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 AnAcyrrcHATMJA
Turkey's Startling Rejection of Balkan Terms Surprises
Europe-Allies Overtures Left Constantinople' Only to
Sultan���Powers Appear Agreed to Keep Hands Off but
Russian and Austrian Troops Mobilize-Naval Battle.
WESTMINSTER WILL
GET BEHEft CARS
to
Constantinople, Nov. 21.���The battle  civil population should be allowed
at the Tchatalja lines has   been   re-  leave/,' '
sumed.   Cannonading   was   reopened Fired on Populace,
with great violence this evening and      Athens, Nov. 21.���The Athens news-
Is plainly audible here. papers print   a report   published   In
One Day's Grace.                  ' Salonikl that the Bulgarian officers at
. Ji_   v. ,.   0,     _.     ,., ���,     '   I Serres, on the ground that they had
ordered the troops to flre, with the
'��� result that GOO persons were killed or
j wounded
According    to    information      from
| Janina, the consuls have advised the
] governor to surrender   in   order   to
avoid unnecessary bloodshed.
Greek steamers arrived at Piraeus
today with 4000 Turkish prisoners
from Saloikl.
Austrian Diplomat Hurries.
Belgrade, Nov. 21.���The newspapers
Stampa and Pravda assert that the
much sought for Austrian consular
Precluska passed tbrough Belgrade
on Saturday for Vienna.
ACTION INVOLVES
VERY LARGE SUM
Writ Issued on Behalf of Westminster
Lady���Mining Properties on Howe
Sound Concerned.
only for a day. Turkey rejected the
Balkan tsrms for an armistice apparently before the plenipotentiaries had
time to come together at Hademkeul.
Kiamil Pa3ha, the grand vizier, declared the allies' overtures were "impossible." He ordered the commander-
in-chief to continue flghting "with the
help of the 'Almighty,'" until reasonable and moderate conditions were
proposed.
This declaration came as an utter
surprise, and diplomats are not wholly
convincod the Ottoman troops will
take up arms again in the cholera
stricken trenches of Tchatalja.
Bulgarian Overtures.
While the Bulgarian conditions���
for Bulgaria Ib acting as the mouthpiece of the allies���were extreme,
stipulating the surrender of Adrianople and Scutari, both of which are
making a historic defence, as well as
the cession of all the territory except
a narrow strip above Constantinople,
these conditions were advanced as
overtures; in other words, they were
apparently put forward as a basis for
negotiations.
The Porte treated them as an ultimatum, and this perhaps is the orient
al tr.Mhod of beginning negotiations
designed to induce thc enemy furthui
to show his hand. A Balkan diploma*
in Londcu pointed out tonight that
these terms were submitted merely a.-
an answer to Turkey's pressing and
repeated demands for an armistice.
and said:
"lt is practically certain that theii
rejection will result iu a more activ*
and determined resumption cf hostilities. Probably the allied troops-
will now rnfuse to treat with Turke>
until they arc in a pcfi'tlon to dictat"
perhaps fterner terms In the capital
of the sultan."
Stsrtling Decision.
The negotiations thus far have been
conducted through th<^ Russian ambassador at Constantinople. . but the
Turkish ambassador at Berlin was on
h'.s v,,ay to join his colleagues appoint
ed to meet the Bulgarian representatives when the Turkish government'* I
startling decision was telegraphed |
abroad. /      j
Even yet It would seem that the ���
-Turkish officials have not abandoned! m��' of Vancouver,
hope that the powers wlll come to
their rescue and attempt to dictate a
compromise, but Sir Edward Orey, the
British foreign secretary, announced
tonight that the powers had not gone
so far as to arrange a general conference after the conclusion of the
war. Their only agreement, so far as
surface indications go, la to keep their
hands off.
Austria and Russia.
The probability of the resumption
ot hostilities has started rumors
afresh from Vienna of Austrian and
Russian mobilizations on their borders, and a naval demonstration by the
Triple Alliance on the Albanian coast.
If Servla pushes her onward march to
the coveted seaport.
The continued successful defence or
the Tchatalja lines wou'.d strengthen
Turkey's diplomatic position, but her
defeat after prolonged fighting or bei
own choosing would Inflame the Bulgarians' desire to make a triumphal
progress Into Constantinople.
Popular clamor on 8olla is demand-
Ins more strongly each day that, thc
advance stop only at the Bosphorus.
Asking Too Much.
European military officers consider
the ternis of tbe allies harsh In one
respect, that la, that they compel an
unconditional capitulation ot Scutari
and Adrlanople, Instead of allowing
, the garrisons to march out with the
honors of war.
Two more chapters of the war are
reported--a .naval engagement off
Varna between the Turkish cruiser
Hamldleh and Bulgarian torpedo
boats, and the occupation of Fiorina
by the Greeks, l'he Bulgarians report
that they did great .damage to and
probably sank the cruiser. The Tur<<s
report that they sank two torpedo
boats, and that tbe crnlaor wai only
���lightly damaged.       |_.       ���
By the occupation of Fiorina which
Ilea aouth of Monnatlr. the Oreeks, according to the Athena report, have
cut off W.000 men of the rear guard
of the Turklth army retreating from
Monastir.
What Turkey Wanted.
Parle Nov. 21,���Aooording to the
Constantinople correspondent pf Par-
islene aays Naslm Pasha told the
plenipotentiaries that Turkey would
agree to an armlatloe only on the fol-
lowlnn terms:   . <* vd      ''..
"Thai the Bulgarians ahould not advance b^vond the present front: that
Turkey surrendering Adrlanople and
goulari wpuld bind herself not to send
relnforcemenu. ammunition or pro-
visions to tftow garrl*0M.1rat that the
Six More Interurban Cars Arrive
rail Switches Being Installed on
Sixth Street.
De-
JUDGE WARNS SIKHS
TO TELL THE TRUTH
Isshar    Singh,    Now   on    Trial,
Formerly in Body Guard of the
Viceroy of India.
was
RATEPAYERS NAME
THEIR CANDIDATE
Today   will   be the   fifth of Isshar
Singh's trial for perjury, and Its con-
A civil suit whicii involves certain
mining properties on Howe Sound,
iiiovvn as the South Valley properties,
has been started wilh the issuance ot
i .vrit by Mr. W. F. Han-iford", solicitor, acting on behalf of Mrs. F. J
Cleary, widow of the late Mr. Francis
J. Cleary, of this city, against Mr.
Hebert Aitkin, of Vancouver.
Thr defendant in the trustee for the
clalntiff and her son of monies received by him for the sale of the
South Valley properties, which was
put through a lev, weeks ago, the sum
of $226,000 being mentioned as the
purchase price.
The plaintiff alleges that Mr. Aitkin, the defendant, holds the interest
c�� the money under Instruments constituting a mortgage and ls therefore
sued for all monies in excess of $700,
these being securities said to belong
rightfully to him.
The defendant has retained eminent
counsel for his defence, this being the
law  Inn  of Tupper, Kitto & White
lbe case wfll probably be heard In
supreme court early ln December.
lUMPED FROM TRAIN
AND IS UNCAPTURED
Six more cars arrived In Vancouver
yesterday for the B. C. E. R. and wlll    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
be placed in operation on the interur-. elusion at this sitting Is a consumma-
ban Hues as soon as the trucks   and   lion devoutly to be wished by all con-
motors are adjusted. j cerned with the case.
This makes  eighteen  cf  the  ship-1    Mr. Justice Murphy waa moved to
ment of twenty-four received up    to  express himself ill severe terms whilst
date and the remainder are expected ! one of the Sikhs was giving evidence
to arrive within the next week.   One j yesterday.    His words  were to    thi
of the new cars is now In operation
on the Central Park line and according to the officials is giving every sat
isfaction.
Several of the old type of car ara
waiting to be sent to the shops for
general overhauling and the lnstalla
(ion of the mechanical apparatus
necessary for the operation of the
multiple-unit trains which the company ls planning to run in the near
future. The reason these have not
been sent to tive car shops before thl3
ls the fact that nearly every car is
required for the Increasing traffic ana
none could be spared from the run.
With the ordering of a hundred new
cars, which the company announced
early in the week, the people of New
Westminster will be In a position to
expect that several of the latest type
of cars will be placed on the run on
the local city lines. Heretofore the
practice has been to send here cars
from Vancouver which have been used
to a large extent on the city lines ln
the Terminal City, but with the rapid
extension ot car lines In New Westminster It ls understood that a certain
i percentage of the new order will be
brought to thin city when shipment
begins.
Yesterday a gang of workmen started installing the derail switches on
the Sixth street line which will
obviate any danger cf the cars getting
out of control and crashing down the
ateep Incline between Carnarvon and
Columbia streets. This work will be
of a temporary nature, as the companv in now perfecting plans for a
modern type of switch.
Mr. Alec Macpherson for Ward One,
Burnaby���Delegates to Convention Concerning Reeve.
Edmonds, Nov.    21.���The    opening
gun in the Burnaby municipal electiot
campaign    was    i'i red    last    evening
when at a well attended meeting or
the Edmonds Ratepayers Association
Mr. Alec Macpherson was unanimous
ly  endorsed  for  councillor of  Ware.
Two.   One other name only was men-
__     tloned, that of Mr. W. S. Rose,    tht
effect that unless witnesses spoke tho ! president of the organization, but bus-
truth there would likely be more com- j Iness and other reasons would not permitted for perjury.   Whilst, no doubt, I mlt Mr. Rose being In the Held so the
the expression was the fruit of   tlmj honor of leading forth    again.it   any
testimony  which he was listening to  other  would-be  councillor fall j  upon
at the time, It was clearly understood   Mr. Macpherson.
that the warning waB    Intended   for      The candidate was present and stat-
every Hindu witness connected with \ ed that he felt elated at being endors-
theso criminal trials. ^^^^^^^^^^
Today the evidence of Mokun Singh
and the other isshar Singh, convictc I
of the assault committed upon Dharm
Singh on August 14, 1911, will finish
the evidence. Afterwards counsel
wil! address the jury and Mr. Justice
Murphy will sum up.
The evidence given today was generally flat contradictions of the crown
ed by such a responsible bedy of ratepayers. He felt that more than haif
the battle vas already won.
Tbe speaker however mentioned
that his ideas of municipal work perhaps would not always agree with the
views of the association but no matter
whether he had gained the endorsa-
ticn or net, he v.as in the field as his
interests In Burnaby were such that
HOUSE ADJOURNS
UNTIL MONDAY
No Reference to Tariff Com'
missfon Bill or Redistribution in Speech.
Did Borden Assure Monk that Plebiscite on Naval Question Would
Be Taken ?���
Wsstmlnstsr   Man    Is'Charged   with
Forgery���Waa Being Taken to
Kamloopa for Trial.
NORTH BURNABY AND
MOTOR BUS SERVICE
Move   fcr   Half   Hour   Service   From
Hastings Road Terminus���Support Councillor MacDonald.
North Burnaby, Nov. 21.���The residents of North Burnaby are determin
ed to secure transportation whether ii
be by electric car or by motor bus.
At a well attended pieeting held thli
evening a special committee consist
ing of Messrs S. F. Munson, W. H
Holduin and H. ll. Morrison was ap
pointed to secure data with a view o;
forming a company which would oper
ate a half hour motor bus service from
Hastings Road to the Pole Line Road.
Mr. S. F. Munson remarked that
property In North Burnaby would go
up one million dollars lf a reasonable
service could be maintained hetween
the terminus of the car line and the
Pole Line Road..
Councillor MacDonald was endorsed
by the ratepayers and will probably
have little or no opposition In Ward
Five, Mr. A. Wilkes was endorsed
for school trustee.
witnesses and reiterated assertions of hc'could not Ignore the policy and the
the departure of Convict isshar Singh i program of the future council. If
for Vancouver on that eventful even- j elected he would see that the Edlng cf August 14, 1911, fraught with ; mond3 district would get Its share of
such dire consequencea for Mokun ' the work of improvements but he
Singh, Isshar Singh I, and Bogh Singh, would see that it would get no more
and now with the second ordeal of a than was due. He would not have
criminal trial tor Isshar Singh II. Well any fingers pointed at him aB work-
might the last named in reply to Mr. | ing for Edmonds alone and not for
Grant, crown council,  as to how ha  Burnaby.
fixed  the date, ruefully remark that
he had every reason to remember it.
That mendacity    is rife,    on some
side wholesale, and of a type that the
Some discussion followed the seleo
tlon of a candidate, regarding tin-
meeting, to be called within the nexl
few days, of delegates from  all the
lost archangel might not be ashamed : ratepayers associations In the munlcl
cf is evident. pality to nominate a candidate for tha
One witness stated that he saw and | reeveship. This suggestion was
heard Dharm Singh dictate a letter | thrown out by the McKay Association,
to another Hindu wllich was rendered   Messra C. R. Gordon, E. W. Seymour,
Iuto English by the latter, who stated
it was intended for the court next
morning and wanted a 10 cent stamp.
Counsel for the defence endeavored to
make out thi3 was the letter sent to
Chief Justice Hunter which probably
caused all these prosecutions for perjury.
Regarding the disappearance of a
witness who had gone to India another witness swore Dharm Singh had
given him $40, while others might
have given $1 and $2. Dharm Singh
was well off.
The prisoner, Isshar Singh, a tall
soldierly looking Sikh, stated that he
had been five years ln the viceroy of
India's bodyguard and left with a
good discharge which had been shown
there before.
Mr. Hopklnson, the interpreter, explained to a News man subsequently,
that the Viceroy's or Governor General's bodyguard ls composed of the
finest picked men for character anj
physique from the Indian cavalry regiments.
isshar Sipgh bad worked in Small
& Bucklin's yard and In the Walsh
Sash and Door factory; In the latter
for four or flve months, as his cheques
could show, and hls Hindu boss could
tell. If Mr. Law, the timekeeper. Bald
he had' only been there one week he
was mistaken. He repeated the teatl-
mony for which he ia being tried aa
a perjurer..
Another witness had mysteriously
disappeared and he could not flnd
him.
W. S. Rose. E. B. Stride and W. Mc
Currach were elected as delegates j
from the Edmonds district, with Instructions to report back to the association the result of the future meeting.
ulessrs H. Sworder and C. R. Gor-
lion tnd Trustee D. C. Patterson wero
nominated to meet other delegations
from the other districts in order to
select suitable candidates for the vacancies in the school board.
Chairman Mayne and Trustee Temple Cliff retire from the board and
have yet to state whether they will
again make the run,
It developed yesterday morning that
Uie man who made the successful
jump rrom a moving C. P. R. train
near Port Hammond while In the custody of Countable Blue, was William
Kendricks, of this ctty.
Kendricks was arrested here on
Saturday last by Officer Burrowa on a
warrant Issued at Lytton, charging
him with forging a cheque and cashing same wtth Mr. Hackney. of the
Lytton hotel early In July.
Kendricks Is alleged to have used
the name of Tom Itennie, the well
known lacrosse player, who, wben
seen yesterday, atated that be was
never in Lytton during the present
year. Mr. Hackney came Into Uie
city late last week and after seeing
Mr. Rennle, happened to run across
Kendricks, Identifying him as tho per
aon who walked away witb a ten
dollar bill belonging! to the hotel man.
