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 VOLUME 7, NUIife i"   198.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.. SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 26, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTB.
PLANS ALREADY LAID
LOR MACHINE WORKS
If Bylaw Passes 250 Skilled Artisans Will be Employed on
Lulu Island -Manufacture Famous Diesel Oil Engines in
Westminster���Provisions to be Made for Ship Building
and Repairing���Special Machinery to be Installed.
USED SUSPENDERS
10 END HIS LIFE
Remnants   Pointing   to Suicide
covered Near Corpse Lying In
Brushwood. jj
DIs-
On Wednesday next the voters of favorable vote ls obtained on the by-
New Westminster will decide whether law, operations will be Immediately
the elty can lease and give option of started on the piling work of the
purchase on certain Lulu Island acre- wharf. An Immense 20 ton jib crane
age to the Heaps Engineering com- will be located on the wharf so that
pany for the purpose of this concern it can be used for the transshipment
erecting a machine plant. This mat- of any heavy material from elthc
ter has been before the people for the ships or railroad cars. All the build
put few months, but up till now little ings will be of frame structure with
data  has   been  obtained   as   to Just corrugated Iron roofs.   Piling will be
what the company proposes to do,
Yesterday afternoon a representative of the Westminster Daily News
interviewed Mr. H. Schaake, president
of the Schaake Machine company
which was taken over by the Heaps
used for the foundation, while for the
buildings which will house the heavy
machinery piling and cement will be
combined.
I Network of Tracks.
It is proposed to build spur tracks
company last June, and the following  from the Queensboro line of the B, C
Information was obtained: i E.  R.,  entering the  property  at  th?
Near the Bridge. i corner of Furness and McEwen avenue
The property in question is a tri
angular piece of land adjoining the
Lulu Island swing bridge and is
bounded by Ewen avenue, Furness
street and 647 feet waterfrontage on
the North Arm of the Fraser.   To be
exact It comprises 4.9 acr?s. .
On  this  property   the  Heaps  com I
pany proposes to spend a sum which
and these will be strung all over the
property so that the operating ex
penses so far as transportation is con
cerned will be reduced to a minimum.
The machinery of the plant will be
rf the best modern type that money
cau buy. Many of the machines now
in use at the Schaake Machine Works,
while in good working order, are now
will SBjprosto.te i-'^ooo, of which ?"' c,{ ,d,ate- an*? Il bf *e��� dec'^d
���� tim-at *- ��� ������ .. 'ii i.?.�� j,j ��.it0 Bel1 t!iem and acquire a thoroughly
Sii?     *!t?m 'i^m^    ��;d ���'up-to-date plant.   The works wi'.l   be
buildings atone which will house one d�� exclusively by electricity, tht
of the finest machine plantain the majorIty ot the .Sacm,, being con-
Canadlan   west,     rtils   MMM>  alone' nec'ted ' ,th  8e arat0  motor8.  80
will be money spent In New WesUnln-  th t one       rtion cf   the     lant
''m' 8Silu"lber 'nade "p at '��cal "*�� can be operated at any one time.
mills will be used, and wages to work Pre3ent ProdUijlioB.
men who are living or w111 live Inside Ag. e(J ag tQ ,he nature of thc work
the city will he no smnll item. the ScliaaJ:o Machln9 Company    has
Kdmonds, Oct. 25.���The mystery at
tending the finding of a man's bod.
ln the bush near the Douglas road
early on Thursday evening, wan
partially cleared this morning when
the daylight revealed the fact that the
man had committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree with his suspenders.
A portion of the suspenders waj
found still clinging to tbe tree, which
was a small.one. The body waa removed this morning by Undertaker
W. E. Fales, of New Westminster, and
was buried this afternoon ln the
Eighth street cemetery. Coroner Mc
Quarrie decided that no inquest was
necessary.
Although the Vancouver police bave
been notified of the finding of a
revenue tax receipt on the body bearing the name of George Saunders,
they have not been able to find any
trace of such a person having lived
iii that city and the mystery will
doubtless be added to the long list
of unsolved tragedies on the lower
mainland.
CLEARING AT DAM
IS WELL ADVANCED
BIG FLOUR MILLS
FOR PORT MANN
on
Veteran   Miller  Arrives
Coast-Plans for 2,000
Barrel Plant
Will Spend   $750,000���Elevator,   Oatmeal and Flaxseed Mills���
Make Linseed Oil.
ASSESS DAMAGE IN
WESTMINSTER CASE
Albert Taylcr Awarded $3000 for Lou
ef Foot In Azcidsnt at
Brewery.
In an action tried befcre Hr. .luetic-
Clements and a jury yesterday al
Vancouver, Albert Taylor, laborer,
Sapperton, sued Nels Nelson, brewer
Sapperton, for unstated damages
through the loss of his left foot, while
engaged In work for defendant.
The jury after' about one and r
half hours deliberation assessed tbi
damages at $3000. Plaintiff on Febru
ary last was engaged in grinding mail
when his left foot became entangled
!n an unprotected pulley. Mr. Taylor
sustained such severe injuries tha!
the toot and part of the leg had to
be amputated.
In his directions to the Jury the
judge laid stress upon the fact that
nlalntilf was an uneducated man. ic
the prime of life, wholly dependent
upon his physical strength for a livell
hood, and asked them to place themselves individually in Taylor's position and estimate the value of his lost
limb.
Mr. S. S. Taylor, K.C. represented
nlaintlff. and Mr. Reid, K.C, appeared
for the defendant.
LUMBER INDUSTRY
EXTENDING PLANT
' Thirty Foot
Level
Reached���Several
of Campe Closing Down End ef
Oetobtr.
Vancouver, Oct. 25.���Mr. F, A. Bean,
president of the Robin Hood Milling
company which owns mills at Moose
Jaw and Calgary, and president of tbe
International Milling company, of
Minnesota, arrived in Vancouver this
morning to confer with Colonel A. D.
Davidson, of the C. N. R., regardins
the erection of a large flour and flax
seed mill at Port Mann.
Mr. Bean Is a veteran miller, well
soh was absent in the East, but wil,
remain in the city for a tew days and
will also make a visit to the proposed
site at Port Mann before returning.
Has Selected Site.
The company proposes to spend in
the neighborhood of $750,000 ln a
milling plant and grain elevator, the
flour mill having a capacity of 2000
barrels daily. There will also be oat
meal and flaxseed mills, as well as u
plant for manufacturing Inseed oil.
Mr. Bean Is a veteran mill and well
known throughout the American continent . When here la3t with Colonel       .
Davidson a site on the waterfront was I Government Will Appoint Royal Com-
, selected tor the Industry. I
H mission  on  Labor and  Agricul
New Development of British
Canadian Company Involves $90,000.
Work Begins on Planing Mill���Storing.
Sheds and Office���Finished by
January 1.
MAYOR LEE ElEOED
CONSERVATIVE HEAD
^^^^_    Employ 260 Men    	
Within   the  nent  year,  If  the    by' wblle repa'-r work was an important
law passes, at least 250 men will    he  feature, he had been installing    saw
employed  In the shops, although th"  machinery, canning factory plants and
agreement   with   the   city   only   call:*  marine  engines
for 100 men (white labor).   The ma
jority of the   iubcr   will    be    highly
skilled.
Within fhh next   three   yeara   401
Several  hundred  men wbo,  during
the past summer, have been employed 1
^^^��� ^********************m mm   A���..I..
THREATEN STRIKE ON
tural Conditions.
lilt: kTl    I1HU..V WHVWHI *m mm .     w ,^^^^^^^%M      UM   	
been doing. Mr. Schaake stated thnt|t��� clearlng"operatTons around Coqult-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^******************** -.    .^    ���,
men (white, labor) will be employed
at the plant, for by tbat t'me th��-
Diesel oil engine department will be
In working order.
To the merchants this will mean a
great Impetus to trade, for a working total ot 250 men means
figuring three to four in the family, a
total approaching 2000 persons will
be dependant uuon the pay roll of
this company alone.
While the plan3 have only bee:;
drawn up In a rourch state, enough
wa3 shown by Mr. Schaake yesterd.v
afternoon to give the public an out
line of what the company proposes to
do.
Bit, Machine Shop.
The machine shop Itself will be
located on McEwen avenue. It will bo
99x400 feet, with trac'is running
right into the.shop while a travelling electrle crane capable of lifting
20 ton 3  will be installed    from    the
roof.
The fffice of the company will b"
near the bridge and separate from
tbe other buildings.
Ad Join in? the machine shop will be
an immense foundry with all the
latest appliances for the handling of
large and cumbrous castings. This
will be. 80 Teet wide by 250 feet long
one storey ln height, with tho niosi
modi rn Improvements ln the way of
ventilat'on. while it is l'kely tha'
shower biths w'll he installed for the
use of the moulders as. is customary
In many of the Eastern and English
foundries.
Patterns'snd Storage.
In the centre of the property It Is
planned to erect ths pattern and
storage sl'op 60s2"0ft feet, while to the
east of til's vill be a smaller shed
21x50 for the ho ising of lumber.
Fnc'.ng the waterfront will be the
warehouse, GO feet hy 200 feet long,
and this w'll be ln such a position as
to allow unloading and loading from
either railroad cars "'      -���*�����-�����
      __ to a  larger    degree
during the past year than ever before.
"If Buch a plant as I have outlined
is located In New Westminster It will
mean that the city will be headquarters for one of the largest plants of
Its kind west of Toronto.    It will be
right  in  the  heart  cf  the  lumbering
industry,  right  in  the  centre  of  the
canning operations and with (he plans
 ^if  (lie harbor  well  under way, ship-
that, | building and repair work will also be
certain to grow with the general development.
Big Outside Trade.
"Some people imagine that the majority of the work which is being turn
ed out by the plsnt Is used in local
manufactories. That is a great mis-
take, for not three-tenths of our out
put is loen.l trade. The dsmand for
such worl: is growing enormously in
Vancouver Island.
"Once loRt to New Westminster, tho
clti-ens cannot hope to get this Industry back again."
lam lake, .where the B. C. E. It
building an Immense dam, wtll probably Invade New Westminster and
Vancouver during thc next two weeks.
Several of thc ciinps will close down
the first of next month for tlie wlnte:
cn account of the near approach c:
the rainy season.
The HO foot level has been reached
which means that the land 30 feet
Higher than the present water I!n<;
has been cleared, and a portion of th?
CO foot level has also been completed.
The company is clearing this land
so that the purity of the lake from
which the city of New Westminster
gets its water supply will not be endangered In any manner whatever.
DREDGE EOR HOPE  '
IS NOW IN HAND
C. P. R. SYSTEMI
Revelstoke'. Oct. 25.-Maycr John A. 1 ��^��0*&��������
Lee.  ct.l*^  Westminster,  was   ��n (^mple^
MORE INDICTMENTS
EOR USES TO COME
Lict to Date Contains Fourteen Criminal and Eleven Civil Trials���
Dean's Not Vet Arrived.
The IndictnienU for the criminal
cases which will be .heard at the aa
ij-.zeS next week have been received
from the attorney general's olt'ce in
Victoria, and are being studied ay
Crown Proseoutor J. 11. Grant.' Fourteen indictments have been received
and set down for trial, but this is not
thc entire list.
The    Indictment    against    Charles
Denn, the Bank of Montreal robbery
| suspect, and several* others are nn*
Seattle    Man    Spending    $30,000
Equipment for Gold Winning���
Peculiar Features.
on
Six  Months  Negotiations  for  Higher
Pay and Overtime Said to Be
Fruitless. ,
Ottawa, Oct. 25.���A statement is
sued by A. It. Mosher, president of
the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Employees indicates the danger
of a serious strike on the Canadian
Pacific system. The organization represented by Mr. Mosher comprises 5,-
000 employees, Including freight handlers, freight clerks, clerks ln the yard,
office and employees of the clerical
and baggage departments of tbe Canadian Pacific. i
In the statement it is claimed that
"for   the  past
ani mously tected president cf ths Brl
tish Columbia Conservative Association at Thursday's convention. He
will succeed Mr. W. M. McKay, bf
Vancouver, ln thanking the convention for his election Mayor Lee stated
that he would malic il his earnest
endeavor .to blird .toother all. possible
opposing factions. The mayor wag
vlce-pieoident for 1911-1S13.
After a close contest. Mr. H. L. Edmonds, also a Westminster man, former treasurer, was elected third vice-
president   over   Mayor   Robinson,   of
Kamloops and  A. E.  Planta of Nanaimo.  uud   Mr.   P.   E.   McKenzie,  another Royal City man, was elected to
the executive for his city.    The other
officers   selected   were:     Mr.   W.   T.
Shatford.   Penticton,   first   vice-president, following Mayor Lee; Mr. Leonard Tuit,  Victoria, second  vice-president;   Mr. J.  B. Williamson, Vancouver,   secretary;   Mr.  Theo.  Wadman,
Revelstoke.   assistant   secretary;   Mr.
E.  Mills,     Vancouver,    treasurer.
^^^^^�����     year
Developments are coming fast In
connection witb the British Canadian.
Lumber company's plant on Luld la-
land. The latest is that extensions Involving the expenditure of $90,000 in
machinery and buildings are beiiu
planned and will be carried out before
1912 comes to a close.
According to announcement made
yesterday the company is about to-
start the construction of a- planing
mill which. Including machinery, wiU.
Involve the expenditure of $50,000, besides shed buildings for storing lumber costing $20,000 and a new permanent office at the cost of $8000 to
$10,000. In all an outlay ot some
$90,000 will be made.
Use Own Product.
This is not taking Into consideration the fact that tbe company will
prepare the lumber used in the proposed structures In the mill.   This by
itself wlll no doubt come to a con- -
slderable sum in time-and labor ana
if Included In the estimated expenditure would no doubt carry the   total
well above $100,000.
The planing  mill,  construction  on
the foundation ot whicb -was started
yesterday, will be one    ot the   most
complete ot Its klud to be erected tn
Westminster or  vicinity.    TUe    mar
, chlnery ltselt Wtll be    ot    tfce    moat:
1 modern style and will cost a good part
*   -   -           The    apparatus   bna-
and the structure wilt
aud equipped In every
detail in sixty days' time.
More Storage Sheds.
The plans for the sheds, which wil?
*-���'J      Smm     m*ramtaam     tha      Vlltn     ftriefl'
B.
the   organization   has
six months has been negotiating with | -������ ��� -T���.
company and with the department cf; The executive council for ner.t
labcr with a view of obtaining higher'*as chosen as follows: Kootenay,
pay and overtime, but so far without! cw * Stark, Nelson; Yale-Cariboo,
avail." I J- T. Robinson, Kaf'oops; New West-
Today Mr. Mosher issued a state- minster, D. E. MacKenzie; Vancouver
ment through the press that unless B. F. Andrews; Victoria, H. Cuthbert;
a board cf conciliation is appointed i Comox-Atlin, J. Merrifield, Prince
bv the department of labor a strike Rupert: Nanaimo. A. E. Planta.
will be called as a last resort. The Rt- Hon. R. L. Borden and Sir Rieh-
I statement contains au outline of the ard McBride, last year's honorary of
��� ��� *. . mm.  ficers,  were  again  nhoeen  amid  en
be  used  for  storing   the   Iddn  dried:
lumber preparatory  to shipping:,  ar-?
ouly in a rough form at the present
time.     C'onslruction,   however,   it     la-
expected, wilt beg-in ebout the.first of
pext week and expectations ara tliat
the   buildings   will   be   completed   at
the same  time as tbe planing    mill:
The  Bbeds   will   be  located  alons-s'de-
the railroad spur ranging from Ewen
avenue    cud    practically    forming   a
crescent.
Construction on the ctfice will also
be started next week. The buildings
will be located on Ewen avenue close
to the car line, rt Is expected that
the office will be finished and ready
for occupation about the end or
November.
Saw Mill Is Busy.
The big saw mill of the riant    la
at present  cutting  the  material    to
be used  In the  three  new  buildings
bes'des taking care    of    the    usual
orders.
Ti-r* v-Ve pf these great developments are in line with the plans of
the compeny and afford the best of
evidence as to the success of the-
great industry upon Lulu Island witliv
in the city limits.
One of the first dredees ot its kind I BeriouV consequenoes which must en-1 J'������-   ����-��� V"-".:.,,..  ,B cne ol
-er bu,U in Canada is nowjn_handj 8ue, ^  ^ cessatton^of the work thuslasm. fJT��f��������ff�� jjf ~8 ��0\
Machine W��rks of
not
(Killing  irom j bubv^k,.,  ���..._   ���	
���._���.     or  ships  which j included, although they are expected
could tie up at the wharfage. {within a few days.    Among the    In-
Perhons the feature building of the i<tif-tmAnts received are tbose of tbe
entire plant Is the proposed Diesel oil
' -*    ���*.mmm   tt.r.   wnrlrl
engine department, where the world
famous Diesel engines will be mnnn
factored. Mr. - Heaps has obtained
the Canadian rights to manufacture
thia latest Invention of marine ami
mis  ia��-��v   in,..,.	
stationary methods of propulolon and
bis agreement compels him to begin
production or lote the patent r'ghts.
Tbls department has not entered Into
tbe negotiations with the city council
and will be an entirely separate feature of the works.
W9rtd Famous Engine.
The Diesel engine has enly been on
the market during recent ream   ��mi
Ite worth in d*wos"'~*"* 'K"*0
that tbe    British
equipping several -^^^^^^^^^
fleet with these same engines, invented by a Herman, tt has been ths
subject ot worldwide comment In engineering olrcles owing to the fact
that It Is destined to supplant the use
ot steam tajlneti' to a large degree.
The motive power Is generated trom
crude oil and an. export has been here
lng pfkns for the   erection
plant. ^^^^^^^^
Shipbuilding Yard
The admirable wharfage
the company to enter the field
bonding   and   repairing   anrf
V,im*r���m.m   mm .-
are accused of the murder of Guard
I Joynson.
The Indictments   follow.   Including
the offences  for which the accused
must stand trial:   Rfcx vs. Skipworth,
false pretences;   Cunliffe,   statutory;
Grossi,   attempted   murder;   Hooley,
thoft;    Frank   Van,   theft;    Conner,
wounding wtth Intent;    Smith,   murder: Wilson,   murder;    Bogh   Singh,
perjury; Isjer Singh, per Jury; Murmy,
wounding;  Brian, attempted murder;
Goudy, arson; Stevens, perjury.
, ��� |    The eleven civil cases which are to
recent rvtua   and dato scheduled for trial nre:  Nagata
��tra ted by the faot et al vs. Brunette Saw MIU company;
admiralty  ,1s now  Wolfe vs.. Surrey municipality;  Mar-
of   Its    mosquito tin vs. B. C. Electric; Sand vs. B. C.
