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VOLUME 7, NUMP
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1912,
PKJCB FIVE CENT&
BUSINESS WW
NAVAL QUESTION
President of Canadian Manufacturers       Association
Pleads for Unity.
Place Politics Aside���Not Wider Markets, But More Railway Lines
for West.
Ottawa, Sept. 24.���The forty-lire!
session of the Canadian Manufac
turerS' association opened here today,
Its feature being the address of President Nathaniel Curry, who dealt In a
masterly way with such Important
matters as trade extension, labor and
compensation, transportation, reciprocity and Imperial defence, and reviewed the growth of Canada's Industrial
side as shown by the returns of the
last session. In his address the president said:
"It Is a pleasure to note that our
government has opened the way for a
freer movement of trade between Can-
ana and the British West Indies, lt
the treaty of mutual preferential
trade that has been concluded Is followed up as we are told lt wlll be by
the Inauguration of a steamship service adequate to the needs, 1 look for
materlal beneQts to the Dominion as
a whole, but more particularly to Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime provinces. ,   ,
"Let us hone that the nesot ations
��rtw under way with Australia for   a
similar treaty   of preferential    trsde
will come to a successful Issue.
The Naval Question.
"Let nie say just a few WOTdl on
the naval question tnr.t is now so
prominently before us. As bus'nes?
men. K Bhould be our constant Sim
to face business issues In a buslneis
like way. The protection of our commerce upon tho high seas is a business rrf^a""0". tht the nat'on as a
wliole to idopt. comparable In all respects with the business precaution
whicli our municipalities adopt In at-
fordins our property police prote>
tlon. \\> don't look to Uie motherland to provide .the latter, ner should
we continue to leave ourselves entirely dependent upon her ter the termer.
The fact that circumstances have
compelled us to accept her protection
in tho past Is ail the rccr? reason why
we should make hi.sie to relieve har]
of tliat responHib'llty nov
LORD TEMPLCTOWN
IS WRY EMPHATIC
Never Wlll   Loyal  People  of  Ireland
Submit to Priest-ridden
Parliament.
Dromore, Ireland, Sept. 24,���Lord
Templetown, representative peer for
Ireland and founder of the Unionists
Clubs of Ireland, declared tonight:
"Onoe for all, under no ctrcum
stances, will the loyal people of Ire
land consent to be governed by a
priest-ridden parliament."
Lord Templetown spoke at a big
demonstration of "Ulster Day" campaigners, and, In proposing an antl
Horne Rule resolution, said that the
movement was a spontaneous uprls
lng.
Lord Templetown Is the fourth viscount of that name. He served ln the
Bulls and 60th (King Royal Rifles).
Apart from his career as a soldier he
is an electrical engineer of distinction, being a member of the British
association.
He Is the author ot a work entitled
���'Profitable Dairy Farming," and owns
some 23,000 acres.
AGED STATESMAN
HAS PASSED AWAY
For Half a Century Sir Richard  Cartwright  Served
His Country,
Was Seventy-seven Years Old���Held
Msny  High  Offices  in  the
Dominion.
6. C. IR. IS AIDING
COMING EXHIBITION
Special  Trains for   Convenience    of
Fraser Valley Farmers���Arrangements for S'.ock Also!
That the B. C. Electric company Is
working hand In hand with the R. A
society to make the New Went-
& I.
minster' exhibition of 1912 one of the
best ever held ln the city, was demonstrated yesterday when arrangements
were made to run a special train
leaving Chilliwack each morning of
the fair at 8 o'clock and stopping at
all the principal stations en route.
The train will leave the Columbia
streel denot at 10 o'clock each night
so that Uie people ct the Fraser valley will liavo plenty of time to sen all
the sights which will take place everyday during next week.
this is a new departure for the
l':>��, b'-t thc trip ���a'.:cr. by Mr. Purvis
KingBton, Sept. 24.���Sir Richard
Cartwright died today following a sur
gleal operatiou.
Sir Richard was born In 1835 and
devoted the great .part of bis life to
the service of his country politically.
He was a firm friend of the United
States, and as minister of trade and
commerce ln the Laurier cabinet, urged the commercial reciprocity with
the neighboring republic. He represented Canada on the Anglo-American
Joint high commission at Quebec ln
1898 and at Washington in 1898-1899.
Regret Is Widespread.
Ottawa, Sept. 24.���On all sides In
the capital there are heard expressions of regret at the passing of the
Liberal leader in the senate. He has
for a long period been a picturesque
figure and a strong fighter for the
principles which he strenuously main-
ERASER MILLS IS
INCREASING PLANT
New Cedar Mill Will Be Em-
ploying 300 Hands By
March Next
Will Invade Pralris Markets for Sash
and Doors���Hues Burner
Replaced.
An additional outlay of between
$360,000 aud $400,000, a new saw in.li
capable of cutting 126,000 feet every
ten hours aud tbe employment of 300
new hands, ls the latest announcement of the Canadian Western Lumber company, known to Westmlnstei
people as the Fraser Mills.
This Information was given out In
Vancouver yesterday by Colonel A. D
Davidson, president of the company
who stated that the new plant would
be devoted entirely to the cutting of
cedar wood.
What this will mean to   the   mer
chants of New Westminster cannot ba
estimated aB yet, but  from the fact
that the Millside line of the B. C. E.
R. means closer access to local mar
kets, it will undoubtedly be the means
of bringing the people of the mills to
New Westminster more and more.
Entirely Separate.
Mr. W. S.    Rogers,   manufacturing
manager of the Fraser   Milla,   Inter
viewed last evening, said:   "The new
plant wilt be exclusively'devoted    to
the cutting of cedar logs which will
be transformed to the  rough planks
and later to finlrhcd sash and doors,
a separate plant being Included ln tho
above estimate.
"At the present time a great majority of the sash and door products
are iranufactured in the mills of th"
United States and shipned across the
border to the large and ever increas
Ing cities of the prairle3. This company Intends to invade this territory
and bv March 1. 1913. the new plan*
will be ln working order ready tor
the spring trade.
Worii Already Ctarted
DUKE DECIDES TO
GO FURTHER NORTH
Will    View    Portland   Canal    Before
Turning South���Travels 1C0
Miles Out on Cteel.
Prince Rupert, Sept. 24.���Entrancec
with the beauty of the northern coas'.
the royal travelers bave decided t<
alter their plans, and therefore, be
fore returning, to Victoria wlll gt
north from here to Port Simpson and
thence ou to Portland Canal anc
Stewart. There they will turn south
wards for Victoria, calling at Aler.
Bay en route.
,> Today Their Royal Hlghnesse
went out upon the G. T. P. for a dis
tance of 100 milea, the train traveling
at a uniform speed of 35 miles pei
hour. They expressed great admlra
tion for the beautiful scenery.
A ifift of scarf pins was made ia
officials ot the G. T. P. The -royal
party goes north tomorrow.
CHICAGO REPORT IS
PROBABLY UNTRUE
BUSINESSMEN'S
INTEREST NEEDED
To Ensure Success of Campaign for Funds for Pub-
No
$20,000  Bills  Were  Stolen  from
Bank���Accountant Leaves fcr
Tsronto.
Another move In the famous Bank
of Montreal robbery, which took plac-j
In this city a little over a year ago
will be made this week when Mr. W.
H. G. Phipp3, accountant of the local
institution, will leave for Toronto,
where he will appear against the mau
Davis and his alleged wife, who wer.'
taken hack to the Queen City from
New Westminster on Saturday last.
Little credence Is placed In the
Chicago report which stated that .(
Greek of that city had attempted to
pass eff a ?20,000 bi!lv
The bank officials state that no
were stolen
SIR RICHARD CARTWRIGHT
A^fel^ISS   Aged libera. leader^Upper House
in a position to Ao BOnetn.na; for our I fro|gllt aml passenger apent. to the re-
pelvtu. Jc-Pt fair at CIrHiwac'c ':"?.1}1?4 .these'
Need rf Preparation^ _  rf.c'als to find .'"Mt *H trend of pub
who died yesterday,
"The so-called Herman peril may be
a realltv. or it may not, I don't know,
nor do any of us know. V.'e sinnerelv
hone it is not. fnr war of any kind is
a calamity to be avoided at all co3t
save that of national honor. But if tf*
are unanimous upon thi3 point,^Wp
should a'��o be unanimous ai to 'the
wisdom cf lieirr; prepared to defend
ourselves Ter any emergency, however
gre-.t. Instead of temnnrlzlnc with
vain surmises we Bhould rather paj
(Continued on Page Four.)
LULU ISIAND CASE
AGAIN ADJOURNED g
���-.   #**"
Lumber   Company
British   Cana&in
Refuses to Alter Its Petitic;
Suit Councll
lie opinion towards the provincial fair
tt*A to nscertain that practically all
the farmers of the valley were bent
on seeing for themselves thc "Beat in
the West."
The train leaving Chilliwack will
stop at the following station: Sardis
Huntingdon, Abbotsford. Clayburn
Mt. Lehman. Jackman. Jardine, Mi!
ner. Langley Pralrle. Cloverdale. Me
I.rllan. Kennedy and South WesUaln-
ste". The train will leave nt 10
o'clock eaeh nlKht. stopping at all
stations along the line wher? passengers want to alight and will arrive al
Cb'lliwack at 12:30 midnight.
Mr. Power haa also arranged for a
sp"clnl Btock train which will bring
down to the fair about a dozen car3
live stock from tho different P jtnts
the vnlley. Tbe time has r;ot j,een
get or this as yet, the eo��",pany jea,.
ing It to the farmw; to arrange
among themselves',-),,, moBt suitable
day and time *)���.��� their exhibits can
1?? shipped. S
tained for fifty years. In point of
years and public service it could bm
truly said that he was the Nestor ot
Canada's parliament.
His death came as a surprise In
view of the vigor exhibited by him
during the last session. On the verv
last Aay of the session he delivered
one of his old time attacks brimful o
sarcasm and distinguished in Its form
by cha3te and beautiful English. "  -
Sir Richard suffered from failiasf
eyesight and rveumnt!','n wh'ch pre*
v "iea hlm" from taking *��� active
public part   In   affairs   as   in format
years, yet h��3 voice never lost lt�� 'h'"""J^ 't'l^aMw burMfc the
power hor hls argument, the'r Bting. JJ��L^'fte "^rW, ��0*1* of the
Laurier^ THhays     wafer jackl.t type, will bs installed in.
""������The'n'ew plant will be located 100
vards ea;i of the present mill, on the
Af'
1
The objection of the
of the BritiBli Cana" v-^ xMWb*t in-i..
pany to alter Its t ^^ <0 ^ court.*
tor tbe canoelh ��7 of ��,>rtaHi street.*
running tlm J7 JT pm>��LN", on Lulu
island ref ���* *���0tfr��r adjourn
Tt0 <*e hearing of the petition
rT Jams m beWre his hono.
?,ud *> VMwayttTthe <��unty court ye*
\onnnk\m -Mdnd# night Mr W'^
whliS& <rff Wlifceside & Edmonds
ImSZZ****"   *"h   the acting
+     ARGENTINA WANTED
"''      COQUITLAM STOCK
Offered Any Pries at Toronto   Bays
Inspector of IfnmlcraMcn at
Vanoouver.
Vancouver,   Sept  24,���Enthusiasts
His senate collen*i;84s>*hr testified
to his charm and ctMiftWy of manner
n private Lie. Sir Wilfrid Luurle--
save the following tribute this after-
���'I have lost \\i S'r Uiclwrd one or
my oldest personal friends. I was
associated with him fcr more than
thirty years.
"As leader of the party my relations with him were at all times most
cordial. If there arose hetween us
(V.ierences of opinion. It was never
diflloull to satisfactorily adjust them.
(Continued on Page Four.)
WOULD PLACE ARCH
AT QUEENS PARK
HON. THOMAS TAYLOR
OPENS SURREY FAIR
Alderman Curtis and Dr. F. P. Smith
Open ths Ball���Progressive
elation and Port Msnn.
The initial movement fn connection with the organizing of a financial
campaign to provide funds for publicity and development purposes for
Westminster was taken st the meeting of the executive of the Progressive association last night when President F. P. Smith and Alderman
Curtis were appointed to approach
a number of prominent business meu
of the city to interest them in the
matter and invoke their support.
It is suggested    that    a whooping
campaign be started    in which    the
prime movers would be the business
men of the city���those who have tha
largest Vested Interest in the   city..   .
The plans are only in a tentative form
at the present time however, and tha
committee will await a report front
Messrs Smith and Curtis before carrying the matter any further.
Port Mann Co-Operarticit.
A proposal was brought up at tho>
meeting tbat the co-operation of the
Port Mann Board of Trade he eecur-
ed ln working for the development of
the district as the Interests of that
town were declared to be identical
and they ought to unite for the mutual benefit of the district.   The suggestion was approved and steps will
be taken to get in touch    with   the-
Pert Mann bedy.
A vote of thn.nka was passed to
Acting Mayer Gray for the excefTent-
arrangements that had been made for
the press during the recent vvlsft of
tbe Duke of Connaught to the city as
this had secured a large amount of
excellent publicity for the c:ty, not
only in tbe local papers, but also Iu
the Vancouver and outside papera
It was stated that the Vaaeowrer
World Und complimented Who mem-
burn Ot the local reception commlttea-
��� tor tbe excellent arrangements ana
I on every hand satisfaction had been
I expressed  by   newspapermen.
A complimentary ticket waB received from Mr. MacKenzie of the R-A.
& I. Society tor the exhibition next
week. Several letters were received
and left in the hands of Secretary
Kecneth Myers to deal with.
���rvoim  faircauy   -iai icu. b.llsOf .that   iUilO'J.'it    WCru   Stolen   a
���The piL'h tor the uew mill have al Iule t-uie.   The rovers were so alrald
ready  been  drlvysa and  the wor* ot 1 0t the larp;e denominations that they I
erecting the main ballditigs will be h���tt two *500 hills laying oa the tlt��r\^'�� "' "'"'^"' '^"r"~" JZ��ZZ
started immediately so that the roots er tte vault when the haul was made.]*" ^IT^luSfh./
of the structures can be covered in l ���� ' v'rv ,,:,n,i satisfaction l���d
before the real rainy weather sets in I
"In the cedar mill we shall install
a 9 foot double cut band saw. a 40
inch gang saw, a 66 inch Merchon re-
saw, edger, trimmer and slasher and
also a lath mill. Ip another building
a shingic factory wiH be installed
comprising 16 u;rig'!t machines,, and
spalter. Thi refuse from the big log-'
will be used In the latter mill, thu��
reducing wa3te. The sash and door
factory will be the most complete
plant in the Dominion today, having
a capacltv of 1000 sashes and doors.
"The whole of thenew plant w:lLb*
driven by electricity, an IS]!} K. V. A
low pressure turbine bslng feonn'7'ed
with the present steam r'a"t cf t,!,i
mill, '    ^    -
Giant  burner.
���'The present refuse burner, fWMM
53x100 feet high, will be rerndVe* ��-'
Is Presented with Gciden Key���Splendid Display of Vepetables and
Poultry.
LIVED UNDER SIX
BRITISH REIGNS
S3C?TS3^.B^ the matter,  ov^ the ^idta ��Va*r>y British Col
-a��� it wns "agreed that a motion
2S& 4 Canned against making
.2rSb&tW* 'to the   P��tHon ��
��?ere stfaltefed that the city might re
�����*& tfwrtlon of two greets be
rtw��en RWer road and the b��n"�� ��}
��1?**���� This motion was accord-
SWSdcS* in ^e council anc,
rJifl ^ith Alderman Dodd <L��?'u
ST   1-hTportions of the laud .ijeclflc
'   ''when Mr��>White.lde took the mat-
r&rSarJSsA
i��� ���t��ht have time to   explain   the
oil next Monday eYfn,nB;.��� ��������.������
InVwill be resumed on the Tuesday
following this meeting.
U��ri      <-*l*J     ��� asmsanssm-nm    ���������--��       ��� .    .
umbla nt the recent Tonoeito Exhlb
tlon, Mr. M. It J. Ro��. CWtadlan ln
spector of Immigration at Vancouver,
yesterday reSwwd t**Om hts vocati ji.
spent In the eatL Mt. Iteffl laid spec
Isl stress cn Hrm, wwtfess <of the e*'
hlblts of th�� Cotonv farm, which
nractlcally nnriie a <&etcn *weep of tho
honors.
According to the Inspector, a is-
presentsttv* ot the Argentine government ofTered the government's own
price for the leading T&nlmals exhibit
ed. His efforts rec��tved little rj
sponBe however and sli the live stock
was brought bar* tatatit to the farm
at Mtrant Coqulflnm.
And   Remove  Pressnt  Uneiflhtly  En
trance���R. A. A L and Cltlxena
Favor  Scheme.
Talked All  Day.
Los Angeles, Sept. 24.���William J.
