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VOLUME 7, NUMBER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING,  NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
FOR WOODROW WILSON
Democratic Triumph Is Unparalleled in History of United
Stites -Three Fourths of Electoral Votes Favor Wilson���
Taft Makes Microscopic Showing���Defeated Cand dates
Send Congratulations to President Elect
��te. Elec. votes.   For.
ilabama  12���Wilson
rizona     3���Wilson
tkansas    9���Wilson
klifornla  13���Wilson
blorado     C���Wilson
bnnecticut     7���Wilson
Blaware       3���Wilson
jorida     6���Wilson
eorgia  14���WllBon
aho     4���No returns
jjinols   29���Roosevelt
Sdlana 15���Wilson
swa  13���Roosevelt
Kansas 10���Roosevelt
Kentucky  13���Roosevelt
oulsiana 10���Roosevelt
ialne     6���Roosevelt
iMaryland       8���Roosevelt
I Massachusetts 18���Rooseveli
Michigan   *  15���Roosevelt
Minnesota   12���Wilson
Mississippi 10���Wilson
Missouri  18���Wilson
Mofitana     4���Wilson
Nebraska      8���Wilson
Nevada      3���Wilson
New Hampshire       4���Doubtful
New Jersey   14���Wilson
New Mexico    - 3���Wilson
New Vork    45���Wilson
North Carolina  12���Wilson
North Dagota      5���Wilson
Ohio 24���WilBon
Oklahoma 10���Wilson
Oregon        5���Wilson
Pennsylvania 38���Roosevelt
Rhode Island     5���Wilson
South Carolina      9���Wilson
South   Dakota        5���Doubtful
Tennessee 12���Wilson
Texas  20���Wilson
Utah        4���Taft
Vermont     4���Taft
Virginia    lil-Wilson
Washington     7���Roosevelt
West Virginia     8���Wilson
Wisconsin    13���Wilson
Wyoming     3���Taft
ing prosperity, I sincerely hope It
may be. The vote for Mr. Roosevel-
md Air. Debs, Socialistic candidate,
is a warning that the propaganda, in
favor of fundamental changes in our
constitutional representative government has formidable support. I shall
always stay a Republican in politics."
President Taft stated that he had
ileolded to return to Cincinnati and to
follow his law practice.
He wired the following message to
the president-elect:
"Cordial congratulations on your
election. My best wishes towards a
successful administration.
"(Signed) W. H. Taft."
Wilson's Thanks.
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 5.���Responding to a telegram from the Democratic national chairman, asserting
that Governor Wilson unquestionably
was elected, tbe Democratic candidate
sent a despatch to Mr. McCombs as
follows:
"1 deeply appreciate your telegram
and wish to extend to you, and the
.Members of the campaign committee,
my warm congratulations on the part
you have played In tbe organization
ind conduct of a campaign fought
out upon essential issues.
"A great cause has triumphed.
Every Temocrat, every true Progressive, of whatever alliance, must now
lend his full force and enthusiasm to
the fulfillment of the people's hope,
the establishment of the people's
right, so that judgment and peac��
may go hand in hand."
This was Governor Wilson's first
utterance of a public character following his acceptance of the repcrt3
that he had been elected.
Roosevelt's Statement.
Oyster Bay. N. Y��� Nov. 5.���Short!)
before    midnight    Colonel   Rooseveli
made the following statement:
I    "Thr American people by a   grea
LIKELY COMPETITOR
IN REEVESHIP RACE
Mr.
B.  G.  Walker   Is Mentioned  for
Highest Office in Burnaby���More
Starters Probable.
TURKEY STRIVES    ^ WW* TO
TO SAVE CAPITAL
Edmonds, Nov. 5.���A new feature In
ihe fast approaching municipal elec
tiou in Burnaby was brought out this
evening when It became known on excellent authority that Mr. B. G.
Walker, president of the Burnaby
board of trade, was a likely candidate
for the reeveship.
Up to the present time Mr. Walker
has made no reference whatever as
to allowing his name to be placed on
the election forms In the capacity of
candidate for reeve, but a movement
is on foot to nominate the well known
resident of Edmonds whether he is
willing or no.
As president of the board of trade,
Mr. Walker has been Interested In the
settlement of the franchise question,
both as a member of the joint transportation committee of Greater Van
couver and as president of the board
of trade, but in tbo recent events
which have taken place with regard
to the B. C. E. R. be has yet to come
out with a statement.
If Mr. Walker allows his name to
be presented, this will meau at least
two candidates for the reeveship of
Burnaby and there ts a strong prob
ability of one or more persons also
seeking the honor. Several weeks
have to elapse before the nominations
close and the people of North burnaby
and East Burnaby are said to be
grooming candidatcs for the highest
'ionor of municipal politics.
Councillor McGregor haB come out
Ratfooted for the resubmission of iho
franchise by-law. North Burnaby wil'
support him if they have uo candidato
to place in the field.
Where does Edmonds and East Bur
naby come in ? A mass meeting w'V
he held in Moreton hall on Friday
evening when the franchise will be
'.'ne chief topic of discussion. Ther-1
may and there may not be startling
developments. Burnaby politics ara
3ubject to change without notice and
anything short of an earthquake ls
liable to strike the largest municipality on the lower mainland before
'be municipal elections In January
������ome along.
Powers DecLne to Move Until Balkan Allies Ask Intervention. ,
Servians Join Bulgarians In Attack on
Constantinople���Powers Rush
Ships to Dardanelles.
FCRM ASSOCIATION
Preliminary Meeting Held Last Night
���Will Beneflt Traders and
Citizens.
Last evening twenty-three men, rep
resenting some twenty different mef
chants of the city, met tn the Con
servative club rooms for the purpose
of discussing the formation of s
Merchants Protective association.
Mr. E. C. Traves being elected
chairman and Mr. T. I\ Phillips seere
tury, the meeting was called to ordei
and Its object was explained by tir
chairman. This, in brief, was to tr)
and form an association to help tht
merchants of the city to avoid the
getting of poor accounts on thei:
books, to help the merchants in the
collection of bad accounts, and foi
any other purpose that would be for
the benefit of both merchants and citi
zens.
lt was agreed b.v those present tba'
they form themselves into an associa
tlon for the above purposes and thai
the secretary forward notices to all
the merchants of the city requesting
them to be present at the next meet
ing, to be held in the same place on
Wednesday evening, November 13.
At this next meeting it is expected
that the association will be properly
formed and that a secretary-treasurer
to carry on the work will be elected.
Applications for this position should
be sent in to the acting secretary at
P. O. box 472 so that the same can be
brought before the meeting.
Total   531
Total tor Wilson, 395.
Total  for Roosevelt, 112.
Total for Taft, 11.
Doubtful, 13.
New Vork. Nov. 5.
of the United Statea by ono of th��
largest voles ever polled and also
one of tbe largest landslides ever
recorded In the history of American
politics, elected Governor Woodrow
Wilson, of New Jersey, president of
the American republic.
It  was  one of the  most crushing
blows that one of the two great polltl-
haa ever received, and up
.
plurality bave decided tn favor of Mr
Wilson and the Democratic party:
Like all good citizens I accept the re
suit with entire good humor and contentment. As for the Progress vj
cause. I can onl.v repeat what I have
already so many times said, the fate
The eleetorat; of the'leader for the time being: Is of
i little consequence, but the cause itself must In the end triumph for its
triumph is essential for tbe well being of the American people.
"(Signed) Theodore Roosevelt."
About the same time he Issued his |
statement, Colonel JtooiAsvelt sent th.;
following telegram  to Governor Wilson:
"The American people by   a   grea'
C0UNOL10R IS NOT
ANXIOUS TO STU
London, Nov. ��.���If as reported, the
Bulgarian attack on the Tchalaja
forts has already begun, no details
have yet been received. Doubtless the
Turks may be fighting small engage
ments with a view to delaying the
Bulgarian advance, but it is hardl>
likely that the Bulgarian army ha*
sufficiently recovered, after recen-
exertions, to undertake a sustained
battle. The Bulgarians are now u
long distance from their base of sup
plies and the four days' battle mus
have necessitated a renewal of the
supplies of food and ammunition.
The fact that the Servian army hat
been called to the aid of the Bulgarians is held by some to indicate that
the Bulgarians realize that It will be
no easy task to reduce Constantinople
The report that the Constantinople
water supply has been cut is not con
firmed. Derkas, where the cutting U
alleged to have occurred, Ib within
the Tchalaja lines.
Would Save Capital.
The Porte Is redoubling Its effort:
to save the capital and has made u
second appeal to Prance for media
tlon, but there is no sign that the
powers will move In the matter untli
the allied states make a similar application, which is exceedinglj un
likely.
In the meantime the Turks continu-
to mobilize in Syria and are taking
all possible measures for a strong re
slstance at Tchalaja.
Constantinople is quiet, the embas
sies have applied to the Porte for
permission for thc passage of a sec
ond cruiser of each power through tht
Dardanelles.
Still   Hold  Out. Though the plans of the harbor lm
Scutari and Adrlanople   still   hold  provement project have been approv-
out, and there ls no Important news  ed by the Dominion government th2
from tbe field of operations in   other I matter of forming a commission tor
I dirt Ellens. '   1 the purpose ot directing the affairs of
I    In reply to the Turkish request   for 1 Westminster port under whose juris
I mediation, the Russian government tn 1 diction the big  scheme would come
formed the Turkish ambassador that I haB not aB yet been authorized by the
BILL IS PREPARED
Will Be Presented by Mr. J. O. Taylcr,
M.P., at Forthcoming Session
of Parliament.
l*at>lpi**S:*.'      ��������� .
SPEEDY REFORM
NOWPROMSB)
Extension cf Land Registry
Office ard Increase m
Staff.
Efforts Towards Locating Grain Terminals on Fraser���Progressive
Association Executive:
N. R.���
Holdings fn Coquitlam to O.
Question of North Road Bridge
Coming Up.
Russia was willing to mediate in cooperation with the other powers provided they were given full power.
Retreat to Asia Minor.
London,   Nov.   6.���The   Bulgarians
government,
The necessity of having such a body-
formed at as early a date as possible
waa expressed at a meeting ot the
harbor committee of the council nnd
cal parties
to a  late hour this evening Wilson | plurality huve conferred upon you th
had    received     395   electoral   votes  highest honor In their gift.     I   con
against Roosevelt, 112; Taft 11.
Thirteen to Come.
Thirteen votes are yet to be counted, these being New Hampshire, 4;
Idaho, 4; and South Dakota, 6. In all
there are 531 electoral votes. Pennsylvania, which has been given to Roosevelt, Is still doubtful, but with bright
prospects of a Progressive success.
Thus ends one of the most bitter
and spirited political campaigns that
has been waged in America since the
time of Lincoln and Douglas, In   the
Civil War days.   It has demonstrated j
that the populace either    wanted    a I
Democrat or a Radical Republican In |
the White House, and according    to |
many the old rock-ribbed machine of
Republicanism has died a death from
which  tliere will  be no resurrection.
William H. Taft, the president of the
United States and a candidate for reelection, received a matter of eleven
votes only in the electoral college.
Results  Undoubted.
Tbere are in all four states In th'
doubtful column with equal chances
to each candidate, but the ultimate
' result wlll not affect either of thn
three nominees. Wilson Is tbe next
president of the republic, with Roosevelt a bad second, while Taft can be
placed In the "also ran" class.
Reports from all over the country
Indicate that tbe Democrats stood
shoulder to shoulder for Wilson and
polled a solid Democratic vote. Fears
of Roosevelt being elected no doubt
made many Republicans staunch supporters of Taft vote for. Wilson also,
thus leaving tke president In the
lurch.
Returns from Stites.
While tho returns trom the different
states as to the state elections are
������yet meagre, all indications point to
the Democratic tlokets being dragged
through In tbe landslide.
' Congress Is sure to be Democratic,
while the election of United Statea
senatora In many of tbe states wlll
no doubt mean the overthrow or the
Republican majority, thus giving Wilson a clear fleld to pursue his policies.
Taft Republican Always.
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 6.���The following statement was made by President
Taft late this evening after the returns showed that Wilson bad been
elected by a large majority. ���
"Returns ensure the election of
Governor Wilson to the presidency.
This means a ehanee of economical
policy In reference to tbe tariff. If
this change can be made without halt-
grattilatc you thereon.
"(Signed) Theodore Roosevelt."
Wilson's Successor.
Newark, N. J.. Nov. 6.���A Demo
crat will succeed Woodrow Wilson as
governor of New Jersey. Democrat?
elected four of six state senators
thereby displacing a Republican majority or one with a similar Demo
cratlc majority which will elect Wll
son's successor.
New York Flopped.
New York, Nov. 5.���Woodrow Wilson was the choice of the state of
New York for president by a plurality
estimated at midnight at about 200,-
000 from returns received from nearly
every election district In the greater
elty of New York and from all except
r-00 of the 3903 districts outside of
New York City.
President Taft led Colonel Roosevelt by about 75,000 votes.
Comtressman William 8ulzer was
elected governor with a plurality esti
mated at midnight at about 175,000
over Job B. Hedges, the Republican
nominee, who. In turn, led Oscar
Straus, candidate for the Progressive
party, b�� "bout noon vnt��8.
Wilson Olad It's Over.
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 5.���Governor
Woodrow Wilson was asked how h��
felt today. "Like a boy out of school,"
he replied with a slgb of relief, for be
admitted that the campaign had been
a hard physical strain. His scalp
wound, received In the motor mishap
two days ago, did not bother him, be
said.
Most    of    the   Atv   the governor
spent   In   answering letters.   A small
oartv wns at the Wilson home tonlgh
to hear the returns by a private tele
graph wire.
R.
MR. HUMPHRIES EDMONDS
TAKEN SERIOUSLY ILl
Suffering from neuritis and sover��
Ilver trouble. Mr. W. Humphries Ed
monds. brother of Magistrate H. t,
Edmonds, of this city, was brough'
down from K^mloqps .vesterdav and
taken to the Vancouver general hos
pital .where be was reported last nlghl
to be In a very critical corrltt'on, and
doubts were expressed whether be
would I've any great length of t'me.
Mr. Edmonds Ib district registrar of
titles nt Kamloops. where his wife and
four children reside. Magistrate Rd
monds, of this olty, is very much concerned over his brother's condition,
particularly In view of the fact that
he wa* taken 111 very suddenly.
A similar letter from the G. N.
officials to tbat addressed to the' Bur
naby and New Westminster councils
has been received by Coquitlam muni
cipality, regarding the proposed high
level bridge across the Brunette cree*
at the North road.
