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VOLUME.
iBER 134.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CKIfia
GREL V SHIR TS BE A TEN
IN CLEAN FAST GAME
Salmon Bellies Get Better Grip on Minto Cup���Tied at
Three Quarters, Westminster Runs Away With Opponents, Making Seven Wins to Three-Hughie Gifford In
Fine Form-Only Two Penalties Awarded.
Despite all efforts of the Vancouver
lacrosse team, the Minto cup light
which during tbe past few weeks baa
been for them in a very precarious
position, started to flicker on Saturday afternoon, and by the time the
Salmon Bellies got through with their
opponents, Manager Gray had retained several stalwarts to arm themselves with a "snuffer" and cinch, for
this season at least, tbe vice-regal
eilverware.
It was one of the cleanest games of
the season and while play was not as
fast as the two previous games In
Vancouver, the public who have been
aching to see the two teams play on
an equal footing with all the rough
stuff eliminated, went away satisfied
that lacrosse in British Columbia today is not what our Eastern brothers
eay it is.
The only penalties handed cut
were flve minutes each to McDougal
and H. Gifford. The former took a
crack at Tom Gifford, while Mr. Gifford, jr., got caught mixing things
with Lalonde. The work of the
officials, Sid Sykes and Sandy Cowan
was satisfactory to both sides, and
while they allowed several cafei's of
rough work, especially on the Vancouver defence, to go by unnoticed.
the Westminster fans hnrt no kick
coming. On one occasion Pat Feeney
missed the stick of Lalonde and
cracked the French-Canadian on the
head. This aroused the ire of Mr.
Con Jones, who attempted to hold a
talk-fest with Mr. Sykes, but nothing
lolng
By the way, Mr. Jones arrived from
the East on Saturday morning, where
he  had  been  "arranging"   the  Minto
cup g inies to be played In Vancouver.
Conditions may have looked rosy   to
Con  h��fore be boarded the transcon- j
tin eu tal for the climes of Ontario and j
Quebec, but as lacrosse ls always bill-1
ed to change without notice, his hopes
of  replenishing  his  already  depleted
bankroll shattered into thin air when
he wttaeBsed the downfall of bis pet
stars on Saturday afternoon.
Tt In strongly suspected, however,
that Manager Gray, in view of the
present standing of Vancouver in the
B. C. league, will be openhearted
enough to allow an exhibition game
plaved ln Vancouver against the
leaders in the east after the red shirt*
have got through with them. These
are but trivial matters, however, and
can be arranged later.
Goal   Summary.
First    Quarter.
G.  Serine, Westminster     2.10
Thelan, Vancouver    2.10
Wintemute. Westminster    1.40
Second    Quarter.
G. Spring, Westminster    9.10
Phelan, Vancouver    2.34
Third   Quarter.
L. Turnbull, Westminster  1.04
Lalonde. Vancouver   13.59
McGregor, Vancouver    3.06
Fourth Quarter.
Wintemute,   Westminster    55
Rennle, Westminster  11.16
Penalties.
The only two penalties were handed to McDougall, Vancouver, and H.
Gifford. Westminster, 5 minutea each
in the third quarter.
The Game Begins.
Westminster got the draw, but sooi:
lost It. and Clark was forced to relieve
from Pbelan. Do\Vn the fleld went thr
ball, and Punk Wintemute took a
shot with no result. Some skirmish
Ing around the net of the Royals and
H. Gifford pulled off a fine save from
Lalonde. The former showed a clean
pair of heels to tho Vancouver home
and paiiBing to L. Turnbull, the latter
hit Hess with the rubber. On the rebound G. Spring was waiting and flipped the ball through for the flrst
tally. Grumpy a minute later took
another shot which was relieved. Vancouver then pressed and Phelan, taking the pass from West, scored. Play
waB a little slow until H. Gifford took
a chance and hit the bar. Another
attack and some protty play by BUI
Turnbull. saw the latter pass to
Wintemute, who was there with the
needful.
Both teams were having their share
of plav and cn one occasion Carter
hit the bar and on the rebound Phela**
missed a chance when well placed.
Howard a mlnutn later saved an almost certain goal by hitting the stick
of Lalonde just when the latter was
on the point of shooting. Westmln-1
sters were wide awake following this
and both Pat Feeney and C. Spring
hit Hess wtth the ball.
Second Quarter.
End to end play followed thn fn"<��
off featured by a fine save bv T. Gifford of an equally flne shot by Carter.
The same player sent In a hot one to
Clark, but Bun was there with hello
on and nut un a good defence of hl��
etronghold. Pat Feeney got Injured
and plav wns halted for a time until
the centre was patched Up by a surgeon. Tho Vancouver* were displaying n tendency to mix things. Tom
Rennle getting wnlloned on the head
by Carter nnd T. Gifford by Godfrey,
but the officials did not deem the
offence serious enough to penalize. A
to notch another past Clark. Wintemute just missed the pass from L.
Turnbull and C. Spring shot wild.
Howard was playing a heady game
and kept track of Lalonde to a
nicety. In fact all the-defence players were right on the job, Tom Rennie
having Carter bottled up while the
others were not considered seriout
enough to need chasing all over the
lot. George Rennie got the cheers ol
the crowd when he took the ball away
from both Lalonde and Murray.
Third   Quarter.
Vancouver attacked and T. Gifford
had to make a quick move to intercept. L. Turnbull got the bull, and,
with that skirmishing "slide" of his.
waited his chance long enough to
hook the rubber over the heads of the
defence for a third goal. Hess never
expected the move.
Another attack and G. Spring got
shoved over when just in the act of
shooting. It looked a pre-arranged
plot when Johnny Howard was seen
playing on the home, and but for
sterling work on the part of the
green shirts the point player would
have scored.   He tried twice anyway.
The Gifford brothers were working
(Continued from pape onej
WINNIPEG OARSMEN
SWEEP THE DECKS
Wen
for
ven Out of Nine Events Enter
-Carload of Trophl
Establishes   Record
FOUND STOLEN
BILLS ON HIM
Frank Davis Arrested In Toronto   With   $2,050   of
Missing Money.
Had  Changed  Bill* at Cigar Store���
Woman la with Him���Ic Wanted
Man.
Toronto, Aug. 11.���A man named
Frank Davis, alias Frank Walsh, together with a woman giving her name
as Alice Davis, said to be his wife,
were arrested yesterday. They had
in their possession $7000 in all, $2020
of which was in Bank of Montreal
notes, the numbers of which tally
with those which formed part of the
booty secured by the robbers of the
Bank of Montreal branch. New Westminster, B.C., in September last.
The arrest was effected in the Palmer house following investigations of
the police who were put on the trail
by a cigar store proprietor upon whom
Davis passed a Bank of Montreal bill,
the number of which coincided with
one of the stolen notes. They were
able to secure a good description from
this man, and promptly laid Davis and
his prominent part in the incitement
Pinkertons   Know   Man.
Vancouver, Aug. 11���Superintendent
P. K. Ahern, of the Pinkerton detective force, when interviewed today on
the subject of the arrest of Frank
Davis in Toronto, stated that he had
already heard of the fact and that he
is pretty sure that this is the fourth
man for whom they have been looking
for some time.
Peoria, Ills., Aug. 10.���Winnipeg
oarsmen stamped themselves as
America's best by piling up seven
events at the international regatta
held here Friday and Saturdsy. The
events won by the men from Canada
were as follows:
Senior eights, fours, doubles and
singles.
International fours, intermediate
and singles and doubles.
In addition to this they also won
the Peoria cup for the free-for-all four.
As a result of this great string of
victories tbe Canadians carry back
home with them a whole carload of
cups, banners and medals.
There has been probably no such
record ever established at an initial
regatta as that made by tbe Wlnnl-
pegers, for they only lost two events
out of the nine for which they were
entered and one of their defeats can
be hardly counted as such, for Phin-
ney, their intermediate sculler, went
in the quarter mile senior dash to
see. what he could do against the big
fellows.
ANOTHER GANGSTER
CAUGHT IN TOILS
(HIEE BRADSHAW
ARRIVES WITH DEAN
;im Schepps Says He Is "Keynote of
Whole  Case"���More  Proot    ct
Becker's Guilt.
Now York, Aug. 11.���T.am Schepps
who is alleged to have paid off the
gangsters who murdered Rosenthal
after the crime had been carried out,
was arrested yesterday at Hot
Springs, Idaho. He made a statement
on his arrest that the district attorney
and his officers had better be good to
him, or he would not be good to them.
"I am the keynote In the case," he
said. .
He was arrested by private detectives, and the fact was not known
by the New York police until they
were apprised of it in the newspapers.
District Attorney Whitman is confident that this arrest will make a
clear case against Becker and will
add materially to the evidence which
is amassing against those "higher
up." Schepps will be brought to New
York  forthwith.
geyeral more accounts in different
banks have been discovered standing
to the credit of Becker and his wife.
Came by Rail to Seattle���Will Appear
Before Magistrate Edmonds
This Morning.
Looking pale, from his long conflnr.
ment in Los Angeles jail where he
had been Incarcerated for some
months awaiting extradition, Charles
Dean, alleged to be implicated ln the
robbery of the branch of the Bank of
Montreal in tbls city last September,
was brought back to face Canadian
justllce on Saturday In charge of
Chief of Pollce Bradshaw, Superintendent of Plnkerton Detectives P. K.
Ahern and Detective Eraser, hIho of
the agency.
The officers and their prisons.' arrived at Vancouver on the C. P. R.
steamship Princess Alice and came
direct from the steamer to Westminster, Dean being taken to the jail,
from whllcb he will be brought this
morning to face Magistrate Edmonds
on a formal charge of complicity ln
the $271,000 robbery.
Chief of Police Bradshaw left Weatmlnster for Los Angelea two weeks
ago, but had to wait In that city several dsys before the final order was
Issued for Dean's extradition, but
when the chief and tbe two Plnkerton
officials finally did start north with
their prisoner every precaution was
taken to ensure hiB aafe transit.
Knowing well the resource of Dean
and his friends It was given out that
tbe party would oome direct from
San Francisco by boat, thereby obviating any danger of the prisoner's
friends causing a writ nf habeas corpus to be Issued for thn purpose of
detaining him. This was intended to
bo as a blind, the party coming
through from California to Washington by rati.
     . ,    Dean hardly conforms to the popu-
hot liner by 1,. Turnbull gave Hess a | jar |aea of a criminal being decidedly
problem to save. He was equal to it, 0f the "Raffles" type, wearing lm-
however, and on the replay a scrim- ��� maculate linen, neat clothes and a
mage ln front of goal allowed Phelan  weil trimmed beard.
APPLICATION   REFUSED.
City Loses in Second Round of Fight
with  Gat Company.
The application of the city for a
writ of injunction to prevent James
Cunningham, owner of the Westminster Gas company, from tearing up
the streets, made before Mr. Justice
Murphy on Saturday, was refused by
his honor on tlie grounds that the gas
company had acquired the right tc
lay mains beneath civic thoroughfares
by the passage of a by-law in 1886
when tho company was Incorporated
and that such rights had been sines
transferred to Mr. Cunningham.
Mr. W. G. McQuarrie, one of the
city solicitors, contended that the Injunction should be granted, and Mr
Cunningham be restrained from further tearing up the BtreetB until' a
final settlement of the long pending
law suit between the city and the
gas company could be effected ln the
courts. .
in giving his decision his honor
stated that the applicant would hav<
to prove that the gas company was
actually damaging property or impairing publlc safety in a greater-degree
than at any time during the past 2o
years.
BONAR LAW IS
HOTLY ASSAILED
Winston Churchill Denounces Incitment cf Ulster to
Resist Home Bule.
Compares Conservatives to Ben Tiflett
���Street Boys and Crazy Females
Brought   In.
London, Aug. 11.���Winston Spencer
Churchill, first lord of the admiralty,
in a long letter which is to be published by tbe morning papers, makes a
passionate attack upon Bonar Law,
denouncing the opposition leader for
his prominent part in the inecltement
of Ulster to resist Home Rule.
He compares the promulgators of
this doctrine to Ben Tillett, the labor
leader, who upon Tower Hill while addressing the London dock strikers
prayed that God might "strike Lord
Devonport dead."
Disruptive Doctrines.
Such doctrines, the letter goes on
to say, disqualify both the Conservative leader and his supporters from
the discharge of public duties.
"They are doctrines," says Mr.
Churchill, "by which every loyalist or
disruptive movement in every part ot
the empire will justify Itself, and
from which every street boy with a
brickbat to throw and every crazy
female fumbling with a pistol, may
drive inspiration.
ANOTHER INDUSTRY
TO ESTABLISH HERE
WESTMINSTER  STILL  WINNING.
BURNABY MAKING READY
FOR INTER-CITY PAVING
Present Conditions Pcint   to   Success
of  New Venture in  Wagon
Building.
It appears probable that within a
very short time, actual work will begin on a new wagon factory which is
making plans to open up in New
Westminster. The company was incorporated on Aug. 6, and its headquarters are to be in this city. Already many local people are becoming
interested in the proposition and have
made investments.
At the present time, there is said to
be no factory of its kind In Canada
within 2000 miles of the coast, and it
is pointed out that the long haulage
from the east makes the price of such
wagons anything but a benefit to the
farmers. The stock manufactured
across the line is enly allowed to be
brought in after a duty of 25 per cent
is paid on it, so that it 1? considered
tbat real competition cannot be seriously considered from American manufacturers.
With the supply of eastern wood,
suitable for wagon making becoming
more difficult to find year by year, the
market in the Orient ls now being
turned to for aid, and with easy access to this port this makes the
scheme for locating a factory here
more feasible than ever. The company has secured space at the annual
Vancouver Exhibition, which opens today and an exhibit is being shown
there which can be seen In the Manufacturers' Building.
BIG WINDJAMMER
HAD LOST HERSELF
Edmonds, Aug. 11.���Plans are being
made by the Burnaby municipality to
pave the Westminster-Vancouver road
through Burnaby at the beginning   of
1913.    Engineer MacPherson   and    a
force of surveyors have started work |
from the Central Park end of the road j German
in order to secure a contour map ofj
the  thoroughfare,    lt  will take    two 1
weeks to complete the work. /
The engineers are also taking cross ,
sections about every twenty-��ve yards /
in  vfew cf the  probable  widening of
the roadway.
TWO STEAMERS IN
COLLISION AT SEA
Liner with   1200  Immigrants
Aboard la Towed to Port in
Leaking Condition.
DRUGGISTS SPEND
ENJOYABLE TIME
Came Over from  Vancouver Convention���Took in Sights and the
Lacrosse Match.
Half a hundred druggists from
every point in the Dominion were the
guests of the city on Saturday last.
Met at Vancouver by Messrs. Otway
WiLcie and K. Myers, representing
the Progressive association, the part,
boarded a special car and came tc
Westminster via the Eburne route.
At the depot they were greeted by
representatives of the city, the board
of trade and the Progressive association, and were conducted to Queens
park, Acting Mayor Gray, Mr. F. J.
MacKenzie, M.P.P., Mr. H. Ryall and
Mr. L. M. Richardson being among
the welcoming party.
Seats were reserved in the grand
stand for the visitors by the courtesy
of the lacrosse club management, and
the druggists thoroughly enjoyed the
rare spectacle���to them���of a flrst
class lacrosse game.
At 6 p.m. the visitors took their
leave, returning via Burnaby Lake,
greatly pleased with their afternoon's
outing and view of Westminster.