Bryan delivered   a Uoien   addressed
In Los Angeles   yesterday   although
four haa   heen scheduled.     For  12  _��� ���	
hours the Nebraskan was kept on the, be  removed and
The question of having tho location
of the Fisheries and Lumberman's
arch chanted from the comer of Columbia and Fourth streets to the lower entrance of Queens park, has been
taken up by the Progressive association and also by several members of
the Board ot Trade. The matter was
endorsed also laat night by the R. A.
& 1 Society.
It will be remembered that the Jum-
bermans' arch In Vancouver, which
whs erected on one of the streets of
that ctty. has been presented to the
Vaneouver parks committee, has been
accepted and s to be placed in Stanley park.' A similar move Is planned
for this city for thus tho old and worn
out entrance gate at the park might
one    representing
varus tii��t ui in*. K.^w��� ��� -.
waterfront, aud will be the most up-
to-date in    machinery^ ��*"�������.
ments on the coast.   Six standard dry
kllna will also bo built to handle the
n6.qC maS mor^tnen will It mean
on ?h��e pay'oV-About 300 Including
the yard men."
Work Night and Day.
Mr Rogers went further and stated
that the present orders In hand mean,
he night and day forces working unit Decern bor 1, while Jthe demand, lr
ItaSdirtoW no algni of slackening
sf h�� nrrsent time the company la
pr^rinVHSment of 2.000 000 fee
tralia  some time   In October or No-
Vember- From island Forests.
The cedar logs for the new mlU ��lll
he brought down the coaa| from the
an nnn ace timber tract which tne
company oVwon the Tsolum river,
S miles inland from Comox bay,
Vancouver Island. There the company
hs. over 600 mep at work^leartag tt��
land, and the loga are brought down
the coast by the company's fleet of
lugs and bZnm ��* the Fraser river
tofi Speedful, cne of the most
powerful on the Paciflc coasL Is bel��g
used for thiB work, and within a short
��me tug movements, the like of wh cb
hnve never been seen before on the
Fraser, will be started.
LAID FIR*T PIECE OF
I.AID F,RB|tuL|THIC VESTERDAV
r��. from one" ftvoetlng place to an-1 two of the .aadlng Industries of the
other. HelirBlBpotetotheWomei. R^^I^'^JIirli^'^
Democrats ut a breakfaat they tendered hlm. An immense crowd heard
him at Fiesta Parti. Before reaching
the park he delivered a series of addresses Trom a motor car,
At present none of the committee
In charge of the erection, of the arch
have been approached but little difficulty is expected in  securing their
i consent to the change.
The Orst bitulithlo pavement In
New Westminster was WA y��*"gW[.
afternoon about 6 o'clock on FWl
street, ln front of Columbian college.
Gangs of workmen have been working day and night on this street for
/some time In order to have lt cpen
for traffic next Week during the Westminster exhibition.
City Engineer Blackman states that
this will be accomplished and a por>
tlon of the paved roadway wlll > be
ready for use by the flrst of next
week. ,
-tfttn \l: fctdl <l - :s��e? pr:*a:i!n*
Ifeft hew agricultural   hail,   and    tiu:
twenty-third annual exhibition of tir.
Surrey Agricultural association op*u
ed yesterday under moat suspicion
circumstances. ,���,i���,
The Hen. Thos. Taylor, provincial
minister rf public works performed
the ceremony and was the principal
speaker, commenting on the remark
able progress the district had madj
during the last year or two. Speech^
were also made by Mr. F. ��, *S\*
Kenzle, M.P.P., Delta; W. J. Manson.
M PP., Dewdney; Reeve Sullivan.
Surrey; Reeve Mars, Coquitlam; M.-
J. Sprott, road superintendent; Mr. &.
A Fletcher, land and mining agent;
Mr Stuart Wade. Westminster, and
the officials of the association, we i
known agriculturists of the dlstr .1.
al" of whom eugollzed the exhihtlon
and the work of Its officials.
At tho conclusion of the spe ������<,
making the Hon. Mr. Taylor was *>'c
sented with, a beautiful gold ke*
manufactured   by Mr. T. Gilford,   oi
President Brown Intlrosted that th-
hall had been freed from debt oy
monetary grants trom the provlncla'
government, from the Surrey mum*
nallty and by publlc subscrlptlop.,
The main features of the fair were
the magnificent show ot poultry and
vegetables, while there was also *
splendid display of horses all of good
class. In the poultry section Mr. W.
Walker and Wilson Bros.. BunQuitlam
and Mr. A. O. Marshall, of South
Westminster, bad a fine showing of
Every section of the Fraser vallev
and surrounding districts was alsc
represented and the #��Mnr "��c���rt
was a greater success than It had ever
been before. Mr. Harrv Bose. fwere
tary, waa on the ground attending t<
hls duties as usual while the director-
were, indefatigable, and .the iud-je?
gave perfect satisfaction In their ae
cls'ons. .' '
The only dlff'oultv experienced   b
the Judges was In deciding the wl��f
winners   In the babv   show.   Ther*
were seven entries for this competi
ticn and live prlnlsa.   There wat< Mr
th�� keenest  rivalry  exJst'n* amon;
the -.arlons Mothers ot the Ssnlrant*
Th<? babies were abot't the flnest lo
of voviMtstera ever gathered togethe'
at one time, and it was only by exer
ctslng a ���tt">"t ileal ef diplomacy an��
keen foresight that the decisions werr
Anally made to the sat'sSwtiOtt of  a'
least the majority of the parents.
r-   3ul! i>i'-3 Aged Over 101^-Came^-
frcn Devon to Canada In 1314���
Lived In Ontario.
Cobourg, Ont., depL 2*���The oldest-
resident   Of NorthumberlanA  county,.
Charlotte Potts,  wife cf. the late O..
F Bull, has jost died at her home In
Brighton at the age   of   101   years,
seven months and   13 days.   OP   Iter
family of nlno children, six d&ugKeis
and three sons, only two are living.
One is Manly Bull, of Winnipeg,
Mra, Bull was born   tn   Plymouth,
Englsnd,   and   emigrated   with   ����r
fatber, a ship carpenter,   to   Canada
about   1314.   She   lived   under   six.
British sovereigns.
MANY GATHERED TO
WELCOME MAYOR
But Were Disappointed���Arrival Majr/
Bs Looksd for This
Meriting.
Mayor and Mrs. Joint A. Lee would
have had occasion to feel nattered
had they arrived on the 10.10 OPJjL
train last evening, back from thakr
visit to England and Eastern Cana��a.
polnta. . _
At the station were members   of
the city council,   of the   Board   ttt
Tradtv the   Progresaive
together with Innumerable
meu Ml ready to buttonhole tbe	
magistrate ot New Westminster iw*
���ardlkg the ont eome of Wa trip- ttn
England. '������_..
One ot the reporters even went ov
tar aa to Journey to Agassiz and Hope-
peering through all tfce transconitoew
tals which    passed   through.   thoa��
points yesterday In the Hope-of heating but the otter fellows oir ��� atory.
All were doomed to dlsappertntaewt
however fbr Mayor and Mlr��. Um djW
not arrive until" the eight o'cldt* -Mm
morning.   The latter new* was g*va��
out by AOtinr Ma��or Gfayjaht aim
lng who appears quite wlllfilg to tuns >
over the reins of office to the offldfaft-
hend of the city and *ay wore �������*���
ttoa to t^tdWnga-BLtlta.tfiilntoa aafc.
Kern. PAOU TWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1912,
Classified Advertising
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE���1 AM GOING TO SELL
my cottage on Fifth street tnis
vtek. if you want a modern and
up-to-date home at a cut price, eome
and see me. Full cement basement,
furnace heat, A-l plumbing; lot 51x
150; fruit trees, large new chicken
house, etc. Terms easy. Apply 527
Fifth street, or plione 1.811.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR   SALE���TWp   BIRDS,
Apply  815  Agnes street.
CHEAP.
FOR SALE���EIGHT LOTS, ABOUT
1% acres with 686 foot road front
WANTED���YOUNG   MAN   TO   DBS-      ase. splendid location, close to new
liver clothes.   Apply   New   Method      school  and    tram.      Owner, P. 0.
Clearners, 628 Clarkson street. I    Box 977, New Westminster.
WANTED���GOOD SECOND HAND
flat top desk. Room 16 Collister
block. 	
WANTED���SMART EXPERIENCED
saleslady for ready-to-wear department.   The T. H. Smith Co., Ltd.
WANTED���TWO YOUNG LADIES
for Westminster Exhibition. Apply
to Mr. J. A. Walker, care J. S. Ery
and Sons. Ltd.. 1114 Hamilton
street, Vancouver, B. C.   	
WANTED���A STRONG BOY. PIQ
neer Dye Works, Second street,
Phone 430.
WANTED���FOUR OR ' FIVE FURN-
Ished rooms; would prefer a small
furnished house.    Address Box 101
News office.
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, EIGH-
teen fruit trees full bearing, 75
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 foot
lane; water and light; $1450. Small
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner, on lot 28 Eighth
avenue. East Burnaby, between
Second and Fourth street, one and
one-half blocks from car.
FOB   SALE���A    UELL   PIANO,. AL
most new.   408 Fifth stieet.
FOR SALE��� (.'HEAP, IN GOOD OH
der, a four burner gas plate, wltl.
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnet
street, city.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
qulre two comfortable furnished
rooms: old country family preferred. Apply room 2, B. C. E. R.
depot.   Phone 401.
WANTED���AN    IRONER.
City steam laundry.
ROYAL
FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS
uoop and chlokeqs, 21 fi nit tree:
full bearing; lot 5. 50x132 feet, par
den and vegetables; Ninth avenue
Burnaby, between Second and
Fouith streets. Price $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N��� News office.
vv AM hi) -ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.    Sfi Hastlneg street.
"THE CITY OF SMILING SUCCESS"
is   what   someone   recently   called
Fort   Fraser, B. C.     And well   he
might, for there never was a town
where success   was more   assured.
Sawmill, stores, bank building, government building, and a big hotel
are now built or being constructed.
Railroad    grade    is    now   cleared
through the town.   The Fort FrasT
Development Club wants to get Iu
touch   with  ambitious   people who
want to start in a new town.  Write
to them today, and ask for a copy
of the Fort Fraser News.   Fort Fra-
eer Development Club, W. A. Matheson, Sec'y.    Vancouver   office,   102
Winch Building.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���A MODERN NINE ROOM
house, corner Fife and Gloucester
streets, at $25 per month. Apply to
owner, 725 Second street.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per w��ek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
HARBOUR   CITY   ELECTRIC   COM-
I PANY; LTD.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
it is the intention of the Harbour City
Electric Company, Limited, after one
month from the 25th inst. to make application to the Registrar of Joint
Stock Companies for his approval of
the change of the Company's name
from the Harbour City Electric Company, Limited, to The Harbor City
Electric Company, Limited.
Dated the 20th day of September.
A. D., 1912.
Director, E. J. C. S'UW,
ADAM S. JOHNSTON.
Solicitor for the Company.
TO RENT���ROOMS OR ROOMS AND
board.   815 Agnes street.
TO RENT���TWO FURNISHED BED-
rooms.    Apply 437 Eighth street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE,
three rooms and kitchen. Apply to
Barclay & Adams, or 1513 Nanaimo
Btreet.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT  CO.
Curtis Block.  New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
TWO CHOICE LOTS on Princess St.,
each  60x130.    The  two   for  $1900
one-quarter cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months.    This    is    a    builder's
snap.   No. 15.
SIXTH STREET CORNER���102x132.
$10,000; one-third cash, balance 6
12 and 18 months.   No. 16.
LOT ON BELMONT STREET���65 by
132; all cleared. Price $2100; one
third cash.   Terms.   No. 2.
LOT ON THIRTEENTH STREET���
66x132. Price *2lo0; one-third cash.
Terms.   No. 6.
TO    RENT    FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping rooms, 412 Ash street.
FIRE FIRE FIRE
TO   RENT-TWO    LARGE    FRONT)     INSURANCES INSURES SLEEP,
rooms in Hardman block, overlook-1    ��� cogt8 unle t0 lngure and ft ,ot t0
ing  the  Fraser  river   suitable  for ' rebulld and refurniBh.
light housekeeping, offices or work ,
rooms.     Apply Westminster Daily      Call on us for rate3.   We represent
Newe. (only the strongest British Board com-
*mmm*~"-~"~���?���i������������������^��� . panieB, and pay all losses promptly.
TO RENT���THREE UNFURNISHED |
housekeeping rooms, 815 Agnes St. .INVESTORS'    INVESTMENT   CO.
TO RENT���TWO ROOMED HOUSE
with water, 622 13th street. Phono
R274.
TO    RENT  ���  TWO     FURNISHED
rooms, 407 Royal avenue.
FOR RENT���NEWLY FURNISHED
t'ight roomed modern house. Will
,:g'.vc lease. Apply 415 Twelfth
-.street between 1 and 8 p.m.
TO RENT���A SUITE OF NK ELY
furnished housekeeping rooms, 37
Agnes street, phone L 638.
FOR       RENT   ���   HOUSEKEEPING
Rooms.  828  Royal  Avenue
Flre, Accident, Plate Glass, Automobile.  Burglary, Employer's
Liability Insurance.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED    HOUSE-
keeping rooms.   224 Seventh street
J"OR RENT���LARGE. AIRY, WELL
lighted room, 30x30 feet. In Hard-
man block, suitable for office or
���workroom or may easily be divided
to make a two or three room apartment suite. For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 9. Knights of Pythias
hall, coiner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes stroet.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 705 City.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Exclusive sale of 9 lots, 52x104,
with 20 foot lano In the rear, on
Newcomc Road and Thirteenth Ave.
East Burnaby. Price $550; $50 down
balance $15 per month.
Four and a half acres In Surrey
10 miles from New Westminster and
1 mllo from Sullivan station, B.C.E.R
Price $900; $100 down and balance
$10 per month.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth Street.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEW8
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENT8
BRiNG   QUICK   RESULTS
/TOK   RENT���LARGE  FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping.     Apply 213  Seventh
.street	
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Fall Suits
for Ladies and Men
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
, 46   Lorne   Street,   New   Westminster.
ROADS WILL FAIL
TO HANDLE GRAIN
Is Opinion of "Grain Growers' Guide"
���Urges Opening of Southern
Route for Relief.
Winnipeg, Sept. 24.���The "Grain
Growers' GuiOe" says today:
"The grain blockade is unavoidable.
All signs point to a congestion in tho
movement of the grain this fall far
"orse than that of last fall and winter���bad as It was. The exceptional
rainfall during the harvest has de-
laved cutting as well as threshing.
The weather last fall was unfavorable
and the crop movement Was greatly
delayed. But the grain at this time
last year was moving iu triple the volume it is at the present time, and this
season's crop  is  considerably  in  ex
cess of the 1911 crop. During two
weeks ending Sept. 21, there were
only 1298 cars of Western spring
wheat passed inspection, as against
4482 last year. The continued rain of
last week, which visited all three provinces, delayed threshing still more
and the crop movement wltl probably
be from ten days to two weeks later
than last year. With these facts in
hand it is imperative that every ef
fort be put forth to meet these most
exceptional conditions. The railways
will not be able to handle the grain
offered  them.    There Is not   enough
"elevator capacity to accommodate the
immense quantity of grain that cannot reach the lake front before   thc
' close of navigation. Since the doors'
to the Southern market are closed am!
locked the best remedy in sight is tc
have through railway rates to tht
Soutli. These through rates to the
South were in force for a time las'
winter and afforded a great deal of re
lief. But they were not put into ef
feet soon enough, nor dd they re
main In force long enough. It is flu
plain duty of the Dominion Govern
ment and the three transcontinental
railway companies to make arrange
ments  at   once   with   the   Interstate
Commerce Commission at Washington
by which the Southern route  may b3
thrown    open early.      The    farmers
should not be compelled to Bee their .
grain rot on the ground   because   cf
silly  sentiments  which  stand in  tlie
way of a measure of relief.   There is I
no sense In the government and the
railway  companies entic;ng   farmers
into this country b.v vislous of prosperity, and then bottling them up and
punishing them for doing just what;
they were expected and supposed to ���
do.   The time for action has arrived." I
CAN SIAND ALONE
BUT WELCOMES AID
Rt.
^on. Walter Long In Winnipeg���
England Is Not Decadent���
Canada Solid.
Wives Sue Caloon-Keepers.
Chicago, Sept. 24.���Eight damage
suits for a total of $85,000 were filed
In the circuit court here yesterday
against 30 owners and managers of
saloons and persons owning the property on which they are situated. The
suits were brought by 40 wives and
children who declare their Incomei
have become Impaired through the
Miort-comings of their husbaiuh air!
fathers wliich in all cases are traced
to the saloons. The suits were died
hy counsel for tho Citizens' League of
Chicago, which has for its purpose
the enforcement cf the State Dramshop Act.
Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 24.���Rt. Hon.
Waller l-oug uas the guest of the cit/
council at a luncheon here today. In
ine course of an address Mr. Long declared that England was not decadent
but would undertake the defence of
the empire unaided though she would
welcome the aid of the colonies weru
It offered.
ne said alao thnt he had been much
impressed by his visit through the
prairie provinces and was convinced
that Canada was built on solid line.)
and was sure to prosper. Mr. Long
and nartv left In the evening for :\
couple of days' shooting at the farm
of Senator Kirchhoffer at Brandon.
