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 PRICE FIVE CENTB.
nimuaiB
TO BANK ROBBERS
'GOVERNOR GENERAL
APPROVES PROGRAM
Account Book Shows Gang
Spent   Several   Months
Around Chicago.
Sidias Tried to Get Rid of $140,000���
Saya Stacey Was Agent Only-
Fight Extradition.
Chicago, Sept. 29.���An account
book with record of routes and expenses and also many addresses Is
now In possession of the police and
is accounted another clue to the New
Westminster bank robbery ln which
over $271,000 was stolen.
It shows that the robbers spent sev
eral months In the vicinity of Chicago,
and the police of this c'ty, Omaha,
Minneapolis, Aberdeen, S.D., and Kansas City are now engaged in tbe hunt.
Agent for Gang.
James W. Stacey, alias Frank West,
alias "Doc"' Danzell, who has been
identified by his wife, is not a mem
ber of the gang which robbed the
bank, but' an agent for them, accord-
Irg to Ja nes Sidlas, the Greek saloonkeeper, In whose place Lieutenant
Burns was Injured trying to arrest
3tacey and his pal. Sidias today told
of his attempt to dispose of $140,000
hi Canadian currency, which had been
stolen from the New Westminster
bank. He tried to cash the money at
a west side bank, but fearing "that
suspicion might be aroused, he withdrew from the transaction.
Will Fight Extradition.
St. Louis, Mo.. Sept. 29.���That two
other men Implicated in the bank robbery at New Westminster in September, of 1911. were in St. Louis when
J. AV. Stacey. alias Frank Weet, was
arrested here last week, wa3 stated
here today'bv Asher Rosseter, superintendent of the Pinkerton agency.
The men got wise to the arrest of
Stacey pud fled the city carrying with
them $170,000 of the stolen money.
Stacey's lawyer reaffirmed the itat*
ment that he wonld flght extradition
to thc last ditch.
Send Photos  Hero.
St. Louis. Sopt. 20.���Photographs of
West or Star.er or "Doc" Danzell wen
-mailed Inst night to New Westminster. West's attorney announced that
on Monday attempts to release the
prisoner (jn r writ of habeas corpus
probably"'would-ba begun.
Princess Alice Arrives at 3 p.m.
Thursday���Royal  Guests  Look
Forward to Trip.
SIR DONALD MANN
GIVES REASONS
The program for the second vlsil
of Their Royal Highnesses the Duke
and puchess ot Connaught and Princess Patricia has been finally drawn
up and has received the approval of
the Governor General himself. Mr.
Wade, who has lu charge the ar
rangements, made a special trip to
Victoria on Saturday where he inter
viewed Colonel Lowther, who In turn
communicated with the Duke and the
itinerary for the visit was arranged
The program, however, Is not binding
In Its entirety as one or two of its
Items may have to be done away with,
according to the circumstances.
Contrary to expectations the Princess Alice with the royal travelers
aboard wlll not arrive at 2 o'clock, but
will reach the city at 3 o'clock instead. They will land at the C. P. R.
wharf and take autos to Queens park.
After the exhibition Is officially opened and a few other ceremonies have
been gone through the royal party will
leave for the C. P. R. depot at 5:15,
where the special train of Their Royal
Highnesses awaits them. The royal
visitors will end their western tour
when they board this train at 5:30
and start out upon the return journey.
The British Columbia Horse which
has formed the   Governor   General's
body guard on his tour through   th
province, will not, it is learned, come
to Westminster on Thursday.
To Mr; V'ade Colonel Lowther expressed the pleasure derived by the
Governor General from his last visit
here, and stated that Their Royal
HiRhnesses the litike and DuchmH
and Princess Patricia are looking forward to their trip to the Royal City
on Thursday.
Port Mann Not Ocean Tertai-
nus But Train Assembling
Centre.
Repair   Shops Will    Be   There���Will
Reach Vancouver by Electric
Line.
AMERICAN GOLD
FOR HOME RULE
MED SERVICE CLUB
TO BROADEN SCOPE
Super-Executive Committee Appointed
���National Reserve Chaplain���Will
Move to Central Quarters.. ,
Judge Bole presided in his usual
cheery manner over the meeting of
the executive committee of the United Servloe club on Friday evening,
and there Were present also Mes3rA.
J. W. B. Blackman, J. W. Parr, C. G1,
Wheeler and F. H. Godwin of the National Reserve committee. .
The rules, being suspended. It was
resolved to appoint a super-executive
committee who will take an active
part In the affairs of the club now
thut the winter Is drawing near, during which season it Is hoped that the
club will considerably broaden Its
scope. This committee's composition
Is as follows: Messrs W. Parnell, J.
O. Mf.-kie. T. C. Little. F. H. Godwin,
A. Gray and Ed. Hoult. These gentlemen, together with several other
members, were present at the meeting.
A vacancy having oecured upon the
executive committee, Mr. \^. S. North
cote-Johnstou  was appointed  thereto.
In future all members of the club
Will meet on the last Friday In each
month to receive reports, etc., and It
was dee'eded to move In the mattpr
of locating the quarters in a mora
central position.
A quorum of lhe National Reserve
being present, and It being found that
two clergynen were already enrolled,
It waa decided to appoint Rev. Canon
d'Easum as chaplain to the organization.
Tho fees of tho UnltPd Service club
are $2.50 entrance and 50 cents per
month subscr'pt'on. Thev were made
as low as possible so that the advantages of the club might be within th��
reach of all present or past service
men. It was decided at the meeting
that thev should be pavable quarterly In advance from this date.
Record Number of Ath'etes.
Ono hundred and elghtv-one entrli*
have been received for the "B. C
championships which closed \ on Friday  night.
Kneed artiRti from all parts of the
province will be present on Wednesday afternoon coming from Cumber
land, Victoria. Nanaimo, Alberni.
Boveri Island. Vancouver; Kamloops
and New Westminster.
This Is said to be a record entry
and given fine weather and a good
track the spectators wlll have the
time of their lives watching the athletes perform for the highest honors
cf the province.
GREAT RECEPTION
GIVEN ON PRAIRIES
ro Thomas W. Wilby Who Is Eesay-
ing Canadian Coast to Coast Automobile   Journey.
Moose Jaw, Sask ., Sept. 2!).���Escorted by fourteen automobiles
which had accompanied him from Regina, aud by ninq machines which had
gone' three miles out of the city to
nistt him. Thoma3 W. Wilby, the Canadian Highway Association's transcontinental pathfinder. mightiiy
pleased a huge crowd yesterday evening bringing his machine to a stop opposite the City Hall within ten minutes of his revised schedule time. He
was accorded a great reception. Wilby is cow seven days behind his original schedule, liaving lost flve full
days in Winnipeg on account of prolonged rain. ,
The run from Brandon to Moose
Jaw was made in a little over three
days, excellent time considering the
state of the roads and the season of
the year. At Broadview and at Moosomin the pathfinder was well received. Mr. ���'Wilby addressed the' Board of
Trade at the latter place and also occupied the seat of honor at a pre-arranged Good Roads dinner, presided
orer by the mayor, and having. F. L.
Smith, M. P., fur ode of the chief
speakers. After hearing Mr. Wtlby's
address the Moosomin board expressed its sympathy with the wor!; of the
Canardaln Highway Association, and
pledged its support.
At some distance out of Regina an
escort of cars, under the leadership of
Sheriff A. p. Cook, president of the
Automobile Club, and L. V. MacDonald, board- of trade commissioner, met
the travel-stained pathfinder and piloted him into the city, incidentally
blocking traffic on Scarth street for
some time. '
Mr. Wilby left Reginii at 3 o'clock
Saturday afternoon for this city.
Vancouver, Sept. 28.���"I was misre-
ported iu Winnipeg in regard to Port
Mann being the ocean terminus of the
C. N. R. What 1 did say was tbat
Port Maun would be the train assemb
ling centre for the Paciflc section and
that it was an ocean port. 1 had In
mind that It would be an available
centre for the distribution of coal and
other freight into the interior, but not
that it would be our ocean terminus.
As a matter of fact we have not yet
any Paciflc steamship service."
The above statement was made b.v
Sir Donald Mann, vice-president of
the C. N. R��� yesterday afternoon.
"We have our car repair shops and
our assembling yards at Port Mann,'
he continued. "In all the chief cities
of Canada the railroads are moving
their assembling yards out some dls
tance from the centre of the city.
This is belug doue for several reasons. For one, Inside property is too
expensive, and another, the smoke
nuisance has caused many complaints.
Most of the yards in Toronto are now
flve or six miles away from the union
stations. The G. T. R. has moved Its
yards out to Mimlco, and we are moving out also.
Need Vast Area.
"Anyone who has any idea of railway work knows that a tremendous
trackage Is necessary for assembling
trains. The repair shops and the assembling yards would be at Port
Mann, but Vancouver w'll be ou.
terminus. Railways always go to the
centres cf populalion. Our trains will
be assembled at Port Mann and from
there we will drop off freight golnj
to New Westminster, and to inland
centres, and eastbound freight trains
will be made up there, but Vancouver
will be the main terminus. 1 did not
say anything to the contrary ia Winnipeg. The same applies to a steam-
shin service when we bave one. We
"will send our vessels to Vancouver,
which is the greatest centre on tht
Pacific coast.
"We will come In from Port Mann
by electricity and a great part of our
terminal crews will live here, and wc
will have to have branch repair shops
here. I do not think even then that
the acreage in False creek would be
large enough for our needs. I expec'
we will be up against the same congestion as in Winnipeg, and we must
prepare for such an eventuality."
IN THE CAPITAL
Westminster Visiters State that Many
Victorians Will Visit Exhibition.
Local visitors to Victoria during the
week end report that a great deal of
Interest Is being, taken there in the
coming provincial exhibition whlcn
opens tomorrow. The Victoria fair,
which ended on Saturday, did not
prove the success it was expected It
would, but on every hand could be
found assurances that Westminster
conld be relied upon to put'lip. an exhibition worth traveling'the distance
to i see. On these grounds It' Va confidently expected that, a large contingent of tho Islanders wlll grace
'he Royal CltV with their presence
during the week.
Among the Westminster people In
he cipltal Saturday and Sunday were
.Mr. T. J. Trapp. president of the. R.
A. & I. soe'ety and cha'rman of tlu-
school board; Mr. F. J. MacKenzli
M.P P., .wlio was over to take part In
rhe reception to the Di-ke of Con
naught nnd party; Mr. John Reid,-of
the Westminster Iron Works, and Mr
Stuart Wade, who made the trip to
Interview Colonel Lowther on matters
concerning the visit of the Governo.-
General here on Thursday. Mr. J. A.
Cunningham, of the Oil refineries.
Port Moody, was also a visitor to the
capital.
B. C. TRANSPORT CO.
Begin Erecting   Crushing   Plant   and
Bunkers on New Wharf.
The B. C^yransport company, h
ei lending the scope cf Its business
along new lines. Arrangements havr
been completed by tbe locnl agent ii.
town for the expenditure of som<
$25,000 for the erection of a roc*
crushing plant aiid bunkers on tht,
wharf at the east side of tbe Frasei
bridge recently erected by the com
pany.
The bunkers will bo used for ator
ing coal, sand, gravel and eement
The dimensions of the bunkers to be
constructed are 24 feet wide, 160 feet
long ahd 30 feet high.
The rock crushing plant will have
a capacity of 500 yards or forty to^
dally, lt will be of tho gyratory type
and will be driven by electrioltj
throughout. Gravel and rock screen*,
for the purposes of separating the
various grades of these supplies will
be erected and run In connection.
A good many hands will be employed both on the crusher and bunkers
and the plant, lt is sa'd. will be onj
of the best In the locality. The plan?
for the apparatus aro being drawn up
by H. C. Brlce. C.K.. who will super
Intend the construction. The contrac
tors are Robinson Bros. It la expect
ed to start the initial work today, and
It is hoped to have the plant completed bv November 15.
In order to supply th- ne'v bmken
wtth gravel the company hns secured
a dredge which has been put In oners
t!on on the gravel beds on Pitt lake
where the rock quarries are alao
looated. The dredge can handle 150f
yards ot gravel dally.
COQUITLAM LAND CASE
C. P. R. and Messrs. McQuarrie and
Bowler Come to an Arrangement.
By an agreement that Waa consum-
aled/ before Justice Murphy in the
supreme court on Saturday, the long
legal battle between ���the.Q. P.. R. and
Messrs. N. H. McQuarrie. W. -0. MC-
Quarr.e nndvPatrl0jt Bowler over an
option held b>' the company pn a
large parcel of land dcmprlsfng '234
Aires at Coqulflairi, has beea terminated. ,
The detnlls of the settlement are
not available as the agreement was
made prlvatelv, but It is understood
that the, C, P. R. gets 14ft aores,vwblle
the defendants, the local men, will
receive 93 acres adjoining the company's property, which Is most commonly referred to at the old McLean
| ranch.
Redmond's Brother Address*
es Monster Meeting  In
New York.
Hundred Thousand Workers Assemble
at Liverpool to Greet Carson
and Unionists.
New York,   Sept.   29.���A   monster
demonstration in support of the Irish
Home Rule bill was held ln Carnegie
nail this evening.    Mr. w. H. Red
tnond, Nationalist, and brother of the
(amous   John   Redmond,   made   the
speech of the evening as to the benefits to be derived by the   people   ol
Ireland If such a bill passes tbe Brit
Ish House of Commons.   The gather
lng was called by a prominent body
of citizens  including Supreme Coun
Judge Keogh, W. Burke Cochran, Al
ton B. Parker and Hermann Ridder.
,   A letter wa*   read   from   Cardinal
Farley expressing his whole sympathy
with the cause.   The audience stood
waved hats   and    cheered    applause
when Mr. Redmond arose to speak of
the Irish Home Rule bill.
Took in $20,400.
"This bill and Its problem will bt
foremost In the British political arenr.
until the freedom of Ireland is as
sured," he sa!d, and he predicted that
before Christmas the bll would have
passed the House of Commons, and
that if the British government is In
power the name of King George would
be attached to an Irish Home Rule
bill.
A collection  was    taken    for    the
cause wh'ch amounted to over $20,400
Liverpool Greets Leaders.
Liverpool, Sept. 29.���Crowds num
bering close on to one hundred thous
and, mostly composed cf working men
assembled at the dock this mornln?
to welcome Sir Edward Canon, thr
Marguis of Londonderry and Union's'
leaders on their arrival from Belfast
Over one thousand members of thc
Orange Order were lined up with
banners waving and bands playing.
Alderman Salvidge, on behalf of the
Unionist workmen ot the Orange
Order, extended greetings to which
Sir Edward Carson and Mr. F. E
Smith responded briefly. The horses
were taken out of the carriage and
the workmen drew the conveyance
through the streets of Liverpool tc
the Conservative club amid cheers
and singing from the populace.
CHINAMAN FANCIES
TRAY OE DIAMONDS
Worth $20:3���Exciting   Chase   Down
Columbia Street���Lee Appears
This Morning.
One often hears of a Chinaman be
Ing mixed up in an opium or gambling house raid, but for some excitement, one Oriental named Harry Let
who gives his Canadian address as,
Vancouver, made a river pirate story
look like thirty cents when he pur
Joined a tray of diamonds worth $200t
from the store cf W. C. Chamber!.!,
at 12,46 o'clock Saturday.
Lee was In the store on some pretext and on leaving aroused the suspicions of Mr. Chamberlin who gave
chase. On being brought back Lee J
is said to have thrown the tray con
taining  the  Jewelry  Into  the  street
ASH CAUSE Of
FIVE DROWNINGS
Fourteen Pound MiukeHunge
Upsets Family Party la
Canoe.
Wife, Two Children and Mother Oie
with William McCaffrey at*
Fishing Trip.