London, Aug. II.���Tho Datcb
steamer Iris arrived beta laat nicbt.
and reported that the North Genrau
Lloyd si earner Frankfurt bound far-
Canada from Bremen with 1200 immigrants aboard, collided tviab an nit'
known steamer near the Hawk. lightship.
Soon after tbe collision, thn Frankfurt began shipping water in large
quantities. Despite the apparent seriousness of the accident it is not be-
lieved that the passengers wore in
danger.
Two steamers came to the reacue of
the Frankfurt and they are now towing her Into port, probably Bremen.
BOG STILL DEEIES
iiAILWAY ENGINEERS
,       VOLCANO STILL ACTIVE
Smoke Still Pouring from Mount
Katmai���Big Alaskan Flah Pack.
3eward, Aug. 10.���Passengers or
tbe mail steamship Dora, which ar
rived ou her monthly trip from thf
westward today, say Mount Katmai
which was in violent eruption ln June
Is sllll   emitting   great   volumes   of
dense  smoke.
The Dora brought word that' the
fishing season on Bristol bay la closed.
All canneries there reported capacity
packs. Three canneries at Chlgnlk
have alreadv packed 30,000 cases each
and are still In operation. '
The armored cruiser Maryland returned from Cordova last night to
wait for the party of navy men who
have gone to inspect the Matanuska
coal fleld. The officers are expected
to rejoin the cruiser tomorrow.
James Johnson was Sailed  by  Mate
from Australia to Honolulu���
Captain Lost.
The barkentlne James Johnson,
which is today loading lumber at the
Fraser Mills for Brisbane, Australia,
has had an eventful history. Only a
few months ago, after leaving Newcastle, N. S. VV., with a cargo of coal
for San Francisco, her skipper died,
his wife being aboard at the time.
The mate of the vessel assumed
charge^ but the difference between a
mate and a master soon showed Itself,
and after 90 days bad elapsed, while
beating her way through a series of
gales and calms, tbe James Johnson
was discovered lying off tbe Island of
Kauat, Hawaiian Islands, by the Pacific mall liner Persia, The mate of
the windjammer thought he was off
Honolulu.
As victuals were getting low, the
captain of the Persia supplied the
wooden vessel with some necessary
food, and. after the navigating officer
had got his correct bearings, sail was
again made for Honolulu.
There she was tied up while a new
bowsprit was being fitted and other
repairs made. A captain was sent out
from San Francisco, and he eventually
took the vessel to tts destination.
The James Johnson was here last
i In March, 1900. when she loaded lum-
I ber for San Francisco.
MAN OE THE WOODS
NO MATCH FOR HIM
Sergeant   of   R. N. W. M. P.   Rape
Desperate Man Over Knuckles
and Locks Him Up.
Moose Jaw, Aug. 11.���The North
West Mounted Police received a hurry
call here today from Buffalo Lake
stating that a "man of the woods"
named Wallace had shut himself up
tn an outhouse of the hotel at thai
place after beating up the hotel proprietor, John Banks, ln a murderous
rashlon. He was armed, it was stated,
with a double barreled revolver.
Sergeant Klmalone, of Moose Jaw,
at onee proceeded to Buffalo Lake,
and on arrival at the hotel threw
open the door and called on the man
to surrender. Wallace pointed the
revolver at the sergeant, but a sharp
rap over the knuckles caused him to
drop the weapon, and to give in. He
was thereupon handcuffed and taken
to the lookup.    <
Passenrers   Have  to   be  TranefarradT
at Ardley���Tracks Subsided
After Rain.
The trains from Seattte to. Vanqnufc-
ver and vice versa on the Great Nte*-
thern railway are sfiill being hold np<
at Ardley, due to another dopruasiau
of the tracks which took place ��a Friday  morning after the  tain,    Wurir
trains have been working, night amd
day since then, filling, lu tha briny
ground with sand and gravel, bar nty
to late last evening, the engineers of
the  company   did   not   feel   satiatfed
with conditions and would not allow
trains to cross the treacherous patcb.
The place where-all the trouble bl-
Ists Is adjoining Ardley station at at
point where the steam tracks run parallel with the B. C. E. tt. tracks af
the Burnaby Lake branch aad t��aar
the spot ls the main sub-station of the
Stave Lake Power Co. lt is right iu
the heart of the Still Creek
which drains from a portion of i
lngs townsite and' the northann
tlon of Burnaby.
The municipality of Burnaby
engineers In this district at the present time, who are making a
of Burnaby Lake and also Still
with a view of formulating
age Bystem which would reclaim kast-
dreds of acres which are at present
worthless on account of molatare.
Passenger trains are being, taritod?
on each side of the depression amtT.
the passengers are being treated to
no end of inconvenience traniiterring
themselves .and having-. t*eir Betong-
ings moved across the bog to tarn'
waiting trains on the other aid*.
Stcrmr, In English Channel.
Havre Aug. 10.���The French l'ner
La France, which waa scheduled to
sail today for New York, did not leave
port on account of the storm ln the
English channel.
��� ���������������������������������������<���**
REPORTED KEW ISSUE �����
OF C. P. R. STOCK   ���
Ottawa, Ang. IT.-���The OS-
t-iwa Journal' Is authority r��r
the statement that within
week tbe C. P. It. will
further fssue of stock to tkw
value of 150,000,000.
��� ��� FAGB TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1912.
Classified Advertising
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RATES.
One ceat per word for day.
Four oents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
for iess than 25$.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 50c per insertion.
FOR 8ALE
FOR    SALE���14-FOOT    PLEASURE
boat.   Apply 1321 Thirteenth street.
=se?
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���FROM OWNER VACANT
lot. also house and lot close in. Address S. Reynolds, 209 Ninth street,
New Westminster, B. C.
WANTED ��� STENOGRAPHER
(male) at once. Apply by letter,
stating age and experience, to Box
95, Westminster Daily News.
WANTED ��� BOY TO WORK IN
printing office. Jackson Printing
Company, Market Square.
WANTED ��� LARGE ROOM WITH
use of telephone and piano. Box
94 News office.
WANTED ��� GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply Mrs. P. Birrell,
115 Royal avenue.
FOR QUICK SALE���OWNER NEEDS
the money. Lots 6, 7 and 8, block 2,
resubdivlsion of block 1, D. L. 25,
group 1, New Westminster. $300
cash, or $325 terms each. Apply ,W.
H. Smedley, Box 508 Nelson, B. C.
CELEBRATED REWARDS
BAITS THAT HAVE BEEN OFFER.
ED IN BRITISH CASE3.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH-
teen fruit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 foot
lane; water and light; $1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner, on lot 28 Eighth
avenue, East Burnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, one and
one-half blocks from car.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS,
coop and chickens, 21 fruit trees
full bearing; lot 5, 50x132 feet, garden and vegetables; Ninth avenue,
Burnaby, between Second and
Fourth streets. Price $1350: very-
easy terms.   Apply on premises.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOK I.M.MKDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
PCLITE BU3GLA3S.
Flrasant Manners Frequently Acccn-
pany the Most Crooked of Minds.
That the modern  burglar i^ by no
means the uncouth, ill-mannered type
1 of person that Dickens pictured  Bill
| Sykes to be is evidenced by the extraordinary acts of politeness that some
criminals perform in the course ol
their nefarious work. The other day,
for instance, a notorious pickpocket
in Paris robbed a music hall singer
of ber handbag, and sent her a neatly-worded letter of  apology  tlie  next
j day.
1 A gentleman whose pocket was picked of a purse containing money ami
t',,i railway tickets in  Blackpool not
| long ago was astonished a few days
afterwards to receive V 1 purse and
t!u railway ticket- back by post. Inside the packet containing tliem waa
a  note  tn  the effect  that the   writer
Present Scott Will Cise In England
Is Arousing Comment, But Many
Big Sums Have Been Oflered ior
Information Regarding Crimes,
Criminals' Documents, Etc., Since
the Days of Prices on Men's Heads.
The offer of $50,000 reward fof u
codicil in the Scott will case, says an
Kngiish paper, will make many people in London rub their ayes,
Here is a prize big enough to ss- j
cure a competence for life, i -d it, is I
offered ler a document nut mire than!
twelve years old.    No unpleasant con-!      , , ���        ,
sequences need be 'eared by the Iind-' -",,;    miulre<1   tlle   |!,":V   ii;i1    ll! '
er.    In  handing  it  over  lie  will  Ijy
doing  a   plain  duty,   lie   will   receive
352^
the thank-* snd congratulation* ul
those ci ncernad, and ret.rr In receive
those of the outside pu' '.ic. Upon
him will fall no odium whatever such
ns used to attach to tbe informer t.i
olden times, nor will he incur the informer's risks.
In the Phoenix Park ca-e, for instance, when the -um was nn liiwher,
the iruarantea of police protection
had to be promised. The $511,000 i f
Mn.y,  1012, must rank surely  then  as j
been in the purse, and advi-ing the
owner of the latter article to he more
careful of his valuables in iuture.
Some burglar? who stole several
hundreds of dollars' worth of jeweller;- from a jeweller's shop, situated
in a larsre country town, lelt behind
them a ten-cent piece, and a note
which ran as follows: "Wc are sorry
we had to damage your window in
getting in. Here is the money to pay
for the repair." Needless t'i say, it
cost much more than ten cents tti repair the broken window, and t'.ie loss
of   even   one   rinu   would   have   been
When you want to
clear your house of flies,
see that you get
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
Imitations are always
unsatisfactory.
FOR   8ALE-
niost new.
-A   BELL   PIANO,
408 Fifth street.
AL-
WANTED���A GOOD PAINTER.    AP
ply 715 Fifth avenue, W. Reider.
���\>R SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der. a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
WANTED���EXPERIENCED WOMAN
for general house work. Apply 227
St. Patrick street.
WANTED���OFFICE BOY; HIGH
school boy preferred. Bring written
application to H. P. Vidal & Co.,
Market Square.
fOR SALE���STEEL MALLKABLI'
ranges on easy terms: $1.00 down
$1.00 per wnek. Canada Range Co..
Market Square.
lhe  most  tempting  prize  nl  this  sort., .    ,,     .       ,,
on record.    It is an exceptional offer. ' mnTe- t" the Jewel,er ,1,,in a "mashed
rthen expenditure on
more  and  more   lav-
WANTED���YOUNG SCOTCH GIRL
wishes to assist with housework.
Sleep at home. Address Box 89
News office.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE   RE-
quiie two comfortable furnished
rooms; old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401.
WANTED���AN    IRONER.
City steam laundry.
ROYAL
WANTKD���ROOMERS AND BOARD
ers.   3fl Hastings street.
LOST.
LOST���AT THE PICNIC ON BOWEN
Island Tuesday, a lady's silver
watch. Finder please return to A.
Griase. care of Windsor hotel.
LOST ��� A    SMALL    BLACK    AND
white fox terrier with collar and
city license No. ~1 attached. Any
person reufming the same to 115
Third strc.it will be suitably re-
ivarded,
even in the dav
lituration irruw.-
ish.
Once, it is true a reward of five
million dollar.- was advertised. It
appeared in The London Times of
January 27, 1?60, and was promised
for a copy of the certificate i f the
baptism ul Hubert .lennin.'s, born
about 1704 Hut the hopelessness ol
the Jennings case was such as to prevent the amount being taken, very
.-criously.
In point of fact the rewards offc i\
now   compare   quite   favnrali'jr,   with
WINTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.   APPI.1*
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
TO   RENT.
TO      RENT --HOUSE      AT      220
SeveiilYv street. Kn(\u\re M\enbough,
224 Seventh Btreet.
VOR KENT���LARGE, AIRY, WELL
lighted room, 30x30 feet, in Hard-
man block, suitable for office or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
FOUND.
FOUND-GOLD LOCKET BROOCH.
Owner can have same by proving
property, whicn is at the Daily
News oifice, and   paying   expenses.
I FOUND - BETWEEN SAPPERTON
aud Coquitlam, a white and Hyer
setter dog. If not claimed in seven
days and expenses paid will be sold
to defray cost. C. G. Wheeler, 315
Brunette street, Sapperton.
PERSONAL.
t..
were   put   nn
men   ami   sin
work was paii
h   amateurs.
OM  roorls
wi;   a   verv   I
wanted  min.
year  m t   l> np
t'ie   police    lo
of t'ie halcyon days when prices '
the   heads  oT,highwav-
ep-stea!ers,   nnd   police
1 for as piecewr rk done
.lv
that $2C0 i r $2:.)
"id -um li r a muck
It is true tliat in one
I" furn the advent cf
ce, l'arii intent paid
$410.0011 in blond money, but that was
i>Ta'i-e the w rk was done in an expo-she wn* rrli r that! because the
int-'s iu individual cases wt-re particularly hiuh.
When p .���....���������ri nf sr> r.no was rf.
fer d in l��!0 for information concern"
im.-tlie murder ol Benjamin I'athurst,
no Kngiish envoy to the Court ul
Vienna who was supposed lo have
been ki'VI It his papers, jt was
Icr.-e ennuifh t���> create sensation i n
li. t!i   sides   of   tl.e   Channel.
It was never claimed. Ilntlmr't was
rtartinu fr..m an inn at PeHcliertf, on
tlie Way from Hamburg to Berlin,
where be bnd pay��ed ("r Tofre��lnnert.
topped round to tbe tri nt of tbe
1 window; hut the criminal kink in the
burg'ars' nature did not enable them
; to realize this, and their one thnncht
i on departinu was how they could he
po'.ite to thoir victim.
The innate chivalry ol one burglar
j Once induced him to leave a wealthy
l man's house without stealim: as much
as   a   cent.    One   night,   during   the
I absence of tlie  master of the  Inns:,
| his  wife  whs  awakened  by  hearing
i footsteps in the hill.   On going out to
! see  who it  was.  she  was  confronted
; by a desperate-looking man. who held
J a  revolver pointed  towards  her,  and
'said:   "Make   no   noi-e,   or   \cu   wil.
i meet with harm.    Are you alone!1"
The frightened lady replied that she
was a'.one,  with the exception nl her
two   little   children,   who  were   then
fast asleep, and she eave the burglar
permission tu walk  off with  whatever
he   pleased,   provided   that   he   woull
not  wake    the   little    ones  aud  thus
frighten them.
Something,    perhaps    the    remeni
j brance  of  his  own   childhood's  davs.
seemed   t>   touch   the   man's   heart.
"All  right,"  he  replied,  "I   wouldn't
i fri.'hten the kiddies  fur the  world."
: And  to the  ama7enient of tlie trembling mother, he turned roun.'. v-Hlk-
ed slowly down thc stairs, ami a moment later she board  the  front door
close upon him.    A thief who visited
a hen roost at Hartford on one occasion whs evidently gifted with a love
of poetry as well as a vein of polite-
'ness,  tor  although   hc   stole  nu  fewei
than    twentv-six   fowls,    he    le t   two
hens   behind   him   and   the   fullowinj
couplet   pinned   on   the   i*n>r   of   the
fowl-house:
CITY    OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
hall, coiner Kighth street and Agnes
street.
BUILDERS AND PLUMBERS, FOR
cement Mocks, chimneys, brick
laundry tubs, drain file ar.d fireproof, germproof, waterproof, sanitary plastic flooring, see J. W. McCallum, Westminster Trust block.
Phones: Office 434; house L 885.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reasonable.   720 Agnes stroet.
TO RKNT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.   Address Box 765 City.
KOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
street, opposite Dominion Trust
block.   Apply H. P. Vidal fc Co.
