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 VOLUME 7, NUMBER 130
GAS COMPANY
TOLD TO QUIT
Legal Notice* Are Served on
Workmen Tearing Up
Royal Avenue.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,  WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1912
SALMON FISHING
AND PROTECTION
Need   of   Improvement   In   Patrols���
Japanese Fisherman Disappears
���Catches Fall.
JUL
MORE PROPERTY
PROVISION HOUSE
WILL OPEN HERE
Position of Company Wlll Be Defined
In  Law Suit  Now Precipitated
by Action.
The bide and seek game which the
' Westminster Gas company and tbe
city have been playing came to an
abrupt halt yesterday when several
employees of the Gas company were
served with legal notices while they
were engaged ln tearing up a portion
of Roval avenue preparatory to laying
gas mains.
The men aerved will appear ln the
police court this week to answer
charges of breaking the streets unlawfully.
Conflicting Views.
This action ls tbe outcome of a lon?
pending law suit between the city and
Mr. James Cunningham, of the Westminster Gas company. The city solicitors contend that Mr. Cunningham
has no right to open street* and lay
gas mains, as the twenty-flve year
franchise granted by the Westminster
council in 18S7 has expired.
Mr. Cunningham, on the other hatid
contends tliat he has every right to
lay mains and that his franchise Is
just as sound today as ever it was.
The result is that Mr. Cunningham
gave the council notice of his Intention to begin work on Royal avenue,
and In return the city solicitors gave
J*\r. Cunningham notice that when
such work was commenced his men
Would be arrested. No arrests were
made yesterday, but each man engaged in the work was served with an information.
Law Suit Pendlnr.
Yesterd8v'9 action on the part of
the p.'tv will preclpiate the law suit
whicli has been pending for so lone
and Its outcome will once and for all
establish the exact status of the gas
company  in  the ctty.
Mr. Adam S. Johnston, who It act
'tor  tha, una company   lu
Following the good catcbes made cn
Monday, yesteruay s llabinj In tb'
Fraaer and also- ln the sound took a
drop, and wltb tbe exception of Be'l
ngham and Anacortea, i��
amounts were reported.
in conversation with a gentleman
Interested in tbe fisheries yesterday,
a Weatminater Dally News representative was Informed that the time had
arrived when both the provincial and
the Dominion governments should
make a move towards bettering the
present service in the protection of
the salmon fishing.
It was pointed out that the reports
received from the American side
where big catches were' made occurred on Bundiy. '
"At tha present time," he stated,
"it Is practically Impossible tor the
boats to watch all the traps, and if
the closed season of twenty-four hour.-.
each week ls observed. It simply rests
on the honor of the owner of th?
traps. A contrivance, somewhat similar to that of a lock gate Is used on
the trapa so that they can be closed
and opened at will. What is to pre
vent a Canadian or an American trap
owner from leaving the g3te half
closed during the closed period and
evade the law ?
"It is a simple matter to hav<e thr
lift so arranged so that when a patrol
boat comes in sight, a kick on the
ropes would loosen the door, so that
it would fall to the bottom of the trap.
"Thousands of sockeyes are being
caught In this manner every year and
if the pack is to be preserved for sea-
sens to come, some change must be
made in the present regulations and
in the patrol service."
Some accident is supposed to have
befallen a Japanese fisherman, license
No. S. K. 670, who left the Terra Nova
cannery last Friday morning in a
gasoline launch to fish in the gulf. No
sign of him has been seen since then.
The catches reported by the B. C.
Canners' association are a3 follows:
Bellingham. 25.000 Bockeyes and 200
cohoes; Anacigtes, 8000 sockeyes Sunday, ��n<tJi6.0Mljfrojo trap��_ye��tor��l:iy
Much Land Changing Hands
on Lulu Island for
Right of Way.
Route' Appears   to Be    Along    South
Arm of the Fraser, Thence North
to Vancouver.
BUSY PE TOR
CO.. Sl MIGHTS
Minister of Militia Paya Brief Viait to
Weatminater and Inspects
Ranees.
emptovenTtlielr  traps.,In   rho  #tra*te  yp��toSfl��y
T&3&WSS*&B*��
,  lmn   advised   tl>��   nion ^^^^^^
.     Mr. 43��ontn��tiafn to icaMttn *���,.*��.*.
On   Roy At   eveune- . tt IS  *-:-^.r. ���*.**&  tills      _        -���--r      -
will tw-'n* fortli  further action on Qi��\ wick. ITOO ��ock��^*��:Ti��rtm Nova,
part ot the city today. jaockcyos:  St. Mungo. S500 sockeyes;
 1 Kwen's. 2200 sockeyes; Phoenix, 1000
I sockeyes;    Scottish    Canadian,   l��o'j
Further developments ln connection
with the Canadian Northern are ex
pected to be annouiu-id within the
next few days. During the past week
several real estate deals have taken
place cn Lulu island which Indicate
that the purchasing agents of the
company are preparing a right of way
from the Westminster end of the Is
land to Woodward's slough and from
thence north to a point opposite Soutb
Vancouver.,
The recent acquisition of the Royal
City mills site by the railway company is taken to indicate that New
Westminster will eventually enjoy the
benefits of the new road passing righ.
through the clty to Lulu island and
from there to Vancouver.
Surveyors Preparing.
Surveyors have been at work during the past six months mapping out
a route through New Westminster tc
the Terminal City by way of the is
land, and It became known yesterday
that agreements had been entered Into by the Canadian Northern and cer
tain property owners ou Lulu island
whereby the company agrees to   purchase -the  land  for a  right  of way
during the next twelve months.
Ocean Ports.
It was pointed out in a Vancouver
paper  yesterday afternoon   that    thc
C. N. R. was -alleged to be back of the
$600,000 by-law wbich will    be    sub
mitted to tho electorate of Vaneouve
today,' and   that  it foreshadows   the
terminal site of the company. Man:
people In this city  think that Falic
creek as a port U greatly handicap
ned bv the many brld;ea between th*
f'de flats and the open sea. and   thr*
therefore the chanceB of New  West
. I ��ilu��t��r  b��oom*ns  (be  Pacific   nort   ol
i\-Mm ��. N. Sl. n��v��nr, lookm* t>rl��huir.
il .   . 	
Representative   Visited  City
Recently  to Investigate
Business   rrospects.        ,   Wban ,ntenrlew#d bjr a r��,pi.eMnta
tive of this paper laat evening ia Van
bss^bj ^HMB oouYt-r, Colonel  lion.    Sam    hughes
Head Office in Chicago���Handles minister of militia, declared that oi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     jthe subject of the rebrgailliation
tbe militia   In New Westminster   hi
MAW WORKS
10 STAY IRE
Heaps Engineering Company
Comes to Tentative Agree-
City.
Pickles, Jams, Etc., In Large
Quantities.
on
From   correspondence   carried	
through a local real estate concern tt
Ib evident that a large Chicago provision bouse, will open a branch in
New Westminster   at   a very   early |
date.
Negotiations in this   regard   have
been  lu progress for some  months
and from present Indications will b
carried to a successful conclusion, a
the determining of a site is new oc
cupylng the attention   of   the   company's representative who    was    recently in the city for that purpose.
Awaiting Settlement.
At the present   moment   the   real
estate firm whicb is putting through
tbe deal is not prepared to glvo any
further information on the subject as
tbe tentative state of tbe negotiations
warrants discretion.   It is said, however, that the representatives of the
company who have visited Westminster consider the city to be an ideal
spot for the location of a business and
industry such as theirs.
The product? which the new concern will manufacture when once
established here will consist of
pickles, table relishes, jams, and other
delicacies handled in quantities by
the large provision concerns. It Is
also the Intention of the company to
cure hams and handle all kinds of
flesh and fowl !n great quantity.
SWITCH QUESTION
IS STILL UNSETTLED
bad no definite announcement tt
make. His visit to tbis city, he said
waa carried out fcr the purpose ol
becoming better acquainted wtth
actual couditious, and at this time
tbe conclusions he had d-awc, or the
remedies wbich be would propose
might nut be disclosed.
The cabinet minister was exceed
ingly busy during the two hours ht
spent ln the city.
Ive came over from Vancouver a'
loon, aud had luncheon at the Hotel
Russell. He was accompanied by Mr.
H. H. Stevens. M. P.. Alderman Mc-
Spadden and Colonel Duff-Stewart, of
Vaneouve' and Major Lindsay, of
Victoria. Hefore luncheon the minister of militia met a number of his
old friends who had served with him
in Africa and in Canada and were
"cw residents of this c'tv. Amone
these were Mr. Otway Wllkie, Mr. Edward Hoult. aud Mr. Charles V
Sutherland. Kor all he had a cheerv
greeting. He aWo snatched a rev
moments from a prc3s of business tc
make a snec.lal call upon Mrs. Jew,"
Sutherland, an old frier.d now r.>si
dent iu Westminster.
A representation from the Nations!
Reserve was cordially receive 1 hy the
colonel, who promised to give his sm-
1'ipdlate attention to an or^t:i juan
whicb had proved of so great ir-.por.-
ance in the scheme of national defence
of the Hritish Isles.
After luncheon Colonel Hughes
made a trip to the Richmond rifle
range and was shown the layout of
the New Westminster harbor scheme.
Although nothing definite wa3 announced in connection with his visit
to the range It is understood that
thousand yard facilities for sharpshooters will be brought about shortly.
Another matter brought to the attention of the minister was the neces
of   Yearly Rental fas- Late (aland Und la
�� ' Arranged��� By^cw WIU Per-
TWO HUNDRED GO
ON MERRY PICNIC
St.  Peter's Church  Outlr.g  to Bowen
Island Was a Great Success���
Cocrts Program.
About tvro hundred people Journeyed to llo wen I Bland yesterday on St.
Peter's church picnic. The weather
proved as favorable aB could be desired and she crowd certainly enjoyed themselves from the time the boat
arrived at Bowen Island at' 11 a. m.
till it left at 6.30 p. m.
There wa? a good list of sports and
the usual picnic delights of awlming,
boating, etc.. combined with the pleasure of the steamer trip to round out
a day well spent.
The reaul's of the athletic events
were as fellows: Boys' race. Frank
Walsh; girls' race, Dorothy Qregson;
small boys' race, Geo. Dynea; young
ladles' 75-yard dash, Hazel Manson
and Margaret Rlely; men's 10p-yard
dash, M. Dolan; married ladies' race,
Mrs. Farsbcrg; three-legged race, H.
Andrews aud II. Earlswotth; girls'
consolation race, L'lllan Jaeger;
men's consolation, C. Kills; and a
^number of other Interesting 'events
including a baseball game*. Roi:;rh-
necks vs. Dreadnoughts, which resulted even enough to call lt a draw. ,
The trophies awarded for the various events were valuable and well
worth the winning. The merry makers returned tired but happy, expressing themselves ready Jo go through
It all again tomorrow, so thoroughly
successful was the whole affair. The
committee In charge Is accordingly to
he congratulated.
sockeyes;  Imperial, 1100 sockeyes.
BRITICH   MINISTERS' VISIT.
Must Walt Over Until the Return of
Premier Berden.
I oudon. Aug. t.���The Daily Chron-
>le says that the question of an official visit of members of the British
"iblret to Canada stands over until
Premier Borden's return. If this be
true It cannot take place until September at tbe earliest.
NO SLACKENING IN
BURNABY'S ADVANCE
tn
Manufacturers' Return Visit.
Montreal. Ang. %.���Mr. O. McL.
Brown, the European manager of the
C. P.' R��� who ia ln Canada on a visit,
statea that arrangements have been
made for a return trip of the manufacturers to England. The Idea, be
auld, was mooted by the British manufacturers who recently vlalted Gan-
ada, nnd lt was likely that in the next
year quite a representative party of
Canadian manufacturers would visit
England for a similar tour.
Last Fort Captured.
Rome, Aug;. 6.���-According to official
���announcement made here today, Zu-
ara, the last Trlpolltan coast defense
which Turkey retained, was capt.ired
by the Italians after a fierce land and
.' sea attack. The despatches from the
scene pf activities say the battle waa
stubbornly fought, but no mention of
the casualties ts made.
Fine   Residential   Suburb    Growing���
Alterations Improve Poat Office
���New Buildlnca.
Edmonds, Aug. 6.���Building ln and
around Edmonds still proceeds at a
rapid pace. Work on the new Baptist
church on Walker avenue ls progressing and the structure, as far aa
frame work Is concerned, Is ueariug
completion. To the roar of tho muni
elpaj hail tbe new stables and storehouses are beginning to attract atten
tion, and when fiirfahed will be a ma
terlal addition to the grounds of thc
municipality at thia point.
On Salisbury avenue, the Bottlemeht
there ia becoming a second Sliangh
nessy Heights. Mr. Alex. MacPhoi-son.
the owner of the property, a little
oyer a year ago, der ised u scheme
whereby before he sold any property
at thla point, the buy��r would bave to
guarantee to butld a aubstantlal residence, and thla move la lust beginlng
to be. recognized by the residents of
Edmonds. Several houses are now tu
course of erection, and situated aa It
Is near the B. CL E. ft., and adjoining
the Vancouver-Westminster road, it Is
sure to gain prominence aa a residential district in years to come.
Structural alterations, tho installation of lock boxes and other Improve
ments In the Edmonds poat g If ice
have recently been mado and a twice
daily matl service has brought lt on a
plane with many a city office.
It is expected that the legal tangle
over a right of way at the corner ot
Si; tb street and Edmonds' road will
shortly be unraveled and this adjusted Sixth street will be. opened up
clear through to Burnaby Lake.
The now Gray hall Is now finished
and the flrat party of the season wll)
be held on Thursday evening of this
week, to, which all tho residents are
Invited. On the lower flow, a rea-
taurant has been opened, while In the
other store a pool room will be opened within tlie next few weeks, a
license iat which was granted by the
councll on Monday night,
V
Sale.
At a long special session of the city
council held yesterday morning In the
mayor's office, at the eity hall, final
c~-rat:gemento were completed between
the city and the company controlling
the Schaake Machine Works in regard
to the transfer oi that industry from
Its present locatton to a eity owned
site pn Lulu island
A tenative agreement, setting forth
the conditions of * lease between the
Heaps Engineering company cf Vancouver and the corporation of New
Westminster waa also framed at the
meeting, for presentation to the city
solicitors who wiU proceed to draft
the original At an early date.
Terma of Agreement.
Tbe terms of tne agreement briefly
stale that the Heaps Engineering company will lease 697 teet of city land
situated on Lulu island just at the end
uf tbe bridge, for n term of twenty
years at a yearly rental of $1742.217,
plus the ta>es on the assessed value
of the land. AB improvements to be
exempt from ta retina during the term
of the lease.
An option p'rving the lessee privilege to purchase the property at any
time during the twenty yeara is provided for in the following clause in
the tenative document: "The counc'.I
will first pass a bj law; submitting
the same to ratepayers in aceordsnee
with the provisions of tbo statutes to
sell the property lor the aum cf $69.-
700, if purchased within lire years,
$104,550 if purchased after five and.
up to seven and one-half years, and
$139,400 if purchased after seven and
one-half years up to ten years. The
by-law to empower the council lo sell
TAKE WIDER SWEEP
lty*X3*WBmt****t*t**t*a   ��Wn* To'
��-**��*�� t* .*.*.* ,.:���*'.������ Door       |g
Dovatooment.
<-y���**
Suggestlon   by   Progressive   Aasocla
tien���Druggists to Visit City���
*
Space Lacking.
At the weekly meeting of the executive body ot the Progressive association held laat evening, the president
and honorary decretory were requested to approach the H. C. E. It. and to
urge upon the oompauy the advis-
ib.nty of running the observation car
over the belt line via Eburne to West
minster and back to Vancouver via
Burnaby Lake at least once a day.
In thia way tourists might be given
a better idqa of the whole peninsula.
l'he secretary was instructed to tor
ward a resolution in regent tn Ui.s u>
the proper quarter.
Among the correspondence taken
up, Messrs. Lawson A Co.. recently o.'
Sheffield. England, ccmplalned of t'ie
lack ot space In the business section
ot the oity. If this continued. It was
stated that many firms who wished to
locate here would be compelled to
;o away from the city. This matter
was referred to the Joint committee
of control.
The action ot the secretary in tak-
'ng steps to secure a visit from tur
druggists now convened in Vancouvei
was endorsed. Messrs. T. D. Sherrllt
tnd L. M. Richardson were appointed
to handle the matter, and while ar
rangements depend upon an, Interview
with Mr. F. .T. MacKenzie, M. P. P., tt
ls hoped that the druggists may eoine
over on Saturday and take in thu It
crosse game.
Badges will be Issued to tlie Sap*
perton lacrosse team which ts going
up country shortly on a playing lour.
With the idea of gathering In .all
outstanding subscriptions collections
were apportioned among the different
committees.
Tho general meeting la to he held
on Friday evening, and lt la expested
that the proceedings will be of great
Interest to all. ^T^���
FELL  DOWN  MOUNTAIN.
m
East Burnaby,   Aug.   6.���A   rumor
gained ground yesterday that an in
junction will be taken    out    against
Messrs. Cliff �� Sons as Boon as   this
concern starts to conatruct the switch,
permission for which was granted by
the Burnaby council on Monday evening.    Whether tbis  wlll  be  done la
Just a raattet- of speculation at    this
time, but no question has ever agitated the district ap much as the granting of the application to lay the spur.
Within the next few days It Is expected tbat plans for a new sash and
door factory    to    be erected in East
Burnaby will be made public   Mr. T.
D. Coldicutt ta authority  for stating
that the laird has already  been purchased by  the company  wbich from
the grpnt amount of building now going on views the locality as an excellent field for operations.
The renaming of the streets to conform with those of New Westminster
Is causing a little confusion at the
present time, but taken on the whole
the residents are well satisfied with
the change.
Twelfth street, which formerly was
known as Third avenue, la In the
limelight at the present time owing
to the many houses that are bein*
built on this thoroughfare. It ia onlv
n matter of three years ago since
thia street was but a trail out
through the dense bush. New houses
are springing up on all sides, many
of these of the bungalow typo which
appears to be popular wltb the new
settlers.
The district of Buena Vista, Whloh
in tho past has remained tn a stagnant stats, now appears to be waking up. Net? houses are being built
on Armstrong avenu". which la belnr
widened by "the municipality and an
application has heen sent In t the
authorities for the opening of a posi
office there.
ACCUSED Of GRATT
Chief   Facea   Three   Charges���Others
Suspended���Supreme Court  Is
Invoked.
site* and also tn meet the coat of submitting the hylaw to the ratepayers.
White labor mast be employed by
the industry during the time cf the
lease, while in thc case of assignment"
or abandonment of the, property  bv
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the leasee thn lease shall'become void
and the property i��Tmt to the' city.
Since the aale'or thn Schaake Mail chine works' to Kt*tt Heaps iBa'gineering
,      . * J company,   of   Vaacowver,    in    June,.