Kendricks waa being taken to Kamloops to stand bia trial And bia escape
Is all the more remarkable aa he waa
handcuffed at the time he made the
���limp. So far, the provincial pol'ce
have found no trace of him, although
Ihey have scoured the woods ln the
vicinity ot Haney.
EARTHQUAKE CHOCK 18
REPORTED IN WESTMINSTER
Who felt the earthquake yesterday
evening about 5 o'clock T
Several people In the city reported
an occurrence of this nature, among
them being the officials of the B. C. E.
R. In the Columbia afreet depot, who
stated tbat tbe exact time was 4:68
o'clock. /
Whether the seismograph wlll denote any disturbance ln the equlll-
brum of the Paolflc coast remains to
be seen, but those who reported the
quake will have to he shown to tbe
contrary.
DltOOLUTION OF CAR     .
FENDER COMPANY SOUGHT
A writ Issued by Mr. W. F. liana-
ford, solicitor, on behalf of Mr. Robert
Purdue, against Messrs. Frank B.
Innis, E, J. Boughen, .Taint's Brooks
and E. J. Montgomery, has commenc
ed a civil action for the dissolution'
of the partnership of those Interested
lu the Pacific Car Fender company.
This company was formed several
months Rflfo following the Invention
by tho plaintiff, Mr. Purdue, of a
patent car fender which���was tried
with success on aeveral of the B. C.
E. R. olty cars.
Plaintiff bases his ilalm on the
grounds tbat articles of partnership
are alleged to have heen broken.
The case will come in supreme
court early next month and according
tc the defendants wlll bo contested as
far as tbe law allows.
A Resounding "Aye."
London, Nov. 81.���Tbe Pall Malt
Oarette describes Hon. louts
Coderre's triumph as a resounding
"aye" from Canada as to whether sbe
will participate In the naval defence
of the empire.
���fr
INDICT 6US��ECT
IN BANK ROBBERY
POWER COMPANY IS
TILLING CONTRACTS
Chicago. Nov. 21���James
Stacey. accused of complicity
In a bnnk robbery In New
Westminster. B.C., a year ago
last September, waa Indicted
here today on the charge of at-
t<��mptlnj to murder former
Lieutenant ot Police Burns,
when the latter placed him under arrest lu this city recently.
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Matchmaking. Plant to Begin Operations���Busy Scenes at B. C. Transport Company's Worka.
The llrst big power contracts obtained by the Western Canada Power
oompany In the city are now under
way and a large gang of mon ls at
work stringing the wires connecting
their lines with the plants of the Dominion Match company and the B. C.
Transport oompany.
The buildings at the match making
plant baVe all been treated to a coat
cf red paint, and with all tbe ground
cleared, present quite an attractive
appearance.
Tbe machinery for tbe operation ot
the plant ls arriving, but the super
lntendent, Mr. Archibald, wben aeen
yesterday afternoon, complained of
the slowness with whloh Mm* ot tbe
steam roads haul freight A contract
for 200 horse power haa been signed
up and the wires will be run Into the
building about Saturday morning.
Workmen are now Installing the machinery and, according to Mr. Archibald, It is only a matter of a few
weeks' time before tbe factory will be
turning out supplies fox. the western
and pralrle provinces.
Work, on the rock bunkers of the
B. C. Transport oompany Is proceeding apace and the electric Juice ia all
randy for turning on when the machinery ls ln plao. Motors using IK
horse power will be Installed at ths
start. b'<t as the work proceeds, this
lop'i will be Increased.
The Western Canada Power company Is angling for some larger contracts and e:;peots big developments
In the very near future for New Westminster and vlclulty.'
TWO MORE NAMES ON
DEATH ROIL Of MR
French Military Aviators Killed���Sapper Escapes���?qual!s and Breaking of Wing.
Rheims, France, Nov. 21.���Two aviators were killed in France today, one,
Andrew Frey, at Rheims, and the
other, Sub-Lieutenant Laurent, at
Etampes. Frey was well known on
both sides of the water. He finished
third in tbe international aviation
race at Chicago In September.
He was undergoing military training
today and had Just finished a regular
practice flight. He stopped bia engine
at a height of about 800 feet and
planed down beautifully unt.l within
15*0 feet of the ground. Then suddenly tbo right wing of tbe monoplane
shot up and the machine dropped to
earth.   Frey was badly crushed.
Lieutenant Laurent and Sapper
Cheuu were making a flight near
Etampes at a speed of 60 mllea an
hour when a squall caught the aeroplane as the pilot attempted to maki
a sharp turn, and it waa dashed into'
the ground wltb terrific force. Laurent
waa killed, but Chenu escaped with
alight injuries.
PORCUPINE STRIKE
Ottawa, Nov. 21���Referring to navaf
defence in tbe speech from the throne.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught aaid:
"During the paat summer, four members of my government conferred in
I^ondon with His Majesty's government on the question of naval defence. Important discussions took,
place and conditions have been disclosed which in the opinion of my advisers render it imperative that the
effective naval forces of the Empire
should be strengthened without delay.
"My advisers are convinced that it
is the duty ot Canada at this juncture
to  afford  reasonable  and  necessary
aid for tbat purpose.   A bill will be I
Introduced accordingly."
Borden Not There.
In the commons chamber the attendance waa a little above the average for an opening day, but there waa
not much ln the way ot hilarity, although the beat of humor prevailed.
Formal motions and the Introduction
ot new membera was the only business disposed of and no member of
the opposition apoke or put a ques
tion.
This may have been due to the fact
that Premier Borden was not In th*��
House either before or after tha members attended In the senate to hear
His Royal Highness read the speech
from the throne. In hia absence all
the formal motions were proposed by
Hon. Robert Rogers, and seconded by
Hon. Frank Cochrane and adopted
without comment
The Houae adjourned until Monday,
when the debate on the address wll,'
he taken up.
Tariff Commission.
The omission from the speech from
tho throne of any reference to tho
tariff commission biU which was killed last year by the senate would appear to be a practical confirmation ot
the rumor that baa been current for
some time that the measure would be
dropped for thia session.
No official explanation Is forthcon*
lng, but it la thought likely that the
government tears that the senate
would not change lta attitude toward*
the measure. The tact that the speech.
trom the throne contains no referencs
ot any kind to the tariff is taken to
mean that there will be no tariff revision of a comprehensive character
ln this year's budget although seme
minor changes will undoubtedly be
made.
The facr that there is no reference
ln the S'Cv oh to redistribution is also
taken to n ean that this measure will
not be bro.tght down thla session. It
is evidently not tbe intention of tbo
government to bring down a bill, at
any rate a definite decision may not
be reached until ini supporters havo
been consulted ln caucus. An indication tbat the sesalon will be a lively
one Is afforded by tbe preliminary
batch of questions. Considerably over
a hundred have already been place!
on the order paper.
Lemieux Little Batch.
Hon. Rodclphe Lemieux is the busiest member of the opposition, no   less;,
than twenty-one questions standing In
his name.   He aaka if Messrs. Morine..
Lake and' Duaoharne. of the publlc
service commission, have   completed
their labors and if their commissions
have   been   cancelled.   Mr. Lemieux
also wants to know if the   post office
department Is going to establish a parcels ayatem.   He alao wants to fln<F
out the truth in regard to tho Armani
Lavergne statement that he was offered a place tn the Borden cabinet, and
also the truth of the statement thai
(Continued on Page Four.)
GO AHEAD WITH ERECTION
OP HANDSOME BUILDINff
Tho oontrnct for the superstructure
ot the new bualneas block to be erected on the corner of Carnarvon and
Lorne streets Just aouth of the opera
houae for Messrs. B. B. Wetenhall, or
or
Three Mines Yield to Union Demand!
���Dig Ones Ctlll Working.
South Porcupine, Ont, Nov. Sl.���At
the end of the flrst week Of the strike,
the   Pearl   Lake,   Schumacher   and
Three Nations have yielded to   thd,v ^ f    ^..w.. ���...
union demands and are being allowed JSHT^^J* J2S��LvT* th*
to work.  They employ not m^ ��^j^i��WUSr9&J��
The Dome and Holllnger mille are
running and both have a few men underground, the Dome being la tbo
stronger position. At the Domsf Latyn,
McBnany and Holllnger, - carpenters
are working. Othera are abut down
tight.
The union haa drawn up a scale of
wages for mills and wlll do their best
to get those at Holltoger and Dome
ont but fea the properties are well
guarded, they have little chance of
reaching the men.    :,^^^^^^H
Charge Spanish Socialists.
Madrid. Nov. 21.���The Cortea waa
the scene of a stormy debate today.
Accusations were made by the Conservatives that Republicans and Socialists by their propaganda Instituted
suoh crimes at the assassination of
Canalejas. This obarge elicited indlg
nant denials from EmiUino Igleslas
and other Socialist Isadora, and expressions ot abhorrence of auch acta
*w*h ^H^^^H
The tender tgnre waa In the nelgb-
hood of 114,000, bet the building wlll
oost at least $30,000 When finished.
Thf eoatractora muat have their part
of the wort finished ty February 1.
The reinforoed concrete foundatlou
for the structure waa built somo tlm*
ago by Messrs. Sarith ft Whitaker.
contractors, pt th|a elty.
The plana call for the construction
of a fully modem als itorey bulldln*
with a spaoe at th* rear for aa alley
way. The main Soor wlll be laid out
to form a atorage and sales room for
automobiles and tea already been
leased to a Ann holding a motor
agency here.
The architecture wlll be of the renaissance style and the construction
material will be fireproof. The front
of the building ea Carnarvon ftreet
will be faced with Clayburn brick. The*
frame will be made otrona enough to
support two additional floors whicb
may be added later. PAGE TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILTr NEWS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
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Though battered and worn,   still   the
maxim holds good,
That the  road to success is to keep
sawing wood,
An apt illustration of which may be
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WANTED���MAN AND WIFE TO
Look after farm. For particulars
apply to F. Mandevllle, Mandevllle
Hlock, corner of Sixth avenue and
Twelfth street, city. (98)
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FOR SALE���FIVE-ROOM FURNISH
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Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 1 P . M. Wednesday,
Nov. 27, 1912, for moving bridge tender's house on Lulu Island.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The Schaake Machine Works, Heaps
Engineering Co. Ltd., New Westminster. B. C. (110)
TENDERS   FOR   CLEARING.
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Wanted���Teachers for all grades in
Public Schools, also one teacher of
Domestic Science. Applicants are requested to write, stating qualification3
and salary required, and must be prepared to undergo an examination by
the School Medical Officer if required.
Applications to reach the secretary's
���office by noon of Monday, Nov. 25.
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Secretary, Board of School Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C. (89)
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CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Notice to Holders of Registered Agreements of Sale.
Holders of Registered Agreements,
���who have not transferred their interest, are requested to make the Statutory Declaration, in order that their
names may be inserted in the Annual
Voters' Lists. Suoh Declarations
should be in the hands of the Clerk
not later than the 30lh day of November instant. The necessary forms
may be obtained on application at tho
municipal Hall.
ARTHUR G. MOORE, Clerk.
Kdmonds, B.C., November 6, 1912.
(37)
Notice re "Trades License By-law,
1912."
The City Council will meet on Wed
nesday, the 27th inst., at 8 p.m.. to
consider the "Trades License l!y-law
1912."
Business people and others interest
ed are invited to attend the meeting
and offer suggestions to the Council.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk
City Hail, Nov. 20th, 1912. (118)
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at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published In the
City of New Westminster, Issue a duplicate of tlie said Cert'ficate, unless in
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to me ln writing.
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Land Registry Office,
Now  Westminster, B.C.,  November
15, 1912. (95)
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AWFUL SCENES IN
UK CHOLERA CAMPS
Thousands Die Daily at San Stefano,
Where Soldiers Are Allowed to
Lay Unheeded.
Constantinople, Nov. 21.���Heartrending scenes of suffering and misery are enacted daily at the Turkish
cholera camp at San Stefano. The
correspondent of the Associated Pres^
accompanied by the secretary of a foreign embassy and by Majcr Clyde S
Ford, U. S. A., who is here on leave of
absence, paid a visit ther.e today.
Two Ottoman soldiers were standing on guard at the entrance to the
camp, but they made no move. Their
duty was to prevent those within the
cordon from escaping and not to hinder other people from entering.
A nauseating picture was witnessed
at the side of the railroads. The bodies which had been thrown from the
trains lay as they had fallen. Some
had struck on top of the embanx-
ments, others had rolled part of thc
nav down and some had reached the
bottom. Some of the corpses lay
stiffly alone. Others were ln groups
of three and fours. Around a one-
story stable at the foot of the .embankment was a group of sixty dead
and dying, lying close together on the
slones of a manure p'le which the
sick found softer than the hard
ground. One man on top of the pile
was digging with his fingers a sort of
trough in which to lie. The trough
soon became his grave.
A group of tents stood in the centre where four or five Turkish soldiers wearing the armpiece of thn
Red Crescent stood on guard. Inside
the sick and dead lay in groups.
The doctor on duty counted twenty-
two patients in one tent while double
that number lay outside, sheltered
from the wind by the canvas. Some
of the stricken men found difficulty in
getting into lhe Moslem position foi
prayer, looking toward the east. One
praying victim was so weak that he
could not replace his blanket around
hi3 head when the wind blew It off
The Red Crescent attendants mad--
no attempt to assist any of these suffering soldiers, not even placing
stones whicii were plentiful, under
their heads to permit them to lie
easier.
A n'-Tber   of   attendants   gathered
around  to  watch   what   the  visitors
were inspecting in the camps.   One of
| them became insolent and was order
ed off by the doctor.
A water cart drawn by a donkey
passed along the road. Those of the
victims who were able to rise to their
feet, went unassisted toward it and
struggled feebly for a dry-k. Those
unable to rise got none. In a similar
way what appeared to he army bread
was distributed to those able to reach
the place of distribution.
Several of the sickmen raised
themselves with difficulty and stumbled toward a well from which they
tried to dip water with their long
sashes wetting the ends and moistening their parched mouths with them.
There were hundreds of dead and
thousands of sick in this camp, many
of them lying on the open ground and
great numbers supporting their back3
against the bush bordering the open
fleld.   Most of them were deserters.
As an indication of how the cholera
Is raging In the Turkish ranks the
following despatch from the Daily
Mirror's correspondent, describing
conditions at the Catalja lines near
Coustantinople tells an appalling
story:
"The cholera horrors defy description. Huge piles of unburied victims
lie beside the road between Halem
keui and San Stefano, where a great
field has been set apart for cholera
patients.
"I have seen scores writhing in
agony near hundreds who had already
died. Forty-five trucks full of choiern
victims, many of them duad, reached
Contsantinople yeaterdoy. The Mosque of St. Sophia Is crammed with patients, some of thein feebly holding
out water bottles to passers-by from
behind the railings, begging them to
(111 them, but the people are too terrified to handle the Infected bottles. Al'
the gates are kept locked. Scattered
among the sufferers are uninfected
deserters, who are placed there by
way of punishment."