COMPETENT LONDON. ENGLAND,
accountant open for private bookkeeping cr auditing. Apply Hugh
Bapbington, 405 Columbia street,
city.   Phone 9ftS.
BOOKKEE PING, TYPEWRITING
shorthand and French taught during
the day or evening. Applv Mr. Hugh
Bapbington. 405 Columbia street,
city.   Phono Ml.
FOR  RENT���LARGE   FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light  TO THOSE LOOKING FOR A  NEW
housekeeping,
street.
Apply 213  Seventh ,
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
OKANAGAN ORCHARD���Ten acres
all planted and under irrigation at
$500 an acre. Choice district. Will
consider good proposition to trade.
BLACKSMITH SHOP FOR SALE���
Fully equipped. Excellent turnover.   Snap price $500.
LARGE FURNISHED APARTMENT
house for rent. Three year and a
half lease. $125 a month. Rooms
all full.   Eleven suites.
BUILDERS ATTENTION���We have a
choice, building lot on Sixth avenue,
facing on two Btreet 8,50x14'). Fino
proposition for two Iioubcb. Can be
bought at snap price. Call and see
us.
THREE LOTS ON WISE ROAD���
each 34x145 to lane; $600 caah
Terms for balance.    No. 41.
LARGE eight roomed cottage, completely modern, furnace, laundry,
fully and comfortably furnished
throughout. $6500; onc-thlrd cash.
Terms 6, 12, 18 and 24 months. No.
57.
FINE    SIXTH    STREET    LOT,   BOX
119.76 for $2600;  third cash; terms
location with unlimited possibilities
tor prosperity���Fort Fraser, B. C
on the Grand Trunk Pacific, keeps
open house. Two stores, a saw mill
and other Industries already started. Bank, hotel, club house and
many different lines of business to
be ready In thc fall. Rich surrounding agricultural country. Whether
you are looking for an opportunity
in town or a farming location, call
or write for details and llt"rature.
Fort Fraser Development Club, W.
A, Matheson, Socretarv. Vancouver office. 102 Winch building.
lioMea    before    entering    the    conch.
From that no mont he disappeared.
His pantaloons, riddled pith l,ul-
leas. wore afterwards found with nie
of his letters in the pockets, and last
year, more than a hundred years nf.
forward-, a skeleton was unearthed
not far from the scene of tho lisap-
poaranee which is believed to have
lieen that of Rathurst. The crime.
lf crime there was, remains still unexplained.
The date nf the announcement of
the reward for information which
would lead to the conviction nl the
murderers of Burke and Cavendish
was May f>. lS&J. two days after the
crime. A free pardon was offered to
any person concerned in the plot whi
was not the actual murderer, as well I
as protection "in any part of H- r I
Majesty's  dominions."
"Clues" poured in at once from all j
points of the compass, and twenty- !
six suspects were arrested in the .
course of six months. But not until ,
February in the lollnwiiig year did ,
the authorities obtain the information l
which led to tlie conviction of Bradv. i
Curley, Fagan. Kelly (who were all !
executed), and their confederates.
A lodger In  the   house   ol   a   man !
1 ve   robbed   the  rich,   hut   not   tlie
poor.
And left two o
more."
hens to hatch si nie
mucb
the
ne orim
poisoned  hi-
boen  lu  tl,.
premises,   'Hie
was nm ned t
..   housenwner  was  recently
upset o,,e morning   when   |,e   cam?
downstairs and found that his house
hid been l.ureled  in the night . I a
number nf valuables.   But he was ev
[en more upset when ho went int
I garden and discovered that t!
' inal.  or  criminals,  ha
! favorite  dug,  which  had
; habit et guarding hi
j next day, however, h_
I find that another dog of the same si?.
jand breed was occupying the kenne
A   letter   was   tied   round   its   ueck
1 which stated that: " arP very sor
, ry that they killed your dug. Thev
j know how fond one can uot o| H pe'i
. animal, so tliey take the liberty nl
i replacing the one they made awa)
with by the animal of the s:i���le breed
' which yuu see beiore you."
To  Quit  the  Stag*.
Mr.   Forbes   Robertson   is  about  In
set out mi farewell tours in Kneland
and America.   He is now approaching
his    sixtieth     birthday,    and     aflei
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of tho Ctty
of New Westminster having bv Resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the following work, that is to say:
To construct a lane twenty (20)
teet wide between Mowat street and
Eleventh St'^et and between Queen's
avenue and Third avenue, and for that
purpose to purchase portions of Subdivision 3 of Lot 45, Subdivision 12 of
Lot 40. and Lot 26. all in Suburban
Block 5, City of New Westminster.
And that the said work:; be carried
ont in accordance with the provisions
if the "Local Improvement General
Bylaw 1112."
And the City Engineer ard Citv As
sessor having reported to the Connc'l
'n accordance with the provisions of
the said bvlaw upon the said work'
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of rea1
property to be benefited bv the sa!d
works and other particulars and thp
sa'd reports of the City Eng'neer and
City Assessor having been adopted bv
the Council.
Not'co is hereby given that the said
recorts are open for Inspection at the
office of the City Assessor. Citv Hall
Columbia street. New Westminster.
B. C.. and that unless a petition
igainst the proposed works abivc
mentioned signed by a majority cf tho
nwners of the land or real property to
be assessed as charged In respect of
mch works representing at leas' one
half in value thereof Is presented tr
the Council within fifteen days from
the date of the first publication of thl?
notice the Council will proceed with
tbe proposed Improvements unde-
-mch terms and conditions as to payment of the cost of such Improvements as the Council may by bylaw lr
that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment
r^tetl ��hls Sixth day of August
A. D., 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Date of first publication  August  7,
1912.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Engineering    Department���Notice   to
Contractors.
Sealed tenders endorsed "Timber
Bridge over Still Creek" will be received by the undersigned not later
than 12 noon on Saturday, Aug. 24,
for erection of a timber bridge 50 faet
span, including piling and abutment.
Particulars and specifications may
be had at the Engineers office, Edmonds, B. C, after Wednesday, tho
19th inst.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on forms supplied and
accompanied by marked cheque for 5
per cent of amount of tender made
payable to the Corporation of Burnaby.
The Council will not be bound to
accept the lowest or any tender.
WILLIAM   GRIFFITHS,
Comptroller.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, Aug
10, 1912.
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMIN8TER.
Local Improvement Notice���Widening
of  Cemetery Street.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster, having by resolution determined and specified that it
Ib desirable to carry out the following
works, that is to say:
To purchase certain properties in
order that Cemetery street may be
: widened from Cumberland Street to
Alberta Street. And that said works
be carried out in accordance wtth the
provisions of the "Local Improve
njent General Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions o'f
thc said by-law upon the said work
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
work and other particulars and the
said repoit of the said City Engineer
and Cltv Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the
said report Is open for inspection  at
the office of the City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia Street, New Westminster. 15. C, and that unless a petition
against   the   proposed   work    above
mentioned Rlgned by a majority of the
owners cf the land or real property to
be assessed or charged In respect of
st-ch works representing at least one-
half in value thereof is presented to
the Council within fifteen davs from
the date of the first   publication   of
this  notice  the Councll wlll proceed
with the proposed  improvements under such terms and conditions as to
the payment of the cost cf such Improvements as the Council may by bvlaw  in  that behalf regulate and   determine and abo to make the said assessment.
Dated this 23rd day of Julv, 1912.
J. B. R-USHTON,
Acting City Clerk.
Date  nf first publication   21th   July,
1912.
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868.
Room 4 Traao Block
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
on the   following
named Carey, a Dublin town council- I spending forty years on the A ate in
lor, reported that be had discovered j feels that he has well earned a per
knives, Midi as were used by the as- j |od of leisure
Mssin. hidden in Carey'* house.. Both in Kngland and America I ho
Carey, confronted with this, tun-I I public are loth tn part with an actor
in former,   and    the    arreaU  speedily U| the distinction  nf  Mr.   RnUitann
i     ,��1* ,i , U is doubtful whether thero has eve-
In 1*S8 tho various reward* offered
for the capture of ,lsck the Ripper
totalled IIO.IXX). The city authority
nffcred $2,500, two newspapers 12,000,
tho Vigilance Committees $50(1. Sir
Samuel Montague $500, and Stock Fix
change   members   the   balance.    But
REGIMENTAL ORDERS
6, 12 and 18
money-maker.
montha.   Thla   ls
See Us About Highland Home.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis Work.  New Westminster. B.C.
Telephone 295. P, 0. Box 777.
104th Regiment Canadian Infantry
Regimental order No. 27. by Lieut
H. A. J.ohnson, commanding. Headquarters, New Westminster, Aug. 8,
1912:
Parades���A and B Companies will
parade at the Drill Hall every TueB-
dav and Thursday evenings, commencing Aug. 13. These parades must
be attended by officers, non-commissioned officers and men, on account
of the expected visit of the Governor-
General Ills Royal Highness the Duke
of Connaught, to New Westminster on
Sept. 21, 1912. Every effort must be
made by all rnnka to make the parade on this occasion a credit to the
regiment.
Uniforms���Clothing and equipment
wlll be Issued from company stores
on Tuesday evening, 13 Inst.
Appointments-���The O. C. has boen
pleased to approve of the following
promotion: To be Signalling Sergeant.
Pte. H. Wright. A Company.
Rifle Practice���Attention of all
ro"ks Is called to thn fact that the
rifle range is open for practice every
Saturday afternoon. Rifles and ammunition cun be Beoured at the Drill
Hail every Friday evening at 8 p. m.
!><���   r\r,l,***
r. II. SMITH, Capt.,
Acting Adjutant 104th Regt.
j the erimos continued and the money
we>t unclaimed.
The worth of a clue lo "Peter the
PnlrW." of Kritr. Rvaaw, nod others
iHHylateil jn the Houmlsditch mnrier" in 1010 was assessed at $2,500,
hut thl* likewise was never paid," the
online theiiHolves finding lhe duo
w' ich led thorn to account for lhe
mon who fell In the siege of Sidney
-trpot.
In Mav. 1005, $5.0C0 was offered in
an ndverti-ement in The Daily Mail
In connection with the disappearance
of throe diamonds from the premise*
ol Messrs. Tiffany. In 1907 the Dublin Castle authorities offered a similar
amount b>r the recovery of the miss-
ine resalia ol St. Patrick, and the
"thor jewels worth over $150,000 in
all. stnlen lrom the Castle sale. Mr.
Wertheimer offered $5,000, too, after
the buralary at his houne in the *ame
year, when his masterpieces and gold
snuff-boxes were stolen, with (ther
valuables, to the worth uf $'(50,000.
Two years ago $5,000 was offered
again in the Cafe Monico case, when
a merchant was robbed of precious
��t 'lies by some men who snatched
his bag while ha* was washing his
hands. Tiie men were traced and
convicted. Imt in this instance without the missing property being foui I.
Tho only reward so far that stand;
to the aid of wirolcs was paid tn
Captain Kendall, $500, fo' the capture
of Crippen tn tlie Ur-:)irof<
lieen   such   a   line   Hamlet,   and   tin-
��� uhlie  will ever  remember his  por
trayal ul the character <>l Dick, lh*
Viind   war   correspondent,   iu   "The
l.i-.'lit That Kaih-d. ' or hi* assoelstin
,th  Mm,   I'-tr -k  Cain; b'll in "Bn
i ���    -i il   in let,"
I) riba  lie  i n-t  few years be ha-
"Too   a    ��� h��ii' i"  nal    -"iiccess   will.
lorutn '* pliy,  "The  Passing of  Ih
���li'i'ii   Kl ���   Back."    It   is   natura
hat   h'^   sin li d    -eek   a   well-oarneo
Hst,  but  it  is coi lain tint the .-ta'.!.-
an  ill spare  him, for at the present
time   tiure   U   in>  une   to   tHke   hi.-
place.
An Expi motion,
ln une year tl.e aurora bureaUf wa-
��esn one niirht as tar south as Wl l
(hire, The inhaliita-|ts nf a certain
village Bs-emb'ed to witness t'.ie uu
wonted spectacle, Many were tlle
inquiries ns to what it was when n
women exclniiind: "Do thee send, Iur
nur .lock. He's a scholard. I'll he
hound he'll gie un a tieatne!" When
���luck arrived he looked upward and
said, "Oh, it's only a phenomenon!"
"There," said the delighted mother,
"didn't I tell 'ee hed u\e un a
neaino'r"-London Notes and Queries.
Two Indian Armies,
Comprising the northern army and
th" southern army England's forces
In India are divided Into two sections,
The headquarter* of the former nro
at Kawal Pindi, of the latter at Poon a.
First Thames Steamboats.
The  first steamer on  thc  Thames
Wis tho Marjory, in 1914.   Tlie Richmond (ol lowed her a ygar later.
Local  Improvement Notice,
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified thatlt
Is desirable to carry out the following
works, tbnt ls to say:
To grade, pave, lay cement sidewalks, curbs, storm sewers, gutters
drains, water mains, Instal electric
lighting systems and any other work
contingent thereto
Btreets:
Sixth Avenue from 4th to 6th street.
Sixth Street trom 4th to 6th Avenue.
Fifth Street from 3rd to 6th Avenue.
Leopold Place from Columbia
Street to Royal Avenue.
Queen's Avenue from lst to 6th
Street.
Sixth Street from Front to Colum
bia Street.
Regina Street from 1st to 4th
Street.
Fourth Street from Columbia
Street to Royal Avenue.
McKenzie Street from Front Stree-
to Columbia Street.
And that said works be carried ou'
In accordance with the provisions ol
the "Local Improvement General By
law 1912."
And the City Engineer and City As
sessor having reported to the Counc1'
in accordance with the provisions o'
the said bylaw upon the said work
giving statements showing tin
amounts estimated to be chargeabb
agalnat the various portions of rea'
uropnrty to be benefited by the sai^
works and other particulars and tin
said reports of the said City Englnee
and Cltv Assessor having been adopt
ed by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the salt
reports are open for lnspoctlon at thi
office of the City Assessor, City Hall
Columbia Street. New Westminster, B
C, and that unless a petition ngalns
the proposed works above mentioned
signed by a majerlty of the owners ot
the land or real property to   be aR
sessed or charged ln respect of sue!
works representing at least one-hub
In value thereof Is presented   to thi
Council within flfteen days from thi
date of the   first publication  of thii
notice the Council will proceed wltl
the   proposed   Improvements   unde-
such terms and conditions at tn th��
payment of the cost of such improvements as the Council may by bylaw ln
that behalf regulate and  determine
I and also to make the said assessment.
! Dated thla 23rd day .of July, 1912.
I                               J. B. RUSHTON,
I                                 Acting City Clerk.
Date ot first  publication  July  24th,
MM.  . 	
EDMONDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE I
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All Work Guaranteed.
541 Front Street      N"' City Market
COME TO THE
Kelvin Cafe
whe-c PLACE, PLATE and
PRICE will PLEASE.
WHITE LABOR ONLV.
HOME COOKING.
ABOVE T. J. TRAPP A CO.
Correr Lorne and Columbia Streets.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Store, 34x16, for rent.   Good opening for a restaurant.
New cottage for rent;  one and a
half blocks from Sixth street car line.
Suite of unfurnished rooms for rent.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth Street. -
-'������**��� ... ,.., .
axassct&ii
MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREI
ROUND THE MESS TABLE
BY  THE   MARTIAN.