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You're sitting on a powder keg and don't know it. Here is a city that the whole
world is talking about and you call it commonplace. New Westminster, I tell you is
t) have a boom that will sweep you off your feet. Are you going to be ready to make
some profits from the rising prices ? Or are you going to sit idly by now while you
have a chance to get in ?
This city is going to be the biggest harbor on the Pacific Coast of Canada. The
great cities of the world are seaports on rivers.   Am I right ?
Take it from me; get hold of something in New Westminster and
get it now.
��� Liverpool, London,   Glasgow,  New  York,   Philadelphia,  Montreal,
|    Hamburg, New Orleans, where are they located ?   Compare their loca-
There's a ^on w^ ^ew Westminster.
chance to
make money
See it-
Look out!
Grasp it
quicky
before it
gets away
Now I have a few Garden Tracts in the suburbs of town, in the heart
of the district where fourteen industries employ 2000 men. Each tract
contains eight ordinary city lots.   Think of it!
Some of them are all cleared; Some of them are partly cleared, a
few are in garden right now. The tramcar-line runs within two blocks
of them. Water mains are laid, and there is a splendid graded school
right on the property.
It is an old farm that never has been on the market before and the
town has grown up all around it.
A Prophet
is not without honor
save in his
own town
There is a reason for this. Barnacles. Barnacles only grow in salt
water and a ship which can lie in fresh water while loading and unloading
is kept clean without the necessity of drydocking. Barnacles on a ship
retard its speed and make it necessary to use more coal. The ship without barnacles can make the better freight rate.
The City, the Province of British Columbia, and the Dominion Government are joining with a group of British capitalists to make New
Westminster one of the greatest harbors of the world. Sixty million
dollars will be spent in doing it and the preliminary work is already
begun.
Lcok right
at home for
the next
real estate
boom- -New
Westminster
will make
many men
rich
I can sell these tracts at from $1600 to $2400 for EIGHT- LOTS, payable $200
down, the balance in little quarterly payments, or monthly if you prefer. Now any
man can handle this. And I want to tell you that if you get one of them you will
sometime sell every one of the eight lots for more than you paid for the whole acre.
Call at my offic3 and talk it over anyhow, that don't cost a cent.
614 Columbia Stieet, New We3iminst3r, B.C.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREI
PATHFINDER HAS TO    ! ENORMOUS COST BUT
STAY IN WINNIPEG     SAfETY IS ENSURED
"KEYNOTE" OF CRIME
TALKS OF ROSENTHAL
Crossing Canada by Car Is No Light   Nsw    White    Slar    Liner    Britannic
Task���Premier Roblln Sends Let- Building at Belfast Is Last Word
ter to B. C. in Efficiency.
Winnipeg, Sept. 24.���For the pa3t
four days Thomas W. Wilby, the motorist, who is attempting to cross
Canada by automobile, haB been
Etalled ln this city, on account of the
unceasing rain. This afternoon a
start was made from the City Hall,
the car proceeding along Main street
us far as the corner of Portage avenue, thence turning westward on its
Journey to the PacMc Coast.
For ten miles after leaving the city
limits the road ts an almost impassable stretch of gumbo, and considerable difficulty ls expected by the pathfinder before this Ib negotiated. During the past three weeks no less than
eighteen cars have been mired In
this stretch.
On Friday afternoon the Winnipeg
Automobile Club entertained Mr. Wilby and his driver, C. C. Haney, at
dinner, and Industrial Commissioner
Charles F. Roland, In explaining the
reason for Mr. Wllby's attempt to
traverse Canada, paid a high tribute
to the work of the Canadian Highway
Association, the organization under
whose auspices the pathfinding tour
bas been undertaken.
In a virile speech, Mr. Wilby made
a plea for better highways ln the Winnipeg district, laying particular stress
on the necessity of the opening of a
road between the Manitoba capital
and Port Arthur and Fort William.
"Canada is forgetting her duty to herself when she only builds roads connecting with United States points, instead of opening up Inter-provincial
communication. This Is a shortsighted policy, and Canada, as a nation, wlll never be really united until
a continuous macadam road stretches
from coaBt to coast," declared Mr.
Wilby.
Premier Sir Rodmond Roblln, received Mr. Wilby in special aud:ence.
and after discussing the Canadian
Highway project at some length, gave
the pathfinder a letter of greeting to
Sir Richard McBride, Premier of British Columbia.
Mayor Waugh handed two letters
^to Mr. Wilby. one for delivery to the
Mayor or Victoria, and the other addressed to Mr. W. J. Kerr, president
of the Canadian Highway Association.
A specially worked pennant was affixed to the car by the lady mayoress,
wIiobc gracious act was cheered by a
large crowd attracted by the pioneer
car.
Victor Parker, of Winnipeg. Is to
pilot the pathfinder from Winnipeg to
Hrandon. and Mayor Fleming, of
Brandon, is to be advance man from
his ety to Broadview. These two;
gentlPinrn are district vice-presidents,
of the Canadian Highway Association.
SOLUTION OF HIGH
COST OF LIVING
Russian   Professor Predicts  Manufac
ture of Eggs from Air by Applied
Chemistry.
Chicago, Sept. 24.���Dr. Paul Walden, of Rtfa, Russia, predicted here
last night that the noxt great feat ot
chemistry would be the making of
eggs from air. Dr. Walden, who is
president-elect of the njhth International congress of applied chem'istrv
to be held In St. Petersburg tn 19l|
further predicted, that a variety of
nitrogenous foods will be made from
the air some day.
"I consider It practically "certain
that at no distant day we will be
drawing food supplies from the air."
he said. Prof. Bernthsen, cf Germany, has already succeeded In making the simple compound ot nitrogen
and hydrogen. This show that we will
will be able to make more complex
compounds. An egg Is a complex compound of nitrogen, oxygen, sulphur
and hydrogen."
BATTLE ROYAL
Sailors, Police snd Priest Get Worst
of FiQht.
New Vork, Sopt. 24.���A priest, a policeman and two sailors were Injured
In a battle with three hold-up yien on
the Hudson River waterfront early today. . >,'
The two sailors were on their way
to their boat, the Morgan liner Mounts, when they Were attacked by the
trio, who beat them Iuto unconsciou-
ness with blackjacks. The noise of
the conflict was heard by the Rev.
Philip McGrath, ot the Catholic Sea
men's Mission, a block away, and he
came running to thetr rescue, only to
be laid unconscious beside the two
sailors. Before he fell the priest managed to draw a pollce whistle from
hls pocket and Slew a long blast.
The whistle drew a patrolman to the
scene, but he was knocked Into tha
gutter and robbed of hls helmet and
night stick. The three holdup men
then made their escape.
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Child Born on Tr Iln.
Nelson, Sept .24.���While being
brought on the regular train to the
hospital at Nelson for an operation
for a very Bevcre. attack of appendicitis, Mrs. Wililam Hicks, ot Slocan
City, Sunday afternoon became the
mother of a baby boy. By special arrangement with the. despatcher, the
train was rushed through to Nelson
without a stop after reaching Slocan
Junction near-where'the birth occurred. The child is doing well, and the
mother will probably be operated on
for appendicitis today.
New York, Sept. 24.���Official announcement has been made that In
the new Atlantic liner building at Belfast by Harland & Wolff, Limited, foi
the White Star Line, the name of one
moat successful vessels in the history
of the company is to be revived. The
name "Britannic" ts well chosen, because the White Star Line steamer
originally bearing this name enjoyed
a long and successful career, and is
remembered with pleasure by hundreds of thousands whom she bore
safely across the great sea.
In general features the new "Britannic" wlll be similar to the "Olympic," but she will be on somewhat
larger tonnage. There will also be
various Improvements Introduced Into
the new vessel, resulting from the experience gained from the "Olympic,'
which vessel will also be altered at an
early date, with a view to making
her the safest ship In the world. The
general structural changes will be
very few, the strength of the "Olym
pic" under all weather conditions hav
ing proved entirely satisfactory. This
Is very strong testimony to the comprehensive grasp of detail found ln
the evolution of this great liner. In
two Important respects, however, both
vessels are to bear evidence of the re
cent change ln expert and public
opinion as regards protection against
the effects of collision, both by the in
treduction Ot a complete Inner skin
extending to a considerable height
above the load line throughout the
most vulnerable portions of the vessels, and also by the Increased height
and number of water-tight bulkheads,
so as to render both ships as nearly
unsinkable as possible���ln fact making them practically safe against all
conceivable contingencies.
The inner skin wlll consist of heavy
plating, well stiffened, extending for
more than half the length of the vessel from the water-tight bulkhead in
front of the forwafd boiler room to
the after end of the turbine engine
room, the Inner skin being strongly
connected to the outer shell by longitudinal plates and angles and specially strong connections at bulkheads
and water-tight divisions. The space
between the outer and Inner shells
will be the width of the web frames
at present in the ship, and this reinforced structure will run from the
lank iop. I. e., from the top cf the
double bottom, to a point well above
the load water line. In addition, an
e:tra water-tight bulkhead will ba in
'.reduced, and several of the existing
bulkheads carried up to the bridg?
deck.
The additional strength and safety
afforded by these methods will be
��asily appreciated, not only by experts, but also by the traveling public.
Hitherto Jt.was considered sufficient
If a vessel could float with any two
compartments pierced; bnt "Olympic"
and "Britannic," besides having thia
e> tra protection against serious dam-
ase. will be able to float with any six
-jornparlments flooded; and with
those special provisions It is not considered within the possibility of
chance that bo many compartments
could be In this condition. Nevertheless, even ln the unlikely event of
*uc!i happening, the vessels would
still Boat. The White Star Line and
the builders, having given the matter
the most earnest consideration, be
lieve they have solved the problem
of carrying" the precious numan
freight of these large and popular
leviathans in absolute safety.
Needless to say. the Introduction of
these provisions Involves the owners
in enormous cost, but In the White
Star Line tbe safety of life has nl-
wavs had paramount cons'derstion.
The "Olympic" will be sent to Belfast
this winter for the necessary niters
tions/whlch wlll bring her In all respects up to the high standard which
has been decided upon for the "Britannic." The latter vessel ls now in
the early stage of building, on Lie
stocks st Messrs Harland fc^Wclff's
Vard at Belfast.
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Sam    Schepps   Says   He   Can    Send
Bicker to  Electric Chair���Discusses Graft.
Hot Springs, Ark., Sept. 24���"My
evidence will send Becker to the
chair. Don't I know it?" This,. In effect, was the declaration of Sam
Schepps, Rosenthal murder case witness, to Postmaster Johnson, of Hot
Springs, according to the testimony
of Mr. Johnson tonight before Specia)
Commissioner Huff.
Another declaration of Schepps, according to the postmaster, was in
substance:
"If Rosenthal had hot been such a
'poacher' he would not have got himself ln so bad. I don't want you fellows to think we killed a man of some
account. Rosenthal deserved to be
killed."
Johnson, who arrested Schepps
here, said he talked to him almost
five hours on Aug. 10. Schepps, he
said, first begged not to be delivered
to the New York police, then discussed graft, public officials, the causes
leading up to the killing of Rosenthal, and declared, "1 am the keynote
of the whole situation."
Becker, Johnson testified, was described by Schepps as a "grafter,"
one never satlsfed and always urging
an Increased donation If a gambler
showed prosperity.
DEPUTY GOVERNOR
Of Hudson's Bay Company Is in Vancouver.
Vancouver, Sept. 24.���Sir Thomas
Skinner, the London director of the
Canadian Paciflc Company and the
deputy governor of the Hudson's Bay
Company, and Mr. F, C. lngrams, secretary of the latter company, arrived
in the city yesterday. They are Just
completing a tour of the Canadian
West, and have interested themselves
specially in the business of the com
pany, which haB branched out as one
of the biggest departmental store concerns in the Dominion,
"We propose to spend over a million dollars ln the extension and remodeling of our Vancouver store," hi
stated. "Construction of the Seymour
street portion wlll be started just as
soon as the lane question is settled.
When that ls completed the present
store will be completely remodeled.
We have great faith in the future of
this city, and we will have a store
worthy of the city. We are also
:ui!ding a big store in Calgary."
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GENERAL STRIKE IS
COMING IN BELGIUM
All Public Utilities Wilt Be Involved
in Presumed Bloodless Csm-
' pal^n.
Brussels, Sept. 24.���A grest general
Btrike Is projected by the Socialists
of Belgium in support of a Universal
suffrage amendment to the constitution. Hostilities against the government which bas resolutely set Its face
against the desired legislation will be-
gin ln November. Half a million work-
era, lt ls calculated will be 'involved
in the strike which It Is proposed
shall last six weeks at a cost to their
funds estimated at ten million dollars.
The railways, the postal and telephone service, mines, docks, arsenals,
factories and workshops of all kinds
are to be Involved in wbat its promoters contend will he a bloodlesj cam1
palgn. Women seem as earnest' as
the men In the- propaganda which
reafhea, throughput. Belgium, Promises cf substantial financial support
have been received, the committee officials aver, from the United States,
France, England, Germany, Sweden
and elsewhere and arrangements have
been completed according to the same
authorities to send forty thousand
children to temporary borres ln the
North of France on the declaration of
the strike.
Will Built Elevator.
Moose Jaw, Sask., Sept. 24.���A proposition made by a number of Winnipeg grain   men   to build   a    200,093
bushel grain  hospital  iu  Moose Jaw. I
was ratified   last   night  by tbe   city
council, site   and   extensive  trackage
being turned over for a nominal sum.
The Winnipeg men will operate under
name of the Great West Grain Company, and' guarantee   to   extend   the
elevator capacity to 5,000,000 bushels
by the year 1915.
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CEMETERY   STREET   IMPROVEMENT.
Schedule showing the real property Immediately benefited and the proportion in which the assessment Is made on per foot frontage:
Re-Sub-.. Feet Annual
Name of Owner. -                 division.Subd.   Lot.     Blk. Front Payment'
A. F. & A. Masons           '   NVi     N',4    17         2 3 115.98 $20.95
Fisher William  (Est.)            SVs 115.98 20.95
The   Lord   Bishop of  N.   W���
Church  of  England                      Spt   19 334.58 60.42
Watson.  Robert                     1     19&20 60.00 9.04
Col. Land ft Investment Co..                  N.Pt     3 60.70 10.96
Wade, C.  H. Stuart                     13         4 63.10 9.59
DeBeck, Clarence H                ���       12         4 66.00 11.91
Cralg,   Geo                   19   S.Pt5 ��.��0 9.35
Padtnore. F. W                   N.Pt   N.Pt.5 198.53 35.85
Presby, Amy B.  :                   17        6 50.00 9.04
1096.67      $198.06
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER POR  MOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimensions.
���_ , . . p
Now it the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
Notice ls hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment By-law assessing
the properties ln the schedule above mentioned the sums of money annually
for thirty years set opposite each lot, and a Court of Revision for the trial of
complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be made wlll
be held on Wednesday, the 9th day of Oct., 1912, commencing st 10 o'clock
in tbe forenoon, at the Councll Chamber, ln the City Hall, New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least
eight days prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, Sept. 14th, 1912.
Dato of first publication September 16th, 1912.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMBER 25, 1912.
KptSTER DAILY HEWS
Published   every   morning   except
!-B����*ry, ��y The National Printing and
Publish!)*; Co., Ltd., at their office,
��3  McKenzi*, Street,  New  Westmln-
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,-^VfEDNESDAY, ^^.TEMBIPIAA9^
la the Baby heifer calf, three months
old, by Brampton Stockwell, who ls a
champion of Toronto, London and Ottawa. This calf "Brampton Stockwell
Olive" won flrst honors at Toronto ln
junior calf class, three silver medals
as best female in show under two
years. Her grand dam at same age,
accomplished the Bame feat, only
twice that a calf has won the honors.
Bull & Son have the distinction of
owning the only Jersey cow In Canada
who holds a world's record for production. They bred her sire and her
dam. "Brampton Lady George" produced in 364 consecutive days, 11,-
001 3-4 .pounds of milk, and 540
pounds of butter. She accomplished
this record as a two-year-old, calving
at two years and. 66 days.
This Jersey exhibit Is sure to be a
leading attraction at the fair, and
the fair management Is to be congratulated on securing lt. ,
Since the organization of the West-
:  ��
minster; anfl Fraser Valley Progressive association a very much increased ahar* of publicity ln countless
ways has accrued to the city and to
the valley. Much of this has been
given UB) .for nothing, that is tp say
many journals have given space to
articles and news items dealing with
the life, the prospects and advantages
of this locality.
Bnt,''WVM-this free publicity en
tails the labor of some skilled person
or persons, apd it cannot be expected
that the work can  be done without
NAVAL QUESTION
(Continued from Page Four.)
heed to the actions of those who are
charged with the responsibility for
providing that defence.
Rise to Nationhood.
