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 1 ��� ���*��
THC LARGE DEMAND FOR
LOTS AT WHITE ROCK SHOWS
THB POPULARITY OF THIS
RESORT. ALL TRAIN8 STOP
THERE.
FOLLOW    THE    CpflffifO^ilitf-l
SPEND   THE   W^E^END	
WHITE ROCK/INDISPUTABLY J.
THE FINES"/ "*ND' SAFEST ^
BEACH IN B
VOLUME C, NUMBER 151.
NEW WE8TMINSTER, B.C., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1911.
PRICE
SPLENDID OVATIONS
EVERYWHERE in uun
CHRISTUIU ENOEAVORERS
,"",��Ja�� ANNUAL CONVENTION
LIBERAL CANDIDATE 8HOW6 ABSOLUTE HYP0CRI8Y OF TORIE8
IN ANTI-LOYALTY PLEA���RECI-
PROCITY IN THE PAST.
The Liberal candidate, John Oliver,
held splendid meetings last evening.
He spoke first at Hall's Prairie, where
he had the assistance of George Ken
nedy, president of the City Liberal
association, and later at Cloverdale,
where Reeve Weart and J. E. Sears
assisted. About fifty attended the
first meeting, and 120 tbe second, Use
audience being enthusiastic for the
candidate and reciprocity.
Fort Langley, Aug. 30.���Wherever
Mr. Oliver goes In his present political tour there Is a cordiality ln personal greetings and an unmtstakeable
enthusiasm In the assemblages gathered  ln   his  support.    "Hullo, John;
President of Westminster Union  Replies to Address of Welcome���
Rev. H. H. Rottman on Society.
THE MILK flOWS
OVER TKE BORDER
CREAMERIE8 ON OTHER 8IDE
8END ACR088 LINE FOR PRODUCT AND PAY BETTER THAN
LOCAL PRICES.
Speaking of reciprocity, R. J. Rey-
CONVICT RETURNS
TO CAREER OE CRIME
ESCAPED CRIMINAL WHO DEFRAUDED COLORADO BANK8
800N CAUGHT IN TOILS OF
WASHINGTON STATE.
Denver,  Col., Aug.  31.���J.  A. Wor-
The provincial C. E. Union for
B. C. opened its session yesterday at
tbe First Baptiat church.   Vancouver,
and wlll be in convention for the next     ^	
three days, during which a special | nolis, a well-known farmer of Murray-] han, alias J. A. Matthews, who was
car wlll be run each evening from vllle, who waB seen by a News repre- arrest ed at Tacoma for swindling
Westminster. | sentatlve on Tuesday, intimated that,  various banks   out of $17,750,   turns
Rev. H. A. Carson, presided over a in his opinion, there was no room for] out to be Coman J. Murray, who
large attendance. Rev. J. W. William- controversy at all. I do not see, said, escaped from the Colorado peniten-
son conducted the song sei'.lce.   The j be, how any farmer In British Colum-' tlary on July 27.   He was sent from
bia, and especially In this Delta rid-! Denver for a series of clever frauds
C.N.P. TO BE COMPLETED
INSIDE THREE VEARS IN I
hits
Sir   Donald    Mann    Promises   Rapid
Construction on Transcontinental
���Branch '.ines in Hand.
LARGER fUTURE FOR
ST. ANN'S CONVENT
WILL RECEIVE PUPILS FROM INSTITUTION IN VANCOUVER
AND ASSUME ACADEMY NAME.
���THOROUGHLY   REORGANIZED
In an   Interview   with   Sir Donald
Mann, of the C. N. It., the press has
been Informed that the railroad com- j An announcement of importance to
pany plans to have the main Une fron J Westminster comes in the form ot the
the coast to Yellowhead pass com-�� decision arrived at by the Sister* at
pleted within three years from, last ��J A���nn l�� unlte V?e academy mata-
sprlng. ln the meantime the brand. talned ^ them1,n.y,anc?.uver^lth.Sb
lines ln B. C. wlll not be overlooked, I Ann 8 convent In this city. The staff
according to Sir Donald.
delegates were welcomed by R. A.
Boult, president of the Vancouver
local union, and T. F. Phillips replied.
T. F. Phillips, on behalf of the
Westminster Union, spoke In part as
follows:
"On behalf of the delegates of the
lng, can oppose it. ^^^^^^^^^
In the course of conversation Mr.
Reynolds pointed hls argument by
reference to matters whicli had fallen within his own experience. I
know, said be, two large dairy farmers, Mr. Roberts and Mr. Klrkby, in!
on  banks In 1910, and escaped from   AOD..,re biirlicatiON
**.* n.nii..>i... ���iti, ��,i�� v.it*: ...i.�� i ARRANGE PUBI.il/Miiun
the penitentiary, with his wife's assist,
ance. After completing bis term of
flve years at the Denver penitentiary
he will be taken back to Seattle to
answer to these other charges.
different Christian Endeavor societies   our neighborhood, who are selling all!
^^    Socialist at Victoria.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Victoria, Aug. 30.���After a lengthy   paper during the coming year
OF ROYAL CITY MAGAZINE
Yesterday afterncon the students
of the Royal City High school held
their annual meeting for the purpose
of electing a staff of officers to conduct the publication of the school
^^ The
of teachers and the students in attendance will be transferred from the
Dunsmuir street Institution in Vancouver to the convent here, and ttie
local Institution will be raised to the
rank of an academy, to be known as
St. Ann's academy.
Advantages of Site.
The exceptional natural advantages
offered by Westminster for a boarding school for young ladles doing
middle and advanced school work
have for a long time appealed to tbe4
gathered here  from all parts of tha   their    milk   to    creameries   on   the
province of British Columbia, I wish] other side of the line at the present' j,',','''",'"'' ���?"r'���_".���� -..ii.. ~*T~~*V. m.Y..~.   whirl, t* written entlrelv by
how a^e ����� �� TsTvery "coTmon^sa.'   * tta* you for your very kind wo*, j U  and  they  -setting a better *���%*��j gg BWWS *?��Et& -me "ou? StJS  **��*>��. and" ***&&* to �����*��
&rtS^O.W& U was decldedVan almost unlnl- this year at the *^�����r ������� �� ���""�������S7!fi
mous vote to place a candidate    in month.   The new staff of publishers
tbe fleld ln the forthcoming election, is as follows:
earnest cooperation ln anything that j tn the home market. A remarkable
we may be able to do to help to feature in connection with this trade,
make the convention a success. I he   pointed  out,   was  that  the  local
"I am very pleased to note the ad-| dairymen had not been obliged to
vancement that is being made in the chase after their customers. The
Christian Endeavor work throughout  Americans came over after the milk
are welcoming the old Delta war
horse In tbe present flght. This
cherry greeting comes from pedestrians on the roads, from teamsters'
on the highways, and from those who
collect to hear his platform presentations. Never was the popularity of
"Honest John" more ln evidence or
his promise ob political success more
assured. j
During the afternoon of Tuesday
Mr. Oliver was heard by a good audience in the schoolbouse at Glen Valley, where P. J. Heafey occupied tlte
chair, and in the evening be spoke to
'a large gathering at Fort Langley,
presided over by W. J. Mcintosh.
These meetings were thoroughly representative of thiB Important agrlcul-
tura' district, and the popularity of
the candidate and the principles he
represents were splendidly evidenced
in both of them.
Tory Inconsistency.
In the course of debate at these
meetings reference was made to a
resolution passed hy the Conservative convention held at Nelson, in
March lust, which cited the desirability of legislative action being take.i
to encourage settlement on the lands
of the province to the end that the
cost of food stuffs might be cheapened to the consumer. And Mr. Oliver
tn commenting on this pointed to the
inconsistency which was apparent in
4*h�� Conservative -oppoaUiew to tho
Reciprocity proposals of the Liberal
(government, which sought to accomplish tbe end whicb the Conse--
vatives at Nelson ostensibly had fn
���lew. He also recalled that resolutions along slrjllar lines had been j
passed by various boards of trade
throughoul the country. i
As an  incident, ln a line of argu-
Stent, to show the fallacy of the contention  that   British  Columbia would1 ��� **       ���    *
be   flooded   by   farm   products   from'          _ ._',,,_**,__,
Washington, when the reciprocity ar-Bu��y D��V " MuniclP��' Ha" *���**'���
ranyement  went into effect. Mr.  Oliver observed that the American government had recently placed a large
order In Washington for oats for {h.**1 B^B^
Philippines,    of    which that,   market! �� ���
was only able to supply  a part   and |    T d     ,   tfc   ,Mt dty lhat the
that thev were looking to the Alberta' .    _       :       ... .
crop to "make up the full amount re-P?^' owne.s In Burnaby will re.elv,
gested that K was.the-^ucejrtjhe ^ reductlon ratepayera have for the
been beselgtng the col-
in the municipal hall
ith   their    usual   tax
    - ...      i_u������.���, -��� ....nlng ln their cash. In
y encouraged into the oulUvft-  or(]cr ^ handle ^ excegs  buslness
the world; by the increase ln the
number of members and the number
of societies', by the bringing Into
closer fellowship, the people of different denominations and different nationalities; and In the endeavor to
accomplish the two great objects
which we have before us under the
citizenship department, that of International peace and international prohibition. Referlng to our own union,
that of New Westminster, I am glad w
to be able to report that we have had' palgn.
the privilege of increasing the torso, jn further
of the union by the addition of four
new societies during the past year.'1
Rev. H. Rottman. western field secretary of the Christian Endeavor
union, next gave a lengthy address,
lie first touched the new department
ot C. E. work, "Goad citizenship." and
denounced the cigarette habit and
the ll(|iior traffic, and looked hopefully to the time of universal prohibition. He also went at length Into the
work of the society throughout the
world
and paid the duty themselves. This
shows pretty nlainly, I think, said
Mr. Reynolds, that the farmers in
this partlcultar locality at least have
nothing to fear from reciprocity. In
fact there are quite a few whom I
have known as Conservatives, who
are supporting Mr. Oliver on this occasion, not only because of his record, character and ability as a public
man, but because of the policy which
be  stands  for  ln  the  present   cam- ���
Gordon  Brown was    selected as tbe      Edltor-ln-chlef, A. Crelghton; assTs'-
candidate. Mr; Brown is a young ant editor, Miss Eileen Gilley; busl-
! Englishman, a patternmaker by trade,   ness manager, Ross Lane;    assistant
aad has been Identified with the business manager, D. Huggard; joke
I Socialist  movement    at  least    eight  and exchange e'ltor, Miss Dockerlll;
years, flrst in Sheffield, England, and   sporting editor, E. Cooper.
since  then  in  Winnipeg,  New  West-1    six    other   sub-editors
minster, Vancouver and this city. He
Is one of the men who figured in the
recent   street-speaking   case   in    thii
city.
Ths  Wrecked  Spokane.
Seattle,  Aug.  30.���Libels aggregating $35,600 were filed in the   United
States      district     court
has resulted both from this fact and
also from the need felt for auch wt
academy to be carried on along strictly non-sectarian lines here.
It was with a view to the amalgamation of the two boarding schools
that the splendid new addition to St.
. Ann's convent was recently    begun.
    were   also   While this building will not be ready
elected, one to represent each class for occupation much before the new
room. They are as follows: Edwin year, all the academic work will be
Meredith, Harry Bond, Mlss Clara conducted for the present In ihe old
Maxwell. J. McKercher, Miller Loug- convent.   When the new wing is com*
heed and Mlss Lois McDonald.
pleted the accommodation will . be
more than doubled, and every facility
offered for carrying on the advanced
work to be undertaken here.   A splen-
Piracy in Southern Russia.
                               .        _    _                       yesterday      8t. Petersburg, Aug 30.-A report did'tihysicafand chemical laboratory
connection   with   theWlnst the Paciflc Coast Steamship  reached here from    Keren,   in   tne wm be InStalled so as to conduct tbe
trade referred  to  Mr.  Reynolds said' company and the steamship Spokane  ?���J"f�� S^-iStVI fnlt^L Tho work in the BClence subjects on ex-
that  a considerable  demand  for cat- i by passengers who were on board the   ��naea *na a��acaea ine iorvr��ws. i ne actly the game baBlg ag lg ^^g doBe
' *���- -*-���-���' <- ���>- a��.  soiuiers replied to the shots of thel! ,n the provInclal Hlgi, Bchools.   Tbe
tie had arisen, ln his district, as a result of it, enquiries for milch cows
having been made at his ranch by
parties engaged in this cross the
border business.
The Alien Criminal.
'  New York, Aug. 30.���All the Italian
detectives in the city were summoned
���      ^.^-^.---^^^^^^^^^^^^ Ito  police headquarters  today and  as-
A nominating committee consisting1 signed  to  stem  the  wave  of  Italian
of W. J. Hogg; H. Carson, T. F. Phil-j crime.    The seriousness of the sH.ua-
llps. J. Rankin and Johnscn was ap-, tlon became apparent today when It,
.pointed.     Finance     and      resolution I was  learned that  the Italian  govern ;*
committees were next named   on tho
vessel when she struck ln the Seymour Narrows last June. H. W.
Hogue, of Portland. Oregon, claims
damages, including his baggage and
fare to the amount of $5000; May me
Adams, of Portland, asks for $10,000;
Clare Adams, of Dillon, Mont., wants
$5000; Winnlfred G. Abbott, of Portland, $5000, and Anastasla Kogue, of
Portland, demands $5000.
assailants    with   a   heavy rifle flre, ^gT^ssvtiaoss will   be   written
wounding, many.     Fifteen     pirates  for teacherg and matricuiatioll dIpIo.
were captursq      ag    it has been five years since any
I High   school   work was   done in tha
SHIPPING OIL TANKS 'local Institution.   The very competent
FOR  WHALING  INDUSTRY   staff which was so successful in the:
  advanced   work   in   Vancouver   will
The     steamer     Leebro,    a     large  carfy lt on here-
freighter belonging to Leemlng Bros, I Commercial  Course.
Victoria, has been In port here since      A splendid   commercial  course  liasr
yesterday noon taking on a cargo ot  been arranged for under a very com-
���-���-���-  ��� ��--��-������ nntent teacher.   The toe suite In tha
PROTEST  AGAINST yesteraay noou wuE uu a, w��.B�� .,*
HIGH PRICE OF LIVING  800 whale oil tanks which are being Petent teacher.
shipped empty to Bechard on Barclay .������� building win be fitted up
-  ��  a^m^.   it, ****************m**m^a.^*aa*s ������Slat .   nartAtrtiMMlL. .aV.   .alfl
Paris,   Aug.   31.���Protests
former being W. J. Hogg,
slons continue today.
Tbe ses-
LAST DAT FOR REBATE IN
BURNABY MUNICIPALITY
here,  a list of crimes committed by, uistrtctB  0f  France  has  led  to  con-  ertes company ln their whaling InftS-
natives   of   that   country   here   since glderabie   rlotlng.    The "troops    and  try on Vancouver island
the  first of the year and was much gen(larme8 have    receive 1 -stringent'
escerclsed   at   the   showing     It   was order8 t0   repress h9stilities, and two
stated that the detective bureau has 8(luaQrong of cavalry  have been    or-
a   list  of  no less  than  five thousan I dered  ,nto tb, Calcenne8  district
Italian  ex-ccn
to be here.
icts   who  are believed
Extra Clerical  Help to Handle
Payments for Taxes.
New Japanese Cabinet.
Tokyo, Aug. 30.���Marquis Salonji
submitted today to the emperor the
names of the men composing the new-
cabinet which he bas formed to succeed the retiring ministry headed by
Count Katsura. The personnel was
announced as follows: Premier. Marquis Salonji; home affairs, Kei Hara;
finance, Tatsuo Yamamoto;
Lleut.-General Ishlmoto;   navy-
war,
Vlca-
At Fresures, in this disaffected I
area, a farmer was forced to reduce'
his prices at the protest of an angry'
mcb.
Ashore on Tonga Tabu.
Suva, Fiji Island, Aug. 30.���The4
Waterhouse steamer Knight of St,
George, from Vancouver to Tacoma,
July 20, and San Francisco July 25
for Sydney, N. S. \V\, ran ashore on
Tonga Tabu, one of the southernmost
    last Sat
USEFUL WORK OUT AT
QUEENS PARK OVAL
Jack Lees Training for Boxing Bouts
with Pat Fesney���Boys Confident
of Winning on Labor Day.