The Minister of Militia has come
and gone, and if his promises all ma
terialize, much that ts good is coming
the way of the hitherto much neglected militia of British Columbia. Promises are like pie crusts, easily broken,
as the old saying has it, and this 13
especially true of political promises,
but it is to be earnestly hoped that
Colonel Sain Hughe3 is going to prove
himself to be the man of his word,
which his reputation proclaims for
him, and that the much needed reforms and Improved accommodations
will speedily bo ours.
In spite of his reported assertion
that Deadman's Island Is to be the
site of the new Vancouver Drill Hall,
the minister has told the people of
that city that it is up to them to provide a location, and rightly so.
For the life of me I cannot see what
points Deadman's Island has In its
favor. It is far from the centre of
population, and as the c'ty cannot
grow in that direction, must as time
goes on, become still more out of tbe
way. A far better plan would be to
leave the Sixth Regiment and Eighteenth Field Ambulance In the quarters they occupy at present and build
ln another locality for the 72nd Highlanders and the Army Service Corps.
As far as the local regiment is concerned, the announcement that it Is
to be made a city unit is of very great
importance, because it must be con-1
ceded that the 104th will never thrive.'
under anv other conditions. From Its
organization It has never received any
fair treatment or encouragement from
headquarters (principally because it.
was never asked for, from what I can
gather). My experience of "officials"
is that any thing that one wants mus*
not ask but clamor for, or nothing w'll
be forthcoming. Of course, it takes a
certain amount of time and Interest
though, but nothing can be accomplished without, and unless a man Is
willing to accord a fair proportion of
the two nualities he has no right to ba
in a pi'blic position.
Harking back to the m'nin|'er's v's-
it. hov��"er. ve can onlv feel that he
has said a lot, promised but verv l't-
tle. lik�� a true poPticlRn. but at the
same time has g'ven birth to. a vc*-v
lnrge "mount of the hope that springs
eternal.
services of the world, unless 1 am'
mistaken, the medical officers must
be qualified practicioneers, and it is
hardly likely that the Militia Council
will depart from this rule. If I remember rightly all sergeants, or at any
rate all staff sergeants of. the corps
must qualify in compounding, and I
am quite sure that very few of them
desire, or feel equal to filling the post
of a medical officer.
The Druggists' Union, or whatever
the governing body is called, seem to
lay stress on the social side of the
case rather than the military aspect,
and seem to feel hurt that fully qualified doctors should be admitted to the
commissioned ranks whilst tbe chemist who has earned his diploma is not.
To my mind their request is somewhat unreasonable, and seems to be
based, more on the desire for self-
glorification than a genuine wish for
the betterment of the service. Should
the privilege be accorded, what is to
prevent the Cooks' Union from demanding a commission to take tbe
place of Sergeant Cook, for without
doubt, the presence of a good expert
In Invalid cookery is every bit as
necessary in an establishment of sick
men, as the compounder of prescriptions, ordered and put in writing by
other intellects.
The minister is alleged to have
premised, the drueglsts tbat th"
"rank" of Sergeant Compounder sball
be eliminated from the Canadian
Army Medical Corns and that, as a
mark of esteem and npnrobit'on qualified pill-rollers shall ln future receive a commission.    In  all  mllitcr.-
According to advices from London,
the Premier of Canada was much impressed when listening to a discussion on the naval estimates in the British House of Commons, by the air
of unanimity which prevailed and the
absolute exclusion of party political
feeling. That is as it should be of
course. When a question of the defence of the country ls Involved there
can only be one issue, and that is efficiency, and the only form of legislation should be that which is best calculated to promote the same. We in
Canada should endeavor to emulate
this. Party politics must be vigorously excluded from our naval and military policy if we are to get the best
results for the vast amount of money
annually expended thereon. The moment politics are allowed to creep ln
from that time will the usefulness of
the forces diminish. Only one question can be considered when the armaments of a nation, its only safeguard*
in turbulent times, are concerned, and
that is what policy will render us immune from the attack of our enemies.
Let us resolutely Insist that we have
only of the best, whether on land or
sea, and by power of the vote, return
onlv those who will give us adequate
protection, and efficient services Into
our government.
THOUSAND KILLED      I Bf CKER WAS SEEN
IN TURKISH QUAKE
Five to Six  Thousand  Said to  Be  Injured���Warships   Disturbed   at
Anchor.
Constantinople, Aug. 11.���Reports
heru today indicate that the greal
earthquake winch was felt through a
large part of Turkey was accompanied by ajnuch heavier loss of life than
at first stated. The newspapers today
estimate the number of victims at a
thousand killed, while the Injured are
said to number from five to six thousand.
The ' details of the earthquake,
which are coming in slowly, owing to
the Interruption of the wires, indicate that the seismic disturbance was
widespread. Outbreaks of lire huve
occurred in many towns and villages.
Great destruction has been caused
by the upheaval.
��� The entire district between Constantinople and Adriauople felt the
shock severely. Fugitives from Myrl-
ophito report ��G0 killed and six hundred Injured. The town was burning
when nicy left. Ganos-Hora has been
wiped out, 800 persons being killed
and 30 wounded. The wrecked buildings took (Ire aud most of them were
burned. Shar-Kol was destroyed and
two nearby villages were engulfed.
Adrlanople suffered little damage, but
Tchorlu was partly destroyed by the
earthquake and fin;. The course of
the disturbance appears to bave been
in the region of the Dardanelles. Bye-
wltneBHes from that section give harrowing accounts of tho havoc
wrought. The majority cf the houses
ln Gallipcll aro In ruins and the people nre camuing in the fields.
Tchanak-Kalosril ls in au equallv
bad,plight, but the loss of l'fe in these
towns Is small, although the injured
are many.
Warships anchored ln tho Dardanelles felt tho shock severely. It was
first attributed to Italian torpedo
boats. The cuptaln of the American
steamer Virginia reports that the
lighthouse at Ganos-Hora in the Sea
of Marmora, has disappeared and that
the villages ln the surrounding country are In flameB. He was unable to
anchor and give assistance because of
the violent movement of the sea.
NORTH   ARM   SOUNDINGS.
Engineers Have Almost Completed
Work���Used Samson.
The work of taking soundings of
the North Arm of the Fraser, which
Has been in progress during the past
three weeks is now about finished.
Mr. George Turner, assistant engineer
of the local office of tho Department
of Public Works has been in charge
of tho woift with a corps of engineers.
The snag-puller Samson has been
used to a largo extent, this vessel
with her shallow draught, being available ln all kinds of water. The work
started at the Point Grey end of the
river, and with the exception of a few
days work In the vicinity of the Lulu
Island bridge, Mr. Turner ls almost
ready to make bis report to the Ottawa authorities.
WITH MURDERERS
Jack Sullivan to Confess Today���Evi
dence of Graft Taking by Police
Accumulates.
New York, Aug. 11.���"Jack" Sullivan, under arrest In connection with
the murder of Herman Rosenthal,
promised today that Monday he would
go to District Attorney Whitman's office and tell all he knew about the alleged connection of Police Lieutenant
Becker with his full story until he had
seen Mr. Whitman, who is out of town
over Sunday, Sullivan said to Mr.
Smith that he bad seen Becker in
conversation with "Jack" Rose and
"Bridgie" Webber a few hours after
the murder.
This corroborates the stories of the
other witnesses indicating close relations between Becker and thc men involved in the murder plot. Sullivan
denied, however, knowing previously
aivtiung about the plans to do away
with Rosenthal and also denied that
he had driven away In the grey automobile ln which the murderers escaped.
While on the street shortly after
the killing, he went from the ffotel
Metropole to "Bridgie" Webber's gambling house on Forty-second street.
He saw Becker and Rose conversing
on the sidewalk, he said. Later they
were joined by "Bridgie" Webber and
the three held a low-toned conversation ln which he was not permitted to
Join.
Sullivan makes the sixth of the nine
-^en under arrest tor the murder who
have "squealed" and tho effect of the
addition of another "recruit" upon
Police Lieutenant Becker, who jtill
maintains tliat he has nothing to confess, wlll be watched with interest by
the prosecution. Efforts of representatives of District Attorney Whitman
to trace Becker's bank deposit resulted today In locating five more banks
i*t which accounts were recorded in
the name of Becker and his wife, representing altogether deposits of more
than $25,000. All tho deposits were
made lt was learned, within the last
eight months. In one bank Becker
was credited with $13,000. It was also learned bv the Investigators that
two police Inspectors had made recent
^"nslts totalling altogether $75,000.
Evidence of graft-taking against one
of these Inspectors is in the hands of
the district attorney, who will Heek
his indictment when the graft feature
ct the case is taken up by the grand
jury.
Information charging that Becker
turned over to "those higher up" more
of his alleged graft collections than
he kept, himself was obtained today
bv Assistant District Attorney Smith.
Becker's receipts, according to this
evidence, amounted to about $15,000 a
month, but of this $10,000 went to the
so-culled "system."
"Jack" Rose, lt wns learned todav.
has received absolute Immunity. It
became known thnt when Rose confessed before the grand jury a stipulation granting him his freedom as soon
as he has completed his testimony at
the trial of the case was signed by tho
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It stands guard over her interests, conserving her
time and energy, effecting a daily saving in coal,
adding to the household economy and increasing
the pleasure which comes from a smooth-running
end well-ordered household.
That's why she enthusiastically recommends the
Gurney-Oxford whenever the question corSca up.
She wants her friends to learn, what she knows
to be a fact, that a Gurney-Oxford Range is a good
housewife's most valuable and cherished possession.
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NEW WESTMINSTER
(13)
District Attorney and Judge Mulqueen
with the approval of the grand jury.
Rose is in a penitent mood, according
to his lawyer, and is anxious to reform. He plans as soon as be is released to leave the country with his
wife and their two children and begin life over.
MINISTER   OF   MINES.
Mr. J. O. Taylor's Name Is Mentioned
for  New  Dominion  Portfolio.
Ottawa, Aug. 11.���It is possible that
next session an additional portfolio
will be created and the west will be
granted a fourth minister. It Is understood that strong influence is being brought to bear by the mining interests to have 6. minister of mined
appointed. Formerly the department
of mines was under the minister of inland revenue. Last session this
branch was transferred to tbe department of the Interior.
This is one of the heaviest departments and It is felt that under a full-
fledged minister the mining industry
could tbe given far more encouragement raan it has received in the past.
British Columbia is said to be particularly anxious to see a minister of
mines appointed.
The names suggested for the position are: Messrs. R. B. Bennett, Calgary; J. D. Taylor. N'ew Westminster;
Robert F. Green, the member to succeed Mr. A. 3. Goodeve, Kootenay. Mr.
Green was formerly minister of mine3
in the British Columbia  Government.
FRENCH  PRESS OBJECTS.
Action of Senate Regarding Panama
Canal Causes Great Outcry.
Paris, Aug. 11.���"The Gauntlet
Thrown Down to Europe" and "American Monopoly cf the Panama
Canal," these are headline comments
In the Paris evening papers on the
vote of the United States Senate on
the Canal Bill. ""The French newspapers expect France will back up the
British protest. At tbe Foreign Offlce, however, it was said today no decision had yet been taken.
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No    More    Overcrowding���Many
forms Ordered  by Government
���Effective Next January.
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MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1912.
ARBITRATION OR COERCION.
The decision of the American senate in favor of the granting of concessions to American ships in connection -with the Panama Canal, is a
matter which is arousing the resentment, not only of Great Britain, but
of other European  nations also.
Prom cabled advices it appears certain that France wil not let this mat-
to- ro by without uttering a vigorous
protest neither is lt likely that Ger;
many, a nation whose sea borne commerce has grown at a tremendous
rate of late years, will stand meekly
��y-
In facl, by her refusal to abide by
the terms of the Hay-Pauncefote
treaty, the United States sets herself
<lead against the whole world. Following so closely upon the reaffirmation of the Monroe doctrine it would
i��pp��ar that the great republic has
scarcely counted the cost of trcity-
frireaking with others, while at the
aame time, loudly shouting "Hands
off" in compliance with a mere doctrine, which lias never bepn formally
recognized by any of the great world
powers.
Might, to a far greater extent than
is realized by many people, still is
right in this world of ours, and even
were it not, the nations have right on
their side to compel the United States j with double trucks
'  ' ��-             ���III        u��
Victoria, Aug. 11.���A number of
changes designed by the government
to aid in the comfort, convenience and
safety of passengers on the B. C. Electric Railway Company's cars have been
ordered by Attorney-General Bowser
as the result of experience gained by
the observance or otherwise, of the
present rules and of conferences with
the government inspector of tramways and with the management of the
company.
The number of passengers that will
be allowed to be carried on interurban
cars between Vancouver and Chilliwack and New Westminster, wlll be
limited to the seating capacity of the
cars. This will, Mr. Bowser believes,
make the passengers more comfortable but also safe, because experience
has shown that In case of collision the
percentage of safety is in favor of
those who are sitting, rather than
those who are standing. The attorney-general is convinced, moreover,
that this regulation will be no hardship on the company. It will involve
the use of more cars, but on the other
hand, thc system of multiple units, or
the putting of two or more cars into
one train, will save expense because
one motorman and one conductor
will be sufficient for each train.
Baggage Facilities.
Also on interurban cars the company will be required to provide a
separate compartment for mail and
baggage, thus doing away with the
inconvenient habit of piling mail and
baggage in scats that might otherwise be occupied b.v passengers, 'or
else liaving the baggage checked and
sent on later. The new arrangement
will enable travelers always to have
their baggage on the same train with
themselves, and will at the same time
have it put where it. will not be in the
way. The company has recognized
these facts, but has perhaps been a
little slow in making the necessary
improvements and the government
feels that the complusion which is
new to be applied will do more harm.
All cars must in future be equipped
No more single-
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cakes, pie crusts, frying and cooking; made from the best English
beef suet only; saves trouble of chopping. One pound goes as far as
two pounds of raw suet
This week we will sell
REGULAR 10c PACKAGES 3 for 25s
REGULAR 35c PACKAGES Each 25c
In stock in the" three big stores.
TME PEOPLE'S GROCER
THREE  BIG   STORES:
City���6S5 Columbia street. Sapperton���317 Columbia street.
West End���Corner Twelfth street and Sixth avenue.
West End Snap
New six roomed modern house in good location. Full sized cement
basement, beam ceilings in dining room, pannelled walls and burlaps ln parlor and halls, lire place in parlor; heated by furnace.   Lot
siderable expense, the company is glv-   are even comparatively free from sin.
en until the end of the present year to
have them ln force ln their entirety.
The government Is convinced that the
company can by that time get the necessary number of new cars and make
the other changes called for. There
need be no serious difficulty about
getting men and. as for power, the
company has plenty of that. The attorney-general has intimated to the
company that the government means
real business In its order that the
changes be made as quickly as possible.
GOING TO ENGLAND
EOR BLUEJACKETS
Sixty   Men  Deserted from   Rainbov
Thirty Gone Home Dissatisfied���
Forty Recruited Here.
tn keep to the letter and spirit of the I truck cars will   be   allowed, because
___'_" , .     ,      , i thev are difficult to control, and there-
Hay-Pauncefote  treaty. | fQrp   unsafR    Carg cf thjg kjnd have
Great Britain has promised to refer, a|ready been done away with on prae-
Qs matter to the Hague tribunal, but tically all the street railways of the
the attitude of Ihe American Govern-   continent,  being  replaced   with  more
ment is very much against this  pro-  5?,0<,e��� cnqu��motnt a,3 the>' wore ����
'   r ,.    ,,   . . .     .   The  B.  C.   Electric  has  been   in   the
cedure.    This, fn itself, does not tend I        e position as other companies  in
to bias the Independent   observer   inl this respect and has not of late pur-
favor of the American stand. chased any cars of this character.