"If criticism can be obviated and
party feeling assuaged by the government taking into its confidence the
leader of the onposition and his lieutenants so much the better. Hy all
means let such a conference be had
and had quic!;ly. But in any event
let us have action, let us sink our in
dividual likes and dislikes to the end
-some expense being incurred. All thla that something may be accomplished
advertising does good work tp every- and placing all politics aside let us
ono, it-attracts both men and money  unite in the performance '- ���������'���"'    '
to throw in thoir lot with U3 and so
contributes to our growth. If ther?
be one class more than another to ;
which publicity brings ten fold return it is to the business men of tha
city, anil 'therefore it is to be hoped
that Alderman Curtis and Dr. F. P.
Smith, president of the Progressive
Association, will be enabled to taku j
back to the executive committee ot
this enterprising body of citizens an
encouraging report that the solid interests, of the city are ready and wil'
lng to hack up the scheme for further
development cf a work which brings
them so much more husiueas. ,
Tu-nins to tho creed cf the Progres
sivc Association as published in these
column^ when the body was formed
last June, it is worth repeating that
the association pledges itself "to discourage ill-advised 'boosting' and bad
advertising." ,
Thus far it has lived up to this
creed, and with the limited funds that
have been at its disposal since its Inception the Progressive Association
tuts done great things. |
Westminster has had always tho
reputation of being a solid city; it
has giiiwh' Bteadily and surely. Tho
past record of the Progressive Association shows tbat tts policies are ot
*���'"'��� n;*fc*,.��. Also. It supplies a very
real need in thc life of the city, and
we trust .that the business interests
will give freely of their time and of
their mone^towards the cause which' ~ ~ ~
is beUig'STlnced, namely, a fund for   RAN OVER MAN TWICE
the purpobe of carrying on the spleu- *""" " ~"
publicity york tbat haB been be-
already.
MORE NEW FEATURES
FOR RECORD FAIR
Hon.  Price  Ellison to Open  Arena-
Auto  Parade and  Baseball���
Native Sons Offer.
CRUISER STERNS FOR
CANADIAN VESSELS
Optimism was the keynote of the
meeting last night of the It. A. & I.
society executive and celebration
committees when the plans tor the big
provincial exhibition to be held next
week were outlined by Manager D. B.
MacKenzie and the various commlt-
(ees. Mr. MacKenzie reported that
'the entries and demands for space fa>-
exceeded and previous year, and all
that Is now needed to make the fair
the biggest success ever ls good weather.
From the time the fair is given its
informal start by President T. J.
Trapp on next Tuesday afternoon at
2 o'clock, until it closes on Saturday
night there will be something doing.
To make the program full, arrangements were made whereby on Thursday afternoon a baseball gamo will be
staged between the local and some i
other fast team. The Revelstoke lacrosse team was slated to play on this
date, but is unable to como.
A committee from the Native Sons j
appeared and offered to do anything
:.hey could to help boost the fair. Th3
offer of the ledge to put In an historical exhibit was gladly accepted,
and the committee members agreed
to furnish the lodge with any relics
or old photographs which they may
have. , I
A special committee to be selected
by the chairman, Mr. C. A. Bourne,
will have charge of a decorated automobile parade to take place on Fridav evening, which ls children's day
at "the exhibition. Dr. F. P. Smith. I
president of the Progressive associa-
tlon, promised to furnish a prize for
the best decorated machine.
Numerous entries for the horsi
show have been received, according to
the committee, whieh also reported
that the building will be ready for
use at the fair. The matter of charge
for the boxes wa3 referred to the committee bv the executive, with the understanding that a minimum of $2G'
was to be charged for each box for
the week. The building will be opened on Tuesday evening by Hon. Prico
Ellison, minister of agriculture.
Messrs. Watson    and Welsh,    who
ln what is
plainly our duty and so declare to the
world at large that at least we are a
nation."
Reverting to matters more directly
concerning the manufacturers, Mr.
Curry touched very briefly upon the
labor situation and tlie friendlv rela-
t'ons that on the whole they had been
able to maintain with those in their
employ.
Better Transportation.
"The great nerd of CMiada today,
as I see It, is not Wider markets, bnt
a" er|iiim��ent and a service whieh
will enable us bettor to supply the demands of the home market. In othfer
words what we wnnt is transportation,
more transportation and better transportation.
"The railways ave striving manfully to meet the situation, millions ila*vV had charge of getting the streets
upon millions are being poured into in si.ape ar0und Queens park, report-
improvements that we somet'mes for-1 ed yia( the paying on First street
rot tn 1*1 vo *t*****n e-e-LH for, but relle:! lvU1 he g^ghed av.i the street ready
cannot be had in a day. | for traffic    They announced also that
"If it is apparent that the West a s.jeciai' route from Vancouver hai
must have more railways ard mrr->!al,0 been mappod out a->d signs put.
equipment to bring the gra'n to the; UT, fr;r t,,e ri(dsnoe rf automobiles
elovntnrs at the hpad of the lakes.        ] ccming Irom the Terminal City.
"There the storage will have to be : 	
increased and so on throughout the j
j/OED STATESMAN
"Camdian ports w.li n.^ver enjoy a
development commensurate wltn  the
growth and prosperity of the rest of I
the Doir-lnlon so long as they are sad I
died  with the Insurance  Incubus. Al |
ready  they have suffered Irreparable
injury because of business that should
not be permanently diverted, to    the
United States  and  if  the  remedy  ii
much lenger delayed it may give our
competitors an advantage from which
we can never recover."
Admiralty Plans for Converting Liners
Into Ships of War���Better
Control.
London, Sept. 24.���What Is nothing
more than a new departure la the
construction of .ocean-going liners is
being undertaken by the British companies responsible for the Canadian
service. The.ships which have lately
h^en. .constructed, as .w^U.^.^g ships
wiUcb..ate,, tQ be constructed., in the
immediate future are to be built with
what are known as cruiser seems.
This means that the vessels wlll
have extra speed, steadiness and
steering control. So far, these sterns
have been confined to the navy. Thc
new departure which it is believed
has been undertaken by the companies in conjunction with the admiralty
and the Canadian Government, aims
at the creation of a fleet of liners
which, In event of war, could be con
verted Into cruisers. The Alsatian
and the Calgarlan, two of 18,000 tons
which have been laid down for the
Allan line and the Empress of Russia
and the Empress cf Asia, the two
ships of 15,000 tons which are being
completed for the Canadian Pacific
Company, have been constructed on
the new method.
If the scheme Is adhered to It ic
understood that the now fleets of
these two lines will be able to com
plete the Atlantic passage from Lir
eroool to Halifax in four and a halt
days.
Miss Care-BrcwAC-Cive
L. R. A. M.i  A. R. C. M.
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, Singing, Theory, Harmony, Counterpoint
and   Musical  Form.
FOR SALE
Nice new five room Bungalow, with all modern conveniences, full
sized cement basement piped for furnace. This house Is beautifully
situated ln the West End and close to the car.
PRICE $2800; V3 Cash and the Balance to Arrange
For   Further   Particulars   Apply to
Wm. McAdam
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Open Evenings Till 9 O'clock
641 Front Street
OUT OF THE HIGH RENTAL DISTRICT
CHEAPER THAN OTHER FIRM'3 SALE   PRICES.
222 Pairs of Slippers, SAMPLES,
Value to $2.00
YOUR PICK 95c
Sole agents for Westminster for the famous K Boots.    Depot for
Leckie's Boots and Ahren's School Shoes.
A  $20,000  Stock to Select Prom
HAS PASSED AWAY
(Contlnuea trom page one.
.���FOUNDING   A   SHEEP   FLOCK.
AND TRIED THIRD TIME
Moosejaw, Sask., Sept. 24.���While
working on a threshing outfit forty
miles south of Morse la3t Thursday, a
homesteader named Montgomery was
run over bv the engine and received
a dreadful laceration inside the thigh..
The driver of che engine, after pass
ing over him, became excited, backed
uo and went over the victim   again.
S'.r Richard was a very strong man,
* u: those only who were intimately
associated with him knew of his
chivalrous nature.
"He   wa3   a   patriot,   a   thorough
gentleman and charming man."
Borden's Memories.
Premier Borden also paid an eloquent tribute to tbe dead statesman,
recalling an incident when Sir Richard greeted Sir Charles Tupper, hia
old antagonist, when the latter, not
then a member of parliament, came
by invitation to sit on the floor of the
House,
Hon. Mr. Lougheed, Conservative
leader ln the upper chamber, said In
part: "As a debater and as an orator
of the old school,   of   clear thought
Some of Our Best
Modern seven roomed house or
Eleventh street. $5000. $500 cash.
Assume mortgage of $2000 and balance In half yearly payments of $500.
No interest.
Modern eight roomed hotise on
Eleventh street. $4701. $1000 cash.
Assume mortgage of $1700. Balance
to arrange.
Lot on Thirteenth street, cleared
near Sxth avenue.    $1200. Cash $150
Six lots near Tenth avenue, city,
$250 each. $125 cash, balance $15
monthly.
RUTLEDGE-SAUNDERS
BROKERAGE CO.
Room 6, Trapp Block Phone 702
'Since the new edition of the bulletin "Sheep Husbandry in Canada" was
issued'- a few weeks   ago, there   has
been a constant stream or requests  Theories of thei manMfr&tf#the driver ] and  chaste  language he had  few  If
for it flowing into   the   Publications  think he wa8 appr0aching him and he  a"y PeerS- He was- w!th the exception
���"'     "'  reversed, coming up to .blm   for  the  ��f Sir Charles Tupper  the last sur-
third time. By an extraordinary ef-1 vlvor ��{ the 'old guard, and his name
fort Montgomery managed to crawl! m"st always bulk large in Canadian
clear. He lay for three days at a I n'st����"y. He was a typical gentlemar
farm suffering badly and was taken !�� the old school, a statesman rather
over the trail to Morse and shipped I than a Politician,
here. At the hospital three
have him in hand and hope
his life.
BEST POTATOES
Branch at Ottawa. A great many of
the applicants state that they are just
commencing, or are about to commence, sheep raising 'and they wish
to learn bow to handle a flock successfully : *' This bulletin contains a
chapter specially prepared for such
persons describing how best to establish a flock of commercial sheep. The
. author, Mr. J. B. Spencer, recommends a flock of fifteen ewes as the
minimum for a farm of one hundred
acres. -Such a flock can be increased
wtth cxpetfeooe, but not beyond twenty to twenty-live unless It ls desired
to mAke' a eneclal business of sheep
raising. With the management and
care described In the bulletin, an in-
sCTVML .hrough lambs can he expected
of from 150 to 175 per cent, and lt
Bhould la the latter.
The early weeks of autumn Is stated to b'   the best time to   purchass
. ��wgs as then one can select those that
haTB raised good lambs.
Before the present edition of the
bulletin is fully exhausted a Btill further one will be ordered so tliat no
one need hesitate about orderinftva
copy, -which will be sent free to ail--*
���who apply for lt to the Publications
Branch, Department of Agriculture,
Ottawa.
doctor
to save
Hon.
HALF NEW CHINESE LOAN
IS OFFERED IN LONDON   heTe"this week'
Eight Gaps in Senate.
...,,.. Mr. Lougheed will be present
I at the funeral ln Kingston, the prem-
| ier being unable to go on account of
\ his engagements   to   speak   at   the
Canadian     Manufacturers'     banquet
BRAMPTON
SHOWN
JERSEYS WILL   BE
AT THE    EXHIBITION
RntTies have been received by the
Wostralnstefr Exhibition Association,
for forty bead of Jerseys from B. H.
Bull & Son, /of Brampton, Ontario.
This firm has the largest   herd   of
pedigreed cattle, under the flag, and
included in the forty head to be  exhibited at Westminster are:   "Sultan's
Raleigh,"   the aged   bull, just   fresh
from winning the first   prize,   seulor
championship  and   Grand   championship, as beat Jersey Bull   at Toronto
Kxhlbltloii;   "Brampton Pearl Fox," a
two-yeSt-aid prize winner, from a test
r**A dam, who was Imported from thc
Island ot' Jersey.    There Is the first
prize hall. Wbo was- junior champion
al Toronto.     There are females  for
even*   class,   Who    haro    won    first
honors,.!elUier.at Toronto, or on the
Island of Jersey.
..rcrhajjf the sensation of fhe exhibit
London, Sept. 24.���Half the Chinese loan of $50,000,000 is to be offered
in London for subscription on Thursday or Friday of this week, acocrding
to Mr. Charles Dirch Crisp, head of
the Anglo-Rus3ian Bank, which has
been prominent In the negotiations
Lloyds Hank is supposed to stand
sponsor for the loan. The capitalists
here have hesitated t'i believe tha1
tlie Independent group of bunks ha.-
been able to cut the ground from un
der the feet of the six powers cninbin
ation, representing Oreat Britain.
Unitrd States, France, Germany, Russia and Japan. Latest advices from
Peking, however, appear convincing.
The Hritish Government has retreated from the position supporting the
lions Kong and Shanghai Bank as the
result of the newspaper attacks,
which accused it of backing a monopoly. The Issue of the Independent
loan Is largely due to the efforts, of
Dr. George Morrison, former correspondent of the London Times In Peking, and present adviser to the presl
dent of the Chinese Republic He
spent a month ln London conferring
with financiers and politicians. The
contract between the Chinese Government, and the financiers provides tha*
the proceeds of the loan shall be used
for the repayment of existing loans,
for the reorganization of the government and for productive works. The
loan Is redeemable In forty years and
repayment of the principal is to begin
in the eleventh year and proceed by
yearly dcerease In half yearly pay-
nietns. China, however, may redeem
the loan at the end of fifteen years on
payment of 2 1-2 per cent, premium,
and after twenty-five years without
payment of a premium.
The death of Sir Richard Cartwright leaves eight vacancies in the
senate to be filled before the session
opens. liis successor as Liberal
leader In the upper house will probably be ex-Speaker Dandurand.
RAILWAYS SAY THEY
ARE  READY FOR CROP
Winnipeg, Sept. 24.���With very few
exceptions the past twenty-lour hours
have been fine all over the Canadian
prairie west. Heavy frosts amounting to from eight to twelve degrees
were recorded at a number of points
in the three provinces, the low point
being recorded at Swan River, Northern Manitoba, with fourteen degrees.
Curiously enough Winnipeg district
and much of Southern Manitoba has i
po far escaped. There has not been
enough frost to wilt even tender gar- j
den stuff.
A lot of wheat is still uncut In some
parts of Manitoba an'd Central Sa3-
katchefan and present weather conditions with cool temperatures and
clear skies are well suited to saving
this. Threshing will be general In a
few days, when the belated crop
movement will start ln earnest. The
railway say they are all lined up to
take care of It in record order lf It
loean't all flood in at once.
75c Per Sack, 100 lbs.
Delivered Free in Burnaby, City or Sapperton
W. HATT-COOK
"THE   POTATO   KING."
527   Front  Street Phone 550
Two Bargains
WE   HAVE   FOR   QUICK   SALE
66 foot lot, cleared, on Kemp street
near corner of Mary avenue.
50 foot lot on Fifteenth avenue ad
joining car line.
Victoria and return $2.70
Account:  Provincial Exhibition.
Leave Vancouver, Sept. 24th.
Leave Victoria Sept. 26th or 30th.
S.S. "PRINCE GEORGE"
to Prince Rupert and Stewart,
Mondays midnight, connecting
for Massett.
Grand 5 days' cruise, $48.00,
including meals and berth.
S.S. "PRINCE  RUPERT"
to  Prince   Rupert,    Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Gran-
' by   Bay and    Queen   Charlotte
Island poiuts.
To VICTORIA and SEATTLE,   Saturdays and Tuesdays, midnight.
S.S. Prince Albert" leaves 3rd, 13th    and 22rd   of   each    month   for
 Prince Rupert and way ports.	
Grand Trunk Pacific trains connect with above steamers for
Sealy Crossing, thence stage one mile to tlazeUun.	
Special round trip excursion fares to the East via Grand Trunk
svstem, variable and optional routes via the Great Lakes and Niagara
Falls.	
 Genc-al   Agency   Transatlantic  Steamship Lines.	
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Coldicott Blk.   East Burnaby
Wanted at Lethbrldge.
Toronto, Sept. 24.���Inspector William Black, of tho city police, has revived a telegram from Lethbrldge offering him the position as Chief of
Police for that city at a salary of $1,-
800. It Is not likely that Mr. Black
will accept.
THE
Queensborough
REALTY CO.
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over-looking Burnaby Lake; high and dry;
Price $550, $75 Cash^ Balance $15 a month.
Come in and let us show you this property.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 1J12.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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CORNWALLS EXCITE
INTEREST AT PARK
Appear to Have Great Comblnatlon-
Goaltender Will Take Some
Beating���The Team.
lor organizations, the Intercollegiate,
Interprovinclal, and Ontario Unions,
have been in existence for eome.
years. All three have gotten along
splendidly, the Ontario'1b'&tfy, perhaps,
being the weakest. Now; the latter
union is endeavoring to invade the
territory of the Interprovinclal
League, and the ultimate "war" must
result. It will be costly to both clubs,
and at the same time creates a condition of affairs that should not exist.
