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VOLUME 7, NUMBER 129.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1S12.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
WATERfRONT LOTS
WU tt AFFECTED
Motion Renders Void Leases
Whose   Rent   Is    Two
Months   Overdue.
Band Concerts Arranged���Want Better Cars���Another Notice From
Gas Company.
An important motion having direct
bearing upon the harbor Improvement
which is shortly to be begun on Front j
street and the waterfront, was passed | year of $9,330, as against $7,010 for
DEPARTMENTS SHOW
LARGE INCREASES
Returns of Water,  Light and   Police
Fe.es Reach.the High Water
Mark.
Good substantial Increases are evidenced in the monthly returns from
the water, light and license departments at tbe city ball, over the totals
for similar periods last year.
The amount collected ln the light
department during the month of July
just concluded was $6,194.00, or just
$487 more than the amount received
ln July, 1911, wben 'the total month's
business was $4,707.
Water dues -collected last month
reached the high water mark for the
SIGN CONTRACTS
fOR HOSPITAL
HEW PARTY HAS    TREASURY PAYS
at the meeting of the city council
last evening tollowlng the advice of
the harbor engineer and the recommendation of the committee empowered to deal with the matter, of which
Alderman Curtis is the chairman.
This was a clause rendering void the
leases held by manufacturers aud
others on city owned waterfront lots
on which rent had not been paid for
two months or over, and that the
lessees to whom it applies be notified
of the cancellation of their privileges.
Alderman Curtis moved the motion
which   was  seconded    by    Alderman
Dodd and carried unanimously.
Conecrts Arranged.
With one accord the council adopted the recommendation for band concerts brought in by the parks committee. The city band, under tho
leadership of Mr. J. W. Rushton, will
be engaged to give two evening concerts on the following week days:
One at Sapperton on August 14. and
one at Moody park on August 21.
Afternoon concerts will be given
every Sunday at 4 p.m., beginning on
the llth inst., and continuing at the
pleasure of the council.
The report stated that the band
would consist of twenty-four men, and
that a fee of $65 would be the total
expenses fcr each coucurt.
Car  3ervlce  Complaints.
In the opinion of Alderman Curtis
the ll. C. E. R. company was givinr
Westminster the shabby end of the
deal lu regard to streot car service.
���'The cars In use In the city at tbe
present time." Said the aldermim "ore
the corresponding month last year.
This Increase of thirty per cent, has
been kept up practically through the
seven, mouths of the year already
passed.
ln the license department the totals
do not appear quite so large this year
owing to the fact that the Insurance
licenses issued by the civic department last year are now under the direction of the British Columbia government.
The relative difference In the figures, however, would be much in fay
or of 1912 providing licenses were
subtracted from the totab of June,
1911.
The figures are: July It'll $1792.-
00, July 1912 $1743.00.
The total receipts of the police department during the month were
$831.00 as against $384.00 last year.
BRINGS PRISONER
BY OCEAN ROUTE
iiiM ot Police Bradshaw Takes This
Precaution to Avcid Possible
Rearrest of Dean.
Adkison and Dill Are  Successful   Tenderers   at
$135,000 for Building.
Lees Limited Get Electrical Work at
' a
$5900���Operations to Begin
at Once.
ORDERLY SESSION
OUT (ARGE SUM
Governor Johnson of California Named As Roosevelt's
Running Mate.
Five   Hundred  and  Fifty  Men
Twenty-three Thousand Dollars
Semi-mcnthly from City.
From advices received yesterday  tt
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The contract for the erection of the
Royal Columbian hospital was signed
Dy the respective parties yesterday
Messrs. Adkison ft Dill, of Vancouver
being the successful tenderers at a
price of $135,000.
There was also signed wltb Messrs
Lees Limited the contract for the
electrical work of the building, the
price being $5900.
Are Building School.
Messrs. Adkison & Dill are the flrm
which has the contract for the erec
tion of the new High school upon
which workmen have been engaged
for the past two weeks.
The building of the new hospital
will be begun immediately, and by a
clause in the agreement the portion
lo be built first will be completed In
side twelve months.
Start Right Away.
This portion comprises the greatei
part of the new hospital, being the
administration block and the north
wing. In order that this may be taken
:n hand it ls first necessary to move
back the present annex and this wll!
be done Immediately.
On Thursday next the contracts for
the plumbing and heating of the
building will be awarded.
The following Is a list of tenders
received:
General Contract.
Adkison & Dill  $135,000
Chas. P. Perry   147,000
Booker, Campbell & Whipple,
Limited   147,172
Sound Construction and Engineering Co   157.200
3. J. Lund. Vancouver   158,500
Chas. L. Williams & Co   161,820
(,i>o. Suider & lirethour   162,441)
I jl tr. -wtttjrtaua    ���-��*i���    ����.*   -
Judge Llndsey, of Denver,    for    Permanent Chairman���Women Out
In Full Foi*ce.
Chicago, Aug. &.���For vice-president
��� Governor' Hiram ' W. Johnson, of
California.
Por permanent chairman���Judge
Ben B. Lindsey, of Denver.
This slate virtually was agreed to
tonight by the national Progressive
-leaders and met with the approval of
Colonel Roosevelt.
The colonel endorsed strongly the
suggestion that Judge Lindsey be
recommended for permanent chairman. In regard to the vice-presidential nomination, he took tne position
that it was for the convention to decide whom it should nominate, and
that he would make no suggestions.
He let it be known, however, that if
the convention should decide upon
Governor Johnson, the selection would
meet with his approval.
A  United Party.
Chicago, Aug. 5.���The first session
of the flrst convention of the new
Progressive party, of which Colonel
Roosevelt is sponsor, was held in the
Coliseum today. Not a dissenting
voice was raised. The question of
negro representation from the south
had caused friction earlier in the dav
in the national committee, but there
was no echo of this fight on the floor
af the convention.
Although green hands wen "supposed to be at the helm, the machinery of the convention worked smoothly and efficiently. There was no roll
call of delegates, but the delegate
section of the floor, arranged in the
same manner as at the Republican
national convention, and accommodating uearly 1100 people, was entirely
filled. The alternates section also had
Today ia pay day at the city Ml;
and tha 550 or more civic employees
who >ave not felt tbe pleasant touch
of the long, cool, green for two weeks
will flock to tbe treasury department
to receive their stipend, which is included In the $23,000 that constitutes
the total of the semi-monthly pay roll.
Five hundred and fifty men ls more
than the city has had on Its pay roll
for some little time as practically all
the departments have been recently
strengthened in order to keep tip with
the tremendous press of work occasioned by the passage of the June bylaws.
At present the various civic departments employ the following number
of workmen and office help: Board
of works, 300; water works, 75; light
20; police, 20rschool8, 60; firemen,
32; city hall staff, 30.
SAPPERTON RECORDS
GREAT ADVANCEMENT
Much  Activity  in  Building and  Real
Estate   Circles���July    Was
Excellent Mcnth.
^oIL,������ ����d ����� -lmn.t intolerable to   Westminster to face a charge of being      *^��"a*",5 ,Ja,    �� ��� V   r���n.
passing aud are almost Intolerable tfl
the average man and woman tn both
the business and residential portions
of the city.
"On the Uirnaby lake route and on
otht r interurban electr'c lines," continued xMr. Curtis, "modern cars havo
been iustalled and the noise of their
operations has consequently decreased."
Acting Mayor Gray and Alderman
Heniey thoroughly concurred with
Alderman Curtis in his views and Act-
lug Mayor Gray was deputed to take
the matter up with the B. C. B. R. at
the earliest possible opportunity.
Regina Street Protest.
Protesting against the proposed
paving of Regina street, on the
grounds that the proposition was too
expensive tor the property owners, a
petition was received from residents
of the street suggesting that, as a
substitute for paving, improvements
similar to those under way on
Seventh avenue and on Hamilton
street be made on Regina.
The petition was referred to the assistant committee ln order to see If
it was sufficiently representative to
warrant the suspension of the work.
Trades and Labor Protest.
The New Westminster Trades and
Labor couucil protested against the
city making any grant to the Y. H*
C A to counterbalance the taxes aud
light  rates of that organization.
In this regard Acting Mayor Orav
stated that the communication should
have come before the council at the
last meeting, when the application of
the Y. M. C. A. was coi^idered.
Adequate service from thc Q, NT. R.
in the operation of the New Westminster office wan the subject of another
suggestion from the Trades and Labr.
council, the citV council being required to make representations to the
railway for better service.
According to the report of the alder
men this matter had been taken up at
the recent sessions of the railway
commission and this being the case
the communication was received and
flled for reference.
Flooded with Letters. .
When the request of Mr. G.V7.
Beach, of the Westminster Mill company, for the straightening of Duncari
street, Lulu Island, to join Ewen
avenue, was read, Alderman Kellington arose and declared that he
thought the time had como when the
Westminster Mill company should be
told tha^ the board ot works did pot
wish to receive fourteen or more communications from anyone per week,
enclosing suggestions for work to be
done on Lulu Island or any other
Place. ...
"We are doing all wo can possibly
do for Lulu island and the manufacturers situated there," said the alderman. "The numberless letters wlll
not help matters along and therefore
1 would move that the city clerk be
Instructed to communicate with applicants to this effect."
.   Water Overflowed.
The city engineer reported that on
Sunday last tho water at the Sapperton reservoir bad risen   to   such   a
height that an overflow had    taken
(Continued on Page Five.)
implicated In the Bank ot Montreal
robbery committed here last Septem
ber.
The last obstacle having been removed by the signing of the extradition papers by the Californlan department of justice. Chief of Pollce Bradshaw has been called upon to provide
against another possible contingency.
This Is that providing Dean 1^ brought
over au American railroad hrough
the. states of Oregon or Washington
hls friends might cause the Wsue of
a habeus corpus warrant and so effect
his arrest and detain hlm indefinitely.
In thla event the Californlan authorities would be powerless to act owing
to the fact that with the departure
of the prisoner from the state the
jurisdiction of the state department
of justice automatically expires.
To ensure against the possibility of
anything sueh as this occurring Chief
Bradshaw will come up by boat, embarking at San Francisco and coming directly to a B. C. nort.
Bank officials and police in Westminster interested in the case expect
the chief back with his prisoner dur-
'ng the week.
ANOTHER LIQUOR
SELLER PUNISHED
Joseph Hayes Is Sent Down for Three
Months for Supplying Indian
with  Lloucr.
Norton   Griffiths    Steel   Con
struction Co    ������  202,011
Electrical  Work.
I.cos Limited    $5,900
Electrical Construction Co., Ltd. 5,200
Empire Construction Co 6,465
Parker-Chase Electric Construction Co ��� 8.96��
Realty activity in Sapperton ia
keeping pace with the movement in
other parts of the city. While tke
few days of the present month have
been somewhat quiet, the real estate
dealers operating in the district report the month of July one of the best
in the history of Sapperton. Houses
aro being built on streets which have
just been opened and many cf these
are of a substantial nature.
Mr. George Ditchan is erecting a
large house on Kelly street. The
Ashton block on the corner of Cotnm-
PREPARING   FOR   LAYING
OF  SAPPERTON   8EWER
A gang of board of works employees will commence operations this
morning in trenching a portion of
Sixth avenue to prepare for the pipes
of -the Sapperton sewer which must
be laid at this point, prior to the completion of the paving contracts.
It is also probable that other streets
traversed by this sewer will be treated In a similar manner, as In cases
where the paving has to be taken ur
after once being laid a double ei-peiiB;
Is incurred.
HALIBUT STEAMER REPORTS
GOOD FISHING IN N03TH
In the police court yesterday morn-
'ng Joseph Hayes, a recent arrival
from the Interior, was sentenced ta
three months at hard labor for supplying liquor to an Indian. Louis Gabriel,
from Pemberton Meadow*.
The evidence ot a pollce officer who
had seen Hayes give a bottle of liquor
to the Indian on Saturday night, was
responsible for the convlotion. Gabriel
pleaded guilty to the charge of having
liquor ln hls position, and was fined
$25 or one month in default.
POST OFFICE IMPROVEMENT
New Stamp Wicket Being Installed���
It Most Artistic.
A now stamp wicket is being Installed In the city post office, the
work being in 'charge of the Westminster Woodworking company. The construction is similar In design to the
surrounding fixtures with- carved consols to wleket openings. This class
of \\ork is s credit to the post offloe,
and.to tbe firm In charge of the work,
and may be the means cf introducing
a better class of store and office fixtures in the city.
Mr. James Brooks, manager of the
Westminster Woodworking company,
contemplates building a larger and
more modern factory In tbe ctty In
the near future, and jwlll then be in a
position to manufacture all kinds ot
store and office fittings required.
The halibut steamer B. O. P. came
Into port yesterday morning laden
with 60,000 pounds of halibut. She
went as for north as Haycock Island
one of the group known as the Queen
Charlotte Islands.
This Is said to be a record passage
for the B. C. P. as she left port only
eight days ago.
Good flsbjng ls reported In the
north she will leave the wharf of the
Columbia Cold Storage company this
morning for another trip to the banks.
AT THE POST OFFICE
No Move Yet Made Towards Extension of Building.
No move haB yet been made by the
Dominion authorities towards the extension or the present building, although the appropriation was passed
by the House at the last session.
There In littje prospect of seeing
the building completed before the
Christmas rush and lt will mean a
hardship on the employees wbo even
at the present time, when nothing
special Is happening, ara cramped for
room.
It '.��*MMB��V> .
it*. a��.tV6n��.\ c1
iparty-. T*W��*a tor order. TH��
repeated later wben the call ot
the convention was read and there
was even greater enthusiasm when
Former Senator Albert J. Beveridge,
of Indiana, was presented as the
choice of the national committee for
temporary chairman. The formality
of electing Senator Beveridge was not
necessary and amid a renewed acclamation, he was escorted to a place
on the stage, decorated with a gold
badge and handed the convention
gavel.
Enlisted  Woman's Aid.
A decided feature of the convention
was the large number of womeT delegates.    [Mils called forth great cheering when   the   temporary   chairman
reached that part of his speech advocating   suffrage.    A   big  yellow Jbao
ner inscribed "votes for women" war
hung from    one    of    the    baleonl?s
Massachusetts    gave    one    of     her
woman delegates a place on the .c   ���
lutloiiB  committee,   which   will   dral
the party platform.
Tomorrow's session, n--..-mises to be
largely a matter of spee'v.wNakiiig
with Colonel Roosevelt's coiifeselnn
of faith" as the centre of interest.
The adoption of a platform and th?
nomination of presidential ami vice-
presidential candidates wl'l crnn
Wednesdav, followed by adjournment
that evening.
SWITCH QUESTION
FINAUY MIEft
Council Orders Work to Pro-
cesd .Case for Both Sides
Is Presented-
NtCetlatlont  Reopened with B.C.E.R.
���Royal Victorian Order Will
Establish Home.
Edmonds, Aug. H.-r-The question of
allowing Messrs. Cliff ft Sons, of
Kast Burnaby, to construct a switch
*ub fourth avenue connecting with the
-Tsth street line was settled by the
Barnaby council this evening, the request being allowed Bubject to certain conditions. Delegations for and
against the proposal were present at
tbe meeting and the matter waB not
settled until several arguments were
put forth by tbe different parties Interested.
Two petitions were handed ln, one
containing the names of sixty rate-
Bayers, who were in favor of allowing.
the spur track, while a contrary one,
containing ninty-nlne names, protested against it
Argument* for.
Ex-Councillor T. D. (V^dlcott was
the chief spokesman in favor of' the
agreement, and in a few words advanced tbat if the council turned
down the request, it would be placing
* damper on the efforts ot the residents to obtain new industries. The
few that are engaged iu manufacturing in Burnaby would also consider
the removing of their, planta to other
municipalities.
He backed up his statements by
showing that Messrs. Cliff & Sons at
present employ nearly -one hundred
hands, they had spent over $3000 recently In improvement^ to the cannery, tbat operations oa.the new loc'.v
factory building on , FJbur^lv avenue
had been stopped, and that if the B.
C. E. R. remove the spur track on
Kdmonds road, as ordered to do by
the council, the business men of East
Burnaby would have hto' place to
load  an<LJ>nJoad _thiic_jV5re��  nearer
-Rajjcusf- it#;iM��5��hiittoi    ,
ne'w biock," iovrtj, "two
height,  on  the  corner  of  Braid aad
Columbia streets, which will be used
as a machine shop and-a woodworking plant.
Mr. G. A. Target ha3 sold his property for $6800 to local people who
will hold it for better prices.
Many enquiries are being made for
property along the Millside line especially by the employees working at
the lumber mills.
SURVEY   PLANS APPROVED
of
Official Notification from Victoria
Government's Action.
Victoria, Aug. 6.���the special survey ot the city of New Westminster
has been approved by the lieutenant
governor In council and Is now the
onlv legal survey of that city.
The survey was ordered ln November, 1910. and was made by Messrs.
Cleveland and Cameron.
Maps which aro not In accordance
with It will henceforth be of no value.
.SUNDAY CLOSING RULE
TO BE STRICTLY ENFORCED
SURPRISE FOR COUNCIL
Mr. L. G. Robinson Has Subpoenas
Served Upon Member* and Clerk-
Edmonds. Aug. &.~-Some surprise
was expressed among the Burnabv
councilors this evonlng when sub
poenas were served upon each of
them and Uie municipal clerk, calling
for their apoesrance, In a sunremf
court notion being brought by Mr. L.
O. Rcb'nson. of Vancouver..     .,
Mr. Robinson, wlio Is the applicant
held a contract vith the municipality
for a stretch of roadwork on the Pole
Line road early ln the .year, but In
June of this year the contract was
taken away from him on the ground
that he was behind contract time with
the work.        ,      . M       ,L,
Mr. Robinsqn In his deposition
claims tho municipality had no right
to enter upon his work, hence thr
action.
In the onlnlon of many of the aldermen. Sunday closing !��� not observed
an It should be In New Westminster,
and In the future the pollce will bo
required to make a comprehensive
sorutlnv of the various refreshment
merchants who aro - alleged to be
violating the law.
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ORANGE LODGE POR    .
BURNABY PROPOCED
DR. HOLMES TELLS
Of MARATHON RACE
President of Westminster Automobile
Club  Witnessed  Ascent of
Mount Baker.
Edmorids, Aug. 5.--A meeting will
be held In Messrs. Wojker Bros, ft
Wllklc's office oppoplte the depot on
Friday evening to discuss the prospects ot forming an Orange lodge In
this district.
M the present time there are said
to bei a large n dm ber ot the rest*
dents who are member* ot Vancouver
and Westminster lodges; and It
enough sunport Is forthcoming from
these members a lodge will be organized her��.
Edmonds now boasts a thrlvinu
Sons cf Ewrln'Ht organisation, and
with the erection of the naw block,
there la every llkellbod* ot making a
success of the venture.
tion stating It was an Infringement upon public rights, and that It
Messrs. Cliff ft Sons desired trackage
they should build same upon their
own prooerty. Councillors MacDonald. Madill and Britton/all spoke in
favor cf ths spur track, and on a
motion by thc latter, seconded by
Councillor Fau Vel, it was decided ta
allow tbe track to be laid.
Negotiations   Reopened.
I    Mr. G. R. G. Conway, chief entfnetitr
of the B. C.  E.  R., appeared  before
the board cf works In connection with
the Highland  Park  cut-off,  work    In
ecjw*'?!! 'vlth    which having   been
halt   ' p/-dn��; a settlement between
the uiv?:e'-ality   and   the   company
over  the  right of  way over certain
| crossing*.
Mr. Conway explained the present
deadlock, and disclaimed any breach
of faith by the company over the-
order In council issued by the minister of railways. "The B. C. E. R.
desires to continue its friendly relations wttb the municipality.- and I
feel sure If tbe solicitors of Burnabv
and our own can get together and
form some agreement, same can be
embodied In the order in councll or
else   a   supplementary   cne can   be.
issued." ��� ���     ��� ..
His remarks fell upon favorable-
ears, and on a motion by Acting
Reeve McGregor, the solicitors were
authorised to reopen negotiations so
that work can be resumed oa tlie new.
line. * ��� '
Caoperton Sewerage.