The Hague tribunal  was instituted To   Prevent  Overcrowding.
tm tbe tope ot avoiding war.      The.    dty   cars  must   be   equipped   with
WMktatf  Stb*e��   today    Vn   aea    Vo��er\*"T ^���,��l^w?0 that*heI�� .      -
,��.���*. ecarcew on a level with 3ao-\^ y T&    .    .1 Put����fm."m ^Whey had a roomy ship, good grub and
auums scarcely on a level wun jap    be accea8\ble to the public from ttie\i\eht  duties  because   the   vessel    has
aa-    1.  sbe  rejects the oiier  of  the  outside. The conductor will thus have ^nt St of  iTer  time in  port, but II
Breat powers to arbitrate, there seems j absolute control_as tci the numbOT Ot|the aU,,remeiits of high wages ashore |'
Victoria, Aug. li.���It is understood
that the crew of the Rainbow, which
now numbers about a hundred and
forty, is to he recruited up to its full
strength of 250. As many men as possible are to be BSCured in Canada, but
it is not anticipated that many can
be obtained in this way. The others
are to he brought from England and
are expected to arrive here sometime
during October.
The experience of the Rainbow illustrates the difficulty wllich is apt to
experienced in securing men for a
Canadian navy. She arrived In Canadian waters with a crew of 200. Thirty
of these have since returned home.
Their time had expired and they refused to stay longer because they
found their condition here not as good
as ihey had been led to believe It
would be.    Over sbty have deserted
To cleanse and purify us we need but
one thing���the blood of Jesus Christ.
"Christ had come out of Nazareth,
which was notorious as being the
most sinful place throughout the
length and breadth of Gallllee, and
just as He had done so should all
mortals try to do by rising superior
to the trivial and ineonsequental.
"Of course," went on the speaker,
"one cannot demonstrate salvation in
the same manner as mathematics, tei-
low men may sin out of ignorance
and, although God does not save us
from ignorance, He stands ready and
willing to help us back to righteous
ness."
In conclusion Rev. Mr. Frank exhorted llis hearers not to deflect from
the path of religion for no reward of I
purity and innocence was in store for I
those who had not been followers ol I
truth and the blessed Lord, all their j
days.
to be no other course open to   them
but to resort to force.
Thia-does not necessarily mean war,
but it does mean disagreeable relations existing for a considerable time
between the coerced and those who
in naval and military strength are
far above ber standard.
FISHERMEN FINED
Thirty-one Appear Before Magistrate
���Nets of Two Above Length.
Because they fished in forbidden
-waiters, where the Fraser flows, from
Steveston down to the sandheads,
Stipendary Magistrate Clute on Saturday morning fined 31 piscators to the
tone of $349.50.
Almost all of the offenders pleaded
guilty, and three who had erred for
.the Becond time were fined $15 each.
Hi* worship pointed out to them
tthat to blockade the river at the point
lis question might be very productive
of resulta for the angler, inasmuch as
it prevented the sockeyes from reach-
inr the spawning grounds, but the
���ordinance enacted by the government
tor the protection and conservation
���ef fisheries must be obeyed and if future breaches of the act occurred he
mi|?ht not be inclined to be so lenient.
Two other fishermen were fined for
fishing with nets slightly more
lengthy than allowed by provincial
cejcu Iation.
WALDO  MATHESON   DEAD
-Passed Away Saturday Morning���Acci-
alcnt Happened Sunday Last.
'Vancouvi'T, Aug. 11.���After clinging
t.o life for nearly a week, living with a
broken neck, which resulted from a
��live to the bottom of English Bay
tfrwn the swimming raft last Sunday
night, Mr. Waldo Matheson, popular
young, lacrosse and swimming enthusiast, died at the Ceneral Hosnltnl yesterday forenoon at 10 o'clock. Everything that could be done to make his
sufferings as light as possible had
br*n done early in the week, although
^ihantirtrly no hope, was entertained of
Ml recovery from the flrst. Yester-
��la.y morning a sudden sinking spell
a*?\ in and the end came In a few mln-
���tm. Wben lm died IiIh wife and many
relatives were al his bedBide. The
TtHMTOi -wm be held Monday after-
���nnrm ��1 2 o'clock from the residence
*3_ Wa brother, Mr. George Matheson.
a member of the Vancouver lacrosse
team, who resides at 1515 Nelson
street.
WEALTHY INDIAN WOMAN
DIVORCES HER HUSBAND
KnpTmVrre. Aug. 10,���Ella Moses, n
TnU blooded Kittitas Indian, said to be
si princess of the tribe, was granted a
tffrenre* from her husband. Kd, Mobch
in Jndgn Kauffman's court yesterday.
This is the P^t Instance in nt
ten years that Kittitas Indians have
appeared In the divorce court. The
couple, were married in Snooualmie In
1307. and have resided in the upper led to this rule.
Stxwlrj. '    Ah  these  rules  will
people who can get into his car. When
the car is full the gate will be closed
and a notice "Car Full" will be posted In a conspicuous place. To guard
aeainst any difference of opinion as to
whether a car is full or not, it is further provided that a car shall be
ieemed full when the seats are all
occupied and there is one additional
passenger to each four square feet of
standing room. The Attorney-General,
after consultation with experts, has
concluded that this is a sufficiently
liberal allowance. Each car will be
required to have prominently displayed
at all times a notice telling what is
its carrying capacity. The conductor
will have control of th�� onerat'on of
the gate and nobody will be able to
get In or out unless he operates It.
This system is expected to do away
with accidents caused by impatient
tieoole jumping on or ofT the platform
while the car Is in motion. It is contended also by Mr. Bowser that it will
do away with the annoyance of having to ��tand on the street corners, be
cause the company, in order to makr
money, will be compelled to have
more rolling stock. The Attornev-
General says that experience ln many
etties, notably in Seattle, has showr
that the company can make more
money by liaving plenty of cars thar
bv crowding; in other words, that peo
ole cultivate the street car habit if
they can ride comfortably.
Cars Must Be Approved.
The cars wil be required to be
standardized. With this object In
view, all plans for new cars must be
submitted to the tramway Inspector
and his approval secured with reeard
to Beating capacity, dimensions, floor
space and other details. The com
pany will not be allowed to put oi
any new cars without flrst securin;
the inspector's approval of them.
The height of the bottom step of th
car must not be more than- aixteei
nc.lips from the ground. All cars nov
in use must be changed, if necessary
to conform to this rule. It is calcul
ated that the cost of making such t,
change will be about  ,53ft per car.
No person will be allowed to ride or
'he bumpers or on the steps of the
car outside the gate. In order to meet
the difficulty created by the company's plea in a recent case���that the
man was ordered ofT and wouldn't go
the new rule will make the company, the conductor and the peraon
riding, all liable for its infringement.
That Is to say, if a man rides on the
bumpers or the step outside the gate
he wlll he liable to prosecution and so
also will the conductor and the company. A citizen prosecuted under
these circumstances will be expected
to recognize that It Is for hls own
good and to tell his friends about lt.
Must  Be  Competent.
No person will be allowed to encamp In the operation of cars or trains
without first passing an examination
In the rules and an eye and ear teflt.
It will be the duty not only of the
company but also of the conductor to
Bee that  the motorman has conform-
Involve a con-
nevertheless proved too much for
them. About, forty have been recruited here. Her present complement is
not more than enough to keep her in
shape and when she goes to sea the
men are overworked. This is, in fact
one of the chief reasons why she has
been kept in port so much, and It is
felt that the desertions are l'able tr
increase unless more men are se
cured.
The Algerine ha3 had a somewhat
similar experience. The d��sertion?
from her have numbered 57 during
her present commission.
AT  THE   CATHEDRAL
The Theme of Many Writers Has Les
sons In Its Cessation.
At the cathedral last night Canon
d'Easum preached from First Kings
17th chapter, "and it came to pasr
that after a while the brook dried up
because there had been no rain lr
the land."
The life of Elijah brought out many
dramatic things, said the preacher
soing on to c'te the extraordinary oc
currences of the day when on Mount
Carmel. the altars of the heathen
were overthrown by the Lord, and
that other miracle of the ascent of
the prophet himself into heaven.
There was nothing remarkable, hf
said, about the brook of Cherlth drying up. It did not, like Tennyson's
brook, "go on forever." But from
this simile Canon d'Easum spoke up
n how ii business a very large num
ber of failures are reported, the brook
f a vrning man's hopes dried up. Se
too when one grew old, the brook of
vitality dwindlwl away gradually t(
nothing. But tlire was a consolation
'n the fact that once the brook had
run clear and strong, and Its memon
should be an inspiration and source
of happiness, just as Kingsley spokr
if his friend "1 had a friend," as Tennyson had said " 'Tis better to have
loved and lost than never to have
loved at all."
Canon d'Easum also referred to It
L, Stevenson in Illustrating this point,
and went on to say that here and now
the brook of prosperity was flowing
bank high, and we could well afford
to give of our bounty to carry on the
work of spreading the Gospel In other
landB. Doing this, and If that brook
should dry np later on. we then might
look back upon our time of affluence
wilth no regrets.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAOB
GREEN SHIRTS BEATEN
IN CLEAN FAST GAME
(Continued on Page Five.)
a flne combination breaking up every
attack of the Vancouver bome. Time
and time again the young Gifford got
a handout when he emerged from the
acrum with the ball safely ensconced
in his stick. In one attack brother
Tom got a crack across tbe knees by
McDougal, the latter going off for
five minutes. Hughie apparently had
not forgotten the attack by Lalonde
in the previous game for he too got
a rest on the bench. Play was beginning to get fast and furious, and with
McDougall again on the field Lalonde
scored the second for Vancouver.
End to end play followed until McGregor, on a pass from Lalonde, got
another past Clarke, thus tleing the
score. Clark saved a hot one from
McDougal just as the gong went.
I Fourth  Quarter.
On points of play, the Royals should
have been ahead of the game, but
practically all the fans present from
this city felt confident that their team
would soon pull ahead. Fifty-five seconds of play saw a little zig-zagging
by the Westminster home and Wintemute placed his team ahead with a
pretty shot. Hess had to save a
beauty from L. Turnbull a minute
later.
Howard intercepted a shot from McGregor, and. taking the ball up the
field, made his second attempt to go
through. On the rebound G. Spring
hit Hess a thud with the ball. The
Westminsters were playing their old
game and throughout tbe entire quarter, had things practically their own
way. H. Gifford saved a low shot
from Lalonde and running up the field
gave Rennie a chance to score. He
did. Resting on their laurels, the
Rovals took things easy the last five
minutes of play.
ted the winning score. There was a
much larger crowd tban usually turns
out to see the national game here
and while the interest was desultory
through the early quarters, It developed Into marked enthusiasm when the
tide turned and the local lads walked
from the fleld victors, having tallied
the deciding score in the eleventh
hour.
Teams���
V. A. C.
Victoria
W. L.
8      2
. . 5      2
D.
0
\
Westminster
4       4
1
Next match, Aug.
New Westminster.
  0     9
10, Victoria
WELL.
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STARTING
Sapperton Juniors Begin by Cleaning
Up Kamloops Lacrosse Team.
(Special to the News.)
Kamloops, Aug. 11.���Before one of
the largest crowds that has ever graced a lacrosse ground In this ctty, the
Sapperton Juniors yesterday afternoon
defeated the Kamloops twelve by a
score of 6-2.
The homesters were headed at all
stages of the game, which was remark
ably clean throughout.
CLOSE RUNNING IN
EASTERN LACROSSE
The   Lineup.
Vancouver��� Westminster.
Goal.
Hess   Clark
Point.
Griffiths      Howard
Coverpoint.
Cameron    T. Gifford
First Defence.
Cummins  T. Rennie
Second  Defence.
lon     G. Rennie
Third Defence.
Godfrey   **%. Gilford
Centre.
West    Feeney
Third Home.
McGregor  W. Turnbull
Second Home.
Carter   C. Spring
First   Home.
phelan   Wintemute
Outside   Home.
McDougall   Len Turnbull
Inside   Home.
Lal^'le      G- Spring
Feferee���Sid Sykes.
Judge of Play���Sandy Cowan.
Goal  Umnlres���L.  Patrick. Vancouver; Matt Knight, Westminster
Penalty Timekeepers ���
Yorke, Vancouver; Dr. F.
"Westminster.
Eastern Championship Said to Lie Between  Saturday's Winners���
Torontos and Nationals.
Montreal, Aug. 11.���Torontos and
Nationals won their fixtures in the
Big Four yesterday, the former defeating the Tecumsehs in Toronto,
while the Frenchmen scored a somewhat easy victory over the Irish-Canadians. 'Ibe championship lies between the Torontos and Nationals and
it may be that the championship will
not be determined until the final game
of the season.
In the National Lacrosse Union the
Capitals furnished a surprise by downing the Cornwall team in the Capital
by a score of 3-0. Montreal experienced little difficulty in winning from
the Shamrocks by a score of 6-4. Both
matches proved the best of the season ln the N. L. U.
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Teams��� W.
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Irish-Can     4
Tecumsehs         3
Four Standing.
���Goals���
L.    F.    A.
3
4
9
10
84
78
60
50
N. L. U. Standing.
Teams��� VV.
Cornwall        10
Capitals         8
Montreal          6
Shamrocks          2
���Goals���
L.    F.   A.
82
i'i
74
3
5
7
11
4(i
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55
91
Lnonel
Smith,
Standing of the Clubs.
Goals
W.    L.     F.   A.
Westminster 7     3     44     38
Vancouver    3      7     36     44
Next   match.   August 17���Westminster at Vancouver.
Game Was Tough.
Toronto, Aug. 11.���Torontos and Tecumsehs indulged in one of the toughest Big Four games of tbe season,
with Toronto winning by 9-4. Tbe
Blueshlrts piled up an early lead, and
although Tecumsehs had all the best
of the last balf they could never catch
up.
Sydney, N. S. W��� Aug. 11.���In an
exhibition match of Australian football here yesterday the New South
Wales second grade team defeated
the Vancouver High School Cadets by
56 points to 38. The boys played an
attractive game, and they showed considerably improved form on their previous game.
On Monday the cadets will leave for
Newcastle, where they will be shown
over the coal mines. On Tuesday
they will go to Goulbourn, and from
there they will go on to Melbourne.
Since January last there have been
no fewer than 25 people killed by the
Sydney trams.
The Rugby Football team will leave
for San Francisco by the U. S. S. Co's
steamer Moana, which is due to arrive there on October 3. They will
play in Vancouver, whence they will
return direct to Sydney.
Dr. Otto Bohrsman, manager for
Hugh Mcintosh, the boxing promoter,
states that his principal has offered
Tommy Burns ��20.00 to box Langfoocl
in Sydney, as" well as a percentage Of
the gate receipts.
A sale of valuable property has just
been reported. Yesterday a piece of
land ui George street, one of the main
portions of the business centre, was
sold for ��48,000. This works out at
the rate of ��56 ($280) an inch.
Northwestern League.
At Tacoma��� R. H. E.
Vancouver 4   5   1
Victoria    0   6   5
Batteries:    Willis and Lewis; Kaufman and Meek.
At Seattle��� K. H. E.
Seattle  2   7   1
Spokane 5 10   1
Batteries:    Gordon   and   Whaling;
Noyes and DeVogt.
Second game��� R. H. E.
Seattle 6 12   2
Spokane 1   7   2
Batteries: Thompson and Whaling;
Toner and Ostdiek.
At Portland��� tt. H.E.