Dickering for the services of a sta:
player of another club la not true
amateur spirit, and there ls little
doubt but that the competition foi
players between the clubs will lead to
professionalism of the  rankest   sort
New Westminster lacrosse fans yesterday had their llrst chance to line
up the stlckhandllng of the challpn*.
ing Cornwall team.   Thev^lsltora wer�� ,^,ll7T",l,,,,B,n. ^  )ne  rankeBt   80rt
out on the park oval^ about i! "Jock'  ���     -Intercolle��late "�� ��*e because o<
yesterday afternoon and went througb
aome fast practice before the trainer
called them ln.
Although a younger looking bunch
than the Salmon UellleB are, the Factory Town boys appears to have a
great combination, and both the defence and the home divisions wero
kept busy for well over an hour
Smith, the goaltender for them, is a
gem by himself, aud the Royal home
wlll have some hard work in getting
the rubber past him.
Terhaps the secret of the Corn
wall's success in the N. Li, U. this sea
son is the fact that twelve players
only have figured in the championship
and not once during the past season
has any one of the players been ab
/ent from the regular line-up. The
team is carrying two spares and thes
players appear to be on an equal
grade with any on the team. They
mix it with the same enthusiasm as
if they had been playing all season.
Among the many rallblrd3 who
dirorated the park yesterday afternoon were many of the oldtimers who
have, seen lacrosse grow up In this
city. Nothing escaped them ln the
mattf.r of play and the general verdict
appeared to be that the Salmon
lie!lies will have to be up and doing
if thc-y wish to retain the silverware
cn this side of the continent.
Charlie Welsh was amongst tlie
crowd, mixing with Joe I,ally, Alderman Kellington and Manager Gray,
and anything Charlie can do to assist
the Royals In tlie way of pointers the
team can re3t assured he will do.
With the exception of two players,
all members of the Cornwall team
have played the game for Cornwall
alone, and their love fjr the qualm
lltUfl town of the St. Lawrence is Just
as strong as that of thn Salmon
Bell:es for New Westminster. Fred
Depan. their coverpolnt, played foi
Brantford when that city won Um
championship, and his brother, "Hob
Degan, plavpd for one season wltl-
the St. Catherines twelve, later going
hae> to his old team. Cornwall.
The following is a list ot the Corn
vail players, together with their posi
tion and weight:
Fred Degan. cover point  188
Howard Baker, second defence  ..18$
Alex. Thompson (Indian), point...165
It. Degan, second home  16?
Francis Cummins, third defence.. .17r
Mark Cummins, outside home 15.;
K. Nicholson. Inside home 18
H. Ransom, flrst home MJ
H. Smith, goalkeeper  15*
H. Degray, third home  �����
L. Degray, centre  J��
p.. 8ummervllle, flrst defence ....Mj)
E. Degan, epare defence  MP
J. Fallon, epare home  ��� ��� ��� ���ltt"
Three Vanconver players. Fid Cum
mlna. Dot Phelan ani Don Cameron
together with Pete Muldoon. tralny
of the green shirts, were over during
the afternoon mixing with their old
team mates. ' .      ������,i�����
Both teams wilt be out for vraetle*
every afternoon from now on until the
SPORTSMEN!
Your attention Is drawn to the fact  that we have  the largest variety of shooting accessories ln the city.
Sterlingworth   Dble.   Bbl.   Hammerles* 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 In all loads
from 75c to $1.25 per box.
COME UP Sixth Street and see our display.    It will  interenbyou.
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IVI. J. KINIGHT&CO.,Ltd.
55 SIXTH 8TREET.
PHONE 237.
BARR AND GODFREY
TO HANDLE GAM'S
Will Visit the West.
Montreal,     Sept    24.���Monsigneur
Paul  Bruchesi, Archbishop   of Montreal, left tbls morning   for a   long
trip through the Canadian West
games next week.
STRIFE IN SPORT
PROVES EXPENSWI
Uphea/als In Eastern Rugby,
and Hockey Circle* Call for
Arrangement
Lacrosse
atb
Toronto, Sept. 24.���Canadian
letics aro in pretty much of a muddle
at the present moment. In every department of sport, with the possible
exception of oue or two of the minor
l astimca, trouble is brewing, and the
situation, generally, ls anything but
settled. It may be that the trouble*
maker j are working a great good for
athletic? throughout the Dominion by
rousing a greater interest in outdoor
sports, but at the same time tbe different sports for the time being, are
suffering because ot the petty squab
ibles that are taking up the attention
ol those In charge.
Not satisfied with tearing apart the
lagrosse organization of Saltern Canada, the promoter* are. now at work
���organizing- a new hookey league, extending s Rugby league, and alao
planning for a general upheaval ln
track and field athletics. Amateur
lacrosse bas been boiling over for
some years, while aoocer football Is
fiio enlivened by the many petty, df
ferencea that have arisen from Ume
to tine. It Is time (or a change, in
t'e onin'nn of the enthusiasts who
llt-e spf-rt for the exarc'so and amnsa-
ment that he derives from It and a
little housotcleanlng by those '-
charge would Im atfnomed,
he fact that only students are"elig
Ible to p ay on the college teams, bu<
����&"&&*? Interl>r��vlncial and
Ontario Rugby Leagues will not gain
by any steps that the rival clubs may
take to fortify their football prestige
at the expense of clubs, members ot
another league
In lacrosse, the war between the N
L. U. and the Big Four has proven u
costly experiment for all clubs   con
cerned.    Not a team ln the east has
made money in the past season, and
t the Big Four clubs have drawn the
larger patronage, the heavy   expenst
of a high-priced team has taken tht
cream oft their earnings.   True, great
er crowds turned out, but added to the
increased     attendance,    the    greater
number of  trips   necessary,  to com
plete the triple schedule, melted th'
bank   accounts, and   the   clubs   ar.
sorry, right uow, that a lacrosse wa:
ever came about.     Next season maj
witness  some changes,  but   the   Big !
Four teams   state   emphatically   tha'
they   will    not   swerve    from    their
course.    It may be that the financial
pinch will bring the N. L. U. teams to
amateurism,  in  which  case  the   Big
Four will continue as the only professional lacroBse organization   east   ol
the Rockies.
Turning to hockey, the intrcductlor
of the six-man style cf play has at
aroused the lovers cf the older seven
man team that the latter have com
pleted plans for the launching of a
league to compete against the Na
tional Hockoy Association. A meet
ing was held in Torontb last Saturday
night, and the prospects point to sev
eral of the present N. H. A. clybs Join
ing thc uew association. It Is pro
posed to have two teams in Montreal
two ln Toronto, one in Ottawa and ;���.
team in Quebec. Options have been
secured on the different arenas, and
ill that ls necessary to start thirg-
going is the election of officers. Then
'8 no doubt but tbat the National
Hockey Associat/on wlll combat th'
entrance of the new league, and lt in
hinted that the N. H. A. will go so far
aa to even drop their six-man style o:
play In order to offset any popularity
that the new organization may gain b^
adopting the seven-man hockey. The
hoc :ey magnates will shortly engage
in a bitter financial war, and it Is tht
players that will reap the harvest.
The fact that Frank Patrick, oi
Vancouver, will arrive In the east before the end of the month for hockey
players of major league calibre, als
lends Interest to the coming struggle
for supremacy In the hockey world.
There is talk of a commission to eon
trol hockey on the same lines as thc
proposed lacrosse controlling body. It
would appear aa tf thla body wlll have
x lot of work ta hand to start wltb
unless the hockey magnates agree upon aome terms ot peace. Trom wha<
zan be learned the severe handling ot
tbe N. H. R. players by President Em
mett Quinn last season ls the chlet
cause of the kick over the traces. One
must not forget also that In the Maritime provinces they have founded a
rary solid little hockey league, one
hat may give the bigger clubs a lot
it trouble with regards to the s'gnlng
f players. A hockey commission Is
needed if the sport Is to boom a3 It
should. ''* ....'
Even in track and field sports the
love cf peace has been fired to fly
���o a safer haven. The troubles en-
'lountered upon tha tr'p tt Stockholm
ind the alleged mishandling of the
team while at the Olympic gamos
have reached that point where an un-
l=>rstanding must be made. The da-
vision of President J. O. Merr'ck. of
tbe A. A. U. to resign office, means
���hat the Montreal branch of the A. A
7 will srlect a hend for the amateur
mien. This will clear matters a b]t
but there are a number of other d'f-
���tcult'os that must be looked In to before the A. A. U. reachps denr wster.
Flrrft and foremost ls the ridiculous
^sitlon which the A. A. U. oconples
the head ef Csnud'en athletles. vet
Selection Meets With General Approval���Square Deal for Players
Assured.
Matt Barr and Harry Godfrey are
to be the officials at the Minto Cup
(James between New Westminster
and Cornwall which open on the
Queens park oval next Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Barr made his selection
for Judge of play yesterday afternoon,
and, in securing Harry Godfrey, the
captain of the Vancouver lacrosse
team, the players on both twelves
who will fight for possession of the
Minto Cup can rest assured of a
square deal.
Godfrey is known as one ot the
cleanest players on the green shirt
line-up and only on one occasion, and
that for a minor offense, has he had
occasion to warm the penalty bench.
As for Matt Barr, he is too well
known to commented upon.
The presence of two Vancouver en
thuslasts officiating at the game will
add interest among Vancouver fan?
and the pasteboard In the Terminal
Clty.'whlch up to date has been good
will no doubt receive a big boost dur
Ing the next few days.
THEATRE
F. L. KERR, Manager.
Program for Wednesday and Thursday.
THE CHURCH ACROSS THE WAY
It cheers and brightens, bringing
happiness to the heart of a downcast
man, and a new found Joy In life.
Edison Feature, Helping John
COMEDY DRAMA.
An Interupted Elopement
FARCE COMEDY.
The Music Hall Singer
From obscurity she rises to fame and
fortune.
S
te ��tl tt am OHM jg lbe purchase at ale of Ml fatile.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
A front flve roomed suite ln the Marjoribanks building on Begbie
street near the Russell hotel. All modern conveniences. Rent $35
per month.    Immediate possession.
STORE FOR RENT
On Begbie street, near Columbia Btreet 20 feet by OT ffcet, with
basement same size.    Immediate possession.   Rent $65 peri month.
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONE8, Managing Director.
Head Office: 28 Lorn* Street, New Westminster.
WATCH FOBS
We have now in stock the largest assortment of Watch Fobs ever exhibited in New
Westminster.   Examination invited.
CHAMBERLIN   1"'"J
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway-
THC
JEWELER
WESTMINSTER    OPERA     HOUSE.
Without "In Old Kentucky" no theatrical spason seems quite complete.
This remarkable play goes on its successful way year in and year out,
competing with the yearly output of
new dramas with the stamp of recent
New York approval, yet holding it?
own with the any counter attraction
that may happen to come along. Its I
vogue today U as great as ever and
the announcement ot Its appearance
is certain of local approbation on thf I
part of theatre-goers young and old
Those that have ever witnessed n
performance of "In Kentucky" can
not forget brave Madge, the mountain
heroine of the piece, or the unctuous
Kentucky colonel, or delightful Aunt
Alathea, or scornful Barbara, or
manly young I.ayson. or faithful old
Uncle Ned, or the comical little picka
ninnies. Tbe play is underlined for
presentation at tbe Opera House tonight
ROYAL THEATRE.
In order to provide more room for
some b'g attractions which he has
contracted tor, Manager Gillis. of the
Royal theatre, has commenced altering the present dressing rooms of the
building, placing them above the
stage Instead of ln the rear as at
present*    -
During tbe past week Manager
GIHIs has been ln communication with.
one of tbe big vaudeville managers In
Seattle with the result that several
attractions which are making a hit on
the big circuit are coming this way.
"The Best In TKe West"
New Westminster, B. C.
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION
QUEENS PARK
OCT. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1912
$60,000 IN PRIZES jfggjjjj $60,000
Largest and Best Agricultural, Horticultural and
Floricultural Exhibition in Western Canada.
2nd. ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
SPECIAL  PRIZES FOR   HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, SWINE AND
POULTRY.
HIGH CLaSS ATTRACTIONS, WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP LACROSSE, PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETIC EVENTS,
SCOTTISH GAMES ANO AN ABUNDANCE OF FIRST CLASS
MUSIC.
T.J. TRAPP
PRESIDENT.
D. E. MACKENZIE
MANAGER-SECRETARY
Box 311 New Westminster, B. C.
position which
*s the head of _^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the fact remains that there are dozens
���of organised amateur leagues who do
���not recognize the A. A. U. This farcl-
oal state of affairs must be investigated and righted, if the A. A. V. ts to
hold tb* f*st waning respect rf the
remaining bodies under its wing.      >
BASEBALL.
Northwestern Leagqe.
R. H. B
     *   a   i
\Vi,.. 18   0
Clark and Lewis; Kratt
in
AtTancouver
Vancouver 	
Spokane ...
Batteries;
and Devpgt. WsKWWWW
At Seattle��� R.H.B
Seattle  ..., �� 10   S
Tacoma 1   t   2
Batteries:   Thompson, Me'kle   and
Whaling; Cvlger and Crlttendoh.
At Victoria��� R. H. E.
Victoria  2   6   A
Portland      ..   v. 3   6   3
Batteries:    Kantlohner,    MnOaery
  Karfman and Moek; Bloomfleld   and
Take "rugby tor "instance. Three sen- Harris.
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Manufacturers  of CIDERS, MINERAL    WATER,    Etc   Spsclal
Brand ef DINGER BEER and GINGER ALE.
Importers ef BRITISH  NONALCOHOLIC    WINES    and    CAR-
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4    Bole Agents for Westminster    Territory    of    GRAPINE,    "The
Health brink.
COUNTRY ORDERS  SOLICITED
MOST MODERN FACTORY ON PACIFIC HIGHWAY
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED ���-.
Wedoesday
SEPT. 25
HARRY TIDY, Manager.
LITT ft DINQWALL'S Production of the Most   Popular   American
.    Play Ever Wi-itten.
A THRILLING PICTURESQUE ANO ROMANTIC STORY OF KEN-
'     TUCKY LIFE.
IN OLD
Paddock scene In the remarkably popular play "In Old Kontuoky,"
opera house this evening. H^^
at the
���Written by C. T. DAZVf��� ' ;
������ Tka spirited aad exoltlng hona  trace.    Tha faawua. Keaftucky
thoroughbred, Quaen Bess.   The rolllcklnf fun '����< tha talaalteble
pickaninnies.
Kentucky Thoroughbred Horses-3
e Famous Pickuip&ie Brass Band
^^^^1       Prices 60c *n $1.50." Boxes $200.
Seatl oa aale at Tidy, the florists. Monday morning, Sa��L SS.
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WEStMlNSTEB DAIL? NEWS
WEDNESDAY, SZPTuMDErt 22, 1012.
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SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
*tbe undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Interior Fittings for Post Office at Chilliwack, B. C," will be received at this office until 4.00 p. m.,
on Priday, Oct. 4, 1912, for the work
mentioned.
Tenders will not be considered unless made upon forms furnished by
Department, and in accordance with
contained therein.
Plans and specifications to be seen
on application to Mr. J. G. Robertson,
Clerk of Works, Public Building,
Chilliwack, B. C, Mr. W. Henderson,
Resident Architect, Victoria, B. 0���
and at the Department of 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, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.
c.) of the amount of the tender.
By Order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa,  September 13,   1912.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they Insert lt
without authority from the Department���27584.
NOTICE!
FRENCH KID SKINS.
Why the Young Animals Are Not Per.
mitted to Eat Grass,
Tbe raising of kids tor tlieir skins Is
an ini|iortimt Industry umuuj; the
French mountaineers. Softness, delicacy of texture and freedom from
blemish are print-lpul factors In the
value ot kid skins, aud to secure these
essentials great pains are taken.
As soon as the youug animal begins
to eat grass tbe value of its skin declines, for with a grass diet the kid's
sklu Immediately becomes courser and
harder In texture, and Its chief merit
ihns vanishes. It is, therefore, kept
closely penned, not only to keep it
from eating grass, but also to protect
Its valuable skin against accidental Injuries that uilgbt Impair Hs marketability.
When the klda have attained a cer-
fnin uge nt whicb the skins are In the
best condition for (he use of the glover
tbey ure killed and thu hides are sold
to dealers.
| Tbe superior quality of these kid
skins, due somewhat to climatic conditions. Is what bus given France the
supremacy In the ma mi fnct me of the
finest grade* of real kid glove*, a supremacy that will doiitities* long be
maintained, inasmuch as foreign man
ufaciurcrs must rest content with second rate skins.���Harper's Weekly.
NOTICE ls hereby given that pursuant to Section 115 of the Land Registry Act, I intend at the expiration
of 30 days from the date here f to
cancel the registration of a certa'n
Agreement of Sale dated Nov. 29th.