When one reflects on the statement
When onr reflects on the statement-*
made by Captain Ellis Ashmead Hart
lett, the correspondent of the Dail.
''"ingnirth with the Turkish forceH
and otlier unbiased press represents
lives, that Hie death from the choler..
in the Turkish rankH are now exceed
inn one thousand daily, and that oon
dltiruiH lu tiie camps nnd nt Constmit
nople are simply awful, there Is lutl
doubt tlmt tiie Turks, feeling thai 'he-
��� ������e baa ten bv disease if not by the
Bulgarians, will dually accept au>
reasonable conditions ot pence pro
posed liy the victorious Balkan allies
Describes Tuesday's Batle.
London, Nov. 21.���Martin II. Ponn
hue, In n long despatch to the Dail*
chronicle, describing Tuesday's batlh
says.
"The Turks wore fighting tt life nm'
lenth battle, and Na/.lm Pasha ha*
realized the seriousness of liis potr
'Ion. If the Bulgarians succeeded ir
breaking through the left and turning
���lie Turkish flunk, the enemv cotil,!
'���ssesH the main road to San Stefano
thus cutting the Turks off   from   thi
..aelte),
"Throughout Sunday, although ex
inied to severe punishment, the Turks
fought with far more steadiness tha,
at Lule Burgas. Their artillery wai
better served and the gunpe><. care
Colly husbanded their ammunition.
"On Monday I could see that tin
Turkish outer line of defences had
been abandoned and the Bulgarians
shelling the second line on which the
Turkish Infantry had retired. It wai
soon clear that the Bulgarians had
mounted guns in the captured positions.
"Then shrapnel began bursting over
the hills. Closer nnd closer swept the
storm of death, until It broke In a
fury over the Turkish camp.
"The Turkish line of defence at Catalja was a semi-circle   presenting   a
concave service to an attack. If the
centre was broken the two wings
would be isolated. Thia apparently
was what was happening. The Bulgarians had captured the outer line ol
defenses and established themselves
at the centre of the semi-circle and
were like a triangular wedge being
driven into the Turkish lines.
"I learned that the Bulgarians had
rushed the outer line at 1 o'clock in
the morning arter a feeble resistance
from the demoralized Turks and wero
now shelling the second line with the
object of terrorizing the Turkish infantry.
"During the day no infantry attack
was delivered, the redoubts being carried tinder cover of darkness at thc
point cf the bayonet. The Bulgarians
were still hammering away, weakening the Turkish defence and advanc- j
lng relentlessly on their objective��� I
the road to Constantinople.  '
"As   night   fell   an  ever-thickening i
stream of Turkish deserters was leaving the fighting line." j
Balkan Peace Terms.
Constantinople, via  Guergevo, Roumania, Nov. zl.���The terms of peac i!
offered to   Turkey   by   the Balkan allies are: i
The cession of the whole of Turkey
In Europe aB far as and Including the
Catalja lines ;the city of Constantinople to remain Turkish, but a friendly
entry of a portion of the allied armies
to occupy  the city  until   a   definite
treaty has been arranged.
It is said that the Ottoman cabinet
favors the acecptance of all the conditions except the cession of the coast
line of the Sea of Marmora and the
Dardanelles, and the entry of the allied forces into Constantinople. It
asks guarantees regarding the future
of Albania.
Diplomatists here are unanimous ln
thinking the future status of Albania
ls the more serious menace to European peace.
Wednesday's  Fighting.
London,  Nov.   81.���The   correspondent    ot the    Daily Mail    telegraphs
from   Constantinople   under   date   ot
Nov. 20, as follows:
"The balance in the fighting at the
Catalja lines today was distinctly in
favor of the Turks. The Bulgarians
did not suffer a defeat but received a
check. Their efforts to carry the
lines not having succeeded, they have
drawn back to Papas llurgas and further north. The Turks have advanced
to tlieir entrenchments.
Tliere is, however, a great difference between a successful defence and
a Turkish advance. The best the
Turks can hope to do seems to be to
bring the operations to where they
can enter upon negotiations.
The Saloniki correspondent of the
Post attributes the Turkish debacle
above all things to Inferior company
and regimental officers. He says that
the rank and file were fine fighting
material but instead of their officers
being old headmen of the villages in
whom the men had implicit confidence, the present-day officer is town-
bred, educated in military schools.
These officers, he declares, funked
openly and shamelessly. They were
scft and while working their men beyond human endurance, never attempted to share with them hardships
and privations. They had no Initiative and to their incompetence wa?
due the faiure of the commisariat service and the general lack of organization.
Servian Atrocities.
Vienna, Nov. 21.���The ternis offered to Turkey by the Balkan nations
are neither in form nor in substance
iincompromisinR. acordlng to informa-1
tion received from an authoritative
source in Sofia. They even leave the
door open to eventual modifications
by negotiations so that it may be aa
sumed that Turkey will accept then-
and a truce will be brought about.
The Reichspost sent Instructions lo
Lieut. Wagner, its   correspondent,   to
proceed to Prisrend but   the   Servian
Government   kept   him    from    goin,?
While staying at Nish, Lieut. Wttgnar
reports  that he  heard well  nigh   in-
rr"dil>!��   stories   of  barbarities    ccm-
j mitted by the Servian troops on the
j ' I ban lan 8,    A Red Cross doctor wlc i
I the Servian army told him:   'The Se
I vians gave no quarter.   All Albanians
i armed or unarmed, as well as tit" *���*)���
men and children, who fell into the'r
| hands, were mercilessly killed.    Gev
j eral  Stephanovitch. the Servian coir
j tnander had the Albanians captured at
| Kratova formed  Into two  rows   and
j shot dead with mnehine guns, the gen-
! eral    saying:     'We   must   extirpate
i these  Austro-Hungarian favorites.'
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CANADIAN PENNIES
PASS AS $10 COINS
CAPTAIN UNWIllING
TO LEAVE VESSEL
Seattle   Bank    Instructs    Tellers   to  Crew Had to Fcrce Commander From
Watch for Triple Gold Plate One-
Cent   Pieces.
Seattle, Nov. 21.���Similarity in appearance of the new Canadian $10
gold pieces and the Canadian penny
and the consequent danger of confusion of the two yesterday caused Vice-
President J. W. Spangler, of the Seattle National Bank to issue specliic
direction to the men at the windows
to look out for the penny.
Both coins are nearly alike in appearance excepting that the penny is
a trifle the smaller. The obver3e and
reverse sides of both coins are similar, excepting that the lettering is respectively "Ten Dollars" and "One
Cent." Both coins were minted this
year and at the same time. The penny
Is of unusually light.copper color, the
bust of King George being shown hi
relief on both coins, and the gold coin
is the first ever turned out by the
Canadian mint, paper currency having been the circulating medium
above the value of 50 cents.
Business men have ben warned of
an atempted fraud on the part of men
ln Canada who have triple-plated the
new Canadian penny with gold and
have floated the coins In ihe States
as $10 gold pieces, relying on thf.
hurry of business to successfully conceal the tell-tale lettering. It ls staled that a number of such coins have
been passed in the Pacific Northwest.
It was on account of the danger of
fared and the ease with which it
might be committed that local banks
have warned employees handling cash
to keep a sharp lokout for the belligerent from over the boundary line.
GRAIN MARKET IN
CONGESTED STATE
finking   Ship  When  Che  Was
Wrecked.
Terminal    Facilities    Inadequate    for
Million and Half Bushels Daily-
Growers Will Suffer.
Winnipeg, Nov. 21.���Grain men generally admit that the grain situation
In Vestern Canada right now Ib, to
say the least, not encouraging. The
market is overloaded here, the export
markets In the United States are con
gested and Liverpool is in the same
condition.
"What is the matter with the market?" was a question put to Andrew
Kelly, president of the Craln Exchange, this morning.
"Congestion," said Mr. Kelly. "This
is an insane policy of trying to force
150.000.0ro bushtls of wheat on the
market in three mouths and expect-
*lng us to take care of It. Going to th->
basis, the consumers can't take it
Liverpool is not inclined to tackle an}'
San Francisco, Nov. 21.���Five members of the crew of the barkentin^
Klickitat, which was wrecked near
i-ii|o, H. T., Nov. 9, en route from
Honolulu to Puget Sound, arrived here
today from Honolulu on the steamer
enterprise.
The Klickitat was overwhelmed by
a heavy gale off the high bluffs of the
Hilo shore. With the exception of j
Captain John Nelson, the nine members of tbe crew reached shore, pull
ing themselves hand over hand by a
line whicli had been thrown to Colonel
Sam Johnson, a wealthy planter, who
was passing near the shore in his automobile.
Captain Nelson refused to leave th.?
vessel and later was overpowered,
bound with rOpes and taken ashore by
two men who returned to the ship
after the storm had moderated. A few
moments later the barkentine sank.
The Klickitat, which was valued at
$30,000 was owned by Pope & Talbot, a lumber firm of this city.
ELOPFRO   COME   TO
CANADA   TO   MARRY
Srattle, Nov .21.���Balked at every
turn, Rigo Custodio, a Porto Rican
theatrical man from San Francisco,
and Taka Muraoka, his Japanese
sweetheart, are in Canada today.
The couple, who arrived ln Tacoma Tuesday and were arrested on
Information from the girl's father that
she was only 17, were released when
he wired that they should not be held
In jail. They came direct to this city
and make application for a license,
but the clerk had read about their ro
mance and declined to issue one without evidence that the girl was of legal
uge.
It Is reported that Papa Muraoka ls
coing north in an effort to coax his
daughter to return, and so the pair
continued their flight northward to
Vancouver, B. C, where they wUi
make another attempt to wed.
H. H. 8TEVENS SPEAKER.
Tells Canadian Club of London, Ont,
That This Is an Ideal Continent.
London, Ont, Nov. 21���Mr. H. H.
Stevens. M.P. for Vancouver, was the
speaker at the Canadian Club banquet
here last night. HiB address was on
the subject of fusing Eastern and
Western Canada Into one whole; tho
building up of a national spirit that
would tend towards the best and the
greatest country. He gave a brief resume of the possibilities of each separate province, and said that Ontario
was outstandingly the ideal province
in the Dominion. It held to what the
other provinces held to ln part.
How to bind the great parts of Canada in to one component whole was
the idea he dealt wilh mostly. This
world be consummated only through a
national Idea, a united citizenship, a
...,*,.va,... .��� ,..,. ...V..1.W.. .��� ,.,,,*.. u>, i sound commercial policy for thewholo
such proposition. The British millers Dominion and a common social, educa-
want wheat, but they don't want to tj0���ol aud ethical standard. He de-
buy their year s supply in a day. Our dared against separate schools, and
farmers must make provision to store for the exclusion of Asiatics
their grain or take the consequences, '
that Is low prices."
Mr. W. A. Matheson of the Lake of
the Woods Milling Company, confirmed Mr. Kelly's views.
"It simply can't be done," ho said.
"There is no grain market in existence that can absorb 1,500,000 bushela
of wheat a day. The greater the facilities provided for moving the crou
to Europe, the worse will be the result, under present conditions. It Is
not a logical reason because our people are bound to sell that othera must
buy. It would be Just aa reasonable
to expect a man to buy all hla groceries fcr a year in a day or all his
dry goods ln a day to expect the millers of the world to buy their year's
wheat in sixty days.
"Take today's receipts, 1600 cars or
so, nearly two million bushels. The
available storage at the lake head Is
only now between five and seven million bushels. Tliere were last week
15.000.nn0 bushels in stock, though
the total elevator capacity ls somo 27,-
000,000. Grades and Wns greatly re
duce the actual storage. Well, any
one can see whore we nre.
"I expect receipts w.lll drop very
suddenly and soon but the present
weather Is eminently favorable to
their Immediate Increase and If so
the blockade Is here."
Mr. O. R. Crowe, when Interviewed,
"You ask my opinion regarding the
movement of grain from this crop. In
mv Judgment, this country has been
^seised with the Idea that the crop
should bn marketed within two
months, when the marketing should
be spread over at least eIght months
If the producer is to receive ��nythlng
kea fair value for bis grain. AU
the past season, newspapers have been
fuU of pronhecles that the transpor
Zol facilities of the country would
be badly congested and he railroads
have been called upon to make ex
traordlnary efforts to expedite the
moving of grain east wards, with the
"esult thst the shipments hsve been
[arger than the buying power and the
nevltable result Is, In my Judgment,
Ihai The famer. have ��o.t anywhere
on T.cecouniof th. short snptfy ��
E�� ofthf nStsd States.   The east-
FOSTER   SAILS   FOR   HOME.
Is Much Pleased With Hochelaga
Election���Returning for Session.
London. Nov. 21.���Hon O. E. Foster
sailed for home on the steamer S*
Louis yesterday In order to he present
during the question of the1 Canadian
naval policy. He expressed great satisfaction at the return of Hon. Louis
Coderre in Hochelaga, saying that his
election had been triumphant
"This gives a striking indication of
the sentiments of the province of Quebec," he said, "In reference to the government's new policy. The electors
have evidently approved of the Idea
that something should be done for the
raval defence of the Empire; although they are not in possession of
the details they voted overwhlemlngly
th favor of the principle."
FRONTIER   SETTLEMENTS
SECURING   PHYSICIANS
Victoria, Nov. 21.���Steady progress
<s bein-? made by Hon. Dr. Young In
supplying medical practitioners to
frontier settlements under the partial
subsidy system. Physicians are now
required for Stewart, Queen Charlotte and Ho"e, and It is expected
thnt these will shortly be found.
A supply has Just been Secured by
Dr. Callanln to take charge of his
scattered Cariboo practice during hls i
attendance at the session of Perils-'
ment and yesterday the appointment
was confirmed of Dr. Hugh Watt, bb
resident physician st Elko.
HEIR TO AUSTRIAN THRONE.
Archduke Charlea Francia Joseph Hss
First Son.
Vienna, Nov. 21.���At Reichenau,
near Vienna, a prospective heir to thc
Imperial and royal thrones of Austria and Hungary has been born. Thn
infant Is the flrst child of Archduke
Charles Francis Joseph and Archduchess Zlta, who were married In
Oct. 1911.
Owing to the fact that Archduke
Francis Ferdinand, the next heir to
the throne, resigned the right of succession of the children born to him
from hls morganatic marriage with
the Duchess of Hohenberg, tno next
In line for the throne Is Archduke
Charles Francis Joseph, whose flrst
\>orn son came Into the world early
yesterday morning.
Emperor Francis Joseph was acquainted with the news on awakening
beforo the dawn of the day. He prom-
were more Interior iwrasv. ���������- ���; .***A to go to Rlchen&u to aet as god-
railway stations knd on the farms, father to tbe child. Archduke Charlea
providing means of csrlng for the Francis Joseph and Archduchess Zlta,
eron after it has hben threshed and who made a love match last summer,
allowing It to be pliosd upon the con- were ahle to carry through thetr presuming markets M it Is required, the ject of marriage by the aid of the Em-
farmer would COMAlUly profit by the peror, who frequently says he wlehes
process" the >'ouns��r generation to be happy.
