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VOLUME
NEW  WE3TM1N3TER,  B. C,   FRIDAY  MORNING, AUGUST
23,  1912.
BRITISH VISITORS
INSPECT HARBOR
Brief Speeches on Canada By
Mr. J. A. McDonald and
W.H. Greenwood.
DREADFUL BEGINS
WORK ON ERASER
Most Powerful Tug on Coast Creates
Groat Interest Along the
Waterfront.
THOUSANDS FLOCK
TO PARKER SHOWS
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Representatives  of  City  and   Public
Associations Accompany Party
On  Transfer.
Seeing Is bolhtflng according to a
party or English h^pltalists, who, together with a strong delegation representing the city council, Board of
Trade and Progressive association,
Journeyed down tlte SouYh Arm of
the Kraser yesterday morning, and
inspected the great work which Is being carried out by the Dominion government at the Steveston jetty, looked over a salmon cannery, and, ln
brief, saw for themselves what wonderful prospects this city has before
It  In   the   future. -
Tho trip was made cn the stern-
. wheeler Transfer, which bad beeu
chartered by Mr. E. J. Kader, and at
10.30 In the morning a start was
made from the Brackman-Ker wharf
down   thc   stream.
Looking Over Prospects.
Chief interest of the trip centered
round Mr. J. A. McDonald, of London. England, who has been tourins
the west looking over the vast area
which tn the future will b�� developed, and he will cn his return to England make u report to a largi' financial concern which In contemplating
Investing heavily in Canadian opportunities. With him was Mr. W. H.
Greenwood, a former editor of the
Toronto World, and brother of Mr.
Hamar Greenwood, M. P., who Is ac
coinpanying Mr. McDonald ln bis
tour of the province.
Passing down the river a fine view
of the proposed harbor waa obtained,
and the smalld]? details of the scheme
were explained by Mr. A. O. Powell
the harbor er.Rineer. Rapid progress
waa made to the wharf of tlie Imp��r
lal cannery, whero the whole party
w.s convoyed through the plane, and
all thf details of fish canning were
explained.
Interested In Cannery.
This was the first time such an op-
pt-timity liad come to the visitors
and flMjr appeared to be deeply Impressed with the work carried on in
this industry on tlie Kraser river.
Several ol tbe ladles of the party
even went bo far as to collect souvenirs which tliey will take with them
hack  to the Old Country.
Prom thence a trip was made to
l.adner. wben the party disembarked arrd inspected the chief town of
the Delta. After viewing thc work
on the Steveston Jetty, the boat's
nose was turned around and a landing was made back In thlseclty a,
little after four o'clock.
Co-Operation Needed.
ta the main cabin of the steamer
an Improrootu speechmaking affalT
was carried out with Acting Mayor
Gray In the chair. Mr. McDonald
dwelt upon the resources of the Do-
mi-'ion, ond In a brief address asked
fhe co-operation of the Canadians
with the TSnglish, and the latter wonld
not fall to help to develop tbe country far greater than has ever been
attempted  before. 	
It was a great and prosperons
country, this Canada, he said, and
the only way a person could get a
���proper idea St Its vastness was by
making a personal inspection.
Mr. Greenwood was called on for
a Tew ���words, and spoke In a similar
vein to" Mr. McDonald. Just beiore
docking. % hearty vote of thanta was
proposed by Mr. Robert Jar<Vnev seconded by Mr. John R. Duncan, to
the visitors, which was passed wit*
���musical boners.
Tottay's Program,
This -mnrnlng, Mr. E. J. Fader will
bead Oie party on a visit to P'tt
Lake and the upper reaches of the
Fraser, wh*re the B. 0. Tm"sport
Company bas substantial holding
The eastern Visitors will leave for
Toronto ���amS "Deaden on Friday morn-
lag.
Amon* Onjee of the party were:
Judge Morgan. ��t Toronto; Mlss
Hope Morswn, Miss 0. Morgan, Mr.
snd Mrs. QwomiM. ot Vancouver: Acting Mayer Gray, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Fader: Alderms* A. E. White: Mr.
Jobn R. Dunenn, -president Of the
Board of Trade; Mr. Av O. Powell,
harbor engineer; Mr. J. D. Taylor,
M. P.; Sheriff ArAetreng; Mlss Ashby; Mr. Henry Schaake: Messrs J.
O. IWwobTR. Jardine, M. J. ��"��������*��
B. cTTraves and Kenneth
1 Progressive association.
The Dreadful, the new addition to
the fleet of the Kraser Mills, came
up river yesterday towing the big
hulk Ivy which will probably load
lumber at the mills. She presented
a fine appearance when passing the
waterfront, and many were the onlookers who got a peek at the most
powerful tug on the Pacific coast.
Since being overhauled at Vancouver, following her trip around the
Horn, the new tug has been treated
tc a coat of gray pnlnt, and from a
distance has the appearance of out
of the Dominion fleet. She will tow
the James Johnston, the barkentlue
load'ng lumber for BrUbane, down
river, probably oa the first of the
mouth.
Another powerful seagoing tug
which came up river yesterday was
the Sea Mon, belonging to the Brit
ish Canadian Lumber Company. She
brought a large boom of logs up the
JOHth arm of the river. This Is the
only boat owned b.v tbe company at
(he present time, but. with the start
lng up of the new mill on Lulu Island
it is expected that new additions wll;
be iiiade to the fleet.
Moody   Pari:   Transformed���Wonderful High Diving���?:ores of
interesting Feats.
EROSION ON RIVER
.     BANKS IS SERIOUS
j MANY VLH TRACKS
BEING LAID DOWN
BALKAN PERIL IS
STILL Of GRAVEST
3u!garians    Clamcrlng    For    War-
Troubles  Imminent  in Turkish
Cabinet���Mcntenerrin Unrest
Knight,
Myers,
TWO BIG DEALS.
Farms at Delta and Agassiz Change
Hands���1142.345 Involved.
That land for farming purposes ls
growing more valuable every year
in the Kraser valley Is demonstrated
by the fact that an Bngllsh syndicate
bas put through two big deals thia
week at prices aggregating $142,345.
The Goudy farm at Colebrook In
the1 Delta was sold tor $65,720, the
farm being 213 acrea in area. The
same syndicate also purchased some
585 acres of land near Agassis at
$126 an acre.
F, J. Hart apd ^Company were Interested In both deals.
London, Aug. 22.-The Balkan situ
aticn is still threatening. The Alban
ian difficulty apparently has been set
tied but the Bulgarian populace is
clamoring for war and efforts to procure a settlement with Mont��*egro
have failed, according to reports current in the European capitals, and lt
is believed at Constantinople that
formal peace negotiations are about
to be commenced at Paris between
Italy and Turkey.
Tl'e peace negotiations, however,
ire. likelv to be checked by a new
crisis arising from the collapse ot the
Turkish coal'tion cabinet. Himli
Pasha, the minister of Justice, who
favored a policy, of conciliating the
Young Turks, ha3 resigned and the
difficulty of reconstructing tbe ministry is so great that it is not unllkelv
that K'nmll Pasha, who so strongly
opposes the committee ot union and
nrogress. may find himBelt compelled
to present the resignation of tbc
whole cabinet.
Meanwbilo, according to the Turkish report, not yet confirmed from
it,: nhward today along the Sonora
resigned, supposedly to pave tbe "way
out of a dangerous situation arising!
from tbe frontier lighting at Berana
It is said the Turkish territory ofj
Northern Albania is now completely
cleared of the Montenegrin invaders.
The Turkish ambassador at London wm engage h�� tbe peace negotiations At Paris, according to the correspondent at Constantinople ot the
Dally Chronicle, Who adds, . that
hopes tor the speedy conclusion ot
neace with Italy are Increasing at the'
TnrWah capital
GENERAL   BOOTH.
BMttah Pre** Pays Tribute to a Great
Character.
London,    Aug.    22.���The    London
morning papers pay Oloquent tribute I
of   sympathy to the late   Salvation1
Army leader.     They  regard him as
tlie greatest apoetle ami evangelist of
Uie age, and compare him- with John
Wesley and Martin Luther.
T'.e Times tn an editorial says:
"Thc death cf General Bnoth cToae?
* strong character, one ef the mos*
remarkable our ueo has seen, lt will
iei world meditating on that terved*
ind   forceful    character,   the    keeh
r.KrtiHh as eome would  eay. narrop
intelligence whic* raised him fromja
"Mdtlon of friendless obsenrlty to 1}e
���he bead of an organization yielding
obedience     scarcely   less   complete
than   tbe   Roman   Catholic  Chwrti
yields to tbe pontiff."
Work on Edmonds Hall.
Edmonds. Aug. 22.���According to
Disnay and Tucker, tbe contractors
emploved on the reconstruction of
tbe old municipal ball, the buildings
will be .completed within throe weeks
time. Some delays have occurred,
but it appears certain that the Board
Of Trade, which has been holding Us
meetings ln tbe committee eofl**-,j>f
the new hall, will be able to use tie
old hall bv tbat time, following tlje
sanction ot tbe municipal council, j
Campbell Pleads Guilty.
Harrv Campbell, a .balWMread,was
on Wednesday morning sentenced to
two years ln the penitentiary for receiving money and valuables * while
knowing them to be stolen.
' Campbell, through Ws solicitor,
pleaded guilty ofthe offence and ask'
ed for leniency, but faking into cob*
sideration Campbell's past record, a
two-year sentence was imposed un
him by Magistrate Edmonds.
At last New Westminster bas euuit
Into her own us regards a carnival.
The great Parker Shows opened *an
engagement at Moody Park lasl night
and the thousands who visited that
well known recreation spot were surprised and delighted at the transformation which bad taken place. The
entire park was ablaze with electric
lights, and the music of the various
band*, the cries of the barkers, the
?ay coBtuuius, and the laughter of the
nappy throngs, all went to make up
a scene long to be remembered.
During the afternoon the concert
band of twenty pieces rendered selections ou Columbia street and serenaded the Westminster Daily Newb
office.
Promptly at 7.30 the program ol
free acts was given ou the ground.
This consisted of the four Delnos
tho Intrepid aerial bar performers
the Cheaters' balancing act, the. five
Lu Joey's wonderful bicycle riding
and the Bonomot Arabs, eight in num
ber, who gave a wonderful exhibition
of tumbling and acrobat work. At ten
o'clock Captain Charles Strahl dived
from the top of a 125 foot ladder Into a net fastened about ten feet from
the   ground.
Everyone of the attraction waa
well patronized and on every hand
were heard the most complimentary
remarks as to the nature of the entertainment. The two great feature
attractions, tbe trained wild animal
show where the tiger rides a borse
tnd where other wild animals are
shown responding to orders, and
Kempf's Model City drew turnaway
Buses all evening.
I.eota alio entertained capacity
crowds who were delighted and mystified by the lady who floats in mid-
nlr. Pearl and Jennie, DeGreko's
Oriental theatre. Rucker's Half Milt.
���*t shows, the Cra: y liousa and Joy-
Mill nil received a saiis.'yiu,'; -share
of the patiot'."ge.
The beautiful nterry-fro round and
the giwnt tetaka wheel were ftsaieged
by j��y seeking crowds. Ot .course
there were Alrican Dips, the Hoop
l.a, the Ball games, poodle dogs. etc.
for those wlio cared tor that aVyle ol
amusement
Altogether, nothing like these
shows has ever been seen before in
this city, and it will more tban re
pay anyone to take a trip to Moody-
Park today or tomorrow. No charge
is made to the grounds, all the big
sets are free and the best of order
is maintained. Get the carnival
spliit and go out tonight.
Clgns  Are Practically Visible    Near
Mission and On Nicomen Island.
' ���Wlll   Take   Action.
The deterioration ot the Kraser's
banks is occurring at more places
than at tbe mouth of the river Is
evident from reports tbat bave reached the city from various sources.
During the recent trip of the pub
Ilclty commissioner, up to Chilliwack,
part of which was made by river,
hc particularly noticed erosion vial
ble on both sides of the river at a
point near Mission and also on Nicomen   Island.
This, In the opinion of Mr. Wade,
Is a matter that deserves not only
ne special attention of the munici
palities bordering ou the affected
section of the river, but also the
Board of Trade of the lower valley.
On Nicomen Island thirty or fortv
acres have been affected this sea
son near McDonald's Landing, and
th; property, it la believed. Is owned by Westminster people. Mr.
Wade intends to bring the niattei
up before the Board of Trade.
An effort will also be made to ac
qn.iin�� the Dominion minister of marine with the situation.
Only A few days a serious accident
befel the Scottish Canadian cannery
a�� a result of erosion. A portion ot
the piling on which tho cannery
stand was undermined, and a Bectlon
of the building was precipitated into
the water carrying with it several
c ises of  salmon.
Spur   Line  from   Fourth   Avenue
Queens Park Is One of Several
Innovations.
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WESTMINSTER, KEY
TO DEVELOPMENT
NEW BUS1NEC3 STREET.
AUTOMOBILE CLUB
ELECTS OfflCERS
Joint Meeting of Committees Results
in   Postponement.
The meeting of ^he joint committee
of the Progressive association and
the Board of Trade with the chairman cf the city board of works held
yesterday morning to discuss the proposed new business thoroughfore for
Westminster, was adjourned for an
indefinite period.
The matter was talked over but it
���vas the general opinion of the meeting that nothing could be done tc
further   thc  matter  at   the    present
time. \ jfati'ftt'iV'|f'ii��C?ft
1 Those lit the meeting were-. Alderman Kellln&ton. representing the
board ot works, Mr. K. Myers and
Mr. W. L. Darling representing the
Progressive association, and Messrs
J. R. Duncan, J. A. Motherwell and
Stuart Wade of the Board of Trade.
Eaat Pre pas ing lo Counteract
Diversion  of  Trade to
Coast.
Canada's  Heast   is  All   Right���Country Will Speak aa One On
Naval Defence.
Construction trains on tbe B. C. E
It. are wonting overtime these days,
finishing the many improvements \i<
the city and district. A new spin
line has been constructed through
from Kourth avenue to Queens pare
so that tho contractors on the new
horse show building are assured c*
easy access for their bulldiug mater
lal.
It is understood  thet tbls will be 	
a  permanent  Innovation  ard   it   will , ���.   ���   ���  -s.wuiduiioi ui  mo
certalnlv  facilitate the  unlood'PT of I lowei mainland ot British Columbia."
live stock, etc., at the aiinuai prov.u I -'-'������> statement was made by Mr. W.
ill famrn^a^^^^^***********************'^'^''
cial fair.
The company ls also building spin
tracks to the Koyal Columbian hospl
tal grounds aud also on Kourth aven
"Westminster rn my opinion, hold*
the  key  to the development of  tha
ue, East Burnnby    ^^^^^^^^^
The ballaBtin;? trains have resum
ed operations on the Queenshoro extension, and yards of gravel ttre be
ing daily dumped along the tracks
so that an early evening can be
looked  for.
LARGE ATTENDANCE
AT GARDEN PAR1Y
Bishop  and   Mrs.  de  Pencier   Entertain  Representative  Gathering
Canon  Arrlvea Saturday.
Quite the largest social event of
the year took place yesterday after-
noon in the' grounda of the See
House, when between two and three
hundred guests enjoyed the hospitality of the bishop of New Westminster and Mrs. de Pencier at a delightful garden party.
The gathering was In every sense
11. Greenwood, former editor of the
Toronto World, and brother cf Mr.
Hamar Greenwood, M. P., yesterday
"The people in tbe east and also
In England have not realised (**���*
possibilities ot development wh *
this -land offers. With easy access
to the rich farming land of the Delta
and the Kraser valley. Westminster
is assured of a plentiful supply of
garden produce, fruit and general
crops, while Vancouver today has to
rely on the state of Washington for
its supply."
Wiil Outdistance East
"This is the second time I have
been in tbe west, and I can see changes at every step I take. Mark my
word, the next decade will see the
Pacific coast of the Dominion " outdistance the east in growth."
"The people In tbe east are beginning to make preparation to counteract lbe trade loss which Will sorely
result  wben   tbe   Panama  canal    Is
opened.    They realise that  a   large
majority of the wheat crop %'ill tind
its way out to the   world    through
Pacific ports,    lt ls bound to come."
Concerning Canada's share in contributing to the naval defence of the
empire, Mr. Greenwood was very emphatic   in   supporting    the    scheme,.
ters and the British admiralty.
A   United   People.
"Canada  is  unanimous"    he    sa'd..
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^ "except   perhaps" in   certain   sections
representative of the leaders arid ac I of Quebec, but even  thete^I Jiellevf
ttve  pwttefpants    in    church    work   that Jhe <��fl^dfl.,��eE(se' of tlje people
throughout the large diocese ot which \wm ����iiv��*ite'��i��Btf1Ste��*'^**!l1
Westminster  Is the  centre,  there b^lof   C��n��d��   **������*���   viS^..~.��     .��%..
lng   present   a   large   number   ct   the \ Uon   o��   ��he   ��T��l��i   ���W���i���        J��"J
clergy and their wives, some ot them\l��art ct Cana** is bU rt*Mf* he went
coming   trom   distant   points,     mem
Mora Towards Improvement of Westminster���Vancouver   Road���
Cara for Children.
LINEMEN   WILL   STAY.
Management of B. C.  E.  R. Do  Not
Intend to Move Office from City.
It developed yesterday from an au-
thorative source that the B. C. E. R.
management has no intention of removing the main office of the line-1
men employed ln the city to Vancou-'
ver. No change of this nature is
contemplated.
This matter was brought up by
Alderman Kellington at the city conn
ell meeting on Monday evening, wbo
mentioned that were the office to be
on, "It is beating \ts sympathy with
the heart ot the empire. It taay take
some education, but the people wlll
speak properly when properly appealed to."
bers of the executive of the synod,
accompanied by tlieir ladies, members of the dioesan beard of the
Woman's Auxiliary, which comprises
the presidents of the local branches,
together with representatives from
each branch, and finally, personal
friends of the host aud hostess.-
A continuous    stream    of visitors
came   and   went   between   the   hours
of 3.30 and 6 o'clock, and many old I
friendships were renewed In  the so- j
cial intercourse which ensued, while I
very many kind  remarks were pass- J ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ed  upon  the quality    of the    music, I
whicb wa3 supplied by the Mackness I Driving f-nail Garrisons Before Then*
iu chestra. ^T^
REBELS DEVASTATE
mm with m
Dr  .Rotcr.     Eishcp    cf  Colr.mb'a
spent the day at the See House.    It
removed"to*Vaucouver*it would mean  wa*> hoped  that Cancn Perkins, Who
a considerable loss to local merchant  ia on  his  way  here  from    England
2.;00 Men Play Havoc With
Railroad.