The Sapperton Joint sewerage-
scheme was Uken up again by the
board of works, and City Engineer
Blackman, of New Westminster, was
present to explain the matter more
.ally to the councillors. Mr. Mack-
man stated that the government had
agreed to fill In the ravine running
through the penitentiary after the
���ains had been laid, which undertaking would reduce the cost of the
scheme some $40,000.
"If,"'explained the eriglneer. "Burnabv does not enter Into the scheme
at this time, It will be a difficult mat-
tor, aad an .enormous expense."
Chairman MacDonald, while view-
lag the expense that the schemo
would entail, stated that sooner or
later they would 'have to provide
sewerage systems not onlv f��r East
Burnabv. hut In North .Burnaby and
On th���� advice r*t
Mm acting reeve, the matter wan left
over to a special meetlhg ot the coun
dl whieh will be hold at some recant date, when the scheme will : 9
gone into more fully.
Victorian Order. cv
Anting Reeve McGrpfoy brought up-
a matter regarding the locatWa-df ��  .
branch home ef the Victorian Order'
of Nurses in Burnaby and asked hla-.
eoOeames whether Oiev thou*t**t the ... ���
tive ripe to support such a matter.
Having witnessed the rpwctaeular
mountain climbing marathon race,
held at Mount Baker, Wa*., cn Wed-
nesdajpifiwii. In which senasail athletes
of international repute took part. Dr.
A. J. Holmes, dentist, and ante
mobillat ot this city, returned to Westminster yesterday afternoon after
completing the first lap cf a stnenuoas
two weeks vacation.
The doctor's family, and a friend.
Mlss Archambault. composed the
party, who motored to the scene ot
the Mount Baker manfllhtm, ia fhe
doctor's forty horse power car.
��� "The race of which we saw tha
start and finish," said Dr. Holmes to
a representative of the Westminster
Dally News yesterday afternoon,
"seemed to be almost a aqpei hiansn
task for an athlete to attempt. The
twenty or more men who attempted
the 27 mile grind to l'he top of the
mount and back came In on the train
from Belllngham late Wednesday, asd
Btarted the climb at midnight At,
the top .we were told the ~ contestants
combated with a fierce dMt don;
while rain and other atamadlmrle difficulties seemed to vie one Vlth another ln attempting to conquer the
hardv climbers.
"About a quarter to nie cTclock on
Wedhesdfttf morning" ooattaoei De.
Holmea, "we heard great-afenttts lrom the other sections
the 25 or 80 thousand spectators who "
ware camped and waiting to see the
finale of the terrible grind. "PwsBBt-
ly the winner, Harvey Haggard, hove
staggering Into sight with the second
man but a few feet behind. The
orowd went crazv and Haggafd, less
than a foot ahead of his rival, reeled
across the tape a winner, fainting
dead away,
"Haggard'e time. *!ght bout's   and
thirty mlm-fi t"r t^e twenty-seven
miles, crfncli'dcd the doctor, broke alii   The order proposes to erect a homi
records for tha, eoi'.rse; the b^t pte-Mn Bunisbv. and to have two nuMfe's-
vlous   mark   boinj   something   om: I stationed there who ioutrt *tt����d t*>
eleven hours." leases   within    the   municipality.    A
Dr.  Holmes purposes leaving    tor]grant ot $260 was made and the,fee*
Seattle todav. Inter visiting other Am-lUig of the council was that It wtrat^*
erican cities-before his return here lhe increased next year If the lnuova-
durlng the latter juut af lhe week,   jttm waa a success. rAOB TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1912.
I Classified Advertising
RATES.
Ope cent per word for day.
Ffcur cents per word per
week:
No advertisement accepted
for less" than 25c.
Birth, death snd marriage
notices 50c per Insertion.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���FIRST   CLASS    ASSIST-
'   ant dressmaker for   alteration   department, Tlie T. H. Smith Co., Ltd.
WANTED ��� GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. , Apply Mrs. P. Birrell,
115 Royal avenue.
TO RENT.
FOR RENT���NICE COOL, AIRY
rooms, modern, new furniture,
abundance of hot water; no noise;
no bar. Sterling hotel, Royal avenue aud Tenth street.
WHITE ROCK���CAMPS���TENTS ON
platforms with veranda fronts, to
rent this month; also a three room
cottage. Apply to B. H. Sands, manager for white, Shiles & Co., White
Hock.
TO RENT ��� HOUSE AT 220
Seventh street. Enquire Allenbough,
224 Seventh street.
UNUSED T3 TIPS.
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
house to rent In New Westminster.
Address F. W., City Heights P. O.,
Vancouver.
WANTED���YOUNG MEN ABOUT 18
years of age to work In factory.
Western Canadian Can Co!
WANTED���A   TEAMSTER.
Annandale Supply Co.
APPLY
WANTED���EXPERIENCED Wf)M \N
for general house work. Apply 227
St, Patrick street.
WANTSiri���OFF'CE BOY; HIGH
school boy preferred. Bring written
application to H. P. Vidal & Co.,
Market Square.
aiao Could Not See Why Hi "hould
Get Mare Than Thirty Cents.
A traveling salo-min iia* many
rtrango adveuti'-v-i iu the ?nm\\ town*
of Western Canada, hut it is feldnni,
indeed, tint he lia-. anv difficulty iu
having his bills presented, tr in u\v*
in.,r away an, of his hurl-earned
money.
A reitain p-|itilnr salesman vt uclies
for the truth rf this 01 \ dCrlafinj
that it happened in him in lid less a
plaoe than Moi.-e .law.
He was detained with a custompr
until after eleven o'clock ina cold
night, mul in order to Vni^i in time
to cateli his train hs had n-.t topped
lor dinner.'
The dining-room of liis lirtel hai
been closed f<,r hours, m there ��a<
no hope of a meal tliere. Bethinking
himself of a dingy little lunch-count-
j er near the depot he descended upon
it like a wolf on the lold.
He found it open, hut desert.-1 exeept for a diminutive .lap in .-. white
apron. After consuming a plate if
"ham and" lie waited a lew un-iiieiit^
expecting the waiter, to shtillle up
wearing the expression whicli is thft
same the world i ver, and says plainer than words, well, you have eaten
��� now pay.
Several moments parsed and still
the Jap made hu move in In- direo
linn, .-o lm ciill.d. "Let me have a
check,  waiter.''
  Tliat worthv   looked pesplrxed, hu��
TO RENT���EIGHT IK O.MED HOUSE!! fell to rummaging ill a batteied desk
on  Keary  street,   balf block  froin   and returiiod bearing pen. ink anJ n
Columbia,  cn  two  large lots,    ter-1 pad
raced   lawn,  fruit   trees,  etc..  very
desirable.    $25 per month. Apply to
22!) Keary street.
TO RENT���NEW FOUR ROOMED
house on Sixth street; eight roomed
house on Fourth avenue. Warner,
Bangs & Co., T>hone 1024. East
Burnaby.
'TO RENT���FIRST CLASS FURN1SH-
ed rooms by day   or week;    phone
and bath free.   654 Columbia street
(over Royal Bank of Canada).   Prices
moderate.   Phone 10913.
TO RENT���TWO NICELY FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply U7 Agri&a street.
Telephone L638.
NORWEGIAN SETTLERS BARING AVIATORS
THEY   tiftZ   SLOW   MOVING   BUI
INDUSTRIOUS   FARMERS.
CROSS CHANNEL
The  Farms of the   Incoming Scandinavians From the Western Stales
Are Net So Trim as Tl.ose oi Thiiri
British Neighbors But Steady Pro-1
gress Is Being Made���The Children
Preler School to  Holida/s.
Miraculous   Escape   Follows    Record
Journey���Aviator, Wife and
Journalist Aboard.
Along one pi ths rivers, cf Centr-il
WANTED���WAITRESS. APPLY THE
Lytton cafe.
WANTED���WORK
Japanese woman.
WASHING
Phone 600.
BY
WANTED���YOUNG . SCOTCH GIRI
wishes to assist with housework
Sleep at home. Address Box 8.
News office.
TOR RENT���LARGE, A IKY, WELL
lighted room, 30x30 feet, in Hard-
man hlock, suitable for office or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make- a two of tlire" room apartment suit?. For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE    inquire    two   comfortable   furnished,
rooms;    old    country    family    pre-j
ferred.    Apply room -, B. C. E. R.
depot.    Phone 401.  |
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping looms, hot and cold water
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
hall, comer Eighth street and Agnes
street.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Toi ma reasonable,    721   Vgr.es ctt-oet.
���1 (i RENT
bn i
Ad
riRNlSHFD MO VRD!N(
're--  I'.ov T't'i Cltv.
WANTED���AN     IRONEU.
City steam laundry.
ROYAL
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.    36 Hastings street.       ���
tt \NTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A  WAITRESS.    APPL1
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
���T)R   KENT���OFFICES    ON    SIXTH
Rt'-eor,    o--- nsi'p    Dominion    Trusl
H. P. Vidal  ft Co.
i loc
a pi:
FOR RKNT���LA ROE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two aenCemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
if  blank check* < f a  \<cn\  hank.
'.N'o. n��!" iTied the annm.'d tmvel's
cr.    "Not  thnt   kind  of  ,i  che k,     A
meal   check.     I    want   to   pay���lu.w
much do I owe yunV
"(Hi!   Souse me.   Thirty rents."
The  wayfarer dripped  thiee dimes
int.) tlie outstretched   hand and said
as   lie   followed   tliem   with  a  fourth,
"That's lor vou. my hoy."
A   puxrled   look   crossed   the  Jap's
impassive  yellow   face   as  ho  hastily
| returned tlie coin,  saying,  in  broken
Kngiish,   'hat   thirty    cents    was   all
tliey charged for bam and eggs.
That  was aliim.-t  too  mucb  I- r  hi-*
patron's   gravity.     Here   was   u   ifiHN
wlio diil   nit  understand   what  a   tip
was,  and  who actually   bad  In  hav ��� '
money   I; rot',1  upon   bun.     \s  lie  pn'
on   bis   e<i.i!   b.>   explained  -lb,.!.   Ihe
thirty cents was fi r the Imsn ao 1 ih-�� ]
cxtr-i   ten   penis   i<>r   lit?   waiter   t**\
i w  l!i.-i(  be was  pleased  v. tli  him. I
Chancing   t >   lm k   back   niter   lhe I
i door   bad   i-!i .-oil   upon   tii11i   lie   -hw
I the waiter and  a  white-capped c> k
t iii libled   ii|i   v .tb
I ouiring  at  iii.-   hi
, that   lhe  -lap  whs
| the  e.-tah'.ishnuiit.
Isl
laughter.    On  entei    be  di-oovered
the   propi ieti.r   ol
London,   Aug.   5.���A   new   aviation
record   was  established   today,   when
Alherta tare is it stretch t -f e.unlry, anH ael:��plane with two passengers be-
Which was opened up about six ye,r�� 'jMfVfif BTftor'ttll,ew-ac,r?1b" the E"S'
j,,..,  .i   Ham   i��� . ��� i,   i i lish Channel for the first time,
ago.    Nnna  (1   tie   llfhliestesas   werei     ..... a., *. .
��� I        . i ���..   .,���   i      ��      ��� ���        i       \    The machine   was   a   new   Breguet
e"we-   ,   -at-     UthS ^''aeroplane and was piloted   by A. M.
tl.e  we,-m  M��W.    Ullirw  cr heir, Moorhou8e   accompanied by his newel.in trv.i.eii wuu   ollowcj tb,m lr ���������, iy.wedded Wife  and   a  correspondent
be Same parts obose each  his ...n-     f ^    ^ ���       Dft���     Teiegraph.    He
.1   ,1""?-,?,*      .". ! ** H**1 *?  ascended  at   Douai   at   6*: 30 13   the
so that a little sot.ement was liirn.ed.   mornlng   and   flew   thirty-two    miles
says   ^arpny    Lamvell    ill    li.ro.,1,,  over sea and ,Md   ftlfghting at Ash-
��'|i   ' .   ... . .,.       ford, Kent.
1 lie  prairie at    I is  part  is  rilling      Th6   journey   was   most   exciting.
and  dotted  with   bluffs  (the  we.-t��i.i  Several    blinding   rainstorms   tossed
wnr.l   for   flilmps   <l   Ireesi.   mil   a  the aeropiane about,  and  once  they
wmdirm   creek   runs   into   the   river.   were enveloped In a rain   cloud, and
Many  of  tlie   Norwegians'  laiins  are  jyjoorhouse was unable to see.    After
thei'efrre     vrry      prettily     uttiatwl.   drifting a long way out of his course,
l.luse parts (I them under cultivation  he {\n&\\v sighted    Dungeness.      The
look promising, and eveiy year a new  corresponilent In describing this crltl-
porli >ii is hr, ken.    Kor this w- rk tnev   caj m0ment and the descent, says:
general,)- u-e oxen, as do mosl 'f llu      ��Tije concussion  was terrific.    The
M-ltitrs.    It  is   Ho'i-etc re  a   sl uv \:rn*  left  wing or-jmpied  before   our   eyes
e.s.s.    Although  oxen arc In Iter limn  8nd tj,e machinerv v/as dashed hcad-
hor-cs tu draw  \\w jd.nv for hrcakuiR   long t0 tbe ground amid a shower  of
ii. w   lai.d.  tbey   ate   n--t i.rn u-  as  in-   branches,   leaves  and    mud.    For   a
centive- ti II.e Use c f .-lr..ng language, j 8econd   or two,   nothing   (stirred   and
A man iiShj  ba i ruinaliv  in -t exem-   then we three wigsie(i ont, absolutely
l',,r' l��< u�� fit'ire 'I words, hut at- Unhurt, from the tangled wreckage.
ter sitllity lii-bind ox.-n l.r n few Iur-      .<0lir eacape borders on the mirac-
r.,w--|iec.me >ei\  liueiit III expi- lives.   ,.loug    The g^^ Was broken by Hie
C   e  pond   Sc Wh   lady   <u   tins  livlgll-   tree3   b���t  the who,���  rred!t   mugt   be
l.orbo d lu I I- -i ut the wun ��� w - ne   ���jv(.n ,0 ^a B���lonai(1 qualities of the
dny. sn I. i-.l.ie  v.as  llu  lured  man s   BrPtruet. ^n four ���ianea were smash-
laut-iiiig,. to  lus oxen     Hal  -In- cm-  od beyond recognition.     The massive
ployd   i   .V rwo.-iaii   sin-  v,ui..l  have   ,i,.Pi   h���di���s    cham\n   was   battered
l,.i   none   tne   v.iser.   wbatjvcr   D'*   and twisted.    The engine dug a deep
iistire id b..- expressions. ,,c)o ^  the   grornd   but    the   entire
l,e Norwegian- .use men mt '��-y  body of the machine   was   absolute!*
lar,n. imt   ���l>tr|i>r >nndunairad.    Even the cvpnders   and
Ilus j.iiirncy.   '���'��� | the    instruments were   still   in    f-.ill
c,   means   H   �� ���.,| , ,vr.^in��� ordpr       jb�� Immense force
^f the iivact  may   be   realized  from
ilies i, r cxcr.i-uiu- itl,e fa(>t that the mactli���e tore out a
eaiiilinaviaii Rnliprt hhirtv-foot   tree   bv   the   roots   and
win t plav j...,., ,..���,,_   ,lke  tbrcad,,   two  mast'v..
branch is, a gocd eight inches in dia-1
meter.
"I'would  also i-av   tribute   to   the
wondprfi 1 courage and   coolness   d's !
played bv  m-s. Moorhouse under cir-
c'lmsti'-'--��������� that would havo trVd the
nerve of the most hardened aviator."
"SOME HA'E MEAT,
AND GANNA EAT"
So Bbbby Burns tersely describes the-
rich, but still poor, dyspeptics. Dut their
case is not now so desj>erate as when
Burns wrote. Por the man who has tlie
food now can eat without suffering for
it, if he just follows the meal with a
Na-Dru-Co dyspepsia T;;blcL
These remarkable tablets banish tlie
troubles of the chronic dyspeptic���tlie
man who is bilious���the suf.'crer from
heartburn, gas ou the stomach or occasional indigestion. You can eat hearty
meala of wholesome food���and digest,
them, too���if you take Na-Dru-Co
Dyspepsia Tablets.
Compounded by expert chemists, after
probably the best formula known to
medical science, they are quick and
certain in their action, giving prompt
relief from all forms of stomach trouble,
toning up a^td strengthening the digestive orgsnsand bringing about permanent
cures.
A man is no stronger than his stomach.
Fit yourself for your be6t work by
taking Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets.
50c. at your druggist's.   National Drug
and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.
....... 1 '
Montreal.
Ub
fi r wi-iknu ��� 11 llie
dnviio'  into  t  u 11.
II.;   a    I v II ��� 111 i IJ    1 -:
manv   In ur- 1
L.ve gi 1 il opi
tie mind.    If
Pino-   W1 iv   I
C- i.i I   lie   in I
llig  tb  <e   1  n
llie   N   1 wei
tb.-ir  1 \ o  in
EAST BURNABY
Two roomed house on three lots 33
feet each, $1800.
Four roomed house, plastered, $1400.
Four roomed house, $1700.
Five roomed house, modern, $2500.
Seven  roomed  house,  two lots,  all
new and modern, $3750.
Tonus easy.
11 Uu rea-l. Hut it must
��� rlu   ill,
m
1111-**, ben
-i\c to lus genius ilur-
. pi ��� Idiugs t 1 and Iro!
:an- ure r it lu r A\ w in
\ciiients,   it  tliey   hro  t -
bv   I lu
be  1 mice I
tarnjs.   'I lie li    ^^^^^^^^^^
x.   n-   llie  ca-e   may   be.   i- 1
wo'!   as   h   rub,  hot  tbe  same
WARNER, BANGS & CO.
PHONE 1924.
Coldxott Blk.   Fait Burraby
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.
FOR SALE
FOR QUICK SALE���OWNER NEEDS (
the money.   V.otB B, 1 and 8, tolocU 2, \
reaubdiviBlon ot  blocks. Tl, t). Tj. 25.
group    1,    New \VestmhiBter.    $300
cash, or $325 terms.    Apply W
Smedley, Hox 508 Nelson, B.C.
25.
J001
11.
B'JILDESS ATTENTION���Ws have a
choice building let cn Sixth avenue,
tac'.ng on    two KtreetB,50xl40.    Fine . ,���...h..v
vrovnuit'.cm tor two Uounes.    Can bei ' ���"   '    '.
bought at snap pr'.ce.    Call and see1    " ,:i "
us.
Manitoba Needs Hens.
The poultry iodu-try -I the I'r---
vince if Miiiit-'ba III as yet ill its m-
lancy. The demand I-r iif rmatb 11
��� n all liii',j if p< ii Iti y culture, tlie
rapid itr-.will and expansion -f 1 111
markets, ami Jbe ateadv anxkeuiMU
it  our fariu-'is  to  the  1 ee.l >!  better
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, E1GH-
teen fruit trees full hearing, 75
chick3, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 foot
lane; water and light; $1430. Small
payment, brflance 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
\e-half blocks from car.
J2K
FOU SALE���SMALL IIOCSE. SHEDS,
coop .and chickens, 21 fiult trees
full bearing; lot 5, 50x132 feet, garden and vegetables; Ninth avenue,
Burnaby, bet'veen Secoud and
Fourth streets. Price $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
FOIt SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMED1-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
IFOR   SALE-
moet new.
-A   BELL   PIANO,
408 Fifth street.
AL-
I
>FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD   OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
THREE   LOTS   ON    WISE    ROAD���
each 34*145    to lane;    $600    cash.
Terms for balance.   No. 41.
LARCE eiQht roomed cottape, completely modern, furnace, laundry,
fully and comfortably furnished
throughout. $6500; one-third cash.
Terms 6, 12, 18 and 24 months. No.
FINE    SIXTH    STREET    LOT.   60X
IIS.75 for $2800; third cash; terms
6. 12 and 18 months. This is a
money-maker.
FINE BURNABY LOT. 50x150���Cleared, sidewalks, water, light, etc.;
$750; $50 cas\ balance at $10 per
month.    No. 45.
TWO fine seven roomed Houses, all
modern, splendid view; lots 33x132;
centrally located for $4000 each,
$600 cash.    Terms.    No.  54.
COOD SIX ROOMED COTTAGE���
Handy to car; $2600. Small cash
payment, balance to arrange. No.