The Coquitlam councll will not meet
intil the 14th inst., when It will com.
ip for consideration.    The proposal:
>t the company to divert the Brunettt
road  through Councillor Atkin's pro
perty to a point farther up the N'ortl,
-oad than at present have been known
for  some  time  In   the  vicinity,  and
nlans   were  previously  submitted  t'
he Coquitlam council with the devla'
ion marked.
Councillor Atkins has, so far, however, declined to sell his holdings, al
hough repeatedly approached by a G
\\ R. envoy under the   guise   of   a
benevolent old gentleman purchasing
small farms for his relatives.
Meantime the steam shovel at thc
and cliff north of the O. N. R. tracks
ibutting on the North road and south
vards Ib kept busily at work scoopim;
mt train loads or material dally.   Ar
he  bank recedes the rails are laid
iloser to facilitate (be loading of the
lump cars.   A vast difference is   al
-��n dy manifested In the size of the
bill.
Mr. J. D. Taylor, M.P.
BRITISH COMMONS
DOWN ON SUFFRAGE
Canadian Marconi Stations.
London, Nov. 5.���The Marconi company announces tonight that they
'iave signed a contract wltb tbe Cana-
lian government for the .meratloi
ind maintenance of nine additional
nations on tho Great Lakes. When
he stations are completed the com'
mny wlll receive an additional sub
tiAy from the government of 181,000
r>er annum. The agreement is for 19
years.
tPPPPPPPPp:
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EXPERT BOARD ON
FI8HINQ MATTERS
Ottawa, Nov. 5.���An expert
board to advise the marine and
fisheries department regard'ng
the fishing Industry generally
Ib boing considered by the minister. The Idea Is to have
branches of the fishing Industry���deep sen, coast and lake
and rivers���-renresented on an
advisory board which wonld
meet regularly and deal flrst
'���ind with questions affecting
the fisheries, legislation along
thnt line Is anticipated at the
coming session.
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ironoon,   Nov.   6.���Tne   Bulgarians  ****** mts ������i��w "* "�����-- owwuuu um
/succeeded   in   forcing   the   Tchalaja /with the assistance of the city solicl-
I lines and advancing on    Constantly |tor a bi" covering the matter   was
fople. says a Constantinople despatch   drafted which  will be presented    at
I to the Daily Telegraph.   The Ottoman   Rie ?���*' session of the parliament by
J government will be prepared to adop*
the most extreme resolutions in order
to avoid signing   a treaty   with   th-
Bulgarians at Constantinople.    The;
will pass over   to   Asia   Minor   ant
organise resistance there, leaving th'
Bulgarians to settle matters at Cei:
stantinople directly v^ith the powers
"At the present   time   in Turkisl
circles, however, the hope of defend
Ing the Tchalaja lines has not beer
abandoned.    It Is now officially con
firmed that Turkey agrees to plac?
herself In the hands of the powera. A
note In whloh  the Porte  announcer
this agreement contains the phrase.
'In view of the Immediate cessation
of the hostilities Turkey leaves to tht
flve powers the fixing of the terms oi
peace.'
Must. Make Offer.
"Turkey has proposed that the
terms should be discussed at a joint
'council of the cabinet with the am
bassadors. The ambassadors have
given the Porte to understand thai
while they accept the principle of
mediation It wlll not have the least
chance of success If lt Is to take the
'form of a simple Invitation to the Bul
garians to Interrupt their military
operations without making them any
corresponding concrete offer.
"Tbe ambassadors advised the Porte
to declare that It was left entirely tc
Europe to arrange any basis of media
tlon which Europe agreed as posslbp
to acceptance. The Turkish govern
ment agreed to follow this advice, bu
learned that tbe Bulgarians had determined categorically to refuse any
offer of mediation, that they were resolved to march into Constantinople
and sign the treaty there without permitting themselves to be restrained
by tbe possibility of an ulterior revision of the treaty of Europe,"
Warships Arrive.
The military attaches and corres
nondents returned from the front to
day. Thn British and' Russian cruisers
have arrived and French warships art
expected here tomorrow.
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PATHFINDER'S LECTURE8
PROVING SUCCESSFUL
Mr. Thdmas W. Wilby, the pathflnd
'ng autoist, ln a letter to Mr. p. W
Luoo, secretary of the Canadian High
vay association, yesterday states tha'
he has arrived at Winnipeg and haf
delivered his flrst lecture, which wa?
a thorough success.
He proposes calling the book be Is
wrlt'ng on the tour "Across Canada
by Motor Car," and will dedicate It to
thp wigiiwav association, the subject
will bn treated from the broad standpoint of Imperialism. Speaking witb
regard to bis lecture, Mr. Wilby stated
that financially It was all that could
be desired.
No Votes for Women in Home Rule
Bill���Window Smashing and
Arrests  Follow.
London, Nov. 5���The suffrage movement suffered a setback In the House
of Commons today when an amendment providing for woman suffrage,
which it was desired to Include In the
Home Rule bill for Ireland, was defeated by 314 against 141 votes.
As a protest against the rejection
of the amendment suffragettes went
on a rampage in Bond and Oxford
streets. They smashed many windows.
Two of them were arrested.
WASHINGTON VOTES
ON SALOONS OR NOT
Belllngham Continues   in   Dry List-
Everett Goss Wet���Intense
Interest Evincsd.
Belllngham, Wash., Nov. 6.���Presidential election held second place
hsr* today, tha chief Interest being
Shown as to whether tha olty would
continue ln the dry column or change
back to the times of two years ago
when the liquor interests were allowed leeway.
The people decided tbat two yeara
of abolition of the saloons Justified
the situation continuing the same, the
vote polled today showing a majority
for the drys of 282.
Favor Saloons.
Everett, Wash-, Nov. 5.���After experiencing two yeara as a prohibition
town Everett flopped back Into the
wet column on a vote by the people
today, a majority of 600 favoring the
saloon interests. /
The result came as a surprise to
many, while Joy reigned ln the camp
of the lubricant brigade.
Every assurance that tbe work ef
extending the land registry offiw
would be started within a short time
and that every effort would be mage
to improve the existing conditions la
the office was contained in a letter received at tbe executive meeting of Bar
Progreaslv association last nlgbt ttoia
Mr. II. C. Hannington, provincial inspector of legal offices. ThU was is
reference to the complaints recently
made.
The communication stated that aa
enlargement of the present boildiag
had been determined upon and that a
tentative sketch of the improvement*
had been executed. The alteration*, it
was added, were delayed through thc
resignation of the superintending
architect, and tke time necessary ror
his successor to become acquaint**
with the conditions of work under construction In the different department*.
Twelve Men Added.
Twelve new men lt was also announced had been added to the staff
during the present year, and it waa
the Intention of the authorities to add
four or five more as fluickly aa ths.
registrar would become able to take
them. Mr. Hannington would be <a
Westminster in a few days himself, tt
was stated, in order to look over tha
ground with the registrar and make.
preparations for the extensions:
The committee of control is leavhvj
no stone unturned in the advisement
of the Dominion grain commission*���
and other Interested bodies aa to tht'
advantages of the Fraser river as a
site for grain terminals.
Grain Commissioners.
In a report at last night's meeting
Secretary K. Myers stated that   this
committee had   taken   in   hand   tha
grain terminal matter and had   foe-
warded considerable data concerniar
the Fraaer river to the commlssloneii
together with the tollowlng resolution.
Assuming that the Dominion government has under   consideration   tha
building of elevators on  the Pacific
coast be It resolved that this comnit-
tee ask the Dominion government soi
grain commissioners to consider ths
accompanying   facta   concerning lh*
Fraser river, and   the   port   of New
Westminster in determining a site ftr
the proposed elevators.
Notices of the resolution -und "ta-
formatlon were also mailed to tht
United Farmers of Alberta and tha
Organized Farmers of Western Canada.
River Information.
The nece.i9ity of supplying correct
Information regarding the Fraaer rives
was also taken up by the commit**
of control and considerable data aaa
compiled and, together with Captain:
Todd's statements and a letter ham.
Mr. Worsfold, Dominion resident ea-
gineer, was forwarded to tha Brithe
admiralty, tbe hydrographic office at
Washington, D.C, the board at tnis;
Lloyd's (England) and tc Mr. JL n
Taylor, M.P.
A suggestion that the Progressiva
association take a hand in tne salting municipal elections was troegtt
forward and Messrs. W. E. Sindete.
T D. Sherriff and Otway Wllkie was*
appointed a committee of afdvlsemeat
on the matter to report ' at a isler
meeting.
Supports Order.
Tho request of the Victorian Otter
of Nurses that tho association appoint
a delegate to the organization maefhqg
of the order on November 14 was.
granted and Mr. L. M. Richer***
will be requested to attend Hsr
gathering. Tbe executive ripisasss'
Itself as In favor of the object* of tka
order.
A number of specified complahrtt
mads with regard to the lighUeg aa*
the condition of the roadway oa tka
Fraser river bridge were left wttb tte
municipal committee to take what action was necessary. It waa BBamat
that the lighting was deficient aa*
that the roadway waa In a wisliiai.
condition.
To Hold Lundhaon.
Ths entertainment committee maa
Instructed to make arrangements tar
another luncheon to be held aa aam
aa convenient. Msyortosffllaav
vited to speak at the Tunctloe.
Tuesday. November 14, was sat ae
the date on which the general Mating of the association will be taUL
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1912.
Classified Advertising
C.P.R. OTFICIAIS SAY
STRIKE NOT SERIOUS
RATES.
Classified���One cent per word per
tlay; 4c per word per week; 15c per
month; 5,000 words, to be used as required within one year from date of
contract, $25.00.
Birth or Marriage Notices 50c.
Death Notice 50c or with Funeral Notice Jl-00. Card of Thanks 60c per
inch.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED ��� TEMPORARY OFFICE
assistant. Apply at 9 a. m. on Wed-
day to W. Griffiths, Comptroller,
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C.
(27)
E X P E R IENCED STENOGRAPHER
desires temporary position at once.
Apply P. O. Box 13 City. (18)
WANTED ��� LADY CASHIER AND
parcel wrapper; must also understand bookkeeping. Apply at once
in person. Johnston's Big Shoe
House, Limited. (21)
WANTED���STRONG GIRL FOR GEN-
eral housework in family cf five
(three children). One who is not
afraid to assume some small respon
sibility. Apply in person to 630
Tenth St. (20)
WANTED���AT ONCE, AN EXPEAl-
enced stenographer for law office.
Good salary. Apply in own handwriting to J. P. Hampton Bole. (16)
WANTED���POSITION AS HOUSE-
keeper in hotel or private house.
Experienced. Address "M," 331
Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE
FOR* SALE���ABOUT $150 WORTH
of good nickel-plated shoe window
fixtures. The lot for $25. Johnston's
Big Shoe House, Limited. (23)
FOR SALE��� CHEAP, GRAFONOLA
and 107 records; 815 Agnes St. (19)
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1,00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada "Range Co.,
Market Square. 4
NEWS    CLASSIFIED    ADS
seller and buyer together.
BRING
TO RENT.
FOR RENT���STORE ON COLUMBIA
Btreet, 20 x 66. Apply P. O. Box 422.
(11)
FOR RENT���TWO-ROOM SHACK, $5
per month.   Box No. 28 News office.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT OF-
flces, heated, low rent. Apply to P.
Peebles, 620 Columbia St. (17)
FOR RENT���LARGE BASEMENT;
under Johnston's Shoe Store; steam
heated and well lighted; suitable
Tor offices, barber shop, etc. For
particulars apply Johnston's Big
Shoe House, Limited. (22)
TO RENT ��� TWO FURNISHED
rooms; every convenience, boarding
house near.   209 Fourth avenue. (71
TO    RENT���FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping rooms at 224 Seventh street.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un
���derslgned, and endorsed "Tender for
Electric Elevators for the Custom*
Examining Warehouse, Vancouver, B.
C," will be received at this office until 4 p.m., on Monday, November 18
1912, for the work mentioned.
Tenders will not be considered unless made upon forms supplied by Department and in accordance with conditions contained therein.
Plans and specification to be seen
on application to Mr. E. E. McGregor,
Clerk of Works, Vancouver Examining
Warehouse, Mr. H. E. Matthews
Supervising Architect, Winnipeg
Man., and at the Department cf Public
Works, Ottawa.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Honorable the Minister of Public Works,
��qual to ten per cent. (10 p.c.) of th?
amount of the tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 25, 1912.
���30076. (2)
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeplng rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
hall, corner Eighth street and Agnes
street. (5)
FOUND.
FOUND ���FIVE B. C. ELECTRIC
railway pay checks. Owner can
have same on application to the
News office and pro-lng ownership.
PERSONAL.
Scientific Palmistry
Room 320 Dominion Trust Block.
(16)
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
OTYLOTS
Two on Regina street, 52^x126,
"Cleared. $1500 each.   Terms.    No. 1.
Two on London street, 50x130, $900
-each.   Terms.    No. 27.
One on Second street, 42x162, $630.
Terms.   No. 29.
One on Simpson street, 40x132, with
shack,. $995.   Terms.    No. 12.
One on C.arfield street, 50x132, $700.
Terms.   No. IP,.
TENDERS.
Traffic at Fort William, However, Is
Practically at Standstill���Elevator
Men Go Out.
Fort William, Ont., Nov. 5.���The
staff of the Dominion grain inspection
office here went out on strike today,
taking advantage of the strike of the
C, P. R. employees. The strike did
not last long,, however, as the grain
commissioners, when seen by a deputation, stated that they .would do all in
their power to have the request of the
men satisfied.
The men want a six-day week, get-
tine a day off If Sunday work Is necessary.
Had the men remained out every
elevator would have had to close down
and the grain traiffc would have heen
completely tied up at this vital point.
The men state that they will give the
commission a month to accede to their
demands.
Traffic on. the C. P. R is almost
completely at a standstill. Merchants
with perishable goods In cars, which
they cannot get, are threatening suits
for damages.
Montreal Conditions.
Montrea], Nov. 5- Mr. D. McNicoll,
vice-president of the C. P. R., when
asked today about the strike, said that,
a few misguided employees, members
of an impossible organization, had
gone on Btrike at Ottawa and a few
other points of the line, and that several of the vacancies thus created
were already filled, and he anticipated
no trouble in filling the balance.
The new order contemplates embracing every employee from the highest to the lowest in the company not
a member of some organization or another. It so far embraces 36 different
classes of the employees, with evidence of more to follow. Men in confidential or governing positions are being solicited as members, and even
watchmen, policemen, etc., are being
asked to join.
"I am sorry for the old employees;
they have no reason to go on strike
as our men are paid better wages than
on other railways, and anyone with a
real grievance can always get It adjusted." said Mr. McNicoll.
"The heads of the departments hav3
instructions to see tn the welfare of
the unorganized laborer and I am sure
that, from the increases, continually
advanced, they are doing so."