Optimism reigned supreme at the
annual meeting of the Westminster
Automobile Association held in the
office of Dr. A. J. Holmes last even-
ng. The reports of the president.
Dr. Holmes, aud the secretary-treasurer showed that the club was on a
mod foundation and that prospects
for tbe tuture were never brighter.
The officers elected for the coming
year were Mr. W. J. Kerr, president:
Sheriff Armstrong, tlrst vice-preal-
denf; Thmnas Freeman, second vice-
president, R. P. Eastman, secretary-
treasurer; Executive. Messrs. R. U
Gilley, Thomas Mowbray and J. H.
Todd. Messrs C. A. Bourne and Ed
ward Savage were appointed auditors
for the year.
Mra. A. 3. Holmes was appointed
an honorary member of the association. * **
��� Complaint was voiced at the condition of tbe Westminster-Vancouver
road through South Vancouver, and
the secretary was instructed to write
the Vancouver city councll askine lt��-
support ln approaching the municipal
of South Vancouver to make an improvement In that thoroughfare.
The Surrey connell was abo commented on regarding the condition of
the grade crossing over the B. C. E.
R. tracks on tbe Scott Road <��i1 thr
association wiil Invoke its aid In remedying the matter.
A communication was received
from Mrs. Catherine Goulet stpfn?
that the ladles, of St. Peter's parish
intend to hold a picnic for th" chil
dren of the Providence Ornh-nace
'n which the nld ot every autoist In
the city ln loaning hh car for tbe
afternoon of .*��*. 2"th. was aaVed
The picnic wilt be held at English
Bav.  Vancouver.
The members are also taking the
vistter up and w.lll endeavor to assist
the ladles. AU owrers^cf oars, nre
asi-ed to communicate with the secretary of the association during tbe
next two days.
Hereafter monthly meetings wlll be
held by the association on tbe third
; Friday of every month. .
who participate. in the trade of tbe
l'nemen.
Owing to the construction of the
Highland Park cut-oft and other improvements going on in the city,
there is a force ot 62 now employed in this capacity.
Flsh Report Decreasing.
Slowly but surely the sockeye run
is diminishing, for this season at
least, and the canneries are accordingly laying off many of their hands.
Yesterday's report from the B.- C;
Canners Association Is as follows:
Belllngham, 4000 sockeyes and 1,-
700 cohoos yesterday. Imperlal cannery, 1500-sockeyes yesteiday. The
Scottish Canadian cannery, 600 sockeyes yesterday. St. Mungo cannery,
1000 sockeyes yesterday. Brunswick
cannery, 500 sockeyes yesterday. The
Terra Nova cannery, 900 sockeyes
yesterday. Ewens cannery, fishing
with spring nets. Phoenix cannery,
1000 sockeyes yesterday.
LOST LAST GAME.
Sapperton   Defeated   at   Kamlor?*���
Horn* Tonight
Special to the News
Kamloops, Aug.  22���The    Sapperton Juniors went down to defeat tbls 	
tfternoon to the Kamloopa twelve In .��..<.,     ,w-~~-. ���.    ������-    ������*---���r-
a rough but fast game.  The West,{Vancouver; Mr. and Mre a �� Rob-
would have been present, but his arrival in Westminster has been delayed until tomorrow.
The following is by no means a
complete list of the invitations whicb
Included:
Among those Invited were:
Bisbop of Columbia and Mrs. Roper, Victoria; Archdeacon and Mrs.
Pugh, of Lytton; Mr. and Mlss
Wright, Vancouver;' Rev. and Mrs.
Donaldson, Steveston; Miss Shildrick, Mr. and Mrs. Cotching, Burquitlam; Mrs. and Miss Darling. Toronto; Mr., Mrs. and Mlss G. E. Corbould, Mrs. Draper, Vancouver; Rev.
Frank Plaskett, Sapperton; Rev. W.
T. Johnson, Central Park; Misi Dickinson, Rev. and Mrs. Dunlop, Mr. and
Mrs. Cornell, Brandon. Man.; Judge
and Mrs. Howay, the Misses Henderson, Rev. Govicr, Hammond; Rev. A.
Green, Howe Sound; Rev. and Mrs.
C. B. Clarke, Sardis; Mr. and Mrs.
Hadlngham, Mra. Wllkie, Mr. and
Mrs. Otway Wilkie, the Misses Wilkie, Mr. apd Mrs. H. A. Stone, Vanoouver; Mr. and Mra. and Mias M&-
r.tulev. Vaucouver; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Mr. and Mra. and Misses Brown.
Sapperton: Dr. and Mlas DeWolf
Smith, Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Bartlett
Mrs. and Measrs Johnston. Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Hobson, Vancouver; Mr.
and Mi*. Ball, Vancouver: Mra. Stod
dard,    Vancouver;    Mra.    Atkinson,
minster boya put up a great game.
and had the homesters guessing until
a tew minutes trom time, the final.
score being 6-4.
This Is the last game ci their tour
and thev left for tho coist this even
Ing and will arrive In ..ew Wesl
���ninster Friday.
READY  FOR THE FRAY.'
Calm ci Bellies Finish Training and
Feet Confident cf Winnlnp.
Training for Saturdny's game be-
tween tbe Salmon Gellles and Van-
n'Hiver on the Queens park oval, finished in this city last night wltb
every member of the team feeling In
thei pink of condition.
The boys realise that this will be
a hard tussle, and will bend every
energy towards safely stowing away
tbe ownership of tbe Minto Clip untll
tbe Torontos take tbeir trip across
tho continent.
son, Vancouver; Rev. and   Mn.   H.
Beacbam, Vancouver;, Mr. and Mra,
Wolfeaden, Mr. and   Mlaa   Boultbee. I
Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Clute,
senior, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Clute, Junto*, Mr. and Mrs. Beatty,   Mr.   and
Mra. and   Mlaa   Armstrong,  Sheriff
Mra. and Mlas Armstrong, Rev. and
Mrs-   Porrell,   Vancouver*    .Miaws
Sweet,   Vancouver;   Rev.   and' Mrs.
Rowe North Vancouver;.Mrs. Jellet.
Vanoouver; Mr. and Mrs.Gltfon, Van-
couver; Mr. and Mra. C. King,  Vancouver;   Mr.  and   Mrs;   Whitehead
Vanoouver; R$v.   Kdwnrdes, Vancouver; Rev.  Hugh  Smith. Vaneouver;
Rev, and Mrs. Fav. Nortb Vancouver;
Mr. and   Mrs.   Oracle. Mrs.   Harris,
-ikfr. and Mrs- Walter Taylor, Vancouver; Rev. tnd Mrs. Ri\tler,  Langley;
Mr. and Mrs.  Elson,   Ar. and   Mrs.
jPnvne, Mr, and Mrs. ColHste>, Mlsi
Patterson. Vancouver; Rev. and Mrs.
C. P. Seager. Vancouver;  Mrs. Fed-
(CoTitlntiSd na page *onr>
Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 22.���Leaving ar
trail of smoke and ashes, devasttng
villages and desolated homes, three
bands of Mexican rebels aggregating
2500, well armed men, are moving
northward today along th e Sonora
railway. They are driving before
them the little garrisons ot the railway village's, which are pitifully Inadequate to cope with the invaders.
Reports from points along the railway Ire that the rebels are continu- -
lng their work of burning bridges and'
water tanks and that they bave now?
threatened to destroy all railroad
property trom Carbo, where they
bave established headquarters to Nogales.
- Rushing from Cananea In a spec'al
train, several hundred federals, comprising ths Cananea garrison and reinforcements tbat arrived last night,
are expected tb reach here this evening. They will be started southward
at once against the advancing rebelau
Every town along the way where
where resistance ls met Is being pillaged and burned, according to Word
brought here by refugees today. No>
Americana are reported to bave been
injured.
Unable Ut proceed or return because of burned bridges, tbe private
train of General Manager Temple, of
tbe Sonora railwav. and at least four
Other tralna are bottled ln Northern
Sonora today.
Temple left here laat evening to Investigate conditions along bis line.
Tbe train was surrounded by rebels
near ,Pesquer!a.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL
Several   Positions   Ara  No-*  Vaoant
For Probationers.
. At the last meeting ot the RoyaT
Columbian Hospital Board the superintendent of the nurses' school connected with tbe bonnital. brought to
the attention of the directors the necessity of seeding more probationers
or Untrained women to take up
nursing as a vocation.
Some difficulty has been been experienced ln getting young women
to take no this work of late, and as
the regular nurses of tbe hospital
are recruited from tbe school. It
i was decided to call tor applications
l^tor the positions that are vacant.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23,  1911   ' 1
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notices 50c per insertion.
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WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS
^WANTED���PRACTICAL   DRESSMA-
'   ker desires work by the day.   Box
SS, Westminster Daily News.
-WANTED-SITUAT10N AT HOUSE-
wor.k for family by young lady. Apply to Box 97:' Westminster Daily
News.
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER
from London, wants work by tho
day, or at home. Apply Mlss Morton, General Delivery.
WANTED���GOOD COOK FOR PRI-
rate family; good wages. Apply 518
Fifth avenue.   "
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
quire two comfortable furnished
rooms: old country family preferred. Apply room 2, II. C. E. It.
depot.   Phone 401.
WANTED���AN    IRONER.
City sleam laundry.
ROYAL
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���6 ROOMED HOUSE
near car and school, cement basement, laundry tubs, fireplace, hall
and dining room panelled, every
modern convenience. Price $4,001),
$1,000 cash, big reduction for nil
cash. Owner going away, must
sell.    Apply 722 7th Avenue.
|    A publlc  meeting will be held on
; Friday evening, the 23rd Inst., at the
council  chamber,   city  hall,  to con-
! elder and  arrange  for the reception
of His Royal  Highness, the Duke of
Connaught, on the 21st of September.
A. W. GRAY,
Acting Mayor
FOR
SALE
-FULL
SIZED     LOll
Just
oud
larS
off  Ei
sireet.
write
Khth  avenue, near Sec-
:A;"fchap.   For parties
Box'   99,    Westminster
Daily Newa
,,
FOR SALE-TWO FULL SIZED
lots on Regina street, good location
moderate price. Easy terms. Apply Box X, Westminster Daily
News office.
FOR SALE���SIX RINGED STOVE.
Apply A. McKee, Edmondf
FOR    SALE���TWO    HEATERS    AT
714 Agnes St.
KOR SALE���GOOD NEW POTA
toes, 100 lbs fnr 75c. The finest of
red beets, 100 lbs for $1.00. Good
carrots per sack. $1. Kree delivery dally. Apply Hat Cook Potato
Merchants. 527 Kront at., Phone
550.
FOR RENT ��� HOUSEKEEPING
Rooms. SL'8 Hoyal Avenue.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   86 Hastings stieet.
��UNTfi!D - A WAITRESS. APPLY
Bohemian cafe, opposite C. P. K.
depot.
THERE IS ONE NEW TOWN THAT
is commanding more attention today than any of its rivals���and
that is Fort Fraser, B, C. With
its sawmill, stores, branch ban';
(this tall,) post office, telegraph
office tiiiis fall,) 30-roomed hotpi
being built and a real live news
pa;ier tie ing issued- Fort Fraser
is awakening the world to the lins
BtbHltles of its future. The news
paper���"The Fort Fraser News.
is a coed oWtt sheet Send toda)
to the secretary fnr a sample cow*
ond f:>r full Information about ti1!
opportunities that await YOU.
Fort Fraser Development Club, V.
A. Matheson, Sec. Vancouver of
ficc, 101  Winch Bids.
KOR SALE���GOOD NEW POTATOES
100 Ihi. for $1.00; the finest of red
beets 100 lbs. for $1.50; good carrots per sack $1.25. Free delivery-
daily. Apply Hatt-Cook, potato merchant, F27 Front street.   Phone 550.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE. EIGH-
teen fruit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 fool
lane; water and light; $1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner, on lot 28 Eighth
avenue. East Burnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, one and
onfe-balf b'.ccks from car.
Oil S VLB���SMALL HOUSE; SHEDS
coop and chickens, Jl f uit tree;
fall bearing: ioi 5 5iwtl 12 feet, gar
den nn I vegetables; Ninth avenue
Uurnaby, between Second ant
Fourth streets. Pi ice $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on promises.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FUR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six loomed house, block
lrom city ear.   A. L. N'., News office
NOTICE  TO ^CONTRACTORS.
Industrial School for Girls.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for Industrial School for
Girls," will be received by the Hon.
the Minister of Public Works up to 12
o'clock noon of Monday, 9th day cf
September, 1912, for the erection and
completion of an industrial school for
girls.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender mny be seen at the offices of the Government Agents, Vancouver and New Westminster, nnd tlie
Department of Public Works, Victoria
Intending tenderers can, by applying to the undersigned, obtain a set of
the drawings nnd specifications for the
sum of twenty-flve (251 dollars.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certlfl
cate of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Hon. the
Minister of I'ubllc Works, for a sum
equivalent to 10 per cent, of the
amount of the tender, which shall be
forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract when called upon to do so, or if he fail to com
plete the work contracted for. The
cheques or certificates of deposit of j
unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the execution of the
contract.
Tenders will not be considered  unless made out on the forms   supplied,
signed with the actual signature of thr |
tenderer, and   enclosed   in the   envc- j
lopes furnished. i
The lowest or any tender not neces-'
sarilv accepted.
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer
Department   of   Public   Works,  Vic
toria, B. C, loth August, 1912.
MANY CHANGES IN
MILITIA OFFICERS
Major-General   Otter    Retires    From
Post  of   Inspector   General���
Cotton   Promoted.
Ottawa, Aug. 22.���ilefore sailing
for England, Col. Sam Hughes, minister of militia, arranged for a general shift among the senior officers
of the militia. Major-Goneral Otter Is
to. retire, from the post of inspector-
general, the date Bet being Dec. 1.
He will be succeeded by Major
General W. H. Cctton, who u.iici
1908, has been ln command at Toronto, his post for the past year hav
ing been officer commanding thf
Second Division by Brigadier-Gen
eral F. L. Lessard, who will vacate
the post of adjutant-general, which
he has held Bince 1907. The transfe:
will take effect on December 1 nexl
General Lessard's promotion to h-
major-general may be expected to oc
cur soon.
The position of adjutant-gennra
wlll be (Hied b.v the appointment o
Lieutenant-Colonel V. A. S. Williams
R. CD., A. D. C. Colonel William*
who is stationed In Toronto, Is ccm
mandlnff officer of the Royal Cana
dlan Dragoons and Inspector-genera
of cavalry.
Colonel It. L, Wudmore. district of
fleer Commanding District No. 11
Britisli Columbia and the Yukon, wl!
lie retired on Dec. 1, after nearly 8
years' service, lie has held his pre
sent post for two years. Colonel A
Roy. M. V. O., the officer command
ing thc fourth division nt MentreV
goes to Victoria to succeed Colonc
Wadmore.
Colonel Septimus J. A. Deniso'i, (
M. O., R. C. R., commander of tin
Royal School of Infantry at Halifax
becomes officer commanding tti
Fourth Division at Montreal In placi
of Colonel Ilov.
Lleutenanf-Colonel J, A. Fages, n
present in Montreal. D. A. A. and G
M. G., succeeds Colonel Denison I
command of the Royal Canadian Ueg
iment.
Colonel J. C. MacDougail, R. C. R..
assistant adjutant-general, at Montreal, ls to come to Ottawa as assistant to Colonel Henry Smith.
FOR   SALK���A   BELL   PIANO,   AL-
most new.   408 Fifth street.
 1
TOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-1
der, a four burner gas plate, witb j
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes j
Btreet, city. i
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.Wou   sale-steel  malleable
ranges on easy  terms;  $1.00  down,
PRAIRIE ACREAGE SNAP ��� 160
acres, all under cultivation. Between
Calgary and Edmonton, near station. Ninety-six acres in Timothy
hay; barn and stable on the property. Price $45 an acre, will
trade for Burnaby acreage.
FINE SIXTH STREET LOT, 60X
119.75 for $2600; third cash; terms
6, 12 and IS months. This la a
money-maker.
ACREAGE SNAP���200 acres choice
land, on Chilliwack car line, not far
from Sardis. Small house, largo
barn. lliRh and dry, no dyking
���tax. Price $175 per acre. Terms
to arrange.
OKANAGAN ORCHARD���Ten acres
all planted and under irrigation at
$508 "an-acre. Choice district. Will
consider good proposition  to trade.
BLACKSMITH SHOP FOR SALE���
Fully equipped. Excellent turnover.    Snap price $300.
-CHEAP SAPPERTON LOT���G0x124,
partly cleared; $75o; one-half cash,
balance 6, 12 and IS months. I
HERE'S ANOTHER    Sapperton    Bargain���Lot she 34x120; near school; |
$575; ouc-.tliird cash. j
HOUSE BARGAIN at Sapperton���Five j
rooms, Jot   09x70;   for   $2750;   one-!
third cash,   balance   6, 12   and   18
months.-
BUILDERS ATTENTION���We have a
���choice building lot on Sixth avenue,
facing on   two streets,50xl40.   Fine
proposition for two houses.   Can be
Ibniight at snap price.   Call and see
.    hs.
See Us Aiout Highland Home.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate and Insurance.
Notary Public.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295.        P. O. Box 777.
$1.00 per w��<ek.
Market Square.
Canada Range Co.,
TO RENT.
TO    RENT���ROOM    AND     BOARD
for lady.    219  Fourth street.
TO     RENT-FURNISHED    HOUSE-
kceping rooms.    224 Seventh street
COTTAGE FOR RENT ��� ONE
block from Central School. Enquire  224  7th   St.
TO RENT���A SUITE OF NICELY
furnished house keeping rooms. 37
Agnes streel.    I hone L 6"8.
FOR RENT���LARGE. AJRY, WELL
lighted room, 80x30 feet, in Hard-
man block, suitable for office or
workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
NOTICE!
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governoi
has received a despatch from the Military Secretary to His Roval Highne3��
the Duke of Connaught, Governor
General of Canada, setting ftvth the
program of the lour of His Royal
Highness in Rrit'sh Columbia dur'np
September and October next. TVu
following places will be visited"
Kamloops���3 p. m. to C:15 p. m. Ov
the 17th September.
Vancouver��� 8 p. m. on the ISt'i
September to evening of 20th.
Now Westminster- On 21 st September.
Prince Rupert-11 a. m. on 23rd
September to evening of 2~>th (including a possible visit to Hazelton).
Nanaimo -11 a. m, to 1 p. m.. on the
27th September.
Victorln Evening of 27th September to 3rd October.
Vernon -Morning of Ith October to
11 n. m. on same day.
Penticton -4 p. in. on 4th October
o 5 p. m. on Bill.
Robson via Arrowhead���7 p. in. to
0 p. m. on Gth October.