46.
���oven complete.
-atreet, city.
Apply   210   Agnea
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
41.00 -ttsr wok. Canada Range Co.,
iAtarket Square.
.BURNABY LOT, close in. 47x133, partly cleared. $800; one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months. No. 43.
See Us About Highland Home.
PERSONAL.
BIJ11 DERS ANU PLUMBERS,
Timu'il. blocks, chimneys,
laundry' tubs, drain file nnd
-proof, germproof, waterproof,
larv plastic flooring, IM J. W
Calltim, Westminster Truat block
Phones: Office 434; house L886,
FOR
brick
flre-
s-inl-
. Mc-
LOST.
LOST���GOLD RING SET WITH
moon stone, on Queens park oval
Saturday afternoon. Please return
to Box 93 News office.
Royal  Cify Winc'ow
���lii���i   i*m*w*m**m*awm*��ma*m^B**M******aMaw***m***a��w**m**********s       	
Cleaning   Service
Windows and Floors of every de-
acrlption cleaned. Contracts taken
for Banks, Offices and Stores.
Moderate chargos. Prompt attention.    F.stimates given.
Phcnc SOS. 743 Front St.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.C.
INVESTORS'
Real
INVESTMENT CO.
Estate and  Insurance.
Notary  Public,
urtis Block, New Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
nod m ie nl it Hr> imlicn
tbe unlimited po*��ihilltie�� for
llu future development ul tie iu-
du-trv. say* Mr. M. ('. Hem-r -I Iho
Manitoba Atrieultural Uolleuc, iu 11
lecent bulletin. When we CUimid r
tho u-reat waste of crain ib n, ' Manitoba farms, and llie opportunity Ilia
lanner has to convert tha --'lain int 1
poultry and P'o.'s. and when we consider the unlimited market i.'maul
for these poultry products at bis verv
door, then we be-in to reiliz.e the
immense possibilities ol the i 1 lust---
fir developing int) a disliirt nnd
profitable lirsneli if western f-rrniiur.
lu si me nl the enniitries where Hi"
itidustrv lias reaelipd ita bi'.-lie>t
state if development the ilitlieioti-'-
wt re at tirst far ureater and more rt
treme than th.ise present I y the condition* in the Province 'f Manitoha.
We need only to refer to t':o markit-
her% where the demand f'-r pnu!tr\
and Pir.'s is unlimited, compared to
some of the markets of other ociiu
tries whieh bad to he developed tir-t
Our markets are at the prrs"nt tune
supplied with poultry and rfis-*. ��
large percentage of whicli are pri due
ed outside ol the province. Were Mil"
production turned ovpr in the Man ������
t< ba tanners wp can readily : ��� wbat
effect it woulu have oti the indu.-tn
and its Importance as a rli.-tlnct
branch 1 f western agriculture.
T. D. COLDICUTT
For   sale -Xew   4-roomed   house   and
lot;    everything   modern;   bathroom.
electric lislit    and    city    water, with
large basement.   $2200 cash.
For Sale���Fivu-roonifd house and lot.
ono   block   Lorn    car;    $1800,    good
terms.
Kor Sale -Two cleared lots, one hlock
from car; $750 each, good terms.
Kor Rent- Suite of 3 rooms, right on
carline, $18 a month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719.' East Burnaby, B.C,
and Sixth Street.
COME TO THE
Kelvin Cafe
where PLACE, PLATE and
PRICE will PLEASE.
WHITE LABOR ONLV.
tOME COOKING.
Ali.)VE T. ,1   TRAPP rt  CO.
'on er  Lorne ami Co'.umbla Streets.
Another Aristocratic Settler.
Ibe Viscnrt Cei r^e <h Man !ui\
son of Cn-nciHl de Manduit. extlover.
nor of K umkry. French (iuinea. i��
s-nliiiL' fi r Canada with the intetiti tj
it purchasing land in Itr i t i -1 ��� t'oliini
bia. The Viscount bei niirs | , (,ne : I
Ihe oldest families in l-'rance. ineiii-
l-cr< ' f wbicb since before Ibe lime f
Napoleon have rendered di-iingins'ied
service lo the French (iriiiv. He i-
tr>i-e Inu with Hi.' I!ev. ,)-vop|| K'.li, It.
(Indellfli, lllit.. who with Mm. |,;|j| ti.
has been pi Kmrlaml for some in-inlb*
It is mtere I.n.' |n note that Mrs. Ill
lii-tt lieb-n-rx in to it Inm- ih ( anipheil
family wh'WH suns have serfs-1 Hie
ri' wii  iii  s,,  many   unv.  I 1ft vieat
^xnHf'itbpr wn (ii'tniii ('anipbell i|
ff.M 8, Tri��l*Mit. whieh took jmrt in
some ul llie euiiMiietiiei.l.s coiinecleil
Willi the (ili-rii ih period duiiir wli.cii
the uenius oi Nelson mndcd llm ilej.
Unies 1 I the lint sli Meet, lie fi u^'bl
Ui'der Ahercri niliie at tiie liattlo if
Alexandria and was the I ;st l- sup.
pi rt his chief when he tell, lle is
represented in the tllRCIilllpeilt piece
ot stiatuary in Saint Paul's Cathedra!),
erected in honor nf Abercrnmhicl Mis
ami settled in Canada ami croze I in
pioneer work in tbo County oi Huroti.
A Convenient Ranc'i.
Some real estate dealers in Hritish
Columbia we e accused of Ioimou victimised KnftHull and Scotch settled
l-y si'llini; to tbem, at luin raiise,
fruit ranches wbicb wcru silling on
the tops of mountains. It is sai.I
that the captain nf a steamboat on
Kootenay lake mice heard a greal
>-p!ash in the water. Looking over the
rail, be spied tbe bead of a man who
was nwlniminu toward bis boat. He
hulled him, "Do vou know." ��ain thi
swimmer, "this is the third time today Unit I've fallen off that tally 1 IJ
unci)   i.i   ulliiCr"
ippearaiu'O 11 their
���f wheat, 1 r 1 ats.
U  verv
l UIIU' t
l.e mu,I - I tbo 1-uildiliUS 111-I tlieir
sun-'-iiuilim.'-; and yet tbey bav.1 h
UhmI ui d.'l l.el-re th.-'iu. On tb.-ir
lurder- h livhiii a Sf Iclmian, win
|ois Ins lr ine-tea I i-) perfect 1 ld<sr.
All is well nriiin;i'd III),I compact.
111 I is ke, t -crop ib-l|s|y nei-t. It iJ
a pleasure t- lo-,< at it. I tio \*r-
weiiimis di lorn their eye- u;:oii t
inlmiriiiciy anil wistfully, but Iheir
1 wn In inestea U 11 iiihiiv ways piva
111 evidence 1 I hi y atlemi t at inn-
tuti- 11. The ! ui'-l u^s bave been run
up aitvwlier", an I in tbcm-elvcs ar��?
io 'idv-loi kum. ibe In ii-es nr.' -1 untune- in t i'veil 1 1 lumber, unite n*
i Itt*i bfiiiL- 1 I b ii-i or s -d. Ilk' lbe
--1..I. ��� ��� j and sli ds. in c-'iirse I'ifv
cn. :i t help the uiiality 1 I then l.uii I
in-: inilerial ��� thev 1 au the best Ibev
can nil id. and r.erbap tbey bave ri< �����
tbe lieart Id make tbeir suit 'Hidings
lu-nt
I - r tlioni lo liav-' order and nea'n-'Ss
iiido- i. niii.-t l>e almost iiiiv-ssible,
lii- In uses are so sriiall, and lb' lanu-
lies so bu-..,.. Indeed, there mu.-t be a
C-od deal 1 t iuuenility exercised t-i
make r.- 111 (1 r everyone. II. wev?r,
the turnitiiie *i rein ies but little spi'--*.
hr there is imt niucll 1 I it.
The children early trrow aocus-
b mod to wi rk. When thev rre slill
unite - run! I their -ervices are ticode-l
lu take chic of tha chickens cr I r
some fueli tn-k Thev bave little
fiiav llie liuiisps are Inn lar apart,
fi r them tu come back ami lorth and
li<.ve uhiiic- ("Bother. Tbe nii�� opp- r-
tii mt v lliat any 1 t tbem lias b r ree
iii:: (ther children and llRVilllt Some
aniiisi'iiiL'iit is uuilig t-i scbn-I. 'Ihey
iiave an enthusiasm lor sell" I whicb
is pleasant t-i see. It i* such a contrast to lie ordinary ituliff rut uf
rebellious a tti tide towai Is lessons,
Rut these like iustructi"ii better, pet
baps. Iiecause they have 1 nlv sik . r
eit-lit iiionths if it iu tiie year. In
tliem scbiK.I time stands I r In li lav
time, ami the holidays are r< rlain.i
let whnt is usually understood bv tbe
word. Tbe Riiiuiuiiceiiieut "( a hob-
d-.', thereli re, is not received Willi
pleasure. Uli one |-PCa��luu 1 nlv in
their school r feeble cbemi ureeli-d llie
words: "No seboi.l tn-iii<>irow," nini
Ibat was Ihciiusp tli? Ill r 1 'I tin-
ciii.-s. a le \ niiite iKTinal ill III* alii
III,111 t'lWHld- le--' ns (havilli! 11 te till
1,1 -. iii 1 1 le.'iinrly lor sl-Vi ra.
\en-i 1-'1 lbe <f Mill-list rut] ui. 'lb,
I'm - I-. I'i'i r 1 ian lb. ehi'di i .
ie neill 1 y th ���-.. -chool holidiiys, get
llliy   ne ie   11--1I ince   at   III III '
"II   ||t*w  dav-"  Ihev   arr^ called   bv
some   ��� 1   the   llflio   Norwejinin
c- 1 - id  r  tliem   ----called   because they
mic  "hollow'    1 f   lessons.
One In -y writes if bis li-lidiiys;
'"I w . week* li lc w davs. 'I tio I'.rsl
we. I; pupil lo ik ami picked un
sillies, iln- -eo-ind week it rained,
���xcepi Siiterday, ami I went t:i
t- wn."
Neatly all the Norwaiijan bnyn and
girl- are clever at tlie.r studies, and
.cin 11 KnUj -h very quickly ��� perhaps
because  Ihe}   nre  anxious to learn.
The -.Town up iieople, like the clul-
lir-'ii. bave but one form nl auiuse-
meut, daueiiiu. which tliey delight in.
'Ihey aie very cood dancers, and
(Hon meet together tor rd all-night
whirl Sometimes the sclioolbouse is
the ballroom. Tbe music is tbat provided by 11 (iddler or two, who ara
sometime* accompanied on the harmonium. The men keep tbeir hats
111 when dancing. Tbey love their
bats ��� soft felt ones, pulled down
well rn their beads���and seem wedded to tbem. Tbey do not appear to
follow any rule of manners (accord-
ing to our ideas of manners) or even
common-sense in wearing thsm. Kven
entering a warm rorni is imt eiittl-
eient reason for uncovering their
head*.
Cadets  Reach  Sydney.
Sydney.    N.   8.    W..Aug.    ". -   Vit.h
colors flying and bands   playing, the
Canadian  cadets  reached  Sydnev   to-
Iday.    Despite tbe fact that   the boal
I arrived practically a Uay late, and on
I a Sunday, an Immense crowd ,,f several   thousand   persons   were   at   the
wharf  to  welcome   the  international
visiters.
Ef ary Woman
. ts Intnri'smj and i-lmuld know
I about tbe wonderful
Marvel "Bswr
Ask toot drngrtst for
IV  Ir ha ennnot snpply
the   MAKYi.L, accept 00
other, but send stamp f��r Utns-
traled book���lealed.   It gives tall
Grtlcnlara snd dircctlnns Invilaable
ladles. W1NDSOH SH PPI.V CO.. Windsor, Ont
General Agents for PBBsatSs,
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local   Improvement  Notice���Improve
ment of Nanaimo Street.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster, having by reso
lution determined and specified that
it Is desirable to carry out the following works, that Is to say:
Purchasing certain properties where
necessary in order that Nauaimc
Street may be straightened to a unl
form width of 60 feet between lltb
and 12th Streets.
And that said worka be carried out
In accordance with the provisions ol
the "Local improvement General By
law, 1912."
And the City Engineer and City
Assessor having reported to the
Council ln acordanee with the provls
ions of the sald bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
���igainst the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
\aid report of the satd City Englneei
and Cltv Assessor having been adopted bv tho Council.
Notice Ih hereby given that the Bald
report is open fcr inspection at thf
olTlce cf the City Assessor, City Hall
Columbia Street, New Westminster
B. C, and that unless a petltior
against the proposed work above men
Honed signed by a majority of th'
owners of the land or real property tt J
be assrBsed or charged In respect ot
wb-'^auch works representing at least one
half In value thereof ts presented t-
the Council within fifteen days fron
the date of the flrst publication 0'
this notice the Council wlll proceed
with the proposed Improvements un
der such terms and -conditions as tr
the payment of the cost of such lm
provements as the Council may b'
bylaw in that behalf regulate and de
termlne and also to make the said a?
sessment.
Dated this 23rd day of Julv. 1912.
J. B. RUSHTON,
Acting City Clerh
Date of flrat  publication   24th   July
1912.
s-
Andrew Clausen
Expert repalrlno. of American, EnaHel
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
641 Front Street.     N'  * City Market
THE WHITE
GROCERY STORE
fP������a���SB���������������*3BB
CLEAN FRESH
STOCK
We aim to carry a
full line. We also
will deliver them
for you. Call in or
Telephone 1100.
C. E. HUNTER
OUR NtW BAKERY
IS PROVING A
SUCCESS
No handling our bread as it is wrapped in beautiful wblte paper as soon
as lt leaves the oven. All kind:) of
Cakes, Rolls and Buu3. Let us send
you a sample.
826 Fourth St.
TELEPHONE 735.
EDMONDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L 883
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868. Room 4 Traps Block. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THRM
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4,1
N0TICE1
Tils Honor the Lieutenant-Governor
has received a despatch from the Military Secretary to His Royal H^hnes3
the Duke of Connaught, Governor-
General of Canada, setting forth the
program of the tour of His Royal
Highness In British Columbia during
September and October next. The
following places will be visited:
Kamloops���3 p. in. to 6:15 p. m. on
the 17th September.
Vancouver��� 3 p. m. on the 18th
September to evening of 20th.
ABOR EXPEDITION
flfAS SUCCESSfUL
I Tribesmen on Northeast   Frontier   of
NEW YORK CITIZENS
MOUSED BY CRIME
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
LEESLIMITED
"We  Furnish  Your  Home Complete."
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
India Havs
f. ceived Salutary
Lesson.
London, Aug. 5.���The official. despatches announcing tho successful
conclusion of the operations against
the Abor tribesmen on the northeastern frontier of ludia, rendered necessary by the massacre of Mr. Williamson, the British assistant political of-
  I fleer at   Sadiya,   and   his   party, are
New Westminster���On 21st Septem-1 published  by the India office   In the
Mass Meeting to Be Held���Rosenthal's
Death Was Police Warning
to Others.
ber. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Prince RuperU-11 a. m. on 23rd
September to evening of 25th (Including a possible visit to Hazelton).
Nanaimo���11 a. ra. to 1 p. m., on the
27th September.
Victoria- -Evening of 27th Septan*
ker to 3rd October.
Vernon���Morning of 4th October to
11 a. in. on eame day.
Penticton���4 p. m. on 4th October
to 5 p. in. on 5th.
Robson via Arrowhead���7 p. m. to
9 p. m. 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 Office, Victoria,
Sth July, 1912.
CITY     OF     NEW   WESTMINSTER
Local Improvement Notice���Widening
of   Cemetery 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 ls 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 with the
provisions of the "Local Improve
ment General Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said  by-law  upon  the  said  work
giving     statement.')      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 I
said report of the said City Engineer !
and City Assessor having been* adc
ed by the Council. """^^^_^
Notice Is hereby given that the
said report Is open fcr inspection at
the office of the City Assessor, City
Hall. Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C, and that unless a petition
against tho proposed work above
mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners rf the land or real property to
be assessed or charged In respect of
adopt-
Official Gazette       ^^^^^^^^^
The most Important result of the
expedition has been, as Major-General H. C. Bower, the commander of
the expedition, puts It, that "our capability to punish evildoers, which
hitherto has not bean credited, has
been brought home to the tribesmen."
It is stated that the principal persons Implicated ip the murder of Mr.
Williamson had been punished, and
that a good deal of useful exploration
and survey work has been accomplished, while relations with remote
sections of the Abor tribe have been
improved, the demonstration of British power having had a salutary effect.
The country presented tremendous
I difficulties, which will be realized
i from the fact that on one occasion a
1 party that left camp soon after daylight only completed four and one-
half miles by 4 p. in.
The denomination exercised by the
| Kebang Retting group of villages has
been broken, and those in the Interior can now trade with India, which
they express a great desire to do.
Districts north of the Brahmaputra
can be recolonlzed. as there Is nothing to fear from Abor raids.
Major-General Bower, In his despatch to the chief of the general staff
acknowledging the receipt of orders
for the demobilization of the force.
j summarizes the rseult of tbe expedition as follows:
Previous to the advance of the
force Information pointed to "the great
probability that we would not only
be opposed by the Minyong, but tbat
several other tribes would coalesce
with those responsible for the massacre in opposing our advance, and
from information obtained afterwards
lt appears that very many villages assisted in the preparation cf stockades
and stone shoots.
"It was soon, however, apparent
'.hat tribes who prqmt3ed their sup-
"ort to the Minyong had done so under the belief that the punitive force
woi'ld be on the small and insufficient
scale that has been such a marked
feature of former expeditions against
the Abors.
"As soo" as cr strength became
manifest  the coalition  fell to pieces.
-'       WIR"'*"'
such  wrka representing at least one-
half  In  value thereof  ts presented  to   �����*"*  the Rntltv -village* were   left
the  Council  within  flfteen  days trom   flfrht  out  thetr  own  ouarrel   wltv
th��  date  of  the  flrat   publication   of   "'       """"   �����������*��".   ��-*.����
thla notice the Councll wlll proceed
wtth the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as to
the payment of tbe cost cf such Improvements as the Council may by bylaw in that behalf regulate and determine and also to malce the said aa
Retain eat.
Dated this 22rd day of July. 1912.
J. B. RUSHTON,
Acting City Clerk
Dr.t" of first  publication   2-1 th   July,
1912.
alone.      Thla   materially    reduced    the
active opposition."
The casualties are returned as follows:
Officers���K'lled   or   wounded, nope.
Pa��k and file��� 1 killed   2 wounded.
Followers:���3    killed.    3    wounded.
Oeiths From  Disease.
British officer    1
'ndian officer    1
Nfn-ccms. and men   5
Followers      47
New Vork, Aug. 5.���The citizens of
Nev/ York, disgusted with the failure
of the police to clear up the wor3t
graft and municipal scandal In the
city's history, today prepared to take
matters in their own hands.
Twenty days after Gambler   Rosen-,
Uial was   killed In the   astoundingly !
brazen fashion, dozen of arrests have
bec*i made, and many   actually   con-:
netted with the killing have been ap-!
prehended, but the real scandal   re- j
mains almost untouched.    The killing
of Rosenthal has proved the   merest j
incident in the situation.   It has been
shown that hTu killing was planned as
a publlc warning   to   all   who   might
dare  to give Information  to the   authorities.
Banker Jacob 11. Schiff, Eugene H.
Outerbridge,   Dr.    Henry    Moskowltz, i
Henry    Green,    Felix    Adler,    Jesse j
Strauss, and Bishop Greer this afternoon affixed their names to  a letter;
calling for a citizens' mass meeting to
be held next week in Cooper Union to
consider ways and means   to protect
the   citizens    and     investigate     the
charges of alliance between the police
and the criminals.
Mrs. J. Borden Harrlman, Mrs. E.
H. Harrlman and Mra. Russell Sage
were asked to head an auxiliary of
women in the vice clean-up movement.
The letter invited every influential
citizen of New York to a non-partis-
and non-sectarian movement In the interest of law and order. It Is proposed
to form a citizens' committee that
will gar even further than the historic
committee of fifteen which worked
under the direction of the late Bishop
Potter.