*"   Mills Trading and Timber company;
F.ider vs. Fader; Walmsley vs. Slalor;
City vs. Cunningham; Gavin vs. Foster; .SVridan Vs. Mc"utnheon; Jtoyat
Bank of Canada vs. Cule; Cntawofth
vs. Cook et ill. '������'.-
ever    ^^^^^^
by the Schaake ���_^^^^^^^^^
ibis city. It Is known as the Rochford
dredge, designed by a San Francisco
man, and 'a for use as a gold dredg.i
at HopeJibn lhe Fraser river. The entire machinery and hull will be built
ln Westminster sufficient evidence of
the poss;btlitle3 ot   this   city   as   a
manufacturing oentre. H	
The dredge has been ordered by | cent
Mr. A. E. Hansford, of Seattle, an old
sourdough of Alaskan days. The cost
v ill be in the neighborhood of $30,000
and the contract calls for Its completion by the lirst of the year.
Mr.. Schaake Is waiting for tbe result of tha Heaps by-law, which ls to
be vutcd upon next Wednesday, and
If this ts ratified by the voters a scow
load ot lumber will be taken at once
to tho Lulu Island property and work
started on the hull of the vessel.
1    The motive power wlll be gasoline,
' islta and the Yukon.
^^^^    peculiar   fejL^^^^_
dredge are unknown in these parts.!
The ladder type of excavation ls be-i
ing used, but is entirely different to
that cf others of its kind operating
n British Columb'a.
Wlieq completed the dredse will be'
towed un the river by a thg boat St
far ss the depth will allow and th"
rest o,f the distance will be made by
the use of winches and hawser*
fastened to trees along the river
bank.
dk-.tments reoelved ��.��  ~������ ..  .     .^^^^
two prisoners at tbe penitentiary who Us Is used in Alaska	
* """  ���"*" ** ""��"< I Several   peculiar   features    of    the
resulting from the strike.
The billing of the freight, the compilation cf the payrolls, the checking ot the baggage., etc would, it is
claimed by the brotherhood, he demoralized and held up by a strike.
The  clerical  department   demand i
! an increase of trom 15 to 30 per cent.
and the freight handlers of 30  per
nt
President Mosher held a conferenca
with the minister of labor this afternoon, at the conclusion of wh'ch De-|
puty Minister Ackland stated that ths j
appointment of a board had not yet
been determined. The brotherhood,
which is Sn organization cf comparatively recent origin. Is not recognized
by the company as a union.
Thn fnct, however, will not effect
the decision of the department in
boa-d. The Btatetnent Issued by the
brnthcrhocd Includes an outline of
wh#t cessation of the work on the
part of the employees concerned
would mean.
the party/   There are 372  delegates
present and a large number of partv
adherents and supporters.    Sir Rich
ard McBride and Hon. W. J. Bowsei
gave spirited addresses at the outset
A notable feature of the conventioD
was the announcement of tlie premier
tha*. the government intended to appoint a'Rbyit Commission to Inquire
into labor and agricultural condition.*
for the benefit of both the worker an'!
farmer.   The ebjeot world be to aup ,
ply   the    workmen    with    an    equa'
amount of work at all seasons of thc
year.  -With regard to agriculture it
was hoped  that lt  would  solve th'
question Cf settling    the   province's
great areas ct tillable lard.
At today's session resolutions were
adopted ashing the federal government to appoint a commission to enquire into the high cost of living, to
Increase the duty on American frul*
ln order to   ^^^^^^^^^^^^*
FATHER TAKES BOTH
SONS TO HOSPITAL
Tom Millard She; in Heal on Birthday
by Companion's Cun���Gus Hao
Fever. ..  .
Mr. A. R. Millard, the well knowro
storekeeper at Westminster Junction.,
had the unhappy experience of bringing in his two sons, Tom nnd Qua*,
aged 22 and 24 years respectively, to-
the Royal Columbian hospif.l yester.
day.
Tom Is sufferin#from a serious gun���
the heel.    While he
JOYNSON FUND CLOSE
ON THOUSAND DOLLAR3
t.--- .ij^^^^^^^^^^_ shot wound In
m u���.  w protect the home grown I ^M out on i hunting expedition   on
I product In^ Canadian markets, and to Thursday wUh   a companion   named:
1 appoint a federal minister of mines.    i��... u���.iH���v. th. ihhm- ttum
Attorney General Bowsei; announced,
that within the   next    two    weeks
Premier McBride and himself would
PLAN FOR K1NT EDWARD -��
MEMORIAL   ENDORSED
leadlni
A little over fifty dollars is all that
now separates the Joynson fund from
the thousand dollar mark. Thre*
more contributions of a substantial
nature yesterday brought the. total up
to $342.55. Nine dollars has been sub
scribed hy the employees of T. 3.
1 Trapp. while W. G. McQuarrie sent
mar. ^^^^^^^^^^^******************^**a
21  BllU  nam-mmq���...	
on tbe coast.tti the emp!oy_of
Westminster Appointees.
Victoria, t)ct. 21,���-Anions the lates'
appointments made by the lieiitPtian'
t-cverner In that of Thomas Wllllar1!
Dixie, of   N��w Westminster,    to   he
Toronto.   Oct.   2*.���Forty
business men  ot Toronto,  at an In
formal    luncheon    today,   enthuslas
tlnnllv endorsed the propused million
dollar King Edward  Memorial Fund
ior   consumptives;  and   unanimously
a'rreed 'to   accompany   a   delegation
w-hti-.h will o.sv the Boa^d of Control
to submit a bylaw raising $200 OOC <tt
the city's contribution   to\tapda   the.
fund. .      , f.
The p'^.retsr^ restate hn<i Informed
Governor-General    th��'    tr'~*
on tne cob3i>���� "������> ���*---*,.. . .j,
Heaps nince .Tune ofthls venr perfect-
.- _ -A-,m ti*.-. thn   m-ectlon    or   tne
iiotary puum^  	
will allow Westminster, to be a court of revision have approved the   use  ofthe  ����������,|*.      *����;������������
leld of sh'p'and appeal for the now Westminster K'ng's name In connection with the '���
and,   K   a assessment district. '       I fend. [���������������'�����
New Westminster.   ��j   uri    ���    ..��,���...-...	
notary publlc.   W. F. Hansrenl. New i George and Queen Mother Alexandra
^^^^^^^���t- - mumm. m. ������i,d*��� I u.���. or.nmv��i the  use  of the  lato I ���
\p\)V> and W. M. L. $10.
Contributions may be sent to Rev
E. G. Thompson. 407 Columbia street,
��ny of the city banks, the Westmln-
eter Dally News or the British Columbian.
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[%*>, Employee* T. J. Trapp.     9.00
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W. M. U  .-   10.00
SUBSCRIPTION  LIST.
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go to Ottawa to discuss several questions including tbat of better terms
for British Columbia.
Upon thta It was expected that a
committee would be appointed, on^
provincial, cne Dominion representa
tl"e and the third probably by the
colonial office. The question of Indian reserve* would also be taken up.
ROOSEVELT   RECOVERING
Resumes Work  and   Is   Preparing to
Mai's Two Speeches In New York.
Ovster Bar, N. Y., Oct. 25.���Colonel
Roosevelt,|i rapidlv recovering from
the wound Jnfllcted V John Schrank's .^^	
bullet, MM todav put In a busy morn- Police Are Hunting-,
log ��ypr��-more HI1L Vanconevr. Oct. 25.���The cKv
Thf! colonel   awoke  early, dressed provincial police ar*   searching
'n  s   khaki suit   and ate   a ctty and district tor C. T. J,
breakfast.                         "^^"^^^^^^^^^^^���^^^^������
Bert Mouldey, the latter stumbled-and
fell near the charcoal pltts, Westminster Junction. In some mysteriuu*-
manner the hammer of Mouldey's gum.
which was down at the time, struc'r
a stone and fired the cartridge, with
the result that the contents blew a
large .hole clean through Millard's
heel. It is feared that several bone*
are broken.
It was the unfortunate youth'*
birthday, too.
As the sufferer Ib a strong healthy
lad lt is hoped no serious consequences will follow.
Gus Millard wes found to be suffering from typhoid fever. Both lads
Were brought in by the ambulance
wagon.
mi
tbo
  tom-
rar'ner, who made a svecessfureacape-
Val    wen... ^^^^^_^^^__
'he he dictated   some letters   nnd from the Mount Coquitlam asylum orr
^^^^^^���^���������*>>>>>>>**********^********m,**.. .    ..   ���_   til    A^mmmfaaiB
Total .
������rted to prepare two speeches, one
tp be delivered In   Madison   Square
-..Garden, New Tork. next week, and
^^^^^^^^^^���l tbe other at Oyster Bay oh the eve of
��� ������������������ ���ip* election, ^^^^^^^���
..,$9.42.56
Tuesday afternoon. He Is d&sorittotf
aa a man between 35 and' 40 year*
old and. ls easily noticeable owing to*
the remarkably erect pwrtttoir he sa*-
jsumes ln walking.
fl PAOW TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1912.
I
I Classified Advertising
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P RATES. ���
���������������������������������*������������
Classified���One cent per word per
day; 4c per.word per week; 15c per
month; 5,000 words, to be used as required within one year trom date.of
contract, $25.00.
Birth pr Marriage Notices 50c.
Death Notice SOc or with Funeral Notice $1.00. Card of Thanks 50c per
Inch.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED ��� P A P B R-H A NGER,
about three days' work. W. Reider,
at new house, corner Ninth and
Dublin Btreet.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHElt
desires engagement two or three
hours a day.   Box 125 News office.
WANTED TO RENT���ABOUT DEC-
ember lst, comfortable house with
conveniences ln good central locality.    Apply at News Office.
LADY WANTED���TO HANDLE THE
sale of a high class Real Estate
proposition. The property ls very
easy selling aud the remuneration
will be generous to the right party.
Apply Penticton Townsite Company.
_   451 Columbia Btreet, New Westmin
ster. B. C.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE ��� THAT BEAUTIFUL
lot on the corner of Fifth avenue
and Seventh street, 100x100 feet;
all kinds of fruit trees, beautiful
view, etc., at a special bargain until. Nov. 1 only. Apply 527 Fifth
street.. Phone LS41.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, 1 WILTON
rug 9x12, 1 Tapestry 6x8, 2 Singer
sowing machines, .1 practically new,
1 new Victor gramophone and records, 1 mahogany music cabinet, 1
quartered oak dressing table, rockers, bed springs and mattresses,
garden tools and a lot of other useful articles, 1 coon coat, 1 Russian
bear, fur-lined, slightly worn. If
you mlss this you will be sorry as
all will be sold at a sacrifice. 527
Fifth street.   Phone L841.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, ARMSTftClNG
elevator, in first class condition;
capacity one ton. H. P. Vidal &
Co.
WANTED ���BOY TO WORK IM
glazing shop. Apply Walsh Sash &
Door Factory.
WANTED ��� EXPERIENCED MAID
for general house work. Small
family. Good wages. Mrs. Cronin.
1778 Fourteenth avenue east, Vancouver.
FOR SALE���BY OWNEa IN WEST
end, new fully modern six roomed
house, extra well built. Price moderate. Terms to arrange. Apply
Wm. C. Lewis, 930 Tenth street.
A. SNAP FOR QUICK SALE���SEVEN
roomed house ou Eighth avenue.
f-;ll baseT��ertL open flre place, beamed ceilings, $3600. Small cash payment, balance to arrange. G. P.
Mitchell, Box 876. City.
FOR   SALE���FOR    STOVE    WOOD
Phone R 1140.
NEWS    CLASSIFIED    ADS    BRING
seller and buyer together.
WANTED���BOARDERS,  527  Carnarvon  street.
TO RENT.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED
keeping     rooms.     619
Btreet.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PITMAN'S SHORTHAND TAUGHT
by certified lady teacher. Proficiency guaranteed. Terms moderate.   Box 122 News office.
HOUSE-
Hamilton
TO RENT���TWO ROOMS AND BATH
Moderate.   Apply 1011 5th avenue
TO  RENT���DOUBLE    OR    SINGLE
rooms, furnished, 1020 Third avenue.
TO RENT���FURNISHED Housekeeping rooms at 224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���ROOMS SUITABLE FOU
club rooms or light manufacturing
2520 square feet of floor space. Ap
ply to manager the News.
 V m^a^iisrpa ij
The feature cf the city market ye3
terday was the heavy arrivals of al1
kinds of Thanksgiving poultry. These
included gesse, chickens, roosters
ducks, etc. As the result of t'ae heavy
supply prices ware a little easier
than usual,though dealers had no difficulty in petiir.s r'.d cf their stocks ?.'.
, I reasonable fig-ires.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED    HOUSE-j    Another advance in cgS3 was alsf
keeping rooms, hot and cold water. | inark , ���   go
Apply room 9.  Knights of Pythias (
hail, coiner Eighth street and Agnc::
street.
LOST.
LOST ��� A CRESCENT SHAPED
brooch, word "Yukon" across it. Ko-
ward at News office.
LOST���ON SATURDAY. $125 IN
five and ten dollar bills, between
Columbia and Eighth streets, or on
Sixth street car. Finder please return to Daily News office and receive liberal reward.
:'.nce the supply yesterday -.vas better
than it has beett for some time. The
deirand was awaj' above the average
and the price hardened from 45 to 47
cents whc'.esale to 46 to 48 cents. The
retail charges, though showing a
stronger tendency remained stationary.
l'he turkeys in the poultry market
brought trom 28 to 30 cents, live-
weight, while the geese went at from
20 to 23 cents with the inquiry on all
hands good. A few crates of young
pigs brought from $4 to $7 a porker.
The vegetable stocks were about
equal to the buying. Spuds were below the usual receipts and the supply
proved just equal to the demand.
In the fruit Une apples were the
predominating feature on account oi
the heavy arrivals. Tlie buying, however, fell off *!'-������.���������'!.'��� a"d a number
of boxes were left on the floor. The
receipts of pears were away below
the average and with the inquiry good
what there was cf them were readily
snatched up.
Fruit.
Apples, per box  80c to 11.2R
I Pears, per box  75c to $1.25
CHILLIWACK FARM FOR SALE      Crab Apple9> per crate 60c t0 7&c
Fifty   acres   all   cleared   but   1%' Vegetables, Wholesale.
LOST���WILL PARTY WHO PICKED
up waterproof coat with pair of
gloves in pocket kindly leave at th A
Westminster Woodworking company
and get reward.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295.        P. O. Box 777.
Beets
acres
-acres, and all under cultivation, three  ,,
..acre orchard;  21 acres of hay.   Ten ' Carrots, per sack
roomed house, stone foundation   and ] Parsnips, per sack
cellar;  barn 40x60 with lean-to; hog1 Turnips, per sack 60c
pen 28x36;   large   fowl   house.   Per-
per sack $1.00
76c
85c
petually flowing creek along back end
of property; considerable standing
timber; perfect drainage. Prico
$21,000; one-quarter cash; terms.
Would consider trade for revenue
producing city property.
This can be leased. Three year term
if required for $25 an acre. Some machinery Rues with the farm.
INSURANCE
Insures Sleep
You may wake up tomorrow night
and find your heme filled with smoke,
and you do not carry a dollar's worth
of insurance. A tire policv costs but
little.
Does it pay you to take chances?
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Fire, Accident, Plate Glass, Automobile, Burglary,  Employer's
Liability Insurance.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Three lots close tn the Court House
$2150 for the three. Small cash payment.   Balance easy.
Modern five roomed bungalow on
^Eleventh avenue, $2250. Electric light
nnd city water on premises.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Cold''Utt Block, Fourth Avenue
tPhonc .7.19. East Burnaby, B.C. j Ducks, live, per lb.
A
Potatoes, per ton  $13 to $14
Vegetables, Retail.
Beets, per bunch  5"
Onions, per lb 8c
Potatoes, per sack, new   90c
Carrots, per bunch  ac
Cabbage, per lb 3c
Turnips, each    oc
Eggs and Butter.
Esgs, wholesale, rer dozen.46c to 48e
Eggs, retail, per do?en SOc to 60"
Butter, letaii, per lb 30c to 35e
Butter, wholesale, rer lb 27c
Fisn.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lh.  .. ...20c
White    Spring    Salmon,  per lb.  15c
12 lbs. for 25c).
Flounders,  per Hi 10e
Sturgeon, per n> 15"
Blue cort, yer lb 10c
Halibut, per lb the,
Stcelhead, per lb 15c
Smelts  , 2 IIib. for 25c
Retail Meats.
Beef  best rib roasts  15c to l*c
Beef, loin    ISc to 22c
Tlmmt, round steak 2flc
Boiling beef    10c to 14c
Veal  1 Re to 18c
Pork      18c te 20c
c-utrar curei bacon   20c
Mutton     12c to20c
Dressed elttej'en, rer lh 25c
Wholesa'e Meats.
Yeai, large   9c In ine
Veal. *TTii.n    13%c to 14c
Beef, front rpirtrr  9 to 10��
TWf  hind carter Uc to v>-
Spring lamb   p,  15c
*fufton    ... ..... .1"c to 12*1,0
Pork     .'.'.'..As,.12V4c to 13c
Poultry.  ":,
lee*,*. Vive,  ench '.$1.50 to $2
lkns. Fiv.li, vox itf,?.        ,-'.'��,��(! to $7
Psttl   lare, -or rt,.,    " '       M t0 j1p
Chlc'-epR. por di** tttp $5.Sf
' Brol'ers. yer t\m          HjYflo *���*
I lien*, llv. "-cr IV       ..'.'." '17, 1��� tir
. Chicks**. 1!V"   -irr LL*.   . , ," ' -, .��� ,���>1 ���
'   Di-cks, ner doren   '   jR t0
Kc to
Qtizcns of New Westminster!
Do You Believe That a Pay Roll City is the Most
Community for Your Investments ?
Do you believe in holding the industries New Westminster now has and adding to them by all reasonable
inducements and concessions to manufacturiog enterprise ?
Then vote for the Heaps Engineering Company's site
by-law on Wednesday, October 30th, and retain for the
Royal City and the Fraser River an industry essential for
a manufacturing centre and an ocean port.
Manufacturers favor a city where not only the burdens imposed on
industry by civic progress are light and reasonable, but a city where
there are all the manufactories necessary for co-operative production.
Ships' masters do not favor bringing their vessels where unnecessary
delays and expense may be incurred in obtaining repairs or strengthening their equipment while in port.
Under an agreement with the Corporation of the City of New Westminster, the Heaps Engineering Company, which has absorbed the
Schaake Machine Works, covenant to erect on a leased block of City
land on Lulu Island a modern engineering plant, capable of handling the
biggest factory or marine repair job, and manufacturing machinery for
equipping factories and vessels.
The plans of the Company in establishing the new enterprise provide
for an investment of at least $250,000 immediately, and eventually Half
a Million of Dollars. The new plant will give employment to 250 men at
its inception and eventually 400 men will be on the pay roll. There will
be skilled mechanics, drawing good pay and the best class to build up a
city.   Only White labor will be employed.        ,
*
The city GIVES AWAY NOTHING to retain this splendid industry.
A fair rental is to be paid under the lease; the purchase price of the
property which the company may eventually acquire when the terms of
the lease have been complied with, is fixed at its present value, or after
a ten years' lease, is to be settled by arbitration.
To secure such an enterprise other cities would gladly grant a bonus.
New Westminster retains these important works under a business agreement fair alike to city and corporation. Is it not worth while for the
ratepayers of New Westminster to support an agreement of such value
to the city's industrial development?
Vote for a Bigger Pay Roll City
and the By-law on October 30th.
