant��8�� It   to   Grow   Hair,   or
bath, toilet; large pantry; full base- D  ,      . v ..
ment;   well   atocked  kitchen;   gar   Ketund lour Money.
<ien. Price $2750;
Owner, 718 Seventh
Westminster.
easy    terms,
avenue,   New
TO  HUtT.
ROOMS   SBWU   TTORNIBHED
day, week or month; rates very reasonable.    &43 FTont Btreet,
FOR     RENT���BEDROOMS,
library.   Apply 701 Agnes street.
TO RENT ��� SUITE OF NICELY
furnished housekeeping rooms; also
large front room. Apply coiner
Agnes and Dufferin. Telephone No.
L638. 	
TO      it ENT ��� TWO      FURNISHED
housekeeping    rcoms;    first    floor.
Apply 224 Seventh street.
Ryall, the druggist, backed up by
the manufacturers of SAL>TA, the
Great Hair Grower, guarantees it to
grow hair. /
SALVIA destroys  Dandruff  In    teu
4��ym.
The roots ot tbe hair are bo nouy-
���a*ir\ tehed and ted that a new crop ot hair
springe up, to the amazement and delight of the user. The hair is made
soft and fluffy. Like all American
NEArI Preparations SALVIA is daintily perfumed. It is hard to find an actress
who does not use SAT.VIA continually.
Ladies of society and influence use
no other. <   ���.  j
SALVIA is a non-sticky preparation, and is the ladies' favorite. A
lai^e, generous bottle, 50c. Tha
Scobell Drug Co., St. Catharines
Canadian distributors.
FOR    RKNT
with sittin;
men  only.
Telephone
veniences.
liost office.
���  TWO    BEDROOMS|
; room to let to gentle-
Breakfast    if    desired.
and      modern      con-]
Five minutes from thel
Terms moderate.    En-
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
quire Phone R 414.
TO RKNT���DOUBLE ROOM    FURN
To Contractors.
Tenders are invited for the following work:
tl) River road (near Boundary
road) filling ravine and grading, 1(1,-
iit)i�� cubic yards.
t'.')  Johnston road   twest of  Bridge
ished;  suitable for
voting ladies or1 -s'��- 1 in D.L, 07), filling ravine   and
married
Btreet.
couple.    Apply    23    Alice
TO RENT���OFFICE ROOM UP
. Btairs, Speck block, Columbia street,
..Apply  to Alex. Speck,    743    Front
I   street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
fo rent, 319 Regina street, %22 a
���month.
TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms In Cliff block, on
Sivtb street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Cfhap-
man, room 2, third floor.
LOST.
rading, 1S0U cubic yards
(3) Grading Royal Oak road (Hive-
road to the Vancouver road).
Plans and profiles may be obtained
at the Engineer's Office, Municipal
Hall, Edmonds, B.C., on ami after
Saturday, September 9, upon deposit
of |6.00, which sum will be returned
to all bona title tenderers.
Tenders will not be considered unless submitted on official forms and
accompanied by a marked cheque for
5 per cent, of the amount of tho
tender.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned will be received up to 12
noon, September IG, 1011.
WM. GRIFFITHS,
"^r^r" '   ���' Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B.C.
LOST���WHITE PONY WITH SHORT I CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mane and tall off, 221) Strand |
.avenue, Sapperton. Finder please .
return it and receive reward.
Health Department.
LOST���BLACK POCKETBOOK, ON
Monday, between King's hotel and
B. C. E. R. depot. Finder please re-
turn same to Daily News and re
ceive reward.
SPIRITUALIST SERVICE.
A Spiritualist Service will be held
at Mrs. J. Clarke's residence, Inman
avenue, Central Park, Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock.   All are welcome.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Notice.
The statutory meeting of tbe Board
of License Commissioners will be held
at the Municipal Hall, on Wednesday,
September 13th, 1911, at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon.
Edmonds,  B.C.. Seftemuer 5, 1911.
/
Tenders for Garbage Carts and
Wagons.
The Corporation is desirous of rece
iving tenders  for garbage carts and
wagons for the health department.
Plans and specifications can be obtained from the office of the City
Engineer.
Sealed tenders to be delivered to
the undersigned by 5 o'clock on the
18th day of September.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
September 6, 1911.
Sailing Notice.
The S. S. Paystreak Will re mime
her regular Westminster-Chilliwack
run on Saturday, Sept. Oth, leaving
B.  K. wharf at 8 a.  m.
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.
���the power to enjoy to Ihe lull life's
work and pleasure���comei oal/ with s
good digestion.
Special
Demonstration
ofthe
Chancellor
and others of the splendid line 	
of durable, economical, reliable and attractive BHHBB&*
Gurney-Oxford Stoves
and Ranges
now on display at our store���a demonstration that marks the 20th Century
^achievement in stove-making.   Come and examine the special points of
excellence���
The Oxford
Economizer
-a marvellous device for the control of the heat. It gives a saving of 20%
in fuel, besides economy of time and labor. A patent authorized only on
this line.
The Divided Oven Flue Strip is a great economy of food. All
danger of failure in baking is minimized with this clever arrangement for
even distribution of heat. There is no better test of practical stove-
work than this perfect oven control.
Another advantage lies in the Reversible Grate equipped with strong
interlocking teeth that save waste, maximum heat with less fuel.
The Broiler Top���the strong oven door, are excellent features���
and these all combine with attractive designs in wide variety of size
and price.
You are earnestly invited to come and inspect the Gurney-Oxford
line���for the good of your purse, your health, and "all the comforts
of home."
T. J. TRAPP & CO. Ltd.,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
Vigorous Health
tone up weak stomachs���supply the digestive Juices which are lacking���ensure
your food being properly converted Into brawn and sinew, red blood aad active
brain.   60c a box at your druggist's or from 32
National Drug a*4 Ch.reid Co. of Cnad., Limited.       ...
Moatr.at.
INTERURBAN TRAMS      EXCURSION TO
Westminster branch. ��� Cara
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 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island 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 1
��.m. to io ss.m*.
Fraaer VaUvy Una. ��� C��t��
leave tor Cfilmwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1.05, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m.
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on Its Fraser Valley
line.
Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return   until   Mrmd.,.
MAKE    YOUR    PLANS   TO
TAKE   THI8   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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Ovilftoclay
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It is as important tr cultivate one's musical taste as to acquire
a taste for good li ture. Victor Records certainly assist,
greatly in attaining .as end, and the September list out today includes an exception lly f'>ne range of selections that are
both instructive and amusing. Special mention is made of the
following:
10-inch   Double-side .  (90c for the two).
16���10  (You'll  Do the San-e Thing Over Again  Murray
(My   Hula   Hula    Le\e    j ones and Murray
(Carmen Selection (Xylophone)      \V. 11.  Reitz
16892��� (Musetta  Waltz    (Whistling)   Guido Glaldinl
12-inch Double-sided ($1.50 for the two),
,MQ.(Pink Lady Waltzes    Victor Dance Orchestra
"is       (Immortellen Waltr   victor Dance Orchestra
10-inch   Red Seal, $2.00.
87081���Madame   Butterfly (Amore O grillo)    Puccini
Sung by the Great, Tenor, Rlccardo Martin.
These are but a few of the real good ones for September.
HEAR THEM TODAY AT YOUR DEALERS.
Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited, Montreal
Ask any of the Victor-Berliner dealers for a September
Supplement, which contains a complete list of the new
single   and   Double-faced records.
BE  SURE  TO   HEAR  THE  VICTROLA.
New Victor Records
WHfTESttR
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SAILINGS  FROM   MONTREAL  AND QUEBEC TO   LIVERPOOL
UNTIL NOV. 18, THEN FROM PORTLAND, ME., AND HALIFAX.
LUXURIOUS TWIN
AND TRIPLE SCREW
ROYAL  MAIL
STEAMERS
"Laurentic"  'Megantic"
SEPT. 16-3C
OCT. 14-28.
if
��   SEPT. 23.
OCT. 2.
"Canada" 0CT 7
NOV. 4.
Maintaining a service of exceptional merit and affording the lutest devices for comfort and safety, including wireless telegraph and submarine signals.    .
The LAURENTIC and MEGANTIC are Uie largest, finest and most
modern steamers from Canada. Elevators, lounges, ladles' and smoking-
room suites with bath. String oi chest ra. First, second and third class
passengers carried.
The TEUTONIC and CANADA carry cabin passengers ln one class only
(II) affording maximum facilities at minimum cost. Fine third class.
Apply local railway agents or company's office, 61'J Second Ave., Seattle.
B.C. Mills
limber  and 1 rading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealera in All Kinds ol
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, 8A8H,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA88.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Box   13'
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CUTLERY
See Our Window Display of Pearl Handle Goods
FISH   8ET8
FRUIT 8ETS
FISH CARVERS
BREAD KNIVES
BERRY SPOONS, ETC.
DESSERT 8ET8
DINNER 8ET8
BUTTER 8PREADER8
CAKE   KNIVES
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.C R'y
THE
JEWELER
For CKoice Beef, Mutton
Pork or Veal
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,       W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President. Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKUN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD.   ========
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Ns. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  MOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now ia the time to builCfor>ale or rent while price* are low
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
��� *x*
*.
ti FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IOARD' OF TRADE���NEW WEBT-
minster Board cf Trade meeta ln tb*
board roc.,., City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday ot eacb montn;
quarterly meeting on tbe tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday Ot
February. New member* may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meetian, " M
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
C. H.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27.-
The regular meetings of thia lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' 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-;
tary;   R. Purdy, financial secretary
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrleter-at-
law, aoliclter, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Wee*
minster, 6. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
[WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE ��
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westmlnater offices, Rooma 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver Offlces, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle atreet. F. C Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor ahd notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
AYLING & SWAIN, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
#kUDITORANDAC^
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
11 ISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office, Columbia SL
NEW
MAIL
IS
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd.
THEROYALUNE
MONTREAL���QUEBEC.
TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND
Shortest  Route to London on 12,000
Ton Floating Palaces.
Next   Sailings  from   Montreal:
ROYAL GEORGE  8EPT. 20
ROYAL EDWARD  OCT. 4
ROYAL GEORGE  OCT. 13
ROYAL EDWARD  NOV. 1
ROYAL GEORGE  NOV. 15
Xmas Sailing from Halifax.
ROYAL   EDWARD NOV.   23
ROYAL   GEORGE DEC.   13
Rates of Passage:
1st Class, $92.50, and upwards.
2nd Claas, $53.75, and upwards.
3rd Class, Bristol or London, $31.25
Fui thee information from Ed Oon-
le*. C. P. R. Ageat, or write
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
For Up-to-date
P
RINTIING
OO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of Job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
^^^^ WESTMINSTER
SERVICE
(Tlma Time
of of
Arrival; Closing;
89:09��� United States via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday) .23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
12:00��� Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily   except   Sunday). .11:16
18:00���Vaneouver via B. C. E. R.