With "Dago Frank" and "Whltey"
Lewis in jail, and "Lefty Louie's"
trunk ln the possession of the police,
containing two revolvers said to have
been uBed in the Rosenthal murder,
police officials today boasted they
would have "Louie" and "Gyp the
Blood" in custody soon.
Suspects today were under arrest at
Auburn, N. Y.: Corning. N. Y.: Camden. N. J., and Newark, N. J., variously believed to be "Gyp" and
"Louie." bnt today the police have
not identified any of them, and the
Avburn prisoner was released.
The men now held for the murder
of Rosenthal are Police Lieutenant
Charles Beckf-r. "Bald Jack" Rose,
"Bridgle" . Webber. Harrv Vallon
"tack" 9U111 van "Whltey" Lewis and
"Dago Frank." The police are looking
fcr "I.elty" I ouio, "Gyp the Elood,"
B>m  Schepps.
dse Swann. In the court ot Ken-
reiBlona. today took occasion to \
n\ze severely the pollce depart- '
ment. saving that New York was
more "wide open" now that ever before, and that "one man was responsible." He mentioned no names, but
said that the reason gamblers were
nr' convicted and jailed, was that the
police presented such flimsy cases
���"gainst them, for the purpose
"shaking down" the gamblers.
OFFERS UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN
Choice Furniture, Carpets and Linoleums
THIS WEEK WE CUT THE PRICES
WIDE OPEN ON
Parlor Chairs, Den Chairs and Upholstered Chairs
to \ and
"M      .like 1 eral
��� crltl
AS TO DELIVERIES:
We are so busy we ask your kind indulgence as to deliveries
as we find it impossible to get all out as promised. A few
days will allow us to catch up.
"WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETp"
LEESLIMITED
Send Us Your Telephone and Mail Orders
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ONE   MAN    INSANE.
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local  Improvement  Notice.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster having by reso--
lution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the following
works, that is 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 on' the following
etreets:
Sixth Avenue from 4th to 6th street.
Sixth Sireet 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 Columbia Street. '
Regina   Street    from    1st    to    4th
Street.
Fourth Street from Columbia
Street to Royal Avenue.
McKenzie Street from Front Street
to Columbia Street.
And tbat said works be carried out
In accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
In accordance with ths provisions of
the said bylaw upon the said works
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer.
and City Assessor having been adopted by tho Council,
Notice Is hereby glv.en that the sa'd
reports are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor. City Hall.
Columbia Street. N'ew Westminster, B.
0., and that unless a petition against
the proposed works above mentioned
signed by a majority of the owners of
the land or real property to be assessed or charged In respect of such
-works representing at least one-half
In value thereof ls presented to the
Council within fifteen days from tbe
date of the first publication of this
notice the Council wlll proceed with
tho proposed Improvements under
such terms and conditions as to the
payment of tbe cost of such improvements as the-Council may by bylaw in
that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said assessment
Dated this 23rd day of Julv, 1912.
J. B. RUSHTON,
Acting City Clerk.
Date of first publication July 24th,
1912.
As Result of Insurance Act and Another Commits Suicide.
London, Aug. 5.���The Insurance Act
goes merrily on. One man. It Is re-
orrted. has already been driven insane by his study of the act. A laborer out of work ��old a clock to buy
stamps and then committed suicide
because he was afraid he would be
unable to get work on account of the
act. Twelve men arrested on a charge
of gambling made the defece that
they were passing Insurance ourA*
around and guessing the number of
stamps thereon.
Tho government has rented the
largest skating rink In London for
the storage of literature regarding the
act. It Is already intimated that the
operation of the act will cost two
million dollars more a year than the
Irst figures Issued by the government.
disorder on any part of the section.
Chief Constable Wynn, with his regular force, is in full.control of the situation. The work may be delayed for
I some time.
of
In
BURGLAR   BROKERS.
New
SNOW   ON   HILLS.
Scotland���Unusual Cold Reoorted
In All Britain.
London. Aug. 6.���Ten days a~o
London was in the throes of one of
the worst heat waves lt has ever experienced. Saturday the lowest August temperature in London since 1864
was registered. Unusual cold is reported all over the island. Haymakers are snowballing ' in the Pennine
range. A sharp frost occurred in Derbyshire and frost was noted in Huntington. The higher peaks of the
Grampians In Scotland are white with
snow. Friday ulght was colder thin
ten of tlie nights last Decmb-"-. colder than eleven In January and eighteen in February.
JULY  TIMBER   LICrNS
Paris   Police    Wrestling    With
Kind of Criminal Species.
Paris, Aug. 5.���the police of Paris
ire wrestling with a now fepecles of
criminal, the "burglar broker." The
broker advertises, quietly of course,
"burglaries done neatly and with de-
inatch." The ��� discovery of the "burglar broker" was made ln tbe lnvc"-
gat'.on fcUowk-.fg '.'!���: b?a':ruptcy of
M. Bouvler, a veil known Jeweler.
Bouvler reported the burglary ot his j
flat and broke down and confessed
when the dectlves proved that he
must bnve been a consenting party ln
the affair. I'e exil?.'r.ed hew his
���-roubles had induced him to employ
-i "bureilar broker," a German, who
claimed to be In touch with the most
desnerate criminals In Parjs. i
The burglary had been brought oft
**H ��rrsn��red. the wins secreted In a
country town and Bouvler was ready
todraw the Insurance money. The
brokers fee waa $400- and the fee of.
Molse. h's operator (known as the
King of Burglars) was ?500.
THREE   GRAND   OLD   MEN.
Lord f.'ratheona *s 82 Todav���Hard
Work Has Kept him Young.
t ondon, Aug. 5.���Three nona^en-
-"rlan peers are celebrating their
h'rthdavs this week. The Earl of
Wemyss. who has lived under six sovereigns, ha'-'ng been born ln the reign
of George III. was 95 yean of age ves-
'er^sv. lord Strathcona wlll bo 92 on
Tuesday and on Wednesday Lord Nelson the "Father of the House nf
House of Lords" will begin in his
ninetieth year.
All three a*" still vlgor��'is. Lord
Strathcona holds that hard work has
kept him young.
*Uiose Issued East of Cascades Slight-
*        ly Exceed Those West.
Victoria. Aug. 5.���During Julv the
number of timber licenses Issued west
cf the Cascades were 522 and the revenue was $59,358.75. East of the Cascades 544 licenses were issued and
the revenue waa $69,710. Transfer
fees wre $511, penalties $1175. royalties $33,639.72, payments for registering timber marks $42 and timber
lease rentals $8189.74.
The amount added to the forest protection fund daring July was $13.-
593.91. making it $28,253 to dite.
This fund la made up of an annliai
levy of cne per cent per acre on ft"'
timber lands in private hands,
whether lease, crown grant or otherwise. The levy is exacted to y'.ciej
"owalhlng over $100,000 oer ���annum.
Considerable latitude ln the i'.me of
payment Is being allowed because this
is the flrst year the tax has been lev-
led, but in future years lt will be
payab'.fcou or before Feb. 1.
��� "�� .ii     ii'     ������    >
G. T. P. 8TRIKE.
CITY     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 further information con be obtained from
the office of the City Engineer.
Tenders to be accompanied by i
check of 5 per cent of the value ot
tender.
Tenders to be deposited with the
City Clerk not later than 5 o'clock ou
the 12th day of August, Ml*;
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, July 29, 1912.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. O. H. Ratbburn ls not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Ma'ch
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co..
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice of the above.
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  .Match  Co.. Ltd.
CHURCH    LAOS'   BRIGADE.
C. L. B. Old Comrades.
The Chief Staff Officer, \V. M. Gee,
is at present in Canada to organize
ex-C. L. B. members into an Association of Old Comrades. Will all ex-
members send their names and addresses to him, at 23 Scott street, Toronto ?
E. H. BUCKUN,
Pres. and G��nl. Mgr.
N.  BEARDSLEE.  .
Vice-Preside"-!.
W. P. H. BUCKLIN.
Sec. aid Treas.
NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.
Pursuant    to    the    Creditors    Trust
Deeds  Act  and   Amending   Acts.
NOTICE is hereby given thai
STARKS LIMITED, carrying cn bus!
ness as Dealers tn 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, 1912, assigned all IL
estate, real and personal credits and
effects to RALPH CLARK, of Vancou
ver, B. C, Salesman for the purpose
of satisfying rateably and proportion-1
ately and without preference or priority all Its creditors.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that a meeting of the creditors of tbe
said Starks Limited will be held a.
tbe cff'.co of Ames Holden McCreadv
Limited. 81 No. 403 Cordova Street
West, Vancouver. B. C, on the 3rd
day of August 191? "��� tve hour cf 10
''cJJSli iii U�� l<*r*H0h. - ��� ���
' AXD NOTICE IS HKuBTir HTVEN
���hat a)) persons, Arms, and corporations having claims against the saW
Starks Limited are required to forward particulars cf the same duly verified by statutory declaration to the
satd Ralph Clark addressed to film at
No. 403 Cordova Street West, Vancouver. B. C. on or before the 3rd day of
September. 1912. and that all persons
Indebted to the said Starks Limited
are required to pay the amount due
by them to the said Ralph Claris
forthwith.
AND NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that after the said 3rd dav of Septem-
SMALL-BUCKUN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FIR, CESAR AND SPRUCE.
Phones No. 7 and 877.
Work Practically at Standstill Around
Hazelton. ���
Haselton, B. C, Aug.   5.���Save tor
statiion   work,   construction   on   this
section of the Grand Trunk Paciflc Is
practically at a standstill.     Since the     .... ....
strike of the 2772 mea employed. 1400  ber, 1912, the assignee will proceed to
have gone to the coast whUle a feW distribute   the  assets  of  the   estate
among the parties entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims duly
verlted of wh|ch he shall then have
received notice, and wlll not be responsible for the assets or any part
thereof so distributed to any person
or persons of whose debt or claim he
s*ill not then have received notice by
men are arriving   ln ' didv ver'fled cla'm.
and   the   contractors ' DATED this 22nd July, 1912.
have started overland to Fort George,
expecting \to work 0" other sections
of the road. Tbe station men are all
working, also the crews on the Important, br'i'stes at Sealey and Mud
Creek. The majority of the strikers
remelnii'ir desire tb return to work,
but are deterred bv the I. \V. W. or-
gangers. New
sr-ipll    pirt'ei.
FOR RENT
Large Front Room in Hard-
man Block, 30 x 30 feet; is
well lighted.
Suitable for office*, workroom
or living rooms. Available
August lst.
i.
APPLY TO
HANNlNGTON    &
claim the Idle camps   will   soon   re-'HARRIS    BULL
s-Ji��e with full gangs. I    MASON.
There has not been the slightest Solictitors tor the assignee.
Westminster Daily News I*****.**.
WESTMINSTER DAILY MEWS
TUESDAY, AUQU8T 6, 1912.
Published every morning except
Snnday by Xfr��K|tlonal Printing aad
Publishing XlS$ *td., at their offls*.
S3 McKenzie Street, New Westmin-
4ter,.B,C��
kOBEKTH. BEST. Manager.
TE(LEPHONE8:
Business Office. \. i...   994
Editorial Office   991
���UBSCRIPTION RATE8.
By carrier $4 per year, $1 for three
months, or 40c per month.
By ftiaMjl pfcr % year,   or   25c   per
mouth.   C* VJ��
m*f.
. i3,-n*%3___&^v
would help to preserve the predominance-irr the Dominion of British sentiment and British tradition. Many
men of tfiia class have recently arrived. More are comSng.���Hamiltonj
Spectator.
-    ' i'J'Wl'WMU. i.n	
TUE*DAY-r-AUGUST C, 1912.
***********
INTERCHANGE  OF ABILITY.
Two recent Jwtbpenitigs In the lives
cf two distinguished sons Of the overseas dominions are fraught with particular interest to^ all who live without the British IbIch. Among the
many Canadians who havo entered
the wider sphere of the service of
the empire, StaPercy Glrouard's name
.stands out��^%'::Pt,0!n'uently.
Sir Percy is one of the many
graduates oi. the Royal Military College, Kingston, who enter the Im-
perlaLjaewjjc*. j*nd- hia worth has
been fec<fijni^jff(t! there. He wa3 director of railways In South Africa, later
High Commissioner for Northern
Nigeria, and now has retired from
the governorship of Hritish East
Africa to take up an important position with ���������MWsPM. Armstrong, the
builders of battleships and great engineering firm/of thu north of Kngland.
Moro recent still is tlie appointment
Of Mr. George Ernest Morrison -
"Chinese" Morrison as he is familiarly
Lnown-7-to be political adviser to the
Chinese premier.
Mr. Morrison is an Australian by
birth, and has had an adventurous
and interesting career, while for many
years he haa been The Times correspondent at, gluing-
Just as Napoleon was wont to remark that every soldier carried a marshal's baVt^n "in his haversack, or as
every AmcHKin boy has the chance or
beccming president, so every Canadian, Australasian or Hritish African
boy��� beys in fact of all the Britains -
has before him an unexcelled fleld cf
WORKING   FOR  SAFETY.
The Santa Fe railroad has created
a new office, that of commissioner of
safety. There is likely to be a counterpart ot this office established, not
only in all of the big transportation
companies, but in many of the big Industrial concerns where great num-
beis of men are employed.
The Santa Fe commissioner is not
a desk official. He Is supposed to go
out on the Job looking after matters
which need correction, in the interests of safety. He is to visit every
town and everj' water tank along the
line, and consult with anybody and
everybody who knows anything about
the iubject. His suggestions for in-
creasjng the sarety in the Operation
of the lines of the company are to be
carried Into effect, providing, . of
course, they do not require too heaivy
an original expenditure, ln that case
they wilT probably be taken under advisement.
There has been a steady progress
In improvement In the manner In
which officials of the great transportation agencies of the country are regarding the public rights and public
Interests. There is alRo a showing of
enlarged interest in the welfare of
thefr own employees. Time was when
the railroads resented any pressure
put upon them by law to install safety devices and make h"tter provision
for the prote'-.Mon of their mei}. To
dav fhf>v ere taking voluntary steps In
that direction. There is more co-oper
stft'^n work, construction on this
public agencies which .liarV- been set
"d in regulate them than there ever
ha^ been before. mumm* n   .
Wftho"! further nrmnulslon rtt law
thp railroads nn make manv changes
snd lmprr>vetne��ts whieh will reduce
the llabtlitv to fatal aec'dn.ts. It is a
wheleFonie fling to see that thev .tvj
writing to that end now.���Seattle
P.-I.
Atlas E. Z. Seal fruit Jars
It Is an
' *a,
;'   This jar Is especially recommended  to the  housewife.
all-glass package, absolutely sanitary.   "Seals with a touch."
PI NTS, per dozen ... ,t. iii ���.*:.,.���..            ......$1.00
QUARTS, per dozen   $1.25
HALF GALLONS, per dozen            $1.65
WAIT FOR OUR PRICE ON PEACHES.    IT WILL SURPRISE YOU
'     CARLOAD COMING
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
THREE  BIG   STORES:
City���605 Columbia street. Sapperton���317 Columbia street.
West End���Corner Twelfth street and Sifcth avenue.
FROM   OUR    BOOKSHELF.
B. C. VS. A. D. METHODS.
In the early days of Rome a temporary coliseum was constructed of
v>cod for ccrta.n circus games. When
the crc,\d3 poured iu, on uie g.ila day
the new erection proved too flimsy tc
support the weight {.laced upon it
and it. cellared. /
The emperor cf that day isiued au
order, which vas rip; dly carried out- , .,
He ordered that the architect and I P_eg.?J*B*! ��L2e,
builders of the amphitheatre should
be tied to stakes ln the centre, of tht
building and that it siiould be set on
lire in a do/.en claoes. This was
done; it vas the last ever heard oi
seen cf the unfortunate builders te
royalty.
These are methods out of harmony i
opportunity '*K'tKi  flelds  cf  life  jj with modern days.   Nevertheless, it is
* L,. . , , , ,   ���       .    .   la matter cf history that this was the
the great Empire of which Canadi is  ^ bit af in,porta!U  wcrk   that co!
proud to be a part. (tipscd.     Jerry building went   cut   of
One of the strangest books   It has
ever been our   lot   to peruse   Is Mr.
Charles  Wesley   McCrossan's   "Canadian   Heart   Songs,"   (Toronto,   Wm.
Briggs).   The title of this assortment
of verse is appropriate   In that   tha
varied contents come from the heart |
cf the producer, but the bulk of the |
accompanying  illustrations   deplctinj i
baronial halls of England can scarcely be said to be fitting, especially ih |
the  work    of one who evinces    the
overflowing    confidence    in   Canada
that   Mr.   McCrossan    does    in    his
"England."
The verses on British naval suprom-1
acy are very timely at this season,
but we cannot say of any of the work
that the. true lilt of poetry Is there.
Yet the lines show promise of better
efforts, when, perhaps, the author
may confine himself to one branch of
the art, and not roam from the Mil-1
tcnic to the allegedly humorous, from i
j he patriotic to the ;:rrel,: religious.
But lest these thoughts come to be i
1 branded as tbe "Musings of .-.a Scalla-
wag Editor." we hasten to -Kay that
lovers of lacrosse will   find there  a:
| ditty when' the names tf past. Winni- i
ame are strung out j
n extenso���not forgetting their power cf attracting "the   money  at   the I
gate."
There are some views of the Rockies, and some lines upon the subject;
but the work is crude.     The   writer j
lias the thought, hi" not the power of!
e- pression.    Tliat there are signs  cf |
. the thought growing   In   Canada   is
I something for which tn   be    thankful.
I especially when we compare our own
i minstrelsv as a whole with that ot tht*.
dweller* In other marches ot the Bin
ary of the commission: Victoria.
Aug. 12 and 13; Nanaimo, Aug. 15.
The commission will sit at the court
house ln the following places: Vancouver, Aug. 26, 27, 28 and 29, 10 a.m;
New Westminster. Aug. 30 and 31, 1)0
a. m.; Kandoous. Sept. 2, 10 a. m.;
Vernon, Sept. 3, 2 p ,m.; Kelowna,
Sept. 4, 3:30 p .in.; Summerland,
Sept. 5, 7:30 p. in.; (Iraud Forks, Sept.
7, 2 p. m.; Rossland, Sept. 10, 10 a.m.;
Nelson, Sept. 11, 1<> a. m.; Cranbrook
Sept. 13, 10 a. m.; Revelstoke, Sept.
16.
FOR SALE!
TWO LOTS ON FIF-
teenth avenue, East Burnaby, one
block from Sixth street car line. All
cleared and in fruit trees.* For a
few days only, $7f>0 each. Easy
terms.
RUTLEDGE- SAUNDERS
BROKERAGE CO.
Room 6, Trapp Block Phone 702
what; do you
THINK OF THESE
THREE HOMES?
On Fourth street, flve roomed modern bungalow; full
sized basement; furnace, fireplace, laundry tubs, electric
jllght fixtures; everything ready for housekeeping. Price
��3500; $1000 cash balance 6, 12, 18 and 2^1 months. No.
4-18.
New bungalow ln West End, close   to Twelfth   street
car line;  flve rooms; fafl    sized    basement,    piped    for-
furnace; lot all cleared and fenced.    Price $2700;    $600
cash, balauoe 6, 12, 18 and 24 months;    or   in monthly
payments.   No. 4S1.
Six roomed house on Second street; new; basement,
fireplace, piped for furnace; only Just built. Price $3300;
$1000 cash, balance to arrange.    No. 402.
The Peoples Trast Co., Ltd.
541 Columbia Street
FRASER RIVER
PILE DRIVING CO.
Wharf Building and General
Construction Work. Pile Foundations a Specialty. Estimates
Furnished.
P. A. JONES, Mer.
638 Clarkson St.. New Westminster, B.C.
S22.
pire. there is room for us ln tt��*Lt
rectlon. as well a^ In naval   dr,njn
And J-S&f SV&Jtae ot the host brain* \ t��vor wWsta ��th��*fe   Vm   *-- *o��*b \ltv
cf the oversea statea go to the servica U^. aXtXhrtst* to blame would he burn-
. ,t a ..  ..     .     , ,    .      .    \ei tn SeaXh in tho midst cf the'.r cot- , . , ,.    .       ._ ... ������,���������
ot the great Motherland, so It la alsoUapseQ     edmce.      The    haU     dozen Uo contribute our lust share
true that many ��>�� the brightest   in-|4i>athK  thus ordered  by  the  emperot
may well have been the means of sav
Phone 943.