7'
-.*,���.   , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1912.
WOULD HAVE SHIPS
TRAVEL IN PAIRS
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
London
ehipowrur   Thinks   Thla   la
Only Feasible Safeguard Agalnat
Dlsaeter. * -
London, Oct. 25,-'Tn my opinion,
the only way that steamship companies owning liners of the gigantic
����*c of'the Titanic, from which ln a
Rale It is practically impossible, lf Indeed, feasible, to transfer the full
tSrttti tment 0f Pa88e����8ers and crew
ilfSSte: can give the maximum of
safety their ambitious ideas of elegant and  luxurloua  means of travel
is  liable   to   Imprisonment   of   from
three to eight years.
Publlc opinion against Dlaa, however, ii *o strong that.lt ls thought a
sentence of death may be pronounced
on him as well as all the officers and
government officials who joined his
na 'ise and were captured. The troops
which rebelled will, In all likelihood,
not be punished.
Felix Diaz is to be brought before
the court-martial this afternoon.
Some of the volunteers who Joined
Tliaz belonged to the leading families
Of the city. Tho��(e of them who were
captured wlll be sentenced to short
terms of Imprisonment, but many of
them have escaped.
Commodore Azueta of the federal
navy called laat evening on Genera!
Beltran, the federal commander-in-
chief, who received him coldly, tell-
ing him that he did not adopt a definite attitude during the Dlaa revolution. It ls reported the commodore
also is to be court-martialed.
The garrison of Vera Cruz consists
nrara   ���- I^^^^^^^^^^^^m
mmaa. o��.u luxurious means of travel Ttle earrlson of Vera Cruz consists
aemand is to sail two of the steamers 6t 200 men of ��'��� branches of the Ber-
at tne same time'.'" vie*.    Thp />!���������� .��rf~,��., ���*-. ���.
at the same time.      ^^^^^^^_
This is the opinion of Mr. John Latta, a well-known ahlpowner of consld
erable experience.     Mr. Latta ls the
totl^Vl % the N,trate Producers'
Steamship Company Ltd., a very successful shipping enterprise, and hla
viewa are regarded aa worthy of serious consideration.
... "filing this," continued Mr. Latta,
it should be possible to make a dual
arrangement of the kind with their
competitors, pairing boata of about
tbe aame speed, and kept In touch by
���?m v��f wlrele�� telegraphy, Each
would have two very large electric or
motor-driven lifeboats of the wKUe.
type,  resting    on  ways    ever
back
ready, and so capable of being launched, and available, In a very few minutes. Those on board the Intact ship
would have tbe Inestimable advantage
of being free from panic. Four large
motor transports, manned by trained
seamen, each capable of carryint
probably 200 or more souls, wouM
immediately be in commission for th*
rapid transference of those on board
the damaged or the Intact ship. Th��
ordinary lifeboats could also be re
qufsitfoned at the same time.
"T do not believe there Is'any other
method possible to ensure safety, as
a liner of the size of the Titanic can-!
not reasonably be   expected   to carry
suflicent   trained   seamen   to  handh-
successfully an operation of the mag-
. nltude that the Titanic  disaster  provided.   It would strain the utmost efforts of the seamen of both steamers
, to tackle such a disaster efficiently,
and in many other ways it could hav
advantges In the shape of saving bul
I'pn    and     other    valuables,    which
would probably recoup   the Inconven
lence or rearrangement that might be
necessary to keep one steamer as a
tender to the other."
_ . mmm���     m.      I.IIU     DCI '    I
vice. Tbe cltv's perfectly quiet and-|
business generally has been resumed.
"Death to Diaz."
Merlco City. Oct. 25.���A demonstration In favor of the Mexican Government was held last evening when a
large number of people paraded the
streets waving banners ahd shouting
"Hurrah for the government; death to
Diaz!"
A detachment of mounted pollce
Vent In close touch with the demonstrators and no disorder occurred.
MARITIME LEAGUE _
' FEARS EOR SAEETY
Miss 'Mabel Fraser, of Vancouver, la
the guest of Mlss Rand.
��� ���   ���
Canon and Mrs. D'Easum left yesterday morning on a short   visit   to
Calgary and Edmonton.
a     *     .
Mrs. George T. Wilson, 731 Twelfth
street, wlll receive on the first Friday
of each month. ��� ''
��� *   ���
Mrs.' A. M. Hearing. 1117 Hamilton
street,  will receive on  the flrst Friday during the winter months.
��� ���   *
The Misses Graham from Scotland
spent a few days in the city recently
as tbe guests of their brother, Mr.
John Graham, 703 Third avenue.   .
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Cope, wife of the assistant receiver general of Cliarlottetown,
Prince Edward Ilaland, la visiting her
brother, Mr. D. H. Macgowan, 313
Second  atreet.
LEESLIMITED
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE       M 	
"We Furnish  Your Home Complete
This is The Famous St. Clair
Meel Range
PAGE THREE
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
COURT MARTIAL EOR
DIAZ AND OEEICERS
Leader   of   Farcical   Mexican   Revolu
ticn  Will  Probably  Be Sentenced
to   Death.
Vera Cruz, Oct. 25.���Two of the
captured officers of the staff of Felix
Diaz were shot by the federal troops
at 10:;>,0 last evening after being sentenced to death by summary court-
martial. The execution was carried
out with absolute secrecy. Their
names were Major Zarate and Majo.-
Cuesta.
The court-martial began its sessions
at 5 o'clock in the evening and IU
judgments will be delivered and the
verdicts put into effect within 72
hours from the time of the meeting.
Major Fernado Zarate and Major Julian Villas are pleading on behalf of
Diaz, who according to military law,
NIGHT SCHOOLS.
The night schools wlll open at the
John Robson school, Sixth street, on
Wednesday, October 23, the hours being from 7:30 to 9:30 every Mondav,
Wednesday and Friday. They will be
continued during the winter months
aa long as the attendance warranta.
L.  AVORY WHITE.
Secretary Doard of School Truateea,
i New Westminster, B.C.
Fall Suits
for Ladies and Men
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46  Lorne  Street,   New Weetmlneter.
Say Deepatch of Eight Veseela to the
Mediterranean Will Weaken Britain
in North Sea.
London, Oct. 25.���That the despatch of eight battleships to the Mediterranean will seriously weaken Britain's naval strength ln the North Sea,
'�� the cry of the Imperial Maritime
League, wbo, at their meeting today
protested the reported intention of
the admiralty.
According to tbe league, If eight
battleships, which comprise the third
squadron, set out for foreign waters,
England will be left absolutely inferior In naval strength should Germany take the Initiative and attack
the Mother Country.
Using figures to bear out tts argument, the league declares that after
Uduclng 25 per cent, of the total
force for those ships which would not
be readv at a moment's notice, Britain, after despatching her third
squadron to the Mediterranean, could
���onfront fiermany's 25 battleships
vith only 19.
Tn regard to fully-manned destroy-
���ra readv for war. England has but 41
against Germany's 66.
Concluding their outcry, the members of the league declare that Eng
'and has never been in such a plight
'or centuries.
PRINCESS  GETS   DECREE.
Marriage Not Binding as no Registrar
Was Present at Ceremony.
I ondon,    Oct.    25.���The     Princess
leanne Marie Louise de Bourbon was
granted a decree nisi in   her suit to
irll'fv    her     marriage      to     Prince
'harles   Albert   de    Bourbon,   which
r*oh tilace tn the Protestant   church
at Soho on March 29, 1910.     The decree was granted on the ground that
the marriage was void owing to the
act that no registrar was present at
'he. ceremony, which tooV   place   behind closed doors.
The princess deposed that nhen
she arrived at the church she found
^er imnbew present, but no registrar.
A clergyman performed the ceremony,
but he said it was not legally binding
as no registrar was present. The
minister gave a certificate to the et-
'��ct that a ceremony had been performed. The prince aald he would
take the certificate to Austria and
ret the marriage registered, but he
iid not do'so.
The princess testified further that
fV>e following autumn, when she and
the crlnce were In Paris, a lady came
4" the houae who called herself the
Princess de Bourbon, and who said
*'*e was (he wife of the prince
than went away with her.
He
TUCGESTC SUBSIDY
FOR LATE CTEAMERS
Qerhee.. Oct. 2K ��� Tho* ***o Dominion government should further winter
navigation on the St. Lawrence bv
giving a subsidy to all the steamers
thnt will continue to uae this route
until Jan. 5 ls the suggestion made by
Mr. Fl. C. Fry, agent at Quebec.
"The States subsidised tts shipping
in order to encourage promotion in
every respect, then why should not
Canada emulate the exampleT" aaked
Mr. Fry.
BOOK NOW
FOR THE
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
TO THE OLD COUNTRY
and Get Choice Accommodation
ALI, TRANSATLANTIC  LINES REPRESENTED.
CHOICE OF ROUTES TO THE 8EABOARD.
LOWEST RATES OBTAINABLE.
amall deposit secures best accommodation available,
���""" .,_-. ���  r,   *, t  A- W. B. DUPEROW, Q. A. P. D.
"f^rS^f VlS>?> VANCOUVER. B.C.   -MT Ortnv.ll.Str**
Mlss Wllla Jones, of Petltcodlac
New Brunawick, arrived ln the city
this week and will spend the next
few months here, visiting her sister,
Mrs.-V. H. Elckhoff, of Agnes street.
��� ���   * .
Miss hand entertained   informally
on Saturday 'afternoon ln honor of
Mrs. Thompson. Among those present were: Mrs. Macquarrie.* Mrs.
Thompson, Mrs. Ballach, Mrt.'Russell
Mrs. Diamond, Miss DeWolf Smith
Miss Pope and Miss J, Mart.n.
��� *.    a a
Miss Arde Mackenzie, of   Toronto
will speak on the Victorian Order of
Nurses this afternoon In the banquet
room of the Y. M. C. A. at 3 o'clock,
under the auspices of the Local Council of Women. Miss Mackenzie would
like to establish a branch of the order in New Westminster, and it is
hoped that all who are interested will
attend this afternoon.
��� *    ���
Mrs. C. E. Doherty entertained a
number of little totB on Wednesday
ufternoon ln honor of her little daugh
ter Sheila's third birthday. Among
those invited were Miss Esther Eddy
Miss Dorothy Mackay, Mlss Jean Mac-
kav, Miss Beverley Jones, Miss Clara
Mallns. Miss Theresa Martin, Misa
Peggy Lee, Master Watson Jones,
Master Gordon Corbould, Master Don
Corbould and Master Warren Mallns.
��� ���   ���
Thursday afternoon claimed Mrs.
Gaynor as one of its hostesses, when
she invited a few ot her friends In tor
tea. Among those noticed were: Mrs.
McColl. Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Corbould
Mrs. Scaddlng (Toronto), Mrs. Homer
Adams. Mrs. A. J. Hill, Mrs. J. Hill,
Mrs. Macdonald, Mrs. Charles. Mrs.
Beattv, Mrs. C. E. Lewis. Mrs. J. C.
Armstrong. Mns. Shadwell. Mrs. J. C.
Brown Mrs. G. A. Allen, Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. Marcon.
��� ���    ���
Mrs.  Brydges entertained   on Mondav afternoon in honor of Mrs. Ken-(
dai  (Hosmer).    Among those noticed]
were:    Mrs. Dickinson,   Mrs.   Allison.
Mr*. O. D. Brymner, Mrs. Marsh Eng-
I lish, Mrs. Grant. Mrs. Yuengling, Mrs.
Macquarrie,  Mrs.  Thompson,  Mrs.  J.
Brymner. Mrs. Doherty, Mrs.   Malins,
Mrs. Coulthard. Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs.
Russell,  Mrs.  G.   B.   Corbould,   Mrs.
Marcon,    Miss    DeWolf    Smith. M'ss
Cotton, Miss Corbould.  MIsb   Wright,
Miss Freese and Miss Shildrick.
...
On Frldiy of last week M". r,'i-K
son was hostess at a very bright and
p,ntnv-.hle vnrk tea In honor of Mrs.
Scaddlng (Toronto), and Mrs. Kendall (Hosmerl. Asslstlne at the tei
hour were: Mrs. Yuengling. Mrs. G.
B. Corbould, Mlss Pove, Miss Corbould. Mlss Cotton, Misa Rand. MiS3
Wright and Mlss Nora Armstrong
Among those Invited were: Mrs. Cor
bould, Mrs. Scaddlng. Mr?. Keedill
(Ho��mer), Mrs. Brvdges. Mrs. Clute.
Mrs. Briggs, Mra. Pyne, M-s. P.��������l.
Mrs. Macquarrie^ Mrs. Billot. Mrs.
T. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Richirdson,
Mrs. Gaynor. Mrs. J. R. Grant, Mrs.
Cotton. Mrs. Rlchi'dson. Mies
^'r'ght. Mlss Corbould. Mlss Pops,
Mlss. Cotton, Mlss   Rand    and   Mlsa
Nora Armstrong.
���    ���    ���
A large and enthusiastic audience
attended the performance of the
'Chocolate Soldier" In the Opera
House on Thursday night. Among
those noticed were Mr. aud Mrs. G. D.
Brymner, Mr. and Mrs. Rlcha^d^on,
Mr. and Mrs. Coulthard. Mr. and Mra.
Davidson, Mr. and Mra. J. E. Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Armstrong. Mlss
Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Haines, Mr.
and Mrs. Kendall, Mrs. Wood*. Mr.
and Mrs. Brvdges. Mlss J. Martin
Mini E. Martin, Miss Brown, Mlss
Gertrude Brown, Mlaa Annandale,
Mlss Rand, Mlas Fraser (Vancouver).
Mlss Warwick. Mlsa Curtla. Mr. Pelly,
Mr. Wylle, Mr. Frank- Major. Mr.
Brown (Haney), Mr. Walter Brown.
Mr. Harrlaon. Mr, Lloyd, Mr.  Stacey
and Mr. Pratt
��� ���   ���
Another hostess on Thursday afternoon waa Mrs, A. F. Cotton, who entertained a number of her friends at a
very jolly work toa. Assisting at tbe
tea hour were Mrs. Russell, Mlss Cotton, Mlaa Rickman, Miss Corbotild,
Mlsa Brown. Mlss Gertrude Brown
and Mlaa Keary, Among those present were: Mra. Keary. Mra. Macrae
(North Vancouver), Mrs. G. B. Cor-
b-.nid. Mra. Sinclair. Mrs. Doherty.
Mra. Ardagh, Mrs. Brydgea, Mri. Kendall (Hosmerl, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Eddy, Mra. H. P. Latham, Mra. Richardson, Mrs. J. Allen. Mra. Pvne, Mra,
Sutherland, Mra. Balloch, M^s. Grant,
Mra. Diamond, Mra. W. G. Macquarrie.
Mra. Thompson. Mi's. Rant, Mrs.
Jones. M'aa Shildrick. M'ss Homer,,
Mlas Peele, Ml���� Moore (Peterboh>),j
Mlss Wright. Mlaa Corbould. Mlss1
Keary, "Mlss Rickman, Mlas Brown,
Mlss Gertrude Brown, MIbs Elenor
Martin, Mlaa Pope, Mlaa Briggs, M:sa
T^amy. Mlas Alma Leamy, Wtm Alirta
Lewla, Mlss Freese. Miss Rand. Mln
Mabel Fraaer (Vancouver), Mlsa Marlon MarMn, Mlaa DeWolf Smith- and
Mlsa Annandale.        B|fl
Special Dining Tallies at Special
Prices for Yonr Thanksgiving
that we have sold ao many of; built upon the
aame clean-cut lines aa the famous St. Clair
Malleable,  but at much lower price.
$45.00, $50,00, $55.00, $60.00.
according to size.   Let ua tell you now about this
splendid   range, the flrst time   you   are In   the
store.
We can rush the order to you at the last minute.
Six and eight feet extensions at ...$12.50. $15.00
Solid  Oak at \at. .$16.00, $18.00, $20.00
Quartered  Oak at ;, .. .$18,00, $20.00, $25.00
Extra heavy and size 12 feet extension, by   58
Inches, at    $110.00
Solid Mahogny Dining Tables at   $55.00,   $60.00
and   $75.00
The little Ruby Heater
The fireat St. Clair Malleable
The most cheerful emenator ot solid comfort in
the store world. Prices $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.
A wondertul fuel saver, and the most satisfactory range on the market. XI you want complete aatist action at the least expense to run, you
will certainly buy a St. Clair Malleable, $67.60,
$72.60,  $77.50, $82.50.   Part caah if you choose..
Wood Heaters at $2.50, $3.50, $9.00, $7.50, $10 03,
$16.00. ^H
We Carry COOK STQVtt In Qualities for $12.50, M5, $18, $22, $25 and $28
"WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE"
LEESLIMITED
Send Us Your Telephone and Mail Orders
EDMONDS  jl I
Meat MarM1 m BaDk of Vancoaver f
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868. Room 4 Traoi Block
Second Hand Store
j. a. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and   second   hand
goods of all kinda.   Tools especially.
���0 Melnaet Street. Phone 100$
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A general banking business transacted, drafts and letters of credit
sold payable in all parts of the world. Savings bank department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streets
O. D. WILSON, Manager.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Wat en,   Aerated Water*
Manufactured ay
J. HENLEY
NSW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Telephone R IIS. Offlee: Rdnewa St
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLISH WORSTED, SCOTCH
TWEED, IRISH 8SR6E, etc., Juet
Arrived. Perfect Fit and Workman-
shlip Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Fron* Street^
64?
EVERY part of every
Pit-Reform Suit is
tailored by an artist ��� a
specialist���on this part of
the workmanship.  -
It is Artistic Tailoring that
has done so much to make
Fit-Reform the wonderful
success it is.
Have you seen the latest
fall styles in Fit-Reform
Suits?
ACME CEOTH1NG CO.
C. til GREEN, Manager.-
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, Mi.
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Westminster daily ieb.
Published every morning except
Sunday by The National Printing and
Publishing Co., Ltd., at their office,
��3 McKenzie Street, New Westmlnater, B. C.
ROBB SUTHERLAND, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
Business Office  j}99
Bditorial Office   991
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By carrier $4 per year, $1 for three
���tenths, or 40c per month.
By me 11 $3 per year, or 25c per
mouth.
Vernon Will Send CarloadAtj> Liverpool  for Advertising  Purposes,
Vernon, Oct. 25.���The V$rijft%Board
of Trade has made arrangement's this
year, as on previous occasions, with
Messrs. Simon Shuttleworth, of Liverpool, to send a car of locaj fruit to
the old country by wSjf-6f|tjfQ|'tjsing
the products of the valle^TM packing Is being done by the Okanagan
Fruit Growers' Association and the
Vernon Fruit Company.
A special label will be, mh ^ the
boxes md the car will. ��lf f aj^orated
with linen streamers indicating that
its contents came from :Qfeanagan. No
one will accompany the ear this year,
but special arrangements'.\S*f being
made with the C. P. R. (6 have the
car rushed through -witJw<*b��-:>iitnioBt
despatch. nataBBaaaaaaam
The year before last the frylt was
delivered in Liverpool in 23 days.
DISCUS
WATER
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2?, 1912.