Dress Goods and Silk Departments
Had The Crowds Yesterday
*-Bmaas^mxamaaamBma3aaa*-mmmamaamaaaamaaaaaatammma*m-*aaa**m*mammawamaaDaaa
Again Today the Same Cut Prices Prevail. It's an opportunity you will not have again this year to buy new
merchandise at such low prices.
IT MEANS BIG SAYINGS FOR YOU ON YOUR WINTER ATTIRE
Our Huge Stock of Silks Divided Into
Four Lots As Follows:
Lot No. 1
Peau de Soie; regular 50c for
29c
Lot No. 3
Lot No. 2
Tamoline Taffeta   Pongee,   silk   and
satin finish; regular 75c for	
Beautiful qualities in Satin Messaline,
and Taffetas; regular $1.00 for ..
69c
Lot No. 4
Extra flne qualities In Shot nrlace
Taffetas, Figured Foulard, Peau de
Soie and Duch jb Satin; regular |l.'i'Qftf
Tremendous Reductions in Dress Goi
Lot No. 1��� Lustres
In cream,   sky,   pink,   cardinal, ram
navy and   black;   regular   45c;  /SP
Lot No. 2���Serges
40 inches wide,   Priestley   all   wool;
Copenhagen, cream, brown, navy jr
and black; regular    price   75c; tV%f
tor ���/*'
Lot No. 3���Panamas
All wool, 50 ir. iies   wide,   in   cream,
navy    rd blac. Serges  (Priestley's):
many shade;; plaids,   shepherd *.***
check, cashmeres, wool, batistes S \T
and poplin setts; regular 86c for ******
Our November Home Furnishing Sale
Is gathering force each day, bigger bills going out, more goods being
laid aside for future delivery (we store them free of charge till Christmas)
FURNITURE
All our cut prices on Furniture for our Home Furnishing Ssle continue for the balance of the mouth. Buy your Christmas presents
now; we hold them for future delivery.
$7.75
fOB THK DRESSER
Kitchen Queens $4*00
Kitchen Tables -$2.00
Bedroom Tables $1.50
CARPETS
The balance of tha month we will seniles Brussel Carpeting at .... $1.23
��1.66 Brussel Carpeting st         91.43
$100 Brussel Carpeting at  ....$1.76
Very speelsl offer on Wilton Carpeting���We wlll make and' lay an/
$2.(0 pattern you may select st the unprecedented low price of, per
yard .., *���;...  .' ....$2.00
*���
WE   PURNISH   YOUR   HOME   COMPLETE
All   our    Christmas Toys
are on the lower floor.       _,
Madams Taylor will tasks
yew dresses. Tabs elevator
to fourth floor.
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J PAGE FOUR
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.     ���
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Hundred   Dead   in   Coast   Towns
Jamaica Alone���Greatest Tidal
Wave in Century.
of
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
LINKS THAT BIND.
Today the Vaucouver cadets who,
everywhere In the southern hemisphere, have been received as representatives of Canada, leave Auckland
for home and today Westminster will
greet. t#e' Visiting Australian rugby
footballers.
Of recent years tours by sportsmen
or military cadets of one part cf the
���empire to another have boen on the
increase, and a corresponding improv-
ment in Inter Imperial understanding
has been wrought, very largely by this
method.
We have heard much of the ties ol
blood and even of those of trade, but
there are no ties stronger to bind gigantic heap at the sollth of a gnlly
than are those to be found in that where the largest number of bodies
goodfellowship and understanding were recovered. An American tourist
among those who follow tho same '��� who happened to be in that town tat*
�� ing  the   hurricane   sa.d   forty  bodies
sports. | f,a j ijeen recovered up to the time of
Wherever the British   races   have  ]���-8 departure.
made their homes across the seas they      At Green Island, IS miles southeast
have carried with them their games ot''""'a-,hs   American   said    thera
..... ...     ,     , ,   ! was much wreckage ashore and afloat.
and  that love of fair play in manly , but no BJgu of , ffi ro.,,d ,)e dl30ernedp
sport which is in a large measure ro-1    At Lucea   ten   (lend   bodies   wer.:
sponsible     for   the     uprightness   of  found directly after the    storm   hae1
public life to be noted alike in the  subsided^ ^	
Homeland and in the great dominions, j
Kingston, Jamaica, Nov. 21.���The
official estimate of the dead in the
hurricane and tidal wave that visited
the western part of Jamaica places
the number at more than 100 in the
coast towns alone. Details gradually
coming in indicate great devastation
in the western section.
Practically all lighters, coasting
sloops and small craft in the harbors
of Green Island, Montego, Lucea and
Savannah La Mar foundered and largo
proportions of the crews were drown-
HOUSE ADJOURNS
UNTIL MONDAY
(Continued from page one)
Mr. Monk received an assurance from
Mr. ttorden before retiring from thi
cabiuet that a plebiscite would hs
taken before a contribution to the
British navy would be decided upon.
F. B. Carvell will ask if Miss Nantel
has been appointed to the Canadian
agency in Paris, what salary she re-
i ceives and by whom was she rccoia
mended.
Hon. Charles Murphy will ask how
many citizens   of the United    States
have been employed by   the   govern
ment since November 1, 1911.
Affects British Preference.
The first resolution on the order
paper is by Mr. E. M. MacDonald, ot
Pictou, as follows:
"That in the opinion of the House
the Britisli preferential tariff should
only apply to goods brought direct to
Canadian   sea-
"RONNIE BURR" in her itinerary has not yet taken in New
U Westminster, so she will not appear at THE POPULAR
SHOE STORE this week, but we have other attractions���Come
and see.
ed.    Many persons    living    in these
towns lost their lives in the collapse j Canada by ship to a
of buildings. iport."
The houses of the American coloni' j Bills which private members pro-
at Montego were badly damaged, but j pose to Introduce include acts respect-
no casualitles are reported. The gov- ��� ing the pollution of navigable waters,
ernor general of Jamaica, Sir Sydney ; use of flags, amendment of the bank
Oliver,   reached  Montego   bay   today j act, amendment of the criminal code
and found conditions so direful that
he immediately ordered the dispatch
of several hundied additional tents
and large quanties of food supplies
from Kingston. The railway lines are
working within twenty miles of Montego bay, but the telegraph lines are
disorganized.
The tidal wave at Savanna La Mar
was the highest in a century. On?
coasting vessel was washed half a
mile up the main street. It is said
fnllv 95 per cent, of the houses were
blown down during the hurricane. The
principal hotels were unroofed as
were all the churches and the railway
depots.
The sea swept over the streets in
tlie lower section of the town and
rows of dwellings were piled up in a
CANADiAM
LONDON THE UNCONQUEP.ED.
In the past three hundred years of
Europe's history almost every world
capital has trembled as the footsteps
FLOUR   HA3
DEMAND IN  EN'
LAND
Ottawa, Nov. 21.���Trade Commissioner .1. Hi. Ray rencrts a demand for
Canadian flour in England. Inquiries
are bein? made for bard wheat flour,
of tbe.ufc* of some  hereditary   na- ��&"�� lart^ importer asserts   that
there is certain to be a heavy demand
tional enemy thundered along to her  for the Canadian product, as the quan-
gates. I tity and quality of British and conti-
In the wars of  the  past, the   con-  "ental wheat are not up to the aver-
querlng national cry, "On to Paris,', as.e. t.1"i>i?ar'. ���   .      , ,     .
.,   ���    ���    '    ��� ��� .. '   !     It is believed that enhanced prices
"On to Herlin, On to Moscow, On , will be obtainable by the Canadian
to Madrid," "On to Rome," "On to millers and that the midland counties
Vienna," or "On to Constantinople," , would be relying more than usual on
has resounded on the roads of almost ^ipments from Canada. This year's
,,   , ,. ,        .   ,        _ ....   production of England and Wales (3
all of Kurope b capitals      Some great  estimated at SG per cent. No estimates
national cities, in fact, have been   In- ftom Scotland and Ireland have been
vaded many times. Since Rome began, '��� published
the footsteps of perhaps a sccre   of
invading armies have swept along the
Appian way.    Constantinople   herself,
pow within a few weeks of being  reconquered by Christian nations  after
four or five centuries ot Mutoiu danism, has Boen more   than one   sle.r, i' men were run over on the Moose Jaw
ahd more "than one conqueror. | division of the 0, P. R. today.    Two!
Every world capital   but   one-our I are dtad  while  the other iB    dying. I
own London���bu been captured nud  One. supposed to be William  White. I
i  i
and the introduction of a bill "to encourage and assist the improvement
of the highways."
Hon. R. H. Emerson has given
notice of a resolution declaring that
in view of the general feeling throughout Canada that express rates are intolerably high, the railway board
should make a thorough investigation
of the whole question of freight rates,
covering dividends paid by the companies for the past five years, with a
view to remedying conditions now
complained cf.
APPLE TREE FANCIES
SPRING IS HERE AGAIN
We are out of the High Rent District.
We have the Greatest Variety of Footwear in Westminster.
We have the LOWEST PRICES FOR GOOD GOODS in Westminster.
We have the Most Courteous and Attentive Salesmen you
can get anywhere.
We are after you with a long stick called VALUE.
We have all the best makes for you selection.
A FEW EXAMPLES
LADIES'
Light and Heavy Boots, 30 different kinds.   See these.
Chilliwack, Nov. 21.���Apple trees in
bloom in the month of November are
a rarity in this section cf the globe,
but Messrs. Edy and John on the Gib
son road, East Chilliwack, have an
aenle tree in full bloom which Is ex
citing the attention of the farming
community hereabouts.
Nothing abnormal has ever heen
noticed about the tree in the past, It
having borne its full quota of fruit
��� i average 3ize in the proper seasons.
TO INTRODUCE
MADAME BEAUCHAMP
MODISTE
A discount of 23 1-3 per cent, will be
given on all crders.   This discount is
for ten days only.
EVENING GOWNS A SPECIALTY.
Room 6
Collister Block
$1.95
LADIES' FELT SLIPPERS, Solution Soles
All  Sizes
55c
MEN'S
Light and Heavy Boots, 20 different kinds.    Your pick
$1.95
Kiddies Gum Boots $1.95
Misses' Gum Hoots   $2.23
Ladies' Gum Boots   $27.i
Men's Gum Boots  $2.93
GENT'S  STORM   RUBBERS
ALL  SIZES, 75c
KIDDIES' BOOTS
30 different kinds.   Your choica
95c
8 DIFFERENT KINDS
OF SHOE POLISH
All Half Price
CHRISTMAS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY
DEPOT FOR LECKIE'S BOOTS, SLATER BOOTS, AHREN'S SCHOOL SHOES. LARGEST VARIETY
OF RANCHERS', LOGOERS' AND PROSPECTORS' "HI CUTS" IN THE CITY. SOLE AGENT FOR
NEW  WESTMINSTER  FOR  THE V/ORLD FAMOUS "K" BOOTS.
NOTE ADDRESS
The Popular Shoe Store
641 FRONT STREET
Open Evenings till 9 p. m. so that we can Accommodate Everyone.
i
TRAINS KILL THREE  IN
C. P. R. MOOSE JAW DIVISION
Moose Jaw. Sask., Nov. 21.���Three
held by enemies of a differei t race [Regina, was ren over near Grand
and tongue, and that within modern j Coulee and died in the hospital at
times. When William the Conqueror j Pense. A. U. Prossie, a brakeman of
marched into London at the end of, Moose Jaw, was run down while try-
the dark ages, with his continental lng to jump on a moving engine ai
barons and their followers, '���* marke.f I Herbert, and died at Pense.
the last time oreign enemy's trr^ps I The third ls supposed to be D. Cook,
should marcl jwa the streeta of the I of Grand Coulee, and he stepped In
imperial city. And hardly can v'il-1 front of a westbound passenger train
liam and his men be considered cou -j i. mile west of Regina. Doctors at-
(luerors, in the after light of history, tending him pny that he cannot live,
for we, ourselves, are now more than i In each case the victim only was    to
descendants of William and his men,
than of the Saxons whom ne super
seded.
London is the only world capital
that remains unconquered throuph tho
ages, nnd we. are. the only people
whose imperial capital has not bowed
to a foreign hordo of invaders. The
heritage of being the only unconipicr-
rd nation of modern times is a valuable one.
blame for the fatality.
Race Suicide in Berlin.
Berlin, Nov. 21.���The Kaiser's capital '.a the champion race suicide city
in the world, vas. in effect, the declaration of Dr. Julius Wolf the noted
German statistical -.<utKrity in tlu
statistical eeniress whi..',i has just
dosed a week's s> isna here,   stati
I tics show that while ttiJ filing birt>
On the British fleet of today, just i rate of Paris from 1*80 M 1,110 wn*
rb on the fleet in the time of Eliza-17.6 per cent., tliat of Berlin wta S.I
beth, this prestige rests, and in the Not only has the b'rth rate In Per
upkeep of thnt fleet Can; la has a I Iin fallen more than that of Pnrin, but
duty. I'pon the fleet alone rests thr j It is greater than that of any other
safety of the only unconquered world large cily
capital   the  earth   possesses.-Ottawa
Free Press.
BOOM IN DRY DOCKS
AT CANADIAN PORTS
Montreal, Nov. 21.���The advent of
the floating dry dock Duke of Connaught at Montreal and the proposed
const ruction of a government dock at ster road
Levis coincide with what seems to be
a boom In dry dockB at Canadian ports
Westminster Road Paving,
\'f'"-*:i. No-. :m. -Mon. Thos. Tay
Ior left last nlghl for the Mainland on
official business, He will ni'i- it-
talie advantage of the opportunity to
again dtscnia with South Vancouver's
authorities the i|"ostlon ��8 to whal
paving sliall be used on the WeBtmlft-
Watch
East Burnaby
Eeautful view corner, cleared, 1
block from Sixth street, only
$900.   Extra good terms.
8 acres, all in garden or orchard, an ideal subdivision, ona
block from King's Highway,
$18,000.
Orchard lot, 45 x 100 feet, two
blocks from car, $750; $50
cash, $15 per month.
Warner, Bangs & Co.
Phone 1024.
Coldicutt  Blk.      East  Burnaby.
fr*    ptastt* LADIES'
ffl 7k plain
III    Itl TAILORED
T ��� ��� ��� r suits
CLEANED and PRESSED
Ladies' and   Gents' Suits  dved
 $3.00
Overcoats Cleaned and Pressed
 $1.50
New Velvet Collar  75c
We do repairs at a small additional charge.
ROYAL CITY DYERS
and CLEANERS
345 Columbia St.      Phone R27S
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS GET OUR PRICES ON
Lumber Lath and Shingles
BEFORE YOU  PLACE YOUR ORDER ,
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
'THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
Fraser Mills, B. C. Telephone 890
generally.
It is announced that Norton Griffiths
& Co. has made arrangements to ac-
���quire the charter of the Imperial Dry
Dock company, which was under consideration large extensions of its
original program, which consisted
only of the construction of the dry
dock at St. John. Application Is to
be made to the Dominion government
for a contract to build a dock 1150
feet In length, which, it Ib believed,
will be the largest dock in the world.
It is further contemplated to develop the presont ship repairing plant
Into a ship building plant and to
found iron and steel works on a site
to bo reclaimed adjoining tbe dry
dock.
k
Police Chief.