Nelson-Morning cf 7th October till
noon on same day,
Kootenay Landing���6 p. m. on 7th,
leaving early ne?t day.
Provincial Secretary'^ Office, Victoria.
5Ut July, 1912.
CITY OF G0LDZN DOMES.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping looms, lint and cold water.
Apply room 0. Knights of Pythias
hall, coiner Eighth Street and Apms
street.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
liedrocm. furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes street..
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOARDING
house.   Address Box 7fi5 City.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re a -part (100 feet by 100 feet) of a
I>ortion (six acrea more or less) of the
fracl tonal  southwest quarter of  Section 29, Township 20 in the district.
Whereas proof of the loss ef certifl-
. cate of Title Number 15442A,  issued
: in the name of John Barker, has been
' filwl in this office
Title Number 13142A, iBsued in the
: name of John Barker, has been flled in
' this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
<of, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
-duplicate of the said   certificate, unless In the meantime valid  objection
The made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
land  Registry OfTice, New Westminster, B. C, Aug. 15, 1912.
PERSONAL.
WANTKD - YOUNG AMERICAN.
aged 23, new arrival in Westminster, wishes to correspond with
young lady. Correspondence confidential. Address Box 100, Westminster Daily News office.
i 11
BUILDERS AND PLUMBERS, FOR
cement    blocks,    chimneys,    brick
. laundry tubs, drain flle and fireproof, germproof, waterproof, sanitary plastic flooring, see J. W. McCallum, Westminster Trust block.
Phones: Office 434; house L 88?.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the partnership heretofore subifstt
lng between the undersigned carrying on" business as Real Estate Bro-
| kers under the firm name and style
of "Sherriff, Rose & Co." has been
thiB  day  dissolved   by  mutual    con-
| sent. The business wlll be continued
under the same firm name by T. D.
Sherriff, who will pay all the liabilities of the late firm, and to whom all
the accounts owing* to the said firm
are payable.
Dated at New Westminster. B. C,
this 20th day of August, A. D. 1912.
THOMAS   D.  SHERRIFF,
| F. A. ROSE.
Local   Improvement  Notice.
Tke Municipal Counc-.l ot the City
of N'ew Westminster having by Resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the following work, that is to say:
To construct a lano twenty '20)
feet wide between Mowat street and
Eleventh street and between Queen's
avenue and Third avenue, and for that
purpose to purchase portions of Subdivision 3 of Lot 45, Subdivision 12 of
Lot 40. and Lot 26, all In Suburban
Hlock 5. City of New Westminster.
And that the said works be carried
ml in accordance wiili the provisions
of the "Local Improvement General
Bylaw 1912."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said bylaw upon the said works
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to bo chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
=n'd reports of the City Engineer and
City Assessor having been adopted by
the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the said
reports are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
ll. C and that unless a petition
against the proposed worka above
mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners of thc land or real property to
be assessed as charged In respect of
such works representing at least one-
half in value thereof ls presented to
the Council within flfteen days from
the date of the first publication of this
notice the Council will proceed with
the proposed improvements under
such terms and conditions as to pay-
nent of the. cost of such improve-
iients as the Council may by bylaw In
hat behalf regulate and determine
tnd also to make lhe said assessment.
Dated this Sixth day of AuguRt,
V. D., 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
^ate of tlrst publication August 7,
1912.
Beauties cf Peter the Great's "Paradise" of the Swamps.
"The City oi Golden Domes"���?uch
is the name ao often applied to the
metropolis of Russia, St. Petersburg.
It was Peter the Great who founded
the city and built it on a veritable
swamp. The waters of the Neva river
overflowed the lowlands all about
where the beautiful cily of the
czsr now flourishes, but it was at the.
expense of many thousands of lives
that the foundation of the present
n-etropolis was built. It is said that
even now one may .*ee he moisture
underlying the city ooiin? up between
the paving blocks on the Nevsky prospect, a busy thoTuughfare. The eity
is not only built over watrr, but the
heavens seem to frown upon human
beings having intruded tliere, for it
rains or snows at lea.-t 200 days of
the year and sometimes a little more.
The city is practically surrounded by
water, for swamps abound on two
sides, the sea anj the river on another.
At the very beginning of the building oi St. Petersburg every one seemed to hate the place, all fnve Tcter
the Great. And, in view of the dislike
expressed by noble* and peasants
alike, the ruler set thousands til work,
"under compulsion of the knout," to
build dikes anl reclaim the lnnd fr.r
the city. He calle 1 the city his "[nra-
dise" and forbade the use of t-tone in
building elsewhere, ordering all the
i-tono aece^silile to be brought to St.
Petersburg. Any pedant who wished
to enter the city could do so by feti'lt-
ing a cartload of stone. Thi.-. v as hi*
passport. Indeed, people did not liave
io lie/ to enter St. Petersburg. Tliey
were forced by the czar's command to
abandon other places nnd come to
dwell in his "pet" city. The consequence was a crowded quarter, where
the poor b-srded together like si many
Tats, living in squalor and misery.
Even to this day the Russian metropolis is the mt st unhealthy capital
of Europe.
But St. Petersburg hai become a
beautiful nnd a majestic city nevertheless. There is something imposing about her striets. The Winter
Palace is splendid, as are slso entire
strcts of ii��Kiit.ful buildings. It
might li" cnlved a city of spare, for
the streets nie ��*i wide, and nowhere,
snve in tlie >lutu3, does one Iind
crowding,
Nevsky prospect Is the fashionable
street of St. Petersburg. It is only
three miles in length, but it is as
celebrated a highway as Regent "street,
London, or Fifth avenue, New York.
During the winter months the days
are very short, artificial light being
turned on at 3.30 in the afternoon and
daylight pot coming in full till Hhout
10 in the morning. But during the
summer months���June and July���one
will see the sun st two o'clock in th*
morning and easily read a book at 10
o'clock at night by nature's uwn Ugh'..
Thus the summer recompenses one
for the dreariness of winter.
Just a Reminder.
A little bey who  had reached the
age when boys fee) that a watch is the
one thing that makes life worth living
was told that for the present a watch
could not be given him.   But I2d\var>
continued to tease for one until tin
whole family was wearied.   Then hi-
father,    after    explaining    tliat    li*
should certainly have a watch wheit
he was older, forbade him to mention
tho subject again.   Tho next Sun.la
the children, as was their custo'u, le
lioated  Bible verse9 at the hreakf-e
.able.   When it was Edward's turn h
astonished them all by saying:
" 'Whnt 1 say unto you, I say m.i
all: Watch!'"
Oh, Joy!   Look What's Here!
MOODY PARK
Four Days A|(fl.   11
Cominenring Wednesday f\lJH# fj |
The Parker Show
PRESENTING
6-Sensational Free Acts-6
4-Bands of Music-4
16-High Class Shows-16
Moody Park-New Westminster
W. R. OILLEY, Phona 122. Q. E. QILLEY, Phona 291.
Phones, Office 15 and IS.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale end Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AN-0
FIRE BRICK.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:15
a.m. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 0 p.m., with half hourly service
until 11 p.m., lasl cur at 112 midnight.
Sundays���at fi, T, 7:3U, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
fVla Burnaby) at 5:45, 0:45 and 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p.m,
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays���
Mist car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11. p.m.
Sundays���Fli st car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points at
9:30 a.m.. 1:20 and 6:10 p.m. For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
WEEK  END
EXCURSION.
Reduced rates are offered
(i ei the 1 laser Valley lino
for we.',; end tripg covering
a.'i | tii,- m the division.
Tickets foi these special ex-
cu sto.is are on sule Saturday und Sunday, nood to re-
turn on Monday.
MAKii   VOUR   PLANS   TO
TAKS   THIS   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
ACES
MINORU
DAILY AT 2.15
LADIES FREE EVER> DAY
EXCEPT SATURDAY
17���HIGH CUSS EVENTS-7
All Re ad 3 Lead To
MINORU
RACES
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, Engllsl.
and Swlsa
WATCHES
;/   All Work Guaranteed.
841 Front 8treet.    N'T City Market.
COME TO THE
Kelvin Cafe
where PLACE, PLATE wid
PRICE will PLEASE,
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
HOME COOKING.
ABOVE T. J, TRAPP ft CO.
Corner Lorne ana Columbia Street!. a   ��������**      t   ii *ma
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*Rl6AY, AUGU8T 23, 1612.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THRW
SENATOR PENROSE
CHARGES ROOSEVELI
Contributions to G.  O. P. Funds  By
Standard Oil Interests V/ere
Known to  Him.
Washington, Aug. 22.���In a careful, deliberate speech In tlie Senate
yesterday Senator Pentose, ot Pennsylvania replied to the charges made
regarding a certificate ot deposit for
$25,000 sent to him by John I>. Archbold. of the Standard-Oil Company,
in 1904.
Senator Penrose admitted receiving that sum from -Mr; Archbold. but
said lt was part of a contribution of
1125,000 made by Archbold to the Re-
pubtioan national campaign fund,
$100,000 of whloh amount, he said,
went to the Republican national committee, and $25,000 to himself for use
ln Pennsylvania.
Senator Penrose said:
"Certain letters from John D. Arch-
bold, addressed to me, have recently
ben published, and an effort has been
made to establish a connection between the work of the Industrial
commission, of wbich I was a member, and an alleged letter purporting
to enclose $25,000 from John D. Arch-
bold.
"Their publication now. with the
malignant insinuations accompanying them, is In the nature of political
blackmail, lhe purpose of which ts to
puniBh, coerce, or Intimidate me because of my political course. The
statement that there Is any connec
tion between thn Industrial commis
sion and a certain cheque from John
D, Archbold Is false, malicious and
without Justification."
"President Roosevelt had been ad
vised cf tliu contribution," Senator
Penrose declared. He said that later
Cornelius N. Illiss. then treasurer of
the national committee, asked for au
other contribution of 8150.000 from
Archbold and his assistants "interest
ed In lhe Standard Oil Company.'
"Thc demand v.as urgent; insistent
������1 mav say Imperative, and it ita?
reported it can'" direct from President Roosevelt," declared Senator
Penrose, forcefully.
MINISTERS COMING
BACK TO OTTAWA
ENGLAND GOING TO
DOGS SAYS DOCTOR
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
No   Date   Set   Fcr    Next    Session-
Important Measures to Be Prepared���Events at  Capital   .
BINDER   TWINE    SCARCE.
Ottawa, Aug. 22.���With the evecp-
tion of the Prime Minister and Hon.
Messrs. Pelletier, Hughes and Cochrane, all cf the ministers are expected back ln Ottawa next, week, and
regular meetings of the cabinet wi}l
be held, preparatory to the sessional
work.
When the session will be e^IJbtd Is
wholly uncertain and wlll pot'lhe determined for spine time. A 'part of
the cabinet, before dispersing for the
summer, favored the session at the
usual time,, and others preferred its
being called In January. The dste
will depend upon the time required to
prepare the sessional program, which
will be, with the naval policy to be
determined, the bank act revised,
distribution bill brought down, and
other Items of general policv. Including that of the tariff to be decided, a
long one whenever may be tho date
of its commencement.
Hon.   Martin   Burrell,   Minister   of
Agriculture, returned    today from    a
trip through the Maritime Provinces.
The.   Sheep   Industry.
Col. McRae and Col. McEwen, the
well known sheep authorities, who
have been investigating fcr the gov-
"rnment the opportunities for encour-
iglng the sheep industry, have com-
���llcted their Inquiries. Colonel Mc
Rae has been interviewing particularly In British Columbia, and Col
���^nel MsEwen in the Maritime Pro-
Inces. They will ii.eet in the c-ipltal
on Friday and will draw up their rec
ommendations and their report for
thc Minister of Agriculture.
Immigration   Inspector.
Mr. W. B. Scarth.'of th's city, and
formerly of Winnipeg, has been appointed traveling Immigration Insper
tor to succeed H. G. Herbert, who
was murdered at Windsor ��om"
week3 ago. Mr. Scarth is a son of
the late W. B. Scarth. formerlv n-v
puty-Mlnlstcr of Agriculture. He will
mahe his headquarters at Ottawa.
To   Protect   Employees.
A circular bas been Issued recently
by the Department of Labor and srmt
to various railway contractors on
government work. The circular contains certain regulations calculated to
protect men employed on snch work
and It requires tliat all contractors,
sub-contractors and other employers
of lahor shull keep a complete record
LEESLIMITED
"We Furnish Your Home Complete."
Not Enough to Care for This Year's
Heavy Crop���Shipping  by  Express.
Repiwa. Sasli., Aug. 22.���The binder twine situation continues to grow
more scute and unless larse quantities .can be rushed into Saskatchewan    "before tho end    of next   we��:lt
many formers must   suffer   great lft-j ot names, nationalities, place of birth
Convenience if not actual loss. i and  latest    address    ln    Canada, to-
During lhe last few days the Tnd- ��� -jether with homo addresses and
hope-Anderson Compnny bnve retos -t inmo and local address oT nearest re-
���pA orflers of upwards Of 200.000 latlve of employees. In the past such
pounds of twine, and they state lh��y j record has not been kept and a sa re-
liavc reached the limit of tlieir sup-Unit many foreign lahorers with fami-
plv. lies at home, in rase of death, by ev-
Mr. Fosyth cf the Massey-HarriJ llosion er otherwise, have been bur-
Company  states that the situation   Is   iefl   \mldentiIU:(I.    Inquiry   from   wait-
���maru ;>cute than he ha< seen tt for
many years. The International Har-
Tester Company have ordered nOdl-
ttornil ram from Chicago by express.
The fact remains that unless some
unlocked f' r climatic conditions nrise
to mar Uie piesent harvest ���prospects, manv farmers will have their
���operations hung ud rising to thc in-1
sfbflftv  to secure the twine.
'mk relatives at tiniue In many cases
>ins "been TutTlu. Tinder the new regu-
lnl'-ms Iho namps. addresses, etc..
will he forwarded to the Department
-t Labor for reference ln case of
deatli.
FIRST FRUITS OF CROP
Alberta Red Arrives at Winnipeg���
Frost Scars.
Winnipeg, Aug. 22.���The Brst ��ar
of the nc" season's crop was Insprrt-
��eU yeeteittay. being Alberta Re* TVin-
iter, gruilioK.'No, 2.
The thermometer dipped down as*
.forty at a number of points ln fhe
'Canadian prairie west last night, but
warmer weather Is predicted today.
Old-timers regard this pefiofl of
Trom Aug. 21 to Aug. 25 as peculiarly
Uiitble to eal-ly frosts, and say that
"this danger onco passed, the crop is
pretty safe till the middle of September. The same night last yeerr tuc
orded temperatures of from ton tc
ffffteen degrees below those recorded
today.
REWARD IS 5ET ON
MISSING GANGSTERS
CRUSHED UNDER MACHINE
[Denver Aviator Is Latest Victim to
Conquest   of   Air.
0*mar, Olltw. Aug. 22.���������*?
'Thompson, a fBenver aviator, was
killed late yesterday when his eeit^
Ullane turned tuttlle at the race track
Hiere, and fell tv tthe ground.
The aeroplane was tipped over l>v
a light brcci e Jnst as It passed trrrr
tttto -crowded gnad&tand, at a height
of 200 feet.
"Thompson juaqned, but the en��-
efflhre fell on hlni -crushing hlm ao
hadly that Ije die* ton the way to a
fcOBjltWl.	
TRUE AFT** ALL
Many IHisstan Soldiers Severely Punished fcr DI*��ffeetloi��.
Tat-tiatt-vt. Asiatic Huseta. Aug. 22.
���Two huedred and twenty-eight Russian non'oommlsslonetf Ptttpara and
soldiers -were tried by court martial
In the Sappers camp here today, on
the (targe tot mutiny, fifteen of
them wera sentenced to he hanged,
���even aeqtrfOied and 20$ seat t*p Jail
for varying tanma.
*., Want  0. C. Exhibit.
.Victoria, Aug. 22.���To Interest thf
Provincial Government In the pre*l-
elop of a bulldln* representing Mt
(sh Columbia at the International Pry
Farming Congress at r-ethbrldre,
trom Oct. 21 to 2B. John T. Burns, ev
(cuftve secretary-treasurer, arrived
in -ih*'* ��*ty vesterdav, and met Premier McBride. Today he conferred
with Mr Price Ellison, minister of
agriculture, ond department officials
In connection ��vllh the repreeentatlon
of the provlncd l��y a Bpeclal huilding
Attorney 'Charges  Police  With
milting Their Escape���Seven
"Persons   Implicated.
Per-
Tendency of Modern Sentiment is Toward Propagation and Survival
of Unfit. .
London, Aug. 22.���"There Is no
doubt England Is going to the dogs,
and much more quickly thau people
imagine."
This ls Uie assurance cf Dr. I,.
Forbes Winslow, founder cf a British hospital for mental diseases and
ah expert in lunacy, \yho haa bueti
engaged ln many cases . in England
and the United States. He express
ed the opinion while discussing the
pessimistic article of Dr. Treadgold
in the Quarterly Review yesterday,
in which he sayB the whole tendency
of modern sentiment ls toward the
propagation and sui viva! ot the unfit.
"The difficult part of the problem,"
says Dr. Winslow, "is to get the nation to realize that we are rapidly
moving on a downward path and to
take proper steps to apply the brake
hefore it ls too late.
"The menial condition of the people of England," said Dr. Winslow, "is
most disquieting. Degeneracy is
alarmingly on the increase. Tread
gold materially underrates the pro-
portion of the mentally weak, which
lie puts at 1 per cent.
"Crime Is aho markedly increas
lng, but many of the persons imprisoned for crime actually are suffering
from some pronounced from of mental disease."
In conclusion,   Dr. Winslow   says:
"If our dowrnvard path is to be cut
short and we are to save ourselves
from going to the dogs, whither we
are already half woy, every child
born of criminal parents must be removed from the environment of its
home, because the force of Imitation
in children is so great that they
easily adopt the suggestive influence
of tlrir parents."
"Take care of the children,' says
Dr. Winslow, "and the future generation will take care ot itself."
FURNITURE;^
DRYGCiiSS
VERY
For Today and Saturday
IN OUR
NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.
.New "Stork, ��ug. 22.���Charging that
"some members" or the New York
nnlice department knowingly permit-
;t��H tthe (escape Of "Gyp the Blood"
and "Lefty Louie," the missing gangsters, indicted for the murder of Herman Rosenthal. District Attorney
Whitman lias offered a reward of $5,-
000 for the capture of the fugitives.
All the forces of the district attor
ney's office, wltSi the aid of a squad
rt ofl vate detectives, were directed
today to "ferret out evidence of po
lie graft.