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TO HOLD OR TO LOSE T
The terms upon which the Heaps
Bngineering Company and the City
Council have settled with regard to
thc leasing of some four acres of land
in Queensborough, just across th3
Lulu Island bridge, havo been published-for some days in these columns
and we would direct the attention of
our readers thereto. It ls with satisfaction also that we note that following the endorsntion of the proposed
by-law, upon which the ratepayers
will be asked to vote next Wednesday,
tbe Progressive association, after'dur
���consideration, has acted in a similar
manner.
The question at issue is shall we or
shall we not give this Important industry a twenty year lease upon thia
valuable property with the right    to
-purchase  the   same  after flve  years
or  stated   longer  periods  have    expired ?
It will  be seen  that the company
agrees to employ at l^ast   100   white
men and to expend at least $150,000,
but, as we stated last June, when this
matter first came up, these are the
minimum figures,   and,   as   will   be
noted in another article in this issue,
the plans of the company which ha3
taken   ever    thc    Schaake    Machine
works are very much more ambitious
than these figures would indicate.
The ratepayers are asked to voto
upon the agreement as it appears,
and therefore there is no need for U3 j
to dilate upon tho advantages Which Uhe   discussion   of   Cleveland"* 'water
would   accrue   to   Westminster   from I supply, taken from Esa>8 ErioHhto-.tg'
Oceanic Steamship Company, reported a heavy sea running, 63o faift'es out,
and said she had been compelled to
shift her course to weft bjr northwest. The barometer stood at 29.98,
with Indicatioinr-that the stoftn would
increase. The Sonoma is en.route to
Australia, via Honolulu, with passengers and merchandise.     ,
The' steamer Wilhelmina of the
Matson Navigation Company, whicii
left here yesterday for Honolulu,
wirelessed that the gale had been met
360 miles out, rrd that she was having trouble in making her way. The
barometer stood at 29.60.
The Porter, an oil steamer, reported
from 455 miles to the,.^artU,that
stiff southeast gale wasfbtotyi
the barometer at 29.4S.,'        .
With
FRUIT   IN  ENGLAND.
International Association Meeting Divided on  Sewajaf,3lh|s^<(|ti ,/"
Cleveland, Oct. 25.���Amer!fe*n�� and
Canadians attending the convention of
'tie Great Lakes International Pure
Water Association, found ttit?j*i6ejve9
divided ou the question o'f serfage Ais-
posal.
Dr. Allan McLaughlin, of the government health service, discussing
3ewage polution of the Great. Lakes,
declared for a guarded and ..regulated
discharge of the refusa into jjje lakes.
U scheme v,as onposed bv the Can
adians who favored a general hw in
both countries that would provide for
;lise'iar?.e cf sewage into t'ie lakes.
As betweev. purification of-tlve wnter
swpily cf a city and the pttrficatior,
cf tl~e sewage discharx'dg )nfb th'!
���source cf that supply. Dr. wcueug*
tin sanctioned water purification, hold
Ing that it i-s   cheaper and   more ef
fective,    A controversy arose ilurin?
... *.
POLICE LIEUTENANT
ASSERTS INNOCENCE
Becker's Nerve Still    Holds���Due   to
Be Sentenced on Wednesday-
Will  Appeal.
New York, Oct. 25.���Placing all
blame for his conviction on Justice
John W. Goff's refusal of hla chief
counsel, John F. Mclntyre, to allow
him to take the stand In his own behalf, Police Lieutenant Charles E\
Becker, found guilty here late last
night of murder in the first degree
for the killing of Gambler Herman
Rosenthal, insisted tpd^y that he. la
iniiftcent.
"Justice Goff's charge to the jury,"
said Becker, "was manifestly unfair
to me. Had I been given a square deal
I would now be a free man."
The prisoner still retains  his iron
nerve.   His chief concern seemed  to
be for   Mrs. Becker,   who   swooned
when the verdict was broken to her.
"Oh, it can't be true!" she cried.
Then she fainted.
Attorney Mclntyre announced thlg
morning that he would file notice of
appeal next Wednesday, when Becker
is to be sentenced. He characterized
Justice Goff's charge as so unfair that
'he jury was forced to convict. Mclntyre Insisted there were plenty of
grounds on which to aak for a new-
rial, and .that the verdict will not
itand.
District Attorney Charles S. Whitman and his assistants admitted today that they had expected a disagreement of the jury.        * '���"*���
None of the jurors would discuss to-
lav their deliberations. It was learned, however, that all were agreed
from the start that Becker was
;uilty.
The fii-st ballot Stood 8 for convlc-
icn of first degree murder and 4 for
second degree murder.
The condemned man ate a heartv
'ireakfast this morning and insisted
that he felt fine. Later in Uie morn
'ng Becker held a long conference
with his attorneys.
Net a member of the pollc9 depart
^-ent coiid be found tcdiy who would
disciss Backer's conviction. Assistant
���Vntrlct   Utorrey Most admitted that
District Attorney Whitman   and   him-
elf had been threatened   with  death
r-*r prosecuting Becker.     Most of the
threats, he said, came frcm persona
���t the under world.   Moss sad he had
��� othirg to fear, as wbat ever part he
���layed in the conviction    of Becker
.vas in thp regnlnr course of duty and
'.oi.ld net be hold against him,
HOTEL FRASER
E'GHTY ROOMS
NEW AND MODERN
The most comfortable rooms In the
city;  hot and cold  water and steam
radiator in each.
Finest wines and spirits dispensed
at the har, and first class cafe run ln
connection.
THOS. WITHYMAN, Prop.
Phone   186.
Corner Front and Begbie Streets.
Fraser Hotel tAlL
IS HQW QEEN
Meals at all hours: We serve
the best tlie market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
thc fact that v.ithin her bounds Waa
tho Canadian headquarters for the
manufacture of Dieael oil engines.
The use of the gasoline engine in our
fishing industry is patent to all, a:jd
it would seem to he only a matter of
time before a larso proportion of all
��raft are similarly driven.
There  is  no  doubt  that  hundreds.
���of Canadian cities would jump at ths '
��iiance    to    secure   an
n int-.
tour miles off shore.
PaiCT.T   R"TS COMCTABLE.
works of the nature proposed, but fo
Westm in ster it means more than
this. We understand that an alterna;
tive site for the plant exists in Vancouver t'.pcn Burrard Inlet, and that
if no agreement Is now reached, not
only will an enlarged industry be lost
to the city, but our present payroll
���will be depleted by the removal of an
old established manufactory whicii
for many years has given employment
to about one hundred men.
Some concessions have been granted upon both sides, the elected representatives of the people have decided
that the terms for retention of thia
industry are just and equitable and
in line with the progressive policy of
the city. Behind them thero is the
assent cf the merchants and public
men of Westminster and we therefore feci that it is the duty of every
ratepayer to investigate for himself.
and havhig done so. that lie will decide to register a similar decision.
Lively Tiit in Toronto   Court  Results
In   Discomfiture  of   Inspec'cr.
Tcrcr.io,   Ont.,   Oct.   25.���"I    wanl
this  man  ta';en  into   custody  on   a
charge   cf perjury,"  shouted   Inspector Archibald, et this ��Tt��rti(ft/Ps police Court session as fteV.Vntlr# Con-
>vay, one of the l'aulist fathers, now
engineering  conducting a mission   in   St.  Peter's
UBERAL6 MAY  NOT
CONTEST
fo^ ridin:
FOSTER   NEEDED   HERE.
���Canadian Member of   Imperial   Trade
Commission   May Abandon Trip.
Ott Oct.   26.���-f    the    present
plans i.. imperial trade commission m.. ��������� iizcs, the stirring voice
of Hon. ?o    K. Foster will    not
often be I. ,i in the debates in ths
commons tins coming session. Word
has just boon n ceived from England
that tho commissioners wlll sail on
Jan. l"i for the Antipodes, where tliey
will remain until July,
Mr. Foster, when h�� left for the old
country to attend the s< h.;|ous of the
commission which arc uev being heH
in London, expected thai lv would bs
able to return to Canada for at least
two months of the session :\"d at
time when tlie more impoitant i
tion was being discussed.
There is a strong feeling thai with
stich a moiventons session ahnad. tho
government should not be without the
nprvic.es of its most exj-.pr'enced oar-
llamentarian. For these reasous it Ih
possible thai Mr. Foster can be induced to abandon his trip to Austrai'a.
Mr. Foster is expected .back from
Kngland In December in time to introduce the West IndlPi trade agreement whloh he Is anxjous tn have go
in force on Jan.(l, BJvcn If Mr. Fooler does not accompany the commission to Australia in January hi will
Catholic church, left the witness
stand.
| Father Conway v.as crossing the
railway track at Sunnvside in an automobile when Constable May stopned
the chal'feur and threatened to fine
him for speeding. ' '���
All'three occupants of the car testified that the car had slowed down as
It approached the constable- s^ijd was
not exceeding four miles 'an' hour
The priest stated under oath, in spit"
of the officer's evidence to the con
trary, that the officer hid said:
"I will flne vou fcr th'*.* '���������"���
Magistrate Kingston] dismissed thc
case, whereupon the inspector made
his startling declaration.
When the court refused to grant
his demand, the chief inspector ex
claimed in a loud voice:
"I think this man should he locked
up on a perjury charge. These foreigners should be taught they cannot
come into this court and get away
with any attempt to make a liar out
of the constable."
"Thank God. we've got honest
judpf:8 on the Canadian bench, if we
haven't honest men on the police
force," was the priest's farewell compliment.
"Show that man out of court   and i
do it at once," shouted the inspector.
Father Conway and his friends de-1
narted amid loud laughter among thp
spectators  over   the   discomfiture-.of
Inspector Archibald. |'
Ottawa, Oct. 2,'.���Aldermen P. W.
larland. cf Ottawa, was the choice of
he Liberal-Conservative Association
"���f the County.cf Oarletc\ which met
'i oonvent'on   at Stitt9v"lie  today  to-
nnoint a successor to contest the
Md'ner for the  f^dTal  seat made va-
-int b.v the death^of Kdwar^ Kidd. ^1
��. It is likelv tliat the nomination
��� ill mean an acclamation, because the
'.;beral3 have not vet held a convention  or signified    their  intention    of
lacing a candidate in the fleld.
COOKING
WE OFFER PURE SPICES
Guaranteed against adulteration.
Sage, Cinnamon, Tumeric, Allspice, Mustard. Ginger, Pepper,
Cleves and Mace. Try our
Vanilla for - flavoring ��� you'll
like It.
���AT���
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE  57
Westminster Truat  Block
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parliament.
a?tcr  tho  closing  of
STORM   ON   PACIFIC.
f,teamf:ra Have Trouble With Heavy
Caie and Have to Shift Course.
San Francisco, Oct. 25.���Wireless
messages received here todav from
vessels on the jnld-Fac'flo told of a
>f��>vv r n'o ra ''lug off shore. ' The
atcamcr   Sonoma,   owned     by    the
Scats on sale
���** Tidy, th,) .ji-iori,
: %-vtii7t>.
YEARS
HOUSE. N.X
Phone LVU.
Monday.
Mail orders now.
THE
Queensborough
REALTY CO.
LARGEST UST OF
WATERfROHTA��E
achutf ni uns
STORAGE
F0R SPUDS
Our new warehouse quarters in the Kelly, Douglas building, being
full to overflowing, we have again rented our old place on the Market Square, and we are now prepared to take care of any quantity of
spuds, or other commodity, which require dry and frost-proof housing.      ��> ��� .
HERBERT P. VIDAL & CO. Phone 475
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
- Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
CSTI MATES and DESIGNS KU RNISHED
THREE SNAPS
Fifty foot fine orchard lot,
high ground and low price, $530.
Good terms.
Fifty foot lot on Sixth street,
near city, only $850.
Three lots, 41x177 feet each,
on Sixth street car line. Quick
sale at $2500, for the three.
Terms.
Warner, Bengs & Co.
Phone  1024.
Coldicutt  Blk.      East Burnaby.
Selected House Buys
The following list speakj f. r Itself. There Is not one item, but
is good   to   the superlative d< gree.
This office has the finest s lection of house properties for sale In
the city, acting as agents for proprietors, who are reaaonable when
it comes to price and terms. Scan this list���lf what you want la not
there, come to the office and we will go through our listings with
you.
For Sale���5 roomed house on Hamilton street; built-in Buffet,
Beamed Ceiling, panelled Dining room, Fireplace, Furnace, Stationary Wash Tubs, Electric Liglit Fixtures, full sized basement, nice
lawn and flowers; all fenced connected with sewer. $300.00 Caah
will handle this; "balance monthly or most any terms.
For Sale���Nice C-roomed house, steam heated, facing on 13th
street; close to 7th avenue, good vlev/; .$3300.00, $300 Cash, balance?
as rent.
For Sale���4-roomed houBe on ICth tstreet; close to 8th avenue;
large lot, 65x100; all cleared und in garden; price $2525, $425 cash,
balance $15.00 per month.
For Sale���5-roomed hcuse on 8th avenue between lst and 2nd
street;     $2330.00,    $200    Cash, and $25.00 per month.
For Sale���Beautiful new 7-rcomed house cn 4th street; all modern in every way;  price $4203, $1200 Ca3h, balance cn good term3.
The Peoples TrusiCa,!?
451 Columbia Street
S(B
THE MAN WITH THE SHOE
OPPORTUNITY
Do You Believe in Opportunity ?   Do You Recognize
One Wh6n it Arrives ?
A. ECCLES McGEACHIE, THE EASTERN SALfeS SPECIALIST, has the balance cf A. Matheaon'a Shoe
Stock to clean up, and he ia fl��i"fl to do It before October is out. The laat two 8aturdaya he haa b��an
aelllng Ladles' K00 and $5.00 Oxforda and Pumps for $1.00 a pair, and on Saturday he will do tha eame
up to 12 noon���Not After.    Only 84 paira of theee are left, but all atylea yet from 2a to 7e.
What We Advertiie We Can Deliver.
But Let's Get Down to Prices:
LADIES!
84 pairs of Oxfords and Pump*
from Columbia street	
34 CO and $3 00 values; ail sizes,
ler
1.00
MEN
Wc tiT/e 1CC pnirs of Drsss and
i-J. Co wen Bco'.s; value up to
S>3.73.    Your pi;!< cf these
��.)) A k >C?��3
A BIN FULL
Or  Ladiea'   Leggings,
Boots and Slippers.   One price
Kiddles'
GENTS' VELOUR
and Gun Metal Boots, Dictator
Brand, $4.00 value; to finish
them
��P JL a��k7d
MEN'S GUM BOOTS
Saturday only; the price Is
$2.75
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
GUM BOOTS
All aizes in stock 6s to lO^s.
$1.95
S.LE THESE ANYWAY
Two Cr.s of Boats, Shoes and
'���'������;:r.-i Values up to J.4.00.
Come e-.rlv 'cr the bo3t
95c
SCHOOL BOOTS
A    bunch    of    Ahren'a    School
Boots.   Solid Leather
$1.35
FOR JOHNNIE
Jlmmle, Annlo and the Baby,
400 pairs Boots, Shoes and Slippers
55c and 95c
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
The Popular Shoe Store 641 Front St.
Sole Agents for New Westminster for the Famous K Boots.
Open Evenings Next Week Until 9 p. m.
Please shop as early on  Saturday aa poesible to Insure proper attention,
the floor, but we could not wait on everyone last Saturday. -
We have a bunch of help   on SATURDAY, OCTOBEfl it,  1912.
FACE FIVE
WESOHNSTER DAILY NEWS   "1
REPORT FROM EAST
I NOT BELIEVED \
SPORTSMEN!
Your attention ls drawn to the  'act that we have .the largest variety of shooting accessories In the" city. s     *'���*���'{.
Sterllngworth   Dble.   Bbl.   Han merleaa' .Shotguns, each I88.M
L.  C.  Smith  Shotgune,  each r,   $82.50
Parker Shotguns, each                $50.00
Pump Guns, alt makes, each..  .* $28.00
DOMINION, U.M.C. and WINCHESTER Loaded'Shells in all loads
from 76c to $1.25 per box. .,
COME UP Sixth Street and aee our diaplay.    It wftf .interest yoti.
FOR RENT
STORE nnd basement cn Begbie atreet, Just oif Columbia
Size 30 feet by 66 feet.   Immediate roaaesninn
street,
FOUR 'STORES In the new building on- Columbia street, at   the
comer of Brunette street,'Sapperton. This block haa just been
pleted and is thoroughly up-to-date ln every wav.
Full particulars on application to
com-
TODAY'S 8PORT CARd��;
Jchnjon and Hyland Have Both Signed Contracts with Westmlnstera
���Lltchenheim Gaa.
The news which appeared in a Vancouver paper last evening that Sammy
nhelm, president of   the Vvn i
��� ot rent' Hockey club, had obtained the
r;ni mrea of Ernie Johnson and
Ha��~y Hyland for hla N. H. A. team,
created no,little furore on the street
last evening, but until.official statements are given out by either tbe
players or Manager Patrick, -little
credence is given to the report.
Johnson and Hyland have both signed contracts for Westminster, Hyland
affixing his name to One .two days before he went east, while the "Big
Moose" came through with his whin
Lester  Patrick was in the east.
The report also Btated that the
Montreal magnate was after Ran McDonald and Hugh Lehmann and that
he expected to land these two befon
Soccer.
vs.   104th
M. J; KNIGHT & CO* Ltd.
55 8IXTHr
regiment,
Moose
3 o'clock.  ^^^^^^^^^^^
Bankers vs. Burnaby, Moody
park, 2:45 o'clock.
Rovers vfc. Celtics, Recreation park, Vancouver, 3 o'clock
Richard McBride scbool vs.
Herbert Spencer school, Sapperton, ,10 o'clock.
St. Louis college vs. High
school, Moody park, at 9:30
o'clock.
Lord Kelvin school vs. John
Hobson school, Moody park,
10:45 o'clock.
Rugby.
Calgary vs.  Vancouver, B'ock-
ton Point, Vancouver, 2 o'clock.
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PHONE 237.
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t* THE
WBIKIB TRUST, UMITED
'if - '���    J* i. JONES, Managing Director,
Head Office: 28 Lorns Street,  New Westmlnater.
BASKETBALL  BEGINS.
Mllltla Team Outclassed by Speedy
Y. M. C. A. Boya.
The City Basketball league seasoe
was ushered In last evening at the Y.
M. C. A. when the team'of the asso
elation administered a crushing de
feat to the quintette of the 104th regl
..    _���_ ���   v^��= ***** uciui.-1 ment    The n,jiitary men. were never
the next two days are past.   However,  ,n  the  runn,nK and  the  BDhflrfi  lvap
I.llrh*.nl��oif,i     r,a���     V.��     ��l��-���i     i-   .*	
Litchenheim
!... um muiiiug uiiu me spnere waf
^^^^ can be placed In the, continually ln their quarter through
same  class as George  Kehnedy  and ] OU( the game.
It. J. Fleming of lacrosse fame. Thes? |    Qilley, of the Ya, was   a star   bv
himself, netting the ball no less thai-
two individuals had about every well
l;nfAvn player in the game signed
early last spring, but when lt came
to a show down they found little
picking from the western clubs.