Cwenee, Out., 3ept. 29.���Five persons, a family party, jvere drowned
yesterday afternoon In the Pigeou
Aver near Omenee, when their canoe
was overturned by the fall of a 1��
pound muskellunge on a trolling lin��
held by William   McCaffrey,
fled at the outset'of the trouble
soon on the job and took l.ee to tht
local bastile where he now await--
i hearing before Magistrate Edmonds-
In a report to the police Mr. Chamberlin stated that only a short time
tgo he had missed valuables worth
4400 from his store, and the past his
tory of this same Lee is being Investigated so that a possible clue to the
missing jewelry mav be obtained.
Friends of Mr. Chamberlin gather
ed up the scattered rings and trinkets
while the proprietor held the Chinaman until the arrival of the pollce.
ADVANCE FURTHER
STEPS IN GAS CASE
Adjourned    After    Points    for
Against the City Have Been Put
Forward.
and
F. E. SMITH WRITES
ON HOME RULE BILL
Further progress in the gas case
between the city and fir. James Cunningham was made on Saturday
morning when the flrst hearing was
held before Mr. Justice Murphy tn
supreme court tn the. Buit brpugbt by 1
Mr; Cunningham to' quash the by-law  experienced
Government Haa  Two  Alternatives���
Civil Violence Certain If Ulster
Be Included.
London, Sept. 29.���An article writ
ten by Mr. F. E. Smith, Unionist mem
ber of parliament for the Walton
division of Liverpool, appeared in th ���
Manchester Dally Dispatch. Mr.
Smith stated tbat there were two
alternatives open to the government.
The flrst is to keep Ulster In the
Home Rule bill with the certainty ol
civil violence on a far greater scale
than has ever been witnessed in Ire
land.
The second ls to leave Ulster out
of the bill.
Mr, Smith argued that the latter
plan would necessitate an entirely
new bill and that it is very doubtfu'
whethti John Redmond would accept
or those who control hlm la Ireland
permit him tb accept such a bill.
PRIZES FOR  KNOWING   HOW.'
Rewards Wlll Be Made for Knowledge
of New Westminster Affaire.
Familiarity of the people of this
city with the business house*, commercial and manufacturing institutions and professional meu is a consummation to be wished for and encouraged by every conceivable meant
and all sorts of publicity. It is important alike for the people and the
commercial Interests cf New West
minster.
As means to thia end the News will
this wee1-- Inaugurate a novel featur?
to be called the "knowledge competi
tlon." A number of brief sketches of
binflhess Institutions win be printed
giving eome of their dlstliiottye features and from these descrlptlops the
public ie asked to Identify them.
To stimulate the competition several valuable prices will be awarded
to those wbo can identify them quickly and correctly. It you are not familiar with the clty'a growing cdni-.
merce, It behooves yon to get familiar, both for the sake or local pride
and of wjnnlng some. 6f the prises
offered.
This Interesting feature has been
used In many other cities of the welt
and It bas been found a great success
In. disseminating knowledge pf home
lnstlutlons and drilling it Into the
minds of the people. Also It has
proved a most excellent means of
publicity.
recently passed by the city council
which repealed the original by-law of
1886 granting a franchise to Mr. Cunningham and the Westminster Gas
company.
Mr. Adam S. Johnston, representing
Mr. Cunningham, argued that it was
bad faith on the city's part to quash
a by-law enacted twenty-six years ago,
that if placed In operation would render useless $200,000 worth of property
owned by bis client. "It comes to
this," said he, "they want to crush
this company because they want to
- -build a plant of their own, and I submit that on equitable grounds we are
Entitled to-have the:r repealing by-law
q"Zzl.hA7'
Mr. W. G. McQuarrie, city solicitor,
replied that Mr. Cunningham nad not
shown as yet the rights which be alleged be acquired from the by-law or
1886. The" city granted tbe right i to
one company and these rights were
assigned to another company, which
he considered'' fatal to the argument
submitted for the plaintiff.
Mr, Justice Murphy: "I suppose
the city has the right to repeal anything it enacts providing nothing bas
happened. But suppose a man expends $200,000 do you say the council
can come along and take away his
rights?"
i e contended that. Mr. Cunningham
and the gas company were holding up
the city of New Westminster worae
than any highwayman. In order to
secure gas Into his house, a man now
has to pay for the laying of the mains
and must purchaae all'the hardware
pertaining to same. This was vnot
what the by-law of 1886 was Intended
for. It was being violated every day.
In support of this argument, affidavits werf read from Mayor Lee, Mr
Robert Bradley and Mr. Frank Man
deville.
Mr. McQuarrie stated that he could
bring hundreds of such Instances before the'eomt where people living out
side the area now covered with mains
were held up and were being aiked to'
pay the cost of laying additional
mains.
The proceedings were brought to a
close by Mr. McQuarrie applying for
leave to cross-examine Ut. Cunning-
Jwm and this wlll probably be heard
next Saturday morning.
dian General Electric Railway   company, Toronto.   Tbe dead are:
William McCaffrey, aged 36; Laura
F. McCaffrey, his wife, aged 38; Mra.
Mary McCaffrey, his mother; Grace
McCaffrey, his daughter, aged 12, and
Howard McCaffrey, his son, aged 8.
Was on Holiday.
Mr. McCaffrey is a son of Charles
McCaffrey, of this town, and catne
here on Friday to spend a short holiday with hi*; wife, mother and two
"bildren. They started down the-
Pigeon river on a fishing expedition
on Saturday afternoon. The weather
waB fine and no rain came, yhile towards evening there was nothing ha
the nature of a squall.
Never Seen Again.
No member of the party was seen
alive since the canoe passed down
the river. When there was no sign
of the party returning, Charles McCaffrey, father of the drowned man,
came to town and organized a search
party. The canoe was found floating
bottom upwards, and dragging operations were at once begun until at .1
j o'clock on Sunday morning four
bodies had been recovered. Tbe bodv
rf the little girl was idt found until
this morning. \ '��� .
Fish Was Alive.
Clasped in the hand of McCaffrey-
when found was the end of a trolltoe
line and on the hook,<*S**Mivo muskellunge weighing M pounds' Mr.
McCaffrey's watch had stopped at
2:36 p.n\.
He was an erpert-'ea^qeist sna ��tt-
 :  'swimmer.  '  Grace,    the
little girl, had had lcsaon3 in swimming, but it is not known whetber-
the others could swim or not..
An investigation was made bv thes
coroner this morn'ns and he decided
that the facts were so manifest tha*
an inquest - wa3 unnecessary. A.
quintuple funeral v.-ill be held in the
cemetery on, Tuesday.
HOW WESTMINSTER
LOOKS TO GLASGOW
WEEK END HAUL 18
, .     BIG STRAIN ON JAIL
The need ot a new,elty look-up waa
never demonstrated in a more startling manner than on Saturday evening and yesterday morning. Perhaps
lt was tbe change In ue weather;that
caiuitil the prpcesstorf, butHhe police'
tottmia certofnly ha*'thelr-hands full
rounding up the usual drunks together
with a fair sprinkling of the disorderly class.
Eighteen prisoners were locked up
while Weveral more bad'the collateral
to m oni,on fell. Eighteen lg S f��lr
slsed crowd to handle and ft waa���* s
ease of doubling and trebling In the
cells before they eould all be accommodated. Something Mke twenty-flve
cases are on the docket to be bekrd
tbls morning.
Recent Visitor Describes City In
tish Paper���Impressed With Flossy
w     ers and Fruit.
Under the caption of "A MIghtr
State ln the Making," Mr. L. Scheff.
F. R. C. I., contributes to the Glasgow
Weekly Herald an Interesting article
on British Columbia, wbich contains
the following reference to New Weatmlnster:
"Another town ln tbls province
wblcb is rapidly developing In Importance is New Westminster. It lies at
the mouth of the Fraser river, and
has a. Splendid harbor.' It is, moreover, the only fresh-water port er
Western Canada, and possesses good
wharfage sites with from 30 to 40 feet
of water on both sides of the river te*
tbe Gulf of Georgia. All railway Knew-
parallc! the barbor front New Westminster's Industries comprise, among
others, 39, flsh canneries, four Iroor
works, paper mills, boiler
shingle mills, gasoline engfne
and tbe Fraser lumber mills (said to'
he the largest tn tbe world), to any
notblng of such things as fruit growing, dairying, and mining.
New Industries are constantly feeing established, and good openings
present themselves In many line* At
the same time. New Westminster I��-
admirably equipped with schools and'
colleges, churches and parks Thst*
city is beautifully located at the fear
of a Mope topped br great cedars aad
spruces. I Wm driven through fta
streets by Mr. Stuart Wade, the Industrial Commissioner of the town
(an old Bngllsh pioneer), and wsa
fireatly struck by the almost orchard
uid garden-like appearance of th��
bouses. The walla oi some of thaaa
were covered with peaches naif
grapes, and presented a most delight-
?ul aspect, wblle big hunches of gfow-
ng roses  of all shades  and
grew In front of the houses, Thay
were such roses as the ordinary GEsa-
gow man gates at admiringly fa whs*
dows of a flower shop, but whieh he* .
never hones to boy���because t*hp*
price would be too high for him. Oie
In New Westminster they couM fee-
got almost for the asking.
New Westminster ' Is one ef tfeir
oldest cities In the ftrovlnce. and awa
st one time tbe seat of the ProvfaeMr
Government���until Victoria
the capital."
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1912.
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week.
No advertisement nccepted
lor less than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 60c per insertion.
������������������������������������������������
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���A SMART BOY AT ONCE
Apply Pacific Canadian Printing &
Publishing Co., Ltd., 761 Cam .rvon
street.
WANTED���GIRL     FOR     GENERAL
house work. Apply 325 Agnes street.
WANTED ��� SMALL FURNISHED
snite, with modern conveniences.
Apply giving full particulars and
terms to Box ?16 News office.
WANTED ��� PAINTING, PAPER-
hanging; reasonable price; work
guaranteed flrst-class. Box 114,
Daily News.
WANTED���GOOD SECOND HAND
flat top desk. Room 16 Collister
block.
"WANTED���A STRONG BOY. PIO
neer Dye Works, Second street.
Phone 430.
-WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE FURN-
ished rooms; would prefer a small
furnished house. Address Box 101
News office
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE R1S-
quire two comfortable furnished
rooms; old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401.
WANT6D���AN    IRONER.      ROYAL
City steam laundry.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings street.
"THE CITY OF SMILING SUCCESS''
is what someone recently called
Fort Fraser, B. C. And well he
might, for there never was a town
where success was more assured.
Sawmill, stores, bank building, government building, and a big hotel
are now built or being constructed.
Railroad grade Is now cleared
through the town. The Fort Fraser
Development Club wants to get In
touch with ambitious people who
want to start in a new town. Write
to tliem today, and ask for a copy
of the Fort Fraser News. Fort Fraser Development Club, W. A. Math-
���eson,  Sec'y.    Vancouver   office,   102
Winch Building.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.
Curtis Block, New Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
FINE LITTLE HOME, SEMI-MOD-
om. large lot 60x165; few minutes'
walk from Edmonds Station. $1625.
cash $375, two years for balance.
No. 66.
THREE    LOTS    ON    WISE    ROAD,
each 34x145 to   lane.     Price   $600
each.    Terms to arrange.     No.   41.
TWO LOTS IN BURNABY 65x120
each. The two for $1250; third
rash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
No. 42.
'LOT 50x150, CLEARED, SIDE-
walks, water, light available. $750,
$100 cash, $10   a   month.     No. 45.
-LOT   NOT   FAR   FROM    EDMONDS
' 8tation. Slashed, 33x132; $700. one-
third cash, teruiB.   No. 58.
FIRE FIRE FIRE
INSURANCE
Insures Sleep
It costs little to insure and a lot to
rebuild and refurnish.
Call on us for rate3. Wo represent
only the strongest British Board companies, and pay all los3cs promptly.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Fire, Accident, Plate Glass, Automobile,  Burglary,  Employer's
Liability Insurance.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Board of Health Department.
The Citizens of New Westminster
are hereby notified that on and after
the lst day of October, 1912, all garbage and ashes will be removed free
of charge from private residences.
The Department respectfully asks
that all those who have garbage to remove will provide themselves with
two garbage cans���one to be used for
ashes, and the other for garbage.
Householders will please place cans
in the most accessible position possible, which will be of material assistance to the collectors when they call
to remove the same. This does not
apply to business houses. The nrme
rates us arc now In effect will still ba
��har-"d them for the removal of gar-
kafie, ashes, etc. 	
S. J. PEARCE,
Health Inspector.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���AT A BARGAIN, NICE
modern six roomed cottage situated
on Fifth street; cement basement,
modern plumbing, furnace heat,
electric lig%ts; lot 51x150; fruit
trees, large chicken house, etc. I
will sell this home away below
value, and on cosy terms, as I am
leaving city. Apply 527 Fifth street.
Phone L 841.
FOR   SALE���FOR    STOVE    WOOD
Phone P 1140.
FOR SALE���EIGHT LOTS, ABOUT
1% acres with 686 foot road frontage, splendid location, close to new
school and tram. Owner, P. O.
Box 977, New Westminster.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH-
teen fruit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 foot
lane; water and light; $1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner, on lot 28 Eighth
avenue, East Burnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, one and
one-half blocks from car.
FOR   SALE���A   BELL   PIANO,   AL-
most new.   408 Fifth street.
POR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
���street, city.
KOH SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS
coop and chickens, 21 fruit trees
full bearing; lot 5, 50x132 feet, garden and vegetables; Ninth avenue.
Burnaby, between Second and
Fourth streets. Price $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
POR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per w��ek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
TO RENT.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED, ONE
large double bedroom suitable for
two gentlemen or ladies, and one
smaller room; heme comforts. 321
Tenth street.
TO RENT���PARTLY FURNISHED
house close to Central school. Apply to 224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���ROOMS OR ROOMS AND
board.    815 Agnes street.
TO RENT���TWO FURNISHED BED
rooms.    Apply 4",7 Eighth Btreet.
TO RENT���TWO LARGE FRONT
rooms in Hardman block, overlooking the Fraser river, suitable for
light housekeeping, offices or work
rooms. Apply Westminster Daily
News.
TO    RENT  ���  TWO     FURNISHED
rooms, 407 Royal avenue.
FOR RENT���NEWLY FURNISHED
eight roomed modern house. Will
give lease. Apply 415 Twelfth
street between 1 and 3 p.m.
TO RENT���A SUITE OF NICELY
furnished housekeeping rooms, 37
Agnes street, phone L 638.
FOR       RENT   ���   HOUSEKEEPINC
Rooms.  828  Poval   Avenue.
FOR RENT���LARGE, AIRY, WHLL
lighted room, 30x30 feet. In Hard-
man block, suitable fer efflce er
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three reem apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Dally News.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOU9B
keeping rooms, hot and cold water
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythlar
hall, corner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reason
able.    720 Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Hox 765 City.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or llghl
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventb
street.
WHOLE WORLD WAITS
DISCOVERY OF ARTIFICIAL RUB-
BER AROUSES EXCITEMENT.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Evclusive sale of 9 lots, 52x164
���'th 20 fn/at tine 'n th. wir. nr
N'ewcome Road and Thirteenth Ave.,
East Burnaby. Price $550; $50 down
balance $15 per month.
Four and a half acrei In Surrey
10 miles from New Westminster anr
1 mile from Sullivan station, B.C.E.R
Price $900; $100 down and balance
$10 per month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth Street.
Fall Suits
for Ladies and Men
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lorne  Street,   New  Westminster.
Announcement of Manchecter Profes-
ser That He Has Succeeded In
Making a Perfect Substitute at One-
Quarter the Present Cost ��� World
Now Uses $200,000,000 Worth ol
Gutta Percha a Year.
What promises to be one of the most
important chemical disco\ erics of the
age is the process for making artificial
rubber, by Prof. Perkin, of Manchester University. It is claimed that by
the Perkin method rubber can be
manufactured at one-quarter of the
present cost. Since the world consumes some $200,000,000 worth of rubber a year, the saving is a great one.
