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VOLUME i, NUMBER 221.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY  MORNING, NOVEMBER 23,  1E12.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
CONSTANTINOPLE RINGED
WITH ARTILLERY EIRE
Nazim Pasha Claims Victory in Infantry Attack on Centre-
Powers Believed to be Working for Peace���Albania Proclaims Independence-Austrian and Italian Naval Demonstration-Conference with Kaiser and Von Moltke.
London, Nev. 22.���The efforts towards peace ln the Balkans made no
visible progress today. Exchanges of
artillery flre and infantry reconnals
anceB proceeded along the' Tchatalja
lines and Nazim Pasha, the Turkish
commander-in-chief, in a despatch to
Constantinople, claimed that the infantry battle occurred ln front of the
centre of his position and that the
Bulgarians left several thousand dead
before the Turkish outer works. Not
much credence, however, is placed lu
tbls report.
Elsewhere ln tbe war zone the military situation ls unchanged. The Servian forces advancing toward the
Adriatic are meeting with hardships in
the barren mountainous country,
which is buried deep in snow. The
Bulgarians bave occupied the important town of Dedeaghatch, the terminus of the Saloniki railway on the
Aegean sea.
Crippled Turkish Cruiser.
The Turkish cruiser Mamcdleh
came into port at Constantinople today damaged by a Bulgarian torpedo.
The Turkish claim that the Hamedleli
sank two of the Bulgarian torpedo
boats with which she waa engaged
yesterday, has not been confirmed.
The peace negotiations are believed
by diplomats to have been only suspended by reason of Turkey's refusal
to accept the first offer of the allies,
and to them the Turkish position appears to be one of awaiting'expectant-
ly for another bid. The best opinion
in London is that a compromise will
be  effected   by   the  belligerents  and
that the powers are using thoir good I
compact, ll Is believed, will Include
Bulgaria's renunciation of tbe intention to enter Constantinople.
Reports from Vienna announce that
Albanians will proclaim their independence tomorrow at Durazzo, from
wbich place the Servians are within
a flve or six days march. Vienna reports are that there will be a Joint
Italian and Austrian naval demonstration off that port.
Tho visit of the Austrian crown
prince to Emperor ^Villiam, whicii is
officially stated to be for the purpose
of keeping a long standing shooting
engagement, and a Berlin despatch
saying the Austrian fleld marshal, Von
Shemua, spent the day there in consultation with General Count Von
Moltke, chief of staff of the German
army, keep alive speculation concerning the plans of the triple alliance.
Squabbles Over Spoil.
No diplomatic secret was ever better kept than the terms of the Balkan
alliance, but signs of differences over
a division of spoils are cropping out.
The Greek semi-official press claims
that the Issue of the war would have
been greatly different except for the
immense services of the Greek fleet
In preventing 200,000 Turks from Asia
Minor joining the army in Thrace.
The claim also Is made that the Greek
army and fleet have accomplished as
j much as the three other allies com-
| blned.
]     -        To Seize Dardanelles.
I    Louden, Nov. 28���Telegraphing from
] Constantinople the correspondent   of
I the Standard Bays:
"Much alarm is felt here over a re-
MAKING GOOD TIME
ON EMERGENCY MAIN
Should Be   in Position   on   Tuesday
DIED SOON AFTER
ENTERING HOSPITAL
in
Next���Found Impossible
Repair Leak.
to
Some exceptionally fast time has
been made with the Installation of the
eight inch emergency water main on
the Lulu Island bridge, and indications
are tbat the residents of Richmond
and Queensborough can be assured of
a regular water service by Tuesday
at least even if the submerged main
should give out following that date.
The only thing that is holding the
work back at the present time Is the
lack of four couplings. These are being made ou rush order and are promised for delivery on Monday. The
other material is all on tbe ground
aud the pipe will be connected up
just as soon as the couplings arrive.
From a survey Just made lt bas
been found next to Impossible to repair the big main. It seems that .a
section in the centre has sunk and the
pipe there now forms a slight angle,
the vertex of which is resting on the
root or trunk of a large tree. It Is
at this vertex that the leak has occurred, and it Is located on the under side
ln such a position as to be practically
impossible to reach unless the pipe
was pulled to the surface.
The contract with the city and Richmond provides that the municipality
be given all the water that can pass
tbrough a twelve Inch main for an indefinite period. For this Richmond
Is paying $125,000. The eight Inch
main erected will be of sufficient size
lo serve both Queensborough and
Richmond with all the water they require at the present time. Later when
(be new main is installed further
down the North Arm tho eight inch
main will be used for emergency purposes only.
offices behind tbe scenes witli this end
in view.
Reports from Sofia say Turkey's rejection of the proffered, terms tor an
armistice occasioned no surprise
there. Three Itnlgorians, represent^?
the three northern kinrjd.ms. have
started for tbe front with the expectation of meeting the Turkish penc*
plenipotentiaries.
Albz.ita's Attitude.
A cessation of hostilities Is not
necessarily expected to follow tho departure of the representative of the
allies on the mission of peace. Whatever basis for ait armistice may be
reached, it ls expected It will leave In
abeyance the amount ot territory Turkey will be permitted to retain.   The
port that 30.000 Greeks have left tli".
neighborhood of Monastir for Katarina
harbor, whence they will bo shipped
i for the CJulf of Saros, north of    the
I Dardanelles, ih order to seize the Dar-
I danellcs and reinforce thc allied army
rt TchatMJa."
.A.i,t!-ftu68ian Outburst.
Vienna, Nov. 22.���Rumors of a Russian mobilization have led to a strong
anti-Russian outburst by the Austrian
press, whicii accuses Russia of being
behind Servia. The Bourse was greatly weakened today on rumors of warlike preparations by Austria aud Russia. Reports of mobilization by Austria aro denied officially, but it is
known that certain military measures
have been taken that would enable
mobilization with great rapidity.
HONOR OE COUNTRY
TO BE PUT TO TEST
Fefusal   to Arbitrate   Panama   Canal
Qussticn Will Discredit Nation,
Says Eiihu Root.
New York, Nov. it.*���"We are approaching a question which will test
the willingness of the American peo
pie to be true to the ideals   of self-
Charles  Fetrow  Found  Writhing
Pain at B. C. E. R. Depot Last
Evening.
Stricken with what Is described as
a "whisky flt," Charles Fetrow, a log
ger, presumably of French nationality,
was taken to the Royal Columbian
hospital about S o'clock last night, and
died shortly after admission.
Retrow was found lying in agony on
the floor cf the B. C. E. R. depot about
8:30 last evening, and officials observing that he was apparently Buffering
great agony, sent for Dr. Jojes, who
on arrival ordered the man to be
taken to the police station at once.
Here Dr. A. L. McQuarrie was called
in for consultation on the case, and
it was decided that the man must be
removed to the hospital at once, if his
life was to be saved. He was accord
Ingly rushed out in the ambulance, but
gradually grew worse on the journey
to Sapperton, and a few minutes after
admission passed away.
Little is known of the man except
the fact that his name was Charles
Fetrow. This was discovered by examining the contents of the deceased's
pockets* From his clothing he would
appear to be a logger cr to have
worked on a construction gang.
STRAINING TO MEET
COMING REGULATIONS
PUBLICITY BUREAU
MAKING PROGRESS
Largely   Attended   and   Enthusiastic
Gathering Enjoys Hospitality of
Coquitlam.
Majority of Forty New Freight Cars
Ordered for Saanich Line to Ba
Built Here.
That the B. C. Electric company has
no intention of closing the car shops
in New Westminster ls evidenced by
tbe fact that for the Saanich interurban line, running out of Victoria, forty
new freight cara have be<sn ordered,
the majority of which will be built in
this city.
Confirmation of thia was made yesterday afternoon by an official of the
company to a representative of the
Westminster Daily News. FitUen of
these cars are to be of the box type,
while the remainder will be flat cars.
Elsewhere in this issue will be
found a letter from Mr. D. C.\ Patter
son urging that all cars be built in
this locality. Mr. J. R. Duncan, president of the board of trade, states that
according to Mr. G. R. G. Conway,
chief engineer of the B. C. E. R��� cars
are required before the ��nd of the
year, they cannot be built here and
therefore have been o, tiered elsewhere.
ln Victoria as on the lower mainland every effort is being made by the
Ii. C. E. R. to be irr a poail.on to comply with the regulations drawn up by
the attorney general for thf carrying
of passengers, wbich conu-s Into force
in January next. Ten n-jw passenger
cara are now on their wuy to the Island City and will be placed in operation Immediately.
Mr. F. D. Picken, late dispatcher for
the company In this city is In Westminster arranging lor the transit of
his furniture and effects lo Victoria
Mr. Picken haB been ap^'-inted manager of the Saanich Inl-.r.rban line,
which will commence running vlthin
the next few weeks.
BRITAIN'S STAND
IS NOT ALTER��
Asquith Speaks from Sans
Platform As Iriah Nationalist Leader.
Coquitlam, Nov. 22���With a brilliant
banquet at which some fifty-five persons sat down, one of the most successful Fraser Valley Publicity Bureau
meetings eyer held came to a conclusion this afternoon. The function
was given by Coquitlam public bodies
and was held in the municipal hall.
Many toasts were .drunk, publicity and
co-operation being the keynote of practically all of the speeches.
At the business session held ln the
morning the proceedings were opened
by a short address from President
Reeve Weart, who welcomed the delegates and briefly outlllned the objects
of the organization. He was followed
by Dr. Elliot S. Rowe, secretary"* of
Ithe Vancouver Progress club, who declared that Vancouver was strongly in
sympathy with   the   object*   ot   th*
---  bureau, especially wben She   -*���
INVESTIGATION OF
WOMEN'S CHARGES
Horn* Rule on Eve of   Victory   Say*
Redmond���Elaborate Precautions
Against Suffragettes.
pretty wise.   The court smiled.
Witness, proceeding, referred to the
mill officials at Port Haney for verification.
Discrepancies In the testimonies of
witnesses were invariably explained,
by faulty interpretation.
 __ I    Mr. E. S. Law, ot the Walsh Sash
~ ~ 'and   Door   factory,   produced   tlmo
Isshar Singh Denies He Evsr Worked  sheets with the name of Isshar S'ngn
upon them.   HC was willing to swear
LENGTHY TRIAL IS
STILL PROCEEDING
for Factory Whose Timekeeper
Identifies Him.
The case of Isshar Singh, Vancouver, for the last flve days under trial
for perjury, was again adjourned yes-
terday until Monday at 11:30 a.m.
This adjournment was occasioned by
cross swearing on the part Of Mr.
Law, timekeeper for the Walsh Sash
and Door factory, who Identified Isshar Singh, the convict, as a man who
had worked for his company between
May 14 and the latter part of July,
1911. Isshar Singh, himself, undertook to serve a life sentence If he had
ever worked half an hour tor that factory.
On the dates specified by Mr. Law
he swore point blank he had worked
for the Hambury Lumber company, of
Vancouver, and vouched for his oath
by appealing to that company's books,
to Mr. Maclean, his white boas, another white boss of the planer department, and Shere Singh, who rented
the house in which he lived near the
mill.
Isshar said so far as he could remember hls number wa* 60, but thai
could be verified by the company's
time sheets. -
He referred to the government officials at Sundawall to v*rity his asser
tion that Dharm Singh was a native
of Sundawall and not of Billings, the
latter place which Mokum Singh, later,
���wore wu non-existent In India, and
offered to defray the cost of an Investigation to prove his statement
Mr. W. J. Rawilnson, accountant at
the Small & Bucklin mlH, produce!
time sheets hnd cancelled cheques
���howlng Junwallah, Goodut, and Gur-
man Singh had been paid for the timn
they were present at the Dharm 8lngb
assault trial, whereas they had sworn
they had not. ,
Isshar Singh,  recalled,  and asked
���why he did not go to Port Haney on
August 15, 1911. to cash his cheque
M he had previously stated was his
Intention, rejoined: "How could I do
ao when I was arrested.  I cannot fly.
Mr Grant���Have you any papers to
ihow you ever worked at Port Haney.'
Witness���if yiu can get a piece of
paper in   the  penitentiary  you  are
that he could not detect a particle of
difference between the convict and the
Isshar Singh on the time sheets whom
he knew and saw on the evening of
August 14, 1911.
POTATO KING WINS
EIRST PRIZE EOR B.C.
At Pacific Northwest Land Products
Show In  Rose City���Ladner
Beats World.
clared V. a. Senator Elttau Root t<*
night, tu referring to Panama Canal
lolls, while speaking at the annual
dlhner of the Chamber of Commerce
of the State of New York.
Discussing the situation that has
arisen with Great Britain because of
the treaty under .which she has taken
exception to the imposition of tolls on
British ships while American vessels
pass free, Senator Root declared that
If we refused to arbitrate tbls issue
the United States will be ln the position of the merchant that is known to
all the world to be false to his prom
lies.
We would stand In the light of our
multitude of declarations for arbitration and peace, discredited, dishonored
hypocrites, with the fair name of Am
erica blackened, with the self-respect
of America gone, with the Influence
of America for advancement along the
pathway of progress, of civilization,
annulled, dishonored and disgraced
That question stands among us, and
no true American can fail to raise hts
voice against his influence upon that
question for his country'e honor."
WEATHER Aff EOS
BUILDING PERMITS
Portland, Ore., Nov. 22.���The great
family of Smiths added to their greatness today by securing a silver cup, a
$100 cash prize, and a blue ribbon at
the Paciflc Northwest land products
sbow for winning first prise ln the
international potato contest. Asahel
Smith, of, Ladner, B.C., took flrat ln
the contest, but J. H. Smith, of Washington, did not appear among the
prise winners.
In addition to Smith, of Canada, the
prize winners ln the contest for place
for excellence In the production of
greatest of tuber delicacies were the
Culver Non-Irrigated Products Association of Oregon, which took second
prize, and J. T. Morrison, of Hillsboro,
Ore., who won third prize.
Health Committee Hears Many Views
on Fumigating Case Now Under
Advisement.
With the exception of the statement made by Dr. A. I*. McQuarrie,
medical health officer, that the fumigating was doue*withuut his authority
and the Hearing of several y<e"*����|wa8 determined to proceed with
the   matter,   very   little   not already I ,.t, te ^^ wuA
** '    ' at Pa* -Jos-1
bureau, especially wnen ��ne   *e*��**��-tl52u25m/?tai' Wto th* t-axaxmn* to
that the rnoet positive ��u��antee oti\ bT^Women'sCtnincll agaSst W. 3.
prosperous  city lay  in  the  develop- $     e , ub in "ector.
ment of its tributary districts. |    Tfae in^ulr/WB1 heW ,��. the health
committee at the city hall yesterday.