When .Huetlce Golf'convenes the extraordinary srsslon of the grand jury
���Sept. 3, "District Attomev Whitman
qpitirposvs tto lay Intormotion before
the "court thot severdl persons can
ripply valuable Information of pollce
"blackmail.
"With 'the Ming of this information
1 -scores   of s'ibnoenas Will bo   Issued
for various "John Doed" to appear In
joomt itnB tell tbe truth -or go to prls-
1 on.   WUh tb* to-mslitv  ot the   ar-
ralgircnetrt today of five Pt those  inflicted tor the murder Pt Rosenthal
-wfluded. the   district   attorney  intends to direct his  entire   attention
for the n����t week or so tti 'hunting
evidence tor -use ln  the *3*n Doe"
enoulry.
District Attorney Whitman has information that he will lay pufoHcly
before Justice Ooff that no less than
tour inspectors -and three eWHtnns
are lavoHved ln police corruption.
Pursuant    to    the    Creditors    Trust
Deeds   Act   and   Amending   Acts.
NOTICE is hereby given thai
STARKS LIMITED, carrying on business as Dealers ln Boot3, Shoes, etc.,
at No. ��23 Granville Street and No
IDC Cordova Street West, Vancouver
B. C. snd at No. 445 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C, has by deed
dated 20th July. 1912, assigned all Ib
estate, real and personal credits and
effects to RALPH CLARK, of Vancou
ver, B. C, Salesman for the purpose
of satisfying rateably wb4 proportionately and without preference of pri
orlty all Its creditors.
AND NOTICK TS "HEREBY GIVEN
that a meeting of the creditors of the
said Starks Limited -will be held at
tbe office ot Ames Widen McCread>
Limited, at No. ��0B Cordova Street
West, Vancouver, B. C, on the 3rd
day of August. 1312, at the bour of 10
o'eSock in the forenon.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that all persons, lirms and corpora-
tic/rs having dlahus against the said
Starks Llmfted are required to forward particulars of the same duly ver
tfledl bv statutory declaration to the
saM Ralph Clark addressed to him at
No. *f03 'Cordova Street West. Vancou
ivw. B.'C, on or before the 3rd day of
Serrtnniber, 1312, and that all persons
taOrfbted to the said Starks Limited,
are required to pay the amount due
fcv them to the said Ralph Clark
forthwith.
AND "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that after the said 3rd day of Septem
���jt, 1?12. the assignee wlll proceed to
distribute the assets of the estate
among the parties entitled thereto
tervlug regard only to the claims duly
vwlfed of wliich he shall tben have
reoelved notice, and will not be responsible for the assets or any part
thereof so distributed to any person
or persons of whose debt or claim he
sMIl not then have received notice by
duly verified claim.
DATED'this 22nd July. 1912.
HARRIS BULL HANNINGTON &
MASON,
Solictitors for tbe assignee
READY-TO-WEAR   DEPARTMENT
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I   f   'l I    ���' -
400 Ladies' Summer Waists, just
in time for this hot spell, all sizes,
nicely made from fine lawns, dainty
lace and embroidery trimming;
values to $2.50 each; ^ ^ fw^
all at one price for ^k 1 ���%JlJ
Friday and Saturday   W *��� EACM
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Six Days More for you to take advantage
of Our August  Furniture   Sade.
The Greatest Sale Values ever offered to you.   Every
article of Furniture cut in price up to September 1st.
"WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE"
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Send Us Your Telephone and Mail Orders
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T   D   COLD1CUTT!BOIILERS   Rlvctgdl Steel Pipes
. %J. %^\J v. BURN Oll-
TANKS
For quick sale, two roomed house
on large lot 50x138, twenty bearing
Fruit trees, with sheds and chicken
coops nnd fifty chickens. Electric
light and city water on premises
Price $1350; $700 cash.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Bleck, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth Street.
VULCAN IRON WORKS,
P. O. BOX 442
TELEFHONE   324
OFFICERS .STRIKE
Mount Royal Sails Btit Dispute WH*
. C. P. R. Continues.
London, Aug- 22.���Tbe dispute between the ship's ofticens and the Canadian Paciflc line did not prevent
the departure Pt the sUemcr Mount
Royal today.
The new Union of Msoters and
Mates had demanded the reinstate
itent of the dismissed flrat officer of
the Mount Royal and threatened to
hold up all the Canadian Paciflc
steauwrs unless the point was conceded. A substitute, however, was obtained vy the company from, the
steamship Montreal. 1
at the exhibition, and also tbe pres- one of the-b'manda of the union ls
ence of some of tho cilnlsteri ftt tbe I an Incrcaso of pay for all the Pf-
jatherlrig Iti October.   %u ���.,      fleers.
OP��NlN3    OF    SCHOOLS.
Tbe City Btihools wll open again
on Motittay, Aug. 26, at 9 a. m. All
old pirpris Will uttend at the schools
at wYltfti they were laat term and
will to tiatMSeraed from there lf necessary.
All mw fmpA* must present them
selves at Ate Secretary's office on
Sixth street ��a the (Opening day for
medical examination and will proceed from 0*bt�� to tine school ln the
district to wfeteh they Hielong. The
sr.hool dlsti tet�� are as If,Hows:
LORD KELVIN SCWWL���All that
part of the city situated nortb and
west of a line running eent from the
city limits along fiourfli avenue to
Tenth street, thence north lo St. Andrews street, east to Kinth street
north to Fifth avenue, east to Bghtli
street and thence nortb to tbe olty
limits.
SIXTH AVENUE BCHOOL���All
that part of the city aitnated north
and cast of a line running wes:
along Fourth avenue to Fifth street
thonce north to Fifth avnue, west tr
Eighth street and thence north to tht
cltv Units.
. CENTRAL SCHOOLS ��� All that
part of the city not Included In the
above districts or in the Sapperton
and Queensborough districts.
These districts must be strictly ad
hered to tn order to prevent anj
overcrowding ef any of the schools
Any further Information can be ob
talued at the 8eo��etArv!s off'oe.
L. AVOilY   WHITE
Secretary, Doard of School Trustees.
New Westminster, B, C.
Here's a Chance!
FOR SALE A NEW ANO UP-TO-
DATE 6-ROOM BUNGALOW.
With every modern convenience,
such as cement basement and floor,
separate toilet and bath, fire place,
electric lights, etc, Situated near
Fifth avenue and Sixth streets. The
most desirable section of tfic city.
Will be eold cheap and on easy terms
as owner Is leaving the elty.
Apply to OWNER 527 Sixth
���treet or 'Phone L841.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMf ER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A sp  ��ially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
N j. 2 Corru**Tr~Boar3e sad Dimension.
Now it the time to build for aale or rent while prices are lew
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LOTS
ON
Lulu Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phona 898. Roem 4 Trad) Blocl'.
EDMONDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
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LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwise supplied free of oharge, Apply Secretary,
013 Columbia St. Phona 251.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)"
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS TURNISHEI?
FOR
Large Front Room in Haf&
man Block, 30x30 feet; iS^
well lighted.
Suitable for office, workrodrn?
or living rooms.   Availably
August 1st.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, AUGUST 2i,  Mii.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
Published   every   morning   except
i Sunday by The' National Printing and
Publishing Co.,  Ltd., at their office,
"%5t  McKenzie  Street,  New  Westminster, B. C.
ROBERT H. BEST. Manager.
TELEPHONES:
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Kditorial Office   991
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By carrier $4 per year, $1 for three
-months, or 40c per month.
By mall43 pW year, or 25o per
month.
FRIDAY,  AUGUST 23, 1912.
sfe
J*, RIDICULOUS COMPARISON.
The Toronto Globe is quite as persistent In its arguments against the
possibilities ' cf an Anglo-German
���war as is.the Montreal Star in giving
voice to the need for an immediate
contribution by Canada to the naval
strength of the empire. The arguments used by the former journal in
support of its contention are now
apparently becoming scanty.
A little time baclc we were told
.that war preparations as a whole
were engineered by publicity campaigns undertaken on behalf of the
great manufacturers of war material. This, aa lina been pointed out
in another quarter, is the old eld cry
'���thai was raised by the traducers of
the men who all through the Course
of modem British history have seen
the danger*, and prpsred for it as fa"-
as they might.
Now the Globe tells us that thi
Minister o�� .Militia "has great faith in
military training, forgetting that the
people of the Transvaal, a nnt"c:< nu
clerically less than the city of .Mon
treal. were untrained."
The least informed anscng us know
that there is a great deal (,f differ
ence between the population of thi
greatest city in Canada, each ol
wl.ose sections is separated from tht
oticr by very considerable gulfs of
eentlmenV, of blood, and of language
and the natives of the Transvaal,
who were, and still are. trained to
arms from their earliest youth ar.d
ftr bound together by a common re
f gion, common hopes, language, and
all those ties that go to make a nao
pie.       |
Evidently the Globe lias nevei
heard of the efficient military sys
leu which ha3 been customary a!
ways'' affitfffg tM Bo-.ra. and whiet
vvas, aud la still, rendered neca'ssarj
through the, ever-preacnt d-tfwr o!
tue black races.
The story of the Dutch in South
Africa, with its long record of war,
is worthy cf the Globe's attention.
] women who come to Toronto to earn
! their   living   are   doing     uecessar/
j work.   They will be the fathers  ar..t
mothers of the next generation, u.d
aa such lt ls just aa important to the
community that they ahall Uie. mid"! i
healthful and encouraging  conditions i
aa that families now growing up si all
be allowed to occupy ample quartern
at reasonable rental3.   Yet the young
clerks and factory workers   of ��� <���' h
sexes who have no relatives  in  th'
city are condemned to live und.it '.no
most discouraging conditions Iniagm-1
able.
It is estimated that about 14 per
cent, of' the girl workers in Toronto do not live at home. This means
that they have to live In rooming-
houses; that the majority of this per-
jcentage Is without proper facilities
for study, rest and recreation in the
evening's and no holidays, and that
these girla live in an atmosphere
which is not conducive to hopefulness, good citli^nahlp or self-improvement. Rooming-house Ufa Is
lonely In the extreme, and It speaks
well for the buoyancy and strength
of the youth of Cauada that this disastrous system does not lead to more
failure and more trouble than is apparent to the student of social cond:
tlons in the city. Nowhere to receive friends, nowhere to read or
write in comfort; all meals eaten at
cheap restaurants with atrangera and
the most casual acquaintances; nt
comforts of any kind; this is the lot
of a roomer. Doubtless it ia good foi
those starting in life to be subjected
to some trials and hardships, But U
it wise to inflict thu misery of uttel
loneliness? Certainly it. is unnecua
sary. Without any taint of charity.
without patronage, the girl worker
Bould be housed in a residential
club tor the same weekly payments
as are now giving her only the bar
est necessities of life and the maximum of mental and physical dlscom
fort.
It is doubtful if residence clubs
well appointed and offering a liigi
standard ot living, could be conduct
ed with profit for unskilled factor?
workers. The rate of ray for boare
Uld lodginr, would liave to be a'
least five dollars a week, and in ad
dition there would be an annual mem
bersliip fee. The residence club 1?
specially suited for th038 earning Sir
a week'and more. For it would be f
great mistake tr, cssduct such an ev-
��n'i>r's'> at a loss thus lori'm** c'lar
ity. unknown, en those vbo liave r,
��� nan of it.    ''.'it  the ten-d'Hi'ir a-v, te'
POORLY     PAID    TEACHERS.
Tiie agitation for increased pay for
school teachers ia being revived in
the Kast. it should be revived everywhere throughout rural Canada, at
least.
The Scottish teachers who are visiting Canada at the moment were
surprised, the Montreal Witness tells
ns, to learn of the very moderate requirements in teacher-training demanded in Quebec. In Scotland, for
the lowest grade of elementary dip
lorna. the candidate is required ti
teach, under supervision, two hours a
week for the three years of high
BChool work ircm the age of 15 to IS.
Then follow tbne years at the teachers training school. In Quebec, one
year at Macdonald College for an elementary cr a model diploma is regarded by many as an excursive da-
mand. The salaries paid to female
teachers with diploma in the rural
districts cf Scotland vary from 05 to
KO pounds a year. Allowing for the
difference in the purchasing power ot
the money; the BtUarlea may be said
to ruti from five to" ��'*y hundred dol
lars. In viev. of th.e time given t<
preparation.', and the more mature
age at which they begin to teach, the
young women who enter teaching in
Scotland muyt look forward to it as
their life work. In Canada, on the
��� other hand, the teaching profession,
at least In the rural municipalitiea,
must be largely regarded as a atep-
plng atone to marriage, or to Home
other occupation, or to positions ln
the North weBt. As we pointed out recently, adds the Witness, more than
half of the Protestant teachers of the
���province outside of Mont ren I and
Wejlnfount, according to last year'H
stntl'aflcs, had given less than four
years service to the province, and
over 25 per cent, of the teaching staff
has to bo rjon.ewed each >��ar. It Is
little v finder, therefore, that many
<of the .vacancies have to be filled by
UirlB o^ sixteen to seventeen! who frequently have not oven hail the advantage of. attending a model school.
There in rnly oue remedy, if it has to
be aald for the thousandth time. The
^alari.��j of the teachers iniiBt be raised to a level which will make It
worth' the while of men and women
of ability to prepare for the work as
a life profession.--Winnipeg Tribune.
THE    UNMARRIED   WORKER.
Tlieto in some delay In conatruct
lng t'ie A'-pnrtnorahip settlement on
acount of tbe difficulty of acting
within th'e limits imposed by a faulty
and inefficient system of transports-
Uop, Bnt there la another aspect of
tlw> fcousing problem which could be
solved wi{h greater ease and for less
capital outlay. Married people are
hot ttHfiptiAv workers worthy of con
alderctfon. The young men and young
Preserving Peaches
at 90c per Crate
Advices from the peach growing district state that owing to
heavy rains the bulk of the crop w ill not be ready for shipment for
ten days yet. For tho convenience of those who wiah peaches now
we have secured a few hundred choice crates at 90 cents per crate.
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
THREE  BIG   STORES:
City���GD5 Columbia street. Sapperton���317 Columbia street.
West End���Corner Twelfth street and Sixth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs.
T. D. Brymner, Mr. and Mrs. J. Brymner, Mr. and Mrs. and the Misses
Seymour, Vancouver; Mra. and Misa
Chowne, Vancouver; Misses Goddard,
Vancouver; Hev. Mra. aud Mlases
Uell,  Cedar Cottage;   Mra.   Hastings,
wors
\ which   en  tla'
clerk  i.i dc
her to greater r turn ������ than arc w:r
resented by I'fe In a room l�� ^housc
"lne cli b wot Id ro! house ill tl e vie
llTX) Cf        ''���(' i ���"'    '     'I'* *���"*'   '"1'        "��"
would a dozen. Bui the first dlv>
would prove a good Investment, art;
H��rafore, othrrs wonld b" started
V higher standard or ilvjns would b-
>��*<i|v1istif>d for unmarried worker?
aud those who Cater tor them - "il<
have to ci nfornj to ii. The f^nna
r:r,n of rue rashlerce club for ������*ovn
m and one 'or in' n wp"H s'art f
new era In the wcrk'na ''"" rf i',r
���itv. The capital o-'tlav i d not lr
treat.   Sue1, an enleml-e sne-ild en , .   ,
?eal  io  b'ltiiipsi n-en  whn are  Inter
-and -in   having   a tore   snrn.1,'   " I
healthy and contented wor .ers.   - To I
ronto News. I
Power of the Press.
A newspaper can drop the anme
thought into a thouaand mjnds at the
Bame moment. A newspaper is an adviser that does not require to be
sought, but comes to you briefly every
day of common weal, without distracting vour private affairs. Newspapers,
Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Rowe. Kn. I UiMtfoM, become more necessary in
.   ...      ... . | proportion as men become more equal
and  Miss  Kirby,   Vancouver;     Mrs.  fndjviduala and more to be leered.
Cunliffe,     Vancouver;     Mra.    E.  H. j To  suppose that they  only  serve to
SEVENTH AVENUE BARGAINS
Two full sized lots just off tha 12th Street carline fronting on two
Stieets. Grand view. Price $4,200���$1,000 cash, balance 6, 12
and  18  months.
Full sized lot between 14th and lfith Streets, easily cleared. Price
$1,575. 1-3 cash and the balance In 6 and 12 months.
Fine large lot. all cleared, just off the Sixth Street carline. 3-
room house that rents for $10.00 per monh. Price $1,500���Oue-
third cash, and tbe balance In 6, 12 and 18 months.
Wm. McAdam
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
P. O. Box S74.   Phone 498. Room 1 Westmlnater Trust Block.
Heaps and Mrs. Wilson Heaps, Van
DOUver; Miss Mathews, Vancouver;
Mr. and Mrs. Sourer, Canon and Mrs.
d'Easum, Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Taylor,
Miss Peele, Mr. and Mrs. Rose (secretary M. S. ('. C��� Toronto); Mr.and
Mrs. Latham, Mr. and Mrs. and
Misses S. A. Fletcher, Mra. Calvert
Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Carter Cot
.on, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Miles.
Cctton, Vancouver; Rev. Day, Mr.
tnd Mrs. Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. and
Miss Tidy, Mr. 11. Tidy. Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis and many others.
The following ladies helped In
pouring tea and coffee: Mrs. Sllli-
oe, Mra. Walter Taylor, Vancouver;
Mrs. G. E. Corbould, Mrs, R. Dickinson, New Westminster.
The Ico cream v.as In c'aarge of
Mra. A. M'CreeEe Cr*3ry. Vancouver; Miss M, Wright. Vancouver;
Mrs. p. L. Hutchlns, Vancouver; Mrs
II.  V, Eastman.
The young ladies who helped al t'i.,
'upptton were: .M.;ss Scharloy
Wr'ght, Mlas Phillip*, the felsaei
Larnder, the Mlsaea r.row i, thi
Misses Wilkie. Misi SVldr'c'i. Mts
Norn Arms rons, Miss l.oY.'c.li' Smith
Misa Drew, M;ss Bartley, Mlsse;
Baatman and Miss Corbould.
protect freedom would be to diminish their importance. They maintain
civilization.���De Tocqueville.
! .	
Waste of   Energy.