1910. made between William F. Mon-
crleff (whose name is sometimes
snelled "Moncreiff") as Vendor, and
Mrs. Jane A. Vater (wife of Albert
Vater) as Vendee, and on November
?9th, 1510, a certa'.n .Agreement of
Pale m?>'e between the afc-nsaid
.ii'tp. A. VStfir, aa Vender and Thomas
Davis Morgan ns Vendee, 'n which
ri'A Xgreemetit the said Vendor
agreed to sell to the said Vendee Lot
flve (5) in subdivision of District Lot
' 'irpp Hundred and ftftv-efght (3HS),
New Westminster P'strict. according
to a plan of same deposited in the
Land Registry Office at the City of
New Westminster, B. C, which application was made by John Buchanan,
whose address was 310 Hastings St.,
Vancouver, B. Cl, as agent for said
Vendor and Vendee.
AND I do order publication of this
Notice for one month in the daily
newspaper published at New Westminster, B. C., shall be good and sufficient service.
DATED at NEW WESTMINSTER
this twenty-third day of September,
1912.
To���
WILLIAM F. MO.NTRIEFF,
WILLIAM F. MONCREIFF,
JANE A. VATER,
THOMAS DAVIS MORGAN,
JOHN BUCHANAN.
C.  S.  KEITH,     I
District Registrar.
"THE LOST CHORD."
Sullivan Wrote the Music at His Dying Brother'* Bedside.
I'erhnps the uiosi siicceesftil song ef
modern times Is "The l.ost Chord,"
whose sale in tlrmnt KrHuln ha* ex-
reeded ttitMNN) copies. Ttie story of
tts composition, as lold by Mr Wlllehy
10 his "Masters of Kngiish Music." illustrates tliat In ��-L a* tn statesmanship, success came to thus*���
Who knew th* >����>n> wnwi to tako
Occasion Dy th* hand
For nearly three week* Arthur Sey
ui<Mir Sullivan had watched liy the hed
side of a dying mother One night
when the end was not far off and hi*
hrotlier waa sleeping be chanced to
eome across some verse of Adelaide
Procter's which tire year* beforo he
hud tried In vain to set to music.
In the silence of that night watch he
read them over again, and almost Instantly their musical expression wu*
cooeelved. A stray sheet of music pa
[ter was nt hand, and he began to write
Tbe music grew, and he worked on.
delighted to be helped wliile nway the
hours of watching As he progressed
lie felt sure the music wn* what he
had sought for nnd failed to flnd on
the occasion of bis first attempt to set
the words, lu a short time II wits
complete and not loug after In tbe
publisher's bands.
TASTE WINE  FOR  A  LIVING.
Women Who Have Bean Successful In
a  Peculiar  Occupation.
Of the list "t strange cuilimrs lollnw
ed by women that ot wine tasting is
one ot the most curious ami lucrative.
As a matter ot tact. Mile. Colllnere.
whose service* are In great ileii.iatul in
France, (leriuaiiy ami Italy as *t wine
taster, is said to muse an income ot
about tf"-,MK' s year, many Mrms em
ployln4ft>er for regular work and tre
quently for special duty.
Only half a down women wine tnst
ers'have heen known to history, tbe
most renowned of these ttenig the wife
of a famous London wine merchant,
who died in I'aris
and Slguora Sousa. who has a great
reputation iu Spain nn account nf her
Judgment snd knowledge of wine.
Wine tasters. It spitears. are horn,
not mnde. and must |stssess tbe gift of
a rare and delicate palate, 'lo this, ot
course, must he added a knowledge of
wines. Mile Colllnere* taste Is so flne
and her knowledge of wine* sucb tbnt
Bbe ������nn dtwvrn trom the hr��t rasfe of
a wlue In"! where the grajie* srevt
from whlcn it was mnde. whether
tbey were rniwu in California or in
tbe vineyards ot trance. UerniSliy or
elaewbere
She can easily detect adulteration Ot
any sort, nr It there In a blend, and of
which wine*, snd can tell tbe age of u
wine almost tti a day. As n matter ot
fart, there nre no secret* thnt a bottle
of wine can withhold from thin remarkable iTeiiihwomiin once *he baa
bsd n spoonful nf it In het mouth.
She does not ��wallnw tbe wine. In
fact, she Is a teetotaler and If Rbe
were to drink wltie would lone ber
untitle mtiBlc nf taste. Furthermore,
she I* obliged to tnKe the greatest care
nt her health She must he well In
order to do her work, for Oer Reuse
loses lis cunning when sbe gets out of
health.���London lit Hits.
Every Woman
, is Interested and should know
I about the wowlBrM
Mapve, agj^jp
Ask yonr drngelst
lt.  If tie cannot supply
tbe MARVKIj, accept no
other, but send stamp for
trated book���sealed.  It gives Ml
isrtlculars and directions Invaluable
o ladles. WINDSOR SUPPLY CO.. Windsor, Ont
General Agtuita for Canada.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, City' Block   13, City of
New Westminster.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title to
twelve veara ago. ! the above property wlll be Issued to
HARVARD'S ELMS DOOMED.
NOTICE.
! A Book and a War.
Copyright questlou*aregrnreenough
nowadays, hut ther no louger threaten
^^^ to end In war. as In the case of St. Co
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that\mmtm' lhe ��rt*h'"n�� wh�� "���**��*< ��n
pursuant to Section 160 of the Land I ,,,nn' <*����n*^t��l north Britain and tn
Registry Act I intend at the expira- commemorated on June U He had a
tion of Thirty (30) days from the Pftwtfwn for tine manuscripts and copies
date hereof to cancel the registration
of a certain agreement dated the 28th
day of November, 1910, made between Harry J. Morrison, of Vancouver, B. C, as Vendor and William F.
Monerieff as Vendee, in which said
agreement the said Vendor agreed to
sell to the said Vendee Lot Five (5)
in the Subdivision of District Lot
Three hundred and fifty-eight (358),
New Westminster District, according
to a plan deposited in the Land Registry Office at New Westminster, B.
C.
And I do order that publication of
this notice as number 1729. for one
month in the daily news-paper published in New Westminster shall be
good  and sufficient service.
Dated  at New  Westminster. B. C���
this "th day of September. A. D. 1912
Ci  S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the North half of subdivision
10 of Lot 93, Group 1, in the District
of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Title
Number S4,r>SA, issued in the name of
Catherine Frances Wise has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the olty of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,  New Westminster, IS. C, September 9th, 1912.
ot thein and among others copied a
certain Latin psalter belonging to an
Irish abbot, whereupon King IMarmuid
condemned Columlai at Tarn, ruling
that "to every hook helnugs Its copy,
as to every cow Its calf " Coluniha
appealed against the verdict In the
practical form ot Incitinu his kinsmen
to revolt, and they defeated lllaruiald
Ij the buttle of the I'salter. The hook
Is claimed to be thp one which in a
sliver cover was curried Into hattle hy
tbe O'Donnells during more thuu s
thousand years.
Andrew Clara
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All   Work   Guaranteed.
641 Front 8treet      N'"- City Market
EDMONDS
Meat Market
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L 833
Cats aa Pood in China.
One often sums up the value of cheap
fur by describing It as having been oh
tnlned from the domestic cat. hill In
China garments of calskln rank ss tvgti
and are as pieclous as garment* of sa
ble In thl* country. In the Kiowerv
Land cat's tlesh Is slso much eaten
and Is especially recom mended im s
cure for consumption and all lung dls
eases. It Is vastly mtpetloi to cod liver
nil. and therefore cats are considered
extremely valuable |X>*se**lnn* Klnck
cats provide the best meat, and in s
grent manv parts of ("hum this food is
so highly esteemed Ihat cat* are reared
rot  sale like fowls or sheep.
Satisfaction For Him.
"Well,"   said   the   mininnaire'*   nrli
iln nt son. wlio nas achieved ��� ��������*)> llj
tils own elloit*. "I huve one great sat
isf act lon "
"What Is that?" askefl nl* admiring
friends
"At least none ol yon can sui\ that
you knew nie '��lieu I dlrtn t have a
nickel."���Detroit i-ree I'resa
Friendship,
lt Is a common observation thut dlf
fereiices nl laMe.understanding and dis
position are no itiipednuetits to friend
ship and that IM��- closest, intimacies
often eslsl hei,\ve<>n niltirts each of
which supplies what t* wanting in the
ul her.-Lord Macaulay.
Trying to Beat tha Game.
"Ererv note tliat prima donna sing*
cost* me at least u dollar." aald one
musical manager,
"Well." replied the other, "get a maD
to write her a song with only wliole
notes snd rests in IL"-Washington
Star.
Scianca la Unable to Save These Fa*
moui Old  Trees.
l'he Intimation that all the elms In
the Harvard yard must yield to the ax
during this siimttiet will Ue unwelcome
news to a great many Harvard gradu
ales, although the authorities of tbe
universltj have tor two or three years
realized thill the trees were doomed.
Heron- efforts have been made to save
them from the inroads ot insect enemies, out to no avail The doctor* of
entomology coll tensed themselves
worsted and abandoned then endeavors some time ago That In Itself ha*
more than a passing significance, for
science has outgeneraled Its parasitic
assailants so Often in recent years that
Koine of Us were reiidv lo believe that
II would not have to confess deteut
In this instance
These elms were the glory of the
yard and gave the regipn wh:|te,vet of
attractiveness It possessed (iraftuafet*
ot a generation ago will recall (tie
grateful shade thev anorrted during
Ihe muggy June days preceding tbe an
num examinations to the late after.
noons, when the shadows of thi,l<e.t rees
silhouetted Iheuiselves against Hip old
brick huilding* that girdle the yard.
Harvard always ap|ieared al net 0***L
Saplings ot red oak are heing planted
to replace lhe elms, hut a good many
classes will come ami go before tllesp
con reach the rllgBII) and grace ol lull
growth.- IWion llerutU
Tha French Army.
In the Krench itrmj   there Is not tbe
same competition   fin   couiiiii��<fiiii�� as
there   was   formerly      Candidate*   Toi
admission to the inilltarj   schools art
becoming increasingly rare, aud at lhe
presenl date the infantry alone Hi i&orl
uf 1,2(10 lieutenants     II has been found
necessary    to    promote   a    iiiiu.f.ei    ot
sergeant  majors   WIIUOUI  etui. 11101(1011
. l'he life of army men is more Aerou>
than   It   used   to be,  uud  so  luau.V  otIL
L-ers reach uigb rank without evei hav
lug   had   any   commission   thai   enter
prising    young    men    are    preferring
trade, industry and the lllierai profes
Sioils   10   the   dubious   prospect.-,   ol   a
(Hi 11 tury career
With the Scalpers.
"Oh, mother, why are the men lu tne
from biildheadedjf"
"They bought  theli tlcke;* from fhe
scalpers, my child "-K'Mcago Tribune
Than She Got Mad.
i*he ihavlng nol bing else 10 savi ��� If*
funny  how  we e'et  came to think  so
much   of   each    other       Ue   Funny?
It's positively ridiculous,'
An Unuaual Library.
Ill** Mary ,\i I'tllsbury is in charge
of oue of tlie most unusual libraries in
the world. Tins library is In a small
building on Mount Vernon street. Ko*
tou. aud the latons are lent to clergy
men exclusively The library is en
tlrely religion* ami theological The
hook* are sent to any minister In any
hamlet or clty In any ot the six New
England state* Uf the V.immi minister*
In N'ew Kngland more than :.i��m arm
regular patrons of the llhrnrv l'he
books itp|ieai to all denominations.
Priaon en a Mountain Top.
rt'hst will be the rtrst Alpine convict
prison In Europe I* almut to be erect
ed un the top or the llenlp moiinta'n
ft.iHMi feet high, In the canton ol (ri
The moiint'iln belong* to the canton
thus obviating the necessity nf during
s site, bnt apart from the ijneetion ul
economy tbe promoters of the scheme
are of opinion that mountain sir wlll
be good for the health and spirit* nt
the convicts, and more work will
thus he obtained from them- London
Standard.
! Edward B. Wetenball, on the 16th day
of October, 1912, unless In the meantime   a   valid   objection   thereto    be
made to me In writing by a person or
persons claiming an estate or interest therein, or tn any part thereof.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar or Titles.
Lapd Registry Office, New Westmln
ster, B.   C, 12th   September,  1912.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possesion the follow
lng Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested'to delivsr tht
same to the undersigned.
See list annexed.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
New Westminster, B. C.
1. 27th July, 1880, the Crown tc
William Drlscoll Gossett, Grant In fee
of Lot 5.
2. lst March, 1S78, William Drlscoll Gossett to Ella Lewe, Conveyance
in fee of said Lot.
3. 2nd August. 1882, Ella Lowe, by
her Attorney-in-fact, William Moresby
to John Hendry and David McNair.
Conveyance ln fee of said Lot.
4. 1st November, 1887, John Hendry and David McNalr to Ezra Rankin, Conveyance in fee of said Lot.
6. 14th September, 1888. Frank L.
kin to Frank L. Rankin, Conveyance
in fee, (inter alia), of said Lot.
6. 14th September, 188. Frank L.
Rankin, by his Attorney-in-fact, Ezra
Rankin, to Edwin Rand, Conveyance
in fee (inter alia), of said I^ot.
7. 23rd October, 1888, Edwin Rand
to Wesley Peck, Conveyance in fee of
Southwest half of said Lot.
8. 27th October, 188, Wesley Peck
to William Kent, mortgage in fee of
Southwest half ot said Lot.
9. llth March, 1895, Wesley Peck
to Ezra Rankin, Conveyance in fee of
said Southwest half cf said l.ot.
10. lath April, 1896, Ezra Rankin
Frank L. Rankin. Conveyance in fee
cf said Southwest half of said Lot,
subject to Mortgage registered In
Charge Book, Vol. 8, Fol. 518, No.
222213.
11. 27th May. 1893. William Kent
to Frank L. Rankin, conveyance in to*
ment and transfer cf Mortgage debt
and premises secured.
12. 18th April. 1896. Frank L. Ran
kin. by h's Attorney-in-fact Ezra Rankin, to Noah E. Rankin. Conveyance
in fee cf said Southwest half of said
Lot.
13. 24th December, 1S96, Ncah E.
Rankin to Martha Elizabeth Turnbull
Conveyance in fee of said Southwest
half of said Lot.
14. 29th October, 1888, Edwin
Rand to Wiiram C. Coatham. Conveyance in fee of the Easterly quarter of
sa;d Lot.
15. 4th June, 1889, William C,
Coatham to Thomas Crosbv, Conveyance in fee of said Easterly quarter
of said Lot.
16. 29th May, 1891, Thomas Crosbv, by his Atlorney-in-fact, Alexander
Peers, to Arthur E. Rand. Conveyance in fee of said Easterly quarter
of said Lot.
17. 12th February, 1892, Arthur E
Rand to John .Andrew Forin and Aulay Morrison. Conveyance In fee ut
sa'd Easterly quarter of said Lot.
18. 21st March, 1892, Aulay Morri
son to John Andrew Forin, after reciting as therein recited, grant and
release in fee of an undivided one-
half of said Easterly quarter of said
Lot.
19. 26th August, 1895, John Andrew Forin to Fred W. Howay and
Rob'e L. Reid, Conveyance In fee of
said Easterly quarter of said Lot.
20. 31st July, 1904, Fred W. Howay
and Rcbie L. Reid to Joseph Hetherington Bowes. Conveyance In fee of
Bald Easterly quarter of said Lot.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Speculations, agreements of sale,
JeeUs, business letteis, etc; circular
work specialist. All work strijtly confidential. M.'Uroten, Room ��, Merchant Bank Bldg.    Phone 715.
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, second und
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Club rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.'
A. P.'8 welcome. J. J. Randolph, Dictator; E. A. Bremm, Vice-Dictator;
J. H. Price, Secretary.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid   up. $8,200,000
Reserve   7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending tn Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacuic.
ln Cuba throughout the Island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
I. 0. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
Tbe regular meeting ot Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., is held every Mou
day night at 8 o'clock ln Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting bretherr
cordially invited. C. B. Bryson, N.
G.; R. A. Merrlthew, V. G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON. Barrlster-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 552 Columbia
Btreet, New Westir inster, B.C. Telephone 1070. Cable address "Johnston." Code, Western Union. Offices.
Rooms 6 and 7 Ellis block.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbii
and McKenzie streets. New wsst
minster, B. C. P. O. Boi 112. Tele
phone 710.
'. P. HAMPTON BOLE. BARRISTER
solicitor and notary. 611 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
McQUARRlE, MARTIN & CASSADY.
Barristers and Solicitors. Rooms 7
and 8, Gulchon block, New Westminster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady
Bank of Montrea!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up) ....$16,000,000.00
RESERVE    $18,000,000.0��
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfeundlaad, anc In London, England, Law Tork. Ch'csgo and Spokane.
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Latter* at Credit Issued, available wltb
correspeadents In all parts of Ue
world.
Savings Bank Dspartment���Deposit*
recel'-ed le sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest sllowel at 8 per cent, per
annum  (present r��te).