Alderman Dodd being In the chair, the
Nottingham, England, Nov. 22.���The
unusual spectacle of Liberal and
Nationalist leaders on the same platform nt a political meeting was wit-
nessed tonight when Premier Asquith
and John Redmond addressed a great
audience here on Home Rule. The-
premier also dealt with the war in the
Balkans and other questions ot the-
day.
Fears of a suffragette outbreak resulted ln the most complete preparations to preserve peace ever taken
here. Almost the entire police force-
was on duty in the hall and its neighborhood and a large body of officers-
were held in reserve in the basement
of the building.
Diplomatic Reference.
Mr. Asqulth's reference to the war-
was diplomatic and threw no new
light on the situation. Recalling his
speech In London, November 2, ia
which he made the statement that he
believed It to be the "unanimous opinion of Europe that tbe victors are not.
to be robbed of the victories that coat
them so dearly," Mr. Asquith said:
"I endeavored to define in precise
end clear terms the attitude cf tbis
country and the great powers witb
reference to the war which is raging
in Eastern Europe. That attitude has
not, as far as I know, been in any way
changed or modified. We are anxious
to stop further effusion of blood between the combatants and even more
anxious to limit or oircumscribe the
fleld of possible conflicts. The powers-
are working together to that end.
Co-operative Policy.
"We are satisfied there is no deviation in wieh or purpose in that cooperative pollcy of all the powers.
There may be certain questions whicb
ln Uie best interest of peace and ultimate stability it may be possible to
be reserved to deal with when the
time comes for a general and definite:
settlement."
Pledging the Liberal party to continue lta efforts for Home Rule, Mr.
Asquith declared he would not be discouraged by any passing Incidents, but
the.
te tkS eud.
ss Redmond, \n bU address.
Ride waa on the eve ot the
Mr.    Otway Wilkie,   secretary,
port, stated that the municipalities of """T; rrr. ry**."!���.T-'m^!
WW p,.e RLagd%^du��]5ma sssz a' ���*^'i^����v^
Mission had voted $15 a montn to tne  _.,   ��_ ���.   �����-   o   r   d����Mo   i
NEW YORK ADMIRES
.    B. C. FRUIT AND TIMBER
Montreal, Nov. 22.���The Canadian
Paciflc today received a telegram from
New York stating that the cpmpany
had carried off the cup for Best , exhibits of grain snd display of natural
resources at tbe 1912 American Land
and lrregatlon exposition.
The judges satd that the Canadian
Paciflc company booth contained th��
flnest collection of the natural resources of any country brought together In any exposition. The British
Columbia fruit and timber Wore, much
commented upon and the grain display
waa pronounced magnificent.
Week's Total $2825,   Making   Nearly
$50,000 Already Thla Month���    v
Year'a Figures Grow.
mmmmm^ *
The building permits so far this
month aggregate in value $48,120, oi
$14,180 short 6f the full total of the
corresponding month of last year.
Witb practically eight more days to
go, during which one or two fairly
large permits are expected to be taiten
out, lt Is very probable that the figures
at the end of the month will show an
Increase on. November, 1911.
The total for the year to date Is now
$1,462,253, aa compared with $1,124,587
ror all of last year, excluding January
and a portion of February, which was
previous to the time the present sys
tem of recording was Instituted.
bureau and that tbe boards of trade
of Mission, Haney, Burnaby and New
Westminster subscribed $5 per month.
The councils of New Westminster,
Surrey and Langley, -it was stated,
were considering membership if the
headquarters were stationed in Van-
W.yer, while Matsqui bad decided to
join.
Alderman H. T. Goodland, who waa
present as Xhe representative o'f Chilliwack, stated tbat the board of trade
and council of that city were giving
the scheme favorable consideration.
The cost of keeping an exhibit In
Vancouver was'estimated at $600 a
month, but it. was not decided to expend this sum.
Reeve Mars, Reeve Dick, of Mission,
and Secretary O. Wilkie were appointed te Interview the municipalities not
yet holding membership, while , the
boards of trade will be approached
by a committee comprised of Mr. C.
H. Stuart Wade, Mr. R. W. Hulbert
and Mr. 3. A. Cates.
Representatives from New Westminster, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Haney,
Pitt Meadows, Burnaby. Chilliwack,
Richmond, Mission City and Vancouver were present at the meeting.
Those who spoke at the banquet were
Reeve Mara, Dr. Elliot 8. Row*, Reeve
Weart, Theodore Knappen, of ths Coquitlam Terminal company, . Mr, C.
MacKensie, of the Coquitlam board of
trade, Reeve Dick asd Councillor Mor
gan, of Coquitlam. The next general
meeting will be held ln Westminster
In January. On that occasion, stated
Mr. K. Myers, the New Westmlnater
Progressive association wbuld be prepared to act the part of host.
PENSION FOR PRESIDENT?.
Andrew Carnegie will Provide $25,-
.000 for Mse Leaving White House. .
New York, No*. 22.���Future ptpai*
dents of tbo United Statea are to be
oensloned Ip the aum of $26,000 annually, by action of the, Carnegie co*-
l-wailon Of New York today.     The
The total for the week did not  ap-  *rant ia provided tor with the idea of
proaoh the average for the past two enabling former executive* W the na-
lon to devote their unique knowledge
or three, but taking into consideration
the faot tbat It was raining practically
every day, the comparison ts good.
The penults and to whom they were
Issued are as follows: J. W. Whitaker.
flve roomed house on Garfield 811*801,
$1200; Westminster Arena company,
machinery shed on Arbutus street.
$1200; R. F. Baxter, garage on Fifth
avenue, $75; Columbia Piano Houae,
alterations, $260; W. Handcock, Improvements to houae on Agnes atreet,
$100.
gained In public affairs to the public
good, free froni pecuniary care. .
A similar amount la to oe pkld to
Widows of ex-presidents aa long as
thev remain unmarried.
The pension* are to Be promptly offered to the ex-presldents or their
widows, so tbat no application wltl 'ho,
required from them. Payment Is to
be continued so long as the recipient*
"remain unprovided for by the government"
cil^jireaent. Mr. 8. J. Pearca. health
inspector, W. J. Walmsley and Dr. A
L. McQuarrie were also present whilo
the Women's Council was represented
by Mrs. S. A. Fletcher, Mrs. Patchell,
Misa S. F. Armstrong and Mrs. Barnard. M;�� Armstrong was the chief
Interrogator.
Mr. HCorr Enuis. a neighbor to Mr.
Tubman, whose house was fumigated.
and Mr. Broderick, the only outside
witnesses called, stated that the wood
shed to which the three chlldrhn were
removed while the fumigating waa be
ing done was not in a very .comfortable condition. The stove would not
burn on account of some defect In the
pipes, ,_
Miss Scott, of the Royal Columbian
hospital, presented several statements
taked fro;.: th> eldest child while, In
the hospital. These were to, the effect
that the children were fairly eomfOrt:
ab>e in'the woodshed and that Inspector Walmsley had treated them very
kindly. .
Mr. 3. J- Pearce abated that he had
informed .the children the day previous
to the fumigation as to what was going to take place and they appear* I
to be fully aware of the situation.  He
had   heen   fumlgatlsg    places    for
twenty-flve yeara,   he   declared,   snd
hsd never had an seeosatkm sueh   as
tbls brought against hlta.  Mr.Welms-
ley told how he fumigated the house
ahd atated that before he left   he
visited the children in the woodshed
and found them fairly, comfortaWe,
' Dr. a. L. McQuarrie stated that the
fumigating was not done on hi*   su-.
thority snd that he   had   not   heard
about the   case   until   several  days
after.  He did not belleye thst  It did
sny good to fumigste tot typhoid. '
Alderman Dodd explained thst Mr.'
8. J. Pearce generally took It upon
himself to supervise all the disinfect-
t��l If. ^r, VoQnarrie wa* awijr  or
could not be got.lh toaich With hahdlty.
It Would have been criminal, in   hi*
opinion to keep the children to the
houae w|��tl�� *t was being fumigated.
No other views wer* pre**!*!* akd
the Investigation therefore cl
chairman observing that the
committee would take the matter
der advisement ahd If anyone wss
found at fault they would be dealt
with accordingly.
victory. He declared that the Nationalists would support other IMrttffes eg
lhe Liberal program.
NEW POWfR COMPANY
MMfs mmm
Westminster and English Capital   ft
volved��� Will Build Largest Reservoir at Norton Lake..
��.
A power company which proposes ta*-
distribute electric power through tUa-
entire Fraser valley and tbe districts'-
surrounding   Westminster    has fm***
been formed by a syndicate compriar
lng s number of Royal City and ftac-
1 lsh. capitalists. The concern ia knows
as the Westminster Power   conn
and will make application shortly
extensive water   holdings   on
creek. Indian river, Young lake
Norton lake.
It lbs rights are granted by
government the company pro puses ;to>
baOd Urge reservoirs adjafsssg th**
hotting* The largest, which win for?
erected at Norton, lake, wltt ***** m
capacity of 10,000 -acre feet A BW "
sere feet one will be builr at Yoam:
lake, s third with a capacity ottSS'
seta feet at Ipdlan river. Ow PtmaaM'
crash another will be erected ts
troi 10 cubic feet of water per
WEALTH OFF1CER8 TO HeJLPL.
Waterways Coirnntsslosr WHI Ask AW
.    of M. D.s fot Crusade. .
Washington.      79sv.      22.-
States snd Canadian health
wfll he asked to meet the
Uossl Joint conimttrien am
st Detroit. Dec. 8, to take or tis sbb>
Ject ot sewage pollution fo '
ary rivers and lakes.
Taa Joint commfssron concW��B*_i
Mre today with Sura
���ral Rupert Blue, of the pubS
Sanrtes, and Dr. Lucian Ghana* sT��
ipppi-tmtant ot commerce and War. *s
consultation as to the scope* of��
Will Retake Pert
EU Paso, Tex., Nor. $2.���flour hundred federal relnfoWBaenta are
rushed from the Casa* Grande*
trlct today with ordersto retake I
mas, the border port which fell lsto
th* rebel hands ytfsterday.
aw*B**d tnveatifhtlou.
"Wis A*'
.... American snd CsnnduA ppsb-
vtoskmers propose to secure the epfo-
lens and suggestion* of health *Mhpy '
tp cltlee along,fhe boundkry** lH��foi
laaiy tt the ttve*tlga��on.   Tl* ��������*���'���
imlsstos will,fol* up in DlWr^
protest* made by. resident* ea tfl* 9S*-**
trott river a^W"tt*:'toothM|l
Wfo^^gloplhgr ��� I
PAGE TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.
ClassifieS Advertising   .Pi^LBsp^i
��� RATES. ���
��������������������������������*�����������
Classified���One cent per word per
slay; 4c per word per we^k; 15c per
month; 5,000 words, to bo used as required within one year from date of
contract, $25.00.
Birth    or   Marriage    Notices   50c.
Death Notice 50c or with Funeral Notice $1.00.   Card of Thanks   53c   per
I Inch.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���SUITE OF FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms. Apply 37
Agnes street.   I'hcneL638.      (128)
FOR RENT���TWO LARGE, MODERN
unfurnished housekeeping rooms,
410 Ash street (1171
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE, 615
Queens avenue. (100)
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
RKFINED YOUNG WOMAN WISHES
situation as mother's help or for
housework and plain cooking; wages
$25. Apply L. E. H. T., Box 17, Edmonds P. O. (129)
WANTED���POSITION BY YOUNG
man with store experience.- 431
Fourth street. (119)
WANTED ��� BACHELOR'S ROOM;
hot water at all hours essential; coffee and rolls morning desirable.
Within seven-minute walk of post
office.   P. O. Box 401. (102)
WANTED���ENGLISHMAN, 28, EDU-
cated, business experience, desires
position ln office or store. Apply
Daily News, Box 108.
WANTED���MAN    AND    WIFE    TO
Look  after  farm.    For  particulars
.apply to E. Mandevllle, Mandevllle
Block, corner of Sixth avenue and
Twelfth street, city. (98)
FURNISHED ROOMS BY DAY OR
week, 654 Columbia street, over
Royal bank. (115)
TO RENT���TWO LARGE AND TWO
small rooms over the News office.
Suitable for club or light manufac
hiring purposes. Will lease for two
or three year term, singly or en bloc
Apply to Manager the News,
TO   RENT ��� FURNISHED   HOUSE-
keeping rooms at 224 Seventh street.
(��D
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeplng rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9, Knights of Pythias
hall, corner Eighth street and Agnes
street. (5)
NEWS    CLASSIFIED    ADS    BRING
seller and buyer together.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE OR TO RENT���SHOE-
maker's shop at Matsqui, with full
outfit for repairing. Good business
stand. .Apply to Jens Berg, Box 586,
New Westminster. (130)
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board for the City of New
Westminster for a license to eell
liquors by retail on the premises
known as the Hotel Lytton, situate on
Front street and Lytton Square, in the
said City of New Westminster.
NORMAN D. CAMERON.
Nov/ Westminster, B.C., Nov. 22, 1912.
(182)
FOR    SALE���ON    FIFTH    STREET,
near Eighth avenue, a    new    fully |
modern  six roomed house;   full  ce-'
ment basement, furnace, flre place,;
electric fixtures; dining room panel
led; fcn lot 44x138 -leet to lane, corner and in grass.   Price $3500; $400 ,
cash, balance   $35   per   month.   In
Sapperton, on Major street, close to ,
industries   and   between   two   car
lines; two new modern five roomed
bouses, large basement,   bathroom,
��� electric fixtures, on lots 45x113 feat
to lane;    graded   street,   sidewalk,
���city water, electric light. Price
$2000 for corner house; Inside
$1900; cash $250 each, balance $2.1
per month. All of above housesare
ready for occupancy. Owners, Tiga;
A Collier, Box 567 City. (131)
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board Iur the City of New
Westminster for a license to sell
liquors by retail on the premise*,
known as the Premier Hotel, situate
on Carnarvon street nnd Eighth street,
in Hie said City of New Westminster.
JOSEPH PETERS.
New Westminster, B.C., Nov. 22, 1912
(133)
LIQUOR  LICENSE ACT.
FOR SALE���FIVE-ROOM FURNISH
ed Bungalow. All conveniences. *>X
Seventh avenue. Phone R10H,. '121)
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.
Market Square. 4
A NEWS CLASSIFIED AD WILL
eell that lot for you.   Try lt.
TEACHER    WANTED.
Wanted���Teachers for all grades in
Public SchoolB, also one teacher of
Domestic Science. Applicants are re
quested to write, stating qualifications
and salary required, and must be prepared to undergo an examination by
the School Medical Officer if required.
Applications to reach the secretary's
ofTice by noon of Monday, Nov. 25.