With  the  single exception of
.-   -��� mt
WiU
LOTttiand, typewrit!*
wlll be given. The latest fyling system for office work will be used in
the academy, so as to acquaint the
students as far as possible with office
routine as it ls carried on ln every
day business. The examiners in this
department will be a board of local
business men who will award tha
diplomas.
The examination of students who
wish to c'.o commercial work begins
next Tuesday, when the academy
opens, and they will continue until
September 15. after which date no
new students will be admitted for a.
period of two months.
A Greater Future.
Besides the High school and   com��-
    the mercial departments of the academy,
urdav.   The vessel lies in a bad posi rurnou..  ��" ---    -*~~f ~ tn   sw                                                               "
._   u����u,~-.-     , .���            .   tion a��d  ��  f8 doubtful whetJler th�� chamPi��n    n^ the trii   showed U-. ,nu. -----    ���  , ,      ���,,,
&  Admiral Myoru Salto; agriculture and   ��on acan be 8alvaged. as water    is yesterday^ and th etria 1 ��b ow ^ ^               ^   ^ ^ prov|de_, foI% wlw
 '���_              ...                   ���      ��� ��� ii          **T*\...*a..    a.-nt'ia ��li/i    nnvl   WHItJ   ttll   l*i****J     ���                                                                                        ..
um   	
gradually ��,..,. 0 .	
tlon of that class of produce, includ
lng eggs, butter and vegetables in
which they would be most exempt
from distant competition.
A False Plea.
The cry of "Canada for thg Canadians," which some opponents wero
urging against the reciprocity agreement reminded Mr. Oliver of the post
tion which the Chinese hud
three thousand years ago, In
they fortified themselves by building
u great wall around the country. That
fiBClprpclty with the United States
lead to in* dismemberment of
taken
which
duiing the tax rush, considerable temporary help has been employed by thc
municipality, and the work is being
carried through without much delay.
Municipal Clark Griffiths, under
whose supervision the collecting Is
heing done this year, states that of
the $260,000 taxes due this year there
will be close to $200,000 paid Into
the coffers of the municipality when
thc office closes tonlpht. He proposes
to make absolutely no   extension   of
commerce, Baron Nodokl Maklno;
communications and foreign affairs,
pro tem, Count Tadasu Hayashi;
Justice, Mashlsa Matsuda; education,
Sumltaka Haseba. Viscount Vasuya
Uchida, the ambassador to the United
States, will be appointed minister of
foreign affairs after his arrival
Tokyo.
islands of the Tonga group, last m   I     " "",.l" ,.   ,b:    members of    the  mercial departments oi uw ��"*"3'
urdav.   The vessel lies in a bad posi   Turnbull  all  the    memo department for the study of music
tion and  It  fs doubtful whether tho  champloti team were o��t ��.t ^          ^        ^ conducted    This work
^^^^           '-   ��� -*��-'''"'  ann  tne  ur��i ��� .           ,  nrovid,
British    steamer
fiom Sydney, N. S. W
cisco..
at
Big Timber Deal.
Vancouver, Aug. SO.���Thc Vancouver Timber & Trading company has'
closed a deal with the RedCllffe Lunv
ber company, of Duluth, for the purchase of 30.000 acres of crown granted timber lan.ls on Vancouver island.
The timber on this tract is estimated
"" *���*     Two
The "Mona Lisa
There were  the boys were an i*aay ��ua �� ��. -~  JHS^^ students for outside   ex-
�����  'T ^h^Th Sue matc'ls due  XaUons held by the conservatories-
Strathardle.   J��  ?^U*��& ^^ jg *~g������ enters, bids ��
*** ......  .Ai  , ...nt Btep in    matting:
leading centre of
..iess Imp ^^^^^^
The field covered by
bound
for San Fran-
tor decision.
ftrttoS&t.SSS'tftaa   to'bV^lmportant step in
i *��.o aide lines with Jimmy   Westminster    _   ,    _ m
, passes on the -ide 'ine. w  ^ ^ ^^ business^lmponanc^wm
damaged.    Al-  also be large.
i Gifford.
New York. Aug. 30.-Wi.liam Loeb.  ^"SJJ^VTK and  ^r^rganTzed academy &nowjn-
jr..    collector   of the    port of
good   elude  the  whole  of the  lower  main-
Yorkraniounced""today that an Amerl-  inconvenience. Bandy ^^ ^ E^Ta'iarg6 territory in the state
e will be there with bells on on Mon.
ay when Lally's whistle sends the
respective twelve off on what gives
promise of being the hardest clash of, m^������^ ,- ^day that the
�� ������ *���� as ft��t.S25*B.-
agents of tbe United States, co-operat-   day when Lally;s whistle
can   ^^
is    under
surveillance    by
S  S"w m^ SS^Sgr -.rn Mot,, of Washington.
would lead to tne w"7"''"7a8 chiH.
the empire he chaiacteii/.e as cniii
h an ��U����rd. H Canadian tide
w h Xh* United States meant ��l��g
.lalm-mmm* nt ihp empire, what did
membftrment of the empire
the time limit beyond live o'clock this  jt' close    ,0 a(ooo,000,00i) feet
evening. ,1 million dollars wus paid for the pro-
Payments       received      by       mall   party
until  that hour will be    taken;   but *'     ���      ���______  ���** ^
those arriving on later malls, whether.   . _. ,       ,.,   , ���_*,___*���
posted on time or otherwise, will not1 Th|rty Workmen Hurt
 .   on.!. ��.,_,_.      MorlU. Switzerland,  Aug, J1}. ��� a
lng with the French government in
the search for the picture "Mona
Lisa," Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, which disappeared from the
Louvre ten days ago.
Will Protect Canaf-
Washingtftn,    Aug.    3U.^A��nounc^
the season.                                   ff    t,fi department is considering plans
jimmy    G ffo d.   ��������J? Tim ^rthe fortification of one of the four
practice yesterday   b>     1'a,nerd "r   d     Nfl08   Fiamenco, Perico,   aud
"W'^TI^lnJS'i" Culebro, lying off   the   western   ��,
Alleged Espionage.                I make him. and lira.does not t,                               ma             wh  h,
Kiel     Aug    30-Two    Englishmen   take any chances with    Ws    eg r            mmmX   purchased  from the,
an^ a Dane   who   for   several   days   Wither Tom. wh��^Bm��        ai Pac,|c  Mall  Steamship compnny.   ft
have  been  cruising  near  Kiel   were  after    his    unto, tunate                 com gtated m^ Qf ^ four wln ^
wrested   yesterdrf    by   the   USrbor ***%&_��A���/c. A. W*Wk.J��M*
,e empire, what dl.     7^;9l(lei.e(, a8 payment. This strict  ra '^ bridge which ��U being con-, arrested    >��w�����    ��    ��.- �� wUh    Manager    C. *���-?!'��&
i*.t Britain's trade with^WgJ  ^%J^^T^^I^.  S3S 5��5 il*^* WittJS&t^***  U^les and *<*"��?�� ��- ��� AMATEUR FOOTBALL^^ ^^
���8"en��ng  eight blllio_n ^o.lars^per  an-, MILLIONAIRE'S VI.IT^ LAUNCH   ably fatally Injured.
s denieu tneir uum, ***** ��� --- ��� =��� - -- ,    A    and au    ex-
searching examination by the son, of the b. v.    ��� with the
Eng.lshrn\na1d^erwrdresJehce ZT^Z*^������^ Jffl    The conferenc7room   of Fletcher.
EngU8hampernofessor and a teacher of a tbe M ����� JJf ^   thl' bUlUrd  parlor  was  cr.^^
dally pulled off by
IN
���mu,   and  nine  hundred  million  dollars   coming  In  ns   a  yearly  tribute i ^^^^^^���^^^-^^-^^||__[ 	
fe^hS^irri.!KL'JES!l    ��'  W'  Erlcc80n  arrlved  yesterday'FAMOUS REFEREE
it not her trade pollcy? And yet when  mornln    ln hla    rlvate ,    ^ h     th   . will arrp
proposed  that Canada shoud  M        |t   a flnePboat 75 �����
dally puueu uu��j    --���    th.   Btick- day evening   when   Fresiueui.   n����-
?��*��* ^?ESK-^SSiM nraStee Su occupied the.chair at the^meet-
lt      WaS      V**ll,a.aa. _.       .
tike a step forward along the path
followed by Great Britain, It meant
disememberment of the empire.
Mr. Oliver re-
emi-
and   12.7   feet  beam,
feet
and   250
horse
WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW
when   President   Herb*
Zym splendid practice  W'��^'w��SSS�� Amateur
"wUh the gloves.   Not only does Lees  ing   of    tbe    *�� tom varlouss
Many  successes  /Achieved  hy  M|do^-gM- ^^JTSiStfi^ WSLtt. 2S road and these,
capital i        .        ��~������a   Men
High school.
BREEDERS AT VANCOUVER FAIR,  handlers ^-^^^dois Lees ing   of    the
ihows Football cluL.        .
keen sub-committees were road and
Horse Fanciers.
The horse    show    judging
lacrosse
the
Joe Lallv, the father of lacrosse, is ^       	
, due to arrive In the Royal City    to-  Vancouver exhibition yesterday morn-  the
^fTer a short stay he proceeded to  ^r^w^ernoon.  and accorllng to  ing  rented  in^ severe,  h.orses  from  through  their J_aclnga
* ss.    r*     ., in his new   ound friends of  Bhowed    that    matters    were    in  av
at the  Interest In his new ��ou n uh    condltion.
club,    put    5 ThU Beason is expected, to be   *
^^���     ���   with  the  niemuer*.
Pat
It was unfortunate,
marked, that men occupying
nent public positions in the country
had, for party purposes, given coun-
to   such   philosophical    non-
the head of Pitt lake, where his In I nt arran,
������.,iirvn <����� to exnlore the claims oi, ���_ .._. ���. .,
B?aS5 rS:s,-riK^s^ x^x^^t WS^"" - ^
boxer.'is taking charge banner��� one^ and
111 receive strong support
nners oi iu�� *>��� - -��� ��� ���- . , nnwhin  Baron   four-year-ol.l, exhibit-  himself manas,e,r',,"^1hl5' "' and navy  frOm��the" sporting citizens, in a man*
d8 ��* ^A-fStJS  StfUSS&f Stok farm, Cociult-  holder of the Brt^^  J��MW Pbetore tendered.    Commit-
tention was to explore the claims ,of �����^^ JJ, B. c. L. A. and after- the prize
the Golden Era mine, and after care- ,   to    the   Ru8seii   hotel
fully going over same, he returned to, .*��       JJ^ have been en^ged for ~" ��� *%��>$����� in "the three-   ehamplonshlp  and***%" ���^  ^ZS�� appointed to abroach tto
the city.    He is one of   the     argest he ���xecutive of the Westmln- lam   won  nm p owned  ^ hp ,g many moons older ts start e  tees w��e    pp & ^
���^^.m,n,neandt,mSntemr^ oT4S^^J��^.^��  K^FSFSSSS^ W�����* *-�� ^ '&**
the endorsatlon which the reciprocity  fn the provimM,     .������,
polcy   had  found   among    he    great be efl v, ,	
statesmen of the Conservative party  ve8terdav    v I lng of the eastern magnate
of  other days   indeed among  public  "  He  leaveg  th, ,        f     y - -      - - ^	
men cf all shades of political opinion.  couver
Dtirtng   the   pre-confederatlon    days ; ' 	
when reciprocal trade existed be-1
tween the old Tvrovtnces of Canada1
nnd the United States, tbe population of Canada bs compared with that
of the United StRtes was relatively
weak and small.   Neither ln numbers j
(Continued wn Page Four.)
Premier In Nova Scotia.
Mil of expenses Incurred by the ^-Z*^^"���^ -hlbltor  his "find."   *W��HEK. �� ��n *&* eThlbttlon durlte Octo-
also  won  flrst  for his  three-year-old  lacrosse training uie o^y  ^ ^^ Jg  ^  ^ &s
Officials of the club desire to flatly
contradict the nonsense published tn
a local paper with regard to the
vexed question of referees and their
alleged ability or non-ability. It is
the desire of true sportsmen that this
��� J       ����-      nil
the members of the board'
Halifax, N.S., Aug. '31.���Sir Wilfrid i iue uc..,c ... _
Laurier nnd Hon. \V. S. Fielding! subject should be dropped for al!
spoke at a great reciprocity demon- time. Much harm has been done the
strntlon li the auditorium hern last national game in this province by ths
night. They were enthusiastically re- titterings ot irresponsible writers to
ceived. the press,
 K  Ucrosse" training the boys put on the  eleven        	
Ally. Princess Ena; flrst for one-yeai-   heavy gloves with  l^es and tbt.       be ^ organization a����.
old: filly, Princess May;    second     or  ^lng a mlghty.^t   of   goo ^        ^ ^ ^ q( the scheme   It   U>;
1911 foal, and second for mare with champions .Tommyr U no �� ,    ,    that  a  BlIver  trophy   i?ay  be-
fnal at side    Queen    of Delta.    The been   appointed    official   ume��� v , competition at. tbat time-
econd JS for    three-year-old    filly   f*J^<j^JZ$JS93i      Membership  cards ��*.*.�������
went  to Ladv  Hastings,    owned    by  forgete to announce tne pa-��   b fixtures for the season wore ordereil
William Heaton,    East    Delta.    Holl-   regulation minutes, and It is wn^P       nwu expecte-JT
SSR��S exhibited by William  ��d ^at^r-pj*gj����� g^flf  5_VK nle.ns of adding to fta.
Heaton,  took    fourth    place in    the  of the rounds extenuing to ^ ^^^ rf ^ cIub
, same class. ute8- PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEW*
THURSDAY, AUGU8T 31, 1911.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers. Apply Sixth avenue, Burnaby
East.
WANTED���BUSINESS MAN DE-
sires large bed, sitting room, open
flre place, In modern private house,
between town and Queens avenue,
not west of Eighth sUeet.' Apply
Box J. B., this office.	
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO Assist with house work. Apply 506
Royal avenue.
WANTED���A YOUNG WIDOW RE-
quires position as housekeeper to
bachelor or widower. Box 24 Dally
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 BOARDERS���ACCOMMO-
dation for boarders In private house,
310 Sixth avenue, city,	
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
bouse work; family of five; no children.    Apply 1112 Fifth aveuue.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
atreet, supplies men for all large
Jobs ln this vicinity.   Phone 624.
AN   EXPLODED   ALARM.
^^^^*^*m rr
When a bugaboo has heen used and
has failed of Its purpose and the light
of experience has shown the hollow-
ness ot Its silly, pretended alarms lt
would be the part of wisdom and kindness to relegate it to forgetfulness.
But The Mail and Empire cannot see
things in this light. It resurrects the
very words with which Sir John Macdonald tried to scare the people away
from responsible government in 1844,
and uses thera to scare the people
away from tariff relief ln 1911. Here
is the quotation duly set forth:
"I therefore need scarcely state my
firm belief that the prosperity of Canada depends upon Its permanent connection with the mother country,
and that I shall resist to the utmost
any attempt (froiSwhatever quarter
lt may come) which may tend to
weaken that union.���From Sir John
Macdonald's  flrst  electoral  address."
The object of that talk about the
weakening of the union with the
mother country was to perpetuate the
bureaucracy that was strangling the
aspirations ot the Canadian people.
The object of the same words resur
rected today Is to perpetuate the
trade obstructions that are preventing our full development and provoking class antagonisms. The few who'
profited by the union with the mother
country, just as the few wbo profit by
trade impediments at the expense ot
their fellow-citizens raise the same
cry today. This must be expected,
but the people using the old and discredited pretence should have sufficient originality to dress it up In new j
clothes. Thoroughly discredited as
lt has been by experience, it should
not be brought out from the lumbei' j
room of exploded humbugs.
The people are now warned against
tariff relief as they were warned
against responsible government on
the ground that it must weaken Brit- j
ish connection. But it should be possible to lead out the same humbug
without setting lt forth as a quotation from one of the old addresses.