***~*-0$ ewcejjj Sunday)..16:00
weean Suaday) .11:15
7:80���WaHMBtaHis via O. N. R.
tmO >a����t Siiday).. 9.4B
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All  points east  and  Europe   (dally)  8:30
22:30���All   peints east  and   Europe   (dally)    14:00
10:18���Sapperton     and     Fraser
i. Mills      (dally     except
Sunday)  8:30
10:00���Sapperton    and     Fraser
mills      (dally      except
Sunday)      14:00
^^ (dally  except
Sunday)
13:00���Central    Park    and
monds    (dally
Sunday)      	
1400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and   Friday    14:30
10.00���Laiiner. Port Guichon,
Westham Island. Bun
Villa       14:30
|0:00���Annleville.  Sunbury (dally
except Sunday)    14:20
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday    and     Satur-
...14:30
Saturday
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
SH. to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agenta
Westminster Iron Works
Phone SS.
Tenth   SL,  New  Weatmlnster.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Prlnceas St
COAL
,
gOUSE FLIES ��r�� ���**���* ���
������-������������������-    minure and revel
i.i fi!;'.:. Scientist* h*ve ducovered that they are
lirjsly retponaible (ot the spread oi Tuberculous,
Typhoid, Diphtheria, Dysentery, Infantile Dueatea
of thc Bowels, etc.    Every packet ol
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
will kill more flies than 300 sheets
���f sticky paper.
THE   8TRIKE    DEFERRED.
to   Con-
Unions of American  Roads
tinue  Work.
Chicago,   Sept.   7.���After   members
of the international committee representing the unions involved in the dls-| affected
AtfT * thoroorh InTMtlcatlon af
nrloua braads of paint* Martin-
Benonr prored to be the palal
w* coold rlak oar reputation aa.
Martin-Senour
MXK Pure Paint
which we (-aaranta* to ba Pare
White liaai. Pore Oxide of Zinc, and
Para Llnaeed Oil, wttb of oonrae tha
Baceaaary coloring mirredlenta and
dryer*. Mow to ba entirely truthful,
ther do make a few dark ahadea
tbat cannot ba produced from lead
and ilno. Oome In tbe atore and wa
WiU abow tbem to yon-bat every
Otber color la poattlrely and nheo*
lately 100 per cent Pare Flint,
and not ��� drop of adulteration or
���ubatltotlon ii mixed lu.
We recommend thla excellent
brand to all our frlenda and customer*. Another g-u.nl point la tbat two
gallons of this paint covers aa much
apace aa three galluna of tba Bllad
paluta.
We hare eolor earda showing- all
tbe colors and ahadea mad*. Fraa
for tbe asking.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
pute with the Illinois Central Railroad company had refused today to
sanction a strike of tbe Federated
Shop Employees of the road, definite j
action of any character was deferred
until members of the executive board
of the International Association of
Machinists should meet in this city
Sunday.
The international committee decided lt would be unwise to sanction
a strike and agreed to turn responsi
billty over to the committee of tha
Federation of Illinois Central Shop
Men.
Later, however, J. P. Conlin, vice-
president of the International Association of Machinists, and a member ot
the conference committee, protesteJ
against tbe turning over of responsibility to the Federation representatives until the executive board of hli
organization  coulu   ue  consulted.
James O'Connell, president of tbe
machinists, and other board members, were telegraphed for and will
arrive Sunday. Meantime little
change in the strike situation ls expected and indications point toward
no strike.,
desired changes In the regulations!
drawn up by Prof. Princa and Dr.
David Starr Jordan, but Canada refused and wil! now serve notice on:
the States tbat she will withdraw
from tbe treaty altogether unless tha
regulations are ratlfiel. Tiie ueaty
the   regulation    concerning
fishing  on
waters.
the  coast   and   in    1.- land
Fire Does Damage.
Toronto, Sept. 7.���Two thousand
dollars damage was done by a blaze
ln the provincial laboratory tent at
the exhibition this afternoon. It
gave tbe firemen their first run ln the
grounds, and though they made a
dash  through tbe crowded  thorough
fares,  the  crowds  scattered   quickly    	
and no one was hurt, although ther *  condition that be ImmeiJately
Arrest Wrong Man.
Nelson, Sept. 7.���Although the flre
bug ceased his operations last night,
the citizens are still much alarmed.
Today James McDonald, a former
alderman, unaided, effected the ar
rest of a suspicious character. Ha
noticed him walking on tbe lake
shore and finally light a flre. When
questioned by McDonald tbe man
slunk away without answering. McDonald, after a long chase through
the streets, seized him and handed
him over to the police. Investigation
showed that the man, wbo gave tho
name of Brownson, had just arrived,
having walked from Spokane to Nelson, and tbe police released him ou
start
was much excitement.
back to tbe Inland Empire clly.
London R. R. Commission.
London, Sept. 7.���The commission
appointed by the government to inquire Into the troubles o: railroads o.
Great Britain and their employee-.t,
which led to the recent strike, has already been ln session for one week,
and gives promise of being as long-
lived aa some of Its predecessors.
The commission is taking the evidence of the men's representatives
first and the whoie week old not suffice to exhaust tbe flow of information sought to be impartel by only
four of a host of officials of the different unions to be examined.
The only point upon which there
was complete unanimity of the four
witnesses, was the demand for recognition of the trades unions as the best
and only method to bring about
peace on the railroads. The natural
claim of the executives was that tha
unions would be ln a better position
to enforce an award if they were concerned in It, and they agreed that
strike pay should not be granted to
men coming out against the terms
which had been accepted by their
union.
VICTORIA AND RETURN, $2
WW
PROVINCIAL  EXHIBITION
Leave Vancouver 12 midnight     Sept.
Leave Victoria 10 a. m    Sept.
Tickets good to return to Sept. 11, $2.70.
SS. PRINCE RUPERT
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Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at       12   MIDNIGHT
FOR   STEWART    Mondays
POR   PRINCE   RUPERT     Mondaya and Thurtdaya
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
Paciflc Railway trains east 100 miles.
One Way and Round-Trip Excursion Tickets to All Points Eaat Via
the Grand Trunk System Double Track Route.
Information cheerfully given.   No trouble to answer questions.
Harry G. Smith, G. P. & T. A Phone Seymour 7100
L. V. Druce, Commercial Agent (Freight)  Phone Seymour 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver, B. C.
GENERAL   AGENCY  TRANSATLANTIC 8TEAM8HIP LINE8.
Canada  Withdraws.
Ottawa, Sept. 6.���Canada ls to with-
draw from fisheries treaty concluded
with the United States in 1908, owing
to failure of the United States congress to confirm regulations required
by tbe treaty. Interests on the Pacific    coast   of   the   United    States
See our stock of
Sponges and Toilet Soaps
The best yet, both in quality and price.
    AT	
j Ry all's Drug Store \
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN. ^
'PHONE 67 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST  IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
10:48-Co<iultlam    (dally  except
Cn^-ivl       O.OU
Ed-
except
.11.15
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 10S.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
MRS. R. G. HILL
IT.,MI��1        �����DIHOT        tor        QU
TJnlveralty, Ont.. Instruct* in Qermmn.l
French and Music.    Translations and\
correspondence  executed.    Pupils  reassemble  September  1.    116 Seventh I
street. I
Phone 699. P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Weatmlnster Trust  Building.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
flic*
Pkoue 1*7
^^^ Pnone IBS.     Barn ^^^^^
Begbie Street.
Baggage   deiuereo   promptly   3a
any part ol tka city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICK���TPAM  DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Notice Of Removal
I have moved my real estate and
Insurance office from 7-14 Columbia
street to rooms 16 and 17 Westminster Trust block, entrance on Lome
street at the rear of Ryall's drus
store, and will be pleased to meet ray
friends and patrons there.
WM.  McADAM.
OUNGER,
MOTHER
Mall    on
day)   .
Down    River
Closes at 13:30.
10:60���Vancouver,   Piper's   Siding     via    G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday).14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G.  N.  R.   (dally  ex-
(dally except Sunday) .14:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
tfay       14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       14:00
8:30���Bnrnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, ate. (daily 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 (Tuea.
day, Thursday and Saturday  9:45
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt
Lehmsa, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. C. E. R.  (dally
except Sunday)     8:30
15:50���Chilliwack,       Cloverdale
and   Abbotsford   via  B.
C. E. R.  (dally except
L...Jjk.   Bunday)  17:30
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NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DISTRICT���District  of  New  Westminster.���Take notice tbat John Gould, of I
Vancouver,   B.C.,   occupation   broker,!
Intends to apply   for   permission   to j
purchase    the     following    described
lands:    Commencing at a post plant-1
ed at a point on the westerly shore of I
Green   lake,   which   point   is   situate'
about  60  chains  southwesterly   from I
the northerly end of the aald Green
lake;  thence west 40 chains, thence
BOUth   40   chains,   tbence   east     40.
chains more or less, to the shore of j
Green  lake,  thence  northerly  follow-]
ing the  shore of Green  lake  to tbe
point   of   commencement,   containing
160 acres more or less.
JOHN GREER,
Agent for John Gould.
Dated August 28, 1911.
BANISH THOSE GRAY HAIRS!
Kill tho Dandrutf Germs���Stop Heir Falling
The natural
Thousands of mothers are looking younger.���Their grey hairs sre gone. Tne naiurai
eolor has come back, and with it a new growth ot soft, glossy, luxuriant hair. Why should
yd�� look old before your Ume. when you cau look years younger by using
HAIRREMfDY
Dandruff Cured
Three applications removed
all the dandruff and left my
���calp clean, white and smooth.
Wm, Croak, Rochester, K. T.
Toronto Express leaves at 9 a.m.
Montreal   Express   leaves at   7:40
p.m.
St.    Paul,    Chicago    and    eastern
points 2:35 p.m:
For reservations, tickets   and   any
Information apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent.
New Westminster.
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, of New Westminster, occupation, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described landa:
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles north ot T. L. 916 ou
the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chaina, theneesouth
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 89 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or lesa.
MABEL LUCY PMGE,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color
��� It ether "so-called" Restorers have failed, dont give up hope, but give WYETH'S
SAGE ANO SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY a trial. You ran no risk. .Jf Ik la not exactly
as represented, your money will be refunded.
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Ity Salt "wu getting quite gray and falling Wt rapidly
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and
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Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL * ODDY
Corner Eighth 8t. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 37a
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot 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 west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence eaBt 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
JAMES FERGUS O'CONNOR WOOD,
O'Gerle,  Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
My head was full of dandruff, which fell noon my clothes
and kept me continually brushing it off. While on a
visit to Rochester I heard of your Sage and Sulphur
for ths hair. I got a bottle and used iL A few applications relieved the itching, my hair stopped falling out and gradually came hack 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 ta
knos what yoa will (huge ve for six bottles of it
HISS E. A. BOSS.
Sharon, Mercer Co., Pa.