L. AVORY WHITE,
���Secretary, Board of School Trustees,
New Westminster, B.C. (89)
TENDERS FOR HARBOR IMPROVE
MENT.
"Sealed tenders will be received by
A. O. Powell, Harbor Engineer for tha
City of New Westminster, B.C., at his
office,    511-514    Westminster    Trust
building, until 2 o'clock p.m., Monday.
December 2, 1912,    for   upwards    of
three  thousand  linear  feet of cedar
pile quay wall construction, and one
million cubic   yards   of back   filling
with rock revetted Blope.    Plans and
.-specifications may be    examined    at
��� engineer's   temporary   office  at   room
22, 26 Lorne street, New Westminster,
��� on and after November 18.    Further
(particulars upon application. (52)
Notice ls hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board for the City of New
Westminster for a license to sell
liquors by retail on the premises
'cnown as the Hotel Windsor, situate
.n Columbia street and Begbie strtet.
n the said City bf New' Westminster.
N'ew Weatminst'
P. 0. BILODEAU
dr, B.C., Nov.
22, 1912.
(134)
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend
to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board for the City of New
Westminster for a renewal of license
lo sell liquors by retail oh the premises known as the Kings Hotel, situate ou Columbia street, in the said
City ot New Weatmlnster.
WILLIAM ORME.
New Westminster, B.C., Nov. 22, 1912.
(135)
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at tbe next sitting cf the
Licensing Board of the City of New
Westminster for a renewal of license
to sell liquors b.v retail on the premises known au tho Central Hotel, situated on Columbia street, between
Alexander ami Eighth st-eets, ln the
said City ot New Westminster.
JOS. I. FREEMAN.
Now Westminster, B.C., Nov. 22, 1912.
(136)
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
j NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the'City cf
New Westminste or a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known . as the Royal City
Hotel, situated corner of Customs
House Square anl Columbia street, i'j
the said City of New Vv estminster.
E. FALCH.
New Westminster, Nov. 15, 1912.
(85)
TENDERS    FOR    HOUSE    MOVING.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 1 I1 . M. Wednesday,
Nov. 27, R12, for moving bridge tender's house on l.ulu Island.
lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
The Schaake Machine Works, Heaps
Engineering Co. Ltd., New Westminster. B. C. (110)
TENDERS   FOR   CLEARING.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 1 P. M. Wednesday,
Nov. 27, 1912, for clearing of site of
"the proposed New Machine Works on
I/iilu Island.
Lowest or any   tender   not   necessarily accepted.
"Ihe Schaake Machine Works, Heaps
Engineering Co. Ltd., New Westminster, B.C. (Ill)
��ITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
JVotice re "Trades License By-law,
1912."
"The City Council will meet on Wed
���sesday. the 27th Inst., at 8 p.m., io
.consider the "Trades License By-law
1912."
Business people and others interest
cd are Invited to attend the meeting
and offer suggestions to the Council.
W. A. DUNCAN. Clty Clerk
sdty-Ball, Nov, 20th, 1912. (118J
INVESTORS' !! 'ESTMENT CO.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C,
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
Here's a snap. $650 cash buys a
four roomed house and large lot near
Sixth street car line. Owner leaving
the city.
Alberta street bargain���Four roomed cottage and good cleared lot. Prlc?
away down, buyers own terms.
FIRE INSURANCE:
Are you insured ? It costs but little
and makes you feel safer. Insurance
Insures sleep.
We represent only strong British
Board Companies, and shall be pleased
to tell you what it will cost you
whether you Insure or not.
INVESTORS*  INVESTMENT CO.
Firs, Accident. Plate Glass. Automobile, Burglary,  Employer's
Liability Insurance.
Eggs declined from 65 to 60 to 65
cents, wholesale, on the city market
yesterday, but the retail price, though
showing a tendency to weaken, remained stationary at tho quoted
prlfes. For the llrst time in a good
many weeks trading in the hen fruit
was dull and this in part accounted
for the weakness of the price. Tho
fact that pullet3 are beginning to la*
was also given as a reason for the
break and it Is reasonably expected
that from now on with \yJiolesale and
retail prices  will gradually shrink.
The receipts of pructically all vegetables were large though not exces
sive as was the case last week. The
buying showed little Improvement and
the vendors exporlensed considerable
difficulty in securing the quoted prices
for what few sales they made.
Practically ever chicken pen was
stacked full, but the fact that a good
many of the buyers centered their undivided attention on this end of thi
market resulted In the stocks being
practically cleaned out.
In the meat stalls pork and veal
were scarce, but no advance ln price
was recorded. Other meats were
about the average and business as a
whole was good.
The fruit showed little chingefrom
last except that the supplies were
slightly on the higher side. Pears,
crab apples have disappeared entirely,
while the grades of apples %.re changing as the season moves forward.
Fruit.
Apples, per box  85c to $1.25
Pears, per box $1.03
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Beets, per sack $1.1)0
Carrots, per sack  75r
Turnips, per sack 60o
Potatoes, per ton  $13 to $14
Vegetables. Retail.
Beets, per bunch 5c
Onions, per lb 8c
Potatoes, per sack, new v . ,75c
Carrots, per bunch 5c
Cabbage, per lb 3o
Turnips, each  5c
Egrs and Butter?
Eggs, wholesale, per dozen. 60c to 65:���
Eggs, retail, per dozen 70 to 75c
Butter, retail, per lb 40c to 50c
Butter, wholenale, per lb 30c
Flsh.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lb 15e
White Spring Salmon, per lb 8c
Flounders, per lb 10c
Sturgeon, per lb 15c
Halibut, per lb 10c
Steelhead, per lb 15c
Smelts, per lb 10c
Retail Meats.
Beef, best rib roasts 16c to 18c
Beef, loin 18c to 22c
Beef, round steak  20c
Boiling beef Wc to 14c
Veal  15c to 25c
Pork 18c to 20c
Sugar cured bacon  r 25c
Mutton 12c to 20c
Dressed Chicken, per b 25e
Wholesale Meats.
Veal, large  ���. 9c to 10c
Veal, small  13%c to 14*.
Beef, front quarter  91c to 10e
Beef, hind quarter lie to 12c
Spring lamb  15c
Mutton  10c to 12%c
Pork 12%c to 13c
Poultry.
Hens, small, per doz $6 to $8
Hens, large, per doz $8 to $10
Chickens, per doz $4 to $5.50
Broilers, per doz $3 to $4
HenB, live, per lb 17c to 19c
Olhckens, live, per lb. . . <.. .19c to 21c"
Ducks, per doz $7 to $9
Ducks, live, per lb 18c to 20c
Every Woman
^ la interested and fhoaltl know
i about tbe wonderful
Marvel ffcgi
I Ask yonr dmpglst
tt If lie cannot ��...
tbe MAItViCL, accept no
other, bat lend stamp fur Illustrated book���sealed.  It gives flil_
particulars nnd direction! Invaluable
to ladlea.WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.. Wlmlaor, Ont
I General AveuU for Canada.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Notice to Holders of Registered Agree-
���        ments of Sale.
Holders of Registered Agreements,
who have not transferred their interest, are requested to muke the Statutory Declaration, In order that   their
names may be inserted in the Annual
Voters'     Lists.     Such     Declarations
I should be In the hands of the Clerk
1 uot later than the 30lh day of November   Instant.   The   necessary   forms
may be obtained on application at the
Municipal Hall.
ARTHUR G. MOORE, Clerk.
Edmonds, B.C., November 6, 1912.
(37)
37 ACRES alder bottom land, exceptionally good quality. 1 mile
from Milne's Station. $150 per
acre, on terms.
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
To Escape Conference.
London, Nov. 22.���The Vienna cor
respondent of the Times understand'
that the Triple Alliance will sugges-
to the other European powers that
Europe as a whole should examine th,!
terms of peace treaty before Its conclusion. The object of this procedure
Is to avoid calling a European conference.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Land Registry Office,   New Westminster, B.C., November 20th, 1912.
In the matter of a certain Agreement of Sale and purchase of Lot
numbered Forty (40), in the subdivision of the easterly part of Section
Thirty-six (36), Block Four (4) North,
Range Seven (7) West, New Westmin
ster District, dated the 2nd day ot
October, 1911, and . made between
James A. McKInney of the one part
and Evans J. Davies of the other part:
Whereas satisfactory proof of
breach of covenants and of re-entry
and recovery of possession by the
vendor, James A. McKInney, has t)��en
produced to the Registrar and died in
this office.
Notice is hereby given thnt at th-*
expiration of thirty days from the daft
of service hereof, I shall cancel tli��
registration of tlie said BRreemtm'
upon the repflsters of this office, ln
pursuance of Section 150 of the "Land
Registry Act," and that publication o'
this notice for two weeks in a dailv
newspaper published at the City of
New Westminster, B.C.. Bhall be good
and sufficient service thereof.
C, S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To   Evans   J. Davies,   160    Hasting!
Street West,  Vancouver, B.C., and
Room 5, 112 \ Eighth Avenue East.
Calgary, Alberta. (124)
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cor. 6th and Columbia
LUMBER
LATH
 SHINGLES
British Canadian Lumber Corporation; Ltd.
PHONE8: SALES DEPT. 904.   MILL OFFICE 808.
Mills at Vancouver, New Westminster and  Crescent  Valley,   B.  C.
Second Hand Store
J. G. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and    second    hand
goods of all kinds.   Tools especially.
90 Mclnnes Street. Phone 1009
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK
Phone  661. Box  772.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished  free.
H. GOSSE,  Manager.
903  Dublin  Street. Phone 984.
It's the Work.
Use Your Phone.
NEW METHOD CLEANERS
WE CLEAN CLEAN
LADIES' WORK OUR SPECIALTY.
623 Clarkson Street. Phone 490.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Must sell half an acre a few yards
from Sixth Street car line, East Burnaby, for $1500; $500 cash, balance 6.
12 and 18 months.
Modern five roomed bungalow en
Eleventh avenue. $2250. Electric light
and ctty water on premises.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnsby. B.C.
The Bank of Vancouver
A general banking business transacted, drafts and letters of credit
sold payable In all parts of the world. Savings bank department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streeta
D. D. WILSON, Manager.
<;vstc*
33 Hours to Prince Rupert
41 Hours to Hazelton
"S S. PRINCE RUPERT"
MONDAYS (12 Midnight) for PRINCE RUPERT
Connecting with G. T. P. Railway for points East;  also with  S.S.
"Prince John" for Stewart, Granby Bay, Massett and Queen Charlotte
Island points���bi-weekly.
SATURDAY (12 Midnight) for VICTORIA AND SEATTLE.
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Prince Rupert and way   ports,   3rd,
13th and 23rd ef each month.
Tickets to all Eastern destinations and to Europe.
H. G. SMITH. C   P. & T. A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A. P. D.
Phone Seymour 7100.     VANCOUVER. B.C.     527 Granville Street
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re the northwest quarter of Section
35, Township 13, in the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof cf the loss of Ceritl
cate of Title Number 10N54F, Issued
in the name of John Smith, has been
filed in this office.
Notipe is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publ^cat'on hereof
In a daily newspaper published In th.��
City of New Westminster, Inane a d\ip
licate of tlie Bald Certificate, unless lv
the meantime valid objection be mad,!
to me In writing. ���
G. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,    i
I.nnd Registry OIT'ce, |
New  Westminster,  B;C,  November
15, US (85)
Tailored to Order
Suits and Overcoats
SPECIAL, ORDERS  arc what we call  the Semi-ready Suits
made to special measure 911 our five-day schedule.
We show 300 cloth patterns in large samples���with a Fashion Portfolio of
over 30 styles in Suits and Overcoats, ranging in value from $18 to $40.
The finest English weaves and fabriqs arc tailored to measure by a great
specialized wholesale organization, and you may choose the conventional or
ultra style, with any particular or different details you may fancy.
Thn is the made-to-measure proof of Semi-ready attainment in fine tailoring.
Every sample has thc selling price marked in plain figures,   v
Reid & McDonald,
New Westminster, B, C. .^
ivi Aiat.mta.it *u
8ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1012.
WESTMINSTEE DAILF NEWfl
PAGE THREE
Mrs. J. J. Johnston will receive on
the third Thursday of each month.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. V. H. C. Abbott will not receive again until the third Wednesday
In January.
��� ���   ���
MrB. James Brymner Is entertalnins
this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Tye
(Victoria).
��� * . *
Mrs. W. B. Johnston, 212 Queer's
avenue, will be at home on every
Thursday during the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doyle and family, arrived down from the north on
Saturday evening.
is' *    *
The many friends of Mr. Henry
Doyle will be sorry to bear that he ls
confined to the house with typhoid
fever. '
��� ���   ���
Mrs. E. Hamilton Hagg, 1007 Dublin
street, will receive on Tuesday, Nov.
26, and thereafter on the fourth Friday of the month.
��� ��   ���
Mrs. Henry Ramsay, Burnaby, entertained at the tea hour on Thursday
afternoon ln honor of MrB. Beauchamp Tye, of Victoria.
��� ���   ��
Mrs. N. Boultbeo, of Vancouver, and
Mlss Nichol. of Victoria, were the
guests of their sister, Mrs. M. M. English, Blackford street, on Tuesday.
.......
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hadingham left
on Monday for New York, and from
there will sail for Genoa, Italy. They
expect to be away about a year.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. M. N. Shore, and her little son.
of Merrltt, are tbe guests of Mrs.
Shore's parents, sir. and Mrs.-Dash-
wood Jones, 627 Sixth avenue.
�� ' ���   ���
Mrs. T. H. Smith returned on Saturday after a six weeks visit to Toronto,
and will receive on Wednesday, 27th
inst., and each fourth Wednesday following.
��   ���   ��
Miss Willa Jones, of Petitcodiac,
N. B., who has been visiting her Bister, Mrs. V. H. Elckhoff, of Agnes
street, for the past six weeks, left for
her home last evening on the Imperial Limited.
ama
Mrs. C. E. Doherty was hostess at a
very enjoyable luncheon on Wednesday in honor of Misa Koary. Tbe
table was prettily decorated with yel
low chrysanthemums. Covers were
laid for eight. The invited guests b%-
ing Mrs. M. M. English, Mrs. Beau-
chamn Tre iVictoria). Mrs. J. II.
Jones, Mis3 Keary, Miss McBrid-i.
Mlss Corbould   and   Mlsa   Josephine
Martin.
��� *   *
The rcs'denre cf Mr. atid Mrs. J.
Burr, 624 Royal avenue, was the scene
of a quiet wedding on Wednesday
*evenlng at 7:3(1 o'clock, when their
daughter, Martha Jane, was married
to Mr. Irving Wintemute. son ot Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Wintemute, of St.