Sammy Is of the Con Jones type.
Harry    Hyland    is    practically    a
certainty  for the Westminster team
in tl^e firai
seven  times.    The score
half was 19-2.
In the last period the 104th brough*
In some better combination, but thi
fact that tive of tbeir nine points
were obtained  from fouls committed
v^la".'y  ."? ,l"e   've8"",nBler I??���;, by their opponents tells "the'tale
���The Patrick boys treated me white,   j    The following is   the   line-up
said he on the morning he left   New I ���,	
said he on the morning he left New
Westminster for his home, "and I
have again signed to play on Ae
Royals."
A peculiar feature of the situation
is- that rii tht Pacific coast player��
-.sere v'^cno under the ban of the N.
II. A. last season, and, if they allow
-any cf these players to mix with the
t astern clubs this season, they will
just be reversing their decision.
At the moat tho easterners are a
pretty fickle bunch anyhow. Change
of climate, they claim, makes It Im-
liosniblf for auy eastern teams to annex cither tlie Minto cr the Mann
cups, so the Dig Four decided to
lenore the Minto trophy altogether.
If New Westminster should get ths
Stanley cup perhaps the N. H. A.
night taVe the same stand ln hockey.
and
A.���Guards, Cooper    and
summary
Y.  M.  C.
Dogherty; centre, Storme; forwards
Hardman and Gilley.
104th regifnent ��� Guards. McKa-*
and Mathews: centre, Wiggins; for
wards, Oxenbury and Corbett.
Goal summary���Y. M. C. A., G'llej
7, Hardman 5, Doherty 3, Storme 4;
104th regiment. 2. Fouls, Y. M. C. A.
Storme 1; 104t.h. McKay 5. Referee J
Smith, Columbian college.
IN   RUGGER CIRCLES
EAST IS DOOMED
IN AIL ATHLETICS
'Mike   Shea   Says  All  Championships
Ara Surely Booked for the
Weat.
Mike Shea, well-known In' eastern
���sporting circles as a sporting writer,
lacrosse, hockey and football player,
and who Is now sporting editor ot the
Winnipeg Free Press, pronounces the
deem of eastern rule ln athletics.
""Within -a few years we will have :ill
the championships, lacrosse, rugby,
rowing and everything else' out west.
It is the logical thing."
The \\estern scribe   Is Inclined' to
think that the eaat does not give the
wett a fair shake and attributes the
reason to fear of what the weat would
do in athletics with a more equal division.   ;"We never have the   Canadian  Henley   held   In the   weat, although  aome   of the   best   oarsmen
come from Winnipeg,*' he complains,
"our   oarsmen  have   to , travel   1500
miles If' tbey want to compete   and
that's the reason they wlll not come
east.   If the C. A. A. O. would make
the course a movable one and promise It  to Winnipeg   or   Bome   other
western city at some future date we
ml chi send crews down.
'   Then tn rugby our western  league
with a dozen teams, ls entirely overlooked. >"We challenged   last   season
end were politely side-tracked.    Now
v-hy couldn't  they  allow  our  chjim-
rlens to come east and play the Ontario Union champions while the Big
Pour  and   Intercollegiate were  playing off. the winners to meet?     The
only reason we can see- Is that they
are juet a lHtle bit'afraid of us.   If
we won they would   have   to   come
west next season and they don't want
in d-> that."   The Wlnnlpeger went on
to add that the western teams were
-well supplied with eastern stars and
had r-gby ot as high a calibre as they
had down this way.-   - l
x In trsvn proofing, he'makes the com-
\lalnt heard this aummer that western t���>���> .shooters were practically
ignored In the Olympic selection al-
t'loiiph they had ten good men for
evn' one the east could produce.   .
"Some of these   days we'll. get  a
chance end take   all the   chamnlon-
s*ii��fl loft In the   east   away," says
'Mike.
Picked Calgary Fifteen Plays Repre
sentative Vancouver Team Today.
Much interest centres on the out
come of the Vancouver-Calgary rugb>
game which is to be staged cn thi
15rcck.cn Point grounds in Vanco'ive-
this afternoon, commencing at :
o'clock. This is the flrst of Ml
Karnes, tlie other to be played on Mon
i day afternoon. ' Many supporters ant
.Isvera cf the Westminster team ar.'
going over to witness the strug;!
which bhould bt:ng out some of th<
fines' features of the rugger game a
playeo in Canada.
While not being able to accept tir
honor nt account of Injuries, Mr. A
! 1). Lloyd, skipper of the Royals, war
vler.tcd on one of the teams which
| played in Vancouver on Saturday las
to allow the selection committee tc
make the pick.
In the evening the players, support
ers, ct al, will be regaled at the Vancouver Rowing club quarters on Coal
'arb.cr. where a monster smoker WiU
be staged. A feature event will be
the reunion of the crew which brought
the Navy league ship Egerla from
Esnulnjalt last December. Two West
minster newspaper men hold dis
charges for the voyage.
"BOUGHT AND PAID FOR"
The characters   In George    Broad
nrst's   sensational    comedy   drama
'liought and Paid Kor,"    wh'ch  Wil
'lain  A. Brady,  Ltd.,  will  present  a
he Westminster opera    house    nex
Thursday evening, are most attractlv.
,'hlefly  because  they  belong  to    th-.
middle class which works for Its llv
���ng and measures Income In combina
tlon    of    two    figures���and    figuret
generally quite small.   Again the tele
phone girl is the heroine of the story
though ln quite   another   way   fron
that  in  which  she  figures in    othei
plays.    Here    she    meets    a    miilti
millionaire,   successful  business  man
and  financier, aud agrees to    man-
him, though she is not sure she love.
him.   He wants to honor and protee
her, and though not certain that   hf
loves her in just the way she wantr
a man to love her, he believes' tha'
ultimately   love wlll   come   for   both
and   Bure  enough   It  does  later  ancl
they begin life anew.    A cast of uncommon note will interpret the roles
THEATRE
F. L. KERR, Manager.
Program for Friday and Saturday.
Edlaon Sp/cial, for the Young Men't
Christian Aaaoclation.
Vltograph
LAMBERT CHANCE���DETECTIVE
Featuring Mauric Costello.
THE    ADVENTURE    OF   THE    RE
TIRED ARMY COLONEL.
Blograph
THE LINE AT HOGAN'S
Farce Comedy.
PATHE  WEEKLY NEWS.
CITY THEATRE
D. BRAY. Manager.
Program for Friday and Saturday.
THE DISPUTED CLAIM
Majestic Drama.
LIFE'S LESSON
Powers Drama.
WHEN A COUNT COUNTED
Thanhouaer Comedy.
THE  FUGITIVE
Western Drama.
LIFE-TIME PENANCE
Yankee Drama.
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ors
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THE  KING'S  HOTEL HA8 THE
Finest Pool Tables in the Qty
AU the latest news ln the sport Une.
English football resulta    and   league
standings.
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PROPRIETOR.
King's Hotel. Columbia Street.
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Phonee, Offlee 16 and 1S.
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COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Ceal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND. PRESSED BRICK AMD
FIRE BRICK.
FISHING TACKLE
GUNS AND AMMUNITION
OSCAR   SWANSON  *U!
Scene in tbe noted play "Bought and
Paid For," at the opera house on
Thursday, October Sl.
ADMIRAL   SUICIDES.
Waa Favorite of Ruasls's Royal Fam
lly���Death Attributed te Illness.
St.   Petersburg.   Oct.  25.���Current
rumors attributed Rear Admiral Cha-
gln'a' auicide to remorse oyer the ill
ness of Crown Prince' 'Alexia, which
la reported to have been the result of
an   accident   while   the  prince   waa
aboard the royal yacht' Standard.,  It
Is said that the crown prince Injured
himself while Imitating sailors diving
although lt la positively affirmed tha:
he slipped nnd fell In his bath.
Admiral Chagln, who commanded
the Standard, killed\Himself with a
rifle. He spent the previous ni*ht l"
writing letters to relatives. He left
a ttote on the table saying: "I ask
thW'no one shall be accused of my
death." .  .     .
He was a great favorite with th"
roval family. Be led th<* Russian naval detachment at the relief-of Pekin.?
and commanded the cruiser Aln-.az at
the battle ot Tsushima.
NAIL   CAUSED   EXPLOSION.
Causes  Spark    When  'Dropped    Into
Cogs at Halleybury Powder Works.
Ila'leybury, Oct. 25.���The cause ofj
the explosion which wrecked the En
ergite Powder Works, and in which
.Ive men lost thetr lives and severa'
were Injured yesterday, was the dropping of a nail from the celling to the
iogs of the' grinding machinery,
thereby making a spark, which flew
froi? the cogs to a quantity of chloride of codtum In a tray being carried
by a boy. setting it on fire.
The lad dropped the tray and ran.
thereby saving his life. The lire
spread to a mixing room adjoining
\**i about five tons of- powder exploded.
>bont 30 regular employees and 20
men on construction ran to safety
when the lire started.
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fiUMDs
AL. W. GILLIS. manaser.
THURS���FRI.���SAT.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
SPORTING GOODS
GUiN and LOCKSMITH
TO    MAKE     AEROPLANES   SAFE.
International Commission Will   Take
Up Question at Paris Meeting.
. Paris. Oct. 25.���The serious question 6f the security of aeroplanes has
been raised by the great number of
fatal accidents to airmen ahd is to be
rt'-'cussod at 'ength at a special session of the Permanent International
Aeropnutloal Commission during the
aviation sal^n on Nov. 4. 5 and 6. Several Important communications are
then to be mnde by military and clfit
experts of various countries.
A novel feature of the salon whicli
opens on Oct. 26 will be the exhibl-
AFTER   WHITE   SLAVERS.
Grand Jury Investigation Assures Officials That Organization Exists.
Chicago. OcL 25.���Spurred to action by evidence of a nationwide organization which reaps an enormous
profit by supplying white girls to
wealthy negroes, Chinese and Japanese, government officials In every
Important city of the country have received orders from Washington to
take stepa immediately to stop such
traffic.
Evidence produced ln the federal
grand jury Investigations here of a
white slave case ln vhich Pug'llst
Jack Johnson and Luaille Cameron, a
v, M{e.. girl, flgure, makes it almost j
certain that auch an organization ex-.
Ists.' I
A score of Instances where   whlt��<'
"iris bad been shinned from state to
state to negroes, Chinese'and  Japan
ese were given to  the United  Pres��j
here by Arthur B. Farwell, presldeu'
of the Law and Order Leagoe.
Farwell flatly charged the police ln
big cities with responsibility, for pres
ent'conditions. Police action- agalnat
the White stave organisation, he said,
had been stifled by money.
That Dashing 8
year old Child
Comedienne,
Singer, Dancer
and Change Artist
WITHOUT A  DOUBT THE
MOST CLEVER JUVENILE
ARTIST ON    THE    STAGE
TODAY
13 BEGBIE STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
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N*w   PUhoos. ' tlon of a large .numher. ot military and
Winnipeg. Oct. 25.���Veti. Archdea- navel aircraft constftmted bv  pObllc
cm Edward Robins, of Mhabasca and subscription.    The military machines
Ven.  Archdeacon Jas, R.  Lucas,   of are to  be   guarded   bv aeronautical
Mackenzie Ptver were todav elected sappers and   the   naval   hydro-abro-
blohops of the dioceses of Athabasca planes by bluejackets,
and Mackenzie Rlvor, respectively, at     A number ot "Avlettes," which  la
a meeting of the House of Bishops of tke technical name for machines or
tbe   Ecclesiastical  Province   of   Ru- planes   nropelled   by   human   power	
tiert-'fl Lahd, held tn St. John's School only, will be exhibited  In a  special I considerable hostility \n certain quar
house.    ,. section of  he salon. ,] ter3 outside qf his meetings. v
"BOBS" TOURING COUNTRY.
Despite Advanced Aqe, Lord Roberta
Advocates Compulsory Service.
London, Oct. SS.���Lord Roberts, despite his SO years. 1s touring the conn-
t<"�� advocating a national military service.
He Is addressing huge gatherings,
who cheer the famous veteran lustily,
b'-'t his direct references to Qermany
as an undoubted fop ot Britain arouse
HESSIE
'The Juggling Jester"
THE BOY WHO HA8 CIRCLED THE GLOBE.
New Photo Plays
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GENERAL ADMISSION 10c
RESERVED SEATS 808, ��c
See fakfruce fleecy pure wooh in
light and medium heavy weights.
Prices $2.00 up to $6.00 the suit.
i9s  and Jaeger's Famous
Cloit&crotch Union Suits are very
111'  1        ' ��� a ���     a ��%
p6pkf*ir-r*in all weights. Prices
$2Mmpto $6.00.
rr Line Before Jfou Buy
ASMiLLSStCO
��� Srrtdrt A/jpare/
;ioi th'e Younger Men  16 to 60:
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WESTMINSTER DAILY  NEW8
SATURDAY, OCTOBER ZZ, 1312.
n       w ir mn A   the vote of the Electors of the Dis
By-LaW ISO*   12UA  trlct of Burnaby will be token on the
A By-law to Enable the Corporation
of tha Dlatrict of Burnaby to Raise
by Way of Loan the Sum of
$250,000.00 for Street Purposes.
WHEREAS it ls necessary and ex-
' pedlent that the Council of the said
Corporation be authorized to borrow
the sum of TwjyHundrod and Fifty
Thouaand Dolf&rs ($250,000.00) to
provide tovfinprovlng certain roads
within the-limit* of the Municipality.
AND WHEREAS it la necesaary to
raise tbe moneys required to defray
the abovo expenditure upon the credit of the Municipality.
' AND WHEREAS lt wlll ho necesaary to raise annually by special rate
the sum of Two Thousand Six Hundred and Thirty dollars and Eighty-
seven cents ($2,6.10.87) principal and
the aura of Eleven Thousand, Two
Hundred and Fifty ($11,260.00) dol-
' lars Interest making together a total
amount annually of Thirteen Thousand, Eight Hundred and Eighty Dollara and Eighty-seven cents ($13,880.-
87) for the term of forty years for the
repayment of the said loan and interest thereon as hereinafter mentioned.
AND WHEREAS the not value nt
the whole rateable land ln tha Municipality according to the last revised assessment roll amounts to
Twenty Million, Five Hundred! and
Seventy-six Thousand, Two Hundred
and Five Dollars ($20,578,205.00) dollars.
AND WHEREAS the total existing
debenture debts of the Municipality Is
One Million, Five Hundred and Thirty-three Thousand, Five Hundred ($1,-
533,500.00) dollars exclusive of Local
Improvement debt secured by special
rates or assessments of which none of
the principal or Interest Is in arrears.
AND WMF.HEAS to prov'dt? for th--
payniPit of Internet and tbe creation
cf a Sinking Fund for the pavment ol
the said principal itim ot IZBQiO'10.01
It will be necessary to levy a special
annual rate sult'clent to raise the sum
cf Thirteen Thousand. E'ght Hundred
pnd F.iehty dnllar* and Eighty-seven
cents ($13,880.87) the amount to ho
calculated annually cn the whole of
the rateable land comprised within
the Municipality.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the District of Burnaby enacts as follows:
1.    It shall be lawful for the Reeve
and Clerk of the Council for the purposes aforpsald to borrow or raise by
way of loan from any person or body
or bodies corporate who may be will
ing  to advance  the    same upon the
credit  of   the  debentures  hereinafter
mentioned a sum not exceeding $250'.-
000.01) and  lo  cause  the  same  to be.
placed in the Royal Bank of Canada
at the City of New Westminster. British Columbia, to the credit of the satd
Corporation, for the purposes and with
the objects above set forth and to is
sue any number of debentures of the
said Corporation to the    sum ot Two
Hundred and   Fifty  Thousand   (J250.
000.00) dollars In the whole in accordance    with    the    ".Municipal     Act.'
And     the     said      debentures      shall
be issued to consist of 513 debenture.*
each    of the    denomination    of One
Hundred    Pounds    Sterling    (��100)
and one debenture of the amount of,
��6!) 17s ?d being the Sterling equiva-j
lent of $250,000.00 at the rate of $4.8G
2-3 to the one pound Sterling, each debenture  being also    expressed to ho
payable  in Canadian    Currency com
puted at such rate, and  snch debentures shall have annexed thereto coupons expressed both in Sterling and
Currency  for the  interest thereon at
the rate of four and    one-half  (4V��/
per centum per annum payable half
yearly on the :10th  day of June and
the    31st clay of  December in    each
year.    And  such  Sterling debentures
shall  be  delivered  to  the purchasers
of the said debentures.    And both as
to principal and interest shall be payable at the Office of tho [Sank of Montreal In London. England, or in Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver, Canada,
or in New York, at    holder's option.
And the principal   of the said debentures shall be payable on the Thirty-
first dav of December A. D. 1952.
2.   There shall be raised and levied
annually  by a  special  rate sufficient
therefor on all rateable   land within
the limits cf tbe sa'd Municipality the
sum of Two Thouaand,  Six   Hundred
and Thlrtv  Dollars ard Eightv-snven
centa  ($2,630.S7)   for the    purpose of
forming a Sinking Fund for the payment of the said debentures, and the
sum of Eleven  Thousand,  Two  Hundred and Fifty ($11,"230.On) dollars for
the lavment  of the    Interest at  the
rate aforesaid,   the  siid  special  rate
to be in addition to all other rates to
do- levied and    collected in the   said
Municipality  during the currencv  of
the sa'd di lifiiturea or any of tliem
3. This By-iiw shall take effect on
and after tin, sixteenth day of Nov
ember A. D. 1912,
4. This By-la* mav be cited for
all purposes aa thr- "Burnaby Road
Improvement      lie U-n ture
I above mentioned by-law at the time
I and place above mentioned,, and that
1 A. O. Moore has been appointed Returning Officer to    take the vote.qf
such electors  with the usual powers
ln that behalf.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL.
J; W. WBART, Reeve.
ARTHUR O. MOORE, Clerk.
Edmonds, B. C, Oct. 19, 19J2.
By-Law No. 121 A.
1912
DONE
.By-law,
     AND    PASSED    In    Onen
Council tins Nineteenth day of October. A   D. 1912.
RECEIVED thn ftijjK'nttbf'tbe Eloc-
tors a�� an Election for the purpose
on the day of AD.
1912 ^^^^^^
RECONSIDERED and Anally adopt
ed    by t'ie    Council,  altfheri    hu it*.
A By-law to enable the Corporation
of the District of Burnaby to raise by
way of loan the sum of $50,000.00 for
the purpose of providing and building
additional aldewalka*withln the LimiU
of the Municipality:
WHEREAS, it is necessary and expedient that th? Council of the said
Corporation be 'authorized to borrow
tbe sum of Fifty Thousand ($50,-
000.00) dollara te provide for the construction of additional sidewalks within the limits of the Municipality.
ANI), WHEREAS, it ls necessary to
raise the moneys required te defray
the above expenditure upon the credit
of the Municipality.