The Mall and Empire should be able
to set forth the old bugaboo ln a new
form. Sir John Macdonald. whether
Innocently deceived or conscious of
the deception, had the wisdom to see
hls mistake and accept the principle
of  responsible  government  for  Can
ada, although he had warned the people against lt as a weakening of
British connection. If Mr. Borden
were equally wise he would see that
the same pretence about tariff relief
today Is not only as hollow and decep- j
tive but also as futile. That pretence
can no more serve the purpose of a
few organized middlemen today than
it could serve the purpose of a few
bureaucrats ln 1844. Deception and
trickery have always linked themselves with the highest and noble of
human aspirations. This is their only
hope of success or survival. The
personal designs of the reactionaries
were linked to the patriotism of the
Canadian people, and now the personal designs of a privileged class aro
linked deceptively to the same noble
aspiration. But the people see the
real Intention and purpose now as
clearly as they did in the days of the
bureaucracy. They cannot be deceived. They know that tariff relief
and the prosperity It will make possible will strengthen the British tie
as responsible government did when,
it triumphed over the forces of re-j
action.���Toronto Globe. i
Two Mew Catholic Churches.
Prince Rupert, Aug. 30.���As a re
suit of the long trip recently Into the
interior by Father Bunoz, prefect of
the Roman Catholic church, the erection of two new churches Is already
announced. One of these ls at Mor-
lcetown, which ls likely to become an
Important point on the railway because ot the valuable coal deposits In
the immediate neighborhood. Thi.-:
edifice ls to cost $2500. The other
church ls to be erected at Bablne, a
new mining town which will J>e connected with the main line dt the
Grand Trunk Paciflc by a branch
road. This church ls to cost $3000.
Plans for both were prepared by
Munroe & Latley.
Winnipeg Police Armed.
Winnipeg, Aug. 30.���At a recent
meeting of the pollce commission,
which was presided over by Alderman Adams, It was decided to order
siOadcfitional revolvers, so tbat the
police might be armed while parading
in districts where this was considered
necessary. Twenty-flve ot the guns
wlll be automatic Colts repeaters and
I the other 26 Colts positives. They
will be given to the men at the discretion of the chief oi police. Alderman Adams, chairman of the board,
notified his colleagues that he Intended to take an eastern trip, which
would ocoupy him severel weeks, and
Alderman Douglas was appointed to
act as chairman during iis absence.
Commissioner Adams will visit New
York and a number ot eastern cities.
Controlling Opium.
I London, Aug. 30.���A despatch to
the Times from Peking says the Chinese government with the assistance
of the British government. Is taking
measures to restrict the Importation
jof opium.    The entry   of uncertified
! Indian opium through Hong Kong is
permitted only ln limited quanlties,
and after Jan. 1, 1912, Persian opium
, will be excluded. No Indian opium ls
permitted to enter Manchuria, or th<��
provinces of Shansi or Szechuan.
Ontario Oat Crop Ruined.
Toronto,  Aug. 30.���From the most
reliable sources it is learned that the
Ontario oats crop is almost a complete  failure.
FOR 8ALE
FOR SALE���COSY NEW BUNGA
low; close to car; four large rooms,
bath, toilet; large pantry; full basement; well stocked kitchen; garden. Price $2750; easy terms.
Owner, 718 Seventh avenue, New
Westminster.
FOR SALE���600 CHOICE BUILD-
lng lots in New Westminster and
Burnaby. We will make special
terms and conditions,   to    anyone
, wishing to select lots for building
purposes, nnd arrange for grading
streets, etc.   Sea   our Westminster
, Heights addition, corner Eighth
avenue and Cumberland, with open
street*, water, electric light service,
etc. As soon as construction on
the new car line begins this property will double in value immediately. The Wright Investment Co.,
Ltd., 1116 Dominion Trust building,
Vancouver, 613 Columfcla street,
New Westminster.
FOR SALE���A FIRST CLASS WOOD
business; a going concern with flve
teams. Will sacrifice at net cost
of teams and wagons. Walsh Sash
A Door Co.   Phone 413.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���NICEL.Y FURNISHED
room, ���ulta.'bl* tor one or tw>
gentlemen. Opposite library, 703
Atones street.
FOR RENT���FURNISHED BED
rooms.   Apply 701 Agnes street.
TO RENT���OFFICE ROOM UP
stairs, Speck block, Columbia st.ea.
Apply to Alex. Speck, 743 Front
street. .   ,
TO      LET���NICELY      FURNISHED
rooms, centrally located.    Apply 3
Agnes street.    Phone L638.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
to rent, 319 Regina street, $22 a
month.
TO      RENT���SPLENDID      NEWLY
furnished   rooms  in Cliff  block, on
Sixth streel, one block from Colum-j
���bia street.   Apply the Misses Chapman, loom 2, third floor.
LOST.
LOST���LADY'S OBEN FACE GOLD
watch, between Sixtli and Seventh
avenues on Eleventh street.
LOST���A LADY'S OLD GOLD
brooch, on Saturday afternoon, al
the tennis courts, Koyal avenue, or
between there and the See House.
Finder will receive suitable reward
on returning same to this office.
TENDERS    FOR    SIXTH    AVENUE
SCHOOL.
Sealed  tenders,  superscribed  "Tenders   for   Sixtli  Avenue   School"  anJ
addiessed  to C.  K.  Davey,  Esq,, Stc-j
rotary     Xew     Westminster     School
trustees,   will   be   received   up    to   5i
f> p.  m. of Thursday, September   7,
Mil, for the erection and c .m, 1 jtbn:
of a Three Story School to be erec!eJ|
on  Sixth avenue,  New  Westminster,
Plans and specifications can bo ob
tained on application to the undersigned on receipt of a deposit of $10,
which will be refunded on the return of the plans. ICach tender must
be accompanied by an accepted hank
cheque or certificate of deposit on a
chartered bank in Canada, made payable to the Secretary of the New
Westminster School Board, for a sum
���equal to five (5) per cent of his tender, which shall be forfeited if the
I arty tendering decline to enter into
< mtract when called upon to do so
The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
Se returned to them upon the signing of the Contract.
The lowest or any tender not necea-
-saiily accepted.
GARDINER & MERGER,
.Architects  to   the   School   Trustees,
New West minster, li. C.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY  NEWS
IT HAS COME, BUT WE COULD NOT HELP IT; WE ARE IN DEBT
Forced to Raise Money!
WESTMINSTER
BARGAIN CLOTHING
HOUSE
607 Front 8treet.
$1.00 Shirts, now  ...,35c
The Westminster Bargain Clothing House forced to raise $6,000 for Creditors
THE  CLOTHING SENSATION OE THE DAY
The Westminster Bargain Clothing House
607 Front street.
Three doors from Sixth street.
forced to Raise Money!
WE8TMINSTER
BARGAIN CLOTHING
HOUSE
697 Front Street.
Men's Work and Dress
BootB. worth to $3. Sale
Price   01-25
ENTIRE STOCK SLAUGHTERED, BEGINNING TODAY AT 9 a.m. AND CONTINUING fROWl DAY TO DAY TjlL^MJlB
$15,000 WortlTo^^
Hats, Boots, Shoes, Jewelry, Etc.,
To be thrcrwn on the market for less than the wholesale cost of Material at the Westminster
Bargain Clothing House, 607 Front Street, beginning Thursday, at 9 a.m., and continuing
from day to day.   New Westminster's greatest merchandise event
Opens Thursday and continues from day to day, with bigger, belter and more startling bargains than mentioned here. A sale of supreme Importance to every man. woman and
child in this community who cares to reduce the cost of their living. Never before has a sale of such gigantic proportions pourel golden dollars Into the pockets of the bargain-
loving public. Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Boots and Shoes, etc., lo be outrageously slaughtered ln this great history-making merchandise cent. It wfll pay you to come miles
around to attend this gigantic Money Raising Sale which opens Thursday at 9 a.m., at Westminster Bargain Clothing House, 607 Front Street, just three doors from Sixth Street.
Below we quote only a few of the extraordinary bargains that prevail here. COME. Remember the stock is brand new dependable merchandise that you buy with the guarantee that it is exactly as represented, or same can be exchanged or money refunded.
(0
LOOK
Clothing Butchered
Fine Suit of Men's or, Youth's Clothes, all to
match $3.95
These suits are positively worth $7.50 to
Jio.oo, or your money refunded any time during
sale.
A flne Suit of Men's or Youth's Clothes, all lo
tch; positively worth to $12.00, or your money re.
funded at   any time during sale $5.95
Men's Suits, in high grade dark silk mixed Che-
viotB, best for business wear; regular price to
$15.00.     Sal  price    $6.85
Not what we say here, but the value themselves
Will shout the loudest for this sale; values like
these $18.0 > pure Silk and Worste 1 Suits, hundreds of t lem included, and moi>ey back for
garments rturned.   Prices to $18. Sale price $9-95
Handsome Black ThihetB and unfinished Woi-
sted Suits Richfield Hrown and Brown stripes,
suits that sell everywhere at $20.00. Sale prlc)
 , 10.95
Particularly in this grade of Suits we have tho
greatest a trplus. Here we hail prepared a line
of which w.j are truly proud. Picture to yourself a handsome Serge, Lined Worsted or Silk
Mixed Twe;d Suit, perfectly tailored. It seems
a pitv to sell   them   so  low;   regular   $25.00   to
$30.00>   Sale price   $12.95 to $14.95
Men's Pants, worth $2.50.   Now   95c
Men's Pure Worsted Pants, in grey stripes and
plain shapes, for dress wear; regular price tn
$3.50.   Now $1.45
Men's Pure Worsted Trousers, worth $4.00 and
$3.00; made In the up-to-date styles and costliest worsteds, fancy stripes and checks. Sn'>
price    $2.45
READ
Men's Furnishings
Slaughtered
Men's   Shirts, price 75c to $1.00, Sale price -.35c
Men's Shirts, white and fancy patterns; price
$1.50 and $2.00.    Sale price    95c
Men's Underwear, worth 60c and 75c. Sal.;
price   25c
Men's Cotton Hose, worth 10c and 15c. Sale
price      5c
Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs, hemstitched
white or fancy border; woith 10c to 25c. Sale
price   3 for 10c
Wool Underwear, worth up to $1.50. Sale
price    65c
Silk Ties,   worth 50c.    Sale price 15c
Men's  Wool Sox, worth 50c.   Sale price  20c
Suspenders, worth 25c and 35c. Sale price      10c
Men's Fancy Hose, all colors, worth to 25o.
Now    10c
(���loves,   75c to $1.00 values.    Now   35c
Tie?, all co'ors, worth 25c.    Sale price   5c
Sweaters and Sweater Coats, worth to $3.00.
Now    ., 95c
Ladles'   Ho^e, worth 15c to 25c. Sale price ...5c
REALIZE
Boots and Shoes
Almost   Given   Away
Men's Boots, every pair guaranteed for good
wear. Many of this lot are worth $1.00.
Now    $1,29
Men's Boots for business wear that mean service and comfort. All the newest shapes; worth
$3.50.      Now $1.75
Men's Fine Boots; made from selected calfskin
and vici kid; the best workmanship and finish,
famous McKay sewed; every pair guaranteed
and actually worth up to $4.00.   Now  5L9j
Here Is the greatest chance In the sale for
$2.85. We offer the best boot In Canada for the
price, certainly equal to any $4.50 and $6,00
make; latest toes and backstays; made from
colt skin,   willow calf and vici kid.   At $2.85
Men's Flaest Dress Boots; all sizes; styles and
leathers; worth as high asj{7.00. Forced sale
price   $3.95
Hats and Caps Sacrificed
$1.50 and $2.00 Straw Hats  45c
Soft and Hard Hats, worth $2.50.   Now  95c
$3.00 and $3.50 Hats.   Now  $1.45
Men's fine.it Dress Hats; worth $3.50 and $4.00.
Now       ..$1.95
50c Caps.    Now    15c
Overcoats and Raincoats
An enormous Btock to select from, worth $10.00
to $30.00.    Now $3.95 to $12.95
0)
(0
Men's and
Youth's Suits
for everyday
wear, worth
$7.50 to $10;
Forced Sale
Price.. .$3.95
GREAT FORCED   SALE
607 Front Street.
Off the High Rent Street.
One block south of Post Office.     Come, 25 Extra Salespeople will be here.    Three doors from Sixth street.
Men's Finest
Dress Suits in
all the popular colors,
hand tailored
throughout;
worth $35.00,
Saleprice$16.95 THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
10ARD OP TRADE-NEW WfcJbT-
minster Board of Trade meet* la tn��
board room. City Hall, m follows:
Third Thursday of eacb month;
quarterly meeting on tbe intra
Thursday ot February, May, August
and November, at o p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly bmU.h. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Cawdiw Northern Steamships, Ltd.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of thii lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eightli streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend.    C. J.  Purvis, NG.;  W.
C. Coatham, P. G. recording secre-t
tary;  R. Purdy, financial secretary.
PROpeastoNAk
J. 8TILWELL CLUTE, barrleter-at-
Iaw, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Weatmlnster, B. C. P. 0. Box 112. Telephone 710.
THE ROYAL UNE
MONTREAI QUEBEC.
TO BRI8TOL, ENGLAND
Shortest Route to London on 12,000
Ton Floating Palaces.
Next  Sailings  from   Montreal:
ROYAL EDWARD  SEPT. 6
ROYAL GEORGE  SEPT. 20
ROYAL EDWARD  OCT. 4
ROYAL GEORGE  OCT. 18
ROYAL EDWARD  NOV. 1
ROYAL GEORGE NOV. 1%
Ratea of Passage:
1st Class, $92.50, and upwards.
2nd Claas, 953.75, and upwards.
3rd Claas, Bristol or London. $31.26
Further information from Ed Goulet, C. P. R. Agent, or write
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
Could Not Bunco
This Man
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE A
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver at
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C Wade. K. C.
A. Whealler, W. O. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
Btreet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
ENGLISH LABOR WAR
PRESENTS NEW PHASE
Worthless Medicines
l*or Up-to-date
RINTING
P
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of Joo
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
FI8H   AND GAME.
AYLING & SWAIN, FISH, FHUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot Montreal.
H   J   A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
*,   'Accountant.      Tel.    R 128.    Room
Trapp block.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3% to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Aganta
Westminster Iron Works
Phons  53.
Tenth  St.,  New Westminster.
V J
FEATURES OF CONFLICT BETWEEN ORGANIZED AUTHORITY AND LABORER8 8HOWS
GROWTH     OF     NEW     8PIRIT.
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, husiness letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 41B. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
NEW
MAIL
F. G. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B. C.
Crookstairs, Ont.
National Drug Co. of Canada,
Limited.
Please read the following carefully,
"I was pestered last week with a travelling agent who said he had beard
that I was troubled with Rheumatism.
I told him I had been and he wanted to
sell me some other medicine. I answered
that I was taking GIN PILLS, the
only medicine that did me auy good.
I told bim that I had tried various
other medicines but none had done me
any good but GIN PILLS and that I
always kept a box in the house. GIN
PILLS have done me more good than
any other medicine I bave ever taken.
You are at full liberty to use this letter
for tbe benefit of all concerned."
Joseph Stevenson.
Don't be imposed upon. Don't accept
substitutes. If your dealer won't supply
you with GIN PILLS, at the regular
retail price of 50c. a box, 6 for J2.50,
send direct to us. Sample box free if yoa
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.
London, Aug. 30.���Tbe latest phase
of the labor war through which England and Scotland have passed differ
in some important  respects from all
its   predecessors.     It   has   a    wide
scope,    it    breaks    practically    na*
ground;  there are many different interests involved in it, and   tbe issues
are  Consequently   very   complex.    In
one sense it is an international' light,
as Atlantic liners cannot be tied up
In London or Liverpool without a reflex  action  on  American   posts.      It
will* be  remembered  that the  Liverpool dispute had to be settle! at once
In order to allow tbe White Star anJ
Canadian   Paciflc   steamships   to   get
away.    These companies  yielded   to
fhe strikers and  cynically added thc
cost  of  tbe  surrender to  their  first
and second class passenger faies.
Strikers   Successful.