P. O. Box
mm.
ySHMSk
Ask for Free Descriptive Booklet
Summer Cruises in  the  Northern  Sea*
S.S. "PRINCE GEORGE"
to    Prince Rupert and Stewart.
Mondays,  midnight, connecting
for Massett.
Grand flve days' cruise $43.00,
including meals and berth.
To VICTORIA and SEATTLE.
S.S. Prince Albert" leaves 3rd,  1 ith   ,.   | ::>,n\   0f
 Prince jtupei i ports.
SS. "PRINCE  RUPERT"
lo   Prince   Rupert,   Thursday*,
nildntgbtj connecting for Granby
Day and Queen Charlotte Island
 points.
atunluyg and Tuesdays, midnight
each   mouth   for
Grand Trunk Pacific trains   <-m : . ,-     - , t h
qvpp.ni  fTmit'^e.  thence  stem- n  tn 1        iion.
Special round trip excursloi ran Un
svstem, variable and optional routi
Falls. 	
above
sti ami n
for
East   via  (Jrantl  Trunk
Hreat Lakes and N .i^ara
General   Agency  Transatlantic
.. u. s-ulTH. C. V. &. T. A.
PHon��  Sevmour 7100.      VANCO
W   l
B.C.
arr.ship Linen
Dl PEROW
Q. A. I'  ll.
527 Grarwille Street.
telleci||.JJ.JJj<i,JLll|ilsh Isles enter the,
services of the great oversea states
Kliodes, Strathcona, Seddon���there ia
no need j,o tellover the list.
Kipling*&'*'ATmy; of a Dream" i
gradually coWiife tVue. We may hope
that lii ev^f^H^lk of life interchange
of ability between the Mother Country
and the -dominions-may be more and
more pefTecfetir*
With the^ pVospect of a record-
breaking crop in the west, there will
be a greater demand than ever for
harvest haiijly,;-find the railways will
carry aw$Y(^{rojii,]Ontario many train-
loads of-*ou*g-< formers, not a few of
whom will be induced to take up
prairie aUMlefttenQs.'of their own. This
business waa -formerly confined to
one transcoriliAWWil raiilway, but now
there are three: The Grand Trunk
Pacific is ������t'Msrely looking for temporary harvest help, but it wants to
get the country along its line as
quickly as possible occupied by permanent settlers. And so just now It
is bent on taking out of Ontario eighteen  thousand  farmers, who are ex
pected to^
portiojyy
bertAV?*
In one a
movertrenf*!
placed In the northern
Saskatchewan   and   Al
iped of the matter, tho
moulil^e encouraged. So
much of the west is being occupied by
Immigrants from Europe and the United States that tliere is urgent need
of a sufficient leaven in all the new
communities of Ontario-bred men to
preserve the traditions of Canadian
life. We cannot let the rising regions
of the west get out of hand. In
everv quarter of the Dominion, as
rapidly as it is opened up. there
must go the moral tone and the political I*eahrxrf "Eastern Canada. Otherwise Car..n;da, wljl soon cease to bo the
Canada'fff jtjifclK we are al! so proud.
But whiffe ithiS Is true, and while
for patriotic reason? we should endeavor to sparV a generous number
of our young farmers. It must bo re-
mambered that Ontario ha-, a future
of its owi'f'we'n worthy of sedulous
consideration. In its new north there
is room fnr airtfle, young men who
c-innot fin^oparfiugs to their liking at
the froi't,""anrH?li<��e young men. with
bnt a tithe of tlir effort put forth by
the pioneers ..of the front, wlll 'n the
long run fare much better than If they
joined the western heglra. fn all On-
tfc-'n tha-,* ts pow ji lamentable lack
of farm help, The east has claim* **
well ns tbe west. There are two sides
to this as to every other question.
Perhaps the ultimate solution of the
problem will be found in the importa-:
tlon of a class   uf educated    Kngiish |
farmers, with ample capital, wbo will
ta,re  tlv- jf-ir"is  ut  the  front    of On-1
Tarlo as tl'# pioneers of their descend-!
���ftnts ���p4ss��a'wiiv. and show  what can I
ne done th""   -'i int 'nslv" iiT'iculturo.|
H**t*l>i n^gjjjrf^oiild i,,- eas'lv assimilated j
wtth  purselvs   especially   with   c*r\
Ine-np  '-"      h*","d     'f     '"eiilificall'-
-Ai%liat^"ytffi^'*Jcana(1!an farmers-and
ing hundreds cl live3 later on through
the encouragement it gave to substantial construction.
Each ancient method has, somehow.
Its modern equivalent. The history of
an' ient Rome might, in some places.
be found of considerable Interest by
modern municipal statesmen. ��� Ottawa Free Press.
FOR   G'JCH   IS   LIFE.
It has been said that we owe it tc
tke kickers that the world is such a
seed place to live in. but, according
to the kickers themselves, it ls not s
good place to live *n at all. Nor will
the habit cf chrome faultfinding
make it nrneh better. '*���������
The grumbler is not more gifted
with prescience than the man who un-
complafnftigly takes life as. he finds
it, and even when the grumbler's loud
complaints have succeeded In abating
one nuisance he cannot foresee what
ether difficulties will spring up in its
place.
A man ought not to Ivivh iivml lone
in this country or anywhere else, on
earth before making the discovery
that every day he is lil"tlViitg^Mf1fl'"'t-1
er sights and sounds and people who
are disagreeable to him. He ought to
make up his mind that there are certain conditions governing life on this
planet, and that daily disappointments
ard annoyances are among them.
The wise man is he who realizes
this, and who does his best to make
life a little better by words of cheerfulness and encouragement, and
sometimes by silence.���Toronto Mall
and Empire.
SCOUTS   DROWNED.
Boat Capsized and Nine English Boys
Met Death.
London, Aug. 5.���Nine Boy Scout3
were drowned yesterday by the capsizing of a cutter off Sheppy Island. A
large party of Boy Scouts were proceeding at the time to their summer
camp on the island. Four young men
of the mission camp at Salteden, near
Brighton, were drowned yesterday
while bathing. , -���(
MUNICIPAL   COMMISSION.
THE   MONROE    DOCTRINE.
C.tuce for Gcosc, Et;��� Says Pall Mall
Gazette.
London, ^113. .". -Commenting on
the Americ.in senate's reaffirmation of
tlie Monroe Doctrine, the Pall Mail
f'azelte today speaks strongly. It
says:
"International r"1at'ons would be
made eas'er a?d the Mbnroe Doctrine
prore acceptable to other powers If
the opportunity were taken to reaffirm the deternilnat'on of the United
States not to seek further terr'torial
e'tiannle'i and to avoid the same kind
ef colorable acquisition of plices convenient for naval bases, which the
penate decides It would view wl^h
concern on the part of other nations."
^ittincs Begin   Next   Monday at Victoria���Here on Aug. 30 and 31.
The Municipal Commission recently appointed by the provincial government consisting of Mr. W. H.
Keary, chairman; Mr. H. A. Maclean.
K. C, of Victoria, arid Mr. A, E. Bull
of Vancouver, will commence its B;t-
tings in Victoria on Monday, Aug. lf.
On Wednesday following it will sit ip
Nanaimo. Commencing Mondav.
Aug. 26, the commission will hold
four days' sittings in Vancouver, and
will close the week with two days In
New Westminster. Afterwards they
will visit interior points, finishing fnl-
the province in Revelstoke on Sepf.
16.
The commissioners will then gij
East visiting the principal cities in
Eastern Canada, and afterwards they
will go to Des Moines. Galveston and
other points in the United States,
where civic government hv commission is in operation, for the purpose
of ascertaining how it is working
Boards of control w*ll he a subject of
inquiry In Eastern Car ada.
The commission will ini|iilre fill*
'n'o the work'ng of various muii'"'"-^
"nvernments In th" province, and wil
listen to niw compla'nts a^d h<> pleaded to receive anv n'>vi-esUera lo^k'il
to ihe heiierment "f civic and munlc*
pa! eeveniment. Thev des're all whS
are Interested 'n these matters tn attend their meetings and present theif
views.
Following ls tlie provisional  itiner
CANADIAN    NAVY.
CIxty-Elght  Men   Hive  D-srr-ed   H.M. I
., 8   Rainbow ?lnce Arrival.
Victoria. A"g. B.���SiTty^elght men <
have deserted from the H. M. S. Rainbow since fhe Canadian naval ship fir-
rived at Bsiuimalt. There sre warrants out for the arrest of these at
the present time,
One de'ierter -V"S ei^trrrd ins*
n-epk. tried on br-arrt the Rslnhnw and
given ;i ti--Hi ( f flO riiys' 'mnrtson-
ni"' n-VeH be is n-oving nt the pro-
vfncl.-*! 9*TI tn Eli'.lslde avenue.
THE
Queensborough
REALTY CO.
LARGEST LIST OF
WATERFRONTAGE
ACREAGE and TOTS
TUESDAY
SPECIAL
Just arrived, Sardines; those dandy Troidec brand, at the
special price of - - " ? ^or ^c
Tomatoes; fresh from the hot house; selling today at the
ridiculous price of 15c per lb., or,"per basket - 60c
Plums; No. 1; at $1.75 per crate, or, per basket - 50c
Grapefruit - - - 4 for 25c
3-lb. Tins Tomatoes       - - "       2 f or 25c
Honey; fresh strained; worth 25c.   Today -        15c
16 oz. packages Raisins - "."        9 ^or 2^c
EXTRA SPECIAL���3 cans No. 1 Evap. Milk for   -   25c
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
40-50 Olives; the largest grown, today only, pint - 30c
Dills; large size; special today, per dozen - - 20c
Eeinz Sweet Mixed, special today, per pint - 15c
New Roquefort, Stilton and Limburger Cheese just in.
WATCH FOR PRESERVING PEACH1S
The Public Supply Stores
U: L. ADAMS.
^^^^m   CASH GROCERS
33 Sth Sireet      "IHE WHITt FRONT'
s. k. nniniis,
Phone 2 TUISDAY, AUGU4T 6, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY HEWS
MOOSE WERE AHEAD
AS DARKNESS FELL
Will
Committee   of    Baseball    Men
Bring Star Teams to Play In
City.
Darkness prevented the completion
of the baseball game last evening
when the All-Stars stacked bats
.against the Moose aggregation. In
t..e fourth Inning the herd was leading by 7 to 3.
- The two teams wlll meet again on
Wednesday evening when Manager
McDonald will unearth a new flnd in
the shape of O'Connell. Ue is said to
De some stuff in the twirling line.
A meeting) was held last eVenlng of
different members of the city league
tii lormulate plans whereby the local
nine will meet the crack nines of the
surrounding country.
' A committee was appointed consisting of Messrs. McDonald, Ryall,
Oraham, Maiden and Chockley, who
will look after thc interests of baseball In the city during the next six
weeks and they have already taken
steps to bring the best teams operating In Vancouver and alao acros9 the
border to this city.
WILL  RUN  OFF TIES.
Y. M. C. A. Sprinters Will Settle Up
Tomorrow   Evening.
Owing to the undecided ending of
the events in the recent V. M. 0. A.
track meet, the officials will have the
finals run off on Wednesday evening
at Queens park.
Sangster aud Hoult. according to
the timekeepers, were both ties for
first place, although both speeders
run in separate events. Thus to remove doubts that are being cast
around over the superiority of either
one cf the two runners Wednesday
night will settle the matter.
Trapp and McDonald are tied for
third place la tha,8580 yard dash, while
Sangster and Horn will compete in
tiie 440 ; anl race. Chief Interest is
centred in the event between Sangster and Hoult, and opinion Is evenly
divided between the two sprinters.
embalmed reporter take a whack at
the old typewriter and declare that It
was "fast" this or "fast" that. He
makes the point that the very nature
of a lot of games and competitions
makes them fast, and that the good
old English word Is being whipped to
tatters in tbe publicity breezes.
All of this stirs the Dutch Uncle of
the Minneapolis Journal to unload his
mind about another set word of the
"amateurs."
It has come to such a pass that a
team whose skirts proclaim the virtues of some baker cannot hoof lt two
blocks down the street to play another team whose title is gleaned
from the letterheads or other stationery of a livery stable without having
lt chronicled In the prints that the
"Salt Risers traveled to a vacant lot
back of the glue works Sunday and
defeated the Horse Files by a score of
64-36." Along about the middle ofthe
week it Is proclaimed that the "Salt
Risers" will travel Sunday to the vacant lot back of the glue works to
play the fast Horse Files," and a
week later they horn In wth the statement that the "Fast Salt Risers," hav-
llng traveled to the vacant lot back
of the glue works, where they defeated the fast Horse Files, wlll again
travel Sunday to the Cedar Lake
Flats, where they wlll meet the faBt
Neversweats for the championship of
the gashouse district, etc., etc.
"Fast" Is unquestionably needing a
long, long rest; but let It not go Into the realms of -silence unattended.
"Travel" should go right along with
it���hog-tled���to prevent any chance of
mistake.
They may "travel" ln Minneapolis,
but in Seattle thev "Journey." ��� Por
tus Baxter in Seattle P.-I.
J.)..
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731   COLUMBIA    STREET
KING SENDS MONEY
TO DOCK STRIKERS
Trouble   Practically   Over,   But   Many
Workmen  Find Former  Places
Filled Up.
London, Aug. 5.���During the course
of tHe dock strike the king studiously
avoided any connection with the trouble and cancelled hls   long   promised
visit to the East Eud to turn the first
spadeful of earth In the new dock on
.���ecount   of   threatened   antagonistic
demonstration   of   the   strikers,   who
said they would decorate the line  of
the parade v/ith crepe.
Now that the strike   Is   over, how-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ evr, tbe king today sent a check for
Everything Pointi to Them Coming to ! *2500 f��r th�� reIlef of the sufferers in
Coast After  Minto Cup. dock land, and   the   queen   added   a
By defeating the Nationals yester-1 check for $500. The troubles and suf-
d-iy afternoon by five goals to two at brings of the strikers and their fami-
Toronto, the Torontos made their lios are far from ended, as many are
claim for first place ln the Big Four ] ���"'" out of work and have n0 immed-
morc secure, and everything points to late prospect of employment. When
them making the trip to the coast ln ',hp strike was    called  off the    men
TOSONTOS BEAT NATIONALS
PARLIAMENT MAY
MOVE FROM OTTAWA
<juest of the Minto cup.
Many M. P's Fear Results of Living
In Typhoid  Area���Toronto
or Winnipeg.
Ottava, Ont., Aug. 5.���The Ottawa
Journal declares tbat a movement is
on foot among a number of influenzal I
members to ask the government to'
hold pirljament in some other city
than Ottawa this winter, owing to the
typhoid epidemic. Toronto or Winnipeg ia suggested.
The Journal says that a "round
robin" Is being circulated at the present tlmo. li. quotes a member of the
house, without giving his name, as
follows;
"A number of members have been
in communication with each other
and lt has been practically decided
that in the event of the present epidemic being unchecked, we wlll, when
parliament opens here this fall, move
Its adjournment and agitate for a session in some other city, perhaps Toronto or Winnipeg, where we will
have protection from this foul disease.
"The citizens cf this city cannot
and do not expect us to come here
where by sheer incompetency or gross
apathy of the civic authorities there
is no pure water to drink and the
helath and even lives of our families
are endangered."
"But do you think that it would be
impracticable and well-nigh impossible to transfer the work of parliament
to another city at such short notice?"
was asked.
"We realize the difficulties and obstacles which would be encountered,
but the Bcheme Is not an Impossible
one, while on the other hand it is
quite justifiable and should this epidemic which you have here now,
continue to grow at its present rate,
we will have to move," wa�� the reply.
"Our wives and our children obiect
to our coming to a city which i3 a
menace to our health.
"lf Ottawa desires to continue as
the national capital, snrelv the least
IF YOU WISH TO SELL AN��(!i
Agreement of Sale
for Good Security, It will Pay You to get Our Rates
REASONABLE TERMS.   NO DELAY
.  ��nifD0
THE
. i;i.  ,
WESTMINSTER TRUST
& SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, LTD:
J. J. JONE8, Managing Director.        .,    ,   ,
Head Office:  28 Lorne Street, New Westminster.
FOR CHOICE"
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
-    GOTO
LAMB
MUTTON
nli-sit-
i'i*,
��� i
I    -.   i
' iiiiii
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
I tho,!8hAlt_?le*n_LiPlLue(Li.?'e .retyEn _l2,l it should do or Is Rented to do is to
WATERFRONT LOTS
WILL BE AFFECTED
(Continued from page one)
Now that the Salmon Bellies havo 1 wort tor. *U striker*,   gux , fouijd^oi
place. To provide against a contingency cf this nature, he said, lt
would be necessary to construct a
box drain on Eighth avenue.
!iAclln��   Mayor   Ore*   rwmaVlced   Vhat
it' wduld be more to ttie paint tt resident* were given more -water tor tlnetr
���_���, in,,Mrt ���f making drain* tn d<��-
la*nB ,u��teaa ot making drains to d.a-
about cinched their hold on the    old'-allying at the "docks that mori 	
sltvcrwar* onoe mora, tbe tattle*, bn-.A*'*   ***>  Place*  were  tilled   by  non- j COunjyy
tween them and the team under R. J. | unionist*.
Fleming should be worthy of attract-
>." lattard..**. tar jm  po**H>\e.
anlof ite employee*,-      ~" '  ~
spending
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
We are making some special prices good ror 30 days to Builders
and Contractors in New VVegt minster. If yoa have not received our
list write or rhone and we will see that you get one. It will be to
your advantage.
OUR TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 890.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
huge
Ins l��:;mper crowds. Of course this
is assuming that no accidents will
happen to ellher team during the re
iua'nd'ir of the league Raines.
Kiotn all reports Hilly Fitzgerald.
Ruck Marshall and Dave (ilbbons are
all playing a stellar game wltb the
<Jueen City twelve, and In the event] obliged to submit
if the teams getting together some ' either on the part
time In October, it wlll be a picnic to
witness the battle between Johnny
tioward and  KlUgerald.
Howard's work this season tn hold-
lug I.alonde has been ;; feature, and
local fans figure out the dope that no
home plaver in the game today can
get past. Johnny to any extent.
GEORGIA   PEACH.
His
La-
Future Figure Wlll Make
' londe's Look Foolish.
Detroit. Aug. 5.���Oosslp among the
Detroit Tigers ls to the effect that Ty
Cobb, whose three-year contract for
$27,000 expires this year, will demand
renewal at $45,000 for the next three
years. Cobb is mum on the subject
-for publication, but he has casually
told some of his teammates that he
expects to be well paid for' hts work
in the future. The deorgla Peach ts
one of the biggest attractions In baseball, pid lt Is generelly believed that
he will get the top salary for a player.
oughly disintegrated notices were
���M-bl'^lv r^ted bv the employer* saying that the resumption of work un-
d��r the conditions nrevailing before
the strike meant all former conditions
e-cept the preference of union labor.
Thoroughly beatPn the workers were
to this deception
of the leaders or
t'ie employers. The onlv result of the
strike, therefore is that the men
have lost an Important point gained
In Tovlslon for this.
King Oeorae. v-v��o I* i'"dert*kln* to
aee for himself the rnid'tton* of the
ff'fa rt hts reotdn. end v-ho 'ecentlv
visited a coaf mine in Yorkshire, now
"lsno a v'slt to the cot'nn m'^ufac-
ttirinsj centre* In i.nr'cishlre, T^e ef-
fleinl statement of t*��e nrnpOsed trio
nevt vear says It will Include an im-
r-"n��'mi of the cotton m'Us, coal
mines and engine works. -
woonee. Otttee 1* arnat 1*. WsWKa__\\M
being undone by c'vic mal-ad���tnlstra>
tlon which is advert'"'"^ this c'tv1
from Vancouver to Halifax as a pest
hole of disease."   ��
U,
Many
S. NATIONAL   REGATTA.
Com-
Canaril.-n   Oaramen Will
pete in Fortieth Event.