For two or three years my hair had bees
falling out and getting quite thin until the top
of my head was entirely bald. About four
months ago I commenced using Sage and Sulphur. The first bottle seemed to do some good
tnd I kept using it regularly until now I bave
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
Wtico a constant improvement
STEPHEN BAC01T,
Rochester, N. Y.
50c. and $1.00 a Bottle���At all Druggists
U four DrvMist Does Hot Keep It, Send Us the Price in Stamps, and Wc Wffl
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��� ��� PAGE FOUR
���m
ffiHE DAILY NEW1.V
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911.
The Daily News
Published by Tbe Dally News Publish-
Sag Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   ot   McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing Director
Among the fishermen, the market
gardeners and the lumbermen, there
ls a feeling akin to that ��f the farmers. Though perhaps 4ftW* of these
may, for political or business reasons
make a show of opposition to reciprocity, this is mere dissembling.
At heart they know full well that reciprocity will be an advantage ani a
blessing to the country at large, and
when they record their vote on the
21st they will do so in a way that
will ensure the approval of Sir Wilfrid Laurler's, great movement for
commercial expansion.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911.
NEW LAMPS FOR OLD.
Earnest students of economics and
publicists have long recognized that
lhe old-time ideas and tbe protective
methods of the past, which perhaps
had their uses and advantages when
Canada was a struggling young colony, must come to an end. That it
this great Dominion ls to continue to
��xpand and progress, lt is necessary
that these restrictive influences
Bhould be removed and give place to
.greater freedom and greater opportunities for trade. Tlie people ot
thiB country are recognizing j this too.
The farmers, the men who have toll-
���ed and labored and have $one so
much to build up the cdriimerclal solidity and general proBpeilty of Canada, have spoken very plainly upon
thla question of protection. The
Btrong representations made by them
to Sir Wilfrid Laurier upon his weslf j
ern tour last year are still quite
fresh In mind. That these men are
strongly In earnest in i'tnfe^' fc/u*ade
against protection was made apparent also wben Mr. Borden was in
Manitoba and the west this year.'
Two excerpts from the memorial'
presented to that gentleman by tho'
grain growers will serve to reveal
the strength of the farmers' posi- \
tion:
"The products of our farms, when
exported, are sold In the markets of
the wprld where prices are fixed by
free    competition,    and    the,, export
prices  for  home  consumptl.ii^^hjle
the supplies for our farms are pur
chased in a restricted market where
pifces are  fixed by methods alieady
mentioned.   That Is not a square deal.
.and we demand that such restrictions
fce Temoved.    We strongly  urge that
the   British  preference   be   increased
to 50 per cent, of our general tariff
and gradually be increased from year
ito year until free trade with BtitAla
is established, at farthest, within ten
jrW*;aiiti' strongly Vn tavor ot ut
Wlitl cnnUniM lo press tor the w\de��t
poestble measure ot reciprocal trade
sritti tbe United States. Such a meas
���nre wub pressed tor when the Premie
was in tbe west last summer, and !
was demanded by the delegsttfafl'representing the farmers of Canada at
Ottawa last December. We not only
regret, but we wish to record our en-
lire disapproval of the tactics resorted to in parliament to try to prevent
the passage of that measure and force
a. dissolution of parliament upon it before a redistribution measure could
be pas.-.ed wliich would give the west
fair play in pa.liamentary represen
ration. We havo studied the question
of reciprocity with the United States
more especially with regard to its
bearing on the present and future
agricultural interests of our country,
for in its present form it deals almost entirely with the natural products of both countries, and ls, therefore, largely a farmers' question. We
have endeavored to inform ourselves
as to its effect on present and pros-
l*ctive conditions, and the capabilities of both Canada and the United
States, with regard to production and
consumption of foodstuffs, and we
1ind that while the lines of produc-
t'u.Ti and consumption of foodstuffs
ur-2 rapidly converging in the United
iStates, these lines are rapidly widen-
in? in Canada.
T'.iua  the grain   growers   have   no
sympathy with protection, the burden
and  incubus  of  which  they suggest,
"Has   increased,   is    increasing   and
ought to be diminished."   The ^yhole
system   of   protective   tariffs   represents an effort to force industry into
artificial  channels.    Though  there  is
no  doubt  that  thuse   wbo  are  interested   in   the   protected   enterprises
generally  prosper,  this  Is  always  at
the expense of other sections of the
community.   Thus it has come to be
recognized  that   the  farmers of this
eonntry have 1" ?n supporting the protected interests of the manufacturers.
Now that they have gained this experience and have become producers
themselves to an extent thnt requires
a freer and a larger market in the
commercial centres of the world, they
���demand the necessary freedom.   .But
the Conservatives desire to shut the
door against them and compel  them
���to trade only at home.    We believe
their  fellow electors   will   give   the
farmers tlie opportunity they seek to
sell   what  they  produce   where   thry
.can obtain Uie SttCSl f t it.
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEW8.
Again
YOU LACROSSE
FANS
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According to eastern despatches of last night, tomorrow's game between Vancouver and Westminster may be the last Minto Cup game
played ln New Westminster this year. The Tecumsehs,' the proba
ble winners of tbeftDJL, U., have abandoned the idea of coming
west, according toitlraiBt report, so that the first of the two post
season games whlfc)v la ttt be played at Queens park to morrow afternoon for the possession of ithe Minto Cup and the B. C. championship marks the end o^ihe lacrosse season ln New Westminster.
You know enough Q/UJer'competing teams to know that tomorrow's
game will be the grai'd "climax of a great season of lacrosse. Being
the last chance this' year- to see the home team In a championship
match in New Westminster there Is sure to be a big crowd. You saw
the crowd last Monday. You are advised then to get your seats
early.
Joe Lally, who further enhanced his reputation Monday as Canada's
greatest referee, will agali handle the game.
Take advantage of .what Is likely to be the last opportunity this
season to see the teatt'ln a Minto Cup game.
Seats at Ryalls,  Game Starts at 3 O'clock
Dally Fishing Report.
The following Is yesterday's report
cf fish from the various canneries:
i Belllngham, 60,000 altogether, ot
which about 10,000 cohoes and 40,
000 humpbacks; Anacortes, 35,000 altogether, of which about 1000 were
cohoes and 34,000 humpbacks; St.
M ungo, 7300 humpbacks, 2000 cohoes,
very few sockeyes; Imperial, 10,000
humpbacks and 900 cohoes; Scottish
Canadian, 800 cohoes and 20,000
humpbacks; Ewen's, 8500 humpbacks
and 700 cohoes; Brunswick, 400
cohoes and 4000 humpbacks; Phoenix,
14,000 humpbacks apd 2200 cohoes.
Terra Nova and Gulf of Georgia canneries returns not to hand.
GOOD
BUYS
$1500���Fine building lot on Fourth
street; one-third cash, balance fi
and 12 months.���No. 125.
$2750���Durham atreet, new five room
modern cottage; full sized cement
basement; piped for furnace;
wash tubs; toilet, bath, wash bowl
set
hot water tank; fire place. $1000
cash payment, balance to arrange.
-tNo. 24.
SNAP��Chfcapest lot in the business section of the city, 66 x 132,
$15,000; (MB cash; balance 1 and 2
years.   This is worth looking into.
Mc BRIDE & CLARKE
Phone 929. Room 16, Collister Block.
$1500���Four room  cottage,, near car.
$500 cash, balance $12 per mon'h.���
No- 47.
PROVINCIAL
Exhibition
Forty-Fifth Annual Agricultural
Show to be held at
Queen's Park,
New Westminster
Oct, 3,4,5,6, 7,
Under the auspices of the Royal
Agricultural and Industrial Society.
$50,000
Offered in
Prizes and
Attractions
$50,000
The Premier Stock Exhibits of Western Cauda
Special rates on all railways and steamships.
Entries of Exhibitors are closed after September Zhi.
Secure all information from
T. J. TRAPP, Pres.     D. E. MACKENZIE, Manager
$1200���Fine double corner In Burnaby;
water,    telephone,      electric    light
aviilabie.   Terms, one-quarter cash.
*fl, 12 arid 18 months.���No. 104.
��.-(������,?��, Hi ���KiiW.f'i'nr;'-, . .  ������' ,,:, ,,	
"TIOMO"
To Business or Picnic Parties:
Patronize ttie "Tlono"
Large and commodious, carrying one to twenty
with comfort.   Apply to Alex Speck, on boat at
Begbie street slip, or 'phone L. 558.
A Reminder
That your underwear may need replacing and as it is getting to the
season of the year when your summer weight underwear is a little too
light a"weight for fall and winter wear.
Our stock of underwear is now complete in weights and kinds including:
STANFIELD'S
In light, medium and heavyweights,
$2.50 to $4.00 Per Suit
-3PENMANS'
���
In all weights,
$2.5tbr to $3.00 Per Suit
ha��el
$1400���For  this  price   you   can
/ two flne lots on Dublin street; cme-
. quarter cash, balance fi, 12 and IA
months.���No. 217.
OPEN 7 TO 9 TONIGHT.
Peoples Trust Co.
431 Columbia       m       Telephone 669.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a Mttle ayatematically, for lt la tbe stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used In two ways; to   spend   for   what   la
needed now and to Invest fer what ahall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt ls flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUf��T.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authortaed Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR. General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
i
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Have you ever longed for a
horae ? A real home ? A horae
that one ls not ashamed to take
one's friend to ? A thing of beauty ? A joy for
ever ? Flowers and shrubs and trees, a lawn,
a nT��tty bungalow nestling on a sun-kissed terrace-side overlooking a large beautiful shimmering expense of fresh water? Sounds Inviting, eh?
Well, we bave it in our "Lakeside Terrace," on
the shores of beautiful Burnaby Lake. Fifteen
minutes ride from New Westmlnater ! Five-cent
car fare | Half and quarter acre tracts for a
song! Three $2000.00 bungalows for nothing !
Ask for our booklet, "Lakeside Terrace ln
Beautiful Burnaby." It tells the story. Investigation will pay.
i*r
IMbp^s&S
M. J. Phillips
ThieWardrobe Clothier
671   Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C
rcr*5
PASSAGE &TOMLIN
Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver, B. C. V ���
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER *, Wt.
THE DAILY NEWS.
faoiot*
j!MATTERS MARTIAL;;
 tmanttt
BY GARETH
I�����$�������� ���<
I am glad to note
beginning to shape
104th     Several movements are
MONTREAL PROTESTS
MURPHY'S DECISION
that things ara I have seen locally, they  are   quite
w����r   In   tha content for It to be considerably less>^
better   in   tne preva,Mng idea Mema to toe that1
104tn     o��vt:.��. ���- aroo\an officer ls purely a matter of orna-
! haneflt the corps and it ls to bo ment and that he should not be ex
T..,.. hv the fall all troubles1 pected to do any work unless be bap-
*ThaX been forgotten and a spirit! ��e�� to be p..forming the duties of
W,' Vnnient and good fellowship will adjutant. Some, indeed seem to find
of co"tenThere is no doubt that the lt difficult to remember what com-
pr6��,nL suffers from many dlsad-. pany they belond to. This Is an ab-
r6B alTa but I am sure that every- surd state of affairs, and the idea is
v.a.n ��m shortly Uke a turn for the a relic ot bygone days when commis-
tUlng wl" J0';1/, "of the regiment, slons were bought and sold. As a
b?tterV��. urns up? nits being chang- matter of fact. In the Imperial ser-
��X/,����� a dty corps and some action I vice today there is no harder-worked
et l.?/.,e taken towards that end as man than the commissioned officer,
,hould be tasen iowa   a end ess   and
If the  Protest  Is  Not Upheld There
Will Be No Minto Cup
Beries.