Lethb.-idje, Alta., Aug. ��.���The city I apeoolatton has keen ittft as to whnt
councl this afternoon decided to call (would become at Pm Industry. It
in the chiff justice of tbe supreme, v."as r.^tornt scrtnral times that it
court of Alberta or any Judge of ��a.id|��'aa���t''e/*��� jattim mt the director* of
court to hear the charges thatjhave j the  c;o -ecn'^ng eneapany
been preferred agalnat Chief of Policejthe machine
Gillespie, who is now On the suspend-  ~~���"   **""������
ed list with Inspector Silllker and Detective Egan, of the city police, force.
K remove-
  In Vancouver. This
rumor, however, waa subsequently
denied, and the fast totenjjgence of
the re-estabtatimenC of the company
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FOR NEW  ZEALAND.
ctive JSgan, ot tne ciiy puiret^tuner-. .��?�����-  -v. , - ��� ��� ���
The Charges against    that   Official j within the Jurisdiction cf  this    c'fty
were alao made public for the first [waa noted In tha Westminster   mm-
time and eousist of being drunk cr.'News cf June JL
Daily-
duty, - receiving money from disreputable houses and for having appropriated to hts own use moneys that he
ia alleged to have collected for the
cltv from licenses and also for fines
collected In police court
C. F. Harris appeared before tbe
council In behalf of Gillespie and asked that he be re'nstated pending the
action of the court, hut no action was
taken. On account of the supreme
"iourt being in vacation It Is expected
that the case will not be heard for
oue, and possibly two months.
SEATTLE   LADY   DIES   FROM
SHOCK OF  IMMERSION
Millionaire's Son Has Narrow Escape
Three Ribs Broken.
Calgary. Alta., Aug. 6���Selby Walker, aon of Col. James Walker, millen-
aire of Calgary, narrowly escnned
death on the dangerous slopes qf Castle mountain ln the heart of the Cana
dian Rockies Saturday, when he los*
hla footing and fell a distance of 100
feet. Walker crashed against a boulder and was saved from being hurled
to death over a 600-foot precipice.1
The young mountaineer Buffered
three brokm ribs and a number of
severe laoorat'.ons. He waa rescued
with ropes and carried to the Alpine
Club's temporary, camp at the foot ot
the mountain where he la slowly,re-
cevorlng. ^T"
Demand for Eastern Canada Automobiles la Growing Steadily.
,    Montreal. Ang. 8.���The   steamship
1 Rakal sa";led today from thla port for
New Zealand.    Bhe had on board a
consignment of one hundred and fifty
five Canadian automobiles.
During tha put year the demand
for Canadian automobiles had in
creased steadily and -every vessel
which sails from the port for New
Zealand   carries  a   consignment   of
cara.
Demand for Canadian-built oars Is
based principally on the fact that they,
are the lightest and be<*t suited cars
obta'nable tor Australian and New
Zealand roads.
Seattle. Ai'g. 6.���MrB. Willie Anne
Divers, a widow aged 52 of Kansas
City, jiost her Ufa late yesteiday
when a boat she was trawling tn for
salmon capsized at the entrance toi
Seattle harbor, 100 yards from the
Bon Air landing at West Seattle,     r
Mrs. Divers, her step-son, J. B. Divers, and the latter'a 3-year-old
niece, were In the boat. Divers sun-
ported hla step-mother anil the Tittle
girl In the water until aid arrlfed.
Mrs. Divers died of the shock.
MUST    1XPLAIN
More Trouble In China.
I*ondQDv A"*- 6.���3evere    light'.n*
^-q broken out at Wuchang, ln  the
Chinese province of Hupeh. according
to a news  ageoicv despatch received
here today from Tlentin,   The trouble      ���     _
aroae over the disbanding bt some of; prominently menthaed tar tthe fltetat-
MONTENEGRJ	
Frontier A��tfVttte��-to Ital.
Turkish Fort Captured.
Constantinople, Aug. ��.���Turto^r td-f
day gave Montenegro 24 hours in
whloh to explain Montenegrin activl-.
ties on the Turkish frontier,' Unless)
a satisfactory explanation Is forthcoming Turkey will sever diplomatic
relations at once, and the Turkish
minister notified Montenegro that
such action would be followed hy
war. *( '
The Montenegrin* and Albanians
are racially related, and. Montenegro
Is also ambit'ons to get Albania. This
Turkish officials say, accounts for tht
activities on the Turkish frontier.
The Sultan  of  IVrkey la   aroused
over the activities ot Montenegro, andj
lt Is expected he will name fhe strong-'
est man he can find bb dictator.  Chef
het. Pasha,  and   Kalmil   Pasha   are
Preferred Weatminater.
Residents of Westminster are gratified to team of On final decision of
the interests behind the industry to
keep tbe Schaake Machine work * iu
New Westminster, where It has operated for many stmt*, giving employment to ahout one hundred men and
specializing hi the manufacture of
mill machinery besides manufacturing
all kinds PX engineering appliances.
Mr. E. H. Heaps, the head of the
company Which naw controls the-
Schaake Machine worts, la one cf the-
foremost financial men in the Canadian "West. He hoMa large interests
In hig industrial projects all over the
province aa wtM aw controlling au,
immense amount et British capital.
The retention of the Schaake works
here is considered to he eloquent testimony to the opiaiee Mr. Heaps holds
for tbe future of thia elty as far as
fta Industrial oaitonlt ia concerned.
Extend Capacity.
Although nothing definite car. be
'ascertained regarding, ntmpecttve extensions and Improvement*, when the-
���plant '��� M moved It ia nemjn that great
changes win be ntoto, nnd the new
���plant on LUlu Island ha aB probability
will employ about two hundred and
fifty men. '���    ,..,
' In order to W*ae*lhef lands-apecifled
In the tenative agreement, the city
will be forced to stake application to
the eourts tor' thi cancellation ot a
registered plan which at preeent
dudes a portion of Oka property.
In-
FISHIN8  SEASON   ENDED:
the troops.
I orshlp.
At Rivers Inlets and All  Banner!Br
��� Have   Cteeed.
"Vancouver.   Aug. ���.-���'The  C.   P. R
| steamer   Princess Beatrice  returned
trom Ctoedn  FaBs aad .Rivers   Inlet
yesterday, ana among- the cargo was
3700 cases of eaaaed salmon and a
nuB&ber ot odd linen of merchandise.
There were also many passengers, a.11
of   whom   enjoyei   the trip, as   the
weather was exedRent throughout.
The officers stated that fishing operations hai hem uwsftMtfV at  Rivera Inlet and, thnntore, fli* canneries .
.had closed tor the i
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912.
\WANTED���ENGINEER KOR OASO-
llne boat.   Apply 537 Front streeL
WANTED���FIRST   CLASS   ASSIST-,
ant dressmaker for   alteration   department. The T. H. Smith Co., Ltd.
���WANTED ��� GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply Mrs. P. Birrell,
115 Royal avenue.
'WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
house to rent in*New Westminster.
Addreas F, W., City Heights P. O..
Vancouver, jt	
"WANTED���YOUNG MEN AfeOUT 18
���  years of age to   work   In   factory.
Western Canadian, Can Co.
WANTED���A TEAMSTER. APPLY
Annandale Supply Co.
"WANTED���EXPERIENCED WOMAN
for general house work. Apply 227
St. Patrick atreet.
WANTED���OFFICE BOY; HIGH
school boy preferred. Bring written
application to H. P. Vidal & Co.,
Market Square.
���WANTED���WAITRESS. APPLY THE
Lytton cafe.
WANTED��� YOUNG SCOTCH GIRL
wishes to assist with housework.
Sleep at home. Address Box 89
News office.
FOR    RENT���NICE    COOL,      AIRY
" rooms,    modern,    new    furniture,
abundance of hot water;  no noise;
no bar.    Sterling hotel, Royal avenue and Tenth street.
WHITE ROCK���CAMPS���TENTS ON
platforms with veranda fronts, to
rent this month; also .a three room
cottage. Apply to E. H. Sands, manager for \vhite, Shiles & Co., White
Rock.
TO RENT ��� HOUSE AT 220
Seventh atreet. Enquire Allenbough,
224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���FIRST CLASS FURNISH-
ed rooms by day   or week;    phone
!    and bath tree.   654 Columbia street
(over Royal Bank oi Canada).   Prices
moderate.   Phone 1099.
TO RENT���EIGHT ROOMED HOUSE
on  Keary  Bt^reqL half block  from
Columbia, on  two large lots,    ter-
I    raced lawn,  fruit trees, etc., very
1    desirable.   $25 per month. Apply to
220 Keary streeL
WANTED���MARRIED COtlPLft    Require    two   comfortable    furnished
rooms;    old    country    family    pre-,
ferred.    Apply room 2, B, C. E. R. I
depot.   Plione 401. |
WANTED��� AN    tRONJSR.       ROYAL
City steam laundry.
FOR RENT���L^RGE. AiRY, WELL
lighted room,,' 30x30 feet, in Hard-
man block, Suitable for office or
workroom or/may easily be divided
to make a tv,[o or three room apart-
ment suite. (For terms apply Westminster Daily News.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE-
kceplnn looiiis, hot and cold water.
Apply room, !). Knights of Pythias
hall, coiner Eighth street and Agnes
street. j
TO KENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedroom, flirnlshed. Terms reasonable.   T2H L\pnes stroet,
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Rox 7fi5 City.
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   38 Hastings stieet.
VV VNTED - A WAITRESS. APPLY
Bohemia!) cafe, opposite C. P. it-
depot.
FOR 8ALE
FOR QUICK SALE���OWNER NEED3
the money. Lots 6, 7 and 8. block 2,
resubdivision of block 1, .0. L. 25,
group 1. New Westminster. $30J
cash, or $3J5 terms. Apply W. H.
Smedley, llox 508 Nelson, B.C.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
stieet. opposite Dominion Trust
bloc'.;.   Apply II. P. Vidal & Co.
FOR   KENT���LARGE  FRONT ROOM
suitable for two pentlc-nen or llslit
I    h<vi=o!;eepin{;.      Apply 213   Seventh
street.
BRITISH CABINET
MAY BE CHAN6ED
Lord Morley May Retire���Birrel Mentioned for India Office���Over-
worked Ministers.
London, Aug. 6.���Rumors of ministerial changes are current today, based, according to the Pall Mall Gazette's parliamentary correspondent,
on the impending retirement of Lord
Morley from the Lord Presidency of
the council and the return of Lord
Gladstone from South Africa.
Lord Morley has heen able to give
verv little time to the House of Lords
lately and has been in attendance
spnly when presence has been requested, upon some particular debate. It ls
only a matter of opportunity and tlie
convenience ot the prime minister, it
is understood, when Lord Morley wlll
finally retire from office.
If the time has now arrived, it must
be on account of the other changes,
It has been evident that Ixird Crewe
hns been feeling the strain of his
continuous official service ai secretary of state for India and it would
not cause surprise- it he wore to succeed Lord Morley.
Mr.   Augustine   Birrell    is   another
minister who is overworked and his
1 transition from the Irish chief secretaryship to the Indian office would
be a relief to him and a promotion
tbat would be appreciated by ministerialists generally.
��� Such a change at the same time
would be a certain embarrassment to
the prime minister, as it would undoubtedly be ominous regarding the
fate of the Home Rule Bill, even lf
lt were accompanied by an explanation. Mr. Birrell, however, would still
be avilable to take part In the debates on the bill and would retain
charge of lt.
lf Mr. Birrell finds a less onerous
post there Is reason to  believd   that
Mr. Herbert L. Samuel wlll   succeed
him at the Irish office.   It 13 understood that he is next on the Ust to be
promoted In the cabinet.    The name
of the Master   of  Elibank   is   being
! coupled with the governor-generalship
I of South Africa.   He has high claims
I to recognition and would unquestionably he a safe and sagacious administrator as the King's representative in
I South Africa.   His position   as chief
I whip would be difficult to fill.
Every W<
1 U Interfiled sad fhoald know
I about tb* wonderful
Marvel !KSoST
Ask toot dngstst to
lt If h�� cannot enpply
tb* MARVKL. accept DO
other, bat send stamp fbr 111ns- *
trated book���seated. It girei talt
partlcnlare snd directions InT-ilnable
to ladiea.WINDSOKHt;t>PL,Y CO.,Windsor. Out
General Atassta tor "-���in*1*
PERSONAL.
BUILDERS AND PLUMBERS, FOR
contpnt. block?, chimneys, brick
laundry tubs, drain Tile nnd fireproof, grrmproof. waterproof, sani-
��,-'��� p|a��"o flrorina;. sre J. W. Mc-
ralliini. Wp^tminster Trust block
Phones: Office 434; house L 885.
FOR SALE -SMALL HOUSE,  EIGH-
tern    fruit trees    full    bearing,    75   mm.   ,,      -  ������    .       ��� g
chicks, coups; lot 50x138 to 20 foot
lane;  water and light; $1430. Small   INVESTORS'    INVESTMENT    CO.
payment, balance monthly. Also one
lot with 20 trees and some chickens.
Apply Owner,  on    lot    28    Eighth
avenue.      East   Burnaby,   between
Second ami Fourth street, ono asA y
one-ba\t blocks tvom car.
FOIt SALE���SMALL HOUSE, SHEDS,
coop and chickens, Jl fuiit trees
full bearing; lot 5, 60x132 feet, garden ami vegetables; Ninth avpnue,
Burnaby, between Second and
Fourth streets. Pilce $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
FOU SALE���CHEAP FOR IMME1M
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N��� News office
FOR   SALE-
most new.
-A   HELL   PIANO.
408 Fifth street.
AL
FOR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
street, city.
BUILDEPS ATTENTION���We have a
choice build'nr! lot on Sixth avenue
taclng on two streets.oOx'H.). Fine
proposition for two bouses. Can be
bought at snaji price. Call and see
ns.
THREE LOTS ON WISE ROAD���
each 34x145 to lane; $600 cash.
Terms fot balance.   No. 41.
LARGE eight roomed cottage, completely modern, furnace, laundry,
f illy and comfortably furnished
throughout. $6500; one-third cash.
Terms 6, 12, 18 and 24 months. No.
FINE    SIXTH
119.75 for tU
6. 12 and 18
money-maker.
STREET LOT, 60X
iO; third cash; terms
months.   This   is   a
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms, $1.00 down,
$1.00 per w��ek. Canada Range Co.,
Market Snuare.
TO THOSE LOOKING KOR A NEW
location with unlimited possibilities
for prosperity���Fort Fraser, B. C.,
on the Grand Trunk Pacific, keeps
open house. Two stores, a saw mill
and other industries alrrady started. Bank, hotel, club house and
many different lines of business to
be ready in the fall. Ricli surrounding agricultural country. Whether
you are looking for an opportunity
in town or a farming location, call
or write for details nnd literature.
Fort Eraser Development Club, W.
A. Matheson, Secretary, Vancouver office, 102 Winch building.
FINE BURNABY I 0T. 50x150���Cleared, sidewalks water, light, etc.;
$750; $50 cash, balance at $10 per
month.   No. 45.
TWO fine seven roomed Houses, all
modern, splendid view; lots 33x132;
centrally located for $4000 each,
$600 cash.    Terms.    No.  54.
GOOD SIX ROOMED COTTAGE���
Handy to car; $2600. Small cash
payment, balance to arrange. No.
46.
BURNABY LOT, c'ose in, 4'x133, partly cleared.    $^00;    one-third    cash
I    balance 6, 12 and 18 months. No. 43.
1       See Us About Highland  Home.
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and Insurance.
Notary Public.
Curtis Block,  New Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
The
Royal City Window
Cleaning   Service
Windows and Floors of every description cleaned. Contracts taken
for Banks, Offices and Stores.'
Moderate charges. Prompt attention.   Estimates given.
Phone 980. 743 Front St.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY NEWS 1
T. D. COLDICUTT
Store, "4x15,  for rent.    Cood open-
iug fcr a restaurant.
1
I    New cottage  for rent;   one and a
half blocks from Sixth street car line.
Suite cf unfurnished rooms for rent.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
and Sixth Street.
COME TO THE
Kelvin Cafe
where PLACE, PLATE and
PRICE will PLEASE
WHITE LABOR ONLV.
��� OP/ir-  COOKING.
Aki.iVE  T. .1   TftAPP  �� CO.
ji.iei   Lome  and LO'.urooiu  Streets.
KAISER'S YACHT   JAMAGED.
LOST.
LOST���GOLD RING SET WITH
moon stone, on Queens park oval
Saturday afternoon. Please return
to Box 93 News office.
LOST���AT THE PICNIC ON BOWEN
Island yesterday, a lady'3 silver
watch. Finder please return to A.
Griase. care of Windsor hotel.
FOUND.
FOUND ��� BETWEEN SAPPEUTON
and Coquitlam. a white and liver
setter dog. If not claimed in seven
days and expenses paid will be sold
to defray cost. ('. O. Wheeler,, 315
Brunette street. Sapperton.
At Opening of Cowes Reoatta���Great
Society Gathering.
Cowes. Aug. 6.���King Geor?e.
Queen Marv, the Prince of Wales and
other memberB of the royal family,
the King and Queen of Spa'n and 1
great. outpouring of soe'ety, both
ashore and afloat were present at thn
onenlng of the regatta here yesterday.
The weather was stormy and consequently several of tho crick 0-af
d'd not start, notably the Whitehea-
ther in the twenty-three metre class,
in which the kaiser's Meteor was opposed by another G*"-man racor. Germania, and Sir Thomas Lipton's
Shamrock.
Both German yachts   Conceded   tn<?
F'.amrock 7 minutes 41 if>co"d' stirt.
The Meteor abandoned the race when
her naff was carried awav.   The falling block seriously injured one of the
crew.    The yacht, in tryina; to make
tiie starting   poi it.   got   into   shall"���
water at   low   t de.     The   mtlDsa'ls
fluttered in the stiff breeze and stra'n-
j nd tlie masts, b"t tiio crew promntK
j hauled    the   s.rls    down    and    soon
brought    the   Meteor    ashore.      Thf
I Shamrock  gave  up  before   the   firs'
I round    and    the   Gonnania    finished
alone.
OUR NEW BAKERY
IS PROVING A
SUCCESS
No handling our broad as it is -wrapped ln beautiful white paper as soon
as it leaves the oven. All kinds of
Cakes, Rolls and Buns. Let us send
you a sample.
THE WHITE
GROCERY STORE
CLEAN FRESH
STOCK
We aim to carry a
full line. We also
will deliver them
for you. Call in or
Telephone 1100.
C. E. HUNTER
826 Fourth St.
���
TELEPHONE 733.
EAST BURNABY
Two rcomed house on three lots 33
feet each, $1800.
Four roomed house, plastered, $1400.
Four roomed hou-e, $1700.
Five roomed house, modern, $2530.
Seven roomed house,  two lots, all
new and modern, $3750.
Terms easy.
P. BURNS & CO.
TELEPHONE L 883
WARNER, BANGS & CO.
PHONE 1024.
Coldicott Blk.   East Eurraby
^���r.^.^x;'TV
L'.��]UtBKr,.��., ,-M*_^.
STREET
DAVIS
The Man That Saves Yoii Money
BLOCK
Mr. Davis will place on sale
Today the whole of Galloway
& Lewis' bankrupt stock.