George street. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. J. S. Henderson In
the presence of tho immediate relations. Miss Alice Wintemute, sister
of the groom, played the wedding
march. Miss Bessie Burr, sister uf
the bride, and Miss Grace Wintemute,
siBter of the groom, acted as bridesmaids, and Mr. William Burr supported the groom. Later In the evening
Mr. and Mrs. Wintemute motored to
Vancouver, and from  there will totir
the Sound cities.
���    ���   *
A very Jolly surprise party was
taken to the home of Mrs. J. C. Brown
on Thursday evening, when dancina
was kept up until the early hours of
the morning. Rushton's orchestra
supplying the music. Among thos*��
present were Mr. and   Mrs.   Stanley
Malnwaring Johnston (Vancouver),
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. Motherwell, Dr. and Mrs. .lones, Mr. and
Mrs. Eddy, Mrs. Beauchamp Tye (Victoria), Miss Drew, W*ss Rickman,
MIbs Corbould, Miss .Wright, Miss
Lewis, Mlss Warwick, Misa Josephine Martin, Mlss Pope, Miss McBride, Mi3B Nora Armstrong, Miss
Curtis, Mr. Wells, Mr. Pelly, Mr. Alf.
Johnston, Mr. Floyd, Mr. Frank Major,
Mr. Keith Macgowan, Mr. Brown
(Heney).
��   ���   ���
One of the prettiest social events
which took place during the week was
the post-nuptial reception of Mrs.
Harry Tidy, given at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Thomas Masters, 511
Eleventh street. Mrs. Tidy received
in her wedding gown, while assisting
her wero Mrs. Masters and Mrs. S.
G. Tidy. The tea was served by Mrs.
0. B. Allen, and Mre. J. R. Duncan
the coffee, by Mrs. A. D. King, and the
Ices by Mrs. George Crawford. Assisting were Misses Edna Butters, A.
Howay and Annie Tidy. Mlss Gladys
Oakly acted as usher. The rooms were
tastefully decorated with palms ami
flowers, while the coloring scheme
was white and yellow. About sixty
guests were present. Mrs. Harry Tidy
will receive every third Wednesday
of each month.
QUEEN SENDS PRESENT8.
Actress   Cousin   While    Having    No
Standing at Court Is   Recognized.
London, Nov. 22.���Queen Mary has
sent a bridal gift to MIsb Iris Fitz-
George, in whose veins flows 'royal
blood, and who will soon marry Robert Shackleton Balfour.
MIbs Fitr.-George, who has appeared
on both the amateur and professional
stage. Is a coua'n of both King and
Queen Mary; 8he Ib a grand-daughter of the late Duke of Cambridge,
who defied Queen Victoria and married Miss Fairbrother, a beautiful and
famous dancer. Queen Victoria refused her consent to the marriage, as
was necessary under the royal marriage act of 1772.
Miss Iris and her talented sister,
Daphne, a writer, have no standing at
the court of St. James, they are the
"hard luck cousins of royalty."
However, King George haa given
special permission for Mlss Iris to be
married In the Chapel Royal, St.
James Palace.
BULGARIA MAY YCT
MODIFY CONDITIONS
Cabinet Discusses Turks Rejection of
Original Proposals and Conciliatory Altitude Expected.
Sofia, Nov. 22.���The Indications today are that Bulgaria wll! adopt a
conciliatory attitude and will modify
the conditions originally offered to
the Turkish government. A- special
meeting of the Bulgarian cabinet was
held today to'consider the rejection
by Turkey of the terms of the proposed armistice. At its conclusion lt was
declared ln well Informed circles that
an Immediate resumption of hostilities was improbable.
The European powers at the same
time are exerting themeslves to in'
duce the nations composing the Balkan League to bring tlieir terms to arrange a treaty which will give them
all they have conquered, but will leave
out that which has not been conquered.
Compared with its earlier disastrous
experiences the Turkish army evidently now considers itself in a favorable
position. Military experts here see in
the temporary failure of the Bulgarian
rush into Constantinople signs of a
reaction among the invaders after
their efforts of the past month.
In view of the fact that the Ottoman
capital, even if captured, must ultimately be evacuated, ln accordance
with the decree of the great powers,
it appears that the allies have nothing to gain by insisting on the surrender of the lines which form vln
tually the gates of the city.
A battle raged today along the entire line of fortifications at Catalja.
according to dispatches from Constantinople. Tbe Bulgarians began again
their efforts to break through the
Turkish lines, but so far bave been
prevented from doing so by the fin;
of the Turkish warships.    y
The Constantinople correspondent
of the Daily Mail, in a late despatch
Bays an attempt to force the straits
will be made in an attack from the
rear on the Dardanelles forts with the
co-operation of the Greek fleet.
The flrst classes of the reserves of
six Austro-Hungarian army cprps
have been called to the colors, according to a news agency despatch from
Vienna. Three of these army corps
are stationed in the north and three
in the southeast of the Austro-Hungarian empire.
Kiamll Pasha's Philosophy.
Paris, Nov. 22.���The editor of the
Matin, who has just left Constantinople, describes a farewell visit which
he paid to Kiamil Pasha, the grand
Vizier. The old statesman was more
bent and weary than the previous
week but his eje was clear and hla
  | spirit unbroken.
i "You see I await the (jnd," he said.
Chicago, Nov. 22.���George Lane, AI- 'Hi'story will judce us but it will also
berta's cattle king, reached Chicago judge Europe, it will say if Europe
yeslerday, with a train of beef ma- lias seen in us a people to be lnstruct-
tnred on the Western Canadian ranges ed or simply a people to be exploited,
that sold to Chicago packers at $8.7.5 It will say if Bul-ope has demanded sti
to Stt.i'a per cwt. At these prices
Canadian bullocks are able to pay ex
crbitant freight charges and a duty of j est has been shown in anything
$27 per head ihat was intended to be  our spoils. ��
prohibitive; but earn $1 per cwt. netl "I hope France and England will
above the possibilities on the home not some day regret having abandon
market. j ed Turkey."
Seme  30.030  Canadian  cattle have j Greeks Oscupy Island,
crossed the boundary this season, j Constantinople, Nov. 22.���It is re-
that would not have found the ex- ported that a Greek squadron had
port outlet under normal conditions, landed troops and taken possession of
They have shown up numerously at ��� the Island of Mytilene,. The Greek,
Chicago, Buffalo, Pittsburg, New YorK commander Invited the'Turkish gover-
apd minor eastern points, but tbe ner aboard tbe flagship and demanded
movement is tapering off. AU thes-2', the surrender of the island within two
cattle would have lost heavily had! hours. The governor asked time to
they had no other outlet than the j consider and the commander refused
Canadian market, which has been bad- his request. Troops were landed, but
ly congested.   " j they met with no resistance, the weak
Mr. Lane asserts that Western Can-1 Turkish garrison retiring into the in-
ada Is full of feed, and   if the   duty  tertor.
could be eliminated. 250,000 stock cat-1 Servians' Fine March,
tie would be bought in the United I Ixmdon, Nov: 22.���The Servian
States this fall and taken up there for march to the Adriatic receives high
".nishing purposes. praise from the Times' correspondent
CANADIAN BEEF GOES
TO CHICAGO MARKET
Even    With    Heavy    Duty    Growers
Make $1  More Per Cwt. Than by
Celling at Home.
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
Our Toy Department
Is just a few steps
down from the main
floor.
LEESLIMITED
ONE MORE DAY
PICTORIAL
REVIEW
PATfERNS
Chop  Early for
Christmas.
Of the Lowest Prices on Up-to-Date Dress
Goods This Town Has Ever Seen
Peau de Sole; regular 50c for
Beautiful qualities in Satin Messaline
anil Taffetas;
*���-
regular $1.00 for
29c
69c
Tamallne Taffeta   Pongee,   silk
satin finish; regular 75c for	
and
Extra fine qualities   in   Shot   Glace
Taffetas, Figured   Foulard,   Peau   do
Soie and Duchess Satin; regular $1.2
fcr	
89c
1000 YAFiDS of dress goods
LOT NO. ..
300 yards   of   Lustres;    cream,
sky, pink, cardinal, navy, nr>
black.    Regular 45c cut     / jf
LOT NO. 2���SERGES.
40-inch wide Pristleys, all
wool, five different shades.
Regularly 75c, for	
45c
LOT NO. 3���PANAMAS.
All wool, 50 inches wide; plaids,
shepherd's    check    cash- pr*
mere,   poplin.    Regularly S \f
85c, cut to   v-Jt,
Our November Home Furnishing Sale
Is gathering force each day, bigger bills going "out, mere goods being laid aside for future    delivery    (we
store them free of charge until Christmas).
$7.75
For This Dresser
Kitchen Queens - $4.00
Kitchen Tables - $2.00
Bedroom Tables - $1.50
FURNITURE
All our cut prices on Furniture for
our House Furnishing Sale continue
for the balance of the month. But
your Christmas presents now; we hold
them for future delivery.
CARPETS
The balance of the month we will
sell���
$1.45 Brussels Carpeting at  (1.25
$1.65 Brussels Carpeting at  $1.45
$2.00 Brussels Carpeting at   $t.7S
Very special offer on Wilton Carpeting���We will make and lay any $2:59
pattern you may select at the unprecedented low price of, per yard . .$2.00
"WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE"
LEESLIMITED
i
5. many reforms as concessions from us. at San Giovnnl Di Midua, who speaks Thomas, father-in-law of Alderman G. 1
i-, It will say if for a century any inter- jn flattering terms of the stamina and j W. Kerr, was killed today while rid I
it, est has been shown in anything   but   excellent oreanizatloa of the Servian   ins on the auto hoae   waeon.   whlr>h
The
ing on the auto hose wagon, which
overturned, crushing him. The machine' got beyond control of Driver
Gibson. Fire Chief McDonald, formerly of Rossland,'bas a broken wrist.
The auto was badly damaged. A son
of the deceased.is Mr. A. M.Thomas,
CHEAM
BAKING PO
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder
t .
Dr. Wffi. Sedgwick Saunders, Medics 1 Officer of
Health of the City of London, Eng., was good
enough to say that a long and universal experience
has proved a cream of tartar powder the most efficient, safe and economical, making food which could
not be deleterious to the most delicate stomach.
In England the, sale of baking powder
containing alum is absolutely prohibited.
WHEN BUYING BAKING POWDER, READ THE LABEL.
excellent organization of the Servian
army.
Two divisions following different
routes to Alessio suffered great hardships for three days. The cold .was
intense while crossing the mountain
passes through deep snow. Then
rain began and for the  rest   of the J of Rossfend.
march the troops were soaked to the      Harry' Kingston,   a   G.   T.   P.   em
skin. 1 ployee. ls dead from the effect ot hav-
No meat could be obtained and Uns tails leg�� atwftwd. He tad tafeeu
bread, which had be brought from the I shelter under a car wben a Blast -was
base, ran short. A large number ot j being tired. The explosion started
horses died on the way, but there the car moving, and before Kingston
were only four deaths and little sick-. ��� could crawl to safety his limbs were
ness among the men. j badly crushed by the wheels.
They  were "to   hungry   on   arrival   	
thatHhe doctors prohibited meat being served for a day or two for fear
of ill effects. The men were too fatigued to undertake any new enterprises for some days.
A Belgrade despatch to the limes
says that only flve thousand prisoners
are ln the hands of tbe allies aa the
reeult of Che fan ot Monastir. The
scattered remnants of the great Turkish army are being vigorously pursued and It le reported that a large
body has been captured and a sharp
cannonade has been heard ln their
direction. j
Reuraania's Claims.
dLoJBdon,^.-Nov. 22.���Roumania' has
communicated tO- tbe Austrian Government the main outlines of her
claims ln tbe "Balkan rearrangement.
These, according to a Bucharest dispatch to the Dally Telegraph; Include
tbe rectlleatlae of the Debrudja frontier, comprising practically half ofthe
Rastchuk -quadrilateral.
In the event of the formation of an
Albanian state the whole region comprised between Monastir and Ochrida
���hall belong to Albania, ae this' district la populated by people of Roumanian origin, they to be assured Ub
ertv of religion and language.
Roumania, farther demands a concession tor a railway between the
Danube and tte Adriatic Sea, offering to advance the v*at**tr, necessary
for ita construction. '"' '>" ,x
Feeling Against Austria.
Paria, Nov, 22.���The **$*��? at mind
of the Servlaas ie qn^;*v|jfat disquietude, according to *J��W^sde despatch to the Matin. ,'#��/���. 1 display
Ota profoun^eet' ladWtMtMZ to th*
threats Pt Aul-.._
The sowtW* feeling; 7d*r��\-the cor-
responded*, may be spanned up ln
the word*!:';,'       ... ���
.��� -"w<r -tmb'tt-m'tk mtMtiWP snA
Wiu go %^.wl^:4pMMat.'ttiiwces-
sery, to'*"*-7*-"*-'"
This
report
is going
nia, Crda
la encouraged>y the
��bng ft
vinces, i^iwwadyj
Austria in behalf pf ft
which
of Boa-
pro-
sgnlnst
and the
tact that hundreds of'Serbs, Croats
and other Slav* from Austrla-Hungary
ara arriving daily st Belgrade and
enrolling themselves with the Berrien
forces.
M I ..   i     ,1 IPWII HI.,     '  I   >       *.'\
TWO    FATALITIES    AT  RUPERT.
��*��� ***a*****am**m
One Man  Killed In Hess Cart AM*
dent���Ahothsr Crushed
Prince Rupert, Not. M,-
Letters of a Slim-Made
Woiaafl fo Her Fat Sister
Second  Letter:  On the Heritage of
Over Fatness.
Dear Sis:���You've heard the adago
"Like ratter, Uke Son." Well, I
never before thought of lt applying
to overfatness until today. Clara
Moore was here wltt ker 18-year-old
boy. He is enormous���weighs nearly
300 pound a She cane to ask how I
reduced myself to my present slim
trlmnesa.
Ot course 1 ibid ber about Marmola
Prescription Tablets���How they contain exactly tbe same ingredients aa
the Marmola Prescription that took
off my fat. and assured her they were
perfectly harmless.    Said she'd    be
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $11,500,000
Reserve    $12,500,000
The Bank has 350 branches,
extending in Canada trom tbe
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throughout the island;  also ta.
New Foundland, Porto R.tao.'gla-
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Drafts issued without delay
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ters of Credit Issut d.   available
correspondents In   all   parts of
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Savings Bank D��r��rtmeat���Deposits
,.Amn. *�� ������...a, ��� ����� ���� tfcom' it *��,^�� reeel��ed In sums ot 11 and upward,
wining to buy a ton or them if they >kj i_����,__�� .il��_.�� .�� ��� _��_ ^JL* _~
did any good at all.    The boy is a i !* ����� f����� ��LV * "* "**��� m'
tremendous eater and Is too luy to  W,Bum  (wr,-#rt r*,t)-
Uke aay exercise (all fat people are).1    Total Assets over USS.MV.f
but you know I stopped starring and
cavorting long before I started to take
Marmola.