It will be felt most in the automobile
industry, where the tire expense remains the moat serious financial problem to be solved, but so many are the
uses ol rubber that it is safe to say
that if the artificial rubber fulfils the
claims made for it there will not be a
man, woman or child in the country
who will not reap some ot the benefit.
The collection of crude rubber on
the Congo and the Amazon has been
one of the blackest pa^es of commerce,
and humanitarians everywhere will lie
glad to believe that instead of gathering rubber thousands of miles from
civilization it is likely to be manufactured in future in places like Manchester, under similar condition of labor to those that obtain in the textile
industry.
When the popularity of tlie licycle
doubled the previous demand for rubber tlie attention of commercial
scientists was directed toward the
production of artificial rubber, ami
half a dozen times in th? past fifteen
nr twenty years it has been announced
thai, a substitute for the sap of the
rubber tree has been found. The de-
manil for automobile tires csused the
scientists to redouble their efforts, und
two ur three preparations were placed
on the market wliich were said to have
all the qualities of rubber. As a mst
ter of fact, all these announcements
end il in disappointment.
Artificial rubber has been made before now, but at a cost far greater
than the natural ; r-~ luet. and the substitute materials that hn\e lieen put
forward were found to be almost
worthless niter u short trial. Nevertheless, the scientists were not di--
couraged, lut kept experimenting,
nnd at last tlie Gtrman Profe-ror C'trl
Barries was rewarded by his investigations of isopreno, an elu.-ive substance tliat in obtained by tho decomposition of natural rubber under ex
trenie  heat.
This essertce of rubber the professor endeavored to obtain artili ially.
After a long series .<>f experiments he
Was successful in making isopreno
from oil nf turpentine. Shortly after,
ward hc found a method of tuniins;
this isoprene into rubber, snd it is to
this German that credit must be given
tor having manufactured tlie tir.-t artificial rubber. Unfortunately, the
process that was neoesaar;' lo transform tlie isoprene into rubber was si
elaborate and costly Liat tlie discovery had little commercial value,
and in 1910 Herries came to a standstill, for he could find no way of
cheapening any of his processes.
It was at this time that a itroup of
Bngllsh chemists eame to the front.
Ihey had concentrated tlieir effort-,
not upon finding a cheap method oj
turning isoprene into rubber, but a
ehenp method of manufacturing isoprene, and tliey were rewarded, fui after some brilliant research ti ey discovered that isoprene could be manufactured from fusel oil, a hea j and
acrid nil that occurs in tlie later stiues
ol the distillation of alcoholic spir.ts.
To produce cheap rubber it :t��* re*
cessary to produce cheap fusel oil and
cheap alcohol. Otlier investigator-,
spurred on by the demand for alcohol
as a motive power, had been working
simultaneously to discover a dies;
method ot producing alcohol, and ll
was found tnat alcohol could be mnd
cheaply from vegetables of many
kinds such as potatoes, b;et* and other starch-producing substances.
It was about six montha ago tha1
Prof. Perkin and Prof. Fernbach, a
French scientist, hsd advanced far
enough to take out their patents for
the manufacture of cheap rubber
Three months later their Get man rivals had reached the same goal, but
when they applied for their patents
they found tliat tliey had been fore-
uta.led. It was a great race, with
honors equally divided, for had it mil
been for the preliminary work done
by Harries it is doubtful if Perrfin and
Fern bach would have succeed d.
It is said that automobile tin s mad
of artificial ruhl>er have been in us,
('���r several months, and have proved
th mselves to b I in no respect inferior
to tliose made of natural rubber, lhe
artificial product can be obtained foi
about a shilling a pound, as com; arc.I
with the four shillings that nalura
rubber is worth, and there is hope ol
.-.till further reduction* in price.
Tiie cheap method of producing al
cohol Is likely to improve the automobile industry in two ways, first, by
thc manufacture of cheap rubber, and
second, as a means of motive power,
tor recent investigations in tlie United
states show tliat in a special engine
alcohol will give more power than gas-
oline, and it is not explosive nor so
dangerously inflammable as petrol.
To produce the alcohol in quantitie.-
to meet the new demand it seems likely that millions of acres of land now
uncultivated will be turned to account
and it is expected that British agricul
ture, as well as Hritish manufactures
will receive a great impetus through
the discoveries of the Manchester
scientist.
Judicial Torture.
Torture  was abolished  in  Scotland
in 1690, fifty years later than in England.
Cheap Sheep.
Sheep could  be  purchased in  England   for   fouriiencc    apiece   in   the
twelfth century.
WHI VIS CF Ai ARTIST.
Turner's Red Vafer Sotting Sun ano
Finger Print Landscape.,
Turner not only took stnirge lib-
ert.es with the topography and arehi-
tr.t'.ure of the landscapes he painted,
but showed his eccentric genius in the
materials he employed. Some master
ly effects he obtained in wtya which,
although amusing, were questionable,
and must, some hold, in time impair
the value of his work.
On one occasion ne clapped in a
setting sun by means of a common
red wafer, and finding i4 looked as he
desired, left it ther; and painted up
to it. Again, wisni :g to secure the
contrast of some .ivmated figure upon a terrace in silhouette asrainst a
golden sky just put in, he cut nut a
barking aog in bla'.'K paper and applied it by' way Ol experiment. It
proved successful, and the paper dog
was not afterward removed or replaced.
Still more extraordinary is the story
told of Turner's invitation to throe
children to collaborate with him. The
artist was staying at the house of a
friend at Knockhnlt and had brought
with him a fine drawing, of which the
distance was already carefully outlined, but the foreground of which remained blank.
One morning, instead nf resuming
work himself upon this drawing, he
called in his host's children and, rubbing in three separate saucers three
cakes of paint, red, blue and yellow,
gave one to each child, telling them
to dabble tlieir fingers in the bright
colors and then amuse themselves by
making prints and marks upon hia
unfinished picture. Of course they accepted the unexpected invitation with
glee, and presently "he was gravely
looking on while thirty smeary fingertips did their very best to convert his
sketch  into a crazy  rainbow.
Suddenly, in the midst of the frolic, he cried out, "Stop!" They stopped, and he took back the drawing,
added imaginary landscape forms suggested by the accidental coloring, and
Tapidly completed a striking and beautiful whole.
Shortly afterward at dessert one
day. Turner amused himself by arranging some varicolored sugar plums
upon his plate. When suddenly disturbed and the pattern scattered he
cried out in vexation:
"There! You have made me lose
50 guineas!"
He had been evolving a color
scheme in candy for his next landscape.
Heir to 115,000,000.
There is in the British Chancery
Court an estate which has now
reached the figure of $15,000,000. It
lies there, unclaimed, in the name of
Walters, un Exeter family whose heir
hns been duly advertised for without
avail.
It is now known, almost to a certainty, that this same heir has just
died at Point Chevalier, Auckland,
New Zealand, that he knew he was
thc heir, and thut he refused to claim
the money.
His death took place suddenly, nnd
it wns at the necessary inqurs't that
the facts came to the knowledge of
the public. ��
Richard Walters was an old-ag.>
pensioner, and was employed by a
Mr. Mayson as gardener. He had
shown his employer documents which,
the latter considered, afforded quitp
conclusive proof that he was the heir
to the family estate of Walters.
The reason he gave for refusing to
take any steps to secure thp million?
was that it was too much trouble, as
he was becoming an old man.
An Art Critic.
'What do you think el our new otl
painting?" asked Mrs. Nswrich
"WelL" answered Mr Newrich. "h
seems good enough fron. the front, M,t
U you turn It round and look st the
other side I must say lbe material
seems kind o' cheap."
Good Bashing.
BlfCT-l wonder It inte* baa me-b
money behind mm! H*mt**-H* nas
th* other day when I saw mm. He
wm iMBtog against tbe Bank ot Mng-
laad^-Loadoa Jlt-Blf.	
CITY    OF    NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Tenders  for  Dredge.
Sealed tenders will be received by
V tj. t'uwotl, narbur bugiueej  iur tu.
31ty  of  New   Westminster.  B.  0.,  a
'tis office in room 22, 26 Lorne streel
intil   12   o'cloc t   noon, cf   Tueida
let. S, 1912. for a ladder Artdce hav
ng a cauaclty of 250 cubic yards pe
!iour and e ':avating to a depth of 2
���'eet.    Further particulars upon appi
:ation.
COIPO" AT ON    OF   B'JRNAOY.
Engineering   Department���Notice     tc
Clearing Contractors.
Tenders endorsed "clearing" wll'
be received by the undersigned nol
later than 12 noon on Monday, 80th
September, for clearing and grubb'n?
3'/a acres of the Johnston Hoad
through  D, It. 120.
Specifications and particulars mav
be u*d at 'lie Engineer's office, Ed
monds. B. C.
Tenders will not be considered un
less made out on the form supplied
and Contractors must state in the
Tender the lump sum for which they
aro  prennrcd   to  Ho  the  whole wnrk.
The Council will not be bound tc
accept the lowest or anv Tender.
WILLIAM  GRIFFITHS.
Comptroller.
Edmonds. B. C. 24th Sept., 1912.
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work Guaranteed.
641 Front Street.     N'-<- City Market
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SIXTH STREET  (FRONT TO COLUMBIA STREET) IMPROVEMENTS.
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited   ln   whicb
assessment Ib mnrta nn  iwr fnr,* tmrat* \
     ������ ~.,.����0     au.3    ivai     (J1UJJCUJ     iu
tne assessment is made on per foot front:
Name of Owner.
Cotton-Fox, J. S.
McBain, William .
Pearson's Ltd	
Re-sub.
.. N. %
��� 8. Vi
Sub.
1
1
11
Lot.
C.6
C.6
C.6
Feet
Front. /
66
66
132
Annual
Payment.
I 66.02
66.02
132.03
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properties in the schedule at. ove mentioned the sums of money set
opposite each lot for thirty years, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made
will be held on Friday, the 18th day of October, 1912, commencing at 10
o clock In the forenoon, at the Council Chamber, City Hall. New Westminster. British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended
assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at
least eight days prior to Bald Court of Revision.
n,.    ��� ���   c . w- A- DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall,  September 26th,  1912,
Date of first publication September 26th, 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Mckenzie street (front to Columbia street) improvements
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited and the proportion In which the assessment ls made.
Name of Owner.
Mathers, W. J��� et al
Mathers, W. J., et al
Lot.
7
8
Block.
C.5
C.5
Feet
Front.
132
132
Annual
Payment.
f 66.00
66.09
xt ..     ,   *.     t      , 264 $132.00
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing
���.he properties In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money set
opposite each lot for thirty years, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made wlll
be held on Friday, the 18th day of October, 1912. commencing at 10 o'clock
n tho forenoon, at the Council Chamber. In the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notlcj of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
sight days prior to Buch Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, Cih- Clerk.
City Hall, September 26th, 1912.
Date of first publication, September 2Cth, 1912.
Provincial Exhibition
New Westminster
OCTOBER 1st, 2nd, 3rd 4th and 5th, 1912.
Special Excursion Rates
From Chilliwack and all points on the Fraser
Valley Eranch to New Westminster. In addition to regular service SPECIAL TRAIN
will leave Chilliwack daily during Eyhibltion Week at 8 a.m. for
Now Westminster, stopping at the following stations only: Sardis,
Huntingdon, Abbotsford, Clayb rn, Mt. Lehman, Jackman, Jardine,
1 angley Pralrle, Cloverdale, McLellan, Kennedy, South Westminster.
On return trip will leave New Westminster at ll) p.m., making stopi
at all stations,'arriving at Chill wack 12:30 p.m.
BRITi: H CCLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
W. R. GILLEY, Phene 122.
Q. E. GILLCY, Phone 20'
Phones, Office 18 and \S.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST. i
Whole?ale and Retail Coalers fn Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRES8ED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
E. H. BDCKUN, N. BEARDSLEE,      W. F. H. BUCKLIN,    '
Prat, and GanL Mgr.      Vlca-Praaldaat 8m. and Trtaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FlR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phonea No. 7 and 877.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  FOR  MOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
 No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions.
Now is the time to build for sal: or rent while prices are low
Victoria and return $2.70
Account:  Provincial Exhibition.
Leave Vancouver Sept. 24th.
Leave Victoria Sept. 26th or 30th.
8.3. "PRINCE GEORGE"
to Prince Rupert and Stewart,
Mondays   midnight,  connecting
for Maaaett.
Grand  5 days' cruise, $48.00,
Including meals and berth.
8.S. "PRINCE RUPERT" ,
to Prince Rupert, Thursdays,
midnight, connecting (or Grin-
by Bay and Queen Charlotte
Island points.
i i    i     i     ���    i ..-..- ���    . ...T . . ��� ���-
To VICTORIA and SEATTLE,  Saturdays and Tuesdays, midnight.
month
;*���
Vl
*r\
8.8. Prince Albert" leaves 3rd, 13th   and 23rd   ot   each   month   tot
Prince Rupe-t and way ports.  .������
Grand Trunk Pacific tralnB   connect   with   above   steamers   tot.
Sealy CroBBlng, thence stage one mlle to Hazelton.  ;
Special round trip excursion fares  to  the  East via  Grand  Trunk
system, varlablo and optional routes via the Great Lakes and Niagara
Falls.  .
 General   Agency  Transatlantic Steamship Lines. _.
H. G. SMITH, 0   P. & T. A. W. E. DUPEROW. G. A. P. U   , j
Phone  Seymour 7100.      VANCOUVER. B.C.     627 Granville Stre**      ' --*��������� "��� **,'..**.*������ HMD ..
*^m
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER CO, 1912.
 I	
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THR EH
roun5"the mess table
BY  THE   MARTIAN.
Colonel Sam Hughes must be estiio-
llshing quite h reputation fcr hhnaelt
as an amateur soldier in the Old
Country, after discovering the astounding fact that the British army is
good, and making it known to tha
public in general, one would have imagined our gallant Minister of Militia
and Defence would have been contend
to rest on his laurels, but not so. According to the dally papers h's laat effort of imagination ruthlessly dishes
to the ground the opinions advanced
by those who heretofore had been regarded as military experts. He ts
'credited with bavins announced conclusively that aeroplane3 and airshlp3
are of no practical use for tha purposes of scouting as it is just as easy
to climb a mountain or church steeple
in order to obtain the required range
of vision. It is understood that in deference to this expert and experienced
opinion, the war office are inviting
tenders for motor tractors capable of
hauling a mountain of the necessary
dimensions and for a portable, detachable church, the parts of which,
may be hastily assembled in the required locality. The government of
British Columbia ia endeavoring to
secure the contract for the supply of
mountains,
Even at the risk of editorial censure and a summary application of
the blue pencil I must again Btate
most emphatically that, with the
training season rapidly approaching
us again, it Is high time that steps
were taken to Improve the standing of
our local regiment. New Westminster has always, heretofore, been the
proud possessor of a militia unit that
was a credit to her and the equal of
any In the Dominion. In fact at one
time she led the way in gunnery.
That we can only muster some two
dozen of indifferently clad infantrymen now is sure evidence of aome
verv rapid back-alldlng. There is
nothing wrong with those men who
are turning out to drill and working
hard to establish a regiment once
more, but on the contrary, every credit Is due to them for playing tho
game and soldiering under conditions
which will not attract other men.
They are certainly true patriots and
deserving of every help and encour
agemeut. Tha question that mu,:;
naturally present Itself to everyone
is "why, when everything gce3 to
show that matters are drifting fror.i
"bad to worse, do not the authorities
ascertain what is wrong and put it
right ?" A town the size cf Chilliwack can produce twice as many men
for a Royal Guard cf Honor as can be
got together here, in spite cf the fie*
that her authorized establishment is
less than half, which Is wrong, of
course, a*d there must be a reason. It
seems self-evident that those who are
working hard to create an efficient
unit here once more are severely handicapped b.v a want of Interest on thc
part cf headquarters, and It is time
that strong representations were
made ln order that the 104th Regiment may receive treatment that i3
the equal of that accorded to the militia In other c'ties. An axiom that
should be horne in mind is that the
authorities will willingly help thosa
who give them no peac? until their requests are granted.