That   was  an   unexpected   triumph
for  the   strike   leaders,   who    raised
their pretensions accordingly.    It enabled them to put up a si Iff er  flght
than they could otherwise have! done
at Glasgow, and the other mutinous
ports.    Worse  than  that,  lt  encouraged London dockers and lightermen'
to come out���a  thing they  had  not i
��� been thinking of before.        Now we |
I have all the Thames in a atat? of revolt.    Dockers,   carmen   and   lightermen have broken looEe one after the
other.    The-railway'men threaten to
follow   and  there  is  no  saying  how
many more varieties of militant lator-
ers may take the field.
There   Is  grim  humor  as   well   as
tragedy in the movement. The men's
WESTMINSTER	
8ERVICE
Jim* ��� Time
of of
Arrival; Closing:
it* 0�����United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday) .23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B, C. E. R.
Idatiy except Sunday).. 8.00
12:00- Vancouver via. B. C. E. B-
(daily   except   Sunday). .11:16
18:00���Vaneouver via B. C. E. R.
(d*Mr ewcept Sunday)..16:00
8:00��� VtoMa via B. C.  E.  R.
MeMr accept Sunday).. 8: 0d
13:00���VMMN   via  B.  0.   W.   It-
(daflr encept Sunday).11:16
7:30��� Unite* State* via G. N. R.
ItSUt) *tcept Sunday). .  9 46
16:15���United Statea via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..16:00
10:18���All   points east  and   Europe   (daily)  8:30
22:30��� All  peints  east  and  Europe   (dally)    14:00
10:18���Sapperton     and    FraBer
Mills      (daily     except
Sunday)        8:30
80:00���Sapperton     and     Fraaer
mills      (daily     except
Sunday)       14:00
10:48���Coquitlam    (dally  except
Sunday)        8:30
13:00���Central    Park    and   Edmonds     'dally    except
Snnflay)      11.16
1400���East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Timberland (Tuesd.iy and
Friday)    13:30
10:30-'-BamBton Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,       Wednesday
������        and   Friday    14:30
-Lai'ticr.     Porl     Guichon,
Westham    Island,  Burr
Villa       14:30
-Annleville.   Sunhuiy tdally
except Sunday) 14:30
10:00���Woodwinds (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    14:30
Down    River    Mall    on    Saturday
closes at 13:30.
10:60���Vancouver,   Piper's   Sld-
in��     via     G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:21-
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   (daily  ex-
(dally except Sunday) .14:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday.   Friday   and   Sat-
day       .- 14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake idaily except Sunday  16:0f
10:00���Abbotsford, Mats-qui. Huntington, etc. (dally except  Sunday)    23:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (daily    except
Sunday)  9:46
IB: 16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
unlay  	
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehmaa, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Uoper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. C. E. It. (daily
evcept Sunday)     8:30
16:60���Chilliwack, Cloverdale
and Abbotsford via B.
C. E. R. (dally except
Sunday) 17:30
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH MAYERS
Phons 105.     P. O. Box 346.       |
Office, Front 8L, Foot of Sixth,    j
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 lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles north of T. L. 916 on
the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, th.encesouth
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 89 chains to the point o!
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAiGE,
O'Gerle, Agent
Date June 6, 1911.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root  Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Water;
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:   Princess Si
NEW WESTMLNSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that I. James
Fergus O'Connor Wood, of North Vancouver, oc i ; .it'lon merchant, intend
to apply loi permission to purchase
the follow!-1.'  described lands:
Commen' Ing at a post planted
about three miles north of T. L. 916
on the west shore of Haslam Lake,
tbence r.;irt'.i 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, theuce south 80 chain3.
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commence mei.t and containing 040
acre* uiore or less.
TAMES TLitGUS O'CONNOR WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
10:00-
10:00-
Wes tminster
Transfer Co.
�����ce 'Pbone lib.      Barn 'Pbone l��
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   ;���
any part of tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
oi*rice���roAM ospnt
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN
THE  DA11.V  NEWS.
Martin-Senour
MXK Pure Paint
which we fruAmnteft to b�� Par*
Whll,i Lead, Pare Oxide of Zinc, aud
Pure MnnfMMl OU, with of course tbe
necessary colortoff infrmiientc and
dryers. Now to be entlreJy truthful,
they do make a few dark abades
that cannot be produced from lead
and tine. C����me Id tbe store aud we
wiu show them to you- but every
other color Im positively and nheo*
lutely 10O per cent Pure 1'nlift,
and not a drop of adulteration or
substitution la mixed u.
We recommend this excellent
brand to all our friends and custom-
era. Another ffood point is that two
gallons of this paint covers aa much
space aa three gallons of tbe filled
palnta.
We have color carda showing nil
the colors and abadea made. Krs*
for tbe asking.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
leaders, being  comparatively  reasonable, and having a certain amount 0!
Intelligence,   make   the  best   bargain
they  can  with the employers.   Then 1
they submit the agreement, "signed, |
sealed   and   delivered,"   to   a   mass
meeting of the men.   The chances are
ten to one that lt will be indignantly I
refused, or that if accepted lt will not
be observed for more than a day or
' t^o.   As soon as the men go to work'
under it. som3 clever sea lawyer fools
them   hy   discovering  a  flaw  in  the.
agreement, and out they march again, j
The   regular   leaders,   in   order   to
save their skins, have to go cne bet-1
ter  than  the  sfea  lawyer,  and   keep
ahead of him lf they can^   They go
to the employers and   say   they are i
very sorry, but the men have to go
out of hand, and, like Oliver Twist,
are   demanding   more. Will   the   employers be good enough to reopen negotiations and make a few more concessions? j
Put "Down Tools."
In some cases the employers have
had the courage to refuse to be trifle I
with ani then the strikers start out
to make as much mischief as they
can. They picket every factory, mid
and .workshon in the neighborhood.
They, march ln gangs all round absut,
and whenever they see men and worn- j
en at work they order them to. lay
"down tools." They stop street cars
and upset them lf playfully Incline!.
They enter Bhops and help themselves. They forbid millers to supply
flour to bakei s and bakers to send ou:
bread to their customers. Their ambition ls to bring everything to a
standstill and have all the streets to
themselves and their natural enem-
1 ies, the police.
I General   Tie-Up.
I    They actually achieved this height
1 ot happiness at Manchester, but thev
I have   not  attempted  it   yet   on   the
Thames.    Tbe  London   dockers  may
be   fainter-hearted   than   the    Lancashire carters, or they may be a little
less  reckless,  but  so  far  there  bas
heen no rioting on the docks.   It may
be that there are too many different
sections  of  them   to  work  together,
wonderfully   divided.     The   port   authority which a year or two ago took
the place of the dock companies, has
only the inward cargoes to handle. It
discharges them, dispatches  what ts
to  go  direct  to  the  consignees and
, warehouses  what  ls to  be  held  for
I future delivery.   It has its own work-
I ing staff, who,  since  188'9���the  year
of   the   John   Burns   campaign���have
been   for  the   most   part   on    fixed
wages.   The casuals were until lately
paid  the "tanner"    or    sixpence    an
hour which Mr. Burns helped to get
for them.
,     While the port authority, or, as you
i might call it in New York, the dock
the   shipowners  keep  the  more   important work of loading them ln their
j own  hands.      Some of  them   do   it
'through   contractors,   but   generally
they liave their own men.   As loading
a ship is more skilled work than unloading   It,   shipowners'   men    have
hitherto been paid a penny an hoar
more than the ordinary dockers. Thel
there  are  the  lightermen,  who  pole
huge pre-hlstorlc barges up and down
. the  river.    They   are  Interesting, if
\ not  picturesque,  survivals   of. Sa������i
times who live up to their nickname
of "Queen Boadlcea's boatmen/* They
think not a little of themaelves. and
have a very close corporation, thanks
to which they are relatively wall paid.
Nevertheless,  they  have  seen  flt,. to
join  in the  universal   upheaval, and
they have already extorted from the
owners of the lighters an offer of 0
pelice ner week raise.
All Want That Extra Penny.
It was the "tanner an hour" men
who came out flrst. Fired by the success of the Liverpool, Manchester,
Hull and Glasgow dockers, they drew
up a big program and took to the
streets with it. After various conferences with the port authority, the
shipowners and the wharfingers on
the river, they were settled with by
granting them about one-half of their
demands, the chief concession traing
an extra penny an hour. Then the
usual complications began. The shipowners' men, who consider themselves a peg or two above the dockers, then put in a claim for an extra
penny an hour.
WEATHER FORECASTING
HOW THE EXPERTS KEEP AM
EYE ON THE PRESSURE.
A
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
LABOR DAY
Excursions
Between all Local Points.
One Way Fare
and One-Third
for the round trip. Tickets on aale
1, 2, 3 and 4. Good to return up to
and Including September 0.   Apply
ED. GOULET, Agent.
New Westminster.
9:46
What$10WillDc
JUST SIT DOWN AND THINK THIS OVER :
Ten Dollars down will furnish your spare bedroom. Rent it for $10 a month; ln three months the
furniture will lie paid for, you then have an extra furnished room that your roomer has paid for and an
extra $10 a month coming in as long as you wish.
That's the way to get a start; no need to scrape along while Denny & Ross are here���we can help
you.   Just think how the extra $10 a month coming ln wlll reduce your rent.
We Furnish a Bedroom Complete for $28.75
$10 down; balance as the rent of your room comes in
Furniture consists of bed, spring, mattress, reversible floor rug, dresser and wash stand, pair of pillows, pair of white sheets, pair of blankets, one comforter, one white spread, two pillow slips, curtain pol?,
inane
window ehade, pair lace curtains.
isMBUi
Outfit Complete for $28.75
Choice Beef, Mutton,
lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL d ODDY
Corner Eighth 8t. and Fifth Avanue
PHONE 37a
Denny & Ross
"Wc Treat You Right"
43, 45, 47 Sixth St., New Westminster.
Phone 588
CASH OR CREDIT
-*���:%< ran ^ '*2. .:*4i*KV����fc*fc
Meteorological Bureau Men In Toronto Let Nothing Escape Them In
Their Effort to Solve the Mystery
of Whether or No It Will Rain or
Scorch the Land���Reports Sent In
From All Ove- the Continent.
In a big, grey building on Blooe
Street, in Toronto, git a score of physicists, chemists, photographers and
astronomers. They are the men whose
daily business it is to tell a continent
what is going to happen next in the*
drama of weather. To these men,
day after day, hot over the wire*
���airing the Meteorological" Building',
tick raports of the most universal and
iuctuating stock in the world, says
Donald B. Sinclair in the Canadian
Courier.
i    Back on the Canadian farm in ths
early days there   wag   sure   to   be a
chap,   who had a name   for   sorcerjr
because of the accuracy of his weather   predictions.   He   wss   a   famous
rural character.   He claimed that he
could tell whether it was going to be
a fine day for plouching by tha way
the chickens ran   through   the   yar<J
and held   their   tails.   The strangest
part of it   was   that   people   trusted
nnd believe him; and conductsd their
menage   accordingly.     But   mention
the methods of rural prophecy to the
modern weatlier-man���a smooth-faced
young citizen, a science graduate of
the   university, expert   at   tinkering
with  giant telescopes with which he
observes  the   passage of   the   stars;
bnrom ters for  measuring   the   pressure of the atmosphere on our heads;
delicate clocks which never run down,
and by which   he sets   the   pace for
hundreds _of   clocks   throughout   tha
Dominion.    He   will   quietly   laugh;
but not in n high-brow, superior sort
of  way; for ho  admits that like the
old-fashioned    weather    prophets,  hisl
predictions  are often wrong, too.
1    To     ths      scientific     investigator,
weifther to-day is almost as much of
a mystery as it Was to the odd youth
buck on the' farm,  who had enough
poetry  in  his  make-up   to  speculat**
about it.    It does not seem to want
to   settle  down  and  be   nationalized
nnd    unified   lik'��    Doukhobors,   and
Slavs   and    Galicians.    When,   three?
i weeks ago, you  could fry an egg on
lhe pavement in Toronto, you had to   '
wear   an  overcoat  in   Edmonton.    Tt
d.fies  International  laws    and   boundaries.    You cannot keen it out by a
duty���or we would   never   have   imported that hot wave of famous memory  from   Uncle   8am.     Often   it  gets-
marked down  to  bargain  prices  arid
(here is a weather glut on the market
of   the kind   you   least   expect   and
don't want.   Weather   seems   to   fail,
-impartially   upon   tha   just   and   the
Unjust; upon the millionaire with  a.
elirich on the stock market, or a shot*
tirl with one suit a year, and the sky
eloudy -, the fisherman   in   his   dary
treaking out  cl  Sydney  harbor  way
iown in Scotia; the swarthy lumber-
lack, pulling on his sweater up in the
Ontario  woods;  th?    prairie    farmer,
watch.'ng the  dew  glistening on   his
seas of No. 1 hard in the early morning  sun;  the   trailsman    among   the
muskegs of the Mackenzie.
One thine science has taught about
what we call weather. Appearances
I are dec iving. The agile, clean- *���,
I shaven y nig man who in a perfectly business-like manner at the
Meteorological Service Building writea
out a forecast for the wheat country
about Melville, Saskatchewan, never
dances skywards. Whether the moon
has a ring around it, or how many
stars muy be inside the ring, is *
matter of small concern to him; except that he tries to explain the
movements which produce such
phenomena as sun-do;:s, moon-rings,
dry-weather haze and so forth.
| Weather is the condition of the
atmosphere in a certain region at a:
certain time. Often it is fickle, cap-
ricous, moody and inconstant���to*
those who know nothing scientifically
j about it. But to the weather-man,;
the How of the earth's atmosphere ini
what he calls its "definite currents'*
presents a mechanism of marvellous
intricacy and beauty. The only way
you can appreciate his understanding
and sympathy toward weather is te* ,
talk it over with him. The othe>r day^
I came across him at the Meteorological Building in Toronto, telepram in
one hand, tracing -lines with his
other ovur a- large map scored with a.
network of rid. !
"How do I forecast the weather?
Why the weather works almost according to law; it's monotonous
when you ijet to know it," he announced, pointing to the map.
"There's   the  Eastern   hemisphere',
there's the West -rn.    You see !   Now
in each   hemisphere   are found   two        \
principal zones of atmospheric action:
a  zone  within  and just   outside"  the-
tropics, where the  trade  winds  blow
with   remarkable   persistency   in  one
direction,  and a zona in the middle
latitudes, where   the   general   move-       *
ment of the atmosphere is from westward to eastward.    It is within and.
with this   easterly drift   that storms--
pass  across  Canada.    Generally   you
will    notice    that    weather    changes
comp from the westward.    The main
pr.rt c*  ths   forecasting   is   to  keei>
track  of  these  zones.    We have  got
instruments    and   equipment   to   do
that.    We receivo   daily   telegraphic-
reports in this central Toronto-office.
at the same time   from   branch stations   from  Dawson  City  to  Halifax
and  from  Maine  to  California.    We-
know all about the atmospheric pressure,  the  temperature,  the direction-       !
and  velocity  of   the  wind    in  every
cranny of the continent.    If the barometer reading shows low pressure in
a certain district, we know that more
air is needed there.   From the highest
pressure  district,  to  this  spot,  there
wiil be a rush of air.   By close attention to our maps and instruments, w��j
can gauge the extent of the country
to    be   affected   by    the   movement.
That's weather prediction.'" PAGE FOUR
SHE DAILY NEW*
THUMDAY, AUGUST 31, 19lT.
The Paily News
Published by The Dally News Publish-
Ibk Company, Limited, at their offlces,
writer   ot   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
fc A. Paige Managing Director
abuse of opponents were resented at,
Murray vllle." j
The above is (iuoted,,JroJ|fc a report!
or  rather  an  animadvtwfcfea,    osten-'
sibly having to do with Mr. Oliver's
Meeting  at  Murray vllle   on   Monday
THURSDAY, AUGUST 81; 1911.