The Soft Goods will be sold
at the SIXTH STREET STORE,
comprising Carpets, Curtains,
Draperies, Blankets, Bedding,
Towels, Muslins, etc.
         a
lhe Greatest Bargains Ever
Offered in New Westminster
..-'I
arr.,ii'n-ii,c
e and See the Prices -���   ���'    ������  " "**���******>****H"I   iiHii.wi,,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THRB*
���:  " I
POLICE FUND FOR
��� BKKM'S DFFFNCE
NOTICE!
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor
has received a despatch from the Military Secretary to His Hoyal Highness
the Duke*of Connaught, Governor-
General of Canada, setting forth the
'program of the tour of His Royal
Highness tn British Columbia during
Sept&nber and October next. The
following places will be visited:
Kamloops���3 p. m. to 6:15 p. m. on
the 17th September.
���Vancouver��� 3 p.  m.  on  the  18th
September to evening of 20th.
Now Westminster���On 21st September.
Prince Rupert���11 a. m. on 23rd
September to evening of 25th (Including a possible visit to Hazelton).
Nanaimo���11 a. m. to 1 p. m., on the
27th September,
Victoria���Evening of 27th September to 3rd October. .
Vernon -Morning of 4th October to
11 a. m. on same day.
Penticton���4 p. m. on 4th October
to 5 p. in. on 6th.
Robson via Arrowhead���7 p. m. to
���9 p. m. on 6th October.
Nelson���Morning of 7th October till
-noon on same day.
Kootenay Landing���6 p. m. on 7th,
leaving early next day.
Provincial Secretary's Office, Victoria,
Sth July, 1912.
Large Crowds Assemble at   Trial   of
Lieutenant Accused of Rosenthal
Murder.
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER,
'Local Improvement Notice���Widening
of  Cemetery Street.
The Municipal Council of the Clft
���cf New Westminster, having by resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry oat the following
works, that ls to say:
To purchase certain properties in
order that Cemetery street may be
widened from Cumberland 8treet to
Alberta Streel. And that said works
'he carried oul In accordance with the
provisions of the "Local Improve
ment General Bylaw 1911"
And the City Engineer and City As-
* sessor having reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said by-law upon the said work
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be beneflted by the said
work and other particulars and the
Asaid report of the said City Engineer
���iand Citj- Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice ls hereby given that the
said report ls open fcr inspection at
the office of the City Assessor. City
Hall, Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C, and that unless a petition
against the proposed work above
mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners tf the land or real property to
���be assessed or charged in respect of
sudh works representing at least one-
ahe Council  within  flfuxm days from I4m,_�����,  tim�� ua
hc   date   of   the   flrst    publication - of | K^!I���    " "*
New York, Aug .6.���A pollce fund of
$50,000 is being raised for tbe defence of Charles Becker, the police
lieutenant, oharged with instigating
the murder of Herman Rosenthal, according to Information in the hands
of District-Attorney Whitman last,
night.
ihe money ls belug collected, It Is
said, by the so-called system, which
aside from the murder case Is to be
the subject of au Investigation by the
District-Attorney as to its corrupt alliance between the "system" aW the
gambling fraternity, founded on graft
and blackmail.
The information came to the prosecutor today in'connection with the
arraignment of Becker to arrest the
Indictment' against him. During flve
hours of legal procedure, which included the withdrawal by Becker of
his plea of "not guilty" for the purpose of Offering motions to invalidate
the indictment, the prisoner was represented by three lawyers, one of
whom led the case and mysteriously
withdrew, while the other two seem-
j ed doubtful ln their own minds when
the proceedings were over. It was
stated that the lawyers engaged by
Becker were not satisfactory to the
collectors of .the' defence fund, who,
the District-Attorney hears, have practically engaged a prominent criminal
lawyer to defend the lieutenant, superseding the prisoner's own personal
counsel.
The fact that Becker was to appear
for arraignment today attracted an
Immense crowd to the criminal court
in the hope of getting a glimpse of
the man who is the central figure of
New York's greatest police scandal.
Among thein were many gamblers and
characters of the underworld and
plain clothesmen and policemen circulated through the building and
guarded the entrance of the courtroom ready to forestall possible violence. The crowd eventually became
so dense that corridors were cleared
and only persons having business
were admitted to the court
Becker, looking somewhat pale for
his week of prison life, walked from
the Tombs across the "Bridge of
Sighs" to the court room with a firm
step and maintained a self-posses3ed
but grave demeanor during the proceedings. Although the Djstrict-At-
torney says that he has evidence in
his possession that he could use In
dressing a charge ol extortion against
the lieutenant In connection with his
'relations with gambles, the prosecu-
I tor said tonight that he proposed to
I press only  the  murder charge at the
AUSTRALIA GREETS   ; I
VANCOUVER CADETS
Sydney's   L6rd    Mayer   Receives the
Visitors���Rousing Demonstration
at Quayside.
PRY GOODS
FURNITURE
LEES LIMITED
"We Furnish Your Home Complete.-
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
Sydney, N. S. W., Aug. C���The Vancouver cadets, who are guests of this
city, today marched to the town hall,
being seen by some thousand* of spectators, and were given a cordial recepr
Lon by the Lord Mayor, Colonel Wai-:
lack, district commandant and others.
The mayor referred to his visit   to'
Canada and extended  to the   cadets
the hand of friendship   in   the   same
liberal manner he had experienced in
their country,    lt was just   possible;
he said, that   some   of tbem   mighL
make their homes in Australia.     He j
complimented them upon their dress |
and military bearing.'
Captain Davy, replying on behalf ot j
the cadets, said that although they
were Influenced in a thousand ways
by the great English-speaking nation
alongside, they were still Intensely
British. He hoped their visit would
facilitate closer trade relations for
Canada, would be pleased to hear that
they had been well received. They
had been given tlte freedom of this,
the greatest city of the empire, outside of the British Isles, and if ever
trouble, Australia could count on their
brethren across the Pacific for assistance in money, lands or their life, If
needed.
After the national anthem and
cheers for the King, the cadets were
taken on an excursion In the harbor
during the afternoon to view the fortifications.
CARPETS
AND
CRITICIZE   MERSEY   REPORT.
Germans Do Not Agree With Titanic
Wreck   Findings,
Berlin, Aug. 6.���Although much
praised throughout Great Britain, the
reports of Lord Mersey on the British
Investigation of the recent Titanic
disaster, have created great dissatisfaction in the highest shipping circles
in this city.
The recommendations of the British chairman are criticized by practically all the commanders of the German transatlantic liners, who assert
that it is absolutely unnecessary for
the liners to reduce speed in clear
weather, providing that a thorough
system of lookouts is maintained during the trips.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Local   Improvement  Notice.
The Municipal Council   of the  City
of New Westminster having by Resolution determined and tpec'tled that it
is  desirable   to  carry   out   the   follow-
Titflf In value thereof ls presented to , ���,������. ���nly
,ra--r"\rm^,t?*.J_^M^9a*7^^tlil      ���*���"    ��Stv��truot    aim    twenty    tao��
.-.       ��� ,i       ,,, ���^m ! hapten  tho trial until Wis   cvmenoe to'.     ,  _,,_��� between Mowat   street   tvaa
notion   the. Council   will   proceed J .npport u���� utter ��u ln ��h��pe. ���leel wlno DBl'"��!'"'
���
"Wtth tho proposed   lmpdovsraehte   an
: der  ni ich   term* and   conditions aa  to
���the  payment of the coat ot auch  Itn-
,-prrovoments as the Council may by by- .
law  in   that  behalf regulate and   determine and alao to make the said as I
sesstni'ut.
Dated this 23rd day of Jnly. 191?.
J, B. RUSHTON.
Acting Cltv Clerk
JDate  rf  first  publication   21th   July
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AUGUST   PURNITURE SALE
You can buy now and have them laid when you wish,
thereby taking advantage of the August Cut Prices.
All Furniture
Prices Reduced
"WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE"
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Send Us Your Telephone and Mail Orders
���
CITY     OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Local   Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Councll of the City
of Wenv "Westminster bavlng by resolution -determined and specified that It
ls de*h-a'Mle to carry out the following
wnrlce, tliat Is to say:
To trade, pave, lay cement sidewalks, -curbs, storm sewers, gutters
���drains, wn-ter mains, instal electric
lighting systems and any other work
���contingent thereto on the following
streets:
Slxtti Awnne from 4th to Ith street.
Sixth Street trom  ��th  to Sth Av&
nue.
KlftH Street from 3rd
to 6th Ave
nue.
Leopold Vlaco from Columhla
Street to Royal Avenue.
Queen** Avenue from lst to 6th
Street.
Sbth Street from Front to Colum
bta StreeL
Regina Street from 1st to 4th
Street.
Fourth Street from Columhla
Street to Royal Avenue.
McKenzie Street from Front Street
to Coluirhla Street.
And that said works he carr'ed ou*
in accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement Goneral Bylaw 1012,"
And the City Knglneer and Ctty As
���essor having reported to the Councll
ln apoordance with the provisions of
the said bylaw upon the said works
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of teal
property tn be benefited by th*�� sa'd
works mul other particulars and the
said reports of the sa'd Cltv lBiglne.er
and City Assessor bating been adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby Rivets that the said
, reports are open for Inspection at the
office of the City Assessor..City Hall
Columbia Street. New Westminster, B
C, and that unless a petition .against
the proposed works above mentioned
signed hy a majority of the owners of
the land or real property to be assessed or oharged in respect of such
MONEV   TO   DURN.
Pralrle Farmers Will Get $75 000 000
Increase cn 1912 Crop.
Ottawa, Aug. B.-^-Snch good progress is being nude with the construction work on the Grand Trunk
I'actflc thnt It la Baid thc line will be
"jmpletcd through from Winnipeg to
Prince Rupert by the end of 1914.   ���
This Is the report brought east by
Mr. W. P, Hinton, general passenger
agent cf the O. T. P., who Is on a
visit to his Ottawa home. Thero Is
at present a gap 300 miles between
���he western end of the steel in the
Vellowhead I'ass and the eastern eud
of the completed line from Prtnce Rupert On this gap no serious engineering difficulties are presented.
The O.T. P. will do Its share. In the
movement of this season's grain crop
which Mr. Hinton says will be double
that of three years ago. He estimates
that the.western farmers should.have
$75,000,000 more to spend from this
year's crop than they had from the
yield of .last year.
.The C' T. P. is not only Increasing
Its freight equipment but has added
three million bushel capacity to Its
���levator at the head of tho Great
Lake*.
RECORD   ARRIVALS.
Nine
at
In value thereof Is presented to the
Council within fifteen days (rom the
date of the flrst publication of this
notice the Council will proceed wtth
the proposed Improvement* under
such terms and conditions as to the
payment ot the cost of suoh improvements as the Council may by bylaw In
that bohnlf regulate and determine
nnd also to make tluNrald assessment.
Dnted this 23rd day of July, 1912.
J, B. RUSHTON,
-Acting Ctty Clerk.
Pate of first   publication  July  24th,
mt.
Passenger .Liners  Arrived
New York In One Dity.
New York. Aug. 6.���All record* tor
'ncomlng ooetin travel were broken
yesterday with tho arrival of the
stcamshtns St. Louis. Cal'fornla.
'leorge Washington. Russia, Lapland.'
Rotterdam and Amnrlka.
Arrivals for the day worn made up
if 1606 Ili-st-clasH, 2i4r�� second-class
and 5736 steerage, totalling 9287. or
about 500 better tnau the best previous record.
It was a neci'liiir Incident that the
establishment of the new record for
incoming ocean travel should have
been broken on the 120th anniversary
of the founding of the revenue cutter
servlcn, established bv Alexander
"smUton- f*" Aug. 5. 1702. wtth ten
boats and 120 men. Today there are
forty boats In the sorvice, and 170)
men.
y> ������ ,.ii      -
CANADIAN   REPRESENTATIVE.
I Eleventh street and between Queen's
I avenue and Third avenue, and tor thnt
purpose to purchase portions of Subdivision 3 of ljot 45. Subdivision 12 of
Lot 46. and Lot 26, all In Suburban
Block 5. City of New Westminster.
And that the said works be carried
out in accordance with tbe provisions
of the "Local Improvement General
Bylaw 1012."
And the City Engineer and City Aa
sessor having reported to the Councll
in accordance with the provisions of
the said bylaw upon the said works
giving statements showing .the
amounts estimated to be chargoable
against the various portions of reu'
property to .be benefited by the satd
works and other particulars and the
��*'d reports of the City Engineer and
Ctty Assessor having been adopted by
the Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the said
ri-i'orts are open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor. Cltv Hall
Colombia street. New Westminster.
ll. C, . and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a major'tv rr the
owners of the land or real property to
be assessed as charged .In rosDect of
such works represent1"? nt kast one
half tn value thereof Is presented to
the Council within tlfteen days ftvnn
the date of the first publication of i'ii��
notice the Council will proceed * l*h
the proposed Improvements uuuvr
such torms and conditions a3 to payment of the cost of such Imvt'uve
ments as the Council may by bwav lr
that behalf regulate and determine
and also to make the said a��c��smaeut
Dated this  ,8lxth   day   of   August,
A. D.. 1012.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City CVrH.
Date of flrst publication  August     ,
1912.
NOTtCe TO TMSt I��U��V-tC.
Mr. O. H. Uathburn ta not employed
by tbe Underwriters Dominion Match
Co., Ltd., or the Dominion Match Co..
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice of the above. ���
��� Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion   Match Co..  Ltd.
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NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.
Wanted for Prlvv Counelt���Chang* In
Constitution Necisssrv.
St John. N. B:. *n*. 6.���That then*
wo7k7 JwawvTK.i^^*^^ ran"",n l**���**"
CITY     OF    NEW    WESTMIN8Tir..
Tenders for Extending Reservoir.
The Corporation Invites tenders for
building a concrete wall around the
IIIkIi Level Reservoir, Sapperton.
Plans and Specifications and fur
ther information can be obtained front
the office ef the City Knglneer.
Tenders to he accompanied by >
check cf 5 per cent of the value of
tender.        ^*.��"' *
Tenders to be deposited with the
City Clerk hot later than 5 o'clock on
lhe 12th day of August li>l2.
r W. A,. O.UNCAN,
City'Cleft
City, roll. July 29, 1912,
Pursuant    to    the    Creditors    Trust
Oseds   Act  and   Amending   Aots.
NOTICE) is hereby given that
STARKS LIMITED, carrying on bust-
ness as Dealers in Boots. Shoes, etc.
at No. 823 Granville Street and No
156 Co&ova Street West, Vancouver.
B. C, and at No. 445 Columbia Street
New Westminster. B. C, has by deed
dated 20th July, 1912, assigned all Its
estate, real and personal credits and
(iV:cts to RALPH CLARK, of Vancouver, B. C, Salesman for the purpose
of satisfying rateably and proportionately and without preference or priority all its creditors.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that a meeting of the creditors of the
said Starks Limited will be held at
the office of Ames Holden McCready
Limited, at No. 403 Cordova Street
WeBt, Vancouver, B. C, on the 3rd
day of August, 1919,' at tbe hour of 10
o'clock In the forenon.
AND NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the said
Starks Limited are required to tor*
wanl particulars of the same duly ver-
ted by. statutory declaration to the
said Ralph Clark addressed to him at
No. 403 Cordova Street West, Vancouver. B. C, on or before the 3rd d^y of
St..,tember, 1912, and tbat all persons
ndebted to the said Starks Limited
'.ie required lo pny the amount due
by them to the said Ralph Claris
forthwith.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that after the said 3rd dav of September, 1912, tbe assignee will proceed to
distribute the assets ot the estate
among the parties entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims duly
verlfpd ot which he shall then have
received notice, and will not be responsible for the assets or any part
thereof so distributed to any parson
or persons of whole debt or claim he
shall not tl\en have received notice by
duly verified claim.
DATED thla 22nd July. 1912.
KAURIS   BULL   HANNINGTON   *
MASON.
Solictltor* for the assignee
FOR
Large Front Ron^r hi Hard-
man Block, 30 x 30 feet; is
well lighted.
Suitable for office, workroom
or living robms. Available
August lst. '
  APPLY TO -
Westminster Daily News
in ihe Privy Council Is tWb feeling In
Emrland. *��vs Mr. W. H. Truemen.
inrrister, Winnipeg, wbo arrived in
St. John yesterday after arguing a
case on the other side.
"It In niannjid," he said, "to change'1
thc constitution of the indicia! com-
���ntitee. to have a Canadian added to
Its membership and Lord Haldane is
sounding prominent Canadians to ascertain their views a* to what steps
oan he taken to make the committee
acceptable to Canadians ahd to overcome any disposition tp abolish Canadian appeais to the committee."
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, Engllsi
and Swiss .
WATCHES
All  Work  Guaranteed.
WE   HAVE
LOTS
ON
Lulu  Island
    (Rising Sun Realty Co'y
641 Profit ati-Mt.    N*"* ettjr Market. Phon* 888. Room 4 Trap? Block
SXCHftHJES
EVAPORATED
CREAM
A trial -will coavincc ithe moat critical that
St Charles Cream ia superior to aay. other brand on the market easily.
surpassing in natural cream flavor, color and richness. St. Charles Cream,
when the proper amount of pure cold water is added, makes an excellent
drink, especially enjoyed by many people wbo liK to drink milk, but
are unable to digest it in its ordinary State. St. Charles Cream never
curdles. It is always purr. It is aa good as the best for any purpose,' ���
bettei than the best for moct. Its nse is economical too. -Tbose who
use St. Charles Cream lake tto cisvuts.
Sold ky -Bit Cncctrv EtftrytttAtra *
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY. Ingeraoll, Ok
hi ji'ii it uimiLxL' 'mj jaws'
*sar
lt Pays to Advertise in the Daily News,
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1942.
NiLf n
Published every Morning except
��nnda? by Tte Natfoaal Priming and
Pubjjb^iftjj Co-, \J**\. at their office.
S3 McKenzie Street. New Westminster, B. C.
u,vRO��'ERT H. BEST, Manager.
TELEPHONES:
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By carrier $4 per jear.. fli for three
months, or 40c per Month.
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mon'h^ /.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912.
WESTMINSTER AMD DEFENCE
Ono of the moat energetic of men.
in thi- person of tlie Minister of MUltla, paid a short visit to the city yesterday, and sfhile no definite announcement gfculd be looked for with re-1
gard to llie bettcr.it.;; of local military
conditions,'ft may safely be stated
that stepa Jn this direction will ba taken'before very long.
Westminster has uken upon herself a new lease of Bfe, everywhere
there are signs of a reawaken inr; to
the kUnions future that lies in front
,Of h**ht if "her citizens do bat "work
together for the desired end, and to
���every t phase cf Hie city's life ,this
statement applies.
It 1s sincerely ta be hoped then
that Westminster may do her fair
share' towards thc establishment of
the land forces of Canada. There is
little use of any <rf her citizens bemoaning the de.fenoelessneas of Canada as a Whole upon the seas, if each
cf us does net feel himself prepared
to sacrifice something towards the
scheme cf defence by land.