If you hold your fist as tight a? you
can hold it for fifteen minut s ihi-
fatigue you will leel when it relaxes
is h cl "ar proof of the energy you
have been wasting, and if the %'a*ti
is so meat in the useless tightening
of a fi^t it i.s still great r in tli> ix
tended and continuous contraction of
iiniiii and nerves in useles* fear*, ami
mIi,' '.nrgy .saved through dropping
the   l"nr��   and   tlu'ir  Hcconrpunyirwi
I tension can b'rinp in the -urn ��� pro'
portion a viu'.:r unknown li.'ior.- nud
at   th;1 sanu-   tim.-   afford   unit
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AT G\RDEN PAHTY
(Continued from par.e one)
don, Vancouver; Mrs. Tiffen, Vanoouver; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Macgill,
Vancouver; Mias Kerby, Mr. and
Mrs. Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill,
Vir. and Mra. and Miaa Martin, Mr.,
Mra. and Mioses Lucas, Chilliwack;
Mrs. syiltoe, Vancouver; Mrs>
Thompson, North Vancouver; Mr,
and Mrs. Newmorah, Vancouver; Mr
and Mrs. and Mia-iea Larnder, Mr.
uui Mrs. Edwards, Rev. Collins, Won-
lock; Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mrs. J. J.
lones, Mrs. F. Jones, Mr. and Mra. A.
VIC. Creery. Vancouver; Mrs. Yuens
ling, Mr. and Mrs. Macey, Mr. and
.Irs. McAllister. Mrs. Purroan, Mr.
ind Mra. H. L. Edmonds, Dr. and
.Irs. J. Walker, ltev. A. H. Sovereign
Mr. and Mra. and Miasea Knowle.
Vancouver; Miss Ajidrew.Vanoouver;
Mr. and Mr3. and Misses I,Ita, Van
couver; Dr. and Mrs. and Misa Drew
Mrs. Tucker, Halls Prairie; Mrs,
Wish, North Vancouver; Mr. and
Mrs. Bartley, Uev. and Mra. George,
Langley; ltev. (}. A. and Mra. Ray.
ludse and Mra. Hole, Mlss Bchlrlej
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, .Mr
ind Mra. W. Godfrey, Miss Godfrey
Vancouver; Rev. and Mrs. Batters
hill, Eburne; Rev. and Miss Chadwick, Vancouver; Mr. J. Chadwick,
VIrs. J. Z. Hall. Mrs. Cannock, Rev.
md Mrs. Venables, Port Moody; Mr.
md MrB. .1. C. Armstrong, Mr. and
Mrs. P. L. Hutcbins, Vancouver;
\lrs. and Mlss UIU, Vancouver; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Clarke, Vancouver; Mr.
���nd Mra. Corbett, Rev. O. Esperson,
VonoouVer; Rev. and Mrs. Ryan, Van-
ouver; Rev. and Mra. J, H. Hooper.
Xorth Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Allan
���Ir. and Mrs. .1. Allan, MIbs Eraser,
lr. and Mrs. and MIhs Waghorn,
Vancouver; Mlas P. K. Waghorn,
Vancouver; Rev. and Mrs. Thursby,
/ancouver; Rev. and Mrs. Krampour.
lev. nnd Mrs. Vance. Vancouver;
lr. and Mra. Peebles, Mrs. and Mlaa
.VatHon, Vancouver: Mrs. Priest, Van
couver; Mrs. Dalton, Vancouver; Mr.
uid Mis8 Davidson, Rev. and Mrs. J.
1. Hcnderaoii, Mr. and Mrs. Little,
/ancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Noble,
/ancouver; Mr. and Mra. Sterling,
/anccver; Mrs. Roberts, Vancouver; Dr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. ond
Wra. Edgar Lee, Vancouver;  Mr. and
Soma Advantages Ambassadors Havs
Over  Mere  Ministers.
"Ambassador" and "minister" m^an
same to t'ie average
man, lnit thor > is n very creat difference lietwen tlie two, inasmuch ��s
an ambassador possesses many privileges abroad that do not pertnin to s
mere minister.
Perhaps the  most curious privileafJ
ol  an  ambassador  who  is  accredit.'!} |
lo iho     ulcr   of   n   country and   nol
mer-'ly to the Government thereof, ns !
is a minist r. is thnt the nmhassndoir j
may when dismissed turn lii* lne!-' tc
the sovereign lo wins, pourt he lias
been assigned,   Briefly described, Hie
modi> of procedure is as folio wa:
When the audience is nt an rnd the
ambassador wails to |)(. dismissed by
fhe sover.'igu. When dismissed the
ambassador bows, retires three pacs.
bows again, retin-< Hires paces, hows
a third lim?, turns oa his heels nnd
walks to the folding dnots, But when
the reigning sovereign is a woman a
more polite method ia employed. To
turn his back would be to resign a
privilege; therefore the ambassador
retiros sideways. He keeps one ,ye
on th,"* sovereign and with the other '
he endeavors lo find lhe door. Hy :bis
unique means he contrivs to show
all politeness to the sovereign and at
tha same time retain his ambassadorial  privilege in retiring.
Another p-ivilege of an anilinssiidor
Is that of being uslier'd into the royal
presence through folding doors, both
of which must he flung wide for liim.
None saw an ambassador can claim
this privilege, tbo greatest favor in
this respect that can lis shown any
non ambassadorial representa!ive con.
Silting in the opening t'> him of one
door only.
There is one privilege < f the ambus,
sador. a privilege thut ��ometim-�� i c-
casions great inconvenience lo tiie
ruler, which consists of liis right to
demand ndmis-ion to tiie Sovereign
by day or by hlgllt.
3_DAYD   ONLY���3
STARTING    TODAY
GREATEST   OF   ALL
AERIAL   CIRCUS.   FEATURES.
Arenz and
Girislera
Prsscntlng a Njw ar.d Original  Gymnastic  Novelty.
��300  Far a Hat.
Men are just as much the slave�� rf
tashinn a�� women are. Although men
do uot a; end so rnui'h money on
clothes as the W"iuan who goes In a
fashionable dressmaker, yet a v," ��1
many men don't fall themselves well
dressed under anything less than $"'00
a year.
You wouldn't think that a man j
crnild spend very much a year hi i
ties. Yet more than one tailor in
Bond atreet, London, has customer*
who spend hetween $200 and $253 a
year on ties alone! These '''slaves oi
fashion" have their ties specially
made for them, at anything from half
a guinea to fts. fid. a time.
A West Knd tailor told an amazing
tale el one of these "men about
town." Last year his accr.unt for
clothes was $3,800.   Among the things
Ira. Cantell.  Mr. and Mrs.  Wallace, | which made up this amount were forty
Vancouver; Mr. and Mra. H. D. East-1 lounge suits,   the   same   number of
nn.   nnd   Miss    Kaatman.     Mr.   T.' busting coats, and eight dress f^jls.
Eastman. Mr. and Mra. T. Curtis, Mr. I After that who will aay that the ladies
tnd  Mrs. Cambridge, Rev. and  Mra. | are the extravagant aex?
lougliton, Mr. and Mra. Ryall. Mr. | This aame gentleman spent another
ind   Mrs.   Charleson,   Mr.   and   Mm.; small fortune on other items of dress.
���ha-'d. Mr. and Mrs. O. Bruce Cor-j Over $500 went on various kinds of
lould, Mr. and Mrs. and Messrs Mc-1 boots  nnd  shoes.   His handkerchiefs
'all, Mrs. I'alnswnrth, Rev. Hedley, cost him ten guineas a ddxnfl, and
Steveston: Mr. and Mrs. Birch, Van- socks hall that amount for a down
couver; Mlss Burton, Vancouver; ' pairs. His pyjama suits were made of
Mrs. and Mlsaea Mackeddie. Vancou- silk, and cost him threa guineas a
��� er; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dart, Mr. time. Altogether his bill (or dressing
ind Mrs. Claude Hill. Burnaby; Mr. himself ran into well over four llg-
and   Mrs.   Bernard    Hill,     Burnaby;   ures a year.
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jg PARK, AUG. 24
GAME STARTS 3 p. m. SHARP
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BUY ONE OF
THESE LOTS
Ko.    10���Two Ut'Ke lota on Hamilton  Street,   close to Sixth  Street
cirlinci.  uli   cleared,    Price $1,150 oui li, terms arrayed.
No. :i^4���Two tart,''1 lota un r,th 8troet,  ilos��  to  7tb Avenua, 104.0x
U8,  all cleared.    Brlce ?1,E50 each.   One-third 6, 12 and IS months.
No.  239���Burnaby eaat, on 3th Avenue, one large lot cleared and in
small (ruit.    (775, 1-4 cash, ba ance 6, 12 and 18 months.
No. 240���Two lots cn 4th Avei un,  between   First and   2nd   street.
Price  $650,  1-4 caah. 6, 12 and IS  months.
\
No.  242���Two lota on Morrison Koad, close to Douglas Road, Price
$575 eaato.    1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 18 months.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
-*"**""'"' ��i.iiimni|i.mi mi*ism.*vm * "in
raos m��
TWO FORMER STARS
MEET ONCE MORE
A. McDonald of Tecumsehs Recalls
Old   Memories  With   Manager
Well*. Cra>
i tit., .re doubtless tew people in
��ie oHy who, noticing Mr. J. A. McDonald, the English capitalist, recognised him as a one-time star player
i.ii lhe Tecumseh team. It is so,
however, and it was certainly a picture >esterday morning to see Manager Wells Gray of the Salmon Bellies
and Mr. McDonald talking about old
Iiiuhb on the lacrosse field.
It developed that the two former
mars in the game had played against
eaoh otber In 1300, wbeu the Salmon
Hellies made a triumphant tour of
tho east, defeating every team with
the exception of the Torontos, and
they made a draw thore. Mr. McDon
tlil wan born in Toi onto and resided
there for a good many years until
I e useumed charge of a large finan-
/ ;il house In London, Kngland.
He played several seasons on the
Tecumsehs, and two seasons with the
Torontos. life* know Alderman Fred
l.yueh well when In the east, and the
two of them played a game ln Peterboro together.
Mr. McDonald regrets he cannot
stay over until Saturday when the
Salmon Uellles and Vancouver meet
in what may be the deciding game
t*t the series, but his duties force
hlm to leave this evening for the
oaat
f.ENIOR AMATEURS TONIGHT
Meet V. A. C. At Recreation Park-
Line-Up.
The Westminster Senior Amateur
lacrosse team will meet the V. A. C.
twelve in a Mann Cup panic at Recreation r-ar'; this evening. The
(hange in the schedule is owing to
several ot the boys wishing to take
in (he professional game at Queens
paik on Saturday afternoon.
Tbe fact that the cup holders nre
In none too good a portion in the
sinrdiriK makes it plain that they will
strive iheir utmost to defeat the locals, The latter will leave on the 4
o'clcc't car for Vancouver, the game
lii'ing call! il for 5.03
The following la the team selected
last evening:    �����,
(leal, 8toddard; point, Patchell;
cover-point, V/lUls Patchell; defence
fold. Cotton, Gregory' Batteon; een
tre. Hume; Home field, L. Sangster,
_', Bangster, Kelly, storme. Bwaneon.
Spares. Dawe and  P. Smith.
fippsrton Footballers Mec'..
Thc annual meeting of the Bapperton reotbsll club will be held at tbe
ntor#> of Mr. C, A. WtWn, Bapperton
on Monday evening next. The chaTi
plans cf the c'tv league ln*t seasoi
ere cnnfdrrt cl fl'-rain taktDC th��
ether teams Into camp, and with tht
I'ldtion of several promising olayors
a successful season l�� looked for
The gathering opens at R o'clock.
taken at the Instigation of the Belgian legation.
McCoy's attorney, in addressing
the court, said the depositions had
arrived from Belgium, and after carefully studying them he considered
there wa3 absolutely no case against
McCoy.
The reason McCoy found himself in
that predicament was that he happened to travel to Ostend and stayed at the hotel where the theft was
committed. The magistrate said he
had read all the papers and concluded that theie vvas not sufficient
evidence to Justify extradition, and
he therefore dismissed the case.
The Axe Will Fall.
T*>e Montreal Herald says: A
compromise in the lacrosse situation
is so clearly Indicated that It seems
hardly worth mentioning. United we
stand, divided we bust, Is an au ancient maxim, but a very true one, and
never truer lhan In its application te
the lacrosse of tbe East this year.
One more season of the present conditions and the chances are that la-
eiosse of almost any sort would be
ono of the things taUced.c' but never
seen. Chances are that'the organization that will arise nn the ashes of
the D. L. A. or the N. L. U. will be a
six-club league���aud who'll get the
are?   Why there's the question?
Time,  Johnson,  Time.
Chicago, Aug. 22.���Jack Johnson
has taken the count before Mayor
Harrison. In the future the Cafe de
Champion. Johnson'a wet goods emporium, will close at 1 o'clock sharp
Mayor Harrison has been informed
of queer doings at Johnson's saloon.
It was said that when the clock, began to approach the figure one, Johnson would make mystic Blgns to the
bartenders, provided the place happened to be crowded, and by some
electrical arrangement the clock was
set back and in various ways hindered from keeping ine like any o'her
respectable clock.
Mayor Hart Ison notified the pngll
'at thai such tamperings with the
slock must stop. In reply lie recel *
^d a letter from the saloon keeping
lighter todsy acknowledging that h��
(Johnson) was at fault,'Ind that i
fnt.ire (he Cafe de Champion would
observe strictly thc rules of the e-.v
rise board.
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The Royal City
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Windows   and   Floors  of   Every .Description Cleaned.
Floor  Oiling,   Staining and Polishing
a  Specialty.
Contracts taken for offices and
stores. Moderate Charges. Prompt
Attention.    Estimates given.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
���
BASEBALL.
American   League.
\t  Philadelphia��� It. H. E
St   Ixmis       1    fi   '
Philadelphia       2    7    1
��� latteries: Hamilton and Krichell;
Ilmwn. Bender and Egan.
Second game��� R- H. E.
St.   Louis       1   8   1
Philadelphia  3   fi   !
Batteries: Baumgartner and Alexander;  Plank and Lapp.
At Washington��� R- H. E.
Detroit       9 13   3
Washington     6   9   2
Batteries: Mulln. Willette and Kot-
cherj   Hughes,  Vaughan and  Henry.
At Boston��� R- H. E.
(loveland   0   2   2
Boston       9 10   2
Batteries: Kaler. Mitchell, Walker
���nd Carlsch and Adams; Cillns and
Tarrigan.
At New York��� R- H. E.
Chicago   913   1
Vew  York      < 10   2
Ratter'es: Taylor, Walsh and
Vhalk; Warhop and Sweeney.
National League.
>t Chicago��� B  H. E.
���(TBtOU           5      "      *
Chicago     17 17   1
Battorles: Hess, Brown, Krech
snd Kling; Oowdy. Cheney, Corter
and Archer. ..  _,
At Pittsburg��� K. H. HI
New York      >   ���   2(
Pittsburg       3 10.   2
Batteries: Mathewson and' Myers;
���Camnlts and Gibson.
Second game��� ��*��� ����� "���
New York  .- ���        0
Plttsbnrg ��� 1*   !
Batteries: Marquarl* and Myers;
Hendrix, Warner, Cole and Gibson
and Simon.   . ���  ��� _
At ClncttiMttl��� R- H; B-
Philadelphia   J   *   ���
Clnclanattt   1   ��   J
Batteries: Seaton. Flnneraa and
Dooln; Benlott and Clarke.
At St. Lohte- ��. H ������
Brooklyn   ....   i   \ "   \
St.     LOUiS fr'ai.}     ,
Batteries: YlngHna and 84 win;
Steele, Geyer knd Wingo.
Kid McCoy Freed.
Txmdon. Aug. M.~MKld" McCoy
(Nrrmau Selby) the American boxer,
was discharged from custody by the
r-Tnistrato of the Extradition Court
at Bow street today. He was arrested ot July 28 on a provisional extradition warrant charging him with lar-
*nnv rllettcd to have been committed
at  Ostend.     Tbe   proceedings   were
AN ELEPHANT STORY.
Discipline and  Bravsry That Tuntei!
the Tide of Battle.
Tn India they tell a story of thl
standard bearing elephant ol a Mali
ratta ruler who won a victory lor hi*
royal master.
The big beast was carrying en itl
back the roynl ensign, thc rallying
point nf tlie Mahratta host. At the
beginning ol the engagement the
elephant's mahout, just as he ordered it to halt received his death wound
and fell off its back.
The obedient elephant stood its
ground. The shook of battle closed
round it and the standard it carried.
But the elephant never moved a yarl,
refusing to kdvancs or retire the standard intrusted to it.
The Mahrattas, seem? tbe flag jti'.l
dying in its place, would net believe
tliat tbe dsy was BjoinS Bgstost them
and (Silted again and again Tound
their  immovable  standard bearer.
Meanwhile tbe elephant stood tbere
in the very heart ol tbe conflict,
���training iU ears all the while to
catch abovo t'ue din of battle the
���uiund of the voice which weuid Bevel
���;penk  again.
The wave of tho fight passed on,
leaving tlte field deserted. The Mahrattas swept by In victorious pursuit
of tbe now rout.vi loe. But tbe elephant stood In its place, with tha
slain heap around it snd with the
.slain heap around it and the standard still floating above its cast ed
back.
For three days a;;d nights, the story
has it. it remained Jrhera it bad been
bid 10 remain. Neither brihe r.or
threai could move it. Then tli? Mali-
rutins sent Id a distmit village and
[etched the mahout's little son, and
\hi elephant, remembering bow its
.ie:id master bad often during a brief
absence delegated his authority to_
tbe child, confessed  its  Bl ejfinnce.
With the shattered bai tie harness
clanging nt each stably' stri-lo. it
swung slowly along the oad tablnd
the little boy.
Adventures of a Bathrobe���Is  Training for Three Meets.
Contrary to previous unauthorized
reports, George Colliding, the world's
champion walker, announces that he
will not retire forthwith, but that he
will jump back into harness again
immediately.
doubling is at present in training
for three different meets, his first ap-
ooara.nco in action since his return
from the Olympic games being at the
Hamilton A. A. A. games on Aug. 31.
Goulding is mourning the loss cf
his historic bathrobe, which was a
familiar object on many tracks during the past five years. Everyone re
members the battle-worn apparel in
which Goulding was accustomed te
warm up befoie a race. It was quite
conspicuous on account of ita loud
pattern, and the people used to look
for the "blanket" first, and Goulding
afterwards.
George, of course, took his bathrobe along witli him  to Sweden, but
failed to bring It back.   .His suitcases .,       .,
and grips were a meat deal   heavier      50 foot lot on Fifteenth avenue ad
when be returned Tlian when he went  joining car line,
and it is sa'd that tbe new souvenirs!
and present1- forced the old love-to b�� < EA"'   TERMS.
eome a wayfarer.     Anywav, a   Swed
ish datm el   is now probablv   v;sarins
the historic    coat, and feeling    quite j
big to be In- it. 1
So the next time Goulding comes
out on a track for a race, the well-
known Btrlped robe will he numbered
among the missing.
CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
* "THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
LUMBER,   LATH  AND   SHINGLES
Get our prices on wood: four foot slabs, dry or green; 16 Inch mill-
wood and dry planer ends.