The officials point to the refusal of
the Hon. Mr. Crothers. Minister or
Labor, to grant the union concerned
a board of conciliation as all the justification required for the company'���>
refusal to deal with the union. All
the unions the company recognizes
consist of a well-defined sphere of railway activity, and it is possible to lay
down schedules to be generally applied. In this instance, everybody Is
taken in from confidential employees
to common laborers, and it is Impossible to deal with the men as a whole.
According to the officials at Wind
sor street, none had gone out at Montreal or Quebec. Arrangements are.
fill all the vacancies at Ottawa,    Sherbrooke    and
with the main Idea of the design for
an improved British stamp in the sue-'
cessful adaptation of the Royal Standard as a frame device, and an excellent portrait of King George has been
embodied In the stamp design.
This collector's stamp, with a temporarily modified Inscription, is to bo
shown at the International Stamp Exhibition, which was held at the Royal
Horticultural Hall, provides the public
an opportunty to compare the government's latest attempt and that which
has been obtained by philatelic and
���technical experience.
Compared with the first King George
stamp, the new one issued by the Post
Office Is finer and of a lighter scarlet.
More space is provided for the head of
the King, which Is, therefore, larger,
and is in profile instead of three-quarter.
The figure "I" is in eaph of the lower corners, so that the words "One
Penny" do not extend fully across the
stamp.
Perhaps the change that ls most artistic is the substitution of the heavy
wreath around the King's head by a
lighter and neater border, with laurel
leaves bordering only the lower half.
The wordB "Postage Revenue" run
alongside the crown in a plain straight
line instead of in scroll work.
The control mark of the new one
penny stamp Is "C 12." The designer
Is Mr. Bertram Mackennal.
A new three-penny stamp, with portrait of Kng George after the coinage
portrait, has also been issued. It if
in the same design as the recently Is
sued two-penny stamp, and is printed
in violet. A "control" appears on this
stamp, "A 12." This is the first t'me
the control has appeared on any value
higher than one penny.
CANADA OTTERS GOOD
HELD FOR DRAMA
Miss Percy Haswell In London Interview is High in Praise of Dominion Theatres.
London, Nov. 3:���There is no better
field for the exploitation of good drama and good opera than Canada, In
the opinion of Miss Percy Haswell,
who has for several years been a leading star on the Canadian stage. Miss
Haswell has come to London to look
over the theatrical offerings of the
early season and to purchase some |
new plays.   Incidentally also she was
SNAP
A new six roomed house on Oak Street,
much below value. $400 handles. Balance
as rent. Come in and let us show you this
snap.
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
WOULD CONFER ON
DEFENCE QUESTION
Australia Considers   Sending    Minis
ter to Vancouver to Meet Hon.
Winston Churchill.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, and endorsed on tho
envelope "Tender for Gasolene
Launches" wlll be received up to noon
of the
20TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1912,
for the construction ot two Gasolena
Launches tor the Fishery Patrol Ser-���, ���.,,,.. .       ���     .,.. ,   ,
vice, in the Province of Britsh Colum-'?���*Z ??��**  t0,
bia, of the following leading dimen-
sion3, namely: ���
Length overall 45 feet.
Beam 10 feet.
Draft  4 feet.
Each boat to be equipped with a
four cylnder four cycle 6 ln. by 8 in.
standard engine.
Plans and specifications can be procured upon application from the Chief
Inspector   of Fisheries   at New Westminster,   Inspector   of   Fisheries   at
Nanaimo,   E.   B. Schook,   Vancouver,
and from the Agent of   this   Department at Victoria, B.C. |
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a cbartered I
1 Canadian Bank equal to ten per cent.'
I (10 p.c.) of the whole amount of the
��� tender, which cheque will be forfeited
if the successful tenderer declines   to
enter Into a contract or falls to com
I plete the boats in accordance with the
tender.
Sydney, N. S. W��� Nov. 5 ���Falling a
subsidiary defence conference In Australia, the suggestion is made that
when Mr. Winston Churchill visits
Vancouver, advantage should be taken
of the opportunity to hold a naval
conference there, to which representatives from Australia and New Zealand should be invited, forthe purpose
of discussing co-ordination of the var-
ous British units for the defence of
the Pacific.
This, It is thought, would likely
prove agreeable to the Commonwealth,
though the Minister of Defence has
not yet committed himself. Should
the minister go, It Is hoped that the
visit will also result in the establishment of an Australian commercial
Agency in Vancouver.
The Victorian Government has
borne the entire cost ot overhauling
and repairing the ship Aurora that was ]
used on the Antarctic expedition. The
vessel is now in excellent condition, I
and is thoroughly flt to battle with
the ice in the Antarctic seas.
The State Minister   of Education ln j
New South Wales proposes to Intro- i
: duce a bill Into the next session of th?
anxious to witness the premiere of her j Legislature,   permitting   every   pupil
husband. Mr. George Fawcett, in "Th' | with ability to go to the Sydney Unl-
Great John Canton,"   which   was   su j versity free of cost,
well received at the Aldv.ych recently.      An   exciting  incident   occurred   In
Miss Haswell  is  most enthusiastic | connection with the strike at Walhl,
about    Canada's   wonderful   progress  New  Zealand.    Five  hundred of th 3
and prosperity, and expressed the be- j strikers' sympathizers gathered in the
lief that the Dominion would ultimate- j streets, wildly demonstrating   again**
ly rival the United States as a theatrl-  free laborers.   They were armed with
cal centre. I sticks, and threatened to take charge
"In  fact." added   Miss  Haswell,  "I jof   the   town.   The   mounted   police
doubt if the people of England   have | charged the mob, aud quietness wao
LITTLE GIRL TURNED BACK.
Nine-Year-Old    Tot    Refused   Admittance to U. S. Because She
Is Alone.
Nelson, Nov. 5.���Unable to speak *
word of English, a little 9-year-old
German girl with a tag attached to
her clotting, was placed on board the
Oreat Northern train at Nelson yesterday morning with a ticket for Spokane, and on reaching the International boundary line was turned back
by the United States immigration officers, because she was not accompanied by a parent or guardian.
For aome hours last night the tot,
very much bewildered, was In the
Great Northern ticket office while
constables endeavored without success, to locate her father, who, she
says, ls A. Mandan.
Through a German boy, who acted
aa interpreter, the child gave her
father's name and Bald that he was
building a house in Nelson. He had
sent her to Spokane to meet her
mother, whom she had not seen since
Bhe waa 4 years of age. The tag was
pinned to her clothing so that her
mother rould pick ber out on reaching the Spokane depot.
'The girl said that she came from
Winnipeg four weeks .ago, and stnee
that time had been In Rossland. Some
German people took charge of the
girl last night and today the search
for the father will be resumed.       a
IMPERIAL
COUGH
SYRUP
any clear idea of how amazingly   fast
Canada is growing.   The best part of
lt all to me, however, is the fact that
In the scramble for riche/i the Cana-
j dlan people flnd time for the refining
iniluenc.es of life which broaden the
'mind and deepen the emotions. Art
' is keeping  pace   with   prosperity   lu j being $20,000,000 more than the  pre
soon restored.
The frozen meat exports during tbe
week Included 25,645 carcaseB of mutton to England and one thousand to
Canada. The Commonwealth's exporta
for nine months totalled 1265.000.ono
thus providing the    largest    lncrea-ie
several of the other points where the I growth and development.   This Is es-  vious year.
fjmp  IMC1 IO 4 MOP      Cheques accompanying unsuccessful
rltvCi llNijUI\AINL>lL  tenders will be returned.
I    The Department does not bind Itself
British
We represent only
Board Companies',
in your own land.
British Crown Flre Association Corporation.
Northwest Fire, guaranteed by tho
Union Assurance Company, of London,
England.
General Flre Assurance Corporation,
of Perth, Scotland.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Fire, Accident, Plate Glass, Automobile, Burglary, Employer's
Liability Insurance.
strong   nriuan j to accept the lowest or any tender and
Keep your money   reBerves the r|ght to accept a tender
for either one or two boats.
Newspapers copying thU advertisement without authority from this Department wlll not be paid for same.
ALEX. JOHNSTON,
Deputy Minister of Marine and
Fisheries.
Department of Marine and  Fisheries,
Ottawa, October 11, 1912.
���30219. (30)
T. D. COLDICUTT
Must cell half an acre a few yards
from Sixth Street car line, East Burnaby, for $1500; $500 cash, balance S,
12 and 18 months.
Modern five roomed bungalow on
Eleventh avenue, $2250. Electric light
and city water on premises.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 18S.     Barn  Phons 137
Bsgble Strait.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
��ITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Andrew Clausen
Expert repslrlng of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed,
541 Front Street      N"- City Market.
Fall Suits
for Ladies and Men
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
10   Lorne   Street.   New   Westminster.
men have gone on strike.   More than
! 100 men are out at Calgary.
For instance, at Sherbrooke eleven
men were Immediately employed to
fill the vacancies.
Three Thousand Men Out.
Ottawa, Nov. 5.���Three thousand
freight, passenger and other grades
of clerks, car checkers, bagga?>. men,
freight handlers, yard office men, etc.,
employed by the C. P. R. at station^
all over the line of the system In Canada are stated to have gone on strike
today at a given signal flashed from
Ottawa by A. Mosher, president of the
Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Employees, of which the employees In
question are members, following a refusal of the company to grant an Increase in wages from 15 to 30 per
cent, and payment for overtime.
One hundred and twenty-flve men
employed by the C. P. R. at Broad
Street Station are among the strikers. At 9.30 this morning they left
their work and shortly afterward, officials of the C. P. R. said that many
of the positions vacated by the strikers were filled by experienced men
who came from Montreal for the purpose.
"As soon us the baggagemen walked
out, men taking their places walked
in," said H. B. Spencer, superintendent of the Ottawa division of the
system, who declares that business
here is not being seriously hand!-
I capped.
Emergency Meeting,
i Toronto, Nov. 5���While the effects of
) the C, Pi R. frelRht men's strike hav;
not been felt In Toronto as yet, thc
wholesale firms engaged in dry goods
and grocery trades, and In the produce
bualness generally fear serious Interruption to trade and financial Iosb If
the stride Is prolonged and the railway company la unable to fill the
places of the strikers.
If steps are not taken Immediately
to end the Btrike several prominent
business men are planning to call an
emergency meeting and ask the board
of trade to assume the role of mediator. No action has yet been taken
h" *ha Canadian Manufacturers' Association.
pecially the case with the drama.   Il
is not so many years ago that Mon-1
treal, Ottawa and Toronto were about
the only Canadian  cities sufficiently
interested in the stage   to   make   It j visit Canada In the interests of    Im
Government Willing.
London,   Nov.   5.���It   is   expected
that   in   the   event of Mr.   Winston
Churchill accepting the invitation   to
worth while for touring companies
from the United States to visit them.
Even then profitable support w,, not
always given. Now, however, all that
has changed. Every town of any size
from Quebec to Victoria has a splendidly equipped, modern theatre of
which any municipality might be
proud, while some of them would be
ornaments to many a large city
Europe
perlal naval defence, he will vii't
Vancouver, where an endeavor win
be made to arrange a naval conference with Australia and New Zealand.
These two countries wlll be asked
to discuss with the British statesman
the question of establishing -various
units or defence in the Pacific ocean,
as it is felt that such a conference
in! would prepare the way for more frequent naval consultations between the
"All things considered I do not | imperial government and the Domin
think there is a finer theatre any- j ion governments,
where in the world than the Royal Al-1 Although the scheme ls onlv In
exaudra In Toronto. In artistic deslg.i, the making. It has met with fa��or-
and treatment, decorations and color I able support In the Commonwealth,
scheme It is the equal of anything I j where sny such consultation would
have seen in New York or London, i nsn'nt the federal government ln Its
while I doubt lf the Grand Opera ! endeavor to create a strong iunlt of
House In Psrls can boast a finer stair- defence, In,Australian waters,
case and foyer.   The dressing rooms
This is the best
Ready Made
Cough Syrup
on the market.
We back up
this' statement
with our guarantee to refund
the money in
any case when
not satisfactory
Curtis Drug Store
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEW3
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENTS
BRi.NG   QUICK   RESULTS
are models of comfort   and   convent
ence.
"Many Canadian companies can play
an entire season without ever crossing
tbe border. Moreover, a big syndicate
of Canadian and English capitalists
was recently organized for the purpose of building a chain of thirty new
theatreB In Canadian territory, so thst
English stars and companies, after
achieving �� fresh London success
cnntil net I" Bn entire season with
profit '" tho Dominion alone.
"Ir the larger e't'es nnd towns, too
po*<i"lnr stoe'' c-inrap'ei nre now es-
f'bliHbe'i vhich periodically produce
ti.p re'gntng ruc-ossm of London and
I New York, And In the past three
j vinr-i overv ore nf them has shown a
handsome profit."
WOULD NOT RETALIATE.
NEW PENNY  STAMP.
Great Britain Withdraws Lion Issue,
Which Was So Unpopular.
London, Nov. 5.���-The Lion penny
-tamp, which has done duty since the
Coronation of King George, Ib already
obsolete, having been overwhelmed by
criticism. Without any previous announcement the Post Office on Wednesday launched on the public a new
and Improved penny stamp, from
which the recumbent Hon is absent.
Philatelists have been the moat vigorous critics of the stamp just superseded, and have backed up their crlti-
o'sm by endeavoring to Bhow the authorities a perfect stamp design, obtained by competition among artists,
Ttie results of that, competition provided the   Junior   Philatelic   Society
Sir George W. Cross Says it Is Poor
Method of Warfare  When  Hague
is as Handy.
Toronto. Nov. i. ���"I don't recommend retaliation as a mode of settling
International disputes, except as a lasl
resort," Baid Sir George W. Cross, ln
his address to the Canadian Club today, dealing with the Panama Canal
situation.
"It is a mean sort of warfare. Ws
have the foreign office to appeal to,
and behind that lies The Hague, where
the disputes regarding the fisheries
treaty were bo satisfactorily settled a
year ago. But, whatever course Is
adopted, the Canadian government
should not fall without delay to make
Its complaints known through the
proper channels at Washington.
"Our commerce between the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts la growing; we
are not afraid of fair competition ln
regard to It, but any discrimination
by which It would be hampered or Impaired Is of national importance, and
no evasion of a treaty Bhould be allowed which would prevent Its fullest
development."
FQ8TER WILL BE BACK.
Minister of Trsds and Commsrce Will
Take Part In Coming Session of
Parliament
Ottawa, Nov. 5.���Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Minister of Trade and Commerce.
Is  expected  baok  from  England  In
time to Uke part In the discussion on
nr/hTlSnor the Old Country
to take part In the sessions of the lm
SUtf Trade Commission. Mr Foster
did not expect to return until the middle of December. However, the sessions will be finished this month, so
that Mr, Foster expects to sail Novem-
beThe7eommlsslon leaves for Australia
on January 15, and If the naval debate
Is completed by that time and Mr.