Saskatoon, Nov. 21.���William H.
���Springer, who for the paat fourteen
year' was connected with the St. Paul
Minn., detective force, was appointed
chief of detectives by the police com-
m4M0tm��<v( Saskatchewan ' yesterday.
THe will enter on Ms duties at once.
Whnt to Take.
The HKy I* Lihio and UluufllesS, let*.
Thn min Ik bright anil yellow,
But take no rbance*; take Inptenrt
Vour tried and  true umbrella
-Detroit N..-WS.
It Just Lapsed.
"Ven, I wns otu-e engaged to n duke."
"And what cruel obstacle cume between two loving hearts'/"
"Oh, nothing particular. We Just let
the option expire."���Washington Herald 	
Toe Gsntts.
Lady Visitor���That new girl of yours
seems very nice nnd quiet.
Mistress���Yes. she's very unlet. flh��
doesn't even disturb the dust when
she's cleaning the room.-Cl.V-ago .lour-
mil. 	
On ths Menu's Brim,
The quail or reedblrd where we dins
ls English aparrow, w�� opine.
And it Is uollilns more.
���Burlojitletd Union.
E. H. BUCKUN, N. BEARDBLKB,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.        Vice-President
W. V. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. Kid Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 877.
SMITH AND PULMAN
From Broad.vay, New York, ln a very  entertaining   and   graceful   dancin;
act at the Royal theatre today.
BURNABY
_     11   i ���   -
DOUGLA5 ROAD
CHEAP BUY
2 Room House and Lot 52 x 109 in
splendid location. Price only $950
One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months.
The Peoples Trust CaJ?
451 Columbia Street
PHONE 669
$ f
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE  FIVE
WELCOME VISITORS
FROM SUNNY SOUTH
V/aniahs Visit City and Fraser Mills
Today���Mayor Lee Presides at
Banquet.
Although bul a short time was allowed the committee to make prepara
tlons, everything was fixed up last
evening to recive the Waratahs, the
Australian rugby team whicli will pay
a visit to New Westminster and the
Fraser Mills today.
The visitors will leave Vancouver
on n special car of the B. C. E. R. at
10 o'clock and should arrive here about
11 o'clock. At 11:30 a luncheon will
be tendered them at the Royal Cafe,
the chair being taken by his worship
Mayor l.ee.
At 12.30 the team will again board
the car for the FraBer Mills where
they will be taken in hand by Mr. W.
S. Rogers, manager of the Canadian
Western Lumber company, and taken
through the largest lumber mill in the
world.
If timo will permit the Waratahs
will hold a practice on the Queens
park oval but this lias not been decided.
The luncheon this noon is open te
all sportsmen and In fact anyone interested in athletics. Members of the
cltv council and other progressive
bodies have promised their support to
tlie movement and If the fair name
of the Koyal City as the western base
for nil kinds of sport is to fostered
a large turnout should be witnessed.
house a week from tonight of the
"Brixton Burglary," an amusing play
which the St. George's Amateur Dramatic Bociety Is staging for the benefit of the club.
������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� RUGBY  NOTES. ���
��� ���
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(By J. G.)
That the Westminster flfteen should
figure at the foot of the six teams in
the Miller Cup Beries shows a condition of affairs that Is disappointing to
all Royal City lovers of rugby is undeniable. But the true condition of
matters are worthy of constderatlou
ln explanation. When Westminster
started out at tbe beginning of the
season they had an aggregation that
almost any team any wbere would
iiave considered a joke. Since then |
many things have been done and the
improvement that has been worked
among their forwards is phenomenal.
Last Saturday they overran the Highlanders for three-fourths of the game.
They packed, screwed and used their
feet in a way that gave one the impression tbat they are a great pack
"in the making." They were very
badly served by their back division.
The three-quarters, for some reason
or otlier, considered that it was their
bounden duty to get rid of the ball
somehow and a more pitiful exhibition of "lob" passes, fumbled passes,
forward passes and lost opportunities
hai probably never been witnessed.
Until the Westminster backs have
some Idea where to stand and how to
pass, the forwards would be well advised to get the ball and stick to it,
trusting to their weight and cleverness and foot-work to gain ground.
The inestimable value of "feet" is beginning to be understood in Westminster rugby circles and the day may
not be far diBtant when the spectre of
five or six Westminster forwards coming down the field "hell for leather"
may become as disconcerting to tha
Vancouver tea'ma aB a Scots forward
rush is to the greatest teams in the
world. A tight screw, forcing the ball
through among your own feet, and
opening up when the other fcrward3
are split ud and brushed aside, follow-
| cd by a steady dribble from man' to
man. each keeping on side and con-
; verging towards any attempt at interception will make more ground than
I the finest cross-field passing in the
i world. You, Westminster forwards,
get the ball and stick to it; don't attempt to pick it up: keep it at your
feet and sweep down on the opposiggj
Hne, When you get close to the goal
of your opponents always screw your
scrums towards the centre of the
field. When you do heel out, and
never do so unless you get the word
Columbian cclleFO and the 104th I from your half-backs, do so at once,
re sime!) tal basketball teams will mix ' and like lightning. Don't give the op-
mntifrs in the couege gym this even-1 posing half-back a chance to get
ing this being the weekly league j round and be on the top of your own
tame of the cltv league. Both teams | man before he gets the ball. On Sat
liave yet t<> be really extended and if I urday last, as before indicated, tho
thev  Mshfo make a bid for leader-1 three-quarters so far   as   combination
���who is left uncovered and beautifully(
placed for attack.
In passing, Bloomer haB no peer, his
specialty in this line being the taking
of the ball In the air and slde-glancln;
lt to his outside man with unerring i
skill, always with the outside of his
right foot. He can get up to head a
ball better than any forward I know,
and his timing of its flight is always
perfect."
Bowling at Y. M. C. A.
This evening the big bowling game
between the dormitory boys and the
school teachers will be the feature
event at the Y.. M. C. A. Hand ball
will be Introduced for the first time
this year, and a good line of champion aspirants will be cn hand to take
part in the proceedings. As this is
in the nature of an Innovation to the
local institution all those who are interested are cordially invited to attend.
JIMMY GIFFORD
A member of the Salmon Hellies, who
was operated upon at the hospital yesterday morning. The lacrosse fans
and his fellow business men all join
in wishing bim the best of luck for a
speedy recovery.
SALMON BELLY UNDERGOES
SERIOUS OPERATION
Jamee GlfTord, the well known defence player of the Salmon Bellies lacrosse team, who underwent a serious
operation early In July, was again
cperated uron yesterday morning at
the Royal Columbian hospital.
Jirnmy recovered from the first illness syid was alive and kicking, but
decided, on the advice of his
physician, to again go under the knif��
in order that hls appendix might be
removed.
Reports from   th0   institution    late |
la3! i vening elicitrd the news thrit the I
patient was in a satisfactory state and
an early'recovery-was promised,
land, at Swansea.
Saturday, March 15���England vs.
Scotland, at Twickenham.
Monday, March 24���Ireland va.
France, In Ireland.
ln addition to these, there are English trial matches (designed, of course
to help the selectors to choose Eng
land's fifteen} at Twickenham on Dec.
7, and in the North on Dec. 21. Ihat
means that from the middle of November untll th'e end of the season
there will only be five Saturdays on
whicii International football will not
engage attention.
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COLUMBIAN COLLEGF. PLAYS
104TH AT BASKETBALL
ship tiie flreworlti had better be kept
dry tor early explosion.
The collegians have been putting ln
a good deal of practice during the
nast week, the scrubs turning out In
full fcrco in order that the seniors
mljrht be In the pink of condition, so
went were shocking. Each d'.d plucky
saving and there were several good
tackles and kicks, but scores ol certain trys were thrown away by rotten passes, worse muiTs and senseless
throw-ons. Further, fly kicking by
good backs ls unknown. Practice th^
short quick pass that has made the
that, counting on the militiamen put-1 short quick pasi
ting up a good argument, the   game ! Welsh three-quarters   and   their  lml-
should be one   of   the   best on   the   tutors, the   Springboks,  the   greatest
schedule.                                                      j threewiuarters  In  the   world.      All a
A fast prelimInarv between the sec-1 E����d three-quarter baa to do ls to bear
ond five of both aggregations will   bb ' *���'- ""��� ,"l����� ��-��"�����- *****
staged at 8 o'clock, followed by   the
seniors at 8:45.
Tbe college flve wlll consist of the
following: Smith nnA Marwood, forwards; Wheeler, centre; Cameron and
Hoult, guards.
his own man and draw another and
pass on to his wing following on and
keeping on side to receive the return
pass if it is necessary. In one more
particular Westminster were weak on
Saturday. Their full-back would in
slat on K'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__
ters.    A big punt and a speedy for
Here is Peter McWilliam's opinion
if Steve Bloomer, the great old country football player:
"Stephen Bloomer, England'3 niosi
honored player, with Crompton's exception Js to England what Walker Is
to Scotland. Fcr a decade no Engliah
team was considered complete unless
Steve waa included. No other Englisa
player served his couhtry better in international matches, and it iB really
wonderful to think that he is still en
gaged in first-class football, although
it is 20 years or so since he made ' i
debut. Bloomer's great feature is hia
deadly shooting, l do not mean to iu
fer that he Is vantiiu? In any other de
partment���far from It���but I do think
ue excels in dom of goal
Np hns found the net well over 200
times, and is easily top scorer for Eng
land ln international matches. He is
tne most dangerous man in front oi
goal I ever played against. He takeb
the ball first time with deadly accur
acy. He uses either foot with equal
facility, and keeps the ball about a
foot from the ground. He cannot be
allowed the least latitude in front of
goal, for he rarely misses any opportunity.
A very profitable move of Steve's is,
when going at full a^eed up the right
and bavlng drawn the opposition towards him, to double bacK   suddenly
Pioneer Renovatory
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only  50s
Gent's and Ladies' Overcoats cleaned
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Four club suits per month $1.5C
All other prices reduced accordingly. Orders called for and deliver-
2d promptly.
M. GISSCHEN, Proprietor.
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*y.       A lieil"    lllli-uuu.i    nuuiu     iu- I
getting close to his three-quar-  and swing the ball to hia outside left
I ward world have been past him befors
��� ������������������������������������������������   he  could have  turned.    Good   backs
��� STRIKES AND SPARES.       ���such as Bancrort, cf Wales, and Mc-
- - ��'- -$$��������������������! Gregor, of Ssc'.'und. always stood well
��� ������������������     ^^^^^^^^
In the house league last evening
Captain Lane's Urlckmakcrs took
three straight for Frank Ayerst'si
Spareribs.   The score:
Bri comakers���       I
Brassith 116
Wintemute 101
Veomans.j 114
Hayden 137
Lane
.145
2
144
133
122
120
163
619
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Spareribs���
Minnehan   U
McLeod 129
Harris 102
.Sullivan 123
Ayerst 110
693
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106
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back, so that no fortuitous long kick
would catr.h then nniplng. It i^ the
firm belief of Uie v-rit-"- that taking
into account the linru uvement thai
has been trade dur'.:,,' the last two
mot.tha tho Westm'astor t��am need
r-rer e^ain be beaten on thetr own
grouh'l. There ia excellent material
In * o tci.n a- i only two or three
v -ik s?ots, and theae can probably
be  strens'Veiled.     The   Westminster
 pae\ arr getting on  to  thoir  game.
685 1986 They tflll yet discover that the great-
3 Ttl. est factor ln Rugby Is that desperate
114 334 rush of forwards, which is heralded at
124 380 Inverletth, at Richmond, a,t Dublin aud
110 332 at Cardiff by "Now, Scotland, feet,
136   364. feet, feet." ^^^^
131   402 I    Let us make it Westminster!
3
113
132
146
154
HO
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373
372
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411
448
699   615 1812
Galbralth   &
"DRY BOBS" DISCUSS
WESTMINSTER CRICKET
This Is scarcely the weather to
apeak of cricket, but a large and enthusiastic gathering at the Mecca tea
roomo last night was not of that opinion. The Westminster Cricket club has
bad an extraordinary / a- -. essful ae*
Son and narrowly missed the championship of the Vancouver and District league, In which it now holds
second place.
Prospects for 1533 wer* said to be
cf lhe brightest, several old county
nen nnA at least one r'V r who has
fi-vurvd In triangular matches being on
There are to be as many as fourteen international matches played this
season.   Theae are as follows:
1012.
Saturday,    Nov.    23���Scotland   vs.
South Africans, at Edinburgh.
Saturday,    Nov.     30���Ireland    va.
South Africans, at Dublin,
Saturday, Deo. 14���Wales vs. South
Africans, at Cardiff.
1913.
Wednesday, Jan. I���France vs. Soot-
land, at Paris.
Saturday/Jan. 4���Enghnd vs. South
Africans, at Twickenham.
Saturday,   Jan.    18���England
Wales, at Cardiff.
Saturday,    Jan.    25���England
France, nt Twickenham.
Saturday.    Feb.   1 ��� Scotland
^V'ales, nt Edinburgh.
Saturday, Feb. 8���England  vs
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All the latest news ln the sport line.
English football results   and   league
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Burnaby SM Lighting System
Owing to the large extent of territory covered by the Burnaby
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night patrol to observe the condition of the lamps. hi i ...
Residents in this municipality are requested to co-operate with
this company in providing the best possible public service from the
���street lighting system. Whenever lamps are noticed to be not lighted
prompt special action will be taken to remedy the conditions upon report being sent to the Light and Power Department ot the Company's
office in New Westminster, Phone 401, or the Light and Power Department, Vaucouver, Phone Seymour 6000. ���   i     ,*.,*/
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^ESTMINSTEE DAIL?  NEWS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
EXTRA CONSTABLtS
FOR CUMBERLAND!
Provincial Police Will Have Charge of
Strike���Saloons May Bs Closed
for Time Being.
Victoria, Nov. 21.���The strike situa
tion at Cumberland has during the
past few daya aeveloped such serious
phases that, in ' order to effectually
gunrd against breaches of the peac��.
Attorney-General Bowser today gave
instructions for the immediate detail
there of 100 picked constables, who
will operate under the orders of Chief
Constable Stevenson, at the same
time taking from the hands of the
Cumberland city authorities the policing of the town until such time as
matters have resumed their normal
course. It Is expected that with the
co-operation of the local Board of License Commissioners, the next move
wftlTbe the closing of all places at
which Intoxicants may be obtained,
until the necessity for such action nc
longer exists.
Although tbe company has been
working a large number of.men of lato
and tlie production of the mines haf.
been reported as again approaching
normal, conditions in certain respects
have been growing worse and such
tension ia indicated that serious collisions appeared inevitable unless
drastic preventive methods were
quickly adopted.
In order to secure uniformity of administration during a critical period
the attorney-general has thought it
the part of wisdom to take over the
entre autlioritity in the matter of the
preservation of law and order in the
city, and has pent to the scene Mr. T.
B. Shuebotham, who will at once assume charge cf any prosecution;!
whfch Chief Constable Stevenson may
regard necessary.
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��� WESTERN  ONTARIO  NEWS.   ���
Alfred Garner was killed by the accidental discharge of his gun near
Barrie.