AND, WHEREAS, lt will be necessary to raise annually by special rate
the sum of Two Thouaand Four Hundred and Ninety-seven dollara ad Five
cents ($2,497,06) prlnolpal and the
sum of Two Thousand, Two Hundred
and Fifty ($2,259.00) dollara Interest
making together a total amount annually of Four Thousand, Seven Hundred and Forty-seven dollara and Five
centa ($4,747.05) for the term of fifteen years for the repayment of tho
said loan, and interest thereon as
hereinafter mentioned.
AND, WHEREAS, the net value ot
the whole rateable land in the Municipality according to Jthe last revised
assessment rolt* fcmounts to Twenty
Million, Five Hundred and Seventy-
six Thousand, Two Hundred and Fivs
dollars ($20,676,205.00).
AND, WHEREAS, the total existing
debenture debt of the Municipality is
One Million, Five Hundred and Thirty-three Thousand Five Hundred ($1,
533,500.00) dollars, exclusive of local
Improvement debts secured by special rates or asssessments of which
none of the principal or interest is ln
arrears.
AND, WHEREAS, to provide for
the payment of interest and the creation of a sinking fund for the payment of the said principal sum of
$30,000.00 It will be necessary to levy
a special annual rate sufficient to
raise the sum cf Four Thousand
Seven Hundred and Forty-seven dol
lars and Kive cents ($4,747,051 t'.ie
amount to be calculated annually or
the whole of the rateable land comprised within the Municipality.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the Dis
trict of Burnaby enacts as follows:
1.    It shall be lawful for the Reeve
and Clerk ef the Council for the pur
poses aforesaid to  borrow or raise by
way of loan from any person or body
or bodies corporate who may be willing  to advance   tho  same  upon    the
credit of the   debentures   hereinafter
mentioned a sum not exceeding   $50,-
000.00. and to cause the same   to   b?
placed In the Royal Bank of Canada a
the City of New Westminster, British
Columbia, to  the  credit  cf  the   said
Corporation for the purposes and with
the objects above set forth and to issue any number of (iei entures of the
said  corporation  to  the sum  of $50,-
000.00 in the whole in n ;ordance with
the     "Municipal      Act.'     And     th?
said  Debentures  shall    be  issued   to
consist of 102 debentures each of the
denomination of One Hundred pounds
Sterling (��100) and one debenture of
the  amount  of   i.T3-19-6d.   being the
Sterling   equivalent   of   $50,010.00   at
the "-ate cf $4.86 '2-3 to the one pound
St"rllng, each   debentu.'i   being   also
e:       s?ed*to be pu'aM.- in Canadian
cui. -ney computed a;  such  rate and
such  debentures shal. have   annexed
thereto   coupons   expressed    both   in
Sterling and Currency for the interest
thereon at th.- rate of four and   one-
half (4V4) P"r centum per annum pay-1
able  half-yearly on   the  30th   day  of
June and the 31st day of December In
each year.    And such Sterling deben
tures shall  be  delivered   to  the pur
chasers of the said    debentures, and
both as to principal an-' interest shal!
be payable at the Office of the Bank
of Montreal in London, England, or In
Toronto,   Montreal  or  In  Vancouver
Canada, or in  New York at    hold��r'?
option.    Ai.d 'he principal of the sa'd
debentures   shal'  Lo payable on    the
Thirty-first  day     f  December,  A. D..
1927.
2. Them shall be raised and lev
led annunllv by a special rate stiff*
eient ttlei'fnr on all rateable land
within th" limits of the sa'd Municipality the inm of Two Thousand Pout
''"ndred ;i> d Ninety-seven dnllarsand
Five Centa ($2,497.05) for tha purpose of forming a sinking fund for the
payment of the said debentures and
the sum (f Two Thousand. Two Hundred and Fifty dollars ($2,250,001 for
the payment of the interest at the rate
aforsesal'I, the said speciul rate to be
in addition to all other rates to be
levied and collected In the said Municipality during the currency of the
3a!d debentures or any of them.
8. This By-law shall take effect on
f��nd after the Sixteenth day of November, A. D., 1912.
4. This By-law may be cited for all
purposes   as   the  "BTTRNABY   SIDE
Mr. Coldicutt's Office, East Burnaby.
Hamilton Road School, Burquitlam.
Mr. Jas. Herd'a office, North Burnaby.
Mr. Ceperley's Store, Burnaby Lake.
Lakemere School, Lakemere.
Public Notice ie hereby given that
the vote of the Electors of the District of Burnaby will be taken on thc
above-mentioned,., by-law^ at "th* time
and place above mentioned, and that?
A. (1.. Moore has been appointed Returning Officer to take the vote of
auch electors, with the usual powers
fu that behalf.
BY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL.
J. W. WBART, Reeve.
ARTHUR  Q. MOORE. Clerk
Edmonds, B. C��� Oct. 19th, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Household Voters.
Applications to be placed   on   the
Household Voters' List will be received up to November 1, 1912.
The qualification la being a British
subject of full age and a realdeat
householder for six montha Immedi
ately preceding the date of application, and as such householder having
paid a rental value of not less than
One Hundred Dollara a year.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, October 10, 1912.
HARBOUR   CITY   ELECTRIC   COM
PANX..J.TD.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
it ls the intention of the Harbour City
Electric Company, Limited, after one
month from the 26th Inst, te make application to the Registrar ot Joint
Stock Companies for his approval of
the change of the Company's name
from the Harbour City Electric Com
pany, Limited, to The Harbor City
Electric Company, Limited.
Dated the 20th day of September.
A. D., 1912.
Director, E. J. C. SHAW.
ADAM S. JOHNSTON,
Solicitor for the Company.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Mer
chant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO
854���Meets In K. of P. Hall, Eightl
and Agnes sti eets, second aud
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock
Club rooms cer Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street. Visiting P
A. P.'s welcome. J. J. Randolph, Die
tator; E. A. Bretnm, Vice-Dictator;
J. H. Price, Secretary.
I. O. O. F AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodgt
No. 27, I. O. O. F., Is held every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting bre.therr
cordially invited.' C. B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Merrithew, V. O.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 552 Columbia
street, New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices.
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at
law, aolicltor, etc; corner Columbl'
and McKenzie streeta, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHIUSTKH
solicitor and notary. *Mr> Columbl'
street.   Over C. P. It. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE. MARTIN' & CASSADY.
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Guichon block. New West
minster. Geerge E. Martin. W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
��� i  -
unci
NEYH
"Oh, How I Itched!
WHITKS1DE & EDMONDS���Harris
ters ond Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster. B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union P.O
Drawer 200. Telephone t>9. W, J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
'I 1. \. BURNETT At'DJTOH ANT-
Accountant Tel. R 128. Room
Tmpp block.
Reeve and Clerk and Sealed with the1 WALKS EXTENSION BYT,aW, 1912"
���Corporate Seal all on the j    DONE AND PAS3ED in Open Coun-
! ell  the   Nineteenth   day of   October,
day of
^_^_     D. 1912.
C.M.C. Reeve.
Take notice that the above Is a
true copy of the proposed by-law up
on which the vote of the Municipality
will be taken on Saturday the 2nd
day of November, 1912, between 9
o'clock a. m. until 7 o'clock p. m. at
the polling places:
Municipal Hall. Edmonds.
Agricultural Hall. Central Park.
Mr. Coldicutt's Office, East Burnaby
A. D��� 19118.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors at an election for the purpose on
the ��� day ot A. D., 1912,
RECONSIDERED and finally adopted Hy the CoiflBBll. Signed by the
Reeve and Clerk and Sealed with the
Corporate Seal air W, the ��� day  of
 __ ; A.-B  1912.
...' Cjltf C.. Reeve.
Take Nome that fhe .above la a
true copy of the proposej|j|��ylaw up
���- rj     *^^****.*r    V ���rt/a'SamflMMJ   '** "      ****
Tt" ���. T,v ^ o u , r, ... i oh which the t<pte-of thc'lt^Blclpality
Hamilton Rto?d School, Burquitlam |will be taken oir a��rurd(#Tll��e 2nd
Mr. Jsb. Herd's Ofiice, North Burn-  dav  cf  November'/'WJ2.   betlWcn   9
Shy. r*'mlnr.\r    ~      _      ..-fl* *,*Pk���.    .
.,_ .TELEPHONE999
-��� ���v^. ,-,���..... .,*..,.- uav re iNovemoer,��:?-\vj2,   MMtfcn   9
-   ���������'      . o'clock a. m. unfiti'.f'Vclocl^iS'lJL at.'     ,       ,    . . ,  ...__,   ,     _.   ���
!s Store. Humaby Lake,  th.- polling places',     fv.      f-ffi      and make complaint. Only In this way
chool. Lakemere. \    Municipal Hall. Edr*4.dA..    ' ^T&>     may an'efficient ' Sehvei'y    be   main-
e Is hereby given that      Agricultural Mall. C*irifc*.t o���iST^fc. ...    .
Mr. Ceperley.	
Lakemere School   ^^^^^^^^^
Public Notice is hereby given that
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets In the
board room, City Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month; quar
terly meeting on the tJinl Friday oi
February, May, August and Novem
ber at 8 p.m. Anuuai meetings ot
the third FTlday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterlr
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, seere
tary.
Subscribers
who do not receive   The Newa before
8 a.m. should
(Changes for thla column must be
left at, or telephoned to, thla offlce by
6 p.m. on Frtdaya. The omission* of
any church notice from this column
Indicates tbat no details have been
supplied.)
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLT
TRINITY���Rev. Canon Q. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Re*. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a.m., Holy
Communion; 11 a.m.. Matins, Litany
and serihon by Rev. Principal Seager,
2:30 p;m., Sunday, achool; 7 p.m..
Evensong and aermon.
i
ST. BARNABAS CHURCH. 436
Tenth etreet���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
M.A., rector. Holy Communion, 8
a.m.; Matins, Holy Communion and
aermon, 11 a.m.; Evensong and sermon, 7   p.m.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Church of
England), Sapperton���Rev. Frank
Plaakett, M. A��� vicar. Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; Matlna and sermon.
11 a.m.; Evensong and aermon, 7
p.m.; Sunday achool, 2:30 p.m.
Women's Auxiliary Wedneaday afternoon in Parish hall.
ST. ALBAN'S CHURCH (Anglican).
East Burnaby���Rer. David Dunlop,
rector. Matlna and Holy Eucharist
11 a.m.; Evensong and sermon at 7
p.m.; Sunday achool at 2:30 p.m.
ST. HELEN'S CHURCH, So'lth
Westmlnater���Rev. C. J. i.'iona.d,
rector. Matins, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday
schoel, 2:30 p.m.; Evensong and sermon, 7 p.m. The church la flve minutes' walk from South Westminster
station, on the B. C. E. R. Chilliwack
line.
ST. ANDREW'8 PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, paator. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school nnd Hible class at 2:30 p.m.
Morning service, Rev. Murdock McKenzie, B.A., subject "The Great
Work of the Christ." Evening, Rev.
J. S. Henderson, "The Battle Against
Tuberculosis."
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St
Rev. M. G. Meivin, B. A., minister.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30
p.m.    Guild meets Monday at 8 p.m.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN. Sapperton���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M.A., minister. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Bible Class 1:30 p. m.; Sabbath
school at 2:30 p. m.; Y. P. Guild
Monday, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday, 7:20 p.m. Thanksgiving sermon in inornini: in the evening Dr
Murdock McKenzie will preach. Special music.
ST. A1DAN& PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth atreet and Seventh
avenue���Rev. K. Wallace Collins. DA ,
pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Guild Tuesday 8 p.m. Sundav school.
3:80. Rev. E. G. Thompson will preac'.i
in the evening.
QUEENS AVENUE METHODIST������
Rev. W. M. Abbott, B.A.. B.D., pastor.^
Services 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.; Young People's
meeting, Monday. 8 p. m.; Prayer
meeting, Wednesday 8 p.m. The pastor will preach nt both services: Sub
jects: 11 a.m., "Thanksgiving"; 7
p.m., "Christian Citizenship."
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST ���
Rev. W. S. A. Crux, B.A.. pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m.; prayer and praise
service Wednesday at 8 p.m. The
Subjects. 11 n.m. "The Influence of
the Mountains"; 7 p.m., "Canadian Interpretation of British History.
Thanksgiving Day.
S A PPERTON    M KTHODIST ��� Re v
E. D. Braden. pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Twenty-second anniversary of the church. Rev. F. P.
Bowel] will preach In the morning.
r.nd Rev. R. M. Thompson In the
"veiling.    Special music.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth Btreet anl
Third avenue, Burnaby.    Rev.  W. C.
Frank, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.: Sunday school and Bible
clans at 2:30 p.m.
FREE METHODIST, Eighth St.���C.
3. McKinley, paator. Love 'treat
9:45 a.m.;   preaching,    11    a.m.    and
7:45 p.m.: Sacrament, 12 noon; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.; praise service,
7 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH���Corner of Seventh street and Queens
avenue. Rev. A. K. Baker, pastor.
Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. B. Y. P. U..
Monday, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH
Hospital stieet���O. B. Anderson, pastor, aervicea at 11 a.m. aud I p.m.'!
Sunday school and Bible class 12 to 1
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST���Ser-
vice will be beld at 3 p.m. by Rev.
Reid McCullough, B.A. Sunday school
at 2 p.m.
What long nerve-racking days of
constant torture ��� what sleepless
nights of terrible agony���Itch���itch���
itch, constant itch, until lt seemed'
that I muat tear oft mywvery skin-
then ** *j��
Iuatant. relief - my skin cooled,
soothed and healed!
The very first drops of D. D. D.
Prescription for Eczema stopped that
awful Itch' instantly; yes, tbe very
moment D. D. D. touched the burning
akin the torture ceased."
D. D. D. has been known for years
as the only absolutely reliable eczema
remedy, for it washes away the disease germs and leaves the akin as
clear and healthy as that of a child.
If you will come to   our   store, we*
batse Had the agency for this remedy
for so many years that we can tell
you  all  about  D. Y). D. Prescription
and how it curea ebzema.
Or you can get a free trial bottle by
writing D. D. D. Laboratories, 49 Colborne street, Toronto. For Bale by
F. J. MacKenzie, Druggist.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ��� Services
are beld In the hall, corner Fifth
atreet and Eighth avenue, at 11 a.m.
every Sunday. Teatlmony meetings
Wedneaday at 8 p.m. Subject tomorrow, "Probation After-vDeath." I
CHURCH  OF   CHRIST,   or   Christiana���at tent, 215 Durham street, between Second and Fourth atreeta. Ser-'
vlcea: Preaching and Communion, 11
a.m.; preaching, 2.30 and 7,30 p.m.
FIRST SWEDISH LUTHERAN
CHURCH, St. Andrews and Eleventh
streets.���George N. Anderaon, paator.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
SALVATION ARMY, Ensign Stick-
lea and Lieutenant Manning���Harveet
festival at 4} a.m.,, 3. p.m. and 7:30
p.m., in the   ckadel,   Eighth   atreet.
N1DAROS NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH ��� Divine aervloe
every Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ln St.
Paul'a Reformed Episcopal church,
Royal avenue and Seventh street. Sunday school, 2:30 p.m. O. Borge, paator, residence 1664 Eleventh avenue
eaat, Vancouver.
LAND REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 18, Block 1, Northwest quarter of Section 51, Hastings Townsite,
Suburban Lands.
Whereas proof of loss of Certificate
of Title No. 41343E. issued ln the
name of John Travers, covering the
above property, has been flled in this
office, notice is hereby given that 1
shall at the expiration of one month
from date of the first publication hereof issue a duplicate of said Certificate
unless in the meantime valld objection be made to me In writing.
Dated at the Land   Registry   Office,
Vancouver,/thlB lst day of October,
1912.
ARTHUR*G. SMITH.
District Registrar
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St
D. McELROY
Chimney  Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanke, Etc
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $11,500,000
Reaerve   $12,500,000
The Bank has 360 branches,
extending In Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, in Cuba
throughout the island; also ln
New Foundland, Porto Rico, Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, Trio
Idad, .Dominican Republic, New
York and London, Eng.
Drafta Iaaued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cltlea In the- world. Theee ex-
eelent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weetmlneter Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mtfr.
������������ i     ��i r
Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)
RE8ERVE   	
..$16,000,000.09
..$16,000,000.00
Brancbee throughout Canada an*
Newfoundland, and In London, England, Lew York, ChUaga and Spokane,
U.S.A., nnd Mexico Ctty. A general
banking bustnees transacted. Let
tera ef Credit laeoe4, available *ltb
cerreapendenta In all parte of tke
world.
Savings Bank Dipartmeet��� Deposlta
recel-ed In sums of 91 and upward,
and Interest allowel at S per cent, per
annum (preseat rate).
Total  Aesete over $186,000,000.00
/IEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Stove-Wood
'Phone R1140
W. RICH
Teaming and General Draylng Contracting, Furniture Moving,
Excavating.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BU)CK.
Phone  6S1. Box 772.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cor. 6th and Columbia
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. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhanger*
and Decorators
Eatlmatea Ulvtn.
211 Sixth Avenue. Phone 667
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C,
i <uiiii:i|jBi non. jw^Tms,.        ' *Hft     may a
Agricultural Hall, Central Parkv^v  tained
I-DMOND3 BAPTIST���9ervlce will
h* reildi. ted at 7 p.m. by Rov. Reid
.vicCatiough, B.A.; Sunday school and
Bible class at 3:30 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, corner of Seventh
street and Royal avenue���Rev. C. E.
Wincott, rector. "Tbe Low Churei."
Services at 11 -a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sundav school and Bible claas at 2:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Thuraday, 7:30
p.m. Subjects: 11 a.m.. "Dally Bread";
7 p.m.. "The Farmer Who Fed HIb
P'-rnl wfth Corn." Monday, united
Thanksgiving service at 11 a.m. Rev.
W. W. Abbott will preach.
GOSPEL HALlr-Cdrner of Sixth
aienue aad NlnU. street
Wettmintter
Transfer Co.|
Office Phone 185. , Bant Phone 187
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of Amerieen, Ena'l*
and Swiss
WATCHES
All W��jfk Ouarsntsed.
341 Front Street     N'-* City Market
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.   Eetlmatei
furnished free.
H. OOBBE, Manager.
903 Dublin. Street. Phone *n*.
L.O.O.M.
LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwise-^sup.
piled free of charge; Apply Secretary,
613 Columbia 8t. Phone 291.
ft CANADIAN PACIfk
������RAILWAY CO.
THANKSGIVING
DAY
For thla occasion tickets will be on
sale October 25th to 28th, at one and
one-third fares for the round   rip.
Good to return up to October 30th.
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A., Vancouver
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA.SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 10>
a. m��� 1 p. tn. and 11:45.
Leavea Vanoouver for Seattle 16
a m. ami 11 p. m
Leavea Vancouver for Nanaimo 3'
p.m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 16 p. m.
Wednesday*.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves   Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Leavea Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday���
Thursday and Saturday.
e BD. OOULET,
Agent, New Weetminstw
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P; A.. Vancouver       ~vJ
' 8ATURDAY, OCTOBER 2B,  1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN.
The Corporation of the
City of New Westminster
BY-LAW INO.
By-law to grant to Heapa Engineering Company, Limited, lease with
option to purchase certain lands
belonging to the Corporation of the
City of New Weatmlnster and
situate on Lulu Island.