Tacoma   4 10   2
Portland   7 10   2
Batteries:    Hunt, Belford and Crlt-j
tenden; Eastley and Harris.
Second game��� R. H. E. |
Tacoma  4   5   1
Portland   7 10   1
Batteries: Krause and LaLonge;
Bloomfleld, Callahan and Burch, Harris, Hausman.
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The Vancouver officials were accommodated on the i��eBt aide of the
fleld on 8aturday. Everything was
peace and quietness around the press
stand.
��� ���   ���
"Ha, Ha, Ha," yelled Con Jones at
th�� narlv stage of the game.
"He, He, He," yelled a Westminster
lan in his ear when the tide turned.
��� ���   ���
Sid Sykes showed himself ln no
condition to run a marathon.
��� ���    ���
Bun Clark ought to have followed a
baker's trade. Hla specialty Is picking off the hot atuff.
��� ���    ���
For being one of the real finds of
the season, H. Gifford shines up most
prominent. His work on both the defence and home In Saturday's game
was the feature of the whole show,
��� ���   '���
There Is only one man ln the game
todav who can watch Lalonde.   His
name is Howard.
��� ���   ���
'Tis to be hoped the players wll'
give him a chance to score before the
season Is over.
��� ���    ���
Just wait untll the Torontos come
out here and lt will be a battle royal
between him and Blllv Fitzgerald.
��� ���    ���
Ed. Hoult broke the Lord's Day act
by dosting the Minto cup baBe at tne
Carnegie library yesterday.
��� ���   *
Cameron wns the bright atar on the
Vancouver defence.
Donrhv  Spring W����
watched
he   con
y
well
throughout tbe game, but
tributed to a few of the goals scored.
Brother Grrnnpy "till heads the goal
eoorers and from all appearances will
hang on to,flrat Place.
victoriaTrwW>hs
Dull in EarlV Steoee. Brilliant Oam.
with Vancouver Develops.
���  -notorla. A����. H.-A   garrison  fl"-
��,h * on for Victoria In the Canadian
r��-i��nat Vancouver at tiie. Royal Am
let'c Pnrk venerday afternoon. The
.JL1 was 3 to 2. On the iday at the
^���^qnwtera the locals were not
%Wa io victory.   In the Anal per-
i^rZ* a tead of two gol. and net-
Nationals Walk Over.
Montreal, Aug. 11���The Irish-Canadians met their Waterloo here yesterday at the hands of the fleet-footed
Nationals. It was simply a walkover
and resulted In a 12-0 score. The
Frenchmen had lt all their own way
from the beginning and played rings
around their opponents.
PP P���������������������������������������
���     AMONG THE SOCCER MEN     ���
�����������������������������������������������
The Senior Amateur cluh has decided to place a team ln the Vancouver and district Senior Amateur League and at a meeting held Saturday
evening Mr. George Petrle was elected delegate to attend the meeting of
the league ln Vancouver, which takeo
place Tuesday evening.
Practically all of last year's players
are available, and with the addition
of several men who have recently arrived from the Old Country, a strong
bid will be made for the championship The one and only Herb Ryall
was delegated to the chair, and the
well known athletic enthusiast of the
city kept things moving throughout
Restoration forms have been received
and the work of signing up. tkepw-
ers ia proceeding apace.
A committee consisting of Messrs
W McAllister, Mas Fothorlngharo,
James Cralg. W. Robertson and V, E.
Andrew was aopolnted to act In the
capacity of selection officials. Fol-
fow'ng the meeting In Vancouver
when it will be decided what teams
will constitute the league this coming,
Mother meeting cf the club wiU be
beld at Ryall's atore on Thursday
evening.
i i - m
Messrs W. Grant and P. Sarophor
wiU attend a meeting of the Vancouver and District league ln Vancouver
This evening, representing the Rovers
S It is understood that additional
teams are anxious to enter in the
��Tand together with forming a
schedule, thla business wlll be threshed out this evening.
"Scotty" is the authority for the Information tbat several new finds have
&en unearthed recently    and    their
CRICKET AT COQUITLAM.
Westminster    Club    Ba 'ly    Beaten-
May Use Grounds for Future
Coquitlam, Aug. 10.���A cricket team
captained by James Cralg today played the New Westminster Cricket club
on the recreation grounds of the Hospital for the Insane, leave being klnd-
lv granted by Dr. Doherty, Medical
Superintendent.
New Westminster went to bat first
and were disposed of for a total of
46 runs. Rose being high scorer with
19, and Rev. E. B. Bartlett came next
with 14 runs.
Rice, bowling for Craig's team, had
the very good analysis of 7 wickets
for 23 rune. Craig's team then went
'o bat and scored 143 for 8 wickets
Yeadon scoring 41 not out, Beaton 30
not out, Sparrow 22, while Petrle got
16 runs.
During the afternoon the band, under the leadership of Mr. Mackness
plaved a variety of selections which
were much appreciated by the visitors who expressed themselves as being highly delighted with their afternoon's enjoymenL 	
Owing to it being almost lmpoasi-
ble to play cricket on Moody squire,
due to the ahat* of the ground.lt Is
expected that the New Westmlnater
club will play some of Its remalnliiK
fixtures, lf not all, on the cricket fleld
Of the Hospital for the Insane, as Dr
Dohertv. ft Is understood, was perfectly satisfied after witnessing Saturday's game, that the game would ptove
i*\ attraction there, and also assist
the New  Westminster Cricket Club.
������������������������������������������������
p IN  RUGBY CIRCLES ���
American League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Boston 73     34      .682
Washington    66     42      .611
Philadelphia 63     43      .594,
Chicago   52     63      .495!
Detroit 54     55      .4951
Cleveland    50     56      .472
St. Louis 36     71      -330
New York 32     71      .311
Yesterday's Games.
At Chicago��� R- H. E.
Chicago  6 10   1
Philadelphia 9 IS   ���
Batteries:      White,     Clcotte     and
Schalk; Bender, Coobs   and Thomas,
Lapp.
Second game��� R.H.E.
Chicago    J   ���   I
Philadelphia 2   "   0
Batteries: Crabb, Walsh and Easterly; Coombs and Lapp.
At Cleveland��� R.H.K.
Cleveland  *   J   Q
New York   ������ if   *
Batteries:     Blanding   and   ONell;
Davis and SWeeney.
At Detroit��� B- ����� E
Boston a   I   3
Detroit    <   *   ���
Batteries:    Collins   and   Carrlgan;
Dubuc and Stanage.
At St. Louis��� R.H.B.
Washington  *   *   *
St. Louis t   4   1
Batteries:   Johnson and AInsmith;
Hamilton, Alexander and Kricbell.
National League.
Won. LoaL Pet.
names wlll be revealed to the public
gare within the next^ few daya.
MOFTON ��*MAED^RN1E BARR)EU
Tbo atotftir-nt given out by Ernie
nsrrleu. the Vancouver boxer, that he
-wl* ent-" the ranks of the professionals In the near future has brought
������t a challenge from Jlmmle Mofton,
the mitt artist of the 104th regiment
who states his willingness to meet
Barrieau at any place and any time ln
a ten or fifteen ronnd bout.
Mofton has lloked the Vancouver
bov on one occasion, losing out to
him early in the year. Now he wishes
a third go to decide the rubber.
New York   7S 18
Chicago  M 86
Pittsburg 6�� SS
Philadelphia 60 48
Cincinnati 47 67
St. Louis 46 69
Brooklyn JS ���!
Boston 28 73
.723
.847
.696
.610 <
.462<
.438
.366
.277
To be or not to be. Messrs. T. D.
Sherriff and Tlm Mahoney will attend
a meeting of the Vancouver Rugby
Football league thla evening for the
purpose of getting the feeling of thc
Vancouver delegates to consider New
Westminster entering the league. The
delegates will attend uninstructed and
if a satisfactory basis can be reached,
lt is altogether probable that league
games will be staged on one of the
park grounds la the city during the
coming season.
TRIUMPH FOR WOMAN
Twenty Year Old Girl Swims Across
San Francisco Bay.
San Francisco, Aug. 11.���Crossing
diagonally over the course of the
ferry steamers within full view of
thousands or passengers on the trans-
bay boats, Miss Nellie Schmidt, of
Alameda, 20 years old, swam across
Ban Francisco bay ln three hours
And sixteen minutes today.
Bhe Is the flrst woman who ever
accomplished the feat
ON THE RIFLE RANGE
Westminster Marksmen   Tried
.   Distance Shooting Saturday.
The Westminster Rifle association
were out on the Brownsville ranges
again in full force on Saturday afternoon and kept the long distance targets busy. While the scores were not
high In the average, still thia is ac
counted for from lack of practice on
the distance ranges. Captain P. H.
Smith put in an appearance, and took
second place with 74. F. J. Simpson,
whose marksmanship during the season has been a feature, again took
high place wltii 82.
The next shoot of the association
will be held on Saturday, the 17th, at
2 p.m., over the short ranges.
The following were the scores:
800   BOO   1004 Ttl.
F. J. Simpson  27
Capt. P. H. Smith.. 17
H. Lindahl 24
11. W. Jewhurst .. 21
V. H. C. Abbott ... 26
P. Crooks   18
W. A. Robertson.. 20
George Burr  23
A. F. Menzies .... 27
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Fourth
And  What  Came
ot It
By AGNES BROGAN
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Mills     (dally
Fraser
except
Sunday)    H:*5
except
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Sunday)  	
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Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       -I*--
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Westham Island, Bun
Villa   14:30
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Friday)    13:30
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(dally except Sunday) .14:30
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(daily except Sunday)..14:2c
li;20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
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(dally except Sunday)   . ft 4t
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Valley, Coghlan. Sa:-
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except Suni'.ayi   17:3'
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Wednesday and Friday        9:00
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daily except  Sunday) .17:3<
My brother s wife looked up from the
paper sbe hud heen reading.
"There will be no fireworks at our
house this year," sbe said firmly.    "1
xhall see that Dot und Bobbie ut least
are  withheld  trom  the general sucrl
dee."
"What  are   we tzolng  to  do."   Jim
questloued meekly -"pluy checkers?"
"This is my plan, ami I know Nan
wlll think It a good one. Upon tbe
eventful day we will tuke a nice big
mncb and go lo some lonely, woodsy
place along the lake shore. In the
evening we will build a Ore oo tbe
beach and roast corn snd things, com
mg home niter in the moonlight."
Jims race brightened visibly. "Sounds
pretty good." be said. "Who's to be
Nuns attendant cavalier upon this occasion?"
Moiiie cast a troubled glance In my
direction.
"That Is for Nnn to say." she responded. "A month ago I should bave
usked Allison Without ewen consulting
her, for we uli supposed that affairs
were settled between tbose two. but
since he has ceased calling und Nun
avoids him in every possible muuner."
"Affairs had been settled" between
Allison und me. but bow could I tell
her tbut our bitter quurrel bad sprung
from tbe very fact tbat I bud Insisted
upon keepln* our engagement secret'!
It was all so new und wonderful, tbis
I bock to sit In the ��hnde ot thf trees.
.lack bel|wt me Into a decried row-
I pout which lay tin ihe pa ltd* and *eat-
| ed himself before me.
"This is gtsMi. to ne nione with yon.
Nnn." he was iteinuUHiK WIM*m u man
j who hud pilSM-U U> iVIfH'-eU III* -te|>s.
".iHek Mead*:" ne crieit. ignoring my
I presence. "Whiit wit! l'he imys from
! the office are out Here today, and we
are trying lo make up a liilselmll nine.
I All we nick is a good pileher. mid we
I know yom tame in Ihat Hue. Its go-
I lng to be a short game. Come ou ovet
| and Join us."
Jack looked (ieldward. apd his eyes
shone. "Vou wouidn t mind, would
you. Nan?" he a.-kiti eagerly.
"Certainly: I do not mind." I answered effusively, "but l prefer not te
walk over to the Held."
He hurried away without one back,
ward glume. It was another humiliating moment. Following an Idle impulse. I lifted the solitary our which
lay In the boat and poled myself out
Into the water ivrbaps when Allison
came buck ne might see me. He used
strongly to object if I ventured to row
alone. I must nave drifted out pretty
far. fot Hie Hiiiomobile looked like a
speck in lhe rond wliile lbe hHsetmll
field wun )U��I h green lilur With a
splash m.v one oar slipped from my
grasp aud quickly rtoated Just beyond
reach. It would hMve been useless to
call for assistance, tor no oue appeared
npon the beach. I was really becoming frightened when s canoe cams
gliding toward me. Its occupant stood
up and waved nls arms wildly.
"Aunt Nan!" he cried.   "Aunt Nan!"
It wus Bobble.   1 could scarcely believe j
my eyes.
"Suve me. Aunt Nan!" he entreuted.
"I never thought when I climbed Iuto
the cnnoe thut it would flout away."
There wus u soft thud as tbe boats
came alongside. I had a confused vision of my uephew's white face and
oiitreachlng arms, and theu we were
both struggling in tbe water. Blindly
1 caught at ttie upturned boat as Bob-
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ly for a little time, but men do oot
understand. When Allison found that
pleadings were useless be turned from
me indignantly.
"1 cntl see no reason for concealment.
Xau.*' he bad said. "Wbeu vou are
pleased to recognize our engagement
you will send for me."
Bead for hlm Indeed: Why. my heart
conld break in little bits Defore I would
do a intng like that.
"Well. Non?" Mollle spoke liupa
tlently.
"We might ask Mr. Armstrong." I
suggested coolly, "or Jack Mends, Kl
(her would be glad to collie " Mr
Armstrong ca'led as 1 wit on the
Veranda Unit afternoon. When I toia
turn of our Fourth of July (Hans nl*
luce Ht up with pleasure
".love." tie s;iitl delightedly, "that
will be great'. Won't you Ihi me conn
along. Mlss Unrnion? I timid tuKe
yon all out there in my car." 'Ibis war.
jii��i what I bad expected, so wnen uiy
brother came Home at tuglit I toid blm
uf tlle arrangement.    Jim whistled.
"I asked Jack Mead* lo go." be snld.
"hiiiI he did not lose any time accept
lllg the I ti Vlt ill li hi Whnt are you going
tu du about IIV"
Mollie came to lhe rescue. "Never
minil." she said cln-erfully. "1 wlll ask
my sister Neh lo Join ihe party, and
you young people can all enjoy your
selves together."
I  tried lo look pleased, but eveu It
Sell Is Mollie s sister I must say-
Well.   |   was  busily engaged  mixing
a cuke preparatory to lhe great event
when Jim approached  me ou tbe foi
lowing  morning.
'Nan.'' lie began npologetlcnlly. "I
happened to mention this picnic ot
ours to Allison today, and be grew
ipilte enthusiastic-hinted openly toi
in In villi ttoil, in fact Yon wlll uoi
minil if he comes ln bis runabout, wilt
yniV lie says Armstrongs car wlll
carry only seven comfortably, nnd he
might help out by taking one ot u>
along."
I looked straight into Jim's eyes. "I
-.���.11 ride on the front seat ot Mr
Aruistrung's car." I aald meaningly
We nad intended to make an early
Mart, but It was after lunclitime when
Hie iiig red auto, followed by ihe
>\iilte runabout, rolled down the lieiin
iln. lake shore drive, leaving the deal
������UUIIt muse of shot and shell fur lie
nuul.