A heavy downpour of rain caused
the River Thames to rise to spring
flood proportions.
Blind River, on the Soo branch ot
the Canadian Pacific, was visited by
a disastrous fire.
The remains of a boy, newly born,
were found in a pile of rubbish in a
lane in Toronto.
An organization of men was formed
at Toronto to encourage morality and
religious devotion.
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Mrs. John McCracken, aged 56, died
suddenly while preparing dinner at
her home in Port Colborne.
D. J. Rankin, of Collins Bay, an old
resident and well-knowr throughout
the country, dropped dead.
Capt. M. Ironsides, of Sarnia. died
of blood poisoning a week after hi3
leg had been caught in a cable.
Magistrate Blake commenced levying a fine of $20 and costs for drunk-
ennesB in Gait, a local option town.
Two children of Ernest and Mrs.
Doxsee, of Campbellford, ased 4 and
2 years, respectively, were drowned in
ttie Trent -River.
A.tJ?euibroVie Mln Hattle Robb,    ot
Hog cholera was discovered last
week on the farm of Daniel Ouellette,
a farmer residing six miles from Amherstburg, and the entire herd numbering SO was destroyed.
Rev. Professor William Clark, for a
quarter of a century actively associated with Trinity College, also a
clever preacher, stanch churchman
and a learned writer, passed away ai
Toronto.
Miss Warnoek (Katherine   Hale) of
j Gait, was married to J. W. Garvin, To-
I ronto.    Before  embracing  journalism
she was devoted to music,    in which
art she excelled both as   singer and
player.
Definite assurance was received in
St. Catharines from the minister or
railways and canals that he would
recommend a $50,000 government contribution to the cost cf a high level
bridge across the old canal.
Tug Quong, the Toronto Chinese
merchant, who is dead, drew up a
businesslike will disposing of $13,000.
Ttie document  given to hla wlta and I
would be increased today. The ar
rests include a county coroner and
the proprietors of drug stores ln the
heart of Oakland.
Clean Up In Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 21.���
With the arrests here yesterday of Dr.
G. W. Seashultze, charged with misuse of the mails to promote an illegal
medical practice. William Westfal'
and W. P. Westfall. charged with eir
oulating immoral matter, and the arrest in El Reno of Dr. Augusta True,
the serving of warrants in Oklahoma
in connection with lhe postal depart,
ment's raid was completed.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 6th and Columbii
Second Hand Store
two eons In China nnd to hls wlte and I
J. G. SMITH.
Cobden, was awarded $1000 In her ac-\BOn  ln Toronto  all  hiB  estate
tion against John Nlcol, Smiths' Falls
a molder, for breach of promise.
Word was receievtl in Waterloo of
the death of Rev. E. M. Grant, pastor
of Emmanuel Evangelical Church, who
went to Detroit for medica 1 treat
ment.
A 2.500,000-foot gas well was struck
in Sherbrooke township by McKillop
Bros., the gas being struck at a depth
of 1000 feet in the Medina sand.
Rev. Dr. Robert Cameron, a native
of East NisBouri, Oxford county, has
assumed the pastorate of the Tabernacle Haptist Church, Victoria.
William Martindale, who was convicted in Windsor of passing a worthless cheque on a Walkerville bank,
was sentenced to one year in the Central Prison.
A true bill waB brought in by the
grand jury at Pembroke against Peter
Collins for manslaughter in connection with the killing of Grant Appleby on Aug. 30.
The appeal of the Grand Dodge ot
the A. 0, U. W. from the judgment
of Justice Riddell came up for hearing
at Oaijoode Hall, but waB enlarged for
a week.
Matilda Sam'.lla. Toronto, a 23-year-
old Finnish girl, charged with the murder of her infant child, was found
guilty of manslaughter, with a recommendation to mercy.
Rev. il. w. Crows. M. A., pastor of
Trinity Methodist Church, Berlin, accepted a unanimous call to the paB-
torate of the Central Methodist
Church, Woodstock.
divided equally among them.
to  he I Buy and ,el1 nBW an*    Becond    hand
j gooda of all kinds.   Tools especially.
TO Melniies Street. Phone 1009
REPORTED PREVENTS ESCAPE.
The Niagara Kalls-Kert Erie boulevard ha3 been completed. The Duke
of Connaught will be asked to attend
the formal dedication of the great
highway in the spring.
G. T. Clarkson, liquidator of the
Farmers' Dank of Canada, received
word that, judgment had been obtain
ed in Hallimore against W. & W.
Knabo for $03,431.45 on promissory
notes.
William Donovan, aged 16 years,
underwit a critical operation at the
Chatham Hospital, when skin was removed froui hia body for the purpose
of grafting on the burnB of his
mother.
Chief'Hill, Of the Indian Reserve,
Brantford, a doctor by profession, and
who has a large practice throughout
Gait district, haa been appointed to an
office among Indiana in the state of
Jailed on   Fictitious  Charge   Newspaper Man Learns of Jail Plot.
Columbus, O., Nov. 21.���A reporter
for a morning paper in this city who
was arrested on a fictitious charge of
being  au expert   pickpocket   of CiL
cinnati, prevented the escape of five
men from the city prison- today.  One
of the men in the plot to escape    is
Harry  Baskette.  wanted in St. LcuU
for forgery.    He will be returned tomorrow.    The  other four   are   local i
men arrested on minor charges.
The- newspaper man acted for the
garden or the prison, who had reason
to believe that a plot to escape waH
being made. Sunday night two prisoners escaped after having tunneled
through a 22-inch wall with a couple
of spoons and a few small pieces ot
iron.
The reporter ingratiated himself into the good will of the men and they
showed him where the two iron bars
had been sawed through with a piece
of steel taken from Baskette's Bhoe.
Tlie escape waB to have been made
tonight, but the reporter communicated with the warden and it was prevented just as Hie prisoners were
ready to make the final dash for liberty.
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903  Dublin  Street. Phone 984
street to 470 feet west.
Knox street, All.
Cedar street, All.
Buchanan avenue from Hospital street
to Sherbrooke street.
Blair avenue from Hospital str^t to
Sherbrooke street.
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions o��
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor havihg reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said Bylaw upon the said works
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of tho City Engineer and
City Assessor having been adopted by
the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the said
reports are open for inspection at the
Office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
B. O.i and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners of the land or real property to
be assessed as ch rged In respect of
such works representing at least one-
half in value thereof is presented to
the Council within fifteen days from
the date of the first publication of this
notice the Council will proceed witli
the proposed improvements under
such terms and conditions as to the
payment of the cost of such improvements aB the Council may by By-law
In that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment.
Dated this 12th day of November.
A. D., 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date   of   first   publication,   Nov.   13,
1912. (68)
CITY    OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the City or
New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the following
works, that is to say: To lay Main
Sewers, Laterals and Connections and
works contingent thereto in Section 2,' Date of first publication November 13
age Scheme, to which the following
area is tributary:
Columbia street, Cumberland street to
Braid street.
Keary Btreet, Columbia Btreet to Brunette street.
Nelson street All.
Spruce street All.
Sherbrooke Btreet, Columbia street to
Fader street.
Major street, Columhla Btreet to Fader
street.
Braid street, Columbia street to Fader
street.
Fader  street,   Sherbrooke   Btreet   to
Braid street.
Kelly    street,   Sherbrooke   Btreet  to
Braid Btreet.
Brunette street,   Columbia   street   to
Keary street.
And that the said works be carried
out in accordance with the provisions
of the "Local Improvement General
Bylaw, 1912."
And the City Engineer and City As
sessor having reported to the Council
In accordance with the provisions of
the said Bylaw upon the said works
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the City Engineer and
City Assessor having been adopted by
the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the eald
reports are open for Inspection at the
Office of the City Assessor, City Hall.
Columbia Street, New Westminster,
B. C, and that unles3 a petition
against the proposed works abovo
mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners of the land or real property to
be assessed as charged in respect of
such works representing at least one-
half in value thereof Is presented to
the Council within flfteen days from
the date of the first publication of this
notice the Council will proceed with
the proposed Improvements under
such terms and conditions as to the
payment of the cost of Buch improvements as the Council may by By-law
In that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment.
Dated this 12th day of November,
A. D., 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
A. District, of the   Sapperton   Sewer-1    1912.
(69)
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
The Municipal Council of the City of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that it is desirable to carry out the following works, that is to say: To lay Outfall and Trunk Sewers and works con
tingent thereto in Section 2, of the Sapperton Sewerage Scheme, to which
the following area is tributary:
District A.���
Columbia Street from Cumberland Street to Braid Street.
Keary Street from Columbia Street -.o Brunette Street.
Nelson Street, All.
Spruce Street, All.
Sherbrooke Street from Columbia Street to Fader Street.
Major Street from Columbia Street to Fader Street.
Braid Street from Columbia Street to Fader Street.
Fader Street from Sherbrooke Street to Braid Street.
Kelly Street from Sherbrooke street to Braid Street.
Brunette Street from Columbia Street to Keary Street.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work subtly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Funk Bldg.   Phone 716.
FRATERNAL.
L. O. O. M., NO. 854���MEETS ON
firBt, second and third Wednesday*
in each month in K. uf P. hall at
8 p.m. H. J. Leamy, dictator; J. H.
Price, secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODQE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., ls held every Monday night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
Q.; R. A. Merritbew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording aecretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 652 Columbia
Btreet, New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices,
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
Iaw, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie atreeta, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Guichon block. New Westminster. Geerge E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR ANO ACCOUNTANT.
U. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
District B.���
DeBeck Street from Cemetery Street to Columbia Street.
Strand Street from Cemetery Street to Columbia Street.
Alberta Street from Richmond Street to Columbia Street.
Simpson Street from  Richmond Strvet to Columbia Street.
Keary Street from Richmond Street to Columbia Street.
Hospital Street from Richmond Street to Columbia Street.
Sherbrooke Street from Columbia Street to 470 feet West.
Knox Street, All.
Cedar Street, All.
Buchanan Avenue from Hospital Street to Sherbrooke Street.
Blair Avenue from Hospital Street to Sherbrooke Street.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
mlnster Board of Trade meets ln the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Fiiday of each month; quarterly meeting on the IJlrd Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
It's the Work.
STILL   MAKING   ARRESTS.
U. 8. Government Finishing Camoalgn
Against Criminal Practice Doctors.
Holden, Mo., Nov. 21.--The arrest
here yesterday cf Dr. Edward Andrews ln connecting with postal department's crusade against alleged Illegal practices, caused a sensation in
thiB quiet community.
Dr. Andrews is an elder in the Pres
byterlan Church, superintendent of tin
Sunday scliool and a director of the
Commercial Club. He is 45 years old
and has a wife and young daughter,
and a son in high school.
Four Arrests at Denver.
Denver, Colo., Nov. 21.���Four persons were arrested today on a charge
of sending non-mallable matter
through the mails. They gave bond ot
$500 each. United Statea commissioners said a fifth man would be arrested tomorrow.
Thirty Men on the Coast.
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 21.���Thirty-nine of fifty arrests attempted on
the Pacific coast by the government
In the crusade against misuse of the
Use Your Phone.
NEW METHOD CLEANERS
WE CLEAN CLEAN
LADIES' WORK OUR SPECIALTY.
628 Clarkson Street. Phone 490.
Wisconsin and will remain three year* mails had been made last night, and
doing medical missionary work. it  was  expected  that   thla   number
CITY    OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local   Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Councll of the City of
New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that it in
desirable to carry out the following
works, that Is to say: Te lay Main
SewerB, Laterals and Connections and
works contingent thereto In Section 2.
B. District of the Sapperton Sewerage
Scheme, to which the following area is
tributary:
DeBeck street from  Cemetery street
to Columbia street.
Strand street from Cemetery street to
Columbia street.
Alberta street from Richmond street
to Columbia street.
Simpson street from Richmond street
to Columbia atreet.
Keary street from Richmond street to
Columbia street.
Hospital     atreet   from    Richmond
street to Columbia street.
Sherbrooke    atreet    from    Columhla
District c���
Eighth Avenue from Richmond Street to 400 feet North of Wlnthroo Street
Richmond Street from Eighth Avenue to Lee Street
Winthrop Street from Richmond Street to Eighth Avenue
Elmer Street, All.
Burnaby Street, All.
Surrey Street, All.
Ladner Street, All.
Kent Street, All.
l.ee Street, All.
Carnegie Street from Matsqui to 300 f 'et North.
Dlgby Street from Matsqui to 300 feet North.
Coutts Street from Matsqui Street to Burnaby Street.
Macdougal Street from Matsqui Street to 300 feet North.
Tenth Avenue from Matsqui Street to Burnaby StreeL
District D.���
Eighth Avenue from William Street to Richmond Street
Carnegie Street from Scott Street to Matsqui Street
Digby Street from Scott Street to Matsqui Street
Coutts Street from 300 feet South of Chilliwack Street to Matsqui   Street
Mahoney Street. All.
McDougal Street from Mahonev Street, to Matsqui Street
Tenth Avenue from 300 feet South of Chilliwack Street to Matsqui   Street
Matsqui Street from Eighth Avenue to Tenth Avenue
Water Street from William Street to Scott Street
Langley Street from William Street io Scott Street
Chilliwack Street from William Street to Scott Street.
Scott Street. All.
William Street, All.
Re the southwest quarter of Section
33, Township 10. In the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of Certificate of Title Number 7338F, Issued In
the name of George Seeley, has been
filed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, ln a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me ln writing.
C S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Und Registry Office. New Westminster, B.C., October 30, 1912.       (1)
District E.���
Richmond Street 150 feet South of Alberta Street to Eighth Avenue.
Devoy Street All.
Munday Street All.
Alberta Street from Richmond Street. 700 feet Westward
Shiles Street from McKay Street to Richmond Street
School Street. All.
Sherbrooke Street from Eighth Avenue to Richmond Street
McKay Street All.
District F.���
Richmond Street from Cumberland Street to 15�� feet South of Alherta St
Carroll Street, All.
Harvey Street, All.
Dixon Street, All.
Fisher StrS<v��t. All.
Cumberland Street from Harvey Stroet to Columbia Street.
m CANADIAN PACIFIC
^jjr B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria
k m., I p. m. and 11:45.
Lta ves Vanoouver for Seattle
a. m. and 11 p. m
Leavea Vancouver for Nanaimo
p.m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p m
Wednesdays.
10
It,
A
NORTHERN
BOATS FOR
RUPERT.
PRINCE
every Wednes-
..������iVn,d ,LhaI;���th<' ,8?ld works be oa"-,e<i out In accordance with the provisions of the   local Improvement General Bvlaw 1J12"
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to tho Coun-
mtJmm**7,Z ? Wlth !'le Pulsions of the said Bylaw upon the said work*
giving statements shewing the amounts estimated to be chargeable against
2wari?��B P��rt ��ns,��I real Pr��Perty t" be benefited by the said works and
ZZ.I p*rtl0"lar8 \nd *he sal<l reports of the City Engineer and City Assessor having heen adopted by the Council.