Toronto, 8ept. 7.���Tonight there ls
gloom ln Toronto. According to present indications there will be no Minto ]
cup series on tbe coast this season.
Jimmy Murphy has ordered a replay
of Monday's National-Montreal game,
which wus not completed because the i
crowd encroached on the fleld of play,
with four and a half minutes to go.
Today's List:
PRINCESS STREET���Pull sized lot,
cleared, facing south. Price $850;
one-third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
FOURTH AVENUE���Double corner
on Fourth avenue and First street;
a fine building proposition. Price
$3000; one-third cssh, balance 6 and
12 months.
^���^^��� -��rS The result Is sure *to effect the cham-1       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���..���_._ j .d tQ ge9  Hl8 dutieg are en(iiess   and   in   his  n,onBnlp  for tue  Nailonals on  their WEST END���Three   fine   lots   nsar
fwthe noncommissioned ranks are  spare time he must be   continually 	
that tbe non conn ����� ���.��n��������i.! r<mdin��.  so  that  he  mi
WE ACT AS AGENTS POR THE
Sale of Real Estate
LISTINGS  SOLICITED.
WE WRITE PIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
Insurance
STANDARD  COMPANIES.
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
New Westminster
28 Lorne Street
U" i������in.r  to  realize  their  responsi-! reading,  so that  he  may  pass
beginning  to'  ���"'ze   ""*       ft��r an  examg  (which are never ending)  o:
"llltle8 ��5i S2S ot"the regl- else he will loae his turn for promo-
the  making J*^"^0^;     ^  tlon when It cemes round.      It Is a
menl/Zlence   with   the militia   ot pity something of the same sort does
iny  experience   wltn      e ^^ ^  where ,y       ,.
Canada I havei found tnat   j ^^ ^^
S[/eUaUs1rom%he8men'.8room toUl Ignorance ot anything military.
or   U,e SrtSSSS S tave  the     Another opinion expressed by Gen-
course,  thei  higher  ranks  ��e ^ -^ ettlmatv>n
power *J&&���TfoT5E��m the hope of the militia's future lay
manage to get the ceo.it ior an/      a pI.lncipany In the success of the cadet
thw u acuity something cannot be movement. In view of that It seems
It is a pity ��������"u,u�� , k me gcarcely adequate to entrust the In-
done to ^X^rimt I suppoae struction of cadet, to school teacher.
interest In wfWLiJ ��__\ who have done a ahort course at a
eteh��eea m��mth. is **%*** �����raahn<mt .chool ot instruction. It
enough   to  i��"owtotnfter through the Ekes two yeara to make an Infant, y
sr &&*���� ��-g ss 32s swwa s
"If     '" ..        _    . ...mA   *..   ralhiar   TJlBt.
)llg own grounds on September 16, lt is,
, generally conceded wlll donate to
Montreal. If they also donated to
| Montreal ln the replay the Nationals
would be tied with tbe Tecumsehs
for the championship. Tbe replayed
game could not take place till September 23, and the home games for, the
play-off with the Tecumsehs would
bring tbe close of the season down to
October 7.
The Minto cup series jsould thus be
carried right Into October and lt ls
hardly likely that the western clubs
would care to carry their teams as
long as that.
I Montreal has decided to protest
President Murphy's decision to the
league.
Eighteenth street. Price $2500;
one-third cssh, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
TENTH AVENUE���Between Sixth
and Eighth streets, building lots,
all cleared. These are money
makers. Price 1450 to $800; one
quarter cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and
24 months.
CUP      IU      a***a*a..ar. mm...
wlll have time to attend to other mat-
ters.   It is to be hoped so.
General Lake In his last report to
tbe militia department stated that
one of the chief needs of the service
was a supply of qualified officers and
non-commissioned officers. This ls
undoubtedly still the case, and the
greater need is for the former. It
is hard te get good officers for tbe
simple reason that their training
should be to a great degree, higher
and more extensive that that ot the
non-commissioned men, but as tar as
e_ '....j J i ��� !   ..       ,       , i.
"Senseless and Useless"
Was Taylor's Attitude
.(Continued from Page One)
C. B. DEANS'
GROCERY
415 Columbia 8treet.     Telephone 386.
I always appreciate new
customers.   If you are mak
teacher be expected to acquire the
knowledge ln a few weeks? If the
cadet movement Is to be a success, or
rather Is to make the militia show a
return for the money spent on lt,
first-class Instructors should undoubtedly be obtained for them.
The ladles are making   very slow
progress with the colors for the 104th.
The German naval review at Kiel ing a change I invite yOU tO
and that of the French fleet at Toulon |    . ,   .   .       * e-i**n
coming concurrently, seema to hav^glVe me a trial. ���  1 am SUlc
an ominous significance. ^^^
EDMONDS STATION���Lots In block,
$450 to $475 each.   These are   In
the locality that ls moving,
us at once.
See
lsh lt looked, when measured with a
Just appreciation of truth and reason,
that Canadians should refuse to trade
with their neighbors lest their individuality as a people be forgotten
| ln the business. Tbe speaker Bug-
I gested that lt would be Just as reasonable to say���on these grounds���that
they must not trade Jackknives with
their  friends across tbe  line.    This
ed  that  he  knew  more of  the  local
conditions and the position of his iei- Ulell   ,,,������������ ���v..w__  .���  -���     ���
low farmers than dil Taylor, yet that conception of the proposition seemed
man  had taken  upon himself to    be to be ba8ed on the hypothesis that the
the  voice of    that    elass    of honest RrIti8h empire was but a tralers pact
workmen and had   made   statements and it8 loyalty subject t> a hucksters
which were Incorrect In every detail, conspiracy
you w^l be pleased with my
prices,; service and delivery.
During the past year my
business has increased be*
yond my expectations; therefore, I feel satisfied that my
efforts to please my customers has been oppreciated.
Buy your groceries here
and we both gain.
EA8T  END���Full  alzed  lote at $375
eacb.   These will not last long.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone 696.        622 Columbia atreet.]
w. gifford
OrUmtii Optician
With T. OHUrd. Jeweler
New Westminster, B.C
Mr. Oliver spoke at length on   the
fishing industry, shingles, the Panama
?anal and what Its coming would do
or tbe ahlpping of tha province und.
especially Westminster and district,
coal mining and the corn law.    Hav-
bvIoii.  .rtum.nt.
F. 6. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. B. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER TRU8T  BLOCK.
Phone 661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Mr. Congdon also showed the folly
of the Conservative position���as expressed by Mr. Borden���that our
natural resources were In danger of
absorption by the Americans on the I
    ground   thut   the   natural   resources��� I
Ins   found   Ut*   previous   >r��um.nM   .**    oosl,    ���to. mmrm   imu    a>lnon.��   Mil
convincing Vt mil tits m.��to���� ths tlM other side. Hs showed the folly I
candidate repeated. In e*tenso, those & tbt, M an economical and commer-
wblch he had adduced so often and cjaj proposition, suggesting the ab-
wlth such marked success. i 8urditv of the position which might
That the speaker was In splendid '8r,r|ng from lt, that we should not sell
fighting fi-ttle was clearly proven by our COal to the .Americans at all. It
his  lightning-like answers    to    inter   wag oniy natural, he pointed out, that
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rupters in the gallery. He came out
fearlessly replying to one of those
who disagreed wltb his views and
stated that as a bid he had worked
in the lead mines in Derbyshire, Kngland. for fourpence (eight cents) per
day and coolly asked If that state of
affairs would be allowed at this tlmo
of the century. i
Following Mr. Oliver, F. T. Con? |
don opene.l with some humorous Illustrations of the foolishness which lies
in the assumption of thc local Conservative premiers, meeting In the
Windsor hotel, Montreal, and under
taking to hand over tbeir provinces
to a political crusade against the
Laurier government. Coming to the
great issue, he suggested that it was
difficult to discover the color of disloyalty in an agreement which would
bring about a change of conditions
that would enable Canadian fishermen, with special reference to those
on rlie Atlantic coasC, to pursue their
occupation in British bottoms rather
than unde.- a foreign flag. The opening of markets which would encourage native industry In native waters
Canada should seek  to develop    her
natural resources, to sell her coal In
markets wherever it would command
a price.    To accept the Conservative
contention  in  this  reBpect  woul I  be
as silly as it would be to ordain tViat
before a Canadian fisherman sold    ��
fish he should catch a customer and
bring him alongside his boat to eat it.
"I do not think." said Mr. Congdon
In concluding, "that anybody can liok
upon the relations of these two great
peoples, who will not say,���that while
we will not sacrifice mir material interests or do anything lo demean our
nationality or Impair our manhood���
we are bound to do all we can to tho
end  that  relations of  friendship and
amity may be cultivated between thii
great republic and  the empire.    Sir,
it may be that never in the history
of the  world can  that  repub'ic  and
the  empire  to  which  we  belong  be
bound together by uniformity of circumstances   and   uniformity   of law.
But they can, sir. and they wlll, I be
lleve, be bound together    by    bonds
which are stronger than any constitution, more  potent  than' any  statute
Saturday the banner Day
^_^mama********%i***m������������*""~ll""~l���,~"^'���"""^���"^"^""^���"���
a *.!**. ���;<r,n+i/> mnnev saving sale at the Westminster Bargain
nSKlffBBSSti ^uJ$s*M���A*d* of dollars' worth of
S& sd��thwo^4 r^aaatttas
SSL .-a sh... .o be isw^g^J^W*^*^
CLOTHING BUTCHERED
95c.
act* native industrv   n native ytavo*.,  uon,  muie   yu..��������  ���_--   �������� ,
was certain lv In the interests of the  by bonds of �����.*fji����g
n.wm��n of the Pacific as well as ot  interept and duty.   And is theie any
fhe      lanUc  coast   and  would  work  thing which, as Anglo-Savo.^ we can
ZtXX} the .enlargement of th,,,   k forward| to wtyggr^ hope
griie   on'ted^out that a Cose sing' &"&����>�� ��  *&��������
tlon naturally   existed    between   the  governed perhaps    by    different    in;
two  peoples living on either side of  stltutlons,  but possessing    a    stion;
lhe IntcTnaUonal boundary; that busi-  common purpose looking   tojfts**
ness  condi ions  were necessarily  ro-  fare of the people, and operating foi
acted Seen the two aud that there  the good ef the human race
Misted every reason, on material and,    ��i believe the people of Canada   In
S Grounds why they should re- the verdict they are about   to   give.