POSITION,
PREMIER     McBRIDE'S
John Oliver, the Liberal candidate
bu long enjoyed the reputation of
being a potent force in political^-
ten. and a hard-hitter. He certainly
delivered a telling blow at Premier
night. That it appears in the Colum- street,
bian ls perhaps sufficient to explain
It's Inaccuracy and It's tone. It Is almost needless to say that every statement contained ih lt ls absolutely Incorrect. Mr. Taylor, who Is apparently responsible for t,hls toplish stuff,
has either drawn upon Ww Imagination or suffered through the misrepresentations of misguided friends. If
he must comment uppft Mr, Oliver's
meetings he should either have an accurate record before htm* oK'httend
them himBeir as he has been cordially
invited to do.
MRS. R. G. HILL
Presiding    examiner    for    Queen's'
University, Ont.. instructs in German,
French and Music.    Translations and
correspondence  executed.    Pupils  re- '���
assemble September 1.    116 Seventh |
NOTICE
McBride at the Murray's Corner meeting  the  other  night,  w
Cosy Bungalow
Strictly modern
Five rooms
For the past forty years, In   fact:
throughout the whole history of the j tSeaUtllUl   LOCatlOll
country, Canada has traded more ex- j #
hen   dealing ten8lVely with the United fetateg than jfl    VV CSt*    EjYIQ.   TlQfrY
,*,  in,,  stateman's assertion   that with any other country.    That trade
with that statemans I has   grown    consistently    with   the
^procity would MMlJQ, ^ of Canad, *B8^es.re for
^tural resources out 0f the country ( ^ but ^ - contrary fee,.
tor manufacture in the ?nit*l BUM* J ^ accompanled thlB trade reia-
Tbe natural resources ot BrltHJUmuflg��ng |g a >utflatf|il!'IBtW to the
������hla are olaced tn the oare. of the ��� nt   ^ any  ,dea- o{  annexa.
Tenders for Electric Light and Belle.
Sealed tenders, superscribed "Tenders for Electric Lighting, etc.. of Sapperton and Sixth Avenue Schools," re
spectively, and addressed to C. E.
Davey, Esq.. secretary New Westminster School Trustees, will be received
up to 5 p.m. of Thursday, September
th, 1911, for an electric light and
bell Installation of proposed schools
j at Sapperton and Sixth Avenue.
| Tenderers to state clearly to which
; school they refer to, or lf to hot*
schools.
Plans and specifications can be ob-
', tained on application to the under-
1 signed on receipt of u deposit of
i $10.00, which will be refunded on the
1 return of the plans.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
GARDINER & MERCER, M.S.A.,
Architects to the School Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C.
Good Buys in
.iimbia are placed
provincial  government,  but��M**,<M* .    -^ ^ ^ recIproWtrtn- trade,
Bride's      administration      has.     nnt
��crupled to deal with these'
that Is greatly
tt
to the advantage of
Has   Great   Britain   weakened   her
the United States and a det^n^nt, to national eonsclousness^.-teepipg her
this province. In this connection doorg open t0 the trade ot \|e Wrld?
Mr. Oliver alluded to the (Jeal sane-, ,,  KBMnWW
Will patriotism wane m'Canada because our trade with   a neighborlnj
Twelfth street.
FOURTH AVENUE ��� Cleared lot;
house 10x16; good well of water.
Price $900, one-third cash, balance
6 and 12 mouths.
THIS IS YOURS
If you act quickly
Sunburn
and Tan
NEAR CITY���Just outaMe e'ty limits
from Twentieth street; five fine
lots, from $350 each; one-quarter
cash, balance 6, 12' and 18 months.
.ada
�����ricans and is being entirety,shipped   people  Increases?
to the United States.   The*-
to the deal sane
tioned by the government at. Victoria
shereby the valuable Iron ore on Tex-
Island has been secured by Ani-
ely ship
e'-HttJl&r ie-
sources of this province havte been
and aTe being dealt with in a,.jfery
similar way. Thousands of acres
bave been obtained by American syndicates and capitalists at a merely
nominal price and the proluct shipped south.   The sum total   of these
Larger Market Needed.
Those who use loyalty.. arKument
against reciprocity argument-may be
sincere but they fre. unylge.. Canada
needs to look after lat-gei- markets
for her rapidly Increasing production
of wheat. If Western Canada produces   175,000,000   bushels   this   year
Must disappear if
Price Only $2900 some^s
SEE Dermol Cream
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Corner Columbia and Eighth Streets.
Bank of Vancouver Block.
*imher deals has made an attractive that should provide not less than 100 -
timber aeais """ ��� 000,000 bushels for export Where will
showing in the finances of ����'*�� lt g0, chlefly to-Grt*pBrtt*ii. But
ernment, but the figures nevertheless ^ market |n the British isles is Hm-
represent the bartered .rights of the )ted and for gome years recently the
oeoDle Premier McBride is there- motherland has Imported from 150 to
toe one of the last persons who 200 million bushels a year. It Ib ap-
fore one oi uie �� i��= �����_,.�� parent that In five years' time Can-
should venture to talk about aitenai- a(Ja a,one wln be able tQ gupply the
ing the natural resources of British  British market.    But thejr^,*ip com-
���Columbla. f  i 7       Ipeting producers for. that Itarkgt, and
Other members of the Conservative  Argentina   Russia attd^ lUtttaT India
party   have   been   busy
.thai,   reciprocity   means
irosperlty of Canada,
ridiculous,   because   the
in asserting
tapping the
The idea is
removal of
the existing barriers to f ree* Cdfflttw-
<4al intercourse must bring about increased prosperity tor tbe Dominion-
Our trade with the l'nited States, o*-
inj? to the proximity and the requirements ot them and ourselves, for tho
are all doing thei? share* ,ft Wj/9 the
12  chief  wheat   exporting   countries
shipped   out   a   total ��<Jf<'9M',*44,899 J
bushels and to which  sum  Canadian
exports added  49,7-11.350 bushels.  Assuming  that  worUli MRMrtM a*U- this
year be  about the same, is tt not a,
startous   tiuestion   for   Canadians   to
face?   What are we going to do with I
all the wheat which may "be produced
on these western prairtep;la the years
to  come?    lf  this  yeai'  Canada   will
have about a fourth of all the export
Today's List:
PRINCESS STREET���Full sized lot,
cleared, facing south. Price $850;
one-third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
I guarantee that ft Is In no respect
harmful to the most sensative skin,
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.
New
32 Sixth Street.
Westminster.  B.C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       *TMOO,000.00
RE8ERVE       . TaySOO^OO.OO
Branches throughout    Canada    rnd
[Newfoundland,  ana  In   Loadon.   Eng-
    hud, New York, Ch<<ago and Spokane,'i
[O.8.A., and  Mexico City.    A  general
corner hanking    business    transacted.     Let
Iters of Credit Issued,   available   with
on Fourth avenue and First street; |correspondents In    all    parts of    thc
THREE PINE LOTS ON STRIDE
avenue���opeot streets; IMS each;
one-quarter ctfsfc, balance C, 12 and
18 months.
NEAR EDMONDS���One lot 66xf20,
for only $500; one-quarter cash
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
FOURTH AVENUE���Five reemed
modern bungalow; bath, toilet,. ��T��e-
trlc light; let all cleared and
fenced. Price $2r>25: small cash
payment, balance as rrnt.
FIVE HIGH DRY LOTS���On Sixth
avenue; $575 each; $250 cash* balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
FIFTH AVENUE���Two lotn fSW
each; one-thlrt cash, balance-6; li
and 18 months.
We have
Cash
To Purchase
Approved
Agreements
of Sale
Off  THOTE'MTIES
WHICH A.HE JiOT
MO'RTCA.CmiS
PROMPT ATTEIW10N
Dow,Fraser&Co.JLtd.
EDMONDS STATION���Lots CTxtOT
feet. Price only $1000; one-thlM
cash, balance ��, 12 and 18 months.
This lot will rapidly Increase In
value with the improvements goih,5
on in this particular locality.
OPEN 7 TO 9 TONIGHT.
FOURTH    AVENUE���Double
a  flne  building  proposition.
interchange  of   the  natural   products   wheat,  what  position  will  this  coun-
of each, is large, while thg desire to  try lie in, say in 1920?
increase that trade is as easily tinder- "  ~"
stood as would be the efforts of \*0
merchants In different countries doing business together and enlarging
.their mutual commercial interests.
It Canadians are selling, say a hundred million dollars' worth across the
border now, they will surely reap an
advantage when that is increased to
cne hundred and flfty million dollars
worth. It ts ridiculous to suppose
ihat traders woalj send any of their
goods across the line without an advantage In doln bo. Thus our neighbors would gi\e us fifty nijllion dollars for the extra exiort. and the increased sale and the increased profit
would give Canadians so much more
wealth to distribute in indusrial
works and among the workers.
ft is no less foolish to attempt to
���argue that by purchasing such articles as we absolutely require from
the l'nited States at a cheaper rate
J.ban at present, we should suffer in-
,-dluad X'f benefit by the change.' Theso
fhlng3 are so apparent that some of
)!;- Conservatives ate trying to
i.tte-.r ;.hen their weak-kneed propdfl-
StVt a ' y creating a scare over America'* rickety financial and commercial
position. The attempts tbat are be-
ins made to show that the Unite!
'.S��ates is on the verge of ruin and
must have recourse to Canada's resources to restore her vitality is
iibom on a par with the argument
which was put forth to show that
Croat Britain's trade was declining
when the electorate there refused to
vote for tariff reform. This assertion
lias been repeatedly made in the face
of rapidly mounting trade figures. The
free trade policy of England is, as we
havo already said, the b;isls of her
present day strength and vitality. If
by reciprocity we can increase our
iraile it is certain that the content
���;nd prosperity following would never
diminish the loyalty we give the
mother country for the freedom and
strong protection she assures,
King   Alfonso   Plays   Polo.
London, Aug. 30.���In a polo game at
Katon ball, King Alfonso of Spain,
scored   two   points   for' The   wimrlng
���in, and the Marquis de Viana had
three  teeth  knocked out.
Price world
Savings Bank DspsrtmeiM���Deposits
$3000; one-third cash, balance 6 anj I rece|ved  ln  sums ot  $1  un* upward.
12 months. \ku6 interest allowel at 3 par eent. per
' I annum  (present r��te).
 1���-'    Total  Assets  over  IIW.MO.OOO.OO
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Peoples Trust Co
431 Columbia ^T^^ Telephone 66ft
-REA.L.   ESTATE A*J*1T>
TlttE 1MSUHA.JICE
4- TEH CE/HT. 1/iTEH-
EST Off VETOSITS.
SU-BJECT TO CHEQUE
CXEVITEV MOJtfTtMLy
317-321 Cambie St.
Vancouver, B.C,
WEST END���Three fine lots near
Eighteenth street. Price $2600.
one-third cash, balance 8, 12 and IS
months.
Splendid Ovations
Everywhere lie Goes
(Continued from Page One.)
or 'in national consciousness had Canadians approached the strong position they occupy today. And yet no
desire for annexation had grown out
of the trade relationship maintained
by the government of those ear.y
days. It was sheer folly'td say that,
because international trade might be
further enlarged���it was very large
now in spite of the duties���that the
annexation feeling was to follow because of that Increase. If tliere was
no annexation fealing, with our trade
with the United States representing
$:;:.s,ooo,ooo as it was today, he challenged the logic of assuming that
such a feeling would aiise from any
enlargement of that trade which the
removal of tariff obstacle migbt, bring
about, ln on breath tbe opposition
argument was that reciprocity would
work disastrously toward Canadian
tiade. in the next, tbey pictured it
as so seductively beneficial that Canada would be transported out of her
ns tional consciousness nnd her Hritish connection because of it. Ile believed that the people ot Delta and of
Canada iis a whole, would set their
seal of disapproval of such tactics
and  argument  on election  day.
Mr. Thos. Foster, who in past years
opposed Mr. Oliver as a candidate for
political honors, on the Conservative
side, was heard to fiood advantage at
both meetings. In touching upon his
attitude in the present campaign Mr.
Foster remarked that when it cam"
to a choice between a really good and
a really bad policy he would stand for
the good policy every.time.
TENTH AVENUE���Between Sixth
and Eighth stieets, building lots,
all cleared. These are money
makers. Price $4r>0 to $800; one
quarter cash, balance H, 12, IS and
24 months.
EDMONDS STATION���Lots in block,
$150 to $476 each. These are in
the locality that is moving. Sec
us at once.
EAST   END���Full   sized   lots   at
each.    These will not last long
$375
BUpjML
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Cartet<:othm BUc
Phone Seymour 767fc.
or  Phone 324,
New Wes-bninstef.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt ls tbe stuff that tb* foundations of wealth aad happiness are built ot.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now and to invest for what shall be needed ln tke future.   Money cannot be Invested untll lt Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2.000,MK).     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR. General Manager D. R. DONLEY. Local Manager.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone  696.
622  Columbia   street.
Our Rimless
Glasses Please
the Particular.
They are ntle<] be.
comlnglf to the feat,
ures of tfach patron.
The finish of our
��� pectftcleware Is faultier, the Sl perfect.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
'���'He was heckled from start to fin-
i
ish, his most unsparing critics being
former   supporters   who    view    with
amazement   his  change  of  role   from
that   of  the   former's   friends   to  the
most   uncompromising  enemy   of  the -
apricultural   and   horticultural    inter-,
justs.    Not only his arguments but his
Appointment of Collector.
Applications for the position o" Collector will be received by the undersigned  un to noon on  Saturday, September 2nd inst.
Salary ?S5 per nv.mth.
W. GRIFFITHS.
Comptroller.
Edmonds. B.C., August LOth, 1911,
W. GIFFORD
Graduate Optician
With T. tllHorii, Jeweler
New Westminster, B.C,
PASSAGE &TOMLIN
Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver, B. C. -   THURSDAY, AU0U8T 31, 19U.
THE DAILY NEWS.
faom m��
MATTERS MARTIAL
BY GARETH
In a second interesting letter to the radeshlp and self-denial    and    other
Daily News, dated   August    26,   my manly tratt8' the 8eeds of much g00d
�� ,     ,  ���r, .   ���    ,.       .      . .       may be sown in the minds   of   boys
friend    Rube,    after drawing    atten- where  ��� ,eft t0 tnelr own reBOurce8(
tion to a number of grievances under evil might otherwise appear.   It is to
which  the  104th  are  laboring,  asks be hoped that the local religious   in-
whether I still think they "have no stitutions will take this matter up as
mm..mm tmm �����i-i_t i,    . *        . .*.,  , la done In most other places, because
cause for complaint.     I do not think ,t ��� m(loubU!dIy partyot th'e clergy.
so now, nor have   I, at   any   period man's duty.
since their formation,    thought   that  !	
the  regiment has  received anything
like fair treatment from the authorl-|
ties.   To a great extent, the slack ad-!
ministration  of  the corps  is  responsible, but the point I wished to   emphasize was, that sitting around and
grousing ls hardly likely to improve
matters. A great deal of this has been
done, as Rube must admit, lf he ls at
all closely ln touch with  regimental
affairs; Indeed very little else seems
to have been attempted so far by Just I
the ones who should be working theli*
hardest to Improve the outlook. There
SPORTS
KNOCK OUT BROWN IS
NO NATCH FOR WELLS
which went against him being margin
losers owing to the fact that he waa
boxing to orders. The winner left
the ring with shouts ringing In bin
ears and without a mark to allow he
had been engaged in a contest. This
clean cut victory Bhould take the
Englishman a peg closer to Ad. Woi-
gaBt. The receipts amounted to $30,-
000. Brown takes 32% per cent, of
the takings, and Wells 22V4 per cent.
Professional Footballers.
This evening the general meeting of
the Westminster Rovers professional
football club will be held InJFletcher's
conference room on Slxtb street at
eight o'clock. Manager Grant requests that all Interested ln the winter game will turn up at that hour,
as the agenda Is a heavy one and it
is the intention to get through with
the entire program so that everything
may be in shin shape order to begin
the game next weeK,
Amateurs to Practice.
Tonight the   senior   football   amateurs wlll hold a practice at   Moody
square  at 6:16,  when the members
of the executive will be on hand   to
and hei? the stickhandlers to reduce
the heavy debt which has been Incurred this season.
President Nels NelBOr   in forward |
lng  a donation   to  the  n.tur .   Minto
cup   holders,    wishes   the    meeting
every, success and opines    that    tomorrow should be a night upon which i
all city sportsmen should rally and by
their presence show   that   the   ama-,
teurs deserve helping.