������We will not stop at any ot the p|c
��� ite pluces." Mollle snld. "We will rub-
.n  until  we come to aome pretly  iho
I.ted   spot " ,
Hut this time Mollie "reckoned with
��� mt    tier    automobile,"    for   the   <-ni
oiipp-ti  suddenly   of  Its  own   ni id
uist in sight of one "t the despised
oicidc puices. and we were nil Unload
���si unceremoniously, wnlie Mr Arm
'ir.ing tilved under lhe machine, to re
appear   presently   Hushed   ami   dlstlev
��� ���led
"�� nn I help you?" Allison culled, bll'
in  me it sounded   like n  half  hearten
i.ilei. and  l   was  not  surprised ill  Mr
Srinsirong's curt refusal.
"All righl." AHImiO responded. "We
will ride up the mud In search ot an
iileui reMing place. Let you know
when we Hud It."
Mr Armstrong threw off his cont and
went io work with ��i will, Jim acting
is a-slstaht. Why la It that tbe nicest
men turn savage when a spark plug or
-nine o'her queer tbiug about an auto
iiiniiiie goes wrong;
"im vou think you run mend It?" i
usked sweetly, and this man. who a
-hurt tune since would bnve done any
thing io gain my favor, now glared
nl  uie .
"When l can locate the trouble I
will answer yon." tie snld, ao 1 turned
io .lack. "While ne ts thinking tt
ovei." i suggested. "j%i might take me
tor a walk down ihe bench." And us
we ai roiled along Mollle aud Dot went
surely it was hours afterward tbut
some one snatched bim roughly from
my grasp; tbeu two etroug arms also
lifted uie io safety. I don'l kuow Just
what I had been expecting, but It wai
rather disappointing to see a Weat he*
beaten face looking anxiously Into my
own. while a grufl \olce muttered sotun-
thing about "lunatics Ratlin' about tn
boats wiinout no oars." And wben our
rescuers bout reached the shore there 1
stood Jim and Mollie. who regarded
my wet ami siiriiiKlug self with stern,
accusing gaze Jim curried bis whimpering son back to lbe shelter ot tbe
trees, while .Mollie lingered only long
enough to sav:
"It you did not care about risking
miir own life. Nan, yon might at least
tuive left Hobble safe on land."
I stood still In bewilderment. Then
a prolonged wall in lKit's shrill treble
atirnctetl my intention, and I haMcut-d
In Its direction.
"Uh. Aunt .Nan." she gurgled, "yon
do took so funny'. Your hair Is ail
sleek, like the seal's at the zoo."
lhe thougbt of my own ridiculous
appearance nad not occur*! io me.
Now I looked fearfully duw'.. the road
to wbere (be stalled auto could still ua
seen.
"Hot." I faltered, "Where's Mr Arm.
strong?"
My yonng uiece divined by anxiety.
"Don't you worry." sbe Raid. "He is
Hammering awuy under >hls car."
"And Allison. Hot���Wbere Is he?"
"lie won't see you." sbe answerwl
comfortingly. -He is back In thu
woods getting Bowers for Aunt Nell."
Ibeii Hottie turned to her own grievances. "Daddle kindled a Hr* to make
<ome coffee." she cunttded. "and �� hen
tliey went away I put some corn in to
cook and burned my band But Hi
better now. because I lore Ibe front
out of my dress und bandaged it up.
This nice lbin cloth tears ens)." she
added, with satisfaction.
I.Ike Dot. I relumed to iny own troubles "Wbat shall I do';" I deliberated
aloud.
"<to and sli In the sand anil get drv,"
luy niece wisely suggested, and I followed ner advice. I.I ttie mveniief
streams were trickling trom every part
id m.v new frock, and the woman whti
sold it Had assured me thui lhe eoiiif
would not run. She might have irn.e,|
uie non b.v the violet drops along Um
sand. I sank down miserably How
could I go home In this plight'/
Nell's ringing ui'igh aroiiseil mm.
"Ob, Nnn." she cried, "wbat Hi tue
world Have you been doing': You loot
.Ike a purple poster gin."
One hornrted glance showed llie Allison* tall Hgiire. This wns truly tne
uist stiuw. I burled my face In my
wet purple arms nud wept. I ben Allison turned to Nell.
"Dot Is tnone." he snld "Had yon
noi lielter see that she doesn't get Iniii
more mischief ��� And-and. Nan. denr,
you mav t^e cold. I will fetch mf
wiiroi auto cout in n moment and wrao
it around you.'' He did so, very tenderly, and us we snt there long In lbe
sands he said��� Hut what Allison said
is not for publication. I am glad that
my hair dries out all fluffy and Curly.
Wben Mr. Armstrong tinnlly got ilia
machine In order every one was either
too badly damaged or too dispirited to
go on farther, so we gathered about to
hove nn early supper and tbeu leave
for bome.
We renched our home at twilight, and
us my brother cleposlted tbe sleeping,
sooty Dot upon a couch Mollle turned
on tbe HgbtH.
"Ibis hiiR been a great Fourth!" Jim
exclaimed In disgust.
"HuRut It?" Allison answered absently. "JiiRt about tbe greatest
fourth that I have ever known."
Then Mollln sank into a chair, over-
come by helpless laughter.
"Oh, Allison." she cried, "If yoa
conld only see your purple toee!"
Haw to Pack a Trunk.
A woman who ts constantly traveling nnd yet who tlnds It most necessary to economize iu space as well as
ln pennies hns found tbe following
plan for packing her one trunk a most
excellent one: At the bottom of tbe
trunk she has a partlti6n made large
enongb to curry one large or two small
bats. This Is strongly made, so that It
cannot easily tie broken. At tbe side
ot this partition sbe places a wooden
box tilled wltb sawdust. In wbicb are
her bottles of medicine. Here, too, she
lays her Rhoea. eacb pair carefully
rolled In linen covers. On one set of
shoes she puts her pair of rubbers, and
Inside lhe shoes she places ber boxes
ot pills or powders which would not go
Into lhe box ot medicine.
Then she has six or eight pieces ot
heavy cardboard cut to exactly fit the
trunk. These she covers with linen or
chintz, so that they look exactly like
large envelopes, with strups or strings
to fasten down tlle Hap*. In these huge
envelopes she bins her dresses, skirt
waists, etc. Two or three dresses rau
usually be put In eacb envelope. Kvery-
thing Is kept absolutely Hat. and nothing can be pushed to one eud of the
trunk when it Is stood on end.
Al lhe top of the trunk Is a shallow
tray. In which sbe puts her laces, rib
Pons, veils and gloves, etc. The underwear Is rolled and placed around tbe
edges of the trunk or Is folded dai and
laid bei ween tbe envelopes.
Bathing Suit From Ball Gown,
An evening gown ot white niessnllne
was  cleverly   made   Inio   this  dainty
bathing suit,   'lbe skirt wus widened
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Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, 8eptle Tanks. Etc.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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Royal  City Window
Cleaning   Service
Windows and Floors of every description cleaned. Contracts taken
for Banks, Offices and Stores.
Moderate charges. Prompt attention.   Estimates given.
Phone 988. 743 Front St.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice���Improvement of Nanaimo Street.  .
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:
Purchasing certain properties where
necessary ln order that Nanaimo
Street may be straightened to a unl
form width ot 60 feet between llth
and 12th Streets.
And that said works be carried out
In accordance with the provisions ot
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw. 391'<!." .   ���.,
And the City Engineer and City
Assessor having reported to the
Council ln acordanee with the provisions of the said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions ot real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said report of the satd City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopt
ed by the Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the said
report ls 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 work *}0���m���
tlonr.d signed by a majority of thf
owners of the land or real property tc
be assessed or charged ��" "���P1"0* ��J
such works representing at lawton^
half in value thereof Is presented to
the Councll within fittest.daysfrom
tho date of the flrst pub cation of
this notice the Council will proceed
with the proposed lmPr0���me"1* un:
der such terms and conditions aB to
the payment of the cost of such Improvements as thei Councl may by
bvlaw ln that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the said as-
DaTeTthis 23rd day of July, 1912.
oaten mis aim     ,  fl  RuaHT0N(
Acting City Clerk.
DM�� of first  puWlct-Uon   24th   July,
1913.
THE  HALIFAX  GIBBET.
A tori et Guillotine Thst Wss Ono4
Used In England.
An snelent law of Hsrdwlrk forest
B tract coextensive wltb Usllfsi par
lsh. Is sung by Tsylor. tbe water poet:
At Halifax ths law so sharps dotb dsels
Tbat whoso more ili��a Uurtsao pane* dot!
stasia
Tbey hava a tin tbst woadroua quick sn4
wall
Santa thlavee all baMlees Into Heaven M
bells.
This -Jin" resembled the gnlllotln*
Is construction and stood en e stont
scaffold, oneartbed wben Gibbet bill
waa leveled. Tbe ax la preserved
Tbla, tbe only guillotine need hi England, waa tbe forerunner of tbe "maiden," Introduced Into Scotland by It*
gent Morton and now In tbe Edinburgh Antiquarian museum. Tb<
"Halifax gibbet" was laat need In 10M
and tbo "maiden" tor Lord Argyll In
1061 and bia eon In 1085. wbo spoke ol
It aa tbe sweetest maiden be evei
kissed.
Dr. Guillotine did not Invent thl
machine. Dr. Loots constructed one ll
I TOI. tbe "Loiitaon." but the oauw
"guillotine" became general trom th��
burst of suretcst entbuelssm. tn whicb
Dr. Guillotine In 1TSS. after depwrinii
tbe tedious torture of henauia. es
claimed. "Wltb my mscbme I strlfci
off yonr bead In tbe twtnkllmt of sn
eye. and you never teet ltl"-J��iidon
Globe.      	
MEERSCHAUM  MINING.
The Pits st Nsmlsu Hsve Bean Worked
Fer Twenty Centuries.
Meerschaum mines st >*mi��o luiv.
been worked fui iuiUO years, it is cihiiu
ed. snd tbe procev Is quite simple Hu
mines, whicb at one time rest-bed rrom
Kshe to MlhHiitcii. on tha ****-t ot Msr
mom, are eoocenirsted annum lbe eltl
of Kakl Mhebr sua give employment tc
some 6.(iw> miner*
Tbe mines era worked In lhe moel
primitive manner by s foreman ami
two to live workmen with pick* l'h��
depths ot tbe \/A*\ vary greatly sua de
pena upon tne deptb at wbicb s rep
dlsb brown eiirtb Is met, wnub is (b>
first indication ot tbe existence ol mini
iieslte.
Sometimes this red eartb Is fount
only a tew yards oeuraih tbe surfsee
but ordinarily at a depth of twentj
vsrds, often forty and even atsty In
thla layer of rea eartb meerwbsum \*
round. diiHeiiiiiiafed in nuagets of Ir
regular abspM. I be site ot tbeee rarel>
fiiwdH twelve to sixteen cubic Inches
I'be area tei pnrt sre ot tbe site ot *
tvaiiiut No exploslres ars used, tht
irrmiuii twitiit soft.
Aimost tne entire output ot this ant
i-ie is exported to Vienna snd theoct
distributed tu the fsrtous Eoropesn
tounmex snrt to tbe United States, tbc
miter buying ouly tbo Unset selections
NOTICE!
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor
has received a despatch from the Miliary Secretaiy to His Royal Highness
'.he Duke of Connaught, Governor-
General cf Canada, setting forth the
program of the tour of His Royal
Highness in Brlt'sh Columbia dur'ng
3eptember and October next. The
following places will be visited:
Kamloops���3 p. m. to 6:15 p. m. oi
the 17th September.
Vancouver��� 8 p. m. on the 18th
September to evening of 20th.
New Westminster���On 21st September.
Prince Rupert���11 a. m. on 23rd
September to evening of 25th (lnclud-
ng a possible visit to Hazelton).
Nanaimo���11 a. m. to 1 p. m., on the
27th September.
Victoria���Evening of 27th September to 3rd October.
Vernon���Morning of 4th October to
11 a. m. on same day.
Penticton���4 p. m. on 4th October
;o 5 p. m. on 5th.
Robson via Arrowhead���7 p. m. to
I p. in. on 6th October.
Nelson���Morning of 7th October till
noon on same day.
Kootenay Landing���6 p. m. on 7th,
leaving early next day.
Provincial Secretary's Otfice, Victoria,
Sth July, 1912.
that a meeting ot the creditors ot the
said Starks Limited mill be held at
the office of Ames Holden McCready
Limited, at No. 403 Cordova Street
West, Vancouver, B. C, on the 3rd
day of August, 1P12, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenon.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that  ail persons,  firms  and  corporations hav'ng claims against the   said
Starks   Limited  are   required   to for
ward particulars of the same duly verified by statutory declaration   to thc
said Ralph Clark addressed to him a<
j No. 403 Cordova Street West, Vancou
j ver, B. C, on or before the 3rd day of
' September, 1912. and that all persons
ind'ibtt J to the said Starks Limited
, are required to pay the amount  due'
y  them  to  tbe    said    Ralph Clark
iinhwlth.
ANF> VOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that after tie said 3rd day of September, 1912, the assignee will proceed to
list.rlbute the assets of the estate
imong the pr.rtles entitled thereto
���i/ ring re^trd only to the claims duly
ty ifid of which he shall then have
I'C'ived notice, and will not be re-
��� ioi sib -: for the assets or any part
ihereof so distributed to any person
>r persons of whose debt or claim he
>Hall not Utf*n have received notice by
luly verlnod claim.
DATED this 22nd July. 1912.
HARRIS BULL HANNINGTON &
MASON,
Sollctltors for the assignee.
Btgtn
fte/r works shall ye
know them"
On die merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity cf
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make
JITY     OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Extending Reservoir.
The Corporation Invites tenders for
building a concrete wall around the
High Level Reservoir, Sapperton.
Plans aud Specifications and fur
tber Information can be obtained from
the office of the City Engineer.
Tenders to be accompanied by i
check of 5 per cent of the value of
tender.
Tenders to he deposited with the
City Clerk not later than 5 o'clock on
the 12th day ot August, 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, July 29, 191S.
NOTICE  OP  ASSIGNMENT.
Pursuant to tho Creditors Trust
Deede Act and Amending Acts.
NOTICE ls hereby given that
STARKS LIMITED, oarrylng on business as Dealers ln Boots, Shoes, etc..
at No. 823 Granville Street and No.
156 Cordova Street West. Vancouver,
B. C, and at No. 445 Columbia Street.
New Westminster, B. C, has by deed
dated 20th July, 1812, assigned all Its
��state, real and personal credits and
effeots to RALPH CLARK, of Vancouver, B. C, Salesman for tho purpose
ol satisfying rateably and proportionately and without preference or priority all Its creditors.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
good time keepers and
consequently comfortable watches to carry.
Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free cl
charge by the nearest agent in any part of die wodd.  They
are not made b grades which cannot be fully guaranteed. ���
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
RAKER'S COCOA
and CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada. Made hy a perfect mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
flavor and food value.
The New Milk at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of Ae
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Canadian Milb at 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL PAG8 B10HT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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MONDAY, AUGU8T 12, 1912.
SEE US POR
OIL STOVES
We have them all sizes
and at all prices, from
$1.50 to $10.00
1, 2 or 3 Burners
City News
SOLD BY
Anderson & Lusby
 i
Sale Now On
During July large reductions in ladles' and men'B suits, of best goods
(all this season's), are Doing offered.
This is a chance not had every day.
Call and see them at
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lome   Street.   New   Westminster.
The telephones of the Westminster
Dally News now are:
Editorial Office 991
Business Office  999
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
Traffic was fairly heavy on the Interurban lines yesterday, especially
on the Chilliwack branch.