The autumn manoeuvres in England
are said to hava been brcught  to an
unforseen conclusion by the sjilend'd
scouting  work effected  bv  the aerial
corps cf both sides.    All hidden nos'-
tions were exposed and subjected to
such a heavy artillerv fire that the positions occupied by both armies we're ',
found   to   be    absolutely    untenable,
theoretically.    In wars of the  ruture ;
it ia evident that the work performed
In  the -iii  bv  the independent  cavalry will fall to the lot of the a'r+nen. I
Their duty will be to seek out and d��-'
stroy the aerial scouts and units   of
the enemy before any fighting on ter-!
ra flrma can rosslblv take place.   Atrl
the present rate of progress there w'll'
be,   before   long, such   improvement* I
mad"   in   the   construction   of flying
machines and aerial guns   that   th��v
will without   any doubt   have   to b=
reckoned with as a very important offensive factor as well as for themir-
poses of intelligence.   The probabll'tv
It thnt before many years are passed,
the elements of land, sea and sky wlll
each own    their   own    servicea   tv
equal Importance.      One can   hard!"
Imagine the Joys of fighting at an altitude of several thousand feet without anything soft to fall upon.
Competition ii undOLbadly tho finest thing   &a earth, and    since   the
Sixth    Duke    of    Connaught's    Own
Rifles have Had   the   Highlanders   to
, pull against, they   have   undoubtedly
! improved  in a very marked degrees.
I In the recent celebrations in Vancou-
I ver, in spite of their sombre garb, I
I thought the  riflemen compared   very
! favorably with their more splendidly
clad comrades.   As a matter of fact I
think  there  is one   thing. a3 fir   as
I appearances go. that ju3t spolU the
72nd and glve3 them a lock of the unreal.    One always pictures Highlanders with   tanned  and   weather-beaten
knees   but   Vancouver's   kilties'   extremities are   ju3t   about   the   same
���ior as the!r gaiters.    To return to
the Sixth,   however, very    many old
members of which are resident in this
c'ty, It is pleasing to note that   they
have Improved In such a marked degree. Thfelr shooting record, of course,
needs no comment and as a matter of
fact, I used to think the regiment existed for nothing else, and I was very
agreeably  surprised  Indeed,  that   at
the parade at   Brockton   Point   they
were almost at full strength   and  as
far as their marching  and evolutions
were concerned, could give points  to
any other unit present.
BIG PROGRAMME FOR
BEST IN THE WEST
Every Day During Exhibition Replete
with Instructive and Amusing
Features.
The following is a complete list of
the events scheduled to take placc-
during the exhibition whicii opens to
morrow:
Tuesday, October 1���Opening Day.
19:00 A. M.���Band concert on Columbia street.
2:00 P. M ��� Buildings and grounds
opened to the public bv Mr. T. J.
Tranp( president R. A. & I. Society.
(Informal).
2:15 P. M.���Free attractions in front
of grandstand; Leltoy and Paul
comedy bar acrobats; Isiiikiw;-
Japs, four clever performers from
the land of the Mikado; Rex Com,
cly Circus, a great laughing act:
the Indanias Trrmpe gymnasts and
aerialists; the five Ean Ind'an ele
phints, a great exhibition of brute
education.
2:30 P. M.���Da'ry demoisfration by
Mlss Girard In Daify Building.
3.00 P. M.- -World's championship
lacrosse game. New Westminster
Minto Cup helders. vs. Cornwall
c'lampions cf National Lacrcssc
Union.
2:00 P. M.���Band cencert at end c,"
oval,
7:00 P.M.���Grand Illumination o'
buildings Free shows on Sockeye
Run.
7:30 P.
M.
Band  concert  by Rush-
ton's city band In Industrial Build
lng.
7:30   P.  M.���Concert    by    Mackness'
r��--.!ic^tra In Agr'cultural   Building,
8:00   P.   M ��� Dedication  and formal
orc^ng cf new Horse Show Building by the Hon. Price Ellison, Minister of Finance and Agriculture.
8:15   P.    M.���Second    annual   horse
show In Horse Show Building.   See
horse show program.
10:00    P.   M.���Exhibition    buildings
closed.
Wednesday. October 2���Scottish Da".
11:50 A.  M.���Buildings   and   ground;
open.
10   in A, M.���Band concert on Columbia street.
10:00 A. M.��� \pple packing competition. Agricultural Building,
l.on p. vi.���Free attractions In front
Of Grandstand.
2-"'l P. M.���Stock parade.
2.00 P.  M.���Scottish 8port3 on oval
in front of grandstand.
2 00 P. M���Concert by Scotch Pipers band.
2r!W P. M.r-Dairv demonstration by
Miss Girard fn JJairy Building.
3:00 P. M.���Track and field meet for
amateur   championship   of   British
Columbia.   Under auspices of B. C.
A. A. U.
3-no P. M.���Tug of war:  Coquitlam
Lake vs. Moose Athletic Club.
7:00 P. M���Grand  illtmination and
electrical display.    Free shows on
The formation of the new Fusilier      Sockeye Run.
Regiment   In Victoria   Ib   proceeding |7:30 P.  M.���Concerts   In   Industrial
apace   bp'' tl-f-e   is everv iMrr! hocAW and Agricultural buildings by Rush'
that tho Island will saon possess s"      ton's city band and Mackness'   full
Infpntry battalion as good as any In      orchestra.
B, C. I  8:00 P. M.���Horse   show   ln   Horse
���'������mar ^Sf/pi I
���������*���� Hill
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The Range is the Soul of the Kitchen
The modern housewife knows the important
part the range plays in the household economy. She
knows how vitally important it is to eliminate from
the kitchen all possible work, worry and waste.
And the range ia the soul of the kitchen. Its
influence is felt every day and all day by the entire
family.
The Gurney-Oxford Range is a strong advocate
of modern household economy. Not only does it
cook and bake without disappointment or failure,
but it is a positive influence for economy. It burns
less coal���it requires less attention���it conserves
time.
Modern woman demands in her work modern
time and labor saving ideas, and modern woman is
right. The Gurney-Oxford Range is the fruit of
constant effort, research and experiment to make
and keep abreast of modern iJea3 of efficiency. The
Gurney-Economizer (which 13 licensed for use only
on the Gurney-Oxford range) for regulating the
drafts by one action: the Gurney method of distributing heat to all sides and corners of the oven:
the improved Gurney grates, combine to make the
Gurney-Oxford range the standard of efficiency and
the foremost exponent of modern household
economy.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Show Building.   See program.
8; 15 P. M.���Scottish concert at the
Westminster Opera House.
10:00    P.    M���Exhibition     buildings
closed.  \
Thuraday, October 3���Vancouver and
American   Day.
7:30 A. M.���Grounds  and   buildings
open to public.
10.uO A. M.���Band concert on Colum
bia street. ���
10:00 A. M.���Apple competition in Ag-
r cultural Building.
1:30 P. M.���Free attractions in front
of Grandstand.
2:30 P. M.���Official and formal open
lng cf exhibition by H. R. H. Th��
Duke cf Connaught, Governor-General of Canada.
2:45 P. M.���Stock parade and review
from royal stand by H. R. H. Thc
Duke of Connaught. the Duches3 o!
Connaught, the Princess Patricia
and party.
8:00 P. M.���Dairy demonstration li
Dairy Building by Miss Girard.
3: iO P. M.���Inspection and tour of
exhibition buildings by royal party.
3:30 P. M.���Baseball on oval. West
minster vs. Bellingham Elks.
3:30 P. M.���Band concert at end of
oval by 72nd Seaforth Highlanders'
band, by kind permission of Lleut.-
Col. R. G. Edwards Leckle and of
fleers.
7:00 P. M.���Grand electrical display.
Free shows on Sockeye Run.
7:30 P. M.���Band concerts ln Indus-
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SCENE FROM "THE OLD HOMESTEAD" AT .THE OPERA HOUSE MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENWOSm
trial and Agricultural buildings by
Rushton's city band and 72nd Seaforth Highlanders' band.
8:00 P. M.���Horse show In Horse
Show Building. See program.
10:00 P. M��� Exhibition buildings
closed.
Friday,   October   A���Children's    Day.
7:30 A.  M.���Buildings and   ground*
open to the public.
9:W) A. M.���Children's sports on oval
in front of grandstand.
10:00 A. M���Band concert on Colum
bia street        '
10:CO A. M��� Stock judging competition ln judging ring
Auto   parade,'  Columbia    street    to
Queen's Park.
J: 00 P. M.*-Children's sports on oral
in front of grandstand.
1:30 P. M.���Free atractlons In front
of grandstand.
2:30 P. M.���Band concert at end of
oval. ���
2:30 P. M.���Dairy demonstration by
Mlss Girard in Dairy Building.
3:00 P. M.���Football game:   Coquitlam Juniors vs.   New  Westminster
Juniors.
7:00 P. M.���Grand illumination. Fre��
shofs on Sockeye Run.
7:30   P.   M.���Decorated   automobile
parade   and   carnival   on   Soekey?
Run.
7:30 P. M.���Concerts   ln   Industrial
and Agricultural buildings.
8:00 P. M.���Horse   show   ln Horse
Show Building. - See program.
8:00 P.M.���Meeting of the R. A. &
I. Society ln council  chambers  at
Cltv Hall.   Appointment of revising
committees   to   report   at   annual
meeting In January, and   receiving
of suggestions for Improvement nf
prize Hot and exhibition generally.
All exhibitors are urged to be present at thle meeting.
10:00   P.   M���Exhibition     buildings
closed.
11:00 P. fll.���-Grounds closed to pub-
l'c. .
Saturday,   October   5���Closing   Osy.
7:30 A. M.���Bu'Idlngjs  and  grounds
opened to publlc.
10:00 A. M ��� Band concert on Colum-
Va street. ,   *
1:00   P.   ty-r-Free   attractions    In
front of grandstand.
2:oo P.,M,���Stock parade. *
2:20 P. M. Band concert  at end.of
o.vsl  ,���.
t: 80 'P. i;.;M^-DWry.' d&nbhstrtitlon/ in
^''n-^-mPrW MipVffiriird.  :
4:00  P., l*-^W;oaTs ..'chhmplonahlp
"���]? cv*s��e $ ws ^ofcfljfou*. cjfjf. Jfeiw 1
Westminster vs. Cornwall. .       JM'
7:00 P. M ��� Grand electrical lllunjfn-
ption.,     Free   shows, on   Sockeye
Run.     '*'-n    ������:���������. ���"*:.'':    T\ :
7:80 P. M,���Band ooncerts in Infds-
trial and Agricultural buildings'
8 oo P. M���Ho*se' bTjow  in   Hqjsa
Show Building.   See program.   >,
10:00   P.   M.���Exhibition    building*
closed.       - i.     .*���*���
11:00 P. M.���Exhibition closes  Mne
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NiOKDAY."'SEPTEMBER'30, 1912.
IPfAg. AND FAME. .
Some meft*ilve Ideas whicli if carried out will undoubtedly work for the
betterment of their fellow men, but,
while the Idea may have originated
from a single brain, a whole army of
���willing and enthusiastic workers Is
needed before a reasonable measure
of success BfAy be attained.
Happy Is the city . that numbers
among {her^ppje men of Ideas, of
faith to carry'tliem through, of ability to enlist others In the cause for
which they are fighting. We feel
that thq:tame;;is opportune to mention that New Westminster is in th'
respect-peculiarly blessed in at least
tvo undertakings which bid fair not
only td'bflttg honor to tho originators
of these ideas, and the men who are
carrying theiJ' through, but also to rewound to the credit of the city as a
whole, not to .Invention the purely commercial advantage of the publicity to
be attaihed by their success.
In the fact that this city js the only
Canadian port upon the Pacific that
lias prepared for a comprehensive
scheme cf harbor development, and
that it bids fair to be the only port
capable, of handling the wheat stream
.from the prairies aud of providing for
the r.xtensive shipping demands consequent upon the trade via the Panama, riew Westminster occupies an
enviable po3it:cn. Tho id'Ja was bcrn,
it lias been VoWtcd for, the over
whelming njajority of the cit;zen3 ar
solidly determined on seeing theii
dreams re.alii.Qd, succes3 awa!t3.
Turning.to a different sphere, th;
idea of changing the calendar  of thc
whole world emanated from a dist'n
jgnttlM feSnfieman living in this city
Ills   scheme, is, fairly   well   known
amongst us, aud it also has demand
cd a large ejjpenditure of time, work
aad,money before the advanced stage
at Whicli it fiV* stands   could   have
been reached.    From the deliberations
cf the International Chambers of Com
xnerce in Boston last week as well as
from Hre|iouaiuutnlinous acceptations
of the sMeftre ' by   the   governments
and learned .bodies   cf   the   world, it
would   seem   tliat  success  ultimately
awaits     international    Almanak    re
form.   There-may be some cf ua w!u
*Ao not r^yxe.t.he full import cf thit
coming change, affecting   as   it does
every 'fafSan''1>sing  upon   the whol.
globe, but'lt-is almost   certain   that
linked"vffflfTfi^''1iame  of  the Roman
���emperor, to whom we owe our pres
'��wt system of reckoning time, will go
rdown through the ages, the name  oi
a citizen Af New Westminster.
Below will  Be found   an   editorial
'"from a Vancouver contemporary.     It
refer^t^jkjnaUijx leas comprehensive
, in Us*sc<mb man either of the great
. wori*>j��,fi|lave jfcgyChed upon. It is no*
an crfgiiitt ideti dn' the'part of any
Wcstfaln||f^^n. , Ita    distinguish
ed   originator    in    England    hlihs'elt
i states that-these -who have   carried
I out the movement have done more for
it than tyfe didjlji suggesting and starting It,   Il affect3 a certain section of
the <J'oimimunTf^";oMy. but In rendering
it support and in niaUing  its object3
widely   known each   oue  cf us   may
help in the   spread  cf an   institution
that is cf national import and which
has already';" brought a certain   measure of fa'bl^uion the cily wllich gave
-Vhe Oversea Dominions of
13 every reason to suppose will spread
tferough Canada, ls Its extreme simplicity. There is as little red tape
connected with it as possible. The
movement means that a roll of names
and addresses will be kept at the city
hall "so that in time of dire national
peril the members of the reserve might
be invited.to lend their aid." By the
militia law of Canada every able-bodied man between 18 and 60 years old
Is liable to be called upon to help to
defend his country   in time   of war.
But It Is plain that such a sum
mous to join the colors would necessarily include a very large number of
raw recruits, unacquainted with the
words cf command, and as far as
shooting goes practically unable tc
distinguish between one end of the
gun and the otlier. In time of emergency it wonld be important to the
last degree to have an up-to-date list
of, men- wt:ll .acquainted with,, military
ot' naval jJnties. In Canada there mus:
'be a laTge" tiuhiber of stlch v'eterans;
who If they have not all seen servicflf
In the field, have received a deflnlto
amount of military training.
The example of New Westminster
should be followed ln many cities, and
lt may be hoped that It may be imitat
ed In Vancouver. It does not seem
to conflict wljh any existing regula
tlons, and the approval of the Governor-General has given lt the stamp ol
official recognition.���-VdnoedVer Daily
Province.
PRAISE   FROM ONTARIO.
"The credit of Ontario in-the London money market is superior to that
of any Province in Canada, save British Columbia," declared Hon. A. J.
Matheson, Provincial Treasurer, whe
has just returned from Great Britair
afier a two months' vacation.���Toronto News.
CANADA'S      SHIPPING     GROWTH.
The people of Canada will be agreeably surprised to learn that this
country stands ninth in the tonnage
list of the worjd's maritime states, according to statistics cf the Marine
Department.