Porter gets his West Indies trade
lament through the House he will
sail for the Antipodes on that date.
Foster Replies.
London. Nov. 5,-Hon. Geo. B. Foster replying to the report published
ll Canada that he ls likely to be seen
very Httle ln Parliament this season
potats out that he W��s for Canada
on November 27, and that as bo proceeds for Australia vla T��w���� ��
wlll not be necessary 'or him to start
till the middle of February. Mr. Fos
ler Krlldded that It was hi. Intention to proceed to Australia.
Foster Wlll Make Attempt.
London, Nov. 5.-Whlle he Is In
England the Hon. George E. Foster
will probably Uke the opportunity of
approaching the chancellor olI the ex-
chequer with reference to ����'����������
securities of the Canadian provinces
placed on the British Trustee llrt. Although he appreciates that It may he
difficult of accomplishment ne win
urge the ImporUnce of the matter.
When the Hon. A. J. Matheson, treas-
urer of OnUrlo, was here he took up
the queston and alnoe his departure
Lord Strathcona has made similar
representations.
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
WSSTMINSTEE DAILY JjfEWS
PAGE THREE
Dry Goods ���-_- - Furniture
LEESLIMITED
NOVEMBER
Pictorial Review Patterns
HOME FURNISHING SALE
30 Days Of Profit Sharing With Our Customers
THE SEASON'S GREATEST BUYING OPPORTUNITY
WE START TODAY THE  MOST MOMENTOUS
HOME FURNISHING SALE OF OUR EXPERIENCE
Our    Great    Sale   Of   Last   November   To   Be   Eclipsed
BARGAINS that cannot be duplicated await you here in this sale. Thousands of dollars' worth of up-to-
date merchandise offered to you at prices that represent savings of one-fourth, one-third and in some
instances one-half. We shall continue this sale during the coming 30 days, adding special bargains as lines
are closed. Prepare to take advantage of these marked down prices. Every article bears a plainly marked
ticket showing the great cut in prices. . .
Above just gives you a faint idea of the low prices we shall make.  Tomorrow's paper
tells more of the story.  Every one of our five great floors will have a message to you
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practice pending a court decision. To
havo done otherwise would have been
to disrupt the market and unsettle
commercial conditions.
Albert ans remember the prosecution
of the lumber combines too vividly to
waste a great deal of sympathy on
those who may be unfavorably affected by this decision. In this country
an ample supply of lumber at reasonable prices Is almost essential, and
anything in the nature of a combination for the purpose of controlling
prices or limiting output is almost
criminal. Canada must recognize that
Its fiscal system exposes it to much
danger from trusts. There Is no need
to alter the flscal system under which
tbls country has so greatly prospered.
An adequate control of trusts and
combinations is essential to the permanent prosperity of the country.���
Calgary Daily Herald.
lie meeting, allowed it-'to pass in tho
meantime.
Mr. Crehan, of Crehan, Mowatt &
j Co., auditor of the municipality, de-
sired the services of Mr. John Smith,
clerk to the   council,    in    preparing
I schedules of divisional assessments,
especially as to the assets and Uablli
ties shown and the localities or   the
; land.   This was agreed to.
i The next regular meeting or tli*
general committee was fixed for tli*
14th Inst, at 3 p.m., the afternoon of
the council meeting. Councillor Lan-
pan Impressed upon all the necessity
of expediting and getting the won;
through as soon as possible.
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EAST COQUITLAM OBJECT3
TO REMOVAL OF STATION
A petition is being diligently circulated for signature among the residents of the eastern portion of Coquitlam for the retention of the present depot at Westminster Junction.
It Is proposed to forward the petition,
when ready, to the railway commissioners at Vancouver who sit ther?
on the 28th inst.
The olive branch of compromise
tendered by the company in exchang*
for the withdrawal of the opposition
to the "removal of the station has not
beon received with favor by the upholders of the old regime.
The proposed new station is situated about three-fourths of a mile to
thc eastward of the present one.
AMERICAN ELECTIONS.
The old story of the split voto was
.reproduced upon a gigantic Bcale In
the voting in the United States yesterday, and by a large majority Governor
TVoodrow Wilson, of New Jersey.
**ept Hm country.
Mr. "Wilson has already had a distinguished career. He resigned the
presidency of Princeton University,
���ne of the largest educational Instltu-
liana in the U. S. A., In order to run
fer the position he has now held since
1910, and which lie achieved upon a
tiean politics platform.
He is known as a great economist
uid his election to the presidency
should do much to restore an easier   Incorporation     Committee     Prepares
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Agreement  Must Give  Testmony
to Investigators.
PLANS EOR CiTY OF
COQUITLAM DEVELOP
Suggestions for Public Meeting���
Proposed Dock Scheme.
feeling   throughout  the  country   and
lo accelerate the resumption of busi-
less expansion whicli Is more or less
checked by a campaign of thi3 nature.
Congress has been Democratic dur- .
....,,, . ..    ,-_.       The generil incorporation   commit
tal the last two years and the land-   tce of Coquitlam ullder t,1B chalnnan
slide may possibly result in the elec- ship of Councillor J.  I'. Langan met
Kon of sufficient senators by the statu yesterday afternoon in the municipal
legislatures to overcome the RepubH- "a" anQ received the reports cf   the
.   ....               ,           ., sub committees.
can majority in the upper house, thus ���,,
giving the Democrats control.
Wilson's campaign has been mark
rd by a singular freedom from prom-
������ses cf any kind as to his line of procedure. The effect of the change up-
���n Canada will for the immudlat? i
freaent be unnoticeable. !
The twenty-eighth    holder    of    the
i
presidential chair   will   probably    go
���oltly with regard to any lowering of
the tariffs, while his attitude upon
flHrl'SMmtrtiuestkjn wlll ln all likelihood show no variation from that
uken liy President Taft.
WHAT  PAVED  STREETS  MAY
BRING ABOUT.
boundary committee reported
that having received and listened to
the arguments put forward by a num
ber of interested persons, they were
cf opinion that the boundaries shown
on the map annexed would be fair]
and reasonable to all concerned.
i-or tlie benefit of those unacquaint-
ed  with  the numbers of the dtstric
lots, blocks and sections, the bound
anea may be described thus:   On the
east and southeast by the Pitt   ami
Fraser rivers for a distance cf about I
live miles; on the west by the Coquit
lam river for a distance, approximate
ly  two and    one-half    m les,    thence
north  tor  a mile  tollowing  the  line
halt a mile west cf the New Westmin
ster nine line road to Coquitlam dam
and from  thence wiih a few jogs    0
distance of four    miles    to the    Pit:
river, making a run up norlh In sec
London, Nov. 5.���At the end of yes
terday's session of the select committee which is inquiring Into the government agreement with the Marcon:
Company to establish wireless stations
Sir Albert Spicer, the chairman, an
nounced that tho committee would
welcome evidence regarding the pure
ly business side of the agreement from
the editors and writers who criticized it.
The committee at a later date will
summon the editors and writers ot
newspapers and magazines who have
made allegations of iregularlty and
corrupton in connection with the
agreement. This announcement followed the conclusion of the testimony
of Sir Alexander King, secretary of
the post office, who, replying to qnes
tions by Mr. Amery, said the total cos'
ol" a Marconi duplex station including
the site was about ��450,000 as against
an estimate of .$300,000 for a station
under the Poulson system.
lie admitted that the deference between the two estimates was $80O,00u
on six stations, apart from the ten pei
cent, royalty in the gross receipts
stipulated in the Marconi contract.
He acknowledged that while the
negotiations were prooeed'ng no evidence was given to show that the
Marconi system wai capable of sending fifty words a minute as per the
contract with the post office, as th"
experts had not inspected the Marconi
.stations.
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and mounted it upon a long pole, The
slain man's sole offence was that he
had hidden his ten-year-old grand
daughter from them.
"in the village of Gradna. they
killed six people and mutilated the
corpses, then for their amusement
they bound Alexis Kovanovitch to a
stake, made a circle on his forehead
and fired at it for rifle practice a3 at
a target. They riddled the victim with
bullets.
"In the village of Buyanawatz they
took a child of eight years and disemboweled him because he was a Servian and for the same reason the Turk
ish police would do nothng to protect
him. The Turks took exceptional
pleasure in the horrible usage of a
daughter under the eyes of her anguished parents, or the maltreatment
of a wife in the sight of her husband.
When they find a Christian woman of
I beauty and grace they carry her ofr
for their harem.
COMPULSORY  EDUCATION.
Vienna Paper Explains Attitude���The
Turkish Atrocities Appalling���
Greek Vessel  Hits Mine.
  ; tlon 12 to connect with the new public
The announcement is m::d" that the park.    The area proposed to be em-
interurban railway to be built to St. braced Is 5900 acres.
Albert does  not  propose  to use  the The total assessment at present of
frollejr .Bystem, but to have the power the municipality is $8,142,826, and the
generated on   the    cars    themselves, total assessment of the proposed    in-
There Is every reason to believe that corporated area is $5,116,211. leaving
���verhcad construction will  eventually a balance of $3,028,116 for the rurai
disappear eulirely from both urban
and rural traction lines. In the city
it la even possible tracks may before
hmg be unnecessary.
. The success of the motor omnibus
running over paved streets has been
such that the ordinary street car may
Blve'-wfty to it. The London General
Omnibus Company was close to ruin
then St introduced motors, even   the
municipality.
The number cf inhabitants la 13T.1
number of British subjects over 21
years of age 424. The 6900 acres Is
exclusive of the 612 acres owned by
the C,  P. R. for railwav purposes.
Mr. G. \V. Payne submitted plans
prepared by Mr. A. O. Powell, harbor
engineer, sho-. ing a proposed dock
scheme.    It Bought to include district
faymenf on its preference stock being lots 343, 168 and 169 and besides th
.several years in arrears. It is now I dock project provided railroad facili-
yajring eight per cent, on its common j ties for industrial purposes, etc., on
stock and writing off large sums for , the Coquitlam river, and also the In-
���depreciation and establishing a two j corporation of a read ln connection
million,ppund  penslbn   fund   for   Its  with  N'ew  Westminster    called    tho
'employee a.
In the past eleven months it In-
creased its receipts haif a million
foanAtt. -Mille the various tramways
iave had almost as large decreases.
In pushing ahead its paving programme Edmonton may be preparing
���for the future better than it knows.
Streets free from tracks and wirea
and polcB would be a vast Improvement���Edmonton Journal.
GERMAN PREPARATION.
fa a   recent   editorial,   The   Wall
Street Journal comments on the accumulation of gold and silver   In   Germany, which, it says, has now reached . regard it as
* point   wliich deserves attention. On | tlon and consideration of
Coquitlam road, a water grade road
from New Westminster right through
the proposed dock In the heart
of Coquitlam through Shaughnessj
street.
Mr. Payne's suggestion to Includ'
the area set forth ln his plan was ap
proved.
Mr. H. C. Galer moved, and Mr. Hul-
hert seemded, th" adontton of the re
port, which was done, Mr. Knight dis
senting. ns lie advocated a straiglii
northern boundary.
The powers committee submitted a
draft of the special powers the    em
bryo c'ty proposed  to ask. and with
several modifications it was agreed to
a bails for the informa
a    public
fi<1rtPiiil>er 23, the Reiclisbank held meeLlne which ���( is proposed to con
$2.28.500.0(10 gold, and the local banks vene for next Tuesday night in th"
about $15,000,000, besides the war i agricultural hall. Coquitlam, It was
���chest of the empire, believed to have however, distinctly Intimated that the
heen increased to approximately $50,- committee were not committed to th'
*S0S,tm. The banks in addition held draft, but put it forward tentatively.
$S*,(WO,000 In silver, and the local | Several of the clause r occasioned
MBMUtfea ahout $16,000,000 in both | dissension. The proposal to make the
&old and sliver. property qualification of   the    mayor
After making certain reductions, the   $1000 clear of any charge on the pro-
J��ninial holds thai the general metal
lie circulation in Germany al the pres-
tmt lime., exclusive of brink deposits
anil war chest, cannot be reasonably
nNhnfcted at less than $600,000,000,
firing a general result of $900,000,000
Jnd adds: "lir a country so closely
governed as: Germany, where every
social and commercial movement is
���watched, if not indeed guided, by a
jealous and unseen authority, thes^
accumulations of specie in general circulation must have some significance.
'Wh.it does It mean?" Germany believes with Hamlet that "the read!-
���ees is all." The further interesting
HPiesfion lft���what for? - Toronto
World.
A CALGARY VIEW.
Western Canada will be glad of the
perty, waa objected to by Mr. Hulbert
who considered $500 sufficient and
moved accordingly, in view that the
city would be a working man's municipality later on.
Mr. Mclntyre, secretary, explained
that this stipulation was merely roi
the first reeve and Councillor Morgan further explained that it was
moBt desirable to adhere aB closely to
the Municipal Clauses act as possible
tttf as to get their bill passed by the
legislature.
Mr. Hulbert <hen withdrew his motion.
The eligibility of a woman for the
mayorship was carefully guarded
against by the insertion of "male" In
tiie clause describing the other qualifications, the chairman banterlngly
commenting upon the lack of chivalry
ol the gentleman who moved the    in-
���uprane     court     decision     whereby j Bertlon
-httaber dressed on one side and part-1 The draft set forth that voters
Ty Aransd on the other mav cnme In- should exercise their franchise as a
lo Canada free of duty. The Domin- whole and not by wards, which Mr.
ws Government took a sane and safe , Galer demurred to, but as the matter
���natnsie in this matter by refusing to will be subject to the wlll of the citi-
;*ny change   in   the   existing  sens, as expressed at the corfiing pub-
Vienna, Nov. 5.���The attitude of thl
Au3tro-Hungarian government in regard to the proposal of Premier Poin
caire for the adjustment of the Balkan stuaton is clearly stated toda.v
in the Neue Freie Presse .which says
ihe present military situation in the
Balkans can not be conducive to the
solution of the Eastern question. Premier Poincaire gives to the Balkan
States more than they have demanded.
"The proposal, which is a most
radical expression of pan-Slavist tendencies, Is so one-sided that It can
hardly find the approval of all the
powers, and particularly Austria-
Hungary."
The anxiety of Austria that Servia
shall not occupy Albana and thus secure the outlet of the Adriatic Sea
which the Servians are so desirous of
probably will provide a great bone of
contention.