���h�� ?,ntl0e is. ^re^gIven that th0 ua[i reP��rt8 Rr�� ��Pen for Inspection at
^Inn8 ��VJ ?lty Assessor, City Hall, Columbia Street, New WeBtmm-
Bter, B. C. and that unless a petition against the proposed works above mentioned signed by a majority of the owners of the land or real property to be
assessed as charged ln respect of such works representing at least one-half
sLli*e��^enreo'ls P^se/ited to tho council within fifteen days from tho
date of the first publication of this nttlce the Council will proceed with the
proposed Improvements under such ternis and conditions as to the payment
of the cost of such improvements as 'he Council may by By-law in that behalf regulate and determine and aho to make the satd assessment.
Dated thla Twelfth day of Noven ber, 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Date of flrst publication, November 13h, 1912. C,ty CUTfi<��
Leavea   Vancouver
day at 10 p.m.
Cliilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Cbllllwaok 7 a.m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
e ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Weatmlnster.
H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P   A.. Vancouver
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLI8H WORSTED, SCOTCH
TWEED, IRISH SERGE, etc Just
Arrived. Perfect Fit and Workman-
shlip Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street S   Pm
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE  8EVEN
Tha
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $11,500,000
Reserve   $12,600,000
The Bank has 350 branches,
extending ln Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
New Foundland, Porto Rico, Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, Trin
idad, Dominican Republic, New
York and London, En?.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities ln the world. Theso excel ent connections afford every
banking facility.
Naw Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson.  Mor
Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
���CAPITAL (Pald'Up)
RESERVE   	
...$16,000,000.08
...$16,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada anc
Newfoundland, anc In London, En?
tend, Law Tork, Chicago and Spokane
D.8.A., and Maxlco City. A genera
banking business transacted. Lai
ters of Credit Issued, available wltl
correspondents In all parta of th
world.
Savings Bank Dspsrtmeii���Deposit)
reoel"ed In sums of $1 and upward
aud Interest allowel at 8 par cent, pe
annum  (presort rate).
Total  Assets over 1186.000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCHLSON
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
ACANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
Winter Schedule
7:55 for Toronto and Nicola branch.
14:00 for St. Paul    and    Kootenay
points.
IS:28 for Agassiz Local.
lfl:55 for Imperial    Limited,   Montreal and Okanasan points.
For reservation and other   particulars apply to
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westmlnstei
Or H. W. Brodie, Q.P.A.. Vancouver
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���Office Phone 185.      Bam Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
BOARDING HOUSE REPARTEE.
How the Suffragette Got Back at the
Newspaper  Msn.
THE personnel of the Hummer
boarding house wus Complete,
and Uif ciist Included all types of
what Jonas, the hired mull, most disrespectfully termed "the animals."
There were tlie fat man wbo snored,
lhe rich widow ever making; eyes at
tbe druggist, who ant nest ber at table
and bud been Keen holding; her baud a
bit loo long; ns they said good night;
the cynical newspaper man who attended strictly to his own affairs and
the typical suffragette who saw no
good In the sterner sex. The Inst
named sipped ber tea nnd continued a
tirade on the faults of men.
"And. besides, tbey are always trying to pry Into otber people's affairs.
No secret Is safe If a man Is around,
for he wtll always try to find It out.
There are no exceptions," sbe concluded, wltb a defiant look around the table.
Tbe challenge was tno much for tbe
C. N. M.. who prided himself on attending strictly to his own affairs.
Waiving the ethics of the social code
and thinking that a full week of passing tbe butter, snlt, etc., wonld warrant blm In addressing the young woman, to whom be bad not been presented, be took up tbe gantlet thrown
jlown by ber and snld:
"I've beeu here a week, and I don't
think you hove noticed me trying to
pry Into tbe affairs 'of others, bave
you 7"
"The fact of tbe matter ls"-the
young woman's nose was elevated at
an almost Improper angle���"tbe fact is
1 hadn't noticed you were bere."
The butter complacently ran down
snd spread Itself out over tbe plate,
two files drowned Ignmninlnusly In the
Iced tea. and, tbe air bavlng become
oppressively warm, the newspaper
man went out Into the evening air,
wbere he could be alone.���Kansas City
Journal.
Incompetent.
"I came, sir, ln answer ro your advertisement in last night's paper. You
said you wanted to employ a man who
was a total stranger to fear."
"Are you a brave man?"
"1 am, sir. I bave given proof of
my courage ln many parts of tbe
world."
"Yesr
"I bave faced ballets In Mexico and
machetes ln Cuba."
"Goodl"
"I helped to defend the missionaries
against tbe Boxers, and 1 was present
at tbe siege of Port Arthur."
"Fine!"
"I have fought tbe Infuriated walrus
of Ballin bay and the maddened bull
elephants of central Africa, and I went
through an Armenian massacre without losing my nerve."
"You seem to be the man I wnnt.
Would you be willing to go out on a
Held In front or 20.000 fair minded.
sport loving Americans and umpire s
baseball game honestly.deciding against
the bome learn when necessary?"
"So that's the Job, Is If?" replied tbe
man of courage. And he broke Into s
cold perspiration and a run for tbe door
simultaneously.���Newark News.
A Sign.
Wben a man repeats the point
of bis story three or four times
It Is a sign tbnt you made a mistake by laughing Just for the
sake of being polite. ��� Chicago
lte<nrcl-Herald.
Rivalry.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Water.
Manufactured by #
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, t. C.
Telephone A 111  Office: Princess Si |
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Js land
Swing Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868. Boom 4 Trast ���������ok
Subscriber
WHITE WILL TRY
TO TLY ATLANTIC
Noted   ETnnlish   Aviator   Cays   It   Hai
Been  Pet Scheme���Will Take 30
Hours.
London, Nov. 21.���At the close of a
flight which Claude Grahame-White
took with Otto Kahn a3 a passenger
the aviator gave out particulars aa to
bia plans to fly across the Atlantic.
"It has been my pet scheme for u
long time past," he said, "but no-*
1 have completed plans for the ma
chine and commenced to build it. Il
will be of one thousand horsepower,
with four engines and Bix propellers.
Each engine will be of 250 horsepower
and they will be so arranged as u.
be In dependent of each other ;that is
to say, If (wo engines break down, the
other two will be uuite sufficient tc
drive the machine.
"We expect to do the Journey from
land to land ln something between
twenty to tlilry hours, the machine
being built so as to remain ln the air
thirty hours. All depends on the wea
ther and the course we take. At pres
ent, we are undecided whether to gc
by way of the Azores or across to
Newfoundland, but 1 expect the later route will be chosen.
"Tbe trip is arranged to take place
In the summer, although lt ls Jus*
on the cards that we may not mak?
it until the autumn. The weather then
will probably be more favorable; but.
whenever we start, I am reasonably
sure of success."
Mr. Kahn is taking great interest
in aviation. His flight by aeroplane
���vas not his first venture into space
for it will be remembered that som��
months ago he was a pasenger on
the Zeppelin airship during its trial
voyage;but after testing the delights
of the aeroplane. Mr. Kahn swears by
fhe latter. On liis return after his
trin with Mr. Grahame-Whlte, Mr.
Kahn said:
"It was a most delightful trip, thoroughly exhilarating. I had been up before in a Zeppelin and was anxious
.o compare the two methods of flight.
There can be no doubt that the aero-
ulane is the machine of the future.
There Is a great future before this
method of transportation, especially
:n the case of the hydroplane, Mr.
"rahame-White telb me he wants to
cross to America in one and feele
that he can get there, and I believe he
can."
Make The Teapot Test
Put "SALADA" TEA in a warm teapot���pour
on freshly boiled water ���let stand for five
minutes���and you will have the most delicious
cup of tea you ever tasted.
"SALADA"
HAS THE FLAVOR!  THE FRAGRANCE!   THE DELICIOUSNESS    on
that makes Ceylon Tea the beverage of delight
In sealed lead packages ONLY.
���LACK.  GREEN er MIXED
7:80���United States via O. N. R.
(dally except Snnday).. 9.45
20:40--Chilliwack vla^B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 17;30
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via O.  N.  R.   (dally ex-   V
cept Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Abbotsford,    Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R.  (dally
exceot Sunday)  17:80
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday).17:30
2:00���Praser   Ann    and    Alta
Vista and Oakalla 23:00
SYNOPSIS   OP  COAL   MINING
GULATIONS.
RE
NEW    WE8TMIN8TER    MAIL
arrival:
W:E0���Vancouver via O.
TEN-DAY FIGHT FOR LIFE.
Sailors of Schooner E .K. Wood Reach
Victoria.
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 21.���Eight sailors are recovering here today from
the effects of a ten-day flght for life
on a derelict in the "Roaring Forties."
After surviving two 90 miles an bour
gales, a mass of splintered wood that
was once the trim schooner E. K.
Wood, lines the shore of Cape Cook.
The Wood sailed from Port Town-
send for San Francisco on November
6 during a heavy storm, which grew
steadily worse. When four days out
Bhe began to take water, and the
pups were kept going from that time
until the vessel was abandoned. A
gallant effort was made to work the
vessel back to port, but Sunday the
second 90-mile gale hit ner, stripping
her clean and breaking her back.
Fearing she would capsize, the deck-
load was cut away, and with It went
main and mizzen masts.
Drifting straight onto the rocks ofT
Cape Cook, the men gave up all nope
but at the last minute the Canadian
lshery cruiser William Joliffe have in
light and put a line aboard and took
off the men. A third storm came up
before she could reach port Wednes-
lay, the line carried away, and the
Wood broke up on tbe Weat Barrier
reef.
Closing
N.  R.
 23:00
11:45���Burnaby Lake   and   Vancouver via B. C, E. R... 7:46
18:46���Vancouver   via   G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).14:20
: 40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:16
8:00��� Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Snnday) .16:00
8:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).2v:30
10:00���Port Mann  (dally except
Sunday) ....   9:45
0:80���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thuraday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wedneaday
and Friday 13:15
l: 40���Victoria via B. C. E. B.
(dally except Sunday). 11.16
10:60���Victoria via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).20:30
18:00���Edmonds and Central
Park (daily except Sunday)    16:00
.6:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)  9:4t
11:20���Tynehead  (Tueaday   and
Prldavi 14:00
18:10���Abbotslord. Upper Sumas,
Mataqul, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily except Sunday)    7:15
16:16���United States ria O. N. K.
(dally except  Sundav)..16:01
'6:16���Hall's Pralrle, Pern Ridge
and Hazlemere (dally
except Sundav) 9:45
11:50���All points east and Europe (dally) 7:15
11:50���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills dally except
Sunday)   7:15
18:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills     (dally      except
Sunday)   13:16
9:26���All polnta eaat and Europe (dally)    [13:15
11:50���Coquitlam   (doily   except
Sunday)   7:15
12:00���Central Park, MeKay aad
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11.15
0:00���Ladner, Port Oulchon,
Westham Ialand. Bnrr
Villa 13:15
13:00���Eaat Burnaby (dally except Sunday)   13:00
0:00���Timberland (Tueaday and
Priday)    13:30
10:00���Annieville  and   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday) .13:15
11:20���Rand,   Majuba   Hill   via
B. C.  E.  R.   (Monday   ���
Wednesday    and    Friday        9:00
16:<6���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via Q. N. R.
(daily except Sunday) .14:20
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehaua, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.CIoverdale.Lang-
ley Pralrle. Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Bardie. Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ner,    Bellerose,  via  B.
C. E.  R.   (daily except
Sunday)    9:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Bat-
day       14:00
COAL MINING rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and In a portion of the province of British Columbia, may be leased tor a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres
wlll be leased to one applicant
Application for a leaae muat be
made by the applicant ln person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-
ed territory the tract applied for shall
be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate
of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting fer the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated auch returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee will be
permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered
necessary for the working ot the mine
at the rate of $10 an acre.
For full Information application
ahould be made to the Secretary of
tbe Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Landa.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. B���Unauthorized publication of
thle advertisement villi not be paid
tor.
NO
SENTIMENT  HERE  FOR
ANNEXATION, SAYS GRAHAM
who do not receive
���8 a.m. should
The Htms before
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint Only In thto way
may an efflcto"   StUvSinh *���
-talned. ��� <*'
lliishninl-llnw ofH>u doee a woman
have lu got s new liat?
Wife- Tltst's easy; eveiy time some-
tHMiy eum gets oue.- Philadelphia Tele-
��rapb	
Worka In the Garden Now.
Hrown old in ihe servhti of bis rasa-
ter aud mistress, Jamee waa a pri*
lleged reialuer.
Be wus waiting at table one day
when a tnitrnt asked for a flsb fork.
Htraoicely enough, ihe request waa Ignored.
Then the hostess noticed the episode
and remarked lu a most peremptory
manner:
-Jamee, Mrs. ion** hasn't a flsb fork.
Oet bar one at once."
"Madam." came tbe emphatic reply,
-last Mme Mm Jones dined bsts we
tost a flab fork." ���
jamee bas now been relegated to the
gardeo.-Auswer��.
Different.
-What dkl our candidate ast hen
yon told him he would bave ������� * ����rt
tbst phtnk In the platfonnr what
be said." replied tbe man who llkee pirate etorles. -was In effect that he
didn't mind supporting tbe plank, hat*
be haled to b* obliged *��� W��lk Ufl**
\Vashlugtou Star.        ��� ���~.,-.��..�������
Boston, Nov. 21.���"There Is absolutely no sentiment on our side of tbe
line for annexation to the United
States," said Hon. George P. Graham,
^f Ottawa, ex-Mlnlster of Railways, 1
the members of the Canadian Club of
Boston at the club's annual dinner to-
tight Mr. Graham discussed the re
lations bewtecn his country and the
United States at some length.
Among other speakers was Captain
Oartwright. military aide to the Governor-General of Canada; Mr. George
M. Hall, Industrial Commissioner for
Edmonton: Mr. T. Kennard Thompson, president of the Canadian Club of
New York, and Mr.-Thomas H. Bullock, president of tbe Canadian Club
of St. John, N. B.
LANO REQI9TRY ACT.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., November 20th, 1912.
In the matter.of a certain Agree
ment of Sale and purchase of Lot
numbered Forty (40), In the subdivision of the easterly part of Section
Thirty-six (36), Block Four (4) North,
Range Seven (7) West New Westmln
ster District, dated the 2nd day of
October, 1911, and made between
James A. McKInney of the one part
and Evans J. Davles of the other part:
Whereaa satisfactory proof of
breach of covenants and of re-entry
and recovery of possession by the
vendor, Jamee A. McKInney, hai been
produced to the Registrar and flled In
thiB office.
Notice Is hereby given that at the
expiration of thirty days from the date
of service hereof, I shall cancel   the
registration, of   the   aald   agreement
upon tbe registers of this office,   in
pursuance of Section 150 of the "Hnd
Registry Act," and that publication of
thla notice for two weeks In a dally
newspaper published at the City of
New Weatmlnster, B.C., shall be good
and sufficient-service thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
DlBtrict Registrar.
To   Evans   J. Davles,   160   Hastings
Street West, Vancouver, B.C., and
Room 6,112A Eighth Avenue Bast.
Calgary, Alberta. (124)
BE SUSPICIOUS
ID E suspicious of that of which nobody is
-L* proud. Be suspicious of the mere low-
price argument offered in favor of an
article with no reputation, no backer, np
guarantor.