That's tte beaut}- ot this wonderful
method���It Isn't dependent upon an/
other treatment And I know I'll doing ttat boy a favor.
In a tew ssonths bell he solid, and
smooth skinned, with a better flgure
and health than ever before and he
need never again dread the extreme
obesity tbst Is now such a family
trait
If more parents tbat for 7fe they cduld
purchase a large hex eC Marmola Prescription TtfMets from their druggist
or the Marmola Co, 1119 Monroe Aye.,
Detroit. Mich.), befedltary overfatnesa-
would be a thing of tte pott   Don't
you think so? 	
Affeehmately,   BHTTT.
SB
Andrew Cten
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Corner Frant
i PAGE FOUR
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diate and the more distant exigencies
and welfare of the Empire may demand.���Toronto News.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.
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MUZZLED FOR COOD.
The day of the war correspondent
is done. There was ample evidence of
the approach of his end in the Russo
Japanese war, but the muzzling practiced by the Mikado's officers is even
more stern and effectual in the present Balkan campaign.
Times bave changed since Bennett
Burleigh, Frederic Villiers and Melton
. Prior first plied their craft and with
pen and pencil kept the world informed of the. progress of operations. The
improvement in methods of communication has marched abreast of tha
argent necessity to the combatants of
effectively concealing the disposition I
of their troops from their opponents.
���Consequently no news must leak ont. j
In addition the correspondent is being hanged by his own weight, for
���where in former days two or three
shared the fortunes of an army, the
number has steadily increased until
today, far in the rear of the Bulgarian
troops there is a corps of seventy
press representatives, who need a vast.
amount of feeding and shepherding on
.the part of their unwilling hosts. j
Bnt if the day of the military scribe.
is over, it is of interest to note that j
the present war sees an English lady
In the role of war correspondent. MiS3 |
Kdith  Mary  Durham wa3    with    tho;
Montenegrin army when the first shot'
���was fired at the Turks, but her long
residence   in   the   country   and   her
capability as a nurse are responsible
for the favor accorded her. j
She ia not the first woman war cor i
respondent, for that honoO Is held   in
our own Dominion by Mrs. Coleman,
of Hamilton, who was at the front iu
the Cuban war.
There appear.^ to be no sphere of.
action into wliich woman may not
penetrate, but it is still too early to
hope that with the elimination of the
mere male correspondent both female
competitors and the reason that both
exist may  together disappear.
Order-in-Council Creates Body of Advisory Nature���B. C. Gets Three
Members.
Ottawa, Nov. 22.���The Fisheries Department has made an important forward move in the passing of an order-
in-council authorizing the establishment of a Fisheries Board of an advisory character. Hon. Mr. Hazen
since his accession to office has had
.his attention drawn to the lack of
progress, especially on the i Atjantic
CoaBt.
Apart from fish breeding, the fisheries branch has confined itB operation to providing and enforcing regulations regarding certain fisheries,
whereas officers of the department
have represented to the minister that
encouragement can be given and development work can be done under efficient organization.
The method selected is to get in
touch with those ^engaged in the different branches of the fisheries and
the marketing of fish W appointing a
Fisheries Advisory Board to be composed in part of certain officials of
the government and in part of persona
representing those engaged in the industry. The number of the non-official members wiU be thirteen, distributed as follows:
Nova Scotia���Three: Representing
banking vessels, inshore fishermen
and fish merchants and canners. New
Brunswick���Two: One representing
the Bay' of Fundy and one the Gulf
men. Prince Edward Island and the;
Gulf portions of Quebec���One. Prairie
Provinces���One each. British Columbia���Three: One for the canners, ono
for tbe salmon fishermen and one for
the deep sea men.
The official members will be tho
Deputy Minister, Superintendent cf
Fisheries, Assistant Superintenden*
an expert in fish curing ar.d handling
and the Comui'ss'oner of Fisheries.
Tliere will be three committees who
usuallv will meet semi-annually before the opening and after the clos>
of the season.
The board will meet once a year.
The Atlantic Committee will convene
In Ottawa the first Tuesday in April
nnd October ;the Prairie Committee
on the second, and-the British Columb'a Committee on the third Tuesday
cf these months. Members of the
board will receive per diem allow-
Hiic.es but no salary, its functions will
be advisory and it is expected that as
a result of its advice an advanced policy can be adopted.
Th** appointment rf members will
be made at an early date.
BUILD CARS -ERE 1
Editor, Westminster Daily News:
Sir���This letter is not prompted by
any spirit of opposition to the B. C.
E. R.'Co., but by the spirit of "Fair
Play" alone.    When a person or corporation has the means, both   brains
and brawn can be engaged for a price.
.   The B. C. E. R. is seeking by every
means in their power to obtain valuable franchises throughout B. C, bul
they  are placing orders   in   another
country for cars by the hundreds, it
would seem to indicate an utter aban-
j denment of ordinary business fairness,
] as well as a lack of foresight, because ,
the day of hood-winking an Intelligent
electorate is about over, an<L��only by
(the  adoption  of the  principals  of a
I "Square Deal" need the   B. C. E. R.
I Co., or any othe,r corporation expect
1 to get much/from any city or municipality.
There Is absolutely no excuse fo.-
not building all their cars in the districts from which they get their franchises, because every requisite���de-
j signer, draftsman, foreman, mechanic
and material are as ready available
here as in any city In America,
France, Germany or Britain; all they
have to do Is pay for them at a reasonable rate.
D. C. PATTERSON.
Edmonds, Nov. 22, 1912.
A   VIRILE   EMPIRE.
CUT OUI MIDDLEMEN
SAY FRUIT GROWERS
The poet writes cf nations molted
from power's high pinnacle, of kingdoms shrunk to provinces, and of
ehains ihat clank over Bceptred cities.
Their sceptre broken and their sword
in rost have yielded to the stranger.
"'Empty halls, thin streets and foreign aspects" sadden the visitor, and
proud historic deeds are shrouded in
forgetfulness. History abounds with
fallen states and buried greatness, and
with lost empires formerly "the mightiest in command." Once great peoples
have passed because in the late time
of test they proved recreant to the
traditions of their forefathers.
Not so England! Her thousand
years of freedom and freedom-giving
are not done. She is still the protector of the oppressed, the patient tutor
of backward peoples, the instructor in
���free government to young democracies, the messenger of civilization to
tar comments and the isles of the sea.
'The British Empire abuts upon every
ocean and marches with the boundaries of many nations. British ships
carry half the world's commerce, the
Kngiish language lias become a world
tongue, und English literature the
bearer cf culture to the earth's ends.
<fiar Anglo-('e,lie-Norman race is
still as vigorous as In the days when
it gave birth to Shakespeare and
flmw off the Spanish armada. It Is
still as Tirile as iu tlie centuries when
it checked the generals of IjouIs XIV.,
and hurled Napoleon from power In
���.oriier that England. Europe and tha
world might still be free and grow in
freedom. The people of the British
��slr.s lead the world in missionary en-
���deavor, and in their largely unselfish
services to Christendom and go-called
heathendom. To whatever continent
and to whatever climate the traveler
rocs he flnd eduealed Englishmen,
Scotchmen, Irishmen and Welshmen
performing with a curiousity unostentatious sense of duty the larger tasks
-*Pl the world's woTk., At home In the
British Isles a yet Sturdy people as-
���sumi-s yearly increasing burdens for
the Empire's saTety. In the oversea
/ dominions their patriotism and their
loyalty to the traditions of the race
have lit a flame which cannot be
Quenched by any untimely over-emphasis of autonomy,
This flame ha.s caught up Canadian
Liberal    and   Canadian    Conservatlvo
alike, and the more generous the Borden    Government's   response   to   the
present     Imperial     emergency     the
stronger will be the wave or approval
' that wiR sweep across   a prosperous
and loyal Dominion.   The great mass
'Of Canadians glory in their privilege
-a* British  citizens and In traditions
.pt an asc-long but still yottog Empire.
Ontario    Depar'mpjjt    oi    Agriculture
. >     ���= v<"':'
Would Establish Warehouses and
Sell to Consumer.
Portage La Prairie, Man., Nov. 22 ���
Alex. Earle, western market commissioner of the Ontario department of
agriculture, is in the city gathering
Information regarding the fruit trade
The department Is endeavoring to get
the eaiatern producers and western
consumers closer together in order
that the former can get a better price
for the fhiit and the latter will not
have to pay so much.
It is likely that a system of storage
houses will be established at principal
centres In the pralrle provinces in
which stocks will be kept and sold direct to the retailers, or to the consumers at a fixed price.
This will eliminate the several mid
dlemen who now seem to get a slice
of the difference between $1 a barrel
In the grower's orchard and the $5.50
in the Manitoba home. The Doukhobor fruit growers In British Columbia
have already bought sites In several
western centres for warehouses, with
the intention of selling their fruit direct to consumers.
It was thought that with their communistic methods they will capture
the trade of the pralrle provinces, as
In their case there will be no middlemen lo milk both ends.
MORE TROUBLE EOR
PREMIER ASQUITH
Customs   Clause   of   Home   Rule   Bill ,
May Be   Rock on Which  Government   Splits.
London,   Nov.   22.���There   will   ba j
more trouble for tho Asquith govern- |
ment on Monday when the Home Rub
Bill will come up again in committee.
There will not have to be a snap divi-1
sion either to defeat the government i
if all that is predicted comes true. The
guillotined debate next week  will  bs!
on the customs clauses of the Government of Ireland BUI, which is the of-1
ficial name of whal is most likely to j
prove the epitaph of the Asquith government.
Suppose  British Cclumb'.a  were  to
be allowed to fix her own tariffs and
ignore those of the Dominion.    What j
would  Alberta  ancl   Ontario,   without
such powers, yet in the same federa- :
tlon.   say?     Substitute    Ireland   for,
British Columbia and Wales and Scot-
laud for Alberta and Ontario, and you
have the situation as Premier Asquith
proposes to liave it under clause 13 of
the Home Rule Bill.
There are seventy government mem
bers    pledged    to   vote   against   this I
clause.      Some of tho  Laborites are
looking at it askance, and if you are
to believe all you hear in the lobbies. |
where   so   manv   political   deflections
have  been   laid  but     never  hatched, |
there is going to be a critical time fori
Premier Asquilli, much more ejtcltinjl
aud close than the une\pected   snap
division.    There Is a Gilbcrtian situation  in  a government,  which  after a
defeat Bcored a majority of SIS to 20T
of au  amended  clause,  and .which  Is
expected  to  be  beaten  again   on   tha
nexl A* rious vote.
And there is a Gilbert and Sullivan
e:tplauttlon for the government keei>-
ing Its head above the troubled waters
of present day politics In the words ot
lhe soldier who night after, night I
guards the lonely courtyard of the'
House of Commons in "Iolanthe" and
soliloquizes wonderlngly:
"That ever boy and every girl.
That's hern Into this world alive,
Is either a little Liberal
Or else a little Conservative."
There were onlv two parties In the
House wh��n Strephon and the fairies
invaded Its sacred precincts; there
are only two parties now���Liberal ami
Conservative.    If the  l^aborities   and
"RONNIE BURR" in her itinerary has not yet taken in New
Westminster, so she will not appear at THE POPULAR
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and see.
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We are out of the High Rent District.
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We have the LOWEST prices FOR GOOD GOODS in Westminster.
We have the Most Courteous and Attentive Salesmen you
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We are after you with a long stick called VALUE.
We have all the best' makes for you selection.
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the Nationalists and the Socialists
ally themselves wilh either they be
come of that party. And the trouble
is lliat ewhen lt comes to a crisis
every little Liberal, seeing his part;,
at stake does just as lhe discerning
guardsman sings later: "Votes just
as their leaders tell 'em to." That is
what the Conservatives fear will happen on Monday. Those 70 recalcitrants will be found In the "ayes'
when the teller counts the division on
Monday���lf It Is necessary to count 11
at all.
HOME    RULE    AMENDMENT,
Many Offered in Committee But All
Are Turned Down by Majorities.
London, Nov. 22.���During the com-
mttte Btage of the Home Rule bill fast
night, Mr. Looker Lampoon moved an
amendment providing that all, Irish
revenues,' exclusive of those raised by
taxes, Should be paid into Hie imperial Exchequer. The proposal was defeated by a majority of 177.
Another amendment, moved hy Mr.
Worthlngton Kvans. proposed an Irlsn
contribution to tihe Imperial Exchequer equal to one-thirtieth of the
total expenditure. This was defeated
by 156.
Mr. Hayes Fisher proposed that the
Imperial grant to the Irish Exchequer
should be subject to a reduction whenever the Irish detlclt In taxation
should increase. The motion was defeated bj�� a majority of 138.
The final amendment was rejected
by 156. In this the member for Hereford sought to provide that thn coStlo
tbe Imperial Exchequer of the Irish
servioes should be nettled by the British House of Commons, Instead of by
a joint Exchequer Board, un Independent body.
Over a dorrn amendments were
guillotined bf the closure.
roain  Plans Big  Loan.
Madrid,   Nov.   22.���Everything   has
been  arranged  here  for the  floating
of a new Spanish loan with which to
develop railways, strengthen the army
and  proceed  with the revival  of the
navy.   The terms have been arrange'! j
with   lhe  Ministry   of   Finance,   and I
nothing remains except the  decision I
as   to   the   securities,   certain   public |
funds  being under  consideration   for
that purpose.    Following a successful
issue,   in   which   British   loan  houses
are expected   to   participate   heavily,
big orders for railroad, military and
naval material will be placed abroad.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1612.
WESTMINSTSS DAIL7 NEWS
PAGE FIVJ
LOCAL SPORTSMEN
WELCOME VISITORS
Waratahs Delighted with Reception in
British  Columbia���Entertained
at Luncheon and Mills.
"Sportsmen to the core." That was
the impression that the visiting Australian rugby team gave to the many
citizens who assisted In entertaining
tbe Waratahs yesterday morning and
afternoon in New Westminster.
This dismal weather, the Antipodes
of what they are accustomed to in
the land of the Southern Cross, has
not dampened the ardor of the visitors
one wit and on all sides they expressed themselves well pleased with the
reception that has been accorded them
while in British Columbia.
The special car of the B. C. E. R.
carrying the rugby players and sever
al Vancouver sportsmen arrived in the
city yesterday morning at 11:3)
o'clock, and, together with many New
Westminster people, the party adjourned to the Royal cafe where an
informal luncheon was enjoyed.