Servia has been warned already
from Vienna that her armies have
gone far enough to the west. Thla
warning Is repeated today by' the
semi-official Kremdbenblat. After
praising the Servian soldiers for their
humanity, the newspaper says: !'The
Servians have approached the frontier of a territory occupied without
exception by Albanians, It Is hoped
and expected now that Servia will
avoid the raising of those differences
.vhich the historic character of Al
banians make Insurmountable/'
Khirka,  the  piesident    of    the  AI
banian    National    Commission,   \t   Is
I'd. Ib lo be proclaimed  King of Albania.
l'he first division of the Aqstro
Hungarian fleet left the naval stat!o>
at Pola for the East last night. Thi
commander of the division has been
ordered to report at Constantinople.
Atrocities Are Appalling.
London, Nov. 5.���Dragutin J. Hitch
lie brilliant Servian novelist, haa writ
ten for the London Budget the follow
ing vivid description of the appalling atrocities by the Turks on the
Servo-Turkish frontier since the war
began.
"In Novlbazar on Turkish territory,
i number of Turksh troops entered
the house of a priest namd Philip
Kumunovltch in the village of Du-
brovatz. They draged him into the
road and cut off his nose, ears and
1 ftis. Thus mutilated the fiends took
the priest through the streets of the
village to show him to the affrighted
peasantry.
"When the unhappy man fell down
in agony tbey gave him a finishing
stroke by putting a bullet through
hlH head.
"The Turkish marauders then went
to the next village where they seized
another priest, Peter Jacallne. They
treated him in similar Inhuman fash-
Ion and at last put an end to his sufferings by shooting him with a revolver.
"In the village of Gradlna, Turkish
soldiers caught an unfortunate peasant named Tanlsh and cut him up In
to morsels.
"in the village of Gorne, province
of Plttza. the Turks captured a man
named MUUsavlevltch, cut off his head
Winnipeg  Ministerial  Association  Adopts Resolution on Proposed Legislation.
Winnipeg, Nov. 5. ���At a meeting of
the   Winnipeg Ministerial Association
this morning the report of the committee appointed to place on record the
attitude of the association in regard to
! the proposed new   school    legislation
I was considered and adjusted.
j    The report ns finally accepted, asks
I for compulsory education of all chil-
i dren of school age, the safeguard of
the rights of every child to education
under competent teachers and in the
j English language, and  goes on "that
I "herons it Is now  proposed    to    the
\\'iii"tpeg School  Board to take over
' the Roman Catholic schools of the citv '
and such action in the judgment of
the committee would be tantamount to '���
the establishment of separate schools,
the committee does not believe    the i
school board could assent to such a
proposition   without   violation   of the
law.
The good will of the association to- j
wards the Doman Catholics expressed
111 the latter part of the report Is as j
fallows: |
"This association will ever be ready !
to meet with them to devise methods |
towards the public education the best
possible on the basis of human reasonableness and common citizenship."
Rev.  J.   F.  McCullagh   presided  In
the absence of Rev. Charles Stewart.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS    fl
PAGE  FIVE
MUCH DEPENDS ON
HOCKEY DECISION
Interest Centres on Saturday's Meeting��� Dldier Pitre May Wear
Royals' Colors.
Western hockey magnates nnd followers of the winter sport are waiting
anxiously for the coming of Saturday
when the National Hockey association
will decide whether Samuel Lltchen-
heln, the hockey, lacrosse and baseball magnate of the East, will be the
whole thing ln hockey or whether support wlll be accorded the Patrick
brothers.
It will be a close race In the voting,
but latest reports from the East indicate the fears entertained by some of
the club owners who are trembling
lest Patrick siiould retaliate and boost
hls monetary otters to players bo high
as to take the cream of the Eastern
men and thus break up the N. II. A.
Such a move is pouBlble, and according to Frank Patrick it Ib altogether
probable if the N. H. A. do not come
half way towards hts suggestions.
The hockey situation In Canada is
fast declining to the same plane aa
that upon which the lacroBse game ia,
and unless the magnates wake up and
take notice tbat the publlc are to bo
considered it will mean a heavy drain
on their pocket books before the winter sport recovers its former position.
Newsy Lalonde, the well known lacrosse player,"will probably play for
the Canadiens in Montreal this coming winter, Lalonde has been traded
by the Patricks for Dldier Pitre, the
famous French-Canadian player. While
Lalonde Is popular with the fans on
the ice, Pitre holds a place on the
map as being the fastest shot ln the
game today and once he eludes his
check the goaltender has little chanc?
in stopping the shots.
Just where he will play has yet to
be given out, although he may be seen
on the Royals, taking the place of
Ernie Johnson,  the contract jumper.
and high salaries do not mean anything."
It Is unnecessary to give the signature, for who, other than our old Blde-
klck, Samuel Llchtensteln, would-ba
baaeball and. hockey lmpresaarlo,
would send such a. wire. In the first
place, Sammy evidently overlooked
the fact that McDonald Is a coast boy,
whose parents reside here. In the second he did not name an offer, merely
sounding MacDonald. The collect wire
that MacDonald telegraphed back Informed the Wanderers owner that he
i MacDonald) had already signed to
play on the Coast. Refusing to take
the hint, and forgetting that there are
yet a few hockey players who recognize something more than money tn
professional sport, Llchtensteln again
wired the Coast star, this time offer
ing a bunch of money.
It is time the Nf. H. A. muzzled
Llchtensteln, a man who seems to b.-
trying to ruin all that Ib praiseworthy
In professional sport. Should thev fail
to do so, they will be lowering them
selves to a standard never before
reached by the Eastern hockey moguls.���Victoria Times.
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��� ENGLISH FOOTBALL. ���
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Not even excepting Dloomer and
Meredith, no player bulks so large in
tbe public gaze all over Britain as
Bobby Walker, of the Heart of Mid
(othian F. C. Were you to ask Walker
how many capB he has he would say
"Wait a minute. I'll count them."
But he would likely never come bac'.;
to tell you. He is such a modest footballer. If he were not the very greatest forward Scotland ever produced,
you would like him Just the same. He
is everybody's darling.
SPORTSM EN!
Your attention Is drawn to the fact that  we  have  the largest variety of shooting accessories iu the city.
Sterllngworth   Dble.   Bbl.   Hammerless  Shotguns, each $35.00
L.   C.  Smith   Shotguns,   each  $32.50
Parker Shotguns,  each    $50.00
Pump Guns, all  makes, each $28.00
DOMINION, U.M.C. and WINCHESTER Loaded Shells ln all loads
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and well-deserved reward for a player
of eleven years' standing, produced by
United, and winner of all honors possible to players.
Before going to Bolton, Donaldson
was given a trial at Bramall Lane.
Sheffielders are now beginning to sei
their mistake In allowing the young
Scot to go.
Basketball at Collene.
What should prove tho fastest game
of the basketball season will be staged
at the Columbian college gym on Friday night when the collegians mix
things with the Y. M. C. A. Playing
on their own court the college quintette should be able to put up a good
argument against the Vs, who are at
present heading tbe league. The admission will be 15 cents. The secon I
teams cf boln institutions will turn
out as a curtain raiser. (29>
When a Scottish team goes Into
England the Inhabitants stampede to
Bee Bobby Walker. "Never mind the
English team, let's see Walker," they
say. And they are round the hotel
door before breakfast looking for him
You would never hear Bobby's vo'ce
In a crowd. But he thinks���my word'
You don't want his play described.
Ever>body knows his style���the admiration of countless spectators, the
despair of numerous half-backs.
Bob Crompton wlll qualify for hia
'hlrd benefit a year hence. He haa
been a Btay-at-hoine Rover for flfteen
years.
QUITE SO.
Dealing with the subject which is
occupying the serious consideration of
all football legislators at the present
time, namely, "should the International federation have control of the lawa
of football?" an English writer remarks a3 follows:
"If the countries of the continent
desire to alter the laws of the gam?
there is no reason why they should
not please themselves. But It is jusi
as well for them to know���that th��.
Football Association accepts the rules
of the International Board of Great
Britain and that all recognized organizations and clubs play under thesn
laws. All international matches hav <
been decided under these laws ��� and
England, per Be, could not agree to
accept any other laws without Scotland. Ireland and Wales agreeing to
do the same. Nor could Britain, the
motherland of the game, be expected
to abrogate her position."
Jacky Robertson, who played several times for Scotland against England,
once epitomized him. "When you are
playing agalnat Walker, you would
hink he was eight feet." said Jacky.
Hobby Is a reveier. He goes Into a
football game as the society perBou
goes into a banquet.
FOUR CARS ARRIVE
FOR B.C.E.R. SERVICE
Big
Expense   to   Secure   Delivery-
Work on Cut-off Proceeds
Rapidly.
Soccer League Meets.
A meeting of the City Soccer 1��igue
-will be held in Ryall's store on Thursday evening. All members are requested to attend as business of Importance Is to be transacted.
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Welker Cochran is the new "Willie
Hoppe" of billiards. Only thirteen
years eld, young Cochran is making
followers of billiards in Chicago sit
up and take notice. A year ago - h��,
was sent here from Manson, Iowa, to
take Instructions from L. W. Perkins,
who taught Calvin Demarest.
Freddie Welsh and Matt Wells are
scheduled tb meet November 11 before the National Sporting Club, Lon
don. The lightweight championship
of England and a purse of $5,000 are
Involved.
Frank Gotch, wrestling champion,
announces that he will retire from the
mat. This announcement has been
running for the past two years.
In the game between Bradford City
and Sheffield United. Ewart Wyllie
and Spiers are said to have been the
best players on the field.
After hla display at Old Trafford,
Simpson will be glad If the. Scottish
Selection Committee overlook the ab'l-
Ity ot Alex. Bell for the coming Internationals.
Ewart is now living up to all the
���jood things said about him before he
'eft Adrleontans. At Newcastle his
play was magnificent, and he was only
beaten by a penalty.
It la rumored In Barnsley that Dick/
Downs' has ordered a flilt In case he
finds himself In Glasgow shortly.
Davy Gordon, the Leith player, Is
���he OJIIV original Tiger left in Hull
City's flrst team of today, he having
joined the club In its first league season seven years ago.
Every man on the South African
Rugby team, now touring England,
stands over six feet. Two of the fastest forwards tip the beam at more
than 200 pounds.
News comes from Philadelphia that
Frank (Piggy) Ward Is dead at hla
"home in Altoona, Pa. Ward was well
known fn Pacific Coast baaeball circles, and was at one time a member
'���of the London, Ont., club.
Dune Gillis, Canada's. crack weight
man, who Ib picked to clean up the
weight events at the next Olympic, Is
.going In for wrestling this winter, and
will represent the Vancouver A. C. ln
all championship tournaments.
Thev sav that Cady's hands are still
full of splinters from handling Wood.
And, of course.. In the long run
>eckcv prices will. gov up along wRh
the price of butter and eggs. It's the
public that gets it every time.
.   CAM MY AGAIN.
Tried to Get Ran McDonald From the
New Westminster Team-
When lt oomes to Being real funny,
there is a certain hockey club owner
who could earn a fortune on the stage
telling folks wbat their own business
ls. Rannjt MacDonald, the lightning
wing of the New Westminster club.
Teoelved a telegram from Montreal
last week as fallows: "Will you play
for Wanderers this winter? Living Is
blRher on the Coast than in Montreal,
At Everton a doctor said Hampton,
of Aston .Villa, swjuld be unable to
day agaft (hat <wy after being hurt,
lie was unconscious, but as soon as he
came round he 'rah upon the fleld, and
left the astonished, doctors and dlr-
ctors ln the dressing room.
Hampton's flve goals against Shef-
leid Wednesday ls the record for a
Villa player, but not for the league.
The league record ls held by Bloomer,
who scored six, nearly 14 years ago,
when plavlng for Derby against Sheffield Wednesday.
McNeal, the Albion halfback, who
was honored by selection for the English League team, came from Durham.
He ls only 21, stands 6ftr 61n., and
weighs 147 lbs. Before he signed on
tor the Albion their officials could
hardly believe that such a slip of a
boy was the clever player he was re
ported to be.
It Is probable that T. T. Fltchle, the
well known Scottish amateur International forward, will soon be assisting
Fulham ln the fleld. Fltchle, who
served Woolwich Arsenal so well for
a number of seasons, ls at present a
member of GlosSop, but he cannot
inare time to travel every week, as
that engagement necessitates, and he
has promised Mr. Kelso to play tor
Fulham. He will turn out as soon as
he has had sufficient training.
A*ton Villa's ten-goal victory over
the "Blades" recalls their palmiest
days, when, under John Devey's captaincy they won the league flve times
and the English Cup twice In eight
years. In 1897 they emulated Preston's feat of winning the Cup and the
league championship ln the same season. They turned the tables on th?
Wednesday club, for last year Sheffield won 8-2 ln the corresponding
game. *
Four more new car3 of the interurban type arrived in Vancouver yesterday morning from St. LouIb, and
these will be ut once put ln running
shape at the temporary repair shops
in Vancouver.
The B. C. E. R. following the pur
chase of the Koyal City mill property
In Vancouver, has fltted up a large repair plant which will be used in
connection with minor repairs to the
Vancouver city cars.
l'he new rolling stock arrived In
flat cars and the trucks are being fitted on prior to taking the place Of
several of the old type which are to
be converted for use with the multiple-unit machinery.
The entire   order   of   twenty-four,
whieh  Is  expected   to   arrive   within
the next two weeks, has cost the company something like    $24,000    extra,
owing to the  fact  that all  the  car- i
buildinu  Bhops of  the  continent  ara j
pressed with orders for rolling stock, j
This extra sum was used   as   an inducement to obtain quick delivery.      I
The work trains on tbe Highland i
Park cut-off are making New West-1
minster their   headquarters   at   the*
present  time,  the  single  track  and)
wiring having been completed.    The
grading gangs are now busy at work
on the other track which Is expected
to make good progress on account of
material' and supplies being easy of
&CC6BS. I
Seen yesterday Superintendent El ,
son would neither affirm or deny tha '
report that the B. C. E. R. was plan-j
nlng to Increase the voltage on the
Fraser valley lines from 660 to 1200,
volts. ' '    , j
He stated, however, tbat the scheme
had been mooted for some little time
and that a move similar to that In'
question was being successfully car-:
ried out by several large interurban
companies operating on the otber
side ot the boundary.
Such a change would mean a reduc
tlon In operating expenses in the different sub-stations as the higher volt
ago conld be carried a greater distance than is that at present used.
The return of Mr. Allan Purvis, at
present on a tour of the American
fifties, and who ls expected back In
tb�� city early next week, wlll prob
ably result In several Improvement
being made to the Interurban system
r>f the B. C. E. R.