Total  Assets over $186,000,000 00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
WHITESIDE ft EDMONDS���Barrlf
ters and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, Nen
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western I'nion. PO
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no bot air to peddle;
]ust legltlmnte tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
JOHN GRAHAM,
couotant. P. O.
AUDITOR ANI) AC
Box 7.S4. Phone 1086,
I J. A BURNETT AUDITOR ANI
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
��� ������nut. block
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Hoard of Trade meets in tin-
board room, City Hull, as follows
Third Fiiday of each montli; quar
terly meeting on the tilled Friday o.'
February, May, August und Novein
ber at 8 p.m. Annual meetings oil
the third Friday of February. Nev.
memhers may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secro
tary.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. S. A.
ARCHITfCTS
TRUST
WESTMINSTER
Phons   651.
BLOCK.
Box   772.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimate! Given.
2:t  Sixth  Avenue.
NeW WESTMINSTER
Phone 587
B.C
D. McAulay
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone  185.      Barn  Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B.C
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 6th and ColumbL
Second Hand Store
J. G. SMITH.
Buy and sell new nnd    second    hant*
goods of all kinds.   Toole especially.
10 Mclinc Streel. l'hone I00S
ED. GOULET, Agent
New  Westminister
Or H.  W.  Brodie. OP.A.. Vancouver
RillABlE HOUSE MOVERS
All   work  guaranteed,     Estimates
furnished iree.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
903 Dublin  Street. Phone  984.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root  Beer
Miners1 Water*,    Aerated Water;
Manufactured b>
/. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R   113   Office:  Prtncees 8
Shooting the Whales.
iVIthln two year* elitlit meel ������team
prs. armed with powerful uinctim*
grtinH. hare begun to mint whales in
the north I'acltic, and tive miMIUoubi
ntcniii whalers are now under con
���urnctlon Vile*** vexnelK are primarily
destroyers; Ihey do not try out the on
hm lhe old winner* did. lint Kill tn*
whaieH with eipluKlve shells mid thei.
tow tne carcasses to a central mation
where the work of getting 0111 ine oil
"hiiieUotie. etc., la Uuiie uu a iurg��
scale.
WE   HAVE
LOTS
Subscribers
who do not receive
8 a.m. should
The News before
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B. C. Coast Service
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and make complaint. Only in this way-
may an efficient delivery be main
talned.
ON
Lulu  Island
Rising Sun Realty Co'y
Phone 868. Room 4 Trapo Block
FALL SUITINGS
ENGLISH    WORSTED, 8COTCH
TWEED,   IRISH   SERGE, etc.,   Just
Arrived.    Perfect  Fit and Workman-
shiip Guaranteed.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
* 701 Front Street
VANCOUVERVICTORIASEATTLE
SERVICE.
Leaves   Vancouver   for   Victoria
a. m., 2 p. rn. and 11 Mi,
Leaves  Vancouver    for  Seattle
a. m. and 11 p. m
Lesvex  Vancouver  for  Nanaimo
a. m, and 6:30 p. m.
Leuves Vancouver for Prince Rupert and Northern Points 10 p. m.
Wednesdays.
NORTHERN   BOATS   FOR   PRINCE
RUPERT.
Leaves    Vancouver   every Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves Westminster 8 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Priday.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
e ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P  A.. Vancouver
Phone R972. 619 Hamilton St
D. McELROY
Chimney Sweeping,
Esvstrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools, 8ept|0 Tanks, Etc.
9 CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Stampede at Calgary
Only a few more dates In September to make your visit east at a reduced fare.
Three trains dally, Tourist, Dining
Cars.
Toronto Express s.22 a.m.
Imperial Limited s'io p.m"
Soo Express ^.45 pni*
EXHIBITION SIGNS
and SHOW CARDS
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WEDNESDAY, CEPTEMBER 23, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE BBVEiW
SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL   MINING  UE-
GULATIONS.
COAL MINING rlghtB of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and ln a portion of the province of British Columbia, may be leased ior a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applioant ln person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
In which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unsurvey-
ed territory the tract applied for shall
be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate
of five cents  per  ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
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 be
permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may he considered
necessary for the- working of tho mine
at the rate of $10 an acre.
For full Information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorised publication of
this ad.crtisement v 111 not be paid
for.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
aril vai- Closing
tO:60���Vancouver via 0.  N. R.
 23.00
11:45���Burnaby Lake and Vancouver via B. C. E. V... . 7.45
16:45���Vancouver   via   Q. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) .14:20
1:40��� Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 11:16
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).16:00
(8:0O���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).2w:30
10:00���Port Mann   (daily except
Sunday)   9:46
10:30��� tsarnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday snd
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,       Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
1:40��� Victoria  vta  B. C. E.  R.
(dally except Sunday) .11.15
40:60���Victoria vta G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).20:30
11:20���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)              14:00
18:00���Edmonds snd Central
Park (daily except Sunday)    16:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rcxk and
Blaine i dally except
Sunder)  9:46
48:10���Abbotsford. Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)  23:00
IS: 16���Hall's Pralrle, Tan Ridge
and Hazlemere (dally
except Snnday) 9:45
16:16���United States via G. N. R.
(dally exoent Sunday)..14:00
9:26���All   points east and   Europe (dally)    7:46
32:10���All points east and Europe (dally)  14:15
9:26���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills dalljr except
Sunday)    7:45
19:80���Sapperton and Fraaer
Mills     (dally      except
Sunday)    14:16
9:26���Coquitlam  (dally    except
Suaday)  7:46
12:00���Central Park, MoKay aod
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       H-16
V): 00���Ladner,     Port    Gulchon,
��� Westham   Island. Bun
Villa  14:30
IA 00���East Buinaby (dally except Sunday)' 13:00
40:0O���Tlmberland .Tuesday and
Friday)   1��:'��
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally except Sunday).14:30
14: *5���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via Q. N. B.
(daily except Sundsy)..14; 14
11:20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via O.  N.  R.  (dally ���*���
cept Snnday) 14:00
7:80���United States via O. N. R.
'dally eroent Sunday) .8.46
11:20���Rand,   Majuba   Hill   via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        ��:00
Mr 40- -Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
'dally exoept Sunday).17:80
W:20-ChllUwack, Milner. Mt
Letunaa, Aldergroye, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre,Cloverdal��A*nf-'
ley Pralrle. Mnrrayrille.
Strawberry Hill, South '
Westminster, Clover
*���- Valley, Coghlan. Ser-
dls. Sperling Station,
Dennison Station, Brad-
��~. ner,    Belierose, -rls B.
C. B. R, (dally exeept
Sunday)    *   .... 8:00
11:20���Clayton (Tueeday, Thurs-
dav, Friday aad Sat-
day   r...i.w..n.....14:00
11; 20��� Abbotsford,   Huntingdon,
via B. C. tt. R. (dally
' exceot Sundav) .... . .17:80
20:40���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Snnday).17:80
8:00���Fraser   Arm    and    Alta
Vista and Oakalla ....28:00
THE WHITE RABBIT.
.ord  Pelham  Had  to  Wait  For His
Chance to Sell.
Lord Pelham lived in a castle not
.���ery far from London, near the banks
if the Thames. He had the habit ol
valking quite often, all alone, to the
;ity. One day, in the year 1811, when
u his way to London, he saw a man
niming towards him.
"My lord," said the man, "can't
roll buy a white rabbit from rne��"
Lord Pelham shook his head and
vent his way without another word.
The unknown followed him anoS
taid, "My lord, you must buy iny
white rabbit." *
"What shall I do with it?" replied
:he lord in surprise.
"I am certain, my lord, that you
will buy my white rabbit," said tlie
nan, placing a revolver on my lord's
breast.
"Well, I see I am iu your power,
ind must buy the rabbit. How much
Jo you want lor it?"
"One hundred pounds sterling, my
lord."
"One hundred pounds for a rabbit?"
"Nut a ahilling less! And I am sure
you will give it to ine."
"You shall have the money, but I
lon't carry so much cbbIi with nie."
"1 believe it, but your signature is
iufflcient;  I  know your banker."
"Hut I must have���"
"Paper, pen and ink. Here it is, my
lord.   1  thought of everything."
Lord Pelham, who saw only loo well
that there was no escape from this
man, Bat down and wrote the check.
Then he wanted to continue his walk
to tho city, but tlie unknown stepped
in his way witli tlie revolver and said:
"You are mistaken, my lord, this is
the road that leads to yotor castle.
You must now bring your purchase
home. Good-bye, my lord. There is
your way and this is mine." >
Pelham did not consider' it advisable to contiiiui. this discourse. He
took the rabbit, returned to the caatle,
ar.d never said anything about the
price he had paid  for it.
Ten years later, in 1821, shortly before h:3 death, Lord Pelham took a
walk through one of the liveliest
streets to a suburb of London. His
attention was drawn to a large brilliantly lighted nieat market. The
owner stood behind the counter. Pelham thought he had seen that fa.4
before, he stepped into the shop,
heard the man talk, ar.d, alter a lew
unimportant questions, retraced liis
steps nnd  went home.
Next morning Lord Pelham, very
plainly dressed, and with a basket on
nis arm, entered the meat market
ai^ain and demanded to ste the proprietor. He was shown into an adjoining room, where tiie man sat at
his desk. As soon as tliey were a.oiio,
Lord Pelham said: "Ay dear *ir!
Don't you want to buy a white rabbit
of   mer"
The man was terriiied and stared
at Lord Pelham.
"I am certain you will buy my little
white rabbit this moment," said tlie
lord.
"Oil, with the greatest pleasure,"
said tlie butcher wlio had recognized
hit  former  vict.in.
"What is thc price ol it "
"Whst 1 had to psy you tor it once
���s hundred  pounds.
'In cash or in a check?"
"I nrefer casli."
The" butcher counted cut the money
on the counter. Lord Pelham put it
in his pocket, placed Lie basket Willi
the rabbit on tlie counter aud���their
bills were evenly settled.
'TAINTED MONEY.'
To Build  New Ocean Port.
It is reported lrom Ireland that a
company with n guaranteed capital ol
$6,500,000 has been foimed to coii-trut
a railroad lrom Collooney Junction,
in Sligo, to Beiniullet, on the eo��M of
Mayo, where the company projxisea to
build harbor works adapted for ths
docking of ocean steamship*, lhe
line will be 90 miles lung snd bai.sated for the heaviest trailic. At Collooney Junction the railroad will connect with the Great Southeastern snd
Western and with tlie Midland Greal
Western, so that passenger* can lm
debarked easily* and quickly to ail
parts of Ireland, as well a* Scotland
and Knglard. It is estimated that a
saving of 24 hours will b< made in the
transmission of transstlant.e mails
and passengers to and from  I.oiiJob.
A Coin's Journey.
An interesting story nt a half-
sovereign's journey is related in th**
monthly magszin- ihsunl by llu
Great Western Railway Co., Knwland.
It appears that a ticket collector
dropped the coin on th 1 footboard of
the 11.6 a.m. two hours' -x.r.ss ir->m
Paddington to Snow Hill station,
Birmingham. The train *;vd off b��
fore he was Ml to snatch the half
sovereign, and yet the coin wns sti.l
in position when the train reiiohec
Birmingham. A florin was similarly
recovered a few days lat��r from ths
footboard ol the Fishguard express st
Reading after a fast run from Pad-
ington.
���  ���t ' '
Qeorge Bernsrd Shsw's Crstd.
Some years ago Mr. George Bernard
Shaw married a lady oi fortune, anJ
since then he has been troubled by
begsring letteT writers. This ha* caused the celebrated vegetarian to issu��
the following characteristic statement:
"May I take thi* opportunity of informing the large number of undeservedly' "unfortunate persons who daily
write to me for pecuniary asststanos
that I am a Socialist? This means
thst I spend the money, but do npt
give *���",	
English PIscs Names.
England cat) boast thst ne othei
country possesses so mafiy Scriptural
place tu.ts.Waa it does. The nsme
Jericho ooetrfs' six times on tbe ordnance maps. Paradise flve times and
Ntoevah. Mount Zion. Mount Ararat
anl Mount Ephraim three timss sach.
In Bedfordshire there Is-a Calvsrv
wood aad in Dorsetshire a Jordan hill.
'   First Ascents In England.
Asoente ���of passenger carrying balloons wen first made in England in
1784.    '    t"  "'**���* -"'
Queer Use* to Which III Gotten Gain*
Hsve  Been   Put.
Perhnr* tlie mo.��t ynluahle and
most (anion-" scholarships, IkiIIi st.
!,)x,for^ ,nn<i Cambridge. are the
"Craven" ones. The fund which
pvery year supplies some of the moat
brilliant���but none loo wealthy!���
students in Great Britain with the
means of becoming cr��at and famous
in their special branches of learning
had surely as strange un origin ss
any of the kind you can find in
scholarship record--.
For when a certain Earl of Craven
left a lnrge sum of money to be used
for the release of slaves who hnd
b"Pn captured by the Algerian and
Barbary pirates and slave-dealers,
he could have had not the slightest
idea tba{ the day would sonn com"
when the money would never be needed for such a purpos?, and when a
L'raleful Parliament would determine
that, instead, the interest from the
investment should be employed as
means for furnishing the finest
scholarships for poor stud"iit�� at the
two greatest and oldest English um-
versitiep. Y<t that is how the "Craven Scholarships" were founded
there.
Many folk once had much th ��ay
against lotteries in England, and it
was, perhaps, not a bad thing when
they were ubnlUhisd by law. Yet it
is well worth while r mi'mberin::
Ihat, in "their bey-day, public lotteries
did a vu.-t deal of good, as well as u
vast deal of barm.
And when one speculates on Ihe
paltry gambling spirit of to-day,
which finds Its outlet in an attempt
to win a large sum by spending a
sixpence in making a miserable attempt to {KH-tize better than somebody
else, one ennnot but think that the
real, properly-conducted lottery which
couid build a British Museum, a
Wat'rloo Hridge, a St. Paul's, was
immensely better as a way of satisfying ancl yet keeping in right bounds
the fever for gambling, which seems
to lie in the blood of so many folk.
For lhe British Museum. Waterloo
Bridge, and no small part of St.
Paul's were erected from the proceeds of lotteries, public lotteries,
held in these islands and sanctioned
by Parliament! And what grand results they are, ut any rate, those
splendid erections; and how much
superior to anything which the gambling fever produces to-day!
Even now. in othsr countries, these
state lotteries are doing big things
in their own way, however much W#
in Britain may agree or disagree with
them. Throughout the German Empire���and the astute Germans generally know what thiy are doing in th*
money line!���public lotteries are
oft- ii adopted for the purpose of
Increasing ?t;it_' revenue. A man
much prefers to pay $'25 for a ticket
which may win him a large sum
tliat will make him ind"pendent for
life, and incidentally provide funds
for some necessary state purpose,
than L> be tax-d to the extent of $20
and see nothing whatever to hia own
benefit for the sum thus reluctantly
paid to a needy Government. Last
year. In Prussia, sueh state lotteries
Uiivj n clear profit to the country ot
more than $22,500,000; nobody grumbled st paying the money, severs',
loik gained large fortunes, and even
tbose wlv> were unsuccessful were
r ally little mure out of pocket than
they would have h -en by paying a
tax in lieu ol the profit thus made.
As another curious wsy of a tins
building being provided for strangely, we may take the case of the Phill-
[lotts porch of Truro Cathedral. The
Int.- Canon Phillpott* bought a picture of "Lady Hamilton" from a
fri-'tid for $160. It turned out Inter
to be s Itomney, and was eventually
Mild lor $16,000. Of this sum tha
delighted canon agreed to give half
a* a Ihsnkoffering. in order to build
lhe splendid ptrch of the new cathedral st Truro, whicii would otherwise
hsve found itself badly spoiled eor
want ot money to finish this part of
the structure a* it ought to have
heen done.
Nest In s Drawing-Room.
1 ssw ths other day in s frisnd's
drawing-ioom a unique sight, write*
Rev. T. Retclitfe Barnett. of Bo'ness.
England; During cleaning operations
s njbin flew into the room snd made
repeated attempts st building s nest
in the corner shelf ol a cabinet. The
building materiel of leave*, etc., was
cleaned away twice, but after the
room wss cleaned the determined little redbreast tried again, and succeeded so fsr one dsy that humanity
forbade it* rejection. Now you csn
see a beautiful nest cunningly hidden behind a jar ul flowers and an
ornament, on which the robin mother
is sitting with her tail cocked over
the edge and her besdy eye* always
on the slert. She flies in snd nut
st ths njien window, makes no litter
ubout the room, and is hatching out
the usual number oi eggs. Music on
an organ or a piano does not seem
to disturb her, snd the room may
lie full of visitors st tea without nny
sign or sound from the little robin in
the cupboard.
Branding Criminal*.
Until ths snd of the eighteenth
cehtury t .e prisoners' aock in most
important English law courts was furnished with an iron upright and cellar Hxed in front of the person wbo
was being tried. If a conviction followed and the judge elected to include a decree of branding in the
sentence that portion ot it was carried out upon the spot. Tbe criminal's hand was put through the collar, which was effectusl I y screwed
around the wrist snd, the necessary
branding iron having been previously
heated in the courthouse bra, waa
forthwith marked upon the thumb
with the letters which the judge directed to tie burned upon it.