Yesterday evening the final touches j
were put on tha 1t.11, and everything
is now in readlensi for tba night ot
nights.
PROGRESS  MADE  IN
TENNIS TOURNAMENT!
I
de-
study form, and to get pointers on the
rsTnTcondltton7nowe7erh^'thrr'is  "ohtwrfght English Champion Shows finds of the management.
Superiority In All Branches of
Fistic Art���Ten Rounds.
not open to amelioration If tackle! In
the right spirit, and that Is by mak-'
lng   an   outspoken   manly   complaint'
rather   than   by   sitting   around   anl
breeding dissatisfaction.    Ot   course*
?,n?���eJr.���!|bI!?K.11lfh,yft0b6a.,*,,Ure' N^ York,   Aug. 31.-At   Madison
unfortunately, but the former is more _           _   7.                  ..     ,   ,
conducive to happiness and the wei- S(��uare Gardens, thia city, last even-
fare of the corps. ing, Matt Wells,   lightweight   chain-
"Rube's" complaint about the   am- Pion of England and victor over the
munition being loaned  to a civilian famous    Freddie     Welsh,    defeated
organization is no doubt a legitimate Knockout Brown, of New York,   the
one  (although I notice he does not superiority of the Britisher being in
refer to it again), and would doubt- the ascendancy practically all through
less meet with redress lf placed la the scheduled ten rounds,
the proper   hands.   At the- same time When Charlie  White,  the referee,
it would be Interesting lf he could tell entered the ring his appearance was
us whether any members of the regl- greeted with applause, as it had been
ment actually asked for ammunition announced that this man who    had
ln order to go to the range and were refereed   more   championship  battles
unable to obtain it.                                ' than any other man In the world had
Another complaint he makes ls that refused to be third man ln the. square
A and B companies, Sixth regiment, for the bout under notice,
were transferred as city mllltla to the Wells, who was a favorite In    tho
104th and other men were enlisted to betting,  wasted  no time    in setting
serve the same terras, and not until about his opponent and lt was plain
afterwards were they told that they to the veriest tyro that the eventual
a were a rural unit and must train ln winner would be the visitor from John
camp.   That, too, is a legitimate com- Bull's Island.    At close range,  Matt
plaint, but again, can "Rube" tell us was king pin, and showed that he had
whether any man, finding   he   could a deal more science than the Brown
not fulfil the altered conditions, ask fellow, whose swinging    blows were
to be released from his engagement easily eluded by the other. Short arm
and was refused ?                                  I blows to the body showed that Brown
A number of men apparently com-' was weakest downstairs and Wells
pleted their requisite number of di Ills plied to the mark time and again,
at headquarters on the understanding. occasionally changing his tactics and
that they were city militia, and be- smashing to the head and face and
lng unable to attend camp were re- non-plusslng the German-American by
turned as "not efficient'' and conse- his methods. In the fourth round,
quently drew no pay. Will "Rube" , Brown looked a sad spectacle, his lips
tell us when and where these men cut and bleeding with red markB on
fired their necessary musketry prac- the kidneys which proved that Wella
tices (unless prevented from doing at Inside flehting was clearly the
so, owing io ajl the ammunition hav- master of the situation and outpointing been loaned away) and whether1 ed the homester at his own game. In
their case lias been laid before the
district officer commanding ?
, He goes on to say that "If Gareth
knows anything at all, he would know
that the men ot the Sixth D. C. O.
COMPLETING FINAL TOUCHES
FOR BIG ATHLETIC TOURNEY
Enquiry from the firms which are
selling the tickets for the Senior Amateur Lacrosse club's' big sporting
night on Friday revealed the pleasing
fact that there will be a capacity
house at St. Patrick's hall, Agnes
street, when the curtain rises on the
first bout of tbe evening.
Owing to a hurried call out of town,
Alderman J. J. Johnston last night
informed Manager George Grimston
tbat lt would be impossible for him to
be on tbe platform, and take an active
part ln the program which will be
staged. This wlll be the only absentee from the lengthy list of notables
who have promised to be   on   band,
Tlm results of yesterday'B tennis
tournament were as follows:
Ladles' singles���Mlss Rickman
feated Mrs. Elson, 6-4, 6-3.
Men's singles���L. A. Lewis defeated
A. H. Marcon, 6-2, 6-2; W. H. G*.
Phlpns defeated H. V. Ardagh, 9-7,
6-0; J. A. Motherwell defeated D. C.
Tuck, 6-2, 6-4.
The draw for today Is as follows:
4:30 p.m.���Mlss Shildrick vs. Mrs.
Sutherland; A. R. Sellery vs. J. W.
Langford; L. A. Lewis vs. J. A.
Motherwell.
BASEBALL. N
Northwestern League.
Wednesday, August 30.
At Seattle���Vancouver 4, Seattle 3.
At Spokane���Spokane 5, Victoria 1.
At Portland���Tacoma 4, Portland 3
Caledonian Club Joints.
At a meeting held yesterday evening of the Westminster City Football
league, the Caledonian club was admitted to membership, bringing the
entrants up to three. The meeting
adjourned at a late hour, and wlll reconvene within a week so that the
schedule for the season may be made,
and preparations completed for the
start next month.
WE ACT A8 AGENTS FOR THE
Sale of Real Estate
LISTINGS  SOLICITED.
WE WRITE FIRE, LIFE ANO ACCIDENT
Insurance
IN  8TANDARD  COMPANIE8.
Ihe WestminsterTrust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J.J.JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
WANTED
��� *
If yonr property is for sale and the prjce and terms are right, we
want Iti as we have clients who are desirous of making investments in this city In the shape of vacant lots, houses or revenue
producing property. What have you ? $600 to $5000 cash as flrst
payment.
1 ,   OWNER* .ONLY.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone 929. Room 16, Collister Block.
^ a  afll'.i^n  ..
t��
Eat and Be Merry!
>f
starving yourself���s
vholesome 1
seven  out  of  the  ten   rounds  Wells
was easily the points gainer, the three
ha-oru-cii DYSPEPSIA IABLET5
and you'll (eel like a new person. Sour stomach���heartburn���
occasional indigestion ��� chronic dyspepsia ��� all yield quickly to
NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food
restores your strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon
requires no further aid.
50c. a box.   If your druggist has not stocked them yet send
50c. and we will mail them. 37
NATIONAL DRUO AND CHEMICAL CO. OP CANAOA LIMITED.
MONTREAL.
B.C. Mills
Imber and Trading Co.
BBUMIPManulacturers *** Dealer, ta All Kinds ol
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLE8, SASH,  DOORS,  INTERIOR  FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXES     LAROE    BTOCK    PLAIN    AND
Uflktfkl&*il- -l'- l FANCY GLASS. '
.Royal City Planing USU Branch
Telephone 12 New Westminster Boa 137
CUTLERY
See Our Window Display off Pearl Handle Goods
FISH   SETS DESSERT SETS
FRUIT 8ETS DINNER 8ET8
FISH CARVERS BUTTER 8PREADER8
BREAD KNIVES < CAKE KNIVE8
BERRY SPOONS, ETC.
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.C. R'y
ts.m.s.s.t
THE .
JEWELER
never drew any drill pay, it was ul-
ways signed over to the companies'
association, and Ihe same thing was
done on the formation of the 104th
headquarters association so that the
men, never expected to draw cash for
tlieir winter's drill." I fail to Bee why,
in order to know anythins at all, 1
must llrst acquaint myself with the
innermost affairs of the Sixth regiment, but granting to "Uube" thfl
necessity of this. I would say that 1
did know ahout the Sixth regiment,
but that 1 was not aware that the
104th had done the same. Perhaps
"Rube" will go further and enlighten
us ns to how It was that, having already signed away their drill pay to
the associations, the companies decided at Kamloops or upon their return to draw it individually ?
"Uu'ue" asks what I would sny to
the rase of "a man with nearly seventeen years continuous soldiering to
his i-redit nnd in possession of four
war medals, heing returned as inefficient although he has a written
exemption from camp signed bv the
commanding officer." Of course if that
particular man joined on the un ler-
standlng that ho was enlisting In A
city unit, antl if he completed the
requisite numher of day's drill nnd
fired the necessary musketry practices, he Is entitled to redress antl
would douhtless obtain Vic same on
representing his case to the r����Per
authorities, If he joined knowing tho
training was to he in camp then he Is
entitled to no more than hundreds of
others with even more service and
more melals who ate to be met with,
who are just as efficient hut have nor
joined the active militia for various
reasons, because he has no more fulfilled the conditions for which he joined than the others have.
If "One of the Huhes" will add to
favors already bestowed, by giving us
the information asked for above I
shall be indeed grateful.
Xow that the schools have reo;-en-
ed, and the hoys are back Tie* uie
summer camps It is to he earnestly
hoped that the boys' brigade and boy-
scout movements will receive fresh
Impetus. Such organizations as havo
been started here, owing to the lack
of assistance, have not flourished to
any great extent. As far as 1 can
make out this is mainly the fault of
the clergy, who are, in most places,
responsible for the foundation of
these corps. Vancouver has several
strong brigades In connection with
the various churches and tli are Ib no
doubt thnt they are doing an immense amount of good and counteract
to a certain extent, the slackness ot
home discipline which Is so apparent
today and which allows small boys
to he running the streets up to all
hours and to be acquiring numerous
bad habits thereby, at an age when
they should he deriving the benefits
of home Influence. Without douht the
boys' brigades are a great attraction
to the lads and must be an important
factor in the moulding of their characters, for by learning a spirit of
obe.lience to discipline, of true com-
ys' School Clothing p Choke Betf.Muihm
ajPRICES to suit your pocket
We have everything the
boys need for school wear
that will make them look
and feel smart and neat.
100 Boys' Two and Three-Piece Suits;
regular $5.00 to $7.50 values to
clear at      ... $3.90
BO^S' ODD PANTS
a very large assortment of the
best Canadian Tweeds, all sizes
50c. to $1.75
'The Colleoe*
LION BRAND
Boys' All Wool English made Jerseys, in
navy, blue, cardinal and white $1.00
to       .      .      .      .      .      1.75
Boys' Negligee Shirts with collar attached and detached in several tasty
patterns      .       .       50c. to $1.25
25 Dozen, Boys' Stockings, regular
!50c. and 60c. values, sizes 7 1-2 to
9 1-2, to clear    .    3 pairs for $1.00
M. J. PHILLLIPS
671  Columbia St.     The Wardrobe Clothier     New Westminster, B. C
Pork or Veal
GOTO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
***....*m
****>........*,
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,       W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President. Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=====   LUMBER CO, LTD.   =====
Manufacturer* and  Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   Shingle*, 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, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with aU kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
isfo. 2 Common Boards and-Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS PAOK SIX
IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, Wit.
. ST. CHARLES
leUAPOMTED CREAM
There in nothing *a good for the b��br
s* .t. Charles CreMd. The result of
tnr.lvsis by prominent expert chemists
shrwsthat .Vt.ChsrlesCream.when properly reduced with pur. bvlled wnter,
is al: tost identical in every respect with
human milk. It differs froni other
milk products in that it is sterilized by
heat ulone. ,       .
St CharlesCreamdoesnotcurdlewhen
used on acidulous fruits and imparls r
rich, delicate flavor. It is
humanised milk.   It is
not only besl for mother
and infant���it is better
than  the best ordinary
milk for all purposes.
Sold bv best grocers
everywhere.
ST. CHARLES CON,
ENSING    CONrANY.
Ingersoll.    ���     ���     Ot*.
PROHIBITION IN
NEW ZEALAND UK[LY
BAPTIST DIVINE OF ANTIPODES
PREDICTS THIS OUTCOME-
HOW LABOR LEGISLATION IS
HANDLED.
FAMOUS DOCTOR'S
PRESCRIPTION.
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
[is tne STANDARD article I
READY  FOR USE,
IN ANY QUANTITY.
FqrmaHlng soap, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
clnhs, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equal* 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT tHBR
TO RONTO. ONT.
Liniments Won't
Cure Lame Back
GIN PIUS Will���Js This
Gentleman Tesliiies
Winnipeg, Aug. 30.���Rev. R. S.
Gray, minister of the First Haptist
church in Chrietchurch, New Zealand,
and secretary of the Haptist Union of
New Zealand, who recently represented that Dominion at the con-
3ress of the Haptist VV orld Alliance ai
Philadelphia, is in the city on hia ,way
back to New Zealand via Vancouver.
On being interviewed hy a 'pres3
representative concerning the advanced legislation of New ZealanJ,
he said:
"New Zealand was the first place to
pass legislation in favor of old age
pensions, also advanced factory legislation. In event of dispute the matter is submitted to the conciliation
commissioners appointed for several
districts. In event or them not being
able to effect a settlement, it is formally brought before the arbitration
court which consists of a representative appointed by themselves, a representative appointed by the labor
unions and a judge appointed by the
government. The decisions are made
for a term of years and are binding
on the parties. AH questions affecting labor and capital such as increase
or decrease ln wages and the general
conditions affecting work people are
under the court of jurisdiction and
applications can be filed at any time.
Tlie court goes so far in some cases,
as to fix the quantity and character
of the food supplied. Penalties are
provided for any infraction or evasion of the law and strikes aud lockouts are practically Impossible. The
act works well.
Women Exercise Franchise.
"Women exercise  the franchise in
New Zealand and avail themselves of
the privilege.    Their advent into Ufa
realm of politics has been a distinct
advantage to all moral issues.    Elections   are  quietly  conducted   without
rowdyism and no cases are known of
women being subjected to unpleasantness.     The   Dominion    takes   a   vote
every  third year,  on  the day  of the
j general election, on the liquor question.    Of the total  number  of  vote-
| cast three years ago, there was a ma-
1 jority of 33.0D0 in favor of no license.
j Twelve of the electrants were dry.   If
the decision had been by a bare majority,   instead   of   three-fifths,   there
would have been sixty dry and   only
some dozen  wet.    It is expected  that
this handicap will be reduced I om 6,)
per cent to at least 65 per cent in tho
next parliament.    For the flr st time a
vote  will  be  taken  in   November   of
this   year   upon   the  question   of  National Prohibition.    It is not expected
that  this result  will   be achieve J   at
once, but  judging  by  the  '-rowth  of,
the prohibition sentiment in the Do]
minion during the past  fifteen years,
there   will   certainly   be    almost    no
liquor tra'e in New Zealand, in nino
years from r.ow.
Beauty of  His Country.
"After   visiting   Kngland,    Europe,
the   St.   Lawrence   and   many    other
other places, the scenic beauty of my
country is not excelled in any part of
the   world,"   said   Mr,    Gray.       "The
Maori race, the original holders oT tho
I land,  are  admittedly  the finest  type
j of native in the world, many of them
highly educated and fill worthy  posi-
I tions in the legal, medical and teach-
j ing  professions,  while  two  of  them,
one of whom an A.  M., are members
j of the cabinet.    New Zealand is generally  intereste.l  in   the phenomenal
growth  of Canada and  in her moral
and political problems."
DUKE   OF   ABRUZZI  MAY  HAVE
MET  MISS  ELKINS  AGAIN
THE KNAPP IDEA.
"Puniahtmnt Should Fit the Criminal
Net the Crime."
"What do you think of a chief of pr>-
| lice wbo lovea  Emerson,  rend* Wall
I Whitman and believes in  (he*Christ
Idea  as  a  good   working  proposition
every day in tbe week?" asks George
, Creel    io   tbe    American    Magazine.
"Well, that's Perry Knapp of Toledo.
, O., and prominent above all else in his
: office   Is   this   placard:    'Punishment
! Should   Fit   the   Criminal.   Not   tbe
I Crime.'   Thot's the  Knapp ideal   He
doesn't   divide   humanity   into   'good'
snd 'bad' classes, nor does he believe
that justice I* best served by  malignant and relentless pursuit of every offender against some law.   I ust end of
considering himself as a millstone for
.the grinding of human grist, be acts
as a  man dealing  with men.   While
convinced that society  nfceds protection   against   wrongdoers,   he   rejects
the usual theory thut society must be
revesged on wrongdoers.