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PAGE   8IX
WESTMINSTER DAIL?  NEWS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912
j The Pendletons i
j House Warming j
1 A Happy Blunder
���      By   CLARISSA   MACKIE     ���
I ��i"i"i ���i"i"i"i"f ���i"ffi"fi"fi"i-i'nA
All tbe men tn tbe offlce were interested In Jim Pendleton's new house
at Villa Heights. On the first of tbe
month Jim would rease to be a "cliff
dweller" and would get right down to
the business of sprinting for his train
each morning, for Villa Heights was
only twenty minutes from his ofllce���lf
he caught the 8:10. otherwise It was
an hour and thirteen minutes.
The morning he announced thnt they
xrere all settled nnd ready for visitors
tie slammed down on Ills desk a goodly
pile of seed catalogues aud grinned
happily.
"Here's where the fun comes In. fellows." he decliired. "I'm going to hnve
a garden In the spring, and when 1
have you chnps down there to ent the
green corn I hnve raised or cut one of
my nice Juicy wuter melons, after
you've tnsted m.v crops, you'll all be
buying plots at Villa Heights."
"Don't tell ns any more." pleaded
Case. "You'll have us all married and
moving before Faster."
"Hope you wlll. When nre you coming down?"
The dny wns settled upon after a
little discussion, nod the nine fellow
clerks of Jim Pendleton |iul their he:ids
together nnd plillilied io tnke with tbem
appropriate gifts to signify their pleasure nnd approval of the new abode
nnd as a testimonial of the esteem In
which they held their nssociaie.
It felt ution n Thursday and the Inst
iwords of Jim Peudletou when he left
tbe offlce that night of tbe house
warming, were uttered as a warning
to the dilatory ones. "Heniember,
trains wait for no man-that's the flrst
admonition lu the 'Commuters' Catechism." Imt If you mlss the 703 you
cun take tbe 9:10.    You'll  know  the
o��usch_..
?" "STOP OB I'M.   HAVE TO FIRKl"
house. It's the second from the station and It will lie well lighted up tonight Beth said she would give yon a
royal welcome."
The nine bouse wnrmers missed the
7:03, as a matter of course All of
tbem reached the stu tlon four minutes
past 7. and during n tedious wait they
Indulged In naps, for as Hilly I.eminick
eald: "We might as well put In all
the winks we csn���If we mlss the 12
*oinot hi nc we wlll hnve to wnlk home.
1 wouldn't dream of asking Jimmy to
put the whole nine of im up for tbe
Bight"
At hnlf pnst 9 they left the train at
Villa Heights nnd struck the cool autumn nli wilh n pleasant sense of freedom In the sparsely settled community.
Tbey were merely a pnvel of hoys anyway and played leapfrog all the way
down to the tlrst puzzling corner of
the street thai ran down from lhe station.
"Second house from the station nnd
all lighted up." announced Hilly Lent-
mhk ns ihey passed a modest, m/hef
Old fashioned cottage and stopped he��
fore it modern tiouse tlmt the moonlight revealed to be of stucco Willi a
tiled roof. Kvery window whs an
Oblong of friendly light and bespoke
a welcome for the Invading Louse
warmers. Lace curtains veiled ihe In-
terlot of the rooms, but at an upper
window, wliese a white shade was
drawn, a shadow crossed and recrossed.
"Hope they haven't given us up,"
muttered Case as they pnssed 111 single
fle up the concrete walk mid tiptoed
up the steps to the piazza.
"Hardly, when he named the 9:10 ns
an altvrnntlve. Shall we ring hlm up
���ot sing him up?" Billy Letntnli-k. the
, prnctlcnl Joker of the office, turned and
faced bbl companions with raised eyebrows.
"Scare him up." decided Hob Onklcy.
As he spoke he turned the knob of the
front door, ft yielded easily, and aft-
I er nn Instant's hesitation he removed
bis hnt and tiptoed softly Inside, followed by bis eight companions In various stages of disapproval, compliance,
uneasiness and fun loving mischief and
tbe idea of getting a rise out of old
Jimmy   Pendleton.
The pleasant homelike rooms seemed
Quite deserted, althougtt'thtra appear-
aA a certain air of expectation about
the honse. Flowers were grouped bere
and there, a card tuble was placed near
an electric drop light and nn open
plnno bore a sheet of music. Overhead
wns the sound of a light footstep passing back and forth.
"I feel pretty mean." acknowledged
Case after a moment or two of consideration.   "We"-
"Too late now," admonished Billy
cheerfully. "Mrs Jimmy is coming
dowu now. 1 Bee a pink gown ln tbe
offing. Only one thing to do���line up
Hnd give 'nt tbnt song Oakley composed
one day when he was sick."
The  nine  formed  a   wavering  line,
their eighteen patent leather shod toes
pointed toward the stairs.   They stood
stiffly  and  roared   the  doggeral  song
thnt   Bob  Oakley   Iind  composed  and
dedicated to .llm Pendleton:
Hello, Jimmy Pendleton
And Mrs. Jimmy loo!
Here's to your lioise warmlngl
Pray bid us welcome���do-
Kor we are Ihe merry
Houae warmers���
The merry house warmers suddenly
stilled Into n ghastly silence. All the
Jovial laughter died from tlieir merry
eyes and their patent leather toes turn
ed us If In tllght. for there on tbe stairs
whs a tall, stalely young woman,
gowned In pink, wttb Mashing black
eyes and a very pale face. In one outstretched hnnd sbe beld a greumlug
revolver pointed straight at Billy Letn-
mlck's left ear.
"Stop, or I'll bave to flre!" sbe said
feebly.
The nine stared at tbe shaking revolver with fascinated eyes. There
was every reason to believe tbat It
might go off without intent on the part
of the scared young womnn. Frank
Case was the first to Sud bis voice.
"Mr. Pendleton expected ua," be
vouchsafed sheepishly.
Her eyebrows went up. "Mr. Pen
dleton?"
"He said the secoud house from the
station. We were Invited to n bouse
warming. He bas recently removed to
Villa Heights from the city. Isn't-
isn't tbis bis bouse'/"
"Ob!" Tbe revolver wns swiftly lowered, and tbe nine shuffled tbeir toes
relleredly. The pthk gown came down
several steps nud looked nt tbem wttb
a gracious smile. "You have made a
mistake, gentlemen." she said pleas
antly. "Mr. Pendleton's house is the
next one to tbis. (be third bouse. I
am afraid he did not count In the old
fashioned cottage on the corner of the
street when de gave you directions."
"I hope you wlll pardon our Intrusion. I���we don't know how to a polo
glza It was an Idiotic thing to do anyway unless we were positive about the
house." said Frank Case wltb n dark
frown at B.lly Lemmlck. who bad been
the leader of this Invasion.
The nine merry house warmers apologized  singly and  In  chorus when tiie
girl   Interrupted   them   with   a   pretty
1 gesture.
I     "Please Jm't apologize,    lf yon only
I knew bow nice lt seems to hear voices
| In this house!   My husband aud I mov-
J ed In here a few weeks ago from the
wesl. nnd ns we are strangers we have
been thrown entirely upon our own resources, nnd Its horribly lonely.   So the
sound   of   lusty   singing   startled   me
pleasantly   at   ttrst.   for   1   am  a   Mrs
Jimmy, too���Mrs. Jimmy Cornell���and
bere comes my  husband."    Rhe cnme
down the remaining stairs Into the hall
Just as the front door opened quickly
nnd a tall young man entered.
Mrs Jimmy Cornell came forward
nnd told her husband nil about It. and
tbere were several moments of hearty
laughter at the expense of the house
warmers, as they called themselves
Then Mr. Cornell suddenly ceased his
laughter
"I'm sorry, gentlemen, bnt I'm
afraid you're doomed to disappointment tonight, after all. When I went
out half an hour ago Pendleton and
bis wifp were coming along, hurrying
to catch a train Into town. Seems
thnt Mrs Pendleton's father hnd been
token.suddenly III nnd tbey had been
sent for. I remember now that they
snld something about expecting
friends, bnt that thev hnd left word
witb the maid to explain the situation"
"We will try again another night and
be pretty sure thnt we get lite right
house." snld Frank Cnse as lie led his
party toward the door.
Mrs Cornell and her hushnnd ex
changed n glance, and then the laller
spoke and arrested their departure
"tientlemeii. If yoil'H excuse the nn
conventionality of the Invitation, as
we are comparatively strangers to yon.
Mrs. Cornell and I would enjoy har
Ing yon spend the remainder of the
yvenlng with us und give us a house
warming "
The   nine   nccepted   without   an   Instant's  hesitation,  and  at   Billy   Lem
mlck's   reipiest   the   host   and   hostess
stood on the stairs while the nine lined
up again and roared the doggerel song
! thnt Oakley had composed for Jimmy
j Pendleton's   benefit, .only   tliey   substl
I tilled tlie nnme of their new aecpiaiol
nin es for thut of Pendleton's.
When   the   evening   was   ovpr   nnd
I ihey fairly ran to the station to ciitcb
i tbe last lrain for town nnd. missing It.
j cheerfully spent the night In the stn
I lion   ibe  nine  bouse   wnrmers agreed
that If Jimmy Pendleton and Ills wife
were not the besi  folks In the world
they would hnve uccorded thai place to
Jimmy Cornell and bis pretty wife.
The result of this mistake was thnt
ihe lonely Cornells found n number of
new nnd 8greeable friends, and the
nine bachelors discovered another hospitable door open to tbem In Villa
Heights.
In after yenrs. when the nine were
married nnd went to live In stuccoed
and red tiled houses at Villa Heights,
they formed a baseball club, and. of
course, tbey were called "tbe House
Warmers."
Woman'sWorld
Busy       Days,       These.
Among Fair Politicians.
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three distinct politIcnl campaigns ill
rec ted by women to aid the causes ot
three presidential nominees.
Mra J. Borden Harriman. n noted
N'ew York society and duo woman. Is
president of the Woman's Wilson and
Marshall league Mrs. Ilarrlmaii when
Interviewed recently concerning ih��
Work of her party snld: "I am Hrinly
or the liellef tbut women should Inter
est themselves as much ss possible in
political affairs. We women ol tbe
national Democratic party are out
frankly to use our Indirect Inffueuce
tn gain votes for Woodrow Wilson.
Every woman bas n certain amount of
inllnence over one or more voting
members of her community. If sbe
can't exert It directly let her make the
best of the situation and be as much
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"We are," Mrs. Harrlman continued,
"at the beginning of n new era ot
general co-operntlon. tlle friendly
working together of nil classes tor the
public good. In matters of sanitation
pure food, child labor and kindred
topics tliere Is an almost universal re
spouse from the wouieu to any appeal
that they trust"
The Interests of the Woman's Republican National party are In tbe
very efficient hands of Mlss Helen
Varick Boswell. who Is using every
menns within her power to Interest
women In lbe re-election of Mr. 'Iart
Mlss Boswell Is not n newcomer In
the political Held, for ns tar back ss
INKS she was connected wltb the Ite
publican woman's organization or tht
state of New York. Besides tbls po
lltlcni activity Mlss Roswell's welfare
work is a matter of current history.
To be tbe lirst woman wbo has ever
been a member of a committee In n
national convention Is tbe esperlence
of Mlss Alice Carpenter, wbo was a
delegate from Massachusetts to tbe
recent Progressive party convention In
Chlengo. Mlss Carpenter Is now tho
leading spirit and "whlpper In" ot
��oles for Colonel Koosevelt
Mlss Carpenter looks typically Bos
tone-e. Sbe Is tall and brown haired
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London, Nov. 5.���The St. Peters
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the long-awaited statement regarding
the Czarevitch's illness causes deep
consternation among the Russians.
Even to the uninitiated mind it is
evident that the prince's condition ts
likely to cause much anxiety in the
future.
The doctors are still very pessimistic and the carefully worded report unhappily leaves little doubt that
the patient is suffering from organic
defect in the blood and doubtless also
tuberculosis in the leg.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE  SEvtiN
SULTAN ADMITS lit
HAS LOST CONTROL
.All Europe Worried   Over   Possibility
of Massacre���Greek Advance
Checked.
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Mlss Gladys Hazel, an English suffragette, was charged IA Dublin with
obstructing traffic ln Grafton Street,
and dismissed with a caution.
A Mayo correspondent mentions
that he dug forty-seven tubers, all
sizes, from one stalk of "Champions," and thirty-one large potatoes
from one stalk of "White Beauties,"
in bog land only three years reclaimed.
Berlin, Nov. 6.���Virtual admission
by the Sultan of Turkey that he no
longer can control his Mohammedan
subjects ts causing great alarm today
throughout all Europe. The powers
are rushing all available warships to
the Turkish capital to protect foreign
residents.
The greatest concern ls over the situation at Constantinople, wtth its
Christian population, totalling hundreds of thousands. Despatches received here today say foreign embassies, legations and business houses are
heavily guarded. Most of the city's
shops are closed and barricaded, the
owners fearing wholesale looting.
Mobs have attempted several times
to get from Stamboul, the native j nient'of Agricufture
quarter of the city, into the foreign
sections of Galata and Pera. The police foiled the Mohammendans, however by opening the drawbridge across
the Golden Horn, which separates the
native aud foreign quarters.
it ls reported that sentiment is Increasing among orthodox Mohammedans for the restoration of Abdul
Hamid, the deposed sultan. It Is said
his guards have been ordered to slay
the former ruler rather than permit
his rescue by his followers. Abdul
Hamid Is now Imprisoned on the Asiatic side ot the Bosphorus.
Reports of a Christian massacre at
Rodosto have not been verified.
Greek Advance Checked.
Constantinople, Nov. 6.���That the
advance of the Greek forces toward
Monastlr has been checked 20 mile3
south ot that place is the announcement here today by the Turkish gov-
fvnlnvantin<,|Theo^fv0rtnnrtataer8e ����� ��? I w���� "turned at an inquest at Ferry-
Greeks lost heavily, and are now en-  bank_   County   (gj^y,   on   James
At Moyvalley, County Kildare, the
wife of a gamekeeper poisoned her-
Belf and two children with rat poison,
afterwards cutting their throats, and
also her own. When a doctor arrived
one of the children was dead. Neither
the mother nor the second child was
expected to recover.
It Is stated that a claim for $3000
compensation for malicious injury In
respect of the steam yacht Tsalt,
which waB burned down recently at
Balllntoy, has been served on the Co.
Antrim County Councll and the Bally
castle Rural Councll by Louis J.
iWal��h. B. A��� acting for the Depart-
The captain, second mate, and
three members of the four-masted
ship, the Vandura, bound from Chill
to Hamburg, were found on the arrival of the ship at Queenstown to
be Buffering from berl-berl, an African disease marked by painful stiffness of the limbs. The ship was
placed   under quarantine.
When the master of the Rathdrum
Union told the guardians, who were
considering tenders for the supply of
porter, that It was over a year since
any porter had been used in th->
workhouse. 3. Byrne, Balllnderry, said
he believed a bottle of stout was
worth more than a whole sheep to
build a man up. He thought tt spoke
very badly for the place to say there
was not a drop of stout used for over
a year.