Canada grows so fa3t that the peo
pie scarcely realize the position the
country .occupies at any given time.
And each part of the country ls sc
busy doing its own particular work
tbal it seems to pay little attentior
to other parts.
Thousands cf pfeople in Carad;
never saw a 3bip or a sa'lor outside .
picture book cr paper, and to these
people it will come as a surprise tr-
learn that 41.44 r meu and bovs found
employment cn Car.adlr.ii ship3 la;',
year.
The fact that Ontario is the second
most important province acccrdlng tc
the list tf registered ships, just be
'sw Nora Scotia, would seem to show
the relative importance of navigation
in the Great Lakei compared to traf
(lc on the ocean. Ard Canadian ship
ping is bound to continue to rece'm-
r  great imrefs  from tlvs cond'tlcu.
Meanwhile, does not   Bitch   a gr'ea'
shipping asset as Canada  possesses.
ieflerve some protective naval expen- I
'I'ture.   apart    altogether    from    the I
nuestlon  cf  British   connection?���Ot- j
tawa Evening Journal. i
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MONDAY, 8BPTEMBER 30, 1912.
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AT WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE.
Denman Thompson's charming
play "The Old Homestead" will ba
seen here tonight. There are many
reasons why "The Old Homestead"
has been so successful for twenty-six
years. One of the most Important of
them is that the characters are drawn
from real life. The audience seems
to appreciate the fact that Cy Prime.
Aunt Matilda, Seth Perkins, Rickety
Ann, Eb Ganzey and dear Uncle Josh,
are real, live people and not fictions
of the author's' imagination. Denman
Thompson lived among these people
for many years before he gave Uncle
Josh to the stage.
He became Intimate with their dally
life, and he made copious notes of the
humorous and pathetic Incidents with
which New England country life Is
crowded, Aud so the thing seemed to
grow In his mind as the years went
by, until he had prepared a series of
pictures (living pictures, In the truest sense of the word) which became
in time the finished drama, and which
he aptly called "The Old Homestead,"
thereby giving to the stage one of the
few really successful pla;| ot thia
generation.
When the history of the American
drama comes to be written, no play
will occupy a more conspicuous page
in its annals than this unique creation
of the brain   of Denman   Thompson.
The play will be staged at the
Opera House tonight.
CITY THEATRE.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M,;  A. R. C. M.
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Singing, Theory, Harmony, Counterpoint
and   Musical   Form.
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The influence cf mcral suasion.
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A   NATIONAL   11ESERVE.
It is a feather in the cap of New
Westminster that the Hoyal City has
ta.ltn the lead in Canada in initiating
the firil poat cf National Reservists,
in ayinjpatliM Ji\Jth a movement which
lias been ujKen up with considerable
���cntlMiaiati|i'^li((lreat Britain. Mayor
I^ec ���fca3^pr^��?n(ed a roll book, which
ia tp be<dKpt at the city hall in tho
siistiiifjiii/. *JJtj. now contains the
names of 100 men who have completed their full service in some branch
of the naval, military or auxiliary
forces in some part of the British empire.	
The list at New Westminster Is re-
pretPnjcttvPupf the royal navy, the
Brilisft rt'gul'ir army, the Canadian
militia, iwC^Brltlsh auxiliary forces
aatt othcij? coif nlal corps. The men
ansta %evl*w*fl and inspected during
the recent visit of H. R. H. the Duke
-tot Connaught, who spoke encouraging
-wards ivlth regard to the new movement and complimented the veterans
on their qpldlerly appearance and en-
OM^gMlrT'fe'bbmmendatlon  0f y^
National Reserve    movement   which
rted and Wbich thero
The following brief article will ho
"ommended by statesmen and patriot
of every land. It has been suggested
hat it should be posted up on everj
3Choolhouse. in every counting roon
and everv factory in any country.
The article by a well-known write:
reads: "There is nothing more lm
portant than that we should take our
citizenship seriously. Same people
take is as a ioke, some as a game
some as a selilsh purpose, and som��
as a chance to help frlend3 or grin--!
axes. No man is worthy cf citizen
ship unless he regards it as a m'siioi
and uses it for the common good V
free his fellow-men frnm every L!r.d of
servitude and oppression, and make
them their own levers to raise themselves to better estate. j
Citizenship is a duty, and every
man who has a high Ideal of life, who
makes It brave and serviceable, has a!
right to be called a citizen, and no
other should be enrolled upon the roll
of honor. A citizen is a man who
honors his city and his nation by living right and doing good. Such a one j _
regards citizenship seriously. i   r"��
" The duty of citizenship is com- j
mitted to each man as a trust to be [
discharged always for the common
welfare and the higher purpose. A
ballot is to be used for the benefit of
mankind, and not for the advantage
of individuals."
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WOMEN    CAR    CONDUCTORS.
Philadelphia Is approaching one
phase of the street railway problem
from a new direction; it is experimenting with women as conductors
on Its pay-as-you-enter carB. The
proud days when the conductor of a
car occupied relatively the same posi
tion of importance that the captain
dees on an ocean liner have gone for
ever. ��� ���������* *t
Instead of his stentorian command,
to "move up in front,"; the presaur.
of incoming passengers tiew'Sutoinhti
cally and much more effectively ac
coinplishes the same result, thanks t<
tlie Ingenuity of the car builders. And
usually if be uses his brawny, arms bn
discipline a passenger, it costs the
company a lawsuit. Cooped up behind a little brass rail, no longer at
liberty to elbow his way at will up
and down a crowded car, the glory of
the old-time oonductor has departed
Where he still survives, the public is
apt to consider him not only an anachronism but a nuisance, and to
write letters to the management complaining of his manners, the size of
his boots, the condition of his uniform, or the odor of the tobacco be
smokes.
The Philadelphia Idea seems to be
that an Immaculate young person
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with a seat like that of the youn*
lady cashier in��dalry restaurants, and
beyond dispensing ticlfets, smiles .and
repartee, her   tlmo will   be her owt}.<
As an experiment, it promises to be
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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SOCCER TEAMS ARE
> EQUAUY MATCHED
Fevers   and    Hibernians   Score   One
Goal Each In First Half of
Game.
The tie game of one goal a aide
which took placo on Moody square on
Saturday afternoon between the Rovers and the Hibernians of Vancouver
only servos to Indicate that the Vancouver and District League teams are
the strongest lu years, and before the
mason Is over supporters will have
the chance of a lifetime to witness
some sterling soccer.
On point of play the Rovers should
have annexed the game. Time and
time again their forward.* worked the
81>h<re towards their opponents' goal
only to lose lt at the physcological
moment.
Carindnff made a glaring error a
Jew minutes after play waB resumed
in the second half. With only the
goal keeper to beat, he dallied trapping the ball from the wing shot Instead of slamming It through the net.
A' f( W seconds delay spoiled the result
for one of the Terminal City backs
v i.i ( :i hlm in a trice and the chance
of a lifetime had disappeared.
Taken all In all though, the maroon
players had the better of the game,
and with a little more confidence before the net, ehould equal the strength
��f the oilier positions, which is all
tlm1 one could ask for.
Lyon and McMillan worked a good
combination near the goal mouth and
nnpejyed to have a good understanding vith cach other when one or the
Other appeared to be in difficulty,
The Whs wero the first to score,
their inside left. Tomlinson, beating
Collier with a fast grounder. Tom
linson was ever dangerous in these
shots and gave Collier some hot cnes
to turn aside.
Hayes for the Hovers, managed to
���dualize in the last few minutes of
llie first half. The second half, nl
though scoreless, showed up some
classy mldfield play,, but as stated
��� above, the forward line of the Rovers
nust take more chances cf goiiiR
through Instead of dallying with the
hall. A fair slzi:d crowd was in at
tendance.
*   The teams lined up ag follows:
Re vers���Collier, goal; Lyon, McMII-
an, hacks; Bruce, Lewis. Meiklejchn
half backs; Hayes. Carinduff, Cameron. < avdzlen, Walker, forwards.
Hibernians���I'orn, goal; Wilson.
Paird, backs; W'inne, Sawyers, Hal
sfad, hnlf backs. Referee, Mr. Cavers, of Vancouver .
| the executive alone had the powers
to deal with such matters, they acting
on a ret;ommendation ficln the local
. boards.
The tollowlng officers wore elected
fosthe oeining year.   President, Dr; J
:G. Davidson,- Vancouver;- first -vice
president,    P.    O'SuIIivan,    Victoria,
[ second vice-president, Rev. A. E. Vert.
I New Westminster.; secretary-treasurer, Milton Oppenhelmer, Vancouver.
The Northwestern league schedule
was brought to a close yestordaj
when Seattle, the champions of 1012
annexed another win at the expense
of Portland, while Viciorla trimmed
Tacoma
The race has been cne cf the keen
est fought among thp minor league,
and during the last four weeks it wa?
a toss up whether Vancouver, Spo
kane or Seattle would gain the pen
nant.
Practically all the clubs made
money during the season, whicli
augurs well for that of M13, In add!
tion the brand of ball has excited the
attention cf scouts from the majen
leagues with the result that several
cf the stars were sold to the majors
tor the sum total of $20,000.
Yesterday's games were as follows-
\t Seattle��� a. H. R
Seattle 6 12    -���
Portland    '.  3    7    1
Batteries: Schneider and Wally;
Agnew and Harris.
At Tacoma��� R. H. E
Victoria   2    6    1
Tacoma     1 14   ��
Batteries:       Wilson     and     Troeh
Criger and LaLonge.
STRANGE DECISION
OE RULING BODY
C.   A.   A.   U.   Reinstates   Soccer
Player���Previous Decisions
Scarcely Consistent.
Demonstrating an Inconsistency
which has been a feature with their
decisions ln tbe past, the B. C. A. A.
U. at Its annual meeting in Vancouver on Saturday evening, reinstated a
soccer player, Mr. D. Murray, w|i#;.fc>fcpfcancc"'ver
the past two seasons has played, regit
larly with the Thistles of the Vancou
ver and District league, on the
grounds that he had played the game
with the outlaw organization through
a misunderstanding of the Canadian
amateur ruling. Murray Is classed as
one of the best soccer artists ln thc
game today, and Is now a resident ot
ths 0 ty, scoring four goals for the
Tankers against the City team at
Sapperton   park on   Saturday   after
LOOfli, '
As stated above, he was reinstated
cn account of his misunderstanding
the status of a Canadian amateur.
Wi statement Is bel'eved to be cor
reet that Thorpe, who played for the
Celtics last Beason is now a resident
e'. Coquitlam, recently anpl'.ed for re-
iiipr��n��,��,���pnt so that he could plav tor
list year'B champions of the Senior
Amateur league.
Hit request ''as turned down by
the B. C. A. A. U.
Messrs. Teed and Lamble. who last j
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��� STRIKES   AND  SPARES.        ���
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A feature of this month's bowling
wa3 the great interest which is being
taken by the beginners In match
games, of which several have been
" j played every week. At present bul
three teams compose the league, th.:
Pippins, Stopums and Popums, but
several more aro being orgauized, and
there i3 talk that the management oi
ihe Front :;treet alleys will commence
i tournament for their especial Dene
fit in tho near future.
During the week, as nn exhibition
/eature, a team from Chilliwack wlli
visit the city and play a return match
with the small ball artists. ���
Harry Pierce came back Into hi*,
own last week and annexed the high
score prize with 242. He will probabh
be included in the Royal aeptette of
the Intercity league on Wednesday
night.    ,
B. Sherman just about created an
alley record this month for the largest
number of 200 scores, having no loss
than 39 to his credit. Sherman met
with an accident early last week, and
but for this would undoubtedly have
notched a few more on his pile.
Other 200 scores were: A. B. Chamberlin, 12; J. C. Chamberlin. 12; Dill,
9; Monteith, 9; Mills, 8; Sloan, 6;
Walters, 3; H. Pierce 3; Owens' 2;
Willette. 2; Walsh 60.
The number of scores over the 24J
mark was exceptional and nre as follows: Sherman. 257, 255. 246; Walah
267, 157, 25** Monteith, 256; J. C.
Chamberlin. 246, 243; Mills, 243, and
H. Pierce, 242.
The Royals stand third In the per
eentage     column   of   the   Interctu
"eague.    They will Journey to North
on Wednesday   night   tc,
njeet the Ambitious City live.
CITY SOCCER LEAGUE
Sappertons   Down   Moose ��� Bankers
Win from City Team.
The Sapperton soccer   team   were
"asv victors over the newly formed
\Ieoie eleven on Saturday afternoon
mi Sapperton park, w'nn'ng    by   Si
Toels    to nil.    The    fraternal    team
however, showed'signs ot be'"* a f.��.
aggregation,  p"d   with  a llttl*  mor
-ractlce should h�� nhle to p-it vo   :
gord artumert later in the season.
The Cltv-Han':ers game'was rlayefl
under protest, on account of Murrav
being an alleged profess'onal. Th
result was 5-0 In favcr of the Bankers'
Murrav rtorlng no less than fou'
goals In the second half.
CEDAR COTTAGE BEAT
ROYAL CITY HIGH SCHOOI
In their first game of the season the
vear"flayed"for the Thistles, of the1 soccer team of the Roval City High
pit-," Vancouver and District league, school, last year champions of thf
recently applied tor reinstatement In-, vruneouyr and IVstrlct Alliance, met
to the amateur ranks. Lamb'e, It defeat before the 'Cedar Cottage
iiight be stat��d. only played six ��i��>ven at Buffalo park on Saturday
fames for the TMstles, afterwards go- afternoon.
Ing on   a   trip to his old home In the      Several of the   best   players   were
old country. i missing from the Royals and play was
These requests were   alao   turned; ragged all through.   The final aoore
���down was two goals to nil.
One might ask the B. C. A. A. U.     Tho following was the team of the
v.hv this favoritism T R. C. H. M.: Curtis. McKajWatson;
This Is no knock at Murray, for any Cooper, Peeney,   Allison, Wilson, W.
athlete Is out for the beat game he
can get, but It does seem strange that
a player can go through two seasons
flaying for an outlaw organisation
and be reinstated, while Lamble can
vlav only six games and hla request
lq "ot granted., Many players fall to
vnderstand tho rulings of this august
be ''7.
At the same meeting it was mentioned that the local boards h*d exceeded their authority ln suspending
and reinstating players, and, following a discussion, It waa decided  that
Wilson, Lougheed, Innls and McAllister.
The other game in the league resulted ln a win' for St. Andrew'a pVar
Cedar Cottage United hy five goals to
nu. ::.	
Senior Amateur Results.
S'xth regiment, 0;   North   Vancouver. 6. ���
-   Cedar Cottage. 2; V. A. C, 1.   ���
72nd Highlanders, 3; Spencers, ,0. fl
Coquitlam, ��; Riverview, 0.
B. tJ. B. R., ,2; Thistle* 0.
SPORTSMEN!
Your attention Is drawn to the fact  that  we have  the largest variety of shooting accessories in the city.
Sterllngworth   Dble.   Bbl.   Han-merless Shotguns, each $35.00
L.   C.   Smith   Shotguns,   each   $32 50
Parker Shotguns,  each    $5o!o0
Pump Guns, ail  makes, each   ..'.'.  ...'.'..$2s!oo
DOMINION, U.M.C. and WINCHESTER Loaded  Shells ln all loads
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TROPHY COMES BACK
TO fRASER'S BANKS
*nA Salmon Bellies are Confident of
Keeping It and Hartney
Cup Here.
l'he Minto Cup is back in the city
together with the Hartney trophy.
The famous mug was brought ovei
on Saturday morning by one cf the
executive of the Westminster La
crosae Club and has been placed ln
the window of tne T. Gifford jewelry
store, where lt is being admired b.v
ill v. ho havo the lacrosse game at
heart.