'��� 'Golden Rule' .lones took clubs
away from tbe policemen and gave
them ennes. Wben Perry Knapp was
promoted lo be chief hc banished Ibe
canes, so that tbe Toledo Uluecoats
' really express lhe majesty of the law.
Dot n mere threat of violence.
"Of course there are those who believe that vice and crime must be
dealt wilh by force and Ihat the
slightest genlleuess will encourage
wrongdoing. As nu answer to these
the percentage of crime Is less in Toledo than any other city of lis sice ln
Ibe country. And many a chief of pollce, scratching his bend ln perplexed
fashion! has wondered why Terry
Knapp hns 'so little trouble.'"
ONCE MADE, NO BACKING OUT
SBiliiili
MISSED  HIS  GUESS.
Commissioner of Patents Ellsworth
Was a Poor Prophet.
In one week recently the patent
office issued 77S puteuts. The total
number Issued up to date wns 094,104.
lu sight of Ihe milliou mark.
In view ot these figures the following excerpt from tlie report of the
commissioner of patents for the year
1843 Is of interest as showing how
widely n man. even a commissioner of
patents, can miss his guess:
Tho whole number of patents Issued by
(ho l'nited States up to January, 1*44. was
13.523. The patents granted for tho past
year (1&43) were Kit In number, exceeding
those of the previous year by twenty-four
The advancement of the arts from year
to year taxes our credulity nnd seems to
presage the early arrival of that period
when human Improvement must end.
HENRY   \V.   ELLSWORTH,
Commissioner of Patents.
In 1S44 there were no telegraphs, telephones, automobiles, electric lights or
motors, phonographs or airships. Antl
septic surgery was still in the dim Tu-
tnre. and doctors were swathing typhoid fever patients in blankets and
Immuring them In unventilated rooms.
while people still walked ten miles to
see a railroad train. ���New York Times.
Lumsden, Sask.
"t have suffered ln-.ch from Lame
Back and Soreness across the Kidneys,
and u-ed to apply liniments to relieve
the p..in until I was told to try GIN
?ILL3. Now, I am nevet without tliem.
.-.ssoon as I feel the weakness coming
,-a, I at once start to take GIN PILLS
and a very few doses relieve me, but I
continue to take them for sometimes
two weeks at a time that they mav do
their work. I heartily recommend GIN
PILLS to anyone suffering from Lame
Hack or Weak Kidneys."
A. ii. Sparks.
Lame Hack i; simply the pain caused
by weak, strained or sick kidneys. GIN
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TILLS relieve the Bladder, and regulate
the Urine. That's why the pain in the
back disappears when you take GIN
PILLS. 5��c- a l��)x, 6 lor $2.50 and
money refunded if GIN PILLS fail to
relieve yon. Bent on receipt of price if
your dealer will not supply them.
National Drug & Chemical Co. Dept. 11.
C.       Toronto.
National Lazy Liver Pills keep the
bowels regular, ths stomach sweet aud
iiic skin clear.   25c. a box. 0j
Paris, Ang. 30.���That Mils Katherine Eikins again met the Duke of
Abruzzl secretly thia summer is regarded as certain here. Speculation
is now life as to whether this int":-
national romance has ended definitely
or lias only begun again under new
conditions which are to result goon
in the marriage of the American girl
and the cousin of Italy's king
The deatli of r. S. Senator Stephen
B. Eikins, of West Virginia. Mis;; El-
kins' lather, put an end to the duke's
Courtship, it was Bupposed, but apparently the adventurous Abruzzl hai
an Irresistible desire to again see the
woman who won his heart.
With ber mother and I,rot her, Stephen it. Eikins, Miss Elkin -*�� .t to
a little Swiss resort near the Italian
frontier a few weeks ago. simultaneously the Duke of Abruzzl was reported to be at Venice, a day's motor
ride distant. Mins Eikins was unwill
ing to enter Italy, it is believed, because of the hostility whicli the dowager tpieen MargheUta has shown toward her.
Abruzzl left his naval rost. at Ven-
fice '.*:i | dis?��>peat<ed from [public
view for a couple of days. It was
then, according to the report, that he
crossed the frontier in an automobile and met the American girl. What
the result of their Interview  was no
lone knew, except the members of the;
' ICIkins family, the duke and his clos-j
j est friends.
Of course it may be that Miss El-
I kins    gave    a    definite   answer    that
crushed Abnr/.zi's hoies. or it is pos
; Bible he succeeded in ^ersuadlag her
to brave the enmity of Oueen  Mar-
\ gherita, who lias promised if the duke
I marries Iter  to make her  ^isltion at
i court uncomfortable.
Women With Ball Clubs.
'Tn the early days." says Hugh Fullerton in the American Magazine, "a
woman wltb n bull club was a rarity.
Now It Is common for seven or eight
players to take their wives on long
trips, nnd sometimes tbeir children.
Managers admit that the women have
a restraining nnd refining influence,
but they nre not wanted. Often managers make wry faces when notified
that some of tbe men nre taking tbeir
wives. 'J>he women take tbe minds of
tbe players off the game���sometimes a
good tlilug, but more frequently a bad
one. If there should be a quarrel the
wives are certain to take sides. Two
of Ihe Cubs lost their tempers one
night and clashed. It was over in a
minute, and both were sorry. Chance,
sitting ns judge, passed this sentence:
Til fine you each $10, and if either of
yon dares tell his wife I'll make it
tf 100.'"
Merchants, Real Estate Brokers;
There are only a few homes in New Westminster that do
not receive The Daily News every morning, and throughout the district our mailing list is in the thousands.
A smart, well written advertisement in
The Daily News
displaying your goods to the best advantage, will bring
you results a hundredfold.
Counted Ants For Two Years.
A marvel of scientific research, says
our Merlin correspondent, has been accomplished by Professor Yenig. who
bas been Investigating the Interior
condition of nut hills. By dint of patient observation Professor Yemg discovered that nu not hill two feet in
height was Inhabited by IW.7S0 ants.
Other nut hills of almost the same size
were round lo contain 67,500, 53,000
11 nd 48,000 ants respectively. These ole
servotions and the counting of the tiny
Insects occupied 1 wo years. ��� London
Standard.
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took place. On lhe winning number of
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out a woman Jumped to ber feet,
waved a small piece of paper, shrieked
nnd fainted. She was a hardworking
tailoress, flfty-elght yenrs old, wbo invested 100 francs against a rainy day.
She bought lottery bonds with the
money, nnd the winning of the prize
has made her Independent.
Uses of Glass.
In Switzerland goods are weighed
with glass weights. In fact, on lhe
continent generally glass is taking the
place of wood and Iron in many directions, for it can be made stronger even
than stone, and the day is not far off
when bouses wlll be built entirely of
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pao�� iinnm.  n
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re the fractional  northwest quarter
of  section    7.  township    11     (121
acres). Langley Farm, part of lot 3,
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
2, New Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 7721F, Issued
ln tlie name of Colon   McLeod,   bas
been tiled ln this office.
Notice is hereby given tbat I shall,
at the explrtftion of one month from
the date of the 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 valld objection
foe made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, B.C., July 11. 1911.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Terminal Station Quebec
Sealed tenders, addressed to
undersigned, and marked on tbe en
velope "Tender for Terminal Station
Quebec" will be received at the offlc
of the Commissioners of the Trans
continental Kailway at Ottawa, Ont.
untll 12 o'clock noon of the 31st
August proximo, tor tbe construction
and erection complete, ln accordance
with the plans and specifications ot
the Commissioners, of terminal station In 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, District Engineer,
Quebec, P. Q.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
by the commissioners.
Eacb tender must be signed and
sealed by all tbe parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted chejue on a
chartered Bank of the Dominion of
A'anada. payable to the order of the
Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, for the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000).
Tbe cheque deposited by the party
whose tender is accepted wlll be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada as security for the
due and faithful performance of Ihi
contract according to Its terms.
Cheques deposited by parties whose
tenders are rejected will be returned
within ten days after the signing of
the contract.
The ri^ht is reserved to object   to
any or all tenders.        t
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental  Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, 29th July. 1911.
(Newspapers inserting this adver
tisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for
it.)
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Your Inspection Invited.
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SEE McELROY
for sewer connections
'Phone R672
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve        6.900,000
Tbe iBank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Paciflc; ln Cuba,
throughout' tbe Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in tbe World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Forty-Seven    Thousand    Homesteads
Open  Along  Western  Lines of
C. N. R. and G. T. P.
Winnipeg, Aug. 30.���Approximately
4700 bomsteads are now ready to be
occupied along the western lines of
the Canadian Northern and Grand
Trunk Paciflc railways. The majority of these free lands are in the most
fertile districts of the prairie provinces where the soil is good and in
most cases flne. black loam and within comparatively close proximity to
the railroads.
The Canadian  Northern has about j
35,000 homesteads available along Its j
lines located in all parts of Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and  Alberta.      In the !
Edmonton district there are some IL-'
000, all within 100 miles of the rail-,
way and within 100 miles of Edmon-1
ton.    When the Peace River   line is ;
completed, 100 miles of which ls now
under  construction,   many   of   theso
homesteads will be brought into clos-,
Notice Of Removal
I have moved my real estate and
Insurance office from 744 Columbia
street to rooms 16 and 17 Westminster Trust block, entrance on Lorne
Btreet at the rear of Ryall's drug
store, and wlll be pleased to meet mv
frlenda and patrons there.
WM. McADAM.
DEPARTMENT    OF    THE    NAVAL
SERVICE.
A competitive examination will ve
held in November next at the examination centres of the Civil Service
Commission for the entry of Naval
Cadets for the Naval Service of Canada;  tbere wlll be 25 vacancies.
Candidates must be between the
ases of 14 and Iti years on the lst oi
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 cf
absence abroad for purpose of education to be considered as residence.
Successful candidates will Join the
Royal Naval College at Halifax In
January next; the course at the College is two years and the cost to
parents, including board, lodging, uniform and all expenses, Is approximately $400 for the first year and $250
for the second year.
On passing out of College Cadets
wlll be rated Midshipmen, and will
receive pay at the rate of $2 per diem.
Parents of 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, Ot:awa
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not be raid for.
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, August lst, 1911.
H�� CANADIAN PACIFIC
~W B.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m Dally, except Tuesday
1:00 p.m   Dally
For Seattle.
10:00 a.m  Dally
11:00 p.m  Dally
For Nanaimo.
2:00 p.m Dally
For Nanaimo, Union, Comox.
2:00 p.m  Tuesdays
9:00 a.m.  ..Thursdays and Saturdays
For Prince Rupert and Alaska.
11 p.m Aug. 12, 19, 22, 29
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
SS. P. Beatrice ..Aug. 17, Sept. 5, 20
For Hardy Bay and Rivers 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.   Tues-
day,   Thursday,   Saturday.
For other sailings and rates apply
to
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.���District of Now Westminster.���Take notice that I, James
Charles Wood, of North Vancouver,
oocupatlon 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 west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement, and oon-
taining 640 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
O'Gerle,  Agent.
Dated .Tune fith. 1911.
UNITED BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
���   Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances tali-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms. ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS  $4F,OCO.0O0
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
er proximity to railroad transportation.
In the Kindersby-Calgary district
there are 3000 still open for settlement, which although at present
about 25 to 30 miles from a railway
will shortly be served by a line. There
are 4500 free homesteads ln the Battleford district, situated ln the great
Saskatchewan valley, south of Battleford. There are also 1500 ln the
Shellbrook district, northwest of
Prince Albert, all within 30 miles of
railroad transportation. -
In the Carrot River valley, north of
Melfort,  south ot tbe Saskatchewan
and on the direct line of the railway
| that is being built to the Hudson Bay,
tbere are still open    for   settlement
' about 2500 homesteads.
In addition to these tbere are 13,000
in Manitoba within 24 mllea of the
Canadian Northern lines, 2000 being
ln the Swan River district; 2069 in
Dauphin north to Sclater; 2073 between Lake Dauphin and Lake Manitoba and south to Laurier; 422 along
the Oak Point branch, and 2134 alom;
the main line east between Grouse
and Sprague.
The Grand Trunk Paciflc also offers
12.000 homesteads along the company's western lines and *<*uiy thousands more are expected to be thrown
open in a short time. About 4000
have been opened recently on the line
from Blggar west to Calgary, on the
branch from Oban north to Battleford and on the new Brazeau coal
fleld line. With few exceptions, all of
the lands are as good as any to be
found in the entire west, and are
ideal for mixed farming. A sufficient
supply of water for domestic purpeses
is obtainable through the territory
opened, in many instances wells must
be from 25 to 75 feet deep. Wood Is
very plentiful and adequate both for
building and fuel purposes.
MAZZINI    AND    MAYOR    NATHAN.
New York, Aug. 30.���Henry S. Morals, writing to the New York Times,
gives some valuable information regarding Mayor Nathan of Rome, who
so recently was in tbe Ume light. He
says:
"Will you permit a regular reader
of your paper to add a few words to
jour Interesting Information about
Mayor Ernesto Nathan of Rome,
Italy, as given In your Issue of today? His mother, Sara Nathan, was
born a Rosselll. This family had an
extensive relationship in Italy and in
England, and were all ardent followers of Joseph Mazzlni. My father,
Sabato Morals, himself an Italian patriot, but long since a resident of
America, knew well the Uossellis of
London, and often visited them, accompanying his friend, Mazzlni, to
whom and to whose cause Morals
was ardently devoted.
Mazzini, himself, though exiled
from Italy, as, Indeed he was from
other monarchlal countries of Europe,
made bold to enter that land time
and again. He died in Pisa, in the
very house of a Rosselll, and in a city
almost next door to my father's birthplace. Leghorn.
When my father, SabaCo Morals,
left England in March, 1851, to make
his home in Philadelphia, he gave
Mazzlni this passport, so that, under
another incognito, besides the now
well known "Dr. Brown," the great
patriot might essay to travel undiscovered on the continent of Europe,
and propagate his unyielding views
of Republicanism unadulterated and
uncompromising.
WHITE   ROCK   NOTES.
Five automobile parties from town,
fifteen buggies and democrats from
Halls Prairie and Cloverdale, and upwards of three hundred picnickers cf
tbe Sons and Daughters of Norway,
besides the ordinary week-en 1 visitors enjoyed a glorious day at White
Rock last Sunday.
Among those who returned to the
city life this week, and have closed
up their summer homes and broken
camp for this season are the following: Capt. Mayers and family, Mrs.
Aitchlson and family, E. A. Paige
and family, Heber Brown and family,
Joseph and Mrs. Travers and party.
Miss Ross, Mlss McPhee, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. White, Miss Jones . Mrs.
P. Brown and family are returning to
Edmonds on Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Va-
sbon to Vancouver on Thursday, and
A. L. Lavery and family wlll remove
to Westminster also on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hope, of Westmin
ster, are expected down for a couple
of weeks next Sunday, and Mrs. S.
H. Farmer, daughter ot Mrs. McLean,
have rented a furnished fiat for a few
weeks. J. Ei Brown and wife, H. A.
Belyea and family, John Stewart, wife
and Mr. and Mrs. Swain, Capt. Grant
and others, will visit their summer
houses here each fine week-en <;
whilst Mr. and Mrs. H. Latham, Mrs.
Eastman and family, E. H. Sands and
family, Nel Nelson, George Blakley,
Mrs. Thornbur and party are among
those wbo will remain bere for some
time.
The Rev. A. deB. Owen and family
will ma^e one household of those who
will reside at White Rock all the fall
and winter.
During the fall and winter work ln
the direction   of   trails,  roads   and
| water system will be carried on by
the townsite agents and other parties,
and as the Seafront road has now
been taken over from the G. N. R. 'jv
the Surrey council, lt is expected that
| before  the   rush   of   next   season's
1 camping commences White Rock will
| have   been   materially  developed   in
many respects.
WILL TEACH C08T OF
LIQUOR TO WORLD
Washington, D. C, Aug. 30.���The
presentation of a memorial addressed to all the governments of the
world on the subject of the prohibition from harmful use of all intoxicants. Is one of the striking features
of the Second International Prohibition Conference at The Hague, Holland, during tbe week of September
10-16. It is proposed to directly bring
to the attention of all the ruling sovereigns ot the world, and their chief
legislative advisers, the Importance
of a serious inquiry into the moral
and economic damage Inflicted by the
use of alcohol, opium, hashish, etc. It
Is hoped that deep and favorable Impression may thereby be made over
nrohablv the widest area ever yet'attempted ln the history of any social
reform.