Tlie   formation  or  resuscitation   of
militia corps implies not only the self
sacrifice of those who are its active
members, but it requires the sympathy and whole hearted support of tlie
people at large.   What Col. Hon. Sam
Hughes'  plan for this city  may    be
does not jvet appear, but. judging by
the interest taken in matters military
by many wbo have now served their
terms, and are under no further obligation  to serve, there can    be    no
doubt that the men, not merely    for
two extra companies, but for a whole
regiment, are here in this city. I
And "when the time comes we believe' THat Westminster will not be
fyund Jacking.
dollars are stolen from   the   British
Columbia   banks   by these poachers.
The flsh stolen are not the herring
or cod that so quickly and unlimltedly
reproduce themselves, but the hallbui
which can ouly live on the bottom,
where it la dt the right nature, and
where the water is neither too deep
nor too shallow. To other flsh the
depth of the water makes little difference except at breeding time, when
the herring must run in shore. Otherwise these flsh have the whole ocean
to feed ln.    Not so with the   halibut.
Being compelled by nature to live
on the bottom, he is confined within
a narrow range of depth. In this way
he is an easy prey to the fishermen,
who lay long rope lines from which
dangle a thousand hooks across a bed.
The halibut of the British Columbia
coast are as much a part of our
f natural resources as are our forests,
and should be conserved from depletion by illegal fishing.
The government boats on the Paciflc are Inadequate to the task of patrolling these waters. Too slow, with
too high a free board, they but scare
away the poachers to reset their lines
In another place.
This la one of the reasons why British Columbia will undoubtedly insist
on the nucleus of a Canadian navy be
ing placed ln her waters. Because
the coast Intends to be a great ship
ping centre, because ahe has the finest supply of timber, together with
coal and Iron deposits, both Vancouver and Victoria are likely to demand '
that these ships shall be built oh the
spot.
At present tliey buy their cr.astinp
steamers ln Britain. This entails a
long trip around tlie Horn under high
'psurano.!? rates and does not allow of
the piy-chasc of ships cf.under a cer-
tain tonnage. Under these circumstances they naturally strongly desire
tbe erection of a new sliipbuild'ng
plant that will stimulate and make
possible the building of commercial
ships.
Whether, even wtth this disability,
tliey will be able to produc.3 ships as
clieanly    a.?   tliey   import   tliem.   or
to add
Atlas E.Z. Seal Fruit Jars
This Jar is especially recommended  to the housewife.    It  ls an
all-glass package, absolutely sanitary.   "Seals with a touch!"
PINTS, per dozen $1.00
QUARTS, per dozen ,���     $1.25
HALF GALLONS, per dozen   $1.65
V/AIT FOR OUR PRICE ON PEACHES.    IT WILL SURPRISE YOU
CARLOAD COMING
TME PEOPLE'S GROCER   f    %
THREE  BIG   STORES:
City���605 Columbia street. Sapperton���317 Columbia etreet.
West End���Corner Twelfth street and Sixth avenue.
TIPPING IS ANCIENT.     '
In 8hak*sp*ar*'* Time It Used te B��
Called Vailsgiving.
The word tip Is of compartlvely modern .origin, as It used tu be vbIIh. a
shortened form of svolls or profits. W��
���peak now of tbe avulls ut nn entute
or of a business transaction. A hum
dred years ago tbey railed gratuities
to servants or waiters vails. Or. John-
son's dictionary, published In FTftft, defines vails ns "money given to servants
as a perquisite or preseul miner than
tn the way of wages." Denn Swift
mentions a person "whose revenues,
besides vails, amounted lo tin." Shake
upon re uses tbe word ln the snrae sense
where he makes one of the fishermen
In "Pericles" suy, "But bark you. iny
friend, 'twas we that made up ibis car
ment and tbere are certain eoruioi
ments, certnin  vails."    lle  wunted  to
FRUIT PESIS NfED
CAREFUL WATCHING
For Sale
80 Acre FARM
IN LANGLEY
Thirty acres under cultivation, fifteen acres partly   Improved,   and
the balande easily cleared.   First class soil; a fine spring creek runs
across the farm.    New flve roomed cottage, new barn    and    stable.
clofce to post office, school and church; good road3.   Price $16,000,
$5500 cash, balance to arrange. Apply to
Wm. McAdam
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
P. O. Box 874.   Phone 498. Room 1 Westminster Trust Block.
whether tliey  would  need  to add   to ,
their demand   heavy   protection   is a ! be condoled with a tip.
further   question.���Montreal   Witness.
COUTH  VANCOUVER  MOVES
FOR   HARBOR  COMMISSION
BaVTie.ll*   WORK   AMD   DYNAMITE
'    'Kvery  once ta
South Vaucuveri  Aug.   B.���-Follow
ip? in o'i a dPlefltatloo oi a  <ftb��t cot*1-
mittee from  the Burnaby.   Richmond.
Point Grey and Soutli Vaucouver municipal councils  and  boards  of trade
i��ekmg co-oreration on the   question
cf the   creation of n harbor on    tho
North  Arm  of the Kraser   river,   tlie J
municipal council at its regular meet-1
"t vesterd-iv afternoon,   oassed a  res-1
clut'on, submitted for their approval;
by tlie delegation,  to   apply  in   con- j
funnt'on with them for the passage of t
a bill by the federal government con-
stltuting a board   of  iiarbor  commis-
sioners -to have jurisdiction   over  the
whole    of the  North Arm  from    the
weatern boundary  cf   New   Westminster to the Gulf of Georgia.
And further tliat tiio   council   vote
e sum    cf $350, with    further   ad- '
������ce�� lt necesUTy, but not to exceed \
.The  prurtlce  probably  continued  to
grow nfler Shakespeare's time, for late
in   the   eighteenth   century   n   ptuinn
tbropist   uud   reformer   of   the   pertod
published   a   tnict   against   Indlst-rlin
inaie almsgiving, >md denouncing the
rails practice u.-i demoralizing bolb tfl
I hose who gave and to tlins��> wbo nc
eepted  tlie  gratuities.     Tins  early  re
former was .loons Ilanwiiy (1712-I7SQI,
who. after  writing  u  bonk ot eastern
travel,  undertook  to reform  some of
the soolai   vices ot  his day.    He de
nounced     vailsgiving    and     practiced
what be preached by refusing to pay
more than ihe stimulated prli-e for re
freshments or tor any Kind ot service
or to give gratuities to servants wbo
received wages.    Hut bis crusade died
with him, nnd vails still survive under
tbe odious name ur Ups.-iuaianapulls
News.
ANTS  HAVE FIVE NOSES.
-wtt\e  we   get a
striking example ot Out  thoroughness
with   which   tbe   British   workman���
using that term in ita widest sense���
does his work. One of the most striking ol these has Just beea given   in
the great labor involved in the breaking down of'the arch et the Sappers'
Bridge in Ottawa.   This structure was
eroded   by. Uritiidi   engineers at   the
time  tlie..Rideau Canal was dug, and
has been In steady use ever since.   It
is now being replaced in the creation
pf the nev plaza, end a day  or two
ago  it became neccsaary to remove
the ar��r>-' W
The preliminary work was completed shortly after tea o'clock at night,
but it. was after oae ia the morning
"before the crows of the arch gave
way. First dynamite was tried, two
charges' being aet off at the side
where .the arch touched the ground.
Vie -charges were fairly strong but
the bridge hardly qniierr.d. Of course,
if thc charge had been strong enough,
the arph could bare been wrecked In
this way. Itul the contractor wanted
to loosen the stonra. not merely to
wreck the arch. So he tried other
methods. A rock weighing a couple of
tone or more wav raised 50 feet in the
air and let fall on Vm arch at the
side. Die weight waa tmmiendous, but
the arch, va* only a little jarred.
Then the contractor decided on a
steady battering, and over and over
Again tlie'Same weight waa launched
agalnat the stone work of the British
engineers. For between two and three
hours this terrible bettering was kept
up before tbe arch gave way. Even
after two-thirds of thc stone was
down, the massivo crown still heid.
This ia a story that speaks vividly
of the qualities tbat bave made the
Britisli Kmpire what it la. We sometimes hear-that the British manufacturer in some line or other is out of
date. Undoubtedly tbe charge has in
some cases been tine. But the chnrgo
has never been made thnt the British
manufacturer scamped his work, lle
has been slow to change, but he has
done %tn fiofk with all his might. He
has built HveH. ia manufacture, in
trade, and in politics, and liis work
has steed- the teal of time, and all
the forces of disintegration which act
I     in  laying   Uie  request   betote   the
-ouhcU, Mr. IV G. WatKer,   Becretary
the Burnaby hoard   ot   trade, and
ot       	
spokesman for the delegation, pointed out that there were ways by which
the harbor scheme could be consummated, namely, by the interested mu
nicipalitles, by railroads or other
private enterprises, or by the harbor
commission.' The first method, the
speaker continued, would not be so efficacious as the last, and the second
would resull In infinite harm to th.'
people and much gain to the privale
company.
��SOO. to-wm.r��L3 ttie expense* otjjo^^n- \ T*�� ����n��. o�� small. }��� Vary-.important
lng such enactment. *., *-.    - \ *��� Th,���� ,��������������?*���.,I
ln their antenna*, or feelers, ants
have flve noses, ench ut wbicb bak tts
own duties to perform. M__
One nose tells the ant whether It ts
In Its own oest or tbat ot ao enemy:
soother nose discriminates between
odors of nuts ol tlie. same species, but
of different colonies; s third nasal or
gao serves the purpose or discerning
tbe scent lalci dou n by tlie ant's own
feet, so thnt It mat be able to retrace
tbe way quite easily; a fourth nose
smells the larvae and pupae, and the
flftb nose detects tbe preaence of ao
enemy.
ir an ant be deprived of a certain
nose. It wlll live peaceably���'wltb ene
inles. but If It retains tts Bftb nose It
wlll flght tbe alien to the death There
Is a difference tn the function* of nose
one snd nose rive, although tbey sp
pear to be nome what alike.
Tbis sense ol smell does. not come
till tbe nuts sre three days old. If.
therefor*, ants only twelve hours old
sre placed among othera belonging tn
different colonies, ihey will grow np
quite a mica lily nnd not understand
tbut they are s mixed lot, because
they wlll have grown up with Ideas uf
In accordance with thetr surroundings The sense of smell to them
Is un important ss tbe sense of sight
to binuau I wings.
TO HIS MASTER'8 MEMORY
English   WorUinaman   Left   ��3000   tr
Erect S*:>*m.
In these day3 of conflict of labor
and capital, a particularly strikln?
story ls tcld by A. Bruce-Joy. the
sculptor, whose colossal statue of the
late W. H. Hornby has just been unveiled at Blackburn.
Among the workmen in the Hornby
factory at Blackburn was one who became a foreman and saved from his
wages a large amount of money. This
man, John Margerlgon. and Iiib father
before him, each worked In the mill
for 50 years. H	
At his death about three years ago i went
It was found that he had left by will
more than ��30(10 for erecting a statue
in Blackburn to the memory of hl��
master and benefactor. Mr. Bruce-
Joy received the commission.
Two Ckins for New Liners.
Belfast, Aug. 6,-The White JBtat
Company has issued orders that the
steamers of the Olympic class under
construction here be provided with r
double Bkln. rising well above the wn
ter line, Tho order is the result o'
suggestions made in tlie report r"
Lord Mersey's committed on tho Ti
tanlo disaster.
Recent    Visitor   to    Upper   Country
Tells cf Conditions  Facing
Orchardlsts.
"Along with the rapid developnien*
of the fruit growing industry in Brit
;sh Columbia, the past few pears haw
icen alao a great increase in thf
damage done by insects and disease;
:o young fruits, and fruit trees."
So says Mr. Harry D. Hlpwrll, Of
Vancouver, who was in the city yes
erday after recently returning frou
i trip to the upper country.
"Two cr three years cso there wa
ittle    or no need to    fight    orchard
jests," continued Mr. HIpwell, "&:l thi
njury  caused   was  scarcely   apprecl
ible.    In the oldt r   section.-)    of   thi
-���ountry, however, at the present tinn
nsect3, fungi, and other diseases, anc
ests  are  becoming  all   too  conimci
ind from year to year t'ie fruit growe-
s  compelled   to  put   forth   concerted
efforts In order to combat t'isse   de
strover.s cf marketable crops."
"The codlin moth and the n:>plr
scab are tlie most serious cf the p.st
known in recent years," went on Mr
HIpwell, "and their increase ha3 beer
-Iue chiefly to the unfortunate idei
whloh seems to prevail ln certain lo
calities that the menace is not one tr
be very seriously considered. I:
reality the pests here are just ai ac
tive ar.d just as destructive as in frui
regions in other parts of Canadi anr
the United States, ns a comparison of
figures issued by the respective de
���artments of horticulture will shew.
"While many erchsnllstj have boe:
rather slow  to Adapt  themselves    t,
his Mndlt'on cf affair.!." declared M'
HIpwell. "1 think a number hare real
zed   the   Imminent. peril     and     the'-
^tTortri   lii   conjunc liorf   with   the   g' oc
vork done by the government ls -*-r-\*
'y responsible tor the uniform auces
vhlch  ha3  attended  thn  fru't  r-ilsln-
'"dustry in this province.    Snrv'ng ��
j ^blect lessons    the    ravages    cf    th'
| :odlin moth and llie peach tree bore
'cross  the  border should  incite    th<
Canadian   Horticulturists   to   dciba
the pests and diseases    In a rations'
and  concerted  manner,  therebv    irr
orov!ng  the situation  from  year    t
year."
Mr. HlnwelL In concluding, referred
to the efforts of the experts at the ex
perimental farms in devising remed'e
'nr existing orchard evils. Mr. W. *
Maooun. he said, of the Central e>
-lenmental farm at Ottawa, had con
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benefit.
Mr. Hipwell returned to Vancouve-
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he real estate business.
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Washington. I). I'., Aug. 6.���One
hundred blue.iacltetH and marine
frcm the United Statea gunboat Ae
napolls are now quartered <n Mans
gua. the N'carnguan c'ty. Thev were
landed at Coruito Sunday at the suggestion of the Nicaraeuan Government, which found Itself unable to
protect   the   American   railroad    and
in tinnpre ?TW�� 4s what gives the BritH gteamshln   property   between Corlnto
, ..* Lib    .....m ,:,._,  _ _ ... ..'���-.	
Placid Hindu Servants.
Hindoo servants sre the mont tm
pertur.itile people In thf world. You
may throw one di>wnntHirn or flat him
��� ui the hlli'U He Heeepts both wltb es
Belly tlie Name exprenxhin of cuiinte
iiiince Thu Indian's religion is ai tlie
bottom of nil hl�� nets, sli his reeling*
I lie eat*, sleeps, moves nnd hns blH lie
i lng nei'onliliu to religious formula, nnd
| hls doctrine of relnt-n run tlon forms UN
whole pniliimiphy of life. Tbe tact
that you are llie master now Is due to
the fuel t tin I you have been the servant
ln mime previous relncnrtiHtlun. lie
Is the Herrnni now, nnd the only ehnnce
for blm to lie reborn In the master's
position Is to learn all the leswws ul
his present Inearnatlou He taken ev
erytbing phllosnpiiiruily. It is all a
part uf the Any'a work.
Isher Jiii playing power, and it also
glvea|'hijnii*j|IS'!r*^iper*tive power; He
may iai* behind occasionally, but he
has the habit of going to the roots of
a subject; -and he carat find out where
he erred and sees to it that he removes the "��vll. The old Sappers'
Bridge at ue'capital is one of the historic bridges of CtoaAa. But it fs not
Only hlstorll. tf is sv-nboll.? of t-ir.
genius of tlje nation, whose ?cns set
Its keystonefr-lfeetreal ->i-
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boat "Thelma**wMI* poaching In Hritish Columbia waters.   It is not a week
and Granada from possible attack
revolutionists.
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nealnst making  thc   use   of   search  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lights   compulsory   aboard    merchant   qf deficient beat quit* unnecessary."-
8sconding th* Motion.
"Uld you tell the Janitor we'd move
lf bs didn't send np more heat r asked
Mr. Meekton's wife.
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Tvphoid  Bad  in Calgary.
Calgary, Alta., Aug. 6.���One hundred cases of typhoid fever have been
reported at the two local hospitals
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since a*Blm1lar deMpateh told of an- ntpitisl a;it��mr'ties. Vaccination of the
other caoture. Kv��y year flsh to the Canadian Pacific employees has prov-
vatu�� -��f- ktmSttttt*   el thousands   ef od very effective as a preventative.
An Unr.allr.d Idyl sf th* King,
King Artbar hnd Jost inverted tb*
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
NATIONAL LACROSSE
,   COMMISSION COMING
ing to Manager George Leaf, the present "mayor" of this rising burg, the
grounds of the South Vancouver outfit resemble an Australian rabbit warren, and he is confident of his aggregation winning the rubber when next
they come together.
-Jimmy Murphy Takes Over Managership of Professional Team at
Victoria.
Teronto, Aug. 6.���In accordance
with the plana agreed upon by Con
'Jteftes. representing the British Col-
umb.a Lacrosse Association and the
big Four .executive at a meeting held
ye��ieiday arternoon, after the match
at i>jarboro Beach, the nationalization
cf lacrosse will become a reality ere
the snow files. The co-operation of
the two big leagues In the matter
means that the commission will be invested ^rlth powers that will save the
game. The .Settleccit f th. v-ut,'
trouble helped matters nlong, anil la-
stead of taking av.iv another latch
of eastern players. iL-. Jj-jes Is (juite
willing to recipri-at.�� on iinvoiKg
that will tend to help iho Ulg Four.
While the details of llie omuls-
slon's powers are not y. t 11 be <vohk-
ed out, it ts understool that :he chief
items which will occupy the a.tention
of tbe lacrosse moguls nt Winnipeg
next month are as toli'tw-i-
Salary limit for ah c ubs.
Sale and purchase of players.
Classification of leagutb.
Settlement of  disputes.
Perhaps the most important classification of all ls that which wlll
change the prosent status of the
leagues. From one on the inside it is
learned that the Big Four balked at I
the classification of the N. L. U. as a !
class league and it is proposed to
drop the Lally organization a notch,
cr place them in Class B. In Class C
several of the so-called amateur
leagues, which are really professional,
will be asked to come out openly for
the good of the game and declare
themselves. The latter will be fully
protected by the National Lacrosse
commission in all dealings with the
larger clubs.
Percy Quinn, president of the D. [���.
A., cccupied the chair, the delegates
includ.ng R. J. Fleming, C. Querrie, F.
Hambly, F. Hxibbard. George Kennedy, L. Mayrand, the latter two of
Montreal, alao Con Jones, of Vancouver.
Victoria  Will  Have  T*am.
Arrangements were completed yesterday to have Mr. James A. Murphy,
president of the National Lacrosse
Union, to accept the managership of
the Victoria Lacrosse club of Victoria.
R.C,     Mr.    Murphy   will   go   west   in
BASEBALL.
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Maple Leafs Meet.
The Maple Leaf baseball team will
hold a meeting on Thursday evening
at 210 Dominion Trust block to settle
matters pertaining to the team following the ending of the city league.
Manager Chockley desires a full at-
teudance.