When a verdict of Found drowned
Valuable Testimony.
The lawyer shook his finger warn*
lngly at tbe witness and aald: "Now,
we want to hear just what you know,
not wbat some one else knows or
wbat you think, or anything of that
kind, but wbat you know. Do you understand?"
"Waal. I know," said the witness,
witb emphasis, as he lifted one limber
leg and laid It across tbe otber���"I
know tbat Clay Grubbs said tbat BUI
Thomson told blm that he heard Jobn
Thomas' wife tell Std Shuford's gal
that her husband was there wben tbe
fight tuk place and tbat be said that
they slung each otber around ln the
bushes right consid'able." ��� Philadelphia Telegraph.
If.
It the shoemaker stuck to his last
And the tailor ehould cling to his goose.
It the sailor remained on the mast
And the hangman held fast to hla noose.
If the br.rber should cling to his shears
And tha banker should stay ln hla bank,
If the butcher should spend all hla years
Merely pushing pigs Into a tank.
If the carpenter clung to his saw
And the farmer held fast to hls hoe,
If the lawyer eteyed close to the. law
And the baker kept minding his dough,
lf the billposters stuck to their bills
And the bricklayers only laid bricks
And the doctors turned only to pills
Where should we flnd people to mix
In politics?
-Chicago Record-Herald.
The Suffragist Version.
-'Thin Is Mr. Uattle Smith Wll-
Hams,' a male voice replied. 'Is my
wife. Mrs. Hattle Smith Williams,
there?
" 'No; goodby,' was tbe prompt and
curt reply.
"'But bow do you know? protested
Mr. Smith Williams. 'You haven't bad
tbe time to mnke a search.'
"'No need to mnke a search, sir,'
said tbe porter. 'Nobody's wife ts ever
here. Rule of tbe club.' "���New York
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OULATIONS.
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Q. E. QILLEY, Phons 2S1.
Phones, Office 16 and 1*.
trenched. A Turkish victory at Scu
tari is also claimed, but this is not
regarded seriously.
Greeks Go from This Province.
Golden, Nov. 5.���Fifteen Greeks
have left here for Athens, from wher*
they will be sent to the seat of war,
provided they arrive in time. Forty
more will leave on November 15. It
was expected that 150 men would go
to the front from this town, but notification had been received from the
Greek legation at Washington, D. C���
stating that only men between the
ages of 21 and 32 years wero required
at present.
Hold Waterworks.
Sofia, Nov. 5.���The Bulgarians are
In possession of the Turkish town of
Dercos, and have cut off the water
supply of Constantinople.
/ The Bulgarians also have surrounded a large Turkish force between
Tchorlu and Tchatlja.
Bombarding  Adrianople.
Sofia, Nov. 5.���Reports are current
here that the Bulgarian army before
Constantinople ls on the verge of car-
ryng the forts at Tchatalja. Latest ac-
nts
O'Gorman. a bootmaker, whose body
was found ln the river, Mrs. Mary
Butler, his daughter, said she hai
spoken to him only once within flfteei
years. When their mother died the
children were sent to a school, and
he never came to see them. "I knew
him," she added, "but he did not
know me."
"That'B perjury, first pop," said
Thomas Brennan, amid laughter, at
Swords Petty Sessions, when John
Barrett, of St. Margaret's, who had
him summoned for allowing a cow.
a calf, and a donkey to trespass on hls
land, denied thauthe place was a common. The chairman said he supposed
the cattle were out taking exercise.
"That's right, Blr," said the defendant
"and they went In when the gate was
open to lose their appetite." (Laughter.) When the chairman said that a
fine of Is., with 2s. costs, would be
inflicted, the defendant said he could
pay that much, but that if they went
any higher it would be nearly the
price of the cow.
A Look Ahead.
Hurrah!   Hooray I   O happy day]
There's good In everything.
When woman fair our lights shall share
In politics, by jlng.
It's certain thst the monster bat
Must do some vanlshtngl
AFTERTHOUGHT. '
We cannot be too sure of that���   '
tthe may enlarge the ring.
��� -Kansas City Star.
Hear It
Ty Cobb said at a baseball banquet
In Minneapolis:
"l admit tnat there Is too much lond
talk, too mucb arguing and wrangling
aud chin music In a game or baseball.
"1 know a mnn wbo wns seen tbe
other day getting Into a tnxlcab.
" 'Where are you going?' they asked
blm.
"Tm going tn henr the hall game,'
tte replled."-Wasblngton Star.
COAL MINING rights of the Dominion ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and in a portion of tbe province or British Columbia, may be leased tor a term of twen-
-y-one yeara at an annual rental of
H an acre. Not more than 2,660 acres
will be leased to one applicant
Application for a lease must be
nade by the applicant in person to
'.he Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
n which the right* applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
he described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and ln unsurvey-
ed territory tbe tract applied for shall
be staked out by the applicant him,
self.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $6 which will be
refunded If the rights applied for arc
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate
of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting.' for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated such returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the leasee will bt
permitted to purchase whatever avail
able surface rights may be considered
necessary for the working of the mine
at the rate ot $10 an acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary ot
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent ot
Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior
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FROM MANXLAND.
counts from Adrlanople are that a terrific bombardment of tbat city is lu
progress.
Must Protect Subjects.
Paris, Nov. 5��� Turkey, In a collective note to the powers, today asked
that each s?nd an additional warship
to Constantinople to prevent an outbreak against the Christian population.
Reporta Defeat of Greeks.
Constantinople,     Nov.    6.���Turkish.        ,.,,,, .   ���.,..������������
newspapers here announced today that J*   Charles   Hawsley,   of   Wallasey,
the  Turkish  troops repulsed  the at-
The number of Intending emigrant?
from Manxland is exceptionally large
thia year.
Mlas Eva Isabel Watterson, only
daughter of Wm. Watterson, Douglas,
was married to Henry Hawsley, son
tack on Salonika, defeating the Greek
Invading force.
Turkey Cannot Prevent Massacre.
Berlin, Nov. 5.���It ls seml-officlally
stated here today that the Turkish
government has intimated to the German foreign otfice that If the Bulgarian army ia successful in its assault
upon Constantinople, it will be impossible to prevent an antl-Chrtatlan uprising In Turkey.
The Sultan, it ls stated, has renewed
his appeal to the Kalaer to use his influence to get the allies to agree to an
armistice.
Cheshire,
The Rev. H. D. Purdy, M. A., pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church.
Ramsey, has accepted an invitation !j
the pastorate of Houghtonle-Sprlng
Durham, and will take up his new duties next month.
The marriage took place at Mang
hold, of Wilfred Cannell, third son ol
the late John Cannell, for many years
inspector of police at Ramsey, and
Miss Edith Wattleworth, daughter o<
the late Robert Wattleworth, builder.
The attendance at the funeral   of
1 Canon Moore Illustrated   the   respect
New They Never Speak.
Osllelgli-Here's ihe dress snlt yon
loaned me. old mun. aud thanks. It
didn't flt me very well, so I had the
tailor mnke a few alterations.
Green���The deuce you didl Well, ot
all tbe-
Gallelgh-Ob. It's all right 1 told
him to send the bill to me.-Uoston
Transcript
Haw Ha Found It Out
While noils of wise mm hum for germs
And labor without reusing
One scholar claims in studied terms
That nirtlng Is Increasing.
Perhaps 'tis but a mental whim
Or else he's aeen a vision.
Some msld, mayhap, has smlletf at Mas
Aod clinched the supposition
-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Reinforcements Proceeding. [and regard In whieh the late Vicar of
Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. 5.���Reinforce-' Braddan was held all over the Island.
ments continue to proceed to the front The procession was headed by the
from the Bulgarian capital ln consid- Lord Bishop, the Ven. Archdeacon,
erable numbers. Some Servian troops Canon Savage, and the Reverenda R.
passed through here yesterday for Ad- D. Kermore and J. M. Spicer; and
rlanople and today eight battalions of there was a representative attendance
volunteers, including Macedonians and ot tlie Insular clergy.
Russians entrained for the front,  lt is .  '
reported that flghting still continues WIDENING
In the   neighborhood   of   Serai   and WEST asks.w'OEmriu
Tchorlu. 	
ViennaAto?"-ThdeFflrat'division' Ottawa, Nov. 5.-Resolutlon. have
rf the Austro-Hungarlan fleet left the been coming ln to the government of
naval atation at Pola for the east last jate (rom various quarters suggesting
night.  The commander of the division , ^ change jn the immigration policy ao
OF IMMIGRATION POLICY
has been ordered to report to the Austro-Hungarlan ambassador at Constantinople.
RATHER MOVE THAN MARRY.
Only   Tsn   of   8lxty-Nlna   Baehelora
Wsd to Keep Their Homsa In
Ireland.
Dublin, Nov. 6���There ls somewhal
rf a hullaballoo In the village of Dun-
��haughlln, County Meath, because only
ten of sixty-nine bachelors have married, as they were yarned three
months ago either to wed or move out
of cottages owned by the rural council. Ot the ten. flve had been apparently determined woman haters before
the order was Issued.'
The cottages ocoupled by the bachelors are owned by the raral council,
the members of which wish not only.
to Increase the population of the town,
but to lnoreaae Its prosperity, and
they reasoned that if the bachelors
wonld marry they would become mora
thrifty, work wore regularly and be of
f����Tnr general service to the conv
.Institutions.
In Justice ta many ot these obstln-
te baobelors, It must be admitted that
they are a trifle old to catoh the fancy
rf rhe average lassie In County Meath.
wh��r* the lassies are noted for their
.srice and beauty.
as to extend It to classes not now encouraged. The latest to hand eome?
from the Associated Boards of Tradr
of Western Canada. This resolution
asks the immigration service to offer
Inducements to "tradesmen, laborer
and others now so indispensable tr
the general development of Western
centres." .
It notes that hitherto the immlgra
tlon service was restricted to home
steadera, but declares that the home
steads of the pratria provinces nov
are nearly all taken up, so that ther'
Is little of this work left for the de
partment to handle. All classes o'
labor, lt savs, should now be tecour
aged to come.
EDMONTON PRAISED.
British M. P. Saya Canadian City lr
Freest City on Faee of Earth.
London, Nov. 6.���Francia Neilson
Liberal member tor Hyde, Chshlre
who has travelled extensively and
written largely on the land question.
A Lovers' Quarrel.
"So the engagement Is broken." said
Maude.
"Yea." replied llsymle. "1 am glad
I found blm out In time. RIs Ides.
about the alimony a divorced woman
ought to hav. are absurdly pandmooi-
oua."���Washington Star.
The Hard Part
"Huhr aays lb. mend. "Yon get
your money easy enoughr
"Oh. I know I *tt*t, It easily." rpplfcd
th. otlier. "All I ha*, to 4a la stand in
Iin. for my pay envelop.. It was tb.
earning It I was kicking about"���
Judge's Library.
Figuratively Speaking.
There waa a young lady of Bkye
With a shape like a capital i.
HIM aald: "it's too bad!
But tben. I ean pad."
Which shows you tbat ngures eaa tla.
-   -tileae Kails Newa.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
He the southwest quarter of Section
33, Township 10, in the District ol
New Westminster.
Whereaa proof of the loss of Certlfl
oate of Title Numher 7338K, issued in
the name of George Seeley, has been
filed tn this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, ln a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certlflcate. unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
v C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westmin
ster, B.C.. October 30,1912.      (1)
munlty and Its social and educational declared In a lecture yesterday   that
munuy auu h Edmonton was the freest olty on the
face of the earth, declaring that there
were no taxea there pn Improvements,
In fact no Indirect tax with the exception of an Imperlal protective tax
which the people would shift Immediately if they had their own way.
L.O.O.M.
LABOR BUREAU
Male help skilled or otherwt* supplied fra. of charge. Apply Secretary,
CIS Columbia St. Phona 251.
D. McAulay
TaL 711.
ARCHITECT
Cor. Wh aad CotaaM*.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C., Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
RELIABLE HOUSE MOVERS
All work guaranteed.    Estimates
furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
003 Dublin Street. Phone 984.
Second Hand Store
J. G. SMITH.
Buy and sell new and   second   hand
goods of all kinds.   Tools esneclally.
M Mclnnes Street. Phone 100*
FROM PROFITS OR
LOSSES?
We ALL advertise.
A man advertises, his character by his
deeds, his wisdom by his words or by his
silence. A merchant's store, stock, and windows speak either well Or ill of his business.
So when a man says "No, I do not advertise," he knows not what he says. What
he really means is that he does not publish
printed advertisements.
Some proclaim thla as thongh It
were a- virtue���yet spend much effort
and lnveat much money In advertising their business through mediums
other than the printed word.
They may make their wares fit for
a king���yet hesitate to Introduce them
to Brown or Smith.
This is inconsistency.
Th. truth is, printed advertising U
a vital force tn EVERY business, just
as is the "silent" advertising of a
product's quality or a merchant's service.
When you employ ths Printed Word
as your, solicitor In the Court of Pub-
lie Opinion, yon bulld good will for
your product or aervlce���a good wlll
that resulta in profit.
If unrepresented at this Court, your
Interests are aa unprotected as though
when Involved ln a lawsuit, you failed to "enter an appearance" and the
case Is decided agalnat you���by da-
fault.
So lt Is clear that you pay for adverting���one way or th. other. If
you pay lt wages It will work FOR
you.
If you refuse Its offers of service,
it will work AGAINST you, ln juat
the measure of lta employment by
your competitors.
So you ARE paying for advertising either
out of your profits or by your losses.
Are you losing by not advertising in The
N.ews?
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PAGE  EIGHT
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1912,
m
Wednesday and Thursday
SPECIALS
Crab Apples, No. 1 Hyslops, per
box, $2; per lb 5c
No. 1 cooking Apples, per
box $1-00
Jonathans, last chance to get
these beautiful Apples at, per
box  $1.65
Grapes, Emperor, Tokay or Malaga, per basket  60c
Cranberries, long keepers, per
lb. ....7,;..i  17c
Catsup, pint bottles," equal to
best brands, per bottle 25c
40 o?.. scut n-ix Pickles, bargain
at, each  25c
Salmon, fJp. 1 pack, Mb. tins, 2
for   .1... 25c
Strawberry Jam, pure, in 5-lb.
tlnB, each 80s
DELICATESSEN
Our Cakes, all different makes.
are a real live bargain at per
Ib 25c
Smoked Salmon, delicious for
breakfast, per Ib 20:
Kippered Herring, per lb....10c
Roquefort Cheese, per lb���60s
Limberger Cheese, per lb., 3,ric,
2 lb3 65s
Swiss Cheese, per Ib 35;
Don't forget that Clover Creamery Butter at 3 lbs. for..$1.03
Always remember our pood3
are guaranteed, if not satisfactory, your money gladly refunded.