Rye bread���like your mother us*'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281.       ��� *'
Rev. Mr. Wlncot, the new minister
for the Refonned Episcopal church,
arrived from England on Saturday,
and will take up his duties next Sunday morning.. He Is at present residing at 714 Royal avenue.
Mail orders are now being received
for the big production of "Louisiana
Lou" at the opera house next Saturday evening. Write early if you want
a good seat.
Look at this. Small cottage near
Edmonds, only J100 down and J15 a
month. See Patterson & Fisher at
Edmonds. **
A scow car ferry, being used by the
G. N. R. hetween this city and Sydney
harbor, Vancouver island, came up
stream yesterday.
Mrs. A. P. Baker, Miss Baker and
Miss Sinclair, of New Westminster,
ire guests of Rev. B. G. and Mrs.
Stewart, says the Armstrong Advertiser.
VIM'
K
WHEN YOU ARE PASSING AND
LET US GIVE YOU OUR RATES
FOR ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
IF YOU ARE A MAN OF PARTS
YOU MUST KNOW THAT IT 13 A
GOOD BUSINESS POLICY TO TAKE
OUT INSURANCE TO COVER
EVERY POSSIBLE RISK. I AM A
SPECIALIST IN INSURANCE.
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster.
The Columbia Fiano and Music
House, 5211 Columbia street, is headquarters for Victor Gramaphones and
Records.
Rugby football players ar.d others
interested in the game are invited to
attend a meeting at the office of
Sherriff. Rose & Co., to be held on
Wednesday evening.
Work is progressing on the new
Tipperary High school, the contractors. Adkinson & Dill, having quite a
gang of men excavating and a workshop and office are now being erected.
Hi:rh grade, medium price and al'
grades of l lanos and player pianos,
ow prices, easy payments at the Co-
'nmbia Piano and Music House, 522
Columbia street. **
The funeral cf the late Frederick
Arthur Bourne took place from the
family residence on Saturday morning, being attended by many friends
of the deceased. He was 64 years
old and had been a resident in this
city for the past 24 years. The services were conducted by Rev. George
A.   Ray,  Holy Trinity  cathedral,   the
nalloearers being    Edgar    Bloomfleld.
J. J. Johnston, George Coulson, T. J.
Trann, Charles Rosebrugh and L.    A.
Lewis.
Many of the campers, who have
been spending their vacation among
the several pleasure resorts that dot
the coast, are now returning home.
The effect of the water and sun baths
on many make them easy marks to
the question "Whence comest thou."
I have $16,000 to loan on residential
property. J. G. McRae, room 3, Dupont Block, 660 Columbia street.   **
The good weather of the past few
weeks has enabled the contractors
who have the laying of the storm
sewer work In hand to rush things towards completion. A feature of the
work is the fact that but few streets
are being opened at one time, thus
doing away with any delay in traffic.
The biggest, brightest, whitest,
grocery store ln the city, and you can
be a part owner, and save the profits
on your groceries by joining us. Mall
a card with your name and address,
or call In and see us about it. Easy
to join. Co-operative store, Eighth
streeL Telephone 458. Branch store,
Sixth avenue and Tenth street, telephone 426. **
It is expected that matters pertaining to the Highland Park cut-off of
the B. C E. R. will come up before
the Burnaby council this evening. Following the suggestion of Mr. G. R. G.
Conway, acting manager, lt Is probable that the present differences that
exist wlll be settled and a beginning
again made ou construction work.
Not how cheap, but how good. Hear
the threat Chlckering Bros.' player-
pianos at the Colnmbia Piano House,
opposite City Hall. Made and guaranteed by the only living Chlckeilngs
making pianos, truly the wonder of
the age. We have other piano players
as low as $450 ln price. �����
Train for Crescent, Ocean Park.
White Rock. Complying with the order cf Board of Railway Commissioners to give adequate train service between Vancouver, Westminster, Cres
cent and White Rock; the Great
Northern Railway announce they will
start train service ordered Sunday.
August llth. Train leaves Vancouver 5 o'clock p. m.; Westminster 5:30
n. m. Returning leaves White Rock
7:55 a. m.; Crescent 8:05., arriving in
New Westminster 8:30 a. m., Vancouver 9:15 a. m. **
CROWDS GATHER TO    I
LISTEN TO BAND
Ideal Weather and Beautiful Surroundings Contribute to Success
of Concert.
That the action of the city council
in providing Sunday band concerts Is
appreciated, was fully demonstrated
yesterday afternoon when a crowd
estimated at between two and three
thousand gathered at Queens park to
listen to an excellent concert by the
Westminster city band.
The day was an Ideal one, the sun
not being sufficiently prominent to
make it uncomfortable for those who
could not secure seats In the covered j
grand stand, while the scenery
around left nothing to be desired. j
As one listener remarked: "lt has
been said that the people of New I
Westminster do not appreciate the
beautiful view of the surrounding territory which Is obtainable from different points around the city."
The people who Journeyed to the
park yesterday afternoon had the
opportunity of viewing the grandeur
of the mountains to the north, while
at the same time listening to an entertaining program.
Two items especially, the sextette
from Lucia de Lammormoor and
"Sounds from England" appealed to
the concourse, and these were a real
credit to the band and its bandmaster
Mr. J. W. Rushton. From the feeling
of those present, the next concert will
be looked forward to by music lovers
of the city. The band will play at
Sapperton on Wednesday evening
next.
FIFTH
STREET
50 FOOT LOT, all
cleared, at the snap
price of $1680.
$600 cash, balance
6,12,18 months.
Halibut Steamer In.
The halibut steamer Roman came
up river last evening laden with
125,000 pounds of halibut. While out
off Queen Charlotte islands she experienced foggy weather and together
with two dayB of rough sea, this is
said to be accountable for the light
catch brought in.
ANOTHER   RESIDENCE   FIRE.
CATTLE WASH to keep off flies.
INSECT POWDER.
MOTH BALLS AND BAGS.
MOSQUITO
quitoes.
LIME JUICE.
OIL   lo   keep   off   Mos-
LEMONADE LIQUID AND POWDER.
DISINFECTANTS.
SUNBURN  LOTIONS.
WATER    WINGS
CAPS.
AND    BATHING
KODAKS AND SUPPLIES, ETC.
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO  GOODS
SPECTACLES
8EEOS
Phone
New
43:   L. D. 71;
We����mln��ter.
Res. 72.
B    C.
TRY THEM
KOOTENAY
CHOCOLATES
MADE AT  MISSION CITY
25c  to $1.25.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Four dopra East of Bank of
Montireal.
New Westminster, B. C.
Mr. G. E. Corbould. 115 Third street
has lost his fox terrier. The little
xnimal has city license No. 73 affixed
o ita collar, and in color is black and
white. He is naturally anxious to recover it speedily and will reward the
finder. **
The Canadian Mail (which is published in London, England) has on
its front page recently a picture of
the Canadian teachers who are now
touring the British Isles, and among
tliem is plainly to he seen Miss
Geraldine Wilkie, of Westminster.
The party was at that time present
at a review of troops near   Aldershot.
The B. C. Electric Railway company
will issue round trip tickets to Vancouver from Fraser valley points for
the Vancouver exhibition, on sale
August 10 to 17, and good to return
to August 19. **
The ladies connected with the
"hnrdies form'ng the Westminster
diocese will hold a meeting on Thursday afternoon in the school room of
St. Paul's church, Vancouver, for the
purpose of organizing a Women's
Guild. The invitation extends to all
women connected with the Church of
England.
See THE WESTMINSTER GARAGE for the best motor delivery truck
ln the market today. Our demonstrating truck in use at the Westminster
brewery. Call for full particulars or
dron us a card. WESTMINSTER
GARAGE.    Phone L 354. �����
While Aldermen Lynch and White
are away on thetr holidays, and
with Acting Mayor Gray in Victoria
on business, it will be impossible to
secure a quorum for tonight's council
ineeting. All the pressing business
of the civic fathers was transacted at
the special meeting on Friday night
wliich enables the postponement of
the next regular meeting until Monday, the liith Inst.
Mr. D. G. Bell, of Hamilton street,
who suffered a loss by fire at his
dwelling on Hamilton street this
week, writes Mr. Alfred W. McLeod.
the Insurance Man, stating: "Your
check received and prompt settle
ment appreciated."
SOUTH   VANCOUVER   CADETS
CAMP    AT    WHITE    ROCK
The Church of England cadets from
South Vancouver, have encamped at
White Rock on land kindly lent them
by the South Westminster Investment
Company.
The lads, a sturdy lot of boys from
10 to 14 years of age, have to perform
military duties and exercises besides
attending to their own culinary needs
and the various accessories, such as
washing up.
The boys have taken up their duties
with avidity and seem able to combine an enjoyable holiday with instructive discipline.
Englishman Defeats American.
Newark, N. J., Aug. 11.���In the ten
mile match race today over a four lap
cinder track, A. F. Woods, of England,
defeated Billya Queal, of Alexandria
Bay, N. Y., by twe laps. The winner's
time was 56 minutes, 11 3-5 seconds.
YACHTSMAN   BACK   HOME.
Natoosh Took Part In Race to Honolulu���Came   In   Fourth.
Mr. H. S. Jellett has returned to his
home In this city after being away
for the past three months, during
which time he has been second officer
in charge of the ocean-going yacht
Natoosh, which entered from Victoria
in the international yacht race from
San Pedro, Cal., to Honolulu.
The Natoosh left Honolulu on July
IG on her return voyage, reaching Victoria on Thursday, and during the entire 28 days in passage did not sight
a single vessel until within a few
miles of Victoria.
A series of mishaps after their departure from San Pedro in the race
lost what chance they had in being
among the leaders, and the boat came
in fourthf! Their lack of knowledge
among the islands in the Pacific made
them lose a day, a small island being
mistaken for Oahu.
During the entire trip the small
yacht covered a distance of 7000 miles
and on the return trip from the islands she ran 1500 miles without a
sheet of canvas being trimmed.
Big Salmon Consignment.
Seattle, Aug. 11.���Willi 30,000 cases
of canned salmon, one of the biggest
shipments of its kind made from
Alaska ports this year, the steamship
State of California, cf the Paciflc
Coasl Steamship company, arrived in
port yesterday morning.
WICIARKE
Phone 929    16 Collister Blk.
THE    INSECTS,    ROACHES,
WATER BUG8,  ANTS,  ETC.
from  getting a foothold ln the
house by putting a good Insect
Powder ln places where they're
apt to thrive.
We can supply you with an
excellent Insect Powder that is
non-poisonous to you, but deadly to Bugs and Insects ot all
kinds.
Get your supply today at
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Block
on the Banjo,  Zither Banjo,
Mandolin, Mandola,  Mando-
Cello and Guitar.
"Dick" J. Lawrence
Leave instruments for tuning or repairing at J. H. Todd's Music House,
419 Columbia Street.    Tel. 694.
STREET,   50x132
75.00; one-quarter
Are your wages or salary increasing
in proportlo nto the increase in the
cost of living ? What are you doing
to solve the problem ? Co-operation
solves it for you. Call in and let us
explain it to you or mail a card and
we will call upon you.    Easy to Join.   NO.  1327���8EVENTH   AVENUE,  50x
'"���o-oneratiye store. Eighth street and      120 to lane;   cleared  and    fenced.
Agnes street, telephone 458.    Branch      IL050; one-third cash
store. Sixth avenue and Tenth street.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
Uence lots in good locations, and
good Investments at the prices they
can be bought for now. Sultalile
terms can be arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH
to lane. Price %*i
cash.
telephone 426.
Messrs.  Motherwell & Darling now
represent the Credit  Fonder Franco
Canadien    Loan    Company    in    Now
Westminster, who control  vast sums
of old country capital  for first mortgage purposes on Inside revenue producing property.    They  are prepared
to   consider    applications    for    first
mortgage   loans   at   their  office,   744
Columbia street.    This  firm are also
I general  agents for the Fraser  Valley
land   New   Westminster  City,   of   two
jof the oldest and strongest old country fire insurance companies, viz., the
Royal Exchange Assurance Company,
Of London, Kngland, and the Palatine'
Inaurance Company, of London, England, and  can  uke cure of  risks  cf
any size. ��*
NO.    1233���FIFTH    STREET,    TWO
lots,  50x132   each   to   lane.    Price
$1050 each; one-third cash.
NO. 1289���PRINCESS STREET NEAR
Second Street; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third cash.
NO.    1195 ��� SEVENTH      AVENUE,
near Fourth Street, two choice lots,
cleared;   $1,275.00   each;   one-third |
cash.
NO. 1316���DUBLIN STREET. NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 60x120 to lane.
Price $1350.; one-third cash.
NO.  1288���FIFTH    STREET,    NEAR
Sixth avenue, 50x132;  cleared    and
graded;  $2,000; one-third cash.
NO. 959���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
street, 50x110; cheapest good lots in
the clty. Price $500 each; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Edinburg street; cleared and ready
to build on. Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO.     1143���WISE     ROAD,    FACING
south, 67x114  to lane,;  cleared and
t    in   orchard.   Price   for  a  few   days
|    only, $1,100; one-third cash.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. BYVELL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE UE WORKS
"EAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern  Saw  Mill  Machinery
JOHNSON SHINGLE MACH1NE8
PETERMAN   LATH   MILL   MACHINERY.
YALE AND COWIE GASOLINE ENGINES
CANNING  AND  CAN-MAKING MACHINERY,
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
New Westminster, B. C.
E. H. BUCKUN,
Pres. and Oenl. Mgr.
N.  BEARDSLHK,
Vlce-Presldeiit.
W. F. H. BUCKUN.
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phones No. 7 and 877.
fRUHK
Ask for Free Descriptive Booklet
���Summer Cruises in  the Northern  S
eas
.   S.S. "PRINCE  GEORGE"
to    Prince Rupert and Stewart,
Mondays,  midnight,  connecting
for Massett.
Grand five days' cruise $48.00,
including meals and berth.
S.S. "PRINCE. RUPERT"
to   Prince   Rupert,   Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Granby
Bay and Queen Charlotte Island
points.
To VICTORIA and SEATTLE,   Saturdays and Tuesdays, midnight.
S.S.
Prince Albert" leaves 3rd, 13th   and 23rd   of
 Prince Rupert and way ports.
each   month   for
above   steamers   for
Grand-Trunk Paciflc trains   connect   with
Skeena Crossing, thence steamer to Hazelton.
Special round trip excursion fares to the East via Grand Trunk
svstem, variable and optional routes via the Great Lakes and Niagara
Falls.	
 General   Agency  Transatlantic Steamship Lines.	
H. G. SMITH. C. P. & T.
Phone Seymour 7100.
A. W. E. DUPEROW, G. A. P. O.
VANCOUVER. B.C.     527 Granville Street.
NO BOG LAND.
FINE WATER SUPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Has BATHING, BOAT HOUSE ami  FLOATING PIER
OVER   70  COTTAGE8   ALREADY BUILT   IN   THI8   SUBDIVISION.
We run a general store and sell at city prices.   A new four-story
hotel Just completed.
LOTS from $350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those building this season.   Our Mr. Sands has an
office on the property. .
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TOWN8ITE AGENT8.
WATCH FOBS
We have now in stock the largest assortment of Watch Fobs ever exhibited in New
Westminster.   Examination invited.
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P.
THC
JEWELER
R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
ELECTRIC
Irons, Cookers
and Heaters
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write  Fire, Life, Accident,
axiS Marine Insurance.
Employers' Liability,    Automobile
ELECTRICAL   WIRING  A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656
63 Sixtli Street

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