Northwestern League.
Vancouver, Aug. 6.���It took eleven
innings  for Vancouver  to  beat  Victoria today, Frisk's home run in the
eleveath doing the trick.   Score;
R. H. E.
V ancouver 2   6   0
Victoria  1   5   1
Batteries: Willis and Sepulveda;
Smith and Meek.
At Seattle��� RHE
Seattle 4 jq   4
Spokane   '7   g   0
Batteries; Fullerton, Schneider and
Whaling; Strand and Ostdlck.
At Portland��� R. h. E.
Tacoma   3 11   2
Portland '.'.'.'. i 15   1
Batteries: Crittendon, Hall and
Lalonge; Stelger and Burch.
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St.  Louis, Aug. 6.���Frank Laporte,
second baseman    for    the    St. Louis
Americans,   was   released   today   to
Washington.
PACIFIC COAST SOCCER
Con-
Westminster Men   Will Attend
vention at Victoria.
An invitation from the secretary of
the Victoria Soccer Football club lias
reached the Hovers outfit, asking thein
to attend a meeting to be held in Victoria on Saturday, August 17. for the
purpose cf organizing a Pacific Coas
���Football   league.    It- Is   proposed   t.:
I include     Victoria.    Vancouver.    New
j Westminster, Seattle, Ladysmith   and
I Nanaimo   in    the   league.      Manager
i Grant and Mr. P. Samphor are plan
ning to attend the gathering.
THE   ATHLETES. OF   CANADA.
The closing cf thc Olympic game:-:
of 1912 finds Canada with no- cause
for other than pride in the results of
the quadrennial gathering of the ath-
letic pride cf the nations of the world.
As the youngest member of the inter-
naticnal Olympic organization, we
may have been considered presumptuous in aspiring to greater honors
than our elders, but the games are a
congress of achievement, and we were
the fall, taking with him whatever able to earn the laurel wreath,
players he secures under tho rulings j with the best walker and the finest
of the commission. Mr. Murphy is to swimmer the world could produce,
have complete control at Victoria and Canada has been represented also
will probably enter the sporting goods by a small but glorious band,
business ln that city. i whose    accomplishments   wfere   mtl*.
Unless the leagues agree to accept abort of victory In other competitions
a national lacrosse commission, Con both on land and waier. The all-
.i^ibs the Vancouver mogul. Is round showing of the Canadian team
through with lacrosse. Last night be-, ,��� particularly gratifying, and tbe fact
fore departing for the coast, Mr. tj,at we have not developed the Am-
Jones made the emphatic statement erican policy of spec'allzation for the
that his connection with the game pnrnnse of assuring victory in a limit
would cease unless an agreement be-  ed field ls greatly to our credit.
The attitude towards sport that we
hope to see maintained Is the exaltation of the amateur principle, and the
game for Its own sake:
"The sea  kings   loved  not   boasting.
they   cursed   not     him     that
cursed,
They honored all men duly, and him
nates comprising the   Big   Four   ta | that faced themJlrst.
Toronto on Monday afternoon and had  They strove   and   knew h��ft   hatred
assented to a commission being form-1 they smote and toiled to save,
ed which  would cover the whole of |xhey tended whom they janqulsbM
the Dominion in the   lacrosse   game,
r*n*.**t somewhat as a surprise to the
Westminster executive and fans,
THE SOFT ANSWER.      \
Qeneral Scott's Retort to His Whist
Partner's Apology.
After his retirement General Scott
passed the summer of 18(12 at Couch's
hotel. West Point where every evening a party of gentlemen adjourned to
the general's sitting room for their
game. Being a good player, tbe bost
was usually victorious, but U he and
hls partner were ever beaten Scott's
Ire was made manifest
One nlgbt tt happened tbat tbe usual
party was missing. What was to be
done? The general must have his
whist. Tbere happened to be staying
at tbe hotel a Judge, wbo was asked to
do the favor of taking tbe fourth hand.
With some protest on bis part be
agreed to do it By cutting for partners tbe general aud tbe Judge played
together and were beaten���horribly
beaten.
Knowing how It Irritated the general to lose tbe game, tbe Judge as be
rose from the table said lu bis most
dignified and courtly way: "1 formerly
played a fairly good game of wliist,
but bave been out of practice so long
thst 1 sm somewhat rusty. 1 hope
that fact may be taken as an excuse
for my mistakes."
Whereupon tbe general arose with
equal dignity aud retorted. "I am glad
to learn tbat I bare been playing with
latent talent and out witn ��� natural
born fooli"
MISSED   THE  MARK.
A Curloue Will.
By the terms of tbe will of one Dr.
Wilde of St Ives parish, Huntingdon
-hire. F.ngland, his trustees were dl
rei-ted to spend ��50 In tbe purchase ot
1 piece of land in St Ives, tbe annum
rent of which was to be set aside for
the purchase of six Bibles st s cost ot
7 shillings each. To decide wbo shall
bare them he requested his trustees to
���prepare a saucer with three dlse upon
Hie nltar table of the parish cburcb and
>et tbe Bibles be rattled tor."
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Mrs. Crawfonl-Now that the Doney-
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his kisses? Mra. Crabshaw���He has
rem-hed a worse stage tban thHt my
>lenr. He has grown economical wltn
tils money.���Illustrated Bits.
Solitude and th* Crowd.
It Is easy In tlie world to live sfter
tbe world's opinion. It Is easy In solitude to live after onr own, but tbe
great man Is be who In the midst of
the crowd keeps wltb perfect sweetness tbe Independent* .of solitude.���
italpb Waldo Emerson.
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The shortest life Is long enough If It
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WESTMINSTER OPINION
Toronto Announcement Is Surprise to
Salmon Belly Management
The .announcement that Con Jones
had attended a meeting of the mag-
A   SPORTING   MINISTER
they praised the fallen brave.
           The conservation Of the right spirit
According- to many this move made ot gport Isi of such- Incalculable  and
by   the   manager  of  the Vancouver I (ar-reachluB Importance t". the whole
team la to cover up his" movements, 'community that we   should omit   no
which following the successful ending opportunity to bring It before the pub-
erf tbe dispute, between the two clubs. llc mind.���Toronto Globe,
left him without a straw to hang to,
and there was nothing to It but for
Con to keep the wires busy regarding
his doings tn the East.
If the Toronto dispatch Is to be re- Col. Hon. Sim Hughes One* Wielded
lied on, lt will mean that a commis-1 the Net In Toronto,
sion similar In its working to that of [ Perhaps few people In the West are
the b��seball commission wlll be In aonualnted with the fact that Colonel
operation before another season Hon. Sam Hughes, who visited the
comes along. | Royal City yesterday,  was    at    one
Arrangemunts are also said to have time a member of the Toronto
been made by Jones to have Presl-. lacrosse team, as was also his brother,
dent James Murphy, of the N. Ii, U., | Mr, .lames I*. Hughes, now inspectbr
take charge of a team In Victoria next  of schools ln the Queen City.
season.
%i���   ���-,.,,  i���^t  evening Manager
Cray said the move was entirely new
*,a i it ii gave any semblance
r��  in- covin"  conditions  In  lacrosse
throughout the country, he would be
in t-nor of it.
While receiving his military training at Kingston military academy,
Colonel Hughes mixed In all kinds of
snorts, and for a time held the mlle
championship of America.
Since being appointed bead of the
I military forces of the Pomlnlon, he
However," continued the manager,  has not lost track of athletics, and lt
"nothing will be done on the part of  la to be regretted ^that^hfs visit dM
the Westminster executive untll   ""  "       ' '"" ' "''''
Minto cup games are decided this
fall. Then we can talk business. As
for Jimmy Murphy, he is a good sport,
and given a free hand In Victoria, I
'��el turn that thn Capital City would
boast of one of the best teams In the
B. C. league.
""This matter will probably be Uken
up by the B. C L. A; ln the near future, and Jones has no authority fronr
me whatever to agree to changes ln
t��i,. constitution of the B. C. L. A. It
requires a. two-thirds majority to
chan��"> this, apd though we don't
come from Missouri, we shall have to
he stiowh."      "" J	
���
the not fall on a Saturday when he could
have seen the Salmon Bellies in action
MOOSE V3. ALL-STARS
TOMORROWS LACROSSE
Coquitlam    and    East    Burnaby
Queens Park.
Ei��t B"rnabt will tackle the Coqu't-
liin tVclve on the Queens park oval i
rm T1i"r*d<ty evenlne.    Th** Is a re-1
turn game, the ranchers having defeated the suburbanites when playlna
on their own grounds.
E->*t Burnabv will bo In fine slw>
for the game, having played at Ool-
1'ngwood on Monday evening, losing
hy a small margin.   However, accord-
Baseball Teams do Bsttle This Evening���Early Start.
The rocond game between the
Moose, obim'plons of the city league,
and an all-star aggregation chosen
from thn other two teams will he
pulled off this evening at the local
ball yard..
V��rii;pr CmMm w'll hsve Horn
and Dwyer as the battery while the
head office's of the ormosUtpn v***
turn out O'Connell, said to*** Itn��w
(lt>d .'n.Iecsl hmeball *r<irters.
Birth teams ifav* agreed to start the
s-ime a* *l:R0 o'clock sharp so that,
st there will be no likelihood of any twilight exhibition.
It Wn No* th* Minister** Fault That
Hi* Shaft* Want A*tr*y.
Mr. McDoncnll was a Scotsman, and
ot blm a izvoA atory la told. He was a
large. poni|wju�� man. Intolerably self
conceited and arrogant���In fart, his
conduct toward his neighbors was ao
offensive tbat tbe noint iwopie aiK*cena-
fully requeued tbeir mlnlHter to preach
a aermon directed at tbeir valo ueigb
bor.
Tbe day en ma Tbe little kirk waa
parked, (bongo a few tender hearted
ones stayed at home, not wishing to
wltnem* iheir nelglilior's hiunlllatlon.      J
Tbe sermon imam, and Mr. M<l>ou
gall disponed himself to listen, l'he
man'a Infirmity waa sketched wltb
bold, severe strokes. Be smiled wltb
lofty superiority Aa tbe denunciation
grew mora sraiblna bis smile deepened
wltb s touch of cuiupisr-eut pity. At
tbe conclusion of tbe service be swag;
gered down the slsks. On* of tbe elders Joined blm.
"Weel. whst did ye think of the sermon 7" the latter ventured to ask. 'r
"A great effort sir," waa tbe answer,
"but personal. Tbe meenlster aimed
bia shots too directly. Poor MocTnv-
bib I V felt sorry for blm, but tbe man's
conceit U enormous, alrl"
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Senior Amateur Gama.
The Renter A*"��taur lacrosse tenn
will meet the Fa.rrlewa on the park
oval on Fridav evening in a league
fj��iD, The xlaltora, Mthnnsih In the
orUAt posltioi. ar�� pls-'nit p. <jood
-t-'o KTirt ��>f"'M a-lte the Westminster hoys a (tnod run. The line-up will
be selected today.
EPISO N,..TH t AT R E
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BIOQRAPH FEATURE
"A TEMPORARY TRUCE"
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A 8TORY OP THi gARLY WEST
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An exceedingly human heart Interest atory of modern
olty   life.
VITAGRAPH
"CURE FOR POKERJT1S"
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a keen edge ou your appetite for the big fill of laughs It stives you.
Featuring our John Bunny.   Come early and have a good laugh.
Brunette Saw Mills Companj, Ltd.
New Westminster, 0;C;
Are well stocked up with all kindSiiitf prides of
LUMf ER POR  HOUSE BUILDING
A spi dally large stock of Laths, S.b$��Jes and
N j. 2 Con-or Boards and Dimension.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1312.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Anlvnl: CloBlng
10:60���Vnncouver vii�� Q.  N. R.
    .23:00
11:45���Burnaby Like  and  Vancouver via B. C. E. R... 7:4o
1:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally excopt Sunday).U:H
11:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).2u:3C
10:3'j���uaroston lalanda arrlvea
Tueaday, Thuraday and
Saturday, and leaves
Mondav, Wednesday
ud  Friday    l*-00
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).11.15
10:60���Victoria via Q. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:If
11:20���Tynehead  (Tueaday   and
Friday)       } 14-00
18:00���Edmonds    (dally   except
Sunday)  16:00
16:16���Crescent, Whltt Ro<* and
Blaine < daily except
Sunday) ��� ���<'
18:10���Abbotsford. Upper 8umas.
Mateiitil. Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday) 23:0.
16:16��� Hall's Pralrle, "era Kldge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   ,;*1
16:16���United States via G N. R.
idaily excem  Sunday)..lfl:0'
��:26���All points east and Europe   (dally)       <:4-'
22.10���All points east and Europe (dally)   %*'*-**
9:26���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills dally except
Sunday)      7:4.r
19:30���Sapperton nnd Fraser
Mills idaily except
Sunday)    U'.lt
9!26��� Coqiiitlara   (daily    except
Sunday)   "���'���'���'
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds  tdally except
t*�� Sunday)       UK
10:00���Ladner. Porl Gulchon,
Westham Island. Bun
Villa   ��:3>
1,1 00���East Burnaby (daily except Sunday)   13:0(
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:3(
10:00���Annieville   aud   Sunbury
(daily except Sunday) .14:3f
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thtirsdav and Saturday)    .14:30
16:46���Vancouver, Piper's Sid-
inn via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:21
11.20���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G. N. R. idaily except   Sunday) 14:01
. 1-.au VJi>\*.����\ t.v >,����,�� v\�� q. h. u.
<lnv.     VilA&y      &nd     Hal.-
Hm.y  YV.Oi
V�� :1&���C\j\Ulwa.cV., MlV.wr, Mt.
l.eiimu, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale, Langley Pralrle, Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Glover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis. Sperling Station,
Dennison Station. Brad-
net', Bellerose, via B.
C. E. R. (daily except
Sunday)    !):0(
U^a-^-Abbotsford. Huntingdon,
via B, C. E. R. (daily
except Sunday) .17:3'
20:40���Cloverdale    via    B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:31
2:00���Fraser   Arm     and     Alta
Vista    23:00-
11:20���Rand, Majiiha Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday       ...9-.00
23:40- -Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
tdaP.y excepl Sunday) .17:30
MABEL'S GHITGHAT
The Guest Who Is Treated Like
One ot the Family.
GIFTS FOR GIRL GRADUATES.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer for
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 and 90,   Lot
3, Suburban Block 14.
Act Quickly.   Address:
BOX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
Sole asrent for
Hire's Root  Beer
Mineral Waters,    Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER,  B. C.
Telephone R  113   Office:   Princes* ��>
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
LigJil and Heavy Hauling
oBwtfts���r-*s*m depot.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
One of the New Dome Shaped Sunshades Would Be a Charming Present or Buckles For Her Dainty Little
Pumpi Any Girl Would Love to Have.
Dear Elsa-I have Just come from a
week end spent with some friends ot
mine who "treat ttie as one of Uie
family." I know It Is considered quite
u compliment to be so treated, bat per
somi liy I bare a sneaking Idea tbat
there are a mini her of hostesses: who
assume tbls attitude inward 'their
guests purely trom a lazyv motive.
Whatever the altitude. I know tbat
my spirit always tails when I am as.
sured by ifiy n'wjtexs that "we nre nol
going to mnke nny fuss over you; we
helieve lu treating company exactly
like bome folks." i'lieu l know Just,
wnat to expect.
Now, you know. dear, thnt most of
my life is spent among my own people,
where I am i rented as "one of the family" because I am oue.   So wben I do
go on n  visit  I  like to have a  fuss
made over me.   I love to have my preferences   defert-pd   to   by   my   hostess
when   she   plans,   for   instance,   the
menu.    I  actually purred all over recently wbeu an old classmate of mine
remembered   wben   planning a   lulled
eon for me that I adored strawberry
shortcake.   Indeed. I  like lo hnve my
arrival looked forward to as a gain oc
cnslon-lli.it Hie guest room has been
cleaned and swept In my honor and a
fresli bunch of flowers ls ornamenting
the writing desk.   I kuow if Is a iron
nie fnr my Hostess to take tier pretty
purty  dresses  out ot the guest   rooru
closet,   bin   il   Halters   me   Immensely
lo feel ibat Ihe pleasure ot my society
is considered Worth the Inconvenience
of nn eslrn thought
Nice to Have Attention.
If the Children are arrayed in clean
dresses ns the hour of tny approach
comes nlgh I am doubly pleased It Is
also nice- to know that my hostess mis
planned tor my pleasure and has per
haps invited tt few choice spirits to
meet me during mv stay, ns if I were
iu truth ii veritable personage Distend
nl merely nu old school IrienU. toi
whom one doesn't have lo bot in i.
Snw, when I am iu my own home I
dUtl'l   expert  people  to  be  looking   oip
foi me.   On my own ground 1 can look
lilt   tor myself.     It the food on Ihe III
hie doesn t suit  me I can unlet  some
.-.-����� .vl.vimM.u   *��*-.-*,��������   lo   ��.\.��..\*\    l\��%-   nil
r,nhin   iituoovvt   v   nm   ut   nt.%M\y   to   in
(\W\te* lU* *\aLmak_*t**a     Unl  vMit>i\ uiwln   nn
*wv Vmm- urn?  i-l**.'* rool. i-ven   itiotttiU
mul  some on*? e\*��e Ih? hu n\rt unit  mu
mate tneno. one must silently Wnw one *
aim io that ot  Hie hostess uud  lotion
her  lend      lu  C'OhseqUeUce the  hostess
wln'i "treats  her j;uest  as one ot  Ihe
tamlly." mei.nwtiiie pursuing the even
tenor of  tier   way  amid  housekeeping,
inaiketing. supervising the dressuiaket
and attending to tier own engagements,
is not to my liking.    Wbeu treated in
tnis fashion  one feels tike a  mere su
periiuiiierary  who might as well have
stayed at home.    If you are bored al
times you are not nt liberty to ask the
i li.iiifTeiir to take you for a drive, al
i hough you huve been assured I luu the
place Is l.ilierty Hall and you are free
to   do   hs   you   pleas*-.      You're   not.
ijloligb, mid you are obliged  to  walk
highly gingerly lest you interfere with
������Hue cherished tradition of tbe house
As a matter of fact wben a hostess
s eomptai-ently flattering herself that
.he routers an honor by .treating her
.���nest as --one of the family," I am
etnpled to ask If she Is not In efleel
Teeing herself from the burden nt
'iiispltullty, meanwhile leaving tlte
lelpiess visitor enthralled In the ret
ters of her guesthood, altlioimh de
pnved ot Its delightful compecisaMows
When She Graduates.
Now you want me to suggest gmdit
���iUnu gifts for a few of your sweel
Bin liiends who are to receive then
MieepsKlus this .liineV Well, here s h
1st   thin   will   read  like a  department
-���111 'J I   L'ift    book
V\ ,ty not present one of them wuu h
iiurasoi in one of the new I'teiieh
bum* shapes or the new flat durbar
-IvItfV Tlie sunshades are not ex|n-n
-ive Hnd are very much lu vogue tills
���niumier.