New York, Aug. 5.���Twenty-two
row-in? clubs of the United States and
Canada will compete In the fortieth
annual regatta of the National Association of Amateur Oarsmen on Peoria Lake at Peoria, 111., next Fridav
and Saturday, according to the official
list cf entries announced by Secretary
Fortmeyer here tonight.
Bight eastern clubs will send representatives In the small boat events.
but the entry list shows no Bight-
eared crew entered ln the finals from
the East this year.
The St. Louts Club with seventeen
entries, among them the Winnipeg
Rowing club, with entries ln eight of
the t-velve events, figure most prominently In the lllneup. The championship s'ngles scull event will be between R. B. Butler of the Argonauts
Rowing Club of Toronto, and F. H.
Shepard of the Harlem Rowing Club,
New Tork. The entry of C. 8. Tttus,
who won the championship in 1906
nnd who planned to show that he
could "come back" was erased from
the list at tho last moment, because
lt Ib understood Titus has suffered an
Injury to his hand.
PUBLICITY   PIFFLE.
The 6ast "Travel*"���the Weet "Jouf-
r*vt"���High-Class Baseball.
A JlbeBter of the New York Sun ls
'-'���r-iin over the too frequent use of
"fast"   in connection  with   sporting
event*.   He points out that   lt Ib lm-
-ponVhle to pull off a baseball  game,
snake race, tennis joust, golf debauch.
or  any  other   form   of competitive
sport without having some cigarette-
Shlpolnn Movement*.
The steamer British Ehnnir" rteam-
ed vift the river yesterdsv and '�� now
load'ng sawdus*  for coast canneries
at the Fraser Mills.
SAM LANGFORD W'N9
IN BOUT WITH McVEY
Rvijnpv, A"*. �����.���Snm T Ri��*frr$.    r'
Vl-��~rvvth.   W.   S .  -n��   II   t ��� e��tv r^-'id
fl��M herp irmt ntghl. from S-"-i M<-V��v
Of Pil'forH"' r*** mints. "***** n*>M��*i
v-i-ni the full distance, Neither scored i knock down, bi't t>* the end Mc-
Vev h��d rece'vod the r""n*er p-'n'oh.
ment. Lan��rfor<1'R wr*"',f",,t�� "- -*-*t***i
was so mi"!��Ho ��hst tb" f**ft*rt*r'a *n-
eiglov, jj, his favor was loudly cheered
bv the crowd.
Tn the tenth ro""d McVo�� t-^h in
distress, but his skill enphl<-ri him to
avoid a knockout. The bettln? w��s
5 to 2 on Langford.
women among the
CANNERY  MEN  I OOK
FOR  RECORD  RUN  SOON
. Thu ral run of the salmon season
Is expected to strike the river within
the next two days, following the newi
received from the Sound cities that
enormous   catches   are   being   made
thta-e.
liecen* reports from 'the different
canneries along 'the coast and up th*
-er  show  that the caliches are  ln-
���-'ng   In   size  every  day  and  the
tu-.gu. of tin  season ls expected thi*
week. a
Yesterday's report fr&m the B. C.
Canners' itsaocttttlon shows a decided
Increase ln *b i catches, although Sat'
nr.iiy ts .ilv,ays au Off Iday following
a week's Ashing in the river and out
In Lhti gulf. It is expected that the
returns c' yesterday'* fishing will
show up tbe best ot the season. The
following are the figure* given out In
the seventeenth daily report of yesterday:
Bellingham, 60,000 sockeyes and S00
cohoes; Anacortes, 17.000 sockeyes
and 5jV> cohoes; Terra Nova, 6000
sockeyes; Imperial, 10.000 sockeyes^
Scottish Canadian, 2500 sockeyes;
Kwcn's, I i'.H' sockeyes; St. Mungo,
1000 sockuyeV; Brunswick, 1400 sock?
eyes;  Great West, 4000 soctteyes.    I
There "ere many^
spectators.
A Mlnlatur* stand.
Out or tbe prettiest wardrobe stand*
ever homemade for a baby whs evolved from a tiookrurk of natural iwm-
boo fitted with imxe* whose itiver*
were altered Into Ild* wbich work a*
ribbon binge*. The cardboard reee|��-
tacleo for Xhe* three lower Ntielves were
covered at sides and top with strips nf
White crash worked with ii tlorm de
slim dnn�� In, pal* sreeti crewels nud
Inside were padded with saeliet sceut
ed white rut ton butting, overlaid with
tine white linen t'hewe three l*txe��
accommodate frock*, *llp* and |iettl
coat*, respectively.
pose cf the surplus.
Alderman Curtis said that thiB overflow was a very uncommon incident
and it was advisable to be conserva
tive always of the water supply.
The .water committee was instructed to consider the matter.
Applications and By-law*.
The British Canadian Lumber company wrote enclosing a plan of the
proposed B. C. K. R. spur track to its
mill now under cour.se of erection oa
Lulu island. Thl* was approved subject to the scrutiny of tha������lneer.
The matter of lettering .to be placed
oh -the new ambulance and police
patrol was left In the hands of the
police committee.
Local Improvement by-laws far the
VariouB paving works in wfogress In
the olty totalling in all; ibout $165,-
000 were passed in the final readings.
'The application of the, Vancouver
Rubber company to purjp^se some
old hose at present In use In the Sapperton flre hall was refert-ed to -the
fire and light committee.
Gas Company'* Netlce.
.Mr. James Cunningham. Af tb*
Westminster Gas company, ' gave
qottce of his intention to tear up
Tenth street for the purpose of laying a ga* main to supply' Messra
Smith and  Whitaker,  contractors.
With Mayor Lee. amd Aldermen
Lynch and White absent ihe council
was just able to convene'the necessary quorum.
Gilley Bros. UPT
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88EO BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK. ,   traswjad
Wh*n MaKlng Quilt*.
It to an Impossibility to suci-essfilltj
wssh  quilts   without   uurliig  the  ciitt   ���,.
Ion filling become mntted nnd In in n?.    I   *
If tb* cotton bnttlne l* covered with
cheesecloth and tied  hefore the timii
covering Is knotted  over tb*,��rtjfltit
tbe latter may o* removed at any time
nnd washed,
Afterward It may he replaced so*
knotted, maklnu UM quilt .perfevtlf
n��w aguln.      <s    ,
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, P. C*
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMr CR POR  HOUSE BUIU&ING
A spi dally large stock of Laths, Shingles and
N j. 2 Com^of Beards and Dimension.
1    ���      : ��������� 1���i���r-���'���������nn? . r: ' "
Now �� the time to build fo resale or rent while price* ��re low
i liBirll an i ���    	
Trt*��U.��Bi4,3,'Kln5hell, the, Irish, /^rtstoofats,, at Royal Theatre^ today.
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/ PAGE SIX.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, AUGUST C, 1012.
I
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
An;vai:
10:60���Vancouver
11:45���Burnaby Lake
couver via B
Closing
vl* Q.  N. R.
 ;...23:00
Van-
R... 7:4b
anl
C. E.
1:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:1 f.
U:0(^���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:0C
i8:0O���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).2-/:3(
10:3j���narnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Munday, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria "via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).11.IF
10: B0���Victoria via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11 :lf
11:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday   and
Priday)        14:00
18:0(1���Edmonds     'dally    except
Sundaj)  1��:00
16:1ft���Orescent, WMtt Hoih and
Blaine idaily except
Sunday) "... 9:4t
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper Suma*.
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. idaily except Sunday) .. v	
16:15���Hall's Pralrle, "'ern Ktdge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday    9:4'
U:lf��� T'nlted States via Q  N. It.
'dull*  ercem   P'iTirisy)..1��-0'
9:26���All points east and .En-
rone   idaily)    "
82:10���All joints eaBt and EiT
rope idaily)  ......
9:26���Sapperton and Fraaer
Mills dally excel t
Sunda?)  	
19:30���Sain erton nnd Fraser
Milts idaily e.\ce;-t
Sunday).   	
.���n-.th
tt*
The Picture
Played  Fair" After
All.
By CLARISSA MACKIE
i:4f
,14:11
.14:1
<J:?fi���Coquit am  (daily    except
Sund.iy i  	
j2:ou���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds idaily except
Sunday*        tt.ll
10:00���Ladner. Pon Guichon,
Westbum Island. Bun
Villa   H:3l
l.t 00���East Buinaby (dally except Sunday)    13:00
40:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday i    13:3(
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday) .14:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    l-*:30
16:'ty���Vancouver,   Piper's ��� Sid-
Jii*     via     O.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
il.SO���Cloverdale and Port Kiella
vis   n.   N-   H.    idaily   except   Sunday* ..14:OC
1-.V���Unite* 8'utes via O  N. K.
idaily except Sunday)     H 46
1V.20���Clayton .Tuesday, Thurs-
*i.i>. rnoa) and sui-
day       14:00
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner. Mt.
I.etunaa, , ideryrov*, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
(.'cntre.Cknerdale.Lang- -
ley Prairie, Miurayville,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sa'-
dis. Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
ne:-, liellerose, via B.
i.'. K. K. idaily except
Sunday) 0:00
11:20���Abbotsford,    Huntingdon,
via   II  C.   F..   K.   (daily
except Sunfiay)    17:3'-
20:40���Cloverdale   ua   B.C.E.R.
i dally excopl  Sunday 1.17:3t
2:00���Fiaser   Arm     and     Alta
Vista    23:00
11:20���Kand. Maluba Hill via
B. C. E. K. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday         9:00
2):40- -Chilliwack via B. C. E, R.
dal'.y except   Sunday).17:3(.
Itulph Kvans lifted tbe drapery from
(tie easel uud gazed long und earnestly
at tbe picture. There wus ii littler
smile on ills (hln Ups as he hummed
a little tune under hi* breath.
It was nu excellent port ru it of Justin Moore-a s|>eilkluy llkeiie.su, oni*
might suy. of lhe a mat *t closest friend
.lustin wiih h.-iiidsoiiie, wiili * beauty
ol feature thui barely es<a|��ed effem
Inucy, but lhe month uu* Ktrititic
enough to lustify llie peiieti-aUnu gray
eyes, the llnble lorelieud witb its sweep
ef dark ban mid lbe resolute chin.
The pity  of  ii   was  1 tin I  tbe  demit.*
��� lid nmciiellsiii ol  ttie tare were milder
lorevel        Jurat 111     Misiie    had    dli-il    II
yenr ut:o. mid tie. iHiriruit. vuiiiuieinni
wtien   he   was   vlgurooii   witli   beallli
Iind  |usi  been completed.
Alicia     Moore.     Justin'*     beautiful
young w idow, was cumins; to view It
lor the tirst time     During Hie period
������f tier deep grief nt the midden loss of
liei  husband Justin's friend had stood
sj ner righl hand throughout the dark
days       ll    wns    Evans   who   hild   ill
tended to Hll the tltirasslng details coll
uecleil with lhe sud event   -11  was lie
who  had   lieen   mimed  as executor  ul
the  will  uud   who hud settled  l.'.e al
fairs of  his dead  friend   with  infinite
��� net and sympathy.
And   Alii'in,   who  hnd  no near rela
lives In llie world fo share her mourn
III}!, had turned to - her husbands
frietld with a pitiful yeiiriiiuu tor si in
palh.v and ninlcixiindiiig in her sor
row To lilllph Kvans she spoke flee
i.v of .lustiii and nave llllll, ul nisi
shyly and then without restrain! Ue��
full i-otitideriie.
In lhe lirst xflite o* sorrow the por
trull iiuil I ice 11 thrust aside, tint ot lab-
Alicia had veiimed for lhe picture
.-nut lor her s.-ike Itulph hud pumice
feverishly to complete it Now ti win
lintslieil. and Alice was eimtlng ti
I lew   it
A* lie stood there. Ills line eye"
merlin;. I Hose ol the portrait with n
cerium  defiance,   lie   was   lliiukiuu   m
All, I.i    .lloole       He   collld   see   llel      IliM
iiu'l   slender.   Ill   tier   black   draperies
Wii'en.i    Inning   the   well   Ktmtvn   (,���.���,
noes   nl    ner    beloved.    ehoKllia    u.ol-
ie,irs nt L-rti'l hi   Hit*  tilllltllui   mum,,  ll.
th- L-rny e.iew ntltt tti*. iriniiiriji it,rvH~
���t   liistm s genial luoiiin.
A hung ot nt-oti) sirm-k iii <i,.,.|> line llliMIUllI ot these things AUetM w��l,
Voting Mild  liettutltiil.  mid  lie  luul  unei
Moore, hut deprived of Its nobility nnd j Th, p^tUm of Faroe.
strength umi  -iveel  gewi|lll>      U ��'��*]     Whether th* him.  iota,  cl  ei.ercv  In
the ponrall of  Instil. Moore with every i ex,���,,.���,.,. ������ incensing ol de.ceasli.K la
weak poinl eiuidiiisized
l-nie Mini evening i:al|ih Evans sent
Hie porirall up to lhe Nillulsolne house
wbere Justin .Moore t, widow dwelt
A week Intel he received �� note tr��m
Alicia     "Collie nud dllle with uie." she
wrote.   "Bring your violin and we will
bave some music."
He went
Alicia, pule nnd quiet with unutterable sadness in her beautiful eyes,
.made lilm welcome in the library His
quick glance noted thut Justin's picture hung over tbe inaniet and Alicia's
i hah hud boen wheeled In front ot it.
"You sre not looking so welt," be remarked gravely.
"1 have lieen low spirited." she confessed.
Evans wtuceit   A familiar saying of
Justin   Moore's   recurred   to   him   with
startling   suddenness,   "A    mint    wIM,
can't play fnlt Iwtlef keep out ol tlM-f Vl* r"V
game."
Had he plnved r.-tlr?
Her    hand   clinched    Upon    the.   Intile
until Hie Knuckles show isl   while.
"ton like lhe port ral IY" he asked do-
lllienilelv
At tlrst she hushed, nnd then ner
face wenl |>nle When she S|toke it
was In a cold, hind lone Hint whs no-
like any utterance that be Iind ever
beard from her gentle lips
"l��ld you ever consider lhe difference
between a dung face nml Us plctuie,I
presentment} The first shows sucn
varying eipressloiiM thui tlie rent char-
scter of Hie lace escapes one In i
faithful likeness." ahe Undented Hm
���me over Ihe mantel, -'dally assoclutmii
with Ihe immutable expression nt Hid
painted features awakens one to llm
real character of   lhe   tbe person "
She  iiuused   breal lilesslv   nml   nsikeil
al him with wide, anguished eyes
'What   tin   you   menu,   AbcliiV   he
asked, with drv lips, but he knew
She   iMiinled   lo   tlle   |Hirtrnil   ut   het .
hiisbanil.    "There, ttoere.'    I  though'  I '
knew  mr nusbniul      I   believed  Justin I
was good und noble.    '|  loved  fits- tu��� *���
lor   us   strength   and   klniliiess    and
now-nnd   now"-    ��She   pressed    hei
hands In her overflowing eyes.
"And iiowV" prompted  Itulph wltl. n
strange llsllessncHS In hls tone
"Since It has been hung here It loo!:? I
like the face of n villain:    Itut It is iiih
picture of  ihe  husband  thai   |   lovcl !
nml still-It Is not the picture of what i
I   believed  bun   to  he.    ('nn I  you  uie j
derstand?     If-Justin   wns  really   |lk��
that  I shnll hate  hts memory."    Sim
leaned agalnsl lhe tall back or a chilli
uud looked at hlm with Wet. cjuestloU- i
ing eyes
Ifillph  Evans  hesitated      lie gl.-nned
from ihe sinister portrait ori  lhe wmii
lbe  anguished   countenance  nl   Hi
unknown Man may cause energy to
change from one mode or form tu mini her. but there Is no annihilation nor
increase. Energy may tie created or
destroyed by ihe Creilloi and the fnct
escape detection in Hits colossal universe, which has not. by nny means,
been fully explored
Tlie entire problem of force, or energy. Is being studied In laboratories
wilh renewed activity and with lbe aid
ot instruments ol ever increasing accuracy. Space may imld wonders vet
undetected, thus energy lu a form not
nt pre��ni known may reside there.
A number oi rer.ml experiments hare
revealed ellecis that nre inexplicable
hv am   laws Known to science.    These
a *
researches   weie   made   III   light      The
results of sl miles llnw being made are
BWHlled with great Interest. A new
electronic theory ot llghl may be formulated thut. in. light may ne rndl-
s ol. eau-.-ssiveiv uiltiuie bodies
at ii-a.-l UMi limes iess than ihe tiy-
Irogee stout ��� New Vork American.
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
Two Versions.
Mlss June Harlow s nrsf contribution
tn iiierniuie wus some verses Hud she
sent to lhe lornhlll Magazine while
<tlll in ber teens She uwalled Ihe
editors reply with girlish eagegiess.
When It cnine It wns a shock:
"I nnve no use for your silly verses."
Sbe wns. naturally, mortified nnd
hurt A' plain rejection would nave
been bnd enough. One worded so
scornfully was sheer, unnecessary cruelty She endured her misery in solitude for awhile-her family knew nothing of ber literary venture hut ner
feelings became ton much tor Oer. She
confessed and demanded sympathy.
Hut when she showed the lettei the
sprawling editorial hieroglyphics, read
with more ciiimn-ss and wilh Ihe
whole family to interpret, took on a
oirpristngiv different significance lie
had written:
"I uo|ie ro use miir pretty verses."���
V until * Companion.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Specilicationa,   aKiecroeuts  o.'   sale,
deeds,  hubiner.s  leueis, etc;   circular
work specialist.   All work strictly cou- j
tldeutial.      M. Broten, Room  6, Mer i
chant  Bank Bldg.    Phone 716.
FRATERNAL.
LUVAL  OHDER    OP    MOOSE,  NO |
854���Meets In K. of P. Hull, Eighth i
and   Agnes     stieeis,     second   und!
fourth   Wednesday s,  at    8  o clock. ,
Club rooms    over    Sinclair's  Shoe '
Store, Columbia stieet.    Visiting P.
A. P.'s welcome.    P. C. Cook, Dictator;   J.  J.   Randolph,   Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie, Secretary.
L O. 0. P. AMITY LODGE NO. 17-
The regular meeting of Amity lodgt
No. 27.1. O. O. P., Is held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Pel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon anc-
Eighth street. Visiting brother'
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
0.; R, A. Merritbew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid   up $6,200,000
Reserve ...7.200,000
Tbe Bnnk has over 200
branches, extending ln Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic
ln Cuba throughout the Island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas
Barbados, Jamaica. Tilnldud,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cltlea ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Weatminater Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pai<l-Up)   . j .$15,413,000.00
 ���15,000,000.00
RE8ERVE
Trousers.
A recently published work on the
���mcini conditions of the Inst century
reminds us ihai trousers were Invented lit (lie I Mike of Wellington, who
was called upon to pay a heavy price
(or his temerity Men. we sre lold.
,ashed themselves into fury nt a garment that reduced all legs to n common level l'he giaduiltes of the Hill-
rerslties were refused admission to
tilling hall and cba|>el with lhe detested trousers, while iDe Iron Duke hitn-
seil ��-ii> excluded trom AllliHck'S when
ii.- presented himself wearing his \��*t
inomiiuilions Hut tlle i-iuiipieror of
Napoleon  was not to be resisted in his
ro
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,   Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address :
BDX 193, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
S^le agent fjr
Hire's Root  Beer
Mineral Waters,    Aerated V/ateri
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B. C.
Telephone  R   113   Ofllce:   Princes* St
Wmstm\n%i��ir
Transfer Co.
Office Pbone 189.   < Barn Phona 137
B��(jble Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Lig'it mi Heavy Hauling
utrjurK.-rrjiM OfrPOT
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
hei Inny nnd hn|ielesslv' Willi Hull
-pe.-iliini: likeness nf hei di'iid lilisli.n-il
ei-el lieture her, Wutllrt she. i-imikI *Ue
fnixei lustiii? ('(nnd he. It.ilph. evei
win Her?
Ills lien rt Hiis-wered ".Vn."
The rtiinr ��t lhe 'studio opened, une
AlH-lii Mnore entered. rrtllltliK snfl
li!;irk dr;i|iert|.s (ivei Iheriius Willi n
.|iili-k iintceflll L-Hstiire she (ussed (ini'li
the i-rnpe veil nnd Khim-ea Ml thr |iH'
Hire.