The two trophies, cne for ihe championship cf the world and the othei
for scoring tiie most goaU In the sea ,
���ion of the B. C. league, are likely to !
remain in tho city for some time to j
come, b;;t, until tiie series cf the;
Cornwall team is over, they will rest
11 tlie.r present place on Columbia
itreet. After that Ed. Hoult will
.lace thein on exhibition at the Carnegie Library for the edification ot
,'ouni; Westminster, whose stle ambition, if he has any lacrosse In h in;
should be to make the Salmon Bellies
team.
The usual ceremony of having moving pictures taken cf the world's
series will be gone through on Tues-
flay and Saturday. The R. A. & I.
Society have made arrangements with
the Pathe Film company and an operator of the latter company will be on
hand and take pictures of the teams
in action and cf the crowd. By this
means New Westminster will be advertised throughout the cont'nent aa
the Western home cf licro.sse.
All  arrangements  have  heen com-j
pleted.    .roe Lally and    his   cohorts I
are waiting for the signal.   The Sal- j
mon Bellies will go Into the fray con-1
fident of victory and the public feel
assured   that  Messrs Barr and  Godfrey, of Vancouver, will do their part
as officials of the game.
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Burnaby Hockey Team Lost.
Central Park, Sept. 29.���In a prp/!-
tice game here yesterday the 72 Highlanders hockey team defeated Burnaby by the odd goal. The game was
closely fought all through and from
the showing of Burnaby it is ev.dent
the team will be close contenders for
the championship this season.
A Versatile  Womsn.
Lady Tatton Sykes, who died in
London recently st the age ol Bfty-
eight years, onoe was the most prorai-
nei.t woman in England. 8he ;osse?a-
ed amaxing energy and versatility.
Her marriage at eighteen to Sir Tatton Sykes. a great Yorkshire magnate
and millionaire twenty-flve years her
senior, caused a profound sensation.
Site turned her hand to everything:
At one time she entertained' elite society; at another she nursed tha
wounded soldiers in South Africa,
wrote books and edited newspapers,
and at yet another time her gambling
losses caused a tremendous sensation.
In 1893 she and bet* husband were
sued by a money lender for $30,000 on
bills purporting to bS.signed by both.
The money had beep borrowed by her
to pay gambling debts, and Sir Tatton
proved tbat his signature was forged.
Several other similar cases rfvesled
thst the total amount involved was
more than' $300,000. She was indicted
for forgery, but as a husband is debarred from giving evidence against
his wife in a felony case she was discharged.
Mistaken Identity.
Sir Thomas Robinson was a tall, uncouth man. and his appearance wat
rendered still more striking by his
hunting dress, which consisted of a
tight gteen jaeket. buckskin breeches
and a postilion's cap. I!e once set ofl
in his hunting suit to pay a visit to
his sister in I'aris. He arrived at the
house while there was a large company at dinner. The servant announced M. Robinson, and in walked this remarkable figure, to the amazement of
the guests. One of them, a titled exquisite, lifted his fork three times to
his mouth and eacb time laid it down
without tasting the food. Unable at
last to restrain bis, curiosity longer,
he burst out eagerly, "Excuse me,
monsieur, are you the famous Robin*
son Crusoe so remarkable in historyf"
Royal Kindliest.
Little stories bearing upon the di*
mocratic manner and habit* of Kite
George of England come to light eveiy
now and then. The King surely overlooks no opportunity tb perform acts
of charity and kindness which endear
him to the hearts of his subjects. Dur-
ing a recent visit to Yorkshire His
Majesty reviewed 8.000 children in
Clifton Park. Recently he paid a
visit to a cripple boy, Ambrose John
Roe, whose legs wera. amputated at
the knees two years ago and who was
then presented by their Majesties
with artificial limbs.    ,
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
Monday, c^ptc.yser 33,1312;.
-.popopopopopoopopspopoeo*}
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I Wooing Cinderella |
It Wasn't a Very Hard Task
After All.
By RUTH SAWTELLE.
dpopopopopopoopopopopopopo
Scarcely    had    Dudley    forced    bis
breathless way through the thicket Iuto   each other in frantic mirth,
the little cleared space at the edKe ot   wuut  exceeding care  nnd  deliberate-
yon. T WJjipose \ "Wight." ho continued,
while his hand tnoved again ever so
haltingly toward the pocket, tben rap-
Idly awny tfivsm It, "to���to"���
"Oh, pray don't feel nny obligation
In thc matter!" was the bint, with just
a bit '��if tee in the tone.
"To avail myself of the most fortunate opportunity that ever befell an
undeserving beggar!" he finished,
laughing hilariously as he assisted her
to her feet���that ls to say, her foot
Mere words cannot approximate the
delight of that trip In tbe neighboring
(much too neighboring) camp. They
laughed   lV.e   children   and   clutched
And with
Because they act  so  gently (no
purging or griping) yet so
. thoroughly
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
it is the intention cf the Ka.biur City
Klectric Company, Limited, after one��|
month from the 25th inst. to mane application to the Registrar of Joint
Stock Companies for his approval of
the change of the Company's name
arbour City Electric Com:
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I Electric Company, Limited.
Dated the 20th   day of September,
A. D., 1912.
Director, E. J. C. SHAW,
ADAM S. JOHNSTON,
Solicitor for the Company.
*������*-  "~
from tlie Ha
pany,  Limiti
the bluff when a young voice assailed
him.
"I thought you would come before
long.    You are the prince, of courtse?"
He wheeled witb u start and stared.
Ebe sat on u Iw rock, looking straight
at him out of smiling brown eyes.
There wns a general Impression of
hrown ness.   It seemed to be a gown of
ness lt was necessary to proceed! The
most inoffensive pebble was occasion
for a wide detour, lu spite of the lamentable fact tbut It Increased the distance. And did the little unshod silken
foot so much as caress the ground lu
its wabbling career Dudley was ready
to weep In worshipful contrition. It
was almost too much Joy to discover
���ome shimmery brown stuff���or was tt ! |n the course of the hysterical con ver-
(0ld7-and a kind of aureole of fluffy | nation that this t,*b Tom Button's
light brown hair. How the deuce did a j ranch-dear old Tom that he hadn't
girl get up tbat cliff? Aboul how near- ���een since the college diljs-4nd Cin-
ly a puffing |H>rpolse bud be sounded, : derellu bin wife's guest
anyway? Pity a man couldn't keep j But. as all pleasant moments come to
track of his breath! He'd go iuto train- | uu end. so must this, us Cinderella
lng on that bill till be could take It on I drti|l|ied, tired, but still merry. Iuto a
tbe  run   without   turning  u   halr-be   , |mlr on the bungalow piazza.
"And then the prince," be said slow.
I.v. looking down upon ber with com-
I'l-llliig eyes, "caused bis heralds���no: I
lliiuk ynu know whnt tbe prince did
without my telling you "
"Ah." she <-rled. ber own eyes falling
under Ins scrutiny, "but llrst you've to
Hud the sli|*per."
"Ves. first I've to flnd the slipper.
And when It Is fouiKl I've the advantage ut knowing where dwells Cinder-
������llu���and tbat the slipper will fit."
"Which lasl is yet to be proved!"���
leasiugly
"Silly I put ll to the test?" he begged
"OU. Faintheart!" she whispered
mockingly    "Try and see."
Whereat Dudley began a most peculiar course of behavior. Going quickly
around the corner of the cabin, he
liuni|ied bis head softly several times
Ugalust the logs, gave himself a vi<>.
.cut shake and then strode through ilia
trees to the low rock In the little cleared space at the edge of the bluff Sitting down, he plunged an empty baud
Into the deep pocket and brought It out
full of a stout brown walking boot of
small dimensions.
To  bis credit  be It said  that  there
was self denunciation In bis aspect as
he sat turning It   miserably over and
over.    Oh. yes: of course he'd  h:id It
there all  the while.     Well,  hadn't  be
tried   to  let  her  have  It at  the  very
first, and didn't she keep Interrupting
till he couldn't���that Is to say. didn't
want to?   Suppose he was the biggest
cad on  record,  he'd   wager  uu  fellow
ever  had  a   better  excuse!     Hang  It!
Wbnt did she linvp to look at bim that
way   for?    How could he deliberately
hand tbe thing over and put an end to
the  happiest   tew  moments  He'd  ever
spent, or ever ex|��-cted to spend,  for j
that  matter?    I'or surely by this foolishness  hp"d dished any  prospects ot
further  ncqualntancp  aboul   as  effec-
would, by .love! Must be something
the matter wltb ber eyes. He'd never
seen���tbut ls to say. they sort of���
"You said yes. didn't you?" she Inter
rupted sweetly. "Surely you. must be
the prince."
"I beg your pardon," began Dudley,
suddenly realizing tbat sbe bad usked
a question some minutes ago aud that
nn answer was expected of hlm. "The
prince, you say? I've never been accused before, you know" And then. In
a Hash of comprehension. "Most assuredly I am the prince��� If you are the
princess." he finished triumphantly.
The brown eyes twinkled Into Ills
more dlstniitlngl.r than before.
"Oh. not at nil!" she laughed "I'm
only poor Cinderella "
"I'lnderella?" questioned Dudley,
looking ibe mystification he felt.
"Why, yes���you see"��� She hesitated.
And tben a very wonderful tblug happened. A line of rosiest pink appeared
just above the brown collar and crept
up stealthily, enveloping the tiny ear,
flashing into flame on the white brow
and hiding at lust In the light balr that
blew about her face. Dudley, fascinated, watched tts progress and forgave
the intrusion.
"Of course it's very simple, only disgracefully stupid of me. And"���sitting up straight and suddenly becoming very brave���"I'm not ln tbe least
afraid to tell you."
Dudley mumbled suitable assurances,
.while the girl moved uneasily on ber
rocky throne nnd continued to look
brave.
"I Just���I only���the flower was way
over the edge of the bluff, und���I held
on to a branch aud leaned dowu���and���
my heel got wedged by a stone���and"���
There wns a tentative shifting of fhe
sblmmery skirts, then a hasty motion
of withdrawal beneath ihem. "And 1 ���
I���lost tlle mate to that!" she finished,
with desperate courage, thrusting into
MR. WM. LAWRENCE
Tn "The Old Homestead" at the opera
house Monday und Tuesday evenings.
Right the other foot. Incased lu a stout j th.,,|V lls f<mM)\e.    well, mivhow. this
little brown walking boot | ���..,��� t���rture.  raI(S|lt  (ls  ���..,M  hlive the
Two furious blushes were In full operation by this time.
Dudley gazed fixedly at the small
trim boot "Vou say the one you lost
was Jus! like this?" he questioned, with
great solemnity,
"Oh, no; it belonged to thp left foot,
you know," she responded, with cor
responding earnestness.
And then came tbe welcome relief ot
laughter, under the relaxing Influence
of which Dudley sunk upon the edge
of the rock.
"1  only   meant   to suggest."  tie  nn- |
nounced  fervently,  "iny  unbelief that
there could  be another like it  in  the
world "
"Hravo. bravo!" she applauded gay
ly. "That Is pretty enough to savor ot
much practice In such speaking."
Dudley's ardent expression was replaced by one of due submission to rebuke
"It Is meet." he said ns bis hand
sought a capacious coat pockpt and dis
appeared therein, "that ihe downtrodden should arise to do thep service
1'erhi.ps I un aid you belter than you
know."
"I'm sure you can." she Interposet
hastily. "Hut let me tell my plan tlrst
I couldn't let you go to tind It nini
leave me helpless and alone again"
"Of course not." Dudley's face ns
Sinned a thoughtful expression, ami bis
hand slowly left the Mg t��icket. "I-
n-hardly suppose yon could borrow
nilue."
Again her bright laughter rang out
"Oh. Mattery, where Is I by st'ng?" shu
cried gaspingly *Aiid Dudley, looking
ruefully from his own generous boot
to ihe adorable mnteless one, realized
thnt ome more hp'd "put Ills foot In It."
"Forgiven." slip declared ln n moment, "becnuse of the pretty one you
said first. And so. to go back to oil:'
muttons, I see onl.v one wny And yet
of course. It's such a little distance���
the camp's Just back In the trees theiM
��� I could Imp on one foot. I suppose."
She paused mischievously for thi
mere pleasure of regarding his look o."
frank disappointment! also to observo
whether It occurred to him to wonder
why. with friends so near, she had nor
called for help.
"Rut I should be sure." she relente6.
"to lose my bnlnncp and let lhe wron/
foot down." Dudley brightened perceptibly. "And It's very stony nnd i \
know would hurt dreadfully. So afte,"
nil tliere Is Just lhe one wny. ns I said."
She tilted the lonely boot back nml
forth on Its heel nnd regarded It pen
slvely.     Dudley  did   likewise.
confession over with and go off and
shoot himself
In threi- minutes hp was back. The
trlnl trip had taken twenty to navigate. She was waiting nnd still alone.
Oh. yes: rub It In! She might hnv#
cared If hp hadn't spoiled It all.
"Most 'eager knight!" she called In
greeting. "Was it wings? Nothing
else could have taken yon down tbe
ravine and up again In this time"
l-'or answer he knelt without n word
nnd put the fateful shoe In place with
elaborate cure. He wouid have that
privilege before he forfeited ber favor
forever.   Then ���
"I found It In the ravine liefore 1
climbed up at all. be snld abruptly,
"lt was In my pocket all the while.
Now send me away, for 1 can't go unless you do."
Rut Cinderella leaned rorward to take
his remorseful face between two butterfly hands.
"Oh. boy. hoy." ahe cried softly,
"most Innocent of boys! Did you think
I didn't know? 1 saw you pick It up
down below���no, you shnll have nil the
truth: It fell���1 let It fall because I
saw you!"
.lust then Tom Hutton. coming
around the corner of the house, decided he could quite ua well postpone
his errand.
Mesmerism.
Mesmerism, sn called, was propounded by the German physician. Frederick Anthony Mesmer of Merseburg. Id
ITHrt. In Ills famous thesis published
that year Mesmer contended that the
"heavenly bodies diffused through the
universe a subtle fluid which nets on
ihe nervous system of all living beluga
and In a special sense on man." He
gained numerous followers and for
several years made all Kurope ring
with his fame nt the same time that
he was taking In money by thp handful In 1TN4 n committee of physicians got after Mesmpr's system and
succeeded lu exposing It to the ridicule of the world. Mesmer was at
once discredited, nnd since thnt time
mesmerism hus been practically a dead
Issue.���New York American.
Fashion and Rare Birds.
In South Australia n movement ls on
foot for the consprvntlon of tiie rnrer
birds-such ns the Ibis, the egret, the
crnnp nnd thp spoonbill���how sacrificed
nt thp behest of Dame Fashion. The
result of the destruction of iIipsp birds
When i hn* ,lppn  the Incrpasp of the plagues
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the North half of subdivision
1(1 of Lot 93, Group 1, in the District
of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Titl?
Number 84E8A, issued in the name of
Catherine Frances Wise has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tho expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here
of, in a daily newspaper published iu
the city of New Westminster, issue j
duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,'
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, September 9th, 1S12.
SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL   MINING   REGULATIONS.
COAL MINING rights of the Domin-
.on in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and In a por
tlon of the province of Hritish Columbia, may be leased tor a term of twen
ty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 an acre. Not more than 2M0 acres
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made, by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
he described b.v sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurvey-
ed territory the tract applied for shall
be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be
refunded if the rights applied for arn
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shull be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at tho rate
of five cents  per  ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights ure not being operated such returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee will be
permitted to purchase whatever avail
able surface rights may be considered
necessary for tlie working of the mine
at the rate of $10 an acre.
For full information application
<hoi:ld be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. B. ��� Unauthorizc 1 publication of
this advertisement vill not be paid
for.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, City Block 13, City of
New Westminster.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title to
the above property will be issued to
Edward ll. Wetenhall, on the ISth day
of October, 1912, unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be
made to me in writing by a person or
persons claiming an eBtate or inter
est therein, or la any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office,  New Westmla
ster, B.   C, 12th   September, 1912.