Fraser Mills, B. C.
Telephone 890
Two Bargains
WE   HAVE   FOR   QUICK   BALE
66 foot lot, cleared, on Kemp street,
near corner of Mary avenue.
WARNER, BANGS & CO.
PHONE 1024.
Co'dicott Blk.   East Burnaby
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
j
Ths Influsncs of Clothes.
He-Did l'<>u ever observe whnt a
difference clothes make on one*
mind' Now, wben I em in my riding
togs lm all horse; when I have . i.n
my business suit my mind t full ol
business; wben 1 get into my even.na
dress mr imnd take* a purely social
"he-And I suppose thst when ypp
Uke a bath your minds sn utter
blank r m
Hs Wss Spurned.
"Believe me." ssld old Ootrox. "although I'm an old bachelor t in sure
I could learn tut be s good husband.
You Mow. a man Is never toe <���>*
to lesrn." .        ,.
"Nor too old to jpesrn.  jer��*p*.
replied Miss Pechl*} "also Vm s��rry
lo ssy you're *<i too old io spurn.
Method In His Msdnsss.
Mm. Wick-Whst is th�� ������� **
lUndlng there and celling the cV.ve
nsmssP That won't make the tire
burn any better. .*-,,,.
Mr. Wiek-1 thought tha* maybe it
I could insult tbe blamed thing it
would get hot about it. (
Hlmstlf  t��  tUrns. '
"Didn't ynu once sey thatl��ur wlfs|
���as tbs making ol your    | '
"Only once." snswored Mr. M*m��-
jbn. "Hsnrletta heard It snd *S*d tt
sas very upkir.il and unjust to blame
ler in that ustkiier." ;
IM  ,; i
8ure Thi'ng.
"You   know."   h��H   tbe   minister,'
���tbat money is man's sltti ennnty,   ,
"Well." replied   ibe m*n   thought.
Vlly. "I suppose Ihat  is,why   sorts
>����?K> like him  for  the  etiemiet  *s .
m made." -~_ '
BLANKETS, WORMS, BEDDING, CURTAINS
At prices that no housewife should miss this opportunity; even though she does not need them now, it
would be wise to anticipate requirements, for we
know they cannot be duplicated at double the price.
i
175 Wo: 1 Filled Comforters
Covered
each ...
Art   Sateen,   reg.   $1.75,  for
$1.25
190 Wool Filled Comforters
Covered   Art     Sateen    and    Paisley
Chintz, siza 6Sv7:. reg. $2.75, for....
$1.75
16 Only Pure Eiderdown Comforters
Covered  In rich  Sateen, with fancy
border,  full  size,   reg.  $9.50,  for	
$4.50
7 Only Pure Eiderdown Comforter*
Covered In Art Sateen, trimmed with
Satin, reg. $15.00, for  	
400 Pair Flannelette Blankets
la grey.and white, with-pink
blue border, reg. $1.50, for ..
atri
$9.50
$1.00
50 Grey Wool BUnkeU
Mb. weight, rag. IU��. tor
f2^S
1C0 Pair Ready to Use Full Bleached Sheets
$1.25
Full double bed size, reg. $2.25 pair,
for, pair	
25 Dozen Ready to Use Pillow Slips
Size 42 and 44, reg.
pair	
SOc pair,   cr, per
35c.
50 Honeycomb and Grecian 3ed Spreads
Full double bed Bize, reg. $2.25. thr..
'$1.50
A Curtain Special
That never will be foigottwi.    &   Be Here.
��� Donen Pair American Scrim
In assorted conventional designs, rrg,
VIM, for ........	
tO Dozen Pair White Ecru Lace Curtains
Sft yds. end 4 yds. long, reg. $3.60 to
94.50 pair, all going et ....	
24 Pair tight Grey Blankets
71b. weight, reg. $3.��5,'for ..
$a*so
tS PWr Tapestry Portier Curtains
In assorted design, reg. VPl% tor
$575
16 Pair Only, White Blankets
Slightly tolled, at Half Price,
*B*am*a**a**mss**ssmsmm****m**m****aasmm&B
-mm
*T
���50 Pair Heavy Tapestry Portier
' Curtain wUh heayy fringe , In self
colors, red, br6wn, greens aad gold,
reg. up to $15.00, for, pair '
$8:50
MMaMSMMMMMMlilSSMi
100 Odd Curtains,
Soiled,  at Less Than Half Sale Pric��
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PAGE BIX.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23,  1912.
���
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
iAnlval:
Closing
23:00
10:60���Vanoouver via Q.  N. R,
11:45���Burnaby Lake and Vancouver via" B. C. E. K... 7:45
16:45���VancouVprF��wJa   G. N. R.
(dally excMt Sunday) .14:20
F:40���Vancon^��f/vlJ B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:ID
iJ:0O-VancdW*#m B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
18:00-Vancouver vla^a C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday) .2^:30
10:00���Port Mann  (dally except
Sunday)  9:45
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, . Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
7:40���Victoria ifa 6. C. E; R.
1  (dalljji��x$��pt 8unday).ll.lf
10:50���Victoria via, O. N. R.
(dally e"xoept Sunday) .20:30
11:20���Tynehehd' (Thesday   and
Friday a*. 14:00
18:00���Edmond^? and Central
Park (dally except Sunday)       : 16:00
IS: 16���Crescent, Whit) RO(k and
Blaine idaily except
Sunday)      9:4
18:10���Abbdtsford. I'prer Pumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon.
etc. (dally except Sunday)  .*. 23:00
16:16���Hall's Prairie, ""ern Hldee
and Hazlemere (daily
except Sunday)   9:45
16:16���United State* via Q N. II.
(dally exceru Sunday)..16:0l
9:26���All points enft and Europe   (daily)      7:4T
22:10���All points east and Kurope  (dally)    14:11
8:2fi���Sanpor ton and Kraser
Mills dally except
Sunday)     7:45
19:3d���Sannerton     iutl    Praser
Mills      idaily      except
.Sunday)     11:1;
SARTORIAL HINT.
How   to   Successfully
Use    a    Lace   Shawl.
' T'rfe ROAD.
"Now, whpri  ir* }������ goin'.'-  aa* I   "w��i
the Bhawtf.
An' cotton umbrella an' onskct sn' allr
Would  ye  not  wall   (or   MiMulleu'a  mv
chine
Wid iMU lllcniit Instep t��-iliiitr a qurpnT
Oh, you '-I'l lli�� wind aofl Kray ey* wid
a wile Ui It.
fou   wid   the  Up   wtd   ttie   trouhleKnme
���mil* In It.
Bure,  the rond ���  wet.   I very   rain   muddled mile In II"-
"Ah, the no In la-'II be kanln' ma pettlcouta
clean I"
"But," tea I,  "would  y. Ilk* It  to meet
Clnncy'a bull
Or the tlnka poachln' rabbits above Slleve-
na-rnulT
An* the font al Kllma^dy la big wid ths
aimwH.
Aa' the whisht little people thai wear U~,e
green clow
They'd run from ths bog to be makln' a
catch o' ye
Tha king o'   thi'tn's  wishful o'   -a,.*rA'.r*
Ih* match o' ye
'Twould be Ion*. If they ,dM. rf* /�� ill-
ed the latch o' ye" ���
"What fairy �� to touch hsr Wim tfc.4> as
ahe ao<"��T"
"Ah, where are ye tenia'." **a t. "wid th*
ahuwl
Aa' III* grdT  eyer  a-drramln'  beneath  It
an' all''
The road  dy  th* uti,unlHln a a  long .ins.
Deiiend
Yell   bv   ilnr.f    r'*i     ulaiiri'ih,   rie   rriii'llln'
(tl* *lld.
fs'U b��i but* wid the wind on each back
breukln' bit on it.
(Vet wid th* puddlra an' lamed wid lh*
grit on II-
BliK'e  lonesome ye re layln'  yer dellcut
fit on II"-
"Jjre. whin's a road'lonesome that's stepped wid a friend?"
That's nlP[,ped wid a friend?
Who did Brlllgy Intend?
Still 'twas me that went wid her right oo
to Hi* end!
���Punch.
For the Children
Th*   Funny   Antics   of
Young Animals at Play.
9:26���CoquIUaifn   (daily
Sunday)  	
except
7:4:
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       IT.1I
10:00���Ladner. Port Gulchon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa   14:30
13:00���East Burnaby (dally except Sunday)   13:0C
10:00���TlmberlaBd (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:3:
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday). 11:31
16: *5���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:2!
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via O. N. It. idaily ex-
copt  Sunday).. 14:0(
7:30���United States via G. N. H.
(dally except Sunday).'.  9.4(
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Si Uay and Bat-
day        14:01
11:20��� Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt.
Lehmam, Aldergrove, Otter,   Shortreed,   Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale,Langley Pralrio. Murray vllle,
',               Strawberry  Hill, South
Westminster,       Clover
Valley,    Coghlan,    Sardis,    Sperling   Station,
Dennison .Station, lirad-
ner,    Helterose, via  B.
C. E.  ft,  .(daily except
Sunday)' 9:00
11:20���Abbotaford,- Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (daily
excert Sunday)  17:3'.
20:40���Cloverdale    via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:30
2:00���Fraser    Arm    and    Alta
Vista and Oakalla ,...23:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. R, R. (Mondav
Wednesday    and    Frl-
P"'"- ,        0*3'        9:0C
2d:40- -Cliilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
PARISIAN DOWN  WITB 8B1WL DRAI'IRT
It la always a pity to cut into a rare
old lace shawl, and this costume. Ae*
signed liy u ureal French couturier.
Mijij-'csts a way lo use a hand some
Nbawl wttlioiit cutting, 'ihe inee la
draped at the Ones to suggest n hood
and deep ivutfeiiii plait, and at the
trunl tt iipeiis oter a gown of while
ciilHtou and lace,
Helping Hia Looks.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90, Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
Sale a.io-it for
Hire's Riot  Beer
Mineral Waters,    Aerated Watert
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone R   113   Office: Princeaa Si
KNITTING CURE FOR NERVES.
.  i
Berlin   Doctor   Prescribes   Practice   In
Bed to Benefit Women.
Knitting In beil lis an ettective antl
dote fur nervousness Is the latest
remedy prescribed for women uv Her
lin's great specialists. Among the Uis
tlugujxbed patients who at present an
undergoing this novel cure is Mrs
LeisbtiiUH. wife ol the American am
ha.ssudor. All iiconnts agree that Ihe
preoccupation and concentration re
quired foi nu'diework, when per
funned lu n sitting posture bet weet
pillow? and coverlets, are working won
ders In women atllicted with nerves
Tliey Ond It vastly more agreeable anC
ettiincluus than llie Ordinary nie.'
aoiiielliuea tedious rest' cure, and It t��
producing results found unnttinniiti;c
from tlie old time nerve panaceas.
"Our grandmothers." aald a dis
tingulshed lterlin woman BpeOlalUt,
commenting on the Smiting cure, "were
not nervous as a rule. They were
placid soul*, who were not easily rut
(led. and were passionate knitters
What If more natural than Unit we
should resort, for nervous women ot
today, to the favorite pastime of our
maternal ancestors? I hare at pres
ent a dozen Herlin society ladies who
are spending from four to six nours a
day abed kidding. \t possible I re
<jnire them to be alone and set then)
selves a task of accomplishing a fixed
amount of work each day.
"Xl>"!j ytil$Tj*;_|j E3r|f*4 nnd nn
,iami(1y perpSflneutT ihey ate iwifo
tng to become fond of knitting imp
left me it Is the best antl iiervuusiie>s
cure they have ever tried It ren.air.?
to be seen, of course, whether the
present yjTects, whicb are undoubted,
will last1'  ult}
Tbe author of "Anlmale at Work nni
Play" says lbe faculty of amusement
comes early to playful young creatures
lu (he coo lhe bear cubs tuasle wilb
encb otber. and the polar bears wre*
tie while standing In tbeir |Mol thres
feet deep or try to see bow long out
cau bold n not her coder tbe water. Thf
graceful but jrrutt <i|iie gnu in performing bis antics cuts up (be ground of hli
yard with his sharp hoofs, lie runt
aboul his Inclnsiire with great rapidity,
lurniug sharply and digging lbe earit)
at each quick (urn as be wheels about,
Monkeys are. of course, ihe itinstet
players at (he too. How the ofirlrti
dances about with wings spread and
bead swinging In a laughable way li
shown in the accompanying picture
There seems to be an Inborn deslr��
for active movement In most creatures,
and bv such motions tbey gel healthful
exercise as well as amusement. Advanced thinkers on hygiene tell us ihat
ibe most recreative exercise for human
being* may be had In play. This ao
tive movement when miud and tnuscii
are both engaged, brings to both hndj
and mind greal el benellt than can be
had from anv other form of recreation.
Nature long ago taught her bumble!
cream res this, but we have been slots
to learn the lesson -St. Nicholas.
EUSINESS  DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Speculations, agreements of sale,
deeds, business letters, etc; circular
work specialist. All work atrfjtly confidential. ?.'. Broten, Room ��, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE. NO
834���MeotB ln K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'a welcome. P. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator; H. L. Christie. Secretary.
i     ' ���        ���
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. P., is held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock ln Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethen
cordiallv Invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
O.; R. A. Merrithew, V. Q.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
H. \V. Sangster, financial aecretary.
Candid friend-1 can't 'elp snillln'
when i looks at you. Sum, You're
such ii ugly blighter, 'Aven't your kids
never told yer of It?���Turn h.
West rota.)tsr
Transfer Co.
.V* I
Office Phone -185.      Barn Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Baggage D.ejjvgred Promptly to
any jirtstjffpw city.
Light aailfeavf Hauling
*-*r*t*rw--i**t* DEPOT
CITY OF NE\�� WESTMINSTER, B.C
*   J m
Summer fjan(' Bags.
In the region ot hang lings piryte Is
being made up for whlto, ��'���,���;,,,,,^1-
wear. Many bags nre now of crochet,
nnd this looM dunning with a lliiep
frock, hut One can nut as a rule sn.t
much, for the sack of colored en�� ti.-i
il thing that contrives to look fiiigiir
even when It happens to be In com
plete harmony with the tub frock ��>t:i
which It Is carried. Maerame is fciie
cessfully worn with linen 01 tussore
Knga are at the moment in a triinsi
Mun stage, or perhaps they nave fnileii
into line with the fashion in regard tn
other accessories of wearing whalevei
individual whim dictates. An.vtuiw
some of them are enormous sacus
trailing from long cords and nung with
deep fringes, wnlie others are quite
neat and small, su small, indeed, umi
they are merely overgrown purses ano
'un serve uo vanity purposes at all.
The "Bunty" Bonnnt.
Children's millinery is really bewitch
mg For ever.vdu.v wein there are some
"I,nuty" shapes, with rutb<H nlgh
crowns of coarse straw, the crown cur
rying the regulation band of ribbon or
muck ribbon velvet and nurnliers ol
close tilling basin styles In drawn (af
fetn or pliable pedal, some being cum
[iietei.v round und others showing an
inclination to stand out a scintillation
nl en tier side.
Especially pleasing Is a pliable straw
wnlt a narrow brim and high, squarish
crown -in fact, a vertical Paddy shape
Worn at a saucy angle and by tlle
right child, wltb laughing, piquant
face, this Paddy Is an assured success
Nor Is the sugar loaf crown at all ees
splciioiis by its absence, allied for tli*
most part to a pliable brim thnt can be
r.illed or caught up at nny angle most
becoming to tbe small wearer.
There Were Others.
In the old Fourth ward of New York,
where there was a lilg liisli population
there used io ls> a elmiaetet who lived
off wakes He'Watched tlle pa tiers fin
dentil notices, und when a dentil oc-
i imcd in hls neighborhood lle would
pul nn Ills shabby best, drop 'round lo
tiie house of mourning, weep over the
bier, even lli'ou^ll lhe deceased had
been n total MmiBger to him: e ii lhe
virtues of the departed-and tbeu tat
ami di ink until lie could hold no more
Oue night, nceni'dlng to Dick Mulloy,
Hie Tammany politician, the old chap
reached a wake    Ue walked in with
leaky eyes, (o lie met b.v llie (wo slal
wait sons of the dead man
"Vou didn't know our father, nnd he
dldn t know you." ihey fold lilm "You
only came here to get some free drinks
Now, you get out or we'll throw yon
out!"
The dd man t'ot out, but -it the doo;
tie paiiseu fof a parting shot.
"I'd have yon know," he said, ad
dressing the coffined form, "thai you're
jiol the only corp.'e In New lurk lo
night There are others ami " i'1'""^
sight belter lookln' wans too!"-?a(;;i ���
day Kvenlna Post,
The Game of Burr.
The old game ol buzz has (seen almost forgotten, but It Is well worth recalling because of lis fun The mors
the players the greater the fun. The
way to play It Is as follows: Tbe players sit In a circle and begin to count In
turn, but when the number 7 ur any
camber In whicli the ligiire 7 or any
multiple ut 7 Is reached (hey say
"Ru7.z," Instead of whatever the number may lie. For Instance, suppo-dntt
the players have counted up lo t'i. Uie
next plnyer will say "13." and the next
"Ruzz," because ll Is n multiple of 7
(twice Ti The next plnyet wnu'd thei
say "I."," and the next "10," and thii
nest would say "Buzz" because thn
figure 7 occurs In ihe number 1" if
one of lhe players forgets to say
"P.izz" al the proper rftne he ls out.
Tbe game then starts over again with
:he remaining players, and so It Continues until (here Is only one person
remaining. If great care Is taken the
nun,hers cnu be counted up to 70,
which, according io (he rules beforj
mentioned, would be called buzz. I h��
numbers would then be carried on un
buzz I. buzz 2. etc. up (o 70. [illI it i*
seldom that this stage ls reached.        ,
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrlster-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 552 Columbia
atreet, New Weatmlnster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices,
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis blook.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at
law, solicitor, etc: corner Columbii
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
f. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAURI8TER
solicitor aud notary, fil'i Columbii
street.   Over C. P. II. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN & CASSADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Gulchon block, New Westminster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
WHITESIDE & .EDMONDS���Bands
ters and Solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. B.C. Cable addresf
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O
Drawer 200. Telephone (ifl. W, J.
Whiteside. II. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR AND AC
countant. P. O. Box 784. Phone lOtl*!.
II J. A. BURNETT AUDITOR ANt
Accountant. Tel. II 128. Room
Trapp hlock.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets in thi
board room, Clty Hall, as follows
Third Friday of each month; quar
terlv' meeting on (he I jird Friday o!
February, May, August and Novem
bor at K p.m. Annual meetings in*
the third Fiiday of February. New
members may lie proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secretary.