A roll call of the nations wlll give
the delegates and others present opportunity to report the notable progress which the prohibitory cause
continues to make around the world.
Large parties are reported to be under arrangement from various countries to attend the prohibition conference and the Thirteenth In'ernattonal
Congress   Against   Alcoholism,   with
which the congress is affiliated. Tho
congress meets at the invitation of
Queen Wilbelmlna and the Dutch government, and a brilliant and varied
program ls rapidly approaching completion on the part of the Dutch total
abstinence societies. The foreign
travel facilities have been largely entrusted to the Prohibition Confedera
tion, which ls arranging for special
trains, boat accommodation, etc., between London and Schevenlngen, tbe
seaside suburb of The Hague, where
the main sessions of the congress and
conference wlll be held ln the Kur-
baus.
Japan Bestows Honors.
Tokio, Aug. 30.���Honors ln connection with tbe revision of the treaty
between Great Britain and Japan
have been gazetted. Vice-Minister of
Foreign Affairs Ishil, and Count Kato,
ambassador to Great Britain, are
made Barons; Baron Uchida, ambassador to the United States; Baron
Chlnda, ambassador to Germany;
Baron Oura, Minister ot Commerce,
and Baron Hirata are made viscounts.
Good First-Aid Work.
Not long ago a doctor was motoring on a lonely road between Chob-
bam and Sulllngdale, England, when
be came across a man who had met
with a bicycle accident and cut an
artery ln his face. It was a bad cut
and the blood would have been spurting from it had lt not been for tbo
fact that two boys were taking It In
turns to press the artery with their
Angers. They were not ln uniform,
but, when asked, said that they were
Boy Scouts from the West Country
on a holiday. The doctor said It was
a case of very valuable flrst aid.
LABOF; conditions in
SASKATCHEWAN   CAPITAL
Reulna, Aug. 30.���The most casual
stroller along tie clty  streets these
days must be impressed by the vast
number   of unemployed   laborers   at
every corners   For three weeks now
hundreds of harvest helpers from the
' east have hung around the    streets,
] thc ^arks and  the station.      By no
means does Regina look like a west-
) ern   city   where   work    is    plentiful.
j There might be a general  strike to
��� see all those men with hands in poc-
l kets,   pipes   In   mouths,   waiting   Mi-
cawber-like for something to turn up.
|    The  authorities   in   dumping   this
crowd wholesale In the west about a
month before they are required  are
largely to blame.   Yet the situation Is
not" one of such serious moment as
the men do not seem to be suffering
any privations at all.   There is abundance of work  around  tbe city  and
district, for which just the^e men are
urgently    required,   but���they    want
harvest work.
.. Cholera Closes Schhrls.
Constantinople, Aug. 30.���There
were twenty-eight deaths from
cholera here ln the twenty-four hours
ending last midnight, and fifty-five
new cases reported. All the schools ln
I the city have been closed.
Baker's Cocoa
and Chocolate
ARE THE STANDARDS OP THE WORLD.
53 Highest Awards in Europe
ond America
THE NEW BULL AT 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
H For over 131 years these well-known preparations have been made only
at the company's mills (the largest in the world) at Dorchester, Mass.,
TJ. S. A. In order to keep pace with the rapidly increasing demand for its
goods in the Dominion of Canada and thc British Provinces, a large mill has
been put in operation in Montreal.
^L With the finest possible equipment of modern machinery,
with the accumulated experience of more than a century and
a quarter in the selection and blending of cocoa beans and
by the employment of a perfect mechanical process of
manufacture, consumers and dealers are assured that the
uniformity of quality and delicacy of flavor which
have made these goods the standards of the
world will be maintained.
4LTo facilitate the distribution of goods, selling offices
are located at Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver.
We guarantee the absolute purity of these
goods under the pure food laws of Canada
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
DORCHESTER, MASS. MONTREAL, CANADA yn<> *} ���. ��� ***** *l *      ' "*"**
"Hw^wi i��".��n   ���     V"**
i.pitl    HP* i *  I
it",     FAOE EIGHT
n
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 81, 1911.
\
We sell
Simonds' Cross-cut and
One Man Saws
Peavies, Cant Hooks,
Steel Snatch Blochs
Chain, Wire Rope,
Axes, Wedges, and
all Logging Supplies
L
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
City News
Liberal committee rooms, 'Phone j Owing to the outing of the Loyal
64, rfver Dally News Office, opposite Order of Lions at LadnSr tomonow
Carnegie  library, are open each  day  the Transfer will leave at 10::til a.m
and evening,
vited.
Everybody cordially in-
���*
Dance ! Dance '. At Eagles hall,
Monday, September 4. itushton's
orchestra.    Admission $1.00. **    j
*  Mra.   T.   F.   Sinclair  an.l  daughter.
left for the east this morning.   They
will visit Toronto and other points.
The classiest lot ,4fj[automobile
robes ever opened up lH'Ave'stmlnster
are to be seen at T, J, Trapp &
Co.'s. '"    **
'*'
Owners of city propert*/ are reminded tbat the date for Bavlng the final
rebate of 10 per cent: oin this year's
taxes expires en Friday, of this week
at 5 p.m. *���
Mr. and Mra. J. Bryson Moore, of
Portland, are visiting relatives here
on Second street. They are also visaing Mr. Moore and-Mlss Moore, of
Vancouver, while ln B. C.
T. H. Barbaree, of thla city, haa ra-
'\ ceived notice of the death of hla
mother on Tuesday evening at her
home, Grand Valley, Ont. She was
72 yeara of age. Mr. Barbaree left
yesterday to endeavor to reach Grand
Valley ln time for the funeral.-
instead of her usual  hour, returning
at C:30 p.m.
The steamer Transfer will make the
trip to Steveston and return on Sunday afternoons during the fishing
I season, leaving the B. C. Electric
i wharf at 3 o'clock. Round trip every
I Saturday, leaving B.-K. wharf at 2
! o'clock. **
New
Sweater
Coats
New
Suite
The Public
Supply Stores
SOAPS
When you want a piano do you -go (
to a butter and egg store for one ? Of
course not. When you want insurancs
to whom do you go ? Common sense
tells you to go to a man who makes
insurance and nothing but Insurance
his business. When you want any
kind of insurance come to see me for
it.   That is my business.
Alfred W. McLeod
!"��� ,,IU4,":
INSURANCt
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62.
New  Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1SS2.
This morning at eleven o'clock tha
board of railway commissioners for
Canada wlll commence Tts altithga in
the Vancouver court house. Several
matters of considerable Importance
to this city will come up for hearing.
The cases in which the board of trade
are Interested wlll be placed before
the commissioners by L. B. Lusby, J.
lt. Duncan and the secretary of the
board. A number of complaints from
private industrial companies ln this
distrlcl form an important part of the
agenda. , ��� ' ���:;   i,
The catches of salmon on the
Fraser were better yesterday. Local
canneries reported as follows: Scottish Canadian. H50 sockeyes and 1750
humpbacks', Phoenix, 2BO0 sockeyes;
St. Munco. 1050 sockeyes, 3000 humpbacks and 400 cohoes; Brunswick, 500
sockeyes and 1S06 I humpbacks;
Ewen's -ooo sockeyos nnd C000 hump-  . -r\   ���
backs; Terra Nova, 1300 sockeyes andim ^HCeS &?& VerV
118.000 humpbacks;1 Imperial, 1400
sockeyes and 1000 humpbacks. At
the traps Anacortes took 35,000
humpbacks, and Belllngham 100,000
flsh, Including a few cohoes.
New Fall Coats
Offer Wide Selection
Our showing of new Fall Coats will interest all who
appreciate style, quality and best value in models of
highest grade. There is a large showing of new Tweed
Coats on view now and also the heavy double faced
materials which promise to be so popular this season.
i
A large shipment
of Toilet Soaps just
Reversible Tweed Coat
Seml-fltting; In shade of grey; deep lapel with
collar of  reve se shade.   Price, each  $18.50
Misses' Coat of Fancy
Herring Bone Tweed
Shawl collar; inlaid with red serge; cuff to match;
semi-fitting stvle; trimmed with large metal buttons;   slze3 16 to 18 years.   Price, each $20.00
Women's Tweed Coat
Hagtan style; yoke effect; patch pocket; trimmings
of suede and Kid; covered buttons; ln shade of
grey;   lined to hip.    Price, each $25.00
Coat of Grey Fancy
Reversible Tweed
Military collar style; double breasted; seml-fltting
hack; fancy c iff and fancy metal button to match
goods.    Price, each    $16.50
Coat of Broadcloth
Fancy large shawl collar;  inlaid with  velvet;  cuff to match;  seml-fltting; trimmed with three large hut-
tons back of skirt; lined to hip, in shades of grey, green and black.    Price, each  $30.00
Ours is the Biggest and Best
DRUG STORE
in the City.
Our prices are reasonable1
and are based upon services
rendered. In addition to a
large DRUG and PRESCRIPTION trade we deal
in SPECTACLES, PHOTO GOOES
and seeds. Anything connected withthe drug trade
we can supply. WE LIKE
TO GET ORDERS FROM
THE COUNTRY which we
execute promptly.   Try us.
Sent to Penitentiary,
Sault Ste.  .Marie, Mich., Aug. 30.���
Mrs.      Angelina      Neapolitana.     the
woman who was saved from the Ral
lows  by the petitions of the women
of the  l'nited    States    and    Canada,
was   removed   from  tbe  Jail   ln   Sunt
Ste.   Marie, Ont., last night and de,
parted   for   Kingston     penitentiary,
where she is destined to spend   tha
remainder  of  her   life  for  the  murder of her husband on Easter Sunday
last.    Her young    baby    waa  taken
from her and placed with a children's
aid society.
popular   and   the
soaps are
PURE and CLEAN
LAUNDRY  SOAP
OF   ALL   KINDS
at   Lowest   Prices.
NEW RAIN COATS
Plain   semi-fitting, box and Raglan styles; self trimmings and leather hound;    assorted    shades.      Misses'
priced from $7.50 up
Women's priced  from    $10.00 up
Visit Our Ready-to-Wear Section and
Learn of the New Styles for Fall
New Wireless Stations.
London, Aus. 30.���The Guardian
understands that a committee has
been formed to consider the steps in
the formation of a chain of British
state-owned wireless stations throughout the empire. It ls proposed by the
home government representatives that
Australia, Xew Zealand and South
Africa be eventually included in tho
arrangement.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
TENDERS FOR UR BARN
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up ta noon of Sep
tember 5, 1911, for the construction
of a car barn in the City of New
Westminster. Alternate bids wi.l bs
considered on reinforced concrete construction and wood frame with galzan-
ized iron covering.
Plans and specifications may b<2
procured on application to the office
of Mr. W. H. Hazlltt, purchasing
agent, Holden  Block, Vancouver.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., Ltd.
Curtis Drug Store
Phone 43; L. D. 71;  Rea. 72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
GRAND TRUNK ARRANGEMENT
WITH PRINCE RUPERT CITY
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
Phone 567
Prince Rupert, Aug. ISO.���On Satur- i
day the citizens will be aske 1 to vote '
to sanction the agreement male between the O. T. P. and the city, which |
lets the railroad company down with j
$15."i)i) a year taxes-, on $7,000,000 j
worth of property and nivuig other'
concessions.
In return the city nets several
parcel! of laud and a guarantee that
within three months tlie company
will commence the erection of their
machine shops, railroad stallon, etc.,
with the object, of making Prince
Rupert the terminal of the road.
A by-law    to    raise 1660,000 for a
Waterworks, electric Unlit and power.
planl   Will  also  be  voted  on  at    the
���ame time.
Building Lots
INTERURBAN TRAMS      EXCURSION TO
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5.45
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Sunday leaves at 6, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 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 7
a.m. to 10 p.m,
Frajer Valley line, ��� Cars
leave for Chilliwack 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 FraBer Valley
line.
��� Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return untll Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS  TO
TAKE  THIS   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
(848)���SIXTH STREET, $900 EACH
���Three fine cleared lots In orchard,
lane at rear. I'rice $!ion eacli.
Terms can be arranged to suit.
214 Sixth  Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
B.C.
Just Arrived
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Popham's
Salome
Chocolates
SENIOR AMATEUR LEAGUE
Schedule of Games.
September 2 or 4���Victoria at New-
Westminster.
(836���FIFTH STREET. $750 EACH���
Two lots on the widest street in the
city, Fifth stieet now being graded.
���Many improvements under way lu
this locality. Price $750 each,
Favorable terms can be arranged.
(795)���FOURTH       STREET       AND
SEVENTH AVENUE,  $2,500,  TWO
LOTS���Double corner, fine billdingl
site in a locality where choice cor-
ners are getting scarce. Price   for|
a short  time $2,500;    terms,    one
third cash.
AT
i.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
p      New Westminster. B.C.
VETTED;
A LIVE REPRESENTS IVE FOR!
NEW  WESTMINSTER J
and surrounding distiict to sell Gen-!
eral Nursery Stock for "Canada's
Greatest Nurseries" (licensed by B.
C. Government! und meet the tremendous demand for fruit trees through-'
out B. C. at present.
The special interest taken in tlie
fruit growing business in H. (". offers
exceptional   opportunities   to  men   of
I enterprise.
We offer a permanent position   anl
i liberal pay to the lifiht men.
I Stone & Wellington
I TORONTO, ONT.
(824)���NEAR QUEENS PARK, $1250
���Fifty foot lot with lane at rear.
Terms $500 cash, balance to arrange.
(754)���TENTH AVENUE, $650 EACH
���Two lots on Tenth avenue, handy
to tramline, many lots ln immediate
district held at $800 to $1,000. For
a short time only $e,f;o each, terms
to arrange.
����������������������������������<�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<�������������
See our stock of
Sponges and Toilet Soaps
The best yet, both in quality and price.
    AT 	
Ryall's Drug Store jj
EYES TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND 8EE THE LATEST  IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
tiMM ntf""" ' ���**a*4*...................*%**A,
(855)���DUBLIN STREET $900���Near
Tenth street, tine 50 foot lot. I
Streets are graded and cement side-'
walks laid. Many new and hand-1
some homes under construction ini
immediate vicinity. Price reduced
for a short time. Terms one-third'
cash, balance to arrang*.    ,  >��    *,'
(748)���PRINCESS STREET, NEAR
SIXTH STREET $1,000���Full lot
near car line. Terms, one-quarter
cash, balance spread over eighteen
months.
(712)���FOURTH AVENUE, NEAR
SIXTH STREET���Fine lot with 50
feet frontage, coiner, good building
site. I'rice $1700; teims to ar-
range.
f. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK. ALDERGROVE.
SS. "PRINCE ALBERT"
will leave Vancouver Sept. 2 for Powell River,
Alert Bay, Hardy Bay, Rivers Inlet, Namu, Bella
Bella, Swanson's Bay, Ocean Falls, Lowe Inlet,
Claxton, Port Esslngton, Prince Rupert and the
Naas.    Passengers and freight.
;SS. PRINCE RUPERT
'and PRINCE GEORGE
Bailing from Johnson's Wharf at       12   MIDNIGHT
FOR   STEWART    Mondays
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT       Mondays and Thursdays
FOR VICTORIA AND 8EATTLE    Tuesdays and Saturdays
Connecting at Prince Rupert with steamer for Port Simpson, Kincolith and the Queen Charlotte Islands; also with the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway trains east 100 miles.
VICTORIA AND RETURN  $2.70.   (Account Labor Day)
Leave Vancouver Sent. 2nd. Returning Leave Victoria Sept. I.
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION. VICTORIA AND RETURN $2.70.
Leave Vancouver Sept. 5.     Good to return Sept. 7 and  11.
One Way and Round-Trio Excursion Tickets to All  Points East Via
the Grand Trunk System Double Track Route.
Information cheerfully given.   No trouble to answer questions.
Harry O. Smith, G. P. & T. A ,_>... Phone  Seymour 7100
L. V. Drnce. Commercial AeentJFre ght)    .... .Phone Sevmour 30(10
GENERAL  AGENCY TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINE8.

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