The persea or persons haviag Is
their custody er pessesien the follew-
Ing Title Deeds relating te tke sals'
property are requested te delivsr th*
same to the undersigned.
See list annexed.
C. S. KEITH.
Dlatrict Registrar.
New Westminster, B. C.
1. 27th July. 1IM. tbe Crews te
William Driscell Gessett, Grant in fee
of Lot a.
2. lst March. 1871, William Drlscoll Gossett to Ella Lewe, Conveyaace
in fee of said Lat.
3. 2nd August, 1882, Ella Lowe, by
her Attorney-in-fact, William Moresby
to John Hendry and David McNalr
Conveyance In fee of said Lot.
4. lst November, 1887, John Hendry and David McNair to Ezra Rankin, Conveyance in fee of said Lot.
C. 14th Septewber, 1883, Frank L.
kin to Frank L. Rankin, Conveyance
in fee, (inter alia), ef said Let.
6. 14th September, 188. Frank L.
Rankin, by his Attorney-in-fact, Ezra
Rankin, to Edwin Rand. Conveyance
in fee (inter alia), of said Lot.
7. 23rd October, 1888, Edwin Rand
to Wesley Peck, Conveyance in fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
8. 27th Octcber, 188, Wesley Peck
to William Kent, mortgage in fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
9. llth March. 1895. Wesley PecU
to Ezra Rankin, Conveyance in fee of
said Southwest half of sa'd Lot.
10. 15th April. 1896, Ezra Rankin
Frank L. Rankin. Conveyance in fee
of said Southwest half of said Lot.
subject to Mortgage registered Iu
Charge Book, Vol. 8, Fol. 518, No.
2222R
11. 27th May, 1893, WIRjam Kent
to Frank L. Rankin, conveyance in te*.
ment and transfer cf Mortgage debt
and premises secured.
12. 15th April. 1896. Frank L. Ran
kin, by his Attorney-in-fact Ezra Rankin, to Noah E. Rankin. Conveyance
In fee of said Southwest half of said
Lot.
13. 24th December, 1S96, Noah E
Rankin to Martha Elizabeth Turnbull
Conveyance in fee of said Southwest
half of said Lot.
14. 29th October. 1S88. Edwin
Rand to William C. Coatham. Conveyance in fee of the Easterly quarter of
said Lot.
15. 4th June, 1889, William C.
Coatham to Thomas Crosbv, Convey
ance In feo of said Easterly quarter
of said Lot.
16. 29th May, 1891, Thomas Crosby, by his Attorney-in-fact, Alexander
Peers, to Arthur E. Rand, Convey
ancR fn fee of said Easterly quarte.-
of said Lot.
17. 12th February, 1892. Arthur E
Rand to John Andrew Forin and Au
lav Morrison, Conveyance In feo of
said Easterlv quarter of said Lot.
18. 21st March. 1S92, Aulay Morrl
son to John Andrew Forin, after re
citing ns therein recited, grant and
release in fee of an undivided one
half of said Easterly quarter of Baid
Ut.
j 19. 21th August, 1895. John An
drew Forin to Fred W. Koway ancl
Robie L. Reid, Conveyance in fee of
said Easterly quarter of said Lot.
20. 31st July, 1904, Fred W. Howav
and Robie L. Reid to Joseph Hether
ington Bowes, Conveyance in fee of
said Easterly quarter of said l,ot.
NOTICE!
this hnd gone on long enongb she rab-   "f grasshoppers and n diminishing flsh J
ed to hlm nn expectant look. i supplv.   for  the  wilding  birds  subsist
"Yes,"   he  snld.   nlmost   mournfull'.?. I "n   Ttistaceans  that   destroy   the   Hsu
*tbere only  remains for me to help   H"***
ROUBLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished Iree.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin  Street. Phone 984.
NOTICE Is hereby given tliat pursuant to Section 116 of the Land Rng
istry . ;t, I Intend at the expiration
i of 30 days from the date here f to
cancel the registration of a certain
i Agreement of Sale dated Nov. 29th
J1910, made between William P. Mon
crleff (whose name Is sometimes
spelled "Moncrelft") as Vendor, ana
Mrs. June A. Vater (wife of Albert
'Water) as Vendee, and on November
29th, 1910, a certain Agreement o.
'Sale mnde between the aforesaid
Jane A. Vater, as Vendor and Thornn
Davis Morgan as Vendee, In which
Bald Agreement the said Vendoi
agreed to sell to the Baid Vendee Lot
flve (5) in subdivision of District Lo<
Three Hundred and fifty-eight (358).
New Westminster D'strict, according
to a plan of same deposited In the
Land Registry OlTIne at the Cltv of
New Westminster, B. 0., which application was made by John Buchanan
whose address was 310 Hastings St..
Vancouver, B. C, as agent for said
Vendor and Vendee,
j AND I do order publication of thia
Notice for one month in the daily
newspaper published at New Westminster, B. C, shall be good and sufficient service.
DATED  at   NEW  WESTMINSTER
this twenty-third   day   of   September,
1912.
To���
WILLIAM  F.  MONCRtEFF,
WILLIAM F. MONCREIFF,
JANE A. VATER,
THOMAS DAVIS  MORGAN,
JOHN BUCHANAN.
C. S.  KEITH,
ili'.i    ,       District Registrar I
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strbtly cou-
Udeutial. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO.
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes stieets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia street. Visiting P.
A. P.'a welcome. J. J. Randolph, D.c-
tator;. E. A. Bremm, Vice-Dictator;
J. H. Price, Seoretary.
I. O. O. F AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meetlag ef Amity lodgf
No. 27,1. O. O. P., ls held every Mon
day night at t e'cleck in Odd Fei
lews hall, earner Carnarvon anc
Eighth street. Visiting brother
cordially lavtted. C. B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Merritbew, V. G.; W. C.
Ceatham, P.O., reeerdlag secretary;
H. W. Saagster, iaaaclal secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister
at-Law, Sellclter, Btc. 652 Columbia
street, New Westwlaster, B.C. Tele
phone 1071. Cable address "Johnston." Cede, Western Union, Offices,
Rooms �� and 7 Bills bleck.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, , barrlster-at
law, solloiter, etc; corner Columbii
and MeKeazie atreeta, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 719.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE. BARRISTER
solicitor and notary. 610 Columbi;
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE. MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors, Rooms 7
and 8, Gulchen block. New Westminster. Geerge E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady
WHITESIDE * EDMONDS���Barrls
ters and Solicitors, Westminste:
Trust block, Columbia street, Nen
Westminster, B.C. Cable addies.
"Whiteside," Western Union. PO
Drawer 200. Telephone G9. W. J
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JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND AC
countant. P. O. Box 784. Phone 1086.
H J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR ANI
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Boftrd of Trade meets in tht
board loom, Cify Hall, as follows
Third Fiiday of each month; quar
terly meeting on the I jlrd Friday oi
February, May, August and Novem
ber at 8 p.m. Annual meetings oi.
tbe third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or qtiarterh
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, seere
tary.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
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WESTMINSTER
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BLOCK.
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Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 6th and Columbii
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.      Barn  Phone 137
Begbie Street
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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Arrived.    Perfect  Fit and Workman-
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Capital   paid   up $6,200,000
Reserve  \. 7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to' tlie Pachic.
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also ln Porto itico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. These ei-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weatmlnster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up)
RESERVE	
-..$16,000,000.00
��� ������ $16,000,000.0*
Braacbea throughout Canada _w
Newfoundland, anc In London, Rag-
land, I/ew Yerk, Ch'eage and Spekane,
U.S.A., mad Mexico City. A genera*
banking business transacted. Let
ters ef Credit issued, available wit*
correspeedeats In all parts of tke-
world.
Barings Baak Dspartmeat���Deposit*
ecel-ed la sums of $1 and upward.,
uid Interest allows 1 at I per cent, par
tnnum  (present r.tt).
Total  Assets over  $186,000,000 00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER!
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CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCHISON
MERCHANT TAILOR
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Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Ulven.
211  Sixth Avenue.
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Phena- SOT
B.C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Stampede at Calgary
Only a few more dates In September to make your visit east at a re
duced fare.
Three trains daily. Tourist,  Dining.
Cars.
Toronto Express 8.22 a.m_
imperial Limited 8.10 p.m>
Soo KxprcHii 2.45 p.m.
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, O.P.A.. VancooTer
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-SEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves Vancouver for Victoria 1*>
a. m., 2 p. m. and 11:43.
Leaves Vanoouver for Seattle 10��
a. m. antl 11 p. m
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 10>
a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. nu
Wednesdays.
northern boats for prince
rUpert.
Leaves Vancouver every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,.
Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m. Tuesday,.
Thursday and Saturday.
e ED. OOULET,
Agent Nev Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
Phone R672.
010 Hamilton St
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
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EXHIBITION SIGNS
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BROWN Trapp Block I
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAIL? SEWS
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Croadway Theatre, flew York
TVords by FREDERICK DAY
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TENDERS.
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa and marked cn tho
-envelope "Tender for the purchase of
the 'C. O. S.' Georgia" will be re-
calved up until noon of the TWENTY-FIFTH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1912,
for the purchase of the Canadian Oov
ernment Steam "Georgia" now moored at the Government wharf at Sapperton, B. C.
The leading dimensions of the
steamer are as follows:
Length of keel  SS tt.
Breadth outside   11 ft
Depth moulded     �� ft.
Each tender must be aqcompanleC
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
C'anadian Bank equal to ten per cent
of the total amouut of the tender
which cheque will be forfeited should
the successful tenderer decline to pur
chase the steamer at his tender price
Cheques accompanying unsuccessful
tender will be returned.
All tenders must be made with tin
-distinct understanding that the sue
ceasful tenderer will pay for th'
steamer In cash when he Is notiflet"
that his tender has been accepted.
All tenders must be tor the steamer
as she now stands and no apparel or
equipment will be furnished bv thf
Department with the exception of
what now is on board. /
The highest ir any tender not nee
ensarily accepted.
A. JOHNSTON,
Deputy  Minister . Marine   and   Flsh
eries.
Department of Mar'no snd Fisher o*
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NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Anlval'
10:50���Vancouver via 0.
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n. n.
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-Burnaby Wke and  Van-       ,
couver via B. C. E. R... 7:45
a��: 45���Vancouver   via   0. N. R.
(daily exoept Sunday). 14:20
f.4��H-Vancouver via, B. 0. JB. R.
(dally except Snnday). 11:IB
Bf.aTrS- Vancouver ��ta.&C>.��.
(dally except 8unday).l��:00
*%:00- Vancouver via B. C, M, R.
(daily except Sunday).Iy:S0
H0-.00���Port Mann (dally exoept
Sunday)   ������������ ���
��� 0:3(f���namston Islands anivee
Tuesday, Thuraday and
Saturday,   and   leaves
Monday.      Wednesday
and Friday   14:00
1:40���Victoria via fl. 0. B. R.
(dally except Sunday).11.15
VM:60��� Victoria via O. N. R.
(dally except Snnday).SO:SO
45
18:00���Edmonds and Central
Park (dally except Sunday)    16:00
11:20���Tynehead  ( Tuesday   and
Fslday)        14:00
,5:15���Crescent, Whit* Rock and
Blaine i daily except
Sunday)  9:46
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily exoept Sunday)   23:00
5:16���Hall's Pralrle, Fern Ridge
and   Hazlemere   (dally i
except Sunday) 9:45!
5:16���United State* via G N. R.
idaliy exneru  Sunday).. 1S:0S |
9:26���All   points east and   Eu- I
reps  (dally)    7:45
22': 10���All points eaat and Europe (dally)   .....14:U
9:26���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills dally exoept
Sunday)    7:45
19:30���Bapperton and Froser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)    ...14:1E
9:26���Coquitlam  idaily    except
8und��y) 7:4f
2:00���Central Park, MeKay and
Edmonds i dally except
Sunday)       lilt
'i:oo���Ladner. Port Oui^hnn,
Westham Island. Bun
Villa  14:3C
IS 00���Gast Burnaby (dally except Sunday l    18:01
0:00���Timberland (Tuesday aod
Friday)    l��:8i
10:00���Annieville  and   Sunbury
idaily except Sunday). 14:3i
6*6���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via Q. N. R.
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via O.  N.  R.   (dally ex-
'    oept Sunday),..     .*..14:0i
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idaily etennt Snnday)     9 4f
1:20���Rand,   Majuba   Hill    via
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Wednesday and Friday       9:00
1:20���Clayton (Tuesday. Thursday. Friday and Sat-
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Centre,Cloverdale,Lsnf-
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Dennison Station. Brad-
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' SO:40���Cloverdale   via    B r R.R.
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1 2:00���Fraser   Arm    and    Alta
Vista and Oakalla     ..23:00
NOTICE. I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to Section 150 of the Land ,
Registry Act I intend at tbe expiration of Thirty (30) days from thej
date hereof to cancel the registration I
of a certain agreement dated the 28th
day cf November, 1910, made between Harry J. Morrison, of Vancouver, B. C, as Vendor and William F.
Moncrleff as Vendee, in which said
agreement the sa'd Vendor agreed to
sell to the said Vendee Lot Five 131
tn the Subdivision of District Lot
Three hundred and fifty-eight (358).
New Westminster District, according
to a plan deposited in the Land Registry Office at New Westminster, B.
C. T
And I do Order that publication of
this notice as number 1729. for oae
month In the dally news-paper published in New Westminster shall bs
good and  sufficient service.
Dated at New Westminster, B. C.
tbls 7th day of September, A. D. 1912.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar. Phene 888.
Second Hand Store
J. Q. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and    second    hanc
goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
HO Mela nee Street. Pbone 1009
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Son Realty Co'y
Room 4 Trao4 Blocl-
EDMONDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L 883
Stove - Wood
'Phone R1140
W. RICH
Teaming and General Drsylng Contracting, Furniture' Moving,
Excavating.
L.O.O.M.
LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwise supplied free of charge. Apply Secretary,
813 Columbia St Phone 2S1.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufacture* b>
J. HENLEY
NKW WESTMINSTER, I. C
Teleohone N HE Ofllce: Princess St.
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION ATTRACTION, OCTOBER 1 TO 8.
In past years the management of the Provincial Exhibition, at Near
Westminster, B.C., October 1 to 5, have furnished seme excellent attractions for the beneflt of their patrons, but this year they have exceeded all
past records In the selection of the attractions which will be seen daily
and which will be absolutely free to all tn attendance. After a treat deal
of thought and study, the committee ln charge selected for this year's fair
the following well known acts: Five Bast Indian Elephants, Leroy and
Paul, Ishlkawa Japs, Rex comedy chous, Idanlas troupe and the Lavalle*
troupe. '
COMIcSAR.PERf0RfIEI^ & KNOCKABOUTARJ1STS
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PAQK EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY
er Modern
s School
Tekef ^Direct Route to
n!tessville
There.ate many routes by which
young men and young women may go,
but ����� aflh Tpo'Tipt lead to the desired
place.      %4 I
WE QqE��R|rHE ONE THAT IS
PRACTICAL AND DIRECT.
P.S.���IMm-'-t--forget about our Night
School,,,	
ofiooa**2'   The
ModCiif Business School
A. L. BOUCK
Principal and Manager.
61S Columbia St. Phone 853
Fraser Hotel tAlt
IS NOW OPEN
';' I mil    ����'.(.
Meals at all hours. We serve
the best the market supplies
11 1EQBIE Street
%T*s
WHEN Y6tf ARE PASSING AND
LET US GIVE tOU OUR RATES
FOR ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
IF YOU ARE "A MAN OF PARTS"
YOU MU3T KNOW THAT IT IS
GOOD BUSINESS POLICY TO TAKE
OUT INSURANCE TO COVER
EVERY POSSIBLE RISK.    I'AU    A
SPECIALIST IN INSURANCE.