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All   work guaranteed.    Esllmates
furnished iree.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903  Dublin Street. Phone 984.
stsfc ���
.S\
Standing on Hit Rights.
During llie last city election In New
Vork a bunch of trained repeaters
marched Into nn east side polling place.
"Wliat name':" Inquired the elect ion
clerk of the leader, who was red hnir
ed and freckled and had a blink eye.
The voter glanced down at a slip ot
paper in Ids baud.
"Isidore Mendelhelm." he said
"That's not your real name, and vou
know It." snid a suspicious challenger
for the reform ticket.
"It Is ine name." said the repeater.
"antl I'm goin' to vote under It    See!'
From down the line came a voice:
"Don't you let (hat guv blulT yon.
Casey Soliiuly your name Is Mendel
helm:"-Saturday Evening Post
Not a Bit Offended.
������Football guide, sir'/" said the street
vender to the burly man who was bur
rylng to the match.
"No." replied Ihe latter.
"All tbe news, photos of players,
and"-
"No, I tell yer,"
"Past records, flitorea. and"���
"Get out!"
"Information worth a quid"���
Out shot the burl? oae s foot, nnd
the rvxt moment (he youth was sit
tin? n (he gutter. Slowly be rose.
smlied sadly, held up a football guide
ant! conttSued. "No; but, puttln' all
Jokln' nn PPe side, mister, d'yer want
v football gulder-Tlt Bits.
On the Job.
Bam-I fell yvu that offlce boy ot
mine Is a dandy.' He knows just wbat
to do.
Ham-Don't .yon even have to send
hlm out to look nt (he score board;
Sum-Not b.v a long short; he's always theie.- Philadelphia Record
Conundrums. '���'
How does >nrnh iternh^rdt tnke her
medicine?   in cider ,',naliie nen.
".'Yt-* ver? plain child a wonderful otie? Sue is nn extra ordinary person.
Why Is nn orange like a church
steeple? Because we bave u |H-el
from It.
Whv are weary persons like auto
wheels*   Because they nre tired
In what does a lawyer resemble a
woodcock?   In the length nl nls hill.
What word will. If you titKe awar
the first letter, mnke you sick'.'   Music.
Whr should n ship's offlcer never put
his chronometer under bis pillow? lie-
cause ne siiould never sleep upon his
watch
Clothing and Costume.
The words "clothing;" and "costume"*
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were the same "Clothing" Is what is
iised for protection, and "eosfunie' is
the clothing or tbe rarments worn tn
meet the demands of fasnion or of *rn��-
���lal occasions. In other words, "caitn-
inc" Is a general term, "������osttime s
tpccltle one.
Wishes,
Four leef elovei In the rrsse.
Tell me rto yon tirln* In puns
All Ihe wishes rood nml true
tittle children ask ot yout
Do vnui magic leafleta hold
BeeretR fairies must have tnidT
1 have wlahes. one. two, thri-e
Will you (rant them all tu mer
Flrsl of all I want to know
Where the first sprint flowers crow,
"Pilgrim buds" that, plr.k and shy.
Hide away when 1 pass by.
Mv nexl wlah. O clover dear.
Grant to me when summer's here.
Then I wanl so much to know '
Whore the berries thickly grow.
My lust wish, the hest of alt
Jo K�� nutting m the fall
And find walnuts crisp and browa
Thst come gayly tumbling dowal
Now my wishes for the year
J hav* mid you. clover dear,
Hn�� to grant them one and all
lu the springtime, summer, fait
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���^mtMut^mmmtifMfu FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FAOl SHVBW
������H-l Hll H'MI-M 1 M-l-H H-I-M-
A Businesslike {
Precaution
| The Difficulty of Discover-;:
ing One's Faults.
By EMILY   RICKER
^������m-h-h-i-h-m nm n h-m-m
A lung while before Marjorie Ster
lliiH und Trunk Kenyon became cn
eusitl Ihey bud uue of those blgbl}
philosophic conversations on love nue
marriage that persons of Ibe umtlnj
u%v are fouil uf Indulging lu. VMij
they ure constantly talking on the sub
Ject they don't kuow themselves
Doubtless they drop on to It Just as
the birds twitter to eacb ulher during
the muting season. Tbe mau and tin
maid are not always making love tc
���each other when they chut ubout suit
matters, but Ihey are thinking ur lovt
aud marriage, alt the aame.
| Frank, wltb nil the gravity and np
ricanince of wisdom uf it man of fort)
���be wns twenty two-remarked tliat
|to marry was very dangerous owlug t<
the (act thut it man could uoi reall)
know tbe woman he would mnrry uiiti
|nfler he had lived wltb her, wbere
upon Marjorie remarked Hint the glr
was undei the same dUudviiiiiagu. lit
bud uot thought of that part of tin
problem.
"1'or my part." be said. "I woulc
ralbei tnke the rlxk wltb u girl who h
liked by her own sex than popnlai
wltb mine. I don't mean one who b
sought ufter hy otlier girls, for popti
iurliy ts no Index of Intrinsic worth. I
refer to a girl who tins a full numbei
tit Intimate friends who look upon hei
wiih respect'-'
"And I," replied Marjorie. "woult
not risk marrying a popular man I
bare known a voung man to appear It
ii plme nud tnke everything bv (dorm.1
"Socially/"
"Yen socially and with those not It
the Social swift) I have known sucb r
man, I nay, who wns tbe rage for f
while, then dropped to a very Ion
level"
'���.Nevertlieles* when one In about t��
take u   Ule partnei   It  would  be  wei
"IMIFED"   I.M'I.IH. KHANR WITH * TAWN
'IIUITIT    ISN'1  UIU''
to take a hufcUMM precaution In tin
premise*.'1
"What do you mean liy a bu��lnew
precaution?"
"Wlien h oien-luint thinks nt felllm
B loan u lilli nl yowls on eredil lit
looks   titui   op  iliroiigli a  ciiintiiercm
agency "
"I *eo. Marriage la fni more Ittipor
tn nt I linn setting g ootid on credit."
"Ilideeil. II la.'"
Tins ended the dialogue At llu
time It took place nelthei ol the iwt
tlmiiglit tit marrvliiK lhe oilier, Inn
ttie) snw a great deal of each othei
and weie very loiiipaulnnnlile I'rott
being coiii|>niiioiiiinie frank lieunn It
mt in n way indicating io Miirjorti
timi lie was tliiiiklug or RoiiielltlUa
more shrill ctoiipauionslilp lle was I
desiiiilile purti. and Marjorie did no
discourage hlm
Irink miiile up his mind thnt hi
Would like to settle down tu nnirrlet
life with Marjorie, anil Marjorli
Itioiiuht that ahe would like to ��eftl��
down in iiiurricd life wilh Frank
'lliej Umi known each other fnr severe-
jeiirs, nnd nelthei knew anything detrt
mental of the oilier. A marriage lie
iween ihem seemed to hnlb a verj
naiiirnl thing -tbnt la. their inclinations
bclim lor each other. ���
II wns Hien thai Krank concluded tt
lake Unit "business precnoflob" be bat
Mild should be taken In such ease*
���Thus i n r he bnd not by any meant
roiniiiiitcd iilnisett. nml no one bul
hbioeii nml the slightest Intlnmtlot
Ihai he was thinking ot mnrrylnx an)
���Mie lle antl Marlerte moved III Ihi
fame social aet. but each hnd a num
Imt ni. mentis, and It was nut knowt
timi me two were ��wpe<*fnlly Intimpte
"there was nothing to prevent tbe om
giitlierlim opinions of Ihe other eieepl
tlm I iriuirtletlness wliich persons ot ei
fteneliee iiaunllv neipilre.
tine aliernimn at e lawn perty.
r'lutik was alliliiB irtth a Mlaa Mark-
land wnen Marforle pnascd In eom-
pan) with n young mnn recently a^
fired ami i.ifnminfd.
| "time tnMefull.i' Mlsa Pierllng l��
'droned.' remarked the lady. -Thai
costume was mad'1 at Lnfont'e."
"Indeed!" replied frank, *..tli t
jhhii    "I'relty. lent ahel"
"|wi vou think 1101"
������ limit ronY" ("T-
, -.Not pretty jebe'ef wry nlca.''   :,13^j
"Yoo'rt one of her friends. I be
tleve."
"Yes. Marjorie aud 1 are very
Irientlly."
"Anil you consider her fnultlessr
"Ob. no; not faultless.   Marjorie bus
her good points and ber taulis. like lbe*
rest of ua.    There's Just one trouble
about ber tbat  I know-she in a bll
nelllsh "
".Nothing else?"
"Nothing unless she Is not as particular ns she might be uncut wliut ahe
saya concerning her friends "
"OowH Who does sbe any things
about r
The dialogue wns Interrupted nt this
Juncture by ihe hostess, wbo broURbt
up a mun to Introduce tu Mlss Mark-
land.
Kenyon pursued hla Inqulrlea tor a
mouib, by lbe end of which time he
discovered Ihat bis opinion of Marjorie
was entirely erroneous. One of ber
companions ml mil led thnt she was
selfish and traduced ber friends;
another thnt she waa not alwn-s
truthful; another that she waa not re
liable, whatever that meana; another
that she was Intellectually of very
light caliber, nnd ao on. eacb giving
ber m me une blemish and each averring that for the rest she wns perfectly
lovely. Hut unfortunately there different blemishes, taken together, made
up a very disagreeable character.
Frank, to use a forcible but Inelegant expression, sheered off from Mar
Jorte.
Meanwhile Marjorie. unknown tt,
Frank, bud been pursuing a slmllai
course toward Iiiiii She I'new Ills lu
tlmate friends among mer und whill
conversing with Ihem endeavored tr
draw from them bis faults Aftei
making liii|iilrles of bei friends stn
pursued bei investigations among sonu
to whom she was Indifferent, llnall)
taking up those whom she suspected ht
did not like not Ihat be had ever glvei
bet any Intimation of that dislike; w��
cannot lie ih cordial or eiithii-dnstb
lowurd some as toward others, nor cui
we always avoid showing aiitagoulsn
lu our manlier.
However, Is'fore Marjorie had tin
Ished her Investigntlons she notice!
that Frank hail discontinued ccrtnli
loverlike looks nml actions nnd had re
Slimed treating het merely as a friend
Why he had changed bhe (I'd tint
know, having no suspicion Hint he line
been making Inquiries about Dei nuf
of the result of Ibtme lmpilrles. I lei
Investigation of blm bad not elicited u
single fault Kvery one ahe hnd lalket
wltb ubout blm spoke well of lilm
some very highly. A few had seeimt
Indifferent loward hlm. but had not nc
cused hlm of any fuult. Naturally thb
gave her a high opinion ot him anc
cuused her the more tfl regret lh��
change In hlm. to say nothing of tb��
wounding of her amour propre.
One day she wns Iterating hei
brother for some delinquency and li
tbe heal of tbe argument said tn lilui
"I wtxb yon were as line it fellow u��
_Krnnk  Kenyon "
"What makes joti tblnk him a tlm
fellow >"
"Why. I hnve tulked to hls met
friends, tliose who are Indifferent t'
blm and some wbo dislike hlm Th<)
alt speak in the highest terms of bim
"Of course lhe) tlo to you."
"Whal tlo )ou mean by in roe>"
"Don't yoo know tbnt It's a prlm-lpii
with men always to B|>eiiS well ot oth
er men lo women."
"No," suhl Mnrhirle. ���urprlscd.
"Well, tboy do i was talking WHI
Tom llaiiwell about I-rank Keiiroi
lhe other day and Tom culled Keiiyot
n cad "
"Why, Mr. Hnrt well told mc Ibat tv
regarded Mr. Kenyon as a spietidi;
fellow."
���Of ei��irse he dui. Id leb nny glr
tbnt iilsod my w-orst eneiuv."
"Oh. m.v hismIocss graciona: Thai
lsh I sptvi! log tlie troth."
"II Frank should usk thc.tml* nlsm.
you Ihey would speak (he irolli or hi
least wbat they consider the truth
They would say some very nice Iblhjp
about yoo  btit"-
"1 know wbtil yon mean."
"I tloitt inenn iin.vlblim illsresjiei-lfii
of girls or claim any advantage lot
men The one acts in n feminine wnr
(he other In a uinwiillne wny. 'I hi
business lives men lend mtike then
wnry ��>f gelling lido trouble by lelllnj!
lhe truth. It Isn't because Ihey are nt
nwfiilly nice nlsiiit It. I hough everybody knows that men's and women*
standard of honor are different II
you want adverse opinions ol Frank
Kenyon I can net Ihem tor vou by llu
cart load, but they wouldn't He wortt
anything."
Tbla conversation opened Mnr|nrle>
eyes to lbe cause of Frank Kenyon*
change toward her. What could stn
do about Itl Maidenly modesty for
bade ber asking if be bail mnde In
qulrlea about ber. ns be onee Inlimattf
he would tin "Um conteiuplnllitg mat
rlmony. Khe deeltled on nn entirely
different eouny. l'he next time tbe)
met ahe wna very cool toward blm.
This changed tbe situation Krnn��
naked her wbat In* bad done tn offeno
ber SMie replletl tbat be had dom
nothing Ue pressed uer for a reasot
for ber coolness, anil she told blm thai
ahe had learned that he was regaolec
aa a cad by hla fr^etida.   ,.��
Tbla bmiisht atmut ��� tuhiln�� point
Frank confessed tbnt be bad learneo
"abe had all the faults in ibe diction
arv. admitting tbnt be bail made thi
Inqctriea lieeessarv Jo elicit the Infor
mallon. Mnr(orte conres��ed tbat ahe
too, htul sought the truth and bad oni)
got It trom one man ��� ber brother,
Then Ihey monnod. nuii Frank fell
for Miir|orle�� mind, drew her toward
blm nuii shltl:
"Tbe only wav wo can Snd ont each
other's faults Is to get married."
���'Hot  web love eacb other deapltt
them, won't we IT
���Indeed W�� Will.* j-."'      .;��!*���*
Humor and
Philosophy
Sir BVMCA/t IP. SMITH
PINING FOR A RUN.
T 1STEN. boya!
*S.   Whal manner of nolae
Is that?'
ls It the cat
Bcratchlns on a tin pant
It It a man
Dropping change Into a toy bankt
Is It a tank
Leaklns 0>t a til* floorT
la It (hs snore ,    ���
Of s acci Inn boa*        ''
Or nails ret iltn* across
A sheet of ilnT
What la the din
AnywayT
All wrong: your guesses display
Ignorance.
That noise I* the tense.
Nervous flt
Of tlie dark borse
Champing ai bis bit
Once every four years
H* hear* *
The nolae of tha fray.
Smells smoke far away
And pleada to be entered
At leaat ror place
In the presidential race.
Th* favorites danc* In glee,
Tree
Aa June bugs to com* and go
And to show
Their fancy gait.
He must watt
Till the othera have had their fling
Before lie can get In tb* ring.
lle knows hia metal;
He knows his skill
And hls ability to nil
The bill, ]'.
And. Indeed.
lie Is pore nf his speed.
llu Is In line trim,
Put the rare Is not for him.
He must patiently chew hay
Ami wait hls day.
Leav* It In Repose.
A Blunt Bishop.
Famed for his blunt critieirm. Dr.
Sheepbanks. formerly Bishop of Norwich, ��ng., has died st that city st
the age ol 77. Dr. Sheephank*. who
had been ill for nearly two months.
was strong in his denunciation 'if
clergymen, who, in bis opinion,
sought too much popularity with ladies, and he was also a strong critic
of costly bishops' palaces, short sermons, and the week-end liabi'. Hia
early pioneer work and hardships as
a missionary among the Cariboo Indians in British Colombia endowed
him with a blunt outspokenness vhich
he never lost.
He was a missionary from 1JM to
1867, working among the miners in
the Canadian further west, mending
hi* own boots and clothes, sleeping
on the ground, bunting with the Indians, and enduring the utmost rigor*
of pioneering. At the end of his service he walked across Mongolia antl
came home to Kngland. After many
years of work for the Church '���<��� wa*
appointed Bishop of Norwich iu IB',13
bv Mr. Gladstone.
GOLD DUST wpl
sterilize   your kitchen   things "and
make them wholesome and sanitary
One View of it.
"What is this here isteopatliy?"
"It is the bcience ol manipulating
bones."
"Pshaw!   Then it's nothing but tha
��nd part uf the minstrel show."
.��� , i.
His Succest.
"He's one of our successful young
business men."
"That so?   In what way?"
"He succeeded ir. picking oul a father-in-law with capital, to invest."
Her Abilities.'
"Do you believe there is anything
in mind readingf"'
"If there isn't my wita's an awful
good guesser. She never has to wait
tor tn.* to do anv confessing,"
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and without harm to.""
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hands.
"Let the GOLD
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your work."
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-=*te
"Don't you think ber voice needs
training?"
"It does."
"What would you suggest ?"
"I think I should train it up tbe side
of tbo house ur.d tuck It tbere."
Rsvoli'tienary.
"I suppose you will lw planting t.'ow
erssDou. Mis  r'.iinvn?"
"No; 1 tblnk not.'"
"Wby. 1 um surprised. You sjiwnys
have sucb lovely Rowers."
"1 tlituk 1 sball raise chickens this
year'."
"Why. I tbought yon bated ihem."
"I do, but my neighbor nest door Is
going to pic nt a giirden."
"But I dou'i aee"���
"Oh. 1'ni so mortally tired of bearing
his wife brag ibat ber husband never
loses bis temper."
True Test
"I am for Congressman Roncome every time."
"What do you see In blm?"
"He says he cun trust tbe people."
"Oh. that sounds very well!  Any one
coillu trust the people If be were draw
Ing n congressman's snlury. but If be
really menus It let bim start a grocery
store."
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No Tourist
"V.'l^en do you leave for Pasadena7"
"We ro to Palm Beach instead "
"Ilenlly?    1  thought yon  preferred
Pasnilenn."
"I do. Rut. you see. they are adver
Using: special rutes out there, aud I
can't bear tu be classed with tbe cbeap
Johns." ....--    i! i
'Foiled. '��.���;,
lie ordered up a taxicab        "*"*
That he mlsht make a show.
The driver charged him in advance.
And su he couldn't go
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
To reduce flesh une might try cutllnx
lbe grocer's aud milkman's bill in
lis i ves.
We do a few things because we want
tu du tbem ond all tbe others becauae
ws are afraid not to do tbem.
Sometime* being sorry for wbat Im
has done Is merely evidence thnt n
nfllu has some doubts of the success of
lb* nest thing tbut be ta contemplnt
Ing.
One reason why aome people never
acknowledge thnt tbey are wrong mny
be that such evidence seems to be
wholly superfluous
Toothache la ono of tho occupations
tbat ure atieunoua enough to abut oat
every otber consideration.