Since slippers are so Important these
lays and each pair needs Its buckle or
'���riiHineut ynu might select a pair ot
tiie colonial ones that are the fashion
now .ot Utile rhinestuiie ornaments fot
hei evening pumps.
An overnight bag wlll he )ust the
-hum for the girl who goes nltout
-ullc(l. This bag Is (list lnrge enough
tn hold her brushes, a blouse, a
'tllithfy' unit h few other heedful*
! hev eome in hlack walrus, seal and
'Mil i-nwlude.
tine of the new deep bucked Ince
.-Mlnifs -|ireleralily or Irish lace- would
lie useful for a sweet girl graduate's
-uuiiiier towns or her cloth suit The
hiv is very durable ���nd Is therefore
e mosi practical girt
Now unit eiiriibgs are so iiuich worn.
Hieti uy young girls, a pull, not too
-inlHirate. of course. In her favorite
���"���tie dt color wouid be a very accept
��� ble presetit. *
And in addition to these there are
leaps of other things to give-flowers.
it course: tiooks ot tunny kinds, Peau
It'll handkerchiefs, bracelets, brooches
��� uu collar pins. tuns, wntches and
.-'������< es Aiwnya devotedly yours.
.\����  Vjrk. MAHKL.
CHILDREN'S   HATS.
TESTED  HER TEMPER.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Lingerie  Models   That  Are  Dainty  For    And   She   Took.   Her    Madione ' Witk
the Small G<rl. ��� Thanks and ��� Laugn.
���Now is the tune lo..tn,-iiion dainty nn j    "What was the coolest act ot sell nil* |    Specifications,  agreements  of  sale,
gene   tuns   tor   the   small   daughter j session you ever witnessed>" a friend   deeds,   business  letters,  etc;   circular
I'her^   are    mini)    attractive   model*   asked of a noted animal trainer. i work specialist.   All work strictly con-
newiy hifrlved from I'aris wliti-n may ]    "Well.   I   guess  you're   looking   for. fidentlal.      M.  Broten,  Room  ti, Mer-
he duplicated liy any one who can sew. j yams about lions nud tigers," refilled   chant BanK Bldg. ' Phone 715.
These smart summery articles or heait j he.   "I've seen all tlle best tricks and
gear may Ue fashioned ol batiste, luce, , some Ullghl.v i|Ul<-k slums that weleu t
net. tinest linen or chilt'on.    Kibbon la   in   the   regular   program,   but   I   saw
dainty  shades ut (lowers adorn  these    something Ihai hit me hardet Utah any
fascinating bits ot millinery. j of these.   It  was at dinner at a pais
Purchase a  wire frame the desired    tial hotel In 1'iiim Hench   Opposite ms
sin: pe and cover witb a plain lining or! sat- a young  wily  with  tier dowagei
lawn.   Over this place a covering of    mamma und s swell that I took to tie
dotted batiste or eyelet embroidery.      ! the   fiance.    The   girl   wns   beautiful.
(lather tbe batiste about Ihe extreme   dressed like a prim-ess sud a*lot more
edge of the hat brim, allowing a halt, human looking mini her two ';<""pa*
Inch heading, which forms a frill. j ions.    Hy  some  blunder a   ver>   awk
Shirr tbls close at the base ot the 1 ward wal'er served her. and In one of
crown and draw together at the top    his nourishes he managed to imtu the
contents of m full linger bowl squarely
on ibe girl's henil Th��* water trickled
over the ehibornie colli lire, reached
her face and d-ippeii on her bare arms
and neck. Mamma positively snarled;
my lord flance hemm to bluster, but
that thoroughbred American beauty
glanced st lhe waiter's crlmsou flier
mid gave n clear, sweet laugh
- Tm sti thankful it wasn't cuffee or
soup.' she suid. aud not another word
"That was the coolest act of self p��i��;
sessloD I ever saw."���New York Press
THE ELEPHANTS TRUNK.
It  May Justly   Be Called Of a  of the
Miracles of Nature.
The trunk ot Vie elephant may Justly
be considered as one of the miracles ot
nature, being at once the organ or res
plrution. us well us the Instrument by
which the animal supplies u.-eif with
fond.   .Nearly elghl fpet In length, eii
dowed  wilh exquisite sensibility  and
! stout In proportion to the massive slse
of the animal, tins organ  will uproot
' trees ot gattipr grass���raise a piece ol
i artillery ot tnke up a nut, kill a man
I or bnlstl nd n fly
|t cou'-rys the fo'>d lo the mouth and
pumps lip ihor;:.. i.s draughts of wafer,
which, by Its recurvaiiire. are turned
Into and driven down tlie CHpucloils
thront oi powered ovet the hody. Its
length supplies the place ot a long
neck, which wouid hnve been Ini-om
putihle with the -upport ot tbe large
head timi weight) tusks A glance at
ihe head nf an elephant will ��how the
thickness nud ��tn xgth of v trunk nt
Its insertion; H Hll the massy an'hed
hones of the face -ind thick, muscular
neck are ndmirub v adapted for sup
porting and working this powerful and
wonderful iii-iiin cut
FRATERNAL.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, NO
854���Meets in K. of P. Hall, Eighth
and Agnes streets, ��� second and
fourth Wednesdays, at 8 o'clock.
Cluh rooms over Sinclair's Shoe
Store, Columbia stieet. Visiting P.
A. P.'b welcome. P. C. Cook, Dictator; J. J. Randolph, Vice-Dictator;  H. L. Christie, Secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE3 NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., ls held every Mou
day night at 8 o'ciock in Odd Fel
Iowa hall, - corner Carnarvon anc
Eighth' atreet. Visiting brether"
cordially Invited. C. B. Bryson; N.
Q.; R. A. Merrlthew, V. O.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording aecretary;
H. W. Sangster, financial aecretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, Barrlster-
at-Law, Solicitor, Etc. 552 Columbia
street, New Westminster, 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 Columbia
and McKenzie street*. New West
minster, B. C. P. 0. Box 112. Tele
pbone 710.
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHRISTER
solicitor and notary. 61 'i Columbia
atreet.   Over C. P. K. T^legTaph.
McQUARRlE. MARTIX & CAS3ADY,
Barristers and Solicitors. Roomrf 7
and 8, Guichon block, New Westminster. George E. Martin, W. G.
McQuarrie and George L. Cassady.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid  up.
Reserve  ......   .
...$6,200,000
,...7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pscluc,
In Cuba throughout the ialand;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities In the world. These ez-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Paid-Up)   ...$16,413,000.00
RESERVE    $15,000,000.00
Branches througtiout Canad* ' Md
Newfoundland, anc ln London, Eng-
���aat. New York, Ch'tago and Spokane,
U.S.A.. and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit lifted, available with
lorrespondents in all parte of the
���orld.
Savings Bank Dipsrtmeat��� Deposit*
ec��lved In sums of 11 and upward,
\bd Interest allows 1 at > per cent, per
tnnum  ipreseit r��tt).
Total   Assets over 1186.000,000.00
NEW   WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager
To make a neater finish sew n medal i
lion over tbe top of tbe crown.
A .vnttl Hiid a halt of batiste nr eye j
let embroidery Is required to make a !
medium sized hat.
Trim the hat witb light blue or pink
eUAxm.     tultltiiK     U     wtttl?     ulimn     tn��-
ctuwft      Arrnww   H   vtuSl  ol   i��w   vtl��t*��i�� X
Uk nrtoni ll.,- u-ll *\.l ...
���1 \\** nuiiliu mil* ��� Mretot> tint,, nrp. ��
n rults, iK-cimiliiu m\*o are not <Utttc\m
lo iiuihe. 'the putted crown \*a tumlw ol
a circular piece of all over emhroiden
oi lace This should be slightly u\er a
halt yard in diameter,
timber and sew this to h straight
baud which tits the head A plaited
trili ut the lace or embroidery trauies
Ule fine ,
Thus- niiarters of n ynrd of ptatttra
s siitllcieiit. If desired tbe frill may t>.
of embroiilerv edglUlt A wreath ol
iltn  flowers adorns the mind.
Another dauit,\ creation is to tie seen
��� it ihe Illustration ot shirred lace mai
is \er> easy lo make. The Willi ts eov
ered ou lop wlib tiny trills of lae��-
-eweil uvei wfute net, and under flu
ml ill is a sMrritu; of all ovet line. I h��
small lace mils cover lhe crrtwn. mm
���rnwti und brun are Jollied undei >���
tr feu III oi hue pink rosebuds.
An Un-uffl'l States'"*".
In   tlle  e.irn   'las.   When   lbe   people
sent ih-if wt-i-si u en in make the pub
Ut- laws.  I,  n.ui if!  pvctllbtl  traits, nm
it  stel'lll'u   w,l||l).   wss ����-IU   Iii  Hi*.   Mil-
'Uclm-.-ll^ inii'.imirv tr,��,i, ill*- inwiinl
pnnulu.
%\*      a....,**.
*****    tn^lo,,,,.���.,
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barris
ters and Solicitors, Westmlnstei
Trust block, Columbia street, Nen
Westminster. B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside,'' Western Union. P.O,
Drawer 200. Telephone fiO. W. J.
Whiteside. II. L. Edmonds.
AUDITOR ANO Awv-OUNTANT.
JOHN GRAHAM, AUDITOR A.ND Accountant. P. O. Box 7SI. Phone 1066.
I J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. K 128. Room
Trapp block.
House.'old Hints.
Sweel potatoes cull lie dried Site,
tliiu anil put on.u.jKiurd lu tbe sun i.
dn. When dry. put away, tt n*i,'
wanted fol use soak them a few hour*
n conl water When taken oul ol ustei
tn in lard and butter until soli ntin
nrown      These are fine.
II rompers ami dresses fnr llie liftu
Hies are mnde ol seersucker ciiichnu
von win rind the labor of keepuit
tbem fresh and clean through the simi
��� net davs has been trrentlv reduceil .*
Inle dress can lie washed oul tu tin-
nowi In lhe bathroom. Illlllll up c��re
'nth to dry. and u will soon lie rendi
in wear.
I'lirchase the raw nut rathei than tn,
desleented cocoillilll. It Is easll.t pill
through -jtW tood* cutter. Mini II Illf
lilies! knife Is usiil It fives a more
i-nsllv dleesieil article for cukes m
aiulles than the dried product it
mure Is uriiuud t llu tl can be used mix i
sugar wtth it and dry it    It will keep
���tldehllllely
ft any nf yuur irrnss russ thnt vou
are L-eltim; mil for sum mer if��e have
holes Iii them try iliiruuu. tliem with
tlims the color ot the rtlu Take quite
h Inm.- thread and a lleeille wilh -i lour
eye, tie tile tlrst stitch, then puss tnei
one bunch of jrniss ���n(| ������der nlt, ,���.ri
lust us If you were diirnliu:. mid Hi a
short time the tiiks will lie as good
as uew.
tiiruier'w   lr*t*-U.    wllh'liwiiii   Mitil.v    out \
ot   \ilu.-e   tn   *\*m   H��|ttM!tttfcv1f   null,   wti.-r*. I
Millie  of   the   f uMtltiilllH  nlute-m^l,   tl-oiu
ItiiMot    llllll  ollo-i   clIH-s   v\,*\l   Willi  eacli
uhet in the correctness ot then a\llre
Sotih attd lhe arrival of the Hollirlns
UUIII one ot the HllSIOII leple-.,-lital|l hs
-eekinu mi opporlunity lo hate tun at
Hls expense, called out lo llllll. "Hnve
ihey tin smarter men lhan you to send
tu Ihe leirisiatiite trom youi district '!'
Tbe man from Donnas smiled In
UOcehtly as he roplieth "'I here s �� heap
or suiarter men up my way. but th.-
thlschler of It ls tliey tiain t tmt no
clothes rood enough to wear Oowi.
here,'"- Hosiou ll.-raid
Oaomstry,
tlPOtnelrv. so caned from Its irlrtnai
a|illcarinit to uiea>urlnr lhe earth \f
^euerallt belieteil to hare had Its on
fin anion!! the Kr.tptinns It prop
nbly   sprain;   frwtn   the surveyors  an
l'he annual Inundation ot the Nile car
ried nway nil landmarks hiiiI Ihuiuu
arles. nnd some scientific means ol sei
tllni: the. disputes Incidental I herein
nHd to lie devised; heme surveylifti
tbe iiniloilhled fouiitalnhetid of renin
etry. tleomeiry Is snld in have lieen
Introduced into tireece by the ptiiio-i
pber Thn lea about the year <��si k I;
The science was cultivated tit I'vttitiu
utas. throiirh whoiu It was made p"p
ular In iireis-e. from which nmiiirt
it spread over the theu miuuti  world
-New  Vork American.
UOARD   OF   TRADE���NKW    WEST
minster Hoard ol Trade meets In tht
board  room,  t-'lty  Hull,  as  follows
Tlilrd  Ki-lduy   of each   month;   quarterly  IllMtlllK on Iho  ('..Int   Frill., y   ol
February.  May.  Annum  nuii   Novum
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Hot dish from the dlnlnc table thrust
���1 shovel Into hot fire until It has rei^-li
���st White beat, and then Until It oiei
the stains us near ns possible without
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Irving Would Havt to Huttle
When Henry Irvnm was muKiur 0*
of his last tours of tlie rutlflll'V n-
round Himself wilh un ppeu date 11.
Mbdilrati Ills ma 1111 rer wired thr
11111 mi rer or n small opera house in ������
neiirby place, usking lr be could use
Irnur un tbe nlrlit In question The
followlur inessut'e enme tiack:
"What does Irvini; do?"
The iniimirer used up much e��|ieii
slve space on lhe wire explaining llie
leadlnr points about Irvlnu nud fin
ills latins recelvisl ihe follotvlnt: repn-
"Olnunt use Irvlm- In this totin un
Ms Irviuu can parade "-.liidre
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'he temple ol lenrtiinc one murmur ri.
read  oh   lhe  tiliu-i,board.  "(Mil   leacll'ei
is a donkev "
The pupils pxpected there would tie ��
cyclone, hut the piuiosnphlc fiediiroL'n.
.-onreiited himseir wltbuddlnr ine Wuri
"driver"   and   o|iened   the   school   a*
usual.
Afraid of Him?
"Von are not iifrnld of me. nre vou���'
yelled the lawyer nt the tt-ltiiess vm.
lllld la-en seined spcechlos t��y Ill-
cross pxamlmifioii
'^ O. no.-- muttered the witness Hie
the lawyer had saved tne |niiiif 111 lie
record -lireen Him.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PACM msWMN.
e<����<^^^eee��M<>��������*��i����V4'l^
HI
!: Her Aged Lover
| 1 Correspondence Tbat Broughl
I      Aboul a Change ol Heart,
By GWENDOLIN TURNLEE
-My dear young lady," said Mr.
reckbam. attorney at law, to Miss Louise loi mond. supposed heiress, whose
estate he wss munaglng. "I aee but
one way out of the tangle. Unless
>oii are prepared lo do aa I augKexi I
leur your pro|H-rty wlll pau Into Lbe
iiiiiKla ut John I'sddot a."
"\tint pliin is"���
"Slurry mm." '   "**'  '
"till, heavens.*"
The girl mu thinking wltb a din
treswd iouk on i^r fai-a Finally she
anked. "Why nre you ho mire thui lie
wlll hci ept ihiM-thiit iiiihuiiowi-d plan
of nettling tbe ��uu'r"
... ."HecHHNe lie propoHed ll to me hi our i
last ineeiliig."
"Why. lie hna never neen me."
i "True, bin he lm* lendicl from me
���thai   you   iue  n  >ery   i-iever.'u   very
H-oiiiely mul altogether uttnirtlve v��iing
lady."
Mix* Ijimond whs too ul.s.,rlii-i| In
the iinitter ul iIimi-ihihIiiii even |o ihunk
tlle K|i.iiker tor llie fptltjilltllfUU She
tnlil Iiiiii (lint Hhe would take ii week
1�� tlmiK the iniiller over It nl the
���emi ol Hun time xhe derided lo liHik
liivonitiiv on iiik shttgesaiin niie would
notliy iiiiii umi Mr \*tiAl\ot\ i-ould
Hien o)��ell lbe irrewfciinie llegolliiaoiia
Mie upenl  lhe ��ev��n (liivs In nil HKimy
���rn  vijdf llu turn, tiK-ti look seven dn'ya
mote loi tiirtlier i-ulisiileliitlon At
tlle eilil ol III.- sim oiiil week Hite iviih ho '
Worn with niilei isioii Umi she s|miii h
vmti lo ikv-tile whi-lliei she wouiil lose
a fortune or (limine it wun mi iitnil
trintive elileily mnu tlirown in. Tlw
4-irtll inriiHil up tm ttie iiuirniice. Mlss
l.lllliiiinl tit iln.-e llltorilieil Ml I'eik
ll.-llil ul  Her ilet'lNlnii.
iVlllini it lew iliiyn mine h tor llllll
lellei lrom Mr I'iuIiIim k Miitlnji Hint
he (eirreltiil Unit lie ami Miss l.:iii.ouit
llllll liei-iiiiie ������llliiimleil ll* the meslies
<'t lhe iiiw mul lie wns re��i|> . |.. iln
.-III villi 111; lo 111 rive ill 11 settlement
lie Hill mil teei lil.lt li Willi III Ite Jus)
In those who wouiil route nllet Inm In
siirieinier mil |i:irt oi 11 |iro|iert> Unit
tlle law wouiil une htm II Miss |.h
1110111I iiuilil  bring herselt   In i.nite   in-
iwn estaies in marrying h uuiii *���
miirli outer thu 11 tiernell ami wiih m.
|irelelitlons IO |iersiiriHl ilttnutli eness
Ins sun Upline! her estate WHIIIll lie
witlulraivn   ami   he   wounl iln  In*   1..-1
10 nitrite lier an atiei-tiunaie lluslMIMl
Women   iln   imt   always   .uniik   rrom 1
nmrrvuiB men ..Mi-i Ui.n *tStsss*P*s*tam
snni'iv iH-i-mise ot ihe din-i-n .- n<
IlUe A hope mine In Mlss I.iiiii.hhi
IIimI there lllllMll lien IKWHlllllHv ol llel
InsoiiiliiU alliu-hisl lo llie man **lta*
whs mietidliiK lo marry, mid ihw n.i|w
infill* ii- mi her ri-|iiy. She wrote Mi
I'lKlilis k Unit even lo save 11 tortiiiie
she iiuilil not i'on��eii| to marrv a man
wlio would lie repulsive lo hei Mie
whs imioraul nt notb hi* iippearnm ������
anil i-luirHiter She |iro|M>��<*1 lhe unit
let   lie   limulled   With  delllietlllloli   in  01
del umi they might urailuain draw
nut h knowieilce ot eiii-b other: then It
lhe) *i"i- uilililiill.V |Uea.-e<l ot Ml o-msi
n��rt ouiliuillj dlspleHsetl. Iliej .mint
i-Hrri mil ine itiHti-iinoiihii plan nl slop
ping ililgMtHin. Hoih ihe matiei 01
bei lettel and the delicacy Willi whl��-b
11 wan rtjiiTKwrt wen* can-mated in
win the res|ie<l and adinlratioii of mo
gniNl ciuiii .
l'he reply lo thla letter whli-h "Hi:
gesttsi only s general method ano
gave IW t**|ieeiai plaii ol ntia-edure
eaused Ml"-* I.Hiiionii great ���aitxlac
tton it waa Mil or nymiwiin. re
grelleO attain the iiei-eaally Inl ner
making a uiarriiist* ol iiiiiveiuem-e
and the writer otfered In do ami mint
Hi his |Hiwet 10 mnke it hs nine ill*
iHstetm 10 her a*"|NM��lhl* He ������
gesled Hint llie cmirtahlp lie tiet'llli llj
rorres|Mindeiire I'ohhIIiIt h> "its
ineal.s he tiiluhl uliow Mis* Liillinuil
vvh.-|i uiniiner. ot tuan lie whs. jind tl
his UloliishlH. hi* ItllpllH''*. his itiliel
lliitiite   were   not   (llailgreeillile   10   hei
,111  mu mm sbe might he tHviiralii*
|ire.ll-|Miswl to blm III Ihe t1et.ll      there
��us 11.ii 11  wi>rd ��* 10 sny dmiM* ***
111* inirl   Hull  *he Wnllld   lie Hgiveulile
Ur'lillli
liiuti   rhe   iieiniuilnu   ot   Ihe   mire
spu'iiiliuue    Mis*    Ijiliiotirt    lietran   "In
tifnw   otl  llie (i-iMiliMoii  ***** hart c*\ts
eiveri lm siuli'ii iiiarrlitue    She won
len-il  110W ti tuan ot. John  I'adrtV*'*
L ge  es|��s-u>II.T one whom She liaO lieen
|,ili,pos.i| ui eonslder a akliitllnl. iiiirld
wm   down In lu��  nature, lmve sii.h
i.dllilnihle   elllOllotl*      "When   I   tlllllk
t   111)    uii|>erfe<-tloa��."   he   wrote.   "I
j.|e>|.air nl ever Winning the heiirt nf
so estluuihle a ynuiig ind>. and I ran
out he loiiient wilh a mere unliiti ot
ipeicsis I'dsslhly tbe world ami I
nuii hnve exaggerated my dl*Hirree
*lile traits, ul mil) lint S liettet nature
���11 me mire lus-n warped hv Hull lull-
l.e with the world whii-n everv man
won   ��iuie.iis  espis-wiiy   111  nutating
.nti 11 tonnne .nniat tlantf"
I ins exnise inm the man nmde fm
hiinsiii muieaiefl strongly to Ml** I .a
. imrtiil llei fiithei had mnde a fortune,
anu she hud orten tiennl hlm *ny tha*.