��rt iafh other    with    the    keenest  wtn keep constantly above their heads
��mnathv     At the    same    time    he  the banner of sound common sense.
Sed out the absurdity of the as-, Under that banner  they    will    give
���tlon that the national conscious-  effect to that which they    deem    In
neTs Ke people? on    either    side,  lheir own  prober self interest, with
was subject to interference by the re-1 out the sacrifice of any dUt�� Which
was Banjoul <��� customs the empire requires, and at the s.tme
JTutfi    The men8twho were opposing  time they will see to it that seditious
the reciprocity pact, on these grounds,! and foolish politicians    do not    pre-1
were   S:   Btatesnlen.     They   were judlce their relations with a great aud j
���iiHcai evmnasts, who had accomp- friendly people." ���
SS an absolute "volte face" on Mr. Congdon was followed through-
his QMsSon tor -arty purposes. I out the course of his eloquent address
There was nothing in the agreement with earnest attention, and that he
wWch could endanger our trade or had captured the hearts of the audi-
our imperial devotion. Even as far ence was demonstrated In ��B"��nsl����
hack as 1794 reciprocity evlsted be- tic fashion, at Its close. The meet ru
tween the United States nnd Can-\ dispersed with the sinein? of the
ada Would any historian say that, national anthem and with cheers for
the loyalty of our people was affected, Mr   Congdon and the Liberal  candi
$3.95
5.95
6.85
9.95
Fine   Suit   pf   Men's   or   Youth's
Clothes, all to match  	
These suits are positively worth
$7,50 to $10.00, or your money refunded any time during sale.
A fine Suit of Men's or Youth's
Clothes all to match, positively
worth to $12.00, or your money refunded at any time during sale.
Men's Suits ln high grade dark
silk, mixed Cheviots, best for business wear; regular price to $1S.OO
Sale price 	
Not what we say here, but the
value Itself will shout tbe loudest
for this sale���values like these $H
pure silk and worsted suits, hundreds of them Included, and monsy
back for garments returned. Prices
to $18, Sale Price	
Handsome black Thibets and unfinished worsted Suits. Richfield
Brown and brown stripes, suits
that sell everywhere at $20.  Sale 1 A QC
Particularly in this grade of Sulti
we  have    the    greatest    surplus.
flere we had prepared a Una   of
which we are truly proud.   Picture 19 Q5
to   yourself   a   handsome   Serge, *"*��*/V
Lined    Worsted    or    Silk    Mixed
Tweed Suit, perfectly tailored.   It
seems a pity to sell them so low.
Regular $2B.00-$30.00. Sale price ..
Men's Pants, worth $2.50. Now .
Men's   Pure   Worsted   Pants,   in
grey stripes and plain shapes, for
dress  wear;   regular  price    $2.50. Cl   A_E\
Now   spl.tiJ
Men's Pure Worsted Trousers,
worth $4.00 and $5.00; made ln
the up-to-date styles and cost'lest
worsteds, fancy stripes and checks,
Sale price	
2.45
Boots and Shoes
ALMOST GIVEN AWAY
Men's furnishings Slaughtered
Men's Shirts, prices 75c to $1.00. 35c
Sale price      WV.
Men's Shirts, white and fancy patterns, price $1.50 and $2.00.    Sale an
price    ��/DC*
worth 50c and *)***\e*
worth 10c and
Hats and Caps Sacrificed
| 45c.
95c.
$1.45
15c.
Men's Underwear,
75c.    Sale price ..
Men's Cotton Hose,
15c.    Sale price    	
Men's and  Ladies'  Handkerchiefs,
hemstitched,  white or fancy bor"Q {n* 1 (In
der; worth 5c to 25c.   Sale price .  U lUI luu��
Wool
$1.51).
Underwear,
Sale price
worth    up   to
$1.50 and $2.00 Straw Hats  	
Soft and Hard Hats worth $2.50.
$3.00 and $3.50 Hats no* 	
Silk Ties, worth 50c.   Sale price..
Men's Wool Sox, worth 50c.    Sale
price  ".	
50c Caps now
to
14.95
Overcoats and Raincoats
An enormous stock to select trom.
worth $10.00 to $30.00.    Now	
$3.95 to $12.95
Suspenders,
Sale price .
worth 25c    and    35c.
Men's
worth
Fancy
to  25c.
Hose,
Now
all   colors,
Gloves, 50c to $1.00 values. Now..
Ties, all colors, worth   25c.   Sale
price 	
Sweaters and Sweater Coats, worth
to $3.00.    Now ������.������������
In those (toys ? Since that early
period Canada had cemented her scattered provinces into a great puissant
confederacy, a rising Dominion, full
of national pluck and national feeling. In the llfiht of her past, In the
state of her    present,    and    ln    the
date.
Rovers Practice Tonight.
At half past flve this evening the
Rovers Football club will be out for
a stiff practice at. Moody square anl
state oi ner iireawu, a,**. .��� >��� Manager Grant desire.? a'l members
aspirations with which she looked to to be In attendance so that he mav
the 'future, Canada must regard the be with the selection committee in a
aspersions which politicians wero position to figure out the team for
thus seeking to cast upon her, as the opening match of what give3
miserably mean and small.   How fool  promise of being a banner season.
Men's finest Dress Suits ln
all the popular co ors. Hand-
tailored throughout. Worth
$35.00. Sale Price ....$16.95
Men's and Youths' Suits for
everyday wear, worth $7.00
to $10.00. Forced Sale Price
$3.95
Westminster Bargain
Clothing House
Orr THE HIGH  RENT STREET
OUR GUARANTEE.
We assure each and every
purchaser absolute satisfaction, merchandise exchanged
and money refunied. Every
article marked down in plain
figures. Come, help yourself:,
607 Front Street   (Two doors west of Sixth Street)
Merchandise Exchanged and Money Refunded I* page sa
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  8EPTEMBER 8, 1911.
THE FULL STORY OF     .
TBE HUM SWIM
I tides and two part tides to car. y ma
No. 12���School house, Westham
land.
No. 13���School house. Ladner.
No. 14���School house, Sunbury.
No. 15���Post office, Annleville.
No.  16���School  house,  Aunacis
land.
Twenty-Three Hours In the Water���j delirious, but my pulse began to beatj    No. 17���School house, East Delta.
1    No. 18���School house, Mud Bay.
No.     19. ��� Immigration    bulldln
Burgees Tells How He
Did  It.
J   V
over.
"I was severely stung several times
by Jelly flsh, and while In mid-channel, after a sick spell, 1 fe'.t heartbroken.    For a while 1  was almost
faster and 1 recovered courage to per- j
Is-
Is-
severe. ,
lt  was  7  o'clock  ln the   morning White Bock.
Deal, England, Sept. 7.���After a
lapse of 36 years, Captain Matthew
Webb's feat of swimming the Englls'i
Channel was duplicated today by
William T. Burgess, a native of, York-
Bhire, but now a naturalized Frenchman. It was Burgess' sixteenth attempt, he having flrst essayed the
task ln 1904.
Burgess  started  from  South Fore-
was
when tbe swimmer sighted Grlz Nez
semaphore. He was then two miles
to the west southwest. Jn these twD
miles lt was a battle with the currents, but when Burgess got within
tho shelter of the cape he swam
hastily ashore. He stumbled for two
or three steps, then walked steadlfy
without assistance. He looked remarkably fresh considering his long
immersion. ,
1 No. 20���School bouse, Kensington
Prairie.
No. 21���Harper's house, Hull's
Prairie.
No. 22���Public ball, Cloverdale.
No. 23���School house, Johnston
road.
No. 24���Bennett's house, Strawberry Hill.
No. 25���Vacant house opposite Mr.
Quible's,  South  Westminster.
No. 26���Publlc hall, Tynehea.l.
No. 27���Public ball, Port Kells.
No. 28*���Poat office, Clayton.
No. 29���Public hall, Langiey.
No. 30���Progressive hall, Murray's
Corner.
No. 31���Public ball, Otter.
No.  32���School  house,   Aldergrove.
No. 33���School house, Glen Valley.
Polling Division No. 3 of Chilliwack,
quarry, Pitt lake.
No. 59���School house, Pitt Meadows.
No. 60���Dale hall, Hammond.
No. 61���Municipal hall, Haney.
No. 62���J. Ritchie's store. Albion.
No. 63���J. A. Maddaugh's house,
Webster's Corner.
No. 64���Whiting's store, Whonnock.
No. 65���Heap's mill office, Busklu.
No. 66���Western Canada Power
Co.'s building, Stave ltlver falls.
No.   07���Post  office.   Sllve:dale.
No. 68���Bell's store, MlsBlon .City.
No. 69���Bharpe's house, Hatzic
Prairie.
No. 70���School bouae, Hatzic.
No. 71���Mclntyre Bros.' store,
Dewdney.
No. 72���Liberty hall, Nicomen la-
land.
No. 73���Hall, North Nicomen.
No. 74���Cuthbert's hall, Harrison
Mills.
No. 75���Inkman's store.   Agassiz.
No. 76���Inkman's store, Harrison
Hot Springs.
78���Cenley's    Camp,    26-MUe
No. 77���Purcell'a store, Port Douglas.
No.
creek.
Polling Division No. 5, Including
portion of the provincial electoral
district of Yale ln this riding, 135-
voters ln all:
No. 79���Odd Fellow's ball, Agassiz.
No. 80���Inkman's store, Uuby
Creek.
No. 81���Peter Johnston's house.
Hope station.
No. 82���Wm. Teague's office, Yale.
Hobo With Large Sum.
A man apparently 80 years old. de-
land, Dover, at 11:50 o'clock Tuesday crepit and ragged, who has been
morning. He landed at Lechatelet, a wandering around the streets of Chl-
llttle village two miles east of Cape cago for several days, was taken to
Grlz Nez, at 9:50 o'clock this morn- the police station where $7000 was
lng, accomplishing the voyage in 22 found on his person,
hours and 35 minutes. A motor boat While walking past the prisoner's
uccompanled the swimmer. It ls esti- cell a deputy noticed the old man of having u voting list of 1606, consist
mated that Burgess, owing to the mystery shuffling a roll of bills which lng of all the land within Westmln-
zigzag course he was compelled to he could not reach around with both eter electoral district which lies to
take,  because  of the  baffling tides, hands. I the south of the Fraser river, and to
covered sixty  miles in crossing the     After a while he began   throwing the east of the western boundary of
twenty-mile channel. ithe bills through the bars, as though  Matsqui municipality:
Soon after the  start a dense fog dealing a pack of cards.   A search of     No. 34���Municipal   hall,   Mt.   Len-
settled down over the channel and no the old man's clothing brought forth man.
further tidings of his progress were more than $6000 in bills and hank-     No.   35���School   bouse,   Lehman's
received until the announcement was  notes, showing deposits of $3800.
received   that   he  had   accomplished 	
the task and landed in France.