WHEREAS the Corporation of ths
���('ity of New Weatminater la the owner
of certain lands on Lulu Island within the limits of the City of New
Weatminater, and application haa
been made by the Heaps Engineering
on the plan hereto annexed.
Secondly: Commencing at a point
on the Northerly boundary of Ewen
Avenue, situated 560 feet Easterly
from the Intersection of the said
Northerly houndary of Ewen Avenue
with the Easterly boundary of Furness Street; thence Nortb 27 degrees
36 minutea East a distance of 140
feet more or lesa to the High Water
Line of the North Arm of the Fraaer
River; thence Easterly along the said
High Water Line a distance of 68 feet
more or lees, thence South 5 degrees
33 minutea Weat a dlataace of 33 feet
more or leas to a point on the Northerly boundary of Ewen Avenue, thenee
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Soutli 67 degrees 36 mlnutee Weet
Company, Limited, for leaae with op-[along the Northerly boundary* ef Ewen
tion to purchase of the said lands for [Avenue, a distance of 137.7 feet to
tbe purpose of establishing thereon the point of commencement and con
the Industry known aa the "Schaake j taining an area of 0.13 acres be the
the   property of   the
Machine Works," and to enlarge ita
plant.
AND the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster has agreed to grant
the said leaae ln terma of the Indenture made a schedule to this By-law
and incorporated herein.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Counctl of the Corporation of the City
of New Weatminater enacts aa follows:
1. There ahall be granted to Heaps
Engineering Company, Limited, lease
with option to purchase of the lands
described in the Indenture of Lease
in the Schedule to thla By-law in
terms of aald Indenture, which ls
hereby Incorporated with and made
part ��f thla By-law.
2. The Seal of the Corporation of
the City of New Westminster shall be
affixed under the hands of the Mayor
and City Clerk to the said indenture
of lease on the final passage of thla
By-law.
3. This By-law shall take effect on
the let day of November, 1912, and
may be cited as the "Heaps Engineering Company, Limited, Lease By-law,
1912."
4. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the electors of the aaid City
In the manner required by law.
DONE AND PASSED In open Council the day of , A.D.
1912.
RECEIVED the assent cf the electors the day of , A.D. 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finally  pass-
-ed tbe day of
City Clerk.
A.D. 1912
Mayor.
SCHEDULE referred to ln th3
"Heaps Engineering Company, Limited, Lease By-law, 1912."
THIS INDENTURE made in duplicate   the d.iy   of One
Thousand Nine Hundred and Twelve.
IN PURSUANCE OF THE "LEASEHOLDS ACT."
Between:
THE CORPORATION OF THE CTTY
OF NEW WESTMINSTER. hereinafter called the "Lessor," of the tlrst
part; aad
HEAPS ENGINEERING COMPANY,
LIMITED, a body corporate having lta
registered office at the City of Vancouver, ln the Province of Brittah
Columbia, hereinafter called
���Lessee," of the second part.
aame more or leaa, aa shown mark*.
"ll" on the plan hereto annexed.
TOGETHER WITH the rights ofthe
Lessor to the foreshore of the said
Fraser .Mrer adjoining the satd lands
and all riparian rlghta and otber appurtenances, rights and privileges to
tho said land appertaining; the
Leesee to conform to the .harbor Une
on any extension of wharf or structure over the waters of the Fraser
River.
RESERVING HOWEVER to the
Lessor right to make and maintain
a drainage ditch or lay a pipe for
conveyance of sewerage or drainage
through the said lands in or along a
strip of land five (5) feet ih width
on each aide of the line marked
"Dyke" on  the plan hereto annexed.
AND RESERVING FURTHER tb
the Lessor the right to lay and maintain a water main through tbe aaid
lands in or along a atrip of land two
and one-half feet ln width on each
aide of the line marked "Water Main"
on the said plan hereto annexed.
PROVIDED ALWAYS that auch reservation ahall not interfere with the
right ot the Lessee, subject to the
approval of the City Engineer first
obtained, to erect buildings on such
strip and to place foundatlcns therein so long as drainage as aforesaid
Is not Interfered wltb.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the
said demised premises unto the
Lessee for the terra of twenty (20)
years to be computed from the first
day of September One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Twelve���SUBJECT to
the reservations as regard Parcel
"B" as hereinafter mentioned.
YIELDING AND PAYING THERE
FORE yearly and every year during
the said terra unto the Lessor the
sum of One Thousand Seven Hundred
ard SI*ty-two and 50-100 Dollars
($1762.u0) to be paid quarterly and In
advance on the first dav of September.
December, March and June in eich
year, the rent to start from the flrst
payment to be made on the flrst div
of December. On" Thousand Nine
Hundred and Twelve.
The Lessee COVENANTS with the
Lessor to pay  rent;
The Lessee OOVENANTS with tbe
Lessor to pay taxes on the value cf
the land, as assessed trom time to
time, but no assessment shall be
made at a higher rate than the assessment of adjacent land similarly
situated.
1    AND IT IS AGREED between the
the  parties hereto that all Improvements
on  the  aald  lands,  shall  be  exempt
Lease   become
Lessor. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Any building or structure on the
said lands after the expiration of
ninety (90) daya from the expiration
or determination of this Lease shall
be and become the property of the
Lessor.
The Lessee COVENANTS with the
Lessor that the Lessee will pay the
cost of moving the Bridge-keeper's
dwelling now erected on the said
premises to adjoining lands and
leave the aame in good condition and
repair. AND WILL PAY the cost incidental to thla Lease and submitting
the same to the ratepayers of the
Lessor for approval up to One Hundred Dollar ($100.00) PROVISO for
re-entry by the Lessor ou non-payment of rent or non-performance of
covenants or seizure or forfeiture of
the said term for any of the cause-.'
aforesaid.
The lessor COVENANTS with thi
Lessee for quiet enjoyment.
AND IN FURTHER CONSIDERA
TION aforesaid the Leesor, arter the
Lessee ahall hare established on said
lands a plant to the value, with stock
in-trade, of not lees than One Hun
i red and Fifty Thousand Dollar?.
($150,000.90) DOTH HEREBY GIVE
AND GRANT unto the Lessee the
right or option to purchase the lands
and premises hereinbefore described
aa Parcels "A" and "B" at any time
within flve (6) years from the date
hereof for the sum of Seventy Thou
sand Five Hundred Dollara ($70,-
$00.00).
AND the further right to purchase
the eald landa after five (5) years
from the date hereof and at any time
within seven and one-halt years (7%:
from the date hereof at the price of
One Hundred and Five Thousand
Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars
($106,750.00).
AND the further right to purchaae
the said landa at any time after seven
and oae-half (7%) years from the
date thereof and within ten (10)
years from the date hereof at th*
price of sum of One Hundred and
Forty-one Thousand Dollars ($141,-
000.00).
AND the further right after ten
(10) years from the date hereof and
prior to the expiration of the term
hereby granted to purchase the said
lands at a price to be agreed upon, or
lf an agreement cannot be made as to
price the price shall be fixed by arbitration under  the "Arbitration   Act."
One-third ot the purchase price
shall be paid In cash and the balance
In three equal instalments at the expiration of One (1) Two (2) and
Three (3) years from the exercise by
the Lessee ot the option of purchase.
Interest at the rate of five per centum per annum shall be paid on deferred payments.
Time ta the essence of this agree
ment.
AND IT IB FURTHER PROVIDED
that ln the   event ot the   Lease and
ate seals to be hereto affixed under
the hand of its proper officers respectively.
SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED
ln the presence of:     v-
TAKE NOTICE that the above la u
true copy of the proposed Bylaw upon which the vote ot the Municipality will be taken on tbe 30th day of
October, 1912, between the hours of
Nine o'clock A. M. and Seven o'clock
P. M. at the following places, viz:
Thc Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Flre Hall, Sapperton.
No. 5 Flre Hall, 13th Street, City.
Crane's Building, Queensborough.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. ��� New Westmlnater,   B. C,
October 17, 1912.
NAVAL POLICY WILL
NOT   AFFECT PACIFIC
Victoria B. C, -Oct. 25���Whatever
Premier Borden's naval policy wlll be.
It will make no difference in the decision of the admiralty to maintain
two sloops of war on the Paciflc
coast.
A new crew of 130 men Is now on
the way here from England for H.
M. S. Shearwater, which at the beginning of November will be recommU-
sloned for a further two-years' service
on this coast.
Next month the Shearwater and Algerine leave for.the west coast of
South America and for the British
possessions of the Southern Paciflc
for the purpose of showing the flag.
They will return to the Esquimalt
headquarters during the spring of
next year.
No Balkan Attache.
Ottawa, Oct. 25.���Since Armand La-
roque has withdrawn hla application
to go to the Balkans as Canada's military attache, Hon. Col. Hughes has reconsidered tlie question of sending
any Canadian officers at all. The colonel now thinks the war may be over
by Christmas aud consequently there
will be little use of despatching any
military experts from thia army to
watch operations in the Balkans for
educational purposes.
"PAIN COMPLETELY
LEFT ME
w
;w
So Says Thomas Stephenson after
Taking GIN PILLS
O those who have suffered, year in and vear
out, from the dragging misery of Kidney
Disease, anything tliat will relieve the pain
is a blessing indeed. That is just what a well-
known resident of Lachute Mills, Que., and his
wife both found in GIN PILLS.
Lachute Mills, P. Q.
" "I was troubled for miny years with Kidney
Disease, and a friend told nie to take GIN
PILLS. After taking a few boxes, I was
greatly relieved, and alter finishing the twelfth
mz, the pain completely left me.'.
My wife is now using GIN PILLS and finds
that she has been greatly relieved - of the pain
over her Kidneys	
I can  Safely recommend anyone  suffering
from Kidney Trouble to give a fair trial to
GIN PILLS."        THOMAS STRFIIENSON.
. Would yon welcome such a relief t Then take
GIN PILLS.   They go right to the spot���ease
the pain almost at once���neutralize the Uric
Acid  which  is  causing   all   tlie   trouble ���
strengthen the kidneys so that thay will be able
to keep the blood pure���aid quickly take awav
that  weakness  and   tenderness of  the back
which  undermine  the  energy
manhood and womanhood.
Don't pass GIN PILLS without a trial.    Every box is sold o|
guarantee that if six boxes, used according to directions, do net 1
money will be cheerfully refunded.
Soc. a box, 6 for $2.50,   Free sample if you write National Drug
Co. ot Canada, Limited, Toronto. a
vigor
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and glades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE  BUR-DING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensjbns.
Now it the time to build for sale or rent while
ensjbns.
ile prices
are low
SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL  MINING  R&',i
GULATIONS. 1^
*
COAL MINING rights ot the Dominion In Manitoba, Saskatchewan    and 1'
Alberta, the    Yukon    Territory,   the
��.����� ... ��������   ���.������. ���. ._���        Northwest Territories and In a poi*
term hereby granted being forfeited I tlon of the province ot British Colum-
or determined by reason of non-pay-1 bia, may be leased tor a term of twen-
ment of rent   or non-performance of j ty-one years at an annual rental    ot
FOR
WHEREAS the Lessee is the owner j from Municipal Taxes for the snace
of the business now and lately carried I of Twenty (20) years from the dite
on at the City of New Westminster 1 hereof.
under the name of the "Schaake j The i.egsee COVENANTS with
Machine Werka. Limited," and have the L*gBor that the Lessee ahall not
applied te tke Lessor to lease the usl(1 or SUb.iet without leave, save
premises hereinafter mentioned for 1 jn ca8e 0. re-organUatlon er re-con-
the purpose ot removing thereto the Btruttuon 0f the Lessee, and such
plant ot the said Schaake Machine lea��� ,hlU only ^ BiWiaed by Rwo
Works, Limited, which the Leasee In- iut|on 0- the City Counc'l.
tends to enlarge and Improve and Th# L^ee COVENANTS with the
have and erect a plant on the said U>%W0T ^^ the Lessee will forthwith
lands ot the value, with stock tn trade, commence the erection on sa'd lands
of approximately ef the sum of One of ^. plant aforesaid, and have with-
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ln 0M year thereon a plant to the
($150,000.00). and employ there con- Talue ^th atcok-ln-trade. ot One
tlnuoualy white labor except   as here- ^^^���^
after provided. '
AND tke Lessor has agreed to lease
- -    * * --   -*���      *w.��.
thousand   Dol-
tho
the
tn
to the Lessee tke said lands for
purpose ot establishing thereon
industrial   enterprise     aforesaid
terms hereof. .��..-��,   ��n-r
NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that ln consideration of
the rents, covenants, and ���������ment3
hereinafter reaerved and contained on
��� ho part of the Lessee to he paid, observed and performed the W?"""
D( TH HEREBY DEMISE and lease
unto the leasee for use and occupa
tion aa an Industrial plant for the
manufacture and aale of machinery
tools    and   othe*
Hundred and Fifty
lars ($150,000.00V^^^^^^^^H
The Leasee ^0>TJN��NTS with the
Lessor thst the Lessee during the
term ot thla Lease sball employ no
Asiatics except by consort of the Lea
sor to be signified by Resolution of
City Council.
The Lessee COVENANTS with the
Lessor that In case the Les��*e shall
become Insolvent and make assignment ter the benefit of Its ered
ttora or In case the company be
wound up as Insolvent under tfie
"Companies Act" or "Winding Up
Vet" or In case the Leasee removes
the plant or falls within six (61
1 month* to commence the re-erection
I of build'pgs In oase of deduction bv
flre or abandons the  premises' or re-
cnglnes,   boilers.    ----- .
articles and merchandlfle���ALL ANU
SINGULAR     those    certain     prem ^
ise, situate on.Lulu Wand Jl   ��JI��^KJ5i by the lessee  or anv
other person or corporation for any
c'ty  cf  New  Westminster
vlnce ot British Columbia, and des
crlbed as follows: .
Firstly:    Commencing  at a point
r-hPre the    Northerly    l����nd��ry   of
Ewen Avenue intersects the Easterly
boundarv ot Furness Street and waning   North   32 degrees 24 minute*
West and  tollowlng along ths> eald
Easterlv boundary 01 Furne" Street
a distance of 251.3 toet: thenee South
��4 degrees 28 minutes Bast liWM'
of 10.7 teetj thenee North I degrees
32  minutes  Bast   a ����taj��rtj��
feet, more or les* to tbejflgb JJ*��
Line of the North Arm of the Fraser
Blver;   thence Easterly  and  follow
lng along the aald High Water Line,
a dUe of 647 feet more or lw
thence South 27 <hgree�� 8�� minutes
west a distance of^140 feet.moreor
leas to s point on the Northerly boon-
<tary^f Ewen Avenue; thence Bouth
57  degrees 86  minutes  West along
tbe Northerly   boundary    ot   BWen
Avenue a distance of 560 WJoUw
point of commencement and <nM��
lng an aread 4.1 acres *&���.����*
mots vt less. ������ akown marked *A
��� .      ���.���,���''
purpose other than as   an irdustr'a
site without the consent ct the Lc3
sor, thla leaae shall at the option 0'
'.he Lessor  cease   and   be vo'd. and
tha term hereby created expire  and
be at an end. aid the then   currept
luartefs wat shall thereupon imme
-l'ately become due and payable, and
the Lessor may re-enter and t*vP p<>3
lessleu   'of  the   s*'d   premises   *��
hough the Lessee or Its servants or
other ocr.uoant of the said premise*
vas holding after the eviration  of
'he aa'd tertn. ��nd the said tern*shail
he forfeited a-d void.
THE Lessee ahall within ninety
(SO) days after the expiration or determination of thla Lease and the
term hereby granted hare the right
to remove the buildings, plant and
fixtures erected by It thereon PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that the Lessee
shall not have the right to remove
any wharf or dock erected on the
foreshore ot the Fraser Fiver, but
sueh wharf or dock shall on the expiration   or   determination    ot   the
covenants tbat the option to purchase herein contained shall immediately cease and determine, and
the Lessee's right of purchase shall
be ���immediately forfeited and void
The Lessee shall have no right to
assign this option of purchase without the assent of the Lessor signified
by Resolution of the Cltv Council.
Upon tbe exercise by the Lessee oi
the right of purchaae aforesaid, and
on payment of the cash payment of
the purchase price of the said lands
by the Lessee to the Lessor thli-
lease shall be void ard the
Lessee relieved from all the
covenants and conditions herein con
talned on tbe part of the Lessee. The
conveyance from the I.eaaor to tho
Lessee of the said lands shall reserve
the easement or right to the Lessor
to maintain the waterway or drain
ageway hereinbefore described
through tke said lands. AND said
conveyance shall alao reserve the
easement or right to the Lessor to
maintain the water main herelnbe
fore referred to through the said
lards.
PROVIDED.    HOWEVER,    and    it
Is     hereby     further     agreed     that
should the land hereinbefore described as parcel "B" he required for the
purpose of establishing a atreet thero
on, the Lesser msy at any t'me within five years from the date hereof on
ninety 190) days notice to the Lessee
cancel this Lease so far as it relates
to said Parcel "B" aud the rental reserved hereby shall thereupon he reduced by tke sum   ef Oil* Hundred
and Forty-live   Dollars   ($145.00) per
annum, and the option ot purchase of
aald parcel shall    thereupon be cancelled and void; vnd should the said
Leasee exercise his right of purchase
prior to such revocation the Lessor
may at any time within    live year-
from the date hereof r��-n\irchase aald
rarcel "B" with all riparian and other
rights from the Lessee Its successors
t***A assigns   et   the   rr'w   t*t Five
Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars ($5,
Kon.ni) and   Interest   at five (5 p.c.)
per centum per annum   on that sum
.from the date of payment to the Lessor ot the Purchase monev therefor
and the conveyance 1*rm the Lesso-
to thfl lessee ot sa'd Parcel "B" shall
resorve that right of re-pi'rchas"i with-
'ti five (6) years trom   the   date   of
these present;
AND In the event of thp
���*olA afreet being eatabllahefl within
five (E) yean the Lessee shall have
or make no claim tor damage to ad
'olnlng landa or otherwise or receive
-mv compensation or pavment whatever except the rebate ot rent or the
payment of purchase money aforesaid for aald Parcel "B.M
SHOULD tho Lessor not open
and establish a highway on said
t*ar*iel "B". .attar nwumntlen, or
having returned, ��^aW ceases te
use tbe eald Parcel "W tor
a highway, or shsll sllow the use
thereof for any pvrnose Inconsistent
with Its nee as a highway, then and
In any such ease the right ot the Lea
see to MM Pawel "B" shall be renewed, and tie aame shall be subject
to the term* ot this Lease as lf no resumption had boon mado by the Lessor.
The Leesor may at any time release to the Leasee this reaerve aa regards Panel "B."
IN W1TNH8B WHHRKOF the parties hereto hew causal .thetr corpor-
$1 an acre.   Not more than 2 ��60 acrea
wtll be leased to oqe applicant.
Application for a leaae muat be
made by the applicant In peraon 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 unsurrey-
ed territory the tract applied for shell
be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee ot $5 which wlll be
refunded If the rlghta applied for are 1
not available, but not otherwise. Aj
royalty shall be paid on the merchant-.
able output of the mine at the rate]
of five cents per ton. 1
The peraon operating the mine shall j
furnish the Agent with sworn returns;
accounting  for the  full  quantity    of
Merchantable coal mined and pay tbe
royalty thereon.    If the coal mining
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
CHOIQE
���    LAMB
MUTTON
GO TO
P.   BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
ijjhtK are not being operated auch returns should be furnished   at   least'
once a year.