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To prevent a shortcake from getting
so-gy when it is cut take s ilrm hold
of a piece of white silk thread and
draw it through the cake it one
wonld a knits.. It separates the cake,
leaving it light and not soggy, as
when a knife is used.
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Sept.   25.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
\VEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1912.
Westminster Modern
Business School
Me lhe Direct Route to
Sticcessville
There are Wiany routes by which
young meu and young women may go,
but all do not lead to the desired
place.       ���-���-*-   -
WE OFF&t THE ONE THAT IS
PRACTICAL AND DIRECT.
P.S.���Don't forget about our Night
School.        ...         jj
The
Modem Business School
A. L. BOUCK
Principal and Manager.
S10 Columbia St Phone 853
Fraser Hotel V Al L
IS NOW OPEN
Meals at all hours. We serve
the best the market supplies
11 BEGBIE Street
WHEN, TOU WANT A PIANO DO
YOU GO TO A BUTTER AND EGG
STORE TOR ONE? OF COURSE
NOT. WKBN YOU WANT INST7*
ANCE TO WHOM DO YOU GO?
COMMON SENSE TELLS TOU TO
GO TO A MAN WHO MAKES EN
SURANCE .AND NOTHING BUT INSURANCE HIS BUSINESS. WHEN
YOU WANT ANY KIND OP INSUR-
ANCE COME TO ME FOR UT. THAT
JS MY BUSINESS.
Alfred W. McLeod
INSURANCE
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New  Westminster,
Lon
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For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
The telephones of the Westminster
Daily N��ws now are:
Editorial Office  991
Business Office  999
Mr. F. H. Cunningham, of the Dominion lisheries department, is absent
from the city attending the horse
show at the Victoria exhibition.
Untll further notice we cannot receive orders for coal.���Gilley Bros. ���*
Mrs. T. Meredith begs' to than,
those whose kindness and courtesj
waa evidenced ln so many ways following  the  conflagration  of Sunda/
laat.
Robb, the Scottish comedian, at th1)
Scotch concert. **
Frank Van, accuaed of stealing
$228 from a Coquitlam firm, appeared
before his honor Judge lloway yesterday morning and elected for speedy
trial. The case was set for Wednesday, October 2.
The steamer Strathspey, E. H. Todd
master, is loading about 3,750,000 feet
of lumber for Sydney and Newcastle
New South Wales, at the Crown mills
Mukelteo, Wash. She expects to cleat
shortly.
Rye bread���like your mother usV
:o make. Eighth Street Bakery, Tele-
phone R 281. *���
The prayer meeting of the Sixth
Avenue Methodist church to be held
this evening at 8 o'cloeS -will take the
form of a rally day gathering. A traty
interesting and enjoyable evening is
anticipated.
A lire   completely   destroyed   thel
houst> of Dan  McKay  adjoining the,
school  at East  langley, on  Snntey.
The household effects were also con
��umed.   The loss was $2000, ot Vhich
$700 was covered by insurance.
Tickets Tot the Scotcih concert at
Tidy's on Saturday morning.       ���*
Tlie Educational ctuh will 'hold e
special meeting at the home of Mrs
Cloverdale Watson. 406 Third avenue
at 3 o'clock this afternoon. All mem
hers are requested to artenil as important bmstness wfll be .discussed.
Miss Minerva A. Smith, Graduate
of Music, has opened her studio at
13th avenue and 6th Btreet. Tele
phone R 735. **
Mr. Pierre LeSnurdais. assistant
postmaster ut Golden, and ~Mr. Louis
Le Bourdais, C. P. R. ageflt at Vernon
are fn the city for a few 'Bays visltin..
their brother, Mr. D. M. LeBourdai3.
On their way east they will visit their
old home rn Clinton.
Piping, duircing, Clan McLean pipe
band at the Scotch concert. **
The Sixth Avenue Methodist church
Sabbath school will hold their rally
day services next Sunday. A special
'program has been-prepared, and th;
Oxenbury orchestra will be present.
The superintendent is desirous thai
j-us many ot fhe'dill members and parents r>s possTble will attend aud enjoy
as well a3 heilp in the services.
Scottish    male    quartette    at
Scotch concert.
article exploded during the operations
and the noise brought the lad's relatives to the scene. Blood was stream
ing from the boy's hands when he was
found and he was hurried to the hospital as quickly as pcssible.
i There it was found necessary to
amputate two fingers and a part ot a
thumb. Enquiry at the hospital last
night brought the information that the
boy was doing nicely and waj on the
quick road to recovery.
PROMINENT   BANKING
OFFICIALS VISIT  MILLS
Another prominent party, the third
during the past week, yesterday pam Emma
a visit to the Fraser Mills and were
shown over the plant by Mr. W. S.
Rogers, the local manager. Among
the visitors were several well known
Winnipeggers, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Rowley, Mr. and Mrs. Vere Brown,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ball, and
Mrs. A- B. Tcnney, of Boston, Mass.
Mr. Rowley is manager of the Winnipeg branch of the Canadian Bank
of Commerce, while Blr. Brown ls
chief. Inspector ct the same Institution for the pralrle provinces. Mr.
Ball is also connected with banking
institutions In the middle west.
A pretty wedding was solemnized
yesterday morning at the home of
Mrs. Pickins, 305 Keary street, when
Miss Mabel May Henderson, of thia
city, became the bride of Mr. Archie
Lewis Badgerow, of Cedar Cottage.
The bride was attended by Mis'-
Trethewey,   of     Abbotsford.
while the duties of beBt man fell to
Mr. W. McEwen, also of Ahbotsford
Rev. E. D. Braden officiated at thn
ceremony at which the Immediate
friends of the contracting parties
were present.
Dinner was served by Mrs. Pickens
following which tbe newly wedded
couple left for a short wedding trip
to Victoria and Seattle. They will" re
side at Cedar Cottage.
"Dkkw j. Lawrence
'TEACHER OF
Banjo, Mandolin and Zither
319 Columbia Street
'. Telephone R1169.
EAST DELTA FARMER
FACES ARSON CHARGE
At the home of the bride's father
Mr. G. A. Troutman,   323   Bruuett"
street, a quiet wedding was perform
ed  on   Monday  evening,  Mlss  Lydis
Troutman becoming the wife of   Mr
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Frederick Quinn   Powers.    She   was
A. case tonight with serious cons*   attended hy Miss Martha Troutman.
quences, it established, was heard in, he,r ���'*"��� while Mr. Samuel Coombs
IU Initial stage ln the district court I ����*��* "|e Part of be8t���man'   *"*��   n
before Mr. J. 8. Clute this morning I ��hort   honeymoon.    Mr.   and    Mrs
Clinton Goudy. son of Edward Goudy. I p��*Te��� will take up their residence
farmer, East Delta, was charged wit'i &t Jubilee, Burnaby
setting fire to a barn containing   250
tons ot hay, destroying aame, beside*
demolishing otber   utensils,   wagons,
etc
The property belonged to Henry
Morgan, a well known gentleman ot
East Delta, between whom and Mr.
Goudy, senior, there has been trouble,
concluding in the legal eviction ot Mr.
Goudy. Mr. Sob Scott took over the
i farm, tbe flre occurred and hence this
! legal inquisition.
Mr. W. ti. McQuarrie ls conducting
the prosecution, and Mr. S. S. Taylor
Vancouver, is defending accused. Aa
adjournment was granted.
WESTMINSTER LADIES TO
COMPETE  IN   FIRST AID
In connection with the First Aid to
the Injured competition to be held at
Victoria on Saturday under the aus
pices of St. John's Ambulance society,
a ladies' team has been entered from
Westminster. They will compete with
twenty-two other teams from othei
cities. Several handsome trophic*
will be awarded to the winners of the
contest.
The other tea'ns entered are: Vic
toria: Police, one team; civilian, on"
team; home nursing (ladies), flv3
teams; flrst aid I ladies), four teams
Vancouver: Police, one team; civilians, three teama. Nanaimo: Civil
ians, one team;  miners,    two teams
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Fraser Mills Smoker.
An interesting program has been
prepared tor the smoker which la
scheduled to take place at fc'raser
Mills on Saturday evening. It was
intended to have the event pulled off
last Saturday but the committee in
charge could not perfect their plana
early enough. Several artists of local
renown are on the cards for exhibition.
Duke of Connaught Will Make Westminster Terminal Point.
With the coming of the Duke of
Connaught on October 3, New Westminster will enjoy the valued distinction of being the Pacific termlnnl
point of the epoch making tour of
His Royal Highness and party. A.
cording io the Itinerary of the Governor Generdl the westward transcor
tinental tour will come to an end a<
the conclusion of the visit to the cil>
next week and at the same time th?
return journey to the East will o -
gin.
After the visit to Prince Rupert is
over the Princess Alice, the temporary "royal yacht," will proceed to Victoria, where a few days will be spent.
From the capital the Alice will come
right up the Fraser river to We3tmin
ster, and here the royal party will
disembark.
After the Governor General official
ly opens the exhibition and the pro
gram rfSw being arranged for the second visit is carried through, the party
will board the royal train at the loca1
depot and start out on the homeward
journey.
HENRY SCHAAKE, Manager.
R. J. EVVELL, Secretary.
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SCOUT ORDERS.
Scoutmaster R.  P. Dav. command
ing First  New Westminster Troop of
Baden-Poweil Boy Scouts.
The    troop    will    parade    at    the
I a-mories on Wednesday.    Septeiflbar
125, at 7:30 prompt. Dre?s: drill order.
F. J. Simpson, Adjutant.
HOTEL DUNSMUIR
This New Residential Hotel
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Curtis Drug Store
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Phone 43: L. o. 71;
New    Wnetinlnatcr.
The halibut steamer Roman camo
in port yesterday 'morning with i.
very small catt'li of fish due to rough
weather which "was 'experienced vrtieu
off the Que,en Charlotte Wands. She
will leave alalia lor the bank either
this afternoon mr 'early Thursday
morning, after having her boilers at
tended tc.
Mice Eila Walter and M'ies MtjCor-
maclt at the Scotch concert.      ���*���
A verdict of nw-idnnta! death wa?
render*!! at the inquest conducted b;.
Coroner McQuarrie over the body of:
Andrew Christofemon, which' wasj
found hi the waters uf the Fraser on,
Monday. The funeral took place yes
terday to the ChnrcHJ of England
i cemetery, Rev. Canon flXasum ��fC��ci-
���ating.
Wednesday, October t is tbe date-
of the big Scotch concert to the <opcm!
house. **     .
'I
The  completion  of  the new  horse j
show  arena  at Queens  park  in  time j
for the evhihition is now assured. By
a special arrangement with tlie Carpenters'  union tthe  Powers Construction dompany, -which has in hand the
work,   will   begin   operating  a   larg:
gang of workmen  on  a  twelve hour
sliiJt.    The  arrangements made provide that  none but union labcr will
be  used  in tlie construction  of    th3
building, ihe    w-oricmen    to    recelv3
straight day wages per hour without
overtime.
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for divorce." This wai the pubiishel
announcement wh'cli confronted various mismated women who went into
���Tudse Monroe's "d!vnre�� mill" department cf the Siperior Court todav.
to have their matrimonial bonds severed. J;:dTe Monroe isfjnei the dictum after he had heard the c*>ses ef
several women who vere a"">lyine fir
diveree. a'~.d whose h'<s>b'nd". testified
''n defence tliat thq pHvos " ii'M not
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was denied.
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sleeplessness, etc.
Try a glaas free of charge at
MUllt'S DRUG STORE
Four doorB-East of Bank of
, Montreal.
New Westminster,  8. C.
At the close cf the ceremonial opening of Surrey agricultural hall yesterday tlie Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister
of public works; W. J. Manson, M.P.
P.; F. .1. MacKenzie, M. P. P.; Reeve
Sullivan, Surrey; Reeve J. Mars. Co-
(]iiitlatn; Mr. S. A. Fletcher, government agent; Mr. John Sprott, road
superintendent, motored over to and
inspected tlie work on the Serpentine
and Nicomekl. It ls well known that
the reclamation of the thousands of
acres of the best alluvial soil, through
this work, will not only add to Sur
rey's producing aapaclty, but materia'
ly to tlie tax revenue.
PLAYED WITH   DYNAMITE
Little George Ankers Loses    Part   of
One hand aa Result.
Suffering   from   painful   injuries   tn
his hands and arms aa the result of
playing with a dynamite cap. Georie
Ankers, the nine year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Ankers, of this cltv. |;
lying in the Royal Columbian hospital.
It seems that tlie unfortunate bov
secircd  tbe cap from  Rorie-vhero on
Monday afternorn.   and  taHns it  to
the woodshed adjoining h'�� 'mme it ' i
believed that he attempted to Investigate its contents iu seclusion.   Tho
THESE ARC ALL CHOICE Residence Iota in good locations, and
good investments at the prices they
can he bought for now. Suitable
terms ean be arranged.
NO. WO���FOURTH STREET, 50x182
to lane. Price $775.00; oue^quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 5Qx
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; one-third casb.
NO. 123�����FIFTH 8TREET, TWO
lots, 50x132 each to lane. Price
$1060 each; one-third cash. ,
NO. 1280���PRINCESS STREET NEAR
Second Street; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third cash,     j,
NO. 1195 ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
near Fourth Street, two choice lots,
cleared; $1,275.00 each; one-third
cash.
NO. 1315���DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper tide; good
view lot; cleared; 60x126 to lane.
Price $1560.; one-third cash.
NO. 1288���FIFTH 8TREET, NEAR
Sixth a,venue, 50x132; cleared and
graded; $2,000; one-third cash.
NO. 9S9���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
etreet, 60x110; cheapest good lots In
the eity. Price $600 each; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE CORNER, TENTH AND
Edinburg street; cleared and ready
to build on. Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, atreet on three sides.
$6,300; one-third cash.
NO. 1143���WI8E ROAD, FACING
south, ��7xll4 to lane; cleared and
In orchard. Price for a few days
ouly, 31,100; one-third cash.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED  1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident,  Employers' Liability,
and Marine Insurance.
Automobile
WHITE STAR-DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
MONTREAL���QUE BEC��� LIVERPOOL.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMER8, SAILING  EVERY SATURDAY.
Wireless and Deep Sea Signaling Apparatus.
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
New SS. "LAUKENTK,"      New SS. 'MEGANTIC"
15,000 Tons Each.
Electric Elevators, Skilled Orchestra, Electric Heaters, tte.
Sails Sept. 14, Sept. 28, Oct. 12, Oot. 26, Nov. 9, Nov. 23
First Class $92.50, Second Class $53.75. Third Class $32.50.
ONE CLASS (II.)  CABIN SERVICE.
Twin Scrsw S.S. "TEUTONIC."
532 feet long, 18,000 horsepower.
Sails Oct. 5th. Nov. 2nd, Nov,
30th. $55.00 and up; Third Class
$32.50.
Twin Screw S.S. "CANADA."
514 feet long. Sept. 21st, Oct.
$50.00 and up.
19th, Nov. 16th.   	
Third Claes $31.25.
calling at Quebec. Embark night be-
No transfer charges.
Company's Office: 619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry Street, Seattle.
II. E. GOULET, Can. Pac. Agei.t. W. F. BUTCHER, Q. N. ft. Agent.
New  Westminster. ^^H
All steamers sail f^om Montreal
fere sailing.   No hotel expenses
INTERURBAN TRAMS
FOR VANCOUVER.
(Via Central Park) at 5 and 5:45
a.in. and every 16 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., tegular service thereafter.
(Via Burnaby) at 5:45, 0:45 and 8
a.m., with houijy service until 10 p m.
and late car at~ll:3u p.m. Sundays-
Firs I car at 8 a'.m.
(Via North Arm and Ebumr) at 7
a.m., with hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���Fl: st car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter, ,,  .
F3A5ER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and way points at
!>::in a.m.. 1:20 and 6:10 p.m. For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.njj-
WEEK END
EXCURSION.
Iteduced rates are offered
over the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
all polntg on the division.
Tickets for these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday,
MA Mi   YOITR   PLANS   TO
TAK3   THIS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
ERiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
���w
Houses To Rent
-������-���-���
IMMEDIATE   POSSESSION
SIXTH ROoVl COTTAGE on Hartco Street,    Modern   conveniences.
$25.00 per month.
FOUR ROOM COTTAGE, 3rd. avenue,  Burnaby,  Modern conveniences.    $20.00 per month.
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE cn Hamilton    atreet,    Modern    conveniences*.
$30.00 per month.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE en Tenth avenue.   $18.00 per month.
THREE ROOM HOUSE on 13th. street.    $10.00 per month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
628 and 743 Columbia Street, Phone 85., New Weatmlnster, B. C.
Irons, Cookers
mma*pma%psmsmt^ts--^'mmmt^m-m-a^-mm*mm*m*mm*mmm*ms*m
and Heaters
ELECTRICAL   WIRING A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656 63 Sixth Street

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