Ule work wn�� rrlirlf.rlllg In' ltW^ 1,11,
stlin Is nl a L'eiitlPiiiHii She repllei'
Ihai she niidersliNid how a mutt mluh'
il|ipeni in llie world lllld even nmiseif
lu lie sp.iinsi hv this Htrilggle Avltr
tbnse who Were eiideiivnriim to In-m
mm nut 1 hill Mr I'liddiMk hud -Imwr
p.llllll) Hull III" true ehiirin-ief nm'
entlie tliroiivh llie eonl��*��t i|lis.<|i|hist
Ml��>  IJSllwilO WiS beglhliliig ei eu to
excuse ber aged correspondent ror having beaten her st every point lu the le*
gal struggle they had had. Sbe admired blm tbut be had tbe ability to
do so. She ceased to consider hlm ua
ber adversary, but the adversary uf
the lawyer who luauuged ber affairs.
Sbe began to treat Mr, Ferkham wltb
some coolness, a feeling inking possession of her that ahe would rather rely
on Mr. Fuddock'a judgment and execii
tive ability than un Mr. Feckham'a
Hud abe possessed the service* of such
a mnn as (be former dou biles* ber af
faint would not huve got Into such a
distressing condition.
Tbe correspondence bud rnmilted wi
favorably that SH*** l.iiumnd hegan lo
think of a meeting between herself and
her correspondent She tried to think
of meeting a repulsive uld man. but
pictured an elderly gentleman who
greeted her with a kindly smile.
Thinking he might not consider thai
their correspondence tuif siilllclently
prepared ber for ibe meeting, ahe determined to Inform hlm thiil ao favor-
able had been the Impression created
thut sbe waa now positively desirous
of aeelng bim. |
A reply came to thlg thai he'was now
suffering from an Indisposition, put
that aa soon a* he waa In a cnudltlon
to gu out he would call upon Mlaa-Ln-
mond, but with great trepidation lest
upon aeelng blm ahe would not lie able
lo eonttrm her pan ot the contract foi
whicli ihey had liwn preparing.
So great was the change in Mlss l,a
monds sentiments from what they had
been when Mr I'eckhnm aiinouiued
Ibe uiiitriliioiiiai piu,n Hull she was eh
allied 10 write htm a letter In which
she expressid considerable solicitude
for hla health and begged that he
would kepp her advised ul hia condi
tlon. She wrote Una lei ter In the even
tug and in the morning whs preparitm
to carry It lo the post when. Inking up
llie dully pupci. she glanced tirst over I
tlie advertisements ot special sales,
then fill! llel eye down the death "lllld
marriage columns     She started
Me<t-i'Biliinrk, Innn. nl lil�� re��M*ncp
h.'lei h piiiliHi leii illness KrleicU will
Kluilly oinil  How-els     Fum-nii prtvaTa
Ills* l..-iin.inil could not lielleve her
eyes; bul. Iiiinlni. ihem tu a column
ol obltuari Ulittcea, she rend tliat .loliu
I'adilock was llie wenllh) maiitaciuier
wlio bad made a large furtinie l'he
notice wns >en short, mid 110 euciuui
nibs were pnsseil upon Ule de��easis|
Slie reiiiatkeii especially Ihai ue lunl
bii'll heiplesn lol aeverill Weeks lie-
lore Ills ilea III.
Ili-re was 11 -mystery. She nud lieee
receiving  tellers  ��v||n view  lo 11  iiiatrt
iiinmai arrangement trom a mnu wim
was not nine lu write���III fnct. wns dy
UIU Had she md received one troiii
lilm lhe evening 1* fnre ftlllloiinl'lilii au
"bidlspnsltioiiV" I'liere was Ktiiuetliuiu
un 11 nin iilNiut Hie uiatter 11 male
hei tlcsh cris-p ItlWhlllil to Hie lele
I'liuie, she called up the ottlce nt I'eik
ham. lultle A Hill, uiliiriieys. Mr
I'.skba 111 win* out ot town, nml nu our
mama* ,<t llie nin. knew nuylliliia hIhhiI
lhe t.aniond estate m liuslne**
Miss I.111110111I could tliluk nf no ixher
way nr Ifettlim iiilormatloii as In tlie
mystery nnd wa* obliged to wniL Ttie
dHy   after   Ule   tuueml   alie  ie<-elveil   a
��� all frtiui a mail nu wlawe mnl was
the name uf John Fiuldock I raver
She looked at tt wi.iideiini.-iy: then,
���iilehlng an Idea thai the 111) sl ery ut
Her ai;ed lover wh* nOoiil lo Im* sol veil
she Hurried iluu nsialr*.
A looiu! maii waa stnndbm In Ihe
drnwlim riMiiu who nilvaii*-ed inward
net with n ver) xiiiiruhir ex|ire*slon mi
HIS lace It was miiiiseineiii uilui!l*sl
wilh eiulatrnixMiiieul Mint a uiige ul
guilt
-Mi** i.ntiH.nd. 1 twiw>��yy"
"I am "
"I have mine In enllcllleii vn�� upon
a lustier which I laiiry ym mav wish
tu hear explained lim know of the
���lealh ut  John  Fa.block.  I  siip|s>se-
"I du "
Che young man Innked hard al S
���-hair, and Mi��s l.niiioud mchanically
naked  Inm In la* sen led
Al)   uncle. .Mr   Fadilm k.  whi*e aei-
relnrv   ami   11111I1   of   all   work   I   hav*
Usui,  sitiue I nue nan lout uie Hint  he
anil viuir  nitorilev.  Mt   I'e. k tin in   hail
arniimeil a  luarrinire laiweea  hllnsi-ll
hikI vmi lni lhe purpose ol ��-ltllug'mil
ill   eiitirt   Hie suit   l.clweiMi  lhe I wo ���-
lute*      Melnu  Hn oul   UUIII  not   Itlleit  In
...udil.-l a .ourtsiup wuu a WillU��  ****���
uuiii. hc'desireil uie III w rbe OUI Hi h^
name     I i-onllnmil in cotnlucl bur mr  j
revpiindelice.    writing   Ihe   letter*   mil |
iiscimsI trom hlm and iiitoruuuu liiui '
���it- lhe (irourew* "I   bi* suit   tm   mm I
Illlllll   till   a   tew   Weeks   llgo,   when   he j
sunk sn tow  in hea 1 ttl mai im. H*��ndl< )
mailers mleresieo 'iltn " j
Ml      I raver   paused,   and   Mis*   l.a
mond  if iiui'iil to stare at hlm     I'rea
.-,011) lie coin tinted:
-I mu ui) uin'ie'�� ��nie ^e|r. aufl 1
���nive .-ome in (cli jwn thai the ��uit
a gill nai vou WHI'he dro|ip-d the will
wa�� npemsl mil) I Ills iiioriillui.. nud nl
me earilesi possible moment I wih
iioet vi.111 aiim-tiey Air Feckhatti win-
�� view In eiiiiiiuu *u 1111 arrangement
llllll   Will  leuve  vou  III  the full  posses
��� mu ul voiii liiheritaiice "
Mi    Travel paused again     Miss  I.n
in..lid cmitlnued net alare, hut present
it   ihe corners ol  hei   moiilh  Im-i.iii  Hi
���ptirk up and bet whole fiee broke nil.-
a sinue  . ,
Alien Mt rerkhiiin rviiirued be
������adfll un III* ellaul , antl sa��U "I he
matfet wa* a 'pill up H>b |ielweeti Mr
Ftutdis* ami liiyVit tt' knew that
he iiaTbui a shurl time |o live Hild nud
inaile ills nephew hi* heir. Ill* and
youi .-inle aie in*xtricBhlT mingled
lie and I mruMil a jilan to hrttig aiHiui
a iiutrrmiie iK*tweeti ynu and lohn (rn
vet Son are io marry the nephew in
��t��id "i the uiu-h' "
"Hut tin* .Mr   Iraver    What"-
������III, be ean 'rtke rare nt thai hlm
��eit Hell d.mill lesa apeak tu you at
an eari) date '
lle did apeak and was accepted.
TALE OF A ROYAL RELIC.
Window Panaa Unon Which Hsnry of
Navarre Had Net Written.
Mr*  Andrew l.mig, writing In Itbick-
1 wood's, tell* uf a Frenchman In whose
I chateau was a window uu wbicb Henry
IV. bad once scratched ibe inscription:
��� Dleii garde de mul ma mie; Ce 22 Aa
Septeml.ie. I.Vsil.-Henry."   lhe Inscription h lien M   Knd'ei Ural saw It was In
two line* ut lug. clumsy tellers.   '1 wo
years later, being again In the neighborhood,    he   revisited    ihe   chateau,
��� when, be wa* astonished  10 liud that
the inscription wa* now in three lines,
wilh ihe tetter* much more nearly mil-
form    After some effort he gi4 bold of
, the aerreL   For forty yeura the Inscrlp.
I lion   on   tbe   window   had   been   the
' guide* pride aud pleasure till. In une
I fatal   moment   of   Inattention   on   Ids
1 part, an Kngllshnian bad cut the pane
of glnsa out of lta setting end walked
away with it tn lit* pocket.
Tbe poor guide hurried to tell bis
master what had befallen hlm The
owner ot the chateau assured him that
tho accident waa of np consequence
and couid siam la* put right. And so It
wnsl A piece nf gbisa of the same ton*
ns the oiher pane* waa procured snd
fastened lightly in Ita place Tbe guide
received orders to turn his back sn, hs
to allow visitors to read ibe Inscription���or. II they wished, tu steal It
Kut it wa* necessary for the man to
perceive tn Hie m.-R of time what waa
gulng on mid only consent to shut tils
eyes on Hie receipt of a handsome ftp
It Ilk amount tlxed beforehand, two-
tbirda uf which was 10 gu to tils Waaler.
CITY
Local
OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE.
Strenuous Carter of William Walker,
tha Not ee Filibuster.
William Waikei tbe noted filibuster
and soidiei of fortune, wu* burn in
Nashville. Tenn., 0.1 May 8, 1S1M. Kor
a lime he was an editor In New Orleans and In IN.~ii> went to California.
In the summer of 1853 he organized
nn expedition tot ibe conquest ot the
Mlxlciin state ot s-nora. He captured
several small towns; but. bis provisions
und aniuiuiiillun running short, he
crossed the tionler Into the (.'nlted
States and surrendered tu the govern
ment official* lie was tried hi San
Francisco tor nulntlbg tbe neutrality
laws, hut waa actpiilled
Walker's next ve iture was an Itiva.-
alon ot Nicaragua where he was fin a
time successful nud bad himself pru
claimed president .Latei tie whs driven
from the' couiitri I��ile in IS.V- he
started with b tune of adventurers tor
Honduras, imt ��� shipwreck mused a
suspension nt th*- ��� tpedllton
III .illbe. INK) tn- made n spcutid attempt und ciiptuiM.i the In Wll ot Irux
Iltn. but was ci>m|u->ied |u n*-e and -ub
-.��-1 rn-1111 v siirieiu|.-red 10 ine cnptnin
ol the Itrttish si.��i| ul war (warns nv
win.in tie wh* Uiiiiii.Kl ovei to Hie 11,.11
U.ir,.n icovt-riiuielil He will* *-��iii.u-iin,.Jft
I.v ts��*irl mtinlMi mul on s**-|*t- 1-2. im'AI.
��ns sii.x 10 de nib nt Trustliu.
Improvement Notice���Improvement of Nanaimo Street.
The Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster, having by reso
lution determined and specified that
it is desirable to carry out the following works, that is to say:
Purchasing certain properties where
necessary In order that Nanaimo
Street may be straightened to a uniform width of 60 feet between llth
and 12 th Streeta,
And that said works be carried out
in accordance with the provisions of
the "Local Improvement General Bylaw, 1912."
And the City Engineer and City
Assessor bavlng reported to the
Council in acordanee with the provisions of the said bylaw upSn the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real'
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said report of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by tbe Council.
Notice Is hereby given that the said
report ls open for inspection at the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia Street, New Westminster,
B. C, and that unless a petition
against the proposed work above mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners of the land or real property to
be assessed or charged in respect of
such works representing at least one-
half in value thereof is presented to
the Council within flfteen days from
the date of the flrst publication of
this notice the Counc!! will proceed
with the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as, to
:he payment of the cost of such improvements as the Couucil may by
bylaw In that behalf regulate and de- j
termine and also to make the said assessment.
Dated this 23rd day of July, 1912.
J. B. RUSHTON,
Acting City Cierk.
Datfi of first   publication   24th   July,
1912.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving" a greasy
film behind it;GQLD DUST digs deep after^erms
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine);GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good., honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-      \ i /
portions to cleanse ^^Sjji^fe
easily, vigorously, J^^fiiLj^^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
first  R��co>-d*d Y��cht  Rae*.
A    ran-   Hros��    tne    Atliuitn-   <wmn
wiDiltl tinv*> -wi'int"! a wlltl riiiiniiK-e tu
King riutrie* II   �� hen hi* ti>��k h t**ttA
iiik   purl  In  the   tlrM   record**!   >ii.-ht
rm-v     **|   Knlied   tnis  morning."   says
KvHlyn ��n Ort  I. HWI. "wilh Ins umi
nuty in one ut ills yai-tit*. or pleasure
Ooitt.t. veweiw nol known mm.tin un till
tht-   Jiiitrli   Kant   India   mitiiMiiy   pre
eetiteil  thut . iirliim plefv lo the Mnu
Ih'Iiii; r**ry excellent HallltlK <essei~    It
wh* "ii a waver between hia othei new
pleai��in>   iMwt.   Miilt   frigate-like.' ami
une of the I Hike lit  York's, llie wager.
fits'.    Hie   race   from   tjreeinvn-ii   tu
��� JrareHenil and ha'-k.    The kiiiK i.i��i it
Kuiim,   the   wltut   iieing  mtitrary.   lm'
aaveil Mtakra In tvtnrnlnn .There wer.-
ill vers    nolile   |��ersoiis   ami    hints   nn
tHmnl   hi* majesty sonietliuen atet-nujt
himself.'���
Old Psrr** Poaaibl* Ago-
(In* ol Uie iiisi i^tvIchh 1 N*iii> l<tanlev
did   for   MetdmltiMpr   abbey   ���������   i.
illllse tUe Hllllost VITai-ed lllscti|lt|o|i
ovei tlle i-eleliriifed OM IttlTs ttrare tu
tie rvi-ui It I* an tuliow*: '"^rhrt l*��r>
ut ve founty ot Salop Huftw U* All
UMI He iivi-u in ye reiuns ol leu
I'rillces >-|z. K Kdw. 4. K ��� K��lw ."�� I\
Itl. n 3 h Hen i. K. Hen ��v K KO*
�� g Sin, y KHz.. Ku. Jin !H. lv
t'nnries Aued IttU .yellre^ Mint *M.-
Uni-itsi Here NuVRinb. Xb. I����i"
The "Old I'oiimess Of I ���e-.ii.rtiid - #ho'
is Miid to nave died st m>- nue n i -mi "
iK.tneiiiioiied <��> Lord Mu.-on An-ntiislr*
i.|. I'siiet ana Sir Wiiiiinu leinim.   Hie
nrst HNslireh lis lli.it Ms||e did dellllUe
irvnew het tectlii twice ot thrtce >-��st
iiik iiei oid tpeih. and others i-oiuiui; in
i lieu |ilac��.'V London Cimi-lilc
Tha Way Spaniard* Smok*.
I he SOanianl* nre tbe moat 'export
niioKerw iu ttie world. A native takes
ii heavy puli at Ills i-lgareite. Innnie*
tlle snmke. tnke* up S wine skin ul bottle. |niiu> bail a pint down nis inmnt,
hoidiiiK the vessel a toot from ma
month nth..in still ling a drop, unit
lhen iviiti a sith nf satlsfm-tloti, N..-...��
nts eye* and eihuiea the smoke Ir.mi
tils nose nnd montli In ciotiils He win
niMi uillille tlm smoke, conveoie, for *
lew mmiitei. in a natural utaliiMrt slid
Mien u��jW uui the smoke
A a ���'���Sin MoitM.it.
"Ten." said Hm marneo man- niMltfa-
' lively, "wtien you sew ��� woman iiiiiiu-
inu out a line ot clothe* and the .tua
slip* and tet* the niewned tot down in
the mud, itint, mv noy. ts tbe |wy.-in>-
niBii-ni moment iii wuu-b to htav�� tt��8
woinau moiia."
r^r&w***i} m-t."-
^*!^M
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
BAKER'S COGOA
and CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada.     Made   by   a   perfect   mechanical
process,  tVtey   are   \it\ec*viatlecL   tor   delicacy   o��
flavor and ibod vaVue.