Throughout  the  trip  Burgess   was'
favored by a calm sea, but a strong
tide was running and a severe strain
was put on the swimmer to get past
the Goodwin Sands.
Twice he was attacked by sickness
POLLING STATIONS
Landing.
No. 36���School house, Aberdeen.
No. 37���Town hall, Peardonvllle.
No.  38���Publlc hall,  Matsqui,
No. 39���School house, Clayburn.
No. 40���Summer hall, Abbotsford.
No. 41���Immigration office, Huntingdon.
No.  42���Town hall, Upper  Sumas.
No. 43���Post office, Sumas Mountain.
No. 44���J.     A.     McLeod's    house,
-Foresters'   hall,
The following Ib a complete list of
and several times was only held to th�� polling stations as announced by
his task by the strongest will power the returning officer. David Douglas.
and the encouragement of the menj As stated in this paper yesterday the
ln the boat.   He remained on Frencn! ed at a point on the westerly shore of  Sumas,
soil Just long enough   to   telegraph electors of Westminster will all poll      No. 45���Old reading room, Sardis.
word of his success to his wife and in the one place, namely the Armory i    No.    46���Store     building,   Wade's
partake   of   refreshments.     Then   ho  building.   There will be twelve booths  Landing,
returned to England by motorboat to  which will afford ample accommoda-|    No. 47   and 48
rest and sleep. Ition for nearly three thousand voters:
When he landed at Deal, Burgess'    No. 1���Sydney Miller's house, Adela
with difficulty made his way through ! post office, Westminster road,
the   cheering   throngs   to   a   hotel.      No.    2���W.  V.  Bradshaw's    house,
Spewing   ef  hla   achl'evemfeito,  he Triumph street, Hastings townsite.
said: |    No. 3���Britcola   post office,   Hast
en the time the swim occupied* I lngs townsite. south,
should have  been  able  to cross thfl]    No. 4���Barnft ha!I, Burnet,
channel  twice,  but for  the  adverse     No. 5���F. J.'Peer's house, Burnaby
currents.   Against these I bad a ter- lake.
No.    6���Agricultural   hall,   Central
Park.
No. 7���Municipal hall, Edmonds.
No.  8���Ewen  Martin's house,  Burquitlam.
No. 9���Munclpal hall, Richmond.
No.  10���Court bouse, Steveston.
No.   11���W.   M.   McKenzle's  house,   building,
Woodward's Landing. i house.
Copeland's  house,
Templars'    hall.
Rose-
riflc flght apd came within an ace of
falling. When approaching Cape
Grlz Nez the strong outward set of
the current forced me to alter mv
course three times. I was held up
for some time, but when I rounded
the corner I found slack water and
then knew that I was assured of success.
Chilliwack.
No.   49���George
East Chilliwack.
No.      50���Good
Cheam.
No. 51���Bralthwalte's    hall,
dale.
Polling division No. 4, generally
known as the electoral district of
Dewdney having a voting list of 1433:
No. 52���Lobby room, Millside hotel, Millside.
No. 53���Walmsley'a bouse, Burquitlam.
No.  54���Municipal hall, Coquitlam.
No. 55���Town hall, Port Moody.
No.    56���Vancouver    Power'   Co.'s
Coquitlam      lake,      club
"It was Just in the slack of theJide Polling Division No. 2���Delta, Sur-j    No.    57���Vancouver    Power     Co.'s
that I got In.    If I had not managed rey and Langley, Including Barnston   building,      Lake      Buntzen      school
it then, I might have missed It and and  McMillan islands,    having    1828  house,
drifted to Calais.    It took three full voters on the lists:                                 ��    No. 58���GUley's building, at Stone
*
I
Montreal���Well, Good-by, Mr. Borden, glad to have had a
talk with you. Drop in and have a chat whenever you
are passing.
���*:>m.   V **��>��
Liberal Meetings
TONIGHT-Deroche at 3 p.m.
Harrison Mills at 8 p.m.
Speakers-John Oliver and Others
SATURDAY:
Annieville, 3 p.m.
Hammond and Haney, 8 p.m
John Oliver, T. Forster and others "~   FRIDAV, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re the fractional northwest quarter
Of  section    7,  township    11     (121
acres), Lungley Farm, part of lot 3,
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
2, New Westminster district.
Whereas  proof of the loss or certificate of title number 7721F, issue!
In the name of Colon    McLeod,   has
-been filed ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given tbat I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tlie first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District. Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New   Westminster. BiC, July 11. 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
5^s"?ayng;C0UW
I This Man
Tailor Suits, Evening Dresses, a'.l
beautiful patterns, Just received from
Paris.
Perfect  flt guaranteed.    See
Mrs. Gaultier
Lavery Block.
Has No Use For Peddlers Selling
Worthless Medicines
DAVID LLOYD-GEORGE
AND SEVERAL OTHERS
Men Who Figured in the  Settlement
of   the   Great   8trlke���Home
Rule.
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Terminal Station Qusbec
CIEARED FROM CUSTOMS
Today; the finest shipment
of Woolens, direct from
Peebles, Scotland.
Your Inspection  Invited.
J. N. Atchison, Tailor
38 BEGBIE STREET.
SEE McELROY~
for sewer connections
'Phone R672
ta^T^-r****^^   WW* ������������*�� Tl
I artlcularly difficult task was the set-  Madeline  Talmadge Force, and   has
tic ment of the music hall strike, and  declined,  owing   to  the   restrlctlbns
..     ��� .i,    k�����.������i,��..- m. .*.    i,���������.i���   which his church places on tbe mar-
a     he bootmakers of the Hounds , �� According
made their  historic  march  upon the       BM     Brook     the%^d!ng was set
war office it  was   Mr.  Askwlth  who tomorrow at  Newp0rt.
selectel  hy  tin.' army  council to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B
deal with tbem.   As a result of hls decision he waB made permanent arbl-
Boliva   and   Peru.
Washington,    Sept.    7.���Despatches
received at the State Department to-
Scaled tenders, addressed to
uuderBlgned. and marked on the en
velope "Tender for Terminal Station
Quebec" will be received at the offic
ot the Commissioners of the Trans
continental Kailway at Ottawa, Ont.
untll 12 o'clock noon of the 31st
August nroxlmo, for the construction
and erecBon complete, ln accordance
with the plans and specifications ot
tbe Commissioners, of terminal station ln the City of Quebec.
Plans   and   specifications  may    be
seen, and full Information    obtained,
at the office of Mr.   Gordon   Grant,
Chief Engineer, Ottawa, Ont., and of!
Mr. A. E. Doucet, Dlstrlet Engineer,!
Quebec, P. Q.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on tbe printed forms supplied
by 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 Pank of the Dominion of
Canada, payable to the order of the
Commissioners ot the Transcontinental Railway, for the sum of One Huidred Thousand Dollars  l$l��0,��M).
The cheque deposited by tlie party
whose tender ls accepted will he deposited to the credit ot the Receiver
General of Canada as security fer the
due and faithful performance of thai
contract    according    to    its    terms'
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up 16,200,000
Reserve      6,900,000
The Bank bas 175 branches,
extending ln Canada from the
Atlantic to tbe Paciflc; ln Cub*,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Klco, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tbe principal Towns and
Cities ln the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
SEALED TENDERS addressed ta
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Wharf and two Approaches
at Prince Rupert, B. C." wlll be received at this office until 4.00 P. M ,
on Monday, September 25, 1911, for
the construction of a Wbarf and two
Approaches at Prince Rupeit, Quarantine  Station, Digby Ialand, B. C.
Plans,   specification   and    form   of
-   -���      .��� j
Crookstairs, Ont.
National Drug Co. of Canada,
Limited.
Please read the following carefully,
"I was pestered last week with a travelling agent who suid be bad beard
that I was troubled with Rheumatism.
I told him I had been and he wanted to
sell me some otber 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 tbat I
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
(or the benefit of all concerned."
Joseph Stevbnson.
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 ��2.50,
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.
George, that the "uneaned increase'   ^ ^   	
of  land  belongs to   the   community ^imond"'^ wringing from the neo-
which  creates  it;   the insurance bill  ������,��������� nf thft Enalish parties."
We haw
Cash
To Purchase
Approved
Agreements
of Sale
trator of the district boot tiade
Home  Rule Topic. |[n:t,���cu ���. ,.,.��� ������,	
Home  rule   wlll   monopolize  public  day indicate that a grave crisis exists
attention during the eight  weekB  of   between  Bolivia  and  Peru, and that
the approaching parliamentary recess   war may begin at any bour.   Troops
I to the exclusion of all other domestic   0f  the  two  nations are reported   to
London, Sept. 7.���"The little Welsh' questions, save, possibly, tbe demands   have already clashed on the frontier
attorney,"  David   Lloyd-George,  ls to-! of labor. . land a Bolivian mob has wrecked the
day tl.e strongest man in Gieat Brit-   , Jn ,v|ew ,of the winter campaign on   legation of Peru at La Paz.
, the  Irish  issue,  John   Redmond   and 	
ain. # That be will succeed Mr. As- hia lieutenants count heavily upon
(|tiith aa the titular leader of the Lib- the September visit to Ireland of tha
eral party (be already is in Tact the representative party arranged for by
head of the party) seems to be as cer-! Jhe   WWJ   du')  to  8tudy  lhe  P,ob-
tain   as   unytbing    save   death    and,     .  ��n l    , a,pot- _   .   .      .   , ,
laxeg After   gaining   flrst   hand   lnforma-
That Is was due to the personality1 tIorj and opinions by a careful Invest!,
of the chancellor of the exchequer, to' *aU,�� ? al *���Ct ��na ��J ,th,e i��lBni>
tbe confidence of the great mass of the hlfhiyt cl"b wl�� Hnld,"take APr��-
workmen ln his absolute fairness and ������*&*"** ��" Great Brl*���������� a Thre��
honesty that the great strike which' week8 at tbe Bho^e8t w," be de���Usd
might have ended in actual civil war l�� the inquiry, which will be conduct-
was averted there can be no doubt. ed without resnect to party religion
The labor leaders, ln fact, made U or���,8��clal dl8tl"ct on' Particular care
plain that they would enter Into no *111 ^ taktn J�� learn tbe act8 aB to
parley unless it was under the direc- j C��nnemara, Kerry and other coun-
tion of Lloyd-George. I tleB'   where, congestion   and   poverty,
This man, who is regarded by many   "r��, mo>��  troublesome.    But  Dublin
as the greatest statesman of modern  P��*    Be f?8t- niGKa,��By'    Wa,ftlfor<L
times, ls a curloua admixture of the *nd """"J* wl" *   gone over wiU
idealist and practical man of affairs, a  'nc   ��0tQ   CT n*
such as can  lie rarely found outside      "arold Spender. Hamar Greenwcod,
the Celtic race.    It Is the rare com-  B r G,odfre-v, Bar'n�� and ��ther *g*re9;
blnatlon    which    can    dream    great  f've Llberal8 of tb^c,lb.ar��')eb'Vd
dreams and then can go to work care- the undertaking.   Originally the de,e-
fully and methodically to make them  **Um wa8 to be limited to thirty  but
come true 80 mar>y applications to go were flled
Witness  the  famous budget which th^llth,l8,rmber ha,8 **" i0^:ln
for the first time in the history of ,  ,  ���" the c,ub ,wl8hre8 l�� "S?.^
great nation  has  begun to  put   Into ,8 tbe ��"�����"���� ��f ntr"tb '?J���"a���
practice the theory of that other great  ��.���" '  ����SS?i2' L   ''1.1
dreamer, the We.sh-Amerlcan. Henry  Jgf �� ^g^sjsfjt^g^
such a home rule measure as John
now  before  parliament,
much  to lighten  the burdens of the
very poor;   the old age pension bill,
[surance bill  eggltleB of the English parties."
which   does       ..      ���ha,  #nlindation  there  :
Also what foundation there is for
Sir Edward Carson's prediction that
'the Unionists of Ireland are not go-
very   poor;   tne   om   age   nuivu   *>**., ���.r     ...
which has taken from th^oer much the Unionists or ireiano are not goof the terror of non-productive old **** accept home rule from this
****** ***** .imiiar measures. parliament, and force will be resist-
age, and similar measures
Love of Humanity.