In the absence Of Mayor Lee, Rev.
J. S. Henderson, whose love for amateur sports ts well known, held down
the chair. The honor of welcoming
the visitors on behalf of the city fell
upon the shoulders of Aldermen Wells
Grey and A. E. White, and each aoc
���quilted himself in an able manner.
Alderman Gray touched upon athletics
in the Royal City,, while Alderman j
White, ln a more serious vein, discoursed on the possibilities of better j
relations between the colonies and
the consolidation of the empire.
Responses were made by Dr. Otto'
Dohrsman, manager of thc tour, and
Captain Prentice, of the Waratahs. Dr.
Bohrsman also touched upon imperialistic possibilities between Canada and
Australia, stating that while they had
enjoyed their stay in California, it was
a pleasure to all to be once more upon Hritish soil.
The luncheon ended with the war
chant of the Waratahs and the singing
of the National Anthem.
Later in the day the visitors were:
taken over the Fraser Mills nnd saw
for .themselves how lumber ts manufactured from the rough state to the
finished product they receive by ship
board in fKe southern colony.
The arrangements for the visit
were excellently laid by Mr. T. D.
Sherriff. and among other followers
of amateur sport in the city tlier-r
wero present to entertain the gueati
Messrs. A. B: I.loyd, A. M. Marcon. L.
W. Railton. H. Turney, i'.. Biggs, Dun-
canson, of the Westminster Rugby
club, and Messrs. L. Avory White, F.
A. Rose, Railton and others.
It was unfortunate that one of the
visitors should have occasion to remark upon the facl that other patrons
ln the cafe omitted to stand when the
National Anthem waa played. As an
Australian he failed to understand lt.
that ls shattered now and two of their
stars, Prodgers and Oatman, are
speeding on tlieir way to the sunny
climes of the Pacitic slope.
Pitre and l.avolette are also coming, and these four will make one
mighty hole In the teams of the N.
H. A.
Contract jumping is���to say the
least of It���unsportsmanlike, and tho
sooner it ends the better will it be tor
all professional games. Maybe tbe lacrosse magnates of the Big Four wll!
take due note of these occurrences, towards whose removal a national com
mission would go far.
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TODAY'S SPORT CARD.
Soccer.
City School League���
Lord Kelvin vs. Richard McBride, at Sapperton, 10 o'clock.
John Robson   vs.   St.   Louis
college, Moody park, 9:15 a.m.
Herbert   Spencer   vs.   High
school, Moody park, 10:15 a.m.
Senior League���
Rovers vs. Westham   Island,
second round Westminster cup,
Moody park, 2:45.
City League-
Moose vs. Sapperton, Sapperton park, 2:30.
Rugby. ���
All   Britisli    Columbia    vs.
Waratahs, Brockton Point, Vancouver, 2:45.
staging of such games on Moody
square, which is more in the nature
of an athletic ,ground. Thus Queens
park would be left free to everyone.
Taking time by the forelock, the
B. C. E. R. ls preparing for such a
move, and, with the laying ot the
switches at the corner of Twelfth
street and Sixth avenue, wlll be In a
position to commence work at any
lime on a new car line along Sixth
avenue whloh would be capable of
handling tbe crowds that attend the
lacroBse and other games.
So far the plans are in a tentative
form, and. perhaps the occasion will
not arise for several months, or even
longer before such a move by the company is necessary.
PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
FOUR TEAMS ONLY
IN HOCKEY LEAGUE
Arena Company Favors Scheme   ana
Will Put Up Trophy���Sapperton
Wants Team.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
ROUTS MILITIAMEN
104th Regiment Boys Decisively   Defeated by Students In Basketball
Games Last Night.
Tbe lithe Columbian college boys
proved a little too mucb for the 104th
men In the basketball game in the col
lege gymnasium last evening, the
final score being 55 to 12. Despite the
fact that the college piled up the
points pretty high the game was not
devoid of excitement and the losers
made several gallant efforts to stop
the ever forward rush of the students.
Wheeler and Smith were the stars
on the home side, while Munn mado
the highest score for the 104th. The
line-ups were: Marwood, Smith, Wheeler, Cameron and Hoult for the college; Connor, Oxenbury, Munn, Loug-
beed and McKay for the 104th.
'The soldiers were also defeated In
the curtain raising event in which
two intermediate teams clashed, the
snore being Columbian college 25,
104th 5. The players were: W. Mortison. M. Mortison, Corbett, Neuvls and
Smith for the 104th; Crowe, Manson,
Mor-��> Cooper aud Kaley for the
students.
Four teams will be plenty for the
Amateur Hockey league, according to
Secretary Ed. Savage, of the Westmin
ster Arena company, when interviewed by a committee from tbe league
yesterday morning. This number wa3
predicted early in the week when thJ
league came Into being, and- it wlll
take some ticklish handling to prune
tbe number of teams down to the required quota.
The Beavers will be almost certain
to be on the list, while the Sapperton
boys are anxious to also get into the
race. Sport follows business tn the
easl end of the city, and taking the
support given to football and lacrosse
by the Sapperton people, a hockey
septette would raise some enthusiasm
in the battle for the city champion
ship.
While nothing definite waB given
out by Mr. Savage, it Is well under
*tood tbat the company, look with
favor upon the idea of an amateui
league in the city and will do all ln
heir power to foster the sport.
Mr. Charles A. Welsh, president of
rhe company, when Interviewed lasl
-veniiig, stated that the company
would put up at least one cup to be
played for and perhaps more.
Another meeting ot the league will
be held in the city hall next Tuesday
evening, when permanent olllcers will
be elected and a decision arrived at as
to the teams.
PAPERS TAKE SIDES
ON NAVAL QUESTION
British   Press   Comment   on   Speech
From Throne at Opening of Canadian  Parliament.
London, Nov. 22.���Today's papers
give prominence to the opening ofthe
Canadian parliament. The Daily Telegraph (Unionist) has a spirited editorial directing attention to the cosmopolitan nature of Canada's population,
despite which she wishes while being
a mistress of her own house, to remain still a daughter of the Empire
and enjoying the privileges, she ls
now claiming a share of the responsibilities of the Mother Country. Canada, by her declaration of naval policy, says the Telegraph, advanced the
movement towards Imperial unity.
The Daily Graphic (Unionist! says
the emergence of the German navy
has completely changed the Dominion's point of view. They previously
considered they had done ail to be
expected of them in contributing towards local defense. The Morning
Post (Unionist)- Is certain that Hon
Louis Coderre's victory shows that
Premier Borden has the support of
the people in his naval proposals.
The Pall Mall Gazette (Unionist)
says the whole movement for Empire
defense and union will be ruined if
the Canadian ships are absorbed into
the home guard and kept clamped to
the North Sea and the Mediterranean.
The Canadaian and the other dominions are conscious of other clouds
no bigger than a man's hand and will
expect their own ships to defend their
own interests. The Manchester Guardian (Liberal) regrets that the Cana
dlan naval contribution should be regarded as an answer to an emergency.
"It is foolish 'and wrong," says the
Guardian, "to extend the scare with
which we are overfed at home to the
dominions."
three  widely  separted columns,  ultimately converging at Urga.
The flrst will start from Ninghai,
Kansu province, marching by way of
Uliassantia, Mongolian, the second
from Kalgan, by way of Chahar, the
third from southern Heltung Kiang.
A large number of troops are already
massed.
War Agitation Strong.
Hongkong, Nov. 22.���The Mongolian war agitation ls strong in the
south. Ten thousand persons attended
a meeting at Canton, whicb favored
vigorous measures. Hongkong merchants and others are providing a war
fund.
An outbreak is expected In Kwang
Tung and Yunan within three weeks.
Bandit Wong Wo Shun is in command
of fifteen thousand desperadoes, con
trolling the province of KWang Si.
CITY THEATRE
D. BRAY, Manager.
Program for Today.
THE 8HIP OF LIONS
Drama���Amb.
PLAYING TRUMPS
Comedy���Solas.
8TORY OF A WALLET
Drama���Nestor.
TWEEDLE DUM A3 A STRIKEBREAKER
The Handless Man���Comedy.
MAKING GOOD
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Gent's or Ladles' plain Suits cleaned
and pressed      $1.50
Gent's or Ladles' plain Suits pressed
only   50c
Gent's and Ladies' Overcoats cleaned
and pressed $1.25
Four club suits per month $1.50
All other prices reduced accordingly. Orders called for and delivered promptly.
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Mix With the Bunch
THE KING'S HOTEL HA8 THE
Finest Pool Tables In the City
AU the latest news in the sport line.
English football results   and   league
standings.
John   Hotchkles
PROPRIETOR.
King's Hotel. Columbia Street.
CHINA PREPARING
TO HOLD MONGOLIA
'Stop Foreign  Invasion"  Is War Cry
of Army���Anitation   Strong  In
South.     ��
If you read THE NEWS
you get all the'news.
NOTICE!
Burnaby Street Lighting System
. Owing to the large extent ot territory covered by the Burnaby
street lighting system, lt is impracticable to thoroughly maintain a
night patrol to observe tbe condition of the lamps.
Residents In this municipality are requested to co-operate with
this company in providing the best possible public service from the
street lighting system. Whenever lamps are noticed to be not lighted
prompt special action will be taken to remedy the conditions upon report being sent to the Light and Power Department of the Company's
office in New Westminster, Phone 401, or the Light and Power Department, Vancouver, Phone Seymour 5000.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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Chicago, Nov. 2'i.���A special dispatch to the Chicago Dally News today from Canton, China, says:
"The governor-general has designated Lieutenant-General Chang Wing
Mong, commander of the Cantouest
force going to Mongolia to hold thn
territory for the republic. Red Cross
societies are preparing to follow the
army.
"Let ub fight and end once for all
these foreign invasions,' Is the war
cry that bas been raised in Canton. An
anti-Russian society opens headquarters here tomorrow."
Will March In Three Columns.
London, Noy. 22.���The Pekin correspondent of the Telegraph says, tha
news Is confirmed that the Chinese
Mongolian expedition will advance In
8PORT COMMENT.
In Hockey Circles.
The magnates of the National
Hockey association are beginning to
realize the mistake made when tbey
turned down the offer of the Patrick
brothers to form a hockey commission
which would control the professional
game In the Dominion,
Tliey figured ou the old saying "a
bird ln the hand ts worth two in tho
bush," tind one enn just Imagine them
laughing np their sleeve when Sammy
l.lclitcnhel'i slipped one over the coast
r-rcrnls and still kent hold of Harry
Hyland and Ernie Johnson.
They were given their chance to
form a .body of control, but that
chance has now slipped by,
Their, troubles have only Just started. The Quebec tettm was supposed
to %e the first to be signed up, but
Installing Switches fer Sixth-Avenue
Tricks���Moody Par'.; May Be
Scene of Lacrosse Games.
A "upg of B. C. B. R. "Vkraen yesterday Btarted laying the diamonds at
tue corner of Twelfth street aod
Si>-t".i avcuue for the purpose of connecting the Central Park line wtth
tbat of the Edmonds and Sixth stree<
tracks.
The contractors engaged ln paving
Twelfth Street, left an open space al
this corner, to tbe wonderment of
passers by, but tbeir object was explained yesterday when the switches
were placed on the ground ready foi
Installation. This work wlll be rush
ed through so as to enable the Hassam
company to complete lis contract.
The car lino along Sixth avenue,
while It has been mooted for some
little time, was thought to be a dead
Issue, but the object tbe company has
lu constructing this 'oop was explained to a Westmln j; >r Dally News representative yesteriiii;.- morning by a
well known person who is acquainted
with the situation.
For some littlo time there has been
a feeling In the city that Queens
park should be open at all times tc
the residents of New Westminster
��� and that the park should not be closed
j nevcni 1 Saturdays In the summer when
lacrosse games wore being played.
There has always been a question
as to whether any organization out
side the R. A. & I. society could close
the park to any who refused to pay
I the usual admission to the lacrosse
games, and while this has not been
tested In the courts, lt ls understood
that plans are being prepared for the
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AL. W. GILLIS, manager.
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PAGE   SIX
WESTMINSTEB DAILY  NEW8
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912..
"Our Personal Advice
to all Skin Sufferers"
F, J. McKenzie, Druggist.
i    We have been In business   In thi3
{Changes for this column must   be town for some time, and we are ipok-
left at, or telephoned to, this offlce by j ing to bulM up trade by always advl3-
6 p.m.'on Fridays.   The   omission   of
any church notice from this column
indicates tbat
aupplied.)
no details have been
lng our patrons right.
So when we tell yon that we have
found the effective eczema remedy,
you can depend upon it that we give
our advice, not in order to sell a few
bottles of medicine to skin sufferers,
but because we know how it will help
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY j our business if we help our patrons.
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum, j -yje keep in stock and sell' all the
M. A., rector; Uev. George A. Ray, M. wejj kn0wn skin remedies. But we
A., assistant curate. 8 a.m., Holy! wm say this. If you are suffering
Communion; 11 a.in.. Matins, Litany from any kind of skin trouble, eczema,
and sermon; 2:30 p.m., Sunday school; psorjasjs, rash or tetter, we want
7 p.m.. Evensong without sermon, \ you t0 try a f���jj Bize bottle of D. D. D.
cantata "A   Song   of   Thanksgiving'' j Prescription
will be repeated.
ST. BARNABAS CHURCH, 436
Tenth street���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
M.A., rector. Matins, Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a.m.; Evensong
and sermon, 7 p.m.; Snnday school,
2:30 p.m. Club meets Wednesdays at
8 p.m.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Church of
England), Sapperton���ltev. Frank
Plaskett, M.A., vicar. Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; Matins and sermon. 11
a.m.; Evensong and sermon, 7 p.m.;
Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.; Continuation class 3:30 p.m.
ST. ALBAN'S CHURCH (Anglican),
East Burnaby���Rev.    David    Dunlop,
rector.    Matins and   Holy   Eucharist
11 a.m.;   Evensong and sermon- at 7 .
p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. j
ST.    HELEN'S    CHURCH,    South I
Westminster���Rev.    C.    J.    L'lons.d,
rector.    Matins, 10:30   a.m.;    Sunday
school. 2:30 p.m.;  Evensong and sermon, 7 p.m.   The church is five min- 1
utes'  walk from  South Westminster
station, on the B. C. E. lt. Chilliwack i
line.
ST.   ANDREWS   PRESBYTERIAN!
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor.   Ser-1
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class    at   2:30 p.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St
Rev. M. G. Meivin, B. A., minister.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class, 2:30
p.m.; Guild, Monday, 8 p.m. Subjects:
7 p.m., "The Job Problem."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN, Sapperton���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M.A., minister. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Bible Class 1:30 p. m.; Sabbath
school at 2:30 p. m.; Y. P. Guild
Monday, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday, 7:30 p.m.