"Ynil lune liidshed It?" she i|nes
turned eiiuerl.T.
Mil hi ill I nnswertiip Kriins lifted hls
eyes mid flnink In the exii'ilshe Hive
mie��s nt her fnce The snft, |'iir>*
leXltire nt llel tnlr skill, llie (Jeeh lillie
iif lie I dark inshed eyes una lhe rei-
ttiild  eolnrlliS  nl   del   iiincuitli-'-i't   Unl'
��� IllliillH  iietienth Ihe smiilire hend not
eriim
"Ii Is rendy for Inspectlim -1 Ihi|h-
vnu will like It." he wild Inmrselv Hs
s|,e wtllidrevr her Imnd froni his nnd
���urned in (he imi'triiiL
l-iii ii few liioiuentH Blie stood in nip'
sllem-e is-fnre it. Then iwirs'ltTtei^ hei
eyes, mid her cloved bunds weie press
������i| iiirHIHsl  net  tmsnm.
"Uiiu    like   hlm.   Kiilpht    .Yon   hnve
.'Hlltllll nil Ihe strength nnd hnliillly of
expression      This ls*w(indec'tll     1'isir
pnul   .lustiii.'"     The  wins dropped   un
Heeded on  her cheeks.
Itillph slniiinled M desire lo eonitiii"
ner tu lell hei Hint |oy unit hil|5|illies��
vel renin Hied toi her; Hint she wns to.,
vol III Ji lo -pend the yenrs In .tri'ieviiu:
nn une who could not lie rei'iHleil
lie wn** tlen-ely Jenlonit ot AUcIn - tnri
till del lillslmnd Would there llel et
lie it ciinte e tor htm io Iny nl hei tee'
��� us ille mid inve nnd hiipptiiess':
"It l�� Ule uexl tlllllj! lo lieelltl .llislle
ill    Hie    tit'Sh,"    she    IlllimiUI'ed    SI if I J)
'It shnii IlililM ih Ihe llhrury Do yon
KliniV, llHlph. you hare iiuii'e tut vec>
niippy ?"
tfiie uiriieil to hi tn with on i nt ten-hen
miiid und treiiiii.iiiK litis
lhe hiiiids lliat ��-iiii|thl lu-rs irriliflen
ilielil SollielhlhU III Ills iniHiier lil-
- Hence lllld Ule IrltUtl! heri-eiiens ol hl-
-\es   sinitied   her,   mid  she   withdrew
let    hnnils   with   sudden   reserve   I ltd I
��� vniis wus ipink io note.
\i��\ cun send tl io meet imee'/'  Mie
iskcd
���lids Mrternoon It ynu wish     I  wih
���..ud ti  dy Sntteriy.    He win bhiil- hJ
lot vim "
'���'Ihiink you no rourh. .\o one imt
.insiiiis iiichii could hare ciincht these
iiitiuinie expressions." Slie smiled
liriL'iilly nt him through tlie tenrs
After he hnd (iltieed hei In the elevn
it'u unit nnd returned to the studio nnd
iMked ihe door Itulph Kvhiis  wenl to
iin- picture nnd studied It with (I.irk
iiiscriitjihle eyes.
Suddenly he cniiBtit up palette nnd
nriish mid ndded n few deft stroke to
Hie pieiured tnca of .limtln Moore.
I'lieii he stepped hunk and glided deB-
Witty nf the portrtilt.
It   tvtts  siili  tbe portrait ot Justlu
-hi  ureal ei   in-k nf roni|iiertiiu public
1���111111111111111111111111111111111111111^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     *"���  [    UMIIKMI llt*'l^     Wna    (Mlllll'llllim    lltSMlC
vi.ih.b wuiow whom It  was His |tn*t..is.| ���,,   ���������������.-...-   Unit   oo.iime.i.le.1   IhetM
the   se   chIIimI    mild   id'   the    masses.
-m:i
hi
'till
��� ml
hlc-
tune In love,     lie  wns overcome ov   t i
i*Tl*ti\ slin me n I Ins own frniiHEressl.m.   j
He would play tnlr.
"loll lire  llllirllilllT  Reiisitlve.   Mleln.''
he stud L'ently     "Th*! picture Is tmilly
iiiiiij:    .Mnv I come tomorrow nml reo-1
nlv the mniterV
'Viui (hnd; thai Is the trouble? shu
���isked eagerly. "(Hi, I hope It is i-iiiv
that "
������Yon will find that I nm rtetit." ne
<-.i\(S cniittdetitiy "Now pome met link
ivei (he inilili' i liarp hroljuhl Atier
Imiier we wlll hnve eome L'Unpin "
a'.       a "-���*���'      .a a   '''*'������ a
fhe next dav when Itulph i-nl'fd hit
was relieved In Hnd llllll All'-lu >i'is
ml lie whs clad Uiiu he was in li.-ttg
'he lilirarv lo hlinself for u hrief i.ci.uil
i.ftore del return
II was lhe work of a few t'.onieii's
o   nun out ti  small   piilnflltlj   kn   mut
^*M***^^
iielilnil  Um ked  disirs  lo  resliire  .lit
llisires ttier 10 Its ol'lulliul likeness
l'he fine ot the nrtlsl cluitit-ci'   i
.nitilrd      Harsh  lines faded liwm
.oilHI ones ctime Hlioitt Ills eyes
ni nil ll until lie stood hefoie li'.s
ureil   nrHl  reiureiiKled.   reii-.-iiruii' sl.
mure lint Hi V ��� whal  It Iind nlwitv n.eil
ill Iiiiii in Ih* mid  wluti a -tniu-jn-  ,. ||I��
��� ���liter le'llousy lutd linmuhl iltsiill Ids
iietter self
vv hep   Aii'-ta  returned  the  piv-iit
'lllilll I.cl ween lhe windows. A Iti.ilBt
lit: Iflrtlli'e irupeij from het eye-, in Mio
mlliler. lo (lie |nii-iralt mid !>.vk lii
I*'.*, mis.
���Vnll w*ere riuht. |{nl|ill." s!;e cried
.-raielullv     "ll   wt.s in Ihe linn: la' of
he   plctuie.   nml    I    had   >llcli    !, .||,
iiorlilil I cn Is iiliollt pool .ln-< it: I
vvniiitei || ynii know whnt h ;..ent
illlllll  vou have done fot  nie'.''
She held nil hei tiitnd. and this inna
Itulph s cinsp whs cool nnd Inentiiv -
llOltllllU mere     Ills line wiis,Ver\
"I mu very Bind." lie snid ipiieln
WWII ii wit v.
Mam   months  nfterwnrd.   when
palletice Imd  Us reward III  the llll
Alicia   Moore.   ihey'Htood   liefore
pnrt ni II oute more
���f.Miph.' snld Ail'tn aortly. "I think
��� i was very iinselttsh ol mil In pniul
-mil ii wonder!HI likeness of .im-titi
vheti when you"��� Kile PBllneil mid
iiiMied viridiy
"When I lored J-OO?" dtllshed Hfilp!��
rnrneslly. "| wns rempte*. Allclii-
>nd r red-hut I played fall nftei hIL
iitsitii would hnve aald that I pin.-,*!
tnlr "    He ended wlsi fully.
"Kven Justin would lmve ��nld thnt���
nfter   you   changed   tbe   picture."   sha
<aiil t'entiy.
He dropped Ids fare npalnst her
urlKhl min "Vou knew It alt um
nine nn.i  could  forfflre��� and  toler<ita
me?"
She did not repir at onre. She wa(,
hlnklnK Had she Petter tell hlm dl:
mil  wound hliii?    At hist she snld:
"l Knew it ihHt inurnlii�� wheti yot
ehiiiiB it. 'J'be flmt art���cnniiKlDK it-
viis yielding in n femptntloii: Ihe Inm
rentorin�� it-whs nn net ol notilllty.
letir, nnd It wns then I tlrst ix'jfuu u
ove you," no id Alicia teoderir.
md   we lmve  ts-^n  wvarlnu tliem ever
��uice.
Curved Aroi�� of Flvwheal*.
A irreni ii,mn |.eoi)ie lliitiiniie thnt
lhe snns ol hiwlnvis mid pillleva are
curved for lhe suKe ot Pen nlv nml
^riicetui ttppeiiran. ��. Kut this is not
��o. Ill Uie lilHklllU of these- wheels
'hev are cast in sand from luolleu iroo
nonreil in As the urms nre ot les*
lll|i'klie<s nml Isutv thnn lhe heavy
nn mul the hull, ityy liefiln to cool
���IT quicker Hy the time the arms tire
set" llie rim Htni huh nre rtlll enol��
liu    iiiiii   coiitractmi;.   Hjj,d    the   effect
��� it then slirtiikaee is to cnuse n very
isiwertui   pull   on   (he   arms      As   Ihe
atlei Hie solllllj set they tH'iiune se-
ierei\ strained lint II the Hnns urn
���urved the\ Withstand the flllll thnt
turn* on ilnritie s'lriiikiii;^ Hild tUHiiy
<traillhteli mil a little.
A South M-ic��n Name,
lhe hard.i Koei roorliekkers bad a
(lne sense nl |sietrv III niimlHL' pun hm
in Miulli Alrica III the I rniisvnill
'Here Is a place whicli rejoices In the
Hll tne ot VVitiK-hleetiheltlelii'ldeliascti.
'iinieiti "It Is h iiuiiie." says H (Jape
I nun exchaiice, "which s|teaks ol   lel-
��� lire, Hlinse eeutle Invltalloti lo the
thirsty traveler lo rest H little hi Ihe
iironk heneath the cool shade ol Ihe
tree culls up nt once the thouuhi ol a
freed oiisls in a dry and linrreti Hind."
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON. Barrister-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. Ru2 Columbia
street. New Westminster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union, oft.ees.
Rooms 6 and 7 Wilis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barriater-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbii
and McKenzie streeta, ,\ew Meat
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
f. P HAMPTON BOLE. BAHIHSTER
solicitor and notary, c.Pi Columbii
atreet.   Over C. P. K. Tileisrapb.
McQUARRlE. MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Guichon block. New Westminster. George E. Martin. W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barrls
ters and Solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust block, Columbia street, Nen
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside,'' Western Union. P.O
Drawer 200. Telephone fia. W. J
Whiteside. H. L. Kdmonds.
Brunches througoout ^ Canada ��na
Newfoundland, and ln London. England, New Tork, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., aad Mexico City. t\ general
balking bualneas transacted Letters of Credit laauea available witb
correspondents In all parte of tke
eorld.
Savings Bank Djpai-tmeat��� Deposits
ec��lved In sums of fl and upward,
uid Interest alio wai at I per cent, per
vnnum   i present   r��tt).
Total   Asiete  over 1186.000,000 00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manacsr
AUDITOR AnJ ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND AC
countant. P. O. Box 7S4. l'hone 1068.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no bot air to peddle:
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie  StreeL
i    J.  A.   HUHNETT.
* eeoiin'.,n�� Tel
Trapp block.
AUDITOR  AND
II     128. .-.(Kill,
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meet* in Uu
i,u.i,a njiiiii, city ll.ill, us loiio-vh
Third Friday of each month; ��|uur
terly meeting on tlie IJlrd Friday o
February, May, August and Nmem
ber ut s p.m. Anniml meetings oi
the third Friday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or ijuarterlv
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
Ail
work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished  iree.
H. GOSSE,  Manager.
903  Dublin  Street. Phone
984
J. Newsome & Sons
f'ainters, Paperhangers
and' Decorator's
Estimates Ulven.
i'.t  Sixth  Avenue. Phone 567
N��W   WRHTMINSTER B.C.
CANADIAN PACIFtC
RAILWAY CO.
Three through daily trains. Reduced
rates on round trip tic!;ots to Lantern
points, on sale during July ur.J August.   Gocd to return Oct. 31m.
WEEK END TICKETS
.   On sale every  Friday. Saturday
���������no.
IH.I
hit*
.   of
i hi
Tha Unopanad Letter.
"Whin  diws   (,eori;e say   in   hl��  let-
Inr'''
"Hli   ihe ii��iihi lot of nonsen***  un-
Ivlnu   Iiivh.   eternity,  deniiHli   snil   Hll
lhe re-l ol  It"
"U i���;��� i nre von colnc to do hImhiI it?"
"Oh   return ii  unopened, ui)   dear!"
Illilxlltltt'd  IlllH
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. Kth and Columbii
F. 0. GARDINER. A. L.  MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
VRSTMTNSTER  TRUST  BLOCK.
>>hone  661. Box  772
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
'A Bad Outlook.
First Tramp There ain't coin to he
iiH.o ilvltl for our prnfeHMlnn in lhe
future. I'm a feared Serum! IrHiup-
U* a that? Find Tramp 'It'x una
ere civilization I heae cixiklii ii-honia
* lenrhin cirla mv to uav up the cold
n-lttlea - Karbimce.
Death,
l������atb open* the utile of fsme-anrt
'hulf.lh' Klile nl envy nfter it: it un-
iHiaena the eh* It of tbe cnptlre nml
(inte the tmiMistiimi e ihh|( into another
Imn ��� Hnnd -Merii��,
Subscribers
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Or H.  W.
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ictorla   io-
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who do not receive
8 a.m. should
The News before
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and make complaint. Only In this way-
may an efficient   delivery   be   main-
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Second Hand Store
J. G. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and    second   hand
<oik1h of all kinds.   Toole especially.
10 Mcln k'h Street. Phono 1009
Hard Onaa .Toe
Little Willie - W hut's lhe finniP or lhe
'elii-r what calls on yir aieier'' uine
iotuinv-1 don't know yet Clip '-h<i��
nlm oomelbthB ditlereut everj tune ue
���oinei* - KiehiiliKe.
Cloaa and Near. ,     .
I'rninoter : Humeri t    vou    anv    ci.we
friend*   Wno  f����Ve   lliOWl ��    Inveldnr     i
otitis one.-bill ne le too rlone tc tn��> up
l'll'f -Himton  lYaneelipt
M��d!o.-rlty la excellent to the eye* fft
In��llo<:re people.-Joubert
SPECIAL LINE
of Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit hnd workmanship guaranteed. ,   .   .   , *
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New  VV'edunlnster
Brodie, C.P.A.,  Vanoouver
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a. in, and 11  p. m
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Leavee \'Hncntiver
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RUPERT.
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Chilliwack Service
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Wednesday and Friday.
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* BD. GOULET,
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H. W. BRODIE,
Q. P   A.. Vancouver
f��r  Nana
for  Prlno
Points M
Runt,
PRINCE
every Wednes--
Phone R872. 819 Hamilton St
D. McELROY
Chimney 8weeplng,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Ceeepoole. 8ept|0 Tanks. Etc.
Cards and Signs
'PHONE 1123
BROWN Trapp Block '����.��,,.
ly�� IWUP
II ����aillnlj��
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TUE8DAY, AUGU8T 6, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAIL^ NEWS
r+r-rmmn paot seven.
You're Just The Girlie,That I Adore*
Being featured by the two clever Vaudeville favorites
Worda hy TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE.
A.SEYMOUR BROWN.
Music by
NAT D. AYKR,
youCffiWlSir!   Thia   /nan    is   look-ing for a larklflty) III like to    take her in thepark.ft?/r/)Sir!whati {
you.        (��>y)lbeti   give   me just a   lit-tlekiss/ftr/.)I  nev-er . saw the like of thJs.Gft>e)I did-rft      '
ramp
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was that last re-i
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BREAKING THE RULES.
It't lhe Wise Man Who Knv���� When
to  Jump  the  Trcck.
"You trumped my see." >��i 1 th��
engineer sceuainply when tbc chiiic
ivn�� finished and the postmortem.'
Were  on.
"Well, what of itF" triiruUntlv ste;
niB"ded t'.e oracle.   "Didn't we win*''
"Yes, but according to all the rules
of which"���
"Wc didn't break  any nf t   i rajjH
repulstin? what you can am' csn t An.
,W'e  broke  only  one  regulating  what
'you should do.   There's a difference.'
I    "Nevertheless, accordinp to all the
rules  of  the best authorities"���
"According to the rule* ol the hest
I authorities," the oracle declared, "we
! didn't have  the phost of a  show  to
.win that hand.   It was my trumping
your- ace that made is possible���our
���winning.    I  broke the rules, if you
I wish, hut I played fair, and we won.
"In life it's exactly the same as in
cards.   Stick to the rules and you 11
stick in one place.   It's the wise man
���who knows when to break them.    I
don't mean breaking the rules ol fairness and honesty.   I means the rales
set  up by  the so-called  authorities.
I'll bet you when Alexander conquer- ,
ed  the  world  all  the  old  wiseacres
shook their heads and remarked that
he wasn't observing the tUehonrrert
rules 6| warfare.   We know what they
said about Napoleon when he fought
in winter, and we also know how vexed   Braddock's   men   were   with   the
red men who wouldn't stand up ami
be-shot in the open, but insisted on
getting behind trees.
"When you stick by the rules you re
like everybody else and you II never
get you name in the papers. When
you know when to bust the rules you
Win to climb. There never was a-
successful writer or adventurer nr soldier or lawyer whn didn t leave whole
wastes of broken rules behind hun in
his progress. And when the enliven-
tional old wiseacres Rot a new sel
made to Ht the new situation somebody elso came .along and spot.ed
them all over again.
"Suppose you have a job where you
don't need to think. Tradition has
made it a rule that a man in thst
place shouldn't think. Hy and by you
?ise. If you'd stuck to that ru a ynu d
stic't in the nonthinking Job. The
men who do the impossible, the meii
��� who (Jive us light and gas and printing presses and trolley cars and
phonographs and such, like thn is.
are all rule breakers. They broke lie
'rule of precedent, of tnMHton. of
doubt, of Tear. They urnjilcln I be stop-
pad by what others had decided were
imitations They went ahead, and
WSsdidilUtha^thsr
vere seeking to accomplish the rules
went by the board."
A  Oeod Storyteller. ' ���
Lord Coventry is a celebrated story-
teller and recounts the episode of a
SEraaUon which a friend had with
��� Scotsman, who prided hlmsel��P< ��
hia ability as a weather prophet..
'we'Siaun to have rain hyeveny,
twa days, sir." said the prophet. Oh
no "refltod the other. "It my t-.o;
io'days'to, flood the worUi entlwly.
"Aye. mm.   anawewd the. man., oui
' tie" World was no' Sae wee-, crrair.ea as
.1 is now."
Another of his ��tnrie�� Is:   Ravin ion
neaeions   were  proceeding,  when   trom
hn adjoining cathedral the bells bik
nounced the wedding ol a prominent
Unionist. Th) barrister (after listening fnr a time) asked: "What is tits
meaning of all this ringing? and t.ie
reply furnished was: "lt is <"ly '"
honor of two Unionists embracing
Home Rule."
The  Great   Ue  r %*.
It has been known during a long
time that in western VtUtypi man
existed during the glacial ept ch. \\ i
now know that the great ice a.j
consisted of different glacial t:m*i
separated by interglacial times. 1 '
glacial times the snow line drnppe t
3 000 feet or 4.000 feet below its pre ,
ent level in the Alps, whereas in it ���
tergiaciai periods it lay about 1.0 I
feet higher than at present. lhu<
the temperature seems tu have been
higher in the interglacial periods t.iait
it is now. i
Burnt Almonds.
Burnt almonds are a cnnfi-c'.-nn -ei
purely French origin. Owing the;r In-,
ception to the gluttony of a l-rei.oit
merchant. t)ne day. tradition has it.
Marshal Duplasais-l'ralm sent for U����<
sagne. the inventor of miiiy. tooth-
aome dainties, and bade Inm c.uico i
a new bonbon. Lassague searched, r* ���
fleeted, combined, until he tinally I) >
upon tlie confection ot burnt almoin^,
wliich were baptised with Ultf name '
the old gourmet, the French ht bun>i
a.monds. ������	
A Lingering Suspicion
A audden thunderclap sent little*. IVI
ly running Ao IHh father with h sea ml
whimper.    "Dome,   come!"   mild   pa
"Be bra vel   Be a man!"
Aa tbey aat together on the veranda
Billy boldly declared. 'Us men aren t
"frald of nothln'. are na. |m^'
"Why. of course not. sonny!"