Lloyd-George   ls   an   Intense   lover
of humanity and a devout Christian.
He can and does on occasion preach  ."*.""������7".Z'""A ~L��� /.;__ v
a powerful sermon.    Hls sympathies   utlon of "�� Gabun-Cameroons prob
are al, with that Cass of the com- j-J ������"�� &/* ��*�����    by '
parliament,
ed by force." ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Egypt a Military Baae. I
Great Britain, having left to Berlin'
Wilhelmstrasse, and to Paris the so-
long stride in Egypt.
Instructions to Lord Kitchener, now
munlty with whom life is a constant
struggle for existence, and, naturally,    ."��", ." ~,~.~ ... ,
for  It  is  from  that  class   that   he a   ��Mffi ^LtTT**"
nt th�� land of the pyramids   into 11
  .��������    tn    it.    terns. 1 contract can  be  seen and forms of
contract    according    to    ns    W��M 0buined  at  this  Department
Z^\Te^J^T^ land  at the offices   ot G.  A.  Keefer,
within ten days after the signing of
the contract.
The right is reserved to object   to
any or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
Tbe Commissioners ot the
Transeoatlnental  Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, 29th July, 1911.
���.   (Newspapers inserting this    adver
tlavment   without  ���utfeorltr   from     U>*
Cotnreila.lonera   win sot  *���   ~����*   ****
^^^^_^^^^^^0t G. A. Keefer,
Esq., District Engineer, New Westminster, B. C, and on application to
the Postmasters at Prince Rupert and
Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified tbat
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
and signed with tbeir actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
         firms,   the  actual  signature,  the  na-
lit   fro..     �������� iur*   or   tbo   oooupAtton.   Md   pl��c��   at
b.   paid   tor,! roalOonoo of oaclt mambor ot Una Brm
1 must be gtven.
Each tender must be accompanied)
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
FOR VICTORIA.
springs.
The future ruler of the British em
om movE-nTiES
WHICH AHE MOT
MO'RTCACE'D
Wm ATTENTION
10:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
..Daily, except Tuesday
    Dally
.^.j^__     For Seattle.
10:00 a.m  Dally
11:00 p.m  Dally
^^^^^fc.For Nanaimo.
2:00 p.m       Daily
of the land of the pyramids   into 11
  military base of the flrst magnitule.
ine iuiure imer ui  t.uD  ^..v.=���         .     m Kitrhenor   will    hav��
Plre-no one doubts that he Will be * that ever may be necessary In
prime minister If he lives-owes hls d��^ jg��J 5S��d2"aS��Z,��
success to his own tremendous abll-  ������������.,,,��� ���Kn��^.t���� ���# n*m ���,��,ni��� ��������.��
,'      ��� ���       ,_~ .._     v       . mm* mj  rosslble absorption of the whole coast
Ity. Pull or Influence has not helped ���. ���. . ,f . * f Nleeria to Caiv
him a particle.    He has had neither.  coImv
With lt all he ls a modest genial gen- g yjve Co���wall dulv observe,i
tleman with a personal charm which       anc,      cu k h   Kn,,
makes friends with all with whom he  wre fulfllll      the condltlon8 oi
comes in contact.   There Is no man In, wnlch necessa6ry t0 the preserva-
the cabinet for whom King George; , f charltable trugt ^ llttle
has a higher personal regard than; ,r| dreg d ,n white recited the
this man, who as a boy assistel his) Qld Hundredth before the mayor,
shoemaker uncle and who was as ,car and collector ot customB. Then
poor as poverty Itself. fc procession was formed, and headed
t settteme" TthFA strike Vl\ by a MAU>r 8Bd �� te8,<Sr ��f pS8'm��dV'
I settlement or the great  striKe  is  G.| marcned t0 the monument erected by
Dow,Fraser&Co.,ltd.
DEPARTMENT    OF    THE
SERVICE.
Far  MmmI��m. Unlan. Cttr*��oy- 1*H~J^rS^ kua tk. aua. ut **�� -am*.* -tt.  OM  I  ******    "awn     amo.-   *���\
WIS* t��   ���TbwAiyiii* 2slw&&\TJ35M  9*m**tn*****t ,     Ksssotsm   Osm\am^tmt rt pMimoAy trtpjto. M. w%i1jm]
rww~ -���  i��-W�� �������������  ��� .Tauraaaya mi���� tHwapha ot Mr. Askwttb's carem asl widow  at IS.    After  tbe dance   tbe
""Sc^te'Sdwmust be accompanied        For Prince Rupert and1 AiMWfc        mrbltrlltor> wWcb has covered jearty  truiteM iirtrtbuted various doles.
hv^n acwttd SXe on a chartered  11 p.m Aug. 12. 19. 22, 2��   m  dl.pute,f  mUBt  be  counted   the. .	
NAVAL! hLt navable to the order of the Hon- For Queen Charlotte Islanda. settlement of the cotton dispute in the| _ . .    _,    	
NAVAL 1 bmk, payable.to;������w; gr^ Wnrk_. ,        ^gjSas ..Aug. 17. Sept. 5. 20  autninn of last year, of the_strike hi
HEAL   ESTATE AMD
MIE IMSUTtAMCE
4- TE"K CEMT. IMTETt-
EST OM HEVOSITS.
jrusJCCT Tocacav*
'���&SK*i.S$rs*vm nohtm.*
A competitive examination will ve
held in November next at the siam
inartcm centres of the Civil Service
Commission for the entry ot Naval
Cadets for the Naval Service of Canada; tbere will be 25 vacancies.
Candidates must be between the
ages of 14 and Iti years on the lst ot
January next; must be British subjects and must have resided, or their
parents must have resided in Canada
for two years immediately preceding
the examination; short periods of
absence abroad for purpose of education to be considered as residence.
Successful candidates will join the,
Hoyal Naval College at Halifax ini
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 flrst year and $250
for the second year.
On passing out of College Cadets
will be rated Midshipmen, and will
receive pay at the rate of $2 per diem.
Parents ot intending candidates
should make application to the Secretary Civil Service Commission, Ottawa, before 15th October next.
Further information can be obtained
on application to the Secretary, Department of Naval Service, Ottawa.
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not be paid for.
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department  of  the  Naval  Service,
Ottawa, August lst, 1911. ���       E
ourable the Minister ot Public Work,
equal to ten per cent (10 p. c.) of
the amount of tender, which will be
forfeited lf the person tendering decline to enter Into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fall to com
plete the contract. If the tender be
not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not  bind  itself to accept the lowest or any ten
der.
Bv Order,
n. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary
Department  of  Public   Works,  Ot
tawa,  August 26,  1911.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement lf they Insert tt
without authority from the Department).
For Hardy Bay and Rivera Inlet.
8:30 a.m   Wednesdays
Gulf Islands.
Leave Vancouver 8 a.m. Fridays.
Upper Fraser River Route.
Leave Westminster 8:00 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday, Friday.
Leave   Chilliwack,   7:00   a.m.   Tuesday,  Thursday,  Saturday.
For other sailings and rates apply
to
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P. A.. Vancouver
Belfast, when the troops were corn-
Refuses to Tie Knot
neniim,   yassmiM  ***ai  ��,��,,.   ���_.^        Little   Compton,  N.  Y.,   Sept.  7.���
relied to flre on the crowds, and of Rev. Frederick L. Brooks, pastor of
the great dispute between the railway the Methodist church here, has been
companies and their employees, which asked to officiate at the marriage of
nearly  led  to a  general  strike.      A   Colonel  John  Jacob  Astor and  Miss
317-321 fombte tt.
Vancouver, HL
BORDE^ATliONTREAL, AUGUST 29
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-
TRICT.-Distrlct of New Westmin 1
��ter���Take    notice    that.   I,   James
for permission to purchase the follow
S described lands:    Commencing a
taining 640 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
JA O'Gerle, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1911.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday in Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
t, 508, Residence phone 601.
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never oefore 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
Ilaage and strong bank*
ing organization.
Interest is pud on Savings
Be lancet half-yearly.   ::
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS  $48,000,000
I'.TONI
H15  MAJZATYA THUATRE
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
Sealed Tenders, addressed to the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for Public Building, Chilliwack, B.
C." will be received at this office until 4.00 P. M., on Wednesday, September 20, 1911, for the construction
of  a  Public  Building,  Chilliwack,  B.
C.
Plans, specifications and form of
contract can be seen and forms of
tender obtained at the office of Mr.
Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect,
Victoria, B. C, at the Post Office,
Chilliwack, lf. C, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
ten lots will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
and  signed  with  their  actual  signatures,  stating  their  occupations  and
places ot residence,    ln the case of
j firms,  tbe actual  signature, the na-
I ture ot the occupation, and place of
j residence of each member of the firm
1 must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to the order of
the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per cent (10
p. c.) of the amount of the tender,
which will be forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or
fail to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted,
the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind, itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS.
Secretary,
Department of Publlc Works,
Ottawa, August 30, 1911.
Newspapers  will  not  be  paid  for
this advertisement if they insert it
without authority  trom  the Department. '
*n& TH1ATRE | | A
T.TO night!!
ORDER.
IM THAT 3T1RRIN6   MUOORAMA
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1��11.   ��l
l '\
AMUNITION
City News
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Liberal committee rooms, 'Phone, A. W. McLeod left last night for a
64, over Dally Newa Office, oppolite, trip to the east. While away Mr.
Carnegie library, are open each day< McLeod will visit most of the cities
and evening.   Everybody cordially in-   in   Eastern   Canada  and  the   Stat,
Marks the approach of the
year's end. Isn't it high
time that you looked into
the matter of insurance ?
Because you have come
through two-thirds of tht
year without loss is no argument that you will finish the
year without it. I am a
specialist in insurance; consult me.