ST. AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
avenue���Rev. R. Wallace Collins. BA,
pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Guild Tuesday 8 p.m. Sunday school,
2:30 ?.m.
QUEENS AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W. W. Abbott, B.A., B.D., pastor
Services 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p. .m.; Young People's
meeting. Monday, 8 p. m.; Prayer
meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Subjects:
11 a.m.. "Tlie Parable of the Sower";
7 p.m., "The Deceilfulness of Sin."
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST ���
Rov. W. S. A. Crux, B.A., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m.; prayer and praise
service Wednesday at 8 p.m. Subjects:
11 a.m., "Keeping lhe Altar Fire Burning"; 7 p.m., "Tho Place of Real
Liberty."
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev
E. D. Braden. pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. The pastor will
preach at both services.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev. W. C.
Frank, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m.; Sunday school and Bible
class at 2:30 p.m.
FREE METHODIST, Eighth St.���C.
S. McKinley, pastor. Love Treat,
9v45 a.m.; preaching, 11 a.m. and
7:45 p.m.; Sacrament, 12 noon; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.; praise service,
7 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH���Corner of Seventh street and Queens
avenue. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. B.
Y. P. II., Monday, 8 p.m. Prayer mooting Wednesday, 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.:
Sunday school and Bible class 12 toi
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST���Service will be held at 3 p.m. by Hev.
D. O. Macdonald, B.A. Sunday school
at 2:30 p.m.
EDMONDS BAPTIST���Opening services: 11 a.m., Rev. li. H. West, president of Baptist convention; 3 p.m..
Rev. J. Willard Litch. B.A., Vanoouver; 7 p.m.. Rev. N. A. Harkness, M.A.,
of Grandview.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, corner of Seventh
street and Hoyal avenue���Rev. C. E.
Wincott, rector. "The I,ow Churcn."
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class at 2:80
p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30
p.m. Celebration of 28th anniversary.
Special sermons by rector.
SALVATION ARMY, Ensign Stickles and Lieutenant Manning���Harvest
festival at 11 a.m.,, 3 p.m. and 7:30
p.m., in the   citadel,   Eighth    street.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ��� Services
are held ln the hall, corner Fifth
etreet and Eighth avenue, at 11 a.m.
every, Sunday. Testimony meetings
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST, or Christians���at tent, 216 Durham street, between Second and Fourth streets. Services: Preaching and Communion, il
a.m.; preaching, 2.30 and'7.30 p.m.
Again and again we have seen how
a few drops of this simple wash, applied to the skin, takes away the Itch
Instantly. And the cures all seem to
be permanent.
D. D. D. Prescription made by the
D. D. D. Laboratories of Toronto, is
composed of thymol, glycerine, oil of
wintergreen and other healing, soothing, cooling ingredients. And if yew
are just crazy with itch you will feel
soothed and cooled, the itch absolutely-
washed awuy the moment you apply
this D. D. D.
We have made fast friends of more
than one family by recommending
this remedy to a skin sufferer hero
and there and we want you to try it
now. (131)
street to 470 feet west.
Knox street, All.
Cedar street, All.
Buchanan avenue from Hospital street
to Sherbrooke street.
Blair avenue from Hospital street  to
Sherbrooke street.
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported tto the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said Bylaw upon the said works
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the City Engineer and
City Assessor having been adopted by
the Council.
Notice ts hereby given that the said
reports are open for inspection at the
Office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
B. 0.i and that unless a petition
against   the    proposed   works   above
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS fURNISHED
age  Scheme,  to  which the  following
area is tributary:
Columbia street, Cumberland street to
Braid street.
Keary street, Columbia street to Brunette street.
NeUon street All.
Spruce street All.
Sherbrooke street, Columbia Btreet to
Fader street.
Major street, Columbia Btreet to Fader
street.
Braid street, Columbia street to Fader
street.
Fader  street,   Sherbrooke   street   to
Braid street.
Kelly   street,   Sherbrooke    street  to
Braid street.
Brunette Btreet,   Columbia   street   to
Keary street.   .
And that the said works be carried
out In accordance with the provisions
of the "Local Improvement General
Bylaw, 1912."
And the City Engineer and City As
sessor having reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said Bylaw upon the -said works
giving     statements      showing     the
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strictly confidential. M. Broten, Room 6, Merchant I'wnk Bldg.   Phone 715.
FRATERNAL.
L. O. O. M., NO. 854���MEET3 ON
first, second and third Wednesdays
in each month in K. of P. hall at
8 p.m. II. J. Leamy, dictator; J. 11.
Price, secretary.
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
i GO TO
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
mentioned signed by a majority of tho amounts estimated to be chargeable
owners of the land or real property to against the various portions ot real
be assessed as ch rged in respect of I property to be benefited by the said
such works representing at least one-1 works and other particulars and the
half in value thereof ls presented to   said reports of the City Engineer and
the Council within fifteen days from
the date of the first publication of this
notice the Council will proceed with
the proposed improvements under
such terms and conditions as to the
payment of the cost of such improvements as the Council may by By-law
in that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment.
Dated  this 12th day of November.
A. D��� 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date   of   first   publication,   Nov.   13,
1912. -       (68)
CITY    OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
BOILERS
Riveted Steel Pipes
BURIN OIL
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P.  O.  BOX 442
TELEPHONE   324
SYNOPSIS
OF  COAL   MINING
GULATIONS.
RE- i
COAL MINING rights or the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and in a por
tion of the province of British Columbia, may be leased ior a term Sl twenty-one years at an annual rental of
Jl an acre. Not more than 2.560 acres
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Asent or Sub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions ot sections, and in uv.aurvey-
ed territory the tract applied tor shall
��� be staked out by the applicant   himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at tlie rate
of five ce.nts per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity oi
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated such returns should be furnished at least
dnce a year.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee will be
permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered
necessary for the working of the mine
at the rate of $10 an acre.
For full Information application
should 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.���Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement v ill not be paid
for.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
��� W* have no'liot air to peddle;
just', legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
WE   HAVE
LOTS
Local  Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that it
Is desirable to carry out the following
works, that is to say: To lay Main
Sewers, Laterals and Connections and
works contingent thereto in Section 2,
A. District, of the   Sapperton   Sewer-
City Assessor having been adopted by
the Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the said
reports are open for inspection at the
Office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia Street, New Westminster,
B. C, and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners of the land or real property to
be assessed as charged ln respect of
such works representing at least one-
half ln value thereof ls presented to
the Council within fifteen days from
the date of the flrst publication of this
notice the Council will proceed with
the proposed improvements under
such ternis and conditions as to the
payment of the cost of such improvements as the Council may by By-law
ln that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment.
Dated this 12th day of November,
A. D., 1912.
*        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Date of first publication November 13,
1M2. (69)
O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., ls held every Monday night at 8 o'clock ln Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street VisKing brethem
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Merrithew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretory.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrister-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 552 Columbia.
Btreet, New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices,
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN ft CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Guichon block, New Westminster. Geerge E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
The Municipal Council of the City of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that it is desirable to carry out the following works, that is to say: To lay Outfall and Trunk Sewers and works contingent thereto In Section 2, of the Sapperton Sewerage Scheme, fo which
the following area is tributary:
District A.���
Columbia Street from Cumberland Street to Braid Street.
Keary Street from Columbia Street -o Brunette Street.
Nelson Street, AIL
Spruce Sireet, All.
Sherbrooke Street from Colnmbia  Street to Fader Street,
Major Street from Columbia Street to Fader Street.
braid Strr;t front Columbia Street to Fader Street.
Fader Street from Sherbrooke Street to braid Street.
Kelly Street from Sherbrooke street to Braid Street.
Brunette Street from Columbia Street to Keary Street.
ON
Lulu  Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868.
Room 4 Traoo Block
Phone R524 619 Hamilton St
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
8ewer Connecting,
Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.
���CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Winter Schedule
7:55 for Toronto and Nicola branch.
14:00 for St. Paul    and    Kootenay
points.
18:20 for Agassiz Local.
19:55 for Imperlal   Limited,
real and Okanagan points.
Mont
particu-
For reservation and other
FIRST     SWEDISH      LUTHERAN; lar8 aPP'y t0  EI)   Gom,KT. A
OHURCH, St. Andrews and Eleventh] w-.imi-..
atreets.-Qeorge N. Anderson, paator.1 New Westminste.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.M.     Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Water*,   Aerated Wateri
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone R  113   Offlce:  Prlncens 8t
' Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.      Barn Phone 137
Bagble Btreet.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OF NEW WESTMIN8TER. B.C
CITY    OF    NEW    WE8TMINSTER.
Local   Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the City of
Now Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that tt Is
desirable to carry out the following
works, that Is to say: To lay Main
Sewers, Laterals and Connections and
works contingent thereto In Section 2,
B. Dlstrlfet of the Sapperton Sewerage
Scheme, to which the following arealB
tributary:
DeBeck street from  Cemetery  street
to Columbia street.
Strand street from Cemetery street to
Columbia street.
Alberta street from  Richmond   street
to Columbia street.
Simpson street from Richmond street
to Columbia street.
Keary street from Richmond stroet to
Colnmbia street.
Ilosnltal     street   from     Richmond
street to Columbia street.
Sherbrooke    street    from    Columbia
District B.���
DeBeck Street from Cemetery Street to Columbia Street.
Strand Street from Cemetery Street to Columbia Street.
Alberta Street from Richmond Street to Columbia Street.
Simpson  Street  from   Richmond  Street to Columbia Street.
Keary Street from Richmond Street to Columbia Street.
Hospital Street from Richmond Street to Columbia Street.
Sherbrooke Street from Columbia Street to 470 feet West.
Knox Street, All.
Cedar Street, All.
Buchanan Avenue from Hospital Street to Sherbrooke Street.
Blair Avenue from Hospital Street to Sherbrooke Street.
District C���
Eighth Avenue from Richmond Street to 400 feet North of Wlnthrop Street
Ilichmond Street from Eighth Avenue to Lee Street.
Wlnthrop Street from Richmond Street to Eighth Avenue.
Elmer Street. All.
Burnaby Street, All.
Surrey Street, All. ,
Ladner Street, All,
Kent Street, All.
Lee Street, All.
Carnegie Street from Matsqui to 300 feet North.
Digby Street from Matsqui to 300 feet North.
Coutts Street from Matsqui Street to Burnaby Street.
Macdougal Street from Matsqui Street to 300 feet North.
Tenth Avenue from Matsqui Street to Burnaby Street. mt*
District D.���
Eif-hth Avenue from William Street to Richmond Street.
Carnegie Street from Scott Street to Matsqui Street.
Digby Street from Scott Street to Matstiui Street.
Coutts Street from 300 feet South of Chilliwack Street to Matsqui
Mahoney Street, All.
McDougal Street from Mahoney Street to Matsqui Street.
Tenth Avenue from 300 feet South of Chilliwack  Street to Matsqui
Matsqui Street from Eightli Avenue lo Tenth Avenue.
Water Street from William Street to Scott Street.
Langley Street from William Street lo Scott Street.
Chilli'vack Street from William Street to Stott Street.
Scott Street. All.
William Street, All. .   '
Street.
Street.
District E.���
Richmond Street 150 feet South of Alberta Street to Eighth Avenue.
Archer Street Ml ���
Devoy Street All.
Munday Street All.
Alberta Street from Richmond Street, 700 feet Westward.
Shiles Street from McKay Street to Richmond Street.
School Street. All.
Sherbrooke Street from Eighth Avenue to Richmond Street.
McKay Street All.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
U J. A. JURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. K 128. Room,
Trapp block.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets ln the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Friday of each month; quarterly meeting on the iJIrd Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected al any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary, i
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Re the southwest quarter of Section
33. Township in, in the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlflcate of Title Number 7338F, issued in
the nnme of George Seeley, has been
filed ln this ofTice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tho expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published tn
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to mo in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., October 30, 1912.       (1)
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA-8EATTLE
SERVICE.
10
lb
Leaves  Vancouver  for Victoria
a. m��� 2 p. m. and 11:46,
Ltaves  Vanoouver    for  Seattle
a. m. ami ll p. m
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo 3
p.m.
Leave* Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN
District F.���
Richmond Street from Cumberland Street to 150 feet South of Alberta St
Carroll Street, All.
Harvey Street, All.
Dixon Street, All.
Fisher StrSeet, All.
Cumberland Street from Harvey Str' et to Columbia Street.
And that the said works be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the "Local.Improvement General Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City / ssessor having reported to the Conn-
| ell In accordance with the provisions of the said Bylaw upon the said works
giving statements showing the amour ts estimated to be chargeable against
the various portions of real property to be benefited by the said works and
other particulars and the said reports of the City Engineer and City Asses
sor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the said reports are open, for Inspection at
the offlces of the City Assessor, City Hall, Columbia, Street, New Westminster, B. C. and that unless a petition against the proposed works above mentioned signed by a majority of the owners of the land or real property to be
assessed as charged In respect of such works representing at least one-half
in value thereof ls presented to the rouncll within fifteen dayB from the
date of the first publication of this notice the Council will proceed with the
proposed improvements under such tei nis and conditions as to the payment
of the cost of such improvements as 'he Council may by By-law ln that behalf regulate and determine ard  al'o to make the said assessment.
Dated this Twelfth day of Nov en ber, 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication, November l'h, 1912. (70)
BOATS   FOR
RUPERT.
PRINCE
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 BD. OOULET,
Agent, New Weatminater.
H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P. A.. Vancouver
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLISH    WORSTED, SCOTCH
TWEED,   IRISH   SERGE, etc.,   Just
Arrived.    Perfect Fit and Workman-
shllp Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE   SEVEN
MR. RENT PAYER
Will you let us show you how to save more of your salary than you are now
able to do? Will you let us show you- how you can own your own home
with all modern conveniences with just wfrat you are paying as rent?
Lot 40x157
Cleared Ground
On 12th Street
Car Line
Electric Light
City Water
Sidewalks
Sc Car Fare
THE   RENT   PAYER*OVERBURDENED
Lot 40x157
Cleared Ground
On 12th Street
Car Line
Electric Light
City Water
Sidewalks
5c Car Fare
/
Think Of It
A home of your own! Just what you have always wanted is now within your reach. Four or
five rooms, with closets, pantries and modern bath and toilet, nicely painted and ready to move
into at once.
A Home Of Your Own
On a large cleared and graded lot, 40 x 157, one block from city limits on 12th street car line, city
water, electric light and telephone service, 5 minute car ride and 5c fare. Now, Mr. Rent Payer,
let us get down to hard, cold facts. Have you been able to get ahead of the game? We know
that that is everyone's aim. If not, do not delay, but come to the office at once, tonight, and make
arrangements to see "your own" house and lot. We will show you the ."best you have seen yet."