THE
I
Public Supply Stores
V L. ADAMS       S. K. BRIGG3
PHONE 2.
It Is Your
Duty to Select
Those Who
Will After You
Be The
Financial Advisors Of
Your Wifa
And Children
Vour business now runs
smoothly because you are
directing it, but in case of your
death would it long continue
so ?
Your investments are successful because of your handling
but would your wife be able to
select advisors besl qualified?
By the simple process of making a Will you can save your
wife very much worry, trouble
and probable loss. That is why
it is your duty to attend to it
now.
This Company can aid you
with advice, because that 13
our bualneas, We have the ex-
perlenoe and knowledge neces-
sary, anJ o\:r help In deciding
these mailers Is at your disposal for the asking.
Call or write today.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00
Weather Today.
Victoria, Nov. 5.���Tbe weather forecast for the next twenty-four hours is
as follows: Lower mainland, light tu
moderate winds, mostly cloudy with
occasional rains.
fIRST AID CLASSES
Will BE RESUMED
Mrs. T. R. Pearson will not receive
until the New Year.
Mr. E. H. Mansfield and Mr. R. D.
Edwards, directors of the Peoples
Trust company, left last night on a
business trip to Kamloops.
Tbe Y. M. C. A. Debating society
will hold its regular meeting tonight.
The secretary will be prepared to re
ceive applications from "all those who
desire to become members.
Edmonds wood and coal yard.
Phone R 1111, W. A. McDonald.     ������
The Port Haney Conservatives held
a great banquet last night at which
enthusiastic speeches were delivered
bv Mr. J. D. Taylor, M.P., Mr. W. J.
Manson, M.L.A., Reeve Mars, of Coquitlam, and others.
A. Hardman, the cake man. Get
Kood bread. Eightb Street Bakery.
Telephone 281. (8)
Vancouver, New Westminster and
Burnaby musical talent will entertain
at Moreton hall, Edmonds, this even
ing for the beneflt of Mr. H. Water
man, organist of St. Albans Anglican
church.
A special meeting of the Loyal
Order of Moose lodge will be held
Wednesday night. H. L. Repnogle.
organizer, and Edgar Easter will address the meeting. (25)
Messrs. McLennan, McFeeley & Co..
of Vancouver, have been awarded the
contract for the Installation of the
kitchen and laundry machinery at
the Mount Coquitlam Colony Farm.
The contract price mentioned is $S,-
753.30.
Miss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, has opened ber studio at
Thirteenth avenue and Sixth street.
Telephone R 735. (10)
Suffering injuries said to have been
caused by dropping a headlight on his
foot some time ago. Conductor Edgar
Carson, of the B. C. E. R.. is lying
seriously ill in the Royal Columbiai:
hospital and his condition is said to
be occasioning grave fears.
Fire Chief Watson has received
word that the new aerial truck for
Mo. 1 fire hall will be shipped November 14. and will probably arrive In
Westminster during the early part ot
December. In order to carry the
weight of the various machines the
floor in No. 1 hall will be reinforced
this veek by the laying of two Inch
planking.
Milllnery-*-A real genuine sale of
ladies' and children's trimmed hats |
at Miss Davey's private millinery parlor. A large stock to select from. All
this season's goods. Don't mlss this
opportunity. 204 Agnes street, nearly
opposite St. Mary's hospital. (24)
The banquet lo be tendered Dr.
Dvight Chown, principal of Ryerson
college, b.v the clergy and laymen of
the Westminster Methodist rhiTch
will be held in the Columbian o��lle?e
gymnasium Thursday evening. The
function will be marked by the lirst
public appearance this year of the
"ho'r composed of the college
students.
The investigation- regardi1-.? erndi
tions on the snagpuller Samsuii wil'
be resumed by Commissioner Hon. W.
Norman Bole, K.C In the office of
Resident Engineer WorsfoIJ cn Thurs
dav morning everal other win. tses
including the *.*c;v of the Samson an 1
Wharfinger William Philpot are y<.t to
he heard before the investigator will
be In a position to repor'. to the Do
minion authorities at Ottawa.
A pleasant ceremony was enacted
last evening at the home of Mr. Henry
Fairweather. 509 Eleventh street
when Mrs. Fairweather, late organ!si
of the Sixth Avenne Methodist church
was presented with a cut glass t< rn
bowl, a gift from many of the members of the church. About thirty-five
attended   the   gathering   and   an   en-
| Joyable evening was spent, the program including musical selections, ail
! dresses, etc.
Certificates Awarded to Twelve Successful Students���Annual Meeting of St. Johns Association.
With a very enthusiastic attendance
of members the annual meeting and
awarding of certificates of the New
Westminster Local Centre of St.
Johns Ambulance association was
held last njght in the Y. M. C. A. The
following were elected officers for the
ensuing year: Chairman, Dr. G. H.
Manchester; vice-chairman, Mr. J. W.
Crelghton; honorary secretary, Dr. G.
T. Wilson; honorary treasurer, Mr. L.
M. Richardson.
Certificates   of   competency   were
awarded in the   order   following   toi
those who successfully passed   their
last year's examinations:    Mrs. God-1
son, Mrs. Ethel Smith, Miss K. Laid-j
law, Mrs. J.   Bennett,    Mrs.   McCall, |
Mrs    Webb,   Miss   A. Taylor,   Mrs. j
Whitaker,   Mrs.   V.   H.   Brown,   Mr.
George Hoverstock, Mr.    T.    Cherry,
Mr, P. H. Porter.
In his annua! report the secretary
stated that thirty-three persons torm-!
ed the classes last year, while twelve I
successfully took the examinations |
It was hoped that at least 100 would |
be Instructed this year. j
With regard to the recent flrst aid
demonstrations held In Victoria on
September 28, which the Duke of Connaught, grand prior cf the order, witnessed, the secretary stated that they.,
had proved such a success that it wa*
decided to make them an annua!
event. The next competitions will
probably beJjeld in Vancouver. Some
very handsome challenge cups have
been donated for prizes.
It was decided to hold the flrst aid
classes for men and nursing classes
for ladies at an early date and ar
rangements will be made for them a',
once. All those who wish to take part
ln these are requested to see the secretary, Dr. Wilson.
FIFTH  OF  NOVEMBER
American    Elections ��� Guy    Fawkes
Celebrations���Interested Throngs.
Guy Fawkes night and the American election returns furnished plenty
of excitement In the city last evening
crowds gathering at every corner to
discuss the political situation in the
United States. This in spite of the
downpour.
The election of Woodrow Wilson as
president of the American Republic
was expected by a large majority of
neople in the cily who had been following the campaign, and the only-
interest shown was in the result be
tween Roosevelt and Taft for second
place.
The small boy, with his usual exuberance, laid in a goodly supply of
powder and ammunition, and in a
smaller way, attempted to pull off the
feat of blowing everything and everybody to destruction. which Guy
Fawkes was in the act of doing iu
London 308 years ago.
Announcement
We desire to convey to the public our thanks for the cordial reception
we have received nt the opening of our new house furnishing store, corner
Twelfth street and Sixth avenue, and beg to announce that our lines are
complete and more goods on the way. and as our store Is hardly large
enough to accommodate our business we are compelled to sell about as fast
as the goods come; In order to do so, we are giving tickets to every purchaser to the amount of $1.00, that is for every $1.00 worth sold a ticket
goes with the purchase. This ls open to everybody; no limit whatever, If
you buy $1.00 worth you get one ticket and lf you buy $100.00 worth you
can draw one hundred tickets and so on. We will give away at least twenty
prizes, a list of which will be published later.
We can sell cheaper than anybody else because our rent Is small and
we pay no salaries at all, as we do all the work ourselves and we adhere
strictly to the pollcy of small profits and quick returns.
Hotels, restaurants and boarding houses are respectfully Invited to Inspect our line of Royal Ironstone China, the best ^are on the market to
stand rough handling, and we sell these cheaper than the ordinary kind.
We also carry Ranges, Stoves and Heaters, and all kinds of Kitchen-
ware, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Electric Irons, etc., etc.
We are In a position to furnish rooming houses complete cheaper than
you can furnish elsewhere. We can supply your office with anything you
want from Typewriter to Safes and Vaults.
Below ls a list of the lucky ticket holders cf last month's drawing:
D. Kennedy, 1407 Sixth avenue, No. �� Felt Mattress; Mrs. Christy,
Nanaimo street, 101-piece Dinner Set; E. B. Barrett, 1210 Hamilton street,
Glass Set; Mrs. Nesbett, 1113 Leith street, Couch; J. S. Wallace, corner
Nanaimo and Twelfth streets, pair of 8clssors; Mrs. George Little, Aluminum Pepper and Salt; Mrs. F. W. Cawertffi, Syrup Jug; Mrs. G. R. Speck,
Third avenue, Nickle Tea Pot; Mrs. W. Preston, 1301 Sixth avenue, Glass
Pitcher.
C* N. EDMONDSON & CO*
Cor* 12th St* and Sixth Ave., Vancouver Car Line.
ADDITIONAL LAUNCHES
FOR FISHERIES SERVICE
The Dominion government 13 plan
ning to increase its fleet of small
gasoline schooners in tho fishery pro
tection service In British Columbia
waters and tenders are being called
for the construction cf two additional
launches at tlie present time.
These are to be 45 feet lon? with 3
beam of 10 feet. One of them will
probably be used on the Fraser, while
the other will be stationed on the
northern coast.
ASSIZES  ADJOURNfeD.
Until
Fraser Hotel (j\f[
IS NOW OPEN
Meals at all hours.  We serve
the best t!ie market supplies
11 BEGfclE Street
Monday Next���Announcement
by Registrar.
Owing to the Illness of Justice Mur-
ihy the assi/.e court sittings were ad
iQtirned until Monday, the 10th inst.
at 11 o'clock. Registrar of the Supreme Court .1 J, Cambridge made the
announcement yesterday forenoon to
tho assembled Jurors and auditors.
To the petit jury sitting in Bogh
Singh's case he made the usual announcement thai tliey must not dismiss the case other than with themselves.
Sheriff Armstrong stated that if the
jurors returned home he would allow them tlieir mileage for the journey back but, of course, their $2 a day
fee would be suspended whilst at
home.
UNDESIRABLE NOW
AGREES TO DEPART
Tom Huston apparently did not Ilka
the little taste of jail which he had
M a result of his refusal to pay a
fine assessed him a week or two ago,
fcr he waa quick to grasp the opportunity presented him yesterday morning by Magistrate Edmonds to get out
of town within an hour.
Huston was picked up by the policy
Monday night on a drunk and disorderly charge and in court was sentenced to thirty days in jail. Magistrate Edmonds, however, decided th:^
city would be better served by his
immediate departure and agreed to
suspend sentence if he would forget
New Westminster existed. Huston
said he would, and left.
No Fight in Hochelaga.
Montreal, Nov. 5.���There will be no
contest in Hochelaga unless the
Nationalists make a fight. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier wrote to the local executive
today, strongly urging them not tr
make a fight in this division on thf
".aval policy of the government until
that policy has been announced and
his advice will, of course, be acted
upon.
"THE MISSOURI GIRL."
Of all the attractions of the past decade, none is more popular with the
theatre-going public than that quaint
and always welcome, pretty domestic
comedy, "The Missouri Girl."    Its author and    manager,    Mr.    Fred    Raymond, feels justly  proud   of    Its    unbounded success as a work of dramatic art, years of popular favor and wonderful drawing powers.
lt is a faithful picture of American
country life, with a healthful and invigorating atmosphere. In the construction of fhis truly successful play
Mr. Raymond has given to the American stage two character delineations,
'Zeko" and "Daisy," which stand
alone as laugh producers, and ono
wonders at the unadulterated simplic-
ty which characterizes those two ex-
ruciatingly funny creations; but the
play has also its serious side of life,
vhich brings into action an exceptionally strong company of artists.
"The Missouri Girl" is remarkable
for the attention which is given to the
details in the elaborate settings and
���ccessories. giving the play a most
ealistic elTect. During the action cf
the play novel musical numbers,
iongs and dances are introduced. It
-ill he at the Opera House tomorrow
evening.
NEXT YEAR---1913
TME YEAR OF THE BIG RUN
The best way to be prepared for the large catch, Is by installing
a "YALE" Gasoline Engine In your fishing boat. This Engine has
proved to be the best Engine on the Pacific coast for the fishing trade.
Ask any one of the many owners of a "YALE" his opinion of the
"YALE."
We build these Engines in two different stvles, the Medium and
Heavy Duty sizes. ,
The Medium Duty Engines are built in four sizes from 5 h.p. to
20 h.p.
The Heavy Duty Engines are built from 20 h.p. up.
Get your orders in early.   Write for Catalogue.
The Schaake Machine Works
HEAPS ENGINEERING CO. Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.C.
RESIDBCE LOTS
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
tVla Central Tark) at 5 and 5:46
tr.tn. and every 15 minutes thereafter
until 9 p.m., with half hourly service
until 11 p.m., last car at 12 midnight.
Sundays���at 6. 7, 7:30, 8 and 8:30
a.m., regular service thereafter.
(Via Burnaby) at 5:45, 6:45 and 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p ra.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays���
First car at 8 a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���First car at 8 a.m., tegular
service thereafter.
FRA8ER 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 ratee are offered
cer the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
al) points on the division.
Tickets for these special ex-
ciusions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
MAha)   YOUR   PLANS   TO
TAKK   THIS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
These Are All in Good Locations
and Are Good Investments at the
Prices they can be Bought for Now
1359���FIFTH STREET near Eighth
avenue; 50x122 to lane; a good buy
at $1,000; one-third cash.
1195���SEVENTH AVENUE near 4th
street; two lots; upper side; 60xl3'l
all cleared and graded; price $1275
each.
1397���66 FOOT LOT corner of Sixth
avenue and Ash street; price $4000
on easy terms.
1393��� KNOX STREET, SAPPERTON.
66 foot lot ln good location; just off
Columbia street; price $1200 on
easy terms.
1398���5 LOTS ON TWELFTH AVE.,
near Sixth street car line; 50x150
each; some are cleared; street Is
graded; price $3000 on good terms.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
Wa write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,
and Marine Insurance.
Automobile
9
FOR SALE
-
Modern 6-Room House on Hamilton Street;
Modern Conveniences.
PRICE $2850, $500 CASH, BALANCE AS RENT
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE
628 and 746 Columbia Street, Phone 85., New Westminster, B. C.
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ELECTRICAL   FIXTURES,
Shades, Reading Lamps, etc
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656 63 Sixth Street

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