Alfred W. McLeod
Kjrt
INSURANCE^
vited.
returning by way of California.
Uev Principal McKay, of Westmln- Trustees Stoney and Peck were un
sier Mall Vancouver, will occupy the able to attend last nights meeting ot
oulrdt    in    St.    Andrew's on Sunday  tlie school board as they are tem#or-
morning next.
| arily on tho sick list.
The   classiest   lot   of   automobile |     J. W- Rushton, bandmaster of tho
rol es ever opened up In Westminster city    band,    represented    the    local
are to be seen   at   T,   J. Trapp   & musicians at   the   funeral    of J. W.
are to ue seen   at,                       v^ Trendell, secretary of the Vancouver
' Musicians'    association,   which    tooK
E. F. Shannon, teller of the New |)lat.e ln Vancouver yesterday. There
Westminster branch of the Bank   of  wft8 a iarge attendance, which testi-
Montreal, left last night for his old )led t0 tne    popularity    which    Mr.
home In Chatham, Ont.; where lie wil Trendell had enjoyed among his as-
revisit bis parents and spend    some BOC|ates.
tlme' i    Great sale of groceries now on at
G. I. Sovereign, of Belleville, Ont., George Adams, Columbia street,
the physical director oMho Y. M. C. Everything slaughtered. Open even-
A., Is due to arrive fn the city near lngg    See a(jr ������
the llrst of October, so that he can, ��,'*_*_. a
OKUlM his classes and start work      Mlss L   Hoe returns September 6
on   tie   llrst     Mr.   Sovereign   is   a   from a visit to relatives in Calgary
^rnrtemtP of the Y   M. C. A. training and    Banff.    She    wlll    resume    her
gadoatc ol UU  x. aa, v. ��� ^^ ^ f������owlng Monday,
cla88'    I I September 11.
Arrordlnc to Information received]
hv a riend line Kev. J. S. Bender-! The SS. Princess May will make a
Jon nastorV^'Andrews church, Is! special trip for Victoria, leaving
on his wav from his three months' | Vancouver midnight. September 8. re-
trip to the continent. The reverend turning September 9 arriving mid-
gentleman took passage on August night. Return fare $2.00.
30 on board the Olympic,, sailing from, ��� ������a������
Southampton  to New  York.    As Mr.j
Henderson Intends visiting for seme   -^ *m
days In  Ontario he Is not  e-cpected  W-,-^1^--.
here until ahout thc twentieth of tins  |j||f||j||
month.
irn
Take the steamer Transfer for a
round trip Saturday afternoon. Leaves
Blackraan-Ker wharf at 2 o'clock. ������    i
Mrs, WIlloiiKhby Cummings, LL.D.,
who is on her way hon\e from Japan,
will be the guest of Mrs. de Pencier-
from the Sth to the 12th.. She will
address the W. A. of Holy Trinity on
Friday afternoon at 3;J0 o'.clock in
St. George's hall, and the Local Council of Women on Monday at the same
hour in the Olivet Baptist church. All
Interested In missionarv work anl in
the Local Council of \?bmen are cordially Invited to both meetings.
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster.
THE DARK  HORSE WINS
THE BOWLING TOURNEY
Yesterday afternoon, at the Front
street alleys, in the presence of a
large attendance, P. C. Burrows, tipped by the Daily Newa at the com
mencement of the tournament as the
eventual winner, succeeded In defeat |
ing Chamberlin in the Twentieth
Century competition for the M. J.
Phillips prize.        .?,,,.,, j
While it is confessed that   the loser |
and Tan
Must disappear if
you use
Somerville's
Dermol Cream
I guarantee that it ls ln no respect
harmful to the most sensatlve skia.
also that a better skin cream cannot
be found.   50c per bottle, sold only at
The Red Cross Pharmacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
Phone 40. 32 Sixth Street.
New  Westminster, B.C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
��1��,��OO.OOOM
_.    **.*******-r3*fr ���
!*"<���-*y   ����*i  ��\*to��. v>"-w��(b **>*> ��erto��0      Branota��, tbrousooui.     CknaOm     r����
ot  t��avd  battVeti.     ct\ttiN��>��r},Vo  ��tavted   Ne���toun<Hana,   ana   In   London,   Eng-
ott wtth a lead    ot    tour on the flriit  ^mi. New York, Chicago and Spokane,
string and Jumped to twenty-flve ere  U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A  general
the third was entered upon. The third   banking    business    transacted.    Let-
anl fourth saw Burrows in front, but |ters of Credit laaued,   available   wltb
with a small margin.    The fifth gave ] correspondents In    all    parts of   the
him  premier  position  by  ten points, | world
the full scores being:
Burrows 74 71 85 80 61���371
Chamberlin   ..    ..78 01616170���3(11
The highest score in    the   tourna-
and stir up the dust
germs when you can
buy a hand Vacuum
Cleaner for $12 ?
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
ment was made by Wlnqtiest and
stands at Ofi, while the highest average is to the credit of Chamberlin, 77.
Savlnga Bank Dspartment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present r*te).
Total  Ae*ets over 1186.000,000.00
NEW  WESTMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
$600 Gash
Secures
a
Home
Just Arrived
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Popham's
Salome
Chocolates
AT
Mil's DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
(S74)���Why continue to pay rent when a small payment will gi.o
you possession of your own home ? We have Just secured sale of a
nice tidy cottage close to car line, which is one of the best buy*
in the city today. The lot la 66x132 with lane In rear, and ls 003
of the few large lots left in the vicinity. Although the house is not
fully modern it has electric light and city water service. Addltlr>nul
conveniences may be installed without heavy expense.
Stop Paying Rent.
Secure this horae and be your own landlord.
A home ls the best Bavings bank you can have.
- ���  i - , i
Secure this home and be your own banker.
If you have not the full amount of $600 we may make the te:ms
I
to suit the capital you have.
Price   $1600
H F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.        t
'.-'���
SMITH'S
Friday Bargains
You will find it hard to get bargains such
as this store offers Friday. Every one is
worth an 8 o'clock visit. Come at 8 today
-that's the best advice you can take-
and come prepared to get some of the
best bargains of the year.
STORE OPENS AT 8 A.M. AND CLOSES AT 6 P.M.
The Greatest of
Dress Goods Bargains
Friday we offer some startling values ln dress fabrics; every piece Is worth at least three times the price
you can buy these goods for Friday, almost every make of cloth and color being represent '*: Tweeds,
Serges, Diagonals, Stilpe Suitings, etc.; values markel regular to $1.00. Friday bargain, per yard 25c
BIG BARGAINS IN
WOMEN'S DRESSES
Values $3.50;  Friday Bargain $2.00 Each.
Women's house  dresses;   the materials    are    ginghams, prints and lawns; good assortment of colos,
styles with short sleeves, high and low neck.    Friday bargain, each   $2.00
KITCHEN  APRONS���GOOD BARGAINS.
Women's kitchen aprons; large size, with pocket;
in black and white and blue, and white prin:s;
regular  35c.     Friday bargain, eacli  25c
COAT. WONDBBFUL     BARQAIN..
Women'a short town coats; various Btyles; nice
Quality of cloth and good weights; regular values tj
$12,00.      Friday bargain, each  $2.25
MISSES' SKIRTS  MARKED TO CLEAR.
Values to $2.50;   Friday Bargain 95c Each.
Misses' cloth skirts; In tweeds, Venetians and
taffeta cloths; shades of green, brown anl grey.
Big   snaps   at, each        95c
WOMEN'S DRAWERS���SPECIAL BARGAINS.
Women's dra vers of flne cambric; made with lawn
IHI; open or closed styles; regular 40c. Friday
bargain, pair 25e
CORSET   BARGAINS���FRIDAY   BARGAIN 85c.
Women's corsets, made of good weight white cou-
lille; strong steels; low bust and long hip sty!e3;
with four strong elastic supi��orters; values regular
1o $1.25.
HOSIERY  VERY  MODERATELY  PR ICED.
Women's fine cotton and lisle hose; in fancy and
plain shades of tans, blues, greens and bluer:; regular to 3,'ic.    F iday  bargain, per pair   20c
NECKWEAR  REDUCED.   ..
Women's D��tMi collars; embroidered styles; all
sizes; regular to 60c. Friday bargains, each .. 35c
Wash stocks, jabots and lace coat sets; regular to
$1.25.    Friday bargain, at each   50c
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS FROM
THE STAPIE DEPARTMENT
DRESS  MUSL INS, 8 YARDS FOR 50c.
Here's an opportunity to make big savings. These
muslins are suitable for afternoon or ho ,se dresses;
come in dark shades of blue, with white figured
patterns; values regular 25c. Out they go at such
a ridiculously low figure. Only a limited quantity
to choose from, so get here early If you would
benefit  by   thii offer.    Friday bargains. .8 yards 50;
APRON CLOTHS REDUCED.
Regular   20c;   Friday Bargain 15c Per Yard.
3(',-lnch   prints and gingham checks, some with bordered  pattern..
COLONIAL    DRAPERIES���EXTRA   OFFERINGS.
Fancy Colonial draperies, 30 inches wide; in light
and medium shades; colors to blend with any room;
all good patterns and colorings; regular to 80e.
Friday   bargains, per yard  20-
CURTAIN MUSLINS REDUCED.
Regular to  40c; Friday Bargain 25c Per Yard.
White curtain muslins; ln stripe and fancy figured
patterns; width 48 Inches; extra good values at,
per yard 25c
QUILTS ONLY 50c EACH.
3-4 bed size colored cotton quilts; in pinks antl
blues. t
FLANNELETTE  SPLENDID  BARGAIN
3..inch pure   wite  flannelette:   good  heavy  grade;
regular   17%c.   Friday bargain, yard  10c
TOWELS    MARKED  FOR   FRIDAY 40c PAIR.
Heavy white   Turkish towels; size 22 by 38'inches;
pure  white;   regular 50c.    Friday bargain, pair 40c
SHEETING SNAP.
72-inch heavy.English sheeting: good even weave
and nice finish; regular 35c. Friday bargain, per
yard   25:
GLOVES���WORTH-WHILE BARGAINS.
Women's lisle and net gloves; browns and blacks;
two spring fajteners; regular to 50c. Friday bargain,   pair  . 25c
BELT BUCKLES, COLLARS, PINS, BLOU8E SETS
TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS���BIG BARGAINS
Regular to $2.00;  Friday Bargain $1.25.
Damask table cloths; sizes 68x68 and 72x90 inches:
napkins size 1Sx18 Inches, hemmed. Friday bargain  $1.25
DAMASK REDUCED.
72-lnch bleached table Damask; floral pattern; pure
finish and good weight; regular 75c. Friday bargain, yard   .... 50;
PILLOW  CASE   BARGAINS.
Gilt and  oxodized;  regular to 75c.   Friday bargain. I  42-inch   cotton pillow cases;   good deep hem.    Fn-
each   25c     day bargain,   pair  30c,
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