Mills at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of Ate
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER. MASS.
Canadian Milb at 1000 ALBERT STREET,  MONTREAL
The Dessert That's	
The Country By Storm
, We are almost overwhelmed with the
tremendous demand for Mooney's Sugar
Wafers.
Thousands of families from coast to
coast are enjoying: them in place of pastry
and cake. There's a reason for this Sugar
Wafer hunger. (Jet a package today
and note how crisp and dainty the crusts
are���how delicious the sweat cream
centers.
You never have tasted such a delight-
ful, satisfying confection as
Mooney's Sugar Wafers
"Mir DesSt-r.t   I h.t. ].-���  A
So it Waa.
MinrtKirtite ��� lour wlfa wiyn Jea
j.-mi.ti.-u uei t).v tn�� throat Thimhio
rn-mier i hti<1ce. dot voe ohooel ���
ht-a.a i-nuk��.-i'biinaeipnia ftwwrt.
Whenever a toothsome dainty is wanted���at luncheon, dinner, tea���or at your
next party���serve Mooney's Sugar Wafers
the finest bakeiy in Canada. You can be
sure they are pure. You can easily get
them from your grocer in 10 and 25 cent
with fruits, ices, sherbets, tea, coffee or   dainty, dust'arid Samp-proof tins,
cool drinks. ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in
Put Moonty'a ��ugar Wafers on your ,  '
  shopping list NOW. IHI' ���
The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Co., Ltd.
aa^/*************a* imftfiiWtitWmsu i
���   .
ho* neat
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 191?,
us roRjir
Oil STOVES
We have them all sizes
and at all'prices, from
SJi $10.00
��� SPECTACULAR   RUNAWAY
City News
BETTER ACCOMMODATION
Cteed   Makes  Second Dash  Through
S'.reets���Hairbreadth Shaves.        I
Residents    cn    the    city    end    of |
;=4: Tenth  street  ware  witnesses  of  an
1. 2 ��r 3 Burners
.life
SOLO BY
Anderson & Lusby
Sale Now On
During July large reductions In ladles' and m?n? sutts. of best  good
(all this season'*)- Me bein* offered
This Is a chalkoe* not had every day.
Call and see them at
GALVIN
THE TAILOR
46   Lorne  Street.   New   Westminster.
Ti1
iiPl
a: they-
J GO!
YOU CAN GET BID OF ALL THAT
FRET AND.WORRY THAT IS EAT
ING YOUR HEART OUT 13Y TAKING OUT A LIFE AND ACCIDENT
POLICY. IT IS THE BEST INVESTMENT ANY MAJN CAN MAKE FOR
HIS FAMILY "AGAINST THE DAY
OF TROUBLE. COME IN AND
TALK IT OVER WITH ME.
Alfred W. McLeod
Columbia St.,
Phone   62.   r       *\New   Westminster
657
CATTLE WASH to keep off flies.
INSECT POWDER.
MOTH BALLS A&D BAGS.
MOSQUITO   OIL   to   keep   off   Mosquitoes.
LIME JUICE.
��� ���  < ���    i
LEMONADE LIQUID \XD POWDER.
DISINFECTANTS.
SUNBURN  LOTIONS.
WATER     WLNGS    AND    BATHING
CAPS.
KODAKo AND 8WpAe8, ETC.
I
Curtis Drug Store
For -    	
PHO'tif)', Gcft$
SPECTACLES*
SEEDS -������������.	
Phon* 41: '.^0*1 7t:  Res. 72.
New   Wfesttoffi'stai!,   B   C.
Bathing Caps,
Waterwings,
ani all Seaside
Requisites at
MUM'S DRUG STORE
Four doors Fast of Bank of
.Montreal,
New  Westminster,  8. (',.
The telephones of the Westminster
Daily News now are:
Editorial Office '. ��� 991
Business Office  '..'. .999
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
Reeve Sullivan, of Surrey, was In
the city yesterday on business.
The regular monthly meeting of the
school board will he held tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock.
Mr. George Alderson ls cutting a
fleld of oats on his ranch, North road.
The grain is quite ripe.
Mr. J. C. Kennedy, crown prosecutor in Vancouver police courts, was in
the city yesterday morning.
Rye bread���like vour mother use'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Gerry aud sister,
Miss Louise Gerry, of Kamloops, are
visiting Mr, R. H. Corbetl, 625 Twelfth
street.
Mr J. H. McNIece, Port Moody,
was In the city yesterday and subsequently left for Victoria on a business
trip of several daya.
City employees In the electric lighting department will rejoice iu a
slight rise ot wages in consequence
of the council adopting the same
schedule aB that ln use by the B. C.
E. It. company.
The Columbia Piano and Music
House 522 Columbia street, is headquarters for Victor Gi ainaphoaes ant
Records.
Mrs. G. A. Allen and family and
MIbs J. Fraser, who have been spend
ing the summer at Boundary Buy, re
.uined to tlie city  yesterday.
Lot 8, on Third avenue bctwefii
First and Second avenue, belongs
to the estate ol tlie lute H. 0. Hrown
was sold th�� other day for $6000 to
Dr. Drew, wlio already owns the pro
yerty adjoining.
At the next meeting cf the c'.ty
council it la anticipated that a change
may bo made in connection with the
operation of the Lulu island bridge.
This may include the employment of
additional help and shorter hours for
those concerned.
James Edwards, believed to be p
cnigiu of the road, suffered a painful
accident at the C. P. Ii. yards yesterday afternoon wben his heel was
orushed beneath the wheel of a pass-
ng freight. The injured man is be-
'ng treated at the Royp.l Columbian
hospital.
High grade, medium price    anl al
grades   of  llanos  mid  player   pianos
iow   v>vloe*. ��a��y   paymenva  at tlie Co
iumY,\i\   Piano  nnd   MuMc   >loii.��,     62V
Columbia street. **
lit: W. H. Gray. Vho was Uie pr\n
-A^u.1 of Iho Qvu-enaboroush school
last yc-nr. lias been appointed chief of
the Sapperton school stati lo lill the
vacancy caused by the resignation of
Mr. ll.  Ii. McKenzie, who has been
ono'nted inspector of public schoo.s
for the province.
Local druggists attending the fifth
annual convention of the B. C. Pharmaceutical society now in session In
Vancouver are: Frank J. MacKenzie.
M.P.P.. C. S. Davies, D. S. Curtis and
T. A. Muir. Mr. H. iRyall intends to
attend "the morning session of the
convention today.
Mr. Horace Dorer, for the past few
months manager of the Calgary
branch of the tirm of W. J. Kerr, Ltd..
is leaving in a few days for ,the
roast where he will reside. Mr.
George J. McCarthy, of the Westminster staff of salesmen, Jeaves for Calgary today to take chin-ge of that
branch.
See THE. WESTMINSTER GAR
AGE for the best motor delivery truck
in the market today. Our demonstrat
ing truck in use at the Westminster
brewery. Call for full particulars or
drop us a card. WESTMINSTER
OARAGE.    Phone 1.354. �����
Charged with practicing veterinary
surgery and medicine without a
license Mr, Richard Cothunt was arraigned in Ihe police court yesterday
morning on information laid by the
Urilisli Columbia Veterinary association. The case vas adjourned for a
Week at the request pf Mr. .1. ('. Ken-
'1'ily, \, Iur appeared for tlu- prosecu-
tion.
Not how cheap, imt. how rood. Meai
the great citiei.cring Hros.' player-
llanos at tlie Columbia Piano House,
ipposlld City I all. Made and guar-
mteed by ihe onl.v living ChlckuiingB
making i lanos, truly the wonder ol
ihe age. W'e have other piano players
is low as $4GU in price. ������
When the finance committee meets
pn Friday the request of thu Trades
and I abor council as submitted at the
city council meeting on Monday night
will be presented for consideration.
The communication from the Trades
and Labor council embodied a recommendation that the civic authorities
siiould not consider the proposal to
make a grant to the local Y. M. C. A.
to caver filter and light expenses.
WORK ON TWELFTH STREET
IS PROCEEDING RAPIDLY
exciting runaway yesterday morning
in which a horso attached to a rig and
owned by the White bakery played a
leading role. The horse was stand.n.-?
at the corner, cf Fifth avenue and
Tenth street, with the driver a few
yards away attending to some customers, when It became alarmed at a
B. c;  E.  R.  Utilizes New Vancouver
Terminals for First Time.
The new depot of the B. C. E. It. a;
Carrall street, Vancouver, was used
for passenger traffic for the first cmii
yesterday morning. While the building is not yet completed, a temporary |
ticket office ha3 been erected and
one room, aet apart for tbe use of j
waiting passengers.
The recent addition of a double-
header car service on the Burnaby
Lake branch, and which operates on
cars.
passing auto arid bolted down Tenth Saturdays and Sundays, has been
street in the direction of the city. Ifound to cijamp the old spur on Car-
With the rig rolling and careening ran street to such an extent that the
behind the scared animal made a half company was hard pressed at times
turn to the right at Third avenue and t0 anA accommodation for all the
almost crashed the rig through the'
plate glass window of a grocery store
on the corner, and then crossing Third*
It turned* back to Tenth again, but
not in time to avoid a collision with
the fence of the fcouse at the corner
opposite the grooery. The /rig crashed through the railing, but the horse
ln some unaccountable manner became  attaohed from  the  rig,  which
SCHOOL BOARD MAKES
MUSICAL APPOINTMENT
The   appointment   of. an   official
Itlv '
PROPERTY
WANTED
I am open to buy residential lots or business
property in New Westminster. State number
of lot, block, etc., and
lowest price and terms.
FROM   OWNERS  ONLY
musical  instructor  to  cultivate    the
voices and latent musical   talent   of
.,���,������������  ���..,���   ,..,..   ������.   .........  youngsters, attending thpAClty schools,
to left battered and broken leaning  it is announced, tock pta��e-��t a meet-
""bJ the corner house, and pro-  ing ct the school board last week
cePeded af a greatly accelerated speed I     Mr. F. T. C. Wlckett. A.R.C.O., L.R.
�����    the  hill  till  It  was ldst from [CM., the appointee, being a remark-1
down  tne  nm ^ (1(NfW yolce oulturlit( and pro.
it is not known  what course the   feasor of mus'c who has served a lonx
frantic animal took after it disappear-  apprenticeship   In  teaching  music  in |
ed from sight, but it was next seen, some of tue moat foremost schools of,
attemoting to plow its way through a i England.
TOon and team owned by the Annan-1    Mr.   Wlckett   wlll   commence   ta!t<
dale  Supply  company,   and  a  short! duties at the beginning of the    fall
BOX NO. 83
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
THE    INSECT8,    ROACHES,
WATER BUGS, ANTS* ETC.
from getting a foothold In the
house by putting a good Insect
Pdwder ln places where they're
apt to thrive. '
We can supply you with an
excellent Insect Powder that la*
non-poisonous to you, but deadly to Bugs and Insects ot all
kinds.
Get your supply today at
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Block
term, making his    arrangements
suit the various teachers.
to
UNUSUAL VISITORS
Three Strangers cf Engllah Ancestry
Pay Calls In Columbia Street
Messrs. Dadds and Blane, the well
known realty brokers, were the host*
to moBt peculiar visitors at their
offices yesterday. The guests, three
in number, were of the feathered variety and ln ordinary everyday country life they are known as the brown
English sparrow.
The birds appeared to have just
left the nest, and unacquainted with
the dangers and vicissitudes of modern business life they decided to pay
a visit without invitation to the offices
of the realty firm and the fruit store
adjoining.
innocently  chirping  and Beemlngly
se   was   purchased   oy ua  ,nd!fferent t0 hllrt the 8parrows flitted
vner, but a short time ago furnishing to another.
from one office furnishing to another
and then to the banana bunches ln
the fruit store where they seemed to
be under the impression that they
were languishing tn a tropical garden.
It was not until they had been re-
mc ved several times that the visitors
teck their departure and no doub'
they then proceeded to enlighten the
lives cf some other victim of modern
UBIO      OUIiy./       a.**���* �� ���      - ,
time later it was captured by a cop.
Safe In the arms of the law in the
shape of a burly policeman, the runaway was escorted to a livery stable
where it was destined to languish for
a few days until it recovered from
its attack ot aeroplanitis.
Fortunately no person happened to
get in the way of the horse during
ts mad race and a slight scratch on
the nose was all that marked the
animal.
One of the horses of the team at-
-ached to tlie Annandale rig also received seme scratches, but no serious damage was done.
Yesterday was not the first time the
horse ran away as only a few weeks
ago when it became scared in a similar manner it dashed off and capsized
tself the driver and rig. Fortunately th'e driver and horse escaped un-
I'ljured, but the vehicle again suffered somewhat.
The horse was purchased liy it .
present owner, but a short tl
from a man in Cloverdale. "'therto
it lived upon a farm away from tne
maddening chug-chug of the motor car
and this, it ls Baid, accounts for thfe
animal's marked dislike to the horseless vehicles.
CITY IN DARKNESS
Misha? at Lalie.Buntzen the Cause- I prosperity.
Car Service Deranned.
New Westminster was in darkne3i,
last   night   for   a   few   minutes    andj
hose   who   beast of  eas  connection* j
-ere congratulating themselves upon j
���he   fact,   it   appears   that   BOme! on the BanJD,  Zither  Banjo,
X3��? 2T$S��BuntX ���iShP��*$ 1 Mandolin, Mandola,   Mando
���ew ml��nt<��9 tWrew t*\* whole ��v��ti>yp
on the lower -mainland out ot coitt-
mission.
Tlie lights weut oif In the c'ty abou!
io o'clock, but after a few minr.tes of
��� nkv blackness the juice -vas running
again to its    full    capacity.    Not no
however.   In   Vancouver,   where   the
street  car  service   w?s  held   in   tf~ ��� .
thirty minutes unt'l the steam plants j 413 Columbia Street.
could be got into full operation. ^���^	
The Interurban    service    was   d!s- j
orgonlyad for a t'me which resulted |_    _T ,
in the bunching of the late cars from   1     Have    JUSt     Received
Vancouver to this c.'tv.
{$20,000 from the Old
Country, which I will
LOAN on Residential
The Bank of Vancouver
A general banking business transacted, drafts and letters of credit
sold payable In all parts of the world. Savings bank department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
������������ "��� tm*ssmsmBsM*******m***asmaMa*****m*s**mmmim i������������m������mumia     n  spnwi��� �����������������oaassxwam<���atarn
New Wc stminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streets
D. D. WILSON, Manager.
'
Builders
Contractors
Let us figure with you on
your lumber requirements. We
carry a complete stock of lumber, and lumber products at our
Sapperton yard.
BRITISH CANADIAN LUMBER CO., LTD
TELEPHONE 904.
Mills al Vancouver, New Westminster and  Crescent Valley,  B.  C
Cello and Guitar.
!"Dick" j. Lawrence
Leave instruments for tuning or repairing at J. H. Todd's Music House,
Tel. 694.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
WEDDING BELLS
The marriage   of   Miss   Katherine,
Cookson and Mr.  Peter I.ovelady, of!
this city, was celebrated on  Mondiv
morning,  the    Rev.   Father    O'Boyle
officiating. | Pi-nnprtv
The bride's costume consisted of aj* iW|*v��lj��
white silk gown and grey picture hat. j _".:   __ 7- - ���   ,
Miss    Mary   G <���- n-y   acted    in   the J*  G.   IVtcRAE
capacity of  otides.naid     The  groom ��� Rocm 3 D        t B;k   C.3Q Columbia s;.
was supporte.l ��,/ Sir. Manaham. |
FOR VANCOUVER.
iVla Central Park) at 6 and 6:45
a.m. and every ir> minute* thereafter
until 9 p.m., with half hourly aervlce
until lt p.m., last car at 1^ midnight.
Sundays���at tl. 7, 7:30. �� and 8:3U
a.m., regular service thereafter.
(Via liurnaby) nt 5:45. G:<5 and 8
a.m., with hourly service until 10 p.m.
and late car at 11:30 p.m. Sundays���
First car at S a.m.
(Via North Arm and Eburne) at 7
a.m., witli hourly service until 11 p.m.
Sundays���Fiist car at 8 a.m., regular
service thereafter.
FRASER VALLEY LINE.
For Chilliwack and  way points at
.9:30   a.m..   1:20  and   6:10  p.m.    For
Huntingdon and way points 4:05 p.m.
WEEK END ,
EXCURSION.
Reduced rates are ofTered
o\er the Fraser Valley line
for week end trips covering
all points on the division.
Tickets for these special excursions are on sale Saturday and Sunday, good to return on Monday.
MAKE   VOUR   PLANS.   TO
TAKE   THIS    ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
NO BOG LAND.
FINE WATER 8UPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Has BATHING, BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
OVER  70  COTTAGES  ALREADY BUILT   IN   THIS   8UBDIV1*IOr..
We run a general store and sell at city prices.   A new four-story
hotel Just completed.
LOTS frcm $350 up, $50 CASH, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those building this season.   Our Mr. Sands has an
oniie on the propeity,
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TOWN8ITE AGENTS.
Work on the Twelfth sireet paving
| contract which lit held by the Hassam
J Having company is proceeding apace.
I The  company   is  laying the  rails :-f
the B. ('. P.. R. whk-h will be double
tracked for a short distance.
The sidewalks lire all laid on outside of the street together with tha
curbing, VesteMay the traction roller
was engaged in pulling oul the Hen of
the old tracks so that the Hams could ,
get at work lowering the grade oi tho
street.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
dence lots in good locations, and
good investments at the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terms can be arranged.
NO. 900���FOURTH STREET. 50x132
to lane. Price $775.00; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; one-third cash.
NO. 1233��� FIFTH 8TREET, TWO
lots, 50x132 each to lane. Price
$1050 each; one-third cash.
NO. 1289���PRINCESS 8TREET NEAR
Second Street; 48x132; $1,000; one-
third cash.
NO. 1195 ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
near Fourth Street, two choice lots,
cleared; $1,275 00 each; one-third
cash.
J NO. 131-3���DUBLIN STREET. NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view  lot;   cleared;   60x120  to  lane.
|     Price $1550.; one-third cash.
NO. 1288���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth avenue, 50x132; cleared and
graded;  $2,000; one-third cash.
NO. 959���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
street, 50x110; cheapest good lots in
the city. Price $500 each; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE    CORNER,    TENTH    AND
Edinburg street; cleared and ready i
to build on.    Price $3200; one-third
cash.
NO. 937���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides.
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO.     1143���WISE     ROAD,    FACING
south, 67x114 to lane;   cleared and'
ln   orchard.  Price  for  a   few  days
only, $1,100; one-third cash.
���..-ji,--'.- -ij-u-M
CUT GLASS
Before deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of Cut Glass. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00 .   ,
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
JEWELER
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
ESTABLISHED 1891.
We write Flre, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability,    Automobile
and Marine Insurance.
ELECTRIC
Irons. Cookers
and Heaters
ELECTRICAL   WIRING  A  SPECIALTY
WEBER & DAY
Phone 656 63 Sixth Street

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