'art:  :��� ��������-���
Alfred W. McLeod
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
The telephones of the Westminster
Daily Nevus now arc:
Editorial Office 991
Business Office  999
No band concert was held ai
Queens park yesterday and ho more
will be held this season, as it has
been decided to discontinue them.
Until further notice we cannot receive ordera/br eoal.���Gilley Bros. ���*
The Fraser Pile Driving company
start work this morning driving piles
tor a new shipping shed for the Brunette Sawmills. The cost will be in
the neighborhood of 74000.
Popular prices for the Scotch Concert in the Opera House, Wednesday.
Secure tickets at Tidy, the florlat.  **
Rev. Canon d'Easum Kent down to
Ladner ou Saturday and, pi'ekched
at
the
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rNSURANGt
itt&v
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. .New  Westminster.
Long c ehtngs are coming on,
consequence you wiil . spend more
time reading. Let us help you enjoy
your reading ,by fitting you up with
glasses. We can supply the very best
lenses tpafa SL half the price that
some oJheri Charge. Whatever you
do dcn't.friJjf.from any but reputable
dealers* ;^ew��r�� -of the transient���he
will do you ��ire. We guarantee every
your  satisfaction.
the harvest festival service ln
parish church there yesterday,
will return today.
Rye bread���like yonr mother us*1
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 211. **
Capt. T. Cunningham, of the 104th
regiment, leaves for Seattle this
morning where he will compete with
a military rifle team of British Columbia against the pick of WaBhlng-
���on. Idaho and Oregon on the Portland ranges on Friday and Saturday
of this week. The team will spend
Thursday in trial shooting over the
ranges.
Miss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, has opened her studio at
13th avenue aad ��th street. Tele
phone R735. **
Henry Bachman, who was arrested
cn Wednesday nifjht on Columbia
Street and found to be in possesstot
of three rilles and an old horse, wan
released on Saturday morning aftei
paying a fine of $5 for disorderly con
duct. There was some doubt as to
Bachman's sanity and to a certain extent that doubt still remained whei
he was told to vamoose from tlie city
limits.   He did.
Renters! Vo you want cash to
buy or build a home or husiness place
for yourself at little more than hali
the interest most are plying ? Write
today, Box 502 New Westminster. **
As wholesale me., were unwilling to
pay for milk or cream on a basis of
75 cants, the price asked for by the
farmers,   the   Mainland   Milk   Shippers' association,   which held a meet
j ing in this city on    Friday,    reduced
I the   price   ten   cents   to   65   cents
i and were all agreed that falling this
the shippers would refuse to deal with
the  firms.     Many of  the   farmers  of
the Fraser valley were in attending
at the meeting.
The Auld Scotch Sangs, Championship Highland Dancing. A braw nicht
fcr young and eld; the Scotch Con
cert, Wednesday at Opera House.    **
Last week v.as the poorest cne fo'
some time in the city building inspec
tor's Ojttloe. Only n he permits were
talieu ost, the majority of which were
for the expenditure of very small
sums. The largest va) Tor 52400
taken out bv tiie prr)ui-ietor3 of the
Ashton hlock, corner of Keary e.*\A
Columbia streets. The money will be
used for improvements to the two top
storeys of that building in order to
make it into an apartment house.
Street car traffic on the Twelfth
street line was cut in to the new rail.;
on Saturday morning. With the exception of intervals allowed for the
contraction of thq Hassam pavement,
the north side together with tliat between the tracks is already completed
and the workmen started work grad-
Ing the south side of the street Satur
day morning. This is a narrow strlo
compared with the other wcrk an.i
two weeks' time should see tho completion of this paving work.
Ladies ! Absolutely safe Investment
for your monthly savings, however
small. Guaranteed return cf two to
ten times ordinary interest. Write
today giving convenient time for ar.
interview. Box 502. New Westminster. ��� ��
Following Tuesday's game the
Westminster and Cornwall lacrosse
teams have been invited to attend the
opera house in a hody a3 the guesU
of Manager Tidy to witness "The Old
Homestead," which jlays tonight also
Mr. P. W. Luce, secretary cf tli.
Canadian Highway association, wil.
leave today for Winnipeg, whore lu.
will perfect arrangements for the
convention to be held there on Oct>
ber 0 to 12, inclusive. Delegates from
all parts of Canada will attend the
gathering which will be opened hy j
Premier Roblin of Manitoba. The one
way fare for the trip and return has
been secured for all travelers to th?
convention.
The Progressive association wil)
act in the capacity of host on Tuesday
night to the delegates from the various progressive and publicity associations of the province who will mee'
at tlie exhibition for the purpose of
discussing the advisability of forming
a province-wide publicity organiza
tlon. Where the publicity associa
tions do not exist delegates from
municipal and civic councils will attend.
The person who handles the steering wheel of the police auto had no
cinch of a Job on Saturday night when
several disturbances on Columbia
street were nipped in the bud by the
officers on duty and the same disturbers packed off to the lock-up. A band
of roving Hindus, who had tarried too
long amid the pots and glasses wer ���
rounded up in western fashion and
it took two trips for the auto to deposit them on Clarkson street.
Excellent progress Ib being made on
the arch tinder construction on Columbia street at the intersection of
Fourth, in honor of the royal visitors
The heavy cedar log uprights have
been placed ln position and a gang of
carpenters Is fast erecting the salmon
/ages wh!ch will form the outer supports. The top section of the arcli
has also' been started and judging
from the way the work is proceeding
the structure wlll be completed in
good time.
OBITUARY
MONTGOMERY���The death occurred on Friday of James, the seven
months' old eon of Mr. and Mrs.
Montgomery, Nelson road, Burnaby.
The funeral will take place tod*j* to
the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
Heavy tug movements on the river
are reported these days. The Cheerful
cf the Circle K fleet passed up the
North Arm last evening with an im
mense boom bound fcr the Fraser
Mills.
The Prlncoss Royai, or the C. P. R.
coast line running between Vancouver
and Victoria, is expected to come up
river this morning with live stock
and other exhibits for the annual exhibition.
The Word "Tram."
Residents of Great Britain call
street csrs trams. The term is old.
Three hu.idred anl fifty years ago
an Englishman left the tollowing item
in his will: "To the amendinge ol
t'.i highwaye or train (rom the wette
ende of liridgegait. in liarnard Castle, 20 shillings.' Thiii 'tram" wai a
plank road. Whether il was the ancestor ol tlie tram ul to-day or merely an etymological relation is not
quite clear, Hie forefather ol all.. ie
trams was a Scandinavian word
meaning a log. In time tram in
Scotland came tn mean a beam, a
cart shaft or the cart lUelf, nud perhaps it is to this rather than to the
tram that wa:> a plank in a log road
that the modem sense traces its origin. At any thU-, etymologists alttrm
that the derivation from the name nl
Benjamin Outram, who improved rail
tracks about  1300, is absurd.
THE RUGGER TEAM
Put Up Good Game But Lost on Con-
.dition in Last Minutes.
After   putting up the best   of the j
three games played thus far the West I
minster rugby fifteen lost Saturday's I ^
Brockton Point match by the   narrow J "
margin of' one try to nil.    Their op j
ponents are like themselves a young I
team, but    the    Highlanders    showed j
that in point of condition and understanding   between   each   other   they I
have   progressed   rather   farther   to- j
wards success than have the wearers
of the green ar.d white.
The game was not without interest.
but the side has much to learn. Tii��. I
three quarters had lots of time on j
their hands and when the ball cam"
out to ono of them, thero was a lack
of that passing and cnmb;natio:i
which is essential. The halves played
a fairly good game. Thn forwan'i
must practice together, should learc
how to nack in the scrum and whit tr
do in the different parts of the field.
There was net much jumping for th t
ball in the line out, while "follow up'
is a watchword to bs noted.
The need of tlie whole team is for
combined practice   and   tralnin
Many Good Positions
are open to young men and young
ladies in the field of "Wireless" or
Commercial telegraphy. The passage
of a federal law effective October 1,
compelling all sea going vessels to be
equipped with wireless instruments,
and manned by two competent operators, has created a great demand for
young men in the wireless service.
The Morse Telegraph Company, 'of
Seattle, Wash., operates under direct
supervision of wireless officials and
places all graduates in positions. It
will j,ay you to write for full particulars.
Investments!
Have you $Ui0 cr $1M0 you would
like to invest absolutely safely, with
guarantee of several times ordinary
interest ? Address today, Box 502,
New Westminster.
HOTEL DUNSMUR
Thl3 New Residential Hotel
IS NOW OPEN
"Dick" I. Lawrence
TEACHER OF
Banjo, Mandolin and Zither
319 Columbia Street
Telephone R1169.     j
HOTEL FRASER
E'GHTY ROOMS
NEW ANO MODERN '
The most comfortable rooms in the
city; hot and cold water and steam
radiator In each.
Finest wines and spirits dispensed
at the bar, aad flrst class cafe run in
connection.'
TH08.WITHYMAN, Prop.
Phone  186.
Corner Front and Beflble Streete.
HABW
The Daily Use of our
CREAM OF WITCH HAZFL
���no other habit will render
the skin so smooth, allay Irritation, remove blackheads, pimples, freckles and sunburn a>
quickly. It Is purely made and
possesses wonderful medicinal
properties. Use lt dally, it's a
good habit
Price 25c and 50c.
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Weatminater Trust Block
��� -. am. muu, ocureiary.
fflf SCHAAKE MACK WORKS
a-e as a r��o   .-..._-_ . ��� ^^^H
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HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern Saw  Mill  Machinery
Johnson Shingle   Machines
and Lath Mill Machinery
YALE   AND   COWIE   GASOLINE    ENGINES
CANNING  ANO  CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
^mn^t^^mssmasmm mm
BOILERS  Riveted Steel Pipes
BURN OIL
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
0       A       m****h*B      a asa ��� *��� -    ���	
P. O.  BOX 442
TELEPHONE   324
Heated by steam throughout. Hoi
and cold water and Telephone in
every  room.
b : Cafe and dining room In connection
the older players. A captain and vice !se��>nM�� none in the city
captain should be appointed forthwith
and tho Committee should pet down to
solid work together with the plavers
f success ls to he achieved. There
are many promising rusgfr men in
Westminster, and with more practice
and instruction tlie Miller cup mav
some day come to jo'n its celebrated
compeer in lacrosse circles.
The Firemen brat the Oni��3dnr��(
two tries to nil, thus advancing to the
lead In the Miller cup series.
AUTO GOGGLES
Prices 50c to $1.75 at
CHAMBERLIN  ii|3p
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited^
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
The   best   accommodation   in   New
Westminster.
Everything Modern and l'p-To-Daio
CPECIAL    RATES   BY
*      03  MONTH.
WEEK
SPROULE BROS., Props.
8th S'.reet Nsw Westminster
One  minute  from   B.C.E.  and  C.P.R.
Stations.
y wu   bui c.
aVkhj .ic
sale  w.
SO cents up.
ST&6I.IJU
school
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
8PECTACLES
.SEEDS \y>
Phone 43:   L. O. 71:
New    Westminster,
Res. 72.
B   C.
CEL-SO
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Cures all stomach
troubles, headaches,
sleeplessness, etc.
Try a glass free of charge at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Four doors Rast of Bank of
Montreal.
New Westminster, B. C.
It has been decided by the bj.trd or i
hool trustees to give the schoo' *,
children of the city the equal of two
holidays this week on account of the
fair. Tlie dates have not been se*
yet, but it Is expected that one of thn
holidays will he on Friday, which Is
children'! day at the exhibition, Th"
remaining day will ije divided into
two parts, pivlng j fix?1,' \h\flp:t.Vi''kt-vt*
afternoons ofl during the weel�� Th"
holidays have been a:inqt|onnd by th-J
provincial  government.,,,    ,, ,., * ,
* m r ll,'    i'
Aii an Incentive for tho fishermen
of the river to decorate tlieir boat*
on the day when the Princess Alic
carrying the Duke and Duchess 01
Connaught and Princess Patricia
steam up the river, Mr. Marlin Mori'.;,
who Is head of the committee for this
feature, announces that valuable
prizes will be awarded to those who
carry the best decorations. This
should be one of tho prettiest features [
of the afternoon and the spirit of the
affair has permeated the fishing headquarters so tliat several hundred of
them have already promised to be fn
line on Thursday.
REM
WHITE STAR-DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
MONTREAL���QUE BEC���LIVERPOOL.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, SAILING EVERY SATURDAY.
Wireless and Deep Sea Signaling Apparatus.
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
New SS. "LAURENTIC".      New SS. "HE6ANTIC"
15.000 Tons Each.
Electric Elevators, Skilled Orchestra, Electric Heaters, Etc.
Sails Sept. 14, Sept 28, Oct 12, Oot 26, gov. 9, Nov. 23
First Class $92.50, Second Class $53.75, Jhird Class $32.90.
ONE CLASS (II.) CABIN SERVICE.
Twin Screw 8.S. "TEUTONIC."
582 foet long. 18.000 horsepower.
Sails Oct. Sth, Nov. 2nd, Nov.
30th. $55.00 and up; Third Class
$32.50.
I
Twin   Screw   8.S.   "CANADA."
514 feet long.    Sept. 21st, Oct.
10th, Nov. 16th.   $00.00 and up.
JThlrd Claee $31.25.
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling at Quebec.   Embark night before sailing.   No hotel expenses. No transfer charges. (
Company's Office: 619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street/Seattle.
H. E. GOULET, Can. Pac. Agent.   W. F. BUTCHER, Q. N. R. Agent.
New Weetmlneter.
Several alterations have been made
to the plans for the hew double track
i bridge across the Pitt river at Cofluit-
[ lain in order to make the best possible
use of the stream for navigation. Thc;
| position of the bascule as in the plans
, lias been altered to a point nearer Of-*
western shore.    This was done in order to keep the main channel of ttie
river clear.    The dimensions of   thu
bascule have also been altered somewhat.    Instead of the span being 93
feet, as originally   intended,   it   ba:i j
been enlarged to 115 feet at the water'
level.    This will  enable    some    very :
large ships, to pass up and dowu. the-
stream.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
donee lots in good locations, and
good Investments at the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terms can bn arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH STREET, 50x132
to lano. Price $775.00; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; one-third cash.
NO. 1233���FIFTH 8TREET, TWO
lots, 60x132 each to lane. Price
$1050 each; one-third cash.
NO. 128ft���PRINCESS STREET NEAR
Second Street; 48x132; $1,000; ono-
thlrd cash.
NO. 11OT ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
near Fourth Street, two choice Iota,
cieared; $1,276.00 each; one-third
cauh.     '
NO. 131S��� DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 50x120 to lane,
Price $1550.; dnothlrd cash.
NO. 128S���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth aven'.e, 50x132; cleared and
graded;  $2,000; one-third cash.
NO. 959���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
street, 50xllfl; cheapest good lots in
the city. Price $500 cach; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Edit;burg street; cleared and ready
to tail Id on. Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides.
$5,300 i one-third cash.
NO. 1143���WISE ROAD, FACING
south, 67x114 to lane; cleared and
ln orchard. Price for ii few days
ouly, $1,100; one-third cash.
Houses To Rent
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IMMEDIATE  POSSESSION
SIXTH ROOM COTTAGE on Hartco Street,   Modern   convenience!.
$25.00 per month.
FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, 3rd. avenue, Burnaby, Modern convenlen-
ees.   $20.00 per month.
EIGHT ROOM-HOUSE on Hamilton   etreet,   Modern   conveniences.
$30.00 per month.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE en Tenth avenue.   $18.00 per month.
THREE ROOM HOUSE on 13th. etreet.   $10.00 per month.
WHITE. SMILES & CO.
628 and 745 ColurtUla Street, Phone 85., New Weetmlneter, Bv C.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write  Fire, Life, Accident, Employer*" Liability,   Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
ELECTRICAL  FIXTURES,
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 65�� 63 Sixth Street
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