It doesn't require extraordinary eye-
Bight to discover trouble, but eluding It
ta quite another matter.
Deutb bn* quit riding oa tbe pile
horae since the red automobile arrived.
There tv girls who can't tell tbe difference between romance and a large
male biped wttb a curling mustache.
Re kind to yonr neighbor. Tou never
can tell wben you may wast blm to go
on your ball bond.   _
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23,  1912.
EVERYBODY LIKES
THE PRINCESS
ELECTRIC IRON
It is Reliable, Superior
in Design and Workmanship.
Price $4.50
and is Guaranteed for 5
years.
SOLD ONLY BY
Anderson & Lusby
THEN   AND    NOW.
City News
Twelve Yeara Has Made Some Alteration to Westminster.
Mr. H. J. Woodward, publicity manager of tbe Parker Shows, sees great
* I changes In Westminster  and locality
The telephones of the Westminster | sine* he visited here last In 1900.'
Dally News now, are: During that year ho passed throueh
the   clty ou   his   way   to Vancouver
with the  Mnrray and Mack   Opt:rat!o
Editorial Office 991
Business Office  999
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
TENNIS   TOURNAMENT.
The following la the draw  fcr  today:
3.30 p. m.
Court  2- E.   N.   Sutherland   versa*
It. H.  Ktrtoheon.    Court 3���Miss    If.
Shildrick  versus  Mlss N. Armstrong.
4  p. m.
Court   I���Ji   A.  Motherwell   versus
Mr. J. J. Jones, of the Westminster Trust Company, paid a buslncHS
visit  to Chilliwack yesterday.
Wanted���woman sewer on carpei.a
and  shades,  at Lees,  Ltd. **
Rye bread���like your mother us-*.'
to make. Eighth Stroet Bakery, Tele-
phone R 281. *"
Mr. Fred Cairns, of Mr. A. W. Mc
Lcod's office, was absent from thc
city yesterday on a busineijs trip to
Milner.
Sale Now On
During July large reductions In ladles' and men's suits, of best goods
(all this season's), are being ofTered
This Is a chance not had every day.
Call and see thera at
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
44  Lorne   Street.   New   Westminster.
m ; Mr. U. J. Stewart was taken to the
Royal Columbian hospital this morning suffering from an attack of appendicitis.
Miss GlTtrude Dinmond, cf Oils
city, leaves today for Sprliigdale.
where she will take charge of the
adiocl   for   lliat  til strict.
Company.   He came north from New' I). Shildrick.
Whatcom, now iJclllnabam, on the
Q. N. R. to thn north side of the
river, and as the bridge was not constructed then he crossed to Westminster In the old ferry boat.
At that time the streets o' tbc r.tv
were regular mud-hole1* -nyh Mr.
Woodward, and very few ��� I the pr< s-
ent buildings were then bu'.'.t
OBITUARY.
The Columbia    Tlsno    and    Music
loiine, 622 Columbii street,    Ih lieiul-
mariers for Victor flramMplicneB antl
Records.
���*
BUNGS THE DOG DAVS. DONT
Sgm.   TOETR   FAMILY TO  LEAD    A
notra   Lira   when  roo  are
DBAS AHD GONE SIMPLY BE-
GAUSS TCtO WERE IMPROVIDENT
A LiPE LVSL'RA.NI.'E POLICY
COSTS BC.'T LITTLE, YET ITS
BENEFITS        ARE      BOUNDLESS
COME  LV
OVER.
VXD   LET  L'S TALK    II
Alfred VV. McLeod
M>
INSURANCE
��7 Coiumbis St.,
Phene   *Z. New   WcstminsU''.
CATTLE WAm to keej. off ��>s.
INSECT J'OVDJJH,
MOTH HAU.A AND BAGS
MOSQUITO   OIL   lb   ki.cp   Off   Mon
'���'.'".t.c*.
LIME J171*7 S.
LEMON..VDS LIQUID AND POWDER.
DLilNFIECTANTS.
B    'J.CiN  LQTTCH*4. ���*����
W.A.TEK.    WBBM    AND    BATHING
CATS
Evi B   SjBVLESS, ETC
The real estate nml Inmii'iince flru
if Sheriff. Rose and company ban
, been dissolved, Mr. T. D. Slierrlff
i carrying on tlm business and Mr.
I Rose,   retiring.
The   maoadamlzlng   of   Brunette
street, Sapperton, Is now pretty wall
advanced,   and   It   Is   expected   that
| the work will be completed m u few
days.
High grade, medium price an-1 nl
grades of pianos antl player pianos,
tow prices, easy payments Bl the Co
lurnbla Piano and Music House, 522
Columbia itreet, **
A Creek named .Tim cniiiiM. appear
eii before Magistrate Bdmondi patter
dav morning and pleiulcd guilty of
Helling ll(|iior without a license. A
fine of $50 nnd coBts wus tmpOMd
by  the court.
Mr. F. J. Hart, accompanied by
his wife and son, left this week for
a three week trip to Montreal nml
Toronto via Senl tie and Chicago ovei
the Milwaukee and Puget Sound rail
.alf.
A gang of workman from 111.' Has
sain Street Paving Company started
to repair a pnrt of the Columbia
street pitveineiil Opposite the It. C. E.
otlice    yesterday.      An    automatic
���iIppiii tfUtlttOfld drill bring- c.sed jt
U\*> work attracted a great deal ot
alBteaOoii  tram  pameralqr.
Sheriff'!;  uuH:.  Friday,  Aupn.pl   Bs4
ut :', p. in,, nt Uc.vir. nostauKamt 'ito:
i'k"";r. Hii;litli atesat, nesir <'.uliin:i>:<:
i i iljltti. 22 chairs, B arasei doom
new Kooteimy mime cooking tttaB
-iK lai'fie I'elr.iAciif.'.ir. !���������: Of ftiSbes
8tC��� taliit- cloths, I.i,. ie.:ir. SWIOjU
etc. "
Mr*. P. Crui'.e. iS>9 Tmtstt prmmiP
who  luis   been   ii!     fpr     IHM    <l:j<-<
liioutbb past, tputprtaeat a soIpss c>
>-iut.iou a*\ ib>- Wtttt Bo4 private hoe
'ii'.ai. V*we*9uv*tr, yesterday moralist
Sbe is now AiAitx a��  wll *** can  Ij**
expected, although stXA lo a '"^y erf*
ii'al  condition.
it now develop! tbut th* tsss
which iviin mired up in a runaway -ai-.
ciiieni ut Bapperton on Tuesday af'
ernoon waa nol owned by (be Acme
Hods Wuter and iiotuiii<( Company
Mr Umi, manager of tne concern
stated yoHteitbiy that no acoitfonl bai
happened to uny ut the. teams of tbal
���i.iiipuiiy.
Members ol ths plumbers union
wiih tbeir wives and frbnda will bold
their flrsl annual picnic at Bowen
island on Saturday, (laying the city ;
>u the nine o'clock car to Vancou-
I'M, where they will board the liar-
unba. Tbc picnic 1* oot confined
to  invitation  and  all   frlerds of the .
4.30  p.m.
Court  2 -;A.  C.  Eddy  versus L,  A.
Lewis.    Court 3-Mlss Shildrick and
A. B.  Sellery versus  Mi33 E.  Homeland  Canon  d'Easum.
6  p.  in.
Court   1���D.   Shildrick   and   A.   11.
Lloyd  versus W.  H. G.  Phippa    ami
Napier   Smith.
5.30 p.m.
Court 2���Mlss N. Armstrong and
LU8IKU- The remalna. of the late B. S. Hutcheon versus Miss J. Peole
.lames J. LUslcr. the Westminster and J. A. Motherwell. Court 3 Mlss
man who met bin death at Bloom- H- Annandale and A. P. Pratt versus
inglon. 111., on August 7th, arrived winner of Mlss M. Shildrick and A.
In the city yesterday morning and B* Sellery veraus Mlss E. Homer and
were conveyed to 1024 3t. Andrew Canon d'Easum.
atreet.    No  particulars concerning 6 p.  m.
the death, other than that thc Ac*-1 (.ourt j__A, R Sellery and R. Mer
ceased was killed In a railroad ac- CPr versus B. R. Pellv and J. Scott.
c'tlent at IHoominxton, 111., accom- Thf. matches on Wednesday result-
pnnled   tbe  remain*.    The  funeral   ert a-3 f, >i()W-s-
wlll ta^o r.1uc. this morning at Napier Smith and W. If. Ph'pns
K.30 o'clock. Rev. Father O Boyle beflt R B Hutchson und W. A. Gold
mil conduct funeral rites held over   Bmith   6-1   6-3
the body In St. Peter's church af-1 A 'n Selleiy and R. Mercer beat
ter which Interrnent will be made A c Kd(Jy and j A Motherwell. 61
In   the  Roman   Catholic  cemetery.   6.3
The cilgar maltcrs' union, of which | '^iss N. Armstrong and R. S. Het
the deceased wns a member will cheon beat Mlss D wngon and K M
be  represented at the  burial. |	
llOOTH-^l'he death occurred this
morn'ny of Frank Booth, aged 58,
at hla roeldeuce. Eleventh avenue,
Burnaby. He Is survived by his
widow and one duughter. The fun-
oral will be held from tho EaglcR'
hnll on Sunday, at 2.30 p. m��� under Iho auspices of the Eaglea, of
whicli order tho deceased was a
member.
Pitcalrn. 0-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Miss   K.   Martin   beat   Mrs.   Elson,
6-1, 6-8, 7-5.
I     E. N. Sutherland   beal A. P. Pratt
7-5, 6-3.
Mls><  E.  Comer beat Mlsi D.  Wilson, 6-1, 6-3.
j    Mlss M. Shildrick and A. R. Sellery
beat Miss J. Martin and E. R. Pellv,
j6-3. 6-3.
M;ss J. Peele beat   Mias   H. Rand,
I 6-3, 6-1.
!    A.  B.   Lloyd  beat  A.  H.  Ford.  6 3,
6-1.
on the Banjo, Zither Banjo,
Mandolin, Mandola, Mando-
Cello and Guitar.
W J. Lawrence
Leave Instruments for tuning or repairing at J. H. Todd's Mnslc House,
419 Columbia Street.    Tel. 694.
McBWBN The funeral of the Inte
Rev. T. II. McEwen took place yes
terday afternoon from the home cf
his son. Dr. E. H. McEwen. 12Q9
Fifth avenue, to the Olivet Baptisi
church. Many members of the
clergy were present ns well ns
largo numbers or the laity. A most
impressive aervlce wns conducted
b.v Rev. A. T. Buker, who In his
addreas paid touching testimony
to the aterllng character of the departed pastor. The pallbearers
each of whom at one time held the
position of deacon ln churches Dl
whit* the late Rev. McEwen was
pastor, were ns follows: Mr. J. A.
London, Cornwall. Ont, E. L. Web
ber. Alex Sangster. New Westminster, Messra It. B. Horton, Robert
PebeHson. Captain Mclvcen nnd
Mr. Philip Feuvre. Vancouver, nnd
Mr. James Cram, of Maple Ridge
Many floral contributlrns were rc
ccjved  from  friends  and  relatives
FUNERAL NOTICE:
Annandale Supply
!      Company
Leading Lines  for
Week End Shoppers
Groceries:
TEA.
Aunatulale'u special blend of Ceylon
and Indian shows thc highest value
obtainable in high class teas. Per
pound   5Qc
BAIRO'S   PICKLE?,
ln Mired, Plain or Mustard, 2 Bottles
fcr       25c
TICKLERS   STRAWBERRY   JAM
In 2lh. glass jurs. Just the whole
fruit and pure cine sugar. Jar  ..45.
ROCES   LIME   JUICE   CORDIAL
.lust the right beverage for this wen
ther.  reg.  50c  bottle,  for       40c
"UTILITY"  CREAM
Regular 20 oz. cans      3 for 25c
Provisions:
PICNIC   HAM?
I Sv.ee; and lean, averaging about Tibs
, at,  rer  pound    17'/2C
C'jok':A Ham, sliced, per pound. .40:
F.'iglish Stilton Cheese, imported.CO:
Canadian Cheese,  full  flavored	
I   2lbs. 45c
THE    INSECTS,   ROACHES,
WATER BUGS, ANTS,  ETC.
from getting a foothold In 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 ot all
kinds.
Get your supply today at
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Block
Tb? rj��ul)erE ot Ne.v Westminster
SePta Ko. 2M. nre rtrxjue-sttfed Xo SSSCM-
<jii- iii Ui<? K*;rii-s Hui) ii:l SOnday,
IJMjpist ZStb, at 2 p tii.. for Uie pur-
���>C$*- cf nijul.iy xhe funeral cf our (jp
ate brothar, P. tt'i'.'i Vltttiat mem
Iter* ars*. ir.vittd to attend. Servient ZZU o'clock.
J. J.  RANHOl.I'i:'.  W.   P
H. SCHOWEUD, Secretary.
��EE OUR SHOP WINDOWS FRI
DAY AND SATURDAY FOR THE
FIRST AND FRESHEST ARRIVAL
SEASONABLE FRUITS AND
VEGETABLES
BORN.
There was born on Wednesday,
August 21, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
'.itiiKiortl, of (M4 ,'v vuith avenue, a
daughter.
ANNANDALE
SUPPLY CO.
PHONES   1   AND ��7.
~r-
rpaization arc  welcome to attend
_*. |
Curtis Dim Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43: L. O. 71:  Res   72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
i    ��� ���>> -���������������*r i*-- tl. li***   j
-  peat Cb&eWrtal    '**-**->i,'   ';la'.er-i
... ra at rhe Cof'i-"'.,..1 ?'i?..o Boose j
-   Ctty   '.all.     M-hi'*-  and  guar  :
usteed bj   ae nat}      lag Cblck*i\*gi '
Wkfetas  -.linos.  ���-.;;-  -le ni'on.ier    of j
bs t|M    Ws '���iivs* o-'ber piano flayers j
it Ipa ii : ���      -.    rice ������
C'���*.'.'.*'. ,..:   -���-.--.'.,     a^?rc^-.iting    in;
value  Jv.)  vcre  is*aeu at  the bofld  '
TRY THEM
KOOTENAY
CHOCOLATES
MADE AT MISSION CITY
25c to $1.25.
Mli'S DRUG STORE
Four doors Knst of Bank of
Montreal.
New WfftflUjieter, 8. C.
i  ng  Inspector's  cf'xe  yesterday,  the
: largest  of   v.hieh   was   taken   nut   by
Mr. J. C.ibsou  Pjr a $4<W addition to
Us home oe  Eighth street. The others were John Duncan, shed for hous-
j ine  sti-vp   wagon  on   Fourth avenue
i $150,   and   \V.   IL   Cilley   automobile
I sarage on St. George street. $200.
,l The Important light In which thc
English newspapers regard the western trip of the Governor-Ccneral is
demonstrated by the tact that the
I boded Daily Mail has detailed Mr.
II. Hamilton Fyfe to cover the news
of tho trip rrom town to town. Mr.
Fj fe will accompany the Royal party
on their special train and besides reporting the progress of the party, will
write it tv."les of special articles cn
the  Dominion.
The   case   against    Al    Hooter,     al
proprietor of a pool room in the city, |
wiih   left   to   the  jurisdiction    of    a
higher     court     yesterday     morning:
Magistrate Kdmonds committed Hool-!
ey   for   trial.     Ite   is    charged    with (
stealing a $20 watch charm from lbe)
peraon  ol   Frank   Mitch. 11.  white  thel
latter  uns playing pool in Hooley'jsl
establishment   Tha accused was re-
presented hy Mr. J. P. Hampton Bole
while  Mr.  Martin. pimecuU-d !/'r  Uia
city.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE nE3l-
dence lots In good locations, und
gced investments at tbe prices they
cxn be bought for now. Suitable
terms can be arranged.
NO. 500���FOURTH STREET, 60x132
to lane. Price 1775.00; one-quarter
caah.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE. 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; ono-thlrd cash.
NO. 1233���FIFTH STREET, TWO
lots, 60x132 each to lane. Price
510.M) each; one-third cash.
NO. 1289���PRINCESS STREET NEAR
Secoud Street; 48x132; $1,000; oue-
tbird cash.
NO. 1195 ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
nnar Fourth Street, two choice lots,
cleatBd; $1,270.00 each; one-third
casli.
NO. 1313���DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twi llth sireet, un upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 50x120 to lane.
I'rice $i;>D0,; one-third cash.
NO.  1288��� FIFTH    STREET,    NEAR
sixtli avenue, B0zl31| cleared and
graded; $2,00ii; ono-thlrd cash.
NO.   950���5   LOT8   ON   TURNBULL
tit ice t, 50x110; cheapest good lots lu
the city. Price $.',00 each; one-fifth
cnsh.
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Kdinbtng street; cleared and ready
to build on. Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three aides.
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO. 1143���WISE ROAD, FACING
south, 67x114 to lane; cleared and
in orchard. Price for a few days
only, $1,100; one third cash.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1801.
We write Fire, Llle, Accident, Employers' Liability,    Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. EYVELL, Secretary.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Modern  Saw  Mill  Machinery
JOHNSON SHINGLE MACHINES
PETERMAN   LATH   MILL   MACHINERY.
YALE AND COWIE GASOLINE ENGINES
CANNING  AND  CAN-MAKING MACH
JOBBING WORK OF ALL CLASSES PROMPTLY
New Westminster
���HNERY, I
EXECUTED. 1
r, B. C I
E.  H.  BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. F. H. BUCKUN.
Pres. and Geni. Mgr. Vice-President. Sec. atd Treas.
SMAIL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER COMPANY, Ltd.
MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE.
Phones No. 7 and 877.
SALE OF
Government Lots
AT
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C
August 28th and 29th
3.S.  "PRINCE   RUPERT,"  and'PRINCE GEORGE," will leave Vancouver  August   22   and   August 25 at   Midnight.
$35.00   ROUND  TRIP',   including meals and berth.
Full   Information at City Ticket Office.
527 Cranville Street Phone Sey. 7100.
NO BOG LAND.
FINE WATER SUPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE SUBDIVISION
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Ha* BATHING, BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
OVER   70  COTTAGES  ALREADY BUILT   IN   THIS   SUBDIVISION.
We run a general store and sell at clty prices.   A new four-story
hotel just completed.
LOTS from $350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those building this season.   Our Mr. Sands has an
office on the property.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TOWNSITE AGENTS.
WATCH FOBS
We have now in stock the largest assortment of Watch Fobs ever exhibited in New
Westminster.   Examination invited.
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
THE
JEWELER
ELECTRIC
Irons, Cookers
and Heaters
ELECTRICAL   WIRING  A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
Phone ���>56
���>3 Sixth Sireet
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