Mind all our lots are 40 x 157 to 20ft. lane, are cleared and graded and have city water and electric
light, right at the car line and facing 12th street or Kingsway and 12th avenue., Burnaby (old 3rd
avenue), two blocks above orphanage.
We Have One Five-Roomed House which we will offer at
$1650--$50 Cash - -
Come to the Office Tonight and See Us About It
We Are Open Until 9 p.m.
Phone 433
THE ROYAL CITY REALTY CO.
750 Columbia Street
..v
Phone433
****mss**********a****saa**as*******apa*
Do not forget to make arrangements to see this property tomorrow.    We are open
until 9 6'clock tonight.   If you cannot call tonight, phone us at 433*
AGENT ON THE PROPERTY FROM 1 TO 5.
���Mb i*
1
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>Xct fl&tft
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
SAfUft&AY, NOVEMBER 23, 1812,
"PAY   CA8H   IT   WILL
YOU".
PAY
SPECIALS
Labrador Herring; large fat fls'.i
whicii we retail regularly for
40c per doz., today, per doz. 33c
Salt Macheral, No. 1 fish, lb. 15e
Finnan Haddie, also nice, new
fish, per lb W/a*
Kippered Salmon, per lb. .. .20��
Smoked Halibut, per lb 20o
Kippered Herring, per lb. *2<M
Fresh Ayrshire Bacon, lb. . .35c
Chip Beef, per lb 40=
Hunt's Preserves In 3 lb. cans;
regular 4i)c. today, each 35a
Hominy, the choicest of all
vegetables. If you have not
tried it do so.   Per 3 lb. can, 20; i
DELICATESSEN
New Headcheese, just arrived.
per bowl   20c
New Cnke, Seed, Sultana, lisht
and dark fruit, per lb 2S;
New Oregon Cream. Swiss, Lim-
berger, Eiam, Stilton, Onren-
bert and Roguefort Cheese at
reasonable prices.
Our Clover Leaf Creamery Butter ru 2 in. tor $1.00 is excellent
SPECIAL.
Cabbage, per lb Ic
Per crate .75;
THE
Public Supply Sores
V L.
Naming
Your
Executor
WEATHER HINDERS
WORK ON STREETS
Weather Today.
Victoria, Nov. 22���The weather forecast for the lower mainland for the
next twenty-four hours Is as follows:
Light to moderate winds; generally
fair; stationary or lower tempera-1
tures.
This   Month-
Only   Two  Dry   Days
Paving Jobs Are Particularly
Affected.
action on the part of Great Britain
would lead to the termination of the
Itusso-Brittsh treaty of commerce.
Such a result, he adds, would not
advance the Interests of the Jews and
would be disadvantageous to British
interests.
ADAMS       S. K. BRIGGS
PHONE 2.
COMMON pruct-
eitae demands
that you choose an
executor, ai*d make
your wilL
An executor is
your agent, carefully chosen to earry
out the desires yon
expressly stipulate.
This Company,
with its ample capital, wide experience
and trained officers,
is an ideal executor.
Come in and confer with us in confidence.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00
Owing to the indisposition of Stipendiary Magistrate J. S. Clute the small
debts court has been adjourned until
Tuesday.
Hear the sacred cantata "Daniel" at
Olivet Baptist church Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. (127)
At the Assize Court yesterday it
was announced that as after the conclusion of the present trial of Isshat
SingV for perjwry, there wonld be
stlM four trials to come before the
court, no civil case would come tip before Thursday, the 28th Inst.
A. Hardman, the cake' mo, Get
good bread. Eighth Street Bakery.
Telephone 281. (9)
The well for the hull of the Roche-
fort dredge which the Schaake
Machine company will erect when
they transfer their plant to Lulu Island is being laid down in the yards
of Brunette Lumber company.
Doors, windows and frames made
while you , wait, at Walsh Sash and
Door Factory.   Phone 413. (122)
Arrangements are being made for
the removal of the Westminster club
from its present quarters in the Dean
hlock to the new premises secured on
the top'floor of the Westminster Trust
block. The flitting will probably take
place atbout TJecember 1.
The New Westminster Distric'
Women's Society of the Methodist
church 'will hold (heir annual conven
��� ion in this city on Wednesday afternoon and evening at 2:30 and 7:30
o'clock, The reports of the variou-
subsidlary committees will be render
ed and the accounp of the genera
board gathering recently held in
Toronto will be presented. It is expected that Mrs. Hartwell, of Vancouver, whose husband was a mission
arv In India for a number of years,
will address the meeting.
Mr. M. J. Knight will sing the
"King's" part iu the cantata "Daniel
at Olivet Baptist church on Monday-
evening, November 25, at 8 o'clock
sharp. (137)
Why does John Rindal, the tailor,
sell a flrst class $40.00 suit for $30.00'
Because the location of his business is
out of the high rent district. John
Rindal. 612 Carnarvon. (65)
The Coquitlam police believe they
are hot on the trail cf William Kemi
ricks, the prisoner who escnped from
the custody of the provincial police a1
Port Haney on Tuesday while ridins
on a C. P. R. train. It is reported tha.
a man cf Kendrick's appearance ap
peared at a construction camp in th"
���'oiMiltlam municipality and begged for
food which was denied him. A glin'
cf steel on the man's wrist gave rise
to the suspicion that he was the fugi
tive and accordingly the police were
informed.
The Walsh S'.sh and Door Co. have !
been obliged to run nitjhta to keep up
:to their orders. (122)
The heavy rains have resulted ln
the flooding of largo stretches of land
n QueenBborough, The site on which
the Westminster Woodworking factory, bordering on Beach avenue, is
being erected, ls reported to be several inches under water, while other
areas cf varying extent are similaril.-:
affected. The drains on the various
streets are apparently not able to cope
with the excessive fall, but it is not
expected that conditions will become
much worse than they are at the present.
Miss Byron Renshaw, Miss Carrie
Hourston. Mr. John Graham, Mr. J. T.
Baker, Mr. J. A. Hamm and Mr. M. J.
Knight will be heard at Olivet Baptist
church on Monday evening next. (137)
The at home ef the Epworth League
of the Queens Avenue Methodis'
Church last night proved a thorough
Buccess. Despite the weather the at
tendance did not fall below expectations and practically every Christian
Endeavor union was represented in
the gathering. Mr. A. E. Etherington,
'he pr sjdent of the Methodist society
delivered a very interesting talk on
the objects of the Christian Endeavor
8oei**ties. The program included several mimical selections and recitation.)
of a thoroughly appreciable nature.
Tbe Indies' Aid of St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church intend holding a uule of work and supper ou
Tuesday, Nov. 26. Also refreshments
served Ib the afternoon. All are welcome. (127)
No great progress has been made
on the street improvement work ol
late on account of the rain. Many oi
the jobs have been tied down entirely
for the last two or three weeks and u
large number of work men have lost
considerable time. To be exact it has
rained no less than twenty days out of
the twenty-two past this month, and
eight and a quarter inches of fall has
been recorded ou the city hall registering instruments. This compares with
eighteen daya of rain, but ten inches
of precipitation for the entire month
of November last year. There were
also two days ot snow during November, 1911, which concluded with eight
flne days.
The paving Jobs are being most
hampered by the wet and some whicii
were expected to have been finished
by this time are still a good distance
behind. With a little dry weather the
paving of First street up to Sixth
avenue will be completed, as only a
stretch of about 100 feet remains to
l>e done. The city street cleaning
gangs work, at any event, rain or dry,
and a large gang is at present constructing crossings wherever they are
necessary.
TO INTRODUCE
MADAME BEAUCHAMP
MODISTE
A discount of 33 1-3 per cent, will be
given on all orders. This discount it
for ten days only. j
EVENING GOWNS A SPECIALTY.
Room 6
Collister Block
MUSICAL RECITAL
DELIGHTED MANY
St. Patrick's hall was well filled
last night with an appreciative audience which was not backward in applauding the Interpretation of the
works of the great masters of music
so admirably rendered by Miss Cave-
Browne-Cave upon the piano and by
Miss Grace Malaher upon the violin.
The latter proved herself the possessor of a delightful voice in addition to winning commendation with
the bow.
Scarlatti's Fantasia for the left hand
only was delightfully rendered by
Mlss Cnve-Browne-Cave, while the
initial sonata from Beethoven left
nothing to be desired. Miss lsobel
Dann proved a sympathetic accompanists.
(M IP LADIES'
vbLl J���lored
T ��� SUITS
CLEANED and PRESSED
Ladies' and   Gents' Suits  dyed
 $3.00
Overcoats Cleaned and Pressed
 $1.50
New Velvet Collar  75;
We do repairs at a small additional charge.
ROYAL CITY DYERS
and CLEANERS
345 Columbia St.      Phone R27S
The Queen's Meat Market
Formerly on Columbia Street, has been
Re-Opened in the Mandevllle Block
With a full line of *
All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats
WE ARE  HERE TO PLEASE YOU.    GIVE US   A   TRIAL   ORDER.
Our driver will call for your order.
THE QUEEN'S MEAT MARKET,   F. Ayerst, Prop.
1113 Sixth Avenue. (78) Phone R509
traaam
Mr. Fisherman���Four Reasons
WHY YOU 8HOULD HAVE A  "YALE"   GASOLINE   ENGINE.
YOU want to be prepared for the largo catch next year.   The
surest way Is to buy a Reliable, Common Sense Engine.
ARE built to run on CHEAP FUEL and will   run   continuously
under any weather conditions.
LESS fuel is used on a "YALE" per horse power than any othei
Engine on the market.
NGINE bed Is extended to hold Reverse Gear   which   allows
the Reverse Gear to be always In line with the Engine, thrust
also comes on engine bed instead of Reverse Gear.
Full in line and purchase a "1913" "YALE."
The Schaake Machine Works
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
E
BRITISH INTERVENTION
WOULD NOT HELP JEWS
London, Nov. 22.���Sir Edward Grey,
the British foreign minister, declined
to approach Russia with a view to
securing the withdrawal of the restrictions placed on British Jews in
that country, on the ground that such
Watch
East Burnaby
Beautful view corner, cleared, 1
block from Sixth street, only
$900.   Extra good terms.
8 acres, all in garden or orchard, an ideal subdivision, ona
block from King's Highway,
$18,000.
Orchard lot, 45 x 100 feet, two
blocks from car, $750; $50
cash, $15 per month.
Warner, Bangs & Co.
Coldicutt
Phone
Blk.
1024.
East
Burnaby.
FUNERAL NOTICE:
SONS OF ENGLAND.
Lodge Rose of Columbia, No. 115,
Benefit Society.
The brethren are requested to meet
in the lodge room, K. of P. Hall, on
Sunday, 24th, at 2 o'clock, for the
purpose of attending the funeral of
OOT late Bro. W. Baker. Sojourning |
brethren are invited to be present.      I
W. PEI,LEW, President.
(126) R. G. DINGLE, Secretary.    I
OBITUARY.
Fraser Hotel tAFt
IS NOW OPEN
Meals at all hours. We serve
the best t!ie market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
PARR���With the passing of Edward
Parr at Cloverdale on Thursday at the
ripe old age of 81. the Fraser valley
loses one of Its oldest residents. It
Is just about thirty years ago since
Parr trekked across) the mountains
from his native home In Ontario, purchased a farm  aud  settled  down at
I Cloverdale.
Later, he opened a store which ls
still in existence and Is operated by a
son. The late Mr. Parr was well known
throughout the valley, especially
among the older settlers, his business
i bringing him Into touch with    many
| people.   In 1897 his wife passed away
| at an advanced age.
The funeral will take place this
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family
residence iu Cloverdale.      .
I. O.
NOTICE.
O. F.
I am directed by the Nol)!e Grand
to request the attendance cf the members of Royal City Lodge, No. 3, I. O.
O. F., at the Odd Fellows' hall, at 2
p.m., Sunday, the 24th inst., for the
purpose of attending the funeral of
our late Brother WiTliam Baker. Members of Amity Lodge, No. 27, and sojourning brethren kindly accept this
intimation.
H. PRICE, Rec. Sec.
NOT
TAKE HOME A BOX
���OF OUR���
Chocolates andjBon Bons
Today ? As a toothsome confection there's nothing sweeter
or purer.
They are always fresh, beautifully boxed and come in half
and one pound boxes.
Try them today.
���AT���
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust. Block
RESIDENCE LOTS
These Are All in Good Locations
and Are Good Investments at the
Prices they can be Bought for Now
BAKER���The funeral   of   the   late
��� William   Baker  will  take  place  from
Holy Trinity cathedral on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
LESSI^TER���Tho funeral of the
late George Lesslekr, of R"chmnpd,
took place yesterday* afternoon. Interment was made ln Boundary Bay
cemetery.
1359���FIFTH STREET near Eighth
avenue; 50x13t to lane; a good buy
at $1,000; one-third cash.
1195���8EVENTH AVENUE near 4th
street; two lots; upper side; 50x130
all cleared and graded; price $1275
each.
1397���58 FOOT LO? corner of 8lxth
avenue and Ash street; price $4000
on easy terms.
1393���KNOX STREET, SAPPERTON.
66 foot lot In good location; just off
Columbia street; price $1200 on
easy terms.
1398���5 LOTS ON TWELFTH  AVE.,
near Sixth street car line; 50x159
each; some are cleared; street is
graded; price $3000 on good terms
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
W�� writs Flre, Life, Accident,  Employers' Liability,
���nd Marine Insurance.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.
YOUR CREDIT 18 GOOD.
Our lines comprise Stoves. Ranges, Heaters, Kitchen Utensils ln
iron, tin and enamelware, Dishes, Glassware, Furniture, Furnishings,
Linoleums, Floor Oil, Etc., Etc. Sewing Machines and Office Furniture.
We will sell you for cash or will furnish your house for a small
payment down, balance paid monthly.
C. N. EDMONDSON & CO.
Corner off  12th  Street and  Sixth  Avenue
THE CHEAPEST STORE IN THE CITY.
cmc. WATCH FOBS
AT
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
THC
JEWELER
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER fOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Latha, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions.
i
Now is the time to build for aale or rent while price* are low
(I
i
W. R. QILLEY, Phona 122. O. E. OILLEY, Phons 291.
Phonss, Office IB and It.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
We have a limited stock of COMOX COAL
which we can recommend for Steam and
Furnace use, which we will sell for cash only
6-Room Cottage
on Twelfth Street
Between 5th and 6th  Avenues.   Modern
conveniences.   Lot in bearing Fruit Trees.
$3750 Easy Terms.
628 and 746 Columbia Street, Phone 89., Now Weatminater, B. C. I
Automobile
ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656
63 Sixth Street
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