Better buy the thing you know and can
trust, than an article unbranded and un-
vouchedfor.
The branded shoe, made by a maker
with a reputation, ls a safer shoe to
buy tban the one made ln an unknown
factory by an unknown maker.
The underwear made by a flrm
wbose name Is as familiar to you as
your own. Is worth more to you than
underwear nameless or labelled by a
maker of whom you have never
beard.
Tea sealed In a packet bearing the
name of a reputable firm is to be preferred to tea of which thr packer Is
not sufficiently proud to advertise Its
quality.
-��� That in which mucb money has been
invested to make Or keep it good ia
worth more than that on whieh nothing or but little has been apent
Peace of mind is worth something.
Just as quality is.   Buy peace of mind.
When you buy anything worth while
buying, buy-Ihat of which you know
���from advertisements, or from other
dependable acquaintance. Buy the
article with the "money back" guarantee���with the pledge of a known
name behind lt
Put your faith in the advertisements appearing in good newspapers. Beware of
the article that cannot stand the spotlight
of publicity. The commodity an advertiser
backs with his own money is something
worth your buying.
Advertisers in The News have faith in
the goods they are offering you. ���
Advice regarding your advertising problems Is available through any
recognised Canadian advertising agency, or the Secretary of the Canadian Preea Association, Room 80S Lumsden Building, Toronto. Enquiry Involves no obligation on your part���ao write, If Interested.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 19iJ.
I
At last we have just received
a Iarfc6; Iot of Jap Oranges.
These are the large boxes of
extra sieject fruit. We are sac-
rifiittg today at, per box 75c
We liave decided to sell, for a
sht>W Jim? only. Hunt's Pre-
scrves at the bargain price of,
per tin  ?5��
Extra select goods at a very
reasonable price.
IB. C. Cream is on the jump, and
we would advise our customers
and friends to buy at once at.
Per tin  1��c
- Per dozen $1.15
Per caae  $4.50
Stephen's Strawberry Jam,
large jars; regular 35c seller today  25;
Ginger Snaps, Lemon Creami
and Fig Bars, in packages, to-
dayonly 3 for 23c
No.-l Salmon in lb. tins; regular 25c, today  2 for 25c
We have only fifty boxes of
Jonathons left to sell at, per
box $165
DELICATESSEN
Kcir.z Mince Meat, per lb. 20;
German Dills, per doz. 30:,
Two dozen for 55c
Edam Cheese, each  90;
New Plum    Puddings,   Raiseni,
Figs, just in.
Maple Creamery Butter. No. 1
Butter 3 lbs. for $1.10
Christmas Chocolates. Bou
Bens. Crackers and Stockings
just iu.
Weather Today.
Victoria, Nov. 21.���The weather fore
cast for the lower mainland for the
next twenty four hours is as follows.
Westerly and southerly winds, clearer
towards night.
noon and decided to inaugurate a
membership campaign at once.
Each of the ladies will endeavor to
get ten members apiece within a
limited time. A strenuous effort will
also be made to create more interest
in the order, lt was decided to hold
the next meeting during the flrst week
of December when it is hoped all the
members will be present.
A vote of thanks was accorded the
Y. M. GL A. for generously giving the
organization the use of the reception
room for all meetings.
THE
V L.
ADAMS       S. K.
PHONE 2.
Naming
Your
MS���****** itl   II    ���!     I��� ���
Executor
Public Supply Stores
BRIGGS
GOMMON prudence demands
that you choose an
executor, and make
your will.
An executor is
your agent, carefully chosen to carry
out the desires you
expressly stipulate.
This Company,
with its ample capital, wide experience
and trained officers,
is an ideal executor.
Come in and confer with us in confidence.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000 00
The members of the Olivet Baptisi
church have sent a unaimous call to
Rev. A. S. Lewis, of Yarmouth, Nova
Socia, to the pastorate of the church.
Hear the sacred cantata "Daniel" at
Olivet Baptist church Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. (125j
Mr. and Mrs. Pummell, of Wise
road, left yesterday for Los Angeles,
California, where they will remain for
some time.
The Norwegian steamer "Christian
Brothers," from Mexico, is loading
lumber at the Fraser Mills for Aus
tralia. Ker cargo, when shipped, will
consist of 2,100,000 feet of lumber and
1,300,000 feet of latb.
We nre too busy to write ads.
Come and see the goods, and, as wc
s:iid before, "Our Prices Talk."
Ucnny & Ross. (123J
A. Hardman, the cake man. Get
good bread. Eighth Street Bakery.
Telephone 281. (9)
Mr. F. D. Picken, superintendent of
the B. C. E. R. line between Victoria
and Saanich, is in the city, where lie
will remain for a few days on business connected with the duties of his
office.
The tremendous downpour of rain
on Wednesday night was made painfully manifest to Mr. Coulson, 27 Co
lumbia street, yesterday morning.
Fully ten yards of the cement brick
wall supporting his banked veranda
gave way before the water and ita
component parts scattered over the
pavement.
Doers, windows and frames made
while you wait, at Walsh Sash and
Door Factory.    Phone 413. (122)
We have a limited stock of Comox
coal whicli we can recommend for
gteam and furnace use and which we
will sell for cash only.  Gilley  Bros
(116.1
A thoroughly enjoyable social evening was held by the young ladies of
.he Onward Bible class of the Sixtli
Avenue Methodist church last night.
An excellent musical program wai
prone through and Mr9. George Ad^r.13
delivered an interesting talk cn he1.-
travels in Europe.
A chorus of 45 voices and f.ill
orchestra at Olivet liapii^t church
next Monday evening in the parked
cantata "Daniel." Everybody welcome
Collection. (125)
For a square deal in Furniture and
Carpets go to W. E. Fales, corner ot
McKenzie and Agnes streets        (113)
Mcs3rs. W. J. Kerr and Mr. Kenneth
Myers, of tlie Progressive association.
President John H. Duncan, cf the
board of trade, Mr. Stuart Wade and
Mr. Otway Wilkie, secretary, comprise
the deputation from this city that will
attend the meeting of the Fraser Valley Publicity bureau at Coquitlam to-
|day.
Why dees johil R'.ndal, the tailor,
sell a firM class $40.00 suit for $30.00''
Because (he locrtion of his business i -
out of the high rent district. John
Rindal, 612 Carnarvon. (Go)
Mr. W. Jewhurst, the well known
loee.l shot and a member of the contracting firm of Miller & Jewhurst,
leaves for his old home. Bexhill on
Sea, Sussex, England, tonight. He
sails by the Empress of Ireland and
expects to be away a couple of
months. This is Mr. Jewhurst'3 first
return to the old country in nine
years.
Mr. ,T. A. Hamm will take the part
of Daniel in the sacred cantata of thai
name in Olivet Baptist church next
Monday evening, >V'��mber 25, at 1
o'clock. (125)
Cars on tlie Sixth street line of the
B. C. E. It. are now running under a
new s;.^n. Heretofore those of the
Sixth street and the Columbia street
lines have been one and the same.
\'est"rdiy morning a new plate bearing "Edmonds via Sfxth street" wai
nlaeed on the three cars running to
Edmonds and Eaal Burnaby. This will
obviate any confusion in future.
The Walah Sasli and Door Co. have
heen obliged to run nights to keep up
to their ordera. (122)
The Ladles' Aid cf St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church intend holding a sale of work and supper on
Tuesday, Nov. 26. Also refreshments
served in the afternoon. All are welcome. ' (127)
A social "at home" wlll be given by
the Epworth  League of Queen's Avenue    Methodist   Church    to   all   the
young people's societies in New Wea'.
minster, on Friday evening.     Prcfes-
sor   A. E. Etherington    will    preside.
ar.d is expected to deliver a short ad
i dress on the work of   tlie   Christian
. Endeavor leagues.      A  musical   pro-
| gram has been arranged.
! With tlie definite end In v.ke\v of
j eliminating all frame structures from
I the down town district the building
j committee of the city council at a
meeting held yesterday placed tli:
| life of the Merchants and f'iosniopoll-
| tain hotels at five years. This means
| that five yean from now these buildings must be torn down and new and
j fireproof structures erected. Thi-i
| policy was adopted by the council
. some time ago and there are at pres
ent a number of frame buildings ln
the down town district affected in a
tsimilar manner.
<^l
Mr. Archibald Campbell Black   an.i
Misa Lois St. John Banfleld were the
contracting parties lu   a   quiet   mar-1
rin|e wllich took place in St. Andrews ]
Presbyterian church on Tuesday. Rev. I
J. S. Henderson officiated. I
Mr. Stanley G. Purvis, who is in
the employ of the B. C. Electric, was
united in marriage to Mis3 Una Rob
inflon, of Aberdeen, Wash., at Aberdeen on Wednesday.
TIES
ST. CECILIA'S DAY
Students of St. Ann's Take Part In
Delightful Recital.
Words can hardly de-cribe the excellence of the St. Cecilia Day recital
given b.v the students of St. Ann's
academy last evening to a rather
small, but none the less appreciative
audience. The music was such that
would delight the heart of anyone and
there was scarcely a number on the
program that could be selected as being better lhan another.
'l'he choruses, in which practically
the whole school took part, were exceedingly beautiful, the stage setting
and arrangement of the pupils, all of
whom were dressed in white, adding
effect to the rendition. The enunciation was of a nature that spoke of
long and careful training and as a
whole the execution of the students
reflected grent credit on the school.
A delightful vocal solo, "The Angel's
Serenade," was rendered by Mlss
Cave-Browne-Cave, while the others
who contributed to the program were:
Miss L. Dupont, E. Orr, Miss G. Fro-
may, recitation; Misses A. Lamothe,
W. Bennett, M. Keary, G. Gaynory, L.
Sullivan, E. L. Abbe, D. Sweneisky. At
the close a striking tableau, "St.
Cecilia," whose name will always be
associated with music, was presented
and brought fi.rth considerable applause.
50c
The Queen's Meat Market
Formerly on Columbia Street, has been
Re-Opened in the Mapdeville Block
With a full line of
All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats
WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE YOU.    GIVE US   A   TRIAL   ORDER.
Our driver will call for your order.
THE QUEEN'S MEAT MARKET,  F. Ayerst, Prop.
1113 Sixth Avenue. (78) Phone R509
OBITUARY.
BAKER���Death came to Mr. William Baker, aged 60 years, a pioneer
resident of this city, on Wedneaday
morning after a short illness.
Mr. Baker, v ho wns hern in Toronto
in 1S52, came to this city as early as
iSSi) and has lived here fcr twenty-
four years. He is survived hy a widow
:md a married son. \V. C. R. Baker
Two brothers and two sisters, all residents cf Toronto, nnd two nieces living here, Mrs. J. Earnett and Miss L.
Jones.
The funeral will take place on Sun
day afternoon at 2:30. The Scr.3 o<
England are in charge cf the arrange
ments.
Services will be held in tiie chape'
of Murchie's undertaking parlors.
The late Air. Baker was a member
Of the Sons of England, K. of P. and
I. O. O. F.
FUNERAL NOTICE:
SONS OF ENGLAND.
115,
Lodge Rose of Columbia, No.
Benefit Society.
The brethren are requested to meet
ln the lodge room, K. of P. Hall, on
Sunday, 24th, at 2 o'clock, for the
purpose of attending the funeral of
our late Bro. Vv. Baker. Sojourning
brethren are invited to be present.
W. PBLLEW, President.
(126) R. G. DINGLE. Secretary.
We specialize
in a 50c tie, in
the latest weave
favored by fashion, extra value
at
50c
NEXT YEAR���1913
THE YEAR OF TME BIG RUN
The best way to be prepared for the large catch, ls by Installing
a "YALE" Gasoline Engine in your fishing boat. This Engine has
proved to be the best Engine on the Paciflc coast for the fishing trade.
Ask any oue of the many owners of a "YALE" his opinion of the
"YALE."
We build these Engines ln two different styles, the Medium and
Heavy Duty sizes. i
The Medium Duty Engines are built In four sizes from 5 h p to
20 h.p.
The Heavy Duty Engines are built from 20 h.p. up.
Get your drders In early.   Write for Catalogue.
The Schaake Machine Works
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
1
AliUS&Co.
Smart Apparel for the
Younger Men 16 to 60
517 Columbia Street
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.
Our lines comprise Stoves. Ranges, Heaters, Kitchen Utensils in
iron, tin and enamelware, Dishes, Glassware, Furniture, Furnishings,
Linoleums, Floor Oil, Etc., Etc. Sewing Machines and Office Furniture.
We will oell you for cash or will furnish your house for a small
payment down, balance paid monthly.
C. N. EDMONDSON & CO.
Corner off   12th  Street and  Sixth  Avenue
THE CHEAPEST STORE IN THE CITY.
Liberal Association
THE ANNUAL MEETING
of   the   Liberal Association   of New
Westminster  will  be held in
aty-**xz
EAGLES' HALL
ON
FRIDAY EVENING, MV. 29
8 p.m.
for the purposes of electing officers
Mr. M. A. MacDonald, chairman or
the Provincial Liberal organization,
will address the meeting. All LiberaU
cordially Invited.
G. KENNEDY. ED. GOULET.
President.       (112)       Secretary.
Fraser Hotel ^/|
IS NOW OPEN
Meals at all hours. We serve
the bestir market supplies J��* {J���� X��� *��%
71 ���     r^r^/^OfC     Cirf^Al   flr8t tlra0  slnce  organization  ir.  tho
1 1    OllijDilli     ��jtreel   Y. M. C. A. building yesterday after-
LADIES BEGIN CAMPAIGN
F03   VICTOMAN   ORDER
Vie.
i      tho
These Are All in Good Locations
and Are Good investments at the
Prices they can be Bought for Now
1359��� FIFTH STREET near Eighth
avenue; 50x1.12 to lane; a good buy
at $1,000; one-third cash.
1195��� SEVENTH AVENUE near 4th
street; two lots; upper side; 50x130
all cleared and graded; price $1275
each.
1337���06 FOOT LOT corner of Sixth
avenue and Ash street; price $4000
on easy terma.
1393���KNOX STREET, SAPPERTON.
66 foot lot In good location; Just ott
Columbia street; price $1200 on
easy terms.
1398���6 LOTS ON TWELFTH AVE.,
near Sixth street car line; 60x150
each; some are cleared; street is
graded; price $3000 on good terms
CM.C. WATCH FOBS
AT
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
THr
JEWELER
5m
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  FOR  HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions.
Now is the time to build for tale or rent while prices are low
W. R. GILLEY, Phona 122. Q. E. QILLEY, Phona 291.
Phonss, Office 16 and H.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST,
We have a limited stock of COMOX COAL
which we can recommend for Steam and
Furnace use, which we will sell for cash only
FOR SALE
Modern 6-Room House on Hamilton Street;
Modern Conveniences.
PRICE $2850, $500 CASH, BALANCE AS RENT
DONT MISS THIS CHANCE
628 and 741 Columbia Stroet, Phone 85, Naw Westminster, B. C.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employer*' Liability,   Automobile
and Marina Insurance.
ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656
63 Sixth Street

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