"Thunder "n" llghtnln'.   n" buggers
���n' Hue*,  n' tlgrunis. uor notblu'. *���*>���
us, pa?"
������Nothing at all. Rllly. boy"
A pause.   Tl*n Billy looked np ��-ltb
a aly face and said. "Areut ua frald
ot ma neither, pa*"-Judge.
THE SLEEPING PORCH FAD.
Jack and Jin
Bleep out until
Their bed wilh enow all whlta Va.
Poor Jack'e noaa
And ears are frose.
And Jill has caujht bronchitis.
Shivery dlvery dlde!
> i     The family sleep outtlde.
The craae struck dad.
It made us mad
To bave to sleep outside)
Huah-a-by. baby, out In the storm!
What does It matter If baby alp't warm?
When the fad'a over we'll all sleep Innl-.e.
And I hope of exposure my *abe woe t
have died.
Utile Bo-Peep
Has lost her sleep-
The rising moon It wates her.
And tbere she Ilea
With open eyes
Till early sunshine bakes her.
Move out my cot te the next recant lot.
Fer thta "Bleep In tbe open" fad I have
���at
Mite on my lingers aad eocka on my-toes,
But  long  before  morning  I'm  perfectly
1 front
There la a man In our town.
And he la nobody's fool.
All summer be slept out of doors,
Untll It aot quite coot
But when he found hla pillow wet
With snow and hall and rain    ���
He lumped out of hla breexy eet
And Slept Indoors again.
-Harper's Magasina.
Champs Elysees or a princess' lh the
Uue de I'L'uiversite his heart would be
In tola mouth.
���Tbey nay tbat one* at a dinner party   at  Patllard'a   D��wi>,   the  guest   at
honor didn't open his montn from the
marennes vertes to the souffle.
"Finally, when the dessert came on,
the beautiful aud elegant hostess
smiled and said:
" -Come, dear M. Dawb, do say something!'
"Dawb blushed at tbU challenge,
racked hla brain and stammered with
a bashful smile:
" 'Bare you noticed, ladies and gentlemen, that this year's panm tickets
ai-e aU green r "- Washington Star.
Rscriminatiens.
Going to Be Easy With Him.
"YOU must remember, my dear."
said tha aged millionaire, who hnd
married the beautiful young i��<ty ��'
the chorua. "Ibnt mie caul leach an
oid dog new tricks.-
���'All right papa." ahr wniwi *��
shall aotnak you.to jump tiw.��0gh a
hoop, but It will be eus.v eiiouah ror
you to lie down and play inai yuu nre
a dead one."-<'tili-tt��o Ite. ord Herald
Maw Knowa a fem Things.
Vt'lllle-Paw, weie you e��ei out wltb
tbe Indians*
l-uw-Ves. my anh.
Willie-VTeivo t joa scared. pawT
I'uw- No, not ii bit
Wlllla-What would you do If yog
met " lot of IndlHui tonlgbt pawT
Ilnw-He'd buy the drinks. Now go
to bed. Willie.-Clui-iuuutl Kuoutrer.
mr*.
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IN THE
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t��3l
A trial will convince���the most critical that
St Charles Cream is superior to asty other brand on the market easily
surpassing in natural cream flavor, color and richness. St. Charles Cream,
when the proper amount of pure cold water, is added, makes an excellent
drink, especially enjoyed by many people who like to drink milk, but
are unable to digest it fn its ordinary state. St. Charles Cream never
curdles. It is always pure. It is aa good aa the best for any purpose,
bettet than the best for most Its use is economical too. Those who
use St Charles Cream lake tto chances.
���Sold by Hart dreewv Em>erytvh*r��
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY, Ing*raoII. Out.
The Dessert
Problem Solved
He-lf yon hadn't been ao long- dressing we shouldn't hart missed thla
train.
She-An^ tf you hadn't hurried me
so we shouldn't bnve so long to wait
for the next.
Said Semethlng.
Robert Henri, the noted artlat. nana-
ad before a landscape nt tha Philadelphia Academy of Kln'e Arta and said:
"Dawb. who paltted tbla. baa sprang
from humble ciiMimstaueea to greut
wealth and eminence.
"Dawb mnde his flrst aucceaa In Par-
Is. Ue wns diffident and abashed tn
those daya. When ba would flatly out
from hla garret in tba Roa Vaoglrord
to  a  dncbeta'  la  tba  Avenue  da-*
That ever both. ��ome question, "What shall ws hav?
ior (dessert?" has i fai solved by Mooney's Sugar Wafers."
This delightful confection i3 taking the country, by storm.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are now soved in thousands of homes in
place of pastry and cake. At dinner, luncheon or tea���for picnics
or the unexpected guest���with Wries, fruits, ices cr beverages there
is nothing better.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers
The Dcsseii That'Creatcs a Dbsin   For Mort-
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Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in the largest bakery Ja
Canada.   Hundreds of skilled employees���640 windows���3 miles ��xtr      \
floor space.   Here ia this magnificent sunlit sanitary factory, whetts
purity ia nanlmount, we create Canada's most toothsome delicacy.
T.ry * ft p$S today.   You'll be glad you did so.   At your
jfr^Ute&a ii fetff', dust and damp-proof tins, 10 and 25'cents. <
THE MOONEY BISCUIT AND CANDY CO* LtD, Stafford, Canwi
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WESTMINSTER
"t.-itt
DAILY NEWS
TUESDAV, AUGUST 6, 1912.
THE BARNET
M��*.''��
REFRIGERATOR
'M i)   Mi
���-U.il        ���*'*!
Is
Best
Ladner, was ln the
Jl
ta.
You ttinkeep fruit, but-1
ter, milk,' fish, onions,
meat and cheese in it
tog$fc&?yand haye no
m%fiModors-
Sota��artd guaranteed only by
l;iiw��iin
& Lusby
i. MMMPM I
Sate Now On
During July large reductions hi ladles' and men's suits, of best goods
(all thlBBeasoifB), are being ofTered.
This la a chance not had every day.
Call and see them at
TH&xTAILOR
46   Lorne  Street.   New  Westminster.
JfSs
*tOUT
��,r THEY
I GO!
YOU CAN GET BID OF ALJLTHAT
FRET AND WORRY THAT IS EATING youi$ i#��&t out by taking out'a "life AND ACCIDENT
POLIcMf^THE BEST INVESTMENT ftiY MAN CAN MAKE FOR
HIS FA��pS|$ |GAINST THE DAY
OF Trt#UBl,E COME IN AND
TALK lf>#V��R,WITH ME.
'    a l. V.T &���**.".
The telephones of the Westminster
Daily News now are:
Editorial Office 991
Business Office  999
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
Mr. W. A. Duncan, the city clerk,
returned on Sunday after a two weeks
holiday and resumed work yesterday.
Mr. F. J. Hart's home at Deer lake
is approaching completion and wlll be
finished, it is anticipate before the
fall.
Rye bread���like your mother us*.'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281. *"
Mr. D. 8. Williams and Mr. Beverley
Robinson, both of Toronto, were
among the guests at the Russell hotel
yesterday.
. Mr. C. H. Stuart Wade, the publicity
commissioner, left last evening for a
trip up the coast He will return to
the city on Wednesday morning.
I
The Columbia Piano and Music
House, 622 Columbia street, is headquarter!' for Victor Gramaphones and
Records.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. MacCallum :>tA
Gertrude and Howard MacCallum, all
of Seattle, were visitors in the city
yesterday and registered at the Hotel
Russelj.
Rev. 0. B. Anderson, pastor of the
Sapperton Baptist church, who was
taken ill a short time ago, is now at
the Burrard sanitarium ,o.f. Vancouvei
undergoing treatment. ,. v ���:���
iiiuonni     i   '���
A large number of* Westmlnstei
people went over to Q��q*��Uwn Sun-
day to take part in the formal opening of the Coquitlam Baptist church
Rev. Andrew Grieve is the first pastoi
of the new church.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
property, lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., ^521
Columbia street.
Mr. \V. J. Mather, of the Br-i'-kmau
Ker Milling company, and Mr. R. F
Anderson, of the Anderson & i.uVjj
Hardware company, are buildup fin:
residences at Deer lake.
Receipts at the tax collector's office
broke all previous records yesterday
afternoon, nearly $21,000 being received, chiefly from the U. C. E. R. ano
C. P. R- corporations.
The first of a series of monthly
meetings will be held by the Progres
ilve association in the city hall at 8 \
p.m. on Friday, August 9. At this j
meeting thc president^ will report on
he Pition of the executive during the
month. ^LLm. '
H\(rYi grade, medium pvtce    ��n-i b1
grades  ot  ptanoi  un��  player  pianos,
low  ptlcea. eaBy   pay ments at the Co-
��>. J.V.IU. viano and Music House,    522
Mr. D. fycKee,
city yestwbay.
Fee,s .received In the building department during July were $111.10.
Three hundred and twenty-seven
boats passed through the draw at the
Lulu islahd bridge in the month of
July just concluded.
Slight adjustments to the boiler at
the Brunette mill yesterday afternoon
necessitated- closing down the plant
for a few'hours.
���      <".!* ������.'���'
The city (council has granted the
Senior Aniateur Lacrosse , club the
privilege of. usiug Queens park for a
B. Q. le^fue game on Friday evening,
Auguwf 9,..,
Mr. E. ri.'Heaps, of Vancouver, who I
recently purchased the Schaake. Machine .WotUi, which is now known as
the Hdapsf'Engineering company,'*1U
meet the fclty council this morning at
10 o Clock^tflr the purpose of coming
tri a definite arrangement in regard to
the transfer of the industry to a city
owned site on Lulu island.
ing of a road north from the Matheson road through Section 15, Township 8. Received, clerk to reply that
the council caunot see the'r way clear
to open subdivision roads.
Appropriations  were  made   as  follows:    WArJ   1, $1000  on  Grosvenor
read at l*oit Mann;  $250   for  Clover
Valtey road north of Yale road; Ward
2, $150 for building piece of Liverpool j
road to connect with the Yale road; ,
Ward 3, $300 for McLellan roatl. west j
of Boothroyd road; Ward 4, $500  for
Coast Meridian road.
Accounts to the amount cf $7572.94
were passed aud ordered paid'.
Counctl then adjourned to meet
again at 2 p. ra. at the old school
house, Cloverdale, on Saturday, Aug.
17.   ��
WEDDIN3  BELL!
The home of Mr. W. H. West, Edmonds, Burnaby, *as the scene of, a
very pretty wedding yesterday niorn-
ing when his daughter Mlas Barbara
Millicent West, was united in marriage to. Mr. Bert Frederick Cope, of
Cope & Sons, Vancouver. Mlss Millicent Evans, of Westminster, supported the bride, while a brother of the
bride acted as groomsman. After the
conclusion of the wedding ceremony,
by Rev. J. S. Henderson the h/tppy
couple left for    Portland    on    the'.r
honeymoon.
Going Home.
Mr. J. B. Harvey; the assistant city-
clerk, ha3 resigned his position, it being his intention to make a trip to the
old country on the 20th of the present
month. The city aldermen and acting Mayor Gray have tendered Mr.
Harvey an expression of their regret
at his decision to sever connection
with a corporation he has served so
well. -
Swanson's New Line..
New Westminster will s<*n have
a new spotting goods headquarters.
Within the next few days Oscar
Swanson, t{ie popular home play'er of
the senidr amateurs, will open a first
class outfitting establishment in the
Swanson: btock on Begbie street, - between Frpat and Columbia: streets.
His announcement to the public, especially those who incline to things
athletic,,is 'daily expected.
Annandale Supply
Company
SPECIALS
TUESDAY* WEDNESDAY
ftnd THURSDAY
If you are busy telephone us your
order, lt receives the same care and
attention aa if you called at the store.
PHONES 1 and 67.
PRUNES���
Fine bold fruit horn the garden
state of California; nicely stewed
and served with any of our patent
custards, they make an ideal dessert for thiB weather.
3 lbs. for 25c.
MONK & GLASS CUSTARDS and
JELLY POWDER���
A large assortment ranging from
5c up to 15c per package. Demonstrated this week only In our
grocery section.
BAIRD'S PICKLES���
In mixed and piccalilli
20c bottle.   On sale
2 for 25c.
COVE OYSTERS���
Regular 20c cans.   On sale
2 for 25c.
PROPERTY
WANTED
I am open to buy residential lots or business
property in New Westminster. State number
of lot, block, etc., and
lowest price and terms.
FROM   OWNERS  ONLY
BOX NO. 83
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Phone j6a��..; New   Westmlnater
ISO
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-NetV Westminster, B.C.
BBttgj
The Westminster Boy Scout3 hav<
been invited to be on hand at the
grand concert to be held in tho drill
hull by the 104th regiment on Thursday next. As many as possible of the
boys aro expected to turn out.
See TUB WESTMINSTER GARAGE for the best motor delivery truck
in the market today. Our demonstrating truck in use ut the Westminster
brewery. Call for full particulars or
drop us a card. WESTMINSTER
GARAGE. . Phone L 354. ������
A sub post office will be established
in the near.future at the corner of
Sixth avenue and Twelfth street In
tlie west end.   This will be a boon to
SURREY   COUNCIL.
routine    Business���$2200    Appropriations for Road- Work.
The Surrey Municipal  Council  met
at the old school house, Cloverdale, pn
Saturday, Aug. 8, the reeve   and all I
members being present.
Tlfcto .ntlnttes ot the previous,  mfe^t- 1
\ug-v.eri& mil* and confirmed. ���',  I
OonimwnViations    were   received itsj
follow ai | ���*��� at)
From ttye' Campbell River dumber
Co., Ltd.. requesting premission to lay
a water pipe along the road from
Colebroo)j'Station up to the hill. Received And referred to Councillor
Hrown..
From H. D. Worfolk. re the rnenihg
of thf road, along Lot 6 of the E, V& of
the S. W. 34 of Section 14, Twp. 8.
Clerk to reply that council cannot see
their way clear to open, subdivision
roads.
Prom A. P. Currle, reporting collections ��f $2313.08 for July.
From A. T. R. Blackwood, stating
that he Intended improving certain
properties and asking that the assessment be changed from wild land -to
Improved. Received. OlerW to. reolv
tbat council can do nothing after the
Court of Revision sits.
From A'. Cooper, S. Will'ams and M
LOCAL APPLES���   '
Good   cookers.
5 lbs. for
NEW POTATOES���
$1.20.
25c.
THE    INSECTS,    ROACHES,
WATER BUGS,  ANTS,   ETC.
from getting a foothold ln the
house by putting a good Insect
Powder in 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 of all
kinds.
Get your supply today at
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Weetmlneter Trust Block
ANNANDALE
SUPPLY CO.
>. PHONES  1   AND  67.
on the Banjo,  Zither  Banjo,
Mandolin, Mandola,  Mando-
Cello and Guitar.
Above instruments   repaired,   strung
and tuned.    Putting on Banjo Head3
i a specialty.    Auto Harps and Zithers
strung and tuned.
the residents of the district who have j Wilkes, re the removal of ties on the
found the up town post office a great j Dalley Road, which needed rppaM-ini
inconvenience   in  Inclement weather, i before the coming  winter.   R-Pce'ved
Mr. C. A. Welsh
new office.
is in charge of   the
BatJpgfCaps,
Walferwings,
and all Seaside
i /11
Requisites at
fiftTiucSE
FOOT lc,|r?if:nsl "' lla"K "'
New Westminster, a. (.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
proierty; lowest cun ent rate. .National Finance Company, Ltd., 521
Colinnbia street. *���
Only two permItB wijiw issued yesterday at the office of tlie building injector, for a total amount of $2150.
They were: Smith & Whitaker, contractors, reinforced concrete steps
from Columbia street to the level of
the l'l-aser river bridge, $2000, and a
storehouse to the same applicant on
Mclnnls street,  $100.
Mr. Frank A. Jackson, of the firm
of Johnston & JackHon, barristers,
has severed Ills roniiection with the
firm, and v ill shortly depart with liis
wife for a six months tour ef California and the southern states. The
(Inn's business hi Westminster will
hen after be carried on by Mr. Adam
S. Johnston, the senior member.
Not how rheap, but how (rood. Hear
the great CliU-I.ering Bios.' . player-
pianos at the ( olumbla Piano House,
opposite City Hall, Made nnd guaranteed by the only living ("bickerings
Making llanos, truly Hie wonder Qt
the ase, W'e have other piano players
as low as $450 ln price. ������
On Sunday Mr. N. H. McQuarrie
and Mr. J. IJ. Dray, of McQuarrie
Bros., and Dr. Thomas 11, Levey
motored np to Vedder river, on the
t'hilliwuck line for the purpose of
viewing a fruit ranch recently purchased al that place by Mr. McQuarrie. The party returned to thn city
yesterday morning, having traveled
about 125 miles during their f p,
The home of Miss Edith Small, cor-
| nor .Seventh street and Third avenue,
1 will be the scene of a pleasant function on Thursday evening when a
number of her friends will be entertained at a lawn party given in honor
of Miss Ethel Allan, of Berkeley, Call-
fornlai Miss Allan will tako advantage of the occasion to b'd goodbye to
her circle of Westmlnater friend i a-��
It Is her Intention to leave for hemic
at  the beginning uf the week.
and referred to the Road SuY^rvlsojr.
From WRliam Shannon re the open-
tick" J. Lawrence
Leave instruments for tuning or re
pairing at J. H. Todd's Music House,
419 Columbia Street.    Tel. 604.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
dence lots In good locations, and
good Investments at the prices tliey,
oan be bought for now. .Siiit<it)le
tenns can be arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH STREET, 50x132
to lane. Price $775.00; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; one-third cash.
NO. 1233���FIFTH 8JREET, TWO
lots, 50*132 each to lane. Price
$1050 each; one-third cash. /r
NO. 1289��� PRINCESS 8TREET NEAR
Second Street; 48xl?2;  $1,000; one-
third cash.
NO. 1195 ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
near Fourth,Street, two choice lots,
cleared; $1^75.00 cach; one-third
cash. i
NO.  1316���DUBLIN  STREET,  NEAR
���   Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view  lot;   cleared;   50x120  to lane.
Price $1560.; one-third cash.
NO. 1288���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth aveuue, 50xl'32; cleared and
graded; $2,000; one-third cash.
NO. 939���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
street, 50x110; cheapest good lots in
' the clty. Price $500 each; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE    CORNER,    TENTH    AND
I3dinburg Btreet; cleared and ready I
to build on.   Price $3200; ono-third  I
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
tu orchard. Price lor a few days
only, $1,100; one-third cash.
F. | HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident,  Employers' Liability,    Automobile
aud Marine Insurance.
m
im ft.H'
���*
;iV
A general banking business transacted, drafts' and letters of credit
sold payable in all parts of the world. Savings bank department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Weatminater Branch, Cor. Sth and Columbia Streeta
D. D. WILSON, Manager.
Builders
Contractors
Let us figure with you on
your lumber requirements. We
carry a complete stock of lumber, and lumber products at our.
Sapperton yard.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD.
Mills al Vancouver,
TELEPHONE 904.
New Westminster  and
Crescent  Valley,   B.  C.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 0 .p.m., with balr hourly service
until 11 p.m.; last car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���at ti, 7, 7:30, & and 8:20
a.m., regular service thereafter.
tVia Burnaby) at 5:45. fi:4r> nnd 8
a.m., with hourly service until lu p.m.
and late car at 11:20 p.m. Sundays���
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Kburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly servire until 11 p.m.,
Sundays���I'ii st car at 8 a.m., regular
servioe thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points at
9:30 a.m.. 1:2(1 and (1:10 p.m. For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
Reduced rateB nre offered
over the Fraser Vulley line
for week end trips covering
nil points on the division.
Tickets for these special ex-
cuisions are on sale Sat'irday and Sunday, good to return on Monday,
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO
TAKE THIS ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
i
BRinSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
NO BOG LAND.
FINE WATER SUPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE SUBDIVISION
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Haa BATHING, BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
OVER   70  COTTAGES   ALREADY BUILT   IN   THIS   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
oflke on (he property.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TOWN8ITE AGENTS.
CUT GLASS
Before deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of Cut Glass. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00
CHAMBERLIN  Je��E���
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
ELECTRIC
Irons, Cookers
and Heaters
ELECTRICAL   WIRING A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656
63 Sixth Street
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