The lease will Include the coal mln-,
lng rlghta only, but tbe leaaee wlll be
permitted to purchaae whatever avail-'
able surface rights may be considered'
necessary f*r the working ot the mine ]
at the rate of $10 an acre.
For   full   Information   application
should be made to the Secretary of:
the Department ef the Interior, Otta-;
wa or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of.
Dominion Landa. \
W. W. CORY.       1
Deputy Mlniater ot the Interior.'
N. B.���Unauthorli.e.1 publication ofj
thla advertlaement vill not be paid!
NOTICEI
NOTICE ig hereby given that pur
suant to Section 115 cf the Land Registry / jt, I intend at the expiration
ot 80 days trom the date  hereof to
cancel the registration  of a  certain
Agreement ot Sale dated   Nov. 29th,
mo. made between WllHam F. Mon-
crlett   (whose   name   la   sometimes
spelled "Moncreltt") a* Vendor, and
Mrs. Jane A. Vater (wife  of Albert
Vater) as Vendee, and on November
29th, 1910, a  certain  Agreement  of
Sale made  between   the    aforesaid
Jane A. Vater, aa Vendor and Thomas
Davia Morgan as  Vendee, In  wblcb
uld   Agreement   the    satd   Vendor
agreed to sell to the said Vendee Lot
dve (5) tu subdivision ot District Lot
Three Hundred and lltty-elght  (868),
New. Westminster District, according
to a plan ot same deposited la the
Und Registry Office at the City ot
New Westminster, B. C, which application wm made by Jchn Buchanan,
whose addwas was 810 Hastings St.,
Vanoouver. B. C, as agent tor said
Vendor and Vendee.
AND I do order publication ot thla
Notice tor one month In the dally
newspaper published at Kb* Weatmlnster. B. C, shall bo gdod and.aut
floloot aorrioa.
DATED at NBW WB8TMIN8TTO
thla twenty-third day ot September,
1911
To���
WILLIAM P. MONCRIBFP,
WILLIAM F. MONCRBXfT,
JANB A. VATBR,
THQMA8 DAVIS MORGAN.
JOHN BUCHANAN.
*\**%\***VaB��\***\a\ C. 8. KKITH,
District Rail
The Gash Way! vyWt&ll
The Credit Way] Iff?!
'- '������ l
llTHEN jrou atk for credit you may J
* ��     but you pay for it.
You cannot get away from that
credit business give* s cash dtKOtt
credit ��oet^^^^^^^^^^^^
So Sjkst a cash discount doe��
the caah buyer.   In fa?t,.|
Semi-ready Clothes
only.   There is noJMl
Credit losses;
Tbeoueptk^^
by the makeup
if we would.
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PAGE SIGH*
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1912.
���a���i���^�����
SALESMANSHIP
CLASSES
start) -where ? At the j
Modern Business Schcol
,*        When?
Wed. Evening, Oct. 30th
Enroll  Now and  Pursue a Thorough
Course at the
Modern Business School
610 Columbia St. Phone 853
DAY AND EVENING SESSION
A. ij BOUCK
Principal and Manager.
yiLL
^OUR
W|DOW
|BE
PROTECTED
.
In case of your death what
would happen to your business7
Maybe It would sell today nt a
splendid price; but after your
death would it not become disorganized and be much reduced
in value In a few months even? I
Are your investments outside
your business in such shape as
to cause your wife the minimum
of Inconvenience ?
Your wife and children in the
event of your death will require
advisors. Are you quite satisfied
they will select the best advisors ? The selection of such'
advisors la a matter you should
attend to now. N
Call in and talk over this
matter���it is in the regular routine of our business.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd,
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00
HOTEL DUNSMUIR
This New Residential Hotel
IS NOW OPEN
Heated by steam throughout. Hot
and culil water and Telephone In
every  loom.     '       T(
Cafe and dining room in connection
second to none in the city.
Tito best accommodation In New
Weatmlnster,
Everything Modera and Lp-Tu-Sate
SPECIAL   RATES   BY   WEEK
OR  MONTH.
SPROULE BROS., Props.
th Street New Westminster.
)ne  minuti-  from   B.CE,  and  C.P.R.
Stations,
s?er=
Monday being Thanksgiving Day
there will be no Issue'df the West,
minster Dally NeWs. ' The paper will
appear as usual on Tilefeday morning
next. "'"    ,','!i'
r.i-l.   \**'<7*-
Fcr   stealing a. (shirt from a Front
D'reet firm, Hobert.Wilson  was sentenced to thirty days.** jail in police
court yosteiuay morning.'."
���.   y,..   *l   t*   u-: '���'���
Edmonds wood and coal Jrard.
Phone K1111, W. A. IteflonaM.    ������
A new iiedt'ing" a$Ve ' pow adornB
tho maifc office arthOolice station,
tucce->dlig the"'tatraoniefl and amall
affair which formerly,"dl,d duty.
A. Hardman, the cake nan. Get
good bread. Blight* street Bakery.
Telephone 2��1.   ' >���"   ' '' ���' ���' *'
.-���.. ������������������'.   .
In the laat issue cf the British Columbia Gazette the incorporation ot
the Westminster Arena Company.
Limited. Is noted. The capital stock
la fifty thousand dollars divided into
five hundred shares.
The staff of the Canadian Western
Lumber Company held Ita fourth annual dance last night in the Fraser
Mils hall at Millside. The attendance
waa excellent and the gathering was
ln  every  wav  successful.
A special Thanksgiving service will
be held in the Sixth avenue Methodist
church on Monday evening. Met. W.
S. A. Crux, pastor, will speak on
"Things Worth While o* Bottled Up
People."
Miss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, has opened her studio at
13th avenue and Sth street. Telephone R 735. ������
Mendelssohn's "Bear. My Prayer,'
will be the feature of a special pro
gramme of music to be Tendered b>
the choir of Queens Avenue Method
ist church tomorrow, evening. A selection from the "Crieaiian" will als~
be given.
A Thanksgiving djwner, will be served ln the basement^ <he Sapperton
Methodist church on Monday. October
28th from 6 to 8 p. (lftji'ii Concert follows.    Admission aUc.       <>    -        **
The majority of .fhe 'delegates who
left 'this  week to attend  the  various
conventions  up-country  are  expected
back during the next two days. Mayoi
j l.ee and Alderman Gray, it ia under
j stood, will both be hack today.
Mr.   Charles   McGplivray,   cf   thlo
city, has returnee home after spend
ing about one yeaT with a. Dominion
survey      party     on     the     Alaskan
boundary.
Mr. George C. Mann, of Seattle,
was in the city yesterday adjusting
the insurance on the kilns destroye'!
in the fire ou Monday night at the
Fraser Mills. He will be back again
today.
Mr. J. Andrews, until lately foreman
of the Westminster Gas company, haa
been appointed a em- inspector on the
ti. N. It. The position .yias secured
after sttccessfiJ passing cf an examination.
Knights of Cclu.-niuij��� Lccal members going to Kamiopp3 for, Sunday
will meet at the 6. P,'R..depot not
later than 8 o'clock ifyliji pvpnlng, connecting nt the Junction where special
sleeper accommodation.*, will ibe al
lotcd. Return journey can be made
to arrive home Monday, morning or
evenlirs, iliough tickets are good to '���
return Wednesday.   J.'L Keary, ��- K
Theodore Hayes; rf Port Guichon,
the young man whose hand was amputated at the Royal Columbian hospital the other day following a shooting accident, is now doing as well -a.*
za.ii be expected under. tM circumstances. He is still receiving treatment in the hospitaL_
,   Iraatll!<tH,,    i
A tlir.:\uih success,,financially and
otherwise, was the annual. Scottish
concert ano supper held in St. Andrew's Presbyterian church last night
A b:g crowd turned out and everybody
had a moat enjoyable time. A feature
of the menu, at the. supper was the'
variety of Scotch djsiies, intermingled
with a few Iri.nh. .These Whb contributed to the program of the" evening
were:    Sengs, Messrs McQuarrie, Al- \
"PAY   CASH    IT   WILL    PAY
. In .,    YOU".
Thanksgiving
Specials
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Cranberries, No. 1 Cape Cod,
(these are not locals), lb. 14c
Apples, the best in town, four-
tier Jonathans, per box ..$1.65
No. 1 Cookers, your choice, per
box  $100
Ralsens, 16 os. packages,*weight
guaranteed, each     10s
Shelled Almonds and Walnuts,
per lb. <0c
2 lbs. for 75s
No.   1   Ashcroft   Potatoes,   per
sack  $1.23
SWeet Potatoes, very extra special, 6 lbs. for   25c
Fresh   Esss.   guaranteed,    per
dozen  65e
No. 1 Select Fresh Esgs, will
boll, fry or poach, per doa.. .60s
Select Eggs, per dozen   40a
2 doi.cn for  ��� ��� ��� ��� 75s
Onr Maple Creamery. Butter at
S lbs. for $1.10 cannot be beaten.
DELICATESSEN
Our special line of Headcheese now on hand. Also fresh
Cambridge Sausage and Ayre-
shlro Bacon. We have a tew
fresh dressed Ducks and
Chickens to sell at 30c per lb.
Sliced Tongue,   delightful    for
supper, per lb 60a
Fresh Cheeses of all kinds in
stock. .
Dili Pickles, Sweet Mixed Pickles' and Olives in bulk, always
fresh.
THE
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS       S. K. BRIGGS
PHONE 2.
BUILDING PERMITS    "
' DOUBLE LAST WEEK
Already Eleven Applications Account
for $29,900���New Bakery Going
In on Tenth  Street.
WE HAVE MONEY
TO DISCOUNT
AU fears that the building permits
for this month would fall below those
cf the corresponding period of last
year are being quickly, banished. With
the total for the past live days Included, the figures thiB month only stand
about two thousand dollars behind
October last year and. at the rate ot
the present advance the month will
outstrip all similar periods by a
good margin.
Despite the time of year the past
five days bave been moat remarkable I
for the number and value ot permits j
taken out. the total of the eleven being    $29,900.    This    compares    with
$14,400 for last week.   A distinct tea j
ture during the last three days watt
the fact that not one of the permits
taken out was above $4000 and only
I two were below $2000.
The largest one yesterday was Ib
| sued to THtimas Grant for a $4000
I building to contain a bakery plant on
Tenth atreet. The others were: W. N.
Merrill, five roomed bungatew on
Eleventh street, $2000. ana*' A. J. Mfr
cer. stable on Bole street, $150.
The total for the week was $29.nnn;
for the month so far about $87,600,
for October last year, $89,9C0.
Agreements Por Sale
Listing For Farm Lands Solicited.  We Have Buyers
itish Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
OBITUARY
j
��� CLARK-The death oecured on
j Thursday  of  the Infant  daughter of
Mr. and Mra William Clark. Edmond
! street.   Edmonds.    The  funeral   took
piace yesterday.
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. HTVBLL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern Saw  Mill  Machinery
> Johnson  Shingle   Machines
v and Lath Mill Machinery
YALE   AND    COWIE    GASOLINE    ENGINES
CANNING AND  CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLA83E8 PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
'
TRENOR���The death oecured yesterday rf toe Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs Frederick Trenor, 618 Seventh
avenue. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon to the Oddfellows'
cemetery.
NEW   CARS COMING
TUBERCULOSIS DAY.
Five   Hundred   Workers  Will   Parade
to Church on Sunday Night.
Plans have been completed by a
special committee of the Trades and
Labor council for the holding of a
treat labor parade on Sunday evening
io St. Andrew's Presbyterian church
where Rev. J. S. Henderson will
preach a sermon on "The Battle
Against Tuberculosis."
The men will gather at the Labor
Temple at 7 o'tdock, and there will
be formed into marching order. It will
be the largest turnout of Its kind ever
't��Id  in   the  history  of  Westminster,
Ten on Way���Three Arrived Recently
i ���Glut in Orders.
An additional ten cars wtll soon be
{ placed at the disposal of the B. C. E.
lt. for use on their interurban lines
j This shipment is now on    the    way
from  St.  Louis  where an order, wa;'
I placed   for  twenty-four  new   cars    a
I few months ago.   The cars are beliif
i brought ovei    the   steam    roads ana
left Kansas City cn October 16.
The first contingent consisting oi
two baggage cara and one Interurban
passenger uf th* Fraser valley typ*
arrived here a few weeks ago and art
now in use.
Just when the remainder of the or
der will be shipped is uncertain as
tlte car companies all over the U. 8
and Canada are Inundated with order,
fnr new rolling stock, and !��. w )  prob-
British Co'imbii Electric Railway Company
THANKSGIVING DAY
EXCURSION
For the holiday, special reduced rates of a fare and one-third arj
offered to all points on the Fraser Valley Branch.
To allow sportsmen to spend a few days shooting and fishing at
the different points, reduced rate fares will be on sale from Friday,
October 25th, until Monday, Oclober 28th. Good for return passag.i
until Tuesday, October 29th. '.. )
Trains leave depot, Columb'a and Eighth streets, at 9:30 a.m.,
1:20 p.m., 6:10,p.m., and Huntingdon local at 4:05 p.m.
some 500 men being expected to take: "bly be a matter of several  months BOILE RS
part, i.., ���
A special section will be reserved
for this body in the church and every
prominence will l��e given to the purpose of the day. The special services
are being held at the request of the
Typographical union, which is endeavoring to have the day slmilarily
observed among laboring men in other
cities.
bpfore the remaining eleven cars ara
shipped.
LIGHTS BIG  FIRE.
COMMITS BURGLARY
FROM FAR TEXAS COMES
PRAICS   OF  EXHIBITION
I
Ev!dfeft<5e that the recent exhibition
is carrying Westminster's napie far
ard wide ls contained In a letter reset ved by Mr. A. W, MJ'Leod, of this
c'ty, from Mr. I. Jnlonic. vice-pres!
dent of the International Insurance
company, of Dallas, Texas. Jalonic is
unstinted In his praise of the fair and
sav3 in part:
"I enjoyed my visit to Brit'sh Co
lumbia \efy. much and was part'eu
larly infeyfested In the��fa'r in your
���*Hy, ..Tbe fruit and vegetables anc)
farm products grown In your section
were certainly  a   revelation, to  me."
West    Vancouver,    Oct.    25.���Caul-
fields, one of the prettiest residential
district in West Vancouver, has been
j the acene of several   burglaries  of n
I small   but    annoying    nature,   which
j liave been perpetrated  on   successive
j nights within the last week.      Many
| residences    have been    entered    and
rifled, and  their contents   stolen   ot
wantonly     destroyed.      Money     was
taken from a shack belonging to two
Chinamen,  wblle  another   house   be
longing   to a   well-known   Vancouver
citizen, was   the subject,   cf especial
damage.
The burglar, who slept there for thr
nlpltf. damaged every ornament he
could lay his hands on, and lit such
an enoromous fire that the place was
lucky to escape being burnt to tht
ground. The offender, whose descrip
tlon has been given aa that of a sal
low-faced man of the Jewish type, Is
���Hill at larg?.
Riveted Steel Pipes
BURN OIL
TAIN I
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P. O. BOX 442
TELEPHONE   324
E. H. BUCKUN,
Pres. and Oenl. Mgr.
N.
BEARDSLEB,
Vice-President.
W. T. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKUN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALI. KINDS OF FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phonea No. 7 and 877.
Ierdyce, Graham, Duncan and Mis^i
Vina Munn; reoItatfdW*:- Miss,Tidy
Mr. Openshaw, urganl3t of the church
was accomi atrst.
OUR COUGH MIXTURE
PineJVit^^
has made a name for itself.
Never falling to give quick relief when the throat and lungs
are troubled.
Recommended, guaranteed and
sold by
MINK'S DRUG STORE
Four doors East of Bank of
Montreal.
New Weatminater, B. C.
TRAIN  TIMES CHANGED*  '
ON C. P. Rr SUNDAY
The following is tlje' ' new trail,
schedule on t'ie Westminster tirauch
tf the CajiatfJan Pacific'iail^-fy wjilcl,
goes into effect on Stina^-Octobet
ll*. Several changes haVe br^n mad"
and all Intending passengers should
set acquainted witu the new order ot
things. |,��
First train will leave a*> tSfcSS and
will connect at the ,.Junction with
train ri'dn to Seattle ijKaraloopo
local and Toronto express and X'.cola
Will return arriving here at 9:15 wltii
passengers from Montrea? aWd Kccte
uay. tp*  t '���'I '
Ner.t tialn vill leave at ,?:.25. and
will connect with ��� the ''t#lln at'.', tht
Junction from Agassiz, reuirtylng here
arriving at 10.35, and will iertve'again
at 10:4.) and connect' at tlie Junction
with train from St. Paul. ,Wj|l arriv?
here at 11:50. ., .,.    . , ,<    '
Next train will go out at 14 o'clock
and will connect with .the train go
ittg to Sl Paul and Kootenay points
Will ivi urn from the :.function at
16:20. Will leave again nt'17:05 and
connect with passenger train from
Seattle and Kamloops local. Will ar
rive here at 18:13. Wffl H^tfe''Weatmlnster at 18:20 to conflict Vith the
iccal train boIiir to Agasrf!*.1 returning;
here at 19:25. Will leavw^Kfcaih at
19:55 to connect with the Imperial
Limited, also passengers going Into
Okaitagan points, will return fie're 'at
21:05., Will leave again ut...2 oclo6k
and connect with
Toi onto and Nicola.
nt 23 o clock.
These Are All in Good Locations
qnd Are Good Investments at the
Prices they can be Bought for Now
Bracelet Watches
Special Gold Filled Bracelet Watch $9.00
SEE WINDOW
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B.
tne
JEWELER
C. Electric Railway.
1359���FIPTH BTREET near Eighth
avenue; 60x132 to Une; a good buy
at $1,000;, one-third .cash.        r  **>
1195���SEVENTH AVENUE near 4th
Btreet; two lots: upper side; 50xl3tt
all cleared and graded; price $1275
each.
s
1397���65 FOOT LOT corner of 8lxth
avenue and Ash atreet; price $4000
on easy terms.
1393���KNOX STREET, 8APPERT0N.
66 foct lot in good location; Just off
Columbia street; pneo $1200 on
easy terms.
���
139E���5 LOTS ON  TWELFTH  AVE-
near ilixth street car line; 50x153
each; some are cleared; street Is
graded;  price $3000 on good terms.
'.
FOR SALE
Modern 6-Room House on Hamilton Street)
Modern Conveniences.
PRICE $2850, $500 CASH, BALANCE AS RENT
DONT MISS THIS CHANCE
628 and 740 Columbia Street, Phene 85., New Westmlneter, D. C.
��� 'f-M
I
22 p'ciotk
the trnln from
Will arrive here
tf
���       T*.'*.l'-:'.^
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Pire, Life, Acoldent,
and Marine Ineurance.
Employeia' Liability,   Automobile
ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656 63 Sixth Street
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